Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00390
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: March 17, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00390
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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LOCAL NEWS, Till: LuVirGi JtUlCK ST01CI3. -Rev. Mlllldge Walker, of Melbourne, l>ry Goods, Cloth Illg'. ICIo.Neailv ENTERTAINS THE GUILD. AMONG THE HOTELS.

was a pleasant caller nt this office on

Id Topics of General Interest. The i'laceThat Is Always; UU!!).. Saturday. all of our new and immense :Mrs '1'. T Wetmore, of Tltusvllle, delightfully The AuvocArM In. on file nt all the
entertained the Indien of M.Gubrlnl's .
best hotel in New York city
T.OSTIsoolo: Charm, with Initials, mimmei stork of Clothing and Dry KpiNCopit: ) Church, Guild; on ..

1 Reading( notice ads. are ten cents LARGEST LINK OF MILLINERYever 'F. F. T." on back. Finder, please Goods him arrived), and you certainly Friday nfteinoon !lust, In honor nf l\I r.Vttmo.'e'a Whore to atop along tho Knit: Coast

Brline on this page. brought to Titusville-1'iittern Hats return to Manager, Indian River hotel. should not fall to come and BOO whatwe \ two ulsters. Mrs Isaac Denbyof See list of hotels, and boarding IIOUHOHon

ready to wear,; Sailors, etc. All kindsof have. New York ; and Mrs It. M. Crease, 1st Ith and 7tli
the ADVO-
BVlien you subscribe for -Miss Susie Uladwln will asn'st the of East': Orange, N. .1., who am visiting pages
ITU the It does not cost you Trimmings.YOU An endless variety of Men's Up-to-
: by year assistant Mis. A. Mr. and Mrs' W plllll>r... Not In several has Rocklodgo
Tree cents per week, postage Included.ote SHOULD SEE OUR DRY postmaster Mary date Clothing and Underwear, which for Ono of thu feature of the entertainment years
Scrlmguour the absence of Postmaster had so good a season and notwithstanding -
during ;
GOODS DEPARTMENT. It's replete price nail style cannot b" beaten on the was an "Olmervation Contest, lu
date of expiration printed upon Taylor. which tho of each the cool days, this winter, tourists
lady was
week. This with all the Reason's latest effects and Eiist Coast. memory put
fur paper or wrapper every to a severe teat. In lisle contest Mrs. L. stayed at thl beautiful I spot because(
receipt for your money. No need fabrics, No trouble to show them. -Major F. M. Taylor, the Titusville StrllIats, In all the most fashionable
received the first burnt
A Brady prize, a
for subscription they liked It. M oll..r". Pock, Jordan ami
rn to send receipt Write for samples. postmaster, left, on Tuesday: on a ten ,11I11)ell.] wood candlestick; Mrs. U'in. :\I. Brown

e date gives( It to you. A large stock to select from. Buy days' leave of absence. Ills first stop A largo stock of fitiihloiiablo; Shirts, was awarded the second \prize: un Egyptian Sharon, the three popular hotel proprietors -

THE ADVOCATE, your whole bill from us and Have money. will be at Atlanta. Hanan and Douglas; Shoes; also Lndios' wood basket; unit the consolation certainly look after till comfort of
presented to Mrs. J. Sondergaard their and Ho what to
prize wax guest, ( they can
In advance.
11.50/ per annum, No need to !go elsewhere.FURNITUREany Oxfords and Children's Shoes, In all
11.00 six months, '. FOR SALE, pleasant, nlne-room house. it pretty picture :Mm, James make them feel at home. Those who
kind you want. slr.es. Prltohnrd and Mis. II. It \Vllson received.
an. to foreign countries. Inquire of Mrs. Dodson Tltusvtlle. 4t visit Rookledgt Invariably do so
f IOOper once ,
We can please you In anything you need. Trunk, Dress Suit Canon, Umbrellas; the first and. second prices respectively,

iTHB!: EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is onfa See us before you buy; we wllTmake It -Mr. S. F. Travis, a leading merchantof !Men's mid Ladies' Tourist Caps, and In the Presidential Contest. ngaln. Tho hotel. are moderate priced,
five After a pleasing. recitation l hy Mrs. and would ndvlzo tourists to over
at the following news-stands, at to your Interest.A Cocoa, spent several hours In Titus other articles too numerous to mention. we stop I
the Invited Into the
Dnnby, guests were r
Titi per copy Red: Cross Pharmacy. New Line of STATIONERY, ns ville on Sunday.' Mr. Travis now has Mail Orders receive prompt attention, 4iniug! / -rnum, whore tuollmomo refreshments for a while nt Rockledge./ !
Jntusvllle- conducted
Hotel Indian River I I. '
[[.Jacksonville-Duval hotel. good or as cheap as you want. Investigate !- Mr. Frank Hatch In his employ book- JULIUS Kr.tK:, were liberally served. The Ion r
which for the Guild on tho same line that have character-
keeper.Mr.. cream- was a treat
this line and save money. Tit II 119II\ e, Fla.Mr. .
-Mr.. Louis A. Huston, of Cocoa, was ladies, from Mm. Wetmore-wandellclou Iced Mr. J. V. Jordan': famous) northern

the pleasant callers at this office New goods every line coming In. J. A. Collins mall agent on (the and greatly enjoyed. nterpilxe at Elberon, N. J. and other
f Ion If nave you seen them ? No; then do so Tltusvllle-Sanford branch of the F. E. C. : -: J. V. Jordan, lessee and nninag- Upon taking their departure, tilejtll""t. of ? have bmni

i Wednesday. at once. The most up-to-date numbers R'y is on the sick-list, and Mr. G. II. er of Hotel Indian River, Rorkledgo) wasa .. !gave three cheers for :Mis.. Wotmoie places' Largo sums money
thin hotel till winter which
which on
for the In spent ,
Gleason of Eau Gal- In Men's straw hats neck wear shirts pleasant caller at this otHce yesterday, delightful manner
II. ,
-fr. W II. Jones, of Jacksonville, was sent to relieve the ladles had been entertained. has Improved It InimenHnly. Many who

I, and little son, were In town on Wed. clothing, shoes; lu fact any thing required him. -The last member to stay at Can aves" ------ have stopped at the Hotel Indian River

Itday. for a well-dressed gentleman's al Club was Colonel Clms. 1'. Horton, .
SHADE TREES. the hotel I In better
wardrobe. -Mr. Geo. E. Jennings, editor and PLANTING this season nay condition -

I-Dr. Allen S. Klrdwood, who Is well- 'a proprietor of the New York Fishing of Bourne, MASK. Me came over to Tltiisylllo mid the cuisine U better than In r

lawn to many residents of Rockledge; Yours lor closer friendship, and continued Gazette, was among the pleasant callers) on Wednesday, and departed: for Palmetto palms are bohlpllillto.1/ nary years. Mr. Jordan' step-daughter
service, other spheres.On the street In front of the resilience of
I now atQulssett, Cape Cod, Mass., and at this olllce on Saturday He had beenon on Mrs. Ilnlbert, In among/ tho popular\ one
JOHN. R. WALKER & CO Mr, L. ( Brannlng/ corner of Palm and
lit.\ not visit Indian River this season. TUB LAKliK IIKICK 8TOIC a trip to Palm Botch and Mbiml. our llh pago will be found the Main street. Tills U a move In the right connected with the hotel

big> / ad. of the Eureka Wine and' Liquor direction, nnd all property owners who Hotel Plaza, under the able manugo-/
I N S. Jones who has been Titusville Fla. EN
Judge to Penney A: Brannlng's,
Co., Jacksonville. It is said to hn it first have nut shade trees along the sidewalks. 11\ell I. of AI r. 8. H, Peck, ha been doing
Aiding court at !Miami for the past the Clothiers and Furnishers, Tllus- abutting their property, should plant
class house, and they are bidding for a a nourishing tourist business till sea
k, was la lltusvllle Saturday and -All our editorial matter Is crowdedout vllle, three shipments of Straw Hats, them at once. '

edgy returning to Miami Sunday af- (tale! Issue to make room for other all the latest novelties In Panamas; ; and share of your trade There is. noth'ng! that m> Improved. the son. The 1'1>141\ ground are looking
value of property, and attract Mi angers more attractive each day,and the orange.
moon news. Split Straws; also a shipment of the -:Mrs. Isaac Denby, of New York;
to( n town, as much an plenty of simile tree. are covered with bloom. No better -

-A party of ladies and gentlemen -Capt. Geo. G. Gleason, of St. Aup- famous Knox Stmw Hats, $.1 cuts. It and Mr. II. M. Crease, of Fast Orange trees, ami now-In tho spring-I./ the evidence of the popularity of the

will to wait a few days and X. J., accompanied, by their brother time to plant trees, to unsure their !growing .
ustine In town pay you ,
was yesterday, looking
I'm' Cocoa came up to Titusville on 1 Milan; I I.. shown than by a glance; Into the

linday afternoon, In a launch. The after the dredge work at the Haulover Inspect our fine stock before making Mr. T. T. Wetmpre, were pleasant cull We, understand' that Air. G. F. Duren rotunda, which I I. dally filled with bap- ;

lie canal. your selection. Our line of Straw ers at this office yesterday. will uliade trees around his.
was not enjoyed as much aa usual, sooty J plant py-looklng guest

fit was raining a good portion of the -Do you want a marine engine l' If Hats will be the very latest style for PENNEY A BRANNINU Tltusvtlle, Julia recently' and acquired) Hopkins, ( property) Street Let corner other t>f Manager I'. A, Shares wears a pleasant
11)0.) ; Remember
we give ono
y. you do, the Florida Motor Co., Daytona, coupon are living Away a Victor Talking Machine Follow thiN good example, and no not put simile, for tint New Uocklodge hotel

I-Four birthdays were celebrated at are offering some good bargains, to clear with each 01 e dollar purchase, on the !and Ono Dozen Records On It olT. for It will sooa bu> Hummer time, halt been well putronl/.ed this winter. .

oIl their season's stock Victor Talking Machine. each One Dollar Purchase you gel a and too late for tree planting I"I..blnrowlll/ nailing, dancing, card, e
vaster Lemon street ,
cottage on
PKjfNicr: & PENNEY: Coupon, and the holder of the lucky: parties, uto., while away the time very
Inday, In consequence of this unusual : -Mrs. P. Nelson and :Mr. and :Mrs. P. Clothiers and Furnishers.Dr. .
number gets thin swell present. Call ACCIDENT AT FORT PIERCE pleasantly. The dance last Saturday
hat In'
of four birthdays taking place Sonderga.ud; left here on Sunday for F. H. Houghton; and wife, who In and hear the Victor In all the latent night was largely. attended byguestsaudtownspeople .

lesdames la same house, and on the same day, ftockledgo, to spend a couple of days have been at Melbourne for several\ selections.We Quite n painful, and may bo fatal, aoclilfciit 1 both a* :participant anti

Vests Feaster A Breitwlsch gave the with Mr. and Mrs. K. :Mathl.isen of Key weeks, will probably return to TitusvlDo have In our stole complete stockof occurred at Fort 1'leroe, on Wednesday spectators. The cluck was excellent,
quite a Delm'onlco: dinner. N, J. Ut when little Leon Yates, the
port, about the end of this month. T>r. everything that can be found anywhere and Manager/ Shares and his charming .4t
throe old sou of Mr. and !Mrs. O. 0,
Ir. and and Miss year
Mrs. K. Mathiasen -Mr. T. G. Rollins, of New Hill, N. C., Houghton experts to have a. 10 h>. p. In an up-to-date Gents FurnMi- Yates, pulled" kettle of boiling water' young wife did all they possibly! could to

Jlieodore Mathiasen, of Keyport, N. J., who has been spending the winter at motor Installed ID the Dentos) while in lug house. Call\ In and I select your from the window onto himself and his. make It 1lea"I"ltforall who were present ,

Itio are stopping at Rockledge, came up Palm Beach, arrived In Titusville, yesterday Titusville. He says: Hotel Carleton U Hummer Suit. uncle, Junior Stewart, the U: your old a.II the dance.; Claret punch, ice crash'sasul ,,'Jj I

I Titusville, Tuesday, on a visit with full of and Is having 1'KNNKV & IJUANNI.VK, son of !Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Stewart bail cake were plentifully supplied the ;
on a visit to his brother, Dr. K. guests, everybody / Leon the right side and
Iy scalding on ,
rpt.and Mrs. Nelson. Mr.\ Mathlasen and tlino.Mr. Clothiers and Furnisher! / guest" and visitors-free to'all. There
E. Rollins, wife. good Junior on the left arm and loft side of '
turned to Rockledge the same day, the head.. Mr. Stewart brought Master were a goodly number of ladle j.'
editor -: and Mrs. P. Sondergainl, prominent -Mr. E. F. Cooley, a prominent and I fir; ,
The ADVOCATE acknowledges
luring :Mrs. Mathlason and daughter, ; Junior to Tltusvllle yesterday, and he Is on the floor hut the Misses Hardee, of

1:n Theodore, in Tltusvllle\ for a while. with thanks, a basket of fine, ripe straw. residents of Keyport, N. J., who well-known merchant of Lansing, Aile h., doing .|iiHe well, but fears are entertained Hockledge compared, favorably: with any > (I'I'of

berries from Mr. R. A. Crinkling, of Till- have been enjoying a lengthened visit accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. llakor and for little Leon who Is quite seriously ,
I|! PENNEY A BRANNING'S, the man, who has been shipping Urge quantities with Cnpt. and Mrs. P. Nelson, of South !MIsH Cooley, were among the pleasant I scalded __ tb m. The Sunday evening song "
Cp to date notwithstanding
ervlce attended -
Clothiers and Furnishers. was largely
and down the Kant: Coast of late. Titusville expect to leave for home on callers at this office on Wednesday They
Sever before up the fact that It rather ,:
In the history of Titus- TARPON CATCHING.Mr wan
Monday morning next, stopping over at had just returned from about cruise of .
1 villa hag there been such a large line IF YOU NEED A IIIGII-GRADE SEW- Richmond, Washington and other places two months to Palm Beach, Miami and -- warm night to be In doom. Mr. .. J. ,f .

I of up-to-date, Boys' ready-made Clothing ing machine or parts attachments or en route. Mr Sondergaard In one of the the Florida keys, where they caught lots C. I). HONM, of New London, C't., Simmons, of Detroit, led tho service la avery ,.

I shown We fit thEm all large needles for anymachlne. Write to F. ban returned, to Itockleilge after a visitto efficient manner, and the orchestra .
can ,
firm of the New Jersey Pottery Co., of of flsh, and had a glorious lime. This St. Lucle Inlet where he hauled In a I

I or small. Prices right Call In and O. Miller 419., W. Bay street, Jacksonville Perth Amboy, X. J. Mr. and Mrs.\ J. was Mr. Kaker's lint visit to the Kant: t\rl'n. A ;iOlt. ,channel bass wan one played and the people Hang many old. .

see them, or write us. Mail orders Fla. He sells everything in the Sondergaard; will also leave the same. Coast of Florida, but will not be his last ef tile biggest fists lit hauled In this new and popular hymn. aIr. James

I receive prompt attention line at cut prices; also, a splendid time for Perth Amboy. The above party Mr. Cooley will bouse bin fine auxiliary. week. Matthew, the famous dry good. mer-
Penney A Titusville. line of sccood-hanrmachloea on hand, Mr. Chas B. If egg, one of our New chant of Brooklyn did not take an active 'I,
Brannlng, expect to take the St. Johns River trip launch, Keewanah, on Nelson's. way, York .,subscribers has just hauled. a ,

I -Mr. and Mrs K Mathlasen and fam- for asbort time,at from $,'1.('<" to $10.00 from Sanford to Jacksonville. Tltusvllle, until next winter and the tarpon at 1'unta Raima. It measured 4ft. part on this occasion.

IT of seven children and maid passed We pay the freight. 22.4 whole party expect to leave today, for llln., and weighed. Alllm. He naught --
books ABC Books.
s Scrap other the tarpon with a 0 I thread line and 11,. HERE'S A CHANCE.A j
f rough here, Saturday last en route -Mr. J. R. Walker, Superintendent of Another lot toilet soap, 3 for lOcts. the Aloazar, St. Augustine, I
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Pm Keyport, N. J., to the New Rock- Public Instruction, left, Sunday last for FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES. points[ on their way home. resident of Eau (;0.1I1e.Fla.
prominent .
"ge hotel
Rockledge, where they exset Fensen. He will inspect the school at Rugs 7.;>cts. $h73; *1.85; J.COr: et r. Oranges for H,tle.IndUaRiver Company of Jacksonville, ., write the ADVOCATE a* follows, I
to ,
remain some time. Mr. Mathlap that place, and then start homeward, Tapestry, Brussels Carpet.
w which In Florida's largest and I best and we want all hotel men to read Itcarefully
the president of the New Jersey inspecting all the schools en route, arriving (COPPER Paint, House Paint. : Oranges and Grapefruitnot I
fruit and l house solicits :
l'literot' tteryCo., and Mrs. Mathtason I III a Titusville, this afternoon.Mr. CIIAS. A. OARDXER: hurt by recent freeza. Shipped to consignments.produce They deal, exclusivelyI your A company will be formed here to put

Mr P. Sondergaard, who Is Tltusvllle Kla. at $3.5O box: Y. O. B. Fort
anyone hotel If good hotelman
:sltlolf Geo. M. Bobbins left here on I fruits and produce, consequently up a building, some
( Capt and Mrs. P. Nelson, of Pierce. Cash with order. Address, northern hotel .
ouch Sunday for Tallahassee, where he bad a are In a position to give your consignments with good connection
For Sale Kxcluiuge. JAM Kit: K. Ati>Kews,
or will\ take umYleut stock to
law case to attend to. Mr. Bobbins may the attention they deserve.GIVE . *, \V'
j:>-tf Fort Pierce, FU. furnish the hotel and will run It for II i I
D. C. ,
For Sale. leave, this week, Washington, TI1KM TRIAL.. .H-SU:
High-grade two seated trap and single moderate rental
In the Supreme term of live year at a
he has a case
One 3 buggy, full leather trimmed; practical ((crass For Hale Cheap. for the building I ; or to any good hotel
p. Toquet Motor complete, His law practice Is increasing
Court. Will exchange for good. Bound For Sale. man, who will\ put up a hotel on his own,
r">naft( Propeller, batteries and mag- so rapidly that he keeps continually on new. The season being nearly over, I am determined account, we will donate M town lot for .1

pttto. Price, 112,00. the move-first at one court and then at launch with reliable motor, not over 3 to sell several of my fine home To reduce our stock, we are offering/ their real value of about &;(,INN) ) >.0<>, containing
ti p; launch not drawing over twenty three baslder some other' I
L\9.!! PBITCHARD A: Sos, another. No old launch at a sacrlfle. If you want a good, gentle marine engines at less than cost. acres, '
out want
Inches. worn property.
Titusville, Fla. horse at a bargain, do not miss this op .1 It .p.. 4 cycle.. Renal jump. spark. I
for Sale. ed. W, R. llAKDKK.: writeto Write to G. F. PaddUon, Eau Ga11l,. t'i
Fine ,Property portunity. Come and see them, or with shaft and reverse wheel $l'5!:
Fla. Fla.
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Pineries! and<< Land for Sale. C. L. Donx, 4 h p, 4 cycle, Buick jump spark

The Crabb property Cocoa, FU., for Notice. 4t New Smyrna, FU. with shaft and reverse wheel 133: Fire Insurance. 1

Two, two-year old, small sheddedk ale cheap.suitable Finest for location Gents' Furnishings In Cocoa. I hereby give notice that I have given Typewriter- for Sale.- 2j h p Knox with solid wheel and Reliable Companies.- Lowest Rates. q,;.''<1

'ioerles for Building shaft. , . . , . 100
k sale, 25 miles south, of Palmeach. Goods Store. ApplyJ. Strychnine to my bogs for the purpose Write: MOHOAM A: W ALT?:(, n{
or Dry Hale A Densmore In U s h Knox with reverse wheel '
Good For : Typewriter, P
this Not of killing worms.
crop year. F. WOOTEW: 2.Vl: : Tltusvtlle, Florida.
ar: by freeze. Also wild pineapple Cocoa, Fla.: R. O. HUXTEIi! fr.t-claae condition. Cheap if sold at and abaft , . . . 1)0) f

30-ft Box No. .W The/ fl engines are new and are/guaranteed "
J. C. RICHARDS! 25-'J; Sebastian, 'Ia. once. p. O. : Detttlatry.Dr. II I
';;'ld 1 I; Boca Raton, Fla West Palm Beach., Fla. by the Fl.". Moron Co., I I

Thl. 1* a tare Chance. A Hare Chance. Daytona, Fla. I
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C. C. Fclgel the well-known
Orange Grove for Sale.

A Winter Home. A fine piece of property for sale facingthe For Sale or Rent for next season,'completely Orange Lauds 1'or Mule. Dentist, who Las had hi. office In the II'

I 'T0.( ) will Florida East Coast. Railway station, furnished, 12-room cottage; 3 Manhattan Orange Grove, Rockledge, residence of Mr It.L. Motlow, on Julia Tr

,'}f a winter home buy a beautiful location Titusville\ Fla., owned by Mr C. Collins acres land facing Indian River. Rented Fla. A One orange grove, full bearing street, baa moved the name to the buildIng \ f

IVi: : *, on celebrated Merrlttslri of corner s\ore building this season for'40O. All land cultivated, trees. A floe house, furnished. New Orange land for sale In Polk county by just couth of the Delsner boardinghouse -
bl'reen consisting
five Indian and Banana: rlv- house. Grocery and re. some bearing grapefruit and orange packing Louse barn, eto. Reason for Randall A: Craig; Co. Can pay by Instal where he wilt be pleased to see tIt
1' acres Improved, with fine front- and a 9-room and other fruit. Trees) We fence out ba ]iled all In need of Dental work.
It, therewith. This I.a to trees, were not selling: too mach care and responsibility ment. clear, put <
* connected I I. to have teeth t
both river taurant hurt with frost on the Island. Owner a good plan your j
*-frost protection. *
Iroeent and a Enquire for full particulars Mr. II. tree, fertilize, etc. examined whether think there 1 Ie '
:: fishing desirable piece of property, will\ sell at a /great bargain at once on you
I Particular 1 and hooting. very maker. See this map as account of death. Address, Julius Smith, Rockledge, Fla., or '1 Address Randall A: Craig Co., photographers anything the matter with them or not. t l!

2i Began c. BCCHMAK, food! money BCA.IB, Merritt, Fla. Montclair, Are., Montclalr, N. J. :Sl-U Tltusvllle, Fla. "A stitch In time save nine."
:hit. Jacksonville, Fla. icon at possible. t i



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. Stuart. I JAMES. PBITCHAKD. President; WM. M, BROWN, Vice-Preside-7,
WINSTON 'S. BBANNINO, {,;a hler.

M. It. Johns county-commissioner of Good Health INDIAN 'RIVER STATE

PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAT.CHABLEI construction this district, at has Corbetl's. a new yards.launch under BANK

H. WALTOH, Editor & Publisher. Thomas Hogarth has purchased Mr. COUNTY DEPOSITORY. J
Bell ey'* canopy top launch and Is deriving I

A".EaLY JODBHAL DBVOTBD TO THB DBVBIrOF a creat deal of pleasure from It. to theehildren Authorized capital $ 00coo

..O..lIT THB IHDIAH BIVBB, I.ABBWOBTH The yawl, Trochee goes out almost Paid up capital. $25.000

AMD BHIOATHB BAYBOTIOHS.Discontinuance dally with merry parlies aboard, who I Average deposits $200,000
are found of the bellying sail and the ''tA -
of advta. muiit be made-per.
.ally at thin office or by "..rltl g. whistling Transacts a General
Walter Kltchlng: has purchased tho Banking

Check,etc., may be made payable to CHABLEIH. new Mmnions launch rihe l is a f.tst
little boar, and her now owner will derive Business
WALTOK, publisher.In ..
much pleasure from her. I

In writing to the ADVOCATR for Informatlonol Mr. and Mrs. Will Harris, of Tlbbalr, Children 'Largest and Oldest Bank on the River,

my khul.the writer will oblige by enclose. vent itoveral days heie, the past week, especially are fond of dainties, Exchange bought and sold on u> i.' .
log a itampuil-aililreiiHed envelope. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Gallgher, at Countries.r {I
their cony cottage on avenue U. and the housekeeper must look carefully

BOSTON: OFFIC'S Tim KAST COAST, AnrrOATB cleared of all .tronase: appreciated. Prompt 'on '
Avenue D has been treatment,and favor Itt
ha oponert an ofllce at 4 4 Atlantic avenue the their food. every coina ttervative m.'
weeds and rubbish within past few, to banking granted
Bon ton, which will bo In charge bf Mr. Claude much the ,
days, which adds very to appearance CORRESPONDENTSEmpire :

C.Walton. of this popular tho oughfare. !' As good cake can be made only with Trust Company, New \

Address all communications to The launch, Sli .dow, of Palm Bead, I' Florida Hunk and Trust Co., Jack*. ,.It
COAST ADVOCATE, owned by Capt. Oeo. Andrews, and Haiti .
EAST good also cake that is healthful .
so a .r.l.r
TITU VILLE. FLORIDA. to be tbe fastest launch on Lake Worth, eggs,
was in our haibor Wednesday morning. . . .
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U. S. Department of Agriculture Miss Susan Kitct".lng has a force ol as well as dainty must be raised with J.1 :II:> <> :I313 I ::i."TSi.SucceRsor : -

Weather Itureau-Jupiter, Flo. painters business re-painting block, which her is residence adding very and a pure and perfect baking powder. ( to Dobbins Uro .)

much to the appearance of the buildings. c:;. "'CT rq an.: 1. ::L. C> C :E;. S 1\ILJ: : T B.

The following ill/ a comparative statement The last account received from the Royal Baking Powder is indispensable Badges, Checks, Door Numbers, Stencils Trunk and Locksmith feuppuei.
of temperature and rainfall for tbe Colbys was that they had arrived safely UEPAIKIXG OF OUNS AND KEVOLVKRS A SPECIALTY

week ending Tuesday, Mar. 14, 11)05. In tho Plnta at Apalachicola, Fla. They in the of the Gun and Kevolver parts and keys at whole ale. Trunks and Valises Repair* I a
-11)J1j-( -19(14( ore bound for Chicago, via the Mississippi preparation highest quality 221 Main :bt. Jacksonville. Via.
78 07 75: 60 river. of food. It imparts that peculiar lightness
0 78 71 74 51! Tarpon are beginning to come up the
10 8.1 71 77 01 river In large: numbers. One or two oar- Till< SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
11 71! OS: 83 iiI ties have been made up to try and land sweetness and flavor noticed in the

12 7S ((17 70 05M one of the silver beauties but, so far,
71) 07 SO 02 none of them have been successful.Mr. finest cake biscuit
doughnuts crusts etc. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
05 ,
14 70 02: 85 and Mrs. Kobt. McPherson are at ,
Total rainfall for the week: 2.97 home from {Seabreeze, where they "
again and what is
renders the '
Departure from normal rainfall for tbe have cottage on the beach. Mr. Mc- more important, *X 1-
week: plus 2.27 Inches. Departure Pheison's pineapple interests here are Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick
from normal rainfall since January 1, extensive, and needed his attention. food wholesome and agreeable to young Paving .....
minus 2.07 Inches.UAL. .
P. IlARniN Observer. The handsome yacht, Mary I), owned and old. Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville\ Florida. Telephone No i 62
by Chas. W. Hillings\ of New Smyrna.Is .
anchored here. Mr. Billings comes J. K. :JIUNNEULYN, General Manager.:

BREVARD SCHOOL BOARD to this point every season to iUh for Tarpon ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. . .
and he has always been successful.J. -- -- - -
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Deberry, of Little Klver, arrived Indianola. day, to spend the rest of the winter with The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the State

(continued from page 8.) heie, the first of the week, with the his parents, L. F. and M", AI at hews, in
county convicts. Mr. Duberry and Morris the Nlsbet cot taKe.

Special tax Hclicol DlHt. :No. 4- Johns, our new county commissioner, A. A. Buck, ,.f Ormond, m de a fdiort James Keel, who has been spending :rc.: ._ .. ... ZBoiJLrs: 65 C c.
hand ln..t .... an onBorelved have the at work on the
faith on at report. men county visit in Indlauola the fiist of the week.J. .
the winter with his uncle S. J. Field
111I Feb. UlOfl/ ..... ..... 54 OH road. ,
Total. . .... .... .. .... ... llOOn M. Field, of Seabie ze, made a returned to his home at Macon, Ga., 01 GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN
Lean warrants paid In Feb. 190(1 oo ou OS Mr. and Mrs. Fred laligher, Mrs. J. C. business trip down here last Saturday.Sirs. Saturday) accompanied by his cousin, SEEDS,
- Hancock, Miss Amy Kltching and Stanley : Bartram Field.Preparations.
Total cash on Imml. ..... 9 449: noIteralzail Kltching went on a fishing trip, Fri John Field, Mrs. S. Grant and are In progress for a gooc Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
day afternoon, to Amy lake. Tbe party daughter have all been 111 the past week, Easter service on Sunday, April 23rd: as

Receipts. reported a delightful( trip, and were much but are Improving rapidly.Mrs. we liavn more than the usual musica 200 Ea Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
County school t'lnll- pleased with the lake, which is about a Wm. Harrison of ability. We are looking forward to it
Cincinnati O.
<"anh on hand at Imt report .. J4 14 .
Reo'd K W Hall, tax' ': I'H)4! ) ..... 1111 711 mile long. after .two..months' stay at Oak cottage, with pleasure. Catalogue Fiee. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. 14'y, and A. C L. Ky.MeMurray .
polls HK14 .. . 1'1 00 Every body is delighted with the new left on Tuesday for Day tona. On Sunday afternoon, at three o'clock .
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Comptrollor,tux 1111 to 03 31 04 R. S. Roberts. He l is only standard time there will be
lilt ions Vina Hrh Fd 37J: 211 depot agent The ADVOCATE gaining subscribers preaching
.' J U Walker, sup sold. .. III 311' 037 30 here an a relief agent but, by his business all the time, along: Indian River. People at tbe chArch. Rev. W. F. Allen, of Tittisvllle -
Special tax school Dint No. 1- methods, he has gained the good generally! know a good thing when Methodist church, has kindly & Baker
Cash" on hand at liutt report ..* 182 80 will of the railroad patrons, and they they see it. consented to come and help us. ,
Reo'd.. from K W Hall tax IIMJ4 28 \21 want him to have charge of the ofllce ,
Compfrtax 11100..... 81 211 41 Emraerson Matthews of
permanently. Columbus, JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at
Special tax school DlHt.No. 2. O., after a fine trip by way of New York, this office at reasonable rates. Give 4O1-413 East Kay Street Jacksonville, Florida,
Cash on hand at lant report . 3 10.1 62 Thursday, Mr. and !Mrs. Howard Hum Cuba and Miami, reached here Hun- share of work.
Itoo'd from K W Hall tax IHI4.! 50 Oil phries chartered the launch, Egyptl, and on us a your

Compt'r tax lUWS-O: -a mi 187 21 with several of their lends spent the ______ _n. __ _ _ _ ._ _ ___ __ ___ __ _ __ _____ -Makers and Jpbbers of-
Hpenlal tax school! Dlst. No 3aMh -
waters of the St. Luclo.
<* on hand at last report..ft 13740 day on upper : -l"UICJ<: LIST or-
Iteo'd. from.. K \\ Hall tax I1HI4 5 ni': The party killed a large rattlesnake, Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
Compt'r tax llJOt; . 411' 1U37an which was swimming the rivor, and they ,
Bixsclal tax school Dl'"t. No 4Cosh - also landed a 7-foot alligator, which Mr.

on hand At lant, report 3 no Humphiies will have mounted. Eureka Wine & Liquor Co. Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
Keo'd., f mm K W Hitll tax 11.,4.IJ\: 41ou
ItNKi. .. hour the
Comp r tax : 9 oo OH The bathing Is most popular ,
First-CIass Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
Total... .... .... ...i.... .. 91.wa 4uItentUod of the day with the hotel guests and
cottagers. At 11 o'clock a merry thiong/ _. ._ _.
The Creat Southern IMuIl Ortler -- -- -- -- -- --
------ .Jlollle. - -- --- ------ ---- -- ---- --
gather and amuse themselves swimming
Kxpenilltnren.Bpeclal and diving. Mrs. Fred Galigher Is the :::13 Y . .
tax school ])I.t. No. 1.- best lady diver. Those ladies who do Express Prepaid. Full Quart Measure. "I.1'Y C> 1.1r:

Teachers salaries.... .. ....$37000 not dive, wear flaming red hibiscus "
1* LKyzer halllllllpll8 nth 1110... M (HI $ 42800Bpeclal 1>er Four Six i 'Per FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHES
hair which is attractive.
flowers tbtir i i
very |
tax school DlHt.No.2.- ,! Gallon!I I i Quarts] Quarts'ItfToTT" a.eHatchett'
... from a house that has been in business over thirty years,
Teachers salaries ..... ....9 Olio 00 .. Prlvat.eSlock.. . . . . . . . . . . $1((00 | .1| (>O $120Q
K K "Kwtnxou' 111&1111'111'11. ('til mo IIIi noJ I PRICES
C Gilbert ," 34 78J 68!) 78Bpeclal \ Hpanlsh: mackerel have put In their appearance Hatchet's That's Whiskey . . . . . . . . . . . 4 fiO 4 CO 0 no 13: 7atchett'll :\ and has always had the reputation for LOW
tax school. Dlst. No. 3Tearhnrtsrlarles. .- again, and fishing for them has I Old Uye . . . . . . . . . . . :320 I 3 J 20< 4 80 n GO on the finest goods Imported and Manufactured
... ..... 9378(10( been on for several days past. The fish Eureka N. C. Apple Drandy . . . ., . . ; . . 475 475 7 00 14 00
.r H Hell haul pupllH Hli mo.. w ouJIN have arrived earlier than usual, and the N. C. Al'ple Brandy . . . . ?. . . . 325 I a) 25TCureka 4 85: I 9 70
Andrews -an (Hi" $ 4'JO 00 local fishermen predict a good mackeielseason. Malt . . . . . .t.. . . . . . . 100 400Kuroka 1100 12 00 Hess <& Slager,
Bpeclal' tax school ])Ist. No.4.Teachers .- The channel going: seaward at Peach Brand . . . . 4
N. C. . . . . . 75; 4 75: 7 (dO 14 00(
T Wafers. salaries haul ......Oth.. .. . 9 305: noJ Gilberts Bar is better now than it has N. C. Pencil Brandy . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ij.5 3 25: 4 85: 170 DIAMONDS:: WATCHES & JEWELRY
D Edward* pupils" mo" 40 no 00 miW 9 308 00 been for several years; there Is an average; Eureka N. C. Corn . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 25: .1 25Kureka : .1 85: I 0 70 11 and 13 Main St. :
J. & S. W. and A. C. L. WATCH INSPECTOr
of 7-feet of water on .the bar In the middle N. C. Corn, XX . . . . . . . . . . . :300 300KurekaN. 4 50 I I 0 00 '
Total special' fund warrants ii'U:) 75 channel. O. Coin XXX . . . . *. . . . . . . 275: 275Kureka 4 15: 8 :30 H30 V,'. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

County School Fund <: N. C. XXXX . . . . . . . . ... . 2'iO/ 2 i>0 :3 75: 7liO ---- --
.T 11 Walker Hilary muit for Fob J nom Kock.s. Old Crow Bourbon. . . . . . . : ?. . . . . . 450/ .I noHermitage 0 75fl 13: f 0 ..
Jl M K H.irilDHty Ormll pur" dlum" mlluKeJ !i I nu 1.11 Strikes Hidden Rye . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 :50 4 50 75: 13: i'i0( :; .o.c ennsBI : >
A .1 ""rter 5 1101 When your ship strikes the hidden Sunny Brook Uye . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 75: 3 75Hunny 5 05 u ao sri SPrt.XJSTG"I
J U K Fliuraii 1'iiineroy Inn.. wood.. for.. Feb" 7 INI rocks of Consumption. 1'neumonla., Brook Sour Mash. . . . . . . . . . :3 75: :3 I 75Kcho ; 5 65II ; 11 so :!:>S F'C>rt.
V M Tavlor tooo nt-amp envelop 21 10 no MlH you are lost, If you don't get help from Spring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 .r>0 4 05: I 01)( 13 75 ,
Kouth Ruh KiMik lHp. biMiks.... (IM 1)r. King's; New Discovery for Con Silk Velvet. . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 I 00 5 25; 7 85i 15 70( I
lludlinon HriiH, Riippllui No 0. .. 111I\ sumption. J. W. McKinnon, of Tal- Oakland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :3 I 75 4 (00 (H i 00 I 13 00 Turnips and Ruta
Kk >t Ft IMorua Kmcul 'e l Bagas.
Aiftn > It 17mi
o'To 8t Hank: J F aoat ladega bprings. Ala., writes: "I had I (
Onion Sets Bermuda and
I R Htiue "'"Ik" '. .> AUii been very \111 with l'neumonlalOder the I Pearl.
Chi from $12.50 to $:'J.r.O per Gallon DcIUereil.
:John >lonry: r.I minutes pub INIa care of two doctors, but was getting no Cabbage t varieties for Florida. Beans. I.
.f.1 O K Hlminoim Walker I nlii. | ili-nks, etc. .. 4j better when I began to take Dr. King's Save twelve l belnof Ilatchett's Private. Stork anil secure a bottle freo. Rave twclvn latxit* of f Seed Potatoes-for fall :N. 4 Rose and
exp pimutica " A Btoiuler' Hiimd.e: for No 27 I 11II New Discovery. The first dose gave cure a liottln free. Save twnlva 'labelx of Kureka N. \.'. Torn .and net-lire a Imttlu frea. Save twelve Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc .
M K PIvldH haul 8nh.te.II"'plll.. .. 8(1( (HIAttoBt relief, and one bottle cured me." Sure ItilifU bureka. X. O. Apple) Krumly. anil I nmmra one bottle. f...... Save twelve UlieUof Kureka Male .
oJ A Rnjt"r :J'J tltI for sore throat, bronchitis, coughs and secure one butt. la free. }"rh'es..r all unntls bought at companjr'g store a ro'lic per gallon Iflaithan

Allwt Clara Houauril...ult balanru.roinpromlxeof -... IJH /nnT.T cure and colds. Guaranteed at the Red when ilnllvereil.'*, All standard No charge. brands. tit of jnjtn whisktun, Imxrs or solil flravnge.over my All.bar of my ac tucta tinttlen for are drink full 10 nmuiMiin 1 L. O.A. ::EJEI.C::: ::>1'\T. Soodsn:1a1: : I
Milliard hRllil.tlh.te.1 pnplln do 00 Tltusvillle Fla.. price wines L
Cro Pharmacy All quoted application -
Ft J'ler"IOWII 1 14 East St. Fla.
pub inliuites A Leaves 5 for Bay Jacksonville
r.Oo and 1.01. Trial bottle free. 7011.
llnanclal Btatcmunt . ...... 300 $ sal 81 I

Total warrant l auoil..... ( ,487; MlT EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR COMPANY : dt :c--> -

: Jl. t\ JIAlUllts'rv, ,
J. It. 'V Af.Klm, Chairman. in.. West Buy Street .Jacksonville 1< 11\.

Secretary. ._ _
The Hoard adjourned to meet at 1:1: :30) --- H Joseph D. Christie
a. m., :Tuesday, !March 7, 1'IOTi. OC::>N"'C::>'V'EJrt."S :J:) UGSTC::> ::EJ, ,
Tbe Hoard mot at 8i::!() a. m., Tuesday
Store In
The Most Widely Known Drug Florida.
JIftrch 7, HM>:.1. TroHent Jl. [<'. llanlosty,
chairman; J. M. Orrel, A. J. Carter and -AOEN'TS FOIl- REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT
J. It. Walker, secretary.. Jfunn.vlly's Delicious Candies, liOcts per pound'. White Ribbon Liquor Habit ,
On motion the amount of $::'0 U allowed Cure: BOcts and $1. VInol-Unsurpassed as Reconstructive Tonic and Cure for
M. K. "Field, In full compensation Bronchitis. Hard Rubber andlKlastlo; : Trusses. Crutches. Silk KUstlo Stockings 308 Dyal-Upchurch Bldg.
for transput-tine Isolated pu 1'1111. and Abdominal :;upp<)rters. Kverything; for the sick room. Curafive Anti-toxins
On motion, the sum of $3J U allowed for DiptherU, :Scarlet: Kever, Lockjaw in Hor ell. AU Mineral Waters. Jacksonville. Florida.
J. A. lingers, in full compensation for If you cannot net what you want" in our lines in your own town, send tpBay I

transporting isolated pupils. OC>>:J:1C: >>"V'O .'S :J)11.g S'tc>>:rO.
On motion, the claim of J. II. Hicks
for and Julia SU. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
transporting puplla Is rejected. Investigation
. . . ... want to buy business
showing that he Is not entitled -- -- -- - --- -- - you a ,
to anything under the rules. yon want to sell a business,
On motion the suit of Clara SogaardTS WE ARE WELL STOCKED Ooa..S: .:1. eJs IF you want a partner, or
Board of Public Instruction, Is compromised In the way of everything. belonging: toa you want more capital in your business. In fact
for the sum of One Hundred firs tolas drug hou e. In the line of you want anything In the real estate or business hoe

and Cents Fifty-two Dollars and Seventy-live PATENT MEDICINES O"\Lr: .. ..tttSc.tioc.: .. :I? eass : JOSEPH D.Address
($132.73): ) of which amount U a CHRISTIE, aa above.

warrant previously Issued for 2(1.23 by we have through the list and
the old Hoard, which U given In part We sell you Groceries at WHOLESALE
payment.On weeded out the bail and sorted up only

motion the sum of fno U allowed on the good. What we now have in Prices Write for our Price List. Great SpeclajHtTTLERs Allents O. O. IBottes, Sole Agents

T. J. Itilllard, In full payment for trans Patent Medicines arc only those of highest > l>ro'; Herptclda.Orrlne CAM: >Y.. The Kny-Scbeerer'
porting isolated pupils. merit, and that have been found at saver. : e DRUGS Surgical ln.trnn.eou..
On motion, In the matter of publishing: money Lln'nor CnreR.r.h8.brTriria'ci1. Van Morn's Llgatnref
all times to be all claimed for them. ,
the minutes and financial
statement; of ? {: Smithsonian TnlwSilver
this Hoard it is ordered that the pay We are making special prices on them, .J. 15*'I Murl cal Dre..llIgII. ;33 and 55: West BayWarehouses Tru ..

ment of the same, from this date, shall too, and will\ save you many a. dime by The Enterprise Grocery Co. J-1J! ;*; -o. Antitoxin Abbott AlkaloWal-'.ttr
alternate between the EAST COAST AD- buying of'us. *Rubber Surzlcml Stafford [>rinHlu OZS ,...atflf
VOOATB and the Fort I'lerce ...... C.oode' Lick Sprtni
New All I'lcl< ..1I flOOd.. 20 to 20 South Laura. Veronica Bprinir \\awa et.
The Board adjourned to meet the first Red Cross Pharmacy 1 7 Bridge St. Crutch*. Tnt_. Wettl Baden Springs
Monday la April 1Jnr", at 2::j II p. m. Supporter.. Sphnu. Kiickhmd Uthl
J. K. WALKKII, Secretary. TITUSVILT/E FLORIDA. .TnclLfioJoll-iJlc. Flol..ldn.. Uectrto Electric Heating Hatt.rle.Pa.le. Jacksonville Florida. White Park A 8ton Tiirord'i I-0.-I' .P '




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. .4f...........!...4.N.N.................NN....... Eden. I Rockledge.Geo. OKORO MARX. JOHN MARX. j'

EAST COAST NE"VS. .:. Kev. Campbell Gray conducted servicesat Giogrna/ IR i !getting nn excellent IVJ[. ...JE=r. :BJRC:>S.__ .'

St. Paula last Sund.iy.: reputation. as A bout builder.
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John Miller came up from the fishing Thu much-needed rains in this section Corner Bay and Julia su., JACK OS\iLlE.: FI.A.

grounds! to spend the Sabbath with, his have come at lust, and all nature looks

Ne'.vs'NoteA Contributed, by Our He nlar : family. brighter for them. WHOLESALE GROCERS

Corps of East Coast Correspondents. lair and Mrs. F. G. McMullen entertained On Sunday Mr. lUncho caught; a (aft. I

: the Wblst Club, last Friday eve alligator in Indian 1 River, and on Monday -

_ . A...."....."................... . . _._ fling many cameras were leveled on his
TTT................. majesty. Fruit and Produce Jobbers
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Webb entertained

Please send all communications gentlemen Mends t'1Tltllsvlllela8t week last Monday! evening, in honor of "'. A. On Friday last the Mct'ieady family. ,

ud:1': items for publication to "Editor, In the. launch, \Vynon.i: Capt. McNab,, 1'endlotun. of beach Hilton avenue and, spent the day ou the Locnljtt'"ta for Indian l River X Lake Worth Pineapple Annsoclatlon.iMul .
In John
Mr. 1 harms J.f H. train.Friday going letuinlng
Adamson and others Miss Teetrr came down on the I I
Titusvllle, Fla. Flake tine launch. :-; us fruit and vegetables. Our fiu-llltUm for
DYOCATE. compiled I title pleasant party evening for a week's end visit N your handling perishables cnnno I,

Mr. and Mis. .pinwall left tot r New with bet fileinl, Miss Jessie Miller. Mr Baldwin" has bought time )apse and bo equaled> In this market, r
::T \Ve cannot guarantee to pub'UliLID York, on Mrs.'s.I dinner last furnishings of Oak. cottage! from Captain
Thursday fait after short F. Webb : a
thai do not reach this, ottice before but, pleasant 80j HI in lu U,MI" Nellie. WuducHd.ty, for her gave couftln, Miss ,Gary house YOUIILT, anal all will the run. it as a bouiding WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. '

loon on Thursdajs.M ]Di and lrR. (IIII"'n'I'I' of New York who is still you ng enough to have n birth --open year.

MM BBMBMMMMMHMMM MMaMtfM* areugiln wldl| its [Clio I)(>cior never, 1 day occ.islon.iliy.W. ( :\1.! 1 K, Dwyer and daughti", Miss Camilla . - I

p.iHHt>HKin Jnille ahils .\. l >"tjur, left here, Tuesday: for their
on hU winter Pendloton, Esq., of New York
Melbourne. trip| MOIIth.Or i City, who hits' beeu visiting his friend, home in Brooklyn, N., V., after spending OOrtl.O:: : cut ZfcT5.grla.t-

J. II. LoTourne.iu, tor the last six weeks several months liockledgo.
Vauchan, Jr' U U-ainlntf the vat I-! ,
ills Kti.iiH nifiled \uc-htluu.. left, ou Tuesday evening, for Ms home. The tlshlng-which has not been as ,
[ They i
Subuctlptlonsfor the ADVOCATK, will be /good: is usual, owing to the cold weather
r 1I111IcII..n fiacilous pal lenta ounis Miss Julia Hopkins and Emma Itlchaidson Kites usually do occur In tho woo
he pink paper) of the East Coasts. will be return north, came down from Ankona, last 1 -Is niipiovinpr very much and largo small hours when
at the Melbourne Postof ice. catulu cvoryono III\ wrapped
.celved tire being brought lu daily.Messis. .
Friday to visit Miss liobinson
The Hose Mat le, C'.ipt. Jack L.itlin In evening; in slumber. Hut why haven't you n ,
and attend the (G. B. Y. C. meeting ou Dennett Prince l 3\L
CHARD II' OOOOE-Real Estate, Notary charge, with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Naeth- Gillllth I Boss Av+
1'111111'' and ('ol1veyancpr. AjIeDt for (Etna; fog and family on board, spent Sunday: S.itiudt.w: /Shunt: ins, NeuchalVei, :bchooumaker amiotheis _
LIVeO'' &nd Lomdonand Globe,and Hartto"! in the lau iiillie river II. W. Kichaids and family: came up are still bilnglng! In largo!: catches) F' Fire Insurancepolloy'
nxaraoreCnnpantes. 8"el'lI\I" attention of llsh the Ne\v I ,
Fire liockludgo hotel.
from :
I panda tin interests ot nnn,residents. Alex.I Nc.u's new launch: the Bessie 1 Mu.ut: last Saturday, and remained rt #

.\, proves to hn a smart bout.. We welcome liich.iul until outlay morning! Mr. Thos. K.<; truit.Attorney Chase and mother of lo- 1y a :? Soiiio time ago you said you
: accompanied them home for un
Mayor Chan.: II Stewart spent a few tho addition to Eau U.illio's giow- extended visit. x) would think the matter over. Aio your
"last week, in Jacksonville. log fleet of motor boats, some nine at Royal Poinrlan: Palm
ays still thinking\ llettorooino toadeolsionjirotty
Misses B.ubllr1llIIer and Heba LoToumeau Beucli have been enjoying a visit ut the LuZ
Mrs I L C Moore came up from Kosen A number of our young people at ten II. celebrated their birthday Plain. ; soon. Tho season of ovor-heutod+

>n Saturday, to spend few days ed wfek the, Masquerade Ball, at CUCO'lallt' 1I111t'chlith.\ as usual together They 10-, On :Monday! Mr. anil hl rat. Budlong, chlmiioy linos Is still lioin' and. yournoo ;
with her mother, Mrs.\ John Goode, returning delighted with the entorment -
jijj given by the Cocoaites. cot ved many gilts and bnUlnetsaud also Mrs. (hooter und Miss Jones, who have / h o IN nn morn fireproof than yourneighbor's.
Mr, all Mrs. Wm. Wilson and Oeo. A. a. beautiful tiurpiiae party which was a been spending tho winter with Mrs. 'tt I
(cLean have returned from a visit toI'll The schoooner Keewnnaw.Capt.Cooley complete surprise. and l very pleasant Jones daughter, ?'l I rll. Paul A. Shines: 1 \ !,

Beach, and are again welcome guests of Lansing, Mich., owner, was anchored Mr. Chubb, who la visiting at theNethorby left for their homo in Chicago!.: i-/ ThoCompanloii worepit'scnt, li.ivopalil: t ,
|t Hotel Bellevue in Eau iiilllo'i limliDor, this week. out hundiodx of thoiiniuidd) of dollitii, on h
Charles Fulton Is chief steward. la enjoying his stay hore very F T. Mills, of Delaware, n.; and his \
Corn F. C. Hewitt left on Sunday for much. JIu eaniti diiectly altertimefreeze, ulster Mrs Bark.lull, of Toledo, O? llio claims, Tliey' lUll ready to nnsiimo '{
i short visit to St. Augustine ere return- Capt. W. J. Clemson. of Taunton, and regretted HO much the absence of who have been mopping at the New thu risk on your property.3MCOH.OA.3Xr !
to, bin New York home. lie"ill be Mann., and Mr. and Mrs. Deane, 'Of New the flowers, but now that the birds have liockledgo hotel, left on last Wednesday I
iiissed. from among the Carleton's many York, left for. points ou the lower Indian returned, and tile lowers( blooming, It istnore vii route homo, by wny of Daytona eto ""VV' .A.LT N"t t:
[icsts. river on Tuesd.iy last, In the yawl, like the Florida he had always und M.: Aiigustlno.
I'liucesn.MesHis.. pictured In his mind. lie Is over eighty T1t'-'l.a"V'.t.11.o, F"1e>r.t.dn. !I'I ''
Alden llidley has been entertaining/ years of age, but looks much younger, On Wednesday afternoon List, Mr. and/ I
In old fr'rod aud nchqol,mate of Stetson Hatllle: and Putnam arrived In and Is right up to d.ito, being a gieut Mrs. I.. W. Batten livid Lnlremity, who is now the Rev. F. II. Eau Oalllo this week, In the Queen Ida, reader, and In very good company. Fuirchlld, MIH. Lucky, blrsl Pilnce! ,
lonevan pastor of a Baptist chuich In after a jolly cruise down tile Kant Coastof and Mr. and Mrs' Van Demau spent avery THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.
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Indianapolis! Ind. The Rev Donovan the /State: bur Sivillo captured a enjoyable day' with Capt. land bit is. ,
"ft for the north on Monday. large Tarpon In tho Eau Gallie river- Startling Mortality. W m. 11. :Sharps) I\t oShal'\Je8.\
dead l Are now polling Sowing Machines' OV: EASY I PAYMENTS.SINGER . '
Judge Henry Sutton, of St. Louts. Statistics show how startling mortality Mrs. Wise, wife of a piomintMit Chicago ;

hho with Is pleasant wife have spent Capt. W, .J, Cleinsoti and Mr. and ;Mrs. from appendicitis. To I prevent and contractor, accompanied by Miss SEWING MACHINES ARE NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS. :' '
niiio" months at Hotel Carleton, was Deane, of Tiunton, Mass I arrived In cure these awful disease, there Is just Cleft Wise and .Miss Helen Tlioine, expects :
billed, home last week on account of the Ban Sallie on Sunday I last, The party one reliable remedy, I h'. King's New to leave, this week, for Hotel ()rmond. .
loath of his sister Airs Sutton remains will cruise In Capt. Clemson's yawl, LIfe Plllrt M. Flanneiy, of 14 Custom They have been guests:( of the Our Dliect Representative In at your service; \
|acre; until warmer weather noith. Princess, with Jno. Nicholson as sailing llouso Place] Chicago, says: 'They New liockledgo for novel'al weeks. Drop] UH a card niula\ will, call on 1tnt''l j
master.J. have no equal for Constipation and t
The schooner, J. F. Powell, with the Biliousness" :2">o at the Ked Cross C. I 1). Boss, a prominent and well- SEWING( MACHINKS J.OLD Oil UKNTEI\). l From 10) to 20 per' rent illnoountf( : ; ;I'
I'ally party on board, left here, last week Klngnn Hodgson left New York on I 1'luumacy, Tltusvlllo, }'I:,. known cracker iniifactuier' of Now allowed for old iniu'lilncs. All makes of Machines Itopultod.Neeillos h h.t 1
fir" A cruise south: Mr. and Mrs C. 8. Saturday last, via the Clydflline steamer ------- London, Conn., Is one of the champion, (tells, Etc.: for All Kinds of Machine. II! t
'orter and two ('daughters; Mr. Rod Mrs. Algonquin, and arrived I in Eau Gallie on fishermen at the New Uocklodgo hotel. -- ------- L "{

Vohn Powell and two daughters/ the Wednesday last Mr. Hodgson Is now Tlio Colonel's" Waterloo. Ha is ncco-npaniod by his charming DO NOT USE POOR OIL:.-For IIHO-OII mowing niuclilnos, writIng 1''

Misses! Ida und Helen; and Messrs. Oeo. at the new drug store at the corner of Colonel< John M. puller of Honey daughter, who also delight in hauling' lu / machines, blcyoloH I /mad nil p11| 'pones requiring a lino lubricant, the

[Patterson and Perry Powell. Young and Houston streets Grove, Texas, nearly met his Waterloo, the tinny tiibe. I best IH choapent In tint end. Ueniilno SIN(il+.it OH min only ho obtained r

The handsome, large] / vessel, NIrodha, Tlio) ] NIrodha has been anchored off from Liver and, Kidney trouble. In a I. f). II. Kalph and.I !wife, of Fort ut Singer/ Rtoren.ADDHKSS __ "
Eau Gallie and the Banana river for recent letter, he says: "I was nearly
Jnwncd by Waldo Clement of Oeorglana, a Washington/ Plio"lho have horn on m a
|Ha and,I Rutland Vt., anchored at !Mel week, with a )large' party on board. This dead, of these complaints, and, although visit to Palm Bench, Miami) and Nassau. : THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO. :
magnificent Is of the finest I tiled my, family doctor, lie did me no awlother ,
ourne several days, leaving, Monday, yacht one In left heie, Huuday: for :St. Auguslluo ,
several southern waters, and has staterooms for /good; so I got a GOo bottle of your great "
or points further south. On points en route home.'hey\ took COCOA, Jo'f.Hf\i\\ .
[board. were Waldo Clement, wife and a crew of seventeen men, in addition to Klectilc: Hitters, which cured mo. I their pony and bird dogs with them. .---. -S -. .. _
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ho daughters; Mr. and Mr.. Childs and the accomodations for the owner and 1 them the best medicine on Their many lends, miss them at the s
[ethers Ca 't. Houston was In command. guests.Dr. earth, and thank God who Rave you the Hotel Indian Kiver.J. C>1.gnX1B" Orgc'Lx: >lt Org: ,ntfs, "

Jllieir Melbourne friends wish them a" knowledge/ to make them." :Hold: and HOl'alr..tI-malle to MO niul like new 1'rlce fl). Drop nn n card when have
Sarah C. Hodgson entertained] at guaranteed to cine, Dyspepsia, Biliousness O. 'Bennett and/ :Miss Bennett, of you r '
moat them delightful; trip south, and Lope to her home, Pinewood Lodge, on Saturday and Kidney Disease. Sold by Ked New York, were much pleased over the work for un to do. Address J. M. M, BROCK, COCOA, KLA.Georciana. .

fee again ere their return north. evening, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Cross l'hnrmacy1'ituavlllo, Fh,. aiiivai of their friends. Hr.11,1/ M rll 11.
The Ladles' Chautauqua Aid Society Aspinwall and 1lIl1s3p8@le Aspinwall, of 11. Hills, of New York, Dr. hills In a 'I '.
Bins accomplished a great deal during New York. number of old] friends of prominent and wealthy physician, nod ITIoildii, and how much they enjoyoil It,

jthe past two years under the able direr the Aspinwall's were present at this Fort Pierce. he and his wife are un a trip to Palm only a llnhuniian knows Their many .' ,
Jtion of Mrs. 'V. T. Hills\ president. pleasant function. A delicious supper Beach, Miami and, Nassau. They\ had a frloniln wish that they may have many ,! r
They have paid the intereston, the Cuu.tauqua was served at 11:::111 p. m. suite of looms at Hotel Indian River. Mines Enmity: /and Edna Itoml I wi f 1
Auditorium debt to April 1st A. Y. U. Hogg Is treating his stoio toa Miss Both Bruner, Mutiirdny. after- Oooigu Carter had time happy boyw tocharge i
Among the ladles who comprised thee Mr. and
Mrs K.
191)5)", and have Matlilasen and family to keep! the big /Unit fiom pulling, '
reduced the coat of noon. \.1
building on th beach patty on the 12th last, were p"lnt. of Keyport, N. J. ; Sirs 1'. Nelson, of the aninll boy ovurboard.Koley'n '\1
by the
lUa payment; of over $100. Mesdames Aspinwall, A. It. Hodgson/: C. Quite u number of handsome yachts Tltusville; Mr.! Peter Hondorgaard/ and Miss| Bosnia Carter him moved her : ,

,James meeting it, umjH on February 28th, l\[rs. L. Taylor and )Dr. Sarah: C. Hodgson and have: been In port the last few dayn. wife, of Koyioit, N. J. ; and I Charles H. i school, und In now teaching In D/.. MunBOII'H ,
j of Melbourne Bench, the Misses liossio Aspinwall, Florenceand Walton, editor and pi opt) lelor of the HAM: 'r tenement house. Kidney Cure makes the kld*"yi
watt eJecled piesldeutj; Mrs. W. T, Wells, liessle Hodgson[ and Mack and The long drought was relieved on Saturday COAST AnvocAl'K, made a trip to Fairy I and I liladdor right. Coiitalnn nothing: .
IMrs. Judge Trunkey, Mrs. N. S. Carter Gretchen Hodgson. The party wan and :Sunday by heavy rain bhow- land, Merrills Island the/ launch Mr. and Mrs, Iluglie spent a iileasant Injurious. Hold nt the HUll Cross ('Iul't'
on :
I im Mrs. I Mrs, John Burn vice-presidents; caught In a shower, but returned with ers, which were badly needed. Paul, owned by Mr. Shares, on Monday. afternoon, Mond I l.iy, visiting }o'. W. Lyinai macj, 'lltnsvlllo, Ha, ,:
A Peek, and and Mr and MIH. Loam 1
secretary treasurer.
their not in the least
spirits dampened
\\m. '* meeting on March 4th, plans] were the Incident A Harry Jennings and I family, accompanied Wednesday evening, March, Nth, tho 1'I
for by most enjoyable time by Miss Kngland: [ were pleasant Mr. and M I'll. Valentino Carter .and ,) |
orchestra of the New Hock led hotel
raising Merritt.Everybody l .
money during the pre- go .
sent was spent. visitors to town on Tuesday. Mrs. K. Carter, of New Yorlrtire visitIng -
year The first entertainment Is to consisting of'lias.. II. Marsh, violinist; '
Captain and Mrs T. O. Carter
i beaeuchre Jllrty, on Friday, March 17, Key Mr. Tomkles held service in the Harold H. Bemuse, cellolst;; and ItussellM --- '
I It Hotel Carleton, admission a.'jcts. In Melbourne Beach. Methodist! church ,Sunday morning. Offing !Rose, pla'nlllj(1Ve; ( a buiieflt concert F. W. Handy and Mrs. Welsh, who who h".llIh'I'ellt" Indian ,If

Appreciation of the excellent work done to the inclemency of the weather, no in the music room. The following pro. hliveLl'en till" Mm. Handy thin winter Itlver should mibsrrlbn for tho nowny nndi I< ,
l by Mrs. Wells, she was given the ChauItmiqunsalute Claud Ueaujean, wife and brother, service was held In the evening /gramma wan rendered: 1. Selections left for their home lu Kvnrmton: III. up-to-date ADVOCAIK:, .r'J J JMr.
dn motion unanimously Don, attended a dance at Eau Gallie, this from Tunnlinnser-Wagner.!: '!. Marcho .': '
li"arrlel.! In of; week John Walker, county supeilntend- and \Valzer-K. Volkman. !3. Cello solo Mrs. DuVoo Hams and lltt-lii daughter: / Hholton hanpurclianoil, a lot of Mr.( "
recognition Mrs. K. K. 1
of instruction May, of Courtenay, worn visiting her Crouch at and a
I'a1mao'8..meleot eat publio of Tltusvllle, Simple Averi=Thorno. I. d.m- Merritt, will build thin >, ::
and Spanish
valuable work for Capt. Ueaujean Is kept busy takIng 1
very mother and sister Mrs. Bower stud
the WitS a pleasant visitor In town this week, IIU miller or fall. K'',
Society, she was /given the Chautau- parties to different points of Interest ces.- (oskow"II n. Violin solo. IlunttaiUn 'I'
'lea on a tour of Inspection of the schools daughter, Mint Hattle, this week.Mr. l
silute. The Huuser. (0.! Venetian ;
I'residentappoletado o along the river rapsoille- !Mr. Crouch will balladhls/mousetitle/ I i L',
J'ne executive committee : Mrs. J. 1erguROIi. \(. Bishop Gray will bold service In St. milie--it. Uondolien; b. Love Hong/ ; e. ._ : and Mm:, IIuglicM _anal Mr!,. Kate fill on the remainder! of his lot south Lv,
|I Mrs Lena B. Hood, :llrs. C. Mrs. A, J. McCoy and Mrs. F. Montgomery Andrews church next hunday morningat I / Gond night. Tli,. program wan given Jailor wero calling on vas -turaii, irem-i mi into 11 iiuiiiijor ot new houses will bo '': ';;
\Stewart/ Mrs. W. W. Harden, Mrs. K. have returned from a visit to II o'clock, at which lie will also hold unusually well even for thin orchestra, erit and her daughter/ -In-lawMrs. Kred- erected at Murrltt, I I''
IP 00110. Mrs. C. Campbell, Mrs E. Palm Bench They report delightful] Confirmation service All ate cordially who mare far aoi>ve the average, and was eiid Clement, Monday afternoon r
I1Branch time; but for rest and solid comfort all. Both Mr. Nevlnn expects to build l, for hlm- ;
and Mrs. C. T. McBride. Invited. There will also b service at 7 I enjoyed\ by Mr. Bomisn and
they think they prefer our quiet littleBeacb p. m. Mr. Marsh I gave beautiful encores. !Mr. Linn, who had been upending a self arid a few friends! near the hotel ; ho I'''(
to the great show! plane of the most delightful fortnight herewith hid also expects to enlargn the hotel, owing: i i
U.uor Influined Lungs.f country The band gave a concert at the residence The piano recital, which wan to have family left, Monday, for hU lionie. Mrs. to the fact that many people could not. ;
Yield' of Airs. A. Sample:; on Monday been /given' on the evening of Thursday, Linn and sun will ru'naln for some time. gain admission thus winter. ,:I"I
,,' quickly to the wonderful cura- Lee Woodford and wife left on Monday evening Sonic of the member! sang Match Dili, ut the Indian River hotel, ,
lHoni and healing qualities of Foley's for Palm Beach, to get! a little Idea songs, and refreshments were served.A : wan postponed until Saturday, owing to Mrs Hall and daughter; MisseH Kva; Wo had a Jnpfineso entertainment at i I
lanrti >t and Tar [t prevents pneumonia of Paris life In America before leavingtor / very enjoyable evening wa "upent' by I the rain. On Saturday evening, how. and Nell Owen, Minn Rogers( and l Mr. the Hlvervlew! hotel one afternoon lust '

rI t1ed on the lun s. Sold by Red Cross were all sorry to part with these pleasant enjoyed' by all. The pro \'Rlllllle Hulling, Saturday. They caught, '|ulte 'a collected, nn the Japanese guntlemait was. ,j
Pharmacy Tltll8vllle. young people. Also Mr. Pattersonand A. '1'. Weaver, who departed this was: t. bouata. Moonlight-Beethoven. number of fish, had a Hull fry anal agouti unusually gifted aud entertaining.! '

wife and son, who left for their life on Thursday morning, the 10th Inst., Adagio: allegretto, presto agitate; 2. time. Quite a large chicken ratiche I III being/ '
northern] home In Waukegan, 111. wan burled beautiful on Saturday wreatha,afternoon.of (lowers. Several : Impiomptuhchnbeit: ; courante, b.miniiette Mm Odell, and father; :JAt. Ilawloy, titlkeil of at Merritt ,and It ought to be/ ,

Eau Gallie. Admiral. Gillls took n 'number ladies sent by kind friends A largo number were o, luo-.l. H. Bnche; violate, anti I her two children, niece and maid, success If started, for eggs '
to Melbourne on TuesfUy evening, to attended at the Our D major; :'Jud, mazurka-(ji>d,ird. :3 I. who have occupied the H(. wflrIii>iine for are scarce, and, are much sought after
grave. deepest
'Attend the military euchre party, given sympathies are extended to the bereaved l'a"lIIul1-.lIe., Toccnto, 1'aiadlus, two months, moved Monday, Into the by all hotels ami boarding) houses here.

1ARAII by Mrs.[ K. R. Oilman, at Hotel Carleton : husband! and relative In these their Mllluett.oI''IIUlLlo'ralla.o.a !. }'I\DOod. the Lang house Mr. Odell IK expectedtu Mm. Blair intends having her homo
J- C tan"ODJ'IOoiI'\-IIICIAN!' AM 8L-K- a full report of which was published I dark hour*. ,m'd. liondo (;.lpllcclolllJ 01'. 11, Mendel- return on Tuesday of this week. Mm. the Wigwam inpulrrd/ and painted this,
Ottilia, FlorlUa. la the ADVOCATE. Each one of them oho The entire programme was rendered Linn l'IIovclllnto tho Lung,; cottage bho for \
spring, ready lentlng neat fall I i
home so of course by Master 'full I"Iso, the plan st of and Mr. Odell are ulstorn.. un. +t,
brought/: a prize; Inn* "ulllill tho meanwhile. It In nituut- I ,
Jr' and Mrs. : AxevcraCreld For Three the hotel orchestra who Is only l.'i: ,
:\1011 ,
'I : Aspinwall and daughter, they had a "perfectly lovely. time. tliH. years oil, Men Ittn Island
on directly oppositeCocola.
Bessie old. The proceed of the recital are togo Wesley Bowen, Mr. and Mm Ham
r L Taylor, last week the guests of Mrs. C. We predicted some time ago that Dr. The following .letter from A. J. :Nus- toward the furtherance of his musical l. ilton aDd their fried, Miss, Allen, all ofI'lilladelnhla ;.

Paine would not rest until the carpets baum, of llatpsville, [n...., tells Its own education., who are stopping, at the Mrn. Nuvlnnntarted a co\1lctlOI1ImOIl"\

ra rrr; in UOdgRoo! :Near Aspinwall and were laid, and the aisle of the church Btory. |4I suffered for three) months Ne"no 'hedge hotel liockludge, wero the guests at tho hotel for the benefit of ,,?:, I
:ha'xean, two launches: took a party to carpeted; and now It Is a stove and with a severe cold. A druggist/ prepared over calling on their friends, Mrs. Bower the little Episcopal. I church, and collect-
beacn. on Monday last. chimney for the comfort of his people.On mft some medicine, and a physician ledge[ clipping referred to in the Rock- and daughter, Mls Hattie, Mr. and M rll. 011'17.OfJ. I think thin wan far the bout I j ''JJI
The Tuesday ;\1 r. Van Sternber/t/ brought pruxciibed for me, yet I did not Improve. Item in last. week's Star wax a Hughe and Dr. and Jl(1'II. Chamber, on I to do, Instead of collecting
"od 18 onJWl'rrlnce8a'*yIa8t, was overhauled on the )Doctor and a goodly number of his I then tried Fole,'. Honey and Tar, and bit of re-priat milled to the ADVOCATK Tuesday of last week. Mr. !llowen In an war using hair: of It for( getting;money an .
readiness for CaptClemson'week and put Into flock for a picnic on the beach. A collection eight/ doses cured me." Refuse substituted ! with the words, "Please publish" written export fisherman and can't ho boat"taking entertainment, and giving only the up i*,

I;. F use was taken, and the Doctor U hold at the lied Cross Pharmacy, upon It. It had: nothing to do with / Florida view for hilt own amusement of that to the church, an In proceed t

Paddison carried a jolly party of happy. What next, Doctor ? Tltusvllle, Fla. the pottofllce case.-Ki; > ] and to leao bin friend.. the case ?,1 fMr

-- On Saturday the home-boat. Hone and :Mrn.' Dardoavlllo have return.I+fj j)
Marie of Tltusvllle, with a merry partyon ed from Paine Beach, where they were a t. '
SEE l .A.EC>TJT ./ board-Chan. K, Naethlnc and wife, guests of Mr. and (Webber, of New 'It:
Miss Rose Marie Naethlng, and Professor York, at the Royal I'olnclana. The. _,
T, A. Mclntyre, daughter and non-ln- Webbor'i were charmed with Merritt i!
law of Mr. and Mm. Naethlng itoi/ped IIIland[ l, and may possibly buy a lot and ,. J',
SCSU-LEB here a short while on Saturday. They have l a winter home erected miens tho f Jardonvllto I:
are on .a cruise a* far un Palm Bench and place. an he la Belling building 't''
Miami. The whole party hall from New lots from some of bin land. Mr. Dar- .:

York. Capt. Jack Lallin U la commandof lonvllle may possibly build some nrunllungaloen l

a 1NZJRANtJE the Rose Marie > and furnish them with pretty f. II

The happiest boy that hive, been In and artistic furnishings suitable to this w I
climate and rent them to tourists the (
town this winter were the young !eons of t'Jt:
M re. Frederlo Clemeat Frederic/ ('.Clem- winter '

ent, Roger C. Clement and Walter Car
\ TIZ: jfO ONa7 ter and Clayton Carter. They went finn La grlppa cough yield quickly to the f1 '

0:f 1l.11: : inc1rt, I3o2oro Going:::: : : :North.: ; log on Banana river, and caught five fine wonderful curative quaUtlea of Pole t r tj

large/ b.... The Urgent!; weighed l.Mbs.: Honey and Tar. There Is uothln" 'el.e. i
and the mailer one lllbn. ThU wan 'just an good." Sold by lied Cross Pharmacy ) ,,t I,

? I: rrcV: JLL E. FL 0 EJ: : D.A the Clement boy' flrtl daj' fishing/ In 'lltunvlllo. fl


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J'tr: I: I ExperienceVlllt Alfalfn. Beach Club Cafe.

? 1P Experience In Wisconsin/ favors the ,

use of nt least twenty pounds of good 7 oa (Incorporated)

'I'; CORN FIELDS alfalfa seed per serf. early spring OPEN JANUARY 15TII.;

ARE GOLD FIELDS sowing, fall plowing mid growing with
Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal Polnctana, Palm Beach, on the math'
barley or outs na a nur e crop sowing
:; ; to the farmer who understands .
one bushel i per acre It lias been observed

.1.!.t ' how to feed his that varieties. of alfalfa grown .ye , ,,' /fS KF ) Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hour

I'' Fertilizers for Corn ut the Htnte cNpeiliiicnt: station show I aNi ,
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Pry little/ tllnVrcin in iippearuneo or ,1 ,l
; must contain at least 7 First-class Chef, Cuisine and Service.
a nnl lu the alfalfa
yielding ciipiu-lty.
i' \ wi, + c th I 1
,:' cent actualPotash !llolils. of HPventei" counties of the "
per . C>pCIl.: tO; :Mom: : : bers C>:mJLy .
Btutc the plnuts. developed! root tu
I. i berclox without xpi'i-lal soil }Inoculation G r Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number at all boors

( The crop was found to cure with no -

greater difficulty than heavy cuttings

I of clover. ... Hotel Hibiscus Pa1xn. :Bonoh, F101.1dl\
, t Send for our books-they ,.: Ily, .
tell wIlY Potash Is as necessary
to plant life at sun and rain;II. ]18.14 Stood tho Test 23 ears. ph Beautifully\ situated on Lake Woith, among the cocoanut tree FT|
f if minutes walk from railroad station. For excellence of cuisine/ and Korvict
I. eent free, you ask. Write The old original GnovE's Tasteless
the Hibiscus Is without peer among the moderate price hotels of F'Innda
to-day. Chill Tonic. You know what you are lf
GERMAN KALI WORKS taking It In lion and quinine In a taste- Ilt I t ; |COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.

.\ New York-91 N...... 5treel.ors loss'f...rm. No cure no pay, GOctH. at the ----- ... -- --- .. =
Atlanta,Gar.>(South Broad St. y i / .
,. Rod Cross Pharmacy, Titusvllle, Fla. I5II/i'M01U3, N. .
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- - Job 'rilltilig.lJo . 'rri- Veckl3' Sailings . -
not forgot the fact that at the ADVOCATE Kenilworth Inn

Item of Importance Al o.it Thin office, Titusvllle, we do job BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. :NEAR A9HEVII.LK.

Wonderful Foruucr IMnnt. printing; of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and
\ I Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
i I'll1utlug.ecp, 11 nil Bovtl bed! Is"wanted. expodltlously. Letterheads, Notebeada, OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAlt.

Billheads, Envelopes,Tags, and all other The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service
Cover wed deep -noiiKU to lusure' kinds. EDGAR B. MOORE, Proprietor

moisture The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Plant In the fall early euouKl to WAR CORRESPONDENTS. Direct b'ervice Between

avoid. first frcozrM on Kenuluatlngeeod. tome nt Tlielr Kltnioim Kent. of 1'h r.. Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points NEWYOUJC..

foal landoranee.Ono .
1'or tbln solln run a crop of cowpeus (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ,
of the finest
Ahead or tine u
ton cure por) acre or aui pound) of cottonseed WAr correspondent was that of Holt loutlibouncl......,....... ........ .. .. ........ ..... .... ,from Lewis Wharf, Honton
meal.InoculntP White, representative of the New Northbound.. .. ........... ... .... .... ..,....,,,,,,,1row Coot of Catliurlue Htreet. TackBOnTllle ,

the soil with liactorla, only York Tribune In the Franco-Prussian >. Droadway 30th and- 7th Streets, New York.
a . ; from the Prussian headquarters ou 101) Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights, A first-
Tty careful prfpanitlon of Kind the Thursday "Kept.' 1. 1870. At Its conclu (Dellary. Line.) class, up-to-date hotel, centrally located. Conducted on American and European '
+twenty pounds of Reed! per sere way' be BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.
of the
under the :
lion ho rodo to BrusHwIs. but there the plans, and Is managed personal supervision bweeney-
treduoed to fifteen pound) Stopping: at Halatka. Astor, St. Frauds, liereaford(DeLancI),and intermediate landings Tierney Hotel Co. E. M. TIEKXEY, Managor.[ :(
poMtotllco authorities refused: to trans m the Si.J ohu's Ktvar. *
Choose fall planting for all laud foul .
','. "With grass or weeds, mit bin dispatch to London and even Coiixmeiiolng, TueiMlay, November 13.19O4. I
threatened to arrest him tor / *< H' < l"FUEP'KleHAItr.;'
flow entail patclicH In the mime WilY Buying STEAMER ClTYOI? .J JACKSONVlLI:
ttiit / noeiled. For tlult too& French had>pt>defeated.. He Are appointed to null as follows: Leave Jacksonville,dully/ ,except Saturdays 3:30 p.m.HeturnlnK and
turnips are larger Florida
then went on to Calais, crossed to Dover leave Sanford,dully,except Humluyit! ut D:.lU a. w. Oranges Grapefruit
fields use grain drill, or, !better, the
steamer and took 8.uth-lIo"1\1 North-]tnundReaA
ittrbpelbnrrow neeiler. by special u spe- SCH.'IJVL}':. .
down tend
Buy only xtni Holeot alfalfa seed, clot/ trnln to London; wber he arrived _leave.-8:14)/ p. 111. ...... ... .. ....... .. .. Jacks ........ ............ .... Arrive 20'up.'._a. w. BY
i at S o'clock on Saturday morning/ Next Leave 8 0p, tn, .... ............ .... ... ...ulatka.......... ................ Leave 8 CO p. m. AT.SO EARlS VEOETAHI/ES WANTED:
. choosing uotiliTlKHteil grown stock for" day there was a dcHcrlptlou! of the bat Leave 311f) a. nr. ...... .. .... .. ... .. .. ... .AMtor ..... .. .... .. .......... [save OCI..III.
ordinary phmUii! In the svathwcst.d I."ve 4 30( a.. m. .... .. .. ... ........ ......Ht. .rllooIA...,.......? ........... luaus 200 p. D1
tIe six column long In the Trlbuue. It Leave . .......... .. . .1'orelllor,1 (lIel..d) ... .. ... ..... ...... Leave. :00 I", m.
I'ests.-1'nilrlo dugs or gophers may watt not till that tbo Londonnewspapers Arrive R 3n la. tn. .. ........ .... ... ..... ..8.nfor,1, .. .. ......... ...... Leave DaOa.m.Ac'rlv. :Mason:: :M.:: Clary: ,
be killed by I poisoning wheat apples, TnuHduy .. IdU": .... ...........................Enterl'rtA..........................Leave 1000 a. U'.
bud accounts of the con.
ruining or potatoes with strychnine. filet from their correspondent\ Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. 110 Murray Street, XewJYork.
Dodder or "lovo vine" In alfalfa Inay
fee killed out by shaving off surface of But the most famous deed of physical r.M.IRONMOSOKR, JR.,A st.Gen.Pa ..Afrc. l-2 Went Hay JackHonvllle.. Fla.
endurance In the taco tor news, between 'V. Q.COOl'ICR Jr., Local Frt.Ait. Jacknonvllle, O. P. LoVELL: Superintendent Jaok onvllle.
ground with sharp hoe. and burning all root Holtan 8t..Jacknonvllle. .'la.A. i Member of the National League of Commission Merchants of the United State
the growth. war correspondents wa told of .O. HAOERTY, ne.1 Kant'n Pass.A1rt. New York CLYDE MILNR,lien Frt. Att.t( New York.
I. Archibald/ Forbes. In the Servian war TIIKO. 6. KUKIt Heneral M"'lalt"r., WIll H CLYMK CO.XIeneral: Agents. Stencils and Quotations Cheerfully FurnishedF. -
Crab grant, coi-klebura and similar/ / CbHHebrouKU Hiilldinit. ID State St.Opposite( Battery Park, New York.
of 187U Semlln, the nearest telegraph .
;, weeds must be held In check: by mow. :C. II. 'V LTON. Argent; 'Tltiisvillo Fla.Atlantic I
elution, was' 120 miles distant/ from the
ing ;young alfalfa and by use of drug .
-- - ---p' -
cone of the buttle. So soon as Forbes
harrow. R-uhlman & Co.
knew the result he rode off and all l c
. Johnson be avoided
grass by
may night long he kept nt a gallop changing
, t early fall planting on thoroughly prepared horses Coast Line 201 St. 1 NEW YOKK.
., land.Alfalfa every fifteen miles At Bernllii R'y. Washington l
ho bad ono long drink of beer and 03 Murray Street. }f N. Y.
f" anti Johnson barmonlze
grass then at once sat down to tho task of
And HucccHnfully ou the same "
t land.'' writing hour after 6our, against time The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets

With management the John- the tidings of which he was the bearer. on sale Tuesdays nod 'J'bur days in November Oranges Pineapplesand
Vi proper
After he bad written the story of the ,
be smothered by the r
f pan( grass may
ot battle and put It on the wires he lay TO TIII< 13AST.
heavy growth alfalfa.
t Blister beetle attacking low land dwlln( / his clothes' and slept twenty Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thence Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
I 'I'
hours without wok/u/ ., He had wH: via the Pennsylvania Kallroad.
alfalfa must bo poisoned when
:. /first appear, lifting purls green on fresh Homed the bottle, which lasted six \ represent several of the largest shippers In your State:\ and wish to represent I II
hours: ridden 120 miles and written TO Til: AVKST.The < I
cut stubble. Tha be avoidedby
pest can and dispatched a telegraphic message Loulsvilln & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio K. R. you' also. Give us a trial shlpmeut Established 30 year i
employing trop such as mustard
anti traps four columns In length to the Dally _- -- .. .. I
rape.AVebworius News all In the npuoo of thirty hours.Mncuilllan's .- TO TIIK IAST VIA STEAMSHIP.
nml grnsM worms will bo ESTABLISHED 1810.f .
II Maltl1zlne. Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Philadelphia, Boa
'I largely prevenU'd by nystenmtlc hal'r .
- ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Haiti/more. Via Savannah
r rowing (}I'IIAR worms WilY be poisoned and Merchants' and Diiners"1'ransporttaion' Company for Baltimore

t!' Ranch.with purls/ green.-Texns Fnrm nud SaVED JlIV Uft. aud Philadelphia. M. Lane & Son,


CUTTING UP BEEF. --That's what a prominent Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship:! Company. 250; WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.

Dfnicroni'' of YtliftleBitlv n Currnmm fiiln.Boot iliovrlnK. the '1rtl (; gist said of Scott's Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points. Southern Fruit and Produce

Emulsion short time
'1. should not bo cut until the muscles :: a
a have set tl rill I,)'. When they nre. r1 Asa rule'C don'tuse
I ; o. Interohauealle l mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the principal
In the proper condition divide the Com.m.issios: : Merchants.:: :
: halves Into Mull nod fore quartern, or refer to testimonials railroads In the southern states, are on solo by the principal agents
',' For reservations and information' apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write,
from S to T, between the twelfth arid :in the SPECIALTY.
f fIi. addressing public FRANK: C. HOYLSTON", Dist Pass A stt. \V. D. STARK:, Trair. Pass. Agt. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR

K 0 \but the above remark and tt8: West Jay St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
0 H. M. EDIEIiSON: : .' Tratllo Manager. W. J. CUAIO, Oen'1. Pass. Agent. Stencils Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
,'' similar expressions are WILMINGTON.: N. C. -:!!

Ii. a .I -- -' sx nN made, so often in connection -- .-. ----- f iEn oNri TAI FOLLY I DOPEY C U

ter. B with Scott's Emulsionthat o.E.A..B.A.. I> .toi a the cotarfH aad ..!.luntfa MnV. 'i* KIHneyi end Bladder "IQh)

---- - ---- --- - -
tRCASH OF DEEP. they are worthyof AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .

[Showing wholesale cuts.] occasional note From
% - Mallory Lines

.' thirteenth ribs. This loaves one rib infancy to old age Scott's SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PLEB, RICHMOND,
In the hind quarter. Lny (Jhe hind quarter *
on the block I or table with the lu- )Emulsion: offers n. reliable WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE. PIIILADELP IA. NEW TORN,

side up. Remove tile kidney nod suet. means of remedying improper Three Elegant Train- Daily .
Cut olt the flank us Indicated by the SPECIAL PASSENGER EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS
line N to P lu the illustration. Turn and weak'develop Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail.

the quarter over and cut off the thin, ment restoring lost flesh Seaboard Florida Limited. Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast.
beginning at the middle of the sacrum ,

near O, and cutting to a point one and and vitality and repairingwaste. MODERN: PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.The -NO OVERCROWDING on tle e
I The action of SEABOARD' FLORIDA LIMITED Is a solid vestibuled train, composed of bertas"
;Joint nt N. It cut ail directed but lit- ships as no tickets| will be sold to exceed the number

'. tie sawing will l be necessary as the dl- Scott's Emulsion is no exclusively, Stateroom of New and Pullman Observation Equipment Cars-operating Dining/ Car between, Double:tit:: Drawing Augustine Room and or the seating capacity o'f Dining Halls, thus insuring all passengers //ndlvldua
': v Is Ion will be nil In front of the bullau'd Sleepers
in o
leaving St. Augustine 12:10 and service and attention.
via :
Jacksonville to New YOlk Washington p. m.
of than the
Y socket Joint of the hip. Turn the more a Jacksonville 1:20: p. m., dally Including Sunday

,' remainder/ of the quarter over and separate composition of the Emulsion ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. PASSE GEnS.LEAYE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY.
the rump from the round Just below -
v the pelvic urch and parallel to the itself. What it doesit For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent (See Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Union)

backbone as Indicated by line H to I. :Seaboard,or write
Lny the tore quarter on tho block A. O. MA.CDONELL. Asst. Oen. Pass. Afltt. S. C. BOYLSTON, Pass. Agt.

with the outside/ up. ItOKlunlng ut 1', -the kind of nourishment J JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.FOLEY'S Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the

ten to thirteen Inches down the rib .-- -- FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
that cannot be ob : ----
from the spinal column, the distance! 6O YEARS a&
depending at'the thickness of the meat, tained in ordinary food. EXPERIENCE Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information regarding, :

cut across, the ribs to the nrruplt above tractIons offered by no other) line;, diagrams reservatlns, tickets, etc., apply to

:U, l'ut between the third p.ud fourth No system is too weak or. ARTHUR W PYE Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet, JacksonYille, Florida

ribs to( 1[ nnd then ncrox. tlif shank toIl delicate to retain Scott's 1
---.-- --- ----- ... _.
1'110'1l1 - --
\ \ off tht cross ribs Just be ---- -- ------ -- "
low the, SIDU.UT] | Joint, II to X. The Emulsion and gather good HONEY IHoT AR

'., primp t'lits11'(' then taken off between from it TRADE MARKS
the fifth Had l\ih "rllm, ]i. to X,'counting DESIGNS
I 1'1.tl1 the frniit. Thl" out contains W wilt tend you a Prevents Serious Results Cia,"YRIQMT4 Ac.tpfrt.il JOB PRINTING'

o\.u, ribs mil l U imiuilly: taken off lit sample {ru. From a Cold. AnroneaendlnR, aarertnm t. mil a.tMrh npm..a.:n d frs ArnMptmn whether mqgnlralf aoIn.muinn . .
one piece, thou;! It imiy ln> cut\ Into nsmany 3V HenwNhatthirpfehrttnfhe Upmhahy, pntenMMe. Cemmwnlra..
t 1111 nro il'xlrel. '' Cut otf the re form. of "Ioobcl'.on th of. .*,1" "bjttl of HmuUttj i rou Paunta talon thrweh Alunn S l.a reeeUe
I1nl.llll1l1"n' ells, eollil, ('LlIcrll1"\ r buy. Folly's Homy and Tar. Insist n.>Clc>, without chnrvo,lit lbe

making the tlh NI.MI betwei the first e having the Scientific Jlmcricnn.A Executed at the office of the
'. rib and the sliinil.ler bone, I: toll DIvide 1- scon & BOWNE upon genuine. .
Tlr* stews! too, 000. I.OO ,
hunclKimelr Illnntratrd wockl tarsal Hr*
the Heel 11:11 I Hlionldt-r I U to II.Thl'.o Chemists
cnilittton <'f any rl T rni .91T a.ear
ci'H lire nil too 1 1'r1, ::P for fiunllyiiKt t I Prepared only by : four montbi..U d,1'.i''bh.';>w lm>lvn>.
: lord may; I U' i-wnla! tll\'ldi'il into 409 Pearl St.. N. Y. Foley Jt Company. Chlcaco.Hctl MUNN & Co Sft,9rotda'- New York EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE

!r I SOc juijt: ill drugjlsts. Cross IMmrmaey. Knncb on!.,... e'7S r Bt.Wuhtuctun.IX l':'.


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K.AST! !: COAST ADVOCATE, MARCH 17. 1905. '1

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JACKSONVILLE. I ST. .t\.Ulr TISI'l.' .. OLI snAiticr.r.zK. CJOOIJALL. I'LA.

, WINDSOR HOTEL JACKSONVILLE'S. . .. :- t- j The Seaside SEAIU5KEZE: [ : ,

: .. A. !
.. fl ,
.., --..= 10Q' now fur the wintri under the,
.- open season management of the Owner,
.. t&
i .- :: ...; I 1.-- r .ajk; I IInl ACE F. TK\\\ In. llimlMMtio unit 1 new, situated on D.iytouaItcach '
} -j\' ",, 'c-.J -L.. 7 : : _.; the hotel MI mndKiii' MI' nil its appolntmtMitM with large, airy, plenaint .-
2 -:, "' \-. I u . ''L ,, rooms overlooking tlu ?voan anti "|i|>rmito. Knitting's: t'nttliio; anti Pier.
...,.. ..-. It -. \ I I IJ 'l'h.t surf bulbing ID iinox*'i>iu tI.| Trims nuideiitte.IIoitACK .
1': '" .IH..r.d tt r
llt kit J F. M'EWA: It'I'. owner anal :Manager.
) "', ..; ,r ;''t'L.' m""* "(' I -
::7, :: ..r--. t--. n'. I ''Io1"1. ,, ..- ;;r:: '.:$: --- -
'' r ,
'I ; ( 1 I t ", 'or It- 11..,, .' -f UUl'IU.InC: I.::.

011 a e evT -_ -T.,!*-if": !r"r. *3 ...(,'M;*a"w _'.h-fL\\J :!'!'{....'".." -?a' :- \, .n-44: .M-: .I...f' .._ ........;.. ;............................. ...... .. I t

.. ?
I .......... fft'Y:.!> : '"'' ....' .. .".-,."", _- .. 'g9agKT.tlyM. : JL.. .A.:2.A. "1L.Jir <> :['' :E:L. e:

l I ......1Ittc-jri-i.' : _i1-.'; ,: ..... - ':::>':.f.: ...'. ,,\'..) ....."."I.-'t"-/. ..-" | e. ..

7 =-- 1 t IT-OOlCjlOCTSO, INDIAN RIVI I r!. F1C> ..1c'ln. ::

hotel; I'onoo Z:: ::>OLOC>11. -- - - .
: "'1'111': <; m\: i' () tt ': t.iiovK: I O
nor}'!'. MURRA\) :Manager.
-- -- : KFSORT: OK)\ KI.ORIIXV.. | ::
-- .

: A Immlmumi iiuxlMin hotel loc.xteil on tlio banks: of the famous Indian hirer, :: "
l Florida House ST. AI JUSTINE( : FLOHIDA. in the midst "I'nil SO.HOIU( Itn,,,I II lot orange giovo.' Stotm, ln>;.it In every 1'.II'm. ..
HiiltcH with h.itli IllloH'il I lalnvMilui' ; locution) \ roiictnlcil! \6<\ everyone the bust .
niAVELEHS'' : : in Korklodgo, ; Kant: Count Uulhviiy depot In Iho lu>tol\ {tram..U. oranges fico ::
to the glll'l
oonc-F CULLENS, (OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS popular house la centrally located' his nll'molein,, InipiovoinentH, In. : N. II. I I-1 Summer Resort THE NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. toskey., Mich 4-
- clmling STEAM: 1IE'\1" and moio rooms with SOUTHERN; EXPOSURE: I.CIKIIIIK u-itori. of the ilruul! l...ki'. open| .lunr to.J> i. i i. i I"., .
than any other hotel In town Acooiniiiu.l.ite 20.; Raton :f\.r.n: to fJ-'O ]per ....................................................O

N', C. llAYniCX I :Manner./

Hotel St. George :t ST. .\lUU: Tl a:, FLORIDA./ ,
Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. ,
Thoroughly repaired re
in.ools.locl.so, JT'liv. Now OJDOXX.EVTIRP.LY : : .

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally con.1uctetl. . . . : : UFNOV: .VTF.D: ILIHI MODERN THROUGH: 'I'.
Elevator Stan in heat Private baths KliHt-cl.i: up-to-date hotel
Raton 2.50 per day and up. $:J per d.iy. !Send fur booklet. f It In situated nn Orange liovo) anti 1111 tho h'nl.t.ut tho garden spot uf Florltiatasul.hrgdeal I

region, on the bunk of the famous Indian. RIser
M. n. MOXTdOMKUY: of IhwMUII lloune( S.ir.vtoga' ,
D. W.APERKY, Proprietor. Owner and I
1''oprlotOl', CUISINE: SAME: : AH AT I ELUEKO.V: HOTEL) :! F.L11ERON: : N. J.

ST. AUGUSTINE, FtAiuut.t .
H. THE ABBEY) Near City Gates and HlHtoilcal Ki.rt Mai Ion. Routing, Hunting Fishing/ Oichcslia, Klc.ROOIIIH : \
N. O'NEAL Select Family hoarding House, also Table Itoaid. U.lel'lOW. umuage.ment with 01 without laths Katun: : :I-J.I: l) to ....011.) '
Rates modeiato. K. S. IIAYNKS: Proptletor,
Snmnieitleld House All,,, MIIIIIIKIM: uf I KLUKKOV: 1IOTKL: : ,
Ocean Grove, N. J.I'ALATKA J.I V. JORDAN Mgr.
. HAS LEASED THE . __- _ h ___ __ _< Kllicion.: Now York
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JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. The Graham Hotel, PALATKA:.\, FLOIUDA. . Rocldedge .

It is open -on the American plan Rates $2.riO:' per day nnd --upward ,i
The many alterations and renovation of the hotel me completed, and it III I Opposite I'ont Ofllce and, OIlircH of Oiklawahii and St. Solina River Steainem ROCKLEDGE INDIAN RIVER : :
now second to iu the l oth cuisine ;
nono city. and
UIISl1rpll8110d ,
Only Brick Hotel in the City. R.iicnt $:J and $-!.i,1) per day
in the South. Rooms with private bath, $::1 i per day and upwards.
-- -- No Better Placoln the ('ity. i'oiicn Meet nil 1'r'Ilnlllll1l1' ItoaU.J. OPE1N": :I: ::>Z1 :IDMI3It rL f3

WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. 1HANTT: Pioprietor.Olt3IONI ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Orchestra Casino Bowling Alloys Etc.

American : > KKACII.: P. A. SIIARFS: Piopilotor.\
plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened -
---- ------ -- -
this soason. Fine cooking and /Rood table. Hot and Cold Water ?

Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from wharf or depot. All The Inn I AT ORMOND BEACH: FLA.NOW II'UUI'I"I'. : .
any -- -- ---- - ----- --
street cant pass the door. Hates, 2.00 to $2.50 per day.
Situated. directly nn the famous Ormond automobile race course (:lOUd River View Hotel M ImmT'r: FLOItiPA. t
Mrs. A. J. WALKER. Proprietor. garage accommodation Steam (h" it in ronpiH. Transient rate $.!.:%;(" and ,
il.OI l ) per d.iy. Weekly rate, *1"> to ":::1.! 1'1111'1.1Y.1lf1t, Coast Kallway: ; loll Situated on High (iionnd ovcilooklnjf I IN IAN) HIVI.H. Surroundedby '

miles south of Jaoksonvillo.ANDERSON Oiiingo, trees nnd n. PINK: : '()lnI1T.: lIlKlumt, IfaalthleatIryestSpot InFloilda.
The New Travelers Hotel
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : A PRU.'K I1OTKL: COMPANY, Klectrlo Lllif( lUthit, Hull'hur'iwlllll"I"| / ,.; Pool, l''lnlilng, Boating .
Wa[. S. KK.NNKY: Miini: {m. Propilrtoi' '1
and Como than In the
-On the :American and European 1'll\n- tnoie any .jilacu Sluto. llooklet.
Under new management. :Newly furiilwlieci. and renovated. A pleasant W. M. HA I OUT, Proprietor
family home. Kates: American Plan, $:!!,00 and $.CU; European, 50cts AYTOXA..
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. n_ _ INIHANOIA. -1 1I

II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. ... t
I --- ----rCOTTAGE ---- -- -

The beautifully located Riverside Hotel at Green Cove Springs, Is under the : INDIANOLA( FLORIDA
r; OAK
same management.:
Q. I Morilu hllulIl. .l
; .
", cn mn Rates Very Koimonutilu.lluntln .

New Hotel Windle JACKSO VH.I.E, FI..OHlDA.J g c w c.. ) :::I /( and Fluhlnu. WHS' M, 1 DOUULASS( l ''
l\\) East: Fornyth Street. a r x, Mit 1i I I.. (lit 11<:Ie, f bhtnagors: it I
: ;; ;jl S a I I rN
g. ::. C _. ,.... .. -- 4
enter of City ; cool, airy looms ; ih'st-ciass in all appointments.. .The lies .. :0" I-:" :=::.- ..--.-... I:'tis i1AL1.1l.::

"s.' to, $j."iO American plan house in the city. Open nil the year. European ... .jl '-- .... _____-- j /
::: _. ,
t= .,.
plan, $1 1 per day, one person. Free bus from trains and steamships, Near .Q.g-, "r
;::: o. ::; tW
all ar lines. Special weekly rates C. II. >MITH, Prop fQ. 4Y11) it Hotel Sarno and Cottages, JlT UALLIK, FLA. :. :

JACKSONVILLK, FLA. ... g> -.. j o.Jj On the Kau: Salllo and Indian, !Rlvi>r Two miles\ from tilt mouth of the |: '." '
I THE SOUTHERN HOTEL ;;.Q. 1p'1'14 P Hoa famoim, JI'"IIIIIIHI' 'cr. UtmiiipiiMHed' Duck) Shouting and Fishing. The Hotel 'I"I '
Corner Ilildjro and Bay Stieets.EUROPEAN
r.nt: '.<.... and Cottages are ulcK''>'itly fiirulHheil. (KrmiHlono und Sulphur Wat or. Rates j'j' ,
EVF.HYTIIINO NEW. ; I'LAN. g 8 bp 0 2.no and *:4.:,0 per! day; f\ll\ ), *1J: and 'I l" per week. Cottages: romplutely! 'r ;
00 j furnished for .imllleM. J. WATT{ 1N5: Ll'.K.: ': ''I
Brief1 \
'rst-cl.ish In all Its Fire proof Building .
appointments. ; 71 ( '.
p ,.' I Ir, i 'a P
+tues U. A. LIUHT Manager tY: r I -
w)0c. 7.10. and $1. ; &; f w '
: I' rBOVHNI'; ::. .,


2:/:)., West flay St.; R ,I. New--Ilot-l 'Carleton ( FLORIDA ;
F2 :, ;;; a a .. '- Hm 1 lIrevllr.1. C.unty. i

t ,'ntially Located. Thoroughly IJepalrcd: l nnd Renovated .q ";;; ,:.,:: p IJ'CI< J .. 1 Finely situated on a high) bin It ovci'looking' tho I.NDfAN: RIVKR.: !,

Newly Furnished! European: Plan. + tI'oQ.--:; dm ,. n Hurt and Htlll salt water bathing. Hunting anti KUhlnjf./ Sanitary ,

p 'i w a: plumbing, furnace.heat anti gas-light.. Jat..sl'.I: per liLY and up.
G. II. MASON, Proprietor.MAGNOLIA :; ---J II
-- r.n hi Y Special. by the week. Private ll.iths. :
O ..-..nJ .. i'.
a -- ---- - '
:: SI-KINGS. ... o a s
t" t
0> .
8 go tO n Hotel Bellevue ,
rr .... '.
:ZSCotol: : ::: c trwrL .. ,
Magziolia : r OM ,
: Sprj.n.gc l
r" :; ; A healthy winter result on high pinn land, overlooking Indian /Uver.
(St. Johns River.MAGNOLIA) SPRINGS, FLA. .FA !;.2- t Rates : (*J and upward per 11..y.'IjlecJnl/ rates. per week or demon.Write .
M r 1 .j 4 for tutus toMAIAU
-' mules Coast Line and river steamers. (e 9 -
'' south of Jacksonville by Atlantic K'y Pure K. M. CA IJ'JlET.T.) 1 H.{ W/ OA lI'lIEr.L,
.ien ilreplaces In all rooms. Steam:: heat. Elevator Electric Lights. <. I.,
'prink! Water. Dry Climate. No mosquitoes Well-kept Golf Links' Tennis! \llIlIlIler. I'luprletor. i.1
shins. : and baths. $1 day; special --- - --- -- .
Shooting. Two swimming pools per --- --- -- --
"ejkiv rates. O. I). SEAVEY, Owner and Manager. i-our 1'iJitCE.: : "
MAGNOLIA INN noV open. f:J per day. .
-- -- --
The Gables DAYTON, FLA .;1

-- 01'1'.rOlt:: TIIP.1St\SOX: 11104"-) The Fort-Pierce Hotel FORT PIERCE.FLORIDA.' . 1-;7,

Located on Volusla Avenue, fI'u..I"I..ck! | turn I'o toHce( and two and one ,
ROTELALCAZAR HT. AUOUSTINE, half blocks from ItallrwMd.Siatlon.\ Five, view of the Halifax River. t
The favorite with the Northern sportsmen Fluent Fishing ou the Coast ;
Sunny, Comfortable Room, Slnitle, or KMuite.: ' Electric Lights and IS.iths. '
14. pounds of bass. and Khecphead caught by Hov. \V. II. VanAntwerp and hits 'i !

TABLE UNEXCEfd.Et1iwt.; : N. B. MAcORIFi', Prop. Ion, of New York, In fire days this season. Deer, Wild Turkey and Ducks In i

abundance Best boats and guides. Everything rt-ch'lIlI. Rates *:!.:.o and "r j 1
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'=1. Wire for rooms, ::t tA.
=;i, Now Open %i i.ras. Sl .\ UH.IZI: : :. K Mc IUT.I.F.N', Lessee and Manager "
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( a Beach) '

P. GREAVES, Manager.CYOIYDUILDW6. On the beautiful East Const 11O miles s"">'h of Jacksonville. Capacity doubled -- : I1EACI-T -

i by the addition( of one hundred new rooms, :"II connecting wlthprivato bath and WEST:: PALM FLORIDA t'::11.
lot and cold running water In each room. MagDlllreot) Foyer tlneSun-parlor, new I
glass; front dlnninq-room too feet In length: faring the broad! Atlantic Ocean. Situated $
directly on the bluff overlooklcR tbe famous Automobile Race Course. Western Opposite Royal Polni-lana on Luke Worth. Kate :*2 per day $!0 per ; I
Union Telegraph: and Booklover's library located In Sun-parlor. Fine Orchrsra. week, and upward. Mont popular, up-to-date, and bent table South. ;
Dancing, Bowling, Tennis IJlllards and numerous other Bports, Spacious Renovated new throughout, electric lights, baths, hot water supply. 'I/f i ft
Garage, skillful mechanics, and apparatus for charging; Electric Motor Vehicles Under management of OEO.: C. LaGUANOE, 4;
Buy tickets F. E. C. Hy. The 'larendon buses meet ail trains. Bag -Hotel LnGmnge 409.4111Vest 57th St., New York- !II t I
Qp ADO sT. FLORIDA gage: ; checked1 direct from Rote For rate., booklet and further Information, ad. '
e STREETS AUGUSTINE, .. __ __ __ -
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: ..... PLAZA dress, The Clarendon Seabreeze, Pla.

Ma't l..rD central.h.... 10..tlOD t'oast' oul Ib the,. Oven eU,.. :tiorembar 8"eett1' are to roof...u.... IIbl1'A..r.line.. as rooms.bore.arl wall. E. L. POTTER, I'roprletor C. II. KNAPPE, Manager. IIOTIL: AI)!S. ox TII AMI TTII IAGIM. u ur !'


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************************************************* BREVARD COUNTY SCHOOL JAPANESE ENTERTAINMENT dz R.A ;:
: .. PRNNEY: s _ J_: ": .
4- DI PRICES'C:: Miss Susie Rladwln, Miss Charlotte Goats': ; :I 'urnisiiing: : Store; -
afternoon Palmer and Mrs.\ T. P. Howes, entertained ,
.. : We guarantee our ::: Board met Monday the ladles of the ProgrcRHive Culture
March 8, lltO5! at 2 o'clucl PresentIt. : r
4 Club, at the residence of Mr and Mrs.S. TITUSVILLE
F. llardesty, chairman; .1. 1OI'r 1 Fop
X. Gladwin, Julia street, Titusvllle\ ,
John U. Walker, seciutaty.'
I WATCHESK! Minutes of the last regular meetingread on Tuesday afternoon The receiving -
,ao I and approved.The ladles were dressed in Japanese costume } =
and the bedecked with
was gaily
house for
> school the
FS -* question of a
,8L 4-K colored people Clifton, was taken up nations.Japanese fans, parasols. .and flags of all ...OUR LEADERS,,,
;t lt': and discussed The Superintendent is \
:: !7' : /loffi@) Instructed upon a receipt of Warranty; The first even on the programme; wasa
::: vocal'selection J. QI
by Mrs. hondergii.i.ul,
Deed Clapp
... for the land, to have placed on the Shoe
: JKWKI.KK.S A JMroitTI.H.S ::: ground the lumber for the same, pro- which was great! enjoyed.Miss ll' (
"-'f'.ltb. and ElKin .u West Day St. Jacksonville Fla. + vided the amount is not to exceed $)HK). Gladwin then gave the ladles a 'III Crossett Shoes,
:: W\1.C.S.: : ::: In the mutter of a petition from Hcluto very interesting and Instructive description ,Q Manhattan
All stniuinrii Jlrnk..i -Our 100-pnge Catalogue mallet] on request- i No. lOa: the Board finds that the present of her trip to and from the Philip. 7 Shirt
af. always In utork 4 supervisor, J. S. Stone, has followed the pine Islands; her experience In teaching z h I E, & W. Collar
*k************************************************** 'C laws governing schools and as no specific the inhabitant) of these islands, and the J /
him ways and customs of the people; whichwas nI Knox{ Hats
charges been made against the
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petition Is rejected. I
I DEATHS. The Treasurer's report for February was loudly applauded: at the conclusion.A ; Stetson Hats,

BARGAINS 1)0.!) ; was presented, road and found correct guessing contest Clime next,which
the ladies the different And theQueen
Colonel William O. Wlnans, a former and the redeemed warrants can- were to /guess
resident of Eden and Titusvllle but celled. flags displayed in the room. In this ._
? Quality
contest Mrs. Wm. M.\ Brown receivedthe / Shoes
originally from New York, died In .Jack. III the matter of a ruling recently made (
IN GASOLINE: nonville' Fla., on Sunday the 12th Inst., by the faculty of the Jensen school, In of the prize United, a beautiful States. souvenir silk flag I 1 for the Ladles
after a short illness. lie was well and allowing five ((5)) minutes fur recess and \
favorably known on Indian River where twenty ((20)) minutes for noon, the Delicious refreshments were then servo
MARINE ENGINES. ho had Beard ed, consisting of sandwiches, olives, tea, I
many friends. Colonel Winans sustains the County Superintendent Send
etc. after which fruit was served. in your
Is said to have left a wife and family\ In In ordering them to go back to the punch I q irdcra.
New York city; also a nephew, Mr. A. old rule of fifteen (15): ) minutes for recess All were sorry when the parting time any article you ,an think

V. A. Wlnans, who spends his winters and forty-five ((15)) minutes for noon. came. / of in Gent's Furnishing
We are offering special prices for tbttext In St. Augustine. lie formerly held the On motion, the petition of patrons of line.Ve have it. and
pO days on- position of clerk at the Indian lilver Tropic school Is granted and Mr. I.. PIER AUDITORIUM NEEDED. guarantee
hotel Tltusville; also at the Aragon, the Mathers Is appointed supervisor. h i
KNOX, Everett and Travelers hotels, Jackson. }O"lnanel..1 Htate..nt. A Good BiifcgeHtlon For Palm. Bench. Our line of UifTon!

KUOOY, ville. Deceased was a former colonel of To Hon.A.A.Btewajt,Clerk of Circuit Court t The opinion expressed by Mr. Geo. C. jriffOr, Brand Rendymaderand'
GUANT.l<'F.RRIS the Old Guard, New York; and a life Sir-In cam llunee with Section 3, Chapter LaGrange, of the LaGrange Seminole "' \I\ Clothing is the largest
member of the Mecca (Shrlner) LodgeIn 4.132, Lawn of Florida, we hereby Die with yvu hotel: West' Palm Beach, who has carefully ... and prettiest liD ever
and REGAL New York city. The remains were following Itemlsoil, HtatDinencof all mono}. watched the development of the
interred In Evergreen Cemetery, Jacksonville received, appropriations made, and warrants shown In the city.
IMlIlIOlt for the month ending Mar. II, IUOS. leading summer and winter resorts, considers
:. :Marino: : : : :: Z;:na inos.: : on Monday, and the funeral Warrant outstanding at lout report- that tho overwhelming success at. .
services were conducted in -- - --- --
an imposing County funil .. $17.614114 tamed: by Mme. Melba, the first great
manner by Temple Lodge, No. 23, F. A Special tax school Dint Vo. 1, II.t SO artist to grace Palm Beach professionally .af f.aFrf+fkXaF..M K.'faF M.....IhM af K yK..af...Yri..lt. rf.y M1'.'f'f fMost
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We carry a largo: stock and can make I 14 .>. u .. 3 2,, 100 nil 115 perhaps will stimulate some of the
prompt deliveries. Write for prices. :Mr. Sydney L. Hanford, of Green Cove I 4, 03 !*.',17,909 Bl notable operatic managers visiting Palm | Oor.o.p1.ete: : Iilra.: : . :

: Spring, died In Jacksonville, Tuesday Warrants issued| at tills meeting Beach, to encourage the construction ofa EVEn SHOWN IN
morning"' of pneumonia. Mr. Hanford, County nchool'fund ........ f BB1 81 magnificent Casino or Tier Auditorium, :

who was well-known in Tltusvllle, having Sjwclul tax.. school ii Diet ii .No... a 1if. 6MU,:! 7 noit /, Forecasting the production of many of DIAMONDS: : a CUT GLASS, 11-
Also visited here many times, had been ., .. 3( 42l( (N) their musical successes, which brought; : /SOLID GOLD JEWELRY :STERLING: SILVER TABLE s
VAPORIZERS, engaged for the past six months In ., .' .. 4, SIW OH 2,4H7:. M imminence to Manhattan Beach; alsoto GOLD FILLED JEWELRY, t WAitE. 11-

SPARK PLUGS! southeast Georgia; inspecting timbered Total .......... ........ ...-*-:/I,4S7-07 ; Young's Pier Theatre, Atlantic City; | STERLING :SILVER: :NOVELTIES SILVER PLATED WARE. :
lands for a Jacksonville firm, In which Warrant. paid' la February 100A and Hartig's and Seamons, Arverne-by- 11-
DYNAMO: J. M. Barre is Interested, and It was at 'ounty..ch.N.fun'l. l ... .... ..9 611: !Wl the-Sea. I,. I. =: The finest line of Sterling Silver Toilet Sets and Novelties ever i

\ MAGNETOS, the home of Mr. liarm. that he was cured Special.. tax.. school., Dint.., No... 2 I,, no HI OO' Such a grand: structure at Palm Beach x- shown In Tltusvllle. 11DrSPECIAL -
-ATCO T- for during the last few days of Ills illness \. .. .' 3, oo would afford a large ball-room, circledby ** ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS. :
which culminated In his death '" 4, 60 00 9703 80 private boxes, a most attractive feature -

Mr. Hanford was Clerk of the Circuit -$10,693--21 being a brilliantly-Illuminated roof G. L. MANDA VILLE, Titusville, Fla. :
Court of Clay for several garden surrounded by tropical plants
The Florida Motor Co. and county Identified terms, Total now outstanding aa follows and prismatic fountains, where orchesia *****************************************************

politics was of prominently Clay for with the. County school'funil .,.. ......17.M2 nit ; concerts :be given, and vocal selec- ___________ ____.. __ __ __._ - 'h--- ___ ___ _
county_ many_years.lie
Special tax Hiihool DI.t.No I. "IMI3n. l lu
DAYTONA, FLI'RIDA.R. I was a brother of Mr. ono Hanfordof u .. .. .. .. 2; 7IM.1. ilons.
E L :RRA: ::: D Y'cat BRO.:
Tltusvllle. I u.. i ii a, 4.11( (IHI ,
4, 4<17 II'lm.01l3 21 MASONRY.
:Ia. MOTIaOVP.fir : The many friends of Dr. Edward L. Total caxli. on hand............... 4110 -DEALERS IN-

Mayo lie of DeKalb, III., will regret: learn Deficit In funds. ............ tlrt.247: '1 The regular meeting of Indian River GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,
that died last week. he ,
Although Cash llalance Lodge, No. 1)0\) F. A A. M., took place In
bad been In poor health for about four County school f unilCanll the Lodge-room at the Indian. River We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for \MAPES FERTILIZERS

years, lie was a most enthusiastic hunter, on hand'at lint renort....$ 21 04 hotel, Titusvllle, on Friday evening last, We deal exclusively In the above line of Roods and solicit the trade of all consum
and always brought lots of game: Into Received In February 1006.... "IL35 when, after the usual routine business ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.E. .

the Indian River hotel, Titusvllle, when Total. ....'..._...... ".. 6 13\1 had been gone through, .Judge A. D. L. BRADY & DRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.AGOl'TER .
he was staying there with his wife and Lena warrants. paid In Feb. 19115 Olj H4I $ 23 83 Penney was brought forward to take his h _ __ .
boy Dr. Mayo spent his winters at Tltusvllle Special tax school L>lHt. No. 1- third degree. While not an expert /goat
( Palatka and Palm Beach. He Cash on hand at taut report ..., 1D2 80Reeelved ) rider, Judge Penney came out of the fray :
/ about Uj la Fab. 1905. ... .. .... :tit B3 C
IIBiI was : years' old. lIe was a
genial without bone and be
and whole-souled and Total .... ............ ..... 2-n a broken ; now Is I
gentleman, the the clever In whichhe
Less warrants paid. In Feb. 1UOU n<100' 121 U smiling over manner
( ADvoCATE editor and the Doctor's many Special tax school Dint. No. 2- did It.Several. -Dealer In-

,, ) Florida friends sympathize with Mrs. Caah on hand at lime report....$ tot IV2 brethren came up from Eau STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
Mayor and little Edward iu their. sad Received In Feb, luoa.......... M H9 Jallla\ to be present and to assist the ,

loss. Total .... ....... ........ 157-21' Judge In mounting the goat. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
No payments lu Feb. 1905 .... W 8 157 21 A supper followed after the closing of FLORIDA.Wm .
The many friends of Mrs. Mary A. TITUSVILLE -
Special tax school Dint.No 3- the
, ....' Scrlmgeour; of Titusvlllewill\ be grievedto C'aHh on hand at last report....' 137 40n..celvod
'/ learn of the death of her only brother, in Feb. 19(15( .... ... .. 5 l>7
Fine Liquors. Wines, Beers Mr. Charles F. White, at Dunkirk, N. Total ...... 14.T87" Dangers of Viietimonla. Walker
Ales Stout Etc. Y. The funeral was conducted by the No payments In Feb. 1903.. ..... _
William O. Stevens Post, G. A. It., and (continued on page 4.) liable to cause pneumonia, which is so
fJ5r Send me your orders! I by Iroadequolt Lodge F. &; A. M. Mr. often fatal, and even when the patienthas -- Dealer In -

I TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA White was for many years editor and recovered the lungs are weakened, Groceries
, I manager of the Dunkirk (N. Y.) Herald CHURCH NOTICES. making them peculiarly susceptible to Staple and:: Fancy:: : : ,

one of our valued exchanges, but the development of consumption Fol-
East Coast Meat Market retired from the same about two years' Preaching' services at the Titusville ey's Honey and Tar will stop the cough, Fruits: ac.d.Vegetab es,

ago. Baptist church on Sunday, March 10th heal and strengthen: the lungs and pre- =37rairi.: aIL:: Feed
and 20th, at 11 a. m and 7)0:) p. m. Bible vents pneumonia. For sale at the lied
O. F. DUREN Agent. Vnouiiioiiiu Follows Cold Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle Fla. SolicitedTITUSVILLE
school .every :Sunday at ID a. m. -Your Patronage: -

:: but, never' follows the use of Foley's Everybody Invited to be present. Howard . FLORIDA.
z .04n .-.. Honey and Tar. It stops the cough U. Gibbons, pastor. ; The Clyde Line.
s::>;>> w? heals and the antiaffords
strengthens lungs
-- I ev.V.. F., Allen, of Tltusville) will .A.DLE.:::
,.. perfect security from an attackof TXTUS-VXLLEJ: 7CI'PIRY: :: ST
f Lt+ not begin a series of services at Cocoa Get your Clyde Line tickets from
co: : > pneumonia.: Refuse substitutes this week, as announced, owing to the .
Sold at the ned Cross Pharmacy, Ti- the agent at Titusvllle. Do not fail to 4.
p'G. protracted illness of his wife. lie hopesto II
tusvlllo Fla. take the FEED AND SALE p! SADDLE HORSES
: : go to Cocoa on Saturday afternoon, steamer, when going North.
and expects to protract service!) throughnext C. II. WALTON,
L>rnylinf.Draylng week, beginning on Sunday March Titusvllle, Fla. .,.STABLES... BUGGIES::;,

=::i ir 10th, at which time Dr. Pasco, 1'. E., is SURBEUand
or hauling of all I inds promptly BAGGAGE d
to both and
__ expected preach, morning
attended to. Meets all trains. :Stove:
1:=3f : : evening, this being the occasion of the of
=a* wood! for sale at all times first quarterly conference of this charge. Self.Locking Tackle Blacks: at Jas. TRANSFER, TURNOUTS

y : E. U. HOI/TEX. Titusville. All are invited to be present at the servo Pritoliard & Son's store, Tltusville .
= ..all kinds-
--- ---- ---- HAULING ETC.
TITUSVILLE> FLORIDA. ices on Sunday, and on through the Fla. Thousands of them selling weekly

..................... week, according to the announcements throughout: the North. They are
which will be made at the services on T. 3V9C. OsbcLn:

Robbins & Graham Co. i E. Vesey Hall 2 i; Sunday.On fitted Bearing with-one the of Waltoo.the best Vinton Inventions\Roller in TITU8V'lLLE.In rear of Robbins' Law OfficeFLORIDA.= -

Georgians, Fla. 41 Saturday, March 2Stb, the Bishop the world. May also be seen at the - - -- --- -- - -
i will make his visitation to St Paul' ADVOCATfc: office.

4, (Incorporated.) Boat Builder. : ; church, Tibbals-Eden. The service will\ INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
be at 2 iiO:
PAIDUP CAPITAL ,OOO.OO p. m. Tux Assessor's Notice.I TITUSVILLE FLA.Is .
ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK. On the 2nd Sunday In Lent, March ,
This company owns I 10th, the Bishop will make.his visitationto prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attentlo
will be at the the
Write for Estimates. following places at
r- > :St.:: Andrew's church Fort" Pierce. dates named for the of paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.T. .

AN1 s., ...................... The services will be Holy Communion, Assessing Taxes, for the year purpose 1005: T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
with sermon and Confirmation at 11
f' a H the Indian River Country; On the St a.m.
Evening Prayer and sermon at 7 p. m. Friday,
X.ucle River; at New River and on Bay Bros.EAU Services at St. Andrew's church Fort Fort Pierce, Saturday, ISth.
Hodgson Pierce, during the week will be Wednes- Fort Drum, Monday, 20th. The Titusvillle Blacksmith Shop
Klscayne. Prices to suit the ,
22nd 'fan tie, Tuesday, 21st.
day March :! Litany at 7:30: p. m.Friday .
Send for Land List GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, PEA,, March 24th, Morning Prayer and White City, Thursday, 2Srd.: O. B. STEELE Proprietor.
Litany at 10 a. m. ; Confirmation class at Quay, Friday, 24th.
Offices at Tltusville and Miami Fla. All kinds of Blacksmith Work will be done by
Marine Railway. :i:43 p. m. ; Evening Prayer at 4:30: p. m. Reams. Saturday, 5th. Machine and Engins Boiler

General Merchant and Chandlers. Saturday, Annunciation of the Bleesed Sebastian, Monday, 27th. experienced workmen.
Virgin Mary, Mtrch 2.Hh, Morning Micco\ and Grant, Tuesday, 28th. -Buggies and Wagons Made to Order and RepairedA -
J. L. MOBLEY ..Special: Facilities.. Prayer at 0:10:: a. m.: Holy Communionat Malabar" Tillman.YVednes\ 20th.30th.. bicycle, gun and...

For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing 10 a. m.; Evening Prayer at 4:30: p. m. Melbourne, Thursday, II .
TITUSVILLE, FLA. Tropic Banyan, Friday, tI Slat.Brantley Q.on.ora.1: :2rLojpdix: : : Shop

Contracts for all kinds of Painting, tfalaomlnlng !- Yachts and Launches. Incredible! Drutallty. "JotueSaturday April" 1st.Ueorglana will be operated in connection with the Blacksmith and Machine Shop
Mention the AovoctTs when Mand.iy, 3rd.
r\. Hanging! ,, Staining st the mOlt, Finishing ant Paper ; It would have been Incredible brutality RockTedge" Cocoa, Tuesday, 4th. SATISFACTION. GUARANTEED _
consistent reasonable price If Chas. F.'Lemberger, of Syracuse, Jf. Merritt Wednesday, 5th. rye-
lI' with good workmanship.. i J. R. WALKER & CO., Y., had not done the best be could for City Point, Thursday, 6th. Pure LINSEED I Drop
All his suffering son. "My boy," he says, Tltusfille, Saturday, 8th. Every
Work on the East Coast T1TUSVILLE. FLA."Oir "cut a fearful gash over his eye; so I Mime, Monday, 10th. = OIL PAINT

applied Bucklen's Arnica( Salve, which I.aGrange, Tuesday, 11 th. That'sMA.SUR'Y
-Especially Solicited.. quickly healed It and saved his eye." Haulover Thursday" 13th.

Let nie know what yon want and Good for burns and ulcers. too. Only Canaveral, Monday, 17th. : .S
estimate on It. Prompt attention get my 2.V at the Red Cross Pharmacy, TltusI Eau Gal lie, 24th. Out-looks, Out-wears, Out-covers Out-Lasts-ALL OTHER--:
given to all work I ville, Fla.> Blanks for the purpose' of making rei2rne A Record of 50 Y ear's Success Is the Best Guarantee of EXCELLENCEFor
--- will be left( at all the Poet Jcee)
;, Sale By .
In the County.
FOR FOR SALK?-Fine J/(Proem Residence THE CO..
SALE.Over New. Kin Fishing and Hunting. P. A. MCM.II.LAX: Assessor., EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY

School Churches! 'PKALEFS!: IN-
Good Etc.
in Mcln-
1,000 acres on Indian I. U 11 D AND BUILDING MATERIALand -
laver, Fla lo ib, Fla. Address, Florida Trunk -


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: PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS GROVES, Tin' Old Illacksiifllb Shop. block of the kind Id the world Fit; ]: 5.rl.g.: P1:: '-=L b5..ng.,

ted with the celebrated Ylnton Boiler
-W to tlOOO<> PElt ACRE_ All kindof Blacksmithlngaad
I Wagon Dearer. Useful in any place where and general repairing of all kinds.
Owing to poor health owner will sell Work; tires shrunk without cuttfng-a hoisting Is done. With theme blocks

,r any quantity desired, cheap), on easy wonderful device, quicker cheaper and one man can do the work of two; Leaders, Goiters, Stove Pipe, Etc., made to order Pipe Fittings, Etc

terms. Rare opportunity for profitable much better. Home shoeing and gifto Thousands sold in the north. Call

investment Perfection Trav lrtetL"llae repairing. Do not be led astray. Cometo and see them In working order at this -Business Promptly Attended Toi -

JAS. HOLMES, ChI Celebrated Tray Trunk for Sale. the old shop,
4WOt( office, or the store of Ja*. Fritchard ASoa

. Jensen, Fl..j .\, -Call and see It- J. D. JSfJ-, Tltusville, Fla. TiUurllle. Address or call on GEO. J. WHITE. Titotville. rlao

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