East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00288
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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LOCAL NEWS -The announcements of candidates Clothing Sale: Hare OpportunityThe -Mr. R. E. Mlms jr., of Fort Pierce, Brevard County Lands For" Sale. I -The Opera house\ should be well I: '

for public offices will be found on our was in town on Wednesday filled tonight April 1, 10t>4. 1

And Topics of General Interest. 2nd page. merest glance will convince you of Next Sunday Is Easter Sunday so Merrltt'a Island, near Courtenay, formerly -Capt. n. Wilson, of Canaveral, was t ,

-Remember that a first-class company the rare values the Kline Clothing StoreIs do not forget your Easter hats and bon known all the Geiger Place; 107,4 In town on Saturday last, shaking band* 'ft k
and a good play will be at the Opera offering.; An offer of this kind, coming nets. acre). Fine pineapple, orange and vegetable with his many friends. s '. ,y. f fMessrs

THE ADVOCATE house tonight.Mr. so close to Easter is something; Indeed land. Price, *ll->(ll.) l'
-In sending Items for publication do J, II, and M. !S. Sam, well-
$1.50! per annum la advance. \ Claude Olmstead candidate for rare-an opportunity never before Merrltt's Island II1t1 coves, long fronton I
'. not fall to write names of people and known orange growers, of Courtenay
six months equalled. Indian River and
$1.00 representative for Brevard Including oyster
county, was In thl week. ; ,
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. In town, Monday.Mr. The garments; are in all the latest and places: very plainly. permits granted by Brovard County. were town ', I IMr

moat fashionable colorings and In both -!Mr. D. St. Clair Nisbet, of Indian- Good (land for vegetables and some good; T. D. Feaster, who has boen at f
subscribe the ADVO-
When you W. J. Tucker, a prominent resident single and double breasted models, and ola, has been attending to jury duty: at orange land. A flue oyster location. Fort! Pierce for several months, has returned -
OATB by the year It does not cost you of Fort Pierce, was In Titusville are made and trimmed on a scale of the the Circuit Court this week. Prloe, $4(10.Town ( to Titusvllle. .

I three cents,per week postage Inoluded. from Sunday until Monday. highest standard. of Tltusvlllo lot :11<, of East subdivision '

TalC EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on SWELL LINE MEN AND BOYS Clothing I I This Is a chance to obtain a suit at the -Mr. J. W. Bruner of Georgians, has of old block 4. A fairly. good -Mr. L. C. Moore, a prominent orange II
been visit to the sent
tale ac the following news-stands, at five I prices to suit. Don't buy until jrlcc of a single garment-ranging; in this week enjoying and a this office county .. bonne. Price, $:.250. grower at Ronolnnd, ha been enjoying a 1
cents per copyTituevilleRed: you\ see them. J. R. Walker A; Co. I price from $G to $15. call gave ) a pleasant Town of Tltusville\ lot :II, block A, visit to the county neat this week. \
Cross Pharmacy, We also' will put on sale a large assort Coleman' Addition. Large lot frontingon 1
Jacksonville-Duval hotel.'Windsor -Captain J. O. Walton's furnished", ment of up-to-date straw bats.JULIUS -Mrs. Webber left here, Thursday two streets, !good location near center -Mr. W. C. Ruwllnaon, one of Ankona's has- ,

liotel.Orlyot cottage in South Titusville, recently KMNK for Daytona" to spend several clays with of town. Good 8-room cottage Price prominent pineapple growers,
visit to THunvllla\ this
News stand painted and put in first-class trim, Is now Titusvllle, Fla. her son. )Mr. Frank Webber who Is express $7011. been enjoying a I

for rent. | agent! at that place.Mr. Town of Titusville, fine corner lot In week.

Note date of expiration printed upon To-day is Rood Friday but Is not -Our office has been redolent with business section of town. Price, tOIl, MATTING, MATTINGS!: NEW Spring .'
'' jour paper or wrapper every week. This observed as a holiday In Tltusville, although the sweet odor of roses this' week. W. It. Hardoe, a prosperous and Town of Titusvllle U residence. lots Stylo Liirgn assortment J. It. Wul- ;
for No need prominent pineapple of JenMl'n.spent .
li a receipt your money. grower '
went of railroad. Price |III each ker A Co. 1 It uav lJ1e.
will be held In the ,
for us to send receipt for subscription. services Epis Circuit Court ban brought, : a large several lays In Titusvllle this '
South Lake, :!l miles waist of Tltnsvllla I I.
| The date gUes; I It to you. copal church. number of people to town this week. week. 40 acres, fronting on lake, part hammook County School Superintendent R. t

*r Reading notice ads are ten cents Don't miss seeing !Marie Date and -The Indian River hotel Tltusvlllo, County Commissioner K. A. Conking and paitplno. Fine land for oranges, E. Mlms, of lloiiaventuro, wo among .

per line on thla page.ADVOCATES her company tonight.; The best play, has been doing a ilouilshlng business of Tlllman, "'Rsln town a couple of vegetables and pineapples. Price *o.) tho pleasant callers at thl office on Wed- I

finest company and most elaborate costumes this week. days or so this week and gave our office South Lake tt}6; miles west of Titus nonduy,
for sale at the Red of the season. vllle. Part fine hammock balance line
Tltusville. -The party who left a basket of oranges a pleasant call. MUHSI-S. Ja*. F. Mitchell, candidate; ..
Cross Pharmacy
-Mr. R. W. Rhodes, one of Miami's at the door of our office last even; -Mr. and Mr. O. II. Voss, of Enterprise high dry, pine (laud with beautiful view for tax assessor and e, II, Nauman, III

-To-day la All Fools Day. Do not ',prominent clothing merchants, was a Ing has our thanks for same. were In town n short while on of lake. Good orange veg table I1n.1plnealo I candidate for County Commissioner, :)
fool visitor In Titusvllle Sunday looking at land. 100 acres Price, $SM( ). worn In town yesterday
let anyone you. Monday, en route to West Palm Beach
ter his orange grove Interests here. -Capt. John Houston, of Rail Oallie, for the Section A, Township! South Range .
-Mr. H. N. Trapnell, of Sarasota, Fla., candidate for the office of County Com summer !17 East; 42jg! acre, fronting on Indian -'IIMII Alice Sander, who ha been at "

stopped In this office Friday last, on his I -Miss Annie Norwood expects to missioner was a visitor to Titusvllle -The ADVOOATK office has been Inun- River and Horse Cieek, :a.!,'-Q miles northof (DoFiinlnk Spring, FU., for several ;

way to Miami.Mr. i leave this afternoon for a short visit with this week dated with down-river callers this week Rae: Gallle. Splendid high land, fine months, passed through here yesterday j

O. C. Bourne, who has been in Mateo.her sister Sbe Mrs.wllll'elu1'O J. T. Knox, at San of SEE F. A., W WADDELL Miami Fla. and many of them did not fall to leave largo: quarry of Coquina rock, high: elryan.1 en route to her home at Indlanola.
on Tuesday Fine
l.fiO/ for lionltliy. andllnl"ll.plo
subscription. orange \ {
of the Canaveral Club's launches If want Orange Pineapple
charge next *eek.Mr. you an : Grove land.<< Splendid residence site Price -Mario Dale and her company arrived I
all the winter, left for Boston Monday. Plantation or Vegetable Farm -Mrs. L. C. )Ilrannlnp who' has been' $1IHK, In town this morning, and will bat d
O. E. Robertson representingthe At Right Prices.Mr. spending the winter at Palm Reach, returned -' 1 10OI. ;,
FURNISHED COTTAGE TO LET In Terms will be made reasonable to reliable the Opera house tonight; April ,
South Tttusvllle. Apply! atAovocATETltusville. firm of office Lyon Bios Co.,call New York Ion-, Cbas. Mast, a prominent citizen to Titusvllle on Wednesday andMr. puichasms. Apply to Music, song and a good play\ I
gave our a pleasant on Brannlng will follow In a week or
of prosperous Eden, was In town a D. L.GAUI.DKN,
day. IIe his i
was on way to two. Tho lost coat, advertised last week'
-Mr. T. O. Ronald of Lotus, was In points south, as far as Miami. couple of days or so this week and gave Or, Titusvllle, Flat ADVOOATK, him been found It is owned I
our office a pleasant call.Mr. -Mr. E. I,. Brady left for Miami on WM. A. WAUNOCK Jamaica N Y. .
town last Satuidaj, In connection with a -There has been quite a change In look by Mrs. Wm. II. Booth, of Albany, N. Y.,
to after his Interests
purchase of five acres of land he had the F. E. C. Ry. time table this week. J. W. Bruner, one of GeorjtlRna's In Wednesday that up-todate, city. Between his who was quite delighted, to get the coat j
made from S. A. Osteen.Mr. The northbound trains leave Titusville well known orange growers, was There will be service at the Episcopal again, It being a valuable one.'I: '
the pleasant callers at this office stores, orange groves eto., Mr. Brady U church Titusvllle on Sunday' next,
among ,
candidate for at :3 I :0.i a. m. and 1:18: m. Going south ,
John II. p. .
Wynn a busy Hart-
-\II'S.! R. Jones of New
on Tuesday. lie was one of the grand Easter Sunday. Appropriate music will\ Henry
the office of Commissioner and the trains are timed to leave at 1 ::37 a. m. j
County ,
and 3'll: jury DAILY. FURNITURE, be sung by the choir. Service In mornIng ford, Conn., mother of Mrs. Win. M.
Mr. J. D. Almond of Fort Pierce, were : p. m. \Furniture Brown hall boon enjoying a visit to MIami -
Anything want. In only.
the visitors to town this week. -Mr. W. Herbert assistant you
among superintendent She will return to Tltusvlllo -
this :
PRiCES TO SUIT ALL PARTIES-In thin line. We meet all outside com :
of the Clyde Line whnif at -The Easter number of the Miami
-Attorneys Erwin, of Miami; and E. Improved and unimproved propertyIf Charleston, S C., has, returned to Tltus Walker and pay the fielght. J. R, N'ewltlllcol.talnlya- very creditable numher. today or to-morrow. I T' i'

lily, of DeLand.. have been In town a you want to buy, don't tail to see vlllo from a trip to Palm Beach nud & Co. It Is seml-llliiKti-utod\ printed, on -Mr. and Mr*. E. J. A. Drennen and ,
couple of this week to E A. Miami I FU.Capt. .
days attending Waddell
law matters before Judge Jones. Miami. -Mr. J. II. Allen, of Elmira N. Y., line-toned paper, and brim full of Inter and AI r. Everett" 1)rtlnot'n, who hsvobeen

; J. )[. I.nllin again In port WE HAVE TIJE .-All the season's who recently bought the FUnnery place eating uews. Such a publication<< t is a spending tho winter nt the Duminltt J

BUY YOUR EASTER HAT.-ONLY with his schooner, Ruse Marie, after a latent effects and fabrics. Silk: Tissue' at the Iliuilover, him been enjoying a credit to the publisher Mini 1 the iiuople of orange> grove, left for their. home nt Mar-
two days to select in. We have wnek's. rust st the Indian River Dude Ill'other Hjrlogton we 0. Tuesday stopping
more cruise sr nth /ns far as Palm Beach. As Corded Madras, Batlstle, Ginghams. hotel. county. tin' Ferry, 1> ,
them. Prices are right. J. R. Walker soon as Mr. Chas. 1<'. Soothing airives The line Is complete. Hoe them. Write lie will 800n leave for the north. congratulate/ you. over at St. AiiXUNtlno; and Jacksonville i

& Co., Titusville. from New York they will go down to for samples J. R. Will kef& Co. -Did you see the two fat men training Judge H. II Tye, a ,prominent retd en route. "

Judge,: J. D. Bepgs( prosecuting attorney the Florida keys after tarpon.Mr. Miss Bessie Orlsard and her cousin, for n foot race Monday afternoon 1 Twoof dent of WHIIiimsburg/ Ky who has CltirKEN KGG*.Rhodrt, ) Islam! Red] t:

for the Seventh Judicial Circuit, E. M. Good nil, of Sanford: Me., Miss Lula McGill\ of SheIy v file, Tenn., our noted citizens, Mr J. N Waller been spending Homo t trod lat Kurt! Pierce, winter layers. ; $1,.M per sitting. J. T.
was n guest of the Indian River hotel who. ban been spending the winter on the who la visiting her at Melbourne, this end Mr. J. t1 Walker, had an exciting enjoying the liahliig, wall n plonniuit' cull, Fuastor'I'Itusvlilo) .. It,. IteowMr r
this week. He was atteolog to his usual East Coast on board his fine auxiliary winter spent from Friday till Sunday race for a hat on our principle street. t>r nt thin nfllro on Monday, accompanied

duties at the Circuit Court. launch, the Nemo, had her hauled out with Miss Aleph Mlms In Tltusvlllo. They are evidently renewing their youth. by the lion Wade II .1 un".., candidate R W Goode, postmaster of Mel.
fur SlaleMenator.( bourne bas been In town several days '
Mr. C. E. McMullen\ of Lakeland Kin., on Nelson's ways, Tltinvillo, on Wednesday -Mr*. Jo*. G. Gerry, who been spendIng 'Vhegenial; judge '
-Mr. Chas M. Coss who Circuit Court. Mr.
and left for his northern home. so success I I.* delighted with Indian River title week attending
was a pleasant caller at this office on the winter at Rockledge, was passenger friends. [
fully managed the Wayside Inn, Jensen, GooiM's many ) were pleased to r
Saturday last. Mr. McMullen on lIbda's train on her return to I -Dr. E J.. Mayo, prominent resident .
was on
-Mr. P. Z. Kyzer' of Minis, was In and the Netherby, Eden, all the winter, see him In to..n. and gave; him some
his way home for a rest, !after a very lIAr summer home at Rocknway Beach/ : of DeKalb) III., who spent' several handshake We 1
town on Wednesday, and, like passed through beret .Wednesday, on his "A 11 Id i LatigStnu" acknowledge
busy season at Miami, as foreman of the many N. Y. Mr. Gerry has again decided to' weeks In Titusvllle, this winter, with call from Postmaster
to to few sMrs.
others, planked down $1.50 for a year's way Daytona spend a days a pleasant
job department of the Miami Metropolis.Read come South, and has leased the White Mrs. Mayo and bright little son, Kd-: Gooflo.
subscription to the ADVOCATR New Wm. M.( Brown, assisted by cottages for next season. She expect ward, wlltes the AIIVOOATK as follows: {
the ad. of W. A. Merryday Co., subscribe are dully rolling In from allover her mother Mrs II R. Jones John C. Perkins of Port
will entertain to bring a big party of friends to Hock- "Enclosed find draft for $1,50 for your -The Rev ,
dealers In hay grain flour, orange box the county-and that is what helps the ladies of the Tittmvllle Progressive lodge next winter. newsy. paper for the coming year. U'e land, Me., who I III a guest of Hotel Or-

material, etc., on our 4th page. the advertiser to sell bill goods.Mr. Culture Club, at her residenceon have found your valuable paper of much mood, came down to T'ltimvllla, Saturday -

-:Mr. J. O. Bennett, of New York, J. J. White, of Rockledge, who Julia street nest Monday afternoon.Mr. a native-Itev.of l eopold Hungary/ Wintner and ,the of Brooklyn Rabbi of, Interest to us and to other 1111 well We lust to spend. a day or I., with hi* '
who generally spends his winters at are settled In Pulatka for H week or ten cousin, sir. Chan. .J. Hooper' head book.
had been attending Court this week, followed Joe Mendel, of LaGrange; has the Jewish Temple of Brooklyn, who
Rockledge, did not come south this sea data longer, and must say we ale enjoying keeper for D. W. Monroe Co., of Del_
in the footsteo of many others, the thanks of the ADVOCATK for presentof has been touring the East Coast, was a ,
son owing to the Illness of his sister down this lino Florida very snitch" Dr. pltio. Mr. Perkins I la a Unltirlan minister
by planking $1.50 for anotheryeu's a large bouquet' of beautiful Marshal pleannnt visitor In this office on Sunday t
Miss Bennett. Both Mr. and Miss Bennett to the ADVOCATE. and Mr. Mayo spent several weeks attune of prominence la Portland and I III
subscription Nell roses. They have been a welcome Mr Wintner has been on the East Const
were missed at Rockledge this winter We to note that all Breakers, Palm, Beach, ere leaving delighted i with I the East Coast weather
are pleased nearly addition to our editorial rooms this for the past six: week, and say he hall 'I
They are now at the Palmer house, our old down-river subscribers are renewing week. enjoyed every minute of his time. lie fur Palalka after the severe winter he left In Maine. I

Lakewood, N. Y. their subscriptions while many loft, Monday to take In the Ocklawaha Referring to Mr. Oeo Von L. Meyer, In to-day' paper the announcementof I
-Capt. Qro. O. Gleanon, of the E C. ..
-Mr. Jerome Twlchell of Kansas City, new ones are adding their name to our L C. it T. Co., was a passenger on liver trip. of Boston, a member of Canaveral Club, the withdrawal" of ir..W. S.: Graham '

Ho who has been on his pineapple mailing \list. terday' southbound train en route yell-to -Mr. and Mr*. C. L Berge. Mix near Tltusvllla\ a telegram from Naples, from the \law /firm of Graham, Patterson ..

plantation at Stuart for several months, -In this issue of the News will be Palm Beach and Miami. He says the Mabel Beige and Muter Eugene Bergs, Italy: siivs: -On the Invitation of Km-: & Erwin appears. This Is made because .

"as a pleasant caller at the ADVOCATE found the announcement of M. Goldsmith dredging: between the Tomoka and Ma- a very genial quartette who have been poror William, Ambassador Meyer aimsto of !Dr. (Graham' physical condition,

office on Saturday Mr. Twlchell.. hav. Tltusville, for Piosocutlng\ tanzas rivers Is being pushed forward as In TitiKvllle for three month, left here Naples from (tome today, (March 27) which I I.* such that he ha for some time ,

Jog a $10,000 winter residence built on torney. Mr. Goldsmith Is one of the quickly as possible. this (Friday! ) morning! for Jacksonville, and dined with his majesty on board the be..n unable to take any active part In 1
his property at Stuart, and he will In oldest and best known attorneys In the via the St. John River. They will upend German Imperial; yacht lfuhenzo1\\ rn. the business. of the firm, and he desiresnow
time, make his place one of the beauty county and his many friends will be gladto -Visitors to Titusvllle this week were Saturday at St.Augustine, and Sunday In The Ambassador' nat at the light/ of the to be entirely free from all cares of

Pots of Indian River. know that he bas yielded to their ex. surprised at tbe large business) done bv. Jacksonville sail Monday morning Emperor, on whose left, wa Father any kind whatever Ills many friend,

pressed wishes, to become a candidate. our merchants, who have very (large and on board the Clyde Steamer Comanche, Botilfiice Krug, formerly of the Benodlotine all well all hill associates, hop that he
Referring to Mr. Wade H. Jones, of varied stocks of and ., I''
Tltusville Ills service to the Democratic party In superior np-to-date Tbe above party said they them- aboey at Beatty, 1' ., and now may eventually become so entirely well
the West Palm Beach correspondent Watch the ads of the enjoyed abbot of the of Monte CR 1
goods. abbey
this county has been faithful aim sincere. prominent solve much while In Titusvllle and 11II no. a* to IMS with them In the days to come
to the Times-Union sayi : "Hon."ode fitted his merchants In the ADVOCATK columns. The Ambassador' and the Idiot were the friend advisor and, helper In the continued 1
II. Jones candidate for state from lie Is probably by long experience hope to return here next winter. all ,
fulfill the duties of ... only guests of the Kmperor: who joking growth and develuporoent of this
the Thirteenth District has bnen In the to the office as .1'>11'. Joseph Jefferson expects to II
city' for several In, the Interest of well or better than any Democratic lawyer leave Palm Beach Jacksonville today, I ly said that U was" an Ameitcan dinner. section, for which he ho done MO great; a '
days lie Is JCockledge Indian Jtlver At the request' of the Emperor Amlinnsa- In the !Miami Metropolis
his candidacy. Mr. Jones efficiently In the county. not controlledby to meet the other members of bill com part p""t.-
very Ism and
doe accompanlml Father
any ring or faction: and will be in a pany, who will arrive In Jacksonville to Meyer
represented Brevard in the
County Monte C'asslno: where vUlt. :
Krug to they .iI
last position to care for the business of the morrow. It was Mr. Jefferson's Inten- 4 4i t
session For Hale.
and follow Cow
he baa
a strong Ha ell l the abbey and' admired the work of
one of the most attractive and
big throughout Brevard and Dade coun- people in a thoroughly satisfactory man- tion to open the season at Jacksonville, "
of the famous mosaic there
Fort Pierce News. bent stocked stores along the East Coastof : restoration ,
ties, ner.- but as the new Opera house not completed "
Mr. Meyer I III the United State Ambassador .
Florida. You find
can everything I 4
Mr. Jefferson will not perform In
After April 13th, Ten Fine MilchCow y
to Boroll.I .
you need at this store. All kind of Hoe
Jacksonville on this occasion.A "
*; bred to the Finest Registered ,
Portland Cement.Our !groceries and western meats. I --- ----
: Gardners Guernsey Bull In Florida. Being; short j
christening took place at St. Oabrlel's Particular attention paid to the need Sash and Door. a a
I' Episcopal church, Tltnnvllle yes- of yachtsmen and cruising parties. .. I of pasture we are compelled to dispose
FURNITURE.DRY. terday morning when the Infant lion of II I of a part of our herd. No reasonableoffer
last consignment of 150;)( barrels of GKO. N. HATCH, Prop. '
the| famous Saylor's Special Sidewalk GOODS Mr. and Mrs. George M. Kobblns was Barton Ave, Rock ledge. I i Just received, two carload of sash refused. t
SHOES. E. W. .&, ""KX: ,
( ,
; christened by Archdeacon B. F. Brown. t.
was sold In two weeks. Another and doors, bought before the recent advance 1
lot on the way. Try It. It Is good. New books, hassocks, hampers, lap- The little fellow was christened Charles) In prices. We can give you the -Orrnond----- .Fja.Iteaii ? f.,

East Coast Lumber & Supply Co., robes screen cloth. Douglass Robblns. Major M. F. Taylor Fine Property For Sale. lowest market prices. J
0._t Eau Gallie, Fla. stood godfather and Mrs. E. I). Wager: East Coast Lumber and Supply Co., ,,KaMkctM, ,
CHAS. A. GARDNER: Tltusville, Fla. godmother. 0-2t Kan' (Gallle, Fla. and floats Crates.

PHOTOGRAPH EYJ..A RO IYG.-J. II. Two nice cottage, adjoining) each
Arc --
You -'- 'I
Going: North of Altoona Flo. has other in North '1'1 tun 11I11 with an acre
Launch and Schooner for Sale. Brantley appointed '
Miss Ester Lowery, of Tltusville of hammock and five acre of rich muck Lund for Halo. A full'stock now on' i nand. : J"f'I t

Do not fall to get; your tickets via the local agent for the Consolidated land, suitable for truck farm. Good East Coast Lnmb A; Supply Co.!,

Popular Clyde Line, frnm the agent! Launch, 23xSft., 5 horse power Palmer Portrait and Frame Co., of Chicago.All river front. The larger; cottage bas three 0-11 '; Run tattle and Fort Pler ..
Choice 5 and 10 Iota the Pen- .
acre on
C. II. WALTON: engine 1 old. Price 0000.. orders given her for the enlarging; sleeping room and a servant' room upstairs -4..LSulphur \
Tltusville, Fla. One Cruising Schooner 33ft. long; of photographs and framing of pictures ; and a parlor, sitting room dining Insular, between Waveband and Hawaii Springs(. for Hale: f
will be room and kitchen below. The Point fronting on both Indian and St. !
built $4001)0. promptly attended to, adjoining ) r'I.r
strongly .
light draft ; .
I.uolerivers. Also Improved place, and -
T. COSRAR Jc Co. and work guaranteed. Miss Lowerywill cottage ha* two sleeping rooms an.1and
, Dissolution Notice. K. Daytona Fla. be found at her home at; Sun servant1 room In second tory, and neat three-room unfurnished cottage to The famous Avon Sulphur Springs located -

4.4t ... beam, in suburbs of Tltusville. sitting room, dining room and fcitohlng rent. Apply to C. H. lUcier, at Avon Livingston county, N. Y.
\ Notice is hereby given that the firm of below. Large; brick cisterns to both 7may Waveland, Fla. About one hundred acre of land' Inclr dIng !

Morgan &; Banning, Red Cross Thartiisville. Jean ISaaketH. house*. Adapted for a nice winter ; about twenty acre of beautiful park ,
macy: Fla., Is hereby dUsolv- Shoe Jtepalrliig.I home. Cleaning ami 1'resslnjy. five spring of iiitpbar water and a flrnt-
t M co' The Ked Cross Pharmacy will beT'hlnueel Price, $),500 for the entire property class half mile race track These spring
'I by F. A. Morgan. We have Just received a carload of do all Jilnd of boot and shoe repairing Terms, $1OOO rah, $I,3/JO on mort- -- produce the finest anlphur water kn->wn.
18th, 1904.FEKDEEICK. Bean Basket; price, 12cts. each. and do not forget I&. Opposite Ja*. gage at 8 per cent. All work done up-to-date. Call and For further partlenhira addrawsC. 4

A. Mono!'. East Coast Lumber: Supply Co., Pritchard A. Son. AXDREW GINHOX.Tltasvllle Apply to OEO.: M. RomiiMt, Me me. Andrew. Gibson, at the Parlor :. S.:: CU.A PI'"TIf.:

Wrxsxox: S. BKA"IYG. g.2t EAU Gallic FU. Fla. 4-fit Titusvllle, Fla. Barber Shop:: on Washington avenue. 2 t'



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THE MODERN NOTE. Opaac California Prune Wafers.

_ cures a. cold In 24 hours. Relieves Purely vegetable, they me nature's Women as Well as Men Florida East Coast Ry.

- It I. Not .Sentiment bat Ury.jp Neuralgia: Bronchitis and Ileadace. product and should be In every house- Are Made Miserable by
1 WIth Ott.h of IIamor.According Comforting and Curative. Swift Sure hold. They cure constipation and all

to the modern notion and /Safe The Best of All Cold Kerne- disorders of the stomach liver and Kidney Trouble.Kidney LOCAL TIME CARD No. 53. In Effect Feb. 16,1904.

---1' man should bo Homethlng of nn artist dies, because the most efficient. Opaac bowels. 100 wafers 2.;;c, Red Crone. .. "II>

In life. HP slioulU at leant uppour to' Is a small chocolate coated tablet and U I Pharmacy, Tltuavllle, Fla. S SSUTHBOUNO-READ DOWN. ;;'';. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.

I play bin part easily with dash And old at 23o a box. Red Pharmacy. -- trouble preys upon the mind dis '-_ .

I_ gusto like tin- acrobat who perform Where Tlirre le n Crowd. courages: : and lessens ambition; beauty,vigor Ne.211. Ne.09 J 110. 311 No.29, No.231 STATIONS. 1110.28 No.88 N".18 No.14 N. 25
llaU Dall.1' Daily. II-'Iy.' 1)aily. J I 1.1"1.1'" Daily. D.uly. D""I.1' Daur.
r each dungfrouM, feat sinllliiK. This la The Vain of Ea..I... Tom-I suppose' you spent u plonsont or .._.l..,;;;;.) I- and cheerfulness soon -
I. ;) disappear when the kidneys ;....... rU 1:1: p 10 U'111f1. a Lv J'kiuuiv's: Ar' isa a II di a 7.0 ........
] la onllc1l". tile I'eutlier hi t.Ue. cop of The bruin that never cullt upon!; Itself evening with your !best girl. ........ S 13 ..JO""is a J'kuiuuuy'. Lv ..,..... 1.la ..l' _
courage- >ruvtry with hum r added.It for work must become! dull and stupid. DlcU-Plonsnnt? Huh! A fallow can't *' are out of order ........ i I 1 aop 11111a .Si ."" ." ... I OOa I so a In p' 601'...
the .: or diseased. ........ 11091' IIl1f.. ....... ...li..tlnK...... (148. ........ ........
la the Hplrtt In which Luugtungpen and It la the: annie way with muscles make love to Ills girl In a crowd. I -'. I Kidney trouble has ........ 10 12 I' 12 13 p 0 40. ...E. 1'.latkBOl.. 5 18. S I 82 a I' II 44 p..
wan taken in which Cyrano composed of the body. They are filled with Tom-Oh. was there a crowd there "i" become -- -
so prcvalent
... ..... 10 1111'' 1160 P 10011. Ar..I.tk.. .Lv ........ 05 a 6 n" 6 110 ........
his !ballade while he ougbt a duel for blood vessel. that should be up and Dick-Yes. und the chump didn't hare L I that Ills not uncommon ..... .. .6iJl 11 451 a gI6.Lv..J'.I.tk.Ar.........6 00 5 .RQ.. .ao l'p ...._
Cyrano and Alan Urock no less than uoing. The 1 blood bait several purposes sense enough to realize'that he wasn't for a child to be born 1 -- -
\ ? ........ .. FlIp ArSan M.teo Lv ......... 800..
If afflicted with weak kid .......
Hulvuney and Sherlock Ilohuou are and one in' to curry away the waste wanted.-Chicago Tribune. ........ 110\1 Stun' '7116a Ytta 'I15p ? .......
very nioil<"-n Lwroc13.Steveiisons ( fluid" of the body. The lungs are a : L 1 neys. If tho child urinates -- --
t :. too often. If the ........ .... 12 43 p L".. Neo"a ..Lv I .... ...
whole life was one long sort of relinyry, and the M"ml\ Is a distilling Opaac urine scalds the flesh or If when the child ........ .. .... 1 Olp ... .... .......
devotion to tills Idfiil. lIe carried his a(,'<-'nt. It the blood becomes ........ ..... .. 1 oap ... .... ....
cures! a cold in 21 bourn. A modern reaches an age when It should be able te ........ 111 ...
1 lUp 47
111 health and penury bravely and wittily Lick mid unhealthy and sluggish/ the! Remedy for LaUrlppe, InfluenzaCoughs' / control the passage. It Is yet afflicted with ........ UUp lt7p .... 30 4 4 ..............

Into fur' corners of tho earth body does not keep its. youthful state. Jronchllln, Horn Throat, Neuralgia' and bed-wetting depend upon It. the causo of ..... ... ..... 107p ......L..4 I .... .......
....... U11. ...
through many strange adventures. As Eyes grow dull, lips lose their redness, Hhllu matlRm. Purely vegetable, easy the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first ......... ........ II 1101'tOp .... 01 to ...1.. ...........
he wrote to William! Archer" : "The and the complexion U. sallow and un- and pleamtnt to take and never rails to step should be towards the treatment: of ......... 1" a 3 19 p .... 03 a ....
.... .... ....... a 87p .... ....
these i 3 .
quick cliff. O ,anoln small ehuo- Important organs. Th13 ..
In and mater five a unpleasant
medicine !bottles and lovely. It an easy simple ..
on my chimney _..... 0p ...
lOp .......
the blood on handkerchief are acci to make exercise a !.lIlbit. olate coated tablet, and IH Bold at 25o; a trouble Is due to a diseased: condition: of the .... .... ...... 17p .Bunnella. ... 29 .......
my box. lied CruB I'liaimacy, Titusvllle. kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as ........ ...... 4 oa p .. ... 11 ca l' ..... 13 19 I ...
dents. They do not exist In my pros -' most people suppose.: ........ ...... 11811> .... .... ........ 11 80 .. ........
pect." Warrant Every Hottlo. Women well ,.................. 813t> .... ....... ..... ... 1041. .. ......
One !''I..t'II l'lu.ant '1'10..ul&'l0 t.J'orJlII1I111't' as as men are made miserable : ........ 617 1031' 8 1311 ..... 10 I' 11 110. 1010 II 12 ....
The melodramatic gloom of Byron If troubled with rheumatism RiveChamberlain's : ( old..Tulliinii !. with kidney and bladder trouble, ........ ...... ...... 047p ... a ....... 10 IS .... ....
the lachrymose pathos of Dickens and 1 tin not and both need the same great remedy. ...... ...... ..-.. 000 l' : .... 840 ......... 10 O .... ...
Fain Balm trial. It will -Oli. yt>n.v are my dt-ar. The __.... ..... e I p .... I t1 ....... 10 Of .... .. .
the shallow of Thack does noood.. mild and the immediate effect of ....... .... 33 .... .. p..
sentimentality not cost you a cent It It / O"OI'RlannVell. .... .. p 8 80 U in ....
eray touch the source of our tears less One application will relieve the pain. ItalNo we are jtwt as Swamp-Root Is soon realized./It Is sold .... ... ..............a 19 p .. 00 II ... .......
young as uny girl nf our In town. ) ... .
age I t .
by druggists
and bruises In one- : fifty- 4/J' i U :: tg & :
I sorely than the sheer goy heortednc cures sprains -IIl and In the face of disease, difficulty third tbft time required by any other cent and one dollar : !4-/ 'Jc':::: -' g 18 a II 86. 8 tiS to p 4 Beach. 7 co p.. 8 25 a.. 10 I 05 P
courage sizes. You have :m i ,11' 30 ... ..... 07
treatment. Cuts burns tro bites may a ::i( lOin. p .iioie. ton p---------- 7 a 11211'
or danger.] This Is the modern sample bottle by mall .1" '_" ." 2010. Up .... ...... 8 p.. I ..... 0 Up
In the sldu. and client Itiieliu Waferscure
clever uinsy, pnias rr It) 65 liS p ... .. ". 0 ... t3
note. A told that .
woman me free also tell- a..0. p.. .
glandular and other dwellings are quick- Scalding ITrine Backache Rheumatism pamphlet name of 8wauip-R$ It 12 4S p.. ... .. ... t7p.. 53 VIa.a.... ... tl1p
every when he young reached man of certain her acquaIntance Iy cured by applying It. Every bottle Nervousness, Joss of Flesh Sediment thousand Ing all about, of testimonial It, including letters many received ot the 11 11 4 50;) .. 07 13 p l'. .5. html.City...Lv t p... .. 5 II .. ..A. .. 3 8GOTr.la. 87 P
of Intimacy
a degree warranted. Price :23; and f 0u. For sale In the Urine, Renal Calculi Ilia

quoted these lines of Henley's: by> all druggists: and medicine dealers. bates and all Kidney troubles Including from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer do not stop at. stations where time 1M not ahown.
& Co.. Binghamton N. Y., be lure and
Under the bludgeoning of chance .. ... -- -- - irlght's[ ; Disease. They are purely a mention this
F My head la bloody. but unbowed. vegetable compound and net directly on paper. Condensed Schedule Between Jaoksonville and St. Augustine.

-Claude Bragdon In Reader. the weakened tissues and blood vessel! .

TROPICAL of the kidney and urinary organs. Soldat I I OLEflffONYTA JACKSONVILLE [No. 23. No.29+ No. 27t No.35+ rlo 9t No.93+ 'lt..
I THE KANGAROO'S STORY.Wfcy uOo a box, by lied Cross Pbarmacy.ANNOUNCEMENTS. Cures Coda! | Prevent Pneumonia TO ST. AUGUSTINE J 1I..lly lJalil 1Ia\ly Daily 125J Iz.IIJ I 1I.\ly l>"lly 1..L".rLv.

-- .Jack.on.Ule.... 7 11II a 10 00 a 10l.! a 1215 p I 30 p 2 30 p 008 ,. 028 P9381'
.Ar. 8..AlIgulltlDe...\ IMII 11 10. 1li6.: 11111' 2301' 3301' 3001'1 9151>\ 9Up\'03ip
the t>oe. Throw Their Yonncr FISH AND OAME WARDEN. ,

_ Away When Hard I>r.... !. PINE APPLE I hereby announce mynotf a candidate for I IT. AUGUSTINE No.28+ No. 92+ No.90j No. -" WotjN .70 50.74*

L "I have hourd that men folk lu theIr the the ufllne action of of Fish the democratIc and Game Warden prlmiirv.subject to !,0 held to JACKSONVILLE Daily Daily Daily r..a8t J. I8u" 11..111' ;. : t Daily J.a11y

blindness deem our does to be. lackingIn Under. this head will appear tho annnnnoemennts May 10th. X. A, RUBLNSON.: Lv. St.Augustine... 6 00 a T 110. T 80. n 10 al1l 4'1 a. p 4 110 p 8 to p 6 20 p 8 40 p
the proper Instincts of maternity because Joiinty of ollkeM.'l'ho candidates, for I lie various Htate and I.. Ar. Jack.onT11Ie.... 0 00. 8 60. S 40 a 'Z 10 pjl 2: 40 P.112'0 II II liD l' 7.0 l' 730 p 740 P

they hove found that a doe kangaroo TAR aMWINE.111 dim|re for insertion of announcement MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD.'
I 'rom now until the primaries are over, will lie !
when bunted will throw away ln.no, an exception. However being: made in the To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County) The Following Are Through Pullman Trains:

: Us offspring! to cave Its own skIn by CIUtO of tluise who Hank elect Ion a. utIlity CnmmiSHluners I hereby announce myself a candidate before EASTERN TurNS WESTERN TRAINS
hastening Its 'd. TliU." Old or Members ot the County Hoard' of the cinmlnv primary for Member of School Hoard :::::T sod 35-New: York anuS Florida Special ;::: I 5 sod I 8-c hicego A Fi..rtd' Special
ttpc says i'ubllo Iimtriiotlon woo will be charged f 1.80, from First LiUtrli-t, and lieu the support| of my snd 31-southern's Palm Limited 93 sod 92-Ohieuiiro and Florids. LimibsdNo.
I Man Jack In tbe "Autobiography of or one half the reirnlnr rate. democratic friends to secure nomination.P. .43 and 44-8."bo"rd Florida Limited. +No. 27 end 3o-Th. FlorlI" Lirni.tTheee

aD Australian Kangaroo" in rennon's ..:, It Is to le> understood that no announcement L. KY2UR. Irsinu are composed exclusively, of Pullman Car. and extra aputt tare will be eharge&
will be Inverted wi hunt being paid these trains. which extra east tire I. .
fDsy oosc.e operated 0" on ao : or ohargea.S.&NrORD
Magazine "Is simply scandalous and
for in advance ns we bites l"arne.llrolD expertentiu
foolish. that till U the only safe rule. The many friends or A. J. Carter of Tnrnbull ,
have tirged him tjbecomo a ramllilate for the BRANOn. ORANGE CITY' IIRANOII.Wo.I .
Men people are evidently not aware otttreof M..mler of Krevard School Hoard for
that our youngsters Use the mother's has cured more bad fOR coUSTY: JUPOE.: the First Ulntrlct,aid| he Hollclta the support of I I 8..&.TIO".. No. I 2 No..3 1 No. I 8T'TtOUIl. No. Z No.4
all his friend*at the coining primary on May10th. _nily J Daily Daily t".11 laiI7 .baily
pouch almost up to tbo age of maturity. To the i>em oratlu Voter of llrevard Cnnnty tJUvliin MASY Vtii'Eit.To .
cases of Indigestion I Ii,en h morrd liv the voters of Brevardoountv 06 sLy......... 'riiusville.........Ar? 12 tOp 410p lOlOalLv..N. Stnyrn".Ar U5p 7 lOp
Would they have our does attempt toCy I .......... ..... / ,.
with the ilJlci of Cimnty JudK, I now I Is a Ly. Osteeui ... .Art 11 I'a OOtp lilla LakaHelen Ar hip 5 OOp
from dog and men and horses before sollultuuc 1 the Democratic Voter of IlrBvard County; a Ly..JIinaerprl..A II 00. 1115. l ills/L".O.nlelly.Ar, 00r a Up
La Stomach come yon again your support IIIU
Grippe .......... ... ..... .
with ;yonngiter weighing nearly fifty for re elecitlon ankileut to tile jitlinurv t l>e both. F reniiiTtfull announce my candidacy Member a AI' S.oford .L" 1080. 5 2O1' )1 45a Ar. .Or. City Jo Lv 12 Gap II 311 p
Vay! loth. If nominated, and eltsuted I will iii, 2nd
uf Hoard of Pub]la Instruction from the :
pound la their pouches? Tho thing disorders Coughs and d..r to continue In the diHnlmrgeof ilmdutles illatrlot the coming democratic primary. and II". III No. 11 No.10 No. 20
would be Importnibl. of said ufllce with fidelity to the people I rnHoit I ha confluence and support of my fellow I MAYFORT I
Colds this winter than A. 1). FENNEY.. ell....".. .lIID4.y Daily BRANon. D.lly. Sunday
"Amour a* a mother ft* taogbt to toss R. E. MIMS. .aly. only

bor youngsters to ptla* of safety CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT.'fo 11 00 a 4 6' P L"...............................I..klO.'Ill.'. .........................ir 8 81. 4 00 P
when the Is bard pTWfwwi. If abe could ALL OTHER remedies 1108. 4 53 Lv..k JkuonilIe............. ........ ... ..L' 8\12a I 811pII
the Democratic Voters of llrevard County I FOR COUNTY COMIM88IONER '0.. II It n !................................. .inch......,. .................... ..Lv 7110. a lOp
DOt throw U to a plan! fcr safer In the I h..robyauinounoutyiielf as candlilate for I candidate' for 11411. S 15 p Ly._.........................501,00 B_........ ,.. ............. t, 74 a 8151'
circumstance than her own pouch she combined. the nlllce of Clerk: :of the Circuit I Court at thelemooratlo election hereby a*announce County Commissioner myself as a for the Flint lOilOm l' .....................................,pon..M..L' 1505 lOOp
primary,to be hula May 10, 1Of.!! and
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would .with It and face DlHtrlot subject to the action of the tlemoomtloprllDary.M..y
torn at bay any will
appreciate your support.
"In the of mother. when we
were chased and sore as the bunt be- TAX ASSESSOR .
the Democratic Voters of Brevard County t
came dangerous! she would pause. draw I hereby announce myself a candidate for the I hereby announce myself a candidate for HAVANA, KEY WEST AND NASSAU.

me oat of her pouch throw me carefully olllue of Tui. ASKBHsor and If slocted. wi give County CominliMloner from the First DiHtrlct
the county the very best service possible. subject to the democratic primary election, May I
I I The. Time Table show the times at which trains be "p..t..IIo arrive and
Into long scrub on her right then Yours respectfully, 10th, Keniiecrfully Toum I may ex departfrom
W. It. BANDERS. the several stations but their arrival or departure at the ;11m.I .* stated Is not runranteed.
turn sharply to her left pause again : nor doe the Company hoid Itself responsible for any delay or any consequence arising there

until the hounds. bad seen her and then JlSoo trout

be off like the wind straight away To the Domocr.itlo Voters of llrevard County:| To the Democratic Voter of Brevard County.

from me." At the request of alar ;e nuiiitiorofniy frl nds, Appreciating your support' and ntlilencu in :For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
I hereby nnuounoe mystlf as a candidate for the the pant and feeling that I hav faithfully. dlncharKed "
V.i.xDx"EL office of lax A.soH"or for Hrevard county sub. the duties imposed upon me, I hereby
WAYS OF THE MAGPIE. ject to the action of th neniocr tlo prlmay to be announce myself. a candliiute for re election .
g1.s1; ; qr: writ: tlio: : le"IIII"y lu, IIN4. If elected I will fulfil the for County Coiumlnaloner of the Second District J. X>. RAJTETER. Aflat. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

Tfce Bird le Sociable, Secretive and \1fao1i-u.rors: : : '" duties of the otllue Your.tu respeulrnliy the bOMtof my ability and ask your united .support Yours ree'sctflIv.J.the .primary, ___ _. ___. ___ ___ __ _.__n__ __ _____

Pall of Mischief. J. r. o\I1TCHELL. it. MIOT.
The magpie! ball the same sort of sociability .)

the same secretiveness the lr[ I hereby announce myself a candidate for Tax To the Demo ratio Voter or Brevard County t .' t' St ,

same thirst for education a certain Asnessoriif llrevard county and respectfully solicit I hereby. offer my"elf a* it candidate for Commissioner .
the support, and vote of all democrat at I f i om the Third District, subject to I
? kind-the same Inherent and Ineradicable the primary to bj held May 111, liKIt.nu.I'V'.t I the primary. May 10, 1DU4, ;: .. .b: ; :, I gjPrl; ivV J

love of mischief as has that very \ A. ),A RIER. JOHN HOUSTON. t, ..'- r... :;

Intellect ., ...".... CM/fo "
versatile bird the raven. Not that I I /.Ir1' ,( ;\\1' I 4 A'ii
and strength of character she laIn To the Voter of Brevard County i \ ?:;C
any way equal to tbe raven. Fun i To the l) l'ocrato Voters of Brevard County I The friend of R. A.. Conkling announce him \ ,7 ,2AUh?*:
thereby announce myself candidate for lax for County JommlBsloner from 'Ihlrd-DUtrlct, \
I she has In abundance, but hardly hu assessor and respectfully ask the aupnort of all subject to the democratic) primary.To & "GrlJIt "
mor. Conscious humor that high and of my democratic friend. in the coming prl- I \ .1 UJWfcr1

mary. Ee.psotfully. .7 1cIs: .- w If.-*.!*
rare gift of man which Interpenetrates IA.. .MILLAN.
the Democratic Voter of Brevard County tHaving
; and colors everything In life is!, I
been urited by man) voters and taxpayers
think possessed In germ by the raven TropicalManufacturing FOI8HERIn'. to become a oonuidate for .....leollon1 Ihereby I i' : frC4j
the Democratic Primary. announce myself as a candidate for I.OV.SVl.Jr" ; ,
and the raven alone. You see i" In his To the Voter at County Commissioner from the 4th Il.trl
eye, In the pose of his head In hU I respectfully announce myself as a candidate would ject to the notion of the democratic primary of j j 0 ) 7'A
for nomination to theomce Sherlff.and of May 10,1UU4. I wl.l appreciate the support of g2cAl: If ?
walk In every movement of his body. thank yin all for your support at the primary all democrat "

The eye of the magpie 1s, like tbe wit May III( IU04.! Respectfully ;5.'i-.>.BROWS.u JOHN C. JONES.To : < t9RN

of Dickens always on the move nervous ___

: excitable glittering,: scintillating. FOR TAX COLLKCTOK. the Voters of Brevard ('ouat1'ID 'I;: cLCtt'

The eye of the raven is like the humor To the Democrat Voter Krevard County compliance with the expressed wish of :.ow f14y j'f.PbZ3'twnss

of GolJmultti. It has a faraway look.It I hereby announce invself sit a eindldate' forth.ottlceof'ra many of tbe votera of llmvanl'o"'IIII..I".er I oilermyself /
for the otttce of for
Company fol lector or Hrevard County, '
dreams it thinks "It bodes and It of inorratlo the Fourth Illxtrlut for the ensulnit >'_r. If Iam -, ;
to the notion the primaryto
solicit the .fleeted will use my heat en bodes It all but smiles.! The magpie he held May lit. 1104. I earnnstly the business of the county honestly and air HOT.. ::1
of all friend BG'i2i'as
I will pick up many words, or even santenees FLORIDA. support my E. W. HALLATTORNEY. ly. I respectfully solicit your voles and lullu. : ,.
ence. Resprcifullvyoiini, CGLff.r
old that
and the superstition .I011N: H. WYSN.:
she will only talk or talk well If her FOR I'ROI'IEC1.'TISn : _*
tongue 1s slit with a thin and sharp To the Democratic Voters of Hrevard County I .
-Sold of friends, I have The taxpayers ut the Fifth District hereby ..nnou..oe.J -
silver sixpence died a natural death At the. solicitation many oundldate. for the of- F.Hell "to candidate Or the otllce of RLACXV'
ileolded to becoufce a
the coins of the finallY > County Commissioner from the Fifth District, .
about the time that
floe of Prosecution Attorney for this county at _
,uh|.ct to the .e".n of the democratio primaryto Foe a -
Red Cross Pharmacy
realm bad to be "milled" and so were the next lemooratlo primary. I respectfully' be held May 10, 1mt.\ NA 4VAIit4t'SMOOTH :

rendered unsuitable for so stupidly licit your support. Your truly TAX?YERB. RUN
Tltusvllle Fla.FLORIDA'S O. A. FROST. I IJ
cruel an operation. Boswortb Smith

In Nineteenth Century. Tu My Democratic Friends t FOR STATE SENATOR.: SOUTIlERN fl'

Although Cuban reciprocity Is now In FAMOUS TRAINS Yielding. to this nuyseifaaatanittItefortheofSc. uritent request.. of. m.note..., the I hereby apiirtNtclilnir; announce primary myself election as a candidate for the democratic at- J : 1rl i

effect! the keeper of the corner grocery I now announce nomination tor Hut Henator. from the
for this subject -
.of 1-rosecutlnil Attorney county. Thirteenth Senatorial. District of Florida.F. RAILWAY
does not appear to have beard anything: to the action of the democratic prlinary to M. HUDbUN, Tlbbala. Fla. J//V.Lf! i
be held on the inth day rf May Its's. and solicit (
about tbe reduction in the price of "ChlcageA. Florida Limited" vour kind upport. Resiiwitftilly" t To -M<*-
ugar.Aanerrnce. 1 WASHINGTON NEW YORK fl ASHVILLE and
Voters of Brevard
Demorratla Cnnnty t
: To the
to Form Raved II le Watch ST. AUOUSTINE JACKSONVILLE:, FOB SUPERINTENDENT:: OF 1'UBUC INSTRUCTIO I hereby offer myself." before the democratic !
I ; and the EAST. | HOT
(. as a ontulidat* f..r Representative In SPRINGS. N. C.
and ST. LOUISJ.Thle
George Davis a member of one ol to OUIOAOO Primary leRlslature.' If elected I pledira myselfIn .

Baltimore's old families, has recently I train I I. operated over the shortest line the I hereby oltioe of announce 8ui>..rlnitondent n.YH.f ,of s a Pulilio candidate Instruotlon for- all respect Brevard to support the to will the of best tre .of"'01.1. i I CI ": CINNATI. CHICAGO "THE LAND OF THE 5' Y" !
been in Denver the Chicago between flt. August I ne, Jacksonville, CMrairo Brevard. county subject to the decision and to serve county my
says for CLAUDE OLMS[EAD. and || "
ability. The WEST "The ,
.'. and At. Louis and afford the quickest scheduleby of the democratic prlm.n. NORTH .. .-! Sapphire Country
Journal. It Is told that he was nearly two hour. JOllY U. WALKE.

returning to hU hotel from a dinner Thin train I* the standard of perfection In paasenicer STATE ATTORNEY. tV...."... Dw.igss KUal"l( c..
I r party when be was held up by foot service,cnnslntlnn of Pullman VestlhuledIirawliitrrooni I respectfully announce my candlnaoy for the ii ............. c... "._.ee .
,SleepiUK. Compartment, tlntigOtwervaLinu ; To the Deioocnkla of BrevarU"County. position of state Attorney of tbe Seventh Judicial 0.. All TI.. Th. .._...
his I' (
pail:a. They went through pocketsand Cars. candlilate for County Superintendentof Circuit of Ftoriila. subject to democratic
were much disappointed at tbe result Leave St.Augustine T iHO! a. m.; Jacksonville Belnit Pubflo Innmotloii, I solicit the innuenoe of nomination on May M 19O4. I offsr and pledire SOUTHERN Ms5IL.WAY P. CA.T. <";" _.... _._
-35: CE'ntVbere Is ;your watch1demanded 8:-4<)a.in. Arrive Chicago, 4::10 p. m.| St. Louis, the ladies and ttte votes of the men In primary a clean and fearleu' sJminlRtrIItioit of the duties U "ne '" 8., s.r- "' ___.. .,. Pt.e.I .
f 1:36: p. m. MaT 10th. If nominated, I promise to of I He above honorable office respectfully
one of the robbers gruffly -n- b.election.. In fact your faithful and ohm. I tent servant.J. solicit the support of the elector of the Seventh I W. A.TVIK.F. T is.. W..n.-. Co a. N rUnm .. O. f. .. w,__ 0 C .
Davis with "The Dixie Flyer" :. VULTZ. Judicial Circuit of Florida w. H T._ A. O. P A. A'..... C*
"My watchP exclaimed JOHN C. JONES,Orlando 11*. J
hI. highly cultivated English. "My -
good fellow don't you know It Is beastly \ LOUIS. FOR
ST. announce myself a. a
I hereby respectfully
-_! bad form to wear a watch with Drawlno room, for the office of BUM'S Attorney of F0LEYMflDNEYCUii
Pullman Vestibnled. > Bleeplni; ask your support for Cnnnty Tieas- candidate
evening clothes "Well, I'll be Curs, from Jacksonville. to Chloairo and 8t Louts I kindly the 10. lM4.JaitN the Seventh Judicial Circuit subject to the rotmBONEYAM: >>
'.. Atlanta Chattanooga, Lookout flier.at pr1ma7e1ec1'17 I action of the democratic primary.
-I" said the rubber as he calmly v Mountain Tlfton Macon).Nashville., ( HEIfRT. CECIL O. BlTT.Orlando fla i%tsUdeag ../.. M. ..iat.. Makes Kidney and Bladder Right
twisted the pearl studs out of his vic I
Leave Jackonvllle t:06 p.m. Arrive Chicago -
: tim's shirt front. 'Taln't good form. 1 0:13: a.m.1) Bt. Louis,T a. m. the lecond morning FOR COUNTY BURTKYOR. STATE: COMMITTEEMEN. 'U

: I.'h1 Well lets see what kind of tormI I For Bleeping. car reservations for either th. hereby announce myself: s* a candidate for I hereby offer myself for re-election a.Member ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING. !
above traiua,or any other information writ.or I office of for of the Stats Executive Committee for Brevardcounty
you can show traveling down the call oo to county surveyor anil solicit the of those who are
PrJvarU. county, and respectfully solicit the rvte NEATLY, CHEAPLY and EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT THE OFFICEOF
street" Mr. Davis traveled doubtless E. J. WALKER 71..Pass.Ajtent. I ".. te*and support of all demacrats. at the oomlngloth. satisfied with my action ua the present comm It.

,' well pleased to get away from the' Nashville.Chattanooga A St. Louis Ry. prt1'I"-' May lour J., 1"lyiu U. _* W. J. TCCKIB. THE HAST COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVILLE.F .

I company of-such-ill-bred fellows._. ... a 12 West Bay St. t JacksouvlleJ Fl






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professional Cards. : REWARD and ullf'ful"nOli comfortable that I California I'rtute'sYnfers. ...."......... I It

-- $ could find tj" put Into It. Is for myhenrtMck Cure liver diseases' and all Ktoinnelitronhles HP-Won't yon let mo give :you Just ;. I

M. BOBBINS CJ FoRWOMEH: In 'the House of nod dNiwirnped' ,. friends. ; they not gently but surely, one kiss. before" I go? .

GO' WHO CANNOT Some of them I shall not have met be-< strengthen the bowels and ntlmnl.it; She-WIN just one satisfy you? t 'f
BE CURED. tore But In some way I dolt know them lo healthy action. I DO nafoisiJAc.:
lle YP
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR the Loving Heart >- '*. darling.t' / ,
So uniformly successful has Dr. Pierce's how, they will Bud their way to this. Hed Cross 1'h.trniucy THuxvlll. 'd
Favorite 11 I won't give It to *
AT-LAW. Prescription proven In all forms you.- ;
of Female Weakness. ProlapBus, little door (lit opens quietly on Fifty- -Mir1 r Ir: .'! I
or FallinI'of
and Womb eighth street see), and I shall Chooilnir a !Minister.Dean _. 1
will practice in State United State and "cwrhem., that, after over Dy Kith Cordon you -.-- I 1
Court. a third of a century's experience in caring cheer them up." I Everett used to say that parish' 1111' |II. ,i' pick' ti.elr l'OlUi'auy-to I ,

the wont debilitating ailments, Dr. Pierce Copyright tau. "v T. C. McClure I
Office at BOW "
minister' thou
fully warranted in here, be murmured us if he were Ing n n minister showedIn
offering to pay $.soo in O- I low to Wnnl Oil Attack of
--- cash for any case of these diseases which reading an Inscription. buying n horse.-Boston' Christian nu .

he IT cannot STANDS cure ALONE.-The "Tho Idea of any wise person caringfor The girl laughed In n plonsed wly."I'xcellenU Register I Ulteum"tbm. i t
D.L. "Farorite Pre.
scription" stands alone as the one and money especially In New York." : A public sympathizer Is "For years when spring time came on ,
ATTORNEY-Af-LAW, only remedy for these distressingly! com. she .gibed as they sank down upon one really what we need. I believe as The mnn wlu becomes his own doctor and I went Into gardening I was sure to {l

mon forms of weakness possessed. of such of the benches at the entrance to the many people fall from lack of sympathy tins n fool for n patient ns truly ns have an attack of rheumatism and every f
Will practice in all the Courts of the state positively specific curative properties as to Tiie and encouragement ns from lack the mnn who nets ns his own lawyerhas attack "IIH more severe than the preceding I
park. carriages were hurrying
Florida and the United States Courts. warrant 1U makers in proposing and fool for client.Irvine's one," Josle' MoUonnld! of Man
of ability! a a says ,
binding themselves feverishly after another If
to forfeit one as happiness
a* we. the
Bos.23II. TITU8VILLE FLA. I," : Vest VA "I tried !
r.o gin: county, -
hereby rietore of that wonderful lay at the other end or else roiling She had grown suddenly earnest, and Itiichii Wafer!* with no relief whatever until everything I t I,
remedy to the
7. J. WEBB, in legal money of the pay United States sum of in$300 any sadly back again as If. to Indicate her eyes tilled with tears. Hazard are true remedy for all Kidney Diseases' procured bottle of Chamberlain's, Pain I .
: case of the above disease in which after a that It was not there after all. leaned toward her In real 11I>''ItI'l'R01. from Its most simple\ form-pain In the 11,1101,1\1\11 the first application gave me

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW fair and reasonable trial of our treatment. Hazard turned an astonished face "80 silly of me" she began, with n back to U worst and very dangerous! ease, and before the first bottle was norm
we the fail to cure. No other medicine for toward ber."You're little shake in her voice. "Hut there oOI\lllllon-Urlghta l Viscose l We mean I toll like a now porson. Now I feel thatI ; t

Will practice In the Courts of the 7th backed cure by of such woman's a remarkable peculiar ailments is guyIng" he observed dlsop- have been some rough 1\11ll't'plllCt. It when wo any they will cure you, and\ am (!cured but I always keep a bottle

Circuit. Taxes paid for non-resident no other medicine for woman's guarantee ills is ; provingly. "New York's the place where Mrs. Lofty, for Instance, has we would not say It If wo had not confidence of Chamberlain's P\ln\ Palm In the house
and accounts collected. sensed of pos. In them which Is tho. direct re- and when I fuel of .
and rents the unparalleled curative properties where one needs It most. Everyone looked on from her luxurious life and allY symptoms A return
that would its unit of knowledge of their cures in I drive U with 1
warrant manufacturers our :: soon away one or
FLORIDA. knows that. said: 'I hope you'll get on nil right
TrrusviLLK in making such sn offer ; no other remedy oases that seemed almost hopeless. Sold kppllcatlons of thin Itnamoif't. For sale t
has such a record of cures on which to base "Every one," she echoed with scorn Uotulby.' dear! and It'ftUti with lono- at OOo. a box by Hell Cross Pharmacy, by all druggists and medicine. dealers )
D. PENNEY such a remarkable offer. "And why? Simply because 'every cue' Hnctm and discouragement eating my I .1&

A.. Favorite Therefore Prescription insist on and having turn Dr. Pierce's backon Is suffering from the .greed of posses- heart and I have felt that In my House 4 f' t\\

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, any unscrupulous dealer who your would sion. They want to possess not to en- of the Loving Heart I should like to DR. THA CHFR's 't f'
insult your intelligence by have It different"The
attempting Joy. They buyy-buy-buy! Then they

TIVIBVILLE -' FLORIDA. under foist upon the plea you that some"it inferior is Just substitute as good.", put what they have bought Into a safe old man !In tin next sent shifted Laver and Blood ;

Will] practice In all the courts of the 7th Insist on having the article which bas a deposit vault and hurry off to Europe, himself around MO ns to get a better' I

Judicial Circuit. record of a third of a century of cures and where they begin all over again. view of the girl's face, but neither of -- Syrup =

which is backed by those willing to forfeit There's one of them now." And she the young people noticed him anti she
$ if they .500 cure you. '
r+ A. FROST In cases attended by a leucorrheal draina yodeled g'aylylu response to a bow froma begun her description once more. I CURES BY REMOVING THE CAUSE i'
"These bedrooms the best l In the
solution of Dr Pierce's Lotion Tablets lady In a passing victoria. are I
A ATTORNEY T-LA W. should" be used conjointly with the use of "Who Is !It?" asked Hazard laconical- louse' I Intend them for my poor I I A TMSEB-POID KRMEDY" fnr ull HI*tfv* to area i'(
the Favorite Prescription." They are sold friends. Still I have I Indulged I In small 1f..1lrorbMs. Act M On Uvtra4KM*.r* aced
Will practice In all the Courts of the 17th by all druggists, or sent pout.paid to any .
address on receipt of 33 cents In stamp. "Mrs. Lofty." laughed the girl following economies. Now for Instance' in these Purifies tho Blood.
Judicial Circuit. Send 31 cents in stamps for Dr Pierce's the disappearing/ carriage with rooms"-nnd with n wave of the hand

TITUSVILI.E, FLORIDA.. Common WORLD'S Sense Medical Advl8 r. Address derisive eye,. "Poor thing! she ushered him Into another Imaginary Thousands have used thla reliable. remedy with perfect confidence and
Weak and sick Buffalo N Y "Then you'd rather be Elise Slier- salt"the appointments' though: very success for 62 years, because they know just what it contains
women are invited to
A. MORGAN, consult Dr. Pierce by letter frte. Allcorrespondence win student of art and sit here on a comfortable, are less luxurious. In I The formula consist of llui-hu, Hytlrnnjjen; !Mandrake 1'otnnslam.Any \ Yellow Dock
is held Dandelion, Sarsaparilla Gentian, Senna And Iodide of .
FREDERICK as strictly private these I shall Install my rich friends
Address Dr E. V. Pierce Buffalo N, Y. bench with a poor young lawyer than doctor or druggist willlell you that thin is. n scientific nml, reliable
Abstracts of Title. Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness. :j be Mrs. Lofty would you?" he asked, when they visit me. combination of great merit far all diseases having their origin in the Liver,

REAL ESTATK: AND INSURANCE I watching a lock of hair which the A unmistakable>le chuckle escaped Kidneys or Blood. After years of experience mid patient experiment, Dr. 'I '
spring wind blew softly across her from tho old gentleman! nod Hazard Thacher so perfected<< the processor manufacture, that it never fails. to bring

Loans, Notary Public. .. Cheek."I and :Miss Sherwin tllrll''' In lilt illrei-- the expected relief when taken Recording to directions {
thin iu Hut he bowing sick tohoin life him been burden have written ''ft i
Collections Typewriting, Stenography. certainly would" she replied with surprise was Thousands of ones a grate to
to the occupant of n belated carriage, f ul letter* of thanks. si-nun. MIKHIKHIPPJ,Oct. 17, iflofl.\
TITUSVILI.K FLA. promptness. "She never has any time have Buffer.!! withlndige.linneon.dpnelun| .. ulna. 11 severe liver trouble.
unconscious of their
for enjoyment or cultivation or reading' apparently ex with In..of nppettt*..rully not r... .....11.1 night' In 'Inrl'' hurt noencricy mwork orevrnwnllt
-- ----- she endedvaguely. istence. arouail. I felt like I w.." pncfcliiif heavy limit suit, wu cnilly. ..olmimtrtl. until I .
or-or anything that counts took l> Thnchcr's Liver mid Blood 1 which helped me slinunt from the ftmt done, 1
OT A. FKOST. WADE II. JONES!: r Iir "I shall)) entertain a good deal for my r. Syrup
"You see "she, hns responsi When I had taken one and one-hslf hot Ie., felt like. n. ilillerent/ limn mid I knew. that ,
& poor friends-give them n chance to It .udue entirely to your medicine. I used In ill three. bottles, sn.l, rnnnlder myself
FRONT: bilities. There are the servants. meet Interesting people and get out of perfectly cured. At this time my appetite U good|, I deep well, and feel strong and (
course I don't need to tell you about I refreshed. on arising In the morning.'' 1'. L. HPKkU.V" I'
the awfulness of the servants. Then the ruts of their workaday lives" :Mss II' '. ..*"! fI nmllrlnf/ writ lo-tlau for n ,..,..* *..n>|>/. b."'* and Ttr \
INSURANCE Sherwin resumed. "Hut the rich ones" Tkarlntf' "..."10 ',....k." ,..Iu''"", He *<""r>'" ...* WON '" Iry u
:Loans:: and Collections.ITrruaviLi.B there Is her house, one of those fearful -her eyes were dancing mischievously at our *...." places that Just grip you by the throat ; Tenn.
: -"I shall ask only on ordinary occasions THacHer Medicine Co.. Chattanooga
FLOUIOA.O. when you enter nnd throttle you.
when I am having simple! whole-
I Sho paused for breath with a reminiscent __ -- .._ I
Home dinners that won't make them
A. WOHLEY R. II. SEYMOUKfOUIEY expression. '1"h"ulllte continued: .
discontented with their Int.
"You feel ns If some one has Just diedor )
Lee &
A SEYMOUR: I 'demised' would be more They looked at each other and broke Bryant
V Into long and merry laughter. Haz ,
In accord with the furnishing.
ATTOUXEYS-AT-LAW. ard's worlallncHs had vanished like a
,I "Hut ono doesn't need to do such cloud. ASHKVll.LK; N. C. I
Do a general Instate and Fed- II
with her companion In-
eral Courts. Special attention given things terrupted with money argumentative! Intention. "It's a great Idea sweetheart," he a-OJ:1OrL\: : : OOTTlLTT-i: : : : f :ion: 01-0J.1L\n.: 'ta./
to admiralty practice. said softly "anil I'd lIke to work to
q does. And
"No I one
r"jiissiciL BUILDING, MIAMI, FI.A. suppose make It come true. 'ould you let mo WE (SOLICIT HIIlI'M)<:N'rs OF)I -
do. You see. noblesse
yet they generally -do you think"Hut j

I oblige seems to demand that the blushes! were so violent this :F"Et.UXTS: : : d:3: ': JG7CT.E1Y3LI: : : ;: S. 1
II F<:Y E. FOSTER when have million or upward
STEP I you time that he got no further, and besides I!
you copy one of the royal palaces of -WK MAKE PJIOMPT RETURNS.RRFKIIKNOKH }
the old gentleman was standing
Europe and live your poor little republican before them."I : ; Battery l'nrk Hank, A Aiihovlllfl N. O.j; flank of Ilendvrsnnvllle! Ifcndeisonvlllii -

Dyal-Upchurch Building Jax. life in It, though I'm sure I don't am Jasper Clark" he said .simply N, O ; )nllllllmrllllrollt Commercial Agencltis. I /

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. know why" she finished thoughtfully and at that name they both stared at !
"Still money Is u good thing, and you .
d him In nmaeeiiieiit. "I 1 know you'll forgive

N. S. DUnN IIAM. M. 1). can't have decent say that clothes it Isn't., and A It fellow strikes must me with an a bow old, IIP man t'ollllllll,11Vhlln"ll'1I111 for listening" Then: MASON M.; : CLARE, .

C. M. BROWN I I that that simple little tailor made "I should very much like the pleasureof
SURGEON and SPECIALIST I. gown that you are wearing cost"-ho your company at dinner"-and he 110 Murray. Htleet and 1(10( West Htraot NEW YORK.

Ear Nose and I screwed his fuce up !In the effort at ap- i
Throat. The People's Candidate for made a gesture toward the Millionaires'

'WERl' PALM BleACH, FLORIDA. GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA. I prallll.'ment-"ulJout $100." club over the way. "You see, the time Produce Commission Merchant.
"Only $75.:; she corrected and bur-returned may come when I shall want to enter Fruit and ; !

to her subject somewhat that quiet little door on Fifty-eighth

DR, HOUOUTOVS riedly."There's. str<,et." And he glanced with kindly
another thing. When you'rerich 81'KCIALTIES :
eyes at the future mistress of the
FLOATING DENTAL, APARTMENTS THIS STATE. you ;Just have to have a complex- House of tho Loving Heart."Serendipity :i J

Ion-and no mere man can know whata Florida Pineapples Oranges Grapefruit
on the "Dentos tearful responsibility that Is It's -" ,

Now AT DAYTONA. A Soldier Under General R. E. worse: than servants! You have to employ This word U a coinage of Horace I Extra Early I Beans and Vegetables, '
beauty doctors and have little Wnlpole's. Writing about a discoveryhe :,

E BUCK Lee from First to Last Day pots of greasy stutt about. You should bud made In connection with his i

F. see Mrs. Lofty's supply. It is Immense picture of Hluncu Cnpella be says: I

Stockton & Budd Building, Main St.. "This discovery I made by a talisman P. Ruhlman c& Co.
Hazard smiled an absent way and
Carrie four "Yankee" bul- which Mr.( Chutu calls the SortesWulpollauip .a
Jacksonville. Rooms.;, It/), 17. then began with the air of a man who by which I find 1
lets as a gentle reminder of 2D1 Washington Ht. I NEW YORK. !
Is weighing his words really
DENTIST. I want a polnte nominee wherever -
!03 Murray Street 1 N. Y.
CrOWD and that great bloody struggle. prefer a castle In Spain to anything"She I dip for It. This discovery Indeed t ,
Bridge Work
cut him short. Is almost of thut kind which I .

Porcelain Inlays, "Have I ever told you about mine?" cull serendipity, a very expressiveword

HlgL-class Plate work. He shook his head. which as I have nothing betterto Oranges Pineapples t

THE FRIEND OF She pointed In the direction of the tell you, I shall endeavor to explainto i

"TASTEDA TRUBTWOKTHY HENTLE THE PEOPLE. great dark hotel which frowned down you. You will understand It better

"" lady fur. an In old each l established county to manage upon them. by the derivation than by the definition. and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We \
wild I! Bnai1' fid standing. A utraiKlit buns tide "It ees vanish nest pas?" she mimicked. I once read a silly fairy tale called

Weekly der with a.arr ail expenses of(18.00 direct paid. by from check heiwlquartcra each Mon. "Behold In Its placo my House' 'The Three I'rlnces of Serendlp.; represent several, of the largest. shippers In your State, and wish to represent '

Honey ailvauceil for e"l>8ns"... KnuloHe ad- SIS PLATFORM of the Loving Heart! I think the name As their highnesses' traveled they were ;
Chlca.ef"OLEYSIIONEYATAR d"usdenvelope. Manager, ado Caxton Bldg.. The and especially telling since It Is situated always milking discoveries, by accidents yon ale'! Give u* a trial 1 shipment. Established: !au) years. 1
farming laboringmen
as you see, on what we might call the and sagacity of things which -., .

his that consideration. Street of Love of Honey. they were not In quest of. For Instance. ICK'UJlLIIIIIKU WK. t

"I hope you see the house plainly. one of them discovered that .
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atoms th._cootf: and hale long GOOD WAGES FOB HONESTWORK The style Is a sort of modified Italian mule blind of the right eye bad traveled 'il,

with a projecting cornice and an Inner the same road lately because the M. Lane & Son
Largest and Most Com. court
LIBERAL PENSIONS. LIberal grass was eaten only on the left side, ,
mare Establishment South. Hazard nodded. where It was worse than on the right.

School POLICY. The Primary. "I>on't you think the boxes of hyacinths Now do you understand serendipity. ? ;r,0 VVAHIIINOTON STREET, NEW YORK .

GEO, S. HACKER & SON The Railroad Commission. in the windows and the big. low One of the most remarkable Instancesof

i I ,, Hard Roads. Econom- entrance give It a friendly look? That this accidental sagacity (for you .

ii i I I II 1 III ", hilt I nlm at particularly," be explained must observe thut no discovery of the Southern Fruit and Produce I

ical Administration. Payment with well feigned anxiety, "a thing you are looking for conies under If

of the State Debt Regulationof friendly looking b0\111el"! this description) was of my Lord r t

Criminal Corporations and "Great!" was Hazard's: feeling comment Shaftesbury.:; who happening to dine or.o.cl.1os1oc. :Morc.oz: :: ts.
: .
"Hut who In thunder Is that at Lord Chancellor Clarendon's. found : :: ::: .. I ,
Trusts. man standing at the window?" and out the marriage of the I>uko of York

; he strained his eyes toward the great and !Mrs Hyde by the respect with FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. !i -

Ii oJ I A MAN OF DEEDS. hotel. Then he turned to her with an which her mother treated tier at tabl !

... expression of pleased and Innocent surprise. *."-Notfs and Queries. Stencils. C'iirds;; and our quotations. furnished. on application .1 i 1 t I d.Ir N
e "Uy Jove It's me! .
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-- "It looked so homely and Inviting I ,

--- suppose, that I couldn't resist It," be "..rrnoieln* th. ".r,.,. ....1.. YOU AVANT A... ,13. ..:.
It rarely happens that the first plantIng ,
oxpluliiM UH he noticed the warm flush _
::.. rising In her cheeks.In of beds of hardy flowers Is exactly:

1tAI U r'AL 1'L UER.'i QP' ERRYS n moment she had recovered herself. right. The first year of growth n rinse '

watch should be kept and notes madeof .Building Lot : 1

Doors, Sash Blinds M "Since. you are In I hope ;you like the nmleslrable featured that can be .. '

divans and the low table and the books corrected at the proper seaion. The
t .. .
MCTIJdmg & Building Material + r EDS MEET ALL and pictures Please notlce, too that colors may not harmonize In mime partsof or a lot with a KL'ILWNO READY FOR OCCUPANCY II I
.J..u the beds of low-
the distribution
1 v ;;. within reacli. It doe'ID'tlook.
0A! MZLEU3 I : things are LAND FOR AN ORANOK! : GIloyK,
A to
\Wareroom. King opposite ers k..pI good general display lit
dom It, us If I were trying; to live '
'iMlHhed i t' '
Cannon Street.Charleston I : ep.<''rl" 'n, has e.t I nil times all over the beds. may not btgoo. + PINKAPPLK: PLANTATION TRUCK GARDEN,
I \ '.1: isc4s Vi up to my fortune or suggest that I .

S. C. ':. Aaeiral,?'i-i'n pon Pn- rd. or1. : MI (>lJ):i.' y have stopptHl to think what Mm. Loftywould We probably have for sale jut what you are seeking.(,
..e "
pllcaul. have done under similar circu V Z. Settlers are flocking In but .still there Is room If you are '
Sash ,\4 D. M. FERRY & co. in slant"Not ** /" Teak Wood. '
Weights, Cord and "r DCTROIT MICrl. a bit." he assured her heartily It H stated that some of tip Philippine ./;;,:': looking this way drop shine to

while the peculiar compression of the noble Islands abound In forests of that >' C JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce-l'u'. )lent. ,,
Hardware and Te tona ,
Interesting tree : "" t'-
__ B lp! of an old gentleman sitting next t
them Indicated suppressed auiu*mcnt. grand) or t..k. It In therfor probable .*\. JI.OUIDA EAST COAST R'Y
Window Glas 1 : OF JOB PRINTING that before -all
'Yell come on, then! Now, this ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
remember the ADVOCATB: office all become: familiar with Its wood. ,
A which bas beautiful
SPEOl A LTY.-=> room everything




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4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE: APfctL t 1. I6o4..--- ... ---- .-- -______..____________u________ ____________ ..__ ., .. ..


Hodges c& O'Hara, W. 8. BBANNINO, Asst. Cashier.

Titusville'a merchants have made ...Manufacturer and Dealers In...

0* TBB INDIA KIVBB... LAM year. They have nearly enough of a CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.Orange .
Dres Red
WOKTH AMD BISOATHB .1. .OTrOJII. superior up-to-date millinery and
other goods to supply most of the Box Head, Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mould Ings, Shlnplen, etc. COUNTY DEPOSITORY
PUBLISHED EVERY: FBIDAT. Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write UK for price delivered Authorized capital
residents of Brevard county. Of to any part of the /State. Address: Hodges & 0'Hara, Buffalo Bluff, FU.

a.aLJlII H. WALToN, Editor & Fubllsher. course, everybody wants to be in .. : -iicm.c: Paid up capital S4O.OOO
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the fashion with a new hat on Average deposits, $15OOOOTransacts
_ IMdOontinuanoB of advts. must be made per- Easter Sunday, and TitusviUe Is CIRCUIT COURT. FOR STATE SENATORV. .
at this oflira ,
vastly or by writing.
the place to gel. the right style. --- a General Banking
The Circuit
Oheolceto.,may he mtule. payable to CHARLES r<;aster is unique among the world's Court convened Munla"Jud t tI
Hudson of
e Minor S. Jones picKkllof and lion. Tlbbals.in Brevard
B. WALTON', publisher. festival periods in having Its origin J. D. Begtf/ prosecuting. For the first county, has been spending a few days In Business

KF- In writing to the ADVOCATE for infonnationOk claimed by many nations and races. time there were no canes tried, those I this cou nty. !Mrlindsonisbeing. IItronlr'
my kind,the writer will oblige by enclose The English name of the day is de- convicted pleading guilty. ly urged by many voters In his county, to' a Largest and Oldest Bank on the Ri Per.
.addressed. envelope. The following Is a list of the Grand become a candidate for the :State: Senate
InK a stamped rived from that of the Teutonic
1'etlt Julies drawn for this tenD of for the Thirteenth District, composed of Exchange bought and Bald on all Foreign
BOSTON OFFICW-Tim EAST COAST Anvo. Goddess of Spring-O<*tera, whose Court: Brevard and Dade counties but he has Con ntrlea,
OATH has ol'ellOlllln oflli'e t404 Atlantic avenue, name signified "The Arisen." a TUB: OltAND JCKY. not yet made up Ills mind to do so.
on ton, which will be In charge of Mr, Claude I0f latronageappreclated. Prompt service, polite
O. Walton. mythical being who was worshiped Wm. Smothers, R. E. MImfl, jr., M. Those who know him bunt say he Is an 3, .t / x ej treatment and every favor consistent with con6erv .
exceedingly able and popular man, and !NM 4 tive banking granted
before Christianity was thought of. W. Knight J. M. Miner, John II. Wynn
Address all communications to (:has. J.(! Mast, John llopklrm, Rufus that If he derides to enter the race, he CORRESIT r>KJ.T31
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, 'Ihe Druids, who seem to have Herndon, E. A, M /Stewart, Maxfleld will become a very formidable com petit- Phoenix National Stank N. V., Empire State
TITDSVII.I.K, FLORIDA. been the only religious sect in Urannon, 11'. A Drake, John F. Parker, for Mr. Wade Jones, who is, go far, alonein rt"sonvllie TuiHt Company. Jacksonville, N. Y.,,National Fla.MeMurray llauk of Jaclt-
_. .. Britain John Bruner the race. Dade county people are Ina
-'- -- -- -- before the Roman conquest, W. 8 \V. Jennings, M. SBams.
U. S. Department of Agriculture held, yearly, a spring celebration in John K. Carter, T. K. Cioolc, I). measure pledged to a Uievnrd countyman 'ri'ru LLL, i i A..

honor St. Clair Nisbet. but If Mr. Hudson enters the race -----._ _-- -----____._ __n___ _____ __ ___ _____ __ __ ___
Weather liureau-Jupiter, Fla. of the vernal resurrection of M. S. Same, foreman; John If. Wynn, they will have to make a choice between
the vegetable world, and religiousrites clerk. the two thus putting a little zest into
The allowing i* a comparative state were port of the 'ceremony. PETIT JURY. the contest.-Miami Metropolis. Mr. & Baker
Hudson's announcement will! be foundon
ment of temperature and rainfall for the ,
Similar observations were general W. It nardee, J. D. Ulrnond, W. J. ,
2nd of ADVOCATE which showshe
week ending Tuesday, Mar 20, 190-1.( page :,
drier Chas. .
Cleveland, A. S. Dixon and
-loot- -1903DATB. among the older Asiatic races, and Is In the race.
T. A. J, OockshuU.:
MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN., the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans The following oases were disposed of. 4O1>414 East! Day Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
23 83 73 81 71 as well as the Teutonic, tribes of The case of L. C. Moore and wife,
24 83 74 8:1: 25 8-2: 08! 74 m Hrevard, as to a public road from J, M.
It therefore for the
20 HO 70 70 02: easy, ,
Minor's place to Melbourne, was heard Judge; D. L, Gaulden, of Tltusvllle, is Vehicles
27 80 0') 70 70 early Christians when they became Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
Judge,; Jones on Tuesday, and In the city this week He Is a candidate
05; 77 7\! ,
28 74 organized and, began to celebrate was decided In favor of the county, and as one of the delegates to the national ,
29 73 OH: 77 (01'!>
certain anniversaries of special the Injunction granted wa dissolved. convention to be held in St. Louis, and Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
Total rainfall for the week: 2.05
Departure from normal rainfall for the meaning to them to have Easter On the same day Mr. Moore filed a as this ia simply an honorary positionand

week: plus 2.32: Inches. Departure and Its symbolism adopted by all new bill, and against! the Court the County granted Commissioners an Injunction -- one involving money the, there expenditure are not likely of considerable to First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.

from normal rainfall since January 1, converts. to stop the work on the road bo many after It. Judge Gaulden is, at --- ---- -- -- ... - .. .. .. -- .. ---
minus 1,08 Inches. Like all other holy days, Easter until the county filed proceedings to all events, practically pure of the nomination
HAL. 1' HABDIIT, Observer.
soon became According condemn the right of way. as the voters of all political factions SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
a holiday. TJlI
'---_-___-_u __ __ ___ __ the the words have Judge D. L. Gaulden represented the are satisfied that ho will use his efforts
dictionary, County, and Sir. O. A. Frost was attorney to do the very best thing possible
OUR Florida readers should remember -
the same meaning ; yet, accordingto for Mr. Mooro.
for the democratic party In the of
that their poll tares must the people, their meaning is very /State of Florida vs Laura Oliver and selecting; a candidate for the piesldonoy.He Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
be paid before April 29th! or the different. In some countries the Arthur Matthews, colored charged lewd thinks that the delegation should go; :S: ,

privilege of voting will be denied people dance about u he> i l' ill'l (low- and lascivious cohabitation. Laura unpledged/ and thus be free to throw Its *, *
went for months and Arthur *
Do not fail to attend to this matter era at Easter f In others I they distribute fined dill up<) and costs. or 3 months nan I In support this position to the he most Is available eminently man correct., and Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.. .

It you intend helping your friends colored PgjllIIlItlll; have great State of Florida ITS Wm. Smith and Ida :Miami Metropolis "

into of lice. "egg fights," In which the owner of Wilson colored, charged with adultery. Offices foot ot Hogao Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262
Smith I 9 months and Ida 8 months.
__ /got
_. __ the hardest wins and the other
.n ,
egg State:! of Flrn" 'Idr vs M. O. Cook, who Dade County Lund for Sale. J. K. JIUNNEKLYN' General
TUB HON. CnoMWKLT. GIBBONS, egg is eaten by the victor. wan convicted end sentenced to be hanged! Manager

speaker of thelate, House of Representatives Services are generally helcLin the lu liecrmbor, till) '2. but who was granted .. -__ __ ___ __ n __ ___ ____ _
is said to be churches Easier but I n new Mini bv tint. Supreme, Court, plead.sal For sale the northeast
making on Sunday ; cheap, quarterof Tile Oldest EHtablUheil Grain and Seed House In the State.
good progress in his candidacy for some ladles take more notice of the clime guilty as iimrder Judge In the dunes second graded degree the, southeast quarter of section 3, town-

national commiUeernan. Ills can- stylish hats and bonnets than theydo and he sentenced 1'1' the state peul- ship 38, south of range 41 east; close to A Yltartli

didacy was mentioned in the ADVOCATE of the service. tentlary for life. C.' r. rhlllirigwurlb: O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on Wm..4: ... ::E30'1.LJS t3Z CO.

about a month ago, and we .. defended. it Lucie River; 40 acres
of Florida
-- -- ----- State vs J. W. Gawse
are pleased to see some of the state with Also, the northeast quarter of north- HAY
charged altering marks of animals, GRAIN AND GARDEN SEEDS
press taking it up. TIIK biggest carving knife ever continued to next term of court. D. L. e,t.t quarter of section 18, township 38, ,, ,

-- manufactured may be seen at the Oaulden, defended south of range 41 east; on south fork of
CHIEF JUDGE PARKER is one of World's Fair. This monster blade 1 SUvanus:! Kltcblng and Charles Schultz :;t. Lucia River; 40 acres. Apply to .". ""..' ... Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers

the really great democrats of the Is thirty feet in length and baa an took out their final naturalization pupms. CiiA3. II. WALTON, e SST1.LOV S. 740. 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. *

nation the Providence Tele- edge as sharp aa a razor. It is GENERAL: I'KESENTMKNT.- TituBvllIe Fla
says Agts. for Purina Feed. Warehouses tracks of S. A. L. and
on Plant
K'y. System.
steel the
made out of the finest and
To the Honorable Minor 8. Jones,
gram.term's He is a large man lie in has the handle is a masterpiece of the cutlers' Judge of the, Circuit Court for the ____ -- --- -- __.__ _____ ___ ___ .. _un _________

every worthy sense art, elaborately carved and Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, in The most peculiar and Interest. : :
the learning, mental poise, temperament and for the County of Brevard, now In VISIT r----D-----
dignity and high moral char beautiful! polished. It would takea suNHlon at Tltuavllle Florida: log sight In Ameiica.

acter to splendidly equip him for veritable giant to wield a knife We, the Grand Jury, beg leave to report TilE FLORIDA j
like The blade Is follows Seed Potatoes.SPAULDING'S
President. this. altogetherof as : I
office of
the exalted
We have .
American manufacture, and it is dulynnd faithfully given our
--- -- time and alien Ion to such mutters as Ostrich Farm Co1
expected to show for the first time were brought before UII by the Attorneyfor I

HEALTH Commissioner Darling that American cutlery has now the State, and such other matters as ROSE, No.4. $3,25 Bbl. II
ton's report of vital statistics for reached a point of perfection whereit were brought to our attention.We JACKSONVILLE. I BLISS TRIUMPH. J!

the year 1003, just completed, fears no rivalry. The giant have examined the books and I $3.00"j I j
shows that in the year there were affairs of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, $2.75"
knife several thousand
carving cost
aqd so find the books neatly and correctly Garden and Field Seeds.
67,864 deaths, 94,755 births and dollars, and special machinery hadto kept and in a good business condition. I I
31 174,, marriages in Mew York ; and be made before its construction We have examined the j.ill and foundit a I... OAM2 EI..ON":: Sccd.sn:1aD.: : I I It

that pneumoniaeaused 0,174, deaths could begin, No such knife was neatly kept, but we reccomniend, on t 114 I East Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. Jae
account of the crowded condition that .
tuberculoses disease
9,403, Bright' ever before manufactured.
the County Commissioners\ erect four additional -
5.63B, and violence 4,0tf8.; Ihere cells above the present ones, 1 G e1r t:> Ctf tr3: -ti .:a--ofa-c-: --------
were 805 suicides. and provide for their proper sanitation.

Considering quality alone, the We find the two cells up-talrs need some I t
sanitary arrangement and recommendthat ,
SENATOR TALIAFEHRO is a slot Florida grafted oranges are said to same be put In at once. ""'V :=-_ --. _.'
man, and if reports are true he will be the finest and most toothsome in We recommend that the clerk's office jI

not be able to be out for several the world, and their increasing sup- be furnished at once, also that screens

days, says the Daily Tallahasseen, ply willbe| appreciated by thousands and and shades windows.We bo. furnished for the doors AllEEETOAT CO

of March 25th. It is to be regretted of disinterested lovers of good have examined the Court House

that he cannot visit all of the things. But varieties are multiply. and the offices therein, .and found them PALAPL A -

towns as scheduled, but the people ing 40 rapidly that it may not he neatly kept. J
know him so well that his Interests long before t the old standard oranges We recommend that the office recently DE JTIf
vacated! by the clArk, generally known
will be well protected, and his majority will be replaced by sonmthlng' better as the Clerk's old office, be given over to

over all the aspirants for senatorial and more succulent. Horticulturists the County Judge, for the reason that OGE B >xe CRATEMATERIAL
honors will be so great thata are working diligently in the records and file can no longer be accommodated f

whole batch of candidates will the field of orange culture to pro. in the safe now provided '
for said records and tile. On examination
have a severe fit of sickness after duce fruits' of finer flavor, with I we IInd that 1 the vault of the office

May '10th. more juice and less pulp, and with- recently vacated by the Clork, Is amply Nearly "MO gagantio birds ntamllnu R to in feet U "
sullUlent for all the Probate records and high wulifliln uv to 41x1 |pounds euuh. ostrich I
out Reeds or thick skin The cli- "...ta, eKK,uetraches.ttiaatg and Imby. ostriches
papers.We jimt liHUhud.Mutiltm Hay, Grain Flour, Meal Grits,
I mate of the East Coast of Floridaappl'ar.
TilE books of lre- .
registration also leeonimend that the tax Collector tinunrt visitor through the farm ex.
to be well adapted to such have the of pUlnlnir all about the birds, their nests, habits,
the law
vard under new be permitted to tile
county, IIID"\1e..etc. ZHixi3LO.: Oonxoxa/t: :Zdto.: ,
have to be opened for a period of experiments with the citrus fruits. the present office of the County Judge: ,
four weeks and then cloned two and that thesafe now used by the County Weight and Quality Guaranteed -
the Collector.
Judge be turned over to tax
weeks before the primary electionto This will relieve the congested con -- -- .- -
be held May 10th. This means WORK Is being crowded along so dition of both offices, and will save expense .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.,,
that the books will be opened in fast in Congress that it seems as to the county In future. -18SJ- -21st year- -1004!) -

in the Its adjournment might possiblycome We thank hU Honor, Judge Minor S. Brewing Asso's.
precinct from
every county, the Jones, and the State Attorney, J. D.
before let
week of
:March 28th to April.25th, in orderto a or BO bills lieggi, for courtesies shown us, and we The Geo H. Fernald Hardware Co
give all voters in the county, wile May. The appropriation congratulate the County and Circuit In Fatuous 8t. Louis Keg and Bottled .

are not already legally registered, have not already passed, are passing i having such able, courteous and Impartial Ileor.
without such opposition an will officers to administer Justice.
an opportunity to do so. Those Several bills In Having finished our labor, we respectfully 8 .Id by Messrs. F.A.Lesley and l\I.A.CIIINE: : SI-IOP .
cause much delay.
who have been in the state twelve ask to be discharged. R.L. Moclnw,Tttu."lIIe,ria. .
months, and in the county six the interest of the labor unions are JOHN II. WYNN, M. S SAMS &87 Mr.R.L. Motlow,Cocoa,Fla.JOSEPHZAPF. -
months, prior to May 10th, will be on the calendar and some are re- Clerk. Foreman I'LUMBINO, STEAM: AXD GAS FITTING BUILDING SUPPLIES.
ported from committees. Hut there
to register if they are over
the age of 21 years.SEvEUALcounty is little probability that any will Tax Assessor's Notice.
pass this year. The service pensionbill Sole Agent. SANFORD, FLORID

will now be withdrawn, for this I will bo at the following places for the ..
-- -
committees have session at least, in view of the action purpose of assessing taxesfor the year 610 to 020 West Bay Street, IJoor -- -

already broken away from the of the Commissioner of Pen. 100Ji : Anti: -V'indow F-razn.oEfJ.
authority of the state committeeand alone in so interpretating the law Jensen Monday, April 4th. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

varied the regulations for the aa to grant old age pensions to Ankona Wednesday, Tuesday, April April 5th.fltb. We are making hundred of frame every month for the leading contractors

conduct of the coming primary to veterans of 62 without regard to Quay Narrow, Thursday April 7th. and Our we latest should Improvement make them U for. you.. We do it cheaper and better.

suit their own views. Of course, disability. Sebastian Friday, April 8th. F. A. LOSLEY
anything of this kind tends towardsthe Mloco, Saturday, April Oth. BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING( SASH PULLEYS,

subversion, of party disciplineand Malabar. Monday April llth. THE BREWERY SALOON. and you should Insist on getting these In your frame.
the defiance of law W. POPE of Melbourne, Tuesday, April lath.! W. St. Jacksonville Fla. When you have any building to do, write
party and ATTORNEY FRANK Eau Gatlle, Wednesday, April 13th. 010 Bay ,
is therefore manifestly inexpedient, Jacksonville I* a candidate for Cocoa.. Thursday, April 14th. -Imported and Domestic AND SUPPLY COMPANY.

} to say the least. The official regulations national committeeman and says City Point, Friday April th.Georgiana General office EAU GALLIE. FLA.
-Yard* at TltosTllle, Eau Gallle, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach
Saturday, loth.Tltusvtlle :
t' may be badly devised' but he will stand squarely by the demo ,,Monday, April Wines Liquors & CigarsThe -

no county committee possesses the cratio platform If elected at the LaGrange, Tuesday, April 19th. ,

i lawful authority to ignore or vary coming primary.FOR Wednesday, April 20th."lerrttt World Renowned Anheuser Busch

them, and thus possibly tempt the Friday, April :ind. Brewing Association's Famous THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
mate committee to throw out thecounty's Banyan, Saturday, April 23rd. Been on draught
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING Canaveral!, Monday, April 25th. East Coast friends be sure to call on me
<< vote, when' in comes to J. F. WooTtjf: .
canvass: the returns. remember the -ADVOCATB office, Tax Auescor for Brerard County. when In Jacksonville. ::. All kind of Commercial Stationery printed at the above office.




'T"x f.-APRIL rm.m; .n vryv -


EAST: COAST ADVOCATE 1. 1901. ____ 5 <:1

. HOW Y TO SAVE IGE.I I Tibbals. Melbourne. \ i

p .

Mrs Miller and Miss :rr Subooiiptlons for the ADVOCATE,
Miller left for the
the pink of tho East Coast will be t
north on Tuesday. paper I
&lr 1 received at the Melbourne Postofflco.niOHARD .. I rjl.I
J .rrti. t Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harris returned

firm Zinesvllle: Ohio, on Wednesday W. OOODK.-Real RstnW, NoUry
last. t'uhllu and ('onve. .lt.n""r. Agent for .ICtna, J
0 Liverpool and Lomlonaiid Ololxi.anil Hartford J
The do Vita" Iiniiiraiiea Companies. Special attention ,
no iit tho! Club-honao on Thuii
o day paid to tbe Interest of non-rsaldenta. I
prued aa enjoyable as all thoi-n
-- - ".
o mall, informal dances have been nil( DR r.. A. P JC II: PHYSICIAN .U'IItesldvnce > t'I\U1ln' : 1 1i
winter, and we hope to keep them up till Melbourne. At Kau lallle, every I .

6 lye niicstlon' of economy on the Ice bill May and the busy season. I afternoon. II I !

3 pens that appeals forcibly to every Mr.\ and Mrs I Prod"' Oaligher were the, 1 HOTEL iiELXKVCR-Mflbimrno Florida. A .1 J
!,u8l>keeper, as well as to hotels, restau- guests over :Sunday:; of )lr. and MI'II.V.. healthy winter resort on high |>lne, limn, ovvr- ,
l batches, grocers, druggists, and II. Harris m were Mr. and Mrs.\ Kdg.ir ""'kllllll111Ult.1I Klver. Karen i #\t and upward I. I,
en merchant who ; per ilitv. Special| rules per week or sessoN.t5'rlte
Abut (I'' every consumes H:armor. Mr. and Airs. Oaligher left on for rains to Madittn: 10:. M Cami'htMl.
', Ice I ID, dl. business. Tuesday morning, for their home nt Manager, It. W. CnuiplieU, Proprietor.Mr. I II i I ; ,
and careful
Vumoious tests experimenti..have Cairo, 111.
tesnlied In the discovery of theSAVIN John Shave, of Eau.Gallie, spent : I
K'E( PAD, which, when placed Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Harmnr; came to Sunday in Melbourne. i I
f box or the ice chamber of Tibbals on their boat the Albatross, last. I
e i jounce Iterator, will reduce the con- Thursday. to attend the dance"' !given at Miss Smile Iloke has returned from I

t four Bimitiiinif- your Ice 13 to aa l-S per cent the Club house. On Friday they took >v her visit to relatives In ,Fort Pierce

1'ail. i" \ : little device the party to Fort Tierce and 11M the fish are" P. M. It. W. Hood spent 1few day I
v flu impllclty of which Is one of Its gteatestfiiinnmnd running; very well In the river, he itlons. All you' do is to place was spent most nereoablv. Saturday
.. the bottom of your Ice chamber ihoy had another party to the bench to Mrs. Harbour, of Eau Gallie, drove T5.S NO .

with you the ice resting! upon it, and It willdo take a dip In the ocean. down last Tuesday, to call on friends.! \ '

the rest. Write for booklet. We wish that: those I who thought that: Mrs. Chas. Ernest nnd little son, of

I- (u. WALTOV, AGENT. I'lbbals WAX ruined after (lie leceni hailstorm West Palm Beach, are the guests of Mrs. Eau Gallie. 4

Titusville, Florida. should come and go over our Ida, Hector. / A
pleura tlons and gardens: RH it is truly
Com. F. C. Hewitt, of Owego, X. Y ,
marvelous how
MRS. IDA D. BRUNERGeneral especially the everything bl"um-I.hc ban como nut, after spending some weeks: at the Carleton U. nUtillABSK SC1IUY1.K1U': M. (
pineapple damAged Cottage, left for St Augustine, last oltlue! open nil nlKlit. Kan (Uallle <
Manager for the World / eyes having healed over and new week.
crowns leplaclng thoho taken. off: the entire : f
Famous plant showing! a good, healthy condition Mr. Oliver Gibbs has purchased the Showers and cooler t I ; ,

'I3nhn' Of :Fi :;,a." Ring property at Melbourne Beach. We day last. I
extend welcome to Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs, ,
: a Major\ Jordan.ta now < 1
For all Ills of Women.All IN BED KOtin WKKKS: : WITH LA glad: to know that they aro to be our Gallic, with line new onions. t
gutters of Inquiry cheerfully ftnuwcrml. (BlilPPK.-We have rocllve.llhe lollow. neighbors ) t t
Park ing letter, from Mr. Roy Kemp of Angola Mrs.\ M. S. Campbell of : (
office at Cottage
Local' Mrs. Van Winkle and charming
wan a caller at Eau Gallie :::
Ind. I In bed tour, weeks
Beach Fla. daughter Miss )Florence of New York,
Palm ,
West 1
with la grippe. and I tried mini. !
Capt. Bennett's spring 1
loft last :Sunday for points north. They )
----- --- -------------- dies, and spent( considerable for tient- well the
-- -- looking recent 1
have spent a pleasant winter as guests of / ..
ment ith physicians, but I received no bclpotllt.
Stuart.Tarpon relief until tiled Foley's Money' and Tar Carleton Cottage.; ( : I
Two small: bottles of this medicine cured lIon. Googe K. Lyon and wife of Waukngan J. A. Gilbert entertained! a (

are quite plentiful In the north me, and now I use it exclusively In my III., arrived from tho south. Monday last week. 1'rogreHslvo ( !: f
Take the winter In Cuba feature: of a very enjoyable !
about three miles above SpruceblniT. family. no substitutes Red : having spent ,
fork Cross Pharmacy, Titusville. MiI\mllln.1. Palm Beach. They are now The yawl I'll noons' carried ; S
Archdeacon B. F. Brown held services the guests of Hotel Bellevue, where they over to Ocean Beach on ]; l 1 I

kere. Sunday evening to a large congrega will remain for some time. calling at Melbourne (beach )
Ankona. l '' t
dODo 1 > |
Tho following party took a trip to Mora real estate has ; | '
SI. 0'IIara, representing Hodges & Urantloy and 1 Lotus, last Friday, in Capt. Eau Gallie, and the town ban ; :; : :|;I. ::: :' ; ; ::: : ::: ;'t
O'llara, of Buffalo Bluff, was hero, this \ Raulerson Is C. A. Chandler's handsome launch' Idler, manent residents by the ) ,
customers. Mr. putting four acres of Boston. Mr. and Mrs : ,
week, calling on l"logman11'15.: '\ l |
more in pineapples. Gamon Cot and Mrs. Chandler, Miss Mrs. J. Jo:. M. Hodgson, l ( ')
!Heavy rainstorms visited this section the Card Club on Tuesday ; .
Caroline Chandler; Miss I.lz/.le
Fletcher Russell will put three acres : Eaton J
TuesiUy. night/ which was highly appreciated more In pineapples this year. Miss Jessie (bode, Masters: Joe and large attendance: marked this I j
the and truckers.
by pineapple men ; ,
Chandler.Mrs. .
George Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson/ \ ,, I
Ankona Is the
rapidly becoming
Mr, and Mrs. C. F. Oaligher left us, turned from
Tamp.i .
\ Thomas Meeham of Philadelphia '
figure in the pineapple Industry. (
for their home In j
Tuesday morning: has purchased five aciesof land throughH. tending a meeting of tho
Cairo, Ills., much to the regret of their Supt. Golf has promised a building at W. Goode owned by Mrs. Pettlgiew, Hoard.C. { I 1 I

nan; friends here. Ankona no very distant d.ite.: of Boston. This properly jolnn the Palm C. Plngrey has ; ; l | I

Capt Blakesley. Chas. Blakesley and Hopkins <& Son are laying iron on their Grove home of Mrs. John Burn, a dition to his house corner of \ l / |

John Geddis went out over Gilberts liar, tramway, requiring over a thousandfeet daughter! of Mrs Meeham. Tho foundation : Houston attcuts. It is a | I "
Monday: after mackerel, but failed to find of iron.Hopkins Is being laid for a handsome new meat \ .
them. They landed twenty-five bluefish winter home, for Mrs. Moehutn: on her
& Son are putting in four late pUl'cllllKOVe delighted to have \Wilson and family, and I i
Louis McFarUnd: is busy cleaning up acres more of pineapples this year, this these cultured, people como to make their of Chicago, will leave for the i
his newly purchased lots and has already wilt givelhem: 174 acres In all. Theyare homos In Melbourne. week 'Ihis lamlly will be 1 !
planted out a number of citrus trees. A now classed among the large pineapple social\ circle ;
neat fence will bn erected round the growers. Among; the many attractive winter i
property. homes In Melbourne, arc those of Kev.Uullose The handsome launch, I 1
'Hopkins & Son have added to their ton, Capt. Chandler and J
Sowanee:! Tenn.1'8.\ Thomas )
McNeil has returned home. As
Capt. this fifty grapefruit board wan In Kan' Julllo's !) ,
grove year
Meeham and Mrs.\ John Burn, Philadelphia ,
tbe boating season Is over the Captain trees, which are expected to bear in three Monday and Tuesday last ( : | }
li Pa., Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Taylor,
the round his
having grounds; cottage
cleared and will plant out a lot of shrub years. They have also doubled the size Jaug-a-tuck, Mich., Dr, and Mrs. Henley The Dawn, Admiral Glllis I
bery. of their packing house, and put In a tele Fall'mount, Ind., Mr. \\'. H. Dow, J. was iu our harbor, List ADVOC.'uE'I'T
phone. They have come to stay, and F. Powell, John Powell, Mr. Kersey and party on board The
Colonel Thompson arrived :Saturday:; will continue planting pineapples until Perry Powell Waukegan, III., and the Glllla were also In tho party l Mi
night, and at once went aboard his htnd- they have 20 acres. beautiful home of Mr. and! Mrs. W. T. I
some houseboat the Everglades.; This Wells of Lake George, N. Y. The last( The Ethel; King Dr. G. /:

litho Urgent houseboat that has been In The many lends of G. II. Ilausan, mentioned 1 a place every visitor to Mel- owner, halllll\\led\ for Nathan, I
our harbor this sel8on.Sbe/ left, /Sunday Engineer; L. E. & W. U. K., at present bourne should<<1 see, as It shows what can Or. owns a line orange. |
evening, for a cruise on Indian Uiver. \living In Lima. 0., will be pleased to be done herein a short l time, with money :Schuyler: and family wets ou .
The houseboat Helen has been up the know of his recovery from threatened and brains._ A jolly dance was given :: ,:: :: ::=' | | ,:: ; : : f

north fork, several days this week, with kidney disease. He writes: "I was Millan ball, on Saturday eve I '
party of sportsmen aboaid. The party cured by using Foley's Kidney Cure, A LIFE AT STAKK.: -If you but. knew was much enjoyed l by the : :< / ) :
sole nfteer tarpon and were very successful which I recommend to all, especially the splendid merit of Koley's Honey and ent Cake and Ices were ..
as they landed three beautiful trainmen, who are usually similarly af Tar you would never be without It. A p. m. (

specimen, which were forwarded by ex.pre.s flicted." Ked Cross Pharmacy dose or two will prevent an attack of Our schools will close (I ) .. .. .' { t t
to New York to be mounted pneumonia or la 1: grippe. It may save ,
Ufa. Ked Cross J'harmacy.Melbourne one of the most successful 1 :' : j :::::
your I
T. A. tinkler's handsome cruising tliolr establishment, during l l '
yacht, the Palmetto, arrived here, Sun White City. Mr. J. II. Hams: !aa County '. 1 1 1
day afternoon, on her way to White City, ant : : ,
with a party of sixteen aboard all of Beach. I | t',
whom are winter residents on Ilobe C. Bermenderfer came over from the Capt. C. W. McNabb .
Sound. The yacht went to White Island on Sunday.Mr. over to I be Reach, on Sunday ; : : (
up Mrs. Gilbert, of Eau Gallie, Is visitingMrs. yacht the Alice. Tbe I
City, Monday morning;, returning to Dutton purchased a tine Jersey Glllis.I during the afternoon. Miss "
Hubs Sound in tbe afternoon. calf the other day. MisH Wilson were among the ; ( '

Monday afternoon, J. C. Hancock C. Miss Lizzie Benson has returned home ,. N. Faulkner, of Chicago, Is a late board Mrs. MoNabb was '
Fred Jaligher and /Stanley Kitching wentup from Palm Iteach. arrival at Myrtle cottage. paity.

Bessey creek for a few hours' aport Messrs. C. E. Graves and Oliver Gihbs --- i
of bas been
Another carload crates
with the Tarpon. The Tarpon, however visitors to the "
were county seats Monday
tailed to appear on the scene but the ordered by our Club and our business last. STOP IT.-A neglected
lead serious
port Is booming. may to /
was tine, nevertheless, the party
Mr. Chandler and family were over In troubles. Don't take : l
landed .
three jew fish weighing 1O, 20 It Is surprising to are' the large number -
!: :
their launch the Idler and theparty Foley's Honey and Tar
aDd ti( Ibs. each, one 4-foot shark and a of ADVOCATES circulating; in this >;
from serious effect
-.lb. on Bench: sfciiiily '
seargant Hsh. section of Urevard. Nearly everybody i
Hud Cruse' Pharmacy' l ,
reads It.Fred E. L. Pllken. of I'ilken. & Brooks Chi-
E L Squire, John Geddis and Old : | t
iron sago, 111., wait here on Saturday, lookingover .
/bides returned from their Lake and Carl Christenscn, are both at I : '
OKeecliobee trip, this week and are well home-Pred from Key West, to remain a O. W. Turner's placu. South / / : (

Pleased with the outing/ Mr. Squire report month ; and Carl from Jensen to re Everybody watches very anxiously for : '' )
the fresh water nailing: In and near main a week the arrival of the newsy ADVOCATE, l .
the lake !as very line. Mr. Geddis shot says a lady from this section. Hartwell \
Mr. E. A. was!
and P. M Hudson, candidate for state senator -
killed a 12-foot: alligator and saved I l i
the ski,), which he will have mounted. spoke here on Friday evening to a Mr. and Mrs. I'alne, with a large partyof friends here on Tuesday., ( .
They both speak highly of Old Iron full house. We were glad; to see several: friends from Kockledge; came downin John Qulacy, our mall : '
side' *' ability as a very guide. visitors from Fort Pierce present. Mr. Sebrlng's launch to enjoy the line very low with rheumatism.' I : 'I :::: .::; '; .

The next regular meeting! of the Literary bathing. Mr. H. .J. Matthews and ( : I 1
Fatal) kidney and bladder troubles can Society will be held in the School- On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Powell ed to their home In "allcom, I 1 1 1 I
I' b of Fo- house on April 7th, and will be some- brought a large party of their friend to I: ;; : ; l;;: ; /
leysyKidneyvCu ea RedeCross Pharmacy thing extra. Every body Is Invited to the Beach In the commodious schooner, Mat tin BeaderkotT of \ / .
Titusville. attend. J. F. I'. It was a beautiful night to see Del., were here looking at / (
her sailing home wing-and-wing, just atunset. Monday !: :
Tbe semi-annual meeting! the Ceme- : | ... l
tery Association will be held In the Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White .

Jensen.The Club-house, Tuesday evening/ April 7th, Indianola was well represented at the Jessie Lockhart, were ... .. t
when everybody should attend, whether Beach on Hunday.: Three launches from Mrs.! /Sal: moo, on Thursday.

cool weather of the past week members or not, as business of Importance that place were neatly tied up at our Mr. and Mrs. L. Herring : k I
reminds! one of the winter season. will come up for discussion. wharf. The combined number of per. Mrs. C. It. Magruder were I
sons was forty-aa jolly a lot a* any one and Mr. II. W. Matthew : : : L'U
'I the rain, last Sunday broke up the would wish to meet. '
long drouth that has been a menace to Robbed The Grave.A .. Mr. and Mrs A. L. A .
of Admiral and &Ir. .
At the Invitation
""> growers.: Incident, Is narrated by Palo III., on Saturday.: .
startling Gills a number of our people went to called there on account of
MIlS Xettie Jones'. mother John Oliver of Philadelphia, aa follows: Eau Gallie on Friday, where they were Mrs. Averlll's mother.
"OM, Ga., is spending a few ayslwii "I was in an awful condition. My skin joined'by friends. They then sailed up d dI di
her daughter at the Wayside Inn. was almost yellow, eyes sunken tongue; the Banana river until warned by Old Miss. Abble f,. Hartwell, ;
The coated pain continually In back and sidesno Sol It wa* time for the party to turn spending the winter with !
the postofflce ha been transferred to appetite growing weaker day by day. homewards. All found delightful on K.: A. Hartwell returned to .
new building which Is very convenient Three physician had given: me up. Then the river Bedford Mas*., on Saturday 1 f I
and an addition to the town. I advised to use Electric Bitter ; to ,' .
was .
J. D. Badgely: who bos ) /
The bean business Is coming to a close. my great Joy the first bottle continued made a their de- Makes a Clean Sweep.There's at Mr. Averill'f, left for .
0Wing I
to the long dry weather the crop cided Improvement. week. He this |
hall been cut short but still there are use for three weeks,robbed and am the now a well of nothing like doing a. thing him more than says all the .1
many going forward. man. I know they grave thoroughly. Of all the Halves:! you ever took. :
No one should fall to
The little lawn party gives to the another them.victim.Only SOc, guaranteed at Red heard of, Uncklen' Arnica Halve I Is tbe
School children by Miss Settle Jones, try Pharmacy Titusville. best. It sweeps away and cures, burns A Thoughtful "
"" a splendid success and afforded much Cross sores, bruises, cuts, bolls, Ulcers akin I :
amusement for the pupils. eruptions and piles. It' only 24c, and M. M. Austin of : "
The WALTON SELF.LOCKING BLOCKS. guaranteed to give salisfaction by Red knew what to do In the
Easter services, by Rev. Mr. Saw- Patented In all countries. Only tackle Cross Pharmacy Titusville. ( /
thl'i111 be at ll o'clock Sunday after block of the kind In tbe world. Fitted His wife had inch an )) ::

wht Easter ewrcisea at the town hall with the celebrated Vlnton Roller stomach and liver trouble j

I Isdted eh III expected to be good." All are Bearer. Useful In any place where Dray ". could not help her. He :

to attend.PSEUMONIA hoisting i* done. With these blocks tried. Dr. King' New Life : ( )
do tbe work of two.
one man can
Thousand sold in the north. Call Praying or hauling of all! lads prompt., got relief at once and was
(' cared AND. LA GRIPPE.s .- and see them In working/ order at this ly attended to. Meet all train Stove. Only 25o *t Red Cross :

sad Tar. Refuse quickly substitutes.by Foley' Honey Red office or the store of Jo*. Pritchard A wood for sale at all time. i f

Cross Pharmacy. Son, Tltn.vlll E. n. IIOLTEW.' TilusvIUe. Do you subscribe for the




Fruit Item*. NEW YOUK.

A crop that pays may not Currant bunlies 'can be cut back any --

pay as veil as it should.Potash. time till :March, taking off about two-
thirds of the new wood of the last sea Hotel
son's growth. Marlborough

For the berry patch nothing surpasses ,

l good Htnblp manure applied In Broadway, :tOth and 7th Streets, NEW YORK.
fall or enrly winter.
400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lI
htl. Coi
is which all must have. Very early varieties of
.: a plantfood crops peanuts are
and and is
ducted on American European plans managed under the .
Without sufficient Potash to feed upon reported to have 'done well on sandy! supervision of the owner. perIOD

no crop can reach that loam noils In the warmer regions\ of E. S. CROWELL, MaDa er.
point where it pays best.Kxperiments .
: have dc.moristratcil Ked raspberry growing: Is on the Increase '

the value In New Jersey fruit sections' Hotel Yen-dome Broadway and 41 it Street,
with the Miller n lending variety.At .
of Potash.W. .
the recent apple congress It was ,
claimed! that western lend In
will tend frwt, FIREPROOF. :300 and suite with
the production thU fruit and for rooms, single; en private baths and tolU
to uny farmer who EUROPEAN PLAN. Good $1.KO
rooms. rooms ; large rooms $2; and wit!
,. wl'l' writs for It, a commercial purposes lien Davis forms private bath $2.50 per day and upwards. The management Is under the
lltlla hook chat will a large percentage of the apples ptr
grown. eonal supervision of the owner. FRANK GltUEN, Manager
gl\'. fuel* In full, Tears stored In open packages for n I1(
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GERMAN KALI long time wilt considerably. Closed ----------1
WORKS packages nre therefore recommended KIAMES1IA: LAKE:, N. Y.
New VorkAllnnln by good authorities. .
.: 93 1'1.' ..... Sl..t.or It Is often less expensive to plant out

22'4 bo. Uroitf, da.-SI. a new strawberry bed than to clean out KIAMESHA LAKE
old Kiamesha Inn
an one.
St Louis Is to.'have an Apple day ,
during which every pcrsorf attending Tri-Wcokly Sailings. NEW YORK.

Free andAccented tho fair will receive an apple.

Vl Masons. This "New Rockledge" of the North, nestles In the mountains by the

,- An Aggravating Cough Cured.A Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) side of a bel\utlfullake, 2,000 feet above sea level.

Indian No. 00Tituuvllle suffering months customer, bought from a of two severe ours bottles who cough of had Chamber for been six The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service Exquisite climate. All modern conveniences. Large airy rooms.

.Elver lain's Cough Remedy from us nnd was The Clyde 'New England and Southern Lines. Bowling Alleys, Golf and Tt>naill.
entirely cured by one and n half bottlesof
It. It gives perfect satisfaction with Direct bervlce Between

"Holds"Lodge.ft / V \ Ami Florida. our trade.-HayuoH-Parker A Co., Line- Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points Most reasonable rates,
.. meetings the senonrt fourth Friday vllle Ala. For sale all and ,
of aoh inontli al their room, Indian Klver by diugglsts.
Hotel,Titus Mile, at 7130: o'clock p. in. medicine dealer (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)

T. II. Bandars, Worshipful Matter. ..,.-.. __.. & D '_"' II. R. SHARES, Proprietor.ilotel .
F. A. Morftan Sun lor Warden. Southbound... .... .... .... .... .. .. .. .... ........ ... ...... .from Lewis Wharf HOBton
M, 8. 8am .Junior Warden. Grndltiit anilucblii Fruit. Northbound..... .... .. ..... ...... .... ......... ..from foot of Catherine Street, JacknonvllloClyde ------- ------- ---
.J. M. Dlxon TreaHiirer. When one looks at the intelligence ,
J. It. Walker
.J.O. Inack. Ctmpluln.V. ): Secretary.. shown by the California and the Flo- St. Johns llivcr Line. <>
M.Taylor Boulor Deacon. rldluns In the matter of
grading nnd
R. K. Mlum, Junior Deacon.O. ,
11. Walton, Bonlor Steward. packing; of their fruits as well as the (Dellary Line.)
1 A.'. W.HobartH A, Htewart,,Tyler.F. Junior. Steward. Inviting packages they ii' e. he IN forced BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND SANFORD. --

M. Woolen. Marshal. to uduilt the comparative lack of Intel Stopping at I'alntka, Astor, St. rrunuU, Kureitford (UuLuud. ), au ic
ligence InjffH on tbe Bt.tlohn'H Kivnr*
or of IntereMt on the! part ofgrowers
of "fruit In :New England and Acres of La.nd.
the middle In appointed f>anil n follow i Lxuve .J..k.nnvl1h.ll'IlIlIll..y.. Tnumliiys and Tlnmdnys, 3:30 p. m.
THE JEWEL WEEDS.Snow states. N.-IJH a Itomton" nppliexporter Returning, leave Hun tun I, Mondays. WHUiiumUy. ami, Krldnys, i)jn a. m.Soiithlfouiul .
In American Cnltlvntor.Deafness -
ItI.iIlMr... .. BCIU'J>lTLE NortliItouudIteiul
l''rre/lii I\
r lh- '
!t<*a line to TIifKe llurily ;"'.n.... S :M \> in. ,.. ... ........... .. ...Jacksonville- .... ....... ....... \rrlve :2<10010,111.--
Tin c'urly HjU'lilK. bH'ol'f Uli Ilio old Cannot lie Cured Leave 84 p. in.Lxava ................ .... ... .. ..1'ulatka.. ........ ......... .. ..... I...ave S CO p. mIxuve .
/ al"la.m.( ........ ..... ... .. "Htur .. .. .. .... .. ..... .... 2:101.111.:
'sn'hUM gum* mul only tlio lini'iiicst: by ]local applications, as they cannot Iav 4 Ji a. in. ........ ... ........ ... ... KranrlH... ....... ... ..... ...... U'ave lOOp. lulAnvo
plan i* uix bi-KlimiiiK to lid reach the (licensed portion of the ear. Leave ............ .. .. ..Jiereilord8t' (lJet.untl) .. ... .... ..... ..... 1l1M1..o"n.:
IlflllI'III'-\\| There is only one to Deafness Arrive 830a. mA .. ........ .... ... .... Situronl.Eiuerprlne. .. .. .. .... ... ...... Ixiave IIHOa.w.
leek, mlder\ : tongues t'l1IJ'tonhu hull wav euro i rive 10:00a.: in ........ ............... Leave 10 00( a. in.
and that Is by constitutional remedies. :. ::-.:.:..:. :..:.:.:.:.:.:.::..:.:...
the like-wlill/ tlmt I '
you see h,1,1'11814 DeufneRs U caiiRod by an inll.imed condition Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.F. .
Is '
Kri'eu'ns In soino plnui'M, 'inuy
of the mucous lining of the Kustachlnn '; -
find In djmp, rich Moll nloiiK Hprlnn Tube. When M:. IRO.VVIOVQKH: \., Ai".t. Hen. Paitn. AICC. 2m Wont Hay St.,,Inrknnnvllle Fla.
this tube gets! Inflamed W. O. COOl'Bft,Jr., Local Frt.Aict. J.iukHonville O. P. I.OVKI.L 8nl'erlntmllellt| Jncksonvllle
runs or ne\r\ tho litrgor brooks! : ninny / you have a rumbling found or Hoot llotinn St.,.Iaoknonvlll.. Fla.
. ..broad lonvt-d seedlings with xmootli. Imperfect hearing:, and when It la entire A. C. HAQKKTY, Oon'l Kant'n: P...... Aict. New York CLYUI' M IL.VK: O. n. Frt Agt.: ,New York.
TIIKO. U. KHKIt, rounded soi-d leaves ly closed Deafness the
very'nI1JUI'I'olht amiconspicuous. result and unless
(h UnlUIIni Ill Bcate St., Opposite llattery 1'ark.' New York.
They nro Jewel weeds.probubly ",. I the iutlammatlon' can be taken out C. U.V.L'l'ON.IA ent, TitnsviUo, Fla.

: luipiitlcns fulvn, for this specles and this tube restored to Its normal condition _. ..
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la woiu common than I. pnlKdn.'though : heailng will destroyed forever;
nlno canes of ten cue caused catarrh
the latter may be plenty where which I* nothing but an In(by lamed condition ,

lit grows at nil. of the mucous surfaces. We will\ Atlantic Coast Line
The Burden balsam nnd the "every glvn Ono Hundied Dollnis for any cnse R'y.

day flower" (Iinpntlons sultanl) nre of of Uenfuess (caused bv catitrrh, ) that cannot
the same genus nnd tliero nre othora bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.

In southern Aalii, but we only have the end for cliculars free. }<'. J. Cbeeney The Great Through Car Line from Florida.
/ fulvn nnd pn II hlI. I. noli tniwre lit Co Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 7.>o
/ found In Kurope. nnd John llnrrounlia: Hall's Family 1'1111! are the best. TO TUB JKAST.

states that our fulvn In naturalized In Over Its own lails to Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and Waahlngton/thence
Located at SARNO three mile of FLORII
nonth FAU
quaters ot a OAI.LIE
Scotland nnd la prl'nilin/t/ fast along Wlicn i > Wilier I InI'll I in.If \Ia the I'enuKjlvauiit Railroad.TO ,
certain rivers. 'a piiiiu: : jiiit be dry the tips can >A, on the Elu Oallle River less than half a mile from Hie Indian River, and two

The now und frc'p'/n! : ruin may covr be colled round tlit biigcr with ease THIS WEST.The and a half mile from the Ocean The property \I" two hundred miles south of ,

-(" these soctloiH nirnln nnd again the A little willing: does no hnrni.Vnrui Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio\ R. R. Jacksonville, on the Florida East Coast Railway with the Rnilioad Station adjoining

ground may fiw/.e any number of water should always be used for palms. the property. UnlUlntfa erected in 1SDH, and some of them have never

times, but It lit nothing; to them hardy kept In rooms and hothouses! ns warm TO TII13 KAST VIA STl AlUSIIIP. been occupied, the original owner having: died a few months after their completion

plants. Soon there la a branching: buah lndl'l'dII (CL'I degrees F.Meehan's. Via Savann.ih: and Ooean: Steamship Oompany for New York, Philadelphia, Bos The hotel was opened for about two months prior to the owner's death, and

(It may become five feet high) of most ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah has not been used since. All the buildings -weie elected In the most substantial ,
graceful habit nnd with beautiful and Mei'chants' and Miners' Trausporttalon Company for Baltimore -
manner and are now in excfllont condition. The hotel nnd cottages' are complete-
smooth foliage, forming with its numerous and rbiladeiphla.
S/c/ : Iy fuiDialled, and very little of the fumirurn hns ever been u ed. There are two
comrades. douse" thickets nil overIts
chosen ground or standing nlone, asIt TO ICKY WEST AND HAVANA. rtenian wells twenty cl .ternn connected, with Re,\ er etc.

may be covered with lovely nnd curious Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company, The property cost the original owner #4H,000 and will\ be sold at a sacrifice. '

: flowers buddlug nnd blooming The above cut fairly represents th" property.

'month after month. The young loaves BloodFeed Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points For particulars apply to or ixIdtOHH,

put Into wntor show a qulcksllvery reflection EZRA F. HATCH, D. I,. H.\Ur.Dl'S. WM. A. WARNOCK,

nnd form one of the diversion* MILTCAOI3 TICKETS.: Caretaker on premises, Attoiney for Owner Agent for Owner |

of childhood. Silver leaves we called miles of Eau Oallie. Floi!"Ia.! Fla. N. Y ',
pale girls Scott's Interchangeable mileage tickets food: over 13,000 among the principal Titusville Jamaica '
them. To explode the ripe pods wa on railroads In the southern states are on sale by the principal a entll. --------- - -- :\'

another resource of our younger days. Emulsion. For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, ,
Touching the'capsule tip carefully with -
We do not need to give "all FRANK C. ROYLSTON Commercial Afft. W. D. STARK, Trav. I>..ss. Agt. Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association.
the the would nnd the
flnger, pod split!
138: West Bay St., Astor Building: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.II. .
!iplecea coll up HO suddenly that capsule the reasons why Scott's M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager. W. J. CUAIO Gen'l. Pass. Agent. The Net and Twine Co.
.and seed would fly some distance.Some WILMINGTON. N. C. Chicago
expert hybridizer should try his Emulsion restores the strength
.._ ._ Manufacturers ofUSHING -
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'hand on the Jewel weeds. Once. started and flesh ----
and color of good
on a cnreer of variation white.

.crimson, tiger spotted nnd other sorts health to thqse who suffer SEA..JB<>. .. I>

of flowers of ninny sizes nnd forms
from sick blood.
might be ours.-Aml'rlcan Botanist.Ilotbnl AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR 0
The fact that it is the best
Aen orlr...
Among Insldo work for the winter Is preparation of Cod Liver Oil,

1he getting of hotbed mats nnd shutters rich in nutrition, full of healthy -

la readiness nnd snsh incndcd. As to SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES. RICHMOND =
the of the former an Ohio stimulation is a suggestion as
tot =
NETS and Netting of Every Description o :::i
Farmer writer has glvon the following,
.Instructions: to why it does what it does.Scott's Dealers In Seine Twine Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc.

Prices direct to the Fishermen.
For the uints a supply of long dry Emulsion Originators oflWholesale
presents Two Elegant Trains Dally 79-81-8JIE.: Indiana St. Chicago, 111.
traw.. tarred string or strong linen Cod Liver Oil at its best, ..."(pntlon The ADVOCATE In your letter...
Is various Seaboard Mail.
twine necessary. Thero are Seaboard Express, ---- -- -
ways of milking fullest in strength least in We Members of the Illinois Fishermen's A""oci"Mon.

simplest being taste. ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville\ to New Orleans. -- .- - -- ----
upon a frame of Young women in their
2 by 4 Inchon OS: .. S. OO.T. .
teens are permanently cured information and reservations call on Agent .
scantling of the For sleeper any 519 vr. B.7st.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.Asrents .

.A IIOT ED Slw'rTF.111111110 slzo nB thl'I11l1tl'l. of the pec\.l1 art disease of the Seaboard or write

WlIh 1011,0;: A. O. MACDOXELL: Awt. Gen. }>88a. Agt.: |IS. C. BOYLSTON, Pass. Agt.JACKSONVILLE .
blood which shows itself
traw a nmt HIX feet square can be in
made. The tarred ropo Is stretched FLORIDA.

lengthwise of tlio friinio so ns to bring paleness,wcatcnessand nervous -.

the strands ono foot npnrt and six ness, by regular treatment
Inches from each sldo nnd, listened to BO YEARS*

efghtpenny uulls driven' Into the :li! by 4pieces. with Scott's Emulsion. LA GRIPPE EXPRCSS

Handles of straw ns large! nil It is a true Wood food and PRfPAID
can lie Inclosed) by the thumb and mid
die finger: are placet! on the frame, with is naturally adapted to the cure

the bntta 'ttven with the .sldos, \placing of the blood sickness from hut Pneumonia never follows follows the La Grippe use ofFOLEY'S
he' butts alternately to tlio right and

left, and ore tied In place I by "strong which so many young women TRADE MARKS

hemp twine. If the mats are kept covered suffer. DCSIGNSCOPYRIGHTS 6 -==-- AC.A .
and nro stored where mire cannot
nrtln a ukrtrh and mcriptlon nayqnlftkly
destroy them they can be used for =rtali> lir ctpinloit fr whachvr anlltvanf
W. will be glad! to tend ton 1 t. p."blOblWhl.... Coraninnlnk.tton $45012Qts
many years.Tlio >.tn to sufferer.
umplc .any Ititops the Cough and heals the 1011,," ..ttl fr. iMtlwtt airvnoy for Micunnir pac nM.latnM .
,. shutters for covering the mats and tak n tnrouaa' Muna A Co, reoely*
should be six and ono-linli tv.'t long lit .ur. that this picture Inth Prevent Pneumonia Consumption.Us. tjMTfaW: HuttCf, without char**, lu tb.
lorm of a label I.! on the
and three feet to three fool six: Incheswide1 wrapper ol cviry bulll olnmUin .O. TAOHBm, ot 1ST Oifood St., Chletrswrit Scientific Jltncricnn.T .

made of one-half In11 1 matchedlumber you bu,. *I "XT wife hd '* .TipV* nJ II Un k.* A tinndiiomely inni< _'dcalatton _klr.urnal. ,. _l with clouts across tin. <"n,1 i nnd .lib "rr bd wnich oa h.r lane wblak <>( any arWnUUa Jo .riu*, 3 a
middle and with handles. '1'h.>\ form SCOTT & BOWNE. 1'01081 BO.S'AJrD T... eur... .o..pl... .. ;( Hr&os.N* alrm

n v-ry useful addition to Chemists. Cross l>htUlUnl' York for the Fabat llrewins Co.
onequip- IIetl
) __ ;,
tncnt. 409 Fear! St., New York. 1:1: UGI cI: r et..WublD8toa.D.C.

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American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open. ...'

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Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All i ,

street oars pass the f door. Rates $2.00 to $ ,r ,, (; ; i ii
; $2.50 per day. HARRY L. BEEMAN Owner) and Manager. > i
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.Windle ; i

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Near all car lines. Rates, $2: to *2.BO per day. :=: tt; ;_' UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. -1BH ,
European plan, 75cts, $1 and up, one person. O thO: O :t -
2n i-s ;s.: Cholco 1 location on the bunk of the Indian River. Near the ocean. Large '
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. V r=. ? 5 M: Si r grounds. with tropical foII sje. Excellent fishing and hunting. Terms (M:
a : "'a ay to ftj.ftO: per day. Special. weekly rates.
.:xCO ..j\o BS.? I 1, tIHur111 ::J CHAS M. COBS, Proprietor.

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Everything new; centrally located; elegant suites with private baths. o g ..n: ::: 5 k> J;
Rates: American $2 to $3: ; European, rooms 7octs;; and upwards. Z : =: "" loAlll p :Beach Club Cafe. .
Special Rates to Commercial Travelers.R. .
RIXLER, Prop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel N fillfo : : 4t', c p ..;>> (Incorporated) t ''I

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d The car:3: West Bay St. .CO) S? B, N. Ojf -i' p <.- == Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal Pulnclana, Palm Bench, on the uorth. ,I
a Everett Hotel direct 1 from depot, & + y "

0 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. SB-SI i'':'' .::) f Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours. :! f t

Centrally located. Thoroughly Repaired and Renovated. o g. g S .
: 11 Flret-Clue Chef, Cuisine and Service
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Large, Fee Rooms, $1.00 and $100 day. Special Rates by week. m 1 >.y "''t(
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,( I nder new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant .,m 1 moo JI: 8 "..--rV .. Springs Hotel, MAGNOLIA(St. John HPRINO3 River.), FLA.. ,,:'
family home. Rates American Plan, $2.00: and $2.50; European 50ot JIg&r: ;.4.
> and'up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. ) o ... a 24 miles south of Jacksonville by Atliintto Coast Line n',., and river steam 1 1are.
II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. Aft o A k Open" fireplaces In all room Steam Heat. Elevator. Elootrlo Lights.
. The 1'7' .. = !Pure npilnir, wui_r. Dry climate. No mo fultoes.| Well-kept Golf courto. '
"J Riverside Green Cove Is under the oqo ?
beautifully located Hotel at Springs "
'1'' '!" 'Ip,npllI, Finding, Shooting. Two swimming, pool and baths $1.00 per day. 'I
; same management. : v Special weakly raten.. O. I). HEAVKY, Owner and Manager.
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1\IOMt "..otr.lloe.tlon In the "It,.. Strictly flreproof. 8lzty fine room. well INDIAN RIVER. :o1E.1odgo:: : 1'lct. T ON TUB OLD SUWANEE JUVKIt. "
uruUhed. Room* only. Open November to June. Adilrei em .bove.OHMOND i "THE GREAT OKANUB:-GROVE-- Finest mineral spring In the world. Greatest health resort In the

--- i --L.1 1A .. RESORT OF FLORIDA. I I Month.: Finest quail shooting In America. Write for booklet to t '
IJKAC1I. -" JNO. 8. BOWEN, White Spring: Fla. .
: handsome modern hotel located on the bunks of the famous Indian T ... .. ..
River, In the midst of an HO acre bearing orsnue (irove. Steam heat In [ -- -- --- - ----- -
2 every room, suites with bath ; tlllmrd raluwnter. ; location conceded by 'ek
The Inn AT ORMOND BEACH, FLORIDA. everyone the best In Kocklvdfrn; Kant: Coast Hallway depot In the hotel I ,
i grounds. Oranges free to the guests. Llb4tr.lln.oajernent and rates.. ---- -- IL. Aa.
.. Accommodations for 200 .

I Open December to May. Car line from Ormond Station to Hotel .: Summer Resort-THE NEW ARLINGTON S.HOTEL.H. PECK Petoekey, Manager.!, Mich. t o The Mawr Hotel BRYNEN\HAW'", !St! 't
:New England help. $3.00 per day; 17.50;; per week. -L".dlnlC re..rt..r tb lireat Lahr.-Open due W tAu.iwrN Bryn ,
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DAYTONA.he New Hotel. '
Rockledge OPEN .IirXK TO OCTOBER. For terms, ate., address,
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Ridgewood, DAYTO A. FLORIDA. 'J
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LELAND STERRT. M uager. j I. .
Located on Ridgewood Avenue-the most beautiful avenue In the South. ROCKLEDGE INDIAN RIVER. (

Private Baths. Electric Lighted. Northern help throughout the boose.Orchestra. Until April 1st., The Breakers Palm Beach, Fla., f t,,
E. D. LANGWORTUY, Proprietor. .
--- After April 1st., Bryn Mawr, .
Orchestra, Casino, Bowling Alleys, Etc.

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Fire Insurance MORGAN & BRANNING /d
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, : On Tuesday evening South Tltusvllle ,
was quite gay: with so many charmingly
41 West Bay Street, If Tour v gowned ladles their FIRE
house Goes Up In Smoke and wending way towards
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. loose tbe Indian River Terrace, where a Tltusvllle, Fla.RepresentlnR .
you everything Is your own
''Largest stock In this section of country,, fault. party was to be given on that evening
Established In 18(18.( INSURANCE sufficient by Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Monroe. Tbe : NS
to cover the value of the property and guests began to arrive at Mr. Monroe's RAN
Send for descriptive catalogue.BARGAINS. household effects should be carried. cozy home about 7:45: ; and were heartily The Liverpool
.' .- Rates are not high. The va, yt received by Mr. and Mrs. Monroe, assist- Insurance Co. NCE
we represent are solvent, reliable companies and rr ed by Mrs. D. N. Cone, of Benham, Fin.By Tbe Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Its

.liberal. All Claims promptly paid 'tiw 8:15 all were In their places, when The ..Etna Insurance Co. 11
progressive euchre was Indulged In with
Write us for rates on your property. The Continental Fire Insurance Co.
. Don't considerable spirit until 10:20::! p. m.
neglect to take out
a policy. i boorea wpre then counted, and Mr. C. II. The Home Insurance Co., of N. Y. -

: Schuyler & Wilson, Walton was adjudged the winner of thepentlemen's The Phonlx Fire Insurance Co. .vrnrnv- .
-IN- : first pi'Ize. a handsome book.
The Fireman's Fund Insurance Co.
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Mrs. F. A. Morgan and. Mrs. L. A. Brady "WHAT CAN'T BE
e tied for the ; they "drew" The Pennsylvania Insurance Co. ._ CURED
GASOLINE MARINE ENGINES .uu. ueuauuuu.u..u.uauu.u.uu.uuu. for It, and Mrs Bray was declared the The Georgia Home Insurance Co. MAY BE ENDURED"

winner of tbe beautiful vase. The Rochester-German Insur. Co. It you're Insured, for then the wip
Dainty refreshments of jellies, Ice Norwich Union Fire Ins. Society ing out of your house, shop of factory
ONE CENT A WORD VANDERBILTWILLNOTRACE. cream, cake, etc., followed, and was Northern Assuranoe.Co., of Eng. by fire means only a temporary Incon
We are offering prices for the done ample justice to by all present. Home Life Insurance Co., of :N. Y. venience-your loss is made good and
next 30 days on- Instrumental music of a high order G-ermanla Life Insurance Co. you can start afresh with the
Advertisements W K. Vanderbilt, Jr., who made'a followed and It Union Casualty A Co. of staunch money
this column will be I was enthusiastically ap Surety any our and sterlinginsur-/:/
. KNOT, Inserted new world's record of 0::'W over the Ormond Co. of ante
at the uniform rate of One I plauded.The Fidelity Deposit Maryland companies will pay you promp
DEMOOY and Cent a Word. No advertisement, however Beach (Florida) course a few weeks party "broke up" about 11:15, "Surety Bonds." ly on proof of loss.Branning .
small ago, will never race an automobile again. much with the amuse-
less than 20 cents, cash in pleased evening's
OICANT-FERRIS advance each in ertwn. Orders for discontinuance la Ills physicians have forbidden it, and It ment, and voting Mr. and Mrs. Monroe a Read our list of companys and we & Morgan ,
hinted that heart trouble has been capital host and hostess. are there will be
must be made In writing. sure no policies Fire and Life Insurance
Marino: : : En.g1.n.os.:: Send check, money order or stamps to from brought on by the young millionaire, The night was made nearly as brightas Issued only by our firm. Agents,
EAST COAST AD VOCATK,Titusvllle,Fla. which constant speeding. The machine day by the full moon, and a more delightful TITUSVILLE, FLA.
broke the world's record was a night for a social party wouldbe
Wo CHOICE I 00-borse-po Mercedes, and it has been hard to find. -'
carry a large stock and can make PIECES OF REAL ESTATEfor
sale by E. A. Waddell, real estate sold by Mr. Vanderbilt to Bernard M. This party was given In honorof Mrs. J. R. WALKER. H. B. !MACK. I
prompt dellyer s. Write for prices. dealer, Miami, Fla. ( Shanley, president of the New Jersey II. I. Cone, sister-in-law of Mrs. Monroe, 1 I r
I Automobile and Motor Club. Tbe machine who arrived In Tltusvllle a couple of M I
( was sent to Newark, Mr. Sbanley't I weeks ago from Norfolk, Va. Unfortu- J. R. WALKER & CO. -
Also- BOY WANTED, to learn the Printing home, on Friday last. The records made
nately, Mrs. Cone was laid up with a
"' Business. Must be a fair scholar and by Mr. Sbanley's new car follows : One 2
'VAPORIZERS I severe headache on the above occasion. -DEALERS IN-
sharp.-Apply at this office. mile, 0:31): ; five miles, 3:30: 3-5; ten miles, Among those present were: Capt. and

SPARK 'PLUGS, 6:60: twenty miles, 17:0-2: ; thirty miles, Mrs. P. Nelson, Dr and Mrs. E. E. Rol Dry Goods
DYNAMOS SINGLE Comb White Leghorns, bred 24:11: ; forty miles, 3.i:52; : 2 5; fifty miles, liDs, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brady, Major ,
foreggs| vigor and beauty. Eggs, $l.fiO 49.1)045.) and Mrs. F. M.O Taylor Mr. and Mrs. W.
MAGNETOS, for 15; $2.73; for a<>. A. '1'. Hogarth/ Barney Oldfleld has a new adversary M. Prindle, Mr and Mrs. D. B. Prltch- Furniture
AT COST Stuart, Kla. :J-/et asan auto raoer.! U. M. Shanley, .J r., ard, 1\lI-s..D.\ N. Cone. Mrs. Wm. M. ,
who bas just purchased W. K. Vander. Brown, Mrs. Wm. II. McFarland, Mrs.

STORE TO LET-In the ADVOCATE bill's world' record Mercedes oar, may Joule Wager; Mlas Clapper Miss Lessen, Shoes etc.
Building/ Tltusvllle, Fla., suitable be matched to meet Oldfleld In a match Mr. and Mrs. W. S Branning, Miss Lily ,
The Florida Motor Co for any kind of business.Apply to race BOOD. An attempt will be made to Geiger, Miss Aleph Mime, Mr. E. L.
C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office. match the pair at Ormond, Fla., next Brady, Mr. C. U. Walton, Masters Mark
month, when Oldfleld will try to annex Brown and Richard Robbins, and tbe
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. some world'a records.RETURNED '

'- -.--- aljng the East Coast, Improved or unImproved I r

a.. L. JHOTXaO'VV": and terms., send No full charge description; unless It effect price FROM A CRUISE. CHURCH NOTICES. CO 11

5x a sale. C. Bookman, Jacksonville, Fla.

Messrs '.. A. Snider T. C. and
hat ell,
Rev. Edward O. Bartlett, D. D., will THE BEST CLOTHES.
BEAUTIFUL WINTER HOME for Wm. Daring of Columbus, O, were a- hold divine service In tbe Rockledge i
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Hale monk the pleasant caller at this office -
completely furnished, and three
Presbyterian church at 11
Sunday a. m.
acres of land. Water front; grove, last Friday. They had just returned to !
At the close of the service a -
Titusville from cruise the schooner John R Walker & Co
poultry plant, boar, garden. Bargains. a on meeting, will be held to elect'of- ,
Box B. Merritt Siren as far as Palm Beach, Miami the
Fin 4-1 I ficers', and to consider the matter of callIng -
Florida Keys and Key West. They alsomade a TITUSVILLE.
a trip to the Ilaulover Canal and pastor. .
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ton's Rapid Calking/ Tools now In use Mosquito Lagoon, whore they had some, There will\ be preaching at the Methodist .................................................. '
fine tiahlng. They were 35 days on the church, Tltnsvllle, next Sunday at
r; by Price boat$4.00 owners and $8.00:In the each United, at the States.ArVOUATK > trip; had delightful weather and no rate 31 a. m. and 7ltO:: p. m. All are invited : r.A. Morgan, Proprietor. E. R. Itlukewood, Registered Druggist.
office, Titusville Fla. Their trip wa enjoyed Immensely, and to be present. Tbe children of the .
N among the sport they bad, Messrs Snider,I Methodist Sunday school will have an .
Hayes and Daring caught; eleven sharks, Easter Egg hunt on the Parsonage; lawn
WilY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, six alligators, one King fish 4 ft. long, Saturday afternoon at 3 :)0) o'clock.
when you can buy the best Self-Lock- barrao,uta 3 f ll in. and lots
one (< long, I RED
lug Tackle Blocks at nearly the same of other fish too numerout to mention. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold DIvine PHARMACYJf
service In St. Gabriel's
price. Now in use In the United The above. party left for home on Fri Episcopal
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers States Army and Navy Departments. day afternoon last, looking as sunburnedas church, Titusvllle, to-day, Good Friday,
Ales, Stout Etc. Examine them Plltchard A Sons, or the Seminole Indians of Florida. at 10:30:; a. m., and 7:30 p. m. TITUSVILtE, FLORIDA.
the ADVOCATE office, Tltusvllle. Also on Easter Sunday at 11 a. m. f
dT"Send me your oiderst! At 7:3J o'clock p. m Easter Sunday, Complete Stock of-
TITUSVILLE and COCOA:: FLORIDA. Archdeacon Brown will hold rerviueatSt
or more, Andrews church Fort Pierce. i PURE ADD DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
each, ten days old, safely shipped four g
J. weeks after ordered. Now U tbe timeto fV Prescriptions Filled With the
L. MQHLEY, hatch for next winter layers, when and Mrs. Chas T. McCoy, of Philadelphia TO BE MARHIED. Utmost Care and Promptitude.'

TITUSVILLE FI.A. egg are high. Brooders made to order who recently purchased the .4. WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US TRIAL ORDER.
for southern climate. Recipe for Decker orange grove and I residence, near i
Contracts for all kind. of Painting, Kal- Sorehead, :: ots. Eggs for hatching; the Park, Titusvllle, were among the -Tho following marriage announcement Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School:! Supplied, l'tJI rumen, Brushes, I
somlning, Staining Finishing and PaperHanging now ready, $l for U. Blair's Egg pleasant callers at thin office on Monday. has been Issued thin week: 'Mrs. Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candles, and all other articles kept
; at the mont reasonable pi'Ice Farm, Meriitt, Fla.Launch Mr. McCoTxwlll\ spend about $2,500), Improving John S. Stewart announce the marriage! J by up-to-date drug mores.
consistent with good woikinanshlp. and enlarging; the house, and he of her daughter Frances Palmer !: 5 B3F" We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.
will probably put In a gas: plant, solely : to Mr. +N+ + .+ ....NN +1. ..... ....+*...<
Harry Wilson on Tuesday, the 5th of
All Work the East Coast Wanted.I ; for his
on lighting: residence, which Is out April, 1001. At home after April 15th,
side the town and electric light: limits. Tltusvllle, Fla." Mr. Wilson Is foreman TrTUS"V'XLLE II' 711XL Y ST.A.EIL:: .
Is Especially Solicited.Let Contractor Decker and a force of men of the ADVOCATE office and the
want a launch 24ft. or 25ft; long and bride- ,
nt9 know what you want and get; my art wide. !Send full particulars and are now employed on Mr. McCoy's residence to-be Is a very popular young lady resident .; t: ., ; ,itlJm., :'
estimate on It. Promot. attention and when completed It will be We "!l IT' l T
lowest price to of Standard, Fla. wish the FEED AND SALE ,'", SADDLE HORSEHRUQOIES
given to all work. one of the finest residences In Tltusvllle.Mr. much in advance.
"W. J.JlAOAN, happy couple joy Mr. 1
4-2t Banyan, l< la. ami Mrs. McCoy are delighted I with Wilson will leave for Standard to-day, ...STABLES... 'G""a, I .. ,
their and make It
new purchase will\
and after a short honeymoon trip, will
William Ilindlc, Job Printing1. their permanent home. return to Titusville and jro to house BAGGAGE .1 SURREYS,
keeping in Mrs. Scrlmgeour's; cottage on iJ iO

TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON .I Do not forget the fact that at the ADVOCATE MISS HURSEY FROM JERSEY. Hopklnlilltreet. TRANSFER, r- -\ r y and TURNOUTS

WORKER. office, Tltusvllle, we do Job HAULING, ETO.e; v_ .all kinds..
printing of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and IN HONOR OF MISS BERGE. -
Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. expedlttously. Letterheads, Noteheads, Tonight our theatre goers: will enjoy a
Billheads grand treat at the Opera house, and It Is J. W. OSBAN & SON 1
Envelopes Tags and all other
GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE kinds. safe to say the best performance of the Miss Annie Jones) entertained quite a TITUSVILJ.EBack of Gl'o.-M. Robbing' office.FLORID'

season. Manager Dranning has secured number of her young friends attbe home )
TANKS MADE TO ORDER. the popular Marie Dala Company to f
of her parents, Judge and Mrs. M. S.
For Sale at Ooorglnna Florida. pear In the three act society musical Jones Tuesday In honor of JP i
Your Patronage I Is Solicited. onrnedy "Miss llnrsey from Jersey," one her friend, on Miss Mabel evening Jierge., Games E. L_ RRA: 'Y GO :SEO.: ,

COCOA, FLA. of the latest successful plays. Miss Dale and dancing were Indulged In till about -DEALERS IN- I
15 acres Improved land, centrally located who in at the head of this splendid com- 10 o'c\I>ok when the invitedto
\ mourn( were
frontage of 14 rods on Indian River. pany, In considered to be the best dressed the dining: room, where refreshments GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT!

Stanley KitchingDealer Contains fine young orange': '' grove In woman on the stage;; her costumes are consisting of several kinds of cakes andwlnell We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZE
bearing. Address T. H. CHAMBERS marvels of beauty. The prices. tonight,
were nerved. At 11 o'clock the
We deal exclusively: In the bove line of goods and solicit the trade of all consul
In- llm Ueorglana Fla." will be 23, 80 and 75: rents, and a large !
to close and all thanked
party came a ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS -- -".- -,- ---- audience can be anticipated. the charming young hostess for such a K. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE FLA.
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Tobacco, Pipes, Candies, Fancy China : FLORIDA EXTRACT CO. ----- -----

and Temperance Dilnks. :: E. Vesey Hall 1I
The following brands of cigars delivered -- NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP. W. E. GOLDSMITH

at .1.25: per box of 50: < I Oeorglana, Fla. | The tannic acid factory building:, ,

Huraboldt, Key Went Smokers, Premos, t bought: several months ago In I'alatka, Work on the new machine and blacksmith -DeAler In-
3. Boat Builder. : ; and shipped to Miami by the Florida Ex.
Cremo, Cubauas, t'ohalskl.. i tract Co., of Tllusvllle, bas been re- shop Tltusvllle, which Is being STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT AN
Flinch Cards rOc.> Hand Made Palmetto i [ Dade's erected at the corner of Washingtonavenue ;
; ;ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK. erected In county town, and ex. !
and Broad street. Is well under PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
Hats, :25o..! Write for Estimates. tract work, we presume, will\ soon com I .
t II. Swain
: weigh{ and the proprietors W. TITU3VILLK FLORIDA.
The Is building
STUART FLORIDA. mence. company I
........N........N.. a dock 120: ft. In length at the foot of i & Co., will be ready for business next ---- .--- --.-- -
week. orders into
Already flowing
G Miami. This dock Is for thecompany's are '
Avenue the above Mrm, who are! anticipating a INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
Bobbins &: Graham Co. own use, and a large amount big business. .
of palmetto roots will be received there
by boat. If It l lit only palmetto roots FLA.
r (Inoorporaterl.) the company Is after, why they may be : SOLD OUT. Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-backed or loose. Special attend
PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00.) ee.N.t e. bad la Brevard county by the millions, paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
without going: so far south after them. T. T. WETMORE. Proprietor.
This company owns :Mr. Winston S. Branning has sold out
in the Insurance business of
his Interest
X-i AN:: :3D: S, Have your eyes examined and fitted CONFIRMATION SERVICES. Branning Morgan to Mr. P. G. Walton,

I v the Indian River Country; On the St. by the expert.DR. A.who Morgan will\ now, under be associated the firm name with of Mr.Morgan F. <>TI<='E_

Lucie River; at New River and on Bay 0. L. MANDAVILLE, Bishop Wm Crane Grnv of the Southern & Walton, Tltnsvllle.

h, BUcayne. Prices to suit the times. Tltusvllle, Florida. I firmatlon Jurisdiction services of at St.Florida Gabriel's, held ch urob Con, To Packers and Growers of Pineapples an

Send for Land List. Tltusvllle, last Friday morning, before a FLA. PRESS ASSOCIATION. Tomatoes :

Offices at TItusTllle and Miami, Fla. East Coast Meat Market large have: been congregation a great: many although:more there' present would Before you purchase your Paper for,

had the services been bold In the even- The Florida Press Association\ will
meet In Jacksonville on June 13th and it will for
log. to write
Hodgson Bros. O. F- DUREN, Agent. There were four candidates for conflrrnaUon hold their annual convention, which will wrapping, pay you us

a:: ::!3 viz: The ilUses Jeannette I. last three days. Many of tbe editorswill samples and >riccs. lYe furnish
KAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER FLA. .S Oth : and Ethel Wilson, Frankle Stewart and go on.an excursion to the World's } can :you
Fair at St. Louis on tbe close of the
-- Mabel
i Marine Railway. : s C3.o :: .. I the meeting. different grades and different colors.

General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. -: a MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.. I Mono}' saved in buying is
{ ..Special Facilities.. 1:1a To Taxpayers.. .
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing -- A meeting of the Brevard County Medical CONEY :I::_&DE.: ,

J Yacht and Launches. ( Association will be held at Titus- :Notice Is hereby given that the tax
: D"qTITUSVILLE: no vllla on Saturday, April nth, 1004, at books fur lirevard county, Fla., are now Write usU1VZ'J'ED
Mention the ADVOCATE when writing. _. c.-a: the Court house Tltnsvllle but
..- :2 :s30 p. m. All members are earnestly open '
i -1:1=:r.. requested to attend. will positively close on the first MondayIn :: :]PAPER: CC>..
;Of OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, c.-a: CI:: B. R. \Vii4ox' : April. E. W. HALT-
Cheap, at this office. FLORIDA. President. 'rax Collector. Southern Office. Atlanta Ga.,