<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



East Coast advocate
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00290
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 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 )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00290
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

Full Text
I



,


I II I


. .........,: ..,
- 1 .. ..;. ',, 'l "
I '
.
J. I' f:
'f : '!:... a ':<. '
;j ...i' -
"
; >,

.
.

=b onao e ;fANFqyfoo, ii'.I O-pa." ": nIl'



I
a I
....
""" 10:1:
....
::: ..:2<""
I\ ,
I : k-: \ en .;

c::> >
-
.
\
3 Ei ;:Sf.rn .(' I

r r..... .
oct 1!

0
tE; IIP

hA

T T I'.


INDIA N RI'VE1L CHI 0 N I C I E ... ...,

I IVOL.


28. NO. 8. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 1l>. 1004. PRIOE. tSo. :1 ,



LOCAL NEWS -Tax Assessor J. F. Wooten of Cocoa Men's Spring Suits That We -Who would have more delightful llrevard County Lands For Sale AMONG THE HOTELS. '. "#{! I'I'Hoall '

was in town yesterday.The Are Proud Ot. weather than we are enjoying now. ,

And Topics of General Interest. announcements of candidates -Mr. P. A, McMillan a candidate for Meirltt's Island, near Courtenay, for the ad. of tho Grand Atlantic '

for public offices will be found on our A Hint About the Rest and Coolest assessor, was in town a day or two this merly known as the (Oelgor Place; 107.Sacres. \ hotel, Daytona, on our 7th page 1
2nd
page. Summer Hult. week Fine pineapple. orange and veg The ADVOOATK la now on file al all
TilE ADVOCATE SEE F.. A. WADDELL Miami Fla. otable land.<< Price, $(MO.Merrltt's the best hotels In New York city.
-Quite' a few candidates and polite .
It has select
In advance. always been a problem to
11.50: per annum Island 11)0\) acres, long fronton
If want "
f[ $1.00" ate! months '. apple you Plantation an Orange Grove, Pine fabrics that would not only be cool and clans have been pleasant callers at this Indian<< River and Including oyster Wlioro to atop along tbo.East' Coast,
or Vegetable Farm comfortable In but wouldbe office of late. See list of hotels 4th and 7th ,
2.00 per an. to foreign countries. At Right PI'lces.Attorney war'm weather permits granted by llrovnrd County on pages; I
serviceable as well. The thin tab lio -In sending Items for publication do Good land for vegetables and soma Ion"orango ; If want a nlno piece of property I
eubscrlbe for the ADVOCATE you ,
Whon you the It does not cost C T. McCarty, of Eld red, that lets the air through Is often quick not fall to write names of people and land. A lino oyster location cheap road the ad. x>f the Sarno proper. ''t
by year Included.you has been enjoying a visit to Si. AugustIne to wear out. This season's fashion has places very plainly.DEMOCRATIC. Price. $400.Town ty on our 11th page It will be sold at a
three cents per week postago this week. aided( us, and we were quick to profit by of Tltusvtllo lot :11 i, of Kant: sub rare bargain. 't;

TKB EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on -Mr. Richard Gladwin who has It. division of old block 4. A falily good
gale at the following news-stands at five enjoying the winter at hall been For our Men'sSnits we have elected MEETING. house li'loo, *jr>0. ''I After ono of tho most successful) 1 1sons
Miami re hard-twisted materials 11 to U* on record, Hole) Oimond, under ,
cents per copy : turned to Titusville. weighing; Town of Titusvlllo, lot ::1.l block AColeman'a ,
ounces to the yard-light cool and long the well-known and able management of
Tltnsvillo(\ -Red Cross Pharmacy. There, will lie meeting of Ilrevarc Addition. Large lot frontlni
a
Ja.cksonvllIe-Dl1vltl hotel.Windsor -Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Battenfleld left wearing. Democratic Executive: Committee In Tltusvllle on two streets, good IOC\tI"lIl1t'ar: confer MossrM. Anderson A; Pi'loo, closed Its I
hotel. yesterday for their home In Delaware, Then we have them quarterlined.Just of town. Good 8-rooin cottage Pi'Ice. doors for the Htmnon Monday.\ .
22nd l
on Friday" next, April :!:! << ,
Grlyot News Htand. 0., having: closed their winter residenceat as you would order them, if madeto << K, B. RAUI.KHSOV: Chairman. $700. Contractor J. A. McDonald, builder of
Rock ledge. order. Town of Tltusvllle line corner lot In hotels
the F. 10. C. Hotel .System's was
Note date of expiration printed upon Patterns are the most attractive bUMln'NIIII..cllon of town. 1'1'1 lat f.MH)
<
,
week. This There will be a meeting of Filend- In St. .\ lIlI'lIlIlllIeonfond! !" conferring f
jour paper or wrapper every ship Chapter No. 11 Order brought out this season. Town of Titusvlllo, U\ losldonco lots with Mr. Henry M.I Flagler upon matter
No need of Eastern A SMALL BLAZE.The .
It a receipt for your money. 1'ilces. $.> to $13. .
west of railroad ..Ice. $111 each the
Star to on Royal iI
poitalnlng Improvement
on Tuesday nt'xt. whoa a full at
to send receipt for subscription.The We will also sale
for us tendance put on an entirely new South Lake, :U miles west of TltUHvlllo, Poluohimi and other hotels.
date gltres; I It to you. requested.) lot of Boys' Buster Brown Hulls, madeof residence of \Mrs. E. L. Pilro, 10 acres, fronting on part liammoct I

-Do not fall to rt'a.llhe new ad. of the an excellent quality of material color In North Titusvlllo, caught lire Oil and port pine. Flue lnnd for oranges That well known hostelry, the San
;jy Reading<< notice ads. are ten cents Oco. If Fernald l Hard ware Co, on our linen, with white, lauudied collar and. Thursday afternoon, presumably from vegetables and pineapples. Price *:J,">O.() Juan, Orlando, under the competent and *

per line on this page: v* 4th pntfe. This is an up-to-date firm, red on black necktie, us desired and a spark from tho chimney. Prompt asslstanre Houth Iake.I miles went of Titus able niitnagomHiit: of Mr. II L. lloonian, r i 1

ADVOCATES! for sale at the Red bidding for a share of your patronage Bloomer Trousers, Price for tho suit soon extinguished the lUmett, vllle. Part fine hammock, balance line Is still open and entertaining! a large; ,J !

CroxR Pharmacy Tltusvllle. .PRICES TO SUIT ALL PARTIES: In complete $2.41)) All sizes. with but little damage. which wan covered high diy, pine land, with bountiful view number of guests, Mr. Itoiiman is very '
Also Handsome Sailor Suit made of of lake hand l ami popular among his guests and" doe all
insuratirn Issued A orange, vegetable
by by :Nchuyler '
-Mr. K. 13. KaulerHon of Fort Pierce, Improved and unimproved property.If excellent of Madras with lie. to make them fool at home,
an quality' can
Wilma lu the Providence Washington pineapple land. 1(10( Q<)
visit to Titusville yesterday.Mr. you want to buy don't fall to see
paid a
I'iqueFiont. Worth t,2Mbut:! at Mon Insurance Suction ;.1, Township: Smith, Range .
E A. Waddell, Miami FU.Mr. Company. All will tin Keen by tho nd, on our 7th
Geo. M. Robbing was In Miamia day's special sale only $1.30. Nino din ---- 17: Kant-J.1; :!! aOI'ell. fronting on Indian\ page, the Smuttier! Cottage, close to the

day or so this week, attending to law Geo Huston one of Cocoa's. tlnct styles to select from and they ale River and Horse Cieok :ltv miles north I'I', E. 4)):. Railway station Tltusvllle, I la
in all sizes.: TO TAKE IN THE RACE of pun; Onll! Splendid high land fine
matters. prominent residents, has the thanks of x, still open and entertaining a number of
COTTAGE TO LET In the ADVOCATE for a box of line oranges Mull orders promptly filled from any large (quarry of Coquina rock, high( dry WIH'IIII.rK.! Snmblur has Mono such a !"
FURNISHED from his part of the East Coast. and healthy Fine orange and pineapple that she ,
SouthTltusvitle prove. It Is neediest to say we IliitiiUhlncc bimlmms this winter,
: AppyatADvOOATE Mr. D. T). I'rltchard left Thursday
JUI.IVH KI.INE << land.
losldence site
Splendid Price
her house all
Titusville. are doing justice to them. has deolded to keep open 1
Titusville\ Fla. for Sebastian\ to attend the races betwcnn $1 INIO( .
all
-Miss Annie Norwood who had been -Mr. D. O. Martin, of Atlanta, Ga, the horses owned by J, M. Onban, Terms! will be made, reasonable to to homo the summer comfort, and(tend(give the nd.comers every < I

upending a few days with her sister (Mrs. has purchased the Wm. R Walker fish -Mr. D. W. !Monroe, of Tltusvllle has of Tltlluille. and R. G. lI.r.leo. of 8bastlan .... liable mchasers.| Apply to

Knox, of ban Mateo, returned home on business and will conduct the same in bought an Interest in the :Shave! turpentine for a purse' of 120(1(), Besides I). L.I () tur.DSN!<; A communication to the AuvooArn I {
Monday. connectlou with his other fisheries under farm at Eau lullie.. \ these two racers, other line specimens of Or, '!'ItusvllioFla. from the nmmiKoment( of the Windsor
the name of Atlanta Fishery Co. horse-ll.,sh are exported to be present' WA! WAIINCX Jamaica N. Y. lintel, Jacksonville Inform us that that !/
-Mrs. Wm. II. McFarland left here -Mrs. M. E. Webber lea nee, this week and participate\ th e races, and the famous hostelry will be closed during !
Sunday, for Philadelphia, to join her SEND YOUR MACHINE WORK AND for Daytona, where she will make her sportsmen element of Brovard county] -- ---------- ibe I summer. The reason IN, that owing j'j'I

husband.. From there she will go to orders for Hardware, Building Material home with her son, Mr. Fiank Webber anticipate a floe time. Mr. Prltclian MEETING OF DOCTORS. to the recent death of M rll, Dodge one I

Taunton, Mass., to spend the summer Eta, to The Geo. H. Fernald who is express agent at that place. will probably return on Saturday. of the owners, It will be Decennary to {
with her mother. Hardware Co. Sanford Fla. the settlement '
? -M11I8 Louise close for a while, pending
Brown WhO nus been In accordance with rail by Dr. B. R
a have
uf business mutters. We already
CHICKEN EOG .Rhode Island Reds, -In this issue will bo found tho at Rollins College Inter Park, returned \
an- WHY MR. JONES WITHDREW. Wilson\ In last week' ADVOOATK there the
heard, oxpreHHloim of regret at propound i
winter $1.50 sitting. J. T. to Tltusvllle. Saturday last to spend a
levels; per noimceniant of Ir. 11 Wilson for Clerk were quite 1few doctors attended the the hotel and when It
Feaster, Tltiisvillo, Fla. -t t eow of Bruvard Jlioult Com We think the, few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. meeting| in Titusvlllo last Saturday and ) cloning of ; Mr. j'
In the fall we hope to see
-Judge C. G. Butt of Orlando, candidate Doctor Is a little late la coming out; but Win. M. Blown.Mr. 'J1tunll1o. Fla April 0.-I have withdrawn among other bunlne, the following Cullonit rn-opon: and Ills right/ hand man, Mr.llowaid .

for !Stato prosecuting attorney, /gave still, he has a good many friends along P. V. Thompson, a fi lend of Mr. from the senatorial race. Notify resolution were unanimously adoptei still In charge, for It I la laid' i

our office a pleasant oall on Saturday: the coast and Mrs. C. L. Bergs, was a passengeron all concerned. by the Brovard County Medical. Houletv; : they are the men who built up Hotel

TlieJutige Is bustling around and mak -This office Is In possession of a photograph yesterday's northbound train, on MH WAnE II. JONKH. It l 1M moved unit. carried that the Wlndnm's big business, \

ing man) new friends In Bievard county of the grand Washington; ball. way to other places up tlievcoast. lie The above telegram came to tho Miami Socle'y I la pledged to support ni,> oandl )
given; by Mr. Fred Starry at Hotel Royal halls\ from Freehold N. J. Metropolis last night and In Iccol'cllncowith date: for the leglslatuiu' that will not News line I been received at the ADVO- I
-Mr M. H. Same candidate: for State Polnclana, Palm Beech, on Monday the wish expressed: therein bv Mr promise to pro nile or support. a bill torepeal OATK oftlon that the Continental hotel,
Senator for Dade and Brevard counties, night; February 2:11': <<1. Considering: li, -Rev. W. H.Coleman, a prominent and Jones, It Is publlfthml for I the information an act: Imposing license tax on at Atlantic Beach, one of tho palatial
has resigned from the Itrevard Senatorial well-known Episcopal clergyman, and of those concerned. physicians," hotel of the F', E. C Hotel System will
taken it Is excellent
Executive Committee. As far as we can was by Hash-light. an Mr. I... K.__(joo.. lelr.! are guests' of Mr What could 1 have ponsibly occurred to ------ --- this summer be under the management, ,

learn, his prospects for election: are ex photograph.Ml and MI'sVm.. M\ Brown, of Tltusvllle,, bring about the withdrawal of Mr. Jones of Mr. Wm. S. Kenney, who lias so sueccKsfully I
cellent. Evelyn Carter, the accomplished fur a couple of weeks. They hall from the Metropolis at n loss to understand LECTURE AT EAU GALLIE. manngnd the Inn, Oimond, '

and thelatter's daughter; of Sir Gilbert Carter, Gov-. Utica, N. Y. as he had the united, support of both political till* woittion" The Continental which Is j
-Mrs and Mrs. C. T.
McCoy
ernor-Guneral: of the Bahamas was In -M r. Claude Olmstead of Fort Pierce, factions\ In this county and If ever only tl! miles from Jacksonville will be I
left sister, Miss Grace A. Williams where, the city yesterday, from Nassau en candidate for the Legislature, was among a candidate had a cinch he appeared to On Wednnsday April 20th, a lector'., ready to reonlva guests on June 4th-a +,

Monday for Philadelphia route to England; on a visit to telatiyes the pleasant callers at this office yesterday have one,-Miami Metropolis[ entitled "Katnblo\ Through Europe, \little early, WII think because people: do r
they will ship the furniture for their and frleuds. Mills Carter was a guest of lie he is will be delivered by 11ev.l! S. ))..Iaha;, not usually go to the seaside before
new homo at Sunbeam near Tltusvllle. = morning. Bays sure )>Paine p D., at the M. I E. Chinch Eai;
Hotel Biscayne while here. Tuesday's of his election for people all through the warm weather sets In. This hotel
They expect to return in about a month.Mr. Gallic IU 7JII.:: <> m.
Miami Metropolis. the county have promised to support Kililor! / Ea t Advocate : \ 1 lit one of the finest up-totlate hotels

-: and MI&. Henry M. Flagler who htm. I withdrew from the senatorial race Mr Pallle's lectures are very enter on the Atlantic Coast, and we wish It
WHEN YOU WISII TO DRIVE call taming and Instructive, and It is an op
are of at Hotel under. popular a mana
occupying a suite rooms because father had been drawn IntoIt every success! so
Ponce de Leon, will probably remain inS upon the Titusville Livery at rear of: -The stage In the Opera house Titus my lecture no one should mis*. In this I tier a! Mr. Kenney who has had condderabln .
Bobbins' law office for been In my behalf and the consequent embarrassment Mr. Paine will tell of hU travel s I
taken
>t. Augustine until the end of the a stylish up- vllle\ has down to give experience In the managing of
month and then leave for New York. to-date rig. Leave your older for more room for the dancers to "trip the to him, In view of the Dad In Europe\ and also of the Beige of Mwbai w fIrMt-t'lalla hotel.
The lovely, weather has induced them to all kinds of double and single; liaullog. light fantastic" every Wednesday night docket If I remained In tile race, forcedme topot. which wl I be particularly Inter. <

remain longer than they anticipated. Feed and sale stable a specialty Dancing Is still in "full awing"/ Titus- to come down and to do so suddenly eating, as be U a veteran of the Crimea The cloning of the large hotels at nockI w.

J. M. CUBAN Titusville, Fla. vII Ie, and the cool nights we are having. so that another candidate might be put war. Admission, iiilults 'J.lc; cblldreil. n I ledge, Palm linach, Miami, Nassau and
-Courtenay was well represented in suit the dancers admirably.Mr. up by the Brevard conservative : For benefit: E. Church. other places along the East Coast has J
Tltniville on Tuesday and Wednesdayby -Mr. E. J. Stewart and his mother, I am down because a treacherous manipulator sent hundreds ''of tourists to Be.
Mr. John II. Same Mr. and !Mrs K.n. Mrs. J. S, Stewart arrived on Wednesday F. S. Modlsette, who is making managed to put me to the alternative Augustine many to remain for a while before I,

LaRoclie, Jamie LaRocbe, Clement for a visit with the latter's daughter considerable Improvements on bis beautiful I- of worrying my father or of SENATOR QUAY ILL. leaving for the north. Hotel Alcazar Is I

Ultoche Richard LaRoche, Mrs. H. II. Mrs. Harry Wilson. Mr. Stewart winter place at Frontenao on Indian bending my knee, to him. I was not well patronized by the traveling public I II
Jenkins, Jas. Jenkins and Miss Jenkins; and his mother will probably spent thesummer River, was among the pleasant callers at born a knee-bender nor would I give mj and I Manager Jos Orenves In delighted;
also Miss E. E. Sams of Beaufort S. C. on the East Coast principally thin office on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. father uneasiness of mind to be twice United State Senator M. R. Quay' 1'swith I the phenomenal season he ban hold l,
Mndlsette will leave for tbelr and McDonald knew It whenhe at his summer borne at Atlantic Cltv
at Titusville and Fort Pierce, and may soon summer senator, Mr entertained over :IW.OH" ( ) people :'
having
REMEMBER DR. FIEGEL DENTIS: decide to locate permanently! the right home In the west. at last consented l to an endorsement very seriously, so much a<> that no one Inca' the Alcazar opened this snanon.Notwithstanding .

will only be In Titusville for two weeks opening presents Itself. -Mr. L. C. Brannlng, who has been of me by the conservative leader and U permitted to see him. HU physician the lateness of the 1
work lie dared refuse It thoughhe have given orders! that no messages must
longer. If need denial editors not
you had better you consult any him early. Mr. and Mrs F. J. Simmons who station. ugeut. for the K E. C. Railway knew I would not accept It. Ho ended l be delivered to dim Iertalllioll to bus!. IItJ".on. there were !"0 |Iulilta In the hotel
Palm Beach all the winter has will remain
spent the winter at Rockledge/ returnedto Co. at the matter. ness or politics, as lie I II In need of absolute on Munday. The Alcazar
Mr. Orlando their home In Detroit Mich., last Krl- returned here, and has resumed bill old The Senator Is open! until the firm of May, when !Manager +
John C Jones, of can The above clipping will show how 1 I rear now seventyone I
dldatefor State ProBoculIng Attorney day, after lIpt"odlnlllleveral days at Aahovillo position at the Tltusvllle station. After stood In Dade and loyal old\ 1 Brevaid wan year of age, an.lllr..llc care! must Ix I Greaves wilt get himself readiness : ,
leaving Palm Beach Mr. Brannlng went leave for New Yurk. A* usual Mr.
to
Was in Titusville, on Wednesday and Old Point Comfort Washlugion ; overwhelmingly for me. I put aside the taken or Ms physical constitution will t
to Miami for week or two, where he met Greaves will the famous Oriental -
handshakesfrom and New York. A letter received this break down.CLERK manage
could
hearty I
Thursday, receiving senatorial place because not accept -
old 1 I Tltusvllle,\ friends.Mr. hotel at Manhattan Bench and Mr.
acknowledge from Mr. Simmons : "The many .
morning says
many old acqualntaocell.Ve It under tho favor of a traitor and a ------ -- -
a pleasant call. Mr. Jones weather is very cold here, and snow Is and Mrs. Jule Dardonvllla, of tyrant. God save the people of the Asa Looinlii, the popular chief olerk'and ,! t
OF CIRCUIT COURT.To the "First\ Lord i
/ 0'rrea.ury
Mr. E. :
Uys bin prospects for election .are excel- falling very fast as I am writing you. It Fifth avenue New York, who have been Thirteenth Senatorial District '* E.'erry will/ also,. be hand with
on
lent He left, yesterday for other points In a great mistake for people to leave spending several months at their lovely WALE H. JO.NKH, ,
first-
Oriental htell.
)Greaves. The .
south Florida before May 1st. winter home at Merritt were passengers ,----.- -- My Fellow Citizens of Brevard County!t class In every particular, and during his '

.lIss Lucy Cary Thomas, of New -Miss BertbaSchaefer, of Capri Italy on yesterday's train, en route home. Itockledge, Indian River, Yielding to the wishes of many citizens management, Mr. Greaves ham built up }
K{ Turk' a friend of Mrs. James Prllchard, who had been attending her sisters wed Mr. Dardouvllle says lIe will\ bring more In different part of the county I hereby an excellent business.,

of 1'ltugville, who bas been the guest of ding at Daytona, left for Jacksonville on settlers. to Indian River next winter, all announce myself an a candidate for the 1 6t
the Iarendon Inn, Seabreeze, for severalWeeks Saturday last In company with the the climate Is delightful. The ADVOCATE Ha one of tbe most attractive and olllce of clerk of the circuit: court In the

left Saturday last for Hotel Alcazar popular Miss Mabel Cum mer, with whom follows. best stocked stores along the East Coast coming primary election, and earnestly The I'urk Cottage. +t
St Augustine where she joined she will stay two or three weeks. Miss -I\ra. M. N. Martin and her talented of Florida. You can find everything solicit the vote of all who can eonsclentlouily -

be i friend, Mlsa Alice Zimmerman, one Shaefer was a former resident of Jacksonville daughter; Miss Edith Martin, of Boston you need at this store. All kind of fine support me. -

of the social leaders of Brooklyn N. Y and her many old friends have who own an orange grove at Hbarpes, on groceries and western meat II. K. Wuioif. West I'alm Beach, Fla., situated on r i

Roth ladies left for the n'.rth on Wednesday -,, been giving her a hearty welcome. Mr. Indian River, are now In Alexandria, Particular attention paid to the need ._- --- -- lake front adjoining City Park. Travel- ti
delighted with their visit to the and Mrs. Jones, the parents of the groom Egypt. Miss Martin Is a celebrated liar of yaohumen and cruising: parties. log men and others will find this a cool, t
f lilt Coast. Miss Thomas who Is the left for their home In Grand. Rapids pint and is giving concerts In all the big GBO. N. HATCH, Prop. A PICNIC. comfortable place to atop during the t I

wanted daughter of .Judge Thomas, has'ready 'Mich., the same day.Oardner'a. cities of Egpyt with much success. Both Barton Ave., noekl dge. summer months Good table service. .

engaged;: a snlte of rooms at the ladies are known to many resident 6n There will be a picnic at Lake Washington M"". IDA B. IIATM,. Prop) :

Clarcnd0D Inn for next winter. Indian River.Mr. Fine Property For Hale. on Tuesday, April :20th. A cor. .----
-- --
Flyers. dial Invitation I ii* extended to all candidate
Charles H. Walton of Titos vllle
,
Blacksmith Shop Now Open. M I.. Lucy Cary Thomas of New York Two nice cottage, adjoining each *and-everyone- --- -else.---- Are You (loing North ? "

and Miss Alice Zimmerman of Brooklyn, other In North Tltusvllle, with an acre I
FURNITURE.DRY GOODS were a pleasant trio at Hotel Alcazar on of hammock and five acres of rich muck Land for Hale. Do not fall to get your tickets via the
AH kinds of Blacksmith and Wheelwright SHOES. Saturday and Sunday. 'I'hel\bfneebarm- Und, callable for truck farm. Good popular Clyde Line, from tbe agent
-
Machine Works and horseShoe-! Cballl Sets log young ladle were on their way borne river front. Tbe larger cottage laM three C. II. WALTON, ,I
fog done In first-class style on short New Lawns 5'tt'cts.! : delightful at that popular Choice Band 10 lot on tbe Peninsular Tltusvllle Fl' I .
Dotu.! New Glnphamll, 12}, 15, 20< and 2-jcU.:: after a stay sleeping room and a servant's room upstairs !acre .
w. H. SWAIN & Co., : old Waveland and /Bewails
Glass cake stands. Panic 40ct( resort, Daytona. Mis Thomas Is an ; and a parlor, sitting room dining between :
Tliusfllle, Fla. Tltusvllle\ Fla friend of Colonel and Mrs. James Pritch- room and kitchen below. The adjoining Polntfrontingon both Indian and Ht.
Cess A. OARDSEB. ard, of Tltusvllle\ whom she visited some cottage ba two sleeping room and Lode rivers. Also Improved place., and PHOTOGRAPH ENLARGING II. rBrantley

I'Or tine ago.-From Monday' St Augustus and servant' room In second story, and neat three-room unfurnished cottage to of Altoona I Fla., has appointed I

Sale. Launch and Schooner for Sale. Evening Record. sitting room, dining room and I ditching rent. Apply to C. H. RACIST: MUs Ester Lowery, of Titus
below. Large, brick cistern to both 7may Waveland Fla. vllle, local agent for the Consolidated '
After rll 15th Ten Fine :Milch house for nice winter ---- Portrait and Frame Co., of Chicago.
Cower: bred to they Finest Registered Shoe Itepalrliig.I tiorne. Adapted a All order given ber for tbe enlargingof
Guernsey Launch 2 x8ft.: horse-power. Palmer Cleaning; and Vrennlng. and of
Bull In Florida. Being short photographs framing picture
Price IJ.JSOO for tbe entire property. .
1 old. Price, 1500.00.One ( .
"L p eture, we are compelled to dispose engine year Schooner, 3.>ft. long; do all kind of boot and shoe repair- Term, $1,000 cash, 'f, (XJ on mortgage will be promptly attended to, \
"L a Part of our herd. No reasonable Cruising All work done up-to-date. Call and and work guaranteed. Miss Lowery
40000. log, and do not forget It. Opposite Jan.i at ft cent.
otter built per
draft strongly at her home at t un-
refused. light will be found
the Parlor
Address Andrew Gibson at
E. T. CosiiAD A Co., rltcbard i 4 Son AJTDRKW Ginsox.Tltosvllle Apply to Oo. M. ROBIIIVH, see me.
E. W. AMSDEX.Ormond. :: Daytona Fla. Fla. .....8& Tltusvllle. Fla. Barber Shop, on Washington avenne. beam, In auburba of Titusville..w.rwwoa.MU.ra.w.sn .
Fla. 441 .

!






',. .. .. ... -" Y..W, .rfM- .
a ... ,. 'a w.., w .



:_ .
_










',:y' / "

Ii t : : ; BASF COAST ADVOOATK APRIL 15, 1904. _

I .

,

COURTESY IN THE HOME shall have Ita lowest bank of seats California Prune "Wafers. Preacher led ICmhorter
Over-Work
f Weakens Ifee Price ol
above the sidewalk level. nature'sproduct There was an old darky preacher in Pleasure.
Purely vegetable they ate
Virginia vrl-o would 'never become orda -
It I. K..tl..1 to Happlnea. la tb.II'.IIJ' Firemen.-Two or more competentcity and should be In every house- Your Iidneys. It is bard for a lovely woman to
!b .. to remain forego
contctit Just
Intnl.
Circle.There ; firemen to be stationed in each hold. They cure constipation and all : \vtis the pleasures of the life which she Was

in! no place where there la house under the direction of the fire disorders of the stomach, liver and Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.! an exliortrr. This seemed rattiertrnnr ; created Jo enjoy and adorn. She may

greater: nwd of true refined everyday marshal. bowels. 100 wafers 25c. Red Cross ; <' to same of bit congregation have to be busy all day in office or in

courtesy' or where It will be more Standplpe.-Tbe stage to be equipped Pharmacy Tkusvllle, KU. All the blood In your body passes: throughyour and out tiny they asked hint about It. store, yet she cannot deny herself the

greatly iipprecluted than In the home I on each side with stnndplpes with hose kidneys once every three minutes. "".1'11. Its. cllIC"IIY.." said he. "\Vlien social pleasures which are offered her

circle. Yet In how many households do for every door/ level in' the house. RatlineVorm.. 1a7! a The kidneys are your yours a preacher, yours gotter bll v' atex' ly'- But the fatigue is
... blood purifiers they niter mi' ntlclc right clone to It. but ifyou's often too for
great
we Bee an entire luck of It Exits.-Each /floor to have two exit All nations eave the worshipers of 1 .r ,;. \ I out ;the waste or exhorter kin branch." .- her, and she suf.
The busbnnd comes In tired and surly passages leading directly to the streetor Buddha rut the flesh rtf unluinU. Even Impurities In the blood. only a you fers from beaJacha

hurries down his meal gives the alley facing to be fireproof and to the lowest and most disgusting to eye i If they are sick or out -vr v.- and backache as a

cat a kick and deports without one be separate from every other passage. and palate find a home where tbey are of order they fall to doa Which 1m the Larger Incomer X f -f consequence of

kind word or gracious act to any one. Fluet .-Dumpers to be located In two welcomed. Worms und Insects must their work. Here l la tin Interesting problem[ In !.* VI X.I 1 \ A*. over-exertion.

The children are noisy and tjuarrelsoiuo. places one under the control of theelectrician furnish: food und grace the tablet. not Pains, aches and rheumatism mathemutloa: Twrt clerks are engaged Women who are

The mother tired and nervous. and the other under the con- only of the poor \but of the rich. Thinkof come from ex- one at a salary which begins at the rate tired and worn out
cess of uric acid In the of $100 a year with a yearly rise ot will find a perfect
has only sharp recriminating; words trol of the city firemen tin gourmet who prnUra the luscious blood due to neglected '' tonic and
for her husband' the children and the vvaXLnipe. nod still more the black kidney trouble. $20 and the other at a salary commencing In Dr. Pierce's nervine

The whole atmosphere from the Inside thnt be carefully trouble at the slime rate !but with A f' Favorite
servant
appears nixes < Kidney causes quick or unsteady Prescription.
surcharged with the very quintessence Opaac pliici-s on UN toast and pat, with a heart beats, and makes one feel as though half yearly; rise" of $:'.1. In ench case It cures headache,

of disturbing and disheartening cures a cold In 21 hours Relieves, t'cllng akin to veneration! lIe is eating they had heart trouble, because the heart Is payments are made half yearly. Whichof backache and the

elements. Neuralgia, Bronchitis, 'and Ileadace. the worms that live In the snlpe'sintestines. over-working In pumping thick, kidney- them hall the larger Income? d' other aches and

Let a visitor come In to make a Comforting and Curative. Swift; Sure Of 1"IUIlI'lIlue ta the famoun poisoned blood through veins and arteries. Who Is not tempted to day! the for r, pains to whu-b
!and Safe. The Best of All_Cold Remedies It used to be considered that only urinary met women are subject
neighborly call however, nnd how because the most efficient. Opaao palm wprm of the West< Indies' troubles wore to be traced to the kidneys Yet tile latter I la the correct u M? It establishes regu

quickly everything( Is changed. Roth III a small chocolate coated tablet, and Is which forma one of the bent dishes of but now modern science proves that nearlyall answer. larity, dries weak
husband and wife welcome him with Bold at 25o a box. Red Cross Pharmacy. luxuriousdhuiera.. Its nonr relation constitutional diseases havo their begin I for In the first year the first clerk ro'celves ruing drains, heals

the sweetest of smiles and courtesy.' the grurii worm of Java, is said to be ning in kidney trouble.if $100. but the second clerk receives inflammation and
bowed lie "SpokeThey Jnpenese. do are sick make mistakeby $50::; and $55:: which amounts to ulceration
When the visitor departs be is richer still and more dellc te. Nor you you can no and
out with the most cburmiiiff; grace and told this "on a Plttsburger whoa costly. silkworms escape! the fate of all first doctoring your kidneys. The mild $105 In the year. The first clerk In cures female weak

In silver tones Invited to call again. dead now and therefore shall be that Is cntable. Freed from their cocoons and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's the second year gets to be !sure $120. ness. Itmakesweakwomen

This la eminently right and proper nameless but the story Is still told und daintily" dressed they are Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy is but No. 2 gets gild( for the first half year strong and
I about Washington when a crowd of soon realized. It stands the highest for Its i"l Pyi' f"" tJ'P ....('0'111. or $l27v' In all.FLORIDA'S sick women well
but should not the consideration and swallowedby
why same tolls highly prized largely wonderful cures of the most distressing cases "I an ao pleased
prevail among those who are newspaper men foregather and tbe people of Madagascar and Is sold on its merits ,.. "' "'r with your Instruct.MX,

bound to each other by ties of family over old times and happenings It wan by all druggists In fiftycentandonedollar II FAMOUS GAINS thanks I hardly to give know you what fur

relationship"our own. whom we love during the Harrlxon administration Ir'Vlng's Itucliu Waferscure siz ii"" .. your kind finjr ,"
'
best?" Why should not the wife the and the Pittsburger was hot on the es. You may have a write Mrs Mile Dry.
Scalding Backache Hhenma- ant, of tola, Thnma
Urine
child, tbe servant whom you meet every troll of t: consulHhlp. Several were tiMID NervoiiHDOK.i sample bottle by mall Roma of SWOOPROOM.free Co., Ga. "1 Buffered
Loss of Flesh Sediment
day in the most intimate relations suggested and rejected by the applicant also pamphlet telling you how to find "Chicago & Florida Limited" -V ao much with great
In the Urine Renal Calculi Dla in back and
have bladder trouble. pains my tbe lower part jf my
-why should tbey not, I ask be who didn't want a government hetes and all Kidney troubles, Inoludlnff out If you kidney or stomach and palpitation of the heart, that at
sit at Dahomey or some other out of Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer times I could hordlv lie down Could hardly
vouchsafed some courtesy as well as LlrlRbt'a Disease They are purely a & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. pet; up in the morning, but after 0.1' three
AUGUSTINE
ST. JACKSONVILLE
the guest who calls tor a: brief hour? he world place, but a first class charge. vegetable compound and act directly on- bottles of Favorite Prencriptlon and I two vial

"Charity begins: at home" we are Finally he picked on Yokohama us the weakened tissues anti blood vessel. to CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS. of woman.Dr rierce'e" Pleasant Pellet, I am like a new

told and I think courtesy should too. the: place where he would like to represent of the kidney and urinary organs. Sold I oLE10 This train Is operated over tIe shortest line
at 5Uc.. box by Red Cross between St. Jacksonville, Ol, Sick women, especially those suffering
Uncle" Sam:' and secured an au- Pharmacy.ANNOUNCEMENTS. > Augustine Irairo
Curt Prevents Pn
No be he Coldsi umor nAND
one man or woman can and 8t. Louis,and affords the quickest scheduleby from diseases of long standing are invited -
stand weeks and years of continual dl !we with President Harrison. --. -- nearly two hours. to consult Dr. Pierce by letter,/;-ee.

fault finding or habitual discourtesy. "But do yon understand the Importance tJSU GAME WARDEN; This train In the standard of perfection in pas All correspondence is held as/ stnctH pri-
lIen er service coii..l"tlnir of I'ullnmii Vuat'hiiloil'
You bow to your next door neighbor of thin position asked the presdent. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for Drawing.room, Sleeping' Compartment Dining vate and sacredly confidential. AddressDr.
when you meet her in the street and "Can you speak Japanese?" the ottlue of Fish and Game Warden subject to Observation Cars. R. V Pierce Buffalo, N. Y,

give her a kind or cordial word. Why Oh, yen, the applicant understood the Undue this bead\ will appear the announce- the May action 10tU. of tbe democratic T. A.primary 1tOBINhQN.to be held Leaves lit Augustine/ T:20: ti. m'l j ..lacknonvillo!,

not be respectful to members of your Import.ulce of the position' ; also he mennw of candidates the various "State' and ---- 8-40 I:311 J'a..m.m. Arrive Chicnge, 4:10: p. m.; St. Louie R a..

own family? Try It. You will find could speak the language. /fmnty ohaige ollk:es.Tbo .for Insertion of announcement MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD. -0-

you will be happier for It. Your home' "\VolI." snkl the president, "let me from now until the primaries are over will beIVOO "The Dixie Flyer"
The friends of A. J. Carter, of Turnbnll
'/ an exception, however being made In the many
will become an Ideal one and every hear you speak It. uiuie of those who seek election as ounty Com have uriail| him to become a. candidate for the
one will be Influenced to good by the "All rlthtllIk/ me something in nusslonenorlliembersotthe County linard of ottlre ot Member of Itrevaril School Hoard for JACKSONVILLE to CHICAGO andST.
Public Instruction WLO will be charged. '2.110, the First District, and be solicits the support of LOUIS.
which will radiate from It.-Pitta- Japanese. all his friends tbe ,
light or fine hall the regular rate. at coming primary on May
burg 1'1'1.88: There' van a laugh all round, but the It .Is ti> be dlHtluotU un IMttsburg man did not get the position. will be Inserted wl hut Iwlnit paid Cars, from Jacksonville to ChloRItO and 8t Louis /
for In advance as we have learned from e<|>erlence via. 'ru mu, Maron.' Atlanta 4 hnttanooga,(Lookout .
.-IMttaburg Dispatch. that this .10 the only safe rule. To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County t Mountain)and Nashville Poser a your confi
THE JIMSON WEED. I
I r""peutfnll.nnonnoe my candidacy for Miun- T.eave Jacksonville. ellhp.in.: Arrive Chicago x.' dance.heyhf.s. Hover
ber of Hoard of 1'.1>110 Instruction from the 2nd 9:11) a m.l St. Louie,7 a. m. tbe *ctii>nUuu>rnliir. now
Pl'Obablr a Lesley to Dm From !South! Irvery 1 OR COUNTY .IUI>OE. district the coming democratic primary and V Sold by all dealer
Kollclt the confidence and support of my fellow I For Sleeping oar reservations for either the' 10O& need l Annual
America. or Asia. If troubled with rheumatism giveCbamberlaln' To the Democratic Vntei cf, Urtvanl County t citizens, above trains or any other Information, write or potpaJ: : froe.jk .
Once upon a time tbe name of Jamestown Fain Balm trial. It will Havlut In en h,mend by the voters ol lirevard! R. E. MIMS. call %
onE pUBtrolt
_ county with tbu ofho) of I"Hlnt) J,illite. I now J. WALKER, his, I'.".... Airent. ?t, D. M.i3PRY k 00.
must have been sharply
does good.
very not cost you a cent If It no dome, before you anuln. sollvltiint yin snpporr ,Mch.:
shortened. Within, the memory of One application will relieve the pain. It for re election subject to the |I"liuurt t. ho hel, FOR COUNTY COMIMS81ONER Nashville' (Chattanooga; St. Louis. Ry. ...,
May Kltli. If nominated and eluuteil I will endeavor 212 West liay At. Jacksonville Kla *
4 many people now living James was also cures sprains and bruises in one- to continue In the discharge of the duties I hereby announce myself all a candidate forM
third the time requited by any other .tlnn as County CommlHsloner for the First ----
pronounced "JeiMUs;; In fact we be- of said olllce with ttdcllty to the """pie.A. ----
treatment. Cuts burns frostbites, D. I'ENNEY. District subject to the action of the democratic
,
lieve that that was the accepted pro I
iiilmury, MaylU.IU11t.
nunciation of our Virginian forefa quinsy, pains In the side and chest, o. ii. NAUMAN F<: 1R. S. IT 4Hie.:
glandular and other swellings are quickly CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT.To .
thers. But "Jim" must have been the bottle
cured- by applying It. Every the Democratic Voters of Brevard County i
diminutive of "J em.." as well as of warranted. Price :23 and $Oo. For sale hereby aiinouno myself as candidate for To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County

James; at least we judge so because by all druggists and medicine dealers. the otllo.of Clerk of the Circuit Court at the T hereby announce myself a candidate for Hotel with Seven and
Commissioner from tbe First H.Rt.lct.euhject Cottages 10
what Is popularly known as "the Jimson lemourntlo will primary,support.to be hole May IV, 1904, and County to tbe democratic primary election, May

weed" really; is the Jamestown -- appreciate Yours your respectfully lotto. Respectfully: yours, Acres of Land.
weed. A. A. STEWART.TAX WM. R. WALKER.To .

Nor is there any reason to suppose TROPICAL ASSESSORT .
that this contraction was made JeerIngly the Dercocratio Voter.of Bravard Connty.App"clatll1l1' .
herebv announce. myself.a condldate for the and onadenosinthe .
: support
; or nueeriiily.( More probably; it olllce of 'TAX. Asxessor and. If elected. wl give past, and feeling your that I han faithfully dtscuargfed -
grow Into use "jess so," and we find the county the very best service. possible. 1 the duties imposed upon me, I hereby
Yours respectfully. .announce myself. candidate for re electionfor
Intelligent Americana to whom it has
APPLE W. It. SANDERS.
PINE Conutv Con: mlisloner of the Second District
never occurred that there Is any con aud ask your united sup' the primary. '
Youira: : : ,
nection whatever between Jamestownand respectfully.J. tA KI eAMt
To the Democratic Voters of Brevard. County i' R. MIOT. '
Jlmson. All the same, the authorities
number friends.I .
At the request a : my
say that "Jltnson" is "short" herebv announce lame. as a. candidate for the
TAR andWINEI of for Hrevard subject To the Democratic Voters or Brevard County I
for the of the where the nlltne Tax Assessor county
name place rn the action of the iiemoor tin prlmay to he I hereby, offer' myself asarnndldatii l for Commissioner
English made their first permanent settlement held Mny 10, 11M I.. If elected I will f..II\IIllle from the Third District subject to

In what Is now the United duties of the oltli Yours s to reiMiectfnlly the beg of my ability. the primary May 10, 1904 JOHN, HOUSTON.To .

States and where the Old Dominion'sfirst J, r. JJITCH ELL.

capital was located. -
the Voters of Bravard County t 'A r
The weed however is not a
jimson
II I hereby announce myself a candidate fir Tax The friends of R. A. Conkllng announce him
native plant, but probably came to us Assessor lirevard county and respectfully solicit for County Commissioner from '1 bird District

from South America or Asia. It is a the primary the support to bi anti held votes May of 10,1MH.KASpecttullyJ all democrats. at subject,to tbe democratic primary.To .

question how it got to Jamestown but has cured more bad : RMEIt. r-:
w. A. Jl'
we believe it is conceded that it Is not the Democratic Voters of Brevard County

Indigenous to Virginia. If it wall deliberately cases of Indigestion Having been urged by many voters and taxpayers : r..
become candidate for re-election, I
4 and designedly Imported it To the Den-ocratlo Voters of Brevard County t to a
lioreby announce myself aa a candidate for
must have been because of its medic- La Grippe, Stomach I hereby announce myself a candidate for lax County Commissioner from the 4th District.sub
assessor and re.I"'ctrully..k the eupnort of all jeer to the action of the democratic primary of
inal value; certainly not for Its odor, disorders and of my democratic friends In the coming primary of May It), HHH.) 1 will appreciate, the support of

I which is vile; certainly not for Us flowers Coughs HeHprctfully t. A. 'MILLAN. all democrat. JOHN C. JONES.
A
and leaves, because they do not
compare' In beauty; with those of scores Colds this winter than FOR SHERIFF. Located at SARNO three quaters ot a rnilr south of.EAU GALL 14;, FLORIDA

of native plants. And. while this weed ALL OTHER remedies To the Voters. at the Democratic Primary. To the Voters of Brevard County: on the Kau GalHe River less than- half a mile from the Indian hirer, and two

l la now recognized as having! some me- I resiiectfnlly aunonnce myself as a',. candidatefor would many In compliance of the voters with of the Hrttvarcl expressed cOllnr wish I offer of and a half miler from the Ocean> The property U two hundred tulles south of

dicinal value! It may; not have had that combined. nomination to theomce. ofSherlir.anil at the primary, myself for the omra of County'o"ml..ioller JaclcH.-mvllle, on the Floilda East Coast Railway, with the Itailrrmtl Stili,(Iou adjoining -
thank yin nil foronr support
the Fourth District for the If I
reputation "then" with Europeans. The May 10, 111II4. Hespcotfully J.ymira r,, ,BROWN. am .Blurted will nw my best ensuing endeavors year.to carryon !: the property.) Buildings erected In IStKt) and ...mco of them' have never

Chinese however use it to some extent --- the business the county honestly and fair been occupied, the original owner" having died a few months after their completion..
have doneso I,. I respectfullv.elicit your votes and Influence.
a medicinally and may FOR TAX COLLECTOR. ItentHC.fully yours The hotel wits opened for about two month prior to the owner's death, and
from time Immemorial that country .I
HN H. WYNN.
To the Deinocratlo Voters of Hrevard County t has not been used Moce.\ All the building were erected In the roost substantial
being little given to the acceptance of
.. candidate tot '
myself a
I hereby announce In excellent hotel and
manner and are now condition. The cottages are completely -
new Ideas or new remedies.-Itlchmond theottlOBOf lax Collector or Hrovard County The of the Fifth District hereby an-
en-Dispatch. subject to the aollon of the democrntlo primaryto the nounce.J taxpayers 11'. Hell as candidate hr. the office of furnished mid very little nf the furniture has ever been used. There are two
be held May. 10, 111M I earnestly solicit Count Coinmliioloner from the Fifth District,
friends.FOR artesian wells twenty cisterns connected, with sewer etc.
of all
support DIY subject to the action nf the democratic primaryto
k SAFEGUARDS AGAINST FIRE. i E. W. II.\LL. be held May Ill, 1904. The property cost the original owner *..!,IOOO and will be sold at a sacrifice.:

.
TAXPAYERS.FOR
1L
PROSt-CUTINa ATTORNKY. The above cut fairly represents the property.For .
b'.o'. Wew Ordlaance to Mk
Theat.r. Sat*. To the Democratic Voters of Krevard County tAt STATE SENATOR. particulars apply to or address,
the aollrltatlnn of many frlenila, I have EZRA F. HATCH. D. L. GAUIDENVAl.. A. WAR OCK
3 The following is. the Chicago Trlbone's Sea your :Jr'U.g-: : anally ilaoliled to become a contllilate for the of- I hereby announce myself ... a candidate., at ,
for this ootiniy at the pproachlnir primary election for the demo Caretaker on premises Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner,
of the draft of the
summary new ; rt orwx'Xto: theMA.Iaui the next democratic primary. I renpeotf ully soerationomination I for mate Henator. from the
Eau Uxllle. Florida. Y
Titusvllle Fla. Jamaica N.
.
,
.r ordinance for safeguarding theaters: *oure truly Thirteenth Senatorial District of Florida.F. ,
Curtulna.-Stl'el. with fireproofing no : : ,oturarfsl: : ... liettyoursupport. U* A.FROST, M. HUDSON,Tlbbalu, Fla.I .

e the stage side; to be raised and 13wI JLVLleiMIO11EYAIW T fOIr15KIDNIYCUREi..cAUdIe.

I red by mechanical power and to be inconstant Tu My Oeir-ooratlo Friendsi hereby announce myself. a candidate for

f line between RctS.SprlnklersAutol1latlc 1TTropical 1f[ Yielding to tha urgent request of many voter, State 10th, ind Senator I ask, subject for the support to the primaries of all my of friends May ., -r.. ...,.. JJ;. .,,14... "'..""" Nit'reys. *>,cl Blaifder! RlpltCHAS.
myself aaaramllilate for the office .
I' I now announce la Dade and Bretard comitiesYours -- -- -------- -- ------ ---- -
or dry; to be ). of rroeennttnK Atto.nelor this county,..ub'jec. respectful,

determined by the board of underwrit e be! hell on the action tilth of day the ft nemorratlo May IM4. ,hanti slicit M. 8. SAMS. BZvM aZ 00. ,

I 1 ors Seats-Must be twenty-two Inches lour kind: support. Reo:"l lif\ W&iunTII. FOR REPRESENTATIVE.To : SIT. a slaw.May5t.. JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA.

> wide measure along the top of the the Democratic Voters of Brevard Coonty
back and to be thirty-four inches apart FOR SUPKRTNTKND: pr PUBLIC INSTRCCTIOX. I hereby offer' myself before the democratic ?
candidate for In
: primary aa a Kepresrntative
4 from back to back; to bo no more than the next 1.. I.lature. If elected, I pledire myself 4fl&
ten Heats between ahtles.Aisles. I hereby announce myself aa a candidate for In all respects to support the will of tee people FULL rr uw.
the onto* of Suiwrlntendent of Publio Instruotlon and to serve Brevard county to the best of my
.-Must be two feet eight inches for Hrevard county, subj vtto the decision abllitv. C..UDE OLMariCAD.

or three feet wide depending on conditions of the ae.uocr.tlo pH- 'JHN It. W A LKEIt. k '

; must be straight and lead directly STATE ATTORNEY. EXPRE35 EXPAE35

to an exit. I respectfully announce my candlnacy for tbe -
To the Democrats ot Brevard County.it.IngacandldateforConaty position Stilt Attorney of tbs Seventh Judicial PREPAID PREPAID
"Standing Uoorn. -Each theater license Superintendent Circuit Florida, subject to democratic 49))
must state the number of seats In.tniutlon. I repent tbe influence of nomination on May 10. l104.! offer and plediresi Zo
rubles
or administration of the duties
and fearless 'rn.
and tickets can be sold in Manufacturing ladies and the vo'of the men In primary /
the
no excess ol and )
Mar 10tk< If nominated. I promU to of I be above honorable office respectfully" IA2O
elation ( of the electors of the Seventh
this number. In fact,your faithful and ol>c\ lent aerrant. solicit the support
be, J 1:. FULTZ. Judicial Circuit of Florida
Stairways.-No stairway may be less < JOILC.. JONES Orlando Fla.

than four feet wide and no stairway
have less than twenty inches !in width :FOR COmiTY TREASURER. : s I

for every 100 seats for which It is an Company To )klndlLl"lltc t7 mead your support for County Tr>a candidate I hereby for respectfully the office nf announce State's myself Attorney aa of a

I taS primary election. l\lalIU. Poi.Your. tbe Seventh Judicial Circuit subject to the Doz. ,
i as
exit.Exit unr trul' action of the democratic primary.
Lights.-There shall be a FLORIDA. Fla. ,
sep- JACKSONVILLE J tllN HKXRT. CECIL 0. BUTT.Orlando. t r
arate and distinct system of lighting v utuvreco toe

.:\ for the exits and stairways of electricity :Jon COUNTY SURVEYOR. STATE COMNITrEEMEX.a .

gas or sperm oil to be separate 1 hereby announce myself aa a candldata f 1 hereby offer' myself for re-election a*Metriber II.I29.Agents
-Sold by- of the State Executive) Committee for Brevard
omca of tot
to.be county
from the lighting system throughout ?..lec\lUO surveyor and solicit of those who
the
yore are
county
....... county, and r |> otfully elicit the
I the rest of the house and to be con- Red Cross Pharmacy votes a.. ant.por1 of all democrats at the oomlng satisfied with my action on the present Comm l..
M., IUtb. You. truly. *""* for the Pabat
{tnntly lighted: during performances. prlnaarl..oa o1.0..B.IJ:8.: W. J. TUCKER .Urewmje Co.

..Atl.ll\ !ir.oJHc1.n09fd'oJh! atcr Titusvllle, Fla.


,



1

," ........,lI1'f''! ..... "' ...,_ "

,





I' '
,'1
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, APRIL 15. 1904. S ;r),
__ .
-- ---- ----- -- --

_ professional! Cards. s rond\rny's light i;>' and by' they I IrvInn's Ituchu Wafers! California Prune Wafers.

turned Into n*quiet! side street She are a Imp remedy for all Kldnoy DIAl1n""M due liver diseases and all stomach '. ",

WHILE mounted the steps! lending. to a dim from Its most simple form-pain In the troubles; they act gently: but surely, '
GEO. M. BOBBINS brownston apartment house shook, out back, to Is worn and very ri.ingvron' xtrength tho bowel and stimulate :t

THE TRAIN hr" keys und luirrlod to her room. condition -Unghts DtseiiHO W" menu them to healthy action. 100 wafers 26o. .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR There were no matches and she rang It when WI1 say they will cure you, and! Ked Cruse Pharmacy, Tit usvllle
we would not It If we had not ,
sty confidence
AT-LAW. WAITED the bell Impatiently.! The maid apologized -
In them which Is the direct
result Application for Divorce. 'ta .
and brought In clean towels
Will practice In State and United States of our knowledge of their emus incases
Court. Tly A. JT. ?"Richardson% "We weren't expecting you till tomorrow that seemed almost hopeless. Sold -

CopyrlgM,19W. b*T. C. Afottwn- :Miss .Ashton" she remarked at Glo(> a box by Red Cross Pharmacy. V CIRCflT (HTKT OF TUB SEVENTH
Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA. __- with a furtive lllrt of her towel across I JuHalalCircuitofEl" =- In .
the dusty table.Margaret Followed Ill. trailer.Michael A".lio..al httiuwy ,

OAULDEN, The waiter coughed obsequiously, lighted every gas Jet In the hud IHHMI In the country ouly '118 )f( Hill For DlTorre. ,

jJATTORNEYATLAW 01,11>c "1Q and Margaret Ashton turned toward room and in the dressing room adjoining a short time and was! not entirely fa- 0.,11'It Hi|."Neal"arliiK l h y the Rill (if Complaint,exhibited 5 I}'
Mm Impatiently."Just to say nothing of the gas log In the I and Itlnit lit ...101 nan., anil the afllilarlt of '
mlllar with the table d'hote dinner. In '
nimiUlniini', that the whereabout of ,
practice In aU the Courts of the 8lat d91oo\ some fruit and coffee for deoert" grate, but still the room seemed dank his first' evening out he hied hnimolf ilur0urianl| II....""lIe'ltO'1, l. nol known ChAt com- I "
Will Uver Q anti dull. She wished that It were lilalimnt'K "nllu.r ha. muni. all m"..n 'hi his
ot Florida,and the United States Court. to n Sixth avenue restaurant I1ml"l1lh.1for aa'er. to Had aalll l detentions, and that ha ban t
1.U Box,235. TITU8VILLE' FLA.. SYRUP The waiter picked up the plate holding office morning work.and she might bury herself In u table d'hote dinner. Opposite lirm'mlinK Ixwn almitnt ajipllcatlon for miiro I bun alxty fur ordor(HO) of day puhmIcw l neat

q _WILL CIIII- -on untested entree. him sat H Hour vlsngcd! and voracious! Ilea, that .nlil il r nilane wan a reiililKul of till.
The maid with
WEBB 0fI00""""'" returned package person who had arrived only a few moments county! and ntat .
PJ. f l All L''''' "Why are we stopping here so long? which hud arrived In Margaret's absence That' he In over the aft*'"'twnty-one years and ./
.'-- "Freight train off de track ahead, before. Michael, being in doubt tliat there U no|i..r.oii within time"UM .if Klorlil
'" and the latter
ATTORNEYATLAWWill DR, Tilirni I c.- Inquired: ns to how to order\ decided to watch th" ""rvIOtO of a ut>|H>rna upon whom would bind 1
$ 0---- ma'am, but do wreckln' crew's lu>ah. "Is Miss herding In this evening .ad.,1 I ilnrnnilunt.Now v"
practice In the Courts of the 7th ma'am." If she Is I wish would ask her to his neighbor and Invariably; said ho Yon the geld JeorRe Neil be and.pearIwfore
-.rr" you would tnke tho sanio In to then'alter'a the lndge) of our Court on the Hurt day of ,
Circuit Taxes paid for nonresidentsand ll filer&Rsoo jIII'--- Miss' Ashton' picked up the menu come Ifl and have a cup of tea with response :Muy A, \I. ltN... mild day 1.\llIlflh.llr". Monday .g
rents and accounts collected. query. In "Bill month, in annwer"' until Mill or Complaint \.:
or read It absentmindedly and laid It me. After flnlHhing his dinner the heavy or ailaorott prooonfem-o will )h. entered aicalnnl .
TlTUSVILt-K, FLORIDA. Impure down again. Then her glance traveled Miss herding had the room at the ordered ynu.andtheenmphilnantwill hn allowed, to pro.oml 1
Blood eating man/ the waiter to send til aalil .. I
P. Bad back to the panorama spread beyondthe ; end of the ho li. him In n liootbUick. It In exjinrte riirihororitnrnit: w :: ru\i Hmt.thlH notice be pnl- t

D. PENNEY, _"1"-- dining car's window. It was the The maid panned In tile doorway "Hrlng tho same," exclaimed Ilah..llnt e KA: "r ('01"liT AIIVIMIATS, a newaiMt-
mimeo In said week. for
!mar piilillnhnd county onne a
A. residence district of village and looked in In startled' fnshlon. +
pretty
t a Mlch.iol. four ciuiiMioiitlve' waeka from the time the
ATTORNEYATLAW.TITUSVILLE =III S. n"a.r'a with yellow and white and gray and "Why, didn't you know? Miss Hard "What: snld the wlliter.Yon't ItllnKorthlH: HIM.Wltnii I
one +
.n the Honorable Minor R. Jone*. Judg
lPUtellVgiAer white cottages placed at a discreet! distance ing died while you were: gone. bootblack do two of yon?" of told court, and the Meal of nal'l courtn opencourt. Ii

FLORIDA.Will ....' ".." apart with well kept lawns and "Died!I" "Well." cried Michael, pointing toward March. ,In A.Tltvuvllle 1>. 11M"' Florida, thin :.Kith' day of t ,(

practice in all the courts of the 7th lIfI( C Jracd! budding gardens In between. "Yes; pneumonia; awful sudden too. hh! neighbor ';if he eats hilt I'll MlNOH A ,f<1NKM. ,
Judicial Circuit. 881@iOOd il60ft S"bililiC Close to the crossing, where the train None of her folks was here They live eat mine toot"_ l'w'York (('L.ct.SN,1)' ) .""111" t'Irmlt Court
_.. Times.Opniu roo'. W KIIII,"rtollrtor, for 1'unipluliiiiiit.Notice. .. I!
-- ....: had come to a sudden standstill win I way up state somewhere, und the undertaker -- -----

S-* A. FROST, ..n to ra Nr;yaoIda.a .......... the church painted in pearly white i shipped tho body." *

eA a..r ..... with dark green shutter und Imitation Margaret oat staring! at the even cures a cold In :2I..I ( hOI1I'.. A modern ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ,.... .....,.".... colored glass windows. Even at this flame of the gas! log. "Nona of ber Remedy for I.aOrlppe, sntinenas Coughs
po .... .. distance Margaret recognized the material folks was here; they IIhIPI\l>II"- Itronchllls. :Sore Throat, Neuralgia and
Will practice in all the Courts of the,7th ..co'" TI'rU'OVILLJI:, FLA., March P, 11M"' .
0,4 In those windows.' They: hud received The life bud died out of the great Rheumatism. Purely vegetable, easy
Judicial Circuit. RRFF D p1NC. SlS samples when the was In the city and the clock struck :2 when Margaret and pleasant to tl\kflllllli never falls to In tleumattrof, tin, pntltlon of H. It. lluncivk ,
SAMPLE. femak ..t nl for a new voting dmtrlct at Tun lie I't 1 i
TITUBVILLE, FLORIDA S1fUP altar guild at St. Paul's. Ashton laid down her pen. She give quick relief. Opnuo' U small chocolate la hornliy ordered that the prayer of the|>nl It Ion.
The waiter arrived with her dessert bentIow to kiss the letter as site sealedIt coated tablet, and Is sold nt :2...;io M era he II.rall""IIIIIIIIIII" n new voting dUtrlct be 1
( .. box. Red Cross Phnimnoy TltiiHvlllo. and the mime IK hereby ,tahllHhi with the v
A. MORGAN, ChN4n EOICiNI CO,, )Stitt! and she' selected some white grapes and again; there came to her the vislon b"nndnrlml.wit t HiiKlnnlii) nb the Western
FREDERICK "etit.n., IMMlellf[ u( with elaborate care. When she looked of the man and the girl walking -A-CnrlonHr."Tho -.- ounilnry line or Itrevard County, on tin NortliiTli I
hoiinilirv Him of wn.hll'!|> No :Hontli l '
Abstracts of Title. ; up again a boy came scampering down up the narrow flogged pathway to the man I am looking for," said the of III.nKoJIIMt:: thence run Krfnt on Haiti Township -
the drive which divided two of the cot church. Hue tu Ih.I4nvrera, ...
mature looking spinster sentimentally."miiHt ,,i.ng.atdllauge I '
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, thirty.eeveuEat,tlirneeHiMith, ,| 'J
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS tage homes. He swung a baseball bat C a a a he utterly uiiMclllHh brine ns a line. tn tlm Month boundary Him of llmvard m

Loans Notary Public. TWO SIZES SOC AND $t.OO. In signal to another ;youngster/ emergIng Ten days Inter n man who wore IohlghUIHl'1I lion tender, truthful as the mill, ). IndustrluiiM. line roiintv.of thi'iu'B llmvard Nest County on mild, to South thn boundary W..*t\rnhiiiiinlnrv Ij 1

Collections, Typewriting, !Stenography If yon hare never tried this from another yard. Hoth homes und :coked" at her above them Intelligent thoughtful/ of ills- lino of auld Mravard "County, .. i ,
had burns and chicken in the them'ehnrthmrnng tb. ."hl W ntrn boundary I
yard culled her into his otllce. She '
private tliiKiilMhi'd and 1 one Who never '.
/ J1re'141'1II'I'
TirusviLLK, FLA: great remedySEND line of iimvaril. County' to the t..r,. MlnnlnK '
rear and the boys wore sweaters. had only; been in that olllce twice before drinks smokes, gambles or uses profane I Inoliiillnir 'lowuMiljpn Wl .'137 South"' of llanirna 1fall. ,
TODAYfor "They have had their tea and have nnd they had been red letter iii ngnage. 1 shall not mind If he .km sod 37 .:...t. The niuulMir of laid votlnicdlHtrli't ., \ "a
/:
O A. FROST. WADE II. JONES. IK No IT and Ih- voting |>'lac'. to he atir r :.
done their chores, thought; Miss Ash' events In her business! career. is poser that will not 11I11 t It'r." near the I l"oi.t ultlne at Tnntle.JOHN,.
FROST: A; JONES, a free natn/ile and state ton, stirring her: coffee slowly, "nnd by "Miss Ashton, we have been going "Not a hit," remaiked the damsel's, It. WALKKH: I

your nymptntn and by some one will call them both over tho results of that lust trip you cynical old. father ,primly. "He'd Imvon Chairman, o( Meant of County Cuummisslonela: I ? I

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, We simply ask you to try it In and pull down the ilmdes." made They are remnrkahln for n wo- tine f'lIIIIICq; of making money, my Ittimti I (ototioal RravardCounty, Florida. V

at our expense. "'e Know whatit A woman ran across the back yard man. And ve have decided to make den," A, A. BrRWAitT, Ily
Loans and Collections. Clerk Circuit Court, 1). BTBWAur, D. C.
will do.Thacher. of the house nearest the tracks carry you superintendent of the Troy or "II low so, pnpu?"

/ITiTuaviLLE _- FLOUIDA.O. ing something, tinder her apron. She tlces." ""'hy. they'll give n fortune for ain .

Medicine Co. disappeared In the- kitchen- doorway of Ho panned for nn expression of surprise an like that In u show" 1\1."tcr.. Hale.UNDKUANl .

A. WOBLKY. R. II. SKYMOUII.VyORLEY the next house then reappeared empty or appreciation. Miss Anhton
CHATTANOOGA, TENN. handed and ran back to her own home, was studyinK tho carpet Tho great
&; :SEYMOUR: "She had borrowed something no How to AVurU Oil nn Attack olKllOlinilltlsni. ) IIY VIIITUH OF A ttfmEIO
muu coughed. and aale. limiind, nut of the e
doubt," Paid Mlsn! Anliton to herself. "Your Hillary, of coursu" ...", ltCminrtutltrevarl'nunty, \ Klorliln" In
ATTORNETaATLAW.Do "Perhaps she hud a little tea this after still without ('Imtuiitry hnnrliiK. data limieinbiir. :mil, A. l>. p
she, said,
J I "Thunk you. "For years when spring: tlmo canto on 'meat, In a cau."tlnirvln' pending, wherein Aaron
a general practice In State and Federal noon. We always borrowed thing/ looking; up, but I have acC'ptod-all. and I went Into gardening, I was sure to Itadrauw In nonipliilniiut,' act I I.txale. V. Hlce
Courts. Special attention givento -vasw from the Marsdens when we had tens." other position., have an attack of rheumatism and (every I awl 1 her liimliaiid K.': II, iliac are ilnreiiilitnta' I i I
wlllulcerfiral.lu' front of the Court Holmeloor
admiralty practice. She pushed' aside her coffee cup laid. Tho great man fairly Jumped. attack was more severe than the preceding atTltunvllm, on Mondny, the and, day of
FBISSELL BUILDING MIAMI FLA. a bill on time silver tray which the "Hut dear young woman ;you one," nays' Joule MoDonnld, of Man, day, INN' during' the hignl hour of axle, tn the
my Ii iluiiimtaiid bimt blddnr. for..inmli all the followiiit -
.
waiter offered and left the car. Herchair should consider""I : l.ngan countyVellt Ys "I tried everylhIng di>"orlli..0 'land, ''y nil In hravard County, -i 1
E. FOSTER, was in the drawing room cur for have considered and this Is for : with no relief whatever, until 1 Vlnrliia,and (nirlliuil l an follows, to wit t \
STEPHEN ward. She found herself looking procured a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain HeitlnnluK, a jnilnt 11K,4Ir'Mt went of the
life. Balm, and! the first application gave me south cant rornnr of Illock 4, of the town of
ATTOI NEY-AT.LA\V,; straight Into the side' yard of a trim This. time who looked up, straight into ease, and before the first \bottle was lined I'ltiinvlIlM' HorliU, thence |K!) weNt UH,40 feet
I liencn north. M: ,:a l feel llmniie I ifo eant KM.4A
silt KO
little A woman on
cottage.
Dyal-Upchuich Building, Jax, ; young the: eyes; of the great man. Something I felt like K new punton. Now I font that "Mt. thenoeounUhei.alfeet.. : Bind lot front ,
I the step of the porch a "fiiscliwtor"thrown ho rend there Made him rise nnd tarn cured, but I nlwnvs keep bottle I IIIK HH4fl fret on !Main. street, and M.'JO: fees on
JACKSONVILLR:, FLA.. ,, over her shoulders. At the foot if Chamberlain' Pain Balm In thel.uKo. [.ttinoii, NI,reel and being a earl of HlfHik' 4 of .
his hand cordlully.
extend: I mlil. lowuoyll'thavIIisi acnnnllnK tn the .ul.. I'
-
of the step stood another woman boldIng "My dear Miss Asliton. I trust you and when. I feel any symptom. of a return I..1I.IMIIIIIIII"I.r mtld' bliMik 4,now IIn ale in the I
M. D. a restless baby In her arms. The Aud I congratulate I soon drive It, away with one or I illliiHnf, the milers of the Clronlt: Court of llre-
N.8BURN1IAM will be puppy
very .
'rard Fl.rbht.CEO.I
County
two women were so earnestly engagedin Uut you" man with all my heart." applications of this llnnm ii"t. For sale : 1If, 'noiiniNH.xpucliil ; '
SURGEON and SPECIALIST conversation that they did not notice by nil druggists l and moillclne. draleis. Mauler In Chancery.

how the baby was stripping young bud .
.
>( I I'lnn Una ,
Ear Nose and Throat. tf
off the larch\ vine. Plna gauze, made by the women of
WEST PALM REACH FLORIDA. "Gossiping" murmured Miss: A hton. tho Philippine from pineapple spikes Lee & Bryant

She knew the nunow life only too moue, Is ns delicate as chiffon and fur ,

nOUGn o"i's well. She bad run away from It years more durable They, use only the best

pvR. before. She wanted to go where your Il'a"'II. and these tied Into bundles are ASIIEVILLK:, N. C, 5,

next door neighbor did not count the stones in the bed ofa
Illuc''llllllllel" heavy
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS skirts and shirt waists on your line running at rI.'ll III. After two or three I G010raJ. 00D:1D:1:1aa:101: : : 3 : MarohuxltlelLr :: : .

on the "Uentos"* where no one Insisted that because a days of this treatment they are exposedfor I ,WE SOLICIT SHIPMENTS OF- i
young man bad shown you a few ordinary a time to the action of the sun and ,

NowjAT DAYTONA. M courtesies you were bound. to air Bitch: piece Is closely Inspected to :.... -.L-L'1TXTS cb "V'EGrET: :: : k.$: LL3 i.
v be engaged to him. make sure that the process. of decomposition -
F. E. BUCK, r 'yr She swung her jWmlr Impatiently was thorough and It It was -WK MAKE PROMPT RETURNS.REFKnENCKS .

and her glance felfonce' more on the not the leaves are subjected u second j : I Itnttery Park Hank, Anliovlllo, N, 't). ; Hank of Henderson, Her
Stockton &; Budd Building, Slain St. church. The sun was setting, and two time to the operation. The ilbroun dersonvllle, N. C ; Dunn and llradm root Commercial Agendas.

Jacksonville. Uoom.;i5; 10,17. C. M. BROWN people were walking up the narrow threads are at last wholly separate __ __ .. u ._____
flagged path. The man pulled out a from tho cellulose and 1I1o(11"MIl particles!

DENTIST. key, threw open the church door and and cleaned from tho sup and gummy MASON M. CLARK
Crown and Bridge Work The People's Candidate for they both passed In. He did not look suIiMtunce. The whole lit then beaten ,

Porcelain Inlays,, GOVE1\"NOR OF FLORIDA. like a minister lIe was something with a wooden mullet grooved on the
HlgL-class Plate work an athlete and had an alert air. A moment face like a (luting machine. The threadsare 110 Murray Street and KM( ) West Street NEW: YORK.

$ later be was opening the window. kept moist while title beating Is In
56 YEARS A CITIZEN OFf The girl was not In sight, but Mar I
OENTLK. progress and tliu ncpurnte threads are
TRUSTWORTHY
A
WANTED or- lady In each connty to manage THIS STATE. garet was certain that she was putting thus blended Into out IIKIMM. lit color Fruit and Produce Commission M erebant.

solid flnannal bimlnena iitanilinir.for an old A established gtrniKlit, bona holme fide u flowers In time vase at the pulpit. the fibers vary from cream inil light

weekly) *a,ary of$18 00 paid by check each MOD. "He's a leader In the church no doubt.A gray to pure white. After the "pine
dar With a.) expenses direct from lioailnuartcra. man must always be at the bead of | apple cloth". In HnUhed' figures are SPECIALTIES j
Money advanced for ,,"". Knvlmm: addressed ,
ex pen A Soldier Under General R. E. .
( envelope. Manager, Sea Caxtua Bldg.,. something she thought "And :Miss stumped oil It with blocks and afterward
ChlC&P'o.i Lee from First to Last Day. Demure will be sitting' down In the worktnl or embroidered by hanJ. Florida Pineapples, Oranges, Grapefruit,
watching him with
amen corner soon Chicago News.
LEnIlONEY TAR adoring eyes because the whole congregation
Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
stop the coutf sad b..I.1aod. looks up to him. Ilia Intent ll*<|a....
--- Carrie four "Yankee" bal What a narrow met these people In There is a clever lad who will get : ____ ____ ___ ._ u__ __ __ I IJ

The Largest and Most Corn lets a. a gentle reminder of small towus were I Here was a train his living in this. world. For playing ,t

elate Establishment South. that great bloody struggle. stalled in their midst bearing men of truant maternal authority cut off his ? B/vililman & CO.t
millions, women who had traveled at supper. Ousting ono fond look at the .

home and abroad Interests that might; authoress of his existence he paused
GEO S. HACKER & SONMANUFACTURERS affect the world of trade, and they did at the door to : 201/ Washington 8t I l NEW TOKIC.U.t .
say
Murray Street. | N. Y.
THE FRIEND OF not stop so much as to Inquire Into the "Mother, I am going to die, and when

THE PEOPLE. trouble. They were no small so narrow I am no more I wish the doctor to cut

so self absorbed! me! open'and look at my stomach.
-At last the train moved with great, The mat rnnl heart was. filled with Oranges PineapplesY

i heaving strain on wheels and springs.. awful forebodings, and the maternal ,

r HIS l"'LA.' TFORM. Margaret gave one more glance at the voice asked what Jill meant

.13".. church. The lights were ablaze, and "I wish It to he known" 1111 answered and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
,rN The farming and laboringmen the young; man wan standing In front "tnat I died of starvation."

rep n his tint conn deration. of the congregation, a book In Ills band. This was enough. The "mil II boy was represent several of the largest shippers In your Htate, and wish to representyou ,
) The girl was at the organ.
triumphant and retired to hilt little beet<<
/j, .N e GOOD WAGES FOR HONEST Margaret leaned back and closed her gorged to repletion. also jive us a trial shipment. Established 30 years.KMTAIILJRHKD 0 f.4

WORK. eyes. She saw another church another -- __ -. tr
-- -
-- ..J man-and herself Then she turned her Korean M..'. lints. I Id J;
18711.l
..-.... .-- LIBERAL PENSIONS. Liberal thoughts resolutely Into other chan Tbe quaintest feature of the picturesque _
---- -- -- -
OF School POLICY. The Pri nels. She glanced down at her bag. costumes of the Korean: men is
She knew the papers In that bag meant their hats. mounetrap-llke
They are
The Railroad Commission. Lane & Son
mary. M.
Doors, Sash, Blinds insurance policies for thousands all arrangements made from the hair of I
Roads. Econom- ,
Hard
written by herself. She had stepped In the wearer ancestors. This priceless

McoldiDg & Building Material ical Administration. Paymentof where other agents feared to tread and possession In handed down from father
YORK.Southern ,
230 WASHINGTON hTKKKT, NEW
the State Debts. :B guatln had secured business. She was going to eldest son who readies the goal of
Office Warerooms King opposite back to New York and the approval of when the
: and his ambition: at the moment j
Cannon Street.Charleston of Criminal Corporations her snpertors. She would be glad to family hat )Is placed upon his head. Fruit and Produce

S. C. Trusts. i shut herself in her private office and Another grotesque form of Korean I r
take her accumulated correspondence. -
I up headdress l fA the mourning hat that l Is
Sash A MAN OF DEEDS. She\ must have a new cabinet ordered worn In.rurol districts by the eldest
Weights, Cord alit! for that empty corner of her of- son for three years after the death of Cox i .iaciO Mrchaz3.tc.

.- _. A flee. The papers! to be filed In her department either of This conical I
his
parents.
Hardware. were increasing. shaped affair of rustics or rice straw'Is FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTYsI
PRINTING of all kind done at
JOB e e e and extends:
as large a. a bushel basket
Window and Fancy Glass this office at reasonable rates. Giveus She gave her number to the
A SPECIALTY. a share of your work. and was whisked off Into the glare of { {





applicatioD.'J.


.

f
.
e. ,,.,--' -



.

4v 4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE. APRIL 15. 1904.
--
--

". ,., .'
ABOUT CANDIDATES. :Door an.C1 "'"O'l.n.c:1o'VV' : : I''rAmc3 JAMES. PBITCHAKD, President; WM. M. BROWN, Vice-President
EAST COAST ADVOCATE W. 8. BKAHNIKG, A sat. Cashier

We are making hundreds of framed every month for the leading contractors
Referring to free newspaper notice and we should make them for you. We do I It abenper and better.
RIVER
STATE
R- A W..IELY JOORMAI. DBTOTBD TO TH. DBYBIr. ?, given to political candidates Our latest Improvement'I INDIAN BANK

OrUBflT: O. THB INDIA BIY... LAO the Toledo Blade says : "There is BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLEYS ,

WOHTH ASD BISOATHB.SKOTIOSS. neither state law nor city ordinance and you should Insist on getting these In your frames COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

which compels a man to be a can- When you have any building to do, "write Authorized capital
PUBLISHED KVBBY FBIDAY. EAST COAST' LUMBER AND SUPPLY $1O'OCOO
COMPANY
didate for of lice. When he becomesa Paid capital
S up $40,000
Editor 4& Publisher,. seeker after a place he wants it General office EAU OAI/LIE, 1rLA.
H. WALTOH,
a..LE \ Average deposits, $15O.OOO
-Yards at Tltiisville\ Eau Oallle, Fort pierce and West Palm Beach-
for the emoluments of the position.
Discontinuance of advtR. must be made petaalljr .
----- -- ----------- -------- -- -----------------
Wi h him it is business matter
> a ,
at this office or by writing. Transacts a General
as with a merchant who sells goods, FLORIDA EAST COAST. ADVERTISING A TOWN. { Banking

Check,eto.,may be made payable to CnABiEflH. or a newspaper proprietor who,runs ,- -

WALTON.. ,publisher.jja his paper to make a living. The The Crest Work of Henry M. Flakier on Twenty-four of the leading business ; k y+ Business
jja pjMi.f-i "- r [ rwrrri i i n-i 1-- entabllHhment of Lynchburg. Va., have
In writing to the AUVORATB for/Informs merchant pays for his advertising, the Kiuit Coant. agreed that judicious newspaper advertising I yt. Largest and Oldest Bank on the River.
tlonok my kind,the writer will oblige by enclose and the office seeker should be The EAST Coxst ADVOCATE takes Is the best' way to reach the buying {
tags stamped- from a long article pOD Florida In joined In contributing to a fund for the Countries.
is to have him in advance
BOSTON OFFICE-TUB KA T COAT AOvo- plan pay ,
the 1'roy (X. Y ) Bnrtgoit: of Induce
CATS has opened an noire at 404 Atlantlo avenue, for'he be defeated in the primary expense advertising to buyers ig futronaire; appreciated. Prompt service,
might polite
oftton, which will be In charge of Mr Claude Florida owes much to Henry M. Magler to go to their market Among those who treatment,,ami every favor coualKlent i with Con
I Q.Walton., or convention or at the polls, Mr Flakier has not merely caused have joined In tbe movement are several + orvative uauklug granted
and then yoy would have difficulty two blades of grass to grow where there national banks, a number of prominent CO-RESPONDENTS I
Address all oommnnloatlons to in settlement. There is was. but one, but has opened up hundreds manufacturers and quite number of the lft'r riioonlx National Hank K. Y., Empire flint
lEAST COAST ADVOCATE, securing a of miles. of Territory, making It lending jobbers. These men are not victims p, !17uistGmnanyNYItntlunal; Hank or .Jack
TiTttsviLi.it, FLO\D" absolutely no reason why a news- possible for others to cultivate the soil of sentiment. They are thorough -,,, ?yy, ?, a =' sonville, Jacksonville, Flu.

oo-------- -,-------- -- .--- --- paper should devote its space to and develop Its reHources. business men, and they realize that what. .IPl'TZJ' VILLIJ, F'L A .
of glorifying a candidate."On The settlement of the Kant Const pf advances the Interest of Lynchburg as a _._ _.__ _
17. S. Department Agriculture -- -
than n
Florida baa been tbe work of less a market also helps them Individually.
the Blade when a man becomes
l la. score of Twenty years ago, when Is the wealthiest
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, yenrs. Lynchburg now perhaps
) a candidate for city or Mr. Flagler made his first visit to this city In the south In proportion to Its & Baker
The following is a comparative state county honors, we mention the fact city, there were less than a half dozen population, and one of the wealthiest In MeMurray
ment of temperature and rainfall for the as briefly as possible-simply a resorts in the State. Coming to Florida America. It is a large manufacturingcenter
weekending Tuesday, April. 12, I.DATS. statement to the effect that John then meant coming to St. Augustine, and commands a splendid trading
--1004-- --1903-- Jacksonville and baIt a dozen outlying district, and advertising baa done it, and 4O1-414 East Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida.
: : MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. Smith, of the Fourth ward, is a towns. The beautiful days, warm, will make any business or city great.
6 77 f8 70 07 candidate for the republican nomi- bright and sunny-the superb moonlight Those who have tested the virtue of Makers and Jobbers of-
7 78 71 78 JO nation for county auditor. That is night, the sailing over warm seas In Feb printers' Ink can bear witness to Its won-
8 80 011; 70 tin If John further ruary, was a new and overpowering,: sensation derful influence on business.
9 811: 04 70 fW news. Smith: wants to the world-wearied man of bus Take a town which almost ignore the Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
10 79 (It 81 08 announcements of his ambition he loess. It enthused him; like the wine local paper, and'size up the business and ,
11 70 51 SO 71 pays for them at advertising rates. of old Spain, It intoxicated him-he general progre8RJand you will\ almost always
12 80 01: 81 07 When the primary or convention is wanted others to enjoy It; bin. fellow business find that It l Is suffering with the Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
Total rainfall for the week: 2.01:I held if the aforesaid John Smith men to come here, and, while dieback. Well patronized papers speak
Departure from normal rainfall for the breathing the delicious air, laden with the sentiments of a community. They First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
week: plus 2.00 Inches. Departurefrom receives the nomination, the publicis the bouquet of the orange:( blossom and show that life and vim Is there. Those
who John Smith is of the to enjoy the luxuries and --- -- -- -- --- .-- --- -
normal rainfall since January 1, informed jessamine, merchants who never advertise say it
minus 3.00 inches his occupation and public service, they were accustomed to In their northern Is money thrown away, are little help to

HAL. I'. HAHDIW, Observer if he has had any :'Ihen John 'l'he homes.spirit of old Spain that had sent a town.. They i clog the wheels of progress 'SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

--- --- .- .-- :Smith ia expected to do the rest, forth the early settlers search of wealth Lynchburg's! example la proof of what
with perhaps. brief mention just -of' the "fountain of 'youth"-was advertising will do, and as indicated
SENATOR TAUAFEHRO ia not a before the election. In the mean everywhere; It came from the old fort as above, they want more of it. They are Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,
brilliant orator but he has fully notices he he looked from his windows In the San growing dally in business and wealth, .
if he other
time
proved to the people of Florida that wants Marco, the narrow streets, the overhangIng and they want the world made aware of
.
is politely referred t''> the counting bnloonleu, and he determined to reproduce the fact. .'
he ia a worser.TITCSVILLE'B. room, where the regular drtis- the splendor and beauties of the When the'business men of a community Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick..".

----- --- q- -- ing rates and quoted him 'Ihls is Old World In the new-to transform tbe come together and resolve to push
merchants they old town Into a bit of ancient Spain. ahead their town, the results are foot
say business and the newspaper, even generally I Dffices ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida Telephone No. 262.
tbe
This resulted In the building of magnificent.; Shake off your lethargy -
have not done so good a businessin the party paper is a business! proposition Ponce de Leon the Alcazar and Casino,, aud proceed to make yourself and J. K. MUNNERLYNV General Manager.
years. Carloads of goods are just like Any other business. the Turkish biths and the construction your business known. The most prosperous
which to -- -- -- -- -- ---- - --
continually arriving, goes The h'ibltof giving free notices i-ia of well-paved streets. towns Florida are those which
prove that advertising pays. to the proprietor fourteen years ago: Mr. Flagler had believe in advertising. If a town wants The Oldest ExtabllslieO Grain and Seed House In the State.
curse newspaper not been Mouth of this point. Hut he capital' and business it must seek It and
----- --- and it should be stopped." loves the w una. sunny laud, und was Induced not sit down and watt for It to voluntarily Yi1mA
LET us have harmony in the to visit Lake Worth,then a beauty come. Lynchburgers don't watt, and A
democratlo ranks, and vote solid -- --- -- ---- fill spot, the wlnt.tr home of wealthy why should other merchants, when all Wm. A. amours & Co.q .

for M. S. Sams for senator for Dade IS CRIME INCREASING'1'Few Northerners. Again,: the lati,, uormistropical that U good comes by hustling and advertising %
air the odor. of the pineapple,, -
Jacksonville Metropolis.
and Brevard. As far as we can the stateliness of the waving fronds 01 GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
,
learn, Mr. Sams will be elected bya social questions are asked the coooanut palm cast their spell over

good majority. more frequently than, what is the and him. bullded Again he that yielded thousands to its Influence of others, A Great Sensation.! Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers
National There was a big sensation In Lee vllle,
increase of crime ? The
QUITE a,nu of have Census Bureau is seeking an answer might; share of the the two enjoyment.hundred and The eleven constructlon Ind.? when W. II. Drown of that place, FIJeB1I A MIS 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
r who was expected to die, had his life
remarked to us that they are tired i to this inquiry. It is under. miles of railway followed, connecting saved by Dr. King's New Discovery for Igts. for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y, and Plant System
of attending political meetings ; for taking to secure a record of all the Titiisvllle ((1\ great orange growing and Consumption lie writes: I bad endured .
-- --- -- -- -- -
instead of the the fishing center,) with Miami on Uiacayne! Insufferable agonies; from Asthma,
telling sentenced
the speakers, persons who are to !Jay At t'alm ISench, on Lake Worth,, --- lh+t? E3! {3 i E3 i'r
immediate
audience what they intend doing if various jails, penitentiaries and great hotels arose, and failed to entertain but your lelief New and Discovery soon thereafter gave me effected --

elected, the people sit there listen other prisons in the United States all\ who came; these were enlarged complete cure." Similar cures of rs ,
ing to nothing but a lot of personal during the year 1901. alt,In and agal n, eaoh year made more Consumption, Pneumonia Bronchitis, Potatoes.SPAULDINC'S

abuse of each other., It the candidates The wardens of the state prisonsand luxurious Ten yearn ago the town of Miami con- and Grip lemedv are for numerous.all throat Its and the peerless lung. .

for public offices are such a the sheriffs of the counties are talned one house. It Is now a thriving troubles. Price ROo and $lt Guaranteedby

lot of scapegoats; as they make out, being requested to act as special city, with sewerage, water system, gas Red Cross Pharmacy. Trial bottles I I
ROSE No.4. $3.25 Bbl.
and electric lights. Mr. Flagler spent
the
are any of them fit to represent agents to report certain facts con- free. .
several hundred thousand dollars on the BLISS TRIUMPH. $3.00"
I; people Candidates should stop cerning every person delivered into the for the '
channel preparing way government I I'
that pernicious habit of abuse. their custody. Some counties have work. lie has been Instrumental .- .- L HEBRON, $2.75 i

-. have not been heard from. In some In establishing a line of steamers to Garden and Field Seeds. I
-- i there are no jails in others [Havana, shortening the sea voyage many 1 L 01lM El..ON" Soodsman: I
ASIDE from what has been charged perhaps hours. He baa established line to Nassau .
in speeches and in open letters perhaps the local jails are no longer and erected a hotel there, Improving l 1 East Bay St., Jacksonville j

lt: against the two principal opposing used, in still others the sheriffs another and adding- that to tbe list of. : : :::
aspirants for Senator Tallaferro's have possibly neglected the matter. winter resorts that Florida Is now famous a--J B3ra tlfl II? t7 t8 r61FaEJDE

place, the weekly letters of the,, Bureau But the records of the Census Hut for.the results of Mr. Flagler's' Investments

j have referred to many matters Bureau and the resulting statisticswill on the East Coast of Florida. are
...
.which: demanded denial, or explanation not be complete until all are by no means limited to the pleasure and J .... ..
heard from and it is hoped that enjoyment the great resorts give. Infinitely --,
if denial was impossible; yet has been tbe
no such denial or explanation has the pressure of other business will opening more of Important hundreds of miles of fertile

been ,forthcomlnjl;, and the accused not cause the sheriff of any countyto country up permitting fruit and vegetable WAMEElRANGE

have permitted the publication of block this most important in. growers to cultivate makes the soil where the MBS. CECELIA! STOW!;

the charges in a large number of quiry. __ _______ senil-troploal production of climate vegetables during possible the win Orator Entre Nuns Club
the political newspapers of the"stateto -------- ter months and the successful growingof

go unchallenged, thus practically SENATORIAL CONTEST. fruits heretofore cultivated In the 176 Warren Avenue, IAT 111 hi
CHICAGO, ILL., Oct.22,1902.
banks of the
alone. The
admitting: their truth. West Indies For four 1 suffered
-
nearly
bank of Lake years
and the west
-- ---- The following is a copy of Mr. Indian Worth nro river now a great plantation here fronj ovarian troubles. The doe- xIAL
insisted the
tor
THE Georgia vagrant law has Al. S. Sams' candidacy application, a bean farm, beside It one where lettuce only way to on pet an well.operation 1, however as ,
had the effect to supply labor to Is raised by the carload, with odorous
and explains itself : and beyond. strongly objected to an operation.
between
the farmers, railroads, manufact. Tltusvllle, Fla., April 0, 1004. orange There groves are miles. of pineapple Holds, My husband felt disheartened
urers and others. This law com To the Honorable Arthur T. Williams, producing ten times the amount of fruit. well woman as is 1, a for disconsolate home with place a sick at

pels men to work or show why they Chairman" Florida State: Democratic grown elsewhere In the state. And beyond best. A friendly druggist advised
Flour Meal Grits
satisfactorily Florida. Lake Worth, on the borders of the Hay, Grain ,
should not. If they cannot Committee, Jacksonville, all him to get a bottle of Wine of
show tills, they are subject Dear 111'-1: hereby file with you this, Everglades, tomatoes are grown Cards i for me to try,and he did so.
thousands acres XjjLm.0. :
through the winter on : OCJD.on.1: ;, p:1o.; ,
notice of candidacy and application I began to improve in a few days and
to arrest and are punished by my Improving the
each the quality ,
year
to have my name printed on the primary and these are the my recovery was very! rapid. Within Weight and Guaranteed -
Quality
the streets or public increasing,
working on election ballots to be used at the democratic quantity of eighteen weeks I was another
roads ai criminals. The effect is Primary Election called to be held beginning... Each year thousands being. .-- -
that those who quit the rural districts May 10, 11)04 as a candidate for nomination acres are added to the cultivated land
enabled to maintain
to'loiter in the towns are re to the office of State Senator 1 for have the hundreds themselves of In persons an equable climate, avoid- &ttL Ml kinds of Agricultural Implements. AgentsFOR

turning. Mississippi has just enacted Thirteenth Senatorial District.the democratic ing tbe trying winters of the North. THE
chairman of
paid to the
a similar law, and it is safe committee for the counties com Each season new towns spring up in this -.A..O:E: xxMLxc 'wow '-
county beautiful land, others Improve and. grow, Mr. Stowe' letter shows I .
the every
that farmers and others will said Senatorial District,
_ to say prising committee the fame of their tropical beauty and attractiveness woman how a home i. saddened by u3
no longer be forced to beg as well amount assessed by the county therefor. spreading to other land female weakrtes and completely :.c

_ as pay help to remain with them. and enclose white democratic you receipt elector of the All made possible by the progressveness: Wine of Cardui cure that sickness : x at

--, Thirteenth I am a Senatorial District; I declare and Investment of one man.Draying. and.brine health and harpi- ] "3
and fleas & :". not go on sutfer- r
ON another page will be found my adherence to the democratic principles party or-, ing. Go to your druggist today i w W ''v' r
the
some of the reasons why Mr. Wade ganizttlon national, state of and county. and secure a 1.00 bottle of Wineof 7.- -

II. Jones withdrew from the senatorial I am by the laws of the State of Florida Drnylng hauling of all I Inds promptly K O

race', although there was not a lawful elector of an election district attended to. Meow all trains. Stove Cardui.NEe!(CARI JJ
much doubt about his being electedif within said !State: Senatorial District, and wood for sale at all times. O
C!
my poll taxes legally due, and E. 11. IIoLTEN. Titusville. o
I he had gone to the polls. In an I pledge l my honor to abide by and sup.
interview with Mr. McDonald, lit St. port the result of such primary election,

Augustine emphatically, on denied Monday the, false he most reports Iud vote for the nominees thereof.M.. S. 84M. THE ANHEUSER BUSCH, F. A. LOS LEY, .

being circulated by his enemies Everyone who knows Mr.. Same Brewing Asso's THE BREWERY SALOON. ;.. '

In politics ; and he defies knows that he never made a pledge 610( W. Bay St., Jacksonville\ Fla.
and that he did not keep. The peoplecan
their anyone statements.to come forward Mr. McDonald prove rest assured that be will vote Famous St.Louts Keg(; and Bottled Imported and Domestic THE GEO. H. FERNALD HARDWARE CO.

said he had always been a strong for the nominee of the democratic Beer. Wines Liquors & Cigars Sanford,
.
Tahaferro Bold by Mo r T.A.Lesley aDd
whether it be -
supporter of Mr. Jones for senator, primary, Florida.O'Hara.
4 Jennings in accord K.L.MoUow,TltallVmel'la World Renowned Anbenseri Busch
and was very indignant at those Stockton or The
Mr.R.L.HoUow,Cocoa,rift. Hodges
this By Aisoclatton's Famous c
who were the cause of circulating ance with pledge. & Brewing .

false reports as to what he had JOSEPH ZAPFSole.Agent. Beers on draught. ...Manufacturers and Dealerstin...
said. From beginning to end Mr. 'The OrlviMt On**, East Coast friends be sure to call on me

prevent McDonald any dId opposition,all in hfs to Mr.power Jones to, read Butler-Bnt do ;yoo remember. all you when In Jacksonville.\ Dree.ed CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER

and he is fully prepared to have Baker-I hope not. If I did shouldn't 010 to 030 West Bay Street, JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates, Mouldings,Shingles; etc.
enjoy the original writings of some of this office, at reasonable rates. Give Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write as for price deliveredto

the matter thoroughly Investigated. my friend. you know*-Boston Truii- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. \1.1. share of jour work. | ... any part of the State Address: Hodges O'llara, Buffalo/ Bluff, 71\*.
Let us have harmony. .
ecri)3... .




.


,



,





....I


.IT:; COASi' ADVOCATE. APRIL 15. 1901. tt 5 .
...
"4' "

I GEORG \MARS JOHN MARX. ," ::11H
Eden. '
TO SAVE ICE.I Melbourne. \
HOW I
THE OLD RELIABLE
A..1R JB:8: 8. !
r Mr. and Mrs A. C. Fisher left on rr Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, .

Monday for Boston and intermediate the pink paper! of tho East Coast will be

l points. received at the Melbourne Posto oe. I WHOLESALE GROCERS

Mrs. Hilda Rooks, I t
a popular vi.
very RICHARD MT OOODK.':-Real Estate, Notary ,
Itor I .
iu this place, fciiivud Muutiuy evening Public suit (Oonveymioer Agent for Etna, 0
to remain until May. Liverpool and Ixmuoiuuid Olobe amt Hartford. r Fruit and Produce Jobbers. .
Fire luimranca Coiuiniiie. Special, attentionpaid
Mrs. t> F. Webb gave a very enjoAl> < to the interest at mm'renidents., I /
whist puny I last Wednesday evening for --- ----- -- erq( ,
Mr. and Mrs A. C. Fisher. DR L. A. I"K It I'HMIICIA.V AND gcrROWW' : I
Rsstdenee, MellHMiriio. At Kau Uallia, every Corner Bay and Julia SU., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t

of on the Ice bill Alfred Richards who came here so very afternoon.

The ono tiuestion that appeals economy forcibly to every ill and a month AltO, is Improving steadily HOTEL HELLEVCE-MitltMinnui Florida. A at WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
i. gaining float and ,
as well as to hotels, restaurants strength. healthy winter rnourt on high 1 '"e land. overlooking t

houlWkoeper, butchers, grocers: druggist:; and Mr. and Mrs. Mast, who have spent per day.Indian SM| >riuI River rams IhwRI per week: ami or upwmnl season. i io PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. '

(fact to every merchant who consumesL the winter with their son, Charles Mast, Write for rates to :.Miulmu' K. 1\1. Campbell: .,
in Ills business., left, on Monday for their home in Ohio. Manager" K. W. Call1lbeU, rrnprtetor. Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Teas In season f

Sumerous tests and careful, experiment II. 1% Richards wife and I ..,..We solicit consignments ait FrulU'and Vegetable
the family) .come Mr and Mrs. Woodruff, of Salem, Ohio,,
luVlN. ujve LCEIPAD, which,when placed up from :Stuart, las 8atitid.iv and remained were the guests; of the Carleton this, weekBart ,., II I ____ .. ,__ _. ,_ _. n..... I
? box or the Ice chamber of until Sunday::: with S. V. Webb's (I
ice
your retrlgmator, will induce the eon family. Fields, of Indianola, spent Sunday i Melbourne Beach.
in Melbourne the of ) and Mrs,
your lr.
guest
ice 13 to 33 1-S cent.
mniptlon of your per Mrs. Maud I I.. Richards and tier business -
A. A. Duck. )
'
Tbe 1'1I11an Inllon\f'lJslltlle\ device, the manager drove' to Fort Pieico, on Absolutely Pure, Dora. John' Malay of Richmond, Ivanas. 7" ; ': .
,
j of which Is one of its greatest Mr. and Mrs. \ of Melbourne
mp\icl\ ty Wednesday to inspect her orange !grove Whiting, has h'oll.\. "tlrwIlollme/ guest at I

Bcoinmi-ndations.the bottom. of All your you do ice is chamberwith to place ana other propel ty. Beach on were lends.In Melbourne, Monday, calling \. THERE IS Nt SUBSTITUTE Whiting cottage this) week "

IloU the ice resting upon it, and It 111'11do \ Miss. Untile Ilryson, of Tennessee, who O. M. Ileanjoan and family, who have :I, i
rest.Vrlle for booklet.p hiHptmt foal months very plenmintlv at Jos. Williamson and Mr. and Mrs. been spending winter at.ibis I Sound '
tho the home ..f E. A. Ireland, left, regretfully I'la7.7.Iof Mlcco, were in Melbourne,, { ,t 111 It i
G. ALTOS. AGENT.' for her home on Wednesday :Monday, doing some shopping Eau Gallic.O. lie visiting :II r. Utl1l1jolln's father. I .F'f\ .

TltusvilU, Florida. Mesdames Hamilton. Olhson, Strieker .
George Sounders' many friends were Hon. W. R. Sanders and son, Borne! Fetter and Miss ilageu dined with
----+----
shocked to hear of the accident which Sanders, were the guests of It. W. Good .

MRS. IDA D. BRUNERGeneral befel biro oa Tuesday, but are glad) to and family, one day last week. nil: n open\tiSK all night.8CIU7YI.ER.loan: Oallln:M. D., -Florida T.>loKrniriulllve | lolt.Admiral and Mrs. Olllis\ on Friday even ...... .: ;:

Manager for the World serious.know hid condition In not considered Mr. and Mra. Van Schalck left, lax, tr Mr. Olbbs ban bought Mr. Bailey's LOOK TO YOUR KVKS.: h ,
for their northern home aftei
Famous Monday, II. Bradford has added a flue billiard place. which adjoins his rl'l.t'llt'I'UI'chIlMO, If suffering from any eye defects or wes I..
Mrs. Florence who tins spending several months In the Fee cot
Snyder, managed hall to his place of business ou 1I1jbhlnltAvenue. the King place lee Id very busy making night; call at my now well-appointed opt
3nh11. oi'For Fig'" the Neiheibv *<> Bnoi'essfully' the &
] tage.A mprovumonts. cal Institute. Special: complete louse 1}
will take
charge of :Mr.
pllllt Melll.on.
all Ills of Women. Weys domino Slav 1st, and conduct first- pleasant party from Chautauqua, NY. \Kir. Goiicli l.ns rented tho Plngroy lion. (r. K. Lyon and wife, Edwin grinding outfit In'connection.
., who have spent the winter In tIll
of Inquiry cheerfully answered. class boarding house there. Gibbs house left last for thi house ou Houston and Young streets, Hotchklss and wlt'o, Waukegan, HI. ; Dlt. K.: II. ARMSTRONG. f
All letters Tuesday, for the summer months. anti Mr. Hiibbard of Fargo, :X.- I)., were ULfiiirnSt. Jllokltonvlite, Fla j
Local office at Park Cottage The ralus the past week have done a north. ilontclngon (he bunch, Wednomlay, and
West Palm Beach, Fla. world of good. Our field and\ /groves Capt. and !Mrs. O. W. MoNabb onto .
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Beaujean and littl\ e ailing on friend at Myrtlo cottage.!
a.I' ,looking lino. To all people ,who daughter! went to Melbourne Bench, laslnacurriay rained a few lends on \Monday eve last- Ge--J;; ;;;;;
!
Curds the feature of this and daughter Mary 1
-- -- -- ----- --- -- ---- --- think orange trees do not no well down with uapt. Ueaujeau to eponSunday. were jolly oven E. P. Sodgwlok) ,
hero we 111'11say\ come and take a look ng. called on friends at Myrtle cottage, be- I
:
Stuart.John around. We are not 1bit ashamed of Stiller lIIal'l'le.1 nt foro leaving for the north Tuesday.! : .,

our young groves. Dr. Oeo. "W. Holmes, of Sharpen, was. 'Coma F. C.last week.was Mr.quietly Stiller\ will reside! We shall mhs these pleasant, people very Rev. J. H. Hawk and! family, returned L
in Melbourne last week calling\ on old much. frequent visitors at
wore
Frohock was In town on Wed- Mrs. J. II. LoToiirneau gave a tea, lust friends who in Eau: Gulllo, where! he Is making a They to Melbourne, Thuisday. Mm lIawk'.V
were glad to see his pleasant the Beach. she I I.
than whoa
health Is much better
| neiilay. Saturday, for her cousin, Mrs. A. C. face. IOIIIO. '
Fisher, which was well attended, considering Mr. nail Mis. C K. Mlddleby, of Boa collie hero. ,"(h1'tI
J. E. Ireland and wife, of Jensen, were Mr. Hanker and two daughters, left Services ou Sunday last, both morning who have winter homo and tBeth
the weather. Eleven brave on ton, a groveat and Mis
hre Thursday. and evening In the Methodist chinch on ra. A. L. Briinor) daughter,
j rutting friends on ladies from White City, Jensen and An. Tuesday, for their Indiana home. They llghland Ave. The Rev \Mr. Hawk City Point, brought party of filemln Mrs..1. II. Bower and daughter; t

Lacey Klckllter has purchased lot 10, kona arrived In the downpour, but have have spent three months in Melbourne, >res!
I block 4, fronting on Avenue D and 2nd ing covered carriages to come in, and and we will look for them again: next It a beautiful plat, and regretted they shopping to Cocun last Thursday. r 1
I itraeC three gentlemen to help them to alight winter. The launch Adrian, one of the I. K.fe tad not coma earlier In the season.
L. W. Fish Co'a. Meet Is at Hodgson's Mr. WaMo Clement' Jr., and! hole ,
and assist them Into the house they ,
,
Charlie Mend returned Fort who wished to d
from took all
Admiral Olllis\
candidate for i
M. :
R. Smith Conovnr of New
the ttrollier-lii-liuv Mr.
made to /
yard ,
clerkship and and when having some changes
as dry as
were spick
span Pierce lie iu glad to bo back in Mel attend Hauler to Melbourne on .
I of Dado county, was here, 'l'ues they left home. (Your correspondent mil and cabins. service York, HI rlvud Thursday of lust week, and
the bourne, and his Melbourne lends are that morning. The churches. were beau and
I voters
on Clement Sr.
log tn Saturday., W. C. ,
will just whisper this, one young lady glad: he U home again. lie was Misted The Hatassoo was In Ran Gallle\ on tifully deooiiiled. We listened to a sermon sleter-in-low\ Talbot loft her
Den U. Doster, candidate for county was no charmingly sweet and dainty that while gone. :Monday last, with W. T. Wells and live by the Uev, S. 1 It. 1'111110. on the his. Mis. ,

treasurer, was a guest of the Stuart one of the gentlemen threw a mackintosh ilendnon board: The Ilritossnobelongs lioHurreetlon of Christ, which, could! not, for Now York City t tM

house on Saturday. around her and carried her into the W. W. Klrkpatrlck, of Atlanta Oa., to the Melbourne fleet of launches help but strengthen one's filth\ and r" !Marv Uotild and granddaughter.

candidate for tax house In Ills arms, without stopping a special agent; of thellJllthern Tariff Association comfort thoHO who have friends In "tho Miss Elsie: Mould, tulatlves! of Capt. T. ,
L. Xlmaniea
as-
C. moment to think how it looked, and she was hero, last week, making a School No. 5 cloned last week after a 11. Carter loft here last I Thursday for ""
I Manor of this county, was here minglingwith did not seem to care a bit; however, she map of Melbourne for the insurance most successful term under Mr. Khe- /great beyond. tliolr home, In New Yoik. Capt.Garter J

voters on Tuesday companies. binder as piliiclpsl, and Miss Willie King On Wednesday morning we had to
may care sixteen years from now.) say and daughter, MU ]len lo, accompaniedthorn
M. R. Johns, of this place has consented Among the late arrivals at Hotel Bellevue aN assistant., ; The fall term will begin In au revoir to our good friends IIlul11l'hch. a* far an Cocoa. I
for the office elf commissioner Octo "r. bore, Mrs. hicks Mrs. Ulbbs. I\nll1\\IM"\ *
I to run county -
we met Mrs E. Dl. Taylor Allentown I
The friends of G. II. Hausan, left
many for their northern social at the
from this district.B McDonald, who The Kpworth League
I Engineer; L. K. & W. K. K., at present Pa., Mr. and Mrs Harry Jennings/: Dr Hchuyler and family took a run to who !
of those of Bond
homes to the regret tm beautiful. home of the Misses ,
o1Vedaosduy
Button: of Miami, candidate for representative living in Lima 0., will be pleased to Master Lane Jennings: Miss\ English! \ Nathan and back last week In the Vs.I but the of those
must stay longer; joy afternoon was' pleasant
very
I In the State Legislature, know of his recovery from threatened Art Saeger: and Russell Waters, all of yawl, Ell King. The Dr. Is making improvements been forward to the
who have looking affair. Dainty refreshments were Y
| called on the voters here on Friday kidney disease. He writes: "I wa Tlbbals. on his fine Banana river time when it would be warm enough for served. and while\ the ladles'\ fingers were ,

Frank Hatch, of Rockledge, was hereon cured by using Foley's Kidney Cure, lIon. Geo. K. Lyon and wife, who were property.. For them to return homo busily plying the noodles, Ho". J. B. 1

I Saturday Mr. Hatch Is on a pleasure which I recommend to all, especially' pleasant guests of Hotel Bellevue left The Plnta, Capt. Colby owner, Is atHodgson's -- Hawk entertained, them with some most
trainmen, who are usually similarly\ afflicted. last Wednesday Intending to upend having her engines taken little '''i
trip, and went up the north fork after yard, excellent reading 'V he neat sum '
tarpon. Red Cross Pharmacy. some time In St. Augustine/: Asbevllle out and shipped noith. A larger; and I HIUCVAUU COUNTY TItICA8UIIF.n'I8TATKMICN'T. of fi.'i: was. realized for the church. It 1

and other points of Interest, ere they return more l'owel.fulll1l\chlne will be placed In I wan decided to have something o( this t
The ADVOCATE is widely circulated to their home in Waukeegan, III. the yacht. : kind every Wednesday evening foe.
throughout the pineapple section, and it White City.Read April lit, KMI4.Halnnna .
would commission and other busl- T. J. Shave has sold out part of his interests mnh nn hand Mar tat,lint*.. .| 11.1\01111 several- weeks).

| floss men pay to advertise in It. A Thoughtful Man.M In turpentine at this point. We Amount rouelvecl m lt"'.H.. -H.18H-01 _. I

the ADVOCATE.Mr. ere glad: to bear Mr. Shave will still\ bo a Total .. .. ttW7U/\ 8. IN BKD FOUR WEEKS!: WITH Lot p-
Miss Edith A. ICitching, of New Orleans M. Austin of Winchester, Ind., resident of Eau Gillie, of which, place he Lens warrant jmlil In Fell, 11104 i
I arrived Wednesday evening Edwards and family were caller. knew what to do In the hour of need. Is an Alderman.C. and delivered to Comity. <:'niiiiiilni ] much to the delight of her relatives and here on Sunday.Mr. I His wife had such an unusual case of era .anaauhmil Hoard. 3.81)8) B'JJlalunoa I lug letter, from Mr. Roy Kemp, of Angola )

| many friends In this, section. Carlton and sons, of Fort Pierce, stomach and liver trouble, physicians W. MoNabb' may be seen dally at on lianil March, let, IU0.1AHOVH ., .. iiiii'iMi Ind. ''I was In bed, four weeks ,I
could not help her. He thought of, and work on his new lot on Young St. This with la grippe, and I tried many reml- I
Ftank'l'ylerand Clarence Summerlin drove through here on Sunday morning. of the lots In 1 KauOallle <; dies and considerable for treatment
tried, Dr. King's New Life Pills, and she is one most eligible DALANr' ) IS HaLl AIDoiMmltoil J'OLJ.owal spent
I of Fort Pierce, were here Friday. They Little Marie Deedricb, who baa been got relief at once and was finally cured. and runs from Young St., to the In llrevmril Btnte with physicians, but I received no

1 came down Co do a little tarpon fishing quite ill for several days, is now much Only 23o at Red Cross Pharmacy. Eau Gallle River lank..* per .'", ... 'Count ] in the waters of the St. Lucie. better. .. to niiHithly' report and cash Two small bottles of this medicine cured!
--- --- Mr.' and Mrs. Plngrey left fur Dolevan, In 1 Bnmi e Ie.ALA"'OIC"

Captain W. E. Rea, keeper of the Gil- The Club was well attended on Satur- N. Y., on Saturday last, via all rail route, IIBLOHUIxa coca rUNI AS roCoiintT .- me, and"now Take I use It exclusively nuh.tUutes. in Rod my

bents Bur Life Saving Station, was In and large amount of business Jensen.The Mr. and Mrs. Plogrey were called north raw t family. no
I town day night; a favenne-CleneralFund.. ... ..t IT *:t I Cross) l'hltrD1 CY, Tltniivllle.
on Thursday We are sorry to attended to. earlier than usual owing to the Illness of .. Itoiid and llrldgo ITuiiU !M III l lHnlldlnir '
hear that the captain's wife Is not very some friends In New York. .. / Fund.. tI HI -
| Our Sunday School picnic will\ be held Rev.Thomp'on of Fort Pierce, will' .. Fine Forfeiture Fund....., 1I,7If/ It the Ice trust in wlUlug there ought'I
well.Dr. about a half mile north of town, on the preach la Zion Hall, Wednesday evening The Eau Gallic Literary closed Its win .. Feeding rrlMiiiera" Fund .. ixxt at!I
No.1. ...(... /M Wt. : to be no nmterlnl objection to Canada'
1I..ll"lInd.I"w UlHt.
Miller\ the dentist from West Palm Fort Pierce road, April 30th. ter session on Monday. eve 4ast, with avery elec.| .. ..
J. II. Baker Is raising the frame of It I u :| 1501 f ,IfH
Beach :; '
I has been here several day since Interesting program. The E. G. L. prcrtuwltloii to buy Greenland.
M u < N a M: TIt !!
I "e last wrote you, and our pocket books We were al: much gratified; last Sun John T. Stanley's large! packing house will be reorganized; this coming/ fall. .. .. .. .? N 4 lIM'A.i i

i Bghtar. Come again, Doctor, and let day, to bear two excellent sermon delivered this week.A Mrs. Halgbt Is the president.A ,. .* N *. u II o .. .. .. :liS 74
I Mr people know it the ad. cols. by the Rev. Mr. Weather wax, lame. Warden" Fund" 8AA Isrroperty I STOP IT.-A neglected oougb or cold'
ef the through morning and evening. party spent pleasant afternoon at farewell; dance was given; at McMillan's lit tlnoeaseIPsrSnnsYnnl.n 115, may lead to serious bronchial or lung
j ADVOCATE. the beach on Sunday hist. Mr. Arnettwas C:'nuntylk'h.olaIeneral Fund 311< II
Hall last for Miss troubles. Don't take chances when
on Saturday eve :as 'I
lax ""hl".lllIo' No.I ill
be In Hpoclal
will
Mr. and Sirs. Hancock, John Geddis The White City Dairy soon masterln charge. King and Itehblnder, who leave for their .. .l II. \U4 2 s Foley' Honey and Tar afford perfect i

fed sister, Mrs Susan Kitchlng and the good shape for friends business discard, and then the our old John T. Stanley of New York, returned summer duties this week. A jolly time .... .o. N M .u. "u a 4 .... B IIl1r/ H&5 security from serious effects of a cold. ,
the River can
Misses Edith and Florida Hitching Indian to Jensen last week to look after his was spent by those present. Refresh Red Cross Pharmacy.

I tent down river as far as Woodlawn tin can, which has been their stand-by large pineapple Industry. ments were served at 11 p. m. Total .. .. ... .. .. O.HrfO MJons i -----. ,
I plant Lion, on Thursday, In the launch so long. \ HK.NBV, Treasurer.Do .
The Rev Mr. Sawyer will\ hold service Services County KIT" We cannot guarantee to publish1
St.
John'sKplscopalchurch
I ptl. From there they went over The Cemetery: Association met In the I
J land to the fresh water lakes after alll- Club-room a few evenings ago; It being In the Town Hall, at 11 o'clock, next Young St.. on Sunday next, the 17th Items that do not reach this office boforo.I '

atom Mr. Ledbetter came to the res- the neml-annual meeting; and arrangements Sunday. All ale Invited. Inst., both morning: and! evening. The you subscribe for the ADVOCATE noon on Thursday.

I rue with a number of ripe pineapples, were made to lay up the waits Sheriff J. P. Brown, was pleasant Rev. U. F. Brown IIf Tltusvllle, will\ rend ------------- -----.-.. -- ---- . -- .. .. .-- ..-- ILl "
Wch are better than anyway. much-needed work In the here this week and took the It'MMonsat both services, and delivera .
alligators, and near do future.some caller with him from KlsHlmmee., a boy special lecture at the evening service /., G+tG,4'.ttti' +>U..11.+ r.


PNEUMONIA AND' LA GRIPPE.Cougb. .- Mr. Sorrenson, who went to the hoe Mrs. Manning has returned to Brooklyn Seats free.

bit s cured quickly by Foley's Honey pital In St. Augustine some time ago, on N. Y., after spending the winter : The E. O. Card Cub: metat McMillan's H Frank Clark ,1
Tar Refuse aubstitutes. Red Hall ou Thursday last: Miss Claudia' Mc
has
cross account of a dislocated ancle, returned with Mrs. Poppell, of North Jensen. ; '
Pharmacy.Fort. here, and Is getting; along nicely. Million an'" hostess. The evening was
Mrs Jones mother of Miss Nettle
rl In 1.ea"antJ.y.spellt by the members present
the AnvnciATE
<, "''A .
I A5prev Due> found It absolutely necessaryto
Pierce. the doctors :Mr. Sorrenson' foot. cross, Oa., after spending several daysat by the bachelors on Thursday, _
amputate the Wayside Inn, with her daughter the 1 Hb, would close the meeting for CANDIDATE

Mr. Miss Kettle, the assistant teacher of the this season
and :Mrs. Martin left Tuesday FOR
I- on Clean Sweep. Jensen school.
I <" Detroit :Makes a I I
Mien.i .
Quite been There's nothing like doing a thing Dr. Wm. Coon has returned to Jensen : Notice. CONGRESSFKOM I
a number of mackerel have
i Caught here thoroughly. Of all the Salve you ever and we understand will open an THE
| lately heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salve Is the office here. The Dr. Is a good dentist -

John Miller, of Eden, was a pleasant best. It, sweeps away and cures, burns. and we trust he will do a good: business. IN TUB!: CIRCUIT( fOl'UT IN AXI- run

'.Itor to town on Tuesday. sore, bruises, cuts, bolls, Ulcers.. skin Hrevard County Florida. -I w I Second Disrtrict .

It's only 2.Tc; and R. Walker. John John C, Jones.
Mrs. Forest eruptions and piles. John R. Mint. 9
Hamor of Ankona was Mobbed The Grave.A .
guaranteed satisfaction by Red K A.Conkilnit and J. f. 1"' ". u and In their ,r I II
hopping ia town on Tuesday. ; to give; oapaeltjr M* County Cml'.loiier.. of lirevan of Florida .
Titusville. Incident Is narrated by ,
startling ,
Crpss Pharmacy, Count;, blonds,
I 311', and Mr*. Geo. Davis left, Satur- Jobn Oliver of Philadelphia as follows: V"MarlC.r..t t
day, for Xew Davis : akin ()..sale.To .
Jersey. Mr. en- "I was In an awful condition. My
Pgea Tax ASHeHHor'H! Notice.I Solicit Your Vote and Su.... r' I.In I.
In the oyster business here during was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue Marirairrt Good.* and toall persona Intercut- i .
the winter.Capt coated, pain continually In back and sides ed In or having (lien nnon the following des' the Democratic Primary.ON [) ,4

Rule was a pleasant visitor in will\ bo at the following places for the no appetite, growing; weaker day by day In' brevanloounty,wit.Florida that. tract to wits of Und(.;xnnmnnnIriit 1 lying,- I' x

loseho on his wife of assessing taxes for the year Three physicians had given: me up. Then where the north line of the nortuxaot. quarterfir .
v i is Sunday, on a visit to Mrs.. purpose I wall advised to use Electric! Hitters j to the northwmit tarter..f Hectlon. II.'"'...n.hlp FOLLOWING
i :,. Bending a few week with 100:1: : ?H H, KUIIK 87 K:, Intemevu" the waternof Indian
*. .... VVilsou. City Point, Friday, Aprllltb.Georgiana decided. River, run thence went. along north line of >alni <
Saturday, April KAU.Titnsville ( ..Dtlone touch MrTomkles held services last April 18th. use for three weeks, and am now a well line. tit Malit quarters theme ron Month along this. -=-.::::=--=-
Monday, luhilivlolon Iln.4O"chainn, th. southwest c."
y and In the I know robbed the of I
morning evening 19th. man. they grave .
LaGrange Tuesday, April nor of the southeast quarter of the nortbw nnnartcrnr ,
,
thodlst church. Large; congregations Wednesday April 20th. another victim." No one should fail to said. Heotlon II. thimre rnn ea.c nn
,
"ere In attendance. Haulover, 2nd.! try them. Only hOc/ guaranteed, at Red the ...ltdAYI.I"" line 10 cb.lnM. thence rnn mirth I Opposition to t
Merritt, Friday, April : Tltusvllle.Datle U': clialD. ,thence cant IHchilnl aoreor I.... to ''
.
ebTbe \beautiful pew launch lust pur- Banyan, Saturday, April 23rd.: Cross; Pharmacy, the wamra of Indian River thence ni,an the water edge northwesterly. to the point "f
Colonel Mon
Canaveral
addrom Joseph Jefferson by JyFAPQliTax
destroyed by tire on Tuesday :: County Land For Sale. to beginning'it. W.(/oods ssceptingabouttwowrsbelonging, Perfection Inter-State W83.'i

aoming. caused by some unknown ex- Assessor for Brevard County. You are hereby notified to be and appear ID''
-
tion, Captain Geo. Sanders and son, the Circuit Court In and for Brevaril' count, Federal Aid for I :
!: starting sale the northeast riorlila' ,at tie Clerk' office upon rule
were aboard and were Just BLOCKS. For cheap, quarterof .
WALTON SELF-LOCKING rune Ixiinff the Bin day. o( Jun. A. V. I'M to
for J den to haul the yacht out and Patented In all countrie Only tackle southeast quarter of section 3, town- bow what Interest you have In the dove dew'. Duty on
ant "" The son severely shaken kind in the world. Fit- ship 38, sooth of range 41 east; close. to erllie'l I..nl..d. to ehoweanM ...bylO: feet right
ip, bill bones block of the of way for a pnfallo road should' not be taken
luckily were broken or O. K. Wood' pineapple plantation on Rural Mail
no Roller
(Um ted with the celebrated VInton over ...i'l land ae preyed In the FlalntUTu'/ petition
M kgfl tione. ouuide of a evere wrench Bearer. Useful In any place where St Lucle River; 40 acre*. filed In thin aae. In toe Clerk' offliw, fur
his e ankle< and a few small burns on U done. With these block Also, the northeast quarter of north the nw of the Plaintiff u a right of way for a Ample Appropriations R
I eg,. hoisting do the work of two. east quarter of section 18, township 38, public road i or elite be forever barred.Onlerert .
one man can north. Call south of range 41 east; on south fork of at the Clerk' office at Tltn.Tlll Park
Fatal kidney and bladder troubles can Thousand sold in the Florida, tbia tbe Utb day of April A.V. I:M. Military
Lucle River 40 acres. Apply to
II order at this St. ;
"ays them la working (Seal cs.Ct.) BT,
be and see .A..A. BTEWA
h7'1 Prevented by the use of Fo- the store of .Jas.Pritchard A: CHAS. H. WALTOW, D !t.tiiii.) .... Clerk Circuit Cwrt.Ati'1 : I
Kidney Cure.. Red Crow Phar- office or THusvllle Fla for Complainant. elune-Ot -_ jrr- -.
mvJ Tltnrville. )
Tltuaville.F. Son,


I IJl







. -
_.........,_,.....__,. ,t._ "' ..



6 ,
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, APRIL 15. 1904.


When first! trucked the ICUVPH or tlies I. ,. ).
plants!! present a whitish, lookIng ". ''II' ;
dusty .
,
'. "IA. r ,
nppennnw. especially on the un .
1a' derHlde. and the lenves; will soon ). "
commence dropping. Tobnoco wnter 1 Is ,.

the bent remedy for green fly. although ,

tobacco leaf or stems or even a cigar' >.' j
"
thorolY/lhIY'drlpcl and rubbed Into a \ ,

fine powder and sprinkled on the plant ,".. ,.

Infested with green fly will generally! "\"t :, .." I

rid the plant of thorn. The latter ap r'u'., t, .,, ;' 0< _,.,.'

I I .plication la bent made after the plants ksoHyEuk ) '. )' '
1 I'j V ..5 have been recently sprinkled or ayrlnged Y ., ; :
,1.- .
.
all the tobacco dust!! adheres better 4r x'1.1"' 1y 1", '. ..<. .'j. I 1
:
when the foliage of the ; .' '. v
Our money winning book plant is!! moist C' fib : ,

written by men who know, tellyou -Cor. American Cultivator '. j ; ,: .
all about < "
.
:
I
An Aggravating Cough Cured.A *'j.-.. : r, ",f. .r- < '.
'
PotescshThey customer of ours who bad been : iI-. '". .'. *s .JKFLORIDA'" ..:' -

suffering from a severe cough for six ;., :, .--'I." : ....' :"'1-. j .
are needed by every man months, bought two bottle. of Chamber :
','. ,
who owns a field and a plow and Iain's + .
Cough Remedy from .
who desires to get the most out us and was a ,'. ,
entirely cured by one and a half bottlesof "" .. J
of them. .. .
They "/>r.. Send postal cord.GERMAN It. It gives perfect satisfaction with %; ;:. '" .
KALI WORKS our trade.Uayuen-Parker & Co., Llne- l' ..' ., I .
New Y...._S 9Atlaata. _. /w 1. villa, Ala. For sale by all druggists and r ....
.
.
C_sejt ... ..... St. medicine dealers.Protection t :
.
.... .. .. _. . ,,
'u' ,
11 ......tJilllNlLE ..H '__''' . _. .. For Smnll Shrub. .

-.- Winding a bit of burlap) tightly about Tri-W eeldy Sailings .
the utalk and limbs of n shrub does

Free and not afford needed protection( In glitter.;
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
Accented Masons Such a plan In fact ulords( very little

|If any protection as an exchange': has
pointed out. It la a good (plnn to put Calling at Charleston. S. C., both ways)

straw or hay about the slutib in the The Finest in the Coastwise ServiceThe
EAST
Indian No. 90 manner shown ut A, then wrap tightly Steamships COAST

River// '' TitusvilleLodge. / Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

A Direct Service Between
;
/Ng Florida. r Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
Holds Its inentingfl the nooond and fourth Fri RAILWAY.
day of each month m their rain Indian Illver A.
Uowil,Titus -ilia at 7:31)o'clock p. in. (Calling at Charleston. S. C., both ways) ....
T. If.Saucier, Worshipful Master. 81CMI-Wt1:KLY SAILINGS
F. A. Morgan Senior Warden. A outhbound......... .. ........... .. .. ....,.. ... ... .. .......... ..from Lewis Wharf, Boston
WAY TO mOTECT BIIUU liB. .. ... ..... .. .. .... .
M. 8. Sarno.Junior Warden. Northbound:- ... .. ... ... .from foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville
J.J. M.R. Walker Dixon Trammrer.Henretary.: with burlap and tie us shown at D. .- New Time Card In Effect March 30 Will Appear In

J. n. lllaok.Chaplain.C. By tills plan the roots are well\ protected Clyde St. Johns River Line.IeHnry ,
M. Taylor Han lor Duaoon. often the very part of the shrub
1 R. K. M l ale, Junior/ Doaoou.
C. H. Walton, 8enlo.Steward. that most needs PI'Qtl'ctJon..unl. u body ( Line.) Next Issne. For Information Relative To
A. A, Stewart, Junior Steward. of bent kept inside the covering that is BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. .
.
P. WJloliert.il,Tyler.F.
M. Wooten Marshal. not easily tlinslpated. The form shown Stopping at PaUtka, Actor, St. Francis Itoresfnrd (I> Land), and intermediate landings -
la also n protection against buffeting on tile St.John's River. Trains, See Ticket Agent

by the wind ui the big base! makes STEAMER "CITV OF .JACKSONVILLI3.:
the shrub Immovable and also Is appointed to sail as follows i Leave Jacksonville, Sundays. Tuesday and Thursdays, 3:30 p. m..
FAVORITE DE'JTZIAS. : keeps Itoturnini, leave "Mnnl'ord' \1o&1d.YII, WednoHduys and k'rldays, 0:30 a. m.
any weight of snow from resting upon .
Suuth-I'o"o<1 North BotmdRcad
Caeful I'nr O," HI"><>r I ITKoiolnl ,in-r. For the shrub. down. SCJlEDULE Read up '

),' turd. l. Leave. 84 1'.11.. .............. ....... .. ...Palatka:......... ........... ...... [....a... 8 CO p. m.
: irtrBiiirt.:: : l.olli. I t': ,, null, 1',1' Deafness Cannot lie Cured Leave 3011..a. tu. ........ ..... ... ... AM1or ....... .... ....... ..... Leave 2301'. tai
low /rnwlllTtu.; .*.II1P i "l.r.shnilm. \',..".'" II!! by local Leave 430 e. w. ........... .............Ht. Francl................ .... .... ... Leave 100 p. m
applications, as they cannot Leave. ... .... ..:.. ...Berenlnrd (U.Laud. ) .. ........ ...... Leave 1200 hUOO. '.
!! r"ui.irnl'l"' 1'01''I': LIHII.y each the dloeasod portion of the ear. .rive. 830..m.. ......;.... ... ........ &rnrunl..n ... .......... .... ....Leave 9aoa. .... '
anll riroi11v.il 1 liloor.i. There Is only one way to cure Deafness, Al rive 10:00: a. nt. ....:... .................10nteq.rlxe.. ...... .. ...... .............Leave 10 00 a. m. I

The dwarf .t- Itxln (Ofnull'-i! : bas been and that Is by constitutional remedies.. Gen'I Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. -- ,.
called tUiUuuty. uf tlic il.-ut/.l'i: Piirully Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition :; ; ,
of the mucous lining of the Kustnchlan 11'. M. IRONMONfUCtl: ,JK., Ace!.Gen. Pa Afri. 204 Next Kay 8t..raokBonvllle. Fla.W.i.CUUI'hRJrLucal'Ftt ', '. /. ;dire..
and is "
!! 0:' of the !\)<" : A Jupknonvllle O. LOVtl.L, Suierlntjndent
Tube. When ; | '' '
.forms a low round buuli, covered cnrlyDEUTZIA this tube gets inflamed b Huiran St..Jack.nnvlll ,Fla.A. ; ", -J -.
you have a rumbling sound or ..C. HAOKRTV, Oen'l Eiutt'n Pan*. Ant. New York CLYDE! MILNK, fieri. Frt. Agt.,New York. .
+r ., Imperfect hearing, and when it Is entirely T1IKO. W. IUKICieue.al; Manager WM. f CI.YIIIC. <:<>., General Agents.Clien ,,.'
closed Deafness is the result, and unless bruuili llullilinic. 1U State St.. Opposite Battery Park New York. '.. ; :
I thelollammatlon can be taken out C. \VAI.'rON.1 Agent, Tltwtvllle. Fla.Atlantic 10or.
and this tube restored to its _. "
\ normal condition ------------------------------- \ .: ,
hearing/ will destroyed forever; I .
t I nine cases of ten are caused by catarrh, : '. ;. -S.
\ which Is nothing but an Inflamed .' ". ;:; .. .I, ,
condition Coast Line .
.
\ .
'
R'y. :' .
of the mucous sinfncos. Wo will .... \\
'
) '
.' .:
give Due Hundred Dollum' for any cacti .' '.. ..:\. 'J .
of DeafaeBH (caused by catarrh) that cannot .' { .: '.. ,, '. J ;. .
.
be cured by Hall's Catarrh -- .
Cure.
The Great Through Car Line from Florida. J --
Send for circulars .
tree. F. J. Choency '
'fc Co Toledo, O. Sold by druggists/ 7.;;o .

Hull's Family I'llU are the best. TO THIS EAST. ,t. .., :_ ,. .... .. ..)
her its own rallH to Hiivannah, Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thence .. - r' tlurtlrutliirnl! .. via the rennaylvnnlajtailroad. .' .

The) Unitwl Kingdom now consumes .. ,

jri.OOO.Ouo: ) worth of hit mass. u year.Threcfuurths TO TilE WJ ST. ,
of the supply cornea from The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio it. K.

4 the Cnniiry Islands and the balance t
from the Went Indie. TO THE EAST VIA STEAMSHII.

The Walnut O rowers' association of 1 TIa Savannah and Ocean Steamship! Com panv' for New York PhllndeUIhla Bos
ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore. Via Sa.vaaiinh .
southern Cullfornlu has offered anaward and MerchauU' and Miners' Transporttalon Company fur Haiti- 0'\04 ..",..-...-.",,-- ...... ...- .. S.-- .,. ?-- -"-- -
I of $:'JO.OK( ) for a practical means \ .
more aud l'blladelplil. ,4" ...
of controlling the disease known as I ,. CL r oiT fr
LKMOINK1. walnut blight or bncterlosls.Herrlen rs fYY"'t
..
TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Via .
to the summer with most .graceful of couuty Mich.. Is. reputed oneof "1/ -.. .. ..-.--...... -_

Ingle white flowers, and la very useful the greatest fruit producing regions!! Peninsular & Occidental Company. ..-...":/j. t" $ boJLrAE/fl 171rJjttUk'U

also for forcing pot culture.nnl Raster!! of the middle west Ita receipt! this "' } )
Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points fflC'ACZ
decoration.Deutzla year from berries' peaches, apples %Mr 'IU\\\\I !\\\ f1'G't

lemolnel is!! an elegant cross grapes and pears being over 1000000. 11
from gracllls. Is dwarf and tree flower- The Washington dewberry or Oregon MILEAGE TICKETS.: n j

Ing. but said to be even finer for forcing! evergreen blackberry its/ It Is called. Interchangeable mileage; tickets good( over 13,000 miles!! of among the principal ''rC/ r ng"wihsr

t and more hardy for outdoor planting. bnd a little boom the past fall. railroads In the southern etatoe,,. re on sale by tho principal agenU. cows it

A' California Is said to have discovered For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, a4; RiCt1KONALOOLIV

1 Shad For verlrre.n. In Winter. somewhere In southern Europe an FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Commercial At.( W. D. STARK, Tru. Paso Agt.

i A consideration of the effect of win Insect enemy of the codling moth that, 138: West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA. !
i:I. Dl. EMEUSON Tralllo M W. J. CIIAIO Oen'l.\ Pace /
ter sunshine on trees and shrubs haled a it is hoped will do away with spraying :: WILMINGTON.oD3j/er.; N. C. Agent. ,; .f4s

a Country Gentleman writer to remark In thin country If It can be successfully LXA&-cJ.

bow much better evergreens! Ret rearwlllere. _. -.-- -- --- CITY A
through a winter if sheltered from the : KARR'e
It la!! estimated by railroad officials.
sun. He Bays: I have seen gardeners that 25X; ( )(> cur loads of oranges and SE JB<>.A.1RD: eA:
erect board fences!! on the north Hide of lemons, valued at about $17.000,000/ Ch/ttlll

rhododendron beds to keep off the blustering ;. will\ be shipped from California to eastern LINE RAILWAY.FOR J
winds. This ID all right, but 1 It markets!! this ..eason.Consumption. AIR .
would' be better to put them up on the I

southern side. I nui sure they woulddo
more good there. Rhododendron t R GJ 6GRG '

leaves have the power of curling up 1 In COLLIPCI
cold weather lessening their surface. SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND

of foliage a wise provision of nature WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, ,;!
to prevent the loss!! of moisture. Bright BlAc'llJ

sunlight Cannes them to unfold which Pat a r _
la against their well doing. I strongly Two Elegant Trains Dally V.AJIliAlf
advise the shading of shrubs aud tree The only kind of consumption SMOOTH RUN
Seaboard Mail.
Seaboard
which bave been injured In former winters to fear is neglectedconsumption. Express, .,.tUp

tender.or which are suspected of beliig ." MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. 1 SOUTHERN J tlCK

that ONLY LI N E Operating Daily Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. "
The evergreen magnolia rhododendrons People arc learning con :

kalmlns and evergreens of a sumption is a curable disease. ToRAILWAY

coniferous character even If usually It is neglected consumption For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent J fagatifiusVASHINGTON.
hardy will have much brighter looking Seaboard writeA.
foliage when winter Is over If they can that is so often incurable.At or NEW YORK II ASHVILLE and
O. MACDONELL. Asm. Oen. Pass. Agt. .8. C. BOTLSTON, Pass. Agt. I
be
kept shaded/ purtlnlly at least. When the faintest suspicion of and the EAST. I HOT SPRINGS. N. C.
la beds",, as many of these subjects often JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.GllIE 1

are, It la not hard to shade them by consumption get a bottle of CINCINNATI CHICAGO. "THE LAND OF THE SKY:

t/ placing evergreen boughs over them Scott's Emulsion and begin -' The NORTH and WEST.. || *... "The Sapphire Country."
and even single specimens on a )Inwn doses. BO YEARS*
can often be benefited In the name regular EXPERIENCE i W"_.
way "" '
The use of Scott's Emulsionat LA .J' ....1\T'S3f".P'\ .'SlpS'

AlVh9. f>.. H...
Car of llouie Plants.Colder once has, in thousands of( ,

weather moans Increased fire the balance in 1 .'T"'iMN RAILWAY. N. ... CART. 0.- _... .....a
heat the latter also meaning an 1 increased cases, turned Pneumonia follows La Grippe 10. W au Swati _....... PL.a .
of health. I hut never follow. the use of / a,. Tv... P,. T w..Mme D. Co .. .
aridity or drynens of the atmos favor ,.. a. H. H" _..... O. P.ti _...., '
t p4 .
T.no.
.
A. a. P.
phere. The latter condition will probably TMADC MARK A..rl.ar 0.
consumption
Neglected
1 Honey
r Induce a visit from inflect pests DeSIGNSCO""R'GMTW
on bouse plants unions precautions arc not exist where Scott's Emulsion FOLEY'S. Ac. -. --. -
and Tar Aevoe.eeadlne *ttrh and dmatntlon n rn
taken to prevent their appearance. is.Prompt. ,eleelf ascertain our oiNDIntlnn frw wh tbr ma
.IUT. II p"b.bl ..hl' i, ('(lntluan.....
Green fly nnd red pawn !
spider are most to ......
of Scott's Emulsion H.tt1ou"ftottf.L HANDBOOK: 1' .JOB
be feared pHpeclnlly the latter as their use I'stops the Cough and heal. the lQDrre..Dta sent fr... llld:t Hininoy fur.'-e.rnrpa.ne.. PRINTING
Pu aw t. thnHiHh Mann Cu. .
rtftriat olT .
nrpenrance U!! not us easily detected aa checks the disease while it Pneumonia and Conramptlon.KB. HattM, without.h.......U tb.

that of the aphis, or green tiy. Copious can be checked. .Q. TAOKBB, ol 157 Oicood st" CUeaoswrltwt Scientific Jlm rl\an. .

sprinkling and syringing! with cold water "., wit. had la ...ripp sad talaft.... A*.ni1 om.ty lltnirtr txl .....11I,.. |.r. rt .'rralAtton Executed at the office of the
U. the best preventive for the attacks S.Dcll",(m..mpl I,with a Try bad .oa.K en her lane whlok of any rl nUllo } and T rm.. $3t a
of the BO culled red spider. Snlvl- Ho..t use TAB ... ...,! foar montlw,IL ;bj Jl n..de.aw.
"tCnTT A MOWN, rh.mUrt., Toux' car*! .1. I Iwcla EAST' COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFIC)
n*. fuchsias roues and cimmtion are 409-41} Pearl Rtr' .... New York ICed Cross riiariuncy. IJN &_Co 'I18 r s aw.Wa rG.f: k
Ant favorites with this little all a
peen ty Ism' and .00\ drugjlits.



.
I



,

.,..
,I
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. APRIL 15. 1904. 1 I'
.
y I ; II. 1h,

JACKSONVILLE: .i'fir, .. : \ Vi'I',

I ',;: ;, ''

INDSOR HOTELJACKSONVILLE'S. i; ;,. I

1
FINEST AND FLORIDA'ST.AROEST 'II' ;(

AND REST 'YE R.ROUND HOTEL. Sil JUAN HOTEL1 "J I"'i'! .': i,j

. '
i'
.. .
', ;:,"'-": '.'. '" :", .
.r- .
....
'
,-- .--.. ... I ,:
I .., r.arI \'!\\ ". ..,

.., ,<''

w._ ORS..iaE: .N'DO., FLOEID..E .. :

.
\ '.' ,. : .
; .
D Iigr ,.
41: '

I 'r fi rrr. ,. ti'rrr'' ." ,. K' 1 I'' #
} "
.1 .
: ; '
"' '
"h
< .. ,
r --P rl .> I\,'" t.
,
.
; I
; ;
I>
r ll all ',,'..;.I', ) .' ,' .r.
'


,y1 L ROOlnsith Baths., Electric Elevator, \


,:. I !,/

j ,\ ', '. .,"" .
".
'I.
1 .'"J .. ,' .' ;.!.;. 'Ii
:, ,1 :
1..' "

CULLEN3. OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS.PVAL .
DODGE A 'I I ';,
-' ( {

1''k' V ', J (V'I
'
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE: \ :
I
t t.t
.
\ )"" t
'" r "S ."4(, t.
n' /
y
Opposite postoffioe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and tey.. r I $ .- r y P Ir\ I !
r / .
," '. .
,.
novated. Newly furnished\hron hollt. Llb'orally conducted .. .. ''' '. ., : ,f"' I I"f
; '
/
,('. "v :
and
% Horse Racing i
Hates 2.50 per day and up. ; ? i

"j f :: : week. \\\11
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. Good Roads Polo every I,

t .tI

IESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE i 4 .

FLA.
i

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open !
." I i
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water I'' :

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All .
\ HARRY L. BEEMAN Owner and Manager. 4

street cars pass the door. Rates, j.OO to$2.50 per day. 4 rr, ,.

Mrs. A. J.WALKER, Proprietor .:" '\. '"

_. .. ..-- --- -. -.--- -.----- .--- .\ .f.
-- -- -
.
.. .. I -- -
--- -
--- >
19! East Forsyth Street, --'- ;' ---I NI'W: YORK
The findle >.A.r NA. I
JACKSONVILLE: FLA. __ '___
.

modern. Hotel Marlborough ;
Every department
and
American European.: v .
Near all car lines. Hates, $2 to $2.fiO:! per day. > i + 1'
s: S. Broadway, :'KUli and' 37th Streets, NEW YORK.
European plan, 73cts $1 and up, one person. SSN with electric lights. Coo-
[11 e.CDtoI.. ... 400 Room 200( bath roonm.. Lighted entirely
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. !!!' .. dx r an"I"managed under the personssupervision
"' "C, I.:. n :; ducted on American and European plans,
0 .
:: n' of the owner
vampN .r. j
.... "''C/J&. ;. E. 8. CIIOWELL, Manager.
Main and Adams Streets, 2 --. -- --
Cor. .. -- --
e. 11.
New Victoria .. "
:c
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ._. ... c-: .. Yendome Uroldwayand4htMtreet,
Hotel
=
"' .
JACKSONVILLE'S NEW MODERN HOTKL e Q. > ._ NKW YOaK CITY. .i
Everything new; centrally located; elegant suites with private baths. z p 1in So..4. :::z baths and toll /\
Hates American $2 to $3; European, rooms 75cta and upwards. Lo ? ; + rlHEI'nOOF.00:i<) rooms, single and en unite, with private d
: }? t J and with
() large rooms :
$1.RO
Travelers.R. 0. y =. KUIIOI'KAN: PLAN (food room ;
_
Special Rates to Commercial roL ; v romiitt. t
R1XLER, Prop. Formerly Prop River View Hotel op.- : j-r y nr rJ _... prlvttte but h #:2.RH per| day and upwards. The management In under the per
: URUEN, Manager
of = it < Munal supervUlon' of the owner. FRANK
-- -- z -s= T.- .-.- _--
-----
235: West Bay St. .... ?'" N/O.. a.. R 0 .- ... 'V It,- I-'A.
-" IJIIYN lUA
The Everett Hotel Cars direct from depot, !J .-.. : '> '
i1n
JACKSONVILLE: FLA. r go is. ,
irlt i
.a" e

Centrally located. Thoroughly Repaired and Renovated. ...... O -a. b.. r ab Mawr DRYN MA Wit, I
CI o .m. The Hotel PENN,
-EUROPEAN PLAN- ,...., .IJq ;;", .. N+1A Bryn

Large, Fee Rooms, $1.00 and $160 per day. Special! Rates by week. o. .... _.. .B.
... '" &
H. MASON, Proprietor. r [
en p 5 i (Absolutely Fireproof.)
'" '"

The New Travelers Hotel, JACKSONVILLE:: FLA. rrJ"tJ x G a etr" 04 ,t H

Plan- r""i h OPF.N JTTNK TO OOTOUKH.LKLANI For term eto., .address fIIKYN ;
. -On the American and European g 3.
furnished and renovated. A pleasant :rrJ A p 1!: Poao
Newly )
Under new management. E j vPt
and $2.60 European, 60cU ;:" !
$2.00 ; :
family home. Rates: American Plan, u-' :
I Station stop at the door.II. ", ) HTERUY, Manager
and up. All oars form Union g 0 ;; .
W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. t .,. 1'_
Hotel at Green Cove Springs, Is under the m w _
The beautifully\ located Riverside PENN. \
.
same management.ST. : MAVVK,

._ _.___ _. -.. ----- .. --. --# -- -- '
__ -
___ _
______ .__ m m- -- '--. -- ----
AUGUSTINE : : 1C IA M 1 I:.H 11A LA 1C I:, K. V. .i.iKI

'rITUSVIiembler : L MS. __.



yon 6UIJDln6 Cottage, TITIJ YJL.lI( : FLORIDA. lameS h a Inn I KIAMKSHA': SULLIVAN LAKE, COUNTY NEW: ,YORK. ,



OPPOSITgP0&TOFFCBnedpLAZA kINO AND ST. OIOROB TRleTS ji, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA Open All the Year. Gout Buaid and Attention. I

Mont: ....ntr.110..tloD In the ..It,.. Strictly fireproof.to June. Bl Acl.lr ty fine. .room. .bo...well. Reasonable KaU-s. This "New Jtockledgo" of the North, nestles In the mountain. by the
November
furnUhed. Room oulr. Open
Ida of a beautiful 2,000 feet above sea level. .
:= Station Titii vllle.\
:: Two doors from F. E C. Railway '> ( '

OKMOND BEACH. Exquisite: climate. All modern convenience Large airy rooms..
MRS. A. J, SF.MBLER, Proprietress. '
rI .
1 ".., Bowling Alleys, Golf and Tennis. -
.4
-
---
4.
- ---- --
I I The Inn, AT ORMOND BEACH, FLORIDA. --- -- -- -- - JKN8KN.WAYSIDE Moat reasonable rates, '. +


'
Car line from Ormond Station to Hotel JEVSEN, FLA. H. H. SHARES, Proprietor..
Open December to May. INN <
New England help. .:*.00 per day; 17.50 per week. Centre Pineapple Belt. Yn

ANDERSON A PRICE HOTEL COMPANY, Proprietors. tt UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.; 'CQ|, -;,
WM. S. KKXSKT" Manager. Choice location on the! bank of the Indian River. Wear; the ocean. Larji IF YOU WANT A...
-' foliage. Excellent fishing and bunting. Term., 4 1
=::: grounds with tropical .
---
-- to 92.60 per day. Special: weekly rate
DAYTONA. CHA8 M. COSS, Proprietor Lot
.Building ,
T
,
--------- -- -- ..
}
The DAYTONA. FLORIDA. WIIITK I4I'II INGS. I
Ridgewood, or alo't with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY"r .1'

LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE, 4". '
In the Sooth. -"r '
Located on Ridgewood Avenue-the most beautiful avenue the house. ': PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN, ,1
Private Bath.. Electric Lighted. Northern help throughout The Hamilton WHITE SPRINGS, FLA. -::.tfo:y 1,
Orchestra. E. D. LANOWORTUY, Proprietor. We'probably: bare for ala Just what you are seeking.
I Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If you are
== .''f t'f 'r:
Hotel :
-New, Modern nigh-Clan looking this way, drop a line to

ADVOCATE and get all the ON THE OLD SUWANEE.RIVER.. 1 ,: lVlce.Pre.ldent, '
INGRAHAM,3
Subscribe for the Flout mineral spring In the world. Greatest health resort In the "r< JAS. E. I k
1 America. Write for booklet to JLOREDA EAST COAST IVY
South. Finest quail shooting In 1" i'
J, week. JNO. S. BOWEN, White Springs, Fla. ST. AUGUSTINE. FT..A.
News of the East Coast every ,

.






PL r..,.,1.,", .L.:7': .......: o,...



h

? .

.









i R EAST CO A. bT ADVOCATE APRIL 15, 1904.f' .

1 .. .
.Y -- \

n.vvvvvvvvvvmvvvvvlnvvvnvvvvvvvvvvvmvvvvvnFire m NEWSY LETTER FROM WEST T r. A. MORGAN. ... G. WALTON.
? {; it ..
(
"
/
: Insurance : VIRGINIA. MORGAN & WALTON, .

+ JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, ..

41 West Bay Street, !If Your House Goes Up In Smoke and $a111PF : Clinton, W. Va., April 3,1004, FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS. 1

JACKSONVILLE::! FLORIDA. |you loose everything It Is your own .t: : Editor Kant Coast Advocate TItusvUIe, Fla.Reprelentlng .

Largest stock In this section of country,'. fault. FIRE INSURANCE sufficient Dear Sir Another baa' rolled
; _.,jf"' ., : :- year r NSURq
Established In 18U8.( !to cover the value of the property pond .. ..: .. --., .. around, and the time has come to eltbei c
Send for .... r. ." renew subscription t.o the ADVOCATE .
descriptive catalogue.BARGAINS
household effects should be carried '4 : : ONCE
::': \ ; '. : or stop the paper, which I cannot think
Rates are not high. The companlel' v., -1' t:: ..
; of doing. Through the medium of the
] we represent! are solvent, reliable and .. Irar -\ .. :: neway pink paper I keep in close touch The Liverpool A London Jk Globe s I A Ili

_ liberal. All Claims promptly paid. s..A34+., (: +t .... with the movements of my friends and Insurance Co. h _! If
Write us for rates on property. --- ti ..
your
la old Titusville and
acquaintances good
Don't neglect to take out a policy. . >J.:;.J,., :: other towns along the East Coast. The Hartford Fire Insurance Co.

Schuyler & Wilson----:: .-a :: I know whether the good ship Rose TheEtna Insurance Co. e T o
Marie with Jack Laflln at the
-IN- Captain The Continental fire Insurance Co.
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. helm-with her crew of Eastern gentle
men on board, to slay the ducks and The Home Insurance Co., of N. Y."WHAT CAN'T BE CURED

GASOLINE MARINE ENGINES I .AAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.uAAAAAUUUAAAu AAA catch tbe fish-goes; and comes. Ie also The Phenix Fire Insurance Co. MAY BE ENDURED..
Informs me about what your crack shots

I Messrs. Brady, Branning, Rollins and The Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. It you're Insured, for then the wlp
CHURCH NOTICES.
BREVARD COUNTY SCHOOl many others have been doing to the The
We are offering special prices for thE I BOARD.The quail, duck, wild turkey, deer, etc.I Pennsylvania Insurance Co. Ing out of your, house, shop of factory
The
next 30 days on- Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Divine am glad to know, through the ADVOCATE Georgia Home Insurance Co. by fire means only a temporary I Inconvenience
service on Sunday next In St. Johns that Tltusville is Improving so The Rochester-German Insur. Co.

KNOT, church, Eau Gallle at 11 a. m. and 7:30 Board much, and that the orange groves of Norwich Union Fire Ins. Society. -your loss Is made good/: and

i>. m. 4 met Monday morning, Aprl iI Messrs. Brown, Brady I veil, Oaulden Northern Assurance Co. of you can start afresh with the
DEMOOY and 1904. Present J. M. Dixon, Chairman, and others are In a nourishing condition Eng. money
GHANT-FERRIS Rev. J.Logan Sampleof Orlando,ITla., R. N. Andrews, J. E. Fultz, and K. E Niagara Fire Insurance Co. any of our staunch and sterling Insurance _

.. <. will hold divine services at the Presbyterian Mimi, Secretary. Minutes of last meet You are very fortunate, Indeed, not toe Fidelity fe; Deposit Co. of companies will
Maryland
church Titusvllle Ing were read and approved. Tb, pay you prompt
Morino on Sunday have had some weather like ours. Winter
: E.n.gl.n.OS.:
next, at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. Treasurer's report for month of March. commenced on the 17th of November "Surety Bonds..' ly on proof of ]olla.
ll>04, was received read and found '.
cor
and Is This
not over yet. morning
Rev. W. F. Shoemaker will preach In
reot, and redeemed warrants
duly can -Easter Is and the
We stock and make the Methodist church In Mlms next Sunday Sunday-It snowing,
carry a large can celled. The following bills parser ri
were J. K.
_ ground la white; and It is getting colder H. JMACE..
11 the Methodist WALKER
at a. m. and in
; prompt deliveries. Write for prices.Also oburch, Titvsville,; at 7tO:: p. m. All.are for payment.TeachAI'1I8a1arlell.. and freezing hard, with the prospect of ,

; cordially Invited to be present.Rev. It. Mime ....... ...(1800 o a colder night. '
:'i It. 8vi|>t. for Jvlirch 700/ and J
This has been the most R WALKER
.>. M. Dlxon per 4llera, to longest i & CO.
J, B. Hawk will preach at Mel R.N. Andrew.,per Horn and ...... BO revere winter we have had for many
..M. bourne, Sunday, April 17th, at 11 a. m.' J. E. Fultz. per diem and mileage....... 23 'I''o years. I was very sorry I Indeed that I -DEALERSIY_
< ; VAPORIZERS, Also at Georgians at 7:30 p. m. Topto John Florida Henry star tYl'owrltlnjmill printing financial statement for. pub... a 2 01 01 could not get down to dear old Florida M

SPAnK PLUGS, for the Epworth League devotional meet- O. E, "m".clerk for March. 28 an and enjoy her balmy atmosphere and thee Dry Goods
Ing to be bold at each place: "The transforming }t. E.Mlmn,frt.exp"post and Inn exp.... 8 /HiKHjrnir sport that Is to be obtained both on land ; ,
DYNAMOS, of Christ." >n*vl8,:janitor for No.0 .,... Clint IX and
water
,
power ( &Co.,textbooks .... /50.: t<
MAGNETOS, American Hook Cn ,text nnnkM ........... 01 2 I hope to be with you next winter. Furniture '
FOR ALL KINDS Ol"! JOB PRINTING .M. H.JnneH I no.expo No.4 .... 21 a I Perhaps' we can meet at$&. Louis this ,
AT COS'f'The I'eterltaulersonInc exp. No. 18. 6 91K. I
remember tho ADVOOATH office. n. Ountufrson. 41... 2101 summer. Yours truly 1.
... EAII'r('OA""r ADVOOATB,prtir.lucr.licln .... 4 lH. K, Joint J. JACOB.' Shoes etc. ,
- - I
.0 Seats. Hunk tlnoul agent services.. 25/ II K(, r
Hank of Vort I'lercA" r' ,. .. 113: !I
?
Florida Motor Co ONE CENT A WORD. O. K,Henry Dnren,Ino.trees exp ocmimlHiiiou. No. 2.........., 044/a1(I HJoliu ] INSPECTORS OF ELECTION{

AGENTS J FOR-

DATTONA FLORIDA. $4u3' m i The following/ were recently appointed '
Advertisements In this column will be
Inspectors for the Primary Election on
Special Tax School Dint No 1. CONTINENTALTAILORING.CO.
.. m _____ inserted at the uniform rate of One TORch or. salaries... ..... SIS Ot(]I the 10th of May; +
Cent a Word. No advertisement, how Hauling) pnpilft.... .. .......... twin 0 1st L. K. 'I i
LeGrange
:rt.. L. ::LWOTLO""VV": veer small, loss than 20 cents, cash in I John Henry,traita.oounnlsston. y: J. T. Precinct Feaster, Richard Rocker, W.Myers W., .
atlranca each iiutertlon. Orders for discontinuance I tSoJTfW,
Ballard Cleik.
A ,
1r must be made In
writing. Special Tax School Cist No 2. 2nd I'l'eolocr( Tit.usvlllc, C. A. S'ewart, i
/Herid: check order to THE BEST CLOTHES. \
money or stamps Teachers saUi'les .. sno.noHnnllnv I J.. A. Brady, G. F. Duren, E. II. Rice,
1 EAST COAST ADVOOATR:,Titusvllle,Fla. pupil.. ....... 4A OC I I Clerk. r
John Honry truni. cominlxBlorm .. TOM
3rd,. Precinct, City Point B. F. Bonl l,
CHOICE PIECES OF REAL ESTATEfor
John R Walker & Co
sale by E. A. Waddell teal estate *6O2: lit I J 1) Hatter John Chancey Geo. E. ,
Special Tax School Dlst No 3.T.iwhers Chester, Clerk.
IIIII(1 dealer Miami, Fla. ..".....Ie... 2111 0(1IfaulliiKpnpiU 4th Precinct. Uockledge.; J P. Cooper, TITUSVILLE.

.J,.., Hors I J l Wooten, John }[. Sanders: A. C. -,- --. ,
- -
1 BOY WANTED learn the John Henry,treat?commUnlrnu,.. ...... 244
( to Printing Johnson, Clerk. ................................................... ;
Business. Must be a fair scholar and $277 41 1 5th Precinct Kau Oallle.J. E. M. Hodg ..
F. A. Morgan, ....,...... E. R. BUkewood, Registered Druggist.
sharp,-Apply at this office. Special Tax School Dint No.4. son, Frank Shaw: Geo. Houston, J..T.Snell .

Teachers Ralarlcm....... ....... 9160 on, Cleik.Oth i
SINGLE Comb White Leghorns bred U"l1nKIIIII'IIII, ., HA 0(1( Precinct, Melbourne, C. J. F. r
John Henry,treon ooininUalons........ 4 ifl
orjeggs,vigor; and beauty. Eggs; $1.00 Campbell, L. A. Peek; C. "r. Me Bride,
for 13; ; $2.75 for 30. A. T. Hogarth/ 249.ia, Geo. Brown Clerk.

Stuart, Fla. 3-51 ...... .. 7th Precinct Malabar, O. W. Wash iRED I |
Total. Imiua. ..... ... ..,,..- &2.01941 PHARMACY
; t ; burn !". A. Drake, W. P. Arnold E. B.
Mr. Andrew Froscher
!!"r was appointed a Arnold, Clerk. .
STORE TO r.ET-In the ADVOCATE Special 'fax School Trustee for the last
8th Sabastian Paul
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, Building, Tltusville, Fla. suitable Precinct Kroegel, i .
district, to supply the vacancy caused by S. A. Path, G. B. Hail, Geo. Braddock, TITUSVILLE. FLOKIUA.A
Ales, Stout, Etc. for any kind of btiHlnes*.-Apply to by the death of Rev W N. Chaudoin. Clerk

B3T)Send me your ordersl! C. II. Walton, ADVOOATB office. There being: no further business the Ot.Ii Piecinot, Fort Pierce, A, B. Lowry, Complete Stock of- :

TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA Board adjourned to meet In regular sea W. P. Anders, J.. A. Alderman, F. M. i PURE DRUGS AID DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES i
OVEn FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL- lion on Monday morning May 2, 1004.Attest. Tyler Clerk. B

ton's Rapid Calking Tools now In use J. M. Dixon 101 h Precinct, Eden, W. R. llardre, J. : fOT Prescriptions I Filled\ With thetwostCateandl'romprttade."t(31 <<
J. L. lIOOLEY.TI'.l'USVILI.E. by boat owners In the United States. R. E. Mlms, Chairman. '1'. Waters, Clerk : ; :

Price $''.00 and $:::1.00 each, at the AD Secretary 11 h Precinct, Ft.. Drum II. L Parker, :
WE WANT YOUR TRADE.. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER
---- .
:
FLA. VOCATR office, Titusvllle, Fla. M. .W Knight, G. W.Dl'awdy,a. A. Hall,
FLORIDA OSTRICHES. Clerk. : Choice Line o'f Cigars, Stationery! :School Supplies, Perfumery Brushes o.
Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kalsoniinlng 121.h Precinct, Narrows Felix Poppnll Toilet Articles Shoulder Braces, Fine Candles, and all other articles! kept :

Staining. Finishing and PaperHanging IF YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY C. J. Reams, Win. Ream, Thos. L. Jef- i by up-to-date drug stores. e<
at the most reasonable price along the East Coast. Improved or unImproved tars, Clerk B3T" We drive prompt and careful attention to all mail orders o
to the the Tribune
consistent with good woikmanidilp. and send full description price New Referring Uartford Cono.above, publishes\ the :following 13th Precinct, Oeorglana/ P. II. Whit **++*....NNN.NN..NN.NeN.NNN.NNNNNsITTUSVILL

terms. No charge unless I effect from the of Mis.II. R. Jones. feld, ('has Provost, A. B. Carter, E. V. ------- ---- ---------------- ----- -- --- -
All Work the East Coast sale. C. Buckruan Jacksonville Fla. pen
on a who Is l visiting; her daughter Mrs. Wm. Hall Clerk. :: :: :: x.rvJEI.:: ::: : .Y ST.A.DL .
14th Precinct, Merritt, T. If. Sanders,
M. Brown, of Titusvllle:
.;j Is Especially Solicited. WIlY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, "At Jacksonville, while waiting for: a J. D. Same, II, S. Sams, D. S. Nesbltt,
Let know what and when you can buy tbe best Self-Lock:! r Ib
mot want get Cleik.
you my train south, we visited the ostrich farm, FEED AND SALE aa SADDLE HORSES
lug Tackle Blocks at the
estimate on It. Prompt attention nearly same the only one In the country, east pf Call. 15th Precinct, Canaveral X. N. Penney
given to all work. price Now In use in the United Frank Wilson, Henry Wilson VV. ;' "
States Army and Navy Departments fornia. It was a most interesting elflit. ...STABLES... ; BUGGIES,
E. Chandler Clerk.
half enclosure hundred ,
In a acre were two
Examine them at Pritchard & Sons, or 16th Precinct Uaulover G. Nolle M.Orlffla .
the or more of these huge birds, standIng BAGGAGE SURREYS,
ADVOCATE office. Titusvllle.
William Hindlo W. Watton, Clerk.
,
I eight feet high and weighing 250 to
400 pounds each. The male bird are 17th Precinct, Tantle S. Hart, P. TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS <*

TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON Job Printing. black and the females grey, tbe plumes Raulerson Geo. Walker, Clerk. ,


WORKER. are cut every year, and under the wingsare 19th Precinct, Mlcco, K. T. Smith, L. n AULIN O, ETC.V.x. ..all kinds.. I t

Do not forget the fact that at'the ADVOCATE the beautiful white feathers! most Jorgensen C. II. Price, P. Bvrtlesen _

Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. office, Titusville, we do job valuable of all. Tbe plumes sell for from Clerk.20th Precinct Banyan C. I Stewart. J. W. OSBAN & SON
ten to a hundred dollars a pound,and an *
printing\ of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and TITUSVILLEBllok of Get M. Robblns office.FLORID"
J. R. K. B. Stewart H.
GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE expnditlously. Letterheads, Noteheads, adult ostrich will net about thirty dollars Ragan, Casper
and all other worth of feathers. year. The ex- Clerk
Billheads Envelopes
TANKS MADE TO ORDER. Tags of keeping Is small, and the Florida 21st Precinct, White City A. Chrlstensen. 1
kinds. penile
Your Patronage Is Solicited. climate Is well adapted to their profit. Henry Larson, C. R. Prince, Cbas. E. L. :ee... .:c-Z &:, ::seo.: ,
Bemlngderfer, Clerk
able culture. f
For Sale
Florida.
COCOA FLA. at Oeorglana "Tbe" ostriches, after attaining good 22nd: Precinct, Woodley, Eli Walker, -DEALERS IN-

IS: acres Improved land, centrally located elze, are kept In a lock In an open pen Clerk.H. T. Gifford, G. Robert, JM. is. Jones, GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS;
until four old when they.reach maturity
frontage of 14 rods on Indian River. years
Stanley Kitching Contains line In and pair off. The male and tbe We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZER
young orange grove female of bis choice are" then put Into anenclosure We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all
bearing Address T. II. CHAMBERS, ISLE OF NOBLES.A .
where THE Write for Grain and all Groceries, delivered at
Dealer In- llm Georglana, Via..N.N.NNIN..NN. by themselves they spend ers. us prices on your CODSUl
I their wedded llfo. Each spring the fe- E. L.:BRADY* BRO. TITUSVILLE,
r....... Historic Site. .b. Crm l.
/ ------ -' --- ---- --- --- *
FISHING TACKLEI ST.ATIONERYCIGARS, male lays eleven or twelve egg: In a of "..so.. l.lbertx. _ _ n _
.. shallow pit which she scratches in the
Tobacco Pipes Candles, Fancy China sand. She Is assisted In hatching by her The l Isle of Atheluey, or the: "Isle ot

and Temperance Diinks. i E. Vesey Hall, partner who sits on the eggs; at night, nobles" u* the name signifies.( la one .T. E. GOLDSMITH,

The following brands of cigars delivered leaving her the day duty. The period of of the most fatuous of historic sites..

at *:J.25 per box of /50: I I Georgians, Fla. Incubation I Is forty-live days. The aver .thou aDll years ago It "wail a low islet -Dealer In-

Huiuboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos age length of an ostrich's life Is seventy covered with willows nnd alders and I GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AN
STAPLE AND FANCY
Builder.
Cremo, Cubunas, t'olialnkl. : ; Boat : : years and the fidelity of the mated birds surrounded by fens and overflowing I ,

Flinch Cards 30o. Hand Made Palmetto la pathetic A captive ostrich will never marshes altogether I inaccessible exCt'ptbl' PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
; <
ONLYFIRST-CLASSWORK. second if dies the our
time one
I; mate a .
Hats 'Joe.: boats. Tnere King Alfred sought TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
I Write for Estimates. < vivor lives alone the balance of Its years.A .
I STUART. FLORIDA. disconsolate widower In his lonely pen refuge with a swineherd and there belay -
.........N.NN...... appeals to the sympathy of visitors. concealed from the Invading Danes

The handsomest birds are named for for the space of n whole year. The resort INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY. .

Robbins & Graham Co celebrities, with the names on their door" of bis chieftains:! to this place TITUSVILLE, FLA. "t
\Ve saw "McKinley and wife, tbe "isle of
known
plates. caused It to be ns
furnish Ice In quantity--hacked or loose. Special attentioi
"Admiral and Mrs. Dewey," "Mark Han the Is prepared to any
(Inoorl>orated.) and Mrs. Ilanna" and many others. nobles, which may be regarded us paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .

PAID UP CAPITAL i3,000.00.. "" so.ra.o a na"One big ostrich Is trained for a racer, cradle and stronghold of Baxon: liberty. T. WETMORE Proprietor.

hew al'll a little bridle all the time And After Alfred regained the possessionof

This company owns Is dally driven to skeleton buggy which his throne he erected a Benedictine .\

He has run on .several race abbey on this spot and "endowed It
L AN ID J3 Have examined and fitted we saw.
your eyes courses and has a record of a half mile with all the lands In the isle of Athel- <>TICE_

k the Indian Klvoi Country; On the St. by the expert.DR. In a minute and a few seconds. Another ney." The monastery has entirely disappeared J
MANDAVILLE bridled ostrich Is dally trained to carry a but Its site Is marked by a n
O. L. ,
i LucU River; at New River and on Bay !I man on his back. The birds are cross tone pillar erected in 1801 by the own- To Packers and Growers of Pineapples and

4 BiiMNtyne. Prices to suit the times. Tltutvllte, Florida. when bandied and have to approached er of Athelney. The pillar bears this Tomatoes :
with great care. They attack with their j
Alfred the Great In
Send for Land List. Inscription: "King
which have only two toes and can
feet, man down with a blow fromthese. the year of our Lord 871), having been Before you purchase Paper for
Offices" at Titusvllle and Miami, Fla. East Coast Meat Market knock. a defeated by tbe D enf'&, Bert for refuge your

"Ve saw the nests In the sand and the to tbe forest of Athelney.. where he lay wrapping, it will pay yon to write us for

Hodgson Bros. O. F. DUREN Agent. newly hatched birds and the Incubator concealed from LIs enemies for the spell

which Is used when the mothers' are not of a whole year. He soon after regained samples and prices. "We can furnish

eta oH : : attentatlv or have too many eggs. The possession of his throne, and tn you
EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. :::!. big eggs are said to be good eating, but grateful remembrance of the protection different grades and different colors.
Marine Railway. s::::.. rather expensive at $:15; a piece. At the received under the favor of
pac are sold plumes, bo is, fans and be had
General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. -::> farm other ostrich products, and the tourist heaven he erected a monastery on this Money saved in buying is .
Is profitable." and endowed with all the lands
..Special Facilities.. t:2 patronage very pot
ly- Rte.ev. contained In the Isle of Athelney. To I\IONEY( : l\L A DE. .
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing perpetuate tile memory of so remarkable -

Yachts and Launches. :::a A LIFE AT STAKE.-If you but knew I an Incident In the life of that Illustrious Write us
the splendid merit of Foley's Honey and
founded
:Mention the ADVOCAT when writing. _. would never be without It. A I prince this edifice was
-, tI: Tar dose you or two will prevent an attack of I by John Slade. E q.. of Mannsell. theroprlt'tor xjrixm7JEiSouthern : > PA1: : ER Cc::>..

_ ,KIT" OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, va i3, try CI: pneumonia or la Cross grippe. It may save of Athelney A. D. 1SOV Office. Atlanta', GaPiilfl
FLORIDA. ui life. Red Pharmacy, Ixwdon Nvws.
Cheap, at this office. TITUSVILLE. yt





I


.
'