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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: March 4, 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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qOL. 38. NO. 3. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH .t. 1004. PRICE 60.. t It

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LOCAL NEWS -Mr. L. C. Moore, of Roseland, was In -Mrs. Sheppard Harris left for Ocala -Mr. P. A. MoM man has his announcement Brevard County Lands For Sale. AMONG THE HOTELS. ; '

town yesterday. Monday, Where she goes to visit friends for tax assessor In this Issue .

i Topics of General Interest. -Mr. Casper Mime left here, Wednesday -Dr. and Mrs. F. II. Houghton. who -!Mr. E. L. Brady ba been spendinga East la' of Southeast if, Section 13: Rend the nd. of the Grand Atlantlo

And for Fort Pierce, to permanently re are now at Daytona, expect to be In TI- few days at Miami this week, looking Township: South, Range 40 East; 80 hotel Daytona, on our 7th page. {
aide. tusvillo on Sunday next. after his business Interests.Dr. acres Fine pineapple land, very near
Ankona Station Indian River Price The AnvooATB Is on file weekat 4
ADVOCATE on every
THE -Mr. E. M. Ooodall, on board his fine -Capt. John McLean, who has been E. E. Rollins has been on a professional $:-2,MX)(). the American Club, Havana.
/ per la advance. auxiliary launch, Nemo, arrived In port In Daytona for a while, stopped over visit to bt. Luole, Fort Pierce Island formerly
=months Moirltt's Co art
gl.OO .t h here of Beach this week. He near en ay, The ADVOCATE l. now on file at all
yesterday.. a couple days,en route to Jensen and Palm returned
known the
countries. a* Geiger; Place; 107?! I 1ti
hotels York
an. to foreign the best In New city.
$2.00 per -Mrs. Brown, mother of Mrs. Adhe- PAINTS VARNISHES AND BRU3H- Thursday. acre. Fine pineapple, orange and vegetable

When you subscribe for the ADVO- mar Brady, left here, Tuesday on a visitto es. Soid by Jan. Pritchard & Son. WE HAVE IT.-New Line of Furniture land. Price, tlftO.() Where to atop along the East Coast i

oiii by the year It does not cost you friends at Stuart. Titusvllle We solicit your orders.Mr. Iron Beds, Chairs, Dressers, etc., Merritt's Island, HW\ acres, long fronton See list of hotels on 4th and 7th pages
cents per week, postage included. Write for J. R. Walker Indian River and Including t
ItirM etc. prices.
oyster
PRICES TO SUIT ALL PARTIES-In E. L. Brown, brother-In ]law of Hotel men should not forget tho fibre
| EAST COAST ADVOCATE is ontale .t Co., Titusvllle.ulr. permit granted by Brevard County for sale for mattresses at Melbourne.
THS Improved and unimproved property.If Mr. O. G. Howard, Is a guest of the Indian Hood land for and ,
I 1 at the following news-etands, at five you want to buy, don't fall to see River hotel lie halls from Derby, .,W. T. Wells, a prominent real. land. vegetables A tine some location good' Road the ad on page 8.
oyster f
ioutsper copy Bed: Cross Pharmacy. E.: A. Waddell, Miami, VI.. Pa. dent of Melbourne, was lu town on Monday orange Price, $400.Town If you want a nice piece of property \

., Titusvllle Jacksonville- -Duval hotel. -Miss Florence Robinson, of Eden, -Mr. George M. Bobbins left for St. and gave the ADVOCATE oflloe a of Tltusvlllo, lot ::1, of East sub cheap, rood the ad. of the Sarno property .

Windsor botel. passed through here, Saturday last, on Augustine this morning, upon law business short but pleasant call. division of old block 4. A fairly good on our 3rd page. It will be sold at a

Grlyot News stand. her way to New Smyrna, on a few days' and expects to be In Miami on -Mr. Wm. M. Prindle, of Hunting-; house 1'rioe$250.: rare bargain.Do .

visit with friends. Sunday night. ton. West Vit., who still remains In 11. Town of Titusville, lot :II J, block A, not fall to stop off at Rookledge: '
: Note date of expiration printed upon I' tusvllle with Mrs. Prindle U now goingto oleman's Addition. Large lot fronting '
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R. II. of Miami -The Duchess of Sutherland who whore there are three tine, up-to-date
week. This -Attorney Seymour, ,
your paper or wrapper every try his hand at flllbln lie has made on two streets, good location near centerof
has been few in town time Palm hotels-tho Indian River, Plaza and New
days at Beach Is
U receipt for your money. No needfor spending a spent some now quite record at quail shooting.Mr. town. Good 8-room cottage Price,
I( us to send receipt for subscription. this week, attending to law matters before sojourning at the Tampa Bay hotel, at i $7()(). Rooklodge.!

I The date gives I I It to you. Judge Al. 8. Jones. Tampa. Jas. E. Alexander, candidate for Town of Titusvllle, line corner lot In Mr. Joseph P. Greaves, the genial '

notice ads. are ten cents -Mr. and :Mrs. B. AY. Currier and Miss -Mrs. II. R. Jones, mother of Mrs. Congress, stopped off the train a few business section of town. Price, $:.,01), manager of Hotel Alomar, St. August

.7r" Reading this Sarah E. Clough, of Lynn Mass, who Wm. M. Brown, arrived In Titusville on minutes, Tuesday, to shake his bands with. Town of Titusville, U residence lots ine, Is not only an up-to-date hotel man, t Abut
line on page. his friends. He was on to Miami
fer made a trip along the East Coast after Monday, from New Hartford, Conn., and way went of railroad Price, till each. a scientific yachtsman as well On
-Judge M. S. Jones will bold court at spending some time at Hotel Ormond, I has been warmly welcomed by her many where he told some funny stoileson South 'Lake S: mile west of Tltusvlllo, Monday Mr. Greaves won the onedesigncontest.

Miami next week, where there are quitea have returned home. I friends.Mr.. Wednesday evening. 40 acres, fronting on lake, part hammock It was a fine race?but Captain I ,

few cases on the docket. -Senator Dwight] W. Tuttle, of New and part i pine. Fine land for oranges, Greaves' yacht, Osann, was too fleet for .
-Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Allen and son, and :Mrs. Chas. B. Jefferson are Haven, Conn., who has been stayingat vegetables and pineapple.. Price, $2,10.: () the others, and came In well ahead. :
BUSTERS can kinds of supplies of Brooklyn, N. Y., who have been stay. said to be making big improvements on
South Lake mile west of Titusvllle.
few weeks his
ofeJas. Orlando for a with 214
it the store Frltchard A Son: log) at their winter home at Oak Hill their place at Hobe bound, an well as short Part fine hammock balance line, 1I0telltiagnolla'. season I Ie under full
wife and niece, was In town a minuteIn f
Titusville. since November, have gone to their entertaining numerous friends In lavish while yesterday, en route down the high, dry, pine land, with beautiful view swing, "something doing" every
hour. The days .
waking are
at Hobe Bound for while. style this winter. every ,
the of place and
-Dr. Mary E. SeHen was guest coast. of lake. Good orange, vegetable crowded full of tennis, golf, croquet, '. 1
F. A. Morgan a couple of days or so Miss E. B. Hook SPECIAL SALE March pineapple land. 1UO acres. Price, $$(III. I
)Ira, a charming young; on Monday, -Mr. Hardy Crow, of Iloloomb. Mo., hooting fishing, riding,8riyingandboat- ,; .
thli week. lady from Bangor. Me., Is a guest of Mr. 7th. Most complete, cheapest and cousin of !Mrs J. R. Walker, arrived In Section ft, Township 27 South, !Range Ing at Magnolia Springs. During the if "

-Mrs. Wm. )(. Brown and Master and Mrs. J. F. Hathaway at Hotel Or- best line of Embroidery, Insertions, Titusvllle, Wednesday, to make this his 17 East; 42f::!( acres fronting on Indian evenings, card parties are numerous .! p

)Hark Brown' who have been spending mond. She Is enjoying the warm sunshine All-Overs, etc., etc. J. R. Walker A future home. lie will hold position in River and horse Creek S 2mites!, land northof tine The excellent orchestra that Mr. Seavey

mieral 1 weeks at Miami, returned to Ti- Instead of the Ice and snow of Co., Tltusntlle. the department store of John It. Walker Kan Gallle. Splendid high has In attendance this season, gives ad-
large of Coquina rock, high, dry '
; quarry t
ditional cost to the lovers of dancing
tmvllle\ on Sunday. MaineMrs. -Mr. W. W. Erwin, one of Miami's A and healthy. Fine orange and pineapple' ,
KOOilcoooert
SEE!: OUR Spring and Summer Line of M. A. Sprague and Miss Berge, prominent lawyers, was In town this i Co.Mr.. Everett Drennen sailed down land. Splendid residence site. Price, and also music.entertain During the lovers the past of week, .
of New York, mother and sister of Mr. week, attending' to law matters before.
Millinery Hats In all shapes, Ready to from the Dummltt orange grove, Tues- $1.000. sails
moonlight stroll rides and have
Wear Hats, Flowers, Chiffons, etc., C. L. Berge, of North Titusvllle, who Judge; M. S. Jones. As usual Mr. Er. day evening, with Mesdames Newklrk, Georgians, on Merrltts Island; 10acre) *, been ID order.Thousands. ,
Cheaper and Better than ever. J. R. usually spend their winters on the East win had a number of Interesting storiesto Wisely and Riddle, of New York, who extending across the Island from Indian I

Walker" Co. Titusville. Coast have none on a pleasure cruise to tell his friends. were en route home after a delightful River to Banana River; good pineapple, of tourists have been on

and have the West Indies and South America.Mr. -Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Rathbone, cousins dlslt with Mr. and Mrs. E. .f.A. Drennen.Mr. orange or vegetable land. 7-rooni houseIn the move up and down the East Coast I'
-Judge A. D. Penney family gooJcondition, small barn. Price $730. the past) few weeks, and many peoplewere I i
the and of Mrs. Scrlmgeour
Joseph Arthur popular : accompanied by
,moved into the residence In North Tl-. well-known playwright of New York, their daughter, Miss Grace A. Kathbone, Joseph Jefferson' who will soon Also 10) acres, known as lot I, of Ar. lucky If they got a cot or the floor I T

taMlne, lately vacated by Mr. and Mrs.W. who lion written many play, Including"Ten arrived at the Indian River hotel yenterclay. leave Palm Beach on his regular tour belle, fronting both Indian and St. Luolo of the parlor to sleep upon in some j I col
has his fine launch for sale In 1
The Is
S. Branring. Judge pur- advertising
; date hotels the EastCoast
railroad high ot the along /
Rivers, near postofilceand up-to
Nights In a Dar Room, has joinedhis They have been spending about
bRed the residence.Mr. the ADVOCATE.: If need a fine launch
you and healthy, beautiful location. Fine For sonic few weeks past, Messrs.
friends, the 1'ltous, Jefferson and two months at West Palm Beach.
Canton Ga. at a Cheap rate, wl'lteIr.! Karl Kettler, cottage ]land. Price Anderson A: .Price the popular manager t
Jas. R. Brown of others at Hobe Sound, where he always splendid pineapple ,
she owns property in North Titusvllle receives a glad welcome.Mr. Judge and Mrs. R H. Lalmbeer, of Mr Jefferson's private secretary, at '::3: ,5X( ). of Hotel Ormonef,, have boon at their
WM In town Monday and Tuesday, lookIng New York who have been spending< the Palm Beach, Fla. Term'' will be made reasonable to re wits end to know where to sleep alt the

after his Interests. Mr Brown Is an Joe }Mendel of LaGrange, who season a; Palm Beach, are registered; at SEE K.: A. WADDKLL; Miami, Fla.If liable pin'chaser*. Apply l to would-be guest Every cottage In the

Mole of Mr. J. P. Turner, who formerly has been on the sick list for some time the Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine. you want an Orange; Grove, Pine. D. 1.. (GAULPKV, neighborhood of the hotel-and even the

reelded InTI tusville.Dr. past' was a caller at this office on Wednesday Judge and Mrs. Lnimbeer have been apple Plantation or Vegetable Farm.At Or, TltusvUle, Fla. ohutoh-had to bo utilized. It han been i

accompanied by his cousin, Mr. missed at Rockledge the past two winters Right Pi'Ices. WS!. A. WAHSTOCK, Jamaica, N Y. a big rush of late-more no than In previous !
and Mrs. E. L. Mayo, who spent Isaac Seokendorf, of New York. Mr. ------ winter. The Ormond always wasa
mural weeks In Titusville enrly in the Seckendorf expects to remain with Mr. -Miss Lottie Leonard!, of Osteen, -Pref. Bowman, the magician and favorite with tourists-m.ide: all the ,
winter and then ]left for their home at Mendel and family several weeks longer.Mr. Fla., who has, for the pant two months, prince of the black art, will" give an en- -Col. J. T. Small, of Lewiston, Me more so by the genial characteristics of r
been Miami and other East arrived the Indian River hotel
lulling at
yesterday
DeKalb Ill passed through here, Mon tertainment at the Opera house Tit us- I
? -:\ J. E. Bond, who has been visitIng Coast towns, arrived In Tltiisvllle last on hi* usual periodical visit. The the managers, who try their best to
Beach for few vllle Do not fall It
day en route to Palm a on Monday. to see make their feel a* If they were In
weeks Mr. and Mis. C. L. Berge, In North Saturday afternoon, stopping over until as the entertainment will also Includethe Colonel, who owns' property In Titusvllle guests ',
Tltusvillu\ for several weeks, left hereon Sunday morning a ,guest; of Miss Maggie and butterfly and other point on Indian Klver-was "a home from home. I .+ I
serpentine kaleldtwcopio
-Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman Allan, who yesterdaj's early morning train for Collins, when she departed for her home. dance Mr, Bowman.Mr. accompanied by Representative J. 'I' The time at Ormond I very pleasantly 1 l
I Spout part of the winter in Jamaica, and New York, en route to the home of his by Kenyon of Providence, R. I.; Ex.Senator whiled away with riding\ driving, swim t Vi'I '

Utterly at Stuart, have gone to New parents at Faimingdale, N J. Mr. Boud IF YOU HAVE ANY PHOPER'fYalonlC E. B. Harris, traveling paHson. D. S. hay, treasurer of East Providence, ming, surf bathing, bicycling, automobll-
York. Mr. Allan ]lost a good deal of has made many friends Titusville, and the East send Coast full Improved or nnImproved ger agent of the Quebec& Lake Bt.John RI ;J.M.1 Burdlok, prominent businessman Ing, curds, dancing. salting, rowing, etc.

property in the Baltimore tire, so they they hope to see him here again. description price Railway, was a pleasant caller at this of Llvorpolnt, U. I ; C. J. Reynolds, Guests seen to be continually "on the
will\ that to rebuild and terms. No charge unless I effecta of the block /go" from morning until night/ and en-
soon leave for city otllce, yesterday, accompanied by Mr. R. assistant superintendent .
the WE SELL ALL KINDS OF GLASS and sale. C. Buckman, Jacksonville, Fla. joy It Immensely. In conversation with .
stores. of the New York underground
A. Sammie, a tourist agent, who had a system ;
Chinaware Cutlery, Agricultural Implements Miss Ethel Chalker of Mtddleburg the Indian'Hlver hotel. railroad. After a short stay here they the ADVOCATE editor on Sunday, a
large at
and Miss party 'rhi.Is
I -Rev. J. T. Huntington Patent Self Locking Blocks, islet. first visitto
lady guest : my '
and Dr. Fla., after a visit of some three months They left for Sanford this morning. will take a trip down the East Coast. !
Huntington of Hartford Conn.; Yacht Supplies, etc and It will be the Oimond, but It Is by no mean '
with her sister : S
left
Mm W.
Barwood Huntington, of New York, after to the Interest of your pocket to call on the early ,train Wednesday Binning for, her JAMES PItlTCHARD A: SON keep one -We acknowledged, with thank, a the last" Such a rush of tourist has, .

spending a week or so at Hotel OrI and examine our large and varied home. Miss Chalker has made of the largest stocks of Wood and 011 election of popular song from Mr AI naturally, kept the office force very busy : \

I mood, and looking over their property stock of goods. Jas. Pritchard &: friends while here, and she will be great many Stoves on the East Coast. They sell Trahern the composer, of New York, and Mr. D J. Trudeau, the chief clerk ; f i t
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I Lyratta returned to their respective Son Tltua lIIe. which are much appreciated. Mr. Tra- Mr. Charles Davis cannier Mr. K. G.
ly missed by the people of Titus them as cheap all i>os lble, and It will ; ,
northern homes, where they report the -A prominent party, consisting; of ville. young pay you to examine these stoves before hero tell u* heir father, mother, two Brown, assistant cashier; and Mr. H. G. .. I I
weather as being bad. of theP. purchasing elsewhere. Kemem- brothers-Flojd and Walter-aUo his Marvin, front and mall clerk, have bad
-Mr. \Vm. Warnock prominent Mr. C. L. Myers, general manager and wife -Mrs. J. A. Scott and 1\lra.C. U. York, her-their prices are right. brother Charles, wife and baby are all at very few Idle moment; while the bead .. '
A. a and O. IteamsblpCompany: ; /
both of Atlanta Ga. who have been Jensen with which place they are de ha been r
and Jamaica N. of the at porter, 8am Smith, kept continually t!
well-known resident of Mr. M. J. O'Brien president
Y. with his the Sembler cottage Tltiisvllle for the -Mr. H. B. Mace, one of the firm of lighted Mr. Trahern says: "We are on the move. In the dining/ I y
family, who Is spending the winter, caller Southern Express Company, and wife'Mr. ot past ten days, left on Wednesday for a John R. Walker A: Co Titusvllle' who having a very severe winter In New York, room Edward!: Fitzgerald and his as lt- a '
,at El Dora, was pleasant J. B. Huckaday, superintendent visit In Jacksonville home. had been slopping/ at Jensen and Fort and time have I longed for the bus
St left for and ere returning many ant, Karl Braokett, are a* ) a* ever. I
lie Mr.
tauten this office on Monday is the express company, Savannah, These ladles were In the county town of Pierce for several weeks, returned to Sunny: Mouth when the bitter cold windsIn The dance, Saturday night and the.
on Tuesday. Mr. Warnock a E. M. Williams, secretary to Mr. O'Brien, Brevard looking/ up some property Interests Titusville on Wednesday, and wan heartily Golham were howling around us.nowman'l ." concert, Sunday evening, lu the Casino, t t
nephew of Col. A. A. Degrau the Martiniquefrom
the late returned this morning on at the Narrows.WE welcomed back. Mr. L. F. McNulty largely attended and enjoyed.The .
were .
ud looking after the property in this a pleasant outing of several days In accompanies Mr. Mace. Big City Show gave their the of '
Inn under management
Section.Bowman's. Havana. The part was met here by rr ARE STILL receiving letters entertainment at the Tampa Bay Casino ,
Mr. P. J. Saunders, Jr., secretary to Mr. from northern parties who are anxious -Mr. Geo. E. Jennings, editor and last evening, and to the entire satisfaction Mr Kenney, him also been overcrowded ,, ''J I I ,
here- Big City Show appeared Myers. The party will leave tonight In to buy orange: groves, pineapple proprietor of the New York Fishing' ; Gazette of those present. Prof. Bowman I I.a I. of late several' having 'boon accommodated t t""'

well last night at the Auditorium to a their private car far Palm Beach, and af plantations, fruit and vegetable farms, was In town Wednesday and Thurs- very clever artist In his line. The with bdln the )parlor.

filled house. It Is the best perforates In ter etli'lnt.here/ a day will proceed winter homes, etc., on the Indian River day, on his usual tour down the East transformation dance by Mme Bowmanwere --- J r

of this kind that has been here al. north.-Miami Metropolis, March I.Uardner' We are not In the real estate business Coast as far as Miami and probably Key exquisitely flne. The mechanical FORT I'IERCEIIOTELFORTPIERCE: '

leare. A magician' performance Is and have no time to reply to this class of West. Mr. Jennings, who Is quite enthusiastic talking figure were mirth provoking Fla. H ports man'* Paradise. Opposite S

ways entertalnlg, but Prof. Bowman al- letter, so If you have anything/ to sell over the East Coast of Florida, Mme. Bowman gave some wonderful Indian River Inlet. W. 0. Lore, Prop. .t d dA
Proved
mot himself more so, performing Flyers. advertise It In this paper. so that we can gave u* a pleasant fall ere leaving town. test In spiritualism and exposing tbeaame.T"mpa
supernatural feats In highclassmagio send marked copies of the ADVOCATE to Tribune Opera bouse,
and Illusions that baffled all attempts March 7th. Hotel Wanted. 'I.
FURNITURE, prospective buyers. Titusvllle Monday
at solution._Montgomery, Ala New 1'filnt. -'- --- ''II
.{.!IIa, 'limes. Opera house, Titusvllle, DRY GOODS, Hhoe Impairing. ;
Monday next, March 7th. Tickets on SHOES. Special Sale at ICllnc's.' The town of Eat Gallle 11)0) miles '
lie at the We take pleasure In advising our trade of Jacksonville the Indian River ,ft
Red Cross Pharmacy. folding screens, $2.75 and $ .25. south on
3 panel Monday March 7th. that we have secured the agency for the I do all kind of hoot and shoe repair- and opposite the southern mouth of 1'J tRansom
Lamps, glass, 4% 65, 63cU etc. celebrated Black Paint.It l' ;.
Diamond Ing, and do not forget It. OtnsowJas.Titusville River, famed fonts duck shooting J' ;
Launch for Sale. CHAS A. GA.KDNER, Tltu vllle, Fla. We are receiving a large and varied I. a black paint for use on roofs, Prltcbard: Son. ANMIKW: grounds, find Itself In need of a first I '

stock of up.to-date goods every day- bridges, fences, steam pipes, freezing Fla. claim tourist hotel, having lost the "0 ran- .

,* thirty-five\ foot cabin ] Cement. Including gents' furnishing etc and It cans, tolls, etc. s aria Hotel," by lire. The location I Is one j 'f', \
completely'quipped Price $1.00 per /gallon. Special prices the bunt the East Coast and local "
"wmler engine, nicely and will pay you to call and examine them. Sulphur HitrliiifH; for Hale. of on t
on quantities. Write us. Interested to build the .
for cruising. Cost $JGOO; will Gents' white top canvas shoes and Oxfords capital can be C .'
'' A large consignment of SAYLOR'SPortland EAST COAST LUMUES: SUPPLY Co. bouoe. A fine opportunity for some r .
for 2,000. Built three seasons ago in all sizes, $1 00::; per pair. i
Captain Cement now on the way. The Eau Uallie, Fla. The famous Avon Sulphur Spring lo- good hotel man. For particular address, I .
firstclassJXwtion. oxfords
Rose, and is now In Ladies' 1.0 white canvas 21}
Can be seen at Poinciana best Cement on the market, specially to S'II. 000.Mluea eater! at Avon. Livingston county, N. Y. F.I'ADDIHOX, Mayor, _( Ii 1.1"U.
** KettlerBox adapted for sidewalks. At allouryards. About one hundred acre of land IncK J- Eau Gallle, Via. e'I
Palm Carl
Land
J Beach. Address and Children's $1.00 white canvas for Hale.
Co.
A SUPPLY
COAST Lt:bnaR : of beautiful park
EAST about acre '
2-3
I1J2!) Palm Beach Fla. tf ; Oxfords, Colonial style, with gilt Ing/ twenty .,. ,'
water and a flrt-
buckles, 6110. five spring* of sulphur Launch for Hale. y j
Cleaning and Pressing.All We carry four of the trading make of Choice ft and 10 acre lot on the Peninsular class half mile race track. These springs \

Launch for Sale shoe Hannan and Douglas for m nand between WaveUnd and Mewall produce the finest sulphur water known. ,
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boys; Crippendorf and Dlttman's Point, fronting on both Indian; and St. For further particular address, Thirty foot speed ]launch, "Scouf, A 1 I jnl.badln '
work done tip-to-date. Call and Lucle and C. S. CIIAPPOTIW, mahogany.. 7>i horse power 1
rivers. Also
full cabin launch for (ladles, misses and children and Improved places,
cruising ;
'"*'fttoot.. finished In mahogany see us. Brown A Gibson, at the Parlor Hamilton Brown shoes for ladles, men, neat, three-room unfurnished cottage to 20-4t 33 Rutgers St., Rochester, N. Y. 20tb Century motor. i \0" .

henry horse. power Standard motor. Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. boys and children. rent. Apply to C. II. IUt :r, HARRT K. PUTTEE!: j f
1 Waveland Fla. 2t-2t Rockledge, Fla. "
HARRY E. PKTTEE, JULIUS KLINE: :, may ltocklede, Indian River, I

Slit Rockledge, Fla. For Sale Cheap. litusville, Fla. { 1 :,'
For Hale.
Launch
For Sale$200.New .
Far Ha of the mot attractive and J
Sale at Haulover Canal, one
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Orange and PineappleLand. The Flannery place, Launch for Sale. best stocked store along the East Coast -
81 acres of land and a bouse. Fine location And 1(10( acres of good I pine ]land halfway i '
everything
2,000 feet waterfront Carvel built ]launch, never been I of Florida. You can 1
for a the Club-bo Lagoon,; also fronting on 17 foot ]launch with 3 h. p. Palmer used; 1J b. p. motor 13U feet long/ 4-I you need at this store. All kind of fine between Eau Gallie and Melbourne; also I 4

P acres choice land suitable for on Excellent fishing and buntIng. engine, very fat, and shoal draft, has a Inches) beam; hanging awnings, cushions,, groceries and western meats. 10 acres, half cleared, 4 Inch artesian

jawholand, StpLocle will on the the Canal.Also 10 acre of fine hammock land centerboard for fishing bhe Is In good anchor etc. Too small for my use. Particular attention paid to the need. well. At a bargain for $000 cash. J'T
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i ,' Rivers; sell m* to condition throughout. Price 1lUO.: F. V. CASET. of :yachtsmen and cruising partle Address, J. L. Harrison. 01 Esplanade
divide; a .bargain.JOf.1. at Sblloh. Apply F. J. Wins R. P. YATEs Launch Livery, GKO. N. HATCH, Prop. ave, Montreal Canada or, U. F. P.i>Jillon '

** C. BUCKMAJT Jacksonville, Fla. Titusvllle, Fla. Hobo Sound Fla. 3t19feb Daytona, FU,. Barton Ave., Kockletlge,. Eau Gallle, Fla. rJi. .


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HINTS ON LONGEVITY. Switzerland's Quiet Kleetlon. I IIow'8 This? FLORIDA'S FAMOUS TRAINS -1883- -21st year- -1004( _

Sol There baa just been a change of ad- We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward .. 1
IBOMt Full In Love, 8.7'8 Mr.
: for any cane of Catarrh that cannot be
Oppeiihelraer. ministration In the republic of Switzer
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Hardware
Fernald Co..I.A.CIIINE
The Geo. H.
"Envy; gives birth to slow fever land which wan effected so quietly as F. J. CHENEV Co, Props, Toledo, O. "Chicago& Florida Limited"ST. .
Bhame produces Inflammation of the almost to.escape the world' attention.A .
We the undersigned/ have known F.
kin. Hatred Is the parent of all manner brief dlxputch from I erne tells of the
.T. Cheney for the last 15 yearn, and be. AUGUSTINE, JACKSONVILLE, : SI-IOPS.
of chronic disease Ambition Induces election of M. Coratense of Neuebatelaa lieve him perfectly honorable In all bUKI-IH6H8 I to CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS.This :!. .

i continual restlessness and In. president and 1\(. Rucbet as vice transactions and financially able to I
omnln Mental strength and a morbid carry out any obligations/ made by their train 1* operated over the nhortent Ilni,
president, and that la about all the between St. AuuunUne, Jackiumvllle, Cilram
condition of the urterjea and vital organs firm.West aDd Ht. Louis, and afford the quickest acheiluli e PLUMBING, STEAM AXD GAS FITTING. BUILDING SUPPLIES.SANFOBD ( .
walk hand In hand. Anxiety; may; press cables say about It. A Truaz Wholesale" Druggists, by nearly two hour
cause jaundice while prolonged anx In Switzerland the selection of the Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Mar- This train Is the standard of perfection In pasaenger
national executive but via, Wholesale Druggist, Toledo O. service,constating of Pullman Vestibule: r
sometimes cancer. cornea ;yearly, FLORIDA.
iety causes
Halls Catarrh Cure U taken internally brawing room, Bleeping, Compartment, I>lnlnf q] ,
]Mr. Sol Oppenhelmer delivered him it does not occasion general elections Uliservnt Cars.Leaves .
elf of these and similar utterances for the president and vice acting directly upon the blood and mu. at A ilifimUne 7:20: a. m.1( Jaclmonville,
president are
many cous surface of the system. Price 75cf 8:40: a.ID. Arrive ChlCAge, 4:10: p. m,j St. Loula,'
before the Hundred Year club In not chosen by the people, but by the per bottle. Hold by all druggists. Telltl.| 1:J6.p. m. -
New York lecturing on "Tho Relation members of the federal asHembly. It Is menials free, Hail' Family Tills are Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association.

of Mental Liberty to Longevity." the best. "The Dixie Flyer" -
the custom to select for president the
"To begin with," be declared, "mental The Chicago Net and Twine Co. :
man who Has been serving us vice president JACKSONVILLE to CHICAGO and
slavery In hostile to long life. A certain
amount of placidity; is as necessary In the previous year. M. Com- STORY OF BUSHNELL.How ST. LOUIS. -Manufacturers of- I

us mental munuclos are undesirable.' teHxe was vice president! for 1003, andit Ohlu'K Pullman Vestibule!, DrawinfC-room, Sleeping I
Is 'that M. Ituchet will be Former Governor Ap- Cars from Jacksonville to Cbicayo: and Bt Louis I
Parents should not tell little ones that preeumable vululvd Gnu o( IIU StulT. vla./rUton./ Macon Atlanta (;Chattanooga,(Look
children should be seen and not heard.' chosen for president! for 1t)O5. There la The followliu, story concerning the out Mountain)and Nsshvllle. I jG

The minds of children should be allow. no continuation of a president In of- former governor of Ohio the lute ABU Leave JuekeonvnleS:05p.nt.:/ Arrive Chicago
9:10: a. m.( 8t. Louis, T a. m. the noconclinomlim. P 0
ed to expand naturally lice, the law providing that a president S. lluHlineil, was (old by Victor Smith for Sleeping car reservations'for either the t"'

"EverythIng." said Mr. Oppenbelnler, or vice president U not re-ellgtble to la the New York l'I'I'S"'h'n Uusli- above trains, or any other Information, write or I

"which ennobles the mind strengthens lieU wan a candidate fur the nomination call on '
the name olllce until after the expiration
E. J. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agent.
the body. That which debilitates the of another year. for governor Hurry rrettyumn, U Nashville, Chattanooga& St. Louis Ky. I II

mind weakens the body. Love shacklesthe This makes such frequent changes In farmer, with D.UUO acres of;. the finest 212 Want nay St. Jacksonville, Fla. I
mind, for when a man Is smitten luiwl In Ohio went to "colivellUon :I
,
with the charms of a young lady be the head of the republic that one occaslonally and worked! for him. He was a dele I-. FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Description.oDenlersfln : SJO

has to agree with her father in politics hears it said that, though there gate from MudlHou county lIe was Women as Well as. Men ( Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc. I

and her mother in religion. Marriage is universal male suffrage in Switzerland unknown lit the state, but when the Are Made 'Miserable OrigInators otlWholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen. .
la one of the worst enslavers. a surprising number of Swiss by
very con vontlon udjounii-il every member 79-S1.Sa.E.| ; Indiana St. Chicago, Ill
"The state of being in love la. productive can never tell the name of their president had made his ucijuHlntunce. Kidney Trouble. ..Mention The ADVOCATE in your letter... !

of perhapn more physical ills than In any particular year. Doubtlessthe U'lifii Bushnell was elected the farm
We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's Association.
other mental condition. The
any plan same statement would be true In er went to hiuj and said abruptly,

in love sighs and blows hot and cold.! regard to Americans If the Swiss "Governor, 1 should esteem It an honorto Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages
It is very disturbing to his physical of system be appointed u member of your and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor ----

being. The maiden blushes. Her pulse electing the president prevailedhere. HtatT." 1'he governor hemmed and ". "'''=.1 I and cheerfulness soon
la fast, then slow. There are no pangs On the whole, our plan seems the hawed and Haiti he would consider the 6f'1' .:' disappear when the kidneys <>TJrCE: _

moro bitter than the pangs of disappointed more desirable even If It does cause mutter and confer with the lenders of diseased.are out of order

love." a (political I burly burly once l lit every Madison county politic, mentioning or
Kidney 'trouble has To Packers and Growers of Pineapples and
four years. the iinuiea of three prominent workers 1\M become so prevalent
SNATCHED FROM DEATH. 1 rrettynmn held up his long finger and I that It Is not uncommon Tomatoes :

Road It Through. exclaimed In his most dramatic style: far a child to be born
Before for
Ctrl' Eaenpe From Iroi.uol. Theater "Count me out, governor. Count me t? afflicted with weak kid- you purchase your Paper

Dlamnter In Chicago. 'Twould Spoil This Story to Tell It In the out. If It Is necessary for you to consult neys- If the child urln- write
__ ales too often. If the wrapping it will to us for
averne W. Noyes a Chicago manufacturer Headline the three men who have done moHt pay you
urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child
while recounting recently at To use an eighteenth century, phrase, to Injure you In the convention and reaches an age when It should be able to samples and prices. Wo can furnish
the Waldorf of the Incidents of
some this Is an "o'er true bile" Havin { bap elsewhere before you cnn decide upon control the passage It Is yet afflicted with you

the Iroquola theater disaster In Chi pened In a small Virgin! town In the my appointment 1 wash my hand of ed-wettlng, depend upon It. the cause of different and different colors.
cago, said to a reporter of the New winter of lUOM It, Is a story. very much of It, lrl If I am to be recognized It must the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the first; grades

York Tribune: "One of the moat miraculous the preHont. Up to short. time ago Mrs. be because you recognize no one In the step should be towards tho treatment of
and notable escapes from the awful John E. lIarnwnl'ot Melfa Station, Va., mutter but Hurry Trettyman." these Important organs. This unpleasant Money saved in buying is .
had no personal knowledge of the rare trouble Is due to a diseased condition
holocaust was that of a daughter of the
i Ilushnell> looked at him for a moment
of one of my friends She Is a tall curative properties of Chambei Iain's kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as nIONI Y 1 J-DJ .
"Lust she and said "Colonel! Prettyman, you are
Cough Remedy. January, most people suppose.
and slender which have been "
girl may s.tye'any baby took a dreadful cold and on tuy staff Women as well as men are made miserable Write
an advantage when the manner of her at one time I feared she would have pneumonia with kidney and bladder trouble, us

rescue Is considered She was one of but one of my neighbors told me Cold Are I)an<;eroii<4. and both need the same great remedy. L7T: T L7LED ::I P :]PEA .Cc: >i.
the panic stricken throng that was bow this remedy bad cured her little boy How often hear It irked : "It's The mild and the Immediate effect of .
rushing for the exits and when the and I began giving It to at onoe you rem- Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It U sold Southern Office. Atlanta. Ga.
heartily only a cold and afew days latfrr learn:
and It cured her. I \ thank
awful crush came she was wedged as soon by druggists. In fifty .
the manufacturers of Chamberlain's .that the man Is on his back with pneu cent and dollar _. .
If in the grip of a vise In tho mass of one ; :H --- ---- ------ -- --- ------ -- ----- -------- --- --- -
Cough Remedy for placing BO great a sizes. You have ,!!B.. ,.!":
struggling humanity and could not / monia. This Is of such common occurrence may a" r.!! ... '
move to help herself. The heat of the cure within my reach. I cannot recommend that a cold, however slight, should sample[ bottle by mall I A Florida East Coast
It too highly or say too much In free, also pamphlet tell- Horn of BwFof nnt. Ry.
flames that were behind admonished Its favor. I hope all who read this will not be disregarded. Chamberlain's Cough Ing all about it. Including many ot the

her that the only way of escape was In try It and be convinced as I was." For Remedy counteiaota any tendency toward thousands of testimonial letters received
front, and that was already blocked sale by all druggists and medicine dealers pneumonia. It always cures and from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer LOCAL TIME CARD No. 53. In Effect Feb. 16,1904.

by the bodies of the fallen. Is pleasant to take. Sold by all druggists & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
"She believed that her last conscloui ,: and medicine dealers. mention this paper. SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.

moment was positing and with a religious -- -- ------ ----------
TROPICAL No. 15 No.BB No. 35 No.29 No. 23 STATIONS.No..28 No.88 N.. 78 No.74 No.2'
Impulse she rained her hands .... ,1 i DaUy. Da.1l7. / D..lly. Dally Dally. Daly Daily D..l1y. Dally Daily.

and clasped them In an attitude of '' '. ........ g lip p 111 u... r ila Lv 'kllOlIVe r suds 114tJa ........
supplication, while her lips breathed a VETRorr 1IDYm Q ...... .. 8 3v.. ..... 1'(8a' ....... $ uJ'kaonv'.Lv...... Bata 1. .... ..... .
........ 8 130p 1115..{ I OOa ..St.AuKlletlnll.. I 5 OOa 7110. Jp S40p
pruyer for help or of self commitmentto PINE APPLE .... .... 00 f v. . .. liMa ...... ..lIa tlnJr... .... .. S411a 0 33 ... ..... ...
her Maker. Just at that instant a ? tiIYILAXD l lo .. ......101 p 303p12ta 40a..K.l'alatka.1 8611. SU" 5131 644 p.

pair of strong arms were thrust over mI''tti == l SS I I 6p1243p' 111 0/1.t.r..p..latka..Lv .. ..... 8'';;; 407 14 .
the wall of dead and the upraised CM/Ca sBuRG .. to I 136p 1145a 915 a Lv..p.I..tka..AI' .. ....., 7105> S20p 450p. ...

hands were grasped In thane of a stur pr' -........ -. -71111- 71Sl1- SrBsnAleteoLrB-_-- .. ...... .... ....
dy hero, who lifted the fainting girl TAR andWINE.5. c .. .. .. 7201' .. BOOS'8'OOaLrSaNateoAr 756s 766a fill 1 72. p ..... ..

from her grewsome surroundings and -........ .... .... to-p -... Lv.. N.ogs .L" ...-........ -t 18-... ... .-.....
snatched her from the veritable jaws $ITS7 / ........ .. .. ... .::. If ell' .. .. .: .,..Bunnellll. ... ...... .. .. .. .. t p....... .... ..
...... .... .. OSp .Dupont. ....... ... .. :....... 4 1, ... ...; ...... .
of death. She was saved. Her prayer LOUIS pk'cyyDL ........ 11321 310p 1ii p It41a..Ormond .... 224a 509a 3 6 It" P ..... ..
for succor had been answered and in ,\ ....... 11U 5101' 1671' I006a..D..ylona..... ilia: 468a IUp'18I> .......
..... .. .. .. 10Tp ... ......rtOrangn... ..... .. ..... ... S ISI .. ...... ..
the rush and hurry of the work of gen. ........ ... .
.c1J un sup Iii p 11 10a..Nw,rna.. 1doa' 'lOa Of 8iSp .
eral rescue she did not even learn the +7lIL1V/ /1R1i ........ ".... .. I tOp .. .. ... .. .oak HIlt. 40 ....... ... .,..

Identity of her savior." :::::::.: ..!.1i..a 37p.... 81Ip .1205p..Tiusvllle.. ::;: ;:..:: .1210a"B55a." .. U ..3op. :::.:::::

-"..... ... .... 4iip 1' 60 .. ..Rcckledge:.. .. .... ........ 01 ..
LiKED ROOSEVELT'S HAT. err ........ ....... IoOp 4 67p 1it p ...Ear 0slil... 11111'.1 10 I itop........
has cured more bad ........ ...... .. 0 40 1'. .03p 3Mp..MeLbourne... 11 011' ... ..... 12 ... ....
........ ........ .. 0 Up .. .. ...8.bastlan.. .. .... .. ..... I1.S. .. ... ........
.I..eli flat GlTem to Vvtcrona In Sol of Indigestion ........." .... 0 Up .. ...8t. Lu..le.... .. 18..a.. .... ...
cases Lc s.JfcMAhjJ .+ ........ 417a 7Cip 123p 545 p.... Ft. Pierce.... 9tOp 1700: 1040a 2230p........
dlere Homo nt Grand Island Neb. al ........ ... .. .. .... 047p .... .....T1bb.II..... 8 GOp. .... .. 11118a. .. .... ..... ...
When President Roosevelt was In La Grippe Stomach ...... ....... ...... .. "op .. .... ......Ed..n.. ...... tip. ....... 1110I a..... ... ..... ...
-.S 05u I' ...... ......J..n.nn.... I .. ...... 1004a.... .. ...
Grand Island Neb., last summer on his i" ........ ........ ........ 716p.. ...... .. /'Itu.rt. Slop ........ 966a I .. ..... ... ...
way to the' Pacific coast he wore a disorders Coughs and 6 6Rc. .... ... ..... ... ........ 750p..... ...... lobe Mound.. 8 OOp .. .... .. 9 vs a. ...... .... ....
.. 7dip.. .. '. 1boa...'..'. '
slouch hat which excited the admiration Colds this winter than i, 940a. 646 Seep 05 :: ..ti 'PJ'j.I\ :: :k .:ia. } 10p 1030p BUa 1045a 550p
of the veterans at the Old Sol 1dlel'1l' 9 I 06 a S/IIIa 8..0p. 8tO" "lp..P.Jm Reach 7001' 101lp) 8111 1080a 005p
IAdZ 1001. ........ .... .... 010" .. ..... ,. ..B"ynwn.. .. 307p..,. .... 7' .. .. Sup
home there who turned out to ALL OTHER remedies 10 lOa ..... ... ... .... 0301' .. .".".. .... .Pelray...... 667p..;.... .. 716 i .. .. 618p
greet him, nays an Omaha dispatch. 10811. ..... ... ... .... 10IS"I ... .... .F' Lauderdale. oOtp ..... S.l>a.......: taSp
111:1.: ....... .. .. (1)1' .. .. ., Hallandale. tU"" .. .., a ....... 417PItal.
They continued to talk about that combined. ut .. .. .. 1t07p. .. ...lAomun City. 419p .... 668. ....... 367p1140a
hat during the summer and the ensuing I A 960' 1050pii15p 640pAr .fI.ml..1. 4iip 743p II10'/ e S20a 16op

fall) and efforts were made by
a Train do not .top at utatl! na where time It not .ho.....
them to procure It from the president I

ns a memento of his visit to Grand Is. SMOOTH RUNjSOUTHERN "
Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Angustlne.JACKSONVILLE .
land. When Judge Norris went to congress
fJP
from the Grand Island district J N... 23. No. 29+ No. 27t 36INo.43' N0' "' Ne, 99No..83t No.
. the Inmate of the Old Soldiers' home ,!irnRAILWAY TO IT. AUCUSTINE batty I Dally Dally bafly I Dally I J: 1./0.I l nl. / Dally I billy Usllyh s.aiv.

requested him to call on the president .re). I rJ .Jaok.onvllle... /1/1/ 00. 10 2\! a J2 IJt1 I30p 230p 300' SO61. B25p 935p
anti try to get the coveted hat for I Ar.85Auguettne. .1 856 al'n a 11IA.! lisp 230V 3301'/ 400" 916p 92503I1paT.
Jllk ;
them. To cKS'ltts. AUGUSTINE No.29} No.52+150.98' } No. 31T J is dt No.4. No. a'l No. 30} No. 78} 50.74.
Accordingly Judge Norrls recently f TO JACKSONVILLE V.1I7 II U71 i Dally ILaua Unuy I ."dry aua I list ly f..J.l I 11"117 Dally I=113'
called upon the president and told him \/A UlNGTON, NEW YORK ASHVILLE and
of the desire of the veterans to get his Sao pour: Druggist i Lv.5.Augu.tln.. 600a 78/1. 40a1210p! 450p 800p 020p 640p
and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS .Ar.JacklMlo.IlI..... too a 860a 840at2'01d240p 110V.11I01>I'7101'' 7301' 7401'
N. C.
old hat. Colonel Roosevelt smilingly ; or writs: ; the; t
hunted It up and gave it to the congressman CINCINNATI CHICAGO. "THE LAND OF '
THE SKY" The
who sent it to the Grand Island J.Jan.1rao1u.ror8: : : ; .'. Following Are Through Pullman Trains

home with the presldent'a compliments The NORTH and WEST... u "The Sapphire Country." 8 ..Ne.37 act 3 -EASTERN New York TRAINS and Florida Special No. 0 5 and 19-WESTERN Chicago TRAINS*. Florida 8J1f"'I.1.N.
to the old soldiers.LINCOLN'S .. If and It-Southern>a Palm Limited I fNo. 93 and 8*-fbloairo and Florida LJmlted
H..t D..lltft 1Diaiem Car N..4$ and 44-Bea board Florida Llmlwd j-Nn. 27 and 30--The Florida Mgil'ed f

1lHr Pesllmae c._ .....0. "Th... train* are eompoa.d.,.elu.I""IT! <>r Pullman Can and...tr.. acal fare will charged
SPECTACLES. et ,. 0.. All TI... T6. __t. Day eoaoliea operated on these ,,.In.IID which no extra or Peat tarsi' ahargod.

.o. .VOUTHKRM K A It,WAY. N. P. CART, IXaMai ru.-p. AW,, .
HIM* Worn by Him When Shot dos W Bay ....... fli aim.I ill.. rw.w. BANFORD DEM CIT. I ORANGm CITY BRA.NOIi.Dal

Owned by Watertown. Woman.A A.. Tv... P.T. H.. WMklBr., D.C. L H. Kaaa no.O.P.A.W.......... D c ] S7&TIO.. /o. : 3i 1 87&Tlo.a. Lail 11.11 0."
cherished treasure of Mrs. Andrew Wn. H.T&-, A. 0. P.A, AY..a. 0.. 1 Dally I D.il .

B. Carter of Watertown N. Y., is a TeoLv..T1tu.v111' .........Ar12 lOp l oa'L.' ..N. a..ma. ..ArUSp 710pU
pair of spectacles formerly worn"and a L.......... O.tefOn.. ......... r! 11 era 0 O4pI/ 11 11..1 I.y. Lake H.I..n .Ar 130p 00 P
I" a LY.... ....Bn..r".h..Ar 11 00. 616. 11 LV.Orallll" Clty.Ar l COp 644PSSoaAr.
owned by Abraham Lincoln. They ........., Sanford _.........Lvl1Oaon S204.1it45i.i Ar..GnC1t7JO..Lv 12 Sip 535pI
were found In his pocket at the time / -

be was shot by John Wllkes Booth in No.9 s..17 HAYPORT No.18 No. 20
Ford's theater TropicalManufacturing air Dally I I Pally. Sunday
Washington, April t aonl B- TC""... nnln
1-1. 1808. says the New York World.
Mrs. Carter's father William II. 50 I( a 4 C5 ph.. ........................ J"ka'areh .. .......................1 B 5 r a 4 00 p
II. k Ie a Yerttabl.draron ot Ill-beallb h leave.in it. 011 a t 3 p Lv........ .............._j,. J..9I1Io.. ............ ......... ... ..L. a ri a 162 P
Keyes, was a private in one of the more wrecks than probably any other patb 1140a S$47Lv.... ............. ,... .hb...a... _... ........ .... .. ...... ..L, 76oa I0PIle
regiments quartered in e..e pa'nilartoAmerican.I ODe d. a 10 p Lv._............ ... ........Wew lea."" .. .. ............... Lr 7 45 a 116 p
Washingtonthen WHY Slmptybecau.eupon the lint IndIcation an 45pAr.. ..................... ...__....nort"L.. 7BOa LOOP
and was on duty at the theater of the malady lb. scam I. ) :=- =- :: :
J with
on the night of the tragedy. He was Qnlnineorthatdeadiyminenl-c.lom.l.Don't Do II..J". Dang. II PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
rou. Lairs
of the detail ti ... a. an
one that guarded the passage ---7 ellber. pooUUYe.1 guarantee

through which the dying presidentwas CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OP THE P. O. S. S. COMPANY FOB

carried from the theater. As Lincoln Company HERBINE KEY
HAVANA WEST AND NASSAU.
wa placed in the carriage the bra.v.rt.a4mrrs.intveoai. ay to..r ,
........y...rtIaJ. H.. all III. malarh II Ie
spectacles slid from his pocket: into ADd o&Iom.-, of III.'. MWIy.r_q"laI jj
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .wrx.&l Ilv.r.1Id-7! set sme..rb" Tb... Time Tablee show th. tlmra at which train may be expected, to arrive and depart
tare gutter, and before Keyca could restore aoa..,bottl.. *1Druggtay traabl.a. from 'h. ..,.raI atationa, bat their arrival or departure at the time stated 1* ooa guaranteed.
them the carriage had driven .. } irom.nor doe* Uie Company>.u1 Itaeli ruponaible. for any delay or any eonaeqnenee arlaingUiare-

away. Key** afterward sent them to J

kls wife, Mrs. Carter's mother, and -Sold by- :Tor Copy of the LOCAL 'TIME: CARD or Other :Information
they hare nine remained In the family j a
Red Cross Pharmacy SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
.
The glasses are of the old tash- ,

,lwied kind, with heavy gold bows and Tltusvllle, Fla. HED CltOSS PHARMACY. T. D. BA.II1nin..at. Gen. POM. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE 7LA.:

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Professional Cards. Don't Neglect; Your Kidney's. THE COLOMBIANS. I I THE FIRST STEPOf I! l'

or they will> undermine beaHb. Lee & -
M. BOBBINS Those backacbes, swollen feet Jour spots before Ta>.r Are H.........* f**.pla wad the child is an event in the mother Bryant, )

(GEO. your eyes and "feclally tbe general 1.1k. G--t Llrate.The i[: life. How proud she feels when the

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR worn out feeling in the morning, are Ooioait>iau'< are a bo.pl table pco- I[ attempt to walk u begun !II o early as U ASHKVIi I.K.: X. ('.

sure sign of Kidney Trouble. Irving's pie aDd receive .traiag.ni cordially. It i iis evidence ejuldtsh courage and sturdy I
AT-LAW. Buchu Wafers cleanse the buildup stre cth- Such pride should be enjoyec G-on.orn1. CollnzniRa ion =-orohnn.: :
blood
for
customary a traa.er to send ;; i
tbe bv every mother. But it often. happen I, I
shrunken
In State and United States walls of tbe kidneys, cards to those whose acqawlatance be
will practice that the child: ia timid I WE
removing the cause and the SOI.ICnSIIIPIEXTS, >F-
I
with it.
Court. pain desire, and etiquette\ demands that UMJ weak and deficient in r.- .
Sold
at 5l t
cts a box bj Red Cross Pharmacy.
Office at TITUSVII.LK, FI.A. : :J recipient of the cards call within a I vitality, and cling*to the F"R.UIZ'S: cfcJXTIT.: : T3.WE. T. 3L S, I

rI --- -- __ ______ few day I. mother arm with DO W'
The dlnlns table of the rich are desire to walk or play.. MAKE PROMPT RF.TUR.RItFItIlE""E' \ i 1I

D.L.. OAULDEK, spread with floe lined and set with that Mother to hare should strong learn children : Battery Park Lank. Ashevflle, V. c'. Bank of neoderaonvllle. Ilendertooville. J I

handsome cut glass and china.: Among! they most thetn- r N. < DIIDO and Brad'reel omraerciat Agencies '1 1

ATTORNTEY-AT-LAW, their betcrage.. \In addition to wines. selves be strong, for the Icl1ild' -

IB all the Courts of the State are ctbada.: barley water; orcbada. IItre .r. "-.,
Will practice ottheu .
ol Florida, and the United States Oour which contains almond Jake sod sug the gift 1"\\..,. +r.....+s,. ., MASON ;

1. u Box.235. T1TUSVIU.E. FLAK ar. sgrasB.,. the juice of unripe grapes mother.The use of Dr.Fierce's M. CLARIS: :,
t nanmjada. and ,
orangeade
I a preparation
I
Favorite
J. WEBB, of chocolate thick aa grueL A dish: Prescription by II I 110 Murray Street and UV; Weal street NEW YORK. p t
for Invalid Is sops de pan. A raw egg expectant mother

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW Is broken upon a slice of toast and a gives them health I

beef ntb is poured over It A brrak and strength to Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant. I
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th fast oft.:n consists of several courses- give their chil !
Taxes paid for non-resident
Circuit. afwk, for Instance, fruit pouched: eggs, with dren. It nourishes 1 1SPECIALTIF4
and rents and accounts collected. the
stewed tomatoes and rice; fish cbopsfried nerves
TrrUSVILLE FLORIDA. in f'gtand herbs and a tortilla strengthens the body and give great : ; ,N
muscular strength and elasticity! ) that .. a
con seso brain omelet sweet potatoes I the baby's advent. is practically painless. Florida Pineapples Oranges Grapefruit .

A D. PENNEY, W, or other vegetable and coffee. Saffron 't haw bm BatBf. Dr Metre's' Favorite Prc w
Is a favorite naroriag for soup. aonptioo and can asp it W jo.*what you adtvtttu
*, it la he sad can cheerfully recommend it."
ATTO -AT-L A W, :1'hicken: or game pie contain a rariety wnlt lira View ;. lUtJia. of Lcoaantvillr.Birr Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
of Tegetabltr bard boiled eggs and Co. tta_.. I began lakin H late two
Tzt' SVILLE. FLORIDA a_.nalaa before bahv eamr, and its grail* bn.- .. .... _.
other -
Ingredients A common dlh 6lt by ita r.. Tb. doctor who utvaxW me
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th among the poor Is a stew called sin awl I did boot M weft .. any cm. h* had mm
.
(las I wee sack oe11.-.... -" and alto :
Judicial Circuit. coche.! Another standby is rice and red that voar Favorite Prampttea was eke OM F. Ruhslmaxi: & Co.
beans nice cooked in lard with a lit patent m d>ciBe' which be.lxl haw faith to. J
-We mow hare. a darUay bat j bey wrong and
A. FROST I I tie tassado (dried beef) for a retNb 1 is a healthy. who wrtchrd Blue pmraJ who bar? Ml Washington St. I :NEW YORK. r
G tidbit among the lower dThe !'ol, tats. Dunne thu moolti 1M .has gated 1
torte sad ooe kaJf panada 'v Murray I l N.Y.
Mree\
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I flesh of the Iguana a specie of land "Favonte Prescription makes weak I

Will practice in all the Courts of the 7th I lizard. Is regarded: a, a delicacy and 1* women strong, sick women welL Accept '
I{ ---- said to resemble chicken. The saliva no substitute for the medicine which !
Judicial Circuit.
slit the sides of living female Iguanas; works wonders for weak women. Oranges Pineapples

Tlrl"SVILLE, FLORIDA. and take from them strings of eggs as The People's Common Sent< Medical ,

C. M. BROWN large a* plums They hang these eggs Adviser, a book containing: tooS pages ta

In the and given away. Send at one-cent stamps and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.
FREDERICK: A. MORGAN, sun dry them for future for expense of mailing _'Y. for the book

The People's Candidate for consumption. in paper covers, or 31 stamp for the
Abstract of Title. GOVERNOR volume\ bound in cloth. AJdre l>r.K. \Ve represent several of the largest shippers. In your Mate, and wish to represent !,
OF FLORIDA.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ACTING WITHOUT ORDERS. V. Pierce, Buffalo N. Y. I
I you also. Give us a> trial shipment Established 30 year ,

Loans, Notary Public. I .. ...'. .... .-
.r. Cr Tribute t. Ceaierml To Save ... Old S..... -- --
56 YEARS A CITIZEN OF ....r..I..'. .. .... I
Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. I .ote. A collector of old English folk song L TABLISHhUM. > Itr.v.
THIS STATE.A : Senator Hoar In his "Keminiscencr" --- -- i
TrrusviLue, FLA. has recently; struck a gold mine In Sootvrwtshlrv '
I says that at a dinner where General In one Tillage alone of 5ttJ

6. A. FROST. WADE II. JONES. I|i Grant and other distinguished menwere Inhabitant, be found forty folk son**. Lane &; Son Pa

Soldier Under General R E. present Commodore Alden remarked none of which had ever been written ,

FROST A: JOXES, that there was nothing be disliked dawn while several go back at least
Lee from First to Last
Day. I more than a subordinate who always three or tour trnft recs. And he by no S50 WASHINGTON' STREET, NEW YORK. '

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, I obeyed orders. "What Is that means considers the stock exhausted.but .

Loans and You are saying commodore said President means! to return to the! same vil I
Collections. Southern Fruit and Produce
Carrie four "Yankee" bullets Grant across the table. The com Ian and save some more from possible

TITUSVTLJ.B FLORIDA. modore repeated what be had said. oblivion says the Haltliuore Herald. .
'
aa a gentle reminder of
"There is a good deal of truth In what For of course, the death of one old .

<3. A. WORLEY. R. II. SEYMOCR.A : that great bloody straggle. yon say." said General Grant. '"One of peasant In any village, rosy mean the Commission.: :b.Ierchan.ts.f': : :

the Virtues of General Sheridan was km of a whole repertory of unpublished w
T7ORLEY & SEYMOUR
: ,
that he knew when to act without order sonjr and the I ides of appealingto FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. f

rATTORNEYSATLAW.. THE :FRIEND OF *. Just before Uw surrender of l>e, the local authorities to try to save ;

General Sheridan captured some dis old already save old
Hong a* they
Do a general in State and Fed Cards and furnished application.
practice THE PEOPLE. Stencils, our quotation on
patches: from which be learned that
bulldlnjr l I. fast gaining ground
eral Courts. attention
Special given
.
Lee bad ordered his --
-
to -
to admiralty practice. supplies a certain among folk fong: enthusiasts
place.' I was on the other side of
FRISSELL Bnu>nre, MIAMI, FLA. the river where be could get no communication California Prune Wafers.A IF YOU WANT A... \

HIS :PIA
TFOlUL from me until tbe next pleasant and agreeable laxative,

STEPHEN E. FOSTER, The farming and laboring morning. General Sheridan pushed on painless, yet effective./ Prescribed by '

at once without orders got to the place physicians, and recommended by all Lot +
ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW. men his flirt consideration. .Building tl'1
fifteen minute before tbe enemy andcapturt'd druggists as an invaluable subatitae for

Djal-Upchurch Building, Jax. the ..u'ppUAtl r the surrender pills and caator: oil 100 wafers: cents, ,
GOOD WAGES FOR HONESTWORK. Ked Crosa Pharmacy, Tltosvllle.flrfBMala .
was concluded the first thing
JACKSOXTOLLK FLA. 'I
: or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
General Lee asked me for was ration ).'dew Fad .f (.ll..ta>.... .
for his in.n. I Issued to them the same LAND FOR) AX ORANGE GROVE,
S. BUR. IIAM. M. D. LIBERAL PENSIONS. Lib "Clefnmula" I. u comparatively mod
N provision which Sheridan bad cap PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONorTRUCK:' (IARDEY
eral School POLICY. The Pri era form of the collecting craze" says .
tured. sow It Sheridan
as most men
SURGEON and SPECIALIST the Chicago Tribune It consists of an We probably have for sale just what you are seeking.
,
mary. The Railroad Commission. i would bare done, bad waited for orders
IM"PiII..ublt! ambition to wither together
Ear Nose and Throat. Hard Eoads. Economical : I from me Lee would have got off." Senator key of alt ort' sizes! ; and shape On<> Settlers are flocking! in but still there Is room. If you ass .

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. Administration. Paymentof Hoar adds this comment: "I listened vl.otlnl of the habit. a woman openlyntvntly looking ibis way drop a line to .
with wonder at the

HOUGHTOVS the State Debts. Regn'ationof I M modesty which before that generous brilliant
DL Criminal Corporation and company could remove one of the FLORIDA EAST COAST H'Y
f bobby, during width time slIP bad ex ,
i laurels from his brow andplace
brightest
Trust Ponded entirely on keys.; quite a rev '
it the brow Sheridan." ST. A ATJOUSTINE FlA.
of
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS | on '
siectable[ fortune Her collection com- I

tike of the :Nuremberg Iron _. --- .- --- -.- -- -- '
on the "Dentoa Awakened Civic Conscience. prlwMi key ., _
A MEAN OF DEEDS. An I, - - ; I II i
There U a moral In the story of the "ir ln. one said to bdve belonged to OVER FIVE TUpCSAJID Or WAI.- F
Now AT DAYTOXA.E. .buge Iron ton's Rapid Calking Tool now In use
boputra'a jewel CUM
I two Illinois men who bare lately disfranchised WOKMS1MOM '
tollmen[ from Hoe Tower of London by boat owners la tbe United btatea. I 1 I

F. > BUCK:, Masters Sale. themselves At' a recent I l i-'Led; up In a \Vardour street' shop. Price M.OO and 14.00 each al tbe ADVOCATE
county election these men sold their office, Tltusvllla. Via.
theohe that used unlock Anne Ilathaway's .
rotes. It is now stated that "n>moree --- la duaautr. Baa*la Quaaty.WIIITI7'f3 ;
Stockton A: Budd Building, Main St., cottage at Ntrsttotd-onAron

Jacksonville. Room 15: 16,17.JDENTIST. UNDER *AND of fonrkMore BY. VIRTTK and OF sale A mad FtXAL and over the fact that they bad violated the and many others equally curious and rOI.EY5KIDUEYCURElIalee.

renueivl In the Circuit Court In and torRrevanl Uw *. weighed on their minds that interesting. r
_01,..Florida+ wtoeraln lemma. MarRaaIn Kidney sad Bladder A'"I.t ;.1
complainant. and D. t- Alderman et aI.. are they decided to plead guilty and ask CreamVermifuge.

frown and Bridge Work, defendants.the nnfteraifcn ... :r;4tlaJ MaAterv the mercy of the court and accept the Well Again. '
in Chancery will I oo the Tib< hah A. D. .. I
Porcelain Inlays, tOOl,the aaiiie being UM drat Monday of Mareb penalty." The punishment assessed The many friend of John Blonnt will
and !legal sale. dav.sell for cab to the hlconl 'FEMALEWEAKNESS Has Led all WORM Remedies
11 1(jtL-c I au Plate work.FoLETMIoIEY"iciTAI. awl beet bidder theretor the following property: against them Is disfranchisement for 1 be pleased to learn that be ha entirely .
1 1I recovered from hi.attack of rheumatism. CVKMV .OTTLE CUAWANTfCD.OCO f
Tb. said John Henry aa Spatial M..t<< in five years. this being the minimum
Chancery will Mil before the Court Hnoaa door Chamberlain's Pain Balm earN him after BV ALL D.000ISTa.w.rua..r .
\
in Titn.TtJl Hrward county, ."k>rt..*. on u.. I penalty and posting their name In :the beet doctor In the town (Manon,
Ant Mnnitsjr In )Mareb 11'Ot. all that tract of HI l-t On fw aa/tdn.I..fee Jfe ....-.. land lying la Hreranl county, Florida, and Beaerlhed their precincts at every election held Ind.) had failed to give relief. The Poanairv, jtaivB. Ova 11, I***. JAMES r BAI.LAPD. PT. Loins '
aa follow.,town: during that period. In consequencethey I prompt relief from pain which this liniment I mnaidir' Win *f Card.I _per_ I -- - -- -- -
The South Weat quarter i.f the Math Ea t afford/ la aloo worth tliuea 10.t.. doctor's oMdiela I ass .....
\,1TA: "TED-A. TRCSTWORTHT GENTLET quarter of section a W) Tbirwvn.in Townabip 35. are In much the same position aa : many and I know ....../ I ipak. I _,- 1 t
T man.. lady in each county to manatee Ita cost. For aale by all druggist and
fetes
for alao nmataa wUa
soutbof Kao 37 t: at,containing 40 ac> *mOra without seppr.r.drs.trUM.ar t.
} "tie
btmtneM for an old oubliabcd house of or...... man a country. 1 medicine dealer .a.... __pj..y ..-- ILA GRIPPE
loud Bnaneial .taa And ib. said Wada H. Joorm, aa Special; Master While some consideration must be felt Palaa wovbl caoat Ihrauchsay t
salary of '18.00 paid by etwck:neb Monwith ( I back wad side. sad 1 would ba ,
In baocery. on tbai ant Monday" in March. *
:dao>! all expanses direct from bouhiiurtcrs.loncy I I"* at the Iaatnre known: .. the Aldennan for these erring but repentant citizen. .....llellla lmmr... p.n...... IxladlBtf kadack>a. My Uaib* would
adTancoil. for ezpenap. EncL>>e ad- well aad f would fa.1 .... I r \
J'III" In wrevard Count, Florida. lyior wnterlr who. it confessed from contrition .p ao
d".d appears. A London assurance I
appendicitis
.n.elope. Manager 3Ot Cazton Bldg. f mm fort Pierce veil fortauh to the higheat onnld BO* taad .p. I naturally fait Pneumonia fellows La Grippe
C'hlThe Ca/n. and beet bidder ell Uw following personal property I rather than from fear of punishment company now Innnes special polld"lttJarantlnlt discouraged to 0'-.4... be byMdtaa but never follow tn. .ts. of .. \
remalnmK. and raafnnft to tb* eoantta of a.lp of ..h'....ian.. bat w... *f
the offense deserve contempt to holder all the medical Cardal Jod- ..... to I
Ocaola. BrTard ana x.doe. Slat of Florida vain aa a ana
Largest and Most Com- described a*follow. ; I, and condemnation Tbe punishment urgli'al and nursing expense: up fait. a haaa'a for the hotter wi*atn n Honey':
All the tntereet of Emery L. Litalry and bee wkAfMr: ala. Dlete them for theirvotea to the amount Injured Incurred In an I I .. ... ..... I
Establishment South. wife.dennis K. Lcalaj-.in the.lock:of..ct..1. inflicted upon selling naastraat d wtthoat tb*
to D. L. Alderman by BUI of Bate dated, Jail 21, I U the minimum prescribed In the I II attack of this malady. acoala i amiallvdid sad aona h.vam.neular and TarIt iin,
A.. I>. 1JOI.: Said stuck belac markwl crop splitin I I sad wi aont t.la. Win of
CEO S. HACKER & SON one ear, crop nnderalopa In the otbar. ai.ocrop statute It I 1& DOt a light penalty. The Cards! Is simply wond.. eul. and I slab t
split in oo. ear. harp in the other' and sat all ..11'.,.., _... base .[ ... stop the Cough sad heal the loaf Ir
Uric Acid and Gravel
of suffrage t* rarely appreciated food
right
branded "J Flour d* lac"* aadJ Y Ftear d qnauba : PrevsnU Pneumonia and Coninmplioo.at J
Ions". and elob eves until it 1 II lost, and then Its sanctity appeals ,Are caused by the kidneys being unable J'U M

.JOHN HEXRT.P!gpee' .tsar la Cbaneery. with powerful f mpbasts to the I to; properly' filter the Impurities from the 1ttl..J 1.. :.-" ,r ..O. YaCaTBa, of in Oa.oo4 8&, Ckkage. t F.

WADE. : H.Je f ES. civic conscience.- I bind Irving' Bucbu: Wafers are the Traaaarar,Portlaad' Ecenoaui* eagw. I wrltaai .W, wU had U grippe and l/lad bee
v special Matter I.Cbancery. only sure remedy for this condition they I with a *.ry bad -h se kr lasts wkiaaifouf J #"'

Feb.5, 19M! held as a possession rather than an cleanse: the kidney from all worn oat Periodical he..iacKe s tell of female '.Ho.at AJioTAa stwol soasf Uul/.* .
obligation the franchise la a right that material build the shrunken wall of
up wf knM Wins W CardoJ lied l Crests PharnitMyBO .
i iL Notice. Is too generally disrespected and too the: kidney add prevent the formation oflrlc cam permanently nineteen
often debauched. Those who have Acid. Sold at l SOcta a box by lied every twenty caaes c.f( irr.(pilar YEARS I .'j

1 s1MANUFACTURERS read Edward Everett Hale story of C-'rosa:: Pharmacy. menus. .....rinir do/WltpaUtI or EXPERIENCE 1,. 1 1W
: C CROOM.OMFTROLLF.R OF THE
A.
female weaineM. If aft
say you
I fHaia nl Florida iso certify that a Banklnr Nolan "the man without a country -
AMueiatiun under in* nm.of tae Plaster. Philip Mora than likely General Reye* ha. discooratrrri and dcrton have
Security!' fIaD II:. l.-at xl at J__. Finnda. andaurl.nder ," earn appreciate something of the .enjoyed himself In this failed/ that is the Lest reaaon ia e
--- of Florida baa emnpliad more country
"' _...... ,;;:- 1'1 1 tna eoatnndLaws Jaws of Uia mat* 01Flort"a humiliation and regret of these men ,than be will when be gets back to home Card the world i you should Kemomber try Wine that of I
ibeore Ik* baarara of who have upon their own confession now 4 fl
OF I :I..kfnIr.and that bytnn of the amborttyveaiau I and friends. beadadhm mean female wmkaeB 1, I
in BM by M-ctmo :2IT* of tbe RniivdHtatawa disfranchised themselves and nave been 9 care a 11.(W butts tl Win of MAKM :
TMAOC
of Florida,to. Aaanciatlonto
of the fttat
Doors Sash Blinds. banbr.. antnonaed to ttnamcne n penal pilloried as unworthy to exercise the The Holland parliament In session at Cardot tulaIt0 / DutaesCoivatewi. ; 1'

liajaklBC: ottrtneas UBUer tt. ._ shots given, Inestimable privilege of participating The Hague1 "bore voted a large appropnat Ac. '
with a eapttal..1I. : of .lM no.oB. sk.erb and daai'iitmnn' -yai
Amn*r.dtaf a ;
Moulding & Building Material! I ; O4T !9Ua day of January,A. LI'1.A. live. ran JIf"IC'f' .. wmd? t. .u..r-1'4-1. IUliOIlOOl..I'-" I
Office -. ) C. GROOM.rs EOF _..t.- _'F for____ ... : ""
sir Wareroom King, opposite .1 CMnptrnilcr. I WG Patanta 4a.n ttr" .ill M Ba Av'Cb. feasinRmerican. J
Cannon Street.Charleston Advices come from tbe Balkans that tprw a.f':ar.wahoIeesecs.l.act. .

Xotlce to Creditor the Macedonian are making arrangements Opaac I Scientific d! ..1.1A
S. C. rare a cold la 31 boor If you have .
for their annual sprteg slaughter -
t hat languid all tired-out feeling and .CARBUIFOLEYSUONEYAZmTAR baiKNomafy lllB<*ratad ......Iy. fafsiit -
,
test .. T...e.. $IB) h I
Sash Weights Cord anti LL 1'ER--o nOLDVfJ CLAIMS[AOAINST hardly know what I* the matter, yonrued ./L::;:: aea.asaaQ ,
NNii1
A tbatt afW"'ID.K.rwm.d aU. a tonic to carry: the fever breeding $ "New rk e'
dlncMd a. lb*aam* to Ifcaaaisnlcned declaration of Santo
are present The Domingo
i
-tb.adauniMrator of bla ream-ta mpnriUe* from the ytem. Try Opaac 1 ..ak .a V,. !It.,wrb.Itresae.J ........ Do'r.;
Hardware. an. of UM Cocas Jade at Tlt ni1Je. Unrlda that she doe not want to be annexed rableta, a few of them will make youreal
aithin two seen tMp.... cnlo of this like a new Try them for sl.s AMJ 15,1.0' n.aoRV.LCUIV.mlOJI
to the Gaited: State U In person. I'
........ gratifying
Window and Fancy Glas ?ark,..otherwise UM weane win be aenralgia, the effect U wonderful. Price

D. r. Jt Mtwnr.feb. forma Uoo. UScta. Red Cross: Pharmacy. .tl .C0 .ta and aa.S l IttOSTS '
> ;
A SPECIALTY. .5, 1304. t*} Jkdnmiaiatratoc -'.- OI'I''I''





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EAST COAST ADVOCATE MARCH 4. 1904. ,



EAST COAST ADVOCATE. THE OFFICE SEEKER.The JAMES! PKITCHABD, President; WM. M. BBOWN, Vice-president.

Da. THAGHER'S W. S. BHASNINO, Asst.'Ca hler.
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S Jk WB.&LY JOOBWAI.-DBTOTBD TO THBOFMBKT D.VPG: long American suffering people and patient certainlyare : r r Liver and Blood INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
'
OIP THB INDIAN BlVBk, LAIS much too patient at times-and especially -
Syrup
WORTH AND BIBOAYRB BAV SKOTIOHS. when the question is one '
of the office holder. Men COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
are given
CURES BY REMOVING THE CAUSEA
PUBLISHED liVERY HUDAY. office to serve the people not a ,- Authorized capital $1OOCOO

party, but the people. Whatever THREE-FOLD REMEDY Inr mil Him aam to Aroo S Paid up capital, $40,000
1).aLB.) H. WALToN, Editor & Publisher. f' tiouml trouble Acre as tba Uvirmad KUatvm *** ----r
they may promise when seeking a Average deposits $160,000

Discontinuance Of torte, must be made p.r.saally position, they very soon wish to- Purifies ffao &loozl. + 1 -

at this office or by writing. and to the Amerl.can's
owing average Transacts.a General
Thousands have used this reliable remedy with perfect confidence and Banking
good nature-too frequently success for 62 years, because they know just what it contains.
Oheolteto.. ,may be made payable I to CHABLESfl succeed in becoming the master.It The formula consists of Buchu Hydrangea, Mandrake Yellow Dock, s Business
WALTON,publisher ,
Gentian, Senna and Iodide of Potassium.
is the people who are the servants Dandelion, Saniaparilla,

nr In wiling t>> the AuvooATn for f ,formation thankful indeed, if their combination Any doctor of or great druggist merit will for all tell diseases;you that having this is their a scientific origin in and the reliable Liver, U Largest and Oldest Bank on the River.

o>. my kind,the writer will oblige by enclose matters are attended to at all, no Kidneys or Blood. After years of experience and patient experiment, Dr. Exchange bought and gold on all Foreign
Ing a stauii>eil-ttil
people who now beg us a favor what the expected relief when taken according to directions.
BOSTON OKFIC'S Tim EAKT COAST AovoOATH Thousand! of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have written grate- r9 h l'i tronape appreciated. Prompt service, polite
have
ban opened an ofllreat>404 Atlantic avenue, they a perfect right to insist ful letters of thanks. SPBRD.. Muuussirri,Oct. 17,1W-J:, e dot' ".i,., treatment,and every favor consistent. with oouservative
OH ton, wbloh will be In charge of Mr. Claude upon. Would it not be an Improvement "I have differed greatly with indigestion,na11l'adoll nUo a the havea with loin appetite, Cuuldnotrest will at night 1Infact| ,bednoenergytowork or even !
O.Walton. on present system to walk around. 1 felt like I was ackingaheavyloadand.weeeasilyexhuuetrduntilItook ) i / Phoenix National Hank N. Y.. Empire Stntc
course of instruction for persona IJr. hather'a Liver and Blood Syrup,which helped me almost from the Brat done. t Tiunt Company,N. Y.,National Hunk of Jacksonville
Address all communication to When I had taken one and olle. af bas I felt like a different man, and I knew thatit .. a Jacksonville, Fla.
holding office, on how to do the was due entirely to your medicine. I uaed In all three bottles, and consider myself
EAST COAST ADVOCATE!:, wore properly and examine themon perfectly cured At thla time my appetite lit food, I deep well and feel strong and .1CI'JCTJVILLE: FLA..
,
TITDSVII.LB. FL.OBIDA. .r"f{eahe the subject before placing themon : you need a mr HfiM.. write io-dny for t'rtx tampla bottle nnit "D1 ,
... .. .
..,... .
'
--- -- ria" Mtaltk JlaoH. HtMKymptomffor atlvic* H.a/mplyaekyoutotryfi
the permanent: list of office ...or aepenae. Wfknota.rhaaiaretlido. A..Ud..uuulJo'a.Sf) rent*.... U. S. Department of Agriculture holders ? One singular thing about TKncHer Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tenn. MeMurray & Baker

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Flu. this matter is, that the smaller the ,

position the bigger the man ; at

The following 18 a comparative state least the most important and more South Rockledge. GORDON MONUMENT. 4O1-414 East Day Street .Jacksonville, Florida.
ment of temperature and rainfall for the independent he is. Civil service is,

week ending Tuesday Mar. 1, iDOl.' no doubt, a great improvement over Makers and Jobbers of-
TALLAHASSEE FLA. Feb.
-190.1- -1903- 23,1004.
the "old spoils The This has been a banner season at

21 DATE. MAX.r.t: MIN.51 MAX.72 MIN.58Bli trouble is, it does system.not require Kockledge.Mian Editor Last Coax 4diorate.The : Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

25 75 r>5 75 enough. Instead of passing an examination Miner after a pleasant visit with Commanders of Camps of Confed- ,
2t} 77 (02 J 74 00 on' having1no her friend. Miss Feme left for Palm erate Veterans; Presidents of Chaptersof
27 79 62 79 71 subjects Beach on Tuo day. the Daughters of the Confederacy; Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
as 7) 70 08 72 hearing at all on the position be is after Commanders of Camps of Sons of Con.
Miss Louise M. Powe spending
20 80 71 to fill, compel the applicant to about three weeks at beautiful, home federate Veterans; Clerks of Circuit First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.

1 80"' 01' 81. 70 prove at the end of every six months here, left on Saturday! for :Newton, Courts; Mayors of Cities and Towns and .
Editors of the of Florida -- ---
Total rainfall for the week: .00 or even three, that he has filled the Mass. Newspapers : --- -
Departure from normal rainfall for the You are hereby, in pursuance of author.
week: minus .01 Inches. Departure position satisfactorily for his em Mr.; and Mrs. Pelllnger; ; left for their ity vested In me by the John B. Gordon TILE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.Wood

from normal rainfall since January 1, ployers-the people. home in Scipio, 0., on Wednesday. They Monument Association of Atlanta, Georgia .
minus 2.07rrInabee. will return next fall, and purchase a appointed, authorized and requested
HAL. P. JIARDIN Observer.TnEHE -- -- home here. to aid In the work of raising funds In
BOOM YOUR TOWN. Florida for the erection'tof the John B. Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
----- .-- _. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Averlll and ,
Gordon Monument with full to
Mrs. M. C. Salmon attended a dinner power
solicit and receive funds for this *
la an opening for a good purpose
party at Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Johnson's -
Always remember that and remit the! to Honorable W. V.
any per- same
blacksmith to start a machine on Tuesday.
repair -
son who finer not stand by his town Knott, Secretary and Treasurer of the Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....
shop in Tltu vllle. A good is of little it. "Croakers"are Mr. and Mrs.J:. E.. Heath, of Republic Florida Executive Commltt/e, Tallahassee

opening for the right kind of man. good: to 0., arrived hero ou Saturday and Florida. Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No.
... .. of no USA to a town-they are Joined our Ohio colony. They are more Your acceptance and efforts In this be- 262.
--- ---- always forecasting$ disaster ; insteadof than delighted.l with Indian Klver. half will be highly appreciated by the J. JIUNNKRLYN:: General Manager

WHILE devoting a whole lot of putting their shoulders to' the The Nelklik family, Mr. and !Mrs Association. I have the honor to remain -

time to politics, why not devote just wheel, and helping to raise their Hairy Covert, and Mr, and Mis. II. CDelliugor Yours very truly, -- ---- - .

a little time to planting out shade town out of any little rut it may went to <(cumins <>n Monday, i W. /S.: JENNINGS, Governor. The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the State.

trees in front of your lot' ? Dr. J. slip into. Never let an opportunity and "uj())"et the trig very much I A Great Sensation.

M. Dixon, on Julia street, recently pass to praise your town and extol
Bet the example. Why not other its advantages. The communitywith White City.John There was a big sensation In Loesvllle, Wm.:: A. Sours dzj Oo.
Ind., when W. II. Brown of that place,
follow suit ? the best roads) best kept side h"
a was expected to din, bad his life
.- p- walks and streets, most shade trees, Jensen was up from Palm.' Beach, saved by Dr. King's New Discovery for GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS
Sunday. ,
least rubbish on the streets, and Consumption. He writes: "I endured insufferable
"You don't shut store The seats have arrived for our
up your new agonies: from asthma, but your
with a general appearance of neatness house. Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
new school New ,
for a.day now and then when you Discovery gave: me Immediate relief
a-flshing duck or quail shooting, is very likely to be the best Mr. tiogaard! and daughter; were guest and soon thereafter effected a completecure. ear rumyMlst
go .. 112 East
More disease ." Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
community. is removed of Mr. and Mrs. U.:: 1'. Cbrl tensen. Similar cures of consumption,
take off. It would be
or a day justas f
from a town by proper clean. We hope to see a large crowd out to pneumonia; bronchitis and grip are nu A.gts. for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y and Plant System. '
do that however
good policy to ,, ing than can be cured by all the the church service next Sunday after- merous. It's the peerless remedy for all ,.
as to tane out your advertisement noon. throat and lung troubles. Pi Ice GOo,
doctors in the place. The town or and $1.00. Guaranteed by lied Cross e+et't 81 1: tll
for a day now and then. In effect
Mr. and Mrs. Frederlckson, of Jensen,
city which keeps its advantages Pharmacy. Trial bo'ties free.
BO far as seeking business publicity were the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Frannen, _. _
persistently before the otitside world ----- -------
la concerned, that amounts to just Sunday:: r
the same shutting upyour store. through reliable newspapers Is the Our crops are growing very fast now, F. A. LOSLEY Seed Potatoes.
place which shows the greatest in and the prospects are good for heavy ,

crease in population and material spring shipments. THE BREWERY SALOON.

TOURISTS are moving up and down wealth. There are two hands at work In the 610 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. I SPAULDING'S ROSE No.4. Bbl. I II
If Grlllia Brothers now, and the $3.26
the East Coast by thousands, and you want more settlers, do not nursery
travel over the Florida East Coast fail to keep your streets, sidewalks tree are looking tine. -Imported and Dome I BLISS TRIUMPH. $3.00"

Railway has been at Its zenith for and house lots neat and clean. Mesdames Fran en and Ole on, of this Wines & Cigars II I HEBRON, $2.76" I

the past two weeks. Hotels have place and Kredreckaon, of Jensen, were Liquors Garden and Field Seeds.
----- ------ ------ of Miss Chrl.ten.enIunday./: .
been paoked to their utmost capacity GROW ORANGES.Tltusville's guest The World Renowned Anheuser Busch I... a.ElM17R03: :: : Te Sec c mAn:: "
Mr. and Mrs. Richardson were callerson
and many have had to sleep on Mr. and Mrs. Lamont and also on Brewing Association's Famous 1 14 East Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla. j

cots. At Ormond, last week, it was Mr. and Mrs Dutton, /Sunday: afternoon. Beers on draught.East .

impossible to find room for the people railway platform has Our agent has to meet two Coast friends be sure to call on me -iae2' _n !_ ::lltIIr: : !t f3 :a---t:

at times. Although a short been daily a busy place, throughthe trains each express day now; the evening south when In Jacksonville.\

season, this will be a recordbreaking shipping of oranges and arrival bound and the vegetable express at 0.04: _
and departure of' tourists. It is f :tD:1pc::: : >rrtAn-t: SaJ.e
one as regards the number of p. m. VISIT The most peculiar and Interest. %_ 0:1.J:

visitors to the East Coast of Florida. many years since the outlook in this Monday was Mr. Orrel's birthday anniversary Ing sight In America

section appeared so bright. It will, it being the first he has bad a
TUB FLORIDA
however, only be a short time beforeall chance to celebrate In eight yeara-Feb- CARPETS: SPRING GOODS ARRIVING

CIVIL ENGINEER Chas. S. Noble, our orange growers will have : rusty 2Uth. -DAILYMATTINGS -
' who is well-known to many rest shipped their fruit. The orange Mr. Daniels, who Is l budding for OrlfUn Ostrich Farm Co.
in this Brothers, enjoys) his spare time take
dents of Brevard and Dade counties, acreage section is getting of beautiful
Ing pictures our very
is a candidate for the office of larger every year, and new grovesare scenery, which Is seen on every side. JACKSONVILLE.
representative of Lake being planted in the Turnbull
county. Mr. Mr. Jorgensen, who arrived here a lit ,
Noble has been a hard-working hammock-one of the finest bodies over a week ago, with his family, from ,

democrat during the past 22 years of land in the state for orange grow Connecticut, has purchased the old

in Lake county; has been a dele- ing. Anyone feeling interested in school house and also eight acres just RUGS
north of town, and Is ettlelng down to
the culture
of should
gate on many occasions to conventions oranges, come I More Goods, Better Goods'and Lower .
has to Titusville and examine the hammock
the stay.Willie
; stumped state with *
Lumen, aged 14, and his cousin
Senator Pasco and others, and was land. It is estimated that Annie Larsen just sweet sixteen, celebrated I'vices than any other house In the South.:: Send for samples .

secretary of the last Congressional about 20,000 boxes of oranges have their birthday last Saturday. and

convention, at Gainesville, that been shipped from this section dur- Charlie Larsen, Willie's brother, celebrated .

nominated the lIon. Robt. W Davis ing the winter, and that output may them many his 10th happy vear returus, Sunday.of the We occasion wish. H- ECZI.A.Zz: :=

our coming governor. Mr. 'Noble be doubled next year. ,

has been actively engaged in politics 27 WEST FORSTTH ST. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
-- -- --- --------
for some and of DANGERS OF PNEUMONIA-A cold -- ,
years many ---
DIRT is a bad thing to have this time If neglected Is liable to cause
on at
his friends claim he will be nom I- the streets or in houses, and anent pneumonia which Is so often fatal, and SC>THING::: : : NEW.::

nated. _____ this a writer to the Jacksonville even when the patient has recovered the ELASTIC
lungs' are weakened making them pe PULP PLASTER-For Plastering Walls and Ceilings.
THE: "campalgnofeducatlon" inaugurated Metropolis says : "I think dirt and cullarly susceptible to the developmentof COMPARED 1 0M>hair the weight Same cost.WI1H .
slovenliness I irr houses, stores or consumption Foley's Honey and Tar Twice Will the crack itrflngtli. Great durability.
by the Lake Duller Star not or crumble.
streets a moral it not a legal crime. will stop the cough, heal and strengthenthe Can be hard nnwned or painted IJ
some weeks ago, for the purpose of WHen\ lungs and prevent pneumonia. Sold .r COMMON I i.I Will' hold on metal tile and brick.
I into house
go a or a store heater today, carpenters follow tomnrrnr.
demonstrating the attitude : Pharmacy
of by Red Cross
a Water soaking does not weaken
ind see evidences of dust and dirt PLASTER or discolor It.
number of Florida J Nail! can be driven luto It and withdrawn
newspapers appears Just a* with wood.
to have borne good fruit. I[ back out as soon aa possible, be. Indianola.The We have the exclusive sale In Hrevanl, and Dade Conn lei. Address.
ause I do not wish to visit dirty Nearly 800!nmmntlo binl standing 8 to 10 feet EAST COAST LUMBER AND-SUPPLY
Quite a number of the newspapers I Mali,weighing/ 'Jv t 0 Mro'poiindii euob. Ostrich COMPANY,
which were openly advocating the people at their homes or to buy mosquitoes are uninvited guests, I wets haw, eggs'heel.lulil .nstrichee. sitting and baby ostriches Dealers In Lumber and Building Material. EAU GALLIE FLA

nomination of their favorites have foods in a store where there is dust but they are here just the same. lust j < ... escort visitors through the farm ex- -- -
shelves and Ulnlnir all about the birds, their nests habits
on goods or
l discussed the matter from their counters Every house and spare room la our luwaJle.: etc.
standpoint and a few of those here cats are allowed to lounge village U filled, and the demand for renting Hodges c2c O'Hara
than the
which and crawl over goods: Some storesn property greater supply
were "on the fence" have
made feeble attempts at defending this town appear to not have i Mrs. Oeo. W. Schuylcir, of the Indian. II THE ANHEUSER BUSCH ..Manufacturers and Dealer lfn...
been cleaned in or more. No ola house gave a progressive euchre Rte
a d
their year
position. Others have had which CYPRESS AND YELLOW
party last week, was largely attended PINE LUMBER.
me: should patronize dirty places.
Asso's."amoul
the good sense to abandon it, and and enjoyed by all. Brewing Dressed

have climbed boldly into the Talla- Mrs. John Fritz met with an accident Orange.and* Box !'Heads Fruit and Vegetable: Crates, Mouldings, Shingles eto.

ferro bandwagon ; the number of GOVERNOR JENNINGS' deliberate last week which, fortunately, did not St.Louis Keg. and Bottled to any part office of the located State.at Buffalo Address Bluff Fla. Write To'Ilara i for prices delivered
:
state papers whose editors or managers misrepresentation of Senator Talia- prove. serious as at first supposed in Beer. Hodge. A Buffalo Bluff, FIe.

are favorable to the Senator's erro does not redound to his credit. starting little a fire of what for supper she supposed, Airs. to Frits be Bold by M....,...r.A.Losler and
took
nomination having increased since I is the beat coal oil a but proved to be gasoline, and R.I* Mottow.Tltal'ftlle,..... :.....................: ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDEK M

his campaign began from 37 to over i oy. poured It into the stove; an explosion By Mr.R.I.Hotlow,Cocoa,11.. E. J
60. Some of those whose names 'andidate'' another' Followed, with a flash which burned Mrs i Vesey Hall you are, get one of Walton' Patent
besmirching
have been added to the list were deserters r ecord to injure him in the eye. of lightly.}'rlbl'. eyebrows That It, .was eyelashes not more and seriouswas face JOSEPH ZAPF .. Georgians, Fla. 2 Calking Tools; Invaluable. to boat

from other candidates, but t he honest voter. Political articles owing to the small quantity of gasoline : Boat Builder. JONLT builders and owners of boat Calis

by far the largest proportion were of a pet nal and spiteful nature used. Sole Agent. : boats more rapidly than any other

among those which had been posing rill, as far aa possible, be kept out JOB PRINTING of all kind done at. 610 to 020 West Baj Street, .i FIRST-CLASS WORK.* calking tool in the world. Price f 1.00
as neutral. It is not too late forthe of> the ADVOCATE columns. Let us this office at reasonable rates.. Give Write for Estimates. and $3.00 each, at ADVOCATE: office,

others to come in. have a clean campaign. u. a share of your work. JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. NN.N.N.N.NNN.. Titusville. Fla. .
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.*'IT::; COASt' ADVOCATE MARCH 4. 1904. 5

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HOW TO SAVE ICE. Eden. Tibbals. GEORG MARX. JOHN )[ARX. I ,1


THE OLD RELIABLE 1VI.A.R.: ]B <>S.
Mrs J. n
r TeTonrnoau'lslteJ Stuart Mrs. Smart, Mrs. Montgomery and her .
the first of the week. two children have. taken Mr. Fred Cook's

n' cottage at Palm beach for a month. WHOLESALE
LeTourneau GROCERS
il. iJi' shipped twenty ; ;
t eight crates of plneb. on Monday.Mrs. Mrs. Fled Cook, of West Palm Beach, .

with her little son, is now stopping with
II.
W. Richards came up from her grandmother Mrs. J. II. Andrews.Mr. ;
Stuart, ">u I'ueariay, for a two days' visit Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

We mo, making daily and Mrs. William Jennings, of it .
shipments .f
o Harrisburg, }' are now visiting Mr.
beana from. ?
looked our garden which never and Mrs harry Jennings Woodcote.. r i f >
bettor.
Corner Buy and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA. j

The question of economy on the Ice bill John !MacDonald Quite a party drove down from Fort v

h one keepor> that, appeals all welt as forcibly to hotels to restau-every Ormond route to,New]),IY-.na York, and City.left other on Saturday points, fur ci dinner Pierce, with on Tuesday Mr. and, and Mm.were Henry guests An.for t I 11 1 WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED '

butchers grocers druggists and drews.
tI every merchant who consumes Mrs. F. H. Richards and two children PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. \
hftctto The boom In real estate: U still active /
tain bls bnainea.Iumeroux have gone to the St.. Lucie river for a the only trouble being that there Is not 8eed Potatoes Seed Peanuts and Cow P"'lilin season "
tests and careful experiment- visit of two weeks with relatives. I t
resulted In the discovery of the land enough right/ here at Tlbbals, for jI."We solicit consignments of Fruit and Vega table 1
I iyhav0 wheu I Dumond l p, Merwln was a passenger all those who wish to have winter homes .
ICE PAD which placed '
'iVI> on WedneBdny'a ,
evening train and --- ----- ------ ------ -
the loe chamber of ,
ii your, rcfi'Ice Iterator box or, will reduce son.stopped off for a day oivtwo to visit his here.Mr.. and :Mis. James Blood, of Amsterdam Melbourne.

of your Ice 15 to 33 1-3 perecentn ;1r. Y., who are spending. ,: the seasonat I H II

pall it an Ingenious/ little device the There are so many launch and sailing the Breakers Palm Bunch were guestsof .

impliclty of which is one of Us greatest; parties It would take too much space to the Rev and Mrs. Sawyer for the past Absolutely Pure, r::' Subt.iMlptlona for the AUVOOATK, t

?)nll11eodatloos. All you do is to place tell of them all, suffice it to say everybody week at the .Manse. the pink paper of the Rust': Toast, will bo tI

the bottom of your ice chamberJithtlie U: having! a god time. The ladies of the Tihbalw Club were THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE received at the Melbourne Postofllco.! t tI
'' :
resting It and It will ''
upon iit
too
Mrs II. W most entertained Saturday
Richards delightfully
on
Write for booklet.I came up from ----- RICHARD) ,v. r>K.-Kvnl EstateoMry: ,
ddlho rest. Stu-iir\ on Sunday, morning/ to be ,present afternoon by Mrs.' Robt. Hoke of liibllo and ('o"y.a"oor. Agent: fur ..Htna1.lvorl"ul..II.ont"t ,,
.
(,. WALTON, AGENT.Titnmvillc At the rliiUleulug of her nephew Il.iroli Jensen An inspection of the magnificent Misses. Mattie O'Neal Nellie Owen and \ Ilhhe, Hartford and f ; "

Florida Brown Webb for whom she acted asponsor. houseboat being! built by Capt. Louise Connatta and Maggie and Rosa Frnvldoni'a, Wimlilmctoii Mire Insurance ('...". ',;' I ,
.
attention 11. the Inter
Iloke Carter) were passengers on the )launchto panles Special paid
for Col. Thompson of New YOlk, eats ot non residents
most and much i ouoa and return !Saturday' .. "
was Interesting en- ---- --- --- --
very '
MRS. IDA D. BRUNER Able The' school children !gave a very credit' joyed by all. After the return to shore J. W. Brunei-, II. S. Lee and CJlall.Carr 1)111.. A, 1K-I.IIYRICIIAN AMI KlMWKONKoHldiinua ,
entertainment lu the Jenxeu town Melbourne. At Knii); Ualllu
refreshments served the veranda every
General Manager for the World were on rlngton went hunting lithe Thousand t
lull' last Fildav ulqlu in honor of George; afternoon. LOOK: TO YOUR EYES.If .
and In tho /garden. Mrs. Unite was assisted .
Islands week
They nevI '
: a they
-
Famous ago. say -
Washln ;ti>n. It was pleasant and from defects "
very suffering or west 1. .
any eye
by Misses Byaon Holmes Racey '
er saw so many big ducks anywhere. linnet. ''iltr.I.Jo VtJl<1-Melh"rnn. Florida. A
''Biilm. of Js/'i g'!'iit. prof table and Iloke. Tbey cot between thirty and forty ducks healthy. winter resort nn high plna haul, overlooklnu -. Might call at my new well-appointed opts "\
Edward I.eTourneati will" soon return Indian, / River. Uul i. : II!: and upward'' cat Institute. Special: complete lense
For all Ills of Women. Rev. .7. U. Hawk preaches hoio Bun- per they Hprolal\ rates" per week or smear., grinding outllt In connection '
'I, home from Uollins College an attack of write fur rttttiit tu Mitdam J K.: M CamiiliullMuiiaicur. -
Foley's kidney Cure makes the kidneys 1
!letters of Inquiry cheerfully answered. measles having left his eyes in such a and bladder Contains injurious day morning and evening,. March (0.I Ep. It, W. Cauiplieil, Proprietor. 1)R. E, It. A ARMSTRONG '
right. nothing worth League just before the evening
: '
weakened 11 Laura. St. Jacksonville Fla.
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office at Park condition physician lecum-
Local Cottage
; Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy.Georglana. service !! "Christ the
mended complete Subject: : stilling Editor Oslln made a business trip to 1
I West Palm Bench Fla. itjHt.The storms of life." Pm CVII, :2J-S1.:! Lo- Eau Unllle" last' :Saturday.:: "

Netheiby Is very comfortably land Baldwin loader. Everybody Invited .
- --
tilled, at present with a very congenial to attend. Com. F. C. Hewitt left on Monday fM Eau Gallie.

Stuart.Louis company among whom we have noticed a trip south In the launch Dreamer, diptMnrtln. .
Mr. Charles Dr. Fulgel. wife and little daughter of .
KeUaou mother and
sister i
Mrs Bower went to Cocoa Monday to down of last
and Mrs. John former Tltusville. came Wodnenday Fresco! Wei la .left last week, for :
Truesdale visitors have dental work done.J. Now O. DICdllASHK: SCIIL'Vl.KIt, III.1'.I.Jraph! '
some week, to do some dental work for some ,
ullloe Ban: Florida t
IIUIIIJlhl. OalHe
upon|
York city. lie will bo missed by his
has lots
McFarland purchased i 3
Our Sunday school is In most thrtv his
a and parties here, untortunalely grip
B. Bower came home last week Melbourne friends.
| (id 4, block 4, fronting on avenue D. Ing condition. The pupils all show Is busy fertilizing his orange /grove. that contained his Instruments wax left many Town election will shortly come off In t

Arthur Hogarth/ will build a residence marked I improvement and the attendance on the train and all efforts to unit it has Judge Guthrie bus returned from his Eau Ualllo poll taxes.
is We have fine II K. Hughes was shipping his oranges visit to HoHuland and Is welcome pay your
J |II the near future, on his farm on the remarkably good. a been In vain so far. again a
| forth side of the river. corps of officers add teachers who are Saturday and took them over to guest in llotol[ liellovue. M r, and Mrs\ <}. Paddlson ate entertaining I

> deeply Interested In the welfare of the Cocoa with Mr. Ro ero. inflamed fi. lends, this week 1
quicklyto
Haw lunge yield
The Royal Temperance Legion will school. or Mr and Mrs Logan Hlnidiaw and two N
I no entertainment at the church Capt. Symmonds' In town Sunday the wonderful curative and healing\ / ('children of New Castle I ml., arelato arrivals Mr and Mrs. MoNabb and Mrs. Snod-

I itturd.iy live evening starting at C)0.::) The Eden Social Club was entertained and Monday he took a largo party over qualities", of Foloy's Honey and Tar. It at tho Brown House. grass took a run to :Stuart: on Monday\ II j'

I by Mrs. A. D. Merwln on Thursday eve- to the bench In his boat J. W. Briiner prevents pneumonia and consumptionfrom I last. ,
.
Mis. Juhn node returned from
Tom Ilardeson visited Palm Beach Whist the and also took over a of eight from a hard cold settled on the lungs Roue- '
ning. was game played, party 11111.1I\1unlloy. where she had been (Col and Mrs.(" Perry took a. run to
I during the week and has been slightly Mr. LeTourneau won the first gentle South Rockledge. Ked Cross Pharmacy., visit to her daughter Mm.' Moore on a Stuart IUIIII'et.lIrIL this week via the F. E.C. ,

under the weather since his roturn. man's prize, and Mrs. Robinson and -- -- -- U'y. \
Misses Un.i and Jessie Miller cut for the Mitts Jessie Goode returned from Jnrk- h t
Archdeacon Brown held services here YOU COUNTY T1USA8UKKU. E. feplllcr: took a putty of friends. over
I The ladies' prize which Miss Jessie Miller ANNOUNCEMENTS.Under eonvlt10lust. Saturday after several woeks' to the beach
Inhyevening. sermon was very To Friends on Hunday last lu his sloopIJoll.i. > !
Sly I II
visit with hur sister Mm. James T. Hogg.Mr. ,
and listened to won. I l
aDO, was by a very large; klnilly auk your support for County Treasurer .

ngregatlon. Mesdames Miller Robinson Webb at the primary eleut :,: May. 10, levi.lours \[ and Mrs. A. n, Taylor eutel'tallll'llabout (1. Paddlson and family took a run ,t..

Henry Stypmann has his oat boat the Harry Richards and Le'lourneau bravedthe this candidates head will for tho appear various the State announnemonntsof and- truly JOHN, HENHV. twenty filends last Tuesday witha to; Hook 1lljtu In the launch Wynoua ou j

I Guuie, In the water again, after having elements last Thursday' and droveto County ollken. lawn party' and moonlight trip on :Sunday last ; i,

a3 b, p. Palmer engine Installed. She Fort Pierce to dine with Mrs. George/ The Ghana" for Insertion ut..* announcement Crane creek. MIsM Lucia Perry entertained a few j

| hakes 7 miles per hour. !launders.: They partook of the bountiful $from 3.1)0) ,now an exception until the,prinmrU'g however, being are ;o"'Uwill iiiaile\ In the he FISH AND OAMK WARDEN Mrs. Spauglor and Miss Emma Spang-! Friends on Monday eve last. Cards were !!
dinner provided for them with appetites : ConimmiiloiiHrRor I hereby unmmnoH niv self as a cnnitlilste, for her returned from Koseland Mond.iy after "
cane of those who seek election nn I County the feature of this very enjoyable evon-
Several tine cruising sloops have been sharpened by the thirteen mile ride. Members of the (:'ounty Hoard, of the tilllce, \ of Flesh ..lIIllJallle( Wanlun siihjvut to. spending several pleasant day at I ,.
the '1I" of the lumouratlo to tm bull t
prlnmrv,
.
I Incur harbor this week. Stuart I Is becoming Public IiiHtriictlou who will lio charged S2.60, ,
After a pleasant visit they attended to May Huh. '1'. A. !KOltlNHUN.ME.MHKU :- Kiclkloiin Inn. Ing.Dr.
very popular with the yachtsmen business and shopping and then went on or our half. the regular rate. Sarah C. Hodgson, Mrs J, C. Lln- '
It lie umlerntoocl that no alltlUIIIICo"nt Miss of
In to HtnliictH Clapp Rochester N Y, M rll.
\ uniting the East Coast. this the ; noman, Mis. II. U. Hoilgson and Mini
their homeward way, voting ", will be Inclined without lu'lntf paid SCHOOL. HOARD E. W. Qeiineson 1&111Mrs 01.I'.er I
,
pleasantest diy. they had spent In sometime for In advance, as we have. learned from ealurlellOIl Erle.I'Il'1 halo Hodgson were nil visiting\ East Melbourne
There have been several late. of Glenn N.
enquiries arrivals at
safe rulo.
that tbln Is tho only to the Democratic Voters of llravsril County I Sunday: last.
in of the down of ,
] IT (for small furnished cottages./ Who spite heavy pour I ] Dl\n.lldale before the Eaton: cottage, on the bluff.
hereby announce myself n
vlll be the first to reap a harvest from rain they encountered during the early the comma for Mainl>..rof Holiool Hoard Mr. and Mrs. 0..1, F. Campbell, Dr. ,J I k
COUNTY JUUOK. Mr and Mr Alfred of New
!tin source of profitable Investment P part of the drive. FOR from First Districts, and IWK tho support of my Maurice Du Boso and family and Miss Porrlneau 'r \
To the Democratic Voters of Itrevard County : Lteiuouratto friends to accuse) nnmttnuton. York city have rented Miss McFarland'scottage of Melbourne were calling friends ': t I ,
8. L Squire landed two salt water Mr. William Hogg/ Is unnecessarily H..vlnlfboen, honored by tho voter of 1'. L. KY/.KIt.: where they will enjoy life In In Eau Uallla this week. upou J I

trout which weighed/ 11-lbs each, one alarmed about what this correspondent count with the olllce of County Judge ureVar'l\\ Melbourne for the balance of the season. I
day tbU week. troll- has not said about the Jensen school nome before you attain RollulttiiK your Capt. Hymmonds and Mr. McConnell
| They were caught The friends. of A. J. Carter of Tiirnbnll, ,
.
ninny
but for election, uHect to the tI Capt. Martin took a Jolly to Pel- I
We have said It good school re primary party
a
was
log with live bait along the edge/ of May 10th. If nominated. and eloutad I will endeavor here urged' him", to l>800m. a. candidate lor the dropped Into our harbor In the Mattla' H.: ;'
needed another teacher, and be certainlyhas say 'oaks of Menitwr, of Krevanl, Hchool Mount, fur loan island last Saturday In the launch ,
[ mmntiiin shoal. to continue In the dim,'hurRO of tliedutlun the tlrst of the week leaving for the Uannnit -
read word In these columns die Klmt Ulxtrlct ,sod I he sal Iclts the mipport of I>reamer. They report n pleasant, trip
never a of said iitllca wltl1lhlcllty to the pe.'de.A. : River as soon n* the vessel was wat-
Sow Is good/ time for the patrons of against the teachers who are careful 11. 1'KNNKY.; 'all 10th.his friends at the MANY' Vl/lKH-t.on May and the hundreds of birds a sight well I ered and provisioned 1

out public school to get after the School and painstaking and very much belovedby I worth going a long way to see

Board and agitate a movement for a bet. pupils and patrons ; but we do and CLERK OK" TUB CIRCUIT COURT.To Mlsn of Grand Mrs\ J. C. Llnneman of Lima\ 0., left I
the Democratic Voters of Ilrevaril Mary Olllesple Rapids
To
County:
Jan Jallle for the
Urschool north on Wednesday
house In a mote central loca- will protest against the disgraceful trans the Democratic Voter of Brevard County i tI illch., who has the winter "
at
spent Myrtle -
(Ion for resiinotfnll' snnnunee my camliilnry for Memt ast. Mr*. Ltnnuman was the guest of
|
the 1"lr :
next The \
afforded the Eden
term.
portation pupils. hereby announc* mywlf a* candidate for t Itoard' of Fubllo Inntnirtlon from the Sind! l lillslrlct cottage, Melbourne Beach was In
Mm wagon never was large enough. Someof the office; of Clerk of the Circuit. Court at the at the coining ilemuoratla prliimry and Melbourne her sister Mr\ It, U. (Hodgson during .
Florida Kitcblng and E. L. Squire children on a visit teniiMiratlo primary to be halo May 10, lOOt( and illicit the oonllclenoa suit support of my follow Saturday, saying good-bye to her stay In Eau Julllo. i i
Mended a ball at !:!Sebastian Morayenoiog our were away will appreciate your sup orl. clttzona, her ftienas ere leaving for points north. i'I
when school commenced which accounts Yours real>8Ctrully. R. E. MIMH. The beautiful launch. Idler Capt. i
Mr. ,
returning Tuesday. Squire
[ reports Sebastian as having the mostjlaodBomelooklngglrlsontheEastCoast for the extra room at that time, and A. A. 8TKWA.RT.TAX The schooner J, F. P. left here lust Chandler, of Boston owner, was on ,
there five who could to week with the following jolly party fora f
are more go Hodgson's way last' week being over. ,
school If there was room. Evidently ASSESSOR. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER cruise to Miami : Mr. and Mrs J. F. inuled and painted!' This Is ono of the> J j i

0 0. Poppelton took the following Mr. HOUR'S/ children have plenty of room I berehy announce myself a candidate for the I hereby. announce myself.as a candidate forelection Powell, Mr. and Mr. Dow Mr and Mrs. finest launches on the coast. r
down to the bar have If elected will as County ConjmlflHloni for the First J. A. Powell Misses Helen Powell Hut h h 1 i
party on a fishing trip In the Waveland wagon. The girls ofllca of Ta Assessor and. give HlHtrli.t subject to the action of time democratic. tromrTropic ;
fuesdiy: G. W. Park, Wm. D. McFar- to wear caps for there Is no room for the county the very best service possllila.' primary. May 10, 1_. ])ow, Ida Powell Bertha Powell and Mr. The Canaveral brought over I
IW Louie Yours respectfully, U. II. NAtJMAN. 1<'. Dow. the body of the late J. W. Merrill d,
McFarland, Robert McFartal. hats, and one small girl who was told to W. R. .UIllEIt8. I
The party report a most enjoy. wear. golf cape on a cold day became Mr. Chandler took the following party which was sent to Kansas City Tbe Mo., for

I ibis trip and returned with a large catch Indignant and said, "Mama you ought to To the DemtwrstioVoteraor Brevard County: for a trip on his handsome. launch Idler: nterr'nent on Monday last. family < F

Mtbe finny tribe. Geo. Parks landed a know there la not room enough/ In that To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County i I hereby offer myself as a candidate for Com.mlHHloner Mr. and Mrs. Tayntor and sou, Mra.O..ble. have the sympathy of the whole community "

| (IWb.() snapper. wagon" We had a good school always, At the requestor large number my frlnnds.I from. the Third IJIntriot, subject to Mrs. Hedge wick, Miss Mary Hedge- In their sad bereavement. t

teachers far above the and none hereby announce myself a* a candidate for the the primary, May 10, JllotrO: wick Mr. Chus. Campbell, Mrs. It. W, ,
The Roxana John W. Dates' beautlIW average olllca, of Tax Assessor for Hravard county, subject fN IIOV8TON. Thirty-two members and guests attended :,'
houseboat arrived In on the of them "children" as they ranged from to the action of th. ilemoor.tlo nrimay to beheld Goode and Mr. Arthur Dwlnell. All report the meet of the E. (}. I.. olub at Ii I f'
port to sixty In therefore we 10, I'MH.! If elected, I will fulfill the most enjoyable time. ,
Nth' ult. in L. eighteen age; May a Mrs. Paddlson'a on Thursday last. This .'
charge of Capt. F.Young. and whilewe duties of the otHce to the beM' of my ability, To the Voters of Hrevaril County i
I Roxana came direct from New Orleans had no reason for a change, Yours raHpoutrnlly: J. W. Jenkins of Koohestor N. Y. was one of the most successful meeting 1 I ;
I to this port to meet her owner. would be glad to have a high school J. 1'. J MITCHELL. for The County frlenilsof(CominlNiiloner R. A. Onkllnif'third announce Ulntrlvt him left for the north last Tuesday after a of the season. The next place of meetng I

She is about 100 feet long has twin as near as Jensen we are sure our pri- nulijcrt tii the democratic. primary.To pleasant stay at Hotel liellevue. lie Is will be at the residence of W. Wilson

I screws which are run with two trlpple mary pupils would do better at home very' mnoh pleased with Ills visit In Melbourne on Highland avenues ,
IIpauolon and make more room for Jensen's own I hereby announce myself a candidate fir Tax and has made host of friends, .
engines of 200 h. p. each. She Assessor of Hrevard and respectfully, Democratic Voters of Hravard
Mr. county the County
children. Undoubtedly Hogg means
1a0ololll> in mahogany/ and oak, and Is llcit thamii<|K>rcand vnr,. of all democrats. at .. while here who regret to see him depart Melbourne n R RA
and with him that the Having been urged by man voters and taxpayers Beach. '
IAJmplete in every detail. The contract well we agree/ but when he the primary to hi held MAY I0,1904.Reepeetfuly. to Iwooine, a omxliduu* for -,18etlunt t and will look for hi* return In the near I

i Price of the vessel was 935,000:]' and Mr. teachers are over-worked ; W. A.! FARMER., hereby announce myself a* a nandlduM for u tu re. ,
"Sardine Express" he ---- -
writes of
4th
Gates hall our owu I County Commissioner from the District,subject '
!. ? 8Peut 16,0)0() In furnishings would better be sure of his facts.T to the action of the danioorallo primary launch> party from Kocklodge, were/ ,
Which are elaborate. Mr. Gates and of May 10. IJNH. I will appreciate the support of Fort Pierce. among those at the beach the last of the ii t t
iWrty arrived on the 11:45: train Tues- To the Dairocratlo Voters of Hrevard County t tI all democrats. week <

I ?;y' and 1 went aboard at once and (soon La grippe coughs yield quickly to the hereby announce myself" a candidate for tax JOHN C. JONEH.T C, T, McCatty and 1I.n. Dan, were In I.It. .
aI rwards the Roxana cast oft her lines wonderful curative qualities of Foley's ansessor and respectfully/ ask the supnort of all town iu 11"n.IIlY.Q"ite W. "Joixla( who U seldom seen outside r I

m Marled 1 and Tar. There Is nothing else : ) of the rostolllue, mule, living tripto
on a cruise up Indian River. Honey unary. I the Voters of Hrevsrd County number of mackerel have been f''
a the hunch Wednesday.Mr. .
: on
"just as good." Red Cross Pharmacy. if. A. MCMILLAN. In ciiinidianre with the expressed ",1..1or.
nV1, Woodward and wife of Lockport many ?. ? took the the for the office of Commissioner for stand
{ following party up County The citizens are building a for '
s Uucle as far as White City for a day's Jensen.Most FOR SHERIFF the fourth IXstrlat for the ensuing year. If I the politicians. It will also be used as a Jnnernat were callers upon Admiral 1 I
*% am electee; l.wlllulle my best endeavors' tu carryon Ulllls and family on Friday.
Tuesday: Mr. and Mrs. Edward To the Voters at the Democratlo Primary.II the luminous of the county, honestly, and fair. baud stand. I

T'hlliday, Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Hancock respectfully" announce myself, a candidate/ !ly. 1 rajMctfullr solicit your votes and Inlluence. Mid Hattie Jones had returned from Mrs. Silckney ban received the un-

Ii;*, Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley beautiful weather of the season. for nomination to the office BherltT.and would ftespcotfully yours, Jensen where she had been spendinga peasant! news of the burning of one of ;
the
end thank you all for your support at primary JOHN H. WYNN. "
I Mrs. Ilardeson, Tom Ilardeson her houses and a barn In Olean N. Y. 4t '
) Respectfully yours few
( of R. R. Eicon and Son Is May 10,1U04. days.
The ,
Mrs. II. W. Miss Mary cottage/ P. IIROWN.
Srakqd Bessey, V.
John Saunders left on Tuesday for Admiral GI1IU wife and sister-Mrs.Vhltlnic :
,
'id completion. 'I
nearing
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Wood. ---- The taxpaypr of the Fifth District hereby an-
vud and Rhode Island. lie hall been here spending -called on the winter visitors ft I '
Mr, Mrs. Chas Woodward Mr. beans nonnceJ K. Bell as candidate for the oWra of '
and
I "i,Mrs. Fred Fertilizing pines shipping I FOR TAX COLLECTOR.To County Commlnidonar:<< from the Fifth I,...trici.Allhj..t the winter with rol.itIvus here In Melbourne on Wednesday afternoon.
tJ Galigher Jerome TwlchtaHwr seem to be the hobby of the day. the Democratlo Voters of Hravard County> to the action of the democratic primary If '
and Mra. A. L,. Andrews, Mr. to .ba held May 10, 1110. A large number of tourists are In Dr. Ve'"ob. with a large party of \' "f,
I u.1!? !rs Allen. Mrs. R. D. Hoke has been 111, but we I hereby announce myself 8M a candidate for TAXPAYERS.FOR In the mall boat "' V
f"
hutches The the offlce of Tax Collector of Hrevard, County, town at the various hotels, enjoying the friends/ came over on t'
President and Egyptintand! learn that she Is convalescing now. subject to the action of the democratic primary fishing and hunting which abound here. Thursday morning, to spend the day no 1.

report a grand time seeing beautiful B. F. Hull has put his soda dispensary to ha held May 10, I IH<14. 1 earnestly solicit the REPRESENTATIVE.To the beach. !'
of all friends. Tuesday to
There call
meeting ,
support ny wan a
'Z?' alllK tors herons and wild In nice shape to serve the summer trade. E. W. JI.lLL. the Democratic)Voters of Hravard County organize Board of Trade. Temporary Miss Mary II. Ollllsple, who ba been 1
"'"'oldldeicrl tlon. The I hereby offer before democratic, a
party myself the
the
I rttn' pending the winter at Beach left
I allumed from the by 4 o'clock and The River Is fllled with tourist boats primary a. a candidate) for Itoprmentativa In officers were appointed to draw up rule Ion I
to bathing trIp from the hotel ,dock and they put In to our town occasionally. FOR FROSECUTI ATTORNEY.To the nest lul,:' latura. If electors f pladita, myself. and regulations. Saturday for Orlando, to visit friends ,'
hfih In all raanm-u to support the will of the paonla before going north.
the the Democratic Voters of Hrevard Connty Indian River No. l>:3,, W. O. W., ,'
up day.Uobbed Jno. McLean has returned to his and to serve Brevard conoty to the xt of myahillty Camp all l
Capt. looking a* At the solicitation of many friends, I have CLAUI)1'; OLMSfKAU. held their regular meeting Tuesday The ADVOCATE publishes the announcements -
old home In Jensen again, finally) decided to become a cnndtdate for the of- evening last when Ernest: bvodellus of of candidates who are as- it f.
as ever. lice of Fromouttnir+ Attorney for this eouniy at Read
the Grave. pry the next democratic primary. I respectfully so STATE ATTORNEY Sebastian was Introduced. This noble pining to olHces! \ In lirevardcounty.

W. F. Wolf the Eden station agent licit Yours truly, order In strength. them and take your choice.
startling Incident, Is your support. I respectfully announce my randlnary/ fur the Is gradually growing
Job Oliver toll owe has been transferred to the Jensen sta- O. A. FRO8TV ponltlon of Sate Attorney of the Seventh JadlcUl The people of Melbourne are f !I
KI : of Philadelphia as : the satisfaction of us all. Circuit of rlorl, ' *,' ln an awful condition. My akin ion, to on May 1W. I1XH. I offer and pledge divine In service at :St.: Andrew church taking advantage of these lovely rnoon- I i', '
? Hm0* yellow. sunken tongue Mr. and Mrs. Atwood have returnedto FOR BUFERINTESDENT OF FUHL1C TXBTRCCTlOJf. a clean. and fesriee..dminlstratlnn. : of the duties last to a appreciative con light nights to sail or row across the
eyes Tuesday very
eoat.det pain ) back andttday Jensen. They will put their children of.nllcitthe.up ba above. honorable of the emce electori and of reap the|Havanta.><''tfnllT gregation. Mists Krtz an accomplished river to see how old Neptune looks by t.

. appetite growing weaker day In school again while they take a trip I hereby announce myself" of. a Puhlio candidate for Judicial Circuit of flurlila. musician of Detroit sang the moonlight. the olll"e of 8up0rintend, InntrnoIno. rend
sp "nree physicians had given me over to Cuba. for Rrevard county, subject to the elocution JOltS C. JUNES, Orlando, Fla. In her splendid voice and perfect Among the !guests, from the Bellevue :I

litte Then l "*8 advised to use Electric of the democratic primary.JOHN. tion. Miss. France Moore presided at who visited the beach during the week, \1 *

'jc i ", ,to my great Joy the first bottle Make Clean Sweep. R. WALKER.To I hereby raspoetrulljr announce myself as a the organ.A we were glad to see, and welcome Mrs. .
a
;
M! o.i Wed Improvement. I tam candidate for the ofltca of Hfate-s Attorney of A. I.'Kltterlng a regular winter visitor i iE' %j.
'0"e I r Use for three week8' and There's nothing like doing a thing the Seventh Judicial Circuit, subject to thai SEVERE COLD FOR THREE tram Chicago. I
the Democrats of Brarard County. action of the democratic
!be manI know they robbed boroughly. Of all the salyes you ever Belnlr a candldata for Connty Superintendent CECIL O. BUTT prImary.Orlando, .. MONTHS. The following letter from A. ', s.
* d'ie.of another l victim." No one heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salve Is the of .'1Ibllo Instruction. 1 solicit the influence of J. Nusbaurn, of Datesvllle, Ind., tell its Pneumonia follows a cold} but never

-teed try them. Only 50, goar.t the ladles and the votes of the men la primary STATIC COMM1TTE1KME-V. own story. "1 suffered for three month follows the use of Foley's Hooey and Tar. .
barns ,
Red Cross Pharmacy. beat. It sweeps away and cure el election Mar 10th. If nominated I I.. to with a severe cold. A druggist prescribed n stops the cough heals and strengthen t' M

.ores, bruises cuts bolls, ulcers, akin be, la fact, your faithful and obedient. II:. FULTZ.servant.J. I the hereby Slate offs Executive myself for Committee re-election for as Mr Memberof .vardoanty lor me yet I did not Improve. I then the lungs and affords perfect security It .'

:l- We eruptions and piles. It's only 23c and and solids fha vote of these who are tried Foley's Honey and Tar, and eight from an attack of pneumonia. Refuse ." "
, cannot guarantee to publish latlinaa with my action on the present comm Is- Refuse substitutes. .. Hold by Rod Cross Fbu- f'f'anbetitute.
e1i that do guaranteed to give satisfaction by Bed Ir OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale l te.. dose cured me. ,
not reach office before ,
bop 4 Thursdays. this Cross Pharmacy, TitusvlUe. Cheap, at this offlce. W. J. TUCKER. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. macy. "' {'


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6 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, MARCH 4. 1904.



that "it is a bitter reflection that hundreds PALM BEACH
...
rm of liven had to be sacrificed to
t
D bring about thin. simple result." The ,

S n Post further nays: Beach Club Cafe.Incorporated .

Without the faintest desire to prejudgethe a w.,
case. or to presume guilt where the ( )
law adheres to the theory of Innocence, It .
may be said that the evidence already OPEN JANUARY l.VTIl.

available and want point of to skill. negligence and organization carelessness : Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal Polnclana, Palm Beach on the north.

a. no small factors In the awful Jroquols
-. tf&Vf'V catastrophe While the law must I IA.qA
take It. course the question of punishing Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours
:
t Apt Y possible misconduct should be, and undoubtedly ,
I.., subordinated by most citizens V n -
to the question of future safety and Flrst-Claas Chef, Cuisine and Service.

prevention."In .
written Our money by men winning who know; book., tell more senses than one," says the ar l r ,iS '1Q a :Irl.v.a1e: :::JJ.n.I.n.g: : : : :]-.a.rJ.ors= a

you all about Chicago News' "theatrical manager Orders received for Dinner Patties of any number at all hours

have been playing, with fire for a great .
Potash -- ------ -- ----- -
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many years."
MAGNOLIA SINKINGS.
They are needed by every man The woeful story of the IroquoIs) disaster .
who owns a field and a plow, and .show upon Its face two startling --
who desire. to get the most out facts. The safety appliance that were
of them. provided did nut work. Those applianceswere Hotel MAGN I FLA.
They .r4/.u. Send postal card.CEKMA1 awful astonishingly meager This Magnolia Springs (St.: Johns River.I ;
'* KALI WORKs lesson irtit transform the businessof
New '...-.. Name' Street, amimlng t.* public into something
es- more than a mere thing of surface) glitter 28 miles south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line R'y., and river steam
Atlanta. Q.,-.*!% "Me.' Bread aRt and blind chance. Every theater In this ers. Open fireplaces in all rooms. Steam Ueut. Elevator. Electric Light!

I' country must be thoroughly overhauledand Pure spring: water. Dry climate. No mosquitoes. Well-kept Golf court
I'T mad ...fe. Then; it must be kept Tennis Fishing, Shooting. Two swimming pools and baths. $1.00 per dal

safe."Make Tri-Weekly Sailings Special weekly rates. O. I>. SEAVEY, Owner and Manager.]
: and keep theaters siife" Is the .
Free and IPWSOII that the whole country may BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. WHITE --- ----- ----
SPKINGS.
learn from
Accented Masons. Chicago's frightful experience.
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Calllncr: at Charleston.. S. C.. both ways.)
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Indian- ; J No.-00Titusvllle California I'runo Wafers. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe The Hamilton WHITE SPRINGS, FLA

ic The great tonlo cathartic Invaluable ,
an .
,' Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
River cure for malaria biliousness, constipation -
v nervousness, catarrh of the Direct Service Between -New, Modern nigh-Class IIotel-

Lodge Floilila. stomach bud breath, oily skin ulenptuss- Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. ON THE OLD SUVTANEE RIVER. -
Holds Its tnnetiniffi"' the:'...,01111|and fourth Friday nUll, wind and all liver, stomach and ,
of each" month, a* their room Imllitn River bowel trouble. 101) wafers 2."> cents Ked (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Finest mineral spring In the world. Greatest health tesortin the
Hotel Titus at 7:30 o'olnclc
Mlle p.| in. Cross Pharmacy, Tliusvllle.( 8KM1-WICEICLY; : : BA1LI.NG3 South. Finest quail shooting In America. Write for booklet to

T. H. SamloM, Worshipful Mauler Southbound....,........ ... ...... .. .. ... .. ... ... ... .. ..... ..from Lewis Wharf Boston
M.F. A.8. Harm Morgan Junior Annlor Warden.warden. Northbound. ...... .. .... .. .... .... ............from tout of Catherine Street Jacksonville JNO. S. BOWEN, White Springs, FlaNKW .
A ...1! Ante Train. -.r.
J. M. Dlxon, Triamirar. '
J. R. Walker, Henretary. At the /went iiutomoblle show In
J.I:.(M.i.: Black Taylor. CliaplAln.Senior IMmoon. Paris, which was' opened under the Clyde St. Johns River Line. YOKK.

R. E. Blots Junior Donaon. patinnngo of President' Lonber. n note- (DeHary Line.)
O. H. Walton Senior Steward.A. .
A, Stewart, Junior Steward. worthy exhibit: win n novel 1 motor BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND.SANFOUD.

V,.W.HohertH: Tyler.F. train Including n locomotive and several Stopping/ Palatka Actor, St. frauds, Horesfonl (DaLanil), and intermediate land- Hotel Broadway and 41st :Street:; ,
M. Woolen. Marshal I ears III'YI'! Ilnrpor's, Wirkly.. By ings on the at.Jobu'n Ilivur. Vendome
-- ---- nn Ingr-nloUH' method of coupling the STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE" NEW YORK: CITY.:

Lesion of the Chicago Holocaust. trnln ('hl n turn ('orll'I'1f.ltllout the aid Is appointed to null an follow: Leave Jacksonville,Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30: p.m.
Though at frightful", cost the Chicago of mils. A Jointed rt-tivingshaft connectlns Returning leave BanfurcJ, Monday, Wednesdays. and Fridays:::10 a. m. FIREPROOF. :800 rooms single and en suite with private baths and toil
till trail BUllth-Henu"l NorthBoundLtunu rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good looms 1.ISO; large rooms *;2' and witjHotel
transmits the SCJlKnULE
holocaust in likely to teach the American powerof down Read II p. private bath $:1 50 per day and upwards. The management in under the psooal

people a valuable and wholesome' the. locomotive to nil the cars turn- Leave. 33011. .... ...... i snv Ile. ..... .......... .... ... .\rrlv.. :t1 00 i a. ii: supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, Manager
In;? two whpoM on PIIC'I.' and by n con. Leave 84 p. III. ........t..J........ .. ....l'alatka... ....... ........... .... .. Leave 8 CO p. m.
lesson. There has unquoHtloimbly) been Leave 3 UtIR.lU, ...... ...... ... .. .. ...... Astor .. ......... .. ..... ... Leave :tool..m.
trlvnncc tinder the control of the engineer Leave "ooa.m. ........ ... ...... .8t. Francis .:...... .... .... ... Leave loop.m
gross and In many liiHtnnceH criminal wich.' car In turning makes exactly: leave ...... ... .. ...Bereelnrd (Uel..nd)) :.. ..... ..... ...... I."ve. 121HI 1.01>0.
laxity In the enforcement of laws and Ihr .. Arrive 830.. m. .. ..... .... ........ .... .. S"ror.1 .. ...... ... .... ..I..ave. 930 a. m.
sumo are n tilt locomotive.Opaac \ Arrive 111IIOo.ln.: ?. .................. .....Enterprise............... ......... ... Leave 10 HJ ,. m. Marlborough
ordinances for the protection -of the
people at places of public assembly not Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W Bay St., Jacksonville. ,

,only in Chicago but other Titles and P. M. IRONMONGER, Met Qen. Pan*.Agt. 204 West Hay .Jacksonville. Fla.
cold In :6th! and 37th NEW YORK.
a 21 hours. bronchitis Broadway Streets
cures Coughs W. Cl.COOriCR., Local Prt.AEt.; Jarkaonvllle\ C. P. LOVKLL, Superintendent Jacksonville. ,
town throughout the country. and the catarrh, la grippe, neuralgia and foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville F.... 400 Rooms 3DO bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights.; Co
Iroquols theater triwdy culls attention headache, together with all peverlsh A.O. HAOERTT. Oen'l East'n ran.*. AKt. New, York. CLYIJB MILNE, Gen. Frt. Agt.; New York. ducted on American and European plans, and Is managed under the persona;
General WAI. f CLYHK!: A CO. General
T1IKU.!: O. KOKIt.: Manager.!: ,. Agent
to this laxity in such a startling and conditions of the system. They gently Choselirougb Building/: le State St., Opposite llattery Park New .ork. supervision of the owner.

terrible manner that Its lesson can open the bowels without griping aot on C. WALTON.TAeeiit, Titusvllle, Fla.Atlantic E. S. CROWELL, Manager.;
the liver tone up the system and cause
hardly fall to be -- ----- --------- ----
deeply Impressed upon colds, fevers and headocbe to disappearlike

the public inlnd. Throughout the country magic. They do not cause ringing
there la n universal disposition to In the heed. Price 2L ots. Ked Cross F: FI. S. .I..E.
Pharmacy. Coast Line
examine local conditions in the light of R'y.

the Chicago disaster and to begin ngltatlrn -
Servants In Germany
which will render our theaters It Is dlllictilt in Germany for a professional '
Hotel with Seven and
safer lu tho future Tapers every. rogue to enter a family as a 'I, The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Cottages ic

where echo the statement made by the domestic servant. There every servant Acres of La.nd.
TO THE 13AST.
rittsburg Dispatch that- has a character book, in which the mistress -
Over Us own rails to Savannah:! ,Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thence
r must enter the dates of the
The fearful example at Chicago should comIng via the Pennsylvania Kallroad. "
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cause every city In the Innd to Inspect It. and leaving of the servant, with t
theaters, and It any of thorn fall short of her character while In service. This TO TIIK WI ST.

the requirement of surety, to make them the girl is obliged to take to the nearest The Louisville' Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile A Ohio R. R.
conform to the stiindaid In H '
every respect. \ -. .. _..Jf'f'yW.sWw't! *iiHrJS
police station and have It dated
In several cities theaters have/ been TO Till; EAST; VIA STEAMSHIP.
with the official stamp, thus preventing
cloned and nmiuiKrrs arrested because the manufacture of bogus rccoinmen- Via Havannali and Ooean Steamship Company for New York, Phlladeldhia, Bos-
they have not complied with the build- fl..tln". ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore. Via 6a-
vannah and Merchants' and Mlneis'Transportlalon Company for Balti-
lug laws. It develops' as might be expected more and Philadelphia.TO .

that all our cities have In the

main adequate laws the aim of which ProverbsU KEY WEST AND HAVANA. **? ** 4wM3i

Is to render public places of amusementns Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company.
tli
sate as possible, but that every- 4 r a" rl i te YdSA Yy
Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points
whore, with possibly a few exceptions, '

these laws are obeyed in a perfunctory the butter won't lUILI AGE TJCJn:T8. ,5 3 14ikalS+1 ";lt 4 c4 Aittit !

manner It at all, that exits are constantly come in the Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the prIncI- .ire a,4tt4'F' + ;,1 i 'f.4t ij} ..1i
locked that "usbostus put a penny sale the principal ,
kept cur- pal railroads In the southern states are on by agents.

talus" are often made of painted bur churn is an old time 'dairy For reservations and Information apply' to agents of the A. C. I.., or write,

lap and that in many cases stages and proverb. I It often seems to FRANK BOYLSTON Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Agt.
auditoriums arc separated only by 138 West Bay St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
wooden partitions. work though no one has ever n. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Oen'l. Pass. Agent.
WILMINGTON, N C.SE .
. :More effective means of emptying told why. ._
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playhouses is, In the opinion of tho
When mothers are worried
Boston Transcript, the Improvementthat JB<> : I> Located at 8ARNO three quaters ot a mile south of EAU GALL:, FLORIj
because the children do ..
should be especially sought. It not a.
DA, on the Eau Gallle River, less than half a mile from the Indian River, and two

says: gain strength and flesh we AIR LINE RAILWAY. and a half mile from the Ocean. The property is two hundred miles south o|

What we want I. not "fireproof theater Jacksonville on the Floiida East Coast Railway, with the Railroad Station adjoining
*. but panlo proof theater We can- say give them Scott's Emul
the erected In and some of them have nave
not prevent panic., but we can build so property. Buildings 181)0
that they shall be without reasonable ex- S1011. 1 been occupied the original owner having died a few months after their completion J
and that resultant dangers shall FOR-
CUM so The hotel was opened for about two mouths prior to the owner's death an :
be reduced almost It not quite to the vanishing It is like the penny in the
: point. SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, has not been used since. All the buildings were erected In the most substantla
milk because, it works and
The Philadelphia Ledger agrees with WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK, manner and are now in excellent condition. The hotel and cottages are complete

this opinion but admits that- because there is something ly t."rnillheet. and very !little of the furniture has ever been used. There are I tw

even If theater exits were larger and artesian wells twenty cisterns' connected, with sewer etc.
more numoroun It would do little good astonishing about it. Tvlo Elegant Trains Dally .I| The property cost the original owner $44O: and will\ be sold at a sacrifice J

because by which people they remember came, and only all the ru.h way Instinctively Scott's Emulsion .is simplya Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. The above cut fairly l'eprrMt'ntsthe property.For .

toward the one main entrance. milk of cod liver oil particulars apply to or address
Tbat audlehce should be dismissed pure PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
regularly MODERN
EZRA F. HATCH D. L. OAULDEN, Wit A. WARNOCK,
through all the different exits to
accustom. the public to their u.e I. suggested. with some hypophosphites ONLY LINE Operating Dully Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans Caretaker on premises' Attorney for Owner Agent for Owner,

especially prepared for delicate Eau lallle. Florida. Titusville., Fla Jamaica, N.
In the opinion of the New York Evening -
stomachs. For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent
Post, "the one point from which

the public must' not bo diverted" Is Children take to it naturally Seaboard, or write cH-:: s BI TTILXE <5S co.aft .

that theater however A. O. MACDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. kS. C. BOYLSTON,-Pass. Agt. FLA.
a tire started has because they like the taste a SIB w. Ray St., JACKSONVILLE. .
tone of combustible mutter to feed ou. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

and the remedy takes just as y
Managers will put such matter Into -- -
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theaters HO long ". the law permit them
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to do so with Impunity Thoy are not naturally to the children be- FULL 4A
mn of murderous intention yet In their Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company. Fuw.
recltl88""!.". or ignorance they may be cause it is so perfectly adaptedto
aUuost as dangerous as an Insane
with homicidal proclivities. liut all person the their warlts. I'nlteil mate Fut Mall Route For- k 1 1A

r'lfJJon..lbIUty doi>. nut Feet upon them. For all weak and pale and KEY WEST, CUBA AND THE \ KSt: INDIES, VIA PORT TAMPA: AND MIAMI: FLA. EXPRESS .EXPAE35
Tb. public can defend Itself If It chooses '
.. In.11110' D oelllll r-O9lV'1-! a hbjeet to change mud individual postponement PREPAID
> PAfPAID.
the lllni! ,
through legislatures. If It cannot thin children Scott's Emulsionis Proposed without notice j ::111 -4 _
bs roused on such an occasion a. this to
demand the enactment and enforcementof MIAMI-HAVANA (DIRECT) LloiF.I. : rr

penal Hws compelling the proper chemical the most satisfactory treat. ..,. M\ laml.Thutsday., 8un.lay.OO.: m f.T Havana. ...Fridays. 1\'nd..y..4JO\ : p m
treatment of all stage trappings, it Arll..v.n, .. Frl.htys l Mondays; .TOO a m At Miami. ...Salimla}.,Tue...Ujr. ..4OO: ]> m III$42?
DlJWlt take the consequents. ment. MIAMI-KEY! WEST LJ.VK-

That Chicago. la taking to heart the We will send you Ivtlllaml.Toes, Thur., flat .5OOam: I.v Key Went....WelFrtPlln .....6-flOkm:
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Sr Key Went. .:Tue., Thnr. nit ID00: pin Ar Miami .w.dtn.Sun.eeepmPaseengen :
IcusoH of her overwhelming disaster is the penny, / e., a holding round trip ticket can occupy .tateroom aboard while chip remain! at see.i .

apparent In the rigid/: Inquiry which is sample free. Key Wees.PORrtAMPAKEY.
y WES'r-HAVAN: .V LlXE- I Doz 45at
being made Into the cause and responsibility Pr.' 7"fl B. lure that this plctura In Lr naTana..TaeTbar>>. at..I.M n'n
for the Iroiitiois the form o' a laber i on the IYJ>nr.T"ml..f\un.Tne..Thllfll' HIS: p m .. ... .
catastrophe ol bottle otlunuhion jir Key We,.....Mon.. Wed. Sri .ft:3i* p i n* Ar Key W..t..Tu. Thlln.I'aC. 8.10pm '
aad the precautions being taken to pro- wrapper every buy. Lv Key Weel.... ton; We.1. Fri *::3O u m LYKeyw..t..T1''tTbl1ra.I'a' ...IO:30pm Dnrvwco fOR : ,
you .... is
A r Havana.....TueaTburi, &t a:.DO a nl 0:30 p n> +
vent its recurrence. The Mitcngo t l':vrn-
e SCOTT & BOWNE. MIAM1NASSAU:: UXK $
Ing Post u(>provelIu.or:: Harrison's Chemists : ..., Wed, FrlAr a-nnnm: Lv Ne.eau.Ttes" Thnn. St;.... IOOJtm: I29.9
cotton lu closing/ all the other theatersIn Miami..Mon.....u...TueeThureSat e:JO p"at Ar Miami." ...Wed, .-rl. 8......... ...- ,:till a IQ o0
Pearl St., N. Y.
409
f'blcuKO pending their absolute compliance For 1'I'te8. descriptive booklet or.ttu-r Information call on railroad ticket a*mt or addiea*. Agents for the Pabst Co.
with existing laws, but It adds Po and'.oo| all c1ruaJ1 18. CB&IU.A: L. MYKBS, Manager,JacOonTill,ria lirewiuj








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LARGEST AND BEST! YE R.HOUNf IIOTE1..

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WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. -
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American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened I,,

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street cars pass the door. Rates, 2.00 Mrs.to $2.50 A. J.per WALKER day. Proprietor. : HARRY L. BEEMAN, Owner and Manager. T ': : ,,1 I


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American and Eur:>pean. Every department modern.
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Near all car lines. Rates, $2: to $2.50 per day. > :;I ICD I ? Hotel. ; .

European plan 75cts, $1 and up one pArson. I g 9 > i '
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8 M ::' f INDIAN RIVER Il.oolJC.loea.BO: 'lci.TIIE .
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. | ",' I: rM. 1 f -' '_--- '
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New Main\ and Adams Streets ..
Victoria'Cor o:c "''cstn."; 0-'' SI ............ liitiiilfloino' ;;modern hotel; i-i loeixttul; ;J:;the hanks. of the famous Indian :
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Z 2.w "n! SM D- /I '- .... I River, In the mlilxt of an HI n) acre bearing orange grove. Steam heat In t
JACKSONVILLE'S NEW MODERN OTT'r.- S % ;' B::: f every mom, sillies' with hath; altered rainwater; locution! conceded by
O CI"O.* 't < everyone the bent In Kockledgo; J' II"t Const Railway depot In the hotel
Everything new; centrally located; elegant/ suites with private baths. 6'0 & t ground. Oranges free. to I the Liberal management niul rates
guosU.
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Rates 111 11G
: American $2 to fl: ; European, rooms "octs and upwards. S I (JqHCD r o Accommodations for 2IK) I
Special Rates to Commercial Travelers. E. ;T _. :i ... 8. If. PECK, Manager.
R KIXLER, en = .
Prop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel. gW ..., I'
O 5'a 001." o Summer Reaort-THB NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. Petookey Mich.
:- Q _, iMMituit rwtortol the. (lr..Ht LMk,,_Opuii Jiinu tu UciloUir. :
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Everett Hotel co
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Centrally located. Thoroughly Repaired and Renovated. gS.go New Rockledge Hotel I! I I :

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Newly Furnished. Rooms only. M (Jq... 6 CD ... !.4
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New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ." CI. CI, .c. *
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-On the American and European Plan- P1 g, '- Orchestra Casino, Bowling Alleys Etc. .. :' I'
Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant o o :;t Ii' : 1:
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and up.All- cars form Union Station stop at the door. -.:": O":!, pcm'c.). CD So '- H. R. SHARES, Proprietor. f f t

II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. ::J cs"go (;' "=" Y. ETITUSVI __ ._u __ _
The beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove: Springs, is under the gq w l' -, "'"' -5: JKNHKN.WAYSIDE :
same management. (, ..c.. Jij: .'
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ST. AUGUSTINE of Pineapple Belt rlam' .
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IJ.I riiolcn lociiflon on the h11nka of the Indlnii Klvor. Near the ocean. Large i f, J
ton ,, '"'iriilM'' with tropical' litHngo. Excellent lulling. and I hunting/ Terms, $2
[ BUIDIn6 to $;-Jt 00 |>ur aIIY.iPllcllll/ weekly rates. t t
INDIAN: :: : RIVER: :: :: :30TELI, CHAt! M. COSS Proprietor.
ON-THK-iyi>IAN-HIVEK. ''I t'

iSq Po AND rrBPOSTOFIICE.ndPLAZA! ST OEOIWe STREETS .:10 c.T: AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA TITUSVILLE, -- WKST! I'ALM nl ACII. -- I /i J ,

1I0it e.ntral locatiop ID the e1t7' Strictly ftreproof. 8..t7 fine room. well FLORIDA. -- ''I.
rurnlohed. Roo.... oul7' Open November to Jun. "ddre.. a. above.ORMOND I LaGRANGE-SEMINOLE HOTEL; ; PALM DKACH,
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J. O. BAST Proprietor FLORIDA.Fronting .

BEAC on Lake Worth overlooking the Royal Poinciana. ( )I '

DUCK SHOOTING. MRS. OEO. C. LaGRANGE!!:, Manager. 'Ui 'I

TIle Inn OKMOND BEACH, FLORIDA. : d and FISHING. American Plan. $2.ni< f 2 50 ami $3.0O per day. Special low rate by week or

*.1 r" Rates: $S 60 per day. month. Accommodation; aIM!( ). Open the entire year ,1 :'f

$10 and $12 per week. The same standard excellence of cuisine maintained which made i 'if
Open December to May. Car line from Ormond Station to Hotel the LaGranKe-Columbla; Hotel, ArTerne-by-the flea, L. I., the I .
"nond. :New England help.. $3.00: per day; $17.50:; per week. -- -- most renowned and patronized seaside hotel. i 'li i :

ANDERSON & PRICE HOTEL COMPANY, Proprietors. ROCK LEDGE. .
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homelike hotel I. well appointed giving the comfort without the cost of :
The Ridgewood DAYTONA. FLORIDA. UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. the more expensive ones. Fronting on beautiful Lake Worth, opposite the J '. I
SURROUNDED BY A LARGE ORANGE UKOVfi. Royal Polnclana lIot..l.VIaMe waitresses and cooks from White Mountains. '
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Electric: lights/ and bells. Cuisine the very best. Rates, $2 to $3 per day. j I
Located In the South ELECTRIC LIGHTS THROUGHOUT HOTEL AND GARDEN special by the week. Address 'TIIE PALMS," West I'alm Beach, Fla. J'' .
on Ridgewood Avenue-the most beautiful avenue
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
ACCOMMODATIONS!:* ;300. -"-' .
Private Baths. Electric Lighted. Northern help throughout the house. RATES: $3 AND UPWARDS PER DAY. "f

CbeBtra. E. D. LANOWORTUT, Proprietor. BOATING, I17.50' AND UPWARDS PER WEEK.EXCELLENT THE PARK COTTAGE, WEST: PALM BEACH KLA. ? +; ?'I; ,.



Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all the HERBERT I.FISHING. LEGO Proprietor.AND HUNTING. Now Open. Under new management.Overlook Lake Worth. J ,' ".

Transient Ratee, $2 to $ .50 per day! 1 I.
Proprietor of Laural! House Haloes Falls, CaUklll
Mountains, N. Y. a Special Weekly Rates. '

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; cm/ a; 5 i THE BALTIMORE FIRE! i -' MORGAN & BRANNING

Capt. P. Nelson, of South Tltusville, ,
JEWELERS!:>> AND SILVERSMITHS, : -X- gave a launch party to several friends on FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS I

41 Went Bay Street, : To Our Fire Insurance Patrons. Wednesday. It was an Ideal day, the
TItusvllIe Fla.Representing .
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JACKSONVILLE: ( FLORIDA temperature In the shade being about
We have received information from tbe Insurance : 71) with a pleasant southeast wind
stock in this section of :
Largest country.; : Companies. represented by us that they lost but : blowing. The launch started off shortly iYSbRgN

Established In 18(18.( fI.s lightly >In the great Baltimore fire. Some of our after nine o'clock a. m., and headed for The Liverpool & London & Globe CC
Send for descriptive catalogue.AUTOMOBILES. : the Haulover .Canal, about nine miles NCE
comrD Insurance Co.
panics did no business in the State of Maryland, ] north of Tltusville, where a first-claws _

: c.6) those doing business that state lost but lightly- dinner was prepared and partaken of at The Hartford Fire Insurance Co. tie
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:* less than in the Jacksonville fire-which will make no : the W. II. McFarland bunting camp. The JEtna Insurance Co. s !IR 11

perceptible effect on their surplus. Fishing; In the Canal and visiting various The Continental Fire Insurance Co.

SCHUYLER &. WILSON. points of interest whiled away the home time The nome Insurance Co., of N. Y.
*: very pleasantly, and all returned
Q37 Those carrying policies with us, need feel no uneasl- the same evening,delighted with the trip. The Phenix Fire Insurance Co. evw _;-

WINTON, TOURING CARS, : ness, as we Insure only In time tried and Ore tested cornpanles. : The Fireman's Fund Insurance Co.
WHAT C A
*' CURED
STEVEN 1.DUltYEA and *' LECTURE BY' DR. SELLEN. The Pennsylvania Insurance Co. MAYBE

OLOSMOBILES.GASOLINE +**. .*.*.**..*..**..****.....*..*.*..*...***.****** The Georgia Home Insurance Co ENDURED."
I The Rochester-German Insur. Co. It you're Insured, for then the win.
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ENGINES::!, MARINE, Dr..Mary E. Sellen, a popular lecturer, Norwich Union Fire Ins. Society. Ing out of your house, shop of factory

STATIONARY and PORTABLE. ONE CENT A WORD A COB WEB PARTY. made an Interesting talk to the ladles of Northern Assurance Co., of Eng. by fire means only a temporary Incon'vcnlence

the Titusville Progressive Culture Club, Home Life Insurance Co., of N. Y. -your loss Is made good; and

FOR SALE-2)4 horse power, 4 Cycle,, Miss Mabel Berge, of North Titusvllle, In tbelr rooms over the Postofflce, Monday Oermanla Life Insurance Co. you can start afresb with the money

Gasoline Marine Engine, price, $115.00(). gave.a cob-web party to several friends afternoon. There was a large attendance Union Casualty. & Surety Go. any of our staunch and sterling ur
Advertisements In this column will be and Dr. Sellen the ladles will
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gave Fidelity & Deposit Co., of Maryland ance companies pay you
honor of Mr. prompt-
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b horse power, 4 Cycle, Double Cyllndei r Inserted at the uniform rate of One on Wednesday night, In some sound and appreciated advice. "Surety Bonds." ly on proof of loss.Branning .
Bond of who
E. Farmlndale N. J., left ,
Gasoline Marine Engine, price $ 2ii.UO) :; Cent a Word. advertisement, how Dr. Sellen left, Thursday afternoon,
for home the train
this Includes shaft, propeller wheel magnetos ever small, less than 20 cents, each in on early the morning hurriedly yes for St. Augustine. She was greatly Read our list of corapanys and we & Morgan ,
terday. Although party was -
advance each insertion. Orders for discontinuance ; pleased\ with Titusville the climate of '
are sure there will be no policies Fire and Life
batteries and colls. Them there few Insurance
spark t I gotten up, were quite a present Agents,
must be made In writing. which, she sayS;Is superior to any placeon
engines are made and guaranteed by the, Hend check, money order or stamps to who very enthusiastically took partIn the East Coast, and that she will re- Issued only by our firm. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
the cob-web )
Grant Ferris Co., of Troy, New York. EAST,COAST ADVOCATK,Titusvllle,-Fla. Intricately unweaving arranged and carried, as previously through turn here at no distant date. -------

sitting room, bedrooms, up the staircase .
J. K; WALKER. H. B. MACE
LAUNCHES FOR SALE AND CHOICE PIECES OF REAL ESTATE and on the balcony. Excitement was CANDIDATES ARE COMING. r, r
for sale by E. A. Waddell, real estate !great as to who would be the first to "

BOUGHT and SOLD on COMMISSION dealer, Mlami.Fla.WANTEDA reach the end of tbelr string; and as It
was a warm night, handkerchiefs were Tomorrow evening In the Titnsville J. R. WALKER & GO

reliable man for good position I much In order to wine the perspiration Opera house, our townspeople will havean .
TUB WHITE GASOLINE ENGINE, Good pay; salary or commis off the faces of the participants. The opportunity to listen to candidates -DEALERS IN-

Marine, Portable and Stationary, Manu-. sion. Address with stamp. 1). II. Cal- end came at last, and the winners of the for office in the Second Congressional
factured by The Globe Iron Works, of, lln, Fodtorla, Ohio. 20-3 prizes were t Master Russell Norwoodand district These aspirants for office opened Dry Goods,
Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. C. II. Walton. the campaign at Miami on Wednesday
evening, and were at West Palm
Next followed oontest-
a guessing
STORE TO LET-In the
The Wizard Jump Hpark Magnet price, ADVOCATE: four advertisements, from magazines, Beach yesterday. Today they will be at Furniture
Building, TItusvllIe, Fla., suitable Fort Pierce. On Monday they will be In ,
$14. Apple Dynamos $18. for any kind of business-Apply to having been given to each participant,
C. H. Walton ADVOCATE office who had to write the names of the firms Sanford. _
These engines and automobiles are Shoes etc.
to whom they belonged. ''At the conclusion
carried In stock, and can be delivered of the contest,several were foundto SENATOR M. S. QUAY.It r

promptly by TWO THOUSAND AMOOR RIVER have tied, and upon drawing for same,
Privet, $23.00 per 1.000; Strong plants.L. Mr. A. M. first and Mr. G
Rogers got AGENTS FOR-
The Florida Motor Co, CAMERON, the seedsman, L. Mandavllle got the booby prize. is stated to the. that-notwithstanding Matt.all
reports contl'ary-8enator
Jacksonville, Fla.
Pit and vocal and Instrumental music
S. Quay, who has been at St. Lucle forseveral CONTINENTALTAILORING
Box I. DAYTON, FLA. I were also In order during the evening.
weeks Is a much Improvedman
past,
PERSONAL middle aged man Refreshments were served in the din y
after his rest and not the sick man
wishes to correspond with home loving ing-room to which nil did ample justice.
z=L. L. :MOTZaOW.: ; the reports in Philadelphia made him CO. :
lady. Object, Matrimony. Address The party terminated about 11:30: all ;
1 out to be. He Is out doors as much as
H. Stanwood, Vlntondale, Pa. had most
voting they spent a enjoyable
possible goes fishing frequently, f Is taking TIlE BEST CLOTHES !
% \ evening.! good care of himself, and his family
JOHN own book. Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. Berge, Mr. Eugene; think he has Improved very much since 1.

Memorial edition. Agents wanted In Berge and Miss Mabel Berge receivedthe coming here lIe has had no doctors
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every city and county. 100,000( copies guests. attendance. John R. Walker & Co, 6.
will be sold. Agents should apply Among those present were: Misses

1 quickly (or territory. The Martin & Annie Norwood Jeannette Wilson, Kate TITUSVILLE. ....
Hoyt Co., Atlanta, Ga. 3t; Stewart, Annie Jones, Willie May Gould. MR. MIMS HAS MOVED.R. .
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Ethel Wilson and Frankie Stewart; and
/ IIIUIr Messrs. J. E. Bond C. E. Long, C. 11. ...NNN...N.N.NNNN.NN.N..N.N.N..N....
J. M. SANDERS COCOA, FLA.-Deal, E. Minis, Jr., who has had a black.
and Walton, G. L. MandavtlleA. M. Rogers, 11 Morgan & Branning, Proprietors. E. R. Blakewood Registered Drugglt.RED .
er in staple fancy Groceries, Hay- Russell Norwood and Will Mathers.! smith and general repair shop In Tltus i
Grain, Feed and Fertilizers. Dry'goods; ville for several years, has paoked up all
and Notions, Ladies' and Children's his belongings and left for Fort Pierce. l
I RaIYNh Hats, and a full line of Millinery and CHURCH NOTICES. We wish Mr. Mime every success In his

Dress !goods.P1UNGAND. new field of labor.
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_-\ There Is now an excellent opening in PHARMACY J JTntrSVlLLJE

;,;;,!!,111""" BUMMER MILLINERYnow There will be preaching at the Methodist Titusvllle for a good blacksmith and
ready. Also beautiful line of l church, Titusvllle, next Sunday, at wagon builder. ,

'Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, Laces and Embroideries, Cluny Bands, 11 a. m., and 7:30: p. m. All are Invitedto FIXmiDA. :

Ales, Stout, Eto. Edges; All-overs. Medallions, etc. New attend. AFTER TARPON.

"B3r;I; 8end me your orders! dress goods and notions of all kinds. Rev. E. O. Hartlett, I>. D., of Rhoda. -A Complete Stock of- :

TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. A first class Milliner and Dressmaker Inland, will deliver lecture on the Mr. Chas. F. Naething, of New York, i i!
_____u__ In charge. J.. M. Sander,.Cocoa, Fla. "Beauties of the Bible" on next Sunday one of the owners of the house-boat, PURE DRUGS AD DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES

-- -- ----- evening at 7m.: () This Is Bible Sunday, Rose Marie, of Titusvllle, has returned 1; gJ0- Prescriptions Filled With the t

J. L. l\IOllLEY, WilY USE: OLD STYLE BLOCKS, and similar services will be held through home from a trip to Porto Rico and other I. Utmost Care und Promptitude.__ T
when'you can buy the bent Self-Lock- out the land. He will also bold services places. He will be on Indian River some
TITUSVILLE, FLA. lug Tackle Blocks at nearly the same at Rockledge at 11 a. m. time this month, and sail down, to Bay WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER $

Contracts for all klndn. of Painting Kal- pi loo. Now in use in the United Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Blscityne, on boaid the Rose Marie, to Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School 1 Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes,

somlnlng, Staining, Finishing and PaperHanging Mates Army and Navy Departments. divine service, on Sunday next, In St. have a hand In hauling In tarpon.W. Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candles, and all other articles kept *
Examine: them at Prltohnrd & Sons, or T Z
; at the meet reasonable price Marks church, Cocou, at 11 a. m., and In by up-to-date drug stores.
the AUVOOATE otUoe, TItusvllIe. KIT"1: we /give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders. .
consistent with good! workmanship St. Gabriels church, Titusvllle, at 7:30:
The Ruv. John H, Converse of J. BRYAN'S SPEECH. ......... ...........................................
p. m. ,
All Work on the East Coast YOUNG CHICKS I 1-100 or more, lOots Philadelphia, will hold services In St. .. .. ..-- --
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each, ten days old, safely shipped four Mr. J. M. Barrs, one of the candidatesfor
Gabilels church Titusville at J 11 I
a. m.
-.rrT'US"V'ILLE: : : LI'V'7Exv: : ST.AI3LE.::
Is Especially Solicited. weeks after ordered. Now la the timeto Congressional honors, Informs us ,
hatch for next wluter layers, when Bishop Gray's visitations. of the churches that he Is having piloted, In pamphletform r
Let me know what you want and get; my egg are high. Brooders made to order under Archdeacon B. F. Brown, copies of William J. Bryan's great '
estimate on It. Prompt attention for southern climate. Recipe for will be as follows: March, Oth Stuart; speech, delivered In Jacksonville on February FEED AND SALTS SADDLE HORSES,

given to all work. Sore-head, 25cts.: Eggs; for batching; 10th. All Saints Jensen; llth, St. Paul's, 10th, and that he will send a copy ""
now ready, $1 for 13.: Blair's Egg J Eden-Tibbals; 18th, Melbourne, am to anyone requesting it. ...STABLES... BUGGIES,

\Villiam Ilindlc Farm, Merritt, Fla. Eau Gallic, p. m.; 20th Consecration of
St. Andrew's church Ft. Pierce, a. m., BAGGAGE r b SURREYS,
St. Mark's church, Cocoa, 7iO; p. m.; MARRIED IN TITUSVILLE.Mr. ul
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WALTON SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS. 23th; :St. Gabriel's, 'l'ltu vl1le, 11 a. m. TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS of

WORKER.[ Patented In all countiles. Only tackle and 7:::10 p. m.SCHOOL. D. D. Rawlins and Miss Cora Mt
block of the kind lu the world. Fitted HAULING.KTC.TITUSV1LLE: ..all kinds..
Pallicer of New marriedin
Smyrna: were
Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. with the celebrated Vinton Roller Tltusville on last Saturday. afternoon,
Boarer. Useful in any place where EXERCISES Mr. John Henry, notary public, performing J. W. OSBAN & SON,
GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE hoisting Is done. With these blocks\ .
office.FLORIDA.
Back of GPO.
; the ceremony. The couple came M. Robblns
do the work of two.
one man can
The literary the down on the :3:14: train In he afternoonand --
MADE TO ORDER. exercises of -
TANKS regular ----
Thousands sold in the north. Call -------- -- --
and seo them In working order at this Titusville High: School: will be held on returned that night.

Your Patronage Is Solloltod.t office, or the store of J ns. Pritchard & Friday afternoon of this week. Besides E. L. :se:: D &:, ::seO.:: ,

COCOA, FLA.Ilodbson Son, TItusvllIe. the regular exercises there will be a debate PAINTING THE STORES.
t on tbe'8ubject: Resolved, That It -DEALERS IN'-

L> Is more expensive to dress a boy than a PRODUCTS
rayiii GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD ,
Bros girl. The public generally la invited. J. L. Mobley, whose ad. will be foundon ,

; Draylng or hauling of all I inds prompt- rnuoRAM. our 6th page, had a force of men employed We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS.We .

attended to. Meeut all trains. Stove Sonar ... .. PoctntjrHuultatlnn the end of last week, painting the deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consum-
I KAU OALL1E INDIAN RIVER, FLA. ly ::,:::::::::::::::::'::::'Ethel i i Wilson fronts of the two stores In the ADVOCATR: delivered at station.
Write for Grain and all Groceries your
wood for sale at all times. Recitation....... ........ ....,... .Mooe. ......._k building;, which now look as neat and ars. us prices on ,
Marine Railway. E. II. MOLTEN.( Titusvllle. Reoltattnn... .. ....._.., .., Klltt: Kl,ct clean store in town.A E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Hmiir .... .........,...Primary Popurlnifint, as any
General Merchants and! Ship Chandlers. HUlling ........ .,....". ......,Knnalil .'....n"ley little more paint on the houses of ---,--------------------.--.-
For Sale at Gcorginnn, Florida. Recitation.. ."., ..,........"......Wilson l Taylor non-residents would Improve their
..Special: Facilities.. Knur< ....... ....,..._........Gen(JolonunIteunstlon ap-
.... ....,.., ........ '...Kilno. Boys pearance.TITUSVIl.l.E'S W. E. GOLDSMITH
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing 1 13 acres Improved land, centrally located Recitation....... ,_....,....... Carrie Origin ,
frontage of 14 rods on Indian River. Recitation...................Jeanette Norwood FISH CATCHES
Yachts and Launches. ..
Recitation I
Leland
Contains line young orange grove; In limitation: I :::::::::::,:::: ':::Willie: May Ixwlejr(Jonlil -Dealer In-

Mention the ADVOOATH when writing bearing. Address, T. n, CIIAmtlln: Hesitation...,_..,....... .... .... ...Dan flannel STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
Kla. Easter Carlile Large; catches of fish have been madeIn ,
lint Georglaua, ,
Composition" .,....." ....." ,.... )Merl Scoble this section of Indian River, the past ,
-- --- -.-- DEBATE.Bubjont few weeks local fisherman. Last PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS
by our _
Robbins & Graham Co TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
I 'ReMolYe'that It costs more to dress month there were 400 barrels of various
Stanley Kitcl'iingDealer a girl than a lay'Amrntattve Negative kinds of fish shipped from Titusvllle. .

(Incorporated) ('harieyWalker. tenomCouanl, It Is said that Titusville Is shippingmore
In- Norris Frnwher Jeannette Wilson fish, daily than any other point on INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.04: Harry Drake, Leona Carruthen. the East Coast.DEATH .
Thlscompany owns FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY,CIGARS, Ronald Frensley\ won In the contest of FLA.

Tobacco, Pipes, Candles, Fancy China composition writing In his grade, Sixth Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity. -Sacked or loose. Special attention
LAND s., and Temperance Drinks grade, Titnsville High :School. OF MRS. BLOXHAM. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .

The' following brands of cigars deliveredat T. WETMORE Proprietor.PALMETTO .
L the Indi.in Rivet Country; On the St. $J.25: ; per box of 50: The many Florida friends of Mrs. Wm. ------
EASTERN STAR MEETING.The M. Bloxhnm, wife of Ex-Governor Blox-
Lode River at New River and Smokers
; on Bay Humboldt, Key West Premos,
bam, of Tallahassee will regret to learnof
Bisoayne. Prices to suit the times. Cremo, Cubanas, t'olialakl. her death, which occurred on Wednesday FIBRE

Send for Land List. Flinch Cards,30c.; Hand Made Palmetto regular meeting of Friendship morning, after a short illness."
hats, 25o.: Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Star, The people of Florida sincerely sympathize

Offices at Tltusvlllo and Miami, Fla.eon.ea STUART, FLORIDA. took place on Tuesday evening in the with Gov. Bloxbam In bill sad loss.
Chapter room, Titusvllle, when, among For Mattresses.u _
other matters of Interest to the three lady candidates were balloted for ON A FISHING CRUISE.
East Coast Meat .Market and they will Initiated Into the Order on

Tuesday evening, Match 15th, when Capt. J. M. Larllo, of the house-boat, i-:ALTElF'D'L: : .A.JSTJ: : :) OLE.AN.:
O. F. DUREN, Agent. full attendance of members I Is earnestly ROSA Marie, has gone on a cruise to St.

requested. LucIe Inlet, to Huh for mackerel, sheeps-
a: ct: The Initiation will be follow el! |by mu. head, etc., with hook and line Made of the leaf of the Saw Palmetto

Have examined and fitted sic and a banquet In the Chapter room,
your eyes U2ct Q given by the lady members.A I Tax :Notice. Sold In bales of 60-lbs., 100( )-lbs., and 150lbs.Price .

by the expert. : p'v

DR. O. L. MANDAVILLE, -
Thoughtful Man.
tJ Taxpayers of Titusville, take notice
Titusvllle, Florida. M. M. Austin, of Winchester, Ind., that the tax books of the Town of Tttutvllle only 2 Cents per pound-

o.rDC knew what. to do in the hour of need. will close on the first Friday In

:p- When answering advertisements I His wife had such an unusual: case of April being the let day of the month. I

In these columns, you would confer a Ab 'stomach and liver trouble, physician The tax books will remain open at the
favor by saying; you saw the advt. In the .-.. ::1 could not. help her. He thought: of and Court-house every week day until the The Indian River Fiber Co.

EAST COAST ADVOCATE. By so doing CA. C'a= tried Dr. King's; New Life Pills and she. above date.V..
you will receive better attention from In I got. relief at once and was finally cured.Only T. WORLBT --
the advertisers.\ TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. 23c: at Red Cross Pharmacy. 3farshatand Collector. MELBOURNE, FLORIDA.






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