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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: May 6, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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VOL. 38. NO. 11. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.. YliA'n.: \ 1OO4. PRICE 5o. 1 1r'4i

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LOCAL NEWS ADVOCATES for 'sale at the Red Special Sale at Kline's ,on Monday -Do you want to buy two fine mules 1 P Drevnnl County Lands For Hale AMONG THE HOTELS. ,I't,
Cross Pharmacy Titusvllle. Read the ad. on our 4th page. e 1
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May Dth.
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And Topics of General Interest. -Our local reporter trans things in Mexsrs.. Harold Moore and Cecil Merritt' Island near Courtenay formerly The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all \lithe ':

-- general; are quiet at the and thereare Men's Summer Suits, of the latest Rturrup, of Daytona, spent Sunday In known as the Geiger Place; 10710() best hotels In New York city '" 'I .
very few tourists left. Tltusvllle.\ the guests of Mr, and Mrs. acres Fine pineapple, orange; and veg
style materials and cut and made In the
Wilson.GT.OVES Where the East Coast I I. i
THE ADVOCATE to stop along
--Mrs. A.,W. Bule arrived home Harry etable land. Price 'O tl.ferrltt'l .
moat up-to-date fasblon former price
In advance. tusvlile. ) Island lUll trout See listed hotels on 4th and 7th pages. .
'1.50 per annum. I fO.IM, special $11.03. I LOVES I acres, long j
$1.00 six months to Fort Pierce and Miami. Men's Balbriggan; Undershirts former Large line to select from. Gloves for on Indian Klvor and Including oyster Mr. C. It. Johnson of the Grand At. ," .

$3.00 per an. to foreign countries.\ Mrs.. Wesson of Cocoa arrived In Tltusvllle price 73cts.: special,!I price on Mondaynext Railroad Men, Teamsters, etc J. It. Good permits land granted for vegetables by Brovnrd and County! lantlc. hotel, Daytona, has gone to New ,,1! t

When yo'u subscribe for the ADVO- on Saturday last for about a nOots. Also one lot, worth Oot,, Walker A; Co., Tltusvllle, Fla.Mrs. orange land. A fine oyster some location good York for the summer ,
the year it does not.cost you week's visit with Mrs. C. for 2Ucts.! All alzea.Men'a Mr. W late of Tltl1"I I
cATs by F. Fischer. A. A. Stewart accompanied Price, $-lH( ). O. Fielding,
three cents per weeks postage Included. SEWING MACHINES. Night Shirts made of splendid her husband to Cocoa Monday, to attend Town or Tltusvllle, lot :.1, of East sub yllle and Havana, Cuba, has taken the 'I'
domestic former'
quality 75cts.
Is price, the and to division of old block 4. place of Mr Henry Pollock at the Windle ,
TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE on Cash or easy payment. Send us your Monday's price, ROc's. May Day picnic, spend A falily good
news-stands at fire several days with a relative, Mrs. M. M. : house. Price $260.: hotel, as clerk, during Mr. Pollock's ab
.ale at the following order, we can please you. J. R. Walker Five Hundred Pairs of Odd Pants the .
vacation. This Is Mr. pol.luok'
McLeod. > Town of Tltusvllle lot :3 I.l block A cease on a
cents per copy : A Co., Tltusvllle, Fla. latest styles and an endless .variety .
Colemnn's Addition. first vacation since Hotel Windle
Tltusd1Red Cross Pharmacy. patterns, all sizes, prices ranging from -Mrs. W. N. Hendry, of Fort Pierce Large lot fronting will
and his
Jacksonville-Duval hotel. -Mr. Pascal Monroe, of Benton, Fla., $1 50 to $3.00.All returned home Sunday after an extend. on two streets, good location near center Jacksonville opened l. place t'
Windsor hotel. arrived In town this week on a visit to mall orders promptly filled for any jed visit In Tltusvtllft with her mother of town. Good 8-room cottage Price be ably filled by Mr. Fielding

1 Orlvot News stand Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Monroe of South of the above goods Mis. Albino Brady; land her daughter, $70t) .' A marriage occurred at the parsonageof I
Tltusvllle.Messrs.. Town of Tltusvlllo tine lot In'
JULIUS corner the First Baptist Church last' Friday ,
KLlNIe.Titusville ,
of printed Mrs. A. D. Penney.
Note date expiration upon I 't
business section of town. Price $ \OO. I
Fla. evening, which was quite a surprise to
week. This James E. Alexander Is anxious
your paper or wrapper every Several: political and other articles;; Town of Tltusvllle !n) residence lots : the friends of contracting parties In
Is a receipt for your money. No need to get your vote on Tuesday next also Items from Kuu of
Uallle' Indlanola, west railroad! Price, b Ill each i Jacksonville and. elsewhere It was the
for us to send receipt for subscription. and you can read something about him Mr T. II Sanders of I Palm Bench and !( "
> Indlanols was other places came too South Lake :U miles west Tituavllte, marriage of Miss Elisabeth Blanche
The date Rives; It .to you. on our 4th page. in town Wednesday and Thursday late for this Issue. It Is Impossible to 40 acres, fronting on "land art hammockand Waters of Wlnnepeg, Manitoba, to .Mr

vg- Reading notice ads."are ten cents -:Mr. Wm. U. McFarland. whole with .-Mr. W. W. Ballard of Mime, was net printers. to put late articles In type part pine. Floe for oranges, Frank T. Ciiltons, of the Windsor Hotel,

line on this pane.! ton.' &; around town on Wednesday shaking There will\ be a Magic"' Lantern Entertainment vegetables and pineapples. Price, *:l1U.; > Jacksonville\ Rev W. A. Hobson performed m."
per .
hands with his many friends. at .lo llI1an'. Hall, Eau South l.ake..I". miles west of Titus the ceremony sod only a few ':' I
-Attorney Oeo. M. Bobbins paid Tallahassee Mass the 14th Inst. vllle. Part fine hammock, balance flue
on \ to-morrow lends were present. Mrs. Culiens, as 1
Gallle ( ;
Saturday) evening.
visit this week. Quite' a number of Tltusvllle people high dry with bountiful viewof j
a pine land
Miss Waters has been spending ths winter (
-Mrs. J. E. Lanouette, of Boston, accompanied Music by the Eau Gallle Quartette and ,
attended the big picnic at Cocoa lake. Good and
on orange vegetable In Jacksonville with friends and In .
-Dr. Flegel, wife and little daughter her Kenneth the Ladles' Quartette. Admission 15c.Mr. ,
by son, now
Tuesday. Candidates for public offices pineapple land. 1(10( sores Price $HOO.Hnollon '
this short time has endeared herself to a j j'
left here, Monday for Fort Pierce to remain at Tampa* visiting her brother Dr. G. 4
about three weeks. were there In force and Mrs. Orlando Q'lartfll'man.' Township 27 South, Range large circle. Mr. Cullens Is proprietor ,t
H. Altree.In Mrs. Lanouetto formerly resided -Mrs. Gen. N. Hatch wife of Rock of Chester Shoals, were In town on Mon. !I7 East; 42''' acres fronUng ou Indian of tbe Windsor Hotel and as suou, Is .
Geo. W. Scobie to leave Tltusvllle. .ilny and Tuesday having to town River and Morse Creek miles north '
-Mrs. expects ledge's popular' storekeeper will\ leave come 11,1'! known to thus bUlllneoa world throughout 4
Wednesday next for Norfolk' ; Va., -Mr. F. A. Losley, It Is rumored, Intends next week for Georgia on a visit of for the purpose of meeting their daughter of Eau U.11Ie. Splendid high land, fine the country as an affable energetic and /
10; join her husband for the summer.Mr. to relinquish the management of several monthss with relatives Miss. Mnile Quarterman, who has large quarry of Coquina rock, high dry thoroughgoing gentleman. \
the Jacksonville saloon, and return to been on a month's visit with relatives In and healthy. Fine orange and pineapple
and Mrs. R. C. Ileaton of Boston -Mr. D. G. brother D land. On Saturday last, at St. Augustine, the
his old stand In Titimvllle. Jacksonville\ Monroe MI' : Georgia Splendid: residence site. Prlqo, ;
have gone to Beverly Farms Mass. la nut the bonanza he thought It was. W. Monroe, of Tltusvllle\ stopped over $1.NK( tourist season terminated when the Hotel ,
Mr. Ileaton .is a member of Canaveral here from Wednesday until Thursday -A programme of the closing exercises Terms. wilt be made reasonable to reliablepinohosers. Alomar cloned\ after breakfast. This

Club. -Attorney R. H. Seymour, of Miami, en route to his turpentine farm at Os of the Cocoa public school has been Apply to Is the long-sea.on hotel of the Florida. '
GENTS Fl BNIStIINGS. was a pleasant: caller at this office on teen. received at this office too late for publi. D. L. OAULDKN, East: Const hotel Company being open I'
Line Hats Shoes Wednesday. Mr. Heymour-who has cation. It will take place at the Cocoa Or, TltusvllleKla." every season from November until )(a,.
Complete Clothing, -Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Prltchard have Opera house at eight o'clock this Friday
dissolved with (
partnership O. In
Attorney Each tile Alcazar has
grown r
Neckwear. Prices are right J, K. WM. A, WAJINOCK Jamaica N Y. year ;"
Walker fc Co. Titusvlll'e Fla: IMrll. R. Worley-was on his way to Kiaslm- moved into tbe residence they lately purchased ) evening. Everyone Interested In popularity, and this season( ban been the. ,
mee In South Tltusvllle and !Mr. and school matters are Invited to be present.Mrs. most prosperous since the hotel was 66n- J
James Prltobard and Miss Fan Mrs. J. Kline now occupy tbe Motlow A SERIOUS ACCIDENT: With the constant Chang In. '|
WE ARE RECEIVING vacated R. B. Wilson and the Misses
nie Budge left here Wednesday for cottage by the former.
the of the house the
creasing capacity
t
Every day something new In our Jeannetto Wilson
many Kate Zandle and
and F. T\
visit to Mr. Mrs.
Miami on a lines, Furniture, Diy Goods Shoes -Mrs. H. R. Jones, mother of Mrs. Frunkle Stewart Annie Jones and Flora Wednesday afternoon as the children demand has been such as to warrant. the 4
Budge, Fanny's parents. Millinery\ anything you want. Get Wrn. M. Brown of this place, writes Fulton attended the dance at Cooon on of Mr. and Mrs. F. loye were driving additions, and the annex bas been filled >( j\
-Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Rollins will\ give our prices we pay the freights. Call that he has arrived n.her home In New Tuesday night. Also Mr. G L. Man da- home from school George Bobbins Jr.. most of the time. In fact, at times this '*

a Heart Party this (Friday) evening In orwiltefor prices. J. R. Walker A Hartford Conn, and finds the weather vllle and Mr. Philip Wilgbt. They report the little son of Mr. and Mrs Geo. M, winter they were obliged to turn patrons

honor of Miss Lilly\ Geiger, Invitation* I Co Titusville, Fla. very cool after the delightful, weather a glorious time at the dance. Robblns, of 'fit uav lIh.', attempted to away. !'tlana/lerJr.ave8/ his efficient .* .
for which were Issued"' this week i she left In Tltusvllle.Mr. \ climb on one of the wheel of the wagon I ofllou force are always looking after tbe W ,
-Mr. Chan.. ,E. 'Irariern, brother of -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown and whlltt In motion when his foot slippedand uomfort of their !guests and tile .gre*"- j '
-A letter .this office from New York I :Mr. AI Trabern, a well.known musical G. S. Hardee of Rockledore. and Master :Mark Brown returned here on hU. right leg the ab'e' homelike surroundings have much
paused through
says: "The weather here Is good for the com noser of West 28 Ui street New the Misses Grace and tfaiide llardee Friday from Vv Inter Park, where they spokes. It :Is said he made neatly two to do with the lunge' number of season
first time We have had, bitter cold York now holds the position of assistant spent several days at the Spear Msnslnn, attended the Shakespearian\ play of "As revolutions with the wheel before the patrons each year, while transients

weather, and more snow, only a week postmaster at Jensen under Postmaster St. Augustine last week. !Mrs Harder You Like U," at Rollins College where wagon/ could bo stopped. Mrs J. M. always return at the first opportunity.

ago." J. S. Ke k.. went to Atlanta on a visit to herdaughter, Miss Louise Brown Is a student. They Oban. fortunately, was close\ at hand, Msnagor Greaves ,,11hae\ most of the

-Miss Lilly Geiger;: who has been -We acknowledge: receipt of an Invitation Mrs. L. Andrews. report a very enjoyable time. and Ihs little fellow was carried to the ollloe force with him at the Oriental '

teaching school at Tltusvllle this winter from the Faoulty'aud GraduatingClass -Mr. George L. Brannlntr, cousin of WHEN YOU WISH TO call home of Ms parents, which Is close to Manhattan' Beach, this/summer Inolud-
will leave for her home at Green Cove of the University College of Medicine !Messrs. L. C. and W. S. Brannlng, of the DRIVE where the sooldent occurred and Drs. Edward Clerk, ASH, Loomis, Cashier :
Springs:! to-lDorrow. but her many friends, Richmond Va., to attend their I. Tltusvllle has purchased the Interest of Robblns'upon Tltusvllle law office\ Livery for at rear of. B. R Wilson Hnd E. E. Hoi'Ins\ were Immediately Pvriy' and Assistant Room ClerkJ '
will be pleased to aee her here next win commencement exercises on Thursday Mr. A. S. Jlotsford In the business of a stylish uptodate sent for and In attendance. .Sweeney.. Mrs. K. A. Twombly I'
ter. evening May 12th. the A. S. Botsford Dry Goods Co., West all kinds rig.of double Leave your order for An lamination of the boy showed the housekeeper, end Steward John O'Con- ,
Palm Beach. Mr. Raymond it. Brannlng and single hauling; right leg to have been broken above the nor will also bo at the Oriental ss usual.
-Senator Quay says he was not benefited -Mrs. Tbos. Harbour passed through a former resident of Tltusvllle, has been Feed and sale stable a specialty knee, which the doctors at once fixed I, M. )Boomer will again manage the t
by his stay of a week on the Jersey I Tltusvllle on Monday, on her way to Installed a< manager J. M. OSIIAN, Tltusvllle\ Fla. and little George Is. getting along as wellas QunuVs Royal Hotel at Nlngaro-on-the-

coast lie should know by his experience Verona N. Y., after a delightful; winter -Mr. L. C. Banning Is having a neat olin be expected Miss Florence Col- Lake, and will have with him Harry
that he can only find ,health and spent at Eau Gallic. Her many Indian -Mr. A. R. Gladwin, who has. been picket fence placed around his mar, a trained nurse-sister of Mrs. Fatlotosh of the Alcazar force.
newS
.comfs>rt at St. Lucie, on Indian River, River friends will be pleased to see -her visiting his brother, Mr. S. N. Glad win. place of abode on Palm and Main streets Rollins-will arrive from West Palm .
Florida.-Jacksonville Metropolis.Mrs. on the East Coast next winter. of this place for several weeks left lie Is also
going to have orange grape- Bach today to take charge of tbs little 1
C. L. Wright; who has been on -The ADVOCATE force has been workIng Wednesday for Pittsfleld Mass, where unit and other trees planted on his. lot; sutTerer. THE WALTON BLOCK CO.
a prolonged visit to relatives at Green early and late upon job printing the be will\ make a two weeks' visit with his also rose bushes shrubs etc Mr. BranDing ANEW -

Cove Springs has returned to Tltusvllle\ past few weeks. We are pleased to note sister who will accompany him to, bill Is going to make his. place one of STEAMBOAT LINE.
ouch to the pleasure of her many that all our business men do not send home atHherburne, N. Y., where they the beauty spots of Tltusvllle.Mr. The Walton Self-Locking Block Co., .;
friends. She Is staying with her daughter to get their job printing done. will remain this summer. at 401& Atlantlo avenue, Boston Mans., .r
away Henry M. Flagler president of held directors' Friday( last ',.
Mrs. L. C. Brannlng at the corner Every dollar In town Is so much A 'eamh"at-and probably two will a meeting; on ,
spent -
;,
-The first story of the magnificentstone the F. E. C. Railway; Mr. J. R. Parrutt and the resignation; of Cape. Oeo. W.
of Palm and Main street.Cipt. given to Tit UIIYlIIe. "Help those who be placed on the river between Tltusvllle .
residence first
which
Is vice-president Mr. J. E.
being erected Ingraham
; \
Eldridge, president;IF. M. Trofton and
Is old nnd Daytona shout the first of
James Pritchard president of help you" a good motto. by Frank T. Budge on his recently acquire third vice-president; Mr. R. 'I'. Goff, her. Our loon I Informed Ssptem that< H. E. Ulauchard, directors; J. W. Heals,
the Indian Bank left here property on the west of general superintendent, and other ofllolals reported .
River State SEND YOUR MACHINE WORK AND portion this. Is but a"cretaryancl director; II. Loud, manager
not a rumor an assured fact.
Tuesday for Anstell, Ga., where there orders for Hardware, Building Material .- tbe Tuttle, reservation, Is now up and of the road stopped at TUusvllle\ s On this run the steamer, will through ; and Captain J. O. Walton, treasurer -
are some famous lithia springs. The Etc., to The Gen. U. Fernald the building Is beginning to assume pro. short while on Tuesday on their return pass ; were accepted.Balloting .
Captain said he did not know how long Hardware Co., Sanford Fla. portions. This will be one of the most from Miami Palm Beach and other parts a undoubtedly very picturesque, bncoine country an.llt will, for officers to take the place. t
he would be away-probably several handsome residences In the city when of Dads coun''). Mr. Fiagler was on an a very popular of the above then; commenced and ended
week -:Mr. John A. Fiske of the firm of completed and will cost several thousand Inspection of the railroad and other property route with tourists with the following result I
the Indian .Rlyer Fruit A Produce Co., dollars-Miami Metropolis.Mrs. ( and left on a special train, on an It will partly seam Ilk sold limes to see. J. O, Walton; president and supt. ,f
IF YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY Lotus. Fla, was among Saturday's inspection. of the Sanford branch, on his steamboats arriving and departing from (.'. U. Walton, vice president and secty. '\
along the East Coast Improved or unImproved northbound passengers, en route to his C. A. Robinson a prominent return to St. Augustine via Orange City Tltusvllle ; ,and this new enterprise will Edward Kills tre..urerand. manager.'
send full ,description price home, 2(11( West 8Stb street, New York, resident of Eden arrived here Wednes Junction and New myrol1. bring some of the old-time prosperity JI. Loud salesman. s
and terms. No charge unless I effect where the ADVOCATE follows. \Mr. day with her mother who became back to 1 tllnllle.A \ Geo. W Gregory, director.

'a sale. C. Buckman, Jacksonville\ Fla. *lsk-who will spend the summer In slightly deranged a short while ago, ow. prominent northern hotel man hal The Walton Self.LoeklngTsokle Block '
New York and neighborhood a log to a stroke of paralysis. She was THE PROGRESSIVE CULTURE also been casting. an eye over the Lund Iii
-Governor W. S. Jennings was a pa very III now largely '"erllo the United States .
the view of
enger on Tuesday's northbound train popular young man. He has a host of being removed to the Insane Asylum CLUB.The property with erecting an Navy yard at Washington, I>. O. '
eo route to Tampa. In conversation friends on Indian River, who will\ anxiously Chattahoochee, Fla., where the unfortunate up-to-date eltl-room hotel which I. badly Captain J. U. Walton had Issued to

with an ADVOCATE reporter the Governor look for his return next winter.A lady will receive the best of stten needed In Tltuslll With Its numerous him, on the fi'.h of April, two more patents '
said IIA had .from Cocoa. tlon from skilled\ physicians and experi Ladles' advantages this hotel mao considersa for new. Inventions tackle block., ''It
just come Progressive: Culture Club ,
the hotel In Tltusvllle
letter to ADVOCATE, yesterday eared and kind 'nllrsel. Miss Lizzie good up-to-date
where they had; a very nice .pleol"lI TltnsvIKe: held their semi-annual' election would be Investment. making fifteen patents on blocks ths Cap.
from Adjutant-General J. C. R. of the a profitable
one
did! not know how he would come out In Barber Asylum's practicalnurses on officers on Monday last. when Lain bits taken out. /
Foster who Is in St. Augustine : arrived in Tltusvllle Wednesday ----
the political race.; says Mrs. D. W. Monroe wss elected president The Scientific American, of April iJ, q.n
"1t was a great disappointment to me and left with her charge on the Mrs. B. K. vice. THE LADIES GUILD. 1004 says "J. O. Walton, Boston Mass..
-Mr. R. Paddlson, jr., who Is In that I was unable to be present with the early morning t.r.ln. yesterday Miss. Mrs.;D. B. Prltcbardsecretary Wilson president and treasurer ; Ths Invention In this Instance Is In the '"\ 4'
charge of the E C. I. A; S. Co.'s yard at other state candidates at the recent Barber also took Mrs Will. R. Walker Mrs. E. nature of novel tackle blocks, designedto '
E. sssistant
; Rollins secretary -
Fort Pierce, spent from Saturday until meeting at Tltusvllle and other places with her to Cbattahooche as she Is suffering ; and Miss Daisy Brady, librarian. The Ladles Guild! of 81. Gsbrisl'schurch provide a very compact construction s

\ Monday In town the guest of bis sister, along the East Coast. But unfortunately from a religions craze. Tbe Club laiD a flourishing condition Titnsville\ will bold a sale' of rs- of great power. In which the blocks may "
Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins. Mr. Fsddison for me, I have been quite 111, and sod recently added some fine new books reshments and fancy work In tbs Opera I be conveniently formed by casting, and
j I will leave for West Palm Beach the end thus prevented from making a veryactive Launch house on 12th. : In which the various
of Sale. to Its library, which Is said to be one of Thursday evening, Hal
; this month, to take tbe place of Mr. campaign. 'However I hope for the best libraries tbs East Coast Vocal and Instrnmentsl music will be are sufficiently I
, on
I II
Don C. Morris, who will return to Day. good: results'and thanks to the endorsement furnished during the evening under the log* against each .

" tone, to reside permanently.! of the ADVOCATE and the goodwill For sale at Neptune Fla., a 41 foot direction of Mrs. J. C. Denham. InK friction and

\ of my many East Coast Brevard.friends. "I Glass Cabin Cruising Launch Oft. 3ln.t One Hundred Men and Women Fancy articles will be on sale, and ice of the device"

lilacksmltu and Machine Shop. look for a good: vote from J. C.. beam t ; 201 n. draft. Has a new ((1004)) cr.am. bome-mad. cake and csndy. A
claim that Adjutant-General! -
Many fortune teller will\ be In attendance .
Rochester
Gas Engine, 24 horse gypsy
power.Boat The I'mrk
I R. Foster will win by a big majority and engine In good order. Boat Wanted for Picking Sorting and and there will be a fine flab pond I

, .Blacksmith and Wheelwright Machine I galley and toilet. Owner's reason for Packing Peaches Cantaloupes and Tomatoes for ths little folks. A jeoeralgood time

orks and Horse Shoeing done In first- Uardner's Flyers. selling, wants a larger boat. Price st our orchards In Baker and extended old. A cordial Invitations West Palm Beach' ;

class style. W. H..SWAIN A: Co. 2000. Aluchua counties. Good comfortable to every ons and admission Jake front, adjoining
Also a good, 10 b. p. Globs ED :fne. accommodations for living. Extensiveshipping will be free. Inlt men and others
Draylnjf. New white corduroy just In. 2
... Organdie-red,.pink, blue, green ISc. Add.ettber F. W. Yates 1 Elword Crops estimated to be from V: to 100 IMneapple Crates.We summer months Tltusvllle.'a
Scrub brushes, two sizes, ft and 15e. Building Rochester N. Y.; or Alex J. carloads. Write or apply to our oflloa, MBM. IDA :

Graying or hauling of alii I lade prompt- Scouring soap a. y. w., 4 for 2c.Tranp.rlnt I Goode, Neptune, Fls. ll-6t :2S, East Bar street Jacksonville. .
on Pineappleorstes.
can money
Griffin Florida Orchard says you
glycerine 10 13. 2Qc. Co.
> soap ,
attended to. Meets all trains. "Sto..ewOOd Write for delivered at '
Castile and barber's soap lOc.CRAB. )U-4t Jacksonville: Fls. us prices PHOTOGRAPH
for sale at all time.
Land for Sale. your slstlon. of AT
Brsntley,
)'.. H. IIoLTEX. Tltusvllle.Shoe A. OABD.TKR. : Titnsville Fla. W. A. MEBHTPAV Co., pointed Miss Ester i

For Sale at Georglana, Florida. ll-St: Pslatka, ,I.. ...me. local agent for ( 1

'I t Repairing. Are You doing North ? Choice 5 and J 10 acre lots on. tbe Peninsular Portrslt and Frame

between Waveland and Bewails Cleaning and Pressing. All orders given y
Point, fronting on both Indian and Ht. 15 acres Improved land centrally boa- of photographs and / 4

! 1 do aH kinds 0;;boot: and shoe repalr1 Do not fall to get; your tickets via the Lode rivers Also Improved place, and Led, frontage of 11 rod. on Indian River. urea will be

"" leg. and do not forget It. Opposite Jas. I popular Clyde Line from the agent, neat three-room unfurnished cottage to Contains fine young orange grove In All work done up-todate. Call and and work
t *ntchard A; Son. 'An>REW GIBSOT.Titnsville I I C. H. WALToN rent. Apply to C. U. RACKT, taring. Addre., T. IL CHAMBER, see me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor will be found at

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iii: ale of theo demagogue- man of action Irving' Bucliu Wafersare I I' An Aggravating Coush Cured.A 1---- Opaao .

; FOR ...-". rather than speech! who will perform a i rue remedy for all Kidney Diseases custbmer of ours who had been ALWAYS BE SANGUINE. a cold In 24 hours A modern

more' than he dares to promise;: from Its most simple form-pain In the for LaOrlppe. IDftllenr.ajCou/tb.: / .
UNITED STATES SENATOR fair to his foes loyal to his friends, back, to In, wont and very dangerous suffering from a severe cough for six Keep to eke Iflarhwur". aDd eh.a the I Urooobiils, Sore :

unmoved In defeat and equal In vic condition. ':"'Bright* Dloeane. We meanIt months, bought two bottles of Chamber- Back Alter of Life. Rheumatism. Purely vegetable easy

tory-a very rock /In the time of trouble when we say they will cure you, and lain's Cough Remedy from us and was Keep to tilt broad highways of bop I and pleasant to take and never alls to

VOTE FOR but modest and quiet when miccetis we would not say It If we bad not confidence eniliely cured by one and a half bottles and cheerfulness Expect to. succeed. give quick relief. Oj aao Is a small chocolate
In them, which Is the direct result will ..u"Ceoo.K'E'p coated tablet, and Is Mid at 25o a
In assured The service baa Think success and you
he their In of It. It /Rives perfect satisfaction! with boa; Red Cross Pharmacy Tltuaville.Agricultural .
of knowledge of cures
our
JAMES P TALIAFERRO done left him with wide popularity because out of the buck alleys of gloom
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'cases that seemed almost hopeless. Sold( our trade.-Mayues Parker A Co., Linevlllf -
he Is not a brass band Join tile proct-Hnlon ot
campaigner and pensluilgni.
at 60c a box; by Red Cross l>hal macy. Ala. For sale by all druggists and i .
WHOSE NAME 13 COMMONLY PRONOUNCED ; but the whole State will soon medicine dealers. the cheerful, the willing amt the bope- Dr........
know this worthy son of Old Virginia, Know the pleasure
/ ful. Be sanguine. The bollworm furnishes one of the
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AS IF IT WAS this. citizen of Florida, as Duval Coun A Mv l.lirlit flii ln ..._w. Appree lf lorn. of living. Enjoy the sunshine of hope. most difficult problems the agricultural

ty knows and honors and trllst.. him "Oh. yes I'viojHMHa nn office. said Wealthy I'utren-TUIs portrait doesn't Keep away from tile scavengers and scientists have ever had to deal with.
the "You hillY remember
SPELLED absolutely In\vjer.
young:
tlint you MIIW me bll'll1un/ alarm resemble my wife a particle not a par ragpickers' who Infest the back alleysof Not much WOK done by the agricultural -

4 ticle. life. Your pessimist la your scavenger department with shade grown tobacco

Warrant Every Dottle. clock the" other day"'Yes his friend. "You have. Artist-No; it Ooenn't look much like Tour ragpicker. lie may be a necessary the past neiison.
replied
"T LIVER.II If troubled with rheumatism giveChamberlaln'.Paln : to get up early these mornings eh?" her. but. oh.dear sir,,the technique the evil a boll as It were on the AnmerlclIn Milk: Gout Rreeden

Balm trial, It will technique! body social, but too mucb of him Is fa. association has been organized with
wake
me
not cost you a cent if It doe no good. "Oh. no. I use it to up _.
One application will relieve the pain. It when It's time to go home."-Pbiladelpbia tal. lIe never gave the world a smile. Dr. U. F. Tompkins of Newark N. J..

also cures sprains and braises in one- Press Irving')! Uuclui Wafers Ire never contributed to tile good cbeer president: W. A. Shafer of Hamilton,

ft : BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH third the time required by any other cure Scalding I Urine. Buokaolie Rheumatism of any human being. He never lifted 0., Bwrptnry. mid :Mrs. Edward Roby

treatment. Cuts, burns, frostbite, Prune Nervousness, Less of Flesh Sediment the gloom from any distressed soul. lIe of Chicago treasurer.

orFLORIDA'S quinsy pains In the side sod chest, In the Urine, Renal Calculi, Olabetes Is the antithesis of progress. lIe la tbe The port check men sure! no Important
and otber swelling are quickly nature's and all Kidney trnubleH Including In the evolution of life
glandular Purely vegetable they me pollywog which to farmers, la!! ngaln to be urged In congreHs. -
cured by applying Every bottle product and should be In every house Bright' Disease. They are purely a Is continually dragging backward toward _
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JUNIOR warranted. Price: and 50o. For sale hold. They cure constipation and all vegetable compound and act directly on the slimy past resisting the progress !

by all druggists/ and medicine. dealers.- disorders of the stomach, liver and' the weakened tissues: and blood vessel of development which must ,go on Maine I haM u fox fnrm that Is claimedto

I bowels. 100 wafers 2.1o. Red Cross of the kidoay nod urinary organ" Soldat be n Onanclul SUCCOSH.

: SENATOR- Caution. Pharmacy TitusvIlle, Fla. 500<> a box:, by Red Cross Pharmacy with Beware or without of the hfin.encroachment of the Ohio fanners are working for improved

-- ""Do you mean to my you didn't give n'_ - -- -- 'carping, pessimistic spirit. It Is a hardy: end enlarged equipment and

JAMES P. TALIAFERRQ was born that horse thief a trial by Jury?" ANNOUNCEMENTS.Under FOR REGISTRATION OFFICER.I plant. It take root easily in the mind buildings for the state university.STOCK .

at Orange Court House Virginia, Sep. "We didn't dare" answered Broncho and. like the thistle when once It gains
Bob. "It anything as unusual as a hereby itnnonnoe myself. a candidate for to IA.e
Is well
foothold It nigh Impossible
flloer, subject to theyotrvuusn a
tember 30th 1847, and spent his youth MM ortlcs of Registration
trial took place the whole town 'ud : this head wlll'appesr the announcemonnt May lurh, and I eminently solicit uproot It. but It cannot lire In an atmosphere
and tyoung manhood la his native wouldbe *of candidates for the various State and Yours truly,
turn out to nee It, and some one of sunshine and cheerfulness.
State. Countjr oflll... J, L. CARlU1rlf :'.... ,
sure to sneak In and steal some more Tbe ehaie for Insertion of announcement Therefore keep to the highways. BLACKDRAUGHT-
He Is a descendant of Robert Tails are over will to '
from until
now the primaries'
l ferro who came from England about horses. -Ex cbu nge.Qnlle SfV.OO/ ,an exception however being matte. lit the MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD. Keep out of the back alleys.-Exchange.
cane of thorn who seek. election ss County CommiHKloneri friends of A.J. Carter of Turnbnll
the year 1050 and setCl"+U In Kneel Pure. or Member of the County Hoard of have Tbe m.nr{ him tu become a candidate. for the -
Virginia! and who of the Public In.tr..ctloD who will be charged '2.6O ottlce of Member of Brevard School Hoard for
county was Housekeeper-You claim to sell pure
or ont half the regular: rate. the First District,and IM solicits the support of Women as Well Men
ap;
Blenheim branch of what has since milk. It Ie to be dlHtlnctl nmlerntnod that no announcement all his friend at the on May
will be ln.ert il wli,bout being paid MANY
become a numerous family: Mr. Tab Milkman (absentmindt'dly-Yes'm.) for In advamse a* we h"l/el..rn"I.rom, experience 10th. \ Vo'lKKS.To Are Made Miserable by and

laferro's father was Edmiiiu' Fondle absolutely. AH the water we use is filtered that this In the only I safe ml..

ton Tallaterro, a prominent physician and germ proof.-Philadelphia the Democratic Voter of lirevard County tI t Kidney Trouble.Kidney .

of Orange county who devoted his entire Ledger. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. respectful' announce my candldacyfof MOJber POULTRY.MEDICINE
of IMmrd of Public Instruction from the 2nd
life to the duties of hi* profession. To the Democratic Voter of Brevanl County district the coming democratic primary, and
In that vicinity. Deafness Cannot Do Curedby Having been honored by the voters of lirevard solicit the confluence and support of my fellow trouble preys upon the mind dls
Mr. Tallaferro was engaged in acquiring county with the ottloe of County Judge t now rttweus. 0. E. MIMS. sourages and lessens ambition; beauty vigor
local applications, an they cannot mime before you attain nollultlnut your support and cheerfulness
his education /In the note for re election,subject to the primary t-. lie holu ,1-t' soon
school of William Dlnwlddle, at Green reach the dlceasod portion" of the ear. May loth. If nominated and elected. I will en. To the Democratic Voter of Brevard County i ,10'(,:) disappearwhenthekl.lneys -
dnavor. to continue In the dtttcharice of he duties I respectfully I announce myself a* a candidatefor are out of order Stock and poultry lave few
wood when the war between the T here Is only one to cure Deafness :
way
the | *
with pw'du.A Instruction '
of aid ulllce fidelity to Member of the Board of Public diseased. .
States began and left the school In and that Is by conMlnuloniil' remedies. I>. P&NNEY.,; from he Second strict at the democratic primary or troubled ;which are not bowel and
1834, when only 17 year of age tc May 10th and will appreolnte the .nl'l>Ort Io Kidney trouble has liver irregularities. Blaok-
1 Deafness tit caused by an 1'irluned condition of the democratlo voter O. F. KNBtY.; '; l\ become so prevalent Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine -
enlist In the Confederate In
army of the iiniciiiiH, lining >.| the Eus- CLERIC 057115 CIRCUIT COURT. I that: It In not uncommon is a bowel and liver remedyfor

which he served until the close of the tachlan Tune W hun this tube gets In. To the Democratic Voter of Hrevaril County I .. \ for a chill to bo born fttock. I It puts the organ. of

war. Returning to his home after Named you have. a I inmb'luff Bound or I 1 hereby aiin.mno'mywlf a. candidate for To the Democrats of Brevard County! 1))\ist'', afflicted with! weak Kid digestion'in a perfect condition.
the surrender, he endeavored to re Imperfect bunilng, and when It Is entirely the utnue of Clerk 01 the Circuit Court at the I 1 respectfully announce, myself' a candidate. v \ neys. J If the child urinates Promim'ntAmerican breeders and
for M"r..i" the Hoard of Public Instruction
Iw held 10,1!**, and
dnmouratlo to May
sums and complete his studies, but cloned, Deafness. U the result!, and unless will appreciate\our: primary Mipport.Youin from Third District at the democratic. primary. _. : too often If the: farmer keep their herds and flocks
the misfortunes of war had made such) !Inflammation can be taken o"t roHlK-rtfully. ', May (nth, and will appreciate. the support" of tin urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child ht'althy by giving them an occa-

changes In the condition of the family mil tills' tube restored to Its normal con A. A. STEWART: taxpayers andvoters. W. D. EDWARDS Jensen, Fla., reaches an age-when it should be ablo Is diondl dose of Black: -DrauQht!{ Stock

that he decided to abandon his purpose illtluo, hearing will destroyed forever ; control the passage It Is yet afflicted with and Poultry Medicine in their

and enter at once upon the responsibilities nine cases of ten are caused by catarrh. bed-wetting' depend upon It. the cauco: of food. Any stork raiser may buys
of manhood. In the hopeof which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition To My Fellow Citizens of re..er,1 I County t FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER! the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first 25-cent half-pound airtight cano

bettering his own fortunes as well of the mucous surfaces. We will Yielding parts to of tho the wlfliei county.if,many I barely citizens annoumamvcelf indifferent I hereby announce myself as .a candidate; for seep should be towards the treatment of ( this medicine from his dealer

as those of his family. give One Hundred Dollars for any case : a. .a candidate. for the.oltlue.. the clerkof election Dlstilct' ,a subject*County ru CommiHeloner the action of the for democratic the First these: important organs. Thla unpleasant and ..keop.hi stock in vigorous
Removal to a more promising field of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot the circuit court In the continue; prlmnly t-lrn.. piluiary May 10.11IIK.J.. H. NAUMAN.To trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the health for week. Dealers generally
solicit all the vote of all
be cured Hall's. Catarrh Cure. unn.andearneatIy and bladder and
by kidneys not habit
than to a as keep lack-l>ralJltht Stock and,
was then offered in his native' who can ooitnolentlouiiy support me.
Send lot: circulars free. F. ''J. Cheeney most people suppose.:
B. K. WILHOJT. Poultry Medicine.: If yours docs
State be and the Democratic Voter of Brevard *
appeared to imperative County iI
,Ik Co., Toledo O. Sold by druggists, 75o; V/omen as 'well as men are made miserable not send 25 cents for a lam"'p1e'can '
Taltaferro came to Florida seekIng hereby announce myself a candidate for
young
Pills the with and bladder
Hall's Family are best. TAX ASSESSOR. County Commissioner/ from the First District' kidney trouble to the manufacturer. The
such employment aa might present subject to the democratic primary election May and both, need the same great remedy. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga
Itself, and finding It, as many I hereby announce myself a candidate frr the 10th, Itesueotfully yours/ The mild and the Immediate effect of ?Tenn.
E J "....... nf Tax AMMMibinp. nndIf elected' will give WM. R. WALKfcR. ,
another adventurous youth has 'done,, -'ii&; ; very ben i aurvlre' .pteslble.Yours ; ; .- Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It Is sold
at the very foot of the'Industrial lad respectfully by druggists 'In fifty-
der. Possessing no capital but health W. It. UANDER3. To the Democratlo Voter of Brevard County cent and one dollar ROONCLte O*.. Jan.SO, im

hop and a sturdy determination to Voters- Appreciating your support and cnnltdonce sizes. You may have a : : Nei w Black-Draught i the beat Stock I liver and tried.PoultryMedicine Our

win which has ever since been one o; To the D..mocr..Uo of lirevard County the post, and feeling I that I ban faithfully discharged sample bottle by mall bad when sent
the duties imposed. me, I hereby took was' looking yon
upon :
I his chief characteristics, he took. set At the iueHtoralarn niimlwrof mv frl"nd.; announce myself.. candidate. for re election free also pamphlet tellnom.. of swamrRana me tbe medicine and now they are.
vice as a lumber marker In a saw milla I hereby announce niyni" 'If m a candidate. for the I for County Commissioner of the !Second' District fog all about it. Including many 01 the gettingso flue. Theyarelooking3o:
ntlloe of Tax A..Beitor for lirevard enmity, *ub' and ask your united the primary housandj. of testimonial letters received better.
common laborer, wearing the .. Yours:: per 0'01.
j..ct to the action of th nemorr tie urlnmy to helel,1 respectfully,
roughest of clothing and living on the I ]May Hi, liKK. If elected I will fulfill the J. R. M1OT. from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer S. P. BROCKINQTON.J4L .
coarsest of fare He "graduate! owrl duties of the bitt,'. to the bent of my ability.Vour & Co., Binghamton N. Y., be sure and'
> reHiwcttnliy, mention this
thenco Into a Baker county login cak .1. F." MITCHELL. To the Demo.ratio Voters or Brevanl County t paper.

camp, with little Improvement In hit hrrehv oltermyself.s onmllclatd. for Commlssloner -- --- ---
condition but after some years 01. from the Third District. subfuct to J4MM JjL 3J? jL* U jLflt U
| I hereby announce myself candidate f"r TaitnxHaMirof the l.rlm..rylIl..y. 10, ls*>4, -ec:.,
faithful service for others he began llrevurd conntv anell'e.tctfully..* JOHN HOCSrOX.
.. to look out for himself. Having become licit the ,",.port and votes of all deuioorat at !
familiar with the lumber business the primary. to b t b"lellI"y 10, IWH. Frank Clark
IW.I 'ctrnll),
To the Voters of Brevard C.uintyt
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"from the ground up\ he addressed w. A. VARMKR.
The friend. of R. A.. Coukllng Hiinoiince him
himself to the attainment 01 -. for (bounty C'ominlHsion. from 'third Dlstilct,

the high position therein which he To the Deirocratto Voter of Itrevartl County subject to the deniocrti'.lo primary.To .

t soon achieved and which proved t I hereby announnti myself a candidate. for tax I
be the safe basis, of'hls later succesa amiemiur. .and rv"|iectrullv auk tin mipmirt of all the Democratic Voter of Brevard County t CANDIDATE
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of my demorratlu friends In the coining prlmcry.
During the strenuous of his
period lieniitrtfullv. HavliiKbeen. urged by team voters and taxpayers FOR'CONGRESS
growth as a man and a citizen, Mr. '. A. MtiMILLAN." to become a uoniiidato for reelection' Ihe..by t"s
announce myself a* a cnndldate for
Talluferro while making, no pretensions County. Commissioner from the 4th Districtsub ',
as a politician, became profoundly FUR BHERIPF. Jeer to the action of the democratic primary of '
Interested In the political events o of May in, 11)04.) I will apprexilme the<< ni>| ort of y FROM THE
To the Voteti at the Democratic Primary.I democrats. JOHN C. JONES.To .
the ltmes, and passed the
through trJ'
I respectfully announce myself as a candidate
ing scenes of the reconstruction period nomination: to the oltlue of would Second Disrtrictof
shoulder to shoulder with some thank yen all for \our support" at the primary, the Voter of Hrevard County i (
of Florida's bravest and worthiest May 10, im. Respectfully. yours. In compliance with the expressed wish of \,
spin J. p. BROWN. of the voters of Hrevard I offer
Its, helping to bear the burdens of the n._____ many county Florida vU
._ myself for the otllce of County'omnties uner'lor
trial of Democrats charged with violations FOR TAX COLLECTOR.To the Fourth District for the ensuing year. If Iam
elected will use my est endeavors' to carryon
of Republican election laws; and the Democratic Voters of Krevard; County i the business of, the ,county honestly and fair. Sellcll Your Vole and Support
on one occasion find In C. M. BROWN ly. respectfully. solicit and Influence.
was contemptfor I hereby announce im.self ts a ondl cheering in open court a, verdict the nmceof rax "nlhvtnr of Hr..vard County. Resptcifullv: yours, In the Democratic Primary.ON .
suhjvrt! to the action of the of acquittal In one of those trials. solicit\
lie
The People's Candidate for to ha held !May in. 11104. 1 earnestly the -
served the Democracy with unwearied of all friends.
support\ my
enthusiasm and rare fidelity' without GOVERNOR\ OF FLORIDA. E. W. HALL. The taxpayer of the Filth\ District hereby announce FOLLOWING PRINCIPLES:
J F. Bull as candidate.. f ir the ulllce of
a thought of personal reward during County CommlKHloner from the Fifth District,
the subsequent years of Democratic: FOR I'ROSKCUTINO ATTORNEY.To siihuct| to the action of the democrat! primary

rule, and to such good purpose that h.. 56 YEARS A CITIZEN OF the Democratic Voters of Krevsnt County : to be held Mny. Id, 11104. TAXPAYtHS.

1 became the choice of his fellow Democrats THIS STATE. At the solicitation of many friend.. I have
finally\ decided I to become .candidate. for the of. FOR STATE SENATOR.I .
as a member of the State Exec floe of Prosevuttnir Attorney for this oouniy at Opposition the Trusts.
utive Committee, of which body he the next democratic prlmarv. I renp >ottully... hereby announce myself as a candidate at
your sill.rort, Yours truly, the api-roschlntr primary. .'...tlon. for the democratic Favors Income Tax.
_ was the chairman for several years.In O. A. FROST.Tu nomination tor State r-enator. rom tbeThirteenth .
1871 Mr. Tallaferro was married A Soldier Under General R. E. : Senatorial District ol Florida.

to Miss Jessie Hardy of Norfolk. V.., X.. from First to Last Day. My Ueit'oeralio Friends: .! *. M. HUDaON.Tlhbals. Perfection. Inter-State Commerce. Commission.

and establishing a home in the city ol -
to the of voter.' Federal Aid for Good Roads..
Jacksonville has since resided Yielding urgent request many I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
ever
I I now announce myself se a eanddate( for the n1. State Senator subject to the primaries or ;May
there. Success came to him as the floeof\ 1'I'<-'IIIInor Attorney for this county sub. 10th, and I axle for the support of all my friendsIn Duty on Egyptian Cotton.
due reward of Intelligent effort and Carries four "Yankee" bul- ject to the action of the democratlo prlmarv. to Dade and Brevard countlv
up : be held on the loth day rf May HH 4, and solicit Your re.pectfnl1'I.! r
I right dealing with his fellow men lets as a gentls reminder of youf klncl."PllOn. RennectfuUv. !\ 8. SAMS. Rural Mail. Delivery. -
and honors sought him. He became I M. GO .bSM ITR.(

president of the First National Bank that great bloody straggle. I FOR R1tPRE8E\TATIVE. Ample Appropriations Suwannee River.
of FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN18TRUCTION. -
Tampa
member
a ot the Florida I
To the Democratlo Voter of Brevard County
State Board of Health and vice president I hereby offer myself before the democratic; Military Park at Olustee.
of the C. B. Rogers Co. Unspotted i I hereby announce myself ** a candidate for primary as B candidate f..r Representative In
I THE FRIEND OFTHE ..the oflio of Superintendent of Public Instruction the next legislature. If elected I pledin, myself f'Jte'ei
by prosperity, he has lived a for Hrevard county, .ubj-otto the decision In all respects support the will of tie people ir-yi r iiT gi rc jt't" yt87'71w
life of sobriety and aelf-control, never PEOPLE. of the deuuMratIo prima ry. I and to serve Brevard 1 county to the bent of my
I JOHN R. WALKER. ability. CLAUDE OL IHEAII.
for the past twenty-four years having
iIrsKIDNEYcUREferaSUdnat.afe.
touched intoxicating liquors. STATE ATTORNEY

His election to the United States To the Democrat of nrevard County.BeleFScandllateforCounty M. aia/oe ". .+ kid't' eve etod fhddet. sl/ght
MATPOBM.: .. 1 respectfully announce my candlnacy for the
Senate In 1899 HIS : Superintendentof
was an event of more of 8tt" Attorney of the Seventh Judicial
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than ordinary significance. In Circuit of Florida subject to democratic
the
ladles and the votes of the men. In .
the primary
place of exciting scenes of stubborn The farming and laboring election' ..... 10th If norolnateil. I prouiis* to a nomination clean and fearless on May administration to 1904. offer of and the pledge duties IF YOU WANT A...

contest which had characterized simi men Ms tInt consideration. bit, In fact,your faithful andof 1ientserZanL'' 01.I he above honorable office and respectfully. ) -----
Jar previous occasions, there was a solicit tbe support of theeleotorsof the Seventh

calm, quiet, yet determined concentration GOOD WAGES FOB HONEST Judicial Circuit Florida Orlando
FOR COUNTY SURVEYORI JOHN C. JONES, Fla.
of political forces In his direction WORK.: .Building Lot
hereby announce myself u a candidate for -
which resulted in his. election on the reelection to the olttc* of county surveyor forHrerartt ..
first ballot taken separately In the respective LIBERAL PENSIONS. Liberal county and respectfully solicit the I hereby respectfully announce myself a* a ,
vote and support of all democrats the coming candidate for the office of State's Attorney of
houses of the Legislature on School POLICY. The Pri- prhnarleaMay lOtb. Yours r ,.. the Seventh Judicial Circuit, subject to the )T a lot; with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
the 18th of April, by a large majority J. .RIIa.: action of the democratic primary.
and the formal declaration of a mary. The :Railroad Commis CECIL O. BUTT. Orlando Fla. LAND: FOR AX ORANGE GROVE

like result on the following day in sion. Hard Roads.: Econom- FOR COUNTY TREASURER.: STATE COMKTTTEKUEN': PINEAPPLE PLANTA.TION'orTRGCK OARDE,
the joint session when he received 49 Friend I
votes ical Administration. Payment To My for I hereby offer myself for re-election a*Member Va probably have for sale just wbat you are _kIDg.
a majority of 29 and a plurality I kindly ask your support Count Treasurer
the State Executive Committee) for Brevard
of )
of 22, of those present and voting of the State Debts. Regulation ,al the primary Yoon election.,"I"May. 10, wo*. count, and solicit the yule of those who are Settlers are flocking la bat still there is room. U you an
Commenting the of Criminal and JOHN HK satisfied with my action on the)prevent commit.W. .
F upon event the Corporation >-RY. looking this way drop a line to
Tlmta-Unioa and Citizen. of April 20 Trusts. W. J. TUCKER. .

uttered the following remarkablebly FISH AND GAMK WARDEN JAS. E. INGRAHAM. 3'dVice-Prf.Ident,

fulAiled: t hereby an..nee myself u S candidate for JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at
(yropl>ecy. which has been so remark. A MAN OF DEEDS.: 1M offloe' o* Fish and Oaaw Warden this office reasonable rates. Give JLORIDA EAST COAST JTY

-The. whole past life of James P.a1J&2.lt.mia May the.action ItftU. of lbs democratlo T. A.nrlm.rr KUBIN8ON., u, bTjwld us share of.your work. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA

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I' yr f8satonal.Carda.. Sal| bill for'this purpose was introduced COINS OF THE PAST. .':I .. '1: '!1 I

)u& 5 O TALIAFERRO'SRECORD by MhTallaferro In the 56th Con. .

gress. and passed the Senate but was (loud Plv.. TUnlV,_ (One Com It's : / II

G EO. )f. BOBBINS, IN THE defeated, In the House. At the next ..on. bat .%r. Mow hardly Seen, .\ I I
session he Incorporated Its
provisions IttK-i-iit mention of the (iisappeurauee

f I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR l I UNITED STATES' SENATE in another or general pension bill then of tin .'_'.;:>o ,.oil! 1.1t.i st- frtyu eircuidtloll '
and it went through both 1 1
pending
,
AT-LAW. and the pro-ilium: this coin i-ouinmmN
''
BRIEFLY STATED.Free Houses in that shape becoming a law. !
t Will practice In State and. United States as u curio hut set iiniiiy to runmiuKiuK .
in ort pocketlionk and 1 bottoms>> of vnali 1 :
Court. 4 Indian War Claim.
Delivery. Route. boxes and 1 drau'el't4' In tttiiruU of xld or For
So much has been published con '
Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA. 500 & Br his efforts Senator Tallaferro cerning Florida's ancient claim first out of time i-oiiiN."' Souu have. f/tuml, nit .

--- a FOR WOMD secured the establishment of a number presented In the Senate by Senator, $ O pit-it1 I but not !iimpy. Tin W ,

'n L. GAULDEN, WHO CANNOT BE CURED of Free Rural Delivery Routes in Yulee. In 1859 for moneys expended pi<<'8. OIUH 'quite common but h\ ii.vs n

jJe Backed Florida and of postal sub-stations in In the payment of troops and other sort of curiosity. la oftener (found and
up by over a third of
a century the suburbs of the City of Jackson
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW WililY have Hixvliiu-n of the little gold
of remarkable and jmifonn cures, a wise In suppressing the Seminoles In
ville.
will practice in all the Courts of the State record such as no other remedy for the the years of 185G and 18S7:\ that little coin ivpn'Mi-iitlnif: :S5: i-oiiU and :ill Ii
diseases and weaknesses be ot its contx which \t'it not minted by the
peculiar to need said earlier history ,
and the United States Courts.
Florida, .
Florida.As You
gt Fast Mall to !
women ever attained the 'proprietors of with which all Floridians are familiar. government and probably have not HO
235. T1TU8VILLE FLA.J. member of the Committee on
1,0 Box Dr. Pierce' Favorite a much
Prescription now When Mr. Tallaferro entered the gold la them us they rcprvseut.'t'hey
feel Post mces and Poatroads, Senator Tal-
fully warranted in offering to pav Stnate-the previous efforts .of the lined to puss as coin, but vveivru
WEBB $500 in legal of laferro succeeded In having an amend
,, money the United
: State's ,' In
representatives) In the Congress v r general circulation being no '
States for ment the Committee to tll
any case of Leucorrhea Female reported by
U. -
had resulted in having the Secretary easily lost that t.'.'
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Weakness, Prolapsus or Falling the clause of the bill providing for a / they stem ;.uiu'
of Womb which they cannot cure. All Fast Mall Route from New York to of War make and state an account scureo. Ont, o", Hit handsomest colt .

Will practice la the Courta of the 7th they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of Atlanta and New Orleans, for the ex. showing the respective amounts relics seen Is u $ld K. ''d piece l bearing i ",

Circuit. Tas.es paid for non-residents their means of cure. tension of similar fast mall facilitiesto mutually due from the state and from the mint stamp of l't\ln.\ l \ It' Is larger "" \ "

and rents and accounts collected. The Vice-president Independent Order ,Jacksonville without additional the United StatesYith a view to ,.I than the proHpnt\ $10 |pll>l'P. Tin1 owner DRINK :, '3 it

Ttrusni'i.Bt: FLORIDA. of Good Templar compensation to the railroads. T the successful advocacy of the claim, bas It hung In n band ami wears It usa 1 \',

An experience which-man v women nave wn. bill all thus amended passed ,the Senate he planned for a place on the Com charm Oil hi* watch chain. ,Tl\e own "

D. rENNEY, 30th related Street by ,Mix New Agne York Subbing City a.*,follow.of oat SaM n I but the provision for the Jack mittee on Claims which he secured. er says lie'rcfmed an oiTcr or $lO; for 'T- ; \

A, had very poor health for a year. until: life Bonville route was stricken out In the Alter, many months of careful studyof this relic. The old octiiKonal $."*> pities ta It/r/ ,
looked dark and dreary to of .
me. Had headaches House. the details the claim and the existing
were quite common in California In
backache nl.to ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, pain mv steep w** .
In which
situation he had the
-
broken and fitfulI longed' for health Tried early days when Jthl.hu.t was larxely I'I
Trrcsvit.i., '. FLORIDA. evernl medicine but none were of any lasting Pension Committee Work. invaluable assistance of Hon Wm. D.moxham. used
benefit until I took Doctor Pierce. an a circulating ineilliiiu. They I'I I I
Favorite who furnished much of the _
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th Prrocription. I noon readied that I As a member of the Committee on wore made of pim gold it ml, while
had found the right remedy. It helped nature Pensions, Senator Tallaferro had In hit data and probably knew as much I f
had not the '
Judicial Circuit. to throw off the nokioii that saturated they elt-tiant llnl"h of the
the
about the matter other
personal charge the pension Interests as any person
removed all ,
-1. jynteni. pRinK and itrengthenn! gold Colas minted l h y the governmentIn
digentlve organ, and brought the road of of citizen of Florida. Georgia and living-Senator Tallaferro decided:
health back to my cheek. Title medicine If tie these day, 1111111'1111 remember '
FROST, taken South Caroline The records of the that best way to secure favorable
G.A. oec.lonlllly'kee""* the avatem in perfect them the hnmlAouioMt inns
as they eversaw.
.
condition: helping to throw off the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and comenuencei. bf emponure to dampneaa. I fully he performed this duty to the amendment to the Omnibus' Claims Many I |icopl now would consider t

Will practice 1n all the Courts of the,7th am"Favorite pleated to give Prescription"it my endorsement makes" weak people of all these States, his reports bill, then pending In tale House and In them tbE'III.New'ol'k Iiiiiulsouio on amount of tho $>*K) THE GREAT '

upon pension claims therefrom 'being which embraced a large number of Tribune.
Women
Judicial Circuit. strong! sick women well.
Ac.
cept no substitute for the medicine adopted by the full Committee in prac claims Involving the Iterests of nearly HEALTH DRINK.

TITUSVILLK, .. FLORIDA. which works wonders for weak women. tically every case. Besfdes this work, every State in the Union. He accordingly -

Dr. Pierces Common Sense Medical he Introduced and aided In the pass offered an umerAlmont to fOLEY5110NEY TAR'Oure.

G. A. FROST. t WADE: U. JONES. Adviser acntfree on receipt of 21 one- age of a large number of private pension that bill, making provision fof the Pneumonia .'
Prevents GOOD
"IN
Golds THE ,
cent stamps for the paper-covered book bills for Florldlans. payment of the claim. In this policy, tOLD

FROST & JONES, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound.: Ad. C i and throughout the entire course ot .
.1.1It
dress Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo N. Y. SUMMER TIME
Cuban Cypress Tariff. legislation In the matter, he had the FLORIDA'S FAMOUS TRAINS::
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REAL ESTATE AND -
INSURANCE TRU8TWCmrHY'UJoNTLE--- When the War Department had military united and enthusiastic cooperationof ,

Loans: and Collections.. ';.1".TANTItD-A men or ladv In each county to manure: control of Cuba the provisional the other representatives of Florida

linslnpnK for an old established. himnaur tariff then existing for the Island In the Congress.!
TirusviLi.E: FLORIDA. solid final. >ml, ufa'iilinff. A gtratght bona ode. classed lumber cabinet From the beginning the delegation
weukly *a,arv of(18 ou iiald by ohnck each Munda cypress as
< with a.I expen o. direct from h""qllarterll.lOII"Y wood* whereupon the duty was absolutely encountered active and determined opposition "Chicane &. Florida Limited"ST. rEM -'
G. A. WOBLKT. R. 11. SKYMOUR.TTITORLEY : ..vi advanced, for ex lien..... Knolose ail- prohibitive. Senator Tallaferro from other members who represented .
d'ee.edenvelope. Manager, SIlO) Caxtun Hklf..
A SEYMOUR l'h lea.... ( appeared before the Department claims embraced: In the bill.

and successfully argued for a change. By shrewd and bold Insistence upon AUdUSTINK< !: JACKSONVILLE,

Notice. in the tariff by means of a rulingof his rights .as a Senator and upon the to ClltCAUO and ST. LOUIS. "',
ATTORNEYS-A T-LA W, the Department, whereby cypress rights of the State Mr. Tallaferro succeeded la delloloim, refreshing( '
Do a !general practice In State, and Federal .Thus train I is operated aver the shortest lln*
19 HKRERY OIVKV THAT I I'>. lumber was rated the same as pine In neutralizing such opposition butwnun lit AUKimtliie Jui'kiumvtllo' ('I Iniiroanil made I
Courts.. Special attention givento NOTICE to apply to the Judge, ; of the Circuit lumber, greatly to 'the advantage of In the Committee and the Senate notably Ht L'eie/ and alTonl the qnlukmc uueiluln beverage( fromripe
Court In and for ttravanl. Honda
,
admiralty practice. on the 3Wh day "I May 1IKM, or County an noon thereafter Florida manufacturers and exporters In the case of a prominent Sen by nearly two liourn., Saw Palmetto flurries Absolutely free .'t

FRISSELI. BCIL'DINO -' MIAMI, FIA wt prautlu..ll... for a lloHnne to manage, thereof and of all persona connectedwith ator of another State who feared that Thin trill I I. the standard .,f in-r rent Ion in |paaeengor.ervlve -
take. charge or and aontrol all my I.rorty i anilti the ,ooimlmlnitfif Pullman. Vimtilmlutl from l'ernlolou.luumful drug Motto
I the cypress lumber Industry In allowance of Florida's large claim 11
become a free dealer Drawing n.oni AleepniK Compartment, IHnlilKol
STEP n EN E. FOSTER, 100 EFFtk.ALIhRM1N.Notice.; l the State. might endanger the chances of his >M,rvi Ion Car*. tlmulatua the Liver, flushes the K1Jnej .

own. By carefully studying the merits Leaves AiiKimtlnaTitMfa.nl.i Ja"klll"vllI.

A TTOKNEY-A T-r.A W.: Florida Appropriations. of this opposing claim he was pre 8,411, a. in. Arrive (lilunga 4:10 1 p. 111.1) Ht .l.miln ., act directly on the bladder.
pared to dlsctoae Its weaknesses had 1 :k)01>, in. ,
Dyal.Upchurch Building! Jax. The work accomplished by the Florida this been necessary; but this claim -0- Makes thane organa perform their function
delegation In Congress, In the mat-
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. THE CIRCUIT COURT IVjfAND FOR was defeated and the opposition to the
ter of securing for "The Dixie natural
appropriations In thereby keeping
IN Hrevanl. ,County, Florida.; ..,_.. Florida claim did not materialize. Flypr"JACKSONVILLE a way,
Florida. Is already known to every resident
VT S. BURNHAM, M. I). John R Walker. John R.Allot.John O. Joneii, ( of the State.In Nevertheless other obstacles Inter- : to CH1CAOO and the syStem In perfect and healthy con+
R A. Colliding and J. F. Ilell." "tie and in their posed. The bill, which originated In
rapacity .an County CoinmlrHlouen of Brevard round figures the State has been the House was amended tn the Senate ST. LOUIS. III tlon,
County, Florida, the gainer by the work of the delegation
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, V3Margaret I to contain a provision for the pay. Pullman Veitlbuleil. hrawing-reom, Sleeping'
Uoixle. over Four Million Dollars ((4, ment of the "SelfridKe Can, from Jacksonville to C'hloaKO: and. Ht LouUvia. .
Ear, Nose and Thront. )00,000)) ), which Include Rivers and claim for Tltuin, Manon Atlanta Chattanooga. ,(Lookout .
To Margaret no nle anil toall pernon"tntereatei moneys lost In building ships for the Mountain)unit Nanlirllln, r$' I
Harbors Indian War
Claim
WEST PALM BleACH, -" FL kIDA. In or hivi K lien upon the following de,- Pensions. Government during the Civil War. ,
crtbeil property to wit that trot of laml lylni Public Buildings and Light Houses T.oavCJnnksnnvllleemap.m. A rl'lYe Chicago
In Jlrova..donllntv. Florl'la to wit Coinmunn- The people of Florida\ have been benefited The House refused to concur In the gIO: a. .11.1|Ht. Louis T a. in. th. umiontl, iimrnlnir.Vnr .
1I0UG T01'i"$ InK wh-n the north line..f the northeant quarterof amendment, and asked for a confer. Sleeping' our renervatloni for alllior the -Sold by- I. It
DR. the north wont quarter of Section 11.T<.wn.hlp over $7.00 per capita. ence. The other Senate above trellis' or any vtbvr Information, write or I
28 H, Range k.. IntemecU the water. River run thanes want alonir north line of said 'J being Involved in the conference, Senator Red Cross Pharmacy .
TI-OATINQ DENTAL. APARTMENTS ineiitlniieil ijtutrter, noine toohalim. / to the w... Cuban Cattle"Duty Reduced. Tallaferro and his colleagues labored 5. J. WALKER, riaT.M.Nniihvllle jrent. I ,
I line of said quarter; thence run smith alon the .
, on the '''Dent08'". iilidiTlHlon line 40.attains to the"onth went corner Senator Tallaferro arguing" before with the conferee for the salvation Fla Titusville, Fla., ,
I of the southeast of the northwest : : Went Kay St. JanlmnnvlllH
quarter the of the bilL
Committee the advocates of
'qll.trer Maid ectlou.oil. thnnce run Seat on on Foreign Relations, .. .. _.
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vOWAT DAYTOSA. the claim -- -- -- --
Selfrldara -- -- --
--- --
: having
the subdivision line 10 ohxlna, Lance mn north accomplished a benefit for Florid threatenedits ,
l2/t chain*,thence enut, 1H cb'Ins more or le*. to .Mock gruwvra___uu__ which they will _nut_ ; soon_ _, defeat If that cialmn t"l-n-: .

F. E. BUCK, the the waters waierii: of edge Indian northwesterly: River, thence to the lueaurierlnff point I orlieKlnniiig forget. The Committee was consld eluded Finally Mr. Tallaferro suggested Lee& Bryant

: ,excepting about twjao.-Bn belonging. ering the reciprocity treaty with Cuba that the Selfrldgn Claim be referred '

Stockton fe Budd Building MalnnSt. to K W. OoiHle.' I and by an amendment which bl for settlement to the Court of
,
You are herxtiy notllleil to be and appear In offered and Claim In a separate ASIIEV1LLK N. U.
the circuit Court In and for llrevard county, ably advocated, the wor > measure and this ,
Jacksonville. Rooms 15, II?, 17. Florida at the rierk's nltlce upon; rule dap In "Cattle" In the enumeration of products solution of the controversy being accepted '

DE .TIST. June how what Iwiiift:interest the 6th you day have or June In the A. D.above IIHM dencrlbeil to. to be affected by the treaty was opposition was withdrawn, the Q..on.ora.1: Colmmisllelioxa: : : Morcahantel.: .

Crown; and land,and to ehnwoanm why 20 feat right transferred from its position in the Conference Committee reported the WE FoOUCl'J' SIIIPMENTS OF
BrldgoWork; of way for a public road should not be taken. clause providing! for a 20 per cent re bill favorably with the Florida claim'intactt -

Porcelain Inlays over tiled nalil in land thin an cause preyed. In the the(Flalutlir1 Clerk' otllre* petition lor duction to that providing for a 40 per : ? and the bill became a law. ::Ei'Et.UZTS:: trio V G1'I'I .:: X.. S:3.

,' HlK'clas; Plate work. the unit of ihePlHlntlrTaasarlKhtof way for a cent. reduction, thus reducing the tariff Shortly afterwards the Governor of

--- public foal or else' tie forever barred.Ord..ed on animals below 500 pounds In Florida was enabled to go to Washington -WE MAKE rJIOMFT RETURNS. 10
the Clerk's ofttce at Tltn Tlle, (
}OLEYSUONEYANDTAR Florida, tills at_the lath: day,of April A. D. IUU4. weight from >$2 to $1.20 each and on and receive the warrant. RXFRhICNI.'JtIt: r flattery Turk Hank, Aihevllla, N, tJ,; Bank of Hender.onvllle, Her

(Seal ('t. Ct.) A. A. 'T WAKT, animals exceeding that weight from demouvllle, N, V.I| Dunn and lliaditireet Commercial, Agencle '
f!!!.thlt cough and h.al.luDIt. D L. OAtiLRKM Clerk: Circuit Court. $5 to 93.Improvement.
Atfy for Complainant. 6une-8t| California Prune 'Va fer". .. _. ._ _._ .__ __ ._____ --_4
I J... ......_" ...... I Cure liter diseases and all stomach
of the St. Johns River. tronbles; they act gently 'but
surely, MASON: : M. CLARK:
Application for Divorce. The large appropriation the Improvements strengthen the bowels and stimulate _

I of the St. John. River and them to healthy action. UX) wafers 20c.

providing for the dredging of the chan Ked Cross Pharmacy Titusville.live. 110 Murray Street and 100 West Street, NEW YOPK.
CIRCUIT COUKT OF THE SEVENTH net, secured through the concerted
IN Judicial Circuit of"'lorlda, liravard County,
In rhmcery action of a harmonious delegation .oo a.

Annie Neal reaches In Its Immediate effect many "u..'" /II 111"1'11/1'" :/ ,>' WI'f'"I',,' Produce Commission Merchant
For Divorce, Fruit and \
Oeorc vs Neal.I)J IJJtl/ counties and numerous towns that will "'''hnt IlIlIk,'" you think *<.'/" e

D..rv. your confidance. ItahhearingbytheBill j I of'nmplaintexhibit.' be benefited through an improved "He nnm-li-d Miss 1')0101") Hot, slid 1
They have n.v.rguildwon't ed and flleil In add canaianil the anidavlt of
fall now. :oomplaldefendant ,,*solicitor: that I the wheraahouta of waterway and incidentally the entire Wile trying to get her MyselfCbluugoPost.
Sold by .11 d.derL ,George Neal, Iv not known tha loom, State will share In this Improvement.This SPECIALTIES j 'i
1.04, ,eeAr. Aanupatp.ld / plalnant' nllotnr han need. all mean in his will open up a new avenue of I II
to lint said defendant, and hat he his. ;
.. kiMii power absent. for mora than. ilxty ((110)) day next commerce, thereby affording Inter Florida Pineapples, Oranges Grapefruit,
0.M.FERRY dt 00. preced.ngthe.pplloatton' I for order ot public-| : State shippers the benefit of competition l. I,'
Detroit,Mbh. tion that -dddefendantweeareeldent I of thin o CeniS
which will Inevitably In
eoimtv and itate.Hiit result Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
be I I. over the agent twenty-one year. and better service and still further reductions tt

that there I i.no person. within the state of Florida In rates of freight on goods com ---_---- --- -_._._...-.,-_-......-_ ---_-_---_-- ] '
V of whom would bind
the ervlc+ a subpoena upon
The said itofendant.. Ing into M well as going out of the '
Largest and Most ComDlete Now, you the aid George Neal, ns an.I.I'...... State.
Establishment South. before the Judge of our Court on the i knd day of Eight cents a pound is F. Huhlman& Co-: t,1:
May, A. U. IWI4.) Mid dar being the ant Monday
In said month to anawer maid Bill of Complaint, Cotton Crop Statistics. what woman paid {for /
6EO S. HACKER &: SON or a decree prooonfemo will he entered again When the Senate Census Committeeof a young ::161 Washington ) I NEW YORK ., .
will be allowed to 8t'l
and the complainant pro
you
orml 1 ex : laid cause.It the 57th Congress was considering twelvq pounds of flesh. \M,: Murray | N. Y. l
I further ordered that this notice be pno*
tinned* In t e EAST COAST AIUTOOATC. _, a rows oa the bill for the establishment of a She thin and weak and .
was 4j
per published lo add! county on... a weekor. : permanent Census Bureau, the aggregate

tiling four consecutive of tbl Bill.week from the time ol the of the appropriation: required paid one dollar for a bottle ofScott's Oranges Pineapples

W Iln_the Honorable Minor .H. Jones. Judge therefor looked so large that Republican ,
of ald court and the seal of said. court In open members of the Committee pro- Emulsion, and by take ,
Florida, this Mtb day of
court In TttiMvllle,
March A.D. ISO*. posed to rfeduce.lt by cutting out the had '
MI10B8 JOXtH: amount provided for the collection ing regular doses gained and Florida Fruits Our Specialty. 11

(Ct. rt. Seal) Judge Circuit Court. and printing of crop statistics. Sen. twelve in before
pounds weight
F.J.. W&Bi ,Bolictor for Complainant. ator Tallaferro vigorously protested W. represent several of the largest shippers In jour stale, and wish to represent ,rt i,

against this, declaring that it was the the bottle was finished. '
yon also. Give u* a trial shipment. Established .10 years., ;
Masters! Sale. one feature of the bill calculated to '

benefit the Southern farmers, and gave Eight cents a pound is "

notice that If it was eliminated he for valuable ", I
cheap such ma
YDEAAND BY VIRTUe or A DECREE!: KHTAHLt IIED i I8TW.
II of fonolnaura. and safe, l..iied out of tho. would oppose the passage' of the bill. : !
MANUFACTURERS OF Circuit Court of rvard County; .... InChancery His protest was effective the Commit terial. Some pay more, some ,

Doors Sash Blinds 1 IW. In a canes, bearing therein date pending December, "J'relni! Zlth. AaronA. A. D. tee retaining the disputed Item and less, some nothing for : M. Lane & Son
lieUraawi*complainant, ant Ktee the bill containing it becoming a law. get
and her hnalmnd E. H. Rice are defendanu I their You ,
Mcnlding & Material will offwr for male In front of Clue Court limes money. get yourmoney's
Banding ....
door, a.Tlto.ville. on Mondar. the Sod of Seminole War Pensions.
Mar 1-MM. during the "legal Anon o'sale' tit e..h. ,worth when you buyScott's 250 WASHINGTON STItEET, NEW YORK.
.
Office folU The bill granting pension of It
A Warerooma. King, opponU higb.standbeatbidderforcaeh.all'he >w.lnK $8 per
Cannon Street.Charleston deaerilwl land .lylaB In Hr ,,,ard County, month each to the surviving soldiers IJmulsioii.Wawjll; :t tI
follow,to wIt:
Florida,and deoerilted a*
of the SemInole Indian War of !
1856-7 Produce
Fruit and
.
S. C. Peiclnnlngat a point 11II.0 feet west of the little Southern
.oath eat corner of Bloc 4. of the town of and to the widows of deceased soldiers ,:\sendyou a
.
Tltu.Tllle Florida" thence .go weal t1114 feet thereof enacted In 1903, was the sub. I
Sash thence to north 6'J.I'1 fiet. hence ico ease so.4* free. : : h
of Senator Tallaferro'si .
Weights Cord au. feat. Bald lot front- feet constant .' 0scq :
M.M "
feet, thorno' aonth j"'j :
leg 15/.4)1/ feet o. Male street, and .9): ffft on I care. The result of the passage n', 0 oro..xa.1cs1oc.: : : : :IMtoroh.: : : :t:1.: ts.
Lemon street and being a part of Block 4 of the bill will be to distribute In Flor ,

Hardware aid division town map of TltnJrllle.of lIud block according 4.now oa to nl.tb.in.al th>.. ida annually for some years the sum PeaYl.\f.\ f P'OWNfCUEomTS :: FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. 1':

Window elites of the clerk of the Circuit Coon of. Bre- of about $100.000 to throe deserving 409 I Ioc. $. New York ,
Glas
and Fancy TardConnty.norida.M 0 and lorig-neglected patriot I
their
ROSBIN4.Special and
A SPECIALTY. Masts In Chancery. surviving! representatives. The orl&;. $ and' $;.oo.; aU Stencils, Card and our quotations furnished on application. ,






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.4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE MAY d, 180.1.

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VOTERS BEWARE- .1 I 11BMMSSSIBBBI I A REMARKABLE MAN Notice of First Meeting of JAMES. PBITCHABO, President; WM. :M. BKOWN, VicePresident.W. .

EAST COAST, ADVOCATE Creditors. I 8. BHAKHIXG, Asst. Cashier. ,

"4**"**' And s Grant CtmnaIn H In Favor-.)1.... C.M -

TIMELY WARNING OF DISGRACEFUL Brown's Klcotton!: Conceded by s Wilt NTH K DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
TO THB' DBVBb.OFMBHT I
A WBBKLT JOUBSAb D.YOTBD Known Politician. Bistwi rnr the Southern District of Florlua ,
Of TB8 IKDIAM BJTVBB LAB CA1IP"AIGTACTICS. In baukruptuy.
A well known politician nays that never In the matter of C. C, Mast, Bankrupt.To .
WOBTH AD BlSOArXB BAT' IBOTIOltS.FUBLIBHKD In the history of Florida has there the Creditors of C.C. Meat of Eden, In the COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
been such a change In public sentimentas County of Bre..ard and State of Florida In said ---- Authorized capital S1OO.COO
: KVKHY FBIDAT.04AXLES w In the gubernatorial race, when he District bankrupt:
Notice Is boteby given that on the!2nd day1' of raid up capital {$4O.OOO
I first announced. IIon. C. M. Drown was M.,. A. !>.. IU 4, the said C. C. Mint was dulyadndfatwlbankniptandthatthearatmnetln ... '
H. WALTON, Editor&' Publisher TALIAFERRO TO BE ATTACKED AT not considered In the race, but his excellent Average, deposits, $16OOOO
record, together with his spotless of bis creditors will be held at the i.fllce of tba -
Discontinuance of advts. must be made per- THE LAST MOMENT, TOO LATE FOB private, character have combined to turn data of said Court,In the City nf Jacksonville the: ,
Davsl County,Floridainsaid PlHtrlct on Transacts General
_ ..aU, at this office or by writing. public sentiment In his favor, and that 2Ut day of May. A. D., Wo, at three o'clock lathe a Banking
DENIAL, 81' J'AL E.AccrIA- although he Is under obligations) to one afturnnon,at which lime the .said creditorsmay
Oback.eto.,may be made payable to CHAB.I.M of the other candidates must vot for attend, prove tb>-lr claims,api,>olnt a trustee Business
.. TIONS. examine tba bankrupt, and transact" sunn a
WALTOMpublisher.Ms" him, be considers his vote thrown away other tmslnnM as may properly come before said
of for he says there la small doubt but thatC. :May a, 11104. and Oldest Bank the River.
In writing t<)the ADVOCATE for informs The democratic voter every OEORGE M. pWKIXf: Largest on
nominated '
M. Brown will be on May
kind,tbo writer will oblige by encloseluff Heferee in Bankruptcy. ,
UOQ ov tny precinct' in the state are hereby +2aY8w'a'
t1
"The and all
10. To quote his own words, people 1. Exchange bought 0ld on Foreign
stainpeit-adilresHOd" envelope. that the two principal CQuu trl...
warned opponents all over the state have risen tip to i a q
BOHTON OJ'FIC'C-T"III EAST COAST ADVO.OATB of Senator TaliaferroMessrs. support this great and good democrat, :Master's Sale. "' --
bas oponeil an oillce avenue, this grand old soldier, who I la today fighting Patronage' appreciated. .Prompt service polite
and
Stockton Jenningswho -
charge treatment,and favsr consistent with eon.eervattve
mton, which will be ID of Mr. Claud for the people's rights a* bravely as ,I every banking .
O. Walton. now, as heretofore, are work. be Old from '($II I 10 65. C M. Brown In TTNDRR!: AND BY VIRTUB. OF DECREE Circuit OF +. granted.CORRKBFONniCNTS
U for closure and sale entered In the t
Address all communications to ing as a unit against him made my opinion and In the opinion of many Court.for the Heveiitb Judicial Circuit of r Phoenix National Bunk. N. Y., Empire St.t.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE desperate by the sense of impending observing meo, will aweep the state on Florida! for Htevard County, In a "SUM thereinperilling I Trust'omuany.<< N. Y., National Bank of Jack
the 10th of May and will be nominatedby ,wherein. John H. Hogan/: l Iscomplainantsad t' IZvvw onvllle, Jacksonville, Fla.FLA..
TrrosviLLB Fix>nn>A. defeat, are preparing to deliver William M. Hplers I* defendant will sell at
blow him the last the largest popular vote ever given a n tbllo auction at the front door of the CourtHouse 't'ITIJa'VILLI: .
final at
at
a candidate for governor in the history of at Tltusvllle'bride.. I on the sixth day of ,
moment,j hen It will be too late to the stale. Nothing can be said againstMr. June HHI4, between the hours of U a. m. and >X ,..--
8. of Agriculture and beet bidder for
Department ,
u. o'clock m. to the highest
repel It. and with which they hope Brown and although: his opponentshave ouch, the r.land described. below. ,or so much thereof .
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. turn the sentiment of the people searched hla record from beginningto .. may be necessary to satisfy the decree in &Baker
to end they can find nothing that does said cause amounting w 1MII.09: and Interest at MeMurray
10110,10' ; against him under circumstances 8 per cent from Mar 3, Imo, and tbe costs ot
The a comparative state'' not'reflect credit on his statesmanship said cause to ha taxed by the clerk of the court, >
meat of temperature and rainfall for the which will preclude any possibility to wit the followini, tracts of land situated In
week ending Tuesday May '3, 19G.i defence against Hrevaril County, Florida, vlsi lots one ((1)),
,
-1903- of answer or SCHOOL CLOSES.Titusvllle's two(m.: lour(4), and five(a)of section. thlrty-Ove 4O1-414 East Bay Street, "- Jacksonville, Florida.
;i -1904- such ah unfair and dishonorable (:JO)and lot six ((6)of section thirty/ six(::111)),all In e
DATB. MAX. MIN. MAT. MI1T. township thirty four(94.s( uth.tengeforty ((40)
27 83 09) 7:1: flfl) attack ) public school closes todayafter east,and containing. UU 87 acre*. Makers and Jobbei of-
In all sections of the state a very successful term under the P.U.WAITOJ,
2 8 70 08 77 68 Voters ,.
M. ROBHIHS, Spealal Master.Solicitor
OEO. |
guidance of Prof. Teeter Miss Lily
29 8) ni: 78 (it) will probably be deluged with Geiger Miss Aleph Mime and Miss for Complainant. Yehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
30 70 08 onw: printed matter from the source indicated Carrie Mendel To-day the school bus ,
1 80
78i'' containing all manner of Its closing exercise Do you subscribe for the ADVOOATE ?
2 8-J: t8! S2: 72 Rubber Tires.
3 83 08 83 72 false and truculent accusations Saddlery

Total rainfall for the week: 0.50) which the authors dared not bring
from normal rainfall for the First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc. ,

Depatture weak minus 0.10Inches. Departurefrom out earlier in the campaign with which because A TRUE DEMOCRAT and. __ _. .___ __._ J I'
of the certainty
_ normal rainfall since January 1, ; .
minus 1,74rInches.. they would be met, denied and dis TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY'COMPANY.Wood
IIA L. r. UAUDIW, Observer, proved. .

_. The Information upon which this ,
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la based Is deemed trust FRIEND OF THE PEOPLE.Seven.
For United States Senator, warning Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
worthy, and the only means of ,

VOTE FOR thwarting the threatened see cult Is '*'

JAMES' P. TALIAFERilO, to caution the friends It' enato
Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick
Taliaferro throughout the state to Paying ....,

Whose name Is commonly pro pay not the slightest attention to Good Reasons One for Each Day in the Week Why >
Offices foot ot Hogan Street Jacksonville No.
nounced as if It was spelled anything brought into the contestin Florida. Telephone 262.

"TOLIVER. so stealthy and cowardly a man. J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager

.. _. ner. Senator Taliaferro and his t e.. JAMES E. ALEXANDER. .. -- -- .
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supporters!, have ever carefully retrained
DAVIS and,. Taliaferro are the I. The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the State.
from the use of disreputable Should be Sent to Congress
men to vote for on Tuesday next, and disgraceful methods of PUYi A
and do not forget It.
warfare and they profoundly regret
Wm-: SOUJS & OO.
-- -- --- --- the necessity which impelsthe ,
I 1st. He is and qualified for the
competent
I is let of this warning.
AFTER the primary over, us publication
position2nd. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
have no bitterness of feeling againstany ,
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candidate or voter. He. is honest and worthy of a seat in

o. ALL WILL KNOW-LATER I 3 Flour, Grits. Meal and Fertilizers
Congress.3rd.
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T. ROBINSON U said to be the unselfish BTgftrMjMO /jfr 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
favorite man for Fish and Game IT is only a few more days before His long and services for the
ARU. for Furina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. and
R'y. Plant System
Warden. If you want him nominated all candidates will know party should be rewarded.4th. .

cast your vote for him. "where they are at." It is many -
_. since the people of this state .. His personal acquaintance with the pub Is:. _-K InI: : Iot iI-c ts-: -.'
---- years
have known such a bitter campaign lic men in Congress and his familiaritywith ra--c "

THE announcements of candidates -and between democrats, too. the duties of the position render

will be for found Brevard on our county second oflloes page., Tales of wrongs and rights galore him the most available candidate before I Seed Potatoes. :

have been into the ears of
poured
Study them well before going to :the people. ; .
editor hard and
the ADVOCAT ;

the polls-- -_ .. / strenuous work has been done by 5th. His loyalty to the principles of'the party SPAUUDING'S ROSE, No.4. $3,25 Bbl.

CONSIDERING* what the F, E. C. the candidates, and every nook and. and his fealty to his friends are unques- iii BLISS TRIUMPH $3.00"I I

By. Co. has done for Dade county, corner of BreVard and Dade counties tioned and recommend hin for public II! HEBRON, $2.76"

its people ought to cast a solid vote have been industriously searched favor. Garden, and Field Seeds.,
the roof of the
for votes even ,
for Senator Taliaferro the friendof L. :: : Sooc1szn.ari.
:
9dM3RON. : ,
ADVOCATE: building was examined, 6th. Being a farmer and large fruit grower
Air J, R. Parrott. l I 14 East Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
to see no voter had escaped polite he understands the needs of the agricul- .
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and .
T- If
WE acknowledge receipt of a political attention.will elect a energy candidate, tural 'class and will labor unceasingly for -o << ..+......a enaaWAME 'itltlan' tllr!I+!'S
perseverance
copy of "The Seventh Annual Report everyone of them ought to be nominated their interests in and out of Congress..

of the" Florida Railroad Commission ; but, unfortunately for'the 7th. He has no enemies to punish, but friendsto ...
and of the ="
; a "Report candidates, there are not enough ", '
reward which he will generously do -= -
Treasurer of the State of Florida. ollloes for all,
-- -- .-., be "left out in the cold." Of when sent, to Congres.x ..

Do NOT, forget to vote for JudgeD course It 'is hard to foretell the .result X y CO llhf I IP
all candidates feel
L. Gaulden. He wants to go to although

the National Democratic Conven. confident of success. ENDORSED BY MEN 'OF BRAINS PLA.IK ..r--

tlon at! St. Louis, and will make a -v!! -_ AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.

good representative from the Sec Dirt M. S. SAMS la ale of our old D II 11

ond Congressional District Re. settlers, and U one of the -solid" .llru Alexander has scores of letters from distinguished men of the nation expressing .
member this on Tuesday next men of Brevard county. His rep. earnest whines that he Join the lawmakers at AVaHlilnifiou. Below," are -ORANGE B OC CRATE.IAL .

-- -- station for and integrity given two which are only samples of the many. One la from Congressman Walter
honesty P. lirownlow of Tenneiutee, and the author of tbe famous lirxwnlow bill and one
IN five' days' time the agony and Is above reproach. lie has been a of the most distinguished men In the South. The other U from Charles, N. Vance,

suspense that candidates are suf. taxpayer and up-builder of this son and secretary for years of the late, Senator X U. Vance, of North Carolina, and

faring under will he over, and manya county! for many years and a lifelong one of the bent known and most popular men In Washington They are teed .

tear will be shod by the defeated democrat. II* asks you to monlaU Alexander that Is in any Washington.man" would be proud of. Read below what the opinion of Hay, Grain, Flour, Meal Grits,

candidates. Many a wiseacre-no vote forMal on Tuesday next. .

matter who loaee-w'ill say : "I .--.-.-- FROM CONGRESSMAN BROWNLOW. LJ.1o.: Ooxxxoxxt:: : :,. 3E3to.: ,

told so," and then the world
you QUAY'S"ILLNESS. Weight and Quality Guaranteed -
wags on as before. SENATOR Washington, D. C., Feb. 21, 1001. .

II.. D. Rraoey PeLan.l, Flat: .. .
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IT is said to almost a foregone A telegram from Washington D. C.- My Dear Drwcey-Your favor of recent date at hand. I am delighted to All kinds of Agricultural Implements. AgentsFOR
says that the condition of Senator Mat, know that our mutual friend, Hon. J. E. Alexander, would be candidate for Congress
conclusion that the lion. Robt. W. thew Stanley Quay,of.Pennsylvania,continues from your* State. I knew Mr. Alexander while he was here serving as tbe THE
Davis, for governor! ; and the lion to cause alarm to his friends lIe private secretary of Senator Call, of your State: and came In contact with him officially : : : :
Jas. P.Taliaferro for Untied States !I. reported to be much worse than be almost] every day during bill service with Senator: Call. I feel satisfied that
will be nominated ha been notwithstanding statements his experience here would make him far more successful la legislative work tban
senator by big made to the contrary, and his early removal any member who ba had six: years', experience. I served In a subordinate capacity
majorities; so do not throw your from Washington contemplated. ae an official of the United States Senate for eight rears and also as one of the officers .
vote away, but cast your vote for It la thought probable Senator Quay of tbe House of Representative* for two yeara. It was In these positions
them on Tuesday next. will go to Carlsbad or to some other that 1 familiarized myself' with congressional duties, which enabled me to begin !
point where the effect upon him of a my congressional career* familiar with legislation as other members who bad
- complete change of scene aDd climate beau here front fifteen to twenty year As a result of that experience L have secured 53K

EVERY candidate Is sure of being may be thoroughly tested. for the congressional district that t have the honor to represent more appropriation
nominated but At Senator Quay's house It It declared than ever went to one congressional district In the South, since the or. wTHE, :
on Tuesday next ; the senator: !II feeling better. Ills clerks ganlzatlon of the Southern Mute government. I believe that Mr. Alexander, with
if we may believe those who have and secretaries at the capitol give out his experience, can do equally as well a. I have done. Your district will make no
canvassed the county, Mr.\ M. S. the name report. Hut the few other per. mistake In giving him a trial. Your.truly,

Same will go to Tallahassee ; and sons who have seen him since his return W. P. BKOWMLOW.KROM : .

Mr. John C. Jones will be nominated trom Atlantic City have been shocked by
his apparent weakness 'and the general CHARLES N. VANCE. ;
for County Commissioner for Indication of complete breakdown.The :I

the 4th district. condition of the Senator warrant Washington, D. O., Feb U, 1DfH. )

-- ---- -. -- the belief that ho cannot recover, and II, D. Bracey Esq., DeLand, Fla:
that the days of his activity, political and Sir: I amjjlad to the that the of
Dear from people district
A GREAT many of our readers are Sly see papers ;your GEO. H. FERNALD
The Senator Is
otherwise, have passed. HARDWARE
of CO.
are thinking tending Hon. James E. Alexander to Congreaa as their representative
under the impression that Senator till a victim of Insomnia and his Inability and aincerely trust they may decide to do BO. He la very popular in Sanford Fldrlda.
Jaa. P. Taliaferro and Congress to obtain relief U slowly exhausting Washington, having made a great many.frtend during the time he served here a*

man Robt. W. Davis will be winners his vitality.PETITION secretary to former Senator Call, of your State.
in tbe' first primary. Both Mr. Alexander has the knack of makIng'friends wherever he goes not only
of IN BANKRUPTCY. with those with whom lie conies in contact but, as well with those with whom he Hodges <& O'XZara
tbeae gentlemen are sterling
comes In conflict for he Is a square, fair fighter and I venture to predict that If be
quality and above reproach Do is elected to Congress he will, before his first term expires, have become one of the ...Manufacturers and Dealers'In._

.nd rumors; and when you go to. baa filed a petition In bankruptcy In the fat member, and I am sure will reflect credit on his district and State and on the. and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
United States Court, Jacksonville. In nation. Dressed
file polls on "Tuesday next, cast I' the absence of Jndge Locke, the matterwas Send Jim along and the people of your district will never have cause to regretit. Orange Box Heads, ''"''t and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings.Shingles, eta
3' ,iir vote for those true and tried referred to Mr. Oeo. M. Powell, the With best wishes I remain Yours In democracy, Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for price) delivered

,' JUH.U Davis and Taliaferro. referee !In bankruptcy. I CHAS. X. VASCTC.t to any part of the State Address: Hodges Jt; O'llaia, Buffalo Bluff 31a.


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Jensen. Melbourne. GEORG MARX. JOHN: MARX. 'l
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Miss Mattie Coon vl'lIted Fort Pierce Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, 4
:r.-u. t\:1.r: on Tuesday the pink paper of tho East Coast, will be I

The ADVOOATII circulates quite large received at the Melbourne Postofflce. WHOLESALE GROCERS U

OF A GOOD DRINK 13: FOUNDIN I ly tluuugiJ"l4t the 1'1..al'.le.U.I"lio RICHARD W OOODK.-Re l EntsM. Notary
Miss Mnhel Public and Conmnncpr. Agent for jKtua: Ii
Schuyler Is on the sink Llrcrpool and LoiulniianU\ Globe,anil Hartford 1
list, but "o hopu she will soon recover. Fire iDmtranca Coiupiuitos. Bpwclu attention Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner
Mrs. paid (a the Interests ot non nwidants. .
Thomas
OLD HALIFAX Decker, of Titusvllle, --- --
topped over at Jensen last week for a DR I.. A. PJEK-J'RYSICIAIf: : 8CBOI0N.! .
day, visiting friends. Residence, Melbourne. At Ball OalIU, every. Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FIJI.
afternoon. t

RYE week J. II.and Baker's got badly boy,bruised Douglass, but, fell no lull las HOTEL MKLLEVTE-Melbourne Florida. A. WE GARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.

.. winter ,
our (damage was done healtby retort on high plno luau overlooking
1 Inillan River lUle I .x and upward I
Dr. legal will be at Fort Pierce about per day. 8wclal, raw per week or "........ PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY
e write for .Minlaui E. M Csraiibell,
YEARS two rate to I
ITS TWELVE OLD weeks longer, HO If you want your Manager It. W. Campbe.l m>prltor. 1 Seed Potatoes, Seed! Peanuts and Cow :Peas In season !
AND teeth seen to, call upon him. bAKINGPOWDER
E i I.'We solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable
A Frank Foster( Vero In last 4.
beach party In honor of Miss 1 Man. ) of was town ,
HITS THE SPOT nlng, of New York Saturday.: .. ,
was given; bat Tues- ------ ---- --'------ "

day. They report a pleasant time. Frank Fee and! wife made a trip to Cocoa.Mrs ,..

There wa a pleasant beach party last Jacksonville last week, for, a brief visit
4.P'U11-Q-u.ar1s; Saturday In honor of the 4th andtth with old lends. -

-EXPRESS-PRE?AID-, school grades. They report an enjoy. ,I :Mrs. ] ason of Mohawk N. Y., who I Absolutely Pare Richard Ooodn and daughter, Jessie .
able day. They were taken over by Mr has been a guest of Hotel Bellevue, left THERE NO of Melbournewere !guests of Copl .
84.20. and Mrs. Munch. Saturday for a stay In Jacksonville, then I SUBSTITUTEMelbourne and Mrs C. J. hchoonmaker on Toes I

-- John T. :Stanley, of New York, left on to New York. day .

-WE HAVE OTIIERS- Jensen very suddenly after hearing of Mr*. R. W. Goode and Miss Jessie --- MAY PAY FKST1VITIRS.

the sad loss of his snap factory, a report Goode went to Cocoa Tuesday to attend Beach. The event of the week was May Day, ; .JI
wml'E US -. of which was published in last v."ok' the May Day picnic. They were the which coming on Sunday, was celebrat. tf'

AnvqcATK. Ills many lends in this /guests of Capt. and Mrs C. J. Schoon- ed on Tuesday, May 31'11. !Monday being I'
section It ympaihlfce vtlih him. maker. given to making great preparations.
J. up
J. WILLIAMS Claude Beau of Melbourne
'I'1 jean was The committees were all busy and Tuesday .
Mrs.JCbas. McBride and Master Willie here one day this week.
A LIFE AT STAKE.-If you but knew have returned from :St. We morning dawned threatening, but LOOK TO YOUR EYES
P, O. Box 401.: the splendid merit of Foley's Houuy and bear that: Willie Augustine. I Mrs M. B. Mack and little daughter the cloud passed away In a beautiful and t
glad to Improving
JACKSONVILLE, 'FLORIDA.A. Tar you would never be without it. A are and hope soon to see him, out with hisplaymates I Edith) visited! Mr*. Whiting the drat otI perfect day. If suffering; from any eye defect or wen ....
dose or two will prevent au attack of :.! the week The committee on barbecuing the sight call at my now well-appointed opt 1
1TlvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvlvvEden. pneumonia or la grippe. It may save I Admiral Glllls has been beeves were busy Monday night attend' cal Institute. Special complete loose t
your lite.' Red Cluos Pharmacy Mrs. John Maclay, sister of Mrs. citizens of Melbourne Bench furnishing with : the Ing to this most important mutter and It grinding outfit In connection. .
---- Flunk Fee, who baa spent a pleasant some Is needless to say that the commllto,con .
line fish. Among his Dtt. E. II. ARMSTRONG
winter here left last week for Warn very many "catches"were Muting of Stephen Jones, Fred Flah.r.Quincy ,
I a sliog-ray six| feetlong anti a pao. 11 Laura St. Jacksonville. Fla. I
Onteen Clem
porn, Pa. We hope for her return another lob Harry Dexter
White City. season. mackerel Ulbert and others did their work well

On Wednesdayeweningthe Idn \ and deserve great credit for the manner
May, ,
E. II. LeToumeau la confined to the Melbourne we hear, Is soon to have
under Capt. It. W. Beatijean took a In which It wax, done. The Huh were PNEUMONIA AND LA GRIPPE
bWe> with .a severe cold. Ira Lamont made a brief call at Jensen a deep water bal bur. This Is now need. party of Hulk's' out for a moonlight all. prepared and cooked! by Wm. Fuunpll Coughs cured quickly by Foley' Honey

Mrs.J. G. Wey has been quite 111 since last week.A d on account of the Increased number They report a rood time and a delightful and John Witklns: nnd their helpers, and and Tar. Roluite substitutes. Red
going to Boynton, but la now much im of fine launches brought hale dining the view of the ")Iallin the Moon" was also well done. The various commlttes Cross Pharmacy
very pleasant dance occurred Saturday winter, and more will como when the l left nothing; undone to make the
proved. night In the club house harbor Is ready for them. The very. high winds prevailing. almost SHOCKS of May Day complete. .t

The drouth I Is at last broken. Wo William Kelster Is spending; a few day Miss Guynne, who has been a pleasant rdVitlnuously for the pant week have It may be said this was the politician's Rockledge. ,
have bad two floe showers, with pros : here with his sister, Mrs J. M. Orrel. guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells for borken In upon the pleasure parties, mak. day, as the candidates were eat Iy on the '\
pacts of more. BO-DO time, has returned to her northern tag them fewer at the Beach, but the ground. At It) o'clonk Mayor W. L -
Mrs. Turbyflel tias enjoyed a visit of a Miss Inga Manning/ of Brooklyn, N. home. The good wishes of her Mul residents have had fine days on the sea- Ilughlett called the meeting to order, OscooU dirtier and wife left for Newark -.
week with her sister whose home. la at Y., was the guest of Mrs. Dutton several bourne friends go with her. This wa shore and the bathing has,usually, been and Introduced as the orator of the day, N. J., where they have tholr northern -

Deer eld, Fla. days last week. not her first visit toMelbourne and we excellent Mr. F. M. Hudson, who made an able home tf.

If teeth are troubling you, Dr. Our school opened Monday and Is In trust;It vi III not be her llUlt J. II. Hopkins of Seabreeze, came speech, the people gloving him close attention. H. 8. Williams l Is spending a few day '

Hegel your who Is now at Fort Pierce, will charge of Miss Jones, who comes here Dr. and Mrs. Veach, Miss., Veach and down on Saturday afternoon on a visit to Mr.the Napoleon chairman Hroward and was Introduced a with his son, Sidney::\ at the Allapahat- I
highly recommended.Now !Mr. and Mr. Henry Whiting. Hisdaughter'Sne by gave chee plantation, near Fort Pierce.
put them In good shape for you. Mrs. Miirdotk and two children left last / eloquent discussion of the Issues of
very
that the full moon Is I Tuesday for their northern home after a ; who lute boon teaching at in and John A. Flske who has been the
Mrs. Maude Richards accompaniedby past, many; Fort Pierce the the day a very pleasing: manner
; during: winter will\ visit
Fort Pierce of our people will miss the pleasant boat five months' stay In Melbourne. We also commanded the clone attention of Rockludga lintel for the season, and still 1
her two children went; to with him few des
a hU
prior to
hope for their return another season, as depart- lingered loft for New York last
rides have been his Satur
the with Mrs. they enjoying/ his hearers. The next speaker was
day north the l
Saturday to spend uro by Mallory Line, May 13th.
they are all charmed with onr little town Governor who In day. "
Excellency, Jennings a
Pomeroy. H. Christen has bought ten acres ot
and social
high land near the saw mill and will soon Its people. Dr. Veaob A. B. Taylor and families masterful way, presented the vital Issues Mrs. Rachel K. Break, after spending ,
Mr. E. J. Sbattuclc has neaaly completed make ai rangements to set out pines. Among the volunteers who went to were over. on Monday to enjoy one more of the present campaign to the entire the winter crimson at Sunshine cottage tf.,
a One new packing house. It la Melbourne Beach last week to fight the 'hyat the Beach before going north. satisfaction of all present This concluded left for her Ohio home at Breoksvlilo,
'large and roomy and will be fitted up in Mr. Beemenderfer brought/ his boat forest tire, were Messrs Chas. Oslln, They have been frequent and most wel. the program up to the dinner O on Thursday of last week
u up-to date manner. around the born last week and moored 1 It Claude lie.uijean; Will Scott and Chas. come visitors at the Uoiioh during/ the hour, when eveyone entered most heartily !
H. W. Richards returned from Jack. In the St. Lucie river, not far from his Mead. They managed to save all build slater We trust that we shall have the Into the enjoyment of the delicacies A. II. Smith, contractor, who ha beenat
home. pleasure of them and sutmtantlals, prepared !abundancefor I. Oak Hilt for some time, superintending
lonville on Friday, and stayed over a day rags except; the old life saving station teeing often during the
with his mother, returning to Stuart Geo. Beck has lately bought the property and boat bouse, which were burned. neat season. One of the young: ladles of the Inner man. There was an oversupply Edmund: Day's work there-rthe construction
for after of an immense packing house
the company remarked: "We have had of !good things, everyone
Saturday with his family, belonging to Peter Peterson, and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell enter. UOxUOft. here
-was
such a delightful time, Mint nothing can had all they could eat, there was over Sunday:
:
Mrs.( Florence Snyder came up on the pines.will improve It by setting out trees and tamed In honor of their daughter, MiasMona's keep us away." tleieln she voices the some to spare. !Some of the- candidateswere Louis. Herring and wife, and George

train Monday morning to take possess- birthday the 'following bright sentiment of all visitors to- Melbourne compelled to take the noon trainon Baker, wife and daughter and George
,Ion of the Wey house, which now Is open Remember Dr. Fiegel the dentist, Is little gems of society the Misses Lillian and the Reach account of engagements, but there : Do Boevese. and Miss Conklln who have.
for the reception of guests.Mlsaes at Fort [>Pierce and you would do well to Ferguson, Etta Bennett, Blanche Suede- were others left to discuss the Issues-, of : occupied their
ker Elizabeth and Masters liy accident a fire started the cottage recently built
Williams near
he and interested audience to
have teeth examined before the day an
your here,
Jessie and Barbara Miller have Turner left for their home In Brooklyn
house .
Fralser Campbell and Kdmond: Williams on Thursday and being
leaves. bear them so at 2 o'clock the Cocoa ball, s
been threatened with fever but \it; Is driven N. V., last Monday.IN .
Dainty refreshments were served and a by a brisk west wind, quickly packed to listen to the addresses of
hoped the danger point I I..* passed and Mrs. Campbell was on the sick list last good time was enjoyed. burned to Ilia ocean be"chtbrett quartersof I was those remaining. The llrst tn claim the -----.- --- ----

trouble averted for this time.W. Sunday, the result of over work at the ------ n mile distant The U 8. (II on no of attention of the people was Mr If ud.on. BED FOUR WEEKS WITH LA .f

W Luce surprised his Eden friends Sunday :School picnic, which occurredlast DKORA88B' 8CHUYI.KK. M. Telegraph Refuge for recked seamen, and the Ills address wall at this time more pan GRIPI'E.-We have. received the follow. !: i
by the announcement of bin marriage.; Saturday. olttoe<>i>,n allol"IIt. Eau Uallle, rlorl We extend heat-rest congratulations and Mrs. Poppell und' son Edgar, were The Homo of Refuge; was a* The lion. Frank CUik followed the last gola Ind. "I was In bed four weak

beet wishes to the young couple.Mrs. guests; of Mrs. Dutton lust woek JUrs bnudoned long ago and all valuables re speaker, .and handled political matte.. In with )U grippe, and I tried many re million -
Poppell was a former resident of this moved. Claude Ueanjean Will Scott a way to Impress .all who heard him, with and spent considerable. for treatment
S, F. Webb sod Mrs. LeTourneau Chas )Mead and It. Oslln .
C.
place, but now reside at Jensen. of Melbourne the conviction that h. was In earnest, with! physicians but I received no
Rave a picnic for their S. S. clauses at ...VOTE FOR... Came over. and assisted In putting and understood the principles dlsoiissud. relief until I tried Fole,'. Honey and Tar
Kdenwood last Saturday. The little The White City Dairy la doing a very out the tire. The next speaker Hon.Chss. Dougherty, Two small bottles of this medicine cured

folks certainly had a grand time.A. /good business, delivering milk along the dlsousned foiceubly.,. and ably, matters Involved me, and now fuse It exclusively In my Af

D. Merwln Is making extensive repairs river road to Fort Pierce. They purchased and at Issue before the people at family." Take no substitutes. Red
another cow front Mrs. Lock. Georgiana. the These Cruse Pharmacy Titusville.N .
to his packing house and has painted coming/ primary. spankers
all of the outbuildings, which gives heart last week were followed by candidates who dwelt

his place a very neat; appearance. Mr. Austin has moved most of his C. M. BROWN more particularly upon county and local .
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household goods to ,Jensen where hi Mrs Plumb left, on Tuesday! for her Interests vital\ to the election and to be NNN.k.N.N.... i 4
The. I Rev Mr. Jones, of Key West, arrived home In Streator Pa. 10th./ (
will spend the summer. Mr. Rlngdabl passed upon on May E.
and ; ; Vesey Hall
in town evening,
Friday will Mr. Austin's house during The following, are the result of the
preached In the Congregational church occupy Mrs. Itreeno spent the day, Friday,
several and contests Incident to
his absence. games Georgians Fla..
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Sunday morning and evening lie will with her daughter, Mrs. Provost. the day i

probably locate here. The annual picnic of our Sunday Misses Beth Bruner and Winnie Dlxon In the tournament the 1st :2nd and :'trd : Boat Builder. '
: ;
There has been so much moving and school was a great success there being a spent a very pleasant afternoon with prices were won respectively, by Harry ,

changing about of late, that when one large attendance. A sumptuous repast Soldier, Statesman and,, Miss Catherine Clement on }'rlday.Everybnly White, toy Packard and Ueo. White. ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK.
and which the White
base ball of
a game The tab was by Johnnie Pat-
gate ready to and make a call It race won .
go City Snow Shoes nine were all young who wants a good ne1l'1I1.aod Write for Estimates,
takes several l moments thought to avoid ladies the Union Batters up-tu-date newspaper, free from all erson.
calling at the wrong house.. who were, against young men. Of High course the personal abuse, should subscribe for the The The shoe potato race race by by Alfred Harry White.White .........1............ i is

L. A. Bryson who has bad measles Snow Shoes won. Score 18 to It. Three ,,Next Governor ADVOCATE. The obstacle race, by Lackland Singleton

mode his return to Sewanee has been cheer for the girls. MeN.lllmeli Hughes: Hnd Urunnr called! tat, and Louis liracco 2nd prize.
having trouble with his eye since his rewvery --- upon Mesdames IJieese. Piovosr, Mun- The bicycle riles handicap, Harry

and has gone to Nashville to get; STOP IT.-A neglected cough or cold son. Plumb>, Cnnovvr and Clement on Wld'o 1st, rtii-l Jessie, He. Clnlr2nd: .
1 Clausen if he does not I Improve after a may lead to serious bronchial or lung -" Friday) afternoon Tim bicycle race between Brick Jones sorrso,
ray of few weeks at; his old home, he and U-iymund Johnson was won by
Don't take chances when sf v "S B-'
"ill return to Indian River. troqbles. South Rockledge. Floyd Wlttfeld eldest son of Mr. and Jones.Tli M
Foley's Honey and Tar afford perfect! Mrs. Will and J
Wlttfeld. grandson of Have your eyes examined, and fitted
between Jack
foot
from serious effects of a cold. 75 yard race ,
security Peter Wlttfeld died May 3, MM)I. Floyd
Fatal and bladder troubles caDl"ijYs Red Cross Pharmacy. inning ut Cocoa, sal I Will Kraddock of by the) expert .
kidney A mtrch-needed rain fell on Monday, was a bright boy, and the family hive
be prevented by the use of Fu- the of their fi lends In O'busilan\ was won by Lannlng. .
sympatny many DIt. G. L. MANDAVILI.E.Tltusvllle .
wj'. Kidney Cure. Ked Cross Pbary J. E. Bettler attended the Horticultural this, their sad bereavement The 73: vitid /toot race between Dart ,
> y, Titusville. Fort Pierce. meeting In Jacksonville last week. Field of Indlanola, and young Stewartof Florida. t 11-
The_ friends_ __ and relatives of__ Mint! Jonnie Tropic, vns" won by Field" e
Edmund wife and daughter -- -
-' Day, son Welling were shocked to hear of her '1'he gun shoot was won by Fred" Travis' '
Tibbals. left for their summer home at Seymour, death on Friday dtel noon. She! spent a by 611 out of KKI.' T..1. Ronald having a THE ANHEUSER BUSCH h
Mr. II. G. Bronson' new house Is Conn, on Tuesday.Mrs. :11
pleasant winter here with her relatives score of 8J: of luO Mr. Travis also won :
I rapidly nearing completion. J. L. Wilson spent three very Krs. J'. A. Black and Peter Wlttfeld antifamily the sliver cup for the highest general :

Get your teeth seen to by Dr. Flegel, Mrs. K B. Rautarson left Tuesday for jleanrtnt day last week with Mrs. M. C, six years ago. She spent .H part average. Brewing As SOS,
who I I. at Fort Pierce. Tampa to spend a few week.. Salmon. of this winter with Miss Mary Wlttfeld. 'Time pilze won by contestant aggregated I
She returned to her home In Indiana a the of *." .7S.:
sum
I Frank Water has returned from college Mr. Moses, of West Palm Beach, was a Mrs. O. F. Carter, sister of Mr. Ross few weeks ago, took la grippe and died. '1'he.day's final *as, the bull at the Famous HI. Louis Ksff and Hot- 'p"
and will spend the summer with In town this week. her left tor her home In Oberlin, 0.,
.
pleasant visitor She( had made lied HeeL
his' parents. every; arrangement to town hall, where a large crowd gathered; ,
for Tltusvllle last Fifday. She will stay at Daytona a spend tbe ummer In )<; and all who wished joined l In tripping
Frank Bell left Sunday week en route. urojle. Bold by M ..rs.F. A. Lostsy and tt
Mr. and Mrs. Andrews have the silent hour until became i
Geo. E. attend the Commissioner meeting. away they
to
The Poverty Social last Wednesday
returned from Palm Beach and will stay M rl. J. I. Swlnson and children left on ; i small admonishing the dancer that a R. L. Mutlnw.TUuIYm."Ia. J
"their plantation until ;alter the sblp- Brother Wilson Is to be congratulated Wednesday last for a short stay at Froneoac 'evening the was perfect success." Someof new day was fast approaching and sweet &B/Mr. R.L. Motlow Cocoa, rt. .f

,ping' season. on getting the paper out so early last '', hoping the change will benefit 'Misses. |. costume Catherine were Clement"fetching.and Adelaide The rest lured them to their homes and re

The regular monthly public dance took week. her Infant daughter. lernpstead were voted the most appro- poses.BJT. ____ __ JOSEPH ZAPF r;

Place I on Thursday evening at the club Some heavy rains have fallen the last Another destructive fire was started I prlatell dressed among the Udles, and We cannot guarantee to publish
OUIle. The pretty ball room, with this few days to the great delight of the pine- last Thursday C. II. Magruder's ham A. L. Bruner "took the cake" In hi.nrJteousl'.lrlmmed (terns that do not reach this office/ before Sole Agent. '

cool 1 weather, make these affair very apple growers. mock, and only the prompt arrival of military "swaller noon on Thursdays '

I Popular, The town Council are having several neighbors prevented serious damage. sled! cote," almost covered with gold \-------- ----- 610 to 620 West Bay Street, 1'
"". G, the carloads of shell scattered on the streets, lace !and !gold buttons. The fines for u
E. Andrews! entertained at Geo. Baker and Louis Herring prominent -
I rlub I house on Thursday afternoon. which was badly needed. I winter residents, lefr, with their wearing good clothes amounted to f J. I'). A Great Bensiitloii.There JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Q'Jlte j a large number were en- The plonle-and base ball game at White I amities, on Saturday, for their home wa. .a big sensation In LeesvlII,

JJ'og| the different game provided for City, 1a*.Saturday, was a great suoo_. 10 Brooklyn N. Y. We regret to lose A Thoughtful lUau.U. Ind., when W. I;. Brown of that place,

IICcasloo, Quite a number pf our citizens attended such good neighbors. I M. Austin of Winchester, lod., who was exported to die, bad his life East Coast Meat Market
Card the dance In the evening ------ saved by Dr. King's New Discovery for
are out announcing the marriage and enjoyed knew what to do In the hour of need. I bad endured
of Consumption Hewrlum:
U */, W. N< Luce to .Mlu Mary Jenney Chas. Boyakln has Just completed tabbed The Grave.A Ills wife had such an unusual cane. of Insufferable agonies from Asthma, G. P. DUREN, Agent

il tQwe, Vermont, Wednesday, April screening the Episcopal l church a present startling Incident, Is narrated by stomach and liver trouble physicians but your New Discovery gave; me Immediate
bab- At : at Tib- Cbarlotte N. Bould not help her. lie thought of, and r
after May of J
from Mr*. Lardner follows thereafter effected
of
Philadelphia relief and
best are Jobn Oliver a* : soon e 0
The extend- tried, Dr. King's and shegot .
wishes of all and New Life Pills,
street lamp post "
Also condition.
lei to C. a new I was in an awful My skin complete cure. Similar cure of
the: wishing them Col. Glenn of Phhadelpbia. relief at once and was finally cnred..
.very happiness.young couple lamp a present from wa almost yellow, eye sunken, tongue: Only[ 2-Vj at Red Cross Consumption, Pneumonia Bronchitis, I ae
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Pa. coated, J pain continually back and sides Pharmacy. and Grip are numerous. Its the peerless .
no appetite, growing weaker day by day. remedy for all throat and lung I ;,

Makes a Clean Sweep. The many; friends of G. II. n..aan. Three physician bad given:\ me up. 'Then Job 1'rlntliifj.. troubles. Price r,0c and $I. Guaranteed I do..
I advised to use Electric Bitter to by Red Cross Pbarmaoy. Trial bottle e..
Tbere's Engineer L. E. A W. R. K., at present was ;
nothing like doing a thing ; -
Lima 0., will be pleased to my great joy, the first bottle made a decided J r....
heard of Buckle's Of all the Salves yon lathe ever I know li.lngln of his recovery from threatened Improvement. I continued their Do not forget the fact that at the Ar,. l =a 'if'
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to It Arnica Salve born kidney disease. He writes: "I wa use for three weeks, and am now a well 'r<>CAT. office Tltuavllie\ we do Job OVER FIVE THOUSAND Off WAL -D'0. a c

i Sores, brolse.weeps away and cure, akIn cored by' using Foley's Kidney Cure, man. I know they robbed the grave of printing of all kinds, neatly) ,'cheaply and ton's Rapid Calking Tool DOW In use G e9 v
upuon cotl, boils. Ulcers, and which I recommend to all, especially another victim." No one should fall tory ixpedltlonsly. Letterheads, Noteheads, by' boat owner In the United State p M
Qarloteed* and piles. It's only 23c, Red trainmen, who are usually similarly afflicted. them. Only &)0c, guaranteed, at Red Billheads, Envelopes, Tags, and all other Price $...00 and $9.00 each, at the ADo 5'2

rosa Pharmacy to give, TltMTlIIe.satisfaction by ." Red Cross Pharmacy. Crow Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. tlod. YOOATX office, THusvllle, Fla. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ,






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I 6 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, MAY 6. 1904. .

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be used for lard and the lean trimming

I for sauiiage. The head'and feet are Florida East Coast Ry.
Cornmust scraped and cleaned and used for bl'adebee

have a sufficient supply ofPotash be salted e or until pickled thoroughly Meat! should cooled never utter LOCAL TIME CARD No. 55. < In Effect Apr. 12,1904.

which the quicker It goes Into the sol ? y.ror
SOUTHBOUND-HEAD DOWN. .OItTHlOUND-ItUD V*.
barrel the better.-American Cultivator.

_ No... "..21 I'A TIONS. N,.'1 Ns.7B I
Marico It Clvlo ..4 Jo l.l Center. ;Daily Deily. Daily. Dally

The district schoolbouxe should be ..................... .... .
-b 00 i a ur n r 'keonv a Ar ................ ..... 81ti.
in order to develop into a crop. ntlllzed to much better advantage. At 01 a8.. .. ......... .... .........1:10: J'It."y' Ly......................... 8411a P
15p1068 a. ...........................SS.AUIfU.tlD.. ......................... ., 40. Ip
No amount of PhosphoricAcid present It Is occupied by' the scholar \ ,0 p 1197 a .. ......................... H..tlnR. .................. ........ 811'a 80p
or Nitrogen can compensate only six or eight hours during the day /7 ._T01t 43 .... .......................Y.Yalatki.: ...................... .... 8141. l404p

It should contain A district library, pictures wf -vid 11101' ........................Ar..Pelatke..Lv..i.. ....... ...... -810a- -
for a lack of potash in a little museum of friendly and L-cA_. gChNpG / 1o 1116. .. ......................Lv..a1atkaAr.......................... 700a 13ap

fertilizers [for Injurious Insects and other useful nalural o 1 W t .0 I' ..........................Ar..n 1\1ateoLy.....................I-..... ........ 800a
grain and all history specimens. The schoolhouse .... .. ano a ................. ....L.8anMateoAr...... ..............._. 7111a t10p

1 should be made the evening rendezvous ..................... ... -
aa }/ID .Lv..Neog..Lv.......................... aMa
other crops). for the young folks of the 108 13 18 I' ............................BunneU........................... a4.. 10tp.
117 a Up ...............................1>upOO&. ................ ..... ........ 1186. I .ap
vicinity. Other gatherings of the people 163 10p..............................Orm..nd.............................. 'Wa s05p'01'
w. hall b. gludlo should be held there. Make It asocial I ,01 Hp.........................:Daytona...................... ........ 166. 1SIp
.' send fr.0 any 10 lap ....:..................'\.or.o'.np....................,........ 411.
Itrmerourhtd.buakwhich mind civic center. There are a 00 1 05 I' ............................N.."" 8m 'na... ....................... 196. tIp
hundred and one ways In which such Ii tip ............................Oak I'
.J6 : 34 contain "..10. as ................... '... lit iD
.bl.lnform.I a center will do much to add to the Jo ................................ It
1 = pleasure and profit of rural life.-Amer. n ............................ 11111..a.. 1110 p
about coil culture.'OERtIAN 14 ............................)I.u: 11 P
Icon Agriculturist.Kmrtr 1J III 100D.............................. con
KALI WORKS, 1 08. ............................. .. ............................. 111119. 1rOlla It lie
93 NaaMu St., N.w York. In ... Uro.nd. 01 ...........lIt. Lueie..:........................a. 111111 a 10 lOa
Tomntoen Open
18 ......................I"t." Pl..rce.._.......................... 11 aop 1011la
III a paper on curly tomatoes read before ...............................TLbbal.............._................ 11 Slap 948a
'the ;Minnesota Horticultural sod! Tri\Veekly Sailings. 48ea 1iap. .. ... .. .......... Eden ........ ..................... 11 Sll t'.
117 0 10 it, ...............................Jensen.....?........................ 1111 P a tOa
ety the writer states that by Mowing 1611. 0 2Q p .............................. .8tu.rt.............. ,.. ............ 11 059 I' e toe
Free and tomato seed In mall window boxes the BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling 117 Hp ..........................,Hobe Sound........................." 10sepoaa
I t t7 10 p ... ......... _..........West Ju pfear....,.....,...._........... 1018 848.
latter of ; and 191! ................ ....... p
Accented Masons. part January transplantIng Up : .W.P.lruB..h..... ........ .......... SSp 816a
to hotlxtl and the ground 158 OS I' ...................... ........Boynton.............................. 110 16oa
a open at Charleston S. C., both ways) 108 110 I' ............................,..I>elray..H_. s 09 p 1 Sue
May 10 he was able to secure ripe tomatoes III'. 1 O' P .................... ......1: $. lAuderdal........................... a 01 811I.
by June 27! and by July 11 llcoimldertihlt The Finest in the Coastwise Service 1,0\ 113 I' ............................ Heilandals' ............................. 88 P p 8 ila
'Steamships e 48a blip .... ..........:.........."...L n.on Chr............................ f 10 P e Oa
Indian No. 00 (11111| JIll tleK. 100 I50p............ ..4.Ar.M/ami..r........................... 00pOOo
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
River / Tltunll1e.Lodge. Opaaccures
Direct Service Between SANFORD BAN013. ORANOm OITY BANO
cold In 21 hours Relieves
a ,
/ "\ Florida. !Neuralgia' Ilrotiohllls and Headnoe"om Jacksonville Boston Providence'and all Eastern Points. gj 8TATlon. I 9Ateat. e.
Ihl1De1
Hold. It* meeting* the second and fourth Friday foil Ing and Curative. Swift Sure Dully 11 1).11 U.11T
of each" innntb a" their room, Indian. River I, and Hnftf. The Best of All Cold Remedies (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 011 a Lv......... Titn.vnle..Ar II SOp a DOl' IOIOa Ly..N. asp ,
Hotel,Tttiu 'III*, at 71.10 o'clock i>. .... beoniiHO, the roost efficient. SEMIWEEKLY 8AIUN68I CI H3 .. Lv.......... O.e..n.. ......,..Ar 11ala s44p 1111. I,,. Leka lOp fOp
T. H.gundere. Worililnrul Maater.F. Opaao Southbound... .......... .......... ... ..... ........ ... ..... ... .from Lewis VTbarf, Boston 1611 ,,,......... :'' ............. / 1100. s 051' 11 BOa ". m'rn..Ar/1 I DOl' I 06,1
.A. Morgan Senior Warden 'b a.niallohocolate coated I"blol. soil U Northbound. .. .. ... ..... ... ..... ... ............from foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville 1180..Ar..8 nL.rd..........Lv 1080a 400n U4IIo Ar..Or. aAp 'O"No.
M. B. Same, ,Junior Warden. sold at 25o a box. tell Cross. ) Pharmacy -

J.J.R.M.Walker Dixon' ,,Tr"Beflretarjr.aitiirer.. St. Johns River Line. 23No.. 2' No. '8 KA,YP'OBT ,No.IB- No.' 20 No.fa
J.: O: Illiink.. .h" A Crlllcnl Sammary.What Clyde: I 9 Mentor Dally
r. M. Taylor Deaonn. do you think of that writer's only Sands ', BAsuede7 NOT. nnl I -.n..1IOOp
R. K. Mime, Junior tM""oon.O. (Dellarjr Line.)
H. Walton, Bnnlor steward. work x'"Oh. JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. 101" IOOp 8 '''a ......... .L... Jacksonville .Ar.......... 7411. 12 top
A. A. Stewart, Junior Steward. ." answered :Miss Cayenne, "he IDS" JOI8. .081' 8VII..80.J..k.on..U............... 7 87. 1711 IND I
... W.JloberM,Tyler. ,. Stopping at Palatka, Actor, St. Francis. Herenforcl(DeLand), and intermediate land- 40" 10110. StOp 861. .......... ....PsbinReeoh ............. 7o6. Mona" sop
y.' M. Woown.Marshal. Itui said two or three clever 1 things and lnir on the t.Johuri tu..r. 11)11I\ 51' lI04a..tt.ntloBp..h.. ........... .. TOla U46a "lIp
"" '(i-nil I tli'xisMtid: olhei'M.. "-\Vuahlnv'nn STEAMER "CITY OP JACKSONV1LLK." 141Sp 1110. 100p II 21)a ........., .Ar. Jllap..rt L.,............ eo .11. 11Sos ii0p

.Inr. Is appointed to nail aa follow t Leave Jwksmvll BuniUy, Tueniluyn and Thursday, 3:30: p. m.
HOG KILLING. ------ ---- -- HeturnliiK, leave. Sanford Mouday, WeilnuHtluyi. and VrlUayii. one a. ui.r. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
-- low to Ward Of I nil Attack olJtlieiiiiiutlMin. .utb.It..1 Nortb-Bo-'d -
..ald.... ... "A" ""'. rirnnlnis and Rest d..wn. SCHEDULE. Rand .p. CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. 0. S. S. COMPANY FOR

cue ln" I (. the Curt-nail. leave a BI pia. ...... .... ....... .... Jaei k ii "For years when spring time came oo Leave II 46 p. 1ft. ..................... .. ...I'.latka.....,... .............t.. Leave 8 co pI m. AND KEY WEST.
The beet! meat li ob tn I noil from lioiri. mil I went Into gardening, I was sure to Leave. 3 eN a. m. ....... ..... .... ARtnr ...... .... .. ..... ..... Leave II HO I' nt.
thaI urn I"pt" i> tirnwliij u i' every Leave .. .. ...... ....I'ere.turd (Ira.Land) .. ... .... ............ leave 111 00 '.0<011. Jhflne Time Teblea! show the tlm s at which trains may be :.'.rrtf<\ to arrive and depart
flesh uluKf ii,) to k.lllnuc; tlm>. 'l lit' mil- attack was more severe than the precea-- ArrIve 8\11: &. mil ......t.... .... .... ... ... 8..nlo..1.. .. .. .... ... ...... Leave. 930 .. m. from the.ev'ralatotlon.buttheir arrival <>r. .."..rtll'" ,at the Intfd I stated |4 not miaranteed.
mal should not Itv fed for nlxjut twen log one," says Joale McDonald of Man, Arrive ..':00... in. ....... ................E.llerprl.. ...... ....... .............Leave 101st .. DI. from.nor ty-four; hunts before "Kliuialilcr.Vlien, 4"gan county, West Va. "I tried every, Jacksonville.
Oen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.,
a pig III (10 IK-" killed s.! (> that the knives thing with no relief whatever until 1 For Copyof the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
are sharp. 'nail in good' form und that rnoured a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain IRONMONrtKR.!: ., Amt. Gen.: 1"".... Aurt. 2O4 Went Bar St.,.laokKonvllle.' Fla.
Balm, and the first application gave me W. O.COO"KRJr..LooaI Krt.Agt. JaokaonvUla O. P. LOVKI.L, Super In tjii.lont Jacksonville. "SEE TilE TICKET AGENT."
everything \j" In rentllrttM for Hcriiplnii\ Foot Hogan St.,Jsekeonvllie) F''.. .
and before the first bottle used
ealle. was A.O. HAOKRTT Oen'l East'n Pa" .. Asrt.New Vorit CLYUt.I. MILKB, Oen. Frt. Ant., New> York.
and bangln.: the carcnsH A tliP.ip nUll I felt like a new person Now.. I feel that THKO. O. KUKIt. General Ma.ittK WM. P CLYIIK 3O.. Oeneral Agenta.CluMebrougb l3. D. BARKER Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, r AadeDCTR01T
suitable scolding vat cnn be fumed In u I am cured, but I always keep a bottleof )l1I1dlol1l8tate\ 8U,Opposite Battery Park, Mew York.
paraffin ouNk, which inny be set In a Chamb rlaln'. Pain Ualm In the house C. II. iVAi/TON.iAgent, Tltiwvllle! Fla. ,
slanting position at the mil of flip and when I-feel any symptoms of a return ,. I

scraping tulle which should bo about I soon drive It away with one or ,.
lIE foot long, two feet six Inches whIp applications Of this llnamen"t. For sale JYr1MYa4'itxx (
and two feet high. The water should by all druggUis and medicine dealers. Atlantic Coast Line R'y.

be at a tenapl'ruturo of between 1M f 7b CLLVFLAN0
and 18.1: degrees! when the hog In placed PREI'Ai E.your system to withstand ,! D'yra't .a

therein. If too hot or too cold the bulr tho debilitating effects! of a long e" tillfA 7 prXsd0A0 1 ,pCN y
will not tome off properly.The The Great Through Car Line from Florida.
lot summer by. eliminating the catarrh aPF
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old faxuloned plan of tenting the f
temperature wan to pour n few drop orms. TO TIIK 15A8T. .

of the pig's Wood Into the water. If It Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond and Washington thence (
spread evenly" over the mil-face the tem via the Pennsylvania Kallruad. 3? LOWS 'a&p CLafON0tov

perature win considered right. The TROPICALPINEAPPLE

water nhonld not removed from the TO THE AVKST. '' dos
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tire until It !III iulte boiling" and then If The LouUvllle & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio K. K. m R Ha

put Into a cold barrel the temperaturewill .. t:: }$
be about rl::ht when the pig lit TO TilE EAST VIA 8TI2AMSIIIP. CITY

ready to be put Into It. A munll shovel Via 8-i van null and Ocean Steamship Company: for New York Phllndeldlda Bos 1'IARR
ful of wood uxlit'H or a large handful of ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannak .
soft soap put Into the water will facilitate and Merohanta' and Mlnen' H'ransporttaion Company for Baltimore 1TILG
the looxenlng! of the ncurf. TAR andWINE' aud I'hlladelphla. (

After sticking or shooting the pig .
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wait until life U quite extinct before TO KI3V.AVBST ANI1UAYANA. :3 t7s +

putting Into the water. It thl U not Via Peninsular *: Occidental Steamship Company.

done the blood In the capillaries of the LPG
I skin will be congealed and the skin be Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points ."J IXGt taowrntClA

reddened. Try the hnlr often to know

when sutllclently Dcnlded. Remove the MILKAOE TICI{. TS.
hair from the feet and head with the THE GREAT TONIC
Interohangeitble.inlluneo; tickets Rood over 13MX mile of among the principal -
hands or with n lIt'rlllll'r-th"! lid of an railroads In the southern states, are on Hale by the principal agent

old coffeepot I III an excellent Implement For reservations. aDd infra mason apply' to agents of the A. C. L., or write, For a

and then from the body If properlyscalded Tones up the syitem-positively cures FRANK: 0. BOYLSTOV, Cnmniorol.il At. W.. D. STARK, Tru. Pass. Agt SMOOTH RUN

It will come off: easily. When indigestion and destroys Catarrh !germs, 1:18Ve8: Bay Mt., Astor Buildlnir, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

the hair I I'll removed serape tho body Thousands of testimonials have been IL M. E\IEHSOX, TratHo ManaRer. W. J. CRAIG Oen'l. Pass. Agent. ''
clean and trim I It, up with a sharp I WILMINGTON. N. O. SOUTHERNRAILWAY cn
knife Hang the currnII), wash received of the wonderful cares of this .
with hot water, then) scrape, rinse with gross discovery. Others have been - -

all,cold scurf.water Open and be the careful:body, put to remove the Intestines onellted by It* use. Why not YOU ? SEJ.A.B: :R.I> T. c_ OIfVIUE

down and separate the connections ,

near the kidneys, leaving' the ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE TO CURE AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR WASHINGTON. NEW YORK n ASHYILLE and ,

and the EAST. J HOT SPRINGS, N. C.

INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIAand CINCINNATI CHICAGO | THE LAND OF THE Sl;Y"

i The! NORTH 'and WEST... || 4!! "The Sapphire Country."
CATARRH. 'SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND,
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WASHINGTON', BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK, Pullman C.r* .__Ie.
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cvrriMO Vf A ronx CAMOABH. Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. I w. A. t.... ... T r.. ...."._ O c;. S. M. Haawnca. 0 P.A.IV w_..... I .
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kidney fat latnct. Remove the paunch MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
with the Intestines keeping all clean,
so as to preserve the fat. Cut around ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to'New Orleans -- .... -- .---- ---- --

the diaphragm mid remove the lung CB: AS'
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and heart together with the windpipe. For Information sod sleeper reservations call 00' any Agent ,
Remove the tongue.A / Seaboard, or'write aiT. ain w. Bay: $5.. JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
convenient way of cutting the cnr-
cats U shown In the Illustration.. Three A. O. MACDOXELL.; Awt. Oen. r.s Agt. 8. C. nOYl. TON1., '...... Agt.

cross sections sro made-one removes JACKSOXVfLLE, FLORIDA.

the head, the next the shoulders between Fuw.. |FULL
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the next taken off: the hams. The car 60 YEARS

caaa can then be easily uwnl through/ LA EXPERIENCE (
GRIPPE EXPRESS
with the meat saw. This 1'1111re.llllrPoi EXPRESS
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vary little trimming for the hams. ; PREPAID
Shoulders' cnn be trimmed easily. by removing I = YO 'Ip
the ribs or nock piece and cut Pneumonia follow. La Grippe N t r

ting away the scrimps for muii.iie' nndlurd. hut never follow the use ofFOLEY'S ,'L .r ?9

The middle piece U then split Honey TnAOc MARS
( through the center und tho lower two- DasIGNsCopvemmo.rys i.
thirds of the side removed sawing dc.Anrnna a wl
and Tar .
the The ONLY f1Y I'AOPICALM i ten.itn( S akNrh sad de.erIMene may t'
MANUFACTURED
ribs. ribs tht'ntalrl.'n
through are .. .' mr oWni..t tree wbst..r w It
out of the side piece, leaving the NUFACTURING QKSONVaLE ."..ntTo" ,1.. pn.May.xc. enS.milv, .....m..nl_
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7 lean meat on the side .\ part of the A'/ It stops the Cough and heals the Inng .&1nn..e,.... t, de.t n..nr..J.....n ey. for HANOIIOOAon..curtoe__Pwnta.au _nt.IpwatloeutlO. t r, t I IDoz.DflrvERtD
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o Pnenmonla and ConiampUon.M .brou." MaD"th.C. receiveScientific O .
flank may be removed for land and the Prevents wnhout charvv, la Is I

remainder will be available to be cured .Q."'*0W1I1I, of 111 O.roodvrlu 8", Chleaq Jlm rltan.A r j2QtS I fOR
bacon. ... 1&.... .. .
for -Sold by- st aYr .U. aDd I.left. .
nandwmflT IItnmnif4 wiwklr.eitliUlun T anrant rlisTrma.
j The lean meat on the upper third oft ..... a v.ry bad .o.sD .a ".r !asp wUdpro&aTsUoa.LIDTas.ar.d.ot.pl.wly or any .m.ntIOenrrna'' SA a $1299
the back including the rib, Is culled Red Cross Pharmacy, I rI ear I'Nrr&O .,Im. add.yall eewdesi.re.

the pork loin and is excellent for chops I Red Cross sra' Newyork
or roasting pieces. Fat! trluiiulugs WilY Tltusvllle, Fla. Pharuinrjr. tIIa,-> I_ ,....... : Afcrents for the Pabst BrewIng Co.

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American plan. Cent.rallylocated. Just" built and opened 1 Dooms with Baths. ; Electric Elevator l' '. '

this season. Fine cooking and !Rood table. Hot and Cold Water \

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot All ".,, .' ,:. 11t;. ,;,1;,: : ,
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Good Roads
-JACKSONVILLE'S NEW MODERN HOTEL: 4 Polo every week. /
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Everything new; centrally located; elegant suites with private baths
Rates American $2, to $3:lf European, rooms 75cts; and upwards. .
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R. RIXLEK, Prop. Formerly Prop, River I View Hotel ..... I .

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Centrally located. -EUROPEAN Thoroughly,PLAN-Repaired JACKSONVILLE and Renovated., FLA. : .: HARRY L. BEEMAN, Owner. and Manager : .' :r' <


Large, Fne Rooms, 1.00 and $100 per day. Special Rates by week. ,:'

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The New Travelers Hotel, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. WIIITK SPRINGS." -- NKW YOIIK..

-On the American and European Plan- .
Hotel Vend'orne Broadway and 41st Street; ,
Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated.! A pleasant The Hamilton WHITE STRINGS, FLA.
family borne. Rates: American Plan, $2.00 and $$2.50; European, uOcts NEW YOIIK: CITY.

and up. All oars form Union Station stop at the door. (FIREPROOF! :IOO room, single: and en suite, with private baths and toile
H. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.The -New, Modern High-Clans Hotel- rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN Oood rooms $1.60\ ; large rooms $:J: and with
beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the .ON TilE OLD SUWANEE RIVER .private. bath $::1./lfII16r/ day and upwards. The management Is under the personal t
'same management. Finest mineral In the world. Greatest health resort In the supurvlKlon of the owner. FRANK UHUEN Manager;
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South. Finest quail shooting; A
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NEW YOUK. .
Hotel -
Marlborough ..
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AUGUSTINE FLORIDA ,
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICB and PLAZA or' .
i This "New ltookl llKu" of the North, nlstleilin the mountains by the
", Moot. central location in the oltjr.; Strictly; fireproof. Sixty; fine room well Broadway :UOth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK.
furniihed. Rooms 0..1,. Oven November to Juno. Adilrca* *. above. .
400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely) with electric lights.. C >n sido of a be"uUlullake, 2,000 feet above sea level.
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ducted on American and European plans, and U managed) under flue person i
OKMOND BEACH. supervision of the owner. Exqul.lle; ellnntte.. All modern convenience.! Large airy rooms. C
I i E. S. OKOWELL, Manager "
Bowling Alleys, Golf and Tennis < ,
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The e Inn + AT ORMOND BEACH FLORIDA. Most reasonable' rates, .

H. U. HIIAREH:: Proprietor.

Open December to May., Car line from Ormond Station to Hotel The Bryn Mawr Hotel 13KYN MA Wit, ---.__- -_. -. _.. ___ ;I
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ANDERSON & PRICE. HOTEL COMPANY, Proprietors. s FOR.: 9.A.LE.:
WM. S. KKNNEY, Manager.
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WAYTONA. i Hotel with Sovon Cottages and. ion

OPEN: JUNE: : 'IYi Of-TORETL For terms pry address I ... Acres of Land. J.

The Ridgewood DAYTONA. FI.ORIDA. .
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Located on Ridgewood Avenue-tfce most beautiful avenue In the-South. t LELAND: STERRY, Mauager./ ,, .., !!

Private Baths. Electric Lighted. Northern help throughout the bouse. .
Orchestra. E. D. LANGWQRTUY Proprietor. .
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Located 8ARNO three quaters ot a mile south of EAU GALLIK, FLORI '
WAYSIDE INN JENSEN, FLA. on tIle Eau Oallle River, less than half a mile from the Indian River, and two r
Centre of Pineapple Belt.
and a fialf miles from the Ocean. The property Is two hundred miles south of 1'1'1'1'HA
j1p'( UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. "TO, Jacksonville, on the Florida ,East Coast Railway with the Railroad Station ad-

Choice location on the banks of the Indian River. Near the ocean.grounds Large Joining the property. Buildings erected In 181)6 and some of them have never (
with tropical foliage. Excellent fishing and hunting. Terms, ,2 been occupied the original owner having died a few months after their completion.The .
to $2.50 per day. Special weekly rates. hotel was opened for about two months prior to the owner's death, and
CHAS M. COSS. Proprietor. ,
bas not been used since. All the buildings were erected In the moat substantial

manner and are now In excellent: condition. The hotel and cottages are oomptete- I
furnished, and very little of the furniture has ever been used. There are two
.JOB PRINTING artesian wells, twenty cisterns connected., with sewer etc.
The property cost the original owner .I$,000 and will be sold at a sacrifice.

THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE The above cat fairly' represents) the property.For 1'1
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EZRA V. HATCH. D. L. GAULDEX, WM. A. WARNOCK, I
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EAST PRINTING OFFICE. J. Caretaker ,
COAST ADVOCATE on premises Attorney for Owner Agent for Owner, )
NEATLY CHEAPLY and EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE Eau Galll. Florida. Tltusvlllo Fla. Jamaica N. Y '\\
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F.A. ]lIOROA '".G. WALTOW. CHARGES CHURCH NOTICES j, A SOCIAL PARTY.
CLARK
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MORGAN & WALTON '
: Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Divine I Major and Mrs. ,F. M.Taylor, of South
JEWELERS AND SILVEIISMITIIS, i PAGE service to St. Gabriel's church, TI. Tltuiville, gave a small but enjoyablePit

41 West Bay !buect, .FIRE INSURANCE. a HOWJMTO tusvlUe, on Sunday next, at 11 a. m, And Party on Wednesday evening, la
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, 7:80: p. m.Tbore honor of Tltusvllle's school teachers.
Play commenced at 8:30 o'clock and continued
Largest stock In this section of country.EStabll.hed will be preaching in tile Methodist
until 10:30 when delicious Ice
Tltusvllle Fla. ,
In 18(18.( it. Some Letters Showing His church, Cocoa, on Sunday next cream and cake were served in abund
8th and 7:30 All
May at 11 a. m. p. m.
ance. The -came to an end at 11 :20p'
Send for descriptive m., when the guests left for their respective -
The Liverpool A; London & Globe ,L Ingratitude Services in Tltusvllle Baptist church homes. Among those presentwere
-- Insurance Co. on Sunday next. May 8th, at 11 a. m. : Prof. Teeter Miss L'.ly; Geiger,
The Hartford Fire Insurance Co. and 7:30 p, m. Sunday school at 10a. Miss Aleph Mlms and Miss Carrie Men-
ALEXANDER'S EXPOSURE. -m. Prayer meeting on Wednesday del, the school teacher.;: Messrs. C. II.
FLORIDA MOTOR CO. JIM
The Etna Insurance Co. evening at 7::30. All are cordially Invitedto Walton, E. C. Long sod Tres Feaster;'
Tile( Continental Fire Insurance Co. "v.N r r-- rw ,-- these services. also Major mod Mrs.Taylor and Master

DAYTONA, FLA, The Horns Insurance Co., of N. Y. CLARK PLACED- IN A RIDICULOUSLIGHT Wilson Taylor.

full line .... Insurance AFTER THE FIRE.
Carry a of. The pbenlx Fire Co. .
? BEFORE DEMOCRATS TO MOVE THE CHURCH.
AUTOMOBILES and TIRES The Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. IF ELECTED.
the safe and Its contents may be Intact -
The Insurance Co.
....In stock also Pennsylvania but If there Is Insurance tbe Writing to the : -
The Georgia Rome Insurance Co. ; no ( Denies With Emphasis The Methodist church authorities at

MARINE and STATIONARY GASOLINE The Rochester-German Incur, Co. contents of the safe cover only a small Man Who Made Him United States Tltusjllle hare purchased from the- Sheffield Eau OalHe, Fla.,
Land Oo. of Ga. the fine 100.&.,
But "Jim Alex" Augusta, May 4t.b.
ENGINES Norwich Union Fire In4. Society. part ot your assets), the savings of a District Attorney,' lot of land on the nortbest corner of

DYNAMOS, Northern Assurance Co., of En;. life time may vanish within a few Shows Up the Letters. Palm and Main streets, and the MethodIs Editor East Coast Advocate :
MAGNETOS Niagara Fire Insurance Co. Editor East Coast Advocate: church and parsonage will be moved Dear Sir-I desire to state through;
boars' time. Insure with us, protect from their present location to the above the medium of your columns, that If I
BATTEttlKH:: Fidelity & Deposit Co., of Maryland and I In of fire loss As*the Hon. Frank Clark has seen fit lot, which is more centrally situated. am elected to the pffloe of Tax: Assessor,
yourself, case a ,
to assail Democracy twenty ,
KVAPORI2ERS, "Surety Bonds" bitterly my I will visit every district la the county
SPARK COILS Agents for the get enough money to put you on your years ago during the present cam- and personally Inspect the property,
I shall ask for a little in
paign, space BIG PEACH CROP.
thus securing a fair and equitable assess-
and PLUGS Life Insurance
New York Co. feet again. valuable for a reply to Bro.
your paper ment. I will also give, my entire time to
of all kinds, and are offering them forsale ---.- -------- Clark, and I will use Bro.,Clark aa my the duties of the offiae.Respectfully.
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at... main witness to corroborate the truthfulness The Griffin Florida Orchard Co., of I
MR. NORWOOD REPLIES. I J. C. JONES TO THE VOTERS. of the statements made by me Jacksonville, have 200 acres of peachesand P. A..HcMILL AN.

._OTTO PrLXQES... in some of our joint debates. I statedat about 200 acres of cantaloupes to J
West Palm Beach and several other harvest this aumraer. To gather this
They have a few bargalos In Tltusvllle, Fla., May 3,1804.To Orlando, Fla., May 3, ]1)0.) '. meetings in the district during the Immense crop, the above firm will need FURNISHED COTTAGE TO LET In t
the Democrats of Brevard Co.: To my friends and fellow citizens of tbe campaign just closed that I wan a good IOJ men and women, as will be seen by South TItusville. Appy! atAIPvOO.A.TZ I
KNOX, The Fort Pierce News has drawn me Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida: enough/ Democrat to wade (around the ad. on our lit page. Tltusvllle.TTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT !
BUICK, out before the public and arraigned me As tbe campaign is. rapidly drawing to Washington In snow knee-deep securing -
for unfitness to hold the ofllce of Supervisor an end, I address this letter to you. At indorsements from my friends, __ i\
WHITE, of Registration.The the very close of my former campaign In both Senators arid Representatives in TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMiiles -
DE MOOV, agent of the News oame to me after WOO), hundreds of postal' cards, signed In Congress, for Bro. Clark! and with e '
the Registration books were opened my name, (In typewriter) were Bent to these I Indorsements, through Senator ;
I GRANT-KEIWIS: and demanded that I go to Fort Pierce the voters of the Circuit, falsely declaring Call was able tl-|tand him in the for .Sale. t
MARINE & 8TANIONARY KXO1NES. and Sebastian to transfer votes from I had withdrawn from the race, for United :States district attorney's office,
White City and Sebastian to Fort Fierce. !State: Attorney Tney were mailed principally which, paid it,00o( per year, and that
All Kind of I told him I would go, but afterward I to precincts I had been unable to Bro. Clark had written me acknowledging --
found that under the law, I was com- visit, and so timed as to reach the voters my fidelity and services him in
LATHE WORK pelled to be at the county seat at least on the morning of election day. I have. securing the name.
A Specialty. three days In every week for the purpose In my possession many affidavits from To my surprise' Bro. Clark denies Two Young' Kentucky Mules for Sale.
of registering voters, and all tye while voters who received these cards, and by ever having written me any wich' letters -
Write for Prices and Term. the books were required to be open for these cards their votes wets diverted from and challenge's me to produce the In prime or.dar. kind and no bad habits.

... the purpose of transferring voters from myself. I am convinced, however, that same, claiming that Senator Pasco was
precinct to prnolnot. I therefore. declined this was not the act of my former oppon the main factor who landed him in the Xr:: -$-<- i
13. L. MZ'T.O-GV-. to go. eut. In this way the result of the elec. office of said district attorney, whereas -
1 -* Tbe agent of the News then threatened Lion was changed.- This fact Is well it Is' a well known fact, and the, v
-' and attacked me in Its columns, the at- known, but perhaps not generally known records on file in the Attorney Gen- Address Lock Box 1 61.Melbourne. ,
taok coming with all the slanderous throughout the circuit. I therefore deemIt eral's office In Washington will! show,
coarseness characteristic of the Chicago proper to call the same to your attention. that ( enator Pasco supported the lIon: Florida.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAA
editor, and his auxiliary the Jensen II. II. Buckman for said portion. Iaccept .

scribbler I am In the raoe for your State Attorney .- Bro. Clark's challenge\ and her'- .
Another reason for my not going was to the finish. Let no rumor or report wIth submit three of his letters to me
gleaned from the agent of the News. At to the'contrary deceive you. I ask on the subject, and could furnish", many '-- -- --

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liatl would be elected by districts, repetition of such a fraud and like attempts take up any more of your valuable -
and I found that the News gang desired to again defeat the peoplea' will space, as I think these are sufficient to F.A. Morgan, Proprietor. E.R.| Bhkswnod, Registered Druggist. JJ

to colonize Fort Pierce In order to beat All that I ask is a fair deal, and I beg refresh Bro. Clark's memory and alsoto
John C. Jones In that dlstilot. There that my friends will take care of my interests show unselfish gratitude ((1') in now
fore, had I I would have done defeat for Congress.
gone until the polls are closed on May trying tp me
wrong morally and legally. 10, 1001. If this Is done my majoritywill J. E. ALEXANDER. '
Fellow democrats, if I am ,to be punished be so decisive. that my nomination RED PHARMACY I Imuariujc
for refusing to do a double wrong will be assured. I leave this matter In .
then "so mote U be." If I had been the hands of my friends and ask that I CLARK MAKES: A SUGGESTION.Department ,

asked to go, before the opening of the be notified by wire of any attempted of Justice. '

Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers Registration; books, I should have done repetition of this act. I am, personally, Frank Clark, U. fl. Attorney FLORIDA. :
Tike News editor linn worked him.
sue exooe lnjlyotratlthd and iitful for the :
Ales, Stout Etc. suit up to the belief that the Jones family universal MXproHHlonx of confidence gi .and Jacksonville, }<'18., Dec. 4, 11)04. -- --' A Complete Stock!: of-

d2PSend me your order I : are publlo enemies, and tlift' all who esteem extended to me during my personal I Hon.J.E. Alexander, Washington, D.C: PURE DRUGS At D DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. i
TITUS VI LLK and COCOA, FLORIDA ale disposed to be fair to them are no canvass among you. With assurances Dear Jim-I wrote Senator Call along i
batter; but he will find that his multi. that I shall always give ti> the dlx- letter last night explaining fully 4i'1 ftf Prescriptions Filled With the
tudlnuiis and bitter. vituperations are cliaigeof the hlgn duties of the office to him the situation' here In reference -t Utmost Care and PromptHnde."TBlWE
J. L. MOB LEY, neither believed in or relished by the my bust efforts for your welfare, and the to i the district attorneyshlp. I desire. ", WAIT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A'TRIAL ORDER.
people of Uievard county. In conclu honor of our beloved state, I am, If there is any question about my
T1TUSVIH.K:, FLA. sion'I will sity that so long as the people Your fellow citizen olntment, that the matter be held ap-In Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies Perfumery, Brushes,
Contracts for all kiwis. of Painting, Kal- allow me to keep the ollloe! the Registration JoaN: C. JONKS. abeyance> until the malt of March so Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candles, and all other articles kept
omlnlng, Stalulng Finishing and PaperHanging books shall not be dragged that I can hold the office during the I I i by up-to-date drug stores.
at the mont n-nxounblo around over the county In the interest of court here and the mr:: We !give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.
consistent with good kman"blp.price of any man or fuution. WIlY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, term present of court term at Tampa. I can make H.t...............N.NNf'N.NNN.N.............
when tbe best Self-Lock-
can buy
Respectful! you ,-
considerable fees at these two ternw of -
All Work on the East Coast W. S. N OH WOOD. lug price.Tackle Now Blocks In use at nearly la the tbe United same court I trust that If some one else la .SV"Xx.x.EJ: : : LI.IFiIrr'P'S.T iIa: :: iT.

to; be appointed, the Senator can hold
Stares' and Navy .
Army
t Is Especially Solicited. FOR ALL KINDS Off JOB PRINTING : them atPiltchard, Ieptrtments.Examine Sons or natters where they are until then. I
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Let ra9 know what you want and /get my remember the ADV OATB office, the AUVOOATK ollioe. Tltusvllle. thInk if you could rail on Frank A.Iranagan FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORSES,
estimate on It. Prompt attention the appointment clerk at
given; to all work, the, Department of Justice, and Interview ...STABLES... BUGGIES,
him in my behalf you might aooomplish F
something for me. BAGGAGE SURREYS
Attention Democrats ,
William Hindlc] Please push this matter vigorously
and oblige yours truly TRANSFER p=; 1 rod TURNOUTS 'of
k
FRANK CLARK. .
tTIir, COPPER AND SI1EKT!: : IRON
HAULING, ETC. ..all kinds..
WORKKR.Plumblng I Send Florida's Delegation to National WOULD NEVER FORGET.

>; Pump Work, Pipe Fitting Democratic Convention at Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 5, 181.... TITUSVU.LEBuck J. W.of Geo.OSBAN M. Kobbins'& SON office.FLORIDA...

GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE!: Dear Jim-Yours of yesterday Just
St. Louis tn hnnd. I aiiKvery much afraid that .
TANKS MADE TO ORDER I will lose, but I am satisfied that It
-cr: .i..structo d. will not be> the fault of yourself or E. L. ::se.. .:C-Z &;, :e O_,
Your Patronage Is Solicited ::SL: : : : Senator Call. I will never forget you, -DEALERS IN-

COCOA FLA. and there IK a bright day: coming forM
Everjtblnlt points to this as a Democratic year Roosevelt, who has been all If I cannot get It I want ac- GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.
I6 lon; delayed ,(ntll. the latter part of
} termed "the man whom everybody Is for and nobody wants," Is a weak candi March., By doing this I will get: the We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents! for NAPES FERTILIZERS.We .
Stanley Kitching date. The slims of the times point to the nominee of the Nation! Democratic fete or the office during the present deal exclusively In the above line ot goods and solicit the trade of all consum

-Dealer In- (Convention as the next President of the United States. term of court here and during tnpterm" ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
K. L. BRADY &; BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
It Is Important. to the Democracy of a small Slate like Florida that' It should In Tampa In February. I can make ateast
FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS $2.0110> out of these two terms and .
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bo on cordial terms and have some loflnence with the National Administration. I must hold the office that' long at all

Tobacco, Pipes, Caudles Fancy China If Florida should send a delegation to St. Louis Instructed to vote for a certain events.' Besides this; It will give mean w. E. GOLDSMITH: :

and Temperance- Dilnki. candidate "llrst, last and all tbe time," ail bope of establishing relations opportunity to make a record that ,

The following brand of cigars delivered would be lost; It would be possible for Florida to be la the absurd If not rid lemons I believe. will help me with tht Attorney Dealer In-
at $:J.23 per box of W): General. I am sending- in indorse -
S lluraboldt, Key West Smokers Premos, attitude of voting repeatedly for a candidate who bad long been eliminatedfrom ments every day, and shall continue to STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND

Cremo, Cubanas, I'ohalskl. the contest. do so as fast as they come In. In addition ,
Florida should send a delegation to St. Louis UNINSTRUCTED leaving the to these new! indorsements, get PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.TITUSV1LLK .
Flinch Cards, OOo.; lUnd MftJa Palmetto the Senator to call to the attention of '
Florida's for the man who Is BEST FOR THE NATION FLORIDA.
Hats, :23o.'!; delegates free to cast vote the( Attorney General former Indomenta ,
STUART FLORIDA BEST FOR DEMOCRACY, BEST:: FOR FLORIDA DEMOCRACY? BEST FOR of myself on file In his office. -
DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS. Among them is the 1 Indorsement of nine
INDIAN RIVER ICE
FACTORY.
The Democracy of Florida should be represented- In the National Democratic out of the sixteen members of the! State
Robbins & Graham Executive Committee.! I hare Influences
Go.InoorporaMd.
Convention by Democrats UNPLEDGED and UNINSTRUCTED, who can sacrifice at work to secure the support of TITtJlsVILLE, FLA.
If necessary, their personal choice and vote for that Democrat whom the hour Secretaries Herbert and Smith and Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
( .) may produce. may get them in a few days. What I. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.

PAID UP CAPITAL tAOOO.OO.: : The following named are the PLEDGED, UNINSTRUCTED candidates Mallory doing for me I Is he active In T. T. WETMORE. Proprietor.
my Please write nit as to ,
Tbls company owns For delegates t this. Would U be advisable for Fletcher
From State at Large. to withdraw and for our friends: hereto
:I.aAN 3D S. (VOTB FOB TBaSC.) Indorse me ? Wire me as to this as TICE.:

K the Indian River Country; On tbe St. T. J. APPLEYARD. soon as you receive this.

Luole Hirer at New River and v W. .I, 1111.1.MAN. : Yours sincerely, .
; on Bay FRANK CLARK
CLAUDE L'ENQLF. To Packers and Growers of Pineapples and
Blsoayne. Prices to suit the times. I' -
From Congressonal Districts. Tomatoes :
Send for Land List. ABOUT ALEXANDER'S KINDNESS..I
(you roM TWO nor ntmmKft' YOU .A8 rs,3
Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. First.. Second. Third.W. Department of Justice. Before you purchase your Paper for

R. FULLER. D. N. BATCHELLOR.( F. G, RIt 9UAW. Office United States District Attorney, it, will
Hodgson Bros. A. P. JORDAN. D. L. GAULDEN. C. L. WILSON. Frank Clark U. 8, Attorney. wrapping, payou to write us for

Jacksonville, Fla., Jan 8, I98S. and -
samples prices. We furnish
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1I0n.J'.Alexander! ,Washington,I>.C: you
BAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. :moor a:>:tsd 'wjLsldow Ii'rctmoJS.We ::: :My. Dear Jim-Yours of the 3rd re different grades and different colors.

Marine Railway. ceived. I can assure you that your
are making hundreds of frames every month for tile leading contractors kindness to me In the matter of the
General.Merchants and Ship Chandlers. and we should make them for you. W* do n cheaper and better. district attorneysblp- will always be Money saved in buying is .

g ..Special Facilities.. Our latest Improvement Is remembered. A great many peopleare l '

I. For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLEYS. claiming that they accomplished : MOIVE: i1IA.DE'. .
great things In my favor but I knowto
y Yachts and Launches and you should Insist on getting these In your frames. whom I owe the appointment and Write us

t X..tloDhe AnvoCATa when writing. When you have any building to do, write my friends I trust, will never have .

--- EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY. cause to regret their support of me. r\TxTED: : : :71 .:PER: c::..
offlce EAU Your.
GALLIE. truly.
sOLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale General FLA.. very
Cheap, at this of loe. -Yard at Tltusvllle, Eau Gallle, Foil Pierce and West Palm Beach- FRANK CLARK. Southern Office. Atlanta Gal .






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