East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00291
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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nejtur LOCAL NEWS -Miss Josephine Brady has been. enjoying Special Sale of Clothing anti -Mr. K. E. Grimes, of Cocoa was in ttrevanl County moods For Sale AMONG THE HOTELS. '
a visit at Fort Pierce. town yesterday I I"I
Shirts.It .
And Topics of General Interest. -Mrs. N. Saunders, a prominent resident -Mr. Winston S. Brannlng spent :Merrill's Island near Courtcnay, for The ADVOOATR I Is now on file at all I'Ii' ,
'pt I of Eden, was In town Monday.Mr. Tuesday In Jacksonville upon business merly known as the Gutger/ J>1\cej: ; 107) the beat hotels In New York city. I'

A. Losley, a prominent businessman is as easy to manufacture bad clothes -May Day will be celebrated at Cocoa acres. Fine pineapple, orange and vegetable Where to stop along the East Coivnt. .
,, THE ADVOCATE ot: 1 Jacksonville, spent Sunday with that look good as to smile and look In the good old style, and everybodyis land. Price fir( >t 0.Merita's See list of hotel. on 4th and 7th page ;
1.50 annum, In advance his pleasant. Inland, Hut\ acres, long fronton
per family in Tltusville.
Invited be .
$1.00 six months.I.. But we think bad clothes are sure to to present.Mr. Indian River and including oyster If you want a nice piece of property !!\ '

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. HATS, SHOES, ETC. be found out. II. Clay Crawford, candidate permits granted by Brovard i'ounty. cheap read the ad.! of the Sarno property i '
n I Full and complete line. You'll find You cannot find out something bad, for the office of Secretary of State, arrived Good land for vegetables and some goat on our (Ith page It will be sold at n
When you subscribe for tho ADVO- them at J. R. Walker & Cos. where there Is nothing bad. In Titusville yestoidny. orange land. A tine oyster location. rain bargain 11 I

''.CiTR: by the year it does not cost you Mr. J. M. Sanders Therefore, as a matter of business Price. $400.Town Mr. W C, Fielding, who left Tltusvllle fi
Included. one of Cocoa'sprominent -Mr. R. E. Minis. oandid.ite: for mem-
three cents per week postage merchants, was among the policy we buy the best clothes we know her of Brevard School Board, was among of Tltusvlllo, lot :a i, of Kast: sub early In tho winter to take charge
ADVOCATE is division of old block 4. A hotly good of hotel In Havana" I III In Jacksonville I
TUB EAST COAST on visitors to Tltiisvllle on Monday.Miss how.The the arrivals In Titusville yestmday. a now
into at the following news-stands at five prices of these suits of up-to-date house Price, $250.: having recently returned from \
copy : \ Marie Deltenre, of :Sunbeam, Is clothing range from Iii to $15. -Mr. Richard Gladwin loft hero, yesterday Town of Titusville, lot :S i, block A. Cuba, '
Hints Titusville per\ -Bed Cross Pharmacy. having a delightful visit Jacksonville, We will also pace: on sale some Neg for Now York, where he will Coletnan's Addition. Largo lot frontingon .
Jacksonville-Duval hotel. with her aunt, Mrs. A. O. Deltenre.Mr ligee Shirts, made of line quality mercerized spend the summer. Dick spoilt the win- two streets, good locution near center In conaoqutMioo of the big business
Windsor hotel. white-striped Nainsook of the ter at MiamI. of town. Good 8-room cottage. Price done at Ibo Semblvr Cottage Tltusvllle
-: and Mrs. R. :McPherson of
Mr. JSetnhlnr him found It necessary to
well known make of Lion $701))
>' Griyot News stand Stuart, were passengers on 1Vodnesday'snorthbound Brand. Worth -Mrs. D. N. Cone, who has been en- ; add another kitchen to the house Title ,
$1.2: sale 8ft Town of Tltusvlllo fine corner lot In
Monday's special ots.
printed I train, on their way to i>oa- jojlng a month with her daughter, Mrs. I III the most popular and -todateMmrding
of up
Vote. date expiration upon All mull orders promptly tilled for any business section of town I'lloo, t.>00, '
breeze for a while.Mr. It. W. Monroe of Mouth Titusville( left
Jour paper op-wrapper every week. This of the above goods. Town of Tltusvllle U l'e"IlolIOII lots -houso In Tltusvilla. Visitor .
No need for' her home tit Benton, Kla., ye tercl.y.. to the Kiiftt Const would do well to rend t
to ( receipt for your money. and Mrs. A. Borton, who have JULIUS KLINK west of railroad. 1'1'100..11I elll'll.
(or us to send receipt for subscription.The been spending the winter at their orange TitusvilleFlit.. HATS!III ATS 1 South Lake, :'I J mUtts west of Tltusvlllo, the ethyl, tin our 7th page. (

date give It to you. grove place lit City\ Point, have departtd For every lady-Ladles, (Gentleman, 40 acres, fronting on lake part hammock Mr 0 R Johnson, of the Grand Atlantic h

homeward to B.iyslde, K. I. Children. We can please you. No and I \ part pine. Fine land for oranges, hotel, Daytoua) will leave for New' s
;y- Reading notice ads. are ten cents -Mr. F. LIpp of Cocoa paid our towua trouble to show them. .1, R. Walker vegetables and pineapples. Price, *.5a York city about the first of May. The
PRICES TO sun ALL PAR'l'IES-In visit
per line on this page.ADVOCATES Improved and on Sunday. & Co., Titusville, 1"1" .". Mouth Lake, _'- miles west of Titus Grand) Atlantic liad a very prosperous
for sale at the Red unimproved property -The announcements of candidates vllle. Port line hammock, balance HUM, season. this and Mr. Johnson attributes 1
If you want to buy, don't fall to see -Mr. John R. Walker, candidate for year
Cross Pharmacy Tltusvllle. ts E A. Waddell, Miami FI... for public offices will be found on our Superintendent of Public Instruction, high! dry, pine land, with huniitlful view the arrival of many guests to '
2nd page. of lake Good orange, vegetable and Ids attractive ad. In the AnvocATK, '
-Mr. D B. Pritchard has bought: the -The ADVOCATE office has been well spent yesterday at Fort Pierce, where liw pineapple land. lUO(!( noros. Prior, $SHI.( which I la perfectly correct Nothinglike
residence In South Tltusville. -Mr. E. L. Brady and Miss Daisy was warmly received by many old-time ...
Past supplied with One, lucy oranges of late, (Section n, Township: South, Bangs advertising If you want to do bustnoun. -
-Quite a few pleasant little social thanks to our orange-growing friends on Brady have been spending< couple of fl I lends.Mr.. :37 East; 4.'a:!' acres, fronting on Indian Htrnngera to the East Const

parties have been in order in Tltusvllle Indian River. days In Jacksonville this week. II -: and Mm Julius Kline, of North River and I lorsu Creak, 2Vi' miles I north would do well 1 to read the ads, on our f i
I of YOU SHOULD SEE Titusville, will move Into the Mollow of Kau< Oalllo, plonilid'hllh 11\1'111.' hue 7th page.Mr. .
Edwards of has
-Mr W. D. Jensen,
late.Mr. TheIptodate line of Clothing: In cottage: Washington avenue as soon large quarry| of Oellllnlrock, high, dry
U. L. Ives a prominent winter his announcement In this week's i Issue. Men's Youth's Hoy's and children's as I It Is vacated by Mr. and Mrs. D. B. I\nellllJlllthy. Fine orange and plnonpplo U. II Smith proprietor of the !.
resident of Cocoa, and a large orange He is a candidate for member of lirevaid being shown by J. K. Walker: Co. Prltchard.Mr. land Splendid residence site. Price Wtndle hotel, Jacksonville, is preparingfor ,,1'
HIv grower, was In town on Monday.Mrs. School Board from the third district. $Ia0. better season next year by Improving \
Read his announcement -MM. M. 8. Jones, Mr. Wade II. Jones and Mrs. Bellls, who have' been ,Terms will be made reasonable to reliable the property. The house' I I. being 1 1tltte.l
O. J. Deltenre, of Sunbeam, and Miss Annie Jones left here, Tuesday, spending the winter at Rocklodge, have Apply to throughout with pipe. for steam I
houseboat puichaseis.
The Rose Marie which
has a century plant in Hermitage grove, for Lucie returned to their home, the liellln house ( and be fitted
St. on a visit to telatlves. I). L. OAUI.KK.V, heating, ton room are to
stalk of which is 2ft.) and it left Titusville a couple of weeks ago In I
the ( high, of
Berlin, Wls., to get another touch too with private' butlu. The hotel In already
command of J. M. Lallin has Or Tltusvllle, Fla. I
will soon be in bloom. Captain / -\Ir.! Arthur Brown foreman of the
arrived Miami, with !Messrs. Naethlng, Halifax Journal, Daytona, arrived In Tltusville and snow, W I. A, WAUNOCK Jamaica N. Y. fitted with excellent bath arrangements, ,
FUUM3IIED COTTAGE TO LET in Hnzlewood and others of New York To-day In Jacksonville Judge Call but there warn 10 many calls at the t
yesterday, on a few days' vacation ----- ---- "
South Titusville. Appy! atAnvocATE on board. They are after tarpon. will decide the mandamus; proceedings hostelry during the past season for room
Titusville. brought against. the Brevard County Executive POLITICAL SPEAKING. with bath that Mr. Smith\ proposes to be
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT -Mr. E. J. Stewart, of Standard, Fla., Committee a notice of which equal to the demand during the next i
-Mr. W. R. Sanders, one of toe candidates U now complete. Samples on request after visiting his sister Mrs. Harry Wilson will be found In another column.Mr. season, and will furnish the neoessnry
for tax assessor, was In town a with a large line to select from You for a week, In Titusville left on Candidate for the offices of Secretaryof bath with room when called for. Other

oonple of days or no thin week, soliciting should ee Walker & Co., they can Thursday for Fort Pierce, where he will Geo. F. Enney, of Tropic has State, Comptroller, Treasurer, Attor- Improvements are in contemplation at
votes. He certainly is hustling around. please you. visit another sister Mrs. A K. Wilson. his announcement In this Issue for ney-Generiil.( (Superintendent\ of Public the Windle. Proprietor Smith I Id think I\I ;

). Mr. and J. E. of St. member of Brevard School Board for the Instruction Commissioner of Agrlcul ing of adding another story to the hOllll8o '
Mrs. Ingraham; Mr.[ and Mrs.I A. K. Wilson and little /
-:Mr. Ge<>. F. Paddison, of Eau Oallle, former Lure, Acljulant-U nel'lll and other state '
second district Mr. Kixtey was a themmon
to Ills house ha, been crowded dining
have been
Augustine enjoying: a trip
daughter Doris, of Foil Pierce arrived accompanied by his family, spent. from )popular resident of Tltusvilla. ofllrors< except that of Governor am expected closml. Yet the hotel could
Daue county this week. They joinedthe here, Sunday( on a visit to Mr. and Mrs Sunday until! Monday with Mr. and Mrs. to tidal ross the peopleof'l'Itluau viIie Just
1. Flagler party at Miami on Tuesday. II. Wilson and Mrs. Wilson's mother Geo M. Itobbins. They came up In Mr WHEN: YOU WISH! TO DRIVE call upon this Issue that conliont them, to. euro for a' in noli with larger the crowd If and the houseWIIM It I*

1.r -After the closing of Titusvllle'a pub- and brother, who recently arrayed from Paddlson's beuutlfuly launch. upon the Tltiisylllv Livery, at ear of morrow (Saturday) night. Tluma who: provided probable that more spare room will be
,lie school, Miss Aleph Mime says she Standard, Fla. They returned to Foil Ttobbtns law ofllue for a stylish up- will be hero unless otherwise prevented very
.t CHOICE PIECES: OF REAL ESTATEfor inldod! to the hotel this Bummer
to-date Leave order for
Pierce on :Monday: afternoon. rig. your
will again take up her art studies at are:
sale by E. A, Waddell real
41 Miami with Miss Louise Carpenter a Fla. estate all kinds of double and single hauling. For Secretary of Htatn-J, F.. Broome,
SEE F., A. WADDKLL, l\I1aml. dealer Miami Fla.
<< Feed and sale stable
N popular young artist of that city. If want an Orange. Grove, Pineapple a specialty II. O-Ct'I\wfol'lllllld li. F Kirk. A PLEASANT PARTY
you Plantation or Vegetable Farm -Mrs. T. B. Hicks, of Sebastian, J. M. OOIIAN, TlttKvllle, Fla. For Attorney-General If. Kills, A.Ht.CluIr -
SEND YOUR MACHINE WORK AND after spending a few in Tltusvlllo ,Abrams.
.au1ES orders for Hardware, Building ..Material At Klght Prices. Visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.SembleI' Mrs, J. E. Lanotiette a former resident For (Comptroller, C. Crooni. On Tuesday evening the residence of
Etc. II. Fernald P. Nelson left here this and of Tltusvlllo, but now of Boston Mr. and Mr. L. A. Brady. lu Mouth Tt-
; to The Oeo. -Capt mornIng having: some dental work For Trel&Allrer-l\l. V, Knott,
Hardware Co, Sanford, Fla. for New York, en route to Perth done, left on Saturday for her home. will spend. the summer at Tampa with I For (Superintendent of Puhlln Instruction tusvllle was a blnr.o of III( It, It being the
her brother, Dr. G. 11. Altiee. Hur son, occasion of progressive whist party.
N..1 where he will probably W. H. and W. N Hhoitls.
Amboy "
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-Mr.! VV.H. Gregg: author of "Where, temain six or eight weeks before return- -Mrs, E. E. Rollins returned to Titus- Kenneth, will accompany her to Florida.Mr For Commissioner of Agiloulture About H o'clock the guests began to nr-
When, and How to Catch Fish on the Ing to Titusville where his family will ville on Saturday night last, after a pleuii- Lanouette will spend the summer In E. McLln. rive and were hourtlly welcomed by Mr. t
East Coast of Florida was in 'Titus ant visit of a couple of dais at Ormond, Boston and. Mrs Brady. biz tables were arranged
spend the summer Miss Lasxon accompanied For lUllroad Commissioner L.
ville the first of the week. He was on with her friend, Miss Fay, of Boston, / for whist and at 8:10:: play commenced
Captain Nelson to Perth Am Mr. and Mrs. Robt. L. Motlow and Morgan.
1"S. way to his home In St. Louis Mo., where who has been spending the season at the and continued with considerable
the boy, but she will go to Denmark to family left here, yesterday, for Winchester For Adjutant-General-J. C. R. Fouler
ADVOCATE: follows. Hotel Ormond. On Sunday Mrs. Kol- vim until about It o'clock when delicious -
1'8 spend the summer with her parents ,Tenn. Mrs Motlow and family will .and Allen Thomas. .
linn continued her round of refreshment were served. This was
--Mr. A. It. of Sherburne pleasure bj relatives In Tennessee For State Chemist R. E Roue.
Gladwin the with
spend summer -
Ma and Mrs. C &1. Bingham and for vocal and I Instrumental
for leaving Fort Pierce visit followed by
X, V., who has been the win on a to but Motlow will In nil of the abovo will bo In Tl
. spending! Mr. return n Nearly *
ter the Major's sister, Miss Grace Bingham, Mrs. J. E. Andrews. music by Miss Lumen and Mr. Wm. M.
at MUml Titusville visit. tusvllle If
U now In short while. possible.
of Dayton, stopped over In Titusville a Prlndlo. The score made by the whistplayer
ing his :Mr. S. N. Gladwin. As SATURDAy'RV EX lNG
short while on Monday evening They -Prof. W. N. Wheats, State Superin weieexamined, an/lit was found
IDA our usual, Mr Gladwin is showing some of were on a pleasure cruise on board the We will open up the most up-to date tendentufl'ublloInstruction, and Senator MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD. that; Mr*. D. 11. Pillchard<1 won the lady' 11 j!
residents catch flxlx In line of
the way to Dora of Port Orange and gentlemen's neckwear ever candidate for bocretury first fan Mr. E. L. Brady
Indian River for he them In sloop yacht shown in Titusville. Come J. E. Itroome, prize, pretty ; ,
when brings Intended tailing to Fort Pierce to see and get of State, were In town a short while the gentleman's prize, a scarf pin; and I
others fall.FrRNITUREI first choice. J. R. Walker t
Mrs. lilngham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ; Co. yesterday, when they left forCoooii, having To the Dnmoriats of Brevard County: Mr*. I). N, Cone: the connotation prize

..f ,, : FURNITURE! W. J. Nesbit, and may go as far as Palm -Mr. Albert Kirby Fairfax, eldest. son failed to get to Fort Pierce In time to I respectfully announce myself n* a an imitation lobster. The party terminated
All kinds, any way you want It, cash Beach. They will stay In Tltuaville a of the late John Contee .'alrfax.of Prince attend the political meeting. Mr. W. candidate for member of the Board of about 11:115:;l/ ( when all wended their f

ITS or installment. We meet all kinds of few days on their return homeward. George's county Maryland, and Inheritor! M. Hollowity, candidate for /State (Superintendent I'ublio Instruction from the Third District way homewards after a very enjoyable) .S

competition and pay the freight. J BUY ONE of his titles of Lord Fairfax and Baron of Public Instruction also arrived at the democratic l'Inu"y I May evening' armixttm-nt. JP.

'EMitioi K Walker & Co., Titusville, Fla. bowing Machines $10 to$100, easy pay Cameron In the peerage of Scotland, has In Titusville yes'erday. Mr. A. lOih, and will appreciate, tine, support of : Among those present were: Mr. and
uu'IN Let In one for J. assumed these titles and has taken his Ht.Clair Abrams, candidate for Atloi'ney- that tlul''yeuall,1, voters Mm. (lea. M. Bobbins, Mr. an.ll'alrll. Win
.\ letter to this office from Miss ments.It, Walker us Co.put Titusville Fla.you seat among his peers In the British House General, paused through here, yesterday, W. D. EnwAiirm, M. [kindle, Mrs. Henry R. Jones, Mr*.
Belle Weeks, of Mlddletown Conn., says: : of Lords. Mr Fairfax went to Londontwo mi his way to West Palm Beach, but Jensen, Fla. Wm M Brown, Mr. I\noll'tlra. V. A. Mor ,1

the Please find money order for $l ;50 j( for -Rev. W. B. Coleman rector of St. years ago to accept a position\ In a. aid he may atop over at Fort Pierce. gin, Mr. and Mr. P G. Walton, Mr.and

newsy ADVOCATK, as my father enjoyed George's church Utica N. Y., was a bank, and with no Idea of giving up hi* lie will return to Titusville Saturday/ Mr*. K. 11. Waiter, Mrs P. Nelson Mr.
reading It very much. Please continue pleasant caller at this office on Monday.Mr. ; I American citizenship. HIM claims to a to do a little talking with the other candidates To the Democrat! of Brevard County A, I). Penney Mr*. D. N. Coue, Mr*. D. SI 9

it In his name, although; he has Coleman who was recent guest of I peerage were too well known, however, I respectfully announce myself a* a W. Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. D, II. Prltch ,

traveller returns: Capt. Weeks' old Miami is now the guest of Mr. and Mrs. of the aristocracy. Then he was adopted Fire Insurance Notice. Public Instruction from the Second District E. L. !Brady Mr. C. ii. Walton ; seal the ,

' bin friends! In Florida will regret to learn of' Wm. M. Brownof Tiiusvllle. Mr. Cole- as the legal heir of a wealthy Englishman at the democratic pilnmry May tout and hostess, Mr, aud Mr. L. A. '

demise.On man will stay here until the first weekIn and now he has consented to assume It is reported that both Brannlng and 10th, and will apiirm-Uta' tint support of Brady ____
-- Monday evening a special train May, when he will leave for Macon, the title named. The title of Morgan are out of the Insurance, btiMnexs. the taxpayers and voter*,|
with several' private cars, stopped atSt f>a., and other places en route home Lord Fairfax was first worn In this This Is not true. The III situation G. F. F.UIIY: : DEMOCHATIC MEETINGThere -

Titusville a few minutes en route to country by the man who was a friend of Imply this: My time being NO taken. up ---- -- -
Palm' Beach, Miami and Intermediate -Mr. T,. C. Oll'er, of Miami stopped: Washington. It has never been allowed with other business, I have tinned over M. S. JONES. will be a meeting of Drevard.
POints' On the train were, Mr. H. M.'wgler over in Titusville from Monday until to lapse, being confirmed forever to the my Interest to Mr P. 0. Walton. All Democratic. Executive Committee In Tltuvlle -

president of the F. E. C. Rails Tuesday, on his way to Jacksonville and family heir by special royal grant. the Companies. having, by my request, ) on Friday April 2.od.

t' 1 *ay Mr. J. R. Parrott first vlceF places in Georgia. While here' in Mr. transferred the commissions to Morgan The DeLand Weedly sews. referringto K. U. RAULKBHOX, Chairman. A
F MrR T. Reneral Oliver Inspected bits orange grove the ft: Walton, they now having the agencyFor t
ftesideot Circuit Judge : --- ------
;; Mr. J. P. Beckwltb, tragic Turnbull hammock, and reported It to Itockledge, Indian River the same fourteen companies thatlraonlog our popular say

;nunazer: ; Dr. Anderson. Mr. Flagler's be In splendid condition. lie says his *: Morgan bad. The businesswill "Th people of Voluula county will be Tlie Park Cottage., ,
Is not for sale. Mr. Oliver" pleased" to learn that Judge Minor H
Physician; 'and Mr. J. D. Price, one of orange grove Has one of the most bttr-ct'.ve: and ran along an usual-office continued -
'"II managers of Hotel Ormond Mr. will spend the better part of the summer best stocked stores along the East Coast it the same place. The fact that they Jones will have no opposlon for I la renoml- Went Palm Beach, "'1"., situated on i 4
Flagier F wa* on general Inspection of at the Battery Park hotel Asheville, N. of Florida. You can find everything bate all the strongest companies In the nation thl.* year. Judge Jones a fair, lake front adjoining City> TravelIng "

th0 railway other property, and Inking C., and will return to Miami some timein you need at this store. All kinds of fine world, Induce me to give: to them all Impartial official and hold the, respectand men and others will find this a cool, )
know him.
te nd cd gas far as Cutler. Mr. and November.Mrs. jrrcerles and western meat the business that I control. I feel the confidence of all who comfortable place to stop daring the 4..,

D Dias!. 'lagler will leave for the north In II. R. Jones, of New Hartford, Particular attention paid to the needs lame Interest in the business as heretofore -- Bummer month. Good table service. I

lay, Conn., who has been visiting her daughter of yachtsmen and cruising purtles.GKO. and am sure, a* in the past, there Fine[ Property For Hale. Mm IDA h. HAT, Prop.

ndor Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, of TItnsvllle, : N. HATCH, Prop. will be DO policies Issued only by thin. -- ---
Blacksmith Shop Now Open. during the past six weeks will leave today Barton Ave., Rockledge. agency, who haa the companies., I will
for Jacksonville' and sail tomorrow appreciate my patron continuing their Two nice cottages, adjoining each Are You Uolng North ?

. (Saturday: ), on board the Clyde Shoe Fire Insurance in this agency. other in North Tltusvllle, with an acre ,
wAil kinds' of Blacksmith and WheelInJ'S1 steamship, Arapahoe, for :New York ICepalrliig.- Very respectfully)) of hammock and five acre of rich uiuok Do not fall to get your ticket via the

. inhtfirst-class and Horse bhoe- where she wlll;spend a few days with her I do all kind of boot and shoe repalr- Winsrosc 8.: BBAJUTISO./ land suitable for truck farm. Good popular Clyde Line from' the agent,
baa three
or 1I0ti none style on short married daughters ere leaving for New lOll, and do not forget It. Opposite, Ja*. rivet/rent. The largercottage C. H. WALTOS, I'' i
ceo w. n. SWAIN .I: <:0.< Hartford. Mrs. Jones' many friends will Pritchard St: Son AHDBKW! GIBHOTitusfllle -, Cleaning' and Pre..Hlng. sleeping rooms and a servant' room upstairs Tltusvllle, Fla. L ,
room dining
on Titusville Fla. be pleased. to see her In Tltnsville' next Fla. ; and a parlor sitting ----
below. The adjoln-
and kitchen
winter. _____________ All work done--:: ate. Call rodsee Inj room cottage has two sleeping room and PHOTOGRAPH KNLABOINO II.

Cows For Sale. Gardner"/ Flyers. Land for Sale. me. Andrew (Gibson at the Parlor and servant' room In second l story, and Brantley, of Altoona Fla., has appointed
Barber !Shop on Washington avenue. sitting room, dining room and kltchlng Mis Enter Lowery of Tltus

: below. Large, brick cistern to both vllle, local agent for the Consolidated I

CotftrvAPr": bred 15th, Ten Fine Mulch FURNITURE, Choice and 10 acre Iota on the PenInsular For Sale at Georgia, Florida.! iou.es.. Adapted for a nice winter Portrait and Frame Co., of Chicago.
Guernsey to the Finest Registered DRY GOODS, between Waveland I and B: wall. home. All order given her for the enlarging

of Future! Bun In Florida. Being short SHOES. Point, fronting on both Indian and Ht. 1 13 acre Improved land centrally located Price, $:V>00/ for the entire property. of photograph and framing of picture I

I of a part, of we are herd.compelled No reasonable to dispose Combination strainer-measuring cup- Lucie rivers. Also Improved place, and frontage of 11 rod on Indian I'.lver. Terms $1,000 cash, $1,500, on mortgage will be promptly attended Lnwerrwill to. ,
otter' refused our fruit jar filler :i.cts. neat three-room unfurnished cottage to Contain tine young orange{ grove: In cent. and work guaranteed. Miss '
f, Address E. ,AW8DKJC.Ormond' Fruit jars pints quarts etc. rent. Apply to C. II. KAccr bearing. Address, T. II. CMAMBKKX, I Apply to (]xo. M. Ronni-s, be found at her, home' at sunbeam i
W. : suburb of Tltusvtllo.I .
e la
TltasvllU ,
:Fla. CHAS. A. GABD-EB: Tltvllle, Fla. 7may Waveland Fla lint Georgian Fla. 4-8t I

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"BALDY" MONSON'S SCALP. ils. in the world of plants we have Irvlng's Duclni Wafersare California Prune Wafers. I i '

dumb and motionless slaves, but they a I true remedy for all Kidney Diseases Over-Work Weakens Tfie Price of PleasuredIt

How It Wax Won br "L..k,," Baldwin serve us in spite of themselves. They from Its most simple form-pain In tbe Your Purely vegetable tbey ale nature'sproduct

lu a Faro ttsime. simply endure our laws and our yoke. back to Is worst and very dangerous Kidneys. and should be In every house. Is bard for a lovely woman to forego

"During the time that! gambling was They are Impotent prisoners, victims condlrlon-Bright* Disease. We meanIt bold. They cur constipation aud all the pleasures of the life which she was
Unhealthy Kidneys Make
Impure Blood. liver
disorders of tile stomach and created to enjoy and
In Its .glory on (lie Pacific coast! ," BaH Incapable of escaping/ but silently rebellious when we say tbey will\ cure you and bowels. ton wafers 2;>0. Ked Cross have to be busy all day adorn. She may
would in office
au old California, 'Lucky' Ilnldwiu and BO COOn us we lone sight we In them not say which It If we Is the had direct not confidence All the blood In your body passes through pharmacy Tltusvllle Fla. store, yet she cannot deny herself or the m

wall easily the most daring: cbance tak- of them they hasten to betray us und of result your kidneys once every three minutes. social pleasures which are offered
our knowledge of their cures In her
of all the notable Bald. return to their former wild and mischievous the kidneys are Not to Be Bodged",
er argonauts. cases that seemed almost I hopeleas. Soldat H ,, < 3 ft your r? But the fatigue is
win did some utunzlnti stunts In tbat liberty. The rose and the corn GOo a box by Red Cross Pharmacy.A ..' blood purIfiers, they flIt. "Jlove on now." mild' the policeman."No often too great for

day of all day and all night drinking{ had they wings. would fly at our approach t J ter out the waste ormpurltles since!" replied Mr. Ilulccda dog her, and she suf.

like the birds. I ( In the blood.If fens from headacheand
when overmellow men. most of them gedly. &

with riches BO suddenly ai&julred. that Among the animals we number a few V..I"tur Rfonnntent. of order they are sick or out "I guess ye will. Ye've been hangln' = backache a* a
they all to do
they bndn't bud time to stop and figure servants who have submitted only It In 1I0t'otlt. tbiit n monument U '0 their work. round here half un hour." I consequence of

on bow mucb they possessed, tried to through Indifference, cowardice or stupidity erected In honor of the tnotfiilnesa of a Pains, aches and rheumatism "Yen. nn', l gosh here's whar I stick! I 1 Women oyer.ezertlon.'f'II .

-the uncertain and hostess, In n trying situation. One, of The gent that tuck watch to have who are
outvle one another In tile capers they craven borne come from excess my tired and

cut with the Lady Fortune. who responds only to pain and I 114 attached the few micli if not tile only one. Is/ a of uric acid In the my name engraved on to It told me to will find a worn perfect out

"One night In the late fifties 'Luckyas / to nothing; the passive and dejected bowlder from" the battlefield of Harlem blood, due to neglected stay right here till be got back."-Philadelphia tonic and nervine

lisa, who with heights removed to Turk avenue In kidney trouble. Prows. in Dr. Pierce's
he was then (called walked Into tbe stays us only because Favorite
New York to site of Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady 1
he murk the the
famous old Alcatruz club on Kearney knows not what to da norwhere heart beats, and makes Prescription.
borne of Mr. Robert who one feel as though Y It cures headache
street la Sun Francisco after having i to go, but who nevertheless under Murray, entertained they had heart trouble because the heart Is An Aggravating Cough Cured.A backache and ,
and detained the the
been religiously shunning his bed for i the cudgel and the pack saddle retains no over-working In pumping! thick, kidney. other
ofHc-ern 'nder Geiiernl Howe while the customer of ours who bad beeDlIufl'erln aches and
I the Idea that lurks behind his poisoned blood through veins and arteries. pains to
ears; the cow and the ox, happy so long American troop under General Putnam It used to be considered that only urinary /.( from severe cough for six women are which
were eHcnpliig( from the city. The troubles were to ba: traced to the months, bought two bottles of Chamber-
days, ready for anything. us they are eating und docile because kidneys, lain's from ItaaWi It establishes regu-
Cough Remedy us and was
"A 'faraoun dealer In the Alcatraz: for centuries they have not had a monument bears an limcrlptlon on but now modern science proves that nearlyall entirely cured by one and a half bottlesof larity, dries weak- ,
club-the biggest gambling establishment thought of their own; the affrighted brass getting forth Mr. Murray'sachievement ning in kidney trouble.diseases have their begin- it. It !gives perfect infliction with ening drains, heals e.

sheep, who knows no other master than What a difference there our trade. Hayi' en PHIkei & Co. I.Ino- inflammation ami,
on the coast at tbe tlmo-was )If(you are sick you can make no mistake > ,
Baldy' ){onson, so called because his terror; the hen. who Is faithful to the might have been In American history by first doctoring your kidneys. The mile ville, Ala. For sale by all druggists and cures ulceration female weakness and

poll was bare of hair as a pat of butter, poultry yard because she finds more had Mrs. Murray been a less. capable and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's medicine dealers. Itmakesweak'Women -

except foe a tiny patch tbat remained maize: and wheat there thlIn the 1I0KtesKIIrvIng's! Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is strong and

right on the crown of his head. It had neighboring forest I do not speak of soon realized. It stands the highest for its Team In Bad Taste sick women well\

been a cowlick, and with consistent the cnt, to whom we are nothing more Itucliu Waferscure wonderful cures of the most distressing! cases "That young vixen told me she wept t "I am to pleased

stubbornness, It had refused to go when than a too large and uneatable prey, Scalding Urine Backache Rheumatism and Is sold on Its merits over my column." 'd H with hardly your instructions w ,

the rest of 'BnldyV hair had departed. the ferocious eat whose sidelong contempt Nervousness Logs of Flesh, Sediment by all and druggists in fifty- '. J t "You ought to feel nattered." thanks to give you fur
cent one-dollar siz ; 'i1F1:1tI: : i
In the Urine Renal Calculi Diajetos your kind favors"
tolerates lot "Idiot! ltH
) us only an Incumbering u funny I'olnmn-Cln.!
"Baldwin strolled to whereBaldy'
over and all Includlnltrlpbt'I es. You may have a writes Mrs Milo Sty
Monson was acting as lookout parasites lu our own homes. She, at Kidney troubles sample bottle by mall a clnnntl 'ouimoroliil I Tribune. ant, of Lou, Thomas
[ ; / Disease. They are purely a Home of ew.tnp.Bontfree Co., Ca .I suffered
for the faro game, preparatory to taking least, curses us In her mysterious vegetable compound and act directly on also pamphlet telling you how to find mo much with grest

hold of the box hlumelf, and drawing !heart, but all the others live beside us!' the weakened tissues and blood vessels out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. FOI'('" w-IUiont: liitelllKonc-e" / Is like n pain stomach in and my back and the of lower part of my
palpitation the heart
Monson's head down 'Luc$! y' began as they might live beside a rock or a of the kidney and urinary organs. Sold Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer loconioiiv"! : without n tuick or an enwlnocr. limn I could hardly lie down. Could, that hardly at

to count the hairs that the dealer had tree. They do not love UH. do not know at Goo a box, by Red Cross Pharmacy.ANNOUNCEMENTS. & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. .,::..I'' .. '.'!', fret bottles( up of in Favorite the morning. I're,cripUoo':butler and using two three VIOla

left on tbe top of his head. us, scarcely notice us. They are unaware -- -- .. of Dr Plena's Pleasant Pellets, 1 am like a new

'How many have you got left?' of our life, our death, our departure FOR COUNTY TREASURER.To Opnac woman.

Baldwin asked of Monson. mir return our sudiiesH our Joy My Friend cures a cold (in 24 hours. A modern Sick women, especially those suffering
our smile They do not even hear the from diseases of long standing, are invited .
'Eighteen of 'em nn Inch or more I klncllr.uk your support for County Treas Remedy for LaOrlppe, InfluenzaCoughs; consult Dr. Pierce by letter free.
sound of our voice as soon as It longer IlK"( ,
no election taYI0,
long the last time they
threatens them and when Under this head will appear the announcemenuuof I'rIOlaVt. truly, Bronchitis, Sore Throat Neuralgia: and All correspondence is held as strictly private
!soberly replled'Italdy." 'There may be : candidate*for tfio various I State adCoauty JOHN HENRY. Rheumatism. and sacredly confidential. AddreM
!some trifling short ones besides In the look at us It lei. with the distrustful bewilderment oftlces Purely vegetable easy Dr R V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
The charge for Insertion of announcement and pleasant to take and never fails to
of the horse In whose
eye FISH AND GAME WARDEN. -- ---- ---
tuft but don't !
they figure. from. now until the primaries are over will be -
'Eighteen, eb?' said 'Lucky' 'Well, Rtlll hovers the Infatuation of the elk .OO. an exception however, being male, in the 1 hereby announce myself IUa candidate for give quick relief. Opaacls a small choc-
It's just foolishness to be or gaze] that sees' us for the first time, case of those who ""ok election aa County CoininiHnloner the otllre of Finn and Maine Warden, snbli.ct to olate coated tablet, and Is sold at 2.o:; a f01EY5liONEYANDT R
packing or Momlwrs of the County Hoard of
bn bald box. Red Cross
the action of the democratic l'rlnunJ.w Pharmacy Titusvlllo.
around only eighteen hairs, Turn 'me or with the dull stupor of the ruminants Public Instruction who will be charged S2.BU, May 10th. T. A. ROJlL.'HIUS.: Cures Coldsi Prevent Pneumonia
or one half the regular rate. ,
who look upon us us u momentary ----------------- .=
tbe king; open for $18,000.) and If I win It la to he dUtliiotl understood that no announcement -- ---------- -

your eighteen hairs go with the pothow's and unol! KH, nrrl'lciit of the pas will he Inserted wl hunt being; paid MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD. t.....
ture.-MOM Maeterlinck-In: Century. for lu advance, an we have learnoil. from experience .
that? that this la the only sale rule. The many friends of A.J. Carter, of Tiirnbull,
... 'Baldy' glanced Inquiringly at the have ti become a candidate for theo I :i "
Warrant Every Hottle. llce or-Menther of Hrevard School Hoard for ; Frank ClarkCANDIDATE
proprietor of the club who was standing FOR COUNTY JUUGK. tho First District, und he solicits the support of .

by and his employer gave him the If troubled with rheumatism Rive To the Democratic Voters of llrevuril County i all 10th.his friends at the coming MANY primary VOIUM.,mi May

nod. Monson took the dealer's: chair Chamberlain's Pain Bttlm trial.. It will llavlnir/ bum honored by the voters of Brevard

and begun the tlenl. The king won not cost you a cent If It does no good.: count. i with tli olHoeof County Judge; I now -----
One application will relieve the pain. It i me before. you Hyaln .ollcltlnll your support To the Democratic. Voters of Bravaril County i
down near the middle of tbe box, and Hi
for re elertlon eubjee to the h. be held
also cures sprains and bruises In one- 10th. If eli primary,leil he.rrV: ::;{all announce my candidacy for Mem:
the proprietor of the club scrawled a .May nominated ami I will en- of Public Instruction from the 2nd I
thIrd the time required by any other loavor to continue luthedarhsrgeof,he dutiesof
district at the coining deiuooratlo primary, and FOR
check for $18,000 the Bank
on of California .
said olllre with fidelity to the .. < lu. i ,
treatment Cuts burns frostbites, ne i solicit the confluence and support of my fellowcltlzonn s; x
and handed It over to Baldwin. inlnsy, pains In the side and chest A. I.I'ENNEY.CLERK :; : R. E. 1I11M CONGRESSFROM i

'Lucky snipped the eighteen hairs glandular\ and other swellings are quickly ---
off 'Baldy' Monson's head with the cured OF TUB!: CIRCUIT COURT. THE I
: by applying; Every bottle FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER!

razor edged blade of his pocketknife warranted. Price 25: and 60o. For sale To the Democratic Voter of Brevard County I I
hereby announce myself as a candidate for
had the housekeeper at his hotel tie by all druggists; and medicine( dealers. I hereby, atmouno1' n.jIM"it: ; : a fortlitMitttre election as County Commissioner for the First Second Disrtrict
of Clerk of Court at the
IHmrlct, subject to the action of the democratic i
them up In tiny pink ribbon, with a ilemouratlc primary, to be held May 10, 191K, and primary, May 10, 10114. U, H. NAUM AN. ,
double bow to set them off, and exhibited will appreciate your support. -

the tuft In tho window of the Your respectfully! of Florida
J A, A. STEWART.To To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County i ii L''ldt-

Bella Union, labeled 'Baldy Monson's hereby announce myself a candidate. for ,

Scalp"Vn8hlllgtoD Post County Commissioner from the First District,
My Fellow Citizens of Brevard County i subject to the democratic primary election, May Solicit. Your Vote and SupportIn

Yielding to tbe wishes of many citizens in dtf'erent 10th, KH|>ectfully vonrs, the Democratic Primary.
CREDIT DUE TO SOMEBODY.Where part of the county, 1 hereby announce WM. R. WALKER.To __ _
i myself I a candidate for the olHoeof the clerk --z- =
of the circuit in the election
coming primal *
) Did .W. Get the Right to and earnestly solicit all the votes of allwho tbe Democratic Voters of Brevard County ON FOLLOWING PRINCIPLES '
Borrow In Blatlieiuatlcaf can conscientiously support">e.B. Appreciating: your support and confidence, in :
Where did we get the right to borrow It. WII.HOS. the pant and feeling; that I han faithfully discharged .
the duties imposed upon me,hereby
In mathematics?" asked a man TAX ASSESSOR announce myself arandldnte for election
for County: Commissioner of the ftecond District
who takes an Interest In curious things (?gyp .1..1.a .1.r 1 hereby announce myself a oondldate for the and ask your united support| at the primary.

"We always pay back-a thing we n office of Tax Assessor and, If elected. wi give Yours re"JeR: f mYr. Opposition to the Trusts.
the county the very beet service po.alble.Yours .
sometimes fall to do In other relationships respectfully,

In life-but where did we get the \v. u.: BANDERS.To To the Democratic Voters or Brevard County I Favors Income Tax.

right to borrow In the first Instance I hereby offer myself a candidate for Commissioner Perfection Inter-State Commerce Commission.

Take a simple Illustration In subtraction the Democratic Voters of Brevard County tAt from the Third District, subject to
the number friends. the primary, May 10, loot,
requestor a large
my Federal Aid for Good Roads.
: The teacher will tell the pupil to I[ hereby announce myself as a candidate for the JOHN HOUSTON.
ofllce of Tax Assessor for Krevanl county, sub-
subtract 4.322 from 0,421. We put the
I led to the action of the deniocn tie prlnmj to beheld Duty on Egyptian Cotton.
problem down after this fashlou: IIlarlU. 1UU4. If elected I will fulfill the To the Voters of Brevard County
office to the best of my ability, The friends' of R. A. Conkling announce him Rural Mall
,421 Yours respectfully, for County Commissioner from 'Ihlril District Delivery.
.822 ITCHKIX.: subject to the democratic primary.To .
Lot: Ample Appropriations Suwannee River.

Here we have the problem and the re I hereby announce myself a candidate for Tax the Democratic Voters of Brevard County Military Park at Olustee.
Assessor llrevard county and respectfully solicit
suit We know that we cannot say the support and votes of all democrat at Havlnit been urged: by man voters amt: tax
to become uondldate for reflection I
pavers a I
the primary' to b t held May in, 1111I4.ReStw .
two from one. So we borrow and
one I ," hereby announce myself as a candidate for yl"71 i'1'Fl r'11 'ti1 71"'ir 1 11 Ie it 1e 71w'if1'/t'e ii 1t'uili'uft"'JSeIF
say 'two from eleven; and we get tbe :A. FARMER. Comity Commissioner, from the 4th Dint Hit,sub -
jest to the action of the democratic primary of - ------ --- -.--- .
result 'nine.' We pay back promptly of May 10, lixvt. I will appreciate the support of

for Instead of saying 'two from two To the Deirocratlo Voters of Brevard County all democrats. JOHN C. JON EH. YOU WANT A...

leaves nothing,' we say 'three from I /Jiereby announce myself a candidate for tax
twelve leaves ulnc.' But by what authority nesHor and respectfully auk. the support of all To the Voters of Brevard. County
C. M. BROWN of democratic friends in the coming primary.
my In compliance( with the wish nf
do we say tills? When did wt KesiHCtfully, expressed
many of the voters of llrevard I offer Lot.
'. M..MILLAN. county .Building
discover that this method would giveus myself' for the office of C..untv<'ointnliuilonertiir' '
correct mathematical results? That's The People's Candidate torGOVER'NOR the Fourth District fur the eitsuinir year. If I ..
am eluted I will use best endeavors
FOR SHERIFF. my to carry
What 1 would like to know. Here we OF FLORIDA. on the business nf the conntv, honestly and fair-
have one of the problems which tbe To the Voters at the DemocraticPrimary.. ly. I respectfully solicit :Tour voles and Influ or a lot with a BUILDING READ: FOR OCCUPANCY
I respectfully announce myself as a candidatefor once RUHIHCI fully vours
doctrine of evolution may deal with. I nomination to tlieolllce Sheriff.and would JOHN H. WYNN LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,

suppose some old fellow la the long 56 YEARS A CITIZEN OF thank you all for jour' support/ at the primary, IMNKAPl'J.E PLANTATION
or ]
I ,
May 10,11KH.\ yours
ago found tbat It was necessary to devise THIS STATE.A J. 1'. BROWN.1 The taxl'oypra..f the Firth District heroliv .....
a method of meeting this mathematical ---- nounee.J F. 11..1111.. candidate fir the ../tic'. <>f We probably I have for sale just what you are seeking:

emergency, so be hit upon FOR TAX COLLECTOR aubect County| to Cninmlxuloner the amen. of from the democratic the Fifth District primary Settlers are Hocking in but still there Is room. If you ar|

the Idea of borrowing from one row of To the Democratic Voters of Hrerard County lu be held May 10, UNM. TAX i AYERS: -
Soldier Under looking this way drop a to
figures and paying buck to the next. General R. E. 1 hereby announce myself. as a candidate for
iomooof'Tax ('on_trtr or .Hrmrarcl' County, i
and no met and conquered<< a very serious Lee from'Fint to Last Day. subject to the action of the ilaninrrutlo primary' FOR STATE SENATOR.I JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd VlcePre.ident.FLORIDA .

dit lculty The Idea originated with to lit held May 10, 11)04.\ ( 1 earnestly. solicit the hereby announce myself. as a "candidate at
support of all my frlemls. the ileniorratlc EAST COAST R'Y
approaching primary election for the
some one, and to that some one we owe K. W. HALL.>
nomination for State Senator. nom the
something. Mathematics would be a Thirteenth Senatorial Dtntrlct ol Florida.' ST. A unPRTI'1 P. FIJ\
meaningless science without tills convenient Carries) four "Yankee" bullets FOR PROSECUTING AT1ORXKT. F, MlIl'DtiUN. Ttbbals, Fla. -'-

plan Just as other things would aa a gentle reminder of To the Democratic Votes of Mrevanl County rAt FOLEIJflD1EYfarelil.iv'-na
be useless but for the clever Inventions that bloody struggle. the anlloltatlnii of many frlemls I have I hereby announce mY"llllu a candidate for dVa
great finally decided, to become a oondtdata for the of- State Senator, subject to tha primaries of May Mabns
9r Klineye end
of men who have gone before. There Is ace of IToBooutlnn Attorney for tills county at 10th and I ask for the support of all my friendsIn eofl" er v. '*erefee
the thing for instance which stands the next ilomooratlo! primary. I respectfully solicit Dadeaud Mretard counties -- -- - -
Your truly, Yours respectfully,
your -
for nothing, the naught ,that round tr. A* FROST. M. 8. SAME cH.e.S- s.I az cc.

symbol It has a hIstory We know THE, FRIEND OF
dip w. Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE. '. FUA.i
how they calculated before It came Into THE PEOPLE. Ttf My ueipocrstlo Friends t

existence.! But I will not tell you aboutit Yielding to the> urgent request of an..ny..ote1'll.. the Democratic Voters of Brevard County t 11
I hereby offer myself before the dewoerstlcprlu.aty .
now. I was speaking about the borrowing f Scent now 1'T aniiounoe<.......utlDIt myself Attorney ataeandidatefortheof-fur thlll county sub as a candidate, for Representative In
habit In mathematics, and that to the action of the de"onattu I'rlana. to the next 'legislature. If elrctmi 1 pledire, thyself' 4r.
PLATFORM.The l"ci the loth d"lf'f May and solicit In all respect to support" the will of tre peoiileand FULL
ts enough to think about at one time. SIS on twat' to serve threvaru "..nnt.o the ht of my Fuw.k .
Do you know how and when lttorlgl. your kind IUppon Re5I :"' bnlrrH; ability. CLAUDE\ UL..SrEAt).

nated?"-New Orleans Times.Democrat farming and laboring
MAN'S LOVE 'OF THE DOG. I respectfully announce my randlnacy for the it
GOOD WAGES FOR HONES position of State Attorney of the Seventh Judicial PREPAID PREPAID
hrreby announcomyaelfas a candidate for Circuit of Florida, subject to democratic _
Of All Animal.. Only the Dog line WORM the onliie of auoerlnteutlent of uhho I nst motion nomination' on May 10.1904. I offer and pledge
Made AllianceVlth. t:.. for llravaril county,snbjtct t<>the decision a clean and fearless aJminlelretion; ef the duties $ !
of Ibe d.nuooratto priniJOHN etHic above honorable office, and ree|>ectfully : $
Man loves the dog!< but how much LIBERAL PENSIONS. .!1). R. W AL ER. solicit the support of theelector.of the Seventh $42O.jji ?

more ought he to love it If he considered Judicial Circuit of Florida. _
eral School POLICY. The Primary. JOHN C. JONES,Orlando,Fla.I .
lu the Inflexible harmony, of the The Railroad Commission. To the:Democrats of Brevard County.

laws of nature the note Exception whl'h BelnK a candidate for County Superintendent ,

Is that love of a being, that Hiiccetnln in Hard :Roads. Economical of Fuhlla Instruction solicit the influence of Hereby respectfully announce myself as a $
the ladles and the votes of the men la primary can piercing In order to draw closer to us Administration. Paymentof aJecll..... May nominateIfalthfnlandoholit t.fvant. the Seventh Judicial Circuit subject to the I IDoz. $450

the partitions everywhere else Impermeable be, In fact your action of the democratic primary. .
the State Debts. Regulation J. K. FUITZ CECIL U. BUTT.Orlando. Fla. .
that separate the species! We Dfirvwco tOIl
of Criminal Corporations) and
ore alone, absolutely alone on this FOR COUNTY SCKVEYOR. STATE COMUnTEEMEN.

? chance planet and amid all the forms Trusts. I hereby aantranre myself as a candidate for I hereby.offer myself for re-election as Memberof $

.f life that surround us not one, exvrptlng ...&...tIOl1 to tbe office of county surveyor forHrevanl the State Executive Committee for Brevanlcounty ..12n
county, and respectfully solicit tne awl solicit the vote of those who are .
the 'dog, has made an alliance A. MAN 07 DEEDS. rotes and support of all democrats at the QtoII D.prlDlart..on satisfied with my action on the present Comm It-
with A few creatures fear !May 10th. Yours ***.
im. us, most .1. 1hIFB. W. J. TUCKIR. Ajeuts for the Pabat lirewluR Co.

.*xe uujvture of ,us, and not one loves

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Cards. I i It!

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-- 1? 1 was then: droppml" '1110) II larppnnd hag In hilt invt work, "Fact iiiul Com II';;;'

M. ROBBINS, { cIieII siixpoiuli l In n tank I t fresh Kn ments." UcrlxTt" Spencer gives n enrlon .

GEO. j/j ; I TOLD BY HIMSELF ABOUT HIMSELF water. \\hSch |I" connt.-iinij' I ruiiMvixl.There bit of self\ revelation He confesses It's'I.j ,

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AND HIS TRIBE. : I nwnlt. niv rlnnt' file, which that though! he particularly liked '; .

AT-LAW. I will I fear he ti I\sbDlou\ :t'r'e coiintvr. tho society of tiling/ people) It bored ,

The Trials and Trlbalaitloaa- the. New' York News. him to an uncndnrnhle extent It they

WUl practice in State and United States I I Snvculvnt hi....".. Wont the Timeof 1)eafnesti worried him with unintelligent chatter,

Court. PlaMitlitaT I'Mtll Ills Appearance Cannot He! Cured and that to nvolil! thin It was his custom

Office at TITUSTILLK, FLA. ost the VlahniaataTer'a Commtrr. by local applications, as they cannot to ask them .some uctlon| which For I .

A Remedy That No Ones I There were about 000,000) of us when reach the diseased portion of the ear. could not lie answered" without n good

There la to Deafness deal of thought He Will! accustomed
only one cure
way "
GAULDEN, as tiny flakes of spawn-or "spat," as ,
D.L. Afraid To Take. to base his Judgment of their Intellects!
the and that la by constitutional\ \ remedies.
spawn IB called-we floated upon the answers retnrnotl. and
ATTORNEY-A T-LA.W, Dr. Thacher' Liver and Blood Syrup out into the water one day on "the Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition well intaglio that those who were midtenly -

Will practice in all the Count of the State has been used In thousands of homes for flats." of the. mucous lining of the Enstnchlan confronted with Minit such problem .

ot Florida, and the United Statue Courts. fifty-two years with perfect confidenceand At first we were white and apparently Tube. When this tube gets Inflamed na "Why Is the sea suit?" mu"

1.U BOX.235. TITU8VILLK, FLA. the most remarkable results. llfelews. Then we turned gray nml you havo a rumbling sound or ., have regarded n drive with the great You !

The great success of this remedy is due finally black. At this stage we became Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely philosopher III!! "something' of nil ordeul. ',

T J. WEBB, to the fact that its formula (which consists visibly alive. For several days we closed Deafness I Is the result and unless Ixiulon
r of Buchu floated the sport of waves and tldi>.. the Inllammatlon can be taken out ,
Hydrangea, Mandrake
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW Yellow Dock Some of my brothers! were carried out and this tube restored to Its normal condition How to Ulf I,
Dandelion Sarsaparilla an Attack otItheuiinitlHiii.
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th Gentian, Senna and Iodide of Potassium to 81'1all ) swallowed
by fish. At last all
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents has been we be. nine cases of ten are caused. by catarrh,
and rents and accounts collected. freely published. gun Instinctively to sink toward the "For years when spring time came on
which la but DRINK
Doctors and bottom. nothing an inflamed condition and I Into 1
Druggists everywhere do went gardening, I wan sure to
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. not hesitate to recommend a preparation Then began again terrible destruc of the. mucous surfaces. We will have an attack of rheumatism and every 1I I

which they know contains the best- tion. :Many: fell on mod-the Dost fatal give One Hundred Dollars for any case attack was more severe than the preceding
D. PENNEY, of Deafness (caused! by catarrh that one," says Joule McDonald, of Mao, 4
known remedies thing a young oyster can do. Those ) cannot "
A. for
correcting all Irreg- Logan; county West Va. "I tried t every.
ularities of perished: at once. Others attached be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure with 11"'A'
the Liver, Kidneys or Blood, thing no relief whatever until I
i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and the diseases caused by the failure of themselves to plants and weeds which Send for circulars free. F. J. Cheeney procured a bottle of Chamberlain' Pain l'

TITUSVILLE, ,FLORIDA these functions to grow at the bottom of the sea. They ,fI: Co.,Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 7.V: > Halm, and the tint, application !gave me
perform their i i
proper lived for a time-so long at least ns the Hall's Family Pills are the hostAPHORISMS. cane, and before the ilrnt bottle was used _
in all the of
Will practice courts the 7th work.
plant remained: alive Then, when the I felt like a new person. Now I feel that.

Judicial Circuit. Thousands of sick ones to whom life plant died: they perished as well. lamented, but I always keep a bottleof i/

has been, a burden have written grateful Fortunately tor myself I drifted on Chamberlain' Pain Uulin. In the house" I.II''
/-* A. FROST letters that others to n bit of "cultch" -- and when I fuel any symptoms of .a re-
might profit by their -thut Is to say, one
,, A good intention clothes Itself with turn I noon drive It away with one or
experience. of the old shells which the dredgers of llnam..
I'owc'r.Enll'rllllll. application this n"t. For sale i
and oyster men so carefully scatter all He that swells in > will be by druggists: and medicine defilers!
No. l |
: 13, 1902. t
Will practice In all the Courts of thel7th| Dw.uutferlugterrtblywithl und over the lien floor of an oyster bed 1 sure to Hhrlnlt In adversity.--Coltou.IJcHponslUility -- -- THE GREAT if ifI
Judicial Circuit. kidney trouble and cent to my druggiat for settled with my deep shell uppermostand
relieve. TntlSTWOItrilV OKNTLK..:
something to me. walk hand In hand
A s he Rent me a package of Dr. Thncher's my flat or right shell nearer the I lady In enrh I'mimv t" manage HEALTH DRINK.
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. with und > J. U. Hol liiiKlne .. ,
Liver and Blood Syrup I concluded to try It, ground. At the time I did not know fiipntlty i i ivi r.- for old nntulilUhiid b"a..f I
cud I fliminml taiidlnir. A Mruitfht, bona fide
now am lit 1111.
deeply grateful to
.s well a$to you. my druggistI why I did this. I have since realized: weekly mhfary of flll.Ut"hl, liy vhiM'k" raoh Mun- ,
G. A. FROST. WADE H. JONES. had been sufferer from these thing and that It was hi'rnusc in that position I nisi nature and evenness of temper I,I.. with ..1 expenses dlrnrt, from. hfladniwrlor" *.
a general rundown condition Monny advanced for ..xi."'iini>i.. Hmilimu; mldrttMid -
& JONES, .nd had only received. temporary for reliefyfrmnother should he more easily able to ejet the will give! you an rasp ooinpaiilon for tmvvloiM. MunaK; WO; Caxlim Itlilir,, "IN THE GOOD I )

FHOST medicines.". Hut after using not quite two Bund mid grit which a rough sen sometimes life.-St pelt'. ,ChloseoFLORIDA'S. I I
package of your Liver and Blood Syrup I feel stirs Silliness I of and xti'iidlitesK of SUMMER "
porxons O OLD TIME
.. pln shallow water. I nttnched
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, stout and hearty* I ever did in my life and t
Immaatixfied. that I am entirely cured. I feet myself firmly to my ancliornge; features I ire flttii.il,' marks of good FAMOUS TRAINS! 4 1
Loans: and Collections. no ivmptoma whatever of kidney trouble and of "cultch" and felt myself at last fulr- hriH'dlns.). "'. lloluii'M. .
my digestion la as good a* any living man'.. I
I ITITUSVILI.B: FLORIDA.O. I can now eat whatever I chooae. ly utiirted In life. Tlu prudence the best blends Is often \Ifh

. and I never had any remedy give me such quick Soon I noticed that every single morsel defeated liy flue tenderness. of thu I ,
permanent relief and Icon not put a cor-
WOIILEY.. K. 11. SEYMOUR rect been estimate to me. would on the. value not take your medicine haa of shell or stone around me was best of heurlH.-KleltlliiK-! / "Chicago Florida Limited"ST. I r$'

money for it. Very gratefully any your amount of tenanted by tiny ojsters, all lying in It Is t'usler fo onrli-h ourselves witha

-I T 7ORLEY & SEYMOUR, J. C. DROWN. the name position as myself and all tliouxnml virtues. than to correct ourselves

vy If yon need a md(<
. ATTORNEYSATLAW.Do fff Jlralt/i Ramp 610.(..,.."bottles anil "Dr. IHacHtr, There I lay, unmoving, for nearly a The Individual who Is habitually to CII1GAOO sad) ST. LOUIS. la. delicious I IMETTO

a !general practice In State and Federal Jive.|/tfDCo tta for atf' ..... year. Foal in the shnpo of tiny anl- tardy In keeping an appointment will n refreshing;
'i Courts. Special attention givento w. limply ante ytnt la try 41 at our ewpane. mnlcnlit' which Thin train In opernUid. over tlm Klinrtmt Unalietwmin
.. Wa knot what U trill tin. an oyster loves best, never bu respected or successful In rU, AiiKUiilliiii, Jnokminvllln, ", I'Llnnirn belel'llgo11a118\ from ripe
admiralty practice. far tat fry all DrNfII'.b"_ <> was plentiful. When the water was !to.-W. l<'!llk: and 1 $t, Ij>tim. anil. alTuruft' the quhikttNt. auhutlulu j
i FKISSKLL BUILDING, MIAMI, FLA. sent. and $1.00. thick with It. we all Ox| 'nod our shells I by iitiiirly two hiHirii. Saw! Palmetto. Berries, Absolutely free i

TRACKER MKtHClNK Tile train In the ml 11111.1".1. of .prrrncMliin. in
CO., wide, and milking currents In the water I plan| -
I. HniiKcr nMrvlii" ,noiinl.,llinf of Pullinun VuBtlbuliMlDrnwInK from pernicious, harmful drugs. Metto
; E. FOSTER, Chattanooga, T_M.. by menji-t of the tiny hairs which SOfT nmni, Hlufl|>iiit| > Coiiiiurtni: | nt, Dining
STEPHEN frlngo our Kills and which men call our COIl UlMcirvailmi tiers: stimulates. the Liver\ hashes the Kidneys ,

. ATTO1iNEY-AT-LAW,1 Notice Ix'imlH, we washed the dulntlea Into I...av..n St. Augustine TiW) a. III.j| .Tiki'kMiiiville, I IIi
, N-4OH: in. Arrive t'Iauags, 4:10: p. m.j; $t. LoulR/ acts directly on tho bladder.
Dyal-Upchurch Building, Jaz our mouths. Our choU-est delicacieswere i are I'. ill.

: the minute green algip, which Like the running brook, the -0_ Makes these! organs perform their functions I
IN Urevard County. FlurhU. give to full grown oysters that greenish red blood that flows '
, tinge that Is the mark of the aristocratic through "The Dixie Flyer" In a natural way, thereby. keepingthe
John R. Walker John U. Mlor, John C'. Jones, the
veins has
S. BURNIIAM M. D. to from '
native come
N K A. Cnllklllljl; and J, K. Bull a* und In heir system perfect healthy con-
: capacity its futility: t'ommii'Blomirs of llrevanl When I first anchored myself I was somewhere. /ST.: LOUIS
: SURGEON and SPECIALIST, County Flurida YsMargaret! but the twentieth of an inch in diameter The dition.
springs of red blood
arc I'nllnmn Vest llmtnil Itrawlnit-room, Sleeping
; haste. -so small Indeed, that a microscope
. Ear Nose and Throat r Can from Jni-kaonvllle, to t'lilimno: and Ht Louie
To Margaret floe and tosll pprnonn Intern would have been necessary to examine I in the soft core of the via.. t'Iitun Manon Atlantu Ckattanuoga: ,I Lookout .

: WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.DR. od In or litvl IT liens iiinit| IIH! tnllowing! dom me. At that stage my shell was perfectly ones called the marrow and Mountain)and Naehv ills.tsaveJonksonvllleatnnp. l 1r9
, urlliod property to wit, that tract of land Iylll" .

IIOUGIITOY'SFIAATING In Hrevardoountv where, the north, Kliirl'lit line ot the to nortlioast wit t'osumsuuIng .quariHr- the transparent.At end of ten. months I had Increased me: :! say: red blood also I comes B.ISa: m.| He. l....nl.,7 a.\: in.... .the in., second Arrive.moriiliiK.Chicago I

: of the northwest quarter of Heutlon' 1I.T..wn.hl" the For BUw|>liir( our rimnrvatlona,, for Illinr the
| -Sold
:2H 8, Kan e 37 e:, InmrNuutx the water. nf Indian, In diameter to fully the adze on: spleen I Healthy bone alxive tritlnn, fIr any iitlier Information, write or by-
, River, run tlimiKe'weiit along: north line of mall l liiiuiitliined of n dime and become what is called iarrow: and call
DENTAL APARTMENTS quarter,, noine Hivli.iliiH to tliii we. healthy spleen onK. Red Cross
,. .
line of maid. iiuurrer, ; thunre run wroth alon the "brood. full of fat. <: J. WALKER, Fl I.* Ajtent.
: on the "Dentos,"; BuhilivlHitin line 411 olinln to the onthwei corner During nil this time I had been learning -e Nash vllie. Chattanooga. Ot" Ht. Loiila Ry Tltusvillo Fla.
of the *c>utli.m-t inurtur| of the northwest Scott's Emulsion makes 212 Went Hay 8t. Jarknoirvllle, riit. ,
: iiiitrierof| said 8uorl' n II, thence" mil east on ninny things. I found out that It new 1
NowjAT DAYTONA tIe allb.llvl..lo" line 10) . 1l': 'j chaiiiH, thence oust 1H chin n.ore or I les to
the water' nflnillun. River, thence niHauiltrlnir when dangers! of various kinds threatened and
: FE. BUCK, the waiurse'lKO, nnrtli"pHt rlv ti> the pnlnc/ of when the tide wait low or. In winter uiirpw the spleen with Lee & Bryant
, beglnningexrtlptiugabout two acres liulonifliitr I IC richest of all fats the
to U W. iooilB.' : when frost was Bevere. You muy pure ,

. Stockton & Budd Building, MalnnSt\ You are hereby notified. to be and appear In perhaps imagine that an oyster is a I od liver oil. .
the Circuit Court: In and for llrevanl .rnnntv ASHKVir.LK N C.HO t tGFonolral
creature of such low organism that It ,
Jacksonville. Rooms'15, 1(1,17.( I"lorl'la.t' the 'lerk's. olllc. uion; rule iluy. In For pale school girls and
, June, h"iiif( the nth loW or .f nee A. l>. t'Mi4. to cnnnot rice or feel much of what is go-
DENTIST. show wh", I..t"re.t. you liuvo In the above dencrlhed lug on round about It. lint you are i nvalids and for all whose : : Oor.n.r.n.:1ss:10J1: : : : : orohL\J11I9.: : ; '
land sod to"howu u.e why 20 r""t rlirht
: <:rown and BrldgeWorl: 1 of way for a pnhllo road Hhonld l not he taken wrong. The mantle fringe of an oyster ilood is thin and pale, Scott's caW: LICIT SIIIPMKNTM: OFL'ATJ'ITS 1 e
over Hiild land, aH preyed In the Vlaliitlff.. petl
la very sennit I ve. It watched un
: Porcelain Inlays, lion nleil In this. OUIISH. In the ('I<'rk'8 ofnrn for you Emulsion is a pleasant and rich f
from bout In calm would : :< efcJ : : :T.IEh.713LCSi.I:
. Plate work. the use of ihe I'latntllT. way fur a I a water you : VIG :
IllgU-clasa public ru.,11 I or else be furuverbarredg see that the mere shadow of the boat blood>, food. !It not only feedshe .

Ordered at the Clerk': office at Tltni..vlle. crossing an oyster bed will cause those tl -WK MAKE PKOMPT\,\ RETURNS
blood-making but
'OLEY3IIONEYriTARato..Ui.ooadlas.d Florida, this. the l.llh: day of April A. D. I'.KU. organs
: (Senlct. ('t.) A. A. PTKWAltr, of us upon whom It falls to close! our jives; them strength to do JhP'JCIIJr.NCKN: I !Battery Turk Bank, Ashevllle, N. O.; Bank of Henilnrsonvllle\ her .
: h.al.inada D L. dllltI'Jr.; dctrsonvlllo, N, C. ; Dunn and Bradnlrtiot Commercial Agencies..

- Att'y for Complainant. Jniie-Mt. It was necessary to be most careful tl heir proper work. .. --- -

Dangers were many and terrible. Sea! Bend for free lample.BCOTT .

Application for Divorce. urchins prowled among us and devoured A 1IOWNK. Chemists: MASON M. CLARK
4 or4l' Penrllllrp..I. ;
many Hut of all our foe the .. Mlllrp I Mil tf",.,. ".New York. ,

worst la the five fingered starfish. One _
f : CIRCl'IT C )URT OF THE SEVENTH' : Street and 100 West Street NEW YORK
of anchored -- ,
IN Judicial. Clrrult of Florida. Brevard Count, my sisters, not a yard
In Chiinrery away, fell a victim to this terror of t

Annie *Neal J Iv Hill For Divorce. the oyster rx ds. It clutched her with LIVER.TROUBLES Fruit aM.P Commission Merchant

t ALLNEEDS George; Neal.) its long fingers. She closed her shell.
api-earlnn" by the Hill ul loinplalntsxhlbit- .
ef ; But the not to be shaken
; : : creature was
t 1, and nled\ In mall. cause, and the. arld.ivft) ofcomplainant's
'porlence has, '"toNt"l>ed It neauw0. solicitor, that the whereahout. of off. Hour after hour It clung there
.1 Hold by oil Ueulor/. Yo 1oowlicy -r defendant, Genrue Neal, It not known, that com.plalnaut's until oil the'second day after its first SPECIALTIES: :
ha, used all In his
| crow. H31;1 Steil": nollotor mean
,.i! Annual poetpald fr.. to all up- .. ewer to tlnl wild def. .mlant and that he huse.ii grip sure poor thing, opened her shellto
1 pllcanl. > absent for mora than sixty ((60)) day nextrecedini get a mouthful of food. At once the '., "Ilia"Th.d ford's nlaclr.DraDlrbl Florida Pineapples) Oranges Grapefruit
> the for order' 01 puhllea.Lion. ,
: w ( application a Good meliolne for ...
D. M. FERRY & CO. ; II er dl.e.
that -alii dWemlant wa a resident of this startlxli Injected into her a fluid wblcbItllletll.tI fteired
h my 'oo after he had .pAD'
county and state. her so thut she ctiuld not lion with dnrtor. ItUalltheiMetllelne ,
A r That: he I I" over the agent twenyoneyears and, \ I tare.-MRS. Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
( that there l I.no pernon within the state of Florida clime) again. Then the monster turned t'A'lOLlNil ,
be service of a .u bpo..a. upon whom would, bind Itself Inside out shot Itself into the WARTIN.I'Ir.roburw. W. Va. .. --. -- -- -.. .--...- ,- .. ,. .-- .' .. .---
aid defendant. your liver docs not act
Largest and Most Conlnlete Now, the said Oeorge Neal, he and..ppearhefoe | open xhell and devoured her.Then to regularly
the:Judge; of our Court. on the Unil day. of go your irurgit and
Establishment South. day, A. I). I'I04. said dar being the first Monday\ one day a year after I bad secure! a pie:kaga of Thedford's F. Ru.hlz.aaii c& Co-
I.. *ald month, to answer.said 11111 of Complaint floated as "spat." came a startling Bra k-Drauaht and take a dose

GEO. S. HACKER &: SON or you a,decree and complainant proconfei-o: will will he be entered allowed against to proceed change In my existence. Something medicine tonight This great family 2111; Washington, Ht. NEW: YOUK. .
laid cause. huge und heavy came out of the shadow << frees the constipated\ \Murray:\ I Htreet. )r N. Y. '
It IK further ordered that this notice be pon- of a boat above and approached bowels stirs tip the torpid liver .
iihed In t'! e F.AJI'COAItT ADVOCATE' :, a newspa-. and causes ----
s healthy ancretioaof
per published said county once a weekor nixplng and grating along the bottom.It bile.Tbedford's.
'onr consecutive. week from the time of the
wn* n great triangular dredge
Itllnlf/ of this Hill. Black Dranght
Sr Wltuexs the Honorable :Minor .Jon.... Judgeof wrought Iron. At the bottom was a will cleans the bowels of impurities Oranges Pineapples *
old court and the Heal nf said/ court In open Hut bur with a blunt edge, known to and utrer.gthen. the kid. *
court in Tltusvllle Florida, tula SOtb day ft -
March, A. D. 19 04. the dredgers! as the "bit. coda A torpid liver invites
MI10K8: Jones As the "bit" approached It scrapedthe Lilioune, chills snd and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We i
(Ct. Ct. Seal' > Judge Circuit Court. lever
F.J. WEHII,Bollotor for Complainant. l bottom of the sea clean and next I and all manner of iirk-
Instant I, too found myself lifted and ness and contagion. Weak kidn'vs represent. several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to represent .
result in Uright'i dillf'.... x
dropped Into the net. together with which HIve trial. Establiidieil !9I!() t
Masters! Sale. claims M many victims yon also us a shipment. years.KflTAIILIHIIKD Ii
hundreds like myself and a mlscel- a. '
A 25-cent
Iambus collection of small soles and Package nf TtuMiford's Dlsck- -. _.. ',.

: !: ANI BY VIRTUE': OF A DECREE!: !: other thing Ihaught.hould always L." kept IS7U. ':
UNDER and Bale Issued out of the One of the mm sorted over the catch in the houe. \

MANUFACTURERS OF Chancery Circuit hearing Court or date lire..rd D-cenibcr County 4th.. Florida. A. D.In stud having selected all the oystert "I ."*e
Doors Sash Blinds least! In a cause therein pending wherein AaronA. and spat. "shaded". the rest buck Into plaint, for liver. and kldoey com- M. Lane & Son
DeOrauw I III complainant,ant Lizzie ". Rice the It" and found nothing" noel
sea through a porthole.I. -: 1
and her husband I.. H. Rice, are defendanu. I bl..... OOF1I'W4IC, Man ,
folding & Material will offer for Hale In front or the Court llouiw In company with enormous quantities lU.
Building and of
dooralTltnrllle. Monday the day
Ma.... IU44! durlnir the legal hour of sale\ to the of other brood was put Into a THEDFfD'3PR4LJGtIL 250 WA8HINOTOX STREET, NEW YORK. .
Office .Warerooms.: King, opposite hlgbeitand beat bidder,foTeehell'he following "wash" measure holding fire and a "

Cannon Street.Charleston Florida dencrthed,and' described land lying a* follow In Brevard, to wit:County, quarter a'RlIonllnd reluld. Here lifer' I'

S. C. Beirlnnlnirat a point 98,45 feet weal of the was lens eventful and food most poem Southern Fruit and Produce IC

!'south .eat corner of Bl.ick, 4. of the 95.411 town feet ofTltucvllle. tiful. To fatten well ap oyster must 6LACIf-
thence west
Florida BO
have a certain amount of fresh water,
Sash thence I fro north irlS'1 feet thence BO: eat 95.41
Weights Cord aIl i ii feet thence smith 11I.:10: : feet. Bald lot In thin snug retreat I passed' frombroul i'
I I nil:98.'" o Main .treet, and IU.ir feel; on to half ware and from balf ware orn.rc.lsslozl.:: : : : :: tMIsJcb.o.c.: : :
Lemon street and l"' lni( a part of Block 4 of
Hardware mall: town Tltnirilbi.. according to the *.Db1I..1.lon to warp, or full grown oyster. Hut IIItl11
i map of *ald block. 4.now on tile In the FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. :
went on growing and ,
DriVe of the clerk of the Clrenlt Court of Bre- developing '
Window and Fancy GIas'' rard County Flurida.UgU.. until one day the dredge swept' rue np ,I 1 ,1
>f. RnaRiNS.Special .
A SPECIALTY. Muter In Chancery. again en.ll was rained once more Into t Stencil, Cards and our/iuotatlons furnished on application.

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ROOSEVELT AND PARKER. ]door And: '"OO'I.I:1d.o"VV: : : gr rAm.00. JAMES: PMTCHABD, President; ,WM. M. Buoirtr, Vlce-PresidenG

We are making hundreds of frame every month for the leading contractorsand

President Roosevelt has taken a we should make them for you. W. do It cheaper and better. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
A WaaiLT JOUMAL DBTOTXD TO' TE7 DBTBbOrMMT Our latest improvement Is .
hand in the Ohio factional fight In
or TRB' IMDlair, KITBB, LABBWOBTB the interest of party harmony. He BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLEYS. ,

AMD BISOA.TBB BAYSBOTIOHS.PUBLISHED had a taU with Senator Dick, and and 'you should insist on gettlug these In jour frames COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
r. When have building to do, write
yon any
one result of the interview was a Authorized capital. $1OOCOO
subsequent conference between Mr. Paid up capital. $40,000
General office EAU GALLIE KLA. '
H. WAI.TOH' Editor & Publlnher Hannu'a successor and Senator -Yards at Titusville, Eau Game,,Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach- ,. Average deposits, $150,000
Foraker for.the purpose of adJust. I -
Dlaoontlnuance of advts. must be made per N
-17 at this office or by writing. ._ ing the differences between the ..,+ 1 Transacts a General Banking

Check,eto.,may be made payable to CHAM.BI factions.The President's activity is in ; Florida East Coast Ry. z Business.

].. WALTON T publUher. i
marked contrast with the demeanorof i

aID writing to the ADVOCATE for Infornn Judge Parker. The calm serenity LOCAL TIME CARD No.55. In Effect Apr. 12,1904.NORTHBOUND largest and.Oldest Bank on the River.
lion ox iny kind,tbewrlter will oblige: by endowIng of the latter amid the factional I .+4r 'Kr H
atampod-ftclilrenned envelope. SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. -READ UP. Exchange bought; and gold on all Foreign
quarrels in his party recalls the ; l'I I Countries.

BOSTON OFFICES-Tim KAIIT COAST AovoOATH best lays of the Republic, when No 981 No.29 1 No.98 s..78Datly. '; --
baa opened an oftlne' at 404 Atlantic avenue, >>. STATION!. I Daily. I Daily Patronage appreciated. Prompt service point
on ton, which will bo In charge of Mr. Claude this great office sought the man. .111'J treatment,and every favor coinlitenC with con.ervstive .
O.Walton. Parker exhibits the dignityand --oo 910x.::77.: ............. .... LvJksov"e Ar................... ...... tlnCep I e banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS .
Judge 008p 114Ha.SO J.kaonv'eJy.......................... 84:1.: 'Up ,.
poise of a strong man. President 113p 1066..St.Augua4ns.. ................... .. l :
Address all communication to a6 y 11 Sic ....... ................... Hastings! .........................:..:. 71O5 a 0OOOtOp 'g1., .. t Phoenix National Clank N. V., Empire State
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Roosevelt the impulsiveness 081' iis9a .... :...................:..1I.1'.latka.: ............................ II u. 445pI30p3110p i it. TtiiHt Company N. Y.,National Bank of Jack
t .
TSTDSVILLx, FLORIDA. ..... sonville. Jacksonville, Jfla.MeMurray
and feverish unrest usually associated .........................Ar..P.latkLv......................... e11a 415p '
-- -- with weak natures. tOp 1110. .........................Ly..I'&lotka..Ar.......................... 700. SOOp$30P .ri'x'USVILLT,

V. S. Department of Agriculture The more that the country has 1 Sop ............:.............A p B&n Mateo Lv.......................... -.. -coos -
an opportunity to study the characteristics .... .. IOOa ................ ....Lv".11' MateoAr....... ................ .. 9 Ste I lap .

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla.. ofthe two men, the more -7' Dip-}512p- ........................Lv..Neowa..Lv..t................ -11116. -403p & Baker
O 1 ae .........._. .... .. .... ..B..n n.II.. ... .......... ....... 04a 3 t8 p117p
The following is a comparative statement It will become apparent to the pen- p 3 Up p ...........:....:...:.. .:...Dupont. .........:...... ............. 1111II. 34ap ,
of and rainfall for the that Judge Parker is far the 1 Up IS p .,.......................:....Ormond.......,...................:.. 11(17. 30Bp
temperature pie ; by 9DOp 31lp.......... ............... .D.yton. .................. ........ 41\IIa\ tS00n191s
week ending Tuesday, April 10, loo!. safer man to intrust with the Presi II0p 33338p .............................POnOr.nKII.:........................... .411. 843p
-100.1- -1903- DO II OIS P ...........................N..w 8m nu.... ...........,........... 4 a 9 p 401.414 East Bay Street, .Jacksonville, Florida.
dency. All of Mr. Roosevelt's ten. 014 G57p ..... .. ................. ...O..1r. 11111.............................. 8119a 1 titOtip161p
DATE. MAX.' MIN. MAX. MIN. In. a D OOp .....:........................Tltu.vllle..................... ......... t10a 113p -Makers and Jobber of-
dencies in the direction of -
13 82 6.1 77 73 are 1.7j, l3Sp .................................0000........ ........................ Slra a 18 .
14 80 026U 85 74 dividualism. He rides roughshodover l40p ............................RnckledIta. ................ ............ 997s 1:1: BOp
ll1: i .0Bp ............................E&\lO&llIe............................. 14a17
15 81 77 0(1( the Constitution, precedent, a itsp ............................. M..lbourne............................... 144a 11 tla108a Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material .
16 81 74 77 61 164p ........... ...,..........Sebastian.... ......................... 121111" 11 WsSo7a
17 83: 72 Ti 50 men and things whenever it suits 643p ...........,.................St. Lucie...:.........,................ 12 ,'Iia 10110. ,
his Even a genius like alas 303p.............................F .PI..ro.....?.......................... .11 tSp 1016a$1s
18 84 71 70 60BO( purpose.. : 813 p ...............................Tlbb..I................................... 1141:1.: Saddlery, Bobber Tires
19 84 70 7tt Napoleon failed in the end ; and tea OlIp. ............................Eden................................. ltlp II".
Total rainfall for the week: 00.2 1.1. 11101> ...............................Jansen........ ...................... 11 Up 140.
the Mr. Roosevelt, his biographer, Mr. 11111. Rip ........................... .Stu.." ............................ 06p 080. First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
Departure from normal rainfall for .... ........ .Fiobeound... .. .. ... .. .
Leupp admits, is not a genius, but a94a 8 tip .. ......... : .. ... ... t35p 905
week: minus 01.00 Inches. Departurefrom S44! 710p............ ............wr.tJup'ter................-.:,::,,.... 0 lip 841:1.: - .- -.-. -- -- L
normal rainfall since January 1, merely an ordinary man, with a .114. 7 44p .................,........ W. Palm Reach .......................... I 3B p 8 IDa
411S. OBp ............................BoyntoD.-................ Il0p 4606608s
minus 0.03 Inches. superabundance of energy. 818p ......................... .....Delray.................................. 8 lap 40a51111a TILE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY. I
h At. HAKDIN, Observer. The American people have had 9 06p ................. .. ....:.. I..ud..rdal..... ...................... II alp 8 M eetOa
: Il3p............................H..llandal.............................. q38p 8.4. (
""'- -- -- -- --- --- three and a half years of a personal 848. 9 iBp .... ..........................Lemon City.... ........................ '1top II .oe700s
is t70P ................,......... ...'"I.mi..J.Y.......................... 'lOOp IOOaEANWORD
For United States Senator Presidency, and there every reason Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement \
to believe that they would wel. I
came a change to con

P. TALIAPERKO, government and an utmoHphcre. in Dnfly. I I Ii 'l; I nidl? I 84ArtoN.. I natl 0.4 I'iITltuaYllle Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick .
the White lloude that umiii ked:t less ,,, .. ;
Whose name is commonly pro. 7 Oa s'Lv...,..... 12 BOp sOap 1010a Lv..N. S.nyrna..Ar } 05p 7 tOp 1
of Cceaarlsui. But the democratic II 53 a Lv........... ...... ... 31 3U,. 1121a!1.1'. Lek, Helen .Ar 10p, .top
nounced as If it was spelled must forward a sane 1111" ......... ...1..Ar'' 11 001\1 ID5p II 8naLv.OranweCity.At/ OOP 054p Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. 'Telephone No. 262.
party put 980aArSanford.. 'OOp 1146sIAr..Or.City Jo..L" UDal' IStllp I
"TOLIVER.: platform and a safe leader, if it ex. J. K. MUNXERLYN, General Manager. c

_. pects to overthrow Rooseveltism.L't No.23 No.21 I N0'Deily MAYPORT8u No.18 No. 10 No.22 ., .
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-- o.9:1
us have Parker.TOMORROW nlnds, r Runde, 3' > except. I RANOH Patty Sanday ,,
o oni .
Y .UrlAV onl" The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In tbe State.Wm.
POLITICS In Brevard county are I
) ........ .Lv. J..kaonvllle .... ..... 46 II ,
--- -- ---- --- 100 I' 101'11 1 II 00 I 81"1" Ar. 7 s 10" IS lap
In fact
warming up, they are gettingred 1081' 1018. IIOBI ava. ..........So.J..kaonylll............... ,87. 1552p I
hot, and all candidates are set night AdjutantGeneral atop 10DOII etOI' SM1S. .. ...... .....J."blol..ch ........... ,011. I11\0a\ 4IOp
who a tIS p 1016 $ 046p 94a. ...........AUantin ach. ..1..... .. .. dots 1146a : :: ..8... :E30"\:1.IS &; CO. \
tling down to have a "battle royal. Clifford R. Foster, is a 1110. 700p 920 a. ..........Ar. MAY port J.v........,... 845. 1110a 416DOOP
Good job 'we have cool weather for candidate for election at the ap. --


the of Titusville. lIe
-- --- - people was
TUE citizens of Tampa proposeto born in Savannah, Ga., in 1873, and Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers

hold a May Festival or Carnivalthe three years later, upon the death of HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

first week in May. It will be a his father, he came with his motherto a eM0 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
These Time T..bl.. show the Um..a..t which trains. be e""t..d tD arrive and depart t
continuous round of pleasure, and her home at St. Augustine, wherehe from the'''Yllr"letatlona. but their arrival l..r departure. It' the time stated I. not guaranteed Afjts.for Purina Feed- Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. K'y. and Plant System. I

those who attend may rest assured spent his boyhood and has since nordoee the Company: bold itself resp..nelble for any delay or any ooua..quonco arlalD"tbere- - .- -

will have enjoyable time. resided. the outbreak of the tram.
they an At -- -

-- ---. --- Spanish-American war he tempora. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information W

INCONSISTENCY is a very poor pol. rily resigned the editorial chair of "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." rsdP ; : :i

icy to pursue, and the newspaper his paper, the St Augustine Morning '
that one week favors one man, and Journal, to respond to the call l J. D. RAIINER, Aast. Gen Pass. Agent.. ST. AUGUSTINE r...L.

the next week another, in the hopeof for volunteers, and, upon his return ----- I

their and in IBS)!), was elected municipal OF ELECTION.
securing! patronage INSPECTORS THE VETERAN VOTE l SPAULDING'S ROSE, No.4. $3.25 Bbl.

good will, la frequently doomed to judge of St. Augustine, which position II BLISS TRIUMPH, $3.00"
disappointment.POLITICS he held when appointed adjutant ; The following were recently appointed Will Go to An Old Coinrn.l I
HEBRON, $2.75" I II
_. .. -general. Gen. Foster's military Inspectors for the Primary Election, on There are .about 5.1)00) Confederate vet. ,
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career dates bath fourteen the 10th of May: erauxln [I'OI'ld.Tbey] have At the low. Garden and Field Seeds. ,

undoubtedly make years, when he enlisted as a privatein lt. Precinct, LaGrange, L. K Myers' est estimate as many sons and nons-ln- I I L. C1. 1.ME1:: : .ON. Soodjsxxicm.: : I
strange bedfellows, and the can .1. T. Feaster. Richard Kocker, W. Wa1lar.t law, wlvotie vote,U. contiullcd; Inigely.by( ]
didates of Brevard county are now the St. Augustine Rifles. lIe Clerk. their Intlnencn.\ This vote will go;' solid i t 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. j

giving a continuous exhibition of has served continuously since that 2nd Precinct Tltuavllle C. A, Stewart almost to a man, for C. M. BlOwn, for ;I
their wonderful of assimilation time in the Florida State troops ; L. A. Brady, G. F. Duren, E. II, llloe governor thus spoke a lilffh Confederate _. _____ __Dr- __ J
powers bears an excellent record for efficiency Clerk.; yesterday Mr. Brown was a captain in 1
and adaptability. There is a 3rd, Precinct, City Point U. F. Real.J. tbe Flute Florida re lmont and served Tw 1
lot of fun in store for the candi and we hope to see him nominated D. Hatter, John Chanoey, Ge -. E. under Gen. Robert E. Lee from the first

dates. at the coming primary. Chester, Clerk. to the last day. The four bullets which -=- --=:..-
___.___ __. 4th Precinct, RockleilRe, J P. Cooper he now carries Is proof of hU bravery at --.;. -:-- :
---- -- --- J. I 1.!. Wooten, Jubn 1\[. Sunders, A C. Seven Pines Bull Ron, Oluotee andl'etel'.bl1rg. J
CONGRESSMAN ROUT. W. DAVIS is Johnson Clerk. The Southern men In Florida .
a gentleman well qualified to fill thegovernor's THE organ; used In the recitals in 5th Precinct, Eau Oallle.J.. M. lloJur- arc not going to forget: C. )[. Brown A NEiiiY CO IW14

chair, and he will preside Festival Hall at the World's Fair is .on. Frank Shaw, Oei Houston, J. '1'. on May 10t.li, no matter how well they >

as the chief executive of Florida the largest and most perfect any Snail::! Clerk. like the other candidates who are running
ever constructed. It has 140 stop( 6th Precinct, Melbourne, C. J. F. for governor.: A man who fought PALM] PLA -
with honor to himself and Peek '1'. McBride, them their fathers
Campbell L. A. C. side by side with or ,
credit to the_state "Col, Bob," aa twelve more than the famous instrument Oflo. Brown Clerk. and who never showed his hick: to the DE .INOC II 1 Ill
he is often c called is one in whom In the town hall at S'fl.' 7th Precinct Malabar G. AV. Wash- enemy Is the man who will !get their

the people of Florida can place Implicit ney, !\ ii trnHi, which previously burn F. A. Drake, W. P. Arnold, E. B. votes fur governor: That nun IH C.1.; .
hat been regarded as the largest of Arnold\ Clerk. Brown With these l. .//MI!( vote, and -ORANGE B : CRATE
faith. Here's to you, Gov. 8th Piuclnct, Sabiuttian, Paul Kroegel the many others which bin sterling honesty
Bob" organs. Electric power supplies H. A. Park (i. II. Hall, Geo. UtaiMook, and ability will brlngliim' will carryC. P1.AT IAL '
.. the wind for the pipes, one of which Clerk. M. Itrown very near a winner In the

Do NOT forget the fact th.it the ia large enough to admit of the pas- Oth Precinct, Fort Pierce, A. B. I-owry, first primary

Brevard county registration books sage of a small pony. Its movable W, p. Anders, J. A. Alderman, F. M.

will be open for only three days keyboard enables the performer to Tyler 10th, Clerk.Precinct, Eden, W. R. Ilanlee, J. WILY wben USE you can OLD buy the STYLE bust Self-Lock-BLOCKS, Hay, Grain Flour, Meal Grits,

longer, omitting Sunday. The alt far removed from the organ. T. Waters Clerk lug Tackle Blocks. At nearly the same
books are in the office of the county This is highly important in the llih Precinct Ft. Drum, II. L Parker, price. Now In use In the United Lt.:13:1o.: : 00:13:1-0:0.1: : : ;, ::11:10.; ,

supervisor of registration at the rendition of programs where a M. W Knight, O.W. Drawdy, S. A. Hal), states Army and Navy; Departments
Clerk. Examine them ntPiltolmrd & Sons, or Weight and Quality Guaranteed -
Courthouse Titusville and will large chorus is .accompanied, as it
12th Product Narrows, Follx: Poppell the AUVOCATB office Tltusville. .
director in --- - -- ---- -
positively close on Monday next. brings the organist and C. J. Reams, Wm. Reams, Thos. L. J !l-

The payment of poll taxes is also apre. closer touch. The most famous fers, Clerk. All kinds of Agricultural Implements. AgentsFOR
do of the world preside at 13th Precinct, Georglana, P. II. Whlt- F. A. LOSLEY
requisite to voting, so not feld, Chas. I'rovont, A. 11. Carter, E. V. THE
fail to pay your poll tax. events In Festival Hall. Hall, Clerk. THE BREWERY SALOON. -+-.A.O: E :LLLIRROW-:: ::

.. 14th Precinct, Merrltt, T. II.Sanders, '"
.1. D. Same, M. S. Same, D. S. 'e8bltt, 610 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. r ;),.. '
govern. MK. J. B. JOHNSON of Live Oak, Clerks15th -Imported and) m a
or of Florida, and the lIon. Jas. P. Precinct, Canaveral, X. N. Pen 5.r
Taliaferro, for United States senator whom we recently announced as a ney. Frank Wilson Henry Wilson, W. & Cigars to. m
of Justiceof
seem to be sweeping candidate for the office E. Chandler, Clerk. Liquors YNH
every. the Supreme:- Court, writes us 16th }Precinct Haulover G. Nolle, M. >
thing else before them. They are, that since he announced himself as OrIBs! W. Watton, Clerk. The World Renowned Anheuaerl Busch ;:a ::7.- -

undoubtedly, very popular with the candidate the citizens of Lake 17tu Precinct Tantl S. Hart, P. Brewing AsHoclatioo's Famous = S.
masses, and we have not much a Raulerson. CJeo. Walker, Clerk. Beers on draught.

doubt that they will fill the positions City have seen fit to announce the 10th! Precinct Mlcoo, R. T.Smith, L. East Coast friends be sure to call on me -< 9H.
candidacy of the lIon. A. Henry ; Jorgensen, C. II. Price, P. liertleseu,
{ for which they are candid. when In Jacksonville.
and as Mr Johnson does not thinkit Clerk. "
ates. Congressman Davis seems Justices 20th Precinct Banyan, C. L. Stewart, -
to have struck the right for two Supreme K. U. Stewart, II. Casper; ,
popular approval.'rUEUE J. R. Bftgao, THE ANHEUSER BUSCH
to come from the same circuit, he Clerk. ? .. ;J r t ,,,. ?
has withdrawn from the race In 3lit Precinct, White City A. Chriaten- ...:
is Increasing and encouraging favor of Mr. Henry. sea. Henry Larson C. R. Prince, Chas. Brewing Asso's ;...
evidence ad the election day It mlni7ilerfer. Clerk.
2!nd precinct Woodley, Ell Walker,
that the -
approaches democrats olBrevard :M. Famous St.Louis ReI(: sad Bottled
II. T. Gifford, G. Roberts, s. Jones, THE GEO. H. FERNALD HARDWARE CO.
and Dade counties are Iio i. HOKE SMITH, of Atlanta, Clerk. Rae, Sanford Florida.

arousing themselves, and will be I said to be one of the most eminent Bold by Maun.F.A.Loslcy and .
ready on May\ 10th to go to the polls I lawyers in the south emphatically Drayln R.L.Motlow Tlto.yUleJ'la. -- -- -

and give their united support to, states that Mr. Frank Clark is eligible By Mr.R. L.Motlow,Cocoa,Fla. A O'Hara

the men of their choice. There i is I to represent the Second Con. or bsullnff of all I inds prompt- Hodges ,

110 reason why they should not, and I gressional; District of Florida in the ly DraTlnir attended to. Meets all trains.. Store JOSEPH ZAPF ...Manufacturers and Deslerstln.: ..

every reason why they should. We I United States House of Representatives. wood for sale a' nil time. Hough

k have placed ourselves on record as I Now let that settle it, for it E. n. TJol/TKf. Titusville. Sole Agent. And CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.

supporting the lion. Robt. W. seema "" man is allowed to come Dressed
J Davis, for governor; and'Hon. Jag.. back to the state after leaving it JOB rRlirTI '0 of all kinds done at 610 to 620 Vest Bay Street, Orange Box: : Beads' Fruit aDd Vegetable Crates, Moulding, Shingles, eta
'. office ..t. reasonable rates. Give -Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write as for prices delivered
] Taliaferro for United States I for awhile attend to important this
to work. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. to any part of the State. Address: dodges O']liar, Buffalo Bluff, Fla

senator.Yk business.matters a* a share otjout






Eden. e Melbourne. GEORO MARX JOHN MARX. ''j:"
>'n' gxPRSS .

You P unqffI THE OLD RELIABLE 1VI.A.R.: : BR: <>S. ,; ,
Mr. and Mr. John Richards will move Sub-crlptlona for the ADVOCATE, .
the pink of the East will bereceived
to TIbbals soon and occupy Mrs. Saunm-- paper Coast
era cottage: at the Melbourne Fostoffice. WHOLESALE GROCERS

J 4 ;Bialh ri 3 The Fortnightly Tea Club was entertained RICHARD W. OOODIC.-1teai Estate Notary j

0DU by Mrs. henry Andrews at Tlbbalr rubllo and c+nveysneer. Agent for .iKtn O s ,
on Wednesday of this week. Liverpool Iiuuranott and LonilouandGlub Companies. Special*.and attention HartfordYlro 1 I Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

SEND OLD4Youg Harry Thompson made the trip l-v paid to the interests ot non.residents. I
} launch and bicycle, to this place, l last: DR L. A. PKRK-PHYSICIAN AMDKmidenoe 8uao'BO
bitJL Sunday, and spent the day with his Melbourne. At Eau Oallle, every Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE. b
relatives! afternoon.
0 I .

Mrs. Thomas: E. Richards having com- HOTEL MRLLEVUK-Mttlbourne.!: .'IorldA I WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.

, ORDERS A, .',. pleted repairs at the old homestead isprepaiing healthy winter resort on high pine lams, overlooking ,
Indian River. Kutvs t tl: and upward
I. ,
h ceelp to move back. Her son, per da,. BiwoliU> rates per week or ......on. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
Frank, and family occupy part of the Write for rare to Madam B. M Campbell ,
IM I c"' TOly bouse. Manager,R. W. Campbell Proprietor. I !Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanut and Cow Peas In season, rL..We

; The Ladles Aid Society met at Mrs. .. II I solicit consignments of FrulU'.snd.Vegetable: ,
William Millers last Mrs. Latham of Oak Lodge, was In
Friday afternoon and transacted
0Y' town Saturday on business. I 'II ..
f r --- -- --- -- -- ----
considerable business.
g ; EQDoa401fy The next I
0 meeting will be at Mrs. Webb's, Friday, Will Scott Is painting Mrs. Thomas Indianola.
free A .,. YtK.dt
Zia May (Oth Meehan's new house at West End.E. .

11IfG The Kdeji-Jensen-Wnveland public I S. Young and wife, of New York, Absolutely Puro l

iI1IiiLI i school bad a picnic drive to Fort fierce are welcome guests of Hotel Bellevue. John Mlrtt. has had Mr. ('l'I\wfol'd'IIiRII. ,

( last /Saturday. They were aceompaniet{ I Miss Kittle Martin U home greeting THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTEEau boat, the Ii. friends and : ;;
by had diuner in the nhtditof her folks after successful term of I week for a general cleaning up and repainting. .
a mango,: tree on the J Fort Pierce hotel + tIt
grounds, nnd had l a fine time peneuilly. teaching. 1- .
Mrs. lllchards and childivn+ Miss Ford!
Capt. Sam Martin took a trip to Sebastian Gallie. JI
\ The Big MailOrderIHISKEYHOUSE Mr. and II: ra Otis Cine ton entertainedthe and the narrow, In his little Miss( S, A. Ward and J. o, Som
card club, last Friday evening, MS it launch last Friday. I. here, on Wednesday. for their lu>nioH In
1 was th. Hint annlveisary of their nod ; Columbus, Ohio, notwithstanding tbo ,

ding. The rooms were very artistically : Misses Grace Cummings: and Mildred O. I>KOR\S8E aClinYLKR: M. l>.-T"l.-ir|; &J>h tact that nil letters received lately, tell j
decorated with cotton batting, 'and! the Hicks, of Melbourne Beach, were In town I ollh'e open all nlnlit. Kan Oallle, Florida. of Its snowing there every day the pant

band painted score cards were scenes on recently visiting friends. week. LOOK TO YOUR EYES 1 II'

cotton plantations and baskets of cotton, Mr. Perry Powell has left for Waukee- I Garden truck from our various grow Word has been received that Mr.( If Buffering from any eye defect* or was i'tr

01 Florida- etc. The prices were bales of cotton, Ran, 111., after spending the winter In era, Is now showing lu our stores.D. Adair, of Scranton: who writs unite 111 eight call ac my new well-appointed opt! t
which when open\ disclosi-d useful arti Melbourne with his parents. when hu came down here, and who cal Institute.. Special complete louse tr
cles. lefieshmeatH were dainty \Monroe!\ of I'ltusvlllo In Ran ,
very was grew Htoadlly woiso, died on I ho return outfit In connection ;
:::-- -- and nicely served. :Mrs Ciueion received Miss /hue Hopkins was a guest of the Gallie this week looking after his interests trip when within a tow miles of grinding
several useful and oinamuntal Brown house last week. Old friends phia. Uroat IH I'hlh'llol-1 Du. E. II. ARMSTRONG '
sympathy ex '''
were glad to see her In Melbourne. Jackonvltle
Stuart. presents. U Laura St. iris j
Dr. Ode G. Scluivlor: and family, left the widow and the fat lea 10SK chlldron. I ,

Mrs. Easou of Mohawk, N. Y., is a for Nathan In the Enl King, on Monday ,
The many fiends of (1. 1[. Haiisan, guest of Hotel Bellovue. She Is accompanied last There will be preaching next Sunday, -

Soho JeddU III l spending a few days Engineer L. K. & W. H. ]{., at present by her daughter and grandson. the 21th ItiHt., by liov. Thompson, our PERSEVERANCE WILL WIN. I i.
down at Miami, taking In the sights. living in Lima, 0.,. will be pleased to Dr. B. F. Brown of Tltusvlllo, was the regular pastor, and for the next year wo I .
know of his recovery from threatened Mr. Claude Beaujean left last week for guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. IT, Hodgiion, on .,1I1111\ve service twice a month, on the I -- iJ i
Arthur Ilogard's residence Is fast near- diseaao. cruise south with a party In the launch :Sunday: \ last. second and fourth Sundays Next Sunday .
kidney He writes: "I was In quite an attractive circular, .ap I
completion.{ Capt. Mao. has charge cured by using I Foley'a Kidney Cure, Dieamer.time. He expects to be gone some. Capt. MoNabb's new lot shows a evening there will be a shoit song plied with good luasons In answer to the rt I

ol the painting.J which I recommend to all, especially marked Improvement since he cleaned service preceding I ho sermon, tho program Whys anilWh.reforetleelvaningNews l 1 1\\

C, Hancock rode as far as Jensen, trainmen, who are usually similarly a!. Miss Emma 'Miday went north last up tho front piojuued! by Miss Bessie Sanderson: of :Saginaw/ Mich., argues that It wail" of +

Wednesday, with 11. M. Flagler and flIcted." Red Cross Pharmacy. week to her home In Canton, O., her There hove boon pleasant pay to "keep a-pushln' adveltlslngj! : I luSOIIHOII I h
party, on their private train. mother nnd sister remaining here. The John Nicholson of Melbourne,returnedto many very. and out Thl hi I what !It says: .
bench from her thin winter but
Elm Gallie with Mr. Alex. Near parties ,
best on
wishes of Melbourne friends follow There aio' two way of looking at advertising
Mrs. S, Kitchlng, Harry Thompson and Tibbals. Miss Emma Sunday last. none more enjoyable, than tho ono loav- both of them right, Advertising
the Misses Florida and Beatrice Kite hing Ing bore last Friday, and ret II 11I1 ult Monday
ituwcled( the entertainment at Jensen Mr( and Mrs.V.[ T. Wells, Miss Juynne H, J. lloHslter the artist, of Kockledge, at 0 p, m. The weather was delightful should<1 he done during tho dull f

hall Monday evening.C and Mr. Standford Wells, took a trip In was in Eau Uallie, doing work for Mayor / the fishing good and the party time for tho purpose of stirring up tradeat
W. W. Luce is spending the week in their G. P. 1'addlson. that time, and also for the sake of the )
launch this week visiting Oak <>f a dozen all agreeable: and! all pronounced
launched his boat Jacksonville.Mr. bonellt/ which will from
W. Corbett new come being continually -
Lodge and /Sebastian. They report a Letters C. cold the trip a filling cloHo to a very
from O.! I'lngrey
week. /She is the best that has ever / report before the public' .
tills Blood of Brooklyn, N. Y., Is the most delightful Unto. stormy weather In the north for this 1Iea81antllutur.. Sunday, 1 Dr. "and Air*. should eye
come from the Corbest) yard, and her A man just as quickly think of
name will be the '-Dixie.1 guest of the Rev. Mr. Sawyer. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Powell and sonson of the year. Charles Hill party of fifteen over topping his advertisements. In tho dull .
to the same bench ((1011lIeaoh, no that
Mr, and Mrs. Walter Kitching and Mr. and Mrs. Harris returned from daughter, Miss Beitha, left last week for Alex. Near returned on Monday last there waN nearly thirty tbero Irom) Indianola lime after the holidays as he should ,

left Tuesday mornIng their cruise on the gulf Friday, enthused, their home In Waukeegan, 111., after from a business trip to Palm leech! anlother > alono.. think of closing up his store several
daughter,Josephine, pending the winter In their Melbourne south inoutHs lu the year anti keeping It ope>' -
all who the of the points
which is as are see beauty Keys. -- - ---
for a ten days'vacation, to BlulT cottage. We hope for their early unly when trade would keep him busy. 11.
be spent at Oakland, Fla., visiting Mrs. All travelers find our candidate for the return next fall. Mr. Treat of Norfolk, Van bets purchased A LIFE ATbTAKK:.-If you but knew When you want to find the name of the
Kitchlng'tt brother. a lot In Eau Gallie suet will make the splendid' merit of Foley' Honey and
the senate, Mr. Fred Hudson, most highly prominent and live mt'ich.int! of a town,
X II Parks and Stanley Kitching beams crpoken of, wherever his (home Is men- We, that are glad the New to learn Carleton from hotel the proprietors will bo this point his winter home. Tar you would never be without It. A always look throughitha advertising columns. '
done two will attack of
members of the "pump no more tioned. built, and will positively be ready to wel Mr. and Mrs. Treat of Norfolk, Va., or prevent an It will tell you the names of
la It
pneumonia grippe. may nave those who have the interest the townat
this week. have pipedto
They have taken of the Hilbert
society, come the visitoiH one cottage
with their early next
and season.
)fro Mrs.Jennings, party life. Heel Groan 1'11IUOtRey.Georgiana. .
your hoait who anxious
-mon are to brim
from Alias '?
their respective places for the balanuo of the
The Now Carleton will bo and season
returned from u cruise up the on larger
Susan Kitching's water tank. now settler to that town-men who fe.\
Thursday evening, after a week of continuous with modern Improvements. The Idler In harbor !Saturday
was our on : proud of having good up-tu-date paper (,
H. W Bessoy has his building lot pleasure and Interest Qplis. Chas. T. McBride left last week lust, undergoing sumo needed re- to represent them,

cleared and, by the way, It Is ohe of the Mr. 1\0011lrr W. D. Hubbard. formerly with her son Willie, for /St. Augustine: lepalr Mr. Chandler, her owner, will It dou* not take people very long to
most beautiful on the river. The Bes- of Plnesvllle, Ohio, now living In where Willie will have the host of medi- leave shortly, for the not'th. forget things, dud If a store were clotted

lays expect to s tart their residence a* North Dakota, who hvve been spending cal care and treatment. This dear little The members of the ladles' quartettefor Tho ADVOOATK 1 Is widely road along up four months or the advertising

won as the pineapple rush Is over. the .winter in Florida, were tho guests of fellow has not been well lately, but we the summer season, are Mrs E. It. the East Coast. lopped l four months, a great many poo- '

Mrs. E. J. Luce, for several days this hope soon to hear of Ida complete recovery Taylor and the Mlsres\\ 1J0dsonsh"ve/ / O. 1). Provost and bride returned pie would have forgotten/ that the biisl-
lIon V, M. Hudson, of TIbbals, candidate nose was In existence The other view
week.A anti McMillan. The meetings for practIce home on Thursday week, and are com
for state senator, spoke to the of advertising I I. that It ought to he
will be weoklv. fortably settled !in their elegant new
citizens of this town Wednesday afternoon' was at the
evening delightful given
PNEUMONIA: AND LA GRIPPE. residence the church pushed dining the busy time when the
Mr. Hudson's speech was well de- Club UOUBO, last Thursday by the Indies, Coughs cured The yacht 1'lntii, Is buck at her old near people, aro ready to buy. Advertisingcannot J

livered, and we predict for him a large In honor of Mrs. Henry Andrews, who and Tin. Refuse quickly substitutes.by Foley' Honey Red moot Ings, after having her machinery Kev. J. II, Hawk preached an excellent be expected,, to soil !goods when,

majority on May 10th.Julm soon leaves us, to take up her' residence Cross Pharmacy. shipped north by Hodgson Hros. Capt. sermon here on Sutid ly evening. The people do not want them, and. It will bo 4

Mlohalea and E. L. Squire are at Fort Pierce, where Mr. Andrews has Colby will send a mOle powerful engine time fur preaching here Is changed to naturally most vfTeollve when It give I

spending the week up the noitli branch just built a new house on a fine site he to replace the one sold. the gad Sunday lu the month Every publicity to Homo desirable article at Just I

of the :St Lucie river, hunting and tiah- has there. Melbourne Beach. The lecture on Wednesday night wan a body I I.* coidlally Invited the light llnm. To be sum advertising

lOll( Mr :Squire has his tarpon tackle success, "and the musical part of the program will soil anything at any time, If the) price i
Clean Lymin Newell and Isis sister, Mrs be made low enough and the advertise
along, so we expect to get some good :Slakes! n Sweep. was also much enjoyed. The Eau /
White And her :
Mary charming daughter sufllolently'attractlve.. Home lino
stories their (iallle Ladles' Quartette' took also
upon return.E TheJe's nothing like doing a thing R. W. Beaujean was, at the county seat the St. John's church choir. part, Miss Sadie; Mr, Handy and I Mis Call of good: can be forced, and ome cannot

I L. bquire and a number of our most thoroughly. Of.all the Salves you ever on business this week. Wlttfeld left here, Tuesday, for different but even thoso which cannot bo forced
heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salve Is the The singing by the choir of St. John's north. all to should
lnlliiBntl.il citizens have organized a Our friends who left last week' / point They expect return not be allowed to drop out of
tanking association and will a bank best. It sweeps away and cures, burns ', church on (Sunday last, wax of a high this fall. sight.
open reached home Just In time to enjoy (?
bruises cuts bolls, Ulcers, skin ) order. Mrs. TyUnder presided at the
here In the The sores, Kuuy up your advertising durliitf the
near fULure. large room one of the worst snowstorm of the sea- The Kpworth: League social at the t
next door to the postotlloe has been eruptions and piles. It's only 'Ic: and son, organ, with Miss A. Florence Ho.I lIou hospitable home of Misses Louise and winter and summer, and you will not

rented, and the fixtures will be placed as guaianteed to give satisfaction by Ked us choir master. We are sorry to announce Ifellen Cannatta on Wednesday eveningof only profit by It, but your sales will, also

mon as possible Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. 1C. W. Beaujean to took a largo partyof that two more members of the last week, was a pleasant affair. show .a tine Increase. The most prosper
Mr. and Mrs. Itranch'. friends from choir will be away during the summer very OilS aud' wealthy mnrchaut In thoUnltotl
There Is considerable talk of a May day Melbourne to the IJianch trail, to spendthe months. The live cold and ten cent tree ges wereMoon Status are those who advertise. all tho
picnic at Gilberts D.ir on the first of May. Jensen. day at their cottage/( on the boach. and about dollars realized. II me.
The lIachelor entertainment Thursday
on .
lour it _
correspondent Is not advocating I -- --
lots year as we got It In the neck last Have the ADVOCATK sent to your eve, I the 14th Inst, was one of the The Kpworth League will give( n Poverty
most successful of this wlntei's club FOrt ALL KINDS OF! JOn 1'UINTINUremember
jew by extending an invitation to the John Kllng, of Gomez spent Sundayin homes, aud so keep lu touch with whatIs :Social:> In the Biirchllel house on
People between :Stuart and Fort Pierce ,Jensen, visiting friends. going on along the East Coast this meeting decorated/ The with supper flower table was and beautifully ferns- Wednesday evening, April :27th. Every the AuvooATK office, I I;
to join VVe have heard of ,
IM.Mnrion summer great ru- kilns
"pusson that must ware a povertle
Dr. McClInton accompanied his daughter of and the supper all that could be desired.
more great Improvements at uitTerent
Platt has purchased a river to Jacksonville, on her return home. The bachelor are to be congratulatedon garb or II"y" phlne uv l.Vt. A kompo
f front building lot of E. Btypmann. Mr. points. the success of their evening/ .Mrlusworth *. tent kommlltoe will lnf. rjuoe lit rangers,
PUtl left, this week' to attend to bU81.iOMU There has been a veranda added to One by one the pleasant. winter family" :\ won the firs prize, 1),. HarahC look: lifter" bashful.. feller, and kollektphlnes

matter. throughout the state, and Hull's store, which is quite uu Improve- of Myrtle cottage aiu" leaving for their Hodgson tho consolation prize, and o rII

wl\l\ be absent one year. lie was afraid ment. northern home On Monday Mr. anti .1.J A. Gilbert the g"utlomeu'* first prize, The Kwler: egg hunt came off Monday
'to(' walt till his all then houso-boat. Everglades Percy lelt for Jacksonville, expecting to J Frank.Smith oil Consolation
return to buy, as The palatial carrying/ afteinoon on the /grounds <>r Mr. and
ei front land Is being rapidly pur- in command of Capt R. D. Hoke, has nail for New York on Tuesday morning, a pair of silver link*. Mis (F. \V Munson Neatly everybody
Cbllllutl where she was making a short stay there before -,-----
returned to her moorings proceeding lu town was thttio The older peoplewere .

a \I. J. R. built. to their home In Syracuse, N. Fatal kidney and blander troubles can comfortably "01\1..1111 chairs umlor IfsjIIN9/ ( I
FUgler, J. P. Beckwith, I'I 1
Y. Thep are greatly missed by all.
Par rots and K '1'. Got arrived here at The ADVOCATE still flourishes quite always be prevented' by the nso of Ko- the slnido 1 flee, WillchinIIb"t twnnty-
*:W Is ley' Kidney Cure ned Cross Phar- five happy children, III their pretty dresses
tVednesdiy morning and made a extensively In this section. The price Your correspondent cannot understandhow
""11 minute their afford macy, Tltusvllle aud) ribbon, Hitting ,about among& theI..ers
stop to look over so small that nearly everybody can It comes that In his great work for .
/ like of brilliant lined
property here. A number of Improvement to subscribe for It. the Florida East Coast, II. M. Flaglerhas a swam .
butteitlios About IfS' ) were
may" be expected in the near failed to his wand egg
wave magic over
mture cruising party that left Jensen for INn, sind all were foil ml except n do/.en.
The South
The party were on an Inspeo- Melbourne and Its annex, Melbourne I Rockledge. The question" of economy nn the Ice bill ;
several clays' consistingof Lllfltf Mis: Edna. llond the first
B 00 the entire! system. Fort Myers ago, Beach, and add them to the list of winter won I I. one that appeals. forcibly to every
It. Rloou Dan Ross for the IIh..ucc""ded .
Russ It. prize finding most
Archie & eggs. ,
welt\ n* to hotel restaurant
resorts that the East; Coast of Florida la houstjknuper, as
rs and Ch.w. Wickman, has returned, now famous for. He surely could not J. I. ttwlnson has mo"ellinto toe Nel- In finding H., *, butchers, grocers druggists: and!
RED FOUR WEEKS WITH I.A. reports splendid tilp. find a more delightful spot-with its kirk llro. house this an nmer. ---- --- I In fact to every merchant who consume

'GRIPPE -We have received the follow-\ Captain Benj Hogs: and wife, of Fort freedom from sand lien and mosquitoes A Tlioiitrlitful l Man.M. Ice In hi* business.
Intletter Mesdames Ronslter Carter and Dumb
from Mr. Roy Kemp, of Angola Pierce took a party to the House of Its delightful breeze and unsurpassed Numerou tests and careful experiment
Ind, "I was In bed four weeks Refuge;, last Sunday, consisting of 1\lrs. bathing. l'oot'I'ueaday! with Mrs. M.C. Salmon.Mr. : M. Austin of Winchester, Ind, 'ing have resulted In the discovery of the

with, a grippe, and I tried many reml- and Mrs. E, C. B. Tyndall and children and Mrs C. D. Provost returned knew what to do In the hour of need. ; HAVI.V ICE I'AU, which when placed
"K* sod spent considerable for treat- Prof. Boutelle and Nice Jones. Ibey home on Friday, and received a royal Ills wife had such an unusual canto. of 'In your Ice box or the ice chamber of

mrt 10 Uh physicians, but I received no report a very pleasant trip. A Great Sensation. welcome. stomach and liver trouble, physician I your refrigerator will reduce the consumption a fi
mail I tried Foley's Ilonoy and Tar could not help her. U.. thought, and : of your fee I 13; to :Illl: l-'l:i per cent.
T"', "mil Good Roads Association met In There was a big sensation In Lccsrllle, We miss" E. A. Hartwell and daughter:
bottle of this medicine cured The tried, Or. Kind'* New Llfo 1'11111. and she The Pad lean ingenious little tlovlco, the
eta, sot'' now I use !U exclusively In my the 'lown ball, at Jensen, last Saturday, Ind., when W. II. Brown of that place, Flor.i.and May, who lift on Saturday for got relief at once and wit finally\ cured. i, simplicity of which I Is one of It. greatest +
lamila Take Q0 substitutes. Red and voted on special road tax of seven who was expected to die, had hU lifesaved I their home at Oak Turk, Ill.I Only l.io: at Red Cross Pharmacy.TITUSVILLE'S I recommendation All you do !I. to place
C rOIl the' 5th road district This Is a by (Dr. King', New Discovery for
Pharmacy Tltusvllle. mills tor bottom of Ice chamber
----- (ton the your 3
In the right direction. Good Consumption He writes: I had endured I Addition Lindsay arrived here recent.1ywith
good move the Ice It and It will
with +
resting ,
upon I
his bride
Asthma and domiciled
road are the foundation to civilized Iraprovementn. insufferable agonies from are ozlly TRAINS. do Write for booklet. '
Tax Assessor's Notice.i but your New Discovery /gave me Im- i In one of C. B. }f agrlllJer'. cottages. the reel "' N
mediate relief and soon thereafter effect P. 0. WALTOV, AOEVT.Tltusvllle .,

The ed complete cure." Similar cure of | Joseph Neikirk ha. purchased a I\"an-\ The following are the time of arrival Florida. 'j

i wi! at the following place for thepxrose Grave.A Consumption, Pneumonia, Bronchi, tlty of pineapple slip from Dr C and departure of passenger train to and ------- -----

,>t assessing taxes for the year startling Incident, is narrated by and Grip are numerous. Its the peerless I bars, of Georgians, and wllI have them from Tltusvllle:
Iii follow. remedy for all throat and lung set out on his place here.
John Oliver of Philadelphia, as : OIJTHBOISD.Leave East Coast Meat Market
Mi':! skin troubles. Price SOc and $1. Guaranteedby I The last of
My thl
1 It. Friday, April 2ind.nan : "I was In an awful condition. the winter residents of *TittMVlIle for )llamla",1 I (:Mpm
sunken, tongue Red Cro* Pharmacy. Trial bottles part, consisting of Joseph Xelklrk, Mr*.
Saturday 23rd. was almost yellow, eyes '
('Waveral.. Monday, April April 23th.; coated pain continually In back and side jree. Ann Hopple and Mrs Katherine Summer Intermediate points at IDJOymjrosrMSODHD. : G. .F. DUREN, Agent. ,

no appetite, growing weaker day by da1. I *, left for their home In Itepubllc, a:: :::9 I IC"
J. F. WOOTKJT, Three physicians bad given me up.fl'ben Dude County Laud For Sale. 0., on Monday. Lea.,.TltuavUl. for Jackonvllle 1 .:12 m o:
Tall Assessor for Brevard County. Electrlo Bitters to pto -
I advised to use ; --
walt The Ohio their final and as J 1.13
bottle made a decided delegation took Intermediate point p u CA .:::to.
my great joy, the tint their trip to the ocean beach last week, and TttnsTlll* for Sanford 1 -flit..... ww
W\I, r-ijf SELF.LOCKING BLOCKS. Improvement. I continued For sale, cheap, the northeast quarter found a large quantity of fine shell: Arrive*THoavlU ttoiu Hanford 1I', p.1D -o
and now a well southeast of section 3 township very
for three week, am of quarter
I use also -
atented -- I
They found! without
In tackle wet
all enough
countries. Only robbed the grave of, 38 couth of 41 east close to
block I know they range ;
? of man. taking a dip la the sr.: .
the kind in the world. Fit- : another victim." No one should fail to O. K. Wood' pineapple plantation on ocean. Job 1'rlntlnff. _-

Be a etW the celebrated Vlnton Roller, ; try them. Only 50c, guaranteed, at Red St Locle River; 40 acre*. r

11 Qistln/t Useful in any place blocks where Cross Pharmacy, Tltu.ville. Also, the northeast quarter of north STOP ITA neglected cough or old Do not forget the fact that at the ADVOCATE
/ Is done. With these I out quarter of section 18, township 88, may lead to serious bronchial or lung office, Tltusville, we do job __, e4 H ,

The andssolddIntthe work of two.Call I, south of range 41 east; on south fork of trouble. I>Ob'c take chance ", heu1'0Ie"a printing of all kind. neatly, cheaply and tJ --
see north. rr We cannot guarantee to publish St. Lucie River; 40 acre Apply to Honey and Tar afford perfect expedltlouily. Letterheads. Notebead, t.7. y
J:> ceo them In working order at this Item that do not reach thla office before CHAS. H. WALTON, I security from serf ce* effect: of a cold. Billheads, Envelope, Tag, and all other as p t
or the A
Son store of Jaa. Prltchard. Titu.vllle Fla. Red Cross Pharmacy. kind*. TITUSVILLE, TLORIDA d,
I Tltn vllle. noon on Thursday t''


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any desired length/ but- seven feet Is avery r \. -

good !tine Cut the projection. .-
from the surface' of the wheels with a 'N t' ..
-r' Tf .
heavy hammer and cold chisel. This I III

not as great a task "as one would ,
r think. Have ; : "" -
your blacksmith drill theholes M -, J
If you have no drill, one every .':( '. ,'.
i, '. .... .

H ...:, ; '. ,
'"" ..

.' ....
OrangesThe 1 -
A \ [ '

quality l CyghG ..

and flavor of the fruit depends upon A LAND HOLLKB. ktF -. OJ" .. ,

four Inches on !alternate edges of ,the ...1.-.1.1 .,.) ,.... .., .
PotashOranges wheel. The holes and bolts should behalf . :; ';' .
an Inch In diameter.It .." .. \
Is best to hare boxen bolted under .I.' << .
absorb large quantities of "
Potash and the orchard should be re. the frame for the journal and setscrews ,-: ,'1.. 1 l
pleninhed by a complete fertilizer rich In the hubs. Make the frame of "'
in Potash. 4 by 4 Inch stuff. Cut tenons in the "i''
SodcutturetnaclentUiicproMnm, Our book. end pieces to fit the mortise in from ." I
giving full details. will be mailed free to any :p ) '
and bnck'alld
farmer wbo writes for them. cut mortises In the end 4k -'
OBRMAN RAId WORK. pieces eight Inches. from the shoulder
.... .
New Y.rk-1 N.-.. ,.. e.AtI.
..,..tim.-**/t Hfc ltrad HI.Accented of the tenon for the second front and .
back pieces. These second nieces make ..
the frame rigid If properly-put togeth. Tri-Weekly Sailings .

er. Notch the tongue Inch where It
Free and frozen the frames and brace It with BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.

Masons. heavy Iron straps. A seat can be made

by bolting on two light wagon wheel at Charleston S. C., both ways)

Indian- --"0 No.-00Tltusvllle properly rims seat as shown on made board! and and bolting on cared top.for an Thl old will mower roller last The FineCalling in the Coastwise ServiceThe FLORIDA EAST COAST

River a lifetime according to a writer who New
Clyde England and Southern Lines. .
submits the design ins: American' Agrl Direct bervlce Between .

Lodge. Florida. culturlst. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. .
Holds IM meetings the second and. fourth Friday RAILWAY.New
of each month at their room,Indian River Ojpanc
Hotel,Titus 'Ille, at T>130 o'clock. |'.m. cures A cold In 24 Louis. Kelieves, (Calling at Charleston, B. C., both ways) .
T. H.Randan Worshipful, Mastor SEMI-WKEKLY: SAILLVHS:
F.A.Morgan/ Senior warden.M. Neuralgia/ Bronchitis, and Headace. Southbound 4 f.. Lewis Wharf Boston
S.Same Junior Warden.J. Comforting and Curative Swift, Sure Northbound. foot of Catherine Street, Jack onYllJe
s )M. IMxon, TrdaHiirer. aDd Safe. The Beat of All Cold Kerne- -.- Time Card In Effect March 30 Will Appear In
J. R. Walker,
Secretary.J. '
G. islmlk Chaplain.K. dies, because the most efficient. Opaao Clyde St. Johns River Line. ,
.)M.Taylor Henlor Deaonn.. Is a small chocolate coated tablet, and Is

<11.J. E.II.Mime Walton J"no.e'LCon.Senior Steward.A. old: !: at 25o a box. Had Cross Pbarmac (Deliary Lrne.) Next Issue For Information Relative To

The Cob I l|>..
V.M. Wooteu, Marshal.A Corncob pipes lire as old na the settlenent Stopping at PaUtka,Astor, St.Inlfs francls on the,Iloreaforil at.John's(River.DeLanU),and intermediate land- Trains See Ticket Agent.

of this country, inul\ the probabilities ,
are that the pilgrim fathers '
Ie appointed to gall a* follows Leave Jackeonvllle, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thnrmlays,8:30 p.in.
PRACTICAL SILO.. bund the Indians sucking hollowedout Returning, leave Sanford, Mondays, W..>lneHiluyi and t'ridnya, Ud: )a. m.
cobs through reed root stems -_.. North-Itoun-d\
Cheep. "..... .oc .ml T twit'-ft Cain De There is a hlatorlcnl warrant for say- Ream down. BCHEDULE Itead. "p.

n.lI' Lulls 'hr..I'r.; lug that Andrew Jackson smoked. rob Leave 3311 p. m. ...... .... .......,.... Jack onvl1le. ..... ................... v-1 .. 2)() a m.
Leave a 46 p. m. ....................... .l'alatka.......... ................. Leave 8 CO p. tn.
Tin pit miKIO! \>" u Kilo;1 Hint nny- pipes> and was fond of them. Tradition Leave 3 UIJ a. m. ................. ..... .. Astor ............ ......... .. Leave 2311 p. m.
holly,: I'UII luiilil who lint' the Inmb,-r. hall It that after that famous dinner of Leave 4 311 a. m. ........... ....... ..8t. Frllncl .......... ........*.. Leave 1011 p. m i
Leave ............. ......Beresloril It I I.* i-i'''in< inli nl, IIII'UII111111/ tl ;ht, I sweet potatoes Jenernl Trancls; Marlon Arrive 8311 &. In........................... S"ntorol..tO ......... ........l.eave 1aD a. w.A..lve f. .' _
have t'CCp,!" or thN> kind mid npuk proffered the British olllccr who was 10100: a. m. ..........................Enterprise.............. ........ .....Leave 10 W) a. m. ,

whereof I know.! says I' llVII1'lt.11I Al- his uncut n corncob pllellid a-mole- Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville. ,,,.' I'Ie .
kin pouch of sun cured leaf tobacco : tx _
etyne In .\:lIu'lcllngrlc'alll1l'llI'. One IRONMONGER) ,an.Ast.Gen.PaasAgt.( 204 WetHal St.,Jacksonville Fla. \ :' -
''bai been titled: this 1 U> the tliliteenth Savannah News.California. W. G. COOPER,Jr.,Local Frt.AlSt: Jacksonville O. P. LtlVKLL, feuperlntdmleiit Jacksonville ,,r' ., '} -'
to out Hogan St.,Jacksonville Kla. .. .
winter,, mud another ono ban born, filled\ A.O. HAORRTV Oen'l Bnst'n Pass.Act. New York CLVI>U MII.NK, ...10. Frt. Ant.; ,New York.
Prune Wafers. THKO.! G. I<:KOKK General Manager.: WM. f CL.YUK.. CO.; ._General Agents.
for nine winter Any ono can hull Cure liver diseases and -all stomach Cumebrougb HulKling.! 19 State St.Opposite Battery Park, New 1C ork. '? ..: t

one of this' sort who run handle u level troubles; tbey act gently but surely, C. II. VVALTON.lAffeiit, Titusvllle! Fla. .

and saw or use. a jmmmer and nnlln. strengthen the bowels and stimulate ---------------
them to healthy action. 100 wafers 21>0. .\ .-,; ""J.

Red Cross Pharmacy, TItusyllle.pUEl'ARE I, ." -,.
'- .
Atlantic Coast Line
R'y. ". ,. '..-:_ "' ,"
withstand :
your system to ,\ ,' 1 ,,,):;:... I ;i'! "
the debilitating effects of a long .1 l'I I "f" \ .

lot summer by eliminating the catarrh The Great Through Car 1,1 ne from Florida.

Over Its own rails to Savannah; Charleston! Richmond and Washington, thence I I I" k -
tie the Pennsylvania Kailroad.

The. Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. K.


Via !Silvannnh: and Ocean Steamship: Company for New York Phlladeldhta BOB-
ton. Via Norfolk Steamer<< to New York, Washington and Baltimore Via Savannah - ---
.., ., ,
for Baltimore --- "" -
and Merchants' and Mlnere"1'raneporttalun Company ) -r.:
TAR andWINE aud Philadelphia.TO ..tIIIl....
I."," .f -\ b- ot:1Roi1 .*)r) X f E Ebbo


and a good thing! about them 'is that Peninsular &: Occidental Steamship Company. f dvtUXlf ,
they ran be net anywhere and made to ,= ) illraq

conform to tbe size of the barn If you Connection Made at Jacksonville} for all Points \\\" CIfIC4

want to put them Inside. Tha picture lill\\\ {ORFc
shows clearly how the silo is built. HIIL.KAGK TICJn TS.

The foundation U. below front, made of THE GREAT TONIC'fones Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the principal ; ONe" HST

tones laid In cement mortar. On thin > railroads in the southern states, are on aale by the principal agents. LOU/S /

a are placed sills of 2 by 0 or 2 by 8. For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, R LWDLOULM
1 Matched pine siding U stood up and up the system-positively cures
FRANK C. BOYLSTON", Commercial Afrt. W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Agt.
braced wIth 2 by 8 or 2 by 10 inch Indigestion and destroys Catarrh germs. 1:18:) West Bay /St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. NQ? CLnit

scantling placed as shown. Tbe cor Thousand of testimonials have been n. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager./ W. J. CllAIOf Oen'l. Pass. AR'nt.
ners are put In on a bevel to'avoid the WILMINGTON. N. C. sfTY

square corner nnd also to allow of received of the wonderful cures of this .. .. .
---- --- --- ----
--------- -------- --
braces to strengthen the ..ello.A great discovery. Others have been ---- HARR/AI IMuv
second thickness of siding should +C
benefited Its Why not YOU .A.1RJ[>
by use. GE.A..JB<>
be put on to break joints. Do not use trlA+v''"
paper between the board, as It will

rot out. I have a silo built of single ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE TO CURE AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR i'ms
>boards of six Inch matched pine. The

.lumber was as dry as I could get It

and put together us tight as possible INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIAand IAU.AcJd1u.E
but I found after the first year that COLu ,

tle and that ninny places would never ,y
get tight aealn. That Is tbe danger of /

the single board silo and also the danger Fo ,

of the poorly constructed round .. Two Elegant Trains Daily .
rI Seaboard: Express, Seaboard Mail. i p e

'Sugar beet pulp has so much niolt- x
tare lu four-llfths or more-that ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville\ to New Orleans

economy forbids the use of It In this
condition for feeding. Thus to meet ToRAILWAY t NY1UE
the necessities of the case our economical For full information" and sleeper reservations call on any Agent To
SIl makers are drying this pulp Seaboard,or writeA. WASHINGTON. NEW YORK ASHV1LLE and

and reducing It to such a convenient O. MACDONELL, Alllt. Oen. 1'ass. Agt. {S. C. BOYLSTON, l'ass.gt.. and the EAST. HOT
condition that It may be shipped In FLORIDA
bogs anywhere and everywhere the ? CINCINNATI. CHICAGO "THE LAND OF THE SKY"
-- -- -- -- -- -----
feeders of beef callU', audswine -- ----- -- L
cows sheep I )
The NORTH and WEST "The "
for all of which there It no BO YEARS' .. t M Sapphire Country.

more agreeable nutritious, cheap and ;f AGIPPpneumonia EXPERIENCE r H__..' D./dn DI.I1f C..
hence economical feed than this Pwllmetn C*_ ...._10.
Horses even like this food and ask for t 4i. On. All TI. XK. B.I ..,.
more in readily understood ways. The orOUTHII.RN: RAiLW AY. H. P. CA1tY "--- ........ :
economy of this business operation Is follow La Grippe 101 w Bay ser.ss JYno&.a. P4II.

easily appreciated, for It reduces this but never follow the ease ofFOLEY'S 4. Tv... F.T 11I_Waehix.to.4. D. Co a. H. H.-oca.O. P. .
A.o w.a G
valuable aliment for sheep and cattle a? H T...... A. Q P.A.. Auer 0. y
of all kind to the lowest possible cost 1 Honey OCIIONaCorvRuo"rs
and practically fur less. rout than the &c. _
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nutriment In It could have been produCf'tl and TarIt Aeroe/aenMna...._.."and dtKkm mar --- -- -
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY enloal' a.Certaln Our opmhm fns.lather 80
by the growing of the beets by oven le pnh.by n ahl' mank.e.thnaernetyroaed.nta .
/ : ND ;Paaut.Nnt .
the feeders themselves.-Henry Stewart jOPICALPIANUFACTURINO(9KSONVILL (top this Cough and heal. the lunge. Z-. OMMt mfnvi aE'1en t., .JOB PRINTING
A raa .
In'Country CSeiitleiunti. pr TaU Pneumonia and CooiampUon.MB. pKWlniwutice without charh In the .

How to Bvllil a Land Roller.A .O.T&0.... .( 1ST Oirxxl 8', ChfoeCeowd. Scientific Jfm rltan. Executed at the office of the
roller Is almost Indispensable. -Sold by- .... "ItT wif. bad l.Hpp tt4I.left... A h..n"...m.,?llTmtrm 841 ,...kly. r...... ""'-.
for wtlh a '. T bad ..." .. h.r ].... wbl.L mlBtlon of any......,u... tnumal. Term.N a
some kinds of /arm work anti a good -ear t four monlA..el. brad n.w.de.lm,.
Tour'.Ban Aaa TAB car**eoapt.MIr.- EAST I COAST ADVOCATE
one may be mm Jo by corerlnij mower Red Cross Pharmacy ml1 NN &mCn1. 8 New r rk PRINTING OFFICE.
I I Rest Cross' I'hnrmacjr. .
wheels with 2 by "'s. ns!! shown In the Tltusvllle, Fla. c.

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Opposite postofllce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repahed{ and ie-
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . 1
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Rates $2.50 per day and up. .. ) '
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Good Roads Polo every week.

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HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE + r (

American: plan. Centrally located. Just built and open

ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and fold Water
o ' Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All

street oars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.r>> per day. HARRY L. BEEMAN, Owner and>> Manager. \ ,

Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor.

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American and European.: Every department modern. Cottage TITUSVILI.K. FLORIDA. KIAMKMIIA LAKE, I I

Near all car lines. Rates, $2 to $>.50 per day. Kiamesha Inn SULLIVAN COUNTV, v I

European plan, 75cts/ $1 and up, one pnison. -- NEW: YORK.
Open All the Year. Good Boatel, and Attention.
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor.
-- Reasonable Raton.
This "New HockI .IIIl" of the North, nestles. In the mountain by the
.Cor. Main and Adams Streets, Two doors from F. K. C. Railway Station, Tltusvllle.MILS. )
New Victoria side of a beautiful lake, 2,000 feet above sea level
A. J. bEMBLEU, Propiletrens.JI3NSI2N. KjKiilnifo| climate. All modern conveniences. Large airy rooms.
A .. .- -. bolt and Tennis.Most .
Everything new; centrally located; elegant suites with private bath Bowling Alloys
Rates: American $2 to $3; European, rooms 7";)cta and upwards. .
Special Rates to Commercial Travelers.R. ,
RIXLER, Prop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel. 'r reasonable rates, .
t Centre of i.Inoupple Belt.t' U. R. SHARK.1 I Proprietor.

2J3 West Bay St. NEW .. . .
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Everett Hotel -- -- -- - --- ---- --- -
e Cars direct 1 from depot, I,
JACKSONVILLE: FLA. Choice location on the banks of the (Indian River. Near' the ocean. Large
grounds with tropical foliage. Excellent fishing and hunting/ Tel'lDa.I: F<>B. O LE
Centrally located. Thoroughly Repaired and Renovated. to $2.00 per day. Special weekly rates. _
-EUROPEAN PLAN- CHAS M. COSS, Proprietor. ._ .
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H. MASON, Proprietor. WHITE 81MUNOS. Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10

Acres of Land.r .
The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
-On the American and Europeaa Plan-
Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant T;!
family home. Rates; American Plan, 2.00 and $2.SO; European, 50cts -New, Modern High-Class Hotel _
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door.II. ON TIm OLD 8UWANEE RIVER. -

W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.The Finest mineral spring/ In the world. (freatest health resort In the .
beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the South. Finest quail shooting in America. Write for booklet to

same management. JNO. S. BOWEN, White Springs, Fla.
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yon 6UlDTn6 Marlborough, I ." 4. 4' ;e1 L4 1q t i

Broadway, :36th and 37th Streets, NEW YORK.
OPPOSITe kiNO AND POSTOFFICB ST. OEOROB and.sTREETS PLAZA .,c ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 400 Room 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights.: Conducted
Mont central location In the city. Strictly IInpro..'. Hlxty floe room well on American and European plans, and Is managed under the person
furnished. Rooms ouly. Open November to June. Ad. .. above. supervision of the owner.
-.-- E. S. CROWELL, Manager.:
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OIUIOND BEACH. Broadway and 41st /Street,
Hot'el Yendome Located At HA UNO throe .ll.Il1tllrs ot a mile south of EAU GALLfE, FLORIDA
NEW YORK CITY. on the Eau: Gillie River, less than half a mile from the Indian River, and two .
The Inn AT ORMOND BEACH, FLORIDA. FIREPROOF. :300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toile and.a half miles from the Ocean. The property I II two hundred miles south of k a A
rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.AO\ ; large rooms $:.t.: and with Jacksonville, on the Florida, East Coast Railway, with the Railroad Station adjoining .
Ormond Station to Hotel private bath $2.50 per day and upwards. The management IlIlUuler the per f the property Buildings erected In 1 ISIM\ ), and some of them have never t
line from
Open December
IIO supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, Manager been the original! owner hl"ln.lIela few months after their completion.
week. occupied /
New England help. $3.00: per day; $17. per !
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COMPANY, Proprietors.
ANDERSON & PRICE HOTEL J5IIYN MAWIt. I-..,. has not been used since. All the buildings were erected In the most substantial "
Wx. S. KKSXET, Manager.
manner and are now In excellent condition. The hotel and cottages are complete. (
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I>AYTONA.DAYTONA.. IJUYN MAWIt, artesian wells. twenty cisterns, connected, with sewer etc.
The Bryn Mawr Hotel PEN.V. The property cost the original owner<< "'14,0(1))i and will be sold at a s-icrlflciv.

The above cut fairly represents the property.For .
The Ridgewood FLORIDA. particulars apply to or address, ,

Located on-Ridgewood Avenue-the most beautiful avenue In the South. ( Absolutely Fireproof.) Caretaker on premises, Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner,
the bouse. Eau Oallle. Florldi. Tltu.vllle. Fla. Jamaica, y. T
Private Baths. Electric Lighted. Northern help throughout t. ___ _________ __ _,___n __._ __ _____ __.
Orchestra. E. I>. LAXOWORTUY, Proprietor. (
OPEN: JUNE TO OCTOBER. For terms, etc. addrpas, I
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: Fire Insurance On Saturday last, In Circuit Court ,
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, al chambers, in Jacksonville, Judge Call

41 Went Bay Street, If Your House Goes Up in Smoke and granted, on the petition of certain can- FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
didates and others writ of
an alternative\
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. *you loose everything It Is your own !" mandamus in a case from Brevard county Tltusvllle Fla.Representing .

{largest stock In this section of country. *fault. FIRE INSURANCE sufficient in which Judge Jones, of the Seventh

i Established In 1808.i ( *to cover the value of the property and h" circuit, was disqualified to act. It was
to compel the Democratic County Executive -
Send for descriptive catalogue. ANCE
i household effect should be carried **; Committee of that county to print : ,
*Rates are not high. The companies the names of candidates for county commissioners -
-THEFLORIDA we represent are solvent, reliable and and for school commissioners The Liverpool! & London & Globe A it
.liberal. All Claims promptly paid. on the ballots to be voted at the primary Insurance Co. r a

Write us for rates on your property.r+ election on May 10th, throughout the The Hartford Fire Insurance Co. <<
MOTOR CO. Don't neglect to take out a policy. .. i 4 entire county, instead of on ballots only .
w' to be voted In each separate commission The ..Etna Insurance Co. .. oVM.rNr
: Schuyler & Wilson, ( -
er's district, or show cause why they will 'The Continental Fire Insurance Co. I
DAYTONA. FLAP not do The writ Is made returnable
before Judge Call In this city on April The Home Insurance Co., of'N. Y. ,

_. is said that there is a similar contention -
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and TIRES ---------- ---- In other counties, and the decision The Fireman', Fund Insurance Co. It you're Insured, for then the wiping .
to be rendered will settle tbe legal
.....1 In stock, also The Pennsylvania Insurance Co. out of your house shop of
status of tbe case. While these com-
MARINE and STATIONARY GASOLINE :: mlssioneis represent separate districts, The Georgia Home Insurance Co. by flre means only a t'I I inconvenience .
Yesterday was a day of politics at Fort The Miami correspondent the Times they are generally voted for at all precincts The Rochester-German Inaur. Co.
ENGINES, Pierce, where there were several candidates I I Union has the following to say about Mr. Five for county commissioners Norwich Union Fire Ins. Society. -your loss Is ma.delood/ and
for office-all eager to tell "the /Hams, the candidate for senator for Dade
DYNAMOS And three for school boord. Tbe ballots yon can start afresh with the
Northern Assurance Co. of money
dear people" how good they would be to 'and Brevard I heretofore have read: "Vote for five," Eng.
MAGNETOS, them if elected to the office they were I'I "M. S. Same of Courtenay, candidate and "vote for three."-Jacksonville Niagara Fire Insurance Co. any of our staunch and sterling Insurance .
BATTERIES after. An excursion train was run from for State Senator arrived here Wednes-
Metropolis.A Fidelity & Deposit Co., of Maryland companies will pay you prompt
EVAPORIZERS New Smyrna for the event; but the day. He will poll a heavy vote in Bre-
trave1.; ,was not very heavy. Tltusvllle vard county. In Dade he will receive "Surety Bonds. ly on proof of long.
/SPARK COILS 23 boarded the train, and as it went I the entire vote of the Davls-Tallaferro BIG MOSQUITO NET.D. .
and PLUGSof southwards this number was consider"I contingent, which will be a clean-out ma-

all kinds, and are offering them for ably added to. 'jority. Mr. Sam can feel ae. He will W. Monroe & Co, turpentine distillers J. R. WALKER. H.: B. MACK. I t tJ r
Among the prominent speakers were spend several days here. This is his _
sale at... \ of 'Utu v\1le\ have a model camp r1
Senator Taliaferro and Congressman second visit to Miami. Twenty-nine
years about seven miles south of Tltusville, "'
Davis[ and the people gave them a great ago he was here, and again; twenty years where state convicts are worked in the J, R. WALKER & CO
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ovation. agobe spent a few days here. various departments connected with the
Senator: Taliaferro, upon being introduced manufacture of turpentine. Mr. Mon -DEALERS IN-
made a very clear and concise roe treats tbe convicts In his charge so
They have a, few bargains in speech. lIe was in excellent form for Hon. M. A. Same, candidate for the kindly, that after serving; their time, Goods
KNOX the occasion, and told the people many State Senate from the district composedof many of them apply to him for work. Dry ,
\ plain truths that they were not previously the counties of Dade and Brevard, has The mosquito season in the woods is
BUICK, aware of. The /Senator gave, In his been spending a few days in thin city and drawing near, so to make! the convicts Furniture
WHITE, usual dignified manner, a plain statement vicinity meeting the people and finding comfortable, Mr. Monroe ordered a mosquito ;
\ of bit acts during his senatorship, many old acquaintance and making now net specially made at J. R. Walker *
DE :MOOY, and be considered that his fair and ones. 41 r. Hams Is one of the solid citizens &; Co 's." which measures :'i5tt.xSft.! to Shoes etc.
_ GRANT-FERRIS, square stewardship justified him in ask- of Brevard and is a m'an who Is well hang over the long dining-room table, ,
ng for the support of the voters of 13re- qualified for the position of Senator. lIe ao that the convicts will not be annoyed .
MARINE .( STANIOXARY ENGINES. vard county, at the coming primaries lit. a. staunch Democrat, and may be count- with mosquitoes or tiles during meal
especially In the district in which he was ed upon to support Democratic principles hours. This Is the largest; l; mosquitonet AGENTS FOP.
speaking. Ills speech throughout was and Democratic measures as well as ever made In Brevard county.
Write for Prices and loudly applauded; and when he concluded the candidates wbo are nominated at the CONTINENTALTAILORING
Term"J.. those present cheered him with approaching/ primaries, whoever they
---- -- great gusto. may be. The News commends Mr. Same SAYS BROWN IS A WINNER.A .

:EI... L. :MOTtI10W.: :: Congressman Robt. W. Davis was the to the voters. of the county as a man whoIs CO.

L 1 next speaker, and It is almost needless to in every way worthy of their support prominent commercial traveler, who
say be was heartily received. lIe made -Miami News. covers the whole state, while discussing TilE BEST CLOTHES. i
some happy hits, and delighted; his politics recently expressed his surprise
I audience by his jokes and rwlttlcitms at the remarkable strength developed by

specially when he referred to Napoleon Hon. M. deabrook Sams, of Brevard, Ion. C. M Brown, of Ocala, candidate John R Walker & Co.Pl'I'l'USVlfLE.
I Brownard's booklet on farming. lie was candidate for State Senator of the district for governor.; lie said that Brown ,
listened to with marked attention until composed of Dade and Brevard would sweep Went. and :South: Florida,
the close of his speech; and when he con- counties, has recently been In this city and was without doubt the leading candidate .
eluded, he received very enthusiastic and while here attened a meeting; of the In the lace. The clean campaign -- -- --- -- -- --

u ntlI /I / applause from all present, which goes to Taliaferro-Davis Club. At the meeting which he has been running has met with ...N....N..NN...NN.............N.....NN....

/ show he l ia a general; favorite with the Mr. Hams: gracefully responded to the popular favor ills war record makes J:J F.Morgan, Proprietor. E. R. Blakewood, Registered: Druggist.PHARMACY :
eople. enthusiastic calls for a speech, and in a every true Southern man proud of him,
r'tv I Other speakers followed, but as theyare few well chosen words explained why aDd his record in both the lower and upper : :
expected In Tltuaville to-morrow be Is now, to bill own suprise, a candidate bouse of the state legislature Is without -
night, we will let our townspeople judges for State Senator. Mr. :Sams does a. stain. He says that he has not
to their merits or demerits. not attempt to play the role of orator or visited a county in which be did not find I.
stump speaker, but he can and does, Brown men enthusiastically working for I RED
"r' when occasion requires, calmly and dispassionately his nomination, and many believed that ,
!! AN ENJOYABLE EVENING. explain to the people his he would win In the first primary.

Fine Liquors Wines, Beers, fealty to true democracy, and his allegIance s TITUSV1I.LJ5, FLOKIPA. :
to the honest, patriotic people.Mr. .
Ales Stout, Etc. On Friday eve last, about twelve of the !Samp was warmly received by the CLARK GAINING GROUND.A ,' Complete Stock of- i j
K:;$Send me your orders I friends of Miss Jeannette, F. Wilson democrats of West Palm Beach. He i DRUGSA

TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. assembled! at her home In Tltusville, In went to Miami on leaving' lime, where, prominent resident of Jacksonville i PURE AtvD DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. : '
response to an invitation to spend an reports say, he met an equally cordial re
letter to the editor of :
a person gff Prescriptions Filled With the
evening playing; "Pit. Light refresh- ception. Mr. Sam's majority will be
JL. MOB LEY ments consisting of sherbet and cake very emphatic In favor of clean politics. the ADVOCATK, nays: x Utmost Care and Promptitudw.TBtJiWE :
served. At 11 o'clock the Palm Beach New, "From report from all over CongreRsoniil /: ."
were guests district, trunk" Clark Is gaining; I : i. WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
TITUSVILLE FLA. departed, thanking their charming
young (round. It is conceded everywhere that Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, :School Supplies, Perfumery. Brushes, T
Contracts for all kinds of Palming, Kaoomlning (- hostess for a most pleasant and enjoyable CHURCH NOTICES. the contest. is between Clark and Barre.I : Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine, Candles, and all other articles kept :
Staining. Finishing and PaperHanging evening. expect Clark to be the high; man In the by up-to-date drug stores. .
/ at the most reasonable price first primary with Bans xtcoud.! The jrlT We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders. .
consistent with good workmanship., THE MAN WITH THE ADZ.tVoitderfnl There will be preaching the Methodist ADVOCATE readers need not be surprised ..............................................+.....

-.- church at Cocoa, next Sunday at 11 If Frank Clark should beat Barrs hereIn ._ ._ h__ -.- -
All Work on the East Coast AP"1">"<.>' of III. Aim a. a. m., and at 7:30 p. m. All are invited. Duval county. Barre Is constantly 7iZ: t715vIL.E LIV I Y STdI3rl!
the 11......"....'. lllovlt. to be present. losing votes. owing to his inability to 4
Is Especially Solicited.Let atlsfactorlally explain his \!.> per cent
Outside a butcher shop twenty or 'There will be regular services In the made .d
tn9 know what yon want and get my with the A. V. A W Hallway, SADDLE HORSES,
estimate on it. Prompt attention thirty person! stood watching! u man Baptist church, Tltusvi'.le: Sunday, and while he was attorney for tbe city of FEED AND SALE
given to all work. at work with tin ud<. He stood on a prayer meeting! next Wednesday eve Jacksonville In March, 1000." "
large oaken block such as meat Is ning. Everybody cordially Invited. ...STABLES... nUGlHE8,

chopped on which he had taken from Howard 11. Gibbons, pastor. AS Y0 U LIKE BAGGAGE, ib I SURREYS,
William Iliudlc, its legs and placed on the curb eloping Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at City 1 h
toward the street. The surface of the Point on Sunday, April ..(, at 10:30: a. m. TRANSFER and TURNOUTS of
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON block bad become scarred and rough- and at Eau Gallle at 7i:: ( p. m. Up worth Shakespeare's comedy, 'As You ,Like
ned front IIl1e. With clean, accurate League meeting; at 7 p. m. Topic for It," will bo presented at Rollins College, HAULINGETC.1 ..all kinds..
WORKKR. Epworth League!' devotional meet foe: Winter Park, by the Students' Dramatic
strokes' of the adz the soon madeIt
Ulan In Mission Lands." Club Thursday evening next, April 20.
"Christian Education ,
Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. a* smooth as it mahogany table. It The' majority of those who took part In J. W. OSBAN & SON,
GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE was tile wonderful accuracy of his aim Archdeacon B F. Brown will hold Divine the "Merchant of Venice," last April, ITUSVILLE, -Buck of Ceo. M. Robbing' office.FLORIDA..

that made pnsnersby stop to look at service on Sunday, the 21th instant, are members of the cast "As You LikeIt - -
TANKS MADE TO ORDER. him. He paid no attention to them. A In All Saints church, Waveland-Jensen, ," as well as a number of new stu-
at 100!! a. ml; in St. Pauls church, dents. The above tobe R.--- 55; BRO-
single fulne blow would have ruined comedy promises E. L. :
Your Patronage is Solicited.\ Kden-Tlbbuls at 3:30: p. m, Also. at the ler- ,
as great a success as was *
the block. When the job was done, the the 25th ;
On ,
Stuart at 7 p. m. Monday, chant of Venice." -DEALERS IN-
COCOA, FI.A. man helped the butcher mount the In Ht. Andrews church, Fort Pierce, at
This Shakespearean play Is
popular AND ALL FOOD
block, collected $5: and went off to 7iO:: p. m, under the able direction of Miss Julia GROCERIES, GRAIN AND ,

Kitcliiug keep another upi>nintment. D. Reed, manager of Rollins College We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents! for MAPES FERTILIZERS.
Stanley "It line taken me twenty-three years BAD WEATHER. Dramatic Club.WORK: We deal exclusively in the above line of goods:\ and solicit the trade of all consumers. -
-Dealer In- : to learn to chop like that. he said to Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
a rCpOl.tPr.Iy: charge la from $5 to ON THE CANAL. E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY,CIGARS, $10; according to tbe size of the block.A People on the East Coast of Florida --- _H __ -- -- -- -

Tobacco, Pipes, CAndies, Fancy China block requires evening oft lu that can who baldly are enjoying realize that such several lovely weather parts of, Dredging on the East Count. Canal from --w.
and Temperance ilnks. way every three or four yenrs. I have E. GOLDSMITH
tbe north are still In the throes nf win- this side Is progressing rapidly and an
The following' : brands of cigars! deliveredat customers now that I had when I first ter. A telegram from New York on advance of one hundred feet is made ,

$..23 per box of CO: began business, twenty-five years ago. Wednesday says: dalll' The out U now over a mile In- _' -Dealer In-
lumboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos, In all tbat time I have spoiled only two New York City was visited with a A short time ago quicksand was
Cremo, Cubanas, t'obalskl.. blocks, and they were during the two snow storm this morning for several encountered, and the work wait renderedmore STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT AND
of apprenticeship. The butchers hours. It Is as cold and raw as a December difficult but this has been passed' OF
9 Flinch Cards 5o.() ; Hand Made I'almetto New and the Is swiftly forward.St. .
can get their chopping blocks put day. Dispatches from points In digging going TITUSVILLE .. FLORIDA.
Hats, 23o. and in New England, Augustine Record.
In condition by sending them to the York :State points
STUART, FLORIDA also report snow and bitter cold at those ----
IInw 1D 111. But it in more expensive: and
can't them so long from the points. From Buffalo comes the report HOW TO WASH PAINT. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
boy spare that nearly a foot of snow fell In that .
Robbins & Graham Co. shops. There ia enough work of this city last night during a blizzard which FLA.
kind In New York to keep myself and several hours.HORTICULTURAL.
raced A pall of soft warm water about one
backed loose. attention
Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity- or Special
baIt dozen other bUlIy"-New! York
n of borax and made into a lather
(1 ooorpora ted.) ounce paid sacking for Yachts or for family nse. Fair dealing Is my motto.
?rean., with a good soap, a piece of clean tlan- T.
T. WETMORE Proprietor.
$23,000.00.This nel. Rub no soap on and wet tbe bottom i
company owns Do you subscribe for the ADVOCATED:;? of the door first; then wash the top
and tbe water will leave no streaky
IJ .. T :c s., Ail members of the Florida State marks behind as !18 generally the case <>TIOE:
N...N1NNN.NNN. Horticultural Society are requested to when washed in tbe old way. _
v. the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. notice the change of dates of the annual

Lucle; River; at New River and on Bay i E., Vesey Hall : sonville.meeting\ j of April the society 20, 27,to 28 be and held:.9 In are Jack-the DEATH OF MISS TURNER. To Packers and Growers of Pineapples and

i Bl cayne. Prices to suit tile times. Georgiana, Fla. I dates selected for thin meeting, as It was Tomatoes :
i advisable to hold tbe
Send for Land List. I not deemed open- l Miss Lilly\ Turner, daughter of Mr.
Boat Builder. :: of the meeting on.May 10, the
ing session and Mrs. J. P. Turner former residents Before purchase Paper for
-I Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. + date originally decided upon. The :State of Tltusvllle but now of :New you your
2 O LYFIRST-CLASSWORK.i Democratic primary election Is to be beld died \Iondayand: was burled
_ + Write for Estimates. 2 May 10, and it was realized that the at- next Smyrna day, a large concourse of friends wrapping, it will pay you to write us for
would be amaH If
Hodgson Bros .++...+...+..++.+.....* tendance meeting should be held very at that time. following place. Mr.the and remains Mrs.to Turner their last bate resting the samples and prices. TVTe can furnish you

KAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL- sympathy. of their many friends la this I IaocCion. different grades and different colors.

Marine Railway. ton's Rapid Calking Tools now In use
General Merchants and Ship Cliandlere.I I by boat owners In the United States. PICNIC AND RALLY. Money saved in buying is .

..Special Facilities.. Price 94.00 and '3,00 each, at the AD- -
I ,s.wsa VOOATL office, T.ltus't'U1e. o'IA. The annual grand barbecue and picnic i1r1:13r"i1L&DT: .
Out and
For Storing
Hauling Repairing I a( Lake Washington will, this year, takeplace .

t s Yachts and Launches. Have examined and fitted YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY l at Eau Gallle on Tuesday, April Write us
your eyes IF
cordially to at
I Mention.- the ADVOCATE when writing./ by the expert. along the,East send Coast full description Improved or price unimproved Kith.tend. Special Everybody Invitation to all candi 'U'1"TIrr"EJ: : :> :I? :JER, c<>..

t OT" 'f&: NEWSPAPERS For Sale, DR. G. L. MANDAVILLE, a and sale.terms.C. Buckman No charm, Jacksonville unless I effect Fla. dates.Committee, by W:*. R. ROISCH. Southern Office. Atlanta, Ga. 1 1r i

_ Cheap atlhU.. office. Titusvllle Florida.


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