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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 25, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: VC>L. 28. NO. r). TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY, l\iAiiolI 251. lOO-t. PRICE 60. :
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' LOCAL NEWS -The announcements of candidates -Mr. Ueo. M. Robbins left for Miami -Mr. C. R Stuart one of Bonnven- Ilrevurd County Lands For Stile AMONG THE HOTELS. I ,j IiI.I
for public offices will be found I s
on our this morningMr. ture's. orange growers, arrived In Titus '
2nd page. vllle\ r
Wednesday
And Topics of General Interest J. E. :M. Hodgson, of Eau Gal. Merrltt's Island near Courtcnay formerly Read the ad. of the Grand Atlantlo ,
-Mrs. ChaR S. Schuyler of Jensen lie, was a passenger Wednesday's -Mr. R. B. ::Stuart of Brantley came known as the Oelger Place; ltI7j!
hotel 7th
Daytona on our
has been visiting relatives in Rockledge southbound train. up to Titusvllle, on board his launch acres. Fine pineapple orange and veg-- page t
THE ADVOCATE this week. Wedneadayafternoon. etable land. Price fl Itbll' The AnvoOATR Is on file every week '
WHEN YOU WANT First-Class .
11.50 per annum In advance. -MI' John H. a Meal Merrltt's Island, UMl acrl'K. long fronton at tho American Club, Havana. .. ,
Sams of Courtcnay where ou can sit and enjoy It, stopat DO NOT FORGET that Titusvllle Is
$1.00 "six: months.a. came up to town yesterday with some the I. E. C. Restaurant, Tltusville. the best town on the East Coast Everybody Indian River and Including oyster The ADVOCATE Is now on tile at all .
$3.00 per an. to foreign countries. more boxes of his line oranges: for shipment said 10, that stopped the F\ permits granted by Brevard County the best hotels In New York city. i
north. -Mr. and Mrs T. A. Sraalles who Good land for vegetables and some goof; I
When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE have been spending the winter in Tltusville E C. Restaurant. Come on, orange land. A line oyster location.. Whero to atop along the East Coast, ,

by the year it does not cost you I -Capt. Charles Fulton has been busily and other places along the East: -Io not fall to read the now ad. of I Price JUK( See Hat of hotels on 4th and 7th pages.;

| three cents per week postage included. engaged this week llnishlng/: the painting Coast will leave Sunday for their summer the Florida Motor Co., on 8th page" who Town of Tltusvlllo, lot :3 i, of Kast: subdivision Hotel men should not forgot tho fibre t

TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE: Is onsale of Capt. J. O. Walton's house In home at Etna Green Ind. are selling\ motors etc., very cheap. of old block. A falily good: for salt, for mattresses at Melbourne,

I at the following news-stande, at five South Tltu vl1le, -Dr. J. F. Bovus and his sister Mrs. -Col. and Mrs Geo. A. Cantlno, of house }Price $250.: Head the ad on page/ 8. I,
Town of Titusville lot :a block A.Colemall.sAddltlon.LIrRO
oents per copy : WE HAVE NOW IN TRANSIT TILE N. Y. have loft I. ,
M. K. Herzog of New York have been Newburgh, Augusta, want nice of
lot frontliii : If pleco property
Cross
Tltusville-Red Pharmacy. "Swellest" line of Clothing for Men returned homo. Their ( you
/ HI\. and Hook-
: sojourning at the Indian River hotel ,
rend I the .t. of the Sarno,
location
Duval hotel.Vlndsorhotel.. on two streets, good; near center cheap, property
Jacksonville- ever shown In Titusvllle. You'll makea friends, been
Tltusville, for a week or so; and In the lodge have looking for them
\ of town. Good 8-room cottage l'r"'e. on our (Itth I pnge./ It will bo soul! tit a
mistake unless them. J. R. this winter.FURNITURK
you see meanwhile hauling in some of the tinny )
(
$700. bargain.
rare
Qrlyot News Atand. Walker Co. Titusvllle.Mrs. tribe.
I FURNITUHE WE Town of Titusvllle flue lot. In
can corner ? IOl"II t '
Hotel Pinna Hock1otl still remains
I Note date of expiration printed upon -: J. P. Brown and little daughter I DON'T BE TO QUICK-We have In and will meet all\ competition I Let us. business section of town. Price, t.'iOO,( ). number e
with fair of Mr
lour paper or wrapper every week. This have been visiting lends at Lemon City I transit should arrive today, most Varied tigiiro with you. J. It. Walker\ Co., Town of Tltusvlllo II) residence lots the u : this guests.: has been

U receipt for your money. No need during,: the past two weeks or so. Mr. and best line of Dry Goods ever Tituavlllo.Mr.\ west of railroad. Price, $ 10\ each. I'ook of (ho manager most; successful, says seasons. he 4 t '
tomato send receipt for subscription. Brown spent Sunday with his family. brought: to town. All the latest fabrics South: Lake U: miles went of Titusvtlle, one
and Mrs. W H. Harris. who had has balln ,
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I The date Rives; It to you. and effects. John H. Walker A Co. 40 acres fronting on lake part" hammockand years
-Circuit Court will\ convene In Titus been to /.ine"vill", (),. on account of the
rjp Reading notice ada. are ten cents vllle next week before the Circuit -Dr. and Mrs. Wm. II. Booth of Al death of Mr. HaiTln'. father passed part pine. Fine land for oranges, Manager/ Robert Murray of the Ponce
and $2,111.:;()
vegetables pineapples Prluo : > f t
per line on this pace. Judge the Hon. Minor S. Jones. Therewill bauy N. Y., who have been spending through Titusvllle, Wodnem' IY, en routeto de Loon; 'and Manager, ; Jos Greaves
South Lake : miles west of Titus
\ be few visitors their home \ U'g of Hotel Alcazar: :It. Augustine, have : :
ADVOCATES S for sale at the Red quite a In town neJ.tweek. about six weeks with Dr and Mrs. Geo.E. at'l'lbba.Ir. vllle. Part, line hammock balance linn "liail their lutuds full"\ this winter trying J

CroBi Pharmacy, 'l'ltu vl1le. Hill, of Indlanola arrived at the Indian -!\ and Mrs. Eugene S.: Randall of high dry pine land with bountiful view tOIlCl'olllllloIRt" nil arrivals. ,

IF YOU IIAVE ANY PROPERTY River hotel Titusvtlle, yesterday, Boston have loft Montreal for the Princes of lake Good orange vegetable/ and .
-Read the ad. of W. A. Merryday Co., along the East Coast Improved or unImprovod and left this morning for :Sanford and Annie Hotel, Virginia Beach Their pineapple Intnl. 1O(! acres. Price, $soo). Tho Sun Juan hotel, Orlando one of :

deulers \in hay grain flour orange box send full description price I' Jacksonville, via. the St. Johns River Indian River friends. have boon anxiously Section 1'1. Township: South, Range most up-todate hotels. In Florida, f.

material etc., on our 4th page. and terms. No charge" unless I effect I -Mr. C. E. Jones of New Hartford!, expecting: / them for several weeks past. !\I7 East. ; 42'g' acres, fronting on Indian hats, done n phenomenal business this f.the

TORNISIIED COTTAGE TO LET In a sale. C. Buck man, Jacksonville Fla. I Conn., arrived in town Tuesday morning.Mr. YOU ARE NOT SURE YOU HAVE the River and, Horse Creek :5JVj( miles north wlntur and tourists speak very highly: v '
South Titusvllle. Apply ADVOCATE Jones president of the New Hartford of Kail: Gallle. Splendid high land', lino of the cuisine and management .
-Mr. W. II. Swain arrived In Titus latest until sue the -
Tltuevillee I Brush Co. and treasurer of the you 1Jp.TIo'fheMinute I"rlteIIIIrry\ of Coquina rock high, dry
. vllle, from Jacksonville on Tuesday for New Hartford Savings, Hank. He Is a Line of Straw Hats, Tan Shoes: and healthy. Fine orange; and pineappleland. notwithstanding the lateness. of tho 4

CHICKEN EGGS-Rhode Island Reds the purpose of opening a machine and friend of Capt. and Mrs Henry R. Jones etc. etc., being opened up by J. U. Splendid residence silo }1'riee ""aMon. tho Hoyal I'olnctanu! and Break
t $1.50 sitting. J. blacksmith shop. As soon as he has Walker Co. today.Mr. have
winter layers; per T'I the of Mrs Wm. M. Brown of $1,000. ers hotels, at Palm Bench a goodly
. Feaster Tltusville Fla. 4t eow I selected the site, Mr. Swain will build Tltusville.Mr parents. and Mrs. C. L. ]Merge, Miss\ Terms will bo made! reasonable to reliable number of guests.. There were about

-Dr, and Mrs. Pel pel and little daughter anti start business In a week or two. Mabel Bergo and Master Eugene Uorge, purchasers. Apply to 8(10( guests; at thnso hotels last Sunday, \

left here Wednesday for Sebastian.Miss Prof. Chas. B. Cory of Boston a Fred Ives, of Philadelphia who have occupied the Walker cottagein D. I I.. (JAUI.DKN, Hotel Indian River )
nockledpe.
rived visit to his ; manalt.
here Wednesday on a
well known North Titusvllle since the first of Or, Titusvllle Fla.
hunter golfer naturalistand : "
; father and who the ed by .III r, Herbert L. Legg has closedfor '
Minis from spending
Fridayuntil mother are
Aleph spent
WM. WAU.NOCK Jamaica N. Y.
will leave bore
founder of Canaveral Club, near Tltusvllle January, next Friday informed
her friend Miss Grls- winter at their beautiful the nouson. Mr. Legg the
with
Sunday orange groveat
their home }<
In
has returned to Palm Beach for Freehold N. J.
ard, at Melbourne.Mr. LaGrange Mr Ives has been very ADVOCATE: that he would spend $3,0oo() I
from Fort Lauderdale where he and Mrs busy In Philadelphia this winter, and as -Major C. E. Graves and Mr. Oliver MARRIED IN TITUSVILLE.The In Improvements on the hotel before he ,
Frank Webber agent: of the Cory and party of friends had a glorioustime he is all run down he decided to cometo Glbbs of Melbourne Beach were in town opens next" January. Mr. Legg will\ beat j

Southern Express Co., at Daytona, made hunting and fishing. Indian River to recuperate. a couple of days or so this week. The the Laurel house. CAt.llkl1l1\llluntalna;

Strip to Tltusville, returning same day. PRICES TO SUIT ALL PARTIES-In Major has a host of friends Titusvllle. many friends of Mr. Chas D. N. Y., the coming/ summer t.

SANFORD BREAD CAKES AND Improved and unimproved property. nrWE ARE STILL receiving letters We acknowledge a pleasant call from Provost of Georgians, and Miss Gertrude I '

Pies received dally at the F. E. C, If you want tn buy, don't fall to see from northern parties who are an xi- Mr. Hubs who was formerly In the newspaper \V. Breese of Rocklodge/ will, no The New Hock ledge; hotel, Rockledge j i
Stand. No better made in the state. E. A. Waddell :Miami, FU.Mr nails, to buy OI'an gloves/ pineapple business. doubt I b. surprised to learn that they under the able and popular managementof
. ;JJ1antatlooB. fruit and vegetable; farms came to Titusvllle on the :liOJ: train yesterday Mr. If. K. Shares with the genial
. -Mr. Wade II. Jones candidate for John F. Blood, one of our winter homes etc., on the Indian River. -Miss Maggie Collins. loaves about the und were itmirted\ by Mr. John Mr. W. I'. Hill\ ns chief clerk still lass

: Mate senator, left, Tuesday! morning, for Massachusetts subscribe, who has been We are not In the real estate business 28th lust, for Miami, wheie she goes to Henry, notary public 1 and left on the quit\ n number of guests, and naturally
. Miami, where La expects to spend a few spending( the winter at Rockledge, says: und have no time to reply' to this class of accept a position. aa stenographer In the :t\tI\( tl'alll i for Jacksonville looking as :Mr. :Shares. delighted, over the successful -
: days, seeing how things are po.ltlcally. "Please send ADVOCATE to me at West letter so If you havo anything to sell Bank of Bay U1loCcl yne. Miss Ethel: CouJ; happy as turtle doves. season he has hud. As will be seen :

Townsend Mass. We are delighted: with advertise It In this paper so that I we can taut, who has held this position for the The hi, Ide Is one of Itockledge's most b.V; the ad. on our 4ili page Mr. Share :
:: East-Mr. G. F. Faddlson, manager: of the the Indian River climate, and hope to return send marked copies of the ADVOCATK to past four years, will shortly, we understand popular young Indies. who has a host of will manage/ the Klumeiiha Inn, Klsme- :

a plenaant Coast caller Lumber at this and office Supply Tuesday Co was to Rockledjte another season." prospective buyera.Oandldales marry a Virginian. Friends on Indian River, while the /groomIs sha, N. Y., this summer. i!

- whlidin'l'itusvillelooking after the Interest -Mr. and Mrs. S. J}. Rathbun and for office are still coming WE HAVE NOW A YOUNG LADY IN a prominent and weli-known merchant Tho season of I0o:).,| Is rapidly nearing

;J. of his company. Miss Grace A. Rathbun of :Snug Haibor, forward. The last candidates t>> send change of our Dies Making. Dvpuit- at Ueorirlnua. its; close, says the Tropical Sun During I
New York who have been quests of the In their announcements are the followIng moat, who Is right up-to-the-minute. The ADVOCATE joins. their numerous the ten days hundreds of tourlsfs .
Mrs.-M. and Mrs. Wm. A. Warnock and Indian River hotel for the past two : Mr. F. Al. Hudson, for state senator Fit, Style and Work guaranteed J. friends in Bievaid county In winding the who past have made Palm lluaoh /and West !

4, A. A. DeGranw who have been departed weeks or so, left on Tuesday for Daytona ; and Major M. Goldsmith for prosecuting R. Walker Co., Titusvllle.\ happy pair a long life of connubial bliss 'aim[ Bunch, their winter home, have : i
pending the winter have
at ElDora and
St. Augustine. Jacksonville. and attorney. As an old Confederate prosperity. left for points further north. A great
for their respective homes In Jamaica home. They were much pleased with soldier Major Goldsmith hopes his many --Miss Sanders, one of Indlanola's many want to be home for Easter in .

lower N Y., where the ADVOCATE fol Tttusvllle and the hotel. friends. will help him In the race. Head most charming young ladles, who has SOLD OUT.Mr. that festival always marks the end of

PHOTOGRAPH ENLARGING. II. the announcements of other candidateson for some weeks past been the attractive the tourist season at this resort. The

i -Mr, and Mrs. N. Ray and eon and of Altoona Fla. has our 2nd page guest of friends and relatives In thlsclty announcement Is mAde by Manager Fred
Brantley appointed
vi daughter after spending: four month in Miss Ilester Lowery of Titus SEE K. A. WADDELL Miami\ Fla. ball returned to her home much to the \P. A. Morgan has bought the In. Starry that the Uoyal Point-lunik will

!Capt. J. 0 Walton's furnished cottage: vllle, local agent( for the Consolidated! If you want an Orange: Grove, Pineapple regret of her many friends here.-Miami terest of Mr. W, S. Itrannlng/ the fled close Its doors after dinner Thursday

in south Titusvllle, left on Friday last Portrait and Frame Co., of Chicago./: Plantation or Vegetablo Farm. News. Cross Pharmacy Tltusville. This line night when Mlgllonoco's orchestra will

for Goodall where they have rented a All orders given; her for the enlargingof : At Right Prices. Misses Kate, handle and' Frankie drugstore-wlilch la I In the ADVOOATK give: n farewell convert In the rotunda. (
house on the ocean beach for a month. photographs and framing of pictures Stewart: gave a launch ride to some building-will now bo under the sol The Breakers does not close until Kaster. '

A. -Mrs. Hugh C. Sparkman arrived In will be promptly attended to, -Senator and Mrs. Dwight W. Tuttle twenty-three of their friends on Thurs- management of Mr. Fred., A. Morgan 1'bllllleason has been a spondld one for (1
their Miss Edna
TitUBville, on Sunday on a visit to her and work guaranteed. Miss Lowery Smith aooompaned of New by Haven nelce.Conn. who have day evening In their uncle Mr. !t. B. the: East; Side hotels the number of I
"other Mrs. Myers. Mr. Sparkrnan will bo found at the store of J. K. Stewart's, launch. Owing to an accidentto tourists: going beyond: the records of for
been spending several weeks In Orlando for Hulo.
hbo has been with the Seabreeze paper Walker A Co., Titusvllle. the motor caused by someone inter Sulphur Springs mer years so that Palm Bench continues t
In Tltnsville short while Saturday
were on faring with In while laying at the pier, to hold<1 the honor of being the queen of I
Jtt severed his connection with that '
-Mr. F. S. Morse who met'a numberof en route to Sharpes. On Tuesday the Kant Coast. resorts
Journal the party returned after about a
and accepted a position with I representative men of Brevard county they: left for St. Augustine and other going The famous Avon Sulphur Springs located j
fit mile and, through the kindness of W. S.
S Ocala Star. that the information their home. Weaoknow- at Avon Livingston N. Y. \V. tl.e '
yesterday at Cocoa says points, on way: counti' Mr. Henry Merrill popular
Urannlng of the house
I DR. be Is satisfied call from the manager/ opera About one hundred acres Incl' J- Palm and \
FEIGEr'J THE DENTIST, left Tl- gathered from them ledge: a pleasant Senator the balance of the in manager of the Royal Hotel
;.5. Wednesday, for Sebastian\ that Taliaferro will carry that countyby who f is largely Interested la property spent most enjoyable dance.Jtockledgre evening a lug about twenty acres of beautiful park, one of the most genial hotel men In the .
m. .where he will stay for a couple ofeeks. a /good safe majority. There are along the East Coast five springs of iiiIpbur water and a first- country celebrated his fiftieth birthday '
All those needing dental work quite a number of Stockton sup, orters --- ------ class half mile race track. These springs last Friday evening These annual releratlon I

done had better call apon the ductor In the lower portion of Brevard county Easter Sale Indian Jtiver, produce the finest sulpttur water known > .. are of such a character that men \
Special Opening
. M lOon as possible. but Mr. Taliaferro has many strong and for further particular address, cross. the continent to be The
influential supporters who will sue that Monday, March HHtli. C. b. CiiAPi'oTiw; table was laid In the new dining. room, In .
-Uon. Wade If. Jones Is In the city his Interests are properly looked after.Tuesday's .- Has one of the most attractive and 21J.4t 83 Rutgers St., Rochester, N. Y. a Brest circle the Inner portion of each

tu-day meeting old friends, and forming Miami Metropolis.Dr. t best stocked! stores along the East: Coast -- table being banked In )lowers Frank C, Iinllch
sew
ones. Mr. Jones is a candidate for I Twenty-four Inch Pongee Silk, In of Florida. You find toaat master and made a I
can everything To was very
hate Tnxpo-yerN.'
lot I Senator from this district embrace and Mrs. E. L. Mayo De Kalh natural color fine quality special 60; you need at this store. All kinds of fine witty presiding officer.\ The souvenir was I

fade and Brevard counties with' 111., who have at the Breakers Palm per yard groceries and western meats. -- an exquisite piece Illumination done by t
D mat excellent prospect of receiving the Beach, for several weeks were passen- [abutal Silk ; white, pink and light blue! ; Particular attention paid to the needs Notice Is hereby given that the tai Frank linger a devoted friend of Mr,

"om Dation. He represented Breyard grrs on Monday's northbound train en the most popular sort for children's dresses of yachtsmen and cruising parties. books for Brevard county, Fla., are now 1 Merrill's. who Is now on a yaotlntr cruise
County In the lower house of the Legislature : route to Palatka for a while. Mrs. ; and Ideal for Ladies' walstsl.t; : In GEO.: N. HATCH, Prop. open at the Court home Tltusvllle but n the Caribbean Sea with Sam Walcott.
at the last for himself and brother-tbe Messrs. wide regular 75o; quality, special 4o! will the first
term making Mayo's father Barton Ave., Kockledge/ positively close on MondayIn It was a work of art reproduced In three 1
- ,.an excellent record for careful at- Ellwood-on board their palatial launch ; per yard. April. K W. HAM., colors and each guest received n copy. It!
teation to his duties, and loyalty to the the Dozie were recent visitors. to Titus Imported Black Taffeta 'M Inches Tux Collector. Those responding to toasts were: Col. I

,Interests. of his constituents in every re- vllle.\ Mr. Ellwood Is the Inventor of the wide superior guilty every yard stamped For Hale,.Orange and Pineapple --' ---- fester of the Brooklyn Kagle. Mr. T.Hllah *

Pc -Tuesday's Miami Metropolis. barbed wire for fences. Dr. and Mrs. guaranteed, special, $1 per yard. Laud. Tux Notice. Evans of Dayton Mr. Henderson MMr 4

Mayo will return to Titusvllle about WASH GOODS. puling and Cb.... Miller. ..

OD November as the Dr. I. an ardent hunter.Uardner's New Madras Gingham; -Excellent quality ,t

Launch "Wanted : the kind that gives splendid wear HOOO acres choice land suitable for Taxpayers of Tltusville, take notice From 4 until fl o'clock last Thursday !

I 'I'ers. and washes like new every time It goes crowing pineapples and oranges on the that the tax books of the Town of Tl- afternoon the upper rotunda of :the Ho- 1 ,
to the laundry. It comes in dainty colors Indian and St. Lucia Rivers will sell as In tel 1 Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, presented -
- ;'Iwardt a launch 24ft. or 27tt: long and ; tusvllla will close on the rift< Friday beautiful and animated
H and there Is nothing prettier for a whole or divide a bargain. month. a scone. I 1
lowest OI't fchend: full particulars and ; April being the lit day of the The occasion was an at-home of the ,
I Price to FURNITURE.DRY. Ladies' and Children's dresses: special C. BUCKMA.t: The tarn books will\ remain open a' the ladles of the hotel to which several. 1
W. J. RAOAJT. GOODS !liifO: per yard. 2OfebJacksonville, Fla. Courthouse every week day until theabove .,
42t hundred Invitations we.III"uetJ. JudjIn (-
sale .
Mondaynext
We will also place on on :
Banyan Fla. SHOES. from the attendance all who were Invited "
endless date.V.
2000 :yards of Lawn variety T. r
WoKLitr:
Thermometers Diamond Dyes Varnish of neat colors and patterns suitable for Fine Property For Sale. Marshal and Collector. must have responded In person.

Dissolution! .. Notice. Prairie-grass Matting, etc. ladles' and children's dresses. Not only the upper rotunda but the two
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r decorated
Jcr-ics KLIX: :. oof-gardens adjoining, were y
\otice '18 CHAS. A: OAKDSBR: Tltnsville, Fla. Titusvllle. rfa.Lady's Two nice cottages adjoining each IteglMlratloii Hooks Open.To and provided with tables for the accommodation I
hereby given that the firm of
korgan other in North'I'huavllIe. with an acre of the guests. There wan
-ac IBrannlng, Red Cross Pbar. of hammock and five of rich muck no great display of decorations but
ftj.! yiTltu ville, Fla., Is hereby disnolv.coin Launch and Schooner for Sale. Coat Lout. acres Brevard everything was tastefully and artistically
The land, suitable for truck farm. Good the Citizens of County,
.Red Cross Pharmacy will beTh Guests were received by Mrs.JeorgeM. !
trrangetl.
n river front The larger cottage has three Florida.
? March b': F- -*. Morgan. Lost yesterday, afternoon a Lady's : sleeping rooms and a servant's room upstairs The Registration Books for the County ( Fletcher,sister to Mr. Murray, i,.
18th! 1U114.FREDERICK; Launch 28x8ft., 5 horse power. Palmer Broadcloth Coat lined with light be In earn the Mrs. John D. langhoro -
Black : ; and.a parlor, sitting room dining of Brevard Florida, will\ open manager; .
A. MOROAN.: engine I year old. Price, ttOO.OO.) silk. Supposed to have been left at the room and kitchen below. The adJoin- precinct on the 28th day of March and Miss Helen Jones, Mrs. U. II. Lalrobeer, .
WlSSTOX' S. BKASTClSf' ;' One Cruising Schooner 3.1ft.; long:; Tltnsville' station of the F.E.C. Railway. I lag cottage baa two sleeping rooms and continue open up to and Including the and Miss Mackey of New York.. Mrs. l lWm.

light draft, strongly: built f400<> !000. The finder will please leave at ADVoCATE: and servant's room lo second story and l.lth day of April 11!>OI) and on Mondays, Hark ness and Mrs. David. Crocker f

Land for Sale. E. T. CoNRAD A Co., Fla. office Titusvllle..\ and receive a liberal re sitting room, dining room and kltchiog Tuesdays and Saturdays during this timeat poured tea, and Mrs. W. Denney of Boson

4.41 Daytona, ward. ________ below. Large brick cisterns. to both the office of the Supervisor of lieglsratlon presded at the chocolate table. I.
InChoiCe' 1\\ and.10 bouses. Adapted for a nice winter at the Court House, Tltnsvllla. Miss Alice Langhorn; and Miss Burnham
( between acre. lots on the Pen Cleaning and Pressing.All Shoe Kepalrlng. bome. Those who are not registered, and intend served punch.
Waveland and Sewallsll
Pointf: ; and Price, $2,501): )f for the entire property. to vote at the primary election to be b
St.
both
I B cl.'rironung tk.Tei'*. Also on Improved Indian places and I do all kinds of boot and shoe repair- 'Terms $1,000 cub, 1,500 on mortgage held on the 10th day of May, will\ please FOnT PIERCE HOTEL,FonT'PIERCE t
-t and do It. Jas. at tJ register within the time limited above.W. .
I -room urnlsbed cottage to work done np-to-date. Call and lug, not forget Opposite per cent. Fla. Sportsman's Paradise. Opposite

l"v't Apply' to C. U. RACEr see me. Andrew Gibson at the. Parlor Pritchard & Son. ANDREW' GIBSOX.Titusvllle Apply to O&o. M. Bonniss, a.of NOHWOOD, Indian m..erlolet. W. G. LoreProp. i I
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FISH AND GAME WARUKK. .

TAUAFERRirS REPLY "There Is nothing In the charge ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby announce myself lilt a candidate for Florida East Coast ]
as I shall show. They are simply old tbe ottlne of Fish and Game Warden subject to Ry.
straw threshed over and the action of the democratic primary, to be held
over. They Under this bead will appear' the announre.mnnntiof May: lUtu. T. A. KOlltNSON.

Senator Answers: the Letterof 'were repeated prior to my election olDre candidate*. for t lie varlou' State andCounty LOCAL TIME CARD No. 53. In Effect Feb. 16,1904.
1S88. and. after a full fair
sn4 J torettigatlon .
Tha ohm(''' for lnartlon of announcement MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD.To .

Mr. Frank Harris. !' under the searchlight of $5.t14J from> ,now an exception until tha primnrln however*(wing are over made, will lit the be the Democratic. Voter of Brevard County: : SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-HEAD UP.

public, discussion and the press of case! of thoiw who Keek el tin Inn a* County Coin- I uereby announce myself. a candidate before No.231 No.231 I
lltianl of the for !Member 01 School Hoard No.99 50:35 No.29 No.28 No.93 Ne.7ONe.74yj
tnmnlonor or Member ol the County oimilnu primary STATIONS.
'REFERS TO ATTACK ON RECORD. Florida, were decided, by a majority .,.11,.. Dully. I.'aIli. "a1l". batty. .,
I Public Iimtructlon wuo will be charged S2.M: from First I'lstrlrt and ben the support of my IaIIl.p&tl7.__ ] 11..11" a. ly. t>.h".

6f a Legislature of good and upright or ona half the regular. rate. democratic friends to seouie nomination. ;........ S-p 11 U" 111 ua 7 4.0 a L.v Jksomv'er Ti I/O./ 540& 1.\1"\ .......
It i I. to be fllHtlnctl unclerntoixl that no announcement 1. L. KVZKU. .
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en J'ksomv'
Conservative 1131' \01'11.
and and patriotic men to be wholly un at a ii ,
Clean, Dignified will Inserted. wi hunt helnic paid .... I S .. '
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of Facts-Ocala Bapner[ founded. I may call attention especially for In advnnre.au we have learned from experience ........ II? .11M" ...... ... ..II..tln"..Lv.a 48a 53 .
Statement that thin In the only: safe rule.ron The many friend of A.J. Carter of Tnrnbull ........ 1012 13 13 I 9 .Oa ...B -
to the .tact that all of the have nrired him to become a camllilate. for the I' !.i' p 52 a j3 "I 44j .::::::::
Presents the Communication In Office ot Member of llrevard School H charges: are covered up In the maze UlBtrlet .and he solicit the of 10 35 i I U 1006 a. Ar..Palatka. cit G3 I' 4 eo" ..
the support
COUNTY JUDOE. First ... C .0 1 U 11 40 I 0 16 a. Lv..Pal..tlla..
Editorial I I' a Wa 80 820 : ::::;
Attractive Form-Strong of the past, long before my election all his frluuilsat the coming "primary on May p

and that but one of then. which is To the Democratic Voter of lirevard County: : I IlIa.lnhr 10th. MAKY VO'1ER3. == 71p 71p = 800;. -.... ...
Indorsement ,been hunored by the voters of Brevanl ... ..... flO ,. 51)0. 61 .. '115" of ill .
palpably unfounded relates to my count* with the otlloe of County Judge I now "

In today' paper a lettei record the of service In nnine. before you again nollcltlnir your .dnpnort To the Deinorratlo. Voters of lirevarcl County: -........ -.... .... ... llUp- ..... ,.-....-.... =:::
_ VV. print or time my for re election,..ubi ",rt to the primary t. he nelo t renpoctfnll unnonnoe my raixllilnry for Member .... .... .. ..... .. .... 1011' ..... .I. ........ ...... .
Taliaterro In reply to May Kith. If nominated and elected I will endeavor Hoard of 1'uhllo Insiruutlcin from the 2nd .... .... .. .. .
from Senator Congress. I of .. 1 09 p .... 151' .. ........
him by to continue In the discharge of the dutlo.If district at the romlng ilemocratlo primary and ........1113'1101' lSOp 011 a 0 ,
made against 4 ..
certain charges ( said. oltlce with fidelity to the penplii. solicit the confidence and support of my :fellow ... ... ..11.. ', a181' lt1p. .Lv.6. :. 58 a aa.p 4 ::.. ..:
thos who oppOse his return to the NO CORPORATE INFLUENCE. A. D. I'E4NEY.;:: citizens, ..... ... .'r.. .. .. 1 1> .. ..... 3 15 \> ........
K. E. MIM3.: ........ U'1T. I'll' II 15p BOa 0'1 ..
: United States Senate. CLERK OP TUB CIRCUIT COURT. ........ ........ .".... .. 1140p ..011411 i .::
It seems to ua that the frank and "1 take up the charges in the order ........ C .71' IIUp. o :: ...
.) To the Deinorratlo. Voter of Brevanl County : FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: ...._ ...... .. .... S 871' as .. .
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xi-Iiclt manner! la which he meet tnescharfus ._..... ........ I' lip.
1107" flip .
named by you: candidate for .
I li*'reby atiitouno'ivf an I hereby .announce mysnlf as a candidate: for "
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to fair 401' .71'
Impartial'hearing clearly entitles, and him his a letter "No. 1. Mr. Stockton gays that my the democratic nflli-e o(primary C'li-rk. uf, to the 1holc Circuit: May I'ourt IV, 1U04 at and the elwtlon District!subject County. lotha CoinmlHsloner action' of the for Ueiiiocrutloprimary the First. ...................... 11481'. 118 4 5 p ..ArSantmfsteoLy. Up il I' ::::::::
and .
roust! appeal very strongly to the election by corporate Influence 'waa will appreulute your Hiipport.Youm renpeutfully.A.. .. BTEWART.. May 10, IttM. U. II.' NAU\IAN.: ..:.:...:.:.:.:...:.4.:17/1:::.. ..1' SlOp 813p I' ::::: :::: :::: ::: 41)'" a ...............

Democratic voters of the ,State.A so brazen that the people were as- A. ........ ... ... ... 8471' Iii a. ..... :::.::
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man ahould discharge hU yollU- t'u uded.' :TAX ASSESSOR. To the Democratic Voter of Brevard County t __.... ........ i. 04 a....... :::: :
cal duties ai conscientiously a* he "'''hls statement not only assails t hereby announce mysulf a cnmlMate. for ........ ...... ...
I hereby announce tnynelf a condldata for the County Commissioner from the First Kmtrlrt, .... ... I ..... ::::
toe his moraL and religious obligetkms me, but a majority of the membersof ofllre of Tax A..eHgor. and, If.elected will give subject to the deinocretlo primary election, May ... .. ... .... .it f .
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; and in exercising- right the Legislature of 18UU. and is Yours renpei-tfnlly, I lath, Respectfully WM. R.vour WALKER.* I 9 26 a I a to I' 4 60 i / 10 BOa 8 CII

suffrage!: thould weigh the evidence wholly without foundation In fact. W. K. 8A DERS. 10 Oil a.. ........ 8 30 I'. ...... bOa.. 5 27 p p
to 391' ..... ; ........ SUp
M in a Jury trial. The people of Florida have not for. It) / 26 ..... ....... 13' .,
To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County. ... p.......
We feel that Senator Tallaterro be Is gotten that all of the newspapers and To the rinocratlo Voter of lirevard County! Appreciating your support and confidence in 11 31 lIla..S:. .. ... 07 4' fi p.... ..:. ........ .S ..., .........,.... 3S7p.17p
fairly entitled to a re-election. and the leading men of the State familiar At the ruiinoetofaiarge niunborof my frlendx. the past' and feeling that I have faithfully. discharged ii I .. I .. / N 20. 3&02
I hereby announce iiiym-lf tut a candidate for the the duties Imposed upon me, I hereby
will be the people' .
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commented
lieve that with what occurred
upon dlllue of Tax AMieHMir for lirevard county .object .announce myself\ a* a candidate for election Trains do not stop at station where time lit not shown.
"verdict at the polls. the cleanness of that election anU ; to the .action of Hi"duiuocriitle printer to be for County Commissioner of the Beoond District
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_ liolil VHI4.( If elected. I win fulfill, the aud ask your united support at time primary.
His record an a. Senator has far congratulated Florida upon the fact 111"1111.otlliie to the bent of my ability Yours respectfully
Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St.
Augustine.JACKSOPIVILLE .
surpassed- the most sanguine expectation that there were no scandals at our Your reHpeotfitlly MITCHELL., J. R. IdIOT

of his friends, and no public capital: such as had been witnessed J. F. No. 23' No. 29t No. 2'7t No.35t'No.' Nil.3t.NO. 99tlNe.93tIN; ::15'lTO
IT. AUGUSTINE Dally Iaiiy Daily Daily I 43'1{: i ,5111J: D"lIy .IIeu1y J "
servant from this State has accomplished and deplored capitals elsewhere."is To the Democratic Voter or Brevard County t {

BO much In the same length It not strange that, If Mr. Stock AaneKHorof I hereby announce lirevard inynelf county a and candidate respectfully for, Tax solicit : I hereby from offer myself the Third a* a candidate District, subject for Commissioner to- Jack.onvI1IA.... 7 55 a 10 00. 10 2/1./ 12 ISp! 1 Sop 230p, 30011" aOSp BlIp 93'5p

the primary, May 10, 1U04, A.8.Augu'tlne.. 11116 a 1110a 1126. IJ6p 230" 3301', 4001' Bl&11 925pl1035p'T.
of time. ton really believes what he says he the support and voten of all democrat at

Just what his achievements have should have been among those, who the primary to bi 1\"lcll'lay Itospm-trully.. 10, HHVt. JOHN HOUSTON. AUGUSTINE No. 28+ No. 92+ No.88t No. N. o. No. 30t-jN". i ..j.N74;: -;

been Is modestly stated in the l letter immediately after the contest Bought W A. FA KM Kit. JACKSONVILLE Daily lIally Daily 2'j 5L"5u[ 44.I 511'J:: J VI1Uy )batlyLv.

- that we today lay before' our readen's. mev as he did, to extend!' congratulations To The the friend Voters, of of R.Brevard A.. Conkllnfr.County:announce i him It. AuguDtine... 5 eo a T 110 a 'I 80 a 11 10 .111 41) alm I -\4\ 50 Ir ;or i 20 6 4D p

.Editorial Leader in Banner. ? To the Deirocratlo Voters of lirevard County: i for County Commissioner from 'Ihlrd District '. r.Jac..oovtlle.... OOl.a 860a 8'OaI2101 imjI 2 40 i 50 ji 710vl 730 v 740 p

- "Mr. <&tockton was a member of i I hereby announce myself a candidate. for tax subject to the democratic primary.

"Hon. Jag. P. Tallaferro, Washing the Duval County Convention! which BHueniior and respectfully link In the the support of all The Following Are Through Pullman Trains:
friend
ot deiuocrauu! coming pri
ton. D. C.f Dear Sir The unbroken unanimously pro ,.otsl my name for wary my Kenmctfully To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County i EASTERN TRAINS WESTERN!' TRAINSNo.
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MCMILLAN. eNo. 37 and 39-New York and Florida Special IB and 18-0111"1(0 ft Florida Special
custom of the Democratic party in the Senate! and with characteristic P. A. Havlnic been urged by man, voters and tax No. 31 and SI-ltnllth* Palm Limited tNo. 93 and 92-Chlcairo' and Florida Limited
layers[ to become a condldate' for re-eleciton. Iireby No.43 and 44-fteabnard Florida, Limited +No. 27 and 30-Tho Florida.. Limited'
Florida has been to give Its officials disregard of Democratic law, hastened : announce luvself. as a candidate. for
FOR 811ER1 'Jr. i'onnty Commissioner from the 4th District,subject These tr&ne ant oompo..." ercluslve'y! of Pullman Car.and extra seat fare will be chirped.
two terms if their conduct In office to Tallahassee and' fought; my to the action of the democratic primary. of +Day coacheS operated 0'1 these t,alnsou which uo extra or sn.t fare 10 chargeI.BA.NFORD .
; To the Voter at the Democratic Primary.! of May. 111, HHI4. I will appreciate the of
hJLS been at all creditable. flection, and it will not be forgottenthat support
1 pnotfnll) unnonnrH myself a* a candidate all democrat.
"Without any attempt to flatter there* were no railroad Interest for nimilnutlnii, 10 theoltlcoufShortft.aod would JOHN C. JONES. D1TANCIT. ORANGE CITY I3BANOILNo.111

: you, it is but fair to say that your. At Tallahassee/ lighting for me, but thank May III.Y.II, 1111\4.\nil lt>r Re}our.poctfutl.unpliort!I) yoor..ut' ; .tin. primary, ?ATZO$5. No.12 1iI311: :iJl I 8TATIOfM. No.4,

record has been exceptionally good. some of them were there and active J. P. BROWN To the Voters of Brevard County i Daily J Daily I ilaily Ilamly

During your term in office the Indian for my opponent -,...---- In compliance with the expressedwish of 011 Lv......... Tituaville .........Art 12 1101' .201'1'0 IO..ILv. .N. 8myrll" Ar 155p 7 lOp
nianv of the voters of lirevard county: I offer S 83 a L..c O.le..n ............An II *JR ilmt F.v. ....k.. helen Ar 1 lOp 800 p
hoa been collected! the FOR TAX COLLECTOR.To :
war claim .
; myself fot the office of County Commissioner for I M a L..IIi..terjll'la..A' 11 flOe illS' 118".. Lv.O'an l'Uy.Ar 1 COp IIHp
soldiers of the Seminole Indian war THE PRIMARY SYSTEM. the Democratic. Voter Hrt-vard County the fourth District for the ensuing year. If I .aoa..r.......... Se.ef.rd ..........Lvj 10 SOt. 0:0:. 114 .,Ar..Ur.l'ltyJo .Lv U5p 5 lOp
omlidate tot am 'lected I will use my best endeavor to rarryn .
1 hereby announce myself cc a
and their widows
et 1854-67 have
I the office of Tax Collector of Hrevaid. Ouuty, tho business of the county honestly and fair.. No. 19 No.11 No.18 No 20
% 'been pensioned; the State has received "No.2. Mr. Stockton says that I subject to the action of the democratic"lIn..ry Iv. I respectfully solicit your votes and influence. MAYPORT I
to be held May 10, 11)04.) I earnestly solicit the Respectfully your., Sunday Daily: JJRANCK. Daily. Sunday:
larger appropriations for river and have always bitterly denounced the support of all my friend JOHN H. WYNN. only. pnly'ii

harbor improvements and; for the lo primary system. There Is no foundation 1C. W. HALL. 00& 4 .5pLY .............................Jackwtifl. ...... ......................Ar 88.a t OOp
cation and erection of public buildings In fact for this statement. I 11 OSa 4 83 i I' 1v......................_......!o. Jickaniii.............. .. ...... .. .. L. 8 Vla: 3 52p
waaaniono The taxpayers of the Fifth District hereby an- .. .... ... ... ... .. . .... .
FOR I'ROSKCUTINO ATTOUNBT. 11 40a 0 84" Ly.......... .. .. .Pabl. B..b. .. ... .... L' 7 bOa 3:0 p11411a
than in any similar period and those In the United States nounoe.J F. Boll an candidate. for the nlllce of S 23 1' ."_......................... Eel... .... .............. t. 7./la/ 3 lOp
of the To the Democratic Voter of Brevard County i County Commissioner from the Fifth District I (S V ...................................., ................ .... .........."....Lv Ibua 300p
your name appears on many (continued on page 3.) At the solicitation of many friends. f have subject to the action of the democratic primaryto .
i snost Important standing and special finally decided to become a condldate for the of. be beld May 10, 11104.
TAX P.\YERS. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP AT MIAMI.
for this at CONNECTIONS
of county
committee of the Senate which Hue pro ecutlng Attorney
the next ileuim-ratio. primary. I resnoctiully% IC.
shows that your Influence is felt.and licit your support. Your truly FOR REPRESENTATIVE. CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. & 0. S. S. COMPANY FOR
TROPICAL O. A. FKOST.
recognized in that body To the Democratic Voter of Brevard County i HAVANA KEY WEST AND NASSAU.
1 "Notwlthitanddng the. e facts you I hereby offer myself before the ilemocratkf) ,
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF 1'UBUC IN. primary. aa a candidate. for Representative fit
must' be aware that certain charges 8TRUCTION. the; next legislature.; If elected t pledice myself These Time Table how the time* at which trains mar be ex-iecteil. to a-rtve and depart
have been nuade against you In the PINE APPLE .. camllilate for In all respects to support the will of tte people from the '.'I'eral.t..tlone, but their arrival or oeparturx at the .lines muted Ii not itunranteed
I hfreby announce myseif a and to serve Brevard county to the best of my: nor does the Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or any: consequence arising there
newspapers and on the stump by the otttcti of Buiwrlnteiiilent of Plililio Inetrotifln ability. CLAUDE OLMSriCAD. from.
fur llrevard county nubjcct to the ileclalon .\
those who are opposing your returnto of the Ollw"eratlc primary..IOHN. .
he Senate. To be specific, it Is U. WALKER. STATE ATTORNEY. For Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other Information

charged: p TAR and I respectfully announce my candlnacy for the 'SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
position of Stain Attorney of tbe Seventh Judicial -
"1. That your election by corporate To the Democrats of lirevard County. Circuit of Florida subject to ilemocratlo

Influence was so brazen that the Being a candidate for County Superintendent nomination on May 10, 1004 I offer and pledge ._J.p. JtAJMTER. Asat. Gen. Pass. Agent.. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
of I'ulillo Instruction solicit the inltuencB of clean. and fearless administration of the duties
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people were abounded.V2 the ladle and the vote of the omen In primary of-he .above honorable office and respectfully
That are opposed to the primary election A'3'' 10th If nominated. I promise to solicit. the support of the elector of the Seventh -
you obedient! ,
WINE. be, In tact,your faithful and Bervt. Judicial Circuit or Florida. Official, Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association.
FU1.TZ.:/:
system. J. K. JOHN C. JONES Orlando. Fla. --
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I City"I. That and Chicago you denounced platforms.the Kansas FOR COUNTY TREASURER. The Chicago Net and Twine Co.

I hereby respectfully announce myself a* a
"4. That by unmistakable implication To My Friend t candidate for the office of State' Attorney of .
you were In favor of the Fowler has cured more bad I kindly ask your support for County Treasurer the Seventh Judicial Clrculr, subject to tbe Manufacturers of-
action of tbe democratic primary.
at the primary election, May 10, 1904.
asset currency bill and the Aldrich cases of Indigestion Your tnilv HKNR7. CECIL O. BUTT.Orlando. Fla.
JOHN
bill la the interests of the trusts. f-o

"5. That you went to Tallahassee La Grippe Stomach FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. STATE COMMITTEEMEN.-

during the last session of the Legislature candidate for I hereby offer myself for re-election* Member
I hereby announce myself all a
disorders Coughs and : of the State cvxeoutive; Committee for Brevanl
anit onpoaed the passage of the re-election to the office of county surveyor. for I county, and solicit the vote of those who are .o .
respectfully soliult the : .
Brevard county and | : latlstled wi h action on the comm'It-
anti-trust bill. Colds this winter than Votes anil support of all demur-rats. at the coming te... my present
"b. That through your Influence rebates primaries May 10th. Yours truly, W. J. TUCKER. :
obtained ALL OTHER remedies __J.0._ JP RIK8
were from the rail -- -- 1101t:2
roads for the C. B. Rogers Company. California Prune Wafers. ::
.",. That through these rebates competition combined. Colds Are Dangerous. tI'iSHING NETS and Netting of Every De'crlptlon-o
How often hear It remai Iced: "It's A pleasant and agreeable laxative Cord Rtc
J was stifled and that as a result you Deiiln-H ID :Seine Twine, Maitre Rope
wholesale house after wholesale .' only.a cold," and a few days later. learn painless. yet effective. Prescribed by Originators iWholeaate Prices direct to the Fishermen.
that tho man U on his back with pneu physicians, and recommended by all _' Ill.
< Chicago
70-81-8.i: E. Indiana, t. -
fcou.e tailed in Jacksonville) In '"
an et- I''I"; monla.. Thin I. of such common occurrence druggists as an Invaluable substltue for ... Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter...
lort to compete with that .company. that a void, however slight should pills and castor oil 100 wafers 25; cents

8. That you are under the 1 Influence not be dlnetarded. Chamberluln'sCough Red Cross Pharmacy Tltusvllle W> Are :Members of the IhlinoIsFiMbermeU'eA.mu.ciatlon._

of the Standard 011 Company. Remedy oouoteiacts any tendency to- --
ward pneumonia. It always cr.iea and
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"V. It Is also charged that you have .1.). U pleasaot to take. :Sold: by all drug' DO YOU GET UP
don.! nothing for Florida and deserve cr:: : XE: cSc o o
JJlSOO'VO"U.r p1.t; and medicine dealeis.Korea. o =: ..A S :s xi ?
no credit for the collection of the In. I .
dian claim. WITH A LAME BACK ? \7. Silt w. flay St., JACKSONVILLE. FLA.is .
war : being th innocent bystander. I

"AI your public duties require you X> will naturally have to bear the brunt of Trouble-Makes-You I
to be in :rgg1t Kidney Miserable.
Washington and hence can .
thplIol not these ox- ""C'Vrl.1o' : ; tlioTropical .4
reply to charges from the ; Almost everybody who reads the newspapers

stump your constituents, or at leasta nl1"1.1fao1\.1rors: : ; .., What She M....... la sure to know of the wonderful:

;number of them, think that you "Didn't I hear your wife refer to you cures made by Dr.Kllmer"SwampRoot..

should reply to them in some public a. the human mince pie?" said t:'e curious h1 .

j. manner, and for this purpose I tender lrF person. _x the great kidney liver
and bladder ,
L 1 remedy.
you the use of the columns ol .,.,. Yes" answered Mr. Sirtua'Darker. .4. It Is the great medical -

the Ocala Banner. Very truly a. "Is that a compliment""Not -.11 triumph of the nineteenth

"FRANK. HARRIS." exactly. She means that I never hi century; discovered 14o

agree with anybody." Washington I _- after years of

I "Air. Frank Harris, Ocala, Fla.: SU > Iii Hh scientific Dr. Kilmer research the eminent by _

My Dear Sir-Yours of the 14th in. ICeaU It Through li.Twonld II. kidney and blad- ;__ 6Qt
slant tendering me the columns ol --- der specialist and Is
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1 the Ocala Banner to reply to certain Spoil Thin Story to Tell It la the wonderfully successful in promptly curing

charges !made, by my opponent in the HeiMlllnes. lame back. kidney bladder, uric acid trou- Doze

Heuatorlal campaign which charges To use an eighteenth century phraafto bles: and Brlghfs Disease which Is the worst

Is an "o'er true tale." having hap form of kidney trouble.Dr. I .
P enumerate ha this I DcirvcReo
b
you > faQ ?
en
received. Kilmer Swamp-Root Is not
pened In a small Virginia town In the s recommended S
and I take pleasure In availing myself winter of lOOi it Is a story very much of for everything but If you have kid-

of your kind offer. I deprecatea the present.' Up to a.horUltne ago Mrs. ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found $ 1229

contest: so full of misrepresentation John K Harmon, of Melfa Station Va., Just the remedy you need. It has been tested

as to make this reply seem Manufacturing had no personal knowledge; of the rare In so many ways, in hospital work in private
necessary.
.' I curative properties of Chamberlain's practice among the helpless too poor to purchase Agents for the Pabst lirewlng Co.
began my campaign at Remedy.' "Last January" she ) relief and has proved so successful

Punta Oorda without personal allusion Cough"my baby took a dreadful cold and every case that a special arrangement has

to any candid/ate-indeed, I said says atone. time I feared she would have pneumonia been made; by which all readers of this paper

I I would not complain if others sought Company but.one of ray neighbors told me who have not already tried It. may have a
remedy bad cured her little boy sample bottle sent free) by mall also a book
( the office; that it was a high and how this JOB PRINTING
about and how
It to telling more Swamp-Root to
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baby at once
and I began giving my
konorable .
one. worthy of the ambition
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. and It soon cured her. I heartily thank find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
ef any man-and I shall us* no personalities the manufacturers of Chamberlain's When writing mention reading this generous

here only in so far as itsflrtssary Cough Remedy' for placing; so great a offer In this paper and Executed at the office of the

/ to acquaint. you, and within my reach. I cannot recommend send your address to .::_
-Sold by- cure Dr Kilmer&Co..Blne- 11111bmton. '...
Aiough you. the people of Florida, U too highly or say too much In ...

wiu! all the facts.NOTHING Red Cross Pharmacy, IU try favor.It and be I hope convinced all who as read I waa.this" will For regular,fifty N. cent Y. The and HOMitoot.. EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.I

aleby all druggists and medicine)dealer dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. .

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I professional Oarda. 1 TALIAFERRO'S REPLY. ting the Improvement of rivers and : He.Won't D/ \

1i harbors. Ten years ago the businessof
1I i
(continued from page 9) the ports of Florida was Inslgnlfl- >> \ "ia a remark often made

M. ROBBINS, I cant compared to what it Is today. fleshy man The remark express '
I CEO popular< recognition of the fact that i
. As an exanupie. the business of one
COUNSELOR Senate who strenuously endeavoredto sign of consumption ia emaciation: 'J
f. ATTORNEY AND /
I Florida. port has grown from less
bring to vote the resolution to of flesh. On '
AT-LAW. I than a million dollars annually to I .
other hand a
1I&i
amend
the Constitution to provide for
: twenty flve millions The \ in flesh is ,' e I '
" will practice la State and Halted States the election of United States Senator over /< a1'tii\ ,
freights have sought the cheaper or : sign that wn
Court. by direct Tote of the people-a dineutei be-- I
are
I wster haul made available by t
TITUSVILLE FLA.. step! far in advance of Mr. Stockton. deeper ) cund.In'iated.
:: Office at ,
A water and such improvement
- Remedy That No Ones ; as : peo I I
progresses so will the business! of with obstinate

:: L. GAULDEN, Afraid To Take, THE PARTY PLATFORMS that port increase to the advantage g b a, bleeding I I! it

- D. of both producer and' consumer. night-sweats f' III
"No. S. He asserts that 1 denounced j
:; ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup "I have made some Inquiry into weakness, have I

has been used in thousands cf homes for the Chicago and Kansas City plat the system of rebates alleged to have perfectly! "
7': Will practice in all the Courts of the State by the use of
'. ot riorlitof and the United States Courts fifty-two years with perfect confidenceand forms. obtained some years ago, and am Informed Pierces Golden .

: 4.0 Box 2311. TITUSVILLE, rLA. the most remarkable results. "This statement is also wholly un by reliable parties that as :.\ Discovery. !'
'
The great success of this remedy is due the result of. a rate war between several step ,
founded. On the contrary, I have Invariably (
:: LJ. WEBB, to the fact that its formula (which con. Mood fairly and squarely on competing railroad, freight conces- cure in were ounce re- I' ,

.. 1' slats of Buchu Hydrangea, Mandrake, Democratic platforms, and without stone, or rebates were given-not : pound of in. r

:: ATTORNEYATLAWWill Yellow Dock, Dandelion, Sarsaparilla, 'exception have supported and voted 'tD one firm alone as Mr. Stockton weight I l

:: practice in the Courts of the 7th Gentian, Sauna and Iodide of Potassium) for the nominees of Democratic Con would have you believe-but to I there is gain

.. Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents has been freely published. Tcntion' Can Mr. Stockton say as wholesale merchants generally at eal1 e the is wanting being I
:: aDd rent and accounts collected. ocniipetlng points."In i
Doctors and Druggists everywhere do much )" cured.

:: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. not hesitate to recommend a preparation "No. 4. Mr. Stockton declares that his attack upon the C. B. Rogers \ Will H.Whttmlr. ,
,. Company, why does Mr Stockton ... Rocking-. t''"
which they know contains the best. he is unalterably opposed to the Fowler Co. Va.. write* : "Our non contracted- I'
: D. PENNEY known remedies for all auet currency bill and the Aldrich sr> studiously conceal from the public : told about the nest nf July. rap!\ and hud a _,
: A. correcting Irreg. the fact that he was connectedwith cough. We cnllc-il it iliiLliir Int< h. pro f. f ,
ularities of the Liver Kidneys or Blood bill and seeks to create the '.* I
,
.
.. Impression that I favor these a wholesale house which also : ,,, rouble, An.t lie liifurmt u'e that my ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and the diseases caused the failure measures. .. t
by of liable die at any til'*- He told mm .
:: FLORIDA. The facts are that no Senatorwas received rebates in the same rate If we could keep the hn", .rh.1, tot_open.
these functions ?
p TrrUSVILLE to perform their proper war? Has he conveniently forgottenIt .,..f run him, but after trentliiK him, several
more emphatically opposed to niul eon jrrowlnir, wore nil the time I
p Will practice in all the courts of the 7th work. those bills than I, and> I was active ?!' Let IM refresh! his memory. Mr. .,,,,1.,1 my to try Dr! IMetre DoUIrn :Medical{
g Judicial) Circuit. Thousands of sick ones to whom life Stockton waa one of the members of ..." and J'\f'Ulint\ ....11"1.,' 1 hnil writ ,'
In the fight that defeated the Aldrich nlnuMt mtritcultMm. cures brought about.
p; --- has been a burden have written grateful bill--the only one ot the two that the Tampa Commercial Company' : UN* nf the e ine-IIHnca, and of cntime I J
wtmtlerftll luith in them He unetl Three
p FROST, letters that others might profit by their. came before the Senate for consideration. established! largely through his el nr 'unldenMnUcalli.envery'athume l i
I GA. experience forts. (He had' been In the wholesale '::! :: : vial; nf the! Prlleu.' and WM then writ II 4 '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW > lo go to Wmt Virginia, Inking a miiiply. ,
Bu)(>Mmo OROVB Tex: NOT. H 1J02.I'wal.ufl'rlnll "The purpose of the Aldrich bill grocery or grain business with William him. 1 urn )jimt lit reirt|>l of a letter runn, 1

Will practice In all the Courts of the 7th kidney trouble, and terribly Bent with to lndlRrHtlon druggist and for was, not as Mr. Stockton'implies to Root in Jacksonville, and. fmm''''.which VftVjtttk. quote V u/awsell aedA"rdr .,

Judicial Circuit. something to relieve me. my lame currency, but to distribute thesurplus' through his experience In the tun I Common Sense Medical Adviser, '
I Ai he lent me a package! of Dr. Thncher'i ness, induced others to embark with large p"Kett ill eent fire on receipt cif .
: : TrrosviLLB, FLORIDA.. Liver and Blooil Syrup I concluded to try It, in the United States Treasury of only.
to mailing
1, and now I am deeply grateful to my druggUtaa in times of. stringency among the him in the Tampa enterprise This pay cent expense] for the cloth-
31 one Stalllp"
well aa to you.I
p i i A. MORGAN, had been aufTerer from theme things ands national banks upon their deposit aa company: received rebates JIlt1t as did '! volume or only }l stamps for the -

P .' FREDERICK and general hud run-down received condition for relief ten yearn from, security of State, county, municipaland other companies I at competing 'points In p"per coyer Addicwi. Dr. K. '
only
;; :r Abstracts of Title. other medictnca. But after temporary ualn Knot quite two railroad bonds. A surplus in the Who' solicited the rebates, or e. DuOalo, N, Y.nrokru .
I packageaof your Liver and Blood Syrup I ferl I whether they were solicited. at all, 1 _
r REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, a. Htoutanit Hearty\ aa I ever did in my life,and Treasmry can result only from unnoce I
I am aiitittfied, that I am entirely cured. I fed i xary taxation. There should be no do not know. I did not, certainly. I llrniirhei. .

p Loans,' Notary Public. no Ivmt'lonu whatever of..kidney trouble, and, uniiecesaary taxation and therefore no They began I am told when a steamship : I 111'11 from iicvlilent\ the olTwt nt ,''t
v my digestion ia a. good any living man a I
- Collections Typewriting, Stenography1.TITUSVILLB I can now eat whatever I choose : considerable surplus. Unnecessary line was estlhllshedbetwe<,n nr l hr, a largo: \brunch of 1tr(-" I
I never had any remedy Kin me inch quick: Mobile and Tampa, which into .. ..' cut trnitioniflly, li'iivlnjr u
FLA.. and permanent relief and I can not put a correct taxation U. in the nature ot using the put
e.timat.. on the value your medicine has Uovernment for extortion and to extort Tampa the Jacksonville freight rate. or uiin to ln' cut iijrnlil Clew" to the t
been to me I would not take any amount of In the month of Juno. ndvUfn
i\ r
for it. Very gratefully you raJ. from the people for Jacksonville up to that time having ,
I O A. FROST. WADE II. JO.NKS.A : money money any
C. BROWN. < !i'ntlt>nmti 'Orr'l4llOlIIt'nt.| }
"
purpose Is in open violation of Dem been practically the basing polgt for 1 ,1;
: FROST A JONES If you n*..11" m.* twelve and "l>r. Thac/ter'.
JlrnltH. ltok. wrong"I 'lampa merchants could buy a barrelof uGty'.4Thdw'r \

.:: REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE fitve!>'. imptlf if/mtttotnm oak for yow a fri(o try t#. tt at our also opposed the discrimination flour and have It delivered\! < at Tarn : ; niTer One Hundred) Dollars Iteward l)

Zkoans and Collections. Pen.,. VT9 knee what it trill ifo.fur in favor of national banks contemplated pa by the Mobile line for the same1 oiintt of Catarrh that cannot be' il 1 t
.f male lip all J>"... '.'_tii'O *iefoen -SO It would Jacksonville 1 lUU'a\ Catarrh Cure
freight: cost a by
r TirusviLi.K FLOKIDA.C and $1.00.T114Cl1RR, by the bill as well as the ac
merchant to have a barrel of flour > ( J. riiKNiir Co, ['I'OI.M'l'olodn.O.
' > MIrDICINR CO., ceptance of railroad bonds as security 'I 1 i
' 1 Chattanooga, Ten,.. for Government delivered 1 from, the west! at Jackson' ; the under 1Itllt'd, have known F. ,",' ;
C A. WORLKV. R. II SKIMOITB.AT : money. vtlle. Some of the railroads runningout for the hint I 13 years' and l e- '1
D him honorable In all busU '
mary.'f perfectly
rORLEY & SEYMOUR, ANOTHER UNTRUE STATEMENT. of Jacksonville resented this, being t trniiNiirtlonii 'and tlnanolully able to i

! threatened as they argued, with out any obligations made by their I
'ey ATT O RNE YS-AT-I,A\V. No. 6. Mr. Stockton says that 1 great long of business through the '

'_ Do a general practice In State and Fedp ccmpetltlon, of the steamship line. In & Truav. Whal *ala (DruggUt, I
at Tallahassee
wa during the session
eral Courts. Special attention given order to retain the business they cut .. ", O. Waldlntf, Klnniin bMar- I
; to admiralty practice. of the last Legislature fighting the the rate. There cuts Wliohmale DrnggUU, Toledo O.
were in retaliation
.. Catatrll, Cure In taken Intoiiially '
J
FRIS hit AMJ Fr.A. anti-trust bill ,
p ELL BUILDING ,
P +t, backward and forward, and it illreot.ly upon the blood. and<<1 mu- 1
- Ij This statement is also: wholly un was in this war that the wholesale. 1 itiifnuoH of the I HVKtuni.. i'rlee7bota\ ) \

CTEPUEN E. FOSTER: founded. Indeed by what strange houses Including the Tampa' Commercial >ttl t'lolcl1J'Io all druggists Teutl-!

_ I prO(' !lS of reasoning can he reconcile! Company, were given re \ l .. freo, KrtH'a( Family rills are t
A TTOtt EY-A LAWi! .
-
his statement with the fact that In bates I am further Informed that \ I

Dyal-Upchuich Building, Jax Washington I voted for the antl-trust the rebates were of no direct benaflt' :

JAOKSONVILLE, FLA. bill and for every Democratic. amendment to any of the wholesale house*-that ,' ; J Ji

offered thereto? eVEry' dollar rut from the freight rate I FAMOUS TRAINS,

VT\ S. BURNIIAM: M. I). "tt Is true that I went to Tallahassee had also to be cut from the price of _

1.4. as I conceived it to .be my duty groceries by the wholesale dlnaleirs i

te bn there and discuss generally with In order to hold the trade In the disputed &. Florida Limited" I
SURGEON and SPECIALIST,
Ij
members the needs of their sections territory. So that, attar all, It j

Ear, Nose and Throat. and to ascertain their views upon appears that the consumer was benefited ( ':, JACKSONVILLE:,

WEST PAI.M It!EACH, FLOMI questions of national import I I had by the competition, prices to CHICAGO and HT. LOUIS '

.- no word to say on the subject of him ''being necessarily lower In consequence ; train U niuuatail civnr the ,"..,tut Una i !

IIOUGIITOVS' State legislation other than to_ favorliberal of the rebates. When the ,',, Ht AIII.I1\ Jnckoonvllln' Cl Iritiro.
\
p\H. LiinU the "ltlkw.C auhudul
slls (!
; I
!' I appropriations for educational\ Mobile ship were taken off some two hours ?I

purposes. I wish to see the young years ago the freight war ended, I train I I. the auimlaril, nt p.rfml Ion In 1 pa*. r I
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon men and young women of Florida so am told, and with it the rebates ana | ourvlKO,nmmlmlnici Itr I'lilltniui, VeitllHilml. 1 I
mom, "I."I'IIIIC.| Ciinipurtiiiunt, Lilnlntf I i
the "Dentos, equipped as will enable them to successfully aa 1 understand the rebates have not .'Inn Can. '

compete !In every walk' of ceea) given since. ... rtt Aiiifimtlno, T :1:111: a. m.| Jacbuoiivilla I
Now AT DAS"roYA.F l : ",. Arrive Clilimgra: 4 ID: p, 111,1| HI. Uinli,
lifle with the youth of any State. I ,s | in.

E. BUCK, appeal to each and every member' of FANNING FLAMES OF PREJUDICE"Mr -( --

that Legislature each speaking for liTho Dixie Flyer"

C. M. BROWN himself to If I Stockton has sought
say sear approaoheilMm to preJudice
Stockton Main\ St. and
& Budd Building, to CHICAGO j j1d1'
or attempted to Influence algainst the people of Florida by allegIng ( ( )

Jacksonville.\ Rooins.13:: lU,17.< The People's Candidate for the antl-trut bill that the C. D. Rogers Companywas LOUIH. ;

:DENTIST. GOVE1I7N0R OF FLORIDA. the only firm receiving rebates.He "'"...V..UhUI..11"Ha"h'j-.N.tn ('hh"'II"| and.", slaying HI L .ula' 4
even went tar ton. Atlanta(,b"CCII"uola.Lo ,k-
Crown: and Bridge Work, THE REBATE ALLEGATION so as to nay that \ Mwwn.) and NI.h"III. ( ,
the competition' ol this
Porcelain Inlays; company, ...JarknmvllleA:05: p.m. Arrive Chioseo< 1
56 YEARS A CITIZEN OF "No. e. Mr. Stockton says thai armed with rAbAt. to the H .rlTantage : in.r) )'.1.<...1.,1.. ni. the second morning.
IIIgL-claes Plate work. THIS STATE.A through my influence rebates were of competitors, caused failure :. l > Rliwliig. oar renervatlona tin either the i. j
train. ., or any ol hat Information, write or "
obtained for the C. B. Rogers Com after failure among the wholesale. .
:r- OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, W
houses ef Jacksonville" ......
Cheap, at this office. pany. K. J. WALKBIt, rut Aicent. J
"He brings forward an affidavit ota "At St. Augustine, when I asked ., Chattanooga: ; & Mt. Loins Ky.
Soldier Under General K E. Reneke which states that In him to name the that had .t Hay Ht. Jankioiivllnl, Kin
: TRUSTWORTHY GENTLE-: Mr. companies :
WANTED ..... _
lady for an In old.vh established county to house nianarbiiHlneHS of,, Lee from First to Last Day. 1I8'J: (mark well the date), 1890, 1891 failed, bo said that J, H. Tyien had! t

ollil flnan-siol, tanilinic. A straight, bona. ode and 1892 and again from 1894 to tailed, that W. S. Wlghtnvan had fall4. ;

'h'nekly with awry.a.l expense of' .18..OO direct paid by from check heailouartora.each Mun- 1897 be. Renake. was connected1 with and that there were other failures \ I ; GRIPPEI

Money, nilvauceil for expenrox. Knol<_ ad- Carries four "Yankee" bul- the F. C. A P. Ry., and that In those which. be did not then recall | I

7 (-J-n11,nvelojw. Manager, 3UO Caxton Jlldy., lets as a gentle reminder of years he checked off vouchers lor 'Mr Tysen has since pronounced I: _

largit sum In rebates for the C. B. In publU print the statement of Mr \ follow La Orlpp t

J The Largest and Most Com that great bloody struggle. Kogr Company I was not connecter Stockton to be a slander I never fOllow. the nee of I

with that company In 1889, and "'Mr.V1gbtman, 1 am since Informed /! ,
olere Establishment South. '
had no connection with it nor interestin did not fail but retired on account IPI Honey J

GEO S HACKER &: SON TILE, FRIEND OF it until nearly two years after Mr. of his health when he was doIng and Tar '

THE PEOPLE. Reneke says be began checking / a satisfactory and profitable busiress. \

those rebates, and the fact is, I have It then remain. for Mr. Stockton \ : j
( the Cough and heals tll.laD "
,
liner la my life asked a railroad fora ta make good his statement that
81
Pneumonia and Coninmptlon.
rebate for myself or anyone else. there was failure after failure among II

H S HIS :PLATFORM. 1 became Interested in the company. the wholesale grocery bourse ofJatknonvllle. O. VAOB.B, ol 1ST Ourood it, Qkleafot j of '

December 19, 1890, and about a year : "X, wife bait b grippe *aJltlrt h.v I +

f The farming and laboringmen afterwards was elected vice-president, "If he falls to do this, It neeme tome trr bad ongh oa her fonts whlak
I .BOMBS tM lord I.*.! .* t ",
AMD
. his flitt conuJtratlon. without duties or compensation and be stands convicted before the aoiaf ?

I had nothing whatever to do with conservative and unprejudiced citizensof Iteil Crows 1-"RrmliCY.
FOB HONEST
; GOOD "WAGES the management of the concern and Florida of making wholly wanton --..--- t 1. (4'
-
WORK. ever bought or sold for It a single and Irresponsible statements to the
'
., LIBERAL PENSIONS. Lib- pound of groceries or anything else Injury even of the credit of solvent IF YOU WANT A..- / :

"1 am not a defender of freight discrim4natlons !business men and 1 good citizen _
POLICY. The Pri
1 eral School
: and I believe In full ac-

MANUKAOTURERS OK mary. The 'Railroad Commission. jord with my party, that there should INSULTS INTELLIGENCE."See .Building Lot '4

Hard Boad Econom b. a Railroad Commission la every .. 1

Doors, Sash, Blinds ical Administration Paymentof ; plate as well as an Interstate Commerce too how Mr. Stockton endeavors "

the State Debt Begru'atlonof Commission for the protection to Insult your Intelligence! tie BUIMUSO READY FOIl OCCUPANCY, '
lot with
or a a '
Mcalding & Building Material! Criminal Corporations and .f shippers and both equipped with says that competition was stifled onto LAND FOR AN ORANGE OKOVK. s. I I

ucL: powers as will Insure the one hand, and, on the other, almost '
Office:; Warerooms. King opposit Trusts prompt and equitable adjustment of In the same breath and with PINKAPPLK PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN ., t'. "

Cannon Street.Charleston all questions which may: arise be- blind and Illogical rag, attacks the We probably have for sale just what you are seeking.\ '

S. C. A MAN OF DEEDS. twten shipper and carrier. Wholesale Grocer Association ot Settlors are flocking In but still there Is room. If yon are .'I
1Iac"on"l1Ie. composed of twenty-flve
,
Sash Weights Cord m\ -A_ LOWER FREIGHT RATES.It competing houses, which could not looking this way, drop n line to

83T": When answering advertisements be In existence: let alone compete JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-rre ldent.

Hardware. in these columns you would confer a may be added that the Florida if, as be says, competition bad been ,
favor by saying you saw the adyt. In the FLORIDA EAST COAST K'Yv / s
doing delegation has been an Important stifled. Those houses grew up from : ', ',
: By so
Window and Fancy Glass EAST will COAST receive ADVOCATE.better attention from factor in obtaining lower freight rates act over fire In business seventeen / ST. AUOTJSTINE. FLA.

S A sPEO1 LTY. the you advertisers f.r Florida by siiccesawkilly: advoca ream. ago to over twonty-ttva la bu l- < f

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.. EAST COAST ADVOCATE MARCH 25. 1804.

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ADVOCATE. FARMERS IN POLITICS. -188J: -21st ;year- -1004- JAMES. PBITCHAKD, President; WM. M. BROWN, VlcelVeslclent.W. .
EAST COAST ,' 8. BBANSINO, Aist. Cashier


Farmers and fruit growers (or The Geo. H Fernald Hardware Co. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
VLOPHXHT -
*WHKLT JOURNAL DEVOTED: TO THa D "old hayseeds" aa they have been .

OF TH. INDIAN BIVBB LAKE
called.) are frequently warned to ,

WORTH AND BIHOAYBB BAT SHOTIOJIi.PUBLISHKD keep politics out of any new organ. rL A OUI IS* 13 S43E-TO3E COUNTY DEPOSITORY

BVBRY FRIDAT. ization they may form. Now polItics w Authorized capital, $1OOCOO
rightly and honestly considered Paid
up capital $4OOOO
c.ts8: H. WALTON Editor jfc lul>ll.her. is nothing but a means for PLUMBING, STEAM V.ND GAS FITTING. BUILDING SUPPLIES.;J Average deposits, S15O.OOO

-- -- securing good government, and why
.. be made
must
Discontinuance of should not farmers as well as other
really: at this ofDre! or by writing. Transacts a General
SANFORD FLORIDA.
folks be interested in good government Banking

Ghe lteto., may be made payable to CHARLESB. and combine for the purposeof ..
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WALTON, publisher.In securing!! it ? Combination Is Business

-. In writing to the AD-VOCATB: for Informa the order of the day, and why should ?door iazlc1. window; D"'ra.D:10s.' : M I aid
I + Ldrgest Oldest Bank on the River
Won o\ toy kind tho writer will oblige by enclose not farmers combine as well as ,
tug a stamped ? when
other
not
people Possibly
tl8 ghouls make them for you. Wed o it cheaper and better,. Countries
BOSTON OI"FIC'JC-'rIiR RAsp COAST Anvo- combined they form an easier prey Our latest Improvement is ,- 1 ---

OATH oston has which opened will nn ho ollln"In charge atK>4 Atlantic of Mr.avenue Claude to designing, self-seeking men. The BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLEYS, 1f1 f treatment 1'atronage.ppreeinted.,and every favor Prompt conxlntent service with, polite

Q. Walton. officials in a county, by combination and you should Insist. on getting these In your frames orvative banking granted.CORRFRPONPENTB cun

Address all communications to and active work, can control When you have any building to do, write !

EAST COAST ADVOCATE ten times their number of uncom- EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY. Phoenix National, Hank N. Y.. Ktiiplre State
i Ti tint Company N. .National Bank of Jack
TITUHVII.I.B. FIX>BIDA. blned farmers.. Perhaps it is unwise General office EAU GALLIE, KLA. sonville. Jacksonville, Flue.rrlT .
.-- .-- .--,-- --- for farmers to organize distinct -Yards at Titusville, Eau Oallle, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach" svzaLE rz.

U. Department of Agriculture and nominate .. .. .
political parties -- -- -- --- .. ,
-- --- ----
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---
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. special candidates, but it is eminently KIAMiSHA, LAIn, N. Y. -- -

wise for them to combine
The following is a comparative statement and throw their Influence for nominating MeMurray & Baker
of temperature and rainfall for the
,
week ending Tuesday, Mar. 22, 1001. good men, and in support of KIAMKSIIA LAKE
inside of of the Kiamesha Inn '
--190,1-- -1903- good measures one SULLIVAN COUNTY
,
DATR.IK MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. two great political parties which 401.414 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
( 78 fill 78 (It) NEW YORK.
have always existed in the United
-Makers and Jobbers of-
17 73; 07 78 09
18 78 t8{ 79 08 States. The two great parties,

19 70 01) 70 07 under different names have always This "New Rookledge" of the North, nestles in the mountains by the Vehicles Harness and Material
80 : Carriage Wagon
20 80) Oil) 7 divided upon fundamental principles
21 70 (J7 79 73: of government; one advocating side of a beautiful lake, 2,000 feet above sea level. ,
22 83 70 80 74
-.Total rainfall for the week: .06 strong, centralized government, the Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
Departure from normal rainfall for the other a limited central government, Exquisite climate. All modern conveniences. Large airy rooms.

week: minus ,54 Inches. Departure with home rule of states rights. > Bowing Alleys, Golf and Tennis. First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.

from normal rainfall since January 1, These tendencies will ,
two -------------- ---
opposing ------ -------- --- ------- -- -- --------
minus 4.00 Inches.
HAL. r. IlAiimw, Observer always exist in a government like Most reasonable rates,
TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
---- -. ---- ours, and, though overshadowed at
times by other issues of a transient
PAINT your houses and fences II. R. SHARES, Proprietor.IN .

and Mane keep your yards attractive.neat and clean. nature two,great will always political form parties.the basisof All Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

y your place efforts to establish parties outside
contentions for office between ANNOUNCEMENTS.
*
.
...
--- -- failed
l issues
of these two great hive;! democrats, reliance upon their respective

WHEN a merchant advertises in in ,the past "nd arc likely 'lo fail in records as citizens! as Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....

the. local paper he generally does so the futurr. Furmers.!, 'therefore! like democrats and an public servants, FOR STATE SENATOR.:

for two purposes-to bring business other people, should organize to exert Id practically Indispensable.! Hence I hereby nnnounoe. myself. ns a candidate, at Offices foot ol Hogan Street Jacksonville Florida Telephone No. 262.

to his store, and people to the town. their influence within these the pending campaign; is one essentially the apt i nomination roHchlnir:: primary for State election hemitor, for:;: the from Memocratlc the. J. MUNNEULYN General
Manager
Merchants who take interest in Thirteenth Senatorial Dlntrlct ol Florida.F. .
any partiec.becaueepuch a course prom. Involving the civic merits, M.HUDSON,Tlhlialu, Fla.
their town should never fail to advertise ----- ---- ---------- -
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what desire. -------- --
l lees li-ot to secure they the political! fidelity and the valueof .t

their business for strangersare Clubs of various kinds and names the public! !services! or the several FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. EstabliHliocI drain and Seed House In the State
always looking for a town to have formed within these .
,
organizations
l.ecoiue the
gentlemen who aspire to ;! To My Democratic Friends;
settle In, where there are up.to.date, should not farmers'
; why political chosen candidates the demncrlt tic Yielding to the argent request. of many voters,
hustling merchants, with big atccks I Wrri..ASours: cSS:i OO.
; clubs be formed in like manner for the offices which are to nowanuonncemyaelfasacandidatefortheofw >
of party ftVeof Prosecuting Attorney for this county sub-
goods. ..not to the action of the ,
be filled at the ensuing election. democratic primary toe
-'- --- I. held' on the loth day rf May ItM( '4, and solicit
i _ The four candidates for nonama- your kind suuuort. Respectfully,' GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS
JACKSONVILLE still continues to ,
)\I.OoL JsMl'rH.
tion to the Governorship-Hrown,
build at a rapid rate, and the TAX REDUCTION.
burned district! is being rapidly Broward, Mays and Davis ; and the .'MU.M. Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers
four who seek the nomination as Other announcements on page f 2,, .S
covered with as fine buildings as The members of the Jacksonville United States Senator-Call, Jen. ST. Loum,I1f 112 EI\8tBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

may towns.be Business seen in blocks many and northern hand. Board of Trade are after the Tax nings, Stockton and Taliaferro, FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING Agts.; for fui ma Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.

Assessor of Duval county, and say easily command the paramount attention remember the ADVOCATE office,
i some residences are in order all
the city and although the the people must have their'taxes of the democratic electorsof --------------- = ; + e. 3 Ld! EfIII'.Fa+eE3 3 rfe Cseed -
over ;
reduced. At a recent meeting the the state. This is a good timeto
metropolis of Florida was stunnedfor VISIT The moat peculiar and Interest. "
a while, she is now convalescent Board adopted the following resolution compare notes and ascertain |fog sight ,In America. r
where each stands, now that one.
: Potatoes.SPAULDING'S
and it will not be very long TilE FLORIDA
half of the campaign period, inter .
"Whereas, There IB a universal complaint
before she is fully restored to
per. among our citizens at the unprecedented vening between the meeting of the I
feet health and happiness. and high tax levied for Duval State Committee and the date of I Ostrich FarmCo. I 4

.- --- ---- ---- county for the year 11)03) : has ROSE No. $3.25 Bbl.
election elapsed.
the .
SENATOR TALIAFERRO refutes Mr. "Whereas. This Board of Trade la primary ra1 BLISS TRIUMPH, $3.OOHEBR'ON "
composed of the bulk of the taxpayers ---------- JACKSONVILLE.
Stockton's charges in a dignified of the county; Foley's kidney Cure makes the kidneys lJ1 $2.75" II
manner, and he has given some con. "Whereas It Is tL"" opinion of this and bladder right.; Contain nothing injurious I Garden and Field Seeds.

vincing argument against i 1\\[ r.Stockton's Board that some steps should assessment be taken the : Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy : :L. C1.EJ.MT7 tON. See L :mAn, ,
claims to red uoe the county tax to
to recognition
' by normal condition; therefore, be It 1 East Bay St.. Jacksonville Fla. j
the democratic party. We cannotsee "Resolved, That the chair appoint a Dade County Land For Sale. :

what Mr. Stockton has done for committee of seven members to Investigate + ,. rC7r 43.asf-R lliCo-
the them in sending the cause of the excessive: countytax
people, to warrant sale the northeast quarterof
For cheap,
levied for 1IOU, and that the said committee .
him to Washington ; while near- southeast quarter of section 3, town. r
the for
devise a plan whereby tax
everybody knows Mr. Taliaferro's county purposes may hereafter be reduced ship 38, south of range 41 east; close to -- .... -

record. The political manners of and report results to this Board." O. K. Wood's pineapple 40 plantation on ">= ----...,- -- -::
St Lucie River; acres. -
the two candidates are such a contract Probably Brevard and Dade wanta Also, the northeast quarter, of north-

that there should be no difll- little stirring up, also. east quarter of section 18, township 88,
culty in deciding who to vote for at south of range 41 east; on south fork ofSt.

the coming primaries. Senator Luole River; 40 acres Apply to I .
----- -Y -
CHAS. II. WALTON,
Taliaferro is choice.CONGRESSMAN .
our Titusville Fla.
CANDIDATES' need not scowl and

grow red in the face hurling bitter
,''UOHT. W. DAVIS is invectives at each other in a vain Notice. FJZ ANGE

a very popular man, and has served! : effort to open the eyes of the peo- C

the state of Florida long and faith ple to the shortcomings of their opponents TITU.VIU.*, KLA., March 8, toot. x

fully in Congress., He wants to be and at the same time hide In the mutter of the petition of H. H. Hancock f
governor of this state, and it is the their own deficiencies from public et aI1..r.. new voting district at Tnntie It, I 14 JIAJw IAL
Is hereby..,deredI.t the grayer of the petition
generally accepted opinion that the scrutinysays the Pensacola Journal. ere btt granted and that a new voting dlHtrlct be

people will put him there on the They may rest assurred that and botmdurlnatowitt the since. In hereby Beginning| eNtaMlshB.l at the with Westernboundary the Nearly:MINI Kittantlo birds landing. 8 to to feet. .

10th of JNIuy.\ Congressman Davis the voters will be pretty well acquainted iHMind line try of line Brevard of Township County No on !the*Southof Northern high hatched.tulde,weighing.eggs,ostriches. :25o to 4'K'I..d.! buoy eucli.ostriches Ostrichhaste Hay, Grain, Flour, Meal, Grits,

hall been known to the editor of with them before they Range 35 East, thence run Kant on Bald rowe just< escort vlHltors through the farm explaining
this paper ,for many years, and we cast their ballots for them. Thereis I, ship thlrtyaevenICH't.thenceSouthalong Hue to the Eastern boundary line,..of..I Range Range all about the birds, their nests habits, LI.D:1o.: : : 00X10xa."t;, XHto..

have always found him to be able, scarcely transaction in life I the South boundary line of Biward. plumaae etc.
any ( "unty. thence West on .hi l South bmm.laryUna Weight and Quality Guaranteed -
conscientious and devoted to Flori. to which the expression "a pig ina of Brevard County, to the Western
da and its people. There is noth. boundary line of lalil Hrevar.1 County -- -------
applies with more genuine
poke" thence North along the said Western boundaryline THE ANHEUSER BUSCH
smallaboutCongreasman Davis meaning than to the matter of voting of Hre"ar.l C..unty"the \.lweofbeginning. "
Including Township" 88 _*: 87"nttt of Range. <>TICE::
so we want him to be governor of for a candidate with whom wo 86.all and 87 t.oat.: "The number of .aid voting) _
Florida.IN this district l Is No. 17 and the voting place to beat Brewing Asso's.rsmous
are not acquainted. And acquaintance or near the rust office at Tantte.
-- -- should not be gained JOHN WALKBB, To Packers and Growers of Pineapples and

sharp contrast with the alt. simply through the medium of Chairman of Board of County Commliulonen St.Louis Keg and Bot- Tomatoes

k surd campaign claims of Governor campaign statements and platform Attest (ct at Ileal) Brevard County: Florida.A. tled Beer. :

Jennings, his recent pointless attempts promises, but should be acquired Clerk.A.Circuit STeWART Court. O.By A.STKW"'RT.D. C. Sold by Messrs.r.A.Losley' and Before you purchase your Paper for

at criticism of Senator R.L. Motlnw. ,Titunllle,I'la.
careful fair and conscientious
chiefly by a -
Taliaferro, and his present attitudeof study of the candidate's Notice. &By Mr.R.L. Motlow Cocoa,Fla.JOSEPHZAPF. wrapping, it will pay you to write us for

unreasoning antagonism to record as a public official private samples and prices. AVe can furnish
everything which Florida's you
representatives citizen: -or both-aa the case may

in Congress stand for, be. If the government is ever to -r State A. CL of('ROOCOMI'TROLLElt Florida; ,do certify that a OF HanMnir TilE Sole different grades an different colors.

he, himself, only a year ago, in his be wrested from the grasp of M Association under. the name. of the P tamers' Agent.
located at Jn en. Florida andorfr1&nla
I
official message to the Legislature, shrewd, designing and unscrupulous Security Bank under the iJiws of Florida, has com- 610 to 620 West Bay Street, Money saved in buying is .
Laws of the
State ef
gave the delegation that just and and office-holders 1.I.ltb. the Hanking
the
politicians before) commencing buslnms of
true appreciation for public services it must be done by putting con hank lorida In*.aud thaw" by virtue of the authority JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .". 1\IONEY i J:_ DE. .
Tn ine by Section :8174 of the Revised
which he now seeks to withhold or science into the ballot. Let the vested Statutes of the Slate of Florida the Association Write
.
turn to his antbSrlaed to commence a general itsUIVITE
own personal advantage. the hon I. hereby
elections reflect Integrity, bankingbn.ine..under tke name above given
In that document he states that the esty and purity of the ballot, and with a capital stock of 111.000.00.. F.: A. LOSLEY : : :I.A.JER: : CC>..
bandd of of mc a *"'.
legislation through which the col. should liven under my J41 ,
the country is safe. Voters A.!>..* ,
of January.
:***clay Southern Office.
lection of the Indian war claim was keep this fact constantly before A. Co CROOyI THE BREWERY SALOON. Atlanta. Ga.dodges .

successfully accomplished was them, and act accordingly. feb 6et1 Comptroller. 810 w. Bay St., Jackgonrllle Fla. _

y brought about "through the splen. I Imported and DomesUo--
did services of Florida's delegation -- Notice to Creditors. I 11$11 O'Hara

f, in Comgress, composed of the Hon- THIS week we our readers Wines Liquors & Cigars ,

orables S. R. :Mallory and James 1* Senator Taliaferro's reply to the let- IXPEKSO8nOtAArAIS9T. ..Manufacturers and Dealeratln...
Taliaferro United Senators' A the eetateof WUH.m M.Merwln.deceased. 'rb.Vorld Renowned Anheuser Dutch
States Harris which will are directed to present the same to tben. CYPRESS AND
f and the Honorables Stephen M. ter of Mr. Frank of his le estate, Florida-incaMffSrCoontyJud4ea1ltuST Brewing Association' Famous RD YELLOW PINE LUMBER.Orange .

Sparkman and Robt. be found elsewhere in this paper.It the publication Been on draught
W. Davis witbiatwoy.anfrom of airnotloe
Box Beads, Fruit nd
,
; Vegetable Crate.
will J Mouldings
the same be barred ,Shingles, etc.
s0 Members of the House of Repre is a clean, dignified and conser- otherwise D. P. )[ERWJ East Coast friend be aunt to call on me Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered

bentativea. vative statement of facts. Feb.8,190*. (St) Aduilnl.trator when In Jacksonville. to any part of the State. Address: Uodges O'Hara, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.


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KAKT COAST ADVOCATE MARCH 25. 1904. G 1gOW 1 >
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f TO SAVE ICE. Stuart. Melbourne.- GKOUO MAR JOHN MARX. r r.t


THE OLD RELIABLE 1VI..A.R. ::8:8: <:>5. '
I Tarpon are making their appearance In :SubM-tlpttous for the ADVOOATK:, ,;
.' Eesseyjcreek.W. $ the pink paper of the East Coast, will be t

D. received at the Melbourne Postorrloo. i WHOLESALE t
McFarland left for the north, GROCERS i

Wednesday morning. RICHARD. GOOD.-Real Estate rotary I Ifuhllo v
John P. Beach and ('nnv*iuiri>r. A(ten* for ....:t...%, |
was Lere, Tuesday, attending l.lye'1'ooland l Ixnuimiaud((lobe, Hartford and i ,4
to matters connected with the ITovldanne WaHhlnicton Fire lnmir no Coni- Fruit and Produce Jobbers. ,
East Const Fish' Co. j'ani. Special attention pal eels or nou-reeldents. I 4
Beans are being shipped In big lots on I ?((vR iAbsolutely
the express: trains. The express agent DR L. A. PKKK-PMVHICIAM AND Bcuncox I IKoMilenco Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '

The ,iineatlon' 0( comy on tbe Ice bill baa to hustle lively day and night. at rnuoii., Melbourne. At Knu Uttlllo, every I '

tone that appeals forcibly to every We learn with pleasure this week\ v WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED 4
hotels J
! ,:lekcenor, aa well as to restau- that F. M. Hudson, of '1'lbballt has llOTK.r IiKM.EVrK-Meltxmrnn: Klortiln. A ,
butchera, grocers driigKlstB; and entered healthy winter rewirt on Mull pine land ovorInoklnn -
U, merchant t; who consumesln the race for State Senato'r.The tnillitu Ittver. Hates: 91 snit upward PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
:/hct w every per d..,. Hpeclol. rater i"' r work or ..,hllnn.
; bis business.1hmveoresulted freighter; Admiral, of the St. Write fur rates to Miulum 12.!: M. ('IlIllholl| t 8ood:: Potatoes, Seed Peanuts. and Cow Peas. In season
I and careful experimentI .tiCielilver Transportation line, is out Man :i>r, 11 W. Campbell, iroprletor. S
I In the discovery of the 00 Jack Stanley's' marine railway, receiving I g.tf: Vfo solicit consignments of Frultand; Vt'getable. *\

VIN" I'E PAD, which, whou placed a coat of paint. Mrs. Ida Hector wont south on Mou-' ( ,
-- --- -- --- -" -- -- -- --- ------
lii TOiir loe box or the Ico chamber of day to visit friends ,
Thursday afternoon, Fred S.illlgher
Ptefilgeiator i/: will n-dnco' the con- I landed a drum fish which weighed /r i7-Ibs. Capt. S.im Martin took a largo party Rockledge. itY '
.
Ice 13 to 13 1-3: cent.
ILptlon of your per This is the Urgestdrum llshcaught\ here.. up the B.inaua River last Monday, In tho I
Iniroiiloiia little) device the
,
I r,"l I' an launch Dreamer.
i li ilicity of which Is one pf Ha greatest; Fred. C. Oalllgher and wlfo are spend/ ; Puro 3Cy""Plenso| baud In Item of interest
All do U to log the week Mr. and I Miss Kittle Martin Is home any
rnuwl Itions you place visiting :Mrs' Chas at again:( ,
'an have for tho ADVOOATK to the
,
I a ton the bottom of your Ice chamber Racy at Mt. Elizabeth, on Indian River.C. after spending nearly a month with Mr. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE you Postmaster, Kocklcgn who will: forward ,

the ice rea'lng upon It, and It will W. I. Metcalf, at Palm liouoh. .
filb W. Coihelt: has launched Jerome It to Tltuavlllo,,
to the rent. Write for booklet. TI1\IcheU'1i P. Branch has returned borne ---
new Imnchand hall the f rain" Mr. E.
P. (}. WALTON, AGENT. of u 27-tuoter for his own use l1\ellllll.lor a visit to several Northern States, nothing Melbourne Beach. The Hatch store hall Ilflnc an excellent
-
Titusville, Florida. way. the worse for his trip Into the Ice business this season. Y i-

and cold of tho North. 'I'
'
H. W. lU-KHey, Cb.is.: Hancock, Fred Mia. wusend'.lenltithats Improvedso J. N. Chnlkvr has left l liooklodgo for

MRS. IDA D. BRUNER Galllh..rI\ !; ert Galll /lier and a few Mr. and :Mrs. Chandler and Mr. King. much Mr. Townsend has returned his home and orange grovo at Lotus.

for the Woild others went outside, :Saturday, In the man, with Capt. Martin as pilot, have re- home. Vnsd. F. Taylor I. going to build a
General! Manager launch Piesldent' The party landed, turned from their cruise south, in their large packing house In his line orange LOOK TO YOUR EYES 1
Famous over KMMbs.)() of bel\ut1fullaunch Idler. Mr. and Mrs.' Townsend wore gloat .
mackoral
Spanish aud additions to service groye.W. If suffering from any eye defeot. or wea '; '
our Sunday
"IJ ilm of Flgrt.r4.feFor :TiO-lbs. of grouper In about two bouia. Melbourne laM some expert tennis evening.; song L. Battontlnld la going Into the sight call at my new well-appointed optl!

While coming/ down Ruesey creek from players, among whom are, Mrs. C. II. banking busluuxa with Jndgo .1. D, Van cal IiiHtltuto. Special, complete lonse S ,
1&1111I. of Women. his plantation, last Filday' Ch.ia.ood' Stewart, Mis. T. C. Nicholson, and the I Wednesday afternoon party of twelveboarded Deinan, of Delaware, O. grinding! outfit connection. f fe (,
I 1 All totwraof Inquiry cheerfully anowered. ward booked a tarpon\ he almost Misses :Emma: and Matilda Sllday.( I the Dawn. and took a mil crown Dit. E. H. ARMSTRONG (I.t
landed. : seldom to Malabar, to call on friends. It la rumored that one of Uocklodee'svery 11 Laura St. JaokRonvlhe
Tarpon landed Fla
Local office at 1'arlq Cur tajfe are very ,
A jolly party from Indlanola have been
ladles lIIoata
will
with trolling lice, so Charles. need not. Mr. and Mrs. Tmesdale started northon popular young shortly
Palm Deacb Fla."
West enjoying a visit ao Melbourne Beach I take unto herself a husband. .
feel discouraged at not landing his Itrst Mt. looks lonesome
I They know where to have a good time. Tuesday. Perry very
Sliver King. The surf bathing at the beach ban. been without his friend, Trursditlo.Messia Mr. and Mrs.\( Boll Is, of Berlin, Wla., IIASIJIOA.vii. ar aae Till"LAOT IIItTWN IIOA'I'e. if

: West Palm Beach. On Friday, the good ship Egypt! took giana lately.MeKMuOeo.. Perry aud Truead.de have regular winter visitor to liorklvdge, are 1. tolt"vllla, S min Vh'st.

Mr. and Mra. Fred. Ualllgher, Albert McLean, J. D. McLean\ and broken the record nt tho Beach, having still sojourning at Hotel Plaza. :a. Oem, 10 1R sec

Galligher; Mis. J. C. Hancock, Fred Mr. OConner of Plttoburg, I'a., who caught a channel baas weighing :Uil-lbs. The lovely weather we have/ been having :t. Kenwood, Scratch, 4iI. "
Hancock and Stanley Kltching of late hits! Induced Berths, 17 min I min :m) i
Mr. Jefferson's Saltalr cottage will be as passengers have been pleasant guests of Hotel hells\ Mr and Mrs.\ John Powell, jr., Misses people to stay at sea
/soled! for tho summer by a northern to the head of navigation: on the vue, for several weeks, l left on Sunday Bertha. Ida. and Helen Powell were' calling Uockledge !longer! than usual this winter. 6.6. Nettle Mains, 1"l"" : 33 ". ,
south fork. A monster 111 .::1" 114
alligator was ,
| tally. seen basking in the sunshine,; and the for a visit to Keabreeze, and other on fl"lendllat Myrtle cottage Sunday. Miss l CIM\'delta Palne's many Elands. are T. Petrel, III" d, It 1 1N.
of
interest
Tbe Ladies Guild of Holy Trinity MiaI trip was enjoyed by all. points ere returning homo. G. E. Kicknmii spent a few days at delighted/ see, > her In Kocklodge. again. ViuiI III" of II 10 to f fn.

I ton are preparing for a sale and luncheon 1 The entertainment at the Hall last I Miami and Cutler: last week. He did Situ left frozt-n" lloston for n few weeks, Falcon, 1\: d' II ::!)8 .. .It t

doling Easter week, proceeds to be applied all The the mackerel boats season in la at its with height, Frl.layeveulng under the management I not see any place I that pleased hint any to got A touch of Indian Itlvvr sun. 10. hub White, III II G II :))11) II tII.

to the debt on the rectory. coming daily good of tbe King's/ Daughters was a great success better than Melbourne bud the lioach. !Many of our residents were surprised \IlIrllluot! IT" 6 It 4:1: "
catches. The conditions on the outsideare netting/ over $18. A social, refreshments to rend tho ADVOCATIC'S report of the 12.: Marriott, 11" II It :.II "
Rev. Francis McFetrlch, assistant rest favorable as there Is little S.: W. Albertson and daughter E. C. f
very
very ,
and the 13 "
AliI'
following programme was coming marriage of Miss Adele' Shafor, I'' (3 I" 13: f
I lot of Bethesda-by-the-Soa, holds services sea on, and small boats can cross the the of Music Mrs.J. Wlllelts, of MlnloU, L. I., were lining,
means entertaining; the lovely nelce of S. 11. Pook.! TIIIWklll'ol'.j| ; H, Sohoonmaker
In Hold Trinity tbe days that Kev. bar in safety., There are about twenty- II. ::>wait. TableouilpseyFortune their lungs,:; with .ozone at the bench, young 11. R. Sliautaf .

| Tech visits Jupiter and Delray.The five boats fishing on the grounds; and Teller, firs, Christian and Miss Mattle Monday. D. P. Mir\vlu! one of tha most prominent *\>0 In prizes. 1st 'I l.\ 2nd $t9,1rd() :' $S, p 1,

Livingston home, on the EastSide they make a grand marine picture as i Brown. Heading, Mrs. fh: ,,". Campbell. Mrs htlcknwy gave Admire( and Mrs. residents of Milford, Conn., ha .lth7, /Hh/ *.'), C.th *:i 1,7th $2 V! v:
they rise and fall on the long swells.A Music Piano and Violin Mra. Campbelland been stopping at the residence of his late .1
south of the old Dimick home I Hills\ a very pleasant, aurpilso Thursday
Eplscopai1I10lster II I Master Fritter Campbell. Music father, \\ nr. M I. Merwln, fur some time HIM UAI.I.. J
vu sold last week to a retired evening, by inviting In their fl'len.llland
K. L. Howell, of Washington, Great Sensation. : Mrs. C. U. Stewart.:; Heading, Mrs. K. neighbors to help celebrate their wedding past. The day's ntinouncements ended with) ,

D. C. W. Goode. Tableau, bleeping Heauty, anniversary. Everyone had a most Fishing I IK now In Its prime anti big A ball, at the Now Rockledgo, which was. I
There was a big sensation in Lee vllle, Miss Mona Campbell. Dialogue, Advertising enjoyable time. strings of vutloti kinds. of tho linny largely attended. Dancing nonimonaod .1
It seems but a few weeks ago that all Ind., when W. H. Brown of that place, : for a Wife, Mr. Christian, Mesdames tribe are being dally brought Into the at 14:10:: ( and (1ullnnt'lnlltil, about\ 11 :\11.:\ ) I
booming trains were bringing loads of who was expected to die, bad his life E. Williams and Ola 1st Ian, the G. 1<:. Ryckman. left for his home, at New Hockleflga hotel and the Plaza, by IMiilngthe evening, claret punch was I

I lorthein visitors, and now the departing saved by Dr. King's/ New Discovery for Mime Alice and !Mollie Nicholson, Mat- Brocton, N. Y., Tuesd.iy. We are sorry the guests. liberally served to the dancers; also loo '
trains are full of people seeking other Consumption. He writes: "I endured Insufferable tlo Brown, and Viola Horton that, on account of bU extonalvn business cream and rake. The dan0,0 was quite a

icenei. Each season seems shorter than agonies from asthma, but your he could not remain lonpe.i, but we Mr. und Mrs H W. Sohoonnmker, of nuccess, and l many words of praise were1I."towed
the last one, but we of the West Side New Discovery gave; me Immediate relief trust thla brief visit ta but tho precursor Montclalr. who spent hint winter In l by the dancers, Manager

bold our visitors quite a month longer. and soon thereafter effected a complete DANGEKSOFPXEUMOyiA cold of "a good time coming" for the Egypt/ and other foreign countries, are 11. U. Shares for ao liberally upon oaring to q

John Dunn, of Staten Island, and his. cure." Similar cures of consumption, at this time if neglected is liable to cause Beach. again among their many friends at the the wants of those who attended the '

I ion's wife, Mr. Henry Dunn, and little pneumonia, bronchitis and grip are numerous. pneumonia which Is so often fatal, and The Indlanola party who were bookedfor New Korkleilgo.It. dance. .

daughter{ Emily, have been delightful It's the peerless remedy for all even when the patient has recovered the the Beach two weeks ago, came this L. Orlllltli, of Providence, R. I., ------- f I

guests at the Holland for the last two throat rind lung troubles. Price 1 GOc, lungs are weakened, making; them pee week, Thursday evening. Dr. Chas. I III the champion fisherman} of Rockledge, Uric Add niiil Clraviil

weeks, and left, on the' 22nd, for their and $1.00. Guaranteed by Hod Cross cullaily\ susceptible to the developmentof Hill and wife and Dr. Booth and wife F'. J. Simmons, another well-known ex. Are caused unable 1

northern home, perfectly delighted with Pharmacy. Trial boi!ties free. consumption Koley's Honey and Tar arrived their beautiful launch, Marlon, pert !having loft for Asheville N. 0., to properly (filter the kidneys Impurities bolng'from the j
will the heal and
delightful climate. Both Mr. and stop cough, strengthen Sold Friday, the remainder of the party In where he joined his wife, who came blood. Irvlll '* Iluchii Waters' are the t }

lira. Dunn made lots of friends during Eden. by the Ked lungs Cross and Pharmacy.prevent pneumonia. : J. I.. Crawford's: elegant: yacht, the Florence front Detroit, Mich., this week. only sure remedy for tills. condition; they I ,,1 f
their making In all. The
short stay here. Indlanola, twenty-two Mr. and Mrs J. V. B. Prince, of South cleanse the kidneys from all worn out I
people ate always moat wel
Mil Berdan and maid from the Poln- Coventy, Coun., are still sojourning at material, build up the shrunken walls of ..
come they to
seem ao thoroughly
clans hotel, have rented the Jefferson A. D. Merwln has been In Rockledgefor Jensen. the leach and ltd adVllola es.appieclate The the New Rockledge hotel, but will Boon the kidneys add\ prevent the formation of J

collide, on the southwest corner, for the a week post. Whiting cottage was handed over for leave for Seabreeze. Mr. Prince has Urlo Acid. Sold at fillets box by Ked

month of April. Many of the East :Side their accommodation, and when their made a big lish-oatching; record this win Cross Pharmacy, ,
visitors are beginning to realize, that Mrs. M. A. Curtis arrived on Tuesday Mrs. Chas. Hogg, of Ft. Pierce U visiting I supplies were exhaustedMiss: Cummlngs, ter. Mrs Prince I la a general favorite lo

West Palm Beach holds many charms for a stay at the Netherby. Mrs. K. C. Tyodall, this week of Myrtle cottage, catered to their want. the hotel Georglana.Mra. '

for and a permanent stay during the winter, Otis Cureton made trip to Jensen,on J. II. Baker ban the contract for build -- J. Wesley Bowen. of Philadelphia, Is ;
also that April and May are the most Tuesday to have some dental work done. the New hi 1
ing Jno. T. Stanley's packing house. again nt Kockledge, among .
Pneumonia follows cold but
beautiful a never Plum
months In the year. filend lie makes was calling on IU.... Hugheslast
Mr. and Mrs. James Holmes and Miss Karl Haney was a pleasant visitor to follows the use of Foley'a Honey and Tar. numerous not only Saturday.
,
Will iUh\ catches but to the hotel r
floloomb, of Atlanta, Ga., and callers In big returns
Alice Holmes were pleasant Jensen, last Sunday: from Stewart. It stops the cough: heals and itrenpt liens ,
Everybody Indian River should ,1
John of on
almost with large
Thompson dally, bouquet !
of Yazoo City, Miss, this place, last Tuesday. the lungs and ,affords/ perfect security '
have Just liniahed a two weeks' stay. Jno. S. Parka has returned to Jensen, from an attack of pneumonia. Refuse beautiful roues, with which he decoiatus read the newlY ADVOOATK.Mian .

Both gentlemen are relatives of Judge Our fishing; parties have all had splen- to look "after his hotel Interests here fora subattlutes. Sold by Rod Cross Phar the dining-room table.. Hattlo tower returned home A' I I

Everett.Lewis and his daughter, Mrs. F. B. did luck, the of mackerel week{ bringing and blue home fish day or two. macy. Mrs. Jos. O. Garry, who run an up-to- from Hotel Indian River last Thursday.Mr. I

have Excursions on land and water great strings Dr. W. N. Coon of Fort Pierce was a date boarding house, say her house tins. Simmons' launch to Cocoa
goes
been given them. Sunday, Dr. every day. pleaaant Sunday visitor. Indianola. been full all the winter. /She: hall from almost with ,
Bumbam took them to the Inlet, In his John Miller has been making/ extensive Hocks way Beach, N. Y., from which every day a family patty t
''iit sailing! yacht, the Olivier B, and the Improvements to the interior of his R. R. Illoou fe Sons are making excellent place she ha Induced forty person to and Invited /guests, for a day's outing.

gentlemen were delighted with the trip, house. It Is one of the neatest, cosiest catches of Spanish mackerel In the Miss Jessie Sanders hall returned[ here come to Kockledge\ this winter. Mrs\ 'J'. O. Carter, Mrs Taylor, Mrs.

ud brought home many souvenirs from homes on the ridge.; ocean, this week. from her two months' visit; with relatives White and Mrs. llugheswere calling on
the briny deep In the shape of shells, M. S. Ilyck, a prominent business man the Misses Bond afternoon.
at Miami. on Thursday
lIarUsh and other curios. Mr. Holcomb Fred Saeger who has been running O. The warm, dry weather Is cutting the of Savannah[ (Is., accompanied by his i

tad Thompson are captivated with our E. Coon's launch In connection with the bean crop short. Oranges: are nearly all shipped, and charming slater, Mrs. M. Tryfita, la at Mr. Peak took Mrs. Plumb and Miss ,

little city and surroundings, and are Netherby and the Wayside Inn., left, on Jas. McComb, of Pamp.ino, was a the growers; vtlll soon be looking for another the New Itockledga hotel They had Huth Allen, In his launch, over to the 4

booked for next season. Monday evening, for the tomato field pleasant visitor to Jensen this week. He crop. been pending several week at Miami I Hall place, on the beach, one day last e

near Miami, to engage In the packing of reports crops In good condition Mrs. 'f. H Sunders has gone to Orlando und Palm Iteach before coming/ to Rock week.

Haw tomatoes.Mr. on a visit lo her daughter, Mra. ledge, with which place they are de Misses Mattln O'Neal and Eva Owen

or Inflamed lungs yield quickly I.eTouroeau droveto C. O. Blythe. lighted.Win. were visiting Mrs. Louise Walker at
10 the wonderful curative and healing and Mrs. J. II. Well Again.The I
qUAlities of Folej'a Honey and Tar. It Sewell's Point, on Wednesday of last Indlanola has shipped, this year: nearly II. Jones, president of the Wm.A. Lorna from Saturday until Monday .. '
Prevents pneumonia and consumption week; returning they made a delightful many friends. of John Illoutit will double the amount of oranges ever Burkey Co rand; Rapid., Mich Is a morning '" '

'I"\m"> Lard cold settled on the lunga. stop at Mr. Jerome TwichelPs place, be pleased to learn that be baa entirely shipped In one year before. UiioHl t f lintel, { Plaza, accompanied by Mrs. Rosa Kiislin: who has been housekeeper I
iwcl 'rosa Pharmacy. which, under O. O. Jannock's care is recovered from his attack of rben matlsm.Cbamb his charming and beautiful wlf.. Mr. for J. W Bruner for several -,
The of have been
blossoming Into a veritable fairy land. l'laln'lIl'aln Balm cured him after streets Indlanola and. Mi*. Jones aro llio )patent of Ed. months, returned to her home In Cocoa '
tbe best doctors In the town (Mason, very quiet the past few days, as every ward Mucky .lotion, who will shortly on Monday
Mrs. A. D. Merwin gave a very pleasant one that would possibly do ao, has been
Fort Ind.) had failed to give relief. The Miss Adelachafer at Divioua a
Pierce. last Saturday. There Melbourne marry Oil'lulo.III Captain T. C. Carter:
afternoon tea, eajutingthesurf bathing at;
relief from pain which this liniment of which published solely In
prompt wits
twenty-four ladies present. Mrs Beach. report and wife, Mrs. MArv While and daughter J
were Merwin la always at her best when entertaining affords alone worth many times ._ last week's AuvocAric.: ,MIHH Sadie, also Miss Gould, were a .

Quite a a large party are now aojournIDK and has" the happy faculty of Irs cost. dealers.For sale by all druggists and HHKVAIU) COUNTY TKKAHHUKIfHBTATKMKNT. TUB IKAT HACK. merry party that went with Mr. Peck In

t the St. Lucie Club House. making all her guests feel at ease. Ver medicine bin launch to Oceanus
Saturday was a banner day at Hock- j l''
Rain is badly needed l In this section, dainty refreshments were served at half Lotus. March lit, 11MU.Halanra ledge, and the banks. of the far famed! Three weeks ago; Mrs. Hughes seta \
after three by the hostess, assisted by Plymouth Hock hen on nineteen r rand
everything Is getting very dry. Webb and Mo ullen. ciwh on hand.Feh l Ixt IIKI4.. .$ ,71IT let! Indian River were lined with hundreds eggs,
Mr. Frank Mesdames Cureton Auiimnt received in Vet ltx 4. ,. .. .. :IU1113 of people, who had. congregated to see she hatched every one of them. ; but I
Pleasant' Woolen of Cocoa, was a Mrs. John Miller entertained tbe Social I/. D. Hancock of Brantley, was callingon -- tbe IK}*I race, which wall a most exciting C. D. Provost, our wide-awake\ mer- '
visitor In town last week. Total..... ...... ... .. .... e6/4IrI chant and set a hen on thirteen -
Club, last Friday evening, and as It was friends, Tuesday. Less warrant paid IFob. 1'KH event. By two o'clock nearly all tbe postmaster t
Colonel Budd and niece, left for the the anniversary of her birth, she In- and delivered 1 to County (Coiiimln.loner : tourists and resident. had assembled', egg, and she hatched fourteen
orth. Sunday night, to spend Easter. vited a large number of friends to help Quite a number were down from >cut School Hoard... .. ... .. 3,7371)1 and at 2 :SO the race commenced, .amldat chickens. Who. can beat that ? The xfi
Georgians, bunday p. m. Times-Union editor should have Incorporated I
Large catches of mackeral have been celebrate. Whist and flinch occupied Balance on hand :Marrn lit, 1UU3 ,h B.WIT 01AIKIVS great cheering.: )
m+d5 the 'Mt few the forepart of the evening, six tables Mr. and !Mrs. Simmons of Oeor lana, 'fweotylannche... entered for tbe race, Ibis fact lii their poultry article. l..

'I oVer 80 barrels days. Tuesday mOI'nDC playing whist, while some of the others were down In their fine launch, on Tues HALABOB IS HKLD AS FOLLOW: and thirteen stayed In It until the finish.. On Friday last J, Wesley Bowen, of i

, were shipped. played flinch and occupied themselves In day. Xttimltwl In Hravard County auto Fortunately, there was only one accident, Philadelphia' ; Mr. and Mr*. Hamilton, ,M ; aor'the

_,.4.free will' offering was given at the various. ways. Refreshments served Beans are on tile downward path, and nanlt..to. .per monthly('uhl"report.'* c..rtlno..tet and caeb attached the Katherine, owned by Get Huston, same city, and Mint Hattie Bower I '

LiC9 of Mrs- KK- Horton, Tuesday at 10:30: after which there was music, and ,etth only a bait crop raised, It makes In cab .. ......... ..............,81'701 of Cocoa, bavlsg carried away the rud were pleasant caller on Uncle and
.:8,0101l., In connection with the Congre- vocal and Instrumental, followed by the farmers" feel tough. ALASOE: BBLOlfOIXn TO BACH FC.M A* YOL- der of the Katie D. Auntie Hughes; and on Saturday after
r cburch. dancing./ We noticed from out of town, IXtWHtCounty Bets were made by many on their! favorite noon, Mr. Bowen and Mr. and Mis. a,
r Martin Miss Wright; Mr Miss O'Neil and Miss Owen of Georgians R.TMin. -'-Oenvral Fund. .. 41 lilt boats and of the ladles be- it
Thank Mr. and Mrs. .. some Hamilton were again; taking some views i
I. to the I. R. &; L. W. Fish Co., Wad and Hrlilji ITund 81 71
: Ice wagon and Mra. George Saunders and Parry were guests of Mrs. Walker and Mrs.Bisbee ./ Building KurilH ,..., ... a came quit excited over the race, as tbe for photographs.. Mr. Bowen does some p
I l Brings comes around every morn..g.nd Saunders all of fort Pierce, Mr. and Mrs Saturday and Sunday.J. ITIn and Vorfeltur"Fund..... 3i M : boat. ndvanred ahead of each other. fine work In that line, as well s* being a I' al almost
| us Ice.Ve trust they and Miss Flote 1Feedlnq PrlHomn. Fund .. uS0 III) started In the s.
;
sill of Jensen The boats race
be Charles Wolf following successful catcher of the
finny
well patronized, In their new ven- N. Chalker and family, are again 8ic. Koad Fund, New f>Ut.No. I. .... tom
.qre of Long Island. with us. After an absence of two years ... N N N M ** 2... .. ., III 1"1 11<)41'. Lx5CTU. nWlIC. tribe. The above genial party are stopping 1]]4t..
MM M M 3M '' .. ..ltf11'lI Pompano, ;24 ft. O. (A. 'ray lor. at tbe New Rockledge hotel .
The settled again at home. .. ..
dime tea, given at the residence they are H M u 4.. .. 1Jb4 41 Gem 25" Capt. Coggin.Nettle .
ofi i /1 N N N N . N 71)Oam.W.rtltt
"a.
a rflr"iA> M< Sample, last Friday was Robbed the Grave.A Fund.... ......... ..... 4"3M :21 U. II. I'oquet Makes a Clean Sweep. 'f p
4Clrled! "oceae. All who had tbe Incident Is narrated by A Thoughtful :Man.M. : Property. of _.... Persons Fund .. 1 IIfJ Main, :ii: n et r. Wallace.
,
of being there most startling CV>untr Acbool. Oenormt Fund... .. 4It 11'1' Petrel 25 T. (l. Ronald There's nothing! like doing a thing t
toeJ8IIurbe) Ie time. report a John Oliver, of Philadelphia, as follow: M. Austin, of Winchester, Ind., special Tax bcboul.. I>'l...fia.I.... tit "If Paul ,. 2.:; H. It. Shares thorough) Of all the salve you ever
M .. . .. roT ,
U 2MM II"
condition. My akin knew what to do In the hour of need. beard of Bucklen's Arolca Salve la the
Biehop "I was In an awful N M M a.,. KA'rI Katie D, 17Harriett A. K. McKeown. ,
I Gray, assisted by Archdeacon sunken, tongue Ills wife bad aucb an unusual case of M .. M N M 4.. .. .. .s s. 21 best. It sweeps away and cures burn, .
consecrated St. Andrew's was almost yellow, eyes stomach and liver trouble, physicians bolls ulcers skin .
; It sores, bruises, cuts, ,
'bmehrj last Sunday at 10 a. m. A large coated, pala continually in back and could not help her. lIe thought of and Total... .... ................. .. .. 1 jwl 01 Keddy, 2t 19: Capt.H. Bennett.Young. eruption and piles. It'. only 2Ro( and .e .t.

SOn0egation{ was in attendance. A most sides, no appetite, growing weaker day tried Dr. King's New Life Pills and she Jon" Hlu'ey. County Treasurer. Alice Rosevllle 27 t/ O. Cnrrler. guaranteed to give satisfaction by Red "
,
hosting sermon was given by the by day. Three physicians had given me got relief at once and was finally cnred. :'M It C. Mlddleby. Cross Pharmacy, TItusville.KT ,
Kernwood
A SEVERE
COLD THREE
FOR
Com union wash morning service. Holy advised to use Electric Only 25c, at Red Cross Pharmacy. Madeline 20< J. O. Flake.a. .
administered. In the up. Then I was MONTHS. The following letter from A. ,
n the first bottle J. Nutbanin of Batesvllle Ind. tells Its Katherine 14 Huston. We cannot guarantee to publish ''I
Cci: g, Archdeacon Brown held the ler- Bitters; to my great Joy, ,
made decided Improvement. I continued Drnylng.Drajlngorhaullofr own story.It I suffered for three months Lizzie, 20/ 8. Aldridge. Items that do not reach this office before

their a for three weeks, and am with a severe cold. A druggist prescribed Berths, :.r.s Capt. Carter. noon on Thursday
use
La grippe quickly to the well I know they robbed of all J Inds prompt' for me, yet I did not f Improve. I then Margaret, 22 Sleber Bros. -A s
cough yield man.
" now a of another Tlctlm." No one ly attended to. Meets all trains Store tried Foley Honey and Tar, and eight; Bob White, 21 J. K. Lemmert. JOB PRINTING of all kinds at #
H rfocrtI* nnalltle of Fol Tf. the grave 50c wood for sale at all times.E. doaes cured me." Refuse substitutes. Semola 2.1": A. )I. Clark. this office at reasonable rates. Give
them. Only
and guaranteed
Tar. else should fall to
"last as gam," Red There Cross U nothing pharmacy. at Red try Cross Pharmacy. H. MOLTEN TUasTille. Sold by Bed Cross Pharmacy. Falcon, 33 E. P. Porober. us a share of,..n..k.


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6. EAST COAST ADVOCATE, MARCH 25. 1904..

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.. River and harbor.appropriations :NEW YORK.

,. . . 2,300,000 I
Cornmust Public buildings ft grounds:

appropriations . EOO.OCM
have a sufficient supply ofPotash LlghthoueeB naval stations Hotel Marlborough[

etc. v . '. 100,000 y ,aa ,

Pensions Sem4nole'' war veterans Broadway, :aoth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK.
and
their widows,
ach . 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights Co '
year 100,000
'
ducted on American and European plans, and is managed under the person
in order to develop into a crop. dl supervision of the owner.

No amount of PhosphoricAcid Total about .. .. .14,100,000 qj1 FEr E. S. CROWELL Manager
"This means more than f7 per cap ; ,
or Nitrogen can compensate ita lor every man, woman and child. ,f

for a lack of potash in In the State of Florida.; and the collection t'i ;pII Hotel Vendome Broadway and 41st Street: ,

fertilizers [for of the Indian war claim provided MqN 0
t NEW YORK CITY.
grain and all the affairs of State are admin ,

other Isterei wisely and honestly, should FIREPROOF. SCO rooms, single ,and en suite, with private baths and toll
I. crops]. have the effect of lowering, taxes and rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.BO; large rooms *2- and wit
lessening the burdens of all the people private bath $2.50 per day and upwards. The management under the rsonal >
w. hall bo glad of Florida. supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, Manager
J lo send fr... to
any
"But the Governor
he
rnrmerourlittlehookwhlchcontnins says collected --------------------------------------------
valu the Indian war claim, that he tool

r. .hlenformat ion the money to Florida. F<:> S.A..LE.Hotel
bout soil culture. "1 may M7 here that no member .

of the delegation handled
a single
QERHAN KALI WORKS,
93 N>*MU St.. New York. J I warrant for any- of the Florida amr.roprlallons -- -> with Seven
enumerated above. This Cottages and ic

wholly perfunctory and purely clan Tri-Wcckly Sailings .
oi duty Is delegated Elsewhere and
,
Free and the Governor Is entirely welcome to BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.

Accented Masons. whatever credit he may deserve Sot

iIt receipting officially for tb. money< Calling at both ways)
OBTAINED BY ACT CONQREJSa/ ,

Indian No. COTltusvllle and" also for taking it home The Finest Steamships ill the Coastwise Service


River courtesy The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. FLand.

f The Banner, and apologizing tor the Direct bervice Between

Lodge. Florida. una, ldable l length oJ this communi Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points

Hold its meetings the second and fourth Friday cation, I have the honor to be, with ,
of nauli. month, .ai their room, Indian Itlvor assurances. of great respect, (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
Hotel,Tltua'1110.at 7:30: o'clock p. in. i
8EMI-WKKKLY SAIUNUSf
T.H.Sander, Worehl.tutMaetor.! "Very truly yours, Southbound.............. ........ .. .. .,... ... ., .....' ..from Lewis Wharf, JiontonVortbbound
F.A, Morgan Son lor Warden. "JAs. P.California TALIAIF7ARfO.' ..,...,,..., ... .. .. ., .? from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
M. S.Mains,Junior Warden. -
J. M. lUion, Traamirer.J. .
J..GBVUk.Lhaploin.R.:Walker l I .: Y. Prune Wafers!! Clyde St. Johns River Line. yfrFt"' 4t' 4 4 44,. } 144kr
I*.M,Taylor Humor: Itoacon ; +h4,4w'aM"4 F9ais ;
R. E. :Mitnt, Junior Ueitoon.O. The great tonlo cathartic, an Invalu- (Denary Line.)
H. Walton,junior; Btewanl. able cure for malaria, biliousness, constipation BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. '
: x'. .
A.A Stewart, Junior Steward
1'. W.Hohorts,Tyler) nervousness, catarrh of the Stopping at Talatka,Astor, St. Francis, Itero.ford ([>Land), and intermediate. land- n
F.M. W ootell.atarehaLTALIAFERRO'S stomach, bad breath, oily skin, sleeplesh- InII'' on the St.John'H IU ver.

----II. _ flees, wind and all liver, stomach and STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSON: VI I.L1"
bowel trouble. lOn wafers :25,! cents, Red
Ia appointed tl)sail an follows i Leave. Jaukmmrilln, Sundays Tuesdays Thursdays, 3 I'M p.m.
REPLY. Cross; Pharmacy, TiUmvllle.Witrl Returning leave Sanford, Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9:JO a. m.
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BontliBoiimlIead ----North.liound
(continued from page 3.) tur.: ,.. down. SCHEDULE. Read up.r

Vinegar and cooking MOOn In solution Leave 3 3O) |>. til. ...... ...Jacksonville. ... ............. ... .. \rrlve- 9 OO a. u,. Located at SARNO, three ot mile south of EAU OALI-IK
a FLORI
Leave 8 41 |". m. ...................... .......1'ulatka.......... ............... heave 8 CO p. m.Le"V8 quitters ,
dame years certainly, and he Is still are salt to make H capital cure: for 3 ui) a. in. ...... ........ ... .. ., Astor .. .. ... ..... ............ Leave 2 30 I'.m. J)A, on the Eau Oallie River leas than half a mile from the Indian River, and tW
fresh' from a camp that has been warts. If the wart, la 1 kept moist with If 1 1for I..e 4 30 a. ni.........r. .. ............. ... FmnolA.Kurevlurit ... .......... ........... Leave 1 (Ml) p. mla and half miles
con Leave. ... .. .. (Doi,and l) .. ... ................ Leave 011 r.oon. a from the Ocean. The property J is two hundred miles south o
811tr ntly antagonistic to Democracy ten minutes several times a day twill Arrive 8 30 a. it.I.. .............. .... .... Sanford .. .. ......... ...... ....LuaveLeave u 80 a. m. Jacksonville, on the Florida East Coast Railway, with the Railroad Station adjoining .
In flora fights than one. it Is open disappear In the coqrse of a weekor Arrive 10:00a.: ........ ...............Kmerpili-e.! .. .... ............... ..... 1000 a. m.
the propelty. Buildings erected In 18)6!) and some of them have never
fciitbry that he bolted the Duval so In ordinary cases. c en'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay Jacksonville. been
the died
occupied, original owner having a few months after their completion.
Another Is to touch
County Convention of that cure frequently
year, went F. M. rRGNaroNGERIaAest. Gen.FaHH. Apt. 204 West Bay St.,Jacksonville. Fla. The hotel was opened for about,two months prior to the owner's death, and
with acetic acid nitric acid but
to Tampa ft'\ the head of a contesting or one 1V. O.CUOl'ba.,Local Frt.AFL Jacksonville/ C P. LOVKI.L 8uperintnd Jaok onvllle.
d *natlon. and. In must be careful not to Irritate the surrounding II .(tot HokanSt..JackeonvnfeFla. baa not been used since. All tbe buildings were elected in the most substantial
spite of the fact acid. A.O. HAOEKTY, Oen'l Giutfn Pun*. Ag6.: New York CLV l>fcj MH.NK,lton. Frt. Aflt.; ,New York. manner and are now in excellent condition The hotel and
skin either .
are completely
by dropping cottages
that the tribunal to( which he had TIIBU. O. KOKIt, General1\1""ler. WM. H CLYItK!: CO.; General Agent.
appealed decided that his organisetlon Chesebrougb HutMlng State St.,OppoBlte Battery Park New York. furnished, and very little of the furniture has ever been used. There are two

had no rights In the convention, Opaao C. II. WAL.TON'.lAerciit,.TItiiHvlIlo! Fla.Atlantic artesian wells, twenty cisterns connected, with sewer etc.

ka returned to Duvl County, andSln cures a cold in 24 hours Coughs brontliltis -- -- -- -- ---------- The property cost the original owner $48,000!! and will be sold at a sacrifice

with chareotitrtstl" dt' '-**. ard catarrh, l.i: grippe, neuralgia and The above cut fairly represents the property.For .
tor Democratic law supported an Inl headache, together with all peverlsh particulars apply to or address,
dependent l movement. conditions of the system. They gently> Coast Line R'y. EZRA F. HATCH, D. L. GAULDEN, Wai. A. WARNOCK,
open the bowels without griping\ act on '
"In 18-tfB. without In any way claim the liver, tone up the system and cause Caretaker on premises Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner,
inc or eiidaavorluij to secure reuoKul colds: fevers and headache to disappear Eau (illie., Florida. Titusville Fla. Jamaica N. Y
Uon by the State Convention bul like magic. Tuny do not cause ringing;( The Great Through Car Line from Florida. ._
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e content to remain; without the party In the heed. Price 25cts. lied CrossMiaimacy.

pale, be headed ,au independent ticket TOjjTIIE I2A8T. F01E HOh"lYAlI: T.Al1: [fffJ&Y5IDDNIYCURE:

.s a candidate 1'or the Legislature, \VH)' .u.e y b|>UK... Over Its own rails to Il\vannah.ICharletlton.! { Richmond and Washington, thence 1wcbUdn.r safe, ._. Na .PktdeC 'r" 010'J 1'31".10IIir Nlqht
and, through the active support oi "Wlc( via.the I'eDntllv8nllHallroul.. -
h'ltl' known ouch other slightly -------------------- --------- ---------------- ---------- --
Dennis Fagan succeeded: in getting sold Miss l'vyVnlte., "but never 10 TO THE 'V J S'l'.
email majority over the tiumocrationominee. 1 speak to until,one day while, out skating The Louisville & Nnshvillo via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio It. R. Lee & Bryant

I nay 'active support,' because I fell down quite| near him und".h. TO TII".s'r VIA STI'A1USIIU-. ,
I have In my posnesalon a. circular ",\. yes!" replied Miss! Peppery
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for Now York PltiladeUIh, Bos ASHEVILLE N. C.
Issued by Dennis ICagan; as 'That broke the ice. of course. -Fullalolnliln ,
ton. Via Norfolk :Steamer: to New YOI k, Washington and Baltlmoie. Via Savannah
Owirmau ot the State Heopubl1can'Jiecutlve Pr"ae. and Merchant and Mlnem'-H'rausporualon Company for Baltimore G-c1ora1 00"''Y+ ""'Y+:I.ss:1.01: : orohnJ11s.: : ;
Committee advising the aud Philadelphia.
Republicans to support the bolters. WE SOLICIT SHIPMENTS OK-
'Thus Mr.Bfoekton TO KKY: AVKST AND HAVANA.
as independent
went to an Tallahassee a melD' WfIBSConsumption Via Peninsular A Occidental :Steamship: Company. -El.UITS:: : : : e C V' cET.A.113L.ES.: : : :
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>her of the Legislature In 18n comoitted : Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points -WE MAKE PROMPT: RETURNS.
to Senator Call
the support of REFEHKNCKS: Battery Park Bank A lieville, N. O.; Bank of Hendersonville Hen
then a candidate for re-election. In is a human MI1.KAO13 TIOKKTS.Interchangeable clersoDvllle, N. C ; Dunn and Bradstreet Commercial Agencies'

:a short time Mr. Call was elbowed mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the principal -
weed best in weak ------------------ -- --- --- ----- ------ -------
But of the race and'' Mr Stockton flourishing railroads In the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents.

1 wu the candidate In his stead. What lungs. Like other weeds it's For reservations and Information apply to agents of tbe A. C. L., or write, MESON :M: CLARK

We" Mr. Call say of the procedure easily destroyed while young ; FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass Agt. ,
1 quote from his circular issued! soon' when old sometimes im 138 West Bay St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
after the contort: it. M. EMERSON Traffic Manager.; W. J. CRAW, Oen'l. Pass Agent. 110 Murray Street and 1 Hili West Street, NEW YORK.

( 'Soon after this time, when in} possible. WILMINGTON. N. C.

ulectlon t was probable to occur ultimately Strengthen the lungs as you -------- ------- Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.SPECIALTIES

Mr. for the third .
Stockton would weak land and the
'Urns proponed to me to allow him to weeds will disappear.. SE.. .:B<>.A. I>
the' a candidate and assured me of his

>i.Totlon to me and gave his personal The best lung fertilizer is AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR :

pledge and promise that be would Scott's Emulsion. Salt porkis Florida Pineapples, Oranges, Grapefruit,
II'tire' from thai candidacy at time
any good too, but it is very hardto
.:. requested him to do go and endeavor -
Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
to give me the rote of hU tow digest.

Jfcteads and supporters.' e The time to treat consumption SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND,

thought that a trial for one or two is when begin tryingto WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK,
you
days bring; would his friends satisfy cheerfully his ambition to and my hide it from yourself. P. R uhlJX1an: ; A Co.

uvport. I could not then believe Others see it, you won't. Two Elegant Trains Daily 261 Washington St. 1 l NEW YORK.

that. he would amume the permanent Don't wait until you can't Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. 93 :Murray Street. J NY.
candidacy to exolu lon.'
my
deceive longer.
yourself any
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
1 TO WHOM, TRUE Begin with the first thoughtto
Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.
ON LY LINE Operating Dally Oranges Pineapplesand
take Scott's Emulsion. If ,
"Mr. Stockton says that if you
it isn't consumption so
eUct him to the United Statea Senate really For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent
h. will be true to you I It has a fairCUar much the better; you will soon ::Seaboard,or writeA. Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .

: sound, hasn't UT StocktonBur forget it and be better for the O. MA.cDONEr.r..Rlt, Oen. I'ass. Agt. IS. C. BOYLSTON, Pass. Agt. represent several of the largest shippers in your State,and wish to represent
"But to whom has. 11 r. If it is.
been true? treatment. consumption JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 years.
can't expect' to be .. -
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hU record. cured at once but if you will ESTABLISHED!: 1870.

"To the contract of hi. bank with begin in time and will be i Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company.

UM Clearing" Association?
in treat-
"He tells you blmnelf\ that he dlsr rigidly'regular your fnltea tttataw last Mail Routes 1'01'- M. Lane & Son
will win.
.t rded It. ment you KEY WEST, CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES VIA PORT TAMPA AND MIAMI FLA. ,

i "To his old friend Senator Call Scott's Emulsion, fresh air Proponed Mllluff In elTee'December 24.1903. S.lbject to change and Individual postponement
"Mr. Call says not. all can eat all without tlutlce. 2.50 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
rest you
you (DIRECT) tinLw --
"And no I to MIAMI-ItAVANA
repeat whom has Mr.
tttcckton ever been true? can, that the treatment and Miami, ...Thuradaya, Sunday. .8 oo am Lor Havana, ...FrI.la,.....Mondavi.....Sat: p m
Havana..Frldaye, Manila* .,7:00 a m Ar Miami ..... aturda, ,Tiieii.l"j dIG p IDnAltIKEY' Southern Fruit and Produce
"No. 9. Governor Jennings says 1 that's the best treatment. AT WEST UN&L..1'ou.ml. -

ts.ve done uothlug since 1 have been .... ...'rnes. Then Sat' _...:00.m L", Key MTe...._We. .Fri.gun .....a40am
) ia 'on&Teu. We will send you Ar Key Wellt....Tuee. Thur., Bat .,10:00 P m Ar anamt.w..t, FH.Bnn..r..e:0o P I1QJ"aMeDJC'I'

"1 claim no results whatever not t i J a little of ,the Emulsion Ke'W..t.,, holding round trip tlcknta caD oooupy itat roomi aboard while .hlp remain at OOcl.cl.issioD.: :::: Mercharits.: :

y aaBociated with the work of my col- free., PORT TA.MPAKEYWrCSTHAVANA.. UNTS-

i leagues Senator Mallory /Mnd Cong z T\. tare that ,hl. picture la Po''t TampaSunTnea.mnr.' ..11 :15 p III lv Hsnne..TueThnreSat.,12.ea II'" FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
LY Ar Kuv 'V.Tu...., Tlmn,Sat.... 0 JO p m
III. form ol a label u on thewrapl:4 We.6.-'Mon, Wed, Frt ...SJWpm.30pm
simen Sparkniaa and Davl Collectively AI'Key West..Turn, Thiin Bat ...10 JO mAr
f .v.nr bottle ol W.......IOD. W..I Frl .. : Lv Key p
I however, we can point, with : 0"bu,. LY Ha.Key..........T...... Thur., Set .. e.ooam: Ar rors Ttomp.W.d,FrI, flan..... 11:30 P D1 Stencils, Cards and our Quotations furnished on application..

some degree of pride (pardonable y BOWND USE- /
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hope) to what has been done the Chemists, LvMiami..Mon.Wed._' ...Tu..., TDur.. 8at .. japm S-OOpra ArMiami....wedrriSun..........te00amFor FOLEYSI1ONEY TAR FOLEnIlONIYANDT
results of which may IIP Burnmanzed 1 Pfirl St., N. V. .r I'.U"..t ad.l-e
439 dewrlpUv booklet..r other iDfonnallon call on ticket aftenta or e.
bere In round numbers as follow rate. CHARLES I. MYKES,Manaser,JackwnTlUe .top.th.cevldh.asd ba.lontf. Cures Colds' PraveoU PneU"H'
ludun war claim collected..iiuOOou toe and *f; all druggist

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Hates $2.50 per\ day and up. : : !1':::' ;Horse* > ,

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Good Roadrf Polo' every /

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HOTEL West Ray and Cedar Streets.
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JACKSONVILLEFLA.AmerIcan .
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plan.. Centrally located. Just built and open ,
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'R1tw ed this season. Fine cooking/ and /Rood table. Hot and Cold Water .. -- ,

( Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All :. ; t

I ad-verl Of| street care pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. HARRY L. BEEMAN Owner and Manager. a r

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WAYSIDE INN
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American and European. :
: Every department modern. ,
c.. Centre,of IMneapple Delt.
Near all oar lines. Rates, f2! to $2.50: per day. > :;I M Ltllt-; UNDER[ NEW MANAGEMENT. -..:1 )

European plan, 75cts, $1 and up, one pnison. :: =ArnoO! : y I i (Choice: location en the bunks, of the Indian River Near the ocean. Large:!*
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. rrJ on.CI a 8'en s 4 grounds: with tropical foliage. Kxcellont'; fishing and I hunting. Term, #2- I
< to $:l.ts") per dny. Siieclul weekly rates.
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:CCI.. a. :J CIIAS M. COSS, Proprietor.

New Victoria Cor. Main and Adams Streets, o;_ m ClI'J gCJjc ) 2 w!, '" x t tNm.cga f fI .
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : '" 1=; '"' 8 9b C............. l'AM UI: CH. "; f.

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-JACKSONVILLE'S NEW MODERN HOTKL- : ,
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Everything new; centrally located; elegant suites with private baths. O 'o"" 0 "I- :.:.::. .eR' :''i
I Rates: Amnilcan $2 to $3:); Euiopean, rooms 7";;cts and upwards. Z E wA go :Beach Club Cafe. (
\ Special Rates to Commercial: Travelers. tda: ... : ".. l
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I M. RIXLEK, Piop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel. en :::: ... 8 :e:-: a v---: -; (Incorporated)

o I'as mfn OPEN JANUARY 1.VTJI. :
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The Everett 2ir: West Bay St. .i;' DO N0 r r 'a '' M .o.... ==:s Adjoining grunndn. Hotel Royal Puioclann, Palm teach I on the north. t
Hotel .
Cars direct from depot, .ClxCS.

'i: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a 8' $ ok: a:; ,;tMe 'i ti'I 3 W : Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours. ,!F. r rI

Centrally located. Thoroughly Repaired and Renovated. oneK i ,,I I
First-Clans Chef, Culslno and Service. 'j! j
-EUROPEAN PLAN- C') nto a p;" D J ,
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t ,"I Large, File Room, $1.00)( and $100 per day. Special Rates by week. ? CJq -g,1 _' y-_w a :Jr:1'V'n."to: :J:>1n.I.n.g: : : Pnr1e a ,/ .

a II. MASON, Proprietor. Q.'I; : .;- Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number at all hour '1.
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I Tie New Travelers Hotel, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. [to"9 -dab': t t .-1. I t=1 MAGNOLIA HPltlNGH. 1

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Ira MAGNOLIA 8PKINO3 FLA. :
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Hotel
Under; DOW management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant .[11 "e oU' { 1 C7O : : Magnolia Springs (St.: John* River.))

family home. Rates: American Plan, $2.00) and $2.60; European, SOcta E: e. .... r yr i
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door.II. 1\1 '" '" <0 IICI" :' 2$ miles south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line R'y., and river steam I
W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.The : ', era. Open fireplaces all rooms. "Steam Heat. Elevator Electric Lights.I'ure 1
IJQ 7' 'i' roo w: ytinm *|"ilrir water. Dry climate. No mon beautifully located Riverside Hotel at Green Cove; Springs Is under the w..: t Tennis, Visiting:, Shooting. Two Bwlmrnlng: pools. and huths. $'.Of) per day. ;I
same management. Special weekly rates O. H, Hlr.AVEOwneranel Manager. I.
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tYon 6UltDTn6) The Hamilton WIIITK" SPUINflM, FLA. .

,, : 'I 1I1Plaza Hotel i ,
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OPPOSITE
POSTOFFICB PLAZA .. T INDIAN RIVER oo1.J.1.od.go, FIn. _- OX TIn OLD) HUWANEE! RIVER -
Mont central location In the city. Strictly Breproof. 8l ty fine room. well .i
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furnlihed. ,November to June. AU.Ire.i a. >bove.OK3IOND the world. Greatest health resort In the
Rooms only. Open i "THE: ORKAT OKA NUB UUOVK Finest mineral spring\ \ In
-- I Houlb. Finest : RESORT OF FLORIDA :
nl Acn. -- ------. -&.- --- --- JNO. 8. JIOYVEN, White Springs Fla.
T + A handsome modern hotel 1.mated on the banks of the famous Indian .. : 1 C(: t
T River, In the midst\ of an 80 acre bearing "r"nue: 'grove Steam beat: In --
4. every room suites with bath: ; /littered rxinwn'or; locution conceded by i fHtVN' MA".Vit I-,\. If I
The Inn AT ORMOND BEACH, FLORIDA everyone the best In Rockledirp: Kant: Comt' J( llway depot in the hotel ._ P
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Accommodations for 20O
i -H. If. PECK, Manager. URYX J<,
Open December to May. Car line from Ormond Station:! to Hotel Hotel E"x';
Summer Resort-THE NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. Petoekey, Mich. Z The Mawr ; {:
.. Bryn .
New England help. $:.U)0) per day; $17.30; ) per week. Le 4ilnK rmort of Ibe reel L k' 4>|i fie June to lh u.ber- <, : ,
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DAYTONA. New Rocldedge Hotel. PIN .JTT n: TO OCTOHKR.: !: For term, oto., address. lp,

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Ridgewood DAYTONA. FLORIDA. I
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LELAND 8TERUY, Manager. ;,

Located on Ridgewood Avenue-the roost beautiful avenue In the South. ROCKLEDGE INDIAN RIVER.

Private Baths. Electric Lighted. Northern help throughout the house. Until April 1st., The Breakers, Palm Beach, Fla., e t
Orchestra. E. D. LANGWORTHT, Proprietor. .. '
-_ After April 1st., Kryn Mawr, Peon.
-- Orchestra, Casino, Bowling Alleys Etc.
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Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all the I '
H. R. SHARES
Proprietor.HOTEL THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE 1


the East Coast week.
News of
every ADS. OX OT1I AND '7T1I PAGES. All kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the above

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VYYVYV..nnYm..yyyVVY..m..r.y..ym.. .... FREE NOTICE EVIL. W. .. BRANNINQ. f. A. MOBQAN.
no/ :

: Fire Insurance MORGAN & BRANNING,
How Publleher.Are Worked by Theatrical
JEWELEHS AND SILVERSMITHS! j
Companies. FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS r
41 West Bay Street, If Your house Goes Up In Smoke and
That the
average country publisher It Tltusvllle Fla.Repre8entlng .
,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. you loose everything It Is your own. -';:-"', being worked to death giving' theatrical

Largest stock In this section of countryv fault. FIRE INSURANCE sufficient f'' companies advertising space for a few : /NSVRq
Established In 1808. r.$... : !t. tickets, Is apparent when one glancesover
to cover the value of the and r( Cf
property
The London & Globe
A
Send for catalogue.BARGAINS .. ; : the columns of a pile of exchanges, Liverpool ;
descriptive ;
household effects should be carried. ::' '\: r.. ; .. :,.i says thr Pnnzsutawney (Pa.) News In Insurance Co. S NCE
Rates. are not high. The companies' 'I."I'' .....I'f ; : one paper alone, we counted 183 lines of Tbe Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
we represent are solvent, reliable and ; i leaders given to advertise coming at fs t
liberal. All Claims promptly paid. .....iL.:_. "' .... traction This space at 5 cents per line, The .Etna Insurance Co. i ; tiff (I f

Write us for rates on your property. <::.:....... ._-' I'" which would be charged any other The Continental Fire Insurance Co. r

. Don't neglect to take out a policy. .. ..L business man would amount to over $9, The Home Insurance Co., of N. Y.

Schuyler & Wilson -----.. .-.-.. and all the publisher would get for the The Phenix Fire Insurance Co. o
=1 IN- space would be a few admission tickets, ek r
which the theater the showman The Fireman's Fund Insurance Co.;
,
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. I manager "WHAT CAN'T BE
e and everybody else calls a "compli The Pennsylvania Insurance Co. CURED

GASOLINE MARINE ENGINES AAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA mentary." The publisher must pay his The Georgia Home Insurance Co. MAY BE ENDURED."

-. compositor for setting up the type and The Rochester-German Insur. Co. It you're Insured, for then the winIng .
putting It back In the case, the space is Norwich Union Fire Ins. Society. out of your house, shop of factory
ENTERTAINMENT.John A WEEK IN FLORIDA. taken up, and the work and newspaper Northern Assurance Co., of Eng. by fire means only a temporary Incon

We are offering epeclal prices for the postage it takes to get the paper out to Home Life Insurance Co., of N. 7. venience-your loss Is made good and
the readers,entail some time and Germanla Life Insurance Co. can start afresh
Thompson, In his "Around the expense you with the
next 30 days on- World In 80 Mlntes," appeared at the DAPHNB GUOVE, FLA., Match 12, 1004.Editor and the publisher,after he has done all Union Casualty & Surety Co. any of our staunch and sterling money Insur.

KNOT, Opera House, Titusville, Monday evening East toast Advocate: this, goes to the show on a"complimentary Fidelity & Deposit Co., of Maryland ance companies will pay you\ prompt VO_
before a very good-sized audience. Mr. ticket"-a deadhead, as It were, In Surety Bonds." ly on proof of loss.Branning _
DB&IOOY and This Is the name of the winter homeof
the of the well the
eyes public, as as
Thompson who
here about
GRANT-FERRIS years ago ,Is an excellent appeared type of ComedIan two- Kansas my friend City ,Mo.Mr. Daphne Jerome Twichell Grove Is, of showman, whereas a"complimentary" Is :::Read our list of oorapanys and we & Morgan,
an
and his Jokes and witticisms were where you get something for nothing. are sure there will be no policies Fire and Life Insurance
Ideal spot for a winter home. It fronts Agents,
:DIta.rl.:1.o: : :JIn.g:1.n.OS.: : : much appreciated by those present on both the at.:: Lucle and Indian Rivers. In Then glowing, again terms., all shows The good are alike, bad puffed and Issued only by our firm. TITUSVILLE, FLA. Ao
Monday He vuite musical
evening. is a
The elevation Is high and commands
an Indifferent all made In the
I are to
genius and be able appear
seems to to play any I
excellent view of the surrounding -
I countryas advertisements being made of the
as
kind of up
We a large stock and make Instrument. On the whole, the well as the Ocean.Is a beaut.lfulaljtb' .
carry can "best talent on the road." and tbe pub J. It. WALKER. H. B. MACE.
entertainment was very good for a one to rest under the trees in Mr.' Twlchell's I I rf
i Usher Is blamed for
- prompt dell vet'lea. Write for prices. man show. .1 t recommending a I
and
vard. view the Ocean steamers naaning how which he has and which ,
never seen,
--, --- to and from New York and Havana. J R. WALKER
"' none cares to see after the first act. Of & CO
Mr. Twlohell has 10 and when
Also acres, com course the publisher does not write these
ONE CENT A WORD. pleted, according to plans, lie will bave advertisements. The press agent does -DEALERS IN- r V
cat
VAPORIZERS, one of the most beautiful winter homesin that, and as he is paid to putt up a bad
1, Florida. He Is building a *10,000 residence show as well as a good there Is thr'
one, no Goods
SPARK PLUGS Advertisements Dry
In this column will be
and his grounds are under tbe way of telling in advance which showsare n 1
DYNAMOS, inserted at the uniform rate of One supervision of Mr. C. O. Jannock, one of deiiabla and which are not by readIng ialoei<
Cent; Woid.. No advertisement, however I the best landscape gardeners In tbe State! the advertUemenU but as these
.MAGNETOS, small, less than 20 cents rash in Furniture ;
0(,Florida Mr. Twlchell Is very fortunate sketches are not signed, many of them ?
AT COST mli'HiifH/ Inch intrrtlvn./ Orders for dlscouLiniianoe In having the services of Mr. Jannock.Mr. read as though the editor himself had

must be made In writing. A. L. Andrews, of Newport, Ky., written then. There would be more Shoes -
Hend check, money order or stamps to has Just bought two 10 awe lots adjoinIng gain to all publishers, if shows were required etc.

EAST COAST! rjcTltuaville I ,Kla. Mr. Tvvlchell's, which will be Improved to pay cash for their advertising,

The Florida Motor Co on the same plan as Mr.Twlchell's much of which is ''rot," when we con
.. CHOICE PIECES OF REAL ESTATEfor place, as It Is also under the supervisionof sider the character and quality of the at- -AGENTS FOR- ( r 1e:
sale by E. A. Waddell real
estate
Mr. Jannock.
traction advertised and then the editor
DAYTON ,
--i.. FLORIDA. -dealer Miami, Fin The writer was the guest of Mr. If be wanted to go to the show, could CONTINENTALTAILORING. foTl I'
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Twlchell for two weeks. A better! time
--- plank down his coin like the rest, and .
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BOY WANTED, to learn the Printing he never had. It was a round of pleasure the public could not point to him and TlP'
R. L. MOTLOW.: Business. Must bo a fair scholar and from, start to finish; and! as a bust, say, "I doesn't cost that fellow anything CO '
S v sharj).-Apply at this oflice. Mr. 'fwlcbellisa "Whole Team" Every to go to shows."

day of tbe two weeks was taken up with There is too much free advertising In TIlE BEST CLOTHES. C

SINGLE!: Comb Vi ito Leghorns, bred I I boating, llshing, yachting, picnics, card the newspaper business, and It shouldbe ;
f01'|eggs; vigor/; and beauty. Eggs, $1.50 parties eta, but the iitind Finale"" was stopped.
for 13; $:IN for :10.: A. 1'. Itogaith: 'Saturday/ the 12th:! of Match, when I. I.
John R Walker & CO.
Stuart, Fla. :a-at two launches Idled with ladies and ,
gentlemen, went to Gilbert's Bar' Inlet on SIR WILLIAM VAN HORNE.

I STOKE TO LET-In the ADVOCATE: a boating, bathing and fishing excuislon. TITUSVILLE. st

The names of the parties attending were, ------------ --- --- -- ------ "-
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and Mrs. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Mar
/ IIIVI for any kind of business-Apply to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. of Montreal, Canada, will arrive In Day. ....................................................

C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office mer Mrs., Hancock, Mr.Racey and Mrs.sons Rhodes, Chicago tona, Thuimlay., will Mill II.I.: .them.Smith The, of \\: F. A. Morgan, Proprietor. E. R. Blukewooil, Registered Druggist : ta,

Mr. and Mrs lloke Mr. and Mrs. Allen accompany
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BEAUTIFUl. WINTER HOME: for party will come In /Sir' William Van ]
Mr. and Mrs. Sowall Mr. and Mrs.
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l Sale, completely furnished, and three Gallagher, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds, Miss Homo's private car, and will remain in

acres of land. water front; grove, Holmes, Miss Edith Rucey, Miss Bryson Daytona for three weeks. They have I I
poultry plant, boat, garden. Bargains. secured rooms at The Uldgewood. Sir
and myself; with Mr. Twicbell as Lost RED
William Is now in Cuba but will reach PHARMACY !
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Box B., Merritt, Fla. '.1 and Mr. Bensey of tho Bessey Hotel at
: a\ Daytona in a couple of weeks, aud later
Fla. the excursion
Stuart, as caterer, ,
return with his family to Montreal. Sir
Fine Liquors Wines, Beers, OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF W AT.. could not help being a success. Misses Wlllltin was one of the first railroad i

Ales, Stout, Etc.JCySend ton's Rapid Calking Tools now ID use Racey and liryson were the only two in the states before going to Canada men to % TITU8VIJ.LK FFXHUDA.
by boat owners In the United States.! young ladles who had nerve to accept a
; me your orders! Price #4.00() and 'S:!.0<> each, at the AD.VOOATK Kansas UU: ) souvenir, and they did itvery take charge and build the Canadian Pacific ? -A Complete Stock of- *
TITUSVILLE nod l COCOA( FLORIDA. utilce, Tltusvllle, Kla. gracetully. railroad. He now virtually' controls .'
the railroads of Cuba, and is one of the i ; PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. J
-- The party arrived' at the Ocean about .
greatest railroad men in the world, and
J. L. MOB LEY WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, ]11 A. M.; then the sport began. Retreuhmeuts was knighted by Queen' Victoria for the i .>f Prescriptions Filled With, the *

when you can buy the best Self-Lock- bathing and fishing to yourhenrys great energy and ability displayed In the : Ut.uoBt Care and Promptitude. T3fcJ| *
Ing Tackle Blocks at nearly the same content. Returning, arrived at construction of I the Canadian Pacific. '
m WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE OS A TRIAL ORDER. *
TITUSVILLE, FLA. price. Now In use in the United tbe duck at )Daphne Grove about A p. in., /Slr'Willlam Van Hume was a former i !
Contracts for all kind! of Painting, KolHomlning 't Mates Army and Navy Departments. all as happy a. "big suull...weis," The citizen of Joliet, 111, and an Intimate Choice Line of (Cigars, Stationery, School 1 Supplies, Poifnmery 1 Brushes,

Staining. Finlnhiug, and PaperHanging Examine.: them atPiltohard &; Sons, or host was given; three cheers Bud an alii friend of the ]Hon. Geo. II. Muor and Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candies, and all other articles kept *

at the must it'aniiniible price the ADVOCATE: office. Tltusville. gator, apd was called upon for a speech, the late Judge Weeks, and It l Is through i by up-to-date drug stores. .
consistent with good woiknmiiHhlp. -- ---- and In his own pleasant manner, made a'' Mr.\ Monroe that his and himself KIT": We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders. .
YOUNG CHICKS I 100 lOots few Impromptu remarks in part us follows family NNNNN......................N.NN...N.*....N
or more, visit Daytona. at this time.-Halifax
All Work on the East Coast each, ton days old, safety shipped! four I "Ladles and Gentlemen: There Journal. -- -- --- --
weeks after ordered. Now Is the time was only one tblng I know of that was TrrUS"VXLLEJ: LIu3RY: : ST.A.J3LEJ.::
la Especially Solicited.Let to hatch for next winter layers, when not carried out on the programme. I
ordered from Jacksonville the Anhauser- FEW WORDS OF GRATITUDE.
me know what you want and get my egg are high. Brooders made to order
estimate It. Prompt attention fur southern climate. Recipe for Busch Opera "Quarts-ette," but for
given to nil work Sorehead, :2..!ots. Eggs for hatchingnow some cause, best known to myself, It did EAU GALLIE, FLA., FEED AND SALE SADDLE:; HORSES,
ready *l for U.: Blair's not appear. The day has been delightful
) Egg
March 23 1001.\ ..
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Farm, Merrltt, Fla. ; the ladles lovely: the gentlemen ...STABLES. BUGGIES,

William Ilindlc gallant; the boating good; the bathing Editor/ Kant Coast Advocate' ,
wet; the refreshments and fishing both BAGGAGE I'I SURREYS,
Job Printing.Do Dear bir:-I wish to gratitude I'
"out of sight," and I hope you all enjoyed express my M'.
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON yourselves." "I leave for Kansas to Mrs. S. E. Barbour, a resident TRANSFER; i :V-i: '.... C ; and TURNOUTS of
not forget the fact that at the ADVOCATE of during/ the winter season of Eau Gallle,
j WORKER. City In a few days. May not see any i&
oflice, Tltusvlllo, we do job again until my return next winter; if In the columns of the ADVOCATE. I IIAULINGETC. f ..all kinds..
you
Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. printing of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and Goodbye." consider she saved my life, and I feel I .

e expeditiously Letterheads, Note heads. so.in conclusion, the writer Is pleased to cannot do enough In return for what she J. W. OSBAN & SON.

GALVANIZED IRON STORAOE Billheads, Envelopes, Tags, and all other say that a more pleasant, jolly and has done for me. 1 have been suffering TITUSVILLE.Dack of Geo. M. Bobbins' offioe.FLORIDA..
t kinds. sociable lot of people he never met, and for years with cancer of the lip, and a
TANKS MADE TO ORDER. and that the banks olthe bt Lucle and few days ago three doctors performed an

Your Is For Sale at Florida. Indian Rivers are destined to become the operation by cutting oft the lip.I .
Patronage Solicited. Ueorglaiia,
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Favorite place for winter homes In never saw Mrs. Barbour In my life E. L. ER--:CYseO..,

COCOA, FLA. Floilda. (KANSAS' Cirv.) before, and her kindness Is all tbe more
15 acres Improved land, centrally loca- commendable as she has paid all my -DEALERS IN-

ted, frontage of 14 lodson. Indian River. I doctors bills and expenses of attendance, GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
Stanley Ivitching Contains tine young orange /grove In SENATORIAL COMMITTEE.COCOA and supplies me dally wide milk andother ,
bearing. Address, T. II. CHAMBERS, delicacies, I shall never, as long We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents/ for MAPES FERTILIZERS.We .
-Dealer In- llm Georgians, Fla. us I live, forget her kindness to me; and deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers.

__ ____ ___ FLA., Mar.' :21, 1004.{) If It were possible, pay her In full all Write us for prices on Grain .and all Groceries, delivered at your station
FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY, CIGARS, n The Senatorial Executive Committeeof she has given me, and my good wishes, E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE. FLA.
...................... the lath Senatorial DIstrict of the shall follow her as long" I live.
Tobacco Pipes Candies Fancy China
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and Temperance Drinks. t State of Florida, met at the town hall, JOIHALLUM..
E.
i Vesey Hall
Cocoa ]Fla. at :3 01. Members
p. present
The following brands of cigars: delivered' "ST. E. GOLDSMITH:
I at $J.23; per box of i 60: : Georgian, Fla. !\ : G.: S.:: Uardee, chairman; M. S. CHURCH NOTICES. ,
Jones, jr., secretary; M. S. Sams, JudgeA.
Humboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos, ::: Boat Builder. : ; E. Heyser, F. S.: Morse, and Geo -Dealer In-

ii Cremo, Cubanas, I'obalokl. Lalnbart; W. A. Filer, W. J. Tucker Rev. J. B. Hank will preach at City
STAPLE AND GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
Flinch Cards, 5o.( ; Hand Made Palmetto ; \ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK< and K: B. King represented by picxles, Point on Sund"ty, March 27th, at 10JO FANCY ,

Hats, We./; Write for Estimates. \ \ Jones and Morse. a. m. ; and at Eau Uallle at 7:30: p. m. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
STUART FLORIDA Moved and seconded that the Senatorial Epworth League service, Eau GaMe. at TITUSVFLLK FLORIDA.
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...................... candidates be assessed $15 each for 7 p. m. Sunday School at 2:30: p. m.i
each county, and that this amount be
the of this committee Rev. E. O. Bartlett, D. D., of Rhode
paid to secretary ,
Robbins & Graham Co. and divided by him between the Executive Island, will hold divine service at the INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

Committees of the two counties. Chapel, RockledKe; on Sunday next, at
Carried. 11 a. m ; and at the Presbyterian church, FLA.

: (Incorporated) a a0,ta0. Moved and seconded that the democratic Tltusvllle, at 7:3U:: p. m. Subject : "The Is prepared toYuralsh Ice In any quantity-backed or loose. Special attention
PAID UP CAPITAL 'W,000.00.: voters of these districts shall, elect Law of Giving and Receiving, and tbe paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Falrdeallng Is my motto.

This company owns live members for the Senatorial Committee Law of Growth and Progress." T. WETMORE, Proprietor.PALMETTO .

In each county, at the ensuing pii- The Right Rev. Wm. Crane Grey will
ZAN: :c s., Have your eyes examined and fitted mary. Carried. visit :St. Gabriel's church Tltiisvllle
Moved that the Committee adjourn, the 23th! Inst.
this, Friday, morning,
k the Indian! River Country; On the St. by the expert.DR. subject to the call of the chairman. Sermon, confirmation and hold com : : FIBRE

Lucle River; at New River and on Bay O. L. MANDAVILLE. Carried. munion. Also at :St.: Mark's church,
G. S. HARDER, Cocoa, at ';:30 p. m.
BIscayne. Prices to suit the times. Tltusvllle, Florida. M. S. JONKH, JR., Chairman, Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine -

Send for Land List. Secretary, service, on Sunday next, at Eden- For: MattressesI3 : .

TlbbaU, 10JO: a. m.; Waveland-Jensen,
Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla.: East Coast Meat Market OSTRICH :3 p. m., and at Stuart at 7:30: p. m.
FLORIDA FARM. Next week Holy Week, there will be
services In St. Gabriel's church, Tltus =L W_X.aTII1.LINO OLE: : 1N.

Hodgson Bros. G. F. DUREN, Agent. The perfect weather we have had of yule every day except Monday and Saturday .

!3:: late has caused great throngs: of touriststo at 10'HJ a. m.
eo oH gather at the Florida Ostrich FarmIn Made of the leaf of the Saw Palmetto
EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. -
-- Jacksonville.' The new manager, Mr.R. \ A TRIP TO NASSAU.On Sold In bales of CO-lbs, 100-lbs.. and_ 150-ibs.
Marine
the
Railway W C. Rogers, Is having; farm placedIn
0: first-class condition, and Is continually
General Merchants and !Ship Chandlers. pa
1 adding to the menagery. The big,: ostriches Monday next there will be an excursion
4 -Special Facilities.! are much admired by visitors! to to Nassau X.I*., via the P. Jk O. -Price only 2 Cents per pound-

For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing -- this famous resort; but It Is Oliver W., Steamship Co. The fare Is only $25.50, 4

=a the great racing ostrich, that attracts Including meals and berth while at sea, .
Yachts and Launches. the most attention. The young ostriches transfer of passengers and baggage, and
W a
Mention tbe ADVOCATE: vrbeu writing.; __ tow also attract considerable attention. Do two and a half days' board at tbe Hotel The River
: not fail to visit the Florida Ostrich Farm Colonial. This will be a grand opportunity Indian Fiber Co.

= I when Jacksonville. The electric cars to see Nassau at a very cheap
t tTITUSVILLE
OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale I
nr-- FLORIDA. go right to the door. rate. Don't forget It, Monday next. MELBOURNE, FLORIDA.
Cheap, at this office. .





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