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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1900
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
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lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00053
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; VOL. 10. NO. 10. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY fi, 1000. PRICE 6c. i 1

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LOCAL NEWS -Have yon paid your subscription 1? -Capt. N. N. Penny of Nathan, was Archdeacon B. F. Brown left here DEATHS AT ROCKLEDGE. AMONG THE HOTELS.

If not, please do BO. In town yesterday for Jupiter yesterday.Miss -

And Topics of General Interest. WHEN YOU WANT A OALLON OF -IJev. S. F. Gove, of Fort Pierce, arrived E. E. Sums, of Beaufort, S. C., Mrs. A. E. Hartwnll died at the fame Tim ADVOCATE U now on file at all

good whisky, send to It. L. Motlow,, In town yesterday. arrived at the Indian River hotel last ily residence South Rnckloilge,, NowYear's the best' hotels In New York city !

Cocoa, Fla. night. eve at (0 o'cluck, of lumro' tronble,, Where to stop along the East Coast
COCOA GO TO
WHEN YOU GO TO
Soelety'and General Oo..lp. In connectionwith her death wits svuMcn. She was nom'
Blscayne Bay, Lake Worth Indian -Miss M. R. Bellows, after spending a Mallow's Saloon, and get good whisky -Mr. F. Ilnssey, of New York. former fifty two years. of ago Her husband See list of hotels on -Ith and 7th pages." I
couple of days with her niece at Ilardeeville and beer. winter visitor to Titusvlllo, Is now at I
Banana and Halifax Illver. Key West good and throe or four daughters survive her Do you want to purchase a hotel and
and all other Important Point alonjr the returned to LaGrange on Monday.We Capt. C. A. Coster manager of Canav Pasadena, Fla. The funeral services wrro hold at the I cottages F It you do, road! ad. on 7thpngn.

Ea.t Coast of Florida. Brief mention of .- are In receipt of the first copy of eral Club, has tha thanks of the ADVOOATK -Mrs. II. J. Smith, of Rock lodge, returned residence Sunday at noon, the family .
Interesting Events from Various Part the Tatler for the season. Mrs. Anna for a present of a bin: bunch of home, yesterday, after paying a with the remain leaving for their Chicago Whore to stop In Tltusvllln. See hotel

of the World About People Ton Know M. Marcotto!! Is the editor, aa heretofore.It wild ducks killed on the Club grounds: visit to Jacksonville.Mr. house on the 1:2.1: : 1'. m. train. Rev. and boarding( house advts., ou 7th

and People Von Don't Know Picked Is, as usual, full of Interesting matter at Chester Shoals. S. D. Geiger, after spending the (I. Smith of Houklpilgo/ otllolntod conducting I'n/otl'l.' / '

up by Our Society Editor and. large staff theEast -Mr. W. F. Greaves, of Atlanta, a well -Will our correspondent please stateIn Xmas holidays: with his family left for ) the funeral services Those about to visit Kloilda would d
of Correspondents scattered along known representative of the IMg 4 Railway their Items the amount of damage (If the south ou Wednesday.) well to noto the names of the best hoteU'

? Coat of Florida. with a party of friends! was at Hotel any) done to vegetables, plnoapleit, and -The Indian River Bund !gave one of Mr, Charles Dovlln, who has spent at which to stop, on our 7th page I
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I Plaza, Uockledge, a day or so this trues along the East Coast, during
orange 'delightful/ open-air conceits on the six or soven winters nt Hoc kludge, died lintel Ponoo dn Leon, St. Augustine,
\ THE ADVOCATE, week. the recent cold spell, \? blmll- tn ud last evening. at bill residence at tlmt |1111\(11', on Now opens on tho 10th of January, under the .
; $1.50 In advance. the down-river In Jacksonville Year's morning I after 'an Illness of .several
per annum, Among people -Mr. Chas. Howard, of Dame Rumor one of our lunmigemeiit M I'. Robt. Murray
, $1,00 six months, town this week we noticed Messrs JohnIf. accompanied, by Ills MIMIArloIMVIrM.! nays pl'e'l1I'Inent months. lie leaves a wife! son and .
, $2,00 per an. to foreign countries. Sums, Jno. Houston, S. F. Olbbs, J.N. ScepH, passed through, ; Titusvlllo, Tuesday ) young ladles In town is going daughter; the two latter were with him Illustrated foMurs of tho fine East ,'

\ When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE Waller, DeVoe Same, W. II. Sharpe, W. en route to the Inn, Palm Bunch, to north today to' got married. here, to mourn their h'M"Ir.! Devlin Count hotels, etc, to 1>given/ away, free \

> by the year, It does not cost you F. Wooten.Mr. spend several days. Messrs. O. F. Fox, of St. Augustine; was born In Ireland In 1810, coining to at the ADVOCATE ofllco. Send two-cent e 1
Included. and J. S. LoFiln, of Jacksonville: are In America about forty years age He wan stamp to pay postage/ ,
three cents week
) per postage Chas. N. treasurerof of Uockledgp \
Thompson, Mauler L. R. Paxton ,
who
liked all
and
by
town today, on their way south. a Jovial kindly man, Hotel Westmoreland, Jacksonville
Note date: of expiration printed upon the McFailand Fruit Protection Co., who Is attending the South; Florida knew him. The remains were taken
your paper or wrapper every week. This of this place, returned to tuwu, from Military Institute, stopped over at the -Commodore E. M. Goodall, of the to Pittsburgh; 1'1for Interment on mulor, tho nmnagomont/ of Mrs.\ Walker,
Is a receipt for your money. No need Sarasota Bay, YVednosdHy. Indian River hotel from Wednesday until auxllllury yacht Nemo, left hem for Sen.- tho Tuesday afternoon train, by tho him. linen so full timing/ tho aocoinoilatod.Manager pant week,

for us to Bend receipt for subscription.The -The house-boat Buckeye, with Mr. yesterday, on his way to Bartow.. breeze, on Wednesday, ou a visit to his members of Limo family hero. that I people could not bo !
date: gives It to you. parents. (J. A. $tone, of the Pain
and Mrs. T. A. Snider and party, of Cincinnati -Miss Louise M. Powe, after spending
O KIT" Please place this paper In your on board, stopped over here a dayor about two weeks at her orange grove at Traveling Passenger: Agent A. Olrarduau HUNTING AND FISHING ON Houoli Inn, just built by Mme Maddox
Im will bo
'. reading room. so the II ist of the week, en route south, Itockledge, passed through( here, yesterday of the Southern Railway" woe writes us probably ready to
The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE Is on after a visit to New Smyrna and 1>ay. on her way to Aurora N. Y., among the passengers on Wednesday's THE EAST COAST. receive! guests on the l.Mh: lost., If notbefm'e.

sale at the following news-stands, at five tona. Her many friends on Indian River were southbound train. I I

cents per copy : pleased to see her here again. that Mr, Cline Jalnut' proprietor of the
Our Stuart correspondent
Wlllard says
Messrs C. L. Camp, C. R. : -Mr. B. C. Heywood, of Charleston,
b Titusvllle 14 -Fred S. Chaffee. and R. W. Bryant, of Aslieville.N. .C.; .-We acknowledge receipt of a finely- S. C., arrived here yesterday for the purpose the thrive fish houses there are doing a Brovoort hotel, Fifth avenue, Now York
J. B. Screven. thanks of the for
ADVOOATK
arrived in town Wednesday, and lilt framed picture from the Ocean Steamship of enjoying a few days duck shootin /Hood business At Stuart Messrs.\ Styp- hint time
Jacksonville" FUthbun: hotel.hotel. next day, for the Haulover, on a hunting Co., left here by Mr. R. C. Rogers, '. !, Ho started out today.A inau and Young/ make good shipments toe present of A very 1 pretty calendar.,
Windsor wall editor
wlitoli tuloiiiB the of
! Across the river at Wa-Wa Mr. now our
daily. ,
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tiip. They will camp out about 12: miles the traveling freight( and passenger
St. Augustine Alcazar hotel. few fine double yellow-headed lal
11 north of Titusville.On agent, of Jacksonville. It is now In Steubun Is at his old place with u full room.

position, and helps to adorn our picture Mexlcin: parrots; German Canary singers/ force. Last year the llenrdsleys", of Connecticut }II', L. G. Rathbun, of Elmira, N. Y.,
-A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU. Wednesday next, at Toledo, Fla., gallery. and pigeons for sale; Mrs. E. 11. Armstrong were the ,champions) with the owner of Merritt' Rathbun hotel, Jacksonville .
will take place the of Mr. Rush M street Jacksonville Kla.
marriage Bay Kill-net. Several persons may Jio soon ut through Titusvlllo Sunday

notice ads. are ten cents 11. Allen of Jacksonville to Miss Leethle riolllstcr who had been pnssed ,
J3T":: Reading! -Miss B. A. -Miss Blanche Iloukniglit, who has any time on the dock fishing with hook en route to Palm Beach. Mr. Chas.
per line on this page.If Urace Wigtieldof the former place. Mr. spending the Christmas holidays at Tlb- been visiting relatives lIt l\lud", N. C., and line !Mr! MoFarland! who has led A. Mpriltt accompanied, him as far a*)
of Allen Is connected with the railway bals with Mr. and Mrs. II. Jennings, In thin the last two winters, ID expected
, you want to buy goods our during the pnstHlx months or no, return thin place.
t. Titusville merchants read their ads ou postal depaitiiieuk.The stopped over at the Indian River Hotel, ed home yesterday, delighted with her there ooo for tho winter.
at this place, from Monday until Tues Manager Robert Murray, of Hotel
= Misses Mine and palsy Brady North Carolina ullliuA .
8th page. /( Fishing on Indian, River Is very profit.
day, when she left for Rollins College: Ponco de Loon, and his sister, Mrs. .
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vacation It It thelipatents
, .-Mr. Jefferson, the well known actor, -teL'Hpeu<.JlUg their Winter (Park. Miss llollistersaid" she had well known Jacksonville morel, able, pintloiilaily, sont times. On Tuesday Fletcher, have arrived In St. Augustine) \ I
C. B. Jefferson paid a lu town, returned to !StetsonUnivpiaity visit and charmed wl'ltllIua night !Mr. Van Worloy, and his for the and will at Hotel ,1Aloazar
and his son, Mr. had a very pleasant was ant, / yesterday" says: "Your season, stop I,
visit to lobe Sound this week. ou Tuesday. They are vel'ybrIght with the pineapple section. pink pAper Is a much better advertising striker, with ono boat and net, caught/ until the Ponce de Loon opens \il
ladies and have host of
young a :lOOO( <) pounds of One trout which -wero
medium than I thought It Tholr! lends are glad to sea them ','9
was, HO many
one of Green Cove friends not ouly iu TUuuvilIu but at the Alexander Oochrann and you
-Philip Wright, Messrs. continue ail, another sold to ;jMr. W A. Irarmer, fish dealer, south again. II
Springs; former bright young residents, Uuiveislty.Mr. James M Codman, of Boston, two prominent may my yeiir. for $-0.)
\ Is now an employee of this office. E. J. who left here for members of Canaveral. Club, arrivedIn -Mr. F. 1\(. Hudson, a prominent Mr Fred C. King:, chief clerk of Hotel I
Seymour
night and left next Yuohwyer from J'lno Bluff Ark. was Royal I Polnolana Palm Iteacb, passed I
Burke town Monday ; / ,
-Read the ads of H. E. Jacksonville a week or so returnedto
and commission new merchant, on our the Indian River hotel ago Wednesday, day, on board the launch Krl King:, en In town yesterday, and gave' im a pleasant THE NEW YEAR. through: Titusvllle, Saturday, on hi* l
grocer route to the Club house at Chester call. He has been visiting his father WilY to Lake Worth for the season. Ho I
4th page; ; and Kaiser Bros., on pages./ with lit his has wife rented and three a house chlldien.In !south He Shol s. As the above gentlemen are at Sebastian, and loft for Tampa todayto Owing to New Year's Eve coming on had been, spending .a couple of weeks at ,1

-Mr. Fred S. Chaffee, having; sold out nays Titusville, and his furniture has been crack shot, the other members will have look after some property. Sunday, nothing of grout: Importance Hot Springs, Va., on his way to the J

his drug; business, is now occupying the shipped from Jacksonville.Mr. to look closely after their laurels -Miss Annie Pnddlson, after spending took place In Tituivllle. Services! were East Coast of Florida. JT
position of secretary to the Mc1l'arlandJ'rult held In some of the chum relies, and at bail
Writing the ADVOCATE from Worcester / a couple of days very pleasantlywith The Rowland hotel, Jacksonville, t|
Protection Co. at this place. -: John E. Harris, publisher of 1\10\ ,,,"., Mr. A. Coburn says: "In- Mr. and Mrs. Ueo. F. Paddlsnn. tit midnight the Indian River land serenaded a narrow escape from destruction by fire
-.Miss Florence Robl'oson. of Eden, stopped \ Florida Facts, St Francis Fla., was In cloned find $1.50 for subscription to the Eau OalllSy returned to town on Sunday the guests: of the hotel and several Monday nlht| about 7 o'clock, and but
over here from Monday until Tuesday town Saturday, and gave: our ollice a pink paper for ensuing :year. I enjoy afternoon so that she would bo In to of the residents; whllu chuicli bells rang for the promptness, of the firemen It
and while in town attended the pleasant call.\ Mr. Harris) with several very much reading' : Its nowsy and Interesting to attend the bull on Monday night. and whistles shrieked forth Home shrill would now bo In ashes A defective Slime
New Year ball of the Titusville Social other gentlemen: are cruising on thelow.. columns, which bring to mo many blasts to let people know we wore on caused the lire, which did damage; to the
dub at tho house. er St Johns on board the steam yacht pleasant recollections of the good old -The ADVOCATE) returns thanks for the eve of a new year extent of #'iOO before being extinguished.
opera Terrapin. They landed at Salt Lake" and. times I Indian River In the the pretty calendar received at this olll- New Year's Day was rather a. raw and
-Mr. William G. Newell, editor and walked Into Titusville for their mail, and spent for on in the future" ce from the firm of Wm. A, Bourn A Co. blustry one; but, unvertheloHM, the sun Hotel St. James, Jacksonville, Fla.,
proprietor of the Pleasantville Weekly and to look at the steamer Canaveral, past, hope more of Jacksonville. This firm stalled lu wan out doing !good, duty. The bunk which In' open for the season, under the

Press, of Pleasantville, N. J., was a with a view to purchasing her. -The Misses Zandte and Katie Stewart business In 187': and In now looked upon and pontofllce celebrated tbo day by closing management, KM for many years past, of
pleasant caller at the ADVOCATE office, and Miss Bessie Hall, who have been liS one of the oldest and most reliable but nil the store worn open as usual Mr. J. R. Campbell, has had many Improvements .
Tuesday morning. Mr. Newell is spend -The ladies of Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine pending/ the holidays with their parents, seed houses In this state. They have amt business was" conducted nsi on any made to It recently, among 1

, ing the winter in Titusville. inaugurated their afternoon receptions returned to St Joseph's Academy, St. just received for early planting-among/ week day Many\ of our townsmen put thoni being thirty-live additional baths.
, on Monday -New Year Day- Augustine; on Tuesday morning These numerous other needs-several cm'loads. In the day deer, cluck and quail shooting, This favorite hotel I I. now lu excellent "
-Editor B. B. Tatum, of the the Courier-south receiving: their friends In the parlor: of young ladies are very much pleased with of potatoes and bean of very tine quality. and some big bugs wore made. condition throughout. I i ihotel
Informant, Bartow, was among the hotel. The ADVOCATE editor was
and Irs teachers .
St. Joseph's Academy ball Mr. and
train. Rnthbun glVen by \
bound Wednesday's when the invitations were _
passengers not forgotten In .
of whom they speak high: terms.
he :Mrs' Chas A. Morritt, Monday night
Miami where HUe In Cotton.
He was on his way to out and those who were present
sent On this occasion, Miss Hall's mother Hall. at the Oler. lfouwe.One affair for Jacksonville .
delightful
very
wee a :
has bought out all of Editor Featherly'sIntereats enjoyable time Manager
report a very had a narrow escape of a serious acci and all who bad the pleasure of
In the Metropolis.In Jos. P. Greaves doing all he possibly dent. She went on board the train to NEw YOIIK, Jan. R, KWX) themselves immensely
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of the best-attended balls the being present enjoyed
at
of the heavy pressure could to make his guests feel at home. bid her daughter adieu, and when It be- bull of
consequence Titusville Opera. house, for some time Itlito"n.ll'n litter A'lvacatf, It was the opening
upon our space, we must ask our correspondents -Mr. II. M. Flagler: and party passed, gan to move out of the station jumpedoff past, wn that of New Year's, night/ Liverpool to-day touched the highest the season, and wan a grand success.
to be good: enough to limit here Saturday morning, en rout the steps to the platform, falling and Tho dining was thrown openInr
through ((Monday). It was given by the members prices of the season on cotton. Our Investigation long room
their Items to not over half-a-column at to St. Augustine, after a pleasant visitto knocking herself Into Insensibility. of the Titusville Social: Club. Notwithstanding lead us to believe that fur i tile first time In several years, and .aI'urge
the outside. We get BO crowded some Dade County. They were on board a Luckily, beyond the severe. blow she received / the fact that It was a cold, Liter accumulation of Southern stocks number of the society people of

weeks that many items, that we would special train, and after taking dinner to her head, no serious damage night, an ADVOCATE representative! noticed at this juncture v>11bo\ unwlne. We. i Jacksonville and surrounding/ try
like to publish have to be left over. with Dr. and Mrs. A. Anderson left for was done and no medical aid needed. that the hall wan fairly crowded, therefore advise selling I spot cotton on were present to enjoy the hospitality of

-In reply to several letters, asking; for the north Mr.[ Flagler'n party consisted I and the merry dancers "tripped the present level, while full prices) are ob Mr. and Mrs. Merrltt, who did their
n,w mustr'" ''folders of the F. E. C. of Mr. and Mrs. Kenan, Miss Kenan, ($1.000Vorth For Sale light fantastic" until midnight./ I tainable. utmost to entertain their numerous
Miss Sarah O. Kenan of Wilmington N. C. guest The ADvocATE was representedby
hotel System, (erred to in the ADVOCATE PIIICB. McCoiiMlC'K A Co.
must advise the'writeI'll to apply Mr.[ and Mrs. J. C. Wise, children and Oak furniture, crockery, first-class Mr. and Mrs. J. C). Walton and Claude
: we co 1 1 KM IHtUW.Dr .
maid of Macon Ga. and William R. Walton of Tltuvllle. The spacious
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etc. equal to ,
to Supt.: C. B. Knott, St. Augustine, mattresses new.
have none of them on hand. We are Kenan, Jr., of Niagara Falls. W. R. CAMPBELL, Kmpty Sugar and Itlco Jlarrel dining room had been cleared and ap-
as we
Goods House Bay St. Jack
on
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decorated for the occasion
I also out of of the F. E. C. Ry., and Melbourne, Fla. paoprlately
maps sonville Is of the and most
Manager one largest For sale Address, and over Its soft glistening surface the
these may be obtained from Traffic Snaps In Iteal Estate, popular In the State of Florida. The WAt,rtca A. MOOKK, merry dancer glided away the pleasant

J. P. Bepkwltb, St. Augustine. Crates! Crates! CrutcH trade that this house did during Cqrlst- 30fob 8 George Ht., Charleston, S. C. hours from 0iO: p. m. until the weo

Winter homes, Orange: groves. I havea mae meek was edormous, from the opening ami"' hour of Tuesday mornln Prof.
Have You Got Chiggers? few special bargains improved properties Bean crates, tomato crates, orange : In tile' rooming until closing at Wanted Hhubrlcks orchestra furnished tho music
from Fort Pierce southward to boxes, etc. Best good; at lowest prices. night, there wan a constant steam of I for tile dancers, and never were Its renditions
Eden. Two young orange Groves one (}. F. PADDMOX! ,Eau Uallie. i men"women and children shopping, at better. An excellent New Year
South
Gas lime will clear them out on short 000) Floe condition. deal The latest ash- An orange grove to care for In
525; trees, one trees. this I Emporium. punch such as only Landlord Merritt can
notice. It Is. also a good: disinfectantfor of Brevard the of this house Florida. Would be willing to work on
In south not
Along railroad part For Sale. Ions was only reason be prepare, wan served, as were also chicken
your poultry yard and coops. 1 haveIt county. Lands suitable for( groves at doing such an Immense Xmas. business, shares; or other arrangements might salad;'oyster patties*, Ice cream And cake.
at 1.50 per barrel. .-.0 Write for plats, price hut It wan the popular prices also. male Address,
$25 to$ per acre. The most desirable property in the tome of the ladles' costume were quite
Gallle Fla. CiTKU"
O. F. PADDISOS, Eau lists and pamphlets.C. center of Rocklmlge, on Barton avenue; This establishment (now /getting In and Care; A DVOCATK handsome, and did much to enhanco tho

T. McCAiirr) P. O. Ankona, Fla. consisting. of live acres covered with opening up their spring good Their l'j-20( : Titusville ,Fla., beauty of the scene. Mrs. Merritt wa
Beautiful Home Places.At Railway station, North Ankona, Fla. thrifty orange trees, also two cottages spring good Their display will be one here, there and everywhere, and won all
thereon. Apply to of the finest in the south and as for hearts by her charming manner and
for Kent. WM. M. MKKWI.X. Milford, Conn. their line goods, ladies and gentlemen's 'Vall ted. kindly characteristic. The lunch tables
North Ankona. Cottage
Fort Pierce and 2Otfa gloves of all description, they are now of the
dlroulars.C. After Nov. :. Rocklrdge, Flo. were groaning; under the weight
Write for descriptive showing In their Immense windows and Experienced party In stock raising tropical and Beml-troplcal fruits placed

T. MCCAIITY, Ankona, Fla. On of the most desirable cottages on horses and Mule Now on Sale plied up on the connters, and the price. want a partner with capital to start a upon them, which everybody seemed to
the East Coast, located at Melbourne; which are marked In plain figures, show cattle ranch In South Florida; best loco-. thoroughly: enjoy. Mr. and Mrs.Merritt
For Sale. overlooking the Indian River, next doorto I Bt once the popularity of this mammoth' cation In the state. Address, certainly know Low to entertain.

Hotel Carleton; one story and large At the Magreder.tabfes, Sanford, Fla. dry good store. Cohen Bros pay strict W., care ADVOCATE, --
large attic; wide porches; contains parlor About fifty head of horses, mules and attention to mailing and express order. Titusvllle\ Fla. .
Hone and wagon, complete. Apply dining-room library and two bed- ponies; all stock guaranteed as represented. Call or write and get their winter and "White Jtat>l>ltM.I .

[ to \Y. GORDON BROWN, rooms, all completely furnished, including Prices reasonable.J. spring prices. -
Robe Sound, Fla. sliver and china. Attic can be used B. MAOIICDEK, Sales Agent, Couex BnoM., A Ileautlful Winter Homo want to buy or exchange white
as' bedroom also. Bath is supplied with l Sanford Fla. :2t Jacksonville, Fla., pink-eyed (Albino) rabbit.. I want female -

hot and cold water. Artesiat water In For sale very cheap, on east side of *. I sell males 75e each.

Notice. bath and ou lawns. Range In kitchen. To Let, Furnished, Holiday or Xcw Year. Hobe Sound Indian River; opposite S. Sebastian KITCIUXO:' ,Fla.
Otit-housea and cistern. For the season, store, pontoffloe add express office; about It ,

Call upon C. W. Crabb Cocoa, and $200; per month (not less that three Manalapad Cottage; a most desirable The old, well-known George Hughes 15 acres, 3')*) ft. river and Atlantic- oceanfront
ettle those little I. O. U. accounts due mootha' lease given), $;.V). residence situated most pleasantly be Drug Store, Bay and Ocean street,Jacksonville I, ; seven rooms, bath and screened To Hen
10-20: J. D. CKABB, Agent. Apply to F. Robertson, Hotel Carle- tween ocean beach and Lake Worth; recently purchased by HeflleyBros. : verandah. Ground Irrigated by windmilland -
ton, Melbourne, Fla.; or to W.C. Barnes, contains 12 bedrooms, large dining room ., druggists and chemists,, graduates large tank. Good wharf and warehouse For the winter months, a four-roomed
Fine' Lunches. 1733: Q Street, Washington, D. C. and reception hall, kitchen and other of the New York College/ of I>Pharmacy ; also 4-room bath-hous on ocean cottage! completely furnished, situated
conveniences. Surf bathing and excellent opens the New Year with a new and beach, }mile from residence. Cocoanuts on the banks of the Indian River (lobe

If need .a good chop, steak or anything The San Mateo Cigar fishing and bunting; ten miles from complete stock. and ornamental plant- Apply for Illustrated : Sound), commanding a beautiful viewof and
you 'ICnAs. Good boating; fishing
booklet price; etc., to the ocean.
else in the eating line, do not fail, Palm Beach and one mile from Hypo- Their assortment of uyler's Candy, to '
Lake Worth. Address Perfumery, etc., will please any New R. S&iwBArrso.Tf: bunting; For particular, apply
khen in St. Augustine, to go to Orangeowes' All Pure Florida Tobacco, luxo, acrou ,. W. GOKDOX Bnoww.Hobe .
J. BROW, Agent Year's customer. Come and get ac 331: Jackson Building,
( Lunch and Oyster Rooms,corner East Coast Grown, Nashville Tenn. Sound FU.
t Cathedral pace, near the bridge. No better made; try them. Hypoluxo, F a. quainted. ,


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JAN I 5, 1900.

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PROPHECIES OF MOTHER NEVINS TALKS ON POLITICS. To The Deaf SEED POTATOES.


SHIPTON. A rich lady, cured of her deafness! and
e\ "Tom" Nevlns Is out of politics these 1
noises In the head by Dr. Nicholson's 1I
days He has outlived the fascination
lA DEC The following prophecies of old Mother Artificial Ear Drums gave $10,000 to Ills
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and when ha did quit tbe game he was that 'deaf people unable to
Shipton has. been sent to the ADVOCATE Institute so them Improved Bone $3.00 per barrel. Special prices to large buyers. Write for testimonials -
a good/ big winder. From the fact that procure the Ear Drums may have

: for publication. Mother Shipton he was once chief of Brooklyn's Fire Department free. Address No. 11J4 The Institute, from largest potato planters in Florida. J
lived In England la the Utter half of the 780( Eighth Avenue, New York, N. Y.
Ills old friends still take the
fifteenth century. She was supposed to Full line of fresh Garden and Field Seeds always in stock. Write' for price list.
liberty of calling him "Chief. In his
be the child of the Devil (said the Catholic -
Whom It Concern. -
brokerage ofllce on Montague street he To May L. CAMERON. Seedsman
Sentinel) who wooed her mother under -
is kOlwn..only by that title. -
the guise of a young forre8ter. When John James In Notice la berofcy Riven that the branch Tluh- 126 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
McQarry opinion
my at
womanhood she lived in cries heretofore operated bv this Company
she grew: up to will not make a successful political Fort 1'lenoe and Bobaatlaa, Fla, under the inauaitemnnt -
I the forest, refused to associate with other of Mr.A. M. Sample were clowjj I onDecember
1 leader," he said to a Journal reporter, in Int.,soil delivers to Mr. A. M. Sample JOHN MARX.E31ESOS3..
rie uttered her MARX
and prophecies GEORGE
human beings, who bBiian operating them on that date on
wl.ile fleeing from those who desired a conversation the other day. "You see, bin own ..,.,.,.,n&. Any person or person having
f i iO to make her acquaintance. She of the above branch f Uherlen will pleaaeprenent 1VI.A. .
votos a leader has to hustle alter. lie has same for settlement at this office. ,
isod to utter her prophecies and Is said
gotten far ahead of where his father ever FLORIDA FISH 8i ICE COMPANY, Wholesale Dealers In
to have foretold< the innovation which Jacksonville, Fla.
was. The old man was of the people I ]an9
,
soon after followed In religion, the fall FRUIT AND. PRODUCE
; and he had and I GROCERIES
r to work for to accumulate -
ila.10 of the great Cardinal Wolsey and the N CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 8EVENTIIJulIclal "
''I his money. I I Circuit of Florida In and for Bre-
( rra death of Sir Thomas Moore and other vard Count;. In Chancery.
ry t "Young McGarry, however, was born 131 and 133 But Bay Street and 6 and NewnanStreet,
lords and ladles. who were beheaded by D. W.TnttJeV 1
with his fortune and could afford to S'- I Foreclosure of Mort- FLA.
King Henry VIII of England. Her ,gen Robert A. Hardee, V gage. Order. JACKSONVILLE
ARE into step Into a high plain of life lie Is not Emma P. Hard, and I .
t M. gL&IITSHT eral prophecies were put doggerel of the school politicians that make successful Joseph L. Hlck.nn. J .
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IN
HOUSES THE CITY
TOE rhyme by some unknown English poet, leaders. lie has advanced beyond To You.Toncph are herehv 1. HIckRon required, a non to-resldent.appear, to the bill ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT
been handed down
and have through
-- ---- his father's sphere of life, and advancedtoo of comiilalnt algid against :von, In the above.
tour centuries The at the Clerk's Oltloe of the Court la TltiiHvllle -
following are samples cauHe
AT HOME. far to accomplish what he accom- .Florida! ,nppn the We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas
INDORSEMENT taken from the work: plished. FIRST MONDAY: IN FEBRUARY!: A. P., 1900 guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay Grain and Feed. We wantyour

"A house of glass; shall coma to pass This order will be published with a* little Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
Jn many England, but alas! "To be a leader a man must get; out delay an may II/I!,once a week for four cnnMecu-
It Is understood that Attorney-General War will follow with the workIn with the mass of voters and be with tl.e week, In the INDIAN Rivitn ADVOCATE MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville Fla.
)iHlieil at Tlt'iaville, and pouted and mailed
pub Dealers.
Lamar will bo candidate for renomlna- the land of the Turk. rnr- We only Sell to
a them and, of them. Down In bill district an required by law.
And and In fierce strife t-Uven at the Clerk's Ofllon at Tltnuvll'e/ Florida
state state
Democratic State convention -
tlon at the next he could not do this for the simple reason .
Struggle for each other's life.Carriages this 22nd day of December,A. D., 11111I1..A.A.I'ITEWART.
lie ban made a successful and horses shall that lIe had become of a different class. ,
without go; ,
capable official. What great promptn"" And accidents nil tl.e world with woe. Gray did all the work In the district, for (L. B.) Clerk Circuit Court. .

he brought the suits against ex-Miuu In London Primrose hill shall be" which he expected a nomination. He Ronni Suite Itors 1I& OIlA for Complainant.AM. fly O.A.Stewart.D.C necZBJ.nZO: John B. Stetson University

Treasurer C. B. Collins and tho sureties And the center of bishop's see would have been elected had It not been

his bond to trial and recovered judgments [Primrose Hill now in the heart of .
on for the scand against him, which were Mnster'H Sale.UNHKR .
aglnst thorn In favor of tile Mule London, wee, In Mother /fehlpton'a time used! dining; the cnmp.ilgn." I I

of Kloiklii. On these judgments huge twelve miles from the city.] DELANO, FLORIDA
Mr. Nevlns Is oneof the few old-timers A\D BY VIRTUE OP A DECREE
the 'Around the world thoughts shall fly .. and wile entered in the Circuit .
of have boon paid Into I < ''ure
sums money left. lie belongs to the old school of | Court for HrevarU Coiinry, t'Iorhialn
In the twinkling of HU
State Treasury In the suit amilnst the eye; politician nnd believes that Hugh Mo- a certain cause therein depending wherolnelan I
Through the bills men shall title and William '
)( Walton et al are complaint -
estate of John F. Dunn, deceased, who And,] neither hoisu nor ass bestride; Laughlin will retain his control of the II. II. UlcA""n." et al.,aredolendunt*. I will Elliau@rHHl ,I..

In his life tlmo signed Mr. Collln's bond, Under water men shall walk, Domocrntlu patty! in Kings county until Null I at publ lo.auction to the hlgheat( and Le tIJldler
lor cash on the
there the trial, in July, 18!H, a Shall tide, shall sleep, shall) talk.
was on old age compels him to retire, or until FIRST MONDAY -JANUARY, A. D. lisle! ,
Iron In the water shall lloat
disagreement by the jury and no verdict death. In front ofthal'otrrtlloaaaDoor In Tltiivllle,
As easily! us a wooden boat. .liirluKtho legal. liuu-e of name, the following
found. At the State convention at Orlando Gold shall be found and shown MeOarr>'B school of politics is based lenorilit-d renl estate situated llrevard County -

in August I8)8!) Attoiney-Gcneia! In H Innd that's now unknown; on die Idea that the old follows have All, I Hiirlila or/the, N tri-ulti K Ji of BeotloT.' 20. Township 2T,

Lamer discovered la conversation that Fire and water shall wonders do, Kuwt, M.47 acre now
run politics long enough; and that educated South Itang.IT: excepting| ( .
And shall admit Jew. NorthoiiMt cornerof
England a iwnxil /bv W rentier In the
Mr. Charles \V, White of Cltm was a Throe time! three shall lovely Franco young men would accomplish by Hull) tract, denarlbi d in brad. Honk "Y" at

most Important witness for the State lie led to dunce!> a bloodv dance; 'brain and tact' what the others accomplish page :274. DL. OAl'LDlSV Special Master.

At the trial In Docember' III\I\ a verdict Before! her peoplo shiill be free by bullying and other less fair

for tho State was recovered BKulnntthe Three\ tyrant rulers she shall see, methods.
Each from different dynasty Order of Publication.
thousand dnllius sprung ;
Dunn estato of forty ,
And when time last. groat fight In won lie has money enough; to put his Ideas

ami it' was conceded that it was won England and France shall be one. Into operation. This he considers one "JRCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH

upon the important testimony of Mr And now a word in uncouth rhyme benefit of his fortune. lie wants nothing IN Judicial Circuit, In and for Itrevard Coun- For Doth Sexes. Tliis Scholastic Year Began
i' White. The Dunn estate, by Legislative Of what shall be In the latter time. ty. In Chancery.
In those wonderful far-off days out of politics but a successful establishment Frank E. He th and Ehrlrk K,' '
authority, paid into the State Treasury, Women shall get a strange, odd craze of his' school.-New York It..salter, ml t;xt-cniorit or the October 3rd. Send for Catalogue/
Estate of John heath, deceas.
as a settlement of said verdict, somewhat To dices) like men, and breeches wear, Journal ed. '
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over nine thousand dollars. Till Is more And cufotf their beautiful locks of hair, -V aForeclosure.. College, Acndemlc, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodious
And ride astride! with brazen brow Ithodesa gold output for April was Charles C. Converae and Mary

than the entire four and years'Is cited salary only of the to As witches do on broomsticks now., 8,755! ounces, and for the first four T.HorMn Cnnv..r.e Hardware, his wife Company and the, a I Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc., Insuring -

Attorney-General, Then love shall dlo and marriage: cease months of the year 2000: ounces. corporation, J, perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 22
how tho vigilance and activity of Mr And babies and sucklings: so decrease To Chai lee C. Convene and Mary J.Convene.*

Lamar In tho administration of the office That wives hall fondle oats. and dogs, The farmer's wife rr'oo raises! chickens, It I hi hereby ordered that you appear at the trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full information. .
And men live much the same as hogs. Clerk'a otlli-o at Tltii vllle, Florid to rhe bill J. F. FORBES President.DKAI.KK8 .
'' lie. fills so capably. knows that they/ of complaint entered against: you i In the above Address ,

Mr. Lamar Is also engaged In litigation In eighteen; hundred and ninety-six must have food entitled caune, upon the __ __
Build your houses of rotten sticks; FEHttUAIT A. D 1900,
enough first to FIRST MONDAY IN ,
I Involving nlnety-six-thousamt ((00,000) For then shall mighty Mars be planned a v satisfy bare and answer said bill In due course otherwise the Oet.A.S.: i3zvzvr &; cc- ,

dollars unpaid back taxes by a railroad And lire anil sword sweep o'er the land. hunger then Name will be taken against you an .ronteesed
I and rurtborthst thin order be published with .a* IN
doubtless bo Hut those who live the century throughIn -
This case will ,.
company. I ,""I. enough more little delay RII may be In the INDIAN KIVEB ArVOIATK
beard at' the coming January term of our fear and trembling; this will do: ':F t -' than that to publlKhpil atTltunville. Florida. once :::E W1n..e: 'C7 :1n.es: 'a.n..CI.: X:: .aLsicaLiior: ,
Fly to the mountains and the glens, = make flesh and eai'h week for eight ooimecutlve wcekn.Itnnoby
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Supreme Court, and from theso may go To bogs and forests and wild glens, ., order ar the Clerk's 001ce.at Tltusvllle 417, & 410 W. Hay St.,
= fat before they of December. A. I>. IHUtt
-i' this the 12th day
to the Supreme Court of the United Sta- For tempest will rage and oceans roar, -=. --- will bejjin to lay.In A. A HTKWARF, JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.BIONONGOIIEI .
tes. Again litigation is pending and And Gabriel stand on sea and shore, Clerk of tile Circuit! c'.t.UyO.A.8T.I1WART. .
9you've
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plain w0
t And as he toots his wondrous horn, :::IJ.J1i: \ to : D. C.
almost Involving the got put
r just begun, very; A
Old world shall die and be born. *
new ;;;::::-_ into the hen inn
Florida Railroad Com-
existence or the
; the form of food Administrator's Notice.
;.t;
mission. Those suits Involving saving "
_- what you get out
of hundreds of thousands of dollars to JlnvhIJ'n Great Hint on Cham- v ..... --' of "in the shaper PERSONS HAVING: CLAIMS AGAINST: Rye Whiskey

the people of Florida, If siiocoHnful, will berlin', Cough Itemccly. r ii'(:.,.. "e'Y nourished eggs.' An hen ill ALL County estate, Florida of W.< ,C. liomRrllale of hereby llravard no- t ,

doubtless !go through the State or Inferior Manager; Martin of the Plerson drugstore tilted to present them to the undersigned properly Delivered to
lays
Federal Courts to tho Court tntorms that he is .__-!. ..'.>- no eggs authenticated within the time prexcrllied /u9 '
Supreme otho us having" a __ ... The difference b] law, or this notice will he pleaded bar of 9flL'r ANY PART op THE STATE FOR
United States. That tribunal\ alone grontrun on Chambeilln's Cough Memory --....: between the recovery. And all person owing said estate w '
He sells live bottles of that medicine are hereby required to ,wake immediate payment $3.20.
can settle them. Do the peoplo of farroer'n wife and her chickens Is that ... ..
to n e.
to one of any other kind and It pile fancios she take out of herself in .
Florida wish to with the service cnn Ibis 1Mb day of I.m'IWirp'h!> IfMO. ,', l PER GALLON: PREPAID.
dlspcnso EXPRESS
gives gt'outer satisfaction. In these days daily cares and toils what she does not : ; ( I ,
of Mr. Lamar In tho Attoiney General of la grippe there is nothing like Chain- put"back in the form of nourishment for, SherlT( and all Ex Officio

ofllce while these Important matter borlln's Tough! Remedy to stop the cough nerve and Iwdy But she can't. Sooner or decllfelJ Administrator of the t.stutdof said Deceimed.Notlte. ; dft ,,,r Miami Rye $4, per gallon.

heal up the sore throat and lungs and Inter the woman who tries it breaks down. VI ,., e ; ; Gibson Rye, $4, per gallon.
tholr o
interests In
concerning are process give relief within a very short time. The The !signs of physical break. +w, Lewis '(!(! Kye, $.1,. per gallon.
ri of settlement\? These suits, or some ofthem warning r -- Rye and Corn $l.r.O to $3.50
sales: are growing, and all who try It are down are, among others!, headache weak per gallon.
I \ will Inevitably oxtend beyond his "lensud with its prompj nctlon.-/houth stomach, flatulence pain in side or back Mount Vernon Rye, 1892, $d per gallon.

present torm of ollloe.i Chicago/ Dully Calumet. For sale by difficult breathing, palpitation the NOTICE I*hereby given that on the Slat day
A. I>. tuon or an noon thereafter a*I
nil and Medicine dealers
i"t. No doubt there are capable lawyers Diugglat'a h*J\rt. These are only some of the in run lie, beard, I wUI apply' to hi* Honor D. L. ,
dications of a derangement of the stom- Oauldtm, County. Jndue of Itrnvaril County, fora I FOR $3.20.
spoken of for tho Attoiney-Genoralshlp ach and organs of digestion and nutri anal settlement mv cconnt and approvalof .
The distance from tho farthest
pointof dldtrlbutlon of the anKet of tho Estate of
noxt besides Mr. Lamar but my
year why tion. The one sure remedy for this con-
.l should the maws of the people, the taxpayers Polar discover to the I'ole Itself !is dition is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical R. C.the Smith itdniiulatratorHhtu doreanocl' and of for said my ewtato.dischargefrom Sent to us by Express, postofflce oilIer or New York Exchange, we will

those directly Interested desire 4,0, miles.! Discovery, which strengthens the stomach W.AdmlnlHtraUtr..Tennen. I. ALLEN send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,

,a t I to displace at this time an olllclul of high Not ono drop of Intoxicating liquor is ,invigorates purifies the the blood nerves.and nourishesand Fla& draham Sept. ,Att'ys. 18110.Robbnls for. Administrator. FOUR FULL QUARTSOf

character and of capability\? allowed to be sold at any of the military M.... Martha :E. Bn#ham, of Newvltle. Prince .
r George' Co.. VR, write. i "I totnmenc.l" to take the Celebrated Seven-Tear-Old
The friends of Mr. Lamar will not say camps of Canada Dr. 1.'r'.OoM''n Medical -1(orient. man or woman to travel .
Discovery June, WANTED
,I aught against the candld.icy of anyone, 1897 ntw jtla 'Favorite prencription,1 and t cnn- house; salary pin monthly and.
increase
---- -- with : pOKltlOIl1erm.
not the benefit I have received from expenaes
t but they will propose his candidacy for time expreMi medicine. I was luffcrinif with what the nent)t enclose fielf-Addrefmed< stAinpeil encelope. Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey !
MA NAUblt.ale CI1'ton building, Cblcago
The doctor chronic
f renomlimtlon upon the ground of his fitness Eminent Kidney and verUfTh"calked! \ doctor indiirrotlon did not do torpid me liver any

I his past success In office, and considering and Bladder Specialist. good."aln.ln My cheat nymptom and were frtddineu! In head Ishin WANTED SEVERAL PERSONS'FOR r>IS- We ship in PLAIN: PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate contents (which will avoid nil comment
an all 1
I the Important public litigationnow miflered with female uneasy weakneiM.feeling I over.was all! Munager in this state to represent .) When you Ret: It and tent It If it In not satisfactory, return It at OUR EXPENSE and t
me In their own and utirroiinillngcountlet. ,(
I run-dowu and could not do work at all with' your tJ: .20 will be cheerfully relun e.l. Thin Whiskey III RM fool: a*any tft 00(roods' In tbe market.
pending, will! urge his renovnl nation out uflfcrlun from nerve attack any no I wrote to Willing to pay yearly SIKH I. payable We are clone at hand and ran give: yon QUICKER DELIVERY than distant house We have I
weekly TteBirahle employment with unusual been dnlnu{ bualne In this city anti at the name stand for over IS/ 'It and to our R1.B-
YEARS
that should for advice. as
1 as ono be made In the public you Von advised me to ue Dr. opportunities. References exchanged. Enclose:
I'ONt-lHlLITY AND REPUTATION: for honest dealing we refer here, or to
I Pierce C.oUlcit Medical Dincovery{ and Favorite you to any merchant
pelf-addreaaed "taml,1 envelope 8. A. Pork,
Interest.Monlioello Constitution n the editor of this paper.
Pwncripiion When I commenced to u e the 820 Cuxton Building Chicago.
meiliuinea I weighed. onlv in pound now I SOLOMON: & LEVI,
weigh 140 pound. I thank Go I I want t" let th. people who suffer fierce for! my: recovery." -Do you filter your drinking water? 1023{) & 1030! First Avenue,

from rheumatism and sciatica know that P. O. Box :No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
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I Chamberllu'8 Pain: lln'm relieves me after --- .
number of other muit.cluos!,. audadoctor NOTICE:-We pay"Express: Chftrr**to all point reached by "SOUTTTEnV EXPRESS COMPANY .
," but to points on lines\ of other Express Companies, we only to where
prepay points
had failed It Is
the beRt II DIluent I have E. H. ARMSTRONG Southern E pre.. Company transfers to said other Express Company

ever known of-J. A. Doonicx, Al ll11r- .
etta Go. Thousands have been cured\

of rheumatism by tint' remedy. One
I Eye o Specialist H. A. HODGES.
I application relieve the pain. For sale ...
by all Druggist and Medicine I
deuleis.
11WATCn JOBBER to the public. Manufacturer of ,
R
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,J It Is ""' ''''''1iii. a., I will sell the high grade Elgin and Waltham ...Cypress and Yellow Tine Lumber...
an unexplained: fact that the The Discoverer of
'! Swamp-Root at Work la Watches. In the Best Made SO-vear Gold Filled
f glow-worms are much more brilliant just Eli laboratory. (t (, Cases $8.8>i to $12.4.1.; Solid Gold High: Grade ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

I' before an approaching storm the' at There Is a disease prevailing In this k F Fountain Pens, U8o each. Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building In

.. any other time country most dangerous because so deceptive An illustrated catalogue mailed free. Special any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. ,The saw mills are locatedat

: Many sudden deaths are caused by Inducements and discounts to agents. Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lnmber delivered to any

: It-heart disease pneumonia, heart failureor Office 03 W Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. part of the East Coast Address: II, A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff, Fla. :

It has Loan demonstrated repeatedly in apoplexy are often the result of kidney e
every state In the Union and In disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to .d- ---- .

foreign countries that ChamberIn's many! vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack ESTABLISHED 1880.
the vital organs or the kidney themselves i
Cough Remedy Is a canto preventative Photo Co. -
and cure for oroup. It has become tbe break'dawn and waste away cell by cell. Supply

t' universal remedy for that disease. M. Then the richness of the blood-tha albumen .. Bond Lumber Co. J

t V. Fisher of. Liberty, W. Vs., only I'et -leaks out and the sufferer:has .Bright'
t Disease the worst form of kidney trouble. ,
/ peat what haat been said around the
E globe where he writes: "I have used Dr. Kilmer's Swamp.Root the new discovery ..\.gcuts; lEn-Mtinnn.;: UxxliLlc: Co. 'Manufacturers of and Dealers In *
U the
Charaberjln's Cough .Remedy true specific for kidney bladder

r. family for several years and always In.with ray and urinary trouble 11 has cured thousands The only house In Florida devoting Its time to the "

j t t I.' IaOt perfect only success.,'tbe beat,We cough:believe remedy that It'but Is of elfoiuhave apparently failed.hopeless. At oases drvrcM after*UtY"COftI all, other! KODAKS. AMATEUR. LUMBER._:LATHJ :SHINGLES, FLOORING, SIDING] VEILING s

that It I* assure. euro for croup. .It' hasa.ved by and mall.dollar ales.Iz.... A.sample bottle cent.he CIADe..eoplng and ,Printing.. Mouldings, 'Turning' ; and Scroll] Sawing Also Veneered Sawed
the lives'of cMldreq a boot 'telling about,Swamp. _OUR ; ; ; and Orange
our a number
.
l Root Vegetable Cntes. We solicit
.f 11m..." This remedy Is for sale ,. andiUywonderful, i Address Give us a trial. :No trouble to ., correspondence..
by answer questions. '
, I all Druggist's! and Medicine dealers. Dr.mention Kilmer & Co.. Binfhamton. N. Y. and S.w. P1 iD"dr SWngle'Mllls at Bonds MT1U, on j"t'; ;' 4 Jci' ivj;'n'y. Yards .i

thU paper. 51 King Street ST. AXIOUSTINZ FLA. DeLand and Tltu vlllg.'t" .

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JAN. 5, 1000. 3 I

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Professional Oards: FIGURING ON FENCING. : Tun Much For Ilia ('.....nlltJt. I

, FILTER YOUR WATERAND "I have just l wen reading the honorable We Carry on Hand

GBOKOB M. ROBBIHS. WAITBB GIUBXM. Cracks Coal Lees Than Lumber-The works of one of your fniuouit female

li ROBBINS & GUAnAMATTORNEYSATLAW, AVOID DANGER. Blare Crack the Le a L......... English poets." said the educated Japanese

I was once figuring on buUdlng a "and I cannot understand her no .d the finest stock to be obtained and are prepared to

corn crib. says an Iowa Homestead exceeding! popularity 1 refer to the 4 execute all orders promptly. We only solicit the

Orrica HOUBS No Store Hotel Boarding House or Residence writer. In figuring the lumber It oc Mother Uoone. There la one of her .
:-From 10 to 12 a, m., -', ___ business of dealers.
and 2 to 4 p. m. curred to me that cracks In a crib were poems of celebrity In which she acquaint Waoc O

TmrsvTLLH:, Brevard Co., FLORIDA.. should be without the AntlGermWatir'Filter. essential' and that they did nut cost as us of blackbirds that sang/ 00 111 Let us have your orders for pure Maine Grown ;

P.O.Box, 108. much as lumber. The more cracks I after they bad been' beforehand bakedInto R Seed Potatoes.

Will. practice In all tbe court*-atata and fed bad the less lumber It required to..In- a pie The Motjer: loose" 1 regard a 11Ai ? oWe
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era sail consider .s OUQ of, the greatest
Special aatutlea lor examining: and perfectIng lose the crib. I built It oat of S Inch 1 -' purchase our seed In car loads direct from the
land title.. Uare of the English speaking' : antiqui R lQ Seed Farms
Celebrated Maine
fencing which was obtained by takingthe t7.-'hlcago Tribune
O
6 Inch'stuff: to the planing mill and
TTI.. OA.ULDKN (off
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i having It rIpped. From a 0 Inch board 11........... 'r Quotations.mailed on application. Stencils turn'

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, And. finally," be urged proudly, "1 t9 IAct I am a self made man,"
Will practice in all the Courts of the State LI We are In the best possible position to handle your
ot Florida, and the United State. Court The beautiful girl whose hand be I consignments and solicit themguaranteeing

I.O Box,235. TITUSVUXJB, FLA. ought In marriage regarded him with for the same our prompt personal attention.

... scorn
Honey to Loan. 18.M. .0.t. ----
: -- '- "You cannot deceive me" she ex WHITE & WALTON.

GOLDSMITH, t. \\.i : claimed. "You were made by a trust! _________..__m____.__ __ .._.___ ._. __.._.____ _.__ _
: What would you .be. I ask you In all
1.1 CORRESPONDENCE INVITRD. STENCILS FCRNISIIKD.
candor, but for consolidated! pigs'teetr
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW <<
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1 Water being r fend sparkling U'no TWO WATS or rsecllte.I ; He quailed under her accusing

TITUSVILLE, FLO BID..... proof It Is pure. Well .or cistern water i got two 2 Inch cracks where there glance, and after a few commonplace McCOMB & CO.
l that Is full of typhoid fever and malarial : fences remarks left her forever.-Detroit Jour- ,
but before In
was one making
*
J. WEBB germs may be perfectly clear. naL
,F. I.. your 'drinking or cooking water I and gates I bar also found that 4 .

muddy or cloudy ? Readily cleanse it I Inch lumber 'will do as well for most An Odd Warn. Bermuda Cuban and SouthernGrowers'
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, from all earth, sand, Insects or slime.Is purpose If It U of the right quality. A. pretty, odd photograph frame has ,

Will practice. in the Courts of the 7th the water you use bad smelling or as the 6 Inch fencing. Your lumber been given to the Professional l Wom-
Clroult. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand tasting\ ? Is It too much trouble to clean dealer will not like to sell It to :you for an's league. It la cardboard folded,

rents and accounts"collected out the cistern or well as olten as should obvious reasons, but give him to understand and contains the pictures of three

TITUSVILLE, i'FKOKIDA.. be? Is the drainage from house, stableor that :you know what :you want well khown lending men. The entire and
privy dangerously near water Shippers' Agents
supply, so as to make you your anxious 1 and will have no other and :you will surface of the frame Is covered with
g!t It.l14fre. coupons of theater tickets. On each
Have had malaria In
D. PENNEY you typhoid or your
A, family lately and realized that the water are two panels of fence. One Is In very tiny letters Is written the date
used may be responsible for It f Then made of 4 Inch lumber with two wires name of the escort and color of the

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, get a LITTLE BROWN JUG FILTERat and the other of 0 Inch fencing. There gown worn. The coupons are put on 000 "VV'as.h1.n.g1on.: ; : St.KKFBIIKNCKH ;. NowYorh .

TttU8VILtE, FLORIDA.. its low popular price, and you are are four Inches at the bottom for another In artistic disorder and It Is the workof
safe. It will remove Impurities. wire If needed In each fen('e. It a very patient and ardent matinee
Will and will will be found that there Is In : -Commercial Agencies or any reliable house In New York.,
practice In all the courts of the 7th They are very cheap, a saving girl
Judicial Circuit. last; a life-time. When writing for In lumber In the 4 Inch fencing and It la -.------ .. .------...

formation please inclose stamp. All or- about the same! height and of the same QUESTIONS ANSWKIIKI ESTAHLISIIKD 1870.
ders must be accompanied by cash. utility. Figure this out and see the

T JAMES ANDREWS, For full particulars, apply to the agent, saving.! Ten, August Flower still has the largest -

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. CLAUDE WALTON, Tltusvllle, Fla. sale of any medicine in the civilize:
Main office and P. O., TIBBALS, FLA. 'TTi. Soy Df'.n. world. Your mothers and grandmothersnever M. Lane & Son
The bean Is one of the staple I
Office open at Ft. Pierce on end aud 4th soy thought of lining anything else for ,
Fridays of each month. The Largest and Most Com- crops of Japan which attracted little Indigestion or JJI 111011 snesil. Doctors I

Will practice In all the courts of the plete Establishment South. attention in this country until about were scarce and they seldom! heard of;
7th Judicial Circuit. ten years ago but Is now becoming Appendicitis, Nervous Prostration or S.VJ: : WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK

GEO S HACKER & SON quite common. The crop Is cultivatedlike \Heart failure, etc. They used Angus ,
corn the seed being planted In Flower to clean out the system and stop

STEPHEN E. FOSTER, drills at the rate of half a bushel per fermentation undigested food,regulate' Southern Fruit and
the action of the liver stimulate the ProduceI
acre. The stems alone am too coarseto
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, nervous and organic notion of the sy*.
make but are covered with
good hay I
tern, and that Is all they took when feelIng -
Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, such! a dense growth of leaves and are dull and bad with headaches and

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. 110 prolific In fruit that the bay Is prized other aches You only need a few doses Commiasiora: Grchan.ts: :

highly especially for milk cows and of Green's August Flower, In liquid formto

: ..MIC ELSON, for fattening animals. The yield of make you satisfied there is nothing PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY. Stencil, Cards, and our quotations furnished oq
A.II. serious the matter with you. Sample
TN
bottles at J. P. Cooper's drug store at Application.

r ATTORNEY and Cocoa and F. S. ChaftWa drug store at ---- ----- ---- ,.. .- .-- -- -.- . .. .-..---
COUNSELI.OR-.AT.LAW. Tituivllle. Fla.$10O. .

t Criminal Law a Specialty. lv orI5.rcl.ro..Orl.S:: : : : : : & rt: to1:1..7JACISONVILLE :; ::

i Reward $100.
JACKSONVILLE. : FLORIDA. .. FLA.
I The readers of this paper will\ be

t3AMDSLT.SItYLO6. GORDOK B.DBOOMK.CHAYLOR MANUFACTURERS OF pleased to learn that there U at least ono Grocers and Commission Merchants
dreaded disease that science lies been ,
& BROOME, Doors Sash Blinds able to cure In all Its stages; and that is DBAS. Pint-W* ln to quote you our i>rlo Catarrh. Uall's Catarrh Cure Is the ty guaranteed and would b. pluamil to receive your order lit any quantity

Bfl.l B. llaooni .. .......... .
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. only positive cure known to the medical DRAIN HAY AND KKJCO per Ih.\ ? 10 to .11OS

will In all Moulding Building Material fraternity. Catarrh being a constitu- Corn 1011< lb..,Jer llaok .. .......,.... '. '1.00 "? Ltrdls..tt0untper.\.b................................. ...OTto
tbe
practice Courts of the ... ..... .
Onrn, liolb* AAO Ie' I fill
per .o.
.
tional disease, requires a constitutional sack.u... ..... 1.1111 nine .Ib. ,.... ..,.,......., .IH" .r K
Oal8.whlte. per O,1Re.greenjsrtb, ;
>
State. Office In Law Excban e. Office &; Wareroom King, opposite treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Hran.per 100 Ib*11,5 ... .. ....... ..;.,..,., lain nuutdArias..perpound" ; .,, ':::::.::=:.OBto.il. .1114<
JACKSONVILLE, FL....'. Cannon Street.Charleston Internally, acting directly the J'e.'II"III..I..I.- 1,00 :
upon Tesgrennnrblankprrlb..r.! ... ..... .iI6
u. t
Wheatg.Ykl: quality.. .... ,.. ..1.40tolawl>
blood
and ..
mucous surfaces of the system, C.8. Meal, bright: per1)8)lbs) .. ., .. .. 1.1" Uranulatdail..r l : : .::::::.::.: .::::.. Ael4
S. C. thereby destroying the foundation of ... ... .. ............. J.IJ)
, ALLEN, Hay,per 100 Iba ". .w < > .......... ,....... .......... :TtoCrackst
GEORGE the disease and giving the patient "'LOUIt.GR1T8AND MEAL, Nuich.Wrboz. .. .. J.MI
1 strength by building up the constitution Heat Patent riour, ,per barrel. ....,. .. .. 4.in Hmla ,perlb.... uel4
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Sash Weights Cord and and assisting nature In doing Its work Hem I'aUnil Flour, tier J4 barrel, .. .. ...... SMIOrlt Ixtinon (','ranker.par .......
SOT BSAH: -LKA7V8, FLOWER AND POD. *, 'per barrel... ... ............... ..... SI.4O.' Table t'eaohmi IJ"j'do.. ... ... l.HO/
, Kicr WEST, FLORIDA. The proprietors have so much faith In Meal, |ierbarrel. ...... .... ...... J8IJ O. K.Halt, ''lb' is ......,............ joooa
dnx.
, Hardware. green forage Is heavy when grown on I Its curative powers that they offer One Toinntneft' ., ........ ... ... .. "
Will 1IIIQ.\T8A"'OrnOVII\ION8.! !i.Ib pereos..........,.... ,.11
practice in the Unite States good ground and the yield of beans Is IIUmiud! Dollars for any case that It falls Delltl'l'llllre.lIacon' lelb ........... ... .(1(1)( f Matches, perirrcm.. ........ ,, ..,..?...?. 4A
and State Courts. OjunOST e usually from 20 to 30.< bushels per acre. to cure. Send for list cI testimonials BKonldera, perlb. tit; .a,,S l.ntatotllo.I'e."k......... ........ ... ...:' 11:00:
,Window and Fancy Class Those who have had most .experience Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., lI..m.,per lb................ .........I:.to.13 Onlon.perbsrrel.n............ :a.'JflWe \ ,
Toledo O. aluo handle Vegetablo a lll'roduoe for oiirountoinera, sod thena gnodi are bringing hereto
,
with' this find that the best
O. PRIES
C. E. A SPECIALTY. crop way J day. a. follow t
to handle It Is to cut or pull the plants SP"Sold by druggists, 70 cents.Hall's Tomato, |1'wr orate...... .,.......I.BO to '30O We are paylnv today for
COUNTY ] Family Pill are the best.WANTKn ".1,7.1 to V.20:!/ nintHlrle'iNir 'Ib ... ....... ..... ..14 to .10Plnn.pples (
SURVEYOR.Land s. CURED wits T"g....bl 1. when the first pods begin to open and --- <>. .. .,......II.INlt08.1IO, U""nntlnlt" lllil" |..' .......;!;...;'., M to ,o
legally and I A. '" H mwll.a Have earetSV thrash as soon as dry enough. In this Oraugn. i lirlorht... ....'I15Gr80' nwa.I'nlb..... ... .... ... ,.... ... .'Hlo.m
surveyed sub-divided. L/ many thousand. the coarse stalks broken In BKVKRAL! I'ffRSONB poll DI9 rll..t. ... .... ........,2.0olo8.lle Tullow |.rll>"" .... ...., .... ... ....OilM' to ,118AIIIt (
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for rolled bOptI...... la tea way are so Managers li. this itate to reprecant :Turkey, alive, per Ib.............. ...Uto.ll: torBkln. ..T fiwtandnp,........... '.00
lay atlea.ttwo-thirds l of all Hymptom*remov.H pieces and mixed with the leaves and me in their own and eurroumllnjteonntlBi. Egg: *, p.r<1011...r........Into..IKIl4iimmuib .. /a f.a tent and up .. .. ...III to ,110
all: kinds of engineering works. Disputed Willing to par nearly S< | T athnnm.I..ndTENDAYS tnmtmratfree.UK. Immature fruit that nearly all will be .an tu 411 CiMinSklna, ""Ii. .... ...... ....:2oto .4)1
lines specialty. B. H. ti8rl:' ft '0"'. fin, K, Atlanta' '<1. weekly. IVwIralile. Keferenoe employment' with iiniimialopportiinltlM. 8prlnKeraeach...., .. .... .. .. ... ...28toJO; Ott.r" ..... ..,. .,.. ........8.00toT.OO
eaten. It Is doubtless one of the best *exchanged. JCn..I.
Mlf-aililremeil ttampeit envelope. tl. A Park, We would be plnanod to Mil you your groceries and.grain, buy your hldve, and handle your
*
;,. TITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA.UOUGUTON'S Il Choice of the legumes for the silo; as it can 8'.IOC..xton Jlull"lng, OhI0.,10., .cet&blu.aud prodnoe'M Ymir* truly,
be more easily handled for the cutter S &I FITCH
Wines Llquoro IS, IT, 10 and 2a South' Oman street' JA KWOiS VIIXK ft.a.I. .
ors vo than plants like clover or cowpeas. GOLD I Isjof; no value! when health I Is

DR. and Cigars. There are a number of varieties differing In danger.( What's of more value ?
mainly In the time of ripeningand Pratt's up-to-date tablets will break up
Guaranteed Pure.
> FLOATING DEN APARTMENTSon : the coloring of the seeds.Baryta cold) In one day, and for constipation
t Sold at reduced and biliousness and all malarial troubles,
the (Dentos) L prloee It has no equal. Uy mall prepaid for 23o.
T Roote. Pratt ]Medicine Co., Station U, Chicago,
,if Now AT. PALM. BEACH. r Imported But few farmers have storage room 111. Send fur sample.
Wine.Ifrom .
Tokay
j. for keeping their roots and vegetables ;

R. c. H. PEETE, ( Italy. beyond the reach' of frost Frostproof

D John B. Togni basements and caves are beyond the FERRYS:
,
EYE, EAIt NOSE and THROAT. reach of'many. To those It Is necessary ,
Metropolitan( Saloon, 123: East Bay Stn" to bury or pit everything they S
608 Cherry Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. wish to keep. Where there ,1s any EDS I

MACOK, GA.Wu' quantity to bury wo have used the
Wholesale and Retail..... ..
trench and found It the easiest to buryIn

]JIcL. DANOr, D. D. L. and to get at when any quantity of ant Thour.ada.l tM"".nA or JPerq'e......._.. I. 4

o the roots are wanted writes a Kansas awry ,oar atM nrrrr ..udhrrdWPIdote t
Graduate of Homes correspondent to the Ohio Farmer. We .nt. Cbsap seMtFW"ti I
Philadelphia College of Virginia
I..ns Lr..ItM I'I.ylnor. ..rope.
first plowed four deep furrow. In A
Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect h pas M px, 11111. eon for .... .
operations
handy and well uralned place and r 'rsasrwha.l.e. PlwrroY ph. : .::':!i...... ;
parr -
It promised. IlazeUIoe Block, corner Bay threw out tbe loosened -dirt; leaving a .rewash.r.'.. and always NOftllt >> :'I"-o""

land h Laura St., ''. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.] You learn all about Virginia Land, trench about five feet wide and from UW.yaik.Ikat.larw.dAnnIr.D. M. fUll' a CO.', 'URalT, Mlell. ..' --

eight Inches to a foot In depth. Then "
-- its resources, products mode of cultivation u.-...... ,
them
the roots were put In. bringing
prices, eta;, by reading the op to a well roubded top. .Over these The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate

[,FREE Virginia Farmer. Send lOcti. we put a covering of clean straw or seventy years of age, who has been In the infirmary for three years,
Marriage Paper. :: .
for 3 months subscription to the and this thin of 'u ..
hay over a covering .
ONSULTATION Thowuuul of a4T.nl 1_. to Himrfruiu. ) a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tabules -
Farmer Co., Emporla, Va.DPIUN soil enough to keep the early frosts Wealth patron lotroduettnn
from Injuring the roots and to'turn the \< ,'i ttnn formal and> ".....n.'. 1U wore about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he i.i
with our home treatment. We are pfd free to lrke. sample eopr :2o
endWkiaaajr' atiu' rain. It Is not best to cover too muchin 'u. eoc1ALAMERICAS.T.ledoChls.GreatBigM1 never without them. He is willing that his name should be used la
and the benefitof wand at home' with.
physicians, you get
e444 out I pain Book of par the fore part of the season as the *' SAMPLE copies or tor a testimonial as it might be of use In persuading some other personto
oar experience. No matter what 5t tlcuUr I hint ffttf.SO roots are liable to heat. Some sort of ndurarentNewinmpenim1 ,

your trouble is, bow simple or bow .,,, .*.. B.let M NnrtX WOOLLE*>Tnr CO.ir Rt. ventilation Is necessary. Twisted 'vtrjr W.irn Adv*nw. ems..upon, A rrelrrt At.Clnir tif M.i In.,!Tn= ;: try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution,

hopeless, we can do you good, and --.. wisps of hay, reaching from the roots eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and I
If we can't we will honestly tell through the loll covering at Intervalsof YEARS'
you BO
much. also have
80m..tltl. 1'ot.ort1tr. finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him They two
very
Thousands of tired sick a few feet along the crest will prove ,,.c, EXPERIENCE
so. weary, "What has he done to make the
ever
sufficient As the colder weather there of the other forty-two both suffer
and nurses ,one thirty years age, ;
hopeless people have been en- world remember him? Nothing-abBolutely -
tirely and permanently cured by nothing./ lie has never" comes thrown on on.more protecting soil can be from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and new/

"Hold on, now. You're getting aheadof It is well where possible to make ousness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they

OMPOUND the abject. He's mane enough the trenches running north and south. w. always have a package In their pockets. The matron also states i
money to. keep his heirs fighting and end when
the south
at
beginning
>XYGENWhy his name In the newspapers for years opening By there will be little danger TRADe MARKS that she is forty-five years of age and at ,times suffers with indigestion -

after he Is gone."-Chicago Times-Her from freezing. OrelorseCeevalouTe causing pain aad paroxysms of belching and finds that thai
AC.A .
not take heart again and Investigate ald.TITANTED.
nvofl ruling .h.rtrh end <1Mrtrtton mf Tabules are good indeed and Is perfectly willing to have her
this great principle. We have -Honest man or woman to travel reran Tvece Mad Provable.' 4eit 7Mlr naWwrniCii our opinion fr. . thousands of testimonials. Send for .yV for large bonne; aalary(W monthly and Mr. Kirkpatrick recommends top I* .prnhehIp.t.nt.hI."" ,..'writ *.* IIAndbnnll* eonmtnnt.e.unn..tfetlr Patent name used In a t t1monb1.
., with Increase position ,.... f Jt. 1 for_ .
permanent Hint < Mi flirvntrr rln.pt t*iii>*
book on home treatment, wonderful ....pe..1 t4 dilree. .eil, nfMiipeil cnrelobe.MANAGER grafting of pecan trees growing In pas P.tnu tuJtan through Munii A Co* rMtnlvcipwTwj. can':J.1-:lam be : --4 c.itbe: ,=-Mee r.ar ::-..::
b. c4 .r
,
and the creek bottoms uAtee without eharee. |a U '
,330 Caxton building.Chicago. ture lands along .
cures to the sick, etc., free. with the large paper shell varie c--=.:.-:.=\::stFt.; ZS5 ==:.........\L1;; : :--

[DRS. STARKEY & PALEN Remember that the INDIAN RInD ties. There are hundred of young trees ASJnillfJ! "t fl5tn5i! ?.nit.

ADVOCATB does all kind of job printingat 6 to 10 years old that by top grafting milMtlml ----- --- -- -- ----- ---- ----- --- ---- --
Send them fnnr nuintba,It. SoM k7.115.' short notice. an order converted Into valuable nut tr'
1112 Glrard'St., Pl.Ua.. Pa. and be convinced that it I is the place to might bearing be freer says Farm and Ranch. ZUNI & CO CtSBffift: .ik The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.
Ot 17 feb too bare job printing don. L-noe. file r ,



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.' INDIAN ttlVEIfr ADVOCATE. JANUARY 5. 1900. -_ -

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-+ INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- WORLD'S TRANSFORMATION. Indian River Real Estate Agency

I The rate of the world'a transfor.
DCVOTBD TO TB. DBTBbOrMBNT 641\11\16
WILT JOURNAL II
.... mation by science is not easily ap.
( Or :file INDIAN K1VBR lAWOBT1I
AND BIHOAYNB] BArHBOTIOHB: predated by us ; but an English O, TITTJSVILLE, FLA.
author finds that, If a man were lIJ 'J\rIAd POWDER:4BSOWI'EI.Y

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.OBARLKI now to awaken from.a trance that .
the close of the. Paris PVRE YOU would do well If you have property to Bell and want it advertised In this
H. WALTON, Editor &: rr"prl..tor. began at paper, free of c&st to you and put In the hands of live men, to write at once to
Exposition' of 1889, It' would be Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.

Discontinuance of advts. must be made peronally necessary to explain to him these K0- Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why not
r. ..._ ...... .
VAt ro..ra NVW VOttN."WiTir
in mechanicsand
at thin coke, or by writing. sensational advances yours.PINEAPPLE ._ __ .
physics alone : The bicycle, LANDS near railway ana river, per acre vz.uuto 110.00.
---- --- -
Check,etc.,may be made payable to CIIALxa 'which ia revolutionizing our habits, -- --- --------;- ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to 20.CO per acre.

B. WALtON,publisher and proprietor existed about ten on. hope millions stand on trees that bear well. Mr.\ Bensey was Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Enu
yet years ago the GalHe first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price $1,000.
only one here when Mr. Stypnmn ;
As all communication to in and crude the closing day of the year with '
ly rare specimens ; came 10 years ago. Mr. Shroeder and ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres CO miles south of Tltusville. .Will pay $1,000 this
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. VLOUIDA.U. the horseless carriage driven by petroleum faces toward the future, writes Henry Stypman-two of bis nephewsare year and S&O'K; ) next. Price, $7,000.HAMMOCK .
TITW VtLL[
__ or electricity, with perhaps Mrs. Hamilton! Mott in the January coveting their pineapple plantations LANDS near Tltusville from $5 to $25 per acre.
t. h future than the bicycle Ladies' Hume Journal. ''What adjoining their ul1cl,,'. place-one ou -One hundred and sixty acres, lake front 2| miles west of Tltusville, good for
S. Department of Agriculture an even greater either side. pineapples vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00.
I will the ? each
new bring me I
; the electric railway, whichin year i
A mile below the
clan McPherson
Weather Iturcau-Jupiter, l Jn. comes -
ask himself. No knows.
the next will modify the one one : I
century consisting of father two sons and a
The following; comparative Mlate- working of the great trunk lines; And how'well it is that we do not. daulthter.wlf"( of Homer William), who !

ment of temperature ami rainfall for the Polyphase currents, enabling us to It requires sober thought to realize have In all, twelve acres In pineapples, Jas. B. :Sours
week ending: Tnen ..1800.. -1808- wish more whole families like these
PATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIX. motor forces at greater distances; are along the lines of a wise crew would leave Nebraska for a home here. ::: : Grain: ZF-c3. :Ei"Lc: >
tlon. It Is often for 11a37- "U..r
I 27 72 03( li U I 49 the Laval steam turbine a practical very easy us Gordon Park Is managing the fine ,

y t! 28 77 03 ot: 41 means af using steam at high to feel that we might change things pineapple plantation of .Cap roD & Co., GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON' SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
20 00 60 74 49 the interiorcombustionmotor for the better if the power and the of Philadelphia, consisting of ten acres
J 80 M 40 77 01 pressure ; opdortunity were but our But covered, and five still uncovered.. SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE 'TIME.
:( 31 07 43 78 70 of M. Diesel, the most eco Mr. Parks' father has three acres In
-1809-!! nomlcal means known of converting the most astute cleverness of mania pines adjoining the foregoing,: place and
;
J i -1000- Agent for Gray Mlneral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man or
; 1 OH fit 77 03 heat into work ; calcium car. a poor affair when compared his brother Noah two and a-hulf acres;
2 61 33 71 (00 bide, giving acetylene, one of the with th'e simplest wisdom of God; both are covering with palmettoes.Mr. beast. Agent:( t'for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. .Write for quotations.
Total rainfall for the week: 0.04( Kruger has two of his ten acres
and and one thing that can make Lowest cash
illuminants of the prices.
.next century;
Departuro from normal rainfall for the covered, and expects to continue tho
t 'I week: minus .CO Inchon. Departure the cinematograph, with whose this new year before us hafpier( 1s shedding. Office: 124 \V. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '
from normal rainfall lace January. 1, wonders we have been recently sat to have that one feeling that 'one Next_comes Mr. liars, who- has twelve I t

1800) plus 3.05: InclioH. Departure from' urated ; the Roentgen rays which thought, that one faith always with acres five being coveieu. He expects to ,
'f normal rainfall since Jan. 1, 1000!! minus, cover as many more. Mr. liars has a '
I 'That whatever is is
:
.18 are revolutionizing the healing art : us rlghL'alt tine grove of lime trees.John CHAS. N. WELSHANS.
HAL. P. IlAnDiN Observer. liquid air for industrial use ; color for the best. Frequently we T"\1"1'111 managing a plantationfor

photography ; cold light, obtained I cannot comprehend at the time II J. Mcdlnuls of Brunswick, (}a.; I '
by luminescence. of rarefied why this should be so, why that and J.V.. Eaton!: of Phuuburgh. N. Y.
ATTORNEY GENERAL LAMAR is not gases Tliexo two plantations comprise thirty
under! electrification wireless telegraphy should happen, and why some particular CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
; acre, one-half of which is covuied.
going to be left in the race for the ,
Florida. ; high frequency currents trial should( come to us A mile below lies the tine pineapple

attorney-generalship; lined In marvelous experiments by< while some great joy comes at the plantation of (hiity acres belonging to Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.
By referring to our second page, Tesla and D'Arsonval. same time to another ; why we <>. K. Wond, eight of them being now / I
our readers will be able to peruse cov ..ed. In 'addition to thin he has
should have so little and others
something in favor of this popular en placed! fifty cords (if wood along: the JUT" Write for Samples and Prices. I tOld
official.I FRUIT PROTECTION. much. Hut nothing ever comes north and "west" fides, which he can burn
1 Into our lives except:: what Is for w lum an exceptionally cold wave stilkes 'Phone 8. I iv) 13 llogan Street,

I WE In The United States Department our good, and some day we shall u...
of of
are receipt
a copy Duck of him me two plantations owned -
of JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
Agriculture at Washington D. understand all.
the initial number Sunny Lands, ; clearly JJanu-Spl\rvlu.t.h and Olson. !
published by Editor F. A. Mann, C., hue had prepared a Farmers We believe thin list Includes nil the -.- -- .. -
Bulletin entitled "Notes on Frost." south Hide, and the north Hide. tmmt-walr
of St. Augustine.; It is a neiitly- THE PINEAPPLE GROWERS.OF
It has been prepared by Prof. E. for n future .letter In "the East Coast
gotten-up little monthly magazine; 1). Gurrlot.of the Weather Bureau STUARTAnd pink paper." MeBf &. Baker
and Is urray
profusely illustrated. We vrho plantation mentioned In thin article
wish this Service, and defines frost and the include seventy-five acres covered, ,
Florida .
new publicationevery Other IMiives on !St.! Ladle lllver.CorrcBpondenca .
conditions which favor its formation end many mire that will be partly protected
success. and states the methods of for the ADVOOATB under by grass and palmetto loaves. 410,412, 414, 416, 418 MuliiSt Jacksonville, Fin.Headquarters .
the above bending< Includes all the Our people are hopeful I and happy as
ARE: the Phllllplnes worth what protection which have been found St. LucIe River which l 114 really Hound! we well may be with such fair prospects. for-
practical by actual experimentsand extending Inland about five miles, when .
they are costing us? This question
) observation' seem to establishthe It divides into north and south foikn.
Is forced upon ua by the redaction Improvements are buinff made on broth A Curd.. Wagon Materiali Vehicles Harness Bicycles
upon the long list of heroes killedin following facts : these branches, and, several of our finest ,

subduing the natives during the The danger of damage from plantation! are on Little Fork, near Having disposed of the good will nnd and Sundries."KELLY" \
past eighteen months: 'Who will frost can be materially l lessened by Stuart. The farthest. Is the Taylor plantation stock of Qodllin; my drug store to Dr.
placing; early and tender plantson of ten acres; then comes the It. H.. Wilson. I take this method, upon
say that the possession of those' high grounds and crests and Shromler homestead. retiring to thank the many friends and SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheelsat
faraway islands will ever recompense Across from these! Is Camp Danfoith patrons who favored me with their custom -
us for the rich blood we are hardier plants In low grounds and In every way an ideal' camp for hunters in, the past; and I bespeak! for my : .short notice.
pouring out Jpon their soil? hollows. When ground can be selected and fishermen and one of the moot successor, who needs no Introduction to
in the lee or to the south home-like places in which to rest and the people of Tltuavllle and vicinity a

and east of considerable bodies of; spend 1\ winter. Mr. Dunforth raises continuance of the same generous pat. HAMMOND CO.
PACKING
1 IT is not a long while since the the good: vegetables and has a fine pineapple ronage.
; ; farmer considered the value of his : water, danger will be further field of three acres, partly covered. FRED S. CHAFFEE.Titusville (Formally The G. II. Hammond. Co.)
lee seneI, Adjoining Mr. nnfort.ll'l place is that Flo., Jan. 2, lOX( ) OUR SPECIALTIES .
corn crop to be practically terminated I.I' I. In the of Mr Simmons who Is s
dry climate of the citrus attending; to the - -- -- - -
with the husking of the corn.I fruit region of California and in cultivation: of strawberries and blveiog "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
What left of bees for If BREVARD SCHOOL BOARD.
was was worth a a living- not a fortune.
I' small sum an acre us fodder. Many very the promising fruit districts of I Next comes Mr. Mulllhim'd homes tend, "Coin Special" canned meats.
I Arizona small and numcroqs Urea where are several hundred citrus tiees. "Calumet" hams and
expenditures however, working) and preferably of coal burned In Crossing:( the river again we come to The usual monthly meeting; of the breakfast bacon.
along different! lines have estab. the ot Board of Public Instruction held "Calumet" leaf lard.
r. !iron basket shave been found to be plantation Dyer & Guller-one of was on
i llshed the value/ of the by-products the used'for our bent-with eight acres under cover, Monday and Tuesday, at their rooms in Homemade lard."Peerless"
most
.. \ of the corn and there Is now effective device and the work still /going: on. the Cuurt-house, Tltusvlllo. Among pure .
a home market crop protection against frost! ; second In Adjoining the above place Is that br other business attended to by the Board compound lard sausagesand
-' where'u farmer can point of utility may be placed irrigation Harry Dyer who will cover his thine! was/ the following;: all House
get from $3 to $5 a ton for cornstalks and the practical acres of flue pines with palmettoes till Several bills were audited and ordered Packing Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

,1 so that their value Is now, which affords the least process winter. 1111\1d.( report of which will be found in '--, .
according to the Scientific Amerl- protectionIn The BeBaey Bros were the first settlers I the monthly etntomentl, printed in this .r
that respect appears to be smudgefires. here, and have A fine'homestead on IIIIMIO of the ADVOCATE.
can, from !off?< to $12 per acre. ( the., point. They have eight acres)J)1'. It was ordered that a stove-pipe' be WIJ.CLARKE. SANITARY PLUMBER.Fine .
---- -- In the orange growing districts pines un ier cover, ana nave many ono i 1 furnished to Bovine school; that the -
t THERR is lots of "ftke" news of the South tl'eeR. including several large mangoett.i :While City school be suspended during -
affords the
irrigation Mr. Corbett has live acres that lie ox-: the harvest or until April 15th; and Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas
being sent out from Fitter Sheet
Pretoria II Roofing
.' / In most effective protection against pests to protect In the same manner. "warrant No. 2,605 bo cancelled, and a ,
connection with the Boer war. frost, while in sections where this Adjoining these is the homestead hf !sow" warrant be Issued, less the amount _.. Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe Bath Tubs, Water Closets

a With reference to one false rumor, process cannot be employed damp Larry Wrlglrt.Mr. paid for freight, $6.U2.CHURCH\) and Wash (Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and
General Roberts Frazier has eight acres of piece
a prominent Irishman
smudge (fires, properly handled, are that must put up with a temporary cover descriptions re-tinned.
,
/ eaya : "The reports which best .adapted to general use. one year more. NOTICES.Rev. .

indicate thnt disloyalty exists in Mr Kltchlng, our enterprising mar.chant .

the Irish regiments are absolutely THE PhiladelphiaMedicalJourn- Is now having his fine plnos covered J. E. Mickler\ who was appointedby 37 -Forsyth St., Jacksonville Florida
untrue. In the hour of danger with grans. the last annual conference to the ,
my al referring to the habit of,, using One of the oldest-covered pineapple
country have ever been the Methodist church at this place, will
among; tobacco says : "Comparatively few fields Is that of air" Johns. Indeed the
In Tltusville
preach next
first to down \ ou Sunday\ at
, lay their lives for use tobacco in such fine sales from his place led others to 11. and 7 '
; excess as to in. p. m. T'
their Queen and their country, and, suffer bad effects no doubt fewer follow his example. lie still has three SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
whether it be against the Boers acres uncove-ed. Archeacon B. F. Brown, will bold
men of other or than suffer from the overuse of tea Otto btypmnn ia one of the oldest of divine service ns follows: Jupiter to- --
any nationality, the and coffee, and infinitely fewer than settlers and now tins a, beautiful borne, I day (Friday) at 10:10:: 1\. m., and 7:80: p. --
u Irish Soldier will be found loyal to suffer from over eating;, while numbers with five of his ten acres of pines cover- m. ; Eden Sunday at 10iOa.: m.; JensenWaveland -. Wood Coal. Coke. Bri k. Limfi. (flftmp.nt.
his Queen and brave In battle 3 A .
will i l testify to the pleasures ed. lie also has u great variety of fruit' p. m. f :. ., ----, ----J ---V-.J

; which they experience from its use. ----- ., .'
WK!: are In receipt of a couple of No one will question the harmfulness Vitrified

the new folders issued by the FlorIda of the. use of tobacco by the :E:. 'E. :a\TeXE.: Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....

East Coast Hotel System, and I young or in excessive amounts
we think they are the best hereto. with nervous people.particularly Corner,Bay and Ocean Streets, . JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Offices foot of ITogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262.\ "

fore issued by Gen'l. Supt. C. B. Neither is smoking to be advocatedat Grocer and Commission Merchant J. K. MUNNEULTN"
Knott. General
The folders are much larg all times and in all places ; everyone Manager.(

er than those of last year, and dislikes those who go about Dealer In Groceries Hay Grain and Produce. .
.;, contain forty pages of excellent with their breath and clothes sat Eggs Consignments Solicited.

r descriptive matter. The illustra urated with the foul odors of bad ...0. L. KEENE.
" tlons are very fine, and show excel tobacco who D.a. Bell lei,pee Ib8iiKarCure .. ...... ...... .... ...... tat Beet Flour,per Ib ..... .. ............ ,03 ..
puffa.amoka in La..d. a ................... .. ..
lent every. .. .... ... !* : H bbl l sucks................ 2.IH
workmanship on the part of body's face In the street, and (ill Mlt.tins ...... ..............., .(WX) l-'b' Tomatoes. per can...,................. .on Dress
.. .
.. .
the printers. We \.. .. S have .. Trimmings
no hesi.S every room and house with a stale It. Bacon, ................. .111( ,: Milk. a "..''.'.'I''.....'. M.fIII Millinery Notions
tation in saying that this is the stench. Flonlo Kami, a M .................AIK} MscaroniandVerminellsper rmckajro..... .07 ,
finest hotel Rise.. a u.._.... .......... IU Ark SuoP.I: bars for ...... .... ......... .on LaceR Gloves
.,, / the folder ever sent Into green wholettralu Kin CutTm( N.................. AprEvaror: etiApple..perlb.l.......... ..... .10 Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery. Corsets.

, ADVOCATE otllce, and shows WHATEVER.: other criticisms may nroun.l. Hlo CoITe:;. :.: u..:.:::::::::::::::::'. .,li'!\ : antler Buttrrliie: ,per lbv 16:i:':::::::.".:::::;;:.:::::. -30
considerable taste in its general be made In llest Tea .. .. .....,............ .*> M..cke..b.. ........... .... ..... .05 17 Prompt attention paid to all
get-up. regard to Air. Joseph >ranul te.l Bnnr! .......... ........ .MK S..ICIII..llet.eaeb.... ........................ .1111 orders.This .
Chamberlain, the British Colonial l..SlIltar.p..rlb............ ................. .00 Onions,per quart.. ................
.. foul. poor lb. ................. .............om Lemoncrack..rs.l|per toned..... ........... .oft is one of the oldest and most
SOME Secretary, it cannot bo said that p"r.'k.> ..... ..... ._....... ................. loo t (tlngcrsnap\ *, per lb ........... ,........... ou mi reliable houses In Jacksonville. All the latest
time ago the editor of this Orlts.p!r l!> ................ .... 8. ... .
he declared That is laid ?" Hl Crackers. per Ib.... .................. OB Patterns and Style.: '
\; 44 paper had the war. at I per O'-lb _k.. ... .. ................... .iO: NloNao perlb. ...... ...............
pleasure of visiting the door of the Boers. More than Good.. Vlnur.. par.. Ib ....... ............... .e' Oyster crarken perlb...................... ..07 07 101 West Bay Street, corner of Laura .
,
nearly every room-from basement three-years Mr. Chamberlain H bbl.acks................. 8.WI' Stick Candy perlb............. ............ .10 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

55 1 to roof,-and in the found White House( WashIngton while making ago a speech in Parliament -, II. .3S. nURI1E: Cor. Bay and Ocean, 'Jacksonville, Fla. -- .. -

.""' out that every said : "A war In South Africa
1 white man tl JEWELED,.
employed about
this would be one of the most serious ESTABLISHED 1879. ,.
!: public building is a mason. The ware that we could possibly WATCHES CLOCKS

policemen, and even doorkeepers the gardeners messengers and. wage.a civil It war.would It be would in the be natureof a long \Nccl.. .E;.. ;:eO-C-es: a s CO. ,

outside help are members of the war, a bitter war, and a costly ..Jewelry Diamonds
s strongest secret GRAIN GARDEN ,
organization in SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS.
t war. President _
:. the world. The Washington Light out his words were Kruger nearly will correct find As &, *&.**:Jl11 S1 13fft' Souvenir, Shedding Rings and Presents,

, ,w Infantry, the personal escort of the by the time the war ia ended. Far 0 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We 10( 4 "*% 5 Walthana Watches, etc.

President ia strictly! a :Masonic better for the Transvaal govern. handle only the best and roost reliable Seeds.. A complete stock of nay E ,LF"Y

combination every member of the ment to have given everyone equal !. dark Corn Opts, Flour, Bran, Wheat Grits. Heal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright aDd Ih .' CSIIYEts'NAllf FIVE HATCH ail JEWELRY REPAIRING
battalion at wholesale. State
r. rank and file, being a rights instead of agents for Tygert-Allea Fertilizer Co. '
Maeda.In declaring war Rtar rancl Fertlll." ,-Gnaranteed
Analyst. Orange tree and "Ttf" A SPICIALTT
> Vegetable" I'ertltl.r Pure
Ground
against Great Britain. none.NltraM Soda, Muriate of t'ot&.. te Fntash, Ralalt..te. Thee f.rtllj.eru Spectacle. a < Eyeglasses.
superior In the market .bl8QIPh h" no Charge paid
and a trial Send or Catalogi. free. one'way. R. J. RILES,

223 W. Bay St., jACK8cmTn.ue, FLA.


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RIVER ADVOCATE JANUARY 5. 1900. li

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Tibbals.Master Rockledge.- .FE R T I LIZ E R S..vSPEQIAL I

Frank Waters spent Sunday II. J. Magruder, of Oak Hill,"spent a

night Saeger.la Ankona as the guest of Fred part ante of the holidays here with his par ,. .


Archdeacon B. F. Brown will bold services Wm. M. l\Ierll"lu is expected home

inS.Panl'sEpiscopal Church on from Nassau, N. P., the end of this
Sunday morning next, at 11 o'clock. week. PRICES: : :

Mr*. John Miller and daughter Jessie Miss Ella Singleton was In Tltusvtlle a fl

of Eden were pleasant callers on Prof. few days last week, visiting Mrs Carl C.
Jannoch and wife lastSunday afternoon. Curtis. '

Miss England entertained a large number The Rocklodge Pharmacy ia now open [Hhi] ::14

this of her place friends on at New her elegant Year's residenceat evening., llughlett.under the able management of C. L. __'irs.eapp7.e 4 Growers:_.

Those who were present report an unusually .. ,
II. J. Rosslter and ,wife, are hero for
pleasant time. : .4.11 Aro'-1.n.d. IT'oirtlllszsor;: : ,
the season !Mrs. Kosslter's sister accompanies e1 JiI
CB.pt. Qeo. Sounders who, is largely/: engaged them. i Price $26.00.8' Before buying the following Materials bo sure and apply to

In the fish business with John
.:.Miller boarded the north bound train on Miss Elate Smith has returned to Stet- : GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for pricesand wo will prove to you we can save you money, : LI

Sunday for Fort Pierce, where he went son University, after pleasant vacation Mnlstnra... *( to 10Ammonia .
here with her STEAMED BOSK RAW BONE .
to pont New Year's day with his family. spent paren s. : .............. 5 tn 4 : III
Mrs. G. W Skelly (nee Miss Emma [-I : Equal to ':II'h"teof Ammonia.. ...,....,.,. 80 to 8ft BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE
,
,
Edmund Young, one c>f Jensen's very Available I I'hiwnhorla Acid .,........ ,6 to 4 ,
popular young men, took dinner with ardee[ ), of Janesvllle, WIs., arrived on ; Equal' to Hone PlumphaM Lime............J.... 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA
Friday to spend the winter with her : J'ulI\Khlil: u..e.. .%.....i. 5 to 6 .
Mr. and Mrs.V.. II. Ilariis, last Sunday.Mr. : K<|iial to Sulphate of Votaan.... e&o10 '
Young who has a host of friends parents. f-I Alaifnoala'mil, 9o
here is always welcomed by all in this The ladles of Cocoa and Rockledge 1-1 rr Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, :
place. have organized a card club called the
,
COTTON SEED HULL ASHES KAIMIT AND POTASHES
The elegant; launch, Buckeye, owned Palmetto Wednesday Club afternoon, which is to meet every the =:r Special Mixtures compounded' with machinery at very low ., 0

by W. II. Harris, Is now lying at her eason. throughout H prices.

usual mooring:, looking bright as a new :
after being thoroughly overhauledby Mrs. George S. Singleton and children .
pin,Bessie Bros., the boat and launch have returned from Lake City, where Please Correspond, with us bofore being induced, to buy from IDonlers. Send for

builders of Sewell's Point.A they went that Will and Miss Helen JPamplxlot. I.1.J
might attend college: ; but Will has been hi ,
large; party expected to sail down to 111 with typhoid fever and Mrs.
the Gilbert's bur Yacht Club bouse last very LITTLE
BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
Singleton thought; It best to return to
Saturday, on the yacht Irene; to attend her Indian River home. ,, to
, the regular monthly meeting, but owingr

to the disagreeable weather they postponed Quite party from this side attended I J'ac1roor: .vi11 o. Florida.:
\f\ their visit until the next meetingof the dance. at Indlanola, Friday night, :
the Club. and report an enjoyable time. Those in

the party were Dr., and Mis. DIBol, !Mrs or "
J. II. Andrews Miss Susie Summers
" Capt. Vni. Jarvis, Misses Daisy: Hardee Grace
i and Frank Wat- Melbourne. Jensen. Eden.Will Georgiana.
granddaughter .
Patterson, Bessie and Elsie Smith, (3ert
' era sailed to Port Pierce on his yacht
up rude Breese and Mvra Williams. ; Metmrs.

i Dixie day. ,They last report Wednesday a most, and delightful spent sail the pruder ChUl'cl1": ,Shares Ronald,and Simmons Barnett.Howell The,cake Ma- OOODK & .OFJ.-RflRI Estate and Loans.Agent Mis. W. It. Harris, of Tlhbals gave ourI Frnntz of Ankoun" was a guest !MU! Wattle Bower intnrnoil from her

! and a big oyster dinner on the yacht. for / tn.1. London' snit Liverpool| and at the Nelherby Sunday visit to Grant on Saturday.Miss .
walk and dance-executed by Messrs. Globe and tugs.rtnl Fire IiiRiiranro.. Special I I I burg a call ou last Sabbath.'
i
Miss Susie Summers one of our prominent Harper, McDonald Sweeney and Thorn. .p- attention paid to the Interests of nou.reai- G. W. Gilmore conducted ocrvlroit nt Everybody Intending to Invent In any Louise Powp, of Ilocklcdgc,: was

, young ladles, left, Sunday morning son was one of the\ features of the eyon- dent !St.' Paul's church at North Eden on Sunday southern land should oomo ,to Kdon.: visiting( Dr. nnd Mrs. Wltlfold, {Wednes
i last for the Florida Agricultural College : lug day.
The
af
"I'nooD. dropped to
mercury tlility-fonr
' for the ADVOCATE onMonday
, Subscilptlons ,
at Lake City; after spend Ing the holidays The community has been greatly sadlenud the m.r:: pink paper of the East Coast, will be I D. E. Anstle thecovering night. "A mien Is ns good nn a F. W. Munson has been on the sick
I recently completed
* with her grandparents; and many friends this week by the death of !Mrs. received at the Melbourne Po tomce. mile." lint for several days, but Is better at thin
here. Miss Summers will ba( much missed I I of two acres for himself; his
r E. A. Ilartwell, of heart disease, which shed Is without doubt the Mr.\ and, writing./
In our social circles, during her absence i neatest one Mrs.SnnferdDuncan, of Niinhvllle
last
occurred caturday night; and that James T. Hogg: of Jacksonville, is the ve have.yet seen. TtMin., are vUliing their ulster, Mis. J. Brady Bower came down from Or-
of Chas. Devlin of which
dropsy occurred -
j Ireland for home for
mend :Saturday:: n visit at ,
I New Yem's Hart- guest of Postmaster Goo Mrs. James Peabody, of Zanesvllle, 0., morning Mrs\ low dayu.
Lwho has been spending several weeks well has not been well for some time Mrs. Carter having: her bluff pro- hits born IIppn.lInlll.weral! days In town. C. A. Robinson mid his. daughter, Mrs.
j f r with herson and his wife, Mr. and Mrs but her death was most'unexpected and party greatly improved by having It all We iindfiRlnnd l that Mr. H.xllcntlno: Is Williams .spent" a very pleasant evening The son of Mrs. Gnodsoll Is now Im

'4 E. E. Peabody, left for St. Augustine, great/ shock to her family. She leavesa iloaned up and weeds etc, burned. going; to do some IIh"ddlug.1Tho ] nt Mrs. Cuitls', on Wednesday.' proving. It Is hoped ha ""will soon bo I

last Friday, where'she joins her husband husband and one daughter (who wax dock The\ hint well again./
from here attended Planters Is well ttndnr way, social ton, which bus become
jolly party
and will remain several weeks before returning with her at the time of her death), and the Quite dance. a nt' Eau name, last Tuesday. ho tram track having! been laid from the such fl.'IIIIII'U In Kdun was hold 'nt tile Dr. llolmps was down Wodnnsday

to their home In Z.inesvil'e.' I three daughters' Chicago, one of whomIs evening, jolnlaod; returning on the railroad station to the liver bank and apart home of :Mis. Henry Whlpple. night to visit. his patients, Mrs. Flora
I married. Funeral services were held of the dock built. Mr. Bull has thu Wlttfcld and Mrs( Hughes.
E. E. Peabody, one of our prominent at the house on Sunday morning, and steamer Spartan. Quite number of Ankonn" Mend. and I
residents, left for Zunoivllle. Ohio on Mr. and Miss Ilartwell left with the Commander F. C. Hewitt, :Mr.nnd\ Mrs. contract; which! Insures n good job. I l I'M UN I ton nro preparing to attend tho : Mrs. Mau'do! Wagner' / was enlllng on ,

j Wednesday last, where he Is largely interested body. for Chicago on the noon train. 'I. H. Spencer/ Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Ben- Just prior to :Xmas, Fred Wills' finn grand; masquerade bull I, to bo held at Jon- MrNilnmrs! limners, Gllhrouth, Clark
( In the manufacture of tiling as Mr. Devlin's cleat ball been expected for der and !Mrs. Oilman are pleasant guestsof bay lioise, prnhnhly Imbibing. the spirit Yeti on the ;,tli. More anon.Owing and Hughes, "'rhlayafternoon.

well as in some valuable real estate Home time, and was more or less of a relief Hotel Carleton of the coming h..lid'.YII-rl\o' away, ninolio to the cold 1 Mrs. Carter and daughters, and Miss.
which requires his personal attention. to all. for his suffering.was Intense; tho surprise of his owner who thought snap, many of our
for Mr. and Mrs. M. F, Webb and Miss terns al'l frozen. The usual January Louise I.lnderhui'g wore visiting Mrs.(
The change: will be a great one and the strnln on those around him was Mr. hint too dignified to cut such fantastic
Peabody. to leave a temperature of.7i: almost unbearable Mr. Devlin" leaves Jenkins, of Plalnflcld l. N. J., rived here fieiiks. No damage. thaw: may set. III early arid we may be Owen and I daughters, Wednesday.

degrees, and at Zinesvllle: during the nn invalid wife, who was at her borne in Tuesday evening/ and are' the guests of .able to furnish something/ startling next Our\ school teacher, Miss Ida, ollton.anl ( .
. past week, the temperature has been fittsburg: Pa., and two children Ron :Mr. and Mrs. I.. D. Lockwood. It. R. Klcou made a shipment of slztyr : week. her sister. of Tltnsvllln, canto over
r averaging about 20 degrees, with lots of both herewith ono r bnn-els of fish on.tho 31st of Decoin- !his M. A. In the mall boat with Mr.( Warning Monday .
und daughter- of whom were ; Rev. Mr. Hale, of Snwnnee, Tenn., is I bee, besides' having about! twenty-five Gildloy, of Chicago, has ,
snow their father. The body was takento I now In charge/ of Holy Trinity Episcopal airels on hand which he could not !get come South for the winter, !Iud Is pleasantly afternoon. '....

W. Gllmore, lay reader of the St. Pittsburg for interment church. !Mr. Hale Is. ft tine orator nnd packed In time for the train. What is located at the Tfeihoiby. She spent Wo have heard that Mrs IVi'oNnmar,

'Paul's Episcopal Church held services the people are delighted to have him and tie mailer with tlmt us au Item of one of the winter two years ago with friends. at who spent two winters and one summer

last Sunday afternoon. The sermon Pleaso mention the ADVOCATE: when his Interesting family with us this win I our Industries? Ankona. here for 'her )Jienllh, died shortly after

which he read and which was written by writing advertisers., New Year's day paired off quietly. Do reaching! her home In Connecticut
J. D. Andrews sick the first
was quite
ter.E.
the Right Reverend Bishop Howe was a _BMBW_ WWMB M S. Bender returned from his hunt part of this week., Mr. Andrews had not forget to date your lotteis lit s). So Mrs, Wolnhurg, of Cocoa, came over

very appropriate and Interesting sermon; -If you are In search of bargains, last Monday, with eight; fine large/: tur- Four acres of pines covered during his much hits been written and said about Tuesday and, spent a very pleasant week,

and the great: Interest and Inferential and; read ADVOCATE: columns .carefully' keys; and U Is needless to say how good; l absence this past summer, of which he the beginning of the twentieth century, v.ltlnamonjt,. / her friends, Mrs. J. W.

efforts of. Mr. Gilmore to advance his they were, or how much his 'friends enjoyed is justly proud., as! they are looking,: quite that I refrain from discussing the sub Brunor Mrs Hughes and Mrs Taylor.
build our church and also support
up them. This makes :21 ject.
dining on
In helping: Mr. Cox, the able organ. Eau Gallie.G. turkeys he has shot this season besidesall well and frosts promise and n good coming crop, Mr. and Mrs. Klngman arrived here
freezes number
dellllte Quito of
1st, In the choir practice, is much appreciated his. other game. He thinks Melbourne passengers got'off; Saturday afternoon to spend the winterIn
!
by all those who are interested ought to feel proud of the good hunting John Sorensen has nddod another acre at Kiixton station, New Year's evening their lovely winter home. Their

in the advancement of the church. F. Paddlson left Wednfisny, north grounds surroundlngour little town, and to his covering; O. K. Coon has done the This already dally occurrence and many friend extend to them a cordial l
bound a business trip. while C. F. Wolf Is It seem a necessity to have a ticket welcome. '
on four
also to know same, covering
In a former issue of the ADVOCATE: the we do; and we are proud agent established thero for the
let Houston left for that a sportsman like Mr. Bender thinks acres. Hardee Bros, of Eden, have also conven I "Unule Mrs. (Gllbreath
Laura Mrs.
writer hart the pleasure of rending a Miss Monday lence of people stopping at the :Netherby" Hughle, ,
ter written by.our County Surveyor, replying Fort Piece, on a visit to friends. so highly of Melbourne that he selected just| completed the covering of one acre and points between there and Jensen. Clark, Mrs. A, L. limner and Miss Annlo
to an article In the Jensen Itemsof this ,as his stopping place for himself. and for J. G. Way, of Indiana. They are now Summerour nnd' Moth Urn nor spent avery
previous d.ite. In the letter referredto !Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pomeroy are the his chal'mlnjlllttlo wife, after travelingall preparing to cover some tame for them. An alarm of fire was sounded( at Mr pleasant. afternoon lit Dr WlUfohl'nThursday .
happy parents of a tine baby girl. selves by have decided Le Tourneau's ,
Mr. Files kindly informed the over our fair state. a now plan they Tuesday morning cans. ,
between very Eden Jensen, Wavelaud bliss Hodgson pave: a small dance Mon upon, which seems to be a very practical ed by an oil stove taking fire., A bucket
people one, and promises good results. brigade was quickly firnnnil, by tho The thermometer registers: !H' at this
her brother's friends. fall to neigh-
whenever
due to
and Hio" what Improvements were day evening --Please write us you ,
burs and the ntlAgrntlont'whlch' wilting (Tuesday morning) ), but so far no
'and would be made, amount of shelling. Miss Bertha Scott returned to school receive the ADVOCATE.: We are glad; to see that Eden Is being/ for A moment so threatening doomed dainngo Is fUino, but II Is getting )perilously -

etc. This very unusual happening must. Tuesday, after a week's holiday with her represented In the pink paper, for Eden While fires at this,time was extlngulshud. near the, danger line It is hoped .
have been much appreciated by the parties nnd Jensen are practically tho same-being are
Lotus.N. that the worst I III ov"r' for this time.
family. grateful In this
very cane It would have
in his
interested In the roads named only two miles apart-hence when! been disastrous. !Messrs. Hall Bruner and Warning aro
letter; and as the roads between Eden. !Mrs. P. A. :McMillan and sons have the praises of one Is sung: both Is benefit very picking and shipping: their beans as rap

Tibbals Ankona and Fort Pierce must been spending/ several days with the fam L. Fort of Marlon county arrived ted. We are !glad to note that the Bert Menvln Is busy shipping his tan idly ps possible under the cliouinstances.!

surely be entitled'to some shell and other ily of John Houston. Monday night and will stay awhile. Eden correspondent has the same views gerines.. He has a large crop of tho fin- t
Improvements, after so many years of Mrs G. G. Gleason is enjoying a visit regarding the filling In the !gap on the eat fruit ever shipped] from this place to Mrs. Plum and Miss Simmons went to
heavy taxation the writer and many from her brother-in-law, Mr. Cartrlght, Some of the farmers were made happy shell road between Eden and Jensen as the northern market; proving conclusively the beach last week. While taking It
others, would be very grateful if Mr of Cleveland Ohio. last week over large returns for beans in ourselves so that we may have a continuous that the soil In Eden Is particularly walk on the beach Mrs. Plum going
Fries would, in like manner, advise \III New York.. shell rond between the two places adapted to the culture! of tangerines and south end MUs Simmons going north,

through the columns of the ADVOCATE: W. H. G. Scott, who has been on the A representative for Grosjean fe Co., We do not think that there Is any doubt oranges. They are not( affected by frosts theo latter m"w two bear, which caused
'what extent of shelling will be done on sick list since Christmas, returned to Is hero talking with the but what this will be done Inside of six and will flvro'unlly proven source of her to retrace her stops more raiiidlythan
the roads above mentioned and at who work Monday morning. truckers.PhilndelphU, months-then look out for bicycles and revenue, should pineapple culture be a .she went tipr but, on looking back

points. The information will be much Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Smailes of Aetna more }horses and buggies. failure. to see If they were after her, she discovered
appreciated.Drink The holidays are over and everything that they had mndo oil over the
Green, Ind., have arrived and are occur seems quiet after continual rush for Quite\ a numberof strangers are among bin IT, evidently as much frlghenetl aw

pylng their houseboat.The two or three weeks. us now,. some for their health, others Impure water Is the cause of much she and were seen no more.
pure filtered water and keep schooner Olivette, loaded with prospecting;; and we judge; from conversations sickness. Remedy this by getting A fine '
+ healthy. See those fine filters for sale by lumber and crate material left here, T. G. Ronald returned from Daytona, with them, tlmt IS is more than (filter from Claude Walton, Titullvllie.Roseland. .
Claude Walton agent, Titusville. Wednesday, for down-river points. Saturday, where he went to spend the probable that some of them will become FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF
holidays with his citizens of
parents. our community. The fact
-Do you want to buy or sell property Archdeacon B. F. Brown, held service Chas. Singleton: sold out his. Interests that It Is established that oranges/ and SCHOOLS.

jjjln Indian River ? If you do, write the at St. John's church last Sunday. The here and returned' to Tltnsvllle, where /grape fruit can be grown here, Is adding -

Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus- cool wave kept many from attending In he went to work in the tent factory. materlaly to the attractions of our section TI'I'UU'I.LII. ft*.,Jan.2.I imxt.
' %llle, Fla. See page 4. the evening. for no matter 'bow remunerative To Hon.Alex. A. Btawart.

4 Buckeye Mr. and Mrs.T. The cold wave came near hitting hard pineapples are, there Is an attraction Quinn Gibson spent his ten days' vacation -I t'lark: Circuit Court,
houseboat ,
The Bin, In with Hnntlnn 3.
compliance Chapter
'
A. Snider and party on board arrived on Tuesday morning; the thermometercame about a neat little orange grove that I livery In) St. AugustineA. / 4'LU:: Laws of Vlorl.ln! w. horahjr Hie with yuii
r LaGrange. here Tuesday afternoon,and cast anchor within four degrees of freezing.Wm. tempting to any one deslrlntf to settle Campbell 'bus returned from I, the following( Itxiulxml, statement of all athimlmonity '
.. .
fwwlvail marl and
in Florida and the fact that approprltulnna war
,
In Eau Gallie river. Straughn for L. S. Davis U yet orangetrees Melbourne, where, ho spent the holidays.Two rant l Issued lor the mouth ending the 31 th day
The Christmas festivities at LaGrange In this burg! Interviewing the farmers have passed through our previous of DeuembarA, U. twin. ,
Walter Hanna and Klngan Hodgson his house. freezes uninjured Is a matter that Is attracting small dead manatees were re- SSCAPITCLATinm.etatoneelntresaurylastreport. .
began; on Saturday night with a musical returned to Stetson University Tuesday, and getting consignments to no little attention by those seeking cently washed' ashore on Col. W, D. Hull- .. ..... ... .. ?t T.TJ
and literary and Christmastree. ,. ... .. ....
programme .
after an enjoyable holiday: spent with Ducks are plentiful on the river, but a home In our Sunny: South. A day's ner's place. Totatrecdppduringmoml.h. IT3 OIt

The pretty little with church was artistically their friends here. they have common sense enough/ to stay stop oil here does not make the most I Total..............,........... ... .... .,.,'iHii7iI
festooned and No
bunting at out of gun; shot; however some of the favorable Impression on a ai frost Tuesday night as predicted, I Total' wa.ranl.11 by traaaurar... ....... I1S'"
evergreens. After the well-rendered An enjoyable dance was given few sometimes. stranger but we had one a few night's previous lUlanoa In treasury ..I 711
neighbors get a there Is rundownatthebeelappearance
programme, Mr. Tom Johnson, sr., very Treutler Hall, Tuesday evening, many a ragged: which did damage. itrwizpn BKniip-m.:
facetiously distributed the gifts from guests attending from Melbourne. The of things; Immediately surrounding HalanrA In troamiry. la.t ntuort .1 T 311
laden tree making glad to assist the Melbourne the depot, but a week's stopover Paul Kroegel, who (Is putting a roof on Pram Tax ('011., county atiliiMU l levy,lanes" .fit: irt.
the bountifully proceeds go White City.The and an Intelligent Investigation I In/o L. C. Moore's launch Erclldonne re- rum Tax. (:..11., eonuty ."ho..ll.v.lIM1K.. 11.s!
the hearts of old and younz. J Regatta fund. From Tax. Oillwotor/ .pull tax, lash..... I II oil
Christmas Day dawned bright; and of our resources-what we have done, what cnntly brought a pArty of ladies and From T.. C'ollmitur, poll tux IKIIS. ,....?.. TOO
the breeze Mr. and Mrs. George: Andrews, recent cold weather. has done no we are doing, pad what we have every !gentlemen up In the launch, from Sebas- from Slate Treasurer, railaniptlon of
little of
beautiful, with just a Eden spent New Year's day with Mr reason to believe can be accomplished In tian, to view the Frost-proof lands lsfl.a .1 J. I........ .. ... 0.T:
wafted Santa from the Arctic damage at this place, but we are still ou grove. supt..zaminatlon
..
that had rumors of a From (0. fat*. .,.. s oct
region. The day was spent in horn and Mrs. A. R. Hodgson borne, hurriedly the aaTlous seat. the future, will convince any man that The ferry here needs two, Improvements r'rows.al.ot book... .... ........ ......... I e.
them
cold wave calling we have reason to say that our section Is '
gatherings; and family re-unions. Among Tuesday evening. M. M. Curtis of Forty Mil River, second to none on the East Coast. We -a lighter which will float, and Total '..,elp.*..... .. .... .., ... .... ......,1HO4I
those who gathered around the festive Alaska who has been looking over the anxious to secure good life settlers some way of calling the ferryman On rr.UItUD: la.J&I": e
board with Mrs. Feaster's family were Mrs. Barbour Is having nearly all her East Coast for a location Is now located are those desirable Tuesday a family, Including two children .......",. .......... ... ....sisal 111
the Rev. W. N. Chaudoln and wife, : mangrove) grape; fruit and orange: tree In White and to seeking a most location spent all day on the south side, being John H Xaroa,aalary county unpf.,...... 10(M
Jack Frost by the Mc- City. we ask to come to Jensen wbere 8. K. *. per diem and nillaaK aa
Messrs. Graham and Andrews of Stet. protected from Co.'s they will find us ready and willing\ to unable to make themselves beard member board... .......... ..... ". ... .1960
son University; Miss Annie Bellows, of Farland Fruit Protection simple The patrons of the public school here against the wind. J. M Olxon. per diem and ml!,, sit-'
Washington, Ga.; Miss Bellows, of Chat and thorough process. have petitioned the County Superintendent show them around, and able to prove _- I member' binfru....... .... .. ....S.*. 400
that our Industries worthy of a r John H. Ham. office
for vacation until 13th. a permanent xpanii<* Co. Buptanil
April as
a
tanooga, Tenn. President Geo. 11'. Miles, of the I. R. tk Investment and our climate the hoard ... ... |pun(
night- preceding the maJority of the pupils are busy helping TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. FM it repairon e'No\ ... ,.
On Saturday ; B. B. I. N. Co., was In town last week best in the State. .. .. Stewart .. .. / 12.: I *
to the N h :if..... 4IUTcachara'aalarlo.
a gather
New Year-the young people enjoyed for Jacksonville crops. -
for a day or so, leaving Sunday o I. o .. e "h na. .. \\lIS
very pleasant social snit candy pull at Capt. G. O. Oleason accompany Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Austin of Jensen, The following are the times of arrival B. F.Travla rant of "".c )Bonaventum" :W 1ft as

the home of Postmaster Johnson. who has a place here, baa been spending -We want ,to draw the attention of and departure of passenger tralns o and Jo C...B.nph Bobiijrl' 1_..y,,rant Inaiiranra.of bfl'tf all Cocoa the,ichnolbmiaa KM... 101)
greasing.Miss
a few days here superintending: the setting our numerous readers along: the* East from Tltusvlller and nrnJtnr to

-If you want ,good: results, you will Annie Paddlson, who U visiting of his :young grove and getting his Coast, and throughout the state ID general sotTnsocno. lw issued In ""hna..,...

find the ADVOCATE an .excellent advertising her sister, Mr*. Bobbins at Tltnsvllle/ sugar cane ready for;.the mill. to the advts. of the live and energetic -i Lea rei.Ttti data.*.tll for rortLj .ii IntermwIUt
medium. was the guest of her brother, G. F. Facdison business men who are bidding fora Arrives from JacluoovllM point. tll.1 .. J. II.Ham, for t..llChtpre".II........... SVJ.
.. A. A. Stewart, ,II, C.. raoonllnit daad..... BlKINDIAN >
from Friday last until Monday t(8w As an advertising medium, no share of your patronage In tbecolnmni a a 9M! e
,
morning when she returned to Tltnsvlll paper on the East Coast can beat the of the ADVOCATE. If yon are la need a M Sanford "I fJS rlo.ldallea tens publishing Nov./ :flnannlitl printing neat bskelrcnlar >

BlT-We: would esteem the favor If ou the regret of her friends, ADVOCATE. Give us a trial adrt., of any particular line of goods, the pink xoarasneaD; ...:.... ..... ... ITO
readers, when writing 01? calling upon who*, to would like to bave many bad her visit l and be> convinced of the pink paper*. paper will\ tell TOO the best place to buy fwav.TltasHll.forJaeksnavlile andnt.rmetlawpr/nw" J l.t a a'.IOSn.:IO A DVOCATS, pub.atacamanl,..utlon)'... *to
advertisers to merchandise, p-M -
eto.our, would mention purchase the ADVOCATE. prolonged. worth. them. Head the ads. for Sanford 'T 00 a.u Total wpmaditune..................,.../lwf titn











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6 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, :JAN. c, 1900.



pOT A S'H gives color, FARM CONVENIENCES. I ; Florida Central aiiflPeninsular

Wagon Gate Ueeful In 1I..kl..Ti..... A
flavor and firmness to Oral. For 1&0018. Apple. K...
4 _
A sketch of a very convenient tall-

all fruits. No good fruit board or end gate, which can be attached Railroad.

to any wagon bed and which VT

can be raised without eaves much time ana labor In unloading

corn or coal., .U sent to the Ohio

Potash. Farmer by: a correspondent, who says: iiAi4: \ +q" f. Unexcelled. service. from Florida to all points

"Tbe size of wagon beds varies so = 1t1r Y

; Fertilizers containing at least much that It Is useless t? give dimensions 1'1 1 4 satyr North East and West.

i ,bat toake. the part A BOD long 1

enough to-'extend at least six: Inches r. ,
J 8 to 10% of Potash: will 'give I Fyfrh ..
above-the sideboards 0
of the wagon and qk G !
.. f7P TWO Trains da11ybetweenTtmppJaokaoavltlc,8avanaa6 and Columbia, carrying;
best results on all fruits.. Write = a M \* (\ ,
J rid Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars: connecting! Columbia! With sleepers for

for our pamphlets,which ought "i' 4 TT- \

to'lk'in: B ( Washington.! Baltimore!! PWla. and Jew York.
CN ,
every farmer's library., _- f .' ,
__ I :
Also with Clncinnattl Sleeper, via Asheville.
They-are sent free. 1i- w


GERMAN KALI.WORKS, "Dixie jFlyer" .
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0" : : .
f 91 Nsssau St.: ,N.w Yak.I .

.' Tri-Weekly Sailings Through Sleeping Car Route between. Jacksonville. and. St.,Louis via

1'V ) .:. 0 '

: SHEEP AND "COLD ; TAILBOARD 5 OB END OATS. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. Lake City, Macon, Atlanta, ,Chattanooga t Q .and '1 Naslmlle, ,.


I also wide enough so that the wing B Calling at, Charleston: S. C., both ways) Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points In the Northwest.
Cbllle Produced by Hvaporatton E F and :A 0 II will be on the outside

When Fleece. Have Been of the bed: when the end gate is up. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service
Wet Jacksonville 'and New Orleans
by Cold Ualu. Have two books made as at 1 and 2 Through sleeping car service between

Spinal Mouln- and bolt to the end gate with the hook \ via River Junction and Pensacola.Full .
rote. turned down. Then have made out of The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. I

.a..A.-A. .. ....AA ...-A..: ......-..-.-a-. --A- old vua__ __tre\n-- ttfa n__ turA... .nlnt..._...__, ft_ _and_ A.. Direct Service Between Information on application\ to any agent of this company.
each about six: Inches long, wltb slots
The sheep of all la animals one of the to cold most say susceptible about two Inches long and large Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. A.. O. McDonell, L. A Shipman,
enough to admit hooks 1 and 2. Bolt
The American Sheep Breeder Its floeco these to the (Colling at;Charleston! S.0., both ways) / .
plates under side of the
la In and General 1 Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
a sponge fact, after a cold wagon bed, with the slots extendingout SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS

rain It becomes saturated with the water fur enough from the bed to amthbound.n........... ......................... .....?.....from Lewis Wharf Boston JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
which admit Northbound. .......................... ........,... ..... from foot of Hogan Street JacksonvilleClyde's
evaporating by reason of the hooks. This makes your hinge for _nn_._._'n ,
the warmth of the body causf Intense the end gate so that It can be removed
r cold by the beat abstracted In the dry. from the bed Instantly. St. Johns River.Line.. .' .

lag up of the ololllt re. This cold affects "Now attach two rods or chains as BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND 8ANFOKD.

tbeu, the most suMceptlbla and at Fig. 0, at 0 D Bud let them pass i Jacksonville Falatka Banf: o/d,Enterprise!: ,Via.and Intermediate landings on tbeSt.John's River .
tender part of the body, which Is tbe through rings fastened at the top end STEAMER Southern.Railway.
of the bed. This holds tbe end gate up, .
back, along which the great nerve, the so that one may stand 'on It and beginto "FRI<:D'IC DeBAItY." I

no called splual marrow runs. The unload. Have two rings, one on CAPT. W. A. SHAW .
,G cold chills this nerve and produces a each side of the bed fastened the Leave Jacksonville 3.80: p.m.,Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays.
disastrous effect upon It, the result of length of the chains or rods from the lass.Banfonl 11:00: a.m., Vnterprlne 0:80 a. m., Mondays Wednesdays'and Fridays.

M1 ;which Is to cause Inflammation of the end of the bed to hold the end gate up Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville. DIRECT LINE--QUICK TInE
covering of the nerve, and this Is very'.apt while the load Is hauled.
to spread to the brain. This causes being W. H. WARBURTON T. P. A., .F.IRONMONGER.; Fla.Pa....Art.( -TO-
Particular attention Is called In the Howling Green New YorkI t !*"* We.t May Hi.,Jacksonville" .
t1 that serious disease known as menln- Journal already mentioned to the crate O.P.LOVXIX AwtFiik'lIupt.: I JOHN. L. HOWARlJ,Au|>erliiu>iidvut, TO-WASHINGTONBALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA: ,
Sltls, or myelitis and this Is one of tho Jacksonville iTIIKO. Fla. i. Yout ltugau-'.,Jaeksouvme" ,Fla.
u, most diseases by which the shown In the second cut by a writer U. HGKK. T. MU 0 Bo..UnCG..u.Mew York NEW YORK, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE ATLANTA -
frequent who describes It thus: As can be seen,, WM.'J> L VI M A! CO.,OnF.l A Kent.,
flock l The name meningitis all tbe slats composing It are upright, B BowU.*ar....N._York IX ao. Ixilawur ATO.,Philadelphia. I BIRMINGHAM, MEMPHIS. CHATTANOOGA
.Is derived
from the word menlnges
which Is the name' glvon to the'mew- obviating thereby the use of corner ";";. ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY.
,
supports for as put together tbe slats .
X>rane covering the substance of the lap at the corners sod being well naIl- ,.,. and all Points East and West.
spinal nerve or cord (and the,, brain as ed afford great firmness to the whole
well), and, while It la a serious diseaseso .
affair This Is of decided
convenience
far It becomes worse when the substance NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS 5ERV1CB LIKE THIS
In that tbe crate can thus be made of
;' of the cord or nerve Itself Is In- dry goods boxes and the like: simply The New York and FloridaExprelSs
volved. This Is one of the most common wltb saw and hammer nails and ,
sQnie
diseases of the sheep. It causes leather Via savannah sad Charlotte, If.O.
some straps for handles one on ,
J paroxysms of convulsions, as when the each side. .J'r I (The New .York and Florida Limited: '
nit' animal Is unable to stand and 1 y .
falls The shape of this crate remember, Via Savannah and 01a..1e.. N.o.
with the neck and bead',.drawn backor should be rectangular, for then If one ., ."" I .. I' .. .. .. .The United States Fast Mail, '
to one side or when It Is seized with 'wishes to load '
a number of them Intoa i I' VI.S..DD and Charlotte, N. C.
a! fits of trembling or stands with the wagon box It can be done with perfect .The Cincinnati and Florida Limited
bead resting against a fence wall. ,
or a
ease. Indeed, If put to use In this '
In the moro serious farm of this disease manner'the' crate Is Indispensable for This Space Reserved the' Via .1'.s.p.
;; as when the braIn la also affected .
harvesting apples, potatoes turnips. Through Vestibuled Trains--Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars.
there are trembling and cramps carrots, beets, and so on. By making ,
all over the body of swallowIng Through:' Coaches--Elegant Dining Cars.
dltllculty up enough of them which can be done
and complete Inability to stand. on rainy days to fill a wngorrbox load Florida
and the animal falls on Its side with after load of vegetables and fruit can East Coast Railway'sCorrected BETTER MIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE.

outstretched limbs" which are extended be taken from the field with a single
and Incapable of movement. Of course, handling, which not only saves much Through Pullman Sl..pluc Cars bet__n Jaok.onvlll and Clnoiivnatl

as the great spinal l nerve controls tho time but lessens the'dauger of bruises ,O., Via Asbevllle.. N. O.,and Knozrllle, Through
action of the digestive organs the appetite and In case of fruits like apples and Time- able. "THE LAND OF THE SKY.,"
falls and nutrition Is stopped. pears this Is an Item of the gravest .
Thus the disease la almost fatal
always ,
ri Through Train via Southern Railway are now Operated In connection with
after a few hours or, It may be ,- ,
:; the Plant
} days, the vital organs all being more .. System from Jacksonville.
or less Involved. The serious nature of .
the disease being recognized. It becomes li r/; \.lA\ ,\ far Rates,Sohednlea and Information call on or addressA.

the part of wisdom to preventIt "JI..o-"r" : \, GIRARDBAU. T. P. A.. or W. T. COSBY, T. P. A.,
by every precaution possible. The iI I 313 f West Bay Street. Jacksonville Fla.
most effective way Is to prevent It by .' RANDALL CLIFTON Diitrlol Passenger Agent, Savannah Oa.
taking care to protect this most sensitive J. M. GULP W. A. TURK S. IL HABDWIOK
part of tbe body from the cold i 'framo Wa Manager, Gen. P.... Aft., Ant.Wen P_. .&"",
I I I II Ih hlaccoD. P. O. Wa Uln ,,>a.D. C. Atlanta,(*..
;F and waste of vital1 heat and force by .
I I --.. .. .. _. --
the abstraction of warmth due to tbe ) 1 -
,
evaporation of the moisture held In j
the fleece. This acts as a sodden "-
blanket on the most sensitive part of l MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

the animal and chilling the body paralyzes .
the nervous action and produces
CRATB FOB POTATOES TURNIPS, KTO. Florida, New York

saying serious that Inflammation.disease of It this goes kind without Is to Importance, the enduring qualities of Ocean Sto lid ship Co. Philadelphia and Boston.

be prevented by' taking requisite precautions all such depending chiefly on their be From Brunswick(direct),to New York.
p and protecting the flock from Ing kept whole and nice. 1 yS PASSENGER SERVICE.
undue exposure especially at this time Provided tbere Is only one man to "Savannah Line'Fast 'rf To make connection with steamer, leave Jacksonvilleon
handle Thursday at ft 20 a.m.,via Fernauillna and" Bafford"
of the when cold them crates holding half a 0ev
,,1 year rains are to be (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick 6:30 Dinner.
elCl t.\cted. bushel each are plenty large' enough hart: Rai1. Part 1'Soa..... "- 'route. Or. via all rail, leaving Jacksonville 8:20 p.m.I. m. (F. C.
In some countries It Is the custom to but where two pairs of hands are present A! P.). via Everett and Southern R'y. FaMengers taking supper -
Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from aboard steamer that night.
ft protect the sheep by waterproof Jackets to take them In charge It Is bet-

fastened to the flecco over the ter to have them as large again: at Florida to New York, Boston and the East. PROPOSED SAILINGS
least.
{ loins or to grease the wool along the Kept properly I)' housed such
back so as to shed the water from the crates will, last one" lifetime.. ; LT.New York:,Pier 21 E.R.,3 COp) m., (Standard Time.) I.T.Brunswick.

:Friday, Deo 1 ............10.....,.. -.COLORADO...,....,.........,..........Frlday.Deo. Sis
sheep. Dry coM 1 has no such effect as SHORT RAIL RIDE TO SAVANNAH. :Friday.Deo s.......... ...............RIO GRANDE............ ..........,...Friday, ..
the wet baa, for the evident reason Searlrt Vetch For the .o.t Su 1 Friday, IS............:.. ..................COLORADO ...... .............. ......Friday. 61
,' that a dry three In a safe and effective A promising new winter forage plant Thence via Ship Balling from Savannah. 'c Friday 23!: ................. ....BIO ORANDE..w....Friday. :W

protection from It. It Is the wet that Is the scarlet vetch (Viola fulgens) For cenerallntormatioa.teaman, trains,rate, etc., apply to
Dinks to the skin FOUR SHIPS EACH WEEK TO NEW YORK. TWO TO BOSTON.
Rulls there evaporated found )by Dr. Trabut director of the BASIL out, Agent 220 W.Bay JacksoavUle..
by the heat of the body. This takes Algerian experiment: station. It Is .-All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. H.H.RAYMOND,General Southern Agent,Brunswick Ga. ,, .
the heat from the skin aud causes lu- grown with w Inter oat or rye to serveas Information schedules
1 u teuiie cold. Ono Write for general tailing stateroom reservations, or call on C.H.MA.LLOBY.General'ApDt,Pier 20,B.River and 885 Broad''a.1Y.; ...
may easily! understand a support and yields In Algeria five '
this effect by tons of E. H. HINTON, WALTER HAWKINS,
dipping tbe hand lu. good hay per acre. This speciesIs
even, warm water aud blowing on It. a near relative of the hairy vetch *. Traffic Manager, Oen'l Agt.; Traffic Department. ,

for the evaporation thud produced produces which bns proved to be a most valuable Savannah, Oa.. 231 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
If You '
excessive: cold due ti. the drawIng forage plitnt In the south, and deserves Have Not .
of tho warmth from the skin to a careful trial since It Is likely .
a change the water Into vnpor. Tbs) to be found even more vigorous and resistant "
k waste of beat U enormous for to pro to drought according\ ,; to thee pLANT SYSTEM. .
e t .; duce oaporatluti of water requires! th lust, rpx>i't on Hoed and plant Introductions Found What Poll Want. '
j expenditure of uearly 1WH degrees of of the department of agriculture.
.,.; .
heat while It needs! only 180 to make ,
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water boll. Thus .(,
the quantity of beat there taken are B from% times the Smear Can Industry fn G.orart.. If ;you are going anywhere whether It be to the For a Home, suppose you take a trip down and loe'k; at our

t sheep's back by the drying,of a wet of The trade president has, been of pursuing the Savannah an Inquiry board North, South, East, West, Fruit. and Garden Lands along the '.,j.. ,

fleece as would be required to make Into the advisability of the Northwest >:1 "
sugar cane or Southwest.
this water evaporated boll. The 111 results Industry and he Is thus reported: "I East Coast ..
of this chilling. may thus be easI- have become SYSTEM of and .;;)
more convinced at each Remember that the PLANT Railways Steamship Lines with ,:
ly reeolrns! '() .. /. ..... .
step that sugar vane cultivation as the gateways at Port Tampa, Sanford. Jacksonville, Charleston Moogomery Tlfton t A'
result of present agitation, will soon and various otheV points/wltU Its all the year round DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE "Settlers "K.,!. g'f'' .
Parried.' take rank with cotton as a money crop Information be obtained are flocking in but still there is room.. '..If;you are
Is the best route and that all can promptly by addressing ..' '' "
asked"W hy the did woman you l leave who your was last place and with that far more In large profit degree for Its Georgia producers capital or calling on ),. looking this way, drop a line to ( : .j::$y f,:>.

servant. engaging a will bring- about this result from H. C.'McFadden: Division Passenger Agent. JAS. E. INGRAHAM, 3rd vic( .Pre"ldent,

y "."""hy did,your last girl leave you?" growing the cant to placing the milled ', 133 Went Bay St, Attor.Block; Jacksonville, Fla., ,." JLORIDA EAST .;
was the prompt ret41rt.-Chlca"o Post.i products of It upon the market." ,' COAST R'Y, .
Savannah
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BIVKll ADVOCATE, JAN. 5, 1900, 7

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, TITUSVILLE. JACKSONVILLE. : r

=N IAN RIVER 30TE2.),

TITUSVILLE. The Traveler's Hotel. THE PLAZA HOTELIROCKLEDGE, FLA. \'

INDIAN RIVER, This handsome new hotel], located on the bank of the beautiful Indian River,
In the heart of the far-lamed Indian River orange region, Is now open for the
rt, FLORIDA. Mae N. F. GARCIA Proprietress reception of guosts. A more delightful and attractive locality cannot be
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Imagined than l Rocklodge! with Its: bountiful walks, romantic scenery, boar-
Ing orange groves, line boating, fishing and hunting. Rooms with private
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Complete Service. bath. lutes .UIO) and
= tw J. O. BAST, Proprietor. : per day upwards. Special weekly rates. .
THE'BEST W.OO: FFR DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. 8. H. PECK, Manager.

-- y Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Traveler's. : -- __ .____ __ n. ._ .. ._ .. _. .. ---'"

The hotel fronts on the .- .. .. ._ .- EAU GAL1.1K.
wtdeswee ((7 miles
formed
In width) by the ST. AUGUSTINE.
.r Indian River, making It a .
r{ a delightful summer reiN -
li ui lip'' sort. Constant cool HOTEL MAGNOLIA NOW OPEN Hotel Granada. EAU, GALLIE, FLA.
(F n f'Y'p, breezes from the sea and ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. .
bay. Flowing sulphur
i 1 iu, Ir', spiings. Special summer $12,000 expended on Improvement's and new furnishings last rear, Half way down the East Const, on the bank of Indian Itlver. Best
{ ?l M, rates. and $a.O this season. Hydraulic Klevator, Hot and Cold hunting and flailing point on the Const. Everything new. :No mala'iia.
"Water Itutlison each floor; also Private Maths added to several
Largo rooms good buds, plenty of oranges and a OUAHANTKKI TADLK.:
suites and Heating Arrangement are among the Improvements; .
making this popular house one of the most comfortable and well $2.00 to fcUJO per day Special weekly] rates. ,
Tituavllle Hoarding1 Houses. equipped hotels In the South. Write fur booklet. HALLECIC WELLES, Proprietor NOEL A, MITCHELL, Clerk

PALMER & MAcDOWELL, Proprietors --_. --- --- -- . ... ._- --.. .. -

MRS DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE: FLA. LI)1'N.:

The BUCKINGHAM :TINE: :: .
Board and room, 1.00 per day. When In need of white or rye Bread, pies, ST. AUGU FLA.
,
cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Delsner's City Bakery. ,Yachts, boarding houses,
hotels and families supplied. Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alameda. Wide verandas, picturesquelawns. The Netherby EDEN, On-Indlan-Rlver.

Home-like and comfortable. Rates moderate. ,

BOUKNIGHT'S BOARDING HOUSE TUSVILLE, FLA. GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. One of the ]l'oveliostlocntlons] on the liver. All modem Improvements
Hot and cold baths. Sulphur pilng. Excellent drinking/ water.
.. Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day. Plenty of fruit and lee Fish Oysters and fresh l vegetables In abund
Special rates by week or month. ance. Northern cooking. ]House] handsomely) furnished. with all the
O. BOUKNIGHT: Proprietor. The New Algonquin Hotel comforts of n home. Runts, 'Tuilm slop at Uuxtou station on the
plantation. l'IIIOI\I'Ile disiilct. Mrs M. ,CUKTIS, Manager.
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JACKSONVILLE.: ST. AUGUSTINE, FIA. JKNMKX.Al : '

s r ...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA.... -_._-

Merrill's e \ Under Now and Liberal Management.!
i Mont Centrally Located. Special attention JENSEN, FI OIUl>A.
Hotel I R at h buy OLD C. RUtTON..... 'I'olll'l..t and Commercial travnl. Fresco Hotel \, ,
New Grand view of Day fInd Oouati from Veranda I UHRV AIm COUNTY.J. .
*. The loading Hotel. Open the '
year lound. Uutes $::1! to *J.CC per' day.F. I.. JENSEN, Propiletor.Now .
Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns] River. American plan. O. HAYDEN, Manager.
House; host ncrotnmodiitlonM on the Kant Count; table frat-ehiss] antI
Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill Last Two Years Manmrm' Ocean View Hotel. lively convenience and comfort Hot and cold baths. ; modern Improvements

rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from In the center of the (famous 1'1rlC'appinttlllI| | l ; clusu to the Inlet; Fish and!

$2.50 to $t. per day. Special rates by the week or month............. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Ousters In abundance. Terms modoiate.
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The St. GeorgeST./ TYMCII Don't Full to Stop at Jensen Wlien Visiting Indian Itlver.AVICST .
J. H. DALTON In charge of office. Propiletor.II
C. A. MERRITT, Lessee.
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S. GiiKtcN, Manager.
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Corner of the Plaza and] St. Geoigo Street In the very center of tho

city. Strictly fhst-olass In every respect.' Rah: .2.50; per day and '
Hotel *
]jerritt's Placide. ,
upwards. Special weekly and party rates. THE SEMINOLE. WhYTi.\f, : BRACH, FLA.


PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Under New Management. Open tho Year Round.] Excellence. of t '
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The Culxlno a specialty Rates t-S.fiO( to tU.PO: day. !
only first-class Hotel] In the State conducted on the European per .
This hotel Is now pen for ROOMS ONLY. It In centrally located, near ,
plan only. Our 40 cts., Special Meals] are the most liberal. and PootofTlcn, Bank and Cathedral. SEAGLE\] UURNHAM Proprietors. ,

Rooms, Wets to $1.00 per day; ikl.OO! to $0.00 per week.V. ___u u ____ _.. .. '.
popular served in the city. Open all the year. 'Bus meets all trains. --- -- ----.---.- -_ _--- .. ....., ..---
D. SANCHEZ, Manager.. ---GAINIa91'IL11,1I-
CHAS. COUCH, Resident Manager t "'1
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St.. Georgo+ Stl'I'et.
HOTEL A'BBEY and best Hotel .
Largest ,
THE ST. JAMES JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ST. A AUGUSTINE FLA. BROWN HOUSE, (GAINESVILLE!=, l<'L9nIpA.)

Season 1800-11)00.) Now Open. This delightfully located hotel, near the City Gates, overlooking ,
old Fort Marion and the bay, now open for the season, under the ....THOUOUOIILY( OVERHAULED ANI RENOVATED.... '
The St. James needs no introduction to visitors to Florida.] From a small be .
of P. M. Snares of the Kvorott: House ,
management Saratoga
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ginning/ 180J! the St. James has increased in size and added to its appointments 3 mo. H.' BOWKJf, ,.
with Increased popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. Springs, N. Y. For rates and other particulars apply to .Manager, formerly'"I'luolde' ," Jacksonville, Fill.'
The location is unsurpassed, being on the highest ground in Jacksonville, 1'. M.'SUAREZ, St. Augustine, Fla.
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facing; the St. James Park. Baggage checked to all points. The Everett House, Saratoga, Springs, N. Y., will be open June 1, 1000. - -
Its music, as In the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed. Prouty's
Orchestra, and will be of the high grade. This house, as in the past, Is under F<:>I lt S.A.LE.
the management of J. R. Campbell, and everything will be done for the comfort AnIUOIOZI: .
and pleasure of guests. Address by mall or telegraph,
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. Hotel with Seven Cottages anct.iO
THE? COLONNADES SEABREEZE, FLA., Twenty minutes
I by 'bus from DAYTONA Station Acres of Land.
WINDSOR HOTEL...
Electrlo Light, Steam heat, Private baths, Boating, Fishing,Surf
Bathing, Ocean pier and pavilion. Host bicycle roads In the

State. Buy tickets via F. E. C. H'y to Daytona. .

J. P. VININO, Manager. '

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GRAHAM HOTEL PALATKA, FLA.
Brick Hotel], Overlooking St. Johns. River. b'' t,
Rates $2.50/( per day. Weekly and monthly], rates. Convenient to nil
boat landings.and Railroad Depots. J, WATKINS: LEE, Prop.
N Also Proprietor of tha Old Sweet Springs, W. Va. I r Av.rr aJ

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RATES, $2.50 and upward.OPPOSITE CITY- PARK.- DODGE CULLENS. [

Hotel College Arms DELAND, FLORIDA.Is '' Y 1,

I WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets, sc' W",1
, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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about one hundred miles south! of Jacksonville Is of easy access to travelersby
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open the Plant System, being on the DeLand Branch, five miles from' fleresford vY"; I 1't' ,
It located on high, rolling pine land. There are orange groves and pleasant
ed this season, Flu'e cooking and good table. Hot and Cold water drives In the vicinity. There are some fifteen miles of shell roads about the

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All town, making it a paradise for riders. The sanitary arrangements are of the Located at SARNO, three quarter of a mile south of EAU OALLIE
latest and most Improved. The hotel Is lighted bv electricity and heated with
street cars pass the door. Rooms 60o, 73o and $1 a day: Rooms and steam, while In every room la an open fireplace. There has been an additionof FLOUIDA, on the Kau Gullie River, less than half n mile from the
seventy-five rooms with private baths, are single] or en suite. The cuisine Indian River, and two and a half mile from the Ocean. The property
board 2.00 to $2.50 per day. will be kept at a high standard- jr t-clull livery stable connected, The is two hundred mile south of Jacksonville, on the }'IoridayEea Coast
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. milk and cream supplied by a private dairy of Jersey cows. Vegetables are Hallway, with the Railroad Station adjoining the property Buildings
from the home farm. The water I. supplied from an Artesian well. Terms,
$3 per day and upward. Special to families. For further Information addressC. erected In 189ft) and some of them have never been occupied, the. origInal -

W, niPLEY, Manager, Hotel College Army DeLand., Fla. owner having died n few months after their completion.The .
New Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Ripley's] Summer Resort, ItieSlpplcan, Marion: aHI, hotel was opened for about two month prior to the owner's

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Under entire new management. Newly] furnished and renovated. Cool], Poultry Xotfm' For October. the most substantial, manner and lire now in excellent condition. Tho

quiet, and comfortable. Electric lights and bell Croquet,tennis and Prepare for winter In this month. Whit. DVr.a.tt. Co.k.r.... hotel ancTroUagM are completely fut nished, and very little of the fur-
bowling alleys. Good fishing and boating. Special table d'hote dinners Examine carefully roofs and windows This group( of Wblte Wyandotte niture has ever been lined There are two artesian wells twenty cisterns

served every day at 0 p. m. We supply the table with fresh vegetablesfrom and make nel'e""nry.rl'pnlrl. cockerels was bred and raised by Mr. connected, with sewer sic. ,
our own garden; fresh eggs! and chickens from our own poultry Whitewash Inside of coops thorough' The property cost the original owner $18,000 and will be sold at a
Pay us a visit. Within ly adding an ounce of carbolic acid to above the .
yard; good rich cream from our own cows. sacrifice. The cut fairly represent property.For
two blocks of the Ostrich Farm. Few 'phone 317. each pall of wash. particulars to or address] ,
Kerosene rooms upper and under EZRA, F. HATCH, Hon. I). OAULDKN: Ww. A. WARNOCK.
sides. r Caretaker on premises.. Attorney: for Owner, Agent fur Owner.
GRAND VIEW Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Gather road dust or dry sand fit: Eau Gallic, Florida. Tltunvllle, Fla. Jamaica, N. Y.
dust boxes and put a layer of sand In -.- -- . .. -.----.-.-. -. --- -. -.--
the bottom of each nest box. House a

Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new Post Office and quantity of dust or sand for winter. 3STIC .A.aEND'SDEPOT''FOR:

Government Buildings; centrally located on Forsyth street, between sufficient to last until spring. T yr. :c .
If early batched pullets are fniiy matured
high and spacious grounds. Very pleas-
Bridge and Clay street.oo
coop them as you Intend them to ;
ant Parlor, Office and Dining Room, also] large and airy sleeping apartments remain for the winter. It Is not safe to

single or en suite, well and newly furnished with ,Modern Improvements move them after they start laying. It .,-. i.. .....MWilu.nrBrSargeatef
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and Cold Water Baths, eto. Popular T ,, .1_ Rochester
; Electric Bells, Hot ""IIIIDterrere with/ the egg yield. Weed Bartholomay's Beer.
Prices E. H. SANBORN,Proprietor. out poor specimens and keep ooly' th.be.t. ", ..r ?
botU male'and female. #
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite A few ,drop. of,tincture of Iron In the ,. ...., Floe Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
HOTEL; OXFORD St. James Hotel drinking'"water will tone up your moltIng "\I- -- ,
9IEKOIIANTH LUNCH 12 to 2 P. M.'.2rt CENTS. .
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130 W St.'Jacksonville Florida
'Prices are'good for spring roisters.Take LaD al M.... Bay ,
r Convenient turbt'.<,the city.commodious rooms, omtoftobland erf,
hom Hk*, and special efforts made to give >n "wito stop at the Oxford a R1...- ,4ulltace'.t them. ;Tbq'pictar.'wss'.! fro0i a .Photo.
ant Stay. JUuiwy reasonable.- Give the Oxford trial "when In JaekDTlUe "Advert* fps sale any stock; ;.may graph a od 'reproduced. ; In Vanrr Pet.tT1 RcnncrjhoAIylGATE! ,
l ;1 : (] 'doesobi s ;Plinting.INDIAN
"wish.: to.,4UlpoM qf. Country ,OmUeman. f : ; .
FINLSY Pro f "
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 5, 190J.
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v P $ "COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CHRISTMAS J.AGRANGE.\ ROBBINS & GRAHAMWILL Carroll d& Goldsaaiith.,

PROCEEDINGS.
According to the time-honored custom GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All Kinds

the good people of LaGrange and vicin- ...L ",, :y ors... ,
TITUSVILLK, December, 1809.! ity met at the Church on Saturday evening Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited.
previous to Christmas, in commemoration
Board of Commissionersmet
The County
Present of the birth of our Savior, and PRACTICE: IN STATE ANDUNITED TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
to adjournment. :
pursuant Mendel! .1. to distribute the gifts: which Santa Glaus
J. R. Walker, chairman; J. ,
STATES COURTS.
had brought for the children, young and
and J. N.
Houston, Wm. II. Sharpe,
Waller; A. A. Stewart, clerk; J. P. old.The & Motlow < /
business services commenced promptly at Lesley <
ANHEUSER BUSCH Brown, Sheriff. The following ,
,,THE was transacted, to wit: The minutes; of seven o'clock, by singing by the whole Abstracts of Title
audience, and then we were favored by RENAKEB A CO.
and Successors LOSLEY )
.last meeting was read approved. ( to .
Brewing Asso's.Famous Hunting licenses were Issued by the recitations and singing by the Sunday '

4 Clerk, of the Court to P. Lorillard and School exercises scholars did exceedingly; all who/ took well,part but In the the Furnished to lands In Brevard and Dade Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Buns, Gins and Whiskies
the last 80days and
L. Allen during
Wm. ;
St. Louis Kfg and Hot. tlio money turned over/ to the treasurer. trio of the Gruber children was simply Counties.We Bottled Beers; Ales and Stout.A .
tied Iloer.doltl admirable, and I doubt if It could be ex-
Tie County Judge made his monthly
/ by Mew. Ixmley' & Motlow.Tltn statement of licenses/ l Issues during the celled by any children of like age In the First-class Line of Cigars. .** Billiard and Pool Tables.

.vill. ., Kla. month of December, which was examined state, and that was the universal opin- have a large list of solicited. and careful attention
By Mr. n. I. MoOnw. Uncoil, Via.By ion of all who had the pleasure hearing Family and hotel trade Prompt !given to mall
Mr. W .1.Tucker Cucoa and. and approved.On them. After the services of the children orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY MOTLOW, Titusvllle,Fla.
Port Pierce, Fla. motion tho jury list of 310 names to
for the 1000 was then the distribution of the gifts of Santa LANDSowned : : : "
serve as jurors year -----
Claus from the beautiful Christmas tree

JOSEPH ZAPF drawn. road of II. S. took place, and to vary the usual custom Protect Your
On motion the report INSURANCE FIRE
ourselves and clients. Price
by
Williams Chas.Cleveland and J. O. Fries a new agent: of Santa was selected to
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Sole Agent. make the distributionand who do you Property Against ,
be _
was accepted and notices ordered to for unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00 .
don't all at
think It WASP Now
pouted according to law., guess LXG-EJTN"XN"G-:: : OYOLC>NlDS.
but I think I hear Aunt Nettle and .
,010 to 020[ West Bay Street, TIle County Treasurer made his monthly once, per acre.
statement on the different funds of the Burrell Ives say, why, Uncle Tom, of I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. county, which were examined and ap- course; and they are right To have a Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
proved. John Houston and J. N. Waller\ Christmas tree at LaGrange and not have Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
WE have a few Residence, Orange
were appointed a committee to destroy Tom Johnson to distribute t.beIlts/ For. Rates,, Information, etc, call on or address) CIIAS. S.,SCHUYLER,
JOHNSON LAW COMPANY the warrants turned over by the treasurer would be like having mince pie, without Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable Titusvllle, Fla.
AS schedule. The committee having any filling In It. But I don't thlnjc Tom

performed per their duties were discharged. felt very good that night when! for he did not locations. Prices Reasonable. '
also had certificate say one blessed word be landed
The treasurer a
EDISON LALANDE, attached showing; that the balances were. them out, but just' kept as silent and INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

SAMPSON NO.2, delimited' In the Indian Itiver State Bank. quiet as he usually does. J TITUSVILLE
The decorations of the Church and OFFICES TITUSVILLE FLA. "
ffo motion the bill of 13. McDonald for 1 and MIAMI.: ,
and DRY BATTERIES, the tree were beautiful It seems each
$5 to bury a pauper wan ordered paid. the how It doesI Is prepared to furnish Ice In any qUl\ntlty-8acked or loose. Special attention
FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION. Letter received from W. H. Milton, year excells: present one;
President of the Florida Reform School, do not know, but It is a fact all the i paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.T. .
:. and too much credit cannot be East Coast Meat MarketG.
stating that salt school was now open same, : T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
the hands. who
given to willing so earnestly
for Inmates. _.
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Petition received from citizens of Wave- labor to please all.
land for Improvement in their roads; the All present received something, froma F. DUREN, Agent. t

name was referred to the Superintendent bag of peanuts and candy to a wagon t== ::gCD A NICE CLEAN SMOOTH SHAVE
of Roads and the Commissioner from load of useful. presents, and I am surecall; a, c:::. ,
that district. were well pleased with the entertain P-> -...,..

On petition of C. B. Magruder prayingfor ment. C'-I
of road In front of Many friends from TitusvtUe, Mime, : : W2s '' when
change; public \ you can always get; you use a Griffons
Mrs. L. POWO'H, south of Uockledge the Turnbull and Sun Beam were present ::
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Board appointed A. L. Hatch, II. S. William and on behalf of the /goad people of La- .Rv t b razor We have the finest stock of high

and J. O. Fries to mark view and Grange. I am requested\ to thank them --t u ti A. grade, fine tempered steel Griffon razors,
their for their attention, and cordially Invite .
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layout the same, and make reportto u .l
the Board on the flrsB Tuesday In them to come next time. ,. 'rd that are guaranteed to be the best and most

February xxxx.WEATHER _. C'-I j / satisfactory that is made. Our stock of fine!
The Superintendent of Road! made his =' 5V
) monthly report which wa examined and REPORT. -CDC'I ,. + cutlery in,table ware, pocket knives, razors,
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approved.On = r scissors and shears are the best manufag-)
motion the following bills wore TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

Full lino of Electrical Supplies. audited and ordered to be paid: By Rev. Jas. II. White observer for I/I yips 'J tured.

JOHNSON LAW CO. J Mendel I County Oommltttnoner.t 2 40 Weather Bureau, U. S. Government.
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J Walker, 2 00 SUMMARY: FOR DECEMBER, 1800. I 1
George Peeples..
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S3& ,51 W. Fomyth at. Jncluonvllle, Fla. .. JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
W H 7 00
Sharpe, Highest temperature on the 13th./ 7S.O ,
J Houston, 11 20 Loweat" SOst. 87.5 I ?:1:. ...ps.r

TIle Brcvc.'y J N Waller, ". 2140J Mean for the month. 02.5: / OldOlbfion bnlldhuc.next ..,Tinsmith, TITUS VI LLE, FLORIDA
K Walker, rndne for jail :H5 Average mean for 18 years 62.3 door to Carruth- .
O1O West Day St Jacksonville, C H Walton, prt'g for Clk'n office '7 75 Highest In 188. 7.0 ers' barber.
game warden's notice 1 7S Lowest '< '4 '. 18Si8.0/ WasbrngtoiiAve' TITUSVILLE, FLA.

FINE tt II adv. tax statement. 1 00 Rainfall In Inches ,.. .. 2.48 Tlnsmlthlng, Roofing, Gutteringand LOST. .

Wines and A A Stewart, clerk's contcondem Average for 22 years, . ?, 2.32 all kinds of repair work promptly ..
Liquors Cigars.
nation suits, 15/ 12 Greatest in 1888, 8 53
II attending Co Court 18 ((15 attend d.to. Least 188!!), ... 000
Anheuaer Dnoh Extra Pale on Draught. II II auditor Co Comms'nt O.'IBO: Prevailing: direction of wind. . NW .Work from down tie River solicited We offer several pairs, most men's

Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. II accountant : ... 150> Number of clear days 23: ,. ,9 $3.50, 4.00), and $3.00; ; sizes 7, 7}
l The boat of Service and a pleasant qulot recording deed. .. 260 .. "fair , , 6
and I 0, now at. , .. ,
BOHOrt JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr. Clerk Circuit Court. 12 05 cioudy . ., , :3 J MAINHARD BROS., '
I R State Bank, Int on warrants. 35 45 days with rain, ., 0
Brevard Co S U'k 2174 ...JUST DALE'
Island Home
CANCER Florida Star, printing for Ct Court 3 05T and

CURED at HOME Wetmore, co. . 1 ::10) Meriltts Island, Fla. Cleaning Dyeing .. .Send us yourorders for BUTTERICK PATTERNS. ..
T J Cockshutt, regst'n/ officer 1241

NO KNIFE NO CAUSTIC. I) L Gaulden, attorney's fees. ,. 100)) (0))) Death of Mr. Morrow. Establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing Chas. A. Gardner Titusville Fla.
TREATMENT I'AINLKSH. s' ,
county judge 2500 cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed.
Bellevlew Sanitarium, T A Johnson wood, clerk's office 2 00
Another of old residents lies been
DELLEVIEW R A Conkllng, ferryman, 0 00 our JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
FLORIDA. laid to rest. Mrs. Robt Morrow JOHN
peacefully
R. WALKER
)) Cain, ,_ 000(j( ,
I E L Brady, mdse for jail , 50\ widow of the late Senator Harrow,

J P Brown, janitor. 5\ 00 died at her residence at Sunbeam, in the Christmasand Furniture :
I rat NEAR & TAYLOR .t jailor , , .. .. 3000)) suburbs of Titusvllle, Monday morning:, 1 Ice Cream Parlor.
: .. and was burled In the Tltunvllle Cemetery NewBuyers. Years
comras'rs 400
wt'e! on oo sr
tt ", feeding dogs 200 on Tuesday. Deceased leaves one Millinery : : Soda Water
:i ;' ,
fi' Artesian WellCONTRACTORS son, Jake Morrow, to mourn her loss. ,
M Goldsmith
prosecuting att'y 33: 33 ....
J Men.iul, copying/ minutes , 500\ ) Goods j: (Fount and bottles.)
i 1i J Henry, commission as treasurer 01 15M : Remember that the INDIAN RIVEB Dry ,
.; II Goldsmith, bal on oondem suits :35: 00 ADVOCATE does all kinds. of job printing Have just received an elegant/ line of i Cigars & Tobacco.

1 :! I )! M S Jones, attorney for old case.. 20 00 at short notice. Send them an order flits, rainiDH, walnuts, Illbertj.\ almonds, ,Notions etc.
1- r- Eaa Gallte, Fia. V Chalice, mdse for Jail , 140 and be convinced that It Is the place to pecans, bananas; oranges, cocoanuts, Confectionery etc.
u u tt II dried and also ,
prisoners. ., 85! have job printing: \ done. peaches.'aprlcots apples; "
---. ------ -- ., -. ------ paupers. .. 480 call you attention to our candy, the best "Star Building ("at the old stand")
Cumney, tt 3 BO and purest In the market, Is put up In
For Sule. Pauper list, , .. 12400Elootrlo ( -Do you filter your drinking water? fine one pound boxes or the cheaper Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mail orders receive 'promptand

14 choice land Light Co" . ." I 000 grade 30) pound pails. Can buy In any careful attention. Yours for business, JNO. R. WALKER.
acres nt Georgian, J O Rast feeding jul)' circuit 01... 0 60 quantity. All kinds of canned goods
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fronting Indian and Banana Rivera, partly McDanlel, burying pauper. 5 00 A Beautiful and Valuable Home Our stock nice and fresh, A I. Money

cultivated.Address;; $1,100.00; terms to suit. S J Norton, wood for jail .".. 5 00 for Sale. at a llargraiii, saved customers

COUKTLANIl, BUCKMAX J 0 Fries, supt of roads .. 67\ 00 John B. Massa GAY '
'. roads, ,
surveying 22 00 *
22 Hogiiu at., Jacksonville, Fla. At Mloco, on Indian river, Flit., consisting -
R B LaRonche, work on road dill 2 10 (0)() ; of 104, acres, a well built, two- 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. BROTHERS'GROCERS.
A "
Cleveland 82 (00
story house, 7 rooms; a. two-storyatore
l ggs for Hatching. OII Williams, 3 2 00 building\ 18x32ft., handsome front lawn, The Three '
B J Stewart account ( Whys.
contract D" 5000T shaded by palm. trees; a :HOO foot dock;
A Robinson "
White Plymouth Rock the coming R.I, La Itoache, 8. .. 1125( ,250; budded orange, tangerine/ and grape- .
18. 2103
fowl, exclusively" Stevens' fruit trees 150: sour trees, ready to bud
Imperial ; ;
KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD
U C Houston acct WHY We make Feature of
building lighter 60\ 00( a Special our
train mated 000 stock artesian well
: with cocks Imported fromA. young nursery ; with stale food when
K A you can
Conkling, repairing landing 3 00
C. Hawkins the famous breeder / 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distributed
of
buy the Southern' Home Mocking Bird
S F Gibbs
Root .
contract 3000
no 12.: Mail Order
Hocks. Eight breeding after over place 1 acre wood shed for pine-
pens Jany. work on bridge .. .. 2483E ; Food fresh every day at 25o: per Ib ; sent Department.
lit ( few hundred Porto Rloo
111110.
Price to suit everybody. apples; a pine. .
anywhere JOo extra to
True road pay freight.
II. FIIIKDLANDKII work. ... . Ii 00 railroad station
: lotcrlaohen Fla. apple plants on west
C II Rook .t . . ; Buffer from
:35 73: line of this place; tramway running to WHY CHILLS & FEVER Knowing how difficult it la In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
S J Norton, acct contract no 18, 100(10( river'front on the east. This place to be when you can !get a bottle of CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them filled
y' The Orlando Nurseries C II Kook, II II 32: 30 00 appreciated must be seen. TIle very Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonlo, guaran- promptly'and carefully; and wo know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.

A A Ford, game warden. .. ". 4000 handsomest place on the river, The teed to cure for 60o. We carry the most complete stock: of any Grocery House In East Florida, and have

OITor for November and December delivery S C'hllds, repairs In clerk's office 6 00 land la of the best hammock. Orange WHY suffer from a splitting\ HEADACHE many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.
U & W U Drew A Co \
15H)0( choice buddod orange and for stationery trees nearly all In bearing now. when you can get a bot- =:r SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST. .
office 4 30
supervisor's tie of Thomas' Headache Cure that will
Apply to D. L. GAULDEN Atty., ,
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grape fruit trees; are four years old; sour J P Brown, feeding prisoners. 45: 60 Titusvllle\ Fla. cure you In short order for 100. '
orange stock! 5OIH sure hearing fig o F Conk1in// criminal pros. 202: ,
trees, Pencil Plum, Peurand Persimmontrees A A Stewart, criminal pros ct ct 2 60 II. R. THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist E. A. ADDELL
all leading and best varieties. J P Brown, 0 20)) LaVilla Pharmacy,

33,000! camphor trees Imported seed. M Goldsmith, fees. . 10 (00 j( VISIT the most peculiar and InterestIng JACKSONVILLE, FLA: ,
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Everything\ carried by first-class nursery. The board adjourned to meet again sight In America .. Miami City and Dade County
Write for
to
prices, Oro.: II. Wnioirr, the first Tuesday. In February THE FLORIDA.OSTRICH P. L. Turbyfill, Real Estate

Manager Orlando! Nurseries. Bureau.

THE 'TITUSVILLE BOARD OF Livery Feed and Sale Stables.
Tile Gent Harbor Shop. TRADE. Farm ,
-A select list of -

Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving Shampooing The above Board held their annual I have some of the finest horses and Bny BiMcnyuc :Property:

etc., Porcelain" Unth Tul' with meeting In their rooms over the Postolllce JACKSONVILLE. carriages In this section of the country. .

Electrical Baths attached.. Everything Wednesday evening, for theelection City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable/ Tracts of all sizes for.tnvestments. and
E up-to-date. 0. P. IIi'NTlNoroN, Prop. of officers for the ensuing year. Call aud see rue. Reasonable rates. Prosphate
r 333: West Buy St Jacksonville. Judge Minor S. Jones wan elected ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.

president; Attorney ((Jeo. M. Robbins, P. L. TURBYFILL/ For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
vtco-preHldent; Dr. J. .11[, Dixon, treasurer .
E3T Subscriber,your attention Is drawn ; and J. G. HaRt, re-elected secre Waynesville, North Carolina ARMOUR A CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,

to the name-anI date slip pasted upon tary. The Executive Committee wereele..tod Tan Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. v Chicago, 111.

jour paper or wrapper. If you lIre. In as follows: R. W. Rhodes, Geo. r Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI. FLORIDA.
arrears, please remit. all. Robbins and I:. L. Brady HAVE You a crop of Early Vegetables,

The next regular meeting will be hold Oranges, Pines, etc., to ship PWe =
next Wednesday. evening, when a num- IE33 .3. MIMS J, Tr.DEALElt TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Little Drown Jug Water. Filters .1.2\: ber of new members will bo entered. A Nr can nse your consignments to advantage -

and $2.60: Claude Walton, agent attendance Is requested.The We will\ please you. Stencils on IJT-

.. Board Is In 1v..r) flourishing application.\ Correspondence solicited.

[Send the AnVoCATK nn order for any financial condition which is. a matter of KAISER BROS.,
Job congratulation to Its members. -
printing you need.]
Wholesale Commission Merchants, 1
Knoxville Tenn. __ CO
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-One of the TitiiHvllle r. lInlry. -
anti-germ water filters C' oo.

can be seen working at the ADVOCATE Mrs. Geo. Cook of Titusvllle is Nearly 200 el Palmetto Drug Store, Daytona. .
once See ad. on :3rd now [ frnttablr< standing tto 10 feet
page. prepared to do laundry work of bllh. weighing'BO to*M pounds each. Ostrich! e.
description. All work: guaranteed.every ne w batched, ea K .ostrtch.ttting. and baby ostriches Drugs, medicines,chemicals,fine toilet ... I
just
,- Reading notice ads. on this page Leave ydur washing at G. F. .Duron's (Olude escort visitors through the farm, explaining ] soaps, brushes,' combs perfumery and
are live cents per line per week.. corner, store, opposite ADVOCATE office.' all about the birds,their nests, habits fancy toilet articles In great variety.
pln..e. eta M. UcaTO.f, propr.-J ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS, BLACKSMITHING: ETC.



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