Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00448
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: April 27, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00448
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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topics; of General Interest. John It. Walker ..v; CO. Series T., Color I>inoii. At KlliieN\ Clothlntr and (Goutn will 1.10 l received for the erection The AtivocATK Is on file at all tLe

Don't do It-* Tho past two weeks two Hat Racks Furnishing nel>l\rtment. I of a dwelling house at the County. Poor. bust hotels In New York city.

I Reading notice ads. are ten cents Buy anything: In dry good, millinery, have been given away, and. now the Black Cecellan: Coats, handsomely, Farm Plans and spxcltlratlonn can be The Alcn4 Casino, M. Augustine, I

o on this page.! laces, ornbrokleiloK, etc, until you see third Is leady, and I the bolder of :311 will tailored, worth *:5,(K) for l.t.O.: : I seen at the Walker, Grocery Store has closed for the season' and ManagerA.

THE (ADVOCATE, ours. call at our score and get their beautiful Shirts-Negligee In the famous Lion No bids received, after first SaturdayIn ]M. Taylor will probably", go north for

1)0 per annum. In advance.! Don't do It- present, Brand, new and up-to-ditte" pattern, :Play the summer.
l-\ "six months, Be blinded! by a few (seemingly cheap) Series lied, No. 1741, the winner, $1.00( eacL I The Board reserves the light to reject'

100 per an. to foreign countries. catch quotations look around. Horace Pitts. Hannn[ Shoes In the up-to-date styles any an.lall bl.is. The Rod Lion Inn, at Stookbridgn) / ,

Jjn you subscribe for the ADVoby Don't do It- Series Green No. 283, the winner, J. In Vlci Kid, Patent Leather and Tan, In K. A. C'ONKMNO: Plane, In now open, ami Heaton Hall
the year It does not cost you Let some one else dominate you and W. Kirby. Low Qnartera nand High: Shoos. $.YM( :1:1-5:):! Chairman lid. Co.Com. will open late In June Mr. A. T Tread- .

ants per week postage included. dictate where, shall way In )proprietor of both these hotels ,.
spend SeileH Lemon
you you the holder of :111 Is the your choice. ,

I date of expiration printed upon money. This Inil free country; exercise winner If presented within fifteen days, Men'aVhlle Oxfords, In I the Blucher -Mrs. I n. A. Carter, who spends her Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine' which .f

Jreipt liper? or for wrapper your money.every week.No needto This your rights/: -see us any way. if not in then, 17 is the winner, in ten style, large eyelets and( wide. Inoes. winters at Daytona, hits gone to Atlantic has been ably nutnagnil, by Mr. Joseph

Don't doltTake 47 not In then City, N. J", for the uminor. I.. fioiivcs for has closed '
Rend receipt for subscription days 1 18110 will he declared: Special |1.4i> many years,

lite gives( It to you.Jr. no body's word, but use your the winner. Mall orders. always receive our prompt -Capt Geo. G. Gleason, of :St. Augustine for the 'ons,'n. Asiinutl, Mr. G reave* r., <

II. M Lockhart Rockledge's own judgement, If we cannot convince We 'are giving away to our customers and careful attention. was In Titusville, a short while, will manage. the Oriental hotel, nt Manhattan '

Dent storekeeper was in Titusville you that we can save you money, we w ill dot-ens of these handsome Metal Hat JULIUS KMNK, yesterday, en route to Orhm.!". )Bunch, N, Y., and Chief Clerk

Indny. "pass." Racks. Se our display ad. on page 8. Titusville, Fla. LoomU will be with him '
Don't do it- ,
Mall orders "
a specialty. of White Rose Ceylon Ten, at Tlie attention of our readers all along; ;
] IRISH POTATOES, CABBAGE Send away for what you can get: In PKNNBY; & KKANMMO, -Attorney ieo. 1\(. Robbins left for '
Wagoner & Go's. the East Coast-and. In fact .nil over the '
Lee, String Deans and Celery, at town, we want your' patronage and will The Up-to-date Clot bleis, Orlando, yesterday to attend to some ; '
state-Is drawn to the ads of Hotel "' 'y'yWindsor
toner A Co's.litusvllle's get J it for you. Men's and Boys' Furnishers, law business Kdltor VIckers, of the Times-Herald r '
The Westmoreland and The '
school will close Do do It- Titusville, Flit. was a pleasant caller at this otllco yes j
public -Mr. George F. I'addlson and bright ;Travelers Jacksonville, on our 7th page. ". '1
Let show how well tordity. He came from TitUtka to attend
lie nejkson next Friday. Then there jis you equipped little daughter, Gertrude, of Eau Gallle, i These hotels are still open and enter- :, .
do look. we are to take care of your wants. -Mrs. B. R. Wilson and daughter, the Methodist Confeienoe.Mr. :?' '
will have something to ; spent Sunday with Mr. and !Mrs. Geo.M. taming/ large number of guests ,t
Do do1.\ Helen, left, Tuesday, for a visit of several ,,
their children. Bobbins, Tltusvllle.Mrs. 0. to'. Duren was called to the -
Frank T Cullens of the ,
Mr. ,
Remember, a .windmill, plow, harrow, weeks with Mrs. J, N. Feaster at Miami. one proprietors t
bedside of sick sister living In Columbia .
ears. II. Is!. Flagler' J. E. IngraJr. : hardware Walker F. C. ,Stetson, of Fort Pierce, a of Hotel Windsor, Jacksonville ' '
light or ship chandlery, -Mr. and Mrs. E. I., Stevens formerly county on Tuesday, During Mr. ,
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hits the lot whore j (
J. R. Parrott and 1' V. Porter Hardware Co has Ir has been In town this "week, visiting !Ml, purchased building
of Daytona, are now residing In the Duron's absence Mr. T. A. Feaster of w
on train the St. James hotel stood In Jacksonville
south yesterday a special Do do it- I and Mrs. Chas. T, !McCoy Mrs. Stetson '.. '
Ijiect the work on the extension.: Nelson cottage, at the south end of i Is Mrs. McCoy's sister West Palm Beach, Is In charge of the before the lire of May[ :JI, 1001. It :t' T,' t tIII"
Place furniture order with
your us. Washington avenue, Tliusvllle.Mr. Duren Meat Markit. '
beautiful site for a hotel, and some MAN ':
Jr.r and Mrs. J. B. Ross, who have Do. dot\ --'[lr. and Mrs. IIolTman Allan, who f
Jerome Twichell, who has been -:Mr.[ F. W. Yates an.lllttl., son, also people[ say Mr. Ciillons will have a palailal -:, ,
( and Wm. M.lie shoes hOle and! the best. "
the guests of Mr. Mrs Buy your net spent the winter at Rorkledge and St. '
spending the winter on his pineapple two servants, who spent the winter at hotel erected on the lot.. The lot :.*t' I "
In South Tltusvllle, for severaleft Do, do It- Augustine are now at Hotel Kanawha, j"j
plantation near bewnlls Point, has returned Hobe Sound, have returned to Rochester\ was sold l to Mr. Culleus for tWOOIlCl.( / ) ,f#
| Tuesday, for the home of their Buy your chlldien's, youth's andmen's Charleston West Virginia.The "
to bill home in Kansas Mo. N. Y. Mrs.\ Yates. has been In Washington \ '
law and daughter, Mr. and Hud- clothing here. City, The Brook house Enterprise, la closed l \ fml. *J

|right, of Mount Vernon, N. T.Ir. Do, do It- -Thme will be a meeting of the Wo ballot for the primary election, this week, visiting: friends. They after a successful season, and the owners, ,1; I .II .o
as arranged: by the Democratic Executive had time Indian \'". ,
a glorious yachting on
Try our grocery store, and get our man's Auxiliary at the residence of Mrs.C. Mr. and Mrs A. S. Dentson, and their ..: {
Wm. M. Brown returned here, Commute, will appear' In our next River and Lake Worth this winter. '
;prices on your whole bill. We will give F. Fischer, Julia street, Titunvllle, past sister, Miss: Agnes Hart, are now taking ': G Ga J
from business Issue On account of lack of
J-'rklay morning, a space we
you a Reasonable Discount For Cash. Tuesday afternoon next May 1st. A -Dr. E. It. Armstrong, the well- tnuoh-nuodnd. rest. They expect to ;'. ... t
New York, and other unable the this
> (Cincinnati are to present same week.
| Do, doltRemember- Full attendance of members Is requested. known Kye: Specialists, of Jacksonville, take.a trip to England and Ireland this iI".ununpr. :;
After of '
spending: a couple daysIn that we are anxious to -:Mrs. D. Newoomhe )Barco, of Ocala, whom we have known personally for The editor of this paper was ,h l'
Tltusville with his family her WITIt/ a view of Cloning out Mer '
please you ; that we have good, courteous arrived In Tltusvllle Wednesday, and several yearn, and who has been making pleasantly entertained by Mr. and Mrs ,
) chandise. I xlllreduce to
look his
after prlcesTen
Miami to banking |
help In every department, and that will visit her sister, Mrs. S. E. nice, for several professional, trips down the East: [unison on Saturday' last, at the Brook ,': it
what we say we do, we do, do. lath Instant, and continuing for two a few weeks. Mn. Barco has visited In Coast In the past year, will make another hon i ,!". ,'... :, I,

: or gentleman of fair Yours for. more moro business. Always Tltusvllle before and made runny friends trip down the coast and. bn nt Titusvilleon .. I ;
'weeks. S K. Watts, Eau Gallle Fla.
i'lon' to travel for a firm of $2:>,OU)() ready to please. who are always glad to see her. May\ :3rd and 41 b. On this trip he GRAPEFRUIT SCARCE. ;. '

ll. 'Salary, (1,072 per year, payable JOHN, H. WALKER & CO., -Mr. (leo. F. Ensey, of Tropic, one of -Mr. H. K.': Klce' left last Sunday for will have his. office In commotion with I : ,' \

p. Expenses advanced. Address, Headquarters : TUB LABOK BRICK HTOIIK.Tltusvllle the candidates for the office of Assessor Fellowship, Fla., where he "went to assist our well known Dr. Wilson. The doctor Grapefruit from Florida. hits" been ',:,' J. s \

'H.ClowM, Tltusvllle, Fla. -2tIsv Florida.Mr. of Brevard county, was among' the pleasant will also visit Cocoa cm the Bth and rather scarce this week and the range ;:Yy: II'
Mr.Ne..ton McDtvId( and family In their
'or4H.* to ii!.Is has. been .H to $S. while ;
Mlllidge Walker preached his callers at this office on Wednesday. move to Tttusvllle. He returned Wednesday nth ; Merritt on the 7th; Eau: Oallle the tire .'(,Us of ordinary grsde. sold. "|I.. $5. :K; ,' .lj

lull sermon to a large congregation H. Watton, a prominent orange Mr. Ensey says that, from a personal accompanied by Mr, and. Mrs. 8th; Melbourne. the pth) ; Sebastian the10th There Is some grapefruit yet to come. :.,:! plt, ; r;

I Gabriel's Episcopal church Titus- /grower of Clifton, was a recent pleasant ntervlew with many voters, his pros McDavId and daughter, who will make ; and, an we nil know, Dr.- Armstrong Another soanon Is going to see. a groat (' f.-.

caller at this office, pears look quite bright. ht able specialist along the increase In the grapefruit crop of Florda. :),
an e
(have a host of friends on Indian Take note of the new ad. of the -Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stevens and daughter !btu: and Mrs. Itlce.PHOTOGRAPHS' line of.eye trouble. and nervous com ointos this rear, claim that. they will '" f

,left for the North, Tuesday after- Novelty Works, Daytona, on our 4th their talented niece, Miss! Harry, who ([ [ .-All kind of photographs plications. have, from A 50,010(number) to 7.1.00D; of( ) crates truiwt. next In :,'q tf4
I rear large
but their many friends hope to page This firm makes special discount have been spending the winter In Day : taken, In up-to-tlatestyle, from -Some say they have very little work Florida will come Into Imarlug young another

licm here next winter. to contiactors. Reap the ad. tons; will leave, next week, for their 1.75' and upwards. per doyen Portraits to do, "while others have mOra than they season, and the movement of I the crop I III 1"

summer home near I'lttsburg, Pa. Mr. : attend to. It depend largely going to be very extensive ) ,
|Ir. and Mrs. Jules Pardonville, who -Take note of the new nd. of E. I.. i Crayon, l'aAtelVater Color and There were few Florida' orange '
Stevens will haul I bis fine little launch the man and his capabilities. Amongthe very
cosy winter home and fine orange Stevens on our .">tb page. Mr. Stevens Oil Paintings at most reasonable rates, on the market and fancy Vuleuolil! bates'I

frritt, on Indian River, have return- Is a practical tinner and plumber, and out of the water, and place her In commission and enlarged from any small photo. busy men of Daytona, Is Contractor sold as high/: a.* tM.&O, This In. a record, I y

next winter, Babies taken H. 1 H.[ love,. who has the contract, to almost unprecedented' and shows Just ,t o-
their summer residence In New throughthe graph. as quick as a
he Is soliciting patronage
/ your
-Dr. the Eye and Nerve wink. Call and of build> a bridge.\ a mile long at Port Orange, what fancy fruit will bring when properly \ I
Mr. and Mrs. Daidonvllle are columns of the ADVOCATE. Read Armstrong, see samples our cultivated and packed. It Is only

I"entertaining' and before leaving his Specialist of Jacksonville, will visit Ti work, and then you will know whatwe besides a lon/ other contracts. Mr.\ within a year or two that the Floridians

fit they gave a delightful Pool Party ad.Mr. tusville on the :3rd and Ith of May, two can do for yeti love Is nlso manager of the electric have realized what fancy prices they

hur), where the ladies Indulged Inoge [ G. G. Howard. Southern J\x- days only, and will have bis office withIr. II. FAUST, Tltusvllle, Fits.bfr light/ plant and the three budges. and could !get for Late Valencia. This variety a

press Co.'s agent at Titusvllle, who has Wilson Anyone wishing to learn III president of the Telephone C..). Now, of fruit Is almost like that from Calfornla !.
without the loss of a single vacation owing to -: and !Mm. E, M. Holman and son, above virtually seedless} very sweet, I '
been on a lengthened 10 addition to the ho Is taking a
| A social cup of tea followed. more of bin system of treatment may do Albert of Worcester Mans. and skirts tender, and the trade I I.* very par- "
Illness Is so> much Improved In health Daytona Interest In the road tu. lm built between '.' '
so by writing to the home office at Jsckonvllle $treat tlal to It. Kach: year the Valencia In ;
r. I.. W SchnaUerly, one of our that he returned to his office on Tues" for Ills booklet, "Nervous him. Fla after spendlne a couple of Daytona and DeLand. If there Is Fiends, are becoming more plentiful It

I subscribers In Freeport, Pa., la day. Mr. Jules Knot, who had chargeof days In Tltusvllle with CApt. and Mrs I'. another contractor on the :East Coast looks as though the grower In Florida '

Ig the ADVOCATE Mr.[ Howard's Conquered Nelsonof South Tltusvllle,left on Satur buslne. attend than who can produce the Valencia have a \4 1 !
nays : "Our par- the express office during who has more to to A
It -After spending about six months In day for Enterprise, on a couple. of day' crest prospectbefoie them,-Fruit and '
Tituaville ou March loth and wed absence, has gone to New Smyrna. Mr, love, we don't knowblm.TITUSVILLE Produce News. ..ht '

through heavy snow from Bait) -Mrs. M. P. Robbins after spending Mr. Eugene: Berge and Miss ftabellJorge S. Paulson and Miss Agnes Hart, owner GUN CLUB. Notice t

Mil<1 to the foot of the Allegheny: a week or so at the .Seaside Inn, Daytona of Adelphla, N. J., left for St Augustine of that well known hotel the Brock ___ I !

talc at Johastown 1'a. Wa have i Beach, returned home on Sunday, yesterday, en route to their New Jersey House. They left, on Monday, on the At a shooting match on the Club'sgrounds
All) desirous of contributing;
i Bailey person
ii) snow accompanied by Miss ; home for the summer. Their many Tl- steamer City of Jacksonville, en route to on Wednesday, the beautiful v
| since and weather.Is i
our SeasideInn to the relief of the earthquake sufferer
her mother at the
at t nights, but through the who joined I usvllle friends will be pleased to see Jacksonville and their summer' borne In silver cup, given by Mr. Wm. M. 1',1 nd I.., .
warm Mrs. Bobbins' at Han Francisco, California, are request -
on Monday afternoon. hem here next winter. Mr. Beige and Worcester Mass. They will return and
Please of Charleston; W. VH., was won by Mr.
remember all Titus-
to the
me and Miss[ to deposit their contribution' at
friends Mrs. Bailey will leave Jacksonville Sunday their newly-built residence ID I'I'ell
['rieniU.We hope to lee the Docs family occupy r.. C. Draiiufnfr, of Tltitsvlllu. indian River State Btok on or before '
week for Augustineand
genial Bailey-left, 'morning, on the Clyde steamer, Comanche Daytona In October. ,, .
party here next winter.
route to their homein May 6th, IfMXI./ "t' :
other en
bound for New York. SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT.) ..;
Take Notice.
Walker Hardware Co. FURNITURE:, DRY GOODS, SHOES. -- Mayor of Tltusvllle.Naplitlia ; ;j
F'ormale. Talcum powder lOcts, Mennen's ]lOcts. There will be a school entertainment

f are The registration books of the Town of In the. Opera house. Tltusvllle,'Friday
agents for the celebrated Syra- Barefoot Sandals, all sizes.Good : Launch For Halo. l L
Steel Plows toilet 3 for lOcts. Tltusvllle are now open, but will close eveitlng next, May Ith, at 7AD:] o'clock. .r.
Cultivators, Harrows, for soap '
In fine condition !
When in Titusville call and see Bay horse, Curtain Swiss, yard wide l:>Ot... ten day prior to election, to be held the programme will consist of plays, A fine naphtha launch or yacht tender t1 d d1Mt.

sale, cheap. May 22: 1001. Come and register, and and drills. The rnnslo will be h
Write for descriptive circular. If GEO. GIMORAI M In. linen Dress lawn, JOcts. songs : long -Ift. IIiD.) beam and 14ln. draft
.ted. : Kockledge, Fla. Map of Florida, pocket, H.; cts.CHAS. be prepared to vote.J.. 'urnlsbed' by Mrs. Denham's class. built by the (has Engine and Tower Co., '

"'* Meal, Gasolene Stove, the acme tf A. GABDXIB, Telephone 31. D. EYJUIl. Admission: servnd seats, 3.)OtA.; Morris Height[ N. Y. :Naphtha, engine +

'rfectlon. A large stock to select i Are You Going North ? Town Clerk. General admission 25cts.: ;. Children, the most reliable and most satisfactory ,*

i none better. Groceries-Cheap. 13cta.: _________ power In use. Copper fastened and f
Fruit and .
kinds of Shelf Hardware, Paint, Tux Notice. brass finished throughout; hard-wood t ?
steamship tickets from If wish to save on groceries,
etc. Get Clyde you money
your $
boat Ha
finish. A /liner Is nut built. '
Tltusvllle. Charming\ trip .n order at the Peacock Gro- to Marx Brothers, corner of .'T
rings the agent at etc, try I
for Gas Engine. Launches, books of Bievsrd will tad little use, and l I. In perfect condllon. ,
from Jacksonville to New York by the cery Store, Titusville. Eve'rytblng': fresh Bay and Jnlla streets, Jacksonville! The tax county i''

P steamships of the Clyde Llue.CltAt. and op-to-datr. fit., always bring good results. Their close May 1st. All returns should be A bargain. w
Chandlery palatial Can ue Cecil at Nelnon'>> ways, here;
11. WALTOIf facilities fin handling Ploesg.ples, Grapefruit in by that "

Or tort te I theWALKLR Tltuvlle, Fla. Bargains at Pritchanl's.Dixon' : Orange and Early Vegetables cannot (>. A. MuMlLLA.f' : or address, ('ETE... NELOV.

HARDWARE Co.Titusville be surpassed. This Is oDe of the A wwssor.Knox :)'&.::1& Box! H'J! Tltnsvllle, Fla. : 't

Fla. oldest and moat reliable houses In this -- '
A Bargain. I Graphite Axel Grease 15 and state. Try them. : Marine Gasoline\ flJnrrlne" I)o You Want ,,'

2.:; cents per can. Call and get sample -- -
rigged two-master, free. !Strong simple aDd reliable. Float I am now prepared to supply
ecboooer- Fla.'K
For sale Wood for Sale.
*J'ng' line 8 ft. 9 in. beam. No Jsp-a-Uo In all colors, IS, 23 and 40 feed automatic carburetor. When you floe, ripe sod freabll- atbered r,
hauling of all I Inds prompt- 3. feet water ; ... )
ndedto. Reasonable offer refused. ents per can. Pine or oak, any length.; Also plowIng buy the Knox your troubles are over. xerrle*. If you want good a

for ale Meeu all train. Stove R. VT. WaisrutD, J...... PVJTCHA&D A SOX, and harrowing. See or address J. SEABOARD FISH Co., Agents, write to K. A. Co*u LI wo,

at all time. Seabreexe '1.. TUasrllle, JPla. W. Jamison, Tltosrllle, fl*. :34-41 Tltnsvllle Fla. 2T-$t. Tlllmsn, Indian Hirer, h'h'.y '
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Free and Man-Ha bu<
Masons no more on the church but de- WORKING WOMENTheir rrSE .LTa
; Accepted
ylr voted himself! to the law, rising to Its .. .

highest dignities and yet retaining I

throughout his lifetime until the ripe

I, Indian No. 00 ago/, at which he courted the widow Hard Struggle Made Easier-Interesting State-

Wiutlirop hU fondness for religious

River q, TltuivllleLodKe. I meditation the rending of the Scriptures ments by a Young Lady in Boston

and good Canary, which make Tenn.
and One in Nashville
r+S \ Florida.
his own uccouut of his courtship of the SELF-LOCKING
/ 1 II HoldaltemoettngetheencondandfonrthWedI . l
widow the greatest treasure of the
immlay of each month In file Mwionlo TomiiliTltui (
I li , 1 p R
a 11'.A. Morican. Worshipful Hunter.( .
,, John It. Waiter Senior 1Yardon.a Ills "Sou Sewall" being grown to
riilllp W. Roberta, .limlor' Warden.
<*. .V.. Diiren Tmamirer. rnmi's" estate and settled! In the ministry

J.I..Cerruthere, Hwirptary. mid his "Daughter e\VIIII"! being
{ A.1'ennny.. Hunlor. Unni'nn..
1 1'urcyO. Walton. .liinmr' iniuoun. mature In age Justice Sewnll
C. H. Walton "Senior' Htewunl.. found them both willing enough that Sy fr9 T.A.aCK.ti-: :
M, H. "Mains' .Innliir HI.eWILrd.J. .
r R. Walker, Omi'luln.: he should pay his court to the widow

1 1i 1'.A. Loaluy, Tyler. Wlntbrop. lie being at that time of ,fky ,

\"., a portly figure and on agreeable,

it INDIAN EWER CIIAI'TKlt ISO. rounded( countenance, with a double
chin ns his portraits show met Mad-
I nm M'lnthrop at the house. of hid "SonSewIIU" :

I.1\" menu Thnlnillnn tau llrnt River Weilnuniluy Chapter of, lloynl ouch month A rein Miuinni ut: the and told her. he was "glad to wr \ ,1lifsFanhre SLoe:

,1 i' Mf.nnloTemple. see her! ns he had, not seen her In

4 .c 1 The following are the nlflaen of this chapter! some time. lie then gave her a copy

"1, e i M. S. Rum, Kxrnllont high I'rldnt. of Mr. Home's sermons but said nothing
Walker, lUnir.
,"i i(' It.N.Andrews Hnrlbit.K. of matrimony on that .occasion.

+ .A. Morgan Hmtrntnry. Through the good offices of his"Diuiifb-
"I ;, H. K. WII...... Teasurur.ties. /
'. F:. I'rltolioll ,lt 'yxl' Arch Captain., ter Sewall"'! he then Intol'medIadllm C
T. H. Hiimlur. Copt of Hour.Iwin .
Wlnthrop thnt If she would be "pleased
/ Alflxiimlnr. I'rlnolpiil Mnl.nIrner.O. Ackers
\ A. Htewart, M.wrorof Plrnt V. to be within" ho would< wait on her Orser 4IissPearl Is a new and great Invention, 119 It Haves time, money and lulu ., Will|| ,

't r I, J.K.N.M.Wallor Taylor Meter/Mister, of of Hwomt Third V.V. shortly. She answered! that she would ---, horizontally, upside down or at any angle. It is InipoHniblo foi 'm ope to

1'J.+. .1>.Knnia: Suntlnel.01tI . expect him. On the "following Saturday when locked, and no lover or digger rope attachment Is used 'ID this (de]el,

. q ," attar having dined, he waited on All women work ; some in their I could not sleep and could hardly drag There Is only one hoist, loner and lock the load, and It Is impossible io> then
" STAR. her and to her saying 'My loving homes around. I consulted two physicians without ,
< )KK OF KASTKHN "spake : some In church, and some in
the whirl of Fount, and as a lust.....ort, I tried. Lydia E. jam or chafe, and there Is nothing to get. out of order In this original tackles,: ,
No. 11,holds Its meotinitsIn I wife died so soon and suddenly society. And in stores,
FrlemlHhlp Chapter
In the. MiMinilo,' Loilirn!: nmni, Tltimvllla., : on the. 'tWIhardly convenient for me to mills and shops tens of thousands are Pinkham'a Vegetable ache Compound and pain,left and me to mymirprlm I May be seen at the ADVOCATE olllcc) Tltusville;. The S. It. lliibbiml Ca |

first and. third, Ttmn.luyi. In each mimth at S'OO: on the never-ceasing treadmill,earning every health." E. O. Painter &; Co., Jacksonville.
m. The following are the olllcew of theCliapterl think of marrying sgaln. However, I their bread. gained ten pounds and am In perfect "
: i have come to the resolution that I will daily
Miss Pearl Ackers of 327 North Sum-
r All are subject to the same physical!
. Mr. O. M. Ttoliblnn. , W. M. not make my court to any other person laws ; all suffer alike from the same mer I Street: Nashville, Tenn., writes ; -
John 11. Walker W. P.
a "
Minit Catherine Saim, Amioclata 11[. without first consulting you.: After I physical disturbance, and the nature of Dear Mr Ptnkbam"I
:, :- .
MImcICateraw"rtCondnatrese.. this he had n very pleasant discourse their duties in "'I'
oases quickly "
... many suffered with periods sever ,
AxenelateCon. painful
Hniiclum .
Mice .10
.N with her but there about drifts them into
ns were sev.en the horrors of all
Mice Zamlle Stewart,Tratmirer.Mnr. backache, bearing-down pains, paiim across
H. It. Wllmin HneretHry.Mm. other' persons sitting in the room kinds of female complaints, tumors, the abdomen; won very nervous and irritable
I P. A. Murwtn IMth. he made not much progress on that ulceration, falling and displacements and my trouble grew worse every month.
Mre.I.It. Walker, Aila, or perhaps Irregularity or "Sly physician, foiled to help me and I
Y' idI Mr*. M. A. ttarlmicwmr t Miirtlia.Mm..I.
Kline. Ei:,.tenblre. day.On suppression, causing backache, nervousness dacidoil to try':Lydia E. Pinkham's VegetableCoinpouwL ; )
Oct. 3 when he waited her
on I noon found it wax doing me
r .J. I). Biima Kl'ctaCliaa. irritability and lassitude.
.. H. Walton, Wanlur.. again he wan received( by "her Daughter goat; All my pains and aches disappeared,
f, c J. I.. rarrlltliuro, Snnllnul. Noyes" to whom he said he hoped They especially require an invigorating and I no longer fear my monthly periods.. 0a
." { H. U. WII...". Marshal.leo. sustaining medicine which will
( M. Ilolibinn, C'liajilaln.TITUSVILLK his. suit to her mother was not disa strengthen the female organism and Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Com-

I. I grecubletoher. She answered she would, enable them to bear easily the fatiguesof pound Is the unfailing cure for all these .
1 $
OAMI' NO. 141, not bo against what might add to her the day, to sleep well at night, and troubles. It strengthens the proper .
to rise refreshed and cheerful. muscles, and displacement with all its
mother's comfort When MadamV"ln- THIS .5HOWJ
horrors will no more crush
'hrop came Into the room where sat How distressing to see a woman you.

Chaplain Airs who had hung up his hat struggling to earn a livelihood or per- Backache dizziness fainting, bear THE FRONT

""It If he belonged to the house," thejustice form her household duties when her ing-down pains disordered stomach OF'THEWALTON'
back and head she is moodiness dislike of friends and
asked her to favor him with a are aching, BO societyall
G e Q tired she) can hardly drag about or symptoms of the one causewillbe
private consultation. Thereupon, when \ THESE ARE OUR
stand up, and every movement causes quickly dispelled, and it will make
she. spake of going into another room, pain the origin of which is due to you strong and well. PAT. BLOCK I PATENT LONG-

Chaplain Airs presently left with the of the female
some derangement organ -
You can tell the story of your euftarings ROLLER BEARING
two alone Ism.
others. Then they being
Meet every lint and third Monday In each he prayed that she "might he the per Miss F.Orser, of 14 Warren ton Street. \ to a woman and receive help SHEAVES.
month 1io;! p. in., elurPI; at the MaHuulu ful advice free of cost: Address Mrs. .
Temple. son assigned 1 to( him." She Instantly Boston, tells women how to avoid such Pinkhara Lynn Mass. The present

r Connul Cntnnianiler ...... .. .......A.n.Penney "took It up by way of df.'illlli. as If she suffering; she writes : Mrs. Pinkham is the daughter-in-law I
Adviser I.letf tenant.. .... .. .. .. ....1 I.K.Wmknr, I
4 s ::1 Banker..... . .. . . . .0......R.Walker had catcucd. At un opportunity to do Dear Mrs. Plnkham:= of Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty- II
Kiioort.. .... .. . .... . ...... O Munilavllie jt" She made some further discourse "I suffered misery/ for with five years she has, under her directionand I
Clerk ...... ... . .. .. .. .... .J I, Carrnthari female back aced I had since her decease, been advising
irregularities ,
about unwillingness to leave her children My i;
Watchman .., ?" .. ........ J.N Waller ,
Ben try..., .. ....... ... . ....... J ,I),Fnnlii by which, being discouraged at bearing-down paine,and frequent headaches; sick women free of charge.FNEjPROPERTY I
IIreotors.6. ... .. .. ... .......p.wllnnn Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound: Succeeds Where Others FaIL
Lit lylin. and H J.Norton that time from warmly urging her I .

Campl'h.lolan.. ... ...... ... ...... E,E.Itolllim the justice I imve her a CODY of Wll- _. _

attend All' vlnltlnir the I meeting Wooilmen are oonllally \Invited to lard's "Fountain.:; with the little print "best and greatest friend": hail supplied FOR SALE ,

and verses saying he hoped she would hIm with hair before be was I I

read It.' She took the book and putIt born. She l'omUlNIt1PfDr.. Treston's j

lu her pocket. Thereupon the jus- sermon on the church marriage and
tice took leave.
quoted him, saying It was !twonvenI -

On his next meeting with the widow lent I keeping out of a f Ish Ion commonly tatkIrt DADE COUNTIES. r'ooo)
n she treated: him with a great dent of UM't1. Thereafter she him a l-r NJ.
71 rot gave LAND FOR SALE, St. Luoi HIIII ))l1dl'l
IN TMt Uc courtesy and also with wine and mar dram of black! cherry brandy and also
1 FSSF I counties Description of band : West
DY malade. She told him that Dr. In- the lump of sugar that was In It. He .
(Al fJ of northeast }. and west }. of sou,th-
% crease Mather visited her that day in prayed led tll keep her and came ('l1lot0-4! see 10, township. $3: lanpe 30,

&%1'. Hutehllls n's coach. lie pave her away Iii( i 20.100( crenht. Lucie COli n I Y.

a copy of the News Letter with Ou Nov.- :2:, midweek, she inquired West jg of not th west 3a and sestQ

verses' In It and took leave. This was concerning his estate as she bad heard of aonthwest3aeee.3.' :>. township 32: '

the day after I>r. Cotton Mather's he had given it all to his (children range 30, 1(10( aces, St. Lucie county. lalton-Yinton Patent Roller Bushed Shew

"chimney fell afire so as to Interruptthe which he denied. She gave him "u/ Northeast Jf; of outlien t>|. sec. 3,
r township 'IS: south, 41 east
I range ;
assembly a. ui. glass or two of Canary," but not herhlln.1
close to O. K Wood's pineapple plantation -
lIe then ",\"rlt a few lines to Madam to hold.
on !St.: Lucie river; 40) acres,
Wlnthrop" and !sent! her Mr. Mayhew's On >'ov. :2:, being 1 presHed. she said Dude county.

seruionn and an account of the Indiansof she could not change her conditionand Also, the northeast *>{ of northeast

Marthas Vineyard, "thanking her quoted the ApoHtle Paul ndlruiiatc M, seo. 18, township 3S south, range

for the unmerited fll VOl'S"' of the wine that single life' was better than mar- 41 east; on south fork of St. Lucie

and inurmnlade and asking permission I'lc,1.tter he had argued to the contrary river; 40 acres, Dade county

to wait ou her again. This note fin. if Paul applied his words onlyto Apply to W. A. BALI, Stuart, Fla. r '

be sent by Deacon Green, who delivered the then "present distress," she said l 'I Ins

it to Sarah Chlckerlng the mad- : she hud not pleasure In such thingsas WILLIAMS KIUX12V PILLS. i i ,' i ll I Il ui

A COLONIAL WOOING.( am's maid the madam herself not formerly. Though he answered I I

I being at'home.At that she, was the fitter ou this 'account Have you neglected: your Kidneys ? r I Ilih I
Have you overworked your nervous sys i
their next meeting he found her to be his wife and, urged her somewhat, ;
HOW MR. JUSTICE SEWALL COURTED I tern and caused trouble with your Kidneys I II '
"dark amt lowering much 'changed he still made no progress and about and Bladder ? Have you pains In ; I I III'I 1 plI

THE WIDOW WINTHROP. from what who was before. When at 10 o'clock. came away, saying he the loins, side back \groins and bladder ? P r l I I I I ,

---- last!! ho got his chair Into position "would not further disturb the good Have j ou a flabby appearance of I he face, I Ii I

Stalely, Sedate aul" Extremely Cu.- close to hers, he naked her leave to order of her house." especially under the eves, ? Too frequent

i ,tlou ou sloth. Side Wee Till Loye- draw off her glove, and, she being desirous On Monday, Nov. 7, he read certain desire to pass urine f If so William's I'' '

iiiaklnir AflTnlr lit "...*...J..U. ]M to know Hilt reason, lie told her of the rsuluis and then called up- Kidney Pills will cure you. Sample free I I'I, I'I'II '
mull aOcta. Sold by druggists I
.h.' Seventeenth Century there was much difference between on Madam AVtuthrop giving her some by II I
WILLIAMS M'K'O. CO., Prop's.Cleveland ,
handling u dead ut and sugared ulmonds. After their
") a living conversation O.Fewer .
As the seventeenth century begun to ,
1 lady lie "got ore the glove" and asked lu which she deferred her favorable
wuno into the eighteenth, colonlul life
her to "remove the negative" she had answer she gave him a glass
In America does not grow: less curious, II "' Gallons!!; Wears Longer"Fewer
laid upon him. She said she would of wine lie said that since he made
i; er Interesting lu what iiow seem Its extremes : gallons; takes less of DevoeLead
not, and "eiilntged upon It," as she I tIle more haute. with the less speed he
I of eccentricity, but they begin and Zlno than mixed paints. Wears
could not leave her house, children, 'would home which after he
to grow milder In their manifestation. go longer; twice ns long: ns lead and oil.
neighbors, etc. Thereupon he "gave did. lIe did not ou this occasion bid
In l Virginia in the eighteenth century
her 'Dr. Preston oil the Church Marriage her draw off her sometime
glove as !
i It. Is no longer possible for a layman ,
; who baa spoken disrespectfully of tbo and ,Clmrch Carriage; "which ho had done. "I noticed" he adds Patented In all countries. Only tackle These long Roller Bearing Sheaves, which are looked upon 1111 the gee'
cost him "sixpence nt the sale. She "Unit herdress not clean
was so as '
minister of his pariah to be sentencedto thanked him for Mnyhew's sermons. sometimes It had been. Jehovah block of the kind In the world. FIt- anti-friction roller bearing: In the world, are without cages |Ito hold therol'Jplace

construct a pair of stocks at hU When she talked of Canary' wine, be Jireh! ted with the Walton-Vinton Roller and therefore are far more durable and run with far less, friction than

own expense and sit In them during tout her that her klsxea were better to On the 1st and lltli of November- he Bearer. Useful In any place where old-style cage. The sheave casting are made solid, standing double the emirthe

t the time of sen Ice by way of penance. him than the host Canary. But ha enters in his Journal from which all hoisting Is done. With these blocksone skeleton iron sheaves. '
When this happened to Henry Charltouto
made no farther progress that night. thin Is faithfully extracted that he man can do the work of two.
enforce lu hint a more decent respect -
for novo11'. Cotton of IhIDKIlr'Spl1rlah The next time be saw her she treated went not to Madam Wluthrop's. About Thousands sold in the north. Call
him courteously but he noticed, with the middle of December lie records that
Va., It was In the first half of and see them in working order at this'
pain, that "she was not In clean linen, she 'made n treat" Inviting others, THOUSANDS STATBJFor !
the seventeenth century. In the second office, or at E. O. Painter A; Co.s',
m as sometimes. Sho said she did not while he "knew nothing of It, but the .
: half of the century, and more know whether he could come again or saiue day abode in the council chamber Jacksonville, )'la. all kind of businesses where a Tackle Block Is used- -
especially the lust quarter this spiritof '
not. On the next visit she was courteous and illued alone Kelby'a pies
clerical tin and upon
severity against
but took occasion to speak and good beer" So he was solaced to
sinners had reached its climax In the ca&alGall
v "pretty earnestly"' ou the question of the end of his natural life, during which

', witch mania lu New- Kugland.: In the whether he would keep a coach. He It does\ not appear that he lost flesh :!:!!

? reaction' which followed Justice Samuel said It would cost ttt least .100: per from disappointment in love.-St..Louis gig BANK DEPOSIT Walton Block Co

t, Sewalllio had out on the bench annum, while she thought It would not Globe-Democrat. $5 R.FsrePald Ngtui Taken Self-Locking\
at the ,
Massachusetts witch trials
1 wa.at cost more than 4O. This night she l40o HEB COURSES"
y last so overcome by his conscience "spake much agahiNt John Wluthrop, lake Board at Coat.Writ.Quick;

that on Jan. 14. WOT, "It being a fast because ICheiiiiintUm! ;\ + Life LABAMABUSINCSSCOlLEGE.Macon.Ga' MAS*
9i of his false henrteOiifss. Then.Mr. 404( Atlantic Avenue, BOSTON' |
day, ho attl'lI.tbo. meeting/ house Kyre coming in. Justice Sewn .Miserable.

and stood up publicly to hear rend the gave him Dr. Increase Mather's ser- A happy home 'Is the mont valuable Stanley hitching -. n _._ __ __ __ __ __
paper In which he confessed. hlm ef! nod possession that In within the reach of
monA came somewhat
"sensible the away lute. mankind but cannot its comforts flas Stood 2SGrove's Ye
of guilt contracted" by The next occasion Madam Wlnthrop you enjoy -Dealer to- The Test
If von are suffering( from rheumatism. -
his participation ou the bench
In the took the candle and closed the shatters You throw aside business cares FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY, CIGARS
bunging of witches.
sat down ou the couch and spake when hOMe
you enter your and CAD
Thin eased conscience you Tobacco, Pipes, Candles.. Fancy China
a whose tenderness
something of his
need of a wig. This be relieved from those rheumatic pains
t_ _ .(extraordinary in a seven also and Temperance Drink
was not to liking. After some conversation by applying Chamberlain's. Pain The
brand of
following delivered
'' i teenth century lawyer) le I perhaps dUI not to the 1 point h* asked! her Ualni. One application ...lUlllye( yon re- at J.S5: box ciiiam of 20: .
to his education for the church. lie If she would be In tomorrow lief and Its continued use for a short per

ntudled at Harvard and after graduating ; and took leave. Oa the evening night of, time will bring about a permanent cure. JiimboMt Cremo, Key Cubanas West Smokers, Promos, Tasteless Chill TonI
there bexau the career In the min. Oct. 27 having! made up his mind on Fur sale by all dealer. ,
'I flinch Cards, COc.; Hand Made Palmetto
totry which lasted until not long after the
subject of the coach lie
told herhe
lie had married a Reader do you subscribe for the EAST b.rh: flats, :230.!
wealthy heiress the
could not afford to keep' It, and
; daughter of the "mint! master" of that, a* for wearing a Eprlwljr! bU ,



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BOBBINS U NnlR' : AND \VIKTI'K OK A nE' Rt:11: i Tltnsville was nt one time[ the queen I
o. M ot foreiilimiire' Still suite entered In the cir.. city of the East. Coast. As all I'oalhllud II I II

AND COUNSELOR ride, III cult< i1 liaiifarv., "rt''"In and'a'outma far, Iirev..1 tliaroni County pending|Flu" A Favorite Spot In a Favored to 'Koine, si all railroads bail their terminus I / No mrttter how great oc how small the job, you

TT01tNEY)[ wh..ln i."vl" M 'Wirtf.ii' I HonmpliMimtit.\ and Secton-The Famous East in 1'1 I"1\.lIIu. Here the tuiithern. i needn't hesitate to use
AT-LAW. Win H. (Sharpe, | et al. are ,1..I..nd."t.. will still i toinlnis llockeil! In winter aud made thin I I IL

| State and United States "J clltusvMln.pnhlluunutlon'!' hrmnnl liHlore County the Court, ..Kliirliln HOIIHO oil ilin.t the. Coast of Florida.ONTHEBEAUTIFUUNDIAN. place their hondiuartei's' leaving here .. '1 LttcasTinlt,1 Paints

>r ctlce in 7th day ot May I fsM iliirlnit' thus l legs! hours ol their wives, mothers and sisters, they
(Court sale, for cash to the hl -h..." nit bust bidder all would enihikik on one of the many lleetof
the tnll"wh'l' ( ,1t'.I'rll"II, hand, .. Iylllg In JIt..v..r" lib n ( taOOl)
RIVER which the
[ TITUSVII.I.E, FLA. Comity 'Iorhlllrtll wit : steamers navigated! waters i ill '
at /
Oir e> All of the of Indian Rlvnr and hie themmlvesaway ;;, for fear of results.
B-mrliwwiurtrt.r| the southeast
linirtor of sei-rlon e, township. V 4 south, ranita :311 I to the then nlmosc unknowu forests of I II '" Results ale the best thing about _
GAULDEN .....t.o".o"t the south boll of the smith lush ol. Just the Place to Flt-out for a Cruise the Ijoxabatchee Al.ipalta and Ukeochobee I _
L. this north h..lI"t the said sinithweHt ol / / them. They last longer and wear better their
the Down this Far-famed River. returning! later dud entertaining'
I southeast of I
qnitnor sain soialrm e. tOwn
A.TTORNKY-AT-LAW, Hhli; 24 sonth, raiiK :ail east. ., add tract of Intuit to Fine Fishing and Hunting ndmlilng' friends, with their ox pel' 1'tcIIJe I / color lasts longer they don't blister crack, or

ho sold iMintaiiuiiK all acres inora ..r 1..118. or Oil. of exploration, nnd exhibiting' trophies.
nwtira in all the Courts of the rttatrLui milil much dot'rue! thereof and iis will ho necessary to sutlsly. The town of Tltuivllle! Is situated on uf their prowess descendants of Nlin- peel.Ask
co"ts. dealer.
,, tau' the United States Court. K.J. W sin,. the Florida Euut Coast Railway 154 rod. your

I Box..IJ1). TITUS VILLE, FLA. 3J- Special| Master InClmnonry.UNOKIl miles south of Jacksonville 143 miles AcroHS the liver from Tltusvtlle, Is the John Lucas & Co Philadelphia e
1 world famed Inland.!
Menltts Its
north of Palm Beach and 212 miles
ninny and f.\tllu.\ Its qltmale salubrhous
Jj.VKBB, Master's wale. north of ..Miami. The Tltusville branchof
and, lio-ilthful, and Its waters teem :sold by .J its. milliard a V Son, TllUHVlllr. I'lu.i' .
the defunct Jacksonville Tampa & I with" tlsh which are a delight, to the I

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW \ AND\ HV VlllTI'K: OK A DECREE Key West Railroad now controlled by epicure. lawn here abounds. 1.118'

i, practice In the Courts of the 7thIiti ....c..r.. anil sulu enturoil' In the .'lr- the FlorlJu East Const Co. clous fruits an Hlnnmt. tiulliteiious and l lI i'
Railway .
Taxes: paid for non-residents i cult Court tor Hinvnn! aunty, in Chun.o I Ihs| il.ivnr of the Indian River orange, Mason M. Clark Co. 4. \
<>ry, in a oinse therein .h'I..II.hli", wlwri'ln also runs Into the t( un.-I his being the i'
collected. In this[ Inland In
nti and accounts Son C. .flMhur legal riiresiiiitiitlve.| for Hairv produced perfeutlou on ,
.. FLOKIOA It'I.hor. lei'iiiuwiil,as 'mistaa.ronilaumnr,,nm'l; terminal point of that branch. There weld loiiowiuiil..

vll.l.te. Jullu. A. tolHinan and! the Indian River Stale are several!", trains arriving dally from Lint we' spited on south down the .' ,
are defomlanta, I will soil
U iiiilillii am-U.ui .at the Court House dour Hi Jacksonville and Sanford during the world famed Indian River, of which It Commission Merchants ,

D). PENNEY, TltiisvlllB. on. tint 7th day of May, A. l I'. I'HHI! Benaon. has been said It waskltmed[ by suu- >
during the beery from II a. in. and 2 ..''''..<'k I'. shine, lulled by breezes" like a broad
In? lor oi.h. to the liluhi-st and hunt blililnr the As the county spat of Drevard coun blue 110[( IUItIt81'UJo JoT. NEW YOIU(.
ribbon 'around lime waist of nature.
following ilt-scrlheil land made
ATTORNEY-AT- A W.VU.LoI' realize. th.. HIIIII of ?.<,uoo..18 iiiut costa necessary of said to ty. It has a courthouse and a modern It Is not my PUI'P"'MU in these articles

':. FLORJDA. stilt, to wftt lull building[ with rarely over two or to white, u book but If 1 don't con,iufuin .'
ILot ,
4 i.otlon -a, Townslilp 21 Soul R.e 1
In all the courts of the 7th 35 Ka.t. l oiiiiiiuiiKlnii 'lit thu northeast, oornurofsalil three Inmates. The population Is over my scribbling will prove( too vlum.nolld'l.. Pineapples Tomatoes Potatoes
\ lot; running s smith with luulail Illvor lor aoouutry newspaperVo l
1000. Illness Is so that doctor .
.Indicia! Circuit. one hiiinlro'l' and ten VII rule, ; thanuo In a south rare one \ rapidly puts CCOOK, !MelbourneSt. ,
westerly direction 210 yards: tlinnca south 7U' In town finds ample time to act ns Lucia
yards; thnii-e In a soiuliweHterlv illracilon. to the former winter' homo of :Ben I

SE ANDREWS, the went HUH, muamirliifr on that line :2fto y..I.t"11 Justice Oif the Peace and Notary Pub Slur Alvtt 3. (Quay' arrived. at Fort UKANS: A\N AI.!. (FLOht1DA'EGE1'A111.ES 1 ( OUU SPECIA1.1'V.P. .. '
the northwest unrnert: thence north to thenorthwest He, besides attending to his[ medtcu[ 1'ierce, the capital of thu newly crealuit
corner, thence north to the northemt .
ATTORNEY-AT-T.AW, curlier of Judd, lot. on liiulan River, o"t..IUIng practice willie the other finds time togo county of St. Lucid, pans through Ilioun- ;
ilj sore moie orlnisKltKIII'.HKK. ands of acres of pineapples, nnd the lighthouse
hunting. :
!: A. MORIJAN at .1Uplterthe southern end of ,

[lOt}' Jmlga.of St Lucie[ County. A. H. reiinry, Attorney for I'lalntlir.HpwlHl' ', MiiHtor.ateMaster's Here Is virtually the bend of the Indian I the Indian Klver shoots Its ,lefnlgent .Rulilinaxi c& Co. '* K, :

River, and the favorite point for ra\s lute the cars' of the south bound
Four PIBBCK: FLA. ,'I'
fitting out and starting of numerous tmln. $0W hlllllt"l\, ) NEW YOltK.ttft. .

Sale. cruising parties during our balmy winter Jupiter Is n place at which we moat 0t1: Murray' f I N. V. : '
IlirUEN; E. FOSTER, tarry for a while, and tlmrefoie goodbye -
months; as everything necessary to .tllI next week "U" [iu the Jasper
ATTORNEYATLAWJyalUpchurch UN torerliMnreaniliiuleuiitoreil. In the 'ir- comfortably equip a pleasure yucat: N"w. rand

nuit Court for Htwuril county In Chitn- can here be obtained at the most reasonable ---. Oranges Pineapples
liutldinK[ .,ax. o ry. In I the cause therein' iiapiiniiliiK, wluiruin
Nina. O. FlHluir I legal. mprexenhttivefor] : \: \ : Harry prices. This 1s evidenced by ,
Letter to F. A. i llorglul.1'it"oI1. .
.IACKSOSVILI.K' KZ.A. .I.h"r. "0110..1.. Tnintuu, Is tha coniplainant" the fact that the same parties have
and Jill l la A. < olenian' and ..swl. A. U..I..llo",, ; .', flu.
her son, are the ilelemlaiits. I will aril at |pnbl) llo been comIng here annually for many Florida Fruits Our Specialty. '; ( ''I'
auution at the Court HoiiM door In Tituaville Dear Sir: We Himpect you'd like the
winters for that in ,
[ GENERAL DIRECTORY. on the 7tn tUy of May, A. l>. IIHMI' during the purpose preferenceto .';, t ,
hours from::, I II a, in. to 2 o'clock, p.!in., to the: any other point along the least tale, how n woman boH'lwo hardwato We represent IIl'vU1'l\ofth"[ la'lCllat"IIIVI'cr"| In your State, .IIIIwhob\ to representyon ','>'1, ItJI,: ',\
highest and best bidder' for. cash the fallowing (draleis' Irani, Pa. ir f I

U. S. SENATORS.: iloscrlliuil land or so much thereof as to realize Coast. We tried our boat to /get those men to also. Give im n trial hlimenf.| Established 30 ;yours 'r ""I' ". ,
Bnlmrerro, .JafVu.mvilleallory the sum of SJ.Uja.il: ; tint being the aw,nut To the southeast of Titusville Is sell Devoe l ad-and-7.lno In that
tie: bright
....... ... ..... . Penimoola. named in saM decree cu ettler with costs of : .
: said| suit' to>wit l wide sweep of salt water bay (about towDj; and failed. Kelnc imtly took Mrs rrrr ,. wen
V S All of the north hilt, of the NE'!:'. or the NFiof E K. Bowman druggistThey -
.. ....... ...- ...Lak0Clty.' Suction 8., except" In u parcel jf a aces tithe six miles in width), formed by the waters said[ they couldn't Roll paint form ''KGI3F* THIS HOUM13' IN MIND.- -__ -

'4pIrklllall.,'IAmnq:I : ...::..:>.:*.:::*.:::. ::. :Moiitloofo.; 1 :tUpa.S : allot 4E the! curlier NK:!K tnoruof of the .VW AI loth.yl! ot .saw south Hectlon: half. nf 3* of the famous Indian River Here ..i
which, remains. alter. exoptnig| that. (tarcul nfHi fishing[ wild duck shooting sailing can. Hln (hint will) aboulitIthe )palnithat !
li'hnub, ... ......... ... .,..Itof| Inter."iM'liinoii 1'Urde acre' by need lierntor.iru. recorded coiwuved, In Himk "A"to Thomas ot i>r vard,i., and rowing can be Indulged In to the IMS been said llii'ie Klnco. :

I .... .. .Keoelv t utility Ilixiorilx, l I.nl1.1'. Al,o nil that certain heart's content of the moat fastidious Him knew DHVIHhad; Hold. our nitlmstnaterlals. [ HEYSERQXI

unices at (Iameevtlle, Flurhla. IHiruul. of 4 acres. III me North part| of the NW4 Had Home sense. and force, t:, "4 ..
DEPARTMENT. of the N X( of Sent.in, :a.I. lining' the same parcm, sportsman. lir.Hli1cn; she einily Iriurned hat cheap la I t II.1
EXECUTIVE of 4 aeree ilusiTlhed In a carulu duel tiled herewith On the ocean beach nearly In a direct ? I \.
dear In paint and tuld this people.Mr. .1
., (levetnnr.vcrswrnrd..t.Secretaryot from J. :X fatsturan I .J......tie K: veaster
Iv State. and Martha A, Fastoraadlohn U. C. Feeler line east of Tltusvllle Is canaver. Hint Young bought gallon 1)e "\ '
.Kmitt. : :: :::: ::: reaeurer. her liiiibiind: I, to Julia A, Coltnnan: all, of eui.Ipareeie 1 al Club surrounded by over 10.JOO( voe for rooms than lied always taken. a .TIIVIOfRE: ,' LV1D. :; ,
Ellis . .. . ..AttornejMleneral. of hunt hereinbefore being In 'I p. 21 '
ICCmoui", ? ....Comptroller.lM : : "South" ICtnfre 311 Rust: the uxitnKt unniber of acres of lanj. This property la ownedby gallon of other ,paint; hail. half left. PRODUCEj' ; :
\ < [i.I ln;, . .CominlsMlonnr i ; Agriculture.Hnllowav..Supt. ; ] "acres being J7 acres more or hues.f'1tEDERICK Mr. J E!:. II. tiller, J..wel"I'&hlll'11 De- COMMISSION FRUIT & :
I Iiintructlon.Ir.inl some o( the mot prominent and .
fubllo A. MOUOA M. > "o. and says It 1 gums fuithoi-no paillo- \ I
R. .Foster.... ...Adjntaot- iieral.iBiaaforil Special| Master.A wealthy residents of Boston who come ulillS. RELIABLE PROMPT UNSURPASSED FACILITIES . ", : '
.. .... ....Hnrvoor..n..n"ral.I I). Penney Attorney for IMalntlff. 3.1-a ,. ')'
I ,. ... ......... .State Chemlat.tAiiinn south to hunt every winter. Mr. John Ilaona grocer thought It PRATT ST. WHARF BALTO. MD. [{ .
t .... .."... . ..State Examiner, The cool retre blng. health-giving exp, ,'i"lv\ & iM'foie Im bought, ; bnniitht WM. HEYSER l'I I J ;.t\.tL \
oilloeii at Tallah""" ...... Florida.
Tltusvllle Town Klrctlon.WIIEHKAS of 11.A.1'V1'VE
ozone-laden breezes wafted across from back nearly half hU paint and a"ldlt '. .: : .
FLORIDA LKOISLATUUK.Illiiiliion was the cheapen Job he ever hnd.
Miami..a..Senator. the Atlantic Ocean and! the broad bay Mrs. Newman milvemil natTF < '
reports ;
J'His.tesd, Kurt I'lune..Reprssentauve.. THE! I'OLLOWIVO RKS' IU7- are one of the most enjoyable featuresof ctioD.F So much for a oheap-palu' : : B RO'I'HEI: s. ;; t, ,
adopted by the Town Councilof
Sl'I'REME COURT JUDGES. tha, Town of I ilciisvllle at a rt>fru'arnicetlnic this! phenomenal location. town with a hiljjhi woman In it. I-IIONK 8M, TAItl.JHIIKl 18MMWINKH fi M ,.,1 i'

Iil.ry. .. ... .... ...Chief Justine. held AIrllluth. 1'011I.RESOLUTJON' There Is a large area of :::; ...'... Yours. Imlv. ,j 1
Jiirtor' ... .. .... .. .Associate JiiKtlce.Ilivlor primeval F. W. VKVOK A '::0. VIIIYTIIS! OINH AN1 111CAI41)IIS. / ..1 ,1
... ....... .. I forest and prairie land beyond the ,
New Perk. --------
RAILROADtCOMMISSIOXERS.' Kelt resolved, by rbe Town |(mnuil nf the northern southern and western boun Lamp's Boer. "

|nn 11. llrnwne, chairman.. .. ..Key West. Towu of; bomU Tltnav. to! le the, Floriila amount. that of the WMHJ.IHI question' the oliHsiiliiK I darle of Tltusville, awaiting[ the advent Express Prepaid. .. . ,. . .. .. .. .,.. ..1'iir. !><... ",,1..1" ,
llwm Burr ... ....... ... ...Little Klver.lilnan ALCOHOL IN BREAD. Pull Jinirl nipaniira. .lltolllt.12Ill") I rslnlsIT' liner . .. .IIIt"\ : ;r''
.. .... . .. .... .....Klsnlmnipe.I .. I'r..I".t. this sale of said bonds Indebtedness, M be ex- of the thrifty settler to till the Hnnilnirl 1lnliltvu .. t',1 dll'1If7IHI' ) atr..I.III.: .. .. . . . . .. .. .. .. .. 110Hmnilsnl \ ; '
I clerk. .. .. .... .,. . ...Maultun.y \headed l In rebuilt lower the rata present of IntureHt. not tne..e..IIII.r fertile soil which abounds In Nd s.... <'inmty (Rye .. . II l 1M' 4:17: / /Ml . .. . . .. .. '" . . .. . .. 1 noMult ,.li:. I II""acrall.II ,
ot t the town at a now Buouirlt to Give One About "... I'lnt. eNtre dirk. ... irk..e, t'
[iiurtem| anil olllcen nt Tallahassee, t'la. and lni ,rovlntr the Town ofTltnsvllle \ ) . . .8l1.: 4 (Ml H IHlllunim's ,<
cent | Here can be found quail Uir nt whisky n leor. "44" Rye . . .. . ...3 7A/ ami II /MlH.K I'oliiiritKr, oupurtnd| . . . . ....., :lOIG' .
CIRCUIT CUU11T.B Florida, under\ the direction uf the game. ,|..| . .. ..4/10/ S /Ml 121M. 1I".AI.I"to." . .. . ... .. .. . .. ......, :'fa: 'r vi .
3.Jones,TltiiBvllle.Circuit Jmlirt. : Town Council ; bo siiliinUtAil the l to. the electors prescribed. of key and] Jeer hunting to suit[ the most "You consume, four J pints of whisky[ Mult. WlllnUr . . a 7IIIHI/ U /Mll (iuluvayreach Hiont I'liitu . . .. . . . . II :at ,:J '

I linen, Orlanilo I .. Pronecutlinf; Attorney. the by law town at an having electl n to iinalltlcatlons be hold nn tutu 42nd day. ardent huntsman.Tltusvllle a year" sold tile nmateur clieinl[ t. Brand . 375 I IS 'IHl) tt /IMIAppia Jugs Free-Not ,.'a
hnnit form-Fourth Monday In March. Is hereht illrecteil iiriiiuiy ... . .. . . .n 7d/ n (no II/WI'/
fill form-Fourth Monday In Uotpber. of May, A.Issue U.; HUM'his t And proclamation the Mayor; In accordance: has shelled street electric "Now, dou't be angry or Knocked. I """","111111 .,. . ... .. ,.... .,...a Mil 4 !27/ VI Prepaid. r '. \:

herewith to, prescribing the place. and .manner of lights a reliable bank several fine mow that you're a strict teetotaler, U..llev.iln.*| .. . .. ,... . ., ... .8 711 B IHl 0 /Ml) HI.Oil |her (IK).-Ityn, (tin, ('",n. fI..IOr.'I.' .. i p''
BREVARD CObJU'Y COURT. N the by whom .11 "4. l I Item . ,",
and x-rsous fltll-lIfe.IHn, lira, Kins
election "
holding said |p jut just the same I know that you've lice ,
"miner .... . .......County Judge, It shall b. conducted, and that ha publish said. brick stores a Hoard of Trade five M'iiintnn 4 ornAlwifonl .. . .. .. . .. .8 711I/ 'IHl II /Ml' (Jimllty.M.no ;\
I'ltuliltm' absorbed that much alcohol. IIow7 JNmnla, ,, heel . .. . ,.. .. 11 O4' W 1 M }
.rroseoutlnic Attorney In a published In said. a ( per 01\1.-! Ryu Ole, (tU. Ru.... Host :(.::1.11' '
proclamation newspaMjr| fisheries[
i tanning
: :: : : : white churches large . . .. tl
ewwart :. :. ..County Clark for lour ancTasidvtt' weeks il n in . a 7(1( 1110./ II /Ml fur tale "f'
town tif Tltusville Will simply eating lireinl. money. .
f nuir TVrin! -Seronil [ May next, preceding the holding of said election. extract and palmetto fibre factory by lrnie HrnnilvKliitfnf . .... .... .. .. . 3711 n IHI o /M *::1.1".P I4NI.;.."41"' Rye Peach end Apple'|, .
Dimmer, Term, -Seunnd;: Monday In August Passed In council, ..t.a regular meeting, "It bus long l been known that thu fermentation I KMiirni'ky,, llfitirhfiti .....8711I/ mi! w, /mi, IIr..ly.Ipll"w..1 ly Aim.S)4 .i,7'1 j '
I open an Ice factory law and real estate offices Pert, .. ....r /M 75 7 Ml"
ill Torm-Koc..nel Monday In Novmiiiier.f this tutu day of April IUIMI. of bread cuimeil the formation rlmiry Augellca! ) a .00' per UI\I.-.VIf'I..r'' lt ty., Hnulnl Props
f I t Tarm-Second Monday In FeliruarJ.! well [ AMnrtnient, sllnwril' on .nil icimilii of tame prlne.I ItyH. M..alll".lItl... . 1
.:. RnLl.l-ts, an opera house a -organlzed I 1
KlHlAlt : of alcohol but it wan tiuppoxod --- -- .. .. -- -- -- .. -- .... ..- ,' "i f
shooting club a large
banJo an armory that It piinHpd. from the dough during u
[Wilker. Superintendent.Titusville.\ Town clerk. 1&O.I'H I Wont AdiniiM Ht. Jall4Nonyllle, Irln. gyp
R. WILSON. Mayor. and comfortable hotel overlooking the 'M :
ITI--E.. II. Arnold JII\I..I"oq. :; R. K. Mlms, "Approved ho process of baking. Several sclvuIxU v ,
|ilunaventura. ; J. A. Carter Tiirnbull. bay besides a number of boardinghouses have proviil that lirend when

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.u.Cnnklingcltalrman. . In various parts of the town. ready for eating contalnn an average CHAS.: BIi: '"tT: :b.I.r: & 0 0 "rf "

[ Tlllmani; Wm. R. Now therefore I, \II Wllsim.. mayor lit< Titnsvllla The facts as presented should, havea of .SOO per rout of nlroliol to the loaf.
In.hv and JACKSONVILLE, r-lA, 4
''r. Tlnmvilln Indianola. by the authority vested In law 817 510 W. lI.p e.. i
John R Mlot. ;
| Wuotun, Cocoa; ; T. J. Coo k sbutt, Laihr In accordance with the above resolutions, dolerahy tendency to direct the attention of You must remember that In many

.>. announce, publish and proclaim that. anunrll'unrll of prospective visitors to our cosy countries[ strong liquors. are brewed 1
will be hold at the ( haiulwr. many
eacb election
,t "li>n are hehlllr.t Monday In the; town of Tltusvllle I : i-ll the 22ml\ day of "anti I town. In making their plans for. t ewln.ter. from' bread. KVUHH;: the mild Uuxslaneer / :.
hISS between the hours of S o'clock a. in,, III I brewed from brown bread ULh oTer
BUEVARD COUNTY OFFICERS. tormljie. the < ><
4 I o'clock p. m ,("Ste' nd.trd time) to .
ll'tnneyTltnsvllle;. .... .County Judge. (luestiim ot Issulnit bnnds.es: set forth' In the ", have a fine Masonic Hall In "Now If you eat 410 loaves of bread IIir ,
I'imlilra' Tltusvllla;. . ... ... Pros. ACt'9. .ireirolnit', re!olution of Council.: ; Those In favorof e every your you must perforce have nsslmllutud Z 0J
'few.rt.,-Itusvllla, ...,..County! Clerk. Issiilnic bonds to the amount above pro., Tltuavllle! where Indian River[ Lodge Ixvluss J
N'ttillnn. h'.... Ualllo.. ....Tax Assestw.iii nosed vote plain I tiapor bailor on twenty otinettt of alcohol v vin
I. i r..rl 90 F. & A. :\[., Indian RIver Chap
I ;;. . .. :me li'I-= of which I shall or printedthe No. which equals four pint of rye whisky.
Jilmrv Tltnxvilie., .,.... .. "rn.Treaanrer.. following words "for lusiilnir,: bonds: ," and! ter. Royal Arch :Masons: Friendship
IJalker.' Tltimvllle. .,Superintendent. :hose: : :opposed: :: will vote a similar: I ballot nn "In ten years," i-onrliidcd tho amn. 1

., TltiiBVlllo, . . ..County Surveyor. which shall he written or printud "Aifalnst Issu- Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Star; tour chemist impressively "you have wwI
.drawn TliiiKvllle Sheriff.' 'Inar b..III1." No. 141 Woodmen
and Titusvllle Camp -
I Vnrwuwl' 'rltn.vlile.RegletratlouiOfficerTiTCSVILLE TIw.e who rtlolpaW In said elnctlon must eaten 4XH loaves of bread and In

he registered voters of the town, then reslilinir of the World meet regularly. hut number of loaves Is about 20Q(
; : TOWN COUNCIL. : In the town, amt
hfln.-lii.. who I own real estate
|1.11'11'1.: '' mayor; .l. N. Waller inarshafIn have pal.l. their taxes for the prwwillmr.: : I veer. The Bust! Const Advocate Is published ounce >,of alcohol or till equivalent to 12QTS, rb QT 1:, .r

.ill. ...r.T.; U. Emits clerk and trew- And JI;hereby: appi'int I >,. K. fciiKlish, T N. Deckr every Friday[ morning and by a nineteen quart of whisky. Think of $ 00 1k
'lnhi; illi>nry, taanne.iori (I I. A. Stewart and fapt,('herles. .Knlt-n. h"...B<;%t.r-; fit said I 4- I r ,
IWllnn.. E! L. Hraily. O. n: Prltohwrrl .anti,/ election, and VY II. Hall' clerk of the samn.In glance through Its advertising columnsyou the saturnalia you have been on for

i kanntnq,! alderman| | The council meets testimony:: wlwvof: 'i i lime hMreiinto sin my can easily see who are the p-roml-! I the last. ten yen r.., and you never knew t .,...
ri" eAa'neach' I month. hand and. ..lIli...'l. the semi nf the t..wn..r 'tithetulle / Ii
TITI'lVU.LR'' HOARD OF TRADK.I lo ha alllxail at riiusvllla. Ha.. A"rIlIlLh. n-ent merchant of our town-men who enough to complain of a big head In + Lif ''i I'sir / 1 11
l IHOI! : the morning."-Now York I'resn. q T
I \\lUhlllll.' president; .r. M. Dixon treiin- B. R. Wit.so*. are up-todate citizens and who are b

[ '.U, .Hunt' ........month Meats seoond Wed- Attest: :r.II. E.l l Mayor. asking for your patronage. Read the t ".
l'ii dttdn each their rooms. t
Town Work.L'ILLS .' i
Mr.. I' Trmtffr.nt
a its. on every page very carefully... -pr iII
William's of the Advocate will "Hen"[ supper tuy wife did\ sayopucthhig
Carbolic Salve Sample copies
: I'ILIY t 1'ILKS that cuunoil to 1 ,
Ih' .\rnlc" and Witch Hazel. be sent free to any part of Canada t'l l
InHlan; Pile OIntment In. !She used. the word devil whichexed ';
P bent Salve In the world for cuts, Dr. and the United States upon application t
Ulcerate[ i and ,' and other things I
Bleeding among
hw.'' tore trill cure /Blind inc.
ulcers alt rheum, tester
absorbs the tumors, aid I would hare her to that ti '
pedbamis) l and all skin eruptions. Itching PIl..It.! It not use

Kuaranteeil to give satisfaction, or allays tile itchioK at once, act Williams'Indian n" a poul- word, uponhlch she took me up most iili. for the Pabst Ilrew/fig/ '. Instead relief. Dr. HOW'H This! before Ashwell and
''Mfnniled. Price 2So by drugjcistg/ ilex. gives for cornfully, which 1.

nl.L(AMS :M'F'O. CO., Prop's. Pile Ointment la prepared ... We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardfor the rest of tho world!, I know not now t tstovew..egh.adls.CICleaads
Piles and Itching of the private par. i TAR FOLEY d O'sIEY TAR
Cleveland. O. In guaranteed. Sold by driigUtii. (- soy case of catarrh that cannot be days how to check all I would hero- >SKONET r
Every box cured by Hall' Catarrh Onro.F that would have r
afore, for leas than Oure.OoidsPrevent.Pneumonia

t\TYn.Hl'sE: : IIV wron c.rICAGO of tnutworth/ness MANUFAL7Clt all,1'It . bv mail tor .VK5 M'F'G and, (11.wlf.LI.IMM' 'I.0 PopXCleveland. J, CllXKT: : ,!k Co Toledo O.We made me strike tier. Ho' that I fear 1 fr
have known I'. J.
'r t r r.. liar with meal territory as as- O.IK the undersigned, without great discretion I shall go near
' r.nrb Om.e. Salary lS paid. week Cheney for the last 13: 'e.usp. and believe Slciaember the Full Name
---- to lose; too command over her, and
Pormntwnt Always
I. po.ltlon. No nvoeLment reD' ----- him perfectly. honorable In all business my

!-'I!.",. 'A. .rss7'is experience not .seutllli to ..............N.......... transaction. and financial! able to carry nothing do It more than giving her this. s .f''

1 *.. M \Kranches, Como Block Chicago. out any obligation merle. bv his firm. occasion. of dancing and other picas- 4 4f

.. ... \VAI.DISO Ki.tJfAX:! !>(ARVJIf. urea, whereby her mind Is taken up L axatwe BrO1.2!! QuJnme

Wholesale. Ir iael.'n, Toledo, O.Hall' roui her business. and fads other

Catarrh Cure l la tnken In'erna'ly sweets tmldps pleasing of nie. and no
: yoU RECEIVE A SAMPLE: [ !: actinic direct upon the blond end makes her that she begins not at all
in Two.
vA .. mucous surfaces! f.f the ..v.tem. Te tlnionlaU to Cures a Cold in One Day Grip t ,
to take pleasure in tiie or study ,
\ (.OPV or TIUH: p.'KRIT sent fI'.. Price 73 centrr
: : bottle. /Hold 1 bv DmvgUis.'' I pl..llw m. as heretofore"-Diary of

: IS TOt S Take Hall' Family rills for constipation. Samuel I'epys. &
6. (L. 01\ Box. 25c.:
t :IaJrt. LET YOU KNOW THAT _t ..- :
t" I Catirnuteetl .
l" t*"* A
i "nlv"loUhaftttMC. For
TO : editor of the ADVOCATE has some
"Di 1 .UmiMl r4 house In the WE WOULD LIKE YOU The
rw ....r ._10 are_..,then land for sale on M. Lucia TCI ter, which '' Ilchlnir. Bllnrt, Bleed Inn. protiudlag'lies.
u ta.bsasew a txl the s-Perry'Hnwtrf.*.- J BECOME will he nold cheap. He has no time to Druggists| are authorized to re- EAST COAST ,
r'q Seed Aaeral I t... to eli look after It. In a few years this land I fund moiiej:lf Paso Olntmtnt falls to

'h.. will be worth four times as njucb ate I are In 6 to 14 day (Tdc. Doe all Kinds and Description of
.0, M. rCKKV *, CO., : now nuked for It. See, or write W. A. I = I1'Trx-.Ir\T: Detroit, Mloh. t Ball,:Stuart.: Fla. JOn I'RINTIXO done at this o 1ee. }iC- JOB: ::E

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i BAN N]
at the 1'ontoltlca at TltiiHvllle. Florida, To the Democratic Voters of Brevard

as .eooml'Cla...s matter County : ROYAL

I hereby announce myself all a candidate COUNTY DEPOSITORY
t 1 CHABLK H. W.AI.TOH, Kdltor &; PnbllRliar.WMKLY for Representative, object to the "- Authorized

Democratic Primary May 15, 10UI.( I capital $IOOC
m .. DBVOTBD TO TH. DBTII will Appreciate your support and If [ 1' Paid up capital, $25C

1 OPMEHT or TB. IKDIAlf BIYBB, LAIC elected will in return nerve you faith ,, Average deposits,
J t "OBTIIA.D BIHOATffB BATSBOTIONS. fully. Very truly yours, Baking Powder -
t' ; WM. R. IloKF4Cn.
Dn! r>ntlnnan w. of a lvt.. meet !>. made perpally Transacts a General Bang
at thin. office or by writing. ;

To the Democratic Voters of Brevard

a M Obok,eta., maV be' made payable to CHABLRIIH. County i ..I Business,

i," WALTON,pu bllshr. At the urgent reqnoHt of my friendsI Ma..kes Cle&.1r'Brea..d and
Largest Oldest Bank
hereby offer my mime as a candidatefor on QH j1
for forma..;
1G ErIn writing, to the ADVOCATE
tlon ov .ny kind the writer will obliuebytnoloMo-' Kepresenlatlve, subject to the decision t ;Exohange bought and -in,, ,, ,n
;' JOlt a atftiupeil-atlUroBiied, envelope. of (tlia Democratic Primary to be r Countries/ pool
held May 11>lh. If elected I will serve

Address all oommiinloatloni to my constituents faithfully, and In line With Powder there is .... appreciated proll, ". .
7 { 4 c. EAST COAST ADVOCATE. with my platform as recently published. Royal Baking tr ittm..ut, alum evert fawn i.Intent: .nl via'!"

A I shall appreciate the support of all true '.A ( allkhltt .granted.COEIESI'Oxbt. .
TITORVILLE. FLORIDA. with the hands of
; f, Democrat, Yours truly, .' no mixing no sweat .\'rs

! 91 t -- WAnE II. JONES. } Empire Trust Coiinwni' 10"; ,,
the brow. Perfect cleanliness v.1Yy
; J. Oepiirtmeiit of Agriculture ,.greatest rturldaBwkandTrust. C.. 'ack..tlll'. ;,

,'.? i F Weather Ilureau-.Jupiter, Flu.LM1 FOIL TAX COT.I.KCTOK. facility sweet clean healthful food. rJJLTTJ s"\rILLE, I I...... \....
' ,
:! To the Democratic Voters of Urovard . .
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a' The following a comparative itato County: -- --- ------ -- -- --

/ went of temperature and rainfall for the, I cniulidate for re-election to the JT. :UHE-: :DC> :BI3I1VS.' :
am a
' ,'
+ week ending Tuesday, April :24. KKX1.) Full instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook"book
olllce of TAX Collector for Brevard County (Successor to Dubbing Bro .)
$r -100(1-1005- subject to the action of the Democratic for making all kinds of bread, biscuit and cake ,
DATE:. MAX. AI IN. MAX. MIN., G-CJNAradLacc: : :x :.SMITH: :
to be held 15
Primary May 1000 with Ro ral Powder. address.
" 18 711 70 711 ( 1C elected) I will give the duties of tbe any Badges, Checks, Door Numbers, Stencil, Ti oak mid Locksmith I\lIpplier.: || I
77 18
11) 77 70
( office the same careful attention that I -REPAIRING OF! GUNS!' AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTY- I

\ Qpl 21 20 711 77 (Ii0 711) 81)8j 77) 68 70 have In the pnat. Respectfully, ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. Gun and Revolver paits and keys at wholesale Trunks and Vnliucs KepainJ,

:,. I 22 82 7el :! 08 E. \V. HALL. . 2-24: Alain St. Jacksonville. Fla.
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j 2J: 81 70 81 fid -----. --- --

} Departure:H Total rainfall 77 from for normal'70 the week rainfall 77: .3:1 for: Inch.the 71 To the Democratic VOlt Tltusvllle TAX ASSESSOR Voters, Fla., .Mar.of Itrevard 0. 1900. Florida East Coast Rai.v"1'! )': TIII: SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAI

. week: minus .30 Inches Departure .

,,\a: .. from plus 2.L9Inchea normal!) rainfall. since. January 1, candidate belt County.I leave for to Tax announce Assessor that at I the will next bea ;Lr,:;:1 Time' Card No.; 65 In! Effect! April 16, I5 l ;3 f; Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

HAL. P. HARDIN' Official In charge..
M .. Primary Election May li tb. My past SOUTII-BOUND.-RnAD DOWN' NosTII.nGC'lt.r.AD; : Ur.NLaJ *
work leads me to believe that I am qualified ). II
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fill the and will n"u
POLITICS in Brevard county are to position, I appre No.78' Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
elate the of all lends. ). Nn. 211 No. .,"
support 8T\TIO S
my .
k not very exciting at present. Yours . ) D..lly 0 C..lly D'y
truly, _
., Things are moving along smoothly. W. II. HAJ.T.. 6.-; II 20llm Lv. .............". .....Jacxannv'11o! ......... .............\r 72"'I'M N. tlnmii Offices foot of Ifoguu Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone
.., Vapnt' II 2Nattt. ....... ,..,.I'olltll JIlIt.ollvUla./.v, 7 171.1 II 47um
7 : ut 40u ." ..... .Ana't.tlue. .. 1."tu 7 4. flT MUNNKRLYX General
K. Manager.
To tho Democratic Voters of Brevard agnn; +: I? noun: : ........:::::::::::::::: .osting-,:'; ::: ::: ::::::::;::;::: .:: g 51 :It I4dumP J. ,
/ A-r Chesterfield, Eng., James o' "1 11 Hr.n, ......... .. .........-font:. J.IIIIII'' %........................ :r. OI.1JI 0 "::1O'I'm .
Buxton has succeeded in walking County : ': 1300W ...........I'iTka. ;.:;'...::.......::.:..7.v: TMI ii'IOIIun', ---- -- -

2000 miles in 1000 consecutive I hereby announce myself as a candidate 79..put.! !!... II lU'LfI'v.' .................. . ,1'nletkn.. .=.........:..::......:.r 1\ 11'11I -..i>'."L1' The Oldest, KHtablUbed drain and Seed Hnu? in HieStiu. .
for the olllce of Assessor of Taxes -Y :l"I'w: .................. Ar............. ..--I'....I'.n 'nt"o ...... .......... ..... I.v .................. //10 1"1110
hours, losing 21 pounds in weight for Brevard county subject to the decision .................. /10/ l;alll L.'.................. .......Prn UU.ICO ..... ...............ArI Zpm;; ........ .....19pgnit
. during the ordeal.. : 118Jtnn 1.\\=:".:::::::::::-............1'tiioi.;..t::".:..:.:.:....:::.:....:. I.v.llflpm; 6 AwntU i
. of the eoiiuing Primary Election. I 111111 U ..1111)111, .. .............................I.IIJ. >lIlIt............................. .... 4 2epnt' //10 paaLiU.Irpnl ( YhlalitlWm.: : A. Sours. : cSC Cd
.1 URO. F. ENSEY.: t 1.11'111 ............... ......... Or..ond............................. U Mipm' n u10a'put '"
---- -------- -- 211'11I 1i ...................,".....I.Oyune. ........................... a46p111 4. .I ISSm. .
tR IION. N. A. BUTCH of 101'I'm: 1 Wytn; .. ............,. .....:.1'.rt Or"n.-:O ....................... II eapm 4. 67nm1010pnt '
Levy county FOR SIKMHKll SCHOOL ItOAItU. 2 Wpm" 'Ar.........................;ew flm.rlln............ .........., 8 ''Im 4. I Jill, , GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
; N Is a candidate for Railroad 1 f i.4'ITj. ; iI ArF..Lake:: ::: : lieteti. ..:...................)Il t'Im-' ---.r l i; ". ,
raf; 'tt: Commissioner. Senator Butch as To the Democratic Voters of Brevard II 2M"1 4. IIf'I.1I\ ." ."..._.......... tI..IlIfO City............... ....... .. 12lupm: ft 1'1"U \'
County: 41ana, _ M1 Uf'E-' !! _.....=02!:: :! dunrtlnn_ ...=::..l.. ....12. 4Apm0 1 A N Inii r Flour 'Meal and Fertilize
he Is usually known, has represent. I ) .1.111: 1 1"1'11\ l.v...................... N e4w'ISty \ ........................: 8 Ua'an 4 Urnm Grits,
.. the Florid I hereby announce myself as a candidate I It 1.1'.11I'' :2 1')1.11"k IIAL ...............".....l.v 2010pm S Iwta 1R11MA I14ILIr '
ed his county In Senate for re-election as a member of the 11 Alpm ii 1111'11I' H...; ...................... T'ItnaviOo.................... ...... '.. 2 O'pm 8 ()I'u' Iallylii Msw 2011( EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

; most of the time for the past twenty Hoard of Public Instruction for the 11:1: n r.II."n-" -Ar ,.......... ..............hnulordy, ...................... ..ff."V 17i, lllp,,, .
r is at present supervisor of First District, subject to the decision of b .: '1'0'' Il.' .'n I.V ..... ... ............. !SnnGrnl. ... ............ .. tAr AIr \ 1101'11I 11 1ullm Catalogue Free Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L.'R'y. and A. C L.Rij
years, the Election. : :yin; -n Irtnu 1N...............:::::::.:..:Tltuvllle.=:::....:....; :... ..,\f --2 Ospin 11 satin,
State convicts: and is capable of enduing Primary Pi xixot: It 61 Inn .. .".......................... Coons. ............. ................J.v 1 21 Pm \I 2Jnut ____ _un _ .. ___ __ _ _
in A. .T. CAllTKIt.. 1-' :. .n" .11\11'111 .......................... 11111..1118: 1 "Unt 2lMI.I .
holding any position our l'' . 2"..m .........................r....,Gna.o..a..y..I'. .. 1l: 47.m; 14'rtI "
to which he might aspire. Air. I ., 1:1(1": ". '. ............"... .....I"lb."r..o.......................... .. 1 H7"n I .
To tbe Democratic Voters of Brevard ..'1 I. 1Opm' ...........................r..I eb.allan, . ........................."" 11. r'''pm 1:1: iM"I. ; .&
Blitch Ie'an honest, conscientious! I. .m1 1111'111 .. ...... .......,...........Nt. 1..' cla.................... ......" 1JANum ]:COn'.,, MeMurray Baker
County : !a t ",''n..1 /II 1 1"'I"n; ......."..................1..t I'I..r'o.......................... ., 10 r.I nm 11 10I ,,:
and religious gentleman. that : 'sail' \ 511.1. ......... ..................Tihh..I: .............................". 10 17'1'' 11 11;11
respectfully announce I am a 'ynut II 1I""L" .. ....._.. .,................ F..holl .....................,........ FI 1'18IJI 11 1Api.'
-" candidate for member of tbe Board of .1')1'111' U 'IIJIII ..............................Io."n ............................. III twain II It',,. 401-413 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida,

PRES. ROOSEVELT was asked recently Public Instruction for the Second District . .4 U 2thun.tlmn: a T M17pna Tgnn:;: :: :::::::::::::;:::::::;::.Ilobeluul;;$ t.i;;; .:::.:.::::::::::::::::::: :..: 19 Ulnnt Slant: II 3 $2tysu Or:::;

subject to the approaching Democratic .l1. .ung 7101'111 .. .....,..;........... .\\ot."l'hor. ........................ l1MlIt! 1001'1"' -Makers and Jobbers of-
to give his interest and support Primary. Kespectfully yours, \ .' nil II 1-1'01 .' ........,..............1'To.t 1'111..1 1I01U'' .................... .. II .''Mm' IIIHJI'IIII.n
I to another international ex K.: E. MIMS. \ 8 Ilpnt II ........................,.1unynton .................. ........ N lO.lU: \ft Olr'lI1a

position. It is the desire of the a < :11 P N Dput lOj.u:;: ::C-j"::::::::::::::::':..tort 1 nLnadordniu.; I, : : ;;::::::::::::::::::::: :; 7 tN1n1 T:n lnN T N AUpntU NJptn::::: Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Materi

A7nm 11471".1 .' ............. ............... heels. . ............................... 7 Ilium 7110pm ,
people of Florida that such an exposition To the Democratlo Voters of Bievard 7 t so n P tpt" ...........................Itatlaod. be held in In Jan. County :iI 7' In t02.nt" : .. .' ....................totnnn'Imy.; ........................ 046.10: 71Ipn.t .
Tampa Is ..') 10( 0)1)111) A..................... ....Mami.! ...... ....... ........"...T.v tJ 81nua, 7 G'.I'I Saddlery, Rubber: Tires.
nary February, March, April and respectfully announce myself a candidate .11.. ............... 1.1....................a..._.... Ir ................. 8 ()<',,,
of 1008 the for member of the Hchool: Board 10 :.1.' .. ." .................. 0\1,........................ .MII.ml..l I.v................... 1 11',11'11I' First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
May to commemorate from the Third the
District subject to
beginning of the digging of the action of the Demooratlo Primary, on. I It': -' -- .1I..lnr'n...n triiiii2! !>Kiiil 73. DIJlret SIueptrlg'ar on trani: V3 n:1IOII. --- -- -- -- - --- -- - ----._.--,----- .--

Panama canal. The president was May 10th, Yours truly. l 1)11.., r..capt- =,.un'luy.- :. - ._ l\Cull'olby) l\InchhleI.: y COUlpunr: ,
not enthusiastic about the E. It. AiiNOi.n. ii23 ,; 1- ,/ -- I
proposition 11.1 vo.2r'' ;. :-.10.17. :10.1& No Dill- No.20 No.22 lat.IInJ" OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
ache said he had about all '. y
the work on hand concerning expositions FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 'Inly. 0311y Sun;. I Gaily !Jail I I Sun.Deily/ -j DlIy Dally/ OniUN' + SAW MILLS ENGINES AND PORTABLE BOILERS, "OUTFITS A IH'ECIALT\\

that ha well could stand. To the Democratic Voters of Urevard -;;- : ;;; :::: -;;; -Write for Calalollue-
n' Alnp, 209pIOOSILv.". "...Inrk.nnvtlle............Ar,, 7Ofla trop SUnp Pt'
I County: : .Ikndhleaknonvtlle..l.v I II 5.L. Ii tuJ.t12r2p SAp OL'o191'I. Sold on Easy '!'arms.. Cor. Ward and Jefferson Street j
ft 5'.p '
2'np100 n"
I hereby announce myself a candidatefor : :7': 1)I: n': 'un'ommt.t::: :: :: :;:;;::. : l1)blo, : lf'nrh....::::.::: :"I O: ;' NU1s: 192tq I; S0a';;::,, Sn'p
IOu 7"1' Sa"a" :! t lopIOIa 1 ............Atln'rta! Bosch.. ........_ "l Ul't '/flO."IlI'I\I.\.R''P! \ \ :
r REPORT STATE AUDITOR. re-election as County Commissionerfrom 10-1'1.(; _:...)_U!..lap n1)_l II I 01.1". Ar............... ttuyort;' ............J.v ia74na 1.11.' r,(" 1" II :'1' vT...fi ., ....... fMM..... f1i.+... ........ .fKMV1...eftfllt
the First District, subject to the )to

Democratic Primary Election, May Iflth. P:.'.:i. :!l'LA: !? AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONHECTKLNS AT IllAi.I.Cjso : l. RONALD:: cb: WZSX3E: : ::: ,

a Tallahassee, Fla., April 12: 1000.) Respectfully yours, C7oooa: : :I'1Lt.'

To Ills Excellency, Xapoleau B. IIroward . WM. R. W ALKlm. Connection Made st fllliml with!! Steamships of the P. (: 0. S. S. Company lor MARINE ENGINE SUPPLIES AND HARDWARE.

Governor. .

*, Sir :-I have tho Ijonor to report that To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Havana and Key West *

on March 10,10(10( concluded an examination County t tI *
of the county ollioea of Urevard Iieieby announce myself a candidate Two Sailings Each Week. I
County, to-wit : (Clerk of the Circuit for ro-electtou as County Commissionerfor *
Court, Tax Collector, '1'rea8l1relCounty the Second District subject to the Trains Discharge: Passengers: at Ship's Side No Transfers. **

l Judge, Sheriff: Superintendent of Public Democratic Primary to be held May 15th. .
Instruction! and County Corn miaalonere.I ThesoTlmoTnblMnliow the timer at which I rain a \nay bn exported to nrrlvo. ot. "
J. K. MIOT. 1) : I the navoraltmloiii I ,. but their nrrlval departure at the tlmvi,lnt'd l In noli ' I
find that; the Clerk of the Court had :o.l tuUCuiupany to bt> hoM. re>.i>unKlblu Curanyuelaysoruny: oouau.1uunuuvart.' I >:> .. ,,. : *
on hand or had accounted for all Tax "" r

Certlllcatos with which he was properly To the Demoorullo Voters of Brevard For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other InJormutlc.'SEE .;- .*.* I .

charged That his books, as County County: "
Auditor, are neatly and correctly kept, I THE TICKET AGENT. Send to us for the Spit Fire Plug-The Best Plug Made.
hereby announce myself as a candidate
.. and Ills mluutus as Clerk of the Hoard of for re-election I. O. RAHNER. As"t. (l- "l. Pass. Act.. *-T. AUQUSTINH.' ? Fl.A. ;t" S I.50 each-Postage paid by us.
ii Commissioner -" .
County *
County Commissioners are full and complete for the Third niatrlnt.. subject in !!*****-***.*-*******-*!'**-**-*** **** **********-******

and ---- ----- -- ------ -. -. - --- - - -
are published In the '
monthly the-li cl lonli8; Democratic i Palmary;

I county papers.I to be held ): tll.
tlnd tho Tax Collector Ire collected May Yours truly TJTUS'V'XLLID: : I..IVI7RY .A.J3LEJ.: Lorillard Boat: Co.

I and turned over to County Treasurer all II. A. CONKLINO. ,

) moneys with whloh he Is charged and p. u p? TITUSYILLE

,>" that his tax rolls for 1001, lU{):.', 11KCI: and. FEED AND SALE a, SADDLE HORSES, FLORIDA
1M!)( stand balanced. To the Democratic Voters of Brevnrd

l; I find the office of the County Treasurer County: ...STABLKS.' .. BUGGIES, Boats Bought Sold and Built to OrdEJc..giri.es

_ _ systematic, his book neat and correct I hereby announce myself as n candidate ! ,
and he has charged and distributedall for county commissioner for the BAGGAGE ',I SURREYS
public moneys that have pone Into his fourth district, subject to the action of : : Xn-stsilled.:
6 hands. On March II), 1)0!) ), he had on the and '
Democratic primary on May .\. TRANSFER TURNOUTS of BOATS CAREFULLY STORED FOK THE SUM liiER-Repreeeotatire|
hand )
$4,123.0'2; distributed follows
General Kami . . . . .* 708.1School : T. A. KOIIINHOX. HAULING ETC. ..all kinds. the T. & M. Reversible Gasolene Engine 1>" to 25 horse power The'evt+ID
of this
Fund . . . . . . . 125: (1)(1)( engine the kind In "Florida and the bent on tbe market J"

County Koad . . . . . . 4.1: 07 To tho Democratic Voters of Itrevard .boat at place of business-end of City Wbarf.

Fine and Forfeiture Fund . . 5,211!! 1m County : J'.M.c zL2a -- h _ _ _

i F. F. for feeding prisoners . 210( !III'>rnulldlng At the solicitation of friends I an. TITUSVILLEIn:: rear of Robbing' Law 0171ceFLORIDA SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO TUB ADVOCATE

Fund . . . . . 11 41 nounce that I am a candidate for electionto ..
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nameVar.len Fund. . . . . . 1,208 011 the office of ; --- --- -
County Commissioner
e ; Special Property Road of Deceased Funds I'ersons. 1 SO for the Fifth District, subject to tbe A Lucky I'ostmlstres.s! I-WliEUNT YOU WANT TOMATOUNITED : : PAPER

action of the ensuing primary election. la wbo
: Mrs. Alexander of Cary, ]Me.,
1 I>lst. :Nit. 1. . . .4'12 PJl: .
.. T. J. COCKSHUTT. has found>r. Klng'i New Life 1'ills to
*. . . . 3-JO: 2V SAY YOU wArr '
,lr be tbe beat remedy she ever tried for
3. . . . iiu: ao -
,'* keeping the stomach, liver and bowels .
4 1 . . 200 (110 72112:
To the Democratic
Special School Funds Voters of Brevard In perfect order. You'll agree with herIf

Dlst. No. 1. . . .$:Sun< no The County: lou try these painless purifiers that
'" many friends of Mr. Chas II. In Rod
'S new life. Guaranteed by the I
2. . . . 51 : 3.17: fi7
:1'7\\ hrrrby announce him as a can Cross Pharmacy. Price 23o.
Spec. School Chap 038.1\ ) . . . 331) 04)S ) didate for County Commissioner for the

Fifth District. Low Rates to .Jacksonville.On .
| ,123: Oil: MANY FHIKNI '
I find the records
in the office of
April ilOth and May lat, the Atlan
County Judge complete and systematically tlo Coast Line will sell round trip ticketsto
FOIL Sri'K.UVIHOIt OF luca'rn.\Tlos':
kept. :
Jacksonville for one drat cUss fare
The office of County
Superintendent To the Democratic Voters of Brevard plus 2.1: eta. Ticket are good to return
Publlo Instruction. I tlnd neat and systematic. County: up to and inclusive May 6th. See ticket ..

I am a candidate for renomluation by agent at your neaueetpoint. rr p
Owing to Illness the family of the SA."Y
the Democracy of Itrevard Yours truly
Sheriff I could l not make
r an examination the otlico of supervisor of rrjtl tratioD. FI&. .NK C. BOYUJTOX.
of his but he I Is
If nominated I promise a continuance ofa District Passsenger Agent. a .
funds ..
of that
promptly come Into faithful performance of the duties of .. EvERY BUNDLE Jt, .i iBV"rito
OF -
his '
hands. QENTJENS:
the olllce. :Soliciting the .TAKE
All of which Is respectfully submitted. support of all -We have been sending out many: '
In the primary on !tf"11:1th: hundreds of of : : :J z: Saxn.plos.:
W, 11. SADIKK:! ,. extra copies the EAST :8Cr: : halo by
I am *respectfully, COAST ADVOCATE the few week. ::E1.A.ST GOdST _
Assistant State Auditor past IaQ -
>Y. S. OR\VOOD. to help the Indian River country DEEt.: dt:: S'UPPLY G01W:: ::

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................................................... Rockledge.FIRE Fort Pierce.St. FRED'K A. MORGAN.\ PERCY. WALTON.


INsrilAXt:: In it-liable oninimnles at ]..uIe county I. claimed to be the Morgan & Walton
******************** : luwent ra[<'". Kiwi KKtiite: handled! on ooramUMon. banner county in the state. The editorof tt
Abntim-m. jtloHOA M WAI.T.I.I. this paper baa some land for sale in
Tlttmvtlle Fla. that county. He will sell 1C cheap for t"\Lsvillo" Fla.

No".sV Notes. Contributed bv Our Uegu1nt' : The Hatch family went to Oceanus on cash. This land will, no doubt trebleIn '
value In a slioittlme. Now Is your
Corps of East Coast Correspondents Sunday time to buy and hold It, as the pineapple

.. Mrs. John Frey spent last wetk atOc"aolla plantations are rapidly extending.-Ad- FIRE INSURANCE.

$.N .................... .........._.-.. TTTTT H..T..T& Cocoa with a plU'tyof friends from, dress, Chas. II. Walton, Tltusvllle FItC. \.

please send all communications\ Eau Gallie. Prof. Wakelield and mother, of Cocoa .S. Emerson left for Tampa, Wednet* RELIABLE\ COMPANIKS: -LOW1':>T RATKS:
\Uited tile of It. K. Mims
Items for publication to "Editor I : Kmuday. family on day moinlng. PROMPT PAYMENT OK LOSSKSy, ,

LCATB!:, Titusville, Fla." Edmund Mrs:\ C. A. Justice returned from her
SA R.\II ('. HOLx19ON-Fill Diy and family loft foi their .
RU'IAN AND 8UH northern trip, Saturday night.
I OR< :<. Eau Callle, Flurh..... summer home In Seymour, Conn., on
Wo cannot guarantee to publish '1'h I\I'Mlli'Y. Mr. Hamor, of Ankonn was a pleasant ABSTRACTS.

that do nor reach this office before Summer weather and shoners. :\11'. and Mis.
a on Thursdays.Jffill ; Col), I'eriv and family leave thU week homo Monday: after pleiwant visit Stetson left, Saturday night, for SEE IF YOU HAVE A GOOD TI TIM TO YOUR PROl'KRTY. "
fur llinzll, Inil.W. with relatives points In the northern part of the Mate, I

correspondents oblige uit by T. Wells, of Melbouine\.. In Eau {Ir. and Mrs. E. W. Wallnee left on on a ihort visit.

iintr the' names of people and places Gallie on Monday hunt Monthly bur Chicago, until tiro season The Rev. Tompkles held services at I REAL ESTATE

Klilnly aspoHslble.? J'he K. M. I111 return tn harno and uIell"la Machlnac.Mis. the Methodist. church last Sunday morning .

Hotel du Nil, next.. uinmr lIe.'snip. Alexander Millar, with her son, and evening. Large congregations
tlaiiold left ou :Sunday: for New York, wore In attendance' HANDLED OX COMMlhSIOV.: : TIMBER:\ \ I LANDS FOR SALE. .
The [IlatusHoo\
Melbourne. of Melbourne, was on to moet her husband.! Mis. E. C. B. Tyudall; has been In town
lfodgson's<( ways, on Tuesday Uxt. the last few days visiting her mother,
Mis. J. A. Hoot Mary I1 Hoot and! C. Your Business Respectfully Solicited. .
S. I. 'cff"r.JR, of Canaveral, was In Robert loft, Thursday, for their sum Mrs. A. K. Hogg. Mr. Tyndall was a

nuRD! W iOO(>DE.-R a! KBUite: Notary Eau boat iallle with lumber on Tuesday and lust, loading his mer home In ItiUtol Couu.K. : pleasant visitor in town Sunday. Reference: Indian River Mate Hunk, Tltusvlllo, Fin.
i!bile mil (Vinveyunonr. Anent for Anna supplies liev. Moisworthy assisted by Kev. ,
Hartfordm I :N. Chalkor has taken of the -
UeriHK. .1 l and Lonnonancl Globe and Some fiDe views of the K. charge Tompkins, Is holding a series of meetings
M. I. of lyn- ,
,, attentionIjil !Merwln
Companies. Hpnctal property, and has moved his
[1"0ran09 / ..
W tee Interests of non.reMdentB. don, Ky., and Eau Oallle, Fla., are to family into the Burton in the Methodist church this week, I
--_. .- hand, in the Rest End Pharmacy of Dr.) cottage on ave. which l Is attracting large congregations; /< ,

Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, Hodgson. Chatlleld Mrs Itreck lett and here laughter; Mrs. E. A. Mrs II. B. Paxton left, on Friday BANKING{ BY MAILis

(pink paper of the East Coast, will be Alex Near and his' well plant returnedto summer homes-New, Tuesday Haven, Conn.,: for ,their and night's' ; train for bt. Augustine; being
Lived at the Melbourne Postoffice. Eau' Gallie nn Monday night; last, af completing an artesian well at Ilardovtlle daughter; Miss" Grace, who was operatedon
Hutchens and Miss Mary Lyon Flu C. A. Smith has put In a turning lathe for apueiidlultla. We are glad to not only safe and practical but often more
I spending i a few days In Jacksonville Dud buzz and ..1..II..aw. etc., In bill new learn that Miss Grace l Is getting along
I they go to their Waukegan home. Mr nnd Mis. Paddisnn enteit.ilned on shop ou Uockl"dite avenue, which will nicely. convenient than banking home-
Monday eve last, in honor of Miss
Perry, bo
a $great accommo.l.ulou to the people
IptnndMrs. West left on Tuesday of Brazil, lad, who left on Tuesday for hope The baseball games, Mondaydrew out certainly more confidential.Send :
their home at Bunker Hill, III., .fob her home. large ciowds.. The morning game was a .

"II by the best wishes of Melbourne Eau!: Gallle's citizens nice Hon. O. S. Ilartleo. and Edmund Day runaway for Cocoa, but in the afternoon :
ride: raised a sum are each erecting! lai go additions to their the )Foil fierce team was assisted by
In aid of the city of /ban Francisco. Cal., packinghouses, which show tbey expect Kacey; Trice and. Hendrix, of Jensen us_your savings today ''f',
this week which .
noughfon's fine Dentos I. was forwarded to the -
a large crop of oronges this coming and was n very even /game< Cocoa havingonce
bored In the Melbourne harbor Dr. Mayor of that city by our town clerk, 11. season. I here dance
one advantage.; was a

ihUalso friends herO on board and la makingy W.Miss' Christian Minnie Danforth, who has spent Court Judge, published Penney's .article in last on week's the County ADVOCATE given night in by honor the band of the In visiting the town team.hall, that All We will 4010 I' ,;

eo B. Lyon and wife left on Satur- the winter with her sister Mrs Harry IA. good one, for It tells the puu- seemed to have spent l a very enjoyable pay you IL j
for their home In Waukegan, III. Hodgson, will leave for Cincinnati, 0., pIe of Brevard county something they evening
'ir beautiful Melbourne home Is on Tuesday next. It is hoped Miss D.in- did not pievlounly know By all means + .
red for the summer, and their, fine forth will retain to Eau Gal lie this' com- let u us retain the County Court. Every Caught Cold While Hunting and allow you to withdraw'I' : I"'"' "

ucb, Pblllppa, In now snugly shol- ing winter. resident of the county should rend that llurghir. N. '
.'(1 In Its neat boat house on the banks I
Eau Gallio will article.
rane oreek.Ira. the north point have of the a permanent entrance to lighton the Mr. Wm. Thou. Lanorgan provincial Without Notice.t ; J ;'
(Constable] at Chnpleau, Ontnilo, says:
Eau Uallie river. This II The IUDon Inhabited. .
N. Scott and Mrs. Ilegley; who was much needed "I caught a oevore cold while hunting \ f. '
been guests of Hotel Carleton all by the Urge fleet of fishing' ; craft and Science baa proven that the moon has .., burglar In the forest awttnip last fall. ji
on, left on Monday for their north. yachts using this harbor after night fall, an atmosphere, which makes life In sumo Hearing of Chamhoi'lulu's Cough : j "
Remittances Now York draft .
home in Canton O. These nice peo as a harbor of refuge, as well as a home form possible on that satellite; but not Comedy I tiled It, and after using' two may made by ., ,
have spent several winters In Melee port. The building la being put up this for human beiiiiiw, who have: a hard small bottles I was completely cured." order "
We are always glad; to see them week, (i. F. Paddimm. granting; the site. enough time on this earth of ours; especially This remedy In Intended especially for postal or express money ', r

IrD.ra.. C. G. Redstone Id now working on the those who don't know that Elect,to coughs and colds.. It will loosen and currency in registered letter, or' :; ; 'jk r//

Henry Sutton, a pleasant guest; light; house' at the mouth of the Eau Bitters cure lie dtche: biliousnexs, mar relieve a severe oold In less time than by checks. '
piie Bellevue, left on Tuesday for here Uallie river. The light will bo about 31: laid, chill and fever jaundice: dyspepsia any other treatment and III'' a favorite \
In bt. Louis Mrs. Sutton for feet above the watei. Paint has been dizziness, torpid liver, kidney complaints wherever Its supoiior excellence has become .

18' has been a great sufferer from donated fur the building and work also general debility and female weaknesses known. For wile by all dealera. ...1-, .
Jlima, and while In Melbourne l 18 en volunteered by several of our citizens Unequalled| as a general tonlo ------.--- The First National l Bank : :
appetizer for weak and +
\I ly free from It. This la her second When Eau Gallie docs any thing she persons Low Rates To Iliriiiliigliain. rl ,'
especially for the aged. It Induces ,
does It well. .
tar here and she hopes to l'elUI'O. bam providethe v
light, and the building and light will sound sleep. Fully garrantoed; bv the i'' 'a
apt. T. C. West has sold his. beautl-! come under the jurisdiction of the light Red Cross Pharmacy. l'rlceooly/ Almost nothing no far has been Bald Miami:: ::: Flo.. ':/:) I t

property known a* Hector's Island, house Inspector from Charleston, S. C. about the General Conference of the j
W. NieUon of Hoqulam, 'Vall h., who Methodist Kplsoopal: : \ Church, Mouth, May State Depository. City Depository. .;;;t i',,
ned here with his wife and two Georgiana. :.Ird to June lAt, at Biirnlnnham. The
liters last week. Mr Nielson is Death Kate in New York fare for this occasion will bo one fare Assets $500.0 O.OO. 1): .

anlng. to make a number of valuable aiul Chicago. Misses Ula and Nellie Geiger, of Lotusweie plus 25 cents. from Jacksonville ortl.t.lO ... . ) I I
- -m. u --
rnvements, and no doubt next sea- : and correspondingly; low rates. .
r tiring November and December 100.1: visiting' Mis. Ilaldwln Tuesday of It
i, Melbourne will have another hotel from all! other points In the State of Flo /11:
last week,
one /fifth of the deaths in New York and
,iccommod.ite visitors. We extend a I rida. railroad will the
Any agent give :
Icome to Interesting; family Chicago were from pneumonia. Foley's Miss} Hattie Bower was calling on Miss' rates upon application The dates. of v+..,;aJ, About that line) of ,it4KBBN ;
----- Honey and Tar not only stops the cough; :Minnie Hughes !Monday afternoon to sale are April\ ilOih, May 1st and 2nd.
but heals and strengthens; the lungs and bid her good-bye.; The returning limit of these tickets In.

Grip( Quickly Knocked Out. prevents pneumonia so d:> not take Mis. McFarland and :Mrs. Carter June 3rt.!. Origins! purchasers of such KUTTER GOODs -F. 'I
'some chances on a cold wearing; away when wore +
weeks ago; during the severeter tickets may secure an extention of tlio
Foley's! Honey and Tar will cure you calling on friends In the north end! of
weatlieiboth my wife and my.Jcontractedsavere final! limit to -exceeding June 'Huh:
: and town {Saturday: afternoon.Mr.
quickly pi event serious results
colds which speeciIcvclopoil by personally depositing their ticketswith '
Into the worst kind of la Hold by the lied Cross Pharmacy : Kingman' and wife, and nephew, Joseph Richardson, Special Agent, They can't bo ,{ ,
pre I with all! Its miserable symptoms," Mr. Ford, are comfortably settled in the Blrmlugham, Ala., between the hours of heat(1.
!Mr. J. S. Kg'eston: of Maple Land- Mims. Munson cottage for a few weeks., 8 Ill. m. and (\I p. m., not earlier than May !. / I' .:'
Iowa. "Knens and joints aching . 1st nor later than June IIrd upon pay. ,
Mrs. A. L. Brnner and! Miss Minnie
solos sore, head stopped up, eyes and Hughes were visiting :Mrs Kate Jailer ment of CO( cents at the time of deposit. ,, Sold by ''iJi'JAS. '
'e running, with alternate spells of Full Information will be given at the
Gardeners are shipping beans and tomatoes and daughter one day last week.
Is and fever. We began/ using Cham time of depositing ticket. As this Is
pa's Cough Remedy, aiding; the Last Sunday Mrs. Clement took dinner such a short distance from Florida and : PRITCHARD & : ;
119 with a double dose of Chamber. Alex: Carllle/ of LaGrange, was a guestof with Dr. Wlttfeld' wife and the there are ><> many MethixlUts. In Jacksonville 4 SON, r ,
'i Stomach and Liver Tablets and J. /. Kyzor on :Sunday Doctor dined with Mr. Clement. and Ilse I State of Florida who will i.t"" .'
tie l liberal use soon completely knockout take advantage of this opportunity to TIT USVIJ.U:' Fiat "( ;11''
Mrs. Moore has been quite ill for several The genial Dr. Holmes, was in town '\ ':
the attend the General Conference the Atlantic
grip.; Sold by all dealers.Lotus. days, with Dr. Wilson attending. Friday night visiting his many friends ), K! I
Coast Line being the shortest and ,
\ '
who are a)ways very glad to see him. ;., :
If want In connection with the
you some supeilor orange or quickest route
vegetable land, this Is the place where Mrs. (Handy, Miss: Peachcyand Mrs. J.OlllllvlllelOll Nashville Railroad, via N N .... I II

you can get It. lemons 1 went driving a few days. ago: Montgomery: there naturally will be a
as far south as Mrs. Oieen'n, at Lotus large movement via this route. r. t .works.t.: fi '
et your Clyde Line tickets from the Mrs. .J. 7.. Kyrer Is spending a few Through sleepers' and coaches, If a Daytona Novelty ,
ot at TltuBvllle. days with' Mrs. E. C. btrahan, of West Mls Mary Wlttfnld was. calling on sufficient Dumber present themselves to I jE. J'f
Palm[ Beach.W. Minn. llattie Bower, M).HI>S Eva and Nellie warrant the of j t.I t.
or running a
guarantee ;
Irs. S. A. Osteen returned, this week, Owen and "Anntie" Hughes Monday
n a visit to Putnam B. Strahan and, Mrs.- V. Clayborn afternoon. load) or condie( will leave Jacksonville t f DILLINGHAM Proprietor. : .
county. returned to West Palm Beach, after a at !H ::0.r p. m. In addition to the regular <

erybody has finished shipping beans week's visit In Mime ou Thursday.Io II. K. Hughes and wife E. M. Hughes or extra slenpuiM, on April 30tu, May )1st First Street, Near Freight Depot. 'e';;1':
I are now"shipping tomatoes, cucumS and daughter; MU Minnie, were down and 2nd. i. J '
etc tt Price ban purchased five acres and Mrs. Wlttfeld Mr.\ Frank C. the District KLOIIIDA. .1'bollo t
to see Dr. Haturday Boylston. I DAYTONA, t
land from Mr. Blood- :)
more of hammock : afternoon. Passenger; Agent of the Atlantic CoastLine i.
? D. Tucker and wife, of Stuart are worth, and will soon plant orange trees would bs glad to receive the name -] 70- ; t
'flag? Mrs.. Tucker' Mr. Peck who has. just 'spent his
father, Dr. Ca- on of who contemplate this route, and
'a' for a few It.We twelfth winter here, at "Grandma" Mun- any (
that the Jo'. E. C. Co. has make reservations for them or give r t
hear Ry. sons, left on Tuesday for his home In any Mill thoroughly remodeled and equipped for all kind of +
Trackers would be pleased to see a taken off the Wiley avenue station. This Greene, :X. Y. any further Information they may da- < I. '
'''d'' rain, as tomatoes are showing will Inconvenience several large orange sire ____ ___.___ '
n of drought In W. P. Clement, wife and daughters,
growers.P. Miss. Catherine and Mr.. Conover I lev I I'M Island Torture ''I
Mary '
Frames Sash Doors
"lr. Window Frames Door
llisbue field of | jr jri
has been quite ill with a L. Kyzer has a 10-acre() and bright little lion, Clement, and two s\
y severe blooming. He I Iw no worse than the terrible cane of ,
cold, but we are pleased toe watermelons, which are maids, left Wednesday, of last week, for .&;
she Pile. that .Illicted ID Then I
is me
carloads to Georgia year.
Improving rapidly. expects to skip by New York. i 8CKKF.NS: BHACKKTS, MOUfdIINGSPine : ,
and South Carolina. was advised to apply Bucklen Arnica
week Ire Pendarvls I. expected home Tltiisville In Born to Mr. and! Mrs Honeywell, Fri Salve, and lose than a, box permanently ( or Cypres.. ) All kind. of Turning, Colonial Column S "':' r
from near Jacksonville, where O. A. Stewart of was day morning, an i IHt pound daughter: cured me, wi Ite* L. S.1Yaplerof: JCugles,
nan been visiting for three months.. :\111118 on Sunday looking at the orange Tbev are wl'h Mr. Taylor and are receiving Ky heals. all wounds, burns and sores with plain or carved capftols. i ,: i
Praying orange groves will soon be grove and residence of J. B. Chamber- the very best of care, and both like maiflo. to at the lied Cross Pharmacy Cabinet Work and all kind of "St.ir Work and Inside FnUli. "

rogue( and grower are getting; their lin, with a view of buying. are getting along nicely. Tltusvllle, Fla. My Moulding are always bright and well finished. i .
r'oa -- - ..
an.ll pumps In order for business. Miss FlossleTaylor finished her school Leland Baldwin Is making cement
last Friday, and returned to -E1iI'I'Ar.: DISCOUNTS TO CONTRACTORS ON FRAMES, ,)
flie term the under
blocks to wooden I
pigeons replace one Z
t fall/ have purchased Increased: by to rapidly Dr. Capron that her home at Cocoa, 'Friday night, muchto their house-It will take about thirty. Marine Gasoline Engines MOULDINGS! ETC ,'.i'I,' . '
'"build the regret of. the little ones. '1'heyare the best !kind for this climate, ,
lug additions to accommodate .. .... ....... .... .... ... ..: .. ,
''m, C. 's. Ballon met with quite a a. those made of wood soon decay. Manufactured by- .++...N.+.++ +..N + ++ ++ +

Mrs. .. .. . . .. .. '. t
t. E. I'cndarvi. and Wideman Booth painful accident a painful accident on Mr*. J. B. Bower who has been visitIng Termaat & Monalun Go - "'!,. I
: here. {Saturday by falling and wrenching the her brother, Frank White, at Dayton ,
e, to attend Tuesday the morning Methodist for Confer-Tltus- muscles her back from her spine. Dr. u, for two weeks, returned hoi.e OSHKO3H:! WIS.rneC S. B: Tarts' ;
Tltusvllle is attending hflr. .
' now In session there. I'I'e Itollins, of Monday.! Unfortunately she was. quite
We are In favor of a No-Fence Law sick one week during her visit, but I Is ,

New York Sights. for representative Brevard county will act, and accordingly.hope the next A much. J.better.J. Hammer. who bold an Important Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Novelties 4

dry county, and no-fence county oughtto position with the Georgia; ; Cypress ,
then you visit :New York be sure to Increase the population of Brevard Lumber Co., of Brunswick Ga visited
on the Manhattan: Auto-Cars county. _ Miss. Margaret Rassel. at her boarding {
tee Lptown, Downtown, or ChIna- place at Mr. Baldwin's, Saturday and
s.ra Human Illo< l U lrk". I Sunday returning to Brunswick, Mon :EAU: GALLIK, KLOKIDA.TITUSVILLZ 7 1 ur

, leave Hotel Saranac, Broadway -- --. .' - -- -. -. '. .--- . .. .. .. ..
' of horror was told by marks of day.E.
"'orty-seoond trip street, every hour. A tale blood In the home of J. W. Wil! M. Hughes and daughter, MiM. -ir' "

.; ea"(n'
liUIl.l\oJfs.\ telling you all about Pub- Revere hemorrhage of the l fW.yd< They have spent the winter very pleasantly : Fr.ORIIJ."I''I'ITii.riirs.g
Residences, ,
3'tl1' death when I began l In the Burcbflel cottage. U. K.
QII of Park' Gr nt'. Tomb, and other was near Discovery.. It completely, Hughes. A. IBruner and wife and

Interest.ruiBew and thoroughly. to date. cured Kinir's l me New and I have remained well every Muse" < Beth and Nellie Bruner accompanied : : : 6c Eu.t'O.:: "b ic..g: i
- up hemorrhages chronic them as far as Cocoa on their
oars It curen
'\ special parties. colds and bronchitis .aDdIs homeward journey. : Oar
te settled
,o, or telephone 10J.1 Bryant, or callB. )) coughs, known cure for weak! >luogl.: -DEALER INTANKS -
the only the Red Lorillard Boat Co.
by Agents
W. 'VaIl:1U': Every bottle guaranteed 503\ and $1JX). Trial Reader, do yon subscribe for the EAST BICYCLES AND BICYCLE SUNDRIES.:

,.., General Cross Pharmacy. COAST ADVOCATEf TITUSVILLE, FLA. r
rClty. bottle free.
Broadway, New York .


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The cllmatp of the East Coast Of Florid- ;

rnctlfoJ of forcln OVERLAYS IN HOGPENS. turity was adopted the pant spring. Q > t Of another 1
For some ;years past quantities of stable t place on earth. *
:Pigs Comfortublr Ilrddrd lltonrn In -
had been piled about the
e manure up
Winter on Concrete<< trloora.JBjr t
r This was freely drilled In tho
ROBERT 8. SHAW, Michigan) expert
mont station. top of the rows Just ahead of the cot.

At the present tliiao (hero Is no floor ton planters last spring, and the young

; In use in plgKerles more desirable or cotton practically' 8Iul.to(1Its growth on d dYp
luexpeuslre considering durability a be'lr of manure. Ordinarily these valley ?-
J lands are so rich In nil that goes to Y
than ono properly concrete
I i make weed growth (vegetable; matter,
nor call an good tmnltnry conditions moisture and nitrogen) that to put manure -
bo maintained by the use of any
under cotton a foolish
l' h
d / other. And yet, notwithstanding these practice. However, Mr. Barry, the ,i { ., c' lU
good qualities, cement floors are strongA manager of the Hunger plantations, Vllll4ffie

converted old one horse cotton planters ij g IliaOrni.onit

Into manure distributers by cutting 4

by 0 Inch boles.in tbe bottom of each

I planter and with this strewed.' a plentiful \ l

lot of well rotted manure In the top I I ,
of th(! bed. Tim good rl'lIullK'ro noticed \

In a few weeks. This cotton ralm@aach ;

grew off more rapidly than nonmanurcd ,,
cotton, and the :yield of cotton picked l l''
and ready to pick In fur ahead of the I' l ,I

e ordinary. valley crop Farm and t I ( Iamljll 'I7(,

Hanch. vI'! ,;
---- -
y 1 !
Each Week
l A Favorite Remedy for liable . Four Sailings .
!!i'' '!i/II/'! "" h'I/S

L II I JI"! :' A CORNER OVnRLAT.L I II'K pleasant taste and pionipt cores. and NEW YORK ) ' -

!j. r ; If objected to, and Justly BO, too, OD I have made Vhambed lll'l( Oougl: BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE 'l'::: -:
that become crap Remedy a favorite with'h I he mothers' ul "
I' tho ground pigs in beds small children. Ic quickly CIIICH their Calling at Charleston, S. C., both waysl and the famoni Orange proves, Flncnnplo, Plantation.Coconnut ,
to nest 011
if required
pled ) coughs and colds and prevents! any Hun flrOTM. mil Vegetable Farmi of the
I f' them during the winter season. Kvei The Finest in the Coastwise Service trlb'la'1'' It
oilier serious
;. KOT uf f pneumonia or con.Heqimnces. -
,1. ; though an abundance of bedding Is It nut only Cures croup, bill INDIAN RIVER, LAKE WORTII nail DisCttgare fill

; r used on cement floors, bud resulti when given as soon as the croupy o.it.glinnpnHrs ; The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. reaclind from Jark; .onTtIo via the
A .
scorn to follow Just the S'I' 111 t'. Then( will prevent the attack. got Direct Service Between FLORIDA EAST COAST 1UILWAT.For .
are few worso places for u brood sow side by all dealers Points.
Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern
to farrow than on a cement floor. fibs; ,

1r gathers the small amount of beddlni( Literary <'..liiclilonvr. >. (Calling_ Charleston, S. C., both,ways)
1\ allowed, her into a small pile, beds or How Htriingu are llti-rnry colncldencos SEM I-wEEKLY BAILINOSISouthbound.
It and the nowly born pigs wrIggle occnHlmmlly Is IIln..trlltNlln the ......... .. ... ....... .. ... .. ..... . .. ... ...i ..... ..... ..from Lewi.* Wharf Bo ton
Northbound. ....... ...... ...... .... ....... ....from foot of Catherine street, Jck.ooTllli.
f 1: oft on the bnre floor, ,,which being slip.k CUHO of Tliuekeruy and DIIIIIIIM. Thuck --

pery, prevents them from getting OHtheir erny says"" : "I cattle vent writing a book
k feet; the cold /floor noon' exlmust on tin same subject, 'Les Trols Monsiuetalre Clyde St. Johns River Line. A

y them, and they pl'I'IIth. It was with ( ,,/ und taking M. d'Artugnuufor
I tho object of overcoming these objection my hero; P'Artngnan was a real BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. copy of bountiful book,"E..t Coast of }lend,",t..|.nipFeilnsular I
Stopping at Palutlca, Astor St. Francis. Hereafoiil(UeLaixl), and intermediate landIngs I'lorlil and other Information ..Mr...
/ec ru to the cement /floors that overlay olmriu'ter of the age of Louis XIV. and *, ,
;; were used. wrote his own memoirs. remember on the St Johns River commencing Wednesday, November 15,IOCS. 3.PABBOTT, J.P.BECK WITH, J; .I>.1UIIXEB,

'\ The first cut shows an overlay 6 bj picking up a dingy/ ropy of them oil an Steamer "CITY .JACKSONVILLE: TlM-frw'* OMB......*,. Tmfflf........ A.ti.P...

8 feet In one corner of a pen with old bookstall London, price sixpence, I I appointed to nail u follxwn Leave Jacksonville SuniUyn, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 0.31 4T. AUGUSTINE FLA.
Wednendnys, and Fridays at 0.30 a. in.3en'l .
the door in the opposite corner. nnd Intended to make something of It. p.m. Returning leave l. Bniiduys -- -- --

Thin plan Is possessed I of the advantages .; But Damns got ahead of me. lIe snaps B..b.lloll"<1 8CHEDULE. Nurth' Rota.1 Ruund aD

of providing shelter for tbe bed up everything." A t'oh1l'ltlt'nce1l1e us Rene down i i . ........ .... Arrive II oil)(I... m.
Leave 830 m. ...... .... ........ ....J acknnt vllls. .... . LinesSPECIAL
when the outer door Is open, and the remnrknblo! occurred with Sir Conan Leave S 411 P p. m. ................ ..... .. ...J>..,..tk.... ....... ........ . ...... Leave 8 CO 'p. m.. Mallory
. .......... .. ......... Leave 'I at p w.l.eav" .
crossingthe ........ ........,... . .. Astor ,
wltbout learned 1 Leave 800 a. m.
a i pigs can go In out Doyle for central figure. Ho 4 30... m. ........... .... ... ......811. Frnnote ............. ........... Leave II 00 p. m
bed. The second cut shows nine while spending. a holiday In a mountain Leave ....................1\e..or.1. <.,...1..."..) ..... ............... Leaye 100 p. m.,
. ... . . .. ......... ........leave 980 a. m.A'rlve .
comfort. 830 ................ . 8I1nlorll.
down a. m.
bedded winter Arrive
180 pound pigs inn in Switzerland that during the 101,0.: m. ...................\..En..rprloe.............". .. .... . .. Leave. 10 00 ... m.
; ably on this overlay. This form of months for Home reason two men PASSENGER -EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS
overlay In! hinged to tho. wall so that remained in O'uplltlon.o'or four' or Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville.F. .

when the pen In cleaned out It Is tipped fire months they wore Isolated from M. I RO"iW)) (1Ra,JR., A.Mt. Gen. !'aoo. A.gt. lit: Went Bay 8t.,.racklony\lle.\ Via.V. Largest and most thoroughly equipped, passenger steamships on the count
up, bedding and all, and any tilth the rest of the world. Suppose one of G. COOPER,Jr, Local Frt.Agt." Jankaimvllle: O. P.LtVELL. ., a |>erlntin ..raoksnnvllle Fla.i. -
Moot Hogan St.
which may have accumulated underneath them went mad or committed suicideor .O. HA.OERT1T Oan'l Kanfn P....... Ant. New YorK CLYDE! M1U7K:, Oen. Frt. Agt., New York.
la cleaned out. When the floor The possibilities' were endless. He THVO. ; Is cleaned the overlay U let down and forthwith determined to' embody the General Oflloen." 1'ior ao North River. Branch, 2.W Broadway New York. IMPORTANT[ ships, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number bent:

the bedding thrown off on the floor for idea in n story. On bis way home he C. WALTON. Agent Titusville. Fla. or> the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passenger indlvidclervloe
absorbent, being replaced by fresh happened to pick up a book of tales by -_._----- -------- -- ---- ---- -- ---- .

i straw at least once a week. When the Maupassant. There in it, under the and attention. __ __ __

r overlay Is placed In tbe corner of the title, "L'A UbPrgl.." he found himself R PASSENGEUS: LEAVE JACKSONVILLE::! EVERY FRIDAY.See .

pen raised that somewhat.portion of the Boor should be forestalled lu every particular Atlantic Coast Line !). ( Schedule of Ships in Florida Times-Union;

Both this overlay and another pow In LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS::! NORTH,
use in the piggery were constructedfrom ( To Cure n Cold lu One Day THROUGH SCHEDULE Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL through the

secondhand Inch lumber They Take LAXATIVE UKOMO QCININK' :! Tab- FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
are raised off the floor by Inch cleats I lets' Druggists! refund the money If It lorida? Georgia Alabama Virginia
which hold the boards together. A 2 falls>.o cure. E W. drove's signature Through tickets sold to all northern p .For full information regarding i

by 4 was set up around the outer edgesof In.each box :25o. North Carolina and South Carolina. ractlons offered by no other line; diagrams reservatlns, tickets .,to., apply wHAS.
the overlay to hold the bedding in
used. These DAYIES Fla Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Steel, Jacksonville, FloydWe )
place. (A 2 by 8 may be ) A Had Iniltntlon.Ruckstone of Travel Between ,
nailed to the boards below and The Great Highway
were the English comedian -
strengthened by triangular pieces of I popular ._. x ""..:..... ;,,_. ._.:.........."'t -T.: ='='
and dramatist, was rather fond of West North and South.
I scantling fastened In the angle formed telling the following story, although it Florida the East, ,

by the 2 by 4 und the board floor. In was somewhat against himself: ; \ Never Disappoint Our Patients

the use of these overlays three facts One night Feebler Sothern and Buck-
have been strikingly noticeable-viz, stone were leaving the Ilayuiarket CONVENIENT SKUVICK, ELEGANT PULL) aN. EIJUU-MENT: : MAGNIFICENT We Fulfill Every Promise and Never Cold: Out False Hopes.. wltbcelpain
first pig' Invariably use the overlaysby theater some little time after tho performance DINING CAKS.tOITTK ",'E: CURE Stricture or detention without the from knlfo bunlnvwl or bougie Uoi a..d..i> V I..uJl..rlo -l ColinOcured I II

preference sleeping on the bare wnn over, when suddenly fNEW YORK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL.::! never to retarD. wltho.t oneronry or mineral stlmulxntbatpermnne.a earner., '.0.. .I M.t11V.gorPo.ltlveyouradi

a p boards It there should be no straw on Buctcstono discovered. a blllstlcker pout OF THEKLKBRVTED I DIXIE FLYER" .. The Or. Klog Medln.ICo.l.no an In..I.u".n' orounl'dulIdorI,
.c: .
them; second, of tbe 300 or 400 hogs ing on election placard right upon the ;-- .< FLORIDA AND WEST INDIAN L'T'D. ::.',-P la'..ot the ...... 01 UeorK'' for I),.bft. N.'reotlll'K. Kaw' 'fl' the.1Id fuunderotI nrt ,otalnarvonuaodobronladlee..ra

front of that sacred house of comedy. TRAINS. I 1IONTOOMEUY, L. & N. I tm' tnntuutton< ,t. the ohlof""no"ltln.ipxalalliit, bilDKI YNNd
"How dare yon, slrl" he said In his .",! (CHICAGO & FLORIDA LIMITED :""1ff I I br Our a.m. .u../1..of...eminent. In the trnttmuntof ph,.' h".od chronic niiriuuuii.
guttural and Jerky manner m.Alud.nd' uloolrlnil nu'nclei.
I peculiar ill' aril we un both Mtln'i '
METHOD' TRAVELING. -' Oil omon..r.equipped. wi'h a I Iho Kalv.nlo. fnradle j jB
i'F i' ?
"How dare you post! bills upou my CONVENIENT | ..X-...,. loli>' ray, and Hn'.n rayi in fat. every ,l.<;lrouDtrlvanoe '
? theater?" ATLAVTICJ COAST LINK: 1,00l)l mile tickets g3od over 15,)00) miles of railroad, em- r- rrepx mmllual employ ollr..oUofium'bat ",. 05.
at rate of $236110h. la < t..nl wii none .
sale at all principal agencies, modura every '
South on
The man paid no attention but wenton racing ,,1pOI.tonlJ\ of the and reliable trained and rfflnlent' Bitcndmiu.ri-itularly IIU..llaed rrodu.

lathering, the placard, which he. put Limited to one year from schedules date of, Pullman purchase..service Eor,full etc.,,complete call on Agent; or ad- and W lloenied omplor:: pnyalolans no mlaleadlnn:: briny: In,nn-aua. o.\O m-ciira P."'reel..a." ..np..roa".ao |
up with an ulr of quiet defiance. ifnrmailon regarding rates Q.o. ": for lleerauirear* |
"You miserable blllstlckerl" said dre8s: "IlIh\\\,, \\\ -1' b'h.lu..utlnn., Our trrm.furtrealmintlvergefrocan tli.MUI' ,
.00 nioDtt.(meillol'in Included and we Kite
W. D. STARK TI'u. Pa Agt. \ lo$10 per
Ituckstone, his mannerism coining out RANK O. BOYLSTON Dlst. Pass. Atfj FLA. '; d1,.Jl anceofacure within..apeolfled time. sedprme.
with his temper "It 138 Went Bay St., Astor Biiildlnjf\ :, JACKSONVILLE riYBESTRtrERENCCIS.: CHRONIC DISEASES. : I'uo .efully all' cbmnmm trent ......
very pointedly you WILMINGTON. N. C. n aura ,
Pass. ,
Gen'l. Agent
tlou't desist you scoundrel I'll have W. J. CRAIO = <,| b" KIn:y and Mlail.lcr trouble.. 3hrooanHoptare '*
_. -- .Indalrr0o
._ _. ----- ----- 'apOllARHffDk 11vdrooele.Ikato.La.r.etc.
you locked up." --- -'-- ,---- -- !*'.....?". Tiimofa,. and mallnnant troublf (>t"rphof soA rev.ItNo. |
Whereupon the man, quietly makinga N. K. KING M D. ( ..'onto, Tkroal.I>la Head i a .and ofVom Lunge.' ..n Dt..Ie, auoh :.ot.otJ Ul.plerr..ma Kye l I I <<

closing dab at the poster, said, "I'll CD.". Cg..utn.o PMVUOIAM.DR. Unnatural' DlanhnrffAH, .and anon weokne..eS of wonK'n On r.0ve.i v
E.A.I3 : dye I afflicted.'
!3 u. %)-day -.lfa sIlniiToor condition if you are or .,
have you locked up, you Iruposter if Write send, you ...r literature.including gmptam blank fur home trea' tI"
you don't mind, for /glvin such a bad ON.ULTATION'. KXAMI'fATION' AN'I) AIVICE'FRFE: : -y

I Imitation of l1cl.stonc-could do it bet AIR LINE RAILWAY. KING MEDICAL CO., =:, !tt Y.dettt tad r"ch 50' ,,rumor Atlanta. 7t a' ,
', MOB I.IKB TO BLEEP ON TUB OVERLAY. ter I myself."-London Telegraph. "" "

that have been housed In the piggery --
---FO R--
there are few Instances where the bedding

on the overlays has been befouled SAVANNAH, COLUM IA/.C.\MDEN: SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND.WA8UIXUTON' ,

with excreta, and the tendency to this Throat BALTIMORE( PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK
is much less In tho case ot tbe overlaysIn Coughs .D AGGINGdown

the pea' corners where the pigs are '

, not trampling over them; third, we A tickling in the throat; . Two Elegant Trains Dally , .
have not bad a crippled hog In the pig-
t gory since these devices bave been in hoarseness at times; adeep Seaboard Express, Seaboard -Mail. pains Ire: a symptom of the most serious trouble which can

use. breath irritates ittheseare attack a woman, viz: falling of the womb. With this, generally,

COTON. features of a throat come irregular painful, scanty or profuse periods, wasteful, weakening
CONCERNING de- MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. drains dreadful backache headache nervousness, dlzzln ss, Irritability -

t .. tllll Stork Hood.Forcing cough. They're very tired feeling. Inability to walk, loss of appetite color and
The Hall W* vlt- mixture Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville: to New Orleans
and a cough ONLY LINE Operating
the Crop.: ceptive beauty. The cure 1-1

The boll weevil Is now rapidly destroying won't cure them. call
Information and sleeper reservations on any Agent
I squares und puncturing grown You want something that For wrIte
Seaboard or
bolls In the
Texas! lU\lllOI.t1ont! of 1.011181&111I.'rom& A. 0. MACDONELL. Awt. Gen. Pass. Ant S. C. BOYLSTON Pass Agt. CARDUI
membranes enrich the
the Itrnzos valley plantations we learn : FLORIDA.
t'' that the early work of tlVj. weevil fop I blood and tone up the .
tho season was almost Inappreciable. -
; .'. .'. .'. .'.
cow the peat Is strong!; In numbers and 60
: able to kuock off the new forms! which I ----I Woman's Relief
under favorable fall conillllous, would Scoffs Emulsionis FOLEY'SRONEYADDTAR

a make cotton. I
such that marvelous, curative extract natural essence of herbs, which!
Profit In Cotton Mill StooU.It just a remedy.It or ,
Is goiienilly cunci'ded that ooutberu I has wonderful healingand exerts such a wonderful strengthening Influence on all female organsCardui

cotton inllU\ have worked out u margin relieves pain, regulates the menses, stops drains and stimulates

of :lit:) per cent profits! > during the pa,.t nourishing power. TRADE MARKS the muscles to pull the womb up Into place.It .

year. If they could do this with cottonuveraghtg Removes the cause of V DCSIQNSCOPYRIGHTS is a safe and permanent: cure for all female complaints.WRITE .
U cents a pound and fliutuutlug the cough and the whole Prevents Serious Results t dtc.Anann .
*.nrtln0' a.k.l<*h and, d.nrrtntlnn may P P > _H a < *BB '
between U and ]cents(, we won. is given new From a Cold. pairs ..<*0rtitlt| ear .... .. wh.thip an PAW
Uer what margin could lie monde with system tnvmitlon tR prosahIf: p%teniabte.. ComniunMiwtk PS A LETTER "I SUFFERED AWFUL
strength and vigor .*. .*. Remember the name .iitrtctlTC.... <..m.. table 1-rloeH around U cent. Southern! fr 1>1.' mi tirr for navurtiiff pat'nl telling us allyour In my womb and ovaries,
P ",nt* t...." llin.u r" cotton mill stock owned lu part' h)' i-ut, Folcy's Homy and Tar. Insist tf..utt_10:., *l'lv, >at chump, In lh. troubles. We will send free adNaomI Bake, of Webster
ton growers U considered the cutest sJ jar f.t... via (In pith sealed envelope). Ad'aril my menses were ver)' pd' 1 I,
vestment lu the eastern southern .. upon having the genuine. Scientific American.eittatlork Cress: Ladles' Advisory Dept., The and irreeular. Since taking Ctrd not'
SCOTT & BOJVNE, Cbnabff Thr. S.o, SOo. SI.OO .. ChAttanooga Jrtedicino Co. and do l)
1 :1'\I e".f A It.ndonm.l lI1a. "' ,. we'I" f.er.e.t ChatUcooga feel 1 ilka a new woman
Cotton Forced to Early Mntnrltr.On of any BcmntiDo' 1imrn l.voitn T.rnL 13 a Teon. "
rd suffer I did.
one of the Sauger brother 409-415 Pttrl Strttt, New Yak Prep only by four months,*U tfvhl brad e.wwlr.l.rs., as

t tations! situated In the weevil lnfi'''UHlporjlou. jot. a.J ft.CO. jt'l Jrffiiit Foley A Company Chlo*.. MUNN & Co.30"- New York

Red Cross .....,...., ...
of Jbe Brazoi: alley!! u_novel vram unto es r SU Wub n.

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for more ta"ngl6I5 naoraJ -tEan" tlIB! TITUS LL.I3.:

mocking silence which answered her .
HOTEL afforded./ -- ---0 "
riNDSOR . Byihe Shuttle
Now" Miss Kowau's landlady-whc, c PEACOCK HOUSE TITUtfVlLLK, FLA.
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S landlady does. not?-played the races. ...
Flrst-cUss Board nt Reasonable lUtos. Kextitiirant and Retail! In
YEAR-ROUND HOTEL. Train And she generally lott. When ZUM connection. .
Rowan confronted her with the tale of
her stolen jewelry abe had lost very - -

By NIXOLA CRCELEY-SMITH heavily ou the first race. : :. .

As a result In the next five minute .
COl'yrlJht.IIIOII;\I<'Clu....PUilllim Co.
Miss Rowan learned what she had never
New Hotel Carleton MKLHOUKNE: FLORIDA.Itrevnnl .
doubted that Mrs. OTlrleii kept a COllnt"ltllbut \'.

VnrlciJ nud multiple us the summer "respectable house" that her colored ; and Ileallhirtit Point on the INDIAN KIVKlt.: Hotel

sands are the menus vlilch the filter maid, engaged the day' before without with wide verandas.. i Sanitary: plumbing, KiiH-llght bath moms ou

presiding over lore affairs employ to references' wan the "most honest and every Door and )II I VII h)1000ths, tot uuaco heal nnd good drinking water.
a God fearing woman she had ever Two blocks fioin. itiiii road station and< near Cian Creek launch
( b- 11 bring tile one man nod the one woman known" and a "perfect lady," that no harbor. Excellent Fishing and I Hunting.I / Kilt en:*->.:10 per dny. '

together been that Investtgit-' J. M. FKKOUSOy.
It vm the shuttle train tlmt linn, Itt Jewels had stolen __o _.____ _ __ __ h. ____ _ ___
lion would doubtless show that If they ,.
terminus ut the Fifty-eighth! street elevated had really disappeared, IIMa Ilowan
Hotel Bellevae 1IIEI.BULJltXr'J.OHlIJ.: .\.
stutlou where Sixth ureiuic ends herself bad "pawned" them and that If ,

Its devious Journey \past wholesale she dared vast such an aspersion upon A healthy winter resort on high plno land, over-looking Indian Hiver.! ,

warehouses nn,l small shops and department an honest widow trying to make a respectable -
Rates: $:j and npwnrd per day. :pecllll: intus per week or season.; '
stores with II brief dip; Uito living nil tho reporters lu Wilte for ales to-

the gayeties of theaters and danoe New York would be called in and slu, ., \

hull lu the frivolous Thirties and Central would rue tho day that Him and hcrworthhes MADAM( K. M. CAMP itEi.L': l K. \SCAM i'hhiLl..

truck ever came out of Colorado. ,
Ml\l1l1llJl' Proprietor' ,
I park' begins Its spreading progressthrough .
the city's heart, that brought - I .
Under this onslaught, which she was
about the determining moment In the not experienced enough to trace to Us I..I'III.I :N. c. ', "

OPGE'; & CULLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS.IESTMORELAND lives of Madge Itownu ami John Cleverley. bibulous] origin. poor little Miss Rowanblanched I

- - and rushed '
-- --- wilted dually

\; The Interference of this particular from the house. And It wan only after Eseeola Inn LINVir.LK, X. "!., : ; .
HOTEL West Hay and Cedar Stref't agent was the more remarkable', because she had walked several bewildered

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the lives of the two persons most blocks that she awoke to the realisa:: ,'

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and concerned. with It had till a few months tion I ot her appointment\ with JohnCleverluy In the mountains of Western North Carolina, altitude :S iSi,! on) feet.
open at 3 o'clock. A glance at her
before b*u>u lived more than 2KXi) Delightfully) cool climate all through I tho summer months.
ed this sea OD. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water miles watch told her that It wits already ten Trout Finding, (bolt Lings and Tennis Court. ,
away.It minutes after the hour, and she hastened

Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All was In February that the pretty her steps\ ; more with tho idea of f. "

daughter of the most her --OPENS JUNE l: THUuncliud .
pbyslclau herself of .
..oeet cars pass the door. Rates, .:..1..,. to $2.60 per day. at once
In a thriving Colorado town had troubles than with an attempt at punctuality. p'l''

i.rs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. bidden tearful farewell to the fond father As sho turned up Sixth avenue over the Southern K.illroiul to Johnson. City, I thauco via. East ;':
Tonuossre nml Western North I Crtrcillnn itoI lh'IIJlII ti< Montuxuma\ (
she surprised to notice a .,
and mother who had at lust acquiesced was ) .
tlon front Kxuoolo.: Inn meet all trnlns. .
wheroruiilaKus/ \
ie a New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lu her desire to go east to develop of dense the (elevated'rowllCllthN''tl/ structure.at tho Hut teruilnui follow! JAMES: 1'. YIN (Nn, Manager./ jll

her artistic talent. lug their! uplifted gaze' her pulses halted _. ___ _____. __ __ ._ __ 'n _ u. _ __ '
-On the American and European Plan- The talent found Its chief expression tensely at the Bight that met hereyes. y' '

Under new miiuagemnnt. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant In Huffy Impossibilities\ ( masquerading i Slanted toboggan fashion from NIV YOU. i't. ;
family home. Rates: American Plan, tJ.OO: ( ( and $2I 00 .
; European, I 5lcts( as Caster chickens and other xeasona- street ---------- -- ,I,
of the Fifty-eighth
tho termnun
All form :"
and Union
up. oars Station stop at the door.
ble no eltles, with-which she decorated
truck the wreck of what had been the
II.V.. HANCOCK, Proprietor. menu cards to time lutlnlto admiration t I VISITORS:: TO NEW YORK CITY SHOULD JO 1'0- { II .
rear car of the shuttle ,train toppedjeriloiudy
he beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, ts under the of her many friends.Her In midair prevented from (.;, :,

same management. nrt therefore, luul brought her plunging Into the thoroughfare below The t -No. 'CO: Welt l)2ud) Street- ,I, ",'I :!

I- to New York. And It was art. likewise by the weight of the other cars that Armstrong (Telephone "7.MO )Rlvenlde") :: i.l i.lA

ST. AUWSTINE.OTEL hers that had. brought John Cle\erley. still held It to the track. :i;

For, though the two hud been boy. and .
1---- of the triune !bumper
The wreck large .
/ select fnmlly-holol, near Central Puik, aubwa. )*, elevated and electric
girl sweethearts together, thc sudden
/ tho line strewn
end of
development of Miss Rowan's artistic at the lay railways and, all places of Interest, and n ,Rood; stalling point for Coney- .
along the trolley tracks below and uu-
Island Rookunny and nil: other soiultlo nml siiibiiiban pleasure rUHortlllJ t
genius had apparently absorbed all her ,
ALCAZAR der the suspended peril yelllug", excited
ST. AUGUSTINE. sentimental Impulses, and before leaving people surged. and clamored. For Single rooms and sullen with all conYOntoncoii, new sanitary plumbing. II $

Colorado she hud toM, CIt v'J'lcy one moment Miss Rowan did not grasp ; private baltic, porcelain tulm, amplo\ hot ami cold water supply, and hotel ( e "

that she could never marry hlui. the significance/ of the scene. table and service conibli td with liomo-oomfoils anti moderate prices 4jp ,;,

She hud not been a month In town lint the next, the hour, the possible Terms $") 00 |>or week anlul''lu,1.
before the young man made his appearance her smote ''r
significance I ot the event to A. AUJISTRONO.

Now at her.: Fifty-eighth street her with sudden alarm. What If John ---
iE- Open .1 studio with u more or less plausible Cleverley hud been on board that

story of having been cent east by his train? No: thought of any other victimof
firm to look up\ an important case. Hotel Marlborough
the wreck marred tho pure selUshness '
,,Art hud languished' during that first \j.
of the sudden fierce awakoulng of ,
when \Islts to
unsympathetic love In her heart. With blanched face 'illlh and !l7lh Streets Now York il"
JOS. P. GREAVES Manager. dealers had HJIhwl'd11118 Rowan of ,.
and! wide excited eyes she rushed into
the dearth of the demand for dinner the crowd. Completely lienovaled and trnnnformud In every depaitment. Most con 4 ,\

cards, and the cordiality of the auburn ""'llIlt Is the mutter When did It trally located hotel on Uroad"ay KLKCTHIO LK1IITH and TELEPHONIC I \ :' J

haired, paint bespattered vision that happen she gasped: at the first curious In. every room In tho house '/'", P 4 'I

greeted Cleverley when he climbed the onlooker that barred her progress. EUROPEAN PL'AN100( Itoomti. 2011 bn111 rooms.' Hates: 'l.50 I) anti up.. >: ".

0 tel! St. George ST AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. five for his flights hope to of her taking studio her nugured buck with well "Train Jumped! the trill'llIhot/: PuNt ward without, buth. $:J and upnnrd with bath., Parlor, bedroom and bath $J t J ;,

lilui to Colorado. Hut tho tiny after hU time station.! Itroke over tilt bumper. and upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and 1 bath t.:% "nllIpw, rd. 'fl", ,
Fifty people Injured. Roosevelt hospital o' '
arrival she hud actually Riicceeded la SWKENEY-TIKIINKY IIOTKL. CMPAIW, ::
lu l. with terse
explained importance
ENLARGED, AND IMPROVED SINCE LAST-SEASON. selling a dozen menu cards, and again K. M. TIKHNKY Manager .J I 'I

Cupid drooped hIs diminished head under I
"What time? .- f. .
Elevator. Steam heat in every room. Private Baths. First-class, up-to.. Art's overshadowing wing. "Oh around five minutes to 3

date hotel. $3 CO( and up per day. Send for booklet. So furiously did Miss Rowan apply Im o'clock." Standard Electric ;
herself to her profession' under the Company J
And thus was the last doubt lu tim .
petite that it was only after much ,
young % mi's excited mind dispelled.The .
[1. B. MONTGOMERY, of Huestls House, Saratoga, Owner and Proprietor. persuasion that she consented to spend image of Cleverley Injured
in afternoon at the beach tho Hutur- '
i-. !bleeding/ -(1 load, 1.t'rhIlJ-rol4e. suddenly Jacksonville Florida. :i
day after Cleverley'u arrival. ,
and was ns suddenly blurred by the
You know, Jack" she had said, :I
quick !blinding! rush of tears. Scarcely
ST. AUGUSTINE.FLORIDA.. 'you haven't the responsibilities that : .
tie Hotel Granada knowing what she did!, she Jumped Intoa 4 4II
.1: have. It 'li natural for you to want hansom and. gave A brief direction to OOt-:1.: O"1.l.Cl.Ot'O:: ,
about and but I've "
to go see things/ ,
Roosevelt hospital.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.Most just started a new pond Illy menu j'

beautifully situated on the Alameda, directly opposite the Ponce de series, and I must have. It finished tomorrow Then. wholly leaning oblivious buck against/of the the frankly cushions O"\lr: .. ..tttoc..t1oc.: : ::EJ.eo..oo : 'J

Leon and Alcazar: hotels. The dairy, poultry and vegetable products used iilght. And the .studio must be staring pedestrians on the avenue, all 'I

In the Hotel Granada are drawn from our own farm. Rates $2.0 per day cleaned tomorrow afternoon anyway." tho newly awakened emotions. of her Wo soil Groceries at WHOLESALE : vfr:
and upwards. Rooms, alcove, single or en suite, with or without( piIvatebaths. Rut as Cleverley looked unconvinced I ,
Special rates per week and to parties. and rueful she iihIlOtl< contritely: ""'ell, nature found their outlet In passionatesobbing.
Prices. Write for Price List Great
HI. What happened\ la the next our
FULLER ; I'll go this once. Hut don't you come
hour thronged with visits, to hospitals
here for will be in such
everything '
and police stations with frantic telephone money saver. "
DAYTONA BIACIf.h a mess. I'll meet you at the Fifty- j
cull to Cleverley'R hotel and to .
eighth street elevated station at 3clock.
- his udilresfl 'In u downtown ofilce Miss

Rowan dap* not remember to tills day. The Enterprise Grocery Co. (
And to this arrangement after some
h he I for nt the end of the search, when sh<
Seaside Inn .
o DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. argument, Cleverley '' 0"", forced to ncqulesce '
thought, thnt only the morgue lay unexplored -.w
atul she 1 17 Bridge St. I ,
) plunged despairing/ w IEAST
On Saturday the fact that she knew
In now open for the winter Reason, under the management of the owner, she! would have to refuse Jack Clover- uj) the fire long /flights/ that led to her .J1tJiCisIIV11le! I 1i'.oa.ldu. \\i\!\I IJ
IIOIIAC.E F. STEWART. Handsome and new, situated on Dayt"na studio It was nil blotted out by one I
ley for !the hint time lent a pleasing
Beach, the hotel Is modern In all Its appointments, with large, airy, plea- luminous Incident.. -the opening of the I
Mario Amusement Co.' melancholy to Miss Rowan's preparations -
ant rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite The sriidli) door by Cleverley himself
Casino for the afternoon. A* a concession .
and moderate.
Pier. Terms I>'en Cleverley admits that what chic! ::5
& O'Hara.
HORACE F. STEWART Owner and Manager. to Cleverley she determined of to said, then doesn't mutter. It U. doubt. Hodges : ;,
wear the rather barbaric necklace
ful If she knows, but be had never ex-
topazes and Cripple Creek gold which ....ltfanutl\rer.* and Dealers.. .
pl.-Uncd anything to Madgo Rowan,
FLA- bad been his last birthday offering/ to j..
rroun's Apartment House DAYTONA BEACH with her two arm about bin flock and Rough .
her. and she therefore sought It lu the
her cheek: warm and wet'agalnat his 4'
little Jewel box. which bad not been
Located minutes from Ocean. Dresstd.
on Seabreeze avenue, two own before and LU remembrance Is.
Bath toilets and water on each Moor. Kates on App tin.SEAflUEIZE. taken from Its place of concealment in j '
good and \
naturally blurred.. Orange Box Heivls, Fruit Vegetable Crates, MouMlngi, Shingles, etc.
: A. S. IIARKOUN, Prop. the bottom of tier trunk since her or- "Why. of course I wa. on that train" Mills. *nd olTlc* located at JIufTalo Bluff Fla. Write us for ;prices delivered .

rival in New York. be explained "but I got off/ at Fifty- to any part of tile Htate.. Address: llodgea; 0'lIara, liuffalo Illuff/ Via. 11 ;

Her surprise when she discovered eighth' street station with all the other ._ _,. _ _ _ _ _ _. _ _ _. ._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _, _ _. .__ : '
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after search that was at first perfunctory -
passpngerH. It wan only In switching
- then earnest and finally frantic,
for the downtown trip that the rear car 1
It Indeed, nil her Jewel were i"
that aDd
' backed against the bumper ant the rot. ..

I'he SEA B REEZE-D A YTO.VA, gone wa a splendid testimonial to her ten wood gave way and toppled the car _ _ ---.- - t(
Clarendon belief In her adopted city. over. Horn of the train band were ,
FLORIDA.I. relentless. Immutable, mast
But fact
hurt but-why, you dear little girl youpoor
ever triumph, over Illusion and In fifteen little elrJ-don't!" For Madge was Lot ::4

minutes Miss Rowan had realized sobbing passionate relief upon his. ..Building- '
the little trinkets she ,
Now Open = that all pretty .bOl1l<1er.
--{ Indeed
bad collected since Infancy had Then quietly when lie bad calmed '

teen stolen. In the face of such unforeseen she told him the of the after. 1
her tory or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY, 4
disaster she stood alone. Inexperienced
noon banning with the lout necklace'
:. POTTER C. KNAPPE in a strange city. And and ending with her wild ride In searchof LAND FOiL AN OKANOK: thROVE, \ S,

for a young woman in the full enjoyment him and at the end she wild, shyly riNKAPPLK: PLANTATION TRUCK GARDEN.. (j
of an independent career tier! first
3fanager.TITUSVILLE humbly: We probably. have for sale! just what you are seeking.
thought wan a singularly Impracticable
Proprietor. "You didn't know I was inch a little .
one:-the must tell John Clererley all tool did you?" Settlers are flocking In but ttlll there I la room. If you art

-.------- about it, and he would get them back i .
- -- tinned
---- --- ------ And Cleverley bending over her. looking tbU way, drop a line to ,
But first abe would summon the landlady the warm tear from her drooping

- the stout person Inhabiting im. lashe. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3r"l Vice.ITe.ldent, "

penetrated depth below who called .o "I always hoped you were" be mur
, regularly to collect the rent and declare mured. ILORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

I reitwisch Villa TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. her loss There was 'a theory AUOUSTINE. FLArOLllOEYTAR

that this mysterious person might be Han' HtcHxl the Tent U.I \>i r*. .
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reached by bell and speaking tub.
Good Board and Attention.. Th. 'old original' O_ovt' Tasteless
RATE' minute* of frenzied blowing
REASONABLE : Rut ten Chili TonIc.011 know what yon are FOIThKIDNEYCUREf's. :
Station Titusvllle. and ringing sent MU. Rowan plunging! takID It I. hon and In tasteless .
qalolo a
Two block. from F. E. C. Railway Proprietress. gown the five fllgfata t2-UlWl'DJm form. No core no pay, :50c. ci4d...g imf. ...,.. . .5.. ..k.. Kidneys sad Bladder flight ,
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4, .....rFtfi'N'f....'fNe....lalt'f.rf eN'11F........rfrf..y.K.* IMPROVEMENTS IN TITUS---. THE EAST COAST DISTRICTCONFERENCE. -A _GRAND DISTRIBUTION OF---

i [ "flT/ /\ "VT TV O( I :* have been dealers in dla. VILLE.The .

.i *.' DIA\ I I JJ[ \/ ll U M |* mondWe e another precious stones streets of Tltu-vlll,. are to boim 1 Now In Seulon In Tltusvllto. HANDSOME HAT RACKS

( will In last week's ADVO- ,
proved and all ponds In town be As announced
: ************************'t since the establishment of our i drained. cATs, the East Coast District Conference DEAR FRIENDS::! :

convened at the Methodist church, AVebave Just received a shipment of handsome Metal Hat it:",, kh '
r ;3:: business in 18'8, and direct Importers for more than... 20 years. :J has The been Dregrauw'much house Improved, on Main and will street be,,I Titusvllle on Tuesday. There wasa "The Lion Rack," which we are going to distribute among am ,_'''men'aoov'O

good attendance in the evening, and tbe means of advertising our business and Increasing our sales The ', II
=We save you the middleman's profit= occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilsonon Rev. J. F. Bell delivered an excellent we have with\ the manufacturers enables us to place one each of HI,., .. I rip ictMan
opening sermon advertisement In every home In this vicinity, The Rack will be in ',: i
: J Mr. O. F. Duren Is making more alterations On Wednesday there was a "Devotional any home, and it is our earnest desire that you secure one. lament, ig

I to bill cottage on Julia street, Service," by Rev. Oliver ;
n ua; J9 WKITK FOK OUR K preparatory to Mr. and! Mra. F. A. Morgan "Address of Welcome and Response," ......,
taking possession on May lilt "Missionary Training in Our Sunday "" "
I pP' JKWKLKKS & IM POItTKKH: CATA 1.0(1 UK. :: Schools," by Rev. W. A. Lowder; "110'"
Nelson of South Tltusvllle
: Capt. P. ,
i to contributions from all the
41Vost Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. _____I Ia Ii :: expects to have a few more cottages members secure to Missions" by Rev. J. E.
erected thin summer, which be will furnish
***************************************************** and rent to winter visitors.Mr. Mickler;appropriations"Tbe necessity,"of Rev.liberal If. IIIce Missionary ; .

r .,. Chan. II. Walton will have many Preaching by Rev. J, M. Glazier: ;

t =t. x*. MOTLOWOLV .. GOOD ROADS. improvements made to his cottage on "Devotional service," by Rev. II. Dice;
'.... Julia street, this summer; and, when "The Kpworth League In relation] to
completed, will be rented as A first-class Missions," Rev.,%V. It'. Allen; "The league -
With the advont of good roads there boarding-house, under the name of "Tbe ; social as a Missionary Factor" by
will be thousands of acres of the very Sterling." Uev': L. D. Lowe; "The Kpworth League

best farming and fruit lands opened to : reading course" RevJ.. K. Mickler; and
1 Messrs. Prltehett Hall and Brady of
the settler In every county on the East preaching by Rev. L. D. Lowe.
( .1": Coast of Florida! says the )llomeseeker. South Tltusville, are about to have a The Address of Welcome, by Judge ,
line cement sidewalk laid In front of r
Those lands at the present time can be A. D. Penney, was well received \by; the v t
+ OLD KYEWHISKY bought; cheap, but, It Is not unreasonable heir residences! and Messr Prltcbettand brethren and congregation and was ably ''I
Hall 'will have neat picket fences
p to predict that this same land will trebleIn Lawler.
to the Rev. S. W.
replied by
i .. 'r 1 YI value Immediately! when they are erected at soon as they can get No. 1 Yesterday, tbe devotional service in SIZE OF RACK : 2 feet 6 Inches long:; 1 foot Inches high
made accessible roads lumber to make thorn of. RACK shown above Is made! of metal'
by !good loading morning was led by tbe Presiding Elder THE LION highly) polipheda
to the many shipping points.: These The City Wharf is to be extended anda Rev. !Mr. Lawler; and tbls was followedby finished In the latest Japanese Haroll-work: each coiner U ornamented! with

roads. are Mire to be built, for tbe peopleare bulkhead built, -so that. all kinds of What constitutes a Spiritual church, heavily curved solid metal HOU'H head a handsome, deep'l'Illlled >ieavv btrel;'
e fully aroused to their great Impor- craft going up and down Indian River by Rev C. C. Cecil; preaching by Rev. plain minor adorns the center of the Rack. On each Rack there an, tw(' doel'

tance In tbe work of developing and settling can make a landing, and the occupants II. Dice; Devotional service, by Rev. II. and four -1.It'| Oriental shaped books, making a total of sixteen hanger.
s the country. The Florida East can thereby visit our town. The Indian M. Jones; The Pastor's relation to the THE LION RACK Is not only ornamental, but Is strong nod durable
H Coast Railway bas made cities and towns River Yacht Club will connect their spiritual slate of the church, by Rev. J.F the ulmottt ogre !and pains are taken In Its mnnuf"o ..re. The m.ileiiula need j
I r and the good; roads now to be built and club-bouse entrance with the City wharf. ; Bell; The Layman'tt, relation to the the very bent, and It U constructed by thoroughly skilled and t-xperlcnt,
n rw.MAs to be constructed will rapidly develop spiritual state of the church, by Judge mechanics It Is ant of the mont attractive Hull Uacka that has ever. taco plat,
Fine Liquors Wines, Beers, and settle the country tributary to these A spirit of improvement has taken Arthur D. Penney; reports on Sunday on the market. an It Is absolutely now and unique In design.
I cities and towns., It theirfoie behooves possession of some of our people, who Schools and Kb worth Leagues, ; Discussion The distribution of these hamUume Rack will lu no wine afTuct out pi.
r Ales, Stout, Etc.tySend the man looking towards this prosperous have cleaned up their yards and sidewalks by Rev. L. Oser; preaching by the In all goods you buy here we sltftll' persist In giving you the best and the most til
and fixed their fences.
me your orders! southland for borne, to make baste and Delapltated Rev It. L. Honiker. your money can buy anywhere. ,
TITUSVILLK and O,'<:OA, FLORIDA. become settler while there are cheap fences are no ornament to Titusvllleor There will be many things of Interest We extend to you a special Invitation to call at our store and 'nnpect tt
lands and uncounted opportunities from any other town. See that your yards, for those who attend today and to more handsome Hat Rack Our proposition which enables you to secure 'uit oft the!
t yl ----- which to choose. his without question sidewalks and fences are In order, and row, and large congregations; are expect Racks In the greatest offer made by any merchant
that there Is not another section of tbe your overhanging trees trimmed.Mr. .
ed. bunday will end the Conference. Youis tiulyr
v Robbins & Graham Co. United States so replete In posslblllleH Wm. Mater bought a building lot Upon that day Dr. W. S. Walker, and
or where work Is done under more pleasant :EN'NEY: : :: : t3 : RAN'NING: :: :
from Mr. George M. Robbins, south of Revs. 11, Hlce, U. C. Cecil and W., A. : ?
a conditions than In tbe counties of
(Incorporated.) Capt. P. Nelson's residence, last week, Myers,
CAPITAL tlOOO.OOThiloomplnyowns: ; !9t.:: Johns, Volusia, Brevard, St.:' Lucle : and Contractor 1'. J. Hall li now erectIng The Conference Is in charge of the UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIERS MEN'S & BOYS' FURNISHERS,
PAID UP Dad tbe East Coast from
and covering a house on It for Mr. Maler. It Is on genial and popular Presiding Elder, Rev
1 and Jacksonville --T.t.1 US"V".t.J.J.c. lorid t2ardware --
the St.: John river at the river bank, and commands a beautiful S. W. Lawler.
the north, to Miami, Cutler and Key invited be .
view of Indian River. ]Mr.\ Maler Everyone Is cordially to ----- -- ---- - -
L.-NZ7S:: : West at the south. will grow fruit and vegetab'es, as therein present. v

On the St. plenty of good land in the neighborhood There have been about 25 delegates to : : : Starves Oils]
r the Indian River Country; ,
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.On of Tltusvllle. the Conference, all of whom are being
'' Lnole River; at New River and on Bay well taken care of by our town people. PAINTS:! CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC.

i Dlsoayne. Prices to suit tbe times. Tuesday evening. May 1st, tbe Florida MR. MCMILLAN WITHDRAWS.EAU .
I F & A. M. LODGE NO. 90. .
I State Horticultural Society will
Send for Land Lh t.
oommenoe Its nineteenth annual session, GALMK:, FLA.., April 2-&, 11)04.)
Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla.a and continue through Wednesday! and To Democratic FrisnJm There was a regular/ meeting of Indian
lily Many
Thursday. This meeting promises to be River Lodge No. 00, F. & A. M".on Wed-
one of unusual interest as some very In withdrawing from the contest for nesday evening, when a liberal donationwas
.East Coast Meat Market prominent speakers will be present. Dr. Assessor, I do so in the people's Interest. made by tbe members to the relief
A. F. Woods, Assistant Chief of Department A* three candidates mean a second pri fund for the California sufferers.
of Plant Industry Washington, D. mary-and no matter if the candidates One of the chief features of the even- Ir ? rah, ihi) :

G. F. DUREN, Agent. C., will speak Wednesday evening; Prof.E. do put up the money to defray the expenses Ins was tbe presentation of a beautiful I "

t A. Bessey, of the Floilda Sub Troplool of the election-yet, the people Past Master's Jewel, to Past Master M. v IIIIui
a:: Laboratory at Miami; Prof. P. II. must listen once again to the tale of woe I H 'Sams, which Worshipful Master !Morgan -

.s:>> c_:> Rolfs, Director of the Florida Experiment of the aspirant for the office, and for the delivered in behalf of the membersof
-. Station, and other prominent people second time lose time to attend the polls the I.odlleln a few well chosen words
.U2 J,:::>::a.:t will read papers at different sessions, and vote; which means tbe lOlls of one In which he thanked Brother Sams for
Q { a besides which tbe regular' program and day to hundreds who vote. his universal courtesy and the wonderful ) t I.
J:::>'::t tt reports of the Standing Committees will Both gentlemen who are left In the progress of the Lodge'under his rule iIIfI

,E. a, : be lead. Another interesting feature race are competent. Mr. Goo F. Bnseyla during the year 1005, J
has been added which Is called the especially so. Ills training and experience Past Master Sams was considerably affected
=a Question Box," which makes It possllu aa a bookkeeper, and his experience by this token of appreciation of sa R aw.al

eeI lu for anyone to aak questions of espeoal In later years In realty, would fit his efforts, and thanked the Lodge an
1 ,dC 4 Interest to them and an eltoit will be him for tbe office; and I believe it baa appropriate manner. li

Jj ..-D made to answer same at that session. been customary for years In tbls county p k '
,I The Jacksonville Board of Trade and other things' being equal-to give your tai

p:: he Ladles' Friday Musicale will furnish support to the articled. AID FOR THE SUFFERERS.Indian ,....
TTTU3VILLE FLORIDA.!' entertainment for the members.The Mr. Is .
Kusey, although crippled a / :' .'';;:.. /
railroads through the ritate have 'hustler and a staunch Democrat, from River Lodge No. 00, F. & A. .

made a rate of one fare plus 25: cents for President to Constable. M., Tltusvllle, bas sent out circulars to

THE ANHEUSER BUSCH the round trip. Thanking you for your splendid support brother Masons, soliciting subscriptions
I ., If you. are not already a member, send la the .past, to aid the sufferers from tbe late earth Walker: Hardware: Co.
$1.00 to E. O. Painter, Secretary, Jackoovllle I am, yours faithfully, quake and fire In Han Francisco. Secretary : ,
Brewing Asso's Fla., and get your certificate of P. A. Ma\lILLAN: Cairuthers has received subscriptions TITU3VILLE, FLORIDA

membership which will entitle you to from the majority of the memo ----------- - -- .. -- --'--- ---. ..- - -
the reduced rates.
famous. St. Louis Keg .and Bottled PEACH GROWING. bersMayor. B. R. Wilson, of Tltusvtlla, Is .......NN..N.....N...........N..........NNNNa

1 ; Heer.Bold GOOD FISHING. also calling for subscriptions, as will be F. A. Moito AN,Proprietor. DB. E. R. BLAKBWOOU: Registered DnigglES
l ), I Peach growing on tbe East Coast ol seen by tbe notice on our first page. :
I byMesere.F.A.Losleyand'R. -, Florida Is an Industry In its Infancy, but .. '
L. Motlow.Tltusvllle.iria, Dr. J. B. Ross and wife, of Mount tbe results achieved by those who have x

B Mr.R.L. Motlow,Coeoa. ri... Vernon, N/ Y., and }[r. and Mrs. Win. tiled the propagation of this fruit have' A SOCIAL AFTERNOON.On :
1\(. Prlndle, of Charleston, W. Va.; went met with remarkable success, and It Is ,
JOSEPH ZAPF &: CO. sblng: In Six Milo\ Croek, near Tltusvllle, only a question of time when the grow. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Geo. W. RED r PHARMACY
on /Saturday, and returned here with ing of the peach will become an extensive Sooble entertained a few 'of her friendsat = : ,
hundred! bream which for tbe lands here to be
I nearly two they occupation, her lovely home on Washington; ..
Sole Distributors, distributed among friends around town. splendidly adapted to this fruit. Most avenue. Tbe afternoon was spent In ..

; They said It was glorious sport to seethe of the peach groves; in this country have social chat, and as they talked they put ZJ
610 to 020 West Bay Street ; corks continually bobbing on the been produced by men of no previous many stitches some dainty bits of fancy ..

; water. experience In growing this fruit, and work. Delicious refreshments, consisting = TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
I JA CIC-JONVCLLE.:! FLA.West nMierinen always Ho they have consequently been obliged to of cream and cake, were served, and
I r.mf.: : that: rise to their ilyi learn from practical experience the best all present enjoyed this little social event 2 = Complete Stock of-
,thuuttheir HX! .sndahuuttheir. weight
methods of cultivation no it be fair
Aid about the rod .and ubtmi the bait. very much,,
End to state that men of experience In the =
They:: say, moreover: our I't to leaven, peach growing sections of tbe Middle\ .
That mighty| few I to heaven, Jj.
and North Atlantic States could make a A LAUNCH RIDE.
tines do they know but the scales went wrong,
EAU OALLIE. FLA.S. ur the yanlHtlok. lueaaureil .a trltlo long? splendid showing In this East Coast Z 1o'Preacriptione Filled with tbe

fc. Hodgson M. D., R. P., country, where at the present time lands .. ..
For the flail disappeared| IM all big ash Proprietor. And the story, pnnnthlyt, have been true can be secured at a low price.-The :
Hit we....,"I"', are. fur the gibe or the prod Homeseeker. Stewart, and two sisters, Misses /Candle
a, Corner of Young and Houston Streets. ur the fellow who never Jointed lit rod and Kate Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Harry .. : WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.

Complete Stock of Drugs and Druggist's But Maybe! all we of ua h -hope anil for surely a home we'll on ills hlffh.-: GROW CELERY$ out Wilson for a and spin Mr.on Wm.the Indian D. Meaner River, were, in ....,'.....+................... ..+-+.++...++.++..++..**

/Sundries, Cigars, Stationery, Per And he sure or our rhniiiwa. we ouruttuly call, :Mr. Stewart's trim little launch. The :=- - - - --- - -..-"--- ---- -- - -
For 81. Tutor lilmnolf walt it nnherman.
_ _ fumery. Toilet Articles, An acre of celery at Sanford yielded afternoon being:: a perfect one and the
Souvenir Cards, But' those verses do not apply to the t.t.OOO: this spring to its owner. How la waters of the river so calm, that many Walker Co:
Cvr-dies, Eto. above, for we can vouch for the veiitclty that for truck farming In Florida? Of launches were out, and like the above Grocery ,
of these llshermen,
course all our farmers can't abandon cotton party, enjoyed the outing;
> - - ----- ---- -- Dealer In -
r Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. and go to raising celery as their cRIef
DEATH OF MISS A. D. KENAN. money crop; but this wonderful Sanford: EXTENDING CITY WHARF. Staple acid: Fac.cy: Groceries: :: ,
acre Illustrates tbe merits of diversification -
and preaches tbe sound gospel Fruits: arid: Vegata'blea,
A slater of Mis. II. M. Flngler died
PINEAPPLECRATES that in a land of such kindly soil and Captain M. M. Ramsey, on board tbe "
near Wilmington, N. C., Monday last, climate aa ours the farmer who raises steamer, Canaveral!, bas arrived at Titus- :Hay: G-rstira.: : and:: :E= eEa
and tbe Star
Wilmington gave nothing but cotton when there are so vllle and anchored off the City wharf.
thlll account of the deceased: many other good things he could raise Capt. Ramsey was recently awarded the -Your Patronage Soliclted-
"Miss Annie I). Kenan daughter' oftbe
extend the wharf TITUSVILLE. .. FLORIDA.
us well and find profitable market for contract to City and
late Col. Owen R. Kenan of Dulpln
: them all, la losing money be might make he now has a force of men employed on -
and of the most esteemed
'' WRAPS one highly
women In this section of the State, died every year he farms.In the work. _____ L Ee:
iydi) O.
the neighborhood of Tltusville we ::EJ : :s ,
yesterday afternoon at 12:30:: o'clock at have Home tine celery land so why Ilamp Moore, who has been chief _
In Kenansvllle N. C.
the home ,
and family grow celery here? cook, this winter, for Mr and Mrs. Wm.M. -DEALTCI.s Tl J
\Mss Kenan's death was the result of an
accident in this city about year ago, Prindle, South Titusville, will leave GROCERIES GRAIN FOOD PRODOCfl r

NAILSx when she was ,thrown out of a buggy by A SUCCESSFUL GARDENER. this week, for Yew York, to take a similar ANDdHAYeAANDnALL '
a home which became frlght- We handle PRODUCE of !APES FERTIL
runaway position with Senator '\ J. La *
rcf 4 ned at an automobile. As the result of One of the most successful market We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all
the accident a limb had to be amputated gardeners on the East: Coast Is Roche, on his house-boat. Ilamp will ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at your Cation.K
xx Mr. R.
return to Titusville In October L. .. FLA.
and for several months she was. in the A. Conklin, of Tlllman.\ !Many years ago or Nov BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE,

James Walker Memorial Hospital here, Mr. Conklin had the misfortune to loose ember. - -.-- -
-- --
TIIE "nO I> CRATE. later going to her home at Kenansvllle, an arm ; but this misfortune did not take I

BEST/ QUALITY WRAPS.::! where the condition of her health varied away a particle. of his energy He cultivates A Vpimlar Gasoline Engine. w. c;<>:r\.TE. :R O-o..
until within the Use week she became his grounds intelligently\ plant- d
CEMENT COATED NAILS orsn, her death ensuing yesterday Ing mica as mature In his neigh-
fc and .. b...hood crops..nd.for which he finds Mr. J. Lnrlllard Jr., of the Lorlllard -Dealer
>ee oar samples get our prices b a ready
Boat Co., Tltusville, I I.* advertising! that SHAY A AS
fore buytng. We want your orders. DEATH OF MR. HENDERSON. gardeners market at of paying the Oookllng prices. More type U market whatwe popular and well-kaoe n marine gasoline STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES:, GRAIN, FRUIT

-Write at Eau Gallle made Turmait
us engine by Monabnn
{ want alonn the entire length of tbe PRODUCE OF ALL :
Information has arrived at I his office East Coast;The Homeseeker. several of which he bas placed along the TITUSVILLE .. KINDS.FLORIDA..
East Coast to the /great satisfaction of
hat Mr. Clifford Cotesworth llender-
-X- -Xr -$-<- the
purchaser These stationery
engines- -
erson, who spent pant two winters
S. In Tltusville. died on A pill kith, at Mureesboro GROWING WATERMELONS.Mr. portable or marine-deserve tbe at.

EAST COAST LUMBER &: SUPPLY CO Tenn, aDd was burled last tension will\ be of tbe probable customer, who INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
promptly furnished with full information
Friday morning In Evergreen Cemetery. S. E. Rice, of Tltusvllle, has nice
EAU OALLIE Deceased wes about 23 years old, And a or ten acres planted In watermelons and and price list on applicationto TITUSVILLE; 'FLA. J
FLA. and In J. Lorillard, Jr., Tttnsvllte, FU. Is prepared to famish Special' 51 ttw1
right promising young man. one acre cantaloupes. The prospect Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose
The ADVOCATE Joins with deceased' are that he will have quite a large) crop paid lacking for Yacht or for dealing rs my motto I
l send the ADVOCATE your Job Printing family In their sad to... of the above for shipment JOB PRINTING done at this office. family use.
p ; T. T. WETMORE. Proprietor.

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