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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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LOCAL NEWS -ADVOCATES for sale at the Red Special Sale of Ladles ShirtWaists -Mr. W. R. Sanders candidate for Ilrevnrd County Lands For Sale. AMONG THE HOTELS. ,
: Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle.Mr. assessor arrived town
? yesterday
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I tc., on Monday.On DVOCATS--;:
And Topics of General Interest. and Mrs Wm. Hludle, of Cocoa -Mr. O. II. Nauman, candidate for Merritt' Island near Courtenay, for* The now. on file at aU 1,. 1

I were In town on Monday.Mr. county commissioner for the lat district merly known as the Geiger Place; lOTfj( the best hotels In New York city. 1 '
Monday next May 2nd we will\
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THE IADVOCATE, M. E. English returned home have on sale a fine collection of various arrived in town yesterday aorell.t'lne pineapple orange and vegetable Where rte stop along the East Coast '

on Monday from a short visit to Fort models In Shirt Waists, varying in price THE VERY IIEST land. Price, Il ll.Merrltt'a See list of hotels on 4th and 7th pages '
,. annum in advance. Island lUll long fronton
1.50 acres'
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Pierce. ,
per
'. six months, ,. from |1.23 to $3.00.: In Perfumes and Toilet Goods, can be Indian River and Including Work on the new kitchen at the Sem- .

$11.00 3.00 per an. to foreign countries. -Mr. Chas. IIorton, cashier of the Also special prices on Embroideriesand had at J. R. Walker; Co'.. permits granted by Itrevnrd County.oyster bIer Cottage, Tttnsvllle, Is being pushed (11

Bank of Fort Pierce, was among the Laces; an endless variety of patterns -The weather for the past few days Good land for vegetables and some good rapidly forward and will soon be com .\\1
When you subscribe for the ADVO- callers at this office prices ranging from lOcts. to boots pleted. '
on
Monday. him been exceeding pleasant; the nights orange land. A tine oyster location. i
OATS by the year, It does not cost you per yard. have been cool snd while Price. $400.Town' .
week included. NECKWEAR.Swell All mall orders filled for quite pleasant, If you want a nice piece of property it
three cents per ,.postage promptly .any the days just as spring weather shouldbe. of Tltusville lot II, of East subdivision
line, all. the season's latest styles of the above goods. cheap road the ail of the Sarno proper .
Tae EAST COAST ADVOOATK is on and silks. J. R. Walker & Co. JULIUS KI.INK, of old block 4. A fall Iy good ty on our Oth page It will be sold at a ,
ale at the following news-itanda, at five house. Price, *:2ao. rare bargain.Mr. .
Tltusvllle Fla. Messrs.: Barnes S"nderaValter Hat-
: -Mr. John H. Sams and son loft here, Town of Tltusvllle, lot :'I t, block A, !
cents Tltusvllle per copy-Red Cross Pharmacy Tuesday, for Jacksonville, to attend the ter, James Prevatt and Arthur Townsman ) Coleman's Addition. Large lot fronting J. F. Union, late of the Poyal f

Jacksonville-Duval hotel. :State:: Horticultural Society's:: meeting.Mrs. -Mr. Frank Sams, Jr., of New Smyrna came over from Indlunolaon Thur- on two streets, good locution near center Poinciana, Palm Bunch, goes to the New .

Windsor hotel E. E. Rollins returned on Mon. arrived In town yesterday.Mr. day night.In the launch jlenella, returningthat of town. Good 8-roont cottage. Price, Asplnwall, Lenox of Mass., for the summer I
season 1DO4.
Grlyot News stand. day morning after a week spent verypleaslnl.ly Chas D. Case, who has been In $700. :
-Mr. O. K. Wood, a prominent pineapple Town of Tltusvllle, fine corner lot In
Mr. Fred F. Taylor of Rooklitdg
with Mrs. J. E. Andrews Dade ,
time returned
at for has
date of expiration printed upon I. county some ,
Note Fort Pierce. to Titusvllle. grower at Stuart, was among the business section of town Price, $:iOO.) owner of the Indian River hotel, Titus I
our paper or wrapper every week. This en Horn at this ollloe yesterday. He Is on Town of Tltusvllle, 0 residence lots vllle, was In town this week, giving In 144
ii a receipt for your money. No need -Dances In the Opera. home, Tltus- -Mr. John II. Wynn, of Fort Pierce, 'I his way to Sanford for a week or so. His west of railroad. Price, $10) each. structions to the Improvements to be I ,

(borne to send receipt for subscription.The ville are "in full swing" every Wednes candidate for county commissioner for daughter will accompany him. South Lake, !S l miles west of Tltusvlllo, i made on tho hotel this summer. ..
date III..eslt; to you. day evening. An extra dance was given the 4th district, arrived In town on Wed 40 acres fronting on lake, part hammock fti''
last Friday evening.Mr. I nesday.Mr.. OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF) WAiT and part pille. Fine land, for orangos, : Now the Hotel Ponce de Leon, St.
yy- Reading notice ads are ten cents ton's Rapid Calking Tools, now In use vegetables pineapples. Price, $3:!,*>0.) Augustine I Is closed l. the many friend of I
per line on this pace. J. L. Curruthers, of Titusvllle Harold Moore, of Daytona, Is by bout owners In the United States. South Iuk.a: miles went of Tltusvllle. I the oflloe staff are anxious to know where

-Mr. Charles Mast, of Eden, was In I has his announcement In this Issue for expected In Tltusyllle on :Sunday:: to Plioe $4.1111()(> and, $s.OO rack, at the ADVOCATE Part fine hammock, balance fine, I they will be the coming summer. They :.:''f. 0
town on Wednesday.Our registration: officer for Brevard county spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. : office Titusvllle\ l Via high, dry, pine land with bountiful view will he scatter as follows! : 1
and solicits
your vote. Harry Wilson. \Robert Manhasset
Manager Murray
lakn. Good and
of
vegetable
editor has entertainedquite -:Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Brannlng have orange, )
society -Miss Catherine yams, of Courtenay, CHOICE PIECES OF REAL ESTATE'for moved Into their oozy cottage at the pineapple land. 1110 acres. Price, $SOO.' House Shelter Island, X. V.Slmvon : .
of callers this week. !
number
a who had been In town for couple of sale by E. Waddell, real estate ''I coiner of Main and Palm streets, and Section *>, Township:/ South, Kunge Island, take charge of office

-Mr. F. A. Morgan left here for Jack- days,.visiting Miss Annie Norwood, wasa dealer Miami Fla. last evening they entertained a few ,.17 East; 42'a:!', acre, fronting on Indian of Hotel Champluln Clinton county

- IOnvllle on Tuesday upon political business. pleasant caller at this olllce on Mon I friends at a sumptuous supper.Ve River and, Horse Cieek, 24j miles northof N. Y. .
and M. Jones and H. L. E. Smith cashier New Mouut M
day. Judge( Mrs. S. understand a "houeu-warnring" will be Eau Gallio. Splendid Mgh land, fine
:Miss Annie Jones who have whitIng Wellington, llretton Woods N. H.
been large; quarry of Coquina rock, high dry
In brder later.
: CHICKEN EGGS.-Rhode Island Reds, -A subscriber wI'lteauR that ho thinks relative at St. Lucle returned to and hoallhy. Fine orange and pineapple W. J. Fleming, assistant room clerk,

: winter layers; $1.1>0 per sitting. J. T. I Mr., Ono F. Enuey, candidate for the Tltusvllle\ on Tuesday. WHEN YOU WISH TO DRIVE, call land. Splendid residence situ Price ManhixxHot House, :Shelter Island N. Y. (,

e Feaster, Tltusvllle, Fla. 4t sow second School Board district will get upon the Tltusvllle Livery, at rear of tl,1"IO, J. It. Masury, Assistant cashier, Man-
three-fourths of the Tltusvllle vote on -Mr. and Mrs. C. T. McCarty: of El- Robbins' law office for basset House Shelter Island N. Y.'
: Miss( Ida Dodson will open a summer a stylish up- Terms will be made reasonable to reliable I
. -school In Tltuaville one week alter the 10th of May. dred, were passengers on 'rue..day'anorthbound to-date rig.; Leave your order for puichasors. Apply to L. J, Slade: mall clerk, United States
their Jaok-
tl'aln. on way to all kinds of double and single; hauling. 1>. I.. lAUl.DKN: lintel !Saratoga, N. Y. .
the close of the public school. -Mrs. Wm. M. Brown and Master sonvllle to attend the of the t
: :Mark Brown left here Wednesday, for: meeting Feed and sale stable a specialty Or, Tltusvllle, Fla W. J. \Ryan front clerk, Garden City,
: -Mrs. E. E.: Rollins, after a pleasant Winter Park, to attend the dramatic :State:: Horticultural Society. J. M. OSIIAN Tltusvllle, Fla. W I. A. WAKNOI-K Jamaica N. Y. Hotel, Garden City I.. I. 1

visit of a week or so with Mrs. Jas. E. entertainment at ICollins College where WE IIAVE whole II. W. Warner, night clerk, Grand
E.
i Andrews, of Fort Pierce returned home Miss Louise Brown Is student.. An experienced dressmaker In charge: known-UeferrlnKtoMr.residents M. Ilolman of Titusville Union, Saratoga N. Y. ,
to ELEC- d'
many BREVARD COUNTY'S
! on Monday of our Dress Making Department.Write t. J. B. Bacon steward The Equinox,
Worcester Mass.
the ( ) Telegram :
,
; SEWING MACHINESCash for estimates call and says Manchester Vt.STANLEY .
or see her. TION CASE.
-There will be a meeting of Friend E. M. Ilolman has joined the ranks of
You need
: ship Chapter No. II, Order of Eastern don't or easy be without payments. Satisfaction guaranteed. J. R. Walker Worcester nutomoblliats. / and can toot -
one, one see J, R.
Titusvllle.I
. Star, on Tuesday evening next, when a Walker &: Co. Tltusville.Mr. & Co., the horn with the best of them. Mr. SOAP WORKS DES-
: full attendance I I. requested. -f I be editor of this. paper has received. Ilolman received a day or two ago the As previously announced In the ADVOOATIO '

-: J.V., Sheffield, of merlons, passes t', the World's F.ilr at St. Louis, machine which be bought In New York columns, Friday last was tho TROYED BY FIRE.
THE
: LATESTID Ga., who has been In Titusvllle for the but If business continues lo rush during last winter when he started on his south day set for the return of the alternativewrit -

.. Men's Boys' and Youths' Clothing. past six weeks looking up the propertyof the summer, an It has of I"'e. we will ern visit. It Is of 1(1( .horse power cap- of mandamus Issued by Judge Call A telegram from New York Wednesday
) J. It. Walker & Co. the Sheffield Laud and ImprovementCo. spena the summer In Tltusvllle.Mr. able of a speed of (00 miles an hour. Mr. In the, oisu of the State of Florida ex rel says that one of the valued subscribers .

. -Mr. and :Mrs. D. A. Blodgett and ., left, on Friday last, for his home. Ilolman Is not yet able ro say whether Wade II. Jones vs. K. II. Uiiiilerson and to the AnVATIC-Mr. John 'J'.
: family, who spent the winter at their and Mrs. Thou. G(,odall, parentsof the machine can reach the -mile-an-( 01 her members of the Democratic Executive !tItDley-llI.d lost his big snap factory
a DaUon residence let for their summer -Mr. Geo. G. Curile, mayor of West Mr E. M. Uoodnll have closed their I hour limit, but he knows. that when he Committee. of llrovaid, county, to by fire. Mr. Stanley I is well known to
Palm Beach, was pleasant visitor to winter home at Goodall. and none to comply with the I lion or show cause 1
a home at Grand Rapids, Mich.\ on Wed opened the throttle on one of his first pet many residents on Indian River and
nesday. ; Titusvllle on Saturday and Sunday, and their summer home In :Sanford:: !Me. trips It went fast enough to suit him. why they should not-that Is to say, owns u Hue pineapple plantation and
- hl< many friends were pleased' to see him They were accompanied by Mr. and !Mrs. print the names of candidates, for county
The auto Is built for carrying five grove at Jensen. Ills East
passengers orange
1 Mr. J. D. Ennls of Rockledge In town. He was. conferring with Mr. many
wasa W A. Fairbanks.PRICES and Is covered with a canopy oommlMNlomtrrt on the ballots" to be voted Const friends will regret to learn of him
pleasant caller this office Saturday Geo M. Robbins Uw matters.Mr. t
at Uro-
on upon at the primary' election throughout
TO SUIT AT.L PARTIES-In with glass; In front of the chauffeur. severe loss.
afternoon lust/ Ho was In to Inspect the Philip Roberts well-known Improved and unimproved property. It weighs 1723 pounds, and has a wheelbase yard county on May lOlli, Instead of onlyon The report says the fire broke out at '
woikmgs of the Walton Self-Locking; of Mlms left Wednesday of 84 Inches. The Is ballot. to b r voted In the commissioner's I ij.'IOon: Wednesday the
Tackle Block his orange grower If you want to buy, don't fall to see driving power : morning on sac
and to renew subscription for New York, Boston Philadelphia E. A. Waddell, Miami FU sufficient for grades of 45 per cent Mr. dlstilots; but ond floor of the soup works, situated In I
to the ADVOCA TK. and other placed, on a few weeks' Ilolman was given: Instructions In run Brevard Democratic Executive Committee Went :IlOth street New York which the

SEE F.:. A. WADDELL, Miami, Fla.If trip. This is the first trip Mr. Roberta -The ADVOCATE office has boon considerably ning the machine at the factory in Newark held a meeting In Tltusvllle and editor of this paper visited a few sum*
.
you want an Orange Grove, Pineapple has ever made out of Kloilda, so he will rushed with job printing orders last week, and since the machine's rescinded their action, and decided to mars ago. The outbreak was followed t
Plantation or Vegetable Farm.At see something new on his vacation.IF of late, which has caused some arrival In Worcester day or two ago print and let be voted, ss demanded by by three explosions In the basement of
f Right Prices. slight delay. The rush Is now partiallyover has been practicing. He has decided to Jones, the petitioner; .and consequentlythere the building, and the whole structure
YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY so we are again: ready to take orders sell his trim. little steam launch at the was nothing/ before Judge; Call but was soon In a bl.ize. Twenty fine horses
Mrs. E. P. Porcher, of Cocoa, who along the East Coast Improved or nn from those merchants who do not lake, for after speeding with the automo- the action of compliance of the Hrevard were In the Both street side of the build.

had been on a visit to her sister Mrs. D. Improved, send full description, pries send out of town for their printing. bile, Mr. Ilolman feels that he could County Demociatlo Executive Commit ing, and It was said to be Impossible tosave !
A. Itlodgett of returned home and terms. No charge unless I effect M. S. Jones f the Seventh I
Daytona, Messrs. John R. Walker candidatefor hardly) content himself riding at steam tee. Judge them At :X o'clock the big lumberyards
, on Saturday last. Mrs. Porcher has a a sale. C. Buckman, Jacksonville Fla. the office of Superintendent of Public launch speed. Judicial\ (,;Circuit WAS dUqiialitied, to act adjoining were In Imminent dan
number of fine of the re In the hence Its reference to Judge '
photographs case,
-Mr. Ernest Vanlandlngham. a medical Instruction; B. R. Wilson, aspirant ger. Explosion after explosion occai red
cent Jones :Sbaeffer:: wedding party at student at the Baltimore Medical College for the office of clerk of the Circuit Call. while the firemen were working on the 11
OLMSTEAD EXPLAINS.Fort
Daytona. MR.
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arrived In Tltusvllle Wednesday Court; and A. A. :::Stewart the present building. Three-quarters of an hour after

Passengers on the Clyde steamships and will stay here 'till Sunday before Incumbent of the clerk's office, attendedthe DEATH OF A NEW YORKER.Mr. the fire was discovered one of the

are delighted with their trips between going to his home at Miami. This Is picnic at Eau Uallle on Tuesday and Pierce Fla. April 27 004. heaviest explosions occurred, blowing
Jacksonville and New York, and speak Mr. Vanlandlnffham's: third term, and delivered some rousing political speechesto out the side walls of the main building

r In glowing terms of the service and attention next ;year he will be a full fledged "M. the big crowd.J. Editor Etttt Count Adnocatr i Charles Emmon., 200 West 78thSt. and burying two firemen and seriously j
of the Line D." New York died at the residence of juring another. Two companies of firemen '
officers. The Clyde R. WALKER A CO; .- I Dear Sir:-The Fort Pierce News of : /
In a Florida do fall togo Mr. Roberts at Mlms Monday on the adjoining\ roof had a narrow
Institution not Harry on
so ,
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i -Mr. and Mrs. F. S Modisette and The busy store of the East Coast, can April 22nd makes appear ss though l' .01r
north by of that popular line. the 2.1th day of April.! The remains escape frl.m another falling wsll. Men
way their charming daughter who have been supply your wants. Dry Goods, Shoos was at bitter war with the Joneses; but .
Patronize the home steamship were embalmed by Undertaker Andrew are working to resous' the men burled.At .
company
and wish to state the medium of
several months through
spending at their beautiful Furnishings/ Millinery. ,
the CI de Line Froscher and shipped by to 3 a. m. the lire was practically un- I
) express
home and line of Furniture. the ADVOCATR that In candidacy I
winter orange grove atFronteuao. Lsrgeand complete !:, my York
New der control but the factory is totally
Tuesday' accompanied bydecelUMld'a soap
on
SEXD YOUR MACHINE WORK AND on Indian River, left Mon Try them. J. H. Walker: Co.; am fighting no one. I haveb..en Inform daughters, ,Mrs. Edward W.Thornull destroyed, together with a 'five-story I I
orders for Material day for their summer home In Minneapolis ed that the Jon exes are going to sup
Hardware Building
and Miss Ella J. Emmons/ and building. The total loss will amount ti* .
:Mr. and :Mrs. R. W. Whlnfield
Etc. Fernald Minn. Their Indian River friends on port opponent, which, as American
to The Geo' II. my
Mr Roberts. Mr. Emnions who about $200IJOO.) The cause' of the fire Is
,
Hardware Co., Sanford Fla. will\ be pleased to learn the above party board their trim looking launch, Anne; citizens, they have a perfect light to do, Philip unknown.Mr. .
will return Frontenaoafierth tbll Christ and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gamble with and I am too much of .a democrat to feel was a whole-souled genial gentleman j+
-Tbe numerous Lake Worth friends their launch, the Flyer, arrived in port offended. had been coming to Mlms for the past John T. Stanley stepped off the !'

of the Rev. L. Fitz-James lilndry, for mas holidays.FURNISHED Monday. from the south and left, uext I belong to no faction, and If elected fifteen years and his pluannnt countenance northbound train at Tltusvllle\ yesterday -
werly rector of Bethesda-by-the-Sea Ep- COTTAGE TO LET In day, for their respective winter homes at I hall feel that It was by the will of the will be much missed In this section for a few minutes aDd sslri. the loss

iscopal church Palm Beach, will be South Titusvllle. Appy! atAovocATETltusville. Seabreeze. They had been on a pleasure people. Respectfully, of Indian River. of the factory was a sad blow to him
Pleased to learn that he is meeting with cruise as far as Palm Beach and as their CLAUDE OLMSTKAD. 1 Deceased who was 7$ years old, died and he did not know whether he would,

much success in his new field of labor launch Yankee Doodle of launches! did not break down the trip of old age re-bulld. Mr. Stanley said. there was a
-The Daytona
watchman
night constantly on duty
Trinity church St. Augustine.; On arecent was a very enloyable one. -- -----
the Capt. Icon Ellenwood master, Fine Property For Sale. with fire bell. and other appliances on
visit to :St.: by
editor of this Mr.Augustine lilndry was referred stopped In Tltusvllle, Saturday en routeto -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Prlndle, of FOR REGISTRATION OFFICER. hand. He did not know how much Insutance .
paper, Miami, and intermediate point., with West who have -
to in terms several Huntington Virginia/ was on the property as his sons
very high by the following party wboard: Capt. Ellen- been In Tltusvllle for about flye months,
Episcopalians. Two nice cottages, adjoining each looked after It. Mr. Stanley was on his
wood and mother Mrs. C. A. Ellenwood left, Wednesday, for Jacksonville and other in North Tltusvllle, with an acre 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate way from Jensen to New York and '

-Mr. and Mrs. T. Ii. Allen and son, of Daytona, Mrs. F. R. McMillan, Philadelphia Macon, to spend about fifteen days ere of hammock and five acres of rich muck for rue office of Registration Officer, wanted to get home ss fast 'as possible. ". l
who had been spending the winter at Miss J. A. Klee, Brooklyn N. going direct home. Mr. aDd Mrs. Prlndle Und, suitable for truck farm. Good subject to the primary on May 10th, and

Hobe Sound, arrived at Titusvllle, Fri. Y., Mr. F B. Cullen, Grand Rapids, said they were very much pleased with river front. The larger cottage /has three I earnestly solicit your votes.

day last, on board their fine schooner, Mich. I Tltusvllle Its people and the climate sleeping rooms and a servant's room upstairs Your. truly The Park Cottage.

the Mallard\ en route to their other winter Senator J. E..Broome, candidate for and they hope to return here next win ; and a parlor sitting room dining J. J.. CAKRvTn :RII. I
home at Oak Hill and anchored off ter. Of late Mr. Prlnde filled In part ----- -- r
the the office of secretary of stale; General room and kitchen below. Tim adjoining West I'alm Beach, Fla., situated on I
> Indian River hotel. Owing to strong Allen Thomas, candidate for adjutant of his time hauling In fish from Indian cottage has two sleeping rooms and POSTOFFICE CLOSED. lake front, adjoining) City Park. Travel, ., )r,

winds| they stayed here until Sunday, general Mr. C. Clay Crawford, candidate River and made quite fish record. He i and servant's room In second story and log men and others will find this a cool,
when they hoisted sail, said good.bye to for; secretary of state; and Mr. W. is taking home wl>h him the skin of a sitting room. dining room and. kltchlngbolow. comfortable place to stop during the )

ntusvllle and sailed gaily onwards. N. Sheats candidate for state superintendent 701 lib. saw.fisb rattlesnake and wild catkins Large brick cisterns to both The postofllce authorities Washing summer months. Good table service. .:"

in a couple of weeks or so the above 0/ public Instruction; also Mr. a fine bird dog, etc. houses.!' Adapted for a nice winter ton have ordered the postoflice at Bovine MKS. IDA IL. HATS, Prop.
genial l
party win leave for their home In were home. to be discontinued.Are -
F. S. Sams of New :Smyrna: among
Mr.Brooklyn N. Y., and later will Ill to the pleasant callers at the ADVOCATE Shoe Itepalrlng. Prices $2,500: for the entire property. Cleaning and I'renslnjf.
: Allen's summer place at Meddy- sanctum on Saturday. They made an Terms, $1,000! cash, $ ,fJ1JI) on mortgage
imps North? -
Going
Maine. We acknowledge a pleas- of this office and said It was at H per cent. You
,
ant Inspection All work done up-to-date. Call and '
call. I do aH kinds of boot and shoe repairIng -
one of the neatest cleanest and beat Apply to GEt). M. Ronm.v, Andrew Gibson at the Parlor \
offices they had visited and do not forget It. Opposite Jas. 4-fit Tltusvllle Fla. tDo see me. '
Blacksmith looking printing Pritcbard: Son. ANDREW GIHKOW.Tltusvllle not fall to get your tickets via the Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. _
and Machine Shop. In Florida. Fla. popular Clyde Line, from the agent --- J
Hockledge Indian River,
C. II. WALToN, PHOTOGRAPH ENLARGING. II.
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Works Blacksmith Wheelwright/ Machine tiardner'a. Flyers. -Land for Sale. Tltusvllle Fla. Brantley. of Altoona, Fla., has appointed t
and Horse done in first- ----- of Tltusvllle .
Shoeing Miss\ Ester ,
Has and Lowery
claaC I' one of the most attractive
style. W. H. SWATS A: Co. bent stocked stores along the East. Coast For Sale at Ueorglaiia, Florida. local agent for the Consolidated

Agency Wanamaker: Brown Suits $15. Choice ,C and 10 sere lots on the PenInsular of Florida. You can find everythingyou ... Portrait and Frame Co., of Chicago./
DrayUitf.Dr FOR SATURDAY MORXIXO OSLTtMennens' between Waveland and Bewails need at this store. All kinds of fine All orders given her for the enlarging

Borated Talcum, 2 baa 3'xs.: Point, fronting on both Indian and :St. groceries and western meats. 15 acres Improved Und centrally boated of photographs and framing of pictures

> Coats Thread B. A: W., 6 spools :!4c. Lucle rivers. Also Improved places, and Particular attention paid to the needsof frontage of 11 rods on Indian River. will be promptly attended to, i
I jIng or hauling alii I Inds prompt Sro Apron Gingham flio. neat three-room unfurnished cottage to yachtsmen: and cruising parties. Contains tine young orange grove In and work: guaranteed. Miss Lowery &
ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove Special ttlc.CHA C. U. Address T. II. CHAMBERS: will be found at her home at Sunbeam -
Wood for 1.10 Mosquito Canopies, rent. Apply to RACKT, OKO.: N. HATCH, Prop. bearing. ,
sale at all times. Waveland Fla. Jtocldedge 11m Georgians Fla. In suburbs of Tltusvllle.
E. H. HOLTK TitaniUS.t A. GABDXEB, Tltusvllle, Fla. 7my Barton Ave., .

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ANIMALS WITH HANDS. now to open wine you bare no difficulty Irving'Buchu Wafer 1 I An Aggravating Cough Cured.A -

In keeping the bottle''s neck clean. The are a t roe remedy for all Kidney Disease COSTLY LANTERNS. DO YOU GET UP
customer of oars who had, been
.... .. custom therefore. Is a formality' In from Iu
U ( the Paws In Oo.veFlas most simple form-pain In the That
from for six r..... ..
a
suffering severe cough : The Fmmer Lmp .
Fwd to ta. Mo.tk.Kangarra. America. In Italy though; It I Is a real back, to la worst and very dangerous months, bought two bottle of Chamberlain' Coaxlictar teed to Carry. WITH A LAME BACK ?

use their bands very necessity for over there they pour a condition-Bright* DUeaae. We meanIt Cough Remedy from us and was Modern bun driven
railroading the
relidlly to hold food In and to put It to little oil In the neck of their bottles of when we say they will cure you,' and entirely cured by one and a half bottles lantern Kidney: Trouble Dukes You

their mouths. As their fore legs are M native wine before corking on the we would not say It If we had not confidence of It. It gives perfect satisfaction with passenger conductor'a almost Miserable.

ground that this makes the In tbem, which U the direct result our trade.-El tie Parker &Co. Line- out of ue. Yearn ago the pride of a Almost
abort that they have to browN In a wine airtight ay *- : everybody who reads the
stooping position! they seem pleated No doubt It does but It also In of that our knowledge/ of tbelr cures In villa Ala. For sale by all druggists and passenger conductor was his lantern papers U sure to know of the wonderful new.
cases seemed almost Sold
hopeless. medicine dealers.Children Tben tbe cars were not no brilliantly
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when able to secure a large buncb of some cases given to the first glass from at Elk a box by Red Cross Pharmacy. Illuminated as they lire now. and tbe Ii--1i cures made by Dr

cabbage or other vegetable provender the bottle a decidedly oily flavor. There -* tv*>...... Kilmer's Swamp-Root

and to hold It In their hands to eat. fore the first glass the host gallantly Some curious experiments have been ticket taker wu obliged to carry bin the great kidney, liver
'I Woald HaveWalked T light on hIs left arm In order to see the and bladder
Sometimes the young kangaroo lookIng take*. -Philadelphia Record made at one of the royal philanthropic _4' remedy.
They tell this in the commls-
story pasteboards u* he passed through the It Is the great medical
out of the pouch, catches one or loner Institutions In Copenhagen. For some
office at Ellis island: dimly lighted car triumph of the
nine-
two of the leaves which the old one HE WON THE AUDIENCE. Two Irish Immigrants just arrived years back the seventy boys and girls I I At one time the conductors IndulgedIn teenth century: discovered

Crops, and the pair may be seen each In tbe place have been carefully weighed after
stood one the government
morning/ on considerable extravagance In the 1 years of
nibbling at the salad held In their The War Fred 000..... Got tho Bent landing at work every tiny In groups\ of !fifteen and un- II scientific research by
dredger
watching n a matter of lanterns. Some of them were
bands one BO to speak, "one floor" of Captain Kfnders. few yards. uwoy. Presently a diver der. Thereby It Is proved that the children gold and silver plated. The Dr. Kilmer the emi

above the other. In "Alice In Wonder- The Inexhaustible sense of humor in full from gain weight mostly In autumn upper part _- nent kidney and bladder -
rigged: crawled painfully the of tbe glass globe was colored blue, and --
land" the lizard Is always making Frederick Douglass kept him clear of channel nnd In the early part of December. specialist, and Is
ullrmt' up n ladder to the deckof the name of the owner wan cut in old wonderfully successful In
slate and then to rub any sense of gloom From that time till tbe end of promptly curing
notes on a trying as was neyer better the April lame
tliodOne; of the Irishmen English letters. At the meetings of the back kidney, bladder, uric acid
them out with his seen than on the famous there Is scarcely Increase trou-
again fingers. Many once occasion much hIs any in weight. bles andBrlghfs Disease
very H'trprlaud, turned to companion Conductors' association manufacturers which Is the
lizards' feet are so like hands that It when the notorious Isaiah Ryndors und ..-ild More remarkable still there Is a diminution form of kidney trouble. worst
: would -
Is rather surprising that they are only' of New York, at the bead of a "Look l fl tit; the end of summer arrange a grout display of costly Dr. Kilmer's Swamp.Root Is
u' used for running and climbing. But mob, bad interrupted an antislavery If IM known the way over I'd which the meeting would be held. for every thing but If you have kidney .

that Is the main purpose to which meeting, captured the platform placed liver or bladder trouble It will be found
walked Irving liticlm Waferscure
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too !'WJI'k Tribune Some of the conceits In the I
lizards apply them. The slow delib- himself In tbe chair and bidden the lights were Just the remedy you need. It has been tested
Urine. Backache Rheuma- unique, and the prices:; rouged from I In so
erate clasping and unclasping of achameleon's meeting proceed. Douglass was speak Scalding ; $2."i: many ways In hospital work In private
California Prune Wafers. tism, Nervousness, LOBS of Flesh feedl- to ten times that figure. The glasa and : practice! among the helpless too poor to
feet look like the movements ing and nothing loath, made Ms speech purchase -
ment In the Ktmal Diabetes relief and has
Urine Calculi -
plating were kept In a highly polished proved so successful
In
, which the hands of sleep- only keener and keener for tbe Interference
a
Purely vegetable they are nature'sproduct and all Kidney troubles, Including state and none dared to meddle with every case that a special arrangement has

walker might make were be trying to ; wearing around the would be and should be In every house Brigbt'a Disease. They are purely a this part of the ticket been made by which all readers of this paper

creep down the banisters. The chame chairman's head a wreath of delicate hold. They cure constipation and all vegetable compound and act directly on puncher's equipment who have not already tried It, may have a

leon' are almost deformed bands, yet sarcasm which carried the audience disorders of the stomach liver and i, the weakoned tissues and blood vessels sample bottle sent free by mall also a book

they have a certain superficial resemblance with It. while the duller wits of the bowels. 100 wafers 25o.; Red Cross of the kidney and urinary organs. Soldat Conductors still carry their own lanterns telling more about Swamp-Root and how to

to the feet of the parrots, which burly despot could hardly follow him. Pharmacy, Tltusvllle, Fla. 5Uc a box, by Red Cross Pharmacy -that 1s. they are on the train find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble,
ready for use-but there is nothlnir like When writing mention readlmrthi.
more than other birds use the foot for Knowing only In a general WilY that he --- ---- -- ----- --- ----- g n_._. genera us
the need of them that formerly existed offer in this-paper and
many of the purposes of. "hand when wan being dissected Ityndcrs at last I ANNOUNCEMENTS.Under FISH AND GAME WARDEN. send address '
1 Chicago Tribune. your tot, .
feeding. exclaimed "What you abolitionistswant 1 hereby announce myself a* a candidate for Dr. Kilmer&Co.BingSi'' iu

Tp see many of the smaller rodents- to do !Is to cut all our throats!" the ofllce of Fish and Game Warden, subject to hamton. N, Y. The n o
the action of the democratic primary to lie held
ground squirrels' prairie dogs and marmots "Oh, no." replied Douglass in his most thin: head' will appear the announce- May 10th. T. A.1tOBiNSON.: California Prune Wafers. regular fifty cent and Hom.... "am-Roo&.

-hold their food usually In both dulcet tones; "we would only cut your mennt of candidates for the various I State and Cure liver diseases and all stomach dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists

paws, Is to learn a lesson In the dexterous hair" And. bending over the shaggy County The adage otllie*.for Insertion of announcementFrom MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD. tronbles; they act gently: but surely,

of hands without .thumbs. now until the primaries, are over will be strengthen the bowels and stimulate
use and bead
of the
frowzy flowery tyrant, .OO. an exception,however, being made. \ In the' eu many friend of A.J. Carter, of Tnrabull, them: to healthy action. 100 wafers 21>0. BURNING
Rats and mice do not, as a rule, he gave a suggestive motion ns of scissors case of those who seek election us County: Com- have or1llember to become a candidate for the I Red Cross Pharmacy Tltusville. THE YULE LOG.
,
"clinch" what they hold, but merely to his thumb and forefinger with miHHlnners or Members of the County Hoard of office of Brevard School Hoard for
Public Instruction who will be charged '::1.10.or / the First District,and he solicit*the support of The Custom One of Ancient Orlvlii.Tli .
support It In their paws, the move- a professional politeness that Instantly one half the regular rate. all his friend. at the coming primary on May jut arum In London. .
Yule Cundle.
ments much less human than It In. to be dtetinctly understood that no an- loth. MAY vcnKita.To .
being brought down the house friend and Now i')4 n particularly opportune time
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nouncement will be Inserted without being paid The custom of burning a large log
they appear. Nothing more readily suggest foe. while Rynders quitted the chair In for In advance,an we have learned tram experience for the American fruit grower to establish -
the momentary Impression that wrath and the meeting dissolved Itself that this Is the only I safe rule. the Democratic Voters of lirevaril County I n 1 bl 1.: trade with: Knjcland. That of wood which Is known us the Yule
I respectful announce candidacy for Member log Is very ancient In Its origin. All
a pretty little monkey Is remotely "a amid general laughter. It was a more of Hoard of Fnbllo Instruction my from the 2nd country bun recently been swept by

man and a brother" than when he cheerful conclusion perhaps tbnn that FOR COUNTY JUDGE. district at the coining democratic primary, and several very severe storms which were through the middle ages every farmhouse -
solicit the confidence and of fellow cottage and castle! in
support my England
stretches out his neat little palm fingers stormier ono-not unknown! In reformatory To the Democratic Voters of Brevard< County: citizen. K. K.!: MIMS. unusually destructive to fruit trees.
burned
and thumb, and with all the movements conventions-with which Shake Having been honored by the voters of Brevard< Tbe present crop is absolutely ruined, its Yule log upon the hearth,
with the otttce of I the log being dragged In with much
county County Judge, now
proper to the civilized mode of of'"a ends hla "Ex while the injury done to the trees Is
speare no tk MH-S. come before you again soliciting your support To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County i .
greeting Insists on shaking bands. But eunt flp'it.ug.; Thoiuus Weutworthnigglnson for re election,subject to the primary to, be hehi t respectfully announce myself a* a candid its such that it will be u number of yearn ceremony.At

no one feels In the least inclined to In Atlantic.Warrant .nay loth. nominated and elected I will endeavor for Member: ol'tbe Hoard of r'ubllo Instructionfrom before they will uguln produce n normal YuletlrJe when the great log flamed
continue In the of the dutiesof
to discharge
the Second lstrlot at the democratic primary In chlmneyplece and laugh and jest
grasp the clawed digits of any of the said. office with fidelity to the pimple.: May loth, and will appreciate the supportof output. As u result of these con i went round.

rodents which use their paws to bold Every Bottle.If A. I>; PENNEY, the democratic voter. G. F. KNStY. dltlons American fruit hits been selling I
The word "Yule" Itself seems to be
food. Tbey are only "holders," not troubled with rheumatism (five like the proverbial hot cakes. The "
derived from the Anglo-Saxon "Geol.
band-London Spectator C li 11 m be Halo's Pain Balm trial. It will CLERK OF THE: CIIVUIT COURT. To the Democrat of Brevard County t price paid at the auction sales in Lon
; meaning December. Earlier still the
not cost you acent If It does no good.: To the Democratic Vote of Brevard County I respectfully) announce myself a* a candidatefor don is from 15:: to 3U per cent higher

A GRASSHOPPER RACE. One application will relieve the pain. It I h-r-b> aunotiiioi>iiiiir' as candidate for Member (.1 the Hoard of Public I Instructionfrom : than usually obtains and the demand Yule or midwinter, feast Is seen In Its
also cures sprains and bruises In one- the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court at the I Third District at the democratic primary, most flourishing state among the Norse
democratic primary, to be bale May 10, 19('.. and Mav 10th, and will appreciate, the support of the is still insatlated. Considerable Cal!
.clear Won It Hecaaae the Pro- third the time required by any other will appreciate your support. I taxpayer.and voter W. D. EDWARDS: fornla fruit has been received chiefly men, who commemorated the fiery sun

tfmmor Got the Wrong HoU... treatment. Cuts, burns frostbites, Yours respectfully., Jensen Fla wheel with 11 mighty feust. They be-
In the side and A. A. STEWAhT. pears uud I plums New York Bartlett
quinsy pains chest lieved
that during the twelve nights
.John W.
Mackay was an early riser, pears are also on the market and getting '
glandular and other swellings are
quIckly -
hard FOR COUNTY COMIM88IONER from Dec 25 to Jun. ti they could trace
worker and although exceedingly cured by applying It. Ever bottle a good price. There Is said to be
hospitable was himself abstemious To My Fellow Citizens of Bravard County I I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the actual movement of their great
warranted. and sale for the sale of
Price: BOo, For a splendid opportunity
election Commissioner for the Flnt
Yielding to the wishes of citizens In dlf- a. County I. Odin or Odhlnn the god of storms,
and could seldom be Induced to by all druggists and medicine dealers. 'erent parts of the county,many 1 hereby annonnnenyielf District subject to the action of the democratic our apples the crop of which is quite
primary May 10, 1_. '\.I. H.MAUMAN.. and other deified beings on the earth.
play curds for and then for
money, ------- as a candidate oiliceof the clerkof abundant in most of the tipple glow-
only nominal stakes. The onty the circuit court In the coming prlmaly election slutell-Aml'l'lcan Gardening. The Yule log, with Its cheery blaze,
game log
:
and solicit all the votes of all
that seemed to attract him was the who can conscientiously earnestly support me. To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County I comes'to us across the centuries as a

"grasshopper races" with which the B. It. WILSON. I hereby announce myself a. candidate for Opaac dim memory of the fires lit to celebrate
County Commissioner. from the First District,
the of the his north-
setting out sun on
mining superintendents on the Comstock subject to the democratic primary. election May oofd '
lures a In 24 hours. A modern
TAX.ASSESSOR.I lOtb, ward Journey toward the light and
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beguiled a portion of the noon G" IteepeaWH.E: WALKER. Remedy for I.nOrlppe. InfliienznCnngha, warmth
of
bour while waiting for luncheon at the hereby announce myself a candidate for the 8rooohllls. More Throat Neuralgia and summer.
office of TAX Assessor, and If elected, wl Yule
give I A large candle known ns the
Savage company hoisting house toys the tbe best service possible. Rheumatism. Finely vegetable, easy
county very
To the Demooratlo Voter of Brevard County. candle used also to light the Christmas!
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caught grasshoppers and sold them to Yours respectfully, and pleasant to take and never falls to
W. It. BANDERS. Appreciating* your support and confidence m eve festivities. It was a bud omen If
five quirk relief Ot MHO Is u amall olioc-
tbe players at 25 to BO cents each. Each the peat, and feeling that hays faithfully dls-
late coated tablet And in sold 2.;; the candle burned out before'the even
player paid a fixed stake, ranging from charged: the duties imposed upon me, I hereby ut. o n
bM To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County l announce myself... a candidate. for re electionfor box. Her! Cross) Pharmacy, Til usvllle.. ing was nt un ond.-Detroit Free! Tress.
$1 to $20 Into the pool, and the man t + County Coti,mlHSloner of the Becond District

whose hopper made the longest jump M At the re'lue.tofa large number of my, friends. and ask your united sUIfort|: at the primary. -- -- -- --------- ----- ---- .-----'------
I hereby announce myself us a candidate for the respectfully.'
captured the pool. On the day before a >qy iftloe of Tax Assessor for Brovard. county, sub- J. R. M10T.
j ect to the action of the.neniocr, tlo prlmay to be I
Christmas It was agreed to celebrate + held May IU, I1HH. If elected I will fulfill tbe

that holiday with a pool the stakes In lutlea of the ortlue to the bent of my ability To the Democratic Voter or Brevard County t '

which were to be $100 for each player. Yours respectfully J. F. Si,ITCH EM.. I hereby offer myself a* a candidate for rom Frank Clark
mlasloner ,
from the Third District, subject to
Tho terms and
at
were "play or
pay the primary May 10, rah>" ,
the Instance of a German professor JOHN HOUSTON.
1 9+1
candidate for Tax:
I hereby announce myself a
who win a superintendent of a leading Assessorof Brevard< county and respectfully so- I

mine each man was allowed to use any loit the support and votes of all democrats at To the Voters of Brevard County: CANDIDATE I
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b held 10,111114.Respectfully.. .
the primary to J May
means that lie might devise to stimulate The friend of R. A. Conkllnjr announce him Ii

his grasshopper.! The professorwas w. A. VARMEK. for County Commissionerfrom'thinl: District, FOR
subject to the tleiuooraUo primary. a j
so full of his scheme to sclen- CONGRESSFROM

tlfically capture the $1,000 pool-for To the Democratic Voters of Bra*ard County I <
To the Democratic Voters of Brevard
there were ten entries-that be communicated I hereby announce myself a candidate for tax sHaving ap. ; w THE
assessor and respectfully ask the supnort of allluiocratlo been urged by many voters, and taxpayers
It to a young assayer who was of my friends In the cowing prl- to become a oomlldato for re-elpcuon' I

not a grasshopper plunger. The professor mrry. Mesiicctfully' lirretiy announce myself as a candidate for Second Disrtrict
P. A. Mf'MILLAN.: County Commissioner, from the 4th Disrrlot,subject '' .
hud experimented ascertain to the action of the democratic primary of

ed 'that a grasshopper that was touched of May 10. 10U4. 1 will appreciate the support ofall
democrat. JOHN C. JONK8.
FUR SHERIFF of Florida
by a feather dipped a weak solution -

of aqua ammonia would jump for To the Voters at the Democratic Primary ,

hIs life. The I respectfully announce myself as a candidatefor To the Voters of Brevard County:
also
young limit expI'I'Imentl'd. Solicit Your Vote and Supports
.. would
nomination to the office Sheriff.and
C. M. BROWN In compliance with the expressed wish of
and ns a result he filled a bottle thank y< u all for your support, at the primary, ninny of the voters of lirevard county I offer s the Democratic Primary
of the Hiiino size and appearance :May 10,1M. B.c.lfuu, ly I :\ollr., myself for the office of County Coetnulssloner\ lor
.
J. BROWX. the Io'nllrthIMtrlct for the ... If I
The People' Candidate for ensuing > "
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with cyanide of potassium and managed -
am elected 1 will use my best endeavor to carryon
to substitute It for the other iu OOVETCNOR OF FLORIDA. FOR COLLECTOR. the business of the countv, honestly and air ON FOLLOWING PRINCIPLES
ly. 1 respectfully solicit your votes and luliuenco. :
the professor's: laboratory. The! next To the Democratic Voters of rirevard County Kesptcifullvours..

day, when the professor after much 1 hereby announce nivself *s a candidate tot JOHN H. WYNN.

boasting about hU scientific attain 56 YEARS A CITIZEN OF the 0111" of rax rollvotnr or Brevard County,
subject to the action of the democratic primaryto
ments dipped a feather In the substituted !- THIS STATE.A lie held May 10, UNVI. 1 earnestly solicit the The taxpnyrrs of the Fifth District. hereby announce
bottle nntl touched bid Insect withIt support of all my friends. J F. Bell as candidate for the office of Opposition to the Trusts.
E. 'V. HALL County CoimulMloner from the Firth District,
the grasshopper! rolled over ns! dead subject to the action of the demorrstln primary

as a suit mackerel, amid the roars/ of volt VRO8KCUTINO ATTORNEY.To : to be held May 10, lIMN TAXPAYERS. Favors Income Tax.

the crowd. Mnckay's hopper won the Soldier Under General B. E. the Democratic Voters of Brevard County Perfection Inter-State Commerce Commission.Federal"

big pool, and two widows, whom husbands Lee from First to Last Day. At the solicitation of many friends. I have FOR STATE 8EVATOU.: .

had been killed In the Yellow flnallv decided to become a coudldate for the of- hereby announce myself a* a candidate, at Aid for Good Roads.
Ice of Prosecuting! Attorney for this county at the approaching primary election, for the ilenutcratlc '
Jacket mine, received a gift of $;;00 the next.. democratic. primary. I respectfully so- nomination, for mare Heuator.' from the

each! from an unknown source.-San home your support, YoureG.uuA, Thirteenth. Senatorial District ol Florida.F. Duty on Egyptian Cotton.
Francisco Call. Carrie. four "Yankee" bullets FROST, M. HUDSON,Tibbale, Fla.

a. a gentle reminder of Rural Mail Delivery.
To My Democratic Friends I herehy announce myself a* a candidate for

WHY WINE FIRST TO HOST.In that great bloody struggle Yielding to the urgent request aeandl.late of many for.roterv the of-, Mate 10th. -Ind.Senator ask, subject for the support to the primaries of all my of friendsIn :May Ample Appropriations Suwannee River.
myself as
I now announce
America at Mere Formality, bat In Ice 01 11t....cutlng Attorney for this county, subnet. Dde>and lirevard Your counties reetectfnllT' Military Park at Olustee.
Italy a Meal Necessity to the action of the democratic primary tohe M. 8. SAMS.:
held on the loth day of May imvt. and solicit
The wino was opened dextrously by TUB FRIEND 01'TIIE your kind support. It".crnll'l I IAI. --
the waiter who before serving the UOLlI8\1lTH.: FOR REPRESENTATIVE.To ;?ri3rTfryijri7rr9rr ttigr
PEOPLE.
guests poured ,a few drops Into the the Democratic1 Voters of Brevard County t -- -
host's FOR SUPERINTENDENT-OK: 1'UBUC INBTRfCTION. I hereby offer myself before the democratic
glass.
primary aa a candidate for Kepmentative In lOLEn: ONEYAm TAR fOIEY IDDNEYC1mEfcAU4N.
"Why did this waiter give you a lit the next legislature., rlecten 1 pledge myself ,
tle wine before I hereby announce myself as a candidate for In all respects to support the will of ere people ., cafe. earn So ey.lcac_ "* |V' ",, J(1tf"y,, und madden wlghl
helping the rest of us? HIS PHATFOBM. the otttceof Superintendent of lliblto Instruo- and to serve Brevard cnuntvto. the best of my .
asked of ...bjtat to the decision CLAUDE -- -- --- ----- - - -- ----- --
a man curious mind. lon for Brevard oonnty ability. OLMSfKAU.

done."Oh."" said the host, "that's always The farming and laboringmen of tb.d.nocr.tloprim.rj.ixTo 1L WALKER. e STATE ATTORNEY. IF YOU WANT A...

his fliat constJeratlon. -
"I know It's always done. That does respectfully,announce my candlnacy" for the
lObe Democrat of Bravard County position of Stale Attorney of the Seventh Jn-
not answer my question, though Here GOOD \VAffE3 FOB: HONEST candidate for Cou.ty Superintendentof total Circuit of Florida subject to. democratic.
waiter" the Ulan persisted, "you tell Being i'ab .nn"lotloo.l.ollcl a the influence of nomination on May 1O 1O". offer and pledge .Building Lot
WORK. .
of tbe dutiesof
administration
and the votes of the men. In primary a clean ant fearless ..
me why when you open a bottle of the ladle May 10th. If nominated I promise to I tie above honorable office, and raspectfnll'solicit
.iMtlon. .
wine a few faithful and obedient servant. tbe support' of the elector*of the SeventhJudicial .
you pour drops Into thehOlt" LIBERAL: PENSIONS. L1V- bit. In fact jour Circuit! :of Flurlda.

glass before serving the guests." oral School POLICY. The Pri J, E. FeLTZ- JOHN C. JONES, Orlando,ria. or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,

The waiter smiled and answer'.. COUNTY SURVEYOR. LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE
The :Railroad Commie. FOR ,
"It's a matter of form, sir; an old mary.
hereby announce myself, a* candidate for I hereby respectfully announce myself a.* a PINEAPPLE
custom a politeness. Its origin lies Ion. Hard :Boads. :Economical I PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN.
In ... *office for candidate far the oMc of State' Attorney of
the fact that after tbe removal of the Administration. Paymentof B revardconnnthj, and respectfully solicitr the the Seventh Judicial Circuit, subject to the We probably hare for sale Just what you are seeking.
and support of democrats at the owning action of the democratic primary.
cork there might be left In the neck of yotee May .OUI. Yoe.. ", CECIL O. &'I?.Orlando, Fla. Settlers
+ the bottle a little dust or a few specks the State Debts. Regulationof : primarle.on" J.U)'IUES. are flockIng In but still there Is room. If yon are

of cork. The first drop poured out Criminal Corporation and .BTATK COHKITr 3lEY.I looking this way drop a line to

would In that event contain the dust or Trusts FOR COUNTY TREASURER hereby offer myself for re-election a*Memberof '. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rdVice-Pre.ldent.ILORIDA

the cork, and thus the guest were be To M,rrlend. the State Executive Committee for who Bmardaonntv. .
and solicit the vets of those are
& served first might get this refuse; hence A MAN O7 DKEJJ8. kindlY al the.primary** TOUT eleopon,14y County U.WHS ..-.TTMW- Mttaded with my action on lbs present oooualv EAST COAST R'Y,

'the ho.t 1 Ie given the first drops. orer, You.. ere.Iy, ***" '
HENRY W. J. TCCKIB. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
"As a matter of fact U 7Q.U09W

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Professional Cards. OSTRICH A HOMEMADE SLEIGH. Deafness Cannot Ue Cured SPENCER'S EAR PLUGS.

: ;? :::: LOGIC. -- by local applications, as they cannot
M. BOBBINS II Can !>. Constructed at Small R*. The n.''J' (he Great ....lIo..h... Ills It's 1
reach the dloeased portion of the ear.
GEO. r Jt'tf peace and Aa ai...re>rai Well. Illiiixplf nt Small Talk. '
dance r "n Thatt there There Is I to Deafness
ostrich only ODe cure
logic way -'Yt'JlrlO
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the .
Jlc.vs. AND COUNSELOR of the In dome parts of the country there U MKO. sjiys Wllliniu H. Hnil
ATTORNEY
which hides its bead and that is by constitutional remedies.
and its son In (he
exposes: seldom sufficient snow to justify the CrlbI1I1'I'It.11I1 Hovlew.
AT-LAW. body to the hunter. There Unafoesa I la caused by an Intlamed eou- \
'fulDr.' few people who seem to have are not a average farmer la buying and keepinga dltloa of the mucous lining of the Bus "Ilerhprt Spi-nci-r found unit the -f- I

Will practice In State and United State the ostrich to learn logic. The gone moat to high priced RlelghJ; Yet when there tachlan Tube. When this tube gets inflamed feet of following ordinary coavcrmttlonbpcuiiK I'

'or. Court. dangerous enemies of humanity are thican't does come sleighing It It Is only for a you have a rumbling sound or > frwiiifiitly UH> much for liliu. :
enemies which be imperfect hearing and when It is entireI Hut lie, IlkiHl to hit\.> pooplu about him For
vey seea, the diseasewhich '
Office at TrnrsviLLE, FLA. few days, be nestle one or at least bid
, breeding microbes infect the I closed Deafness Is the result, and unless to watch the piny of cxpivMnlou ou their
blood. It ia harder boys do and then It la too late to buy Inllitmmatlon oi"u be taken faces !
df- to f** the microbe out to feel! that, I bough/ lio! t' >uld Dot
ie1(5.- L. GAULDEN, out of the blood than to keep it out, but even If he so desired, as every sleigh and this tube restored to Its normal condition hlmsrlf share much in the uierrlnieut. .

( D. Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery la In use. In view of this, a Farm, bearing will bo destroyed forever' ; be was as It wore u part of the normal ..

Of ATTORNEY-AT-LAW does both,by purifying Field and Fireside correspondent tells nine oases of ten are canned by catarrh, I and healthy social world. For

by ; the blood the boy how to make one themselvesat vtblch Is nothing but an Inll.tiucd Condition this
nfc Will practice! la all the Courts of the State woe and then keeping; little exp'n..e.. of the muooua.ulfaoos. 'Ve will miMon he objecte! to withdrawal

id- ot Florida,and tbe Doited States Courts. / it pare. (la give One Hundred Dollars for any case Into solitude. nnd evolved, a plan by.
The first cut shows homemade
Is I. U Box.235. TITUaVIIXJC FLA. If there are : of Deafness (caused by catarrh) hat cannot which he might secure the! partial lm>- You! 1' I
farm ;
sleigh constructed In the work
nga' eruptions on the b. cured by Hall's[ Catarrh Cure. latloii whli-Ii lie iv.iulrtHl.) Hit had a

) J. WEBB kin, boils pim Send for circulars free F. J. Cheoney circular spring\ made to go round! the

rstnd L r, plea sores or other *< Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists! 73o; I back of bin liond, and this carried purls ,, I.
signs of impure Hall's Family rill are the best .
: I which fitted tlrmly upon the ears effectively
C- A TTORNEY-A T-LA WId blood use Doctor ,I,
i domlenliii the noise nbout .
Pierce's ,
f'
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th -Z' Golden ','" 'II
.. I 11 Medical Discovery SHELLFISH LANGUAGE. hint iiuil reducing the! "I'I'luulllllll "' !
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-re.ldentll e ;ter -
which will chatter to a lucre hum. I have often It .

lIe ed and rents and accounts collected. .--*L' .*"- .'_ '- purify the blooderuptions ('....... Clleklnis; IICln...'. Heard oat seen him, stretched at I length upon ills DRINK ''f/J/
,
ir- TITOSVILLK, FLORIDA.In and cure the the Water at Mitht. couch follow with apparent Interestthe

which come from it. Most seamen will tell of curious clicking .
gossip over the afternoon tea
as \ PENNEY, ..My blood... >ll out of order, sad I hud to RO sounds heard ou 1'1111nll1'blll\ at sea up to n certain point and then reach-cups
AD. to the doctor," wrtlei Mr*. Jane R.
,era London. SI..ly' C.." N C. "H.ge ve 11I"0.me medt New. and, the origin of the noise seems so altogether Ing under his |>IIK>\\'. drew forth and :f

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW tine which: helped me. for a short time. In the uiiaccouutabUi that It has often adjust the Inltt rIllllI'nl. thus suddenlydetaching
winter of f
1895 gnt worn than I had seer been.
ak
My tom.il. were. enlarged and my neck awollen created some alarm among SIpl'oetltlous hliiim-lf from his environ
to TITOSVILLK FLORIDA II out of ahape throat : .
;
my waa are and I could fishermen.
ment. The effect of this. moveuuentwith
not cure It. \ly hu.tmnd went. for the doctor d'J d
e. frt
Will practice in all the courts of the 7th but he. gae me no encouragement.. H. helped A distinguished! naturalist\ made a comparative I Htriingers was always _
us me a little but It did .ot I..t Ion A UOMBUADB BX.KIOH.
He
attended
careful of the sounds
Judicial Circuit. me fur twelve. month. when I heard of study : on many to cause nit Intrant cessation of
wh... condition a lady shop at n cost of $t.r>0. The second occasions and found that it
we.llke mine, who... taking < was not a tIle conversation lint this was precise,*
your medicine and wan (>ttina: wen Bo I cut shows the arrangement of thebrnees
ae-
but
sustained note made of multi jf
J A. FROST, cured .umeof the medicine and: began taking it. up a ly what SpeuetT did not wish..Jo on
G. In one week. I..... able to domycookinr. When and other parts. Two pieces of tude of tiny one, each clear\ and distinct talking,' he would xcliiliu, with u

.. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, a I began few. mlnutea taking fit the a time medicine,and.I I could could rent ail up or aleep only. one-bnlf Inch (thr *e-<]uarters of an Inch; In itself and ranging from a hlgb quizzical look 'I cnn't hear what you

,
only little while at a time My throat wa no on the outside) pipe eight feet six treble down to a bass. When the ear are saying 1 you know! "
_- Will practice In all the Courts of the7th| ore at time I could not even, nwmllow ......et Inches long are bent the desired shape was applied to the gunwale of the bout r THE GREAT
milk, and tuv ton.(. were full of little. rating I
Judicial Circuit. sore,. Mr. left aide was swollen out of shape for runners. Four pieces of three- the sound grew more Intense, and in "IT'A TICD-A. TRtmrWOKTIir' U ICNTUC.I .
Md I could hardly breath. The doctor eighths Inch pipe are cut five Inches the I I man or lady In ....'h mmiity to iiianaK' HEALTH DRINK. ; ,
TixusviLiJt, FLOKIDA.O. well. nomo places ns bout moved on it
aid I would not get bat three bottlM of business. for an nlil"ol"lIlI"h..1 liiiiMciuCsollil
Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery, three long for the lower part of tbe uprights. could not be heard at all. nnan ial stanillnff. A straight\ Luna. nils
"I. bottleaof hia 'Pellets,' three bottl...of 0,. 8 A. FROST. WADE H. Catarrh and the. of sounds resembled dlrnut ,
!: JONES Remedy uae aalt water did da*' with ail expenses train ,luiAiliiiiartors.ianny :
the work and cured me." to fit over the top of the runner. the tolling of bells the booming of :\ B'lvaniwil for eximmii.. rniilims: ailrlmsiiuil "IN THE GOOD

''g It pROST& JONES, Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con- 'l'hn'lulll are cut on the other ends guns and the notes of an ii-oMan harp. ellv lol"" Manager, Ul.) O"xtun ltldg! I

II e atipation and its consequences. and tees are screwed Into each pleoe. For a long time ho was unable to Chh'.oFLORIDA'S OLD SUMMER TIME" 1' t'!f II"

REAL ESTATE AND --- .. Next four worn pieces lire cnt seven
, INSURANCE, ----- ---- -- ---- trace the cause, but at length llscov

Id Loans and Collections. fOLIYSIiONiYAN TAR Inches' long, anti ono end of each isthrendel crud that the sound, were made by FAMOUS GAINS:: t ;
,
and screwed Into the tees shellfish hundreds of them opening! :

Li. TITUSviLIK FLORIDA. Cure Colder Prevents Pneumonia thus. forming four rods twelve Incites their shells and closing them with

'b'G. long for the uprights. sharp snaps. The noise partly muffled

A. WORLEY. R. 11. SEYAIOUR.t rviiilliiur .llnntiriIn Winter. One-quarter Inch holes are drilled by the water, sounded, Indescribablyweird. ChlcaKO& Florida Limited"ST. I .
In winter I aim to haul
' ii'ually manure
Into each Inches
runner twenty-seven!
. & SEYMOUR He was finally It'tto the conclusion .
WORr.EY once or twice it week depend;: from the rear end and another three that as the shellfish made the

somewhat on the weather onyx u Hit feet three Inches from thette. The uprights sounds they probably had some meanIng AUl USTINF, JACKSONVILLE,
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Do
''e .
.. rnl I'W'OI'kpr writer. There I 1M more are bolted to two 1% by 4 inch and that the clicks might possibly to CIIICAOO and ST. LOUIS:! delicious refreshing
a general practice In State and Federal time to do It. the ground H utumHy! nol oak scantling two feet six Inches long. M ETTO ,
be!
n warning of danger when the shallow
Ie Courts. Special attention This train Is niwrateil" over tile shortest llnstmtwiHiii
given Id. and If the spring and suimnoi\ .' boverutfo made from
Four Inch rods then rlpo"Saw '
three-eighths are "
to admiralty water was disturbed by tho bout. He. Autrlfl"llttt| Jacksonville, practice.
IS
should lie dry the manure Etprcad In cut eighteen Inches long, threaded on amid ttt LiinU, and aironis the qulnkmt. siihnilulilbyitmiiljT .
e. FKISHKLL BUILDING, MIAMI FI.A. winter will two ho"... Tnlmetto Berries Absolutely free
not burn the crop. On level I the end gad bent the desired .shape, as .
la | land and enpeMully I nod l. I think the Thin train Is the standard "f pnrrnul. Ion in usesengororvlne from r
shown In the second cut after whl.'hthey letnlolol1ll1nrmtul drugs. Metto
. | .,oinmlHtlnicor I'ullnuui,, V..tll..le.1lrawhIKr..o. I '
CTEPUEN E. FOSTER, lost U very Blight are screwed Into the tees on the, ..., HluupuiK,Cuminrtniunt| I'hning
to Men OLI aJli Utmnrvallnil t'ars: stimulates tho Liver, (Hushes the Kidneys j
uprights and bolted to the crossplecrs. t

'e ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW; Notice. It no dies are lit hand this upright Leaves St6Augilstfne7u90a.to.t,: ) Jankminvills., acts directly on the bladder
It H:4(1( a. in. Arrive(.litcsge, 4:10: p. '".; Ht laure.., i
Dyal-Upchurch Building, Jax. could be made In one piece and thebraces 1 :M: j p. lib
-0- Makes these organs perform their functions j
bolted to It.
i.I.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. THE CIRCUIT TOUrtT IX AND FOR .
IN Brevard County Florida. Four old rake teeth are bent the desired j
"-,. Timbers of oak keep the old "The Dixie Flyer" In a natural way thereby keeping jI
John R. Mint John Jones. shape and fastened to the crosspieces -
John R. Walker C. I
-as NS. BURNHAM, M. D. 11 At Ccnkling and .1. .... Hull as and In their and runners to prevent the uprights homestead standing[ throughthe JACKSONVILLE to CHICAGO and the system In perfect and healthy con '
rapacity .as. County Comuilpaloners of lirevnnl.
i County, Florida, moving endways. Two pieces! 1 It to use the ST. LOUIS dition.
SURGEON and. SPECIALIST, vsMargaret' by IMi Inches by 5 feet 6 Inches long a years. pays I
d Uoocta. Pullman/ Vmtlhutait Drswlnir-rooni. Sleeping
Ear, Nose and Throat. are bolted to the top of the croMplecofl. right stuff. Camf' mill Janksnnvllla. M To Margaret Goode and, toall persons Interested .- A three-eighths Inch rod as lung ll'tlurn, Macon, Atlanta Chattanui>ga,(Look
e WKST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. in or Imvt 1 ff lien npnn. the. following liencrlheil Men of oak" in out Mountain)and Nashville.. I I
"property to wit that. tract of I land I lying is the shafts. are wide Is fattened to arc men II
IfI In Krevanl/ Klurlda to watt Cninmmin. leave. J."k..nIII"L. UtOft"p.in. Arrive('hlosan'
county the end of the sleigh and braced.
f InK; where the north line of the northestquarter| front rugged health, men whose BID.: .. 11I.1| Ht. 1.0"1..1 a. m. the swoonil moriiliiu. I
D R. HOUOHTOVSFLOATING of the northwest quarterof Portion. llT<,wnftliliJ88 | with quarter Inch rods bent so one endAItRANORMENT : For Sleeping on runnrvatlons for elihnr the -Sold I
I : Rang\ 3? K!:, InleriwotH the waterof Indian. Bodies are made of the soundest alcove. trains ..r any oilier Infoiiiiatloii, writ or by- II
'. River run thence west slang: north lute. of said call on I
DENTAL APARTMENTS mentioned. quarter some. lOchulna) to the we. materials. Red Cross
flue\ of Bald. quarter; thence, run south along the / K. j. WALKER ria. r.... A *nt. Pharmacy
on the "Centos ulKlivlnlon line chains. .. to the .umithwent. 0".- NashvilleChattsmummgs.'k. St. Louis Ky, j
1 tier of the snutliHant quarter| .of the northwest. Childhood is the time to lav 311 West rosy Ht JarksnnTlll/ Ma Tltusvlllo, Fla.
quarter nt a..ld Heutlon 11. thence. run east on I
s Now!AT DAYTOXA. the .subdivision line lnchalns. thence run north I the foundation for a sturdy constitution -- -- .. -- .- -- -- -" -- --- j
'.. l2'I';' chains. thence east IH ohxlns. sore or less t.o

F. E. BUCK, the the: "waters water eilfce of Indian northwentorlv River thence to the inoamlerlnic point of that will last for years. Lee &
Bryant
lwglnnug.xceptingatnit\ twoscrea belonging t
to It W. ftooile. Scott's Emulsion is the right ,
'4 Stockton & Budil, BuIldlncrF,. IaID.St., You are hereby notified, to be and appear In
. the. Circuit Court In and for llrevanl. county stuff. ASHEV1LLE, N. c.
,.. Jacksonville. Rooms< 15, 1J( 17. Floridaat the rlerk'a ounce upon; rule day.. In j
the Otb dar of June A. D. lixvt to I
.June. being
DENTIST. I show whoa, interest you have In the above d.....- I I Scott's Emulsion stimulates o-oE1orn1: OO.tXI..tXI.:1ss:1C: : : : >:E1 Morohant.: : : j ,
' I crll>ed land and to ahowcauae why W feet right t
: Crown and BrldgeWork: of way for a publln road. should. not be taken the growing powers of children, WE SOLICIT SHIPMENTS OK" -
over "aid land I .aa preyed In the Plaintiff. petition

.: JIljtt.-c la811 Plate Porcelain work. Inlays, the use tiled of In I the thin rialntlTas canne( .In the a right Clerk's of way office."fur for a OF UKACEtt helps them build a firm =:: ''UXTS do TTJzsorTzsTCWK: : A.I3x.EJS.::

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.. public road, i lor else be forever barred. will extend through the shaft Iron into
foundation for
consti.!
Ordered at the ('I.k'. office at Tltn.vlle) a sturdy : !MAKE\ : I'UOMPT RETURNS.
IOlETSIIONEYANDTAR: Florida thl the 13th day, of April A. I). HIM. the end of the pipe, while the other end
: (Seal ('t. Ct.) A. A. PTBWAhT, of the rod Is bolted to the top footboard tution.I fIC..IUllCl'I'XII Battery Park' Bunk, Aslievlllo, N. 0.; hank nf Henclersonvllle, Her

. tops tho cough stsacl !>..!.lm.tf. D L,. (.OAULDR.V Clerk Circuit Court. The sleigh bed is made from the lumber I dersonvllle, N. 0.1 i Dunn nnd Ilrndslroot Commercial Agencies.'MAsbNM.CxAth .

. Att', for Complainant. BJune-dt from boot boxes. and can be formedIn Bond for frs>. ..m le. -

.. any style desired.A SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists. '

,. Application for Divorce sleigh) constructed! in this way Is 40g- 115 pearl Street, New York. : : 'r

light will run easy and last a long ,
"' '
. time 00. en '''' lsts. _

, IN CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB. SEVENTH: -- -- 110 Murray Htreet and 100 West ,Street, NEW YORK.
, Judicial l Circuit of Florida Krevard County
, In. Chancery International Live Stock Show IBlCsl W s SS "'

. Annie.Neal I 1va Bill For Divorce. The handsome steer Silver Crown
Seeds Fruit Produce Commission Merchant.SPECIALTIES
, George Neill. fed and exhibited by the Iowa Agricultural and
It spMsaring by the Hill of Complaint,exhibited For Health .
cost mor.-y lel4 more5v and: flied' In said raune, and: the aflldavlt" of college, was the) winner In tbe Try
..n."pelm.nUnj- omplalnant's solicitor that tbe whereabouts of Shorthorn class of fat cattle at the recent -
live discppolntments. clyear. l I. known, that comilaiuaiit'a -
defendant,Oeorne Neal not ) : :
live stock
the St.nderd Seeds.Sold aollotor has. lined all mean In his Chicago exposition. ,
by .11 4..1.... 1904 rower to rind mid. defendant. and that ha baa Challenger the champion fat steer of 2132 South Peoria St.,
free,
Seed Annual po.lp.14 >eei' > absent for more than sixty (tIfJ) day next 1IJO3 at the recent international dhow ILL. Ot. 7 1902. Florida Pineapples) ) Oranges Grapefruit
CHICAGO
t to .11 .pp'lc.nts. preeedmgtheappricatlnu, for order olpubliratlun .- ,
D. M. FERRY A CO.. that aid defendant was a resident of this was fed by the Nebraska experiment I Eight months ego I was so ill

i Detroit. Mlch. county and atate. station; weight 1.13l.oul1ds; breeding that I was compelled to lie or sit
I Beans V
That: he Is over the agent\ twenty-one year and Extra Early and egetabl s. '
hat there la no person within the state of Florida' one-fourth holstein, one-fourth down nearly all the time.! My

--. --- -. the service of aiubpoenanpon whom would bind< Hhorthorii and one-half Hereford. stomach was ao weak and upset ... .. .. -.. .. .. -- '

The Largest and Most Com. said Now defendant.von, the..said George Neal be and appear In Its. comments ou the recent International that I could keep nothing, on it
I before the Judge, / of our Court on the ind .day of and I vomited frequently. I
the Ruhlznan Co.
National Stockman says P. &
mete Establishment South. May, A. I. I'KH.! said day being the first Monday. could l not urinate without great : :
In said month to answer mid. Bill of Complaint. draft horse exhibit has probably never pain and I conn bed so much that

GEO S HACKER & SON or a. decree and. the prooonfeano complainant' will will be be entered allowed/ attaint to pro-' before been equaled. my throat ana lung were raw 2111 I Washington itt )t NEW TOHK.

r\:\ exparte with: said. cauae.t io4nl authorities) .say that some of tbIxMt and iore. The doctors pronounced U3 )J"rrlly8tre.t. ( N. Y.
It I I..* further ordered that this. notice be pub- stock ever seen on tbls continent it Bright' disease, and
COAT A DYOCAT_, a. ,' -
lihed In t' e ET newt'Ib
published/ In aald county once a week. for was exhibited nt the International. others said it WM consumption.It .
four consecutive weeks from tbe time of the There was n tine showing of regliiter \ mattered little to me whatthy
F filing or this lillt. called. it and I had no de-
Oranges Pineapples
honorable S..Tnnm, I'erclieron horses.
I Witness the Minor Judgeof visited
!
sire to live. A sinter me
tbe seal. of said court In ,
and on|
said court and of
f The shows of hogs sheep were
I court In Ttt vllle, Florida. this aota day of from St. Louis and aikml me ifI (
.Un.mA.UKM.! not extensive, but good especially in tad ever tried Wine of Carilul.I .

J.... MI'I"Judge R Jogaa tlrcuCutin.: the latter. told hrt I bad not and she and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
(Ct. Ct. Real)
F.J. Wise Hollctor for Complainant. -- bought a bottl*. I believe that ;

w What HiM-terla Ar*. I saved my life. I LeHne many represent several of the largest shippers ID your (State, and wish to representyou br

Kucterlu are plants. Although they Women eoiiM save much sulTorIng -

:Master: Sale. were formerly clitMxcd ns animals. It lit if they but knew of iU value. also.. Give us a trial Nhlpmont. Established 3D years. 'Ir' i,.

now universally conceded that they are i -

plants. They are single celled and of
!: AXI BY V1KTUB OF A DECREK!: 'UJIUK\lJt Isp,.
UNDER., "" and aale. btsued not of the I simple. strurtnre, being composed almost I .
-- ---- --
MANUFACTURERS OF Circuit Court: of Hrevard. County. Florida, InChancery I entirely of protoplasm. They dlf j i, ff_
.. Xltli, A. \0. '.
Doors Sash Blinds 111I011. In acaesetherein, beating/ dale' ,ln.lins DHoember/. T'lw'..*.. Aaron : fer from higher plant In thnt they contain j II Don't you want free-inrn from M. Lane & Son [I
..
.
A. I" complainant, ant F. Kiee I ",> chloruptiyl. (green coloring matter i i
and b"/n..."* .., II, Klce.sre/ defendanM. I pain? Take Yi inn of I'a/Jui f ,
In front. of tbe Court: Hniiftnl. ). They re <>mfcle more closely for
will offer for .al"\ fore to
Mcnlding & Material awl make .
Building door at Tltn'vlllH. "n.Monday, the 2nd 'lay of yeast and molds.< There are pinny dtfferwit one uprcmr
the |-ir.l hours, "f sale. to hbleheatandbet .. t.e I to ,( WASHINGTON YORK
Mav. I'M" diirln." arletl" of bacteria. About \Sf*> writ. You do! n t nf- e 2. ) STIIKKT: NEW
Office hnlder. r..r cuh. all he follow.ing I
A Warerooms King opposite
( described land. lyinK In Mrevwd County, : different' binds have been Isolated and I' a vtsak, helpless. l'lr.' : r. Y r"l )

Cannon StreetCharleston Florida,and dnu-rilmi a< follows, to wit: !' ..ntndlrd\ and new varieties arc b' rid; can bar a woman N !L' .a'.l Southern Fruit and Produce
(W W feet west of the
a point
S. C. lnoingat | '.
snug east agtwr of Bl.I lc 4, of the town of found every day. llncterlu un- vcymnull. doa woman' uv.rK;;; 111' \ "T

Tic....."' .. Florida, thence (o west 9'1.1.\ fact{ being Invlslbl to the naked ty not _Ute a .*,Ltl" 'if .. I of
'
thence north <'JIIIt feet, tbenca go east 154.4. ,
Sash Weights Cord apt feet. thSw tn. ito south brae/ feet. Said lot froet- It \vnaUl take aNxit I0.ixf average s'zad Cardul from "you dru;:rIt; today
r bug 11I4...., feet... Main "treet. and M.'JO: f et on rmctertu plated: end to end to make ? oro.tr:3.1cs1on.:: : Mrcha: : to.
and balnr a pare of Block 4 of
Lemon street
Hardware. aob> ''an Mrb In I i"II*tb, or It would t', :,"- I iniaut

I Wrlslw.wmap of ae1l l Aleck, 4.now on Ste In *. t.>").f,1) () tn a f'l1bt tn n-.i',''. :) WEr FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
If nv-e irf the el..k..r the Clreult Cnnrt of Braat !E'1 .RDUD
f Window and Fancy G13't .. County Shin. ,icas inns: enough tn b<' ftf'Ili with the I ,

A SPECIALTY. <;};;special V. jr. KonBN Muter: ,In. Cbaneery. u,' ,.1"'xij.... Mnyo aiul l.lu.ir'y.'.. t ttteDc\1.\ Cards and quotations' furnished on application. '\


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4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, APRIL 29. 1904..
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. '. POLITICAL SITUATION. J. JlBS. FRITCHABD, President; Vftti M. BBOWK, Vlo.Prealdell\'
DR. TUACIiEK'S W. S. BBAKlfIK6, Asst. Cashier. '

We desire to call the attention of; /

A WMUKfcY JOUBNAL DBTOTXD TO TH. DBTTBbOHIBJIT every voter to the strange fact that r Liver and Blood.Syrup INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

or TIE IHDIA KITH, L AU the "three friends," Stockton, Barrs
WOBTH A1TD BltOATVW BAYSBOTIOVSPUBLISHED and Broward-all three from .Jack. 'I / -- ,
sonville-want tbe three best oltHces COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
EVERY FBIOAT. in the gift of the people of Florida. C CURES BY REMOVING THE CAUSEA Authorized capital, $100,000

They have bloomed out as the A THttBB-FOLD REMEDY Aw./////* CIAILES H. WALTON. Editor & Publisher.DUcontlnaance pre 110..,......,... Ada r the Lh.raad KYao'a ... ,J '
servers of Florida. Since the time r- Average deposits, $t 50,000McMurray
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of advti. must be made per.eealty of Patrick Henry and the Declaration Purifies tho Blood. .
at thli office or by writing. of Independence have Transacts
we
Thousands have used this reliable remedy with perfect confidence and a General Banking
Uh.oaeta., be made payable to CBABI.UH. never heard of three more dittlnquished -
may success for t>2 years, because they know just what it contains.
WALTON,publisher.gr patriots. It Is simply marvelous The formula consists of Buchu, Hydrangea Mandrake, Yellow Dock t ";his. X I ; Business.
how they love the people ; Dandelion, Sarsaparilla, Gentian, Senna and Iodide of Potassium.
In writing/ t>>the ADVOCATE for Inform and while talk of Any doctor or drujjfist will tell }'ou.that. this is a scientific and reliable Largest and Oldest Bank
they monopoly on the Rider
will ,
Won n my kind the writer" oblige by enclose combination of great merit for all diseases having their origin in the Liver
Ing< a t mpel-a monopoly of all patriotism and the of that it foils to
the Countries.
i BO TON OFFIC5-Tnie EAST': COAST ADVOoTehasoponedenotfueatMNAtlentlcavenue BO perfected process manufacture never bringthe
welfare of the state. expected relief when taken according to directions.
on ton, which will be In charge of Air Claude the scurrilous attack in Thousands of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have written grate Patronage appreciated. Prompt service, polite
Why treatment,and favor
O.Walton. every conmlatrnt with
ful letter of thanks. SPRRD MIHBIBSIPPI,Oct. 17,190X w ervative tanking con
i- Broward's boo against Robt W. "I line suffered greatly with Indirection,constipation, also a severe liver trouble. lr t granted.CORnESPONDKJJTS
Addrei all communication* to Davis ? Why charge Davie with with loss!appetite Could not rent well.t night; in fact, bad no energy to work or even 1, t4, :
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. walk around. I felt like I was f.aeklng. heavy load and, was easily exhausted, until I li '1 fi' Phoenix National ,tank. K. Y.. Empire State
TirrssviLLB T&OBZDA.IT the Intent to steal land of the state look Dr.Thacher'a Liver ,which helped me almost from the first dose.When ( r T1uctCompany,N.V.Natlonal Bank of jack-
I had taken one n'dn one-half bottle I lelt like a different man and I knew that tl wnvlileJackaunvllle, Fla.
-- and give it to corporations, when it wa due entirely to your medicine. I tiled in all three bottle,.nd consider myself '
Broward well knows that the entire perfectly cured. At this time my, appetite. U good, I sleep well, and. feel strong/ and .C1TTJ SVILLIJ, FLA..
refreshed on arising tbe morn II & T.I. SPEKU.
B. Department of Agriculture state officers, to-wit : Secretary of r, Von ...i.AramrMlMn. ,,,",. today for a JV" ample bottle and "Dr.
Weather llureau Fla.Thefollowingl.a State with 2'1o."r'III'.aUIo. Davit." (Nve tytnntnmi for ad",,,.. H e.""1"ty auk you, to try U
Jupiter Treasurer
Comptroller, aout* -pea,,. W."nout wha'It..,Ill clo. JLt druffgUtm. &0 mntt and 100.
comparative statement the Governor are necessary. to dispose Thacher Medicine Co.. Chattanooga Tenn. & Baker
of state land. Besides
of temperature and rainfall for tbe any ,
weekending Tuesday.April. 10, 1904 these land matters are now..in the

-10041003- courts and courts alone must decide ]Door and: : Window: Fra.DLos.: 401.414 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
DATB. MAX. MIN. MAX.: MIN. them. If anybody is to blameit

20 84 70 85 00 Is past legislation.Can We are making hundreds of frames every month for the leading contractorsand -Makers and Jobbers of-
21 89 70 82 68 honest people endorse such 'e' should make them for you. W, do It cheaper and better.

22 23 80 70 71 72 7 78 0 61 00 political unfairness as this ? Do Our latest Improvement is Yehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

24 78 08 74 63 not Stockton and Barrs endorse BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLEYS, ,

25 79 08 70 04 Broward ? Are not these men And you should Insist on getting these In your frames.
26 80 63 81 611: promoting When you have any building: to do, write Saddlery Rubber Tires.
Total rainfall for the week: 0.03 i their own advantage under '
EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY
Departure from normal rainfall for the the color of the public good ? Why General office EAU FLA., First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
week: minus 00.01 Inches. Departurefrom do these three GALLIE
men falsely charge -Y"rds at TItusville, Eau Oallle\ Fort Pierce and West Palm BeachTHE .
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rainfall ------------------------- -------- -- ---
normal since 1
January that every newspaper that happensto n n_______
minus 1.58 Inches.
HAL. P. HAKDIN, Observer. differ with them are"eubsidized"? TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
Why do they falsely claim that -
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-- Senator Taliaferro has secured an f- /-J drrr

For United States Senator, appropriation for Miami for the r Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

VOTE FOR benefit of Mr. Flagler'a road only ? ,

Any fool kni>wa that the U. S. government *
JAMES P. TALIAFERKO
can not and will not. make Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick
Paving ;.....
is of its ,
Whose name commonly pronounced any appropriation: on any

as if 'it was spelled waters for any private use, and that Offices foot ot Hogan Street Jacksonville. Florida.] Telephone No. 262.
the waters are free to everybodyfor
"
"TOLIVER. navigation. .J. K. MUNNERLYX, General Manager.

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G'\n men be trusted who will thus + ..
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jac-4
POLITICS are getting hotter make false charges ? If they are i
everyday r } The Oldest Established Grain and Seed Uoune in the State.
as the time for .primary ,, trying to fool the people with such

approaches. rot as this, can we believe them in AYAirltfl e

other matters ? Wm.: -A. Sours: : CSC OO.
,, ;cNrl.e =
REMEMBER the candidateswho
county ----- - -

are asking for your vote, have PRIMARY ELECTION.The GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
,
,
their announcements on our 2nd

page. Election read the day I is drawingnear primary election U close at Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers

so announcements hand, and it behooves us to keep
carefully. cool and level headed. his strange epyt, 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.

-- .- that in these political contests Ages, for farina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.

JUDGE PARKER has the advantage many-votere get wrought up and -- .- -
of all other candidates for tba
more excited than they would even v + +
/ 3r fd 63o Btltf 4!st'J al3aK { .
democratic nomination for the think of doing about their own -J

Presidency, in that he has no business. Let us not be 'carried :
enemies. That is the kind of '
man away by passion or prejudice, but Seed Potatoes.SPAULDING'S
that could unite the democracy.WHAT cast our vote from a |calm surveyor ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

the situation. Let not the restless .

talking politics a lot of 1 time If politician is wasted. ambition. of artful men lead us ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING I'' I ROSE No. 4 $3.25 Bbl. I II

astray.As BLISS TRIUMPH, $3.00 u
would devote as much time and between brother democrat, NEATLY CHEAPLY and EXP iDITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE I I'I'l
energy to their own business affairsas such a furious contest as Is now l l HEBRON, $2,75" I II

they do to get into what they raging is unwise, Now some one is I Garden and Field Seeds.

think is a "fat ofllce," millionairesin responsible for this state of affairs higher otlicprs are concerned. The Individual Itrondwny'n light By nod by they I I II 3L*. O.A. .B.C>JSr. SooClSDL.nn.: : I

the United States would be moreplentiful is it not the ungovernable ambitionof men however, may be bribed turned Into a .quiet Aide street.! She I 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville I Fla.
than they are a few who have stirred strife occasionally For Instance, If I were mounted the t 'im leading to a dim
up _
brownstone apartment home"' shook out
to walk the Grower
by falsehood, detraction.Jcalumny on gruss In the her I 81 Igls f.7 tl tltB. li [ s+i+y !tWANEmnAY
gnrton and a policeman caught we at keys and hurried to her room.
THE appeal which Judge Parker anti misrepresentations ? It 1 would give\ him a murk or two Ther" were no matches'' and IttlJe rang

would carry to independent voters ...--- ---.-.-- and Unit would end the mutter."-Philadelphia "o>>!......- .".-----
1 is suggested by his steadiness, hU THE bill recently introduced by Loil/tter. Toniyrve been bidden to her weddins' -,' -- -: -
equanimity, his faultless life the Assemblyman Gardner, of New but I'm not going. -- -

sincerity of his friendships, the I York state, provides that larceny of BOYS WARNED OH CITIES. Dick-Hut your abllt'lI'P111 surrlj-

genuineness of his democracy, and 'domestic fowl or poultry, in the Indium School. Olllrlnl Urge! Tb.n> lie !lothI"110 thut1Toni1Vell.\ you think you run afford Co

the contact into which his experience I night time, from any building, shed, to Star: on Furnm."The when yon can't afford tnliuvo
has brought him with large coop or enclosed premises, la made farmer boy of northern Indiana your presents noticed your ah-
public questions, which he has considered punishable by imprisonment not to should beware of Chicago." nonce Is hop..rll tI\'I'-Philadelphia Press.

in a judicial atmosphereand exceed two years or fine not to exceed This la cue of the statements In an d1,

with a corresponding judicial $.iOO) or both. This is rather official bulletin which in being: Bent to \-to..r. It !Should! Itegin.

temper. tAN hard on the poor negro, who i Ii so teachers all over Indiana by the state lint why ilo yon have your her -ORANGE B x C EUAL
fond chicken marry In the first ('chapter they nslcc l
of pie.DRESDEN board of Instruction In attempt
-- ---- public an .. "
s IiiTiiuti'. rppll"d the author "it linalways
ofllclal h been to stem the tide ot emigration;
flagman
ap. ----- ----- womed absurd to me ton.l ,.
pointed at the World's Fair. The POLICE. of tarsier boys. to the great cities of novel Just where n m:1: II'* trouble, rcnl

duties of the office will he to dictate the? country nays un Indianapolis dispatch I ly bivrln.: That's whore you ,should !be

the official Hag etiquette for the exposition They Are Permitted to In.po... Small to the ClilcuKO Tribune. jln ,
,
to see to the proper placIng Fines on OfftMidrri.Ono The state board determined' on Its

: and arrangement of the flags of advantage accrues to the respecs action after receiving' statistics showIng \Vh..-n a man tells you that all\ won L1.I:1o.: : 3OXXXOXX"fc:: : :, :E1:0.: ,
the various nations the buildings, table member of the community from .estimates of the number of boy <'ii it lV'' delusion ninl "Ill"""'. It's dorr '
to superintend their removal the minuteness with which the Dresden who have deserted the farm for the city nets to fudjre he hay helm snared l h y i'i Weight and Quality Guaranteed -
every police look Into the affairs of every delusionrvwlilnir' ""'nb
during the Ut few years. It believesthe
night and float them ---
every morning.Over Inhabitant of the city. If he is u careful vitality of the stute Is being sapped ----

1,000 different liege, repre. man and always curries papers and will at once begin crusade to All kinds of Agricultural Implements. Agents
sentlng the different nations, will which may serve to establish his identity top the movement. F. A. LOSLEY, FOR THETHE

be used on the buildings. he In practically linmuue from the "Too many boys from the farm. are -.A.OIWJ: :: : :F.LbftI30W-:
Indignity of being arrested and march'd seeking openings In Chicago, St. Louis THE BREWERY SALOON.
off to the police station unless lu- and the other largo clUes of the west," 610 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. r /rrx
ONE of the
: strides in
greatest recent deed\ he commit some especially heinous the bulletin continued. "Personal In- .-Imported and Domestic
years toward improving the crime. Dues ho drive faster than vestiKutlona have brought to light the fJ)
o
public health has just been made .the law Ill'rwltloe.. be cross a bridgeon tact that tbree-fourtlis of the boys who Wines Liquors & Cigars
by the agricultural department.An the left hand side, he Is stopped by; have tulgrnted to the cities in the last ; s:
of the the guardian of law and order and reMUeatPd been Vmsuccensful in Renowned Busch ..;
expert department has Ave yearn have The World Anheuser| :::= ::7. .r ...,
discovered that typhoid fever, malarial to give his name. It he has their undertakings many having been Brewing Aisoclatlon's Famous H :-:: r BCca. :
fever and mosquitoes can be his papers with hln/ the policeman may forced almost Into the unemployed I Beers on draught.East < '-> O. .
then and there Impose a flue ,of from ClUMS." :a ==
1 exterminated absolutely. Success i Coast friends be sore to call on me 0
ful 1 to 3 marks If then be admits that The bulletin then specifies Chicagoand -\ c:
experiments have been madeat when tn Jacksonville
he Is in the wrong and pays the fine deprecates the fact that that city
the water supply of New York the Incident Is closed If, however he III drawing all the boys from the farms P
city. It has been discovered thata wishes to appeal from the policeman's 111, the northern part of the state and THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,.
II
well known solution will\ exterminate decision he may do so. Even In that continues:

typhoid germs In drinking cane he U. not arrested but a day or "It will be a sad day for our national Brewing Asso's. ::I !' aITM. r .
water destroy malarial germs in two Inter he Is notified to appear in life when all our ;young men farmers 1
stagnant pools and marshy places court and answer to the charge. against come to town when the small well
and destroy mosquitoes. It can be him. nut then If be In found guilty cultivated homesteads give way to big ramou St.Louie Keg sad Bottled GEO. H. FERNALD HARDWARE CO.

prepared at practically no the lowest flue that can be Imposedis landed estates" JJeer Sanford, Florida.
cost. It
is the Bordeaux mixture 3 murks. That this custom of permitting The teachers In all tbe public schools Sold by M e.n.7.A.Lesley sad -
a prepa- the policeman personally to 1mpo 9t the country are urged to use all the K.L.Motlnw.Tl&ulYlJI..1a. ---
ration of copper sulphate lime and understood by In their power to make their '
IlttU
'e small fines U ; Influence
By Mr.R.X.HoUow Cocoa,TU. & 3ara
water.: Only experts should use foreigners Is shown by; a remark madeto pupils familiar with the hardships of Hodges ,
this solution in drinking water, as me by a gentleman who had lived dty life and the few chances for themto JOSEPH ZAPF
fatal results might follow the at. In Germany; the greater part of Dig life get started In business In the great M.Manufacturers aDd DeaJen'ln...

temps of inexperienced: persons to and In Dresden for a number of year centers of Industry They are also Sole Agent. RoD nd CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
"
purify water and destroy the fever In reply to my Inquiry a. to whether urged to make their schoolroom busy
where the nobility. Jt
t germs. But one part of the solution there was ever any question of corruption workshops honest ,,010 to 820 West Bay Street Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates, Mouldings,Shingles, etc.
is used to 10,000,000 parts of In the police department h. re. toll mar be taughtDo Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Writ.ns for price delivered
water. plied: 101l11lbacrlh for the ADVOCATE? JACKSONVILLE, FLA. to any part of the State. Addreu: Hodges .A: O'llira, Buffalo Bluff Fla.
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I.h-5': ;: ::- Melbourne. Eau -Gallie. mEOW RELIABLE 1VI. ..:IR JBJR<>S..

Subscriptions for the AI>VOCATK,
the paper of the East Coast will be G. DE ORA98K BCHUYI-RR, M. D.-Tel"jtral'b
::tL.zct..X"Y"or : rece fink at the Melbourne Postoffle.RmMnn office open all night. tau Oalll, Florida.It WHOLESALE GROCERS


DRINK IS FOUNDIN W OOODE.-Real Estates Notary I* reported that One beef was servedat I I'I
r A GOOD fubllo ecu ( oneyar. Agent for JKtnt, _
Liverpool and Londoniund the barbecue on Tuesday last. Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner
Qlotw,mil Hartfor.l 1tt _,'r- "J1
Fire Innur..i.t .
paid to tie. tuMraai o rnmpanlea.ot nonroildeuts.DR 8perl attention. A party of twenty-one Eau Gallle citizens & ,
visited the Beach, on Sunday.
j HALIFAX
OLD KwnlilenoB L. A. l'EEK-PHvalcu., ASO BDROBO The launch Idler -was In Eau Gallie on 1 Bay and Julia St ., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 4
Melbourne. At Eau GallU) every
afternoon. Saturday, having some slight repair

HOTEL JiELU.\.t"E-Jllelb."me. Florida. A done WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

RYE The Misses Florence and Bessie Hodg
liualtby winter renort un high: 1.ln. lanu over
'- .....kh1Illu.U..n. River. Kate*t *:ami upwanl son took a run to Cocoa on Tuesday, viaF.E.C.R'y. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
lier ilav.. 8wclnl| rates! per wm-k or .......011. '!
Write for rates to :Madam. E. M Campbell> Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Pea In season. ,i'
ITS TWELVE YEARS OLD -Manager,K. W. Camplieil,Proprietor. A number of the candidates for county solicit of Frult'andVeg0table ?
consignments
-AND- offices attended the plcnlo at this point 1:1'e
Some of EIUI Gallie'a young peoplewere on Tuesday last. --- -- 'I.

HITS THE SPOT In Melbourne last :Sunday.A : Ross!Her, the photographer, of Cocoa, T *' '

number of Molbourniies attended was In Eau Ualllo on Monday last, takIng ''I' --I\\ Lotus.Dr. .
e eEXPRESSPREAID the picnic at Eau Oailie on Tuesday last. views of the harbor.W. 1\\ I : '

4Jr'u.11Q'U.ar'ts: = Mr. Frank Gautier of Credent City T. Wells, Mrs. Wells and Miss Absolutely Puro. E. W. Caprou spent from
was a guest of the McBrIde house MDU- Guynne. were In Eau Gallle on Monday until Saturday at his pinery> at :

day.We last, calling on friend. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE The vegetable season I III

$4.20. are sorry to learn that Frank ItobortHon Porson Paddlson of Fort Pierce, paid except for tomatoes and a few i
-- U mill very 111 and all hope for hill Enu Gallle a flying visit, :Sunday: returning hers and squash.

-WE HAVE OTHERS .speedy reo very. by the afternoon train. South Rockledge.Mrs. A summer school will begin; : ,."

We are requested to annouuce that the' CaptBennet'n launch the Little Roches-. Monday, May the :Und, with
wm i TE us new county rood flora Molboume! to Mal. ter, is on Hodgson's ways this week, Geiger as toacher.

4 abar Is now open to the !public. being overhauled and painted. II. S. Williams was calling on D. Provost, the popular ( I .

J.J J.J WILLIAMS Mrs. IK.etHer and son, of Denver, Col.\ Eau Gallle harbor was filled with sail friends here, on Tuesday. merchant, and hU fatluir-ln t".:

who have !been rut-Ms( of Hotel Italluvue, and motor craft on Monday last. The J. S. Coats went to LaGrange, on Friday Bruese, of South Uookledue,
P. O. Box 401.JACXSONVILLE = lett on Wuduesday for points nouli. fishing fleet Is gathering for the sum to look after his !grove. ors to this place ou Sunday. 1

:, FLORIDA. = Mr. II. I'. Bowden, who loft lure lat mer's work. Mrs. Schuvler of Malabar, Is visiting Mrs. J. M. Samuels, who ,,\ :! I
Christmas f.,r .his new lioruu In the I,leot Dr. Holmes of City Point, was in Eau her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Bottler. erty here, and who has not
JTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTVJensen. Dominic. W. 1., IMS leturued t Melbourne Gallie on Monday, calling on Dr. SarahC. to Lotus In ten ynais, was
to live, not .having found a !butter Ilodgson. These two physicians are Miss A. A. Bristol spout the latter part urday looking over her '
=- ------ place.Dr.. of the same school of medicine. of last week with Mrs. :M. C. Salmon. anti.f.mIlY.moYlnl t
Mr. Geiger (
and Mrs. L. A. Peek, Miss Lillian The Spartan and lighter arrived on Mr. and Mrs. K.: M. Breeze spent Sunday Mr. Cbalkur and family \

Ferguson, Miss Agnes' Olbb, Mls.'tll4sle. Tuesday: with a load of lumber for the with Mr. and 1\1 rl. 0. D. Provost. their homo here, make quite I

Uoode and Ch.is. Ottlin, were uniong E. C. L. & S. Co. The vessel ahd tow Miss Cornelia !Magruder: has returned tion to Lotus, anti the summer ,
Little Emma Smith Is improving from those who attended the Eau Gallle ptcnio tinned as soon ns the cargo was die- to spend the summer with her parents, be so lonosome. f

revere **| ell of fever. on Tuesday last. charged. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Magruder.We Chas. Hatch, of Kockl,,(luo, \ 1

R. M. Hebbert Is on the sick lint, but Last week Mr. and Mrs. Green Rodes, B. F. Treat has his new house well under enjoyed the lecture Mrs. Plumb, Lotus on Sunday, In company H'
'8 boyd to soon see him out again.; Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Rodes and baby, the way. Messrs Ilalght; and Redsbour I of Georgiana; last Sunday, at the Itock- 'John A. Ftske. Mr. Klnko t :
of White City, was: visit- Misses Minta, Lucy, Amy and Ellio are ou the work. The house will be large ledge church. It was an able effort. for New York In A few \ I ,
Mrs. Dutton of Mrs.\ Rodes, and Mr. Seth: Rodes, said goodbye and comfortable, with outbuildings anda summer months. \ ,,.
log Jensen last week, the guest to their hosts of Melbourne friends. kitchen. Wagon loads of very line Irlidi potatoes
Poppol. have months Melbourne and onions are hall I".. to Cocoa, quite The ADVOCATE clioulates r
eighteen
Dr. C. C. Felgel, Dentist, will be in They and spent we regret to see them go; II.Capt., has his Robt.sloop Symmonds lying in of Eau the Mattie Gallle frequently, from J. F.Vootlo'a place. tensively there al'e"ou few Meriltt settlers Island who>> ,;,,

fort Pierce about May lat, and will remain but business In their Ylrglna home hal bor since his return from a pleasure Mrs. .T. K. Ilotchklns, daughter' of Edmund "come into the fold." ( ,
for about three weeks. calls them there. They hope to return trip south. The Captain will not KO: Day, accompanied by her aunt 'the ADVOOA Is cheap enough I

ID consequence of the burning of his next season. north 'till warmer weather Is reported.The Mrs. Brown, left for Seymour, Conn., ou ering slzmuid quality. (

big soap factory, John T. Stanley left The handsome launch Idler, leaves here Friday. _ \ ,
tbls
picnic at point on Tuesday
New York to-day, Thursday. this week for Boston from which port .
far attracted quite crowd of Bievard citizens A LIFE AT bTAKK.-If you but knew STOP l'r.-A neglected oouith
she to Melbourne last winter. On :
Superintendent of Public Instruction board came Mr. and Mrs. Chandler and from various points. A good time the splendid merit of Foley's Honey and may lead to serious bronchial .
K. E. Mime was here visiting the school three children are Mr. and Mrs. Kingman was enjoyed by all present. Judge Jones Tar: you would never be without It. A troubles. Don't hike !
this week, and looking after the Inter and \Mrs. Gamon., Capt. Sam Martin will of Titiisville, and other prominent citizens dose or two will prevent tin attack of Foley's Honey and Tar of.. '
cut of school work. were present. pneumonia la grippe. It may save security from !sorloim effect < >> '
have charge of the boat on her trip north.
Rod Cross Pharmacy.INSPECTORS .
The palatial houae.boatthe Everglades The best wishes of their Melbourne A party of ladles and gentlemen; came your life. Red Cross I'hsrmaoy.Georgiana. .

I. command of Capt. 1C. I). Iloke, left friends follow these charming people und, up to the picnic and barbecue on Tuesday -
the latter part of last week, for AnapolU. we look for their return next season.Makes lout in the launch Hauasoo! but arrived -: OF :
She will atop at Daytona and Jackson-: to late. Mr. and Mrs. Wells, Mrs. .-- I
Title, and thence by the inside route. a Clean Sweep. Mlday, Miss Spangler, Miss Mtday, Missuttynne recently I
The following were
Mrs. Hoke and her two children accom- ( and other were of the party. \ t
his home
Mr. Peck left, Tuesday, for Inspectors for the Primary
[ panted Capt. Iloke. There's nothing like doing a thing Eau: Gallle\ Is on the boom A number In Greene, N. Y. the JULIa of May)

The last candidates In town were M. thoroughly. Of all the Salves you ever of houses will be ereoted this summer, left here last I.. \
heard of, Bucklen'sArnica Salve Is the It was Carl Wlttfeld who 1st Precinct, LaGrange
and which will be for rent. This will
S. Sams, candidate for senator; supply Richard
best. It and cures burns. week with the party. .1. T. Feaster, .
away
Claude Olmstead, aspirant for the officeof sweeps a long felt want as houses were at a
representative. Tbe political pot is sores, bruises, cuts, bolls, Ulcers, skin premium In Eau: Galle, dining the summer A. I.. Bruner wife and daughter wentto Italian), Clerk. Tltusvllle C. A.
25o and 2nd Precinct, ,
and It's only
fever heat and /he suds fall eruptions piles. as well aa the winter season. Cocoa, Monday, returning same day.
bolllnu at guaianteed to give satisfaction by Ked I... A. I'rady, G. F. Duren, K. I
ing In every direction-and all among Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle.WALTON I Mrs. Plumb vUlted Mendamus Hughesand Clerk. t
democrats. What a pity there is no Tho many filends of G. II. Ilausan, I Bruner on Thursday last week, :an), Precinct, City Point, i

Larmony. ._ _ Engineer L. E. & W. R. R., at present dining with Mrs. Hughes .1. D. Hatter, John Ch"netlY,
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SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS. living in I.Imlwill be pleased to Chester, Clerk
IS BED FOUR WEEKS WITH LA Patented In all countries. Only: tackle know of his recovery from threatened Mrs. Hughes spent a very pleasant day 4th Product, Kookledgs, J
follow. block of the kind \la: the world. Fitted with AI rl. Clement and daughter, Mrs. M. :; \ !/
GRIPPE.-We have received the \kidney disease. He writes: "I was I., 1.. Woolen John :
lug letter, from Mr. Roy Kemp of Angola with the celebrated Vinton Roller cured. by using Foley's Kidney Cure, Conover, one day last week. 'olmHon, Clerk. | !

,, Ind. "1 wa. in bed tour weeks Bearer.. Useful In any place where which I recommend to all, especially The Misses Bond and their charming Oth I Precinct, Eaii (Gallic. F. ) ,
with U grippe, aud I tried many reml- hoisting Is done. With these blocksone trainmen, who are usually similarly af nieces, Misses Emily and Edna, left ott'l'uuttdtty .on, Frank, Shaw, (let,. I
die, and spent considerable for treatment man can do the work of two. liicted." Red Cross Pharmacy. for thelr.muminer home In Ken. :Scull: <;Iel k. I
>itli physicians, but I received no Thousands sold in the north Call on ha, WIs. (lib Preolncr. Melbourne,
relief until tried Folev' Honey and Tar and see them In working older at this Campbell, L. A. Peek, C. T.
Two am.ill bottles of thin medicine cured office, or tbe store of Jas. Pritchard & Rockledge.Major Mr. Conover and bis young brother In- /IJeo. Brown, Cleik.7th II'LORIDA.'I'\
Waldo Clement left last Tkuisdiiy"
law, ,
Son Tltusvllle. Malabar G. \
in Preclnot ,
mea d now I use It exclusively' my for New York. Mis. Clement and her .
family. Take n() .ub UtuteS. Red daughters, Mrs. Conover and Miss Catherine burn. F." A. Drake, W. P.

Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle.\ Melbourne Beach. C. I). Magruder killed a big ; and Allan Clement, accompanied Arnold 8th Pieclnct, Clerk. Sabnstlan,

rattlesnake at bio place, the first of the them as far as Cocoa. They stopped at'' M.' A. Paik. G,B. Hull, (leo. I '
week. Rockledge on their return home.
Fort Pierce. Admiral Gillls has had his Ocean. Clerk. II
View freshened up with a new Miss Edna HtllinK. of Daytona, Is visitIng The many friend of !\fr.. Handy, who Oth Precinct, Fort Pierce, A.
of cottage with Mime Bishop in North Cocoa, left here last week, will sympathise with W. P. Anders, J. A. '
The extremely coat paint. this week. "her In "her sad bereavement. When she Tyler, Clerk.flub .
political pot Is waxing of Eau Gallle, Eden W. H.
Captain A. Bennett arrived In Jacksonville she received a Precinct ,
hot Lewars after vUlt of
| at present.Mr. Mrs. II C. a several
the
to the Beach sudden deathof Waters Clarkit
brought a Urge party at Palm Beach returned on the telegram announcing the T. ,
.Hours,of Jacksonville, was a pleas- first of the week, In his large and commodious days train her mother. She then loft for Cincinnati h I'reclnot, Ft. Drum, II.
int visitor In town Tuesday. house-boat, liockester. noon on Sunday.E. !. the home of her mother, Instead of M. W Knight, (1. W. Drawtly, )
C. Kennedy succeeded J. R Atkins her home to Evanston Clerk.
the much time continuing journey
J } Mitchell has been In town Oliver Gibbssls spending
at the F. E. C. liy. pumping station. IlL 12th Precinct, Narrows. '
last lew days electioneering.Frank in labor on his new possession, and fast I
that It wouldbe Mr. Atkins goes to bt. Augustine. C. J. Reams, Wm. Reams,
prediction and Winnie made
for Eau fulfilling: our J. W. Bruner Miss a
Bell and Bert left fers'Clerk.lath .
son, one of the show places on Indian Mrs. R. K. Breck left, on Thursday business trip to Artesla. last Wednesday,
Gillie visit. Precinct Georgiana,
Monday, on a short River by another season. for Hreckvllle, Ohio, her" home, where and while there, they had the pleasureof feld: Chan. Provost, A. II.

The Eastern Star:! entertainment, last Mr. Beaujean's pineapples are In great she will spend the summer months. attending the It'iach-Tuten wedding, Hall,, Clnrk.14th)) ,

week, was a grand success in every way. 'demand those days. Winter visitors at Mr. aud Mrs. John A. Irwin aril and report a very pleasant time. The. Precinct, Merritt, T. I

Congratulations ro you, ladles I Melbourne and Melbourne Beach are all d.mifhter, Miss Lucy, left for their homo homo of the bride was beautifully' decorattnl which .1. IY.I Sams, M. :S HantN, D. : : :
Dr. C' C. Felgel, Dentist, will be In anxious to take home to their friends at Uuibiiry, Mans., on Saturday, last. and after the ceiemony- Cleik.15th.
Fort Pierce, about May let, and will rein pineapples that they have seeu growing.We was a very Impressive one-a most sumptuous Precinct, Canaveral; N.
Mills Anita Canova, of Palm Iteacb, Is supper wan served by tho e.good 1 "
iln for weeks. I Fiank WlUou, Henry
a about three know that It is no the of her Mr how do noy.
to
are glad visiting family relatives people, who know just to justice 1.;. Chandler: Clol k. |
Mrs. tirdner and Miss Moore left, longer a rumor but an "assured fact that and Mrs. Gen. Glngrass for short time. 1 on such a happy occasion. There was 1IIIt I Precinct, llaiilover, O.
I Saturday! for Charlotte. N. C. They there Is to be a new Carleton ready for only a few of the Immedlile. friends! and Clerk
lrUII.V. WaLton
will be greatly missed by their rainy the next season's tourists at Melbourne. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Kebrlng:, Miss relatives present. The next day the ( Tantle 8. I I
friends here.Arciuleacon. The prospects seem to be favorable for Ella Sloan. Miss I'olly Gregory and the charming bride and groom left for their I ITtli, Precinct, Walker Clerk.HHh 1
accommodation at the Beach for the Snbring children left for their home, at new home at Vero, whore the groom had Kaiilerson, ( eo. II. T. ) .
held services Precinct, Mlcco,
B. F. Brown ,
Sebrlng Ohio, Wednesday. of
home for the \
last Andiews church, last Monday overflow.We prepared: a cozy partner JitrirHOHen. C. H. Price, P. /
"sning, and on Tuesday morning ad- hear rumors of a new hotel at Eau Miss lone F. Major left Monday, forIlInoealoll. bill joys and sorrow aud trials and trib Clerk. ;

jnioiHteved the rites of Baptism to Miss Gallle to take I he place of the Grana.h.that ., Minn., having been hers ulations. 1\labYlood wishes for future :Jilth Precinct, Bnnysn. C. L. :
Catherine and Horatio Paston. was burned some time ago. We during the winter with the families of happiness and prosperity were showered J. R. lUgan, It. li. Stewart,
become a fact and that Asa Paine and Geo. E. Sebrlng.Mrs. upon the happy couple.A Clerk.
It may
Mrs I, Ifarbin,of Burgy-by-the-Sands:! hope Gallie may be ready for her share and Breck ttlst Precinct, White City, ; ;
Il that will be C. R. "
00 a visit to her son at Fort Pierce, left of rushing the madding southward crowd over the F. E. O. Ry. left for their New York borne on Sunday with- Thoughtful ?..lari.M. san liemlngderfer, Henry Larson Clerk,

for home, last Friday, after a most! enJoyable when the cold blasts of the north drive Mrs., after R. K.a Breck very, Mr pleasant*. I'arson's season mother, M. Austin of Winchester, Ind., 2Jnd: Precinct, Woodley,
visit of four months in our-sunny them to a more congenial climate. knew what to do I In the hour of need. II. T Gilford, G. Robert,
lime at :Sunshine: 'cottage. Ills wife bad such an unusual case of Clerk.

The Hon. C. M. Brown addressed the Great preparation are being made for stomach and liver trouble, physicians i'
Robbed The Grave.A of tbe usual May Day could not ber. Ue thought of and
People her. Saturday, and his eloquent the oOMervaoce help I'NEUMONI/V!: / AND LA :
peech was listened to by a large number startling Incident Is narrated by festival 1 at Cocoa, on Tuesday, May 2nd. tried. Dr. Kind' New- Life Pill*, and] she Coughs cured quickly by ,
of' 15Ople. Quite a number said It was 'John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows: Them will be games, music, speaking gut relief at once and was Anally cured. and Tar. Refuse .
by far the best of tho speaking held here "I was man awful condition. My skin and a dinner. Tbe gathering will be at Only :&; > at Red Cross Pharmacy.TITUSVILLE'S Cross Pharmacy. It i

thll' year. was almost yellow, eyes sunken tongue Oleander Point. ; \
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back and sides!
coated, pain continually Mr. Plumb, of Georgians, was the $ TRAINS. .. f
A. Great Sensation. no appetite, growing weaker day by day. guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Komlter over i Ff We cannot guarantee
Three physicians bad given me op.'l'h: o Sunday, and on Sunday morning at tbe Item that do not reach this.
There was a big sensation In Leeaville, I was advised to use Electric Bitters; to chapel delivered a very Interesting ad- The following are the times of arrival noon on Thursdays.
I"J.. first bottle made a decided and departure of-passenger trains to and
when \V.II. Brown of that place, my great; joy the dress to a very good sized congregation.
who l was. expected to die, had Ms life Improvement. I continued their Everyone present gave very Interested from THnsvllle:

J*ve4 by Dr. King' New Discovery forConaumption use for three weeks, and. am now & well of i attention to Mrs. Plumb's earnest address sovTftaoco.asv.s C East Coast Meat /:
the
He writes: I had endur- man. I know they robbed grave ( Tltan'me for Miami and ZOO: pm
*i 'insufferable from Asthma, victim." Xo one should fail to
another
out your New Discovery agonies gave me 1m"Wiate try them. Only &0c, guaranteed; at Red Monday evening Miss Louise Honlre loterm.dlate polotl IC 10:15/1": m O. V. DUREN,
of L. deGlve, Belgian'
relief and soon thereafter effect- Cross Pharmacy Tltuitllle. grand-daughter 1I'0aTH80I1I1'D. EiI:: _
"lcomplete cure." Similar cures of consul, gave a ghost party. There was Leave Tf.me for Jacksonville l J:13 II ID cas-
both of
of people
number
,
a large young
led-omumpUon! Grip Pneumonia,Its Bronchitis the Dade County Land For Sale. Cocoa and Rockledge, present, enjoying and IDwrmedlaw potDtIIl' J 1 ::13 p mof CAc- :!
are numerous. peer- of this kind and talented TltaevtlM for anfor4 I :06 sal
'tel remedy for all throat and lung the hospitality A.my..TUaeyIU. frOID Sanford 13:6t1: p.1D ::>
'rouble*. Price 50o and *l. Guaranteed For sale, cheap the northeast quarterof young lady. There were game and : : :
*T Red Cross Trial bottles of section 3, town- music, and the refreshments were very
Pharmacy. southeast quarter :::::
all enjoyed tbe and Job
38 south of range 41 east; close to nice, and evening I'rliitlnff. _
ship Wood pineapple plantation on left for their borne with a very pleasing -
O. K. of the occasion.
WRy BLOCKS St Lode River; 40 acres. rememberance Do not forget the lad that at the ADVOCATE a
USE ,
OLD STYLE northeast :
of -
when Self-Lock- Also the northeast quarter : omce, Tltusvllle, we do job -. _.r
you can bay the best of section 18, township 38, printing of all kind neatly cheaply and =
'ne quarter and bladder trouble can ,
Tackle the same Fatal kidney I
Blocks at nearly 41 east; on south fork of s:::::..
south of range the of Fo- expedltlondy. Letterheads, Notohesd.
Price. Now in ne In the United Apply toCHAA always be prevented by use SA
states Army and Navy Department St. Lucie River; 40 acre.B. WALTOIT, ley' Kidney Core. Red Cross Pharmacy kinds.Billhead, Envelope,Tagi, and all otber I' TITUSYILLB, .

Examine them atPrttcbard A Son, or THnsvllle Fla, Tltusvllle.
the ADVOCATI:: :oc., Tlttwvllle







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8 .' ,' ,_,'. EAST COAST ADVOCATE, APRIL 29. 1904.

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but should not exceed $23.: Often there

k am waste timbers. O; boards.. about the; s Florida East Coast
Small Potatoes farm which can be made to answer Ry.

very well.

result from a lack ofPotash To protect the house from the beatIng LOCAL TIME CARD No. 55. In Effect Apr. 12 190

rays of the sun It Is best to build ,
under the shade\ of SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN.
a large tree or on NORTHBOUND-RUD
the north wide of some larger building
No.9& No.29
.q
Its cffuctlvenexa In keeping Ice will Dilly.: Dally. STATIONS. No.08 Not
Dully'
thus be greatly increased. e00 p 540 a ......... ........... ..... ..... .......... Ds6O8p
in the soil. Potash pro. qF kFa 'II. ......... .. ...............SOJ'keonvoLv... .. .... .... S6ui
s 81 Sp toMe .. ............ ... .......Augustine. .... .... 810s
duces size and quality. Opaaccures Nl eAl p 11 27 a .. .............:...:....... ... Haetlna.7 ,U. Af
0. 11 43 a .... .... ........... .......E.l'.I..Lka..e W aJl84 6
a. cold In 34 hours. .Relieves, *

We.have. "* Neuralgia; Bronchitis and Hendace ,' n. 11 10 P .........................Ar..I'alatka..Lr..ArBan .... .. .. ... ... .. ..
val u abl Comforting and Curative. Swlit, Sure l y .I 40 jilOp 11 16 a .... .............. .. ....Lv..Palatk.Ar...... ........". ....... ... Ito. 6 4

books which and Safe The Best of All Cold Remedies 'cF $30p ....................... :Mated JLv....................... ---a.
) expLinmore ya ? because the most efficient. Opaaois r, 8005. .. .............. ... LrBan' MutooAr.. .... .. ........ .... 7'65 j

tlHeingvdwTu fully the far. "mo'w' a small chocolate coated lablet, and Is :: / / 7 60 Sap88p ..... .................. ..Lv.. N oira ..Lv.................. . a6B64 j
P sold at 23o: a box. Ked Cross Pharmacy .? .. rr .08 is ...........fiunnells... ......... .. .......,......: '
of Potash. 117 J> t3 P ................... ))upont. ................ .......... .. 11'" 3
We willend HiTJ U'i, '..t\.lnl Sew: Gnuland.At Up 1 Up ....... ...... ....... ... ........... .... ... 8 ,06 a 3
I I A 08p 1 HP ...... ...... .................Ormond.t................. ...... ... 6UT. I
them ., the MiiHvncliuuettN agriculture d /1o 138 p ...........................l'ortOranK............................... 4 65 a 2
free to any board meeting I>r. O. .M. Twltchell presented ,. a 860 906p .. ...................... ....NHW Smyrna., ..................... ... t6a 4 4Sa I
t.rm.rwho sf4n 018 1111.1 ...............Oak IfillTltiiiTille.... .......................... 3
I:! a very cheerful view of agricultural early p68 a OUpB49P ............................ ............ ............... .8b2a. 1
write for aGi. M, proMpecls. lie: believes that "th 18 p .80 I' ............ ....................Ooooa...............:................ 2 81 Ua: 1
? 1 tJ 840 P ............................RooklfldKa................ ........ ..... a II
them.GERMAN KALI WORKS outlook for Xiv England agriculture 13 111 .08 P..............................Eau Oallle....... ................... .. 227.16' 11
meet bo () J4tlv! ('. Here are the mar 12 III 4 IS p ............................ Melbourne..........? ......,.......... 1.. a 18
New Ywk.S N_.. .street, e.a. 1011 4 Oi II ...... ......................Sebaitlan...........?................... U: a 11
.. l..ulK Mtt.-4th and 1111,. ... kets, here the Industries are multiply.Ing $03 ...... .......................8t. Lucle.............................. 12 69 aOH 11
nipldly here lit to be the( great distributing I 18. 8 B9p ............................Ft. Pierre.._............... ........ .... a 10
Tri-Wceldy Sailings a 88 812 P ......... .............lhbele.................................. .3 11 166p 25 10
center for manufactured I t3 6 Up ................. ...Eden........... ... ................ .. 11 p .II
products, here art the acres which will 1475. O lOp .......................... ..Jenien ,........ ............ ....... 1116p Blp
1&11. 29 p ......................... Btuart. ........................... .... 11 1
Free and yield larger crepe. thnn prairie or plan BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. 817. ]8 J4P ...........................Hobe Sound................... ... ..... 10 Olp 35 0 II
tation, and hero climate to I f7 7 p ............. ....... ...\ .. .. ... ... p
Accented Masons. n adapted 4" 7 tip ........................... W. PslmBeseh......:......... ....... .S. 8
the growing of n vast variety of food Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 4 68. t cap ...............e...... ........Boy n ton................ ...... ... ml e
for man mid beast of a quality unexcelled SOBS 813p ........................... .Delray.,.................."............'."... Slip T
/g0 904p.. ................... .......let. Laiiderdale....... .............. .. ... d
-iL1 : upon the fare of the earth. In The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service .2f1 S 131') .............. .............Hallandale........... ........ .. ... Aq01p 8
Indian No. 00 the constructive. work for a more CI 485 0 49 p .... .................... .Lemnn City. ., ................ ..... 110 e
aggressive T 00. I sap............ ............... ..r3lfamh..Lv: .... .... .. .... .....,.... ... 700p P I
River TltulvllIe.Lodge. agriculture the student, professor The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
and worker have before them Direct Service Between
,o- the greatest' opportunity of their lives. SANFORD BRANCH. ORANGE CITY BRANCH.EJIJ .
Florida. and all Eastern Points
Jacksonville Boston Providence
The conditions lire favorable the times STATION. I No. 12 S I Net No. 2Dal e
Fridryoteaohmunth I
Hold. It* meetings; the smioiul and fourth I I STATIOIH
a*. thotr roiun, lndianltivar are auspicious', the tide la setting toward (Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways) Dally Dally Dally 13ISSp Ih,
Hotel Titus '\lie. at 7;I'M o'clock p. in. New England, and the currents TOO a Lv.[ ........ TltusvIDe..Ar lI5Op 300p lOlOaUSla Lv.N.Smyrna. Ar 'I
SEMI-WEEKLY SAiLIN6SI 8 H3 Lv........... <).t ..........
T. H. Sunders, Wontlilpfut Muster.P a en. ArLv 11 *2a 344p T/vfLakeUelrn ArL.v.OranK 81
A. Morgan Senior warden. of thought arc centering ber ." Houtlibound....,., .from Lewis Wharf, Boston 8M a .........Enterprise..........Ar 11 OOa 8051' 118M*/ City Ar/ loop a
....... foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
M. H. Rains, Junior Warden, Northbound, i l <"*" from/" 080 a Ar.......... Sanford ......?.Lv lOUOa 4 COp 11 45n Ar. .Or OltyJo LT ,U oap I
J. M.Dixon Troaimrer.
t 'n.n..ft..t
J. R. W.lker, Secretary: Axle Orcime, St. Johns River Line. No. 23 No. 21' No. 19Dally. N0.17 No.18Dally
J. O. slack Chaplain. A farmer In Oraut county, Okla., ad: .. Clyde I Dailyexcept I MAYFOKT Me.]
j IBena'f
i. M. Taylor Senior iMaaon. .UDld.y 9unlday
vises the use of axle as BRANCH
R. E. Mlmit, Junior Denoon. grease a protection (DeNary. Line.) Sunday DalS

A.O. A H., Stewart Walton,Senior Junior Steward.Steward.P for trees which are liable to be attacked BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. soar 10 in a 800"I 8 SO .........Lv. Jacksonville Ar.......... 7411. 11901' t
by rubhltH. lie further claims, oaj.a 10 18 i Sraa..Sn.Jovk.miville............. .
land- a 8087' T 07nT 11
W.Kobertu Herenford DoLand and intermediate gap 1
Tyler.F. at Palatko,Astor, St. Pranotn, ( )
H. Wooten. Marshal. that It Is a protection against borers Stopping; the St.John's Itivor. 10 60 a S40p,869a l ..... .... .. ...PabloEsech .. .. .... ... 06 11 6<). 4
lags uu S46p 10 It5 a .! isp B 04 a .. ..... ..... .Atlantic B.arhAr. ... .... .T O'i 11 4Sa 44
-- and that he has used It for twenty STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.: 800p It 10 a 'F00p 9 20 a .. ........ Mayport Lv......... .. 45 11 80 a 4t
vea r.. Is appointed to nail an follow t Leave Jacksonville Sunday. Tuesdays and Tliursdays. t:30 p.m.
AN IC1 HOUSE. how to Ward Oil nil Attack oiJtlieuniatism. Returning leave Sanford. Mondays, W dn ntlitys and Fridays, lIao.( u. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

SouthIfimndl Nortb-Hound
SCHEDULE
An Invspv sh. Ono nt ('. (. ( (!nl don Read up. CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. A 0. S. S. COMPANY FOR|
ura n "For when spring time came on Leave a an p in.H ...... .... ....... .....,Jacksonville.- ..... .......... .... .... Arrive i UO a. m.
!Six! I'l.i- (Oi'dluiirv Kliim.In years Leave 4n p. in. .............. ......... .. ...Palfttka.......... ........... ..... Leave 8 CO p. m. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.These .
C''IH'I'U'IIII';.' mi U-i,e IKHHO It ionld':, and I went Into gardening, I was sure to .xmve.euva 8 OIl) a. U,. ........................... Astor ... .,.. ..... ....... ..... Leave 3 30 |>, ra,
have an attack of rheumatism/ and every 4 80 a. m. .... .... ... ..... .. .. Frau d s..p.. ........ ... Leave. 1 00 p. m
be ,'Tini'iuli'Mvil: I tluit HIP smaller Uie: attack was more severe than the proced- Leave ....... .... ..........Jlere lor.l (\UeLand)...... .. ........ .i.... I.eaveIxwve 13 00 noon. Time Ta!>!<..show the times at which trains may tw rxnrctn\ arrive and dope
Arrive 8 30 ... m. .. .. ...............,..... Bimroril.. .. .,.. ...... ... ..... 9 80 a. ni. from the a..v.ralt"ID"8., but their arrival or departure at the ilnii-s Stated 1. not
bound UKrriitor: tlu cure" to IIP tzare1se1 Ing one, says Joule McDonald of Man, Arrive 10:110a.to. ... .. .. ... ........,.......Enleriirlse......... ...... ...... ... .. Leave 1000... m. nor does tbe Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or any consequence arising!guarantee the
In C"ltlnjrtho, l/ulMliig'iind p\dc-: Logan; county, West. Va.lOI tried everything from.
with no relief whatever, until I Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
Jug the 1 kt, advlee5: ) Amcrk-iiii Ayrlcul-(
procured a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain \ For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
turlst In sul uilttlnn the plan r. M.IRO MONOERL.JR., Anst.Grin.Faun. Aft. 204 Went Bay St.. Jacksonville Fla.
following Balm, and the first application gave me W O. COOPER\! Jr., Local Frt.Art. Jacksonville. U. P. LC)YEI.L. Superintendent Jaokgonyllle. "
for a farm, I Io house; ease> and before the first bottle was lined ft'oot' Hogan St.t'ackeo"vllle. Fla. "SE: THE TICKET AGENT.
A.O. HA.OERTY Oen'I! Raiit'n': Pa.... Ant. New York CLYDE MI l'.NN, Oen. Frt Ajft., New York.
I felt like I feel that
A house twelve feet square and \ a,new person ,Now TIIKO. O. EARN, General Manaffer.!!: WM. H CLYItK 00., (> neral Agents.Cne I J. D. RAHNEH Aaat. Oen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, ::.....t.
eight to ten foot high Is a VIM-.V con. I am cured but I always keep a bottle brouRb Building 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park New York.
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of Chamberlain's Pain Balm In the house C. II. WALTON'.IAgent, Tltuaville Fla. -- -
and when I feel any symptoms of a return .
I soon drive It away with one or
applications of this llnamen"t. For sale i

by all druggists and medicine dealers..

Atlantic Coast Line R'y .A. =..

pREPARE your system to withstand ,

the, debilitating effects of a long I d 3ppfh \. CJfIC4i P SB
The Great Through Car Line from Florida. llillP'
hot summer by eliminating the catarrh i fN 4

,germs.: x TO TilE EAST. 7vYS

Over Its own rails to !Savannah, Charleston Richmond and Washington, thencevia I
LOUis
the Pennsylvania Knilroud. 1OXONDLOULN

TROPICAL
TO TUB; 'Vl ST. /VHF our
SMALL ICE HOVHK COMPMCTB. The LouUvllle & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile Ohio R. R.

..enl..nt sl/.c: for nn ordlmiry furni. In rM {sCfY

liullding euro .should bo taken to secure PINEAPPLETAR TO THIS EAST VIA STEAMSIH1.

liorfect! ilnilmiKo. The foundation Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Phlladeldhla, Bos HARRjM
should be dug eighteen, to twenty-four ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah .
Inchon or until gravel renched.Vbe're and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttalon Company for Baltimore

this l In not poxslble the lower two feet andWINE aud Philadelphia.

should be tilled In with largo stonen, I. MJPynX ,
TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Via .
on top of which nre placed smaller
atones and travel, until a smooth bottom Peninsular & Occidental 8!mshlp Company.

la obtaIntnl. .u c
Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points / CIA
For a house twelve feet square a ARK '
i frame of 8 by 8 Inch timbers U placed

on the brick or atone foundation for l\lILF.AGI'': TICKETS.

the base. A similar square frame I.1 THE GREAT TONIC Interchangeable: mileage; tickets good over 13,000 miles of Among the principal Btllu"'

made for the plates and this la supported railroads In the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents. For a

at the four corners with 8 by 8 For reservations! and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, NA

Inch poets right feet long and by two Tones up the system-positively cures FRANK O. YLSTON, Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK Tray' Pll.ll*. Ag*. SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN.

or three 2 by 8 Inch studs on each 'ndlgostlon,: and destroys Catarrh germs. 1:18: West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.H. .
side, with extra ones for door posts' on M. EMERSON: Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, GeoM. Pass. Agent.; '
the front side. The outside Is covered Thousands of testimonials have been WILMINGTON. N. C. x

with rough pine baurtto. the cracks between received of the wonderful! cures of this . ----- -----..----
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the boards being covered with great" discovery. Others have been -- RAILWAYc
;itmttens. Inch boards line the Inside i .sO'uZ
up to the plates, and the space between benefited by Its use. Why not YOU ? S. E B<>.A.Et.I: > To

U filled In with sawdust.< The WASHINGTON, NEW YORK ASHVILLE and

cheapest form of root Is made of Inch AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .
boards with batten pieces over the ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE TO CURE and the EAST. i HOT SPRINGS. N. C.

cracks, and Is supported by three horizontal CINCINNATI. CHICAGO "THE LAND OF THE SKY"

strips on such .I lde laid across INDIGESTION DYSPEPSIAand "
The NORTH and WEST.Pullm .- tie The Sapphire Country.
rafters. The rafters are scantling beveled

and nailed together at the top and CATARRH SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, H..t D..IAza IU.I1f c..

set' Into or uplkotl to the plates.' Half PHILADELPHIA :NEW YORK ... c._ .._10.
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, ..
to two-thh'da of the middle of the ridge 0. All T..1. ?L. .....

Is cut out. leaving atfbpenlng three to AOt/THKRM RAILWAY N. P. CART Dtarrw """-pr.._ 1
five Inched wide which covered by a Two Elegant Trains Daily IOS W Bay au... J._.......... thi

cup raised several Inches from the V. A. T..... P. T M? Wuhintmn. DC. H. H 8_ 0. P.A, w..naswa< l> C.B
roof to permit ventilation, but wide Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. W. H T........ A.. Q. P./- AUema.Ca: t

enough to prevent rain getting In. EQUIPMENT. .
MODERN PULLMAN -- --- -
The doors. are'made of u single thickness .
Jacksonville to New Orleans. -- -
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of hoards ('11I'0 should, 1 be takento ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through; Sleepers -
Hi TT D dC d5 O OIT.
have them tight so as not to permitof .

circulation of air. To make them I For full Information and sleeper reservations 'call on any Agent 510 w. B.rst.. JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
more effective the space between the'
write
Seaboard, or
door and the l> of the door frame" to prevent saw w ( p.0. MACDOXFLL.( A st. Oen. I'UII. ASt. IS. C. DOYJ.8TOY.. Agt.

.. duet or other pncklnti material I used t JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA ia FULL ,; t;uca<.

from tithing out can be pmldcd with .- .- .
straw when the house I is nilcd The expense --- -

of constructing the ItulMInK will l 44 SO YEARS '
EXPERIENCE EXvRE55 EXPRESS
L3afJ LA GRIPPEPneumonia
r 4 PREPAID t PREPAID



follow. La Grippe
nut never follows the use of

( Tltaoc: MAl'''.
Vf
Honey DasIGNsCopviuoHTs 4 i+
FOLEY'S Ac e M 9 7tl

f and Tar Anyon..en.ttne .kMM.nd. d..rrtPOmi.afeniek
.' .asst tin our ( S" s fr. wb.th.r asluentl'm
MANUFACTURED ONLY BYjj rOPKALMANUFAETURINO to, .n..I,. .coo'.h1' !'. ('ummnnlrrtt.
v, i "....al rtal' :1..t. ,u. HANDBOOI(on Paten
fJACKSONVILLE. 91 Cough and heals the lungs. hn. .' tur..eunug,aa.nta.aul .
the
.nut '
It stops ::: m:: :.
Co.: r.cslvSS 4 DLlI1fCRCC r
Pneumonia and without cnra.la t. fOR ;
U Consumption.fa. k.
T .
i b Prevents
.1-.1I ) f Qt5 t tll

) .O. YAOHBM, had O* ood 81.. ChleasH *. Scientific JUtterican.lf o f I
4 t "My' wUe U grippe sod It left>ke* A "...".....> ""'IIt.. .f "! w_Itl.. TernM.$4e po
-Sold by- _" her wblebjOLat'1110n1 i enlMion <>> nr i" Mnudo j.ruoJ.
t \ with a very bad eon on lane ri P.ur.m.ntn.ll. BcM b/atlv.w.dealett

Pharmacy, AoTA eaiej eoaile/.* I M & New York, Airents for the Pah-st lirewutx Co.
Red Cross er4.dt.y
vnimcAt BJ i ION 't I Uf'tt' CroI'linrtnncy.. t."III.... tI2S r ..... .... :
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1 depend largely on the i. -i i .ui I material TItusvllte, Fla.






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) LARGEST AND REST YE'R-KOUND HOTEL. L.
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Opposite,: pontofllce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repahed l and\ renovated III' i .I ,. t
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Newly furnished throughout. Liberally couducted,. ..,. / ,

; fr, 'ill'' .. .. ) Horse mid .. 1 \:
Rates 2.50 per day and up. '> : I"I, I
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B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. Good" Roads .., Polo every. ",,,cck.' -if


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WESTMORELAND; HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE .

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American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened .. ,',
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this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water .h'
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Baths, Elevator, eta. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All
BEEMAN Owner and Manager. ;
itreet cars pass the door. Rates, 2.00 to $2.50 per day. HARRY L. ,' (
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Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. ."i .. :'. 11 I

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The e Windle ___ ._ : 'j
JACKSONVILLE:: FLA. i
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American and European.: Every department modern. Sembler Cottage, TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. Kiamesha Inn KIAMK3IIA SULLIVAN LAKE, COUNTY, I

Near all car lines. Rates, $2 to $2.5Qh( per day. NEW YORK. f'f'j '

European plan 75cts, $1 and up, one person. Open All the Year. Hood Board and Attention. 1 ,
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor.
Reasonable Hates. .. : Thin. "New HocUledgo" of the North, nestles In the mountains by the \
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Cor. Main:! and Adams Streets, Two doors from F. :E. C. Railway Station, Tltusvllle. '+_ Hide of a bt'l\lItirull"k'e\ feet above sea level d dExqul.lte
New Victoria
JACKSONVILLE:: KLA. MRS. A. J. HEMULKK, Proprietreiui.. ::, cllmiite. All modern convenience. Large airy room.

-JACKSONVILLE'S NEW MODERN HOTEL .. -. _.- -- -. Howling Alley, Gulf and TennU.M .
Everything new; centrally located; elegant suites with private bath,,. -- --

Raton: American $2 to $a: ; European, rooms 73cts: and upwards. JENS N."UAYSIDE ...nt reasonable. rate, .1
Special Rates to Commercial Travelers.
R. R1XLER, Prop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel. JENSKN, FLA.
INN I II. H. SHARKS, Proprietor i
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Centre of Pineapple Uelt.fir ____,_.. _. _._ -- ___ ;
233: : West Bay St. -
UNDER NEW ltIA AUEMEST.: *kl:
The Everett Hotel direct from depot, '
Cars
Choice location on the banks of the Indian River. Near the ocean. Large. tt f
JACKSONVILLE: FLA. ground with tropical foliage. Excellent. fishing and hunllag. Terms, $2 F O.Etlll: C.A.LE.: _
and Renovated. to $2.50 per day. Special weekly rates. .
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Repaired '
Centrally located. Thoroughly VIlA!! M. CODS, Proprietor. ....w_-_ _-- f f
-EUROPEAN PLAN- .._---- ---- (
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Large, Fi>e Rooms, $1.00 and $100 per day. Special Rates by week.II. --- ----- Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10
\VIIITI3 SPUINOS.
MASON, Proprietor. '
Acres of Land.

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
The Hamilton WHITE: SPRINGS FLA.

-On the American and European Plan- I

Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasantfamily -New, Modern: High-das Hotel \..
Plan,"2.00 and $2.CO; European, 50cU j
borne. Rates: American ..
ON: THE OLD SUWANKE: !: RIVER. ;
and up. All cars form Union /Station stop at the door.II. K-Hort the :
W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. Finest mineral spring In the world. Greatest health

The beautifully\, located Riverside Hotel at Green Cove Springs, Is under the South. Finest quail shouting In America. Write for booklet to
same management. JNO. S. 1JOWKN: White HprlogH, Fla.

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$' A 4 1F R A e t1I! J
i k ,$ ,44 lIF'NMRry' 4i+1a.. '

I [yon 6UIJDTn6 Hotel Marlborough, i1"


Broadway, :30th and 37th Street, NEW YORK. I
kINO AND ST. oeORoe STREETS .:1Io.t ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA 400 Room 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Conducted 1
OPPOSITe POSTOFt'ICe and PLAZA flpeproof. 8l.ty fln room well on American and European plans, and managed under the persona L
central location la the city. Strictly
.
November to June. Ad a. ahovo. supervision of the owner.
furnUheil. Boom oul, Open E. 8. CROWELL, Manager
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OllMOND BEACH. Hotel Yendome Broadway and 41st Street, Located nt 8AKNO. three <|unter* ot a mile south of KAU rALLIKFLORI ;

NEW YORK CITY. DA, on the Eau Galllo River, Jen. tbao half a mile from the Indian Hirer and two ;/
and half mile from the Ocean. The property U two hundred mile couth of
The Inn AT ORMOND BEACH, FLORIDA. FIREPROOF. 300: room*, single and en suite, with private bath and toile with Jacksonville a on the Florida Kant Coast; Hallway, with the Railroad Station adjoining r
PLAN. Good room ll.BO/ ; large rooms 1:1': : and .
rooms. EUROPEAN and some of them have never
under erected In leu0 1 \
day and upwards. The management I la the per the property. Iltill bath t2.50
Open December to May. Car line from Ormond Station to Hotel onal private supervision of per the owner. FRANK GRUKN, Manager been occupied:, the original owner having died. stew months after their completion. 'I ,! y
$17.50 week. .. for about two months prior to the' owner' death, and j
New England help. $3.00 per day; per .. -- The hotel wan opened In the moat substantial :
COMPANY, Proprietors. has not been lined since. All the buildings were erected
HOTEL 16 A.
PRICE MAWIC. ,
ANDERSON A: EUYX condition. The hotel and cottage are complete
Manager. and now In excellent
WM. S. KBSSIY manner are
uied. There are two )"'w 1
) ly furnished, and very little of the furniture hAIl ever been
artesian well, twenty cisterns connected, with sewer etc.
MAWR, and will b. sold at a sacrifice.
AYTONA. lawr Tbe property cost the orl"lnalowner 914,001)/
The Hotel"BR'
Bryn PENN.
The above cut fairly represents" the property.
For particular apply to or address,
The Ridgewood DAYTONAFLORIDA.: EZRA F. HATCH, D. L. OAULDKN, WM. A. WARNOCK.
(Absolutely Fireproof.) Caretaker on premises, Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner, d
the most beautiful avenue In the South. ,, Eau Oallle. Florida. Tltuivtlle, Fla. Jamaica, N. Y ,
Located on RIdgewood Avenue- .
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Orchestra. E. D. LAXOWORTHY, Proprietor. OPEN JTTNTC TO OCTOBER. For term., etc., address, IJ

== -. JOB PRINTING OFFICE
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Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all the LELAND STERRY, Manager....?;.,."v.'i.... ,:,, '(.." ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING "

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Coast week. BRYN MAWB 'I'.1, PENN. NEATLY, CHEAPLY and EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED. AT THIS OFFICE.

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JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS: : Fire Insurance MAN.- MORGAN & WALTON,


41 West Buy Street *If Your House Goes Up In Smoke and v The sawmill men of the state accord- FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS

JACKSONVILLE, FLOUIDA. loose log to one of their number, are a unit
you everything it 'la own ..J
Largest' stock In this section of country your .. for C. M. Brown for governor. They TItusvlllo Fla.
fault. m.'V
FIRE INSURANCE sui ... are grateful to Senator
Kstabltshed In 18i( $. lolentA7w'"#J Brown for relieving -
t to cover the value of the property '. ..' them of the burden of equip. iYSURgNtC
Send
for descilptive catalogue. household effects should bo carried. -r.: .. ping. flat cars for shipping lumber, and
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Rates are not high. The companle8.'; Io ."",..1''f.' which must now be done by the rail- Representing/ : NfE
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'' roads as part of the flat
THEFLORIDA. car
equipment.
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represent are solvent reliable and
In the past they not The Liverpool ft London A. Globe Il t
Liberal. All Claims promptly paid. r..'tv.o: w ,, only had to equip s ( g
Write y their own cars, but were charged freight Insurance Co. i '
us.for rates on your property.
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MOTOR CO. ; Don't neglect to take out a policy. r on tbe standards used. The railroadsare The Hartford Fire )Insurance Co.
___ ...x trying to make this law useless by

DAYTONA FLA : Schuyler, & Wilson equipping cars so they can not be used, The ./Etna Insurance Co.
but the railroad commission the g* 'wNrv
bulwarkof
s Carry a full line ofAUTOMOBILES..... E I TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. the peoples' rights are bringing them The Continental Fire Insurance Co.

and TIKES AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASTATUES -.v. to time. This law. It is estimated, will -The Home Insurance Co., of N. Y. "WH"T CAN'T BE CURED

save tbe sawmill men over $400,000 a MAY
BE
The Phenlx ENDURED."
Fire
.....in stock, also --- -- --------- year, when enforced by the railroad Insurance Co.

MARINE and STATIONARY GASOLINE IN ITALY. POLITICAL SPEAKING IN TI- adopted commission verbatum, and, by it the Is Georgia said, will legis be The Fireman' Fund Insurance Co. It you're Insured, for then the win-

ENGINES, When a Monument !. Not a Monnn TUSVILLE. lature. Senator Brown, while a memberof The Pennsylvania Insurance Co. 'lag out of your house shop of factory

DYNAMOS ut In Homo or Florence.Home the legislature, scoured the passage of The Georgia Home Insurance Co. by fire mean only a temporary Inoonronlenoe
la manp good laws, but If this was the only The Rochester-German Inaur. Co. -
; MAGNETOS in the absurd condition of As previously announced in the ADVOCATE one it would prove his worth to the stateof Norwich Union Fire -your loss is made good: and .
t BATTERIES possessing' ", u monument which\ the mu- columns several candidates for Florida, and this bill In particular Ins Society.
'VAPORIZERS, nicipal authorities declared nonexistent political office arrived In Tltutvllle on proves his unselfish nature for, In his Northern Assurance Co., of Eng ;you can start afresh with the money ,_

; Long long ago a monument was ruined Saturday last, and paid their respects to race for the state senate in 1002, the Niagara Fire Insurance CI). any of our staunch and sterling Insurance _
/SPARK COILS. to the philosopher .' this office. In the evening they address sawmill men actively his .
BI)( llIlerl. but never opposed election Fidelity & Deposit Co>. of companies will
Maryland
ed a fair-sized audience In the pay you promptly .
and PLUGSof unveiled UH there was a difference of Opera' and his efforts In their behalf are
all kinds and are offering them for opInion about the advisability of ha,. der house. Tbe meeting was called to or. particularly noticeable on that account. "Surety Bonds.'* on proof of loss.
', ale at... Ing the by Dr. B. R. Wilson, one of the candidates 1 With the sawmill men, the old Con
monument at all. So through A
for the
', office Clerk of Brevard federate veterans, their sons and sons-
sun and rain wind and hall the__ .
n .noor. Clrcnlt Court.I in-law behind him C. J. R. WALKER.
..O"l1T Prl.XOES. M. Brown'schances H.II. MACE.
.. statue stood, swathed In Its dingy I It was previously agreed that each of election In the first primary r-'

drapery an eyesore: find object of derision speaker be limited to a 25 minutes' talk are considered excellent. J 1;:
They have a few bargains In to the audience.
to all.Finally J.J R. WALKER & CO.

KNOX, in the dead of night, to put The first speaker on tbe programme
was Mr. F. M. Hudson, candidate for WHAT TO DO WITH STRAW.
BUICK an end to the scandal.and disputes, the -DEALERS IN-
state senator, who gave the people a very
police stripped off
the old
WHITE and rotten Interesting talk, free from personal Views of OneVIio Uo -sn't Cure t.
cloth, and, in the mornIng the Eternal abuse lie told some amusing aneot- Work When Th....*'. Notblnir la It. Dry Goods, r,

,; DE MOOV City fpund herself enriched by the dotes, and mentioned what he would try We have seven work horses fed on

GRA.N'IVP'KKKM, ownership of work of art. The to do If elected. He was not fighting bran and straw without hay or corn, Furniture

citizens. laughed/ and crowded to see any man's cause but his own, but Intended and they remain in Rood condition t \I
J
.; MARINE & 8TANIONAIIY ENGINES. what hud become a curiosity but the voting for Mr. Stockton. If the through the c
busy season but when It
of Dade and
city fathers) were furious, said the people llrevard considered
All Kinds of Ice had their po- hIm the right man for the office, he requires so much expensive food to Shoes, etc.
LATHE overstepped powers and would like them to cast their votes( for make straw u part of the dully ration
WORK
absolutely refused to acknowledge the him. Whether he was going to win or It can be ninde HO only to a limited extent -

A Specialty. existence of the monument. lose, he Intended running a clean cam- or under exceptional circum, AGENTS FOR-,
Florence has hud a similar experi paign. stances. I r

1 Write for Prices and Terms.DHL. ence. A tablet to Gustavo Modena'In Mr. Alfred /St. Clair Abrams, aspirant Straw U nil excellent bedding for CONTINENTALTAILORING !
his day a celebrated I for the office of attorney trenerul. follow. I
actor and n still_n stock. and should be" used: IA sufficient .
more celebrated patriot nod been ed, and did not fall to roundly "score"his '

L. J.\tIOTx..c: V'. to the house In which he lived.attacked opponent, Mr. VY. U. Ellis, and Guy quantity nure. This to prevent on most lOllS fauna of liquid will consume ma- CO \\1IJ

t Srt Jut the authorltlel'refuRed Jennings. He said his opponent was a
to allow Ito a larger amount than will be
I failure as a lawyer, and was compelledto ir.
be unveiled for THE BEST CLOTHES
fear
of provoking anantlAuatrInn eaten by stock. It Is
accept a paltry .1MO( clerkship. lIe very easy, however r.
t demonstration.. Just as in dclared that he was badly handicapped to use more stru\v\tlmn Is proto 7

these days when public feeling Is In a, In his candidacy by teation of the fact itable. We are learning that (large ,

ptate of effervescence. Day after,day I that his opponent was already In office, bulk is not desirable In manures. John R. Walker & Co

passed until the' students made a sudden put there by his (Abrums', enemy, Gov. Bulky manures when made of straw I
1 r Jennings. Mr. Abrams said be TITITSVILLE.F. 1
dash and hoped
stripping off the cloth largely do not pay tout of bundling
tbe people of Tltusville and surrounding ------- --- .
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Interest to the City ofAllies. any great distance. Even when spreadon --
mill a The municipality here also was country 10th of May.Senator would. remember him on. the fields near the barn It makes 4 great ....N....N....N...N..NN..N..............N/ I

highly offended and Informed tbe : F.A. Morgan, Proprietor. Es R. Blukewood, 1
citizens J E. Broome, brother of the difference where twenty loads of manure Registered Druggist.PHARMACY i

: that the tablet does not exist. late Judge J. D. Broome, Is a, candidate per acre are required to do tbe

i All this irresistibly raises the ques, for secretary of state, and he thought It work that should be done by ten.

lion, "When Is a monument not a monument was the turn of someone else to take The practice of ('ovcI'lnstock\ yards I

?" When It Is In Italy!-Pall charge of the office() long I held by the with straw and turning stock'thereon I
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4 Mall Gazette. Crawford family, and that he did not during pleasant days In winter Is a RED
think
V public offices should be Inherited -
4-- and handed down fairly good one if care is taken not to ,
/ from lather -
e
l Fine Liquors Wines Beers THE USE OF IRON. to son, like the titles of the nobility allow the yard to leach. One of the .

Ales Stout Eta.OT"Send in England. Sunaror Broome told best winter provisions for a flock of T1TUBVJLUE, FLORID....
.<. affect In the Industrial World .. things: about the Crawfoids that the people sheep Is to have' a straw stack In their i
me your Of 11 era I -A i Complete Stock off -
it Ilaroseeter at
TrnUe went not previously aerate of, but run which they will work down duringthe .
TITUSVILLE. and COCOA, FLORIDA. There Is an old Industrial tradition Mr. II. City Crawford, the present incumbent winter. f PURE DRUGS Al-D DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES

that the Iron market Is tbe "barometer then arose to_ tell his aide of But after we have fed straw and a ,

L J. of trade." This saying bus been ascribed the matter at issue. AS far as the editor bedded stock all uiiub us Is profitable : it fP Prescriptions Filled With the

L.,, OnLEY, to many modern authorities, of the ADVOCATE can remember Mr. there is a great deal of straw left over Utmost Care and l'romplitude. tj(|Ui&

TITUSVILl.E, FLA. ranging from Jay Gould to Andrew lou Crawford on the based long his and claims faithful for services the post-of on wheat farms and the question as : __- WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.

Contracts for all kinds I of Painting\ Kal- Carnegie As a matter of tact. It la his late father and the efficient work ho to disposal to bvst advantage remains Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes,

somlnlng:, Malulng. Finishing and Paper much older than any oracle of this century tad done while his father's assistant, unsolved. When It can be sold at a Toilet Articles Shoulder::! Braces, Fine Candles and all other aillcleskept

Hanging, at the most reasonable" price or the last. It had Us origin in and since the latter' death. net prollt-of $1 a ton it should be put J by up-to-date drug Htores.Ci i.
consistent with good the earliest days of the period when: General Allen Thomas then told the upon the market. When the location is !: We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders
woikinauttlilp. Iron manufacture and the use of credit audience he was a candidate for the of- near Home city or utruwbourd factory ..+..$$$.$+..$N.NNN.N....N......N............

All Work the ice of and old _._----- -- ---. -. -- -- --
adjutant general ---- -
1 on East CoastIs were simultaneously rising to Impor- as an this run alwuys be dam\ Sometimes it "
tance. The basis l for the tradition is Confederate soldier he hoped they will pay to have straw baled und shipIt TrT"D'S"V"XLLE] LaIVzRY SOCd 32.v7"tr"I .

Ellpl'clallySolicited./ that the use of Iron and of Its products i would cast their vote for him instead of to n distant market but only those
for General' who had
Let ni9 know what yon want and get Is essential for the of virtually Adjutant Foster who -
my prosecution live near a railroad station can
estimate on It. Prompt attention all no war record Ilk he (Genoral Thomas) FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORSES, I
given to all work. other Industries. Before the had. General Thomas said he bad seen do so.

i -- output of miscellaneous manufacturesIn considerable! service In the unpleasant- So the only plan left on the great ...STABLES... tit BUGGIES, .
a community can be much enlarged teas between tho North and bouth, and I majority of farms JII to allow stacks to

William II in dIe the Industries concerned must be equipped be thought tbe people should give him rot down. In finch cure they are In BAGGAGE, J SURREYS, 1

with new tools and new machinery. some slight recognition by voting for the way In cultivated Held< occupy

TIN, CAPPER AND SHEET IRON Before a railroad system can be pre- him on the 10th of May. valuable space and when rotted down I TRANSFER r W "nd TURNOUTS:'! o ;
Mr W. N. SheatH, the present State
pared to transport a greatly Increased the manure Isn't very valuable liven '
Superintendent of Public Instruction, HAULING ETC.T1TU8VILLK. kinds..
WORKKH. ..all
ruJHc It have rails
must bind
new new came last. He was loaded for his opponent on where vegetable matter is deficient ;

Plumbing Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. bridges new stations new cars and Mr. W. M. Holloway, and "went straw isn't the best thing 'to
J. W. &
new locomotives. In these days of the for him" with a will. Mr. Sheats had a supply the need. It takes lots of work OSBAN SON
GALVANIZED. IRON STORAGE steel and iron office building a "boom" valise full of Interesting literature which to haul it out and scatter It on the -Back of Geo. M. Bobbins' office.FLORIDA ;

TANKS MADE TO ORDER. 10 the building trade cannot go far h. read to the audience, telling them Mr. land and then It U dlUIcult to turn -- --- -

j without Increasing enormously tbe de- Holloway was running campaign full under. Greet manures are far cheaperto : -
Your Patronage is Sullolted.Ij mand for structural iron. Even In the falsehood and deception Ha talkeda put humus Into the soil for there is E. :1:." ::E3 :.::C &:, :eeO.: :
few minutes the time limit but
COCOA FLA. agricultural Industry it may be said over no cost of hauling or spreading, and '
his listened marked
speech was to with
c' I hat expansion and prosperity involve attention. they contain many ttuM> us much plant GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS

i necessarily largely increased demand This concluded the meeting, which food a.. straw. !

Stanley Kitching I or' farm machinery Since the use of was v4lry orderly throughout. We may be vrltlclmtl for our practice We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. W* are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS

q such additional equipment must pre- the punt few years lint utter ma We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all cons urn

-Dealer In- cede any Increase In the business of CHURCH deliberation we! run see no better e... Writ ua for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at yonr station. '

FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS these other trades it naturally follows, plan of getting rid of our surplus straw E. L. BRADY fe BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA. ;

first that demand In the Iron market than to stick u match to It. "'1' have -

t Tobacco, Pipes, Candies Fancy China will be felt aggressively; even before the There will be preaching at the Method- tried baling; and III.rl'l.IIl j spreading 1 It J

and Temperance Dilnks. other Industries have shown full meas- lIt church Tltusvllle, next Sunday at 11 on the ground and turning It under W. E. GOLDSMITH

The following biand* of cigars delivered ure of activity and. second that If a. m. and 7:30: p. m. All are cordially but neither plan pttya. When a stack ,
v at $J 2.1: box of 50 invited to attendv,:
: :
per is
such other Industries foresee a periodof burned down we have n few loud -Dealer In-

Huroboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos, slack demand and Idle mills the first Rey. II. B. Gibbons pastor of the Baptist of ashen that when distributed. on i"oor

Cremo Cubanas, t'ohalnkt. thIng they will do will bo to reduce church, at Tltuovllle will preach at points show goat roHultn. "'" have STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT AN

Flinch Cards, \50o. ; Hand Made Palmetto their orders from the Iron and steel the; LaGrange church morning: at U arrived at that stage!!: of the game In PRODUCE OK ALL KINIW. f>

Hats, :25o.! mills.-Alexander D. Noyes In Forum. and evening tat at 7:00: o'clock on /Sunday our farming concludes an Ohio Farmer TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

STUART FLORIDA. next May I' correspondent where we don't care I

01........ Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold to work when It Isn't going to pay. So

Amos CummingS of New York used" divine service on Sunday Mav l ht, In St. we shall continue to burn our straw INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY. i
Mark's church Cocoa at 10J: () a, m., ,
Robbins & Graham Co.Incorporated. to tell this story of his first assignment until some one tells u with Holy Communion. Also In St. TITUSVILLE, FLA 1
.lie better
reporter; was sent of It to advantage.Plrlc .
as
a newspaper
Gabriel's church, Tltusvllle at 7:30: ( p. m. Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attentlojj + ,
accident where
an
an
f ( .) out to write up
Injured in a fall Beglnlnnlng: May 1.. 1004 the followingwill Its "ompany. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto. ,
Irish hodcarrler was
PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00. lie arrived Just as be the order of appointment for the "Old Hunks boasts that be never has T. T. WETMORE. Proprietor.TICE.
from building.
a
This Melbourne-Georglana. Rev, J. B. cold.'!-
company owns two officers were assisting the Injuredman a
Hawk, Pastor: "It's nothing to boast of. lIe's so
3L1ST 3D S Into the ambulance.Vhat'll First Sunday each month preaching at .
mean that even a cold won't have anything <>
asked" Cummings
\ his name? City Point, 200a. m.; Eau Gallic, 7:30p. _
k the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. of one of the officers, at the same moment m.; second Sunday Eau Gallic 10:3O: to do with him."Exchange.!

out his pad and pencil. a. mi Melbourne 7'M:: p. m.; third Sun-
Iiucle River pulling
at New River and
; on Bay The Irishman beard him and mlstak- day Gvorglana! 1I a. m., and 7tO:: p. m.; Notice. To Packers and Grower of Pineapples an<

BUcayne. Prices to suit the times. lag him for the timekeeper on the Job, fourth Sunday Melbourne 11 a. m ; Eau Tomatoes : '
: m. ,
t Send for Land List. exclaimed. with a look of disgust. : covering Oalll,7: Jp. Is HEREBY OIVE.V THAT I IX-
6 Rev. J. B. Hawk: will give an Illustrated NOTICE 1 | to apply' to the Joilm or the Circuit Before foi
Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. his face: the Township Court In awl for arorardC.atnty, Florida you purchase your Paper fl ,
at
"Isn't It trouble enough to fall three lecture at building, on the auth rt.jr of May. 1UCM, or as onn thereafter -
Point, Saturday evening, April 30, M practicable, for :a license to ,
docked for the City manage wrapping it will t
stories without being to write foi
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at 7 SW: o'clock. take chaw of and control all my property autl pay you us
Hodgson Bros few momenta I lose going to the hospital Rev Hawk has a tine dl.ollng magic. to lea become a free tlealm In.:ever !DwrtMkY.; : and

?" lantern outfit, with some very tine views samples prices. "We can furnish yoifll I

EAU OALLIE INDIAN RIVER, FLA.. and i is prepared to give an excellent enterUlnment. -
I Many place and subject ...................... different grades and different"colors.Money .
Marine Railway. I of hlttorlo Interest as well as some very ?

General Merchants und Ship Chandlers.Speol..IJ entertaining humorous scene will be i E. Vesey Hall, i saved in buying is .
the large
0. thrown on screen. The lecture .
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Facilities.. U for the benefit of the Improvementfund Georgians Fla. :
t MOTVJSY i I&D: :
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing of the township building, which U .
used ass place of wornhip. : Boat Builder. i
and fitted now i Write
Yachts and Launches. Have your eye examined usUI9TITEIa

Mention the AUVOOATB when writing. by the expert., I JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at 2 ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK.:
It : t
i Write for Estimates. PAPZER: C4.
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DR. O. L. MANDAVILLE, this office, at reasonable rates. Give .
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Cheap;:r.at OLD this NEWSPAPERS office. For Sale, Tltu vllle, Florida. UII a share) of your work. ...................... Southern Office. Atlanta GA ;







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