Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: April 21, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00395
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
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NEWS ")fe That Spends Without lie- JASTJIC. BASTI n. GASTRIC.Invitation Sack Suits. FUTURE OF PALM BEACH. AMONG THE HOTELS,
LOCAL
gar l Shall 'Yuitt Without IMty.
General Interest. by Penny A llrannliiir, the Yeah The published report In the DotroitPremi Whero to stop! along the East Coast.
ad Topics of When you're ready for your suit let and continued. luforeoce In ""huh"lhelRlollnl
lonable. Clothier. and FurnUhor. See list of hotel and boarding houseson
This bit of proverbial philosophy was us show you some of the Spring Sack papers' ( the solo of the Royal
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Reading notice ads. are ten cents current, long before the introduction ol We cordially invite all those who have styles, made I In the new length. The Polnrlamtllatel, Palm lUmcli. Fla., to 1st, Ith and 7th pages.

lprllne rf on this page. modern merchandising methods. It li not already been fitted up by us for bent materials are represented in our a Mr million 0"" Cousldlne dollars of was Now Involved York, ,where the Manager S. II. Peck, of Hotel Plaza

A Whan you subscribe for the ADVO- true, though, and just as true today all Easter, to call In without delay and stock. Blue, black, light or dark mixtures Miami Metropolis Intorviewod Mr. Goo.C. RooModgo\ has gone to his summer hotel

teat by the year, It does not cost you ever it was. The only.difference la, that make your selections.( Our store, the and fancy patterns. All with our LaGrangn, of the Scmliiole, Wrst ut Petoskpy, Mich. Ills wife and family

librae cents per week, postage Included.Note It's easier to heed the warnIngeasierfor only one of Us kind in the city Is filled !good tailoring.The Pulin Beach, and Car Kockaway" N. 1'., followed

1 date of expiration printed week. upon This the citizens of most American towns with Clothing' !and (Gent's Furnishings,,, way to know them Is to try themon. and whose Interest acquaintance taken In with bin "Mr many Cousldlnti gigantic( Mr. P. A. Shares, manager of the Now

1.arece1pt or for wrapper your money.every No needforaeto and cities, especially easy for the people and everything that men wear can be It; costa nothing to look, and when schemes, imrlloularly notlcenblu the I KoeklcdKU hotel, Itocklodge, has !gone to

I end receipt for subscription. of Titusville-In view of the splendid found here. you IInd just what you want there's the Gollonni, Dreamland, reproducing aWoild's Klaniesia! N. Y., whero ho will open

|The date Rives: It to you. opportunities for profitable spending The largest, prettiest, up-to-date lino advantage here that the price will be Fair, where fortune were expended. his summer hotel, the Klumesha Inn,

THE ADVOCATE. continually presented, by the Walker of clothing, that was ever shown In within easy reach. 'VA show sires for Prominent pollllual capitalists. who about. Juno,

In advance. tore. Here are some of the chances that Tltusville. We have fitted up him men of all proportions, stout or slim, have visited thus notable Kovtlon of Florida
annum,
'1.110.00 per" six months, .. will open to you during the coming dreds' for Easter, l let us (fit you, too. Call short or tall. anticipating great future, connecting Mr. A. M. Taylor, superintendent of

'tl 2,00 per an. to foreign countries. week. in, select your suit of Clothes, Straw Mall Orders. receive prompt attention the recent aaaift l of the HIIHHI'! property, the Casino, St. Augustine, will probablystay

Hat, Low Cut Shoos, Half Hose, Shirts,,, Juiltm KLINE I whore a inagnlllounli' club house In In the Ancient City the bottor partof
Is Beautiful Lawns In the season's latest ,
EAST COAST ADVOCATE on rumored to uu vn>"ted; and overtures
H|file]Tall at the following news-stands, at five effects, such as you have always paid Neckwear, Bait. Tltimvllle, Fin.Mr. mado tll secure thA llamnion vastuicaof the I 8umnwr.1I'MII1. .

wee per copyTituevllleRed: 12'i i to 13 cents per yard for, at Ktc. Suits, ranging' In prices from $000, l.vellan.I, which extends one and thrre- \ ( T. l\f. Lenohan anal Arthur T.
Cross Pharmacy. to $22.30.:!: Ihosesuits for *S *O<> *10 quarter nillos, surd from oueun to l.ak
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Duval hotel. Percales, the 12, and loo quality at lOc A. K. Moore, of Merritt, was" In Worth, close proximity, to the large Stoepol, private bookkeepers at the Hoy.
Jacksonville- per yard. and %\'i: are certainly winners. Crash town on Wednesday. hotels; may lio the objective speoiilivlloi al 1'otnoluna, Palm Boitoh, have been nt

Is Good Friday, and probablymany and Linen suit from :$;j to fc7..">0 In ,, to establlsli the Alou/ar St. Augustine the past two
Today Fine quality, yard wide, unbleached Mr.I H. Watton and !Mr. HO long uonteniplntlon, : ,
know It. Low Cut Shoes in the Tan, Patent step-son, the beuiillful l traota, on till*
I readers do not in OK t race weeks. Mr. Lonehan Is accompanied by
of our Domestic, IS yards, for $l.IM< >. Jackson salted down to Tltusvlllo on '
continent and Long
rivaling Cliantllly
Leather Canvas, Peal 1 Buck, Tan ,
-Mrs. W N. Hendry, of Fort Pierce, !, All those neat little Embroidery edges Buck Vlcl Kid: I Tennis ranging' In Tuesday champs, whore the Introduction. of an his charming young wife.
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arrived In town last Friday, on a visit and Insertions, price 23o; per yard, for American Grnuil. Prix, or a Royal i'oln- MOHHIS, Andorson A I'rlco, the well-
14 cents. prices from fl.::!. to $l.0! <> -Mis. M. S. Jones, Jr., of nay' ball oltna-hackers Handicap, oreatl ng events
known of Hotel Ormond at
I to relatives! We have the goods such as you want; been enjoying a visit, this week, with made equally popular an tho Saratoga managers ,
EASTER CARDS at the Novelty Store. Boys' Odd Pants, 20o., 3c..Octll"; we want your trade and will appreciatesame. her ulster, Mrs. Jos. P. Brown, of Titus Grand Union HtabloH, or SlieepHlioad' l Bay" Oimond, (Fla. ; and the Mount Washing,
ftOcts., 7.;>ct3., fl.OU and $1.50 per pair. Suburbiiii, dividing dates with automobile ton and !Mount Pleasant hotel In the
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-Mrs. F. A. Losley left Monday forSt Boys' Suits from $1.25; up to $3.00; races' and open air homo shows, White Mountains, were lionitlly greeted

Augustine where she was called on worth much more thin/we: ask. Mall orders u specially.I'KNSEY : -Mrs.I E. J. Blair: and son, of Merritt, which In thl most delightful climate by many friend at Hotel Alcn/nr" ,, St.
A BII ,MNINU, would make notable at 11'not Ion* pale
account of the illness of her SOD.I Men's Iothlnpt-any: kind you want, The Clothiers and Furnishers, arrived here on Wednesday, coining up In slgnllloanoe, and Mit 1lIICtl for Augustine, Monday morning )lr, J,

I SEE PENNEY A BRA NING'S LINE at prices that defy competition. Tltusville, FU.Miss In their launch. They returned home the wealth and, fashion, which 1'ail has D. Price was on his way to his. New
shipment Look I Read tbl*, : An Iron Bed Spring Wednesday night. always been pie-eminent. York hotel, Ilretton Ball, whore lie ex.
Shoes. Large
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and Mattress for $8:;:;. You duplicate International events would eventually
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pooled to stay two return -
Just received.Mr. Daisy Brady will soon leave -l'olls.1\fary Holmes. of City Point, enuoiirugo foielgn sliiblus to competewith
this price anywhere.: here for Camden, S. C., to remain two after. enjoying vUIt of about six weeks our most prominent owners, and to his hums at Ormond. Mr Anderson -
and Mrs Henry M. Plagler are Now listen I To the first five children
the prediction made by that grout llnan- returned to Ormond after upend
or three months with her ulster, Mrs. F. with relatives In Jacksonville, eturned
I still! prolonging their visit at Hotel Al- who report to us, May\ let, a prominent M. Wooten.Mr. home lest cler, Mr. J, 1' Morgan, after visiting ing a tiny or so at the Alcazar Messrs.Andorson .
lauar, St. Augustine, enjoying the love. word, we have used in our ads for a longtime on Friday I'alin Iluaoh who prophesied that that A Prlas will\ be at their famous

I I April weather In Florida. but from now until that date will Charles II. Walton, afler a visit -Mrs. W, C. Caillwell, of Jasper, arrived In place l the would world be If the a boulevard greatest./ winter was! resort built summer resort hotels In thin White Mountains

-Mr. and Mrs. Jules Dardonville, of leave out, we will give one dollar each.JOlIN' of a few days at Hotel Aloazar, bt. Augustine here on !Monday, accompanied by around ocean and Lake, and a race track as usual.
returned. to Tltusville the early her bright little girl. Mr and Mrs. constructed where the sport of kings hit*
I York after enjoying K. WALKER A CO.
fifth avenue, New ,
While ADVOOATK
part of this week. Caldwell are residing In tho Corwin the most niAKnetlo 'power to draw the an representative,
I tbe season at their winter home at THE LAUGK STOItK.Tltusville largest patronnge. With the now truck this woek, noticed that the majority of \

I Merritt, left for home on Wednesday, Florida.Mr. -We have been entertaining quite a cottage. at Tampa, and others which would bu the hotel had closed, and that St Aug.

I ind the ADVOCATE follows number of callers at thin office during FOR UP-TO-DATK STRAW HATS, Inaugurated at Jacksonville and other UKtlno wn beginning to 'Veftr h. summer

| DO TOUR WALLS NEED CLEAN- U". A.. Beckler, the genial passenger the week. We ale always/ pleased to see call on Penney ft Brannlng. Clothiers large alternate' cities their south meetings, the association profitably.could appearance, Hotel Alnaznr still remained ,

agent of the Queen & Crescent our friends Irom the North or South. and Furnisher and wall entertaining gitosts.
log? AlabaMlne will do it. See our - -- open,
ad on page East Coast Lumber Route, Chicago; who hall been In $t. -l'tfr. Richard Gladwin Is again at -Mr. A, R. llndwln, one of the most I I)1'.1.. Monday Is Easter Monday, The Aloazar has done phenomenal t\\

Supply Co Augustine for some time, left for home home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs S. expert fishermen who comes to the East chlldron like to hunt eggs tourist business this winter, and naturally

this week. N. Gladwln, of Titusville, after spending Const of Florida every winter, Is now FINK SIIOKS: ALL COLORS I'KN. It causes Manager Jos. ('. G reave* to

-Mrs. Judd, sister of Dr. E.E. Rollins -The pioceedlngs of the Board of the winter In the county town of Dade.. the guest of bin brother, Mr. S. N. (lad- Braun'lnK's., wear a happy vmtle. Chief Clerk Loomis ,

of tills place, who has been spending the Public Instruction, and the list of bills Governor-General win, of Tltusville. Mr. Gladwln has ney A: and Cashier Sweeney are also well pleased Ii

ulnter In Tltusville and Palm Beach, paid bx the County Commissioners, at -General Brooks, been[ spending the winter In Miami.Mr. =1'hemany friend of Miss Charlotte over the Immense patronage accordedthe
left here, Sunday, for her home in :Fay. of Cuba during the Spanish-American Palmer are pluimnd' to sea her around Alcazar this season. Mr. Greaves Is *
ettville their last session, can be found on our war, Is still a guest of Hotel Alcazar, St. W. H. Gregg, the well-known it''
X. C. Dr. Rollins accompanied again, after her I Ines manager of the famous Oriental hotel, at
been unavoidably
2nd page, having Augustine. The General tells us he authority on fishing who hal been cruling
til .
slater far Jacksonville.
as as Manhattan Beach, N. Y., and !It will k
crowded out of our last Issue. Miss Leila Anthony of Went. Palm
likes to play golf now( nearly all the winter1 on his yacht ,
for the summer season on June 11.
-The Blackmore-Sanders Company AT PENNEY & DRANNI O'S WITH Oriole, on Blscaynet Bay, has left !Miami Beach, has been enjoying a visit this open
LIMES-We solicit Oriental has boon thoroughly renovatod -
pie another entertainment in the Opera ticketon WE WANT: your for Fort PJerce, where he will stay.a week with her friend, Miss: Evelyn Clark, The
house every dollat, purchase you gets consignments of Limes, or will buy and refurnished, and before the
TltiiDvllle
Saturday evening. while before north. of Daytona.Mr .
short proceeding
Machine.Mr. !
There wan' a good attendance, and the Victor Talking them outright. Communicate with opening day It will look like I' now hotel.

PWfle were very much pleased with the Fred A. Morgan has just received .m at once. PORTER PRODUCE A TilE DENTOS WILL UK MOORED and Mrs.I J E. Ingraham and Nearly all the Alcazar staff will be at the

whole l> affair. The above company left two large, oak and plate-glass show COMMISSION CO., Jacksonville, Fla. at the old stand at the Indian River laughter, of St. Augustine, expect to Oriental this summer, as follows : J. P.

tat Sanford on Monday. cases for the Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle :2J2UMessrs. hotel dock, by Wednesday next, April leave New York, to-morrow, for England : Urea V"., manager; A. H Loom! room

which are much admired. This Castleman & Halgfit gave a :Ji.th! ready for business.In to spend the summer, on account of Ill. clerk; J. J. Sweeney, cashier; W n.I .

THOSE BROTHERHOOD OVERALLS, drug store Is one of the largest: and best musical entertainment In the Opera reply to letters from Georgians, tinalth of Mr Ingraham.. I Snow, day clerk ; W. J. Ryan, night

*73oto: $1 per pair. Shirts, any color, equipped drug. stores on the East Coastof house, Tltusville, Monday evening, In Itockledge, IndlnnoU, Hliarpen: and Kailiallie There I Is a movement on font to In. clerk ; Mr*. J<:. A. Twombley, housekeeper I
"u to 5lc) each. Work shoes : to
$1,25 with the Indian River Band J. O'Connor steward J. Dtnan
Floikla" connection asking for copies of last. week's duos our storekeepers to oloso their Tltusvllle ; ; .
tI,7per:\ pair, are certainly the best not Prof. G. Merrardante leader of
The attendance was very large. o'clock cafe; ,
that all of that stores at seven every
Wabash ADVOCATE: we
lor tile the ADVOCATE from may say
that have Writing
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they ever
money the orchestra. T.. M. Boomer will manage I
D. Bolce assistant private sold In a few days. We could evening dmlnjj the week, except, Satur-
bought, go say hundreds of custom- avenue, Chicago, E. D. Thomas says: -Mr. C. ssue were '
hotel Lake
the Muskoko
en. For sale by PKXNIT & BnANriso "Your newsy and Interesting paper to secretary to Mr. Henry 1.1. Flagler, still have sold another 1110 extra copies. If we oJ",.. Royal on
Koiisoaii Canada aolY.. A, Watson
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: the Clothiers and Furnishers. hand, and has been read with much Interest remains at Hotel Alcazar, Ht.Auguatl e; tad them Senator Frank Sams has Introduced' \
mall and key clerk, will return to Manhattan ,
Titiuvllle, Fla. and friend! who but Mr. J. C. Salter, chief private secretary to I
by my family -heritlJoseph: 1'. Brown was rocepty a bill into the Florida Legislature Bunch Hotel Alcazar will keep 1

-Dr Hougliton, left Tltusville Mon hope to become settlers on Indian River ban returned to New York In the pneaplle! section, circulating a amend the' law for the preservation of open Its doors. until the end of April,

day for a week's vacatf, gel nij to Day. I ere long. By-tlie-way, have you any Master LeSeur Oaulden came from petition against dividing!! Brevard county, wild deer, bird and other /game, allow. which Is a lovely month In Florid.

toWi Jacksonville, and mayb on the : hotel or boarding-house In your town DeLand, with his father, Judge D. r.. an.la glance at the petition tells us that fag but twenty quail' pet gun and three

orKla coast Dr. Houghton arrived where we could stay f I'do not see any Gaulden, on Monday, to upend a few there are a largo number of prominent turkeys per day. Mr. Frank! 1\(. Turpln, the new proprietor

Dto"n> Saturday from Melbourne, and advertised In the ADVOCATE. Thanksfor days In Tltusville. LeSeuer's many residents that part of Hrevard who do -Mr. Karl Mallilnnon, president of the of the }Ju'lil.HoteJ control, Jacksonville,
yl... has nsxurned and the hotel
641 a large of the other literature you sent us.Mr. friends were pleased to see him here not want this county divided. ,
picnic party come part Xew Jersey Turn G'otta C ., of Key port, I lie now entirely under his ownership, but
the
> wad with him oa board the Dentos. R. P. Pnddlson, Jr., was! among again. -,The launch, SI belle, owned by Goo N. J., who I la occupying the Monroe residence Mr, Alllioii II, Humphreys will\ continueto I

-Mrs. E B. Chatfleld, of New Haven, the pleasant callers at tide. office yester FURNITURE, DRV GOODS, SHOES: it. Reid of lit. Louts, Mo., was hauled In South/ Tltiinvlllr, with hi* family be manager of the hotel, says the

"ton., was a northbound passenger on day. lIe has been holding the position Drawing books and white cloth, from Titusville, to the St. Johns river U becoming quite a hunter On Wednesday Times-Union. Mr.Turpln I. a hotel man '

(onday, after spending the winter, asatual of manager of the West Palm Beach Galvanized tubs, pails: wash basins, yesterday :>fr. teed and Mr. and Mr. be killed sn alligator In Indian of wide experience, being manager of the

', at Rockledge. After a stay of a branch of the Kant Coast Lumber and JAP-A-LAC) colors, !floor paint, If. (;. McLeod, have been spending' the River, and will have It shipped to ids PlaHotel, In Macon, Ga., at the present .

'Ib*w day at her home in New Haven Supply Co. during the past year, but Is Bamboo porch shades or blinds, winter Miami, and cruising In the northern home, as a memento of bill Oat time. He Is. extremely popular with i ;

( will sail) from New York for Naples, now on his way to St. Louis, Mo., where Crushed: leather belts, special, irk. launch, and will now cruise up the .St. vlsllto Tltusville. the traveling public He will continue I (

I Italy'I to be gone a month, or six weeks. lie has been offered and accepted a lucrative ) Bicycle tires tape and sundries. Johns river. ADDITIONAL LOCALS will be foundon to operate, the PlaHotel and Mr. 'i

K".Clmrteld will return to Rockledge position with the Chicago Lum. CIIAS. A. GARDKtn, Tttuitvllle, Fla. our 8th, page. Humphrey will continue to operate the >' 1

leu fall bet and Coal Co. ]fro Paddlson, who I II" Is Gasoline Sloven.! Duval.! Just a* he has been doing In the Ipa.t.

young man of sterling qualities anU I riinilslKMl Cottage. The Clyde Line. : ;The change In the ownership of 'I j ,;

Plnerle"l and Laud for Sale.! excellent business abilities has a host of I -- Two burner .l.5J: the Dural will not affect! the management !

friends along the East Coast of Florida, For Rent,. Capt. J. O. Walton's furnished Three burner (=>>.1111 Get'your Clyde Line ticket from much to the gratification of the (,
In'South Titusville. No
*W.0f twayea-old small sLedded who wish him every success In his new cottage JAM. PniTcif AHD & Sox, the agent at Tltusvlllo. Do not fall to patrons of the hotel, for Mr. Humphrey '

Piaerles for sale, K miles] south of Palm : field ofoAbor. bed month or In table advance.linen or cntlery; 918 per Tltunvlllv, FI;,. take: tbe steamer, when going :North.C. has given everyone cirtise to be perfectly I

Beach' Good Crop this Not If. WALTON, satisfied, and there Is. to be no change lathe
inrt 1ear Your nffliic Hun / Cottage will be vacated on Monday
by Does / 1'ire Insurance.ilelUble Tltimvllle Fla.
Und freeze. Also wild pineapple next, the 27th Instant. ; personnel of the ofllce force.
J. C, RlCKARD, Carburetor and CIIAS. h. WAITO, A Urge addition Is to be built' on the '.,
Lowest Hates.
r..1 d Boca Raton Fla.' If not get a Kingston TI tun Ill., Fla. Companies. Hotel to Lrni north side of the Duval, which will Increase ,;
from Write MORO & WAITOV: ,
Sta Rite Spark: Plug : Jt' '
Its capacity twenty-six guest
-- -- SJ-4 F. D. CASEY: Cocoa, Fla. JtVW: Tltusville, Florida. To lease, the La Grsnge-Semlnole,
A Grove for Sale. chambers, en suite, with baths. Manyof
Winter Home. Orange West Palm Beach, YI... April to Deo.,
the rooms In the present building are
horses For Hale (Chenl' or yearly Half Interest to reliable, managing
Sale.
I'F.04)) will buy Flue Property for Manhattan Orange Grove, Ilockledge, partner, 4))KM( ).00, which pays rent to l>. redecorated and refurnished, but
a beautiful location
fOfa "Inter home Fla. A fine orange grove, full bearing Tbe season being nearlyover, I am determined to December. Only hotel open the entire thin work wit] not Interfere with the conduct
on celebrated l MerrltU furnished. business. (If the house during tbe summer:
fine house Immense
IlICSd A New IMog
Cocoa Fla., for trees. to sell several of line 110rllel year.
between Indian and Banana rlvOB The Crabb property my Fully furnished, complete throughout. Mrs. B. W. Sperry, as admtnlstratiU of
tr, house barn for
; ,;a aCrC Improved< with fine front- sale cheap. Finest location In Cocoa. packing etc Reason at a sucrlfle. If you want good, gentle Fifty room. Electric light, baths, etc. tbe estate of the late B. W. Sperry,
lite I both rhera-froat Building suitable for Cento1 Furnishings selling: too much care and responsibility. horse at a bnigaln, do not miss thin opportunity Under management of George; (J. I.* has formally turned over tbe hotel to

*z-.eent:: sling protection. Good Store. ApplyJ. Enquire for full particular. of Mrs. II. Come and see them or writeto Grange l.aUrang"'beatonla.'JAl1! W Mr. Turpin. Mrs. Sperry expects to .
l'artLnlara; and "hooting. or Dry F. WooTKsr, Julius Smith, Rockledge, Fla., or :5JMontclalr : C. L.'DOIIT: :37th street, Sew York ; LaGran2n-jem-!: leave later this month for a visit to relatives

23 lIogal1 St, C. Brc1uIAY, Cocoa, Fla. Ave., Montclalr, y.J. 21-13 :JI-It New Smyrna, Fla. mole, Far Kockaway, L. L In tbe \Vest.
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i4 ; Free and .. (V>mi>trnll....r, ux'irttn'04, 24 an BREVARD COUNTY COMMIS- (latin inn . . . . 125: 00 I
.J" Walker, sup Mild :an- -011-' I.K.O; 94Bpuclul J. M.' Suindois: Brim jicos. j j. p. ct tJ: 80renox (; FRED E. GIL BERT:

I,. Accepted tax school Hint No. Ifiudi SIONERS. Lee, wit. j p. ct. . . 1 00
> / ; on hand nt hint report' I .121 4U.'d h.' "
J. II. li.ikrr, . . . . 1 5 4 -
from K: W Hall tax I .) .. .. .. F. H. Price cilin. J. ct. (070 i
p.
; 158> 30 ; 214 III The following accounts were audited pros... 'tC>::JX1.0 bl.J.cs-:
I' >''f fliwi'lnl. tax soluiul. Hint. N... :2. J. C. Ollbeit, ". . . 1025D. :!
: Indian .'' "t'lMasons.No. (M) (*.anh on hand at tost report . 9 1AT 21 and warruQtndiawn<< for the same" thin S Cniltiin'* . . 1 t.OII. ; r:a 1'Ir'

I ItiMi'd from.. K W Hull tax UHI4 24414> 11, April :nih, inor.; : River Titusvllle Coinpf tax 1WU. . -4-01-f 370 III J. P. Blown . . 10.J: 74 r
np "Special tux .sHtixd Dint. No 3- GENERAL KUNIV. >. eN '. ct. ct. . IDS 7.1 I OLDS AUTOCARS and FHA KLIXS.8TATIO ( .
\ "nil on hand at lout . : 37
Lodge. Florida. IU.o> 'd. troiu K H hell report tux KHI4 .t. Ht 7H ml \ K. Walker, Co. Com . . . # fl 00 A.A.l'olew.ut. " . . . :ailsD. '-MOTOR BOATS AND AnY ENCINES-
Holds Its innntiiiK the summit and fourth Friday 1 /1 CompfrtAX. IWU ? U dl I 22338Bpnnlal J. R. Mint " & mileiiKO 10 40 I, (U.mklcn, Olin fees, ct ct. 00 CO
.fi fir anon' month ,*" their room, Indian. River tax, ""'Ionllll.t. No 4- R A. ConkllnK") . 1 I Hf() I keep the largest stock In the South t .
Hotel, Titus Ills, at T f36: o'clock' p, III. 'Huh on h""ulllt" lunt rnport If I'll ,1. C. Jones, . 23: 01J. ) PKUIXXU I'KIMONEIIS' FUN1 liatteilef, Coils, Dynamos, Lamps, Horns.Vilte or call ton

M. B. H\cn., W..r.lIll.rlllf..r.er.. ll"tl'II'r"11'J" W Hall tax l'K-4' . 2'14 III f F. H\,,ll, .. 24 ( 0W. J. P. Brown feeding tulnoners. Ifill 80 ll. ices. Mail orders receive prompt attention.
K. A. Morifun Hnnlur Warden "
Coinpl'rtax; I 11103.) 1101 3'4156
/1'. A. Lunliir Junior, Waril n..f -- 8. Norwood, nal. Sup. BI'I!'. . 15 00 37-41 West
M. Dixon, Trtamirer. Toml .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. 12.100 2.1 J. P. Brown, waiting on Co. Com 4. no Fotnytli Street, JACKSONVILLE. Fl.A
i J. '..(' ., Huorxturv.. - John Henry Trens. Co. Com 131 O'J: Ouaralltcpcl Cure For 1>>111'14. .,. --- -- -
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J It. Welker Hnnlor DKIUHIII.M
t;. Kiiirllnli, .liuiior Ihwoitn.U It mljtiil Kx|>..ii..llt r.ts.Special A. i). Penney sal) Co. Judirn. . 25 01) Itching, Itlmd llleeding: or Protruding :THE!:
II. WI"'."", M""I". Htnwitrd. D. I.. Oanlden. Hal., Pros.'Att'y. :aJ: :I3: / VEI-IICLE & HARNESS eel
Y A. A. Hrawnrt .,.."I..r Ht warlst. Mo. 1.Tenrhdrs Piles l)i'tiggUtit refund money If PAZO
A. Stewart Tylnr.Win. salarluH' . . ....937000 A. Al: Stewart accountant. . . 30 00 OINTMENT' fwll to cure any case, no Corner Foisyth and Cedar Sts.
r i H. MoKarliind. Marslul.IKI 4<>hu Henry conmoH Co Trent.. 4 .B4 Clerk and Auditor. j 80 60 matter. how long standing' In 0 to 11 .
!' I. Kyier haul I PIlI.U.7th inn... 6800 f 420 M Hep. of Del. Taxes, , 1 20 days First app ioalimi gives ease and JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

l Special tax SPhixil Dint. !'if). !).- I' Typewriting notices rest.. .">(lc. If Druggist haaD't .It"I.'tlll
( >Kll OK KAHTKHN; 8TAIC. Tcaohers. .. . . .. jUlllce . . , . .ICO you / ;
salaries. . 1111/I/ fill pence. :0o. iu stamps I\nllit will bo for
Friendship: ('Iieptor| No. 11, holds ltn tneotlnics ,lohh llniiry iioiiiK WlI.. Trans.. U 40 Y. A. KeHHle Keirymnn. . . 1000 warded Everything used by the Carriage and Wagon Maker and Blacksmith,
In the MiMnnln, Lodge: ruiiin, Titunvllln: on tin EMSwlnsu"lieu< "lmiiliiiiilU7iliiiic| ,,. (II 'IMI.1C R. Howler., . . , . 10( (10 punt paid by Tatar Medicine Co...
fine and third Tnttiiduys,, III etch rnoiifli ap. 7:341: Gilbert " $4 79 > B61 18 :t St. Louis Mo. Celebrated Davis & Auburn Wagons for Sale-
tn. 'rite following ere the oJlluant/ of the 81111qlat| tax, school |>lst. No. 3.- D. f,. Ganldcn, Legal' orv.. con.

CIIalte"MIII.leato< Teiu'licru ai larles. ,. . .. .. I 8-111110 R. W . . . . . . 12.1: 00 tot North While.'rnikln' .
Ktewnrti W. M. John tlmiry coins. as Co rroas 1tll l A. A. Stewart, cop. min. for pub 5 00) ( Log Cart Wagons buggies: Surreys, Delivery Wagon
J'. A. KMm. .f H Mrll. haul' : 'bout th- weather, don't you rorIrct ,,:. OUR SPECIALTIES .
1 pupils.. 7th 1110 2(1 IHI Cocoa and Rockledge: Now, legal : { saddlery fatness, Rubber Tires Carriage anti \VaKo/:
the
A."nlalOl M.Mm cluy'When
K. Morgan, II N Andrews " :Ill >4 1(1Mpeclal
1x19 3! ,
R. H. Wllnoii, Hmimtftrf.. blanks for clerk's olllce. . . . JI 3O the! robin ( Paints.We .
wn
a-.lngln'-It'll rot
t no
Mr... .l. KII"R. 'I'w""rnr. \ tax 1ch 4)1IIst. Nn.4Teiirlicrs ._ .1. K. Walker t Co., merch. jail. 10 35Piltchaid : far I\wny-

'I MreJ. M. Dlioo, CimiluotraM.Minn ; calories . .. . .9 3446110 & Non ". . 1125: An' the night when star dust .,
nhlminornn'
CfttlmrliiB Hiinm. Answlula Con. John henry oi>ins as. Jo 'Troas /a :HA ': Solicit Your Business, and Guarantee ServiceA.ttteaa.tion
]HI Inn Ju.l.| Random, Ruth. ,1 T WAturll rail pupils 7th IIO.11, .IHI J. P. Uro..n, Jailor . . . . !:10( 00 wan mirrored 'In the lake Satisfactory --
M... (ieo. W. Hnohle l Adx.'I I WII Kdwards .. .. .. 4U OO f 41)0) 38 .. 44 janitor . . 5 (OO While whippoorwill was xlnHrln'! W'" -- -- - --- -- .----- -- -- -- -- -- .
14'.*..J. I.. Cnrrnthnrn. 1l ert ha. -- S. .1. Norton, wood for jail T; fin) Its heart wan ftoln to brerh
M re.M.A.Sarhneenur, Kmher.Mr Total "|>icinl fund warrants ",riM 3J It's hardly worth .
: : : : : Oeo. J. White repairs to j..iI. 1 1 50> complulnln' 'bont t'weutlvr Cora.sum.ers !
*, lino. M. Kolililiin, Elui-tit.,: County School KiinilJ or today : :: ::: :
trl (1. II. Walton. Wanlnr August NeilHon!/ work on court
It Walker When weather such as that In not BO
mtlnry fur vrfnr
y) .r.J. It.M.Walker IKxon,,Siintlnr-l.Marnlml. II K Hitrili'Hty per dlclII.nupt Iii II94 Mart{8 75 10 (00 Hi hniiHn and Jail. . . . . 40 {01 : away
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J M Orrel J. R. Walker Co. merchandise
J. L. Carrul.llur., ChalllIllI. .. .. at 20 : Your ::E
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._ A J farter a ,ml) for e. II . . . . . . . . . J24: 04 A day when woodland pcrfumen jmvii'C'ncd \ ease :
--- Ilk of. KC. Pierce fiHriil nKM Mar 11: 71 !
by tho flow
.. P. J. Hall work C. IT. .
on 01 (00(
lira lo HC IIl\nlt. "
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BREVARD COUNTY SCHOOL I KHtitte Hank at 611 John Henry, Supt. on addition to Is "surely storm! worfi or t'''o.'An' the. trouble. of n wlr" We sell you Groceries WHO.LESALI ]

'I .I'lanturnHeu f JK4M in/ I IHI the C. II. . . . . . . . 44 M the ....10wfll, he
T A orinoiKl for J."ur. howln' In tho n"
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t BOARD Win Illmlie) .. No4K.VM In ,IMI ,J. L. Mobley. painting . .2W( SO) hlno 'III' i o Hhowrr Prices Write for our Price List. Great]
i J It I'mm-roy 'a Nn 6.... ex ft 40 K.. Ij. Brady A\: Dro., mdite. for poor An' the b-...' will In.\'.e Ms! customary i ifroi

I Nolila "hewup t'lilon teat limik :2 411 farm . . . . . . . . . 6S 0.; II".... .r to ftiTvi-r
The board met Monday afternoon, K A (/'uItCuKrlul"llt'dlll/C 104) So It's hnrt'li money saver.
wohh
g .. Red Cross Pharmacy indue prls. 3 03NI compltlnln' of iwpiit'oi
April n, 11MB\ )/\, at. 2 o'clock. Present: .Ain 110"Hulkoroxn rlo ri Hook r'u true, luiok*.. 111.(mil, of today

11 ' II. K. llardcsty, chairman. ; J, M. Orrel "IX-Cox .V (,;f), Imo nnd pmt l hike on mip.;Ni.U H 371 no farm . . . . . . . . . . .poor. .". 4 70 When while wouther such as. that Is Just a 11''
A. J. Carter and John Walker, nocretaiy. KO Ijiiinli ..11FInrdldeStar Situ e. 1IlIlIltor" x74411' ivwavOPERATION
JI Printline .., . :. Htm .fan. i'levntt, salary :Supt. of poor .Wnllh'nlrtnn'It' The Enterprise Grocery Coat
K l' A nv'''''' r.. l piiliilnanMatint 2 no farm . . . . . . . . . 45 00 .
.I. f,1 Mlnutim of the last roK 1ar meeting John Henry luini Co T......*. 47 71 J. !M. Cuban, carriage hire poor

read and approvud. John Henry u1>|I'y nun fur pub., :2 Ml farm . . . . . . . 10) 00 1 U J
I' The '!'reallllrer'. report for March 1KV! H'" iHirvn. .(Inn. anil writ No 2.. ft :3A 1 7 Bridge St.
.. :lIre O KilwanlH. hoard Imil. pnpllit. 20 'IMI J. 1'iltclmrd(: Son, hardware, for AVOIDED '
one proHontnd read and found correct Rllliurlnr Mfr: Coiuppllmt: No 4. n !M ,poor farm', . . . . . 5 05; .TnchMoll'vil1c.: Flo..jdn
and the redeemed, warrants cancelled I" itttrtelMini,
.; rentBiMiool hnime.. U AO)
E. It A' Uro. indue. for
Brady
\ I'etlllon from, cltl/cen of Vero EDLuntbAtItCollm4forNo6. / : poor ,
761,41482
''i/1 was - farm .*. . . . . . . 8!IIIII) : EXPERIENCE OF MISS MERKLEY .
/ 1 road, and laid over until the !May moat- Total warrants lM.uod., .. ,:IJ/II: : B5/ K.: Dunn, cook poor farm , 12 Oil)

R i.' log, the :hunerlutendont' to take the The Hoard 'adjourned to meet at 8t:: () 1. P. Brown extra venire, ct.ct 5S 4}(O 8be. Was Told That an Operation Waa Florida and
with thom in the Interim. Oranges
mattor
111) n-ni-'I'nnedau. .t0thI.41I.Tueeday '.. Joe WllliM, digging grave, pauper, 2 CO Inevitable. How She Escaped It Grapefruit
KltmiinUl. Mtalniirnt. ; ; imunlnir; i : April 4th, IIHW.\ ) J. R. Walker & Co.. radse. poor

The Board met ut H'iO: a. m. I're"ent: farm . . . . .' . . 4545 When a physician tells a woman.suffering
To Hon.. A. A, Stewart,Clerk of Circuit Court: I 1). 10.. HiirdoHty, chairman ; A. J. Carter Van Worley, bailiff ct, ct. 7 CO with ovarian or womb trouble I ALSO WABT.Y VFOKTAltT-KS WAVTRD BY

4J.IJ Sir-Led In*coiKiillmiPO( ttl4)rlda.8)o with Imroliy Hurtlon' Ilia 3,with Chapter youtiltloll.Wlligltetlhsnd and J. Ii. Walker, nocretury. C. II. Robinson, ct. Sten. . . IIi 33 that an operation is necessary the very .
etat'Irinllttlf" all tiionot On motion, the otTer of U. If. Hihbs of J. P. Brown, walling ct. ct lit Oil) thought of the knife and the operating

? r ilvoil, n|>|>ro|>rlntliinii "nude and WArrauKniiutl foODforthe() lot and hulldioff at llock- J. M. Walker servo sub . r. . . 10 toTltuxviile table strikes terror to her heart, andour Masoz: M_ C ark: :
for the month ending April a, HKIB. lodge, In. accepted, and the Huporlntetident : Electric Lt. Co., lights hospitals are full of women coming ,

Warrants OHtiUndlnn at luot report| Inntructod, C. II . . for ovarian ur womb
to take the nocoHHary . . ll> COTltiiHvlllo f) operations. 110 Street Xew
Murray
foiinty tnhool fund .. 'I7W1! / ntl action III the matter. / Klectuo I-t. Co. York
humilul tax .chnol. IJIitt No. I, 4 M t .11)i. putting
t .: :: ,. :. a, 7lK 4il The following nHHignmentH wero made liJhtlilo( C. II. . . . . . . 21 1 57>
,, 4.SI (h> for simmer HCliooU: v \ S. Norwood, bailiff G. J. ct. ct 5 Oil
u ii e It 0 4. 4J7 II' $'9.1103 21 Tropic, No. SI.-Mr*. Eunice Hoitield. Dora 1>el"ner. boarding jury ct. ct. ;'M> noK. :Member of the National League of Commission Merchants of the United State.{

County Warrants nelionl Imitind' f,1.at thus. .niiwtlnu. . .. $ ; HrtI..I..II. : Whi. CI ty, N.,. 41.-.M 1 Ins Sophie Il.um- . 11. IVright,1)011117, jury ct. ct ID\) Oil Stencils[\ and Quotations Cheerfully'uroillhed

.. I ..,. ."hmllIa.t.I NO. I, 4M 114 keLt.Ib'nDl". II. llagln, allowance . . 8 00
.u. .... ". It .< U, wit' t.l Xo. (p.-MI..H Georgia Slater, F. M. Taylor 100O stamped env.

.. '. 0" II K "" 3, 304 HI, 1 pilnclpitl; Misa Ella: Wlfffleld assistant. Co. Com . . . . . 22 00)
4, 4CW as 82,3241: 811
The hoard adjourned to meet the lint 110 A I) FUND DISTRICT ;NO. 2. F. Ruh.lman
Total ....... ... .... .... .. .. .;;-o: j'jWar'a"t Monday In May\ 1IKI5/ ) at :2iSO p. m. varLlvr : c& Co.
*I".I.lln March 111011- X. M. Fish, road work. . . . .100 17
(i'ouulyioliiHilfuml . .. . .. reSpoulel J. It. WALKKH. Sonrntnrv.To -- -----. .John
,1.011/\ ----2...::. M. Frey, road work. ill OO I
.. tux HChiHd" 1>I.1.No.: I.I IIM1191( 1). J. Hell shell. .. v 261 Washington St. I NEW YOm
.. .. it .. .. . i . . 00 72R. :
a, I.H4I IMtii I 03 M I
.. Cure n (Cold in One 1). I road urray :Street J r X. Y.
> ii it :-i', aai iw, Buy I.aUoche, work . 23:! (HI)
It .. .. 4, :iiU: W 'I.IIAA B7 ; Take LAXATIVE 11110110 QCININK' Tab A.lyalroad' work . . . . . 1031P13TKICT

-JIUJ4---SO: lore DruKKlMtM I, refund the 1I01l"YlIt\ I NO. 3.
= --"--- fulls to cllre.'v.; Drove' Oranges
Total now (tmutHiidhiK. r"lIowe- signature 11. W. Miller repairing Sebastian Pineapplesand
.olfund. .fld.HIt! 1 t II In each box.: 2.V. Hell Cross PhaimacyMonltlu't river bridge. . . . . I 000 ,
t'r'r; s01o4)1111,101, 7.1.1 ,V4il W. 1). Yates grubbing road A OO
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: 1,2rtav: fomnilt For.. N. :\1. Fish, 5 00
14 u It e II e rr.AIIIUIIK Florida
3, Fruits
IKXI III Our
.. .. ,. .. .. Specialty.We .
4, em a<.:)),i34 su: ti..' ciuuliiluttM for nppolnt- DISTRICT yo. 1 5.>

Total' citnli. oil hnnd....... .. .. . .-_J 310 BHIxitult mont to n vucnnoy on tlie polUi torN M. E.: Card, road work. .* . 8 00 r/lljln represent several of the largest shippers in your State and wish to represent!

\ in fund...... . . ... 110x:2 l .: .'uTm if nil lrl" h ta"'l111:4 one Patrick 5urliy. J. II. Baker| hauling and road w'k 10 CO I ,

Cash lliilauro, -= ; whom I1I'IWII'III1b'tol' the mayor Bank of Fort Tierce 1'01work 70 "5 There are cases where an operation you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 3D je rs.

County M-hool f unit- win hulloil wltli cries of "lIe ciin'l J. II. LeTourueau' road work 23 r.o( Is the only resource but when one considers 1 _
8 Cash on tiaml at l luc "report. ..23 M write!" Tli> m.ij-or until ho was .. 18 05 the great number of cases of
only
lluupivuil, ".. l'JW. 1,144 41 there t<) take down the Wm (Hall, road work. . . 10 0() ovarian and womb trouble cured by ESTABLISHED 187O.
name of
ToUll t.M! 1H ap Lydia E. 1'inkham'a
Truynorrolul work. . .12070J. Vegetable Com -
Leuwarrentapald| lnIlar.1W61,4enuN'-- 1 bl \211 plicant, who would come up[ a foftnight . a. Coats, road i work 40 2.1Koe pound after physicians have advised<<

IIIHlClnl| tux nulimil Ulat. No. 1- later for elimination.A \ & Stewart road work . 11 l lU. 1'.1 operations woman should submit to M. Lane &
Cash ink land at lout report ...$ Ul 44 friend net Murphy in n fair round road! work one without first Son
Hell
}Uxlv.iUu l.ir.. IJOA: / .. .. .. M 74 F. 27 40 trying the Vegetable
'l..tal .. .... ... .... .... 21119 hand to ropy "I'litrU-k :Murphy" and SPECIAL WII.TKICT ;>O. 5. Compound and writing :Mrs.!\ Pinkham, ,
Ixnu warrants paid 111 '. liltxt Iwi ituftpocUl Wm. Hall unloading
tax school' l.lMt. >... :a- the oentful tiny nrrlvoil. "Take spreadIng Miss ;aiO! WASniN'OTON' STREET, NEW .YORK. T
shell on road. . . . l.VJ 20 Margret Merkley of !275 Third
4 anh on hand ut lime ri'port.. ...9 1ST 81 that lam<< ." unltl: the mayor "ami write O. n, Arnold, shell for road M 12 Street Milwaukee Wls., writs:
Itueelved In Mar t'MI/I.' / .. .... .. UlJt 01Tulul !
write your nit me. .\.. I'at took up the U. 11. Conkling, loading and fit Southern
. .... .. .. 117U'U" Deer 3101. Finkharo- Fruit and Produce
lAo.. ", .\rraliteillot.lln M.... I'Mft' iso! oa f lao lit pen etcln illation* nrxwe: "['It's a-wrlt- on shell . . . . . 4I2! 50H. "Lmw of strength extreme 'I"nnumf'tf\<< \
0) SI"|ei'I.U. tAx school Dint. No 3'ce11 -- In'! lie's got n quill) In his| tlst! Small I. rlleo, road work. . .:i4l 40 shooting palna through the pelvic organ.

( on hand at ("Mt report . 14.1 37 trood will It do him! Ito can't write OAMK WARDEN Ft'1t. bmrini dawn pains and cramps ' KuuulvuU lu \1.... l.nCj! . . . . MI oi with ow to peekne.8eal!advice. The doctor after COZZ'Z.2'Yl1aS: : ::: Merch.t
Itr'! .n.tS.
it Total! . .. .... .. .... .. 'JI:! t"1it P. A. Robinson,- game: warden. 40 00 making an << examination naid I hl ovarian
All were dumfounded when A..1. Stewart. Com. trouble and, nlcvration and Irlvwl .._ I Itton.
I Less Warnuits |putt In Alar. 1115 :aai IMI ( 3 38 Murphy oa hunt >n' .noo

I Special( Ux, ""bu..IIH.c.l No." 4- recorded his. name in n bold round permit . . . . . :I-J 00 to try. To Lydia thin E.I rtronirly Ilnkhums objerteil I and; derided;;:. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
hand J. C. Gilbert Com. on hunt 2 OOC. ; Vegetable<< Compound.
<'....b oil hand' at Imo "'1.mC..I M DOll the mayor declared "That'll permit : The uloeration
.. . II. thunders . (CO] J! quickly healed all
Uec..hed \I..r.loo.J.: . :K4 61 do, but one of them shouted: 4 the and 1 Stencils, Cards and
I Total .......... .... .. :mm, "Ask: him to write Chas CUiTel.ind tl 4 Oi) one* moremmpptotneedieappearnl ) ." am our quotations furnished on application.
somebody else's
Lets warrants paid In ::11",. t""lc:1:1 t : : tm It Mi Walter naUer" 4 OO -
name honorr'"Write ,. yer I womb troubles stead
Van 'Vorl y . . :24 OO are
i Total caah on haml. .. .. ; 310 8tl my name. :Murphy" !said! the A. A. Stewart Issuing game llcen 15 S3 ily ou. the Increase among women. If
mayor. the monthly periods<< are very painful THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
1 henuae.1 lteo..II'., "Write yer honor's name!" exclaim- FINE: FORFKITtRB: rr: I>. or too frequent and
County lcboc.1 fund- e l Tat ")Ie commit J. P. Drown, Cora on fines . 43: 20 have pain or swelling low down in the

C'ab nn land at .Lut report ... i M In' ;into tho I forgery and go- reward! for arrest<
4" 1 Rend., K..W Hull tax red .. .. 1,1X11' .'!.' police daren't do< It.yer liquor seller . . .100 VO .dont neglect yourself : try Lvdi*
poll IJU4 . .. J7 DO honor! -London Tit-Rits.C J. P. Brown, reward for arrest of EX Pinkham'8 Vegetable Compound. SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE ADVOCATE.


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BOBBINS, It's + I II II
' In I.Arty l1.rlnK.

GATTOR LM\,1 i ttiroiitfhout the winter there ore" Brewing Asso's.Painou II
COUNSELOR I I I
EY AND i n fee narvlkHl. which uiulor forcliop ,I

AT-LAW. ,MI,\ their woolly nconted buds ,i..> Nt. l.ouln K"K 'inI, Hot

In State and United States I w' ,'h''.'I' us. one of the-ii' I 114 the Chino-ir t tied llm>r I

H-,11,1 I practice Court. 1 sat'i-rtl Illy or joss Ilower. It 1s. In plot I I Bold hj .I..M..... P. A. l.oHlny unit J
; 1! not .1 Illy nt all but one of the 1''I.\'.1II .,
FLA. For I R. L. ylotlow TI\tune H Ir.eels.
Office at TITUSVILLK, t I thus croup of nnrch 14I. and the Chlucsan "' /
,. ,,,
My Mr. R. I Motlow.r""' ". Fla.
1. to clever In calculating the exmtlui r I

GAULDEN, > > that) the llrat Imd will unfold l aI ,.
JOSEPH ZAPF I
D.L. i to I.l .i- bin to make n cortaluty of ha\
to use ,I -
AT-LAW tag their "sooil luck" flower "II I
ATTORVEY- open 1
John White & Co.
i the itrst tiny of their Yt'llr.nf Solo Agent. J
Court of the St tflorid LucasPaints .1. i .
in all the LOUISVILLE. KY.t.nhll.haa
I will practice You the polyanthus nit rdM"I. enslly dKI

*.and the United tate Couru.r.o ..FLA. ,I tliii.nlslntl from the nest by the bunch { rK'it1 (1)0) tolled:!( Went llnyM|,... l Illlko.1......I .....law 1'
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BOX.27 6' ( Lit of |lol""aoms| on ouch stalk, the SclllWhite >' m |MlU Ibr r.w
JACKSONVILLE: variety is curly and easll.Hut FURSand
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j. WEBB (Tinted Gloss) gru:: n :.v- NKWSl'Al'KK.N:: for :'1110I'I""p. Hides. .,
It Is on a RreeiKWiinl In thepe thin "-I..
nt olnce.! I
AT-LAW If he asks why --
ATTORNEY- say''I '
'] Hint the glowliiK blossoms of the ..

practice In the Courts of the 7th t they go farther, wear ....
\Will -, " ...", . ,
IUd Circuit.rents; Taxes and accounts paid for collected.non-resldenl. longer, look better and Hedges & O'Haxa.

and ,
hold their color
I ftrpinLLB( :, FLORIDA.. ...Manufacturer: and onlers In...
I Better P
gloss longer.

A.-D. 'PENNEY, for you-more econom- n sL; : CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.


ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ical. Better for. him- I t t."au" o No* Mends, Fruit and, Vegetable Crate. :Mouldings Shingles, etc.

:, FLORIDA. sure to turn out right. MIlls( anti ottlcn located Ito ITl&lo KIiilT, Fin Widens for pilcen delivered
TITCSVILLJt to any part of the,State. Address: Hodges & O'llaia. Huir lo Bluff, Kla.
His dealer knows.
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th
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Judicial Circuit Let him ask him. 1,

WE WANT EVERY GROWERIN [
John Lucas &: Co
E. FOSTER,
QTEPHEX PhiladelphiaSold THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS I
ATTOKNET-AT-LAW THE GREAT

"FLOKIDA YI'OI:-J'\nT.EH.-A cOIn pi..", manual on Kloildti. (:cops., |

Jyal-UpchurchJBulldinK: Jax. HEALTH DRINK. by .las. -rUehl'rel V; Son, "KI.OUtllA OU.\NHS.-A: book of upoclnl Intermit to Orange Urowers.

;JACKSONVILLE, FLA. TltiMvllle. I'hFOLEnnONEYAftDTAR i "KI.OIUDA Mrn.\WJlI<:ltlUKJ.-UClokltlt:: on u Soil, Varieties Cultivation

anti Fertilization."

| Tha Largest and Most Com. : "lHI n l'O'rA1'OES.-Jlooklet on "Soil Seed 1'laniing and Cultivation, Kf-

nlere Establishment South. Stops th. ooogla .ml!>..!.l..ntf. feet of Fertilizer", \Pigging and Shipping.
METTO l made from the "I'INKArrr.K: : :
FKKnU/KUS.
apt'dallnh'roMt l to rinoappla Grower.

IfiEO, S S. HACKER &: SOHIMAYUF ripe berries of the THE I I I "I\I\ AI. 'I'HTlI.IZIHi.-Book!: :: .ho _lug nil our dlirerent Hrnnd. Analysis l .

Tabal Serruluta or Saw Palmetto, combined HASBROUCKMOTOR. 1-OLYANTBtIH HAKOWHt'H BNOWKLAKK.uiirrlxHurt )rice, Eta

I II Ih Aromatlc show to perfection.however 1)nffodlls New and revised edition, of tl'o above just published sent free for the asking
with Fruit Acids and ..
when grown In the grass. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY
There ia nothing In METTO that will tdiould not i bo set In formal linen or

miuaroH. It l I" n KO. harm Infant but all that will STARTS EASIER HUN STEADIER
for It
an ,
to Hcntler 1b6 bulbs with the hiiiul. H Tier
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I QUENCH THIRST, GIVES GREATER EFFICIENCYand which each bulb can be Hepiinitely) -.i'iuci: MHT OF-
uses dibbled Into the place where. It fell
,h CALM: EXCITEMENT, -LESS GASOLiyK: A 111\\11111 not the bent place for laTo(

per HorsePower fills. because the lull 1:0 should not l>o
BANISH FATIGUE, Eureka Wine & Co;
%It than any other Engine made cut down after the blo nonm lire punt Liquor :

BUILD TISSUE, We continually demonstrate tills. but should be ullowed to ripen oar Kmdunlly ,

until quite brown. The erred of .

STIMULATE THE LIVER, Commercial size 8 to '30(1( *I orao )Power. these bloHHoina on n low bank or In nn The Jrnt Southern Alnll Order 1I0Ul..,. :
ACTURERS OF
ACT DIRECTLY ON: THE KIDNEYS Special Light High Speed size from orchard In spring In very benutlful.Vlien "

Doors, Sash ,, Blinds 20 to 250: Home Power, \ cultlviited In pots or boxes daf- Express Prepaid Full Quart Measure.

!',stns! should not be mibjooted to the -=:-.- -- - - -_. .

Moulding & Building Material', Benj. W. Jerome (heat polyanthus except those narcissi already of the inentloneilthe earlier Gallon 1'6r'I! Quinn.I four i tllx uarl.1 Case Per

STATE AGENT: blooming varieties) nil bearing slight 1 Nloheltefl'Ivatndbwk . . . . . . . . lii'i'"T I 1 .11. lit) :21st
Office
Cannon Street.Charleston Manufactured by- For In spring, where theycan Ilntchett'.llhd. Itye. ? . . . . . . II 20 :ti 211 4. RO \0(4)(
I balcony JllIl'ekl&: N. G. Apl>l., Brlt"tly . . . . . . 475 4711 7INI I.1 (IC)
] S. C. e 1'alnier Kngliie For Hale. lie grouped with pot' of hardy N. U. AI'.I", Hrillul,!' ,. "', ,, . . :1125 ;:I 21 4N3 ID f 711

fiT.it, daffodils are dellKblfnl. A glass Eureka: Malt ? . . . . . . . . . i 11M) .1 IN) II tlO .Ja: Oil
The l Co. porch or n cold ifreenhotiMo ran also lie 1'wekilN.C.; : Pench Hrlln.l .. '
Sash Tropical Mfg. \ . . 4 7\: 4 711 7 110 '11lNl
Weights, Cord anu For ale a !5 h. p. Palmer Engine shaft li-oorntwl with the golden bloHHoniH. N. C. I't'llch Brn"'I' . . . . . . . err ::1 2\: :J 2.1 4 K.1 I ll 70
and ....hl"el. nearly new. ( 'OKI .I 185; will Eureka: N. U. Corn . . . . . . . . . . . :Jl1I: :I\.!: .1 I 8.1 I i1 711
Hardware Jacksonville Fla. Hell for fj'HI.: > Reason for Helling: Own THE LIME-OIL MIXTURE. u..k"N.e.eornXX; . . . . . . . .. . :. :JOII 3110) .IIW OINI I
er wants a larger engine. Addreiui, EurekitN.O.CnrnXXX: . . . . . . . . . . . 975'>> 2711 4111 Hall
Window and GJasy J. M. LAFI.IN, One of the Newer I'rrparnllon ForflurMflnw urek"; N. O. XXXX. . . . . . . . . . :2 IiU :9! r.u) ::17\: 7 r.1I I
Fancy 21tf Tltusvllle, Kla. the II.... Jo". xrele. Old Crow ROnrbon.! . . ... . . . . 1 !50) Ir,1I 1171lltiO:
A SPECIALTY. ueel.hilt hermitage ICY" . . . . . . . . . ... . .l IiO 1 ro) II 7\: 1:1: rot)
: "'.... Heal Estate Jlnrgralnt A mixture which I have not ,tunny Ilruok Rye . . . . . . . . . :J 711 ::1 7i 111\ :\ 11 no r s
which U highly recomiiieiiiled by l4uony 1I"flok" Hour 11I"h . .r , . " :3 7n a 711 II 11.\ 11\1): .
careful The farmer 1'rofeHnor C. I'. Clone, liortlculturlHt to 1Cchndpring' . . , . . . . . . . .J 5n) 4 I 11\: II 1111 1.1: 73
and most lI..rdeneu everywhere Nice 8-room cottage, well the Delaware Htiitlon IH u combination I bIlk YaIvet I . . . . . SN) 59,5, 785/ 1711: l

place oonfldenca In Ferry located In Titunville . . . $1JIHMHI( ) of' kerosene and "Ilmold." Liniold IH Oakhand 1 . , . . ._. ;11 J 711 4.. Of) ii (INI 1:1 INI
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Bemts-the kind that never fall. 12 acres Land and !house, 11 llnely ground "cnrcfully hydrated =--- =' -- --- ----- -

part But In orange| Tree, In pure| niUKneiduin IlimV very light, Kail nalllo. . . . . . 700 00)
E SSH4EDS without grit and smooth to the touch. Iwi'Vyn. \ I lliulmi r Jlat hHIt'e Private Htixtk ami mwur bottle ,,,,,,. Burn twelve "
lulxtl
fi Yi T 1 1tIOld 30 acres Land nearly }t It seems to uliHorb ninl, coinbluo with Jlat.1. tt'* Illil llyo and.. ..Miin..lltl, ..r."... Hnve tw lv InhnliiuMUtiiliiittVnmt'ii' Wlilnhy ..".1\_of ,'
1 Mile River Front U( mV.ot lure linttln Iron M.ov" twnlvii liilinlptiif. . .
thin The KurnkaM. C. Corn: sad "inir a tuiltln rrn... Have twelve :
north of 'J< I&II Oiillie., . :. . -11)0)() UO() ) kerosene (Into nu even, pimte. hdebi09KurekuN.I1.Applelirendyands.enrunn.huttis; | fpiio. NavetwelveIshulsoftCurukaStale W
directions lIre: Pour the kerosene Into ..".I"H''11'....... lu.trle rrue. ITIiio or.UII'.I.I"'lht..1 C"'I"on.u"| TIM .
20 acres lUver! From utHardeeville. are I' "gallon lees( then I>
have the standard ar 111 when dlIlvered l '. No -h"rK fir "" has ir .I iri YHK". All or mv blttle..re full
been yeas III It Ti
stir
each
and for gallon
Tbey are not nn experiment- . . . 400 00 a barrel. nmsetr All Mtaniiaril. hraiulu. of whiskies Bold l bv all do..."... 11101t *.. 2Hf I>. L. (1AUI.DKJT, Agent, four pounds, of lluiolil! keeping| the wanes. 'l'IU".lo" 'Ilh''Uo", / _
Thedford's Black-Draught comes AD"U.IITetl for thaaaking. TltURvllle Kli.; mixture In motion until It forms n thin.loppy 0 for'0'1.'
nearer regulating the entire system D. M. FERRY A CO., luuwK. In cam a little kerosene l l"II
nd keeping the body in health than Detroit Mich. EUREKA WINE & COMPANY.
any other medicine made. It is V..... Fine 1'roperty For Hale. Hep.iruten out sprinkle u little inon* LIOUOR I
always ready in to I Untold< to nbnorli It. To thin add water 1
any emergency
treat ailments that are frequent in, 44r's Two nice cottage adjoining each In quantity equal to the kerosene Jar/ W>Ht'Iluy Htr"et .Tni-kHonvllle, Fin.ruo.NK t

any family such as indigestion:: other In North 'I'Ituavllle with an acre stir It vlp>rounly to get It well mixed __ d_. _ _ __ ._____.. .__ .
biliousness, colds diarrhoea, and of hammock and five acre of rich muck then add us much wnter an U needed
Stomach uchea. land suitable for truck faim. Good to obtain the lonlred percentage/ and .A.1'VrU'E: : <>r-rI-IE: : .
Thedford's Black-Draught Is the t'Jf Ifg river front. The larger cottage IIAH three
Into itself to '
pump the mixture back ) inn, KM; rt UI.'III'U: IHHHWIIIHICII \
standard, for sleeping rooms and a servant' room up
never-failing remedy '
stomach, bowel liver and kidney > N = (11 stairs; and n parlor, Hitting room lining form u thorough einuUlon. :It la theaa :>, WINKH, TINS ANP HUANIMICH./!

troubles. It {is a cure for the domestic .- o 11'4 iegd room and kitchen below. The adjoin Hinooth mixture which floWs a* fri'< -- --- ---- -- ----
ills which so frequently summon 'at. 8.8 ing cottage halt two Bleeping rooms and ly. n* water through; n vermorel or other Express Prepaid. Lemp's Beer.
doctor. servant' In second and nozzle provided It l he well agitated, leer u....
It is children ,
for room story
l18it is aa good Full <)ilurt '''....M''"'. 4 elt' H Q'. llfjt.: li..*.r,, . ., .... .. .,.. .. .... .. ....... .'t2gIluntingIlnhRye.
for grown persons. .s sitting room, dining room and kitchen quid no foreign matter gets In. .. "Jill) .IHIf7H) lur..I.'o!: .. . ... ... .... I oIw "
Jiis i medicine every day 'willosoon [ below. Large, brick cisterns to both This kcroHene-llmold.; reduced MO that : 1\1..1"| "". ... .. .. .... Malt, extra (lurk. .. .,. . .. ;; ....
cure
the most obstinate case of dyspepia houses. Adapted for a nice winter It contained 'M: and 25: cent kero- loiioicraiu KyN : .31i'III\ / 111M'' I |uKal.fair
per ..
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Umm'n 44"Styr ... ... ... 7ik A liO 1'uhurg.rHnpurted./ | :lfM'
or constipation, and when i home. : linn been used iiKiiliiHt . . .. .. ,.. llmm Ale, .
send, effectively "'<"'1,1 '' .k 4 All/ II Wl I'J: IKI pint .. :/11II
taken as directed brings quick relief. ig: Apply to OKO. M. KOUIKNS, dormant ciilen Inlurch: and early l.ilt Wlilnlivr .. .. a ifia A INI U /IMI Itilnem. Mtout, pint , ,. .j/| !M
Tltimvllle Fla .'earh MrHnilv. .. .... ... .... TA.n 1111"( U IKIA
DANTnL.,ILL.,De o.23.11102. cs:: .. April without Injury to trees of any Apple| l Ifrmnly lit 'IKI U AllTilA Dulk Goods JugS Free-Not
NOCD
faTh..fo.. ..,'' nla t-Dna..ha. baa been our kind. It him been nxcd. reduced to III Holland:!: : Oln :: .:.:..;: .. .. It N't 4 WA Prepaid.
for are and we wand .... .. . .. ,
DO verve Shoo Jelmlrlng. n.va Ills .. .. I T.t Ml it" /miTIKI _
O'be. Wben ear or a. feud badly we dj pir cent kerosene nn n summer wash Kurtli I'nniliiiii.' ('urn .?. ... .. [% fill 4 IKI I.Ml par /lril.-llye. din, forn. hued Orrule.
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"o.e t1
:JLa and are all rlglit In twelve .... ., /Nxper(1N1/Hn, yore, KIIIII. k'lua
II crawling fountain' I urn .a TA A IXI U Ail'
? we bave(pent lot o( moner for (1)Cg which killed "u yoiiiitf ones . ... ., . ..., .. : duality.Wl.no .
6oator bills'> but .. well am I do t all kind of boot and shoe repairIng aiimtm' KIIIII .7: wr" 4 lift T1IAU .
along lu a. few old and large . per Oal. Hye, IIIn, t.rn. Hum.
with Bloon-braugbt.. a one a very proportion NxIfon/Nu .. .. .,7M1 A IHI "MlII llul
IRA U. BADEll.A ; tAw and do not forget It. Opposite Jan. of Intermediate Hluen." Crude "riia' Hraiifly" .. ... .. TAa III INIA /MHM hrttbnuuniuy.,
.k your dealer for of = [ e.t Kingoflsntlmkylbn.rhlu .. TA ,.. / :UH p.r (1.1MV llye. Pearls and Avtila
a package Pritchard & Oiusorr |
Son. ANDHKW
< Hranily.' | || | l.y Air
oil cannot bo lined n* I It form sticky ''
eaforJ'i Black-Draueht and It he fort, Mi rry IIr)0) a ;it.a 7 /MlIK 1.'I..
does not keep It aead Ka.to TU Chattaaog5MedlclneCo.Chattanooga o mare g TitusTllle, Fla. clots when water In added to tho Ilmold MirtriiMOt alluwptl on all C*,,, nt ..inn j..r...... a eN Ky.per. Mnilliliml( ," quality'|& .IIi.. noolal Anpe!
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n a cackag" will ba mailed to you. .....a,. < Q For Charter the Hummer synch containing 10 1II-IL'rs( West AilAiiiM Ht. JllckMuuvllle, Flu.BIT. I

: ) 5 '" her[' cent kerosene one quart. of rosin ... -" I

.- 11! i' Cruising yawl, Trochee. For particulars soap In twenty-fire gallons of mixture OE3 ..s- : zlvM:: cSc CO.
added greatly to Its off cell! venesi. ItosIn ,
"C' t3. 3 l! enquire of the owner, soap Is. made, by dlHsolvlfift five 1/1/ 610 w. stays,.. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA. j jj
F.elfwR Stanley Kltchin, Stuart Fla.
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'Z t ounce of rosin In one rjuurt of kerosene ,
= ( j
IWkCli o =' and one ounce of hard soup In one I
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l l = .. co =' en Cleaning and "reHlllng. quart of water. Combine the two mixtures dY
; ; ULh
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en / QTSe
.S : n and churn with II pump about I
All work done np-to-date. Call and flve minutes until n smooth white I f

n see'me. Andrew Gibson, at tile Parlor .1111111110/1 I III' formed) The kerosene and \
rosin and und water nolutlonncin PR YAID ,
soup) 2
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Lo made up n* stock and comblneiln. )
0..... .. needed.

The Yiavi E a se2Of" < = nde County Land J'or Hale. Till mixture U worth a car .ful trial. AI 1 t11 %. ; 4 Cr'r 7I11Pf 'J'I

= ftot1 I It Is much cheaper than the soluble D Icy A ?

; ;; I For .ale, cheap the northeast quarter oils, and In my opinion the oils ore the I (.4Y < f
:
U >G no iwrs A6
Home Treatment. of southeast quarter of section 3, town I most reliable of all the sonic klllera.

Na. g 0 I Icu ship 29, south of range tl eat; close to They get through or under even the Ss i 4 4'j

: a .D I It O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on I' most resistant form. unit penetrateInto 4i
fat 2 2 erevlwr and through puhescemethat i
for alliinflammatory condition. > .. St Luele River; 40 acre..
,
i1 Q11A bar all other nulmtitnces. NotbIn -
rEai r-- ..... : ) I Also, the northeast quarter of iiorth- ;
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J" and external yiavl, U a non- r other than oil will reach the insects i
:: ;? east quarter of section 18 township 38,
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? A
? :il) treatment Call :cJ which develop nt the tips of tin twi/i; i
for tumor, or F,< sooth of 41 east couth fork of
>: range ; on j .
teed< for I and get upon the young apple! and pear w i '
Ills V lavl literature free. Viart r..; St. Lncle River; 40 acre.pplJ'to I fruit and.)It H claimed for the 10 percent 'j'jA 'ja

been 10 nee 20 i CHAS n. WALTO.X kerosene Ilmold and rosin mixture:: a
year*-patron* nura- , .. t )ev
15red( by the million G) Tltusvllle Fla that It will, cure just that condition / 6 1 .1,. ?V ;
"a c..o. I which /*o directly affects the Talue of -

the crop.-Dr. John B. Hmltb :New" Jer ,
Florida Yiayi Co ,.. :) 1 F0LmHONETAZncTARGee. sey.
I'aljst Co.
for the Ilrewlna
w :\f&ln St. Jacksonville Fla. .. c:.....I'n.ta rd ,,"-,_ Kent



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4 1FA.T COAST ADVOIA1E, APRIL 21. 1,900., ) -


: ..w........ ...........s'y ................ee....M..* '*JAMES. r1\lTcB.&IiD, President: Why M. DISOWN, Vlc"PrPlllo1ll1 -
i 5 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, I WINSTON! S. BBA.HMIMO, CJa hler.
rHEALTH-


I PUBLISHICD EVERY FRIDAY. !: J. P. TALIAFERRO ELECTED SENATOR I IJ : INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK



i fl CHA'mLBS H. WALTOK Editor & Publlitbor.A In-i I I is the COUNTY DEPOSITORY ,

!JBy the Florida Legislature St Lucie County Bill Authorized capital,

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WBJIKIT JOOBBAI. D.VOT D TO TRa DMVBI.OFMBHT SlOO.coo
O" TH. IWDMJC a1raR, LAU Paid up capital - $25.000

WOBTII A>D BISOAYITB, BATIBOTIORS.Dlnoontlnuan . {traduced in Both House and Senate. |. I MostImportant Average deposits, $200,000


'.. of Klvtu. must be made pere.aly i

I ) at this ofllre or by writing.Ubeoketo.ri.ar n__ J By till VOCATK'S Special Coii-OHpoiident.. :5 Transacts a General Banking

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] )h. made payrhletoCRASLasQ **************************************************** Business
WALTOK,publUher.M '
13: IDOl that back in the SII'e certain .
---- TallahaiHeo Kla., April seems away
'g in.writlnirto the A I>\''rATr for Infomia In land grant railroads In this state found The: manufacturers of Royal Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
II I alonnutyatndthewrllerwlllnhhaebyenclosnIag The LpKlnlatnra) has! now been sea- It Impossible to float their bonds. on Hie ,
a .tauii''<.l-i ilireiuMi'i. envelope.' Nlun l nearly two weeks, and the members troubled<< waters. of Wall street, withoutthe Baking Powder have had 40 1 'a, Exchange bought and Hold on all ]} : _H,
I have settled! down to a realizing
hardly Stale guaranteed the Interest. Thin Countries.
Address all omnninnlratlon* totl sense of their 1'.11100. Little baa been fears of scientific experience. .r. t d
and
the did quite us
htate, naturally, ; i
EAST COAHT AI>VO -ITE.TrrusviLLB :. done-much remains to bo done; and railroad method of bread-and l' tronage appreciated. Prompt nerM ...
M ixmiDA.I naturally I the aforesaid never Every traatmeul gad favor cminlstrn ,
for the ant I four weeks of the sesnlon It overt ? ,n.
made good hence the Plrrong resolution. cake has been exhaus granted.COURE8VOXDENTS .
-- -- -- -- -- raising
will l bo necessary to turn on the steam' : ::

In earnest" tively studied in this'country and 1JKe :
*3.1)epttrtluentofAgrkculture * rt1'
At the outset the Legislature is confronted T Empire Titixt Company, New Vr 56, : \ '
j IB'U. & Jliirruu-.Jiipller, Flu. l with the eternal question! of Mr. Glllen'a constitutional amendment abroad. Florida llauk and Trust Co., Jncknon\ i |f d

P ways and rnexnii. There is nut much relating to dispensaries seems to The result is a perfect product -
The following I is a comparative statement bad I Imaglnicl. Di- r1vruti TII.4LIIIt,
money here as sumo people) be a very significant/ little measure.
of temperature and rainfall for the The e.lucaLiuoallntere"te 1 alone are vented of technicalities It simply prd- i. in Royal Baking Powder, -- ----, - :
i week ending Tuesday Apill JR,1I101I. said to agKregato/! no lend than tmiO.flOO, titles. that, when a liquor' election Is There is no substitute for it --
-1Oi'1)1).1.\ {) .- while the treasury balance Is reported to held li| a given county three questions J. HI > :::BI3I S.

1 D4TB. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. be $JOOOOI( ) lu the words of a veteran shall be voted on-"wet or dry'. or dUpenH.iry. Thepurity and efficiency of (Successor to Dobbins Bros.)

12 /H.l: H M> 62: member: -"It l lit a tough' proposition It la understood that a bill Royal. Baking Powder have rnnd.'LOCEiS11/JCI: : : : : :
: .rf1e
t2 82 0.; G- 'CT JSr : :
$J7GO ,
jiit: and one that Is I! beyond my poor powersof providing for a system of county dispensaries
HI /81 tiff calculatlon"The may be Introduced 'later on. been commended by the highest lludnes, Checks, Door Number, Stencils, Trunk and Locksmith Suppllc
r 15 7S ( 81 l 727t truth of the matter Is that, while authorities of the world. REPAIIUNO OF HUNS AND REVOLVERS A SPKCIALTY-
r in 71 (tSw 8.ISI: our income has been wonderfully in- Gun and Kevolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Kepm .1

17 (lill. tt.t\: I '74 Cleaned In the last few yearn our expense Nothing has as yet been seen of tho These. cts mean two important :tit' Main rt. Jacksonville. Fla..

i 18 76 .7 84 70 account ban, expanded at even a Anti-Saloon: League and Its crusade, things to all housekeepers : 1 __ _-.____ ___ --- -- --------------------, ----- -
Total rainfall for the week: 0.04 greater fllle; and, before they are through against certain patent: medicines whichare
Departure from normal rainfall for the with It our solons will have done some
popularly supposed to contain more 1l1n; SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
week: minus .01 inches Departure Clone figuring.! booze than drugs ; nor has the famous First : that Royal Baking
from normal rainfall since January I.
.
S constitutional amendment for a "wet
Powder Is healthful an4makes
minus 2.14lnches4 and dry" election throughout the state
r HAL. 1". IfAROiN Observer The United States:! senatorial question yet bobbed up serenely or otherwise wholesome food. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
when each House ,,
came up Tuesday several anti-liquor\ billn have however, Second : that Royal :Baking -
balloted) separately. At noon on tno dayfollowing been Introduced including the Carter : vVitrified

WHEN In his Masonic Lodge In / (Wednesday) the 'two House bill, prohibiting the shipment of liquor : Powder makes food
meet In joint anHembly III Heprelleutl\- good to taste. Sidewalk Brick
and
Into "dry" counties, Mr. Kllgore'i Paving and
London it In said King Edward ia live hail and then aid there ratified the measure requiring all packages of stim .....

"one of the boy." result of the primary: election by elect. ulants shipped to such counties to beara
Ing the lion. Jatnes I'. Tallaferro United i list of their contents. :Neither bill la ROYAL BAKING Offices foot ot Hogan Street Jacksnnvllle\ Florida. Telephone Sf.. j82

'nt, Slates senator The entire buiiloess likely to become a law; and as for the POWDERABSOLUTELY
I KEEP your yards and sidewalks did not occupy over 30 minutes. Under aforesaid constitutional amendment, the J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manaffer.VlAJVI .

'? free of weeds and rubbish, lie the old knockdown and drag-ont principle of local option Is too deeply -- -. -
system It.required 110) days. If the |primary rooted In }Florida be
lightly upset
and clean around)
I neat your prem system has done nothing easel it TJ ffi The Oldest Entabllshect. Orain and Seed House In the State.

i ises. _______ has, at lea t, removed the heavy bunion . PURE
from the Legislature. No man who has :
One of the really Important bills Is the .t .
Do NOT throw trash about youryarc.J Senatorial ever been through contemn one will\ of ever these waut old-time to live measure Introduced by SenatorStockton, I YltutttWm._...8... Sours: : Co.

c.' or upon the streets. Hum all\ through another': Besides obstructing and providing/ a Hoard of Educational

your rubbish or pfaco it in barrels''' the public business, and obscuring the Trustees, who are to handle the :State WEATHER REPORT.
with view order HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
schools a to bringing GRAIN
for the scavenger to remove .public Interests, these contests sometimes ,
out of chaos, and building up a homogenous "
seemed to almost put premium of the units By Rev Jag. If. White, observer for

on corruption and certainly left behind bitter scattered system promiscuously out from one end now of Weather Bureau, U. S, Government. Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers
OP. course nil our readers know thorn seed of dimension whoso

that the Florida Legislature ia in fruit still aMdea with us. The primary the State has already to the been other.favorably This admirablebill reported SUMMARY FOR MAR. 1)0.!) ;;. e 4Ml. 200 EastBay Street, ,JACKSONVILLE KLA.

session BO If you do not get what Innovation certainly paid for itself ID both houses The 15: trustees are to Highest temperature on the. 20th. S.1.0
when It tendered these exciting senatorial : Lowost" 1st. ;51.0;\ .
be apportioned equally among the three Catalogue Free. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and A. C. L. My.MeMurrav
you want, it may bo your own contests Impossible.As Congressional
fault S la to come from any county in which a A vera go mean for :21 I years . . . 67.!:I -- -- --

,, state school located. Highest 21 "inlri!>7. . 71.11 l
s was long ago pointed out, any adequate Lowest 21 "ID 1108\\ . 04,7Italurall

UNI>OI.'IITEDLY, the bill that has measure of forestry reform In in inches, . . , . . . 2.1)1))!) [ & Baker

i been introduced In the State Leg.islature *'lor Ida should come from those who Average fof 28 years . . . ... . 220
have found present or lack Frank Woolen and Wade Jones are -
our system Greatest 2S: 'In 1871\ . 7.71
for the construction of
a of system profitable, and it should be a still here-and the proposition to divide Least .,
28 In 1:0.114: . 0.20 401.413 Rust Hay Street, ; Jacksonville, FloridaMakers ,
; railroad by Mr. Henry M. Flagler matter of congratulation to all concerned lirevard county seems to have hunted Prevailing direction of wind. . . SK

from the main land of Florida tow that some of the better class of its hole. The East Coast extension bill Number of clear lays. . . . . 21 and Jobbers of-

Key West 1 is the most gigantic enterprise : turpentine men III'VIItot/ together In has been made a special order for the "fair . . . . , 5
and formulated a forestry :2<)th, and It Is understood that some of "
Jacksonville "
: cloudy . . . . . 5
of its kind
ever proposedin bill, which will in due time be presented the obstacles the way have been re- Vehicles and Material
clays with rain . , t II) Harness Carriage Wagon
the State. Sec A: of the bill asks McKachern moved.
to tho Legislature. H.[ .A days with thunder . 7 ,
that the Railroad Commission in who was here the other day, and who Is I.ATER-On Monday, Mr. Hudson Introduced Island! [Home, Merritt Island Kla.
t the matter of freight and prominently Identified with the turpentine a bill In the Semite to create, Saddlery Rubber Tires.
passen industry,says that this bill la to be Kit Lucle County and to provide for Its
ger rates take into considerationthe organization and This la JOn PRINTING of all kind done at
carefully gone over and mndtr as comprehensive government. First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
actual cost of constructing this an ]>oi>sibla before being a proposition' divide Urovnrd county this office at reaspoabla rates. Give

''" difficult piece of railroad buildingover put In.Talking. Mr. Hudson also Introduced a bill to ua a share of your work. - --- -

what is now deserted barren of forestry matters, ri'oal) punish the sale: Rift and exchange of Intoxicating

a yt t keys, and that the Uailroad, Commission the resolution fact that calling the house( upon recently the adopteda forestry Indiana. liquors with the' Seminole 10 ::EI"'I.Y Your: . .

T fix such rates for freight. committee to prepare and submit a bill \ FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHES

and passage as will not prevent the : dealing with the woods fires that every NEWS FROM VIRGINIA.Mr. R L
railroad from earning the interest i year sweep across the state leaving ruin d from a house that has been In business over thirty years,
I and desolation behind them. It Is a and has always had the reputation for LOW PRICES
on its bonded indebtedness, not exceeding of the times that J. J. Jacob, who has spent several -
highly significant sign
winters Tltuxvllle on the finest goods imported and Manufactured
5 In hunting and itching )
per cent per annum, and matters of such general Importanco ( _
r sinking fund not exceeding 3 should be brought up la n Florida Legislature writes us as follows!

i per) cent per annum, provided the at all, and public opinion should' Short Creek, W. Va., April 18, 1UOS.: r Hess c$ Slager

bonded indebtedness of the be kept close behind the members until Editor BURt Coast Advocate I II 14.i., 11 ,

corporation
shall have been
decisive action
Home have allowed time
does not exceed the actual taken. my to expire a few DIAMONDS:: WATCHES JEWELRY.
days but I hope the name Is not stricken 11 and 13 Main St.
cost of constructing, operating and S. -f e from the list of subscribers to the most J, &: :;. W. and A. C. L. WATCH INSPECTOR.

equipping the road. Florida should Former senator A. :8. !Mann has" been Interesting and welcome Pink Paper. 330 \V. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE.FLORIDA..

feel indebted to Mr. Flagler for bore for ReverM days lie Is organizinga Although I have, not been able to be with -_ -- -- --_- .- -
his great spirit of enterprise, in hoed Hoad.s meeting which U to )be you for the last two or more years In ; aa 3--E
I have been
person, certainly kept posted
called here for the 25th. Low railroad
I trying to turn the deserted
wastes through the medium of the AIIVOCATK
rates to bo secured and large Attendance .
are )
of: this coast into and of nil the movements of the tourists and .
prosperous should be the result This ENJOY A GOOD SMOKE r SEEDS TOIL: SPR.JN"G': :
populous sections. The building meeting i la likely to be of more than citizens of Titusvillo and the East Coast

l of this railroad will, undoubtedly usual Importance because of the attitude !- generally. without going too deep down In the
section of this well
Our State was
be a glowing tribute to Mr. Flag of the Oood Roads people upon the represented at Miami( in the persons of pocket. Purchase your Turnips-and Kuta Gagas.

s, ler, and of inestimable value'to the convict at this lease meeting system.a bill It will Is\ be expectedthat formulated Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson and family CIGARS I Onion Sets-Bermuda and Tear!. I.t

whole of Florida. providing for the abolition of the Mrs. Hacking, Mrs. W. L. Callan, Ex. Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Keans. .
lease system and tho employment of :Senator J. X. Camden and family and here, and you'll be able to smoko goods Seed Potatoes-for fall. No. 4 Rose and Triumph.

i the oo vic'ts-nr-on the public roads. As many.Florida others. to be of I twenty-live! per cent better quality at I Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods,.Etc I
v seems growing more
c LOUD BERESFORD. theMe prisoners must, of course, remain the name costa '

understate control, any such radical popular' and every It takes year.so California long to reach U so faraway It, Our stock consists of a line line of I L 1a I
departure will naturally tend to bringour :I... O.A.IKEX1.C: : >N". SO CI..sJX.a.n.: :: : ,
News even by the fastest trains, that many Imported domestic and Key West cigars
to hand under
cornea from 1'ensacola entire of roads state
system
114 East] Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
,
Florida, that r.onllllJlh Admiral Charles supervision. As the Federation of La- families prefer the Sunny South, anti and American English, Turkish and t ; 'JJ
lioiesford, (If the lirltlsh navy reached bor in this, state hits already declaredwar that can be reached In a few hours from Egyptian cigarettes. /

that city on :Saturday: lust, on u short on the) c nvlct lease system, and appointed Washington or Cincinnati. : 3 aa aoJoseph ---.
I
) visit and Is now the guest of Captain a legislative/ committee of threeto I am glad to see thatTltiiavillela forging Red Cross Pharmacy
with her nice I
ahead and
\\William. Cowles cottages, ,
on board the bitttle- come here for the purpose of handling
ship .Missouri In tho Larbor. Lord the matter, .a combination of the hope will soon have un up-to-date and TITUSVILLK:, FLORIDA.Alulmstino .
modern hotel with all the latest
lieiosfonl was given much nodal 1 atten two organlx.'itlfxis: would lion during. the order and Improvements. I cruised nu Indian --- f .
afternoon and evening if 1I1I.lelilith' prove strong River from. the head, to the lower end ,
and was the guest at number of recep enough to break up a system which few
lions would and did not find a better supply town .
i undertake to defend on principle. '
lie left than Tltusvllle. -When I speak of supplier '
on Monday on the
Whlpple for 'film torpedoboatclostroycr e a I don't mean' raeiely a pound of REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT
piwhere he ,
I found of and ball of Your
boarded tho houseboat nails sugar a .
Everglades
: owned The uniform text book advocates have -
twine, but everything a sportsman would Y
by Colonel Thompson, who recently Introduced a bill providing for the 308 Dyal-Upchurch Bldg.
proposed
11\D.ll\t need for hunting, fulling or Railing and .
bought
nnd who Jenson, on Indian Kr| r, departure from the present method of the beat (quality and for not much WallsAre .
will
Tampa tho also make the voyage: to of distributing school books. The more money than Jacksonville prices Jacksonville. .. Florida.
Cor.lt" on destroyer Lord licres- measure provide. for a system (of state Enclose please find $1.50\ to renew my you satisfied with tho appearance
lau filter.accompanied on the trip by hU and county text book commissions, andIs subscription to the EAST COAST ADVOCATE of your walls ? Do they come up to your

calculated to strike the casual obsorv.er for another :year. My: kindest regard. Ideas. Are you putting on coat after
as b.ldg a little too rich for Florida's" and all coat of sticky dirty wall
to yourself my }<'lorI MR. CATTO WINS. blood. It Is, however hardly necessary Yours very truly, sandwich with sour paste between ? you you want to sell a business,, *
to take up the question on Its merits, as" JOHN J, JACOH. ALAUASTINK la
clean hygienic and IF I you want a partner or f
it is not believed that the proposed In.
wholesome, and wore than that, K Is
want
nevatlon baa sufficient backing In thftLejlh.l"ture you more capital your business( In fact
On Saturday last, in Jacksonville, a reader ltd NOTE OF EXPLANATION. beautiful. .Tho roost artistic effects can you want anything In the real estate or business line
to all
adoption at
j verdict for tll-:!" damages wee, awarded be produced with ALAUASTINE. Address

4 William CaUo by Jury In the United probable. -- The ALA ASTIoIII Co., will furnl.h'i JOSEPH D. CHRISTIE, M above.
I Nates:' Curt, |In tho suit for \OOO: damages t v Georgians Fla., -'rrlttS. without expense to you, color schemes

f, for alleged .slander, brought by Mr.I'irrong's concurrent resolution Editor Eat Coast Adrorate: and harmonies for your rooms. If you - -

Jlr. Catto against Antonio Unlna i>t Pa- calling for an Investigation of some olllDoar.1 Dear Sir-In your Issue of the lath are building or remodeling, simply ask Special
latka. of Internal Improvement matters, instant there appeared over signature for color scheme, giving size, use and Agents 0- O. IBottos, Sole pa,entsJIUYLER'A

that In Usina his declaration said :\1 r. I'atto alleged! umy, If ever taken up In earnest preelp.. some lines written on the Oceanian of direction of light of rooms ewbro'. UerplcUto.CANDY.: The Kay-Betieemr C>.
In the presence of wit- hate a highly edifying discussion. The the tate terrible Banana lllver tragedy. Buy your ALABASTIXE In original I4.li ono DRUGS Surgical iDStronieni-
Bosses totlio : "Cntto Is the man who sec lire resolution has a special interest ot Its They were written without any thoughtof packages. Any decorator ran apply It, i, I Irene lllrmor, 'Ure. _ _ _ Van Horn's Ligatures; ,.

i Catto hOUl.ej"is the; also that Islna said: own, however from the fact that away their publication In the ADVOCATE or you can put It on yourself simply Inr.b"'b." >< p Hudnni.8 ;Me.hctnee. .".'J led 55 ......t 8mltb! .onUn TruM.
House man who set the Putnam I back In 1SSO Mr. Tirrong, who was then and given to Mrs. Baldwin, whose hue brush It on. It is a permanent, durable J..*.a surgical) Dnnwlrun.. Bay"Warehouses Silver Trn..
I tire and
i' on I -wish they would i a new member of the Senate: was the band was one of Its victims. Hence wall finish Outwears two walls done V..11.1': Co. Antitoxin. Abhntt A.llkaJoldal.Goudricb'l .>'
call on me to" prove It: Catto It the chairman of the special Senate, committee their appearance was a surprise to me, any other way Snruicml: Ptaffnrd Mprlnin W.t.r
Rubber llootU. w''al.An <
guilty party. HluoLIck MprtDK*
that then Investigated this very i though not a disagreeable one. And tMckromn flood*. ->0 to 26 South Laura ,V.ronicm Spring Ovate _
Mr., Catto Is a man of stewing qualities, matter and submitted an elaborate re- : now a word of correction. In the sixth ., -For Sale By- Crutches Tru_. "'.t Htden Springs wet -,
and la the proprietor of a hotel In Wash should Rapportcn. Splint! Huekhrad Uthl
port, which baa now been printed under line. "glaring heat" read "glow-
lugtou, 1) C., and one at N tI ant, Maas.I his present concurrent resolution. It Ing heat." JAS. H. WHITK. EAST COAST LUMBER SUPPLY CO Uectrlo Eectrlena""Y.: Heating'ad.. Jacksonville Florida.I W lilt rk.A Btnn Tnrord'sClgan'* Lltnla.r "


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.: KAST COAST. XE"\\TS. i. Mis. S. Jo'. Webb-entertained the Whist .1. Jo;. Bettler-was calling on Mr*. : JBJt: i: <:>6..

Club last Friday evening. Salmon on Tuesday
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. .i. H. LeTourneac and wife were call- Mr. II. II. Kldd was visiting Mrs.. II. I Corner"Bay and Julia' MS., JACKSONVILLE FLA.

. lug in Jensen, last Tuesday. B. Paxton on Tuesday.

: w tv Notes Contributed by Our Regular : Mrs F'" G. McMullen spent several Mis t'. D. Provost made several calls I WHOLESALE GROCERS

.. Corps of East Coax Govre.- pondenti=i. .. days, last week, visiting at White City. I ou lends i here recently. .

. Mr. II.V.. Richards came up from J. .1.' Dvmock and family have moved

i.......eeA.Nr ...............................T.T...T...... .TTT..A...................................e._ ._ .. ._ .. .. .. .. ._ ._ ._ Stuart with relatives on Monday, to spend the day Into the Merwlu house for the summer Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

Mrs. A. D. Baldwin was calling on

!1'.ruse send all communicatIons of our winter /guests coming this plac Mrs .'\. F. "','bb attended a bridge lends l in South Kocklndgu on Sunday

: tte n. WI publication' to "Editor, during the cold season, tour or five cottages whist' at Mrs.I K L>. Hoko's, last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.' II. Williams. visitedfiiendx ,' Local Agents for Indian Rivet & lake Worth Pineapple: Asssoclallon.t .
ad being tilled Mr.I afternoon
'fltllsV\1lf'\ Fla." and with test oftlin.ible by Tingrey alone, in the lower hammock on :Sunda : 'II,11I8 your fruit and vegetables. Our facilities for handling porUhables canno
LDVOVArx. : people. A. C. \Fisher, of A., C. Fisher A Co., }. I'
bu this maiket.WE ,
e'II1III'1111I:
to publltb The Rev Mlllidge:: Walker and :M rsnlkei Huston, was a pleasant visitor to this The Bond and nieces
Misses two
;- w" snot guarantee oGeoimana

,\ems that de! nut reach tllll omou before Km Gaul, of Melbourne with lilen.lH spent\ Sunday The tf'v.W't'Dt.ll'nwn I In. pliiou John List Miller week.has just returned from 1\ -'IIII.IY.: were guests of Mma..lvetIIon CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

TlrrstIl, s. hold services l In John's
s I"r.
loon on trip to tho Inlet uuil other points. 110 _. .
Episcopal l i | ] chinch on Young street' both Divoflalil has closed his Kocklcdg -- nun'
head wind
was detained several
days by
-- morning and! evening to full congre/ ollicc fir the summer, and gone; to his -
Melbourne.iptions gation" G. ItLmnarvlce-preeidentandcashier: home in Coooa.Mis sO'1.L Ocun.to :Point: :
of first National Hank of St. Augustine
The Mattlo II, Onpt Bob. H.> mmondownei. was welcome visitor In Eden last 'fues- Cbatlleld has gone to her euin-
'. WHB on HO.IUSI.HH. ways this met homo In :New Haven, Conn., and

-:- Slth. for the AUVOCATK, week, beingoterhsudfufthe sunimeneiison. day.Pi will HOOD make a trip to Italy.

:r papal i of the East Coast, will be ('III>t.. Sv"n1",11411I1"llve tor 'auk Uirauleau, who has been assisting 1o'iioe' Baker's" Ilsebont-housoiseoin- the (ho Insurance policy with1
the pink f his home in Kemmlin Win and returns in 'meton's store left for southern
iecetved III -io' Melbourne Postofflce. pleted, and his neighbor:: Lewis Herring, Houroo of much satisfaction It you area .
again In the early fall. 't'he Captain will points, anti his place has been filled' by
build before hU toturd. I Mr. A lIell. Is erecting a very good wharf, victim of the iiivngeHn IIf |IIro.| |It proves
ODE.-Real( Estate, Notary
BI CHARD: tV. 'ancer. Agent rur .Mlna I J. A. Swlnson has ml\'ellinto the new i friend whom you need\ one most--inn
Rig ,0' nnve> ltarttord The I. K. & I.. W. Fish and Ice Co, Will Leonard left on Thursday, after avery
Live msterol.unml"nand; Glebe and place he recently bought, and Is l"lsyIIIlklll Yn time of necessity Tnmjoolloniibla It nothing ob-
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are erecting lee successful of theI.
In.nrooP" t'nnpmle., lpech.1 attentlun au factory at t this poInt. season ai manager: Y
, FIn paid>W tae Itnreete or n o.re8/deut.. The plant will be an extensive one, IIa H. and L. W. If'ish Co.'s business lit many needed Improvements. err ? YYYr.Ida, ( '' about mho leading: of our

t there is a large demand for leo at thIs this place. J, < ;. Bennett and !sister! Miss Bennett .nlrl.I pmlidieaeverytiiirigiselearanti distinct.

Walker last Sun- point owing to the fishing. Industry who spend the winters In \Rock
Rev, Mitlldge spent There will be a ptonlo and easier egg;
which Is one of tho most Important on ledge/ aro now at theIr New York homn
Ja110 t Eau i Gailie.C hunt tomorrow (Saturday before K.uttei),
tho East Coast of KloiidJno. WE CAN PROTECT
lieaiijean, wife, son and dangh-; \ at lMon\\ood: for the Sunday scuoo A, 1 U, :Merwln, a prominent reslden I

lier'ipent JI last Sunday In Eau Gailie, It. blathers, of Tiople and EaiGailie children and sumo of their filemU.: of Millord Conn., wmsarecent visitor f

|gu;'t. of Mr and Mrs, Claude Edge. be utilized, Is putting. up a large building to Rev n, II. Jones held services In tho I to this place, to look iifttM'hls pioporty. c. /{T SUrn" you for any amount and all talma for

as ueneial IItOI e. The site Congregational church l.vst Sunday I Mrs ,\. 1). 1Itchklsl\n.lllttle daughter . .
I Scott made a trip In his chosen Is good the of nro paid without legal entangledamages -
Capt.Win / one, near plant
0101 nlnll. There was a Joolll1tteIJlIIIDoo. Anita, and Miss A. Brown let, fotheir p01/CY
[knock to KoHolind: lastTuesday taking the E. C. L. & S.: Co.'s yards and l sash moats, whonnver pitMiuiitod. Hotter takeout
Ho preached at Jensen in the evening. home at /Seymour Conn.1'hursday : '
,
I Inches and Miss Kmmahpangler
passengers, ))1'. and box factory Mr. Mathers will manage last u policy today I.ot'JlJt1 ve you full
: who will be guests of Mrs. the new business In person. Mrs.! lo'. 0, Williams and Miss Florence cth r) .
paitloulais.
i.C.Mooreduringtheir visit theie.Mr. . The house-boat Rochester with Robinson came in Wednesday's evening Miss O. M. Gallup! who has been the
R. and bar and C'apt / tmln. They had just returned from guest of Miss Mary I'. Root for tliel' past
anil, :Mrs. G. Lyon. Aaron Bennett at the wheel carried "
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a delightful month's outing lu Georgia. two mouths, returned nonia to (Neat :MO1ZCILN: clfi VCTIILTON
I of Waukegan 111. ,
Hutchlns aiaI
lira./ jolly party over to tho ocean bench 011 harm Mass -
I among! the ]late: arrivals at Hotel Carle- Sunday last. Among those ou board George Saunders und mother, of For logtup, llU Saturday FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS.

Itoa. This is their first visit to the New were Mnjor and Mrs. Jordan Mr. and Pierce, and George Saunders: of Klsslmme We have had some refreshing lain
I Carleton, where they find all the com- Mrs Volker, Mr. and bits Redstone, were week's end visitors to Mrs the past: week, whloh have itimlo spring T.1.'ta.sV":11.1o: : F"J.C>:J.-:1dn.: .

Itoruof an up-to-date house Mr. and l\[I'll. K. Spider and. u number ootheis. Millers and Mrs. N. Saunders, last week vegetables; : grow; luxuriantly, and gives

Mr.and Mrs. N. R. Tayntor and Mr. The party retained about 5\ p.m. The young people of this place had an assurance. ofa line crop of melons. .C I-III--Ce> > "

I CE. Tayntor who have IIpl'ntRome time informal dance nt J. II. I.eTouriieau's, Another bench l'nrtll'oc-utl.v mado

111 Hotel Carleton hays left for their Mis.-J. W. Dodge anil.! childien, last Monday evening They had a very two days' stay nt Ocean.' 'Ihopaily A Quick euro for Chills and fovor. LnCrlppo and all forms of
;Northern homes. As they have spent' pleasant time dancing for several hours
,
compiised the following\ : Mr. and Mrs
who have been the / Malarial Disorders Tho
spending winter with Quickest Cure Known.
I sinters la Melbourne, we hope and taking turns at the piano to furnish
many Mrs.\ H. U. Covert, Mr. and Mrs, Jove Neikirk,
|for their early return in the fall. left, /Sunday Lansing, for(mother their home of Mrs.at Dodge Claiks), the music. Mr. and Mrs Carpenter nnI1II'I4.nn ONE bottle will iionltlv ily stop any case of Chill and Fever, and then If taken,

]left for lloples.Mr. for a fow days im n tonlo It will provost return of !over. No oilier 1 liver niodiclao
Mimi Emma Mlday on Monday burg W. Va. They will stop for short Sheriff Drown warn around with n
[her home In Canton, Ohio, where the time In St. Augustine, Jacksonville and petition on Tuesday, against county \ and Mrs. A. J,. Aveilll left for or rnth utlon need the l hn taken stomuoli.an "Chil You Co"don't acts liavu on the liver, and! ItiloosTiot, gripe or
stake nick nt to wait null fever
oooln beforegiving
I best wishes of her many. Melbourne Washington, reaching home about tho division. We were surprised at tho number their summer homo in Madison WIs. you '
I her. :3Irs.:: and "Chll-co" consequently\ no Hme la lout, and tho ultra In etT ctM more .peel 1llv -
Wends fullow Mlday middle of May. of signatures he secured, as we hat this week
They were accompanied by
; than other modlolna. Two tllllMIConrul| of uChll.J,," taken :J hours
any
IMIu Matilda Miday will remain lu supposed all this end of the wa every
county Mr. A. and Mrs. ]Belle Poole who will
I)(Melbourne until! the weather gets warm. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. II. Glenson[ LansIng for division. until bodtlmo vvllll positively cure l.adilppo and Hail JoKN. ['l'll'II,2111'tll.
|erin the Xorth. and baby Catherine, left, Wednesday go to her home In ::Ipal't.II111.. We 10 / -Follow directions eloHvly and results will boar out what Is claimed. ) for Itar"Aak -
for a tel! d'iysf visit with relative The new hymnals, which were recent /grot to have such good neighbors leave your druggist to eider a fow bottles through JaoksonvUlu jobbers
Capt. John S. Sammis, of Brooklyn. and lends at :St. Augustine and Jack ly purchased for the church by the us. Tho ADVOCATK follows them It 1\11111011, IPC-OIIIIBO It ourvs. t

r"has bought; fiom Mr. RV.. Goode, sonville. Mis. Uleason and children will\! Lnili-js\ Aid, are very nice Indeed, and 1\1I ---- ------

I the property and house of Mrs. Dr. It. ; return via steamer City of Jacksonville, they have many Psalms and other bible Cheated Deulh.
IB.Brnwnon New Haven avenue. We Clyde St. Johns River Line, Mrs. Glea writings, it Is very nice for tho rospou Indianola XVAI.TON1 SEf.F-f.OCKING BLOCKS
I welcome Capt. Samnes as a neighbor 1 son's brother being engineer of the abovementioned slve leadings. Kidney trouble often ends fatally, but 1'atiMitud In all countila. Only tackle l
lud expect to see great Improvements steamer. by choosing the right medicine, E II, block of time klmt In tho world Kittod -
I on Ibis beautiful piece of property, situ- I Tbe Tea Club held a very pleasant Wolfe, of Bear (1 Irove, la.,cheated death I Mrs John Maloy; and daiiirhtor, Mlts\ with the AVuluin-Vlnton Roller

litedlntlie heart of Melbourne facing meeting/ nt Mtmi.If. K. KIcou's' Jensen, He says: : "Two years: ago I had kidney Nolllo, of ColiimbiiH, Ohio, left TuuNtlny irMoful.I In any place where
I Crane creek We hope Capt. Samaria A Daredevil KIde. last Wednesday afternoon. 1 he ladies trouble, which caused mo gioat pain, for their nur'lhern homo.Wo . holtitlng I h done. With those blocks-

I nay bring some of his many friends to Often ends In a sad accident. To heal were In their happiest vein, and had a sutToiing and anxiety, but I took Electric : one man ctn do the work of two.
(locate In this favored section. accidental Injuries, use Ducklen's Arnica most jolly, pleasant time. Mrs Riooi hitters, which' elfocted a complete hope to liuye/ pronchlng service Thousands[ sold in the noith. CaU
served delicious refreshments: sanil, cure. I have also found them of great next Sunday afternoon nt ,1 p. nt., l>y and BOO them In working order at thin
Salve. "A deep wound In foot
IXicco Mr.[ Joseph Williamson and wife of from an accident," writes! Tbeodor my wichos, tea and the best raised tlough benefit In general debility and nerve Rev ,V'. K:, 'Hull, of Kocklvdtfo. oill.o\ or Lime store of Jill I'rltohard *.
were In Melbourne Tuesday. Mr. nuts that ever were made, followed by trouble and them ) .
keep constantly >11 SOil
WillianiHon has shown his excellent Schuele, of Columbus, 0., "caused me strawberries and cream and pound cake hand, since, is I (find they havo noeijual Mr. A. A. (Muck, wife and war Ashley, TUimvllle.
great; pain. Physicians were helpless trrlvrd MIIII.la111n nu Imli-llnalo VIIDU-
judgment In choosing Melbourne for his A shower oame up which dampened the '' Red Cross I'hatinacy guarantees I
Florida homo. He and his good wife but Ducklen's Arnica Salve quickly ladies feathers and caused them todrar'>o them at BOu.Georgiana.. \\elioputliatanniitliu suet Mill
will spend the summer In New York healed It." Soothes and heals burns like themselves artistically\ In horse blanket aoon lestoie Mr. Muck to MM uitiial IfodgHon Uros.

ud return In the fall to their winter I magic. 2oo; at Ucd Cross Pharmacy.Fort'Pierce. on the homeward trip-perhaps they did< health

borne, "The Carleton/ Cottage," on the not look so pretty, but they kept dry. Mr. J. M. Field and wife of Daytona' EAUOAT.LIK( ] INDIAN IllVEIt!: FLA. '

Muff, where their Melbourne frIendswill ---- ---- -- who have bean visiting Mr. KleM's\ par .
be ready to give them a hearty onts for the !punt ten days, left Wednesday Marino[ Kallway.

welcome Lust Hope Vanished. lilies Beth Bruner spent a very pleasant for bealiioe/e. to make ready for 11 General Merchants and'Slilp C'baudlers. '

last Thursday Dr. Ilqughton took the Mr. and Mrs. Fogg, of :Miami, are When leading physicians said that afternoon with Miss Clemmlo Wittfelil. number of their ft lends from thin place ..Hpoclal Facilities,

following party as his guests, in Lie In town visiting Mr. and Mrs. 11. K. 'Y. It!. Smlthart, of I>ekln la., had Incurable who will bu starling/ for their northern I)
large houseboat Dentos, to Cocoa: Crooks.M. consumption his last hope vanIshed Mi and Mis Haven, their four children biomes the lust of tile week, for Hauling Out, Htoilng and. UepuMnf; ;

Mesdames I D. Paine, R. W. Goode, C. A. Stewart and family have moved ; but Or. King's; New Discovery fur and maid, left ou Filday for Clutlii Mrs. T. I.. Crawford took n boat bond Yachts and I-aunclie. r
H. Stewart, Wilder 1'Ibba1l9 Price the consumption, coughs and colds, kept nail
U. of Indlanolii lends over the river In Mmitlnit
Into of Mrs. In the the AnvooATB
cottages
one Hogg's
Mimes, Viola Woods, Susie Carter, KnuMliIay > him out of his grave. He says : "Tbi her handsome. hunch, "Florence,1, when writing I *
north end of town. I.. Bruner has
A. been 1\1 .
Matilda Mlday, Bessie Tay. gceat specific completely cured me, nui, working r.N"IWIIJ'II TueHilay. to bid good( by mid a smite - art
lor, Dr. I'ayne, the Messrs. Cumlng, Mrs. Will Luce, of Eden, was a pleasant saved' my life. /binco then, I have mimed, launch for a week, putting! InWilld..ws journey to her nloies. Misses Sullle, '

Herbert Finch, Richard Henley, A. U. visitor In town, Tuesday, shoppingat It for over ten years, and consider It n ate Hultlol and lIellloItS limy started for J. :L. 1MOBLEY: "

Taylor, Jr.. and Capt. J. 8. Samncs. our various stores marvelous throat and lung cuio." Stilct A. II. Carter, who has been cruising their (borne In Scranton, I'n. ,

The party: arrived at the Cocoa dock, deWed ly scientific cure for coughs, sore throat, with the Nlrodali, returned. home 01 ._-- TITUSvir.r.K, KJA.Conlrrfcts .
Indian River Camp, No. 5.::1(, W. O. W.. of
amner on with board.their trip, having eaten held their regular meeting Tuesday nia.; l Thursday week, for all kind[ of 1'atntlng, Kaf- i

Cocoa, and spent a They most had enJoyablo supper eventgtonie at- night Quite a number of the boys were Red Cross Pliai'macy. Trial bottle free Miss Look, who linn been stoppingwith Cocoa Beach.Fred Homlnlng, Staining/ "'llIllIhln/ll\o.II'IIP"I./
' out. M !l. l WjulriMttday Hanging at the r.iost reasonable price ,)ITooiulsteut ) >
with friends others t.heaUlel rll' Ilempateaui JAn nn .. ___ ,
at -- -- H
i, and the greater:( number at the There will be special children, services : fr-ler-; ; e-ia'i'isl; : Fisher has: a crow here! to catch with good workmanship, "rt-

Cocoa Opel'l\ House, where the Cocoaltes at St. Andrews church, Exeter Sunday Sharpest J. Brady lower, wife and daughter, fish lu the Itiinariii: liver Uooil luck to All Work the East Coast r'
1II.lled on
All the Melbourneites to a dance morning at 10 a. m., and 70:! p. m. Miss Hattie, moved to Itorkledgo Lust them
returned home on the midnight Services will be held by the rector. Wednesday for the
lain after summer Cocoa teach wan visited by n murr1lart1 Especially Mollclted
voting Dr. Jloughton a Mr. and Mrs. Simmons,' whoe.B recently -
Palace of hosts We alt The Uev. Campbell l Gray held services, their Mrs, Hempstead and daughter Miss [ from ('000,1, thin week, In the Let know what
hope to see married seem very happy at me you want and get my
ilimln Melbourne next winter. last Sunday morning and evening to large home at Frontenan. Adelado and! son, Master lwalll; left sloop Norma, Capt. I'ynn In rhargn. Tho estimate on It, I'lompt attention '
congregations. The church wan prettily on Monday for their homo In Evanston, arty; wan oompoitud of Mr. Mattlo given to all work (
decorated with palms for Palm Sunday.: Too bad for all our Northern visitorsto Illinois. Hchoonmakerand son, Charloy, and their -- --- --_. -- ,. .
Frightful SUffering Ueelvetl. have returned homo, and missed the friends Also a party from jeorglann
Monday evening the boys were royally
delightful weather we are now having Mrs. A, L. limner I\odl\tughtor\: Miss of J.zrn: I Mtinnoti wlfo and
,
Buffering composed ,
frightfully the entertained tho residence of Mr. and J. R. WALKER &
; from vlrn- CO.
Kotli with
spent a pleasant day Mrs
.ent Prisons of Bacllu8. Refreshment with mercury at GO degrees every night. laughter, Mrs.\ ; Jlemstoad and chlldrud. J.
" undigested! food C. G. Mrs. Ueo. songs Baldwin and d.luKliterlss\ Nina, on
Je.jraywn, of Lula, Miss., took Dr.. Kind and music were the order of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Neighbor, who 'Thursday of last week. Cocoa Ileaoh: Ilrevanl county, Florid, TITUSVILLE, FLA.

sdtw Lire" Pills, "with the result," he The one year old baby of Mr. and Mrs. occupied the 1inilantinelothis at Sharpes III noted for Its beautiful loontfon( its
ICh that I was cured. All stom- Gotten died last Sunday, after a short ; winter, have returned to their home The church social at Mrs. Hnndy's, on refreshing breezes, the never tiring U:
:heir aod| 1 bowel disorders give way to llness and was buried Monday after. In bomervllla X. J. They were m<"t Tuesday afternoon of last week, wan" n murmuring of the ocean wave, bring. 1 1e 1flfr '

Hal ionlt laxative pr pea'tles. 20o; at noon. The parents have the deepest charming people, and left many Iflends success: both socially and financially. log health and happlnusn( to the many ,, ,
Cross 1'
"liarmacy, guaranteed. sympathy of our people. >behind them here.J alnty! refreshments were nerved, and invalids who frequent Us shores. It

'.. Hallantlne writes that he had a quite| a number of useful and fancy articles boasts of one of the (finest stretches of ;
Miss Grace Paxton arrived Tuesday smooth and pleasant from Jacksonville candies, eta, were sold. I In all beach, vying even with JJuytona. Tha
Eau :
Gallie. evening/ from St. Augustine on a visit, to New York voyage, en route to his about 410 were taken, which will bi used leer roam ut large, undisturbed by ,
- for' a few days to her parents. She stop In making much-needed improvements(' hunters and many bear nod panthersra ,
In Homorvllle and but for Im.dnesll.
borne
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unit- I'. pod over from Monday until Tuesday afternoon ha would like 'o lake the Hast on the chute hidden In tie d.nMe growth of ham : : ,I'
HODO\S''IIYMICIAN!' ( AfP 81:8'f' with friends at :New Smyrna. mock land. The Banana river In ono of
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':: t Gallie. Florida steamer back to Indian Klver. The Lewis Parker snub his fair young brliloWUH I
The birthday social held at theeresbhence weather on Indian River I I. delightfulnow. In town on Monday, calling on Mr. the best duck and fishing /grounds on time v 1 ,

r.oJ J wave ',n Monday last. of Mrs F. C. Stetson, Tuesday and Mrs. Hlscock: and Mr.! and Mrs Cast Coast Very soon mauylldmermeo'afamilies
time was a great success. It was Iiighes. Lewis I la well known all : will locate here for thin unimer j
evening over
\flJMt Enl Miss Grace. Nichols, who, has been express Vo need' North oiA lies
o/
qtr, Pharmacy has a new a unique Idea-little boys were sent his 'ttlon of the 'and his many going/ > a perpetual -
tile quite country.
work of and ticket agent at Sharpes, went and the serf
our townsman E. breeze here, bathing
had to In a penny wish
Dmiler out and the owners put ; riends them many year of happiness.
north with Edward Southern and farnilrin 110 benetlclal given one nl/v* Ilfu.TMARRIED. Li
of their A considerable Ills died ,
for every year age. father, '1\1I.11. Pinker,
to time with
The .
Tuesday, spend some
f L :fo wa out on Monday last sum was realized for the Methodist her uncle In Connecticut She excellent I" fow months ago In Georgia, where lie -
gave
titan UL3rtspln' Miss Lucia Perry, Perry cburch. Refreshments were served service here; and the express had gone with time hope that a change of .
::: aDd j Klnltan< board. during the evening./ climate would benefit his failing health. .
nil li J"ds Hodgson on agent at Cocoa to whom she toroedoverler Our) Perfection Trv Irunk i
Ieaton. Berry's farewell sail for this books, says they are as neat as a newpin who known o-
Mr*. Wallace f'. Clement and daughter Mr. Edmund I). Young I III
Will Iu.tereft1811): and correct. Everybody will miss 111\11 the Celebrated Tray Trunk for hale
". -In I htw.: Mrs. Frederic Clement, and to many residents In the I'lne.ippln: see-
d Ina;8,:NkY y Who MlM Hopkins, of Every person should know that good her amt wish for a safe return. her daughter Miss Maude and Master lion of Itravard county, wall married to -.<:Idll\n.llle It- j

I'llbert occupied one of the health is impossible If the fclndeys are Mr Thompson, of Frontenac, says be Frederick P? and Master Roger: Wheeler Miss Florence !Bennett of 1'l.ilnlleM: N. .
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wk. T ttaSe" left for the North this deran ed. Foley' Kidney Cure will cure will build five or six new cottages on bis left, Wednesday: week for their home In J., on the l.ith: !Instant. The marriage I
* "')T9 estimable' l lad'Ss have made kidney and bladder disease In every form, and this summer, to rent. People are tutland, Vi. The };AIIIT COAST Al.vo- took place at the hone of the bildc's
r ad ife.rrl:B durIng their stay In Eaua and will build up and strengthen these feeling so good over missing/ the second GATE follow -them to each of their arents. We tender hearty. congratulations East Coast Meat Market

organs so they will perform their f UDClons freeze as' In 1W:5, they do not feel depressed hosne... :Mr. and Sirs. Waldo I'.C'lunient to the happy pair

LI:9 wall given:' at McMillan properly. :No danger of Drlltht'adlaeue for the loss of the oranges, or and daughter" who have been cruising ----#--- -
>li O. K. I DUREX
I.
. :o n \i'Tday, evening last In honor of or diabetes If Foley Kidney because there will be a short crop thIs 10 their palatial yacht Nirodab down as CLEVELAND RETURNS HOME Agent. o
. erIy' her home Cure 'a' taken In time. Sold:: by Ked year. No one Is neglecting/ his orange far a* Miami, left the yacht' at tbtt :!2 I

n l1e".a, ann. MlsoePerryrh has Croalll'harmaoy. Tltusy111e.TITUSVILLE'S grove; and some neglected /grove are place and returned to their homo In ce >'
hit'0" .:it, Bailie and on the whole many --------- being rebuilt The vegetable and po- New York, leaving Miami about April Ex-President Grover Cleveland, of \ a: : {
.t.t. TRAINS. tato crop was never better. Tth The ADVOCATE also I follows these Princeton, X. J. ; and Or Joseph I). v.a-: < :: .
r I. harming people to their home for another Bryant, of New York, who have been / r iy .
M
,, ':'t <, u hu 1Ieen to times of arrival year. having excellent flshlng at Stuart: In. maGL-: :

'it'D.. '1 'tI..' V and will leave this The following are the trains to and The Old JIlnckHitiltli Shop.All diem Hirer for about three week, have c;:)
ityk. of
and passenger
J Illy. i ona of the departure returned home. Qo.o
11 r' .i"'''' ";Mi >eri" ofthat Important from Titusvllle: WIlY U5E OLD STYLE JU.OCK I -

'J. Iptaln will return In the l1TlJaoI711D. kind of Blacksmltblog Wagon when you can buy the best Self-Lock, =S
hi,1fa1/ "?* Eu Game home, Craig Lo.,.. TUu8vUl.for MI'UDllUld. points al i J 10"3130 p DIlourmedlac. mioa7asOUra. I Work; tires shrank "without catting Ing Tackle" Block at nearly the tame I>ri&ylnif.Draylug .

wonderful davlce, quicker, cheaper and _. Coo"
Now In In the United -
price. use
.dean ' 'much better. Horse shoeing and /gun I or hauling of kill intlM promptly ev
' N'Jr'y., and Dfro. Pingrey. ot Lea,..' .tutermedla teapeters. ss I .1.14:tIII a m m epairlng. Do not be led .astray. Come State Army and Navy Department I attended to. Meets all trams Htove .cI::
4f1'!, : and Eau Gallle, Fla., and | p to the old ..hop.J. Examine them at PrI bard & Sons, or I wood for sale at alt times
It !' .A. !. ? "their northern home. for Sanford . 690am: I F.. II. IIoLTE-r. TltusTille. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
.. 1 t wi been the means of many Arrives" TltMVllto Tltu.vW from Sanford' U.aJ P aa D. Exxi, THu vilJ, Fla. the ADVOCATE office. Tltu vll1e.





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folds are easily opened when It la neeeiiHary I ti V ....
kernels to count ;
to inspect the .
the number which hove (germInated. "I .

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The Mrr )Notion AVIIh Sweet P...', .

J The crop was u complete; SUCCCWH,

while other growers In tills location did ? 1r! :: ;: .

I not succeed at all. \VUllo I have no rec- 7OR7 .
ord of tile quantity of the crop I will t., .

Better Fruits-Better Profits Ray that I lind a larger crop, better ." .

\ Better peaches tipple, pears and bloom of Instlnir quality than any other i
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berries are produced when Potash grower with tho sumo amount of '
liberally applied to the soil. To awards .
I ; full of choicest quality ground planteil. 1 hnd two I II -
insure a crop
use a fertilizer containing sot less I tho New Jersey Horticultural society I
11 than 10 per cent actualPotash for these same l bJOIUII lu Jute and. "

't. July at Orange/ N. J., find, I know that I .ff G .

I 'J. had It not been for the Inoculating of

i I the need I would not have/ been BO successful.

i .-\V. J. IJesse Newark. N. J.t'.fii L . . .
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Send for our practical book of Information! . .
i tiny r not idvenliing :pnmplileu: : boomitiK: Mnnnr.. ,
\ t :i:cl.l lertlliurii, t hut are luuxiiiutiv.\ i :
_II..... bMttlnslurUnatkliiv.(1FBMAN . f>uch Htron/j/ Manures: (lien tnnnnres) '

KALI WORKS are beat atliiptcd! when applied to nuy 1Jo/t tlo
N.w. Vork-'J 1'4..... 51..., -
r( tlante On Tent crops, mieli n.< aplnnch rabliaee( ,
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.i ti'1: W...t1.BroadBttuut. kale and, Styles chanl.( HoUK! highly

: nitrogenous, they Induce growth of .

leaf: They should, bu applied pur-'

Ingly to fruit crops, such as tomatoes WATCH THIS SPACE !

1- peppers and strawberries says an excban . Tri-Weekly Sailings .. .


it -TESTING SEED CORN. o.HUH BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.

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Stood the Teat 25 Years. ,
A I'rnellrnl 8t.i> Toward ICllmlnat.Intf Calling at Charleston, S. C., both'ways) -
The old original, OBOVE'H Tastelen s

JJy ALBERT C'haiio N. From IIITMJB.Station Avrlealtur Illinois Experiment Chill taking.Tonic.It Is Iron You and know quinine whet In yon.a tasteless are- The Finest Steamshfps'in the Coastwise Service The New F. E. C. R'y Timetable will np-

form. No cure no pay, hosts at the
When corn planting time nrrlvt'S thu Red Cross Pharmacy Tltunvllle, Fla. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

most serious question for corn grower Direct bervlce Between
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I 'I I Id that of securing' weed for their field Job 1'rliitliiff. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points pear in this space nc week.r .

which will 110 rortnln to grow. It may ,
seem like a heavy tlllt!$ to KTinlnatotlireo : Do not forget the fact that at the AD (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
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VOCATB oflice, Tltusville, we do job! SEMIWEEKLY BAILINGS .

If, or tour kernel of corn from every printing of all kinds. neatly cheaply land Southbound........ ............ .. ... ....... . ..... ... ... .......... ..from Lewln Wharf Bodtoi .,j ,.'
ear In u bushel, nn,1 yet one nmu eZJ>cdltiouAly. Letterheads, NotebeadaBillheads Northbound......... .. .... .. ........ ............from foot of Catherine Street Jacknonvllli '. ,. .

in ten hours' totnl ,Hunrun trot every Envelopes, Tags, and all other ..< ,.>

-ear of soil corn rl"llll.,1,1 to-|>l.Ut HX! > kinds Clyde St Johns River Line. '( '
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ty-BCVCII ncr''M. Kullll "'ncI:I 1.1I13/\ I \t SPRING SPRAYING. (Denary Line.) ,' /t.01'' .'..",' .' ..

', said. to have been used by John It. CHs --- BETWEEN JA'JKSONVILLK AND SANFORD. >' ,: .
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i ( by Mpcrctnry of the Ills u Com 3. !Not Let the Sun Jnr unit othoiSon Stopping: at Palatka Altar St. FranolH Henwford(Doljliid), and intermediate land.
'. 1Ire(>ClerN' aiMoclatloii, In tenting largo IPX 0. A It mil of You |DIC>on the at.Jutm'n Klver.CummoncInK .

i' juantltkn of seed C<)I'I1. Ono kernel By J. J. CARTON. Tu.....y, November IS, 11XM. :

If San Jose same IIIIH not yet 11I'nleolYOllr STEAMERS"CITY O F J JACKSONVILliI3"aii "'JU<:D'IC DellAIC V. .
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: neighborhood, trust In n kind Are appointed to nail an follows m Lave JaekNtovilladaily,except Ratunlayiat 8:30: p.m. ; . .
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\ s providence and nnike u move goal und Returning leave. Bmifortl daily,exo' "i>t tllI..II. ).,at tf:3U a. ui. .'

hard to keep it out. If It In already. So"tlo-"ouo,1 8CHEDULE .North-Bound Read . .. -
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there, use the same Measures, but In Beau down ..................... arrive 2111 a. at,. ,
[ ea ) m. .. ... .... .. .... ..... Jacksonville ... :' .
; ,, a more superlative degree If such a leave 8.\. p. m ............. . ...... ...I".latka.. ......... ................ L8a.e 8 CO p. m.I. . ,
I, thing there can ho. The Run: Jose ........ 3I0a.lU.p. ...... ......... .. .. Alttor ..... ....... ............ Iaave 4 3'p.w.
........ ........... Leave I: 00 p. w I
......,.... ........ . Francl. ..
scale,or louse, fur it N the latter, under Leave Leave t' 30 a. m.... .. .. ......... ..1'erMlurd ((1..I..nd)y.. ... .. .. ........... I..ave. 111I1 p. m.
tlie settle, that does tho mischief in a Arrive S 3Ue. m.... ............. ........ Sanford .. ... ......... ......Leave. 91111..m.
Arrive 10:00a.: m. .. ........................Enlet'l.tj.e......... ...... ............ Leave 1000 a. w. .
sort of little Jup In the .world of IlllIt'Ct -
pests. Many bigger ones there are Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.r. "

but few more *ticri>HMfuI. .Jacksonville. Fla. '. r r.;:'.: .
M.' ): \ JB., Aunt.(ion.Pass.Aga. 123 went Bay St. ,
How to Know the Scale. W. O.COOl'KH,Jr., Local Frt.Aft. JiM>k.nnvllle. O. P. I.OVK1.L, Superintendent JackaonTille. .r ,
Moot Hogan St..JackunnTlllfl. Fla.
,' The scale Is most easily recognized: A.O. H\OKRTY. O, n'l Eftufn 1"..... Ant. New York. CLYUB MILNR, Oen. Frt. Asrt.,New: York.
)' 1 1f 1y In midsummer, when It Imparts a IIOI.tor THKU. U. Etirtlt General Manager; WM. H CLVI>K A ()O.. General Agent
CbenabrouKt; Hulldinic, 19 State St.. Opposite Battery Park New York.
purplish tinge to the bark of the
C. II. WALTON. Agent, Tltu.ivllle Fla.Line.
trout lint It in tIf'n'pry firmly In -
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f trenched and dltllcult to light. Take amUroHcope -- -

to your apple peur peach .

und. plum tree now Just an soon IID Atlantic Coast . ... '- -. -
R'y. -
''- .- -. you can, etipei-lally It they look n bit -
y d rough or scurfy or MI'I'nll'11 In any way

BACK OF IRON UODS AND WIIIE. unthrifty hint HCIISOII. Southern Railway

should be taken from tho butt of the A trt when badly Infected with the The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets

oar, nt leant one from the middle and. Nan Jose scale presents n somewhatgrayish ( on sale Tuendays and Thursdays la November.
,
its if It were ((lntl' Four kernels I Ii It appearance
ono from the. tip. EFFECTIVE APRIL 10 IdOJt.
ashes but the ordinary observers TO THIS EAST. .. ,
i enough to tako from one ear for practical -
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work It properly. taken would hardly notice this or realize its Over Its own rails to Savannnb:\ Charleston Richmond/ and Washington, thence Tralnl East. No.81 I No 20 NORTH: AND< WEST. :S..1Lv.f..ok.oDvlll..S..Ry

Tbo tour kernel. from each ear must Hlgnltlcnnce lly carefully mrnpliiK time via the Pennsylvania Railroad. Two Vestibule .. ll'
} 7 Lv Ja aonville. Fla..... .I! I.) I:
In and It bark. with u knife blade little scales of u 20mm Sep .Or.. .. .... .. .. ..v..... lea
be placed a separate' group Lv .Jesup....... .. . ... .... " 11 Ma 10411p Lv Jesup ".
various sizes may be found beneath TO TIIK< \VI3ST. .. .. 1 Sip 12 lea Arl\lacon.O.. ....... ......... . ".. .. .0'1r '
la bent!! that tho ,group be marked or R. .v ..... .. ... " 61Kla AratPanta' ,tta. .. ........ .... .. ",
The Mobile & Ohio R. .. . .. 61IIp 'j..
which tbe soft jcllyllke orange! Louisville & Na hvlllo via Montgomery. Coiumbiu "
are riLe . .
numbered to correspond with the num. .... .. .... .... .. 10MIna\ ArK.'e.ua..... .. . 8
It (2lierlotle. .. -!
.... . . .. :
... .
1 ber of tile our from which the kernels colored Insects. ArUreenh..ro... .......: l.1/1t1lL: / l:1llp: ArtmaltonI .. . ... .. . H!'
Io With ItfSpriiylnc TO TUB EAST< VIA. STKAMSIIIl. AI' V..oville. ........ .. .... " x: cia 22"p Ar Chattannogn Tenn. \I' 5TRlolunon'1.
thin It U What KhiiUV (I !:
11 For
were taken. plan In ueces- in lute wittier or early Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Philadelphia. Bos .... ... ..... .. .. 9 aPq p:.! At AtUttcinnatltl.Leaingtmt; ::::::::::::":': '' Y"Ar "I
that tho be placed regular
nary ears and Baltimore. Via Savaanali > tYno4bargarlutte.vni.; .... ... ... :: a a 4 Yap CIsc nnat 0....... ....... IlIg Four 11Ar /'
York Washington L.
Is the New .. .
order us the' kernel are removed from spring before the bud open accepted ton. Via Norfolk :Steamer to Balttmore (' ...... .. .. 60'=a 6101' ArCbltl..jt..III.. ... .... ...... ..... 111Ar
for
Merchants' and Mtnern' Transporttalon Company .. ....... " 04rua
notation and .. tlllflp
them. A Rood device for arranging the remedy. Parlous meused W..ahll1lton. .. ,. -- .Inr. Ma;;:1Ar i iuweetPhdadclphln
.... II 311a It 21p! Lv Cincinnati. 0..a ',
salt unit sulphur t aud Philadelphia. ialtunore .. .. ..... ....... .. : "-
oars In regular/< order la shown lu the !, but the boiled lime ,. .. ... I4ap :IMp Arblcajto.ll1.; -
w mixture U perhaps still the cheapest Ir New York. ..: ..... " 4 tap 630a IV: i incinuatu............ .Clf.e D Ba'Yo. 1
first cut. TO KI3V< AVKST<: AND HAVANA. - ArChicago,Ill.. .... ............Mllllun _2
!; One of the quickest and most eonveulout und safest for the tree. M-"Sew York aDd Florida E..pre..e.. i v I ncinnatl I I, 0.... ....... ....C H '!I:.D A hi,
t i devices for making Rermlnn- Owluir to the trouble of preparing' : Via Peninsular: Occidental Sfeamnliip Company. )ally Pullman Drawlllg it otu Sheplng Cur fort ArToledo...............,.... .. .I
that wiiMh however the HI'neVIN.. Y.) Tam"lLaoIJack.uovlll..tortewYork. AI' ....."olt.Ilcll.! ..... ........ 1' M
used ProfeHSoc
tlon tents la that first by "' '
Made Jacksonville forair Points No.3e-"wa.hingtou and Flnrtrla Llmlte Lv ('. clnn tl. O....... ...... .l'e lies 1 pS',
.
Jolt at tho Ueueva station lu New station devised. n self boiling mixturethat : Connection HOOID Sleeping Car.
Dally Pullman Or..lnl Ar Pittsburg 1'.......... ........ U 5.\1:
York. This apparatus consists of a has met with mucli fuvor. The Jk.onville, toNe.. York. ..:::-(:IOCInn5L 0......... ... .IIIIC Foitt.. 931'''
follows Lime 31)) pounds. < TICKETS ( 0 .. ........ Sl.
water tight box across which are extended formula la nx : ; MILKAOK LAND OF THE SKY" I No. 30 Ar Irv.lsad .: :
"TilE
cauallc sodai miles of the Tbrough Lv Lea In.t..... liy. ., .. ..., Shy Ia'v '
folds of canton Uauncl. Tlu>ne> sulphur 1.:; pouiuls( ; mileage tickets Rood over 13,000 among principal e I I'''
Interchangeable( eta .... .. ..:....80. Ry 7 lilli' Ar l.oUulvllle, K. ...... : "
r folds. are suspended from wires and pounds; wntor. fid gallons., railroads tIll southern states, are on saW by the principal agents. LV.I..ck"o"vU'J Savannah ua......... ..... .... : : 1:1: tea Ae St._Louie_ Mo..r'. ,
can be removed to( dry when not In The sulphur In made Into a thin For reservations\ and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, ArCol..mhla.S.C.. . ....... ........ .". Baia( Areonl.ton-AI..... ... ,... .... ". 9''
....... ..... . .. . . ..... .. II a
II1f1P..r
und AI' Ahevitle >N. C. Birminghsm. Ala. t
uso. Tho box west be fllletl to the paste with lialii'.r! water poure.1 tANK: O. BOY 1.STON. DIRt. Pass. Altt. W. 1). STARK, Tra'. Pass Agt. Ar Hot prlng_, S. C...,...... . ... " !x8lp ArMeinphielenn...... ,... .. ..Friecentr .. .
depth of about an Inch with water BO over and well ill-iti'llmltsl through th> iW: West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Knoxville.Teun... ... .. ........ " ii fop Ar Kan.wH: t'.M".............. 9Ar it
that the folds of canton flannel will lime Adil'tio.'! II w:.tor In ued l at needed II. M. EMERSON: Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Oenl.| Pass. Agent. L.ntlsvtlie. .. .. ........... ....'u: :: M Ilfta MeiuphlsT.nn., .......... ... . 8 ;a:
.
.. ...... .
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... 4Mp NTIrCinelnmtti.O
trSt.l.onir Ark. ... ............ .....
bang down enough to touch the water to keep tin \lliio-. k te. As MOIII: in th? ---- --- --..- ------ ,
and thus be moistened by capillarity. rather stl.T p:4: : --------------- Nat15-"ThoFlorldaLlmited" Dalb.sadPall
--'- .
No 8B-D..II Pullman Drawing: Room and ... I
Th box. should be about 12 by 21 Inch limo In tiliike.l! t'i, f :1) irnownt'of e.ra'- > I> : Pleping Car between Jacksonville and man"eatlb..le Sleeping tram fare, through J..kaoovllle. day to Cluelnnall.

<('It and. 4 or C Inches deep It way lw lie\ soda( I Is iui.' .1 .n. "t.I'II'.llIntJI li.> SE.A.BC: :InelDtt. No.lJ-.Uman: DrawlDg n..mn fllet'plnlf r.
made of wood gnlvnnlzed Iron tin or lag ceasofl i.. >xi I Ji w iti"' Is tll.... hetwen Ja'kAoovllle, Binnlughum I'lipb', '

copper, mid. the wires can be cut from poured In to unto liity: ; gallon uf tL..' ,AIR LINE RAILWAY. e Excellent Dlning I Cur Service and KansasClry.ARRIVALS _

ordinary. smooth galvanized fence wire. wash.
AT JACKSONVILLE.From .
FOK
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When kernels of com uro to lie tested . -
PINES RICHMOND? York, etc No.20, and Florida Limited"From OOulU
this germinating apparatus they are SAVATS'NAII, COLUMBIA, CAMDRX, SOUTHERN New Washington "Wanhlngton
In New York,Washington, eto-No.33:: ,"Wanhlngton and Florida Expreu" : *1I\'"
YEW YORK
removed. from the ears placed betweenthe If a Cow gave WASIIIKOTOX, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA From Cincinnati Anheilllo etc-:No 29, "Washington and Florida Limited".. 9 I.m

olds In regular order and the folds Trains Dally . From Chicago Cincinnati Atlanta,etc.-No. H."Florida. Limited".. .. ..... .. "a"5T.
closed tO l'thl'r. The groups of kernels . Three Elegant .

from the separata ears may bo num. Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. -
I Ut. Paee.
Buttermankind CJ. XVCJSISI: Agt.,
I Seaboard Florida Limited. .
108 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

e ._
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would have to MODERN PULLMAN EQUIl' IENT. n f
E!. H. IIA ItDW1CK.1'.T. 1\(., Washington, D. C.T.. U.TA YLOE. Q.V.A, Washington
solid stibuled
invent milk. Milk Is Na- Th} :SE.\nOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a train composed BROOKS MUIUIAN, A. O. P. Av Atlanta. Ga.
> Car Double Drawing Hoom.Ieepe1'lt ,
exclusively of. New Pullman Equipment
l i turo's emulsionbutterput Stateroom and Observation Cars operating between jt. Augustine and . - - .
1' 1 III I Ii In shape for diges- Jacksonville to New YOlk, via Washington leaving .St. Augustine 12:10 p. m. and

tion. Cod liver oil is extremely Jacksonville 1 ::!O p. in., dally. Including Sundays.

nourishing, butit ONLY LIN E Operating Dally Through SleepereJackaonvilreto. New Orleans. Mallory Lines

has to be emulsified For full Information and Seaboard sleeper ,reservations or writeA. call on any Agent

before we can digest it. MA.CDONELL: <: Asst. Oen. I'rse. Act. S. C. BOTLSTON, Pass. Agt.JACKSONVILLE. .

FLORIDA.FOLEY'S SPECIAL PASSENGER"EXPRESSSTEAMSHIPS

i Scott's Emulsion 'U
-- BO YEARS Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on time coast.

rOLDSCi.oele. foLD. ore N. III EXPERIENCETRADC -XO OYERCROWDlXO-

combines the best oil
rotator OP A. OL'iltV.TESUn.. STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on the'

Lercd with slips of. pnpcr. This mini- I with the valuable hypo- t :IMPORTANT ghlps, a* no tickets will be sold to exceed the number of bertb-

t t Lt.'I'lnl11I not foe absolutely necessary: phosphites so that it is I or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers Indivervlce '. >I''

If proper> rare Is used to lave tin- I and does
easy to digest and attention.
? + group of kernels correspond to tbetOUI' HONEYANDTAR
i than the MARKSDcsicft "
of corn from which they came. I far more good
Y.
aCOPYRtnt4TS PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRID.
After the kernel-i ur,' put lu place, the loll alone could. That Ac.

fold lire d-uvii:' t Lather! at the to;>. makes Scott's Emulsionthe The original .:rn= :,oar akMrh.nd oinnattn, free dewrMknn wnnbop mat an (See Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Union)

the lid cloned the box the In..nf..n ..ntAM'... ramunlrA.'
upon : am\\ nyimrutttt a p.b'"nt
left ni.ill in.,. kerjieU getnilt most strengthening, ,LAXATIVE cough remedy. Bane tl.m..rletll'w trees Uld.t.nfldentl.t.e.nc7.fur.enm.gpetenta.Pntanta HANDBOOK onpuonutwruTfiWlM. LOWEST RATES TO :NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS :XOKTH,

t nl1t.'bl.'ll im I nitu til-! box tho kerr nourishing food medi- The genuine 115.9.without thnw.h ch-1-iVtu Mum tb A.Ua receive Including delighUnl DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the

r nets will not 1HU.II1 suffer far mo:... cine In the world. FOLEyeSIlONEYand TAR I* la Scientific Jlmericam FAMOUS "SEA ISL.. XDd."
ture during tho Vi: >iti:: of tlmo of one

test. ThU Is mm ..,' the ni1., ', nntii: >" of Send for free _mpla. .Yellow package. Refuse tnbstltatM, A hanilsnmrlr Illnirtnttmt ...111,.. Taieal ....,.t dr. Through tickets sold to all northern points. ,For full information regarding t'
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the Geneva ti-'te-, over the l Plato of Prepared only by Pear.tu r >tonrnirtntlu n nt ent.dNntno,(L tfolU Journal.bit ill n.w.d.viw.Term N a. racUjns offered by DO other line;. diagrams, resenratins, tickets, ,te., apply'

Baud where UK . tu-e! n\)' ueed No 4OO-41 SCOTT Pearl Jt BOWNE.Street Ch.mlsts New York poloy'l Company, Chlo co. MUNN & CO.3GI8rolltln,. New York ARTHUR W. PIE Passenger Agent 211 West Bay Sreet JaclsonilUe, FlorldJ I I.Lb.

rlugacU C.i. *.- , ijute'.ior., The lied Cross Pharmacy. MratMb udl_ at Jf St,WuBluttm.IX t.::. ,
SOo. and $1.00. All druggists .


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toAST COAST ADVOCATK.; APRIL 21. 1905.

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JACKSONVILLE I
>MUKDEN.( CITY OF DEATH I In front of or about [u.lh'l"nllll\; ST..1UIUsTlNU. :.
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WINDSOR HOTEL . tW"lItodd' .. conservatively noted battles estimated of the orient that
- nnd it Is

1 JACKSO VILLE'S FINEST AND FiARIDA'SLARGEST Several Wars Have Waged within and about the city during! that tyo i 6UIJDTI16KINI1
IWMbeen
AND BEST YEAR-KOUND HOTEL time morn than 5.000.000 men
About Manchuria's Capital. i engaged In.bloOlty struggles for

the control of territory nUll govern

-- ment. ; ; 5TREETS PLAZA .- C.T. AUGUS'rINE' FLORIDA

MANY! WARRIORS ANNIHILATED.: A "FIGHTING EDITOR" M..*t oontrul looittlon. In the city Strictly!' rrproof.; Misty tine ........." well
'
6 xrltlnir C..I' ..( toe Late Colonel
It IK tluiatril Five Million !Solllrr .
nlel II. Anthony.
D or.1)BHI'I'ZI: : :. HOUAI.I."I..A..
iggl 'olllhi Around Uulul..n: In That: a man who had been cowhlded.leiiten -- --
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nc Learnt Twrntjr feted Ntrugale.. shot full of holes, carved by

'la;s One 4>t lie, World'* IVulrMl, ll...llle Lou ir knives and "left fur doiid'1. should: (I.n SIGAIMiKEZK:,

rut inn I'ulntu Slate 11:....... Un,.."." lv..rn tlf at eighty: la bed was tho lute Colonel The Seaside Inn
)
GOOD ALL l'TA.
,
rnr2 rt ,
lltre tli Tint.Mukden I'anlel, Head Anthony's way of 11hMtntlnfC -
t ,, "life'a little Ironies" says)
the ancient ,1I111tul I of Minichiiria the yew York World. JIt now open for tho winter Henson, under! tho management! of the owner,
IIUUAc: K... MTKWAnT. Ihll.llltI,1t1 nud now. situated on Di jtonr.
now passed Into the control of Anthony, a brother of l1"aln.., was )Itonch, the h..loll. modem all Its nppolutinenia, wllh large, airy pleas.
.a the Japanese, was doscrlbod I".tu.- n K.insas> editor. He went to the state Ant rooms overlooking the ocean nail oipcwlto Kimtlug's Casino and 1'ier.

1 ct aI t /gust la this manner by American llfty years'" ago when it was one big Tho snif bathing Is unexcelled Terms moderate. '

F war fin-respondent says the CUioiijjo tight Ing Held. Once his paper, the UOKACK: b'. :STFAVAUT.: Owrrorand Manager:
Poet : I.ell""nworth Times, bitterly assaileda
local er. The men met out the
'Iur street pistol l drawn. Afterward peo .
".Hi: :;; illstlnct smells. Mukileu hue but -- - --------- .
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1)It''Ul0 from behind the trees and
0-H. it has been RusiiJuulzcd:: anal picked Anthony. Ills: 1ortn111 cut,

wherever possible the Russian has Introduced nnd as no one hall then d survived that
The .
DODGE & CULLENS OWNEUS AND PROPRIETORS.HOTEL clean streets, some kind of a wound-or so it was thought-the doctor Gables DAVTONA, 1'IOt.lN ,.\

sewerage system niul orderly .houses; mild: ho would die soon. The bit .
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!lionets Mukden[ In now known us thock'anoHt ter cold, of winter checked the flow of : KOU, Till: yl'ASOIti0d.15: -
town of the many where tho blood however and he was put to bet!.
DDVAL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lllthy Chinese have predominated In After a short sleep Anthony woke to Located on Volnsln Avenue.lona block from I'oHtotllce/ and two fwd! one-'

aRk the nurse what tlmo It was. "Six," half blocks from Itallroail.iStntlon. Five I view of the Halifax; Itlver,
thu 1111"t.
she replied. Sunny, Comfortable Kooins Single or Kn-mille!: Kleotrlo' Lights and llatlm
MnUdon. Uuowu us China's "snorei! ''
"Say. that's n !good Joke on 'Uoc, .
city," belongs to the province of Suing- chuckled toe editor. "Ho said I'd bo TA11LK UNEXCELLEDdtus.. N. MAtUKIKt1; [ .. I'rop.

Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- king, mid on tho him of railway running dead by :>::30." --- .

north it Is about half way between Duce, In 3.ST3; n rival editor, :Mr. Im- SI:A UK 1:1:7.1.:.

furnished Newclnvanjj;; and KuungcliiuiKtsu bry "shot Anthony up." lie throveon .
novated. Newly
throughout. Liberally conducted. . r. . i ---- - - --- --
which belongs to tho province of I the treatment During the war he Sl.thtlt FI.01ID.t..
:I I':lm.,:;
Ktrln. was knifed while trying to rescue a THE CLARENDON

Rates $2.50 per day and up. Now, aside! from the fact that Muk slnve, but lived. As mayor of Lenven- (Daytona Bench)

den holds the sacred toniln. of the un worth year ago! lie was n favorite1 OnlhnlwnulltulEnstCoast, 111) miles ROU th Jnoknonvllle. Capncltydoubboi
B. W. SPERUY, Proprietor. target! for the turbulent. Cowhldlngs by the addition. \ of ono hundred. now rooms, all connecting with private bath' and
dent Munohii, or "pure" dynasty' !It and beating with heavy riinei'* were In hot nnd cold, running/ water In each loom. Mtigiilllonnt Koyer (InoSun-pailor.'now:
-- has. other Interest hi that It has boon cidents.Anthony's. gloss front dliinlug-iixtin 100 feet In length,; facing the biouil Atlantisocean. Situated -

one of tho world's central luittlo points latent encounter was In dlreetlv on tbo blnlV overlooking tbo famous Automobile Race Uonrso. Western -

O'NEAL since 1.too( yours or morn before ISO! when he was seventy-six years. Union Telewnpli and hook luver's library lonateil III .Sun-pailor.; Finn Orchestra
H. N. lancing, Howling, Tennis. IttllaidM' and nnnieroini' otlior sports Npaolon
Christ. old. Kx-Shorlff:;:; Itond, n giant In stature UIU'M O. skillful mechanics: anti appnr.itns for olntritlng Kleotilo: Motor Vehicles.

Where Russia and Japan have been helped by another man, !got the Buy ticket. K. h:, O. )Ky. to Dnytona./ The Clniemlon! bums. iiirvt .all trnlna. Bag-

. HAS LEASED "'IIE. . contenting longer than a year race old editor down and beat: him iind gauge checked i illrecl from lintel. For l'I1IeK. booklet and further Information-

after race and nation lifter nation stamped upon him. He drew a revolver dluss.'I'ho. Cluiendon, Moabrrr/.e Kin.K. .

Lave hurled theiuselven! against each but tho friend saved loud by L. VOTTEIl 1'roprlotnr. c. it. KNAPPE:, Manager!

ARAGON HOTEL other for certainly ONO} years. Ulio knocking the weapon up. Anthony recovered. - ---- ...
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soil about Mululen the rouges/ of tUo "I'm going to die of disease

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Long White mountain, tho great or old age," he said. MI:I.IiOU1tN1':. .

stretches of gray plains have been Anthony vann't always blon.Il 1lrsty.
It Is open on the American plan. Rates $2.50 per day and upwards. soaked with tho blood of tens. of thousands An actor augered: by Kansas: criticism > ... .
The alterations and renovation of the hotel and it In New ]Hole! Carleton "aFinely -
many are completed
ofii relors. It Id n Golgotha! canto to his attic\ ono day to "lick the "a-HSXSf-0! !
now second to none in the Jloth cuisine ,
city. and service unsurpaaHod .
editor. He turned tho hone on tho visitor
In the South. Rooms with private bath, $j per day and upwards. place of bones-and tho wraiths of situated on a high built overlooking the INDIAN U1VK1C.
men who have gone to their dual Juiljjiiient and went back to bin desk. Once
In conquest or plunder. ho wns arrested for carrying/ a revolver Surf ..n.l.Llll milt water bathing./ Hunting and Flailing./ Hanltury

Dates In Chinese or Mongolian Ills- wrapped up in paper, The lethal plumbing, furnace.heat and Rim-light. Itches t fr: per day and up.

IESTMORELAND; HOTfLVest Bay and Cellar Streets.JACKSONVILLE tory are much mixed, but HO far as accuracy weapon turned out to bo a piece of Sprclnl: by tho week. 1'ilvato llaths..

FLA. can lie depended upon Mukden lend 1 pipe brat pistol shape, not a bad KOHEUT.SON .fe: FI IH1 USON'.
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American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened win a settlement long before ChrlHt defensive weapon.
wan born. Tho Prince of Polml had Curiously enough, Anthony wasn't a Hotel Bellevue, M MK.LHOUUNIC. : FI.OKU.A..
this season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water some poHHesslonti there about 710 li. C., good shot. Ho never killed any one
A healthy' winter resort.. on high pine land, over looking'Indian Hfvor. "
and, at tlmo Chinese ullt'Kl'iucu wan but u man mimed' Butterleu. Once a
one
Baths, Elevator eto. Five minutes from !any wharf or depot. All lUlcn. : tJ: anti \IIwnrII'lr day /ltt.tJl"II'I" poi week or soiison.' .
thrown off ntlrely uud a centralized gang of some( llfteen men opened Ire -Wilto fur i at us to- .

street oars pass, the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day government established with lire royal on 11Im, and ho emptied two six shooters MAliAM.K. M. CAMI'MKLL: It. >V, OAMPBELr,
residences, ouo of which rose at Muk- In their direction. "Upon my hon J\lIII1RKur. rroprtoter.

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. deu. Then came Kill tan from Ilulnn, or," ho-suld "I never touched, a man. --... .
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and ho established the LIuo dynasty. I concluded that bricks were much - -- - --

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE and Mukden, not ;yet a very notable more deadly weapons than pistols" ----- -IIITMOKI- ---; << ':, N. o. .

FLA. place, but already buttle tossed, panned

-On the American and European Plan- Into other liuudH. Afterward till ON THE BALTIC FLEET. Kenilworth Inn IllLTMOIUC) NY c,
Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant Jurcbln had their try und they established I

family home., Rates: American Plan t.OU: ()( and $2.Mj; European SUcta > tho Kin or golden dynasty and 1."loI..n..t Ilunalan Nqiinilroii'ii Trip r<:..A1AttIlKVII.IIC..
and up. All cars form Union Station: stop at the door. made Mukden\ a great trading post' lit the North Sr...

II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.The .f on the central highways. Some Incidents of tho Baltic sea OX-EN TIIUOUU1IOUT, TIIK YKAH.: !, A

beautifully located lllyerslde Hotel at Green Cove Springs, Is under the These highways extended. up to the fleet's voyage; In the north sea are do- I

same management boundaries of tho Ravage tribes on the scribed by a Cherbourg (France! ) correspondent KIKJAIl: II, MOO1UC 1'iopiletor.;
------ north-Into HeluiiKkianK and far clang .
. of the Manchester (England / t
tlio Amur rIYl'r-tt"ntlt'lJ) south tnemodern ) OuurJ..lln. as follows, : -

New Hotel Windle! JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Poking j to Hankow, to Canton "A Russian merchant hero has translated :jvinv voieic.
10 East Forsyth Street. and even Into India.. Prince* of I to me u letter which ho recently -- i

tho royal blood left Mukden In tbtue received from his: son, who Is u miblletitenunt \ -
Center of City cool first-class In all The best of the beginnings and made two
; airy looms; appointments. days on one of the nhlp of the Hotel

$2 to $2..>0 American plan LOUBO In the city. Open all the year. Europeanplan and three year pilgrimages to Indlu ]lialtic 1I't.ttl.'r various referencesto Marlborough
to learn strange; things! from wise men the extreme dl/n,ulty of getting aletter ,
\$1 per day one person. Free bus front trains and steamships, Nearall and to trndo in jewels and fn brlcl!. +
without the
posted scrutiny 1)road) way atllh and :'I7lli Streets New York.
car lines. Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH: Prop Fifteen hundred years after Christ young olUcer! u til r ins that the great majority
was. born Nauhachu-; had 111* chief sent of the crews, ollk-crs and, men 404)) ) Rooms. SOO! bath" rooms. Lighted. entirely: with clcctrio lights. A first. .
class, up-to-date btol. centrally located. Conducted on American anti European
of In the south of tho Long:
THE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. government alike, were Intoxicated and give thisas plans, and Is. managed! under the personal uporvMon of the HwnoneyTIurn -
SOUTHERN HOTEL White mountain about 100 mile runt
the reason for tho fleet) being,; so fur y Hotel Co. K:, M. 'I'IERNEY1: Manager.IT '
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Corner Bridge; and Day Sheets. ,
of Mukden. Mukden Itself; had thou
out of its proper' course down the North
EVERYTHING NEW EUROPEAN PLAN. risen to be one of the most Important lIell'e knew wo were out of our -- -- - -. t t!

First-clash in all Its appointments. Fire proof Brick liuildiog. trading points of tho north. It line coin-He and bud fears that wo should, YOU WANT A.
been L stated that its annual volume of alarm ..
ugrounJ somewhere. An
Rates : Mo. 75o. and $1. O. A. LIGHT, Manager run ,
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tho millions cud -
-- -- business rose Into was given that the admiral's liigshlp
that the wealth and fashion of tic bud done HO, and, in tile confusion which tE

THE EVERETT HOTEL JACKSO VILLE. J.'I.A. north congregated there to bargain followed three of the vessels of the

:!3j West nay t. play politics, loco and hate. rear squadron collided. In tho midstof .Building Lot !:
..
In 1010 Mukden saw a wonderful this confusion we came across what ,

Centrally Located. Thoroughly Repaired ,and Renovated. army for those days before* Its gates. I: we believed to bo n flotilla of torpedo

:Newly Furnished. European Plan.G. Ntirlmchu-; had taken to himself the 'boats and. an we had Instructions to o r u lot with HtJILDINO: READY FOIL OCCUPANCY t,
title of "heaven decreed' and, had dotlured -
craft WitCluh'Ily
Ore suspicious
II. MASON,. Proprietor. war on China An array of 20i,- upon trulred hay our guns and, sunk! sev LANp FOR AN ORANOK: OROVE:, i,

---- 000 wits sent against: him, bat, us the 1'11. J'lNKAITLK: I'LANTATION TRUCK GARDEN ,
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ST AUOUST1NI2. chrnnidPrs relined afterward' 'Here at Cherbourg [where the 1 letter : We probably have for sale just what you ore ,", / '
all returned to
"He slaughtered ; none
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fl'OlllVllirh I quote wan postedlthey ) Settlers are /Hocking In
of bow their end came.
say tell its Unit the vessels wo tired
Mukden was captured by him In 1 HOTEL l h'rrldfighting and a laughter,
ALCAZAR ST. AUGUSTINE, after may be, ua the confusion In our fleet JAS. E. AUOTJHTJNE.'I>
If wo may believe the statisticians, nothing I
w"s sr> groitt.Ve certainly got
that far exceeds what has recently occurred -
I In return l hut later on In the night FLORIDA
: there. All taken
prisoners were
tin-re wan a rapid exchange of shotibetween
beheaded. Llaoyaog walt ST.
promptly captured
our vessl'll1nl t another, and It
and made tho. (capital and, set .
was only when we recognized from a -
i iE- Now Open .;i enty other eltlca\ promptly[ surrendered small shell which came aboard but did
In I'W4'\ the Manchus, risen to great not explode, that the ammunition war Will :t\/.I:. McG-rif: I
marched: Into China and placedone
power Uiisfilan that we saw a mistake had
of their own on the throne of that I been made and that we bad been Bring :Paixitor: : : o.c..cL: Jo.porho.c.gor.: : :

JOS. government, and a Mnm-hti fins) .ruled 'upon ono u not her. Wo had severalmen t

P. GREAVES, Manager. there ever since. In the eighteenth cen- wount'ed. Can you Imagine amore DAYTONA, FLORIDA f

- tury Mukden rose to great commercial unfortunate affair? Hut It U not
- and political Importance!, but by the surprising Every one, from the admiral MMB B MM. MMMMMMMMMk .
time of the opening of the nineteenth downward! seeriw! so demoralized All kinds of 15 lit II and House raiding/ 1'llperhanltlnS, Etc., promptly attended ,.
__--- l'A'4. TIA. century through causes! largely due to and, without\ to at any place on the Eas Coast, A large stall of practical' men employed to *:do
------- -- heart or hope. this )
kind
the decay of the Mancbu dynasty the . of work. C J
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.The city declined In Importance, and when
Graham A Tliralcr Colflur
HOtel PALATE, FLORIDA. their FOlEYSIIONEYAlIDmrOIEY"SKIDNEYC1JR U Ur.
the Russians began active control I'ahluu. apparently has at last solved
of the community after the Chinese -
-Jfl pa ne e war of 1SO-4 they foundIt the DJo i>oted question of tho theaterh. *.. tHtianni cafe, tuff Af. .ptai*. Make Kidney and Oladdor Right t',
of
:t. nay toe farts. correspondent I'
Opposite Post Office and Offices of Ocklawaba and St. Sohni River Steamer a place! of squalor, filth awl diseaae.Thu the New York Ilernld. This year, so - -

Only Brick Hotel In theCIt Rates: $2 and $3.W per day. sacred tombs bad tarn preserved fur n" 1'orU It ,concern', will see the ..t

So Better Place in the City. Porters Meet all Trains and Uoats. but the city wa almost Isolated )but replrea{ by the spocUl coiffure de
from the world. 1U people ledinlat.l
thcitrc. I data uotlcetl n number of JOB PRINTING
careloHN, out of tourh with the w rM.Tbe .
theM aH etbcr charming novelties! In .
Proprietor.
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tile de la I'alx. Home consist
merclal and nllttary avppltaH.daceil faU'c\ i it
"", I'att ii coiffures In Jet or cold.HJastM < .
come mrxifrn mHbo of e...ti .
THE lion nnd proposed to _kit It MM k jewtloJ. Others are Imply Executed at the office of the
OFFICE xb.e of flowers tJ be placed uenr.ae.ae
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: brilliant and exclusive and
The most
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recherche reception and dance given bya -Judge Jones left here, yesterday,
1.' : :: We guarantee our'WATCHES ::t few of Eau Oallie's social leaders In to join his family In DeLand. -
honor of the Irresistibly Attractive beautiful FLA
j talented and accomplished\ daughter I -Tax Assessor P. A. McMillan\ of ? ,
r" I of Colonel and Mrs. W. II. Perry, ,Eau Oallie, was In town Wednesday C-( s r =
Miss Lucia Elizabeth, of Brazil, Intl.:, 1 v-
and Macatawa, Michigan. This charm- -Mr. Ed. W. Gruber was married on
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.. log young lady has been a most popular Wednesday evening to Mrs B. A. Brooke. ,OUR LEADERS.,,
.. cK guest; of our attractive little town for / /
the past three winters, and all look forward -Miss Lilly\ Sanders, of Cocoa, has
i Il r : 5 KK to her early return text fall. Mc b> en In town this week, visiting Mrs E. I Edwin Clapp Shoes,
Millan Hall was a blaze of light and W. 11al). v
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.. JEWKI.KHH IMPIKTISRRrtr.lth.m feminine beauty, magnlflcant; and expensive Crossett ShoeslManhattan
and Elgin 41 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla and the exquisitely illuminated -Will
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gowns correspondents oblige us by =
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1 WATCH KM.JE :: faces of the many beautiful f a ,
HtaniUril. Make -Our 100-page Catalogue mailed on request -J rivalled theravishing writing\ the names of people and places I \l
by
girls present were only l lye "ii E. & W Collars
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always In .too.. delicate as plainly as possible ? o' ,
I ****************************************************.1 worn In profusion beauty of at the the corsage.; Dancing roses- Headmaster E. Ben Carter, and Mr ,I 10 or Knox Hats

..- '-. -- ,-' .-. .. THE'HOS'PITAi.I began at U o'clock and the large and E. K. Barrett, of the F. E. C. Railway, rI i I Stetson Hats
I DIED AT spacious ball presented a most attractive I ; ( ,
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were guests of the Sembler cottage, yes.
night; with Its gorgeous: decorations.
I1' ; BARGAINS. Handsome men and beautiful maidens, terdll). And theQueen
aIN Our citizens were shocked to learn of all lost In the of the ravishingstrains
r the death of Master John Beaard Mo. of the orchestra ectasy as they /glided -!Mr.\ Geo. Huston and family, who I Quality Shoes

Colough, which. occurred at the Alicia gracefully; through the Intricacy of the have been spending the winter at Cocoa, 1 for the ladles
GASOLINE hospital St Augustine! on Tuesday dreamy waltz or a brilliant two step. were passengers on yesterday's train, en Ii (
night, of nrlo polionlngfollowing1 an O(> At 11 o'ctook a magnilloant: supper was route to Columbus, 0., where the ADVOCATE 1 .1
eratlon for stones In the bladder. served to twenty-six guests, I
: attractively :
MARINE ENGINES. Master John wan brought home from all standing at one time. After' many : follows I i Send In your order

Tampa on the 4th lust., and on Wednesday harp and witty. toasts, a few store oaken -Mr, J. B Ilockaday, the genial and 9 II any article you can thin
of (ant week It was thought; best to and delicious coffee the resumed .. I
guests: well kno. superintendent of the South j of In Gent's Furniahir(
send him to St. Augustine to have an which lasted until the wee /
for the operation performed. The operation dancing, ern Express: Company was In town yesterday I: I line. We have it, an
ji special prices
We are offering mall hours, when all departed, express
f was performed |Ion Friday last, and lie ing their pleasure and delight at being accompanied by his son and Mr uII \\\1\Ii guarantee same.
I next 80 days ont' seemed to be Improving, when on /Saturday
present at such a brilliant gathering of T. T. Weltch, route a3ent. Our line of GiiTo
w he started to grow worse, and I talented and accomplished
society.
F Brand
i a Ready-mad
: KNOX died an above stated. Among the ladles present were Mrs. CLUB RHYMES.The r., ,Ofe
The remains taken in charge by Clothing is the large
DKMOOY were O. 1". I'addlson, attired( In black silk, 01namented -
GRANT-FERRIS, Undertaker Flowers, who prepared It with diamonds, Mrs. Harry hofltemi of the Culture Club, and prettiest line eve
and REGAL I for bbrlal, and Undertaker Fro cher had Christian, white liberty silk, ornaments On Tueftduy. afternoon, shown In the city
charge after the arrival Titusville on Presented to the niemher. a literary Hub,
I and Mrs. C. W. Mc-
turquoise: peails, Around this Literary Hub,
Wednesday afternoon. Nab of Youngstown: Ohio, white lace Were nine .
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Marino: ;; The funeral services were held at the silk. diamonds And' at each Llttle-airy.'rake,
Methodist church, Tltusvllle, on Thursday over pink ornaments, A Mterary Khime Hid rke. >Eetrf v....a.ttrftf tVtttvtt.vt.v>Ft.tvtt..v.v. ..rf.tMuf.hM
Mrs. I. O. Gilbert, black silk and dja- : .
A flood or silence fllleii the .
at I D a. m., no,. A. D. Penney, oillelating. monde Mrs E I). white net room
; Taylor, And on the Hub It cat a spell.
Most Oozzo/plet
stock and make : _ :: : L1c..e: .
carry a large can The interment wan In the Tltusville !- over white silk with diamonds and Hut all the game. the Huh did move 4-

prompt deliveries. Write for prices, cemetery. pearls, Miss Perry, white mull, diamonds Alii.When I. well Sii.an that rung end tbe well.ball, **> EVER SHOWN IN
Master John McColough was only 10 and pearl ornaments Minn Anna Belle Hut then we cannot always tell.frorrontlnatlon *.
' ; year of age, and won a Mon of Mrs. F. McaAlester white )are with rubles and In the thief;of time DIAMONDS. 4t CUT GLASS,
::1 A. Loaley, who was with him when. the diamonds, Miss A. F. Hodgson, white And oilmen to some like the Ivy vine, SOLID HOLD JEWELRY :STERLING: SILVER TABLE-
Also- end When he left for the Hut the early bird catchee the worm.
came. hospital organdie over plow silk, ornaments turquoise And sometimes Ir'inake. him minimi. GOLD FILLED JEWELRY J WARE.
VAPORIZERS, be was In good; hoalth and spirits, ex- and pearls, Miss Bessie Hodgson: A bird la the hanil ia worth two on the bush, STERLING SILVER:! NOVELTIES SILVER PLATED WARE.
cept for lila trouble, and his many young If you cant nnd the bird Just get out and .
SPARK PLUGS white and The follow.
organdie pearls.
and : The way of the transgressor. to hard, [push, J: The finest line of Silver Toilet
,,1t DYNAMOS, friends, were shocked grieved to log gentlemen In conventional black, That Is why lout my"I''ard.l r Sterling Sets-and Novelties ever
bear of Ills! sudden death. Formed a splendid background, for the For all la not gold that Rlitten, shown In Tltusvllle.
MAGNETOS, And life 1'..no full of bitter :: SPECIAL ATTENTION
many brilliant and beautiful gowns of All ii well that ends. well. GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS.!
i AT COST The parents of the deceased wish. to the ladles. Mr. U. F. Paddlson Mr. This Is more than can tell. : G. L.
thank thone,through the columns of theADVOCATE henry[ Christian, .Mr.. J. Klngan Hodg As People stones In gls.s oftentimes houses break must boll.not throw... atone J .MANDAVILLE. Titusville, Fla.
:, who no kindly assisted them son, Mr. J. A. Gilbert, Mr. E. B. Taylor. All I le well that end well ****************************************************:
Tbe' Florida Motor Co. and furnished such beautiful flowers. Mr. Perry Reagan, of Grand Rapids, This Is more than can tell, .
Mich.\ Mr. Clay Chadwick, Mr.\ Lee Forth rythm of this rhyme -------- ------------- ----- -------- -
Dr. I Peek Mr. C. W. MoNabb. Is so very new In time .
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DAYTONA FLPRIDA. MASONS AND EASTERN STAR That the poots may advice EL.: ._ BRAY: &:, seO.
Leland
Youngstown; Ohl >, Mr. (While I Susan s bell I Is ringing.) ,
McMillan Mr. J. U. Clyde. Time Culture Club, Hub( ,and Nine, -DEALERS IN-
All tosaJllnmlown( f Rhine.
3:;.. L. J.WO"rLc"VV": On Tuesday, evening Friendship Chapter --.------ Wearing crown. of Ivy vine, GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTSWe
No. 11, Order of Eastern /Mar, held LADIES' AID SOCIETY.The dud never more appear In Khyiue.uwdloated ,
their usual bi-monthly' meeting In the to the Hosted of the Progressive. Culture handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agent/ for MAPES FERTILIZE
Chapter-roont, Indian River hotel, Tltusvllle. Ladles' Aid Society was delightfully ; Ulub, Kir*. H. R. Wilson We deal exclusively: In the above line of goods and. solicit the trade of all conumers.
The usual routine business being entertained by Airs. A. I). Penney Write us for prices on Grain and all\ Groceries, delivered at your station.
disposed of, and various.matters of In. at her home on Palm Street, Tttusvtlle, ILLNESS OF MR. JEFFERSON. :E. L., BRADY & DRO TITUSVILLE, FLA.
tereat dl oui ed, the Chapter cloned, to the Slli Instant. The Society was en-
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meet on the:2nd! of May. ADVOCATE: -- ------ -
tertained by Mrs. Adhemar Brady witha
Thousands of people la the United
representative noticed that the ladles select reading I entitled the Dorcas States the bulletins Ad :
IIIn are eagerly watching :N'EB:
were more in evidence on this occasion\ ,
'" Missionary Work, the rendering of same regarding his health. Mr. Jellerson has &. 02Dealer =
which shows they are taking a little being dono la a masterful way, and was been seriously\ during the past two
more Interest In their Order. much enjoyed by all present. The AD- In-
} weeks, and at his bedside are his wife
At the cloning of the above Chapternnd VOOATB representative noted that the and sons, Charles B. and Frank Jefferson STAPLE AND FANCY AND
the departure of the \ladles. the music was a delightful treat, and consisted ;; and Rrandaughteis, Marlon Jefferson GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, ,FRUIT
brethren of Indian River Lodge No. IN of vocal music Mrs.\ Fred A.
by and Mrs. C. Symons, ;; also Dr. R. B. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS
F. & A. M., met for tbo purpose of conferring Morgan and Miss Daisy Brady; and In. Potter, L>r. S. G. Worley, If UK Mabel TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
the second degree In Masonry striimental music by the Atlases Brady Blngham (trained nurse), and Mr. Carl
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'. Mr. O. A. !Stewart. There was a good and Laura Penney. Kettler, Mr. JetTerson'a secretary. -
attendance of members, and the candidate Next In order was a recitation by little Wednesday's report said the patientwas
proved himself an expert at goat; Miss\ Corrlne Walton who proved to be slightly; improved, and ate heartily Win R. Walker
Fine Liquors, Winos, Boers, riding. On Friday evening, May lth.! quite an artist In that line. There werea of soup and grapefruit; and yesterday's
Ales Stout Etc.By two candidates, will attend, 10 take their number of visitors whose presence added report says: Dealer
i Send me orders! 3rd degree I In Masonryand we understand enjoyment to the meeting.! : Mr. Jefferson continues to Improve, -- Inv-
't your the members of the Cocoa, New Smyrnaand Among those present were: Mrs. Albino and his condition la much better. lie St'ap 1o grid Fa.c..cy': O-xocoriec: : ,
TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. Daytona Lodges will be Invited to Brady(grandmother; of the hostess), feels better than In several. days. past;
be present, and attend the bnnquet, Mrs. F. A. Morgan, Mra. P. O. Walton, but till he Is not out of danger Fruits: oxi.d Vegetables,
which will follow. Miss Daisy Brady, Mrs. Wiu. M. Brown
Robbins & Graham Co. and_!"mother(HI!.. II'It.: Jones), Mrs. B. MRS ELLI :Sa7::: Grain: sIFeed
K. Wilson ami 1\1 n. Aanemar JJrady.: &.
CHURCH NOTICES. I Delicious refreshments were served lathe -Your Patronage: 'Soliclted-
(laoorpor.te&| ) truly characteristic style of the The remains of Mrs. J. L. Bellls, who TITUS VI LLE, FLORIDA.
Easter Evening (Holy Saturday), at St. died In Alicia
charming hostess, who was ably assisted recently hospital,St. Augustine -
PAID UP CAPITAL $:! OOO.OO ---------- -
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church Fort : Morning; Mrs.( Percy Walton. hare been shipped to the homeof
i This company own prayer at 8.30: a. m; Ante-Communion by The afternoon being delightfully spent, Mr. Bellis. In Berlin, WI I. Mr. Dellis TIT"US"V'Ix..LJi1: : : : : : x.rvnB.Y raidXIXJ:
.at U.-UO a. m,; First Vespers of Eater at7It0 the members dispersed, voting tbelr and son and daughter accompanied the
LaAN D S, :\ p. m.Eaater hostess a royal entertainer. body. Mr. and. Mrs. Bellls generally
\ Sunday at St. Andrews, Fort _. spent the winter at the Hotel FUza, FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORSE: ::
U the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. Pierce: Holy Communion at U a. m.; - Kockledge, and we bad pleasant call s

Lncle River; at New River and on Bay morning; prayer (children's service), 10a. CUBAN SANITARIO OPENED.The from them on Feb. 20th, when on their ...STABLES... =1 BUGGIES,
I' m.j; evening sermon, 7.IO:: p. mAt way to Rockledge where the late Mrs.
Biscayne Price to suit the times All Saints, WaveUnd-JenNen: Holy Cuban Sanitarlo referred to In Bellls had many friends, who will regretto ; BAGGAGE SURREY>

bend for Land List. Communion, with sermon, 1U.IO:: a. m. our last issue formally opened in Tampa learn of_her. death.
3 Tlilb\1 Eden last Sunday morn lug. It U called the ------ S: or'
1 At St. l aul' : : Evening TRANSFER, rte' TURXOU"f'i
} Offices at TltusvlMe nn.f de anda
Miami Fla. Sanitarlo Centro Astiirlano
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2:10: new
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prayer sermon, : p. m. Key to Florida Teachers' Kx-
Monday and Tuesday in Easter week, delegation of distinguished Cubans initiation KAUUNG ETC. .all kinda.J.1VS. ..
at St.Andrews, Fort Tierce: Holy Torn- and others of prominence were present.
NNN+1Nf1...N.... speeches were. delivered by Dr. -
munlon, 9 a. m. Friday, April 23lh; Eloquent '
From establishment
of uniform :
Osborn
system
O. II Altree (formerly a popular resident ,
: E. Vesey Hall I morning prayer and litany tl a mj; evenIng In 181H. You need the reviewIng .
730 of Tltusvllle), Iun4riega, 11. C. work: In TITUSVILLEIn rear of Bobbins' Law Office FLORIDA

19 4 Georgiana, Fla. $ prayer : pm. Macfarlane, Enrique Kernandes Quesed Write for June for examination. Widely used. -- - ---.- -__. _.____.__ __u_____ _
You are cordially Invited to be pre president of the Centro Asturlano. endorsement. Enclose ad.
Boat Builder. I sent at the services In Titusville Baptist Tbe ladies connected with the Sanitarlo with one dollar bill and nine cents postage INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY-
church on Sunday, April :2Jrd, at 11 a. held a reception, which brought ; at my risk: for postpaid copy. Al.
1 ONLY FIRST-CLASS | m. And 7JO: p. la. Special Easter music together a large! number of Ametlcan II. Foster, 20 Castle Hall, in West For- TITUSVILLE, FLA.
WOR K:. :
will be rendered. The Lord's Supperwill and Cuban residents. Among: those on syth St., Jacksonville FIL Special- Is
.* Write for Estimates. $ be held at the close of the morning the reception committee were Miss Questions In full, separate books, mailed prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity.:.-Sacked or loose. Special attend
service. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Llxzle Altree and Miss Jennie Altree I free with each copy ordered before June paid sacking for'Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
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