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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 18, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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VOL. Q8. NO. 4:. TITUSVIL.LE FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 18. 1OO4. PRICE I I

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",\ LOCAL NEWS -Mrs, E. J. Mima1 left here, Saturday -Capt. Wm. II. Sharpe and wife, of ANNIVERSARY PARTY. Brevard County 1.11..1801' Sale AMONG THE HOTELS.r ..e ,,.

,;; last, to Join her husband at Fort Pierce. Sbarpes, "were In town Wednesday.Do .,
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,i And Topic. of General Interest. -Mr. D. G. Monroe, a prominent turpentine not fall to read the new ad. of Quite a few friends of Major and Mrs Morrltt'a Island, near Courtenay, formerly Road the ad. of the Grand Atlantic 'I '" t.. 1 t ,' i
merchant, of Osteen, was the Florida Motor Co. 8th who F. .d. their known the Place f 't
among on page,: Taylor congregated; at residence as Geiger ; 107.Sacres. '
iI hotel 7th
Daytona on our
I the pleasant callers at this office recently. are selling motors, etc., very cheap. In South TItusville, last evening, Fine pineapple, orange and vegetable page

THE ADVOCATE, -The announcements of candidates -The Right Rev. Wm. Crane Gray to celebrate tae. fourteenth anniversaryof land. Price, *<<0. The ADVOCATK: Is on file every week ,

"; |l.SO per annum, In advance... for public offices will be found on our Itlshop of Southern Florida will be In, their wedding. At eight o'clock the Merrill's Island, 11)11) acres, long fronton at tho American Club, Havana.
, .
I $1.00 .' six months 2nd invited guests began to arrive, and were Indian River, and Including oyster '
page. Is "
TItusville next Friday, the :25th! Inst. The ADVOOATBI: now on file at all
100: per an. to foreign countries. cordially received by the genial Major permits! granted by lirevnrd County: the best hotels In New York city.
I IF YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY -Mr. K. B. Raulerson, of Fort Pierce, and his wife; and before 8 :::1111)!( m., all Good land for vegetables and some good ,
subscribe for the ADVOCATE -
When you along the East Coast, Improved or unimproved and Mr. E. J. Traynor, of White City, were in their allotted )places In the pocloua orange land. A tine oyster locution Whore to stop along the East Coast.
by the year, It does not cost you send full description, price were In town the tirst of the week, attending parlor. Price, 114110..Town () See list of hotels on 4th and 7th pages.

threo cents per week, postage Included. and terms No charge; unless I effect the democratlo executive committee The main) feature of the evening was of Tltusvlllo, lot :3, of East: subdivision
Hotel should not forget tho fibre
., TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE: Is on a sale. C. Buckman, Jacksonville, Fla. meeting.Mr. "Progressive Pit," which was continued of old block 4. A fairly good for sale,men for mattresses, at Melbourne. t

sale at the following news-stands, at five -Mr. and Mrs E. R. Young, of Titus. Archibald! Thompson, of Daytona with great gusto until\ about 10:1.1: p. in., house. Price, +t''ftO. Read tho ad on page 8.
when delicious refreshments Town of TItusville\ lot ::1 t block A ,
: ville Pa. and Mrs. Jos. K. followed. ,
! copyTitusvilleRed
cents per ; Young, of was a visitor\ in Titusville several t
During the Intermission the Coleman's Addition. Large lot fronting,: If want a nice piece of property .Ii
Cross Pharmacy. Sanford 1 Fla., have been In town several days last week. Mr. Thompson owns! pit scores you .
Jacksonville-Duval hotel.Windsor days this week. some of the most valuable property In wore counted, and the following were on two streets, good location near centerof cheap, road the ad. of the Sarno: proper. "
" II hotel. declared the prize winners : Mrs. II R, town. Good 8-room cottage: Price, ty on our Ith page. It will bo sold at A I
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Daytona.Mr.
Grlvot News stand. !-Mr. W. J. Sheffield, of Americas, Joie, a pin tray;, Mrs. Wm. hl\ Brown, t700(> rare bargain ,
Oa., has beeen spending several days in Wm. Wicking, of Daytona: wasa a fan; !Mr.\ Wm. M. Pi-Indie, a diver- Town of TItusville! fine corner lot In off /
fall
1 Do not to at Rocklodgp ,
Note date of expiration printed upon TItusville this week, looking after the pleasant Gullet at this office yesterday: mounted letter opener; and r. II. Walton business section I of town. Price, t.IIII() > stop ,
your paper or wrapper every week. This land interests of the Sheffield Land aud having come here to pay taxes on his a fan.Vocal Town of Tttusvlllif? it residence lots whore thorn are three lino, uptodateliotfls *',, $. ;
tho Indian River Plnr.ntand New
1 18 a receipt for your money. No needfor Investment Co. Jensen ice factory Mr. Wicking is the and Instrumental muitlo was west of railroad. l"l'luo.1O) el\f h. 0

! us to send receipt for subscription. ] DON'T BE TO QUICK-We have In lessee of the Daytona electric light and next In order, antI the playing and llll(. Mouth ""k.., ;:1 i miles, wont of Tit nMvlllu, Rocklodgo.Mr. I t

The date gives It to you. transit, should arrive to-day most vaI'led lily water piants. Ing,: of Miss Lessen, Mrs, 1>. W. !Monroe 40 acres, fronting ou lake, part Immmork T. W. MrCrnary, the hustling and

. r.vf Reading notice ads. are ten cents and bent line of Dry .Goods, ever WE HAVE NOW A YOUNG LADY IN and Mrs. Wm. M. Prlndlo, wits much and part p1 no. Fine Jand for ontngim' ablo manager' of Hotel Victory, Put-ln- .
and Prlo *'J.,(n. the hotel In the
vegetables 0. largest summer I
this appreciated. pineapple hay, ,
line on page. brought/ to town. All the latest fab- charge of our Dress Making Department -
per
This. social South Lake miles went of Titus United States caller at
was n
- pleasant party terminated 2S ploasant ,
lies aud effects. John R. Walker& Co. who in right uptotheminute.Fit .
I ADVOCATKS for sale at the Red \ and Work/ guaranteed J. about 11:10: when Major\ and Mrs. 'fay villu. Tart line Immmock, balance' flits, the AIIVOUATR oflluo on Wednesday. He t,
Cross Pharmacy, TItusville. -Mr. J. II. Allen, who recently boughtthe R. ,Walker Style & Co. Titusville. bur were lieartlly congratulated upon the high: dry, plus land, with bountiful view was ou his way to plan: Gullle\ Palm t
, Flannery property near the Haul- celebration of their IHh wedding anni of lake, lood! orange, vegetable and (leach and Miami. Mr. MoCroary; formerly ,
-Miss C. R. Samsof Courtenay In spent over Canal, was a pleasant ca.Ur at this -The great comedian, John Thompson versary.There! pineapple land 1110MH<(< ). managed l (Hotel UruniuU, at Eau

from Saturday until Sunday town. office on Monday, accompanied by Mr. will appear at the Opera house, TI. were quite 1lew present, and Section .1, Township: South, Range I Galllo. (

-Mr. J. N. Calhoun, of Evansville, II. Bradley of Dubuque, 1.,. They sailed tusvllle, on Monday evening next, In his among them we noticed : Dr. and Mrs. :17' KitHt: ; U'f:!' acres. fronting ou Indian\ I The crowd. now leaving the south re-

111., has been spending a few days In TItusville. off for Daytona the same afternoon. grand musical omedy and vaudeville ; B. It. Wilson, !Mr.\ and Mrs. D. W. Monroe River and Motes Creek, 2''" miles northof sorts are tilling\ tho Magnolia Springs {
entertainment "Around the World In and 1 Nan: Gallie. high land !line
Mr Mrs. Wm. M. Pi I mile, Mr. Splendid \ Its I
hotel lIallIllI1'ln"M' to utmost
,
-Candidates for county offices are 81) Minutes" I and Mrs E. B. Wager, Mis. Wm. M. largo/ quarry of Coquina. rock, high, dry .
-Read the ad. of W. A. Merry day Co, Mill In the latest capacity. Thn days whirl along .o rapIdly
coming being Mr. J, Brown, Mrn. P. Nelson, Mrs. C. F. Fischer and healthy, Fine orange and plnoapplu'
dealers In hay, grain, flour, orange box O. Fries who is renomination -Mrs. Monroe's mother and sister, with both out and Indoor !sports, .
seeking to Mrs.\ M. I'. Kobblim Mint Lessen land. Splendid residence site, Pi'leu,
material, etc., on our 4th page. his old position of county surveyor. If Mrs. 1>. N. Cone, of Benham, Fla.' ; and Mr. C. II. Walton, Mr. Haggerty, Masters $1,1X10.) that little heed Is taken of time. ThelSatlll'd"
II. I. Cone of Norfold Va. dance of the
Mrs. arrived evening wan one
there candidates they had
, FURNISHED COTTAGE TO LET In are any more Rufus Robblns and Wilson Taylor, Georgians Merrills Island; 10 arms,
bold the
In and thin All of
town
yesterday! are now prettiest Houxon.
better get their announcements In the and the host tho blAnd from Indian.
and hostess and extending
South Titusville. Apply at ADVOCATE with' Major Mrs.F. across
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Monroe In people, and) many of those who
ADVOCATE.Mr.
M. River to Ban< River good pineapple
Titusville.Mrs. South Titusville. Taylor.Mr. ina ; have reached that comfortable state
J. B. Terry, a well-known bank. % orange or vegetable land. 7-rooni houseIn when dancing is. longer }
no a temptation
Kate returned Tuesday / ,
Myers -Mr. Claude Olmstead, candidate for goo J condition, small barn. Price $7;O.
er at Honthold, N Y., was in town this W. N. of Fort filled the ball room
after few visit at Seabreeze with Hendry, Pierce
a days' ,
representative for Brevard County, was Also )10() acute, known as lot I, of Ar- 0
her daughter, Mrs. Hugh C. Sparkman. Ills week.fine Mr.orange Terry groves recently at La sold Grange one of to among the pleasant callers\ at this office was In town a day or so this week. bella, fronting both Indian and St. Luote The' San Juan hotel, Orlando, whose !

TItusville has been well suppliedwith Mr. II. F. Ivf8, of Philadelphia. Mr. on Wednesday. He came up from Fort FURNITURE I FURNITURE I WE can Rivers, near! postolllce and railroad, high 11<1. will be found on our 7th page, was I
entertainments this winter We and Mrs. Terry have been at New Smyr Pierce to attend the meeting of the Dem and will meet all competition. Let us and healthy, beautiful locution. Fine doubled In size last Hummer-an elevator 1

have had shows, dances and nodal par. na for a while. ocratlo Executive Committee, as published figure with ;you. J. It. Walker & Co., cottage, splendid l pineapple land Price, Installed, fine verandas built, a park t
ties Innumerable.Miss In last week's ADVOCATE.Mr. Tltusvlllo.Mr. $3:i.n<4M) laid out, and other noticeable improvements "> I j
I'RICES TO SUIT ALL PARTIES Terms will bo made reasonable to reliable made Tourists' will IIml thin an '
Catherine Same, of Courtenay, Improved! and unimproved, property, Frank N. Bond, of DeLand, after L. C. llrnnntng's/ house, which purchasers. Apply to up-tO-date hotel In every respect. The I i i R
wan, in town from Tuesday until Wednesday spending a few days at the UoyalPolnclana Mr. L. K. Myers and hU staff has been
If you want to buy, don't fail to see 1). 11.. GAULIIKN, sanitary arrangements are perfect; the
and attended the Eastern Star E A. Waddell. Miami, FU.Judge P.tlm Beach, panned throng) moving from the corner of Main and Or, TiniBvllUi, Fla. San Juan Is modern In every respect, U
meeting and banquet' at the Indian River TItusville Situiday: last, en route home Hoi 1 kins streets, has arrived at the corner WM A. WAIIXOCK<< Jamaica, N Y. conducted on the broaden lines by the J
hotel. J. F. Welborne and wife, of Mr. Bond l h. head the East Coast i.nm- of Main and Palm streets, Its new _.- -- -, .- maniigor, Mr. Harry L. Heeinun' and U
Sanford' were pleasant callers at thin ber and Supply Co., who have yards at !locution., It will soon bo In Its permanent patronized' by a high claim of people.
-Mr. J. P. Wilson who left here last TItusville, Eau; Gallie( Palm Beach aud THE TURNER PLACE SOLD
office Wednesday and paid our sanctum position
, week In Be tie's'Pharmacy All who stay at tho Nun Juan will be
to accept a position other places.Mr -
that he some much appreciated compliments. J. R. WALKER( A CO., HAD A FORCEof more" than plensod with the manage
Jacksonville, reports '
U well pleased with his position and the The Judge-wlio Is a prominent lawyerwas and Mis. Isaac Benby, of New men busy Monday packing a shipment Judge James H. Brown, of Clinton, ment, cuisine and general appointments.
metropolis of Florida.Mr. on his way to Miami, and! his York, who have been on a pleasure trip of Furniture for a gentleman' Oa., bus. sold the house and land In tho --- --. --.- i
charming wife accomanivdhim., JudgeWelhorne to Palm Bench Miami and Nassau! ar at Eau < and Mrs. Theo. S. Swan, of Is also the talented editor of rived In town, Saturday, on a. visit to Mr. for tie, River Trade. Try them Walker. This Hue piece of property adjoins .
, '' Rochester N. Y., arrived In Titusville. the Sanford Chronicle and !Mrs.\ T. T. Wetmore, and remainedIn that now occupied i l by Mr. 0, L,

i'I on Tuesday, after touring the East Coastof i'1. and Mrs. N. Ray, son and Tltusvllfe unrll Tuesday, when they -Mr. A. M. Rogers, who has been employed Merge and family, of Adulphlu, N. J. Colonel and Mrs. Clues T, McCoy and
I the In the AnvoCATK odlce since M Walker U to have, the house Mis. Miss. Grace
Florida. Mr. Swan Is enjoying daughter of Peoria III who have started northwards. Mr. D. nby, la a r going,: McCoy's MUter A.
(duck shooting. He Is thinking of Inventing Capt, J. O. ,Walton's furnished occupied prominent commission: merchant, and February, IDO.'I) : will leave here, Sunday plAced In good repair, and will\ plant the William. prominent I'hlladelplilans, ,

In real estate In Florida, if he house In South TItusville\ for the :Mrs. Denby Is a sister ot-Mr. Wetmore. for 1'alatka, where he takes a position grounds In orange and grapefruit trees, were among thn p'easnnt' callers at thin. t
can find\ what he wants. I past with Russell A Vlckers, publishers of so that In a couple of years It will be office on Tuewd.iy' Colonel McCoy has I
I four months, left today: for Goodall, Z3T" WE ARK STILL receiving letters the News and Advertiser. Mr. Rogers one of I bo beauty-spots of Ttlusvlllo been on the Kant; Count for a 'while, look-
-Mr. W. J. Herbert, assistant superintendent where" they expect to spend a month before from northern parties who ate anxious has made quite a few friends In town, Tltusvlllo: Is evidently !getting out of Ing for a horn; and after viewing several

of the Clyde Steamship Co., leaving for home. The above party to buy orange groves; pineapple and! they all regret to have him leave. the rut It fell Into, w lieu the railroad places, decided to locate at Titusville.

several days this week, on a vacation. and they hope to see them here next winter homes, etc., on the Indian Klver.\ of Sidney Centre, N. Y. knocked out thereby. Our merchantsare orange grove near Judge( M. 8. Jones'leitldence
Mr. Herbert may take a trip to Palm winter. This cottage Is now for rent, We are not In the real estate business now doing a good buMlneim, ospeclally ', close to the TItusville Park,
Beach, Miami, Nassau and Havana ere and have no time to reply to this clallll of -Mr. and Mrn. S. 8. lUthbun and
those whose ads.. will.bo found in the nnd will rebuild the house .making It
YOU ARE NOT SURE YOU HAVE the 1 1a
Miss Grace A. Uathbun of !Snug Harbor

returning to Charleston. If have to sell
letter so anything
you AHVOOATK columns and the town Is twelve house and Improve the
room
latest un'II the
you see Up-To-The- N. Y., who have been at the Indian
advertise It In this that
-MI+s Eddie Geiger, a sister of Miss Minute Line of Straw Hats, Tan Shoes, paper so we can River hotel, during the past picking up." grounds-making the .place one of tbe
end) marked of the ADVOCATB to 1
Lily Geiger, one of the efficient teachers etc. etc., being opened up by J. R. copies two weeks or'l'lt'18vlll"J leave for IJ.iytona beauty spots>> on Indian River. Although
t
of the Titusville High School, after Walker Co. today.Mr. prospective buyers.WE the now purchase Is outside the town "
on Monday, and from that place will\ ,
pending several days here, left, !Sunday, IIAVK NOW IN TRANSIT THE wend their way slowly northwards Mrs Thursday' St. Patrick' Day, passed oil I Colonel McCoy nays he wants his residence ':t

for Malabar, where she re-opened her Wm. H. McFarland, who has "Swellest" line of Clothing for Men, Rathbun was those Invited to quietly Installed with electric lights, even f
school, which has been closed for the .spent the pant five month. here, hunting' ever shown In TItusville. YouMl make the Eastern Star among banquet' on Tuesday Senator Dwight W. Tuttle, of New If he has to assist liberally for the erection J. '
I : pant two weeks on account of the prerUnce and fishing, left Sunday for Jacksonville mistake' unless you see them. J. R. evening Haven, Conu., arrived In town yesterday of the polo, end wire on the same, '
of measles.Mr. to meet Mr. Thompson, manager of Walker A Co., Titusville. and will remain for rnveral days. as he Intend to have his evidences
Forepaugh and Sells shows From Jacksonville SEE!: K. A. WADDELL, Miami, Fla. equipped with all modern conveniences \
! .: and Mrs. E. P. Ellwood, of the they journeyed on to Columbus, -Mr. and Mrs Hoffman Allan, who If you want an Orange Grove, Pine -Mr. and Mis. Wm. Eherhait: MU :
, fine launch Doozler, were In town on O., to get the shown started on then have many lends on Indian River, write apple Plantation or Vegetable Farm. Eberhart nod Travis! and G. L Kberhart, '
Tuesday, en route, south. They are summer tour. Mrs. McFarland! who Is us they have left frozen New York for At Right 1'rlcen. of \Vlntoivlllo, (J.i., were In town Monday KURT PIERCE 1I0TF.L, FORT PIKKCK '
from DeKalb, 111., and are relatives of still here will spend the with' Baltimore. Mr. Allan lost considerable' and on Tuesday they all left for Fla. !Sportsman's I'aradUe. Opposite! t
summer
; Dr.. and Mrs. E. L Mayo, who spent her mother, near Ilo ton. property In the Baltimore fire, and he -Colonel J. E. Thomas and wife, of Uourtenny, except Mr. Kbeilmrt, who Indian River Inlet. W. (I. Lore, 1'rop. f
fveral weeks in TItusville this winter Is now busily engaged attending to the \New York, were among the pleasant liad, to return to Georgia for a while. -

The Ellwoods have made millions from -Mr. George Gomph, formerly of Tltiisvllle rebuilding of same. Mrs. Allan says: callers at this oflice on Tuesday, on their Mr. Kberhart Is looking for a home for Sulphur>> ; Sprhgs;>> ; for Halo. f
their barbed wire patent.Mr. who has been assistant cashierof Please send the ADVOCATE to Baltimore return from the Royal Polnclana hotel. his son.
,
the Bank of Bay Blscayne for some for we miss it very much when it The late General D. Hutter ehl of New f:

Miami, president Wm. M.of Brown the Fort of Dallas Tltusvllle-National time past, has been elected cashier of the falls to reach UK." York, who> was well known In tide'office, 'ro 7'avpayerrt. The famous Avon Sulphur. 8prln10./ r
was a filend of Colonel and
Mrs. Thom
Dallas National Dank to succeedMr. rated Livingston N. Y. I
Hank and the Bank of Bay BIsjayne Fort -Mr. E. P. Cooley and his two talent- at Avon coullti'
Mrs.
as. Thomas Is quite a social loader I
Miami; and vice-president of the C. L. Hobbs, who recently resigned ed daughters; also Mr. S. S. Olds, who In New York Notice Is hereby given that the tax About one hundred acres Incl- Jng
!Indian River State Bank, TItusville, visit. The election of Mr. Gomph took placeat had boxn on a seven weeks' cruise down books for Brevard county, Fla., are now about twenty acres of beautiful park.,
of the board of directors of of water and fir..'
'" his family, at this place, the early part a meeting the East Coastal! far I Is Bay Biscay, returned open at the Court house, TltunvlUe, but live springs! sulphur a
of the the bank held several days ago. Mr. New l-ulut.We the first class. half mile race truck. These springs I
week. He was also casting an to TItusville on Saturday last, will positively cloHHim Monday
eye ver his tannic acid factory and fine Oomph has made many friends, both In and after putting Mr. Cooley's fine anx In April. E. W HALL, produce the finest sulphur' water known. it
; a business and social way, in Miami, and for further particulars address, J. IJ
orange
grove. Mr. Brown loses no time Illary yacht, Keewahna, out of commission Tux Collector.
:looking after his varied interests In Tl"Uvtlle I all agree that hU promotion Is deserved.' for the winter, Marled for their take pleasure In advising our trade C. tt. CIIAITOTI.T: ..1 1.1.-, '
!\ and Miami, and travels up and I Indeed few young men have the exceptional home In Lansing, Michigan/ on Monday. that we have secured the agency for the M-4t 33 Rutgers St., Rochester, N. Y. b

' flown the East Coast night and day. I business qualification possessed Capt. Cba Fulton had charge of the celebrated Black Diamond Paint. Tax Notice. .a,
"" by Mr. Gomph.-Miami News. yacht. It 1st a black paint for use on roofs, Shoe Repairing
p v
bridges, fences, steam pipes, freezingcans Taxpayers of Tltunvllle take notice
OanclngNotice.. Oarrtiier' Flyers.FURNITURE Coils, (tc. that the tax books of the Town of Tl- I
X Special Opening Male at ICIDso s Price $I.(10( per gallon. Special\ price tuivllle will close on the first\ Friday In I do all kinds of boot and shoe repair.

The regular weekly dance, heretofore Monday Next, March 2 Int. on quantities. Write us. April, being the let day of the month. ng, and do not forget It. Opposite\ Jaa. t' !; f

Riven every Friday evening, will be EAST COAST LUMBEH SUPPLY ("). The tax book. will\ remain open as the 'rltchard A\: Son. ANOKKW: GIUHON, .
changed; Eau Gallie, Fla. Conrt-house week day until the TItusville, Fla.
: to Wednesday evenings, commencing DRY GOODS, every '.
sale of Violas Belts Corsets
Special ,
,
above date.
, ; next ( Mar. SHOES. '
Wednesday evening,
anti, 1111)4. Piques and Linens for Shirtwaist Suits, V. T. Woitl.xrMarshal Jtockledge, Indian IMver, I"
Diamond Dyes Varnish, Fine For Hale.
Thermometers, etc. Property \ { and Collector.
W. BRANNIXO
S. Manager. -
,
etc. JULIUS KLINE
Prairie-grass Matting, ,
'
------- Han one of the most attractive and

Launch CHAS. A. GARDNER, TItusville, Fla. TItusville Fla. Two nice cottages, adjoining each JteglMtratloii Hook Open.To best stocked store. along the Knit Coast 4
Wanted.
other in North'rhuYllle, with an acre of Florida. You can find everything t, \
Great Ilargrulu In Land en the of hammock and fire acre of rich muck you need at this store. All kinds of fine
I want a launch 24ft. or 2."ft; long and Launch and Schooner for Sale. Indian Klver. land, suitable for truck farm. Good the Citizens of Brevard County, groceries; add western meats. 1
"I'", wide. Send full particulars and river frunt. The larger cottage has three Florida. Particular attention paid to tbe needs
I
lowest price to sleeping room and servant's room upstairs The Registration Books for the County of yachtsmen and cruising parties. '
W. J. RAOAS, Launch, 28x8ft.old., :S horse Price power fSOO.OO.One : (Palmer ). FIVE THOUSAND: ACRES of Choice ; and a parlor, sitting room dining of Brevard, Florida, will be open In each ; GKO.: N. HATCH, Prop. 't _
4.t Banyan, Fla. engine lear : Pine and Hammock Lands for sale by room and kltchlng below. The adjoln- precinct on the :23th) day of March, and Morton Ave., Itockledge. f
Schooner :3.1ft>> long
Cruising ,: ; the Sheffield Land and Investment Co., log cottage bas two sleeping rooms. and continue open up to and Including the ------- t ,
light draft, strongly built, $400INJO.K. ( ) at PANIC PRICES! to close up Its Florida and servant's room In second story and 25th day of April, JKI! and on Mondays, r
Land for Sale. T. C'OXBAD 4: CO., this time for Hale, Orange and Pineapple
Fla. business. sitting room, dining room and kitchlng; Tuesdays and Saturdays during t
4-4t Daytona, Investors, horaeseeker or a colony below. Large, brick cisterns to .both at the office of the Supervisor of Registration / Laud.

Choice; 5 and 10 acre loU on the Pen- bare a rare chance to bay fine selected houses). Adapted for a nice winter at the Court House, TItusville. '4d ,
';slular. between Waveland and Sewalls Cleaning and I'retmlnjj. orange and vegetable lands on very easy lome. Those who are not registered, and Intend (KOOO acres choice land suitable for I

fronting on both Indian and St. terms.J Price, $:J, 00 for the entire property. to vote at the primary election to De /growing pineapple and oranges on the '.!E,. r
L'' 'Ie rhera. Also Improved places. and W. SHEFFIELD: : will be at the County lerms. $1,000 cash, 'I,:;1)1' on mort- held. on the nth day of May, will please Indian and :.Mt. Lucie Rivers; "will sell .. ,. "

neat three-room unfurnished cottage to All work done up-to-date. Call and Clerk's office, Tltusvllle, until April 13: ; gage at 8 per cent. register within the time limited above.W. a whole, orIlrlda; a bargain

.ant. Apply to C. n. RACET see me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor or address Judge D. L. Gaulden, Titus\ Apply to UEO. M. RoBHixg, S. NORWOOD, C. BVCKMAX,
>may Wavelind, Fla. Barber :Shop: on Washington avenue. ville, Fla. l-8t TItusville, FU 4.2t Supervlson of Registration. 20febl Jacksonville. \ FU. 'J'JUeL&ND


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Rent, either in improvements of this ANNOUNCEMENTS. MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD.To .

TALIAFERBO REPLIESTo kind or upon public buildings does i the Democratic Voters of Brevard County Florida East Coast Ry.

not add to the prosperity of work. I hereby announce myself candidate before
the ooinlnu primary fur Member of School Hoard<<
men artisans and contractors does Under thin beat will sppesr the announoe- irons First l-lntrl"t,and heir the support of inj

the Recent "Opan Letter"of not find ItH way Into all avenues of County mennte of..1I1e candidates ell. for the various K..te. and l democratic friends to aecuie nomination 1' L.. KYZKR. LOCAL TIME CARD Ntf I! 53. In Effect Feb. 16,1904.

trade does not lessen the burdens of The cbatfte/ for insertion of announcementfrom -
Governor J ennin s. all as wit 19 add to the prosperity of now until the primaries are over will lie SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUNO-REAB UP.
'/t.on, an exreiittnn however living male In the. The many frlemln of A.J. Carter of Tiirnlmll,.
all? cue of those who seek election a* ountv Com.iniHolonnm have urged him tu become, a candidate for theittloa
How the Governor Has Ml* Do you contend that the eight dol. or Numbers ot the County Hoard of ( of Member of lirevard Holiool Hoard for No.25 No.891) No. all No.29 No. 23 STATIONS No.28 No. No.78 No.74 No.25
Snowing .
Public Instruction wiio will be charged< S2.BO; the First District and solicits the support of .Ustly. 1> Dally V"17. .117. 1I.11y. Dally Dally. 11..11) Lally

represented him; and Garbled andMisquoted lars a month in pensions for the brave or one half the regular rate. that no an. all his friends at the coming: primary on May -........ 8-alrp 1a 1 5 p1Ours IboaLr !!'ksuuveAr U. B "la, !2" 1 til ........
soldiers of the Seminole Indian War It Is to 1)8 tlUtlnctl amlerstnod 10th. MANY! V11KK4.To : ..... .. s'
His Attempts wl bout being paid ..... .. 8lap. .. 10"8a' .S..Jk.OtlT.L. .. 811 a 83'' .. ...
In nounceinent will be innertoil
the Record of 1850-58 who risked their lives in experience ........ a 20 jJ t20p 1115a 800.. ..8t. Augustin... I (j() 1110.. 10.. I40p.....:: :
I..rn..llrom
for In
advance an we have ........ ... .. 11 S4 a ...... . .. Bestinge.... ...... 8.1111. IInjJ.. ..
to Injure the Senator. the common defense and the aged and that this is the only cafe rule. the Democratic Voters of Uravaril County: ........ 1012p lOOp UUp 8.0..E.1'&I..tk.... 861110 082. 1I1 1' 844p.....::::

Jan. 20 1004. ofttlmes destitute widows of the soldiers bar Ireepectfullennonnne of Hoard of! illl'lln Instruction myeandidacyforMom.from the 2nd =:::: 10 36 r 1 251. 12 to p lU 011 a Ar..p.. ...lk&..L. == ; 6; 4 53 !, 453p :::-::::
Washington D. C., of that war Is not a solace anda ron COUNTY JUPOE. tllHtrlct at the coming democratic primary' and .... ... 8 to I' 1311 p 11 ..11.116\ a LV'.l'.IILtk".NAr ........ 700.. 120 p II 20 . .....
To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County i I I solicit the confluence' and support of my fellow --- --'- -
lIon. W. S. Jennings comfort to them in their old age of Brevard citizens. ........ 71op 71'1' ......... ArS..nMaleoL. ........ ........ 80010 ..... ........
Tallahaauee Fla. and a lessening of their burdens? count Having* with been the honored office of by County the voters Judge. I now R. E. MIM3. .. .... 710" 80U. 8oo..Lyfj..M"I..oAr 711610 7116. 7151. 115p .... ...
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:My Dear Sir: nome before you attain olloltlmt r: your supportfor t held ........ .. .. .... ... 12Up .Lv. Neoga .Lv ....- ........ 4 88p....... -. .......
1 postmarked Strange Indeed.If re election, .uh.toct| to the.primary. tu will>e FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ........ .... ....... 1 Olp ..... .. ....Bunnell.. ... ...... ........ 4 13" .....
Your letter of January May loih. If nominated and elected. luting endeavor ........ 'U.. ... 10Bp ....Iupone. .... .. .... 'lSp. . ... .
the 4th reached me at Jacksonville to continue In the discharge ot, the I hereby announce myself as a candidate for ........ 83., :.. 110 p 1 881. 10 47 a..... Ormond.... 9 44 a II 09 n 8 4 7 I' 4 2B I' ,......
of Bald with the
btllce iiemilnA.
you do. your position is Aridity to election.. County CoimniHHtoner; for the First ....... UtijJ aup 1.7p 1060a .Daytona. '' 212a 458a a38p lap ....:::
January Bth. I would have replied strange ll. l'1N!: EY. lHtrlct, subject to the action of the democratic ..... .. ..... .. ... 107p ... .. Tort Orange.... .. .. 38'1.. ........
but was prevented by Indeed so strange that venture th.rare -- I pulumry, May 10, lsaN ........ una ItSp IIUp 11110a..N'wB"yrlla... 14os 400a I' 3f3p ........
at once but few If any in Florida who will CLERK OB1 THE CIRCUIT COURT.To I c ii. NA.UMAN. ........ .. ....... .. 1I.0p .. .. ...flak. 11\11.\ ... .... ... ........ iO 01.... ........
an unusual pressure' of public business with But I will ........ ''IH" 427p S19p 1205p ....Tltitsvllle..... 12I1\1a 8116a 8031' ........
to which 1 regard aaot agree you. admit that the Democratic! Voters of Brevanl County: ....-.3 07p.. .... ........ ..... ... 1 Up.. ....
attention your contention generally\ on this proposition I hereby amintino myM-lf ait candidate for .__..... ........ lOp 1913p..Rckledge. ... .10,. 810p.. ......
more Importance than writing political Is In entire harmony with your the ofllua; ot Clerk. of ;the Circuit I Court at the To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County t tT ........ ....... OtOp 4471) 1Up..EauG, lll..... 11P....... 12891' It71" ...,...
of the dmnouratlo to be l hula May 10,1MI4: and hereby announce mvH lf a candidate for ........ ........ 3Ii' 455p 130 p ... M..lbDII'lIe... 11C2p....... 1212 lto p .......
letters. I avail myself most unaccountable statement: that 01 primary County CoiMiilUHlfiner, from the First District, ........ ........ .. .. ,. . ....spbuMtI..D.... .... ..... ... lljj6. ... .. .......
opportunity now however and take the $1,073,930.40. collected on account appreciate your,)nupiort.YoiirJ respectfully| subject I to tbe democratic primary .election May ........ ....,.. .... 1311' .. .. .. ...St. I.le. .. .. 10'1. .......
of the Indian A. A. HTEWAUT.TAX 10th, Respectfully: vonrn. ......... 41711 103p II till' ...Ft. 1'1..'''...... .1 !201.1"8011. 10.lIa 1230.1) ........
occasion to give you some .Informa War Claim only $430- WM. R. WALKER. ........ ... ... .. .... .. ......r1hbal ..... 860p........ 1013......... ........
tlon about my record which you seem 833 is applicable to lowering'the' taxes ...... ....... ...... lOOp ...... ...,.Eden....... 8 t8p ..... 1009. ....... ........
and lessening the burdens of all the A9SEHSOK.I _....... ........ ........ 8861, .:..... .....Jolla.... ..... aul' .......100. ....... .... ..
BO sadly to need and which will serve ........ ....... ........ 736p ........ .l4tullrt. a BOp.. ..... 611. .. .
to correct the astounding state people. You say that by legislative hereby announce myself a onmlirtate fir the To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County. .... ... ...... ........ 7 Uv ........ ''Mobs Bsuod:.. 8 00 280. ....... ........
1 hope, action upon your recommendation olllce of Tax Assessor and.If elected will give Appreciating: your support and conHdence m ".,',.', ",'. ......', .. qg : .. ..' '.
boast of having made la the county the very beat service poMlble.f 646 .8'05 6061n 460p W.PulmBeaoh, g : 10411a. r.
means 940a C 5559
you this was applied to the State's boncU-t the .past, and feeltnK\!: that I ban faithfully din- p 7.
Yours ra t>ertfiilly charged the dutiea I fill a 0 6. a tB p 8 to P 'to p .p..lm Jpa'h.. CO VII II 10 Sd a 8 05 P
your recent public speeches. debt Do you mean to say that It W. It. BANDERS.: announce myself "an imposed a candidate upon for me re election hereby 1001a........ ........ . ....... .. .... p..9 s ... Sr >
1 take up your letter lathe order there had been for County Commissioner' of the Second Umtilot 1010a ....... ...... 'Up ....... .neh..y. ....... OIBp
no recommendationand and salt united at the 10Mo. ........ ....... 102SI ....... .Ftlatderdale. 25a.... .. 435471) .
ef its statements. no legislative action, the State of Brevard County your support>our reapectfullv primary. 111 a ...... ....... .. .... ., .H..II"nd..I.. .. 444 .'. ........ t17p
In making the statement 1 did viz., would not have been better off to the To At the the Democratic request of a Voter large numh..rotmy frlendx i. J.. R. MIOT. 1I8 1140a 0....8110........10501111p.. 1101p. .041pAr. .. ..LemonCity..Mlaml..I., ,. fi'.n. ..820.,. .... 3 857p 8

"Governor Jennings says I have done extent of the sum collected? But I hereby announce. myself ag a candidate for the iTr.lne

nothing since I have been, In Con tell me, please what' became of the oltice act to of the Tax action Assessor of the for neniorrutlo Brevard county prlmay, to nub-beheld To the Demooratlc Voters or Brevard County t do not atop at stations where time la not shown

Cress," there was no Intention to do difference between that sum you mention May U, 1IHJ4.' It elected I will fnltlll the I hereby offer myself aa a candidate. for Con
Injustice. Several gentlemen of and the $1,073.930.60? Was i duties of the oirlue to the bent of my ability, mlHHloner from the Third District subject to Condensod Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
you yours respeotfnliv,
tbe primary,May 10, 1WI4
not to
paid the of
Florida
people
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111ITCHELL.I
Integrity and veracity Informed 0. F. JOHN HOUSTON.To *
unquestioned NO. .. No 15
either in money or by settlement 01 JACKSONVILLE No. 23 No. 29f No. 27Dally+ No.35+ No.43- ,;3D Ka \:
'I I
I .I o.I
the y inlly
'"I me, both before and after the State's bonded indebtedness to the TO ST. AUGUSTINE Dally Dally[ Dally / Dally Ee.Moo,, K..Hoi Dally\ IL Mus

publication of the Ocala, Banner let. government and the accrued interest hereby announce myself a candidate for TaxAsseseoruf tha Voters of Brevard County: .... 3 00140Op' B21pt\ 935
Jacksonville.\ flet a 10 00 13 IRp 30p 230p 805p915p [>
tar that you. bad said as much to thereon? And ,if so paid, does nr the support llrevartl and county votes of and all rcupfotfully deuioctais" solicit at for The County friends Commissioner of RA.. Conkling from 'Ihlrd announce letll"t him, Ar. St. Augustine... 811B.. 11 10 a11'26.I: Ship 230p 330p 92Bp1035p|

them, and I will give you their names that lessen the burdens and lower the the primary to b J held INlay 10, 11104.lle"IW.t subject to the democratic primary. No. 32* No. 16*
ST. AUGUSTINE No.28+ No. 92-rNo. 98+ Nn.44. No. 30+ No. 78+ No.74*
should desire It. While dls- taxes of all ; l J DnllrIi I
you you the people? ) ( I I e11Y I )
A. A RM ER. TO JACKSONVILLE Dally Dally Dally DaBual h.Sun.D..Uy .Sun Dully Dally DailyLv.
.claim ever having used that langaugi, The State oweTl the National Coy _

its substance or equivalent, your letter ernment In bonds and interest $380- To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County St. Auguetine..l 5 00 a 7 80/ a 7 SO a 11 1(1(/ all| 40. a I210p 4 BO;p 610p\ 620pe0p|
Having been urged by voters and tax
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many 000.( 860 a 1101,61101' 7IOp 730p740u|
to my mind. Is In Itself the equivalent 934.00.' By act of Congress approv.ed To the Doivocratlo Voters of Bretard County payers to become condldate for re.ol..ctlont I Ar. 8.0a12'01lj'340p|

March' 3, 1899 (before by election I hereby announce myself candidate. for tax hereby announce myself ftJa candidate for
of that language.You :io the ..HBBHor and revuectfully ask the mipuort of all County Commissioner from the 4th District,subject The Following Are 'Through Pullman Trains:
: Senate tha ', of the
) it'cI'c'ary to the action of the democratic of
devote much space to the Florida of my democratic friends In the coming prl.nU'J primary
Treasury' was 8lYt \urlt.e(1( aid: direct-\ '. Jtcwiwctfully of May 10, 1IKM. 1 will appreciate the support of EASTERN TRAINS WESTERN TRAINS
Indian War Claim. It Is a simple ) K A. MCMILLAN. all Uemou rats. No. 37 and 38-New York and Florida Special *No. 1B and 18-Uhlraico &; Florida Special
to proceed for the collection of State JOHN C. JONES.' No.31 and 32: -Hon them's Palm. Limited I +Nv. 93 and 92-Ohlcairo' and Florida Limited
matter and a plethora of words bonds ownod by the Government No.. 43 and 44-Seaboard Florida Limited +No. 27 and 30-Thi. Florida Llml'edThese

and phrases will not mislead( the pub where there was default on the part FOR SHERIFF.To trams' are composed exclusively of Pullman Cars a"d extra scat fare will be charged.

lic. The claim had .been standing for of such State in the payment of In the Voters It the Democratic Prlmary.l To tho Voters of Brevard County i Day coaolien operated on these t.alns oa which no extra or set fare la cb""I" (**
over forty years. The people of terest. Under this Act the Attorney I reapentrully aunnnnre mynelf ail a candidatefor In compliance with the expresxod, wish of
of the voters of lirevard I offer
many county BRANCH. ORANGE CITY: BRANOEI.o' .
SANFORD
Florida know this, and they know too Orfne''al threatened suit. The claimof nomination to tlmolttce! of Rherltr.and would inyncif for ,the olllce of County UommliMloiierfor
for th claim lu think y. iivll li.r Jour aii|"port at the primary, the Fourth UlHtrlct for the ensuing year. If I No.12ho.""3N .1. No. 2 No.4
when and by whom the provision government was a May 10, luu4._K"i.|>cctf am fleeted will use bent endeavors to ,
my carryon Dally >"I1 Dolly Dally Rally I'itlyT
J. F. BROWN.
Its payment was finally passed through law and equity and, payment could the liualnBHa of the county honestly and fair.

I have claimed the have been enforced. On the other ----- '. ly 1 respectfully solicit your vows and iurtuonce. 06 a Lv......... Tltusville..Ar 12 OOp 4101'1 to .N. Smyrn..... 355p 710pIIJI
Congress. never hand the claim of the State COLLKCntll.To Respectfully yours, S 11$ a ,.......... .. ........... ,,, ii lie 1.v.J.k"J-Iel..Ar/ 110" eoop
FOR TAX
credit for myself nor denied to others was one JOHN H. WYNN. s 66 a Ly..Elllerprlae..A' 11 OOa, II 1" II l lOla Lv.O..II" City. Ar 100. IS Upt
the credit due them. You cannot go in equity only and Its payment was the Democratic Voters of Hrr\ard County 10 a A.r.......... 8&"f.r4 ..........Ly lO BOa 0 80111 11 .Or. City Jas .L,' 12 Sip II 80 v
dependent upon the Justice of Con candidate' fortheottlceof'lax
1 hereby announce myself >s a
further than I in commending the gress. This suit would< probably have Collector or brevard Couuty The taxpayers of the Fifth District hereby! announce No. 19 No. 17 Ne.18 No. 20Sunday
earnest and Intelligent efforts of Senator subJect to the "antion of the .J F. Bell as candidate for the ofllce of I I MAYPOKT I
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been had it solicit\ Dally. Sundayonly.
for
brought not been th Dally
to be held May 10, 11X14. I earnestly the County Commissioner from the Fifth District, BRANCH:
_ Pasco and other members of provision incorporated In an Act of support of all iny friends. subject to the action of the democratic primary only

both branches of Congress who preceded Congress at the Instance and large! E. W. HALL.ATTORNET. toOie held May. 10, 1004. 11 oo aU 443p Lv ..............................S..k..ulll..r 4 OOp
here. I have stated the efforts of the TAXPAYERS. 08 a i 83 i p Lv.......,.......................80. Juktonrill..................... ... ..IT I sap
me repeat- through Florida deleItntlnn. 1140 SII"Lv...............................Pablo Bwdh......... ...,......... ........ .Lv 88111.1 BOp
edly that 'on entering Congress In This pn, vision tnvad" the alit FOR FROSEcUTINO 11 48 a1300m p20 P LT..._.........................itlintlo Bwch.... ... ... .......... LT 3 ISp
To the Democratic Voters of Hrevaril County i 'OR REPRESENTATIVE.To S tO ............................ ........JUjport.,, _. ... ...... .?...Lr .3 OOp
1899 1 found In the Senate files as a (continued on page 3.) friend I have ::::::. ::: _..
At the solicitation of many the Democratic Voters of Brevard County t
result of their painstaking work imv finally decided to become a oondidate for the of- hereby offer myself before the democratic PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
valuable data \vhicti cuutrlbuted no ace of Prosecuting Attorney for this county at primary aa a candidate. for Representative In
I the next democratic primary. I iecUully| solicit the next l I"Klelat..re.l If elected I uledice myself
little to the passage of the measure TROPICAL your support. Yours truly, In all respects to support the will of tte people CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. & 0. S. S. COMPANY FOR
O. A. FROST. and to servo Brevard county to the bent of myability.
for I accorded
and Indeed my part even
CLAUDE OLMSr D. HAVANA KEY WEST AND NASSAU.
to you the credit for the perfunctory

part you played In taking the FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN- ; STATE! ATTORNEY.I These Time Tables show the times at .

warrant home. PINE APPLE from the eeveral..tatlon8\but their .. ",blew.
theoRneyist a candidate for respectfully announce my candlnacy for the nor does the CompsrStnRniJentut hold Itself
sup, Public Instruction position or 8taC. Attorney of the Beveii'h Judicial from.
Some Pertinent Questions.Are for Krotsrd county pubjectto the Ueolslon Circuit of Florida subject to democratic .
of the democratic primary. nomination on May lu, 1WI4. offer and pledge
JOHN R. WALKER. a clean. and fearless administration of thedutieit :Bar Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
In the of he above honorable office and respectfully
especial pride
you taking "
TAR andWINE. solicit the support of the elector of the Seventh "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
fact that the Indian War Claim was Judicial Circuit of Florida.

collected during your administration? To the Democrats of Rrevard County.HeingacantlldateforCmmty Superintendent. JOHN C. JONES! Oriando Fla.I J. KAHTTER. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST.. AUGUSTINE FLA.

and are you offering that to the peopleof of Public 1 ImtnletlooIaoltoit the iiitluuncM of -
the Indies and the votes of the men In primary
Florida as something with which election Maw 10th U nominated I promise. to hereby respectfully announce myself as a
you are especially to be credited? Do be, In fact, your faithful and oh".l.oOl nervant.I. candidate for the oltice of State's Attorney of Official 1 Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association.
the Seventh Judicial
K, FULTZ. Circuit subject to tbeaction
you forget or did you know that Governor of the democratic primary.

Drew and Governor Bloxhara, FOR COUNTY TREASURER.To CECIL O. BUTT,Orlando Fla. The Chicago Net and Twine Co.

and Governor Perry, and Governor
has cured more bad \My Friend t STATE COMMITTEKMEN. Manufacturers of-
f Fleming and Governor Mitchell all .
I kindly ask your support for County Treat I hereby offer myself for re-election as Member e.-
exercised the greatest energy In urging cases of Indigestion rarer, at the primary election, May 101004. of the State Executive, Committee for Brevanlcounty << ..,.
this matter upon Congress each id Yours truly, and solicit the vote of those who are
JOHN HENRY. aatlsiied wi h action on the commit n
his day and that all of them perhaps La Grippe, Stomach tee. my present =

made greater effort In this direction W J. TUCKER. 0
OAME WARDEN.
FISH AND t"o
than you have been known to do? Do disorders, Coughs and l+ t>:IrJJ
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
you realize that1' If the claim was not the ottlce of Flail and Game Warden subject to 'Jtr OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale bail I.Ik7 t I.
Colds this winter than ;l
the action of the democratic primary, to be' held
collected either of the Administrations
during May 10th. T. A. ROil N ON. Cheap, at this office.California &;

I have named was not the ALL OTHER remedies _. _. .. __ ___ ___ __m h
fault of those distinguished and much =
i c::
Colds Are Ktangerouti. Prune Wafers.
loved sons of Florida and that the combined. I toO I FISHING NETS and Netting of' Every De crlptlon.o
flow often bear If remarked : "It' A pleasant and agreeable laxative
final collection of the claim reflects you ,
DealersFIn Seine :Twine Cord Etc.
Maitre Rope,
credit than only a cold" and a few days later leain painless elective.: Prescribed by y
no more upon you upon yet
Orlglnatora Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
tbat the man Is on)JIlt back with pneu-
physicians, and recommended by all\
them? 79-81-Kf: K. Indiana St. Chicago Ill.
monla. This t I" of such common occurrence druggists aa an Invaluable .substltue for ,
In'connection with this Indian War that a cold, however slight, should pills and castor oil 100 wafers: : cent, ..."' ..ntlnn The ADVOCATE In your letter..,
Claim why is it that you seek to have not be disregarded. Chamberlain's Cough:
Red Cross Pharmacy Tit uavllle.I .
W> are Members of the Illinois. Tlshermen's. AR8'cI. IIn.
me say that the aggregate of the various Kennedy cuuoteiaots. any tendency toward .. ,

appropriations for Florida viz pneumonia. It always cures and I
_ ). Mold all drng- .- _.
.Ie take.
about 14,100,000 "would lower the tax U pleannnt to by OverWorkveakens

es and lessen the burdens of all the J1L glsta: and medicine ilealoin.Aa Your Kidneys. OS.AS:: $ z TT r2 <5SJACKSONVILLE. c o ,.

people You must know that 1
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lavMl. ant a ate W. Hay St.. FLA.

confined my remarks specifically to \Vlipn. I looked at this picture last Unhealthy Kidneys. Make Impure Blood.

the amount contemplated in the total Soo your :arujggilst : : week I fnllod 1 to observe those goats

of the Indian War Claim viz and to or Vr1."toO' the down In the t-ornor." All the blood In your body passes through

be exact, $1,073,93061! The language "Prolinbly they butted In since then." your kidneys once every three minutes. FuLt. FULL

of my letter quoted In yours la plain] :r\IJa.1: "1.1fao't'1.1ror: s -I:lIn"/l" City .lonriial. u K .ETH rt blood The kidneys purifiers are they your filter -

and unmistakable. I mentioned thai out the waste or

the total appropriations obtained for The Tim. to Think.Cllrn.I impurities In the blood. t

Florida was about $4,100,000, and then Hf I suppose I ought to stop and II they are sick or out EXPRESS EXPRESS

said: .(.,. : think heforp I Hcropt him. of order they fall to do PREPAID PREPAID
'.le __ '
"This means more than $? per capita e Mn nd-Oli. no. \01'1hll1'\ plenty of their work. 20
Pains aches and rheumatism I
_ for every man woman and child tlmi" to do that afteFWanL-Detroit irl 2O
come from excess
in the state of Florida; and the col 'M't' PIVKH. of uric acid In the
lectlon of the \ .-. .-a
Indian War Claim provided blood. due to neglected sac
Read It Tliruugli.Twouia Id
the affairs of State are administered kidney trouble. tS

wisely and honestly should Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady -
Spoil This Story t.. Tell It In the heart beats and makes one feel as though
have the effect of
lowering taxes and ......1 Un... they had heart trouble because the heart 1 Is '
I
lessening the burdens of all the I1. ri1vs& IDoz.DEIIVCRCO
ple.> peo- To me an eighteenth century phrmsn- overworking In pumping thick kidney- : .
Tropical .
this la an "o'er true tale" having happened poisoned blood through veins and arteries. It '
I reiterate now that every dollar In a small Virginia town in the It used to be considered that only urinary fOR

cf the Indian War Clalm-$1.073.390.68 winter of 1002 It U a story very much of troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, I29ts(

-should have the effect of lowering the present. Up to a short time ago Mrs. but now modern science proves that nearly $12<<29
all constitutional diseases have their .
; taxes and lessening the burdens of all Manufacturing John E Harmon knowledge of M elf a Station: of the, Va., In kidney trouble.If beginning $9 09 .. I

the people; and while I did not say had no personal of :Chamberlain's rare you are sick you can make no mistakeby
properties for the Palxit
curative Agentfe Brewing Co.
so then. I do say now that every dollar .. "Last January" first doctoring your kidneys. The mild

ef the total of appropriations for Florida Cough"m,. baby. took a dreadful cold and and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's

does Its In says, feared she would have Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy Is
I part lessening the burdens at one time I pneu-
realized. It stands the for its
highest
i of all the people.Do Company monia, but one of my neighbors told me soon
wonderful cures of the most distressing eases
had oared
her
you contend that the Improve- this remedy once JOB PRINTING
and I began giving it to my: baby at and Is sold on Its merits
ment of rivers and harbors docs not JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. and It soon cured her. I heartily thank by all druggists In fifty"t' .
lake new and competing avenues of manufacturers of Chamberlain's cent and eti- 1114
the "'
ommerce and thus lessen the rates Remedy for placing: so great a es. You may have a
.f freight? Cough within my reach. I cannot recom- sample bottle by mail Ro..or ._po_ Executed at the office of the
-Sold by- cure free also pamphlet telling how to find
Do you contend that high, rates of mend It too highly or say too much in you
all who read will out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
freight are not a burden on all the Red Cross Pharmacy Its favor. I hope this Mention this paper when writing Dr. Khmer
"opie? .eDo try It and convinced as I waa." For EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.
j? saleby all,druggists and medicine dealers. At Co., Blnghamton N. Y.

you contend_ that_ the money; Tltusvllle Fla.








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TALIAFERRO REPLIES. Ion that 1 have not done my: full part. (Congressional' Record Vol. 33. pap, > I I
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Why therefore should you complain 1829)) : 1I I
Your reference to my interest in t "Gold coins and silver dollars c"4- WASTE .

(continued from page 2.) First National Bank of Tampa would ed by the United Static shall be ft <

------- seem to hano proper place In this legal tend .. In all vaymo'its at th1' ; I j I II

suppose these proceedings had not discussion, and yet let me assure you nominal value when not below the !
ioo been stayed Instead of receiving there In nothing whatever about It to weight and limit of tolerance provided I r t j

levins: In cash. Florida, without receiving be ashamed of or to conceal The by law for the single (coin and when I : 1

anything might have bees United States statutes" provide for the reduced! In w"qht! ; below such standard I ,

compelled to pay $380.9i-l.GG.! establlnhment and regulation of National and tolerance! shall be a legal

Banks and authorize the Secre tender at valuation: In proportion to ( ; 4 j

Couldn't Have Done Lees. tary of the Treasury to designate depositories their actual weight" :

for Government money. St"natorIdrlck moved to lay this MAKES 01'I
'
You contend that. In addition! :! to the Years before I came to the Senate the amendment on the table-. hut withdrew / 1 1t e

I payment of the Indian War Claim First National Bank of Tampa was the motion so that there was a direct ( ) J WOEFUL

anl proper yon "demanded and procured." designated; one of these depositories vote."I'hls wan recorded on the fol. . "
In the adjustment of the mutual account because It was located at a point lowing page of the Record viz 1830 't r WANT.

t. Uver B1Qt between the State and the United where the Government was collecting and my vote with that of the other ;
I
States the payment by the latterof and disbursing large sums ot money Democrats was yea (Following [lathe : old copybook maxim find IN '

$ SYRUP $SS., 62.1l. due the school fund of! and it was as much for the convenience vote In detailYeas. : ) -Bate, : forceful application i in the waste of r

t II\LCU.I-' the State: $23,007.02 due the Trusteesof of the Government aa for the Berry Butler. 'Chilton, Clark (Mon. ( which u tailed "burning the '
I 71, I/ -Co.1 ...ulnaDRIIHACHER' the Internal Improvement Fund on bank. Since I have been in the SeDate tana), Clay. Cockrell, Culborson Dan- ) ( ) ; at both end." A woman la I

/1 All.,-- account of swamp land indemnity and the deposits have been Increased lei. Harris Jones (Arkansas), Jones tempted beyond her strength by ,

c-- .9,326.21 due the general revenue fund there just as they have been Increased (Nevada), Kenny !McKnery McUaurin or social demand. Some day r

$ of Florida on general census account, as I understand, all over the country Martin !Money Morgan Pettus, Rawlins awakens from this waate of strength
and further succeeded In collecting for This was no privilege accordedthe Stewart Sullivan! Tallaferro woeful want of it. She has ce-

livor& Blond AII'K.--. : the State the additional sum of 13. ) bank because of my connection Teller Turley Tlllman Vest. Senator (! weak, nervous and miserable.
weak run-down women,
or 248. Of course you did, If you used with It, nor was It any special source Mallory was absent and ill. but is no better, nervous tonic, and nervine than t

lropure Blood the word "procured" as meaning "re of profit, for there baa never been a paired to vote yea. ) ( Tierce'. Favorite Tretcriptlon. It '

SYRUP Bad celved." The act provided for a *et- time in the history of the bank sinceit A Test Propo.ltlon.S..nator ) : the appetite, quiets the nerve It ""i

-..___.. -Iatle., tlement of the mutual account and has been a depository that it hat glvr refreshing sleep. It cures J IJij
that the bonds of the State, held in the not had more Idle money than the total Pettus Immediately offered illnensea. peculiarly womnnly which \ \, S
+I. !
AA
!1olBrtul T aic ::::.. Indian Trust fund should be surren amount of the Government deposits. another amendment as follows: the general health. It makes \ !7 t

: dered to the Governor of Florida. You If you think that my sense of "That nothing contained in this act women strong, nick women welL
llDrBtlY8r = would have been derelict In dutyif conscientious regard for duty after.
ulalor your Justice or shall be held or construed! to affect!' ., doubt you have furffnltcn me. hut }
Aod"r you had failed to receive the money ; would be warped by a connectionwith rend l my letter you will rrmrnibrr:, me
!.r tho present! legal tender quality of silver :r t Mla. Annl> K Muring, of jsin Avenue;
The Bsst Blood S bi but even In that event, the Govern a National Bank yon can easily dollars coined by the United RimnoUe. v. "In the yenr. 117 I "wrote' ,.
Puri1ler.S ment under the law would have founda disabuse your mind of that Idea \ ", 'for ntlvice.I which you eav me free of 4

A;:;;=- __-_ /1.....".. way to settle the account and the by turning/ to Congressional( Record!, States." not When wnlk. I MrnlKht wrote to for yon palna I wee In a inv wreck nh.lu.\' I _

.....v n._th.. .. ": ".... .... L'p",.".............. State would have suffered!' no loss. I Vol. 33, page!; 1833. where you v Tho yea votes on this test proposition !' : Ite I down .,r get any
.'n.....Q..,.,........ ... ...- therefore that were as follows (Congressional l : .e .I'.I.II.h't: \ : :,; celled. Clue\ tm.t iloe- .
;,.....od:;. repeat, you could not find my vote plainly recorded in favorof Record, Vol. 33. page 1830)) : .. !! lint did ..nlll"<,t any. better. until went
IWI-' __ ... 'd'F very well have done less. : abolishing the tax on State Bank. n course. ofotir medicine took eight
--.u ClRtuUa.PI'': .N. Yeas-Hate, U rrr. Butler Chilton ,. '' sod
: Everyone of the sums' you mentionin : parlor I'avortle 1'1.1'1\.11." | t ,
...... (See amendment that follows) : ClarkN \ .... M..Ihnlnco""rv.' \ ,' .ml leu h.ttir.f.
..00........'"-"" Aod..(::0' connection with this claim had been ,(Montana). Clay. Cockrell Cui. ( : > : IMemmnt ITllrl. I tell you the medkhpa. I
REE '"r is withheld from the State because aa berson, Daniel Harris, Jonen (Nevada .. A one .r me."
SAMPLE Voted to Abolish State Bank Tax.
kalI
I have said before the State had fnlled ) Kenny McEnery. McLaurin and Hick women are invited to

......,... THE. synJP, to pay the Interest on its bonds, sections 3412 and Martin Money !Morgan; Pettus Raw. /: Dr. !Tierce, by letter_tiet. All
"Section 9. That
1HACHER MEDICIgE' l,0tfA and the Government withheld paymenton I, llns, Stewart:: Sullivan! TullulVrro Tel. a : .... .."' .! IK held as strictly" private

Ch........... ., ., IMEhiff.' lEl1Et all of them to Indemnify Itself 3413 and all other arts and parts of ler. TlUmao" Turley, Vent Senator !lr i R. V. !Tierce, HutTalo; N. Y.
... against loss. Act of Congress providing > acts which Impose any tax upon the Mallory wa' tilwent on account of i 1' <:rce'li Pellets cure bihouineiui.llroUrn 1

for the settlement' of the ac circulation of State Hanks or State : nogs but paired to vote yea on tne '

count and this alone, unlocked tint Banking Associations be, and the same : proposition. llrnnrltp.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS doors of the United States Treasury are hereby repealed" I Senator :Mcl.aurln offered the follow. 1"11" from acoldoiit. the effort of I
TWO SIZES 6OC AND S1.OO. I voted for that amendment to the Ing amendment to the name bill (Cun'greHlllonal ) t
for the payment to the State of every ( \' or lee. n liirito lirunrh of n tree
If you have never tried thisgreat dollar due to whatsoever account or ttnanclal bill. ) 'lecord. Vol. 3U page; 18J2)'Section ) : -'', cut trtuportirlly!! leaving u I
How does that comport with your 9.. That Suctions 3413 one'
remedy fund Referring again td the $132.000 or more to !hi"> cut again rlruio to the
charge which say you have made 3413 and all other acts and parts of
you
of bonds and the $213,98406 interest
In the month of June advises n I ,
SEND TODAYfor thereon due the Government you do publicly that I have not during' my acts which impose any tax upon thu i
<)tiimii correspondent /
circulation ot State Banks State
not seem to credit that payment within Congressional; service attempted to or
a free sample and state any way lessening burdens and low. secure the enactment of any law on Banking Associations! be, and the same I

your nymptotHt. ering taxes. I maintain that a debt this subject? are hereby, repealed." Itnw'a'Villw.", y

We simply ask you to t"1It/ wherever owed I I. a burden and that You were once. prominently connected The vote thereon Is recorded on offer One Hundred Dollar Howard '

We know whatit its payment whether to one creditoror with a bank yourself I understate,. page 1833 Vol. 33. Congressional Record once of t'alitrili that cannot be

at our expense. another, lessens that burden In the and surely you do not mean to say and those voting yea were the by Hull'!! Calnirh Curo, ,

will do.Thacher. sum of the debt paid that a connection of this rind would following: J. CIIKNKY & Co, I'lop', Toledo O.

You will pardon me, I hope for disqualify a public officer from the Berry Chilton. Clark (Montana), the titidrrslgnoil. have known F.

Medicine Co. treating this suject so exhaustively, faithful discharge. of his official duties Clay Culberson, Daniel l, HeltfeM, Jones ; I tor the lust t IS yours, soil be'" .
? (Arkansas), Lindsay, AlcUnery! Mc' honorable In all buttl- f//
and I offer as my excuse that it seemed I mscy.'S him perfectly
CHATTANOOOATENN. necessary in view of your unique 1 quote trom your letter the following Laurln Martin Money Morgan, Pet- e transactions and financially able to ,
Ideas on the subject. : : toe!' Rawlins, Tel laferro, Tlllman Tur -out any obligation! made by their

"Finally 1 have called to the attention ley, Vest. Senator Mallory was absent

1 i Not Here for Buncomb. of those of the people whom I on acommt of illness but was W."t.f.. !: Truax Wholcaale! Druggist; ,

cave been able to address the facts paired to vote yea. .>ludoC & (, Klnnnn..* .1 ;.1.!liarL "-
Senator Jones of Arkansas (chalrman wnoinHnie a Unlgg.te I muslin 1 w.
to I have that as Senator you voted against; an VIII.
1 As your suggestion that: of the National Democratic Executive ,, / Cntiuih Cure I II taken Internally
1 not Introduced a bill! resolution or amendment to the money bill to strike
the blood, and mil-
Committee), offered the follow. directly upon I
r I amendment on subject, or embody the word 'gold' and insert the words
18 any ing amendment to the same bill, \le, surfaces of time nynteni. I'Hoe 7Sct ,
1. ing any principle in the Democratic 'In coin of standard value' in interest the Gold Standard bill (Congresslona bottle Hold b,. all druggist/ 'l'esti- :

I platform, you know that since I have payments (Congressional Record, Vol. Record Vol. 33, page 18:13): ) : ( ,, free )[1111'8 Family Pills are

I been In Congress the Administration[ 83, page!: 1829)-a direct "and flagrant "'I hat from and after the passage! / ) best '
oas been Republican and both branch volution of the platform. !
I of this act the mints of the 'Tn:.
{I es of Congress overwhelmingly so, States shall be open to the coinage of :
1 and I am not here for buncombe or to Never So Voted. sliver and there shall be coined V : FAMOUS TRAINS; 'I

;H whistle against the wind, but to < lars of the weight of 412% !grains troy ,
vote my time and best thought and energy I say that you have absolutely misrepresented of standard silver nine-tenths fine *

to passing measures ot benefit i me, unwittingly I hope, at provided l y the act of January l1837 \

I the people of Florida. Practically before the people, whom you have ad : and upon the same terms and & Florida Limited"
,5 w.? F every proposition contained [In the I assert that 1 voted limitations and
dressed. never so subject to the provisions
t:Piqj' I Democratic platform has been before and thAt Congressional Record of law regulating the coinage; AUOUSTtNK( :,JACKSONVILLE:, .

i, the Senate I have In been one way or another, Vol. 33, page 1829, the same you cite, and legal tender quality of gold; ; and to Vii W.\UO) and BT. LOUIS. ,:
a member and
since shows that your statement ban no wherever the said coins horeln provided
I upon every one of them your state t"lllIllI (>|i,.r Hid over UM Ith"r".t line !'
foundation in fact. This page shows for shall be received Into the .... Ht. AiiKimlliin. JnukNonvllln, ('101"""..
ment to the contrary notwithstanding also that I voted strictly with my par. Treasury certificates may be Issued ( 1."..Ix, Hint "/"orltho, iiilukmt' ivnuiluM
1 have voted in full and strict accoi, ty, as I have always done on every .., two hours
a with the platform of the Democratic question at issue The facts In the therefor In the manner now providedby train l Is tlm ntiiiidunl. <.>f |ii-rfoiel Veiclliiilml,M- '
I do not pretend to be bol r KKrvlii.,eooelnlbgnf t'lilliuuii
!
fl! { party. case are these: law. ",,, Nunn. Hl.jnpmu. l'uiiiiurtniuiit: Olnlutf.
''I enough to attempt leadership to the Senator Stewart, of Nevada offered Page 1833, Congressional Record, ., .. Inn.: t
exclusion of Democratic Senators who the following amendment: Volume 33 will show that I voted '. .... /II. A".Une ,,,20 a. nt.1 J,.,'kN nvlll ,
have in the service of in. Arrive (;JiliHK) 4.10: p. ui"| HI. 1-ouU, I
gray
grown other for th
the Democrats
with
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"In section 6, on page 15, line 5, af I : |.. tu.
I party and country. I have been eon ter the word 'Interest,' it is proposedto amendment offered by Senator Jones. _0_ ,I
i tent on the contrary, and regard; It as The yea votes were as follows:
strike out 'in gold coin of the present "Tho Dixie Flyer- .
I being to the Interests of Florida as standard value' and Insert 'in coin Yeag-Bate, Berry Butler. Chilton

'I well, to listen to their wise counsel of the standard value of the act ol Clark (Montana), Clay Cock- ( ) CHICAGO antiS7'

,' 'ana to follow rather than to pre July 14, 1870. mil Culberson, Daniel, Harris, ( LOUIS. \

C. M. BROWN sume to lead. Perhaps If like some, Heltfeld, Jones (Arkansas), Jones (Nevada ,
with the sound Senator AldrIch moved to lay this V..ntlliiile 1 bad been enraptured amendment on the table and the nay ), Kenney McRnery, McLaurln from, .liirUmmvllla. ii. t'htusga.nd Ht UiiilD.
for of my own voice, or were given to Martin Money, Morgan, Pet & ', I'll to.., Macon, Atlanta. ( hsttanuyaLook-| I '
The People's Candidate I of useles vote on the proposition to table were ) unit N..h.III.
practice
the peripatetic tua Rawlins Stewart Sullivan, TalUaferro I
follow: (See Congressional Record ArrlvtChlrngo!
i .Juck.onvllleS05p.m.. >
FLORIDA. Introduced v '
GOVERNOR OF have
I I might Tillman ) .. I
!' speechmaking they Vol. SJ, page 1829 the sume you Teller Turley Vest : in.i He, 1.1.,1 a. in. the "un'I.onl"I' (
though
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such bills, even absent
Senator Mallory was on account Bliwplntf. oar rmfirvutlnnii. for either the
had been already before the body an"' olte.> of Illness, but paired to vote) train,orally iitlwr Information, writ or ..
I in the pigeonholes Nays-Bate, Berry, Butler Chilton,
die
56 YEARS A CITIZEN or! foreordained to the proposition.
on
were
CommlUeea. Clark (Montana), Clay, Cockrell Cul- yea onE.. J. WAr.KKH, Kla.:!'.. Alltlol. t
THIS: STATE.A of Republican I berson Daniel, Harris Jones (ArKansas Cast No Such Vote. Nunlivllle, ClmltitnooKit A ",. Luis. Hy. )

1 The Delegation a Unit. I ) Jones (Nevada), Kenney, Mo- You say that I voter"mt aa : .' Hay "'. Jack.UII.ll l, flit.

J<.:nery, McLaurln Martin, Money Morgan amendment to grad -'anks
i t
Soldier Under General R. E. 1 1I I Ton say that I have not gotten an Pettus Rawlins, Stewart, Sullivan according to population and cite Congr..lon..1 | t
TalIaferro Teller Tlllman Tur- :
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: or point Vol. 33 2990
lee from First to Last Day. appropriation for any pace ley. Senator Mallory, being ill and Record page )) )| GRIPPEI
west of the St. Johns River. By your aa your Authority. Page.: 2990 has no
absent was paired to vote nay on the ( \ (
deals

reading of the record what have I flat reference to the subject but entirely
I that the proposition.You with proceedings of the House I
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ten east of that river say understand, or ought to, that follow. La Qrlpp
Carrie. four "Yankee" bullets the delegation is the work of of Representative. I do find howev
of
work : of
this vote against tabling the amendment never follow. the ese
bounded by nor er, In an entirely different place In )
is not
and
reminder of a unit to vote for tlu I
a
aa a gentle was equivalent offered !' I
lines or the Record that Senator: Nelson [
circumscribed In geographic voted ; ( ( : Honey
amendment. Would nave
that great bloody struggle. limits. I say that 1 assisted In get ? you I the following amendment to tn vU

ting every appropriation west of the differently Financial or Gold Standard bill : and Tar
r.138 of :
St. Johns River just as my colleague With the Democrat Always. "Section 10. That Section
appropriation the Revised Statute Is hereby amended
THE. FRIEND OF assisted in of getting that river.every It is true, 1 cite the Congressional Record In to read an follow; stop the Cough and heals the laugs. r' )
east
further proof of my position on the shall I,
association and
THE PEOPLE.HIS add that you are not dealing with "Bectlon:: 5138. No &* Pneumonia Consumption. ?
yon Financial Gold Standard bill.
done by the Florida or be organized with a less capital than JJ
what has been are not a candidate Vol. 33, page 1823: Senator Teller 100,000, except that banks with a capital O. TAOH.., of HI O..ood 81., Chicago f )

delegation-that the you delegation. But let of Colorado, offered the following of not less than $50,000 may with *I "Mr wife bad U crtpp and It l.ft b.* t, '

: against record of the delegation amendment to the pending bill: the approval of the Secretary of t' a very bad oon h on bee longs whirl
PCATFOBM. me tell you that the "The people of the United States In place ,'*IIo.' AWD TA* aarwl eoapUt.Ir." I''
and Inseparable. II Treasury, be organized; any
The farming and laboring ;! Is one of reasoning be sound are In favor of blraetallsm and deslr- the population of which doe not exceed 1 Rest Cross. l'hnrma<>.f'. 1 6I

your system QUA of an International agreementwith 6.000 Inhabitants, and except that 'i
men his tint consideration. I I then each of us has done nothing, and the great commercial nations of I
banks of not IBM than -
with capital
'I done nothing, then a I.
I if each of ua has world that will admit of the use.
the
GOOD FOR HONEST 1 that all of us bare $25.000) may. with the sanction of the WANT A.
AGES I how la It possible IF YOU ..
of Doth gold and silver at such an be organized '
of Treasury
Secretary the
I will! remind you _
?
WORK. done anything established ratio as will maintain the In the population o t
claimed any any place
gain that I have never parity between gold and silver coin;
which doe not exced 4.000 Inhabitant :
associated
not
LIBERAL: PENSIONS. Liberal results whatsoever colleagues and and the effort of the Government are *. No association shall be organized .Building Lot

School POLICY. The Pri- with cannot the work credit of my the whole delegation hereby pledged to endeavor to secure In a city the population of which .. ,
you such International agreement as
an with a capital
exceeds ,
mary. The Railroad Commis i with the accomplishment of any- 50,000 person
speedily possible. ,
sion. Hard Road Econom- without giving due credit to leas than $200,000 READY FOR OCCUl'A\CY,
thing The vote on this was (Congressional Till I Is the only thing I ran find or a lot with II BUILDING I .
his proportionatepart
ical Adminl tra on. Paymentof each member for Record. Vol. 33. page 1826) yeas a* bearing any relation to the subject LAND FOIL AN OUANOK GROVE, I

the State Debts. Begn'atlonof I thereof. has follows: Bate, Berry Butler Chan yon mention. Yon must therefore, PLANTATION or TRUCK OARDKN, RN "
No member of the> delegation Chilton, Clark ( ) Clay. 1'INBAPl'I.E
dler. Montana refer to this, and you are again entirely J
Criminal Corporations and ever complained that each and every Culberxon Daniel, Harris, Heltfle! I at fault and misrepresent me. We probably have for sale Just what you are seeking.( f t

Trut. other member has failed to do hi* partin Jones (Arkansas), Jones (Nevada t The object of the amendment was flocking In but still there i I. room. If you are !
Intere.t.of Settlers are
I any matter relating to the Kenney, McEnery McLaurin, Martin merely to i.-hange: the law no that Na- to' I!
the people of Florida, but on the Money, Morgan Pettus Rawlins, Stewart tional Bank with capital of $25.000) looking this way, drop a line I "

A MAN OF DEEDS. other hand we have all realized with Tallaferro. Teller Turley T> could be organized la places with a INGRAHAM Vice-l'r*.td nt.FLORIDA .
that we have work \ JAS. E.
great satisfaction Senator absent >-
man, Vest Mallory was population otM.OOO or I less where up
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i ed In full accord and harmony In on account of Illness- but oalrrd to that time no National lank was allowed EAST COAST R'T,

fOB PRl.fl.T G of all kinds done at I i obtaining delegation results.who have No labored member with of: tne me 1 to vote yea.Following. tbls Senator Pettua, 000. The with amendment a capital of was lens of than Interest$r>0/ ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

this office, at reasonable rate. Give here or rather with whom 1 have labored Alabama, offered this amendment;

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4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE \RCII 18. 1904.
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JAMBS. PKITCHABD President; WM. M. BROWN Vtoe
MEETING OF DEMOCRATIC : -Preeideat.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. W. S. BKANNINO, Asst. Cashier.
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', A WMKKT JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TBII DBTXI TITITSVILLK.-FtA., Mar. 13, 1003! v INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

OrMBMT Or THE INDIAN' RIVER, LAS the Pursuant Democratic to a Exexecutlve call: of the Committeeof Chairman, 'V A NERI YDAY CQJrLA.c

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I WORTH AHD BISOAVKB: BAT S BOTIO Brevarrt county met at the Court COUNTY DEPdSITORY.r .. .

house In 1'ltusvllle, on the above date : Authorized
capital
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PUBLISHED EVEBY FlilDAY. with the following members in attendance "" $1OOCOO

: B. U. Wilson, IT. A. Morgan W. II. f' r-\cv. Paid up capital $40,000

D& BLJl:8: H. WALTON! Editor St. Publisher. Sharpe, II. H. Williams, It. U. Ilaidee, DZ II" Average deposits, $160,000

K .B. Kaulereon. E, J. Traynor, C. Jf .INC
Discontinuance of a RANGE xNil' Au: il
at this office'or by writing. The minutes of the last meeting were Transacts a General Banking

rend and on motion the same were _
Obvclt,eto.,may be made payable to CHABLBSH
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< WALTON,publisher Adopted.The : Business.
roll was then called and members i
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(aIn writing to the ADVOOATK: for informa were present, excepting E. L. Brady andE. Largest and Oldest Bank on the River.
II. Arnold whoso held
proxies were
tloo Ov \ny kind,the writer will oblige by enclose
Ing;a Btampeil-iulUreiiwHl l envelope. by 1). I/ Oaulden which proxies wets Hay, Grain Flour, Meal Grits, Exchange bought; and sold! on all Foreign
read for the benefit of the Committee. v Countries.

BOSTON OFFIC1;;:-TUB KAST COAST. ADVO. Motion made by J<;. .!. Traynor that the 2aim43.: : Ooxxxoxa.:: : : : ;, 331;o., V r l --
OATH:him. opened an office' at fM Atlantic avenue, proxy of E. B Arnold to I). L. Oaulden r Patronage: appreciated. Prompt service polite

OB to n, which will ho lu ohurtfe of Mr. Claude bo rejected, us he does not reside In Mr. Weight and Quality Guaranteed a 1 treatment,and every banking favor consistent granted.CORREBPONDEJiTS with conservative .
O.Walton. Arnold's' election district Carried.On .
motion the called to --- t
was -
primary -'----- -
Phoenix National Bunk, N. Y.,
Address all communication to be held on May 10th, under the rules Empire State
TiUHt Company,N. Y.. National Bank of Jacksonville .
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, and regulations as fixed by the State -1883! -21st yeor- -1901- 4 V c. C.. JackHoiivllle, Fla.
TrrugviLLE. FLORIDA. '

i .- -. ... Committee.Motion by II. S. Williams that the 1 rriTii xx c. i rL .

U. B. Department of Agriculture Committee assess the office, Instead of The Geo H, Fernald Hardware Co.APTHIVE --- .-------------------.-------------- ---
the candidates, and apportion the same
Weather Ilureau-Jupiter, Fla. among; the candidates for each office;

The allowing IH a comparative statement seconded The following by C./F.amounts Olmstead were; carried.then assessed 1 :: iS U O 3? S8. MeMurray & Baker,

of temperature and rainfall for the for the different offices:-Prosecuting

+ 'week ending Tuesday Mar. 15, 1004.1904 Attorney, faO.Itate!)!); /: Senator,
-- -1003- $25.00: ; House of Representatives; 00; PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING. BUILDING SUPPLIES.; 4O1-414 Eaat!! Day Street, Jacksonville! Florida.

DATS. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. County Judge, $25.00 1; Sheriff, $75.00: ;
9 74 M( 80 71 Clerk Circuit Court, $0000; Assessors. -Makers and Jobbers of-

10 77 01 78 71 Office, $100; Collector's Office, $70.00;
11 83: 01 78 70 SANFOHD, FLORIDA.A .
County Superintendent Public Inst1'uo.tlon.
12 79 05; 78 70 f4Zj.(),,; Treasurer, $3300; ; Supervisor :: Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

13 80 02: 78 70 of Registration, $10.00; Fish and ,
l 14 85; 05 78 70 Game Warden, $21.00.: LION TAMER IN TROUBLE. Lotus. Rubber Tires.
15 70 tIl: 75 07 Saddlery,
Motion by E, .1. Traynor that the offices

Total rainfall for the week: T of Surveyor, County Commissioner, At Jacksonville, Monday, Drs. Love
Departure from normal" rainfall for the Member of the School Board, Constables and Meglnnla examined J. A. Pl'nlno, First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
E. R. Provost has large force of
week: minus .70 Inches. Departure and Justices of the Peace be not assessed the lion tamer and exhibitor of wild animals a men ... .
beans.Tomatoes -- -------- ------------- -- ----- -- ----- --
from normal rainfall since January 1, ; seconded by W. II. Sharpe; carried. of London, England, and adjudgedhim picking
minus 3.41 inches.. Moved and seconded that the foregoing insane. urrhlO--wbo performedin are looking only fairly well SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.Wood
h AL. I'. II ARUIIT, Observer. list of assessments for the different Titusvllle! with the Sparks shows! and mostly late. TILE .

oflices be adopted; can'led. won arrested at his show rent It seems
-- -- -- -- -- There will not be a half of beans
Mr. II. S. Williams\ left the meeting the unfortunate crop
Is from
man suffering a
TITCBVILLE, the county town of before adjournment and requested Mr. religious mania. lie claims to be a. men raised here this spring. % Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

Brevard, is in need of a good blacx- W. W. Sharpe to act for him, giving his tal healer. Perrino says that he has a S. A. Osteen has a very lame mule from ,

smith and carriage builder. Good proxy. wife, who also la a lion tamer, and Is stepping on a nail, last Friday.E. .p
Motion by E. J. Triiynor nun we nom now performing In California. Ills demeanor
opportunity for the right man. inate f'ou.nuiHHl'inoiiMembers la W. CApron and wife spent the day Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick
Couuty very quiet) and Inoffensive. Paving
with relatives .....
School at Geoiglana Tuesday. ,
-- --- of the IUI\II111nd KxucuUve Committee lie ass sent to the state Insane asylum ,
IF Judge Parker is "sawing wood" moo in their respective districts at Chiittiihoochei* and his lions

performing
W. Bisbee has shipped about half his Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville\ Florida. Telephone No. 262
'as Industriously as he Is saying seconded by Cuuritin ftbarpe, carried. dug:, etc., were placed in the orange crop, and has some flue
Motion by 1) 1. Oaulden proxy for care of Mr W H. McFurland of Tltunvlllp very
nothing, he Is accumulating a nice oranges. J. K. MUNNERLTN, General Manager.The .
E. Jj. Brady that the foregoing motion who was In Jacksonville at the .
little wood pile with which to warm l>postponed until the next regular; meet time Put 11 no adjudged Insxne.slnco C4pt. Rogero Is making dally runs _.
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up the St. Louis convention.Do li,g u( i Committee! to be held on.Apt I IUiiud i the above wan put In print, while the beans last, which Is quite an
Oldest EHtaMlalied Grain and Seed House In the State.
:.! when there will be a full cotnruitteu CliarliH t>parka, has aired l front Beaufort, accommodation to shippers.

that when present, seconded by C. F. Olrnstead and S. C., to ho effect .that the lions lire his ...
NOT forget you It. L. Brown. Lost. property, and. that he would scud his John A. Fisko has received a fine engine illilll
plant out fruit and shade trees you Motion by 1C. J. Traynor that the Inspectors agent to get. tbem. for his launch from DeMooy Bros., VTxc. A. amours:: ti 0 o.
are not only improving the appearance of Election to be held on May and he and T. (i. Ronald are busy, thli

of own but also loth, bo appointed, seconded by K. (1.Hardee week, putting It in.
your property,
Can led. Drnylng.Draying GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
adding to the of the
appearance Motion by E. J. Traynor that every ,
town In which you reside. Committee man from a district be heard Pneumonia "follows( a cold but never
or hauling of all I lade promptly
--. -.. from before an appointment Is made, attended to. Meets all trains. Stove follows the use of Foley's Honey and Tar. ;,-,, ,, Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers
THE shipping of oranges is now seconded by B. K. Wilson. Carried. wood for sale at all times It stops the cough, heals and strengthen PURINA
then the lungs and affords perfect security 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE!; FLA. .
The following Inspectors were appoint R. II. HOI/TEN. Titullvllle.ANNOUNCEMENTS. ; lIlT. 5OI. Ho. ,
and this Is followedby
!
nearly over, clod: from an attack of pneumonia. Refuse
the shipping of vegetables, and let Precinct, LaGrange, L. K. Myers, substitutes.\ Sold by Rod Cross Phar Agesor Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of f3. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.

then With little J. '1'. Foaster Richard Kocker W. W. macy. .
pineapples. a push ----------- --- ----------- -

and energy, our farmers and fruit Ballard Clerk. -------------------------- 3! fd+rE3 1 3 a rZ1iz 3 3t d'--( B(
2nd Precinct, Tltusvlllo, C. A. Stewart, -
growers can keep shipping some. J... A. Brady, G. F. Duren, E. II. Uice, FOR COUNTY BTTRVEYOR. VISIT The most peculiar and Interest.

thing north nearly all the year Clerk. I hereby announce myself an. a candidate for Ing sight In America.
round. 3rd, Precinct, City Point, B. F. Beal, re-tileotlon to the office of cnnntv surveyor for Seed Potatoes. ; 1 1SPAULDING'S
i
A_ J., D. Ilatter, John Chancoy, Geo. EChester Hrnvanl county, and mnpuctfnlly solicit the TIlE FLORIDA
votes and.U|>)mrt or all(lnii"cr"tll at the o..mlDg
TUB attention of our readers is Clerk. prhnii'leaon, May lutll. Yours t
4th Precinct, Rockledge, J P. Cooper, J. O.'ltiu EB.
called to the article found elsewhere Ostrich Farm Co.
Woolen John M. Sanders A C. I
J. F. ROSE, No.4. $3.25 Bbl.I
Other announcements 2, l
on
in this entitled"Talla. page
paper, Johnson, Clerk. .
BLISS TRIUMPH, $3.00 II
ferro Replies," in which Senator 6th Pi eel not, Eau Oallle.J. E. M. llodg-; I

taliaferro replies, quite ably we ton, Frank haw, Geo. Houston, J. '1'. Tax Statement JACKSONVILLE. HEBRON, $2.76 "
Snell, Clerk. Garden and Field Seeds.
think the
to recent "open letter"of (Hit Precinct, Melbourne, C. J. F.
the
Tax statement for months of Feb-
Governor Jennings.LET Campbell, L. A. Peek, C. 'J.'. McBride, ruary, 1003. For taxes assessed. and 3Qj. <\.lVEID3FLO3Xr.::: ,. Sood.SD1a.n.: : ,

Ueo. Brown, Clerk. levied for the year 1003, na per Section l I 14 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
everyone keep hustling to 7th Precinct, Malabar, G. W. Wash- 35; Chapter 4113, Laws of Florida.
burn, F. A. Drake, W. P. Arnold, E. B.
improve the appearance of their Arnold, Clerk. Cpl. In Feb.. Anti.be: Curd.yet tolt.03. 5 1:1 t -3 f S te ---:::-Mlgmiiliiea: --.-M !3a. -1E2...tnoor

streets and lots. Keep all kinds of 8th Precinct, Sabastlan, Paul Kroegel; Co. Rev.-Hen Fund.. .. .f 4I6O( 12,1181I,011

rubbish oil the streets and ,sidewalks S. A. Park, O. B. Hull, Oeo. Braddock, HchoolKund..,. .04(1 iw(;.IK BO) 12,2159.05itoa.landltrldgeFund. 1.lIIIl{ "'
: rand: W :IxxcaoTJcrVe : FraJ31cs.
and see that houses, Clerk. Fine and Forfeiture" Fund. 1.).30 2.1111.:1lIpeo. : :
your
Oth Precinct, Fort Pierce, A. B. Lowry, : Road Fund" UH. ]!IIo. t 1'I8t8 2,31tl.M
.,
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fences, etc., are neatly painted. W. P. Anders, J. A. Alderman, F. M. .. .. .'. s ,".3 II 1111.4:1 U.ltI:: 3,4118.311 3.441.111 > are making hundreds of frames every month for the leading contractors
There is nothing that helps the Tyler, Clerk. Tax chool OUt.No. 1. 1111.41 1.741 13 and we should make them for you. We do It cheaper and better.
looks of a town, and induces new. 10th 1'reolnct, Eden, W. K. Hardee, J. .. .. .. ,... .. i. 116.111 2,761,73 Our latest improvement Is .
u e u a 8. 111,11I\ 1,49..51
comers to settle in it more than T. Waters, Clerk. .. a ,. e o t. MlIt 1.81\6.1: BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLEYS.
1Kb Precinct, Ft. Drum, H. L.. Parker, 1'ollechool( Fund)........ 84.(5) IIIrJ.fII
neatly painted houses and fences, H. W. Knight, U.W. Drawdy,1:1.: A.Hull, -- -- and you should Insist on getting these In your frames.
neat and tidy streets and sidewalks, Clerk. 'iniM: 'fvt.l7fl.41ICt. When you have any building to do, write ,
A. A. srCwART.Clerk .
and fruit and shade trees on your mil Precinct, Narrows Felix Popped, Ct. Seal.] of Circuit Court. EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,

lots. C. J. Reams, Win. Keams, Thus. 1.. Juf- General office EAU GALLIE, FLA.

fern, Clerk Notice. -Yards at Titusville, Eau Gallie, Fort Tierce and West Palm lieoch-
proeperoue lath Precinct, Geurglano; P. II. Whit. .
OWING outlook ........
feld, Chas.. Provost, A. B. Carter, E. V. -
t of things in general at this end of ]Hall, Clerk.
TITUIVILLK, FLA., March I, 1l04.
lirevard county, there has been 14th Precinct, Merrltt, T. H.Sanders, Hodges & O'HaraJ
many northern parties around with J. L). Saris:: M. I 8. SIms, D. S. Nesbitt, In the lit al matter fur. of'the new voting petition district of H. Tantie H. Hancock It ,

the view of Clerk. la hereby ordered that the prayerof the petitioner ...Manufacturers and Dealers'in.'! ..
buying orange groves 15tli Precinct Canaveral, N. N. Pen be granted and that a new voting dlHtrlut be I Nearly gal Kiuantlo bird stttmllng 8 to to feet
and other property. Among those Frank Wilson Wilson, W. I I and the same l IK hereby mtahllHhttd with the hlttn, welichliiir, Wl to 4HO mmmln earn, tatrlcli Rough
ney Henry botmderleainwtts. iftnnlnn at the vtemernlmmdary nests, eKT| ,uatrwhee sitting and baby ostriches and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
who recently purchased orange E. Chandler, Clerk. line of Hrevard County, on the iiHt hatched.Uulilus .
10th Precinct, liaulover G. Nolle, M, them b"nd.y line of Township No HH "' escort visitors thrcunh the farm ex- Dressed
in Nor'j
groves this neighborhood; are Mr.' Grime\ W. Watlon, Clerk. of Range;M East. tlience run .:.u..n Bald plalnlnir all about the blrils, their neita,habits, Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates :Mouldings: Shingles, etc.

1J. F. Ives, of Philadelphia, who 17tU, Precinct, Pantie S. Hart, P. ship line to the Ka.Kaitern t,thence boundary South..fonfanl line of R Range plumage,etc. Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
(
purchased the J. B. Terry orange Kaulerson, Geo. Walker, Clerk. line thlrty-ceven to the South boundary line of Hravard any part of the State. Address: Hodges: O'llara, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.

grove; Mr. Golder, of Jacksonville, lt>th Precinct, Mlcoo, B. T. Smith, L. COllnty.. thonce Brevard Went County on said, to South the boundary Western ------------------------- -- ---

the Kinlg grove ; and others, whose Jorgensen, C, II. Price, I' Bertleseu, boundary: line of :al Clerk. thence North along the said Western boundary C>TIOE:
oarrect names ve have not received. to the place of beginning
Hravard
:20th! Precinct, Banyan, C. L. Stewart, line of County _
Townnhlim 38 .* 37 South of Itanire" *
For orange and vegetable growing, J. R. Ragan, K. B. Stewart, U. Casper, 35 Including.aa "ml 37 K*.t. The number of laid voting Brewing Asso's.Fatuous ,
the Turnbull: hammock, in this Clerk. district la No. 17 and thi voting place to be at To Packers and Growers of
Pineapples and
A. Chrlsten- or bear the Poet office at Tantle.Jotcf
neighborhood, is said to be one of 21st Precinct, White City, R. WALKBK, St. Louis Keg and Bot-
Hen, Henry Larson, C. K. Prince, Chas Tomatoes :
the finest bodies of land in the
tled
state Cleak. Chairman of Hoard of County Commlfuloners, Beer.
Bemingderfer,
-more especially so, as it needs; :2.2nd Precinct, Woodley, Ell Walker, Attest I (ctotneal) lirevard County, Florida Bold by Messrs.. F..A..Lesley andR. Before you purchase your Paper for

very little fertilizing;, II. '1'. Gilford, O. Roberts, M. b. Jones, A.Ak STKWABT By .Motlow,TltuevilleFta.ay .
Clerk Clerk Circuit Court. O. A.BTKWAHT,D. C. it will to write
wrapping for
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h Motion by E. J. Traynor that no Mr.R.L.Motlow,Cocoa,Fla. pay you us

THE situation is becoming com. election be held at Ankona, secondedby Notice. samples and prices. TVe can furnish
JOSEPH ZAPF
plicated respecting the democratic C. F. Olmstead. CarriedA you

presidential nomination. Motion by K. J* Trayuor that a
Tammany
be A. O. CR >O>f. COMPTROLLER: OF THE different grades and different colors.
committee of three appointed aa a Sole
through its leader, .1\Ir.l\Iur. I State of Florida,do certify that a Hanking! Agent.
working committee, the Chairman and Association under the name of the I9aniereSecurity
phy, insists on nam Ing Cleveland J"n. Florida and Money saved in buying is
as Secretary being two of the commltte, Bank locate. at en. to 620 West Bay Street .
.
the Ijtw of Florida, ha* compiled 1010 ,
the available oritanUed" under
candidate. It is SUS. the third to be appointed by the Chair. with the Banking Law of the State' of

pected that Mr. Murphy intends to man, was carried. The Chairman appoInted Florida before oommenclnn the bunion oflanklnir. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1"IONEY: i1IA.DC .
B. R. Wilson to serve on the and that by virtue of the authority
ultimately endorse William R. vested To the by Section 8174 of the K..vl"a
'' Hearst. Bryan oppo Parker and Committee. that It be left Statutes! of the State of Florida,the .4latlonI" Write us
Motion by It. G. Ilardee hereby autborlmed to commence a general
some think Bryan and Hearst will to the :Supervisor of Registration to appoint bAnkln.c. bu.',,_stoCk antler of IB.Ooa.OO.tile name above given; F. A. LOSLEY U1VC'7rED :P.A.PE:: c:
form a combination to control the district registration officers,seconded with a capital ?
of
band and qa1 oftlc this
Olren under my Southern
convention for Hearst. Senator by K. J. Traynor. Carried. 20th day of January,A.D. 1904 THE BREWERY SALOON. Office. Atlanta. Ga.
Motion by l>. I*. Gaulden (proxy for .A.. C. CROOM; ,
McCarren, of Brooklyn, and all the E. I.. Brady) that the Committee adjourn (!64(1( Comptroller. 610 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
democratic leaders of upper New subject to the call of the Chairman, feb Imported and Domestic ** +.....+..........+ ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER ItT

York Parker seconded by W. II. Sharpe. Carried. Notice to Creditors.
are advocating as a KAX7I.KB8OW E. Vesey Hall, :| you are, get one of Walton's Patent
K. B. ,
candidate. The situation has Wines
rowed down to Parker and Hearst nar- F. A. MOJJGAN, Chairman. PER80I'o"S' HOLDtNocr.I.UII'- AGAINST Liquors & Cigars Georgiana, Fla. :t Calking Tools; invaluable to boat-

for the Secretary. ALL,...tate..f William M. Merwln decmuwd. World Renowned Anhenser Busch : and owners of boats. Calks
that New York The
reason will are directed to prawns the same. to the on- :: Boat Builder.builders::

be permitted to name the candidate. John Wanamaker says: "I generally tlenlpned-tbtt: Count adml"tatratoc,. Judge a. 'l1tunUle.of his eotaID Florida.. Brewing Association's Famous i :. more rapidly than any other
the
It looks now like a struggle for the recognize an up-to-date mercbant by the care within of two yeah from the pnbUcation nt this Beers on draught. J|ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK.: calking tool in the -world. Price W.OO

slate delegates between these two local manner papers-the In which up-builders he advertises of his In village his nolloe;otherwise the earn.. .11I P. MERWIJf.be barred.D. East Coast friends be sure to call on me Write for Estimate 2" and $3.00 each, at ADVOCATE office,

, candidates. and town." Feb.II, 191M. (W) Administrator. when In Jacksonrille. ...................... TUuiTllle, Fla e


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EA.ST COAST ADVOCATE, MARCH 18, 1904. 1)) I ;.


GEOKO MARX. JOHN MARX. r.r.t:t .

HOW TO SAVE ICE. Eden.Mrs. Melbourne. '.' '

THE OLD RELIABLE ; ,
IV.I JBFi: <>S..

J. II. 1-eTournoau spent Friday :Subscriptions for the< AnvocATK,
visiting Tlbbal friends. the pink paper of the East Const will be M"' I :
received the Melbourne Postoftioe. WHOLESALE GROCERS rlj
Alfred Richards
arrived last Tuesday .tItj

night to visit!.: UU p.ueuts. RICHARD W. GOODE.-Renl E taff'. NoUrjIiiblto
and ('onvvtuiri Agent for jWtnA.
Mrs. John Richards went to Stunit t. Liverpool anil 1.0111Olobe, Hartford "nd l Fruit and Produce Jobbers.J
last wetK, to vini: her son, Harry Thon.i*. Providence Wiwhtiiitum Fire In""r"".,., Com..
son. },allle.. SiHjeiul. attention pAItI l to the lnt r
sits or non-renUlents.

Mesd-imes Waters and Scott were ---- Corner Bay and Julia!: Sts., JACKSONVILLE, F'A.
V 5i *- pleasant callers In this )place last Mon DR T.. A. K-l'IIV..I'UH AND BtruonoN.Kosltlonre .I
\ Mulbuiiriitt. At EHU iallla, every *

I I none m.iestion that appeals of economy forcibly on the to Ice every bill day.Pied Sacirer took a launch load lit afternoon. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. j

well as to hotels, restauinfita HOTM.: KF.LI.EVfE-Mnlbimrno. Florl<1I1. A
koeper, as young people to the fort Pieice la..tFriday. .... :
groceis druggists, and hop, henltby winter r.m>rt on high; |iine I" overlooking PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. \
butchers, : indian Illvwr. Itatas: .'J ","I upward.
Efac't to every merchant w ho consumes per tlav. Spuclal\ rar.... ",..r week" or nouiwit and Cow roan In ..
i Seed Potatoes, Seed! Peanuts Hraaon.
bIiMInOe. MesdamesJulIu" and Frank! Tyler web e Write for rat." to Mu.lain. K. M.: \ Caiupliull<< ,
icel Vumerous tests and careful expeilmenti pleasant callers at the ?Nelherby, last Manager! It. W. Campbell Proprietor\ "\ I.-Wo solicit consignments of Frults:>ud Vegeta bias ', <

of theHiVIN' /Sunday.: \,
in the
i .have resulted' discovery .._ . .
last - -- ----- I
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which when Placed Charllo Mend went to Fort Fierce -
ICE FAD Mr. !and Mrs. S. F. Webb and two
box the ice chamber of week for awhile. ROCki dge. "
or 'Il
I In vonr ice children went to :::>Stuart last /Saturday ,
refrigerator, will reduce the con- to viSIt relatives.The Com. P. (1. Hewitt Is upending a few
I your amptLOfl! ,,f your ice 13 to 33 1-3 pur cent. days at 1'alm Reach. l
little device the family of F. B. Richards have all '
Pad BO Ingenious Absolutely Puro Editor of :AivOOATIC-EvttryIoily: in' ,
The of which Is one of Its greatest been ill, but we are glad to say they are Mrs. .John Goode Is spending a fow I this, section likes >au>r, and -WQ
0iplicity your newsy | ::7- ;
commendations. All you do Is to place all about recoveicd. days at Roseland with Mrs.: Moore. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE are sorry that mi one III Rockledgo takes ; ,

lion the bottom of your Ice chamber A. D. Mnrwlnand a party of friends Hotel Bellevue gave a number of card sutllcleut interest to nond a few Items

,Ith the lee resting upon It., and It will spent Sundij nt I ho Inlet, going down parties lately for its guests and some of weekly from this natural beauty slut|; on

to tlio rest. Write for booklet. In Fred Sat.gei't, l.nuicli. our town people. Indian }River for It fully rv >M nil the

|>. a. WALTON, AGENT.TltuHvllle Eau Gallie. pralno It gets Please publish the following d'
Tandy left fur The Misses Mattle May and Sadie
Florida. Bryson on Tuesday few Items, sent by A VIKITOU. f
Sewanee, Tenn., ti> resume his studies at Hoke arc enjoying: a visit in Kurt Fierce
--- the :Sewauee: Gramniur t4chio'I.. with relatives and friends.Mr. The inuesqueratlebali at the New Rock- / ,
D. BRUNER n.'R mtA881C; Pcmm.KK; : M. ),-Tfll.>irrai!.hiiillvu ledge hotel wits. one of the grandest and ._.__
MRS. IDA Mrs. C. A. KobinKon'tt mother, Mrs. and Mrs. Furn&s, of Indianapolis, npuit' all uliflit.; Kau: Uulllo, Florida. i of the
General Manager; for the World Johnson, ha improved very much since Intl., arrived Saturday and we snugly located -- most delightful events Huntton. LOOK TO YOUR EYES.If "

Famous"Buhn her arrival here, two weeks ago. in the Brown House. Archdeacon Brown, of Tllusvllle, was Judge It. IL. Lalinboer, of Brooklyn, suffering from any eye defects or wea '.. :

Mrs Saumlers' North Eden Mr. and Mrs. Carter and Mr. and Mrs. the guest of Mrs. C. L. 'laylor suml.iy. bas chartered a launch and gone on a sight; call no my new well-appointed optl 1"I I I
place was
cruise to Palm Beach and l other places. cal Institute.. Special, complete louse .
of :1'i.i.
and
visited by lire, List! Fiid.iy Tli" telephone Sayer of Plttsburg; arrived Tuesday
has his launch outfit In connection.
John A. Fjake on Hodg grinding
soon summoned hlp and the lire are guests of Hotel Bellevue. Kockledge Is now looking moro buautl 'I d
For all ills of Women.All son's ways this week Installing a now and\ with tho trees 1>1\. E. II. ARMSTRONG t I ,
In few minutes. fill than ever orange
was extinguished a ;
IvtterA nf Inquiry cheerfully answered. very Mr. and Mrs. llnbbard, of Fargo, :N. engine.Mr. laden with fruit and! blossom this ilhltJl1 11 Laura St. Jacksonville\ Fla. ;

Local office at Park Cottage Tandy Bryson Misses Keynoldn, Arnold I)., friends of Mrs. E. P. Branch are and !II ra. Green guests of Mr. and Is certainly well worth a visit. .
Bryson, M.ibla Sohujler and RobaLeTourneau among the late arrivals at Hotel Uellevue. 1 t..
West Palm Beach Fla." Mrs. 1'addlson left for St. Augustine on
charmIng Thin has been a banner stMiMon, for ourorange
were guests at a very
The will five ft so- I
King's Daughters Tuesday last. Indianola.
I Snathvero last and among those who ,
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cial Friday evening. Everyone between 7UUO) niid\ $,()UO
Monday evening. come help the cause and spend a pleas Right Rev. Bishop W. ( rueiie Gray was have shipped -- \ !
Stuart. the guest of \lr. II.ndl\J,". J. K.:': M. Hodg boxes are H. S. Williams Jos.'Paxton
el bourne,
The stars are so bright and beautiful ant evening. Mrs. Arthur Buck of 31
:Sunday I lust. Garvey A Sons.
these. nights that some of us! spend: all MeHsrs. McLean and O'Connor two son on : came up to visit her parents and attend .

our time star gazing, and for tear our jolly guests( at Hotel Ifellovue, from The steamer Spartan brought another Our three up-to-date )h.tl'IM-liorN the ploulo. ,
Harry Pyer is courting down at Miami friends are not doing likewise we call Pittsburg, are having delightful times largo lot of lumber for the K. O. L. it: H.: Indian River, the Plila.i and New Rockledgu with .;
Mr. lewis and Dr.l'uyno, Phillip,
(bis week.C. them up over the phone and ask them to fishing, hunting and yachting.Dr. Co., yards at this point. -have done.a phenomenal tourist Schuyler as guide, went duck shootingon t [

W. Corbott has just finished an She 18 atop to the south windows and look out. Du Hose left on Tuesday for bite Mr. and MI'II.-J. K. M. Hodgson have biiMlnoHH fiihly well thN tilled. winter with ,guvsts.Mutineer and they. aiu still Monday, and got 18 tine duck ,
| font launch for Jerome Twichell. !\Ieeda.mesIllIer! and Richards and homo in Sewanco, Tenn. We miss the been over wn the West Count this week and Mrs. of Plttsburg i

II a little beauty. Misses Miller and Jessie Miller went to Doctor and his charming( family when leaving Eau Gallie Monday: hint.lilshop S. II. Peck of Hotel Plaza, stopped over fur Wright a COl1f'\o\ of d'va. last, I,

Miss Eula West left Monday: for her Fort Pierce last Friday afternoon, te- they leave and closo their home. Gray held confirmation service goes around with a morty smile on his wlek. to attend! und successful
home In Chicago stopping of en route at turning Saturday morning.\ They took countenance, for this Is the bent season I..'
Dr. Voach anti family pleasant In bt. John's church on Sundiiy: eve picnic.Kvvrybtidy.
Fort Pierce for a few days.R. In the dance given by the "Band" at the gave admittedto he has hail In many yuuis. I In consequence \
afternoon tea to number of friends In last. Kour lie* members were I'luzlwill \ In )
probably Interest
the
Fort Pierce hotel, and report it as baying : of this, who takes any *:
M. Sparwott:! has sold his plantation been a successful affair. honor of the Misses DuUoso who left for communion at the survive. The sermon be enlarged; this. coming summer. the Indian' Itiver country should subset j .
to Mr Ball. We are pleased to have Mr. very their home In bowauee, Teun., last week. by tho.Illnliop was very impressive.Mrs. )hands Ibu for tho pink piipur; and do not 4 m '

Ball locate on this valuable property.Will last Bishop Friday VVm.and Crane conducted Grey was services with us at, Mrs. A. ,J. Kettering and Mrs. V. 1(. C. 'V. McNuhb entertained the E. of Reid latu; I'IIt"l111'but there"would been changing be a g eat many fti gut to road<1. bargains. ..'

Dyer left, Monday, In his launch St. Pauls In the morning. The music Clodt of Chicago who have born pleasant G. L. club, on Wodnusdaay last. A full more |>U>ct>s of property sold If the A. 8. Humphry hail one orange tree t I :,

the Doe, with a number of hands, boundfor was unusually fine; the choir from All guests at Hotel Belluvuo have goneto ( attendance was tile feature und n most owners would advertlso In tho AnvoCATK from which H boxes of oranges were j '.'

his pineapple field on Lake Worth. Saints lending their aid to Mis. F. M. Ormond stay awhile and may) return successful evening's entertainment en whom rose-tinted hue li. IU'OI1It IIh I 1'1)\.1. This number has only been I

John Saylor has his two-story dwelling Hudson the talented organist of the I here Liter. joyed. Mrs. MoXabb Is one of our most every pluro tip and down the Kant: < 'oast. excoodod by one, John Fields having

nearly finished, and It Is quite an improvement church. The Bishop spent the afternoon Mrs. Spangler and daughter/ Miss Emma popular hostess.Mr. Comu to Rockledgo If you want a winter! gathered 11)) \boxes of orange from one .,

to the southern part of the calling on friends, who are always so glad! :Spangler, of Moicbantsvllru, N. J., John )McConnell of Philadelphia, home. seedling 01 ungo (lee In his. hammock ,.I

town. to meet him.Charles nnd Mrs. Van Winkle and daughter of who was emitting down the coast In thesloop On Saturday there will be a regatta grove. I '

Twichell Is bee these Edason who Is sojourning at New York, are still among the guests of \ Matllu H, with Capt. NymniontU, at Rockledge and a huge number of Tho Indlnnola picnic, held last Friday :
Jerome busy as a
and attending the Netherby has a splendid Victor the Carleton cottage. I has loft for his.homo. Capt. :hymmonds launches have, entered for the races. the llth, on John \Fields' grounds. was a I

days to Improvements, entertaining on guests his place Dalphlne Gramophone with which be entertains Com. F. C Hewitt of Osweiro\ N. Y. will remain till the. end of the season There will he hits of sport during the great success Tho dIY being a fine one, I t ti

Grove.! his friends and neighbors. lIe has over and Miss M. M. Bryant, of Philadelphia The McMillan Hall wa the scene of day, which will close with a grand) pyrotechnic i many were preNimt. The ball In the I (
one hundred selections, embracing every donated a neat sun for the ,Kont for Holy entertainments display and a ball at the New evening was a lullllant" nlTalr and passed
E. L. Squire and F. Geddeys are out on variety of music, and ill III a rare treat to Trinity Episcopal church, for which one of the most successful last Kockledgu//; hotel, kindly given by tho oil finely. That both the picnic and ." ,

shunting and fishing trip at lake Oke- us, who are not able to go away every our people are thankful. when Miss of the Lucia season. 1'erry on Friday of Itraztl: eve Ind., genial: nnd popular manager, Mr. If. R. d.inoe was a success U owing to tho un
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chobee, following the leadership of old to hear all the latest music at the 1 Shares. tiring otTorta of the different committeeswho
year of N. Y. entertaIned her friends. The hall was
Ironsides. (}. K. Kyckman, Brocton had It In charge. Especial mention
tb eatres. paid Melbourne friends a visit during his artistically decorated with vines. palms Kx-Gov. Watkins, of New Jersey; F.J. should be made of Club-house, under

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hancock Mr. and The largest ostrich ever seen appears stay at Melbourne Heacb, where be owns Spanish mOll and \l'lorldlfrultll., and tbe Hinimons of Detroit Mich.; R. L.Grlflith the efficient management of J. O.

lira. Fred Gall her and Albert Oaligher every night on and near the grounds of much prcperty. lIe Intends to make ceiling and entrances festooned with Providence, It. I.; .1. V. li Homers and his assistants.A ..I .,
pent the day Wednesday at Gllberts the Netherby. It is Impossible to capture some improvements on his lands soon. Japanese lanterns, most of the lady Prince, Brooklyn, N. Y., anti others have
Bar fishing. it, for It disappears very suddenly gursts were robed In very becoming Klmunaft created much surprise over the big fish party of fourteen from this placespent
and when one tries to approach it. There Mr.-and Mis. J. W. McCaity of Candor and the gentlemen In evening catches' they have been dally bringing In ; thu duy at Melbourne Beach last
Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr.
A. Andrews Is no of deciding the ownership of N. Y. are guests/ of the SuedekerHouse. :: costume. A dainty supper was served to the New Rockledge//; hotel, where some Wednesday going down In Captain C.
Mrs Fred Gall her and Albert Galipher way
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the bird but It Is one of the hotel These charming people spent a about I 11 p. in. when this hall was cleared say Mr. Irllllth Is the bust fisherman, B. hander: line launch The day was
strange
went la the boating charms Tuesday of evening cieek. and took attractions and we hope) it has come to winter in Melbourne a few with years ago: for dancing. which was kept up till *nearly and other give the palm to !Mr. 81mmuns. thoroughly "j..yed by l 1\11. thanks to !
Bessey we are glad to have them us now. hour on Saturday morning.I Admiral Glllls and wife for i their kind- f

Pineapple crates and fertilizers are arriving stay. Mills Gulnnof SumittN.J.Is the guestof Among the beautiful homes and ness. Admiral Glllls has erected a tent \

at the rate of several car load Mr. and Mrs. W.p1'. Wells.! This. U many In Kockledge are those In front of their house and In It has !

dally The growers are taking the grass: A Great Sensation.! not ber tint visit to Melbourne as she DANGERS OFPN'EUMONIA coldat ownnd orange by groves Jos.' Pax ton, JC. M. Brernte, G.H. placed a table and seats for the accommodation t

,covering from the fields that are covered There was a big sensation In Leesvllle spent a part of the winter at the Wells this time If neglected liable to cause Harden I IJ. 1'. Merwln, L. F. Pettee of anyone who may. wish to

In that manner.Mr. Ind._ when W. H. .Brown. of that place 111 mansion some years ago./ W. are pleased pneumonia whloh Is so often fatal& and H. U. Hhar, s. A. U. Baldwin! M. F. eat their dinner In comfort and It wall t
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and Mrs. Edward Halliday and Mr. wno was expected to am, nau His IllSsaved to see ber here again. even when the patient has recovered the Dwyer John A. irwin, C. W. Ulake"leetI" a kindness appreciated, alter a boat ride
by Dr. King's New Discovery for lungs are weakened making them peculiarly >>>. of 24 miles. i II
and Mrs. A. L Andrews left, Thursday, ) )K Taylor Mr. L. B. Chalfleld J. I __ I I
for their homes In Cairo III. and Cincinnati Consumption. He writes: "I endured Insufferable Raw or Inflamed lungs yield quicklyto susceptible to the development VanDemun George ]I;. Heabilng I... W.Battenfleld '
agonies from asthma, but your of consumption.. )Koley's Honey and Tar II, A HKVKKE: COLD FOR THREE!!: t
O. All of the party expect to be the wonderful curative nod healing; A. I.. and C}. N. Hatch
with us for the winter season of 1004 and New Discovery gave Immediate relief qualities of Foley's Honey and Tar. it will I'op the cough heal and strengthenthe ti. William, J. M. I'nlne, M. 0. Salmon MONTHS. The following letter from A. 1
1005. and soon thereafter effected a complete prevents pneumonia and consumption lungs: and prevent pneumonia. Hold and a host of others whose names we J. Nusbaum, of Batesvllle) Ind., tells It. 1 ,

cure." Similar: cures of consumption from a Lard cold settled on the lungs. by Rod Cross Pharmacy.Melbourne have forgotten. own story "I suffered for three month
Albert Gallgher of Cairo 111., arrived pneumonia, bronchitis and grip are nu Red Cross Pharmacy. with a severe ould. A druggist prescribed -
Monday evening. Mr. Gallgher has been merous. It's the peerless remedy for all for me, 7et 1 did not Improve. I then .
doing Miami and Palm Beach but says throat and lung troubles. Price 50c, Beach. Uric Acid mid Gravel tried Foley Honey and Tar and eight

tout Stuart is good enough for him, for and $1.00 Guaranteed by Red Cross Fort Pierce. Are caused by the kidneys being unable dose. cured me." Refuse substitutes.
Stuart has them left out of sight when Pharmacy. Trial bottles free. from the !Hold: by Red Cross Pharmacy.Georgiana..
'filter the Impurities t
to properly
It comes to natural advantages.We A large party of Eau Oallleltes visited ,
Miss Rattle Milton Jones Is getting; up blood. Irving' Buchu Wafer are the \
notice our brother at Waveland the Old Maids Convention for the benefit the Beach, Hunday. '
White City.Mr. remedy for this condition; they
only sure
bag
filed a kick because Stuart's correspondent of the band. Capt. Sanders, of Indlnnola, with a a ,
U reporting Improvements on of jolly people. spent Wednesday cleanse the kidneys from all worn out -
the I R. E. Mlms Jr. our new blacksmith, party young Mrs. Windsor who has been boarding
lower river. We are sorry that the the Bench. material build up the shrunken wall of
on
and Mrs. Dutton were callers on In shape to do a Baldwin's few weeks returned Ito
good brother lives away down at the Is getting everything the formation of st Mr. a ,
add 1
point, and would advice him to come to Mr. Gustafsen on Sunday afternoon.Mr. good business.. Mr. and Mrs.! John W.? TrueHdale. of tilt Urlo kidneys Acid. Hold prevent at Plots a box by Red Cocoa.

Stuart and see some Improvements and Gustafsen has been laid up withan Bishop Gray assisted by Archdeacon Syracuse, N. Y., are pleasant addition CIOHS Pharmacy. Mrs. Handy was visiting Mrs. Bower :

hustling people. attack of rheumatism the past week. Brown, will CODIltcrateSt./ Andrew's ; to tills Myrtle cottage family. Monday and.I culled on Mrs.. Hughes lathe ..

The to Hobe church next Sit nday. I Mr. and Mrs Whiting entertained. their ufteinoon. .
following party went Mr. and Mrs. Neystrom who were residents -
Sound, Monday In the launch Egypt!, of this olace some years ago,have Miss Cassie Davis has secured a position cousins, J. J. White wife and week.niece ofRockhe.Jge South Rockledgo. J. W. Brunnr Is shipping/ R. 1). Burch- :,

and( visited the wreck of the Martha T. returned to reside once more. in the store of Mr. P. p. Cobb as a few days this fleroranges; amlltralefrult. this week, I i

Thomas: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ualllday. saleslady in the dry goods department.The Geo. F. I'addiiton! and family, of Kau Fine fruit and In Unit-clous condition. I
of this was I 1
place, Malabaron
Mr. Miss Alma Fransen I took to
trip
and Mrs. Fred Gallgber, Mr. and Challis took a run down to the beach, J. E. Battler a
Mrs. J. C. Hancock Stanley Hitching the guest of Mrs. Carlton on the Fort Leap Year Ball, for the benefit of the first of the week In his due launch. Wednesday.Ir. Quite a number of our leopleatteodeJ
a most enjoyable day< was spent by all, Pierce road several days last week. the Fort Pierce Band, was not as well at- of West Hoboken, N. the "01<1 Healers' Picnic," at I Indianola ,
tended as had been expected but owing; and Mrs Dow who M. Hocht, Friday They report a most enjoyableaffair
looking over the wreck surf bathing Everybody should read the newsy and Mrs. Hedgewlck are Y. U visiting Geo. !Hates.II. II I
gathering sea shells, etc. ADVOCATE which Is one of the to Lent a good many wete kept away. spending the winter at Melbourne wete r
popular best advertising mediums along the East But all said, the band boys gave.* very calling on their friends, Mr. and 101 rll. H. Williams, Harry and Joe Paxton Mrs. Mary Gould and daughter from I
nice ball. and M. C. hulinon are shipping or- f
Coast. Townsend on Wednesday. Pennsylvania arrived, last week and .
Jensen.Edgar Clifford Walker, who Is a iplandld elocutionist ang*. their uncle and aunt, Capt.
and Mrs. James Brltt, who spent Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Baker, who are are visiting
the Mr.winter here three years and has gave his entertainment down the of so- spending the winter at Jtocklmlge II. V Hwlnson, of Chauncey Oa., I Its T. (}. Carter and'I wife. I
hits and brought bouse
since that time ciety brought a pleasant party to the Beach topping with his brother J. I. Hwloson and
Carolina her charming
North White
In
Frlppe of White City was visit- been with his after dinner speeches on (Saturday Mrs. Mary
Norman In their launch, on Tuesday dining atMyrtle at the Wynn place. the 'I
'leg Jensen last /Sundry. has. returned.. Ills brother evening. Unfortunately, the entertainment I daughter Miss Smile/ spent day "
'
nas also returned.We could Dot be advertised very cottage. Mr. Moses who I I. visiting his old Saturday with Mesdames hughes and

.Tomatoes are moving In great quantities to learn that Mr. Sorenson much and the audience was not very Admiral Glllls took a number of friend Kdmund: hay, caught a UHUb. Bruner. They are stopping with their 1.f

from the southern country.Or who dislocated regret his ankle about four large. A grand treat was missed by Beachltes and Melbournltes to Hock bans on Haturclay. uncle 1,'. W. Lymnn. .' "

E. Austin manager: of White City, weeks ago has been obliged to go to the many ledge| In the tbe Dawn, on Friday. It II. W. Matthews received a telegram Herbert Lee., of Kansas City left, 4IA' .

"M seen on the streets, this week. hospital where he expect to have his The community was shocked last weekat was a perfect day and eveiyone had "A announcing the death of isis mother ac Wednesday, for his home after spending J1 'I '

Homer Conkling, of Jensen went to foot amputated. lie has the sympathy the sad drowning of I'aulJannlng last perfectly lovely time." Niles. Mich. Hhe was M) year old. a_ pleasant___winter here with u his father-In -,

l'ahn Beach for several days' outing. of many friends. Wednesnay. He left Tuesday night togo We were all glad to welcome O. !Ryck Wearies of "Syracuse. N. Y., law, F. W. Lyman. air. bee owns a .2
1\lrs. J. ,
fishing and It appears that he started of N. Y. to the Beach, on fine orange grove near Bonaventure.
The School was In session man Brocton of Oneida N. I
dry weather Is cutting the bean While Sunday :: morning and roust and Mrs. T. II. Jurdrn ,
horse whichwas homeVednes.lay Monday. Mr. Kyckman owns extensive friend Mr*. J. E. and. Lang who left hereabout I
crop 8hort. last Sunday Mr. Dutton's Y. visiting\ their Mr. Mrs.
We are wishing for rain. 1 acbeol-bouse, became have capsized In a squall. His parentsdid vineyards and a large' winery at Brocton are month for their summer home In t
tied the a ago
The pineapple' Itrowers. met In the town near In some way and threw him- not think much of It till Thursday, and Is largely Interested la real estate at Bettler. Ocean (;rove, N. J., write that they I,

hall, Saturday afternoon, to transact ImPortant entangled luck would have It, the and Friday morning number of Melbourne Beach. Dr. James McKee\ wife and daughter have hardly dared to put their heads out ,'
but
self
; as launches with ar lions hunters,for him. been stopping/ with
have
business. horse was not hurt, and only broke a started out to where the boat was pickedup. I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Towosend, of Wends Mrs. K., who E. Nutting/ for the past month the door it nee thelrreturu. The wellther there. 11

Prof. Baker gave two nights of do1ightt0j small strap of the harness. It being ery calm It was not long I Wankegan III. are among the late arrivals left for Daytona Monday. ha. been so cold and disagreeable did not
English entertainments In the before the unfortunate fellow was found at Myrtle} cottage. Mrs. Townsend They are grieving that they stay I I'I

town hall, Friday and Monday night Itobbed the Grave.A on the bottom of the river, not very far who ha. been one of the "shut B. L. Johnson's wife mother and sinter In "Summer Land" at least two months I II
)Irs. from where the boat was picked np. lie ins" this winter I I. basking In the warm left for their home In Philadelphia, longer.-A hint to those remaining.
Trahern has added to the Improvements startling Incident, Is narrated by burled In the cemetery Friday after sunshine and already begin to feel the I ra., on Saturday, and Mr. J. will leave I '
of Jensen by putting In a follows: was beneficial Cure." hume In Va.,'Mn about a DlakeM' a Clean Sweep. .
nice' line of ladle hats and dressmaking. John Oliver of Philadelphia, as noon. The bereaved family have our effects of the "Ozone for his new ( /
skin The unfortunate week. like doing a thing
"I was In an awful condition. My heartfelt sympathy. There's nothing / l
The pineapple' crop look as though it sunken, tongue young man had just attained his 18th Well Again. Rockledge has entertained more tourist thoroughly. Of all the salves you ever
will be quite a little shorter than last was almost yellow, eyes and birthday the day he left home. this season than for Mvera1esrs. heard of, Bucklen's Arnica Halve Is tbe f' -
back
eason. We hope to realize fine prices. coated, pain continually In weaker day The many friend of John Blount will and the cry Is, "Still\ they come." With best. It sweeps away and cures burns ,

Capt. R. D. Baker took the palatial sides no appetite growing had me A Thoughtful Man. be pleased to learn that he has. entirely such fine hotel as we have, no one who sores, bruises, cuts, boils, ulcers skin I

hODlieboat, the Everglades out on II test by day. Three physicians advised to nse given Electric M. M. Austin of Winchester Ind., recovered from bis attack of rheumatism visit the East: Coast should fall to see eruptions and pile*. It's only gte, and t

trip. Saturday evening. and found her la np. Then I was the first bottle knew what to do In the hour of need. Chamberlain's Pain Balm cared him after Rockledge and her beautiful orange and guaranteed to give satisfaction by Red 1

has shape for runnln& Bitters; to my great Joy I continued Ills wife bad such an unusual case of the best doctors In the town (Msnon, grapefruit grovea.Foley' Cross Pharmacy Tllusvllle.3JT" ,
made a decided improvement.weeks and am stomach and liver trouble, physician Ind.) had failed to give relief. The

La their use for three robbed could not help her. He thought of and prompt relief from pain which this liniment makes the kidneys We cannot /guarantee to publish a
I know they
grippe coughs yield quickly to the DOW a well man. rlcUm" No: one tried Dr. King's New: Life Pills and she affords Is alone worth many times kidney Cure Contains nothing Injurious. : Items that do not reach this office before
'onderfol curative qualities of Fole,'. the grave of another relief at once and was OnaJly cored. Its cost. For' sale by all druggists and and bladder right. Thursdays. I
them. Only 50c, guar- got Red Cross Pharmacy. noon on
fall
to Sold
flo5y should try by
and elM medicine
Tar. There Is nothing Only 23c, at Red Cross Pharmacy. dealers.

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6 EAST COAST ADVOCATE MARCH 18. 1904.

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thy of such recognition, and that, too NEW YORK.:
by this Congress."

Small Potatoesresult This letter was dated January. 2:
x 1902 or at the time the bill was pending '

from a lack ofPotash in the condition referred to. ,. Hotel Marlborough;
When the majority thus voted down ? ep

the proposition to allow the Depart ..

ment of Labor to remain an independent : r 'Me,tr Broadway, 30th and 37th Streets, NEW YORK.

Department of 'the Government q 400 Room 200 bath room Lighted entirely with electric lights '
(
the bill was amended by adding to its + 91R ducted on American and European plans, and is managed under the r),]
person
in the soil. Potash title and words "and labor,' and adding eFjj supervision of the owner.

pro. to the body of the bill those words ck0S0, E. S. CROWELI, Manager;
'' duces size and quality. wherever the words "the Department q( VF -----
of Commerce" appeared. There was
W. have not a dissenting vote '1..+ "' ,
nor single objection -
Broadway and 41
vat uable I Hotel Street,
to this amendment, and labor Yendome
books which .
.xpl.ln ..-.' was thus given as much dignity an. NEW YORK CITY.
morf Ztlllxlng Importance as possible !in the new De-
fully tbs value for. :;::::.J, ,. partment of the Government. It wi FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toll
\ be seen, therefore, that Instead f"O rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms fl.fiO\ ; large rooms *2; and wlti
of Potash.
Wt will'' voting against the Interests of labor, private bath 2.50 per day and upwards. The management Is under the p I
end them as you say I did, I voted In accordance sonal supervision of the owner. FRAN GRUEN, Manager; {

with labor's _._ _
free to clearly expressed wishes -------------- -- ---- -
any r ------
farmer who e and endeavored, as well to carry

them.writes for ... );jj:.; Into party.effect the policy of the Democratic F<>B. S..A.LE.

GERMAN KALI WORKS
New Y.rk-'S *)...*.. atnwt,or Let the People Judge.
S. Leulh Ma.--1th Bad Olive KU.Accented .
Hotel with Seven Cottages and ic
I have gone at length into
some
r these matters In order that the pea .. Tri-'Veeldy Sailings. Acres of Land.

Free and ple of Florida may judge as to wheth
er or not I have been true and loyalto BETWEEN JAGKSONYILLE and NEW YORK.

A\ Masons., tire principles of the great 'Democratic .
\
party in which they have v. at Charleston, S. C., both ways) I *..
interest I have '
stated repeater ( r
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Indian j No. 00Tltiisville ord.that I stand In their before Intelligence them upon, in my their rec- The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe s lI u4Ii

sound judgment in their sense of JiiB'', '
River Clyde. New England and Southern Lines.
tlce I have an abiding faith. I leave Direct Service Between
Lodge. Florida.: them.to judge as between you and me.
1 have accorded fair Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
Hold lu meat,i UK* thsscnndand fourth Frl treatment tr you ,
sty of infill month a"their room, ImlUn lllvor and to all my opponents and while y.y >fi e r,4.rs j
Hotel Titus'Illo, at 7130 o'clock I'1\. (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 'V't"Yltt! < <
Inviting the closest
'1'. II. Mntidorn" Wo..hlltul.\llUtter. possible scrutiny SEMIWEEKLY: SAILINGS i
V,A. Morgan Senior Wanton, Into my record, I ask nl least that that lonthbound...................... .. .. ..,.... .,. ....... ... .......... ..f.omLewl. Wharf, Boston 1' *r. ,
AI H.Hiunn.liuilor Warden. record be not misquoted that Northbound.................. ... ........ ... .,.......from foot o( Catherine. Street, Jacksonville 4/ "
my \ \ V.
J. M. Dixon, 1'rBatttirer.J. -_ ,. TCT
K. Walker, Hocretary. votes be not misstated and that the .i, 4 '' I Iy41

J..ft.M.: Hlurk.Taylor Chaplal Henlor, ,Dnaoon.n.V. record, all in all from the beginningof Clyde St.> Johns River Line. A\i\ Www

R. Fl:.Mlum, Junior IXMOOII.O. my service In the Senate to the
t H. Walton,H nlnr Steward. present day be fairly read. (Dellary Line.)
A.A. Htuwart.! .Imilor Hteward. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD
1*. Wltulort.Tyler.Jr. My dutlpa here render It Impossible
.\[. Wooten, Jlarnlnil.TALIAFERRO. ble Stopping at Palutka, A't,r, St. (*r noln, Ilaranforil (DeLanil),and intermediate land- fe iiWiSI.
now for me to name dates and Inijm on tint St.John's Ktver.
-- .-.- -- --- -- place for the j G ;pi
discussion! of political STEAMER "CITY 01 JACKSONVIL.L.IVI

REPLIES. questions. I hope however, to be in appointed to tall ai follow t Leave J..ckflnnv\lle.. 14un.I.YII, Tui .ilay. and Thursday, 3130: p. m.
Florida In'a few days and you will Kotiirnlnifi leave Bunloril., Mondays, Wsdousduye an.11I'.hlltYI. 11:111: a. m. tl

(continued from page I 3!.) find me ready and willing and pre Soot .Bean SCHEDUI.K. North-Hound
pared to defend record He.t "ow,.. Uead up.!:....
lacked the wherever my when. 1.eave, 33111'| m. ....................?.?.JdrkHonvllIo. ..... ....".... .... .. .. trr 2(Ml a.-m. Located at SARNX, three quatcra ot a mile south of EAU OALLIK:. KI.ORIJ
viz right for Ita secretary ever, however, and u. Leave 8 40 1'. 1n. ..................,..,.,...,1'ulatka.......... ................. Leave 8 CO p. m.
to have a place In the President's whomsoever assailed. Leave 3 110.a. m. ........ ......... .. .... ABtur8t ............ ......... ... Wave a 30 p. in. DA! on the Eau Oallle River leas than half a mile from the Indian River and tWI<{
Cabinet In order that the Leave 4 30 a. lu. ........... .......... frauds.! ............. ........ ... IeaveIxave lOOp. m and half miles from
counsel of Resppftfully( yours Leave ........ ... ...Hereulorcl (UoLand) :.... .. .......,...... 12 M! i.oon. a the Ocean. The property is two hundred miles south 08
Labor might be heard upon all great JAB P. TALIAFERRO. Arrive 8 30 a. m.. ........... .... .... .... .. BitnfordEnnrprlHU.. .. .r .......... ...... Leave o ao a. in. Jacksonville' on the Florida East Coast Railway, with the Railroad Station adjoining -|
questions o' law, equity and economics Arrive. 10:00 a. a,. ......... .,........,.... _......,.. ..,..............' Leave 10 (00 a. in.
In the property Buildings elected in IS'.HJ, and some of them have nave
which labor has vital Interests. California 1'rimo Wafers. Gen'l! Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 2O4 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville.r. been occupied, the original owner having died a few months after their completion)

See What Mr. Gompers The great tonlo cathartic, an )Invaluable M. I mONMOXOKR: Jil.,Aunt. Gen Pans.At. 204 Welt Hay St.. Jacksonville, Fla. The hotel was opened for about two months prior to the owner's death, and
Says. W. G.COOPER,Jr., Local Jacksonville. U P. I.IIVEJ.L, Superintendent Jacksonville.
Atet.
cure for malaria biliousness, con Itaot Hotran Ht. Jacksonville. Fla. hall not been used since. All the buildings/ were erected in the most substantial!
Honorable Samuel Gompers, presi stipation, nervousness, catarrh of the A.O. HAOKRTV Gent East'n, Pa .. AtIt.; New ;fork CL.YOK M1I.NB Gen. Frt. At.( ,New York. manner and are now in excellent condition. The hotel and cottages are complet
stomach bud breath TIIKO.: O. KOKIt: General Manager. 'Vl\(. H CLYUE A: co.; General Agent.
oily skin sleoplesgIUBB
dent of the American Federation ot wind lliesebrougb; liulldinK. ID Suite St.,Opposite flattery lark, New York. Iy furnished, and very little of the furniture has ever been used. There are two]
and all\ liver stomach and
dent Labor, writing to Senator Frye, pres bowel trouble, KM( ) wafers 25; cents, Red O. II. 14'rON.IArcnt.( Titusvillo! Fla. artesian wells, twenty cisterns connected with sewer etc.
pro ternpore of the Senate
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date of January 20. 190!! !. and referring under Cross Pharmacy, Titusvillo -------- ----- The property cost the original l owner .IotOOO: ) and' will be sold at'a sacrifice j

to the then status of the.bill, tilt The above cut fairly represents the property.
this protest; 6'oottvear N..Jty.The For particulars apply to or address,
Intent fi) CIty In full dress Atlantic Coast Line
"The creation of the Department of footwonr R'y. EZRA F. HATCH, D. L. GAULDEN, WM. A. WAR OCK,
Commerce, with Iw u tined' l of diamonds carriedacross
the provision for the the Instep of Caretaker on premises, Attorney for Owner. Agent for Owner,
subordination of the Department evening slippers.
c Eau Onllle. Ploiida.' Titusvllle. Fla. Jamaica X Y|

Labor will minimize the importanceof The Great Through Car; Line from Florida. ___ _.__.__ __ .___ __ __ __ ._ ___ u____
Labor's
Interests
and minimize the Opuac

present Department of Labor. Again. cures 1\ old In 21 hours. Coughs; bronchitis TOJT1II3 13 A T. FOLEnIiOI'aY'AMffAB FOIFTSBSENElfCOHEl
such a proceedure In the
name 01American *
catarili grippe, neuralgia and Over its own rails to Savannah:! Cliarleston, Richmond and Washington, thence .. > ..
Labor. I enter by most sob headache ttlier with f.rctsUdrea3.at..u,.. No .,.Wof.. "> "r"?- ,h O -11".tctll"! oRIht

emn protest .. it Is, therefore, of tov,the system. all 1'heyI.otly peverUhcoiidiilouM via the, WnnKvlvnnla: Knllroad. _.___ ____ __ ._____ ______ .___ __ ____.. ___ -_. __ --

urgently requested, that In the event open the bowels without griping, sot on TO Til: WKST.The .
that the Honorable Senate:: should the. liver, tone up the system and cause Louisville\ tt Nashville, via WontRomtry.: The Mobile & Ohio R. 1C. Lee & Bryant
deem it wlat to enact l Senate: Dill colds, fevers and hoadoche to disappear
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'6G9, that the Department of Labor like innglo.: They do not cause ringing: ; TO TUB EAST VIA STEAMSHIP.Vl .

Oka now constituted. may be eliminated lu the heud. Price 2Bcts Red Crossharmacy. Savannah nnd Ocean Steamship Company fur New York, riitladeldhia, Bos ASHEVILLE, N. C.
from its provisions." ton. Via: Norfolk Steamer to New Yolk, Washington: and Baltimore Via Sa

Thus labcr, having protested vannah and Merchants' and Mlneitt' Transportlalon Company for Batt- G-on.ornJ. OommistsiollZ: J.v.Jorohnn.ts.:

Through Honorable Samuel! Gompers,' more aud Philadelphia.
president of the American Federation I WE SOLICIT SHIPMENTS OPcfc -
TO KKY WKST AND HAVANA
ot Labor, and through Honorable H. Jf. RUTSThe :FRUITS: = :: ""V.E .A.EJ.ES.: :
K. Fuller, representative of the Broth. Via 1'enlnsular A" Occidental Steamship Company. ] G-ET: : ::

erhood of Locomotive Engineers, the -WE MAKE PROMPT RETURNS.
Jacksonville for all Points
brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen- Connection Made at
the Order of Railway Conductors, the REFERKXCKS: ::' : Batttry Park Bank, Ashevllle, N. C.; Bank of Ilendersonville, Hondersunvtlle -
Brotherhood of Hallway Trainmen and walking sick, whata >KAOI5 TICKI7TS. N. C ; Dunn and BradHlrret Commercial Agencies

the Order of Railroad Telegraphers crowd of them there are: Interchangeable mileage ticket. Rood: over 13,000 miles of among the principal __u___.________________. _______ ___ __
> railroads\ In the southern states, are on sale by the principal agenta.

tor the, and Interests through of others labor against who stood al- Persons who are thin and For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, MASON M. CLARE

:lowing the words referred to to remain weak but not sick enoughto FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Commercial Ant. W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Age. ,
In the bill thereby subordinating lab: West Bay St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
labor to the jurisdiction of the Department go to bed."Chronic II. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager.: W. J. CRAIG Gen'l. Pass. Agent.- 110 Murray Street add 166 West Street, NEW YORK.
WILMINGTON, N. C. .
of Commerce, Senator Pet
axis on January 28 1902, (Cnngresflnital cases" that's
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Hecord, Vol. 35 page lOoOj lov what the doctors call them, Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant
to strike from the BODY of the
SE.A..Jt3<>.A.Er.D:
which
NOT ITS TITLE the words "Dep. in common English
-inent of Labor and." SPECIALTIES :
You will readily see, therefore that means-long sickness. AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .

! tb/e representatives of labor did not To stop the continuedloss Florida Pineapples, Oranges, Grapefruit,
wish the Department of Labor carrx1ln.to

the Department of Commerce, of flesh they needScott's -
and
Extra Beans Vegetables.
and it must be quite as plain to you Emulsion. For the Early
that, the words "Department of Latbor SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, OAMOKN: SOUTIIKRN PINES, RICHMOND,
and" had been eliminated tWin feeling of weakness they
the body of the bill, as contemplate/ WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELrillA, NEW YORK
P. Rulili.aa.tt & Co.
by the amendment of Senator Fettus need Scott's Emulsion.It .

the wishes of the representatives o. Two Trains ,
makes flesh and Elegant Daily
new
labor would have been met and the 261 Washington St. >1 NEW YORK.

Hureau of Labor allowed to remain in gives new life to the weak Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. 03 Murray Street. J X. Y. .
An independent state.
The yea vote recorded on Senator system. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

.PiUtua'' amendment was as follows Scott's Emulsion ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. Oranges Pineapples
(Congressional Record, Vol. 35, page gets ,
1051-the same you cite) : thin and weak out

Bacon, Hate, llerry }BlaCkburn: persons For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any AgentSeaboard ,
Clark (Montana), Cockrell Dubols of the rut. It makes new, ,or write and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
Gibson Harris Hawley, Heltfeld.
s Jones (Arkansas), McLaurin ( rich blood, strengthens the A. o. MA.CDONKLL, AII.t. Gen r. s. ARU is. c. BOYS ETON, Pa a. Agt. represent several of the largest shippers in your State, and wish to represent

slept\ ). Mallory, Morgan, Pettus
liaa, Tallaferro. Tlllman. MltlSls'l nerves and gives. appetitefor JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 :years.

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;oll as misrepresented- me. Scott's Emulsion can be Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company. -

taken as long as sickness
i More Evidence Still. -l.oltetl mate Fast Mal Routes For- M. Lane & Son
h and do
lasts all the
good KEY WEST CUBA AND TUB: WEST INDIES VIA PORT TAMPA AND MIAMI FLA. ,

If you need any further evidence as Fropoeedsalingelnett.ctlwcmohor :M,11XB. delta changa and Individual postponement
to the wishes of labor on this subject, without
230 WASHINGTON
time.There's ; STREET NEW YORK.
yon: can turn to Congressional; Record. MIAMI-HAVANA (DIRECT LINK
new strengthand
Vol. 35 page 1001. where you will tv Miami. ...Thnnilavi.. Sunday*,..9:on am Lv-Havana. ...Frldave, Monday.4-10
llntl tbweffom Mr. Fuller's the following letter In: full. I quote flesh< in every dose. Havana..Fridays WEST HXK-Monday*....T.-OOam ArMiamiSeturdtyeTun.htye.4alepnMIAMIKEY Southern Fruit and Produce

"1 but L"J\U..IIII..TII.., Thur, Stt..e iO a m Lv Key We.t....Wed,Frl,Sun .....&:00 a mAr
earnestly respectfully protest We will be glad Key Wee.. ..Tueu, Thur. Hat. .,10.00: p tu At Miami......W., Frl, 8nn.......-OOpmPaMenitera
behalf of these :
em organizations: ; to send a few holding round trip ticket can occupy staterooms aboard while abip remains at
you oxc.I.O..i.ssioJl.: Merck ts.
against that part of the pending bii'lS. Key Weal.ronr : : .
<1>>. 569)! which proposes to place the doses free. TAMPA-KEY '' WANA r.INtt-:

Department of Labor under tho Department lie >ur. that thta ptctur In i r..port Tampa..'!"nn,Tne.,Thim ?',11aipm: Lv R..n'.Tn...Tho...,But...li.OO n'n FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
of Commerce. it Is the the form of a .Ulxl i. an thwrapper Ar Key We t....Mon, Wed Fit ....5:11.: p m Ar Key Went. Tne. Thur,Hat.... 8..K p m
of bout of K"yWe.t..Mon.W..l., Fri .... 830pm L.Key Weet-.Tium,Thu..I\a. ...IDJOpm:
hope of the laboring people .of this. kmuUkm you every buy. At Lv Havana.Tue.,Th...., Sat p' e.ouaiu: Ar run Tainpa.'V,,,, Fri, Bun..... SUM put Stencils Cards and our quotations furnished oo application.
cdnntry that an Independent Department
& BOWNE. )11Al1'NAIUU:! L1r..Mlaml..1Ion. .
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Ved. Frl LvNUUu..Tn.e.Thnn.Sat..3nnpm:
as its official head mlbe creat !- Chemists, At NaMau.-.Tuee, Thur*. Hat. ?.. e S'pni:aopm: Ar Mlantt....W.d, Fri. Sun......,.ie aO:) a m FOLEYSnONEY TAR fOLmIlONEYANnTAR

ed.<< This element of our oirzenehip, 409,Pearl St., N. V. For rate),descriptive booklet'ir other Information call on rallma-I ticket agent,or add ee. top.tbe__b aDd
f' car i !rising as It does the gr. al major- SOc and $1 u all druggist CHARLES L. MYERS,Manacvr,Jacksonville,rut beat.IGD. Osres Cold| Prevents Poeumoala
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Rates $2.50 per day and up. a )
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I WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Day and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE I '

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American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open.
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)I street oars pass the door Rates, $2.00: to $2.50 per day. ;,1' t HARRY L BEEMAN Owner and Manager. ;: i '


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'. American and Eurpean. Every department modern. ,
c.. Centre of Pineapple Bolt
Near all car lines. Rates, $2 to $2.50) per day. '+ .,
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European plan 75cts, $1 and :: C'II': r7!> OO h Y p :
up one pnison.
Choice locution the bank of the HI '
(11 e. ; iI goen on Indian( Tor. Near the ocean. Large
C. B, SMITH, Proprietor. 'PO ; o 1, ir did. grounds with troploiil follnge. Kxoollent fishing and hunting Terms, $:3 !
. -- m : ... o a v' to $2,51): () per day Mpoclal' weekly rates:
+ .'' a C b a Tpo UIIAU M. COSS, Proprietor. ,

New Cor. Main and Adams Streets, o c.. grn >.po 41 p v nIR 1 - _. -- __ ______ ___ __ -- ___ I
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new centrally located elegant: Biilres with private baths.
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Kites: American $2: to |:.t; European, rooms ":"ct and upwards. "" 11 Special Rates to Commercial Travelers. R- !!. i ;:
____ 1{. KIXLEK!= Prop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel. en :;' S i .' c ..-.. (Incorporated)
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231 West Bay St. 5" po 0 ,.' 1' 'f'' 'G... =::s Adjoining groninln of Hotel JCoyul Polncliina/ Palm Bench, on the north. j
The e Everett Hotel Car direct 1 from depot, ,;:- : ; 0
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. $' 1: a, WftI -f fisa" r
on :' '''" .. Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.
Centrally located. Thoroughly Repaired and Renovated.
, 4.mtjl": Flrst-Class Chef, Cuisine and Service ; ;
-EUROPEAN PLAN- O EiI ..- D ; i i iS
e Large, F&e Rooms, $1.00 and $100 per day. Special Rates by week. 5(=> ..e: .. y. '- :E>>rlva"tc: :171n1iz: : : :pcLrhrs .

H. MASON, Proprietor. .f'" ( 11 -- .a CD: if ,; 1 1G fen !-* .. __ _ !

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. CI iI V.. L is --I MAGNOLIA SPRINGS.
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Under new management. Newly furnl ied and renovated. A pleasant M A b r; /Ie/5. l '..--........ Magnolia Springs g Hotel, MAGNOLIA(St.: Johns RPKINOS Klver.)) FLA.

family home. Rates: American Plan, $2.00:. and $2.50; European, 50cts :: e.eP y.. 'o_ e: i., $. VDr ::11 I
and up. All cars form Union Station atop at the door. w ", e 28 miles lonfli of Jaclciionvllle by Atlantic Connt Line R'y., anti river steam
II. W HANCOCK, Proprietor. u ,. ,:; a em. Open llreplnce In all room Steam Moat. Elevator. Electric Lights. ,.
: I'ure ipilug water.. Pry climate. No IIloII.ultoea.Vell.kopt, Golf course.
The beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Ureen Cove Springs, i is. under the W I .. jItOJIti.EIGI Tannin. Fishing, tlhnotl I(. Two .,,1 m 1/1 lOll 'pool and ballm. $l.no per (lay.perlal I
same management. $ weekly mtes. O. I), HKAVKV!: Owner and Manager. I.
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POSTOFFICB and PLAZA .' Z INDIAN RIVER. 1:: .001 loc3.so 37M/X. JtlVKIC.
Mo.t .. fine well 0V TUB OLD SUWANEE f
central location In the clt, 8t lctljr fireproof. Klity room* -- Z
furnlihed. Room oul,.. Open November to June. Aililrei em above. i I : OKKAX': OUANOK!: (} VJo--r1:: : Finest mlnernl spring In the world. O rent out health resort In the t

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OKAIOND IJEACIf. -------- - JNO. 8. IJOWEN\ White Spring I Fla.
handsome modern hotel locitted the banks. of the famous. Indian :
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River, in the midst of an HO) acre bearing. uranjgn( prove Steam:\ heat In J 1
< every room, suites\ with bath; tittered r.ilnunier' ; locution conceded by I'A. 'It
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The < everyone the bent In Hockle Inn AT ORMOND BEACH, FLORIDA. 1 grounds. Oranges free to the gu".t.. Llberalrnm1&jf'ment and rates. i.i j vl
Accommodations for 2(10!() *
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Open December to May. Car line from Orraond Station, to Hotel Summer Resort-THE NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. Petoskey, Mich. The Mawr Hotel UKYN MAWR,
New .5.00: day $11.+.0> per week. -l.....iliuic resort..( the ;
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Located on Ridgewood Avenue-the most beautiful avenue !In the South. ROCKLEDGE INDIAN RIVER. '. t

Private Baths Electrlo Lighted. Northern help throughout the house. 'Until April 1st., The Breakers, Palm Beach, Fla., ./F _
Proprietor. ,
Orchestra. E. D. LANOWORTaY .
--- After April 1st., Vryn Mawr, I'enn. I
Orchestra, Casino, Bowling Alleys, Etc.

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i ..*................................................. EASTERN STAR, BANQUET.On w. .. BRANNIN-. ... A. MORGAN..
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i THE BALTIMORE FIREI! i Tuesday evening, at the Chapterroom MORGAN &: BRANNING,

JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS: Insurance: Titusville, a large number of members FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS

41 West Buy Street, ;+: To Our Fire Patrons. of the above Order gathered: together .
t JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. / to attend to their usual routine Tltusvllle. Fla.Representing .
We have received Information from the Insurance work, as well as to Initiate three lady
stock In this section of ,
Largest country 'Companies represented by us that] they lost but. members into the mysteries of the Order. : /NSURq

Established In 1808. 1 lightly In the great Baltimore flre. Some of our com- After the usual business of the Chapter The Liverpool & London & Globe CC
Send for descriptive catalogue. had been attended to Mrs. J. M.
ANCE
panics did no business In the State of Maryland\ and )) i Dixon, Miss Lena Mendel and Miss Car- Insurance Co. S

those business In that lost but much The Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
doing state lightly- rie Mendel, candidates for Initiation into itt
less than in the Jacksonville flre-which will make no .. Friendship Chapter No. 11, Order of The .Etna Insurance Co. : $IA 11 1

.BARGAINSIN perceptible effect on their surplus. Eastern Star, were brought forward i and, The Continental Fire Insurance Co.
.. having passed through the trying ordeals,
I SCHUYLER & WILSON. were declared members, hearty congratulations ; The Home Insurance Co., of N. Y.

B3r""Those: carrying policies with us, need feel no uneasiness being showered upon them. The Phenix Fire Insurance Co.
as we Insure only In time tried and fire tested companies ,
All the lady officers of the Chapterwere The Fireman's Fund Insurance Co.:

;+: in their elegant robes of office, The Pennsylvania Insurance Co. "WHAT CAN'T BE CURED
which with the beautiful flowers scat-
GASOLINE MARINE ENGINES .......*..........*..........................**..... tered ,around the Chapter-room cave The Georgia Home Insurance Co. MAY BE ENDURED."

everything a cheerful The Rochester-German Insur. Co. It you're Insured, for then the wip
-- very appearance.
Norwich Union Fire Ins. Society ing out of your house, shop of factory
Abont 10:30 p. m., all were invited to
TO BE MARRIED. CHURCH NOTICES. partake of a banquet prepared by the Northern Assurance Co., of Eng. by flre means only a temporary Incon-

We are offering special prices for the lady members of the Chapter, to which Home Life Insurance Co.: of N. Y. vcnlence-your loss Is made good and
Miss Mabel Cummer of Jacksonville, There will be preaching In the Methodist ample justice was done. The tables were Oermanla Life Insurance Co. you can start afresh with the money
next 30 days on- will leave that city the early part of church, In Tltusvllle, next Sunday, decorated with beautiful roses and other Union Casualty & Surety Co. any of our staunch and sterling Insur-

KNOT April for Daytona, to visit Mrs. Delos A. 7:30:: p. m. All are Invited to be present. flowers; ferns, palms, etc., which added Fidelity & Deposit Co., of Maryland] ante companies will pay you prompt-
Blodgetf, and act as bridesmaid for Miss much to the festive scene. The bouquet "Surety Bonds." ly on proof of loss.Branning .
DEMOOl and Rev. F. Pasco, D. D., Presiding Elderof
Adele Schaefer, at her marriage ''on the terminated about 10:45 p. m., all present
the East Coast district, will preach In Read our list of companys and we & Morgan
GRANT-FERRIS 6th of April toMr. Edward Bucky Jones, the Methodist church in Cocoa next having enjoyed a pleasant social evening.: ,
of Grand Rapids. Among those present were: Dr. and are sure there will be no policies Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Sunday, March 20th at 11 a. m., and 7:30:
a.r:1n.O: : En.g:1n.os.:: : : Miss Bohafer-Trower formerly residedIn p. m. All are Invested to attend. Mrs. B. R. Wilson Mrs. M. A. Scrim- Issued only by our firm. TITUSVILLE, FLA.J. .
South Jacksonville, but for some geour, Mr. and. Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins,
g years has been with her' father and Rev. E. O. Bartlett, D..D., of Rhode Mrs. Geo. W. Scoble !Mrs. J. Kline, Mr.

1 We carry a large stock and can make mother, Mr. and Mrs.\ Harold E. Trower, Island, will hold divine service In the and Mrs. J. L. Carruthers Dr. and Mrs. K. W .LKER. H. B. MACE.
who Are at Tllpoll, Italywhere Mr. chapel Rockledge; at 11 a. m and In the J. M. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs C. T. Ballou, I f r
prompt deliveries. Write for prices. Trower holds the responsible position of i Presbyterian church, Titusville, at 7:30p. : Mrs. S. B. Rathbun, Misses Catherine

Drltlsh consul. m. Subject: "The Bulwarks of the Sams Aleph Mime\ Lena Mendel, Carrie J. R WALKER & CO. t
/ Mice> Adele and her sister Miss Bertha, Nation-Churches, and School Houses." 1\lendel,-Katelltt..vart.: Zandle Stewart, I ,
Also- came over to the United States a few I Dr. Bartlett ban been engaged to supply Lily Geiger, Jeannette Wilson Rose
VAPORIZERS months ago, to visit their uncle and these churches for March and April. Blglow ;Messrs. C. H. Walton B. F. Ives, -DEALERS IN- .
,
aunt. Mr. and Mis. Blodgett, of Grand Bishop Gray's visitations of the chur jr., G. L. Mandavllle Wm. Messer.

SPARK PLUGS, Rapid, Mich., and Daytona, Fla. ches under Archdeacon B. F. Brown, Dry Goods,

DY AMO.S, They also have an uncle and aunt at will be as follows: March, Oth Stuart; BIRTHDAY PARTY.In .
:Mr. and Mrs. 8. 11. Peck),
Rockledge (
10th, All Saints Jensen; llth, St. Paul's,
MAGNETOS; and also at COCOA (Mr. and Mrs. E. P. } Eden-Tlbbals; 18th, Melbourne, a. m., Furniture, '

AT COST Porohel). Eau Gallle, p. m.; 20ih Consecration of honor of the sixteenth anniversaryof
The ApVOOATE tenders congratulations St. Andrew's church Ft. Pierce, a.. m., her birthday Miss Jeannette Wilson Shoes -
In advance to the bride;to-be. St. Mark's church Cocoa, 7:10::! p. in. ; entertained a few of her immediate etc.

25th; Sf. Gabriel's, Titusville, 11 a. m. friends, Wednesday evening, at the home
The Florida Motor CO. and 7:30:: p. m.NORTH. of her parents la North THusvllle. '
WORD There was no particular feature of AGENTS FOR- a'
ONE CENT A .
amusement for tile evening; but It was
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. VS. SOUTH. .
passed away pleasantly by gamed; guessIng / CONTINENTTAILORING :
I, Advertisements In this column will be contests, music, etc. The guessing ,
---- Inserted at. the iiulform rate of One Considering the beautiful weather we contests, which were, "A Penney for
z=L. L. J.\I.rOTLC'VV'' Cent a Woid. No advertisement, however have been having; on Indian River of late Your Thought," and "GeographicalContest CO.

7I small, loss than 20 cents, ('allin It is very hard for us realize that coldweather ," proved to be the muse amusing
advance each imtrrtutn. Ciders for discontinuance still prevails In the north. Tbe feature as it gave: encl participant a TilE BEST CLOTHES.
must be made In writing. Dunkirk (N. Y.) Herald says: "Early chance to 'show ott' his. or her know-- .l

Hend check money, order or stamps to this morning n slight rain came, freezingas ledge In Geography: and also presented
EAST COAST ADVOCATE:,Titusville,Fla. It dropped, thereby converting; the the opportunity to put their wits to 1'
sidewalks into) glassy surfaces. Both work to discover. the mysteries oft the John R Walker & Co.

s CHOICE PIECES OF' REAL ESTATEfor man and beast had difficulty in walking; one cent piece. In the "Geographic!
sale by E. A. Waddell, real estate Tuesday." Contest," several tied, for first. prize and TITUSVILLE.

dealer, Miami, Fla. A telegram from Chicago on Monday on drawing for it Master liuf us Robbing -- -- ---.
._ A snowstorm descended on Chicago declared the winner. Messis. Eugene -
: was
------ gays the fall tied for +.+.+..*...+.+....NN..+...N.....+..+....+....+...
and and A. M.
tonight by midulght Berge Rogers
.
BOY WANTED to learn the Printing:
*
Business. Must be a fair scholar and was so heavy an to Interfere seriously -tun prize In"A Penney for Your Morgan & Br-nolng, Proprietors. E. R. Blak woodr Reglatered Druggist. J:J Ji

sharp.-Apply at this office. with street car traffic. A storm is ragIng Thought" contest;on drawing Mr. Berge : :
all over central Illinois and portionsof was winner. Mr. Harry Drake secured
I Iowa, a depth of ten inches having the booby prize In each Instance. 2
SINGLE Comb White Leghorns, bred been reported from some points. The guests were then invited to the
forjeggs; ; vigor; and beauty. Eggs: 91.60 dining room, where delicious cream, !
... for 1O; $:.70 for 30. A. '1'. Hogarth, cake, etc., was served In abundance. i RED PHARMACY

.Mdstt'r Stuart, Fla. J.IH LAND PURCHASE. They then returned to the parlor ,

Fine Liquors Wines, Beers I I 4l where music was enjoyed until 11
BOAT FOR SALE at a bargain; Ittft.( TITUSVJIXE, FLORIDA.A .
"broke all
the
o'clock when
party up,
Ales Stout Eto. Mr. W. C. Rawllnson, of Eldred, was !
cabin Cat Boat, newly fitted fur cruis
voting It to be a enjoyable evening.
I very
for the of
"Send me your orders I ing. Owner leaving Box U., Merritt, in town SO acres Tuesday of pineapple, land purpose, belongingto buying Miss Wilson ieeeived several very pret- Complete Stock oft -

TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. Fla. 4.1 the estate of the late Col. A. A. De- ty and useful. presents.PROSPERITY t PURE DRUGS Al D DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES

gtauw; of Jamaica, N. Y. This land ad 1i
STORE TO LET-In the ADVOCATE joins Mr. Rawlinaon's land on the west, ON EAST COAST fo': Prescriptions Filled With the
;J. L. MOB LEY, Building;, Tltusvllle, Fla., suitable and he said nobody knew Jt. was for sale Utmost Care and I'romptltude.TSJ.
for any kind of business.-Apply to until they saw It In the ADVOCATE; and t i
WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
TITUSVILLE, FLA. C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office. then the owner Rot; so ninny applicants Hotel men state that the tourist season
Contraots for all kinds of Painting/ Kal- I for It, that he paid a big; price to get; the has seen Its best, and that from now Choice Line of Cigars; Stationery, :School: Supplies, Peifumer.v, Brushes, .
somlning, Staining: finishing and PaperHanging land for himself. Mr. Kawlinson says ItslU'ely on the trend of travel will be northward Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candies, and all other articles kept :
at the most reasonable price PERSONAL middle aged man i pays to advertise In the Anvo- until Apill 4th, when the season officially by up-to-date drug stores. .
consistent with.. good; workmanship wishes tooorrespond with home lovIng CATK-and so do other people. closes, says the Miami Metiopolia. s- We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders. .
lady. Object, Matrimony. Address "It has been a good: Benson-by far the ....................................................

All Work on the East CoastIs II. Stanwood, Vlntondale, Pa. best the East Count has ever enjoyed," .. _.
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COMMITTEE MEETING.To said one proprietor, "and, while there
Especially Solicited.Let BEAUTIFUL WINTER HOME: for has not !been the number of notables here TTUSVILaL .
Sale, completely furnished and three the Members of Senatorial Committeeof as in the past seasons, the bulk of thosewe
mt know what yon want and get; my acres of lund. Water front; grove have entertained have been substantial -
estimate on It. Prompt attention the 13th Senatorial: District : FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORSES,
poultry plant, boa'', garden. Baigalns.; and remained longer than the richer
given to all work. Box U., Merrltt, Fin ,'.1 It will be necessary for the committee clashes, who flight quickly from one
to meet and you are hereby notified! that place to another-here today there to ...STABLES.: .. M BUGGIES,
a meeting will\ be held at Cocoa Fla., on
) William Hindlc OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL- :Monday the 21 Inat. Please be present morrow., Manyentire and families have have been BAGGAGE i, SURREYS,
ton's Rapid Calking Tools now In use here this el\ll.m. they enjoyed
by boat owners In the United States. in-person or by pioxy.G. themselves as only pleasure-seekers can, of
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET mON Price 4.)0) and $8.00 each, at the ADVOCATE JONKM JK S. HAUDBIC Chaiiman.!:, and I have yet to rind one who has other TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS
M. S. ,
than words for Miami Its climate
office Fla. good; ,
1VOICKEIt.f Titusville Secretary. and conditions. They are going; to do n A ULIN G, ETC. ..all kinds..

f Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. Florida and the East Coast a world of
: WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS
,
CANAVERAL CLUB. good In advertising, for they will talk J W. OSBAN & SON,
when the best Self-Lock-
GALVANIZED J RON STORAGE you can buy about It, and, even If they don't return TITUSVILT.E.Baok of Geo. M. Rob bins' office.FLORIDA..
lug Tackle Blocks at nearly the same
TANKS MADE TO ORDER. price. Now In use in the United Canaveral Club, at Chester Shoals, themselves next season" will Induce others ,
take the
to trip.
State Army and Navy Departments. all of whose members are wealthy Bostonlans -

Your Patronage Is Solicited. Examine them atPiltchard & Sons, or closed for the season yesterday, E. L. ::se :c &:, :seo., 1
i the ADVOCATE office Tltusvllle. when Supt. J. G. Best, Engineer!: O. C. JOHN THOMPSON COMING.
COCOA, FLA. Bourne and the remainder of the help -DEALERS IN-

YOUNG CHICKS I-100)( or more, lOots returned to Titusville. Ducks have ofBrevard The following Is from the Post, Houston GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
each, ten days old, safely shipped four been very plentiful in this section ,
Stanley Kitching weeks after ordered. Now la the timeto county all the winter, and the Texan: "The opera home was well We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS
hatch for next winter layers when members of Canaveral Club and their tilled last night with an appreciative au- We deal exclusively in the above line of goods; and solicit the trade of all con um.
dience witness the layouts
Dealer In- to comedian
egg; are high. Brooders made to order guests; have had excellent sport. John Thompson, In his original vaudeville ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.E. .
-
FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY CIGARS, for southern climate. Recipe for entertainment 'Around the Worldin L. BRADY & TITUSVILLE FLA.

Sore-heed. 'J.5cts.; Eggs; for hatchingnow LOST A LEG.Tuesday's bO Minutes' !Mr. Thompson Is a .. ..
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China -
Tobacco Pipes, Candles Fancy ready, $1 for ]::1. Blair's Egg great; favorite heie and I I.. always sure of -- -

and Temperance Dilnks. Farm, Merritt, Fla. a hearty welcome. Tu those who never :
St. Record : COLDSMCI'I'EDealer :
Augustine says BET. E.
The following brands of cigars deliveredat
him before he Is
saw a genuine surprise.
!Hover: In Sorensen, of White City, who ,
t_ 25 per box of r>0:
For Sale at Georginna Florida. was brought to the Railroad Hospitalwith Mr. Thompson Is a type of comedian
1
Humboldt, Key West Smokers, Promos, a badly fractured leg, was subjected who stands In a class by himself. He Is I .- l

Cremo Cubanas I'ohalokl.: 15 acres Improved land, centrally located to an operation to-day, In which the too versatile to have any Imitators. He STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
the inch
Made Tbe fell froma can produce more fun to square ,
Flinch Cards Hand
BOo.; Palmetto of 14 rods on Indlab River leg was amputated. man
frontage
,
the wheelsof the than any comedian we have ever Keen. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
Hats, _5o. wagon; and heavy
Contains line orange; grove; In ,
young "As a musician be Is an accomplishedartist .
vehicle passed over his leg, crushing the TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
STUART FLORIDA. bearing Address T. II. CHAMIIKRS,
the ; as a comic singer he Is all that
bone and necessitating! amputationof
lint Georgiana, Fla. his life. The could be desired. lIe can also 'paw the
the limb to save opera-
-'-- - tion was very successful. Ivory' to beat the band His dancing In INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
Bobbins jS Graham Co. the Yankee character was the funniest .

thing ever seen here and the laughter
A SEMINOLE IN BUSINESS. could heard outside of the theatre." FLA.
(Incorporated) Thompson will give an entertain- Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or ]loose. Special attention

PAID UP CAPITAL $:!!5OOO.00. a r0.H.00. ment In the Opera house, TI tllln I lie, next paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.T. .
a Seminole Indian has established -
Tiger ,
Tom
.
WETMORE, Proprietor.PALMETTO .
Monday night March :21. Tickets on .
i This company owns an Indian camp on the north
of the south fork of :Miami river sale at the lied Cross Pharmacy. This
bank will be the last show of the
ZAN 3D S3 probably
fitted : four miles above the city, and has made
Have your eyes examined and lit one of the "points of Intoiest" to vialI season. _____________
the Indian River Country; On the St. by the expert. I tors. Judge ileyser has just grantedhim MINSTRELS.It FIBRE
FEMALE .
Lucie River license to In the sale of
; at New River and on Bay NANDA VILJ.E a engage
DR. O. L. ,
commodities the camp.-Miami News.
Biscayne Prices to suit the times. Titusville, Florida. has been unusually gay in Tltusvtlle For: a't'tresses:

Send for Land List. FACTORY CLOSED. this winter, and we have had shows ga-
ICE bad and indifferent.
lore-good,
Offices at Tltnsvllle and Miami Fla. East Coast Meat Market On Saturday and Monday Duncan

The Fort Pierce correspondent of the Claik'a Female Minstrels gave their song ]1-. Jl1 .A.LTEJF'UL: OLElAJST: t
Times-Union says: and dance entertainments In the Opera ,
Hodgson Bros. G. F. DUREN, Agent. "The' closing down of the Ice factory house, which were claimed to be very ,

a:: here' has made It very disagrreble. They good by some, while others said It was !
Made of the leaf of the Saw Palmetto j
EAUGALLIE!: INDIAN RIVER, FLA. eta oo : said they would run a cold storage: plant, not up to the average. Monday nightwas
but are out of Ice all the time and people for "men only," and they consideredthe :Sold In bales of 60-lbs.) 100-Ibs., nd 150-lbs. I
Marine Railway. U2 : now have to depend on the fish dealers entertainment up to-date.

Gene Merchants\ and Ship: Chandlers. -: typca.: for Ice. .

..Special Facilities. I as. BOUGHT BICYCLE BUSINESS BUILDING A RESIDENCE. -Price only 2 Cents per pound

} For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing w- -

Yachts and Launches. ". =aC" Mr. Ed. Morgan has bought the bicycle Mr. Henry Benecke, the well-known
business ou Washington avenue from sallmaker, is building a two-story real- "
Mention the ADVOCATE when writing. -. Mr. L. K. Myers, who Is too busy with dence on his property at Chester Shoals. The Indian River Fiber Co.
work to attend to it. :Mr. Morgan' Tbe E. C. Lumber & .
... other
s::::: building
Iy :tr: OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, = will keep on band all kinds of bicycle : vllle, are furnishing the ma-
sundries, and do repairing. work. terial. MELBOURNE, FLORIDA. ,_
FLORIDA.
Cheap, at thUi' otllce. TITUSVILLE,
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