Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00389
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: March 10, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00389
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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LOCAL NEWS, Till LAltGE; JilCICK ST01U2. -It has been hot and dry the past two Kline'sK\ Clothing aiul Dry --:Mr. and Mrs. l n. i". Hardimly! iif Se AMONG THE HOTELS.

weeks. Good Store. bastian wan In town on Monday. and

Lnd Topic of General Interest. The Place That Is Always.. nll" '. FOIL SALE pleasant, nine-room house Tuesday. '('ho AnvooAric U. on file at all the

Inquire of Mrs. Dodson Titusville. We vtlll place on sale about twenty-five best hotels In Now- York city.
New Commissioners
goods In every line coming in. County J. t\ Jones,
notice ads. ten cents
:1r" Reading are Have \l1>-tl'l.oI"te Men's and Boys' Straw Hats, J. F. Hell and J. R Where to stop along: the East: Coast.
line on this page.: you seen them ? >o; then do so -Mr. Robert McPherson and wife, of / Mlot were In town ,
er price ranging from !ftOcts to *:J..M.lI.Meu' >. this week to :Son list of hotels and boarding houses
subscribe for the ADVO- at once. The most up-to-date numbers Stuart, are occupying their cottage at attending their usual dutieson
When you Elastic J-e.ini Drawers, special\ the on lilt Ith and 7th ,
In Men's Bo.ird. ,
L era by the year it does not cost you straw hats, neck wear, shirts, Seabreeze this week 40ct. pngrs.Mr. / .

hree cents per week, postage Included. clothing, shoes; in fact any thing required Fred F. Taylor of Roeklodgo has
-'VRntel. the address of f.. D. Britt, Good quality of Balbrlggan Under- Jtidgo \M. S. .Jones of tho Seventh ,

Vote date of expiration printed upon for a well-dressed gentleman's a furniture dealer Is probably somewhere suits, special, 1.00 per suit. Judicial Circuit of Florida, Is holding been In Tltusvllle several days: pushing !

tour paper or wrapper every week. This wardrobe. on the East Coast. We \\'lIlalllo place on sale about :\Vi Court at Miami this. week Ills wife along,: tho work on the Indian River. !
I receipt for your money. No need YOU SHOULD SEE OUR DRY and lintel
a family< are still In DeLaiul.Mr. ti
send receipt for subscription. -Mrs. D. of kinds of Men's up-to-date Suits varyingIn i
"r us to GOODS DEPARTMENT. It's replete A. Blodgett Daytona,
riie date gives;:\ I it to you. with all the Reason's latest effects and has been entertaining Mlns Susan B. Intro\ from ft.VOO to 15.00. -:' \M. S. Sams' and daughter' \Miss Manager W 11\, S. Kenney, o'f that pon- :

About 800 pairs of fashionable Men's Catherine Name In ul.ir and up-to-date hotel the Inn, Or. .\
THE ADVOCATE fabrics, No trouble to show them. Anthony !and the Rev Anna B. Shaw were town a day oreo <

(1.50 per annum In advance. Write for samples.A this week. and Youth's Trousers, ranging! In price this week. :Miss Sums attended, the mood, has hail his house full of guest :!,

1,00 six months '. stock I from 1.00 to $IS: .(S) meeting/ thu Eitsterit Star I'IJI'1'II11H.I"y all the winter. Mr. Kennoy Is a popular !;,
large select
$2.0U! per an. to foreign countries. to from. Buy -Mr. M. W. Uldilell, manager of the We will also pll\ooon sale an Immenxe evening/ hotel man, /and tries, his best to make ,.

your whole bill from us and save money. Street Fair accompanied by his wife; line of Trunks and I Dress Suit Cases.Youth's all-oomers comfortable. l fi
THE: EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is onLie No need to !go elsewhere. also Miss\ Laura Edwards, of Chicago Mr. and Mrs Uc... 'V'. Scoblu mind ,
news-stands, at five !: and Children's: Suits at a great '
tents at the : LARGEST LINE OF MILLINERY I are !guests of the :Sembler cottage. reduction.A little daughter, Merlo, left, on Wednesday The Clarendon, .Soabrco/o; tilt Seaside: '

per\copyTitusvilleRed Cross Pharmacy ever brought to Titusville-Pattern Hats for Norfolk, Vn." whore they will Inn, Goodall ; Grand Atlantic and the)
of the fashionable
-1'he most
Street Fair hits been great variety
Jacksonville-Duval hotel. ready to wear; Sailors etc. All kindsof doing a make their future homo. The many bibles: Daytonn, are all doing a flourishing
big business this It ends on the market.
week. Saturday
touiUt. luminous. Read tholr ads. In
friends of these people hope to see them ,
Is Lent and do not forget itMessrs Trimmings We have received immense
-This night. The Indian River Band just an
the ADVOOATK and do not fall to If.(
A New Line of STATIONERY here onus visit next whiter :, pat- (! ,
W. II. II. and Geo. G. Gleaj as has been giving nightly performances a't line of Hunan and Douglas Shoes; also ronl1o: .tholo "oozy homos from homo." .j'
good or as cheap as you want. Investigate the Fair Ladles' Oxfords and Children's Shoos to -Mrs. H. III, Cressp, of I Kant: Orange, I
j eon, sere In town on Monday. this line An addition of tlj: rooms. to the St. !
and save money. suit and fit the most fastidious customer.You N. J., sister. of !Mr T. T. Wetuiore. of ;

-Mr, E. L. Brady left here, Friday FURNITURE-any kind you want -Mr. M. S. dishing, of Fitchburg, should' not miss these gnudit. ns Titusville, arrived on Suudny, iifiornoonl.int George hotel, St. Augustine! la to bn :

[ Miami to look after his We can please you In anything need. Mass., arrived Titusville on Tuesday among,: the suminor Improvements, says > t
last: for grocery you they are splendid value for HO little Mr. Wutmore now has two of his
business. lie will return la a week or See us before you buy; we will make It Mr Cushing, who Is a prominent hay money. sisters hero, )Mrs.\ CI'oeKOn.1 Mrs Isaac tho eeor.lr.! \ HoimlU authorized the' I
and grain dealer, Is touring the East statement when seen In conversation !'
to your Intercut. 'I'1"; I ,
|two. Mall I..lerlll'ecolve prompt attention Hen by. of Now York, mid they are wry
Coast on a plensuio trip with 111 r.lt.: C. Edmlnstor the well-known "f ,
Yours for closer and ,
a >
friendship continued much j
-Mr. and Mrs Madison Ham, of Glen Jl'I.IUS KLINE, ;pleased with Tltiisvlllo. These

Cove, L. I., arrived In town jesterday. service, -Mr. Wm. W. Brown, of Titusville Titusville, Fla. ladles\ will leave for" their homes. tin last contractor, on Saturday last. lie was .p.

They are on a tour of the :State:; and will JOHN. R. WALKER & CO, president of the Fort Dallas. Bank, Miami of this month, sailing from Jacksonville' asked. by it Record representative what;

(leave for Lantana today. THE I.AI1GE KICK sTOlt!!:. was, on Mond.ty night! elected Ex- -There will be work to do In the third on the I'Dlh, via the Clyde Line. In Improvements slid that were another contemplated addition, and to I r

< Titusville, FU.: aulted Kuler" of the Order of Elks, just reply '
-Attorney JeO. M. Robbing left here degree In Masonry at Indian River Lodge Wilting us from Philadelphia yesterday the St. George had boon definitely do- i '

rlday last,- accompanied by Colonel -Capt. Wm. II. Sharpe, of Sharpen, organized started with at 27 Miami.members This new lodge No HO, F. & A. M., Titusville, tonight \Mr. Edgar A. Frogman who cldoil upon. The addition will bo skyward i.

Eisby) of Jacksonville\ for Miami, where was In town on Wednesday the 10th Inst. A full attendance of spent several weeks III Tltusvllle, nays: and will be made by adding another .

they had an Important law case to at. -Mr. and Mrs. Traliern, who have members and visiting brethren Is. re "We have been having nything but story to the house Since the hotel y : '

tend to. -Dr. J. W. Inches, of Melbourne, wasa been at Jensen for some time, accompanied quested. sunny weather liere since my return. was purchased by Mrs.. Montgomery, a ;
-Little Miss Fannie Budge left here, pleasant caller at this office last Satur by their son, Mr. Al Traliern, a -Ml s Susie Gladwln, Mils Charlotte On the shady side of our streets the Ice few yours ago, It has been twice enlarged, ," :!

Friday last for Miami, to a visit to day. popular\ music composer of New York, Palmer and Mrs. T. I>. Howes will\ enter and snow Is piled up two and throu foot but the demand upon Its nuoummoda- r. .-
(her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.1'. Budge. -Mr. K. B. lUulerson, of Fort Pierce, were passengers on yesterday's train, en tain the members of the Ladles' Progressive high, whore It has boon removed. from lions .still overtaxes the capacity of the ;

Fannie's little friends in Tltusvillo are was In Titusville from Saturday until route to Kansas City, Mo. Culture Club at the resldencu the pavements.. It Mtlll keeps very cold big hostelry, showing,: that Its popularity '., ,. "

jiniioualy looking for her return. Monday .- vlr. Julius Kline, who has been In of Mrs. S. N. Oladwln, Julia street, on and freezes every night. Wi are now Is keeping pace' with Its. growth. ; I.,

-Mr. and Mrs G. M.\ Davis: prominent New York for a few weeks, purchasing Tuesday afternoon nuxt. having another snow storm. I wish I : !
Irs. Webber and Frank have still EESCHANCE ..i'
son, were In sunny Florida. The temperature H ;
residents of :Macon[ Oa., arrived here a big stock of summer goods, returnedto PENNEY A BRANNI.VO Tltimvllle .
returned to Titusville from has. been '
{ Daytona ranging from 7.1; to 85; 4-1'
/ yesterday, on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Titusville on Wednesday Mr. Kline
inhere they hnve been for several months. Prlndle.Mrs.. says It was very cold In New York, and HPGiving Away Victor Talking Machine degrees; In the shade In Tltiisvlllo tills A l prominent resident. of Eau: (Gallle, J l
and Ono Dozen Records On
(Frank, who Is one of Titusvllle's popular i. he was glad to be home week-rather too hot.OTIt"1' Fla writes tho AlivooATn as. follows. ,J"I"
\ C. C. Feigel and bright little agar n each One Dollar Purchase get a '
boys Is In office you
charge of the
express :. You do : and I we want all hotel men to read.' It 1
I it this place. daughter have joined Dr. Felgel In Ti -Mr. William\ F. Randolph a former Coupon, and the holder of the lucky not have. to Mend carefully: I
tusville. number this swell Call away to northern cities any more for
popular newspaper: man ot Ashevllle N. present.
-Mrs. It. Jones mother Mrs. I line Hats Shoes A company will bo formed here to put AI
Henry of C. who holds the In and hear the Victor In all the latest Etc; Just fall In
I now position of secretary '
(Win. M 1. Brown of Titusville, arrived -Brevard County Sebool Board has of the Ashevlllo Board of Trade Is selections.We line with tho hundreds of others, and up a hotel bill Ming, If some \good hotelman 'i'',

here last afternoon from New been In session this week with Messrs.Uardesty to & with good northern hotel connections .
Friday Penney Brunnlng's and Inspect
enjoylag a lest at the Breakers Palm have In our store a complete stockof e
[ I. Orrell, Carter and Walker in will\ take snfllclent stock to
(Hartford Conn., for a stay of several Beach Mr. everything that can lid found their ..tIKk.01\ will egret/ with
Randolph o attendance.Mr. furnish the hotel and will It fora pd
veeks Mrs. Jones' friends all others. that have run
many are himself surf barking In an up-to date Gents Furnishing they Ilia largest,
pleated to see her In Titusville again, Wm. M. Brown, president of house. Call In and select your up-to-date line of Fine Goods that was. term of live years at a moderate rental

Inhere she Is always a welcome. visitor.... the Fort Dallas National Hank, Miami, KV ROUTE to Penney A Brannlnthe /{'*, Summer Suit ever before shown on the East. Coast. for the building\ ; or to any !good l hotelman

IT PENNEY & BRANNING'S, the spent from Saturday until Monday, In Clothiers and Furnishers,' Titus PujCNEr: UIIAX.NIMI, They will treat you right. Ono priceto who will put up it hotel on his own
account will donate 5,0 town lots for
tp-to-date Clothiers and Furnishers. Tittmvllle with his family ville, three shipments of Straw Hats, Clothiers and FurnUhors.Mr. all. Call In, or write them. we 2
their real value of :
about *:1,000.00< containing
all the latest novelties In Panamas and Penney 'Ininnlntf., Clothiers and
Never before In the history of Titus- -:Mr. T. B. (Wales bag returned to Ti Straws also and Mrs W. F. Holmes, AnvoCATK three acres. besides some other
Split ; shipment of the Furnishers, Tltusvllle, Flu.Mr .
ville has there been such a large line tusville after visit of several
pleasant subscribers from
a Grand
Rapids, propelty.
famous Knoll Straw Hats, %. cuts. It _____
ofup-to-dato: Boys' ready-made ClothIng days with his cousin, Mr. Emmons, of will to wait a few days and I Mich., arrived In Titusville, Tuesday, and Mri. W. I), Currier and '

shown. We can fit them all, largeor Boston, who Is at Canaveral Club.. :Mr. Inspect pay our you tine stock before making, and will make: a trip as far south us Mi maid, Mr and Mrs. C. H. Currier, Master SHIPPING STRAWBERRIES. 4 ,

small. Prices right Call In and Emmons is a member ot Canaveral Club. "101. &[r. Holmes Is. manager of the Donald Curtle, und Mantel Benjamin i

we them, or write us. Mail orders your selection. Our line of Straw Central Michigan Paper Co. Mr. and Currier, Jr., of Lynn, Mass. have arrived Mr.\ R. A. Conkling, of Tillman Indian
IF'YOU NEED- A IIIOH-ORADE SEWIng Hats will be the latest stylo for
receive prompt attention. very Mrs. Holmes stayed at the Grand Atlnn- for their regular visit at Hotel Ormund, River, who wan In Tltusvllle on Tuesday
machine or attachments or \\'M"i.! : Remember we give one
parts, U
Penney & Branning. Titusville. coupon tic hotel, Daytona. and were much much to the pleasure of tholr many says hit Is shipping large quantitiesof ;
Write to F. with each dollar very
neodles, for anymauhlna. one purchase, on the strawberries to hotels and storekeepers
friends. \Mr. Currier was at Ormond
-Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holman, of Wor. O. Miller\ 419., \V. Bay street, Jacksonville Victor Talking Machine.! pleased with the excellent" manner In the automobile along the East: Coast. Now Is :your I
/ races going
which It Is ,
cater, Mags., who spent a week In Tl- Fla. lIe sells everything In the PENNEY &: PEN 4aY, run. time to strawberries. ;
thence to Kansas City to attend. the /get .I
r tUIVllle there left, Monday, for Daytona, line at cut prices; also, a splendid Clothiers and Furnishers.Mrs. THE: PORTER PRO DUCK A COMmission wedding of his son, Mr. C. H. Currier. Wm. 1C. Walker, Tltusvllle, has a lot t +

( they will stay two weeks, ere line of second-hand machines on band of Jacksonville
Company, of these ,
strawberries for sale I
leading H. C. ,now, sinter of. Mrs. T. Later a visit was paid to Lynn Mr.
for home They report their for short time, at from t3.CO< to 10.00 which Is Florida's largest and best -- s il
I stay! ln B, Wales, of South Titusville; Miss Emerson Mr. Currier's old home and, now lie
Titusville as a very enjoyable one, We the freight 22-4: fruit and produce house solicits.
pay and Miss Wales left your NEW AUTOMOBILE. f
l tad hope here the first and hU family are at the Ormond for the

|ter to again come here next win. -Mr. and Mrs. M, I. Ingalls and Miss of the week for Palm Reach Mrs. Snow consignments. They deal exclusively balance of the .season

have In fruits and I produce, consequently Mr. G. L. Mandavllle, Tltusvllle' 1::
Gladys Ingalls. of Cincinnati, arrived passed through here yesterday, on her .
-Rev J, T. Huntlngton; of Hartford, at the Royal Poinciana, Palm way to Hotel Ormond, 'while the Misses are In a position to give: your consignments For Hnl Ie. jeweler and watchmaker has made an ,.1
Conn.. the deserve.. automobile and has been enjoying .':,
owner of an orange grove and big Beach after a delightful tour of the Emerson and Wales went to the Royal they frequent trip around town on It, much a1 a1to

ItfMtotlandatLyratta, north of Titus West Indies and a visit at Havana. Mr. Palm, Miami, for a few days. They will\ GIVE TH K M A TIUAf.:41J:!: : To reduce our stock, we are offering the delight of the small boys. We i;
|1IIe\ who has been spending sometime Ingalls recently resigned the presidencyof find the weather a little warmer la marine engines at less than cost.S note that It Is not numbered, and be lion

tt t Hotel Ormond, with his lion, Dr. IT. the Big Four Railroad. lIe Is one of Miami than in their Massachusett homes.P ThU I III a Itare Chalice \ h p, 4 cycle, Regal, Jump spark no red light/ on It at night. It Is quite t' ,
an Invention, and I III the first automobile
I'lantington: of New York, left for borne the principal stockholders In the Virginia with shaft and reverse wheel IKJ5/ ever made In Tltusvllle. a
this i I1 ..M V: 'a.. .01"| ,r aaddo0
week, Their orange grove was not Hot Springs Hotel properties. Miss Sectional BOOK CASKS.: A floe piece of property for sale facing; 4 b p, I cycle, Buick Jump spark

jur d by the late freeze. Rev. Mr. Gladys Ingalls was Introduced to Cincinnati Large, new assortment of the Florida East Coast Railway station, with .shaft and reverse wheel 133 A NEW ORGAN.St. .
aantlngton and ion spent a few days at society a few months ago; at a Mason's Jars and Titusville Fla.. owned by Mrs. C. Collins 2i h p Knox with solid wheel and
'be pints quarts.
I;heir Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, on coming out party, which was one of the Waterman's Fountain Pens consisting. of corner store building shaft. . . . ]KX Gabriel's Episcopal church, Tltus jt l

way home.Pilierle" most striking of the season. Shaving Soap, 10 and 13cts.FURN'irURE : and a 9-room house. Grocery and rear t IJ}{ h p Knox with reverse wheel vllle, received one of the Farrand! Organ '

taurant connected therewith. This. Is. and shaft . . . . . . 110 1 Co.'s fine plpe-toned organs on Monday.
DKYOOODS SHOES.CUAS. : It l III a little beauty, and the organist
Plants For Sale. a very desirable piece of property, and a These engines are new and are guaranteed I
and Land for Sale. Tomato A. GARDNER, Titusville, Fla. Mr. F. A. Morgan, feeU quite proud! of
good I money maker. See this snap as by the F'.A. Moron Ci,.. so nice an Instrument. ;
About 30,000: Tomato Plants for sale. as possible. -
Two soon Daytona: Fla.
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?1 Inedeefor two-year old, small shedded Ready for delivery. Fire Insurance. FI
eels, 25: mlle south of Palm S. E. RICE. I notice that
ch. hereby give I have given Typewriter for Sale. The Clyde Une.
rt by Goo.l crop thu :year Not Titusville Fla. Strychnine to my bogs for the purpose Reliable Companies. Lowest hales

''and.jS. freeze Also wild pineapple of killing worms For Sale: A Dens more Typewriter. In Write: MOUOA.X A: W AI.TOY,

.| J. C. RlCKARDS ,Orange!' for Sale. R. G. HUNTER, first-class condition. Cheap if sold at Get your Clyde Line tickets from 2 .tt: Tltusvllle Florida. j
the agent at Titusville. D) not fall to
Boca Raton Fla. once. P. O. Box No. 30" I
and Grapefruit 25-; Sebastian Fla. ,
TA I Indian River Oranges to West Palm Beach, Fla. take the_steamer,, when going Xortb. Ientlstry I r' s I IUr.
not Dart by recent freeze. oJ C. H. WALTOST,
Winter Jtorue. box F. O. B. Fort A Itare Chance. +
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anyone Orange Grove for Sale. Tltusvllle, Fla. C. C. Felgel, the well-known
order. Address .
with ,
.-':l ) 01 Pierce. For Hale or Kent for next season, com- Dentist., who has had his office In the '.

I'M. will' buy beautiful location JA'tE't E. A.f BEws, pletely furnished, U-room; cottage; 3 Manhattan Orange/ Grove Rockledge Orange Lands For Sale. residence of 11 r: R. L. Motlow, on Julia P

I, I WIDter horn on celebrated' Merrltta. 2-tf; Fort Pierce, Fla. acres land facing Indian River. Rented Fla. A floe orange grove, full bearing street, has moved the same to the bnlld- .

IT.8.; 8' between Indian and Banana rlv Sale. this season fo ,$'OO. All land cultivated trees A floe house, furnished. New Orange lands. for sale: In Polk county by log Just south of the Delsner boarding-

I Its ol" .re" Improved J. with fine front- For- tome bearing grapefruit and orange packing houi0, barn, etc. Reason. for Randall A Craig Co. Can pay by Instal house. where lie will\ be pleased to see t

IIC& b Regal hurt on the Island.
!! Owner
'nt a good plan to have teeth
.. niculara BeIJIDg and abootlng Jump spark. One 3 h. p. In atock, price will sell at a great: 'bargain at once on Enquire for full particulars of Mrs. If. trees, fertilize, etc. examined whether you think your there I.I

$ n Gg3n i C. BCCKMAX, $123 00 JA' PBITCHABD A: SOY, account of death. Address, Julius Smith, Rockledge Fla., or -.J Address, Randall A Craig Co., photographers anything the matter with them or not.

St Jacksonville, Fla. THmvllle, Fla. BLAIB }Merritt Fla. Montclair, Are., Montclair, N.J. SM3; TltusvllI, Fla. "A stitch la time saves nine."
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M. Ia)tuna. Fla.. Feb. 11. IOCS{ -- An lurMvnt That Miowr.l llott \1'.11Ihwat.l
xEO. KOBBINSj Asso's.ralll"U To all llnfTnlo Killtor SVlre.l tttf l'm.l Brewing persons opposed to lenalli'.lntfthe : "rw >* >
t net It Hrn.ly.
AND COUNSELOR sale of every kind of Intoxicating( I It Is tho Mitiilou to l.umli m; -utiy! ut
ATTORNEY Iliiuuia, n) matter under w hut title such I', .'lIhlt'lit nOO.\'I.Jt 4vin idtvnrtil1..
tiny vlotlu I of u "IH>I'ml sen.v I u' stylein !
St. Louis and Uelp for Women
Keg Hottle,1 Paealnr Througll
ATLAW.Will laws may be enacted: Itiitli-r of Huffnlo u 5Vhite House illunii -
\n riling.I Moat ne>\ilo reall.i I brilevethttt |\ Change of Life
Beer. You are hereby requested to assernble r on the .'loetlon l says the ChlongoInter
practice In State and United States in Mr brawn "inI Mr. ..luli.i.iuivil.'' .
convention at Jacksonville Kla ,
Court. Bold by Me.rs. F. A. Lonlojr and Thursday March 2:1.: at 11 1\. 01., to reorganize .\. the Ocoiin.! story iroos. Mr. Ilntlor onllodnt order, n car .mail of p.iliuiwM In s;.ah"IIIU'till ProTldence ha allotted\ tn o"rh &t

R. L. MotloW.Tltunvllle.Fla. the Anti-Saloon Lertiruo of the II.\ iiui 8.11110 words nnd (ha I Lord I IIlunm least MCVl'nt'urN. in which to fulfill

Office at TITUSVIX.I.B, FLA. Bj Mr R. t,. Motlow Cocoa Fla. Mate of Florida, electing oflieerit. RI|>. the \Vhlte HO\MI while on hit wayto .mil oldster SlinUo+i'iMii* wrote our mission in life, anti it in /generally

pointing a State Superintendent and to :\orth Cnrolli'ii some 1 day ago and enough IIt.I !\o to deceive luoti il >.i rest I our own fault! if we die prematurely
liiu,! a long talk with President Koonevi .
T-% L. GAULDEN JOSEPH ZAPF select a Legislative committee of one or friends Illlt Ol'l'llHlOllllll.V Kill1 < uul"upon
more persons to be maintained nt Tall.i- 'lt .\. few days Inter on hi* wny .
I mi illustratli. Hint KI'>'I> t' i 1'1'"vi>
ATTORNETT-AT-LAVV, Imssue during the o. mit>/R session of our Lin. I I. north )[r. P.utler again called nt i
Sole Agent. style In \\iitlng N lU ,11"11111'11\|| | i I. tlutruliicil >
Mate I.egitiliUure to guard against; all the White IIou cfor nnotlipr" chat with
Will practice In all the Courts of the State attempt of the Liquor 1>,,"181'" .\sum1 in, th.. prexldent when the following eonvei.itlon c\i' us color IM.Mnn M
ot Florida and the United States Court k 010 to 620 West Cay Street lion to Influence 5,ald leglslnture/ to repeal ensued l-: >' years" MHJ Jaini'i T. 1'irliNvu<4

l or mod ( Local nuking! n c'ollivtlou of tin. \\iillims\ \ (itDo
Box.230. TITU8V1LLK, FLA. IIr present Option
1.0 which :Now) Mr.. !hither, how do I ymiHiMe 1.,0.. ,
. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Laws for purpose those Denlrrs tjuliu'vj. 'I ho tHMtiyM \\rniiloly
I nm going to fare In =Now"" York
WEBB have united and l engaged their men to be Hi'iitt(>rvl lu Miriam porlnillfiiN\ inul
J. "
f' at our State capital during mid Reunion. stale, oil elution day? the 1)J"'IIItI"lIt trite often luird to Identify MrlVMs I

-'fllE- They have collected a large fund to 8111'pOI.t I 11'1'(tdrtMt. kllOW llllfllrt: i'hdlltO llOVOt. '
lit II
ATTORNEYATLAWWill their appointees. Let us awake, "I 1 1.'IIt'thnt. you will got n bigger ed KtiuU'iit of l II" Jiiluct'i mi.I wrote\ L\\ \ :: y'. I Itit
practice In the Courts of the' 7th HASBROUCKMOTOR. there Is danger ahe.nl. The right to par vote than McKlnloy illd." was Mr. Hut-
him one day n"kliiK hN oplnlou nn ton
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents ticipite in the proceedings Is not limited icr't reply

and rents and accounts collected. but subject to c..n'r..J by a majoritythen At this President H> .>sevolt smiled! certain iiltlfle. Was It liy lie (Jutii-

present. The convention hall will" most blandly. try or not?
TITUSVILLB, FLORIDA. bo announced heienfter. Rev P. A. air ClKinto' replied\ that It rortulnlyTlnTi

-- STARTS EASIER RUNS STEADIER Baker of Columbus 0., general superintendent "I t your prediction come true and I WII" "> could lie no mistaking the :

D. PENNEY GIVES GREATER EFFICIENCY of the A mot'Icon Anti-saloon do get n bigger vote than McKlnloy[ : style of the piece'' .\ few wcekn Inter ..j
A I'll treat you to na goal n dinner
and uses League will be present. anwns Mr. I'hoati' received, through Mr .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW -LESS GASOLINE .1 R. TKOXKI..: Pre ever nerved In the White house I-'li'ldi. a letter\ from l>e tjuliu-ey deny
during my residence here.; said the
It. F. IHACH. Organizer.
per Home Inn 111"0111"1.1111.1 -womeulmt liulhnantly \ If' 41rr41aryHoehnCNervous :
Power than the iiiithorHlilp of thu itrllcl'lint
any Engine male
in all the courts of the 7th Lllte election night when the indications -
Will practice lalmcr Engine Chontoviin not of the stuff to
\Ve continually demonstrate this. l-'or Sale were that the Roosevelt vote exhaustion invites Judicial Circuit. t ylild. his opinion for a trifle like th Thin statement In the positive truth
In New York state would
Commercial sizes For sale a 1h.. p. Palmer Engine shaft >tt muchgreater I It- wrote to :Mr. Plelitx: \Vheti everything lu'c-unien n burden
S to 300 Homo Power. thnn the McKlnloy ,vote the
STEPHEN E. FOSTER Special Light'illgh Spend sizes front and ""wheel nearly new. Cost $185 I ; will followlnjj telegram went from Buffalo "I 1 Hllll he'IIthllt! l>i% Julncey( Wrotethe , out and excessive youeaunotwalk futliriut 1f.V, and blocks breakout with* '

20 to 250 Horse Power. sell for t7.;;.01.). Reason for selling: Owner to WnshinKton: i>MHiiy. lie ulurey; to the cunlrnry Into perspiration! eimlly,you anti your
ATTORNEYATLAWjyalUpchurchBuilding not Ithstiiinlltiir.
\v '
wants a InrCer'enltlne.. Address Duffalo, face HuNlu'N"and; you grow excited and
N. Y.. Nov. R, 1904. 1 ou'lillcss. .
Ir.0'10'1\ 1. rend the
; jar.: Benj. W. Jerome J. M.( LAFtl.v: The lion. Thoador Hoo.evelt, Kxacutlv < I 11'11' slinky at the leant Ill'nVCIltlon., and
I 2 Iff Mansion Wujirilniiton, I>. C.I: with a MiiillliiK cointm'iit. "Thut'n Just you cannot bear to IM crossed In any
JACKSONVILLE FLA. STATE AGENT Tituavllle Fin.Jtend You can get that dinner r a
WEST PALM: BE1CU, FLOUIJA. EDWARD II. DUTLER. Judgment 1"! have given out I you need building\ up

The Largest and Most Com- The New York Herald Montlm t'IiiHiil.;'| One day there titine at once I '1'0mll.1 up womnn'a new

Establishment South. -Willie In Florid To Cure a Cold in Olio I)ay ( ....I\I.r\ from He Quliuey conlalii'iiir! n mill BVHtprn and dnrinir the nerlod of
;jolere "hani" of late know of
( we no hottermotlliMne
humble ,.
apology for hU |ire\l lane 1 : bur\
Take LAXATIVE HKOMO QUININE Tablets than Lydia E. I'lnUliaiu's
GEOI S, HACKER & SON It contains exclusive reports from all I )Druggists; reIn lid the money If It dor. Ity fliinico lie had: found I In I>UIonic Vegetable Compound. Here is an

SMALLEYMarine the Winter Resorts; Automobile and failatt/01Re. KV.. Orovo's signatureIn ( the inanutcrlpt of thoi>ry Ii '11cle Illustration Mrs. Mary L. Kiwhno.. 371

each box. 210.: lied Cross. I'lmrniacv.OLD In iiioNtlon.Vrlt|" U'ti n u It lulil hero Garfield\ Avenue Chiongo\ 111., writes:
Society News; Latest Market Reports ______ __. ._ n__._ yours heforo. It hail piiMHed ent:ioifrom > I bnveimvl Lydla B. Pliikliitin's VegntaMaCoinxiiiiiil

r and all the news of the busy world. r NEWSPAPERS for Sale hU inliul, "nml you may tell your fur years lu my: fmnlly IInI"
Adventures of Hunter Brown In the New never dlHiipM, | >liilii i HO win.u flit tfint 1 wa.
I Gas Engines. Cheap at this office. yoiiii/ I'.iMton In\\\or. ho rom'laded u.rlujC'th"'lu".W'ol. life Irultilellt'nttreat., -

York Sunday herald *;2JJCeul : --- "tluit ho KIIVN my Mt.tlo .lietter (11'1111 I meat with It 1 took In nil nUint Ids Inittliw

.. 1 know It luyxolf!" -Yoiith'M (Viiipnnton. and, It did inn a (front livtl of frond.! U.to"M1
Estate V | my illziy m I"'"'", |Hklni' In my rock
llarjralns.Nice sun the hi'iiilm'liim. with wlili-h I hail miir"n> ----- -- -
rt11tH B&ZfeN for months 'Ix'forn fiklnif the t'oniHiunil.: I
A little 11'1: IMIIIO now and then
toed that If it 1".llIut" IHH-II fortlil KrtmtmMl-
8-room cottage, well trlncx fuliire 1 ti a lot of IH.MI.-Clil- |I. Inn for wn"l'1tllllb I Hhonlil. not have Ixsm

> ,r tr' located I.ln TltuHvllle . . .i :loU<><) (M) 1 1 cut" I'eent'il: Itcnild.Lf'piiv \ alive t.MI"r'. It I I" npli, Mq .1y you will unruly euro all foinalo illscrUi -
I 12 acres Land and HOUHO' ri ."

part set In Orange Tree, in] .: . will not ilo-ii'oml to 1IH"|
Kan Gallie . . . . . . . 700 OH lit'( ) ;H'O|"|1.> must rnlNo tll"III."I\/I teH. all uli-kand,\ ailing\ I women to wrlto :
MANUFACTURERS OF 3D acres Land nenily !? h .'oerty..t'nltun.A \ her for a.1 vl'u. Her great t'JlltrlouOll

Mile!! Klyer Front, II i miles! Doors, Sash, Blinds. 'north of Eau (G.itlie, . . -JOO 00 JACKSOKVUI
1II Itching llllnd ItloodniR Protruding,
20 I ;
norpM River
Front at 1 PI h.... DnitfulHtH) refund I If( I' John White & Co. ++
Moulding & Building Material Hardeeville . . . . . . . 4llO OO OiM'MKNr) : fall to ouiii money any ease,A l.n 1111 LOUISVILLE KY. .

21tf I). I.. ( AUI.I>KV: Agent ., mutter. how long standing, In II 1 to II .........10... 1.87HI.
Office Titusvflle Fla. .........1 .". ,.
Warerooms .
; King opposite diy* First npplloaliivn Klven mine and I ;aahxnw
Cannon Street.Charleston --- ---- .. rust "Do. If your DrntnUt hiimi't It

Fine: Property For Sale end fiOo. In stamps awl It will ho forwarded FURS ,

S. C. |>ont'paid by 1'iiiln Moillolno Co., and Hides. } .*

If interested write for catalogue and Two nice cottages' adjoining each > .l St. LoulH, Mo. aw 1-. .Z.a3

information other In North Tltusville with -
to an acre
Sash "
Weights, Cord an of hammock and five acres of rich muck JJOBDI

E. L. BOSTROM, Agent. land, suitable for truck farm flood IF YOU WANT A...
Hardware river front. The larger, cottage ban three
---- ----
OR&IOXD, FLORDIA. sleeping rooms and a servant's room up --r--- "

Window and Fancy Glas FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING room stairs;and and kitchen a parlor below.sitting The mum adjoin dining I

Ing cottage has two sleeping rooms and PRINTING I i iIlL .Building Lot '

A SPECIALTY. remember the ADVOCATE!: office. servant's room In second- atnrv" .>..., I .

r sitting room, dining room; and kitchen

P* -Th """IIIIIIP'!'!.. below.houses Large Adapted brick for cisterns a nice to winter both .. .. or a lot with a BUILIUNO[ KKADV FOIC{ OCOUPAXOV .,

most, careful farmer home. .Ie- LAND l-'OU AN OltANOB GROVE, r'

gardener.everywbereplace Apply to OKO. M. Rounivs) t . OF ALL hiNDs .
confidence In Ferr,'* Tltusville _Jl I J IMNKAPPLK: 1'LANTA1'IONor'I'ItUK; : ( AIU>EN,
Seed_tba kind! thai never t..U.I Fla 7
- .! We probably have for salt just what
are seeking.

1pGK P0U1ggEDICTNE FESHEDS Shoe Helll\lrlrlJ : I EXEC UTII'D : Settler are Hocking In but still there Is room. If you are 4r j

I I IId I do all kinds of-hoot and shoe repwlr- :.! : CHEAPLY t looking this way drop. line to ''II

ba.ebeentheetandardfor9yeats.Tb.1 log Pritchard, and do¬ Son.forget ANDREW It. Opposite GIIISON.Jas .:i 'I ARTISTICALLY *: JAS. E. INGRAHAM, :3rdVico-rreldent, ', ''j

are nut an experiment i 'i'Itii! vide, Fla. <: FLORIDA EAST COAST KT
by all dealer 1UO ..... 1/}
This great stock medicine is a. Anu.al/re. for tbea.king. For Charter. :i 1W and with THSI'ATCII.t ST. ATJOTJSTINC. FLA''".

money saver for stock raisers. It D. M. FERRY CO.. .,.,.

is a medicine, not a cheap food or Detroit Mich. ... .(e/. . iEnllONEYANDTAR fOlEnWoNEr TAR ''i'iOur.
Cruising yawl
condition powder. Though put Trochee. For particu <. .0. .rel. i
in coarser form than Thedford'a lars, enquire of the owner, : .. Ooldsi Prevent PneumonM f.r.AUde.n1 a..r... -... KmI'llONK ....... .
Stanley: Hitching, Stuart f .JJ ll. .- .. f
Fla. - - ,
- ----
Black-Draught renowned for the Olin HTOCK OF iJV" j1i \ .
cure of the digestion troubles of i --i: E: :B.riii: S.

persons, it has the same qualities t'aX) rr.t Cleaning and I'reHH'ng. :: . STATIONERY . I ,: I
of :Illfl, Knr.tiii.iMiii'.ii: IMMHWINKH -

invigorating the digestion stirring .t!' > N Co fit All work Z IS COMPLETE. WIlI04'I'! : OINfc i ANI! lUtANIHIX.:! r 'IExpress
up torpid liver and loosening d agj doneuptodate.. Call and : I ,
the constipated bowels for all stock see me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor <: YOU ARE INVITEDTO i Fep-id "" - --

and poultry. It is carefully i.s Barbershop, on Washington; avenue. Lamp's Deer.
pre- : IN'SPECT IT. Dux.
pared and its action is so healthful Full' ({Hurt niaamir 4 tits 0 qu TJijtn\ Kalxair. llcrrKatrib .t i iI/I/
that Dade < 1I1I"ln Rye ... .... . |J HA 14 nll'7nll ; 1'iilv. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. . .. ..1 HI i'i't'lIr
stock grow and thrive with an rfr County Laud Fur Snlo. : l i i i x Nalnoi County ,...... .. .. .. ,.:lIMI 4 :M 7 Ml\ "Hiainlaril. .. .... .... .... .... .. .. .. .. .... 1 atMelegrautlye.
occasional dose in their food. It ..... H /on. ...U..tr".huk. .. .. .... Ile
cures hog cholera C) For sale, cheap the northeast I 1 IT I llaniiH'n "44" ll)>. .. .. .... ....,....3111 A mi 011,1| . ... .....". ..... 9 an
and makes hogs "" l i southeast quarterof I EAST i "'''.I.IIIf..I'..... . ... .. .4 ('Ml a Ail IV onA liana Ale, |.lnt. ... .... ........ ..'' ".. ,7 w
grow fat. It cures chicken cholera ""''S quarter of section 3, town : I ) !\I."Whl."y.. .... . . .I TO oil il Ail 1 (mina Hlout, pints . ... .... ..... ... .. ...'J\ 7eWwvhllr.ndr :
and and makes Z;; ship 38, south of range 41 east; close to . .. .. ..J 7(1 ace 1/11
roup hens lay. It O. K. Wood's : l .. . . . . Bulk Goods, Jugs Freo-Not
pineapple plantation < Apple| | ,4 7ft It t VI '
cures constipation distemper and ;; ; NO St Lucie Hirer 40 on .!:I: ,::7lly::: :::. ..:.:il HII 11M 1 W Pre paid.
olas ; acres. : .... .. ... 71d : A U
in .ell..v..UI. .a Ml<
horses murrain in cattle Also the northeast [ COAST .. .. mim .t.. "' ) i>.r flal.-IC.fJIII. fnrii. Omul Omln.
quarter of north < Nnrth'arollna Turn ., . .::111/1 7 (HI
8 !
and makes a draught animal do ] east quarter of section 18, township 38 Mountain ('Ara. .. ... ... 7ft IIIMII Ml< .|. more (D : .Imualiw It innMmironl .,. .... .. 4\ HI tl1l tjunllty.l.nit
work south of : 7:111: I
for the food amJ 41 .
consumed. range east
CD ; on south fork of Mum ... . ,1 7ft M1nII Ml\ Iron Int./ -Ryo Oln. Corn, Hum. Iient j I
It gives animals :St. Lucle River 40 .... .... ... ... .' fitr Lhi. iii.tnify.. .
and fowls of all ;1 ; acres. Apply to .I f ADVOCATE ii trap Kraiifly 1 7ft/ 1)/) lit u tin .:|. -44" I
1 eno |lr MI live. Peach and
kinds new life. Every farmer and :: M CHAS II. WALTON Kli>K fit Kelltl/ckII..rl"lft. ....37/1 A ((III) U MlT Hmu.ir. Alellowe.l. iy; AK. Apple
1'erl.herry or 'I/KltU"\I\ M8/ 7flAtaortmnnt /Ml
lailler should Titusfllla Fla *IIM per fl..I.-VI"'n,11I !(>., M"cl.1( Drops
trial. certainly give it a a allowed on all goodS of .....* price. Hyu. >l"'iln'Inal (Jiiallty.IUHN ) .
It ,:1- > JOn PRINTING of - i[ PRINTING OFFICE. ; ; ; - ;;;
costs 25c. a can and save ten G .. all kind don at 41" Went Adam, Mt.Jacksonvllic, Kin.

times its price in profit. r= 9 this office at reasonable rates. Give : i :
us a share of .
I (It
.s mE :d i>> your work. s :\. .........................
Prrreevao KAL. March. 25.1961. C! rJO .- .. Ce: .. .. s- :E3L-cr: s2 CO. .
r -- - - -- .
have' been IbO -- -- - '
Stock alln"your Black-Daa.bt r ft) 517 *. slew, JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
and ;3 B.y
Poultry Medicine
00 any .....
stock ,
kled. fn same tim. I h.v need all o. 'Z Peninsular and "
Uut of dock food but I have found d) Occidental Steamship Company. ,
your u the best for my parpo... 5 ,

() Subject to chan|(. and Individual pimtponemant without uotl:... 'r j I lf i'

1 Port Tampa-Key Wrut-llnvaim I.lo. I',
ftS (Touching. at Key Went ) ;
-- Ole nQ Effective from Port Tampa, ria.. fburadajr,April 14, 1104. :!'i

Lvl'nrtTsnips..Ran.Tnra.Tbnn.tl:40pm: f.vHavana..TImsTbureRat..12lOn'n. .
Ar Key Went.. .".)If..n. WI,!. Yrt...... ":)14) l plft A' Key Weet..TnesThur., ".C. .. tI.:1II:: ) pin .
The Yiavi -01 ..0. LvKeyWest.MonWed. Krl..... S-: ,, ArHnvana..Tue.ThunSat..030am: Ar I'o.t Talllla. .w.-li Fn.Sun.691uxn, ; :I | :. Lt , ;
s !! z < Mlaml-Key \Woit-Huvnn LJna. re
::I 4i :!
0 : (Tonrhlnu at Kry W...t.)
'" A-noq Effective from Miami., na.j sailing Ihunnlay, iMrembor II. 1-W4.\ )

Home Treatment. (-' 0i Lv Miami .....R'lodaysTharadays...,. ,..,,am Li Havana ...r. Friday. . 4 00 iurt ';
p .
s Ar Kay West Hunrlaya,Tburwlayl.... .III t1tptp A r key West..Mnndye. Fridays .. H III'get 'y% v'1 1

Plan tot all O asb Arilaraoa LvKeyWe.t.MundaysThnredaye..1llgtpnl. 11100...'., Friday* . . Turn am lor r.vheyW.st..Tu.el.y.Satnrd.ys.\I'aml......T..."" .,., Saturileys., .... I.:', enpmMiamiY..sa in am 00 $4,50 I i

Internal Inflammatory conditions i KtT ctl.. from Miami' Fla.1.1.January..) S. 111011. t iI
and E-.1 1 Itld
Mter al. noli- I
Vlavl Is a LyMiami..MondaysThursdays! ...1111I' pm t> te.aa..Wednesdays. Katurd'7. '10 ni am '
''tfcal: treatment \waaa.Tnesday, JfrlOay .. .... ':IHJ pm A. .\lIarnl... ,.Thurwda.II..nd.7. ... see ate
len tumors. Call or ftS j = Effective! from Miami riM.,n literature pro
Li. free. Vlavl A' yas.ru ... ....Tu... Thus, Bat. .... .3O.ro .UlIam........ .Wed., rrl.Bau.;.... 8.3 amEffect
lbenin Use JO years-patron, nura- "' from Miami Vla..TbunKUjr,April13,1'5.! It Itt

bertc'; .Jo 1,1 Miami..........ThnniilaT. ... .... ..
by the :IftIt: pm I.Y :Nasesa..Retttrday..... .,,.... 2:aO pm :
millions.\ Ar >a-au.. ........ ........... ..
Ftldsy :anain Ar U..t........... Biinday..... ....B-:1J 1 am f
C) "' This service will elUM for the mon with aalllnK from from Miami of Thundar April t
Florida a XTtb, and from Namati Hat r Yiai
CoJacksontille. RI c. I.. MTERS, Mgr. F. M. JOLLY T. P A. KD.! )(. HAFER. Trafflo Allt. I;
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lralo a. c '
SG Fla. Q JACKSONVILLE. Accent for the I'abet Brewing Co. .. :f fa

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' LAItGK BRICK STOUi. -It has been hot and the ,
dry two r
past Kline's
Hlg Clothing suet Dry -.Mr. and '
weeks. II. J. llardimty<< of Sebastian AMONG THE HOTELS.Tho .
lie Place That Is Always Busy. Goo+ Store. wait In town on Monday<< and

FOR SALE, pleasant, nine-room houso. Tuesday. ADVOCATE is on file, at all the i

New goods in every line coming In. Inquire} of Mrs DmUon, Titusvllle. W will place on sale about twenty-live County Commissioners J. ('. Jones, best hotels In Now York city. t*'

Have you seen them ? >o; then do so -Mr. Robert McPherson and wife, of up-to"date( Men's and Boys' Straw Hats, J. F. Bell, and J. R. Mlot were In town Where to stop along the East Coaxt.
once. The prices ranging from 5(>cts to *J..'0.Men' .
most up-to-date numbers Stuart, aro their : this week lint of 1
occupying cottage: at attending to their usual oo hotels and boarding houses
I Men's straw bats, neck wear, shirts, Seabree/o this week. Elastic Seam Drawers, special, on the 11...",<<1. on 1st, Ith and 7th pages a
thing, shoes; In fact any thing retired 40ctx. *
for a well-dressed gentleman's Wanted, the address of L. I). Britt, Good
ardrobe. a furniture dealer. Is probably somewhere suits, special, 1.00 per suit. Judicial<< Circuit of Florida 1 Is holding been In Titusvllle several
YOU SHOULD>> SEE OUR DRY on the East Count.Mrs. Wo will also place on sale about :It L. Court at Ml.tail this week. Ills wife along the work on the Indian River. :} .

OODS DEPARTMENT. It's replete D. A, Klodgett/ of Daytona, kinds of len'lIup-to.date bulls, varying: and family are still In DeLand. hotel. 'i'|

ith all the season's latest effects and has been entertaining Aliss Susan B. In price from **>00 to 15.0O.: -Mr.I M. S. Mains and - v/ r

biles, No trouble to show them Anthony and the Rev. Anna B. Shaw About 500 pairs of fashionable Men's Catherine Sanm, wero In town a day or 1I1.<
rite for samples.A thin week. nail Youth's Trousers, ranging In price so this week. Miss\ Sams attended the mood, has had his house full of guest

large stock to select from. Buyur -Mr. M. W. IUd<
whole bill from us and save money. Street Fair, accompanied by his wife We will also place on sale an Immense evening. hotel man., and tries his best to make 1 i
need ; lino of Trunks and Dress Suit Canes.Youth's ,
i to go elsewhere. all-comers coin for table.
also Mlns Laura Edwards, of Chicago, and c'hlldion's Suits Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Soobla and i
a great
LARGEST LINK OF MILLINERYer are guests of the Sembler cottage. reduction.A little brought to Titusville-Pattern Hats << for :Norfolk Va. Inn Ooodall<< Grand Atlantic and I
-The Street Fair has been doing a grunt variety of the most fashionable where they will ; the '
ncly to wear; Sailors, etc. All kindsTil big business this week. It ends on Saturday Shirts on the market. make their future homo. Tho many Gables, Daytona, are all doing a flourishing -

A mm Ings. night. The Indian River Hand We have just received an Immense friends of the o people hope to see them : toiiilst business. Read their ads. In

New Line of STATIONERY, as has been ,giving: nightly performances at' line of llanan and Douglas Shoos; also here on a visit next winter. tho AnvooxrK, and<< da not fall to pat-
od or aa cheap as you want. Invest! ronl/.o UIOHO "cozy homos from home."
the Fair.Mr. Ladies' Oxfords and Children's Shoos -Mrs. H. M. of
te this line\ and save to CroHHe Kant Orange, h
FURNITURE money. M. S. dishing of suit and fit the most fastidious' customer. N. J., a sister of Mr T. \\'otllloroot An addition of tlj room to the St.:
kind Fitchburg
any want. ,
you You should not miss these Titusville arrived' George hotel, St. Augustine, IK to bo .
Mass arrived'I In goods<< as on Sunday afternoonlast.
e can please 011 In anything you need. Titusville on Tuesday.Mr. .
they are splendid value for Mr. Wetmore among: the summer Improvements, say
before Cushing who Is so little now has two of his
e us a
you buy; we will make It prominent hay the Record.: Mr. MeimtU authorized the ''
your Interest. and grain dealer, Is touring the East money. sisters hero, Mrs. Cioese and<<1 Mrs. Isaac
Mall Oiders<< receive Hen of Now York statement when seen In conversationwith
Yours for a closer friendship and Coast on a plensuio trip prompt attention. I they are very
111 r. S.: C. EdmliiHter the wall-known
ued service J I'Mut KLINE:, much |loaned with Tltusvlllo. The o' j
-Mr. \\'01.V.. Brown, of Titusville, Titusville, Fla. ladles will leave for their horses time last contractor, on Saturday<< last lIe was 4
JOINT H. WALKER & CO, president of the Fort Dalits Bank, MIami of this mnnth, sailing from Jacksonville asked<< by a Record representative what "

< THE I.AItfiE HICK BTOIih. was, on Monday night, elected Ex- -There will be work to do In the third on tho :JUth!> via the Clyde Line. Improvements were contemplated, and ,
Titusville\ l"ItCapt ,. aulted Ruler of the Order of Elks, just In reply said, that another addition to
....areeln \fttmt\nf9 at_ _fnclliin_. _tllvni_ _. _T.nrlirA____. Wilting from .
n nnn n us
organized at Miami This new lodge u. "' Philadelphia, yesterday the St. George had boon definitely do-
- Wm. H. Sharpe, of Sharpen, started with 27 members.Mr. No. CO, F. & A. M, Titusvllle, tonight, Mr. Edgar A. Freeman, who clilod. upon. The addition will\ be skyward f
!s In town on the 10th Inst. A full attendance of spent several weeks In Tltusvlllo
says: < and Mrs. Trahern, who have members and visiting brethren Is reolIlesletl. "We have been
- J. VV. Inches, of Melbourne, was been having anything but story to the houso. Since the hotel "
at Jensen for
time 1
,leaaant caller at this office last Satur- sunny weather hero since tny return. was purchased<< by l\Irli. Montgomery, a
y. by their son, Mr. Al Trahern, a -Mlns Susie Gladwin, Miss Charlotte On the shady side of our streets the Ice few your ago, It has been twice enlarged,

popular music composer of Now York, Palmer and Mrs. T. P. Howe will\ entertain and snow Is piled up two and three feet I but tho demand upon its accommodation -
-Mr. K. B. Raulerson, of Fort Pierce were passengers: on yesterday's train :
high, it has boon
the members of the Ladles' PiogrenHlyo removed from still overtaxes the capacity of the t
i In Titusville from route to Kansas .
Saturday until City, Mo.
nday. I Culture Club at the residence the pavements. It still keeps very cold, big hostelry, showing that Its popularity

r-vr. Julius Kline, who haw been In'' of Mrs. S. N. Gladwin, Julia street, on and freezes every night. Wo are now Is keeping pane with its growth.

-Mr. and )1 I'll. G. )[. Davis, promin- New York for a few weeks, purchasing Tuesday afternoon nuxt. having another snow storm. I wish I -- .----

residents of Macon, Ga., arrived here a big stock of summer goods, returnedto I PENNEY A BRANNl.VG, Titusvllle wero still In sunny Florida." Tho tem HERE'S A CHANCE. "

terday, on a visit to )[r. and Mrs. Titusville on Wednesday.<< Mr. Kline Ma.1 perature'" been ranging: from 75 to h5:
urn Giving Away a Victor
ndle. says it was very cold In New York, and china and One Dozen Records. On degrees In tho shade In Titusvllle this A prominent resident of Kan Gallic,

-Mrs. C. C. Feigel and bright little he was glad to be home again. each One Dollar Purchase you get a week-lather too hot. Flu writes the ADVOCATE as follow,

ighter have joined Dr. Feigel in Ti- -Mr. William F. Randolph, a former Coupon, and the holder of the lucky :' NOTICE.You do not have to send and we want all hotel men to road' It i

vllle. popular newspaper man ot Asheville, N. number gets this swell present Call away to northern cities any more for carefully:

-Brevard County School Board has C., who now holds the position of secretary In and hear the Victor In all the latest tine Hats, Shoos, Etc, Just fall In A company will be formed<< here to put

n In session this week, with Messrs.' of the Asheville Board of Trade, is selections.We line with the hundreds of others, and up a hotel building, if some /good hotelman l

idesty, Orrell, Carter and Walker In enjoylag a lest at the Breakers, Palm have In our store a complete stockof go to Penney A Brunnlng'a and Inspect with good northern hotel connections s w
ndance. Beach. Mr. Randolph can now amiisn everything that can be found anywhere their stock. You will agree with will take sufficient stock to )

himself surf bathing.EN In an up-to date Gents Furnishing all others, that they have the largest, furnish the hotel, and will run It for a

-lIr.Vm.. M. Brown, president of : house. Call In and<< select your up-to-date of Fine Goods that was term of live year at a moderate rental I

Fort Dallas National Hank, Miami\ ROUTE: to Penney A Jlrannlng's, Summer Hull.PK.NNET. ever! before shown on the Kant Coast. for the building; or to any good<< hotelman

at from Saturday until Monday In the Clothiers and Furnishers, Titus- A HHA.N.XIMI, They will treat you right. One priceto who will\ put up a hotel on his own

ravine with his family.Mr. vllle, three shipments of Straw Hats, Clothiers and Furnishers.Mr. all. Call In, or write them.l"ellney.t ILl'eoullt. urU isvllf donate :.et town_. _I..t.n.___ n_. kl
all the latest novelties In Panamas and their real value of about iOOO.OO r
containing ,
T. Clothiers
- B. Wales bas returned to Ti- running, and<<
vllle after a pleasant visit of several Split Straws; also a shipment of the and Mrs. W. F. Holmes, ADVOCATK Furnishers, Titusvllle, Kin.Mr three acres, besides some othnrpropel
famous Knox Straw Hats subscribers, from Grand Rapids
;'i ,
| cuts. It ty.
with his cousin Mr. Emmons of _______
and 1\1
will pay you to wait a few days, and Mich., arrived In Titusvllle, Tuesday, r.V.. II. Currier and F
ton, who is at Canaveral Club. Mr. Inspect our tine stock before making and will make a trip as far south as Mi maid, Mr. and 5frs. C, U, Currier, Master SHIPPING STRAWBERRIES. ; '

moos is a memberot Canaveral Club. your selection. Our line of Straw ami. Mr. Holmes Is manager of the Donald l Currie, and<<1 Master1 Benjamin -

YOU NEED A IIIOU-ORADE SEWg Hats will be the very latest style for Central Michigan Paper Co. Mr. and 'urrler, Jr., of Lynn, Mass, have arrivedfor Mr. R. A. Conkllng<< of Tillman, Indian r

machine or parts, attachments or 1)05.; Remember, we give one coupon Mrs. Holmes stayed at the Grand Atlantic their regular visit at Hotel Ormond, River, who wan In Titusvllle on Tuesday

oodles, for anymachln Write to F. with each one dollar purchase, on the hotel, Daytona. and were very much much to the pleasure of their many say bee/ shipping large quantities } k''

. Miller 419., W. Bay street, Jackson- Victor Talking Machine. pleased<< with the excellent manner In friends.Ir.. Currier was at Ormond<< of strawberries to hotel and storekeepers s

tile, Fla. He sells everything in the PEJTNET & PJCNNKY, which It Is run. luring the automobile races, going along the East Coast. Now Is your r

lie at cut prices; also, a splendid Clothiers and Furnishers.Mrs. THE PORTER PRODUCE A COMmission thence to Kansas City to attend<< the time to get strawberries.
ne of second-hand<< machines on band, wedding of his son, Mr. C. H. Currier. Wm. R. Walker, Titusvllle, ha a lot i
If. C. bnow, sister of. Mrs. Company, of Jacksonville,
>r a short time, at from 3.CO to 10.00 T. which Is Later a visit was paid to Lynn, Mr. of these strawberries for sale.
B. Wales of South Florida's largest and best
Titusville Miss .
; Em- Mr Currier' old 1 -
'e pay the freight. 22-4: now he
erson and Miss Wales, left here the first fruit and produce house, solicits your
and his family are at the Ormond for the NEW AUTOMOBILE. !
Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Ingalls and Miss of the week for Palm Beach. Mrs. Snow consignments They deal exclusively Balance of the season. !

lye Ingalls, of Cincinnati, have ar- passed through here, yesterday on her In fruit and<<1 produce, consequently Mr. O. I.. Mandavllle, Tltusfllle'

d at the Royal Poinclana, Palm way to Hotel Ormond, 'while the Misses are In a position to give your consignments For Hale. Jeweler and watchmaker, ha made an

oh, after a delightful tour of the Emerson and Wales went to the Royal the attention they deserve. tutomoblle, and ha been enjoying ,''\,

it Indies and a visit at Havana. Mr. Palm, Miami, for a few days. They will GIVE THEM TRIAL.. :!-'.:!IJ To reduce our stock Frequent trip around town on It, much ; ,
we are offering to the delight: of the email boy*. We "
ills recently resigned the presidency find the weather a little warmer In marine engines at less than cost note that It I III not numbered, and<< be ha .
lie Big Four Railroad. He Is one of Miami than In their Massacbusett homes. This I* a Hare Chance.A n h p, 4 cycle, Regal jump spark no red light on It at night. It I Is quite I' i j"tan
principal stockholders In the Virginia Invention, and I I" the first automobileever I
with shaft and
'poll! ..M V .I.. 'lor",r .IaddoO reverse wheel $115* made In Titusvllle.
Springs Hotel properties. Miss\ Sectional BOOK CASES.:: fine piece of property for sale facing 14 b p, I cycle, Buick jump spark Itl"f,'

lys Ingalls was Introduced to Cln- Large, new. assortment of rugs. the Florida East Coast Railway station, with shaft and<< reverse wheel 135 1
iatl society a few months ago at a Mason's Jars, pints and 'luarts.'aterman's Titusville, Fla., owned by Mrs. C. Col- 2!. b p Knox "'lthlolld wheel and ,I'It.

Ing out party, which was one of the \" Fountain Pens. Has, consisting of corner store buildingand shaft . . 100 !- Gabriel's Titus \ '
t striking of the season. Shaving Soap, 10 and IScts.FURNIIURE a 9-room house. Grocery* and restaurant I}{ h p Knox with reverse wheel" vllle, received<< one Episcopal of the Karrand Organ )ti,

HYGOODS, SHOES. connected therewith. This Is and shaft . , . . bO Co.'s fine pipe-toned organs on Monday.
Tomato Plants For Sale. CHAS. A. GARDSKK' Titusville Fla. a very desirable piece of property, and a These engine: are new and areguaran- It[ U. a little beauty, and the organist
for sale. good I money maker. See this snap as teed by the Fr.". rOTO" Co", Mr. F. A. Morgan feel quite proud of
bout 50,000 Tomato Plants so nice an Instrument.
:>'otlce.I soon as possible. Daytona, Fla. I I II'Ire
Jy for .
delivery.S. : j i
E. KICK. hereby give notice that I have given Typewriter for Hale. '
Titusville, Fla. Strychnine to my hogs for the The Clyde Line. Reliable \ ''II q
purpose Companies. Lowest Rates. t
of killing worms. For Sale: A Densmore Typewriter In -
Orange- for Hale. Write: Mo HOAX' A WALTON,
first-da condition. Get your Clyde Line ticket from I t
R. G. HUNTER' : Cheap if sold at 23-1.1 Titusvllle\ Florida. '\ ,
dlan River Oranges and Grapefruit 25-; Sebastian Fla. once. P. O. Box No. 3 J7, be agent: at Titusvllle. Do not fall to 'f

hurt by recent freeze. Shipped to West Palm Beach, Fla. take the steamer. when going North. Ie n t is try. 1''J'1

ne at 3.50 per box F. O. B. Fort A JCare Chance. J C. H. WAI.TO.V, # 7

ceo Cash with order. Address, For ale or for Orange Grove for Hale. Titusvllle, Fla. Dr. C. C. Felgel the well-known : '

JA .E4 E. A.XDBEWS' season, com )entl..t, who lias bad his office In the ,
furnished '
Fort Pierce Fla. pletely 12-room cottage; 3 Manhattan Orange Grove, Rockledge, Orange LamN For Hale. residence of Mr. :I f
land R. L. Motlow, on Julia'I ,
facing Indian A.
acres River. Rented Fla. fine orange grove, full bearing I I
For Sale. this season for,$, OO. All land cultivated, tree. A fine house, furnished. New Orange lands for sale In Polk county by 101 street just, has south moved of the the same to the bulld- .'i'i:
some bearing grapefruit ? Delsner
trees, and other fruit. Trees and" orange packing house, barn, etc. Reason for Randall A Craig Co. Can pay by Instal louse, where" he will.\ be boardlolef'I' .
gal Gasoline Engines. Four Cycle. hurt with frost on the Island.were Owner not telling: too much eare and responsibility. ment. We clear, fence, put out budded<< all In need of Dental work. '
.p spark. One 3 b. p. In stock, price will. sell at a great 'bargain at once on Enquire for full particulars of Mrs. If. trees, fertilize, etc. It Is a good plan to have your teeth ,111' /j

.00 JA' PBITCHABD & Sox.Titasville account of death. Address, Julius Smith, Rock ledge, Fla., or 1J Address, Randall A Craig Co., photographers examined: ,the whether you think there Uanything ,'.r ;
matter with them
Fla. BLAIB, Merritt, Fla. Montclair, Are., Montclair, N. J. :>-iJ Titusvllle, Fla. "A stitch In time saves nine." or not. ''t .

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The Walton How do I know all this I used to gers and bow the train s.'l!>*. *.. ''i.i o sppnJ.llI; what tLe skippers of other "Will M_ t\I.tcGri.EE.: :
work on the road and know the signals moves nhi'iid fast or ci'a i '. J'I.t UM he borts. Intend to (::0 or what sort of ,

as every railroad man does" wiggles; th. ce Hnxe"HJf 1'e 1 never n-'.ns' bor.ts: .COT i have iiear: them In n fog.For .
Just then the conductor, who bad his mouth to shout to the engineer/ or Insfnce. tux with a tow of Pairi.tOr:: : aril: ::Eaperhange: :::_

Self-Locking made bin way to the rear of the car anything like that -Just 'Pies\ It all by buries c::.n \MsntIe; MO that every skipper

reached for the bell\ ropi- and pulled It merely moving Lilac arm, hand uud fingers wlt'iln:: he.'flng! distance will un- DAYTONA, FLORIDA

Tackle Block; four times From the engine whistle and yet he has perfi'i.t control of derstu: : r h-it, tae:, tl1' I:>, where It

came two short bl.i>,tK I. Within the the train: all the time. It 1 N 1 really won is 1, Mil! i,, er I' I l-i i: >inir( and will All kinds of :S\g\
next, few minuted the party noticed derful. And It Is oil done with a comparatively \vi''i II out: .'"" H :a.',: i. n.nirlv. It Is to at any place' on the East Coast. A large stall of practical men employed "t, ,
Is claimed to be the Fluent Tackle
that the train was running more slow. few signals at tlmt. Its. ... ? III' 'e ri'l MII. ." ,, in which this kind of work.
Block In the World.! To nee It IK to buy .
I l3" than It hud been. wI' . :' '
It. "A vertical signal means 'UO ahead;; I It" vrr ;' -
Thousands of them In nee throughoutthe ; "That ivns a signal to reduce speed a motion nt right angles to the truck 1 '

North tread 1 testimonial. \ \ from aid the ex-railroad loan "The con- Is 'Stop.' Waving the hand In u small. ---.
I those who use them. doctor Is Jointly responsible with the circle means 'Hac111"\ ;; a large circle : Southern RailwayThree

load-holding; block ill i made I in various engineer, for the safety of the train, at arm's, length; 'Train parted.: When

t shapes; | nnd nlze, of WOOD. IRON:- and ho evidently thought the engineer coupllnic up n slow. stench circle Is

and liUOVZIC Will work equally well VIla trying to mnlic up too much lost used-you've seen It many time end

with rope, chain or wire lopo.Will Inio. So be gave him four pulls, which you may have noticed that the momentum -

horizontally work at or any at any heigh'angle, upside, and down will mean 'Iteducu ttpi-ed.\ and the engineer of the train increases: or decreases Trains Daily Two Trains DailyTO

top and lock at any point. gave him two short whistles, which accnrdlng to the amount of energy that

Invaluable. for every kind of bllMlncM"where IIU'lltl11 ICIght although In this cnn enters Into the signal. In oilier words' -TO-- -

a block U ffwj".I. frequently Having they: probnbly stood' for swear word! a hurry up signal:; Is given quickly and ;
the labor of one man or more. for this engineer/ lit n fast 'runner and Impatiently: ; n slow and cautions approach '', rr Washington and New York Cincinnati and Chicago

Nothing like It far hanging or 8tietch likes to yunk the train along fust signal Is shown in slow and .
fug wlreH. enough to keep out of his own way" easy movements of the lingers andhands. .1 .Southern' I....." Limited," "Chlcufco and Florida"Florida Special""New

All blocks fitted with the famous "Where do they get nil these signals Much Is expw-ssed In the way How fine your York.mid Florida. Kxpren" Limit"..."

WALTON-VlNTO.V' : rtOLLRIl UKAIIINO.Address ?" asked, the curious passenger the signal; Is given. There nre" lots of house looks 1 l"4 "\V"Khli>lton and Florida Limited."

"Oh. they come from years of ex little signals which the men use and ITo I

perience" said the old railroad man. find good but which the railroads that / Yes, it's been ,

They are practically the game oil over Issue lists of signals,, to their men da painted with Washington No. :34 1'10.32. No. 30 To CtuUt..nooKO: ClnclnNo..t \ --
the country although some roads have not officially\ recognize. and >ew York. X.Y.&SValm W. & F.l.lm'il nail and
variations, Just as railroad men have ex "And there are as many signals for ExIIIesv 30am i '""Lima ... .... .. Special J.I ,mixLv t .;
Lv Ht AuuiiHtiiie.... . 7 It loam 6'inpni Ht AiiKimtlne 7 Mia in jiiii
tI'll hand signals that lire not recognized the bell cord, which is no longer a bell LucasPaints ..v ..lackMunvtlleI aonm 12 liunm 7 /\IIpmAr Jacknonvllle .... .... ... .... II 'imam' ,
by the roads, although the men cord for whistle In WlL8blnlltonI 4'am 10 I/Jam/ supra/ ArOhattanonua........... .... it ir.pii, I'.iun''I,
we use-a now I
011'englnpM. ... .......
Ar New York... 13pm: 4 l.lpin 6 3Uum Ar Cincinnati . 7 Man
themselves know them and use them One pull of the cord when Chicago. ......., .....,.... :3 aiipn' mmr,''na' :
right along. The engine whistle ID the No -"New York and Florida Express,
train Is standing means "Apply Unilv No. ft Clncngo and Florida Special, -sally)
ised! for more signals than the bell ropeor brakes,' and the engineer applies them. No.32-"The Southern's Palm Limited" Daily except 8I1nd..".
the band. One short whistle (Tinted GlThat's ) except Sttn.lay. No. 18-'rheFlorida I.Imlte'nOli-
bet. Two
means! ;you pulls when
r starting No. 311-"Tbe Washington and Florida Lira No 1.1:-"The Florida Limited," daily ,. IU
apply brakes. It Is a little signal, like mean 'Release brakes;; two when run tied" Dally.. through: Pullman Bleeping Car to AtUinta uip.minghara >
thin," and he drew on u piece of papera ning mean 'Stop at once,' and when what gives it No-:1O-:: i Memphis and Kansas City

short lash (-). the engineer gets that the passengers the bright, rich, glossy To Asheville and Ctnclunntl. Night: :-Q..I'J; v'JI'(Il
The paper\ Boomed n good method of stand on their bends most generally; although 'I'raln. To Alken and Atiguata. Palm Night)
appearance. Lucas Lv St AuKUxtlntt: .... ......... ... ..... .. 0-IOpin Lima rntlll
showing the relative length of the sig the engineer; can do anything I.v Jiu-ksonvtlle ..... .. .... .... ..... .... 7 BSpniArAsheville Lv St. Augustine; . .. 11 loam <1nZ;,
Hula HO he continued using it. "ll-ru be cares to with the air brake. Three Paints give a higher ........ .. .......-...... . .... 1 Bi mAr L Jacksonville.... ..... . .. ..U idiptn, wim'
....... ... .... ..
3.pm Lv Savannah "
Hot i'lprlnl"I/ HSpn' : I'nimArlOackvillo
hey are in order, he mild, pausing It pulls when the train 1 is>' running mean gloss, look better and ArClm.'inimtl ..... .. ...... .. .. ., .... H Plain .... .... .... .... .. 7 V.n| :am'
for Inspection. These are the signals: 'Stop nt the next station;; four when Hlnckvllle........ .... . ... 8 I5pn I iram,
look better longer than No. :3O-Dallv. rnHinun Drawing:Hoom KitlTetHlppplntr Ar Alken ..... .. .. ........ . .. \U 2jpn: ilra
(-) Apply brakes running stand for 'He.li81'I'eI' ;; four / I ar.JnrkHimvllle to Cincinnati,through ArAugusta .. .... ......... ..10 2ini.;| .am
(- -) Two long release brakes pulls when standing are 'Cull in flag any other paint made. "The Land of the Sky."

(- - -) Five short,a signal to the flag man;' five pulls mean 'Increa.se( steam Ask dealer. Sundiy.No. 32-"The I'ullman Palm Car tram Limited.with' Dlnlnt nail xrtnt',.in,\

man to go back to protect the rear of heat' when the train IK not warm your connecting;; lit lilackvllle with train "arnlni/
the train. enough in the winter, and six mean Excellent Dining Car Service. rnllman Car for Aiken and Anicnxta. ".,
No. and
John Lucas & CoPhiladelphia "Washmirton: tlortilu I. inert
I (- - -) Four long, u signal for 'Increase speed.; It is all easy when Pullman Sleeping: ("lIr1 Jackgonvlllu 'i ""lCk.
flagman to return from the west or you understand' It. Steamboat men ville and Blackville and Augii i/!

south. have their code of whistle signals; too. J :Fur Sleeping Car Reservations, Slaps, Folders and Information, apply II' -

(- - .) Pour Ions and one nnd can tell Just us well as If they wero
short whistle, a signal for llaguiuu to ._-- .. J. CJ. 3LiTTSI31: : Dist. Pass Agt.,

return from the cast or north. 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
I "These signals arc. for the oublet'ul'k
I sections he explained "Ou the Hodges r$' 'a a

neclloim where there are four track B. It. HAILDWICIC,1': .T. 1\(., Washington( I>. C. ,v. II. TAYLOE 0.1'. A. Washington n '
...Manufacturers and Dealers in... BROOKS :MORGAN A, O. I'. A-.!Atliinta. Oa.RI .
these last two signals live preceded by

0110 very long blast to bring In the fluginin Rough -- - - -- --. - -
from tracks a ant! 'i, the outside and .. '
truck If, tlnm' (-) signal for flagman Dreastd ... k: U '
to 1''lUl'1fi'om the east", or north. Orange Box heads' Fruit and Vegetable GI"loll. Mouldincs I ; Shingles: etc. 1 fi. I!... t2 t.9:1 Lru.J: : J tJ v .. .1 V G1,1.Lira;
"t(. -) Three long whistles when JIllls and office located at liulTalo Bluff, Fla. Write UH for prices deliveredto .
the train is running call attention to any part of the State. Address! : Hodges & 0'Jlal'a, Uutlalo Bluff, Fla. A np"l i'7'ln r-1 II' h Fr'j;: I"
I ,:.. U_ .J t..... ..... [. w....j II'
I i I I 'y l .I the fact that the train has parted.This .

signal I Is often used ou freight SOUTII-DUUND! 2A3 Down: r.or,75!;1C.I 1-: .."
rains, for passengers seldom part and inning:: : : :PJ \I.rcl.: b i.rl.g:: : ., -------- . ..... --
-- - -
-- '---'-" -
all communications to the lit repented until answered by the train- .Au. : NI) :1J I :.e..J I J,5 U... 'j.. :. ) '". IdDlLiJy
Walton Self-Locking Block Co hid ). either with bund or lamp signals, and general repairing/ of all kinds", I fI..ly I Lolilly flatly STATIONS. Leal I nil"j "'

as it happens in the daylight or the I.eadorK, Gutters, Stove Pipe, Etc., made to orilee. Pipe Fittings/ Etc.Dusloell. --j-;;:; ; it tS p I Ii"o'-; -uoo.. I.V..Jut.-kiouville" .... Ar. -' ,/I;-7- ;; ;:
(Incorporated.) darkness 01:11': '1"11' ... ...So..I/I'.I..on\.IUo..L.. 7".1 I' .
0'S I' 1:10: p 111.. u 005 u ........:I. tuguatlue. ........ 09'1 p I .HY p ,,/1''' B9tt
Office and Wareroom 401 AtUntlo: Ave., "(- -) Two short signals when running Promptly Attended To- J p It6Ja .............lhutJlI". ..... ..... I' I s
Near Howe's Wharf' 1 Klevnted: Station. mire an answer to any slgnul from II1IJ I p :100: P 1:1: Iii P u4a IL ... ....East. Palatka ... .... p Asa I' 1 r .

BOSTON:- MASS. the: rear, except one on the parting of 101m-\p -2:1: J' -1:1811': 106:1 u \r. .. .....I'nllflklf .....Lv...333 P -440 pl.-
OWNERS OF TUB OKLKUUATKDWALTONYINTON the train. Address or call on OED .T. WHITE Tltiisvllle Fla. I,4a J p U.II J' 1141 A 921: u I.v. ..........httk" ... . ...Ar. 1t/ 31l: 1'1 urn r -A
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ROLLER BEARING "Two short and one long (- -) are ----- - alp 1I1:1p: .\r..tt..nM.I.v.11:1'1II: Op
to 716 a 80\1 a ldL..U . ...Ar 7ua p 7tw p a NJ'IJ
an answer u signal concerning anything .2-- .
Sample Blocks can bo seen nt the AnVOCATK ah(>ull. l. lt'ylMe,1 to use the WE WANT EVERY GROWER : 1N 1 P I.II.v..s..U ... .... ....Lv. 4 UY! P I
oflflco Tltiisvllle; at the store of other\ signal of two short andthere's Ion p . ........ el: p I
H. U. Hubbard & (1!,).. Jacksonville; coil ones, IN THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS 1 11111 I' '..... ......... 411 p
Jas. Prltchard H n'n n story In the reason for this 1110 IL ..........Hot"IOrmon.I. ....... 'UO
() StOl'O. Titusville, diu >. "FLORIDA VEGETABLES. complete manual Florida 1I31 p //lOOp IMp II "IL ............OrIllOl..I. ............ IIftnl' 4 rat PI !l1nlL ..nn' 1
Fla. Call and lice these blocks working I ;. I1gt on Crops. 1I100p Ul"'p"' re.I ]p 11:111.. ....... .....tll.......". ........... 8UIIp CIOi> :203 a ''I U .
"Two short whistles used to be thonnKW..1' "FLOKIDA ORANGES."-A book of lI1eclalll1lerel\t'to Orange Growers. I'" p ..........1'or' "r/lnLle.......... 821 p1328a
to signal whether from ; : UMp 22',1' uolp! ..........l'o.vSlllyrn.......... II4I"r> 546P: 180a 41612t0
any "FLOUIDA 8'l'RAWDEHlUES.-Dooklet on "Soil, Varieties, Cultivationand : I' ...........h.lt hill ........... 22>1 J p '
JIA1LKOA1MVILLSTLESTHE [ the rear or ahead. Hut one day when FeitlllzatloD." 1110" 4eOp 1I:1"J': 126111' ........... :I'UII"\'IU..... .......... 11\:1,11: 246 p i1'J: I, a 1 fa a
had to and send :9 us a CI:! P ........... J'.nY'a ............ 111 P :9 p4OJp
u passenger stop men "IRISH TOES.-Hooklet on "Soil Set-d. Planting and Cultivation, Effect .... "'o.hl.h'.............. 11.11'. I
------- ahead and to the rear to flag an approuchhig 620p 4li.p 14'Jp .....,llacM ,:e J: ,tt'1s. ....... 10111' '202plI'Up
WAY THEY TALK TO THOSE train the ahead of Fertilizers IMpglnic and Shipping. eM I' 2U p ......... ..IsuII I;;'"l1le. .:21s p 1214p I 10M pi
man saw
Interest 068! p bIll I' ::1:111: P ...... .. .. MrUs'Irlto..t.; 1:1"\1': \ 1211 P IIH P
WHO UNDERSTAND THEM. freight ('omlnflown/ the track which "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZERS. special to Pineapple Growers, 611111' .............t..l> ..tuw............ 111..
here had that shut outthe "IDEAL FERTILIZE US."-Hock tdiowing all ourdilTeient Brands, Analysis, a at ;I' ....... 1 St ldwte............ 'J 0ai4a3 I
Just a curve B 71S: Ii (140 I' ueo I' ..........,1'ur l.Io.e .......... .l'')as s 1202 P 1110' I' IIf. rOl9rp
sight of the frelgl't from the engineer Price, etc. ............:J.\I.\.ld..y.\ \ .....I a Sil.l P
A I.iinwimc 'Iliut HUH Ilceu Ilnllt VpKrom Xew and revised editions of the above just published, sent free for the asking. 104 P .............. :I.I..n.. ............ 11,2. M10p
Long Sears wf llxperleiiclluiiiiU .... of the passenger The man was 70'1' P ........... . ..I..,. ..n..... .... .... 11C1" S\I\: P
just getting busy when he heard twoshort .. ....n... ..blunrt." ............. 011II" SU2pTJ7P
Wltli the hell end \\IIU n WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY, : ..........}lrb.-Snun1............ 11014" 73'p7m'Sp
Sweep of the .\r...... whistles the signal for his recall ....... .\\.tJuJlh.r...._.... 861.a TlepIt1ii
uud went back to his train. As u mutter JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA : a4'7p e31)p 600p tr..WertPnlnBcach: ....... 313& 102a: 114'P' ,'toy'
of nei-llou handy nt C 43a DUO P 86Up .620p: I.v........1'.1 m Uvacll. ..... 80'1"' 11110" 62'p76ua
raising a gang"; of fact, those two whistles were -------- - -----. --- -- - -.---. _-- 01Sp: 0:2.1': F1) .......W..I..mJh.ucb. ...Ar 140a 111111. 6u6.II61 .
4 work Hour tho Htutlon the engineer on the engineer's answer"' to the signal of J p ....... l.vmtnn..Lv 7\:1IL 64" P
the blew blunt followodby "Ii)00p ........ . . I'I"I'Y' '". .. ..... 7(1:1.: 631: pit
express u long the conductor, who had Just pulled the 10/lf/ ) J> .. .......Irt I"'hl", l ....... 011 a .II :'
three short whistles. Mho flt'oct! on the \flagman thought tliein Florida and f \ no I' .. :' ... ........ 111\2.. C ,:. pII
the lh0IInIN1MC Oranges GrapefruitALSO IIJ: I' Rr..... . .l..sl.1ui'i ... : : 47 pBnRetParlor
thou, who were doing HOIIIU minor tu,.> his own signals and so 020a( l120p 1140p 7UOp .. .. ... ......Lv 6y"a:" 800a I 8tOP
truck,: work, was ulnioHt inaslciil.\ Tim vent back to the train. A few luluutes '

foreman gave some iulck. sharp Oi" later they blllli rear end colllslouthere. EARLY VF.OKTAHLF.S WANTED hlMason. Caraontramea,3t,70And19amid:: ; ituaetSlerPIngCueontraln4 I'
,ders, the hw'). JuinpeJ. for the !hand cur Then they made a change lu .tw..n. Sutyrua.Jacksouvllle and 11.1",1. 1'.1rlor ClLrd tin trauma 80 and 40 between St. August'new '

on which they hud! broughttholr tools. that signal for tho brakeman ahead. =

and ILeuisohoH, aud befoio the expresswns ""'hen the train Is starting he coll.tinned M_ Clark: C3NDEN8EO! SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND ST. AUGUST 1 'r t
out of sight the
gang wim pump "tho answer to n signal froai .

lug Its. wuy down the truck lu the direction l. the conductor to back up Is three short 110 :Murray Street New}York. No. 1J'Na1} No. .Z9i 1 110./ JS INo.. eJ' No. Jlo NO'I No.'lit r No.93t t"ll.
from which the train hud just whistles (- -). V II BOUND Daily llnulp Dally I Ually I Daily ,F.Unuy Man.' F. : 1'1 Dally I Aa1iy :E-,. Nor';

come 1'our, short whistle (- -) U a call L. )acktOnvilie MOil A"I\ t" AM 1,11)iAM' I916PAtl: 1111 PM 20; 1'JOO ] 8,,11I1'11I _:I"r 'M :
")II1Kt have been soniotlilna the unit froiu the engineer' for the display. of Member[ of the National League of Commission Merchants of the United States. .Ar I.AulJlI..one\OOAMIIO ;5AM 1110U'lI1.i'MI2hll'M 8i) PM. 400 111:1.: ... \1.1.: ,'M1407uNa ,

ter," remarked one of the group of men signals when ho Is approaching; a tower 1'1".160' .
.Stencils and Furnished / 1st ND.98t No. 92} No No.33' Na 44. O'JOt"O'75j No rPN.
ou the roar of the train whose attention Quotations Cheerfully BOUND j8.I
or any plate here ho may expect to Eb.uSunlly. : I Pall 'IIL..t.AulIlI..ine
Dally PoUy Pally p'.o .a Daily
hud boon uttructod. the
by celerltywith
either band
nee u Hcmuphoru or u '
7 '
which the men dropped. their uul and may \lI>tlnll\ it waiting for 600AM 7ijj"7; i 8I0AM ;;1 11 emOry i 6l' ; .
Ar.Jack..nv.Ue NuCAM. 'O..III YJOAM \ :""" ; : 1'>1 11J: 40 1'>1 1101''' 710..M 7JI': '',
work. him. P. R-uhlma.n: & Co. .
"yes" Maud his went companion; "u "When a train 1 Is carrying signals, for Train compo t
Day coaches operated on these train on which no extra or scat fare 1*cha." <1.
fire down the rood The following know that
piiKlnoer saw n : I'CtlolI-J'OIl'
Washington St. )t NEW YORK .
It somewhere buck there and told the when there Is heavy: travel trains run 1 J3 :Murray Street. J N. V. Na J9 sr. Al.trt.STI\Ie: ; AVD I No. tU No U PALM BEACH AND MIAMI.MI '. 6a tDally
gallIC about It with thnt whistle ua he lu sections l. really separate trains several Dally NEW S.'I"RoIA.: Dally .1.0

punsod. He IIIIH a roKulur code of whittle minutes apart-a gl'l't.'u.tllijt I""*, elo p Lv..St. Angustlna.......Ar. lIn6A .I 983AM LY........Brenkerv. ..... Ar I I ..
slKiiitlri'; tltut conveys: nlmoHt any lu- shown on the front of the engine us n 11111 P L v.......Eaes 1.lLlatklL..Lv.IOIOA. 050 AM Lv..WestPaintHeach..A .
7001> "r. .....l1ot..IOrmoud..r.v 8.10A M' IIU"I"M" 1.9..I"'ntt.n.. . L. I II
formation iioooHHiiry to give when run- notification to switchmen and others Oranges Pineapplesand 7201> Ar..D..yt..n..I.v Tr.9.t M'I ILmuAii l.v..Fa. Lauderdale 1M .
nlnn. Now, that Hhuul' he just gave that another train Is convlng) on the 7110 I P Ar..New Smyrna.--. 7110" I lIi.IIA" Ar... .. ..MI..mi... LNo '

them, oiit IOIIK uud three short whiitlon right of way of the first train and the ...... l I.' .. ;;... ld Z 'ItOall1 '
18 i 1'10.
I , U 1Ilrt! ulariu, unywhviv. Ho engineer calls attention to the tlag at Florida Fruits'Our Specialty.We Sunday II MAYPORT BRANCH:' D. ...jni J Dally No. I.\ CITY BRA'I'Dati :'

might be. niuulnx: a Kwltchor In a yard' Important points by whistling one long, .. IN. "S'.2...!.zlie. ; :
. several of the shippers In State and wish to a :\ p i Lv. J..k.on..UI". Ar 880 a 400 p i P 91oa Lv. New Smyrna Arl iI4l
and discover a lire there le| wouUI( and two short blasts' (- ). represent largest: your represent 1I U.) a I 1.1. PablqH..eh.Ly 161) a 3311: P 1o ilia 1.9, I.aka Ilrl.-n Lv lilt
:' give that signal and all the available "Yon ore familiar enough of course, 1145 a I536 I' LvAtlsntroHeauh L9 74.1 a 31.5: P in,) P 40:I1.a I... Oran.... CItT Lvll: '
you also Give! us a trial shipment. Established 30 ,ears. U n'n : p Ar..M.'port..Lv.. 1!It) III
a 5001Ne. .00 P 10 t:" -\r. Or"11!City Jo. ,
i' ;yanlnitMi would IiiitIt :rblttd It uinl! with the highway; signal whistles\ ou .
would to work" that Are crossing (- two ----- 7. 1'1. 1'1' No. II //I. U
fro tl) put out Approaching a -), -- UMIIy HOMESTEAD EUENSIOol.:
Dally SA."FORD BIUoI'1I.:
; HP might; be' riiuulu:; an empress owl I lout; and two short,. and on approachtug ESTABLISHED, 1870. h. Soo Ex. San Dally. o. t

when piiHsttiiK: tliroiiKli n town nigh; station, a Junction or such anther -- 630a I.v ..........Jllaml............Ar.I Soup -1130 a lv.....,. TltuMvllle... .Arl I-
discover biillillnt ou lire at nljthtHe ) point on the road there l.s the fa 7 ell a oAr. ._.. .HOWD.t..ad..L9.,. 84op. 9 W a AI..... .... aDfor .. ...LY

f" would w.'Ue up M-ry railroad mini ailllar one long! toot (-). M. Lane & Son

. within, lionriiu( by the Hound of thot' ""'h(>11 the. engineer sees danger) PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI

ahil'ln he would whlnllo.. There la Mole head he gives ten short and sharp signals -

,I. tbliiK Khurp. p<>r Mnptjry. Hturtlluit. (- .0 - - -) to call' the attentionof 230; WASHINGTON STREET: NEW YORK. Cline Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. &; 0. S. S. Compaw
about tluitvh.xil[ .. HUniil."Tho : . the train crew to the necessity for

ctmuiwr of the l'll''Utl..llupw; being! alert and ready for any emer NASSAU. HAVANA AND KEY WEST

York 1
by tho third story windows of hovsen one loug and three short blasts when Tbs." 1Im"T..b'. '&" show the times aa which trains ; be expeM to atrlve and
und arouse the neighborhood; with passing", n section foreman or any one from th"several .c.Llon.l but their arri.al deptLrture.u se the tlmued.tated 14 not ,gu.r.r
nor dole
the &
t t their bluHtH. The tire back on the road else whose duty it may b* to watch the Commicsioss: ::: : ::: : Merchas: ts:: from' d tt8elt responsible tot any delay OP any coa>iat.nce"arl.in

might; be gape u large one or It iiilitht road.

be u mull sue but If the eniclneer "Ever watch a brakeman OliO freight; FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. For Copy of .h. LOCAL TIME CARD or Oth.r Inf .._...."
-, thought It iiretltsl attention lie would train making/ up n train in the )'III"HEvt'1' "SEE THE TICKET AQENT."
notlttV the next travk'inin he M.IW' off notice how he does It all with a

It. and that man would KO after It. sweep of his urm. a twlstlug of 1U: flu- Stencils, Carda and our quotations tarnished on application. J.D.'RAHNE.R. Asst. Gen P....Agt.. ST. UGU5TU(z:. rLA'


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Merritt. WIlY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, I JAMES. PIUTCHAKD President; wit M. BROWST Vlce-Prenident.

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, l HEALTH- when you can buy the best Self-Lock WINSTON: S. BKANNINO, Cashier.

,-- lug Tackle Blocks at nearly the same
Mr. and :Mrs. Webber and their charming -
price. Now In use in the United INDIAN RIVER STATE' BANK
FRIDAY. daughter" from New YOlk City, are
States find Navy Departments
guests/: of Mr. and Mis. D.iidonvllle this

CHAKLKS H. WALTON, Editor &: Publisher. winter. A trip to Palm Beach Is In is the Examine them atPritcbard & Sons, or COUNTY DEPOSITORY. ,
prospect on the launch, Adelaide. Sun the ADVOCATE office/ Tltusville.
ny Hide Is an Ideal spot for a winter visit, Authorized capital,
Daidinivllle most
and Mr. and Mrs. certainly
t or Tae INDIAN awns, LAKE understand makiiiu their "friend MostImportant Bros Paid up capital, - $25.ooo

WORTH AND H1HOAYNK BAY,&OTIOH$. feel at home." Hodgson Average deposits, $200,000

Discontinuance of aclvtu. must bo made per. The fentnro of the past week was a EAU UA T.LIE, INDIAN. RIVER, FLA.

..klly) at thin offloe or by writing. Progressive Euchre at the River View .--- Transacts a General Banking
Uotel, Friday last, given by a chosen Marine Rill way. -

be made payable to CHARLES Lb ree-i1esdamos Tu fin, Petit and Davis, Chandlers.
Check eto., niny General Merchants and Ship Business
all of Brooklyn. To say the aflalr was ,
S. a success Is superlluous, for with such ..Special Facilities. 4

rs- wntliiK: to the Al>vOOA'rR for Intorina.tlon'oi a combination of wit and talent, It could 1 The manufacturers of Royal For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing: ay Largest and Oldest Bank on the River,

\tiy kind,tbewrltc'rwlll l oblige.; lIyenel081.' not played bo, and otherwise.the pil/eswon Point euchre as follows' was: Baking Powder have had 40 Yachts and Launclies. .:$ ; .,4 Exchange bought and sold An all t _ui'
IItamled.I\d.lrcls.,1 i umelopoBO8rtV Countries.
lug a | Mrs Hr. Cronin, of :New York, won flrnt fears of scientific experience. Mention the ADVOOATK when writing. d i ('

U 'FICJC-'rlill EAST CoA 'r AnvoOATB ladies' prize-a handsome pocket book. method of bread-and- -- ----- -- I'atroimRO: appreclnted. Prompt "l ini 1 ,, ,' I ',t,
Weir MIl Uoollng and Mrs. Every 1 anti favor ,. .
;Mrs. : treatment every consist "ni n j,
fllcent4 4 Atlantic nvoniie'' '''0.
Boston ban, which opened will an bo< In charge of Mr. Claude.. 'iiciton) all "tied" for second pllze, and cake raising has been exfiaus- J. R. WALKER & CO., orvativa banking grnnte.l.
:Mrs. Well" and Mrs. Cilcliton drew, and TITUSVILLE FLA. t CORKI:8PO\DE:\TS,
p.Walton. tively studied in this country and ,
and silver
won a silver paper cutler Empire Trust Company, New 1 i \ Y
orange( knife ; booby prlzu-an Indian abroad. .. .
all communications to Florida Hank and Trust Co, Jack i"\ ) ,
Address doll-was won by litHe !Mrs. Petit, and "
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, add that ; The result is a perfect product '.J.I"rU8VILLE. FLA.J
right here I want to Mrs. Petit ., .
...TITIJIVILL&. FLORIDA. Is a new comer to the Island, and, although in Royal Baking Powder,
-- -- -
- mlllln stature and name, !bignU
is substitute for
OF. cpsirtmont of Agriculture lies small also; sill), she occupies( no no it. ."',:E3[. :I> <>')13 JE3 I 'I' S.

small corner In the hearts of' all who The purity and efficiency of (Successor to Dobbins Bios.)

Weather Iliircnii.--Jupller, Flu.. coma, sunny In contact nature with and her If genial she, settles generous Royal Baking Powder have GcrSf rnc7.: : :L.. C> C I S 1VEITH:: .

The following is a comparative state among us permanently, aa she hints of been commended by the highest Badges, Checks, Door :Numbers Stencils, Trunk and Locksmith bupp\ .
ment of temperature and rainfall for the doing, she will bo a welcome "settler." authorities of the world. UEI'AIRINO OF GUNS AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTY

week ending Tuesday, Mar. 7, 1905.ISXVj ;Mrs. Petit Is a friend of Mrs Nevins, of Gun and Revolver parts and keys I at wholesale. Trunks and Valises 1 tii:, i 1- ' "
( -1001- Brooklyn. These facts mean two important 224 Main fet.:: Jacksonville.. Fla.

DATE.!: MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN., gentleman's pi Izo-a silver match things to all housekeepers : _.. _ ___ __ _ __ _n _
1 7J( f:J! 811> '11 box- was won by Mr. Davis, of Brooklyn -

2 7('* :M I 7S OH ; second gentleman's!: prize-a cigar
:J 7J: 0.1: 78 1111( case-win* won bv Harry ([oman ;' bonbv Tin SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAE
4 77 !r..I l 7ft
r 78 <111 70 (03 of many facts, which created consider Powder Is healthful and
II 78 ((7-( 77 an I makes wholesome food. Ow Perfection Trav Trunk. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
7 70 71 77 OS; By the way, I teal it nothing!: but just Has the Celebrated Tray. Trunk for Sale. ,
Total rainfall for the week : .00 to mention Mr. Wynne, of Brooklyn, wh'o I Second : that Royal Baking -Call and see It-
Departure from normal ,rainfall for the by his cheerful dispoaltinon, and willing Powder makes food 'I

week: minus .70 Indies. Departure Hplnt, 1 always has n large share of the
to taste.ROYAL Sidewalk Brick
from normal rainfall since January 1, work, of making the evening puss oil Paving ,,,,,,
minus 4.31 I Inches. successfully in some capacity, or other

UAL. I'. ItAituiN Observer. assigned/ to him ; he was marker, and did BAKING Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida Telephon< 2
his part with grace!: and agllltv. We will
miss his happy smiling face if he deserts POWDERABSOLUTELY J. MUNNKULYN, General Manager.

Do NOT throw trash In your yards I us before the season clones. -
Place nil The gowns: worn by the guests were
the streets
or upon exceptionally handsome. Mrs. T. F b'atew The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In tin Sf ,'"
rubbish in barrels! so that the Nevins wore an elegantly embroideredwhite PURE J 'itiftijrPUHUZAF' :

scavenger can easily remove it. voille, diamond and pigeon blood *

and thus rubies, which were very handsome. I ""
and clean help
Be neat
'V\TJCl. 4 Sours & Co.
heard one lady remark, that "she was a : :: __
town along.
your dieam"! :Mrs. Talle wore handsome
Point de Venice lace waist over satin; WEATHER REPORT. -,(
THE Indian River country is diamonds. Mia. Cielchton, Mrs Nevlu's \ SEEDS,

Clod itighter, looked superb, In cream By Rev. Tas. II. White, (observer for R i
getting fbig share of tourists white lace over pink silk, and diamonds.Mis. Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
and, like all preceding winters, the Petit was covered in filmy white Weather Bureau U. S. Goveinment. v ,

East Coast of Florida/ greetingthe with loads of "val" lace, diamond and BUMMA.UV Foil FEU. 1!)>0";>. a ms 20tt( East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

tourist in true Florida style, pearl[ ornaments Mrs. McGee, an ela- Ugliest temperature on the 13th. 81.0 BOTH CHARMING .
for fewweeks' {ant gown!: of Esc 11 Hal lace, over black. Iowest" 17th 40 0 Catalogue Free. Warehouses on tracks of :S.: A. L. K'y. and A. C. L. liy.MeMurray .

Some are here merely a :Mrs. Pooling, black crepe de chene, and Mean for the month..t. . . . 0.2.0: and refreshing Is a, glass of our delicious
but others with flowers in her - -
pleasure, many Emeralds, hair Average mean for 2 ( years , . . 85.0 soda. If you haven't tasted it you have
with her
will buy places, so that they can Mrs Oeo. Klssam Highest It It 21 "inlSKJ: . 72.11!
white hair Cerille vollle and missed a treat!; in sense of the. word.
Pigeon every
have a winter home on Indian Hir wore .. Lowest It 21 I "In ISI);;. i r>7.0 & Baker
blood rubles. 1011' nile bluejienadina
er. We have a magnificent sheet and lace Halght and dia.monds.A Halnfall In Indies . . . . . . .81 OUR bODA
cream ,
Average for 28 years . . . . 3 7.JOieateat : ,
of water for yachting, a fine cli monIC the cottagers were Miss 1\1 u8s..l.manln "
2S In l4)0.( : Is Ice cold, flavored with the purest of
mate, and a. hunting section thatis white organdie over pale blue. Least 28" In W8.! , 0.15; syrups and served In a big generous glass .1.01.413 East' 'liny Street, Jacksonville;; J. Mrs. /Shelton In Salmon and Mrs
hard to beat anywhere in Florid : pink, Prevailing direction of wind. . . :XW
in white lace with that holds to thlrst.
lil.iir; cream mauve Number of clear days . .1 I . . . 11 plenty assuage your, -1\laleI'8 nud Jobbers -
a. velvet. During the evening. a speechwas fair . . . . . 10 We make a specialty of fancy drinks and

called for, and l Fx commissioner, cloudy . . . , . 7 invite you to try them. You are sure to

tourist TITUSVIM.K season: has this had year.a banner Hotels James the cull.Keathlng The subject, of :New, being York, the aioao presentation to. "" "" days days with with rain thunder. . . .. .. 5 1 like them, as everybody does. Drop In Yehicles Harness, Carriage and Wagon Material,

of a handsome souvenir, to for one to-day.
Island Home, Merritt Island Fl.i.
and boardinghouses have frequent. James Hagan, who was leaving his : Saddlery, Rubber Tires.

ly had to turn people away this many friends to return to New York, a Red Cross Pharmacy,
winter. Kvery house has been leather collar and cull box, cigar/ case FOR ALL, KINDS OF JOB PRINTING First-Class Repairing and Painting:, Etc. Etc.
and box of cl al'lI. Mr. Hagan responded remember the ADvocATE ollice. TITUSVIM.E FLORIDA.
rented and still .
applications are
- -- -- --- - --
to the surprise by quite an oratorical
.. ..
into this ollice for furnished ------- - - - -- --- -- - -- - -- --
coming outburst, and seemed overcome by such
houses and rooms. Nothing like /generosity on behalf of his "fishing :EI.y Your . .

if want to rent companions;" HO not to be outdone In
advertlsidg you ,
generosity, he ended by opening the box FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHESfrom
buy, sell, or exchange property. all when he
cigars to pails to present, IT
'From all the resort points in Florida discovered tho box to contain nothingbut FOE S..ALE a house that has been In business over thirty years.

come reports cf an unusually "pine straws;" but as soon all theInugh and has always had the reputation for LOW PRIt'Eon

successful season. There has beena subsided the real 1 thing was handed the finest goods imported and Manufactured
him, and the evening closed with the t
number of visitors than
greater usual 1 merry goodnlghta. "A little fun
ever before,'while the increase over now and then. Is relished by the 'big.gust' f Hess c & Slager,

any former winter has been re of men," eh ?

markable. These facts point The: : : eautif-u.1: Merrill: DIAMONDS, WATCHES & JEWELRY.

strongly to the ]high flavor in which The Ulver View Hotel Is mind to ll's 11 and 13DlatnSt. J. &; S. W. and A. O. L. WATCH INSPECTOR.

Florida is growing as America's capacity. Next year Mr. Nevins I7.01UIU
330 W.
will build addition to with other
an same
acknowledged winter resort. Thousands Z? at -
improvements ace Tronic.: : - -- -
who formerly took the long
Jules Weber, a largo Importer from : : 1
and tedious across the continent "
trip New York, with Ida wife and charming r-g----DD---- \\

to the Paeiflo Coast points,,I daughter, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. : : : : .. :: ..: : ''
are now turned to Florida's better Jules Dardonville, at "Jsunny/ /Side"

climate. Mr. Weber la a fine sportsman, and Intends Situated between the Indian and Banana Rivers at the southern I (
doing; justice to everything that .
comes within his reach.; point of Meriitt Island. Three miles across Indian: Ulver from Turnips-and Kuta Bagas.

WHY FISH ARE SCARCE. Gallic fifteen miles south of and ancYone.half I I Onion Sets-Bermuda and 1'cail. I
______ i Mr. Gilbert will build three or\: four Eau Rockledge one '
Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Beans. :
pretty cottages adjoining his place, us
miles from the Ocean bench
Seine Net Destroying the Fish. lie la advocating the coming of some V Seed Potatoes-for fall, y,. 4 Rose and Triumph. I

This week H Parka, Fred I'aiks, very fine people from Kvansvllle: Intl., lies; protection from cold of any place in the State. Oranges Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods Etc
Henry Koddlng, J.. Harris alui Edward who requested him to look out for some and Grapefruit not frozen during the late freeze, and trees all in
Hay new pleaded guilty to catching lieu nice spot on the Island. Mr. Glass, who I
in the waters of Indian River with h.uil- la also from Indiana, having recently perfect growing.condition. Largo house, boat-house and out build. :x:.. C::11M: ]rLON:: SocdsD:1nn.: : : ,

seines or drag nets,and were fined $.;0.00 purchased the old Cleveland property, Ings, nil in first-class condition. l 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville,'Fla.
each and costs Is working wonders with the place.
Judge Penney, In fixing the penalty : The orange and grapefruit trees are Must be seen to be appreciated.

.. until that he would bo light in his Hen looking flue, and promise to give a large On account of adjusting the estate of the late owner, Mr. John 3 ;j cta :-: -
tence, but that hereafter, he would be crop next year, even If the frost did
very severe, and make It no light matter: visit us. W. Merrill, I am offering this property complete at I a reduced price.

for those using these haul-soliics or dragnets Title perfect and all taxes paid.
; Unit no fish would l bo left In Indian D. Christie
Klver and in the Interest of the public DitE '.tUli OITNTY TIIFASU8Eii'SSTATEMENT. : Place contains eight acres, about half in trees, and balance vegetable Joseph ,

IU well as the lieu Industry, haul-unices :: land. House furnished complete, and SO-ft. naphtha launch
and drag nets WOl1lhllve\ to go, and he March lit, ltM>3.Italancecnuh .
wanted It understood that violators of Included sale. Call and! look it over-It l if worth investigating.
on hand Fob. in 1 HNS.. .9 10,070/ ::1: REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT
tills law would hereafter bo dealt with Amount. rouolvuU.. Feb, lima. ... .... a.adl4
severely. --
very i'lah Commissioner Detwcller Total. ...... ..... ... ... . ....1&,067 55
nays warrants 308 Dyal-Upchurch
Lens pull In Fob. IWft Bldg.
that ulno fishing along the entire E.ist: and delivered to County ummlnnkmen : address
Const of Floiiiliv wait rapidly exterminating and School! lluurd. .. .... .... ...... 8,13737 For further particulars Jacksonville. Florida.IF .
: the tlsh lu these waters. lIe Raid!
Balance hand Mar 1st. lios .....iltkkl gtAUOVB CHAS. B. MERRILL,
that It often happens that nn entire ,
school of tUh are caught in one of these
UALA.MCB la I1KLD' AS FOLLOWS.Dfponiteil Tropic, Florida.
huge nuts and the fishermen haul the

net ashore, taking away the odiblo size .. |in wr Hrovnrd('ttetuer'acertiileateetttched County StiljelUnkn _____ ________- -" --- -, -____ - -- --- h_ -- -- -- ---- you want to buy a business,
and leaving; all other fish to spoil on the to monthly remirt and cash n. r you want to sell a business,
Bhoro. This tends to not only con- I In sate. ..'.. . . .... !.. .. . .. .. .... .tll'J002t Corssuzrs.ers: : I you want partner, or
Hume the lisa required tor the market RALANCEO UKLOSOINO TO EACH FCND At FOLLOWS you want more capital in your business, la fact
but destroys the future supply. Protection you want anything in the real estate or buslncs lint
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County Uevenao-O neral Fund. | 4J7 63
from net fishing for a few years Kond and llrldga Fund... .... . ". AT Ml Atttom.tiOi: : 'leaso : Address
would enable the [deb to propagate, and : Handing! Fund..." ... ' W BO Your: : JOSEPH D. CHRISTIE, as above.
those 4 Fine: and Forfeiture Fund::: .:.:,.8,211)11.1K
waters would l again teem with flah. -1.-- _ _
e.llnic rrlnonernKiiiul ...... .. BJB Mbi -
The average fish, according to )lr. Do. '"o. R.wd.Kuud >ew DIst.No. I, .. .... 0 11 Wo sell you Groceries at WHOLESALE ,
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tweiler, matures In about throe yours, It :1... .. l,2'l-l 3J:

and works the a wanton twofold destruction evil. of the young .". e.. .". .?. .". '". 4.3.........'...... 7l7 1010 IH OMM Prices Write for our Price List Great Special 1IVYU.R-8 Agents CA\I1Y. O. 0. :IBottes: ,, Sale Agents rer

It to to 5. ...... 1 37 >ewbro'i TlieKny-Sitie
Gene Warden Fund............. ........ :33(1 uil Uqiioinne.rrlne Iterpicitle.. DRUGS surgical Initrun
l'n>|>'erty of Hocoonod Persons Fund..... 1 HOCountyHchool money surer. Jnner fnn. Horn' LlgatHinUhnonlaii
BIG SALE OF BLOCKS. .." 10.1111<1........ .... :2J! M Vim
81't1cl,1 Tax School l>ltt. >o.I........ .. .. UI.44 stfiisi'riMSS"111 5.;} and 53; West : Tru"
.. .. .. .. a............ IM iii .1.,iv.J. Surirlc&l; Dredsinffs. HayWarehouses Silver Tnm
to 1. to ,0- 8. ........ .. UJIT r. ** *: Co. 1'I51Ooodrich' ,
represents Mr. Herbert the Walton Loud,Self-Locking of ]Boston,Tackle who .. .. u ? 4............ 05 The Enterprise Grocery Co. ; ; !Antitoxin.\lIr cal Abbott Stafford' P'/"f'J'i,'?

Block Co., has just sold *13OOO: ) worthof Total.. .... ................. .... ..111,000 All Sickroom(toooone looili.. 20! to 20 South Laura. >tiles.eronica Lick Sprjne Spring* ". ."*at',
the patent self-locking blocks In Jails llENBT: County Treasurer 1 17 Bridge St. (Supporter'Crutch., TniM, W..C Baden Utblfc Springs' "
Bplinta. Hackheai
Chicago.: There Is a very large; demandfor Flol-it.ln. ElectrIc Katt.rie. Lithia.FleclrielieatlsgFade. .
itOIl.Yillc. WhlteStone
these blocks throughout the states. Do you subscribe for the ADVOCATE P .Tnch> :! Jacksonville, Florida. P tlt: ltTllfordsCr



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" 1SiST COASr ADVOCATE, MARCH 10 190:'. 5y

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.... ...........: I Eden.John Fort Pierce. UEOKO MARX.\ JOHN MARX. r'JB

:: EAST COAST 1vr""\ VS. .: Miller spent several days at Ham la badly needed In this. suction .. : <>S_..

home last week. Jor !giowing crops.
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.. :1 I Messrs. Forest Hamor and SamuelF. .1. T. Wearer and wife moved in from Corner flay and .111111\I Ste? JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Webb are painting the new store.A. White City, and are again, In their ownhome.
: No\vsv Notes Contributed by Our Regular t WHOLESALE
D. Morwin's grove being fertilized i GROCERS ,
Corps of East Coast Coi'i-onpontleiits. with muck from the swamp on thefront. ;\1"H8rs. Durko and Ooodwln are
painting! the newly-finished residence of

... . . . . . . .. We were blessed with a good rain on W. I. Nesbltt.IJrv. !
.........1..- .- .- .........- ..- .......................... Tuesday night; which was much needed. Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
Van Sickle held .services In the
Mrs. F. O. MoMuJleu. and Miss Florence Mr'II".IIKt church last Sunday; morning!:;
:-y riease send all communications burg, X. Y., have; returned frnm a trip Kobiuunn drove to White City Junction, anti evening, to largo congregations. ,
for publication toEditor, to I ub., The Doctor was delighted to upend tho day, last Fildtt'y. I Local! Agents for Indian River .Lako Worth 1'II10al'I'I0MKM"tJlntloll..
Bni: items with hi* nip| Hi'ir. U ran non was intioduccd tit the.. II I
Alv.i.TE. Tltuavllle, Fla.! Mm. Samuel C'ureton entertained the m.VMi.iies, Woo.lenift last TnoHd.ij! inid us your fruit and vegetables.. Our facilities for liainlling perishables cannot i
The Canaveral made a trip to W. T. Ladies' Aid Society at their usual monthly .
even'ng/ at the regular: meeting of the I bo equaled in this n\\1 k.t. '
-Jf"" We cannot guarantee to I ubliah I Wells plan'',,, lon, on the vast side of Indim meeting, last Friday afternoon W.I.W. i

I Hem,>drat n Thursdays.do nut reach.tbU office before Mis.River I. I his<}. week(Sllbeit I III entertaining break-water The In in bit neumn" hns the arrived swamp to build on the a Tim M.mday. bean, evening supper,at was:Mrs.' quite Cross Success houseon I WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED t th

noon guests flOIll1..lholll'IIO.; Mils* 'Susie: Merwln blace to prevent another washout the unount of $12: being cleared for the -- "
carter !Is one of the platy in gale season. Ladu, Uulld. i" .

Melbourne. The d.\nco al Mo'd diets hull on Tues MDs.'Il omnt. K. lilchaids celebratedher Tin- baud gave an open fir concert on Come cut i.gh t'_
day was. a great: MICCI-HH. Melbourne 1.lrthd.yIIIKttlrtl.y.. During the Sat unlay night Why not give tl.eiu "
and older puluts were. lepiei-ented.' afternoon many of her friends called tootTer (>n > 1I1I1. y afternoons! The attendance .

Capt. Y. J. congratulations. woniil bo a deal larger.
jy- Subscriptions for the DVOCATK, t leimou I.H I'XP"O ed on groat Fires usually du occur In tho wee {
I the pink paper of the East Const, will be Monday next. The Ii Ineoss" Is being: Mr. Dray, who has. purchased the I lift: Campbell Gray huM services inSt small hours when Is .
received ut Melbourne rostoffice.RICHAKI put hi order for this, gentleman's 1111 ilvul\ Monte place: at Jensen, left Klverton: Vndrews. church last: Sunday morning Marv iweryono wrapped
from M.tHK. 1 in HI II miJ"I', Hut haven't aFire
with why ytil
his family and household! gods ou
I to It largo cOlljtrt'{,alion. The following off I ew
> W (1OOE.-Ueal Estate, Notary New furnlture'and appliances for Dr. Moml.iy I to take possession / ednesday being, tho that day: ol f A! d
Pul'll sad. Conveyancer. Agent for Ktni, Sarah' C. LentAsh Wednesday-lie held services
Ltverii'' ,1 and Lonuuimnil' Globe,and >Iartford Hodgson's othce are now arriv Mrs John Miler\' entertained the Insurance
Kilt), Ii1-ur. nco Companion. Special. attention ing, and I the Doctor is to be found dally. Whist Club, last: Thursday: evening thioiiuliout' the day. :
pail to' tile Interests at nonniBiilonts.A ut her new otlices on thtjcuiner Young There six tables! Mrs Adams
wore :
; tiny Mi-I (K S. Mine, the eocompllshed or k
and Houston streets one i IIf the visitors present, made the giini-t/ of St. Andrews cluiicli outshone t' policy V :Some time ago you said; you

A. ,- party went to Melbourne Hoach John Axpinwall and wife and Miss best scores 'litMsrit\ lust Sunday morning in her rt'uilin.'n 1'1 w- __ would thInk tho math. oVl'f.1'0 you

to spend the day plcniclng and of of the muxio of the vocal solo still thlllklll '.' }\ottt'I'r.l\Ie to decision
[ Tuesday' Asplnwull, Nr"v burgh. X. Y., have arrived The, anuoiineomcut of the sale of the sang rS- '
I surf bathing./ for a short stay.' They are guests( XetlitM-by was rather premature, as by Misrt l Francis Mourn Mrs lllnoM pretty soon. Tin 'season of over-houted

Norman I., Stamm, of Philadelphia, a of C. L. Taylor and wife Mr. Awplii- nothing ante; definitely settled until tho "a.\s tier audience with more than cliliiiuoy .lliioM Is. still kern and your
I brothel of Mrs. Mary R. 1\osel4,114 wall has valuable interests in tills town.J. return of the owner, Mrs.. rock, from the talent of the II nhNhedinnsielttn, the
among houso ,IH than
ItistiMiueiit becoming us a thing of life 1 no more llreproof your
late arrivals I at Hotel Belle- tho Philippines. t
the pleasant. Kingan Hodgson is expected Km:
unhor! subtle touch. The /glad: anthem
] view Uallie next weok" having/ resigned his 1\I\MK\ Florence Robinson and Mr. nndMrs. of the full organ rolls In \vaven ofmcldily ,

Com F. C. Hewitt, of Owego, :X. Y., position with the Tiltany's, on Uroa.i-: McMullen were" the guests. of Mr.' . while the soft cadences of the I"UlI ll wercpiesent, havop.ililout :
has returned from a trip to I'alm Beach, way, New York, to take charge. of the and :Mis. W. H, Rains, at a Bohemian voHper hymns fall on the soul like a ben litimtrods of thoiisaiith'' : of dollars: on

and is again/ among the happy /guests, at drug Houston store on the corner of Young and luncheon, given at tho beach pavilion, culiullon. Tho members of :M. Andrews lire .ol.iiniN, They are ready to assume I'

I Hotel (t'urletoa.' streets. htttt Friday afternoon are lucky indeed to possess the service tilt ilsk on your property

)ir and, Mrs Scott, of Michigan, and Frank Houston has returned from :Miss Gary's music pupils gave n very of this. charming lady., .
I Mr. and Mire Cory, of Indiana, came piloting 1 Dr. liooth'd new launch to Miami. interesting/ recital, on Tuesday afternoon - -- 3vton.o-A.3Nr d3'W1ILTON"
The Dr. and Mrs I Booth were on at the town hall Jensen which I ITitticvi11a
from Miami, last week, to spend some I'uciimoiila, rolloMM Coltl
time 'V Melbourne( ere returning to their board and enjoyed the trip Immensely. ,WaR attended by the parents and friends :
| northern homes.MUs The 1 Dr. will, letuin to this place before of the pupils and I as one uf the audienceicnuiikecl but never follows tho liMO of Foley'nHoney i

leaving for his homo in Youngstown, O. , "M IIRK| Gary; ought to be proud and 'TarIt stops the cough,
Miry Rodgers, of Yew York, arrived of her class, they did lino." heals and stiongtlietm the lungs! nll.1oITul.tilll.erCcct 1
I Monday, and Is the guest of her security fiom an attack THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO. {
I )grandmother, !Mrs John Goode. This Is Capt. Gen O. ileason, of St. Augusts C. A. Robinson lias conducted several of pnoiimonl'i. Kefuso Hiibstitutos.iSold (

)li88lol/ters'( / first visit to Florida, and ine, came down to spend\ :Sunday: with veiy MIIc"HHfulllllhln trips lately, and at the Kvd Cross I'haimacy, Tl- Machines Otf KASY; 1'AYMKXTH.' +
[ she U delighted with all she has seen. his mother and brother.Mr. his. guests have been delighted with, the tiisvillf, Flu.South. Are now tolling :Sowing :
spat\'t. One of them said, after returning -
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Lost Sunday morning, Right Rev O. F. Hanna and wife, of Colum- from his. first hip, tli.it: ho wan repaid SINGER SEWING MACHINES ARE NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS. !
lilshop Kllison Capers, of South Caro- bus. O.; Louillm"dou, A. 1) AniHileu, for all the trouble\: and expense of com Rockledge. i ,
I Una, preached to a large congregation: at John bwedunbiirg and Jay Amsden, all ing from the noith just for that one "
I Holy Trinity Episcopal church. He was of Astabula; Ohio, me pleasant guests of day's fishing.Mr Our Direct Representative I I.* at your service; '\ '1
assisted by ttev. W. P. Dulioso and novo Mr. and Mis. W. IF. II, lle.ison; at the K.; M. Ureese is ciecti-.g! / u new cairl.igu' /, Drop us a cant and he will call ou you. ,

I Millldgo Walker. Onuiiifla cottage. and Mrs. Guy Adam and Miss bouse, and this moans u new canlage.. S1 11'ING C MACH1XRS: SOLD OU liKNTKI!; 1"1'011111 to :-JO! percent discount

.- Bean, of Concord, Mass, who rondo a ('. S. allowed fur old machines. All makes of Machines Ropahod.Noodles .
J-iohnjler of Jensen '
Mr. and! Mrs. Kelley and son, of Pitts- pleasant visit to this place with headquarters was vl.sillng
burg, 1'a., after spending delightful Tlie Colonel's Waterloo. at Tina Lodge/ Cottage left, his Mister, .M IH. J. K. llottler, on :Slln
Reason at Hotel Belleview, among Pitts- Colonel John M. Fuller, of Honey last Friday, for the north, expecting tostop Mr. and MIH.' A. I.. Avoiill and :Mrs. - ----
burg friends, have loft for their northern DO NOT USE POOR OILFor: liMO on sewing machines, writ- 1
drove, Texas, neatly met his Waterloo at Washington, nod I other places John Ketidlg spent Tnenday!; at Melboiuuo -
home, stopping at points of interest from Liver anti l trouble. In en route. Mrs. Adams longed/ to see Iteach. lug machines, bicycles' and all pmposes requiting, a One luhllcant, the 1
along the way. We look for their return Kidney a the snow again.irurgers. best In cheapest the end. Uemilno MNUKK: ( : OIL can only bo oh- r
recent letter, ho says: "I was nearly :Miss Mary P. Root Miss (',m.lI"eHol"'l.t"
I early next talned at hinge stores.
season. dead of __ __ _,
these complaints and, although
; and M. M. (Ullop! culled on :M rt.M. ,
Wright Brothers' grove still presents a I tried my family doctor, he did mo no of I'lieiiiiiouln. C. Salmon, on Tuesday.J. . AIH>KKH S
fine appearance. They are now ship. good ; so I got aoUc; bottle of your /great THE SINGER[ MANUFACTURING CO.
1 ping some fine oranges, showing that Kleotric!: Bitter, which cured me. I A cold at this time It neglected; Is I. II. Matthews, after spending a very ,
I the freeze did not destroy all the fruit in consider them the best medicine on liable to cause pneumonia, which is so enjoyable month with his brother, 11. W. COCOA, 1.'f.nJUII'\ t
I this section, although it did some damage earth, and thank God who gave you the often fatal; and eyen when the patient Matthews, returned' to his home In South
: to fruit and knowledge to make them Sold and has recovered the lungs are weakened, Send, Ind.Owing .
( trees but C>
young many thorn C> .gnJ:1.S": : C> .gnJ:1a": : 1--gnr.J.S: ,
I of the little trees, also lemon and guaranteed to curs, Dyspepsia, Biliousness making; peculiarly susceptible to to the Illness of her,
grape- the development of consumption. Fuley's non, Julius, Kepulreil- tu sound like new. Price *.". Drop'im n card when Iiavo "
fruit and yiado
trees Kidney Disease. Sold Ked you
I are again out in leaf, and we by Mis. Inez Smith closed her home ,a month
look for a good crop of oranges and Cross I'harmacyTItusville, FU.; heal; Honey and strengthen and Tar will the stop lungs the and cough pio-, eailier than she intended! leaving for her work for us to do. Address J. M. M. BROCK COCOA, FLA

grapefruit tho coming season. liumu In Montnlalr X. J. I'YIi -- -
vents pneumonia. For sale at the Ked Mth:! 'and
The prettiest event of the season was Melbourne Beach. Cross l'harmaey'l'itueyllle, Kla.; Minn. Bonnie followed the next Thul's
| the Military Euchre party given by Mrs. Capt. A. ]McF. Porter and wife, of I J

1 l K R. Oilman, of New York, at Hotel Daytona, In his, elegant yacht, Awl in,

Carleton, on Tuesday evening. :No Mrs Poppell, of Medina, X. Y., Is alee White City. was calling on friends here the first of Allow launch, the hippie, hat started The Nlrodlia Jnft here, Friday, for the '
spectacular stage was more effectively : arrival at Myrtle Cottage. the wo"k. They were on their return, running daily to hut lanuha. Ilarninii River, where the owners expectto

jet than the large dining room of Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Morwin, of Amenla, X. Gladys Orrel Is on the sick lint this trip from Miami\ when they had been enjoy soiiio hunting and Hulling, Ira I
Carleton ablate Ivory: day tho {launch Malno\ \ out
with goes
lights and decor. pending about moiitli.
Y., are pleasant addition to our little week. a fore going further south
ated with) bunting and beautiful i loaded; l with passengers for Fairyland." ,
I Hags: vines and flowers.many About one city ((1'). They are occupying the Fox! K. 1', Fripp returned from! Daytona on Pruning and fertilizing In Uie order of The "f.mlien. Mutnal improvement ,
On ( last Miss llnssle /Smith left
j Hundred guests were present, but the Cottage. Thursday.Mr. tho day; in the orange groves. The l I''i- Friday : Hoclot)>" will meet every Friday, ; nfter-
for Jacksonville route to her home
army was one of recreation rather than Mrs. M. .T. McCall and daughters; Dutton has: > been marketing some potter who stated that there was ,goingto en noon at ;Mrn. 1'lerco'n\ and discuss su rue,
occupation A conquest for pleasure Sophia and Anna, of Bath, N. Y., are fine celery lately. be only a small bloom on the orange In MontcUy, V. .1. very Interest, lug nod helpful topics of the 1
with the motto "Death to Dull Caro." spending a few days with their relatives; tiues was premature for Indications are Mr. and Mrs. Palmer and Miss Mary\ piesent ilny.Alfrei .
Many beautiful prizes were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Whiting, on their way County Commissioner J. }'. neon has now that it will equal, 1 that of lust year. Palmer, of 1.'oKlorlOhio: who have
the winners home from Havana and the of Use Pines.( been attending the meeting of the Board --- --- btieri spending, sons time at the Plii/.n ) Illscock, wife and charming
Dainty refreshments
were daughter Mix\ who has been
in Tltusville this week. Myrtle,
served. and all voted Mrs. Gilman a most Admiral Bills took his wife and a Foley'n Kidney Cure makes the kidneysand hotel, left oil Monday for I Daytona pending several weeks at Palm lleiioh,

charming hostess. Mrs. Oilman was ably party of friends to Melbourne, where We Are pleased to learn that Messrs.\ bladder ri {;ht. Contains nothing' Mr. and Mrs. J. Williams/ who hiivo 1'01.111'110.11101'0 Htuidny send are visiting
assisted! by Mesdames Illgley and }'el' u- Mrs. Olllis was inaugurated presidentof Padgett and! Findley are marketing largo Injiiiiona. Hold ut tho Jiud Cross Pharmacy been spending till winter heiu with 1\1\ r. their uncle and aunt, Kov, A, V. His-

.son..I'. John Miss sPangler, Dr. J. W.. IncUes and the Ladies 'Chaittauqua; Aid :Society; quantities of strawberries Tltusvllio )Vita.Indianola.: and Mrs II. S. Williams' loft for their cock and.I wife.
Burn. at the Carleton. ------- home at Montcl.ilr, X. J., on Monday
Misses Teeter and Jones, of the Fort Mrs. Wallace Clement, Mis. Waldo

Mrs. Deltreck was summond to Yew Pierce school, spent Saturday and Sunday i I Wesley Ilowen, of Philadelphia' arrived Clement, Mr\ *. Fred'lenient and Irll.
La grippe coughs yield quickly to the York, on account of her husband's: ill in town. tho guests of Mrs. Ouatfnen. h"\'II..n Monday, and now tlio (lull Mall were calling oil Mrs. h ughes'on
"omlerful curative qualities of She left at leaving her little i his Mr afternoon of last week
Foley's ness. once, will have to keep out of way Tuesday Miss
Hill last .
honey Dr. CSeo. arrived Haturday tospi
just i and Tar.," There Is uothing else daughters; hero, in charge/; of thelv governess : Copt Hammond, who recently arrived 'tot the rest of the winter. Now look Ifowen received a hearty wolconin upon Maude' 'lurnon and M I Isis Catherine'
macy. ('I good.tusvllle.Sold by Ked Cross Pbar- Miss Mtire'tn. We trust that her here, departed on Wednesday, for St. our for the ;March Picnic. !his ariivnl.Probably. Clement, two charming young/ ladies K
husband recover soon, and they be pent it pleasant afternoon with.
may Augustine, to make a short stay before tourists not very
able to join their children here. leaving for Boston. John' Heed alllll 1C II. Sanderson have many are aware Misses Beth llriiner and Winnie Dixon\
that Hock 1 fudge Is on* of the beau ty spots
sold 1 their 0,110 of remaining
Eau Gallie. Judging from the parties that come If anyone falls to attend the Literary on Iho'lt.ops I to crop Mr. Kagen!:oranges of Merrltt of the East Coast, and that wo have three Mr*. Odvll celebrated her little daughter .
Hocking to the Beach from all along the on Thursday evening, March, (Oil, they Ilr t-olIlKM hotels hm.tt-IJnt'l1 Indian Klv Harriet') birthday, Friday. I\larchJ.!!
river, the "ton I bio condition" of our will miss it. The programme Is in the The Euchro'club meets every Wed new- er, tlio Plaza and Now Uocklodge. Do In a very pleasant. way-by Inviting/ .a
dock does not keep a great many away, hand of Mr.\ Dutton and Is line. lay evening, In tbo Club House, with not fall tu stop oil here. party to make a trip to Lotus ad return,
LIRAI" HODO"o.vrniciw AND SUR- and now it's. In such a (fine condition frinn eight to ten tables of players usually In Mr, Provost' launch, the Ilertha.
'"" Eau Oallle, Florida the "heavy weights"; and most timidneed Miss\ Annie Oustafsen has been spending Archibald Darby! ,and wife, of Handy There were Mrs.. dell and her two
H. a few week\ with Mesdamos Hammond Hill, N. Y., and I John Darby, from ValeUnivernltv ,
not fear to land here. O. Ityck- daughters; Misses Harriet(. and Elizabeth): ,
Summer weather this 'week man has furnished the lumber to lay a and Dunham :She: will accompany !'here was n very pleasant dance givenIn b.ivo come to spend sometime Mlimei* Hubvc.i and I Charlotte lloven,
walk 40 Inches wide; the whole lengthof ; them toIt.{ Augustine, to meet i lie Club HOIIMK, last; Monday evening, with their parents, Senator and Mlsne Beth liruiier, Winifred Dixon

dayta I card club met at the Inn, Thum- the dock, and n.V, lieaujoan and lends.I ____ _ a number coming up from Georgians, l\lrll. Durby, who have rented the Mnr and Ester: llowley and 1 Miss 1I'YVltt' -
and .
-- -- places nearby.Minday win for the seiison.&
son's are delivering the lumber. Mr. cottage fold, Mr\ *. Hovon, MUs'l'lieila. :NlcoriUon'
\v A. lIuITman is.improving his lot on Perry In not only superintending the A Mc'erc Coltll.'nr I l Three \ullthll. : school every Sunday morning The orange tree In this region are beginning > and Master Chapln Linn. They! stopped

Houston Street work, but with others are putting the The following letter from A, J. :Xus- at IOJO: a. in., and K': C., meeting and ; to bloom, and many trees urn' at the Lotus Holiool house, anti l enjoyed l
Smith' boards down, so the dock will be safe. baum, of ll.itesvillo: \ Ind. tells Its own son'; service In this evening nt 7 i I'. m., to full of snowy-wlilte blossoms., The elegant (picnic dinner, and then walk.
from Dawley and family havercttirn6(1 ------ story. suffered for three month which all are'cordially Invited. trees. seem almost !back to their normal e,1 l over to Jtanann Itlver and Lack, and
a trip to Cuba. Brutality. col condition, no rapidly! have the leaven then came home. The day was lovely,
Incredible with a severe ('. A druggist prepared hero In still quite' a crop of good,
boThe MisHH Tr *son were in Mel- It would have been Incredible brutalityif me some medicine, and a physician sound oranges on the tree In the grove cOllie out; and there In every prospect of "perfect sit u day l la J II lie." The whole
'.n :Sunday for me I did not I good crop next 3 ear.; Bltulr was success, and the young/ people
evening.tw Chan. F. Lemberger, of Syracuse, X. prescribed yet Improve.I of Indianola, but a* the tree are corning ,
did enjoy minute of It nil.Mis .
Green then. tried Foley' Honey and Tar and Ini.. profuse blooming the are As usual I tho Sunday evening every '
and< wife nre entertaining Y., had not done the best ho could for growers song Ilarilet received. beautiful
file I gentlemen at the his suffering son. "My boy," he says, eight doses cured me. Refuse substi I licking, and shipping as fast a* 1 possible] service at the Now JCocklodge hotel wan many k,;
cottage. tutes. Mold. at the Ked Cross I _____ .. _ and useful presents, and wUhos for
fearlul gash over his eye; so I Pharmacy, ... very largely attended' : but, much to tlu.dl."ppolntmont .- .
Wells "cut a return of the day Her FlorM.tbirthday
L many
"e'r and Titusville Fla.
wife, of Melbourne, of both and
Salve which guests
Bucklen's Arnica .
applied will be remembered
Eau Startling Mortality. always asa
Elsan Bailie, Monday doing busi"Perati0 : the after could not
quickly healed It and saved his eye. townspeople, bright anal (happy one. I
(food for burns and ulcers too. Only DO NOT FAIL TO SEE TIIK WALton Matistlc show how startling mortal- be t given, owing to the sudden (linens of very

'una has recovered from the 25c at the Ked Cross I'harmacy, Titus- Self-Locking Tackle BIJcklllltJas, ity from appendicitis. To prevent arid Mr HONe, the pianist -- I.
Pritchard & bJIl'1Iltore Titusvllle these disease there I Is ICuwor ItillaiiKMlYlelil t Lungs.
cure awful just
performed ,
Fla.OVER .
i Son on his shoulder a ville, The Interest at the Indian River hotel
II\J, alne0 Fla. Thousands of them selling weekly nnn reliable remedy, Dr. King' New quickly to the wonderful euro" 1
In the benefit recital
THOUSANI OF WAL- throughout the Xorth. They are Life I'ills. M. Flannery, of 14 Custom center now piano Pas-, five and healing. qualities of Foley's '
to be Master
etlit r.,' """ and Mr. Kelley and wife, ton's Rapid Calking Tools now In usebyboat fitted. with the Walton-Vlnton Holler ]House Place, Chicago, nay: "They 'Iuale given Tallarleo Thursday the! : by Honey and Tar. It prevents pneumonia 'f
ysalllAOn:n, S'. Y.. are guests of Geo. F. owners In the United States. Hearing-one of thn best invention in have no equal for Constipation and l.'J-year-old nccomanlit aol consumption from a hard cold(, }
of the urcheittra. The proceeds
01 Ind wife, Price t I.OOand fW.(*) each, as the ADVOCATE the world. May also be seen at the! Itillousnes2'x) at the Ked (roM. of> the concert are to go toward l the per'ectlon nettled on the lungs./ Sold by lied Cross I
| e han and office Tltu ville, Fla. ADVOCATP office. Pharmacy) Tltusville, Fla. Pharmacy Tltuwville, '
-: family: of Ogden- : _______ of the boy'a. musical education.. -- ;"
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Strikes IIIiMcii. ICoeloj." Oceanus ft

SEE j:3.I30UT: .........--J When your ship strikes the hidden ,r "

rocks of Consumption. Pneumonia, etc., nIle MclinoU of biter are oil the Thotnaitd <

you are lout, If you don't get help from Islands.

SCULEB Dr. Kind's New Discovery for Conrumptlon. Kindred ( fruits nail Mrs. .\. Slioltr
J.V.. McKlnnon, of Tal-
Balled Lotus title week attend
\ to to to
adaga Spring' Ala., writes: "I bad
been .very 111 with I'neumonU' under the sumo shopping
'INgURANCE care of two doctor, but wait getting DO 318R.,*. Roberts and Kroegel, of Se-
better wheD I began to take Dr. King's bteatian. : called: at the ISeach recently Inquest
New Discovery. The first dose gave of plume birds and. their location }

relief and one bottle cured me." Sure The Beach was recently visited. br a '
cure for sore throat, bronchitis. cough/

\AX ::rLSOrr01.A.J.: : :::: and colds. Guaranteed at the lied parry rjt>lor from Mr Kockledga*. Robinson! \ and and Cocoa on,,,com-Dr.toblnon ,r

: : : ; .-nc3.g y :XZof: oroQ.o1.n.gN"or1l1.: :: :uOo Cross and Pharmacy$1,00.. Trial, Tltunvlllle bottle free., Fla., price and family ; Mr*. AID.lluLr.: i
Merwin, Dr McKellum and Mr. Mur-
>hy. They were much pleased' with our

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i pitcher of water hidden la the cellar, IVIKLlJOUItNE.

and, emptying his mouth on his do- - -' -

I scent, be would drink all the wine lie Hotel Bellevue MELBOURNE, FLORIDA
desired nail on Ills u' 'turn upstairs
7. would Htlll have n full mouth to show A healthy winter resort on high pine land, over-looking Indian K
t the unsuspecting m.inter."I'lilladfcl HAi' Rates : *=: and upward per day. Special rates per week or season. let
'" Write for rates to-
phla liulletln.IIa .
Manager. 1'roprietor.;
,. Stood the Test 25 .
Better Fruits-Better Profits .
The old original/ OllnV&' ' --=
Better peaches, apples, pears and Chill Tonic. You know what you FOnT PIERCE.
berries are produced when Potashis taking.: It Is Iron and quinine la a __ -
the soil. To
liberally applied
ICHS form. No cure no pay BOctH. at
insure of choicest
I a full crop quality,
.line a fertilizer containing not less Ked Cross Pharmacy, Tltnsville Flu. :
I .than 10 per cent actualPotash - y y tit The Fort Pierce Hotel FORT P1ER< I- :

Job I'rlutliig. q Q FLOUIIiThe ;' \.

Do not forget the fact that at tile CFy favorite with the Northernsportsmen. Finest Fishing ofi the (roast t:

VOCATK office, Titusvllle, we do of bass and sheephead caught by Kev. W. II. VanAntwerp ;
Rend for our practical boolcl,,Information, 443: pounds and ht|
i they ar.not ndverllainff pamphlet I boominir; printing of all kinds, neatly, cheaply at 4 son, of New York, In live days this season. Deer, Wild Turkey and Ducks I It
\ t spcclul fertilizer; but are luthoriutiva Letterheads ,
1 irentuet. Sent ircofortlioaaUinir. expeditiously i11 abundance.. Best boats'! and guides. Everything first-class. Rates $:j.-o! and
Billheads, Envelopes, Tags, and all
GERMAN KALI WORKS $3.: Wire for rooms
New\'ork-9J NMIIU SI..orAtl.nt.O"
.- kinds. ___________ A. K. MULLEN, Lessee and Manager.
:rlhe.nwa.n.d A LAuu C.IM IdRPRISE. !

Co-oppratly. F.Trprrlment: In Almond Boarding House FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.
i ItiarryiiiK In \Valen.. ,
United tttutri Consul Jtuhln, at First-class board at reasonable rates, can be secured at the Almond Private
tingham.: Kngland, reports that Boarding House. Only one block from depot. A nice place for people of
moderate means. Favorite Boarding House of Fort Pierce.
and Industrial circles generally la .
United Kingdom are Intently YORK. ,
t aim mm. of the God IluUiilim Are Grow A co-operative experiment which Is -----.::=

to Order l.y MuaaelM.. ing! tried in slate quurryin&; In I ) PALM BEACH.

"You luuy live lu China all your life neighborhood of Lord Feurhyu's Service - -

and find something new on the lust mous quarries in Wales says a i
day," said cue of the veteran mlnnlouArle ington special to the New York Lines. Beach Club Cafe.Incorporated .
to we at IIlwgchow.1111 ou I So universal Is the Interest in this
our last trip out luto the country ou i dertaking that the
..necessary ( )
our villa go round.- we ciiine upon I PoInts.
capital bus been provided by the JANUARY 15TH.
these" producing u pulr of shells ou bor organizations; of the entire (
whose Inner imrri-oiH Hiirfucu Iy Imbedded try. They have now subscribed $ Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, on the north.

row of "LIInter peurls' (Nod the 529, which sum it Is expected, ... Wharf, HoBton

fiunouH "inlritcle pt'iirln"tiny pearly soon be Increased.The Street, Jacksonville Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours
ImaKt'H of the It ml*llm In low rcllof. importance of this ,

TheMe inlrurlc pearls hive beau appears In the question asked, "If ,
known us product of diluent1 skill uu'.l operative slate quarrying can be ) / First-class Chef, Cuisine and Service.

Ingenuity for veiitiirleH. Every museum a commercial success, ,' why not to IVEoaaiaLloears:: : : Only:: .
possesses one or more HhclN with o-operntlve coal mines cotton ( land . Oi>oj3L
the pen rly ImiiKO embedded\ nod in the iron and steel foundries woolen Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number at all hours.
old of the Kimt India, trudo the '
days tactol'lell-ln brief co-operation In --- -
New KiiKhiiiil H<>II ciiptalns UMC'il to ery Industry employing n large I>eHAIliT."

bring them home from their cruises. ber of bands?" lays.. ,at 3:90 p.m. Hotel Hibiscus I :lxa.3ao: oh, FJ.Cr:1c1a.: :
'They' got tliem. of course, ut Canton, Leaders of the movement profess ,

but Clinton no longer knows them or see In Its success the Nortb.Bound stead up Beautifully situated on Lake Worth among the cocoanut treed. Fin
ahowti them for Hiilo and persistent of labor from the bondage, of (' arrive :.Ioil a. m. minutes walk from railroad station. For excellence of cuisine and service
.questioning,,, can get no clew us t. the The glowing accounts of the leave '8 CO' p. 01. the Hibiscus is without a peer among; the moderate price hotels of Horida.a
place where till! minifies nre made to ng's present success antI future Leave Leave 2 13 00< 1.01.I', 01 |ICOME AND SEE }FOR YOURSELF.
.order.] They used to bo; sold ut the! sibilities rought by trade union ( ) LeILV.. 1041 p. m. - - -
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Buddhist( temples In Canton, and I had gates who have visited the : ..Leave Leave 11)00 930( a.a. no.I m.. WEST PALM IU ACII.
been told that they were also' brought have given rise to visions of I Jacksonville.
by the pllgrlnm ns' snuvenirs ot their wealth In this new departure, One
visit to the tmcrcd !Isle! of I'ootoo In sult Is thnt prospectors thronged :- | ,Fla. FLORIDA
i..nt Jacksonville. LaGrange-Seminole
the Cbusnn yin-hlpi'lngo, but no one mountains of North Wales during < ,
knew where the "pearl yards" were past summer, and owners of ( Agt.,7; : General Agents. Opposite Royal Polnolana on Lake Worth. Rates $2 per day, *U'' per
where the neat of Chinese' pearl culture '
quarries were approached with York. week, and upward. Most popular, up-to-date, and best table :South.
might be. ot purchase,. this' with a view to Renovated new throughout, electric lights, baths, hot water supply.
""I saw those' on the ledge of the wall
; Ing additional companies on the
Under of GEO. C. LaGRANGE,
In one house, and when I asked about of the original one. management
them they told me to come and see," The ardor of enthusiasts') -Hotel LaGrange, 400-411 West 57th St., New York-

and without any effort prolonged Interest was cooled by the showing of n -

Question or search the good missionary balance In the report of the first R'y. AI/TA3IONTJ3 SINKINGS.
stumbled upon the whole busl- working of the undertaking, but ,n _

nens of the miracle tics na. lence was restored by the exphml1 AI.TEMOYTE S, FJ.\.
Pearl rearing/ It Hel'mfil. was the chief bat the deficit was due to tickets The Altamonte Hotel, Orange County
Industry of that remote village in Che- expenses of development of mines
Magnificent location, between two lovely spring-fed lakes. 40 acres in
kiang province and bad been Its unique that it would be more than mode air and
Oaks The purcist
Parks, covered with Immense Pines, Live etc.
specialty for nge Erich generationhad In the future when the richer water In all Florida. Every possible out and in-door amusement and all free
passed on the secrets of the art (confidently believed to exist) should thence to guests. Hotel has rat-clans accommodations for 150 guests. Noted for
and knew not when It begun, who first reached excellence of cuisine and splendid patronage.; 600 feet of broad plaza"
taught or evolved the processes! by This is the Ideal Winter Home Hotel of Florida. Send for illustrated' book-
-which the fresh water mussel In induced Blur Irrlsrntlon Dam. et. OEO. E. BATES, Owner and Prop
I to retain mud pellets. and small Adam is being built In Oregon\ 2kl'b> Ohio K. R.. Summer Resort "The Grand," Mont Vernon, X. UBILTMOKE .
metal objects which are slipped Into connection with the plans for( Irrlg; -- '

the shells and to diligently/ cover them trig 20,000 acres of laud which will N. C.
with nacreous nubstnnce. quire 3.000.000> ( feet of lumber. : Bos -

The foreign visitor. who had chanced Via Sa .
upon the miracle making village wax' for Baltl- BILTMORE, N. C.

taken to a place where eight or ten men r EoeryTwo Kenilworth Inn, NEAR ASHEVII.I.K.!
sat around tables prying! the mussel
shells open to admit of little pellets of :
baked clay and bits. of flat metal impressed OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. ,

evidently from a die, In the .
ehape of n seated Ituddha. all Points EDGAR B. MOORE, Proprietor.

The mud bulls lire slipped in, and the
mussel does the rest, but the little -
Physicians tell us that all NEW YOUIC.
scraps of Ituddlnis must be placed right / the princi
.Ule up with care, us Chinese aesthetic the blood in a healthy .

culture has never reached the appreciation human body passes throughthe L.. or write,
or evolution of an Intaglio. Tray' Pass. Hotel
heart once in two Agt. Marlborough
The mussels are put in ponds and left every FLA.
there two or more years and are then minutes. If this action be- : !. Pass. Agent. ,

ready for opening, and cutting the"blisters" comes irregular the whole Broadway, 36th and 37th Streets, New York.
and Ilnildhus free from the
body suffers. Poor health 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. A art
hell surface Whether
the musselswere class up-to-date hotel, centrally located. Conducted on American and European
follows blood Scott's :: n
fed by the pearl cultivators the poor ; plans, and Is managed under the personal supervision of the Sweeney'Tlerney :
visitor did not learn nor Just the arrangement Emulsion makes the blood Hotel Co. E. !I. TIERNEY. Manager. _
of rotation or alteration of
ponds of each season's harvesting. pure. One reason why ULEY'SIIONEYANDTAR fOIEY5K1DNE R!
While the villagers curried on the I
other usual Industries\ of rice nnd silk RICHMOND, etopeth.cou haaadb.a1elv.A: Makes Kidneys end Bladder Kiini_
culture the pearling remained the chief SCOTT'SEMULSION YORK, -.- -- -
source of wealth, some families realizing .
r as much na 300 silver dollars each .

:year from their pearl crop. The blister Mail. MalloryLines
pearls go to jeweler and are
worked up Into elaborate Chinese hair is such a great aid is becauseit _

ornaments, and the miraculous imagesof passes so quickly into
the Hiidilha, tiny carefully modeled, STEAMSHIPSLargest
the blood. It is partly digested SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS
tire sold as sacred treasures und talismans before it enters the Drawing Room and roost thoroughly equipped steamships on the coast
and passenger
to pilgrims at the Buddhist stomach ; a double advan- : Augustine;
shrines around Haujtchow and at I'oo in this. Less work 12:10 p. m. and -NO OVERCROWDING-
too for'the little while each season that tage ( : STATEROOMS ARE.POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on these

the limited supply lasts.-Chicago Trib for the stomach ; quickerand ; to New Orleans. IMPORTANT ships, as no tickets will, be sold to exceed the numberof berth ,

une. more direct benefits.To Agent or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus insuring all passengers Individ"

Oy.rr..b. get the greatest amountof service and, attention.
The president of a college was talk. good with the least possible Agt..
Ing to a little group of undergraduatesabout effort is the desire of PASSENGERS LEA JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY.See .

the wisdom of economy, in health. ( Schedule of Ships in Florida Times-Union)
"But while economy is" wise," he everyone poor YEARS
Bald, "to be iiioun or niggardly 1 Is the Scott's Emulsion does just LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS :NORTH,

height of foolishness. The niggardly that. A change for the Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
man Is. nearly
always overreached. It
better takes before FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS"Through
Is like the story of the miser and the place even

mouthful of water. you expect it.We. i : tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information regarding attractions
"TliN miser bud a cask of wine In his offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatins, tickets, etc., apply t
cellar, 111101't'r will tend you a
) evening he would : MARKSDESIGNS
' send down bit! man to fetch him, up apltil.er. ample tree. ARTHUR W. PYE, Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet Jartsoniille; Florida
Be sure that thii Ac.
r To keep the man from, drink- r
picture in the foim of dmcrlptlnn may
I lot; any of tin wine he would make dt .whether IUB
a Ijbcl U on the wrapper hl.. Comm"ntra-.
I hint all MM uiuulh with water before of every bottle oft en".(.nl.ll.
; hn left the room. Theh. ou his return. r I EmuUion! you buy I .wvnng A Co.p.un.nolT JOB PRINTING. .
I the titan\ would, u.'vo to prove that the : 111 than
' water still remaIl1l..llnhblHunth.an.l
e I Chern;... rlt"n.
thus the miser was convhu-ed that t 409 Pearl St., N. Y. ..ltl... uwMt ..... Executed at the office of the
f: none of the wine had: lioen stolen."This .. Term. $1 a

Molioim scene.! Ipsvntoii 1, and SO......u..J.ooAU.mpi.U .> 3 :: bran, ,N wfOrk EAST COAST OFFICEI
yet flue servant, v itU: tlio ..I't"lh'Mt! t-me, ,
tvrivuvlieti his .. .........n.\:.

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On the beautiful] East Count lln miles south of Jacksonville.. Capneftydoubled]
LARGEST AND BEST YEAR-ROUND: HOTEL by the .addition of one hundred new looms, all connecting: with private bath and
hot and) old running water In each "arsons Magnificent: / (foyer, lineMin-parlor\ now
glass fu,,,"it dlnning-rwtu IOU( ) feet in length, fating the broad" 1 Atlantic.. Ooenn., Situated -
tin".i tly on the bin IT overlooking. : the t ianlen8Automobtle Race Course. West
emu I'm"n Telegraph! and Booklover's library located In hun-parlor. Fine Orchestra .
)Dim: 'mi;, howling, Tennis, liillinN. and numerous other sports, SpI\C OIlS
garage, : .skillful mechanics, mad apparatus for charging/ Electric Motor Vehicles.
Buy tickets V, ]E. C. Ry. to D.iytou' The Clnromlon' buses meet nil trains. lnR-,:
T i!"mo checked .direct from Hotel. 1'or rates, booklet ami fuither information, ait-
ilit'ss The i IurendouSeahreeze; / trill 1

E.' L. POl'TEll, Proprietor. C. It KNAPPE, Manager.

rTrYr( t F F1R OLD HI-AHHI-aZI-: hOOI I ).\ LL, 1.1.\.
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) Y y'
'.- '" OLD' EAnmm7.I':,
The Seaside Inn
hotel ronoo DaX.a i (jOOI>.\1.1", FLA.

I IT { a, KOUl'. MURRAY, M mager. .
.. IN now open for the wlnttM, season niiilei tlio in.iiiciiicnt of thin. owner,
-- -- ------ - ------- --- --- HORACE: to'. :STEWART.: imlnoine. and nu", shunted on D.iytonr

]Bench, the lintt'l In modern In nil Us nppolntiiiontH largo< ally, pleasant -
rooms overlooking, the O"I'III1I.nll oi'ponlto )Krutlnn's: ( (unlno cod 1'ier.
HOTEL ALCAZAR ST. AUGUSTINE:, Tlio surf h. ling ia unexcelled. Teinm nunleialo

HORACE' ]F. STEWART. Owner and Manager..

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-- 1 Now Open i t

Sembler Cottage TITUSVILLK:, Pl.tKIDA.) (

Open All the Year. boil lloaiil, ] and! Attention.
JOS. 1') GllEAVES: Manager.

Opposite postoffice. Centrally located. Thoroughly] repaired and re Two doors from F. 10.: C. Railway Million, Tltusvll'a.; ..

MRS. A. J. bEMBLKW, I'roptotti 1 1.
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . ..,. Florida House ST. AUdUSl'INE ]FLORIDA.NOW '-- -


Rates 2.50 per day and up. OPEN.: 'TOURISTS' AND TRAY Ll.HS'! 1<'A YOHITE.Thl Corner LPIIIIUI and Main Streets
Fh'Mt..IRIiM Ta!>'" (lwtl: 1, Bunny Roonm. Raton Iuiinonnbl+ ., npecla 13. VV. SPERRY, Proprietor. !! popular house is centrally located; linn! all modern ImproveiiipntH, Including l by the week

:STEAM: HEAT, and toots looms "Ith' OUTln ID" EXPOSUREthan : JULIA J. N. KKASTFIt,' J l *?IUI'1 rlotors I .
JlllS.t UUKlT\\IhCir.: f
any other hotel In town. .\ceonllnlI, tell 2.:0. Raton f.ru: ( to fIl.riO: :{ per

: day. HU'I:1)0: .: I''::. - -
j H. N. O'NEAL F.. C. 1IAYDKN]<: :Manager. -- -. --
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. HAS LEASED THE: . Hotel! St. George, :M AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.[ i ::przJ'f.: ; .. <>T'EL: f

: ,

Elevator. Steam heat I'r'Ivate batU B'lrst-clmn, up-to-d.ite hotel. :: "TJIE: UUP.A: OKANUE (IKOVKI(1X ::

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA $.) per day. !Send fur booklet.M. . I ( OltT OF FLORIDV." I I
It la open on the American plan. Hates $2.50 per day and upwards.The f
many alterations and renovation of the hotel ate completed, I and it if II. MONTGOMERY: of HmwtU HOIIHO][ Saratoga, i : : : ;; : =
A l hllll.IKOIIIIII,n butyl loi'atrdon Ilio' banks, of the funioim I Iiullun' River, [
now second to none In the city. Both cuisine and service unsurpassed Owner and 1'iopilotor. .
In the mulct of an HlllIorotulln\ (Sloiitn' limit lu .. ,
/<: 1'1111111twvu.; / : every room .
Rooms wIth bath J and
In the South. private $ day IIpwards.WEST1ORELAND
per : BiillcH with bulb'l.; fIItt'I',11'I11I1\vulul'j, ; loeallou rikiiredeil, by """I'mlll I ho best .
THE ABBEY ST. AUGUSTINE:, FLORIDA in Koi'kleil| ul! East: Coast Itallway\ depot) In the hotel ground Oranges' < tree ito :
Near City OaipH' ,cad HUtoilcal Fort Mai I tun. : the giiOHtH. Liberal mauiiKenielit.aiiil, raleit Aeconunndntlunx\ for :JIH! ). ,
\![ ; HOTEL West Hay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE Select Family" HoariliDU/ House J also! Table hoard Undor new ni.inage- I : S. II. 1'ICIC': Manager;
FLA. I'. h. HAYNK-s.: Projuletor, .
ment. Platen model ate. Summer Resort. -THE NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL PetonKey, Mich i
Hummol field ]House[ Oceun Irn\o, N. J. : ijnuiliiK' rvnunol (lie Uatier I l."kU"lip.....June |o oniuliio -
American ]) located. Just built and _. .
plan. Centrally open- --- =--- ------ -- --- - ---- - -- --- .....................................................>
I.AI A'I'JThe {,\.
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water

Bathe, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All t
street cars pass tho door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.f per day. ,

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.
:o1t..1oClgo, :ua1n. Now C>PO '1. \
Opposite Post Ofllce and Olhces of Qrklawnlia .and bt. Soling River Steamers. t

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Only Brick Hotel] In the City. Kites: $2 and f J.'iO( per day. : : it ENtVA1't.land: MoDyitv 'rinioirniioirT.

Portent Meet all Trains and ItouU. R
No Better Place In tho City. It U situated, an Ornngo hove, and In the Intuit of the Riinlon spot| of Florida
-On the American and European Plan- .
Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant J. E. JANTT: 1'ioprietor. IIlIh-trophI1II'eglon, on the bank of the funioun' Indian' Itlver.
family home. Hates: American Plan, $:!.OO and $:1.60; European, 50cts( .!
and All] form Union Station stop at the door.
II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. OIUIONH Itl::ACIi..
The beautifully located Riverside Hotel at Green'Cote Springs, is under the
same management. lloatlnp, Ilnnlln/ fishing| Oiclii'Htrn! Etc ...,
AT OUMOND FLA. Room with or without )baths, Uutun ; tJ.IX) to $3.O()(). .
The I Inn EACh

New JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. NOW: / Al"" Liongnr of IU.HHOS'.IICrtI.r: : : ,, ".
Hotel Windle J JORDAN 1
V. Mgr.
[ Klbeion: Now fork. ','
11) East Street.
Forsyth Situated directly on the famous Ormond automobile race courH >. Good) '
nccommodatlons. Steam he.l1. In rooms. Transient rate *.I.io:! and
Center of City; cool, airy looms; first-class In all appointments. The best ltarlllO*1.00 per (chlY Weekly rate, *, !.*. to h1.: Florida East Coast Railway; lUll

$3:!to 2.0: American plan house in the city. Open all the year. European miles south of J.vcknonvlll New Hotel "1\
plan $1 per day, one person. Free bus from trains and steamships Near Proprietor.
WM. S. KFNSKV.:/ Manager._ 1 1 .
all car lines. Special weekly rates C. B. SMITH, Prop. -


and Stieets. -
Corner Bridge Bay I""
EVERYTHING NEW. EUROPEAN PLAN. IItPtrjO 1 PEJN": X>:,cG3IM33I7IL: n.ol.-t1:1.: : ''r! ;i

First-class In all Its appointments. Fireproof Brick Building. 1:1 a 1:1 .;rA.,. .1:1.. t I [' '1

Rates : fiOo.5o. and 1. G. A. LIGHT, Manager '" > lit .cg ,:.- Orchestra, Casino, Bowling Alloys, Etc.

". p g p 'ith :J
m a k, P. A. 811A ItES, Propiletor.MIKKITT. i
II :!. =
a5: : West Hay St. '
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and Renovated. ... I --------- ------- -- -- "
Centrally]) Located. Thoroughly; Repaired ;; :N: ,f : \ '

Newly Furnished. European Plan E-: IJq, -5'l. 1 ) River View Hotel, .MERRITT( FLORIDA :. i '

G. H. MASON, Proprietor. _
a ,
i sv $ Situated on high Ground overlooking the INDIAN RIVER. Surrounded I'

MAGNOLIA SPKIXGS. ...,.. 1It g. .... P 0 by Orange trues and a PINK; "'()ltI>: 1'. highest| Ilcalthleatlryest Spot lit I" .,
... rn '< Horlil.i.' Electrlo Light, Bath, Sulphur Swimming !'ool. Fishing\ Boating
r+ io i---' and Game than place] In the State, Booklet. I
Z3IOtl g8 O O more any
Ma.gx: .o1ia. Springs: :: :: _
., .CI- 'r .-.. ....... W. M. 1IA1GHT, Proprietor.INDIA.NOLA. ,
(St. Johns River.) MAGNOLIA SP1IINOS, FLA. :7 o a P

}* miles south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line IVy, and river uteamers. eq.. I t I'
Open fireplaces all Steam heat. Elevator. Electric Lights. Pure .
rooms. gg : ----- -- -'
Spring Water. Dry Climate. No mosquitoes Well-kept Golf Links, Tennis, -4 f I
MshinK:, Shooting. Two swimming,: pools and baths. $1 I per day; special 0 ? .... e O-A' COTTAGE '.
Weekly rates O. D. :SEAVEY, Owner and Manager. f2 7 e: V S .Inliind. \1
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MAGNOLIA INN: now open. *:2 per day. ;:: :! = f3 9 Is.1 I J Rates Very Reasonable I ,''I

-- "C"o-"'n. dt : iCI I P::> Hunting and Fishing. SINS:\ S[. DrUGLASM, I l U.1nllgerl'i', Y
., SASS L. GRIKIt[ : ,
ST AUGUSTINE o '" 1:1 :: : (. ( t
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Hotel I Ha AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. U) ..! .=. _0 t'- \
a gnoliaJST. o :="' c_.O Hotel Sarno' and. Cottages, KAl' GALLIE, FLA. :
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Q CD 4 LiIli':1The On the Eau Gallle and Indian Rivers. Two miles from the mouth of tho ' t
__ : famous Banana l her, Unsurpassed I)n I'Plend equipped In every respect; 50; suites with. well appointed private and Cottages are elegantly/ furnished. Freestone" aDd Sulphur Water, Rates. ) '1
bath.,, accommodation. for :300 guests; 4nW<() square feet verandas, exposed to -- .2.110( and $2..V) per day; |1H, *U and fl II; per, week. Cottaic completely t
orchestra furnishes furnished for families. :
thl entire houle; f 1
sun: beautiful grounds surround the . '
must.: twice dally. Rates: $:!.50 to *5.00 per day. Special weekly. Gables DAYTONA FU -- '" .
A SIecDOWELL.tyoIi .
PALMER : f"i:
OPEN FOR TJF.i] SEASON 1904-5 t.
MfLHOL'ItSf:, Jl'LtmJDA. oBrevard t
Located on VoIusU Av nue, half blocks from TtaliroaIStation. Five vi,w' of the Halifax Rlror.
6U11D1116s : Finely situated on a high Molt overlooking! the INDIAN: IUVER. t e
Sunny, Comfortable Rooms, Single] or En-suite. Electric Lights and Baths. :
Hurt and ttlll salt water bathing. Hunting and Fliblng. Sanitary: r. t t
-TABLE UNEXCELLEDlav.: N. B. MAcORIFF, Prop. plumbing, furnace heat nnd! gns-llght. Rates: $J per day and up. t \

kisiri Ts'TJF. ROe B..eI STREhs PLAZA ...ot.,... ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA .. n ___ ___ -- -.- Special by the week. Private H.itln.! ROBERTSON:; & FERGUSON. r i" :{
Most Nl.y ace reams well Iio'r1I..tIS. OS'.STII ASI) 7TH AOIS.: 1 ";.
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it**************************************************.* A DINNER PARTY. MILITARY EUCHRE PARTY. r PENNEY & : :G: -

1 Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, of South Titus Pro-Lenten festivities were broughtto G-OJ:1'tS': : F'U.rJL:1sh1.I1g: : : Store;

: : We vllle, gave a dinner party u a few friendsOn a close on Tuesday evening, at.t.he -
guarantee ourWATCHES :t Sunday last Cover were laid for New Carleton, Melbourne, by Mrs. Chas.

nine and all present very much enjoyedthe II. Gilman, who gave a large and very TITOSYILLE FLA
repast. The table du<'orations were enjoyable military euchre party, whichwas
I* i l\larshal.Neal and American beauty rosesviolets the most successful card affair of --
and other llowois. At each the season. F -

plate was placed a inlnuuire menu card, Guests assembled In the parlor of the

I. with the name of the guest written hotel, which was tastefully decoratedwith 1l .OUR LEADERS,,,
thereon, and was as follows: palms for the occasion And the

i ccllo/<<: i St 11IIIT::: : contest was ushered in by the singing of
Oyster Stew. the Star Spangled:! Banner, rendered by Edwin Clapp Shs,

JKWKLKKS': & IMIMIItTKHH: Baked Sweet. Creamed Potatoes. Miss Spangler, Mrs Ferguson and Miss I
Vraltliam and :Elgin Keeley. To this inspiring music the Crossett Shoes,
41 West Day St. Jacksonville] FlaVATCHEM. JtakedTrout. :Fried Oysters. d1
i \ :: :t Roast Lamb. Mint Sauce. players marched to the) large dining- r+ Manhattan Shirt-
All !Btumlnril Makes. -Our 100-page Catalogue mailed( on request- 1'eas. Carrots. room which was found to ba a mans of \\ ,.
ulnuja In _to. ... Chicken Salad. Cheese. Wafers. beautifully-draped flags and bunting; I3 E, & W. Collar
***',k************************************************-.c Cherll .. while upon each table stood a circular: I ,
--- . Tea.Grapefruit Coffee! fort In red, white and' bluo, surroundedby \\ 0I Knox HatsStetson

BRE'VARD Ty"COM'Mis: Cake. Wine. a minature silk Hag; and as the even- 7' I I
COU 'f: Ing progressed,: from ten to twenty small j l II I'I'rr 'I Hats,
/ hose who attended the dinner party
BARGAINS SION ERS, Hags were added to each fort, the whole
were: Mr. and Mrs. Chenault, Richmond, making very Inspiring scene. And the'Queen
Ky. ; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holman, of The game was admirably conductedby

The meeting was called to order by Worcester, Masa.; Alias Mary llolden, Dr. J. W. Inches, who sounded Quality Shoes

IN GASOLINE the Chairman, on the 6tu Inst. Present: of Kichmond. Ky. ; Airs. M. P. Robbins signals from Fort Wayne at table num. for the Ladies
W. R. Walker let t Mrs. Oeo. !M. Robbins Mr. Chas
District; J. R. Mlot, ber 1. Fourteen tables participated,
2nd District; It. A. Conkling, :3rd L i.,,- II. Walton, and Master Rufus Kobbins. while large number onlooker equ. I IG3rahde
MARINE ENGINES. tract; J. C. Jones, Ith District; and A Owing to an Important law case at MIami ally enjoyed the contest, which was I I I
F. Dell, nth District; A. A. Stewart, Mr. Robbins was unable to be pre spirited throughout. Send in your .rllers. ,

clerk; J. P. Brown, sheriff sent. _______ After two and one-half hours of play any article you ,-an think
Minutes of last meeting were read and the prizes, of which there were sixteen, of In Gent's Furnishing

We are offering special prices for the approved.The CHURCH NOTICES. were found to (have been won as follows: line. We have it, and
neighborhood road, as laid out let prize by Fort Seminole, defendedby J
:next 30 days on- by K. L. Brown, J. S. Keen and J. G. t Mrs Uobertson.:!'ths. McCready, Mrs. guarantee same
There will be service at St. Mark'icllurch.
Coats, Is declared Our line
hnreby a neighbor Ferguson and Mrs. Barden ; a generous 01 (.iffoo
Cocoa, both morning and
KNOX oyen-
' hood road. round .
of the Brand
applause greeted announcement Ready-made
log on Sunday next, at 11 a. m. and 7
DK&IOOY Bond of W. R. Koeitch
Justice of
as that first prize'had been won by
p. m. The Rev Mlllidge Walker will I) Clothing is the largest
GItANT-FERRIS, the Peace, was approved.The the only Fort defended by four ladies.
and REGAL33n.slxi.ofit. Treasurer's report was received preach evening. The second and third prizes, Fort Mel. and prettiest line' ever

and checked up. The paid warrants Service In :He. Gabriel's church, Titus bourne, defended by Mrs. Yates, Mrs. shown in the city.

turned over by him with his report were ville, on Sunday, March 12th, at 11. a. m. Sheffield, Admiral Gillis and :Mrs School-
1bXL.rin: o : : : destroyed by Messrs. Conkling and Bell. }Evening service ID St. Mark's church, craft; and Fort Florida, defended by Mrs. ---- --

The Treasurer had Ms usual certificateof Eau Gallie, al 7:30 p. m. 3tlckney, Mrs. Keeley, Mrs. Durstan and J.tFh...afx...01'4..tf444f.... Mrf....Kf.K... FM..,
deposit attached to his report. Mr. Gidley, were "tied." the cut giving
Wo a largo stock and can make Bonds of II. F. Bell The pastor! Rev W. F. Allen, will '
carry Myrtle Killer, J. the choice to the former. Consolation t
Most L1n.e
Complete: : : : j w
A. Franklin to preach In the Methodist church at .
prompt deliveries. Write for prices. carry pistols, were ap prizes was awarded to Fort Roosevelt, .I
Titusville March 12th
next /Sunday, at
proved. t
which was defended by Mrs. Glllls, Mrs. fly J
Petition of D. II. Sample et al, citizensof 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. The pastor will Glen, Mr. Stewart and Mr. Pearson. ,
Sebastian for a change; of road Is also preach at Mime at 3:30( p. m. To The distribution of prizes was followedy t DIAMONDS: oft CUT GLASS, ,
..Also- these services every one Is Invited.A r SOLID GOLD JEWELRY.. -* STERLING SILVER TABLE- ,
granted, an<.l.ly:. C. Uraddock, sr., P. H. dainty: refreshments, and the guestsdeparted ,
VAPORIZERS, hunter and Jim Parka are appointed a large congregation; filled the auclaorlum unanimously agreeing that ana ;J;: GOLD FILLED JEWELRY, I WAKK. J

SPARK PLUGS, committee to' mark and lay out the of St. Paul's Methodist church, charming hostess Mrs. Oilman had STERLING SILVER NOVKL JES s SILVER:: PLATED WARE :

DYNAMOS same. tau; Gallie, last Sunday night to hear carried the record for the season. r*
5 The finest line of Sterling Silver Toilet Sete and Novelties ever
On motion, John Is instructedto
Henry (ev. J. It. Hawk ; but he was obliged to
MAGNETOS: purchase shades for the Court.house. bed shown in Titusville.J ,s
retire to his room and to soon after DEATH OF MR. BASSETT.
AT COST Bond of J. A. Franklin, to carry a repeating arriving from City Point, on account of JEW-SPECIAL ATTENTION'GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS. :

rifle, was approved. a severe case of hoarseness and sore
On motion, the Chairman is instructedto hroat. The people took the disappointment Mr James T. Bassett, a former post- J G. L. MANDAVILLE, Titusville, Fla :

The Florida Motor Co purchase a ladder, for use at Courthouse good; naturedly and spent an houror : master and resident of Titusville, is ******************************************************
and Jail. dead as will be the
seen by following
more in an Epworth League meetingand ,. .. ... .. .
letter -- --- - ----- -- - -- - -
On motion, the order, passed January song service. Mr. Hawk is Improv- received by us from Capt K.

DAYTONA, FLVRIDA. 5th. ] )0t, grantidg; Horace Shlpple the log fane, and expects to be able to Boucher, commanding the local corps of E. L. RR::: :: .R'Y dz seo.::
right to plant oysters, Is rescinded. preach at Eau Gallie Surlday, March 12that the Salvation Army in,Atlanta, Ga. .. ,

:rI.: L. :J.\1:0TLC: V On motion, the Sheriff Is Instructed to 10 :::10!< a. m and at Melbourne, in the Atlanta, Ga., March :3(, 1110! ;;.. -DEALERS IN-
have a cement walk put In front of the evening at 7:30: p. m.
Courthouse steps Epworth League! meeting at both Editor Eaat Coast Advocate: ,

Report of D. S. Carlton, inspector of churches in the evening.MIDWINTER. Dear Sir.-Just a few lines in regards; We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS.
cattle and beef for District 0, was received to the death .James T. Bassett, who
We deal exclusively In the above line of goods; and solicit the trade of all consum.
l and filed.ItepDI't FAIR. lived In your city at one time. lIe cameo era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
of Justice of the Peace J. M. Birmingham, Ala., last spring.; I E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.AGliTER .
Sanders, was received. was running a tent meeting,: there, and
Tax: Collector's report of tolls collect. From indications the Florida State be came to me and I employed him to -- -- .. --- .-

ed during the month of February, and Midwinter Fair, proposed by Mr. M. J.L. look after the tent. lIe was converted,
yt amounting to $77, was received. Brown and other prominent citizensof and afterwards joined the Army. lIe : : &'. C 0.,
i Illpl County Judge's ,and Tax Collector's Tampa, will not only surpass any wan with me about five months, and .

report of licenses oollected during the state fair ever held In the South, but lived a good, straight life. Then his -Dealer In-

month of February, amounting to $34, will be on a par, with the great Cotton wife and daughter; sent for him, and he
state; and $10.50) > county, was received. State Exposition held In Atlanta several 1 came to Atlanta. I came here about ten STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
I'ay roll for State's witnesses at the years ago. The railroad, owing to Mr. days alto to take charge of our work ,
February term of Court, amounting to irown'a remarkable ability in promotIng hAre, and found him still saved and PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.

$120.30( was approved. the south Florida Fair, have proffer. lappy. lIe took sick two days later, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

Notary public's hood of,D. L. Gaulden eel their aid in every manner possible toward and died last Monday, the 28th of Feb.
Rw.+sr was approved.On securing record-breaking low rates lie died trusting in the one ho had

Fine Liquors, Wines Beers. motion the Sheriff Is instructed to that will be even lower and on better earned to love so well a few months Walker
Wna E.
purchase matting and chairs for the addition terms than those granted; In honor of lefore. The funeral was conducted by ,
Ales Stout
to the Court.bC>lIse. the fair last fail. In addition Mr. Browns he Salvation Army The G. A. R.
JlU Send me your orders! On motion, the Clerk Is Instructed to taking; steps! to Include Cuba and the attended In a body. I will ask you to -- Dealer In -

TITUSVILLE: and COCOA, FLORIDA. purchase 1,000( large, stamped envelopes. Vest Indies, in which he has aasurances please make account of this In the ADVOCATE arl.d. Groceries
Etaple : : Fa.o..cy:: : :
On motion, the Board adjourned to of support that are a guarantee of great trusting; It will\ be a comfort to ,

meet the let Monday In April, at 8:30: ncceas. This will prove a drawing! his old Indian River friends. Fruits and bles
East Coast Meat Market a. m., 11)03. card to thousands who would not attenda Thanking you In advance for your : --V-egeta.

Oennral. i'unil. fair in which only one state Is or a kindness, sura-d.' Feed
1.Wit n.1\IIut.Walker, Co Coin>. and mileage... 4 8 00 40 section of a state Is lepresented. Every I am, yours to save the lost, Hay, Grain: : : ,

O. F. DUREN, Agent. It A Cunkling, la HO county In Florida should get; Into the CAPT. R.BOUCHKII. \ -Your Patronage SolicitedTITUSVILLE -
John C Jones, ". .< ,. :20 00 move heart and soul.FLORIDA .' FLORIDA.
J F Itoll. iKi: 80
A A Stewart, .accountant .... ...... ..... 30 (4"' A PIT SOCIAL.
c::> '. nlntorl.lIb............ ... o 00 INDIAN DEAD.
.-- --. J P lirown, jullor .. ... .. .. ...............3000 TXT'US'V"XLLE x.artT'isiEi.T.r:: : ST VUXJB.
C ta Co Com .. . ... 00
waiting 4
: qa A telegram from Shawnee, O. T.,-
A I> Penney, salary county Judge.. .... 2900Klectrlo says Tltiisville, gave enjoyable "Pit" party
< wty Light Co. ItKlit. ... ........ ..... lit IV hat Klathlo Harjo, a :Seminole, known to a few friends last Friday night. The FEED AND: SALE 1I I SADDLE HORSES:..
1 b I th 1.41."hl",81\I..ry. Pros Atty. .. ..... .. 3J 3d as> +'Old Fish," said to have been the was* continued with considerable
ca.: "/ A Kfnitlu. ferry mail. .. ...,. ............ to do oldest Indian In America, Is dead at the game;
Howler .. . ... ,.... HI on vim until 11 o'clock, when a counting of ...STABLES... BUGGIES
J It Walker & Ca. Turn for Jail,eic. .. ... 19 85tJ age of 110. lie was born in the Everglades the scores proved Mr. P. Sondergaard tobe !
N"rtoll.wiHiil for full.... .. ..,........ n 00H of Florida, and fought In the War the winner of the gentleman's .
\\ Ni _. .c.2r E \ I lull' ,ooat conn l\lfIIHax.... ..... ..... 40O, 00 and Mrs. F. A. Morgan, the ladies' prize.
:=1 -- P J Had a.'rt extension tooonrt house .. MHI 00 lu the Seminole wars. lIe enlisted as a Refreshments of a substantial character TRANSFER r" TURNOUTS of
Morgan A' Walton. Inn court house ... .. MOO volunteer soldier of the United :States were next supplied the guests and ,
= John Ih..rYoI'r"I' tax: redentned, . ....... ::1I" during the Civil War, and served with ,
J .P llrown. drawing. and l mini Jury Co Ct. 3t 70 the souial terminated at 11:30: p. m. HAULING ETC. ..all kinds..
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. waltlniconCoCt.. ..... ... 10 OO distinction.
Red Cru,. Miarinacr. pens clerk's oftlce.. 1 00 Since then he had lived with his tribe,
.. nied for J..II........... DO and acquired a reputation as a 'doctor Tax:: Assessor's' Notice. Tm IMC. C>s"bnl1: ,
K: T. llra.ly. Nro.inline for Jail.. .... .. 1 H9
J Prltoliard 80". " .. .... .. 84.1 among the Indians. TITUSVILLEIn rear of Robblne' Law Office FLORIDAINDIAN
Robbins &: Graham Co. Anna. Johnson. wwnlilne for Poor Firm? 3 HA I will be at the following places at the . .
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Jan I'ravatt Bupt COllY and " .. 400:
>> .. (trot'erle* ... Ml A3 BOUGHT AN ORANGE GROVE. dates named, for the purpose of
J R Walker* Cn. clothing " ... 1* BOf Assessing Taxes for the year 1005: RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
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M OnlMin, hauling, etc, .... 14 Jar Spruce Bluff, Monday, March 13th.
PAID UP CAPITAL J5,000.00; Pritcliard Son. rodee l " ....3 4.1 Mr. James II. Couch, a prominent Jensen FLA.
.. Tuesday, ,
K: W 0",,". nook.. .... WOO
This company owns H Hainan, allowance. .... ............ ..... snoE.IHrCOANrAuvocaTaprint lawyer of Charleston, W. Vft., has purr Wareland, Wednesday, 15th. Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
tax state.. 100 based the Williamson residence and Eden, Thursday, 1'Jth. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use.' Fair dealing Is my motto.
ZE-i -A. 3ST ID S Road Fund Diet l No.3. orange grove at Mlcco, and has moved Ankona, Friday, 17th.
N :M Flnh, maul" work.,......................... 1920 his family there, to make their permanent Fort Pierce, Saturday, I ISth. T. T. WETMORE Proprietor.
a the Indian River Country; On the St. EC Lumiler.t Sup Co, lumber.::::::::.:: 6 878 08 home. It Is quite a nice piece of prop- Fort Drum, Monday 20th. .
Lucie River Rood Fund Dlst. No.4. erty, and we hope Mr. Couch and family Tantie, Tuesday, 21st.
; at New River and on Bay 1V W Carlton ,.... ... ..... .............. .. 978 will enjoy themselves while on Indian White City, Thursday, J'Ud.: The TitusYillle Blacksmith op
Blscayno. Prices to suit the times. Rood. Fund, No. S. River. Quay, Friday, to :24th. ,
F J Hates. road work,........ ....... 14 00 Reams, Saturday 25th.
Send for Land List. W M Hall .. ..... .......... 1.1(10( IN BREVARD. .4 O. B. STEELE Proprietor.All .
W W Carlton, '. .... .... ........ 15 BO BUILDING Sebastian Monday, 27th.Mlccoant1Grant .
Offices at Titusville and Miami Fla.J' J II Campbell, ,. ................ !*) U4THtevein Tuesday, 28th. kinds of Blacksmith, Machine and Engine Boiler Work will\ be done by
,> ..... .... ."".. 3011 Malabar Tillman.V ednes. 29th.l experienced workmen.
Ollllltoredlth. .. ..... ............ 700Uank Mr. Geo. F. Paddison, manager of the .4
of Ft 1'lerca'4 ....... ....... .. 3478 East Coast Lumber Supply Co., Inc Melbourne, Thursday, :oth.< -Buggies and Wagons Made to Order and Repaired-
Tropic Banyan, Friday 31st.Brantley A bicycle and...
MOBLEY Special Road Fund Die. No. a. 4 the cold gun
N M Flsh, roadwork..... .. .. .. un T.1UJBttll arms us that receqt snap seems "IotusSaturday April 1st.
.. .. ................ 4.13H: to have had very little effect upon bulldog Georgians, Monday, 3rd. G-ol1oraI.: : RopAir Shop
TITUSVILLE, FLA. Special Road Fund DU No. J.EO boom In our county, and that the RockTedge Cocoa, Tuesday 4th. will be in Shop
operated connection with !
the Blacksmith and Machine
Contracts for all kinds of Kal- Luiulwr it!; 8m,Co lumber............ 21 DO business in their three yards, at Eau Merritt "
Painting, O R Curaton, raatf work................... !l '.'5 Gallie, Tltusrllle and Fort Pierce, shows Wednesday, 5th. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-
Hominlng Staining, Finishing and PaperHanging Game Warden Fund. City Point, Thursday, (5th. --1!
at the roost reasonable price T A Robinson game warden.l .... ......... \40 00 an Increase over the corresponding Titusville Saturday, 8th.
consistent, with good workmanship. Vine and Forfeiture! Fund. months last year.OFF Mlm, Monday, 10th. Pure LINSEED

J P Brown, ortu pru* Co Ct,.... ........... 34 85 LaGrange, Tuesday, 11th. Every Drop
All Work the East Coast ? -, SJH: no ON A CRUISE. Haulover, Thursday, 13th. = OIL PAINT
on "now on (line conntp. Coen...... :2400 .
T A Roblnnon, < nun on court Co Co..... 17S OO \ Canaveral Monday, 17th. That's
A A Btewart,vrltu nroC.Ct 34 23 Eau Gallie, II 24th.
) -Especially Solicited: U LOnulUen, sour l e Co Ct::::::::=::: (WOO Among the pleasant arrivals la TI. Blanks for the purpose of making returns 1'VI.A.S u"R-Y-.S:

Let me know what you want and get my Feeding Prisoner Fund. will be Out-looks, Out-wears, Out-covers. Out.LBlla-ALJ. OTHERS
Mr. left at all the Postofflcea ;
and (
..... .. ..... usvllle ou Monday, were Mrs. .
estimate on it. Prompt attention J P Brown feeding prlMmor 114 80 In the County. A Record of 50 Year's Success Is the Best Guarantee of EXCELLEVCi.For
F. Naethlng and Miss Rose Marie
given to all work. Ch.; .
P.. '. MCMILLAN": ,
Draylnir.Draying Vaetblng, of 207 West "2nd street, New Assessor.IHli.. Sale By

FOR SALE.Over or hauling-allHnds prompt I York; and Trot and Mrs T. A. McIntyre THE EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
and son-in-law of and FOR SALE-Floe 10-room ResidenceNew. -
ly attended to. Meets) all trains. Stove daughter l\lr. -DEALERS I.V-

1,000 acres on Indian River, Fla. wood for sale at all times. Irs. Xaethlng. They came here for the Good. School Fine, Churches Fishing and Etc.,Hunting.In McIntosh _=
E. II. IIoLTicx. Titusville. of taking a fishing cruise as far MATERIAL--
BUILDING LOTS: WILD LAND, purpose Fla. Address, Florida Trunk
a. Palm Beach and Miami, on board the Manufacturing Co., Jacksonville Fla. : ..: .

ORANGE A GRAPEFRUIT GROVES, ...4>4>4>4)4>.........4>4J >... ions -boat. Rose Marie, la command of The Most Widely Known Drug Store in Florida.Nunnauy's .

PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS, E. Vesey Hall J Capt. Jack Laflln. This Is }[r. Naeth- The OM Hlacksmlth Shop. -AOEXTS! "FOR-

S3'-*5 to $IOO,) PER ACKK:- ng's second visit to Titusville this win- DelicIous Candies COcts per pound 'White Ribbon Liquor (1Abtt. j j

Owing to poor health owner will sell j Georgian, Fla. J .er, but Mrs. :Naetblng has not been In All kinds of Blacksmlthlng and Wagon Cure. S0cta "?,1( S1. yinol-ynsurpas ed ai Heco'netruetlye Tonic and Cure.to+
Work; tires shrunk without cutting-a D'dnchlt.la. Hard Rubber "ndlElastic Trusses. Crutches Silk Elastic StCkID
quantity desired J 'Unavilla In several years. She is lady
any cheap, on easy Boat Builder. J a wonderful device, quicker, cheaper and tibdomlnal :"PPorters. Everything for the sick room. Curative Anti-torim
. terms. Rare opportunity for profitable s of charming personality, and is a mem- much better. Horse shoeing and gun for arlet Fever, Lockjaw In Horses. All Mineral Waters.

1 Investment.. ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK* ooll'Of twelve clubs. repairing. Do not be led astray. Cometo n. you cannot get what you want In our lines In your own town, send to

, J AS. HOLMES, : Write for Estimates. j1N the old shop OOl1C: >"IO"'or's Drug S1.0-0.

11-lOt Jensen, Fla. The ADVOCATE: print all local news J. D. Exxis, Titusville, Fla. Bay and Julia SU. JACKSONVILLE, FI.\.



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