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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.I OL. ar. NO. 94. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. FRIDAY FEBRUARY C). 1OO4. PRIDE lSo. t ,.,:,

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' LOCAL NEWS DESIRABLE PROPERTY in South Ti- -Mr. and Mrs Taylor, owners of the -Mrs. M. A. Clinlker and daughter, Ilrovurd County Land For Solu AMONG THE HOTELS. \l '

tusville for sale, Inquire of Mrs. Dod- Florida Ostrich Farm,Jacksonville, cam Mrs. W. S. Brannlng and Miss Chalkor, '1 S Sp

1, son, Tltusvllle, Fla. south from frozen New York In time to after a pleasant visit with !bin W. N. 13 lat
East l of SoiithcaHt } Section
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of General Interest.,
And Topics attend the automobile of Fort Pierce have returned
Ormond-Daytona IJendry, The ADVOOATK: U on file every week
-Mr. J. C. Salter, Mr. Henry M. Flag Township :m South, Range 10 East; 8acres. <
ler'a confidential secretary, after enjoy racea. to Tltuavllle.IP Fine pineapple) land, very Want tho American Club, Havana. IP ',

THE ADVOCATE, Ing the automobile races, left for Palm -Mrs. E. P. Porober, of Cocoa; and YOU ARE IN NERD OF DENTAL Ankona Station oa ludtau River Price, Whore to atop along the East Coast 1 .

}1.60 per annum, !la advance. Beach on Sunday. Mrs.. Fred F. Taylor, ot Rockledge; re work of any kind, Dr. FeIgel, the den $2nno.: See list of hotels on 4th and 7th pages ,
1.00 It six months, h turned home on Wednesday, after an enjoyable list, located-at the Collins house, TI Morrltt's Island, aunt Courtcnay for i' .
-Mr. and Mrs. B. 'P. Currier and Mis ThoAnvooATH la file all : :
at
$2.00 an. to foreign countrlea. visit with Mrs. I). A. Blodgett, tuavllle, guarantees satisfaction. Try; merry known, aa the Oelgor 1'1noe107; !' now on 1 ;
per Sarah E. Clough, prominent residents of of Fine pineapple and the bout hotels In New York city. ,.',
When you subscribe for the ADVO- Lynn, Mass., are again among their Daytona. him.Mr. sans orange vegetable e': -' ',J.''
land Piloe *<"ttO.
its by the year It does not coat you I many friends at Hotel Ormond.Mr. SOMETHING NEW-Plaster that will William Illndle, of Coooa, bai fronton If you want a nice piece of property l ,
week included. I crack. See advertisement been Mr. C. II. Walton to Meriltt's Island, HKtncreH, long cheap, read the ad. of tho Sarno property n. t
Ihree cents per postage: not our on engaged by'
i : and Mrs. S. Borton, of Bayside, the Indian River, and including oyster on our 3rd: pnge. It will be sold at a I :,11
4th tin roof
East Coast Lumber and dining
page. put a new over room .
Tat EAST COAST ADVOOATK Is on R. I., are now at their orange trove! of the Hembler Mr. lllndle'i permits granted by Brovard County: rata bargain. lip,t'
eilo at the following news-stands, at five I II place at City Point, where they will remain Supply Company cottage. Good land for vegetables and soma good! t
I cents per copy :' for the balance of the winter -Mr.. and Mra. Courtland Buckman 'assistant, George White, Is attending to orange land. A. tine oyster location,. Do not fall to atop oft at Rookledge" f
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I Tltusvllle-Red Cross Pharmacy and Mrs. Berne, of Jacksonville, with a the work. Price *.1lN)). where there are three line, up-to-date :
: Jacksonville-Duval hotel.Windsor -The editor of this paper is under party of friends, spent several days at -Mrs. E. E. Rollins has returned Town of Titusvllle, lot :it, of East subdivision hotels-the Indian River, Plaza and New .;
Messrs. Anderson & Price
obligations to r
i I >> hotel the Ormond, and enjoyed seeing the. automobile hero after a delightful visit( with hoi of old block 4, A nifty good Rooklodgo.
of Hotel Ormond for courtesies
l: Orlvot News eland managers extended the ,automobile races in the meanwhile. slater, Miss Colmar, of Savannah. Sea house. Pi,'Ice, 9200.. Both the Indian River hotel, the Hotel j i\\
l during oral! enjoyable paitioa 'were iilven in Town of Tltunvllle, lot ::1), block A. Plait and<< the New, Rooklodge hotel, at a.
: Note date of expiration printed upon races. LAND CLEARED AND MADE ready honor of Mrs. Rullina In the above gu Colemnn'a Addition. Large lot fiontlnp; Rockledge: are said to be doing a. flourish* I ,
week. This I for the Work and thoroughly '
.jour paper or wrapper every -Mr. and Mrs. E. J. E. Drennen and plow. quickly ahead city.( on two streets, good location near canter log tourist buslneaa.Manngor '
I ||181 receipt for your money. No need son, of Martins :Ferry, 0., arrived here i done. Estimates made for of fawn Good 8-room outta o. Price, ,#r
E. B. Banks I'ensucola Fla. Mr. R. R. Quay of lioaver I'+\. was Peck of Hotel Plaza h.
: {for us to send receipt for subscription. Wednesday, en route to the Dummitt fencing. 7XI./. S. H. ;
I JTbfl date gives It to you.. orange grove, In which they are 'largely lox Cl.iO.: on yesterday's southbound train, on hIs Town of Tltusvllle\ fine corner lot In who p.iimod through here, Tuesday, on +

: Reading notice[ ads. are ten cents Interested.Mr. Take note of the announcements of way to St. Lucl, to join his father,, lumlness section of town. Pi'Ice, f.:>(X). Ills way to Jacksonville for a day or so, 'l..t
ff :Senator: M. S. Quay lie will bring hit Town of Tltusville 0 residence lute sold his houso count Is away ahead of j: !i ,
candidates for the various offices In thla I
l |per line on this page. and Mrs. Frank Ironmonger family south a little later. Mr. Quay' time last t"
: 4th If there west of ralli'oad. 1'iloe, '111' ul\oh. what It was thin year ,
county, on our page.; are \.
+ eoroetimeegetmizedwlllouraorroepoodenteplense Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. W Clark and Mrs numerous friends are always pleased to '
I As our correspondence Tltuavllle\
any more candidates tn the field, they South Lake 3 J ml IPS wext The Rldgewood.; Daytona, has been '
Goo G. Brownell a pleasant him on Indian River
were partyat
: I had better place chafe announcementa In 40 acres, fronting on lake, part hammock well patronized of late, and people who
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1 place the name of their town on the first Hotel Ormond during; the laces, Thev the ADVOCATE. -Mia. J. T. Boothroyd, of Newburgh,, and part pine. Fine land for oianges have stayed there, speak In high term t I',:,i+.

: I page of manuscript ? returned to Jacksonville on Saturday.Mr. N. Y? a lady of charming personality, li vegetables and pineapples. Price fli\O.: > of the house and tie management Remember ,\ ''

I I DON'T FAIL TO SEE E. A. Waddell John H. Sams, ez-Superntandant ( crowded-"Romeo house and In Juliet"Titusvllle moss played to a again at the Hotel Ormood, much to the South Lake, :X"TJ" miles west of Tltusvlllo. the Rldgowood when you go to \1 .

t Miami, If you want to buy Improvedor of Public Instruction, waa among It excellent, Wednesday pleasure of her numerous lends. She Part flna hammock, bnlanoeflae, Daytona. 1 t II 1 k\\
t or unimproved landa. Prices to suit the pleasant callers at this office on Wed night was an representation Ix i accompanied by her ton, Mr. R. T high, dry, pine land, with beautiful view ''
. all Dellda). He came to Titusvllle with a of Shakespeare's old Engllsli play, Boothroyd, who baa brought his auto of lake. Good orange, vegetable nnd+ The Inn, Ormond Bonob, under the t
)parties. big load of for shipment north. and those who took part were heartily mobile south with him. pineapple land. 1110 acres. 1'rloe'NINI( ). management of Mr. Wm. 8, Kenney, I ,",
-Mrs. H. Roberts, of MImI, Is a guest oranges, applauded thioughout piece. Section! fi, Township South, Ilnnga formerly of the Flume) house, N. 1[., ,'", t\ ,!
IF YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY -Mr. and Mrs. Ilugli G. Drown, of has, uutfergono thla ':
I of the Indian River hotel, Tltusvllle, for GOOD TEETH ARE ESSENTIAL TO :17 EiiHt; Ji'a' acres, fronting 011 Indian< many Improvements 1
I a couple of weeks,., where she is making along the East Coast, improved or un good health-If your teeth are in a Boston, after spending: several daya at River and Horse Creek, 2!"{ miles north winter, which baa a tendency toward I ",
improved send full description price Hotel Ormond, 1mve gone to the Royal It popular than Of ;! '
making more ever.
I many friends. bad order Dr. Feigel will put them iif Eau Gallie. Splendid) hlh|: land< and terms. No charge unless I effecta Polnclana, Palm Beach, for the baUncc largo of UOIIIIDIrock, hlgli, ilry Into the Inn her been quite) crowded with I ,.
at moderate cost He Is locale quarry
for right a
-Mr. John lt. Walker candidate J
sale. C. Buck man, Jacksonville, Fla. f of the season Mr Brown, who la vice- and Fine and pineapple guests. \1. :
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I the office of Superintendent of Public < at Collins house, Titusville. president and general of the healthy. orange '
manager
I at Fort -Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells, of Mel land. :Splendid: residence alto. Price. Hotel Breakers PaID Beach opened ; d
Instruction, I spent a day or BO -Mra. Thou. J. Shave, Jr., of Eau If o\eland! Railroad ews Co.. Informed I
| Pierce this week. bourne returned home Sunday, after 111OIb() with groat eclat on Monday, much to ".'
Gallie\ arrived In Tltusvlllo Monday afternoon ua that the weather in Boston tbla winter ,'
upending several days at Hotel Ormond, Georgian! on Merrltts\ Island; 10 notes, the pleasure of Manager Starry and Con'I "Ift..
-Mr.[ 'Y. L. Douglass: the well-known where they made many friends. Like a and stopped over nntll Tuesday hoe been very severe. extending across the eland from Indian tractor McDonald. Assistant Manager( I r

I shoe manufacturer, of Brockton, Mass., great many more, they went to Ormond morning, a sruest of biro R. E. Mima, Jr., -The drawing for the til.Wl\ dress aull Ricer to Banina River; good pineapple' Leland Sterry la now snugly Installed In I, ,, ,. I

WM a recent southbound passenger: on to see the automobile races. when she departed fur Seville, Fla., case took place In tho store of Mr. Julius orange or vegetable land. 7 room house this magnificent hotel over which he t ,
] Lla way to Palm Beach and Miami.Mr. where she goes to visit her parents for Kline on Tuesday evening/ before several la goo.1 condition, email barn.' Price t1 O. ably presides. The building\1<< of a mammoth :\k I

and Mra. J. F. Hathaway, of -Rev. J. T. Huntington and daughter while. spectators. Master Mark lirown did the Also 10 auras, known aa lot 1, of Arbella hotel like the Breakers-so faraway .4 r 'f:' J.

I Boston, are again at their old quarters, of Hartford, Conn.; and Dr. Harwood -Mr. W. E. C. Euatls, secretary of drawing, and No. 2SO.5 waa the lucky fronting, both Indian and "St. Luclt from the centers of supply -was t
at Hotel Ormond, where" tbelr many Huntington, of New York, owners of an, Canaveral Club, arrived In TltiiHvllle on number that secured the prize The duplicate Illvers, near poxtotnoeand railroad I, high. a feat that Contractor J. A. McDonald t

t Mends+ are always delighted to see them orange Ormond trove at Lyia'ta' will arrive and at Monday, from HORton, and left, the mime number wan held by h, J Guthile, and healthy, beautiful locution Flnoonttage nay well feel proud of The Breakers "' 'I'; '
Hotel next
on hursday day, for the Clubhouse at Chester Shonls IIf '1'1 1 118Yllle, who wasdellRritnd with hi* : splendid pineapple hind Price Nor built in six month. !Monwoiked '

I DR. FEIQEL-THE DENTIST-Makes probably visit Tltusvllle later. to do a little shouting Mr. KitstlH: was luck In getting the dress unit taro fJIiOt: ( ). day and,I night on the building! and the ..: '

a specialty of crown and bridge work, Notwithstanding the fact that Sheriff accompanied by his two Bonn, Messrs. -Santos Dumont, the grunt luionaut. Term will be made reasonable to reliable pay-roll one day last wenk amounted to ( 'it ,

-Mr II. B. Mace, One of the firm of Brown has spent over $;:;0 in telegrams: A. 11. and F. A. Eustta.Mr. of Paris was a guest of /IIuUil UrmourSthe pinchaMuis. Apply to :.!.\llIfI.( ({ ,,I' '.)

I J. R. Walker & Co., Titusvllle, after and done his utmost to locate the expert W. H. Peters, of Daytona. has first of the week. In conversation Or D L. GAUI.DKN TttuuvlllCjFU.l Hotel Ormond, at Ormond, managed r '" "

pending several weeks at the Indian safe robbers, they are still at large gone on a hunting trip wirh" his friend with an AIIVOOATR representative, Mr \\'M., A, WAiiivor'K Jamaica N. Y, by MOHSIH. Anderson; Price, has been .\ l
So\ far have been too "slick" for ,
River hotel, left for Jensen Wednesday, they Mr. Barney Oldtleld, the well-known antomobillst Dumont said ho hail not brought hln fly doing a phenomenal business of lair,
| accompanied by Mr. L. F. McNulty. even the government detectives. who beat W. K. Vanderbllt Iraq machine to Ormond ; but bad ho und
-Do not forget to read the announcements -Mrs. Wm. M. Brown and Mark In one race at Orroood-Daytona. Mr. known what a fine beaoli, and climate INSPECTS SCHOOLS. last week la order to accommodate the ,' : ?

of candidates for office on our 4th Brown left here yesterday for Miami, Oldfleld is a hail-follow-woll-mot, and Oimond had, he would have arranged to largo number of people who applied for ;I i s'' I

page Those who are 'aspIrants for office to join Mr. Brown, who Sass been sc has a host of friends north and south make some torts with hU Hying machines Mr. N.8heatllStlltoSupellnt.onllant room at thl popular hotel Hotel Or. .J.' .
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much rushed with business of late that nod dirigible balloons.Mr. mond llth and her '
would do well to get their announcements -The many Indian River friends of Public Instruction wan In Titus- opened oa January 'e {tl
In the ADVOOATK columns. he could hardly spare the ti me to occasionally of J<: been doing a batter buslneia. this winter .'t' .
Arthur Farmer Kvanavllle 'l'uII"II"y
Miss Kitty McDonald, of Sll.iml, regretto 'Hie' from Saturday till + to Inpect -
visit his in Tltusvllle. than th. time last whloh
family learn of her Illness Ind.[ hied himself oil In sailboat Moo at i.imo year, I hiIII s
Messrs Wm. Pittenger, of Asbury severe but hope a our public tchool. llo mild that ,'
Park, N. J.; and E. Spencer, of New REMEMBER E. A WADDELL, Mi she will soon be herself again Miss lay evening, bound for the MoKarland Jrevard spends more, per capita on hRvo"enleveral very, (grntl/ylogtothemanngorr Improvements. There made a I I.;!

York stopped over here from Monday amt Is the man to go to If you wanta McDonald Is a bright, vivacious and very Hinting: camp near the llatilovor, whore education than any other county In the In and around the Ormond. The dining I
until Tuesday with their frleuds, Mr. and good Grove, Pineapple Plantation or popular young lady, and her numerous ho made quite a record a. a shooter of state, and, In fact, ten time as muoli as bras been tine "

Mrs. C. I.. Berge. They were on their Vegetable Farm. friends hope for her speedy recovery.Mr. ducks. Mr. Farmer relumed<< hero, Wed. some of them, and for this reason this swimming room pool artistically baa been.painted added,to a tLn 'A'' ",

[ way to Palm Beach, Miami and Nassau.Mrs. + -Mrs. Hugging and her popular son, .- Henry M. Flagler and wife, Mr. and nemiay E. ,M with. Holman Messrs., and W.they II. again McKarland startid county the $:OOOl Is/ entitled) to a goodly! <
E. N. of New York after E. M, Poderford and wife, Mr. Julion T. appropriate to additional, fire constructed ; ,
B. R. Wilson and daughter, Mr Hugglns, << for the camp, yeHterdiv, accompanied" eglsUtuio' for high noliools and rural -ellcapes ,
Miss Jeannette, and Mlaa Charlotte Palmr staying: at Hotel Ormond for a while, Divles: Mr. Fred T. Martin and Dir by t Mr. J. A. farmer, Mr. A, Farmer $graded: schools, and: lie IK here to see If etc. Another excellent Improvement la

after having: spent a week very pleas- passed through Tltusville, Monday, en Edward Gray were a pleasant party at mid little girl and Mra. MoFnrland.Prof. more of our county so boo I can not bo an eight-foot sidewalk which has been
t
1 tally" at Indianola with relatives and route to the Breakers, Palm Beach, : the Hotel Ormond during the automobile laid from the Ormond! to the Inn. The.Ormond
| friends, returned to litusvilletho first of where they are meeting many old-time I races. They passed through Tltus- Geo. E. DeWalter, New York, ,worked this up to assistance.. a standard Ho where said they that can the has lost none of Ita popularity, ) .
tbe week. friends Mrs. Hugging and son are accompanied vIllA !Sunday morning on their return to lag again arrived at the Royal<< Polncl- *nure and the /genial managers are continually. #
.3.000of
by a charming young lady Palm Beach. ana, Palm Beach, where he will again: riiusvllle school was onto' ol Its ; doing something to please their guests. 1
-Mr. has his card in this state aid, and he lefl on the 2 a. m.,
John '
Henry for the
have of the
Miss Cocbrane. -The Duchess of Sutherland sister charge arrangeuionta On Saturday night lat there) moor adanoe
'Hue, announcing himself as a candidate of the Countess of Warwick Is dances to be given at the Itoyal Pond Tuesday, I In company molt h Cou n ty Super* In the Casino, which waa much enjoyed i '";i
now enoylng -
J. Montague of Virginia ntendent films to visit the other schools
-Governor A.
for the office of County Treasurer.. It Is ana this winter During the pant sum by all who participated. Prof. :Swift'scelebrated : + '
| the balmy breezes of Palm Beach ctd'T ,
,
who had been attending the automobile In tbe that have applied for state
needless for what sort of a county '
ua to say I mar Mr. OeWalfer wan at the Manhanset orchestra furnUhed the muslo
instead of the and Ice of Old I
and good roads meeting at snow Eng stet While hero he mixed business. with ;
I treasurer heretofore. The races :
he has made
Shelter Inland L. I. He afterwards
land. The Duchess has beautiful suite for the occasion, and one northern lady
People of Brevard county know It, and Ormond, passed through here, Sunday, of rooms lit Hotel Breakers overlooking stayed In New YOlk until tbe ice and >ollilcn and gave n talk at a meeting, remaiked<<1 to the editor of this paper
we he will be elected. en route to Palm Beach. He was accompanied irnmged by his friends, In the Opera rl
presume again the Atlantic and the bathers snow drove him roach, and now he Is I "This I*one of the most enjoyable Unce
and Mrs A. S. ocean merry evening at which a.
!Senator house Monday ,
by on "
hand of
receiving 'the right fellowship"'rum I havn attended In a long while. We 1n
[r. Dick Rocker of rUms, was a I- therein.Mr..
Moore
II. number
Mann and Colonel W. president goodly was present.
'
Pleasant offlc Saturday his many Palm Beach friends noticed a few changes: In the office staff
visitor at this Good Roads Association. --- -- -
of the National F. M. Wooteo, who has been
this J. 1) Trudeau has token
last season. Mr.
to renew his subscription to the Governor Montague Informed spending several weeks at his old home ="The Old Maid's Convention for A Hotel Wanted '
clerk of L.
the Mr. H. +
place, a* room
ADVOCATE for 1004. He reports the the ADVOCATE representative that he In 61 A z Lo n, N. C., returned to Tltusvllle l the benefit of tbe Episcopal church, will Bingham who Is anslstant, of
orange trees in his section as completely 1 with his visit to the Kast blS given; at tbe U P era 1 house Tltusvllle, manager
was delighted on Sunday, Mr. Wooten's marriage to The town of Eau Gallic, 100\ miles Messrs. Anderson &: Price's floe' hotel in 1
hoverbd i with bloom, and, f In fact, he loaded said Coast of Florida have ed to come here Miss\ Aline B lad y, of 'titan.ills, will on Tuesday I evening! next tho Uth Instant mouth of Jacksonville, on th. Indian RIver New York-1 1 r alto a I Hull. Mr. 'I'rucleau t ,

with never seen bis trees so again. lIe would been pleased to take place at :St.: Gabriel's Episcopal under tbe management of biter and opposite the southern mouth of -who I III quite popular with the travelIng I

bloom as at present. stop off at Tltusvllle, but bla time was church, at this place; on Wednesday Rattle Milton Jones, of Kentucky, as- ianana River, famed for Its duck shootIng publlc-helel I I tbe ponltlon of room '
be
-Prof. Jas. Gresham, a well-known limited, and he had to return to Richmond next, the 10th Instant. Archdeacon B. dinted by home talent. Then will a grounds, find< nalytical expert, of Brooklyn, N. Y., thin week. Governor Montague lea F. Brown will officiate. grand street parade at three o'clock p. lass tourist hotel, having lost the "U ran- last C. Davis Is the able +,
"no Is i whole souled genial gentleman, and It in., matinee, for children under teu The location Is anshRer '
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largely Interested in the Port Or- and ads Hotel, by lire. one aDd Rental and he la anslsted by ,
and
Mrs. F. K. Colby Mr. Mrs.
< old follow four o'clock. Mat-
will give us pleasure to welcome him to years to at Knit. Const and local
note fiber and explosive factory, spent ChamberlaIn were pleasant callers at of the best on the Mr. E. G. Brown. Mr. H. G. Marvin
worn Tltuivllle on some future occasion. The Ines lOcts, for children. General admission Interested to build the t"i
In Ti- be
Wednesday until Thursday capItal can makes an excellent f /ot and mall clerk h
at the; office on Wednesday They had :25cts,: ; reserved seiits, ;.t.jcts.; at { )
WBvilie\ Governor was a prominent speaker for some
where be wan warmly greeted: been attending the automobile raced at hou.e. A fine opportunity{ Mr. Curtis la night clerk ; Mlsa Helen .,
led Cross Tltusvllle. Kven-
Whig old friends. Prof. Gresham says the good roads meeting at Hotel Ormondon Pharmacy, good hotel man. for particulars address, Sawyer, stenographer: and private s oretary -
6fe last and highly Daytona. They were cruising on Capt. log performance at M o'clock sharp. ,
evening was (
Friday I'ADKIHOW, Mayor
factory is in a very flourishing con- able address. Colby's yacht, Plata, and came from O. F. Mlsa Hanson, bookkeeper; Mis. + ,1
dltioa. complimented upon his very Daytona without a mishap through the Eau.. Gallie, fla. 61. FalYy and her assistant, Sl lea F. Fagan '
canals The sailed off Wednesday EASTERN STAR -- -- look after the telegraph depart
Among; the pleasant callers at thIs tortuona
office\ Rock White Men Wanted. ment. Mra. Annie L. Smith la as popu
on Friday last was Mr. D. P. Gardner's I-'Iyers. afternoon, for ledge, Eau Gal-
'"win, a prominent and wealthy rear Ue and other points, en route to Palm Friendship Chapter No. 11, Order of lar aa ever at the curio counter, and she
debt of Milford Conn. He was accompanied Beach and Miami. Eastern Star, had a meeting oa Tuesday Wanted, two reliable, sober, white la assisted by Mrs. Ruth Case. Miss M. "

by hIs non Mr. D. P. Merwin, Jr., FURNITURE, eveDlng, which was fairly well attended. men, who underntaud farming; work A. Clark is, a* usual, tho housekeeper; l;
ner of DRY GOODS, The nutial routine business was gone until June tat guaranteed Htate\ age George/ How land, chief of the. livery de- t
E large! pineapple plantation at Special Sale at JUlne-". and the of tbe and wanted. Address, Pompano la N
-aen. Our editor at the -Or- SHOES. through, report' Secretary salary partment; Andrew KlUgerald, as popular
moad-Daytona automobile was away races, or he SPECIALS Monday, Feb. 8th. showed the Tltuavllle Chapter to be In a 'acklng (;0., Pompano, Fla. :at OH ever aa head waiter Karl Brack- !
would have welcome"wo sound financial condition. 1'wo candle -- ett asnlstant bead waiter; Benj. Petlen-

ADVOCATE given them sanctum.hearty soap lOcts. Men' $1.00 Shirts, at'4.:>cts., made of dater have wade application to be admitted Land for Male. glir;, chef; George Mayhew, wine clerk;

CHAB. A. OAMSICK, Tltusvllle, Fla. one Madraa and Cheviot; plain or pleated aa members of the Order. Ham Smith, bead porter; and Wm. '

bosoms. Positively a bargain at the Choice 5 and acre lot on the Peninsular O'Connell, bead waiter. II

Klinrpie for Bale.r For Sale. above price. An Immense assorment of Launch Fur !Sale-#JJOO.N between Waveland and Bewail. _

patterns. Point, fronting on both Indian and St. FORT PIERCE
PIERCE HOTEL "I .
FOnT
? 'foot yawl rigged sharpie light land Gnyot Suspenders, regular price 40c., .w Carvel built launch, DMer been ucle rivers. Also improved places, and Fla. Sportsman's Paradise Opposite /
very halfway
d ;t. Just.Put In A 1 condition. A 100 acres of Gallle good; and pine Melbourne; alao lonuay'a price, :23c.; An endless varietyof isudllh.; p. motor, 15>( feet long, 4S neat, tbre& room unfurnished cottage to Indian River Inlet. W. O. .Lore, Prop ; i
rOOd nailer Will sell Apply toG between Eau patterns. Inches beam; hanging waingn, Cushions, rent. Apply to C. II. UACKY: ,
. cheap. artesian
' cleared 4 Inch
10 acres, half anchor Too small for Waelandl'la.
etc. ore (
. Mail orders promptly filled for the my may
deO. SCUUTLER, bf. D for MOO cash. '
well. At a bargain F I). CASEY'l.auDch ---
above goods. Uockledge Indian Itlver,
Ban Gallle Fla. ,
Harrison 53 Esplanade
J. L. ,
Address, I.I
JULIUS KLIXK> very, Tor Hale Cheap. ,
ave Montreal Canada, or, G. F. Paddl- tlOfeb Kla. a,
For Titusvllle Fla. Daytona, -
Sale Orange and Pineapple son, Eau Gallic, Fla. The Flannery place at Haulov Canal, Has one of the most attractive and

Land. Launch tor Sale. Wanted: BIai and Wife. 31 acres of land and a. nduaa. .Fine 1rn:s- bent mocked stores along the East Coast
For Sale or xchange. loa for a Clubhouse; 2,000) feet waters of Florida. You canlull/ everything t

JX> 17 foot launch with 3. h. p. Palmer Man to do all work around place and front on the Lagooo, also fronting on you need at tbls scorn All kinda of flue r ,, ,
crea choico land suitable for meaty.Particular .
nowitgpiaeapplee' $ and on tbea"h81 23: ft. launch, 6 ft. beam, 6 b. p. gas engine, very fast, and shoal draft, has a help Jarm. Wife to cook and do laundry he Canal. Excellent fishing and hunt- groceries and attention western paid to the needs y !'
'II orange claes running order; cost centerboard for fishing. She la In good work. Good place for good couple. IDIl. Also 10 acres of One hammock land
and in nret-
St. Lucie Rivers will sell as angina and cruising parties.
of
; yachtsmen ,
what have onditlon throughout. Price '200. \ddresa with reference and ex. at Sbllob. Apply
e, or divide bargain.' 1500; make cash offer, or you wages toF. GKO. N. HATCH. Prop.
; J. WMIB:
R. P. ,
good lanncbb Address YATKS. pected. JAS. MCCOMD, JR.
for a
C. lJuCKK.f, to exchange; Fla. Barton Ave., Rockledge.I '
Titusville
2Ofeb. Hobe Sound Fla. Kla.
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) 2-. How shall a mother who Is weak and sick with some female trouble ?

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v- now anxious women ought to bo to' give their children the blessing of a

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'L--- Many women long for a child to bless their home, but because of some

.. .,# l.j debility or displacement of the female organs, they are barren.

4: ( :: t Preparation for healthy maternity is accomplished by Lydia E.Pinkliam's: '
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4' :g ; Vegetable Compound more successfully than by any other medicine, because

44 ; it gives tone and strength to the parts,curing all displacements and inflammation. .
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I ) Actual sterility in woman is very rare. If any woman thinks she is sterile, ,

1 3d, ., '-r I let her write to Mrs. Ilnkham, Lynn, Mass., whoso advice is.given free to all '

t I expectant or would-be mothers. The medicine that instantly asserts its curative \
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Read These Two Remarkable Cures. DEAR MBS. PINKHAM s-I was married for five years, and
rave! birth to two premature children. After that I took
c DEAR MBS. PINKHAM t-During the early: part of my Lydia E. IMiikham's Vegetable Compound, and it

b' I .r married life I was very delicate in health. I had two mis- changed me from. weak, nervous woman to a strong, happy
carriages and both my husband and I felt very badly as we and healthy wife within seven months. Within two years
,t -- were anxious to have children. A neighbor who had been lovely little girl was born, which is the pride and joy of our
_ ) : -- using Lydia E. IMnkham's Vegetable Compound advised household. If every woman who is cured feels as grateful and
me to try it, and I decided to do so. I BOOn felt that happy as I do, you must have. host of friends, for every day I
my appetite was Increasing, the headaches gradually debless you for the light, health and happiness your Vegetable :
r1 "l creased and finally disappeared, and my general health im Compound has brought to my home. Sincerely) your friend,

,.. proved., I felt as if new blood coursed through my veins, MKS. MAR P. WHARBT, Flat 31, The Norman, Milwaukee Wia." i
the sluggish, tired feeling disappeared, and I became strong Sec. Northshore Oratorical Society.

The Medicine that Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable and*well.' mother of _ _
Within. year after, I became the a strong,
i has Cured the Ills of healthy child, the joy of out home. You certa.lnlyhave a splen. $5000 retter..d FORFEIT gnaturea I .cannot of ftboT forthwith teatimonial produce,the which original will I
Compound. did remedy, and I wish every mother knew of it. Sincerely >ro..etb..lrablolutelenulnene".. IT
I ( x a Million Women is yours, MBS. ANNA. POTTS, 610 Park Ave., Hot Springs, Ark." '_ nii. |
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Jrvhl '''' BuchuVafers It will be time enough to make wagers -

CATTLE FEEDING. on the result when Russia and Japan Florida East
cure scaldlo II )I.' >, lixckache, rlieumatlsm .Coast Ry.
nervoiiM'n loss of sleep, sediment begin Bring something more deadly -
Tfce Crowd !. Not Itnnnlnur ThatVnyFnvoruble
In the urine, reOl\.1 calculi, diabetes anti| than cable dlnpatches.K try for lIealth "

The cuttle\ feeding piobleui Sl.u..is now nil hlttnny troubled, Including Brlght's, -, LOCAL TIME CARD No. 52. In Effect January 12, 1904
U tllicnmt! They sic purely a vegetable
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Martin.Waverly .
Carlisle I t.
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before a great many farmers who have compound and acts directly on the weaketl .,I SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
produced a crop of corn, and the National tissues and blood vessels of the kidney Texts, wiltci-: Of a mornIng 222 South Pooria St., -._---- -- SNo. -

L Stockman looks at it thus: Farmers and urinary organs./ Sold SOcts a wben- fist rising, I often find a CHICAGO, ILL., Oct. t, 100'.1. 93 No. 20 I No. 35 STATIONS I No. 88 No. 78 No. 20Daily.

hud a baird experience lust year box by Red Cross Pharmacy. troublesome collection of phlegm, which Eight months ago I was so ill D..lly. Daily Pelly Deny Dllllr.A .
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with high priced feeders, clear corn produces a cough, and in vei'.\ bar-1 I t<> that I was compelled to lie or sit 805" 1000 iii 7116 a Lv..MJllrk.onvlll..Ar II 40 a 730t 1401 -
and nn oversupply of fat tattle. They ANTI-LEAP YEAR CLUB. but small of li.tl I down nearly ail the time. My 8 13j!, 10 OH lit ..............80. Ja dislodge; a quantity ctomuch was BO weak: and upset 9 25p n 111 a. II 00 ...... AuguHlIae................ 711II 8 20 P 840 g' ,".
hetfluto to embark again ID a business lard's Horhound Syrup will at once din- that I could nothing it C 9 57" n fI.4 aI J .. .................. 411 "ii 5 33 JI p..;!!
that is fraught with such risks. It is Member Moat Not Accept Proposal lodge It, and the trouble Is over.. 1 and I vomited keep frequently.on I g 1012 p12, t2 =p..' 9 40 ......................6 8l: ii Ii 15 I' 565.1 IO. 0

bud enough to lone one corn crop} buta From YnnuKVouien.. know of no medicine that Is equal to ft, could not urinatewithout great .. -1035p-12 40--P 10 05 II .................Lv 6 0/1/ I 4 60 P 4 60 P :"w'; .....".
serious mutter to rlulc losing two. Thirteen bachelors In the village of and It ls so pleasant to take. lean most pain and I coughed BO much that .s e 9_40_pi lLi4a ja/ .................. :, lUOi aii 620 P 620PI. ::: :

Sheep feuding pnld better last year, Noble. Adams county hove formed un cordially recommend medicine for It to throat all persons lung, my throat and lungs were raw I.o 7 15 I' ............... R 00 a :N A'('
and the price of grain la attractive. In antl-leup year club HIIJB n Gettysburg needing a" oOc or bottleat a.nd sore. The doctors pro- :; 1 20 p _8 00 i 8 00 a ............... ;, 7I/ a 7 15" 7 1 5 p !!of" :'
troubles. Price 25o $1.00 _
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the face of all thlx will It pay to feed (l'a.) dispatch! to the Philadelphia Red Cross Pharmacy Titusvllle. nounced it Dright's disease and .4 1240 J ..liestinir.................Lv 4-38 I':1.-n :..
cattle? That Is u question to which I'rcHS. It la presided over by Its promoter others said it was consumption.It .s =: J 01 j: 23 I' ."

'. no direct answer can be given, but certainly John Cover.No they mattered called it little and to I had me no what desire -tV; 11 33 p 1 1 08 36 P P 1047 a I : 47 15 I'P 448 P ;.:..-;=co 1't
the outlook In muchbutter than member will be permitted to accept V,5 1144p 1 47p 10 CJII a 381' 439p :r."
A sister visited
to live.
me V.! 1 67 ......
I It wan last year. Invitations! to leap year parties or Holiday from St. Louis and asked me if v 12 17 a 2 18 j V.11 20 a I 25 05 I'p 4 15., ;5
Feeders are cheaper by at leant $1.50 receive! leap year courtesies from young:: I had ever tried Wine of Cardni.I !. f:5: I 240 l'. 40 V:1.: .'

per liundrcdwelKlit, an Important dif 'women nnd the members lire bound to told her :I had not and she u s.,! I. a 3 3 67 18 P 1'1208' 1Z 36 .P ...4 : t3 02 I'P 3 2 28 57p P j;;r.j" ";

ference. Lust year they were entirelytoo decline heal yeiir propo-nilti of niarringe. bought a bottle. I believe that us. 410 p1Z60 10 245. .. :
h If* member of the club marries !haved my life. believe many n ::- 447 !, I 23 .Bunnele..4: :!9 !, 2 18 P co--,"
this be hud at
high iniy .
; year they can 4 t .
s 65. 291 10 209 p II. iI
1 u reasonable pl'lct11l1 this Is u cardinal clurliitf the year he will'bo obliged to ExposuresBrings women coulj nave much suffering o'i 5 31 1)11) ;:-_ [
if but know of its value. on
they
T point In the matter: It feeders give u buii'juet to the nieiubora.Opaao "'3 417 a 8 6 23p 13 p 245 p () ..a I 1 OOp -- 3

f cannot bo bought right It 1 lit seldom .ef .5e 8 47 I' 111 z._
on Coughs, Colds, Qe 1Il; 861 P. 19 v _1 !!Lo.J. ;:-
1i wise to feed. The price of corn Is high -
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I but there I Is no ivuson to expect It to onr n a cold In 21 bourn. Relieves neuralgia Grippe and other troubles.I ...J.u 11 7 7 3 05! P V. .. ... //\II 2S f II ."..';".:
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higher thuu it was lust year because rheumatism, bronchitis and head that can only be promptly a I 7 49 P.. .. 10 a i'il3'
:l a good many people expect to ache. Comforting and curative! swift, Don't you want freedom from Co 64.ia OtOp 450 ...\\eMt r..lm Ih"II'I1.0, 30 sniultiSiS21iiiiLOOaOe II _
i 11111 8 50 4 ......I.llhn ................
nipped In the bud by using I P' 40 11"llllh .1 0 O : i:
sell it. Still otherd may bo! forced to sure and unfa. The boat of nil cold remedies pain? Take Wine of Carduianil iL 7 Vt ii, 9 27 p ....ltoyflton..................... 9 27 I 7 ci itUi ;
Bull it Instead oC feeding It. Money Is because the most efficient. Opancla make one effort to X. 7lh: a'; 9 38 ..............1JelritY ................... 9 iB i 7:1l1: .t. o"e: :coco
a small chocolate coated tablet, and Is supreme Ij II 07 ftl 022 P ......}.t. Ltuuilrll................ 8 29 J II IItl' U 'f'
I very tight now, and banks are not Tropical be well. You do not need to bea ;. e a 2-4 1040. P1. ......... }Illonlale............ ..... II h.l 1 1flO: iia ::: ...
lending any more than they can help. sold at 25cts a box. Red Cross I'har- 4:1: ... 1 I 02 P1 ........Lemon CII).............. 7 47 1IH/ a noP'S1)a
I a fact that may tend to restrict feedIng moo,. weak, helpless sufferer. You II 1\41 ,, 1 ICJ P 840 ............. .....,............ .". 7 40 V S5Oa.......
can have woman's health and Tralue I operations a ml at the same time to ..
Cn- Pine-Apple do a woman's work in life Why
enlarge; selling of corn. How high van u co-ed kick? Thlo Condensed Schedule Between .Tack.soiiville and St..Augustine.

j Hut perhaps the most hopeful sign question la vexing 1 the athletic department not secure a bottle of Wine of I No. IB*
of nil to the prospective" cattle feeder Cardui! from your druggist today JACKSONVILLE N>. 35 fNo. 29 tMo. 27 t No.43 No.31 ND.99 t No. 93 1Dally.
Themen's
of the Chicago nnlvt>r lty. Dlllly Dully Dully
1 la the fact that the crowd Is not run high kick for ten years la regis- Tar and WineThe ? TO ST. AUGUSTINE. Dally t JJally. | Daily | Dully. ,Ea. Min El. Mon Dally EM. Man

_ ning his wuy. A year ago everybody tered. The women's record Is withheld Lv. Jacksonville......... 7 M ill 10 00 10 :m a) I 30p230p 3 0>) p 8 05 p 8 21J p 9 35 p
wanted to feed Rem- Ar. St. At1sulsttne..J_ 8 AA M i 11 10 a 11 !20 ] 2 30 p 3 30 P 4 00 p 9 15 p 9 39 |> 10 36 p
cuttle. Many were but the holder of the record tins Great Florida WDrn OjCaRDUI .:.: : ...! .. :

burned end dread the tire now. Todaysheep been dlsi-ovorod. Bays a Chicago this edy, backed by more thana ST. AUGUSTINE No. 92tNO.98 tN: ; .Nr.flNo.; 44.No.; 18 Ho. 30 1 No.73 t No. 28t

seem to bo very popular! but patch. She In Miss Lnclnda, Buck. million dollars of Florida TO JACKSONVILLE I>aily i| Dally _IE*.'a l 14 u,'Ea. H DlLlly Ex.Dally Sun Dally Daily Dally

Uiere is no great rush into cuttle. All President harper has omitted her record capital. Look at the Lv. St. AiiKiiiitlne., ..........._720 ii| 7 BO a]! It 10 a'11' 10 a12_, 10 p 4 50 p 810p OPOP: 6 40 p
1 of thoMO things/ lire more favorable for In bit report.iti'* Buck la saiall names of the gentlemenwho WANTKD, : -SEVERAL, PERSONS OF CHAK- Ar. Juicksonvjlle..8. !iO ai 140 a.12 10 p 12 40 p| 1 10 pjSSOP 710P 7 30 p 7 40 p
the beef anil rooit repii'atlim, III ouch ntate
producer than the clrcniuBtaiicvH sbu loused her
her friends tot
but say (one In thin .
compose this company county minimi) to represent The 1.'Clllowlng Are Through 1'ullm'ui 'l'l'nlllol t
of lust year but still It In Impossible six feet elulit Inches.\ and r-dvertlae "h'l entaullahud wealthy biixini -
and see If this Is -.8 house of solid l flnntirlal atanillne. Salary EASTERN TRAINS WESTERN TRAINS
to say t that cattle feeding l 1" $'I.X weekly with expniiHi-n a.tlttl".I.! l allaI.le ,. No. 37 and 38-New" York anil Florida Ha. IS and 16-UlilunKU aol. Florida Special
to bo u paring) business." Signs favorIt not a sufficient guaranteeof In nnah direct ouch, W..I"I'M.h| | from head pa No. 31 and 32--Soutuurn'i fulra J.\nlt\ (Sf""I..1. I tN,. 03 and 92-I'hlrairo and Florida Limited
Irvlng'loI rtiichu Wafersare merit. ollloos. llnrNO suit curriaize' lurnlHlio'il when nooenAixry. No. 43 unit 44--euubniri Florida lluiitei fNo. 27 and 30..The.Florlila Limited

howl"'I'I'v a true remedy for all kidney dlseanes, .. Reference Colonial. 331 Dearlmra KnlnB.. self*auliirussed. eavelone. a Thee trains are o mpo.e"l ".01"01.,1101 Pullman Cam and extra neat fare will be charged.
WM. S. JORDAN, PHES., Banker and St. rhliiaico.Women : t Day ooaebea operated on tlimie traliison which no extra or seal fare 1. charged.
Meat Liniment on Kiirth.< from Its moat simple form-pain In the Capitalist.CHAS. .

back, to Its worst and very dangerous; Well SANFORD BRANCH. ORANGE TY BRANCH.
Henry Jj. Baldwin, Hupt. City Water condition-Brlght's Disease. We mean BLUM, VICE.I'IIKS., Wholesale i as as Men I

Works, Shullsburg, Wis., writes: "I It when we say they will euro you, and Merchant. Are Made Miserable 1 1I) flTATIOU. 1J lvI I lIall _

have tried many kinds of liniment, but we would not say It If we hot not confidence J. J. WILLIAMS, 2u VICK-PKES., Commorelal by 7 011 .L............_.T\1"vllle\ .............A 250 P'' 4 20 p11' 10 RL..N5uv.A I 60 l 7 lOP
have never received much benolH until I In them which U the direct resultof 8118 ....._._........( .... ......_........Ar_II :22 5. 5 04 p1 II 21 *L..L.k.Rel.n. an I 10 p1 S 009
., used Dullard's Snow Liniment for rheumatism Salesman. Kidney Trouble. 8116 ................ ': ... ............Ar 1111I.I al 15 15 P1 ii IN LV.Orana.CyArI I 00 Ph 5 44 P
and our knowledge of their cures In cases e 11II aAr............... &uuord..L\ IPSO &j_ 5 20 pill 4 aIAr..or.cJ..L,412 60 pJ B 35p
pains. I think It the best that seemed almost hopeless Sold at B. W. SPERRY, TRKASCBEH, Prop. -
liniment on earth." 25o; !SOc: and fl.OO Mksts a box by Ked Cross Pharmacy.To Duval Hotel. No. IeBund. ,,
Kidney trouble the .. N
bottle at Ked Cross Pharmacy, TItusviUe* preys upon mind. discourages MAYPORT BRANCH.
TIIOS. A. DAVW, Suc'v AND Mow., and lessens ambition; beauty,vigor OaJy DaIly

Song In Winter. Do Without' Our Cotton.As Pu bUllher.D. ".-'l, u.1;;; I-. and cheerfulness soon 11 00 s 4 45 pJ L......_..........._._.__...... see.! eon ,
When a part of the efforts of the Britishto MCMILLAN Vloe-Pres. Consolidated ,. : disappear when the kid- 11 0/1/ .4 4 BIpf L".............................. J..kllOnTtlle..t.. A2.4 3529
snow lies deep become Independent of American neys are out of order 11 40 aI 5 24 pIS'_ ........._..................._...... ... Io Beuuob.........,...........................L7 no .1 a 20.p
1 O'er flald and Mil. Naval Stores Co. I ctuL: 11 46 aJ 15 19 fr21 Lv..................................AtlantI Iteach.................._.............L.. 7 46 al 3 1S.p
"When Bhaflows creep cotton IIOmethlng like 30.00O acres will W. C. YEISER Pres. The Metto Co. ._ i diseased. 1:1: OOml 54rJut4Ar.._ ........................................ .............."....................... ._ 7 go 30011
.. O'er heart and will, soon be under cotton cultivation on the Kidney trouble has
West African coast. E. E. WEST, Capitalist and :LumberManuflcturer. become so prevalent PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
Oh. then
i rejoice. I that It Is not uncommon
j S Lift up your eye A Mlsnourlan, claims be baa discovered \V\ for a child to be born CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. 0. S. S. COMPANY FOR
? .. And Klve ilIad voloe, FRALEIOII Cashier Bank of
L. A. ,
For winter files a process by which cigars can be 6 t._ \ L afflicted with weak kid- HAVANA KEY WEST AND NASSAU.
Madison.T. t ._ neys. If the child urln- -_
t ., made out of straw There la reason to a .
: And aprlnR hastes on. inspect that some one made this discovery C. SMITH, Asa't. Cashier Bank of ales too often. If the Tb_ TIm. table.show the time..at which trains nay be expected: to arrlv. and depart
: Do.t hear her algha urlno scalds the flesh if. when 1'1010 th. several but
Madison. or the child .tct.&lon. their arrival or departure at the Un.... llated I. not suarnied..
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Though Kklce are wan years ago. reaches an age when It should be ablo to aor 4... tie Company hold itself responsible for .y delay or any 000iequsace arntt_
t .. Neath .now and lcd' A. II. WEST, Capitalist and Real Estate control the passage It Is yet afflicted with frOID.

1 Lint how the stream State:: of Ohio, City of Toleda, ) 11II Dealer. bed-wetting, depend upon It. the cause of For Copy of the LOCAL. TIMB CARD or Other Information
SIngs n> It flow, Lucas County. ) GEO. T. HODGSON, GeneralSouthern the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first "SEB THE TICKET AQENT."
S Asumm.rdram Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is Agent N. Y. Life Ins. Co. step should be towards the treatment of
: Hidden neath anow.I .. these Important This J. D. RAHNER. As t. Qcn. Pass.
At.
t organs. unpleasant ST. FLA.
the senior of the firm of F. J. AUGUSTINE
H 1 J X' partner D. P. SMITH Tax Collector \"olusllCo.. trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
Ai darkevt hour Cheney &: Co., doing business In the city -
I \, ,. Come Juat at dawn, of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, : 1!. U. CREARY, Editor Gainesville kidneys and bladder and not. to a habit as
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If'J.J. A* bloom fair flower* and that said firm will pay the sum of Dalli"'Sun. most people suppose.
: In land forlorn Women as well as men ara made mis-
One Hundred Dollars for each and everycase D. E. THOMPSON General Manager St.
t I. .''' erable with kidney and bladder
S : of Catarrh that cannot be cured by trouble,
Bo wtntera chili Dally Record.
Augustine and both need the
same great
remedy.
And the of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
dreary Skies use JOB
BRYAN Solicitor The mild and the Immediate PRINTING.
.5- Mean nearer atlllSpring1 FRANK J. CIIKXKY. WM. J. ,County Duval effect of
., pnradUe.New County. Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It Is sold S .
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
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: York by druggists.. fifty-
i: HeraM my presence, this 6th day of December, WM. A. XV ANS. cent and one dollar

iiJ Simple Colds. A. D. 1886. A. W. GLIABOJC' Try a bottle and If not slies. You may have a
(Seal.) Notary Public. pleased write the Company sample bottle by mall
I Cease to be simple, If at all prolonged. ITall's Catarrh Core I I. taken Internally or any one of the free. also pamphlet tell- Buns........._ Executed at the office of the-
The safest way la to put them aside at and acts directly on the blood and mucous ., above gentlemen and get lag all about It. Including many ot the
Mie very beginning. Dallard's llorchound surfaces of the system.: Send for your money back. Made thousands of testimonial letters received
Hyrup tops a cold and remove the cause testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., only by Trop. Mfg. Co., from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. KUmer
C rf coldi. 2.rC: Bio) and '1.110 bottle at Toledo, O. Sold by druggists 'Z tl.lIaU' and sold by Red Cross & Co.. Blnghamton. N. Y.. be uro and
JUxl Cross\ Pharmacy Family Pills are the beat. Pharmacy. mention this paper. EAST COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVILLE.










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Falls, Minn fell and dislocated her I -- \
M. BOBBINS, shoulder.. :She had It bark word to anyone was l
GEO. surpeou get The Chicigo: Not and Twine Co. !
In place as soon as possible. but It wa I
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR quite lore and pained her very much Dr. Morton Tells of His Fluo- almost impossible. I -Manufacturers of- f .

AT-LAW. Her son mentioned that he had seen rescent Cancer Cure. .I was troubled. with. female wmkness" for I i", .
Chamberlain's Pain Balm advertised for elilht years; and suffered more than 1 ran tell* s.H I I If
!la State and United States sprains and write Mrs Oust Movrr of Ovtnrin Deerlodire f
Will practice soreness, and she anked him Co., Mont. *My disposition was allrUed tostu.ilan 1. "
Court. to buy her a bottle of It, which he did. extent that to Miy .
It quickly relieved her and enabled her BLOOD NEEDS SUNSHINE,HE CLAIMS a pleasant word to '

Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA. to sleep which the had not done for several anyone waa. almostimpossible. 'I 1'1 g :
)
days. The son was so uiuch pleaded "I had two: operation E: .
L. GAULDKN, with the relief it Rave his mother that he New York Phy.lcl.ni Cltmrscvm Ar- performed byonaoflMmoel.kllled:
,
D. has since recommended It to many oth- .tert.> With Actinia Solution And surgeon of the West I- ,i

eATTORNEYATLAW eis. For sale by all druggists and medicine It......... Ther1peutlo Force by. X but did not get relief. .tdIisl
dealers Then, against Diy Y "J
or llmHnm Ilnyst-Tnbereuloala wad doctor's strict orders, IFp I
In all the Courts of the State 1 commenced taking t
Will practice .
Florida. and the United States Courts.I Tb.. Modniitr of IIr.
ot f At mi interesting dinner party' "given Prescription and Dei lorslu Seine Twine Maitre Cold I KtC.Orlglnatoraof ,
.O 80,118II.: TITU8V1LLK, FLA.L' by Joachim, at which were present also Dr. AVllllain J. Morton of New York, Golden M..d.callJl. I Rope,
and also I fol Wholeeale Prices direct to the Fishermen. '
his trll'n<.lR. Professor Doru,of Naples professor of electro therapeutics, who ..1"I'the, e Common advice v- 79-81-83 E. Indiana St. Chicago, Ill. .

J... WEBB, and Von HerzogrenberK, the composer recently; made some discoveries in the Sense, Metrical Ad ...Mention The ADVOCATE In your !totter... J

e an amusingly! c-baructeristlc scene occurred. therapeutic use! of the radio active viser.I. .---- ... -- -

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Joachim In a few well chosen forces, gave to the New York World treatment continued: for three this. We are_Membeia of the Illinois Fishermen's AsRoolfttlon. j.

Will.practice In the Courts of the 7th words was asking; us not to lose the some further details of his observation months. and to.day
am as healthy and .
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Taxes paid for non-residents -
of the health of
Circuit. opportunity drinking and theory welt as a woman can ,
and rents and accounts collected. the (greatest composer, when before be be. I cannot thank
"It la well known" said he. "that Doctor pierce enough
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. could say the name Brahms bounded for his kind letters '
certain solutions rendered fluorescent
are
to his feet, glass In hand, and called to m." '

PENNEY, out: "Quite right! Here's Mozart's by radio activity and by the Womanly din Notice.

A.D health!" and walked round clinking ItoNitgen.ray. I have found a Dumber cases, aa a rule, :

/classes!! with us nil. Ills old hatred of of such solutions, such as quinine, spoil"the "disposi : ltw i
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, bon, because of ,
personal! eulogy was never more prettily eaculin, fluorescln and orcln., The the extreme nervousness ,'.

TrrosviLLK, FLORIDA. p\preswd.-Leisure Hour. fluorescence of quinine, esculin and and suffering they cause. happiness yf

Will practice In all the courts of the 7th ---- orcln Is of a most beautiful blue and as well as health is restored to

Judicial Circuit. Croup.The violet color, and where the violet end the woman whose diseased condition ia
cured by the iw e of Dr. Pierce's Favorite J'''
peculiar cough; which Indicates of the spectrum la found there la also Prescription.
and .
To Packers and Growers of Pineapples
A. FROST! croup, is usually well known to mothersof found Ute ultra violet radiation. Both After eight years of suffering and two
.
G oroupy children. No time should be fruitless operations three months' of i.
of producing chemical ef use
are capable Tomatoes
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW lost in the treatment of It, and for this "Favorite Prescription" restored Mrs. : i.f.
facts
which known the
usually as
are
purpose no medicine has received more Moser to perfect health. This f
Will practice In all the Courts of the 7th universal approval than Chamberlain's action of the actinic rays of the spec remedy for woman's Ills, establishes great

Judicial Circuit. Cough: Remedy. Do not waste valuable trum. regularity, dries weakening drain, heals Before you purchase your Paper for
time in with untried
Trru8viLi.K, FLORIDA. experimenting rem "It occurred to me that I might combine inflammation and ulceration and cures ,
edies, no matter how highly they may female weakness.

be recommended, but Rive: this medicine the properties which the X or The Common Sense Medical Adviser, it will to write us for

A. MORGAN, as directed and all symptoms of croup] radium rays have of penetrating hu- 1008 large pages, in paper covers, is sent! wrapping, pay you /

FREDERICK will quickly disappear. For sale by all milD tissue with these facts of fluores fret on receipt of 21 one-cent stamp to 11

Abstracts of Title. druggists and medicine dealers. cence. The Idea is to flood a given organ pay expense of mailing only. Address '
Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. V. samples and prices. We can furnish you I
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, or seat of disease with the fluores
THE:
CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
Loans, Notary Public. IN Brevard County, Florid ethic liquid used medicinally; and at the Seat Bibles to III. Constltneuta. .
.
Collections, Typewriting:, Stenography. O. Heckle In Chancery.Alfred 1 same time:, by turning the X or radium One duty recently the( clerks, In Hen' different grades and( different colors. 1

-VS.- I rays upon this region, set up the desired a tor Scott's committee room were bpsypacking I. I
Alford White and Ms V Bill toner aside Deed
TITUSVILLE, > FLA. and Bibles
wire, Catherine' Maud I and Mortgage. actinic radiations, thus bringing up shipping ant e i 1 1t

White, et al. JNotice to bear the ultra violet rays; In a manner New 'Testaments, to Went Virginia Money saved ill buying is j

O, A. FROST. WADE H. JONES. to Non.RI!.ldent. which could not be attained by; any; Buys. Washington Post. The senator ,
To Alford W. White and wife, Catherine Maud hall received a very pathetic letter
JONES from the outside.
White- were application
FROST from a schoolteacher In his state say ,
You. Are hereby required to appear to the Bill "These solutions of themselves pro t f ,
of Complaint filed herein agiuaitt. you In tli. Ing that she was unable to He<:ur*> :rrolv: Y :rr.tinr. 1
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, shove entitled cause. on or beiore the 1st day ul duce no result except to permeate the copies of the. Scriptures and that the t

moans and Collections. February The KA.ST, A.COAST D. ImH.ADVOCATE U hereby deslgnktod blood and place it In condition where It community was dully> In need of this i (.: .

as the newspaper In which this order snal la susceptible to the .rays of radium kind of literature. Senator Scott Inimediately .
I
TITUSVILLK FLORIDA. be published once a week for elpbt consecutive i, I
weeks. applied to any seat of disease. BIO dot bought a supply and hat

Witness my hand and seal of office this 3rd itself has a natural fluorescence, them sent. He said he did not wish, Write usUnited
'O. A. WORLKY. R. II. SEYMOUR. day of December, A. t>. lOOd.Ct. .
( Ct.Seal) A. A. STEWART. and In deluging the arteries of the the people of his state to wont for the ,

& SEYMOUR, Clerk Circuit Court. body aa I propose, with liquid sunshine good book.
WORLEY D. L. Gaulden Complainant's Attorney. !Mjv
there la no violence done to nu

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. ture. It wall meant that the blood Opaaocures

Do a general practice Instate and Fed- Notice of First Meeting of Cred- should have sunlight, and my method a cold In 21 hours. A modern Paper Co. t

eral Courts. Special attention givento itors. follows the law of nature. It was remedy for la. grippe: Influenza\ cough: ,

admiralty practice. i meant that you should have sunlight colds, bronchitis, sore throat, neuralgia

FRISSELL BUILDING, MIAMI, FLA, In the District Court of the United States for Inside of you."Itadlum and rheumatism Purely vegetable/ y Southern Office '
the Southern_ Dmtrlot of Florida. In Bank or the X rays best exert and pleasant to take and never falls to Atlanta Ga.

In ruptcy.tie matter of John A. C. Mason, Bankrupt.To their effects when the cancer la of the /live qnlck relief. Opium Is nsmall elioco -.. -. .. -- .i
UEN E. FOSTER, late coated tablet, and l is sold at 25cta ,
STE the Creditors of John A. C. Mason, of TI- skin. They do not delve Into the tissueor a ;
ATTORXET-AT-LAWV. tnsvlllo Florida,, In bankrupt the County Brevard and State ot Into the system. With the whole box. Red Cross Pharmacy. OZE3I: :: .A.S.. IB X"CT 3-v.r cSC OO5tT ,

Notice. h"rohv given that on the 15th day of body flooded with a liquid capable ol Named for the President. ale w. H a T St., JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA. r
Dyal-Upchurch Building, Jar. January,A. U., tUOi the until John A C. Masoiww f 1
duly adjudicated bankrupt| an' that the fluorescence It will readily; be seen that President Itoowvplt baa had n monn 1Fuss.
.JAOK80NVILLJI:, FLA. fret mentlng ..f hi,creditor will bo held at the by the application of the ruys to the thin rlil;:e In Alaska! named for him
i.tttce of the Clerk of paid l Court, in the Cityof
Jacksonville, l>uval County, trlnrlda, on the10th diseased part from the exterior there HooMovilt rUlfff.1 The ridge t was recently "

AT S. BURNIIAM, M. D. lay of Fuliruary I A. 1>? IUU4, at 10 o'clock In will be a fluorescence developed right! explored and christened'by I>r. FULL ,I'fPAf I
forenoon, which i time tha said 1 creditorsmay .
tlio attund, prove at their clnlins appoint a trim In the interior and at the precise spot! Frederick A. Cook, who writes !In Ilarper's i

1 ten, examlna. the bankrupt. and transact sucl" where It is needed. For Instance, It a Mawi/Ino: for February his second
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, other biiHlntiSH an properly come before
may
said nieetlnir January 1<>rh, 11014lEOIUU\ man has cancer of the nose the rays paper) on "America's UncomiuereO 1
Ear, Nose and Throat. < ; M.I'O WELL, would be applied to that nlt ml.ter. The Mountain," which IH Mount MiKlnley; EXPRESS S 1

WKST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. Referee lu Kankniptcy. solution he had taken would fluoresce, Alaska.. Dr. Cook thus refers to the PREPAID PREPAID

and the violet and ultra violet actinic new Uoosevelt rldsje: "When Inciting
Application for Tax I>ced. ( I YO .
T"\R. nOUGtITON'S rays would act directly upon the mor at Mount\ McKlnloy! from the west during .h -/Jy/

Under Sec 8, Cbap.48K8, LAWS of Florida.NOTHK bid tissues. There are many ways; in the greater part of our sojourn we f... I .

) IS IIEREHY OIVENthot MROOUN which radium or X rays could be locally could see only this great ridge, the

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS >KIl, 'iiunbiiHernfTax: CertlHcatPS. applied when once the system Is : main mountain (Mel..lnley) usually being
No. KW and I 4011) dated the 4th day of July 6 pis
on the "Deutos," A. D imtrt has. Hluil nalil vertlrlcateH. In my oflhe, Hooded with fluorcscible 1I<}uld. A obscurenlldt'r) heavy cloud. -
and I has made applinatinn: for..r'e'r:;: d to.I Issue small arc lamp small enough to be West of Itoonevt'lt ridge/ Is a series of i
In uc-cordanoe with luw. einhroi'es -
Xow AT DAYTONA. lollowlngcleiicrlbed. pr.."f,"rtysltnatfli swallowed-might *be taken Into the snow free foothills, inoHtly pyriimldallu $450 I IDoz.DEirveneo

In Brevard county, Florida, to-witi Part Lot 5 stomach, and tills would excite fluorestenco. fliiipo, for which I hall suggest the t
dos. deed book 0, lunge BUD! Section :lift, Inwnnlilp _
RB. BUCK, 24 S, Range M! E. fart Lots, boiinuad by Denton Or a patient may be given the name Ilanna foothills. I S '
\ and H hy Kelluin Snot,'Inn 28, Towimhip. '" 24 S, solutions and utter that fluorescent wa fOR .
Kan(e JO 11:. The saltl land being asHessedat tho Q
Stockton & Budd Building, Main St., date. of tho 'lHiiame. of such certificate In the ter. This lust, however, should be huu- If Unwell. '
name of If T. Denton and W. .J Hnnilrr. Unless diet delicately, us it is us yet rathera $120? "J
Jacksonville.\ Rooms 15, IIJ, 17.DEYTIST said certttlcate shall |he rmleumod. u.,'conllnr( to Try a !50o' bottle of Ileihlno", notice the $900 "
.. dangerous proposition to deal with.
law tax deed wIII. ""thoreou on the 2Jnd day mpiovement speedily effected In your .

: of Witness February my,A.olllclal D.1U04.! signature and t seal this the "It Is probable that a treatment may appetite, energy, strength nod vigor/ Agouts for tho Pabst Brewing
Crown and Bridge Work, 21st[Ct.day(It of Heal January] A.A.D. A.11)04.rtTKWART cure be evolved tuberculosis.from this It method is certain that that will it freedom Watch low from It brighten indigestion iheHpiiltK and debility., gives I ._ _. .u_ _._. _____ ._ ___ __._ __ ..--'
Clerk Circuit Court of Kravard Kla.
Porcelain Inlays, By O. A.County tewart, D.C. will cure cancer nnd chronic malaria lasso Htory, Ava, Mo., writes, Sept.
IIljth-cla Plate work. for I have BO demonstrated by experi 10th, 1000. "I was In bud health, I had /
stomach trouble for 12 months. aim I
:
--------- ment. I.
Notice to Creditors.
Foley's Cure chills. Dr. J. W. Mory prescribed Jler- la t
Kidney .It la practically useless to speculate ''a=
blue, it cured me In two week. I cannot _
.
makes kidneys and bladder right CREDITORS LEOATEER, DMTUIButees na to what the) fluorescent discharge recommend It too highly, It will do ri'"r"]
.
TO end all pors ins having claims. or II.adoes to the living tissues, and there nil claim for It." Hold Hud Cross a JotaVerU&hlodrSIfnotlllhll..llh Iilnavm InlfnrmtrT i I
mantle .alnm the Instate of Albeitina E. you by more phy.Ielwreckslhunprobablyanyotheron.die.! !! tJ"1
"rANTED-A, TRUSTWORTHY KNTLE:- Forstor.. <.leeHi a ..*d: HUH remains to decide how this affect Pbarmacy, Tltugvllle. i asst 'n"'...,,,, AmltrIClu....
lady In each county to mallalebusiness I, "'\ WHY ? Blmplynm-ttuseupon, the t
first
You are hereby notified to present your claims the cancer growth. This knowledge In.lloallon
for old established bOU880tsolhl of i
an the mnfady the .
financial stamltnir. A utrantht, bonn/ Hil!, expiration to the unller..ljtno'lIthln of this two ,years otherwise from the the can never be reached until we know Student fur Sal. [.I"!!., qulnlno or that. deadly. svntorn lulnoraL-culoiuel.IK usually/ scourged with f':
weekly salary of J18.uu t>ald by check each Mon J"hliCatlon A now custom has risen nnn't pa It. It'. Dana .. It I
ilat with all direct from heiulqiiartur". same will he what cancer is. and we are still utterly among --r >rou Uu'l at all f
exH| >iiHes + oec ttjry Ulier. \Vo poeltlvuly
Money advanced for ex"en....... Knclose! aileavelope. FKVNK Administrator.FOK8TBR. Ignorant of its nature. The most reasonable needy college students In the C'flUcnxuM RuuranluoHERBINE I .

ed.1. Manager, 3UO Caxton. lIIdg.,, Orchid, Fla: ,,Nov.25,1903.\ 8 weeks theory as to Its mode of action According to a Itaku newspaper, they f.l'I J

.. U that a mild leucocytoHln Is established sell themselves !In the matrimonial mar. r- M
-- -- ---- pwsnlRaodessw.srsrr.raras.ny form ( :1icin
with, a consequent ability of the ket. Lociil tradesmen, proud of recelv- tmnlfluirtMl., II.. all' tIH| .n.lrt matarfa....,''of ilnlnlnw ': :
The Largest and Most Com- lug n scholar into the family compete eat,<'>'li>,ni., -niHij. of linlr, drolly. ."....... l. i f..
living tissue to cope with and conquer oorrmrte all ll.up kltlDCII..II..h' irnubl'".. ,.
Dlete Establlshmont South. cancerous cell proliferation."In for the honor of having a student con .- y80op.rbottle.. AU Dru."ta. '

the treatment of cnn<'f'1' or otherUnease n-law. The bills average $lf:>K). With rh d J ad

GEO S, HACKER & SON ( 1 would first saturate the pa. Ills money the prospective bridegrooms 'd. ,l '"

tient's system with quinine or some able to complete his studies, and obtnln :<<

other solution' capable of fluorescence a government appointment. tit

jSEED.Dsssr under the Influence of the X ray; and : CROSS IMIAK.MACY. 141!\

.I'J!! your eonfl- ruf then submit the patient to the X ray California 1'riiiia Wafers .
,.. dence.Theyhwen.v.rt Cure liver diseases ..nd all stomach M,
or-nullum treatment
During a or
f.llad-won't fall BOW. ;year troubles but Ten men have! fallitl. from defects In Honey Tar I
? more I bare pursued this plan with ; they act gently surely, Foley's and lya lyacfre
Sold by all dealers.IttOt strengthening the bowels and! Rtlmnlnte morale! where OlIO IIIIH tolled( trout dor ,
M 1d
,,9r Seed Annual nearly; all my cases of cancer, and I r nn vrnfq ""eumo J..
them to healthy action. 100 wafer rents r In Inttfllwt. Joann ; d I
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postpaid, rne. have demonstrated that It'll successful 5cts. Ited Cross Pharmacy .,lit"..
D. M. FERMV CO.botrolt BO YEARS )

i 1 7 Mich. "Now aa to the radium treatment of KI'.ph'lIf l" Appearance.. TO CURE A COLTIN ONE' DAY EXPERIENCE n
Tablets J
Ilromo Quinine
rake Laxative
cancer. In general the radiations from Wife-Thorp was a man around today -
refund the If It fall
LU
druggists money
.- -- -- radium may be said not to be particularly selling Mg brass! tiirglnr alarm drove' la < I II '
cure. K. Vf. signature on 'I'.
--.. dissimilar", from the radiations bells to put on the front of tile house, t I
snob, box.: : 2 >cts. .
-
1tUi; = f
LA GRIPPE generated with the Crookes tuba, and so I ordered one. -_ --- I

MANUFACTURERS: OF the curative effect upon cancer" is undoubtedly Husband \Vhnt! Von know wf '

; similar. I am now using haven't anything/ worth stpalln : TRADE MA"". ,

Doors, Sash, Blinds. salts of radium of 8,000 and of 7,000 Wife-I know that but It will make WORMS\ !! DxaGNsCoevluaNTs 40. !, !

Pneumonia follows La ..Grlppebut luminosity respectively; and one great 1 the l.hh',1'1i! i think we have.-Philadelphia A nrm.....dln. a sketch. and ._ m., fi t .. t

HcnldiDg & Building Material never follows the u.e of Advantage Which I find Is that the ledger.; .. gnloslV..e.naan' .our' oplnYn.. ,..Commanl whether_as f ;! .i

radium salt, which as la well known, mnedentLL $AN01rb0 f
Most la Quantity. Bat In Quality. [ tlnn.atnutl' Ollo..l'alellU
OlBce" Wareroom King) opposite Is contained within a very small glass I:very JoUle of Cllamberlalu'sItemedy 'V'Vxxx-rm's: ...", free. Olda.t taken sweary thn'f.b fur.Muni..oupngpet S (;0. redly.nte.Patent. ; r I nt*'>

Cannon Street.Charleston FOLEY'S ,1 BIt tube, may with suitable contrivances Warran teal. Spe.ka noIce. .. w..' : ..... 111 tb. ,; .I.IA '

S. C. be Introduced within cavities where It We guarantee every bottle of Chamber Cream $cIQiiIific Rmerlcan. 41 ,

baa been heretofore practically impossible lain's Cough Remedy and will refund the Vermifuge hsnflsomslv Illustrated weaker.' 7 ve..t ; 1.I' <
the Cough sad heals the losgs. to Introduce the X raya. For the money to anyone who Is not satisfied after enlateon of anl.nl.raeo um.l .rm., .

Sash Weights Cord an Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption.MB. treatment of external cancer with radlam using two thirds] of the contents run so TF.. R. 'Pr ll'ijrr .SL ::::: :ri \ ,
'fhlals the best world for Has Led all WORM Remedies. f sew 4
la the .
.a. VACBEB, of 17: Osffood Bl., Chicago I have devised a glass bell shaped la remedy L dI < Hardware. srrltcs "My wif bd la grippe and U left .h.t clip within which the radium tube I.1 grippe, coughs, colds, croup and VERY: BOTTLK CUARAMTBf ,
with s very bad snog-lk on her loaf whl k! securr-d by means of a wire capable of whooping cough and la pleasant and safe SOLO ny ALL ORUOcisli.t.auo ., -----
Window UDTA5.ur.d..wpl.Mlr. ... to take. It prevents any' tendency of a BAN" ER SA L V'E"
and Fancy Glas'A 1'0..Y'Bo.o adjustment and Suitable to be placed .Y -
cold --
SPECIALTY. Red Cr088I-harmacy., over the part to be treated." all druggist to result and In medicine pneumonia.dealers.Hold by "JAMES"- -... -T....DALLA"" ----RD....- -.-.-RT.- -LOut- !'!-. the moat healing salve In the wa IU.EAST 4,,il I




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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 5. 1904.

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JAMES. PRITCHARD, President; WM. M. BROWN, vioe Pre.ideDEW. -
ANNOUNCEMENTS! of candidates for COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. The mOlt peculiar and Interestlog ,
t, EAST COAST ADVOCATE.. VISIT S. BBANSure, Asst. Cashier.
the various state and county offices Bight In America.

in this paper will be $5.00. Ex<.ep. (continued fronts 8th page.) TilE FLORIDA RIVER STATE
tion will be made In the case of INDIAN BANK
.. "..KLY JOCaSAL >>.VOT.>> TO Tel D TV.I<- .
School Ell Arnold; ........... 821
rMKNT OIP TH. IKOIA.IC sly.., LA KBWOBTH County Commissioners! or J T SlI e ............. .i' 0 Ostrich Farm Co. ,
Board officers who will be charged (1Jt...Cowart, .. ............ III
AHD BUOATBB..SKOTIOHS.. K C L,& Sup ('0. lumber.................. 12$80 COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
only $2.50. Platform", extra statements KB Arnold shell ......................... 4O 00Road Authorized
reasons etc., will be charged Fund Uls.No.' 4. JACKSONVILLE capital SlOO.cco
PUBLISHED EVERY rrtIDAY.Ol.aide ..... 171 mMSJunes.ir..suipReaforoonvl'ts. Paid up capital $40.ooo
All an KC Walker a oars shell
extra, according to space. ..... 2tm ... .
H. WALTOJI, Editor & publisher. nouncements must be I paid for In J Fl'revatt,sup con.lct..1.......... ..... 40 00 Average deposits- $160,000

advance to insure publication. Our Road Fund DU No.A. a,
Discontinuance of idvt. Daunt be made per. P P Cobb road supplies. ..,.......... JIIIHI G Transacts a General
.. printers positively say they will not w R llardee, road work............. 4 51 M Banking
ally at thin oflloe or by writing. work for fun. A Lmnont, .. .. .............. 3 tai
political J K) Itanlvnion, .............. IS (HIis
Rluliardson, .. .............. mit C ? Business.
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Ohenk.eto., may be made payable to CHABLK*I A A Uorsxy.J .. .. ... .......... Ml 1
B. ''WALTOM publisher.In ZION Robt. W. Davis will probably A Richard, .......... .. 2500/ I
Will Battle, .. ,....... ...... as 00 Largest and Oldest Bank on (lie River
remain in Florida until after .'I.lIndy. "/ .4 '..... ..... .. 'M 00 "
In writing to the ADVOCATE for inform the coming primaries!, for tbe W IJfuroton ..... ......., ................ J9 BO it d '9 Ir 1I Exchange bought; and Bold on all Fora'Il", ,
Uon \ kind the writer' will oblige by enclose, pur t: H Prlncer .' ...... ... .... III 1 I Countries.I'ntroiiaRe .
Oi ny of addressing voters in all CMIxon, .. .. ... .... 11 INI .
leg a stainpeil-aildresaed' envelope. pone JMOrmll, .... ..... .. 10 OO L :
parts of the state. We know he 8 with :C L& Sup Co road material.. ... .. It 13: treatment,and every favor ooimUtent l witii OUDeervative .
will
receptionANNOUNCEMENTS. .
meet a
BOSTON ORFICK-Tint KAST: COAST ADVO hearty ....... i Banking granted.CORREBPONDEJSTS .
J S I'a!gett& Co.road supplies 8 IK) I
OATH ban opened an nllloH at 4u4 At Inn Mo avenue Il l I IL
oston. which will be III charge) of Mr. Claude; Special Road Fund DI.No.4. ;;, \ ( I
C. Walton. K 0 Walker, H cars shell ................. 390 00 Phoenix National Bunk N. Y., Empire state
Q Trust Company,N.National Bank of .r" i L,_
Road Fund Dlti No. B
Special hTwnw
tonvllle. Jacksonville, Fla.
Address all communications to W D Edward,road work................. 'S 00 .
EASt COAST ADVOCATE, 1)H Conkling, loading shell............. 61 DO '.c1TTJSVILLE I. L.A.
TITUSVILI.B, FLORIDA. Under this head will appeal1 the announce- freight shell.......... ... 45 00 .
mennut of candidate for lbS various State and W H Hall unloading 112 00
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County office
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-- The chaige for Insertion of announcement Fine and Forfeiture Fund. :
0. S. Department of Agriculture, I from now until the iirimarluR' aro over, will bn D R Carlton,orlm pros J pot........ ..... 100
85.00,an exception,however (lining made In the J P Ill-own, *. .......... .... 20 es/ & Baker
Weatber Bureau-Jupiter, Fla, cane or those who seek election UM County Com H 0 Hr"n80n. a .............. 1 nil MeMurray
nimnloners, or Members of the County Hoard of U A Vrost, oony fees coot................. 10 00 ,
I'nbllo,, Instruction woo will be charged $2.BO, Feeding PttHoners Fund.
The following is a comparative state or one half the regular rate. J P Ilrown tooMnif .... 9800 Nearly 2N jrlnantle birds standing 8 to 10 feet
It Is to be understood that no an.I
fllstlnotl high,weighing mo to 4UO pounds earn. Ostrlcu 401.414 East Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida.
ment of temperature and rainfall for the nnuncemnnt will be Inserted without, being paid I On motion the Doard adjourned to nests e ostriches Sitting and baby ostriches ,
week ending Tuesday, Jan. 20( 100& for In advance as we have learned l from experience the'first In March loot at just hatched.irs.
meet Monday ,
tbat this Is tbe only safe rule. -Makers and Jobbers of-
-1004- -1903: Guides escort visitors through the farm ax-
SO
8
DATB. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. : a. m. pUUnlug all about the bird, their nests,habits,
27 72 6:1: 78 72 FOR COUNTY JUDGE. plumage,etc.
1 28 77 61 78 07 To the Democratic Voters of llrevard. County t Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH
29 80 0(1CO( 80 68 Having been honored by the voter.of Brevard ,. ,
80 07 80 67 count with the ollloe of County) Judge, I now F. A. LOSLEY

31 70\ r>s 75 HII( for come....re-election before you subject again to soliciting the primary your b.support be!held Brewing Asso's.Famous Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
1 70' 60') 77 (17 May 10th. If nominated and elected' I will en- THE BREWERY SALOON.
a 68 44 78 71 J duavor to continue In the discharge of the duties 010 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.lmpor.te(1 I First-Class Repairing and Palnting.-Etc. Etc.
of said ofllce with fidelity to the
Total rainfall for the week: .37 A. -'lNEY.: St.Louis Keg and Bottled
and Domestlc- ----- ----- ---- ----
Departure from normal rainfall for the Beer. -

from week:normal minus rainfall.40 Inches.since January Departure 1, FOR COUNTY TREASURER. Bold by Mesiin.F.A.Lesley and Wines Liquors & Cigars TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.

.' minus 1.60 Inches. To My Friend R.L.Motlow,TltunlUe,Fla. ,
HAL. P. UAHDIN, Observer. I kindly ask your support for County Treasurer The World Renowned Anheuser Busch.
Mr. R.L.Motlow Cocoa Fla.JOSEPHZAPF
,at the primary election May 10,1WH. By
L ._ ._ __ Ymirs truly, Brewing Association's Famous : Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
JOHN:: HKNRY. ,
FOR PRESIDENT-WHO ? Beers on draught.

East Coast friends be sure to call on me *
FOR "PITKIUKK.To ''

Former-President Cleveland, who the Voters at the' pcmitur.t lu. ('Amory.Irespectrnllya.no'mrenn ,.. candidatefor Sole Agent. when In Jacksonville.Foley's Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick..."
tut
will, probably, soon be on Indian nominal'.-n 'otlruofieorberllf.anelwmild: 610 to 620 West Bay Street,
River to enjoy the fishing haa thank yon all lot, MM.I-...i.p'ort, | at the primary, 11 Honey and Tarfor Offices foot ot Hogan Street Jacksonville Florida. Telephone No. 262,
May 10, 1K04 ito.puutl'ullyvonra' ,
quieted forever his own presidential J. 1*. 3 BROWN. .1 JACKSONVILLE FLA. I ; chlldren.safe.sure. No opiates. J. JIUNNERLYN, General Manager.The .

boom, and those who favored him

are transferring their efforts to FOR TAX COLLECTOR.To ---r-- -

furthering the chances of Judge Alton the Democratic Voters of Krevard'County I W. B. GOLDSMITH: : Oldest .l CBtabllHhed!: Grain and Seed House In the State.

,
hereby announce myself s a candidate foi
B. Parker of New York. Mr.
the oflloe of Tax Collector or Hrevard County
Cleveland said in an open letter "1 subject to the action of the democratic primary -Dealer*In- A Y41 t1W'm..A.
to be held May 10, 11)04. I earnestly solicit tbe : : .. Sours: cSc Co.
have not for a moment been able support of all my friends. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
E. Wr HALL. ,
I able mindto
nor am now to open my
PRODUCE O>' ALL KINDS. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN
the that In circum. SEEDS
thought,
any
FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.To TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. ,

stances or upon any consideration the Democratic Voter.of Krevard County tAt ___ _____________ __ ____ __ ____ _-- -_______ ___ __h__
1 should ever again become the the solicitation of many friends, I have Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers
nominee of my party' for the presi filially iteolded become a rondlilate for the of- TITUSiZTxxlx :: : : >roiiir"Ia'"f i'
line of I'rosoontlnit for thl. 113I-I.
dency. My determination not to the; next Ueiuonniuo, Attorney primary. I respectfully county at ST. LOUD,. MOo 112 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

do so Is unalterable and conclu. hull your support. Yours U.truly.A.,FROST. FEED AND SALK s SADDLE HORSES, Agts. for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.

sive.: Aa Mr. Cleveland has .
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staunch friends and bitter enemiesin ...IiTABLES.: .. BUGGIES,
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN8TRUCTION. '
f + 'J f t'
:# 3-----Ba:: .'' 1 l BBaSi-tid! E1F f
the democratio party, there la :: .
BAGGAGE J'L loSI CSBl'lHl' SURREYS
,
no doubt that his voluntary with. I hereby announce myseif a candidate for

drawal from the race for the nomination hu ofilueof for Brevard Bnperlntenclcut. county, subjtvt of 1'iililto to the decisionof Instruction TRANSFER s HBrJI W and TURNOUTS of Seed Potatoes.SPAULDING'S i
the democratic
will advance the cause of primary. I .
harmony in the party. The choice JOAN:: 11. WALKER. II A U L lNG, E TO. ..all kind.. .

seems to have narrowed down to FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, !: J. W7OSBAN & SON, I
ROSE No.4.
$3.25 Bbl.
Senator Gorman, Representative t hereby announce inynel fas a candidate for TITUSVILLEBack of Oeo. M. Kobbinn' office.FLORIDA .
llears and Judge Parker. election County; Cmuuiimloner for the KlrstilHtrlot BLISS TRIUMPH, $3.00"
------------ ------ ----- -- -----
mihj-ot to the notion of the daiuooratloirllnury.
!Senator Hanna has frequently de. May lU, 11JOoI. ll I HEBRON, $2.75" I
o. K. NAU fA-i.:: -188a- -21st year- -1004-
clared that he does not want the republican Garden and Field Seeds.

nomination, but his I L o. vivrassDFtoro': sooca.jstixs.ixi3.: : I

friends and especially many enemies TO)Ihrvtugbeen the Democrat. urged Voter.by roan of Brevard voters County and tax i The Geo H. Feinald Hardware Co. I 14 East Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla. J

.
of President Roosevelt, believe tnynrs tobouomeaoniididute for re-eleclloii I ,
could i-reby aniiouure" myself HH a candidate for
that he be induced
to Jo. nty CoiiiinisHloiier from the 4th 1)lstrlct subonr -----aaa ea t --ems
accept it when the proper time to the action. or the deinoomtlc primary of 'I\I.A..CI-IINE: + IIO P .
of May 10,1:84.' I will appreulute' the cupport of "
comes. The Senator and the president all democrats

disagree on the nomination of JOHN C. JONES:: :JnJ..portant: :: : Stale Or:: u

General Wood, which is a very Important Slnstors Sale. PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING. BUILDING 'SUPPLIES.SAHFORD .

question to each of them.

The General Is one of the Presi CARPETS.SPRING GOQDS ARRIVING
>ICR AND BY VIRTUE!: OF A FINAL
.
dent's closest USl FLOIUDA.
friends and the failure docreo of foreclosure and sale male andfOl1d..lln DAILYMATTINGS -

of the Senate to confirm his ap- trovard Florida the Circuit Court In and for ___ _____ __ u_ ____ __ __
county wborelu Emma Mnrnnr)
pointment would bo regarded as a Moninplaluunt an.II.l I... Alilennan et al., are
lefendauts I the nndoreln.' *d an Hpnelal, Master'
direct slightto the Chief Executive in Chnncert, will on the 7th day or March: \. II.um P. RiilsilzTLaxi c& Co.
Yet this Is exactly what Senator \ the Hume biting the first Monday. of March .
nil I 'ev il edavct. Ilforcashro the hlaliuHt ,
henna is trying his best to do. and iHiot bidder th..or tint following!,rol'ert'I"ho 261 Washington St )l NEW YORK. .

Senator Platt and Depew have now said John Henrr, as Special Master. In U3 Slurray Stieet. J N. Y.
'hance'y, will sell "before the Court: House door
Joined him, and this is part the III TlrllM;' lie, r..va..1 I county, Florida' on tba.
first )Monday In March. ltN'4' ail, that. tract of RUGS
cause and part result of the quarrel 1'.llvlnac' In llrevard county, Florida, and das- .
More Gooils
.. Better Goods and Lower
nlho.I. rnllnws towlt
in the :
in
republican rants New Oranges Pineapples .
The South Went quarter .>f the South! East *
York between Senator Platt and imirternf Mrotlon, (U)Thirteen in Township :JI\. : Prices than any other house in the South.: Send for samples: .
Governar Oilell. Recognizing the or Month lass.of Range 37 East!: containing 44aoies. more

danger of this quarrel to himself And the said Wade IF. Jones as Special )Mss> and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
ter In ( the first
Chancery on Monday in March,
and to the party prospects in the IIKM ; f acture known as the Alderman.
state the summoned the I'niture In Hrevard County. Florida,lylnx< westerly represent several of the largest shippers in your State, and wish to representyou =::_ E_ CL.AR2: ::,
president from Fort Pierre sell for cash to the highest

two rivals to a White House con and best remaining bidder and all the ranging following In the iwrsonal counties properly of also. Give us a trial shipment. Established UO t years.KSTAHLI8HED 27 WEST FORSYTH ST. . JACKSONVILLE FLA.

ference. It is generally believed nceolu, Brevsnl and. Dade, State of Klorlda" ---- -- -- -

that the result of the conferencewas descrllietl All the Interest as follows of Emery I.. Lesley and his !: 1870. SOMETI3IN: ::: G- NEW.
a union between the Presidentand ..wife Jennie f.esteyInthe.tockofeattlewidto .
I>. I.. Alderman/ by Kill of Bale dated Jan. 21.
the Governor against the Sen. A. 11. 1'Kll. Said. stock being marked crop split ELASTIC PULP PLASTER-For Plastering Walls and Ceilings.
ator followed In one ear, crop underslope In the other also M. & Son One half the Same .
weight.
by from cost.
a promise crop split. |In one ear, sharp lu the other and Lane COMPARED] Twice tbe strength. Great '
Mr. Roosevelt that Governor Odell uoe"branded, and"J club Fleur de luce"" and "J Y Kleiir\ de WITH I Will not crack or crumble durability.
will the federal cross. he hard nnlabed or painted.
get patronage for JOHN:: HENRY, COMMONCan bold on metal tile anti Drink,
the state, :Naturally Senators Special Master In Chancery. 250 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK. i today, carpenters follow tomonrw.
WADE It.JGNRH! J Water not weaken or discolor It.
Platt and Depew objected to this. Special Master In Chancery. PLASTER Malls can be ffrlyen Into It and withdrawn Just as with wood.

Senator Ilnnna will support them Feb.5,1044 Southern Fruit and Produce We have the exclusive sale In Brevaril. anti Dade Count... Address

while they in turn will support him Notice. EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY

in preventing General Wood's appointment Dealers In Lumber and Building Material EAU GALLIE FLA

to be Major General and Oor.c..xo..1ss1.oD.:: : erohac..ts:
.\. ('. CROON COMPTROLLER Or THE ::
may instruct their New York dele. I, State of Klorlda. do certify that a Banking
gates to demand Hanna the Association under the name of the Planters' & O'ZZara'
at Hedges
ccn- Security Hank, located' ",'IIlIn. Florida and FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. <
vention. organlaeil under the Laws of Florida bas com- ,

It loon as if chances of harmony riled Florida( with before the Banking commencing Law.the of the business State of of Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application. ..Manufacturers and DealersIn.| ..

in the democratic increasing banking and that by virtue of the authority Rough
party were vested In me by Section 2174 of the Revised. and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
as rapidly as they are going itatntps of the State of Florida' the Associations Dressed

in the other direction for the lanklng hereby{Imslness authorised under to tr
republicans.The with.a capital stock of 15,000.00. Wills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write os for prices Delivered
Given under my hand and seal of omoe this to any part of the State. Address
latest : &
name mentioned Hodges O'llara, Buffalo Bluff Fla.
,
as a 20th day of January,A.D. HW4.
110 Murray Street and 100 West Street, NEW YORK.
candidate for the democratic nomination ('''Seal A. C. CROOM. -

for President of the United felil 8tl Comptroller. ...................... ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER If
4 States, is that of Gen. Nelson A. Notice to Creditors. Fruit and Produce Commission M erehant. .

Miles. One of the obstacles which t E. Vesey Hall, t yon are, get one of Walton' Patent

the Miles supporters will have to Calking Tools Invaluable to boat-
'. HOLDING CLAIMS AGAINST f Georgians, Fla. i ;
overcome is the lack of popularityof ALL estate of William M. Merwln,deceased, SPECIALTIES : builders and owners of boats. Calks
are directed to present the cam to the nn- Boat Builder. |
their candidate in the
south. i
d..tvne.l-tb.administrator of his .taln
boats
The G. A. R. would flock to his care of the County Judge at Tltnavtlle Florida. Florida Pineapples Oranges Grapefruit more rapidly than any other
sup. within two yean from the publication of this ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK.. calking tool in the world. Price $4.00
port) and make. him a strong can. notice,otherwise the same will be barred. i. Estimates.s
Write
:lid ste. (81)D.. P. MERWIN, Extra Early Beans and Vegetables. for and $3.00 each, at ADVOCAT office,

5,1904. Administrator.. ...................... TUnsYllle. Fla.








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HOW TO SAVE ICE. Eden. Melbourne. I. [ ,

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of- on the ice bill Club Mrs., last Curoton entertained the Whist! _':>>- Subscriptions for the DYOCATIC,
economy Tuesday
\ The question evening. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be J
that appeals forcibly to every Mrs. John Miller bad received at the Melbourne Postoffice.
a :
delightful
very
well to hotels
onkeeper., as as rostaouu. I
outinjf at Hobe Sound last week.
iuUlieiigroc i8, druggist, and '
;' : merchant who We hope that RICHARD W OOODK.-n l Estate, NoUrj1ublio
D .i', fact to every consumes spring has come. The and (' "',
0 '< lJ |In Ins business. lime trees and mulberries. are putting on Mv rHMil| and LoulonandhloboHartfonl anilProvtilenra :
Numerous teats and careful experiment- bloom. vlaahlnKtnn Fire Insurance ComJinnies. .
resulted In the discovery of the Special atteutiou nalU l to the lut r- '
", t have Miss Florence Robinson went White eats ot nan,residents.

0Q. '( tour Ice ICE box PAD or> the which ice, when chamber placed of City brief visit.Junction, last: Wednesday, for a DR I.. A. I'EEK-I'HY810IAN AIm SCTKOKON.R !' i

". ,nr refrigerator: will reduce the conniption lik .\, of your fee 15; to 33 1-3 per cent. Mr' and Jlrs ,'. LeTourneau drove afttirmwu.
,
;::1 ;he Pad I Ic an ingenious, little device to Eldred, last Sunday: afternoon, to visit I
; pllcltyof which la one of its greatestthe old friends HOTEL IU.LLEVUE-I..lbIIlMIA. Florida A
I commendations.. All l you do l is to place healthy winter resort. on high pine lane, over- "
The Social Club met at Mr. C.A. Rob- 1..klulllodlan River. Rate t 111 slid upward
oo the bottom of your Ice chamber inson's, last Friday and pt-r day. Special| rate lure week or nennnn. ,
th the Ice roaring upon it, and it will evening report a Write for rates to Madam M. M. Campbell, ,
: Write for booklet. very Jolly evening. ::Malinger n. \V. Camplieil Proprietor. '
,; e the rent. ;\ .
1>. G. WALTON, AGE T.Titullville There was a Kirge/ congregation at the '
I.e Florida, church, I List Sunday: to listen to novo F. Mrs. Eason, of New York, a late guestof I
", W. Wuutlierwax. Hotel Bellevue has gone te Miami. I

;'1 f---MRS.' IDA D. BRUNER John McCormack, of McCormack llibbs, Miss Jessie Ooixlo has gone to Jacksonville : 1I 1II
e & Co., was calling on his many friends to visit her .sister, Mrs. James I. ::

) General Manager for the World on the Sound, this week. Uogg. _.
:
Famous The meeting of the C. S's. at Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells and Messrs. .
I F. 1 Klchauls', last :Monday, evening, was Standford and Prescott Wells have re- .
:1 i' "BulIn ote'Fig; a4.wFor well intended and very pleasant turned from their visit to Daytona and M;

? all Ills of Women.All Rollins College! Is having a siege of Ormond. '" y \' '

letter of inquiry' cheerfully answered measles Mod LeTourneau writes that Mr. and Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell gave a 1 'vty
Local office at Park Cottage he Is enjoying an attack at present. banquet at their home last week Ioonr ty
"
home Masons and a number of brother O. DE ( :
West Palm Beach Fla.
The wardens hereabouts
are looking ottlue >
Masons from other .
fine. The rains which points.A :
are very unpleasaut !'!
for our friends, the ton lists, are of large party from Eau Qallia came ; {
Stuart. great benefit to us and our "g.udeti sass" down last Friday evening; to attend the I
Leap Year Dance. Mr. Hurt Ives of LaGrange ; ,
Robinxon. '
Mis. Will and daughter! :
and MIssHeleo Miller were also
made a very pleasant visit ol several ting
and Mrs. J. C Hancock visited here. All report a good time.
Mr. / days with her many friends hare, while Eau a')' '
1 JenHon, Wednesday. her husband was absent, on business in Mr. MoNairy returned to his Indiana a ball : ;. :

0. O, Poppelron had some trouble with Jacksonville.The home last Monday, regretting to leave
oil stove, Saturday, and nearly lust Melbourne so soon. We also .regret to Mra:
n musical, which will be given next
III home by fire.: week by Mrs. Hudson at Tibbals, bid see people go who aro so delighted with the ) \
our town. Mrs. McNairy and her friend
Mr, and Mrs. Louis MeFarland and P. fair to eclipse anything yet attempted on Mrs. Crest still remain in Melbourne.We .
\, Potter took a pleasant trip up Bessey the Sound. Our own sweet singer, Miss be
Livek, Wednesday. Robinson, will assist, and all her iliends notice by an Item in the Cocoa pa- party ,
from this! place will be there, besides per, that there Is uo room In Melbournefor Jno. ( ,
t Will Dyer now has his motor in goodworking everybodys friends from ever'ywhereelse.Our visitors-this Is a big mistake, as R. L, :
order, and be goes merrily over Hotel Bellevue, and other houses, in
the waves wind or no wind. school children cannot understandwhy "
Melbourne, have plenty of room yet to
I they are palled upon to suffer so. The :: ;
Barry Sample, of Fort Pierce, was Twenty-four human beings packed into spare. ;

here, Thursday, bavin some repair work one wagon. Quite frequently they walk, Frank Robertson has a force of men repairing local
dune to his launch at Lee's boat yard. rather than submit to the squeezing, but the damage done by fire to the I

Robert McFarland went after the finny It is too far to walk the entire distance. Carleton cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Smith S. K I / /
tribe again; on Tuesday, and landed 6 The boys feel so sorry for the girls that and \Mr. and 1\1\ I'lt. Owen, of Chicago, who est : ;
nheopsliend whith weighed 20 pounds they frequently get on top of the wagon, have been guests; of the Carleton cottage full \ \
. and one of the boys rode on the running for some time, left last Tuesday: to visit Mr. \ h
B.G Ball launched his auxiliary flshboat gear, last week, but the driver is afraid other points In the state. ere returning are I \ ; ,
this week, and now all he has te do Is to of limbs being broken, so he insists on to their northern homes.Melbourne : i
the crank and she will do the party \(
turn rest. their riding inside of the wagon. To I

W, L Coggshall, one of the largest bee think ot paying $:.JU) a month for such cess.Dr. t
raisers In the United States, was here service when for a less amount we could Beach. ; :

the first of the week, visiting his friend, have our own school and teacher Ir.will sented : t "
0.0. Poppelton.Mr have to be different another year or there day. i f
will be civil war. Mrs. Nina Cosgrovo, of Cbautauqnn, I
[ and Mrs. Fred Galllgher; of Cairo, N. Y., wn vltdting Mr. and Mrs. WhitIng I'
111., will arrive, this week, for their usual the Glad of the week.L. '
winter visit. They have rooms engagedat White City.Mr. 'it
B. Yale of etc., '
the Bessey house for the season. Syracuse, N. Y., old y
friends of Mr. Perry's, dined with him good I
The launches Viola and Gertrude are at Myrtle cottage on Tuesday. Dr.
, hauled out at Lee's boat yard. The Deedrlch l is working among the ; ; I
Viola is having her sides raised, and the pines In \Vaveland.Mr. It. O. Gibbs in making one of his fly- turned Beach '
Ing/vlsits to his parents. We ale sorry
Gertrude Is receiving a general overhauling and Mrs. Sorrenson entertained a tho
his. business is such that his visits must :
few select friends Sunday afternoon.Geo. be so brief.

L. C. McFarland and P. A. Potter Beck was home from Palm Beach for :
Ping Pong seems to .l>e the favorite
landed tho largest tarpon of the year, for a few days, returning Sunday even- this with Dr. I
bore, Tuesday. The fish was six: feet Ing. game, season, our young peo- / 1
while their elders
ple them.
; content '
long and a rare specimen of the Silver ; i
King family. Sunday being the last day of deer sea- selves with the less vigorous !games of Mrs. t
son, most of our sporting lads were out cinch, flinch and logomachy, r

two Stuart now has three school house, on a bunt. Messrs. J. S. Owen and A. W. Smitb, and .4't: f
public and one private. Miss\ Kick- ken ii
Mr. and Mrs. Carlson, of North An- who were among those who took an Involuntary by
lighter of
!Starke:! arrived, Sunday: night: !
amt, took charge of public school No. :2 l, kona, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. bath in the Mammouth Cavein The
Kentucky, took dinner with Miss ; ;
HoniUy morning. H. Larsen, last Sunday. son's ( ( )
Cumings at Myrtle cottage oji Friday.Mr. lug by
Venison has been plentiful here, Mr and Mrs. Dalllnger from Alllca \
very of
this week, neatly all the hunting parties Ohio, Is spending a few weeks here enjoying Chandler, with a party of friends
being successful. Billie Bowlegs and our beautiful climate.Mr. onboard his beautiful yacht, the Idler, I>r.
stopped at the Beach, while Rev 8. Del-
Youu f
Willie John, Seminole braves I! i
two white
were Oleson's thoroughbred leghorns :
ID ahay Paine and, wife Dr. and ;Mrs. Veach, their
from the Everglades"" bringing in veal- are doing well, and nearly every Mr. and Mis. E, 1'. iiiunch and Miss the
son an'i furs. one in town are making(, arrangements to Eaton made several calls.

There will be services at the M., E. procure eggs for hatching.Mrs. Dr. l \ r
Thursday was a very quiet day at the his I "
church, next Sunday conducted by Rev. Orrel who has been sufferingwith
.
Mr Beach. Admiral 1 J. H. Uillls, with four.teen the ,
Tomklen, and on the Sunday follow- neuralgia for some time past, went aboard the I*>:twn, left for Palm wards t I
lag Revo W V. Lane will in (he and had
preach to ,Titusville a few days ago Beach, and Miami the weather should work.
morning and Archdeacon Brown will de
which
some teeth extracted were sup favoiable.
prove Capt. R. W. Beau jean,
liver a sermon in the evening.We posed to have causad much of the pain. with a party of eight, sailed over to Mal The ,

notice an article going; round in the' Mr. Austin Is having shrubbery, shade abar. '" I t

papers that Mr. FUgUr is spending trees and fruit trees net 'around his residence The service Inaugurated a week '
'.,IHHI) to get 10 feet of water from Lakeworth ,, which Is something that every- ago'Sllnday song, on account of the ovoifiow those '

Inlet to the anchorage In front of body ought to pay more attention to; of chilliness from the north, met at Myr !
tbe hotels at Palm Beach. This work thus beautifying their homes, yet how tilt ot>ttage: where our home talent rendered -
oouldn't be done for $100,000. few people, her, ever try to make their tome very good music. Miss ; ., f

i ii Hoffman[ Allan Is one of tbe best fishermen homes look homelike and attractive. Hicks presided at the organ. Mr. Jlbbs, last : ,
'! at the Bessey house this 8el\
While at Gilberts Bar, Tuesday, Mr. Merritt.Frank good; story, was reminded several very wel '
Allan landed a number of snappers, rock interesting revival stories. C:
ash, spot etc., and he also landed was in I

s reel.monster sting ray, with his rod and M. Gilbert, of Evansville, Ind., South Rockledge.Scott a par ; : ,

the veteran sportsman and correspondent Capt ,
for American Field, Forest and vessel : : ;

Tibbals. /Stream, Rod Gun and Kennel, etc., has and Matthews rare enjoyIng the the !: ( '! : / ; ;): !>;
been an honored guest( of Blair cottagethe Dr. / :! : : I,
beauties of Palm Beach this week.
past few weeks. He is also a mem- iliary : t:4 j
Mrs. J H. Andrews entertained at the ber of tbe League of American Sportsmen B. L. Johnson's mother and sister, of John

Hub House, on Thursday afternoon. which is known to be the most Philadelphia, are expected here on Sat tor \ ( ; f
the kind in the : ( .
association of :
Mr. : prominent urday.
and Mrs Saeger, of Palnesvllle, 0., tho ,
no less a celebrity, fora :: / :: :;
country-having
we I
now tbe guests of Mrs. E. J. Luce. Hon. A. R. Moore, of Merritt, wa here doIng -
member than our President, / ri
vereln I
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There has been nofrost here yet, and Theo. Roosevelt. Mr. Gilbert Is Game business on Tuesday. He Is pushing : ::)/ ; t

we hope to pass this month safely Warden of the tat district, at his home, the real estate business. Ueo. I '

bough we will feel more comfortable after also Rear Warden of American League, Mr. and Mrs. White and Mr. and Mrs. :
March 15th. and ha had the courtesy extended him Martin, of Paterson, N. J., were visiting posl ; : ; I

The concert, which was to take place by local warden, C. (L Kacey, of Wave- Mis. Salmon on Saturday. \

It:t the Club House, on Monday evening land-who has Invited him Waveland to extend his There will\ be a big crop of candidatesfor 1
few day as
has. been postponed on account of the trip, to spend a public offices this season, so look for i
i his before leaving our sunny land. One 'l
''mesa
guest;
of
several who were to assist. Mr. Gilbert la well pleased with Merritt their announcements In the ADVOCATK.B. fresh ,,

Quite a party went to Fort Pierce, Island, and, being a pigeon farmer as L. Johnson I... out In tbe woods trying She: t.
I&pping, on Monday, and it is centainly well as ex-jndge at poultry shows is so to find his three blooded cow., be Dr. / t
t 1 treat credit to a young place like that well pleased with Mr. Blair's poultry, bought; at the C lambers' sale last fall. By '*
;0 have so storekeep- bringing all his fine
many enterprising that he contemplate*
and >ded! rain fell here
11'11, A very heavy n w :
who have been
keep such a stock of the different stock of fan-tail pigeons, that
night and all day Sunday. The t
> kinds of goods, that we can always prize winners for many vear, all over Saturday Cross. ,
i wind blew and made the
or-
elect' something satisfactory. the world-and going into business with very strong, .
_________________ % Mr. Blair at Merritt. anges drop badly 1 .'

Better Than Gold/ The Island, In Mr. Gllbert'se tlraatlon, H. W.Matthews naphtha launch has a
"1 U a beautiful pot, and exceedingly arrived In Cocoa. lie paid the freight !:
: was troubled for several years with healthy.Mr. at Bascom, 0., and. now the railroad Tbe ;
f.
"tonic Indigestion and nervous deblllJ with him one of his
Gilbert has company presents a bill for $123 for and d(
d'J> writes F. J. Green, Lancaster, N. fine bunting doge.Escaped freight. Pretty good bill for an open
"No remedy helped me until I be1511 boat, l6ft.long. Such work Is 'going to from I

De using Electric Bitters, which did an Awful Fate. w keep people from shipping things; here; I
more good than all the medicines I
i also has a strong tendency to keep people Leave ,
'rI o'er used.! They have also kept my Mr. H. Hoggins: of :Melbourne, Fla., away. I : : ,
''te m excellent health for years. She writes, "My doctor told me I had con- ) '
a7a Electric Bitters are jest splendid sumption and nothing could be done for f I
1 or female troubles that a to die. The offer Nearly Forfeits' IIU Lifer
; they are me. I was given op Lra..' J : : i
:*and tonic and Invigorator for weak, of a free trial bottle of Dr. Kln '* New A runaway almost ending fatally, J{ f f;
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caw down women. No other medicine Discovery for Consumption Induced me started a horrible nicer on the leg of J. :
take Its place in our family. Try to try it. Result were startling. I am BOrDer, Franklin Grove, 111. For four '
eed ern; Only 50o. Satisfaction guaran- now on the New recovery and urely years I It defied all doctors and all reme- .rrl... : : : ] I'I
by Red Cross Pharmacy, TItusville. to Dr King's Dlacovery. It dies. But Bucklen. Arnica Salve had :
saved my life." This great cure Is guaranteed no trouble to cure him. Equally good \
for all throat and lung diseasesby for Burns, Skin Eruption and Piles. J ;
f that '
k m reach thl office before Price 6Oo *
do not Red Cross Pharmacy. 25o at Red Cross Pharmacy, Titusvllle. :

eooa on Thnr day.. $1.00. Trial bottles free. ly ) '

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kind that bJstor will ever remember.

"Tho man on the black horse before

Small Potatoesresult the linen wan General "John B. Gordon

and the boy who shouted back at Hotel lvlarthoroughBroadway

from a lack ofPotash him wan young Hupp who before that
day bad never taken part in a battle. ,

I "These are some of the stories told. :30th and 37th Streets NEW YORK.
by Gordon's men and there are countless
others like them showing what 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights Co,
C ducted on American and European plans, and is managed under the
be wan and the devotion paid him by pcrsot
..hid'y Fjkr supervision of the owner.
in the soil. Potash pro- his men but here is another showing. E. S. CROWKLL, Manager.;
Gordon in a different situation: ? SpN fi
duces size and ---
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WI have. cast ever reached by Confed
val u a b I. erate troops was Wrlghtsvllle Pa., to 41L Hotel Yell donie Broadway1 and 41st Street:! ,

book which which village General Gordon and his L[ NEW YORK CITY.
explain more brigade marched one day to capture a

fully the far -- .r i11 certain bridge spanning the Susquebanuu FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, dingle and en suite with private baths and tone

tlll.ingvalueof river. This bridge was about rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.50; large rooms $l' and with
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Potash.We one mile long and led across the river private bath $2.50 per day and upwards. The management In under the eBonal'supervlslon ,

and him will ++ directly into Wrlghtsvllle. y Pt ,, of the owner. FRANK CRUEN Manager

free to "When the Georgians hove in sight v 1 f
any S s ---'---
farmer who 1 they found a force of about 1,000 militiamen or '----'

write for ; w in posture dl'teuse.tmt these F<>::R. SA..LE.Hotel

them.GERMAN fellows MOOD gave way firing tbe bridgeas .
KALI WORKS. they retreated. The men In gray zc1 .i

Yew V.rk.. "..... lit...... .rft. swept on, fighting the flames, as they
.JUtuI.Mo.4th..d Ollv"...
marched 'and, reached the other Bide/ with Seven. Cottages and >ic

before the structure gave way, but the Tri-lVeekly Sailings
. Acres of La.n.d.
fire had spread. A lumber yard at the

Free and river's edge and some of the houses in
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
Accented Masons. the town were burning.
III "Now, General Gordon had received

i orders to let private property alone. Calling; at Charleston, S. C., both ways)

There was to be no burning and pillage
Indian No. 00Titusvllle charged against Confederate troops in The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service

Pennsylvania if It could be avoided.
River' And so, though the militiamen themselves The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

had started the work of destruction Direct Service Between
Lodge. r \ Florida. General Gordon assured the people -
Jacksonville Boston Providence all Eastern Points
.apd
Holds 1M meeting the looondand forth Friday the fire would be extinguished by ,
of each. month, .1 tholr room, Indian River tit
Hotel Tltui rllle,at 7:30 o'clock p.in. his men. So thy brigade stacked arms (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both, ways) 0
T.H..Sander. Wordhlpfiil Maater. In the middle of the long street that SEMI-WEEKLY BAILINGS1
f A. Morgan Senior warden Southbound... ....... .. from Lewis Wharf Boston
M. 8.Bams Junior Warden. formed the "town. Hardware stores Northbound. ...... ....... ....... .............from foot of Catharine Street, Jacksonville
.J.M. lxon, Tn..lltrer.. were broken Into and dozens of buck-
J.R. .
J.U.WalkerJ.8ucl'tltary.Black,Chaplain. eta secured. Then two long lines were Clyde St. Johns River Line.
K.M.Taylor Senior U aoon. I formed by the men In gray privatesand
R. E. MlinH, Junior Denocm.U. '
H. Walton Honlor Steward.A. officer alike. One line passed back (Deliary Line.) '. y.
Mi $: n
'.A. Stewart, Junior Steward. the empty buckets to the river and tho DETWEE { JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. ; '
] .W.ItobertH,
F.M.:Wooten.Tyler.Ularnhal.GORDON other passed the buckets filled with water Stopping at Palatka Astor,St. Pranol.Berasford(DeLand),and intermediate landings -
: to their comrades who dashed the on the St..lobo'River.

Lt water on to tho flumes till the dangerwas STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE."

AND HIS MEN finally over. Is appointed to sail an follows; Leave Jacksonville, Sundays, Tuesdays" and Thursdays 8:30 p.m. e it tw
Returning leave Sanford, Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays, uWa. m. 9
"And these are the things which
South-Ucmml North-Bound
i make General John II. Gordon so well Read down. SCHEDULE. Read op.

Stories the Confederate Lead- loved in GeorgIa-In all the south aye- LeaveLeave 3 do p in. ?.... ...................Jacknonvllle.Palatka. .............\........... Arrive 200.. m. Located at SARNO three quaters ot a mile south of EAU OALLIK, FLORIDA .
and front one end of this wide land to I 8 48 p. m. ............................ .......... ........... .....Leave 8 CO p. m.
Leave 3 UO a. m. ................. ........ Astor ....... .... ............ Leave 3 SO p. m. on the Eau Oallle River, less than half a mile from the Indian River, and two
er's Kind Deeds. the other. Leave 4 30 a. m. ........... ........ St Francis......................... Leave lOOp. m and :Ja half miles from the Ocean. The Is two hundred miles south
Leave ...................Bere.lord (De Land) ..... .................Leave 12 00 noon property of
' Arrive 8 30 a. m. ......................... Sanford... .... .......... ....... Leave 9 so a. m. 'acksonville, on the Florida East Coast Railway, with the Railroad Station ad-
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARK TAKING Arrive 10:00 a. ui ..................,......Enterprise.............. ..,........ Leave 10 00 a. mu.
WHY THE SOLDIERS IDOLIZED HIM When take Grove's Tasteless Chill joining the property. Buildings erected In 1800) and some of them have never
you GenM Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.r. .
Tonlo because the formula Is plain I been occupied, the original owner having died a few months after their completion.The .

printed on every bottle showing that it II r.M.IRONMONGBR1."a.: ,Ajwt,Gen.Paes.Airt 204 Went Bay St.,Jacksonville,..... hotel was opened for about two months prior to the owner's death, and
.An Incident of When Iron and In tasteless G.COOPER.,Local Frt. Jacksonville O. P. LOVELL Superintendent Jacksonville.
They Klret simgly Quinine a Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville FI... has not been used since. All the buildings were erected In the most substantial
Called Him Kind Hearted-A Young fo.-m. No cure :No pay. fiOcts. A.O. HAGKRTY, Oen'l asn' I......Ant.New York. ()LYJI!: MILNK, Gen. Frt.Art.,New York.THJ manner and are now In excellent condition The hotel and eott ges are completely
O. O. ROKK, General Manager. WM. 1* OLTUH CO.General.. Agents.
Prwate'e Tribute to the Ueneral.An Cluwebrougb Building lY State St..Opposite Battery< Park New JI ork. furnished and very little of the furniture has ever been nied. There are two

balance of Gordon'. Hnmanlt The European powers have warned C. II. WALTON. Agent Tltuaville, Fla.Atlantic artesian wells twenty cisterns connected, with sewer etc.
Colombia that If she gets
into
In War trouble --- The property cost the original owner $18,000: and will be sold at a sacrifice.

The following stories of the late Gen with the' United States they will not The above cut fairly represents the property.For .
k help her out. The
eral John It. Gordon the Confederate European powers particulars apply to or address,
have learned whole Coast Line
a lot In tho
leader are told by nome of tbe men of few years. past R'y. EZRA HATCH. D. L. GAULDENV\i. A. WARNOCK,

bill company nuys a writer In the Atlanta Caretaker on premises, Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner,

Constitution: California Prune Wafer, Eau Gallic.\ Florida. Tltuaville, Fla. Jamaica, N. Y ,
The Great Through Car Line from Florida.
"When General Gordon first rode into Purely vegetable they are nature's -

the linen of his I brlgudo that later took product and should be In every house TO THE KAST.
IF YOU WANT A.
bis nume hu sow two men astride a hold. They euro constipation and all t ..
dlllordtrR of the stomach liver and bow.els. Over Its own rails to Savannah (Charleston Richmond and Washington thence i :
wooden while
pole, n guard paced up Kallroad.
and down near by. 100 wafoid, 2r:>ots. Ked Cross Phar- via the Pennsylvania

'What urn those fellows on that many. TO TIIEV1 8T. Lot

pole forT demanded the now general., sir Schwab would-like to have it underxtood The Louisville A; NaMivIlle, via Montgomery Tlie Mobile A Ohio K. R. ...Building ,

"Some one told him the pair were culprits that In the shipbuilding trust TO TIIK LAST VIA S'l'I AIUSIIP. 4
court uiurtluled for
shooting ammunition I case he was simply an Innocent by Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Phtladeldhla, Doac a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY
at squirrels In camp and now ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to Now York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah ..
being punished for this Infraction of and Met'chants' and MlnerR' 'I'ransporttalon Company for Baltimore LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,

orders. The general waited to hear -..-- and l'hlladelphla. PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDE: ,

no more, but sat down und wrote an order stnnder.Sick
We probably have for sale just a bats ou are seeking.
directing the colonel of the regiment TO KI3Y WEST AND HAVANA.Via .

to which the two belonged to release Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company, Settlers are flocking In but utlll there Is room. It you an ,

them both at once. That was t4e' looking this way, drop a line to
very first order John I). Gordon ever Connection Made Jacksonville forall Points

Wrote us a brigadier!, general and the Blood JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd. Vice-Preildent
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A1ILKAGK TICJU':T8.
tory, spreading the
through brigade
like wildfire, made him an Idol from Interchangeable mileage: tickets Rood: over 13,000 miles of among the princi- FLORIDA EAST COAST:: R'Y, :

that moment. pal railroads in the southern states are on Hale by the principal agent. .- ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

"That Is why they culled him 'kind Feed pale girls on Scott'sEmulsion. For reservations and information apply to agents of tho A. C. L., or write, .' --- .- .
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hearted! At leant that In when they FRANK C. BOYLSTON, W. 1 1). STARK Trav. 1"as8.-Agt."
1:18Vest: St. Astor Building JACKSONVILLE: FLA.II. .
first Hpoke of him lu that way. Day .j..A4
")laJor Robert Stiles of Richmond We do M. EMERSON, Traffic Manaarer. W. J. CRAIG, 43en'1. Pass. Agent DETR0IT IteJflv A
not need to give all WILMINGTON, N. C. tale I
author of :
'Four
Years Under Murse
_ Robert,' bays! General Gordon In battle the reasons why Scott's ----- .- t


was eyes the ever most looked glorious upon.human He being dencrlbea bin Emulsion restores the strength SE JB<>..A. Z I> '' ''' c7114 vt/ 0

and flesh and color of
him in the first day's tight at Gettysburg good II'

his face radiant his figure erect health to those who suffer AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR /t
iuouuted on u splendid ebony charger
with gleaming eyes and proud arched from sick blood. ezv"e GWNST

neck. The rider fairly stood In bin LOWS. i to owe
The fact that it is the best ---. 3
stirrups amid bareheaded waved both

hands, while hU eonoious voice rolled preparation of Cod Liver Oil, SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, e AGtrOllt
out such exhortations as only he knew 10U1lVI
how to make to anldlers. Thus they rich in nutrition, full of healthy WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, rsCITY

charged with the great black charger stimulation is a suggestion as ; v
Joyful In the midst of the Hushing mus .
kets. to why it does what it docs. Two Elegant Trains Dally .' NARawtL

"Gordon's Georgia brigade, which Scott's Emulsion presents Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. ,
formed the right of ICuily'a division
drove back the Fedmalt from before I Cod Liver Oil at its best, MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

Gettysburg, buck through the town fullest in strength, least in ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through: Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. -
and beyond to the slopes of Cemetery I J4QtfAt

hill, slaying hundreds and capturing taste.

other thouHumK Young women in their For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent '/IJI}

"Ibe buttle Is over. The sun Is slaking Seaboard, or writeA.
deep lu blood red Hen teens cured
glow. lu are permanently
MA.CDONKLL, Aiwt. Gen. Pass. Ajjt. IS. C. BOYLSTON Pass. Agt.
the woods and Melds are laying away 1lP
the disease of the
the dead. The routed 1'ederals cower i I|jof I peculiar JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. BJAc

on the hill beyond the town. Drawnup I I blood which shows itself in For .
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in long lines In tho suburbs stand SAVAJt.SOUTHERN'

9 serried ranks of victorious men In paleness,weakness and nervousness Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company. SMOOTH RUN

gray. An oiHcer on a superb black by regular treatment j rJP
steed rides up to each section of the
with Scott's Emulsion.It United tttatec Feet Stall Route t'or- rraRAILWAY
long gray line In turn. He stops one I ,
regiment KEY WKST CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES VIA POUT TAMPA AND MIIMI. FLA. .
is a true blood food and .
'Thirty-Brut1! he culls and his voice PronoMd iftlllaae in effect December 24, 1K13. 8 nio tin change and Individual vuxtpooement
booming is naturally adapted to the cure without To clV1UE
goes away on tilt evening MIAMI-HAVASA (DIRECT) LINELr : -

breeze. .Men of the Tblrty. r t. Central of the blood sickness from Miami. ....ThnmlAyi Sundays, .9m: a m t.v Havana ...rrldav. M.'nd..r*...4'10: p m WASHINGTON. NEW YORK ASHVILLE
Early: suys you're the bravest soldiers ArH\: "..n* .. FrUUy. Monday ..7O3aat: ArMiami..SaturdaysTurmtay..4alpatMIAMIKEY fl and
he ever 1111 wI'! which so many young women WEST L1XE- and the EAST. U HOT SPRINGS C.
"For an Instant there Is alienee", save LT Miami.......Tne*, Than 8\t ...0:00am Lv K..yV..t..W..r1.fluo. .6:no a mAr I N.
suffer. Tuen, Tlturn, S.itFaMMUirer .AT :Miami ......Wed, Fri. .. CINCINNATI.
ei for the echoes muttering among the :.:=-- Key We t 10 00 p m Sun ? .11:00: p IU CHICAGO J "THE LAND OF THE SKY"
holding round trip ticket stateroom aboard while
can occupy hlp remain at
I hills, and then. the slight figure of a V. will he glad to tend K.Y 'w..t. J The NORTH and WEST || fg; "The Sapphire Country."
fair haired youth leaps out from the e to luffercr. PORT TAMPAKEYVEST1IAVAA: LI}"E-
simple
Any
P long line. Like a flash be snatches the T.V port TAnIP soldier cap from bU head and shouts Bt pure ,hat thU picture In Ar Key wt..Moii. ,\V...I, 1'rl.' 6&W pm Jut Key Weet.Tue., Thure 8at.... a 1O pm' Pullman Can "_mo.
in r the form nl a label 1. on the Lv Key We....Mon,1Ved. Frt ..... 8:30 p m. Lv Key W"'C..T"'I' Thun,Sat ...10:30: pm.Ar On All Tt Ua.. Tte. B....
answer: wnpptr ef ...., bottle of llavaua......Tuec,Tbun Hat <:ooam Ar Port Frl, Sun.... S JO p m
'You tell General Early by -, Emu ,aI... you buy. MIAMI:HAS3A0 LiNEaLvMtam1..atonWe!: OVT1ICR. RAILWAY H. P. CAAT. DYAi. P..srt.r A....

we've got the bravest general be ever <1, FtlArNaaa. :3-OOpm: t.vNa..aa....Turn,Tbnn. Sat..... SflOpm4.00am) toe W Be, a.r.I.- I.......... P\.A
sawl' SCOTT &, BOWNE. ...Tuee, Tour*. Sat .a.30pm Ar)11..........Wed.Frl, Sun......... W. V Tv.a. P.T H, W........._. D. C. O. R. HAa_0.....W kid ie.. 0. c.

"And then from a thousand throats Chemist. For rates descriptive booklet or other information call on rallrnal ticket agent,or add'..., W.. H. TUM.. 0...A, Ail.-,Oa. '" i

tr tUcru.j ut the ulr. a 'rebel yell' of the 409 Pearl St., New York. CHARLES L. MYERS,ItanagarJacksonville,Fla. ,


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DOYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .

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WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE .' .

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American plan. Centrally located. Jut built and open-
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Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any. wharf or depot. All

etreet oars pass the door. Rates,\$2.00: Mrs.to $2,50 A. J.per WALKER day. Proprietor. HARRY L. BEEMAN, Owner and' Manager .. :: &

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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. UOCKLEIWE.: WEST: ALM IIEAGII.LaGRANGESEMINOLE "


American and European. Every department modern. Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDGK, FLA. HOTEL WEST FLORIDA.PALM .Aca.

Near all car lines. Rates, $2 to $2.50 per day. ,
Fronting on+Lake Worth. overlooking the Royal Polnclona. .
European plan, 75cts, $1 and up, one person. '
UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT.SURROUNDED MRS'
GEO. C. LaGRANGE,
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. BY A LARGE ORANGE GROVE. Manager.
American Plan. $$2.00 f 2.60 and $3.00 per day. Special:! low rate by week or ,
ELECTRIC LIGHTS THROUGHOUT HOTEL AND GARDEN. +I,
IMPROVEMENTS.: ACCOMMODATION 300. month. Accommodation 300. Open the entire year. ,)'I
Main and Adams Streets ALL MODERN 't
New a Victoria'Cor RATES: $3 AND. UPWARDS PER DAY. The same standard excellence of cuisine maintained which made I' I ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. $17.30; AND UPWARDS. PER WEEK. the' LnGrnnge-Columbln Hotel, Arverne-by-the-Scn, L. I., the 1 f'' ,
JACKSONVILLE'S NEW MODERN HOTKL EXCELLENT BOATING, moot renowned! and patronized seaside liotol. 1 t ,

Everything/ new; centrally located; elegant sulr.es with private baths. FISUING, .. .. ._. \ d
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Special Rates to Commercial R RIXLER Travelers, Prop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel. HERBERT L. LEGO, Proprietor. Hotel "The Palms"WE8TI'Aur "
UKACH[, FLA.
Proprietor of Laural House, Haines Falls Cat klll Mountains!, N. Y. ,

The Everett Hotel 235 West Bay St. ................................................... A homo-like hotel,.well! appoln(..d, giving the oomforts without the cost of :, J
JACKSONVILLE FLA. the mare, expensive\ ones. Fronting on beautiful J.ake''orth, o .
I Royal Pulnulunit liotol. White waitresses and cooks from White Mountains,
Plaza Hotel I Kleolilo: lights. and bell*. Cuisine the very best Kates, $2: to $3: per day. : '1 9 ,
Centrally located, Thoroughly Repaired and Renovated. Hptclal by the wnek. Address, "T1IK: PALMS:," West Palm Jleaoh, Flu. .

Newly Furnished.' Rooms only.W. II 1 INDIAN, RIVER. 3HLoolE.loca.KO, I''lt:. t k

G. WINANS, Manager.; H. MASON, Proprietor. i THE PARK COTTAGE i
_ uTr 'E- GREAT ORANGE GROVE WEST 1'ALM KACH, FLA.Now I
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RESORT OF FLORIDA." I i .J
ST. AUGUSTINE Open. Under new management. p
A handsome modern hotel located on the banks of the famous! Indian Z ,,
River, In the midst of an 80 acre bearing orange grove. Steam heat In Overlook Lake Worth. .,\:! : '
every room, suites with bath ; filtered rainwater; location conceded by Z Transient Rates, $2 to $:.t.riO per day. J ,.
ton I everyone the best In Kockledge; East Count Hallway depot In the hotel : '
6\111:01116 grounds. Oranges; free to the guests. Liberal management and rates Special Weekly Rates t ,
Accommodations for 200( fi"
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S. H. PECK, Manager./ MRS. IDA D. liRUNER, Proprietress.I'AMU ,i( I

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KINO AND ST. i Summer Resort-THE NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL Petoekey. Mich : - ------ -
OROROB STREETS ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. .. .
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OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE PLAZA -Let.<.IIIII(resort uf ihe Ureuc i ak -Open Julie to thddwr01 .
Mont central location In the city. Strictly fireproof. Sixty fine room wellfurnl.hed. .......... .........00/0........00.....x........... ____ 1IHACII .4" ..
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Room* only. Open November to June. Addreee n Hbove.OU3IOND

==-- :Beach, Club Cafe.Incorporated It :
BEACH.
New Rockledge Hotel. ( )

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The Inn OliMOND: BEACH, FLORIDA. r Adjoining/ gronnds. of Hotel Royal! Polncliina, Palm lieacli! on the north /, .

ROCKLEDGE INDIAN RIVER. Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner all Hours. ::1
Open December to May. Car line from Ormond Station to Hotel .at !
Ormond. New England help. $3.00.per: day; 17.50 per week. First-Class Chef, Cuisine, and Service. .

ANDERSON & PRICE HOTEL WM.COMPANY S. KKNNEY, Proprietors.. Manager. Orchestra, Casino, Bowling Alleys, Etc. :]lr1va'tC' > :D1D.1n.g: PiriorJS .' J 0 j t, J

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

DAYTONA. H. R. SHARES, Proprietor.JKN8KN. ---- -- -- .." - -- .-. ._ --- ,,j', ap
MAGNOLIA SIMCINOH. j I
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The Ridgewood DAYTONA. FLORIDA. Springs Hotel MAGNOLIA FLA. \t t2S 'I
Magnolia Rive:
(St.: Johns .); J

Located on Ridgewood Avenue-the most beautiful avenue In the South. WAYSTDTC INN 1 JENSEN, FLA. miles south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Const Line R'y., and river steam .
Private Baths. Electric Lighted. Northern help throughout the house. Centre of Pineapple Belt. era. Open fireplace In all rooms. Steam Heat. Elevator. Electric Lights,. '. I
Orchestra. E. D. LANGWORTUY, Proprietor. fjpUNDER NEW ""MANAGEMENT a Pure spring water. Dry climate. No mosquitoes. Well-kept Golf course. i I 1;
Tennis, Fishing, Shooting. Two swimming pools and baths. $1.00 per day. "
Choice location on the banks of the Indian River. Near the ocean. Large Hpeclal weekly rates. O. D. HEAVEY, Owner and Manager. t
ground with tropical foliage. Excellent fishing and hunting. Terms, $2 .__ : ''fat''
TITUS I LLE.ZrT2 to $2.50 per day. Special weekly rates. WHITE SPItINGS. ,
CHAS M. COBS, Proprietor. .


: : :IAN: : : ONVTHE-iyDIAN-RIVER.RIVERIOTELI:: : :: : MELBOURNE. The Hamilton, WHITE SPRINGS FLA. J' ; :I"



.TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. Hotel Bellevue MELBOURNE, -New, Modern High-Clan Hotel ; .I J

FLORIDA.A ON TUB OLD 8UWANEE RIVER. 'I hf't 1

Finest mineral spring In the world. Greatest health resort In the .' .
I J. G. BAST, Proprietor. healthy winter resort on high pine land, overlooking Indian River. South. Finest quail shooting In America. Write for booklet to ra. .' I II ...&I;
Rates: $2.00 and upward per day. Special rates per week or aeason. JNO. S. BOWEN, White Springs Fla. a j
DUCK SHOOTING. Write for rates to \
I 1 MADAM E. M., CAMPBELL Manager, .
and FISHING. :
R. W. CAMPBELL Proprietor. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE \
yr' Rates: $2 110 per day. ,
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1 10 and $12 per week. HOTEL ADS. ON OTH AND 7TU PAGES. All kind of Commercial SUtloneryJprinted: at the above office.

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GOOD ROADS MEETING AT I DAYTONA-ORMOND AUTOMOBiLE BREVARD COUNTY COMMISSION VVYYVYVVYYVYVVYVYYVVVYV..VVVYYY.nYVVVVYYV'V'YVyvy, ,

nJrb: ORMOND. RACES ERS. WINSTON S. BRANNING. FREDERICK A. MORGAN 1;

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AND SILVERSMITHS, The Ormond Casino-, on Friday evening The Board was called to order ,on the 1

41 Went lUy Street, last, was a gay and lively scone, for upon It Is a well-known fact that Messrs. 1st Instant by order of the Chairman BRlNNING & MORGAN,
Anderson & Price, the popular managers Present J. R. Walker let District J. RMlot .
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. that occasion had gathered an audience : ; 1f
composed of wealth and culture to listento of Hotel Ormond, were most untiring In 2nd District; R. A. Conkling, 3rd
stock In thin section of country.
Largest speeches in advocacy of good roads their efforts to make the great Ormond District; J. C. Jones, 4th District andJ.

Established In 18(18.( and the) best and most expedient methods Daytona automobile races the grand success F. Bell, 5th District; A. A. Stewart, E! FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS I ITitusville.

Send for descriptive catalogue.AUTOMOBILES.. of obtaining them The ordinary Both they the Ormond were from and beginning Inn were crowdedto to end. clerk Minutes and J.of I*last. Brown, sheriff. I I

seating to capacity accommodate of the hall the was not sufliclent their utmost capacity and cots wore read and approved.regular meeting were f ,

ant, and chairs were placed In the ales. In demand for n day or so. The first of Reports' of Justices\ of the Peace G.W. Fla.
the races commenced on O. T. McBride and W. ,
The stage; and wall decorations set up Schuyler, L.

for the ball given last Wednesday evenIng WICDJIKKDAY.Today : _ _n_ Keel... or. were. received.. ..- -
were permitted to remain for the occasion Barney Oldfleld, on a Winton c.ierk'8 report 01 tax certificates redeemed Representing: Representing:

and the spoakers addressed the Bullet No. 2, pitted himself against the or purchased during the month The & London '& Globe
Liverpool The
WINTON TOURING OAKS, audience from a bower of tropical splendor victorious Vanderbilt, and came out a of December was received and filed. Pennsylvania Insurance tn.

Ni.DUHYEA and there being; large; orange/ trees In wiener by three seconds. The racing Treasurer's report was received, check ; Insurance Co. The Georgia Home Insurance r.<'>.
fruit on either side and the fronds of began at the Daytona end of the course, ed up and the paid warrants turned over
OLUSMOBILES.GASOLINE : graceful; palms waving In the rear. and as there were several starters In the by him with his report were destroyedby The Hartford Fire Insurance Co. The Rochester-German Insur. ('0. '

ENGINES, MARINE Governor Montague delivered an exceedingly first event It was run Id relays. The Messrs. Mlott and Conkling. The The JEtna Insurance CQ. Norwich Union Fire Inn. Society.

STATIONARY and PORTABLE.FOR i Interesting address upon the semi-finals were won by Vanderbilt and Treasurer had his usual certificate of deposit I Northern Assurance Co.
social and commercial benefit of good Oldfield, and they were pitted against attached to his report. The Continental Fire Insurance Co. of En
SA T.E-2J' horse power, 4 Cycle, roads, and declared that the highwaysare each other in the final test of supremacy. Tax Collector's report of polls collected The Home Insurance Co., of N. T. Home Life Insurance Co., of N. Y.
a neglected; branch American Before the finish they had warmed up to during the month of January, amountIng -
Oasollne Marine Engine, price, $116.00. statesmanship. Among; other things, the work and Oldlield crossed the line to $131 for the year 1003 and $37 for The Pbenix Fire Insurance Co. Germania Life Insurance Co.

5 horse power, 4 Cycle, Double Cylinder the Governor favors the utilization of In 46 2-5 seconds, with Vanderbilt on at the year 1002 were received. = The Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. Union Casualty &
Oasollne Marine Engine, price $225.00:>> ; !StaLe convicts In road building.lie argued 40. Oldfleld was easily 150 yards aheadat County Juige and Tax Collector's re Surety Co.

this Include, shaft propeller wheel, that regular! work In the open air wouldbe the finish. Undoubtedly the race today port of licenses collected during the
magnetos beneficial and healthful to the convicts between W. K. Vanderbilt jr., (Mercedes month of January, amounting to $98) = la the above list of Fire Insurance
batteries and spark coils. Those The roads cannot be built without an expenditure ), and Barney Oldfleld (Winton) was state, and $101.50 county, was received.On After the Fire

engines are made and guaranteed by the of money. lie favors the Issuing the fastest and keenest contest for the motion the Comptroller Is requested = Companies, we have the agency for

Grant Ferris Co., of Troy New York. of State:! bonds, for which there Is always distance In the history of automobile to allow _the_redemption of tax certificate X ,.
a demand. It would Drove a profitable 'competition. Two great drivers with' 173, sale of 18P4; cert. 358, sale of > ALL the strongest In the world. Time- Jpwcnr
Investment, paying to the people a two great machines, each striving for one 1SW; cert. 401, safe 1000; cert. 456, sale 1
4 LAUNCHES FOR SALE AND great; Interest upon the outlay. lie favors of the highest; honors In automobiling, of 1001; cert. 449, sale of 1802; cert 116, tried and fire tested Insurance. Overa
the State aid plan; that Is, the State the one mile American championship, sale of 1893 at their face value without
p BOUGHT and SOLD on COMMISSION gives so much, and the county or district naturally produced a noteworthy con tear. ,. Interest and without collecting the sub- million dollars paid for losses from'

an equal amount, provided the State has TUV 8DAY. sequent omitted tax, also the following i
something to the of tax certificates 1100 1101 1102 1103 Jacksonville fire "by our Companies"In
say upon questions : : ,
THE WHITE GASOLINE ENGINE There but event off In the
expenditure and maintenance. The was one run 1194, 1105, llDtt\ 1108, 1199, 1200! 1201,
Marine, Portable and Statlonarv, Manu- Governor also favors national aid, and automobile races here Thursday morning 1202, 1203, 1205, 120(1( 1207 1209 1210, twenty days' time.
factured by The Globe Iron Works, of said that statistics show that the Government the one-mile contest for the American 1211: 1212, 1214, 1215, 1218, 1219), 1222 I

Minneapolis, Minn. has spent and Is spending mil- K. Vanderbilt championship In his the first heat, W. 1224, 1225, 1231, 1232, 1230, 1230 1241, We appreciate past favors and re-

lions of dollars In building highways/ In driving 00-horsepower 1241, 1244, 1245 sales of 1800.) I ask for
spectfully continuance
a of
machine beat Bnwdeu and Shanley
The Wizard Jump Hpark Magnet, price Porto Rico and the Philippines. Then, ( by On motion, the Comptroller is requested i
f4. Apple Dynamo $18. why not help In this /good roads movement Bowden Time Vanderbilt, 0:48: to allow the redemption of tax your business.
4 Ii 0:496 0.15:
These engines and automobiles are for charity begins at home ? In; the second, heat ;Oldfield's Hhanley, Winton: 45. cert. 198, sale of 1808; cert.. 151, bale of .

carried In stock, and can be delivered President Moore, Colonel Hcarrttt and Bullet, No. 2, made the mile six seconds 1800, at their face' value without interest I Do not send away for Insurance, In w
and omitted
Senator colleen
Mann earnest officials of the to
promptly by
National better than Mercedes. Time, Oldfield, embrace some small know noth-
Good Koads Association ad. company you
dressed 0:43: ; Stevens, 0:432-5: .! ; Bernie 0:48: '.5. certificates The safe and the contents may be

The Florida Motor Co the meeting.On The final heat was won bv Oldrleld. _._...., ..... __._ ... .on.. __ ___ Un_ .._ I nor about. intact; but if there Is no insurance (the
Saturday:! night Governor MontagueColonel second b OAI, OttlO I/A AOVU, lUlU IUJI; cert;. Zt O, contents of the safe
Time 0:462-6 cover small
only
W_ If. MnnrA and MAnAhnt' And ; Vanderbilt ; Stevens sale of 181)7, at their face value without j a
Box I. DAYTONA, FLA. out No other write part of your assets), the savings of a 1
Mrs A.: S: i i1l1IeitforPal hoa interest, and tax cert. 136, sale of 1002 agent can you In life time vanish
The first heat In the five-mile Invita- may within a fewliours'
,short visit. This Is Governor Mon- at its face value without interest and
to
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tion race was won by James L. Breese the above companies Titusville or 'I me. Insure with us, protect
:33.: ; L. MOT7.0. tague's first visit to Palm Beach collect the subsequent omitted tax 11)02) :
Time. 5:18: 2-5; WCliam: Wallace, second; and 1003 on said certificates yourself, and, in case of a fire loss,
valuation
'- and J. I. Blair, third. on a surrounding country. /get enough money to put you on your
of $23:! without Interest.On .
r r ONE CENT A WORD. Rain during at the afternoon. prevented motion, the petition of citizens of Remember this and we are sure feet again. .
any attempt racing.FRIDAY. Fort Pierce asking that Sam Youngs Branning & Morgan j
., be placed on the pauper list, is granted, there will be no policies l Issued only ,
After the finish In the second beat In and he is placed on the pauper list at $3 Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Advertisements In this column will\ be, the five-mile free-for-all race Friday Old per month. by the above firm. Patronize home.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. TITU3V1LLE, .FLA.A.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.

Inserted at the uniform rate of On field bad the misfortune to break a shaft Widow's application of Mary F. Martin \ -

Cent Word. advertisement, however In Bullet No. 3, causing him to pull out for penson was approved.On .
small, less than -20 cents, cash in of the day's events. motion the time of completing con- .
advance each insertion. Orders for discontinuance W. K. Vanderbllt's 00-horiepower tract JSo.! 6, Dist. 1, Is extended 00 days.
must be made In writing. Mercedes took all the trophies for whichhe Com. Conkliug reported that the claimof J. R. WALKER.. H. B. MACE I
Send check money order or stamps to contested Friday. Mr. Vanderbilt is W. E. Gore was just, and, on motion I IJ
EAST COAST ADVOCATE,Tituevi Ile, Fla. a fearless driver, and not only under the same Is allowed.
stands his The order of the of the J R WALKER "
machine, but can take advantage Judge Circuit &CO.

E. A. WADDELL, MIAMI, real estate of every opportunity.The Court disolving the Injunction of Francis
; dealer ha some choice bits of real first was a one mile race; ownersas G. Moore and L. C. Moore, was received DEALKBS IX-

estate for sale. Call upon him. drivers. Seven started, namely: and filed.
too NT G. Brokaw, James Breese H. L. Bowden On motion the rules were waived and Dry Goods
W. K. Vanderbilt, S. B. Stevens, i the report ot road commissioners Wm. ,
Fine Liquors Wines, Beers, STORE 'TO LET-In the ADVOCATE William Wallace and A. B. Proctor R. Campbell J. T. Hood and G. S.

Ales Stout Eto. Building, Tltusvillo, Fla., suitable Smith. Only three machines ran in each Snedekerr presented and laid on the Furniture
for any kind of bm.lnesM.-Apply to heat. Bowden won the first boat In table at tl.e December 1003 meeting/ was :
2T""Send me your orders! C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office 514 5 seconds. Vanderbilt won the sec- taken from the table, and, on motion

TITUSVILLE and COCOA' FLORIDA. ond heat In 47 3-5 second Smith won the same was received and granted and Shoes etc. 1 I

TWO THOUSAND AMOOU RIVER the third heat In 1:07: 1.5. In the final without protest the same will be deciaied ,

Privet, $25 (un per 1,000; Strong/ plants.L. Vanderbilt won, lime, 48 seconds; Bro a public road at the March meeting
J. L. MOJBLEY, (JAMKiiojf, ho seeditrnan, kaw second, lu seconds. The petition of A lot Oleaen, et al.,
Jacksonville, Fla. There was but one heat in the one- citizens of White City, praying for a AGENTS FOR-

TITUSVILtE, FLA. mile race for the 1:011: class, Bowden won public road wan received and, on motion,

Contracts for all kind of 1'alntlng, Kal- WANTED-TO CHARTER BOAT tor In 52 2.5; LaRoche second In 55 15 the same is granted, aud 1>. E. Austin CONTINENTALTAILORING

BOtnlning, Staining, Klulslilng and PaperHanging six weeks cruise oa Indian River, by In the eliminating heats Bowden won \i D. Jones aud II. Kurd un are appointed -
at the'moat rennonable price party of four. S. It. Meriell, :205! Hogan In 48, one-fifth of a second better than a committee to mark, view and '
consistent with good work manMblp. St., Jacksonville, Fla. 2t Stevens; Brokaw, third in 4H.! LnRoche and lay out the name. \ CO "
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won the second heat la ft.; 2.5, followedby Notary Public's bond of E. G. Hall lIpllnclpa"t

All Work on the East CoastIs FOR SALE-1,0) foot cabin-oat boat, all B. M. Shanley, ,Ir., 57, and WallaceIn with I K.!: C. Walker and I). U. THE BEST CLOTHES. i

fitted out for cruising, bunks, mattresses 1:23. In the finals Bowden won In Conkling! as sureties was approved.
Especially Solicited. stove. Or will rent with man 50 4-5 seconds. LaRoche 51, and Stevens Road contract bond of T. A. J. Cock-

Let mo know what you want and ,got: my If desired. Blair Merritt .Fhrlda.I I 60 3-B. shutt us principal, with C. D. Flood and John R Walker & Co. "
estimate on it. Prompt attention The officials then ran off the remain- R. K. ChlLuJoln as sureties, wan approved. ,
I Inn heats In the Hvo-mlle Invitation race The following bills were paid.
to all
work.
given ____ __ YOUNG CHICKS 1 1-100 or more, 15cts for irentlemen amateurs the first heat of __ Sennral En nd..J TITUSVILLE.
n each, tea days old, safety shipped four R Walker, Co Cora and
which was won Thursday morning by .. .mileage.. f 4 00 -- --- -- -
t William Hindle weeks niter ordered. Now is the time James I.. Breose. In the second heat J It A R.nuet Coiikllnic. <. 8 4u ....................................................

to hatch for next winter layers when Vanderbilt won In 3l8:: 1.5, but Stevens:: John C. JmuM, ..' 20 12 8 00 egg/ are high. Brooders made to order 1 V lien, i i
was a close second, being 4 5 of a second 1J: BO
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON for southern climate. Recipe furSorebond WS Norwood' Reg Officer and oxp... ,... In uo
behind. Jlowden! finished third In :3:10 Lleotrlo: Light Co.. ... .. ........ ..... .,. .. 13 2O s
WORKER. :'Sots.! Blair's Egg Farm, 35. In the final, Vanderbilt won In A A Bte...art. copying minutes ...... .. BOO : s :
Meriltt, Flu. I :JJ43-5:: ; Stevens, 3:41: 4-5 ; Unease, no A O Penney, Hilary county Judge ... .. 2Ii 00
I) L (laulilun, Pros ,. ... ,.
Plumbing, Pump Work Pipe Fitting. Salary Atty. 8n 00
time taken. J PJlrowu. l.llor "?' ......... ..... .... :341 <><> RED
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GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE WALTON SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS. The lIve mile event for two passenger ."JAnltor .. .. .. .. ....... .. 0 no PHARMACY i
>' m Co Coin ... ... ..
Patented all countries. Only tackle runabouts brought out only two starters wailing > 4 00
Walter Stone ferryman........ ......... .. ]o oo ,
TANKS MADE TO ORDER block of the kind In the world. Fitted of an entry list of four. Louis S. Rosa; A A Stewart, accountant .... ... ... 3.;) S3
with the celebrated Vinton Roller In his Stanley won; time, 7::>3 1-5. Hugh Hrev C'<> State Hank decal ats.. ........... 4H 61 rrrusvjuLE, FLORIDA.A !
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Your Patronage Is Solicited\ Bearer. Useful in any place where L.'WIlloughtiy! In an auto oar, finished I RS Hank, 'c, .... ......... 18 M

1 COCOA, FLA.Hodgson hoisting Is done. With these blocksone second in 8:0: : :2-5. A Stewart.. ,del makg tax: auual report nnauoiat... ... .satmt,.., .. So is jw oo I Complete Stock of-
man can do the work of two. The five mile freo-for.all was a good Fla Star. pub ennueltatentent. .. 10 ou i
Thousands sold in the north Call race, and was won bv Vanderbilt. Dar W II Mall, transcribing 181)4 tax roIL.. .... BO 00 PURE DRUGS; AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES.
Flit star, 'rintingfortaxcal ....... .. ..
and see them In working order at this ney Oldfield, In his Winton Bullet No. :i, J O Sohorielil. 475 1i' _
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r; Bros. piiTHlulan at Inquest lu 00 -
office, or the store of Jas. Prltobard & won the first beat In :J:- ::I4 ft. with La- I. K MyvrA.. drawing ro cl jury .. .. ... :2 on ,. __ Proscriptions Filled With_ the ..
Son, Tltusvllle. Roche second In 4:01: 2The second Hank ft lone Banal agent .... .. 2704 Utost, Care and Promptiriide. JBr.3b

d EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. best fell to Vanderbilt Covered the five A A A M Vance Stewart blanks pal'l out tor ou Jnatlce vault of work peace...... e 4 75 BO WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER i

; miles i In 35118: 5 Bowdeu, 8:40: 4-5. Hltoiicwtt&Vufencechnuse.. .... ...11370 i Choice Llnof School 1
Marine, Railway. For Sale at Goorglana, lolorlda.l clause RNo\Ihnll.Jr.worlJonfmce Cigars, Stationery, Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes,
A
The five mile handicap race, 4110
Toilet Articles Shoulder Braces Fine Candles and all other articles *
J 1 Brown post for fence and kept
i General Merchants and B, was run In one heat as the last Ss ai
and !Ship: Chandlers. Brady M' Hro niplle J..II & clerks orlice B fin i by up-to-date drug stores. t
..Special Facilities.. acres Improved land, centrally located event In today's program It was won A A Stewart, rubber stamp .'. 3 oo JTjT" We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.' .

For Hauling Out and frontage of 14 rods on Indian River. by S. B. Stevens, time, 4:00: 2 5. J C J F F Vrevatr Campbell trnim& Oo roconvlois mad 1 for pauueri. .. .., .., .... |o 1 90 BO .+........N..N...N+.......+.*.*.+++++.....+..NYYYVnnv7VyynyyyyyYmVVYYTrYmmVYVVYYYYVYY1..
Storing Contains
? Repairing tine young orange !grove in 8ATVKDAY. I (> W Schuylur, uol Yachts and Launches bearing Address T. II. CHAMBERS, It B i'1"hlr apse| com luijuenc' and balltt 4 25 u
I llm Georgians, Fla. Fifty miles, with four turns, In 40min C I" x. juror ...' .. .. .. 1 art :
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mention the ADVOOATK when writing utes 4$ and 4-5 seconds, was the record i W II' Bmitide ......... ..... loo :
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._ .. John McDonald, ... ., .. 1
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the .n. '
made Ormond-Oaylona beach
course today on by W. K. Vanderbilt In his :J J K R Read Fluid. :: :: !.:..:.::..:.n: 1 100 oo E Fire Insurance a .

: Robbins & Graham Co. 00-horsepower machine. The pace figures A 8 Humphry .. .. .. ... ..... 100 r,
Stanley KitchingDealer W K (lore. killed ..... ... .
out 73 I.' miles an hour the best FMTarl"r.IOtIO ox stamped at bridge....v.......... .. ...... ail 2140 00 If Your House Goes Up In Smoke and .
J In- record ever made In America. In the Drew(So, furniture stationery olk's cake 103 111 you loose everything It is own a"""
(Incorporated) four turns, necessitated by using the Mn E Lyman, pauper....... ..... ... 1000 your ir '"
a FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY CIGARS PAID UP CAPITAL 5,000.00. ten-niilo course, Mr Vanderbilt displayed Henry Itowman *. ...... .. ... .... II 00 fault. FIRE INSURANCE sufficient /:,. ... .
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Tobacco Pipes Candies This owns great skill I and daring. Ills record .1 Lew In, ': ::::::.. ::: goo son: to cover the value of the property and .SJK' v --r, .
China
Fancy company for every ten miles of the fifty was M Futon, ." ........ .... .... 1000 household effects should be carried.'f .Jti
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and Temperance Drinks. A Gore., ........ ........ Moo t :
of II. C. .
best that Bowden his
The following\ brands of cigars delivered 2.tJ.ST17s, the In Hall Talmadge, ....... ........ e 00 Rates are not high. The companies. .1'"..-J .. ';" tiJ : .
sixty-horsepower: Daimler being second. Wm Anilerftou. .......... .... g oil we represent are solvent, reliable and r .
at t.!.:23 per box of 50> : in the Indian River Country; On the St. : These two records break any previous Mr .J. C. Johnson ................ JO 110T..malltbaOrlltls liberal. All Claims promptly paid. *..*&.:_> _< .... ... .
llumboldt ...... ...... .. BOO ( .
West America.In
Key Smokers, Premos, Lucie River; at New River and on Bay time made In J W Long" .. .............:.. S .o Write us for rates on your property. :-- :J''r' 4.4
Cremo, Cubanas, t'obalftkt. the ten mile Invitation race, open'to Geollanhain ........ ........ 1000 Don't neglect to take out a policy. -. .
Biscayne. Prices to suit the times. gentlemen! amateurs only Mr Van Lex Fraxier, It................ son _-
Flinch Cards, 50o. ; Hand Made Palmetto derbllt smashed all previous o K Davr., ............ .... looo I Schuyler & Wilson ----=....
Hats 23o.; Send for Land List. again records MaryKnger* ................ son -
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making the distance In tf minutes Sam Young .... ......,..... BOO TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
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FLORIDA. Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla. and 60 seconds. There were five to Game Warden Fund. -:

start in this race: Mr. Vanderbilt S. B. A A Stewart,making blanks ............. RO AAAAAAAAAAAAAUAAAJAAAAAAAAAAAAWAAAAAAAAAWAAAAAA
Stevens, with a sixty-horsepower: Daimler T A Robinson,acct same warden. ..... .. 40 00
East Coast Meat Market ; Mr. Bowden, J. L. Breese with hisfortyhorsepower JMU.bandepgame__rden............. a 00
Road Fund Dl.. Xo.
Daimler and Walter 1.
y Christie, In his thirty-horsepower of his N M J'tllb.. road work................. 12 28 E-:: L. :se..A.c-Z: :SEO.
G. F. DUREN Agent. own make. Stevens took second placeIn Road Fond DU. No.2. ,

s:: '-:! 7:03: ; 1-6 and the others na follows N M Flub road work ..... ......... 101 34 -DEALERS IN-
C' Bowden, 7:08 1-fl; Breese 0:29: 1-5, and Rail Fund DI. No. 3. GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.
Uavo your eyes examined and fitted s:>.> Town of .... ... ,
..... Christie 0:35.Between: Melbourne road.. work.. .... 0 00
Farness Taylor. ........... We handle
by the CI'2 t A.o the races scbednled for the 10 110 PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAVES FERTILIZERS.
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1 llr' pa day Barney Oldfleld tried ten miles J E Parted :: :: :::::.:::::: M ;oo 70ao We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers.

( Ht DR. G. L. MANDAVILLE, pas against time. In tae Winton Baby Bullet AI.i Staten .,.. ..,. ............28211 Write ns for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
=' K Wiley. ............ 20'183 E. L. BRADY A BRO. .
Titusville, Florida. _:>> -=a. known as No. 3, a lighter and necenaarlly W.IterStooe, ,. 'I ... .... .... 3 7.1 TITUSVILLE FLA.
a slower machine, than Bullet N'o. :2. 8 T Upacomb, ,'S. .. ............ 284 75M .
did nothing with records E Campbell a .... .... .. 45 -
: t r'"' When answering advertisements lIe making N Downey, .. .. ............ 11 SO INDIAN
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I. In these columns would\ l confer a the ten mile In : : S Kelly w ........ .... 1 50a RIVER ICE FACTORY.
you There was a flake In the ten mile free- P Lawson,
favor by saying you saw the advt. In the -=: _c2t for-all race the timing apparatus S : word :. ;:_ :.:::::::::: BO2O 25 TIT USVILLE. FLA.
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Dy so doing 30 711 Is
you will receive better attention from =-' out of order after the start. Vanderbilt! J Campbell .. to .........." :a oo prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
the paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair Is motto.
dealing
advertisers. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. (continued on 5th page.) (continued on 4th page.) T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor. my






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