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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 11, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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38. NO. 3. TITUSVILL.E FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1OO4. PRICE. Co. ]
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LOCAL NEWS -The announcements of candidatesfor -Do not fall to read the new ad. of Rend the ad. of W. A. Morryday Co.. Hrovard County Land For Sale AMONG THE HOTELS. i

public offices will be found on our the Florida Motor Co., on 8th page who dealers hay grain, (lour, orange box .

And Topics of General Interest. 2nd page. are selling motors etc., very cheap. material etc, on our 4th page. East Ii of Southeaxt l{, Section 13Township. Read the ad. of tho Grand Atlantic ,\ jt f i'

-The ADVOCATE office received pleasant WE ARE RECEIVING NEW GOODS -:Mrs. L. C. Branning, who has been :MO South Range 40 East; 80 hotel, Daytona, on our 7th r
- calls from all the congressional can daily. Call and inspect them. J. R. spending the winter at Palm Beach, returned acres. Fine pineapple, land' very near ngo.
THE ADVOCATE, didates and Prof ilolloway on Saturday Walker & Co., Titusville.Dr. to Titusville yesterday, for a few Ankona Station on Indian River PriceMctrltt's ; The AnvocATK Is on flit every week t
!' in advance afternoon. day $2rOO. at tho American Club Havana.[
$1.50 per annum
C. C. Felgel wife and little t '
1.00 six months, -Mr.\ W. R. Walker of this place daughter who have been at Georgians; -Mrs. S. E. Rice left hero, yesterday Island, near Courtesy, for The ADVOOATID Is now on tile at all
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries.! has his announcement in this Issue as a for the past ten days, returned to Titus- for 4'utier, where she went to join her merly known us the Geiger l Place\ ; 1O7tn) the bust hotels In New York city.
: subscribe for the ADVOCATE candidate for the ctlico of husband wile l Is tomato that acres Flue pineapple, orange and vl'g- >
Commissioner ville at
When you i, County Tuesday. : farming' etablo land. Price tl tV->II.Merritt' Where to stop along the East Coast S
: by the year, It does not cost you of this district. place. She expects to be away several Island tOil fronton See list of hotels on 4th and 7th
1 Included. I, -MI..a Cordelia Paine arrived at Rock- l. acres, long paged. M
three cents per week postage -Capt. Chas. ,II. Hall, of New York ledge: from Boston, this week, on a visit mouths.Mr Indian River, and including oyster Hotelmen should not forget tho fibre U
TUB EAST COAST ADVOOATE is on an old school mate of Mr. Joseph Jefferson to her mother and sinter. !Miss\ Cordeliahas -: J, P. Wilson will leave here on permits! granted by Brovurd County; for salt, for mattr4./tRtlJI. at Melbourne. I '

tale ac the following news-stands, at five still remains at the Breakers, where many frll'lmlllln\Rockledge. Saturday or Sunday for Jacksonville, Good land for vegetables and sotno good\ Read the ad on page 8.
:; cents per copy : be has numerous friends.Dr. where ho expects ts accept a position In orange land. A fine oyster location.
If Titusville-Red'CroRR Pharmacy. County Commissioners J. R. Mlot( one of the largest drug tores In Florida's Price, $410.Town < Tho live o'clock teas on the porches f'
Robert Bragg: of Hot Springs::\ R. A. Conkling J. F. Bell and J, C. Jones '
If f JackonvllIe-Duva.1! hotel. metropolis. or Titusvlllo lot 3:l, of East' subdivision of tho Breakers Palm Beach every aft
| Windsor hotel. Va., whose headquarters are at the were in town this week, attending to of old block. A fairly !good crnoon, are very popular with tho guestsof
\ 11 Grlyot News stand. Breakers, Palm Beach is very popular their official duties on the Board. I -Mr. Julius Kline and little daughter" : house. Trice, $:jr)0. the hotel.If .
with his and been In Now York
patients acquaintances Leona who have City
-Mrs. John C. Jones has been enjoying Town of Tltiuvilln\ \ lot :M I, block A,
of printed for the Lure wouku returned home want a nlco )place of property
date expiration you
Note upon I pmt ,
-Mr. and !Mrs N. Peoria I II" visit with her Mr. and Cole man's Addition. Large lot fronting
Ray
week. This : a parents, i Sunday. Mr. Kline ban been north cheap, ll'II.llhlt ad. of the Snrno property 4i
or !
your paper wrapper every who have rented Capt. J. O. Walton's Mrs. E. W. Hall, of this! pUce. :She left I pur- on two streets good location near renter ttrd It will he Hold at .
for No need chatting the summer stock for his dry on our page a.
Is a receipt your money. furnished cottage for the season, enjoyed for her home lit Klondike on Tuesday.Mr. of town. Good !$:-roout cottage Price, I
for ub In Tltusville. rare bargain
for unto send receipt crlptlon. !goods store
a visit of several! days In Daytona and $700.
The date Rives It to you. St. Augustine this week. George M. Robbins has been J. M. SANDERS( COCOA, 1"1.\-J lU-al, Town of Titusville, fIne corner lot. In Do not fail to stop oft at Rocklodge,

fff- Reading notice ads. are ten cents spending; the week at Miami, where he er in staplo, anl\\ fancy (Groceries, Ilav- bu"lnl'Mllllllctlol1 of town. Pilot, t.:>tM( ( where there are three fine up-to-date ,
line on this page.ADVOCATES : IF YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTYalong represented quite a number of oases at (GtalnFeed! )Fertilizers.) Dry goods Town of Tltuavlllit, !U residence lots hoti-ls-the Indian River, Plaza: land New I
per the East: Coast improved or un- the Circuit Court, before judge M. S. and Notions, Ladies' and Chlldten's west of railroad. Price $10 each Rocklodgo.! i
for sale at the Red improved, send full description, price Jones. South Lake ,' miles Tltimvillo\
Hats and a full line of Millinery and ( west of ,
ml. of the \
Take of the Mawr
and note IJryn
'l'ltu vllle. terms. No charge unless I effecta
Cross Pharmacy, sale. C. Buckman Jacksonville Flu. -Mr. BArt Ives, who spent from Saturday Dross. goods. 40 acres, fronting; on lake part hammock lintel on our 4th page. Thin fa a fh' t- f
-Mrs. Louis Myers of ?Mime left last until Monday at Uuokledge reports and part pine Fine Innd for oranges' elites hotel In every respect, and Is managed ,
Tuesday for Savannah, Ga., to visit her -John Wanarmiker says: "I generally a very enjoyable time at the mat -Mrs. M. A, Sprague and daughter vegetables/ and pineapples Price.T: >il. by Mr." I.olnnd Starry, assistant I I1JIIIIIgor
mother. recognize an np to date merchant by the qtierade bull at the Now Houkledgu hotel :Mss Edna large, Viother and sister of South Akemiles west of TlttiH- of the Breakers Palm He noli.
manner In which he advertises in 'his Hoc kludge, Saturday. night. Mr. ()L L. forge, of North Titusville, left v 11I0, Part tine hummock, balance\ fine, ,
Iellsr Wm. M. Brown and E. I.,. local papers-the up-bullders of his village : New York Tuesday, on board the Ham high dry, |pine land, with bountiful view The hunting and fishing Magnolia! t
Brady returned to Titusville from Miami: and town." DR. C. C. FEIGEL. DENTIST, will biirg-Ameilcan Htounixlilp Ptlnzctinln of ink,. Good orange vegetable' and, Spring, Fla., hart not been surpassed In .
on Sunday. remain In Titusvlllo for two weeks. Victoria Lulse, for a pleasure cruise to pineapple. land. 1(50( acres. fries, tl SM+( >. number of years and the guests of tho I
CHICKEN EGGS.-Rhode Island Reds, -Dr. and Mrs. F. II. Houghton were On the _:lrd Instant he will leave for the West Indies, returning to New Yorkon Section *i, Township 27 South Range( 1I1ljl1101llIIprllllot": hotel under the able ,

winter layers; $1.50 per sitting. J. T.Fenster in town from Sunday until Monday, :Sebastian on a business' trip and will\ or about April 2nd. They expect to :17 East; 421>{acres, fronting; on Indian. \ "management of !Mr, (X D. Sotivey, have I
Titusville\ FU. 4teow when they returned to Daytona. Dr. remain at that place for two weeks. reach Nassau, Bahamas, todllY.J River and' Horse Creak, 211!' miles northof had u banner season. 'Possum hunting
Houghton came down to Interview Capt. Duncan Clark's Female Mlnstiels Kan; Galllo. Splendid high land, lino at night causes) inuoli fun
-Mr, L, C. Brannlng, station agent at Nelson and to find out when he could Duncan Clark's, entertainment con. ruck '
large lilgh dry'
ofCoqiilnn
,
;
quarry
the best Vaudeville and Com-
Palm Beach, who has been laid up with get! his houseboat Dentos hauled out on Burlesque' listed of specialties! and there were no 1\11I11I"nllhy. Fine and pineapple Mr! E. R. Bradley, one of tho genial
able to be around the marine pany traveling, will show In the Opera acts or words during: the performance, orange and0ll"'ftr\ proprietors' of the Palm
a bad foot, Is again as ways. !land. :Splendid: residence site, Prluo
House, Titusville Saturday night, March Is the
that lady could take offense at. : Itoaoh Club, Palm lloach. owner
any
usual. WE WANT YOUR MAIL ORDERS 1 12th. Tickets, sale at Red $I.Ill to.Georgians.
on Croat : :Many\ of the spectators were disappoint of HOIIIO fine thoroughbred race horses,
-Mr. Earl Buddlngton, of Green Cove We \pay postage! or frlejfht. Dry Goods Pharmacy.Mr. I II ed< some having gone there with the on MerrlttH Island; 10 notes, and tho ADVOOATK In told that Home of ,

Springs, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. Shoes, Millinery Furniture, Etc. J. R. E. Mims superintendent of I Idea that, It wits a regular can can. performance. extending SCIONS the Island from Indian them will race this lIlnRon. Memphis! ,
L. Brady from /Saturday until Monday R. Walker & Co Titusville.Mr. Public Instruction for Brnvgrd county; I I .-Aurora (N.,l b,) Sun. Opera River to or Banana vegetable River land.; good 7-rooiu pineapple house, Saratoga and other places Mr. Brad- y\'

ere leaving for California. and Mrs. John and house Titusville tomorrow night Saturday orange Ivy's thirty or snore horses are like Ills.
Shepard, of Boston and Messrs.! R. A. Conkling; J. R. In looJ condition small barn. Price $730.;
PRICES TO SUIT ALL PARTIES-In who have been at the Itoyal Poln- Mot, members of Brevard Co School March 12. AHO! 10 notes, known as lot I, of Ac Palm Bench Club-superfine and uptoduie. -

improved and unimproved property ciana, Palm Beach for a while passed Board, were among the pleasant cal ers SALUDA MiLLEItOil' ATLAN belle, fronting both Indian and Ht. I.nole "I I
If you want to buy don't fail to see I t through here, Tuesday, on their way to at this office the first of the week. MISS Rivers, near postofllca and railroad high Notwithstanding the lateness of the ,
til, Ga. has Accepted ,
a position as
E A. Waddell Miami FU. the Ormond where they have numerous all the resort hotels, the :
and Fine
I -Rev. J. N. Converse and wife and dressmaker with Messrs. J. R Walker I healthy beautiful\ locution. season, along d
-Mr. J. II. Alien, of Elmyra, N. Y.. f'lendM.I! r. !Sheimtri is head of the big Miss Converse, of Philadelphia stoppedIn Co, Miss Mlllor has boon for four oottnite, splendid plnoiipplo) land Price, Knst: Coast are fairly well filled with
is enjoying the winter, crucing in his firm of Shepard, Norwell A Co. Titusville! from Saturday until Monday I seasons with the largest; dressmakingestablishment I; $; ',rf>( ), tourists, and the Hotel Breakers, Palm I
-Mr. Conurd cathier the of the :Sem bier Term will be made reiiNon.ihlo to roll.iblupmchaseis. Hunch, hud Dt."i guusts on Sunday last.
cosy yacht up and down the East Coast. Harry of guests: cottage. They In Atlanta' and corneahighly '
Ho was in Titusville afew days this week. First National Bank. Perth Amboj; N. are on a tour of the state, and, left for rucomniended. She salves I Ar.IIV to I'hU hn'IIIIII) very popular and Mr Le
J., arrived In Titusvilln on Tuesday, accompanied Jacksonville. via the St. Johns River today. I I) I i u.DRN:: laid Htorry. Is much pleased' at the HUOreshful -
---Capt. J. B. Clow, of Chicago; has a by his charmiriv wife. They Mr. Converse who is. an Episcopal min. Or, 'I'Itau villeFin. soiiHoti, ho has hl .I. Many of the
host of friends at the Breakers Palm are guests of Captain and Mrs.[ P. Nelson later held service In St. Gabriel's church Among several letters received, by \V.\i. A. WAiiNofK: Jamaica, N Y. guests prefer the new Breaker to the
Beach, where' he Is generally the first to of :South TlttiHville for couple of last Sunday. JIll horn people in the north comolaiilng ------ ----- --- -,- old one Anyway, It Is c I'talnly."COllY I

arrive and last to depart. Mr Clow In weeks or so. Captain Nelson Is a directorof about the severe cold weather they are FISHING ON INDIAN HIVER. lotnl. Tho multi rotunda opens on a
head tIC the big Chicago IIrm of John II. the above bank. Bar WE ARE STILL receiving let mill\ having we' publish an extinct/ froma piazza. facing the Atlantic ocean, and all II
Clow & Son 'tern from northern parties who al'e snxl- latter received yesterday from Miss tho "looms In the two long wings running I'

SPRING AND HUMMER: MILLINERYnow oiis' to buy orange; groves, pineapple Louisa M. Powe of Newton Mass, who Fishing In tho neighborhood of Titus east have a line ocean view. The roLIIII,111 -
-Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Denby of New ready. Also a beautiful line of plantations, fruit and vegetable farms' owns n beautiful orange: grove and win vi lie has been quite good of lute. Among\ wnlls are covered with green bnr-
York, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.T. Laces and Embroideries, Cluny Bands winter homes, etc., on the Indian River. ter residence at Rock led ce, and who has those who mail! catches this week were lap, and the bountiful dining room haw '
T. Wotmore, of Titusville, this week. Edges; All-overs, Medallions, etc. New We are not In the real estate business a host of friends on Indian River: "I Messrs. Wm. M.l'rhulloof' llttntlngton wulU of red burlap, with white wood V
Mrs, Denby l is a cousin of Mr. Wetmoie dress goods; and notions of all kinds.A and have no time to reply to; this clans of hava returned from my southern homo to W Va. ; and C. J. N/lei'ing and Will work. The two anti rooms are In pink I
and her husband is a prominent commission first class Milliner and Dressmakerin letter, so If you have anything to sell Massachusetts to find Newton fast hound Mornn, of Tltusvllle\ I's. They went mil whlto, the writing room In red and I

merchant.Dr. charge. J, M. :Sunders, Cocoa, Ia.Walker'lI advertise it in this paper so that we can In Ice and snow, with very scant signs of out trolling: on Tuesday afternoon and (old, and the rending room In yellow I

and Mrs E. L. Mayo,of DeKalb Opera House well fill- send marked copies of the ADVOCATB to thawing even at mid,day. It la a very In a short while, returned with nine fine and white. Thu floor U. .,oll.hed oak, ;
was
111., who spent several weeks early in ed lust Monday evening.; Many ladies prospective buyers. uncomfortable contrast to the July temperature trout. They again went out yesterday and covered with green ruga.\ The bedrooms 1
the season, at the Indian River hotel, in the audience and seemed to orange bloom, roses, etc, that afternoon and caught 27 trout not fur are all fitted with steam heat and .
Titusville, are now guests of the Break preciate were the entertainment as well as the ap- Special' 'Sale of Spring and Summer I left behind meat Kockledge a few days from the hotel. .nlephones', and the furniture In quite ,
to I the Messrs.\ Wm, H. Mofarlund handsome, The main dining room con-
i ers, Palm Beach, where they expect veriest hald-heud there. Duncan Clark's ago. greatly appreciate pleasant On Wednesday
Good, Monday Next. and AnvooATic week." The the tales about 141)) tables to Hunt two fouror
I stay some time. They will probably return show consisted of and dance newsy every and Wm Moran wont on ton ,
I to Titusville\ later. specialties which "were"' song of a nature that March 14th. weather, Is quite warm on Indian River, I river to tI"h. and In thirty minutes they six guests and there Is Beating capa
where numbers of tourists are dally taking returned to the Indian River hotel with for 11:10: fllle"t. The hotel can takecnre f-fcity
would In the shock the
Monroe who not least most
-Mr. and Mrs. D. W. ,
a bath In ocean and river. ten trout. of 051); )people-provided there are '
left fastidious.-Seward (Neb. Reporter. UMBRELLAS.-2.50: Umbrellas for
last )
here
for Miami Friday spent
on ,
I
who has mails not too single men or women in
Mr. C. L. Barge, qul'ea many
Monday at Palm Beach and returned to Tomorrow night, Saturday. Tickets at $1.40, for men and women; Union Taffeta -
this hotel. I<: In the hotel
record at quull' and duck shooting the very room connect
Titnsvillo Mr. Mon Red Cross Pharmacy Titusville.Mr. made on steel rod, paragon frame,
on Monday night
PIT SOCIAL.Mrs. season has turned his attention to fish.log. with each other, ut that the management -
with and tassel boxwoodand
roe does not seem to like the lower Dade and Mrs.\ I. D. II. Ralph, of case ; English On Wednesday he rowed out on can furnish ," of a. many
county idea of blastlnf hole In the rock Philadelphia, who have been on a pleasure furze bandies umbrella a vailety of shapes; the river and In short line returnedto rooms as a guest or party of guests; may .

filling It with dirt and planting a tree in trip to Film Beach, Miami and a$2.fiO well-wearing; on Monday $1 49., Ordinary price M. P. Robbins gave a very enjoy his winter home II) No, TltusvillM dnslre. There are' k'M: : room In the hotel t
it, ,
Havana, returned to Rockledge on Monday SALE; of AUTO BAGS made of Hea able "Pit" panty to a lew friends, last with eight fine speckled trout; and yes and all comer can get united, for'
SEE J:, A. WADDELL, Miami Fla.If and received hearty congratulations Lion Leather with popular handle, and night Ht her residence In South:; Titus terday he brought home four I rout-all !Mr. I.el a ml /Starry, the assistant manager
you want an Orange; Grove, Pine from many friends who were at the rail- fitted with yule which wat followed by sumptuous he wanted on tha occasion. Trout are and his right hand assistant, Mr.' A. It.
change : Regular -
apple Plantation or Vegetable Farm. way station to meet them. While at value $1 pretty M) for 95o.) purse refreshments. All report a pleasanttime. now plentiful In Indian Rlvor. Wood, do all they can to please their t

At Right Prices. Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph attendAd SEAL,BAG,, 8-111 frame, fitted with Among: those present were: Mr. -- ---. guests, On Saturday' night quite anum* '
the Washington Birthday Ball at the and Mrs. N. Ray Major and Mrs. F. M. her of the Breakers' guests attended the
-Duncan Clark Saturday evening: purso. Regular value, $2.1)0.) ) At Mon NEW GOODS.Titusville' ,
Polnciana and Mrs. was dance at the Royal Pulnclana, but many
packed the house. The show was no Royal Ralph day's sale, only 140. Taylor Mrs. Wager/ Miss Clapper, Mrs.
worse than other show. The con- one of the best gowned ladies on the :SII.KS-27-ln Embroidered Nouveau- Wm. M. Prlndte Mrs. Jeo. M. Robbins, failed' to get a partner for the dances, I

tortionist and any the wing dancing were an Iloor. ______________ tea de Champagne, soft, smooth and of Miss Kay; E. C. Long, W. Haggerty C. merchant havlt beams bUil.I owing to being stranger at Palm Beach.
improvement on similar acts that have tine texture that makes up Into charmIng II. Walton and, the hostess ly I engaged the last two week, unpacking There hiss been some slight changes lathe I
been seen here.-Beatrice (Neb.) Democrat CJardner's .Flyers. gowns!: and shirt suits. Special, ftllc. piles of lovely good for summer office staff of the Breaker this season t
of the
Duncan Clark will give an enter 27-in !Silk Embroidered Lace /Strops wear. Many wagon( loads. of up-to-dnte. Mr. Leland Starry manager
BOUGHT FLANNERY PLACE.Mr. have been stacked In front of the famous Itryn Mawr hote l, near Philadelphia -
\
tainment In the Titusville Opera Saturday Pougee. Special, at 5Uc. goods
evening, March 12. Tickets aRed FURNITURE, 28-ln/ Eglantine Silk, one of the smartest stores of Walker, Gardner and' Kline itlll. !hold the position of analitaot
Cross DRY GOODS G9c. which to the fact that 'fltuIyllle' manager; Mr. Arthur, R. Wood, chief "
for costumes. Special
summer go prove
Pharmacy. SHOES. J. H. Allen,one of our subacrllers, clerk ; Mr. Geo. 1':. Hopkln, cashier;
.till
In Grecian Viola. 20c.\ mercliaots are doing a big
Judge R. II. Laimbeer, Jr., of New Another lot Window Shades, Cloth 28 20-ln Lorraine Egyptian Special Tissue, In of J Kim: Ira, N. Y., has pucliased the Flan Justness. and Mr. R. R. King, assistant-cashier., ,I' J

York, who has been stopping at the JJliin wide, spring roller. 25c. checks and stripes. Special, 2Uo.! nery property near the Ilaulover Canal, We want all our readers and their Mr. Iliirvay R. Carman I II front clerk,
Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine for awhile, Pillow Cords with tassel ..Oo.CIIAS. 33-In Mercerizea Radium stripes in as advertised In the ADVOCATE!: Mr. friends; to watch our advertising! columns Mr. (,. V. ( night clerk; Mr. W. E. t'N t ..if'
with Mrs. Lalmbeer was among\ Saturday's A. GARDNER, Titusville, Fla. white and red white and, black and Allen 1111."8 the location Is", a fine one, and closely, and buy from those merchants Wilson mall clerk ; Mis Grace Kline, I ,t
very '
{
be will have club house erected the MlssSadieBaldwin hold
on .
southbound passengers, en route a stenographer i
white and green.: Special, Monday next, who are asking for your patronagethrough ,1
to
RockledRe to charter one of the fine Cement.A 2'Jc. Everyone Is Invited to call. property. the mean: of timeADVoCATrc'scolumns. the responsible position of housekeeper,
ja'inches' advertised In the ADVOCATE. and Mr. Frank McGurk steward.
.
The Judge-who said be found some difficulty JULIUS KLINE: :,
---
Titunvllle, Fla. ltockleil e, Indian River,
In In St. "
getting an ADVOCATE of SAYLOR'S FORT PIERCF I IIOTRL FORT PIERCE 'j
Augustine-will take cruise to Palm >large consignment To 'nix payers.Notice 1
the The Fla. Sportsman's; Paradise. Opposite t ,
Bench Portland Cement now on way.
'IS, and Miami, while Mrs. Lalmbeer best Cement on the market, specially Photographic Supplier. Hat one of the moat attractive and Indian River Inlet. W. G. Lore, Prop. t f. j
resting at the Ponce de Leon. that the tax
\\n hereby given
best stocked Coast _
adapted for sidewalks. At all ouryards. store along the East I

Launch for Sale.A 2-2; EAST COAST LCMBBK A SUPPLY Co. We are now ready to supply all kinds of Florida.need at this You store.can find All kinds everything of fine open books at for the Brevard Court house county, Tltunvllle Fla., are, now but Sulphur HprliiK for Hale. i'
you
of films and supplies at a saving of 10- and will\ positively clone on the first Monday -
groceries
Cleaning and 1'resslng. 25 per cent and postage. Flrst-cl_ developing western meats. 10 E. W MALI, :;
Particular attention paid to the, needsof April I
thirty-five foot cabin launch,13: h.p. and printing done on short Tax. Collector. The famous Avon Sulphur' Springs lo- t'l
Daimler engine, nicely and completely notice. If interested, drop us a postal yachtsmen and cruising parties.GEO. -- ,- cated at Avon, Llvlngwton COUDtI' N. Y. I I
iuipped for cruising Cost $3,000: ; will All work done up-to-date. Call and for quotations. N. HATCH, Prop. About one hundred acre Incl'Jng I '
tell\ for $2OOO. Built three seasons ago see me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor TOE DIXIE: SUPPLY Co., Barton Ave., Rockledge. A Hotel Wanted. about twenty acres of beautiful park :

by Captain; Rose, and Is now In first-class I Barbershop, on Washington avenue. Jacksonville Fla. live springs of sulphur water and a first- I
condition Can be seen at Poinciana New Paint.We The town of Eau Gallie, 100 miles class half mile race rack. These springs 1
dock: Palm Beach. Address Carl Rattier For Hale Cheap. Tax :Notice. south of Jacksonville, on the Indian Hirer produce the finest sulphur water known .
Box 11)2. Palm Beach, Fla. tf and opposite the southern mouth of For further particular address! "

take: pleasure In advising our trade Banana hirer, famed 1 for It. duck booing C. H. ClIAPPOTtW4t :

For Sale, Orange and Pineapple The Flannery place, at Haulovrr' Canal, Taxpayers of Titusville, take notice that we have secured the agency for the grounds, finds Itself In ned", .,f. first 83 Rutgeri! ,. Rochester, N" Land. 31 acres of land and a house. Fine loca- that the tax book of the Town of Tl- celebrated Black Diamond Paint.It class. tourist hotel, having lost the "Gran --,-- t t '
tion for a Club-bouse 2,000 feet water tnvllle will close on the first Friday in l II a black paint for use on roofs, ada Hotel," by tire The location Is one Shoe Itepiilrlng.I \
':*()*(X> acres choice land suitable for front on the Lagoon also fronting on April being the lit day of the month. bridges, fences, stearn pipes, freezing of the best on the Kant <;o"OIr. and local I
rtowlng pineapples and oranges on the the Canal. Excellent fishing and bunt The tax books will remain open at the cans colli, etc. capital can be Interested to build the a
ndian and St. Lucie Rivers; will sell asa ing.: Also 10 acres of fine hammock land Court-house every week day until the Price l.oo per gallon. Special priceson iou.e. A fine opportunity for some do aft kind of boot and hoe repair
whole above quantities. good hotel man. For partlcularal&t1dreaa. ng, and do not forget it. Opposite .In*,
or divide; a bargain.: at Sbil h. Apply to date.V. Write u*.
C. BOCKMAX, f. J. WEBB, T. WORLLTMarshal EAST COAST LCMBKM; A SUPPLY Co. G. F. 'ADlJI80Y, Mayor Pritchard t: Son, AMJBKW: GIHHOX.Tltu .
!Of eb Jacksonville Fla. Tltaavtlle, Fla. and Collector. Eau Gallle, Fla. Eau Gallle, Fla. .vllle, Fla.

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low's Tills? FISH AND ,GAME WAIIDEN.
g FINE CHRYSANTHEMUMS. ANNOUNCEMENTS. -1883: -21st year- -15)04) -
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardfor
the oitloe of Fish and Gao Warden, subject to
:A *..*...*.... Pink IleaatT and a. Gem. any case of Catarrh that cannot be the action of tbe democratlo primary to be held

_ In Yellow For Home G.............. cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. l'm\ef\ tbl* bead will appear the announeemennt May 10th. T. A. ROBINSON. The Geo H. Fernald Hardware CO.

_i We waited long and expectantly' for J. CHENEY & Co, Props, Toledo O. of canijidateafor lila various Htate and
County ()tilce.The .
pink chrysanthemum that ahouhl bon We the under lltned, have known F. chaiite: for Insertion of announcement MEM HER SCHOOL BOARD. .

an equality wllli the good white and J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe from now until the priinart are over. will In loe To tbo Democratlo Voters of Hrevard County \IAcE-II1N-1: :, : s. 33: o 3? s.t.
II $5.00, an exception, however. being made the
him honorable In all busliieHS before
perfectly candidate
yellow ones. The outcry lino, been: "Too mute of thoutt who Miek election an County i'oinnusHlonertior : ,- I hereby announce mysoU
transactions and able the oomtn nrliimry: for !Member School Hoard
financially to Muniliernot the County Board of
much white and yellow. Give us pink. I'uhllo from First r>li>trl>'t, and beg the support| of my
out any obligations made by their! Inntruction who will be charged '3.110,
carry
yVml In 1 Lie endeavor to mipply the cut or OHO half the roiculur rate. democratic friends to secure nomliiatlon. l'LUMBIYG. STEAM AND GAS FITTING. BUILDING
firm.West It li to be dlHtlnotl understood that no announcement 1. L KYZER. SUPPLIES.
Cower market with pink the fickle and )
& Truax. Wholesale
Druggists will be Inherted wl hunt being paid
uncertain Vivlnnd-Morel has been the Toledo, O. Waldlng, Klnnan & Mar- for In advance a* we have learned Irom .experience .
of Turnbull
Tbe frionds of A. J. Carter.
that this Ie I the cafe, rule. many
I grower's mainstay but with more vexation vin, Wholesale Druggists/:/ Toledo O only have uruBii; iilin to become a candidate for the SANFORD, FLORIDA.
than pro tit. We need no longer Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, ofllce of Member of Hrevard School Hourd for
the blood and FOR COUNTS' JUIOE. the First District, and be solicits the support of
the of however acting directly mucous
deplore )paucity pink upon all his friends at the coming primary" un May
for an early rink variety Mrs. Cooinbes, surfaces of the system. Price 7 ct.pel' To the Democratic Voters of Drevard County iHaving I 10th. MANY VO lEU i. i

_ Improved with age and Is here! to stay, bottle. Hold by all druggists.; 'I'elltl-! I..en honored liy the voter of Brevard _
t monlala free Hall's Family Pills are count* with tha office of County Judjce, I now Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association '
: and succeeding It, Miirle Llger baa best come before you again soliciting y"r'"pl'ort'' To the Democratic Voters of Itravartl County:
the
trengthened the good Impression It ere- i for re election mibiect to the primary to. he hula I raspectfult announce my cnntllloey, for Mem. I'
_i May 10 11. If nominated and eluiitud' I will en. her of Board of I'ltldlo, Instruction from the 2nd The Chicago Net arid Twine Co.
deavor to Rcmtlrtue In the diHrharfre of the duties! district at the romlnK democratic' primary, and
I'oUliilt Soil For Aialea. of Hilil otllce with fidelity to Ihn imopln solicit the confluence and support of my fellow
All the azaleas and rhododendrons A. 1>. 1'KNXEY.:: citizen t Manufacturers of- ,
I R. E. 1IIIM .
need extremely firm potting and do

best III u compost of peat, with a little CLERIC OF THE CIRCCir COURT.To I I

loam and leaf mold, sand being added the Dnmoeratlo Voter of Itrevard County: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:

In proportion( ) to the lightness of the I linraby announc1* niywlf a* candidate for I llerehyannollnee myself, a candidate foreleotlim
tile olllne, of Cleric' of tin; Circuit I Court: at the : as C'tmntv Cou.uilsHloner for the First 0t'
loam used. No manure Is needed or ,. democratic primary to be bolo May 10, 11X14" and lHtrlot, sublet 10 tho Hctlon of the democratic "
desirable for these plants, but liquid will appreciate your itupport. primary. May HI, lUO... M
\ours rO"Iu,, fulJy. c. n. 4AUMAN. 00
manure or soot water in a thin, clear A, A. HI-EWART. '

4rIL state -may *be given once or twice a To the Democratic Voter of Brevard County. tr.1

week when they are in growth or TAX ASSESSOR.I Appreciatingynur support' and fvmHdmice in

'I swelling their buds.. hereby announce mynelf a condldate for the the .pimt" and feeling: that I havt faithfully dis-
olllcil of Tax AanuHnor anti, If elected: will give charged the duties imposed upon me, I hereby .i FISHING NETS and Netting of =
FA5 Every Detcrlptlon.Q: (;
the county the very bent aervlce pomtlble.Yount announce myself as a candidate for re election
CaUfornlal'rune'Vnfers. reuectrully, for County Co"iinlnsloner,, of the Second District Dealers Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope Etc.OrlaInators .
W, K. BANDERS. anti, ask your united support at the primary. .
/ A pleasant and agreeable laxative, Yours resnertftdlv' oflWholeaale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
J. R. AIIOT. : Indiana
79-81-8aE. St.
painless, yet effective. Prescribed by | Chicago Ill.

physicians, and recommended by all To the Democratlo Voter of Itrevard County tAt ..Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter...
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-. druggists as an invaluable substltue for the reqieatofa1arge. ; nun.l.erotmy friends.' To the Domorratlo Voters or lirevard County: We
Members Illinois
I[ berehy announce myself an a candidate for the are of the Fishermen's Association.
... pills and castor oil. 100 wafers 25; cents, otllce) nf Tax. Asnennor for Hrevarfl county, sub. I hereby offer myself as candidate for Com'misslnner '.
-. p r S.- lied Cross Pharmacy, Tltu vllle. met( to the action of the democratic prlnmy to be from the Third. District, subject to
W. DTJCttHAM. CHEI/TOXI. I lolil May 10. l'MI4: If elected I will fultlll the the primary, May 10, 11K'4' .
lutle of the office to the beet of my ability, JOHN HOU8FON.To
*ted last year. In 'V. Duckham, how. Since the organization of the broom/ Your respectfully! ,
___.j J.: F.*MITCHELL.I F<>JEir. S.A..LE.Hotel1Vith.
ever, we have the advent of u peerlenn trust the Pulluiun porter who wields, a the Voters of Brevard County: .

[beauty of surpassing merit, vigorous whisk feels justified in being more exorbitant The friends n. A. Conkling announco him

la growth, stout in stem, well clothed than ever. hereby announce inyHelf a candlilata, firTaxAmtctfmor for County Commissioner: from 'Ihlrd District,
iVrltli I of llrevard and I .. subject to the democratic primary.To .
N heavy foliage and crowned with a county reMl'eutfllllY -
licit the support and vote of all democrats at
'flower that may be termed perfection the primary to b) held May 10,11x14.Respectfully.
alike in form, finish and color. Road It Through. I tbe Democratlo Voter of Brevard County t / Seven: Cottages an.d 10

Here have that W. A, FARMER. Having been urged: by many voters and taxpayers
we an acquisition nsfjerte -
becoina condldate for re-election I Acres of La.nd.
Twould Spoil Thin Story to Tell It In the to !
Itself at once, attains the zenith hereby announce myself as a candidate for
of chrysanthemum beauty In its first Headline. County Commissioner from the 4th District subject
To the Democratic Voters of llrevard County:
I to the action of the democratic primary of
fienson and apparently deserves the To use an eighteenth century phrase I hereby announce lIIy elf a candidate for tax of May 10, 1I1t14. 1 will appreciate the support of
'highest nipod of uiuiualHlcil prnlm. this Is an "o'er true tu 10." Having hap. aioiesHiir and retiiiectfully auk the supnortof all all democrats.
[>ened In a small Vliglulr: loin in the I of my democratic filends in the coming pri JOHN C. JONES.To .
k Chrysanthemum W. Duckhnm was mary. Meitmetfullv.
raised winter of 1002\ : It lit a stojy veiy much of r. A. MCMILLAN.
in England from Australian
the: present. UI 10 luhn'rt, time ago Mrs. .
the Voters of lirevard County: "
oed, and probably herein lies the secret John E Harmon of M I ella! Station'! Va
In with the wish of
compliance expressed
_ FOR SHERIFF.To
of its ready adaptability since the lad no personal Lnowiedgo:( of the rare flail <>f the voters. of Hrevard county, I offer
Australian varieties have already curative properties of Charajberlaln's the Voter at the Democratic Primary.! myself for the olllce of County I''ommisMoner tor fjjjN4TL1t'4
I renpectfully" announce"myneif, a* a candidate. the Fourth District for the ensuing year. Ir I
.shown of "Last she
a facility response" lDOI'emarked Cough Remedy. January, endeavors
for nomination: to thnulllca' of t4lieritf,and wui Id am elected will live my best to carryon
than those entirely of European Hiy: "my bpbr took a dreadful] cold and hifik, yin ..1I1..r )onr Hiipport at the primary, the business of the county, honently, and fair
origin. The color l la a clear, uniform u ono time I feared she would have pneu. All.) 10, I'HH.' Rohpcctlu.ly >'.our. ly. I respectfully solicit your vote and luttu-
J, P. KROWN. ence. Respectfully yours,
nonla but of told
-p light pink. one my neighbors me JOHN H. WYNN.
how this remedy had cured her little boy ----
Cheltonl is a sport from Nellie I'ock-
.I and I began giving It to my baby at once FOR TAX COLT.lC'fl
ett. It is in every respect a counter and it soon cured her. I heartily thank The taxpayers of the Fifth District hereby an-
To the Democratic VOl era of Hre\ nrd rnuntvi
part of its parent in a really good the manufacturer of Chamberlain'sCough noiii.C'i. .1 F.! Hell as candidate' fur tbe otllce of
I heroby announce inyiwlf, *s aoan shade of yellow, altogether brighter Remedy for placing so great a the; oflloe of 1'ax Collector of Hrevard County suiitcct to the action of the democratic primary ; .. '.
than is usually seen In a yellow sport cure within my reach. I cannot recommend BiihjeKt. to the action of the dem..crnUorlmary to bu held May JO, lUo.&.
to ba held May 10, imu. 1 earnestly solicit the TAXPAYERS.FOR .
from a white variety.; There appears to it too highly or say too much .In upiiort of all my friends.

I. be a slight variation In form, the its favor. I hope all who road this will E. W. HALL.

petals more closely Infolding, giving try It and be convinced as I was." For REPRESENTATIVE.To ,' .' ,_
more solidity to the flower. Should sale by all druggists; and medicine dealers. FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. the Democratic Voters of lirevard County t
offer before tho democratic
this prove a constant -characteristic It To the Democratic. Voters of Hrevard County tAt primary hereby..* a candidate myself for Representative In
will make Cheltonl much the solicitation of many friends I have tile next legislature. If elected I pleilire' myself
more nmnnuble -
Inallv decided to become a oondlilate for the of- in all respects. to support the will of tte people
to commercial needs, while the lice of 1'roseontlnit Attorney for thin county at and to serve lirevard county to the best nf my
: private grower for home use will find TROPICAL the next democratic primary. I respectfully .... ability. CLAUDE OLMSTKAD.
Icit your support Yours truly,
I It a gem.-A. II. In Gardening. U. A. FROST.

-- STATE ATTORNEY. Located at SARNO, three quaters ot a mile south' of EAU GALLIK:, FLORIDA

n..rrl..d I'lnntn. PINE APPLE FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN- I respectfully announce my camllnacy for the on the Eau Gallle River, less than half a mile from the Indian River, and two
Plants with berries are very useful STRUCTION. position of Stats Attorney of the Seventh Ju.
for dicial Circuit of Florida. subject to ,ienooratlonomination and a half miles from the Ocean, The property U two hundred miles south of
conservatory use, In house decorating e.f candidate for .
I hereby announl'eIIy an a on May III 1W" olfor and pledgea :
and are especially' seasonable at the the otllue of Superintendent of Public Inn true- clean. mid fearless' administration of the duties Jacksonville. on the Florida East Coast Railway, with tbe Railroad Station adjoining -
Ion for Hrevard county, aubjtct the decision of he above honorable olllce, and respectltilly
., holidays. American Gardening comments of the democratic primary..IOHN. R. WALKER. solicit the support of theeluctors of Seventh } : the property. Buildings elected In 18)0!) and Home of them have never '
upon the following kinds: TAR and Judicial Circuit Florldx.
Solannm copstcnstnnn (Jerusalem JOHN. JUNKS! Or,ando, Fla.I been occupied, the original. owner having died a few mouths after their\ completion.

cherry) 4. the best known of this class. To the Democrat of llrevard County. The hotel was opened for about two months prior. to the owner's death, and

The kept In berries a light should, sunny be position.well colored Hold In If ..rl lining Public a tructlon candidate:, for, 1 solicit County' the Superintendent' :influence of hereby ror respectfully the olllce of announce States myself Attorney as ot acandidate baa not been u"ofIIlIDce. All the buildings; were elected In the most substantial

WINE. the ladle. and the votxs of the In primary the Seventh Judicial Circuit, subject to the
men.
I cold house manner and are now in excellent condition. The hotel and completely -
a when well ripened. lection Ma 10th If nominated I promise to action of the democratic" primary cottages are

Ardlsla crenulata, although of much be, in fact, your faithful and obedient J. E. FULTZ.servant. CECIL U. BUTT, Orlando, Fla. furnished, and very little of the furniture has ever been used. There are two

slower growth than the solatium. Is a
artesian wells, twenty cisterns connected with sewer etc.
STATE COMMITTEEMEN.: ,
beautifully berried plant. The berries .
i last fresh for many mouths but as It has [cured?! more bad FOR COUNTY TREASURER.To I hereby offer myself for re-election a*Memberof The property cost' the original owner tlS.OOOand will be sold at a sacrifice.
My Friend i the State Kxemitlve" Committee for Hrevardoountv
J_ takes three years to grow presentable I kindly ask your support for County Treasurer and solicit the vote of those who are The above out fairly represents the property.For .
plants a great many people do not attempt cases of Indigestion at the primary election, May 10, 1\1(14.\ satisfied wi b my action on the present column It-
Your. truly, tee. particulars apply to or address,
its culture. JOHN HENRY. W. J. TUCjf ER.Don't .
Christmas celestial have La Grippe, Stomach EZRA HATCH.. D. L. GAtTLDEN
or peppers __ __ __ -- - "C WM. A. WARNOCK,

had considerable popularity for the disorders Coughs and u I Your Kidneysor Caretaker on preml..esttorney. for Owner, Agent for Owner,
past few years. They are of very easy, Cold Are Dangerous. I Neglect

t culture! and quite useful at the holiday Colds this winter than How often you hear U remarked: "It's I they will noon' undermine your health. Eau Gallle. Florida. Tltusvllle, Fla. Jamaica, N. T

season. Seed of these sown with the only a cold," and a few days later. learn Those backaches, swollen feet, spots before --. ------ --- ,
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_ solanums in February will give fine ALL OTHER remedies hat the man Is on his back wlLh pneu- your eyes and especially the general -
plants for anotherI'IIRon.. I Oa: .S. 00.
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combined. monia. This I I", of such common occurrence worn out feeling In the morning, are c ,

Grnpw CaUln.. that a void, however slight, should sure signs; of Kidney Trouble. Irvlng'a 61'1'' .' *' 519 \r. Bay st., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.4iQ .

Grape cuttings from wood that was not be disregarded. Chamberlain'Cough Bucbu Wafer cleanse the blood, build 1IFULL.

( cut in the full and stored! in a moist Remedy oounteiacls any tendency to- up the shrunken walla of the kidneys,

) place can be made at any time during ward pneumonia. It always cures andIs removing the cause and the pain with It.

I, the winter that is convenient says II. pleasant to take. Hold by all drug- Sold at (Oct) a box b3 lied Cross Phar- .

15. Van IVninn in Rural New Yorker. plats: and medicine dealuis. macy.

They should he nuulo Into bundles of .

about 100 each( and packed In damp ( ') EXPRESS xrnss
_ The ....IU. .. Thousands nave
Kidney Trouble
sand or nOMttlntll spring. It is a good Jk"Jl The bullies make beautiful small PREPAID

plan to bury them in a sheltered spot specimen) trees utti'itctlve all the year and Don't Know it. I -.

out of doom and with their butts upward because of their broad glossy prickly How To FInd Out. IA2O

so the top buils will not start eaves, but more beautiful from November Fill a bottle or common glass: with your
In early spring. As "soon, as the soil can Soo yr >'U.r :I>ru.ggl.s't ;- to April when laden with water and let It stand twenty-four hours; n _

be well worked in the spring the cuttings : c "OVr:1.'to: "tliO bright' scarlet, berries. The white flow- '. sediment or set
should be set in rows about two tllng indicates ar 6QtS
era are Inconspicuous, but fragrant.FLORIDA'S .
-u.fno"t-u.rcrs: : .'. _' ----
condition .
unhealthy
feet
apart and four or five inches apart '" u
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in the rows with the top buds about --- r
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an inch above the surface. Good soil 1 ; If it stains IDoz.DEUVCRCO JP$4 ?
linen It la
and w FAMOUS TRAINS your .
good tillage are necessary to produce evidence of kid

good plants.! .(S'. i'1 ney trouble; too : ; rot?

.-.. /l l. frequent desire to

1'ol..ttlo Popular. Chicago & Florida Limited"ST. ... 1. -..........--- pass It or pain In $ I2Q9Agents
Among the Christmas specialties' that the back Is also
_ have recently made rapid strides into \ convincing; proof that {the kidneys and blad-
AUGUSTINE JACKSONVILLE, der are out of order.
the popular favor low bloomed poinsettias '\ for the Pabst tire wing Co.
to CIIICAGO and ST. LOUIS. What to Do.
I singly in pots or grouped In pans There Is comfort In the knowledge so : .
operated over the shortest line
This train I I.
hold
a lending place. All
of
growers! between 8t. Aunu tln ,Jankwmvllle I.', lomro often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp.
holiday plants for the trade nre going and Ht. Loul.. anti ...alord quickest schedule Roo., the great kidney remedy fulfills every

more houvily each year into this I1pU- b y nearly two bourn. wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the :(
Tropical train I I. the sunilanl of perfection In panMinirer atal1
cln'v, which gives in a more showy This service,ooimlstlnu of I'ullman"allhul...., back kidneys. liver. bladder and every part

form than does any other plant the true IIra.lnK.room, Sleeping. Compartment. liming of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability\

universal' Christmas color.-Gardening.lroml Hwervstlon Care.Leaves to hold water and scalding pain in passing la
a
tit.AnTtistln(: T:'JO a. m.; jAckwnvllle. It, or bad effects following use of liquor A44 lDore Terllsble pbyalcal draaron 01 tn-healtb 1& leavetlln It.patb
,
II::010 a.in. Arrive Chicago, 4:.10 p. in.. St. Lout, winos or beer and overcomes that unpleasant wreck 'bn.D Probubly aD"" o'ber ODe dlJr-
.lnr -Wi'i"llartoAmerlcana.
Under notes on promising ew fruits.new fruits Manufacturing il5p.mu. -0- necessity of being compelled to go often ,._.,/:' of lb.Hm r... I'J'IY: -'aUIIO Uf'OR the It...., ludlcaUouquInine. M
the and '
during day. to
I get up many times or Ula'd_....! !! u.llall" 8COlLrsetl: with
W; A. Taylor includes Stayman, \Vino- "The Dixie Flyer" during the night. The mild and the extraordinary m nO.-ealomeJ.

sap and Karwlolph varieties of the apple JACKSONVILLE to CHICAGO and i effect of Swamp.Root is soon #jt-t.-l: !)I -vter..iet.wlot"..-J'?""n'.rou."l.1luarautee. It 1m" a. an I1

Fhllopena pears, Belle and Vlllett LOUIS. realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful -' I
poaches, Brlttlewood and Stoddard Company ST. cures of the most distressing cases. BERDINE

plums and the Jordan almond.A Pullman Ve tlbul Drawing-room.. Bleeping If you need a medicine you should have the So PW5lie and......*.........W'ceas .
\ any OF* or.Jarf&.
e to Chicago and 8t Louie IC Is1Xi'
Can fIOlllJack-"U best. Sold by druggists In 50c. andl. sizes.
=: : ...
:
FLORIDA. via. 'tifton. Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga,(Lookout You have a bottle of this I _"":. foJJ.: : ;":;:,'
\V..h Far the Borer..V JACKSONVILLE, Mountain)and NashTUle. may sample --&I1U..er.kidney and __.......b_ lIH

wash of soft soap and kerosene 1s J'aekBOnYillet'O: p.m. Arrive ChleaKO:15a wonderful discovery .; ml 500pOrbottlo. AU Drull., '.'".
D: ,111.81.| LouU, J a. m. the second inornlnc. and a book that tells ::: ,
wild to have been found valuable In S
For Bleepingcar reservation for either Ute more about It, both sent TMl4 .. '
''!'gtitlng borers in the pine trees at Geor- -Sold by- above train, or any other Information, write or absolutely free by mall I

irlun Lakewood N. J. the oath on Dr. Khmer &
Court magnificent address Enu of ''_'''_
country place of George J.ItJouUl. Red Cross Pharmacy, K. J. WALKKK Fla.ra.Arent.' St. Co.. Blnghamton. N.Y. When writing mention -
Chattanooga Louis
,
Nashvllla Ry.
reading this generous offer In this paper. HELD CROSS PHARMACY.
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professional Cards. DO YOU NEED A THE FRUIT INDUSTRY. How tong will it take the man to fill !

-- the sack if he does not stop the leak? Lee & Bryant '

EO. M. BOBBINS Profitable UUtrlbntlun In !l1"r..I. !. To attempt to nourish the body when UM ;
MEDICINE
G ? the roblviu of T..de stomach l Is dis- i

eased is like trying ASHEVII':, N. C:. j
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR There is always something Just ahead
IT
COSTS YOU NOTHIliO TO INYESTIIIATE. to fit the
AT-LAW. for the fruit Knwer. He CUll never sack with the 0-0n.orn1: : OC :a.xL1:1:1.ssl.0n.: : > : : 1\t2orohan.: : ; j
There Is no one who does not need a "know It all." In approaching the fruit hole in it. When

Will practice In State and United States Liver Medicine occasionally.. Industry from the standpoint of busl the stomach and WE SOLICIT SHIPMENTS Ofo'I''

Court. The symptoms of Liver Complaint are ness Success, we must consider production other digestive

Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA. well known to every one, such as constipation I and selling, the one being unite and nutritive or- -Jt-tTJITSt cto "'' : : -: :: .. ..:J3LES. '

1 dyspepsia, loss of appetite sleep- as important as the other. It Pea been gang are diseased I .
lessness. headache, a tired feeling and asserted that in our sessions we have there is a -WE MAKE PROMPT RETURNS 3 ,

D L. GAULDEN, many Thousands others of die a similar nature. given more attention to the former constant nutrition.loss of RKFKRKXCKS : Battery Park Dank Ashevllle, N. t). ; Dank of Ilenderionvllle, ITondorsonvllle I :

- eATTORNEYATLAW the warnings of nature.annually by not heeding than the latter and there Is still a cull Enough is eaten v. N. C ; Dunn and Itrndimoot Commercial 1 Agencies

- Many acquire some chronic disease for greater effort to be put forth in but the body ._ __ q

Will practice In all the Courts of the State from which they never recover. working up the markets. Production loses flesh,-plain

ol Florida and the United States Court. Many of these could be spared for years great aw it HOW is, has but just begun proof that the '
I M-ft-SOW M. CLARIS
r. O Box,238. TITUSVILLE, FLA.. of usefulness, by keeping. in the home The people want fruit. How shall we food eaten wasted is r 1 1I
some reliable largely
remedy. get It to th i I We believe that because it is not
I II WEBB, fair-minded we that can there convince is bet-any will not be greater than the demand! digested<<" and as 110 Murray Street and HW West Street::! NEW YORK. 'i
F.J. person no
ter will bear and at the same time the similated.Dr. .
remedy for the Liver known than' I''
ATTORNEYATLAWWill Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup. compensation of the grower be such as Pierce'a

practice In the Courts of the 7th ,' The formula is known, consisting of: to Stimulate production These, not Golden Medical Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.SPECIALTIES I

Taxes paid for nonresidentsand Btjchu, Hydrangea, Mandrake, Yellow production are the great problems of Discovery cures
Circuit. '
diseases of the
rents and accounts collected Dock, Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian, our fruit industry today. I question
Senna and Iodide of Potassium. You whether It Is possible to get any nearera stomach and : 1:
other of
FLORIDA. know just what organs
Trrusvii-LK, you are taking. How solution of them than we are. andnutrition. !

many other formulas of a liver medicineare People are using enormous quantitiesof digestion It Florida Pineapples Oranges Grapefruit>< 1
published? Ask druggist about t6
A. D. PENNEY, this. It is your fruit.. Rarely is there any equallyfull stop the leaks ,
already prepared and can be J
In There will by which nutrition
i taken immediately. crop every locality. I" 1
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW The strength is extracted In the most almost always be soma section where is lost, and Extra Early Beans and Vegetables. ?

FLORIDA. skillful manner certainly superior to any the,crop Is a failure; hence an unlocked enables the .
TITUSVILLE, building of the body by the nutri- .
up -- - - -- -- --
powdered known. for draft This tho New
preparation (We also year CrOIIn
tion derived from food. The in
In all the of gain
courts the 7th
Will practice manufacture a Liver Medicine in
HampBhlre and Massachusetts Is light.
pow-
Judicial Circuit. dered form with which weight proves the cure. F. R-iihiman cfe Co. ,. i
druggist can .
any The latter la! a heavy consuming state.This "Three y".n ago! I was taken .Ick with whet
supply but this, like all other
you dry condition opens a liberal market the doctor called nervotifttiviu and tmligvition. ,*
Liver Medicines requires preparation.) write Mr. Warren K Parker" of Omnre Street, ,
A. FROST, Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup for our fruit clears away the glut of Nnntuiket. MAM. "lie gave| me meiucliie, I Jbr :Ml! Washington St. ) NEW YOUK.

4 G. is pleasant to take, does not lose iu perishable fruit and leaves the trude in or the OMtmral trouble,without but I could ludrering.everry.not suit. .even. 0 little In a tOltIlt few 't)3>:\ :Murray Street J X. Y.: i
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
strength, as Liver Medicine in dry form, the later keeping sorts open. Again, month I bejgnn to have. diatrMnine; rminn Hftfct
Will practice In all the Courts of the 7th and will keep in any climate. there la a shortage of fruit in European lu the. pit of my .tom..". I .called the doctor I'
train and he wed 1 had catarrh of stomach
Judicial Circuit. Your doctor however skillful, could markets, and never has there sve me medicine. but it did not do any good.; PineapplesI tt
prescribe nothing better. been no clean a market abroad at fairly bud. .t! poiimla in three luoatha. I then commenced Oranges
TITUSVILLE FLOKIDA. There is no opportunity for a doctorto taking I>r'. Pierre'a lII.dl'tan end sotto ,
paying prices. began to feel better. I have taken ai,,, bottlea ot
make a mistake in writing a prescription 'I Golden Medical IMiwovery." two cl' favorite
Distribution of fruit Is the greater
.
A. or a drug clerk to make a mistakein I Prracriptirm' and six.vlala of Lr 1.1......'. lelIrt and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
FREDERICK MORGAN, compounding the same, (besides adoctor's problem at present. Production Is In *. I have gained ten pound Can eat every
) its, Infancy, antI consumption Is enor thing; "
Abstracts of Title. bill and the cost of the medi Dr Pierce' 1'leasunt i'elletcure. couatiputlou. represent several of the laigoHt nlnpporn In your Mate, and wish to represent i.
AVe face the of production -
mons. problem
cine.) You car*be absolutely sure of the .
REAL ESTATE' AND INSURANCE proper proportion being in every dose. and distribution with profit to the you also. Give us n trial uhlpment. I Established: !30 1() years.

Loans Notary Public. Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup producer and must never overlook the .
has been used with the greatest confidence fact that home consumption Is n greater --UOnll!! U.lIUI.Itixa{ go' |pullbdt" ''tIotI'fA

Collections Typewriting Stenography. and success in thousands of homes factor than foreign triulo.-President U,).I'I| oJ.\I111) .fqit| .ul in{nim .',..'IU| 1111'1.tl11t1IHA .\\ : IILII.'II&I l > 1 mil
____ _ I
TITUSVILLE FLA. for 52 years and is prepared by a phar Gilbert Itoforo Maine I'ouiologlcnl Society. ; \ 'U"I"I1I11'( dud.ulldI' jo ruHllIwilddu -

macist of 25 years' experience, la a laboratory '\ ( {111.1.1\)11I 1M.\I..1{ pUll \\"I'IIIU I

equipped with the most modern JO XlllfjS p.lMOtM| IIOOHII ",lIl.1. .pi 1 1"\1\ .1111 M. Lane & Son t
G A. FROST. WADE n. JONES.
for
the .
appliances most
perfect safety.If
I :JflIJO|) A"4UJ| JOJ dsuouddalalp| / | IIo.io.vv ,
& JONES you tto not tin firm r/inol your .. THE AZALEAS. .uult.I '
IMjJUtl { XOIIII J'hl'ItM,11'4'
FROST writs titrlnH for a t'rr* sample borate a.I
"Itr. Thnrher' iltnltH hook." (.ft>e Vry Popular n_.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ymptrim fry,
Loans and Collections Yt I FOB wilt "ISA.LlJ... BY ALL VRUaaZSTS.lH' No plant bat! Increased more rapidly Well! train./ Southern Fruit and Produce t tCommioaiosz.

TITUSVILLB FLORIDA. vents and fl.OO. In popularity\ during n few years past The many lends of John Hlount will '
than the azalea. At Cutter! azaleas am ba pleased to learn that lie ha entirelyrt'cuveied

THACHER MEDICINE CO. seen In every church nnd In the win from hU attack of iheumatiMm!
Q, A. WOULKY. R. 11. SEYMOUH.!: Tenn. dows of the finest residences throughout Chamberlain's Pain Balm cured! him after; : : :: : :: : :: Mrch.ci: ..: ..to. ,

flTORLEY & SEYMOUR Chattanooga the country. the best doctor In the town (Macon,

Azalea inollls Is one of the finest of tnd.) had failed to give relief. Tin FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

ATTOKNEYSATLAW.Do : winter flowering shrubs coming from prompt relief from pain which this llnl

a general: practice Instate and Fed Japan In the first Instance, although its went
eral Courts. Special attention givento there are now endless varieties! of this medicine dealers.

admiralty practice. plant ns well as hybrids. The mass of

FRISSELL BUILDING, MIAMI, FLA flowers it produces In exquisite shades when to Prnn IF YOU WANT A... I r,
r !
__
Parsing should bt'gln to bo. conniderctl .

'TEPIIEN E. FOSTER In .Iiiiniiii'y.: according, to one of

the authorities. IVrliapH( It Is bent to Lot
I .Building I
ATTORNEYATLAWSDyalUpchurch
; I I prune r fruit trees In March: or April. .. I. ;

Building, Jax eiAe hilt griipeM'' I'linMMtx mill\ raspberries| i

can be primed In .Iiiiiunry.' January '
JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. or a lot with a BUILDING BEADY: FOIL OCCUPANCY,
,
'" R and Kebruiiry'\ .u-c good months In I'
f j''' ,, L ulilch to prune peach trc.K. Thin out LAND J FOR AN ORANOF.( (TROVE, ,

.T\T. S. BURNUAM, M. D. the. pouch trees, well taking care to remove riNKAIM-LK: : PLANTATION TRUCK GARDEN,

I l all dead/ WKIII. If you 'have much
: ?
tip .t'q. We I probably have for mile just what you ins evoking.
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, pruning" to ho done In apple, pour or

Ear, Nose and Throat. 'q.Kd : plum r orchards. you will do well\ to utilize Settlers/ are flocking In but mill there I I" room. If you are

the warmer days that occur In thin line to
WEST! PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. looking way drop a
winter
yf. JAS. E. I INGRAHAM '"I! VIoe.l're.itlent p

IIOUGUTOX'S i Uric Acid and Gravel
DR. PLOIUDA EAST COAST
4 U'Y
I Are caused by tho kidneys being unable'

FLOATING to properly filter the I Impurities trom the ST. A UO IT STINK, FLA.
DENTAL APARTMENTSon
blond Irving' llnchii Wafen are the I
the "DentoH; 6'wr a only sine remedy for thU condition; they I
cleanse the kidneys from all worn out 'OVER FIVE THOUSAND) OF W AI,- ;

Now AT DAYTONA. y, rr material build up the shrunken walls of ton's. Rapid Calking TnoU now In use iwcnfflsri :

the kidneys add prevent the formation of by boat owners In the United States j

E. BUCK, Uric Acid. Hold at COcti} ) a box by Red Price '...IIIIRnd( $'1.00( each, at the ADVOOATK -

F. Cross Pharmacy : office TItuitvllle, 1 Kl 18.,
TLOWKKH Of AZALEA MOLLH. ------- - - Mo'. la Q"antlt---- Beet In Ql1aUtJ'VVIcJTXD'S '
Stockton & Budd Building, Main St., A llone>rinnon Cnr, -
of salmon and apricot are equally valuable FOIIYSHIDNIYCUREof :
The KursU.nrkofT: railway In Itunnlu'
Jacksonville. Rootnsl5; 10,17. C. M. BROWN In the conservatory the cool greenhouse -
linn a special! cur for hOll-:1uloonprll. K'cf"f\Y.' ad" ttnd4.'' W',.''
:JDENTIST. or the garden (for it Is hardy). Cream Vermifuge f
designed mill furnlxlied' with the very
but[ their time of blooming depend ,
upon the amount of moist warmth they ro .... I
GOVEBflJOR OF FLORIDA. and architect were culled In to plan It. t
Porcelain Inlays, reed vet HEALTH
Tim UworatloiiH are In the best I'url- Has Led all WORM Remedies.
1II1/:1..cla8 work. It is of
: Plate a great mistake to place any I
Inn' styli\ and (the Killte fcnmlo atlondiintit IVKNV BOTTLK OUAKANTKID.DKUOOIST8..
the: azaleas whether of the Indian or '"
60 YEARS A CITIZEN OF look after the coinfcirt of the BOLD BY ALL .. ,.
FOLmUOmN R Japanese group, over the hot water "r don't think we efmld ".... --- SC
THIS STATE.A nippy ('0111'1'0\ : om' !but the newlywed ; honae without Th..Jlord'. SlaekUnughl n&AN.1. 1
_fa eAUdna..of_. turt.TTTATEDA No ."..,.. pipes with u view to hasten their flow l I III lowed I to line this magnificent/ I W. h... ......d .it In thef.ndly .IJAMES F. IiALLARn ST. LOUIS.U J
ering. They must always stand on a fayov.r two ,.an with th. -- ---=- --
ear, which by n stroke of Ingenuity Ismilt
but fit 1'.1&' J haIr. bad
cool. moist, floor, as otherwise failure to not adoetor
TRUSTWORTHY UKNTLET I to accniiiinodato alike the very In tha hOl1. for that length
T man or lady In each county to manage Soldier Under General R. E. open their" buds will probably ensue a"'':althy anti those with a modestnurse. of time. ,It I In a rinntor In ttavlf and GRIPPE t 4't
liUHine for an old estahllnhed hotter ntInlhl but the temperature of the forcing alw.,. r-ady tr> mate a iinnon w.U
Dnauiial utamltnu.. A straight, bona fide I Lee from First to Last Day. The. pnrtlllorm urn removable, anilnanur" JAMKH: HALL .Jaak.Became _
weekly.a ary of '18.00 paid. by check each 1Ilnn.a. house! should be gradually increased aB .n'III., III
trul tl.e IK lined series of
with a.l expenses direct from head,+uartcr.. the buds swell and the atmosphere enr inn 1111 n ,
',*innejr advanced for expennpfl. Enclose ad- will\ con, rvirMiMMitM or n* a couple' of thin great' medicine
unnMid t Bl l- should be kept decidedly moist for Pneumonia follow. La Orlpp
envelope. Manager, 3UO Caxton ,
Chlcarn rv ,' :y in'ti! Itt relicv*** Htointuli' puirn.frci'"* the
Carries four "Yankee" bul them at all times (even when they constipated liowi'U] and invitfor hut never follow the use of

-- ----- -- -- stand In the open air in summer) by ate the! t/Jrl'idJivel' and weakened
'
lets reminder of
a* a gentle
The Largest and Most <5omolafe syringing dally.etr.y. Opnnc I kidneys Honey
that great bloody struggle. FOLEY'S
Establishment South. cures a cold In :31 hour If you !have and Tar
r..I.. that languid/ all tired-out feeling and

GEO. S S. HACKER & SON Crimson Rambler la among/ the best hardly know what IH the matter you Ito DOCTOR '

,, of forcing roses. need a tonic to carry the fever breeding It stop the Cough and heals the laogi.Prevent )p i

THE FRIEND OF Packing In dry sand In a cellar With impurities from the .,stem. Try Opaao ll n..r'..ary in the home whore Pneumonia and Consumption. I'
THE Tablets, a few of them will make .
PEOPLE. you
temperature of from 38 to 42 degrees TbJfor Hlack-Draii: 'lit is
feel like a new periton. Try them for Urn. O. VAO"'., of 1ST O..oo4 Bt., Chicago,
kept. families
said be the best for dahlia living in the
III to storage neuralgia. the effect IH wonderful. I'rlce2Scts. country, mile wrlteet "M, wife bad U grippe and II left bet t f J

d aaa roots. Red l Cross 1'liarmacy have \x-vn ffml.nJ kept in phyiician health- wh" a very bad euncb cm her lan.. which/.
i An easy! way to protect plants Is to COLBI'I Uonaf AHO TAB eared earn p1.5.1g." ,
HIS PIATFOHM. forbear with this, m place over them a barrel with the head their only doctor. rbnjford'. Ct'd :1'0"14: .Imrfll"y
J I II If
I t ts. Ii The farming and laboringmen knocked out and fill in with straw Notice. lllauk IVaiiffht cure biliouanw YEARSEXPERIENCE

i his that consideration. Tips of lily of the valley should bv ., dyele'PNIaeald.. chill and UO '. t

thoroughly frozen before being potted A. C CROON COMITR'I.r.Kll OV TilE fever, bad\ 1'(0,1.| | hradaotipe, a '

GOOD WAGES FOE HONEST I for' forcing.Propagation. J. Htate.nt riorlu la, <1.. onrtlfy. that. a H.. nklnir. diarrhcMi, constipation, colio I
Aawirlatlnn. under the naum of the PUnuW. and almost other ailment
Fd,wif WORK. of the Easter lily from Security, Bank lucauiil: at J..n..>n. Hr.rl.ln... and because every I
tie
'"ru,,nlzwl under the Lawn of HorMn. !h... com.liwlwlth 1t.0I",1I." bowel* I
In recommended 1
the seed Instead of bulb
., liver and r' F
of kidneys
_t1 trl the Mnnklnit Law or tin Htat to nearly con
LIBERAL PENSIONS. Lib- as a method of avoiding; troublesome Flarsda| before ooinnuincInK the kiMliiBH. nfJiklnft trol that b ilth.
,and that by vlrtim of tlm anflmrltymteil
Kseaae.Auratum.[ ,
MANUFACTURERS OF eral School POLICY. The Pri In ".. by Moctlon. till of the lUtrlmnl
Railroad Commis spectosnm and longtfiorumMy Statutes of the State of Florida. the AM..H..tl<>n TKAD MAnas '. I
Doors mary. The I. hereby authorlzol tr cinnin"ni-e a itnnurmt TKrDFORD'SDRaUGHT DasioNsCopvi110NTs .
Sash Blinds bulbs grown In pots make excellent ....
itlxive ,
sion. Hard Roads. Economical .IAlC business under the name "lnA AC. 1 1A
ilanta. with a tock. of ...
capital *ia/HM. ii.fllrennndtirinvbanil nf one. "tn. .betrb and deairrfptlon may
Administration. Paymentof and I Heal ul' "ill/e, : this eulitklr ....'.".11. our opinion free whether an i I
Cool weather suits mignonette to ..
Moulding Material '
& Building liivnnclnn l 0 pnibably '' ''! '' ('ommnntrs.thn.aedctlfaolhentIal. I
2nth Clay of January, A.If. IU04
I 45 at night is best.. ISLA ([- HANDBOOK) on Pawnuaunt ,.
the State Debts. Begn'atlonof degrees ('teal) A. C. CRf. fr... 4MtfiMt in..r for....U.II..pmtenl.. .
d Office A Warerooms. King, opposite- Criminal Corporation and li The new pink chrysanthemum Wll- feb I B-Htl' Comptroller| ..Patent. soda* taken, without iBrouatt enarice Muuu, tot ft.(.;u. reuelre f I

I Cannon Street.Charleston lam Duckham. won the special prizeof
Trust Notice to Cr "ltor... Scientific .Nmerican. i
S. C. the Chrysanthemum' Society ofAmerica I6A I

at the! last exhibition and it handsomely nin, .tr.l.d ...kl,. T.arxiMt "' ... i.
.. wt.ntiaeiuruel, '1'.rm.$3. 1 i
nt
.I..u. "
.n
f Sash Cord A MAN OF DEEDS. already had the Edinburgh; silver 4 Lfi.i'LRf4Osa IIOLDINO cr.A r MK A n A I!?Olin t f
Weights, an medal. Jtbeiatataof directed to WillUmM.present the..ler"I..d.d.are MUM to.the on-, Sir* ""nt( & Cod c Ienkda.r. New York

White Pearl Is a new variety of ,der.lgma-.th.admtnutraar of bl. entate. -in f, 0/11 r fI .W..blIf!oa.AFOLEYKONEY' C._
Hardware. mignonette-flowera white plant compact 'cam of the County Judge at lltanvilla i fl'irl'lit, .--
FOB PRINTING of all kinds done at within two year from the publication of this
Window and rigorous It la said to be good notice I ,otherwise. the aiiie will be .barred!. 1,FOLEYSIIONEYAlfDTAR
and Fancy Glass this office, at reasonable rates. Give for forcing. D. JIERWIX, ..
Provonl Pacutsls..ar :
Curse Doldsl
A SPECIALTY. us a ihare of your work. r.b.lI, loot. (St) Aiiiiilnl.tMtol slops u..COQlI&b: and beaJelQDlIs! I


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE BIABC1I 11. 1904. ,


..
JAMES. PBITCJU1U, President; WM. :M. BROWN Vice-Preeident
BREVARD COUNTY COMMISSION WEST PALM: BI2AC1I. .
EAST COAST ADVOCATE ERS. W. S. BBANNINO, Asst. Cashier,


4 I called LaGRANGE-SEMINOLE HOTEL WEST PAT'M BEACH RIVER

A WBBKI.T JOURNAL DBTOTED TO THB DBTBLOrHBHT The Board was to order on the FLOIUDA. INDIAN STATE BANK
7th Instant by order of the Chairman.
OF THB 1WDIAH BITBB, LAZE
Present: .!. K. Walker, 1st District; J. K Fronting on Lake Worth overlooking the Royal Poinciana. ,
.
WORTH"AND BISOAYHC BAT SWJTIOSS. Mlot, 2nd District; R. A. ConkIIOR, 3rd COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

District; J. C. Jones, 4th District and MR.". OEO. C. LaGRANGE, Manager.
PUBLISHED EVERY fRIDAY J. F. Hull, r.tli District A. A. Htewur: Authorized capital $1 OOe ou
; .
American Plan. 2.00 $2.50 and 3.00 per day. Special low late by week or Paid
clerk and J. P. Brown, sheriff./ up capital, $40,000

D.A LB. H. WALTON, Editor! & Publisher. On motion the rending of the minute month. Accommodation :300. Open the entire year. Average deposits l6Oooo

were dispensed with until later. The same standard excellence of cuisine maintainedwhich made
Discontinuance of advts, must be made per. On motion, Wm. Skinner la placed on
.Bally at this office or by writing.ChooK.eto. the pauper Hat for one month at $21.48< the LaGraoge-Columbia Hotel, Arverne-by-tlie Ses.: L. I., the Transacts a General Banking

and that said warrant be drawn In favor most renowned and patronized seaside hotel.

., may he made payable to CBABL.MH. of Dr. C. P. Plaits for proper disburse Business.
-
WAI/TON, publisher. ment.
The Tax Collector's report of polls EKYJT flIAWIl P A. '
collected during the month of February; '. Largest and Oldest Bank on the River.
CT' In writing!: to the AI>VOCATIC for Informs
and amounting to fa:! for the year lIOa I Exchange bought and old
IDa ox my kind,the writer will oblige by enclosebig ; on all Foreign, ,
and $5 1 for the year 1110) :!, was received. t4 I Countries.
aUtampOfI.addrr.,1] envelope.BtnTON Tax Collector and DRY MAWK, t
County Judge's ro The Mawr Hotel
port of licenses collected during the Bryn PEXN" i'stronageappreeiated.; Prompt servlcr.p. t(
erne's-Tun EAST COAST ADVOoO..TIC month of February, and amounting to treatment, and every favor consistent with t nservative .
ban opened an oflloe at 404 Atlantic avenue, fgf: ) state and $110.50 county was re F ?) banking granted.
OH ton, whluli will bo In charge of Mr Claude cut ved. wSMt"Y 't' CO-RESPONDENTS:

O. Walton. Clerks report of tax certificates redeemed ( Absolutely. Fireproof. ) Y M Phoenix National Hank N. Y.. Empire State
t TinHt Company N. Y., National Hunk of IR :t.<
or purchased during the month _,-._y,_ r"s IfC: souvllle Jacksonville, Via.
Address all communications to of January and February was received.

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, :(jolliers application for pension 01 rL1ITUWViLLL, L L 1..
TITUIIVILLB. FLOBIDA.J. Mortimer B. llarnwell was approved.On OPEN JUNE' TO OOTOBKK. For tprrns. etc., address.

-- -- .- motion convicts Bob Cording, Will -
,f
S. Department of Agriculture Henderson. .J"a. Jackson and Julius Wl .
Hon are hired to D. W. Monroe & Co., at McMurrayBaker
Weather Itureau-Jupiter, Fla. $15: per month.On LELANI STERRY Manager ,

1 motion' the Commissioner of the

First" District Instructed to have a hog
The following IB a comparative state
meat of temperature and rainfall for the pl'oolKate erected at the' south end of Until April 1st., The Breakers! Palm Beach Fla., 4O1-414 East Bay Street, JacklouvUe.o'lorlda..

week ending Tuesday Mar, 8, IfXH.DAT the Dummitt Grove where the county
-1904- -1003- road passes through, also two cattle After April let., Bryn Mawr; Penn. -Makers: and Jobbers of-

*. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN gates where the neighborhood road from ---- ---.
2 78 OH |8O 05: the Indian River to the Lagoon crosse

3 78 ( 70' 7: the main county road running north and -- Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

4 70 (idU 78 72 south. : ,
5 79 05 78 71 On motion the Notary Public's bond 01 -- -
James E. Andrews" approved. Saddlery Rubber Tires.
,
II 77 04 79 70
7 77 0.1} 711 71 Petition of citizens of the Fourth District .
8 75 60 70 T2.Otf :! for appointment of an Inspector of WANERiYD4Y Co. First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
,
Total rainfall for the week: marks and brands at Fort Pierce was received .
------ - ---' -- ---- -- --- ------ ------ -
from normal rainfall for the and, on motion the same I Is
Departure PALA.T A. PLA lnz

week:normal minus rainfall.
minus 2.71 Inches. The Treasurer's report was received INORANGE .

HAL. P. rtAHDur, Observer and checked up. Messrs. Mlot and

____ ___u_____ ..__ ______ ____. Conkllng destroyed tIle paid warrant >x CRATE Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
turned over by the Treasurer with bill ,
THAT was a great political "pow. repirt. lie had his usual certificate odeposit. .

wow" we had in Titusvllle last Sat. MAT REAL .

Politicians Petition of Tl. K. lnnclnr!! et al.. Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick
urday eve lng. surely Paving
citizens of F"i l Pierce, linking that thj,e .....
"score" one another in good and allowance of Henry How man be I Increased

up-to-date style. from $5 to $lit per mouth, was granted.IteportofD. Hay Grain Flour Meal Grits Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville\ Florida Telephone No. 262.

E. Austin, II. Kurdxe ,
-- -- -- ---- ----
and L. D. Jotes road committee, i.iark J. K. jrUNNEHLTN[ General Manager.The .
CLAUDE L'J<;NOI.E, editor of the Ins and laying out a public road Itl Lt.D:1.o.: :: OOD:1On.:: : : =1tc.,

Florida Sun and Labor Journal, While City was received and withou
Jacksonville, ia a candidate for the protest the same will declared a publIc Weight and Quality Guaranteed Oldest Established Grain and Reed House hi tbe State.

road at the. April! meeting..
the
position of delegate from Stateof ---- ----

Florida at to the demo un motion a duplicate warrant is .or. 1' n Fiord, .... ....... .. ..... W/ POKmUriniH .
large dored drawn In favor of J. F Prevatt; in .. .. .. ........ .. :Ill l 10 ANNOUNCEMENTS. 'Wm.. A. :Sours: cSc 0 o.
cratto convention, to be held at St. lien of No. 8045' issued Sept. R, 170a;!, lost Road Fund DlH. Nu. t.

Louis' and he solicits. the supportof On motion D. L. Oaulden, Esq is retained S F Travis *Co, .up oonvlcU ....... .. MHO
to represent the Board, at the A S IMxon, road work..a......... ........ 4 GRAIN HAY AND
the voters at the coming primary. hearing for an injunction on March 28th. N M Flub, road work.. ............ ...... 715 County CommUsloner.To GARDEN SEEDS
.. D M OHteen, sups eonvlote...... .. .... .... 68 IM the Pemocratla Voters of lirevard County i ,
---- --- -- On motion the public road as marked J K" Prevail,*iiit convicts Feb). ... .... ... 4'') 00 I
TUB Royal 1'oinciana gardens at and laid out by W. U. Campbell, J. F Ro.d Fund Din. No. 3.vey County hereby OommlHsloiier announce( from myself the a First candidate District for, Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers

this time of are most beautiful Hood and G. b. Snedeker, from J. M. [ iMv/tim. roa year Minor's south line to Melbourne creek ICC. Life!: sup t'o. lumber for building.... 6 43 lOtb, Reapuctrnlly yours, 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
and visitors to Palm Beach are delighted bridge, Is hereby declared a public road. N M flub road work............. .... ...... 4A HS WM. R, WALKER. aF111r32 ,
..... ... ... .... .
Ell Taylor, .. ... 320:
for Feed. Warehouses tracks of
with what they have seen at Protest of E. A. M. Stewart et al.. Agts. Purina on S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
Road Fund 1M..No. 4.
this beauty spot of the East Coast. citizens of Bovine was referred to Commissioner HA Holmes, road work.. .. .... ........... TOO Other announcements on page 2. -- .

Palm Bench is certainly worth a roll of that district. Road Fund DI.. No. B. ----- aI 3e--+: cans----) *
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of ------
Pay states witness at the Feb ---------
visit from who comes to Hank of Ft. Fierce, road. 'Work.aoct.... ... 1,10/ 6BI r
everyone ruary term of the county court, amount. H Arnold, .. .... .. ... IT 71)r / The most peculiar and Interest.
Florida. log to $ .40 was approved. A Alderman, ........ .. ft ooH VISIT
__ ___n__ Report of Justices of the Peace C. T, Lsnen >, ........... It 00 lag sight In America. Seed
J H Campbell. & Sons, ". ... .. .. 3300CltRaoey Potatoes.
HOCKI.EDGE: has made considerable Mctirlde and II. G. Bronson was re- ,. .... .. .. 4 Ifl THE FLORIDA

strides within the last year or oeived.Bonds of E. A. Green Jonathan Aids, C I. &: Sup Special Co.lmuber..1.Road Fund DIs...No.3.E ........ .. 13 IMfitul 8bl.1

so, in the way of building One win. P. W. Roberta F. II. Sams to carry pis: Krouiial: road work.. ........ .. .. 1W 3O Ostrich Farm Co. l SPAULDING'S ROSE No. 4 .
$3.25
tots and P. K. Robinson, J. A. Richards S' r Ford, .... ........... ..I/IIJII: ,
ter homes. The orange groves, K R Hunter, ... ....... .. .. 10 Oil BLISS TRIUMPH $3.00"
also, have netted a nice little sum and S. A, Sorensen to carry rUles were fltowney, ................ .. 6 00) '
approved.On Hick*A!: Bomlder," ............... .. Id on JACKSONVILLE. LI I HEBRON, $2.76"
for the growers this season, and on motion the petition of n. II. Hancock Henry ReilillUK, ............... .. 4 //III
BI Lip-comb, II ........ ...... .. 3114I eaP Garden and Field Seeds.
the whole, we thin: Rockledge has et al., citizens of Tantle praying P Lito wllOn.II ........ ... .... .. :HV 80
reason to feel proud of herself. It for a new precinct, is granted, and the E Fouler, ........ .... .. 13 AO t I L. b.A. H/F: :!: tcx'pi3'l SJoodJSHtXXd-H.:: : : *
clerk Is ordered to publish the same CamplMll. ........ ..... ... 810W
certainly has enjoyed a year of law aecordlnlto C Hradtlock, .......... ... .. till 80 Bay St. Jacksonville, .
aa No. 17. A J Atalier, ... .... ... .... .. :3500K -I :::
prosperity and we congratulate our Petition of F. K. Hunter etal., citizens Wiley. II ........ ........ .. seen : : :
thriving neighbor.HITCHES of Mlcco, for a public road is receivedOn J E Au.tel, ,. ....... .... .. .. 88 7fl -n .
motion the same la granted, and J. Special Road Fund DIM. No. 4.

----- M. Herndon Joseph Wllllaraspn and II t. Brown, road work.. ............... .. 38 BO
the construction Wm Brown. .... ..... .......... 380K SOMETHING' :: :
regarding Peter Ilertleunn JSTEJ: W
are appointed commit.
a O Walker,shell ........ .......... 143 3ii .
of the great; canal have already' tee to mark, view and lay out the same. meal work ... ....... .. I 25ECL&Snpplycolumber
appeared. No money can be paid I Letter of E. A. Holt wan referred to .... .. .. .. .. 13 Da ELASTIC PULP PLASTER-For Plastering Walls and Ceilings.
the Convolssoner of that district. Special Road Fund Dill. No. B.WM One half the weight. Same cost.
to Panama until the Spooner act is Petition of Louis K. Smith, et al., Hall,road work ..... ...... .......... A3 M COMPARED ] Twice the strength. Great durability.
modified ; a clearer title to the prop. citizens of Grant for road Is D II Conkllng, .... .... .. .... .... .. d t MKOWalkr > WITH I will not crack or crumble.
a public
re .. .. ..
.. .. .. 3T 60 Can be hard numbed or painted.
erty can hardly be claimed until celved, and on motion, the same Is Pliuitert Beo lUnk, road work acct .. 74 00 COMMON }f v.ill, bold on metal, tile and brick. .
the suit Colombia has brought wanted, and I S. A. Smith, Lars Jargen Game Warden Fund. Planter today, carpenters follow toinorrrw.

against the French Canadian company son and Cbas Christensen are appointeda T A Robinson,soot game warden .... 40 00 PLASTER.| I j :Nana Water can aouklnfr be driven dues luto not weaken It and withdrawn or discolor Just It. as with wood.
.. .... ..
committee to mark, view and layout V T Worley. dap Kame warden 4 00
is decided. A vast amountof the o! H 8aundur dep (game warden.,.. ... IB HO We have the exclusive sale In lirevard and Dade Coua.lee. Addreu.EAST .
same.
I' Krimical, ilep gains. warden .. .... .. .. 4 00 COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
machinery must be made beforea Letter of James A. Grove was referred JNWaJl"r.depg..mewarol..u.1 .......... 400
shovelful of dirt can be moved. In, the Board's attorney for a written Fine and Forfeiture Fund.A Dealers In Lumber and Building Material, EAU 0ALLIE, FLA

opinion. Widow's application of Amelia A Stewart, crliu pros co ct.. .. ... .... 1178
.. (/'. Mime for a pension, was approved. J 1' Brown, .. .... ........ W sa
.. M u ........ .. II en
CKOMWKI.L.GIBUONs previously The following bills were paid : cmnonenes ............ 17 W: Hodges c& Q'XZara:
annnounced in these columns is <9en ral Funl. IJLOauhlenonnvlotlonf8f'. .....v. MOO rI_ 'tie
a J It
Walker, Co Com amt
mileage $ 4 00 -ae
candidate for ,1 U. allot, .. .. Feeding IVIwnera Fund.J Dealerslin...
National Committee 8.' ...Manufacturers and
R A Conkllnfr. II it: II"! P Brown feeding; prisoner..... ..... 83 MOn Nearly WO)icurantlo hlrds standing S to in feet
men for Florida, and he wants your John ('. .lonea, >. 20 no) motion tbe Board adjourned to hl\(h, welnhlnn! :nn( to 4mi imiuulH euch. Untrloli Ron(th
,1 K Hell. II :M: 1k) nests ell(".oHiricliea sitting and baby ostriches andDressed CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.Orange
vote at the coming primaries. Mr. ,i WH Norwood Reg Ollloer and asp....... 13 tat meet first Monday In April at 8:30: a. m. suet hatched. .
Gibbons who of the Electric Uiiht Co ..... .... 1014)4AMteeartoupyingminutes. Julden escort visitors thmtiiih the term ex-
was speaker ; ...... .. A INI pi ilnlnir all about the lilnla. their nests, habiu, Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates, Mouldings, Shingles, etc.
House of Representatives at the last A I> Penney, alary. county Judge ... 2B 00 plumaee,etc Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
I It t nanlden. Salary. Pros A tt). ... ... a:) 3.1 DR SELLEN ON TITUSVILLE. & O'llara Buffalo Bluff Fla.
Florida of the
he Address Hodges
Legislature says will J Brown, Jillor ... ........ .. ..... .. at) no any part State. : ,
earnestly guard the interests of janitor .. .. ......... .. BOO -- -- --
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I' II waiting on Cu Com ....... 4 ou
the democracy of Florida in the Walter Stone, ferryman..,.. .. .... ...... 10 on Editor Knit Conut Adrocatt: .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH
future well he his in the A A Stewart. .arooimtant...... ..... ... .. 80 00 :N""C>TICE.ro
as as past, llrer To MUte Hank. fUcalagt*............ :!h) !M Slrl-I am leaving Tltiisvllle.but I assure 4u
if elected. IKS Hank. .............. 11 M you very reluctantly a8 pressing Brewing Asso's.Fatuous
K W H..II, aoot tax coil corn....... ...... 400 INI business calls me away. I want to .
-- A A Htewa.t, tax red rcpt ...... .......... 4 HOJ > Packers and Growers of Pineapples and
ALREADY the > P Hrown, convey oo convlots.... .. .. .. 4 (no thank you for your kindly notice of myself
political horizon is K E Minn Jr. nhauklm. ...... ... .. :3 OO in your valuable paper. Ever since I St. Lonls Keg and Bottled Tomatoes
flecked with clouds-both large and Town Tltiwvllle cleaning; eeas pool jail... son arrival In Jacksonville, and all Beer. : j
J 1 I. Drown, nun 1I1r..co et............. 1 140 my
small ; but still Senator Taliaferrois wait on oo eft ...... .. ... .... 4 I'll through the East Coast, the ADVOCATE: Bold by Me". n....A. Lesley and Before purchase your Paper for
rapidly in the estimationof Julius Kline, III.IHO for Jail....... ........ 170 has been heralded as tbe best of papers. you
rising Hrady!/: Bro, ............. 3 :MAnvocATK Vltb such an efficient manager how R. L. Motlnw.TltanllJe."la. _
Floridlans. Ills friends print blanks eo..... ....... a>> 78 ",trapping it ,,'illa to write us for
are- II ultux.t5t. ..... .. ......... ..... !2 lit could It oa otnerwiaer By Mr. R.L. Motlow,Cocoa,flu.JOSEPHZAPF. ) you
legion, ana when the day of the Bank of Ku Fierce, ducal agent.. .....:: It) HA The climate of Tltusvllle excels any
primary is over, the genial and 1'lImters Security Jlank.II ......... 24 DO place on the East Coast, and It ought toM s samples and prices. VVe can furnish you
pop. .1 M Hinilert, coroner In'luO.t ..........., 3 00
ular Senator will be agreeably surprised .I L Hnellte..ellIl..her! InqnMt....... ..... Too >generally acknowledged as such. The
ChusClevelandjuror Inquest........... I(0) The people are kind and hospitable.The liffereiit' grades and different colors.
at the big vote he has polled. Ram Child, ..... .*.... 200f ladla are progressive and ambitious; Sole Agent.c'
Ills (1 Mhaw, ............ lilt)
unceasing: labors in pushing the M C Dixon, ... ......... I 01. the men are too; it would not be fair to Honey', saved in buying is .
Indian War Claim Is one "feather John MttlilK .... ....... ,.. 1 00 leave them out in the cold. All whom I fllO to 020 West Bay Street

in hia cap.," not to mention countless John W K Booth 0.xe, wltneag Inquest., ........................... 1 100 011MIIII..1 have liMn are a The credit future to the of town In : JACKSONVILLE FLA. :l'IONE'Y: r_&:DE. .
Titus- ,
_ others. Bradley, .. .......... ..... IIMI( which they lire.
J H Holt .............. 11M.. villa Is surely safe with such energetic '
JM Robinson, .............. 100 at the head of affairs-both llnan- Write us
'- men
A'A Knffner, .......... .... 100
made THE: streets of Washington are J T V K Reed Nevlua., to ......................... lOll 100 dally The hotel Intellectually manager and, Mr.morally.Irwin, is also F. A. LOSLEY XJUXTXTJEJOSouthern: :: :P 5.7PER: c..
lively
by thirty-eight carriages C P Platte, atten and fare pauper ....... SMri 45 hard to entertain his guests befitting ,
kept by the for K: Lyinan, pauper............... 10 OO working and he deserves S; Office. Atlanta Ga.
government town
.. ...... ... ....... this lovely THE BREWERY SALOON.
lI"n..llowll1aa

Its driven well by paid men employee.carried These the are J II Lewis.llairln, ': :::::::.:::::::: 10001: :; ncoursgement shall retllrn and to Tltusvllle assistance.I .at no very 610 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. = +...........+....+..+*

on rolls MFutch, ................ JO 00 I leave with and Domestic ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER If
and
as watchmen laborers ., ................ d distant date, very; pleasant -Imported
and A Gore 00
messen: hail Tal madm, ................ a OO memories t E. Vesey Hall JX ;you are, get one -of Walton' Patent
gers. A private secretary, or the ; Wm AmlenonMn. 'a ................ a OO )(r. and Mrs. F. A. certainly Wines &
"chief" of a bureau in J. O. Johnson, .. ................ I OOBamantha made visit one ever Morn remember Liquors Cigars Georgian, Fla. : Calking Tools; Invaluable to boat-
a govern. : Grtfll.. ,> ................ 1100 my ,
__ __ merit coach, with a colored man on J W Long ....,........... 8 00 ed. The World Renowned Anhenser Busch 2 builders and owners of boats. Calks
the CHoneDham. ,. ................ 10 00 My beet wishes for all Interested In the t Boat Builder. : : boat
box ia a eight to make one's Lex Frailer ................ 00 Interest of this glorious southern town Brewing Association's Famous more rapidly than any; other
............ S
mouth water. It is also a sufficient n Mary K Va"I.Rogers ...................S 10 OO 00 01 Tltnsvllle. MART E. SKIXKN, M. D. Beers on draught ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK.I J calking tool In the world. Price $4.00

commentary upon the Civil Service Bam Young ................ B W East Coast friends be sure to call on me .5 Write for Estimates. and $8.00 each at ADVOCATE office' ,
.tbt such! be Road rand DI.No. I. the when In I .

G things can N M FUh, road__work ..-..,................. 4 10 Do you subscribe for ADVOCATE f JaclucnIUe. ........... ........... TUusTllle. Fla. I



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EAST: CUASi' ADVOCATE MARCH 11. 1004 5

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Eden.Mrs. Tibbals. I UEORO MARS JOAN :MARX.
BOW TO SAVE ICE. j
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THE OLD RELIABLE .A.R.: BEr <>S. '. 1
VV. F. Richards _
entertained the
Mr. and Mra11\ Jennings left for the
-. .. :Social Club on Wednesday evening.' north / I
on Saturday morning !
Mrs J. II. I WHOLESALE GROCERS.
T-eTourneau entertained Miss Clara Otwell was. the guest of I
1 tUe'lea! Club on Wednesday aftoinoon. I ; t J _
Jo Mrs. J. U. Andrews
t over !Sunday.:


o IPA; I orange evening N. M"grove Vlmlck for h,.,,?who., arrived has ,a on fine Tuesday young suddenly Mr. and north Mrs.,W.on H.1 Sunday Harris nlghr wore/ called by a Fruit and Produce Jobbers.e ,

a stay at the Netherby. dispatch, stating! the serious illness of I ,

Edward TeTourneau came home, on Mr. Harris' father, at Xancsvllle Ohio I rryv I
0j t Monday night from school to rest Ids, Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA. i
Mr. Uolcome of Kdou launch
gave .
j oo the Ice bill eyes, which were weakened by an attackof I ,
of economy the The
o The one ntiestlon that appeals foicibly to everyutgglsteeaaol measles. party party consisted to later of Mr.on and Tuesday.Mrs. (Jnreton.1 WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED. i j

I :housekeeper, as w >ll as to Mrs. F. B, Richards returned TUOH- Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mcrwln, Mrs F.dward'I ,

yenta, butchers, grocers. day from Stuart, where she has spent Mill\ Miss Miller, Miss F.njtlanc1l\n,1 )lr. ',: PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
fact t to every merchant who ounsutnua two weeks visiting her cousin Mrs It. Luce. There was l.VMus: of 1lsh In the t'
f r. to in ids! i busiueHs.Vumerous' W. Richards. launch when they returned late In the good PotatooH, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In vcason. 4I
let '
t".tMand careful experimenting Since tho evening, after a glorious dIY of sport. I L..We solicit consignments( of Fruit and Vegetable I ii
storm have
resulted. In the discovery of the we discovered I

have ICE PAD, which when placed several expert glaziers in our ruklHt The terrible ball storm which spent its --- --- - -- ----,_- -.------ ..- -- ----.--- i
RAVIN box or the Ice chamber of They can put up as "putty" a job as the fury on our little town," Friday night ;, '
to J In 70111 i lee 'ator will 1 reduce the conwmptloo most expert. was certainly the worst ever recorded In : \ Eau Gallie. .
t rAbsolutely
refi Igei
jour 'O the state, of the linlf stones being \
many
Ice
I 15 to 33 1-3; cent.
of your per Surgeon W. F. Arnold, IT. S. X aftera the size of eggs( / nud coming with a force I '
The 1'.111. au Ingenious little device, thee visit of two months with his slitter that seemed if balls Puro ,
as they
of which In one of Its greatest Mrs. E. A. Ireland left for the north were cannon O. KKnittNAK RriUIYI.KIt. >I. 1>._Telegraph -
simplicity Ljiiiime'uiUUon8. All you do la to place ,' and as if the Jape bad suddenly taken n otllutt "pi>u all night, Kuu (Cullle, % r I 1 1a
Saturday morningMr. SUBSTITUTE
,
of Ice chamber notion to practice on Tlbbala before returning THERE IS NO

Itort the' bottom your If and It will and Mrs. A C Fisher leave New to the )Port Arthur end of the .
the tee reeling upon Miss Lucia Perry will tMitoitnln on Fl'l.diIY.
tritb York war. !Morning found "snowed ---- --------- ------
for us quite
Floild.i.
Write for booklet.I' ti.diiy 1 Tliev will\ .
du the rent. visit the luieiior of the state b..fol'ucom- under," with a covering of Ice that took

O. WAl/rOJT, AGENT. ing to Indian River.C. over forty-eight hours to disappear. The Melbourne.Sub.uriptiousfortheAuvocATE. II. Bradford la erecting an addition this < I )'
.
Titusville, Florida pines and beautiful grounds of the differantplaces store. .' \
A. Robinson has been taking parties\ almost
were ruined. No place
--- to the inlet neatly every day for two :, Capt. Harrington left for the north on ," .

MRS. IDA D. BRUNERGeneral neokM. They have, bad splendid success escaped though the without greatest some force broken of the windows storm,, the pink paper, of the East Coast will be Thursday last. -._...,.,

Manager for the World catching bluefish and. mackerel every located rather to the south af the town I received at the Melbourne PoHtotllce. K. W. Johnson left for his Chicago I LOOK TO YOUR EYES. &,

Famous til p.Mr. doing the most damage there. The I RirHAKD W. ROODIC.-Renl Estate, Notary' home on Saturday' If suffering from any eye defects. or won (

i and Mis. Chas, S. Schuyler enter- beautiful places of Wooiloote and Lin- Public and Agent fur jtttn Col. T. J. Shave' ha. moved" Into hit.palatial sight call at my new well-appointed opt) .
Londonand: ::
:
ofFor wood badly wrecked and and i Globe 1 1 llartronl. and
"BalIn Fig- tained at dinner, last Wednesday, evening were were certainly Liverpool Fire Insurance ('0"- residence. on 11 iKhlllll.llve.Jtp.nclCe cal Institute. Special, complete louse
Mr. and 1 a sad MIJtht. J. T. Waters lost lrovlilen Washington
Mis. .1. II. LuTuuineau, grinding outllt in connection.
attention to the ituwre -
all Ilia of Women.All Dr. W. J/. Arnold, U. S. N. ; Mis, E. A,. most of the plants on his /grounds, that |pnulee..t.01 nou Hpuclul"' .r Hlclenti). paid Tea at the residence of Col., Du. E. 1C. AKMSTRONO. h

) letters of Inquiry rhuorfully anxwereil. Ireland!, Miss Frances B. Arnold and have always been the pride of TlbbaU. -- -- ,- Perry this. week. No Russians admitted, 11 Laura St. Jacksonville! Fla. 1 '
Local office at Park Cottage Miss Battle Bryson. The windows In the ball-room of the DR I.. A. rnvmniAN AND Hnioitox.ItpBlilcnfio ,
Ken tlnlllu, Capt. Harrington, of HolUml, Mich.,
Club House, were broken as was the Melbourne. At evory
,
I West Palm Beach Fla. The Ladies Aid Society met at the I beautiful Tibbals memorial window In afternoon. was the guest of Ciipt.' and :Mrs. Colby i

manse, List Friday afternoon and punned this week.
-- -- ---- tile Episcopal church. The smaller windows IIOTKt.: lIEr.t.E\'PE-I\I.lbollrllo. Vlitrlilo A Georgiana.

the time very pleasantly covering and too, were very much damaged. health winter ri'nort on high pine laud 1, over Th'e steamer Spartan, has rein rnoii: -
West Palm Beach.The arranging/ the S. 8. library. They have, Captain Webster's new house had mostof I"okhlilludhu, Klvnr. lI.4t".I'! 'J suit upward for another cargo of lumber for the K I ,. :
had several additions to the list of books iior ilnv. Hpot'UI rates par work i nr HUANOII.wrltu Mrs. Rose Enslin
the windows taken uutaDd at thin went to Cocoa Friday -
was greatly for rates to :Minium.. ]'.. !M niilmll) C. L A Supply Co. place
In the way of donations from friends, ..damaged: watt the plantation of Mrs. IMiiniiKer, R. W. luinptHill: rtoprlotor. to BOO. to her property over there
I City dock has been re-built and and havo now 150 volumes which are Maud Richards. But in the marvelous The Wyiiona, O. F. Paddlsou's thou :She roturnotl'Fnesday. A
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put lu /good condition. Since the hurricane I catalogued and ready for use. way this county has for recovering, even Dr. James C. I>avU, of Kanxiiit City, launch took a run to Itovkledgoou> Mr. Long nnd wlf who
the dock has been an unpleasant o now, the effects are fast passing away, was a guest of the Mcltrido home I ho. neadiiy, with a party of frlondit. recently
Miss Beatrice Richards had the invit.itlons tMiughtlho I K !iw>tt place. h' io', left or t
feature to tile residents and visitors out for a patty last Saturday ,and it Is hoped now, that the loss on the past week. The yacht Pints Is housed In Kan:: Wednesday of lust week, for their home It.

Editor C. H. Walton, of Tltusvllle The terrible cyclone proved no drawback, pineapple crop will be very much less Home valuable teal estate In Melbourne I nallio'ii harbor for the oondnv summer In (Ocean) Trove, N. J. They are nice- I

with a party of friends, attended the the wrecked house was but an added attraction than It looked on Saturday morning.A U changing; : hands. Will toll you more Cnpt. Colby will return early In the fall people' and wo miss them very much. j

dance at the Royal Poinciana on Satur- for the chllren, who amused about it later on. The sloop, Mattle. IT., Capt. Symtnondi Mr handy loft Monday for his home I
day night. lIe was a guest of the Break themselves picking up Iiallstones and Great Scnsutloit. the harbor
In command In loading
On the altar of the Episcopal church, was In Evanston, III. Mrs Handy remain
ers for a few days. Imagine wading through what a northern the Ice, winter and trying was like to There wan a big sonxntlon In Lcesvllle, last Sunday: wore many lovely! rOlleR trom with good thing. for Another cruise. as the uuest of her friend Mrs.I hempstead +
,,
, :Many\ of our northern visitors are If this. was a sample. Mrs. Richards had Ind.. when W. 11. Brown of that place I the /garden of Mrs.V.. T. Wells. Dir McCoutioll, of Phlladulpliiu, was one for another month In our "[.I.nll
their faces northbound and yet of the pity on board! thin comfortable of Sunshine and, which she ,
Flowers
turning very dainty refreshments for the little who was expected to dm, had his life I Com. f. C. Hewitt has returned from '
filled those sloop. thinks ,
their places are by comingfrom saved by Dr. King's/ Xew Discovery for .0 delightful.
people, and the party was voted a fine : his trip to Palm Beach In the launch
more southern points. Many pre success. Consumption lie writes: "I endured Insufferable Dreamer Capt. Martin, and I I..* again a Among the ladles who, took a dip In Mr Tucker, lion In-lnw, of Dr. Cnpron I

dict a larger season than usual. agonies from asthma, but your guest of the Carleton cottage.W. the ocean on Holiday last were: Men launched hU tine launch the first of this 1
Mrs. S. II. Saunders entertained the
Miss M. E. Cutler and friend Mrs. New Discovery gave me Immediate relief dames tinodgrnss: and Colby, Dr. Sarah week. It Is I the largest one Mr. Hall has.
Lynch, of Boston who have been with Club very delightfully, last Friday eve and soon thereafter effected a complete' Dow and, family have returned C. Iltiilgson, ; Misses\ | A. Florence llodg over built and Is u/ bounty. It will be
ning. The ladies all wore roses, perfect from their cruise down the River as far ,
Dr, and Mrs. Burnbam for the last six curo. Similar cures of consumption, lion, BiMihiliVIHOII| Harriet Towne, lies- taken down to Stuart/: iu noon as she receives -
. weeks, left for DeLand on the ttth, and beauties, most of them grown in the open pneumonia bronchitis and grip are nu- I aft Palm Beach, much pleased with their ale Hodgson, Lucia Parry Allow Nnud. a few moio Mulshing, touches.
will be guests of the College Arms for air. Mrs. Webb, had a perfect gem, an merous. It'. tbe peerless] remedy for all trip and all. the beautiful places they saw. grass Fuller, and! Majle and Huth Pnd-
for Boston.Mr American Beauty, grown In her censer throat and lung troubles. Pi Ice OOo, Hotel In dlson. A stranger a few days ago askivt the
llellevue popularity -
two weeks before leaving The grows
Mrs. Saunders had provided question: "Can. raise
vatory and $1.00.) Guaranteed by Rod Cross you potatoeshere
and ban
:\ and Mrs. R. \V. Gilder and daughter delicious refreshments, which were eaten Pharmacy. Trial bottles free as the season advaucea, now Capt. and Mrs. Colby carried! a jolly ?" If ho had seen J. W. Itrunor
are occupying Mr. Jefferson's cot I with much zest (by one lady especially) ---- a charming lot of guests: who praise It party to Melbourne Beach on the yacht digging some of his tho llrst of tho week.

tage, Saltair. Mr.\ Gilder is editor of Among out of town !guests we noticed,, for UH home like comforts and! excellent Pinto thin. nook. Among those on board! one of which weighed lajl I pounds, ho .

the Magazine, and Is a very Mrs. Snyder:! Miss Flote and Mr. De Melbourne Beach. table. this handsome. yacht wore: Mr. and Mrs.' would have had an anttwnr. A. L. B rim- '

close friend of the veteran actor. The Wille of New! York. The duet by Mrs. Van Dusnn, of Philadelphia Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McNabb,, er Is also digging; some very fine ones.
much with their delightful and !Miss Emma: Springier of MI'II. Snodgrass> Mr. and Mrs. J. 1.111: ,.
family are pleased ,
We visited terrific hurricane Mr Waldo Clement and
were by a Ainsworlh Mr and Mis, charming
Hodgson Mrs. ,
situation on the west side. Admiral Glllla and family, with a few Merchantvllle, N. J., sang/ taut Sunday ,
last Friday evening, or, at least we friends made a trip to Eau Gallic on morning In the Episcopal church, wasgrand. II. U. Hodgson, Miss A. Florence IIcIIIlion ,,- little daughter; !Miss Catherine, and! son
The Free Reading Room has been benefited thought we were, until we visited our Tuesday morning. In the Dawn; Miss Lucia Perry, Miss Wilson, Miss Alan, of New York city, arrived! Sunday:
by the Influx of our northern neighbors at Tibbals, where the damage Fuller \Miss Bessie Hodgson, Miss. Harriet The rent of the family are expected In a t l

friends, showing their appreciation of beggars description. The W. F. Richards Mrs. Glbbi and Mrs. Whiting entertained Mrs. Pettlt and Mrs. Van Dunen! of Towne, 101 r, and !I rN. 8. It. Taylor tMl's. few days. They are generous, whole- 1 4Draylng t,

the opportunity to find so many of the estate was the only place damagedto a number of their friends at Jive Philadelphia wilt have been pleasant Frank Smith, Capt. Harrington, J. souled people, and all extend. lo them a I

latest books. Mrs. Henry Phipps pre. any extent hero. The hall stones, as o'clock tea on Saturday afternoon. guests of the Carleton cottage( left for A. Gilbert and otliPis. The party returned cordial welcome

vented to the Library over 100 books Including large as eggs, were piled up in windows Capt. Boaujean took a picnic party Palm Beach and other point of Interest about five o'clock after K (pleasant Mrs. Plumb, of Klroator, III., cnmo to

fiction history and science, last everywhere, and the pineapple plants from Melbourne Beach to Tropic on last Thursday. call at (lie residence of Admiral (Hills Itocklmlge Sntuiday and stopped with
weak Mrs. John Waoaruaker sent 23; looked as If they were beaten with flails the tine and and a lunch on the ocean boaoli. Capt! friends!
Tuesday, to see gardens Mr. and Mrs. Burn and son, of Philadelphia over Sunday and oarne on to our
books; so that the shelves and cases In There wele windows broken In every. acres and acres of beans. are again at their pretty Palm and Mis. Colby return to the north thin place Monday, where she wlllrumaln the
the Reading Room otter many Inducements house on tbe estate, the dwelling/ Urove home In the west end of town. week much to the regret of their friends rest of the season. She comes down
for all sorts and conditions; and cupied by Mis. Richards and chlleen suffering Mrs. Oliver, of Olean, N. Y who with In Eau GalliaPneumonia
to have these nearly winter anti baa
We are always pleased every many warm
each and every reader of this paper and ; worst. Everything In tbe house two lady friends Is visiting points of Interest personal friends hero who '
charming people come. are always
less and the loss the Bust Coast spent Tuesday :
their friends are cordially Invited to enjoy was damaged more or ou to I
glad her
tbe advantages tbat tbe room offers. will be very beavy. Mr. Wey's wharf with her friends, Mesdames Glllls and Oeo. Murdock of Chlnago,; Is one of ,follows a cold, but never see
was washed away, and all the rest of tbe SI Ickney. the late arrivals in Melbourne who U follow. the use of Foley's Honey and Tar Dr. Felgel's RI'Ip I arrived safe and sound

Two very Interesting! and talented damage, In the wbole place will not enjoying life heio. His wife and children It stop the cough, heal and strengthen)) Monday night of last week and lie has ;
While northern friends continueto
ladles, from New York, have been guestsat amount to one dollar We are very write our "It 13 silll and came to Melbourne early In the season" the lungs and affords (perfect security been very busy ever since. All who ;
the Holland for the last few weeks. sorry for our Tibbals neighbors,; whose u, snowing the mocking with her parents, Dr. and Mrs Veach. from an attack of pneumonia. Refuse have had work done speak In the highest
Miss de Lavalette baa a rich contralto damage Is so severe, especially the lovely sleeting/ we are listening to substitutes. Mold by Hod Cross Phar terms of his work and manner of doingIt. :-
bird fresh and John Nicholson -I
voice, and Miss Pauline Ryder Is a violinist homes of Messrs. Jennings and Hudson eating mulberry pies The yacht Princess, Capt. macy. One enlhiislnsflo lady said "It does I
in sunshine. with
basking the warm arrived here Monday a pleas-
of rare ability. they have, appearedon where the storm wag hardest.<< It seemedtoo I not hurt to have him pull teetb anymore I
the East :sIde at the Fortnightly dreadful that they should suffer sucb Oliver Gibbs huts become a full-fledged party on board, from Boston, who, after than It does to clean your Anger I

Club," and met with great appioval. loss and the rest of us wicked ones Beacbite having purchased the King/ oruHiDg south, return to Melbourne home sight and South Rockledge. nails" The genial Doctor, with its I
The of the concert was lie has make will gladly purchase a lovely charming wife and little.
evening 7tb, a escape. place. already begun to / bright daughter ;
______ ___ on the bluff If the owner will only sellIt l
given In the Congregational church to( a Improvements. By another season it left for Tltusvllle Tuesday,
appreciative audience, Mrs. T. 'I' DANGERS OF PNEUMO IA-A coldat will be one of the show places along the to them. Our hotels are doing/ big tourist busi r

Reese being the accomplished pianist this time If neglected is liable to cause Indian River.A Among the charming guests of Hotel ness. Foley's kidney Cure make the kidneysand :

and accompanist for Miss Ryder It is pneumonia which Is so often fatal, and of thirty from Indianola were Bellevueare: Mesdames On mKitlertog, Mrs.\ Kutchen and daughter, of Fond bladder right. Contains nothing Injurlou -

with much regret these ladles leave for even when the patient has recovered the booked party to spend Saturday: and Saturday Clodt; the Misses\ Katharine Grim M. du Lao WIs., are stopping at C. It. *. Hold by Red Cross Pharmacy. I i
at, Augustine to their weakened ,them Annie Eld red and Mesiirs.
:journeying lungs are making peculiarly night at the Beach weather being favor- M. Bryant, Magruder's.It .
northern friends they the > McLean. These c
home. The many susceptible to developmentof Oeo. and J. I parties
have made during their stay here, are CODSU mptlon. Foley's Honey and Tar able. As It was not, the party did not have jolly times boating and fishing and does a person eyes good 1 to see the IJrnyhlW. k kI
but the weather will be
anticipating their return another season. will stop the cough,; heal and strengthen arrive; we hope they always catch the fish and sometimes fine vegetable gardens o( J, F. Wooten I
favorable and we will sue them befol.emlny I
the lungs and prevent pneumonU. Sold days. big OIIOH. soil M. frey. / or hauling 0't all I Intls promptly -

haw or inflamed lungs yield quickly by Red Cross Pharmacy.Jensen.. Outdoor sports and social pleasures are Mr. Joe has begun shipping hU grapefruit I attended to. Meets all trains. Stove *',

to the wonderful curative and healing Mrs.: Butler's. friends at Melbourne vielng/ with each other for popularity. of which ho has a largo crop of wood for sale ut all times. .i

qualities of Foley's Honey and Tar. It Beach, received word from Ormond on With the weekly gun club, card parties, very linn ci|'11111 ty. K. H, HOLTKN' Tltusvlllo. .
that she had entered Into that
prevents pneumonia and consumption Saturday inimical socials Ice souUls lawn .
cream prominent lawyer, of --- ----------- ---
Mr. Bagley a
iroiii rest for which she had so longed; and /
a hard cold settled the lungs.
Red (Cross Pharmacy. on while ou* hearts go out In sympathy to parties, picnics and, rowing, tinning, hunting Informal, Madison, WIs.. Is visiting his friends, for! Mule at Gi-orglunu, Florida. }

Born to R W. Baker, a fine girl, on the dear friends-and more especiallyto affairs launch parties are occupying mauy the merry attention of Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. Avorlll.Kockledge 1

Monday. the young son In his first great sor our visitors who Hod, not only enjoyment < / Is one of the beauty tree 15 !acirs Improved land centrally loca-

White City. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ross, a fine girl, row-we are glad to know that her sufferings but much benefit In their visit In of the Kant. Coast) ; and a* we have ted: frontage of I 11 rods on Indian River. r

on Tuesday. to so sweetly and patiently borne Melbourne.La thoroughly up-to-dare hotel., no tourist Contains line young/ orange grove lalearlug
are ended. should miss seeing It. Address, 'r, II. CrtA)tuEJLH, I

Ming Lena Orrel bas been on tbe sick Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Schuyler have grippe coughs yield quickly to the B. J.. Johnson Is buoy packing up his ; him GeorgUna, Fla.

hit for several days. friends visiting them. Robbed the Grave. wonderful curative qualities of Foley'sHoney furniture which hi will ship. to his. new ---- -- -- I I

Geo. Beck is at horn. lie works on a Beans are being shipped from here In A startling Incident Is narrated by "just as and good.Tar." Jed There Cross I IR nothing Pharmacy.else home near Richmond, Vs., where he Is I STOKE TO I.ET-In the ADVOCATE
residence Eldred. large quantities. Prices are low. Inwi e.ted In Urge stock farm.
being erected at John Oliver, of Philadelphia, as follows: a I Building, Tltusvllle, Via suitablefor

I Have you read the announcements of The cool and pleasant weather Is "I was In an awful condition. My skin DEATHS ON EAST COAST. Mrs. Alice Floyd and daughter, Olive any kind of business.-Apply to

\ candidates for office In the pink paper? much appreciated after tbe few day of was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue Beatrice, of Lincoln Mass.. Mrs. M. K.: C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE olllce. I
warm weather. continually In back and Brown of Haco Me. Dr. James McKee
Mr. coated, pain ;
from Deedrlch came home, on Sunday, of Titusville sides, no sppetlte, growing weaker day The following news came to this office wife and daughter, Wend: of N. Y., are STYLE : o
Jensen where be la engaged among Sheriff Brown, quietly too late for last week's Issue: WHY USE OLD BLOCKS ; ,
the .. and took three by day. Three physicians had given me at the Power cottage, with Mrs. K. E. best Self-Lock- .1 '
pines. walked In here, !Sunday: Mr. John W. Merrill, of Kansas' City, when you can buy the .
Then I was advised to use Electric Nutting.The J
up. the
Block at nearly same-
of colored population away. lug Tackle ,
Mr. McMullen. Eden here last our Bitter. to great Joy the first bottle Mo., died at Tropic Indian Hlver, on
of
was ; my ADVOCATE circulates quite| extensively price. Now In use In the UnitedStates i.
Friday hailstorm at Tibbals was \Keb. 27, from hemorrhage of the stoma
done his The recent made decided Improvement. I continued -
having some work on a and
the resort' hotels, and Army Navy Departments. :Ji
writer ever aw. The hail and ach. Deceased was In his 70lh year; among/
orange grove. tbe worst the their use fur three weeks, am Prltcliard & Sons
in them at orthe
should be well represented Examine ,
It that to Florida( In 18H6 and settled at Kookledge
was as large as hen egg: seems well man. I know th ,y robbed came ,
Divine services conducted In t the now a made tbe pink as It helps our town con At>voCATK: ol1lc Tltusvllle.
were one cloud came from the northeast and the of another victim." No one Tropic lo 1884, where lie has since
Mr.Srhuol!-6onse, last Sunday, by the Rev. another from the northwest and met should grave fall to try them. Only 50c, guar his winter home. Mr. :Merrill leave a siderably. Editor{ Walton visits all the f I
Weatherwax. formed fUD'nel.shaped widow and II. and C. U. resort., and he always has a good wordto
over Tibbals where they a anteed at Red Cross Pharmacy.TITUSVILLE'S two sons, C. beautiful Notice.' t. I 1
Mr. and Mrs. ;Hlllier of Jensen and hailstorm, pouring out tbe The body was. In charge of Funeral Director say about Kookledge and our I,
of W. Hlndle and him preparedand orange grove. -
'eral others, came the St. Lucie contents on the pineapple plantations by
River to this place one up day last week. Mrs. "-m. Richards, Mr. Jennings, Mr. TRAINS. shipped to Kansas City, Mo. Deceased Scott Matthews celebrated his 83th' Tlre.vitt.LA.. March *, 1ICH.! ,

Mr Waters and a few others. The pine was' well and favorably known to birthday st the home of hit father, II. In the matter of tin petition of H. H. Ktnewk f
an and Mrs. Dutton entertained Mr. look as though frost had just fallen on a largo number of residents on Indian W. Matthew, on Tuesday. The Invited \ at. a1 for a new voting' district at TantM II

Mrs. Poppell of Jensen, and Mr*. them. The pineapple crop Is cat short, The following are the times of arrival River who deplore his death. guestf were: M'r. all4l Mr, A. L. Averill, Is hereby nnlorml,that. the p.aer..r vnttna.it.trtce the iwiltlonn be- ,
Manning that a MW
IM .n
granted
IT'V and daughter, Inga of Brook- but we cannot ascertain! the exact damage and departure of passenger trains to and Mr. Bagley and Mr, and :Mrs. M. C. Sal- suit the seine I la hereby mtablliilMii/ with the .. I I
V., last Haturday. done yet. There was much damage The dining room was elaborately twnndarte.towlt: Itoulnnlnit, the W.'Db"ulI"r
small from Titusville: Colonel W. R. Anno, a prominent and mono llnaof Hravar l ('..unt,, un th. Morilwrn J I
,
I ivMrs- :Manning and daughter, of Brooke done to windows and shrubbery. well-known attorney of Miami, died at decorated with roses and various other boun.l rr line of Towiublp :No M. Houtl 1
f. T.; Mr. and Mrs. Poppell, of The bean farms, reported ruined, es- IIOOT 1I0000D. his residence) on the 3rd Instant. For flowers, and a dinner was served that for of fUnics 38 Kant, thence run Kant on old, Town-. I I

Jensen: Mr. and Mrs. Dutton, and Mr. caped. Leaves Tttmvlll for Miami sad J I a 1:14 an a m many month Colonel Anno bad been suffering qarlety and nicety of cooking could not ship thlrtv-Mvan line to Ibe.Eastern oc.boundary.... Una of. Rang .. p

*% of this city were entertained by lDtenndlat point st J IU': p pm m from cancer of the stomach. He be surpassed. line to 'be South boumlarr. II sootthreeiard ,

, r and Mr*. Lamont last Sunday. :Makes a Clean Sweep. .0aT BOO.... was formerly a resldept sad prominent County of. thence Hr.v rd Went County on talil, to South the txmndaryIn WMtarnboundary "'.

attorney at Jacksonville, Orlando sod A Thoughtful Man.M. line of sal lJ Hrvard ('ouDt,. .I
A There' nothing like doing a thing Lea".TltMillU for Jacksonville ) S as p m Bartow, where be has scores of warm thence Nortb alonir tb. ..alrl Wmtam boundary j
SEVERE COLD FOR THREE I a iq: p m bad M. Austin of Winchester, Ind., Hrvard. to the place of bvulnulnicncludlng l Yll
MONTHS. thoroughly. Of all the galyes you ever sad IntoniMdlat point at J 3 a" m friend Since going' to Miami he line of County
The following letter from A. p knew what do In tbe hour of need. Town.hir>. 8* oil: 37 Huotb 01 { ; !f
J. Salve I la the for Sanford 7 tea been one of the leading attorney lie to of said voting, 1 n''
Nusbaum tell IU heard of Bucklen's Arnica TKosvllIa s-m 8.,as and 311Cut. .11. number : in
of Batesvllle Ind- unusual of
case
0' had been and In His wife had such an be at
prominent In and the voting place to
"Isuferedforthreemonths born Arrives Titaavfli.fromSanford U: O p.1D politics, dlitrlcl I. No. 11 ,
17"With ltory. beat. It *weeps away and cures the building up of the section be was' an stomach and liver trouble, physicians or nest the ru.t oltlc si Tiuitl" *.

a severe cold. A druggist prescribed lore, bruises, cuts, boil, ulcer, skin earnest worker. His death cast a gloom could not help her. He thought of and Joss'R.Connnimlonan WAtksK.Chairman ,. ;
'?rme. et I did not Improve. I then and U- We cannot guarantee to publish toe tried Dr. King's New Life Pills and she of Board of County .
d eruptions and pile. It's only 23c, over entire Bay BIscayne community. Attests (ot ot Mai) Hrevard County,"''orfda.A.
dOle Foley's Honey Refusesuband eight satisfaction Red Items that do not reach this office) before The deceased gentleman had many got relief at once and was finally eared. ...lIr..r. lIlt ,

Bold I< by cu'Red d Croat me." Pharmacy guaranteed Cross Pharmacy to give, Tltusville. by noon on Thursday friend la TitusTlUe. Only 23c, at Red Cross Pharmacy. Cltr'k Circuit Court. U. ..BTBWAOT, D.C. I .


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rifle barrel up to the man's stomach
Ity East Coast
and HA Id.'What's that?" The hand Florida Ry. y

of the holdup went Into the air. "Don1

hoot; don't shoot!" he Bald. At Doug TIME
las' suggestion to "get" the holdup LOCAL CARD No. 53. In Effect Feb. 10, 1904.
P 11tP
' r went down an alley at a rapid gait SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NOITH.HOUND-IlEAD UP.
and disappeared.

Douglas now carries an oresnal and Ne. lye III..*9 No. 35 No.29 No, 23 STATIONS, No,28 No,98 No.78 No,74 Ne,21
has a policeman walk: borne with him ,r'r4hFe 1>>1I Dati 7. {.UT.>> Dally. Lally. Dally, Dally. Dally, Dally. Day

night. Sate r ........ 05 1 1! 5 p 1 era T r v .our. r Ws ato a /
every eww 'Jq FA ........ ...... 10 08 A .' So J'k.onv's L. 980a p
........ S I20p 1116a 900a..St.Augustine..a'00a T$0a '
10p
Ir ........ .. .. .... 11 6.a .. '.. .I1..lIn...... ... a 48a 010. P'
x California franc Waferg. ........ 1 16 100 11 II p 8a0 a : a. Palatka. 'a as: a sa a 011 .e // p {

OrangesThe The great tonlo cathartic, an Invalu- ;. .. .- 10 I0 f 190 p 11 tOp 10 OISaAr..PaIAtk..Lv ........ -;-9a' ; 4 0J t eo -....
"
able cure for malaria, biliousness, con M 840 1146. 9 16aLY..P.lat.Ar ........ 700a 020p 010p,

quality '' atlpatlon, nervousness catarrh of the A ........ 7111 TIOp ....... .. ArS"nl>JaceoLy ....... == -BO.Ii. .
and flavor of the fruit depends upon stomach, bad breath, oily skin, sleepiest : qoCF 1rw .. ..... 790 .. 800a 800aL.SILnMateo '1611a 766s /151 710p :::: :

ness, wind and all liver, stomach and ..... .Lv-: : : : == """" -
Up Lv. N.o/l./ 4 Ie .. .
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bowel trouble. 100 wafers 2.;; cents, Bet ..... .. .... Ii* 01p .-.. .. ....Bunn.lla, ...... .. ........ Up........ ..........
PotashOranges Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. : ........ .. ..... 08 p .....Dupon. .... .... .. 4 li p.. .. ...
ttLc ........ 1}Ba'I 'I p he Slit .. .. Ormond .... I 2a'a 80a s i'li p. ."' .
30
........ 1 44 a 1 1p35 p 10tOa..Daytona...,. 1111a 468 i. 'Up.."."....
....... ... ... .. ....
absorb large quantities of i1p .. ort Orangge... .. .. 4 ?.. .......
WILY "GIRL GALLANTS.
........ 1819 'tip I I1l1Oa..N'W'8myrna. 160a 8101 G0 l h....
Potash and the orchard should be replcnf&hed /1Jf ........ "...... .. 0 tOp .. ..Oak HIli...: ........ .. ::::
by a complete fertilizer rich BtrotKlnbuwr. (!*...) Muldvna Intend to ........ 114 -4'S7 IUp 11'00 p :. .Tl uavllle.e... 1110. 8 gas: 10 I 'S 3"p.:::.... 1
.... ... .
in Sollculiuralia Potash. iclentlfio( problem. Our book. Hnko be Bloat ol Leap Year. % ?k't -.... .... un fD 'p ::,R kr g..::: ::::::.'i 1 P 'p ........."....
giving' / full detail. will be mailed free to anyarmer Sixteen well known young ladles! of .. .. .. "p 12'p..Eau Oa111 e.,. ltllp ........ nul'"I' '11' "". I
I .I 00 80 p ... Melbourne... ........ UU W" ....
who write*lor them. WOIIEaN.w Stroudsburg Pa., hare banded together t A ,. ... Up..... .. ....Sebastian......... .. ...... 11 80 .. ..:....
York MERMAN-:ua: HIM*.KAI.I* ..t...." or to give the young men of toe towna Up .. .St. Luele .. .. ... .. .. ...... 10s4e.o .. ... .:. ;....". I
All..... Um.-,*>4 Nit llraad .... tiT 2'45'p..FE. Pieree.. .. oaOplj180a 1040a uaop :
good time during the present year, ........ ... ... .. .... I 47p .. .....Ti bbals..... 1110 p .. ..... 1018. .... ... ::.::...
says the Philadelphia Ledger. The other Tri-tiVeckly Sailings ...... ,.. .... ..... 1110 I' ..... ......Eden....... ....... 1009...... ...
... ," .. ..... ...Jert.ett..... 141p.... 100.a..... :::: :
evening they started the ball rolling .... :... /Ituart./! ..... 8301' ...... 965a. .... .......
Free and by sixteen to ...... .... .. :....... .Robe 80und.. 8001'. ..... 9\18a.. ... .... .. ....
Inviting a
YOllOmen/ BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ........ ....... .... .5 ... ... ..WPM' Jupiter. .'1 t5p. .. 91oa.940a .
Acce"ted Masons. leap ;year sleighing party. The hostess 1145 B5 .110 p W. Palm JltI1L"b 10p10iip 885a2045i'bapi'.
11116 a II 811 a 8 4 5 I' 4 40 p...Palm B..h.. 1 00 p 10 20 II 815 a 1085. 6 05 1
bore all the The
es expense. young Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 1002a.\......... 8801> .. ....... .. .Boynton... .. .071'.. .... 185. .. 5271'P
men were taken to Craig's MeadowsIn 10111. ....... .. ..... 03Sp. ...... .Dselray...... 1I1S7p ........ i156a. ........ 011.F6 I
horses. 1\11\ a ..... ...... 1026" . .. .. I,.." drawn four
n largovan! by The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service ..... ...... 104'1' .. .. H"lIand..!.. .. ttp .... ., lI'It.' ...... 4,7p 4351'112a ,
Indian No. 90 ,. A One supper awaited the party on Its 11 8\1\ a... .. ...... ... .. 11 01 p .. ... ..Lemon City. t 9p.J .. ... .. II M.... ... .. 367p
arrival.So 1I40a B60a 10tO110p StO"Ar .MIAml..I.v tl0p 7401' 11M 8\Oa! 8802
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
RIver / Tittuvllle, well did the girls prove their gallantry Direct Service Between Trains do not .top, station where time 1i oot ,hown.

Lodge. rjrFloilda.. and managing ability that the Boston Providence and all Eastern Points
Jacksonville
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young men feel that\ III'Yaave to go ,
Hold Its meetings tlm """on.1 and fourth Friday Condensed! Schedule Between Jacksonville! and St. Augustine.
of each month a' their Indian River loop) Into thVlr! pockets to reciprocate.) Charleston 3. C. both .
ro..m. (Calllug at ways), iTO
Hotel,Titus 'Ule, at T:::10! o'olock p. in. The! young women are proud of their: JACKSONVILLE NO. 23. Ne. 29+ No. 27t No 35t'No.' 99+ No.93f PdO.I

T. ]1. Snr.der., Womlilnful Master., BUCCOHS and declare that\ they will sot I outhbound....... .... .. ...SEMI... ..-.WEICILY.... 8AI.LINUS.. .. :e> from Lewis Wharf, Boston ST. AUGUSTINE Dally flatly Daily>> Pally I Dally I gt.Kos. ,jley3ylNo;: ) / ))nl1y J ltya

F. Morgan! Son' lor Warden of i fortljbound...... .... .. ..... .. ........ .............from foot of Catharine Street, Jacksonville .
their special ..
M. B. 11..101. Junior Warden a )pace during one year -- Ly. JILCktonvlll.! .j 766a 1'0 00 "1'0 \I. a : 30, 806p" 826p 9311p
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J. M. Dlxon Triaxurer. privileges that the young men will require Ar.8t.Augllstln.. gas lli1p 2301' 30O'1 9151' 926p/036p

J.J. O.R. ]Hliick.Walker dikplliln., Hoorntary.' the! next three to catch up with Clyde: St. Johns lliver Line. ST. AUOUSTINE No.28+ No. 82} No.9B} No.3 ;-j Ni18, No.44. No. 8. Nn. 30} ;70+1 No.74-;
1'. M.'laylor Senior Ihmonn.R. Unlly Unlly
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hem. JACKSONVILLE Lally Daily Dally I Lally Daily J "U'ILJall
arena. Ia1m Icl.r
E. Mlmn, n Deiujon.' (DeBary Line.) _
C'. H. Walton, "Senior' Steward.A. The IlIch..lor1111d... club. organized .... BETWEEN .JA'JKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. Lv.St.Augustlne.. 6 00 11\0.\ 7 Rlla 11 1/1 al11 4'1 ) 460p! 610p 820p 840p
A, Stewart Junior Steward. about a yenr ago by ten young women landings .A.r.lac..nTIIl.. ... ..I Bar al 860. 84a1210pj1240p( 1101' 6SOi 7101'\ 7301'\ 740"
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1'. VV.KoOertii, Tyler. Stopping; at Palatka Astor, Ht rranclx, lltirenforcl (DoLunil), and intermediate _
If." M. Wuuteu Marshal. who promt sod never to marry; and to on the St.John's ttlvor.

__. .n ._ stop chewing /gum has gone to pieces. STEAMER "CITY OP JACItSONVlLL.K." The Following Are Through Pullman Trains:

Host of the members have Joined the i appointed to mil a*. follows: Leave' JaflkmmvlllH, Smutty' Tuesdays. and, Thursdays 3.30p.m.: EASTERN TRAINS WESTERN TRAINS
GLOBE TROTTING ON A BET leap year organization.! The members Returning, leave Sanford, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays" I D:3e: a. mySnot ... No. 37 and. 38-New York ,n d Florida Special I No. 15 aiwl 18-Ulilt-aKO/ <'bFlnrldaSpecial'No. ,
-.- 31 and 31-Southern's Palm Limited +No. 93 and 92-rh cairn and Florida Limited
of the latter promise u number of .Bonn' 8CHKIULE. NorthnormRena 'No. 43 and 44-S..b".r'. Florida Limited +No. 27 and 30-Tho Florida. I,Iml.eilTh _

Young Au.trlen Trying to Visit AllCouiitrloH unique affairs during the next twelvemonths down :-- .. .. .. ........... .... _\rrl"e Rend II liP.IItI .. 01. .S8. trains sand exclusively of Pullman, Cars and extra. rat far*will charged.
In 14 IK lit Yearn.Dr Leave 3 3" p. ,... ...... ... .. ..: :::.. .Jaek.nvllln. operate
and Society ID' on the tiptoe of Leave 110m p. III. .............. .. ..... .. ....1alatka...... .... ... ........ ...... Leave 81m I'. 111. +Day>> coaches on these trains on which no extra or SH.C fare la "h"rgo'd.BANFORD .
(OMluir) Itnilrnnen a young AUAtrlnn. expectancy. Leave 3 UO a. III. ......... ...... ....... .. .. Astor .... .. .... .. ..... .... Leave 234) p. m.
: arrived' at New York rwntly Leave. "ao a. m. ............ .. ....... .. St. Fr."cls.. .... ......... ........ ... J.ave 100 p.m BRANOH. ORANGE CITY BRANCH
Leave .. ........:... ... .erelord (\el.&n") .. ... ..... ......I..I&v. 1200 Ioon.
to walk ncroiB the continents of Nortband Opaac Arrive 830a.m. .. .. ......... .. .... ..... 1I..ror. l .. ... .. .... ... .... ....Leave 9 30 a. w.Arrive .. No. 2 No.3 N0.1''{ ', No.4
tooth\ Auwricn and to vlHlt: every cures a cold In 21 hours Coughs, bronchitis 10:00: a. m. ..... .. .... ...... .. ..Enterprise..... .. ..... ....... .... Leave 10 OIl a. m. EilIJ ar1TI0M Dnll \"tI I ]) i Brarlo hall -I'Uailg'

HIP, two fontlncnlH. all of catarrh, I la: grippe, neuralgia and Gen'l PaSSenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. 7 011 a Lv......... Tttusvlile..Ar 12 ISOp 1OlOa. Lv..N. 8myrn.... .Ar U5p 710p
conntiy Oil headache, toeether.with all peveiUh 113 a Lv.......... Osteen.. .........Ar'11 z1a ISOtp I121a 1v. ....kpU..I..n Ar 110)) 8001'I
bo to win Fla. M a Lv..IDalerpri.e..Ar 11 00. 5111, II BIe. LvOrani, :117.: Ar 1 COp 0 N
mulch Lute to dusty a wngorniAdu F. M. IRONMONGER, ls Aunt.G8n.PaM" Att. 204 Went Bay St..Jacksonville p1030a
condition! of the system.! Thoy gently: W. G. COOI' ;R.Jr, Local Frt.Atct.? Jai'ksimvllle, U P. Lt)VKI.L. Superintendent Jacksonville.Foot o a Ar./lanturd/ ....... ...Lv 5 =01'1114110 \r..Or. CHT JO..L13aap S30pNo.
that ho would
three yours ago open the bowels without griping: :, act on Hogan St. Jacksonville. Fla.
walk around the world In eight years the liver, tone up the system and cause A.O. HAOERTV Oen'l E..at'. 1'iwn. Ajt. New fork. t'LYDb! MItA'E, Onn. Frt. At.(: New York.. IS N,. 11 No.la No. 20
headache TIIKO. U. K. colds fevers and to disappear l I
'Bays the New York Tlinos. >ri>Ub| Kulldlnit. lu State St.,Opposite lattery Park New York. lunda Dally BRANOH Dall,. Sunday
like magic. They do not causo ringing 01017. nil
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The globe walker now twvnly-oue Tituivllle Fla.
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lied C. II. WAIYTON.lAffeiit,
years old. Tlireo yours ago he was a 10 the heed. Price 25ots. Cross It 00 a 4 45 ptv ........... ................ .lukronrill ............... ...... .1r 8 81 a t 00 P
Pharmacy. -- --- --- 03 p Lv... .. ... .._......Bit J..kenvl3s............. ...... .. .. :.Lr 822a 1 83p
student at the University of JUiclmiest.and 1108. 011' tv..............:........ ........bl. ...b....... ............. ........ ..to 1 60 a 3 ao p
a member of the Royal Jockey \ 11611 a U Ii Lv..._.........................AUmtrs ab... ..... ............. t. T 411 a 315p
with Loup Year !NI..I" U GUm 401.Lr...................... ...........N.y.a............ .. .............Lv TBUs 8001.1
club In thnt city. One night ROV And this la merry loop ,'''11'. Atlantic Coast Line R'y.The -- --_ _
.oral others ho was .sitting In the clubUODHU Time. of nil moat bltBS"d. .. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
when the talk turned to globe To tlml 1. halting mun whom .fcnr
has kept their love all unoonfpsaed.
Irottlnff. You Itndviinen/ remarked CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. & 0. S. S. COMPANY FOR
that to walk around the world would Now can the mnld.>n sweetly coy Client Through;; Car Line from Florida.
be Interesting n" well as Instructiveand Urgo (.8 the!' Imshful .swain HAVANA KEY WEST AND NASSAU.

mild. thnt li.. thought he could clr- And all bring her him pretty In her arts following employTo train. TO TIIC 13AST.Over .
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clo the globe In ut (cast. right years. its own rails to Savannah ,kCliarlcdton, Richmond and Washington, thence Th.m Time. Tablet show the time at which train may bn rx wtod to arrive and depart.
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Dear prlvlleae-but nowadays H.llruad.TO from the.ev..ral.taUo"\but their arrival or Departure at the itinna stated It guaranteed/
Tho club took tlio mutter up and In a TIs not t" was of old. I wean: lathe 1'ennsylvanlii nor doe the Company hOld Huelf responsible for any delay or any consequence arising there-

sUort time: Itudvanoii Hiiyn, uttered to Makl may he fair In look and ways TilE 'VJ 8'1" from.

wager $200H)0( )( Unit. the doctor could Dut If they have not golden sheen The LonUvlllo & Nashville via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio K. R. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

not do the tour\ mid visit every ono of Their charms,, and arts art apt to fall.
the countries !In the glen time. 110nCCI.'pte' Only a halted golden tipped hook TO TIII EAST VIA STgAl\ISIIlI- SKE THE TICKET AGENT."

the wager and iiindo his !start Will catch the smallest titled whale Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New Yolk, PhlladelJhla, Bos '
duke. J. D. RAItNER. Aast. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
Especially a marquis or a and li.iltlmoie., Via ha- ,
New Ynl'kVlshlnjltnn
from the clubhouse on Jan. 10 1000 -New York Herald. ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to |
and Mlnerit' Company for Baltimore ----------- --- --- ----- --- ----- -- ----- ---
vannah and Meichantg' Transporttaion
agreeing to walk wherever walkingwas _.. .-x .
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poHxlblo and to sail only across 1'hlladeiphla. --.w.

bodies of water that were? not bridged. TO KEY WEST ANI) HAVANA.Via So.t. ...... I. .. ... .. s tJ r
l>r. Itadvanon llrst turned his taco toTOiird Loss of FleshWhen io .. '. : '
Peninsular & Occidental b'earnshlp Company. .. t.
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; the east: and during the first two ---------- r. -.;, .. ,..;'' ;... TCJ CLPYIFIAIPI)

years visited all the countries of Asia. Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points JJ j i

lIe visited the emperor of China by .n ?....:K. CH/CA 5,9uR* ,
whom, be says, he vim decorated and you can't eat break. MILKAO12 TIClu 'rs. I "% -" "rllr., ,,1"J I'JrAUsfJ 'tw\ MT

later penetrated fur Into Tibet. There Emulsion. Interchangeable/ mileage tickets Rood over 13OO() miles of among the princI- fty' a
he lout his compass and for several fast, take Scott's pal railroads In the southern states, are on Hale by the principal apenta.! nSr

months despaired of ever getting out When you can't eat bread For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, J azci4Yq,,, Av1rrJ"

of the country. FRANK C. BOYLSTON", Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Agt. LOUIS '7 4rL RICYWOtlt
After all of the countries of Asia had and butter, take Scott's.Emulsion. 138 West Bay, St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
been visited I>r. Itudvuiion made a II. M. EMERSON Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Oen'l. Pass. Agent. 1 .i .P' 1
tour of Kurope.' Ile was received ho When you have WILMINGTON N. C.

Bays, by all of the monarch of Eu- been living on a milk diet and -.--- -.._, .
rope and was decorated by several of

them. In Macedonia lilt wan held captive \vant something a little more SE JB<> JRD: ," C/T'I' o!
by the bandits several I days until
they learned what bill object was nourishing, take Scott'sEmulsion. i- XARR'T Lc1lr
when he was at once liberated.In .. AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .
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his walk across the country to 1 .

San Francisco\ he will\ stop at several To ,get fat you must eat I i f4L75 *5, J

of the large American cities on theyo -
is 1 t
at. Scott's Emulsion a 1 f'C .
SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, f S
.great! fattener, a great ) .P.PhYGS. ,
HELD UP A HIGHWAYMAN. WASHINGTON, BALTIS1ORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, 'a.
strength giver. AAti6AWci
Haw Mu.UoK.. Killlor Turned the ZrI
Tnblrx. After Tww l:xp rleurea. Those who have lost flesh Two Elegant Trains Daily J i iI

Colonel Clarence It. Douglas, editorof all body F.r a.......
want to increase Seaboard Mail. I ,
the Muskogeo,: (I. T.) PhuMilx was Seaboard Express ,,u sAvi1N 4

recently held up twice in one night and ,' tissues, not only fat. Scott's MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN
next day held up one of the holdups OP
says the St. Ixmls Republic. Emulsion increases them all, ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville\ to New Orleans s
JCjSRAILWAY
Colonel Dougl'ia' goes home about 3 bone flesh blood and ,
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a. M. and passes' through a railroad reservations call on Agent
full Information and sleeper any J .1
yard on the way. The other night he nerve. For Seaboard, or write .
started home and pacing an alley was ,
confronted by two men who.demanded. For invalids, for convalescents A. O. MACDONELL, Aunt. Gen Pass.Agt.. |S. C. BOYLSTON, Pass. Agt. it To j

"Ilatuls up!" for consumptives, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA ''rS HINGTON, NEW YORK | ASHVILLE and

'My Cal, you'\e made a mistake! Ihaven't .. .. U .
children for all __ _ __no n and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS N. C. ..
any money. I am a newspaper for weak i
man," sell Douglas CNCI. NATI, CHICAGO "THE LAND OF THE SKY" :

Tass on," came the rexpouso. who need flesh, Scott'sEmulsion Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company. 1 i.:.a NORTH and WEST._ || *- "The Sapphire Country." 1 It

:Mr. Douglas lost no time in passing is a rich and comfortable p
o. and was still going n lively tilt -twl Stale Fast Mall Routes 1'0.ICKY' .- N.._..' D..4.... Dlnlnrf Car
wtirn ho reached), the railroad ynrds. food and a natural WEST, CUBA AND: THE WEST INDIES: VIA PORT TAMPA AND MIAMI, FLA. Pullman. c... ........ce .
On All Tr.lm.. The E....
All he passed! a \box:: car two negroes aUlnie lu effect Doieiubor 14. IIKB.: S ibjoot to change and Individual ;poatiionenient jUTHr..RN
proposed : :
ducked out and told him to hold up. tonic. ,I : <) : RAILWAY. f. P. T RT. rirr- fH.rr-r _..r't
Douglas. recalled his eijuTlenoe at the Scott's Emulsion for bone III1AMI-UA VASA. (DIIIECT: ) I.INE-: lea W Bay StrMa. JcmaMvtum.. JI'4 4
.. Snndays. .0 on. m Lv Havana, ..Frida", 1'Iun alley and nalfl: "You have made a mis I.y MIAmi .Tlinnidaye : ur A Tu... P. T M, "' hl"_ O. C. M. rUamnn.. O. P.WM. Wu..y.w
take. I have ulioaUy been held up flesh, blood and nerve. : WEST LINE-:. M0Itday.' ..7ta/At. Aranrtni..Satnr.lay.Tuesdays.talepnt11IAaflKEY M Tara*. A.O. P.A, AI....... C.

once tonight and besides, I uiu a .Tne.. Thnn fl... ...9oo a m LvKojrWmt. ....Weil Frl,Hun .....S:M a mAr
newspaper min." We will send youa 'Ly Ar Key ,Vet..'..Tuei Tliur 841 10:00 p au Miami .....Wnl, Frl Sun .....e:00 p m

"You sure Is de wrong! man den; free sample. 1 Ke7tetolding round trip tickets can occupy staterooms aboard while snip remains at

pass on." tU sure that this pictureIn TORT TAMPA-KEY WEST-II.\"\\.\ :aI.v !:- JOB PRINTING.
The next day Colonel Douglas: rememberluK ti
the form of a label Is on Tamlaa..Snn.Tue.. Thnrs. .Jl-Hpm I.w Havmn a..Tu..Thu..f'a. .li m n'n .
the night's strenuous exp Port Ar Key _' .... S:30
of bottle ... W'lfl. : P m
.MoII :
the every KeY We.' wSV.&TnlrgatI' }
WSSSS : ...
Ar
.rlonce, secured a .43 caliber rUle" BOil Emulsion buy. K"Y w.-,.'''M..... oval I.y Key 1 ....lO.'Wpm
of you Ar l"ort Tampa.we d, Fri ttun 11:30
1rvans..Tue.; .Tburs, Sat .. .OO a m : p m
when be started home that night earrtvcl oAr Executed at the office of the
the rllle In his hand In the same ( ti SCOTT & BOWNE.CIIEMnTs )MIAMI.XASSAO UNB .
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manner as he wore his nine Sure T.. Miami.......T.').....Ii... TUurs Weil. ,Fri.Sat .SiOOpm e.m P D1 Ar L"S.u..Tu..Tb..8at.Miami...Weil. I'rl. Sun.... .... .:OOpmAiNaaaau. 0am

en">u:;h, the holdup. appeared" again 409 Pearl St., N. y. For rates deacrlptlv booklet or other Infonnatlon call on rallro- ticket agents,or add..... EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.
and demanded '11l1m1811' With atwist CHARLES L. :MYKR3, Manager Jacasouvllle, FU I
and $11 all dru&Ut (
SOc.:
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WINDSOR HOTEL 0 0 o' "..,,.:' :' :

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S ,. ,.' ,,' !. I
LARGEST AND BEST YEAR-ROUND MOTEL. HoTrLi ',' ,
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Rates $2.50! per day and up. ':: : J '" Horse Racing :\11(1Good'

B. VV. SPERRY, Propiletor.
Roads Polo every week.

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WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE It
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American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened .

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this season. Fine cooking and Rood: table. Hot and Cold Water .
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Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All :

street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00: to $2.">0 per day. ; HARRY L. BEEMAN, Owner and Manager : I

Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. .

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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. _u'.
WAYSIDE INN JENSEN: FLA. '
American and European. Every department modern. c.. Centre of Pineapple Belt.
Near all car lines. Rates, $2 to $-2.50/ per day. > :;t I.#- UNDEIt NEW MANAGEMENT. "mi:

European plan, 75cts, $1 and up, one pmson. "i\\' :? Choice location on the banks of the Indian River\ Near the ocean. Large j
PIfl !3. OJ. .r giound with tropical foliage. J Kxrellent Hulling and hunting. Terms, (2 \I
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. \\I> .. ri to $2:.,CO per day. Special weekly rates
.flI II CJI> p'w 1:1.\ t:1.: o.. t s;,, >> 3 CHAS M. COSS Proprietor. .
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. z ;Mmey! : er __ .
-JACKSONVILLE'S NEW MODERN HOTEL (fl .p0.y "' ;: =.. >C'i i f r I
Everything located elegant suites with private baths. : :::; 1 f Beach Club Cafe.
new centrally
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hates: American $2 to $3: ; European, rooms T.'cts and upwards. OQ
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Special Rates to Commercial Travelers. t fffl n t:1: .. "to. 44 '""":::I (I Incorporated)
B RIXLER Prop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel, '.-" -' tr .-.,' ... r OPEN JANUARY 15TH.

z.fl Adjoining/ gronnds of Hotel Royal Polnolana, Palm Iteach, on the north. ,
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,'The Everett Hotel, JACKSONVILLE 235; West Bay,St.FLA. UH N' tp!! ,. c s_: e k_ l tw' !-.r' ? D, so s-> Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.

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Newly Furnished. Rooms only.W. O m .': w. .Ii ., a ;::JIr1.V"a'te ::J:1n.1n.g: : :Parlors i I II
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G. WINANS Manager. H. MASON Proprietor. ::! "' too .
'g Order received for Dinner<< Parties of any number at all hour I
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The New Travelers Hotel, JACKSONVILLE FLA. en o .,a.. D j 0. '' _=:s MAGNOLIA Hl'UINOH. l,

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-On the American and European Plan- z. LE ,
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Under furnished and renovated. A pleasant Magnolia Springs
Newly
new management. tI'Oi:5.o
family home. Rates: American Plan, $2.00 and $$2.60; European /SOcts -PI ..", w a: o E;. '--c-::: ::. (St. John River.) 1

and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. e.g. ? o.,. I :as. ml Ion south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line It'y., and river steam :I 1 1I'rll.
H. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.The 3w .. 0 i Open fireplace In all moms. Steam heat Elevator. Electric Lights. 1 {
under $ '" Pure spring water. Dry climate. No mosquitoes. Well-kept Oolf course. I
beautifully located Riverside Hotel at Green Cove Springs!, Is the ; | '
00 Two swimming and baths f.1.00
same management.ST. (I D Tennis Klxlilnff Mhontlng. pools per day.
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i Plaza Hotel. i .
kINO AND ST. GEORGE .sTREETS I ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA -New, Modern nigh-Claim; Hotel !
ayP051T8POS and PLAZA : ON TIIK OLD SUVVANEK/: KIVRB. r rI
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Jlloot ventral location In the eUy. Strictly ftr"p.oor. Sixty tine rOOID& well INDIAN RIVER 3Tl.oolg.loc3.go, ='lA.. 'I it
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furni.he4.. Rooms only. Open November to June. Ad.I." as above.ORIIIOND ---- -- T Finest. mineral spring! In the world. Greatest health resort In the
i "THK GREAT ORANGE.GROVE Mouth. Finest quail! shooting In America. Write for booklet to

BEACH. : I RESORT OP FLORIDA." ,I :. JNO. 8. BOWEN, White Springs: Fla.

--- .. A handsome modern hotel located on .the bank of the famous Indian: -- --.- --_--I I'
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2 room suites with bath; filtered ralowa'er; location conceded by t
The Inn ORMOND BEACH, FLORIDA. I every everyone the best In Itockledge; Kant: reset Railway depot In the hotel -- nl! '.
: grounds. Orange free to the gue u. Liberal management and! rates. : )
,,, Accommodations for 200 ;
Open December to May. Car line from Ormond Station to Hotel <*> S. II. PECK Manager. : Hotel Marlborough
Ormond. $:'.00 day 17.50 per week. Summer Resort-THE NEW ARLINGTON. HOTEL. Petoakey, Mich. ,
New England help. per ; LnMlInK rwtort of the Ur! t Laknn- Open June u> Oubulwr! .
ANDERSON &; PRICE HOTEL COMPANY Proprietors. ....N.***..*...*.4..N.*4*N...'.....N.......---... roadway, !JfJth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. 1 .I'.Il.It
WM. S. KFSSKT' : Manager. 400 Room". 200 bath rooms. Lighted :-: ducted on American and European plans, and Is managed under the personal .

DAYTONA. supervision of the owner. g, g, CROWELL, Manage !

New Rocldedge Hotel. t r'

The FLORIDA. 1
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Ridgewood, Hotel Vendome Broadway and 41st Street,

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Located on Ridgewood Avenue-the most beautiful avenue In the Soutb. I I
Private Baths. Electric Lighted. Northern help throughout the house. ROCKLEDGE, INDIAN RIVER. FIREPROOF :-VX room, single and en suite, with private baths and toile ,. j.
Orchestra. E. D. LANGWORTtlT, Proprietor. room.. EUROI'EAN PLAN. Good room. ".60; large rooms under$:V and with -
private bath $8.50: per day and upward The management Is the personal f"
Orchestra, Casino, Bowling Alleys, Etc supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN Manager l

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................................................ .. CONGRESSIONAL TALKS W. .. BRANNINS. r. A. MORGAN.

r r (t; 9' I i THE BALTIMORE FIRE I a The Candidates Entertained- the People olTitunvllle MORGAN & BRANNING,


: JEWELERS: AND (SILVERSMITHS, )-ETo Last Saturday Kvonlnff. FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS

'' 41 West Bay Street, Our Fire Insurance Patrons. The five aspirants for congressional
TItusville Fla.Representing .
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. honors were given a hearing by the ,
We have received information from the Insurance "good people" of Jtrovard's county town,

Largest stock In thin section of country. i Companies represented by us that they lost but :: Saturday/ evening last, In the Opera : iVSURAN

Established In 18(>8. C e lightly In the great Baltimore fire. Some of our com- ,.. house. Oa account of the Inclemency of The Liverpool <& London & Globe Ct

Send for descriptive catalogue. t J& [* panics did no business in the State of Maryland, and '.. not the weather as large, the as might number have present been was ex Insurance Co. 5 NCE

A a e those doing business in that state lost but lightly-much pected. The Hartford Fire Insurance Co. 1st

less than In the Jacksonville fire--which will make no John. R. Walker introduced the speak The.Etna Insurance Co. !f

BARGAINS perceptible effect on their surplus. ers, and In doing so stated the rules for The Continental Fire Insurance Co.
,.. the evenln '. speaking, which were to -
I a1 SCHUYLER & WILSON. allow each speaker thirty minutes In The Home Insurance Co., of N. Y.

s : Kr-Those carrying policies with us, need feel no uneasiness which to set forth his claims for congressional The Phenix Fire Insurance Co. irnets r r

-IN- ,.. as we Insure only in time tried and fire tested com honors, and five minutes after The Fireman's Fund Insurance Co.

,*. panies. wards in which to answer any attack The Pennsylvania Insurance Co. "WHAT CAN'T BE CURED
.
,GASOLINE MARINE ENGINES ., .. .. .." ..,, .. ." .., .. ., .... .. .' .. .. .'., .. .. ., ... .. ., ., ., ..., ., .. .... .. .. .. ., .. .. ., .. ., ., ., .. new made on him, .but not to introduce any The Georgia Home Insurance Co. MAY BE ENDURED."

_., argument.The speaking was brisk and warm from The Rochester-German Innur. Co.: It you're insured, for then the wlp-
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the start, and each candidate gave the Norwich Union Fire Ins. Society. log out of your house, shop of factory
OBITUARY CHURCH NOTICES. other a severe roasting. Mud slinging, Northern Assurance Co., of Kng. by fire means only a temporary Inconvenience

We are offering special prices for the also, was Indulged In too, to an extent Home Life Insurance Co., of N. Y. -your loss Is made good and
To the Memory of the Lamented J.Thatch: the Oermanla Life Insurance Co. you can start afresh with the money
next 30 days on- er Hood. There will be preaching at the Methodist not altogether appreciated would by TItus Union Casualty
There died at Melbourne, Fla., Monday church, Cocoa, next Sunday, at 11 ville audience business, who field prefer and keeping subjecting Fidelity & Deposit Co., of Maryland dompanles will pay you prompt
KNOT In a not
Feb. 15, this bigh-souledgentleman. o'clock a. m. and 7:30): ) p. m. An Invitation politics which "Surety Bonds." ly on proof of loss.Branning .
DEMOOY and It Is fitting that his friend, since boyhood Is extended to all. It to a childish harangue
should express the mournful trio ban nothing to do with the qualification Read our list of companys and we & Morgan
Rev. J. B. Hawk will at Eau ,
J G13ANT-FERRIS preach of a candidate for a public trust.
of few farewell words honor of
ute
in
a Gal lie March 13 at 11 are sure there will be no policies Fire and Life Insurance
W. P. ,
his great heart and devoted life-for be Sunday, a. m., The first speaker was Watson Agents,
nr.f.n.c: : 3E3zi.slzi.oei.: was of that manner Of men whom Shakespeare and at 7:30 p. m. Epworth League meetIng of Orlando, who, after paying his respects Issued only by our firm. TITUSVILLE, FLA.J. .
describes in Hamlet, when I'olo- : at 7 p. m., topic : "Appetites that to the ladies, stated that he refused to
I j Un-make Men." be drawn Into either the gubernatorialor
olus advises his son on the sort of friendships .
We carry a large stock and can make to make and wblch he should I Rev. B. O. Bartlett D. D, held services > senatorial controversy, and paid glowing R. WALKER. H. B. MACE. I
and of the r
i his with hooks of church tributes to each every one
'grapple to soul steel. at the Presbyterian to a
prompt dellveiles. Write for prices. The circumstances hat I brought his good; audience. The Sabbath:'! school has aspirants for these honors, as well as to

life to Its untimely clone, were most pa- been reorganized with Mrs. L. VV. Ratio his opponents the In the Second race Distilct.for congiess-Mr J, R. WALKER & CO.
man from
thello and heartrending. He had buen as superintendent. Rev Bartlett; will
Also- suffering acutely with neuralgia and was preach cm next Sunday from the subject: Watson stated his platform bristly, and DEALERS IN_
be said he did
VAPORIZERS, taking, as he supposed, a dose of bromo- "Cheerfulness or Christian Duty." upon economic questions, ,
shouldtax
that the
seltzer from its blue bottle. It nut believe government
SPARK PLUGS, proved to bo corrosive regular sublimate which Bishop Gray's visitations of tho churches the people for any: more than enough Dry Goods,
under Archdeacon B., F. Brown, to run the government on an economical
also in blue bottle of the
wan Maine
DYNAMOS a
will be follows March 9th Stuart laid considerable stress his '
as : ; basis He on
kind and the shelf the different
on same
b9AGNE'I'OS\ label having been unobtioived., lie quickly 10th, All Saints, Jensen; 11th,.at. Paul's, being a laboring man, and having worn Furniture, '
Eden-Tlbbalu 18th! Melbourne am, overalls fur the
; pant twenty-seven years.
I discovered the fatal and then began
error
AT COST
Eau Ga'lle, p. m.; 20th, Consecration of He made a good impression on the audience -
that heiole with death lasting ,
/ tight St. Andiew'a church, Ft. [ Pierce a. m., by his consuiunclous speech and Shoes, etc
nearly one week. For several days thuio d
St. Mark's church, Cocoa, 7:10::! p. m ; manner. While a new star in the Congressional ,
}: was encouragement/ but the excoriated 2.1th:' !St.: Gabiiel's, TItusville, 11,, a. m. sky, bo bids. fair to be one oflonMldel'nlJle
throat and stomach
The Florida Motor Co, conditions finally to which developed nature and 7JO: p. m.FINE. ( luster before the primary Is AGENTS FOR- L
gangrenous ,
anIIR lends dally by the
making
'
over,
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. succumbed, notwlibntnndiug his strong I' ORANGES. absence of mud slinging in his remarks. CONTINENTALTAILORING { t
will. Ills very giettt sullerlngs wereborne
Frank Clark, of Lake City, was the r
with fortitude and It Is now theootnfoit ,
-------- second speaker, and he /gave a8 his reason
of those who monin him, that Mr. E. J A. Drennon of the Dummitt '
for wauling to Congress was that "he CO
:1i. L. go
TVXO'TLO' he Hold: "IIo had"nothing to fear if Orange Grove, has the thanks of the : wanted to go." This "wanting to go" '

\ death should result ADVOCA.TK, for a present of a basket of somewhere, was always Flank's failing.
Ills memory will be cherished In tondor his fine oranges, which woie done ample Ho said that he wan not a corporation THE BEST CLOTHES.: ,
affection by those who knew him justice to. Mr. Drennen shipped the '
lawyer, but If a corporation, or Individual I
,best, for by them his like will not be last of his oranges, Monday He had wished his ptofeHHlon.il services, and

seen on earth again./ In all essentials 725: :: boxes, and says, under favorable con was, willing to pay a reasonable price for John R, Walker & Co
that go to make the man of noble mould, ditlons, he expected to ship 1,:>00 boxes the same that it was his business. to
he had stood tho best of fire. next year, and 3,000 the year following, represent them on such occasions and TITUSVILLE.

For many years he and had continued battled withphysical mls- is his young trees are just coming into be only wished Mr. Flagler could see ,__ _.__ __ ____ -on __ ____ __
disabilities bearing. Quite a few of the orange enough In him to engage hU services.He .
i IIUui foi tunes, enough to appall the ordinary growers In this aeollon have remembered said:( be was not untying the massed ................................4..............$44

i i man. With him their chief effect was tovlndlolte the ADVOCATE this season. against the classes, or one section against : Morgan &: Untuning, Proprietors J!:. It. ]Blakewood Rugletereil Druggist. :
manhood and admir-
his true In favor of .
another. lIe was apt, taking
able moral courage. Though; by nature Barre from a practice that pays from .
impetuous and impatient of restraint, ENTERTAINMENT.Pof. .
1110,01)0) to n,0'JO; : per annum and send i
hlit self.contiol and patience, under so '
for :'i
him Washington only SS.OoOper
.. many burdens bad become most pronounced Bowman and wife gave an enter annum. Mr. Clark could not enter Into
.);; -., His honor wan of the finest tainment at the Opera house, TItusville, affray In his usual! silver-tongued manner i RED PHARMACY I|
tI'tr'' quality, and his word wan liberally his on Monday! night. It was fairly well attended on account cf a severe hoarseness

bond as butttted a man with so good a and the audience seemed to casioned by too many out of door meetings i
''FIne Liquors, Wines, Beers, lineage from the ]Hoods, of Maryland, thoroughly( appreciate the slight of band but warmed up considerably and TITU8Vn.LK, FLORIDA :
Ales Stout Etc. one of his great-grandfathers/ hiving tricks of Prof the transformation
Bowman made things: lively for his opponents, especially :
=:;r-Send me your orders I been a !tenel'allo the Revolution! while ; dances by his wife, and the Punch Hairs' and Alexander lIe reviewed -A Complete Stock of- i

TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. The another present was governor colonel in of the Maryland War of Is 1812.his: and was Judy a very show.editable On the whole entert.iinmeot., we thinkIt pleased' with bin'leoord"the speech and of people the "mlgia-were t :: : PURE DRUGS AfcD DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. :

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coiiMn.lie was enduring comfort of his ed.The pedo1'lllerero frequently' applaud tory biid" i'lf he was classed by one of i; If'- Prescriptions Filled With( the i
J. L. MO15LEY his opponents. .
Utmost Care and l'romptitude.a
devoted In their declining ,
parents years J. M, LUrrs, of Jacksonville, gave a +
TITUSVILI.K: FIA. and ever the tendeieat! counselloi to his BUYS AN ORANGE GROVE. reproduction! of tho speech delivered i WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER. *

Invalid sinter. In this last illness, resulting here some time ago: in which be had! his Choice Llue of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Petfumery, Biunhos, .
all klndnof ] Kal- his
Contracts for terrible
Pnlutlng from! that mishap, usual tirade against" corporations, trusts, Toilet Articles, Shoulder: Braces, Fine Candles, and all other articles kept +
sominlag, Staining:: KlnUhlng and PaperHanging concern wan less for himself than for Mr. Golder, foreman of the nlumbing "ltub ltilzod newspapers," and,in fl\ct. all : by up-to-date drug stores.
at tho mottt reasonable price those he loved, and seveial times be exuessed department of H. B. Hubbard} Company i
of Ills of thinking ."'e careful
who were not way /KIT": give prompt and attention to all mull orders.
consistent with good work mantlhl p. ( his great sympathy for them Jacksonville has purchased j the John lie was In favor of abolishing the tux on +.+.....+.+......+......+........+..+.1........++.*.
He was always the man of heart and Kinlg property at Mime, and also five refined because he thought the
All Work on the East CoastIs was BO tender and true and no steadfast acres In the Tn rnbull hammockadjoining refining sugar companies. were making too ----- -- ,

and brave to meet whatever life held for he Gauldrn property Mr. Holder has much profit out of their Investments but rr :rT-rS"V"XLLE:: 3 IJI"V .a:.:XLY 5T. _:: T-"FZ-: : :

Especially Solicited. him of good or 111. We hope again to two men, whom he brought from Jacksonville diet not take Into consideration, the. effect

Let mo know what you want and get my nee him, Glorllled, where no more paitinga at work Improving the Elnlg Ibis would have on the production of
estimate on It. Prompt attention occur property, composing a seven acre grove this, one of the staple products of the FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORSES:::,

given to all work. .. and large packing house, and clearingthe Southland.! In opposition to capital,
hammock land, which will also be he did not seem to kuow that Florida ...STABLES... BUfi-aiES,
ONE CENT A WORD set In orange trees at once. bas the land and labor and Is doing all

William Ilindlc she can to induce capital to come within BAGGAGE r r' SURREYS,

HOUSE MOVING.Mr. her borders apd develop it. In his usual lara
Advettisemouts In this column will be excited he had his "spell" TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS of
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON manner +
Inserted at the uniform rate of One against the "subsidized piess"-those r
WORKER. Cent a Word. No advertisement, however T... C. Itranntng, who recently that are not supporting Bairs. I, n ULIN G, ETC, ..all kinds..
small, less than 20 cents, ca,h in bought/ the Titus house at the corner of James Alexander made Frank Clark .
Plumbing, }'umpVork, Pipe Fitting. advance each iimertion. Orders for discontinuance Julia and Hopkins streets, Is having ills principal target! as he said' that Mr. J. W. OSBAN & SON,

GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE must be made in writing. moved to his lot on the coiner of Main Clark had devoted twenty-five of his TITUSVILLE -Back uf Geo. M. Robbins' office.FLORIDA..

Mend check, money order or stamps to and Palm streets, just west of Mrs. thirty minutes to him at Fort Pierce, __-,-__ _________________ -.__u_. u_ __ ___
TANKS MADE TO ORDER. EAST COAST AuvOOATJC,'J'ltu.vllle,Fla Wiley's residence. Contractor L. Myers and! he wanted toretuin compliment,
and a force of men are doing the work. lie produced a certificate of citizenship SEO.
::
Your Patronage Is Solicited. CHOICE PIECES<: OF REAL ESTATEfor Mr. Branning will Improve the appear- from Shawnee, Okla., showing( that E. L. :RR.PsRY': : &:, ,

COCOA, FLA. sale by E. A. Waddell, real estate ance of the house by adding a nice ver- Clark not only voted there, but held office -DEALERS IN-
dealer, Miami, Fla. anda to the east and south sides, and In the city council. He paid his
----, the whole of GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.
giving\ property a coat usual tribute to the dude and the bald] ,
SINGLE Comb White Leghorns, bred paint. headed but Pool Jeemit Alex: got ,
man,
for MAPES FERTILIZERS.We .
;Stanley KitchingDealer We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents
foreggs| ,vigor and beauty. Eggs, $1.BO his full share of roaming before It was deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consume
for 15; ; $2.7for: JO. A. 'l'. Hogarth, FARLAND'S CAMP.
over.
In- .),Bt era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
Stuart: Fla. Charles Dougherty, the "tall cypress
E. L. BRADY & BRO. TiTUSVILLE, FLA.
"FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS ot the Halifax," held his own, and many

PERSONAL middle aged/ man !Mr.\ Wm. II. McFarland, of TItusville, were the favorable remarks made about _________u______ _- ,_ _______ --- ---,-- ---------,-----
Tobacco, Pipes, Candles Fancy China wishes to correspond' with home loving who baa had a hunting camp at the him after the speaking Ue acknowledged -

and Temperance Ditnks. lady. Object, Matrimony Address Haulover Canal all the winter,closed it that his failing: was for the Indies, W. E. GOLDSMITH
Tile following brands of cigars deliveredat II. Stanwood, Vlnlondale, I'a. for the season on Friday last and disposed and boutuolted them to a standstill. In ,

*:.i,2"> per box of 50: of the building to some fishermen. answering: the charge that be was a

llumboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos, YOUNG CHICKS I-100 or more, lOots Mr. McFarland expects to leave here today spendthrift lie said that the money was -Dealer In-
each, ten days old, safely shipped four for Columbus, Ohio, to join Fore. his and he had a right to do what he HAY
GROCERIES GRAIN FRUIT AND
Cremo Cuban t'obulakl. STAPLE AND FANCY
shows for the
paugh & Sell's summer
weeks after ordered. Now la the time / pleased with It, as a dishonest penny had ,
Flinch Cauls, 50o.; Hand Made\ Palmetto to hatch for next winter layers, when season. Mrs. McFarland will remain In never sullied the palm of his hand, and PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS

Hats, 250.!; egg are hlgb. Brooders made to order Tltusvllle a while longer.CANDIDATE never had the hand of want been extendedto TITUSVILLK FLORIDA.

STUART, FLORIDA. for southern climate. Recipe for him, and gone; away empty. He reviewed
Sore-head, :25ots.! EgKS for hatching WITHDRAWS. his past record in the legislative -'-- -- ------

now ready, 91 for U.: Blair's Egg halls of our state and on the floor of.the RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
INDIAN
Robbins & Graham Co Farm, Merritt, Fla. House of Representatives, chalanglng .

__ __,___ u__ MI.MS, FLA.., March 7th, 1004. anyone to show from the records of these FLA.
bodies that he ever betrayed. a trust or
(Inonrpurnted,) ; Editor Kant Coaxtivofatel\ Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-backed or loose. Special attention

PAID UP CAPITAL W,000.00. I Please withdraw my announcement for friend.Frank Clark and N. P. Watson took paid sacking for Yachts T. WETMORE or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.
Proprietor.
son.co. Member of School Board from Flint Dis advantage; of the five minutes allowed to

This company owns trict. Mr. A. J. Carter Is entirely satisfactory reply to charges, and put In some hotshot -- --
to me, and I take pleasure, In !
r LIAN:: ID S3, H.ivo. eyes examined and fitted withdrawing la bin favor. Chairman Walker then IntroducedProf.
your
L the Indian Rlvei Country; On the St. Yours truly, Holloway, a member of the congressional PALMETTO FIBRE
a by the expert.DR. P. L. KYZF.R. committee, who explained: his

Lucie Ulver; nt New River and on Bay O. L. MANDAVILLE, past record and qualifications for the ofHco .

BUoayne. Prices to suit the times. Fl01'lda.East A SURPRISE PARTY. of State Superintendent of Public Instruction For a't'tressss:
Tltuaville, and agreed; to go; Into the particulars
Send for Land List. when the candidates for state

Offices at TItusville and Miami, Fla. Coast Meat Market On Wednesday evening large/ party, offices address the people of Col.TItusville.
Charles
i. W. Ri of North Upon special privileges
Walker
Mrs.
headed by I I.I A T. T :TT, ..'II 1a .A.ND
_ TItusville, took the borne of the Rev. W. Daugberty made a short speech and the : : OLE ft N'.

Hodgson Eros. G. F. DUREN, Agent. F. Shoemaker surprise. Everyone: carried congressional question wait left with the

I a: :!3 a bundle of something good to eat. people to be decided May 10.
) Made of the leaf of the Saw Palmetto
e:0 0w ... It was a pound party, and the dining
KAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. p.a: ". table wall packet with merchandise
COMMITTEE
bold in bales
Cs.o room DEMOCRATIC of 60-lbs.( 100( -lbs., and 150-Ibs.

Marine Railway. I p.a: eto. _ MEETING.There .

General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. JOSEPH JEFFERSON.

.Special, Facilities.. cs will be a meeting ot Brevard -Price only 2 Cents per pound-

For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Mr. Karl Kettler, private secretary to County Executive Committee at the
the Courthouse, Tltu Ille, on Tuesday
Mr. Joseph Jefferson, famous actor.
Yachts and Launches.
that Mr. JetTereon's ternoon next. March 13th. at three
-
us companywill
Informs
Mention the ADVOCATE when writing, HG arrive In Jacksonville on. Friday, o'clock, by order of the chairman. The Indian Riyer Fiber Co

cs y April tat, and that Mr. Jefferson will K. B. RACLaBeoN!: ,
+ a tour In Jacksonville on F. A. MOROVLN, Chairman.
fA bin spring!:
nr- OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, open and Secretary. MELBOURNE, FLORIDA.oR .
Cheap, at this ofice.Y ,TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. Saturday, April :


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