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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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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: March 9, 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
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00062
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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VOL. 2O. NO. a. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH *), 10OO- PRICE, 60.

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LOCAL NEWS IF YOU WANT SOMETHING elegant -Do not !go north without taking a -Dr. W. L. Huffhlett made a Hying HUNTING AND FISHING ON Springs' Vt., during the coming,:!: summer.
in dental work, go to Dr. Dodson.Mr. trip on the OkUwaha River See ad. bn trip to town yesterday This Is a pretty little hotel In one of the
2nd THE EAST COAST. most delightful localities In the Green
And Topics of General Interest. \ E. J. Trlay, one of Jacksonville's our page.Attorney.A. -Mrs. N. Saunders, one of Eden's Mountain\ State! tho spring water rapidly
politicians, was a recent visitor to town. D. Penney went to Cocoa prominent residents, arrived in town and medicinal
C. M. Merrlok, of New Brighton, Pa., growing: famous for Its purity -
and General Gossip In connection -Born to Mr. and Mrs N. A. Stumpe, on ]legal business Satuiday, returnIng yesterday. who Is .a guest of the Ormond, has properties. Tho hotel Is modern In
Society the afternoon of the day.
with IJIsoayne Bay, Lake Worth Indian, on Tuesday morning, March (Kb, a on same -Mr. J.V'. Ilruner, a well known caught!; about 78 trout up to date this Its appointments, and under the management
and Halifax Hirers, Key Went daughter. Mother and child doing well. -Dr. Jno. M Dixon Is having his store resident of Ooorglann, was a pleasant ,season. of Mr\ Taylor, assisted by his talented
Banana and oaller at thU otllco\ wlfo have doubt the venture
building at the corner of Washington yesterday.Ir. we no
and all other Important Points along the -The Indian River Band, with the / One day last week Mr.\ C. I). Blakcs-
Julia W. R. Knox. will be a grand success.
Kant Coast of Florida. Brief mention of addition of a clarionet, will give some streets painted by J. It. Terry, of Southold, N. Y., buy caught/ In the St. Luclo fiver not far

Interesting; Events from Various Fart very good concerts on the band stand in -Senator Jas. P. Tallaforro, of Washington who has been in town.a few days, looking from Sluart: the blggost catch of the The sate of the Hotel Indian River

of the World I About People You Know the future. D. C., ban the thanks of the An- after his interests, left for home on Season, consisting of over tiKM( ), pounds furniture, fittings, !large orange grove
and People You Don't Know Picked VOCATK for a present of several packages Tuesday.Mr. of llsh at one bout with his sale; Of those land, etc, at Uocktcdge, referred to In
-Senator 1\[. S. and have
Quay family
np by Our Society. Editor and a large staff been enjoying themselves at their winter of garden seed. J. Pierpont.ltorganNow! York'sfnmouft .HX( ) Ibs. wore' shipped from our two fish last wock's A tlvnC 'TIC, took place. nt thoCouit

of Correspondents ncattered along the I home at St. Icicle, this week. The Sen- -Col. C. V. Horton and Mr. T Watson banker ami financier, passed houses. If nny one doubts those figures house door, Tltusvllle on Monday.
Coast of FI..rhla.TIlE they can write to Mr. !iStouhon or Mr. The above owned by Mr.
Kant
> property' wits
ator delights to haul in tho tarpon, at Merrill\ members Canaveral Club, have through TitiiHvllli, Wednesday, 'on a had
of btulU't.Ir.: one
Young Blakcsloy well-known
the owner -
Michael
which he is an adept. been enjoying a. visit to the Royal Poiu- III'eclaltmlll, on"routo to Palm peach, F. Dwyer
ADVOCATE, cll\nal'ull11, Bunch, this week.R. lie wall accompanied, by M 1'. and Mas. assistant. of race horses, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
$1.50:> per annum, in advance. Mesbrs. G. Paul Smith and Willard Warren I\nlll\ll'. and Alls. Douglass At Miami\ : on the nth Inxt, !Mr. nod This wns a forvolosiiro salo, In which Mr.Oilando .
*1.00 six: months, Gorton, who recently gave an entertainment J. Riles, the West Buy Street !Mrs ]Doan, Mr. and. Mrs A, N. Boeho, A. Jones, also of l Brooklyn, wait
$2.00 per an. to foreign counts'less at the Opem house at Tltusvllle, jeweler, has again been given the con- -Mr. and Mrs. Ooo. M. Robbing loft Mr, and Mrs. I vans and Miss Files visited plalullir; andl Ir. M. I''. )Dwyer, defend
subscribe for the ADVO- were In town a short while on Wednesday tract to keep, in ordoi. all the clocks In hero, yesterday, for Jacksonville, on a the mackerel grounds. Their success nut Tim whole property wns boughtIn
When you en route to Melbourne.The government buildings at Jacksonville. short visit They went to tho metropolisto other t tint by Mr. .'011011, who held mortgage
t by the year, it does not coat you was not so grunt as I at ,
CATE aShrlncr vntortnlmiKmt At the M. Bobbins of tho
I three cents per week, postage Inelufled. Ar>VOC TE office has been inundated -Among the down river people 'in Masonic\ hall, and will return homo to but tho slim! of tho llsh made up the deficiency. upon law firm It. of Mr.lloliblns Ooo. irnhnm,, Tltus-
RIVKII ADVOCATE is on with callers during the past few town this week were the following: Jno.II. Sirs. IVIIIIN was the most fortunate
The INDIAN day. vlllo and Miami\ represented the plaintiff.
news-stands at five weeks. We are glad ti> see our friends' Slims, S. F. Clbbs, W. H. Sharpe, Jno.N. catching a Spanish maokorol ,
the Idea that
[ following hail 1
sale at Several
in this otlice-no matter whether they Waller, Juo. Houstor, J. F. Woolen.Mr. -Mr.\ B. I". Ives, of Philadelphia, nooompanlud weighing, ton and one-half "pounds Miss people> 'an
I cents per oopyTltusvllleB.:. R. Wilson & Son. come from tho north or the south. by Mr. J. K. Hrndilckson, of Kilos snccoodod in hooking tho next Mr. Flngler/ would bid In this tIne pieceof
L. R.Decker line moved one of his property.
the
Hiimo culluis at .
city, were pluuMaut largest.Mrs.
J. B. Screven. .Ir. Dlsston of the Indian ltlvpr hotel
Harry Philadelphiasaw cottages, near this ollice Imd beenon
on TuesdayThey Roht. of the Ponce
Jacksonville-Rathbun hotel. fame, who is largely Interested In back some feet from the street, and Is Llmvr, wife of Thomas 1,1 mfir, Managers Murray,
>' St. James hotel. land Florida and visit to all the resorts along! the of Car Services of Hooking 11\1l.uou, and Jos. P, U reaves, of tho AI-
in is having a right royal now having it repaired, plastered Superintendent ,
East Coast Himdrlckson
as far us Miami. Mr. have decided to give two balls eachdlll'lnl
Windsor hotel.St. Railroad .at Coliiiiibus Ohio ciunr,
good''time at Hotel Royal Polnclaua, painted.If Valley ,
left for homo af- first
(Ill Tuesday the month of March. The ;
Augustine-Alcazar hotel. Palm Beach, where he is making lots of who Is spending a few weeks here as the (
Ormond-Hotel Ormond. friends. some of our subscribers fall to ternoon, and Mr. Ivos returned to hit guest of !II I'll. W II. Harris has won for will probably ha at the Ponce do Loon
Rockledge-Hotel Indian River. receive the ADVOCATE: this week, a lookat orange grove at La Grange.Mr. herself theohamptonshlp ]hereof making and tho second at the Alonr.nr. Thin will

Palm Beach-Royal Poinciana. -Rend the appeal to the British and the name-and-date slip pasted upon -!\ and Mrs. J. F. Hathaway, of Boston Ing tho lI\rlfl'stcatchetl of the gun.ey bluo occur about the middle of the month and
British sympathisers to holp the widows the or will tell them will bo a most brilliant\ affair. The second .
The tnn.rtr paper wrapper very old guests of the Ormond, ao- llsh. Tho Captain never takesanv thing
and orphans of the Biitish, soldiers and the cause. It takes the hard cash to ooaipnniod by .Mr. and Mrs. Chas T smaller than i Hour barrel to hold the affair' onourlng fortnight later will
notice ads. ten cents sailors who have fought; and gave up run this business. bo a garden party In the court that will
: Reading are Hoskins, are again at the Ormond. They llsh when Mrs. Llnier goes along, says
j per line on this page. their lives for the cause of the foreignersIn -Mrs. II. S. Knight and the Misses expect to remain about live weeks, when the AnvocATK correspondent at Tlbbals.Mr. surpass nil previous efforts entertaining at entertain by
the Transvaal !See 4th log When It comes to
-Judge M. S. Jones left here, Satur- page. Marcie and Anna 1'. Knight, of Portland, they will visit> Cuba and Nassau, return- Herman Naethlng and his father Messrs. Murray' and Greaves, our renders
-Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Cooley, of Lansing Me., who have been guests at Hotel Or- Ing homeward by steamer. .Mr. and 1111'11.lIathaway's .
[ day last, for Kissimmee, to open court In law, of New York, to whom we referred may look for something beyond the usual
Mich., after a pleasant trip along mond for some time past, wore on yes numerous friends are pleased In a former Issue, loft for home on order of events. The above affairs 'will
-If you want to buy goods of our the East Coast, have returned home- terday's noon train en route to the >on. to see them on the East Coast: again. bad been hunting of the
Wednesday. They on a probably\ bo the most delightful
Tltusvllle merchants read their ads on ward, leaving their friend, Mr. Bennett, clana, Palm Beach. The young ladies -Capt. Clins. II. Hall, of' New York, and (lulling trip of a few 'weeks, onboard lIea on.
[ Sth:! page. at Hotel Ormond. Mr. Cooley owns the are very popular.Mr. .
RoseMuiln In
who hud to leave the Ion Palm Beach, the houseboat command
-Mrs. E. J. Burns, of Canaveral, has fine launch Whisllewlng, now on Nelllon'sways Jos. Zapf, of Jacksonville State several weeks ago, to IIDliellCU an operation of Prof. J. M. Lallln ; and while at Hotel Oimoud under the management)

! been In town a few days, visiting Mrs at this place.A agent of the Anheuser, Busch Brewing passed! through Tltunvlllo, Wed. the upper end of Indian River and the of Messrs. Anderson A Price, so wide ha

Geo. W. Scoble. party of Pbflfldelphlnns, who recently Association, of St. Louis, was In West nesday, en route to his former quarters.The Ilaulover killed about :200/ ducks and Its popularity) become, that even Ma great

-Mr.\ J. W. Ballantlne drove np from called at this office, spoke In very Palm Beach Saturday, visiting his brother operation was successful, and. ho Is hauled In between :JIOO( lb.,. aDlI.jOllluR.) of accommodations have proved<< InsufhVlentto )
Sharpes on Saturday, to attend to some high terms of the kind treatment they George Zapf local agent of the same again In condition to haul In some of trout and other flsli. They report grand;( those seeking the varied and beautiful'
business matters. had received at the hands of Mr. and company and proprietor of the New the finny tribe, at which ho Is no novice. time Mr. Chas. F. Naotlilng and party attractions for which the locality I la fam

I Mrs. S II. Peck, of Hotel Plaza, Rock- SeminOle bar, restaurant nod pool rom. > are expected. from New York, next week ed. To better provide fur the thousand
-We send one paper free to all our ledge. They were guests of ,the above -Mr. T. Roy J Puckott who for sometime who yearly pay a visit to this most popular
! advertisers. When the ad. Is discon- fine hotel. -Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Saunders and past has been In charge of the Cocoa The largest fish ever taken At Palm resort, large additions have been

1 tinned the ADVOCATE is also discon- two boys, of Rutland, Vt., have returned and Korkledgo News, Cocou, has gone to Beach, with a rod and line, waR caught mndo since tho close pf the homo last
tinued. -Mr. Claude G. Dunn, a well-known from their cruise down Indian River onboard Washington, I). O., where he has ob- last Saturday by E. M. Sherrlll; of Keo- season. About 150 guest apartment

representative of the Jacksonville Met- the yacht Golden Rule, sod after tained a lucrative appointment, In the kuk, la., who Is a guest at the Royst with baths have boon added, and a large I
-Mrs.\ Jas. P. Vining, "of Seabreeze. tropolls, gave this office a pleasant call spending several days at the Indian government printing oliloo. The above Polnclnna. It wim a Shark, and wns number of bath room have also been

chaperoned a bicycle party of young on Tuesday. He is writing up the various River hotel left, yesterday, for tho Colonnades paper Is now In chmge of Mr. Harry Wilson nearly eight feet In length and weighed In older sections of the building.
placed
ladles to New Smyrna and back on Sat- towns along,the East Coast as far as Seabreeze. brother of the foreman of the ADVOCATE fully three hundred pounds. Mr. Sherrlll "The former ontrnnco hall ha been transferred .

urday last Key West, for a big, special edition of : ollico. wns fishing with n tackle suitable for Into a large and beautiful rotunda,
-If In want of cement brick
you are .
when he hooked the shark.
-Among the Brooklynites we noticed the Metropolis. lime coal-tar writeor -Mr. Hugh McLaughlin tho "Boss" amberjack, which makes a most admirable assemblyroom
plaster, or shingles, .
In Ormond on Sunday last were: Mr. and -Mr. II. Graf tan Donnelly, a well- call on Charles N. Welshaim, at 218 politician of Brooklyn, N, Y., who li lIe played the big able fish for llfty-flve It close minutes A broad, veranda, :It'M: feet long,
Mrs. W. II Peter and Messrs. J. W. known author of plays, who spent four East Bay !Street, Jacksonville, and you upending the winter with his wife at and was then to pull several up revolver delarhed from the main building/ form
enough to kill it by filing
Erregger and J. Cash man. months at Hotel Colonnades, Seabreeze, will be pleased with hIs prices. Mr. Nevins' Rlvervlew hotel. Merritt, on Indian bullets Into Its head. Mr. Sherrill a delightful promenade. The new dining

-Dr. II. DeCrow and wife, of Newark, a year or so ago Is now stopping at the Welshans Is also agent for Cabot's Creo River, Is now himself again, much will have the skin mounted ns a memo / room, which scats fiX( () people, Is located
building.
Hotel Plnchumt N. C. Mr. stains. to the of his friends on the noithoin end of. the -
pleasure
O., ,left hOle, Friday afternoon last, for Berkshire sote shingle numerous ento of his exploit.On .
Indlanola. They are friends of Dr. Geo. Donnelly informs the ADVOCATKilint he north and south. A few weeks ago Mr Its /great windows overlooking the
W. Holmes of bharpes. is at present busily engaged on another -Dr. II. Huntington, of New York, McLaughlin was Heilously, III, and was Saturday of last week, a fishing ,h Halifax river, affording/ ever present
who has been of about
enjoying a visit a picture of loveliness The new kltckon
the launch consistingof
new play threatened with heart failure, from fntaifuo party on Buckeye,
-Father O'Poyle who has been in week at Hotel Royal Poluclana, Palm and over-exertion. It gives us Mrs.' Llmor, of Columbus, 0., Mr, and are said to bu the finest In any hotel In
Daytona /or several weeks, was on yes The largest and best stocked hay, Beach, passed through Titusville, Wednesday pleasure to chronicle the fact that he Is Mis. Harris and Mr.\ and Mrs. .J. 'I', Waters the South. 'I'hodecoratlonsfurnishing.
terday's southbound train. He stepped grain, hour, grits/: etc., ,warehouse in afternoon, en route to his grove now In much better health than usual. sailed for Gilbert's Bar Inlet, stop. and fitting are perfect In nil details, and
oil the train to shake hands with a few Jacksonville, Is near the viaduct and Is at Lyratta, where he was to meet his tiewlIlIlIl'olnt. whore they were thus who have heretofore' been loud In
friends.Mr.. owned by T. D. Gibbons. Do not fail father, the Rev. J. T. Huntington, of -Mr. and Mr. Bromley, the latter the joined by Joseph Jefferson, tho veteran their praise the Hotel Ormond, as they

to write, or pay him a visit when In the Hartford, Conn. daughter of Lord Pauncufote, the British actor and son, C. B. Jefferson, who had have formerly seen It, will\ now leel ]lost
Wm. McCabe, of Toronto, Can. city. You will find Mr. Gibbens always -Mr. Louis Larson chief assistant to ambassador, who are now sojourning sailed! from the beautiful winter homo o! for fitting language with which to express -
In ,
ada, who Is largely Interested property ready and willing, to quote the in Florida on their wedding trip are expected of the aitlstlo
you their admiration result -
Kobe SOli lid. After
has started home- Mr.\ J. E. Ingraham of the Florida East C. [t. JclTorson, at
in Brevard national(
county, most liberal prices on the freshest and to return to the capital of the season's Innovation. In addition -
the Commodore
Coast Land being entertained by genial
wards after spending a few weeks inFlorida. best food In his line. See tics ad on page Augustine Railway, was a pleasant Department caller at, this St. about the middle of the present month. /Sowed, and wife, and taking In the to former attraction and facilities

2. office on Monday. His visit to Tltusvllle They will visit St. Augustine, Ormond, beautiful views that nature has provided, for the enjoyment of it. guests, Messrs.

-Mrs. II. T. King and Mrs. H. A. Mr. W. A. Turk, general passenger!: was rather short, for he returned home Palm Beach, nnd other resorts along the all sailed for the fishing /grounds, wheiu, Anderson A Pi Ice have (tile year provided -

Meyers, after a plel&8ant.vlsit of a weekor agent of the Southern Hallway, Washing the name evening. While here he attended East Coast of Florida during their may they were also joined by Col. W. (I. Fasett the splendid light draft pleasure
so to Palm Beach, returned to the ton, D. C., was at Hotel Ormond on Sun to some business with the Mo- In Florida. It was said at the British and party, of Buffalo, N. y, The steamer, 1'rlncns Issena, which makes
Indian River hotel, at this place, last day. He was accompanied by his bright/ Farland Fruit Protection Co. embassy the other day, that they would balance of the day won spent In pulling excursions on tho Halifax, amt up the
evening.Mr. young daughter. In conversation withan make Palm Beach their principal resort In the beautiful blue llsh. Mr. Jefferson lovely and picturesque Tomoka river.
ADVOCATE representative Mr. Turk -Prof. C. B. Cory, the founder .of while In the State.EXPRESIDENT! says he has fished all aloug the the coast, There ore .also electric launches of the
Rufus Stewart,of Brantley, came said he was /going as far as Palm Beach Canaveral Club, has temporarily givenup but finds no pluce equal to Gilbert' Bar latest pattern of elegance and a fine stable -

up to town, Friday last, also and attended stoppedover and Miami, ere returning to Washington. golf arfTl gone to Fort Lauderdale CLEVELAND. Inlet and Its channels, as you never miss of horse baa been established, where
a couple of days. He is His many friends were glad to see him where his steamer has been moored all gutting a good catch. He expects to vehicle of every fashionable description
I the circus while here. Mr. Stewart winter. He has gone on board the boat had moments notice. Or
on the East Coast. spend the balance of March with his son can be at a
one of the largest shippers of oranges on and will spend about ten days cruising :Ex-Presldnnt: Grover Cleveland, former cruising and fishing! Jn thin vicinity of mond beach I I. noted for Ithard, smooth
Merritts Island., -Mrs. R. II. Baxter nod Miss Lillian about Biscayne bay and among tha key.. Secretary of War, Dan Lament and lIon.E. Tlbbals. surface and great breadth, and for cyclIng -,

-Mr. and Mrs. John Du Bois, of Bel- Welch after a pleasant visit of about There are a number of natural history C. Benedict passed through Tltusvllle / Surf bathing I leone of the chief delights -
lair, 0., who have been visiting the two weeks in town left here; Saturdaylast specimens that Mr. Cory Is anxious to early this morning en route to Palm of a sojourn at Ormond, and the

various resorts along the East Coast, left Jaoksonvllle for Ormond, St. Augustine and get this winter, and he will also put In Beach. They wereon board Mr. Lament's AMONG THE HOTELS. New Pavilion, with his many appointment

for Orlando on Tuesday morning. Theyare en route to their home In some time hunting and fishing.A private car, Yellowstone, and were on *, will meet the approbation of all
J. S. Cochran own- Bath, Me. They sail from Jacksonvillefor their way to the 1'oloclaolThey will hotel and The ground have been entirely
friends of Judge letter to the ADvocATE from Mrs.M. Do you want to purchase a guest
er of the Dummitt and New York next Wednesday. Mrs. join }fl'. Joseph Jefferson on .a huntingand / read remodeled. The pine and other forest
orange grove; Mussenden will her Mrs. N. Martin formerly of Boston, but cottages If you do, ad. on 7th
Join daughter (
Mr. J. J. Jacob, of Wheeling, W. Va., a of Florence Italy abe has fishing trip in Brevard and Dale tree have been removed, and a splendid
now page.
,
Baxter) In the Ancient City tomorrowor says
winter visitor. counties. The ex-President has been growth: of palm bee been set In the best
Mrs.I M. P. Bobbins will accompany rented a villa at that place for one and British
Sunday. looking forward to this trip with much The United States nags fly fashion for landscape effect. Nobody
-Mr. J. E. Ingraham, of St. Augustine, Mrs. Mussenden as far as !St. year where the pink paper is to be for. pleasure. President and Mm. Cleveland Rally to the breeze from every hotel belonging who has ever enjoyed the hospitalties! of
has been enjoying a trip on his launch, Augustine; and both ladles will stop off warded. blissylartiorwho I Is a young visited Tltusvllle and Rockledge about to the Florida East Coast Hotel Hotel Ormond would for any consideration -

Enterprise, in Dade county this week. at Daytona, a day, enroute. and celebrated harpist, Is now travelingIn seven years ago./ System along the Kant Coast. wish any change In the management
Messrs. Oeo. II. Foote and L. O. Rumsey, Russia, where she Is meeting with
It I I. heretofore in the skillful hand of
Immense success. Mrs. and Mix Martin Mr. Chas. A. Merrltt, proprietor of Hotel ,
who winter homes at Daytona, accompany
own him. The expected to go FOR SALE, on time or cash, all kindsof .were In Tltusville a few years ago, and Hotel Wanted. Rathbun Jacksonville, has sold out Messr Anderson A Price. Since the
party the southernmost sewing machines. All kinds of purchased!( an orange /grove at Sharpe his Interests In Hotel Placlde to Mr. opening, the manager have boon busy
south far Sable
as as of Cape Florida. machines repaired on short notice; on Indian River, which we IInderatllodII I want to purchase a well-located hotelIn Chas. Couch, who will now have sole greeting former guests of the house who

point parts and needles furnished. Address, looking la tine condition. In fact the !South; oil() to loo rooms; furnished management;( of this popular hostelry. are arriving dally, and the booking exceeds
-Now is the time to fertilize your J. A. KllICKBO.V, that of any post season. The refitting -
this grove Is one of the show places in ; must be a bl1'g8In.ddrollll., with of Hotel Indian
gardens, orchards, pineapples and orange P. 0.: Box: 113.: DeLand, Fla. that section very full particulars, and cut or photo, Manager S. Proskey, of the grand old Ormond with the
returned home Tuesday
River, Rockledgo, and
to addition of electrla light, myriadsof
not
trees. When do forget
buying, If possible, "The Grand Mont Vernon
,
visit Jacksonville. He
from a to the artistically decorated -
purchase from a reliable firm so that jet In recently
N. H,
you will get what you ask for, and also Empty Sugar and nIce -Barrels! Insurance Agent reports a good tourist business at bill dining hall, new carpet throughout

full weight. The Little Bros. Fertilizer Lath. hotel. makes this homelike place doubly at
For sale. Address, Wanted-Agent or for accident tractive. The selected orchestra of Wat-
I and Phosphate Co., Jacksonville, U one manager Hotel Rathban, Jacksonville, under
| of the beet and most reliable firm WALTER:Charleston A. MOORE, or old line Life Insurance Co. I have a few car loads of Dry CypressLath the management of Mr. J. H. Dalton, ley Swift! of Boston, that entertained the
30feb 8 George St. S.: C.
Address Jno. M. Stevens Jacksonville of The Mount Pleasant House last
Buy now before the price Is higher Las been doing a fine tourist businessthis guest
For Sale Fla. Stamp for reply.Sheading and lath harder to secure. season, which cause the lessee, I r.Ch8ll. summer I III enjoyed by the OrmondpneRt.
Wanted O. F. pAwmsojf, A. Merrltt to around with a : this season. The post week has
Pure Eden watermelon seed from r MaterialWas 2t Kau Gallle Fla. Jovial smile on his countenance. added a large number of new name to
i fancy melons. Price M cents per pound, A small furnished house, south of the register of the Hotel Ormond, which
Jacksonville, Fla. Address reply, Manager Geo. C. Howe of the pop- well* the number of guest to several

any quantity. L. WILSON: JR., Mrs. JoUlES M. OKA JIT, hard to get last year. It will be Wanted, ular: Buckingham hotel Ht. Augustine; hundred, making things exceedingly/ ve-
Allendale, S. C. 100 West 5th Street! Jamestown!, scarcer this year. I have a few car ofDry ha leased the Larkin house Watch Hill, ly. 'I'hepiazzs life I I. very delightful,
Cbautanqua Co., N Y. Lumber and Lath for Immediate de A secondhand roller-top desk, In good It. I. This hotel ha a capacity.lor accommodating looking out upon the beautifully kept

llockledffe. Indian River livery. O. F." PADDIJWJ.V, condition. Addre.V.. 8., care this 40O, people. It I I. the grounds and tall stately pines and the
For Sale. Eau Uallie, Fla. office. largest house In Watch 11111, and every lovely Halifax, river. Facing the west. .

Has of the most attractive and room front the ocean. It I I. situated! on one ha a grand view of the glorious Or

j best-stocked one stores along the East Coastof The most desirable property In the For Sale Fine Tranche a point of land, and' U the only hotel Immediately mond sunset Going north or south, dp

Florida. Tea can find everything yon center of Rocklndge, on Barton avenue; on the ocean beach. It la I new not mix Ormond. The otlice stuff at

need at this store. All klndrfof fine groceries consisting of five acres covered with A beautiful borne on Indian Hirer; If you need a good chop, steak or any ly and elegantly furnished, and will open Hotel Ormond this season I.I a* follow:
and western meats. thrifty orange tree, also two cottages :100 orange tree; 10 acres; large modern thing else In the eating: line, do not fall, for the season shout the end of June. Louis II. Illngham room clerk; A. 1'.

Particular Attention pal to the needs thereon. Apply to house, every convenience when In St. Augustine to go to, Orange Supt. A. )f, Taylor, the popular manager Creamer, cashier; II. G. Marvin night
I of yachtsmen and cruising parties. W*. M. MEKwrs, Milford, Conn. THOMAX GREEN, Howe,.' Lunch and Oyster Rooms,corner of the Casino, St. Augustine, will clerk; Arthur W. Tarbell, key clerk; :r..

IGEo. N. HATCH, Propr. After Nor. 20tb, Rockledge, Fla. Lotus, FU. of Cathedral place, near the bridge. manage the Clarendon Hotel at Clarendon J. Trudeau, bookkeeper.



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2 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 9, 1900.ADVERTISING. .

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ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE A BACHELOR'S HOME.- NOTICK.:

R SEED POT A.TOES. i

ri I Even llrlKlit's I>|M HH Is No Longer Keaanleil [ Written fur the A vocate.] Guardian's Notice of ApplicationFor

INDIAN yoATiwa BII IIopnleM.If The bachelm's life is the life for me, Sale of Real Estate.

you Are suffering from kidney, bladder With dear, good wife and a babe;

D or uric acid trouble, and have despaired A little work, and plenty rest, I. hereby given that I. W. O. Frlnk as(4nardianforkughlettMagruder Improved Rose $11.00: per barrel. Special pilces to large buyers. Write for tester\!

of getting help, you should try And a fortune already made.A nil (:llailynManrmler
In Florida.
menials from planters
IsAI minors will on the Tenth day otMard largest potato
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy. handsome home on the avenue, ,. A, 1). HUM), make H|>|,Mantion to Honorable
reader of the ADVOCATE obtain With beautiful grounds attached l). L. Ualll..n.. County Judge: of Itrevanl Full line of fresh Garden and Field Seeds always stock. Write for price list
Every may ,
I N T EORMIs1K. County, Florida for authority to sell at private .
a sample bottle free by mail, so you Electric.carriages ana a groom, sale the following drnrrtbeil' flea) Estate! hrlonirInir -
And a pair of fine horses well matched. to avid! minors, lying snit, being In Hrevanl L. CAMERON. Seedsman,
may test it for yourself and fully realize! : County Florida, to wit:

- the truth of what your friends and fellow !- The bo furniture live must be the best, acre Thirteen of land, we can at ease
of land containing forty-five and 1 two-thirds.
citizens say as regards Its marvelous
As bachelors always do strive <-n%) .acres, hiilnn' the south part of Lot two ((2)). -- - --- --- =
r xv. cillcacy and worth. Our little wives to pleuse. Section 17.'fown8bll'| 2(1( nonth Range 87 east,
ll Kilmer's has been and having; a width of eight and tliirtti-one-hnn- GEORGE MARXJOIN :MARX.
lr Swamp-Root Servant maids too have the whole
we must In-tli ((8 Indian) reaching across
tiled find tested by thousands who stand To make that home complete Island. from River to Dgtimnu River anil1iMinded
,
on the north by a trace of land of twelve A..R.d JB <>
high in this corn munity. Itfsnotrecom- And take the babies In the park ((12)),acre,, wild to S. K.: H.Jerome} and on the S.9
To keep them, fresh and sweet. south by a ism' running parallel to the SollthIs.nndary
mended for but If have
4 j everything, you :I of said Jeronitt luiil, ae a dNtnnce of Wholesale Dealers In
1 i kidney, bladder or urlo acid trouble I It Now do not think I'm! asking much, rluhtandtldrtyone-lmndredth(530.1)0). ( ) ) chains.
tb -r'I'rol1ll t being the laad sot apart) I'or said in-
For life Is short you know
1 will bo found the need ; GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE
just remedy you fanta hv comrnlftfiinnens" to n ako petition< be- ,,, ,
A few brief a few bright smiles ,
years .
of tween said Infants mod I.onlne M. l uwe
It back the flush health
brings rosy And of land l denoriheil follows/
out our head-light goes. Also! that tract an !
and ills and rebuild- CoimneticiiiK on the I went bank' of Hanana nlver -
strength n purifier
\ ; That homo will be a paradise nlxty-ona : "amn and eighteen' link north 1 of 131 and 133 East nay Street ami O mid 8 Newnau Street,
er! and Is a boon to the weak and ailing Filled with south aectli line at the nortlieast' corner of lot
] one long, sweet song; conveyed; to !I. Uyder. and run south sixty-seven JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
To be confronted with the
suddenly We have
music
night and day, degrees\ west, ten chains elfrhty-fuur links along
knowledge that Hi'Iglit's disease had hold To make a short life long. the line of Raid Ryder to fond thence north
twenty-three and a half degrees went eighty ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
of one was, at one time, equivalent to All will bo contentment then, chalim and etJhtylnk1l., thence north ixty-Hev-

hearingadeath warrant lead; but to-day, Along that handsome street; en degrees. neat. eleven chains, and ntxtyeiuhtlinkN
to Itunnna River, thence south tneRnderlngthe
thanks to the discoveries of science and The grandest home among them all river to point of commencement. All In see We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Tens-
Will be Bachelor's Ketreat. Mon south, ;
my seventeen towiiHhlp twenty-six rangethirtyneveit
the researches Dr. Kilmer Is guaranteed genuine We also a full ]line of Hay Grain and Feed. We
In the mutter of advertising. In the of no case C. R. ELLIS east In the County of Hrevard. ; carry want
Even those in advanced State of Florida, containing ten tcres more or your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.:
newspapers of tho town there are sometimes entirely hopeless. Philadelphia, March I 5, 1000. less; surveyed by C. I). :Magruder, County Sur ,

erroneous Ideas fixed In the minds stages have; been rescued and life veyor.'V. MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.
n. FUINK
WWe only Sell to Dealers.
of the people whose opinions on the advertising prolonged by Swamp-Root. KILLING STATE LAWS. Guardian for Htighlett.
]Magruder and (Olo.lvollIgrlUl..r.: .
subject may be changed, If not This groat remedy Is purely vegetable F.J. WF.BII Attorney for W. U. Frisk. Vfubfiw

wholly eradicated; or inudu over. A successful and contains nothing that could harm In commenting upon the decision of -- -

business man once remarked: ] the most delicate child. It Is. peasant to Judge Call on the anti-clgarette law, and Notice,

when asked why he did not advertise,, take nnd the regular fifty-cent and one- Judge Wall.on the fish law, the Tampa aIn John B. Stetson University

"Well, It seemed Ait If the money expended dollar size are sold by all druggists.Send ;: Tribune says. : y Circuit Florida Court Hrevard of the County Tth .In, A.
In advertising In the newspapers' did your name and addrexs to Dr. "If Its most, Important enactments can

not bring back In good results It did Kilmer it Co., Binghamton, N. Y., and a thus easily be set aside, through! Its own as.In Ra-Aiillcatlon Adinlnlntratrlx| | ,of to K.sol M/ Real nJIC1"W'Kit: )I DELANO FLOIUDA.

when other methods were used, beside. sample bottle and a book telling all disregard of constitutional requirements, clen tate or II.Guy liiglow Herbert, Jr., Rlirli Minors.\ >w and Lu J f ,

his firm was pretty well known." All of about Swamp-Root and Its wonderful why should we have a Legislature? Let I' To all whom It may concern t

which Is more I linn true, upparently. cures will be sent to you free is at least have lawmakers who know Take notice that I will apply to the Honorable -,
!MlnorSJnuesJudge of said court at Tlrnfl- EL ZA4ETH 41Ah1
But when the matter: is. alfred to the how to make laws, and who do not waste j vlllo Florida or wherever the court may then ,"1" .

bottom Is he right? Does nut the advertisement Little Brown Jug Water Kllteis $1.2.1; heir time In evolving' mock statutes that lie, on Monday, the 12th day of March. A. I II. r
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I IIXKI\ or OH anon thereafter a I can lie heard by
ind $2.50:.! Cl-iudo Walton, agent. tl:Keslightest tho nell the undivided .. l
In the local paper" fo Into num judicial scrutiny may prom- Courr for leave to two
----- thirds Interest of minor children, tierhart -
my tiny
erous homes, whore every (purt, of It Is ;arWe: would esteem the favor If ouieailern \\y consign to the waste basket" Bladow a nit Luclen 11. )liul
carefully )looked over nod load? Are not ,' '/ when, writing or calling upoii lloth of these laws failed to stand 1 the i I foll..wl..10H"r.b..rJ All of /Lae 2.3. 4, e land, 7.and,to-wlt 10, Titus: addition

these people's attention called" to the fact .nr advertisers to purolianw, merchandise judicial teat Not, however, because '' and all I of Lot 411, 47 1'11.,110; one of which, him a
.'to., would) mention the ADVoOATK. small house on It; all of which are In Tltusvllle,
that there is such a business. plnce In the they were. defective within themselves, 'I Uravarij' County, Florida. .

city? Is that of no benefit? It will PLANT LATER.In but were not properly passed by the Leg- I an KIM1IIA Aomlnlstratrlx M.imit.OW of the

bring a return, although you may not slaturo. Rules and regulations govern I Kntftto of Luclen H.lilglow.
ThlH Frhruarv, ,1rd, HHHt.\
I
know It. ho proceedings of the Legislature\; but \<'..J. WKHII Attorney for/Petltloll..r. KfcliBw
view of the recent cold snap, which
A stranger within our gates knows not from some inexcusable carlessness they
hall less
undoubtedly more or damaged
which way to turn for his wants, perhaps were not followed In the tyissageof these Sheriff's Sale.
he truckers of Dade'county, I wish to
It is (lulling tackle, real estate, groceries, two; laws. The aye and nay vote was not
call attention to the plan of )late planting
dry goods, eta., for which lie Is looking ailed on the cigarette bill, as required, UNDER AND BV VIRTUE OF AN EXECU- For Both Soxes. This Scliolawtio Year Began d
Its against the early. Nearly every winter IHA"elollt, of the County; Court for ;
A piece of newspaper by' the roadside at- and the fish law' was not read the required ItrevHril\ County Florida In a cause therein October 3rd. Sent for Catalogue ;
liable have frosts ,
we are to damaging; "UI"IBntl, .
number of pending, whrreln K. 1::. J B Conrad,
local times.
tracts his attention he llnds it Is the -
from' December 20th to February 20th. 'partner, doing hnHinnna an the Bond\ Lumber '
paper, and halls It with joy. In it lie The Legislature cost the taxpayers a Company are plaintiffs, and. 0. S. Williams IH College, endemic, Normal I, Art and Music Departments., Large, commodious I
Our truckers in and will null
begin planting levied at"nbUo
usually defendant 1 have iiion|
can find that for which he Is looking, and big sum of money, and it seems like a auction. to the liltrliettt and 1 bent lildderfor Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc., insuiing !
November and the cold.
Is saved much trouble In .finding what Every man,, so far are as caught I can by learn, who waste of It and time to pass laws 'to be TitiiHVllle cash,In during front the of legal tli. (bourn'Ollrtlonoe. of gale door.at upon perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout/ ; faculty of 22' \'

he waul. Dues, nut advertising pay!? killed by courts simply through neglect the trained and experienced teacl-"I'8.; Send for Catalogue containing full Information
In last winter after February ..
put a crop and carelessness. FIRST MONDAY IN VEIL, A, I)., 1900
You mli not always know it.
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Oth, made money. One man at Boynton, the following described. real estate,situate In Address. / J. F. FORBES, President.

Again, If you cannot always see the cleared : from Titu-ville Florida. and standing| Oil the public __ ._ _._ __ __ _
to my knowledge, $1,0.10 one Please mention the ADVOCATE 'wben records in the name of U. S.Williams, the defendant __
personal gain from advertising, remember and. one-half acres of tomatoes. advertisers. to wit 1 ,
that the local Is the voice of writing Lot 1 of tliBBUuillvifilon of lotn 30, 30, 40, 41 / I
paper Early; planting, even if successful, will and 4'1 of Joy nervllle' addition of Titunvllle an. H. A. HODGES.
the people. If the people bo strong and shown hv a plat of said. Huh-illvlHlon. on record ...
I bring the crop Into market about Febru- ServiceON In the office of the Clerk of tile Couit of lire Manufacturer of
generous the voice will\ be full and ro* Daily vard County, : Lvlnir and liemK In the north
and March when
shipments are : J
Bounding. If the' people bo niggardlyand ; !try liable to damage, enroute, and not in the TilE half ltange35ekstaccordingtothe of lot 8, Heotlon 3, Township government 22 outh nor, ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
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penurious the voice will bo weak and vex, being the name lot sold.h> S. "'. Gray and
best demand In northern markets. Late Ocklawalia River. wife to trained, and so we bog of all our business In ho.ik'G. (}., 10 Hrevard County deed
hinting puts the crop Into market In reflorils. page Any one contemplating shedding their plnenppi.s' or oranges ur" illding' in !

men to wake up and( take a personal Aplll and May, avoiding cold enroute to February 5, 1000. : any part of Florida, would' I do "'Cillo w.ite for j.ilr.. .K. The saw mil:* mo locatedat \

Interest In the matter of advertising, remembering In Florida with J. P. BROWN, Buffalo Bin IT, near I'.ilatka, on the J.. T. K. \\'. I I\: Lumber deliver, ,d I to any !
the Ninth Is Nothing can
when
markets and craving compare F. J. WKIIB 8h..rIIY.I
be eutcrtalngangols part of the Kist Coast Address" : II. A. ill )DGES, Italian U.iiT( Fla.
you may for 2mar30
!spring, vegetables. a trip on the World Famous Ocklawaha Attorney flalntllTK. r

unawares, and If it does not benefit you The success of the later plan has been River No tourist can allord to miss it. --- --- --- -- .-- -- -- !.

individually it benefits the newspaper \mply'demonstrated the past two win- A steamer loaves Palatka for Silver Notice. :1'I1'AI1I.1SIlElI: 18slI.) t"
and the -Gazette-News.
ers. Nearly every late planter coined Springs at 12.!."> p. m,, after arrival of '

money, and It ,was the same the winter trains from Jacksonville and St. Augustine NOTICE is hereby given; that on the 21st day :Bond ILnmber Co.
A. U liXM, or an soon thereafter as I \
GOOD ROADS CONVENTION. previous. April and May crops will, as ; every day except Sunday. can be heard, I will apply to his Honor D. L.Oaulden ,
County Judge. of Hrevard County, fora
a rule, come In ahead of those from other Returning leaves Silver Spring at 1:30 flnal settlement mv accounts and approval' Maniifuctuiers of and '
that citizen and of my distribution of the assets of the Estate of Deiilvis.in
Believing every every and almost invariably
southern vegetable -
; points, after arrival of trains from
p m., Tampa, II. C. Smith, deceased, and for my diHcharge
industry within the State of Florida are put big money in the pockets ofour Ocala and Jacksonville ; every day except from the adinlnlstratorHhip. W.of I.said ALLKN.estate. LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING' CEILING
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vitally Interested in public highways, truckers. Hence I should say, goSLOW I Monday. Administrator. ,

and being fully convinced of the benefitsto with the early planting. Preparethe Jensen Robbnis Fin.& hrahant Sept. ,8th Att'ys 1800.for Administrator. :Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and awed OruntieV

bo derived from discussion and conference ground and have 'plants ready, but W. C. Hargrove, and Vegetable Crates. We solicit coirespondenc-e.

over this Important question, a do not start the business ID earnest until General Passenger Agent. [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any '
Saw, Planing and Shingie; Mills tit Bonds Mill. on .1., T. & K. W. K'y. Yards, at
State Good, Roads Convention Is hereby February 20th, and success Is almost Palatka, Fla. job printing you need.] DeLand and Titus\ille. .

called to be held In Orlando, Fla., on WILMON WIULLWST In the ss
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March 2.J and :2:1 oJ:!, 1000., It Is desired Tropical Sun. .

that the Commissioners! of each of the Warning to the Public. FOR $3.20. :

several counties appoint one or more
"I Thought I Would Never B. Well Again." Sent to us by Express, postoftlre order or'New York Exchange, we will
delegates. Also that nil cities towns
One of the saddest things that can happen send yon Express, CHARGES 1'ItEPAiD.:
boards of trade, Improvement associations to a woman ia to fall into such a depthof You are paying too much money for good watches. ,

bicycle clubs and all other org&nl clrt--" incy through unuotural wenkneiw FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
dim.* .* to Imagine that .he can
nations having for their objects the public I never recover. For two years," says Special 17 Jewelled Adjusted WalthamElgin
Mr. W. O. Day of Tl'UUvll1"l Jefferson" the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
good, send repiesentatlvos. Co., At*. -"I had tb weak. ,

Arrangements;: are being made for prac- urM, headache, pain In my buck and or HAM PDEN' Movements $9.08 and $11.87.:
aide, whtrh would become K Bore that I ,
tical discussion of good could hardly bear the weight of Calhoun Pure
expert highways WhiskeyWe
my Rye
I hand on it. 1 had cold: hand and Jest grade gold): fllled cases, $5.03.!) Write for Illustrated catalogue.
generally, but more especially upon the I feet and many other bad nymntoiun _

following points: too phy numerous c..na' to mention did me Hometreatment no E:. ::FL. .A. 1.VIi Rl; 'TG: ship in PLAIN PACKAGES no marks to Indicate contents which will avoid all com
The ment.) When you get It and tent it. If It Is not satisfactory return It at Ol'H: /<.XI'.; 8E and
best and I had become
methods of Rood.
plans .
constructing very d"pondSent 2'l:! West Buy street, Jacksonville, Fla. your 4M.2O will be cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey in as; oud l liS any Sloe goods. in the marke
permanent public roads. The and thought I We are don at hand and lrall give: von (jriChKR Ded> IVlfltY than distant ho nwa. We have
been loina hnlllneHo In thin city and, at the RtS.or -
a..nrbe well r- -- name stand for or 13 YEARS, and na to our
cost of construction where work has l'O\ RIUILITY AND nEPUTA'nOX ,
iKintjht ilrallnic, we rater you to any merchant. here or to
been inaugurated How shall funds be \ Hut with a faint T. D GIBBENS the editor of tills paper
I wrote to wSOLOMON'
& LEVI
raised for road building? Bicycle paths, R. V. Pierce, of ,
their construction In connection with T .' \,, N. V? and 1028 & 10HO):! First Avenue,
or .
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;1! \ .my nymn- :P. 0.) Box No. 33. ALA.
\lndepomlent of public highways. Improvement ; -v heat I could. BIRMINGHAM,
r -tl.. miptly an.awet HAY GRAIN FLOUR GRITS MEAL BRAN COTTON SEED
of streets In towns and vii 5 a.aSf1.. NOTICE -We .
? .. t u by letter. : pay Express riiorcM to. all points reached Joy "SOUTH ERX: KXl'RESS COI.PASV. -
lages.;: What is the best material t for the '_ { and scot me a treatw' ," huttopelntaill. linen of oilier Express ('ompunieswe|> | prepay' emly to points where
IHC on' Woman Southern Exoraan .
.d"ttl' and ronipanv transfers tn mid other Exprna.| """'IIII'o \.
purpose available in the state? A full 'ez' 1iI '-q Her DUwa** t he Meal, Middlings;: etc. etc. j =
alao outlined a
report from ouch In the state treatment. for which I followed lo the bent of
county as me
to amount of Improved road, material my favorite ability Prescription and after taking' I can nix truthfully bottles 'if nay the Depository for Cumberland Mills Flow, Grits and Meal. = A.S :s L1vM tom 0 0 ,

used, cost of construction, plans adopted that I felt liken new woman. In a few months BIT A; o 10 w. Hay st.. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
afterward, when I was .tiI1.ring with the many
etc. trouble: due to pregnancy. 1 procured' FavoritePrescription' Agent for the Celebrated 1 CANOPY' patent flour.
This again and took It through that
convention has the endorsementof tune 1 noon became very stout end felt well.'
the president of the State! loud Roads I wn* in labor only n ahort time and got along Get my Trice List. To Dealers only.
well' : better than I ever did before. My baby 'U
Association of Florida It is especially a fine boy now two month old.and hart never. '
desired. that the County Commissionersof been KICK any. I cannot: find wonla sufficient 'J: =L OKESIQIEIISnS,
to expreMt my prams of Dr. Tierce' medicine.
the several counties I never loins au opportunity to recommend: it. I
and Warehouses the Viaduct.
actively Office
cooperateIn near \
I hope all Buffering buttes will commit him, for "
this movement, and, see to It that they will be benefited by taking him medicine." JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
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their Letter to Ur. Pierce are treated in the moat .
counties are represented.W. sacred confidence and never published without _.
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I.. PAI.MEU "1 1II. permission, and the most .careful professionaladvice
II. I ia' given by return mail free. of charge.Women ESTABLISHED 1875.
DlOKSOJi! \
W. H. O'.NKAL, f Committee. would understand their own men if

MAHLON join, tal make and better physical wives natures and mothers better;; they they would wouldbe \JV:1Cl.: : .6.._ :ZBOTTZE cto CO.

-- -- every way healthier happier and more

-We want to draw the attention of capable by reading and .tttdyinfT Dr.Pi.ce' ti.r 1 1 1
our numerous readers the (treat thoulland- alfe illustrated GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS.
along: Ease book. The People's Common Sense Med- ,
Coast, and throughout the state In I is, 1 1
!general ical Adviser. It a veritable complete 1
to the advts. of the live and energetic family medical library in one magnificent 0 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .

business men who are bidding for volume. More than half a million copiea handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A Complete stock of Hay ...
a share of but free
-your patronage in the columns have been sold at $1.50 each a .
of the ADVOCATK.!: If you are In need copy, paperbound will be Sent to any Corn, Oats Flour, Bran,.Wheat. Grate, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anJdark
of any particular line of goods the woman on receipt of :at one-cent stamp at wholesale. State agent for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
,
plnlc
paper will tell the best to pay the coat of mailing only; or if a Star Band FcruUxan-Guaranteed AnalrsU,O-ang tree and Vegetable Fertllhwir Pare Oronnd
:you place to bur handsome ctoth.bound book ia ... These fertlllsershave Four Full Quarts
them. Itead the ads. heavier Bone Nitrate Boda. Muriate of Fotiuih Sulphate .taob. Kalnlt eto. ao Delivered for $4,20.
preferred, tend J c stamps. superior In the market, and a trial wilt{convince. Send for Catalogue free.



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Professional Cards. It Is very hard to stand Idly[ by and see CONCERNING. TOAST.
our dear one suffer while awaitlntf the DO YOU GET UP We Hand

G sonoa M. ROBBIXS. WALTER 8.OKAU.M.TJOBBI arrival of the doctor. An Albany (N. Y.) A.. It Should D* and .as It la Too Feeegaeut.2 I Carry on-

S & GRAHAM dairymen cnlld 1 at a drug store there for SmrrreJ. V.irHALAKlsBACIC\ *

11 a doctor to come and see his ('hlhl. then There is lirtnlij; u well rcKuhited: table --- I rue lineal' stock abe obtainedanti are prepared to

very low with croup :Not finding the today ou \\ 111,11 ttaat is nut ofu-u sorvod. KUncy Trouble. Mukcs\ You tlscrab t ) 1 all onlnis. We solicit the
ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, doctor In, he left word for him to come It U a diiiuty fashion to place a O ixi ru'u |l.t'unll'tly.| only
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OFFICE: HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., on his return. lIe also bought n bottleof tiny toast rack before! each 1x raou, and A;moil everybody who reads the newspapers I bualncHH dealers I \ .

and 2 to 4 p. m.TITUSVILLE. Ch.unbeiIain's hoped would l give Cough some Remedy relief whichhe until It Is to bo ooiumoudod. The littlo silver is sure to know of the wonderfulLi I Ltmt t -r ""C 1 .I.llt us have your I outers fur pine;: Maine Grown

Brevard Co., FLORIDA. the doctor should ariive. In a few" hours racks are. pretty and odd lunch' to the cures made. by Dr. SEE;! I'OTATOKS.:

f.O. Box, 108. he returned, Raving 1 the doctor need not apponiniu-o of n table., Hut what of Kilmer's ""amRoot.lhe J (1----- ---

oral.Will practice In all the courts_tate and fed come as the child was much better. The the toast which they bold .J I gre-t! kidney liver r I 6Umt We piirvlinxe our Jlel'lIln car load direct from the

Special facilities for examining and perfecting druggist: Mr. Otto Shnlz: says the family\ "Any one\ cam make toast" Have 1 1_ and bladder. remedy. IJ1I tnH Celvbinted Maine Semi Farms.
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land titles.D. has since recommended Chamberlain's t' It is the great: medli -1/
not often board that statements
Cough Remedy to their neighbors and you i cal triumph of the nineteenth 4 t Quotations mulled on Stencils (urn-
gentle render? 1 have, and J I considerIt ,
GAULDEJT, friends until he has a constant demandfor l fill century; discovered O f Iheapplication.. .
ami from long
a most erroneous one [ after of
It from that part of the country. For years r -u
ATTOKNET-AT-LAW sale by druggists and medicine dealers observation. 1 venture to iiuestlou Its Ii scientific research by !!'earoIntheI 1e.E1 possible), position l to handle your
vernclt,). Tonst wants ns much\ care ] j Dr Kilmer, the eminent consignments\ and solicit thorn, guaranteeing

ol Florida 1 ?and In the all United the Courts States Courts.of the State In preparation as any other articleof kidney and blad 1 e for the name our prompt personal attention.

1. O Box,235. T1TU8VILLK, FLA. ItllBVAItn COUNTY TltEASVRKR'S the menu and much that passes" for -- der specialist and Is l
wonderfully successful In :
STATEMENT. promptly curing
toast Is unworthy of the tiuniv. Whitl3z W altczi
Money to Loan. It Mar. 1st, 1IMM>. lame back, kidney bladder, urlo acid trou- ,
Balance Ofuih. on hinul. Feb let, 1909.a99 21 It Is not Ruttleleut to cut a slice of bles'and Brlght's Disease,which Is the worst JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.mm. .

GOLDSMITH, Amount received m Feb,, 11XH ...... 4310 H bread more or less thin-generally less form of kidney, trouble.Dr. .. -'
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M. more-nud hold It to the fire BO
Total. .... .. ......... ... .. !*3U.i: 1)7 than Kilmer Swamp-Root Is not recommended ESTAISLISIIKD .
Lea. warrants imlcl In Feb.. 1900, that part Is scorched while the rest la for everything but If you have kid

A rTOKNEY-AT-LAW anil delivered to County Coinmlmilon- not baked then to put three of four of ney, liver or bladder trouble will be found
ere anj School Hoard.. .... .......... 8,91005 the need. It has been tasted
these pieces In a rack where by close Just remedy you

TITU8VILI.K FL RIDA.F. Balance on hand Mar 1st, 1000....1,1118"oaJlB contact they quickly become eoddeu In so many ways In hospital work. In private
and unwholesome. practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase M. Lane & Son
<.VII IIALANOB "* HKLR AS JI'OI.I.o"81 1 relief and has proved 30 successful In ,
Depoalwllllllullian River Good! toast la a dainty which Is wor-
J. WEBB State Bank every case that a special arrangement has

e check an per, not 1 ...llIer.in.......certltlcuta.... .......,...loss. ..one...$1,11302 thy the cook's best attention. For Its been made by which all readers of this paper
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW achievement take a loaf and cut fromit who have not already tried It, may have a 2.12: WAhlllNOrON STREET: NEW YORK.

Total .."...... ..... .... ....... ......'uIJTIuBALA.VCKS ;; a thin slice. Place this for a few sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th DELONOINO!: TO RACIC FUND AS POL- about and how
minutes ou the rack over the range or telling more Swamp-Root to
Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand I.OWSICOllntY.evellllen'noral :In the mouth of the oven to drr. then find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. Southern Fruit and Produce
rents and accounts collected. Kiiml... ....$ 134 SI When writing mention reading this generous
Road and I JtrlilirafuiKl, .... .... 44 'toast It lightly and evenly on both
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA llulhllnn/ Knnil ... ...... ... ... 20 (M sides before a clear n.'c1U t It on the offer In this paper and ""'
jo'.IIUIt PrlHonerii Knnil.... .. 2M 00 send your address to :
Fine and. Forfeiture Fund .. .. IIIKI 4< rack again to keep\ hot aud be quite Dr. 1111 W
Hpeflnl Rend Blot So .. Kilmer&Co.Bingtall or.c.r.c.1oo1oc.:: : :: : :: Mrchari.to.: ::
D. PENNEY, Fond >!2. 8t 1\1\) cr1,.p before serving r
N. Y. The
A. Hpopiul' Koail Fond, lint No 8... Ill 74 hamton
(U ATTO RYEY.AT-LAW. School Fund -:-. ... ...... ..... .... 3.IIM pieces, and, "I'rTlu' result( will be dollar sizes are sold by all gout: druggists PINKAPPLKS A SPECIALTY. Stencils. Curds nnd our quotatlonH furnished on

TotaL..... ..... .. ........ ........... ,I-m: (UJUHV excellent mid the dlffereneo! between It nppllcnllon, I
, TITOSVIM.E Fr.oIlUA.I IlKNBV, and the thlek. sodden stuff generally

County. Treasurer.STATE served as toast; will be wide< ns, the TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE. -
I Will practice in all the courts of the 7th
I nsunder. The one Is wholesome
I'' poles
Judicial CII'oult.T OF OHIO CIty OFTOLEHO, I 'and delicious. ; the other aloe ls too I will bo at tl.e, following places on

LUCiHCOUNTV! J s"' often met with to need description.So tho Blues nitint'd fur the 'rpOMO' of asRutming If You Have Not ,
AIES.ANDmWS.: FRANK J. rilKNKV IU \lfoo" oath that he taxes fur tho year 1IMK:
far 1 have spoken! only of dry
T Is the senior partner of the firm of 1 F. J. Mnlulmr Monday ;; Mar 1:3IS:!
A TTORNEY-A T-I.\W. CHUNKY; !: & Co., doing) business In the toast But tht'rI.\ Is buttered toast to Till limn Tuesday :
City of Toledo County and State. : bo served with ten or as foundation\ for "
Main office and 0., TI DU.S. FLA. ;Mvllmiiino Wodntsdity 11
Office open at Ft. Pierce ou Und and 4lh afnioialil 1 an,1 I hat R II.t dim will pity: : I various dlshlI.itll'h: that bus", been Run; iiillio ThuiHday U Found What You Want

Fridays of each month. the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor :I mild before applies to thin toast also. Tropic Friday: : III 1 .

Will practice in all the courts of the each and every 9110 of Catarrh that hut now the bread must bo cut thicker, liimyanIoti MondayTuesday ii 111)

7th Judicial Circuit.OTEPIIEN" cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S and It should not be dried or made '8 :so! ) .
[ yon
CATAKKII Cuitic For a Home, suppose take I a trip down and look at our '* ]
-i ""' crisp. Let It bi baked evenly a delicate eoniianii Wednesday 21 '
I FRANK J. CHENEY'/ Fruit amid Garden Lands the
FOSTER.ATTOHNEYAT.LAW. golden color and buttered liberallyat City Point Thursday 22: along \
E.
Sworn to before me and subscribed Mcirlttllaiilover Friday 2.1:
my presence tills Oth day ofl December, once. Then with the crests re Tuesday 27 .
moved. It will be delicious by Itself or East Coast
A. D. 18SI.( Mima 'Velln."day" asa!:!
I -- ,- with the,addition of deviled sardines, LaGrange !)
Rooms 420 and 42:1: Gardner Building Thursday
) SEAL > A. W. GLEASON!: herring roes scrambled eggs and the Tit IIRV 11I0 Friday 1 itn:

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .- Notary Public. hundred and one dainties served by a Cocoa KutlllIay" ::11
Hill's Catarrh Cure, Is taken Internallyand clever cook la this form. Though both Canaveral Tuesday April 3 Settlers are locking lit but iitlll tlioio U room. If you are ,

SAMUEL T. SitAYLim, Goiiuos R. HKUOMK.Q nets directly on the blood and I mucous kinds of toast are excellent In their lllanks will be left at nil the postof- looking tMa way, drop .line to

IIAYLOK & BROOME surfaces of the system. Send for own way, the cools should rememberthe flees In the county for the purpose of
testimonials free.F. E. INGRAHAM 3rd! Vle..rre,ldent.BLOItlUA
Individual qualincatlous of each making returns. JAS. .
J. (CHENEY}; CO., Toledo O.
J. WonricN
F.
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ATTOUJfEVSATLAW.Will !'I J3T Sold by Druggets, ";5o. when serving It. llllolsor."TAN'TKIJ EAST COAST }t'Y.

[ all the Courts of the Hall's Family Pills are the best.
practice n
Ln State. OIHoo In Law Exchange. One of the latest designs for n French KRVKIIAI.' : I'ITK8(>NH' FOR 1118-

! JACKSONVILLE, Fr.A.I WANTED: Ilnnent hotiw;man salary or IDS woman monthly tn travel andexpeiiHBH tailor costume for the utilization of resent HIM .in Mauiiicora thmr own h.anil Stile mirrotindlnjrcounting. ntat. to re|" __ __._ ___ __ __ __ no< __ __ __ _u_.___

with Increaset ponitlon'ptiriiia-, faced cloth broadcloth or vicuna Is one Wllllnir( to |I'AT yearly 1a5pay.ble, !
n.ntenrn.eeelfdddreMeI' ', ittitiiiped enteloba. wmtklv. Itaiilrahlti employment.. with nntiMiialnimrlnnltl
I w. ALLEN MANAOlElt,:3JO Caxton bill .Ullg,Chicago.JTIto In which machine stitched- straps an |'| ..", IMferenuBii "si>luuiK..d. hmiliMenHf
GEORGE .addrtmnml. stamped.. tmvtiloiie.. tt, A. I'ark. PLANT
a .a. ';'; ari Cnxtoii Ilnt'illiiK! Uhlcwiro. gYSTEM.The .

.ATTORXEY-AT-LAW rrll.l.eoVhYN

KEY WEST' FLORIDA. t .
't "HOW TO DO BUSINESS
:, "
Will practice in the United :States ,.f".o'""'':" Trunk Line from Florida" to all points NORTH EA 'I', SOUTH and WEST.
and State Courts. KILL OK Til 1C
9jun05T YOUR MOCKING BIRD
WHY '.. Thiee through Sleeping Car Linen to Kant via! Charleston and Atlantic Coast Line.
with| | stale| foul. when you can Secret of Success in Retail Merchandising
I Three through :SluvpInK Cur Lines to the Eant via Savannah and Southern Railway
the Southern
Home .
r O. FRIES C. E. buy Mocking. Bird -lly OKO.: N.McLEAN.TheMnatCumprelrmalveYrartlcal!: .- Two through Sleeping/ Car I.Inns to tho Vest via Mont omeiy and L. A N. K. K.
Food fresh
every day at25o per lb.; sent | anti Valuable Four through Sleeping Car LIne to the Went via Joaup and :Southern Railway.
i r COUNTY SURVEYOR.:; anywhere lOo) extra to pay fieight. >).l}... rreattoa lluimiui. ,unit How tntoniery| and M. &. Ohio U. It.
f fI WHY suffer from CHILLS & FJ1.VER. r fully 1m It, liver pnbliNli..,. One through Sleeping Car Line to the West via Savannah" and Southern Hallway.
I Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. 1 .. A text honk of practical hint., rnlim and ex-
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when you cnn get a bottle of ample, .of mirh rare value that ever)line, nil matter FORMING Tilt GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE.
i Mapping neatly done. Estimates for Thomas', Chill\[ and Fever Tonic, .how old and ex >ert' iined, cannot. hut deriveahedureand New
guaranteed |ponitiive| value: : Iron: : it.teallhingawhile :-- The New York and KloiIda Special and Tin) York and Florida, Limited.
i all kinds of works. Disputed to cure for :>(110.
engineering let the young nnvli'n It IH a hand book unilIrwiHiiritof I Solid voHtlbulu trains, Hluam hunt electric lighted with observation, compartment,

i lines a specialty.TITCSVILLK WHY miffer from! a splitting HEAD- !1M\, Uruiid inillHpuiiiialile Ch. 'ten. Airunt valve Wanted. Fall dining I\n.ll1bruy, i sirs lunnlng mild hutwton St. AiiguiillnH\ and Joravy City

> Bravard Co., FLORIDA. ACHE, when you can get a bottle II A gent uuttlt, liKiliullnitthu. *:J book on rm'iilptof are operated over !the Plant Hyulom. For Infuunatlon write,
of Thomas' Headache Cure that will (I. Hook ml In KI every ."'"-klt'.r.. In all
cure you In short order for 10c.II. line I'owtitald. on r"o"'J't..t' $i AildreimJhKFKltaON I H. C. McFadden Passenger Agent.13d .
UOUGUTON'S JACKSON, Cbh'alt, HI.WANTFU :! West Day St., Astor lllook, JuckMonvllle Fin.,
"pvll. R. THOMAS Passenger f1I\ll\fl\nllsor., Savannah Ga.
I B. W. Wren
Chemist: & Druggist. LaVilla Pharmacy. ,
SKVKHAI I'KliaOSH KOH III*
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS Jacksonville, Flu[ Minimum. III this elate to rep
I foment me In their own and mirroundlniconnntlmi ---
on the (Dentos) Willing to par yearly rem, pavahlewiMikly .I\r,
/ tit I iMKlrahle ""loyinnnt| with unimualopimrtiinltlen.
BEACH. Free to Ruptured. I ItefrrMiii'Hti exrhunici.il. Knrliwa (j
Now PALM
AT elf, .uililreHMiil "tll"'I.1| l envelo|".. H. A..'..ork.r "
4-. : )Cuxton Jiullillnir,Cblesgn.I .

The Largest and Most Com. Dr. W. S. nice, the Well-known 4 It + I t h

plete Establishment South. > Authority, Mends a trial of hiM

GEO. S. HACKER & SON, Famous Keincdy Free. FERRYSSEEDS :


Anyone Can Now Cure Th.nmtilvei at Home

i \V!
,.. of Time tr.V..k..

To the thounnniU upon tlioimantlii of ruptured n 1
d 11 people who are torturing theniielv with tni.ften Thou.anda of garden.rSdep.nd .
and In momentary ilnnirer of death from on Ferry a 54n1. 1
atranirulatton. Dr. \V. S. Kiue 710 Main Street every ,ar and never pm,tlsrdlappolntm.ot '
Ailanm. N. Y., will ."l d free to nil a trial of hi* Chap sutatl.' t(1iMQI( 6
famous method that haM laved no many liven and Wt.. bring lac, not psying crop.. I ( a '
made no many men. women and children well IS p.ya to pay 11"1. more for
and strong and permanently cured of old and rg.av'.Saae. Ftv.c.nt.per paper
dltttrult Lh not he backward alnmt
rupturea. .v.rywh.r., and aiwayu worth it.
writing for a free trial. It will flout you nothing Alwaystk.neut.m mseedAnnualfro..
and will euahle you to see how easily. you nancure I. M, 11111 a1.., Itilllf, MIBM. .., -
yotirnelf In a very short time without toeing
an hour from: work tit, Rice In: determined that VERY STYLISH TAILOR GOWN -.
every' nlTerlng man or woman shall know the oiled on the gracefully fitted jacket that
wonderful truth that rupture can be cured, amihe
therefore generonely.ende. prepaid by m.lI. fastens [Invisibly up the front to the
OF his method, alwolntelr" free.,and yon can make a mall revere which[ turn back below a ANTED-Ilnne.tman: or wnman tA travel The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate
MANUFACTURERS free trial of It. \trlie today without tail m.. "1V, lot large home ealary f 411) monibly soul
Sash Blinds you cannot afford to rolls this free and generous velvet collar Above narrow chemisette[ ex|>eiiiwi., with liH'rmuiei xmftlmt, perms seventy years of age who has been in the Infirmary for three years,
.Doors, otter. of tucked silk. Braid trimming In deeply nnnt: ennlime NelfHutilreitiieil HtAiniiml etu;eloini,
____
____________ btillilliiK.: : has Tabules
MANAUKK, XMCaxton: I l hlago.I a great sufferer from indigestion and been taking Ripans -
Material Mr.n. Nll..>n,of 8ogn. Minn., had two very pointed row border tho entire
Moulding & Building bad scrotal rupture., both of which he cured skirt save a narrow space [In front under about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is''

Office Warerooms.. King; opposite permanently pain' or booing at and his time ham from without work nifTerlnK lie need any the the long stitched strops giving-the cured and W aI k ,..k",'m.,. wllhJDI *"lti. I never without them. He is willing that his name should be used in
: fanioun Rice method and .ay.of fit "This won. effect fit a plaia underskirt. Covert ,P I III L M h.en ,f
Cannon Street.Char1eston ilerfnl to he to that couldbeiltmlre. IJ ttt ::: r.:; partioulero other
homecnre han proven suiting In red or dark green; would\ Sent RSc [, a testimonial, as it might be o( use in persuading some personto
had scrotal .
I am fully OI".I..f two ....... M. M "wuuu t' Co.
S. C. rupture, and am very R-rati-fiil to. Dr Rlre for make a very stylish costume modeled .IIIM., lot North frnr *l try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution )
God eml. I hoe all
having rented (iii-h a
people who arempture.twill im" It B nil your after this deslp.-L'Art de [la Mode. eighty-four years of age bas had liver trouble for many years and''
Ur. W. 8. Rice 710 Main
name and addre to
Sash Weights, Cord and !free''It.. Adam trial with. N.In4tmctlonn Y.. and ha will.gladly'.M to...n.1 how you yon a A Llltl Device In .....DI.....*. TN,, Choice finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him'very much. They also have tw. ,

can quickly aud easily mare If youjHelf.at b..... Flats[ are generally rather vmall. t.Io WlnesLlquore nurses there one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer I

Hardware. Write will to-ilay.he cured Ihin't sound wait.an a dollar you before begin spring nowyou with cupboards at a premium so la and Cigars. from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerve
work be1flrw. order to produce the effect of a recessan
Window and Fancy GlassA [Ingenious lady has bit on a clever Guaranteed 1'ure. .usness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they

plan. As the foundation of her scheme ; Ii v Sold at reduced '
also
BO YEARS f always have a package in their pockets. The matron states
ISPECIALTY. EXPERIENCE she has taken a doorway that I hub Into t, prlcff
'that she is of and at times suffers with indigestion
another department fn thin. It being J i y Imported forty-five years age

for all practical[ purposes useless[ she Tokay wins, causing pain and paroxysms of belching, and finds that UM

q has bung up a few shelve, and on from Italy' Tabules are very good indeed and Is perfectly willing. to have her
Yirginiaflomes
the edge of these shelves she bun tack.
John B. Togni used in a testimonial 1
ed some rows or crlmnon pinked out name .

leather. Around the doorway there I I.a I. Metropolitan Saloon 123: East Bay SU W II"I'D" _"__ "_""' ''' --' ...
T"aOI: Ma"Ka --- ... -
You learn all about Virginia Land, t drapery of Algerian material arranged t..t._ :- t. : rr-it-nI.-.I =tC
DESIGNSCO""IGHT. JACKSONVILLE KLOUIDA. _c- ::\=.:_ ___ .... .
its resources products mode of cut s 'C. on a spear. The bottom shelf

the An von* .n<1ln ftftrtt end d-nortMlon mufniilrulr (Is come way from the ground and a Whole.ale and n.tall... .
tlratlon reading : o. --
prices etc., by iu .rt' err opinion h.thr oInvmitlnn .
l" probably p.t ntl>l.. rotnmniil curtain Is run along It. behind which

Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts.the ?..lonr..lrt...t 'rrw tkt.et lr l mll.<1mu""...(.J L fur Ilandbonkon_rm, pt PaMnu"it>. can be hid any unsightly Object yon Marriage i BEl1. .. PRINTING
PWJ *
months to .M"
for
3 subscription .... tunmib. Wunn k Cov: raeolveIfrriat '
"iii iil""nottct ta. wllliuU......., la*-. have to hide. Tben you Oil np the ::1.,....... .. Thoaa.nde.' ... W MIA JOBOF
Farmer Co., Emporla.Vat shelves with book, old or new. according from Wealthy patron lolrodiM .
Jlm ritan. '(W'.tI Sloeofm.l.04. fenonal. iuV wm4.d.
Scientific to jour fancy and around the I...to lad'", ...11''. ropy 20 ALL KINDS
cvaKD_wi'"B............,.bl.Bemec1l ... A timnlltamtilT Uhf _-if "'_'Y. I. .......... rtr.mlntl woodwork of the door aDd across the -..5a'V OCML AMCII ;"a*.Ttltdo.. CM'..
DR PSY n of any.rmt... tnomal. ""' S> a
>sy _...a ,.,,r:"cure monthMoVt II'all n.wwl 1_ front of It bang the curtain Ifjl Executed at theADVOCATE
Felled bopel1a teaWaatlwttwo4binl.Mall.rmptom.r.mor (7re: t Big MaIsMCLeoplesof..rf
: P-wNM & Co..3I'8reednJ.-New YorklMtuo. drinking .M .....III..n.nl mxm,_'PI', loom Inr row..(<. PRINTING OFFICE.
-1 Tr.ttnifml.)..t>< : trv.trne.ItTN.DL O. 41_", 1M..,W... .d.U; r-Do 709 filter : water f T.M4.Aj.,. lJu,..., .4 St.CUIr M..T....... O
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Indian River Real Estate Agency

AWBKKLY JOURNAL DBVOTBD TO TUB Dxrx oThe charge of pctanimisisin can. O

OrMKHT OF TUB INDIAN RITER, LARK not be sustained against anyone OAL: rill TITUSVILLE FLA.
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WORTH AND IIIHOAYNB BAV SBCT1OMS. who cautiously and unexaggerated ,

ly stales( a disagreeable fact. Opti E /
FRIDAY.
PUBLISHED EVERY misism can become so broad as to AUSQLUTELY PORE YOU would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised m thi

Editor & Proprietor embrace falsehood in its efforts to paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write nt once t u
OaARLKH H. WALTON palliate wrong and white-wash the Makes the food more delicious and wholesome 1 thin Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public
I
U- Many sales will probably be made this winter by thin. Agency.
IMiioontlnimiioa ofa OVAl**K>ra OWBf R CO KSW W) yours.,
_
onally at thin office or by writing. it be and
dark and repellent
may PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to 10.00
when we say that crime is on the ORANGE and VEGETABLE:\ LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.

Check,etc.,may he made and payable to CHARLESH. increase, we state a positive truth PABLO BEACH RAILWAY.. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of lau
proprietor
I WALTON,pulilUher that U borne out by current facts. Oallle; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price (],UOO.

Addrosi all orvmmunloatlona to There who would PROCEEDINGS. ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, CO miles south of Tltusville. Will pay $1,(000 this
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE are some array On several occasions the ADVOCATE year and $2,000() / next. Price, $7,000.
TITUIIVILLB. FLORIDA themselves in pious robes ,and rebuke has drawn attention to the building of HAMMOCK LANDS, near Tltusvllle, from $5: to $25 per acre.
TlTUsvitLic March 6 1000.
us for this utterance; but the the F. E. C. Ky. track from Jacksonville Ono hundred and sixty acres, l lake front, 2i miles west Tltusvllle. good for
fact is none the less apparent thai to Pablo Beach, and now we'can an- The Board of County Commissioner pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $ no.Oo.
U. 8. Department of Agriculture nounce its completion, which took placeon met pursuant to adjournment. Present:
Iturcnu Jupiter, Fin. theft rapine and murder are of Wednesday.. It la said to be a fine W. U. Slmrpe, J. Mendel, J. N. Waller, -
Weather -
such frequence a
The following! is a comparative statement comment within a week after their Parrott Is to bo congratulated.; Yester- The chairman being absent, the Jas. :B. :Sours
of temperature and rainfall for the commitment, The question natur- day the regular schedule went Into effect, Board appointed W. n. Sharpe chairma ,
and trains will run daily; to the above pro tem. The minutes of last meeting
Alar 0 1000.
week ending Tuesday, this of
arises
epidemic
ally : Why resort. Work this branchof were read and confirmed-
DATE. MAX.-1000( :'MIN.- MAX.-1800-MIN. crime? What !are the actuating pretty the road has been pushed upon forward for The letter of W. H. Robinson, claimingan E3ay: G-ra:1D.: I':: 3Oc l, dour,

71 OS 73; 04 motives? In most cases avarice nearly four months. Tbe track has been error in last year's assessment on lily
28 1 ((10 r.8 82: 61 and the desire to obtain this world's changed from' a narrow gauge, but the lands, was, on motion, referred to J, N. GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
rolling stock will be the game as that Waller and the ''assessor to ascertain I If
2 00 ( 4S 70 (i8 in u"o oo the main line between Jack error exists.
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efforts for their acquirement, is sonville and Miami. The report was received from the clerkof
4/5 73 00 (05 110; 81 80 (05 70 the main cause From Jacksonville to Pablo Beach two the court for hunting licenses Issued Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all. kinds. >of Insects; Harmless to man or

6. 74 67 73 U: The recent wholesale murder of trains will run daily-one In the morn- during the month of February, to; R. beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation
ing and another In the afternoon. The Hyde, and the money turned over to the
Total rainfall for the week: 2.13: the Roberts family near Jackson- first train will be for passengers and the County Treasurer. Lowest cash prices.

Departure from normal rainfall for the vill, Fla., where the ostensible purpose second for freight passengers.\ The The Inspector of roads mad his
week: plus 1.50 Inches., Departurefrom for Office; 124 W Bay street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
monthly
of the murderer was to obtaina ADVOCATE representative In Jacksonville report February, which was
normal rainfall since January 1, few dollars is proof of speaks glowing terms of this new examined and approved. / ... .. -- .
paltry --
plus 1.31Inohe". branch of the Florida East Coast Railway On request of the State Board of Health r'
HAL P. HAHDIX, ObserverNow the above statement. There is a which will run some of the fluent the Board appointed C. P. Plattn, at CHAS. WELSHANS

large criminal class who study passenger cars and! engines south of the Fort Pierce, to net according to Rule 28, ,

that Florida has escaped crime as a profession, and' there is' MHMOD and Dixon line. State Board of Health
another and larger The Pablo station Is to be enlarged; The County Treasurer made his monthly -
disastrous freezes for this winter, perhaps even the ;pavilion Improved, and other things statement In the dltlerent funds lit

let us renew our energies! and see class who ure instinctively criminal done to add t to the pleasure of the many/ I the county, which was examined and CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER

,wjbat can be directed! this year in but have had no favorable op. thoiiHands of people who will visit Pablo approved. 1'-
I portunity to exercise their gifts. Beach the, coming summer. J. M. Mendel and J. N. Wailer were
the of material Eternal Agent for Cabot's Creosote
way progress[: Shingle Stains.
appointed committee the
to
Sometimes this favorable Among; the many oilier things Mr. destroy
activity is the price of pros. opportunity Henry M. Flagler Is doing on the East warrants turned over by the Treaxuie

perity.IK presents Itself, and the Const la the building of a railroad from as per schedule. The committee having/ Write for Samples and Prices.
country is amazed to find that a Pablo to Mayport. Before the rails can pet formed tbelr duties were discharged
.
does not deceive us certain hitherto respectable citizen be fully laid on this road, a trestle 1 Ii The Tinasurer( had certificate attached Old 'Phone 8. t"' 218 E Bay Street
memory has been detected in an atrocious mlle long has to be elected across : to his report, showing that he hud the ,
one of our contemporaries in far mm sh. This will probably be completedby balances deposited\ in the Indian Rive JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
j South Florida predicted ,tffe/ ultimate crime. The insatiate desire to the end of this month, when the laying I State B Ink.

defeat of the British in the possess something not within our of the track will be rapidly, pushed The Clerk of the Court presented his ..- -- --. .-- -

Transvaal. he still adhere to lawful grasp becomes so intense as Forward. When this road la finished, bill for witness fees paid out by.him at
keep business on Mnyport.Mr. the February term of the County Courtsmoothing
your
to stifle the conscience' and arouse eye
tbe statement, or have recent Hrit- ; Klugler Is a wonderful man; he to 21.20! which was examined MeMurray & Baker
leis successes expelled the idea? the baser passions. has spent about thirty million dolh..sin I and approved.On >
Another Incentive for crime is Florida. and the AI>VOOA.TU hopes lie motion, M. Bridges was placed on ,

\ has found in the fact that a large percent will Home day lay his magic wand on Tl the pauper \list at $5: Ol) per month.
AN divorced 410, 412, .j.14, 410. 4tH Main St
Congressman ,. of turbulent tusvllle, the county seat of J'.i-evnid. On motion the furnishing of suitable Jacksonville Fla.
from his wife because she believedin our ignorant, wires for the Sebastian and Turkey ,

faith cure. We do not blame class' go heavily armed as if anticipating Creek ferries was referred to J. Houston, Headquarters for-

an unusual outbreak. The FOR WIDOWS AND ORPHANSOf Commissioner 4th district\ .
him: Any one cranky enough to man with a pistol In his pocket does Ou motion the following bills were Wagon Material Vehicles Harness
accept that doctrine Id liable to audited and ordered to be %paid: Bicycles
not curb his temper so well as the the llrltlnh In tbe South African War. W II ,
psychological disturbances of a Sharpe, county commissn'r $ 301
one who has none. The very consciousness JACKSONVILLE FLA. J Houston, '7 20 and Sundries.
serious order. She might disjointhis Feb. 20th, 1000.
that he is armed renders J N Waller, in 40

neck for the sake of welding it him: cureless of other people's feelings Editor Indian River Advocate : Electric Light Co, Lights/ . \9 00/ "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put
wheels
together again. Melbourne S Hunk, Inton warrants 107 on you
and perhaps, rather desirousof A meeting of British residents of FlorIda t "
was held 10 Jacksonville Saturday, lirevard Co S" 20 40( at short notice.
TilE provoking a disturbance than the 24th ult., to consider the desirabilityof J Mendel copying minutes. 5 OilI <
political plum trees'me wishing to avoid one. A few days raising a subscription toward some > Cain, ferryman, two months 12 (Mh

being fiercely, shaken by aspiring ago a Negro was arrested upon ourstreets one or other of the charitable funds necessitated A Conkling, '. '0', 12: on(

candidates throughout the Suite. and when searched by the present South African J P Brown, janitor , 3 00 HAMMOND PACKING CO.
was jailor . :30110
Every candidate war. It was pointed out that such subscriptions "
Ii expects a plum, found to be armed to the teeth. An were being sent to the Mansion feeding driff . 201) (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.:)
but
as the supply is nothing like Improved Smith Wesson revolver, louse[ from British subjects in all parts waiting on board 4 Ot OUR SPECIALTIES :

equal to the demand, it is safe to 'a pair of brass knuckles and a belt of this world, and.a strung feeling was .. co court 447

say that many will be disappointedin filled with cartridges were found shown that we In Florida ought not to E B Walter, advertising , 8 f>0 "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
acquiring the 'fruit. Still the be unrepresented. M Goldsmith, prosecuting att'y 8:181: ; 'Coin Special" canned
is upon his person. The only reason The Mansion House fund Is divided In. D L Gaulden, county judge. ... 25 UO meats.
contest interesting and the that can be assigned why this Negro to; many channels, and of these tbe A Stewart, accountant . 1601) "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

people are ready to applaud the had not perpetrated some crime is 'Widows and Orphans", fund was felt tobe T T Wetmore, Ice . . 1211( "Calumet" leaf lard.
victors.AN that the had the one most deser vlng. T J Cockshult, rglxtration! officer 10 41
opportunity not pre- A committee of three, whose names A A Ford, fish warden. . 40 CX() Homemade pure lard. ,
sented itself. The wholesale shootings appear at the foot hereof, was appointedto J Pritchard A Son, mdso for Jail 7 20 "Peerless"
effeminate man and a masculine : in Kentucky illustrates the send out.circulars and Invite subscrlp.lons J P Brown, county court expense 21) IK) compound lard sausagesand

woman are anomalies that evils of the pistol-carrying: habit. and you are requested to forward :M Downey, mdse for paupers. :3 //SII .. all Packing House Products Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

excite the contempt of Both sexes. Thus far have stateda your offering at once to any of these S J Norton, wood, , BOO
We never hear we briefly committeemen.At Pauper list . , ., 12900 --
a woman expressing
herself few disagreeable facts without the meeting above referred to, a J O Fries supt of roads . 10 45 r
in loud
boisterous and masculine ,offering$ a cure for the evils! pointedout. sum of about three hundred! dollars\ was A II Carlile\ acct cont no 2 diM 1 25; 00 WILLIAM CLARKE SANITIAITU31BEfl

terms, without feeling temp We can, in this particular, promised, and all help even in small sums C D Flood, bal .' 3 1 20() 00 ,
ted to offer her a pair of trousers ; draw bow vlll be welcome. R J LaRoache, acct 10 3 25 00 1 '-
merely our atI venture .
W J Nesbitt, for lighter' 4 1 (15
and the other F. HAWAIID rope
on hand would be ,
we for' the problem is a deep one It W. D.VIIITE. S F Glbbs acct cont between Eau Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing: Sheet

gratified hubburd" to present a "mother. seems evident, though that a rigid WM. M. ANOAS, Oallle and Melbourne 10000 Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets
to the coquettish young enforcement of our statute laws, S Jacksonville, Fla. W L Frantz road work, district 5 5 00
..
I fop, who calls himself a man. r It. I 5 105 00 and Wash Stands. 'Copper vessels .of all kinds and
without discrimination as'to We understand over $400 has already
any J P .
I Brown feeding prisoners ./6000M descriptions re-tinned.
been In.
persons, would go far towards sent r i Goldsmith, cavasglng. fees. . 2000J

THE stockman's association, which affecting a reform that is only too P Brown, crlm prosecution., 184 8S

convened in Kissimmee on Wednesday much needed. LAMAR AFTER THE DOLLARS. A A Stewart, .. 23 22 37 Forsyth St. Jacksonville Florida.
-
last J P Brown, ." 3 25: ,
was an
: august assembly. On motion, the petition of W. C. Braddock .
All the cattle kings were INTERESTING EXPERIMENT. TALLAHASSEE! FLA., March 0, 1000.! et al.! for a change of road at Sebastian ...

there, and matters of vital impor- To-day the caKe ofV.. II. Reynolds, was laid over till next meeting, JTilE

tance to their business were did- Comptroller, and ". M! Pearce, sheriff, on account of the absence of the Road
cussed. The cattle industry is one Experiments that give promiseof appellants, versus the Flotilla Central A Supervisor.The SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

of being highly successful are being Peninsular Railroad Company, appellee, Board adjourned to meet again on
our most paying institutions
and conducted in Texas under the direction was advanced for argument and decision the first Tuesday, Aptli, 11)00.)
we sincerely hope that it will In the Supreme Court of Florida, upon '
of the National
continue to thrive until it attains Departmentof the motion-of Attorney-General Lamar QUARTER OAK ALMANACS, Calendars Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
immense proportions.SOME Agriculture. The problem Is to The argument of the same Is fixed for and circulars, and prices sent free 'II ,
find a way of restoring the cattle March 27th. to all who write to Gco. II. FCBXALD, -
'
'
almost This case Involves the collection of Sanford, Fla. .
ranges, destroyed by over
people regard'every' man stocking. A committee of experienced 11)0.000.00( of back taxes due the State Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk prick! .....
of wealth as their inveterate of Florin. and certain counties for the SEBASTIAN INLET. .
enemy. ;
stockmen in 1898 decided .
18707081. This Is the fourth
It is years "
true, some use their wealth upon investigation that it would imp this case has appeared in the Su- Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. 'Telephone 3fo. :2tU.! :!
\ E. II Rice who had
the
eelllshly and Captain ,
contract -
others but
oppress ; require 10 acres of that range,, to promo Court. A large mass of evidence
to dredge the Sebastian Inlet has
there is another class of wealthy the las been taken In the same, and the case I J. K. :MUNXERLVtf, General Manager.
support one cow through sea returned to Tltusville, having completed .
mon who will be'fully and finally decided on its
are benefactors to the son. Now 8 acres is amply sulllc- merits. If the decision is In favor the job. This Inlet Is opposite the Sebastian ------
people. They are liberal in their River and understand --
we the
lent and in less
a few years more of the State, then tbe sum involved will
contributions to charitable pur- ba divided between the State and the work Is finished, except a small bank
than one half (hat number of acres .0. L.
the which has been KEENE.
near left
and make ocean to ..
poses, large expenditures will be This counties of Alachua, Baker, Bradford, ..
required. very gratifying hold back the tide-water.( The Inlet has
for various Columbia Uadsden Jefferson
enterprises, thus giving has Clay, been cut to a depth of three feet below
been
change brought Loon Madison, Nassau, Suwannee and
the laboring classes what water level. It Is 21ft. wide Dress Goods
at the bot-
they about by the introduction of a for. Wakulla. The State will be entitled to Trimmings Millinery Notions
need tom and 00ft. wide at the
mostly -work. And one of sign called the "oasis" alfalfa. $i4K: ( >0, and the above counties to the top. ,
grass All that Is
this class is Mr. Henry M. of #.";] (OCX) ranging from thous necessary to open the Inlet,
Flagler. sum > one Laces Gloves
This is an alfalfa that was found U high water in Indian Klver. It Is, Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery, Corsets.
May his shadow and to eight thousand dollars each.
never grow less growing without irrigation on the however, said that Indian River, near

THE ---- high plains of India. The Agricul- BREVARD SCHOOL BOARD.The dredging.A.the west. end of the Inlet, needs a little "Prompt attention paid to all orders.

Metropolis, of Jacksonville, tural Department secured one pintof

deprecates the idea of 'dark horsetJ'entt'rlng seed and sent thetn to the agent Itcautit'iil and'-Valuable Home This is one of the,oldest and most reliable houses in Jacksonville All the latest
usual monthly meeting of the
the gubernatorial race ; for' trial. This alfalfa grew rapid.ly Patterns and Style.
above Hoard took place thin week, when for Sale nt Rnrgnlit,
very justly concluding that the can- and reached a. height of two. itessro. J. M. Dixon, S. F. (Ulbbn School e 101 West Bay Street
corner of Laura
dilates who have announced them. feet In July the drought set tin; Board officers; and Mr. Jno. II. Same, At MIcco on Indian river, Fla., consisting JACKSONVILLE, FJ.L ..\.

selves for the office of governor are and by September 1st the agent iupt. of Public Instruction, were pre of 10+ acres, a well built, two-
---
amply sufficient from which sent. story house, 7 rooms; a two-story store -- -
make a selection. to reported Washington that. this After the payment of bills, teachers'salaries building, lSx32ft., handsome front lawn,
We quite con- alfalfa was dead, add to all appear. and attending to other matters shaded by palm trees; a 300 foot dock; IJFWELEO. .
cur with our esteemed contemporary -' ance it was ; in October the rains pertaining to the schools throughout ::ire budded orange, tangerine and grapefruit saeatttets WATCHES CLOCKS

in the position it has taken, came, and shoots started irevtml county, it was trees; 150 sour trees ready to bud- ,
and green Ordered-As certain pupils object to BOO) stock artesian well J
hastily rise to second the young nuriory ; ; #
tion. mo from the 'roots, and eight days caring for the school rooms, and as thereare 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distributedover :: Diamonds
Anyone of the five candi from that date alfalfa 8 inches tall no funds available to pay janitors; place: ; 1 acre wood shed for pineapples --- ... .Jewelry ,
dates who are In the race would was cut. 1& la ordered that tbe pupils either take ,a few hundred Porto Rico pine t ,

make a governor of whom Florida Why would this not be a wise experiment :- their part la caring for the rooms, or' apple plants; railroad station on west Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Present,
could well be proud. We do that the patron pay for the sweeping. I line of this place; tramway running to Waltbara Watches etc.
not for Florida? ;Alfalfa ,
believe the Ordered.-'l'hat the schools must maintain river front on the east. This place to be
convention will go outside contains much more nutriment than an average daily attendance of :20 I appreciated must be seen. The very
of these in making its selec wire-grass and is far ahead of it or more, to entitle them to an extensionof handsomest place on the river. The FIlE( WATCH and JEWELRY REPA1RU6>

tion, for the obvious reason that no In the rapidity of Its growth. Cattlemen the term to seven months. This or land Is of the best hammock. Orange SILVERWM6
better men are to be found der applies only to school with one trees nearly all la bearing now.' A SPZCIALTT.

where. any- especially should Interest teacher each. Apply to D. L; GAtrt-DKjf, :Atty.Titueville ., Spectacle and Eyeglasses Charges paid on*'way. R. J. RILES,
themselves in this matter. The Board then adjourned. Fla.
225 W. Bay St., JACXSOSVILI, tr

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INDIAN RIVER\ ADVOCATE, MARCH 9, 1900. I. b>>

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ESTABLISHED 882.1 I Ormond. COIUlKSrONKKNCK' 1NVITK1 STENCILS! rCRMI4IIEIfw!

FER TILIZERS.


I This pleasant tourist resort bas been McCOMB & CO

doing remarkably good buolnese! of late
"U1VIN'"ER.: : .S'U'rr "
: ,
the Or.nond being fairly crowded.
Among the prominentgucHts of the hotel Use our Pineapple Brand if you want to meet saao

are the following: .
with Success. nsh1.n.gton.: St.; Now' YorJ.J:...
Mr. and Mrs. David P. Kimball\, of
'
A: Boston, are again at the Ormond for the

f seanon. '. ...Make a Specialty of... ,

O. C. Bloomfield and wife, of Jackson,

Mich., old guests, have returned to the T GUARANTEED ANALYSIS : .
y

Ormond. Ammonia ... .. '"."" "" .' .... ". '''' . ""' . ... .. ... ....... 4 to 8 per rent
: Available Phosphoric Aclil, . .. .... ................ .... ... .. .. .. .... .... 6 to 7 per ('(Ont. .BEANS.
Miss Elizabeth Bt'rryand Miss Martha I'otaah KK 0.......... .. t.... .. .... .. ..... ... .... .. ... 6 to 9 percent.Largest .
Berry, of Detroit Mich. old are .
guests, 1 1
PER F. O. B.
again at the Ormond. Price $30.00 TON JACKSONVILLE, .

Illram W. Ricker and Dr. M.C. Wed &o ,

wood, of Poland Springs Me., are at the Favor us with a part of your shipments,

Ormond for u short stay.B. .

F. Keith, of Keith's theatre fame, dealers in fertilizing material in We won't ask you to continue If others beat us. .

Mrs. Keith and maid, of Boston, will be ,

E: at the Ormond for some time.II .

Harris Phinney, a member of tbe the State. .

Mount Pleasant Golf Club, has arrivedat C

THAT'S ALL.Hardeeville.. the Ormond for a short stay. ---- Photo Supply o.. .

Mrs. Geo. L. Cheseborough, Miss Ma-

bel Robinson and Miss hailer, of Detroit All Correspondence olieorfullv answered.;

are at the Ormond for the season i ... S. A.4 ltl-4: :H3ll.Mi llllllt :J"i'oc1nh: : Ct).

Thos. N. White, of sewing machine
fame, of Cleveland, 0., with his daughter %S- Write for Special Pamphlet. The only house In ]i'lm'leItlevoUnlt, Its time to tlioAMATEUR. -

Mrs. Simmons; la improving
1y. FERTILIZER & .
BROS.
LITTLE PHOSPHATE
Quite a delegation drove down to the Mr. and Mrs.V.. J. Clilttenden of' De- CO. OUR SI'ECtA.r.Ty''novelopln/f/ nnd Printing..
the Ormond. Mr. ,,
troit, lIch".are at
ic-nlc at City Point and reported a
Clilttenden Is proprietor of the Russell Give us a trial. No trouble to answer questions
loasant time. J'ackcozz.vill;: o. Florida.
:
house. :
01 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.KODAKS. .
Miss\ Willie Wilson left, Monday for
Mrs: W. X. Waite, of Cleveland, 0., ,
laml, to spend; a few weeks with her ------ - -
and Mrs. J. S. Newberry, and maid, of
Mrs. Dickson former resident
f UHln this place. a Detroit, are at the Ormond for the rest Melbourne. Rockledge. Eau Gallie. Working Night and I>ay.

of ho season. The busiest and mightiest little thing
SIH| Willie King a birthday pal.ty8t
gave III r. and Mrs. II. S. Blossom, two child- Hint aver wise made In )Jr. Klnu'n Now
Miss :
Friday evening. Music, games and Cleveland O. at CHKH>K A: flliil).:.-Itonl K.Hmre: mid Ioiiim.Au Miv: Pomroy. of Oxfoid, Is the The ItocheHtnr was noticed our hnr- I I.lre Pills Every 1.11I1" Itlllljtllr.'OlitOlIItlobl'lo
candy pull were ''much enjoyed' bye ren and maid! of are {;..ttt lor jKtna: Loniloii and Liverpool aim guest of Mitts Myrn Williams for a few 1 bor hiniulrty.Mis. .
the Ormond. !Mr. Blossom Is of the of health that olinngiM weakness
circle of lends. <;ii>l>". and liiiiii'Tlul Klre Iimiiruiice. M|> cial days. f fLngilppe
rge Bingham Hardware Co.Dirs. attention pal. ..) to the tllt ru.,. ul mm resident A. K.: Valentine, of Tlltmnn Is tho Into HiiPtiglh, HMtliiNHiiuHs\ Into energy,.
J. P. S.iwtelle Is having 100) peach treesf *. ! seems' to bo prevalent here 1 hralu-fiiu: Into mental
They're*
Miss Blrnie and ----- ---- -- lnl,,I guoHtof M II''', S. U. C Manson, this week, power
different varieties from the well-known Wm. Blrpie now, novel people having been taken wundcifiil In building up this hmlth.Onlv .
Miss Rebecca Bernie of :Springfield, Subnet Iptlons for the AnvocATK, nick this work Ohiiltlen of Tit nsvlllo
Judiio was n
urserles of Gilttiog[ Bios put out on :'jr>o bold by It. R. Wilson
Is land near the railway station.! Mass., old guests of the Ormond, have the pink paper of the East. Toast will be Mix McChfKiiey nml Miss| Williams pleasant visitor In town, :Satuiday: and 1 ,Son's druggist\ ,
: returned for the season. received. ut the. Melbourne i PmttoOlee. Sunday .
ontoitrtltird
pleimunlly ntcards ---------- -
Mrs. O. n. Pond, of New York City, is very one
siting! her slater Mrs. J. 1'. Sawtelle. ; Mr. and :Mrs. E. Y. Swift, of Detroit The schooner, j. F. Powell, returned, evening 'last week Mrs. A. $. Filpnd, of Pittorson, N. J., TItii.svlllo r.nuiHlry.

I the and theIlsl"'s\ Swift, are at the Ormund, lost Sunday from n plmtoint" trip south Miss Pnlno U the guest nf Mrs TliOH. liaiboui at
he reports a very delightful I trip on Film has gone to the Sanllailurn .
will remain this mouth. Mr.
Tew York and Florida :Special, reaching where is they Mrs. Miry HiUev end l Miss Holmes of at lIt'I'I'ltt'ht'I'e she will spend Wnlden, collage :Mrs. loo.. CiHik, of Tltiisvlllo, I III now
Swift lawyer
acksonvllle about twenty-four hours a prominent Sharps ago
fter leaving New York. MIH. Pond( Is Mrs. F. R. O..born and Miss Bnstlaneli, and Visiting fiends. Mr. AnrixHii Smith Mlnml mid NIIMHIIII, anti Is the guest of ilcHcilptlon., All\ wink, guariiutepd.
harmed with the beautiful appearance of New Yoik old guests of the Ormond, Rn.IIItt.lo son, Mrs A. 1(. Hodgson.MIH. Leave your washing at l O. F. UII I"'a
f trees and flowers, as her former visits are hero for the lI"aMon. Mrs. Ottborn Is Mrs. W. f. Metcalf and daughter, Mills Van Ktpnr nod Mint |!KNHO! /Smith left corner moi'i. opiiimlie Al nVIIOA TIC oltlcu.

!aye been made just after a freeze. a good fisherman, and. makes some big Maggie, of I'.ilrti Roach, are hole to attend to-diy; for tlivU1 home In Pompton Lakes, S. 0. II Hanson ,retimicd from Tlll-
catches. the ChautallqllR.Mr. N. J. man, on Monday\ liiHt, whore" she was the -If you want good. miiltn, you will

Oscpoln Currier. Frank Carter: L. W. guest uf Mr Vitlont inc. 'find, tho AtivofATK\: lull exct.lIent. ntlvcrtlsltig -
ASII, DOORS AND BLINDS. Floridallnrdwaie Mrs. II. T. Whiten, two children nnd and Mrs.. Bracket and daughter, llntPDllelil,
.1. 1). VaoDcmiin, mid F.. S. medium I .
Co., Jacksonville. maid, pf, Whitensville, Moss., old guests and Mis. Smith, of Kansas. City, Mo., WIllinniH' loft, Tliuroday. for a trip down The steamer vxcuislcin' Silver King' ,Melbourne ourriod nnieriy

of the Ormond have taken one of the are guests at Hotel Carleton the river as far an Fort Pleice.n. party 0
\Iluaoh Wodnuitday, afternoon. The lent Itaibor SIlO
InjMke the II.
Lucia
Banyan.The suites St. cottage, on ?oIl'. and Mrs.. Horace Stewart and little .
N. Clmk
has
hotel I grounds. daughter of Soabiecze\ are attending the puichiiHvd the llllln Thu <<...mU'lict for ca 'r> Ing the mall from -
: (
of and "'rillof propertyjust noitli of the Wil Eau!: litlllfl, lo Nathan has loon awarded Artistic( Hair Cutting Shoving, Sliampnolntr -
Mrs. D. and Dr.
Amos F. are
Mr. and Mrs. Breed Ohitutauiiia| guests kinson and lias.
cottage
fishermen have been removed that to C. A. Potter of Dol.llhdt'll.\ .. ito I'oirnlnln .
making good F. Donk and \Mrs John F. Bartlett, of Mrs. O. H. Stewart blot in the landscape. -the old school Ilutli Tubs with
awls hereabouts. Kleatrlcal: llivtlm
recently, Lynn Mass., have joined their friends, Mr and Mrs. Marcy and the Misses houso. C. Almtworth. who III I purser on the 8t.AIlIt".tln attached Kvorythlng:
llltP.
llp-t-< U. P. 11 tJNT'PI01'UN' Prop..
Young and fault trees are Mrs. A. B. Beale and Dr. Chas. E. Clark pleiiMiinlly surprised his wife !
)
orange grape Crofut and Starr are enjoying their stayat As usual '
n big crowd from this side :im: : West Bay //'It. Jacksonville
utting on. immense growth and bloomng at the Ormond.E. Hotel Carleton, and, think Melbournea took In the dame nt IndlunoU last )Fri and friends by short visit, on Monday

freely. C. Simmons, II. S. Glenn Mrs. F.G. most delightful spot day night These' club\ dances are crow. ]rev. S. F. (Jove preached' to quite a Order of Pulillciitloii.

Sam f'liilds retu'ned home last week, Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. lIfer, and Capt. Alex. J. Ooode loft here, Monday, lug; more and mote" popular with the Inignoon. ii'gatlon, at the lliiptUtciiurcli) ,

fter spending several days' here looking George Simnionds, of bt. Louis, are at to pilot a launch, with a party, from young: people on this vide of the ,liver.' Sunday morning. In tine afternoon lie --
I'tcr his interests. the Ormond. Mr. Simmonds the head returned to /St.: Augustlno. fotniT or TIIIC HKVKNTII!
Kockledire to Fort Pierre and then on Mr Pock gave delightful hop at the 'I/ndltdii. Clfnult of Klorliln, In mill. fur llrttvanl -
The Brown grove U doing fairly well, i of the big hardware company. down to Palm Beach ami. Miami. the Plaza last' Hii'iirdny' evening which, The Kiiuhro Club was entertained at t'ulI" Y. !C'huiiotiry.

tit the north end, which is better pro- Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Ferry, of Detroit, E. A. Blfflow and wife of DcLand are was more than well attended.' Our genial I the Avllnh rooms, on Tiumduy evening, Andruw. J. IVrrv.iM- .VH- Iloa'lver, 1 I Order l'nrtltlcin'Itrll..Ulllllllro.hllr.

octod, Is away ahead of the rest of the and Miss Blanch Ferry arrived' at the here to attend our Chaiitampia. and are lintel innnHKprs, In making things pleasant by Mi *. U. Alnswoith and I Mrs. U. F, ,''Ii rniiiiny| f l><,ir"nil"nti,
lees. Ormond on Sunday Mr. Kerry Is headof delighted with It, and Melbourne. They for tlinlr guests, make the snnsoncnoynliln PaddlHnn.< All report delightful even- S t.rl'.r"Llun: I orsL toAI 1'1'1'.
the well-known seed house, o% which of the Lockwood) | for the residents of our little T"< l/"wllt.1 I'. troll, ut ",rngon' New York'Wlllh"
Two Titusvllle fish boats on their way the ADVOCATK readers have. heard. tire guests cottage. burg 1111 well. Ing.Mrs. MfCHlia nml Wlllliiin II. T''yli-r'' of
o Fort I'lerceetopped one day and nightn Mayor\ F. Fee and son, )Fred returned ThoH. Barboiirhas thoroughly tested T"r..I"/.. / (raimil' knell: K:. ('''"rt, of the Itntttiil,
and \Mrs. C. M. Merrick Miss Mer- the NcFallaud 1 tents and ls ll9drexrupher's> |> Drilnu) ,, WuKliliiutnn. ,
weath- Mr. ,
ttccouutof stress of very
Banyan, on home, last week, from Mondvllle, I'.i., !SASH, DOORS, BLINDS. Paints, Oils, II. ('.( JnlliHI I'nrrv. of New. York {fly N..w
1' last week. rick and Miss\ Mabel Merrlck, of New whore young Fred has been MO ill that Glass, lowest prices and quick ship much pleased with them ; her trees nut York| the Kllitworlh: Trnxt'nm.nnvet'' i I'lil.

Brighton; Pa., are still at tne Ormond.Mr. his father went thereto bring him home. ments. OKO.; II. FKUNAI.D Sun ford being/ Injured the leant dining, 4)10) 1C- PKKI, Ill lnnle. s <]nrmrHtloii| | 11:. n, hllnw: An covered with
of that ,
acre was
pines Mertick Is a noted amateur fisherman cent cold weather ul :illJ Invl.inn.trent. 4'lil"HKi>, IlllnoUt I John
lry grass, just uncovered, shows no ef- nnd his daughters are very popular. :Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Martin, who have Florida C AniKtiilt, and' Kninmr: :. Anmnilc.. hluwllo, of
---- -- ---- IllnutfO, llllnolK' ) Allidlntit I'. WntllfH,, nt
ect of cold. This is a !genuine protoc- been the guests of"" Hotel Carleton for York .
Nuw
Klliuwotf unit t > theiiinilnlnant
; < purtlnn tu
RESULTS nl
FOR 1JKST ;
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only
of Wor- use ro- .
ion and within the reach of all. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Bufflngton, some time, are now In Ht. Augustine, Tibbals.W. | unknown. satnthelrasme.r.w-
cester, ilass., are at the Ormond for the powder Hltellx. If your doalur does tint .lilinirnii. niiHiillflun i Itr Interest sad uniiortloii-|
their friend aus" has returned
and
Blilldy -
A wind break Is being built on the season. Mr. Uufflngton lea United States curry them regularly stockhave| him ere HliiroM In the propirtv' noiiulit tn 1 bu psrtllloaed -

vest and not tb sides of a prove here Fish Commissioner, and what he does to her home In Atlanta.Mr. W. Lace, .son of Postmistress K. J. order you a samplo lot of the Floildn, III the I ithovomitltliiil: milt:: :

t is only a question of time when every not know about fish is not worth know- on.I1\lrli. II. II. Spencer of Hoech- Luce who returned home a few weeks Hardware Co., Jacksonville WlKinmn..taredn/the mi stlnrnpy miliUvlt.iluly, for the Illnil\ anmplnhmntlinn III.*' iMillof,
rove here will have such a structure on hurst. Illinois who have been pleasant ., ..,
ago, from Nassau, N. I', was. appointed Hint. Hnoh nf the HHIV| nuinnil .relltl""tlO are
ho cold sides of them. I Ing.Mrs. guests. of Hotel Carleton for the past ......1..11" or other *tttm or nniintrlp* than the
R. U. Baxter and Miss Lillian! lust week, as assistant postmaster, of Lotus.
months for state' ut l'lnrlili. .piM'Ifvlnif, in .piirtlnuliirly. M ,la.
three Wednesday .
Welch, of Bath Me., who have been \ Daytona Tibbals. known to him' .HiMlr rimpui'tlvn' 1'1"<'.. of nmlilenmi 1-
'LUMBIXOf STEAM AND GAS FIT- a few days at the Ormond, have : and St. Augustine, and then on I mid but thu natural, I''''''''''.IIIN'''' nainailaru. '
ting. Tin roof and metal work spending to the Alcazar, St. Augustine, where home. We hope to see them again sometime Owing to thin Illness of Alfred Cox, the W. lllsliee Is dollghteil' over n date. In hi*,.liitllitf. rail of thorn over the age! oCtwHiityona ;
gone
OEO. U. FKKXAC.U, Sanford, Fla. they ,will probably stay until Mondaynext. noon. organist of W.Nt.(}1'anl's. Glllmore Episcopal 1 church, palm that Is In bloom In his front ynl'd.MIKK Now, tliHrnroiH y..ra., 51)115i" pitch of you, sa wnll aa-
Our Cliautauqua) this season, I I" a Layrpftder postponed services tin. unknown 1101'.1"' ".., r"'I"o.I| | MI to
& appear
and all who have attended on Sunday last. Mr. Cox has been Grace Haideo, of Hockloilgn II tlm hill (if iiinifiliilnt. of Andrew, ,.. 1'urry, a*
grand success
Georgiana.Grandma with visiting her sister Miss Maude Hindoo lUM'vlvtir. vnriniiKliftumm' HrotliHriaml ( ,..
Miss Clementine G. Roes and little the suffering! an attack of la A'rlppenn.1 'IIIIII'l\n
are delighted at splendid talent . .,.
this week.A. a rorpormlon., al. sled In till* ( Court to
and maid\ of Pittsburgh, Pa., Ills many friend wish Mm a speedy re
Virginia displayed In all departments. Melbourne (suit a partition. of mune. tlilrfctmi. tlioimamlaiirio .
taken sick are at the Ormond for the balance of the Is certainly fortunate In liavlLg this covery. M. Chambers; bus been spending of lain! In Townalilp. 27 amith. rutiKv''* 3H
Wagner was quite
Klorlilit!
all.111.R"t. 'In llmvnnl and
of friends imintv tie
has host
all of whom are delighted to see advantages Your correspondent wisheswe nine, formerly of Allenton, I'a., after summer crop.T. I'" ...rk'. nuns of -thin' oonrt. In 'rltiinvllle. "'0...
Owen spent .pleasant day with again. had the and ability to tell of Jacksonville lila. niion, llm vth duo. April. A. !>., IIMHI, ..x<>iti>b
St. Or-
space visiting
Augustine
>Irs. and daughter Tuesday. : O. Rinald'went' to Daytona, Int the .fiiniliiiii.l Wllllnin 11I.,('.lm anil, WI Site,"
Llnderberry Mr. and Mrs.\ Geo. B. Hill, child and each day's, splendid work by these noblemen mond and other winter resorts. along the week, to spend, several days with ids par II Taylor, of Toronto. Cmniihi' .'' sod the tiiikiinwuitttfttii'liintM
MUses Ida Dodson, Lucille We thy and maid, are spending the season at the Or- and women who take part in all the coast a'l'lvo.llt1: r. Jennings' homo onSaturday ante and friends. who ai* Sisal ....|..1'.il' to untitr. ap' ,

''ora Munson returned from Titusville, mond. Mr. Hill U president of the Pitts- different departments.HAVE last. Tills '.being Miss Jenningsfirst ; May ssums, A. l>'In. I SINN oar'.C'lurk' tilllco mi tits. 7th Uy ut

'uesday of last week. They said they burg: Traction Co., and says he does not visit to Florida, It'" a vary Intoinst- Tto| MIsHim Haidee spent) the evenln'lIwlll& It I l rnrthnr illruptml, thai tills' or 'er l h. piil>-
ad a nice visit. :, believe all the fish stories he reads In tlmADVOCA.TK. YOUR DEALER order you one Ing ono. and! she. expressed herself as bo- .Mrs Chulker, ou Tuesday, and ,report llxhMil with a* llttla delay an may Ira in thsIKIIIAM -. r
of Avery's high-wheel hand garden log delighted! with our land! of fruit and a pleiutant, tI 11I0. KIVBM A. """f'''' i I'M, jiuMlnlifl'l, at TllnvlHv .-
Vlorl'lit week .
once a far four (UinMiitivwfliiku
Capt. Symmonds and son purchased Plows from the Florida Hardware Co., flowers. Mr. and Mrs.[ Jennings' .
Its
many attended a* to ilHfmiilaiit* wham.| ri-aliltiiii'a
he sail boat Nip and Tuck of Preston Mrs. M. II. GoodIn and Mrs. Robt. F. state agent. friends extend a welcome grueling to C. D. Provost a ourj party at .am herein' *tat..il, to .hn. ..llhlllth.I'"II.II' States;
V'hlte a few days ago, and the captain Blight, of Philadelphia, have returnedto their mother and sister the residence, of C'apt. Klngmuo, Ueorglana anil omM week for eight .i"niriitlv0 ......k", ...
ail family are preparing to start on a the Ormond, from Palm Beach, to on Tuesday evening/ to .the.. .IIn'o"lh"l resident. In Cunudssail thaurkimwn >

raise down the river. spend the balance of the winter. Mr. Mims. C. L. Myers, Superintendent of ,the II. I). Booth IeftIonday! for Hunt-[ Ill I. fnrtlmr d.raulnt.illnmtii'l that the clerk of this.
connected with the Bingham Southern Express Co., like all up-to-date ('anriwill, .... .
Goodwin Is lags, Fla., and If the country suits him, W twenty from the niAklnic' : .I
Mr. and Mrs. Averill left Coquina on
: business, men, never misses an opportunity till" ur.III', .10 I..t a impy ,Imroof .t the ('enri
house, Philadelphia. II. J. Mngrudef, of Oak Hill spent later on hU family will go. '...
larch lat, for Madison, Wis., where they to build or work to the Interest of HIIIIHH deer' nf llmvanl ( "uy. snit that he
for with her two Sunday with Phillip Roberts. up Mini. by mall. n ropy Imrrof to, such nf the IHfAfiilant .
then leave very
poet to stop a few days; Mrs. II. S. Knight, Ms company, and lifter noticing the rapId Quite a number horn the west side *, whose rv.lilfnrn. I t. iclvrn' In the
'ew York, en route for the Paris Expo- attractive daughters Misses Marcie and Mesrlarnes C. S. add C. T. Ballou spent growth of Tlbbftls, and the up-to-date were over, hint week, on n horns trade, alllilitvlt"' upon" which' chi order' I h .Iniimil.Iion0 .
itlon. Their friends wish them an en- Anna P. Knight, of Portland Me., are Saturday: and Sunday with friends In' class of people settled here he, on the but It scents they did not succeed. amt ordered. at 'Dm I'lurk'* tttllrn aC
yable the season ati. the Ormond. Tltii.vllle, lI"ur'dlthlM' 7th day ut March, A.. tI
trip.Mother spending
few at the Tltll vllle. first day of March, opened an Express N. A. Osteen and wife, Mrs. Ennltt and I/J., lull! )/.
days
to spend a
Hall had tbe misfortune to They Poinclana expect the end of this week. I Ex-Sheriff Jan. Bowman has assumed 'office Lent, appointing J, T. Waters as Mrs. I U.I\. Ramsey were, visitors to Cocoa fKA I, ) Clerk Circuit. A.t Court A. MTKWAHT, llmranl, .,

.til\) out of her chair, striking the backf charge of D. L. Jaulden's orange grove agent. Mr.[ Waters wan agent for fire Tuesday, going up by steamer. Dmar-U7apl, hy I). A. HI cWAHr, L>. C.
her head against the bedstead more The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. at LaOrapge'!: years. at Kden, and d with his past experience .
have will be able to give bold l.is M. A. Stewart and Jim Sharps left'* In
han a week ago. She: Is in bed and D. Price regret to learn that they patrons -
Imo t helpless and was reported not so been on the sick list with an attack of la G. II. Cooper stopped off Saturday on rind company satisfaction, as In the a row boat Tuewl.iy, morning, fur 'J'1(u"- FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF

'ell on Monday. grippe, but they hope to see them around his return to Oak Hill from Cocoa to past. vllle, and will visit. the bt. Johns section. SCHOOLS.

looking as well as ever ere long. Mr. look after bill orange grove Interests at Miss Clancy n very prominent lady of I
MUses[ Louise Cannatta. Eva Owen -
id Harriet Bower had nice walk goingp Price is one of the managers of the O this place. Amsterdam X. V., spent several days, Million, Olv<*n Away.It TirimvitLK
a :, FLA., Mat tI, iwxi.
to Cocoa The mond. Prospects are good at present for a fair this ..week as the guest: of lie,. and Mrs. To lion AI".. A. Htowart. .
and Saturday.
return, Sawyer of this plaro., Miss, Clancy: has In certainly gratifying: : to nbldc ri.rk flruult ('"ur.,
of In the that ,
lane
and wereso
'sang ladles received a baptism of salt !Mr and Mrs. Geo. W. Edward crop oranges groves most of her life la traveling and to know of one concern In the who IIlr:- I" uompllaniiv.. ... with Hmnlon a, Chapter
'ater from In the daughters, Mist Elgin A. fortunate as to be protected by free spent : 4.LU: IJIWK of hrnl..
coming over Coquina charming are not afraid to t te generous to theneedy tlorlou wa >y nla with you
has almost
visited .foreign
tail boat. Charlie said he was sorry, Heames and Mrs. Jos. Schenck; Geo. E. or tents. every country, and siitforlnir. The proprietors of this followlnu. .Itnmlwiil. vtaMinmit, i'l all *,chimliiiiinvycr'M'Klvnil
and her home after .
Is on trip ,
now way a appropriation mail and war.
ut It was through no fault of his. Heames, and Mrs F. Aldridge, of De- C. C. Kernoddle, cashier In Durant's across the United States to Mexico, I Jr. King's New Discovery I l : for Consumption rAn.." IR.'or, the innnthmiilliiK' lit. :Xstb tiny

The colored people of East Rockledge troit, old guests of the Ormond will re- restaurant, tin., after spending several where she spent some time at different Coughs: and Colds, have given or *.rl. ruary. A.. It. Ipe.555,551r'VLATlna.. '

let with quite a loss In the destruction main for the balance of the season. They days with his old friend W. W. Ballard, points of Interest. ; from there she went away over ten million trial brittle of llalam-a' In trcannry lam r..|uirt.: ..$ 42T
their church school-boihe and Odd-! are quite a pleasant party. returned to* his home Saturday. to Havana, Cuba, and via MUrnl and thin treat( nUJCJJclpu; and have the satisfaction Total recelpatduringmunthleitdas)

'llows' hall)), all In one day during the Mr. and Mrs. Clar"nceV.. Seamans, Quite number from Mlmi attended Palm, Peach to this place. She says' she of knowing It has cured thousands Total.' ... .. .. .... .... 1.
weeks The Miss Dorothy Seamans, finds Florida. far beyond her expectations of boples oases. Asthma, llron- Total treasnrer..isaaer..c.iIsaM1a7ee.. .
eavy wind about two ago.; Miss Seaman, the home minstrel at the Opera house, warrant pad liy ;
'hool teacher got his scholars out of and maid, Mrs.E. It. Betts, Miss homers, Tltusvllle, last Friday evening. All re- and Is much pleased with the Indian chills, )Hoarseness and all diseases the Sabana ''n trvaanry. .... ... .. .. .. ails
lie building only a short time before .it and Miss Butler! all of Brooklyn, area I Hlver section. Throat, Chest and Lungs aresurely cured ITeeIY.D.xe.rrTN.
an enjoyable evening.
having
as blown at the Or mood for the sea port spent by I It Call on J). It. Wilson A Son' Balance ln trmMiiry. .Rt' re was .. .. .f' 2T
down. Jovial party Kroui Ta. Oill., nonnty M-II><>| ,lvy, I law.. 84417D
son. Mr. Seamans !I",. head of tbe Rem- Cooper & Co.'s circus at Titusvllle, I .halve glen Tall Drugitlst, and get a free trial bottle. rrumTssCuil.ctorlelllsxlea." ... .. It on.
An explanation Is' due the many friendsf loiiton Typewriter Co., and brought ev- Saturday, caused a general holiday In liver and Regular. size fiOu. and fl Every bottle r n>.state TriHunirur. tax of hairs .I04i/ell'
the late Sirs. J. W. Bruter, whose I Victim to stomach. kidney icliiml fund. .
eral horses south with blra. II ma. Nearly everybody impended I troubles well and all ,feel guaranteed, or price refunded. lauri e'4li,1 uu
as .
women
as ,
nneral services and Interment was nott -
work and attended the circus and side Total . . . ;;;;:
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Cocoa intended, and for which all Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McMillan and maid Low. the results In loss of appetite, poison c0lpu .. .clamfblrrwlx.D
Fisher aDdMrs. to the blood backache and tired listless -Plel\ e write u* whenever you fall to KZI-KKVITIIIKS:
rrangements were made. Late in the Mrs. A. n. Fisher, Miss\ Kate Tcanhnr' ..... .. .
receive the ADVOOATK. .ar'e.' .. .. ... ... . ....
tier noon It was decided that It would C. M. Prynne. Miss Sadie Halsey, Heel Hot From tile Gnu run-down fueling. Dot there's no nendto John II "Ham*. alary fIfa"pl., .. .740)/
e impossible to do as had been planned St. Louis Mo., and Mrs. R. B. Stmt! feel like that. Listen. to J, W. Gardner 8. V. (lIblo' |pee diem sad mll.aic* .asnmmlMir
hit O. R. Steiidmnn ln \. He "Flectrlo To The ., . .. IIO
>r, so a grave was dug In tbe cemetery vant of Springfield Mass., are a pleasant Was the ball that Idavllle. < says: Deaf. J. M lilion
diem I
t Georgians and as soon as Dr. J. M.lxon party at the Ormond. Mr. McMillan baa of Newark. Mich., In the Civil War. It Bitter are Juvt the thing for a man when m.mhsrhosrl.per.. ..anil. milee a< 4tn
> arrived from Titusvllle with the brought several horses and carriages with caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment be I.I all run down and don't care whether A rich lady, cured of her deafness and "r.vsrd Co ft flunk lot on Indoht.Jn..I Bl VI

'wket, tender, loving bonds laid her him, and bU party are enjoying the helped for 20 years. Then JJucklen's he live or dies. It did more to /give noise In tbe head by tfr. Nicholson' Than Melbourne. .H Bank '. tl M
It'e tree textbook .
way_in her lost resting place. beautiful drives aronnd Ormond very Arnica Halve, cured him. Cures Cats, me new strength and good appetite than Artificial Ear Drums gave ,IeO/0/ to his II A W II Draw Co nla. -k-l. *>o.ralnl. .. fit a 'MK
much. Bruises, Burns Bolls, Felons, Corns anything I could take. I can now eat Institute, so that deaf people unable to : W A reo..... black-tMmnl cloth .. U*)
__ ________ Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth. anything and have a new lease on life. procure tbe Ear Drum may have them ell Walton, pub financial .uutmcnt Sael
IEALERS will please note that Florida SAVE MONEY and buy Building material 25 cu. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold Only 60 cents at B. 1C Wilson &: Son' I free. Address No. 1134 The Institute, I printing cartllteal ..-. *79

kerosene Hardware oil Co.heaters, Jacksonvilleare at cost. selling of Go. H. FCJCTALD, !Sanford: Fla. 1 by B. R. Wilson! A: Son's Druggist, drag store. Every bottle guaranteed. 78U Eighth!: Avenue, New York, N. Y. Total: xpcmllturoa .fiainitI



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TIME TABLE NO. :24, IN EFFECT FEB. 1. 1000.
Potash. ,

1 SOUTH BOUND (Ku.vl Down.) (Bead Up( ) NORTH BOUND.-

Every blade of "No.ll1 NoW WoTsnrDaily No.jNo.21I; Nu.j 8 NO.r-TNo.a $at4e ::'otl
Daily Dully Duly Daily Daily STATIONS. Daily Daily Daily Doily Daily Dailyft u.
Grass grainof f .ex. Mon. exMu ex Su :
every -
::4 4;; p 120p ;?jp 1.300mluup: UUCa Toua Lv..J'kville..Ar 720p 7UUpllUUp T&0a 11" 4Da
\ s 8 4a p atlp:! ,ti,:a.p IU 4f.a 8 6Ua Arl .A:gtln..Lv; Slop 6 Sup 90Up 6Idaid4ta ;
Corn, all Fruits This ............ ..... ...... 1!iiiI'' 10 Sua." 8 60u 'ivS.A'K'tiaeAr 001\1' UIp Ii boh U""is .. ....:
............ ...... ...... ...... 1124&: :' Hostlnirs.Lv.. 6Ulp ...... .... .. ... ?
... ... ......... :.:..:.:.:.: 1U1:4p: _14UplHln.(/ 6'8&1 I) ArE. Palaika filup44op ::4iSP 'e'16p 60CaT55 : ""
and" Vegetables I 'I ''i, r? .......... ... 2 lUp 12u5a IV 06a Ar.JPaltttka..Lv "1i P .. .. .. .. ..
i .:.......... ::: 1 ISp U I6a II lug Lv..Pulatka..Ar fllUpTHp eiup.. ..::::'

must have it. If L lff ............ ...... ...... lop f'1ijpArllao.1II..uL" ... ... ...... 7dip! ...... .. .... -:--
IF # 1 ..,. ,, ...... 816&L .... Mat oArTTOSa 710pe ... .... ..
act C ..... lOlCp 4Ua Lvfl.PalalkaAr: 544p.'7135: =
enough is suppliedyou =010 .a ...... u a IP (Mia' 10 4Wu '. ..Ormoxui.1 1' 84 6p peep 701p 444u t! ::
.... ...... l18Vp :llal0 6IIa ..Daytona. SbfipBOOp 411p: awp 484ai'OBa ero
I. 11 ..... ...... ... .. '.Or...."... ll2bp 418p. ..... I! i ir.
can count on a full .. .....:.. 11 _;:: "
cropif ...... laoea1268a Oak" 4(Upaoop 6117p !; Ci
That in .iJ ..... ... .. :916Tp ...... .. dill. 24lp ... ... ...11 7g :
addressing Mrs. IMnkriamyju J .....: I /5Up 1315p "TltuevllPWnt Ie SlOp 689p'618o\ .
too little, the growth will bo"scrubby. are communicating with a woman i g i.:I ..... .... .. City 14 p:1.- :It
'a woman whose experience in treating l r !! ..............I alt6pip02p: ..Cocoa... lU&p 2 Slip... .. :. h BI"i
woman's ills is : y '" 1: ...... ...... Rookledff ISKp/ 220p .. [
greater tbau thatof toii J: ...... / 1841' '* Eau Qttllle 12 14tip141p!! 'i'BTp :... ..
t any living person-mule or female. ....... .. lp 14Jp810p Melbourne 12 Ship 421jp ...... If.f 1 ail!.tyCga
Send for our boob. telling((( all about competition of A woman can talk freely to a woman ...... ., .Boneland. llfidall& ... .... .. ..
when it is to herprlvo.te I ...... .. : .: ...,.: .Bebaatian." :!a : :.... .: IS. flU
fertilizer beil adapted for all crop They coot you revolting! relate' 1j"g ..... .... 6U/ .. ... .Bt. Liuole. 11162a12.88dp12/Ps
00 thing. troubles to a man. q ...... .5(( ..F.Pleroe.." b.
Many women Buffer in silence anddthtt .::. ... .. .. ... .. ..Tibbalo.. 1U fps ...... .. .. .. i..I
GERMAN KALI WORKS,93 Nassau St..New VaiL along from bad to knowing jCa;! .. ..::. .... .. ...;.. .. ... lU at. ...... ..::.. :. .. I;.
worse pPbnbp
II.. .. oJ ...... ...... ....Jensen.. 10 Zl a ...... ...... ..? .. I l1
full well that they should have '. Tri.'V cckly Sailings 211 iS ......... .... .6 48p ...... ..Stuart. 10 lla ..... ..... ...
Free and immediate assistance, but a natural ... ,. .. T17p ." .H.Sound. .....: ...... a. v
impelis them ,. ," .:... ...... ....:: Taop ...... W..Jupiter" 941a.\ 1
modesty to shrink fromexpuhing 1" 'I
Accepted Masons. ...... ... .. WrP.B'chhnn".P.IJ'oh 8 10'stio'ii0 !
w//fc4/ ( a tap .8.!
// / themselves to the questions BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. agy:iI' ." ".. 64oa'905p 824p 86SpA" 84uU1015a84.A| lOOn 1040p : t'1 5
\ '.' and probable examination of even 3; .... .. 646aA65u. 91Up tt&tp: 61 lp LvR. P'ciana" ... I1 P U 45p
.
i -.. their family physician. It Is a; : .....". .. .... : lIlOp: 8 Blip. lIlUp: W_B'chAr 8Oa.:! 0 Ma 12 4u',' waup I
--: unneces at Charleston, both ways) .:1'0:1. 614.. ...... .9U4p_. .Boynton.Lv 'I1IOa ..... .. .. WOMp t e:
ndlan -' mtitwK: Noffflr n sary. Without money or price ;jou\ can 1e.:;.: OJa: .. BMP ...Dcslray.. 74ia66Ha) ...... ..... 96Up J
".. I i consult a woman{ whoso knowledgefrom FineCalling the 4:14 .: 6 688 ...... 10 til p104lp .:..,: .F.L.......... ...... ...... 81Up i
/; actual experience is unequaled. The in Coastwise Service R.m I.::.... 4aa111'1" "Lem. City 617aH ... burp !r
River %G : Tituiviiie'( Women .... 7 tti' 1\1'" 71On' Ar Mlnml. lit, ainVti IlOIt HWm II G
I'' Buffering from, form of
any
'' '', ... ...
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female weakness Invited -- 1' Kilts uu au .0" ut NUIUUns where emu is "u .v.
V Lodge.: y V > Floilda.r communicate with are Mm. I'inkham to freely at C3 The Clyde New England and Southern. Lines.| between New bmjrrna and Orange
noItIK'ltlllllo"tlnIfN; the amon,1 and fourth Krl- Between Titnavllle and Sanford.
"..yor each. "month athe Indian River hotel Lynn, Mass. Direct Service Between City Junction.

Tltuavlllrvut.A.': A, HtHwart'7m: ,' o'clock,lul, 1",r'lHter.' All letters are received opened, Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. Nr>;!! |Nol: .H, .A'..IU.b.: Ki | No.1171Ua bTATIONS.i : o4p11atLv ]
U. H. Wilson Beiilor ,J.rlltm., read and answered by women only. : ::l4ewbmyry.a.Ar. hi2pI7Sip OUtt v..Tltusville..X Tip:;p
46Up4/ I *' .Luke Hulbu..LT I Si4. ...........
lisp amp
J. It. Walknr,Junior Warden \ p .Mlmll..L't' \lUp
.I. J.. Carriitlirrs" Henl' I>INICOII. This is a positive fact-not a mere (Calling at; Charleston, S. C., both ways) t07p U'5p ..Orange City.. .. ya rU'P\ 8211II ...........Ontetm.... .....,.. lUi;
..<-. A. IiHliy.liinli/ Deacon. statement. It is certified to by the SE.MI-WEEKLY: SAILINGS I 61jp: 1115uArOrangeC'yJct.. : 27: SUUp 8MJ. .........,EuterpriHO......, ... 11 a;.,

-.t..)M.J'IXOII, TranurnrV. mayor and postmaster of Lynn and lonthlmuml.......................,. .. .. ..... .. ..... ... ..... ........fromLewis Wharf Boston All trains butwuuu New bniyrna: and Ortuige 91kx Ar ..... .. .. banford. ... ..,.,. 'Ills
A. KroHLhnr A. Morgan Huoratary.ler.F of\Jjers whohe 1"tter8.1I.11ln little book, Northbound ... ...... ... .. .....,... .... ........ .. from foot of Hogan!;. Street, JacksonvilleClyde's City Junction dally.Between All trams between Tltusville and Sanford
//II I'''. 1'inkhiun had -- daily except Sunday.
;. H. Ohiiiroe, f juht .pu lished. Jack'ville and Pablo Beach.
C. 1 II. Witlton I Bcewar"BLITTLP Write for i l't free. Thus St. Johns River r inc. These. Time Table show the times at which
has been established the eternal confidence Ko.in (STATIONS. (No' 10SUUu ,trains anil boats. maybe expected to arrive ui

between Jlrs. l'lnkhamand .. ..'. ,. :i ; ''depart from the several stations and porti
BETWEEN-JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD: Lv. .bo. w .Ar w.p18p but their arrival or departure at the
FOR : FOLKS. I .. ....... Bcneh.e. .. 6ii time
women of America which has never rackaonvllle,Palatka Sanford Ent..I'rlse. Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John'River. S/50n Ar Pablo 1/v :stated is not guaranteed, nor does the Con,
been broken and ]has induced more All trains between no. Jacksonville] and Pablo pany hold itself responsible for any delay or
than Ipt,00u( sufferers to write her for STEAMER Bench. chilly except bumlny. ,any consequences. arising: therefrom

Never. advice during the ]labt few months. "'FHEjeDAUY': ."
Children are nometliuca tlretl/ of being Out of the Florida East Coast Steamship Co.
vast volume of experience CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
told what lo do. Au exchange offers which she has to draw from, it is Leave JacksonTllle 3,30 p. in., \ul1daYITues! and Thursdays.

this brief list of tilings not to do: more than possible! that she has gainedthe Leave Sanford U00 a. m.? Enterprise 9:30 a. m., Mondays,Wedues'lays and Fridays.Cen'I PROPOSED SAILINGS

Never make fun of old age no matter very knowledge that. will
help : HIAMI-HAVANA LINE .
and Office 204 W. St. Jacksonville.
Passenger Ticket Bay ,
bow decrepit unfortunate or evil your case !She asks. nothing* in -
return I Leave Miami Sundays. and WednesdaysArrive ...................................................11:00 p.( n.
it may be. God's baud rest lovingly. except your goodwill and her W. u.. WAUBURroN.' T.: P. A., M.U\ONMUNGERJa., Fla. Pass.At.( Havana Mondays and Ihurqtlays....................... .......................... 8:00: p.n.
Upon the lifted! hend. advice has relieved thousands. Her JI) State St? New York.. I :2tH Wet Bay at.,Jacksonville Leave Havana "'ue"day"and Fridays. .................................. ..................11:00.: m.
are of the O.1".LOVELLAs.t.Via. .. I JOHN. L. HOWAKU, HutwrluienUeDi. Miami and ..6UU.n.
some cases we refer to: Bupt Arrive Wednesday :
Never tell or listen to the telling of Jack onvllte. Fla. |I Foot Honau "bt.Jack..ouTille, Fla.

filthy stories. Ck-aulliieaa In word Mrs. Plnkham Helps T1IKO. O. KOKK.! T. M., 8 Bowling Green,New\ Kork MIMJ1-KEY WEST LINE, .

And act Is tbe sign manual of a true Two Women Through ChesebrouKh Building,WM.19 State P CLYWK St. new. York CO., General 1..* do.Agent.Delaware Ave., Philadelphia Leave Miami\ Mondays WednewMMlind ...........;...........................11:BOpra.
gentleman. You cannot handle tilth Key West Tuesdays. Thurflwy* Frldays ........ ..........................U!:UOnoou.8UUf.M..
Change of Life and Cures --------- Arrive Tuesilayg Thursday lOud!,IalurdaYII..., ................................ : .
without becoming fouled. Kef.Wellt Fridays and Sundays .. ... .. .. .. .......... .. ......... ..... i 0an.
Never cheat or be unfair In your Another of Sterility.
Ocean
play. Cheating Is contemptible anywhere ; Road Their Letters. Steamship Co. niAMI-NASSAU LINE .

at any nge. Your play should Leave Miami Tuesdnya. 'Wednesdays and Fridays (Standard ""tie)...,.......:........ 8.00V.a
"I>R&R MRS. FIVKIIAM feel] that It .. Arrive Nausea Tuesdays, thurn '
strengthen not weaken your chin in kSavannali] L" Leave Nawuiii TuesOiiyn Thursdays. and (Saturdays (Nassau. A.me)..................... 8 SO p.( a.
Is owing to Lydia K. I'lnkham's Vegetable dl, Arrive Miami Wednrsday..FrldiysandSundays.. .. .. . .... .. ... .... .. .. ...
ter.Never .'. --
call/ anybody, bad names uo Compound that I am alive today The above are pro used HuuiuKa during; February and March.
It hits taken me out of a sickbed Fast Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from After April lit tht'e will be two .IlnK":I per week
matter what anybody clue culls/ YOU. where I bad lain for six weeks Fur copy of Kxtu 1 time ....rd"U'. "b sat: l West Bay totr: .et. Jacluunvllle. or."fdre .
' You cannot throw. mud and keep your with a good doctor to tend me twice a Florida to New 'York Boston ands the East. J. P. BKCKWITH. Traltto Miuaner. J. 1'>. BAHNffiB, A. G.P. A.
"Ht Angnntlne
hands clean. day. My trouble _
woa change of life, 0 0 .I
Never be cruel. You have no right had frequent hemorrhages. Your medi- ,

to hurt even n fly nvfdleMMly. Cruelty cine checked the flow right away. I

Is the trait of n bully kindness the am now able to do all uiv work, and -

.mark of a ia'iitleiuua. backache is unknown. I am forty.threayears Southern
of and
age enjoying/ good
Never make fun of n companion he. "
lit nt Lh. --1\1 hM. ANNUli J'OIl'l'IIR! : Cascade:
cause help. of a misfortune be could not Lucks Oregon.Mi RailwayeDIRECT 1

1J" 48 :8. I'INgnAM-When I first

wrote to I was in bad.
a
1':".'. Apple Tree. you very con
I I dition. I was passing the
through
Among the other things In
strange change of life, and the doctors said I LINE--QUICK TInE
the Island of Ceylon In the "Rye's np- had bladder and liver! trouble. I had J t4rniY

pie tree." or the forbidden fruit." the sutreredforninevears. Doctors failedto -TO-

flowers of which have tine ttcent. do good..
u me any (Since I have taken
The color of the! fruit, which hangs Lydia 1C.. I'lnkham's Vegetable Com- WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,

from the undies\ In a very peculiarand pound my health has Improved very NEW YORK, CINCINNATI'LOUISVILLE, AT-
striking manner Is wry beautiful. much. I will gladly recommend your

being orange on the outside and n medicine to others and am sure that it LANTA. BIRMINGHAM. MEMPHIS. CHATTA-
will prove as great a blessing* to themas Part Rail.. ..Part Sea.
deep crimson within. The fruit Itself :
NOOGA ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY
it has
to\\ me.fRS.! UBO.: II. JUNE, ,
presents the nppcanim.-e of hating; h.ida 91H De Kalb Ave., Brooklyn Y. SHORT RAIL RIDE TO SAVANNAH.
piece bitten out of It. This circumstance and all Points East and Weft, m
"I)ICAR MRS. PlIIKHAM-It Was my Thence via Ship sailing from Savannah.' ,
together with the fact or Its ( .
ardent desire to have a child. I had I
being a deadly (poison, led tht> Moham been married three years and could 4 NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS : Ic I

medulla ou theirIt.t ill fo\rry or Ceylon not become a mother, no wrote to you 4 Ships each, week c

which they a,,nl nect! IIH the Kite of to find out the reason. After following The New York and Florida Express 1

1 paradISe. to represent It na the forbidden your kind advice and taking Lydia Via Savannah and Charlotte N.C.
E. TO NSW:: YORK: : ::
i'inkharn's Vegetable I .
Compound.
fruit of the fcniu of Helen: (or.
became the mother of beautiful The New York and Florida Limited
although the tines told nioHt tempting!' I a baby 2-SEJJJS: : : "VV'JIEE:: : : : "to 23O TTOlSr- ,
lu boy, the joy of our home. He is a fat, Via Savannah and Charlotte, N.C.
appearance. of any It !bad been Impressed healthy baby, thanks to your medi. All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing; schedules The United States Fast Mail,

such wan their Idea with the cine."-1\1 RS. :MIND FINK.LK! :, Koscoe Write for general; information, Bulling; schedules, stateroom reservations, or call) on Via Savannah and Charlotte, N.C.
mark of I Kve's having, bitten It, to ,, N. Y.
E. II. HINTON, WALTER HAWKIXS.TrnHlo ,
warn men from meddling with sub- The Cincinnati and Florida Limited
n
,
Gen'l TrnlHo
Two More Women Who Manager, Agt. Department. Via ,J...,.
stance possvsolng! such noxious proper- :Savannah:!: Oa. 22 1 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla..,'' .
ties. Acknowledge the Help '
--------- Through Vestibuled Trains Cars.
--Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping
they Have Rooolvotl from
We have saved many dootor bills since Through Coaches--Elegant Dining Cars.
we began to use Clumbol'laln's Cough Mrs. Plnkham Florida Central and j,
Remedy In our home. We keep a bottle
open all the time and whenever any of "DEAR MBS. PINKIIAM-The doctor BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE-
says I have congestion of the womb,
my family or myself begin to catch cold I
""
and cannot There is *
help
we begin to use the Cough Remedy, and me. aching Through Pullman Sleeping Car between Jaoknonvill and Cincinnati
In the right side of abdomen, hip, leg,
IW a result have to send
we never
away and back. If do PeninsularRailro d O. Via A hovlll. N. C.
for a doctor and Incur a large doctor bill. you can me any good, and Knoxvlll, Through
for Chamberlain's Cough I Remedy never please writeMR". NINA CHASE, "THE LAND 6p THE SKY."
I Fulton! N. Y., December 80, 1807.
fall to
cure. It Is certainly medicineof

great merit and woitli.S.! Mearkle; "DKAB 1\IRS. PIXKHAM: followed Unexcelled service from Florida to all points Through rains via Southern Railway are now Operated.oonn.oti n.fd
General Merchant and Farmer, Mattie, your instructions and now I want ....- the Plant System' from Jacksonville.
Hod ford county. I'a. For sale by drug- every woman suffering/ from female
gists and medicine dealers. trouble, to know how good your advice
and medicine is. The doctor advisedan North Ez '-- t and West.Two for Ratai, Schedules and Information call oa or addressA.

After Their Mill: II.....,.. operation. I could not bear to OIRAR DEAU. T. P. A., or W. T. COSBY. T. P. A.,
A notice tins been posted In the! of-. think of that so followed your advice. :21J: West Bar Street Jacksonville, Fla.

floes of eight Chicago milk companiesoferlug of I got Lydia better K.right Pinkham's oft. I Vegetable took six bottles Com' dally'between Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, carrying RANDALL OLIFTON, DiitTiot Pas.anR r Agent Savannah Oa. I
$:r,00 J. M GULP W. A. TURK S. R HARDWIC&Traffic
reward
to the
ten driver
who shall before pound and used three packages of Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting Columbia With sleepers for Mananer, Gen. pas Aft. ....*. lien pave Agt.Allaau.a.
.Tan. 1. 10OI return /native \\ashj I also took your Liver V._blnlltO&. D. 0. Waebinirton. D. C. .
the !gri-ateKt number of milk bottlesof ]Pills and am cured."-Mm*. ]NINA -
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the company above! those given out CHASE, Fulton! N. Y., December 12, Washington Baltimore Phila. and New York. n

to regular! customer. It Is stated that 1803. ,

since! the company began the delivery DRAB: MRS. PIXKHAM-Have been
Also with Cincinnati: Sleeper via Ashovllle. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.Florida .
of milk In bottles /\t\ IIMISI 11.0tl\) of suffering for over a year and had three ,
these battles have\ been retained by doctors. At time of menstruation I
the suffer terrible pains in back and '
cuxtomorn The botllos are worth New York

about"(,.. S pent, each to the company day ovaries., and I feel have tired headache all the nearly time. every The "Dixie Flyer": . i Philadelphia and Boston.
.t the milieu I ,,
wherever you see doctor said mvr womb was out of place. R From ItrnnKwick(direct), to New! York.

them. WAS the instruction, to drivers. Would be so glad If you could help me." I Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via PASSENGER SERVICE.
"Women keep them\ for preserves and -MRS. CARL Votm, Sao:; City, Iowa, i .

pll'klf"lI.i'v..r: mind" what Is In the August 1, 1808. Atlanta and Nashville To make connections. with steamers. leave .iackaenrta. >()
-
yI >
Lake City Macon Chattanooga : Union ). !! .
bottle; let the driver throw It out on Please accept my sincere thanks for' Fernanillna 1Oe"o&oll Thursdays. m. Meal Cumberland( en route or Route"all Rail'p. -"J1"',.

the floor If It Is strawberry jam so the good your advice and Lydia E. Making connections for Kansas City Chicago and all points lathe' Northwest. m, (Plant System arrive Brunswick 11 ''M). 1'a..e06ron. |
much\ the worse for the Jntn." Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has arrival at Brunuwlck go directly aboard steamer.

done me. I did everything you told ,

A. R. DeFluent, editor of tho Journal me to do, and used only three bottles, Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New Orleans PROPOSED SAILINGS
'
Doylestown, Ohio, suffered for a num and feel better in every respect.Mae. ."- tv.New! York,Pier 21 EVR.,Mop: m., Standard Time I.V. Brun**"'
ber of years from rheumatism In his CARL Voss, Sac City,Iowa, March via River Junction and Pensacola. )

light: shouder( and Bide, lie 23, 1809. : y. FebI8...... .. .._.... .. .. .RIO ORAN1)E. .. Hu,
right arm at times says; "My Full Information on application to any agent of this company. Friday: 83Frlrtay ........................ .. ...OOIXRAIK, .*.n.l..y. ..
I tried was entirely useless Mrs. Plnkham has Fifty Mar 2... ............,.,..... .....RIO GRANDE... .. ..... ....... .. .. ... Friday .
Chamberlain's Vain Halm, and Friday .............. .. ....... ....COLORADO.....Friday
was Immediately.surprised The to receive 1'aln relief almost Thousand Such Letters as A. O.; McDoncll, L. A Shipman, :rot general, Information,steamer,trains,rates, eta.,apply' to
Ualm has been
Above file at Her Of" '
a constant companion of mine on BASIL St JacluosrUa
ever since General Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. GILL Agent 22OW. Bay
and It never fails" For sale flee She
by drug. Makes no Statement R.H.RAYMOND General Southern Agent Brunswick Ga.

&Utaand medicine dealers. Sho Cannot Prove a.._ tJACKSO YILLE.1"LORID" C.MALLORY A Co.,General Agents Pier 21, E.River, and 384 Broadway', N.. t


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I- INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, ARcn! 0, 1900.T1TUSVILLE 7


TITUSViLLL.TT ST. AUGUSTINi: toe( ::I)(}B.eO'rEL .

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=A.N RIVER I30TEL+, xovr OPEN : =I -::CI:_ _:t'r RIVER,

"' HOTEL MAGNOLIA, ST. .U'GUSTINE, FLA. LOCKLEDOE FLA., NOW OPEN.

INDIAN RIVER, jftlli.OOO expended on Improvement and new furnishings/ last year
and tiin.OOO this 8ea"on. Hydraulic; Elevator Hot and Cold
d '4- "' FLORIDA. AVuter ItiitliHon earl Iliuir; also Private Itutlis! added to several
: suites and Heating; A rrauigcmciita are among! the Impiovemeutii;
making this popular house one of the most comfortable and well
-& J. O. BAST, Proprietor. equipped hotels lu the South. Write for booklet. -
l'ALl\IEI & MA(-DOIVFLL, Proprietors. ,
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19 q -it I L' Pd The hotel fronts on theMe I

esq. \\ sweep of bay(7(( miles The BUCKINGHAM AUGUST:VTNEiFLA:,
.aTvl'1M: 1 ( In width), foimud by the ST. .
''t 1 Indian; River, making It a
delightful summer re- Opposite the Hotel Alea/arnnd Ahuied.i.) Wide! verandas! 1lotlll'os'I\1C'

II i ttMlRinllll f soit. Constant cool lawns. lloino-liko and cum \'I.tablo. Rates modeiute.(
A breezes from i the sea and
(1EO. C. HOWE, Proprietor ,
ss I I? ry bay. Flow in); sulphur M nnunnr
n ,I M ,It spl'l ugll. Special: summer 1 Illlllllll IlllpI

: late The St. George. Sr. MOICTINNFLA. I y :

A
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JACKSONVILLE.'he F. S. Titan, Propilotoi. II. S. DHKEX: M.uiagor. P'VUIIll' t.V JUM*T "r" l "1

.... to t 'rwun.an
-- .}v iau; Corner of thoPlaxinnd: St. George,:: Street. In the

St. James JACKSONVILLE, FLA. !-T c' .5% very confer of the city Strictly tilst-class In every

it o1t. respect. Rates: $:?.oo per iluy and upwards. JJWO'JfcWi"'
Season 1500.11350.!)!) < Now Open. and
rates.
Special weekly party This tine hotel In the orange glowing section of (lie Foist Const U the largest

The S'. Jnmea needs no introduction to visitors to Florida.[ Fiom a small beginning -- - -- -------- hotel on Indian River. It has over 300 looms, ballm, barber shop, billiard and pool
lu 1800, the St. James has Increased in size and (l The New room, lights, ,
with'!, increased popularity of the tourists' trawl to Florida" i za Algonquin Hotel of the bonuty spots
A (list-class orcheslia. Do not fall to stub olTat Kufklvdgo, one
1 he location is unsurpassed, being on the highest: ; ,ground:: in Jacksonville, ,
facing the /St. James Park. Baggage: : / checked to all points.its of Indian River. S. PKOSKKY, 1'roprtotonWHITE'S
music, as in the past seasons will ho fuiuislied by Prof. Kd. Prontv's ST. AUOUSTINE:-'; FL\ ---'--'---

Orchestra, and will be of the high: ginde. This house, n. In the past Is! under ula !"" \ ..FRONTING:-'; ON TI1KPLAXA... '
the. management of J. K. Campbell null everything/ will be dono for the com- COTFAGE .
I. rTr ;I Under New and Lllxitul Management.Mont : ,
and of Address mall
fort pleasiuc guests. by or telegraph, e
ra lYiitiiilly 1.I>\'IIIt..1. Sprclul: nHrn- Barton Avenue' lockledge, N9olld. ,,.
J. R. CAMPBELL Jacksonville, Fla. 4 t ,foil to Toiiii. t end Cummciclul; travel.ce .
r. Grand view, nf 11:117: and Ocean fioin" Vo.1 <<.- '1'1'1$1.: l.b0: per day : *7.t''O( to *KUt, per week.

,. IIT !'IInd.,... 'I'he lending Hotel. Open the J. .1. \\ III'IK:, Pn.prietor.
WINDSOR HOTEL... year runnel. Ruled *.' to $:toO! per day.F. .
.
C. HAYDE.V] : Manaitei. POUT IMKHCI:, 1-1.\
Last Two Yeats Manager Octmn View Ilotel.I -

MUST PK.I'K| : (( FT.AIndlini
r1'D' FORT PIERCE HOTEL Ulver, Near Inlet.
PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, KLA. ,
Spoilsman's. Paindlse; on tho\ Kant: oiikt.' Tlio lln'Kt,. KlBlilhif 1 and Hiintlinr. -

Till hotel. now pen fnr ROOMS: ONLY. It Is centrally located, near Acoomnuidiitloii, tlisl. cliiMit\ NOIII' Uillm.icl.. mid, 1 Sltool' times' Inuilliiff.Noithem .
poie.filep, IIink nnd ("iitheilrixl.nOctH ,
cooking and nonuagenrun4.
thI U..IIH.. to :$1.00) lair day; $1.:>0 to $0.00 per week .
t '1'' 11 I 'y (1!. II. NEAL, Manager.Also
1 I I p V. I). SANCHEZ, !MnrwKor.\
(lien ova Hotel Inset, MIIMH. ._,,.
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.
I II'UIS
ht. iooifrfl" Strtet. -
HOTEL ABBEY : ,
,. ST. AUOUbTl.VK:, FLA. .
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This delightfully located hotel, near the City O.itos, overlooking!
OPPOSITE CITY PARK, old Fort Marion and the for tlio under, limo
buy, now open season, The
RATES, *2.r.O and upwaid. DODGE A CULLENS. Mherby l EDEN, On-liidliiti-Kiver.!
management of P. M. Snares of the Everett House, Saiatoga! ,

Springs, N. Y. For rates and other partlciilms: apply to
One oflkelovelimost( \ locatlonsonlholivcr, All nuiduin, ImiiiovpinentH.lot .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. P. M. UAnE/, St. Augustine/ Fla. ( mind nold bath. Milihui| bpilng.I Kxcilltnl: dunking/ water.
Duval Hotel The Everett House, Saratoga, Springs, N. Y., will bo open Juno 1, 11X10.3IAONOL.IA Plenty of fiult and lee If fish Otslf'IN) mind lit.ooti. \nB>'III"It'" In Him mi<1.

--. nee., Northern cooking. IJOIINO' liiindHimielv. tm'nlnlieil wilds 11tho\
comforts' of a !home limit, Tiulim slap. at Uiixiou Hliitlon on tho
Opposite postomoe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and le- HI'HINGS, FLA. plantation./ 1'11"'l'loU..UIt.t." :\11... M. A. C'UKTIS. Manager; ,
novatod. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. r.r

Rates $2.oO; per day and up. MAfJNOLIA. SPRINGS, FLA. NI'la'I'UNI': :, 1"1.NEPTUNE ..\.
B. \V. SPERRY Proprietor.Merritt's Magnolia Springs Hotel --.----
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(St.: Johns. River.)
I NEPFUNK: FLA. I'' O.
Twenty-eight miles south of Jacksonville by the Jacksonville Tampn A[ Key HOUSE .
.
West Railway amid liver atonnoc Ie. Open flies{ In all looms. Steam llellt. UVnt pllerStalinn.'
.... Elevator.!: Pino spring/ water. No mosquitoes.\ Well-kept golf course Pleasantly located! at nonlluenre. of Laxalmtrhlii mid, Indian Klvern. One mile
Hotel Rathlmn Ol.l CAllI.KrON. Tennis. Shooting: Fishing, boating, Drives :Swimming' pool. *...(JI) per day., from. Jiipitur Inlot. Klm-nc\ fi..h|| and salt water lUMmt. / l In vicinity, Postolllce( \ ,
New /Special weekly rates. ,). 1). bEAVEY, Manager.Magnolia Express. iind.Teleuraph! olllues/! ICIO 1 yards" font IIOIIHO Teiinur 'J.HI: ( per day.
Special rates to .parties. and b> the week. JS. It. FITHUGH, Jr. Prop.
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Market and Bay Streets fronting/ St Johns River American plan. Magnolia Springs, Fla.
Cottage WEST I'ALM: IIHAUII.THE : .
Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill On tho St.Johns River.
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rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from An adjunct of tho Magnolia' Springs. Hotel. Culsluonnd ser'vlce Ilisb-clasx..

$2.50 to $1. per d.iy. Special rates by the week or month............ Rates $:l.OClI'er day; 10.00, $1J.O: ( and $14.00 per week SEMINOLE 0 WEST PALM 1 IIKACH, FLA,

J. II. DALTON In charge of office. C. A. MEliaiTT, Lessee. JAS. II. REARDON, Lessee and Manager

Under New the Year Round. Excellence of
-- p-- -- -- Management.; Open '

THE MOST POPULAR OFJACKSONVILLE'S AnlnmZfo:. Cuisine a specialty.<< Rate $J.fiO, to ft(0:! (: penlij.'
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HOTELS.
Mr.S O IIUItNHAM Manager.
THE COLONNADES SEADREEXE, FLA., Twenty minutes
$2.00 to :.J.OO day.
American Plan. per
by 'bus from DAYTONA Station.

WF.ST:: I'AI.JlI".ACII.: ( 11.'A ..\
PLACIDE IF. Table unsurpassed. Rooms and Beds best Electric Light, Steam host, Private baths, Boating, Fishing, Surf The Palms

in the City. Bus meets all trains Bathing, Ocean pier and pavilion. Best I blcyclo roads In the > (II.IrHt-eliiH. hotel, "UIIII'(>,1 on )bnniitlfnl Lake
State. Buy tickets vU F. E. C. R'y to Daytona. ". oppoMltu,. Itovitl. Pidmlina., Klcctilo: lights,
Free tickets on street cars to within one blockof electric bells maths' PIC.' $2: #'"l.Mt nod .:.l per d.iv. Special rates 1'V' the week.
J. P. VIKING:
Manager.
Hotel.CIIA8. I The PalmsVest Palm lleach Flu.
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COUCH, Resident Manager I ALATKA. "

Fes: :R.: 2 LE:

West and Cedar Streets, GRAHAM IIOTEL PALATKA, FLA.
Bay
WESTMORELAND HOTEL.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Brick Hotel. Overlooking St. Johns River Hotel with Seven Cottage a.nd.l0
Rates $:a.r>0 per d.iy. Weekly and monthly rato Convenient to ,all
\ boat landings and Railroad Depots.. J, WATKINS: LEE, Prop. Acres of Land.
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- Also Pioprletor! of the Old Sweet Springs, .V. Va.

table. Hot and Cold water - .
ed this season,. Fine cooking and good .r.. pa

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All eLANl). ,,

street cars pass the (door. Rooms 50c, 73o; and $1 n day. Rooms and Y'

board $2.00 to *2.50 per day. Hotel College Arms DKLAND, FLORIDA, I

Mr A. WALKER, Proprietor. ,



New Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Is about one hundred miles. .south of Jacksonville of easy access. to travelers
by the Plant System, being on the DeLand Blanch, five miles from n"reMfllfd. Yet.,"
j1t: 41 t M M Y I J '
It located on high, rolling pine land. Thero are orange groves and pleasant r1w .4r.6 r
Under entire new management. Newly furnished and renovated. Cool, drives the vicinity. There are some fifteen miles,. of shell road about the # trt' I
and comfortable. Electric lights: and bells. Croquet, tennis and town, making It a paradise for riders. The sanitary arrangements are of the t eiMetjr
quiet, table d'hote dinners latest and most Improved. The hot.ll., lighted by electricity and heated. with &4 44
and boating.! : Special
bowling alleys. Good fishing team, while In every room Is an open (fireplace. There has been an additionof
served every day at 0 p. m. We supply the table with fresh vegetablesfrom seventy-live rooms with private bath. ate single or tn suite. Tho cuisine
our own garden; fresh eggs! .and chickens from our own poultry will be kept at a high standard. A first-class livery stable connected. The
good rich cream from our own cows. Pay us a visit. Within milk and cream Is. supplied by a private dairy of .'Jersey cows. Vegetables are
yard; from the home farm. The water I lit supplied from an Artesian well. Terms,,
two blocks of the Ostrich Farm. Yew 'phone 317. t:.l per day and upward. Special' to families.. For further Inclination, address n.r" .

C. W. RIPLEY, Manager, Hotel College Arms, DeLand, Fla. %
Ripley's Summer Resort. The Slppican, Marlon Masse, j
GRAND VIEW Hotel, JACKSONVILLE! FLORIDA. )t t

KOCKLKIHJi:. t

Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new Post Office between and Located at HAKNO, three' qtiiirtera of n mile commit of EAU: GALLIK,

Government Buildings; centrally located on Forsyth street FLORIDA on the KMII Gnlllp. ISIrer, !ems thun half n mile from the
Bridge and Clay streets, on high and spacious grounds. Very plea THE PLAZA HOTEL KOCKLKIK1R, Fr A. Indian River, and two and a half miles from the Ocean, 'I he property
and sleeping apart- ,
airy
ant Parlor, Office and DInlngRoom; also Urge is two hundred miles Mouth of .h kll'IIVIllt', on the Florida East: Coast
furnished with Modern Im- This handsome hotel located the bank of the beautiful Indian River
en suite well and newly new on ,
ments, single or Hallway with the Ilullrnnd) Station the
and Cold Water Baths etc. Popular In the heart of the far-famed Indian River orange region, U now open for the adjoining properly Itulldlngs
Hot
provements; Electric Bells, erected in 1806.( and some of them' have never been the
E. II. SANBORN, Proprietor. reception of guests. A more delightful and attractive locality cannot be occupied origInal
Prices. Imagined' than Itockledge, with Us beautiful walk, romantic scenery, beat. owner having died i a few month after their completion.
loa orange; groves: fine boating, II.Mnlln.1 hunting. Rooms with private The hotel was opened for about two month prior to the owner's
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite balh. Rates f-J.SO! per day and upwards.. Special weekly rate death, and has not been used since All the building were erected in

HOTEL OXFORD St. James Hotel H. IL PECK, Manager. the most substantial manner and are now In excellent condition. The
,
comfortable and hotel and cottage are completely furnished, and very little of the furniture
Convenient to all parts of the city commodious rooms, OX INDIAN RIVER. hat ever been used. There are two artesian wells cisterns .
the Oxford twenty
all who at a pleasant -
homelike and special efforts made to give:\ atop NEW ROCKLEDGE HOi'EL
stay, Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack Opened December 111. The property cost the original owner =U ,OOO and will be told at a
tonville. FINLET Attractions-,Full-bearing orange grove, livery' bicycling (ten miles river
MRS. )I. O. Propr
sacrifice. The above cut fairly the .
drive) bowling alley, boats for fishing and ducking, free excursions: on represents property.For
particulars apply to or addresn,
-- launch to points of Interest. Rates X60 to M per day. Special weekly. EZRA (IIA1CII., lion. I>. L. GAULn" N, Wsi. A. WAn OCK.

Remember the ADVOCATE does Job Printing. Correspondence solicited. Caretaker on premise Attorney fur Owner Agent for Owner.
n. P. SHARES A SOX, Proprietors. Eau Galll, Florida. Tllusvllle, Fla. Jamaica, N. Y.


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 9, 1900. .

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East Coast Tourists PALM BEACH-HOTELS.Palm PIONEER- DAY.C ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll & Coldsraith: :;


IntelfBte.l In AnT OBJECTS and Beach has certainly been well! MEMi6uiiNB: FLA., March 8, 1WX\ of
SOUTHERN I SOUVENIRS ,shoul GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES All Kinds
visit tho jewelry shops! of the pat ionized this season and well may; Editor Indian Hirer Adoocate : ..X.sLt-i.' yera... "
Manager Fred Steiry go around with ;a announced the Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited" i .
When through,:
/l {; Jr happy smll on his countenance. The ADVOCATK we last week a special train and TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
r ( business of 10 Florida East Coast Hotel WILL PRACTICE IK STATE AND! ,
System shows an Increase of sixteen percent half-fare rates for Pioneer D.iy, we supposed .
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JACKSONVILLE; PALM BEACH, for the month of February which I Ia Is that we bad an understanding to UNITED STATES ,COURTS.
S.I'. AUU UWI'IN E.U.THEANIIEIJER most /gratifying gain and shows how that effect with the railway company; ;
.... well rooted tmd grounded Is the popularIty but it seems that the understanding wa Lesley & Motlow <
It have been. ,
might
not as perfect as
of the American Riviera in the mindsof
BUSCH learned that the trains will of Title
We have just Abstracts
.. the wealthy tourist class. 'j'Jle total RENAKEIi & CO.)
to LOSLEY
(Successors
not be available, and without them the ;
number of day entertainment furnished -

Brewing Asso's during by the the several month ,of hotels February of the was system i>7.000In ( half-fare friends rate from would north be of of no Melbourne urn; amour I Furnished to lands ic Brevard and Dade Foreign and Domestic Brands! of Wines, Brandies Rums, Gins and Wblskes! ,

round numbers. Of course Palm Bead cannot get down and back the same day; Counties.We Bottled Beers Ales and Stout. --
KainoiiH HC Louis Keg and IO1tlod led, as It always does, and In fact nearly. I; on the regular trains, and those from ,
Hear.Solil half, or 27,000! were registered( there the south would only have three or lour A First-class Line of Cigars. *.. Billiard and Pool Tables.
at time when
the afternoon
hours in a
by Mem.ritlinvlllu, I.oHley) It..&...Motlow This peoplo does were not entertained mean that here:27,000! but different is the they would lose roost of the day's pro- ,have a largo list of Family and hotel trade l Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to; mall

By Mr. K. I*. Mollow Cocoa, Fin sum of the daily house counts during the gramme. This practically bars out our orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusvllle, Fit

By Mr.!Kurt W J.I'lorue Tucker Flu.Cocoa OIK( month. Last year the total of the system to re-union.this occasion We have for month been looking and forward the disappointment :3L ..A IfcT:: :: :ID S.5 :::
for the month of February, of 49,000
ZAPF and for Palm Beach 23,000.: In 1MU8 the is naturally keen: to us, ai INqill:? AU1'P' Protect Your
JOSEPH who had to FIRE
totals were: system 3U,000; Palm Beach, well as to those planned owned by ourselves and clients. Price iuJuitrnvia.
known in time
18000. In 1807: : system 30,000; rtiln attend. Uad we we Property Against ,
lands to $100.00per
have made for unimproved $3.00
airangementi
might perhaps
Sole Agent. Ul'ach.16.000.: In 1800: system 32,000() ;
:
:
Palm Beach This for other means of transportation. We LXG-EJTN'XN'G-: : : OYOx.ON'ES.
10000. steady growth
.. 010 to 62(1( West Bay Street, Is most gratifying/ to the management of have Invited Mr. Clark to the address the acre. I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the, Mutual Life
the Palm Beach hotels and also to General pioneers, and we cannot get ploneel'shere Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City

1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Manager Knott, and Mr. Flaglei for hU audience. Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
With this exception the Chautauqua WE have a few Residence, Orange
himself, who cannot but be pleased to l is meeting our For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CHAS. S. SCnUYLER,
-- fully expec-
find his efforts to rurul first-clang/ resort programme tations. Much an opportunity) for a high Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable Tltusvlllc, Fbi,
JOHNSON LAW COMPANY. establishments so thoroughly ap. and enteitalnmenthas
The above show how class of Instruction
predated. figures locations. Prices Reasonable. ---
been offered the peopleof
the resort business of Palm Beach i is increasing never before

EDISON LALANDE, and especially)) the gain In pop- The the Indian Chautauqua River will region.: close with a concert INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
uluitty of the splendid hotels of the East TITUSVILT.E
SAMPSON NO.2, Coa8t SY8tem. The totals for tho monthof on Wednesday evening E. P. BRANcH March 14. OFFICE!! '. { and MIAII. FLA.

and DRY BATTERIES, February March and are, from always present greater Indications than for President. Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention

FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION.Full the difference will be more marked this l paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. ,Fair dealing is my motto.T. .

year than ever before. CHURCH NOTICES. East Coast Meat Market I T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

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The Steamboat. Line. 1. F. UUREN
Rev. E. N. Bell will hold services In Agent.

the Baptist church, Tttusvlllo, Sunday, OOrj
The Augustine: of the Indian River Match\ 11, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Just Recei'Ted
and Lake Worth steamship line, got ..- -.
through the canal 1 to Luke Worth yes- Bishop Gray will\ visit St.:! Gabriel'schurch U2 ca.: ,

erday for the first time this year and Titusvillo on Tuesday, March c:::>
came to Palm Beach says Saturday's 13th, services at 7:30: p. m. -

Palm Bench News. From now on the There will bo no services in the Presbyterian =
.
boats will make regular trips from Palm church Sunday Hatch 11. The sa.:: :

leach to Rockledge, and the trip l Is will be completed so as to have -
easily one of the most attractive In the the repairs usual services on March 18. tE1: .A New Line of f' Stoves.
world. The steamers are comfortable
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antI commodious and all their appointments Archdeacon B. V, Brown will hold = .cn;.... .
I are first-class. It enables the divine services at Jupiter, Friday,March ca.: -
>uiist to see the beauties of the Indian \Utb, at 1U'JO:: a. m., and 7:3J p. m., Eden -U2 =
Iver and still enjoy all the comforts oflife Sunday, March llth at 10:30 a. m.; TITUiVILLE!: FLOHIDA.
aboard a first-class steamer T. T. Waverlandlenaen, at 3:MO p. m.

line of Electrical Supplies. Reese: who Is the Palm Beach agentof the Gray's appointments in Bre

JOHNSON LAW CO. line i can furnish any .Information rela- yard Bishop county are as follows: George Peeples... ::r... ..S. :EEJI'OE3: :... ..: :c & s ON_

:3* 111 W. FonythSt. Jacknonvllle Fla. LIve thereto. Banyan, March 8th; Ueorgiana, March !
LATER. BthjTItusvllle; March\ 13th; Courtunay, .
River have; Match 13th: a. m. Old Glbnon ...Tinsniith TlTUSVILLK, FLOKIDA.
The Indian steamers given March 14th; Meriitt, ; building;. next: .
hOTELS BOARDING HOUSESAND up tho attempt to run thiough the canal Cocoa March 15th:\ p. m. door to Carruthera1 _ _ _ _
to; Palm Beach, and will hereafter run berber. simp.
OTHERS only between Jupiter and Rockledge. ll'cgtGIIAve.' TlTtTSVILLE, FLA. ,
. Chas. A. Gardner
Dance at Rockledge. ,
The canal filled as rapidly as It could be Tlnsrnlthing, Roofing, Gutteringand ,
dredged out, and there was too much -- all kinds of repair work promptly FUNITURE "
danger of getting aground. Last night a very enjoyable dance was attended to. STOVES
given at Hotel Indian River, Rockledge DRY GOODS
Balding the Palm Beach. Club. In honor of Mr. and Mis. Henry lirad- .Work from down the River solicited. MATTINGS.
hey, of Potomac, Md. It was largely THOMPSON'S: GLOVE FITTING
Attended by guests and residents, who AND K & O CORSETS.
A decided sensation has been cieated the whole
with
BROS.
were more thau delighted MAINHARD BUTTERICK PATTERNS
1C want Frnnh. and Bait water Finn, ten. ,
you OJ:: the of the *
Beach the
at Palm by raiding
/ dancers "trlppsd
Ureen Turtle, etc., iga to 14. 11. MKLTUN, Wholetale affair. The merry WALL PAPER,
and Retail FI'K and o,liter ('mpany foot Beach Club anti the arrest of the propil- light fantastic" uulll the wee urn' hours, KID GLOVES,
of Ooean .t., and City Market,Jacksonville. Fla. elors, charged with the violation of the and many words of praise were bestowed and SHOES!,
Stale Ian against gambling. The raid upon Mr. Bradley Manager 8. Pronkey Gleaning Dyeing TRUNKS, ,
ITlio 'JLioAVOvy1O was mado last week when.. was expected and Mr. C. A. Crelgbtou for courtesies
tll catch the place in full blast but Fla. r
,
Titusville.
shown those who were piesent. .
Establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing S U I U U S S S
.( West Day 8t Jacksonville, the result proved that the managers of Manager :S.: 11. Peck /gave an enjoy. cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. .
lutcluli 1.\(1: l ,received a tip In advance. able dance .at Hotel Plaza on oatui Jay
FINE When Slieilft R. .1.Chllllngworth arrived night last. There was a huge and gay J JACKSONVILLE FLA.
there ho fOil n I that the roulette and faro throng present, und every oue had a good JOHN R. WALKER
Wines, Liquors and Cigars. tables had bcun removed and their places time; thanks 10.the genial manager and ,

taken by nevoial common tables, over has charming wile. iriioWUV Threo ",Vhyfoo& Furniture
Anheusor-Buscb Extra Palo on Draught. which several Innocent games of cards Rockledge has three fine hotels-the : Ice Cream Parlor.Millinery .

Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. were In progress. The raid Is 'lie outcome Indian River, Plaz.i.aud Mew Rockledge, -- :

The best of :Service and pleasant& quiet of a determined effort that Is being all of which .are doing a tine business. YOUR i Soda AVater
KILL MOCKING BIRD ,
ort. JOHN F. MUNCH made to drive the club out of existence.
le Mgr.
lIon.[ Frank Clark of Jacksonville, is in 11111 with stale fond. when you can :
hat-goof the legal fight that is being Married In Tltunvllle. buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird Dry GoodS, (Fount and bottles.)

"JUST FAR ENOUGH NORTH" made against its proprietors. He I is Food fresh every day at 25; o per lb.; sent Cigars & Tobacco.
.
KNJOV YOUR SUMMBIt OUTING AT known as one of the best lawyers In the Miss Mamie Gray, daughter of Mr. and anywhere lOo extra to pay freight. Notions etc.

HOTELVICTORY. State and is backed In this matter by Mrs. S. F. !;Gray of this place was mar- WHY ButTer fom CHILLS & FEVER : Confectionery etc.
Mr. Flagler and the East Coast Hotel lied to' lit I'. F. N. lllichcock, of New when you can get a bottle of : : 7
". n, "' Pnt-ln-Huy lule System, who have long recognized the demoralizing Haven, Conn.,' on Sunday afternoon last, Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed "Star Building. ("at the old stand.")
1> .heLAICEERUO.: uiToct of tho club and determined at three o'clock. Tho wedding took to cure for OOc.
'0.. I to drive It out, If possible. of the bride's Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mall orders receive prompt
; residence -
..-. i'!' ::'n: The World'* place at the parents
\ ,.... .''ia.! ::)- Lal'Jl'e.t. IIIOHt and the Uev. W. N. Chaudoln of WHY suffer from. splitting HEADACHE and careful attention. Yours for business JNO. R. WALKER.PALA.TKA .
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& : -. ch..lnK..nl. when you can get a bottle -
After
m. .hotel, Cool I, ilollKlitful.n..It.o". cmniKe Well-Merited. Appointment. LaGrange tied the nuptial knot. of Thomas', Headache Cure that. will .
..... of
congratulations
pure' water, n.> iiioHqiiltiH i ioir, .UnK.; receiving the hearty
llHUIntc, ImthliiK. .Um Inn, nntatonum u *emaiiu their friends, the happy pair left cure you In short order for lOc.
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innuiueralile; Imrno band and ,,roi.eetrii, Mr. Jan. Harper, who has been a resl- many where will reside. 11. R. THOMAS,
for Miami they
:ttt acre lawn, Hitrvloe. anti Rtintne uiiHiirpaHM"d I dent of Titusville for about two GAY BROTHERS -
A11 white lurvanti. Ratim JJ.W to *B.IU) per day years, The bride Is well and favorably knownIn Chemist & Druggist. LaVllIa Pharmacy.
tIOJIIltot:01reokLCh"r.lIy: rate*. June left on Wednesday for Pablo Beach to this section, where she has a host of Jacksonville, Fla.I .
20 to Sept. 15. llHaiitirnl/ .* T. W. MoCreary. Oen'l Munnicor, East Coast Hy. lIe has been employed friends; and the ADVOCATE: joins i
7U4 Mt>nroe Htruet. TOLBIH, Onto. wishing the happy couple a long life of '
After June l.t. Put-lu-Kay. Ohio. at this place as day operator; and Mr. connubial bliss and prosperity. FLORIDA. GROCERS
'V. F. Jlbb the night; operator takes.hU 'Indian River Steamers
place Mr. Harper is. a good and faithful | I
lift VP You a crop Early Vegetablell, servant of the company; and while his Slioemakliig and Repairing. We make. Special Feature of our
Oranges, Pines, etc., to ship ? many friends. regret to see him leave Indian River and Bay Biscayne
We t) advan own, they are pleased to learn of hladvaucement. attended
can use your consignments All kinds of repairing; promptly Mail Order
tage. We will please you. Stencil. on We wish him every suoess. to by William Bassett, Hopkins Inland Navigation Co. Department.Knowing .
application. Correspondence iollci teti. Mr. J. T. Knox of this place will street(near BoukulglU's; boarding; house), '
uoceed Mr.\ Jlbb as night operator. '
KAISER BROS., Tltusville, Fla. Operating a line of steamers between ,bow difficult It l Is in some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES

Wholesale Commission Merchants, Rockledge, on Indian River and Palm CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled
Knoxville, Teun. Fighting, the Boer. Steamship Tickets. Beach, on Lake Worth, touching at principal promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.
landings between these points. 'Ve carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and lia<"
Quite a number of people In Florida, Two steamship tickets for sale; first many articles not \usually found in other and smaller houses.

CANCER CURED at HOME. have relations( fighting; the Boors in South class; Brunswick New York and return Route. the Indian RJverand through By SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
Africa among them being the Messrs. ; cheap. Mallory Line. Apply to New Canal System to Lake Worth. -

Little Bros., of Jacksonville; the Walton ADVOCATE Office, Tltusville, Fla. accommodations both -:
The

NO KNIFE Bond for free, -book.- NO Adilrom PAIN. iros., the, of genial Tltusvillo proprietress; and Mrs of A.the J.West Walker are steamers well passenger equipped have been for Increased the tourist, and season.they E. .A. VV ADDELL: : ,

Cancer Sanitarium, morland Hotel, Jacksonville. Great. VISIT the most Peculiar and Interest-

BELLEVIEW, FLORIDA. sympathy la felt for ,Mrs. Walker this Ing sight| in America. . Excellent meals served on board steam Miami City and Dade County ----

_. lady having latoly received the sad news ers at reasonable prices.
of the death of two of her brothers, who THE FLORIDA.OSTRICH .
were killed\ In battle at Splon Kop. lOuth-bouud- North-bound. Real Estate Bureau.
NEAR & TAYLOR, Reed clown R".lol''It ,
Schedllie In .If.ct
'tnesiIaysWeln.sleys
>nlay.
Cirrus: In Town. Farm I F.h.:l'J. JOOO. Thrlays
Artesian WellCONTRACTORS Thursdays L.umUfGM, Frt.Iay.stid 50,1Saturdays. -A select list of-
,
Cooper & Go's circus, which showed -, Sunda,.
''Tt here, last Saturday aftcrnoon and JACKSONVILLE.Nearly _4 ill I' m Lv. ..Rockle'lge..Ar, III IMI a m :131Ly: BiHcnyuc: 3Pi-oj>or-ty: l
ii evening, was well attended by our town (130 P III Lv. EaLl:" Galli. ..Ar 6 110 5 IIIT.IO
and those from the surrounding P in t.v. .. ',telbourne ..Ar sun.5 III City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable Tracts!. of all sizes for Investments. Prosphate and ,
Ean Gallie Fla. people, 8 00 a III Lv..Jensen....Ar 7 110 P inill
_ _ country, and everyone seemed well pleased 110) am Lv..iplter .. ..Ar 100 1' in ORANGE GROVE: LANDS on West Coast.
with the performance. Every actor 1:10: r mAr, Palm ticach..Lv It 00 am
For Correspondence enclose
-- stamps. Agent for
hat entered the ring; was an artist In his "
For Sales particular Hue and there were no dull SUBJECT.TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.: ARMOUR A CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,
moments after the performance began.; This time table show the times at which the Fertilizers, Chicago, Ill. Chicago, IlL

11 acres choice land at Georgiana, Those who did not attend missed one of steamers from m the'y be.e.expected.eral 'landinm to arrive but at theIr and arrl-depart Avenue D, over Bank. MIAMI. FLORIDA.
fronting Indian and Banana Rivers partly the treats of the seitson. val departure at the time stated i* not Ritarntend -- ,
cultivated. f 1,100.00; terms to suit. .nor doe the company hold Ititelf reiponihle -

Address' COUHTLAXD BUCKMAX Shipping Guava Tree from Tltuivllle. for any, delay or any coiuetiiience arrlalnglierefrum 2=3. 3=3. ZLIIL IS, Tx.:: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

22 lie-Ran st., Jacksonville Fin. Steamer connect with the Florida Boat Coast -DEALEH!: !: I:*: -
President W. II. McFarland, of the railway all follows
.
McFarland Fruit Protection Co.( Tltus HOI.notrsD.
For Hutch In M
Eggs !:. Leave JacksonvIlle..a a inArrive
ville, ban, this. week been shipping RoCkl 4Ige..S 311 P m =8
trees from his garden to Daytona .
'
White Rock guava MOBTHltOCXD..eare -
Plymouth( exclusively; and other places. They were covered Rockleilge.............. ... ,......122 p m _CI_:) CO ..- ;)
seven Cloud,pens.jr., who First was pen headed awarded by second White with blossom and small guavas which .; I. arrive Jacksonville. .............. ,..... 7311 P m aCd
In time to connect with all train for the
saved from freezing by the Mo-
prize for cockerals and special prize in were north and wett _-
S to 10 feet
the last Madison Square Garden poultry arland toots. Nothing like protectionfor high weighing 900 glunntlfl\SAO Co bird 4 show; second, third and 4th pens headedby your fruit trees. neat*, tgf*.ostrich .Inllll and baby eatrlche building.. : St. Augustine, fla.S. -
cocks Imported from A. C. Hawkins. lint, hatched.Unlde I ., n. GLBAKOV Superintendent. steamboat
.
*escort vliltor* throngfl the farm explaining : wharf. Rockledire 115..r.
.
H. FRIKDLANDBR: B7- ReadlnnotIce/ ads. on this page> ..'I about the bird,their ne.u,b..blta. T. KHBKB,, A glut, steamboat wharf. Palm
ISfcb-lra Interlachen, Kla.: are five cents per line per week. lumane, etc. lleacn.Fla. ALSOGENERAL REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS, BLACKSMITHING, ETC. t