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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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n ;! LOCAL NEWS -The announcements of candidates Word About Our Fashionable I LADIES' CULTURE CLUB. Hrevard County Lands For Halo, AMONG THE HOTELS. .,:'.$r r
for public offices will be found t\t.t )
on our <
ClothingDoes I Mr. Leland assistant { "
2nd 1 page: Starry manager; I I
Lad'! Topics of General Intercut. The Progressive; Culture Club was Meirltt's Island, near Courtenay' formerly of the Bieakers, Palm Beach, ha gone; t. '(a t" f jl

-Mr. D. P. Merwin, of Milford, 'onn, a suit look, fit and wear well' very pleasantly entertained by Mis. \Vm.M known as the huger Place; 107'a to his slimmer hotol at Brynmawr, Pa. V I ,,.'1
Fine and //II
ADVOCATE after spending several weeks at Rock- That Is what the customer desires to I Brown, at her home In '1'1 tusvl11 acres. pineapple, orange veg- Mr. G. U. Irwin, assistant manager of 1
THE etable laud. Price WO.Menltt's .
$<
ledge and Eden has arrived home. '
know. Our twelve years of continued Monday afternoon. There were seventeen the Indian River hotel Tltiisvtlle, completed '

.1! $1.50 per" annum months, in advance.'. I -Mr. Jake Mendel, who has been In success and experience, enables us to I ladies present, and, after the busncxti )- Indian River Island,, and 11)11\) acres Including, lone oysict fronton !1 hU\ engagement last Saturday' and I :
L .1i $1.00 six the inReadyMadeClothing. meeting, a literary contest called left for Lake Helen. i
Porto Rico for a year or more, has returned guarantee highest perfection permits granted by Brovard Count .
i $2.00 per an. to foreign countries. to the home of hU parents near A Kline suit had "'A course dinner" was served. The Good land fur vegetables and somo good,* The Now Uockledgo,: hotel, Rockledgo, V i t r

: When you subscribe for the AovoATI Titus
by the year, it does not cost you excellence of making.We knowledge of the cook book, were never Price41 H). fIll seasons on record, under the management j $ I
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iree cents per week postage Included. SEE If E. A.want WADDELL, Miami, Fla. have theMe supeilor suits In prices I ly taxed during,: the half hour allottedto Town of Tltusvlllo, lot :3 l, i of( Rest: subdivision of !Mr. H. R. Sharon, who left on II
you nu Orange Grove, Pine- ranging,: from (5$:) to $I 13, the "Menu-" of old block 4, A faltly good Tuesday for his summer hotel, Klaniosha ,
i, !: EAST COAST ADVOOATE Is on apple Plantation or Vegetable Farm result lie between Mrs
.HE We will also place on sale about 501)) The proved a house Price Inn, N. Y. s
:$250.:!
ate at the following; news-stands, at five At Right Prices. pairs of odd Trousers, made In the lat- Clink Brniinlnc: and Mrs. E: K. )Rollins .
Town of Tltusvlllo\ lot II I block A
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of the Hotel
\ ,
Mr. Fre.1torry!
,tntfl per copyTltuwvilleRed: lirevard t County Commissioners! J. est and most up-to-date style. An excellent for the first prize: an ornamental! pincushion Coleman's Addition. Largo( lot fronting manager 1
Cross Pharmacy. F. Bell J. variety of patterns. Prices rangIng ,: A draw decided for the for. Royal Polnclatui Tho HI'C'llkOr"t accompanied 1
C. Jones, R. A. Conkling and on two sticetH, good location near confer by his little ,
Jacksonville--r J. R. from ti to *". mer. Mrs. P. Nelson, of South Titus-
hotel. Mint were in town this week, at of town. (Good 8-room cottage Price, family, have left Palm Beach. Mr.
tending the usual monthly meeting: of Mall orders promptly tilled from any ville, also 'won a prize an Easter chicken, *700.)( tho Homestead
also
In of
Orlvot News stand. Ice terry manager
for Easier
the Board part of the East Const. nppiopilate; Monday
Town of Tltusvlllo, lino corner lot t In Hotel Hot Springs Va. 'i
.J KIINK cream and cake' were nerved IIH 11 V
date of printed t'LlUR !:, proper
Note expiration upon business nncilon of town 1'1100 t.'OO
week. This -Mr. S. II Peck and family, of Rock- Tltusville. Fla. dessert after \the "feast of reason." The Ponno do I.eolSt.. Augustine, l lender
.\ paper or wrapper every Town of Tltusvlllo, t 1) rcsldenc.it lots
jour
ledge and! !Mr. E. I1. I'otchernud family
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No need -------- the management' of !Mr. I Robert
receipt for your money. west of ralliouil., Piloe, filOuiich.South ,
t send for bRCI'1 of Cocoa, were passengers on Tuesday'strain -In Items for \ do !Murray, has", cloned! after very successful I
for us to receipt su ptlon. on their to P.iytoua' to attend sending publication, BOUGHT TUG AND LIGHTER. : Lake 3:i miles wont Tltusvlllo\ ,
,d The date' gUes 4t to you. the Jonos-hlia'efer way not tail to write names of people and I 40 acres, flouting" on lake, part, hntninock season ; hut the Alcazar' managed
: wedding. d1)
; places 'rciy plainly.Mr. I and pait plno. Flue hind for oranges, by 1\1\ r. Jos. I'. heaves, Instill open and )
: notice ads ten cents
ry Reading are Canaveral! was well lepreseuted In I Wm. M. Brown of Tltusvlllo-Mlaml, vegetables and pineapples. Trice, .:2t! (), well patronized.Tho ,
par line on this page. L. C. Moore, of UoHcland, wall has jMiicliiiKed for tho Florida Extract
.
:) the county town of Brevard, Wednesday: I South Lake, 21f miles west of Titusville. Stunluolo for tho summer, Is nn
In town yesterday, road matters ,
: -AOVOCATFB for sale at the Red by dipt. O. A. Q'lartcl'man' wife and in which he Is much inteiosted.Mr. upon Co, of which ho Is provident, the tugRlondll Punt line hammock, balance Him, tier chnrgoofMr.O.ll. Voss, Id\ rs. Liv-I

Cross Pharmacy, Titusvllle. daughter, :Miss Mai: In, George and Oscar I e and a lighter' to cruise between !high, dry, pine land, with beautiful view Grange, tho limsoe, having gone{ north, \t

Q taiteiman, Eugene Wells and Capt. N. -: Oeo. E. Sobrlng, of Uockledgc, I Miami and ('ape Sable and other of lake. (Good I orange, vegetable and !Mr. Voss, as host, Is popular with visit ;
_Mr, K B. Raulerson, chahmnn of O. Penny Is receiving\ hearty congratulations: over vicinity )points for the astringent"' barks{ plneapplo land. lfO! acres Pile*, ISIHI.* > ort' to West Palm Beach. Mis.\ Voss"' Is .'
Jreveard County Democratic Committee, the arrival of that beautiful' 1UII. boy. l'almlttn."nd others. which will) be) use( Section 5, Township 27 South, Range with her husband i
and :M. who now
-Mr. Mrs. Henry Flagler, by the for the manufacturo of :
vaiiu towu on Monday. company :17 Hast .I!I2! Indian
; acr'ell. fronting on -,
have been the winter their We there few subscribers ) I
: spending at note are a
tannlo arid. Tho Sotnhler' Cottage two doors from
River and lloise Creok'l" nil I Urn north : ,
-Mr. C. W, Blakeslee and family, of palatial home at Palm Beach, arrived 1 at who me still In arrears' with their subset '
Mr. Brown now IIIIH about seventy of lan: Gallie Splendid 'high land line tho I' K.-: C, Railway station, ; first class w t
Kotkleilge/( returned to their New Haven Hotel Alcaznr, Hi. Augustine, last Saturday 'I ptions. We will be pleased to hear men employed iu lower Dado county, large quarry Coquina rock, high,, III'YIInd hoard at reasonable rates Opon( all the J
JConn.,) home on Tuesday. They have to spend a week or so. from them. gathering palmetto roots. Homo comforts'" and every atten
Fine and your "
healthy. pineapple'
,I ,been spending the winter at Rockledge. -Mrs. Rinaldo. M.\ Greene, jr., who -Dr. and, Mrs John M. Dixon and Mr. Brown's friends think that, In addition land. Splendid residence orange; situ Piles! tion. Mrs. A. J, Hombler! )pioprletross.! I, ji jiI 9.

I I rCRN'IrfHED::; COTTAGE TO LET In with her two children, has been passinga daughter Miss Rose Blgelow, spent a to his other honors, he should I1.IMIO. Mr. Jere 8. Smith, Jr., agent for Mr. I I "

I South Titusvllle. App'y! atAovocATKTitusvllle. month with her sister, Mrs. Henry Eg- couple of days or so with Dr. Dlxon's have the title of "Commodoie" by vir- Terms wilt tie, made reasonable to reliable I,. G, Rathbun, of Elmira, N, Y. owner ,i
of hit Investment In Dado
ger', at Miami' returned to her home at mother, at City Point, this week. tue a countycruising puichasurn. Apply) to i of the old Carleton hotel property, at the I j,

-. Ir. Henry E. Pettee, who spent the Opelika., Ala, last Friday, delighted with WE ARE<: NOW- fleet D. L. UAUI.1>IIN, northwest corner of Hay and Market I

winter at the winter home of his parents :Miami and its people. In better position to servo you than -- -- Or, 1'ItusvliteFla. stiuets. Jacksonville, made a sale of It !

at R'icklodge' now at Saratoga Springs, PRICES TO SUIT ALL PARTIESInimproved ever befoio. Our largo: stock ls com- MARRIED. WM. A. WAIINOCK Jamaica N. Y. on Tuesday", evening to Mr. John Holk, I Ia
--- --------- merchant of New York,
N. Y. and unimproved property.If plete In every department. Prices prominent I

Judge( J. D. Van Deman an family you want to buy, don't fail to see quoted or samples mailed to any ad Mr. Harry. Wilson, foreman In the THE GRANT FERRIS WON. Thu price paid was ftiil.OOO:! ;\ and real ostaio !
/ dress. all and ADVOCATB office was married I Tuesday doalurs consider Mr. Holt has soon
who have been spending the season at E A. Waddell, Miami, FU. We meet competition I I I
the Walker to Mills Frances Palmer Stewart ol red a great bargain/
freight. J. R. & Co.5Miss t
pay
their home at Rockledge, passed through -Mrs. J. M.\ Paine, of Minneapolis, :Standard, Fla. The wedding look placeat One of the ADVOCATK'H Daytona correspondents
here, Monday, en route. to their home in Minn., who left Rookledge for Dayton.ion : Marie Quarterman, of Canaveral the residence of :Mrs. J. H. Stewart says: In a race hero on Contractor .1. A. \ ) afternoon

Delaware, O. Monday, received fl2KO() for her residence passed through/ Tltusville Thursday, the Rev Mr. Ciumptnn ofilolntlng. Monday morning the launch, Grant )For- through Titusvllle last Friday ,
Mr. Davidson to Brunswick (la visit her rum dl.fpatellhe Undo Sam 1 minute from Ht. Augustine\ where ha has been In ,
) route to by
and orange grove. en I
Ir. and Mrs. T. F. Nevins Mr. J. The newly-m.mleil<< pair hAve beentopping
consultation with H. M\ Flagler. Air. V
I
: of Nashville, Tenn, was the purchaser cousins, the family of Samuel Ward, the hoinhlor 47 Nocundi, over a sin tulle course, going "' j
'Qmid and Mr. F. J. Kevins who have at Cottage since
lIIoU"lcllltatul, there will bo mateilal V r
the dim anoo In :2! Wn. spending the winter at their Mer- DR. FEIOKL, DENTIST, TtKTIWNBD their return Titusvllle, but will movo I the tide. ? Improvements changes and additions .

Hit place: left for their Brooklyn. home -I>r, J P. Cooper, of Cocoa, has not today from /Seb.istlan.: lie will remain Into the HOI\rn\ elHll' cottage on IfopUIni against(Liter i he owners airanged n oonsoln- to the Itoyul I'olnolaniiand Tho

last Friday. yet found the burglar that recently entered in TitusvlllR till\ about the 1st of May, street to- his store and stole about $2.:>0 then go north for a few months. All their friends after' the 15ih lust. hundred. ,
to two or more oarl'enl.OIIl -
school Board members J. E. Fultz won by the Giant Ferris" by :'M second'. .
and R X, Andrews; also Supt, of Public of goods and cash Dr Cooper has senta persons wishing dental work done, hud The ADVOCATB joins their numerous Distance, 1 1J mlns: ; time, (II I in In. 20 sac, pa!(item, plumbers, electricians, f
Instruction list of the lost property to the chief of better see him eaily.Mr friends III hearty congratulations. elc. at least until late next fail. f
R. E Minis, were in town The Uucltt :Sam wall built at this nla"a ,

ibis| week attending the usual monthly the Jacksonville police.Mr. Drake, who IIIIS a grove of fifteen less than two year,,' ago; and, being Manager J. ((1. Bast, of the Indian j j

o meeting of the board.Mr and Mrs. B. F. Ives, Mr* Fred acres of orange and grapefruit trees at FRORIDA OSTRICH FARM. equipped| | with a uowoifiil Standard motor River hotel, Tltusvllln, presented a large

William Mackenzie a popular Iv6H Mr. Bert Ives and two sisters, Malabar, was "h.lLlnbl8/ sou In North Is very fast probably the fastest number of children with pretty basketsof
after a prolonged visit at their winter Titusvllle the first of the week. southern built boat of her class' and reflects colored Easter and candy on
representative of a New York net and The branch farm of the Florida!" .- egg/{
II twine home at LaGrange, left here, Monday, $great credit! on her builders nnd !Hunclay. Ha( also the school obl1<1- l
house stopped over here, from -Mr. W. R. Walker, of Titusville, has trick !Farm at Palm Bench, about mile : gave I
Sunday until{ Monday, on his way to for their summer home at Camden, N. sold a part of his flub business to the south of the Royal Polnclan, has been owners, the McCoy Bros, of Daytona ren an egg hunt, on the lawn of the I
various places between here and Miami. J. Mr. B. F. Ives is the owner of sever Atlanta Fish Co. Mr. Dyer will\ be the closed for the season. Next winter the The Grant Ferris was brought to' Daytona hotel, Kasrer Monday afternoon. The r
al orange groves at La Grange, in thesuburbs for the new ostriches will\ be located north of the from the north by Mr H. B Collins, school children, formed ranks and marched -
FOR THE MEN- Titusville.WE manager company. and 1 Is equipped 1 with a :20 h. Grant
of p. hotel
with military/ precision to the ,
i, Polnclana Mr. It (;. Rogers the genial, ,
We have for men's < WINNING NUVJBER FarrU When she arrived discussion "
:
anything wear WANT YOUR PATRONAGE: THE and hustling manager, is making the motor. a in command flf Prof "flter and the
wanted. Suits as low as $J,50 and up want cash For March Is 31, series 2211. Who Jacksonville farm more attractive thanever of the relative speed of the two Misses Lilly Golgur, Aleph Slims\ and
I toJO.OO:] Shirtsstraw, neckwear, Furniture-anything you has It P Bring or send It In and (get the launches began, which ended,! on l'tIOII'day Carrie Mendel.
time. by continually adding animals
We more
etc Always a pleasure to show you. or easy payments. give you 42 Piece Dinner Set Ask for tickets and probably stamp the Grant .I
J. R. Walker: Co., Titusville. We treat you well. Come to our store, on the April drawing. J. It. Walker "" reptiles and blids to It. The Fla. Ferris as the fastest motor boat In Mr. Henry W. Merrill, manager of the.
feel at home. We are one of you and Ostrich Farm Is well worth seeing, and Palm Miami who
: & Co. Titusvllle.\ l Southern waters.MR. Royal passed through
i Mr and Mrs. W. R. Sanders, Alias want you to know and feel that It is so. : visitors\ to Jacksonville should not miss TltiiHvllle last Friday, on his way to Ht.

) ] Alice Sanders, and Messrs C. B. and T, John R. Walker A Co. -The editorial rooms of the ADVOCATE It. ------ Augustine and New York, was very

S. Sanders; also Mr. James Hooks, all of office have been treated to new, SAMS FOR SENATOR. much pleased over the remarkably successful
,: Courtney, spent Sunday In town. Miss -Mr. W II. McFarland, who has been olive green: shades for all the windows, ENTERTAINMENT. I season"' the Royal, I'altn had this
: Sanders left for Tallahassee on Monday. In Co'umbus, 0., with Forepaugh's andSells' which add very much to the neat appearance season. The hotel was crowded the
., shows during the past two weeksor of our sanctum. On this page will be found the announcement t
r -Metsers Chaa. F. Naethlng W. J. On Friday last a three-act comedy was whole lesson Mr. Merrill was aocom-
I'' so. leaves to day for Philadelphia. of Mr. "ftf" H.' Hams for State
Hazclwood, U. Norton and J. Ross Val- Mrs. McFarland expects to leave Titus. Filendsbip Chapter No. 11, Order of presented", to a Titusvllle audience at the Senator. Mr. Hums Is an old resident of pained by his private secretary, Mr. J.

entino, are expected here, from New ville for Philadelphia, tomorrow (Satur Eastern<: Star, had a very pleasant meet. Opera house, to a fairly good house,considering Indian River, and Is well and favorably H. Fruellng. They are on their way to I

York, on the :25th!; to take a cruise as far day), and after a short stay In that city, Ing in the Chapter room at the Indian It was Good Friday. The play known to hundreds of residents along the Royallon hotel New York. Dame '

I "the Florida Keys, on board the Rose will\ go; to TIIunton. Mass.\ to spend the River hotel, Titusville, Tuesday evening, was entitled. "Miss Hursey from New the East Coast lie has worked faithfully Rumor says Mr. Merrill will become J
wie, commanded by Capt. J. M. Laflin. summer with her mother. when several topics of Interest came up Jeisey," and was full of mirth, music In the Democratic( ranks for a great Benedict Ire thin Royal Palm opens next '

They are going after tarpon. for discussion. There was a larger/ attendance and song. Both Miss Dale, the principle many years; and as he has the Interestsof winter. -_ -__.__ \

.:Mrs Henry It. Jones of :New Hart- -Colonel John 'r. Glenn, a lifelong than usual, which Is gratifying; actress, and the other members of the the counties of Brevard and Dale) at '
for a. Conn. has the home friend of Senator M. S. Quay, was a those members who take an interest company played their parts admirably, heart, lie asks for the support of the FOR STATE SENATOR.
to tIn
whet inane pleasant caller at the ADVOCATE office, the Chapter.: It was regretted that and received hearty applause. It was voters at the corning election.
'.) JKiiavllle daughter Mrs. Win. M. Brown, of Saturday/: last.; and, like many others Illness prevented a few of the lady members one of the best companies we Imvo had Mr. Hams has known Mmmtor James I hereby announce myself as a candidate ,
after visit ofaweek
a pleasant 1 for tttaleAeuator! subject to the .
very enrolled his ourfaHtlncieaslngsubscrlptlon from attending. In Tltu.yllie this winter. ,
week name
,
this upon P. Tallaferro for many years, and ha is I
or so In Miami, seeing the sights list. Colonel primaries I of May 10th, and I ask for the
the' % WHEN: YOU WISH TO DRIVE call supporting him in his race for tho office
"Magic.City" and noting its won- support of all my friends In Dade and ,
auditor of the
is the
oerfui Glenn, who deputy of United !States senator.
growth and Improvement since upon the Tltusville Livery, at rear of A PICNIC. Brevaid Counties.
has been at Ht.
her state of Pennsylvania, f (
I last visit. the fish- Robblns' law office, for a stylish, up. Yours respectfully.
winter
Lucia all the enjoying
Mr: Joseph Arthur, the celebrated Ing. He arrived In Titusvllle, Friday all to-date kinds rig of double Leave'and our single; older hauling.for There will be a picnic at Like Wash MR. JONES WITHDRAWS. M. K. ts.M" I

playwright' : and author, passed through; on board Mr. Suromerlln's launch and sale stable ington Tuesday" April 20th. AcurA I -

)'" ville, Friday last, on his way to was on his way to New Smyrna and Day- Feed and J. M. OMIAW' a Titusvllle specialty. Fla. dial Invitation Is extended to all Candi We are Informed by Mr. Wade H. A PEANUT PARTY

yew J fork af er spending; the winter at tona, to do some more fishing for a da'es' and everyone else Jones that he has withdrawn from the

hole -uund with his friends the Jeffer couple' of days or so, when he Intend -Mr. Joseph Jefferson the celebrated race for the office of state senator, although Mr. and Mrs.
{**"' Pilous, Snlders and others. lIe leaving for his home In Ilarrisburg. Pa. actor, accompanied by his son, Mr. J Cockled(jc Hlver It Is against; the wish of his numerous enjoyable Peanut at gave their v

looker nearly| as brown as a SeminoleJoiian : Colonel Glenn has a number of friends, Chas. B. Jefferson, passed throgh Tltnsvllle Indian friends, who had no doubt of his residence very In Mouth Titusvllle Party ast night. !

and said be was delighted with on Indian River, and we are sorry he P'rldayl8Mt, en route to Jacksonville election at the coming primary. Mr Several with In .,
toe East Coast In Titusvllle. meet the which bad Has one of the most attractive and Jones he has certain reasons for games peanuts were or- f.f
climate, and may, eventually could not stay longer to company, says der and at their termination, the following -
I become a resident of Hobe Sound. arrived a couple of days previously. Mr. best stocked stores along the East Coast withdrawing, and he will publish themIn ,were proved to be the winners of the /I ;
Jefferson and company left for Augusta, of Florida. You can find everything the next issue. of thus ADVOCATE.: '
Gardner's Flyers. need at this store. All kinds of flue prizes: : !Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, Mrs L. J\. + +
to theirseason's you -- -----
Portland Cement. Ga., on Tuesday Mr., commence Jefferson has groceries and western meats. Brady" first prizes; Mrs. 1>. N. Cone and i
tour. Joseph Sash and Door Mr.\ L. A. Brady, consolation prizes.A .
while Particular attention paid to the needs
been at Palm Beach all the winter
,
FURNITURE: his. of yachtsmen and cruising parties.Oto. light collation, with\ bottlad beer,
his has been enjoying a rest at
thOur ,a t Consignment: of 150 barrels of DRY GOODS, son Hound. As N. HATCH, Prop. lemonade, etc., followed' I In the dining I i
Savior's Sidewalkl SHOES. winter home at Ilobe previously Barton Ave. Just received, two carload of sash room, which was dune. ample justice to.. I
Special Rockledge.
( announced In the ADVOCATE, and doors before the recent advance Ii 6
bought then In order Mrs. Monroe
was sold in two weeks. Another Waffle Irons 125. Screen cloth lajcts.:! Music WAS by '
l lot<>n the needles silks. Mr. Jefferson and his company were unable In prices. We can give you the and Mrs. Prindle. This terminated avery v.
way. Try It. It is good. Embroidery hoops,
needles oil bobbins. to perform In Jacksonville owing to Fine Property For Sale. lowest market prices. pleasant' evening's amusement. ,.
2tit' oast Lumber A Supply Co., l Machine bands, .
& the New house not being ready.
Opera and Co.ii2t
East Coast Lumber Supply .
Eau Gallie, Fla. CHAB. A. GARDWEB, Tilusville, Fla. Fis. Among/ those present were: Mr. andMrs.
Two nice cottages each (} Eau Gallie, D. W. Monroe Mr.\ and Mrs. Wm.
PHOTOGRAPH ENLARGING.-J. H. ; adjoining M. Prindle, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brady,
other in North Titusvllle 'with ------ I
acre
Are You Going North ? Launch and Schooner for Sale. Brantley, of Altoona, Fla., has appointed of hammock and fire acres,of rich an muck Mrs. Henry R. Jones, Mrs. Wm. M. .

Miss Eater Lowery, of Titus land, suitable for truck farm. Good Land fur Hale. Brown, Mrs. D. N. Cone, Mrs. M. P. ,

Do! not fall t i"<>PUiai 28x8ft. 5 horsepower, Palmer Portrait and Frame Co., of Chicago. Walton Master Mark Brown, Mr.\ and
Launch ,
Hyde Line, from the agent, orders her for the sleeping rooms and a servant's room up- Choice B and 10 acre lots on the Pen. I
All given enlargingof
old. Price 50000. Mrs. Geo. M. lUibblosand Masters Rufus '
,
C. II. WALTON entf ne, 1 year stairs and land
and of ; a parlor, sitting room dining insular, between Waveland and MewalU
framing
83ft.; long photographs pictures Bobbin
Schooner ; Richard .
Titusvllle, Fla. One Cruising built, $400 00. will be promptly' 'attended to, room and kitchen below. The adjoining i'olnl, fronting on both Indian and /tit.Lucle ,,
draft strongly
light cottage baa two sleeping rooms and and
and work guaranteed. Miss Lowerywill rivers. Also Improved places, .
Co.
CONRAD
DIsHOlution JJotlce.e E. T. Daytona: ,, Fla. be found at her home at Sun and servant's room lo second story and neat three-room unfurnished cottage to Cowi! For Hale. f
.
4.4t beam 'lo suburbs of Titusvllle. sitting room, dining room and kltchlnn rent. Apply to C. H. IUCKY, -
( e h ; ; firm of below. Large, brick cisterns to both ,7ma Waveland, Fla. After April lath, Ten Fine Mllcli J
Born ll anoingofedaCross Thar- Dean n l ketfJ. houses. Adapted for a nice winter ___ Cow.; brad to the Finest Registered
JI1 lC1. Shoe ICepalrliig. bome. Guernsey Bull In Florida. Being short
Tltusville, Fla. 1. hereby dlssolv- Cleaning and Irenting.
contJ he Red Cross, will be I Price, tJ,50: ) for the entire property of pasture, we are compelled tnvdlspose"

TLUfd! by F. Pharmacy. We have Just received a carload of I do all kinds 0T boot and shoe repair Term., $1,(00 cash, 'J I,30O: on mort- I of a part of our herd. No reasonable' totTer

March 18th Morgan. Bean Baskets. price 12cts. each. : log, and do not forget It. Opposite Ja*. gage at 8 per cent. All work done up-to-date. Call and refused. Address, h

FREDERICK, 1904 A. MOROA.X.BRAJTXIXO. East Coast Lumber & Supply Co., I Pritchard fc Son. ANDREW Giu"o Apply to (leo. M. Roiinm, see me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor E. W. Arenxs::: 1 ".

1. 'VI 8TON s. 6-2t Eall Uallle, I'la. I Tltiuvllle Fla. i-8t Tltun\lle\ Fla. Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. : Ormond, FU. ,',

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- Opaac California Vrune Wafers.! 'Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble ; '. .. 1
1 STEER FEEDING. cures a cold in 24 hours. A modern "'

Remedy for LaGrlppe, Influenza Coughs: Purely vegetable: they are nature' and Don't Know: it. ,. i ': .
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Sora General Point and the Kern' Bronchitis Sore Throat, Neuralgia: and hold.product and should be In every and ho\iae.all- now To Find Out. ':'. ,;I' ";. (

tacky Outlook In Particular. Rheumatism. Purely vegetable, easy They cure constipation '
disorders of the stomach liver and Fill a bottla or common glass with your -
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and
F and to take never falls to w .'
pleasant
uctlce
ununl la
cuttle the
In feeding i l Croat water and let It stand: hours
relief. Opaao Is a small chocolate bowel 100)( wafer 23o.; Ke twenty-four ; i.
to take the animal from grass* at about give quick sediment settling I
.. coated tablet, and is sold at 2.;">c a Pharmacy Tltusvllle, Fla. or
eighteen months of age niul( to teedheavily Indicates ar .
box. lied Cross pharmacy Titusville. "
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cuncontraliil rations during unhealthy condt '
on Their Celebrations. 0' a .. .i :
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IWv'ral 1 month! *. Urn-Ing! this' pprlod'the tlon of the kid 1
Gin In England In the Old Da.y". Hick*-Uolnic/, to celebrate your wooden : If It stain C ,. .(. ,;
nnlinnl I Is rounded ncya; ,
the
framework of .' .: .'
Before intoxicating liquor was madedear wedding ure you? your linen ft Is I

cut and fat dcposltod among the organs by taxes and .Its sale was regulated -; Wicks-Yes. evidence of kid ,. '

and tissues of the body. The tendency by licenses the use of It In England Hick*-Well. I .taefMt I'll celebratemy ney trouble: toe ',. <*f*> ; "
for several yeurn bus been toward the flvc desire to : '
was astonishingly common. Not only wouldn't wedding. It was just frequent '. I'

fattening of younger nnlmnls. The W I'e' tbere In London 0.000 or 7.000 years ago Hint tfiflt !girl from Chicago -. .. ... pass It or pain In >; ',?
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four-year-old steer .In a thing of the the back la: also &v
said she wouldn't me.-Somer-
regular dramshops but cheap gin was marry : ;
the steer la convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder V : ; '
while three-year-old
punt given by masters to their work people vllle (Mass.)! Journal. are out of order. ,: \ ,,. ,
rare. In Home sl'ctlons, especially I.I. ,. "' ..
Inntend of wages sold by barbers and What to Do. : ",,"'" u.. /1 W'' .

where the feeding period is Ions/ by tobacconists hawked about the streetson Opanccures There Is comfort In the knowledge so 41. ?,: .. I 'i .." :' :' : ,, I '

reason of the hard winters nome cattle barrows by men and women. openly often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- ::'i, ;; .;, ., .
are marketed an long yearlings having a cold In 2i hours Relieves Roo., the fulfills ,'
exposed for sale on every market stall Ileadac.Comfotting great kidney remedy every ",( -
bnan fed continuously and sold aa forced on the maidservants and other Neuralgia, Bronchitis, and wish In curing rheumatism pain In the '
and Curative. Swift:! ,Sure ,
bw-f." back, kidneys liver. bladder and ,
"baby purchasers at the chandler's shop until and Safe.:! The, Beat of All Cold Remedies of the every pan. : \ ,
The source of feeding cattle Is with urinary passage.!;; It corrects inabillt; i .
as one contemporary writer puts It. because the most efficient. Opaao
to hold water and scalding In .
pain passing
_ _ the general farmer* and western ranch-. "one-half of the town seems set up to Is a small chocolate coated, tablet and Is It, or bad effects following use of liquor, :

man. The western cattle that were formerly furnish poison to the other half." Bold at 2t)c a box. Ued Cross Pharmacy. wlno or beer and overcomes that unpleasant .i' ., !
marketed from being ,
grass are
.** k't.t/*. .. .*l.tfln<*i..*... necessity of being compelled to go often
shipped more and more Into the corn during the day, and to times
get up many
Warrant Every Mottle. IrishmanTin tmulilfd with ht>lul-
_ _ during the night. ..The mild and the extra-
aches In I It 1 In'
the niorjilnt; may on .
If troubled with rheumatism Rive ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon

Chamberlain's Pain Balm a (rial. It will account of lilY vyt-s. r'rrhiips I need realized. It stands the highest for Its won-

not cost you a cent If it does no /good. stronger jrlnsucn.", ''' derful cures of the most distressing cases. ,

One application will relieve the pain. It Dr. Rhl'udc.o: : I think you merely If you need a medicine you should have the

also cures sprains and bruises in one- need weaker glasses and fewer at best. Sold by druggists In SOc. andl. sizes.

third the. time required by any other nl ht.-ExC'ho: ncrJrving'ms ;You may have a sample bottle_ of this

treatment. Cuts, burns, frostbites wonderful discovery t FLORIDA EAST COASTRAILWAY.
Wafers
quinsy, pains In the side and chest, Itucliii and a book that tells : tl ; ; 'I:::' : ,

glandular and other swellings: are quick. cure Scalding: Urine. Itackache Rheumatism more about It,both sent 's'. .' lb I. W' ,
ly cured by applying It. Every bottle Nervousness, Toss of Flesh /Sediment : absolutely free by mailr :::

1 warranted. Price \Iii!! and BOo. For sale In the Urine, Renal Calculi, l>la address Dr. Khmer /L rrnm. of swamp-Root

by all druggists; and medicine dealers. bates and all Kidney troubles. including Co., Binghamton N.V. When writing men

C Brljlit'8 Disease. They are purely a tion reading this generous offer in this paper. *
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i 's'Jl'. .ffrwe.l_ -- vegetable: compound and act directly on .

the weakened tissues and blood vessel .

F / TROPICAL of the kidney and urinary organs. Soldat I FOLEYIONEYTARCures

a 50c a box, by Red Cross Pharmacy.ANNOUNCEMENTS. Ooldsi Prevents Pneumonia

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', FISH AND flAME WARDEN..
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I .t PINE APPLE hereby announce myself as a candidate for Next Issne. For Information Relative To
the utll<:,, of Fish and(fume Warden subject to
i the action of the democratic. primary to be held
Under this bead will appear the announcemenntsof May 10th. 'I'. A. ROBINSON.:
frC candidates for the various I State and Trains See Ticket
County o/llces, Agent
Tho chaige, for Insertion of announcement MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD.
t -a' / TAR aMWIFTE1. from now until the primaries. are over, will be %
I Sfl.iHi, an exception. ,nowever, being; made in the To the Democratic Voters of llrevurd County i C
vase of those who seek election as County Commissioners I hereby announce myself a candidate before
or Members of the County Hoard. of the for Memberof School Hoard
comln"lrbllary
Public Instruction who will be charged (:ABO and heft the support of my
or one half. the regular rate. democratic friends to secure nomination.
It is to be distinct!) understood that no'an. 1*. L. KYZER.
nouncement will be Ini-ertnd wi hunt living paid' a
for In advance as we have. learned from experience :;0. II I
that this IH the only safe rule. Tbe many friend of A.J. Carter, of Tnrnbiltl. : : r C
have urged him to become a candidate for the <.
Q1Ai'EU.: otttca of Member of Hrevarci Hchool Hoard for ."
S A. GOOD FOBS has cured more bad rOR COUNTY JUDGE. the Flint District and be solicits the support of -,,:) ;
belt for a finishing period. The ranchmen all Ills friends at the coining primary on May : "
To the Democratic V..tera..f llrevard County i .
10th. MANY VOTUIti.To .. :t "i' ,I' "
have by tbe use of good bulls of l v.terof Brevard .' ", ,1 ... \ 1 -
cases Indigestion Having. lit en h..norm! >> the Ii I' \ .
made a wonderful Change'In the character county with the omen of ('..nnt.. J.idge I now _.a ,.' ,. ;: :"j" -
come before yon again. soliciting your support the Democratic Voters of Hrevard County I... ;. A/ "
of western cattle. It Is now possible La Grippe, Stomach for re election subject to the ,"lmurY" be helot I respectful announce my candidacy for M m- ., .
to buy at the principal cattle markets May. 10th. If nominated. and elected I w.ll endeavor ber..f Hoard of iutjlc| Instruction from the 2nd '
continue In the discharge. of Ihe du ties i" : ...
bred and disorders Coughs and to district at the coming democratic primary, And :Jj
cattle almost .
range pure ... .
Ie.
of siild. ottlce with fidelity to the . of great uniformity of typo. The farmers A. D. PENNKY. citizens. ,.
Colds this winter than ,, .v,
R. E. MIM3. "f ..
of the corn growing sections must .... '."
meet the competition of the ranches by CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT.To I.': ..' 1.f'1.-.:
ALL OTHER remedies ; ..1",... ... .
growing a better class of steers, and to the Democratic. Voters of Brevard. County i iI FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: ,,, ,, :" ,,', .

do this they must breed with a definite combined. hereby announce myself as candidate for I hereby announce myself as a candidate for \. -' '
C the oltlce of Clerk of the Circuit I Court at the election.as County Commissioner for the First! ) .- .. :
object in view, avoiding the crossIng democratic. primary to I,. halo May 10, 1004 and District, subject to the action of the democratic 1'( ; \ ;

i: of beef and, dairy cattle. will appreciate. Yours your support.Yeel.eetfully.A. primary, May 10, 111001. o. H. NAUMAN.To :" :..:''f \: ,.:.: : : : :

With cheap corn our methods of A. STEWART. :\ ( e.. ,

feedingbave been comparatively waste ,' ..

ful. In the rise of tile price of land TAX ASSESSOR the Democratic Voters of Brevard County '. ;. '

and of tile thereon methods T hereby announce myself a condidate. for the I hereby announce myself a candidate for .,
crops grown
ollice of Tax Asi-eiMor and. If elected wl give County Commissioner from the First District
of feeding must be improved. Not the county the very besi service ,tOa.1 ble. subject to tbe democratic primary election, May

only taunt the more common feeds be a.. Yours respectfully 10th, Respectfully yours, Ii1P
) W. It. SANDERS.To WM. R. WALKER.: .,. :1
fully utilized but the feeder must boon

the lookout for supplementary feeds Jl

.from oil mills factories, etc.. in orderto the Democratic Voters of Brevard County| To tbe Democratlo Voters of Hrevard County.
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At the request of a'large nmmiihernfmy frlnnds.. Appreciating your support and conHdehce in
reap the more profit. Formerly the I announce myself as a candidate for the I the post, and Fueling that I ban faithfully discharged :
principal grain feed in moat sections soc VL1.X': :J:>r'Uggl.1 l t'l.: :: 'rax Assessor for Hrevard county, subject the duties imposed upon me, I hereby .
to the action of th- ileinocr..tlc prlniay to beheld announce myself' as a candidate for re electionfor
where cattle were fattened was ear : ; oxrvcrrlto: : ; tlxo May 10, I'\**. If elected I will, fulfill the County Commissioner, of the Second District _
corn it being shoveled out to them to duties of the ottlne to the best of my ability. auil ask your united, support at tbe primary. -- ---
a.n.'U.rao't'Urcrs.:: .. Yours nmpectfnlly, Yours respcctfnllv.'
their full capacity to consume It. J. 11'. MITCHELL. J.: R. MIOT.

I The cattle feeding Industry ia now DCTROrr

becoming more varied In the methods To tbe Demo ratio Voters or Hrevard County i y1d1pA
f..r Tax
W{ I hereby announce myself a candidate
employed in different sections. In the Assessor. Brevard county ami respectfully.. I hereby offer myself us a cmiilidato for Com-

semiarid regions of the west they are .((!>.. licit the support\ and votes of all democrats) at missioner from the Third District subject to
the primary. to b, held May 10, Iuo4. the primary.. May 10, 1UU4
using alfalfa and Kaffir corn and in the I R.e.1.ecttnllyw. JOHN: HOUSTON. fr

neighborhood of sugar factories (sugar' A. 14'ARMER. ,. //

beet residues in the belt and !
; com corn To the Voten of Brevard County: \

corn stover and a variety of supplementary I To the Deirocratio Voters of Brevard County i iI The friends of R. A. CocklIng announce him

feeds as gluten meal oil meal hereby announce myself a candidate for tax for ounty Commissioner from 'Ihlrd District,
etc.; near the cotton states corn and assessor. and respectfully ask the stipnort of all subject to the democratic primary.To L5rOuIs
friends In the coming pri
of my democratic
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cottonseed meal In varying proportionsform mary. Mesptctfully 0IDA'

the principal grain feeds, with K A. ,)llLLAN.: the Democratic Voters of Brevard County t

corn stover and clover hay for roughness. Having been urged by man, voters and tax ;;
SHERIFF, ; 4fl9 '
Tropical FOR payers to become conciliate for re-election" 1 I ; ; :,.
In Kentucky blue grass forms a hereby announce myself as a csmlldata *
To the Voters at the Democratic Primary. I ('0"nt, Cum in us loner trim the 4th District sub
large part of time roughiiuHS especially r Y.'tts
,1 respectfully announce myself.as a candidate jeer. to the action of the democratic primary of A
in the central portion of the state, and for nomination. to tbe oltlce of Sheriff.and wtmlil of May ID, IINVI.) 1 will, appreciate the support of .., 1gXfl dtIL4RR
thank yt.HHll for >our support at the primary, all democrats
a great ninny cattle are fed In the
May 10, 111I14) lteHIcotrully'ourll. JOHN C. JONES. p 11
neighborhood of the distilleries on slop Manufacturing J. I'. nROW

using wheat straw and cottonseed bulls --- 01jcTTEMArawyli.5
FOR TA x: COLLECTOR.To Tt the Voters of Brevsrd County:
for roughness.The .
the Democratic Voters of Hrevard County I II In compliance with the expressed wish of
fact seems warranted that in many of the voters of Hrrvard county, I loITer
Kentucky with residueit blue hen'by announce myself" >s a candidate. fot myself' for the ofllce of County Commissioner for
n grl1'4l1corn or Hrevard County
Company the (ittlcoof Tnx Collector thai Fourth District, for th<* ensuing year. If I .7
fodder and hay with some grain subject to the action of the democratic primaryto am .-leoted I will use my helOt endeatois, to Carryon
and a reasonable pricefor certain by- bit held May in, 11104 1. earnestly solicit the the business of the county, honestly and fair- ffOsjtoavcs 2h
of all friends.FOR
support amy ly. I respectfully solicit your votes and Innu
products. It may be profitable to feed JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Jr. W. lIALL. onCe Kesproifully yours, A
A.
cattle. On the other hand to buy the JOHN: H. WY>N.

--4 cattle and then to buy tbe feeds makesIt PROStCUTINO ATTORNEY.To 4PAL7NQ Zrzp
Democratic Voters of Brevard County tAt Ut
the
a doubtful proposition. The factors The taxpayers of the Firth District hereby announced I
1AN1I'For
-Sold by- the solicitation of many friends, I have F. Hull an candidate f>r the offlce of %
that be against profitable cattle the office
ooudidate for
may finallY decided to become a County Commissioner from the Fifth District _
feeding under these circumstances are of Prosecuting Attorney, for this county at subject In the action. of the democratic primary a_- I.4 s.4v.4Jn
Red Cross Pharmacy the next democratic. primary. I respectfully solicit
U held 10
to May ,
the local of the lack
1 high prices feeds your support.oursjMruly.. 1904.TAXPAYERs. SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN
t of uniformity in the feeding cattle and Tltuavllle, Fla.FLORIDA'S (I. A. FROST. I
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the distance from the best markets.I .- FOR STATE SENATOR.

I D. W. !May, Kentucky Experiment Station. Tu My Ueirooratlc Friends I I.hereby announce myself an a candidate at ; ,

FAMOUS TRAINS Yielding to the urgent. request of many voter. the apt" roarhing primary election for tbe demo
I now announce myself as a candidate.. for the office rratlc nomination for State Senator. from the
of Vrosenuitng Attorney for this county, sub- Thirteenth Senatorial District ol norllF. \..
Tlie T..".. flange tree.I iect to the action of the democratic primary, to M. Hl.l' ?:ol.Tibbals, Fla. ToRAILWAY tJlVlUE
I The range urea of Texas has been be belli. on the 10th day of May I'.xn. and ....Ucltyour I
"Chicago &. Florida Limited"ST. kind support. Res'ectftmllyma. .
I greatly reduced during the present OOUMlTR. FOR REPRESENTATIVE.: V/ASHINGTON.)! NEW YORK II ASHVILLE and

J year on account of the state school To Democratic Voters of Brevard County t

lands coming upon tbe market lands AUGUSTINE, JACKSONVILLE, FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF II'DLIC IN I hereby offer myself before democratic } and the EAST. | HOT SPRINGS. N. C.
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STRUCTION.I a candidate fur
which have heretofore been held under to CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS.:! primary the next legislature.as If .Rer..nta"n. "THE
CINCINNATI. CHICAGO. LAND OF
$ | THE SKY"Thd
the lease laws for grazing hereby announce tny eif as a canillitat for la all respects to support the will of tte people '
purpoHpsonly. This train Is operated over the shortest line om..f Huperlnteiulent of Ilililie Instruction Brevard! f o the best of
the and to serve county my
says' a Country Gentleman corre between St. Anfnwtlne Jacksonville, Orlrairoanil for Hrevanl county,subject to the decisionof ability.. CLAUDE OLMSl'EAD. : NORTH and WEST.. ] ts! "The Sapphire Country."
Louis affords the quickest scbedule .
and dsmoCratiQ.Primars.JOHN f
_ spondent.' It la. another instance of the 8t. the
R. WALKKR.To .
by nearly two hours. ATTORNEY. D... ... .
STATIC ;sJ..wn.5 ., Dtng c.
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invasion of the western prairies by the .
This train Is the standard of perfection in pasMtnirvr I P1I'n.%. C._ ........
man with 'the hoe. The big pasturesare service,consisting of Pullman eatluIoiLIrwIngrOOtfl I respectfully announce my candlnacy for the On All T..I. TisoI .....
Bleeping-, Compartment, Dining : the Pemocrau of Brevard County position of Stats Attorney of the Seventh Judicial I
being bought up by farmers and Observation Can. Circuit of Florida subject to democraticnomination
for !
gradually tbe plow is turning the virgin Leaves rtt. Augustine T i20 a. m.j Jacksonville. 11..11\1&.ViibTlc' a In'tniotlon candidate I solicit County the Superintendentof ...lIu.n_ of on May administration 10. 1904. offer of and the pledge dutiesof 1 I OUTHE.RK 5tAIL.WY..los W 8ar SireN. .I-.u.M. P. CAJtT. OlamsTT t- M_.
Chicago, 4:10 p. in.; St. Louis the vote of the amen. In primary a clean and fearless P'\.A,
sod for the production of cotton II:11) a.m. Arrive the ladle* and honorable office and respectfully
1-6 p.m. lantion Mar 111th. II nominated I proinlM to solicit I b1t above the support of the electors of the Seventh I 'W. A. T\o... r.T N.. WssMegiee D.Co .. H. ....--.. 0. P.., W__ f>. C.: J
and with .
corn wheat forage crops, cot- -0- be. .n fact row faithful and olHHJlen servant.. Judicial Circuit of Florida. Wa H T 6"A.. a. ,.A., ..-... 0.. \
ton far in the.lend. Indeed as a gen: "The Dixie Flyer" JOHN C. JONES: Orlando Fla. \.0 I

tleman from Big Springs remarked the
JACKSONVILLE to CHICAGO and FOR COUNT* TREASURER.To -
other day"blle the older portions
LOUIS. respectfully announce myself as aran"I"ate
ST.
of the state are wrestling with the )tyfrieDdiI I hereby for the office of State's Attorney of TABFOIEY5KIDNEYCURE

problem of diversified farming. King '..Pullman.. ..Vestlbuled.Jacksonville Drawing-room to Chicago and Rleeplna St Louis kindly ask your support> May for County', 11H>*Treasurer the Seventh Judicial Circuit subject to the .

Cotton in moving west and is laying (via.' .J..rro.Ttf ton. Macon Atlanta Chattanooga,(Look- ,a h th. >rimr7 tSly. | action.of the CECIL democratic 0. BU'lT primary.. Orlando.Its.i JeAUdsm. _,.. a'. .,...._ Makes KIJrt y. and Bladder Bight

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Mountain and :Nashville.Leave .JOUolIln'l'.
out )
heavy tribute upon the range cattle -
Jacksonville S:06 p.m. Arrive Chicago
I Industry of the state. Driven from his e:15...rn.j St.Louis,7 a.m.the second morning.For FOB COUNTY SURVEYOR.: 8TATE COMMITTEEMEN.I ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING. .
old habitat by diversification and the Sleeping car reservation for either the annonnr myself as a candldat for hereby: offer' myself for reelection as Memberof
hereby
Mexican: boll weevil he is rapidly establishing above train,or any other Information write or I iortlon to the ortlce and of county surveyor the for the State, and sollc4t Kxecutive the Committee vut* of thoa for* who Hrovanleonntv are NEATLY, CHEAPLY and EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT THE OFFICEOF
call EravVrd respectfully solicit
: out bere a new empire, carv- onE. J. WALKER. Fta.Pass.Agent.Xanhvllle votes, and county support of aU democrats at the owning: wtlsnwl with my action on the prwent commit

.'l out of tllA Texas range; and nppur- .Chattanooga A St.Louis Rjr. prlma"leeon May 10 h. Your J.truly O. 11.1113. tee. W. J. TUCKER.; THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVILLE.

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professional Cards. BO YOU NEED A I AAAAAAAAAAA/WAAAAAAAAAA*. for the scar he lkiil ftt It now un, IrUuchu! Wafers California I'rumi Wafers. iif! !

lib 1'1 nklnltly. Whatever he did h e, are true remedy for all Kidney\: Disease s Pure liver diseases and all stomach
Ii THE BEAUTIFUL ? meant tot<,t with his type open from Its In but i"sn
ROBBINS most simple form-pain rim' troubles; they net gently; surely, ;
/-- EO. M. MEDICINE? The night he asked, her to marry him I back, to IK worst ROIl very rlangeroii-" lengthen; tho bowels and stimulate "!

IT MISS MERRIAM I IBy they rat In Miss. Mcrrtutu's little IIT. !. condition-Ought DisenneVo meat' them. to healthy notion IOO> wafers 25c. i .

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO IHVCSTIOATC. ... where tlU-Korlnn! light of the< It when wo say they will onre you and Ruth: Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllla. J '

AT-LAW. i grate tell full upon tier race. No man we would not any It If we had not ronfl.Ience ', I
There! is no one who does not need a worthy of the name la voluble when In them, which I III the "lln>ct roe cvi><*rvtnw '.KMT*. I

will practice In State and United States Liver Medicine occasionally" HARRIET LUMMIS, he lays his heart and life lit the hollow {- suit of our knowledge of their curt In .\ ir'rr: "f ejnerlin'Mits cnrrlrd cvi j

Court. The symptoms of Liver Complaint are -; of woman's hand. HolllBlet oases that seemed' almost hofiel... Mold' In (:ernriny: In prtwrvlng eggs appear I ,,1 ,

Office at TITUSVILLK, FLA. well known, dyspepsia to every, loss one of, such as constipation Copyright, tart ;T. C. McClure > stammered* through his loveumklng at oOo a box by ned tress Pharmacy. to Hlimv that the bent renulti wow ob- j

appetite, sleep- S Tv/Wr" --- t I"h'I',1 I when. cup'! were( either varnished
essneaa! headache, a tired feeling and I like a boy. As he went on Miss Merriam

GAULDEN, many others of a similar nature. With Miss Merriam the incrediblebad turned away her face no that Oregon f.rrrtfrfr-n: ninokttcrrr.The n Ith vitncllno. Ininierscd In lime water i i'
D.L. Thousands die annually by not heeding the toward htm. The or In water glass solution.
profile was light
the happened. She was tired of hear- Oregon evergreen" blackberry 1 ie I

ATTOKNKT-AT-LAW, I Many warnings acquire of nature. fog that she was beautiful. From her of the lIre flushed on the sear and It an excellent one for the Pacific l'O.I'It.!' t.especially ONE STEP MOREl I
chronic disease
some
stood out In livid rl'lIet.11 a rule, .
from which earliest In Oregon, Washington,
recollections hall
Will practice In all the Courts of the state they never recover. strangers ex Holllater was not fanciful, but for an where It and bears l he fatal to the aleep-walker. Win
of /grown most successfully '
ot florida, and the United States! Courts. Many these could be spared for years claimed over her pretty face, and her instant the gash Deemed the! mocking he draw buck or will he take the final,
of
usefulness but In the central and eastern
230. TITU8VILLB, FLA. by keeping in the home lovers one after another hud hung the fatal IIll'p1 A great many people are in
I\O Box. some reliable remedy. mouth of a. demon stretched in u fiendish states It N a failure. I have seen the
like the !
variations the theme. Miss peril IlIfi'p-walker.They are
on saute "
We believe that we can convince any grin. vines In the two former state and In (Waned. The disease is progressingday 1"
J. WEBB, fair-minded that there is Merriam listened politely and found Holllater waited a long time for an '
t' person no better California no large that one plant covered by day. The time comes when one 1 I""mre '
e remedy for the Liver known, than herself extremely bored. answer to his question., Miss Mer- n fence' or trelll almost fifty feet step away from health is fatal
I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup. "To be loved for your face Is like rliuu'u face was averted, and he could long and I was told by reliable people\ The man who has suffered from indigestion

will practice In the Courts of the 7th :: Buchu The formula is known, consisting of: being loved for your fortune," Miss nee that she was 8tlrrf.nl by some strong that such plants. would yield a bushelor or gastric trouble'
Hydrangea, Mandrake, Yellow Merriam confided to her journal. When he made movement goes some night to a
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents Dock, Dandelion emotion. n two of berries' says II. loJ.T.. D. In ,
Gentian
aDd rents and accounts collected. Senna and Iodide Sarsaparilla of Potassium., You, "Beauty has wings dust; as truly us to take her hand lie turned toward Rural New Yorker a dinner to find and he has returns taken home that ;

know just what riches If a man falls In love with him suddenly, and he saw that her
TITU8VILI.B, FLORIDA. you are taking. How last step from health .
many other formulas of a liver medicine your complexion what Is ho going to eyes were brimming with tears. How to Ward Oil an Attack olKhcunmtUiii. l which" can never be taken j',

D. PENNEY I are published? Ask your druggist about do when you come down with the "You are a brave man, Mr. Ilollls. t I Iwck. 't

A I this. It is already prepared and can be smallpox! ? If I were a pretty fool I ter," she said In a voice not quite To neglect the cure

taken immediately. might be perfectly satisfied with things steady "Have you thought of this?" "For years when spring time came on ) of indigestion\ or some ?, "

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, The strength is extracted in the most as they are, but I know I'm worth lov Her fingers\ touched the Hear with a and I went into gardening, I was sure to other form of stomach I' d ,

Trrnsvu-tK, FLORIDA.. skillful manner, certainly superior to any ing for my"elf-If" only they hud the strange, half caressing gesture. "Haveyou have an attack of rheumatism and every I trouble is dangerous. It ;'I '
attack the
than
was more severe procwl-
powdered preparation known. (We also in also inexcusable. Dr. ,
sense to find It out"Unfortunately what It will to have
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th manufacture a Liver Medicine in pow- thought mean hog one," says Joslo MoDonnld[ of 1111'11. 1'ierce's. Golden Medical
Judicial Circuit. dered form,with which any druggist can for themselves Miss every passerby look lit your wife pity Logan county West VA. "I tried everything Discovery l
supply you, but this, like all other dry Merrlam's adorers never suspected her lugly'and whisper ns you pass?" with no relief whatever, until I the stomach snit. other ,
Liver Medicines requires preparation.) peculiar views. If there had been one "I love you," was HollUter's answer. procured bottle 1 of Cliitmhorhtln's" Pain organ of digestion and

r+ A FROST, Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup of their number shrewd enough to compliment "If there la a hard thing In your life Balm, and (time first application\ gave me nutrition. It purifies 1

is pleasant to take, does not lose iU her Intellect Instead" of her it Is my right to share It." Then his ease. and before the lint bottle wan. lined the blood, stimulate the 1

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, strength, as Liver Medicine in dry form, dimples and to have talked about her bend whirled at the look of sudden I felt like a new person! Now I fool that liver, cures hilioumtesa, ,tb!

Will practice In all the Courts of the,7thJudicial and will keep in any climate. sparkling wit rather than her .sparkling adoration that leaped from her eyes. I am cured, but IIlwnYII keep n bottle and eliminates bilious
Your doctor, however skillful, could of Chamberlain's Rain Balm In tho house poisons from the sys- .
Circuit. eyes he would have found the "Oh, I wanted to tit id a man like and
when'IIml of
prescribe nothing better. any symptoms a ro- tetn.I ,
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.. There is no opportunity for a doctorto short cut to her heart. As It was, you," Mills Merrlaui W 11 hlniored.| "I turn I soon drive It away with one (}rapplloltlonll I pmlne. I wouM" lite* I

make a mistake in writing a prescription they were unanimous In deciding that was sure there must bo such a one In of this linumm"t.; For salt ( .ymir' I'Gulden cannot utter MmUenl in I

or a drug clerk to make a mistakein the aforementioned article had been the world." And then Mho was in his by all druggists and nindlclno! dealers. FTh"or rtcucTlh wit h pen"

FREDERICK A. )MORGAN compounding the same, (besides a omitted from her composition. And arms, with the poor scarred cheek Jn. H Ambrow Eel| ,
I J9 !alumna HI.. Hunt-
doctor's bill and the cost of the medi- 1I14''s" Merriam expressed' her displeasure i>cMHod to him sobbing/ out her heart l'll, "I was tnkvn
of
Abstracts Title. cine.) You can be absolutely sure of the In the following paragraph/ In her In a burnt of exultant triumph' that enraptured with whet: our phy.tctuii::'IIlrt;l IndlnoHtion::
iloctomi, with the best here aunt loiunl
I
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, proper proportion being in every dose. Journal: "Beauty beauty, beauty! How him without bin. understanding no wrote ymi mid you advised me to + (l
Loans Notary Public. Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup I tiresome It all Is! I wish I might It In the least. use Ilr fi'i.ln' 's Golden Mertlcul mi.n..rr.i ( 'il;I {
tfMik three iMHtleH and I tell no .anal that floppril
has been used with the greatest confidence never heur I was beautiful again." When they said good night/ Miss hrlnir cureil. I have no ,uTinptoiim ofgnoiilc
Collections Typewriting, Stenography. and success in thousands of homes Hush prayers sometimes bring unwelcome Merriam clung" to her lover as If re ,, troulil or ImlliteHtlon now* .{ .
for 52 years, and is prepared by a phar- If you auk your dealer for "GoldenMedical 1\\ a .
TtrusviLLK FLA answers. Not very many luctnnt to let him out of her sight I
'
macist of 25 years' experience, in a laboratory Seeds [ Discovery because you leave ,
equipped with the most modern days later the city was electrified by "I must HCO. you In the morning, dearest confidence. in its cures, do not allow

U A. FROST. WADE U. JONES. appliances for the most perfect safety. ,, the news that Miss Merriam had been ," she tmld. "You must spare me n\ t cost mo'yl.ld mo.v. ,.- yourself to be switched off to a medicine

Iyou do not ..nderatend "0.... ever. thrown from her automobile at a well few moments." And Holllnter, who .. ..1I."p.rlm."lInll- cUiuieil to l he "hint as good.5 but which 1,
FROST JONES, write today for. Free tnmplf bottt ..,... known watering place and seriously In. was looking forward to the separationof a.A n t ;: :. von did not ask for and of which you '

"Dr. Tkofhtn-'n advice.lftnlthook.Ha ." (thai iivttfimptomm jured. Pictures of the beauty appeared n few hours an If It hud been as Sold toy ell dealers, 1V04ey know nothing. :>
for limply" Annual fr. .
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, you try it at our_;>...... M. know what In all the lending newspapers of many weeks, agreed with a trthldon. to brad all .pp'leanIA.poa'p.IJ You ran, get the People's CommonSense f'

:Loans:: and Collections. it will do. the country, with refI.orenl'e to her possible lightness/ of heart.Ho D. M. FCRRY A CO.. Medical\ Adviser. u luR pages, paper I
FOIL 8A.LH BY ALL ItRUOQISTS.SO covers,frtt by sending :at one-cent
Merriam'srelatives wondered little when he came
disfigurement. Miss a Detroit. Mich.
stAtiipn/ to of mailing only
lacy expt-nse
JTiTusviLLK FLOIUDA.: ctnt and $1.00.
when appealed' to on this Important next morning that she should keep Address. Dr. K. V 1'trrce, Buffalo, N. V. (

THACHER MEDICINE CO. point, refused to nay anythingto him wnlt Ing. His heart leaped{ at every .- .- --
(t. A. WOHLKY. R. II. SKYMOUK."IX : relieve the suspense' or to satisfy the footstep in the hall for the first half '

rORLEY & SEYMOUR Chtattarsooaa Tenn. popular curiosity.\ And tin' explanation hour, and when at last alto stole Into Lee & '
---- ---
Bryant/l'l'ASIU.VIII.E.
v of their reticence was apparent the room, cloning/ the door behind her

ATTORNEYSATLAVV.Do when Mlsn Merrlam[ made her appearance she took him by surprise Ilolllster

a general; practice In State and Fed ,.) In society a few weeks later. sprang/ to his feet, then stood staring : N c.oOJ:1orn1. .

eral Courts. Special attention givento Across the faultless' curve of the girl'scheek blankly. '
i
admiralty practice. ; c1, run an unsightly near, a scar HO An enchanting face HID lied! up at : : OOl31Jn.:1aa:1OJ:1: : : : : : : Morolzctxxt.: +
e.
I FUISSELL BUILDING aggressively, prominent that it held the him, a face rosy with blushes. He )
MIAMI, FI.A. :_WE SOLICIT 8IIIPMENTH:! 0"t t
attention of the observer"' and made saw the play of the dimples and the

E. FOSTER him forgetful of all else. 'It seemed curve of tho cheek us If he were lookIng r'RTJIZ'S: cto "V'EG-JTIT: : : .A.I.3LEJS.: i
STEPHEN likely that Miss Merriam was to have : on It for the first time. The scar

and again be WE MAKE PROMPT RETURNS. I
her hpnrt'alrslre never was icono. -
TTOHNEY-A-LAwiDyalUpchurch : I
rt forced to hear that sho was beautiful. <1o l!" said Holllstor helplessly,
"My <
REFRIIKNCRM: : Battery Park Bank, Awlievllla, N. O.j; Bank of Hentlersonvllle, Hentlerionvllle -
I Building;, Jax. Lloyd Ilolllster) > .saw her for the first and he dropped Into a chair, his own N. C. ; Dunn anil ladslreot' Commercial Agencies, )

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. time at one of the opening functions of i tree lend pale :MUs. Merrlam run to 4 t
I
the season a few days utter his rO'1 him and dropped on her knees beside ,

turn from abroad. "Notice that his chair looking Into his. eye'* with a
S. BURNHAM, M. D. M2LSOXT: M.: CLARK ;
N. i over there," a friend said, pulling his fascinating/ mixture of timidity and ,

III('(>,'e. "bn"t spring; she. was the'beau confidence.

, SURGEON and SPECIALIST, tiful Miss [errllllll.' and see her now. "l-'orglvo me, deurent. Don't be angry 110 Murray Street aced 100! Wont. Street, NKW YOItK. :

I Ear Nose and Throat. Hard luck, Isn't It?" with me for deceiving! you. If you only

, WKST Ilolllster looked aa directed. He saw knew how tired I /grew of men who '
: PALM BEACH FLORIDA.DR
1 a small head regally curried, a man couldn't ",'e anything/ In me to love but Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.!

1I I of dazzling hair and eyes that shot my' pretty face! That little accident

lIOUG T01ll'S y yt violet lights from under their arched with my nutomolillo was too good an ,

brows. Then Miss :Merrlam turned opportunity to mind, and the Hear was SPECIALTIES : I I

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS her head, and he saw the scar and easily (put on. An actress showed me I ,

w nothing else. da but I Hatter myself that
how to It. Florida Pineapples' Oranges Grapefruit
on the "Dentos, ; ,
"I'd be sorrier for her, the man at after a little I Improved upon my teach ,

Now AT DAYTONA. his elbow went on, "If she hadn't turned er."

down half the fellows in her set I She mulled at Holllster shyly and did Extra Early Beans and Vegetables. 1;

E. BUCK guess she thought she was good for a not seem to find his silence dlncourugIng. .
-
'P -- -- -- - -- --- -- --- I IJ
I duke with that face of hers. Introduce "Please don't say you like mo better '

Stockton & Budd Building, Main St., you did you pay? Why, certainly, my the other way. I almost grew to ? Huhlman <& Co.
"
t dear fellow. hate my beauty when It \blinded peopleto .
\ Jacksonville. Roots*!;i, 1017. C. M. BROWN, It was the Innate chivalry of Hollls- all the rest in me, but now I'm glad

DENTIST. ter's nature which had prompted him to have It to give to the man who lovedme :Jill Washington Ht. I l NEW YORK

; i Crown and Bridge Work The People's Candidate for to ask the honor of Miss Merrlam'it: for myself" 1)3): Murray Street., 1 f N. Y. 1

GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA. acquaintance lIe was as sorry for the Several complexion) specialists claimed -

Porcelain' Inlays girl\ as be was disgusted with the cold I the credit for removing the scar

lilgL-class Plate work. blooded comments of the mart who had that hud ruined Miss Men-lain' beauty Oranges Pineapples

4 4i 66 TEARS: !: A CITIZEN OF pointed her out to him. For the first and reaped golden harvests. thereby ,
4J i WANTED TRUSTWORTHY IKXTLE-: : few moments of their conversation he Hut the beautiful Miss Merriam never rand
I la.lyln each county to manage THIS STATE.A .
J business for aD old eitabliHhed house of unscrupulously kept his eyes away regained her title for the reason that Florida Fruits Our Specialty. i
I "Mil, Hnaniial standing. A straight bona tideweek from her. lIe could not bear to witness her Identity Will noon merged In that
" na.ary of .18.00 paid by chock each Mon.d.r -
'! with a.1 expenses, direct from .. the beauty In eclipse, and he fancied of the lieiiutlful Mrs. Holllstcr. We represent several of the largest shippers In your Htftte, and wish to represent :
Money advanced for expennen. Enclose\ addressed Soldier Under General B. E. that she who hud been no used to

..:ChlcavnfOLEYSIOIEYAZwTAR(! .envelope. Manager- Sao Caxton Blclg., Lee from First to Last Day. reading admiration In the eyes of everyman An Rfioln Jok. you also. Give UM a trial shipment Established 3O :years.1tsTA11LIAIIEIf 1

must wince at the pity which tact _4
when till!
At 2 o'clock one morning .
could not conceal. ....
tog was" thick that you could not seethe ; 1870. I1>>
Presently he found that admiration
..
of the streets printed on the -
!!op.tho and hale lungs name
cough Carries four "Yankee" bullets wa getting the better of his sympathy
lamp posts. a telegram wet receivedat

The Largest and Most Com- as a gentle reminder of This her quondam misfortune.l beauty She was met not this crushedby thunderbolt a Bun Francisco. newspaper olllce! M. Lane & Son 1 ,

elate Establishment South. that great bloody struggle. of fate's spite with a gallantcourage from an Interior town that a prominent ,
official hud been killed while hunting.
which quickened Hamster'spulses.
/ The news had to be broken to the family :250 WAHIIINOTON STREET: NEW YORK.
i iI GEO. S HACKER & SOHI'U' Her easy gayety, her apparent watch
her and the man doing the late
.
unconsciousness of the pathos of
THE FRIEND OF was told to Jump Into a carriage and
situation, appealed to him as no worn- and ProduceI I
I THE PEOPLE. an's beauty hud ever done. He mude get sonic "dopi." on the deceased. Southern Fruit
lIe grabbed the first four wheeler insight
the discovery that Miss. Merriam wan 1Cemmia 1
\ nii'1 did not notice that the driver
brilliant If no longer beautiful and
!\'U'" that her cleverness, unlike that of had been Imbibing. He gave him theudcirosH : icra.: oroho.c.ts: : ," .
i' HIS P1ATFOBM. 111 and nettled back to get a few
many of her sex, owed nothing to
winks of sleep, but wan awakened by
.
nature.In PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
and FLORIDA
laboringmen
QU' The farming the months that followed he saw the carriage coming to a stuncliUII. He
\! his fist consideration. got out and as he glanced around be
deal of MU. Merrlam. It was j jrlenr '
I a great hcadittoiics and Stencil, Card and our quotation furnished. on application.
was surprised to wo
GOOD -WAGES FOB. HONEST that the girl's liking for social | lookedup .. __ t V
monument on nlde lie - -- -- -- k
unaltered every --- -
remained by
pleasure i
WORK. tll"l and fast IIB...... ). In
I found I "cabby" [
change, in her circumstances. She :
WANT A.
-- an Instant he appreciated the situation. IF YOU .. r ;.
: VtV all en-1
%WUb> Liberal everywhere and to appearances
PENSIONS. ..
LIBERAL the --- -
:_ The driver bad fallen asleep! on --
Joyed herself In spite of the sudden fallIng -
MANUFACTURERS OF School POLICY. The Pri oft In the number of her admirer i box. and the horses, bfllevlng they

mary. The Railroad Commis There! had been a time when the man ';, were going to a funeral had I leisurely .Building* Lot +

Doors, Sash Blinds sion. Hard F.oad Economical who wished a word with the beautiful trotterl' to the. burying ground.-Ex-. .. ,

> I Miss[\ Merrlam wan obliged to light\ trfi I change.

Moulding & Building Material Administration. 1 ayment.I Iof way through n double ring of black I of the State Debts. ( contM, but HoIlUter had no difficulty In I It I It wild that the people of New 'f I
I Office LAND FOIL AN OKANOK UIIOVE,
A Waieroom King, opposite Criminal Corporations and gaining her Hide. whenever he went. Britain have peculiar custom of confining -

Cannon Str"et.Charleston Trusts. Yet the depooeil queen of hearts !seemed I their girls' In rage until they PINEAPPLE: PLANTATION TRyCK( GARDEN, '

S. C. I wo unconm-lon of anything about reach marriageable age. Tlie-n! ? ,'af'l4II" : We probably have for sale just what you are seeking. .
,
her wtil'-li railed for sympathy that built III<' palm '
wood from *"
of cut '
-
OF DEEDS. ', Settlers are Hocking )in but still there la room., If yon are I
MAN i'
Sash Weights Cord an. A Tlolllnter BupprraMvl his pity 811 If It tree: mill 'n/e> inside the rude house b! ;

.. -,. had been a form of disloyalty and after ( "! wicb braise ,In a fence" of wlclt' looking this. way, drop a line to i '

n time he no longer found this diffi I ulcer? made of rmlx. The KlrUeageij liT" \ E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vl e.Preddent.i .
Hardware -- cult. He ndmlreil MI Merriam too ;:>t fa age of two or three and :\1J" JAS. ,

Window and- Fancy Clap? FOR ALL KIND: OF JOB PRINTING much to be tarry for her. In every are narvr. allowed]( ro go out of thebotn '.\! .J#, JLOItlDA EAST COAST R'Y,
qtMlltjr of mind and heart she met bN "' and m
remember the ADVOCATE office, ytt they seem strung 5; 'S ST. AUGUSTINE ?LA.
A SPECIALTY. ? Ideal of what a woman should be.1 healthy.


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EAST COAST AfVOt'! A1'v APRIL JI, H iH .

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} President WM. M. BROW
JAMKS. IIHTCHABD ; VIce-PresIdent.

EAST COAST ADVOCATE PROFIT IN POULTRY '!;lf 1.,' i'o,. "'I" ""'iF"'i"\ 'r"'.J. ,','""\>f .. ," ". W. S. BKANNINO, Asst. Cashier.

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t4; .A WBBKLT JOURSAL DBVOTSD TO THB D.T..LOFMB1CT The time Times-Union devoted columns has of from space timeto to b/4> ..y,' .' ',.,.;;,.;:+'":)-'. '" 1,'.;,,IJC::;t;../A ''.t "- ,")flxafvI 0....,,,..r. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

.
LABB
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OF TUB I1tDI4X RIVCR .. fr-1
WORTH AND IUSOAYlIlII..V.&OTI01tS.PUBLISHED the discussion of the poultry industry ,:!l.r.}" .,;:1..:}, 1 t1fll' 1<".< ,";.'...,' ,. '"f'1' 'tt".r'"w ;<1 COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
in Florida, and possible results ,'.> '.' .. / < .>.< < -. :: _
I '
! EVERY FRIDAY. from a well-manager chicken '.I", "., ", .It < I y5.fflf..,.;. ,.:,*w,( Authorized capital, SIOO.COO t

ranch. That this discussion has .,1' ...._ 1 ; ':!'t 'lt" f" Paid up capital $40,000

OSABLCS H. WALTON, Editor & IMblUher. borne fruit is shown by reports ;'., ,.... ,; ., '. ", .,,"r,: .'.,t"\\r/!' ': r-\..... Average deposits, $150,000
w.y
from the several counties of the l't.v ;;" ,"' i ,t>J. .

Discontinuance of ailvtu. must be made per- State indicating a steady Increasein ,i /, :, '" Transacts General
a
canny at thin office or by. writing. .; :. .' Banking
business and in.
the
a greater / : .
Check eto., may be made payable to CHARLES terest than ever before manifested. "f, f t. Business.
r ;
!a. WALTOHt'ubll"hor.
Volusia chicken
county reports one
-- )t .
tr: In writlnn to the AI>VO(MTB far Informatlonoi ranch with 1,000 hens that producedlast W {.' '','' : Largest and Oldest Bank on the Elver.

kind tlie writer will obi mo: by enclose dozen '. ;
iny 10.000 i
year eggs, every "_, "",1 Exchange bought: and sold on all Foreign

log a atatnpPII.adllre..eft envelope. one of which were sold under con I'; li!.,5 '" .",'',: .: ..Cmmtrles.n .

BOSTOV: OFKirK'.....Tine EAST COAST ADVMOoetnnmddChwillbelluch tract at 30 cents a dozen the year 4 ) oj'qqqt'1y.;pi...rI / I T '
j'4V Patronage appreciated. Prompt .
: r service, polite
rgeoftMrClaude round. Where is there any other '.. .'. ." ,s treatment and every favor consistent with OOU.e.ervatlvobanklng .
.' .' ,
O.Walton. business that would pay a greater ; ; granted
of ? The official )tA, ,..r4r. jt yrtWx"> +t t OOIUIFBPOJ: ,PKNT8:
Address all communications to percentage profit g .. Phoenix rational Bank, N. Y., Empire State
d
(lEAST COAST ADVOCATE!:, statistics of Volusia county, compiled ... ','?1 I katd''k" t 'flnot Company, Jacksonville, N. Y., National Flu. Hank of .1 larkaonville -

TlTDSVILMt FLORIDA. by the Tax Assessor, show r ,

------ ----- -- -- that there: were owned in the county 1' 'v. ,...."/a 1'., T1TIJS 'ILLIJ, ]I..A...
r;; ;
last chickens 622 ducks '<,,*, .;t}
41,802 tt" -- --
O. S. Department of Agriculture year I G - --- -- - --- -- -

Fliv. 351 geese and 089! turkeys. The ':J j jM.
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, ; :. :
number of eggs sold and used in MeMurray & Baker

The following comparative state the county last year was 389,190 ,

ment of temperature and rainfall for tbe dozen, ualued at 0,511.t

week ending/ Tuesday, Apl. 5, 1904. --,
From Ilillsboro the
-190.1- -1903: county comes 4O1-414 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.

DATE. MAX. Mil. MAX. MI*. report that one man, II. II. \Varde

30 78 08 78: liS boll, of Plant City, shipped, duringthe Makers and Jobbers of-

11 80 lill 75 m month of Februory, 4,020 dozen

3 3 78 79 02 70 711 78 t rn 01UU(} eggs/: of which 3,870 dozen went to -.v' ; Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

4 8 L..+ (11:1): 77 Key West, and 150 dozen to Palm ; ,

5 711) IiI 81 oncm leach They netted him $987.65. a T -
,
s. Rubber Tires.
0 74 00 74 These ] A Saddlery,
are merely pointers showingthe s s .. .
Total rainfall for the week: 0.00
Departure from normal rainfall for the possibilities of the business. First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.THE .

week: plus 000 Inches. Departure That there is room for more Is evidenced GOLDSMITH. .
-- -- -- --- -
from normal rainfall since January 1, by the fact that thousandsof CANDIDATE :FOR 1'ROSEI'UTJNG ATTORNEY, BREVARD COUNTY.

minus 2.tO: Inchon.HAL. chickens and many thousand SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.

P. IlAnnnr' Observer. dozens of eggs are shipped into

Florida month to the & O'Hara --.-,--
supply
---- -- -
----- -- --- every Hodges <

WHY not enforce the law against demand. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

throwing trash on the streets ? la!\ it not a pity that such a lack ...Manufacruters and Dealers in... ,

.-- -- .- of interest is dtspln>ed IV* the people Roujrh '*'
CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
of our county in the chicken and Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick
This ofllce will send out twenty- raising Industry. 1 the Clay Dressed Paving .....
Buys Fruit and Crates. Moulding"I etc.
Orange/ Box 'lomla, Vegetable Shingles, a
hundred of the ADVO. I.
two copies : County Times. VVejudgc from the Mills and ollico located at UulTulo UlulT, Flu. Write( us for prices delivered Offices foot ot IJogan Street Jacksonville, Florida Telephone No. 262.

GATE:, per week, during the cam public cry dully by our citizens for to any part of the State. Address: Hodges & O'JIara, Buffalo Bluff, Fla. -_.

paign. chicken that It would our J. K. JIUNNEKLYX, General Manager.:
_. pay - --- --- --------- ---- -- -- ------ -- ------- -- ----
-- -
farmers to raise them for market to 8711 books belonging: to our schools, all Application>> for Divorce. _ _ __ __ u __

THE: !: weather we are now havingon it greater extent than at present, itiulrliif| attention.
The Oldest Established Grain and
Seed House In tbe State.
Indian River is almost perfect. the kind most in demand seems to \n itcfount In H.ily ke|>* with every
school the county, tthuwmir! the exact ciivuir cuuur OF THE!: BEVKNTWiTuclli : :
The warmest thing in Florida, at be frying size and while'it does not property and valise' of tin. bocks mid TN hil Circuit oltliirldu, Urovaril County; ,

present, is politics.The take but about three onths to supplies In each; lectflpta'lie token for Anne In Neal('h ncory iv "V\TJr.l. ..8... :E30"\LrS: d<; 0 o.

.- - .. raise them to that size one would all supplies gent out, and in leiiitn receipts S BUI for Divorce. 'r-

that it would are for every article retul nlcl. O,nrite; Neil. )
thinK I be.a profitablebusiness I .
ADVOCATE is supporting of school tiottle- It apearingbythenlllof'omplalntexhiblt' GRAIN AND GARDEN SEEDS
the a
At
to raise them for market closing every ed and I sled In said and l the affidavit, of HAYS
Judge Parker for President of the ment !in made with each: customer, and roinplalnnnr's' solicitor, that the wliurealioutfl. of ,
States. Parker as the expense of caring for them collections taken lot all upi! .lies. sold. Ufoniiant, Oenrtce Neal In not known tliutcom-
United Judge pre pluiimiit'ft snllotor hiM lined all means In his Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
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that would be little. of accounting him resolead
sents more consideration and commands up to age very This system power to and Bald' 1 defendant and that he has ,
We are informed that one of our In the very greatly Increased sum received liBHii absent for mora than sixty ((00) days. next oofsuMa
more favor, as the choice of from the' saleof Hiipplles, amounting preoetlmg the application for order or publication 1 4sr c 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
farmers made considerable money that altl' defanduiit was a resident if till*
the for President than in the to $1 I tia,04
Democracy this out of the chicken and aggregate per year county and state. AKM.; for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
other member of the party. year It can be readily perceived by any reflecting That he Is over the ape of twenty-one years and
any business. This work that this Innovation In that there In. no within the state ot Florida
egg being one our portion - -- -- -- ---- --
the service of a subpoeniiupou whom would bind
----- -- done altogetherby the children,and county system has proven most profitable said ileleidaru.Now : ]: -

JUDICIOUS advertising is a very female members of the will Investment, for not only has money ; von, the .said George Neal be anil appear
family, been saved but of still greater Importance before the JnilKe of our Court: on the liiid day of
,
desirable paying investment. Whatis not Interfere at all with the other U the fact that needed supplies May A. J U. IIMI4. gal\.I day being tho nrst M<.ndav rsdn tat; : ,
of ,
In said month, to answer aalii Bill Complaint
the use of having a stock of work on the farm. It is really a are promptly delivered, and no pupil or a""" ,pelrIlConfe80 will' be entered against I

goods for sale if our merchants do treat to find a chicken for sale at need be for an hour without the necessary you and exparr-e the ooinpluinant w th s.lil 1 raiiseIris will b.allowed to proGPim -

not advertise them. Might as well our stores, and we will venture to books, save In some Isolated case malice! "r"'.'ml that thin notice he publlnhed t
when by chance the supply: of Rome line in t e EAsTAWr DVOUATK:, a now" I I '
go fishing without bait. Do not that there la not a dozen chickens In .iid once a week for I
say may be temporal'Ily d..p leu-d. T\ o grout per pnhllHheil s county of SPAULDING'S ROSE No.4. $3.25 Bbl.
fail to read the ads. of the hustling offered for sale cannot be placed the Importance four consecutive weeks trona the time the .
by our mer. tress upon
Cling: of this i>lll.WiMieKB BLISS TRIUMPH, $3.00"
merchants who are advertising for chants week. Eggs have held of a prompt supplying of book to the Honorable MIn'r 8. Jones Judge:
per the pupil every child in our schools of ald court and l the Heal of Bai'l, 1 court, In open I HEBRON,' $2.76"
;
your patronage in these columns. up in prices extremely well, this without necessary books Is as unprofitable court 1" TlumvlUe, .'Ior......, this 30th day of Garden and Field Seeds.
March A. II 10U4.
... season, and this fact Is attributedto to the cause of education" as every MINOR S JONFS I II

MR. J. B. JOHNSON of Live Oar, the scarcity of hens throughoutthe laborer In the Held would ba to the business F.((4't.J. V/IHB Of. SAsiJudge Bollctor for louipliilmint.Circuit Court. I L O.A.J.\I.IJ:: ::RONe: SecdsD:1Q1:: ,

county. Now that we have man without tool or Implements I 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
f is candidate for Supreme Court
a with which to work. E? ry day a child L
Judge at the coming primary election. patent hen nests furnished our Is required to leave his borne and attend
Notice. a--IIa-:>} f,3 9 Ed7B fl +tf 9 -oi ttfla tYANERwY
farmers and chicken raisers which him
He lea young man in the school without books to keep employed

prime of life, a distinguished law. insures the safety of eggs, setting la that day lost to him, and the

yer of high character and thoroughly hens and young chicks, it ought to habit of idling, encouraged.fostered Instead In many of cases employment TlTU VILLB!:,FLA. March S, 1\J04.\ ...
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educated, and in every way qualified be an encouragement for our peopleto the parent la robbed of valuable serviceat In the matter of the petition of H. H. Hancock : _.
give it a fair trial. et al fur a new voting district At Tantie it -
We home.
for this high position .
Is hereby ordered that the |>ra\eriif the petitioners
The question of employing this assistance ba and that strict be
new voting
predict that he will receive a heavy --- --- ---- ---- granted: a
was submitted to a 'joint annual and the mime In hereby e.rM>]I licd with the
vote on the East Coast of Florida SCHOOLBOARDSTATEMEN meeting of the Special Tar: Trustees and bonndailes to wit: Beginning at the \\oellternt'olln.lay Co
I line of Iire..r.1 County on the Northern
--,- - --- Board of Publlo Instruction and by Ixuindiry line of Townnhlp No South!
mutual consent Its necessity was realized of Ranffe 33:\ bust, thence run K THE HON. ROUT. W. DAVIS is to That our fellow citizens and tax payers and conceded and authority given for line to the Ktk'tern boundary !line of Range .
of the county may be advised of our thlrtv.seven Ka-t,UitmoeSiinth Along aid Range
the Governor
be of Florida
next the movement. line to the South boundary line of ItravardCnnntv
lIe has served this state long and reasons for employing a clerk for the The pre.ent need of our schools Is thence West on *al County Superintendent, and the lettults visits from the Superlntendent ; line of Hrevard County, to the Western
1 faithfully in Congress, and now that hove come from such action, we more frequent render bouniiury line of eat,' l'revar>l County, -
and our purpose Is to North the snit WtiHtrrn BHATE CBATE
thence alouic
that he wants to be governor it Is submit for their consideration and in format this for the future possible and make It line of Krevaril County to the 11 I lace of eplnntng tioundary: GE, X

the general opinion that he will get Ion, the following data of Ih8 Board Inrludlnir Townnhii'S a .SO! A 37 "onth of lUiiitenVi :
,, : book a requirement 3(1\ and 37 K.mr The niiinlmr, of naiil voting
The runner yearly expenditure ,$108.78Our RIAL
what he is after. The knowledgeand Very respectfully submitted district Is N 0. 17 and th voting place to be at
n o 1001-01 awna\ J. MAKIOY: DIXON, or near the Fust ntllce at Tunrlu.
he has in
experience gained
.. .. IWJIM 371.011 R. N ANDREW, JOAN: R. WALKEK,
Washington will be of marked "'i 4:7' J E FUI.TZ. Chairman of Hoard. or County (oiniulsnloners,

service to him\ in Tallahassee. Let Making a total for two year Attest (etctaval) evard County, Florida. Hay, Grain Flour, Meal l Grits,

us give a long pull, a strong pull linderoldeyatetnrOlloetimtefor ASSOCIATION A.SrrwAiir, liy,
saleufeupplteadurl.lg IH1XMUOO $14,B7 MEDICAL C'erk' Circuit Court.; I). A. BTKWAHT D. O.
and a pull all together for Con. lUUO-lDOt 1JM Ll.2X10.: 00:0:1011:: : ;, :EJ1o.; ,

gressman Davis. Our collections lurtiir. inni-ioro\ $!111934 of theUievard County Medical Weight and Quality Guaranteed -
Of. IWW-IOOJ) Ice 41 A meeting; Masters Sale.
- Tart of liioilH: 11128Fl Association will be held at Titus- .
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t balance of year 1903-llKM to be 3710 .
BKEVAUD County campaign Is villa\ on Saturday, April Dili, 1004, at
already getting warm ; and If. we Collection fur three yean foliU.13lILoklnae" earnestly VIUTUK OF A 11FCREKIJ -188J: -21st year- -IftOl-!
4 yearly average of |ltU,04 :2:31): ( p. m. All member are NDER Air> MY
of the
of foreclosure our
can judge from appearances, it is These figures were ubntnnclally exhibited requested to attend. Clrenit'mrt of linvarl/bnnty\ Florida, In
to be a battle royal-although from the last WILSON Chancery, bearing date pceiuber 24th A. D
among I to a committee B. R. ,
.
therein wherein Aaron H. Hardware Co.
Isle; In aoans pending The Geo Fernald
democrats. The campaign both in Grand Jury, and they expressed themselves President. A. Pf Orauw In nomplalnnnt, An t I.lnzle) F. RIce i'r.A.CIIINE
Brevard and Dade is such as pleased and gratllled with the and her hniibiinil. E. H. Rice, are defendants. 1
arousing will oITor fur sale' In front . interest that the indications are result. Tax Statement door, at Tltiinvllle, on Monilav, the 2nd day of II
The duties of the portion are to act us Mav, I'HM. during the legal hour of sale to the T :
that the biggest vote will be polledin stenographer and secretary to the Superintendent hlKbest: and .b.st blth''i' fnro ..h. all he following -

these counties in years. There receive from dictation the 4Tall: statement for the month of Florida dascrllieil,and deinrlbed .a.np follows: in Brevard, to wit i County, .

I is not much doubt there will be a letters, type-write and copy them, thus March, 1904. For tames assessed and Beginning a point OS.4.1 fet. west of the PLUMBING, STEAM AXD GAS F1TTIXG. BUILDING SUPPLIES.
second in preserving copies of all correspondence, levied for the year 100:1. a* per Section south east rorncr of Block 4. of the town of
primary some cases ; but and during absence of Superintendent to : 4115, Laws of Florida TttiisvUlii, Horliln, thence iro. west.f W.4.\ r..t.
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the candidates who receive a majority make answer to letters of minor Importance Col. In March. Aint. vet toU..I4. thence thence go north south ftJ: ::10' feet 62.41 fert.Ib. Said."" lot vast fronting 8H4A
feet |110
vote in Brevard county at Iw'ol'd. 01.45 feet on Main street and 5'i2rt: tort on SANFORD, FLORIDA.

the coming primary should con Thin official fa also charged with the I'bool Co.Rev.-OenFund.l'un'I....... .........".."l..o\.t.:2,40410;o 4110,1:14.:111 10.1:101:: :811R..I aid Lemon town street of Tltuavlllo.and being according a part of to Block the 4 nb-of ._

eider themselves extremely fortu. duty and responsibility of receiving In ....d F'orteltare l404fi4 2OH16oel'eo. : divislnnmapofai.lblock ...now un Ills In the -- -
storehouse of county, all supplies; and Jo'in. .nd I'nnl.. : naive nf the oti>ra of the Circuit Court of Bra
nate. ---- of noting In the capacity of BUno-kceper H.d I) ".N.I: : : ML.s6}:::: 2,1993.44 3,14411.49: : yard Cullllly., FIoNdt.CEO... 111. ROUJU-fl: :floor and "'"U"I.n.c1" : : ow IF"rnD:10s.::

and disbursing agent. Under our present .. .. N N6 111437: :l, lltl.1l: Special Master. In Chancery.

A PROMINENT Duval county resident system books and supplier are purchased a Tax chool 0'.N'.:No... I.I. 4-.111 gtA./4 :l.3'NM 1,27111N : We' are making hundreds of frames every mutts! for the leading contractors

called at this olllce and said In largo quantities at best possible !. ? ,N. .N. +. u 3. us.00 1:1'10.111: and we should make them for you. Wo do it cheaper and better.
: rebates for cash, and are shipped by .. u 44 N .> 4. 4'25.63 1,231.18 :Notice. Our latest Improvement Is .
"You may mention in your widely. freight; at nominal charges thus avoid Polls(chool Fund). JMHW 711UIO
FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLETS
L circulated ADVOCATE that there is ing the high and exorbitant mill! and .. .. ......... ..WM3tW: 42-, 31.5 BRONZE ,
'
little doubt that Senator Jag. express charges of former years. Every Total.Seal] *, A.. STEWART CRno '. COMPTROLLER OF THE: and you should insist on getting these In your frame.
very tC\.t-'S. IA.C. of Florida' decertify, 1 that a Hunklng
book received from publishers must Clerk of Clrclllt Court. When you have any building to do, write
Taliaferro will be elected to AMMoelatlon under the name of the Planters
succeed have the County School Board' property Security Hank. located at Jensen. Florida andtwganisei EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
himself in the United States slfp securely pasted on the front face to Creditors. nn(1et the Lam of Florida I hu oom-
Notice General office EAU GALLIC FLA.
pIled with the Banking Laws of the Stat of
Senate. It is astonishing the large and such books received from surplusat Florida before ooinmenoinic the business otbanklofc -Yards at Tltusvllle, Eau Gallle, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach-
number of friends be is daily making a school, returned by them to storeroom and that by virtue of the authorityTMtwl
when In ms by Section SI 14 of the RaTlseU -
and necessary, -- -- -
throughout the state. He is Inspected TT.PERSONS nOLDL O IMSAOAIVST! of the Stat of Florida, the Association
a Statue
a new property slip Is pasted In It, thus A tJiVmUMoC William M. Werwln. ...-[. hereby authorised to commence a general
gentleman of the old school, and preserving record and evidence of it's Al are directed topraMDt the of.ame hit to th.aaderslgos.ttbesdmtoutrator in- banking U Duslnms nnrtcr tbe Dame above, gIven, ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING ,
Mtac*-
Ills actions are above reproach. belonging to the county public schools. .Jlldp Tlll Florida, I with a capltal.took of 111.000.00.
Count
He does not believe in personal Some Idea of the amount of labor re- SublnS rpn: "m the publication' ot this Owen Dotter my hand and teal of offlu this NEATLY, CHEAPLY and EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED THE OFFICEOF
of A.D.
quired to do this one item of s.r..loomay oth rwl" the same "111 be barred. :jotb day January: ittH.
i t hl11e, and wants a fair and square be appreciated when we remember soda D. r. 3IERWI (Sea\) A. C. CKOOM.fb TIIE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSTILU4 .
Gall l CoinpuollcT.
4Mwp1tlgn.: that there are at present In our count Fib.S. ,80& (It) Administrator 0








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GEORO MARY JOHN MARX.WHOLESALE ,
Eden.
HOW TO SAVE ICE.The Melbourne. \\f

1 THE OLD RELIABLE 1.V.I.A.Er.: BJR S. ... :''

J. 1"". "Wooten of Cocoa, was pleasant J$" Subscriptions for the ADVOOATK, .1 1

caller last Tuesday.! t he; pink paper of the East least, will be

James O. I received ut Melbourne Postofflce. GROCERS
Way returned on Tuesday f
from Uoynton, whcro be made ahortstay. I
a ]RICHARD W OOODK.-Real Estate. Kotarj
Fuhlio and OinvTvanrer. Agent for *tna O e1u1W i.,II!

) Mrs. satin.l.rs entertained a launch Liverpool Fire liiHuronna andlnndonndGlolwandKartford Companion.\ Special attention I Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner .

) :' party fiu, Putt Pierce on Saturday paid to the Interests nt non-resldente. .
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evening.
) I DR l. A. SUHOICON.Itmlil .
J PEEK-I'itvsictAa
AND
JJ, Charles! Kd.xson mother and sister, "nre, Melbourne. At Eau!: ttallhr, ,every. Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FJ.A. ;

of on the Ice bill and N. M. Nimick left, Tuesday morning afternoon. I t I
::1 iitiestlon economy .
I 'Jj''J \toot' that appeals forcibly to every after a long,: stay at the Xetherby.Meadames turner( UKM.KVI'R-Melbourne, Ftorl.'",. A : WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

j keeper, as. well are to hotels. restau- Fisher and LeTourneau huntttiy winter wort on high pine land, overloekinulndianRiver.

JSts,, butchers, grocer, druggists, and11fa011e drove to Fort Pierce, lust: Thursday, aud ".. Special. nui-x. It..per.",.:week tulniKl or ulwar,1 MMSOII. r PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. C

I ( 1 every merchant who consumusI spent the d.11I1hol\\ ; and night Boeing. Write for rate to .Msilnni U.: M. Carupt'oll.Maoagvr. I
. In his business. It. \V. Csinpliuil, IToprlutor.Mr. i t ,Seed Potatoes' Seed Peanuts and Cow Pens In season. jl t tLQ"Wo
Vuniorous tests and care,ul experimentresulted Our Sunday school is. making: preparttionie : solicit consignments of Frultani4Vpga" ; table
,' In the discovery of the for Children's day at I the church Allan Campbell, of Rosoland, U a i I ,
I;'b v and anticipate having a pleasant at Hotel UolUtvuK this week. I . -
erE PAD, very i guest II ?oar - -- --- -
SVIS thleiIce hambereofw P "
orrr ti I
I lo join ice box me.A. Hon. ico. R. (.yon and wife and Mr. 1 j f" Melbourne Beach.

II ur rutiigui'ator! will reduce per cant I). Merwln returned; last Thursday, and Mrs. Hutclnns\ of U'aukfgan: Iii \
of your Ice l 15 to 33 1..1 from Uockledge, where he had been for are among the pleasant' guests at Hotel -

The I'M.III'.' an Ingenious; little device, the nearly two weeks, looking after the firm's Uellevue. Absolutely Pun I
Arthur S. IHrnell Is spending a few
-I of which Is one of Its greatest \interests that place. ,
.mllIclty All you do l Is to place The beautiful solo sang fry Miss Emma SUBSTITUTE day ut tho Reach with fll 'lu(I.,. ,
-commendations. NO
THERE IS .
1,,1 Jton 'the bottom of your Ice chamber: Jack Kiibsel and Miss[ Weathvrwax Span lel', on l:aster Sunday morning Miss Hicks Is visiting tho Powoll families ,
It, anti it willdo drovudown fiom Port 1'ierco, List. Tuesday was enjoyed by the congregation of tile
rearing upon
with the >Ice lit Mulbo i'no for n few d.iys. :
and several! hours church I ,
rOMt. Write for booklet. spent very ideas- Episcopal ? 'ttl.
i the anti with :\\Ir.... W. F. Ulcharda.. Eau Gallie. Admiral, and Mrs. Hills, and :Mrs.
(1' G. WALTON, AGENT. Mrs. Thomas Meebau's handsome residence ( '.'/. ,
filoudsln Eats .
Stick uey, were calling on '''f'
)i Titusville, Florida. Mesdames, T. K. Richards and ,1. 11, In the west und of Melbourne, isprogieasing Gallic, Satuuiay.Jtit !1 ,"
-- LeTomneau' gave: an informal tea, hintIVedmsd.iy \ rapidly under the skillful ---

; ntteinnon, at which tweutvlive hands of .Messrs Kursey, Hoke, GaukvrA O. UK; OIHSHK': SClltm.KK. M. U.-Telrjtt'al'h ] Falknor received a tehigram that
MRS. IDA D. BRUNER of their. neighbors were eiueitiiinoil.Tho 1. Mead. oillee """II all night. lout<: 0&IH", Florida lustonud\ his. return to hlcago.. Ha \

iuueral Manager for the World conceit, given under tho dlreitlonat Miss Margaret McLanghry, who was I thinks the Beach tin Ideal 1 1 1 spot LOOK TO YOUH F.VKH. : ,

Famous"Jiiftllll Mis.' F. M.: Hudson at ihuClub house, such a pleasant guest at Hotel Bellevue Miss Claudia McMillan, will entertainthe J. It. (Gilbert brought n party from Eats: If sutTerlnx from any eye defects, or won ;I

1' bl"ls. last Thursday evening, was a this season, Is now" In Thomasvllle, (Oiv. K. G. C, Club, this week. Gallic" In the Princess, to cull on fiends! sight call ai! my now well-appointed opt! .
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of l l'i.s.For ,; !grand success In every way IIOll. \V,, very :She finds 1C much cooler than in Melbourne Mr. Limning of Grand Rapids, Mich., and taken dip In t rho briny deep cal Institute Special, complete lens ti

much enjoypd by a great: many of our Is time guest of C. Alnesworth. Mrs. (ico. M. Brown, and daughters' grinding\ outfit In connection i iDn. II t
people.
Ills of Women.All .
all Mrs. John node her with some of their guests, wore over'
again,: at pleasant of Imllannlii the K. II. ARMSTRONG,
letters of Inquiry cheerfully aimweroil. E. 11. Walker came on the belated: home lu South: Melbouino, after a lilt Schuyler. was Thursday, evening, to watch tho tide at 11 Laurti St. Jacksonville' Fla. I,
Sunday
of Dr. U. (leO. Sohuyler! on ,
Local! office at Park Cottage train, Monday evening Ho was joined visit of some weeks with her daughter, /guest and :Monday last. full mooin. ,f j

West Palm Bunch, Fla. at this. place by A. C. }
gentlemen I proceeded to Stuart, to transact :Moore came up with her mother spend Mrs. K. W. hoods, and l Mis Jessie week to join a party of friends, who me
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:::- -, -- -- business with O. K. Wood returning Kaster. Goode, of Melbouiim, wore In glut: Ualllu expecting to take a trip down the river South Rockledge. ;
Tuesday afternoon lust' week making social calls.
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Last' In the Pilnccss.T -
Stuart.Arthur Wednesday! morning:: Capt. It.
The Fortnightly Tea Club was entertained W. lieaujean took jolly of Hotel Mr. I\n..M 1'11.V.. T. Wells, of Melbourne .
party and; Mrs. Peek, brought a large J. S, Coats. Is on the Hick list this
on Wednesday by Mrs ]t. H.Kioou 1I.-II"VIl6'8IUCl'ltS' for a days outing/ to were In 1 Eats: Oallle, on Saturday party of friends, over In the 1 Dreamer) tn i week. it itIIIr
started of Jensen, at Iror hospitable home, Melbourne Ikmch, In his. yacht, Ida May, lust, In the launch llatassoo. take 'I ,
Hogarth work on his a dip by moonlight hey stoppedat
and was attended by nearly all of the where they spent the day surf bathingami Chandler the "Tent the Beach and had 1) F.1 Tarter! allied upon Mrs }(. I,
residence this week. 'fhe Idler, Capt. owner, spent on ,
members and of Mrs. liioou'd Jensen gathering shells. the shore. C. Salmon last .Saturday.Mis. ,
along
many "
"John them with
the ciuly part of this week In Ran Julllc their supper, nerving .tb
The rocent northeaster has put a stop friends. and neighbors. Each day now our tourist friends turn harbor: safe from Limo easterly gales colToe. H. S. Wllllamn was' visiting Mrs.

to the Spanish mackerel fishing for a their faces nothward, but all the E. M. lireeno thn last of the week h
while. express Mis. Troutier Is making improvement Weilnnml.iv. the Hoarliltes spent a
The many lends of G. II. Ilauaan, nlsli. to return to Melbourne\ next season, to her home on the Eau lallle 1'1 ver. U,. most dollghtful evening at Myrtle! Cot A letter from our former neighbor' It. ..

Born to Mr. and Mrs. II. A. J. Baker Engineer L. E. & W. 1C. 1C., at present saying! they think Melbourne, the most (I. Kcdstonu is doing the carpenter work., huge, the giiosls of Mrs mid Miss lucks., L. Jnlin-oii, status that he l Is nicely In- jI

i lon, Saturday morning. Weight 12 living In I.Iml0.., will be pleased to delightful little town In 'Iorlcllami Its Mis. dimming furnished a Inn supper,. CIIf'lllLt Klks: V'a. a
pounds. know of his. recovery from threatened )people the most charming and social, Col. a.id Mrs. 11. W. Perry, of I l1'a 7.11,, The evening was spent In tmislo, recitations 1
kidney disease' lIe writes\ : "I was Md., left for a few d II ijs sojourn In North: Mr. aud Mrs.' II. 1V. Matthews left \ j
S. Hitching and daughter, Sylvia, of Ou E.ister Sunday! morning Holy Trinity tahleaits and readings.
cured by using Foley's Kidney Cure l'llrollnlThe family are on route for' their bountiful I homo. and the balmybiper.es ;I' 1
Sebastian wore pleasant visitors here Episcopal church was. a beautiful. i
which I recommend to all, especially home. The Indl.inohi people "mire tll) appreciate of Indian River to encounter the
this week. sight to behold having been decorated our linn beach. Another party mud and chilly winds. of llascom: U.
who af.
trainmen are usually similarly by the Misses\ Nicholsons with palms. Miss Lucia Perry left for the north, on 1
G, L, Squire baa gone up the St. Lucie 1Iicted." Red Cross Pharmacy.Tibbals. from that progressive little town, Capt A of Earn: Gallie( wan '
ferns, vines, white roses, oleanders and Saturday: last: via F. E. C. It y. Thisyoung in of the launch and P. McMillan t
charge
was
river on a cruising trip. He expects to a large number of beautiful\ Easter lllllea, lady will be much missed In ouiHocl.il Sweeney Mrs. Maker chaperoned the paity. We here on Hatnrday, doing little rOlll.IC"" '
go as far as White City. work. Mao l Is a good fellow IU\( '
the latter from the home of Mrs\ John circle.J. had homo I'pule I
hope t limy a "pleasant trip by I I1II00l11lllhl. I
Goode. nouncnmrnt will be found on the :2nd f I II
Fred Hudson, candidate for State Sen- W. Kossltter Is moving Into his new ; _____ of the AOVOOATK. Hel\lllt. I
ator paused through here bound for the Last Monday' noon a number of friendsmet house, recently purchased of Capt. F. : t

lower end of Dade, last Monday evening at tho depot, to say au revolr, to K. Colby. Mr. Kosxltter will Improve IN RED: FOUR WEEKS WITH LA Jerre Net kirk, after spending/ n pleasant
Mrs. Fred ITudson is visiting her Mrs. Laulngaml. two charming daughters, the property. OIliri'K.: -We have received l tho tid low. tliroo months, (morel left for Ills home

B. (t. Ball returned from a trip Into cousin Mrs. Ives, at Ojus. who were leaving Melbourne\ where they lug letter I from Mr Itoy Kemp, of Angola In Republic) O., on Tuesday, He will ,
of the
Brevard county, Tuesday, via horse and Commodore and Mrs. :Sowell, of Sew- have made so many warm lends during Capt Robert Symmonds Kettle Ind. ''l was In boil I four weeks return early In tho fall to further Improve

) wagou, which he purchased at Ft. Pierce. ell's Point, wore in town :Sunday: )payinga their winter stay, and, now bavngone It, returned to Earn O.illle.: Pelican, on Saturday Island with In grippe and I tiled many roinl- his property. }
last after! a jolly trip to l.,
dies and considerable for treatment
few visits. spent ,
back to their home in Philadelphia. ----- ------
John Geddis and Geo. W. Parks went with n of ladles.
party with but I received. no
Mrs Lanlng has been the of her physicians,
out In the woods Monday afternoon and Dame Rumor Wade II. Jones has /guest STOP IT.-A neglected cough or coM :
says
relief until tried Foley' and Tar
mother, Mrs. Meehan, at Palm Grove Admiral and Mrs. (Hills, and Mrs. Honey
succeeded eight alligators withdrawn In favor of our popular rest lead to serious bronchial or lung/
capturing ninlI bottle of thin. medicine cured may
We all hope to see them In Melbourne :Stlckney: were In Kim Gallie, on Saturday Two troubles. Don't take chances whellFoI01'
allvo. dent F. M. Hudson.
again next winter last, calling\ on filouds. TheAdmir. ma, and now I use It exclusively In my and Tar alTorda perfect
Honey
Miss Ethol Coutant, of Miami, was In Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jennings started, al came up In Ids fast launch, the Dawn family." Take no suliHtltiites.. lied security" from Merlou effect of cold.. :

town Thursday and Friday, attending to Wednesday morning for a cruise up the A LIFE AT :TAI.tIf you but knew The Spartan and l lighter, have nailed Cross Pharmacy, Tltu"vlllo.Georgiana.. Hed Cross. Pharmacy., I I t

business matters pertaining to the Fort river, the objective point being Cocoa. the splendid merit of Foley's Honey and for another cargo/ of lumber from IlobeSou

Dallas National Bank.Ed. They had as I guests Mrs :Saylor Miss Tar you would never be without it. A 'I :: ml, This lumber Is of n superior

Walker was circulating among his England: Mr Arthur banger and Mr. dose or two will prevent, an attack i.f ju lity and vety valuable. It Is the prop- Indianola.Mrs. ;

friends here, this week. Ed. will handle Ham or. pneumonia or la grippe. It may save urty ot the E, O. I... & S. Co. J

the pineapple crop from the WoodUwn Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris left for Miami \ your life. Red Cross Pharmacy. and and Tom left The Misses Bond and nieces, MissesF.nilly '
Mr Mrs. Keber son Margaret Baker and Mrs. Kpp
plantation as usual this seasons. on Tuesday evening; to join T. A. and Edna and Miss Beth Bruner,, )
for Sandusky 0. ou Monday( last for
I Upper left, Monnny\ fur Daytona! a day'
Hobs Sound his fine launch Indianola '
Snider, of on went driving to Monday,
Fort Pierce.Fred via I'1 E. C. U'y. Mr. Kotmr's house their .Rynorth.
A. K. McMullen, John Geddis, Miss the Palmetto for a cruise amODthe stop on :
/ has been 'leased by Mr. and Mr. Iliad- Baldwin and daughter Miss Nina,
Geddis Mrs. ,
and Commodore Uessey, went up Florida keys, and up the Gulf, as far aNew months. understand Dr. Charles Hill baa
dock for the Mummer Itev. J. B. Hawk and
the river as far as Carl ton's Landing, on Orleans, stopping at Tampa and were nailing on lately bought the Jaclyn place, and I I. i
M. Hudson Is. to be next at the llurchllel house Monday,
Friday In the launch President. our family, ,
launch 0. F. l'I\ III"on
many Intermediate points.( Mr. Snider The Wynona" < ,, putting It In first-clan order.
expects-after leaving New Orleans, togo state senator. owner, carried a Jolly party over to Miss Nina Baldwin received, a handsome l
A. K. McMullen, the advance guardof to Buffalo N. Y., via the Mississippiriver Archdeacon B. F. Brown held service Oceanus, on Sunday. m (last. After "Sterling" organ a* n present from Dr. and Mrs. Charles Hill spent Saturday 4

the Commission men, arrived here and great lakes. here on !Sunday evening at T'M:: p. m., a pleasant time on the beach, the launch her parents, the lost day of school. and Sunday" at Tropic, with their I
Mr Merrill.
Friday morning. Mao Is still with the friends Mr. and *
and short but returned to Eau lallle by moonlight.
veil known The In the Club house gave a Interesting sermon, II. K. Hughes and wife 1ev..1. B.
firm of Chase concert given ,
; Harney.MIBS i
seventeen In the her niece Mis
on linker
which was listened' to by large and attentive There were party Mr*. L. W. ,
Thursday evening, was the finest ever Hawk, wife and son Fritz, went driving t
Ida Baker daughter of Mr. and congregation board. Among the ladles wbo accompanied Byron and Miss Whiting left, Tuesday,
on this part of Indian River, and :a* far as Ur. Wlttfelds, Wednesday of
given
Mrs. Henry Baker, of this village, and Mrs. Paddlson, were' Mrs.. MoNabb for Jacksonville! where they will meet.
wish to thank Mrs. Fred Hudson Last Saturday was the seventh anniversary last week,
Ur. W. K. Gortbard of Fort Pierce, we Mrs. Alnsworth. Dr. (Sarah C, their friend They will sail, Wednesday I
were married at Fort Pierce Easter unIjdly. under whose able direction It assisted was arranged of Miss Clyde Bradford's birthday Hodgson, Mrs. I. O. Gilbert, Mrs Das- Mrs.[ Hempstend and family and sever for New Yoik.Mr. I
and also all those who and that little entertained
; lady 20 Miss. McMillan( and wentto
comb Miss Hodgson, al rnernbei of the Carter family,
her The selections of Clifford Walkerwere of her friends in s most delightful manner week ( and Mr*. Crawford, their granddaughter -
Lucia
Miss Perry. the beach Monday to stay a ,
Goo. R. Wallace, the Buffalo Motor very much enjoyed; as was the at the home of her grandmother, I and enjoy the surf bathing Florence Shepard and two
man, was here this week with his houseboat dainty rendering of the two children's Mrs. F.. F. Bevlll. Dainty refreshment maids, MIssSnllleGotshall.( and her niece,

and a fleet of launches which he poem by Mrs. Mott. The overture by were served, and both table and handsomely FANCY DKKSH 11AI.L AT KAU OALLIB. Mr. C. D. Provost' and bride are ex Mills Flossie Williams, all left Indlanols,
baa for gale. The fleet has left for Palm Mrs. Hudson and Mrs. Hoke was exceptionally I decorated with White aDd red peeled home the last of this week. Their Tuesday, for their home, at Scranton,

Beach. fine. Miss Robinson's voice roses.. The "wee" lady was the recipients The McMillan Hall, at the Indian Hlv- many friends will gladly welcome themto 1'1\ __

: I' has gained In strength/ and shows the of many pretty gifts. er Inn, was. filled to the doors on Mon I their beautiful home that I I. ready for
Diver F. A. King was not satisfied with greatest promise. The pleasure of hearing last the occasion being tho Hal them. Fatal kidney !and bladder trouble can
dIY ove ,
Hiving all day, last Monday. for just af- Miss Racey play was shown by repeated Tuesday morning the Episcopal Sunday by the bachelors of Eau Oalllfl. always be prevented by the use of Foley'
ler be School left for their annual Masque| Mr. Middlston, wife and charming
: had put on his shore clothes, he picnicIn
the cornet selections Cure. Hod Crus* Pharmacy -
encores; as were dancers tiling In the roomsfrom kidney I
The /
fell overboard which made work for Mr. the woods. The rendezvous this year many diiiiutiter, Mis* Jean, and maid, left Monday
of Master Reginald Waters. The s" to I 9 m., at which hour the flour 'l'l iursvllle.
Whaler at Miami. was down on the beautiful banks ..t .Five p for Philadelphia Their man I Dennis,
violin solos of Mr. Pomeroy were. Indeed : manager, announced, the grand march sick wllllltl\1 with Mr. and
I ;.MileCrook.; About :children went on i who Is quite ,
Miss Edith Kltchlng, of New Orleans, a rare treat, his technique being the straw ride; the reins. were handled. I I Mr. and. Mrs. J. E. M. Ilndgiion, leadinglie Mi'.. HiHcook until warm weather. ytT We cannot guarantee to publish-
daughter of Mrs. S. Kltchlng, Is expected I fine. It was a great surprise to many to : most efficiently by Miss } here in know we bad such an artist In our I of and Walter Llndabery, with hlx grand- .
a few days. :She: will spend about Two other double teams and a single whole presenting a scene beauty noon on Thursdaj "
m"oth before midst. Messrs. Gilmore and Jennings the onlookers moilinrand aunt, Mrs. Stevenson and ,
J on the East Coast, returning constituted the Various color to
team
to her duties in New Orleans. were both in excellent voice, as was Mrs' were entered Into party.by all. The The many beautiful costumes, were daughter' left Tuesday for New York Drayliitf.Drawing 1
Hudson In her two numbers, the Kosery games Interesting' and correct, In detail The .ladies .have client| the winter with
Rev Mr. held services here exquisite. In parties left Five Mile Creek about three very their daughter and sister, Mrs.' Linda-. ;;;;: .
Tompkls being being especially o'clock and drove out to the Promised Tyrolean Peasants, Court Jeatera) Japs, / or hauling of sill I mats prompt.
|In the Methodist church Easter Sunday. fact, every number was perfectly rend Land and their homes all It Semlnoles Highland Lasses.. Court Cow berry Walter Is one of our host young ly attended to. Meet all trains. Stove
voting a
The altar was decorated with shell lilies: ered and thoroughly( appreciated by the enjoyable day. : tunics, Dutchmen, Swiss Flower Girls, men, and all, both old and young/ are wood for sale at all time. .

sad white oleanders, which made a very i large; audience which filled every chair most Spanish/ Hidalgos, and even his. hlKhnesnMephisto very worry to hav him "0. He will be |V.:. H, Iloi.TKX:: TlMiBvllle. Ii I
ettyft'uct. Special music was furnishM in the ball room.P1EUMO1IA. Last Sunday evening a very pretty himself, were noticed In the sadly mined in both church and, Sunday.

b> the choir ceremony was witnessed In the Episcopal <; merry throng. Among the most notlre- school.Tlio.

J and wife Master Fred AND LA GRIPPE. church by a very large concourse of abln I.idles costumes, were those ot Miss closing l exercise of Mis.* O'.Veal' .THE ANHEUSER BOSCH

and Stanley Kltchlng, went to Fort Coughs cured quickly' by Foley'si Honey people, Archdeacon B. F. Brown uniting Stella: Shave Mrs. Buck Mica Sadie school, Friday, were very good. The
Pierce last Thursday in the launch and Tar. Refuse substitutes. Red In the holy binds of matrimony Miss Snell Miss Haymao. Mills Whltacre MlsMcMillan pupil did their parts well. The abort,

'ttpti The party made, the trip to Cross Pharmacy. Ida Baker and W. R. Gothard. At 7 \ the Mlskes Florence and hassle spicy speeches. of Kev. J. II. Hawk, II. Brewing Asso's.r .

For fierce, In four hours and thirty p. m. sharp the wedding party came up Ho the aisle preceded by two little flower Perry, Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson, Miss. King,, .
and visitor
minutes scholars
a'Tibbals, including, a thirty minute stop Tax At He Hor'... Notice. girls strewing beautiful white flowers.' and many others. enjoyed Altertbee.aerollleliAt by both the school house, all 8t. Lou l III K.K aDd toe ('

The church watt beautifully decoratedfor Adjacent point were well representedby lllaceck'sPont tied n..r. ; .
went to the picnic ground on +
'launch*. Thos. Hogarth nearly lost his I will b* at tbe following places for the the occasion. The young couple l left a fair sprinkling of guests, both ladies. where a bountiful Jlnner wan en. Auld. by M...r.. T.A. led., sod 1t t,
I by fire, Sunday night. The 'fire of assessing taxes for the year on the morning train for Miami for a few and Kentlemen. Hopper was served In Joyed by all, awl I Ice cream and cake .
rU.By
purpose !M"tlow Tltll..III.,
I woe 'aused" by covering the engine with 100.1 : days. We wish them a long life of the dining room of the Indian! River Inn,, was also served! In the afternoon. Mrs.. R. L. ,

a ca.OaSI. cover before I 15 had time to Sebastian, Friday, April 8th. health, wealth and prosperity. at 11 p* m., after which dancing wax resumed Horton, Rev. J. B. Hawk wife and on, Mr. R. L. Motlow,Cocoa, rm.JOSEPH .

COOl before' a@' Don't cover np your engine Mlcco, Saturday. April 9th. with renewed 1 vim, until 2iO: a. of Melbourne, o eo. l'i"lIlls"o and wife c

it cool. One remarkable Malabar, Monday April lltb. m., when the various guests. separated and Mr. Beech, of Eau: Gallie Capt. ZAPFSole
tblDI( ,tbout this burning: was that the Melbourne, Tuesday, April 12th.: :Make; a Clean Hweei to their several homes. well pleased'withthe Hymmood. of the sloop "Matllo H," I ;

eilA"Une 10 pipe melted and soldered Itself Eau Gallic, Wednesday April 13th. There' nothing like doing a thing effort of Eau Gallle's young bachrtors John Fields and wife of Indianola, bliss. Agent. "

thaI the flow of gasoline was stopped. Cocoa Thursday, April 14th. thoroughly.! Of all the Halve you ever In their endeavors to entertain their Carrlngton and son, and lady friend, of .".1'

City Point, Friday, April 15th.; beard of, Bucklen' Arnica Halve I III the many friends. The ladles. who acted! asa Konavenlure, were the visitor from a .
Georglana, Saturday, April K.th. best. It sweeps away and cure, burns.sores .. reception committee, at this function, distance. About people were thereanil kilo to WD: West Bay Street,.

Hobbe The Grave. Titusville, Monday, April 1-ith.! bruises cut, boll, Ulcnri, skin were Mesdames Alnvwortb, McMillan( all enjoyed fiftT. and tbe many r

A startling Incident, Is narrated by LaGrange, Tuesday, April lHh.Uaulover. eruptions and pile*. It's only 25o, and and C. II. 'fill lor. Owing to the high. pleasure It afforded.A JACKSONVILLE. FLA. 's
Jeho .Oliver Wednesday April 20ih. wind prevailing/ the guests from Melbourne ----- -
of Philadelphia a* follow: guaranteed to give satisfaction by Ked '.
I "w ''n an awful condition. My skin Merntt, Friday April :::Dd. Cross Pharmacy, Titusville. did not put In an appearance'till (}eat Heii atloii.
was almost' yellow sunken Saturday, April 2.1lrd.: after p. m., much to the regret: of F. A. LOSLEY.
eye : Banyan, In
was. sensation Leosvllle
aced pain continually In back and aides Canaveral, Monday April 2otb.J. ; their Eau Gallie friends. There* a big ,

2? Ppetite, growing: weaker day by day. F. WOOTKH:: Dade County Land for Sale. Ind., when W. II. Brown of that place, THE BREWERY SALOON. I I
Three wbo waa expected\ die, had his lifesavetl
I advised physicians bad given me np. ThenM Tax Assessor for Brevard ,County. A Thoughtful Man. by Dr. Kln '* New Discovery for 010 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Pla. t'
to Electric Bitter to
use ;
11\ J t bottle made a de- .LOCKiSG BLOCKS. For sale, cheap, tbe northeast quarterof M. M. Austin of Winchester, Ind., Consumption lie write from: I had Asthma endured Imported' awl Domestic
fidedemprovementre WALTON SELF Insufferable agonies! ,
are i I continued their Patented in all countries. Only tackle southeast quarter of ectlon 3, town- knew what to do In the hour of need. but New Discovery gave: me Immediate -
for three weeks and now a well ship 38, south of range 41 east; close to of your Wines & r
\ am block of the kind in tbe world. Fit- HI. wife had. each an unusual case relief and soon thereafter effected Liquors CigarsThe
antherknew they robbed should" of ted with tbe celebrated Vlnton Roller O. K. Woods pineapple plantation on stomach and liver trouble, physicians H complete cure." Similar cures of ,
." No one to where Ht Lncle Hirer; 40 acre*. could not i of. and Renowned Anhuer Uuoh ,
117 Bearer. Useful In any place hln He thought Consumption, Pneumonia, Bronchitis, World > y
them. Only oOc, guaranteed, at Red With them block I Also, the northeast quarter of north tried Dr. Kln New Life Pills. and ahe
f. Oil hoisting I Is done. of section: 18 township 38 << and Grip are numeroas. Its tbe peerless Brewing Association' Famous .
,
Pharmacv east
quarter
TItnville. can do the work of two. !got relief at once and wa finally cured. remedy for all throat and lung t
one man >
to of 41 east; on sooth fork of Beer on draught.:
Km range 1
Thousands sold in the north. Call Only 2.o at Red Cross Pharmacy. trouble Price fiOc and 91. Guaranteedby
JOB ordnat this St. Lade River; 40 acre*. Apply to East Coast friend be sure to call on mawhen
PRINTING of M kinds done a, and see them In working ." H. WAi/rojr, Red Cross Pharmacy. Trial* bottle Jacksonville.
office or the store of Ja*. Pritchard 7 free. In
tbi''bffice' at reasonable rate. Give Son, TltusvlUe, Tltavill na. Do yon subscribe for the ADVOCATB

of your work.

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A Golden Rule /{f larch ,


I of Agriculture : I w Hotel Marlborough

Be food( to your land and your crop I
J will be good. Plenty 0 y !1

Broadway aoth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. j I

PotashAcce""ted 400 Roomt. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights.; Cog
gA&i
oa Lit1pappooop ; ducted on American and European plans, and is managed under the person;
supervision of the owner.

In thefertlltzer spellsquality I I E. S. CROWELL, Manager
and quantity in the har- '

we vest.will Write send us and, m u } htppn c
you
free our,money by next winning mall, d $ wp pD0 sta i rh Hotel Vend orne Broadway and 41st !Street,

books. NEW YOUK: CITY.
GERMAN KAU WORKS, Horny
N.w YM.-VJ Nawu SI. v'' ? Oluten FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toll\
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ar Hull rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms l.fiO; large rooms '2- and wl
Mil.laOa.-22Saar.ad&. CL H private bath 2.50 per day and upwards. The management: l Is under the
t t d t Germ ( sonal supervision of the owner. FRAN K GRUEN, Manager; p
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HlflU PROTEIN OOHN KKRNKI. KIAMESHA LAKE
Kiamesha I Inn
the end and SULLIVAN
tip nsually extends about COUNTY,
one-lmlf or two-tldrde of the length Tri-'SVeekly Sailings NEW YORK.
of the kernel. Within the body of the

Free and germ are the embryo stem pointing BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
Masons. upward toward tho crown end and
This "New Rockledge" of the North, nestles in the mountains by the
the embryo root pointing downward
toward the tip Of the kernel both of : ) side of a beautiful lake, 2,000 feet above sea level.

Indian which are, of course, parts of the germ. The FineCalling eamshestoin the Coastwise Service
No. 00Tltusvllle
These embryo parts within the germ Exquisite climate. All modern conveniences. Large airy rooms.

_ River i will may carefully|lit easily"" shave, Keen off by the any' front one wh sld The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. Bowling Alleys, Golf and Tennis.

Direct Service Between
Lodge. / VV Florida of the germ rWIIII/ 1 kernel of corn.

Holds IM meeting the second and fourth Fri Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points, Most reasonable rates, ',
day of each mouth, a'their room, Indian River
Hotel Tltnj rtlle, at T:30 o'clock p.in. An Aggravating Cough Cured.A (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
T. H.Handera, Worshipful Master. SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS! II. R. SHARES:
V, A. Morgan Senior Wanton. customer of ours who had linen Bmithhound........ .... ... .. .. ... .......... ..from Lewis Wharf, Boston Proprietor
At. tt.Hainn,Junior Warden. from Northbound..... .... ..... .. ... .. .......from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
suffering a for six
J.:M.: Dixon, Treasurer. severe cough :
J. R. Walker, Booretary months, bought two bottles of Chamber.
J. Hluok.. Chaplain.V. lain's Cough Kenieciy from us and was Clyde St. Johns Hirer Line.
.M. F<>
Taylor Senior Deacon. S..A..LE.
R. H. Minis, Junior Deaoon.t .- entirely cured by one and a half bottlesof .
>. II. Walton,Senior Steward.A. It. It gives perfect satisfaction with (Denary Line.) .
.A. Stewart Junior Steward. our trade.-IlayueH-Parker &Co., Llne- BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE:: AND :SANKORD.:
.
P..M.W.RoOenaTyler.V. Wooten.Manilial. I vllle, Ala. For Hale by all druggists and Stopping at PuUtka, Astor, St. Francis, liorenford(DeLancl), and intermediate land' Hotel: with Seven
medicine dealers. InlCM on the St..iohn'e Klviir.STEAMEU Cottages and ic
-- ------ ------- "CITY OF JACKSONV1LLEJ'IaappolutedtIsell :: Acres of Lan.d.I
New JiirMifilill Monument.Buenos .
,
an (ollowii Leave JiksonvilleSundaysTceedayeandThursdays,380p.m.: :
THE CORN KERNEL. Ayre proposes! to erect a Returning, leave riHiiford, Mondays, WnilnuHduyii and ,,'rhlny".U:30.a. m.
-- monument In honor of the HmithHuundKcad Nortb-Honnd
Its Strni'lu and lip r:..ni|...ol Garibaldi. memory of flown. 8CJlEI>UJ.E. Read up. ,.t .' .

or lie uJlr..r.: -..' I'arh. I.cave. 3 ::11. p in.s ...... ... .... ........ ...Jacksonville. ..... ........ .... ... Arrive il 00 ". m.H '
An low / Leave 4A I', its .......................,....1'alatka...,...... ................. Leave CO p. m.a 'f'ir f 3wq $
;! pri'lnu'iit Mtulloii IIIIH/ Leave 3 U) a. in. ........ ...... ... . Actor ...... .... .. ..... ... Leave an p. m. r %r V. ;
inn,4<. n tltorou I li Mtlltl I)' of Hie, ntnii-ture Deafness Cannot Do Curedby Leave, 4 30... m. ........ ... .......,.. .... St. ...muell............. ........ ... leave 1 00) p. in &taz Aas& ."S&jtW-,
Leave ...................ere.orrl (1I..l.anll) ...:. ................ Leave 1oI1I01.oon.Arrlvo : <
of tilt corn kernel and IIIIM iiilvoriifit'\ local applications as they cannot 8311a. m10:0i ...... .. .. .... ....... 8.mrorI"I IEm .. ...... ... ........Leave 08I1a.1U.
the possibility. of splpctliiK) m-i-il corn reach the (licensed portion of the ear. Arrive : >a. m ....... ............... rprl"e............... ........ .....Leave 10IHa.lII.
for l iir.provt'il, chemical roiuprwitlnn by There U only one way to cure Deafness
Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
a IlwLiIt'l nicchanlcal examination/ of aud that Is by constitutional remedies.
aoctlons of kernel (wlileli one can ens- Deafness In caused by an. Inflamed condition F. M. t ROY MONGER, JB., Met(}fln.Pan*. AKB. :tat Went Hay St...looknonvllle. Fla.
of the of W. O.COOrKtt., Local Frt.AKt. Jacksonville O p LOVEt.L, SupurJiiUnclent! Jacksonville.
mucous lining the Eustachian Ik
lly make v-lh: a pocUe'.Unlfe! ). To Its Maws Hogan St.,Jacksonville. Fla.A. 1
former reports on till! topic the following Tube. When this tube gets In- .O. HAOKRTY, Oan'l Kiut'n. Pass. Aurt. New York CLYUK MILNB.! (}fln. Frt. A lIt..New York.
flamed you have I a rumbling sound or TIIKO.! O. EO": Oeneral ManaK WAI. f CLVUK A.0..General Agente.Cb"sohrouJu .
la now added: Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely Hulldliitf. la !State St.. Opposite Mattery I'ark, Now York.
There nre nix:': distinctly different' :'Ra lalli.al+s oa, 1 C.JI tw
parts closed. Deafness the result and unless O. II. WALTOiV.IAgGitt, TltunviUe, Fla.
In a kernel of corn an will be readily the Inflammation! can be taken out __ u_ __ ___._-_
seen by reference to the accompanyingcat !and this tube restored to Its normal condition 41* "
*: hearing will destroyed forever; 4,44; 4 \

1. Tip Cap.-This Is a small cnp cov- nine cases of ten are caused by catarrh, Atlantic Coast Line
which nothing but au inflamed condition R'y.
xring the tip end of the kernel and
of the mucous suif.icoa. We will
give; One Hundred Dollar for any case
CrownStATchta.rch. of Deatiess (caused by catarrh) that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. The Great Through Car Line from Florida.

Send for cticulais free. F. J. Cheeney
&: Co Toledo, O. Sold by druggists; Vie TO TILE EAST.:

llali's Family Pills are the beet.is Over Its own rails to Savannah, Charleston Richmond and Washington, thence
VIA the Pennsylvania Kailroud.TO Located at SARffO, three quitters ot a mile south of EAU GALMK, FLOW

DA, on the Eau Gnllle River, less than half a mile from the Indian River, and tw]
aae.mm. cma I ..I'J.1dJ.. "1I.\n"II THE 'VI ST. and a half mile from the Ocean The property .Is. two hundred miles south <
pus pojnAinna; .tlllJpl| j{ ezja
uj) .1dlnJ!
Inltmamgl pun jo3ju[ tpnoi BI; pun ja3uo( uioojqBJI Tlie Louisville Nashville, via Montgomery. The; Mobile & Ohio U. K. Jacksonville, on the Florida East'", Cons'l Railway with the Railioad Station at

Bg 9 (liven Ploq 0} apuia Dq avo ipiriAiotia oqj, joining the property. Buildings erected In 1MWS\ and some of them have nev<
m8 i u,oSg stax ...ugauuq .'1" "UI... IIioJs: TO THE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP.Via been occupied, the original owner having I died a few months after their completloThe
Savannah Rod Ocean Steamship Company for New York Philadelphia, Bos- i hotel,
Horny as opened for about two months prior to the owner's death, an
_ o Glutptt' ton. Via Norfolk Stoamer to-New Yolk, Washington and Ualtlrnore. Via Savannah has
and MeiohaaU' and Miners' Transporttaion Company for Baltimore !- not been used since. An the buildings were elected In the most sub tantl.
.?lull aud Philadelphia. manner and are now In excellent condition. The hotel nnd eo'tRgps are complet

--Germ Sick ly furnished and very little of the futnltiirtf has ever been used There are tw

r TO KEY:: 'VEST.ND HAVANA. artesian wells twenty' cisterns connecter), with *."ter eto.

--1 Tip Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship; Company. The property oust the original owner *IS,00and( will be sold at a sacrlflc
\ The above cut fairly represents the, property.
1 1mbry
Blood Connection Made Jacksonville forall Points For particulars apply to or address,

Stem f --- ( Tip EZRA F. HATCH D. L. t.AULUKNVM.. A. WARN'OCK
E Rbrytoi (.Cap MILEAGE; TICKETS. Caretaker on premises Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner,

Feed pale girls on Scott's' Interchangeable. mileage tickets /good over 13,000 miles of among the princi- E.au O.1l1e. Floilda.: Tktusvllle Fla. Jamaica, N.

t pal railroads in the southern states, are oil sale by the principal apents. -- -- -- .
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LOW PROTEIN CORN KERNEL. Emulsion.We i For reservations and information. apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write,

'serves as a protection to the cud of the do not need to give all I FRANK O. BOYLSTON", Commercial Ant.; W. D. STARK Trav. Pass. Agt. Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association
germ. It consists of material itortie-) 138 West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
what resembling the cob, and occasionally the reasons why Scott's : H. M. EMERSON Trafflo Manager. W. J. CRAIG, len'l. Pass Agent.
The Net and Twine Co.
WILMINGTON. N. C. Chicago
In shelling corn the tip Clip remains Emulsion restores the strength.
attached to the cob leaving the -- -Manufacturers of
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nearly 2. IIull.-'l'lJIs always it remain la a very on the thin kernel.outer health. to those who suffer SE.A.I3<> :R.I>

-covering of the kernel. It consists from sick blood.
largely of carbohydrates, especially", AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR O
The fact that it is r
'fiber or cellulose, although It also contains the best L-

stituents.a small percentage of other con preparation of Cod Liver Oil, -

3. Horny Glutinous Part.-This part rich in nutrition, full of healthy

lieu immediately underneath the bull. stimulation is a suggestion as SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, 1UCIIMO D. :

It constitutes a second covering of the WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK E-o FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Detcrlptlon
kernel, usually much thicker than the to why it does what it does Dealers In Seine wine, Maitre Cord, Hope Etc
bull. For short It is railed
horny Scott's Emulsion- Originators iWhoIesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
gluten although; it Is, of course, not presents Two Elegant Trains Dally 'T9.S1-k3E.: Indiana St. Chicago, IlL

pure gluten. However it Is the richest Cod Liver Oil at -its best, Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. ...vten'lon The ADVOCATE in your letter....
in protein of any part of the corn -
kernel. fullest in strength, least in We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's. Asmiciatlon.cSc .
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
4. Horny Starchy Tart. This
part taste.
.ONLY LINE Operating Dully Through; Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.
lira next the
to horny gluten, on the --
buck; and sides of the kernel. .'orRbol't Young women in their"tCCnS" : :
c :H: di S B s..i t7 c oC
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It It 1 culled m
: starch although
"horny"
are permanently curedof For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent
; It Is not pure starch, as It contains Seaboard or writeA. alT ass w. nay St.. JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
,
the disease of
considerable amounts of other peculiar the
constituent, especially of protein. InUK blood which shows itself in O. MAcDONEt.L-, Asut. Oon. Tass. Agt. |(9. C. BOYLSTON, Pass. Agt.

examination or the kernel with the JACKSONVILLE.: FLOUIUA. 44I

unaided eye the horny glutinous part palenes.s,weakness and nervous- -- FULL Few
nun tho horny starchy pnrt are not ness, by regular treatment 1 ?
readily distinguished from each) other BO YEARS
the Hue between them living aomewhntSndctlnlte with Scott's Emulsion. EXPERIENCE 1L
LA GRIPPE EXORESs \ EXppESS

both together and these Indistinct., two parts Considered constitute It is a true blood food and .L I PRePAta PREPAID

the horny .part of the kernel. is naturally adapted to the cure A ,)
,
G. Whit. Starchy 1'lIrt.-Th"l (llIrto'ruph'I Pneumonia follow La Grippe
of the blood sickness from
the crown end of the kernel tout never follows the use ofFOLEY'S

above the grain and It .uNo nearly surrounds which so many young women TRADC MARKS
the genii toward the tip end Honey DCSIONSCOPVRIQMTS Ia ., l4 sDoz.
suffer.
of the kernel.. For convenience. this -:--: Ac.
material Is called I white starch, although and Tar A.nton..ndtnw.. /.!::. oar rkMrh opinhut. and free I.wrlMk whether n may an "
W$ will be glad to rend 1".f..D ,a p."h"bl p..t.ut..hl'ommuQI. "j-f
It U not pure atart'h. In Home "ANDBQDK" $4
tlone.tnalrmn.dentlI. Patents
kernel the horny startli extends t a ample to.any sufferer. I*stops the Cough and heal. the Inns sane fr. Sliest iitf.nc7 for Micuriiiir p cPntenu r &
nearly taken torooih ftlunn A Co. =.. a I'it
or quite to the germ (tu-ar the uild- T r lie eon. that .hia plctur* In prevents Pneumonia and Consumption. tffftai nolle, without oh.ra. ., to tB. DELIVLRCD foR )
die of the kernel .tV the inrm (it a label u on the f
und thus separates' ..r.pn"r of .v.,, bon .CtnmUion 1(..O. TAcan, of m O roo4 St., ChJeeCOo Scientific nm rICatJ.A .
mere or low l'Ul1Iph'tel the white {I e YOU buy. wrltM "14<< wife had U grippe,o stnrch Into two parts wlilch wo call f' !1 with: C ,"" bad .on.h on her lung whlok ....> ..r sty x-lcntldo. 1nnrn..U Torn.. 13 s
.
crwvn' stnrch and tip starch. SCOTT &. BOWNE. TOLBI'Solar LED Tim earN ompUUlr colS fonrraontfct.il. dbyall ti
wfirk
C. Germ.-Tho 4 Chemists. UNN & Cn,3t",>". ,
germ occupies the 1
center Itetl Cross I-hnruuu'y. Agents for the
'. I taa.q dl_a r U..uhlostoo..IX C.: Patac UrvwiiiK Co.
of the part of the kernel toward 409 Pearl St.,1ew York.



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Opposite postoffioo. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired mll'e- ''. I!
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Hates $2. $0 per day and up. Horse and I
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4 B. W. SPERRY Proprietor.

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: I street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. HARRY L. BEEMAN, Owner and Manager. -. r':' l i _

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.
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WAYSIDE INN JENSEN, FLA
I American and European. Every department modern. L.. : Centre of l'lnty\ppl Belt. I

Near all lines. Rates, 2 to $2.50 :;t ..'
i car ? per day. > '" L. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT tl t, r

European plan, 75cts, $1 and up, one person | N e.CI Choice location on the banks of the Indian Itlver. Near the ocean. Largegrounds
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C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. ;. OJ : ; l with tropical foliage./ Excellent fishing and hunting. Tormi $3 f
CIIII.. e n to $2.50: () per dny. Special weekly rates.
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Main and Adams Streets, .. 8cn"' n. .. y / :_
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New o.. CI Victoria'Cor .. '.". 0 ::: ..' t.
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Everything new; centrally located; elegant suites with private baths. e- ... -. J,
u', Hates: American f2! to $3:1; European, rooms 7*>cts and! upwards. z N .& =: .( t1 aqm .....l : Club Cafe.
( Special Rates to Commercial Travelers.K R- 5 m : o tt' .
v') RIXLER Prop. formerly Prop, River View Hotel CIJ .ea-a -<' I' : + L1 d (Incorporated! ) 1
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The Ever'ett Hotel Cars direct from depot, e. 0
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Centrally located. Thoroughly Repaired and Renovated. 5
I btlma <3 vln First-Class Chef, Cuisine and ServIce
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Ii -EUROPEAN PLAN- ... :! su f -4
i Large, Foe Rooms, tl.OO and $100 per day. Special Rates by week. O oq n"CI S' = r _, ::Irl.v.a: : ; :Dining: : : 1'c r1orB I
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H. MASON, Proprietor. r" .. s: 1 Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number at all bourn.MAGNOLIA .

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The New Travelers Hotel, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. [-a T1 la 1:11:1 C V'" Sy --' HIMtlNGM.


-On the American and European Plan- Oz 0 o "rJJt:g;, 5' "."'.--.-.----" Hotel MAGNOLIA BPRINO9 FLA. ; 1

i Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant .[T1 ;CI: .i:5.:.. g ce.g'o :::Iue ::> Magnolia Springs (St.: Johns Hirer.);

family home. Rates: American Plan, $2.00 and $2.60; European, Wets .:.:. ... .;. '- 1
"' 28' miles south of Jacksonville Atlantic Coast and river steam
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. CI- cog by Line It'y., )
g. .0.. i : er.. Open fireplaces In all rooms titemn Heat. Elevator. Klcctrlo Lights. J
H. W HANCOCK, Proprietor. ..
IJQ = I'UI e "I"I nil water. Dry climate. No mosquitoes.. Well-kept (loll cour.e.1
The beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the (J) "{. y '1'.11 nl.l'1..hlo". \ blll'olin'fwo/ swimming ponls and baths. .J.OO per day I II'II'.cll
same management. ;c 1 w'ekly rates. O. 1>. MKAVEY, Owner and Manager.

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I, [yon 6UltDTn6 The Hamilton WHITE SI'itIN(18( FLA.
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.a: Plaza Hotel i

kINO AND Modern Hlgli-ClanH Hotel-
ST. CJEOROB STREETS ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA i
OPPOSITE! POSTOFF'CB.' PLAZA or INDIAN RIVER. 3Fl.oolc.loc3.KO, J1'I1a.: : IV TIIK OLD 8UVVANEE ICIVRK.r'liitmt f ,
Mn.t central location In the city. Strictly fireproof. SUty flue room well --I
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furnUhed. Room .....). Open November to June. Addreu a. above. : I "THE CHEAT: OKANOtt OROVK I S mineral spring\ In the world. Greatest health resort In the* II IIHOllth.
Finest quail' || shooting In America. Write fur booklet to
i ---L-__ RESORT OF FLORIDA ____ White '
BOWEN
OKMOXD IJEACII. JNO. H. Hprings'Fla.
A handsome modern hotel (located) on the bunks of the famous Indian .
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River, In the un t'1)! HCIH orarnje grove :
: every room, suites with bath ; tlll.*'ird ralciwni'''r; location conceded by iitYN 9IAWIC, P,\.
everyone the brut In Itocklrilpe; Kant:/ f'oast: Jt ill way depot In the hotel
The Inn AT OUMOND BEACH, FLORIDA. grounds. Oranges free to 'the guests. Liberal management and rales. : -- At
Accommodations for ::41"< .

Open December, to May. Car line, from Ormond Station to Hotel 2 Summer Resort-THE NEW ARLINGTON 8.HOTEL.H. PECK Petoskey Manager., Mich. 2 Z4r The Mawr Hotel nnYN HAWK,
$I7.:.O week.AYDERSOY -lrwllna. ,.....'" ot I be kraal' A ikPt Oiieu June ti* Oct: .>li45r- Bryn PENX. '
New England help. $:3.00 per day; per ...................... ............................. i <
I A PRICE HOTEL COMPANY, Proprietors.WM. i d
S. KF.SXBT, Manager. .f
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OAYTONA. New Rockledge Hotel. ,OPEN .Itrs'K: 'J'() OCTOBER.: For terms. "tn.. address. I ;

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The Ridgewood, DAYTONA. FLORIDA. "!

LKLANI STERRY, Manager.

Located on Rldgewo6d Avenue-the moat beautiful avenue In the South. ROCKLEDGE INDIAN RIVER. I
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Private Bath Electric Lighted. Northern help throughout the house. Until April lit., The Breakers, Palm Beach, Fla., I
Orchestra. E. D. LANOWORTUY, Proprietor.
=== After April 1st., Bryn Mawr, Peon.
Orchestra, Casino, Bowling Alleys, Etc. '

Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all the I.
H. R. SHARES Proprietor.
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

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' 8 i EAST COAST ADVOCATE, APRIL 8, 1904.JEWELERS .

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT BREVARD COUNTY COMMIS- W. .. BRANNIN3. /. A. MORGAN.

A r : S9 SIONERS. l
MORGAN & BRANNING
E Fire Insurance M ,

AND SILVERSMITHS, FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
9 t The Board was called to order on the
'II 41 West Bay Street, "
If Your House Goes Up In Smoke and
Fla.Ueprelentlng .
4th Instant, by order of the Chairman. Tltusvllle.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Jyou loose everything It is your own Present: J. R. Walker, 1st District; J.

Largest stock In this section of oountry. > fault. FIRE INSURANCE sufficient +4 ..041'" It Mlot, 2nd District; R. A. Conkling, : /NSbRq

Established In 1808. k to cover the value of the property and .. !'IG $ 3rd District; J. C. Jones, 4th District; The Liverpool .$ London & Globe l
Send for descriptive catalogue.BARGAINS .. .,:.. ,...: \\7't.. J. F. Bell, 5th District; A. A. :Stewart S ANCE
household effects should be '
carried.
::.* )o P. ; clerk and J. N. Waller, deputy sheriff Insurance Co.
Bates are not high. The companies' "" 'I'V''iII'J. ;'t' J. R. Mlot was present on the second The Hartford Fire Insurance Co. 11 y

we represent are solvent, reliable and ."... .,r day only. The..Etna Insurance Co. C : ,_a 11 j
liberal. All Claims promptly paid. ...iL.:_. .... Minutes of the last regular meeting A r r
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:: The Continental Fire Insurance Co.
Write us for rates on your property. ,.. were read and approved.On .
. Don't neglect to take out a policy. _.. ......L motion! the polling place In Merritt The Home Insurance Co., of N. Y. ..

: Schuyler & Wilson ---... .-.. precinct Is changed from Tom Sanders' The Phenix Fire Insurance Co. .
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-IN- i packing house to school house at Indian- The Fireman's Fund Insurance Co.
t TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. "WHAT CAN'T BE CURED
---_-.. ola.On The Pennsylvania Insurance Co.
e motion the publlo road as laid out
MAY
GASOLINE MARINE ENGINES AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I by D. E. Austin, II. Kiudson and L. D. The Georgia Homo Insurance Co. BE ENDURED."
Jones, is hereby declared a publlo road. The Rochester-German Incur Co. It you're Insured, for then the wip
Report of Justices of the l>eace. J. M. Norwich Union Fire Ins Society. ing out of your house, shop of factory
MARRIED AT DAYTONA.One EASTERTIDE. Sanders, C. '1'. McBrlde. II. G. Bronson Northern Assurance Co., of Eng. by fire means only] a temporary inconvenience -

We are offering special prices for the and W. L. Keefer were received. I Home Life Insurance Co., of N. T. -your loss Is made /good and
of the most fashionable weddingsthat Treasurer's report was received, checked Germanla Life Insurance Co. you can start afresh with the money
next 30 days on- ever took place In Day topa Wall that Easter has come and /gone and left In up and the paid warrants turned over Union Casualty <& Surety Co. any of our staunch and sterling Insurance .
KNOT, of Wednesday, when Mr. Eugene Berk Its wake a wealth of fragrant pleasantries by him with his report were destroyed by Fidelity & Deposit Co., of Maryland companies will pay you prompt
ey Jones was married to Mills Adele and Incidents Ineffaceably engrossed upon Messrs. Conkling and Bell. The treas- "Surety Bonds. ly on proof of loss.Branning .
.DiMOOY and feohaefor, at the residence of the uncle memory's most lustrous page. The day urer had his usual certificate of deposit
that was observed In commemoration of attached to his Read oar list of oompanys and we & Morgan ,
GRANT-FERRIS and aunt of the bride, )Ir. and Mrs. D. report.At
A. Blodgett. Rev O. W. Arnold tied the resurrection of the divine tramp the request of J. W. Long he Is are sure there will be no policies Fire and Life Insurance Agents,

:1\tarl.n.o: : 11n: :inos. the nuptual knot, the wedding march He who was dlsplsed and rejected of dropped from the pauper list. Issued only by our firm. ;TI1U3V1LLE:: FLA.J. .
was played by Mrs. 11. Huston and Miss! men, but who despite his temporal poverty On motion, the petition of L. A.
and want, went about doing Tltusvllle Is .............._... _. ,
Evelyn Clark, Mr. H II. brother of good, Brady, et al., citizens of -------* -- ;o-- ---------c----; ----------------
Mrs. Blodgett and Peck1 the bride I dawned In a marked and pleasing] contrast granted, and Carrie Gentry Is placed on
We carry a large stock and can make to Its predecessor. Clear, blue the list at (5 month. R. WALKER. H. I). MACE. i 1
gave; the bride away; Miss Bertha Schaefer :I pauper per I
c prompt deliveiles. Write for prices was maid of honor Miss Mabel Cum. skies, balmy, sun-lit air and the gorgeous Petition of J. II. Jenkins, et al., citizens -
mer and Miss Ellen Paine were bridesmaids frills and furbelows that the vernal and of Ankona, praying that the northbound '
the Missus Helen Peek Blodgett jocund Springtime bestows upon Dame try of precinct No. 18 be changed J. R, WALKER & CO.

Alxo- and Daisy A. Peck were flower girls, and Nature, and the flimsy, picturesque to north line of the 5th Commissioners'
Mr. Geo. Berkoy the groom's best man. gowns and smart bonnets of the gentlerfolk District, and establishing polling\ placeat -DEALERS IN-
VAPORIZE, After the ceremony the happy pair received combined to produce season of unmixed White City station, was received, and t
SPARK PLUGS, hearty congratulations( ,' refrexhnents enjoyment and social brilliancy. the attorney for the Board advised that Dry Goods
followed, andthohappy couple l left Winged/ songsters from leafy bough and It could not be done, as the registrationbooks ,
DYNAMO: fur the north and Europe amidst a shower sequestered perch, caroled their sweet were out. "
est Easter poem' which with the melodyof Letter of Peter Riulerson: Is referredto Furniture
AIAONE'IOS, > of lice. The newly married pair were
ho iccipieutH of huudimls of beautiful choir and orug.in, went heavenward the Commissioner of the 5th DistrictFor I
COST an ineffable diapson of to Him
--- AT >resents.ONtf. praise action.
.. who centuries ago went hence to pleadfor The C'leik's witness pay roll for the Shoes etc. '
-- -- -- unending happiness for those who Spring term of the Circuit Court, amount- ,

honor him, and those whom lIe first lug to $1,s.m: ( was approved.Clerk's .
The Florida Motor Co, CENT A WORD, loyed and yielded up His beauteous and report of tax certificates redeemed AGENTS FOR-
exemplary life for. "He Is risen." was or pup'hased during during the ;
proclaimed with pathos and power. In month of March was received.
DATTONA, FLORIDA. Advertisements this column will be
hymn and anthem at St. Gabriel's };pla- Resolved, That In consideration of CONTINENfALTAILORING :
inserted at tho uniform rate of Ono
cope I church, Tltusville, the sacred edi- the donation by D. L. Gaulden of a f
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Ice being arrayed with modest, blushing right of way for a public road through
:Et.. L. <>TLC:::>"'VV" Mmall, less than 20 cents, enth in CO r
adnnuce ruck iruurtton Orders for dis- lilies, and other appropriate floral hilt land in Sec. 2-1.Tp. 2H: K. 34 E., and
St embellishments, which invested the ser- the damage done his said land and the
continuance must bo made In writing.
Mend check, money older or stamps to vice with a Hlgnlllcince; : fever to be re- shell to bo had from the light/ of way for TIlE BEST CLOTHES. i I4
voted and cherished. will
road purposes, that the county payto
EAST: COAH'f An vooAfK,Tltusvllle\ ,Kla.
St. Oibriels: Episcopal church had said D. L. Jiiilden: the actual cost of

CHOICE PIECES OF REAL: ESTATEfor one of the largest; congregations we have building a wire fence through said land John R. Walker & Co
r sel'n In a long while, and all piesenteemedtoapprecijteAicluleaconBiown'a along the right; of way of the road doaated. -
sale by E. A. Waddell, real estate
dealer Miami Fla. TITUS' VILLE.F .
short, but expressive sermon, especially Clerk's certified! copy of the Presentment -
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/r IIII I BOY WANTED, to learn the Printing Mrs. J. C. Denham kindly undertook tiled. 011/11N111N..11N/1.10N...1...N.1....1N.N1.11.

i Business. Must be a fair scholar' and the arduous task of re-forming the choir; On motion, tho petition of G. C. Beck, : A. Morgan Proprietor. I:. R. Klakewootl, Registered irnggUt.PHARMACY i
i sharp.-Apply at this office. and although/ nearly all who took part et al., citizens of White City, Is granted,
on Sunday, were novices In singing nod Hall Talmadge's allowance is increased i
INGLE Comb White Leghorns, bred chants and te denms, they did remarkably from $0 to $S per month. i ,
foreggs| vigor and beauty. Eggs, $1.>>0 well-considering tho short time they toad committee's report of Lars Jorgensen -
for 13: ; $2.75 for 30.: A. '1'. Hogarth, have been in training. The'new choir Is S. A. Smith and Charles Chris- i
Stuart, Fla. 3-5t composed of Mrs. J. C. Denham, leader, lemon was received, and without protest RED 1

ko..l!r' I Miss Daisy Brady, organist; Mrs. F. A. the same will be declared a publIc roadat i I
Mr. C. II. Walton
STORE TO LET-In the ADVOCATE Morgan, the Misses May meeting. ,
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, Building\ Tttnsvllle Fla., suitablefor Aloph Mims,Willie\ May Gould, Jeanette Road committee's report of Jas. Williamson FLOKIDi.
Ales. Stout, Etc. any kind of blll.lncs.-Apply to Vllson, Frankie Stewart, Rose Blgelow/ J. M. Heaiudon and Peter Bert I
Ethol Wilson Mabel and leoeived and without -A Stock of
Reynolds Fan tlcMvu was protestrhp Complete -
end orders! C. II. Walton ADvoCATE otHce. .
83 me .
,your
nle Budge. name. will be declared: a publIc road
TITUSVILLE: and COCOA, FLORIDA at May meeting.On !:. i ; y.PURE DRUGS Al-D DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. i
OVEH FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL- motlou, 1>. L. Gaulden, Exq, Is
Filled 1 With the
ton's Rapid Calking Tools now la use JDffPrescriptions
INSPECTORS ELECTION. elected attorney fothe Uoard for the ensuing :
JL MOB LEY by boat owners In the United States. 5 Utmost Care and 1'romptlt'ide. +

Price $- .Olancl( <$I8.00 each, at the ADVOOATK motion year.Oa the Floiida Star Is desig "_ WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER J

TITUSVILLE, FLA. I office, Tltusvllle, Fla. The following Inspectors wore recently hated as the paper to publish the de- Choice Line of Cigars t Stationery, (school Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes, *
Contracts for all kinds. of Painting Kal- i appointed for the Primary Election, on Unguent tax list. Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, "Fine Candies, and all other articles kept *
Hotnlnlng, Staining Finishing and PaperHanging IF YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY he lUtli of May: Kepoitof Tax Collector of polls collected :: by up-to-date drug stores. J
at the most. loanonnble price along; the East, VOI\Mt. improved or unimproved 1st Precinct, LoUrangn L. K. Myers, during the month of Match and rr We !give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.TITU8V1IXE .
consistent with good I woikmanshlp. send full description, price .f. T. Feaster, Richard Rocker, W. W. Amounting to $27:! for year IUO;!,and $241:! ....................................................
and terms. No charge unless elTect Ballard Clerk. For year 11)03) was received. -- -
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All Work on the East Coast a sale. C. Buckman, Jacksonville, Fla. 2nd Precinct, Tltusvllle, C. A. Stewart, Report ot County Judge and Tax Col- -- -- -- - ---- aT11I3IZ'r.
L. A. Brady, O. F. Duren, E. II. Rice, lector of licenses collected during toe TTU'SVILIaI3 3.JIVI'sRY
Is Especially Solicited. WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, Clerk. month of Match and amounting to $13

Let me know what want and get' when sun can buy the best Self-Lock :arl, Precinct, City Point, B. F. Benl, state and $21.50:: county, was received.
estimate on it. you Piompt attention my ing Tackle Blocks at nearly the same J. D. hatter, John Ohancey, Geo. E. Bond of Niles Kossmunsen to carry a FEED AND SALE SADDLE:! HORSES,

all work. price. Now In use In the United Chester, Clerk. pistol, was rejected.
given to States Army and Navy Departments. 4th Precinct, Rocklodge, J. P. Cooper, Bonds of M. E. Hall and C. E Tayntorto ...STABLES... kax BUGGIES,
Examine them atPiltohard & Sons, or J.' F. Wooten, John M. Sanders, A. C. carry pistols and J. G. Wells to carry

illiam]] Ilindle the ADVOCATE oflloe. Tltusville. Johnson, Clerk. title, were approved.A BAGGAGE SURREYS,
5th Precinct, Eau Oa11le.T. E. M.llot.ljl- long list of bills we then paid and
son, Frank Shaw, Ueo. Houston, J. T. the Board adjourned tfu meet the first TRANSFER, f5%?< and TURNOUTS of
TIN, COPPER AND SJIEET IRON Job Printing. Snell\, Clerk Monday !May.
WORKER. Oth Precinct, Melbourne C. J. F. UAULING.ETC, ..all kinds..
Do not forget the fact that at the An- Campbell, L. A. Peek, C. 'J.'. McBride,
Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. VOO4TB ofllce, Titusvllie, we do Job ieo. Brown, Clerk. HOW TO QUALIFY TO VOTE. J. W. OSBAN & SON,
printing of all kinds, neatly,cheaply and 7th Precinct, Malabar G. W. Wash. TITUSVILLEB.tok of Geo. M. Rabbins' officeFLORIDA.. '
GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE expeditiously. Letterheads, Noteheuds, burn, F. A. Drake, >V. P. Arnold, E. B. All persons from other states who will -
illlheads, Envelopes, Tags, and all other Arnold Clerk. have resided in this state one year, and ---- ----- ------- ---- ----- ----

TANKS: MADE TO ORDER. kinds. 8th Precinct, Sabastlan. Paul Kroegel, In Bievaid county six months prior to

Your Patronage Is Solicited. coeliac I 8. A. Park, O. D. Hall, Geo.! Braddook, April 10, 11)04, are entitled to register. EZ_ : 3R.Ps.:: .DY" & SRO..,
Foe Sale nt Florida. Clerk. Any person who has never heretofore -DEALERS IN-
COCOA, FLA. Oth Precinct, Fort Pierce, A. B. Jo"ry", registered/ t In this county must register
15 acres Improved land: centrally 1 oca-" W. P. Antlers J. A. Alderman, F. M. with tbo district supervisor. of registration GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,
ted, frontage of 14 rods on Indian River Tyler, Clerk. of the district in which he now lives, ,
.
FERTILIZERS.iVo
In J. with the supervisor of registration atthecontial We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES
Stanley Ditching Contains line young orange grove 10th Precinct E.tenV.. R. Hardee or
trade of all
and
solicit the consumers.
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the above Hoe of goods
deal In
bearing. Address, T., II. CHAMIIKKS, T. Waters, Clerk office at the Court House, and exclusively
Dealer In- him Geor lana, Kla. ll.h Precinct, Ft. Drum, H. L Parker, obtain registration certificate.Any Write us for prices on Grain and' all. Groceries. delivered TITUSVILLE at your station FLA.w. .
.. --- -.-- M. W Knight,G.W. Drawdy S. A.HI\II l ), citizen of this state who has moved E. L. BRADY & BRO. ,
FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY CIGARS, -- --- Clerk. Into Brevard county and who will have _____ _____ _._____________ n ---- ----- --- ------ ----
...11.1.1.11......1i ... Felix resided in this county six months priorto
Tobacco Candies Fancy China 12th Precinct, Narrows Poppell,
and, Pipes Temperance, Drinks: i i E. Vesey Hall i C.fers J., Clerk.Reams, Wm. Reams, Thus. L. Jef- April), must 25! lOW register(the last with day the of registration district' E.( COLDSMITEDeaer : : : ,

The following brands of cigars delivered Fla. \ \ Uth Precinct, Georgian, P. II. Whit- supervisor of registration In tbe district
,
at $->23 per box of ro: i Georgiana i feld, elias Piovost, A. B. Carter, E. V. In which ho now resides, or with the ] In-

Humboldt, Key West tMnobers, Premos, Boat Builder. : ; Hall Clerk. supervisor of registration at tbe court STAPLE AND FANCY GRAIN FRUIT AND
Cremo, Cubanait. t'ohalnkl. : 14th Precinct, Merrltt, T. II.Sanders, house. GROEERIESLHAY, ,
Sams M. S. Sams, D. S. Nesbitt, In case of the removal of a person from ) .
Flinch Cards, Oc.; Hand Made Palmetto i. LY FIi irST-CLASS WORK. : J.Clerk.D. one district to another district In this TITUSVILLEPRODUCE FLORIDA.

Hats, :25o.! i.O Write for Estimates : 15th Precinct, Canaveral, N. N. 1'on- county, such person must in person, notify !
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STUART, FLORIDA the of registration at thecourthouse --------------
.1..N................ ney. Frank Wilson, Henry \\'IlsonV.. supervisor of residence
such change
of
E. Chandler, Clerk. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
16th Precinct, Ilaulovor, G. Nolle\ M. ; and obtain a certificate of transfer, whichis
Robbins & Graham Co. Grlffls, W. Wattonl Clerk If given; without cost. tJSVILLE:: FLA.Is .
lith Precinct, Tantle.!! S. Halt, P.Raulerson It Is also necessary to pay poll taxes hacked loose. Special attention
than prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity- or
later
for the IIHKJ and 100.1( not
Walker Clerk. years
(Incorporated loo. paid sacking for Yachts or for family me. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
.on.ca 10th Precinct Mlcco, R. T. Smith, L. April 29, 11)04) ; provided that no person T. WETMORE. Proprietor.Ir'T'LCE..
PAID UP CAPITAL :25,000.00.: : Jorgensen, C. II. Price, P. Bertlesen, who has not been In this state one year
previous to any general election or who --
Clerk. --
This ----
company owns 20th Precinct, Banyan, C, L. Stewart' has arrived at the age of twenty-one

z.A.sTns:: : Have your eyes examined and fitted J.Clerk.R. nagan, It. B. Stewart, II. Casper, years pay more during than 1902 one shall year's be poll required taxes, and to : : ': .

i. the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. by the expert. 21st Precinct, White City, A. Cbrlsten- shall obtain a non-liable certificate for
MANDAVILLE, Larson, C. K. Prince CU.&s.Bemlngderfer tbo year .IX)'.'. .
Lucle River; at New River and on Bay DR. G. L. sen, Henry Clerk. All persons who have arrived at the To Packers and Growers of Pineapples and

Dl8C II. T. Glflord, O. Roberts, )[. b. Jones, or are fifty live years of age and over, ,
bend for Land List. or who have lost! a limb in battle, are

Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami Fla. East Coast Meat Market Clerk. exempt from payment of any poll taxes, Before you purchase your Paper for
and should obtain a non liable certificate -
CHURCH NOTICES. for IOO2) and 100,1: from the super wrapping, it will pay you to write us for

Bros. O. F. DUREN, Agent. visor of reclstrstlon.
Hodgson No person can participate In the primary samples and prices. AVc can furnish you
Bartlett
a= Edward O. will preach
oG : Rev. election, to be! held May 10, 1UO4,
EAU UALLIE INDIAN RIVER -e for the last time this season In the Rock- registered In the '
FLA. 3 -. church unless he Is properly I different grades and different colors.
at 1 11 o'clock
uo- ,::;::a.. ledge Presbyterian election district In which be now lives,
Marine Railway. w.fir on Sunday morning next. and baa paid bin poll taxes for 1903 and
saved in
General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. : Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine 1003, except In cases noted above. Money buying is .

...Special Facilities.. cse. :: service, Sunday next, In St. Marks .
church Coooa. Also In St. Gabriels Rhode Island Reds .l'\JO: \ ry1I&IEI: : .
CIIICKEX EGGS.: ,
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing t-- TUustllle at 7 ::10 4
:
p. m.
church, winter layers; fl.:50 per sitting. J. T. Write
Yachts and Launches. Rev. J. U. Hawk will preach at the Feaster, Titusville Fla. 41 eow us'U'N"X"r.ED

Mention the ADVOOATI when writing. _. N Methodist church, Eau Gallic, on Sun-
: : :::
Pl3.PER:: c<>
0 0N day, April 10th, kt 10:3: a. m., and at FOR ALL KINDS: OF JOB PRINTING ..

on- OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, C1 lJ30p.ro.and Epworth Sunday League school at 7 p.at m.:J:30: p. m., remember tbe ADVOCATE office. Southern Office. Atlanta. Ga.
FLORIDA
Cheap,at this ofllce. TITUSVILLE, .









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