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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 26, 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).
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POL. 38. NO. 1. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 3O. 1OO4. PRICE Bo. 1t I IU

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LOCAL NEWS -A report of the big Washington ball Judge M.\. S. Jones paid Cocoa a visit TACKEY BALLAT TITUSVILLE Brevard County Lands For Sale AMONG-THE HOTELS. .. +I"
at the "
Royal Polnclana will be found on on Wednesday. i'J,
our 8th page. _
j And Topics of General Interest. HUNTERS can get all kinds: of suppliesat The Tackey Ball, last Friday even East".of Southeast J tf. Section 12 .1''I ,,' '
-Mrs. Thos. Green, of Birmingham, tbe store of Jas. Frttohard ... Son, ing In the Opera house, under the man- Township: South, Range 40 East; 8C The ADVOOATK Is on file every week 4
Ala. arrived at the American Club Hat'ana.The .
to visit 1
Tuesday, Mrs. W. Titusville.
E. Goldsmith. agement of W. S. Brannlng, proved to be acres Fine pineapple land, very near ., t
TilE ADVOCATE, -Miss\ Eddie Geiger, of Malabar spenta quite a success. All of the dancers wen Ankona Station on Indian River. Price, ADVOOATK Is now on file at all

$1.50 per annum, In advance PAINTS VARNISHES AND BRUSties. few days In Titusville, with her sister, dressed. In tackey costume, and they pre- la: 500 the best hotels In New York city. ,

$1.00 six months, .. Sold by Jas. Prltohard & Son. Miss Lilly Geiger, the end of last week.VasbIDjlton's seated quite a laughable sight as they Merritt'. Island near Courtenay, for Where to stop along the East Coast. i r. t

$a.oo per an. to foreign countries. Titusvllle. We solicit your orders. -\ birthday at the Titus marched out of the adjoining; room,, merly known as the Geiger Place; 107,'" See list of hotels on 4th and 7th pages.Hotel ; i M'i
subscribe for the ADVO* twenty-five couple In number. The] acres. Fine pineapple, orange and veg-
Whoa you It does not -Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan are now vllle public school was appropriately danced until about 10 o'clock giving the etable land. Price, $050( >. men should not forget the fibre ;i
lean by the year, included.cost yo atlwe snugly ensoonsced In the new residence served by the school children on Mon judges' plenty time to decide on the lady Merrltt's Island, 11W acres, long fronton for sate, for mattresses. at Melbourne. 't' 1

| cents per "eekpoltage recently built for them by Captain P. day. and gentleman' dressed tbe most tackey|; Indian River, and Including oyster Read the ad on page 4. < I

TalC EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on Nelson, of South Titusville. WE LEAD THE LEADERS-Always this WAS a bard decision to make, as permits granted by Brevard County If want a nice piece of property {

I pleat the following news-stands, at fire Messrs. W. S. Branning and G. L. on the lookout for a chance to benefitour there were several that were "just ai Good land for vegetables and some good cheap you read the ad. of the Same pmur> i..

Jcentt per copy : Mandaville, two of Tltusvllle's popular patrons-we save you cash. J. R. good' as the next one," but, to the satisfaction orange land. A ,fine oyster location ty on our 3rd page. It will be .oid at a !
Tltusvllle-Red Cross Pharmacy. young business men, spent Washington's Walker A; Co., Tltusvllle. of all, Mr. D. W. Monroe finally Price, $400.Town bargain.
Jacksonville-Duval hotel.Windsor Birthday at Palm Beach, sight seeing. announced that Miss Frankie Stewart of Tltusvllle, lot 3, of East subdivision rare ,
.. hotel. -Eden Items did not arrive until we and Mr. B F. Ives were entitled to the of old block 4. A fairly good Do not fall to stop off at Rockledge: I
it Orlrot News stand DESIRABLE PROPERTY In South TI. were about to go to press; and Jensen prizes. The young people danced until house. Price, $250.: where there are three fine, up-to-date

tusvllle for sale Inquire of Mr. Dod- and Rockledge I Items got side-tracked 11:30: o'clock, when they wended their Town of Tltusvllle, lot 3, block: AColeman's hotels-the Indian River,Plaza and New ,
| Note date of expiration printed upon son, Titustllle, Fla. this week. way homeward. It was voted to be one Addition. Large lot fronting Rockledge. I I i4I
week. Thlii
i!k nor receipt paper or for wrapper your money.every No need -Cpl. Geo. A. Cantine, of Newburgh, -Miss Maggie Collins\ who has been of the most enjoyable events of the sea, on two streets, good location near center The Magnolia: Springs hotel Magnolia

fNna a too send receipt for subscription. N. Y., Is now enjoying a visit at North taking a business course at the Georgia. of town. Good 8-room cottage Price, Springs, under the able management of r

IThi date gives I It to you., Augusta, N. C. He will later, visit Alabama Business College Macon, re- son.DEATH OF MR. HARTFORD. $700. Mr. O. D. Henvey, has been full to oyer- "
Town of Tltusville fine lot in
Rockledge, Palm Beach and Miami.Dr. turned home ;yesterday.Mr. corner flowing of late, with tourists. P
jy Reading notice ads. are ten cents business section of town. Price, $ OO.
j pr line on this pace.ADVOCATES C. C. Felgel/ Dentist, of Titus. William Budd, of St. Augustine, Mr. R. F. Hartford a prominent civil Town of Tltusvllle, 0 residence lots Hotel men wanting fibre for mattresses t j
vllle, left, Wednesday, for Georgians, on was the East Coasters who attended ,
among and of who west of railroad. Prloe, $10 each. would do well to read the ad. on our
for sale at the Red a professional trip. lie expects to be the Washington Ball at the Royal engineer surveyor resided, Atlanta In Tltusvllle South Lake, 3 miles west of Tltusvllle 4th page. This Is a grand opportunity I '

|Crow Pharmacy, Tltuavl11e.Mr. gone one week. Mrs. Felgel and baby Polnoiana on Monday night.Mr. some died at years Palatka ago, on Wednesday. Mr., 40 acres, fronting on lake, part hammockand for hotel and boarding-house keepers to a

L. C. Brannlng, who Is in charge accompanied him. E. J. A. Drennen, of Martins II ait ford-who went to Palatka upon part pine. Fine land for oranges, give tbe weary tourists something soft I I '

I of the station at Palm Beach has been DON'T READ THIS-Next week onlya Ferry, 0., was In town Sunday and said business connected with the Waterworks vegetables: and pineapples. Price $2.: :>(1)). i and healthy to.leep: upon. ,

I bid up with a painful foot this week. handsome side board wouid be he would ship about 0(10( boxes of and sewerage systems-arrived South Lake, 2ytj miles west of Tltusvllle. .- The Rlvervtew hotel Merrltt Cru- Icit. J

-Mr. G. Nolle, one of Shlloh's welf- [>beap at $18.1>0 for $14.08. J. K. Walker oranges from his Dummltt orange grove. with a severe cold, which developed Into Part fine hammock beautiful balance line Bros., managers, has had the largest {
A Co. TltuBvllle..Mr. from which he died. high, dry, pine land with view
pneumonia addition :
the season In Its history. Although/ an :' .
blown orange growers, was among/ IMPROVED OR UNIMPROVED prop- of lake. Good and
Deceased orange, vegetable
bad old friends In- \ '
pleasant callers at this office on Saturday and Mrs. Hugh G. Brown, of erty. Prices to suit all parties. If many on pineapple land. ICO sores. $800.' was made to It last summer, yet }
Indian who will to learn of
River regret: prloei they have to send guests to the cottages
last. Boston, are sojourning: at the Royal you want to buy, don't fall to see E. his death. + Section A, Township 27 Range/ r rIt J
I DO YOU WANT AN GOOD GROVE Poinciana-for the fourth season. Mr. A. Waddell, Miami Fla. a 17 East; Horse' fronting on Indian dully being unable to acoomodate them *r ,'

Pineapple plantation or VegetableFarm and Mrs. Brown attended the Washington -Mr. Wallace R. Moses a prominentreal River and ( Creek, 9>{ miles north has been many years since the Rook ,
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? If so, see E. A. Waddell ball on Monday night. estate dealer of West Palm Beach, BOUGHT AN ORANGE GROVE. of Eau Gallle. Splendid high land, fine ledge hotels have done so good a tourist '

Miami, Fla. -Rev. Simon Stephens and wife, and was In Tltusvllle a short while Wednes- large quarry of Coquina rook, high, dry business as they have this winter. An j '
Miss Blanche Robinson, of Hlllsdale, N. day en route home from a visit to San- Mr T. A. Robinson was In town yesterday and healthy. Fine orange and pineappleland. AnvoOATK reporter was at Rockledge
-Rev. E. O. Bartlett came up to TItuiville Y. are spending a few weeks at Hock.ledge ford. and informed us that his brother-in Splendid residence site Price, recently and found Hotel Indian River,

Sunday to hold services the enjoying our climate frill and law, Mr. C. II. Sharp, of Columbia, 11100.( the Plaza and New Itookledgs hotels pret ,
Presbyterian church, but on account of other good things of our Indian River Judge A. D. Penney has purchased Tenn., had purchased the Bradley 14- Georgians on Merritt. Island; 10 acres, ty well crowded from basement to roof.
\the Inclemency of the weather there was country the property recently vacated by Mr. W, aore orange grove at City Point which extending across the Island from Indian The Palm Beach Club Palm Beach I

I noiervlce.Mr. S. Brannlng, on Palm street, from Mr. Is a tine piece of property.Mr. River to Banana River; good pineapple, under the able of Messrs., I
IF YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY R. E. Mime Jr., and will move Into It land. 7 house"n management
D. T. Monroe, of Osteen brother orange or vegetable: -room Bros. has been giving several ;
of Mr. D. W. Monroe, of Tltusvllle, was along the East Coast, Improved or Unimproved the first of next month. and Mrs. Aaron Aber, of Lane goo J condition small barn. Price $700. Bradley dinner, parties of ,late. Many of !; '

ID town a couple of days or so, tbe end of send full description price -His Excellency Sir Gilbert Carter lug, Mich., who have been spending a Also 10 acres, known as lot 1, of Ar- the elite of this favorite tourist resort ,I t 1
Jut week, owing; to Illness. He was here and terms. No charge unless effecta Governor-General of the Bahamas andIady few days in town, left ;yesterday for Day- ella, fronting both Indian and Ht. Luole have been enjoying the hospitalities of \tF r I 4 ,

for the purpose of getting medical ad- sale. C. Buckman, Jacksonville, Fla. Carter and child, who have been tona. livers[ near postoffice and railroad, high the above Club In the way of dinners and \

TiCfc -Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Farmer and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Flakier at Palm -Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Delsner Jack and healthy, beautiful location.land. Price Fine suppers, lately.

-Governor A. J. Montague: of Virginia little daughter: who spent several' days Beach, have returned to their home at sonville, arrived In town, Wednesday, $cottage: ,SOO. splendid pineapple Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Potter, owners of

; and Colonel W.; II. Moore president at Palm Beach, were met here left Nassau N. P. They left Palm Beach on on visit of about ten days with tbeformer' Terms will be made reasonable to reliable that. .flue, up-to-dato hotel the Clarendon .
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of the National Good Roads Asaoclulon last, by Mr. where J. A. Farmer will, and all Wednesday.Mr. mother, Mrs Del nor. puiohasers. Apply to Inn, beabreeze, left for Miami, Tuesday,

have appointed, the editor of this for Daytona before, they for their stay home for In awhile R. E. Mlms, of this place has VISIT THE STORE:) OF J. R. WALKer D, I.. OAUI.I>KN, after attending the Washington Birthday !
paper a delegate to the National and In- Evaosvllle Ind.leaving bought a blacksmith business at Fort A; Co., see the Improved appearance Or '1'ItllavlllelI'la. I i Hall at the Uoyal, Polnclana. Mrs. Pot- ,
ttrnatloual Good Roads Convention, at Fierce and will move to that town about of tbe store and Incidentally get their WM. A. WAHNOCK, Jamaica N. Y. ter, who was beautifully gowned at the
St. Louis, Mo., May 10th to 21st, 1004. -Mr. Jas. Gresham, tbe well-known the first week In March. Ills Tltusville prices anything you want ball was much admired while dancing:, !
analytical, chemist of Brooklyn, N. Y., business will be left In charge of his which at she Is an expert. L
-Mr. Claude Ulmstead. well-known
a and Port Orange/ Fla., was a pleasant brother, Mr. Caspar Mlms. -Miss Daisy Brady gave a very enJoyable CAPTURE OF GAMBLERS.For \ ,
mldent of Fort Pierce, has his announcement social party last night to about 10 On our 4th page will\ be found the new
ID our columns this week. lie Is caller at this office Saturday/ last. lie SPRING AND SUMMER:\ MILLINERY friends and relatl Y(1S. Progressive heartswas ad of the Grand Atlantic, Daytonaun> : ,
about fclierlft J. Brown
time P.
here instructions
candidate for the office of representative came to give opened Monday. Feb. :.III.) best line ever the main feature of the evening. some past der tbe popular management of G. L. )
his house-boat the old Rose Marie \ and Marshal Van Worley have suspected "
having I
Mr shown In Tltusvllle John K. Walker and well known ,
and is asking for your vote. Four tables In and play Spence, an experienced
I were use continued
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should ben j'
Port that not It
Olmstead has a large number of friends sent to Orange.A & Co., Tltusvllle.Mr. \ with considerable spirit until the the everything stable of was Mr. Wm.as M. Brown on hotel man of Atlantic City, N. J., ss- t 1, i

InBrevard county, and some say he will 42 PIECE DINNER SET GIVEN away !\ Chas. R. Rlckboff Miss E. L. clock noted It was 10 :::11I.!() when the score Palm street, Tltimvllle; and as several Isled by Claude Johnson. Mr. Hpeuce y"' I twill t
lorely be elected. -auk for tickets at the popular store cards were collected the scores counted \ be remembered by many'as keeping \
Rick holt and Miss M, }{Koolman all of negroes were noticed, In the evenings, Ij !
I WE SELL ALL KINDS OF GLASS and of J. K. Walker & Co., Titusville-Dry Orange City, la, have been guests of and the prizes distributed as follows going und coming from that neighbor- he River View in HeabreeKS two yeais 'i
Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Furniture. Mrs E. E. Rollins ladles' Mr. D. ago; and as being one of Ditytonu's most I
Chlnaware, Cutlery, Agricultural Im the Indian River hotel this week. They prize; lood, tho premises were placed under substantial citizens. Mr. Johnson is .
plements Patent Self-Locking Blocks, Messrs.\ ti. C. Boylston, Jr, of the made a sailing cruise to Rockledge and B. Piltohani, gentleman's prize; and survellance. well known by a large portion of the ,
Yacht Supplies, etc, and, It will be Seaboard Air Line; and J. M. Fleming, return on Monday, and yesterday they Mrs. II. W. Reynolds consolation prize. On Saturday night twelve negroes head the ad. I '
to the Interest of your pocket to call two popular and well-known) passenger sailed off to the Haulover on a fishing Vocal and Instrumental music and refreshments were observed leaving the premises; so raveling public I

and examine our large and varied agents: spent Washington's birthday at and duok shooting trip, on board Capt. consisting of claret punch, on Monday night Sheriff Brown and The Palm Beach hotels are pretty well l
Block of goods. Jas. Prltchard & Hotel Royal Poinciana, and were present John Slmonson's yacht.Mr. sherbet and cake followed. All report avery Marshal Worley made a raid on the with tourists and the managers are i ii ii'llIed \

Son, Titusville.On at the grand ball. Mr. Fleming is cOnnected Geo. M. Bobbins who spent a enjoyable evening place, and captured' seven negroes In the going: / around with very jovial counten- I

2nd will be found the with the I.. & N. Ky.Mr. couple of weeks or so at Miami taking -Palm Beach's we11 known society act of gambling. They were, on Tues nres. Surf bathing Is delightful at It ti' ,I
our
page A. D, and Geo. E. Andrews
day before County Judge Palm 1 Jlel\Ch. Supt.
ad of Messrs. commission of the testimony In connection with the bay paper on Wednesday says: 'In yesterday's brought f
j Lee A Bryant, M. J. O'Brien president 'e
Penney and llnod $.it Q each or throe the water Is at the correct tempera-
J merchants, Ashevlllo, N. C. This firm isI Southern Express Co. : Mr. J. B. Hocksday front law suit, returned here the first of paper the Dally News admitted thatIt months'. Impilsonment. Mr. Wm. M. says cure, and the air sufficiently warm to "j t i I
I eliciting share and othe Southern Express tbe week; and after spending a short was a matter of Impossibility to obtain
of -
a patronage superintendent
your ,
Brown the of the place Is at taking cold after leaving old .Ii.4t '
owner
prevent
II Mr. Bryant has visited Titusville on Co.; and Mr. Williams, private time wAdlncc through his pile of correspondence the names of all dancers at the Washing f .
Miami and as he Is much opposedto Neptune. Dally large number of persons -
ton Birthday Ball. Among those. not very r
I moral occasions, and is personally secretary to Mr O'Brien; were presentat left on the early morning train
he will no doubt be pleased enjoy the surf bathing. The CaIno -
gambling ,
J known to us. we would suggest' that the Washington Birthday Ball, at the Wednesday, for Jacksonville.: r. Robbins' mentioned yesterday. were: Mr. and ,
well j
"f these Breakers Is
at tbe arrest and conviction near the patronzod
Mrs. I. I). II. I h'alph, Messrs. S. A, andS
extensive law him
1 jone themselves of the East Coast growers. place the Royal Polnclana, Palm Beach, Monday the practice keeps I. Hendrlckson, of Philadelphia; gentlemen of color found gambling In and forms a very Inviting place to ,j. ,
with continually on move.
In communication
night.
its stable. est and watch the bathers tbe pool. ;
I above l> firm. Mrs. (I. D. Walker, a young society leader '
JAMES PRITCHARD A; SON keep one of Atlanta, Ga. ; Mr. Chas. II. Walton, Mr. Fred C. King, tbe popular and aoompllsbail \
-The Mr.. J. E. Lanouette, of the largest stocks of Wood and 011 Special Sale at ] lIne's. of Tltusvllle\ Fla.; Col. F. B. Hamilton, LECTURE IN TITUSVILLE. +l chief room clerk of Hotel I'r r 4

kte t of Port Tampa but now of Boston Stoves on the East Coast. They sell of New York. Col. Hamilton Is on Royal I Polnoiana, Palm Beach, who also .

"to li well-known to many residents of them as cheap as possible and it will ,' These goods represented In this advertisement Governor Ben Odell's staff; Mrs Hamilton On Monday afternoon next at 3 o'clockDr. holds a. sluilUr position during/ the summer I ,
Tltusvllle and other places along/ tbe Vou to examine these stoves be- Miss Hamilton Dr. Ileber hotel .
pay are extraordlnaryyalues. They E, Mellon the veil-known l.o- at the United !States: Saratoga,
1 ra-t Coast has been studying hard dnr- fore purchasing. elsewhere. Kemera- will\ be on .sale Monday next, Feb. 20tb. Bishop, of Boston; Dr. and Mrs. urer Mary will address the ladles of the Progressive says the Royal 1'olnclana Is the I
the past two months to pass the ber heir price ate right. Children's fast black, Imported! cotton R. L. Potter, of Heabreeze Fla Mr. Culture Club, la their Clubroomover hotel In the world and now has about. I I;' a

achusetts Board of Pharmacy, and -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. bo..e.. fine or wide ribbed, double heeled and Mrs. 11. O. Wood, of New York. the postoffice, Tit uav II Ie. There 1/JlM/) ) guests Installed In It. The room ,
Ire
are pleased to note that he Is now a Jacksonville\ attended the Washington and Wed, all sizes, worth 35o for 2So.: !Mr. Wood Is a prominent lawyer and he will be no entrance fen, and the ladles of rack manipulated by Mr. King Is said tobe
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I'er fnll-tledlled(; pharmaceu tlstha vi nit passed birthday Ball, at Hotel Royal Polnciana, Boys and Misses double ribbed, fast and Mrs. Wood have been In Jamaicafor Titusvllle are cordially\ Invited to be 15 feet long, and contains 1,1I00.lIp. 'jl
,successful examination, at Boston, night, and met friends black hose, double heels and toes, sizes the past month. They ere all guests the above occasion. Considering the amount of worry and "' I
Monday many present on
=the 16th Instant. Boston is conslder- of the Hotel Royal Polnclana." mental strain Mr. King Is now h' :
there. They were on their way to Cuba. 7T to Of, 19c.Children's Do not miss this, for Dr. Hellen will he great /
?one of tbe most difficult places In the black cotton hose guaranteed No under, he appears to be In excellent phy- :;H
(; hlr. Myers Is the popular general manager tell you something of interest, gen-
and ojted(l States to pass an examination, : of the P. A O. Steamship Co., whose stainless, fine ribbed, spliced heels New Paint.We tlemen admitted. shoal condition; and so also Is Mr. Fred' l'. ,. '
much credit Is due Mr. Lanouette above hotel
the of the '
"* fine fleet of steamers run .between Havana 12io per pair.Ladies' terry, manager
rising: so rigid an examination at Nassau and Miami.Gardners .' $1.M) white canvas oxfords, 2| and the famous Hot Springs hotel, In y of, (
I lint Shoe ltepiilrlnff.< 1
trial before the Board of Phar- to 8's 09c.Misses take pleasure In advising; our trade Virginia. f,,
acy. Mr. Lanouette, who was former- and Children's 1.00 white canvas that we have secured the for the 1 > j'
Jchlef agency I do all kinds of boot and shoe repair- HOTEL I FORT PIERCE \ tf' i
? of the United States Weather flyers. Cxfords, Colonial style, with gilt I celebrated Black' Diamond Paint.It FonT PIERCE .
:> Tltusvllle owns a drug store lag and do not forget It. Opposite Jas. Fla. Sportsman's Paradise. Opposite "
tQpreallln buckles 09o. Is a black paint for use on roof.,
Tampa. We four of the leading makes of Pritchard A Son.. ANIMIKW Oinsojr, Indian River Inlet. W. G. Lore, Prop.
fences
FURNITURE, carry bridge., steam pipes, freezing Tltusvllle, Fla. 'I
shoes-Ilanoao and Douglas for men I jam, coils, etc. +}
Launch for Sale. DRY GOODS, and boys; Crlppendorf and Dlttman's Price $1.00 per gallon. Special prices A Hotel Wanted. j
SHOES. for' ladles. misses and children ; and ,on quantities. Write as. Sulphur Spring for Sale. .. tfr

f Coffee biggins 75cts, $1.00, $1.25. Hamilton Brown shoes for ladles, men, EAST COAST LUMBES tfe; SUPPLY Co. 'r
.ift7 ot." full cabin cruising launch, Copper coffee pots $1.50. boys and children. Eon Gallle, Fla. The famous Avon; Sulphur Springs located The town of Eau Gallle, 10O miles ,
T'. ow. fln 8hed In mahogany. Fla. JULIUS KLI.YI:, at Avon, Livingston county, N. Y. south of Jacksonville, on the Indian Rlv- F ,
Tltusvllle f-fer
enty horse power Standard motor. CHAS. A. GARDNER: Tltusvllle, Fla. About one hundred acres of land \\aolf d- and opposite the southern month of ,

path HARRY E. PETTEK, Land for Sale. lug about twenty acres of beautiful park, Banana Ricer, famed for Its duck sboot- I i

Rockledge. Fla. Cleaning and Pressing.All Launch tor Sale. five springs of sulphur water and a first- lag grounds, finds Itself In need of a first j
Io0n1e. Choice 6 and 10 acre lots on tbe Peninsular class half mile race track. These springs lass tourist hotel, having lost the "Gran J'. ]

for Light Housekeeping 17 foot launch with 3 h. Palmer between Waveland and Hewalls: produce> the finest sulphur water known. ada Hotel" by fire. The location Is one "
work done up-tc-days. Call and p. Point, fronting on both Indian and St. For address, Coast and local
fast and shoal draft has a further particulars ot the bent on the East I
Phree urnished;Rooms In cottage on lee ... Brown Gibson, at the Parlor centerboard engine, very for fishing., She: is In, good Lode rivers. Also Improved places: and C. S. CIIAPFOTIV, capital can be interested to build tbe F :: I

River' table Barber Shop: on Washington avenue. condition throughout. Price $200. neat, three-room unfurnished cottage to 26-4t 83 Rutgers St., Rochester, N. Y. boul. A fine opportunity for some 4 11
toru b rent. Apply to C. II. liACir E '
t eping.tueAlpply to, R. P. YATKS, I good hotel man. For particulars address, j t
Sale Cheap. I may Waveland Fla. Illver G. F. 1'ADbisov, Mayor, r \ '
MBS.! F. M. TA TLOR. For Hobe Sound, Fla. Kockledge, Indian ,
... Eau Gallle, Fla. \ .
'"Sale Canal For Sale. Launch For Sale-$2OO.\ Has one of tbe most attractive and V"t ,'
Orange and Pineapple The Flannery place at Haulover i i 1 '
the East Coastof
31 acres of land and a bouse. Fine location best stocked stores along Launch for Sale.
j Land. of land half :New Carver been Florida. You can Und everything!
for a CII1b-houMi; 2,000 feet waterfront 160 acres good pine way built launch, never
'tto acres choice land suitable for on the Lagoon, also fronting on between Eau Gal lie and :Melbourne; also jsed; 1J h. p. motor, 15>$ feet long 41 you need at this store. All kinds of fine foot speed; ; launch, "Scou," HII ': .:
Thirty
10 half cleared 4 Inch artesian Inches be&mi awnings cushions groceries and western meats.
the Canal. Excellent fishing sod huntng. acres, hanging horse ; ;
the finished In mahogany. 7K powerOth
''adlanPl aod StDLucienRivers on Also 10 acres of fine hammock land well. A C a bargain for HVX cash. anchor, etc. Too small for my flee Particular attention paid to the needsof
>.hS' ; will sell as and cruising parties.GEO. Century motor.
; a bargain. Montreal. Canada O. F. Paddl- Livery N. BATCH Prop.
F. J. Wean| aye, or, Launch Fir '
Sfeb4> C. BOCKMAX" Fla. Tltusville, FU. son, Eon Gallle, Fla. HlWeb/ Daytona, Fla. Barton Ave., RocUedge. 0-21 Rockledge, 1 roI II
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whAt plnop In more appropriate than Tendency of the Times. i FLORIDA'S FAMOUS TRAINS

i GOLDEN JONESToledo's the open ulr under the, star' of heaven The tendency of medical science Is to Lee & Bryant

for talking ft> a free people T ward preventive measures. The best ,
"Paul felt little shy because he ;
a thought the world I. being given to the 'chlcage&Florda! Limited"! ,.' ASHEVILLE, N. C.
thought It wan so different from what .'

Mayor Tells of His other people did. But I said: 'Never subject. It is easier and better to prevent -, G-cn.cra: ,], O ...,..,. ...,..,. :l.ss1.c :n.. ::DI.Iorohan.'ts:
than to cure. It has been fully ST. AUGUSTINE JACKSONVILLE -
Official Experiences. mind whnt other people do. on. If '
we're doing right we can afford to bdifferent. < demonstrated that pneumonia,one of the to CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS.: WE SOLICIT SHIPMENTS OF-

.' 'Well, father.' said he when most dangerous diseases that medical This train Is operated over the nhorteAt l line "
HOVEL LAUNCIffilQ OF HIS BOOM. we reached our pll1 'e. 'what tune shall men have to contend with, can be prevented between 8t, Augustine, Jacksonville, .*? ICBKO ...L"rXTS:: de : : :: A. LES.WE .
and St. Louis, and affords the quickest scbtidiiM)
I play?' -It'll the 17th of March,' said by the use of Chamberlain's Cough by nearly two hours. :MAKE PROMPT RETURNS.

I. 'We'll give them something/ appropriate Remedy. Pneumonia always result This train 1" the standard of perfection In fasenger .
I Chief Executive: of Ohio City .a y. HeHeullr to Bt.: Patrick's d.iy. You play from a cold or from an attack of Influenza service. ,consisting of 1'ullman Vestibule' REFERENCES : Battery Park Bank, Asheville, N. C.; Bank of Hendersonvllle, fdersonvllle .

I Enjoyed His) Slncle Handed "Klllnrney" and when the crowd gath. (grip), and It has been observed that Drawing ohiuirvaitlitn room(,.,.sleeping*.. Compartment Dining. V :N. C.;,Dunn and Bradstreet Commercial Agencies

I Cfinipalirn Aval" the Older. Par- era I'll tell them a story.' this remedy counteracts any tendency This of -Leave*-ttt.:Augustine; T::20 a. m.; Jacksonville, --'-

aJ' tie_How lie Spend! III* Time la "'%'e did that. lIe played 'Killarney' has these been diseases fully proven towards in pneumonia.many thousands 8 1:MA:40 a.p.m.in. Arrive Chicago, 4:10 p. ru.| St. Louis),

_ ImprovIng! the City. Over Which ... and played it well. A lot of people of cases In which this remedy has been -0- MASON M. CLARK

Preside stopped to listen and wbeu be finished used during the great: prevalence of colds "The Dixie Flyer" ,
I began my story. In a few minutes and grip In recent years and can be relied

"I was born again, civically BpcakIng w. had a crowd there, which gradually upon with Implicit confidence. Pneumonia JACKSONVILLE to CHICAGO and 110 Murray Stieet. and 100 West Street, NEW YORK.

- with my first election as mayor of welled till It reached a thousand. A1 often results from a slight: cold ST. LOUIS.

('Toledo, O.," !said! Samuel M. Jones recently the end of my story I struck Into aspeech. when no danger Is apprehended until It Pullman Vestlbilled. Drawing-room, Sleeping;
Is fever
to a corrwipondent of tbe New I told the people that I win is suddenly discovered thatthore In Cars, from Jacksonville to Chicago and St Lout Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant
and difficult In breathing: and pains via. Tllton Macon, Atlanta Lbalianouga,(Look ,
York Post "1'rlor to that I bud been going to stand for mayor again/ all by the chest, then it Is announced that the out Mountain) and NsBlivlIle.

a Republican Plmrlsee. I thanked God myself. I was not going to hove any patient has pneumonia. Be on the safe Lnave Jacksonville. 8::011 p.m. Arrive Chicago
organization. We'd get along without side and take Chamberlain's Cough 0.:IIS.. ra.;18t. I.OUIB, T a. m. the second morning SPECIALTIES; :
day that he bad made me a member -
every for either tbe
For Bleeping car reservations
committees or officers or any of that Remedy as soon as the cold Is contracted.It .
above trains, or other Information, write or
of the of high moral Ideas. any
party sort of thing. I Just wanted to see always cures. For sale bv all druggists call on Florida
One day I was Induced to let my name what kind of government the people : and medicine dealers. E. J. W WALKER Fla. I>&sll.Agent. Pineapples, Oranges, Grapefruit,

be used at a convention for nominating themselves wished. Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Ry.

a mayor. That was In 1807. There "The Jones; boom was launched that IInu'.ee of GI.... 212 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.

9 were three tickets up in that convene night. We kept the thing up and gave Glass houses of a very substantial
tion, the regular machine ticket and kind can now be built. Silesian glass-
the old parties a steady struggle till
two representing different efforts to makers are turning out glass bricks for
InDIGESTION
- election day. When the votes ware
break the machine. My friends got counted I was ahead again and hereI all sorts of building purposes. F. :R-uh.lm.au& Co.

after me and bad me nominated before am. I really enjoyed tbe single banded V llndn't Any Gall.
I wo* fairly aware what was going on. Do S
campaign. It was inxplrlng. "We always wondered what was the "I wa. troubled with stemaeh 261 Washington St. )l NEW YORK.
Z was royally supported and elected you remember what Walt Whitman matter with a particular hen In 'our trouble. Thedford's Black-. 93 Murray Street. J N. Y..

and became the Republican mayor of uys about being loved by strangers flock of chickens," said a resident of Draught did me more rood
Toledo. Then the fun began. : In one week than all the doctor's
about the that roll at
as
eyes ;you you
the east side of La Porte, Tex., to the n
medicine I
'Although I was fifty years old, big pass? Well. I have known what that took In a
tbe other -
Chronicle reporter of that city ;year.-MRS. 8ARAU E.
enough to know better, you will think, feeling Is. I was elected by the Ideal day. "$he would always mope I BUIRPIBLD, EUetUyille,IDOl.Theolford's Oranges Pineapplesand
>X WCR as Ignorant as a child of the mechanical democracy the plain people who doa't ,
V around on the outside of the flock when Black
side of politics In public office. ask anything end don't want anythingbut Draught
the others were feeding and was never
X didn't know the meaning of the word to be treated as men and equals." / quickly invigorates the action Florida Fruits Our Specialty.
chickens of
known to scrap with the other the stomach and
machine.' I had never attended a "Where do the clergy of the city
for a morsel of feed. When our attention cures even chronic cases of
caucus in my life. I still cherished the stand on your case? Did you have any was culled! to her actions we indigestion. If you will represent several of the largest shippers In your State:! and wish to representyou

old fashioned Idea that when a man support from them" take a small dose of Thedford's
thought die was Hlckly, but she grew, also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30( years.
became( mayor of a city he accepted "Oh, I get a volley from some pulpit thrived laid of Black Draught occasionally -
as
fthe office and administered It with a every* little while. The preachers abuseme as many eggs any you will keep your
the other hens and differed from the
prlew to the benefit of the whole pub- for not enforcing the liquor law. stomach and liver in perfect ESTABLISHED 1870.
of the Hock her of
rest only by; display condition.
ill c and that alone. I soon had my My answer Is a very simple one. 'Go .
timidity when tl'l'llInI"lnally/ we concluded
) eyes opened. ily Republican friends ahead,' I say 'and Iiupeiirb me. I I
crowded around me to tell me to ap. won't resist Turu me out of my office.I on" clay to put her In the pot. M. Lane & Son
When wp dicnxcd her we found she
point So-and-so to one place becauHo didn't want It In the first place, and THEDFORD'5BLAKDRAUiHT
had and satisfied.
no gull our curiosity wa ,
he had swung so ninny votes In hU I'm all ready to give It up now.' But ."
//ward and to such and such a have challenge. -
approve they never accepted my NfW
\ ( 250 WASHINGTON STREET, YORK.
measure passed In council because the ."

!party manager were pledged to It, and "You say that ;you would not resist 'Irvlng'H" Itiichu Wafers

ItIIls and that and the other thing of Impciu'hiuent?" Cine all kidney troubles, stopp pain In Southern Fruit ,and Produce

''the same sort, were pressed upon mo' Why should I? I never found any ,hn buck make lues It albumen In the More sickness is caused by

.till I was made half dizzy profit In fighting. Our business even ll urine Impossibleand oClllall'rebulld, the constipation than by any

"Well, I rejected advice and refused run without litigation. We have valuable other disease. Thedford's
favors right and left and got all the patents. We see them Infringed shrunken walls of the kidneys. They Block-Draught-not only relieves CO ::cl.ission.:: : :IMCeTola.SL3a.ts.: : : : :
contain just what is wanted to I'em..vetbe
party managers down on me as a matter every day by our competitors but we constipation but cures
of course. When my term ended, I never appeal to the courts. I have no ; disease, heal the sore. spot and dianh land dysentery and FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

'had nothing to show for It on the par use for such Institutions. We make bad strengthen the whole organ.: They never keeps the bowels regular.

ity's account except a record for duty debts now and then, but we never sue fall to bring relief within few hours and :::H: ::jKNSy Stencils, Card and our quotations furnished on application.

,.i well us I could soo It. I attended to collect them. We employ no attor-- cure to stay cured. Soldat, l Octs a box All 23-oent/ druIr packages."Thedford's f.t. sell. .- -- --

'the Republican convention called to neys, and yet we get along just as well by Red Cross Pharmacy

,nominate my Huccessor. My own re apparently as those who do."" Dlack- Florida

nomination was not thought of for a "But though ;you despise courts you Draught to is the best medicine East Coast Ry.
regulate the bowels
moment by the machine Some of my must direct the operations of the police I Lave ever used."- MRS.

old friends came to me and said; ?" TROPICAL A. M. GRANT, Sneads LOCAL TIME CARD No. 52. In Effect 12,1904.NORTHBOUNDREAD
jones, I wish we could nominate you. "My friend I couldn't tell ;you the Ferry, N. C. January .

Will you stand and make a fight here?' name of the chief of police without SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. UP.

I answered: 'No; I've hud enough./ stopping to think. I know that he 18

Others said: See here, Jones, they've chosen by the board of public safety PINE APPLE I No.9N29N36 STATIONS I No. 98 No.78 No2SDaily.

V put up a big tight on you because you under civil service rules. They've Juggled CONSTIPATion n"lIy. Daily IMly. Dally. IJaily..a .

haven't stood by the party during your with thoHo things so muctaln tryIng 905 p 10 00 766 a LV..MJ..ck8..nvlJ! .. .........Ar K 411 a 7 30 p 7 40..p ....
term, but It you'll promise to be more to Ue my bands that I know little .2! 8 13p 10011 S ............_80. M Kl: 722 I "' :'..
.. 925 1I1 900 B. 'MSC, 80 11 8 20 840 P :: .
rAN'rr-sEVlcitALrKRsoNS: 01" cnA It.I V ''''' .7 V
tractable next term we cun nominate! more about them than you do. Why, I I I V actor anil good reputation In each state S 9 67 pili M AIIICII"\lneM..i. es 6 33 P ..';i!
;you now out of band.' Snld 1: 'My have better uses& for men than locking TAR and (one In thin county required) to repn-| : to_ IZ_1.:12: _12_PI 9 40 ii.j ...a 11I: 5 15 p II 115 m :=.;..
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friends, you know from what I have them up." sent ami bonne r.dvertlne of aollil ntil financial established neanillnir.wealthy Salary business 4 1035 p'tZ 40 P 10 \flit H -................... .. ".,............... 11011 4 60 4 110 p .....,
done In the past Just what I should do ""'hat do you do with your time, '' I.OO weekly-wlth expense additional, all pay- 940 pill 41> a 91&\ a Lv..l.Rh.tk..M,...............Ar7 uu 20 p 820pI. g,.:.1:;
able In cash. direct each Wednesday. from head .. ::
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In the future. I couldn't do .Y'
anything pray? dittoes. Horse and carriage. Inrnlsheil whi>n neo- 7 151' Ar..o' 1II..leo..Lv! 500 .. ""
elite If I tried. It Isn't In me.' "Improve the city wherever I can sea WINE. eiiHary. llofertfnoen. Enl.. .. snlf-adrlresned euyeloue. :; 720 pi II 001.. 8 011 ..1.v..I".n "' "h..A 7 M I IS 7 111 puc !"fI

"Well, they went ou and made their It needs Improvement and the power of Colonial.&I2 Dearborn Ht.Chinago.FOLEflh1ONEYANDTfR. :-, ---I 1249p .................. ... V ..................Lv 4rOp- -a.;-115.! '"'
nomination. Some Democrats came tome the Is I take the .V: 1 U1 P ............._..... l1nnel. .M.................. .4 23 ..
mayor adequate. 1 09 P ..................... III11'ollt..................... ISVu i:' 1I
V and talked about my going over to morning usually to look around. I don't t" 11 33 I' 3f P 10 47 R .....................OrlOoui! .......,........... 5 5) a 47 4 48 P =;; ..
I their but I siild 'No. If eat breakfast. That I $ l144p. .................... .468 *.4 438p5: -"
party, : you any saves me ail has cured bad Cures Cold Prevents Pneumonia 5.3 I ICe.................. 3a 3......,
-lr want to vote for me you may, but I 'hour In the best part of the day. Willie more | 12 17 R 2 I ....,...............80 05 4 15 p :i.S
fS .................... .i
like tall others : Z 40 5.
ram not to tie
myself a are I walk about .
going breakfasting of a. 47p101i43e.I.yluna. ............... ... ::r
cases Indigestion ; I J.I a 3 8:16: I .i 02 p 3 29 p iI'...;
to any party kite.' A lot of Independent Toledo. I usually foot It for four or five DO YOU GET'UP to .! : ........,............ .2 23p 257 ;; c
eI .................. oen
nominated that miles : io 248p .,
citizens me year looking after things myself Instead La Grippe, Stomach : 4 : .................... 2 iSp na-
and when the votes were counted I was of trusting to others to do It for WITH A LAME' BACK V a.!i'!! 4 .................. ................... 2 OOp :: .,
ahead of the of both I of disorders and '" 531 P .."$''', ," ....- ........... 11 86 :-. f
away candidates me. get my fill good fresh mqru- Coughs \0 ___ 1::; 8 13 P .,I the old parties. The third time-In Ing air and feel better for It. Then I Kidney Trouble Makes You ."2 .17 a 823 P 2 4a }o.ort I'lerce................... 1280 I.tO 40 1 00 P =
Miserable. .!: ._ ....... ........ z.
11)01) -I was nominated again as an Independent get around to works 11 bait Colds this winter than :!! 8 47 P Tlbba l ... ioia
our by or iI
!i 8 51 P. ..M.Kllen......................... to tig _!to.L" .
though the Democrats finally past so as to take dinner with the Almost everybody who reads the newspapers 8 a8 ...Jen,eo ..................... 10 04 :-_ .,
Indorsed me and I' won once more. men." ALL OTHER remedies Is to know of the :, 7 05 ..Stuart!" ...................... g ..
sure wonderful 1:11: ; 7 32 p. ...........lIohe I"ol1nd................... 9 28 II!
Then there was a big combination to I saw the works later In the day and combined. cures made by Dr. .c..... 749 .WI"Mt Jipiter. ............... 9 10 l'iII -4
nomination the dinner Klimer'55wampRoottet)1 84 i 900 p..V. hum Beach.............. 10 30 8 Sit 11 15 I .. r;_
prevent my getting a again hall which Is hung with --- Il the .J 8 sa aj 9 110 PI 4 40 .......1..1... lIe..clI ................" 5 211 a U 06 I II Z!:
from any source; that was lust uprlug. pictures and mottoes. There Is a stage : ) I I l!I great kidney liver ii: V .711If 9 27 PI .....lI..ynlon.......................I 11020, 7 as a ;0 "
L4 and bladder remedy. wB 72936p .......... V"lrll" .............. ate :: :.I.!
said tulala
.t good many people !! VeIl ou one side, with musical Instruments 4,, It Is the great medical :- 8111 a 1022 p1 .................Ft. Lander'lnla.. ................. 8 29 8 119 PU'
the last of Jones.' Hut I had my which lire played by tbe members of -.11 triumph of the 8lolR1040p: ........... llnllonliiIe. ............ ,.... 8 I 0 5 20C : ...
the nineteenth R 4:1 .11 02 P1 ...........Ll'mon City..7: 47 5 M ....
Golden
doubts. When I found that the party Rule band when they meet
lit 110 ij century: discovered roll R 1 I If) 8 40 .Ar..MIi.ml..I.v 7 40 Orea R5OR........
L oligarchies were getting: nil ready to divide from time to time. Clone by Is the I I' V Iht after years oft1' Trains do not stop at statlona where time Is not shown.
the HpoUn after the old fashion because Golden Rule park, where the children Lii scientific research by

they thought I was dead and have swings and sand piles and the ( Il 1'f"\- Dr. Klimar, the eminent Condensed Schedule Uetwecn Jacksonville St. Atigisatine.JACKSOdVILLE .

burled politically and that the great workmen gather on fine Sunday after .jfl U kidney and bladder NCI.31-l4o..37-N.. ".."'tNo.111.
--- \ No.35 t No.29 t No.27 f'NO.43 99tN o.
of the who did not noons and then hear specialist, anj Is 11..lIy 1I"lIy
mass people, care now to speeches
1 wonderfully successful In promptly TO IT. AUGUSTINE. Dall,. 1)aily. n.eii.j p..lly.IEa. MOD lea. Molt flatly Dally. X& Mon
for parties, but did care for free popular from orators who are friends of the curing '
bead lame back, kidney, bladder uric acid trou- Lv.: .lackauvtlle........,.. 7 M 1\iiooo 10lll: s 1 30p12 30 P 3 00 P 8 05 P "iIii'"P.apr.
government In the city were not of the shop. Across the street Is a bles and Brlght's Disease which Is the worst 8t. Auic..tlne..S. M a 1110 ml 11 24 2 30 Pl3 30 p 4 00 I' 9 III p 9 31 I' 10 35 P
going\ to have anybody to vote for, I Golden Rule kindergarten where the See ycn.1r: : zu7it g- form of kidney trouble. ---- -. -

r bald to my wife '1 think I shall haveto little ones In tbe operatives' families ""DV'r1.'te 'thoaJ3. Dr. Khmer s Swamp.Root Is not recommended IT. AUGUSTINI IN 92 t'No:98 Ng;' I jNg;' I -No.44-Ng.1; No. 30 t No.73 t No. 28t
run aguln.' She said: 'Now, don't bo have their young minds trained. ; ; r for everything but if you have kid TO JACKSONVILLE Dlllly Dally E&. SIIDIE& SliD Daily j1. Bun Daily Dall, Daily

j so foolish. You know you didn't want "These things seem to me as good as : 1ao1u.rors; '". ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found Lv. It. / 20 aJ 780 ii 1110 aI 11 40 aJt2 I 0 DI 450 P SlOp 82 P 84 "P p
the office either time, and It's been the address to the people which the Just the remedy you need. It has been testedIn .Ar. Anguetine..7. .$ 4O.i2lOp1I24Op 1 IOP5 10 p hOp 7301' 74OP
so In hospital work In
V nothing but an expense and a worry to newspapers' refused to print for ;you," practice many among ways the helpless too poor private to purchase The Following Are Through 1'ullmaii Trains I

;you. You're getting old enough to set I remarked to the mayor. llIrr relief and has proved so successful In EASTERN TRAINS WESTERN TRAINS

tie down and enjoy your home and Ills shrewd eyes were guilty for the j. every casa that a special arrangement has -owe N!... S 31? and.nd 32 I8---:'New ol1lh.rn'York.and Palm Florid Limited*Special I +SN.5.)..93 18 and and92 18--rhlcavo Chtcsiro and and Florida Florida Special!Limited

have a little peace.' That's all true,' first time of a manifest wish to twin .. been made by which all readers of this paper oNo. 43 and 44-Heaboard Florida Urolled tNo.27 and 30-The Florida Limited

said I. 'I didn't want the office, and I who have not already tried it. may have a Then trains cbarged.T .
kle."I are composed asolaatvely or Pullman Car. and extra seat fare will be
have bad a I lot of hard work. Rut when got even with the newspapers," sample bottle sent free by mall also a book ____ Pay roaches operated on these trains on which no extra or seat .fare. .Is charred.
they nay I'm dead and burled I want said he. "I appended that campaign telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. SANFORD BRANCH. ORANGE V"fy BRANCH.Il .
i to lICe whether that Is a fact I believe document to my annual message to the
When writing mention reading this
there are lucre people In this city who city fathers. Whoever reads the message offer In this paper and generous : ) RTAtlOa. I)117 f STrloNs.

want me-and need me than there are has to read the open letter to the send, your address to 06 .....,,, ,,,,. ,,, _._ 12 50 p 4 20 nI 1.' 10 OL.1f Bmyraa..A I 55 p1 7 10 p
politicians who want to !see! the last of people." Dr. Ktlmer&Co.BingIIH V iuL.hamton C iii ,....,._........(). ....,.,,,.... Ii 22 s S 04 11 21 aiL..L.k.11.1ea. A I *0 00p

me.' I couldn't help'thinking that the new N. Y. The 80 MaILvEntrpriee.A Ar..Nantord...............Lv Ii 10 80 eQs a 5 5 20 isflii p 11 4 so 4Ir..Or.OJa..L II I OOPI 65 p SMAYPORIBRANCH.
"So I wrote a short address to the form of the Golden Rule, "As ;you do TropicalManufacturing regular fifty cent and Hom.or w.mp-Roo..

.people and carried It to the newspapers.We to others, others will do to you" mightbe dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.WORMSV Ne.IOuDdo,

> have three dallies In Toledo-He- lengthened to add "What ;you won't Ow,

publican Democratic Independent do for others, others! may get done In 11 00 .] 4 .,.... ..........,...........,.............. 113014011P
All refused to print It. They differed In jt.u* of yOU.N 4 05 a 4 53p aLV,8outhJack.ony..L S 22 sI 3 Sip
l O 54 6 24 Pablo 7 60 .1 alOAI
every other respect!! but they were a 11 4 S Se ,.._,,,.,,.,.,.......,... ... .,., ,,, 7 46 54 3.M9onv
unit on the anti-Jones proposition. They Opaao S 45pjieAr.... .. _Mayport..x p sealS

bad agreed among themselves that they cures a cold In at hours. If you have PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL. STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
Mesa la Quantity. Beat In
would not notice me In any way. I la grippe, cold neuralgia or headache, a Quality. ; -
tried to get my address Into one of few Opaao tabtets will cure &0 stay cured. Company "V' ..tL.L TID"S: CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI. WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. A 0. S. S. COMPANY FOB

them by paying for It as an advertisement They are a great tonic, better than quinine HAVANA, KEY WEST AND NASSAU.

_JV at space rates, but It was no use. or morphine, and do not affect the Cream Vermifuge !

I There was only one thing left for me to heart. Price, 25oU. Red Cross Pharmacy.; JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. Th_Time Tables show the U..... a. which tnllU ma, be ospe0t04 to .rrtve and depart
FOB fro_ ths ....era! .tado. bus their I\rrl.. or d.pnrsuis a' the I1m. ......
40. I called my son Paul, Mho plays -rKAB* g:.r. lbs Company bold iuelf responsible fur an, daisy or say ........aeaaVajCaK l _
Hie saxophone In our band. 'Son,' said OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF W AL- Has Led all WORM Remedies.

: I. 'get ;your Instrument and come down ton's Rapid Calking Tools now la use -Sold by- KVKMV: : BOTTLE: OUAMANTKCD.: : Per Cfr; .* t.. IJOCAL TIMB CARD a.. Other ......UocI
l '*ie street thll'evening with me. We'll United States. SOLD BV ALL DKUCCISTS.raarieiv t SEB TMO TICKET "
by boat owner In the V V AQEVTT.
l fliiil the largest open space we con at a.corner Red Cross Pharmacy, .
Price |...00 and 8.00 each, at the ADVOCATE sr J. P. )RAIINER Aut" Pen. P.. .
1' where men are passing to and Tltusvllle. Fla. JAMES :T. BAIXARO. ST. tOTJIS. .. Agt., ST. AUOUSTINC. FLA.L.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 26, 1901T 3 i iprofesei0n11

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Oarda. A Mother's .. I
Recommendation. Public Srliools" and Moral Character I

:::;..- I have lined Chamberlain's Couch Rem- The New York Outlook lately submitted /J'CCIDINTAl' ? Official Supply 11011110 of The'Illinois I 'Isbermen' Alsoclation. i
edy for .
M. BOBBINS, a n'lmbor' of years and hay no to the COMORO presidents of the :
GEO. bmltancy In saying that It U the best 1t 1tMaouf'Ktllrera
AND COUNSELOR remedy for coughs: colds and croup, I country this question: The jury returned ) The Chicago N't ana Twine Co. i
ATTORNEY have la ; a verdict of acd-
ever used In my family. I have any difference noticeable In the moral "
AX-LAW. words to express not character ot young men who come from dental death on the man who fell from of- I '
confidence
remedy.-Mrs. J. my In this the public achools and that of those. who the window ledge on which he had fallen oo "I
I'-jjj\ practice In State and United States : l\lIcb.\ For sale A. )Moore North Star, come from the denominational church asleep But the death was really due to

Court. medicine dealers. by all >'ug tl8ts; and and other private schools .1>,. '.' .... "': carclesanesswhich I

Tmravn-tE FLA. :Nineteen presidents responded and .Jl. ,,.- I made ,
Office at ,
the accident P7 0
The announcement that Monte Carlo their testimony was almost unanimous IIt

--- GAULDEN, made $7.000,0H last year will probablynot that the morale of public school boys JI J:' possible.There are. a t; E i ,

D.L. keep other people from thinking is quite as high as that of boys from II '""[ Ie:. great ninny '
!
ATTORNEY AT.LA that they can go there and bent the other schools.' President Jacob Gould -j lives suddenly M is I
-
game. Schununn of Cornell university givesfigures i i"-- terminated (y II I I
all the Courts of I_ as a eM
In
will practice the State
to show that the public schools result! ofcarelessness H
4 Florida and the United States Courts. If the peace societies really want to actually produce a larger percentage ot: FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Detcrlptlon.o I

r.o Rox:.236.: T.rTU3VILLE, FLA.. abate horrors Dealers In Seine Twine Maitre Cord Etc. f1; :
they should drop the war church members than private schools although the Hope,

question and turn their attention to lIe says: medical certificate Originators onWholesale Prices direct to the Flahermen. [
T1' J. WEBB, American e :t may 79-81-83.E. Indiana St. Chicago, 111.
railroads. At the beginning; of each year the Unl. read "heartfailures" ,
L. ...Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter... ,
ATTORNET-AT-LAW veralty Christian association !. In the
California I'rune WafersAre habit of asking each member of the fresh When a man Wears Members of the-Illinois, Fishermen's Association.
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th man class to stats hta.-cr her religious takeschanceD
for made from the fresh California affiliations. and they have informed' mi I
Circuit. Taxes paid non-residents fruit that of r with .. .. ,
and accounts collected. used all over the land to cool and the present freshman claaa (74 - --""
and tents refresh the stomach and Intestines and hare reported on the question of which his stomach1
to number 3(3 have staled that they are and neglectsthe IF YOU WANT A.
Trrr8VlLI.E; FLORIDA. keep the bowels active. The most ..
warning of
disease he.
delicate memberi of some recogalaed church. On symptoms is
Invalid can take these Wafers for consulting the university record we find carelessly! inviting calamity.
D. PENNEY constipation Indigestion, and all lIver that of theme 574 students 450 came to ua Dr. Pierce'* Golden Medical Discovery t

A. and bowel troubles, without fear of grip- from the publlo achoola while the remain- cures diseases of the stomach and other Lot \ ,
Ing or pain. They act gently but surely, ing. its pursued their preparatory studies organs of digestion and nutrition. It .Building I
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, stimulate digestion; and hasten the pass In private or In denominational achoola enables the perfect digestion and assimilation .. S ,
age and absorption of food and by checking up them two Hats by 1
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. represhlng mean of the data which the Christian of food, which make strength.

Will practice In all the courts of the 7th Cross the whole body. 100 wafers 25cts.; Red association has furnished us we find that It stimulates the liver, cures biliousness, or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
Pharmacy.
of the 460 from the publlo schools 297. or and removes bilious impurities from the
Judicial Circuit.! 45 per cent, declare themselves to be blood. LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,

11lasters' Bale. church members, while of the 118 from the "I had been troubled with a pain in lower PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN '
private and denominational schools only part of my stomach for three year, so severe I Ii -I
G A. FROST, i- 84, or 66 per cent, make such declaration, thought It would kill me in time. writes Mr. We probably have for sale Just what you are seeking. .
the remaining students In each category Aaron Van Dam ofAen.ington.aq( ) ) neth M..
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, UNDER ANn BY VIRTUE OF A. FINAL answering the Question In the negative. Chicago, 111. *I could hardiywork; It felt likea Settlers are Hooking in but still there Is room. It you are i
of foreclosure and sale mails anti The fact that Mr weight hanging:on .,.and got so bed that
Will practice in all the Courts of the 7th rendered I In the Circuit Court In and for our freshmen who practically two-thirds of I had to take medicine. ] uwd Stomach Hitters looking this way, drop line to t '
llrevarcl county Florida, wherein Emma Morgan : come from the publlo for s time but It did no good so I wrote to I>r. '
Judicial Circuit. In complainant and D. 1.. Alderman et al., am schools ar. church members Is a conclu R. V. pierce for advice, which he gave me immediately. 3rd Vlce.Pre.ident. : '
defendant, the undersigned. a. Special Maxtor Dive refutation of the allegation that the I followed hit directions I used two JAS. E. INGRAHAM t
TrrusviLLE, FLORIDA. In Chancery will on the 7th day of March A. D. public schools are breeding an Irreligious, bottle*or his medicine and was elved. t had a \
1004 the same being the first !Monday of March ) moral and anarchical class of cltla..... torpid liver. which was troubling me Instead of BLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
and legal gales day, sell for cash to the highest cramps. (C. I though), so Or. Pierce told me.
A. MORGAN, and belt bidder tliereior the following property: President Charles W. Eliot of Harvard I has is.pound... sine Ih.D.KDr. nlt now; have gained laweight ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

FREDERICK The Raid John Honr,. a. Special. Mater In university says! :
Chancery will.nail Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure -
before the Court House door conatlpatioD. -
Abstracts of Title. In TltllRvllie. Brevard county, Florida.. on th" We observe that the students who come They do not beget the pill .
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE first Monday In March 1904 all that tract of I from public schools cannot be distinguish habit. .
land .
lying In Brevard county Florida and. liencrlueil sd from the students from other sources

Loans, Notary Publlo. The South an follow Went*, towlt quarter cf the South East swt any morul around.. Orow til of Klectrl Lighting. .y

quarter of Section (CtJ)Thirteen in Township 35 In similar
| vein
President Arthur T.
Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. Houtli of Range 37 East containing 4D acres more There I IA much of Interest In n late Notice :
,
Or I ItfBH. Hadley of Yale university observes:
TITUSVILLE, FLA. And the Raid Wade H. Jones a* Special. Master bulletin Siwnetl by the census' bureauof
In Chancery; on the first Monday in March We feel justified In saying that we have the department of commerce and labor '
1004 at the 1'g.t+tre known as the Alderman not noticed any adverse effect of the pub- I I'I tf
0. A. FROST. WADE n. JONES. Pasture In Krevarct County. Florida, lying westerly lie schools upon the moral character of which show the growth of the ,
from Fort Pierce Hell for cash to the lichen our students taking the publlo school pupils electrical Industry during the last fiscal
anal bent bidder !
A JONES all the
: following personal prop
FROST as a body on the one hand and comparing ,#
'
remaining and ranging In the counties of
year. '
Usceola Hrevurd. and Dale, State of Florida them with those of private, church !
REAL ESTATE described, .M follow i or denominational schools on the other. Electric lamps were first used commercially 0; "
AND
INSURANCE, All the Interest of Emery L. Lesley' and his We get a good class of boys from both to a limited extent, In 1870. To Packers and Growers of Pineapples! and
Loans and Collections wife Jennie Lvxley.ln the took of cattle sold l kinds of Institutions. 1
to 1>. L. Alderman by BUI of Sale dated Jan. 21. but the first central electric light station -
TITUSVILLK FLORIDA A.D. 1901. Said stock being marked crop spll President David Starr Jordan of Le- Tomatoes : :: t
such
current to lamps
In one ear, crop undo"lop8] In the other also land Stanford writes supplying '
crop split In one ear sharp in the other and, university : wan not installed until 1870. Incandescent :, ;1
Branded "J Fleur da luce" and "J Y Fleur de We do not find In general that the moral
O. A. WORLEY. R. II. SEYMOUR. uce" ami club cross. character of students coming from churchor lamps were Introduced com Before you purchase your Paper for i t

1XTORLET A; SEYMOUR, JOHN HENRY., denominational schools Is superior to mcrclally during 1880 and 1881 and ,
Muter In
Special Chancery. that of students coming from the publlo the first central station
WADE la.JONES, commenced
81"'clall\l..ter. In Chanoer,. schools. On the average the characterof it "illu to write for j jJ
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Do Feb.B, 1904. graduates from the publlo schools la operations In 1882. but during the Interim wrapping, ,, ) you us

a general practice In State and Fed- rather higher but that Is In part or whole a number of Isolated lighting
ly due to the tact that idle sons of
eral Courts. attention
Special
givento Notice.I wealthy parent. are often sent to church plants had been installed for lighting
Wo furnish '
admiralty practice. schools because of their supposed greater buildings and vessels. electricity has samples and prices. can you

FBISSELL BUILDING, MIAMI, FI.A.STEPHEN rigidity of discipline. With all their detects been used It'IIlI ,
commercially than twen-
A. C. CnoO\f, COMPTROLLER OF THE and limitations our 'public schools" ), I[
I ." State of Florida, do certify that a from the primary school to the state university ty-flre years, yet during this comparatively '
Planters and different colors.
E. FOSTER Association under the name of the different grades ,
are sending out a body of sturdy
short the
period Industry had
Security Hank lix'ated' at Jen en. Florida andoriranlzwl
self clean
reliant young people who haveIn ,
under the Laws of has
FlorIda. complied -
ATTORNEY- T-LA W.TDyalUpchurch with the Ranking Laws of the State of: the main the essential of sound life. outstripped many of Importance which I
Florida before commencing the business of were much older. The urban popula "" i..
The concurrent testimony of these saved in is
Money buying '. [
Building/ Jax. banking anil that l>v virtue of the authority: 4
vested In me by Section 2174 of tin Hovlmitl college presidents la a strong vindica- lion Is now largely\ and In some localities :
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Statutes of the State of Florida. the Association/ absolutely dependent It for
tion of the high moral character of our npon I
!b hereby authorized! I to commence a |general 1 I
fink.ng L u.te under t t e "ante above given. public schools. As nearly If not quite transportation. facilities artlllolal light
S. with a cal'ltalltock of C15I1e' ( .W. : Tr&T)1. :
N BURNUAM, M. D. and power for manufacturing. Of the .1\1.0NJTIY .
all of them are members of Christian
Given under my hand and seal of office this
20th of A.I). 1.8112!> places reported) at the twelfth ,
day January, IW4. churches, they will not l>o suspected! of A

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, feb(teal/5.8t1) A. C. CROi Comptroller.M, special pleading In behalf of public census as having a population of 2,500 (1"

Ear, Nose and Throat. schools. and over, 1.011 hud one or more central t \

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. Notice to Creditors. electric stations operated either Independently Write usUnited t:

Verbosity: In Public Documents. or In connection! with an electric I
"p.
DR. HOUOHTOVS A LLPERSONRIIOT.DTNOCL.tiMSAOAICSTL1 An Ulustratlon of the verbosity which railway and there were 1,000 ..1 ,

the oxtataof Will! .111 M. Merwln.deceasedare characterizes most public documents Is places with a smaller population having
directed> to prevent the pants to the un-
FLOATING derslitneil-the ailmmistrator of his valuta-in shown In the annual report to the secretary similar citations. The present magnitude Paper Co. j
DENTAL APARTMENTSon care of the County Judice at lltiiMVllle Florida. '
of the Is
within two years from the publication of this of the Interior of a governor of industry Indicated by .:.,)
the "Dentos, notice otherwise. the same wl\II lie barred. one of the southwestern territories. the following table: ,

Now AT DAYTO A. Feb.B, l 11104. (lit) D. P. MERWIV AdudnietratorI : Thin report Is made In accordance with Number of electric stations. ..... 3.620:! Southern Office, Atlanta, Ga. t :
font of construction and equipment *
the provisions of law bat the
I governor .............................. IT04.7W.SIS2. \ ,_.. _
F.E.. BUCK, violates all the laws of common sense Gross. Income ...................... 8u.7uo.tMD .m .

by making it 225,000 words long-as Total expenses+ .................... 08,0X1.376: : 3ASw:: S L4 VM oo.
Stockton WAge earners ..................... 23.310: o .
&_Budd Building, Main St., long aa two big novels. Salaries ....................,....... lu.pt Jacksonville. Roomsi5; 10, 17. The 270 pages of fine type not only Total number of arc Hunts...,. 3X6JW( ,i

:DENTIST cost money-public money-but that la Total light.number... .......of....Incandescent.............. 18.104.044( fI f uf'z
not the wont of it, for the length of i J'
Crown and res.... The report given some significant information 4 pji
Bridge '
Wqrk,
the report nullifies the purpose torwbich' FULL ;
all to municipal ownershipas I
Porcelain Inlays, it was written. No human be- _
Deser.e cor} ,t compared with the contract system [
IIIltt.clalls Plate work. your ing will read It.Ye have then the 10
__ I dense They havcnevtifailed Yi of electric lighting. The municipal
---won't fail now spectacle of a public ofliclul spending t
FOLMIIOrmrAN TAN Sold by ill dcslers rf weeks and weeks In compiling and plants number 815: and supply 8.7: percent z EXPRESS [XDRESS J

reed S T.J AauualpastpaM '' << of the electricity for Inruml'went PREPAIDPREPAID 46Qts ,
... -, writing "stuff" which In printed at
_/ ttHlttmni tafu. tun.T De ., '- fits.Dsitrolt lights;: and 13.2 per cent of that utunl for 1
D. P1.F'.fRYk00. public expense with no result what-
\, TAXTKDA: TRUSTWORTHY GENTLE: Mich, 1 ever. arc lights. The average' cost of public :
T man or lady In each county to manage electriclights IK. placed by the report ?9 I
I'uslness for an old establixhed .house of The case in band is not an Isolated '
WIU financial atan If It It would be small
hv wkly alary of(14.00 raid by cb..ok-eanh Mon- one. were a a.. a guide to municipal autlyirltles' In
with all expeimes direct from beailnuartcr matter. Hut It III a big matter that thin r
?."." advanced for ex peuooa. Kncliise adIlsedenvelope. providing fur Illumination. e .
.d. Manager, stw Caxton Rhlg. LA GRIPPE same fashion of undigested verbosity in : to.IJlIIJOZ ... .' ,
!
.,
ca. - ---S -----.. ... __ u well nigh universal. It Is hardly too Kidney -rrrmu->.iea ;/; fff "r VO J
The much to say that almost every public Are easily relieved and cured In the beginning T
Largest and Most Com-
Pneumonia follow La Orlpp document is made practically unintelli- but a* the disease /grows In to- OCUVCRCO for

mete Establishment South. hut never follow the use of gible by Its length. And all this costsa verity we must find a more potent rem- Q t 5
edy. Here Is where Irving' IJuclin j
f
o
44
CEO S. HACKER & SON Honey vast amount of money. Wafers excel as a cure Of course they I' 00
FOLEY'S The waste of money however, Is the give quick relief, but more than that, _

and Tar least evil. The Issuance of vast quantities hey /give a sure and (lasting cure. They
I II I of unread matter has at least the positively purify the blood. Hold at6flcta Agents for the PnltMt i.r.wmK Co, r --I.

merit of "helping the printer." The a box by Iced Cross Ptmrmacv. ______ J ,:
and heals
It stop. the Cough the tUDi" '
main matter Is that the public never .
t Prevents Pneumonia and Coniamptlon. finds) out what half of Its officers and The United States senate, according tf

MB. O. TACHSB, of 1ST Otgood St., Cllle.1Ot bureaus and departments undertake to to the expense account, used 3Q.OJO( 'MaIr !

writes .'My wife had larippe! and It left her quinine pills lust year. Probably the _
present. It !I. safe to guess that half
with a very bad eong-h oa her lusts whlak senators themselves furnished the other I
TAKeil enrd.omplsleh;" the matter printed In public documents, ,.
roLBi's BOITBI
o a veritable
dragon of ill-health It'leaves
Cross l'1larnlacy. to say notbfng of books magazines and Ingredient of the prescription.lievrare : \ 1-] '\ sese physical ullarOAmertcans wrecks than.probably. any. ol.bew In onedl.iti path. vmore s t II I-

,
newspapers, In never read by a single I WHY 3' Simply bsrauseupon the first
BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE person after it leaves the patient proof- of Ointment for Catarrh F oft manly the .,.I..m I. usually indication' with t '
qulnlnsorthatdeallymineral-calomel
t reader. that Contain Mercury. Dent: Do It. Ifa> Dan<.rou. ,It Isn't at all
As mercury will destroy the sense of -+ mce.satyeither. WapceiNvsllguaranteeHERBINE.! u.\

MANUFACTURERS OF Being asked .what in his Judgment smell and completely derange the whole ill:

Doors Sash Blinds would be the greatest development of system when entering It through the to..WY1 t\'aadn..4........ V1I. any ferns rot ....1..... It Ie 1. ,,
the year 11O4 Thomas Edison answered raucous surfaces. Such articles should pumy: k.rhal. Itu all the "!,,.t..,-or.nlolne \

tonlding In one word. "Radium." ever be used except on prescriptions aurr..u nd ealom.l I .u.II..nn.w.,..kidney.at.. th'I.'I..b ddup sd..et'.....b...le. t I '
& Building Material from reputable physicians as the damage 50G pel'bottle. AU Dru....... ,. ,
THADC MARKS they will do Is ten fold to the good y

Office 4 Wareroonn. King, oppomt . DcsiGNsCorvtuouvs: Ac Laying aside all jokes the fact seem you can possibly derive. from them -'l I'. \ f'

Cannon Street.Charleston -sketfb and dnsorlMloa mar to be that none of the first clan powers lall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by (0'. t.

S. C. "l..wo-..: ..: ::: our opinion freeiwfi, tb.c aa is anxious to strike so long a. there J. Cheney A Co., Toledo 0., contains g -

lion.Invention prob.bl r.ootenltebofommanl-/ Ia a chance to arbitrate. DO mercury, and I Is taken internally, &Or.- il
tent, :c1.ad. ';fur f furfuenU '" t.. lag directly upon the blood and mucous 1MIAKMACY. l1 '
Sash ..DD HIJO CROSS
Weights Cord am tptrlal natiot, without chase.In thet.o.lw The Resesitlsile. surfaces of the syitern. In b01lDjlllaU'sCatarrh
Cur be sure you /get the genune. Ii
Scientific Rm rlcan.A "Which would you rather marry It la taken Internally and Is madeIn

Hardware ....... Ethel brains or money?" Toledo --THE OFFICEAll
lIan s.latton any. Term., $3 e "Money, of course. Lean "-
Window ::montba tIdotallrli /t.WSdealer.. I get along .Jf Hold by Druggists, price 73c. per I
and Fancy GJas without the luxuries, but f must have wttle. .
MIINN CO."I'"-*-' New York at the bore office.
A the necessities.Brooklyn Life. Hall's family Fills are the best. kinds of Commercial Stationery printed .. .
SPECIALTY. Lrn.h U GS_a7a r It..W..bbltJtODo u.C. 'I11\,'
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4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 26. 1904.

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JUDGE ALTON B. PARKER.-. Are You Restless at Night. 1 JAMES. PBITCHAKD, President; WM. M. BROWN, Vice-President.
BAST COAST ADVOCATE W. 8. BBAMNINO Asat. Cashier.
And harassed by a bad cough? Use I ,

Through all the talk and conference Ballsrd's Horehound syrup: It will secure -
you sound bleep and effect a promptand INDIAN RIVER STATE
A WMBKLT JOUBKAX.DKTOTBD TO Tat DBTBbOrMBHT there Is a spirit of optimismand radical cure. 2Ws! Silo and $1 at .o BANK

Or TB E !INDIA BI7CB, LAKE belief in the success of (he Ked Croas Pharmacy, '1'ltullvl1Ie._,,,,,,in- 'L ,
next fall which has not
'
WOBTH AMD BIBOATHa BATlBOTIOaS.PUBLISHED democracy COUNTY DEPOSITORY. -
been seen at ,a gathering of New SHOOTING AT MERRITT. __ I I
1' EVERY FIIIDAT.Oau.Ri.Ba York democrats in many years. If I I Authorized capital, $1OOCOO
The crok the Ulvervlew hotel Paid up capital, $40,000
appearances and talk go for any- negro at .
I ..
H. WALTON, Editor do rublUbw. thing, the party is thoroughly uni Merritt, assaulted Mr. Ed. Cruclus, of j jI jI jI ,. Average deposits, $160,000
CruciuH IJron. of the hotel,
managers -
Discontinuance of ailvtn. must be made per. tied, and will take advantage of while the latter wall'In the hotel kitchen I! 4 .It
.ally at this office or by writing what Is considered a splendid opportunity on last Monday morning:, knocking him Transacts a General Banking
to take control of the down and starting at him with a beef I 7 '.a'' '
Check,eto.,may l be made payable to CBABLBS government; from the republicans.There cleaver. Mr. Cruclus, while lying on his I Business
If. WALTON, i back with the him
pnbllHher. negro/ standing over t
ia less talk of candi-
more or
shot the negro with a pistol, the bullet
U" In writing to the J*|>VOOATB for Inform dates, and shrewd observers say taking! effect In the neck. The negro Largest and Oldest Bank on the River

Won OL\ny kind,,the writer will oblige by enaloHenpc that from the opinion of men from Wall brought to Cocoa for medical attention *, 4 Exchange bought; and sold on all Foreign
a tampod-addroimod envelope. all sections of the country, if the but died upon reaching the dock. Countries.
: Sheriff Brown, JUt usual, was on hand,
convention held
was today Judge when/ the dead man wan brought to the u uN rutronage appreciated. Prompt Servian,
BOSTON OJrFICr.c-Tul: EAOT COAST ADVO, nollt*
Alton B. Parker would be nominated dock, and immediately had Mr. Cruel us l lC. treatment,and every favor ooiiHlatent witli con
ha opened an office at 404 Atlantic avenue .
pATH I ervative banking granted.CORRE8PONDENT81
on the first ballot. It Is and the witnesses brought to Cocoa,
o ton, which will be in charge of Mr. Clamta a
where Justice of the Pence Sanders, acting
deemed
New
to
O.Walton. necessary carry Phoenix' National Hank, N. Y., Empire Rtntfl
York to insure success, and it is as ez-officio coroner, held an Inquest oust: tlnnnany,N.Y.,National Bank of Jack.
all over the dead, and then gave Mr.Cruelu* sonvllle, Jacksonville, Fla.rc1Ti7SVaIJLF .
Address communications to
conceded that no man will be as
aprollmlng hearing, on Monday afternoon -'
EAST COAST ADVOCATE,
TITOIVILLB FLORIDA. strong in that state as Judge the jury bringing in a verdict of : : FL 1.

Parker. justifiable homicide.. -----

It is said by persons who, in the
U. 8. Department of AgricultureWeather have had Cancer Cured.Mr. .
past, the confidence of MeMurray & Baker
W. W. Prlckett, Smithfield, III., i
Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. Mr. Bryan, that the nomination of
C. M. BROWN ,
writes, Sept, lOtb, 1001 : "I bad been ,
Judge Parker would satisfactory suffering several years with a cancer on

The following a comparative statement to him, and that he would do all in my face, which ga-e me great annoyanceand The People's Candidate! for 4O1-414 East Bay Street, Jacksonville,. Florida
t1 of temperature and rainfall for the his power to aid in the work of the unbearable Itching. I was using
week ending Tuesday, Feb. 23,1004.DATH. campaign.; He does not regard Ballard'ai Snow Liniment for a sore leg, OOVEIWJOB OF FLORIDA. -Makers and Jobbers of-
-1904- -1903- and through an accident, I rubbed some
MAX. WIN. MAX. MIW. Judge Parker ala, man who did not of the liniment on the cancer, and as It
17 77 (12 8CO 51 stand by the party in 1897 or 1900 gave me almost Instant relief, I decidedto 58 YEARS A CITIZEN Off Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
18 70 70 40 and realizes that Judge Parker's continue to use the liniment on the ,
THIS .
Id 70 70 70 fifl him cancer. In a short time the cancer came r STATE.A
20 78 00 74 66 judicial position prevented out, my face healed up and there Is not Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
K 78 71 71 57 from engaging 'actively in those the slightest scar left./* I have Implicit

22 38 ((18 71 56 campains. faith in the merits of this preparation, Soldier Under General B. E. First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
33 78 66 70 04 Senator P. II. McCarren is one of and It cannot be too highly: recommend.
Total rainfall for the week .Sf) Lee from lint to Last ,
: the most active of the Parker boom ed. 23o, 50o and 100. For sale by Day. ,
Departure from normal rainfall for the Red Cross Pharmacy.
week: plus .26 lnch .. Departure ers, and his efforts are being warmly --. THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.Wood
from normal rainfall since January 1, seconded by Norman E. Mack, .
minus 1.43 Inches. member of the National Committee.The F. A. L.OSL.EY. Carrie four: "Yankee" bul-
H..L! P. HABDIN
Observer democrats from the other states lets as) a gentle reminder of Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

say that they believe the support of THE BREWERY SALOON. that great bloody struggle. ,
THE campaign committee of the 'New York .is sincere, and thtt the I 610 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. *

Second Congressional District Executive state not only will go into the National Imported and Domestic
Committee will hold a political Convention with a united Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick...... .

"pow-wow" in Tituaville, delegation for its candidate, bit Wines Liquors Cigars THE FRIEND OF .
Saturday evening, March 5th. that the candidate will be the THE PEOPLE. Offices foot ot Hogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262. :i

choice of the democrats of the state The World Renowned Anheuser Busch J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager. \
Brewing Assuolatton's Famous
LET us have more shade trees on as well.The .
Titusville's streets. Plant a few in Parker men say that the Beers on draught. HIS PIATFORM.' !
EllIOt Coast friends b<> sure to call on me The Oldest Established brain and Seed House In the State.
front of your lot. You have no sentiment of the New York democracy
idea how it will improve the appear. I is for the nomination of when in Jacksonville.VIOIT The farming and laboringmen

ance of and town. Judge Parker while the friends of his first consideration.
your property ; Wm.
The most peculiar and Interest- A.. Sours: &: CO.
Gorman
Hearst Miles and others
X1011 GOOD WAGES FOB HONEST
fog sight ,In America.
THERE will be another meetingof deny this statement. WORK.LIBERAL .
the Indian River Pineapple "Who is to be our next president THE FLORIDA GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,

Growers' Association at Jensen, to. 3:' is the question asked by PENSIONS. Lib-

morrow, Saturday, when a full attendance many. Ostrich Farm Co.onteaa eral School POLICY. The Pri- Flour, Grits, 'Meal and Fertilizers

of members is requested. YU' The Railroad Commls- OUrsu a
mary.
112
Ea
Bay Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
1ST. ,
IT Is said that the supporters of .. ......r \,.,._'....V..lI... .J. _Ji.! .-.,,.,..__ .'IrsA........ "."...v._A.A...... ........"u..v.-______ ,
Governor Jennings are "pointing Agts.; for,Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S.A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
TITUSVILLE has had more tourists Ical Administration.
Payment
with to the excellence ?
i pride" of --
this winter than in
We want a good, up-to-date many years.hotelto some of his recent appointments of the State Debts. Regulation. | r.rfl: :!-----lE".......",.,... _----.....--...
The fact cannot be denied.- And no of Criminal Corporation and
entertain and keep the people
one wishes to deny It-that he has Trust Fr"Ell
with
.
us.WHAT ?
.-- ., -- --- selected a number' of good and t l I Seed Potatoes. l'

a delightful place Florida worthy citizens for public office. A MAN OF DEEDS.
would be if some hustling northern. With such a wealth of availableand t r
t
er would Invent something to keepat unexceptionable material as 00 SPALJLDING'S ROSE No. 4. $3.25 Bbl.

home the cold snaps that some- the democratic party of Florida BLISS TRIUMPH, $3.00 )
times'follow the tourist to the EAst contains be could scarcely have .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH. II ,
erred in making selections it L HEBRON, $2.75"
Coast. These cool snaps are the ; ; being
tall-ends of northern blizzards, and his duty, as democrat. and a citizen Brewing Asso'siFamous Garden and Flefd Seeds. l,

we could well do without their pres to choose the best, regardlessof t ,a I I I L. 011t1 : I3.ONe SooClsn:1.an.: :: : 1

ence. They do not belong to the any effect upon his personal as- St.Louie Keg and Bottled l I 14 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. /JjaJ
south. pirations. Whether Governor Jen. Beer

-. -- nings, because, in the performance Messrs. G2 E3 t2: 'DaJ=-e a--e 3 af.Xnl.por"tan."t
Hold by F.A.Losley andR.
of his plain duty he has placedsome
THERE
is a spirited campaign on .L.wTltusrilleFla.
in Florida and the exceeding worthy and competent -
stake being, played for most is the important United citizens temporarily in office, By Mr. R..L.Btotlow,Cocoa,Fla. r ._,.. :: :: :: JSttlo oX ti

State aenatorship, says the Pensa- is therefore to be regarded as havIng JOSEPH ZAPF

cola News. Up to within a few made sure his "calling andelection" ARPETS SPUING GOODS RRIVIXGMATTINGS

weeks the people of this state to the senatorahip, is Nearly 20O gigantic birds standing 8 to II)feet Sole Agent. '
thought their another question, which only the high,weighing '\O to enotl. O trlobn".te DAILY
senator from East eggs.; oairicUoa sitting and baby ostriches
Florida, Mr. Tallaferro, was about democratic people of the State can, Just hatched. 010 to 620 West Bay Street,
Unities escort visitors through the farm ex-
the best senator the state had ever and will, answer at the primany plalnintr all about the birds, their nests,habits,
JACKSONVILLE FLA.
had to it in polls. plumage etc.
represent Washington.No .
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'
disinterested citizen of the state ,
has yet disputed it. But lately we Awn now comes the statement L'A YTON A.

are being told that he is not the that Dr, Otto }Fielder, a chemist of

friend of the people or a suitableman Milwaukee, has made dome startling The Grand Atlantic Hotel DAYTONA, RUG

to represent Florida in the discoveries when examiningold FI.ORIDA. More Goods, Better Goods and Lower

United States senate. Where does paper money. On one very
this opposition to Senator 'l'alla. much worn bill he found more thanfHIOOOOOO Prices than any other house In the South. Send for samples .

ferro come from ? Why ) bacteria, on another 31-
everybody
On the Beautiful Halifax River. Only hotel standing in hundreds of feet
000 another while
knows it comes from the two rival on H.OOO, on a
candidates, Jennings and Stockton, new bill that had been used only a of East aud South facing lawns. 2,000 square feet verandas. Spacious Office :E:. E.: CL ::eE: :.,

and their adherents who hope to little, tOO were found. Dr. Fiedler and Sun Parlor. Balliard and Smoking room. All conveniences. .

profit by their success, says, in spite of this great number cuisine and service unexcelled. Rates: 2,50 up. 27 WEST FORSYTn ----JACKSONVILLE FLA.ELASTIC .

of germs, he does not Know that
THE Breakers--- anyaredangerous health, thoughit SC>1lIETE3JN"cN'ErVV: :: :: : _
Palm
Beach succeeds is probable that some of the numerous JAMES H. JOUNSOX A: SOXS. GEO. L. SPENCE, Manager.
the one burned last springof colonies are. We would PULP PLASTER-For Plastering Walls and Ceilings
the same name, The re-erection that the call In COMPARED 1 One half the weight Same cost

of this beautiful hotel has been a all suggest the dirty, delapidated government paper' INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE WITH I Twin-the Will not crack strength.or crumble.Great durability.
boon to the business of West Palm > C,1 hard """"eel or painted
money, and issue flew in its place. FLA. COMMON I hold on metal tile and brick. .
Beachand especially to the mechan. Master today, carpenter follow
ics working on it. The We have never seen any old paper Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantltyacked or loose. Special attention PLASTER I Water soaking dose not weaken or tonorrrw.dlvolor It.
mechanics money given at the Flagler hotels paid sacking for Yachts or for family ase. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. J mails can be driven into it and withdrawn just as with wood.
worked day and night for every _. T. WETMORE, Proprietor. We have the exclusive sale In Brevard and Dade Coun.les. Addr_.
day in the week to get It completed. ----- --- EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,

They were paid double for night WE present to the democraticvoters Dealers In Lumbar and Building Material. EAU GALLIE FLA

and Sunday work, and the weekly of the Second Congressional PALMETTO FIBRE :
payroll was generally from $16,000to District in the coming democratic

$18,000, but on some occasions primary election, lion. D. L. Hodges c O'Hara

it amounted to the snug little sum Gaulden as a good man to represent For: ;; : Mattresses.: ,
of 25106. Such work largely af. this district and state at the National ...Manufacturers and 'Dealerslln...

fecti the business of a town, as it Democratic Convention, to R CYPRESS
AND
1 is well known nominate president and vice-pres YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
a fact that most me. a :.... UI 1I+T.. ;IFUL .A..ND> OLlJAN'' Dressed
chanics spend a large proportion of ident. The interest of the party Orange Box !Head, Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mouldings Shingles, etc.
their and state safe in his hands. He ,and office located
earnings. The large amountof are at Buffalo Bluff. Fla. Write DS for prices delivered
money spent in West Palm Beach is well Known to the people of this Made of the leaf of the Saw Palmetto to any part of the State. Address: Nudges &: O'llara, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.

has been a god-send to its merchants. district and we predic this unani- .. ". Sold in bales of 60-lbs., 100-Ibs., 'and 150-lbs. -

All this 'hard cash comes mous election. 1.\ ...................... I ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER If
out of Mr. Flagler's pocket and ,

still we sometimes come in contect; CLEAN up gardens and side ..,:'' Price only 2 Cents per po nd- .: Vesey Hall | I ;you are, get one of Walton's Patent

with, people who say Mr. Flagler is walks-our Town Council will look .; ... i.i.E. Georgians, Fla. Calking Tools; Invaluable to boat-

merely making all these Improve. after the rubbish on the streets. **"' .: builders and owners of boats. Calks

i ments for his own benefit. Well, :.:. The Indian River Fiber Co. Builder. | boats more rapidly; than any other

itusville.we wish he would do likewise at ,JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at :ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK.. calking tool In the world. Price ...00
The latch string hangs this office, at reasonable rates. Giveus Writ for Estimates.
09! : for hi in. share ." MELBOURNE, FLORIDA. : and $8.00 each, at ADVOCATK: office<<: ,
a of work.
v your ...................... TUnsTtlle. Fla. *
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COAST ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 26. 1904. Q 'I
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how TO SAVE ICE. Tibbals.- Melbourne. --- -- GEORG MARX JOHN MARX. ., : \,



r Augustine Mrs. Fred Dudsou returned from St. Subscriptions-for the ADVOCATE, THE OLD RELIABLE 1VI.A. BJEit <>S.O .; 1 '

/
1/ Saturday.. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be ,

1 sau Mrs on and Monday Miss evening.Jennings left for Nas- received ut the Melbourne Posto ice. WHOLESALE GROCERS I I'J


RICHARD w. OOODB,-Real Estate, Notary
Captain and Mrs Tom Scott, of New I'ulillo and Cnnvevanner. Agent for -rtCtn.l. rlsuer.

London, Ct arrived Wednesday evening Liverpool and Loiiiloiinuil Globe,Hartfont and Fruit and Produce Jobbers. i
Provt.lenoe
XVanhli'itfcm Fir limuranoa Com ;
to be the
guests of Mr. and .Mi.*. panies. Special attention paid to the inter '
Waters. .
ant ot non resident. ,

----r --- t r I If : I ,
Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Oalllgher, Mr. nnd DR I.. A. J'E E PlIYKIOtAX ANl> SVROKONKeohlence : ,, Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 6r j \. ,
niiestlon of economy on the Ice bill Mrs. Charles Ilaliday and Air and Mm. Melbourne. At Eau nail to,, every ,

The one that appeals forcibly to every oT Hammock Mr. ,Mi8 of Stuart, were the guests afternoon. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND .

ekocper, as well as, to hotels, restau- and Harris, over Sunday.The : IIOTKt: UEH-KVlTi-lHi'lhourne, Florida. A FEED j
.
JT butchers, grocers. druggists/ and new pianola at the Club House Is liealthv winter resort on lilch pine laini, over .
iTho't every merchant who consumesto being very much lonkliiK! Inilian, Ktvtir. IUte Iif'J anti upward PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
UtO appreciated. It is a PIT ilav. Special rales' per week or neamni.
business. very pretty instrument and will greatly write for rates to Madam' 1.:. M Campbell, 1 Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season. ; I II
Numerous tests and careful experiment. add to the pleasures of the ball Manager U. W. Campbell. Proprietor \
room.
thave lemilted In the discovery of the I WWo solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable i

'AVlN ICE which l whan placedtour Mr. and :Mrs. Andrews and Mr. Twlch- Born, to Mr. and Mrs A. J. OooUe, a I
ors theIce ell of Cincinnati ----- -- ---- -------- -
Ice box chamber of "who have lately acquired son on Feb. 21 '

''I refrigerator, will reduce the conunntlon handsome places at Wavelund ; : Eau Gallie.
oat were driven Mr. 'lark Uueco of Indiana, has quarters 1r
of your 'Ice 13 to 38 1-3 perThe cent. by Mr. Schuyler to this end I
at the
Riverside. uAbsolutely
,of Indian River
Pad ie an Ingenious little device, the Tuesday afternoon, and
of which Is one of its greatest were much pleased with its beauties. Mrs. John Goode returned Sunday Pure. '

imnllclty All do Is to place Miss from her dip to Jacksonville Q. PEGRASSESCHtIYLtcnH. U.-Telegraph
-wmmenilatlons. you Miller entertained the Tibbals THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTEexcellent utt\c\ > upon all night Bull\: Oalllo, Florlila.. I
the bottom of your ice chamber Club, at the Club House W.
deb on Thursday I. Mefcalf of West Palm Beach "
,Itb the Ice rearing upon it, and it will evening. Point Euchre took up] the first paid Melbourne a short visit last week. Cool wave on Tuesday evening last : : 1

do the rest. Write for booklet.p. part ot the evening/ ; the prizes being won t 1

O. WALTON, AQfcJJT.Titusvllle by Mis. Charles HI'oeylrlt.. Hairls and Air. and Mrs. L. C. Moore,of Koseland, sermon by the pastor, Rev. 8. A few more oranges; nre yet to be shipped y lIi ; -

Florida. Mr. Art Saeger. After refreshments were the guests of Mrs. John Goode the i Delahay Paine, and a special solo by from Eau Qallie. t rt w ;,
there was until first of the week. Miss Emma Spangler of Merohantville ,
dancing a very late hour. Mr, Johnson of Chicago, is now reg- V "
One of the Capt. Beau jean brings some fine specimens N. Y. The church WAil beautifully decorated istered in Eau Gallie. ., {
IDA D. BRUNERGeneral prettiest affairs of the sea .
MRS. of from his for this special Masonlo occasion
ripe pines pineapple
son was a supper party given; by Mrs. The recent heavy rains have helped
.Manager for the World W. U. Han'in on Saturday evening./ The plantation wt Melbourne Beacb. One of the things for visitors, In Melbourne early vegetable gardens. LOOK TO YOUR KYKS.K 'I

Famous table decorations were In red, white and W. T. Wells has a fine variety of fruits to do-Is to go on an alligator\
Admiral and Mm. Glllls\ in Eau suffering from any eye defects or wen J : r
blue; the loom being/ lighted with Japanese such as kinds pineapplesand hunt up Crane oreek. Its ]lots of fun- wore

"Balm of Fig t t." lanterns In the same coloring. kumquats oranges, now many ripe on his East ask Mr. Root, and he will show you how Gallle Saturday. last. cal sight institute.call nc my new(Special well-appointed complete louse opti y I II'

all ills of Women. Each guest received a dainty little continental Melbourne plantation.] ,, to catch them. Some of our tourists Alex. Near is going through; the crucial grinding outfit in connection, + I'IsDa '
For
take back home
bar tilled with bon bone anda have tine specimens to snorts to get his motor to mote. I
of cheerfully answered. The Melbourne Gun Club meets every E. H. ARMSTRONG
All letters inquiry little] silk flag. The menu was one of with them.

Local office at Park Cottage the finest ever served on Indian River Saturday. Among the crack shots thla Mrs. A. J. Kltterlng, of Chicago; who Oeo: Orlngras aDd family were in Eau 11 Laura at. Jacksonville, Fla. ,
season are, Messrs. W. W. Barden E. C. Qallie ou Tuesday last In a flute launch.
Muslo in the
drawing finished
West Palm Beach, Fla. room the has spent several winters In our town arrived ,
evening's pleasure. others.Taynton, Geo. Kenehan, Wm. Day and last week, accompanied by her Mrs. J. O. Llnneman of Lima 0. lethe j

friend Mrs. F. U. Cloldt. They are guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. U. Hodg\ South Rockledge. ( '

Stuart. Com. P. O. Hewitt, of Owego, N. Y., guests of Hotel Bellevue. Mrs. Kltter- j
Easter Eonnets. one of Hotel Carleton's regular winter Ing's many Melbourne friends. are always son.Col.
her here. T. J. Shave will, have one of the Another very heavy rain on Saturday
guests Is again in Melbourne much to pleased to sue '
finest residences In 6
private town when and
Mrs. C. E. Trahern has just received a the delight of his Melbourne friends. Sunday ,

C. F. Smith, of the Memphis Pie Co., full line of millinery from one of the big- The Commodore is now well cared for at Escaped an Awful Fate. completed.Thos. The Rockledge hotel are doing a big *

Memphis, Tenn., Is registered at the gest firms in New York, and will establish the Carleton cottage Mr. Ii. Hagglns, of Melbourne Fla.] Suniter Is setting out moro trees tourist business.

Stuart house. a millinery store In Jensen, Marcb Judge Guthrie, of Charleston, West writes "My doctor told me I had consumption for Mrs. it.ubour. Mr. Sumter Is well Tourists are delighted with Rockledge a

The station agent informs I us that the I 1st. She will be prepared to show the Virginia Is one of the most prominent and nothing could be done forma up In his profession and our beautiful orange groves.

.,mpe for the passenger platform will be very latest styles in the shape of hate arrivals Melbourne thla season, and I was given up to die. The offer We are sorry to chronicle the IllnesH Mr. and Mrs.\ A. L. Averlll were visitIng -

tore In a few days.Mr. and pretty bonnets. speaks in the highest terms of our pretty of a free trial bottle of Dr. King's New I of J. W. Mentll. At the time of writing friends at the New Rockledge hotoL

Alexander, representing the Fort and attractive town also of his comfortable Discovery for Consumption, induced me he is somewhat better. on Sunday t t +
to it. Results were startling. I am
Dallas National Bank, of Miami, la a White City. quarters in Hotel Bellevue. now try on the road to recovery .and owe all The Wynona Is furnished with a new The largo/: lallnob\ Manhattan, formerly .

pal of the Stuart house, this week. Last Sunday morning the Masons of to Dr. King's/ New Discovery It surely 20th Century engine, and makes good owned \late II. J. Smith, hae

John Savior is having a two-story packing Melbourne and others nearby, met at the saved my life." This great cure is guaranteed headway with the new power. been sold to Mr. Fritz, of Indlanola. .

house built on bin plantation home, Geo. Beck came up from Palm Beach Melbourne lodge; room, In Stuart's hall, for all throat and ]lung diseasesby Mrs. Stlckney has returned to Melbourne \ All the colored laborers here stopped! ,, ,

on the south fork. This will be one of Sunday. and marched la a body to the Congregational Red Cross Pharmacy. Pi Ice 600) & Beach after a pleasant stay. at work" and celebrated Washington's birth J

largest on the river Carl Chrlatensen came up from Jensen church, where they heard an 100. Trial bottles free. Mr and Mrs. II. U. Hodgson's. day, by attending the circus at Cooort. ,

Hr. II.V.. Bessey and Miss Mary Sunday.Mr. afro and Mrs. Russell are staying at The neighbors are all enjoying( numerous !" ,
Shackelford spent the week at Palm FISH AND GAME WARDEN. rides In Scott ( new .,
Mrs. Treutler's. Her residence ilyde
Campbell celebrated his (02d}:! ANNOUNCEMENTS.Umlor
Beach. They attended the Washington few days yeara hereby announce myself an a candidate for Park, does not look so lonely now. launch; and we appreciate\ the favors. f
Ball given at the Royal Poinciana. ago. the utllre of Fish and iamo Warden, subject to [
the action of the deuiourutlo """ to IM. held I Copt. and Mrs. Beers and son Gilbert\ r [
] here but ,
Eggs
are plentiful
/ very now UUBlNHON. Mrs. Iner. Smith arrived here Bun-
10th. T. A. on '
Jack has the old May
Stanley opened thin bead will the
up appear announre-' with John Nicholson as sailing muster, '
still sell for 2 cts. dozen.
per I to spend a few weeks at her beautiful
Lams boatyard again. This is the best menntbofcandidates forlhevarious I State and are cruising on the yawl Princess for a t't'day

location on the river for a marine rail- We'are having a little to much rain at County Tlie chalICe olIlceH.for Insertion of announcementfrom MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD I 1 week or two. place here. Her permanent home Is now .. ,

say Judge Hancock had his handsome present for the good of crops. now until the primaries, are over will lie To the Democratic Voters of llrevard, County I at Montolalr, :N. J.
launch 8S.OO, an exception however, being ma\e\ In thoraae C. C. 1'lngroy Improving the grounds
the hauled and
Egypt out repainted -
candidate before Lawson Magruder youngest son of
hereby announce myself K ,
The air is fragrant with blossoms .
CommiHuloners
orange of those who seek election a. County about Ills cosy home. The trees show
Tuesday the oomlna primary for Momtierof School Hoard Mr, and Mrs C. B. Magruder'
and is or IVIembera of the County Hoard of accompanied
now spring upon us. from Flmt District, and bag the support of mydeiiuxuatlo good evidence of a heavy crop of fruit
Public Inntrnctlon who will lie charged .IIO, by his wife and a friend have
,
Fred C. Braunn IIIIIIIII.lIon.I'
our popular barber, The 2Hb anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.Lament's or one half tho regular rate. friend to secure : this coming fall. been time here. I
I,. NY.KR.The spending some .
will receive chair in .. ,
a new a few days. It l tu be dintliictl understood that no announcement -
Fred la of best tonsorial artists marriage occured last Friday, will be Inserted without being paid. Mrs. Linneman 1s now In Eau Gallie
one the There are numerous parties bore lookIng -
but was only celebrated in a quiet way. for In advance as we have learned from experience after a pleasant visit to Nassau. Mis.Linneinnn .
loth88tate. of of Turnbull,
Everything that starts up that this Is the only sate rule. many friend. A. J. Carter at property with a view to buying,
Stuart is of the highest order, and our Mrs. Fransen Is making preparation for have iirtroii him to tmrome a candidate for the Is the guest of her sister, Mrs.H. and we think that considerable property I J
office of Member of lirevard School (herd for U. "
harbor shop is running in this groove. some very choice Black Minorca fowls, FOR COUUTY JUJU: the Pint. District, and he solicit the support of Hodgson. I will change hands before April 1st If f
having a new poultry house and yard all hls...rlend*at the coining primary on May Mrs. Paddlson will entertain the Card' anyone has anything for sale why not I
Tills week has been a banner week built. To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County: lOth. MANY VO'l'llt-4.!: Club this week Will give account next advertise It In the ADVOOATK t 1

with the fishermen, large catches having Having. been honored by the voters of llrevard week. Mrs. I'addlson Is
tan made by all. Fishing parties are Mrs. Lamont celebrated her birthdaylast county with the oltlceof County Judge; I now one of our most Editor C 11. Walton, proprietor of the ,J .

nude up daily from the Daoforth house ]: Friday but we dare not tell a 1 ladies wane before you attain soliciting. your sup held To the Democratic, Voters of Ilrsvard, County> popular hoateKHes. well-known AUVOOATK, stopped oil here '
he
for election Hiibiiiui to the primary to
Stuart house and the Riverside. The age. She Is, however, not its old as Mr. May re 10th. If nominated and clouted, I will eniliuivor l 1 rfHpeatftill of Itoard of announce llihllo IiiHtruetlon inv ttandldac'yfnr from the. Member 2nd- Citrus fruit trees In this. suction show a short while on Tuesday to show some \

fishermen have all broken records and so Campbell by far. to com tune In the .U"'h'UKO' of the Unties district at the notnlng dumnrratln irlmary. and great quantities of bloom, and under fa- tourist the bmtullea of notJklot! e. .He

many Are caught that It is almost 1mpwsible The Geo. Peter's place has been sold] of said otttce with 1Ilelity to the.'1>people.A. I'KNNKY.. cl solicit the confidence and' < *ii|>port of, my follow voluble circumstances wo may look for I was on his way home after attending the y

tlzollS. this Washington Birthday Hall at the Royal
to keep a record to a man named McKinley, who, we understand R. K. 1I1I MS.f heavy crops season

)Mr[ and :Mrs. Edward: Halliday, Mr.:\ is now at Palm Beach and will CLERK OF TilE CIRCUIT COURT. Mr. and Mrs Russell and daughter, ol 1'olnclana affair., Palm Mr Iteiioh Walton; which hoard was agraud ,

and Yra. Fred GallRher Mr. And Mrs. soon make his home bete. To the Democratic Voter of llrevard County I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: Chicago, sic here for a visit This family favorable comments at Palm Beach many tij" ,

AC, Il.incock: and Frederick visited Mr. Our citizens have prepared a petition I hereby annonnc > myself as candidate for I hitreby announce myself... a nnndidate for have some property here, and spent a on Rockledga\ and Its up-to-date hotel
Rid Mr. Will the nftlca of Clerk of the Circuit Court at the election Connulttwtoner, for the "First winter with us several millions since.
Harris this week. The as County
anklng{ the F. E. C. liy. to place a regular /: democratic primary,to be belo May 10, 100... and District, mihjfi't to the action of the deniouratloprlmiiry Every tout 1st on the Knst Coast should/
Nrty attended a Dutch supper, given In Station agent at our station, which will appreulate your ,mipport.Yours May 10. lU1M. The steamer. :Spartan: and n /Hoot, of stop oil here and sue, the natural bea'utyof
honor of Mr. Will Harris, on the evening will be forwarded to the company soon. ruBiiertfully. U H. NAUMAN. other. crafts loft this week for their via this suction of linllan, River, l j' f

of the 20th. The supper was strictly this A. A. STEWART.TAX 1'lolJ..lo"olll of lumber which, they are to ----- '.j.' ,

Jnnhlngtonian, and was a grand affair. N. Jorgensen returned, a Saturday former resident evening of with To the DeU\o ratio Voters or llrevard County: bring from Hobe Mound to the E. C. L. AVeuk and Low-Hi)lrltc place, ASSESSOR!:
I hereby offer myself an a randlrlata! for CotnnilHDliiner .fc S. yards here.Melbourne. describes his i I
Tuesday: being the tenth wedding an- his family to make this his future home conilldata for the A cononpondent experience
I hereby announce myself a fioiu the Third UUtrlct, lubjoct to -------- --
, mettAcy of Mr. ang Mrs. Walter Kltch- lie left here some years ago and was oflloe of Tax Aauenwir, and, If elected will give the primary, May 10, 11)04.\ "1 can strongly reuonimcnJHeiblne ;
j lAg(T, their friends from the whole St. I since then In Derby, Ct., but the cold the county the very bent service posxlble., ,lOllY HOUSTON. Beach.The fin a medicine of remarkable ef- : i!

Ucle section made up a surprise party climate was to much for him. Yours respectfully W. R. BA.NDER3., Shelley for Indigestion, loss of appetite .

W callcrl. Most of the were sour taste In the mouth, palpitation] f
party had the misfortune to
the Voters of Brevard
Mr. Sorrenson To County
veined headache drowsiness after meals with
In *
fancy costumes and among dislocate his ankle last week by jumping The friends of R. A. i'onklinu: announoa him Dreamer, bound for Oak Lodge, g ;
tae mental and low
worthy of mention: Harry Thorn pWDiMike from a while his horse was run- To the Democratic Voter of Brevard County i for County C mmliwl( ner from '1 hl,1, District, stopped at our dock lung enough to take distressing depression y
Mullegan; Mrs. LeTourneau, wagon broke he bad At the requestor a large number my friends.I subject to the democratic. primary. spirits, llerblne must bo a unique prep t'
ning : the bit having on board Mr. Mrs and Mils\ licks Mr.
paneae maiden Mr. S. Kitching, Red hereby announce myxelf an. a candidate for the aration for cases such as mine, for a few I
hoes ; lost control of the horse and fearing the office 0' Tax Assessor torlre"ar.1 county, subject Perry and Mr. Yale. doses ( toniovud complaint. I t f l
nurse; Mrs. Marie Johnson, clown; from the action of th.demountle to he entirely my 1 j
would strike a tree jumped to prlinny ;
kra Richards, clown; Stanley i wagon held May 10, 11(04 U elected., I will fulltll the TII the Democratic Voters of 3ravanl, County tlluvlng Admiral and Mrs. Gillls\ took Mrs. wonder! at people going on suffering or: t ; t j

Clown; Mrs. Fred Oallgher/ Lady Tease; the wagon. dutlev of the olfica to the bunt of my, ability, linen urged by man voter and tax Stlckuey, In the iMwn, to Eau!: Usllle, on spending their money on worthies. ,
uonilidata for reelection 1
lieooma
''in. J. C Hancock, Little] Red Riding Yours respectfully'J. F. MITCHELL.I !: Hereby tu announce a y.elf an a, candidate ir Tuesday, to spend a few days wllh her things when llerblne Is procurable, and I

Rood; :Mrs\ Schroeder, school girl; Be- Fort Pierce.Mr. County: Coiiiiiiimiloner, from the 4th Dintrlrtmil- friend, M 1'8. harry Hodgson. so cheap" 1 Olio) a bottle at Red Crosav t,,, '
!trice lent to the anilon of the deinucratlo primary of I'liarniocy Tltusvllle, Kin. i
squire Kitching, Turklsu maiden ; E, L. of May 10, 11104. 1 wl.l I appreciate the support of Two! hundred people, at leant, have I f

pilgrim. There were a number Milton and wife arrived Monday, hereby announce myself a candidate fir Tax alldeiuovrau., wished. the bench tills. week, Them has '
anthers Assessor of Krevard county and respectfully aollcit JOHN O. JONES.
the Hat whose make up was floe, but he Intends opening a meat market here. the support, and votes of all democrats" at been front ono to four plll'tiell dally Georgiana.George .
would be too 10nJoC. Mr. and Mrs.: the primary to b t held May 10, IM04.Respectfully. Uncoil sent her quota,' to swell tbe number. -
itching A: K. Wilson and family paid friends l i
were taken completely] by sur- To the Voter. of Bre"ar,1, County: ; )
P'''.e, and l they have enough tinware to"KB at Jensen a visit last Saturday, returning W. A. FARMER. Carter running Mr. Provost's
In with the expressed, wish 'of J
a tin store. Delicious coffee and Monday. many flompllaiioa of the"voter of Hrevard, I off"r I'urlles from ttockledpe; report such launch. We now have here In town 1

eke was served during the evening. Faddison returned from Eau FOR COUNTY 'TREASURER.To myself for the. office of County Jominlsoloner! I for good times at the bunch, it looks very three Captain Carters, grandfather, son .
There were about hundred and Porson the Fourth lntnet for the ensuing year.. If I much a.. thouKli Uapt. Carter; would soon and grandson r
one fifty Gallie Monday, where he had been spending My Friend t am pleated. I will me my beet endeavor to carryon
persons present.On few days.Archdeacon I kindly ask your support for County Treasurer the himlneH of the county honestly and fair- bo t making dally trips| tu this famous Capt. Simmons took a party to the 'e
a
the at the primary election, May 101U04. ly. I respectfully solicit: your votes and Intence. resort. beach In his lauueh, last: week, on Thura- I
evening of February 22nd, the Brown will hold services Yours truly, Respectfully yours, d.iy. There wets plenty of wind and I
Loai I JOHN H. WYNN. ; Arnold f :Malabar brought a I
Capt.
Temperance ,
| Legion, under the JOHN HKNRYV ,
Iea here next Tuesday at 7 SO p. m. All are water that day, but all enjoyed the trip. '

I 'patriotic entertainment, combined with cordially FOR SHERIFF.To are spending the winter at that place, Mr. Donaldson, and wife, of Nashville..

elocutionary contest fora silver medal. The ice factory shut down Tuesdayfor nouiife.J TIle taxpayer IT. lloll of the candidate Fifth Dlctrlct bar the hereby orltra, an.of over to lunch on the bunch and rail on Tenn., who has been visiting Mr. and I 4 !

I church was decorated with flags' an Indefinite time. The company the Voter at the Democratic Primary.I County Commissioner aa from the riftb lllntrlrt. their filendu, Mr and Mis. I'erry. Mrs. Ezra Simmons and daughter Mm.Hompstead .. j.Ii '

lowers! the society's and its will still keep a cold storage plant here. I respectfully announce myself" as a candidate subject to the action of the democratic primaryto tbe and family for nearly two>
monogram for nomination to theolttca of Hherilf.anil" would be bald On Monday a large party from I
I kwer. the olden rod In abundance. We are glad] to see the town council thank ynn all for your support at the primary May 10,11104. TAXPAYERS. Beach visited soother home, hone bus. weeks, left Tuesday for their home.. t
> Maggie Brice gave the address of May 10, IU04. lUwpcctfuily nun. They. "ru planning: to spend. the win tor- ; ,
end the drllth-olahu. I
"icorne. having shelled the northern of J. r. jnnMvn.. pliable doors are closed by well I t
here next winter as they are pleased ,
I Frances Stypman read a pa-" town on the main road. It was badly FOR REPREgEXTATIVK. log. for its own, one of the brightest, clean little \\I.. r
and Martha Washington. with our quiet| town .
cherlcst ever met. Mrs.
The needed. little woman we
oboe'balance of first part was by the little] under the FOR TAX COLLECTOK. To I the hereby Damnrratlo offer myself VAter" before of lirevard Chit democratic County: Valentine has a bust' of friends who J. W. Druner tells us he has Just received t t: .v

Mr. O. Stypman brought; his fine The Colonial Concert /given: To the Democratic Voter of Brevurd County i primary iw a candidate fur KepreMntativa In will never forget the cmdlal welcome she a letter from his friend, Dr. J. A. 1 fI'' ,\

w phoaograpk el and gave a musical treat as auspices of the Congregational church I hereby announce myself"" >. a candidate for the next l" ;lltura. If elected. I pledic myself always extended to Hume who claimedher Havlgoao, of Ottawa Canada; la which "t\
I The success from an artistic the nltlce of Tax Collector of llrevard County In all ranpacU fi support the will of tra peniila
judges of contest were: Mr.Tomkiesla was a grand 'I
Mr. Charles Valentine, he tells of the death of bin dear little ,J
and substantial sum was subject to the action of the democratic primaryto and to serve Dravaril county to the bawl of my hospitality. ,
of 'Lockporl N. T. Rev. point of view, a object. Great lie held May 10, I O4. I earnestly. solicit tbe ability CLAUDE OI.MSfKAD. with his family, expects to take possession girl, Lena '1 he Doctor and /Ils} ) family ,; (j;:
nd Mr. O. O. Pupplet n. The raised for the laudable support of all my friends. of the old home euily In the fall. were well known tu many of the peopleof .Ii 4.
program her band of
Moore and E. rfi HALL.
Miss
. was as follows. credit is due
.rb STATE ATTORNEY, Merrltt and Cocoa, having lived at si
of Miss Ertz word that
solos received
The
h'n's fellow workers. Admiral Glllls has
"" R .otto Stephenson and the sad of the "
:1. '' -'erSian ". rendered and were received I renpectfnllr announce my candlnacy for the Gulls U. S. N. both places, new .
Ills N. ,
Fern McPherson beautifully Lieut. Irvin
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ATTOICXISY.To son
"IWa4ma 1 Treat..'' :: Hanc.Mk"Oeii were FOR PROSECUTING; ponltlonof. State Attorney of the Seventh Judicial death of the dear little girl will b" ') 'I1:
Frederick rounds of applause. the U. H H.: Kentucky -
with hearty baa been detached from
truck Blow"' of llrevard Circuit of florid*. subject to deiuocratlonomination learned with of alt
[ the ...,France the Democratlo Voters County: a feeling regret by :
8landllr.1 laid The reading of Mr. Fletcher Bussed I on May 10.19114. 1 offer and pledge and ordered to ToUlo, Japan, f
Both ,
l
teen for Sexes, (a At the solicitation of many friend.*. I have a.imintetrtfon. who knew her, as she was a very bright
hy Samantha. Allen>,... Maggie; Brice bowed that he was an elocutionist of the finally decided to become a condldata. for the office a clvao and fearless nonnrmnln nfflce and of re.thedntleeoflheabove ,.,ntlnlly with instructions to follow up the movements child. The Dortor also states In his. letter i

*'littta 'llnkar'l:, ,"His Bottle./.'...Edna Wlehiam first order. The readings were perfect of Proaeentlnir Attorney for title. county at Mil I kit the support of the elector of the|He*ntb of the Japanese Navy, "at" best be that be expects to be In the Land of

ITeluperanesCauas'' .. .....George Dyer and were encored again and again; In the huff next your democratic support. primary.Your truly I respectfully, so. Judicial Circuit of Flurlda.JOHN can," and report ou the s.nue. This is avery Sunshine by next winter I. !
artists were perfect and O. JONES, Orlando,Fla.I detail' i a'
1tte JI>lgM awarded the medal to EdnaSi' fact all the G. ..... FROST. important and complimentary '
? Our old time which this from 1'almetto hall ; l
am. showed hard training. and show the estimation In Quite a party .

friends Mr. and Mrs. Bach us and Good- OF hereby respectfully announce myself an a young officer Is held by tbe Navy Department Merritt, started around to the beach.' t I
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
win were to the front again, and just as FOB 8tPERCITENDENT: candidate, for this office of tttata'. AlUiruoy of and the Hoar-Admiral commanding Two of the ladies, Mrs. Rhodes and her f !;

Cured Consumption. ever. The sum of $10tf waa raised towards the Seventh Judicial Circuit, subject to the the Asiatic station, sister, Mis Miller stopped off here to 0 4, y r, .
church fund. I b.reby announce myself* a candidate for action of the democratic primary wait until the launch went around the
the f
B. of of Public Inatruo- CKCI1.: O. BUTT,Orlando,fla.BTATK "
JII. \V. Enns Clearwater Kan. abe office Superintendent
end of the Inland but ;
Sloe for Krevartt county,.nbjecttothe decision. south night; cam ,1 .
a0pt6: "My stag sick for threea Nearly) Forfeits Ills Liter of tba democratic prlmarv. Mysterious Circumstance.One and no launch. The ladles stayed all M. ,
: COMMITTEEMEX.I '
; the doctors he bad quick JOHN R. WALKER.To was pale and sallow and the other night at J. W. Uruner's. The rest of the f I,
UDiption. We procured a bottle of A runaway almost ending fatally, hereby offer myself. for reelection. as Memberof during the day >
tbe difference? came by walking
'>s cured started a horrible nicer on the leg of J. the State KxaoatlTa: Committee for Hrvvard fresh and _y. Whence party
It
and
filar HorehonndSTrup 111. For four county and solicit the Tote of those who are She who I la blushing with health aMa ten miles up the island. They all went I.I I
Grove
then That was six: yeara ago, and since B Orner, Franklin doctors, and all reme- the Democrat of Bravard County.BvlncaeaniUdaMforConnty atlided with my action on the present eouim It- Dr. King's New Life Pills to maintain It.By home and took a fresh start, and made II : ':.1
C-We always kept a bottle In the year it defied all Baperlntandant Me. succesful and next ',I.
moat enjoyable trip
But Backlen'a Arnica Salve had of Public Instruction,I sollnit the misuse of W. J. TCCKin.: gently arousing the lazy organs they
"tort.We cannot do without It. Ford dies.- good the ladlea and the votaa of the men In primary __ compel good digestion and bead off con time and came back here again Saturday: I "',
him. Equally
., | and ('.(>Ida, it has no eq uaL" 2 cDdT"'OO no trouble to cure and Files. election May 10th If nominated obedient I prom to Vf" OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, stlpatloa. Try them. Only 25c: at Red when Mr. Bruner took the ladle home I ., I
bottle at Red Cross Phar, for Barns, Skin Eruptions be.In fact,your faithful and aerY"" .
*' 25o: at Bed Cross Pharmacy TltanUle..Ii'o J. X. FULTZ. Cheap, at this oce.xeM. Cross Pharmacy, Tituavtlle. In his wagon. ", ,

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 25. 1901.

m_ __n
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ue cnnit111 uy way or the president NEW YORK.:

ar IStt.aers offices and hud a supply of snowball
In his hands and under his
A Golden Ruleof arms. As
he entered the door he let drive at Ar Broadway and 41st Street
,
Agriculture: thur Simmons the portly gentleman ot Hotel Vendome

Be food to your land and your crop color who lets been a large part of the y mtb NEW YORK CITY.
good. Plenty ofPotash White HOUHC force' for the beat part ota
century. Ills aim was not good and FIREPROOF. :300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toUt
the missile landed about an inch aboveArthur's 0 .v rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.50; large rooms $2; and wit
I bend end on Secretary Loeb'sdoor. private bath $:!.ISO per day and upwards. The management fa under the n>'
sonal supervision of the owner. FRANK: GHUEN Manager
Simmons caught the fragmentsas
they fell over his ample per/son and I .
lnth rand
fertllizerspeil qtialityf
quantity In the barvent. laughed the' rest of the dAY at the fun i. 'k11yk
Write us and Captain Charles. Ixx'lller! the pre l. Hotel
we will Bend you, y" dent's doorkeeper, was Htnndlntf across Marlborough .
frtt, by next mail, }, 1 the room and he made another fine tnrget 1 hq ,
our money winning
books. He dodged In a way that sug F 1
Broadway :wth and 37th Streets NEW YORK.
,
QERMAII KAU WORKS.Nt grated practice und ran into the cnbl!;
Ywt-il Nuui SI. ,a net room for safety. Before he wa/i/ out 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con
erAtluta of Bight Steve O'Connell. the secret ducted on American and European plans, and Is managed under the persona
,Oa.-22 Se.Brats'St. 'r supervision of the owner.
service man, felt a snowball whistle by .
E. S. CROWELL, Manager.
bin ear as the lad went outside to pelt'

the big policeman who stands all day --
In front of the executive mansion. *As '
/
r the policeman and Archie are bpon (4 F<>JEit. S.A..LE.Hotel .

friends they noon bad a good time g

and the boy himself was made to feel

the sting there Is in a snowball well

made and nicely thrown. with. Bourn Cottages
Tri-Weekly Sailings and ic
. .

The scratch of a pin may cause the Acres of Land.T .
Free and loss of a limb or even death when blood BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.

Accented Masons,. poisoning results from the Injury. All
\ IIII ? ianger of this may be avoided, however,
n r by i romptlyapplying Chamberlain's Pain Il S. C., both ways)

Balm. It Is an antiseptic and quick Steamshipest
Indian No. 00 healing liniment for cuts, bruises and The Finest the Coastwise Service

burns. For sale by all druggists and I

River TitusvilleLodge. ,' medicine dealers. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. '

Direct Service Between _

rOiTFlorida. Mo sympathies or prejudice which Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. !
Hold It* meetings the second and fourth Friday we may entertain In relation to the ,
of eaoh T I II
month at their room Indian hive
Hotel,Titus rule, at 7:30: o'clock,, p. m. combatants will prevent us, of course (Calling at Charleston, S. O., both ways) II II I I
T. H.Bander, Worshipful Master. SEMI-WEEKLY RAILINGS!
F. A.Morgan Senior Warden. from supplying the nations Involved in loutbbound....................... ..........,............. ............from Lewis Wharf Boston I,
M. s.SamaJunior Warden. the oriental difficulty with such little Northbound............................ ...,.........from foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville I
J. M.IMxon Trsantirer.J. r ,
commodities In our line as they may j jF
R.Walker, Secretary j
J..O.*:M.: Black.Taylor; Chaplain.I Senior l Deacon. require notably army mules and beef.1 Clyde St. Johns River Line. r

R. E.Mlm, Junior Deaoon.C. 1
H.Walton Senior Steward.A. 'Thin I* no time for mirth or laiiRliter (DeBary Une.)
A. btewart, Junior "Steward.' 'Till the cold grey dawn of tie morning after." BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.8topplng .
J'. WRebertsTyler. t
f. M. Wooten Marshal.WASHINGTON. There will be no "morning after," If at PaUtka.Astor, St. Francis, Beresford(D Land),and intermediate land-
., you will carry a box of California Prune IDK on the Bt.John'i KJver.
Wafers, and take a few before going to STEAMER "CITY OP JTACKJSONVILtE."

bed. They will fix; you all right and I.appointed to mil aa follow t Leave Jacksonville, Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays,3:3O: p.m.
! CHITCHATItems tone you up before breakfast 100 Wafers Returning* leave Sanford Mondays, Wednesdays and II'rldaytt.au a. m. r

oots. Red Cross Pharmacy. 8<,"th. Ound SCHEDULE. North-Itoun a r
I
ituel down Read op.fave

The portrait of George Washingtonon : 8 I', in ...... ............ ... ...Jackeon.Ule. ..... ................... 'rrlve 2 OOa. m.Lave .
of Interest Gathered at 8 45 p. m. ....................... ....Palatka........:.................. Leave 8 co p. m. j
the postage stamp wears the expression Leave 3 00 a. m. ............. .......... Astor ....... ..... ............ Leave 280 p. m. Located at SARNO, three quaters oi a mile south of EAU GALLIE, FLORID
'\. the National Capital. of a man who Is still hoping that Leave. 30 a. m. ........... ....... .St. Fr..nol.......................... Leave lOOp. m DA, on the Eau Oallle River less than half a mile from the Indian River and two
Leave. .. .e................Her..tord (VeLand)...... ................ Leave 1:1: 00 noon. *
all employees of the postofflce department Arrive 830.. m. .. ...................... .. Sanford ... .... ........... ........Leave .80.. w. and 'a half mile from the Ocean. The property Is two hundred miles south of)'
.. .. .. .... ..................... ..
will attain his !Ideals of Arrive 10:0oa.: m. ................. .. Enterprise .. Leave 10 00 m.
finally Jacksonville, on the Florida East Coast Railway,.with the Railroad Station adjoining l
PLIGHT OF MISSOUBI STATESMEN.\ cruelty. I Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St..Jacksonville. the property. Buildings erected In 181)0) and some of them have never?

-- ---- F.M.IRONMONGER JR.,Mat()en.Pas. Agt. 204 West Bay St.,Jacksonville.Fla. been occupied, the original owner having died a few months after their completion j
W. O.COOJ'KR.Jr., Local Frt.AKt. Jacksonville. 0. P. LOVELL Superintendent Jacksonville.
Opaac
Dow Two The hotel for about two months the
Representative Prom the root Hogan St.t Jacksonville Fla.a. was opened prior to owner's ,
Doltlon I..<. Got Their Ilented urea a cold in 21& hours Do you ache .O.RAOERTY.. Oon'l East'n!: Pass. Agt. New York. CLYWB MILNB Gen. Frt.Ant..New York. has not been used since. AH the buildings were erected In the most subatantial11manner ;
THEO. O. KOKK. General Manager. WM. f OL.YUK *, CO. General Aganta.Cheaebrougb .
Dre.. Salt Mixed Vp-Uncle Jo. and feel feverish, one or two Opaao Tablets Building lit Stele St.,Opposite Battery Park Newrfork.. and are now In excellent condition. The hotel and cottages are completely
are Just what need they tone
Cannon' Youthful Hooka _Arclile up the system and you drive out,all feverish C. 11. WALTON. Agent TUusvllle Fla. 1 furnished andlvery little of the furniture has ever been used. There are two!

Booeevelt'e Suowlmll Ilorabr ymptoms. Don't take quinine; Opaao : artesian wells, twenty cisterns connected, with sewer etc.

.nt-.lok. at President'. Bapenec.Representative Is a tonic which does lasting good. OpaaoIs The property cost the original owner $4 ,OOO and will ,be sold at a sacrifice
a small chocolate coated tablet, and is The above
cut fairly represents the property.
Lamar of Missouri, old at 25cts a box. Red Cross Pharmacy.A Atlantic Coast Line
R'y. For to address
tall and thin. Representative Hanillu particulars apply or ,

of the same state Is short and fut. Winter'. Nl.h, EZRA F. HATCH D. L. OAULDEN, WM. A. WARLOCK,

II.'beyore new members, nud they waiit- Bless the winter weather even the blind- Caretaker on premises, Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner,
ed mightily to KO to the president's In' snow! The Great Through Car Line from. Florida. Eau Oallle. Florida. Titusville, Fla. Jamaica, N. T
'UP the roarln' chimney bright the red
reception the other night<< says the
flame tot TO Til: EAST.
New York World's Wunulufftou corre Even the wind Is elngln' .on(. w. love ,
spondent. They commit each other an' know! I Over Its own rails to Savannah, {Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thence -1883- -21st year- .. -1004) -
and found It uwcssury to wear evening vln.the Pennsylvania. Railroad.
Bless the winter weather! Joy has still a
clothes. Both had trek; coats but chance! TO THIS WEST.
neither had. a cult of i'veiilnj clothes. How he shakes his ringletI! How hi. The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile, Ohio R. R. The Geo H. Fernald{ Hardware Co
There was not time to have! new bright eyes cllmoelLove.
clothes made. They did not want to come la In to the dance land I now; the girls have TO T1I13 EAST VIA STEAMSHIP.Via .

buy ready made suits and! they did Atlanta Constitution. Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, PhUadeldhta, Bos- I A. Oil I3V13 .- IIQ 3P Si.
What' many other men In their predicament ton. Via Norfolk steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore Via Savannah
and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttalon Company for Baltimore -
bare! done--they rented suits. The '.
aud .
Philadelphia.TO
clothes came to the Missouri statesmen PLUMBING, STEAM AND GA$ FITTING. BUILDING SUPPLIES
about 0 o'clock In tho evening. At 8 ICKY WEST AND( HAVANA.
there was a wild cry over the telephoneIn ConsumptionSalt '
Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamehip Company.
the hotel where Lamar lives. SANFORD, FLORIDA.
"Wanted! at the phone" said a boy Connection Made Jacksonville forall Points
to Laiuur.

"Tell him I can't come down" said MILEAGE TICKETS. ".,.-.. rr A v ..____
Lamar. "1 nai dressing." pork is a famous old- Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the princi- 1/ \ ..u..

The boy went back but returned and fashioned remedy for con- pal railroads In the southern slates, are on sale by the principal agents. e .... $ DETROIT 1fDI1'tw.0 1

said: For reservations and information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, I I
"The man says you've got to come sumption. Eat plenty of : ',...... .
FRANK O. BOYLSTON, Commercial Agt.,: W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Agt. t
aud talk with him. It's very Impor pork was, the advice to the 138: West Bay St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 4 tell-be CLEVrl.ANDRG h ffl.1 ,
,
tant" II. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager.: W. J. CRAIG, Gen'l. Pass. Agent. I
Lamar dragged some clothes over consumptive 50 and 100. WILMINGTON, N. C. \v""H.'C"A' !!\\\ Con f i
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hIm and went to the telephone. _. ,
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j "This Is Ilamlln." said the man on years ago.

blankety the other blank end dress of the suit wire.man sent"That me Salt pork is good if a man SE.. LJB<>..A.JRD: I L ylA, mGTdAI !

the pants that go with your suit, and can stomach it. The idea f ST lOUIOS I.

I've ripped them up the log trying to AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR ,
Behind it is that fat is the
them You've jC;: :
get on. got my pants. r ,.\.t .
Mrs. Hanilln will sew up the rip. but food the consumptive needs .I tower Rii ."rJ?_ ..1ff1

for heaven's sake send after your pants -
and send mine over here or we' never nost.Scott'sEmulsionisthemod.

will get to that reception. SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, HARR I V
Two !MlsHourl statesmen arrived at ./NC '
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK l
the White House" shortly before 10 ern.method of feeding fat to JAqLC1Ta'q5 i
o'clock. They were attired in evening
the Pork is
clothes but they' kept rather close to consumptive. too Two Elegant: Trains Dally .1| // t5,

the wall. rough for sensitive stomachs. Seaboard 'J l
Seaboard Express, Mail.
Speaker Cannon had occasion to call Scott's Emulsion is the most <
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. .t rj1epy'
upon Assistant Secretary Taylor of the refined of fats -especially Cg.{tjl
treasury the other day on some otllclal ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.
.
kiHra
/ business says' the Washington Post prepared for easy digestion.

It seems as though the speaker had jLtcrm
called a number of times previously Feeding him fat in this For information. and sleeper reservations call on any Agent

regarding the same matter and felt way, which is often the only Seaboard,or writeA. For ...a.,. lAyljlf j..

that he was persecuting' the official by O. MACDONELL: As t. Oen. 1>.811. Agt. |S. C. BOYLSTON, Pave Agt. SMOOTH RUN ,
Ms continual visits. As lie entered theeecrehlry's way, is half the battle, but JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA ;

otllee the speaker said: Scott's Emulsion does more ,._ _.
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"Mr. --- ------ SOUTHERNRAILWAY
--
Secretary, 1 suppose you are -- -- -- (II
thinking something like what was said than that. There is something I

\rtirrlor back !In Damascus'thought he time was being when persecuted that old about the combinationof Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company.United lfYI -

=Saul, Saul why persecutes thou cod liver oil and hypophos- states Feet Mall Routes For- To C t

mar""Mr." Speaker I didn't know phites in Scott's Emulsion KEY WEST CUBA AND THE WEST WEB, VIA FORT T.\ n'A AND MIAMI FLA. WASHINGTON NEW YORK ASHVILLE and I
you were .mwiMdaailluf.\ .In efleoDeceuilwr:W. I'XVS. Subject to change and Individual postponement
no well posted In Scripture as that" re- that puts new life into the IT01 without notice.MIAMIHAVANA 1 and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS, N. C. .

plied> "Why Secretary, 1 couldn't Taylor. weak an-i has a special (DIRECT) LINE- .. CINCINNATI CHICAGO. !j "THE LAND OF THE SKY"
help It. laid Speak parts Lv MJaml. ...Thor i er Cannon "brcatiHe all the books I had action on the diseased lungs. Ar Havana ...rrtdnys. Monday T.ooam: Ar Miami ...&t..11I.. Tue.'aOO' : p m The NORTH and WEST.. tas "The Sapphire Country."
at home when a boy was the Bible and'Josephua' MIAMI-KEY WEST LINE-
Lv Miami. .....Tne., Thurs, Bat ....: 0amA LYKeyW..t..WelFriSunSOOam N._... D..IIt.. IDI.
A sample wall be r Key Went. ...Tues Thar. S.ie ID,oo p m Ar lIHamt .....Wed, Fri.Bun.....&::00 p w Pullnetn c._ lire/o.
Both ollk'laU enjoyed a hearty laugh T sent free lIttO/1 request. Passenger*holding round trip tickets can occupy staterooms aboard while ship remains at 1roar f On All T.nls.e. Th. D..e.MUTHCRN .
and then proceeded to business. Key; Vest. 1
U. .ur. that this plcturl In TAMPA-KEY WEST-HAVANA LINE- "AIL'WAY. M. P. CAJtT. Dsrr. '-._ J
There was a tl.c low. i C hbcl m on, thivinrp" .BnnTues,Thnrv ..11:111 Lv Ha..na..T....s,Thurv, .....,....li.OO n'n lea i1 B., stns, J.eoe.a.A Ftar
scene at the White ol bolt! elt.tmiUuxt v..Port Tampa. pm
House the other you every b..,. Ar Key W..,....Moo.Wed, Frl itMpm: Ar Key Willi'..Tu..., Thurs Bat.... (-Jtilpin L 'w. A. -r.... ...T. Y. W.sbu...-, D. Co S.. H. H&a--.o. 1
day that enlivenedthe Lv Key W........Moo", wet Frl .. .-Ja P ill Lv Key w..t..Tne.,Thor Sal ...io:Je p mArHsvwa.Tue..Thur.Sat v. H ....-. A.0., ".Ar ........C.FOLEYSIIO .P.A. w..Wyrw D
peaceful precincts of the executive SCOTT & ::OOalu3flnpm Ar J'urt Tampa.Wed,rrt, Sun.... DJOpm .
offices and made life worth living )in f2 BOWNE MIAMI NASSAU UXK -- -

the vicinity for awhile says the New V*Miami..."..", Wed : L..NlUlaaa..ru..LThul'll. Bat.... Sm: pm =--
York Times.It CHT2MISTS, ArNaa.au..Tues, Thurs Fri.. .. .:30.. D1 lIlI.uul.ell.. n'l. Sun.... .... eaoam

occurred when Archie Uooaevelt 14W Pearl St.. N. Y. Foe rates, descriptive booklet or other Information call on railroad ticket. agents or atld'_, ATM FOlEY5KIDNEYCURE

returned from school about 1 ..Vi.wU-. ,jcc. and |i| all druggists CHARLES L. MYERS,Manager Jacksonville I'ta top..tb.sough asadh 2.hsslp Makes Kidneys, end Bladder Bight






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ESTMORELAND HOTEL, West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE .
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this season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water ,
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street cars pass the door. Rates, 2.00 to $2.50 per day. x : T> HARRY L. BEEIAN, Owner and Manager : ; : :.

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. .

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American and European. Every department modern. OY TAE-IYD1AN-1t1VJtU.: LaGRANGE-SEMINOLE HOTEL WEST I'ALMhEACII, '

Near all car lines. Rates, $5 to $2.50: per day. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. "

European plan, 75ots, $1 and up, one person FLORIDA. Fronting 0111|Lake Worth overlooking the Royal Polnoluna.MRS. S I

C. B. SMITII, Propl'letor.N --" QEO. O. LatJRANOK, Manager. \

1 J. O. BAST Proprietor. American Plan. $a.X( ), $2.50; and $30() per day. Special low rate by week or : .

Nei N( Victoria Cor. Main and Adams Streets, month. Accommodation !tOO) Open the entire year. .' I t l

JACKSONVILLE FLA. DUCK SHOOTING. The imo standard excellence of cuisine maintained which tnmlo x .
t w 1 IFI r'I'il-- and FISIUNO. the LnGrnngu-Columbla Hotel, Arvorne-by-the-Son, L. I., the 'I
-JACKSONVILLE'S NEW MODERN UOTKI
renowned
must nod patronized soimlJe hotel. '
Everything new; centrally located; elegant! suites with private baths. Rates: $2 lie) per day
tateR: American $2 to $3: ; European, rooms "Sets; and upwards. : -'r rj"r x t: $10( and $12;, per w kKOCKLIIXJI ,J

!Special Rates to Commercial R, RIXLER Travelers.Prop. Formerly Prop, River View hotel.fIie .--_--- .- . Hotel "The Palms "
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e JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the ,.. beautiful Lake Worth, the M
Hotel Indian River ROCKLKOGK: Fr..\. more expensive unll KrontlnK on opposite
Hoyal \INilnuUnu Hotel.' White waitresses and cooks from While 1 Mountain
Klcctrlu lights and b,1\8., \ Cuisine the very Lellt. Hates, $2: to $.) per day. ,
Centrally located. Thoroughly Repaired and Renovated. Hp i clal by the woek. Address, "TIIK I'ALMW," West Palm UtlIWh, FlA. .'
UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT.SURROUNDED : F I t
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\\v. G- WNANS1 anajter. II. MASON, Proprietor.' ELEOTRIC LIGHTS: TIIROUG ROUT HOTEL AND OAUDEN.ALL THE PARK COTTAGE WEST: J'ALM IlKACII, FLA. 'r

MODERN IMPROVEMENTS< ACCOMMODATIONS* 300. ,
ie e New Travelers Hotel RATES: $3: AND UPWARDS PER DAY. ; I I
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Now Open. Under new management C l
$17.50 AND UPWARDS PER WEEK.
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Overlook Lake Worth. ,
-On the American and European Plan- EXCELLENT BOATING, s \1 '
Transient Rates, $2; to $2.fiO: per d.iy. r I
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Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant FISHING, 1
family home Rates: American Plan, 2.00 and $2.50; European, 5Octsand AND IIUXTIXO. Special Weekly Kates. \
up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door.II. HERBERT I.. LEQG. Proprietor. MRS. IDA II. DRUNER, Proprietress. 1 f

W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. Proprietor of Laura) House Haines Falls flat skill Mountnlnrf, N. Y. ,- -- _-__ I f" I IAr.lU

|The beautifully located Riverside same Hotel management,/;at Green Cove Springs, Is under the .................................................... .- 11IJ AC 11 I I

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yon 6UltDln6sAIT'IIeDpST. : "THE GREAT: ORANGE OUOVK: : OPKN:: JANUARY l:TII. I I t
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i RESORT OF FLORIDA." i Adjoining grounds, of Hotel Royal( PulncUna, Palm leach, on the north. 1 J .

A handsome modern hotel located on the banks of the famous Indian j "
'= OPFROQ! .STREeTS.4 PLAZA ..ML,. t.T AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA J River, in the midst of an H() acre bearing orange grove. Steam heat In Tt Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours. "i
.0., suites with bath filtered rainwater location conceded by X :1
central location In the city. 'ntrletly fireproof. 81rtr" flne room. well < every room ; ; :
"rnlohed. Room. only. Open November to Jun. Addre.. .. above.ORMOND everyone the best In Kockledge/ ; East: Coast Railway depot In the hotel First-Clan Chef' Cuisine, and Service.
---=- J grounds Oranges free to the gue.t Liberal management and rates. J
+ Accommodations for 200 pr:1V'.ate: : :X:>:yi.:1.n.g ZE?drlors I t1
BEACH. + S. n. PECK, Manager. i
- 1 Summer Resort-THE NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. Petoskey Mich. j Order received. for Dinner Parties of any number at all bourn. ,
IxtwUng resort of the (}rest tjtkei-Open. Juno to Ootulwr _
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Open December, to May. Car. line from Ormond Station to Hotel New Rockledge Hotel. Springs Hotel, MAGNOLIA(St., John SPRINGS Rlrer.), FLA. f f t fII ,

Ormond. New England help. $3.00 per day; $17.30; per week. 't.
ANDERSON & PRICE HOTEL COMPANY Proprietors. 28 mile south of Jacksonville\ by Atlantic Coast" Line R'y., and river steam. ; 0 I
WII. S. KKXXKT, Manager. ers. Open fireplaces all room. Steam Heat. Elevator. Electric Lights J 'I ,;;"
Pure spring water. Dry climate. No mosquitoes. Well-kept Golf course. C + 'r',
ROCKLEDGE INDIAN RIVER. Tennis Fishing, bhnotlng. Two swimming pool and baths. $1.00 per day. I r f. <
Special weekly ratei. O. D. tI: HEAVE, Owner and Manager. I,
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Orchestra, Casino, Bowling Alleys, Etc. WHITE HIMtlNGH. '. f
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Located on Rldgewood, Avenue-the most beautiful avenue In the. South. H. R. SHARES, Proprietor. The Hamilton WHITE SPRINGS, FLA. : ;d I;. !

Private Baths. Electric Lighted. Northern help throughout the house. : ... '. .. r
Orchestra. E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. JENSEN. ,..,
-New, Modern lgL-<"'Jad Hotel j

WAYSIDE INN JENSEN, FLA. ON TIlE OLD 8UWANEE RIVER. v 't I E,
the Centre of Pineapple Belt. Finest mineral spring In the world. Greatest health resort In the t 0 i ;,i
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Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.' TBC1: South. Finest quail shooting In America. Write for booklet to ) f. i'

I Choice location on the banks of the Indian River. Near the ocean.: Large JNO. S. BOWEN, White Spring, JTa. :
grounds with tropical foliage. Excellent fishing and hl1Dtl g. Terms, (2 t .:,(
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Z e"o/ ({; : THE BALTIMORE FIRE! PALM-BEACH. WINSTON S. BRANNING. FREDERICK MORGAN\ 3 3DRANNING


JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS : X A Very Brilliant Social Kv. t.
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41 West Bay Street To Our Fire Insurance Patrons., The great social event of tbs season at : ,
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Palm Beach, which has been tbe themeIn
We have received Information from the Insurance social circles all last week was the
largest stock (In this iiectlon of country. I Companies represented by us that they lost but grand Washington Birthday Ball, which

Established in 1808. lightly In tbe great Baltimore fire. Some of our com- took place at Hotel Royal Poinciana on [ FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS j

Send for descriptive-catalogue.AUTOMOBILES.--- ..[. panics did no business in the State of .Maryland, and .].. Monday The time night.for the opening; of the ballroom ,

those doing business that state lost but lightly-much was set for 0:30) p. in.; and at the'
less than In the Jacksonville fire-which will make no approach of that hour, tbe large numberof f Titusville. Fla. 2

perceptible effect on their surplus. guests of the Royal Poinciana and
t Breakers began to wend their way towards ----- 4
SCHUYLER & WILSON.
the doors of the big dining room, Representing: Representing::
B3T: Those carrying policies with us, need feel no uneasiness :: which were thrown open on time. Mr.
( TOURING CARS, as we Insure only I In time tried and fire tested companies Fred Sterry and his brother Mr. Leland The Liverpool A London ... Globe The Pennsylvania Insurance
STEVENS-DURYEA andOLDSMOBILES. j: Sterry, were at the entrance of the ballroom Insurance Co. The Georgia Home Insurance Co

t"WINTO, 111100...101.'f>F1.1.N...11. KOO. fKOrf 0>frfrfOrf.K1 MM..tf.rF1 welcome.,ready to give everyone a hearty The Hartford Fire Insurance Co. The Rochester-German Insur. Co': i

GASOLINE ENGINE MARINE The new dining-room of the Royal The /Etna Insurance Co. Norwich Union Fire Ins. Society.

STATIONARY and PORTABLE.FOR THE SPARKS SHOWS. OBITUARV. Polnclana was transformed into a veritable Northern Assurance'0%., of Eng.
fairyland. Tbe walls were lined The Continental Fire Insurance Co.

SALE-2)f horse power, 4 Cycle, with palms of tall and graceful form The Home Insurance Co., of XT. Y. Home Life Insurance Co.; of N. Y.
On Tuesday, at TI ut sville, the John To the Memory of the Lamented J.Thatoh.r and scattered around were potted plants,
Gasoline Marine Engine price, $115.00 II. Sparks Shows gave two very' creditable r Hood. farce etc.! while Immense United /States The Phenix Fire Insurance Co. Germanla Life Insurance Co.

0 horse power, 4 Cycle, Double Cylinder performances, which were largely and British) flags hung in folds over the The Fireman' Fund Insurance Co. Union Casualty A Surety Co.
Gasoline Marine Engine, price $225.00; attended. It Is well known that tbe There died at Melbourne, Fla., Mon. entrance, and ac the east end of the ballroom

this Includes shaft propeller wheel Sparks Shows are very popular, and they day Feb. 15, tblstilgh-souled gentleman. In honor of thin auspicious occasion
.,magnetos are composed of some of the finest talentto It is fitting that his friend since boy and Sir Gilbert Carter,the governorof In the above list of Fire Insurance After
batteries and spark coils. These be obtained in the country. The acrobats hood should express: the mournful trib- the Bahamas, who, with Lady Carter, the Fire

engines are made and guaranteed by the performing elephant, horses, ute of a few farewell words In honor of are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Flagler. Companies, we have the agency for
Grant Ferris Co., of Troy, New York. mule, dogs, etc., were all good; while his great heart and devoted life-for be The grand effect was heightened by"a a
. j tbe magnificent specimens of the lion was of that manner of men whom Shakespeare general color scheme of red, white and ALL the strongest In the world. Time-
, describes In Hamlet when Polo- blue and the hundreds of vert-colored
and lioness, and the daring performanceof ,
J.' LAUNCHES FOR SALE AND their keeper, were very favorably commented nius advises his son on tbe sort of friend electric lights shining down upon the tried and fire tested 'Insurance. Overa '
upon. For a traveling snow It ships to make and which he should merry dancers threw a beautiful glamorover ;
if BOUGHT and SOLD on COMMISSION. was above the average. The show left "grapple to his soul with hooks of steel." the whole dining room. million dollars paid for losses from

" I, here Wednesday night for New Smyrna The circumstances. that brought his Dancing; commenced about 9:40 p. m., c
TUB WHITE GASOLINE ENGINE Daytona and St.Augustine.; Mr. Sparks life to its untimely close, were most pathetic and the combined orchestras of the Royal Jacksonville fire "by our Companies''
I. I. an old friend of Mr. W. H. MoFarland, and heartrending. He had been Poinciana and Breakers gave forth a
\L Marine, Portable and Stationary Manufactured of Titusville. suffering acutely with neuralgia and was continuous strain of sweet music from m In twenty days' time. i

by Tbe Globe Iron Works, of taking, as he supposed a dose of bromo- that time to nearly one ,o'clock a. m.
t Minneapolis, Minn. seltzer from Its regular blue bottle. It A large number of couples were on the We appreciate past favors and respectfully -

GONE ON A CRUISE. proved to be corrosive sublimate which floor at every dance, and It was generally ask for a continuance of
The Wizard Jump Spark Magnet, price was also In a blue bottle of the same kind admitted that this was as fine a Wash :
$14. Apple Dynamos $18. und on the same shelf the different label ington Birthday Ball as was ever given your business.
The fine and commodious honse-
1" ', having been unobserved. He quickly at Palm Beach.
These engines and automobiles
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boat, Buckeye belonging to Mr. T. A.
discovered the fatal error and then began The lovers of Terpschioore particular send for Insurance In
carried In stock, and can be delivered folder of Hole Sound, arrived In TI- Do not away ,
promptly byt' that heroic fight with death lasting )Iy noted that"the music for the dance
'.j usvllle Monday morning, last, with2apt. nearly one week. For several days there was one uninterrupted spell of harmonyIn | some small company you know noth- The safe and the contents may be

The Florida Motor Go J. baa W. been Myers chartered In command.by Dr. Duncan The was encouragement, but the excoriated the ball room, and the excellence of Intact;but If there Is no Insuiance(tbe
Buckeye lag about.
throat and stomach finally developed It was one of the marked features of the
.j contents of the safe only small
cover a
Emmet, of New York, for six,weeks, I
Box I. DAYTONA FLA. gangrenous conditions, to which nature ball. part of your assets), the savings of a
and who, with his wife and two servants, succumbed, notwithstanding his strong Tbe combined orchestras were station. | No other agent can write you In
life time vanish within fewhours'
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and mother and may
lie father Dr. Mrs. J.
I will. His great sufferings were ed an elevated platform at the
very upon time. Insure with
:E1.. L.I OTLQJW.t D. Emmet and maid, and his brother, I borne with fortitude, and It Is now the east end of the ball room, and were surrounded tbe above companies Titusville or yourself, and In case of a us fire, protect loss,
all whom
Mr. T. A. Emmet, Jr., of are
comfort of those who mourn him, that by large flags-tepresentatlve ,
surrounding get enough to
from New York arrived here country. money put you on your
Tuesdayand he said: "He had nothing to fear if of the United States and Great Britain, feet again.
at once left for a cruise on Indian death should result." bunting and palms, which nearly screen. Remember this and we are sure
t River. His memory will be cherished In ten- ed the musicians from tbe public gaze. Branning & Morgan,
der aiTeoiion by those who knew him About 11:15 o'clock ball serpentines there will be no policies issued only
r ONE CENT A WORD.Advertisements best, for by them his like will not be I of many hues were handed around and Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
I W' seen on earth again. In all essentialsthat thrown over wires suspended over-head, by tbe above firm. Patronize hometAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA TITUSVILLE FLA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&lA.

rt go to make tbe man of noble mould, and the large ball room was then festnsktiMfl .
he had stood the best of flie. -In shades nf red white. hlllA. anti
In this column will be For many years he had battled with yellow; d-tb .;.;ib-ib-Is--m zeth numerous -
inserted at the uniform rate of One physical disabilities and continued misfortunes merry dancers made headway

Word. advertisement, however enough to appall the ordinary getting considerable of it wound around
J. K. WALKER. H. B. MACE. ,
small less than 20 cents cash in man. With him their chief effect was to their bodies. To add to the amusementthe n
advance each insertion. Orders for discontinuance vindicate his true manhood and admir- onlookers In the front seats threw -

-1 must be made In writing. able moral courage.; Though by nature confetti over the dancers as they passed, J WALKER '
R & CO
Bend check money order or stamps to Impetuous and Impatient of restraint until their beads and clothes were fairly ,
EAST COAST ADVOCATE Titusville,Fla. his self-controul and patience under s? covered with these bits of varl-colored

many burdens bad become moat pro paper. We saw one young lady receive -DEALERS IN-

: E. A WADDELL, MIAMI, real estate nounced. His honor was of the finest a handful square In the face; but she,
f, dealer ha some choice bits of real quality, and his word was liberally his like every other dancer, took it In good Dry Goods,
Fine Liquors, Wines 'Beers, estate for sale. Call upon him. bond as befitted a man with so good a part, and enjoyed the fun..
Ales Stout Etc. lineage from the Hoods, of Maryland During the evening Manager Sterry
one of his great-grandfathrrs having with considerable forethought, orderediced Furniture
VANTED-A reliable man for good po ,
MP'Send me your orders! been a general in the Revolution while claret punch and lemonade banded
sition. Good commis
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TITUSVILLE and COCOA; FLORIDA. pay another colonel In the War of around to' the and
was 1812.: guests; as I\Wall a
sion. Address with B. II. Cal- .
lan, Foster I Ohio.stamp 20.9STORE The present governor of Maryland Is his warm evening-made more so by dancing Shoes, etc.
delicious those cool drinks
cousin. -how
J. L. MOB LEY He was the enduring comfort of his tasted.
TO LET-In the ADVOCATE devoted parents In their declining years, The head of the arrangements and the' -AGENTS 'OR-
TITUSVILLE, FLA.. Building, Jltnsvllle, Fla., suitablefor and ever the tenderest counsellor to his one who so successfully planned the ball
Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal- any kind of business.-Apply to Invalid sister. In this last lllneitg, result- was Mr. Fred 8terry Sterry, the popular CONTINENTALTAILORING
omlnlng.. Staining Finishing and Paper C. H. Walton ADVocATe office. Ing from that terrible mishap, his concern young manager of the Koyal Polnclana
Hanging, at the moat reanooable price was less for himself than for those and Breakers, assisted by his brother I
consistent with good workmanship TWO THOUSAND AMOOR RIVER he loved and several times be expressedhis Mr. Leland Steiry (Assistant-manager of CO. '
Privet, $25.(H) per 1.000; Strong;plants. great sympathy for them. lie was the Breakers,), 1 Prof. Geo. E. de Walter
All Work on the East Coast L. CAMERON; : the seedsman, always the man of heart and was so tender and Mr. Geo E: Andrews.
Jacksonville Fla. and true and so steadfast and braveto The gorgeousness of tbe scene when THE BEST CLOTHES J

;' Is Especially Solicited.Let meet whatevere life held for him of the ball was lit Its height, vied with any
'ERSONAL middle aged man good or III. We hope again to see him big ball ever given In Washington, New
m" know what
estimate on It. you Prompt want attention and get my wishes to correspond with home lovIng Ulorllled, where no more partings occur. York or Boston, and the magnificent John R. Walker & Co. '

given to all work. lady. Object Matrimony. Address gowns worn during the evening were
U. Stanwood, Vlutondale Pa. marvels of beauty many of them having TITUSVILLE.
MISS.McDONALD
r'i DEAD.
been Imported from London and Paris.
William The diamonds of value -
worn were -
great -
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Memorial edition. Agents Wanted In The many friends of Miss Kathryn and brilliancy and showed to consider. .......++...++.+......+..++.....+.+...+....+.*...***
able advantage while the dancers
[ TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON every city and county. 100,()()() copies McDonald along the East Coast were I light fantastic"merry over theflnePypolished Morgan Bunnlng, 1'roprletoni. E. R. ]Jll.ikewood Registered Druggist. '
WORKER. will be sold. Agents should apply grieved to hear of her death, which occurred !floor. i .
r quickly for territory. The Martin & at the home of her parents, Mr. The attendance was largely representative .
Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. llojt Co., Atlanta, Ga. lit and Mrs. J. A. McDonald on lust Thursday of the wealth and culture of the i
morning. Her' death wan not altogether United States Great Biltaln
although;
GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE YOUNG 'CHICKS t-100 or more, lOots unexpected as she has been and Canada were represented In fairly RED 'PHARMAC 1 1TITUSVIUJE
TANKS MADE each, ten days old, safely shipped four ailing for the past year, and quite ill for good numbers.
c TO ORDER. weeks after ordered. Now is the time the past week. The brilliancy of the scene,the beauty i

Your Patronage is Solicited. to hatch for next winter layers when Miss McDonald was a young woman of of arrangement and the perfection of de- :
egg are high. Brooders made to order exceptional qualities. She was devoted tall were only a fit setting for the beauty FLORIDA.
COCOA FLA.Hodgson for Christian and spent her life In the interest .
for southern climate. Recipe social position and wealth of
Sore-head, 23ots. Eggs for batching of others and the love and devotionof those who attended the ball. manyof of-

now ready, *t for 13. Blair's Egg her family. Tbe SUCCORS of the Washington Birthday PURE DRUGs..l DPDihjGG SUNDRIES f||
Bros The funeral took place from the church
r, Farm, Merritt Fla. Bull, was an assured one before the 1
of Ills Holy Name and was attended by first strain of muslo was heard, for those i ; Filled With the

''JEAU: GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. Do you subscribe for the ADVOCATE P the on largest a like number occasion of at peisous Miami ever, a large present In charge had worked so harmoniously tPrescriptions .' BQI .

Marine Railway. number having to stand outside the and been quietly otherwise.that it could hardly have i ; YfE arsNStattOOR! TRADE.ol Supplies I DS A TRIAL ORDER. *

-R Ctoneral Merchants and Ship Chandlers.t For Sale at Georglann, Florida. edifice during; the entire service Tbe ball-room floor, was brightly polished Choice Line of g Perfumery, Brushes, f 1
Exquisite floral offerings were brought Toilet Articles Shoulder Braces articles kept ST
and reflected the gay throngs as Fine Candies, and all other
..Special Facilities.. both to the home and to the church, Its by up-to-date drug stores. S
they glided over smooth surface. It ;
15 acres Improved land, centrally located by the deceased many friends at Miami and JCiT" We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders. .
Tor Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing was a gay scene reminded the look.
I frontage; of 11 rods on Indian River. and Palm Beach including; Mr. and Mrs. er-on of the storied balls of Europe's NN.NOONNONO/0011HN..........................
Yachts and Launches. I Contains fine young orange grove In Henry M. Klagler, Mr. and Mis. Fred where
gay! capitals, youth, beauty and
I bearing. Address, T. 11. CIiAMUltltll.II Sterry, Mrs. Jos. !Halter: Mr. Lee Augustus all
Mention the ADvocATe when wrl tin Ir. grace were concentrated, each participant
nl Oeorglana, Fla. Mitchell Mr. and \Mrs. 8. L. Patter vlelng with each other In the rich. -rrT'US"V'JLLEJ: IahP173R7i: ST.ABLE::
son and many, many others.
- --- -- ness of their costumes. It was really a

Robbing & Graham Co. Stanley Hitching Library[ The Miami Were business closed during houses tbe and funeral Public brilliant After the Assembly.supper, which concluded just s i'f'*

services, and the flags on the Hotel after midnight, dancing was resumed, FEED AND SALE nl'IiP ', .. SADDLE HOUSED
Dealer In- Royal Palm and the Hotel Biscayne were
(Incorporated.) and continued untjl; nearly 1 o'clock a. m. ...STABLES.:. BUGGIES
at half-mast. The Neapolitan band and ,
PAID UP CAPITAL .15,000.00.: FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY CIGARS, played sang
during supper, and were frequently en
BAGGAGE = SURREYS ]
This company owns Tobacco Pipes, Candles Fancy China CHURCH NOTICES. cored. a
and Temperance Drinks To give only a partial list of the names
t H -A. 3ST 3D S, The following brands of cigars deliveredat of tbe twelve hundred people present In TRANSFER a. and TURNOUTS

$:J.2& per box: of CO: There will be preaching at the Method. the ball-room would fill a couple of the II AUI.INGETC.t kinds..
In the Indian Rivet Country On the St. ..all
; Humboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos let church In Cocoa, next Sunday, at 11 pages or more of the ADVOCATE: air:! ,
Luole River; at Now River and on Day Cubanas Pobalnkl. a. m., and 7:30 p. m. All are invited to Gilbert and Lady Carter Col.; John Jacob
Cromo attend. Astor, Mr. Frederick M. Martin, Miss J. W. OSBAN & SON
Blscayne. Prices to suit the times Flinch Cards BOo.; Hand Made Palmetto Juliana Cutting Mrs. Horatio Rubens TITUSVILLEBack of Geo. M. :Robblnl' otHce.FLORID
Send for Land List. r Hats, 2oo. The Rev. L. D. Geiger will preach at Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gould, and hun
STUART, FLORIDA. tbe Baptist church LaOrande Sunday dreds of other prominent people were
Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla.ao.n.oa morning:, and at Titusville in the eve present.And .

ning. AH are cordially Invited. so ended the Washington Birthday E.I:: ::ee.:: ..:C p :eeO.: :: ,

East Coast Meat Market Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Ball at the Royal Polnclana, Palm
divine service In All Saints church, with Beach,on Monday night, Feb. 32, 100.&. -DEALERS IN-

O. F. DUREN, Agent. holy communion at Waveland-Jeusenon Better Than Gold."I GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT!
Sunday next at II a. m. Also In St.
was troubled for several with We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. FERTILIZE
a:: Paul church Eden-Tibbals at 3 m. years We are agents for MAPES
C>> And at Stuart at 7:10:: p. m. Tuesday p. chronic indigestion and nervous debility We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consul!
--. at 7 30 o'clock In St. Andrews ," writes F. J. Green, of Lancaster, N. ers. Write as for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.E. .
Have your eyes examined: and fitted ria rte.o : evening Fort Pierce. II. "No remedy helped me until I began L. BRADY: BRO. TITUSVILLE FLA.
F" church, using Electric Bitters which did
by the expert. ReT. E. O. Bartlett, of Rhode Island me more good than all the medicines I
DR/G. L. MANDAVILLE tII will hold divine service at Rockledge on ever used. They have also kept my
Florida. cs.Dd : Sunday morning next, and at the Titus wife In excellent; health for years. She W. GOLDSMITH
.' .. Titusville ville\ Presbyterian church In the evening.On says Electric Bitters are just splendid ,
When answering advertisements Friday afternoon at3:30: o'clock:, Mr. for female troubles; that they are a
Dealer
will hold a bible the grand tonic and invigorator for weak In-
In these columns you would confer a Bartlett reading at ; ,
favor' by saying you saw the advt. in the b coo home of Mrs. Oeo. W. Scobie, and In run down women. No other medicinecan STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT Al
at 7UK: o'clock at take Its place in :
f'E: aT CoJCST ADVOOATK.: By so doing sa.: the evening the Pre our family. Try ,
will receive' better attention from w 5 byterian church, a revival prayer and them. Only BOo. Satisfaction guaranteed PRODUCE OlP ALL XCiDS.

you the sdvertlaera.'J TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. praise service. by Red Cross Pharmacy Tlcunme.4 TITUSVILLE .. FLORIDA.

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