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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: November 2, 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: UF00075918:00096
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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,I : LOCAL NEWS Attorney Geo. M Robbins has been -Mr.\ A. B. Brown, Of the ADVOCATK The residence of J. O. Walton, A CHARGE REFUTED.Ti'ruavll.f.IC returned<< to Oimond, after a most suoeussful -

spending a few days In West Palm Beach staff, was a visitor to DeLand, Sunday Tltusvillti, for rout, furnished. Applyat season. Messis. Anderson APiico \.
and Miami this week. this utllro. will open Hotel Ormoiul on tile
[And Topics of General Interest. -:Miss Nona Lnpham, of Indlanola, Fl.A., Nov I IWX\ t'Jlh:! day uf January. I IJ
HOLIDAY SOUVENIRS, Palmetto Pin has been In town this week the guest of -Mr. W. W. Katman, of St Augustine ( II I
\ Brovard
To the of
Pads, l.'ic.: K. MARTIN Mrs. S. 1>. Oelger. was! tu town yesterday!: on his way PoopU County : Mr, S, M. Hannah, for the past twelve ;,1

|>fioolety and General Oorulp In connection Bovine, Kla. south Hiving been recently advised Hint rrepoit \ months pioprletor of the Motel Arno,
-Mr. J, O. Walton after
with RI>l'II.llllllafew III bt-lng Industiloiisly cliculatcdaiound Tampa, has become thou owner of the
Biscayne liny. Lake WurthIndbrn -Capt. Orlando Qunrteiman of Chester weeks In Washington and =New"' York, Ooirespondence, to Insure 11I8pl'lInll.1"lIoulol have '
tho that I
property
always
Banana and Halifax IClTen, Key Wen :Shoals House of Refuge was among returned to Tltusvlllo on Wednesday. not reach thin otlloo Inter thanWednesday county
and all other Important Point along the i voted tho Hepublioaii National' ticket, I Mr I Leland of thelinn
the pleasant callers at this office onWednesday. evening.Woid Starry Manager: ;
Bait Coast. of Florida. Brief mention of Contractor J. A. MacDonnld, who I beg icuvo' to \pivsent to jour consldem- Mavir Motel, Bryn Muwr P",., and w
Interesting Event from Varlon lart has been on a visit to bt. Augustine and from l 'nmptol1 Lake, X J., thou the hplloWLngatlidavit, which binuds room. clerk of tho llieakois. Patio\ llonch,
of the World) About People You Know Judge Doggett:!; and Attorney II. II. Jacksonville, returned to Palm Beach, tells us that Mis. II. J. Smith and family that spurt as absolutely falso: has been enjoying a visit to Lake j!

and People You Ion't Know Plnfcet Buckman, of Jacksonville were among Wodnl'.tay.Vlcc.Prp"ldent. are en route) their winter home mid; :STATIC 1)11' 1"11111"\I Woith.t ,J'|

np by Our Society Editor and a lergeelaff I Tuesday's southbound passengers, on J. R Pnrrotr, of the orange grove nt Kocklodye.Dr County ot !Ilievaiil I Mr. II. II. bquier, who was formerly

,of Correspondent scattered along; the. their WRY to Key We..t.Editor F. K. C I'nUway, w lui has been taking! a 'I E. .K. l<..tlliis. wIn, recently n\- lYlsonully ""I"'III'I..II"r"l.t\, A. A.btcwint will .lint "'I"l'hllll'II11t: Coimf. lintel Sys0 0

Katit Const of Florld.o.i E. T. Bylngton!; of the Miami miu h-nei'ded rest, In New Yoik, him returned i lhi-dli" fiom ivannnli, will open anolllcc check, of f clue Clicmlt, Couitlnnml "'11I, I la now holding), the position of u- +

News, panned, I lluouith l here> Tuesday, 1 with his family to Jacksonville. t In t the Uouidof. Trado rooms, which for I llin /Mate and I County II iesiild, slsl.iut. room clerk lit tho WlIl
i TilE ADVOCATE, on Ills way' home iron a visit to Jacksonville la now being gotten In older.Mr Tom JohiiHim (nckshiitl, who being. Ja, Newoik.. .
-III': and Mis. O. HVontbll and\ family
$1.50/ per annum, In advance. and bt. Augustine.Mr. of I who have been : tlm duly R"'III.' sajs upon his oath : "I i !
Miami spending It. C Alken an engineer on voted, tlio ticket Mr. 'l' M. Loneheu, who has been room i
havo
novel!r Itepublicin' ,
,I SI.00 six months C. A. Bacon, the well-known several weeks C'lnrlnnitttl with Mends, F E. C. Ky., and Miss Freddiu Gilbert either Nation tl I Mate! or Bounty, shies I eloik nt tho Onvau house, Watch Mill, It. I
$2.00 per an. to foreign countiies. rtinimalnde iniifactuiei, of Xo. !ii), near returned home, Wednesday, utter a very one of Miami's. pupnliiiyoung' ladles, \ have been able, lu vote which was (list t., dining .the past summer, will bo with

Oimond, has returned homo from tho delif.Mini tilp.Commodoio. wale nun l led last I night at, Miami The In 18(14( ." )sir Fred Starry, at Hotel Itoynl Poln-i )

I Note data of expiration printed upon North, much improved l in health. F.I). Hughes and wife, ADVOCATK withes tht'JIR life of continued TOM JOHNSON"' : ('ucR511rye.Sworn claim, Palm Hoach, tho coming season.

,, :your is a receipt paper or for wrapper' every week.No need This -The lion. Fred S. Morse of Miami 1, of New YOlk, who have Linen enjoying happiiiosH and Miibseilbed I to brfoio me liar I Ii I. \Waclienuseii, who has managed .
your money. who has been visit to New the at St. Lucie forsuveial weeks' -\\' brave loainod flout tho printers !
for us to send receipt for subscilptlon enjoying a llsliing 5fT e this November 1st, A. !D", 11"Ut. Motel Brandt, llanillton, CanaiU;' ,
The date gives It to Yuck end, other northern cities, was on past have gone to C'oconnut Grove. I ot tho oflicl.il; 1 eleetioii 1 ballots, I liiat the A. A, SiKWAur, dining' the past sinson, has iKtiirneil to
I'' you. Tuesday's southbound train, en I'outehome. where they will remain sumo time nnn\l'lIor candidates will not appear In [!Soul! ] Check Clienlt ( Com. St. Autfiixilno get lloixl (lrllllll /n When you subscribe for the ADVO- alphabetical older, us stated on our :2nd readiness for tho coming/ wlntei'n travel.!
r. CATS by the year It does not cost you -Have' you cleared your sidewalk of but that will substantially liespeclfullv,
,,1 three cents per> week, postage Included. -Mr.[ Frank Clark, one of Jackson weeds and stnd-burs, about which soN page they Older appeal'' TOM 1 JOIINHON: ('no"ivsiu'TI.inirntl '. Mr, C O. Cliiimlxntin announces that'
In the
published by lilt .
ville's and eneigetto! lawyers wa people complaint barely hmisiholdcis ,. - llouso | '
;'. THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE IB on blight !; many hn will open the Palmetto 1)11)-
+ dale the news-stands at five among bunday's lIoulhhOllncIIHlM"enger". should take sulllclrut Interest I In -Mis. V. Sanchez and won have open ( M..Klor ('ill lousily III, lout, about, Noveuibor IA. The 1'llllII"ttoWilli
at following
en route to 1\lIan.ll1n<1 other places south their town to lean up their sidewalks ed u vary neat grocery. atom In their own always a ,popular, house, and we wish
-cents per copy rTltusville of Titusville. brick building on I tlie Plaza, :St. Augustine A letter front New York to the Ai>vo. Mr. Clianibeillii every success) In his new-
B. R. Wilson & Son. :Mr. Jos ?, solo agent In Florida
Zap : As they h rave no tent to pay, the CATS that (Ul'IIC'I'ILI Ilinj Klagler
J. IJ. Screven. C. C. 01 t for the Anheuser-lliiHcU C'o says: Vl'nture.
,J Attoiuey Cb.lllingwo.ith, Blowing goods are of the boat, and will bo sold at who at. the Polniliina winter
Jacksonville-Ruthbun hotel. Atlanta has boon visiting his father was among bunday's!: southbound ;IlLIIIIOn- tho smallest possible' prollt. ResKlonts for was the first time Royal but who has Mr, I'.'A. .Hauicx. who hn* done an ecollout .

-" Windsor hotel. and mother atV cst Palm Beach this I gels, on his! 'way to West Palm Head of St. Augustine: should give this. well winters at Hoc, Is criticallyIII spent business at his hotel In Saratoga,
Duval hotel. week. Ills four-year old son nccom Miami and Key West, In the interest vI stocked store H tilitl' many ledgu, N. Y., has l'etllrnUlI to St. Augustine. for
will' at thorlHIi
News at and, Union depoB3T" punted him. his company.Mr. Urllht'ldlMI'lIl1t', the winter 8t111MOIi.Va presume Mr.
-Rev. S. D. Paine, of West. Palm Avenue hotel, 1IU condition lepoitml Sutras will again maimgo the Abbey hotel
-Mis. E. Webster one of Tlbbals C. L. Myers, general( manage Beach, who has been spending I ho sum to be hopeless, and It was doubtful-the St:! Atiguatlno
: Reading notice ads are ten cents much-respected residents, has been the I of the Pcninsulir and Occidental Steamship In England through hero tlistof tho week-whether ho could''-

per line on tills page. guest of the Indian River hotel Tltur Co. ; and Mr. U. T. OotT supeili' yesteiday mer en route, passed homo, saving/ / he had( cover. Gennial Flagler's health bas The host of Florl.hot' friends of Col. F.j ,

-Quite a large number of people took] vllle, for a few days. She returned tendent of the Florida East Coast Railway had a delightful visit. !Mis. Paine, who been pour for Homo time ( Brown are glad to know ho liasrecovuied -

in the excursion to New Smyrna on Sun- home Monday evening.Mrs. passed. through here, Tuesday< en accompanied him on his tour, stoppedat :Since the above was in type, now has from his locent Illness liens
last. route to Uadecounty.We reached. of the ditnth of (General Flag- now able to attend. I to his duties and
day Robt. L. :Motlow and children Philadelphia for while. on a visit to

v -Mr. D. L. Alderman, one of the cat. who have been spending tho summer a t are In receipt of a very pretty her daughter. The reverend gentleman her, which' occurred, Tuosday IJHH"UIIlIl'I{ will Plant soon come l lotels.It to Florida. to examine Uia ;
and other Tennessee little Palmetto souvenir mud and wife also visited the Pails Exposition at tho Fifth Avenue hotel The ( bystem
tie kings of the East Coast, spent a few Vicksburg places pin-pad; <<
days In Jacksonville this week. returned home on Saturday last much by Miss\ Kittle Martin of Bovine } Ia. with which they wore much pleased. Is survived by his widow his brother, Is rumored 'that tho Semlnolo hotel

to the delight; of Mr. Motlow.Col. It Is very neatly made, and as the priceof Chillies Klagler, of Lockport,, and his at Winter Park ono of tho oldest and
-Mr. W. II. Harris spent from Saturday them Is only 15ctn wo recommend. Among those who passed through sister, MIHK iMaglur' and Mrs. Edwin, bust-known winter l'IIMIII.tllln the country

until Monday In town with his faintly S. F. Travis, of Cocoa, has beet our readers to send for,one, or moio.Mr. Titusvllle on Wednesday's southboundtrain I'mryll (if Xlaiiaia' )Kails. Ills hlthllr., has been lunsi-d by the Plant System
on a visit to Jacksonville this week and was Oene"lll.eullard.1.. com vthodkd Chief; of
and then returned to Fort Pierce Dunlol lecently, was til Kdwiiid; It. Swell, the owner and pro-
In conversation with ADVOCATE [ W. II. l'l.tl\l'8.f N niandei of the dl'I"lIlml'llt of Cuba. He
an representative Uiooklyn, OiillnunCH) dining tho Spanish war letor of the Lake Maibor hotel at
-Mr. Grbtjan Ronald, a prosperous said that he would have Y. wan accompanied liy Ids aide-de-camp )pi ,
170 who bus a nice winter lionm on Tho lemalim were taken to Ihe Ocn- such
orange glower; of Lotus spent a coupleof boxes of oranges at Rocklodge.Mr. Kidgcwood avenue, Dnytona says Capt.[ Frank Bass McCav and !Mr Alexander ernPsbtl'ihplace. iMinr Lorkpoit for Interment. Muskegon,

days in Jacksonville the first of the Kindly discontinue my ad, In the Ai>vn. Oorislies! of Havana. They were I General Fhigler was a thlitytlilid Mr S. M. Peck, who hall had a aliI-!
F. T. after
week. of week Budge,with enjoying and a CAT; for a boat. have made airange. on their way lo Miami, wlieio they Intended degree Mason I and Past Grand ccssfiil season nt Hotel Arlington, 1'olos- Ii
visit
a or so Captain
-Hon. OPO. A. Worley, one of Ml : Mis. Jas. Prltchaid l. left for Miami on men is for one, and the ADVOCAPK did boarding n Government ship to Muster' Mason of Now Turk. :State' key, Mich., this summer was it !passenger
ami's leading legal lights was attendingto It. convey them to Havana. In conveisailon 1 on Monday', southbound train en
and little --- --- ---- -
Sunday, leaving1I'8. Budge!;
law business in Jacksonville the with an AI>VOCATK teprpsenrhtlve, Gen touts to Uoukledgo, to got,( hi* line hotel
some children in Titusvllle to stay a while -No doubt the manv lends of Mr. Ttlsley ). Wood and All Ilrtllowf4.il lii llliMvllle. '
first of the week. I'ralVuud! said he left Mis. -tho 1'1111&11111 roadlnes for the opening.!
longer. [ the amiable' Bush Ier of tho /b1an< family III St.- Aitgusllnn, but I hl'Y111 Ho was accompanied by Mr*. Peck and
: aid Oil Co. In Omaha will lie to Thin above (lI -Judge J. D. Beggs who Is again be -Mr. O. P. Havens, of Jacksonville, pleased join him In Cuba In a lew weeks The family
fore the people as a candidate for :States know that be has taken out a patent 011 who very iilutly| on Wednesday. evening, and
best general genial gentlemen,
of the In Florida a
Attorney, was In town a short while on one photographers/ ADVOCATE an automobile which Is clln81c10l..lonoof will undoubtedly very make lends In wo liuva uolldnfc of Iin P matte to clironIclo Tho Graham hotel, Palatbn will again
has the thanks of the for
a many
lu connection with 'I 1'hu'I'Itus. bn under tho of
Monday, en route south. the best that has been produced to It. management Mr. J. Wat
line lot of photographs of different scenes this date. Mr. Rlsley In i brother-ln-htw Cuba. vllle :Social I Club gave a dance at the kin Lite, jr., who lias h"lllulto"| suocessful I

-Judge M. S. Jones who has been In the !btate. They will soon be pieced to Mr. James UurbiUlge, of the Open Opel' : houso, but although) It woos not wo season! at tho Old Sweet Springs"
presiding at the various courts in the in position on the walls of our editor I. 1 lleur Mfc > .rn atlcndod usual the 'V VII.V '
house Jacksonville, he having ma'l'lodMr. hugely as night: hotel /Swuot Springs:: understand -
Seventh Judicial Circuit, returned home looms. Burbrldgo's sister. being rather v,> arm-those who wore piesuut that. !sir Cnto I III iindm Idad

on Sunday aftetnoon.Mr. -:Mr. John C. Jones, the candidate for Items visited one of H T (Glffoid's It-poll a very injoyablo evening. about opening than 1'11111I1111 IIOIINU, Palat-

-: Oeo. Gingrass after spending state attoi ney ; also his brother Mr. J. -Mr. and Mrs. Hatton Turner and apiaries last wI'ek" and tipped over )Music for the evening wa gratuitously ka, the coming xoason.. !
/ son, who l left their place at Oak 11111) two hives of boos. 'hoy did not succeed I by )MeHilamxH, Junes Piltchard
II. Jones another of supplied
several weeks with his wife and familyat prominent attorney
I I.
last November of Mexico and A stoam-hnnlhag plant being establlsluid -
on a lour In getting however.
any honey, 1nY, H. MIssAMno
Rockledge returned to Xewbeine, N. Orlando, were pleasant callers at thi / running; shady, ), 1 In the, Hotel Valencia
other have returned, << St Augustine /
places, just by way Two cif our went bear hunting
,
otllce few sports ffcssis K L, Bandy J. A. Collins arid
days ,
a They were en
last where he will ago.
C., on Sunday spend lie Mini oilier
Impiovemont lire being
of the Pad Coast, Canada< and New but succeeded only In getting wet.gttfMllliitf Kobe. Jibb.Prnifreialvft. .
route to Dado to look after h.Jones' '
the winter. county York to Oak IIIII.I! CI. Turner and son -.- --- -- made for this soason.' Jf hotel proprietor (
-Judge D. L. Oaulden's 15-acre orange political fences. will spend! this winter In England: ( ad! want to hold their winter guests,
grove at Minis\ admired by all who -Mr. I. M. Cox,'of the Southern Express Ireland. The Turners are great travel Orange Lot Mot Pay Culture. Club. they must, full In line with other up-to[

have seen it. Ills crop of oranges only Co., Jacksonville, has become a era, and It in quite Interesting to hear The Lemmas. poet Will Carlelon, wa ditto hotoU, or they will bo away behind
amounts to 200 boxes this year; but land owner on Indian River, having purchased Mi. Tinner tell .about the illlTeient partsof Information from California In to the discussed at I Ilan meeting of tho PioKlesivo In the rams for. tourist patronage.Mr. / .

next season the Judge will treble that O's acres of land: at Bomveijture the world he hUll visited. effect that .the owners of needling groves Cultniu; Club, hint !Monday.. aflei- H, S. Grnyson tho genlnl and I

amount.No from the widow of Chief Justice Waite, -An ADVOCATE representative recently have decided that (It does riot pay to grow noon. A skftch. uf his Ills wan road by popular "I.hlur at tho National hotel,
of Columbus, O. Ten acres are In bear- that variety of fruit, as Hit "tJI..IIIIII U. hand In the hotel I
land the pleasure of spoudlng a Mr*. A. K. Wilson. and the poem'Iftine Washington, no now
voter should go: to the polls next Ing trees and will yield\ about 000 veryplensnnt ; orange never sell an freely MM !he naval, "
orange Handsomer for hit coniioutecl
Tuesday before he has made a complete I| evening with frio II''I..* at the ielkviiH i With a Man, was lendoitid' 1111"111"8. was formeily
d! here
boxes of this season. varlet, nor es It bring near
study of the election ballot on our 2nd oranges of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Springer:! In thesataeprice. Although any much time by Miss\ / Kate Piltchard., after whlnh. n with his Lai 1 lor hotel !Macon 0".1| Hotel ; 1

Particular attention should be -Geo. W. Lainhart, Senator J<:. N. Washington, D. C. They have' one of Hull contest wan Indulged, In, conducted Alcn/.ur Atlanta' tit, ; Hotel Everett
neveial be
paid pige.to the explanatory notes at the top Dimick and Dr. It. B. Putter took the the neatest and most comfortable homes the and crops the will of I..t"y the seeillfnir making by !Miss Emma Wllglit. All mmnbeis' Jacksonville; United /State hotel and t,
change, owners \
arc lequusled to be present<< on next Mon- Motel Plerropont, Atlantic City; 'and the f '
and bottom of the ballot. northbound train Saturday; morning for Intbenbove-rnunedbeautiful I olty. )1 r. will bu gainers III the end, by
Jupiter where.they spent the day looking Spa! llnlter hold. the responsible_ position changing groves varieties, diy afternoon!. at U o'cloock !sharp, for Noiinandlo! Wuslilngton.I I., Mr...Grajnouii .. 11nlway. I ,I
-One of our advertisers in writing us after their orange grove Interests of private secretary to the Secretary of L the purpose or eieciing/ new oincer, lin. li piuiisi. word iur um |(uinii. )

from Asheville X. C., with reference to they hung back most encouraging reports the Interior, and has held! thrulliceuwJer .-.--.-. --- of hula hotel and he can number bar
his ad., : "I had no Idea your pink and Women. "Scan' the Neweyspers for NewProbably friend by tho hundred! .
says about their groves say th..yhaye both Democratic and Republican ndmln- t''. Quail N.Hii..n (>|>oii>.
paper had so wide a circulation until I never seen any trees which appeared 1 Hira'lons for many yenrs. Mr. nnd sirs! ll......... The Clarendon Inn Seabreeze' I being

received the big pile of letters in answer so thrifty and' tlouiishlng.-Lake Springer are well known in Florida, The piajl season In Florida opened! vastly Improved n* well all enlargedfor I I
to my ad., which please discontinue, as Worth Xews. whure they have spent happy win- '
I ninny ninety-nine women out of yesterday nnd a large: number of our the coining season. lie most itrlk-
It has filled the bill. -Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hathaway of West tare with relatives and friends-especialy every hundred scan advertising> colimns hunters made for the wood, with gun hug feature the new dining room which

Major F. M. Taylor and family, who Somerville, !\Ia>lll., who are prominent at Coronado and DC Iami., of their favorite newspnpeis before and dog, at curly dawn, many reluming I la being rapidly completed. It face the ,

have been spending summer nt Huntsville and well-known visitors to Hotel Or. When Washington, I). C., the they set forth on shopping. / oxpedllons. to THnsvlllo with the full complement Null with I practically a solid glass, It Is *a '

Ala., returned to Titunvlile on Saturday mond every winter are now the owners first of this week, an ADVOCATK representative The merchant whose name docs of quad{ as allowed by law arranged that It can, by a ivctein of ,
last, and will remain here duringthe of a automobile. A letter to this office met !Mr. Frank Sharp, formerly not appear In these columns has no more ---- folding door, be thrown Into the ollleo. I 1 I'i'

winter. The Major has also been on from' Boston says Mr. and Mrs. Hathaway proprietor of the Coronadn hotel, Coronado chance of receiving a share of the prospective Mhluplitir. Cattle. making a room 1:11: feet In length. The ,

a visit to Xorthern Michigan, where he have just returned home from a near New Smyrna. The Sharp; family purchasers patronage than he '''rion at the Inn opens Nov. l.Mh, and

left some very cold weather. two weeks' tour, In their automobile, with tlielr. characteristic energy, have would have If III* establishment was at Mr. K. O. )'01'1(1\11.0' U.Monger, wall will Im under the management of

of New York from down the east coast of Massachusetts recovered somewhat from the severe the north pole; for unless he advertises In town Friday afternoon on hits return Mr. Leonard GUI, a* heretofore.Mr. .
-1\11'. Chas. F. Nnethlng ,
expects to join Prof. J. :M. Laflin on and Maine, returning by way of low' they sustained when burned< out at'' regularly he Is likely to become foigoten. home from "urt'l'"ml'". whom ho ship- C II. Knott general superintendent -

their liouse-koat Hone Marie\ at Titus- Vow Hampshire. They traveled over Coronado a few years ago. By-the-war, It Is a cold day for tho storekeeper ]fId 7M( head of cattle to Cuba. Ho ex> of the Florida Kant Coast Motel ,

vllle next week to do a little duck r>00) miles; bad beautiful weather' sod ilr. Sharp showed our representative : when he neglect\ to remind the 11010(5 to ship more cattle shortly.S System' who ho boon on a visit to lie

shooting, but so, far we have not seen only had one rainy day In the two weeks. large picture (over 8ft. long,) of ""'hrIAt public of bin existence. Adirondack, hone returned to Clarendon
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many ducks; this season the weather being It was a grand trip and they enjoyed Itmmensely. Before Pilot," the workof, |IH! son, Prof. ')'011 rl..a. ,. Spring, Vt., slightly better In health.A .
too for them to come south. Probably Mr. Hathaway \V. Sharp, one of the most popular and Wanted, letter to tho AHVOCATK from the I

Later they warm will be on the East Coast by like Mi. Seaman*-.will bring his automobile hly-iespooted; professor at the John Coming to Tallahassee, Florida should north say that Mr. Knott hits been suf I

the millions. Fish, however seems to Ormond thin winter. n. Stetson University Deljind. This Information concerning the descendants not fall to stop at the St. Jainn Hotel from nervous vxhauton; but It I*
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plentiful and good catches" with line :Anybody who wishes new rubber tine picture he expected to have hung of Isaiah Vallean and Mary Mooie. for home and. comfort. Cheap rate and( hope that the complete rest he I III now '

and hook are continually !being made. tubes for their filter may have same by In the famous Corcoran Gallery, Wa h- Isaiah Valloan, born IT.'H: married In flratoc lallll fare having will bo of much benefit and that I I
ngton: where already a "Marine" of the he will" soon be enabled' to return to busi
Claude (i Walton :>1'. J. 17U1 dlfl,1171U.l
emitting 2cent. to Bergen: county, ----
FOR SALE VERY FINE rofesnnr'e III bung. We lent proud In .
10,000 Fla. : Address M. L. H. X., ness., Although "615 health I I.* Improved,
smooth Cayenne suckers at Chicago Titnsvllle, laving the btat4of Florida II.i> well rely EAST COAST ADVOCATE Olllce. AMONG THE HOTELS. lie doe not enema to recuperate All inlck- I '

pinery bt. Petersburg, Fla. resented In the national capital, for after ly all his phacl.ll1l1l1t1cll"IP"[ ''I '

CHAS. WFIIIWAN, Manager. Hclglaii I lure*. a residence of six years, we consider The ADVOCATE I I. now on file at all ---- ,

Prof. Sharp a Floridian. Pony Wanted. the best hotel In New York city. AVanttvl' to Hell,
True to name and rare stock. For -
For Sale. Wanted good l. gentle for Where to stop, In Tltuvllle See Tltuvllla -
a Kenrat
ale by II. b. WALKER, lie IUd flf Your Ills. pony A flrst-clas hotel at Tallahassee, Fla.;
Jacksonville, Fla. use. :State price etc. hotel and boarding house ads onour
Smooth Cayenne and Abbakka Pineapple 'itb one that U doing a llrst-cla biiluea,
Address "U.
plant Free from insects ,and Prof. J. D. MacBonnell, ol Little lilvr page. and a good( Investment for right man. .
disease. Address Stage and Ilall-ltoonl Dancing. will treat anyone of any disease, Cure ADVOCATE Titusvllle." The Barcelona Hotel', St. Augustine, The only reason for selling I Is that I am

"Lakeside Fineries" without knife, surgeon or medicine for will open IU doors for the season about a widow,, and wish to go out of bulnee.Mr .

C. B. TItOR TON, Orlando, Fla. Mr. C. Constantine, 1J.J7: Broadway, five dollars a month, by the Wcltmerreatmnnt. Fur Hale. the middle of November.It 1"". R. LAMB, .

New York, teaches the very latest European Prof. )MacDonnell. a grad- la said that J. A. Krsklne. formerlyof St. James Hotel Tallahassee, Fla.
Line. and American dances at moderate uate of the Weltmer College, of Nevada, A good gentle horse; ; : eleven :years 0..1. the remont Hotel 'Lakeland Fla., .
Clyde Steamship .rices. Catty, skirt reels jigs charaoer )lo., and has. now a hundred patients with wagon and a good ',.unellil. For will manage the Almeria, Hotel, Tampa. THE BIG DRUG STORE," H rWey .
steps song and dance, skits, and all long the East Coast. Under this treatment sale' cheap, if taken at once. At Oslo, Pharmacy BAy and Ocean Streets, Jacksonville
the Clyde ,
Ticket and reservations via national dances taught. Stage! dancing Prof. MacUoonell will treat: and VIa. Apply to Mr. J. I*. Price, one of the popular Fla. l o not forget the ad-
Steamship Line can be secured of Cha HOVBLUKCI. sod genial of the Mount I'leait- drell. Geo. Hugh**' old and reliable
and ballet of every description. Write absolutely guarantee to cure any disease L. If. : manager / e
H. Walton. at the ADVOCATE.. : office, TltusTllle. him at the above address. with which humanity Is afflicted. Leraop City, Fla. ant house, %5 bite Mountains, X. If. baa. drug business.fJ .







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1\\! ?I j 1 ,'\!; EDUCATIONAL BALLOT. PRIMARY-ELECTION. AUTUMN DAYS-IN MONTANA. ON ,, I \ Dig'' :: : : :".: ..:t.d.a Onion: Seed..


t In compliance with the action of the GREAT FALLS, MOST., Oct. 20,1000.
I I The model of the general election ballot State Democratlo Executive Committee, Editor Eat Count Advocate : I Genuine Imported Tennerlffe stock(no cheap California seed). Beat of tee
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,.'I, printed below does not purport to bean August 24, 1MK! the Democratic Committee tlmoDlala from large planters. White and Red 20o! per ounce, $3 per lb.,
official ballot, but merely a model[ of Brevard county calls this primary "The melancholy days have come, the The warning postpaid, ready October lilt Onion Set, Bermuda, ready now. White

containing all the candidates from which, for November 6, 1000! for the purpose saddest of the year, cough is the faith and Red :X:>o quart postpaid $...7 $ per bnahel. Also White Potato, Yellow,
I the voter may familiarize himself with of voting for such matters as are Of walling winds and naked woods aDd ful sentinel. It tells Egyptian; Top, bllverskln and Red, send for prices. Florida Rye, *:2.-10 per
the form of the ballot and the candidatesof I set. forth. upon the following ballot, whichIs meadows brown and sear; bushel. Georgia nye, *1.50 per bushel. Florida 00 day Oats tlOcta per
of hU choice. Thoso mal ked by a I). are.I published for the benefit of such Heaped In the hollows of the grove, the 1, of the approach of bushel. Texas!' Rust Proof Oats, COcts per bU8heLconsumption

t the Democratic nominees; Pro., Prohibition white Democratic voters who are duly autumn leaves lie dead. Send for Ice list of all kinds of needs.
; 8. n.I /Social Democrat; It., Republican qualified to vote therefor, to familiarize They rustle to the eddying gust and to which has killed pi
p ; P. P., People's Party. themselves with the form. the rabbits L. CAMERON. Beadsman
ql Make a cross mark (XI\ before the candidate Make mark X before the more people
I of your choice (on the left. of the I name of the'candidate a cross of(your) choice. This Is a. very good description of 'tbe \ than war and 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

names as Indicated by the party abbreviations present autumn weather, only It flatters pestilence i com --- 0>'- -----_ -

+ below): Vote for one. the condition a little. It says nothIng bined. It tells GEORGE upIAR& -JOHN MARX

Vote for four. For, State Capital: about the mud-the everlasting/ of painful

"i "*>r Electors of President and Vice- JACKSONVILLE.ST. omnipresent, ubiquitous mud; the deep, cheats, sore j .A..JIEit :B <>S.
AUOU 'f1NET.f.LAIIASSEE. .
President. of the United /States: slippery, slimy, sticky mud that Is char I lungs weak 9

I> JOHXS. BEARD. OCA LA. acterlstlo of this corner of the world. throats, bronchitis Wholesale Dealers In
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D WILLIAM II. ELLIS.
,a D 8. J. 1JIL UJtN, But, of course, poets only write of the ; and pneuGROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE...'
,, D !or. 1.. WILLIAMS. Vote for one. pleasant side of things; and mud, the monia. ,
For General .
Adjutant :
\ Pro JOHN C. J>EI>PICR. kind one l sees now, Is not pleasant. suffer another
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Pro AMASA R. MOORE.I PATRICK HOUSTON, It Is bad enough, to look outof the day. It's useless, 131 and 133 East Hay Street and 6 and SNewnan' Street,
Pro FRANCIS: TKUKBLOOD.
I Pro C. II. NASH.8I Vote for one. window, and see the cloudy sky, covering for there's a JACKSONVILLE

I ) ERNEST UNTERMANN. For State Cii .>ust!! : what bright miles the sun sees fit to prompt and safe

8 D WILLIAM P. NEELI). RUFUS E. ROSE. shed upon the unhappy creatures of cure. It is ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
S D EDWIN O. SMITH.
earth at this time of year, but, in. addition ,
8 D W. P. REEIJ. Vote for one.

R FREDERICK IT. WILSON1. For tllate's, Attorney, Seventh Judicial to that gloomy aspect, the ]lawn are E J! We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pea:

R PETER II. DAVIDSON.R Circuit of Florida: all brown and shaggy, with what little guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want

J<:I>W ARi) C. WEEKS.R J. D. BEGGS. green there is left blackened by frost;; .A.fi your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.

CHARLES F. DUPONT. JOHN C. JONES. the lifeless, limbered vines,hanging from '
P P W. 8. WEEKS.P e..r MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.
their trellises. ; and the trees that were We Dealers
P M. G. CAHLTON. Vote for one in each District. KIT" only B.11t. .
P P Wr J. FOLKS.P For County Commissioner, First so friendly In the hot days of summer,
P THOMAS N. BELL. District: bending and swaying their skeleton-like PQtoraI-: I

Note for one. ,J. MENDEL. branches almost entirely divested of

For Representative In the Fifty-Sev G. B. GARDNER. leaves, or at best with only a few shriveled which cures fresh colds

a enth Congress District, from of the Florida Second:; Con. C. II. NAUMAN. and stragllng ones that the wind and coughs in a single John B. Stetson University

gressional : Second District; : had failed to loosen from their moorings. night and masters chronic
1> ROBERT ,W. DAVIS-
J. It. WALKER.
R JOHN CHENEY. Even the "sear, the yellow leaf," Is not coughs and bronchitis ina
Third District: found In the hollows the FLORIDA.
; "eddying short time. Consumption DELAND,
Vote for one. WM. II. SHARPE. is factor In the .
0 gust" too prominent a is surely and certainly
for Governor: J. R. M10'P.Fourth .
make-up of a Montana autumn It usually and
1> WM. S. JENNINGS. District: prevented, .
,< I K MATTHEW II. MACFARI.ANE. It. A. CONK LING.1C. takes them flying far beyond the cured, too, if taken in r .tiarscrNllalt

P P A. M. MOUTON. A. IIAKDEE. : Inviting little hollows and nooks close f R

Vote for( one. Fifth District: by the roots of some giant tree, where time.A 2Sc. bottle for a fresh r'

i For Justice of Supreme Court: J. N. WALLER. they might otnerwlso peacefully await cold; SOc size for older
J. }<'. HELL.Vote the coming of the beauty-loving school colds lsizeforchroniccoughsandconsumption
D FRANCIS D. CARTER. ; $1
It HENRY C. OOODKLL. for one. children to gather and board them for ;r ,G lei 4' frI

For Supervisor of Registration: winter playhouses, as the older folks fclwnvs keep a bottle of Avery t 1 ,I Nyt r
Vote for one. T. J. COCKSHUTT. used to do In the far east In their childhood Cherry J' ,.tom on tmml. Then '
for Secretary of Stato: very time I get cold I take a little G
W. S. NOR WOOD. dayll.Autumn. of It aud X am tatter at oure"
D, JOHN L. CRAWFORD.
JAMES U Hnotion ,
leaves iu this climate are not
K GEORGE W. ALLKN. .Vote for one. Oct. 10,1808. El l'ato'Texas. '
For Fish and Game WArden; very pretentious; they are usually frostbitten .
Vote for Writ* tlie Doctor. If yon liirve Any I
one.
before they have time to change :
A. A. FORD. rotnitlMlnr I whatever nn For Attorney-General: T. A. ROUINSON. from green to the much-talked-of autumn "It fre"I m"dl..t".I"lce.. Addrn.aDnJ.C.ArxaLoy.l4Mass.write the Doctor
n w. n. LA:MAR.R ;" ,
FREDERICK CJUD ERr.Y. Vote "For" or "Against." tints. For Doth' Sexes. This Scholastic Year Began
And where are the flowers, the fair, '
Vote for one. For Constitutional Convention. young /flowers. that bloom In the garden October 3rd. Send for Catalogue,
1 &For Comptroller: Against Constitutional Convention. .. _
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I> W. II. REYNOLDS. all summer? They have shared the same College, Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodious

It JOHN W POWELL. INSPECTORS AND CLERKS.The fate and gone. :Not even a fall flower U FILTER YOUR WATER Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc., in-
left the
I to recall days gone byscarcelyS '
Vote for one. pansy or an aster. suilng perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 22

for State Treasurer: act Innpeotors following have and clerks been appointed at the election to- The robin and the wren have flown, AND AVOID DANGER trained and experienced teachers. Sjnd.tor Catalogue' containing full information
I> JAMES B. WHITPIELD.It .
to be held November II I, WOO): and have the lte'JRei; they Lave flown *
so _
WALTER (G. ROBINSON./ ; "= ==''''''' 'C=---'' Addl' ii8. J. F. FORBES, President.
Precinct No 1-L A Coleman. F A In great flocks southward, which is a .. = .
No Store Hotel Boarding House or Res- -- u. -- --
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1 Vote for'one.. Stratum, Harry Roberts, T A Johnson,, sure sign of bad weather. -

Fur Supt. of Public Instruction: jr, clerk. idence should be witnout the
I> W. N. 8 HE ATS. Precinct No 2-J C Jones, O F Duiou, But to return; It Is depressing enoughto AntlH.. A. He D-G ES....

R GEORGE W. HOLMES. Gee W bcobl/ A Cleveland. clerk look through the window upon such Germ Water Filter. Manufactures of
Precinct No 3-J D !Hatter, J P Saw- gloomy scene without being confrontedwith
telle, Wm E Fabor, B F Beal clerk.
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Vote for and Yellow Pine Lumber.
trorCommisalonerof one. Agriculture: Pieclnct No 4-II S: Williams, Fred a vast expanse of mud, which insolently ...Cypress ..

D BENJAMIN E. McLIN. Fisher, ..1Z Dixon\ : E P Porcher clerk. adds Insult to Injury. ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Friilt and Vegetable Crates.
Precinct No 5-1J J Stewart, W J Nes-. This Is sort of I
a half-way season-a shedding their
R OTTO C. UUl'TEKWICK. I Any one contemplating pineapples or oranges or building In
I bitt, W IIII Gleason, Goo F Paddisou, go-between that connects summer with i.y part of Florida, would do well to write for prier s. The saw mills are located

Vote for one. clerk. autumn Nothing is nettled; the summer at Buffalo Bluff, near Pal.itka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
For Railroad Commissioner: Precinct No 0-S F Wlbhs, A Goode, i part of tbe East Coast. Address: II. A. IIODOEb::, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
L A Peek, C I V! Campbell, cleik. fad hove passed away to their final

R I) LAMBERT JOHN I. SIOROAN.\ M. WAitE. Precinct No 7-Geo Washbnrne, II C resting place, aud the winter ones have __hn __ .... .. .. __ ._ ..n __ __ _
Yowell F M Foirest' E Svcdollns 't"
clerk. not arrived. All(, plans for"winter} amusement ESTABLISH 18 o.
Vote for Precinct No 8-W C Braddock' sr, V
one.
Forster II B Howard B F are In embryo, and na a result
I Hardesty,
; I Cor Senator, Thirteenth Senatorial
District: clerk. there is nothing to do by way of entertaining df :Bond Lumber

N. I Precinct No n-A C Dittmar, C F Olm- one's self. No wonder. It Is i Cor:
D DIMICK.
E. stead, J T (Bell, A M Sample, clerk.
spoken of as the saddest season of the
Vote for one. Precinct No,10-T V Moore C A Robinson Manufacturer of and Dealers In

For Member oriloiiHe of Representatives II W Richards, T J DeSteubon, yearl I Water being clear aod sparkling is no I

Brevard County: clerk. But there are Interesting things that >roof it Is pure. Well orcistein water LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
D K. II. RAULERSON. Precinct No 11-G W Drawdy, SA fit the present season, If one only cares hat Is full of typhoid I fever and nmlarl.tl ,
Hair M W Sloan
KnljhtVm clerk. for those things. One can read exhaus- germs may be perfectly clear. .
Vote for 01 e. Precinct No U"'F C Poppoli;, G Roberts Is your drinking or cooking,: water Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Hawed Orange
For Clerk Circuit Court: L 11 Dawson, Wra Reams, clerk tive accounts of football, for the college' muddy or cloudy? Readily cleanse It and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.
Precinct No 13: -Frit* Uhlrlcli Peter teams are now being formed and in trainIng -
from all Blind
I) A. A. STEWART.Veto earth Insects or slime.Is Saw, Planing and Shingle/ Mills\ at Bonds } Yards at
Wlttfeld, A Chambers, A It Carter clerk: II for later triumphs. Polo matches the water you use bad smelling or DeLand and Titusville.'Y

for one. Precinct No 14-Geo W Schuyler, W II are watched with Intense Interest wherI ,........'. ? .1... It.. tau much trouble t.n. -otAdn.-....
For County Judge: R Sanders, Jaliiia Lapham, M :8:: Santa, nut the cistern or well as often as should ----T \
3 ,, I) A. D. PENNEY. clerk. II polo is played, and cricket comes In for be'? Is the drainage from IKMISP, stable
tl Precinct No 15: -N N Penny, WEll Its sharu of attention. Golf Is In its I or privy dangerously near your water FOR $ 3 2 0

Vote for one. Chandler, J II Hogan, J T Hood, clerk. II glory now, for It is cool enough to make supply, so as to make you anxious? w w w w w .
For Sheriff: Precinct No 1(1( J W OrlBIs Wm Wat-
r turn on the links particularly exhilarat Have you had typhoid or moist lu jour Sent to us by Express, postofflce order or New York Exchange we will
D J. P. BROWN. ton, L A Taylor, E II Nauman, clerk. I : family lately and realized that the water, send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID ,
Precinct No ID W L Frantz L El- [ I ,
S ing.And used may bw refponnlble for It? Then
Vote for one. dred, W E $IegerVm II Tancre, clerk. even here, the transition Is not get: a LITTLE BROWN JUG FILTEKnt \ FOUR FULL QUARTS
For County Superintendent Public II
Instruction Precinct No )-Peter Bertlesen, J M 4 devoid of at least one element of conso I Its low popular price, and you are
: Herndon, W It Walker, L Jorgensen, sufe. It.will remove all linpuiities.B3r .
D It. E. MIMS. clerk. I 1a.t1on-lta bright hopes ot more pleasant Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old

Precinct No 20-J N Chalker, S A Os- future. Indian summer will soon be They are very cheap, and will last _
Vote for one. A lite-time. When writing for Information
For County Surveyor: teen, It 11 Stewart, J N Verner, clerk. I here, with Its hazy skies and floating please Stompose All ordeis Calhoun I Pure Rye Whiskey
Precinct No 21-S P Christiansen J M
cobwebs and Montana Indian
D J. O. FRIES. I summers muss be accompanied by cash
Orrell, II Larson, A Christiansen, clerk. -
Precinct No 22-E C Walker T ire I Ideal and lasting. TRICEA: Large ones, f,1.00 each; amaH
Vote for one. S We ship In PLAIN PACKAGES: nn marks to Indicate content (whlrh will amid' nil com
For Prosecuting Attorney: I J hee, W 11 Wlgfleld F O GIfford, TITLA V. CRAIoI. ;j.00: each. ment.) When you 11 get 'It and teat It '' 'It 'I." nht satinfaotory, return It at OUR EXPENSE- amt
I) J. E. clerk. For' full particulars apply to the agent, your 13lIle\ cheerfully\ refunied. Thin Whiskey l Is an coo.1: as any 00 In the market.
ANDREWS. We aroclnni. at hand and can give voit QUICKER lifel. I\7lfuv ..,?_ .r-l---15 C":? __ L__I
CLAUDE WALTON Titusville Fin.Tltusvllle Teen, ,dnlnghnelnens, ;-t this; cot'.;i<(at tbVftaine'iitanirfoY; ;;. ; overto*YEARS distant, and' '"as'' ta' our W e RESW:
AND
THE STARS STRIPES.The ,
Vote for one. J() oTthia D REPUTATION for hoo.... dealing, we' refer you to any merchant here or to
For Tax Assessor: PUKE BLOOD and SKIN CURK the editor paper.

D 'J. F. WOOTEN American flag was designed by Laundry.blrs. SOLOMON A: LEVI,
An Offer Faith.
Proving -
Vote for one. Ulcers, eating sores, cancers, scrofula General Washington, in May, 177(1.( It For Tax Collector: Itching skin, scabs and scales. of eczema, had 13 stripes, seven of red and six of prepared to do laundry work of every P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

D E.V, HALL. aches and pain In bones, back or joints white, and In the upper corner a blue I description. All work guaranteed. NOTIC'EI-We pay Exprefs: Charges tn 1" points' reached. bv "BOUTRERN EXPRESS COMl"lttoPont -
Vote ttr ooe.p syphilitic blood poison, rotten gums a.nlohronlo field containing 13 stars. It was made Leave your washing at O. F. I>uren'pcorner PANY;' | ..on. lines of other Express: Coni|"",nle we prepay only to point where
rheumatism, and all obstinate store, upnosite ADVOOATK ottire. Southern Express Company transfers to aid other Express Company.
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For Treasurer: by Mrs. Betsy Rossof Philadelphia who
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deep-seated are quickly
i D F, II. BOLE. adopted Washington's own English coat-
cured by taking A few large!: bottles of
Vote for three. -- Botorlc Blood Calm. We challenge the of-arms-tbe stars and stripes-used by NERVITA PILLS ,o = AS. IB 3Lj '"C"tNa:: > :: 4L C .O.fit ,

For Members of the Board of Public world for a case of' blood disease that bill ancestors for many generations In Ret Lost ; 510W. n..lIt., JACKSONVILLE .. 'FLA.
Ion Vitality, Vigor sad Manhood
Blood Balm
Instructions Uotonlo will not cure. The I the ,
England. To-day, over Washingtonold
D J. M.'DIXON. cures are permanent and not a patchingup. Cure Im potency. Night EmlMlons': ( ,Lou of Mam.orr .
Is blood thin? Skin ? All manor house at Sulgrave, In North all wanting dlsewa
I) R. N. ANDREWS. your pale all effocta of self-abuse or
D C. p. PLATTS. run down? As tired In the morning as amptonshire, England, may be seen two excels and liuliicntloa. 6 0

when you went to bed? Pimples? Bolls? shields, one of which Is In a perfect state blood rv tonlo *nd PILLS
Then follows\ Justice of the Pence and Swollen gland Catarrh I bulldsr.
or joints Putrid pale
of preservation, and has carved upon it' the pink clow to
Constable for each district In the County.In breath? Eruptions? Sores In mouth cheek and restore the 50
voting for thexu each voter writes the or throat? If so, your blood Is bad. the stars and stripes, as adopted by 1 i fire of youth. Bf nail CTS. 4l

name of the candidate of his choice on Blood Balm will make the blood pure Washington, and suggested by Mrs.Ross. $3,,BO_,with ISOo our per bankable box. 6 boxe guarantee for to_oure '

the blank line for that purpose; that and rich, heal every sore, stop the aches This flag/ was not adopted by the Congrew ( or refund the money peJd, bend for circular !
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make a cro" mart (\) cm Iho "Ifft of the and pains, build up the- broken-down the and l e VT of our bankable guarantee bond. tI
until June 14, 1711, when Amer-I' _
nOrm body, and ln ljforatt'. the old and weak. fUR STRENGTH
Make' a cross mark ((1)) on the left of Botonio Blood B.ilm, the only perfect loan flag was !flung as a new constellationto NervitaTabletsCfKLLOW

the word "Yes" or "No"-as your blood purltier! made. Sold at drug stores. the world. The stripes have never in-1, L4..... (Immediate Remits

choice may 'be-in voting on the Constitutional $1.00 per huge, bottle, tncludlngcomplete creased number, but the tars, each Positively guaranteed enr for lion of Power r
Amendments. directions. To prove our faith In Blood State have Increased) to f Varieoeel Undeveloped. or Shrunken Onrana ,
We want. to call particular attention to Balm, a trial bottle Is given away to suf representing a \ Parcels! Locomotor Atazin, Nervous Prostration. .
the number of 43. Each of the States In Brttoria Fits, Pareyrte.nd the
In..nltr.a
the fact that the general election ballotto ferers. For frets trial bottle, address iobaeeopg:
Keralt* of Exee.etve Use of : tom or
i be voted will DOt! have the names of Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Don't the Union has a flag of Its own, emblaz Liquor. By mail In plain packers. $l.OO a
1 the candidate In the order given above, hesitate, but write at once describing oned with the arms of the State; this1flag,1s bog e bona a.OO with our bankable -narats -
be In medical to cor la SO days or refund
but will given alphabetical order. trouble, and free personal advice AddreeaNERVITA
carried by the militia or In money peJd.
Instead of the ticket having the four given. Blood Balm (B. B. U.) cures parades
.democratic; presidential nominees at the when all else fails. Thoroughly tested tide by side with the National standard. !I MEDICAL CO.

head, their names will appear In alphabetical for ::10> years. Over 3,000 voluntary testimonials Clinton A Jackson St*, CHICAGO, ILL.

order among the nominee of the of cures using B. B. B. Sold by Little Brown Jug Water Filters f:1.00' For Sale by D. R. WILSON Son, drug- Four Full
ether political parties. B. It. Wilson &: Son, druggists 22june01a : and >1.00: Claude Walton, agent. t gist, Titusville, Fla. ', Quarts Delivered for $3.20.







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Questions MUSKMELONS. IS NOT r

EO. M. BOBBINS, CANCER
G \Vh.n to Pick Tfcun 1V>itk..r Conditions i
sad .....u Hlp.*tlnB.

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR fer There seems to Ix no general rule for Jl N CUb B LIE

AT-LAW. I the best time to pick muskmelons applicable Time "was, wnen Cancer wa considered as incurable an leprosvFhysicnus .

swill practice In State and United State to all varieties, To allow themto and could give little relief or encouragement! to
: Court. ripen or turn ;yellow upon the vines one afflicted with this terrible disease. Kveu now doctor! know of no remedy for this f"Rrfu11lll&lnaly ; while admitting it to Ia tx
WOBm1flJn usually results In a !loss of the fine blood disease they still insist that there i is no hor)* outside of a surgical operation and ail vise you to have the Cancer cut out,
Office at TITUS-VILLB, FLA. but at the nine time cannot assure you that it will not "'turn.'ou may rut or draw out the !sure but another will come in
of the
flavor slid desirable texture its place for the disease i..* in the blood-is deep-seated and destructive, and beyond the reach! of tim Burgeon's knife ot

OAULDEX flesh. With most of the smaller or caustic flesh-destroying plasters. The blood must be purified and strengthened, the system relieved of all poisonous, effete
D.L. If yon were offered sure aid in tins Gem type and many of the medium matter before the Cancer sure will lies!.

ATTORXET-AT-LAW of trouble would you put it anldd class' as noon ax the melon begins to S. S. S. it the only medicine that can overcome this powerful and contaminating{ poison and force it out of the 1 blood. It I

and accept something of doubtful ripen it cracks about the stem more or builds up and invijrorntea the old, and supplies new, rich, life-giving blood.\ S, S. S. i.. a purely vegrtuhle remedy no uineral
Will JTlorlda practice In all the Court of the State efficiency? less. As soon as this takes place and can be found in it ; the roots and herbs from which it is made commit powerful purifying properties that Ret directly upon I
ot 1. ,and tba United States Court It you saw before yon a strong and the fruit conies off easily, leaving the the blood 1 s..stemalldlllllkeallareRIUI permanent cure of Cancer It 1 has cured .s, why not you ?
O Box,J35. TITUSVILLE, FLA. safe bridge leading toyour goal would stem behind, the fruit should be gathered Cancer is not always inherited your family\ may be free from any taint yet your blood nmbecome so |polluted that a severe I
Money to Loan. 1/ you ignore it to try some insecure and and stubborn form of the discus-\ may
and put In a cool place or sent to
tottering structure? impure' Blood Invites sore or ulcer 011 your tongue I
: aof
GOLDSMITH, The answer to these, questions Is market. This cracking about the stem Di&easc.or tithepertfront y our body ; a slight: !>rull'.
M. plain. You would, of course" choose la very noticeable witb'BOlDe varieties\ hurt, a little pimple on the eyelid, lip i ior
without hesitation, what nil evidence from their excreting a few drops of nose, a small lump on the jaw or breast a harmless lnoklng wart or mole and other CHUN*.* Ik' insignificant. n< to attract
A:T R -AT-LAW, showed to ho the safe thing and you bright red or salmon colored juice. little or no attention If you have an obstinate sore, don't rely upon .salves or ointment to cure -begin with S. S. S. I
would risk nothing iu useless expert In some of the larger varieties tho at once ; it will cleanse your 1 blood and prevent the formation of cancerous\ cell

TITUSVILLE, FI.OUIBA m..nts.'Vh.V. atom does not from the fruit Mm K. Shirer, trfi I'tiitn. ]Ma, writes : A ."' ''111> tit'lerenie. on mv Jnw smut one Inch below' the
then do some women risk, one separate rer on the left lid..of ntv rice At first It Nave the .. roll ,I... unit I did not rhlnk', it WHH uivl, hlnaertotu! I
...
or else: when It does.' It leaves too largea until the 1xwrwtaatoweIl.ndiwteineititicrllllitnlned.: | Al the Mtme time the. nor*bruittt: to iipirail, \ unit ':, '
: J. WEBB of their luont precious posspsmons- hole In the rind. In such canon it la eel into the. flrMh. and lOIn mv Imentf 1.1.. I tried everything oottM, he,r of. hut nuthlnic tlul "ins any j
F. their: health-in trying medicines of | io.l. t thru IVTHHII", the line of S H.' H' and after InkliiK ..v..r.1 l l .lll<-. the Cancer hrnlr.l, and there t
a unknown value which may even prove best to cut tho stem, leaving the lower If uow no.4t, of the .11......... Thin wee two yearn ego, and I.", Mill enjoying perfect| hmllh" S S

ATTORNEY-AT-LAIN, hurtful 1o them? portion attached to the fruit. Perhapsthe Send for our special book on Cancer ; it contains much information that will Interest

Will Lydia U. PinlthnmS Vegetable; Compound most desirable' method of telling you ; it ill free. .."
practice In the Courts of the 7th '
Circuit. has stood the test of :years It when these turner melons arc ripe !s to Write our pliymciunH about your erase, and for any advice Infonnntioit wanted they
and rents Taxes and paid for collected.non-residents has tIe largest, sale if any reim-lv, for watch carefully for the first signs or have Mite a life study of Cancer and all blood diBeii.staV'e make no charge whatever -

accounts female ills in the world, and nothing yellowing which usually _i>i>oiir ttrst for this, Address, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA. GA.
TITUSVILLE could have It this sale Ha. --.- .. --'- .
FKORIDA given except --- -- -- -- --- -
In the middle portion of tho fruit. As

own Do merit.not try experiments,but 1 buy soon ns these: traces of yellow are seen RAPE CULTURE.
any
A.D.. PENNEY, what is known to be reliable. Mrs.riiikliam's the melons should be picked. What is this Man Good For?

Compound can do all that Tho conditions of the weather have DKKLNIAK SPRINtS, FI.A., Oct :I0! 1IKX) .
RNEV-AT-LAW, Is claimed for it, and all statements in much to do with the fruit ripening
regard to it can be easily verified. On hot days fruit ripens very quickly, Kilttor; Kant Count Ailrwatt/ :

TlTU8VII.rlt, Fl.OKIDA Write to Mrs. Pinkhain at Lynn, Mass.. and It la often ndvlxable<< to make two The success of the Indivliluul filmier ;- As He Is-NOTHING !
for a little book she has just! publiohedcontaining
Will practice mall\ the courts of the 7th : letters from the mayor of pickings--one: early In the oool portion depends largely on the manner of lotit- 4
In the after. t As He be-MUCH
and 1
of the morning Hgaln, might !
Judicial Circuit. Lynn, tli. postmaster IIncl olhf'rll. ting/ "I'lIi'Il; and growing them nt I lieproper
'M rinkham's advice In uttered free noon. An experienced person' can UM\I
rs. limo, to the end\ that lie nmy get
of charge to all women vho'Svrlte, to ally Judge l hy the general nppcnram-o ( He lit n nervous -wreck.: Ills life I.
A. MORGAN, her for aid. This Invltntlou is constantly and l sense of smell of the fruit. Even the most, out of tho land" at the 'leant! out- a burden to himself, and hU. presence

FREDERICK renewed. A million women with the snntll Gem melons, with a ay of time andmoney.Generally a dread to hit family and friends).

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE have l'cencur'dofllerlnus female lllsby little experience. ont can pick out tho ptiaklng, there 114 a 1"11 lod Ills irritability U ruining
]Mrs.\ 1'iukhiim'a advice and medicine. rpe'! melons without looking/ at tho In the late full\ or early winter whellIlI'el'n f'' his business, and his constantly -
Public. Increasing! ; miseries,
Notary
r,
Throo Letters from Once characteristic! 1I.']>nrntious about the teed Is Bomonhut scarce, and any real and imaginary are 1

Collections, Typewriting, Stenography Woman Showing How stem end. With the dark skinned vn ono wi I stuck to entry through the winter driving/ him into the

TlTU8Vir.LE, 1<',.A. rletlpH It In perhaps more difllcult, hilt 'finds It very convenient.'to have a grnvc. This unhappy
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable even here the general remarks nlrt'tidy] a man in only one of
thl uirlod Calves
rape CHIp at | to turn to.
Compound Cured made apply equally well.-II' Wllltau n million In America.If .
A. WOKLEV newly weaned find an excellent
GEO. Itane, New Hampshire. rape there were no relief
Falling of tho Wombs suliHtltuto for a short tlmo for the milk for their con

ATTO RNET-AT-LAW. "TKAitMRS.: PrNRtiAM see your To wrap a Fraeh. they have been used to, and 1 It IM an dltion they might Indeed .

General practice In State and Federal advertisement In the papers regard'' An English. ;( horticultural journal svgtouts agreeable break between a milk and a pray for death.

Courts. All business entrusted will to treating woman's di.soii.ses, and ( the following plan, of wrappinga dry feed ration. Hogs In process 01 its Hut morbid Nervousness horrors and)
receive prompt attention. would! be grateful to you for your advice peach: It would first )put the' fruit. vanishing before
sometimes little oil their are
fattening
get
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate' in case. I am suffering from
my In the center of a square piece of tissue the marveloua work
Miami. falling of womb have pains in my feed. If there Is n rapo patch convenient
paper, then bringing the corners: up as of advanced science
MIAMI, t FLORIPA. sides and legs! in fart I ache all ov.r. shown In the second figure and then to turn them In for an hour or so every;

on I am my getting feet much.so weak I have I cannot the headache stand twisting them Into the form of a screw second day for a week, It will completely P. P. P.I''

T JAMES ANDREWS, sometimes and"a, choking, tight with"tlte band, as shown. Then I It rentoio their appetites.It --, a ... i

f'ellnR' in my breast and throat. Havea would put n layer of wadding over the Is uu excellent chicken feed chopped, (Lippman'. Great Remedy) overcomes at once the acute .ymptom. of

ATTORNEYATLAW.Main baby seven months old. I hope to and mixed with bran or shorts, In every form of Nervous Derangement, and noon makes the patient robust Ii
office and P. O:, TJUKALS, FLA. hear from you soon, as I am in mo up ; and ambitious. P. P. P. Is the-best combination of green roots and

Office open at Ft. Pierce .on :end: and 4th much distress."-MH*. J. It. COMPTON, fact, as a convenient, all-around crop barks that was ever put together for the cure of Weakne., General I

Fridays of each month. Eggbornmvllle, Va., May 16, 1898.\ IfWRAPPING at the I latter, end of the season, 1 don' Debility and Nervousness. It is a good tonic and the best Blood Purifier
know of anything like It for general In the world. P. P. P. Is Nature's specific. : for Rheumatism, DyspepsU.
Notary Public State at Large. "DKAH MBS. PlNKHAM followedyour Catarrh, Malaria and all forms of Blood Poison and Scrofula, whetherIn
advice and I am now on the second utility.A i
adults children.
or
E. FOSTER, bottle and.I of think your it is Vegetable going! to Compound ours- rape crop does best to follow A root P. P. P. is sojd. by all druggsts-r! a bottle { nix bottles, $3. .. .
STEPHEN me. If it does I will ever praise it, A PEACH. crop inch as turnips or potatoes. If the Lippman Brothers, PROMOAN'IIU! Savannah, daj< t''

A TTOHNEY- T-LA W, for I am, and have b..mo. great sufferer bottom of the<< box with strips to IIL'O sweet potatoes ure'dngIn 1 October, rape -.

; but now I live in hopes ofgetting around each fruit. The fruit Is to bellttl' Is an excellent crop to follow up with,
Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner\ --
Building, well." MRS. J. It. COMIT.ON:
entirely by the twist of paper,
as the digging of the potatoes! puts tho .. .
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Eggbornsvllle, Va., July 13, 181)8.! so that It cannot be pinched or bruised ; 1 q

DEAR MRS PisKiiAM-l-Agaln I with the 11I11I
SAMUEL T. SHAY LOU, qounox R. KROOMBQUAYLOR write to you. When I first wrote toyou the fruit can be exposed" wIthout It Is a crop that really belong to a cool

& BROOME, for advice In regard to my troubles touching It-a most desirable thing climate, hence, tie, reason of Its success It I. bad for your digestion, M .v.rjr sufferer from ohllls and fever. knows.JOHNSON'S .

I thought I could never get well again.!' with tender fruits that have been kept In thin latitude ns a winter crop. II
letter I followed CHILL & FEVER TONIC
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. After receiving your [In cold storage. While difference of will make very rapidly, as In thirtyliveto .
advice exactly, and thanks to
your opinion exists as to tho prolltableucs forty-five days from sowing the seed Iia hundred times hatter, end dose III a.Inili. day l Unit which slow and once
cured of that dreadful
I .
Will practice in all the Courts of the you, am tutu qulninxddurnotdoiiitan. It nctnlTy itliiiiilnum tlm Mver nuil Klilnny* l l.o
State. Office In Law Exchange. disease. 1 cannot find words to express of wrapping) ) fruit still the practice It U reAdy for grazing, and the aloe I IU It that limy In their duty, end It purees tlm pntlHiit. hnyouil the danger fiolut,
: I the good your medicine will do. seems on the Increase. but for short In A hey; uliniiu| tnkn.>nt luiwt tail Uuyi. It cures ol.llimt. cruse of Lever
grazed ( only poilod at n
.JACKSONVILLE, w FLA.F St is really more than was recommended that quinine never ourii
to me."-.Mns. J. K. COMHTON, Cattlnu the Lawn Too Close. time) the better It grown. It likes good,
It Costs COo. If It Cures Not Ono Cont If It Ooos Not.
W. CRAVEN, Kggbornsville, Va., April 12, 1800. Commenting upon the mistake which heavy land l, but of a sandy nature; our ;

many people make In cutting their beat class, of pine lands all through the
a Two Woman Cured of Irregularity NOTHING ELSE NEEDED IN FEVERS.A. .
DENTIST. lawns too closely an exchange says: !South: are well adapted for It. It Is n

Castle Falling of tho Frequent clipping Is nil very well and voracious fonder, tend m UNto be well fertilized CIRARDEAU, SAVANNAH, CA. '
Hall, Ill West Forsyth Street. close and .
Uterus and Ovarian promotes a even growth but --- -- ---- -
to do IU best. The fertilizer bi'Hladapted
JACKSONVILLE FLOUIDA. whoa you chop off nearly the entire _. .
,
Trouble to this crop should\ analyse six ---- --- -------- -- -
leaf system every week of even such
"DEAR MRS PtNRnAH-I have accommodating plants as the lawn per cent potash, and about three percent PA1SLO DY THE SEA LIVERY. ,

GEORGE W. ALLEN, female weakness. Menstruation irregular grasses a steady lowering of vitality ultiogen; about a thousand' pound
1
and I suffer bearing-down certainly ensues, and the death<< of per lucre Is none too much for It to do .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, pains in left side and hip. My doctor 'Ttiinouts all descriptions t SADDLE HOUSES,
maUl of the weaker Individuals will well with. Any fmmor, with plenty of :
aid 11111.<1 womb trouble and enlargement -
KEY WEST, FLORIDA of the ovaries. I have
Will practloe In the United States months, but see no Improvement." white clover [In the bare spots, as the by top dressing the land and plowing It I

and State Courts. Ojun05T -MJHS MARY E. KEKI, Swan Creek, roots of this neat little legume share under, In addition to the above fertilizer. TRAIL?' HAUUNO, Eta:
,
Ill. s, their excess of nitrogen with the

"DYARIRS.:! PIKRIIAM' Your good grasses, and set your lawn mower to ;There U something to stable mate SUIillKYS, Wm. WILKINSOX, '
O. C. E.
FRIES, advice has been worth morn than all I cut lit Its highest limit. A much better that suits rapn, but It will not do alone.

1 COUNTY SURVEYOR. eve received: from a doctor. Words turf will\ be maintained than If the surface In preparing' for thl. crop, It Is well to LAUD U'i' -4t Troprletor.,

cannot express my gratitude to you for bear Iu mind th.it the land be
la constantly skinned In the usual 91 list put
and subdivided.Mapping .
Land legally surveyed Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable: Com- VICTORIAS 4-" -- Pablo peach, Fla.
dooe. Estimates for manner. In good condition, and a thorough Heed ,
neatly .>*<
pound. Aftertwelvetyears'suffering'" I J.:.: . .
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed am stout healthy. -Miss MARY K.UEKI fffaadllaa Ap..... bed nmde for It. Home prefer to drill It -

a specialty. >, Swan Creek, 111.. April 28, 1891) The time seems to be at band when about thirty Inches apart. While this TJio Nation'sJJest f

TiTtJ8vir.Mc:, Bravard Co., FLOUIDA. D1'RIft"!: :! -. PINKHAM I suffer cold storage must come In general use Have some seed and would be fayoiabl. "San Mateo"M
.
female troubles.. My" doctor wishesmy I for all late varieties as the fruit comes for cultivation, It leaves too much land

N.S.. I1UUXIIAM, M. D. ovaries taken out but. I shall out so much brighter. Apples keep exposed to the \ynahlng rains of our win Cigar. : :
never consent. Menstruation is Irregular
better when barreled
tight as soon as
and head has tired ter soaion. Broadcasting the seed, using
my a feeling. l
picked. And here In New Jersey we ,
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, Hospital treatment does rn. no good. nboui four pounds to the acre, U really Jt nil 1
are la the,habit of gathering,too late I
Ear, Nose and Throat. 1 have old.five children Please advise and am what forty-four medicine for best results. l>... Hopkins' rule I be bent way, and If any time dining the Mueller. I

years that when the feeds color Is the period of Its growth U gets In need of
take.11 E. II.SOWDKRS ,
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.If to KII. 43T proper Why buy Imported[ cigars, male, from henry tro|>lcnl\ { tolmcuo, doctored with
N. 40th St., Philadelphia, September time to store may la the near future cultivation, a weeder run each way will
:37 1898."DEAR lie all says' opium and other drugs, when you von have this pure Klorliin), leaf at a live-cent
adopted t>y apple gnawers, rive It all that I I. neccesHary In that'llne.
search of
you are la bargains, .
read the ADVOCATE columns carefully. MBS. PINKHAM followedthe S New Jersey orcbardlst. There are one or two peculiarities price

advice yon gave me and your medicine about this crop that we must guard FREE BY MAIL TO ANY) : ...
has cured me. J; felt better when Horticultural 0r.vl
"HOW TO DO BUSINESS I had taken the Vegetable Compouad Great Britain la the best export mar against. One Is that If we sow too earl ADDRESS......j} iio 'of 60.. . . . . .11.75
but a week."-M_. t;. II. /SONDX./ .. ket for the apple, anti there In an Increasing It will run to seed In spite of all you canto :

OR Tee Philadelphia. Pa., February! S, 11100. demand for tho apple Iu the to prevent It. October Is time enough I a_ W__ ROW:_r.y_ _:_ r

Secret of Success in Retail Merchandising, Another Case of Nervous German empire. In this latitude. In feeding to milk cows I

-By OEO. N.McLEAX. The successful introduction Into California always feed It after they are milked. SAX MATKO, F/.A. :' I
Prostration and Inflammation
The Mont Comprehtmaiie, PraotlrnI and Valuable of the bluitophaga during the Ttls prevents the strong, cabagy' flavor "

treatise!><> It,ever on pablmhed.HiuinaM. sod How to Succwifully .*- of the Bladder past year by the department of agriculture It Is liable to Impart to the milk. Homes '

A text book of practical hints rule and examples Cured by Lydia E. Pink. greatly encourage the hope of and mules are very food of It, but they 1
\ of inch rare value that everyone, no nu fc- success In producing the true Smyrna If You Have Not ;
tar how old and experienced, cannot but deriveaiwolute ham's Vegetable Compound must not !get much of It, at a time, end I
and uonltiire value from Its tewihlnR*- n-.
while to the young novice It in a band book and always mix: with something else
The Ont International fruit competition
treamire of lmliii|>anable. value. It I. that will\ stand almost "
2H Grand Chapter*. ARonu Wanted. Full DRAB :Pol"... Pn HAM-I have used at the Paris exposition resulted In a crop any
Aunnt o ilflt, including the. tl book on receipt for female first prizes being awarded to the horticultural amount of cold weather, and ludden Found What You Want
or II. Hook sells 10 every. In all your Vegetable Compound
linen. I'iMtnAld< on receipt of f2.: Al.Ireee. weakness. and it has done wonders fat societies of Missouri Illlnol changes In temperature affects It but little .

JtFFKRSON: JACKSON. :- III. me. I also bad nervous prostration and New York ; but this[ Is when It has assumed It. H
Chlcaito.
3H:
Dearborn stress .
was not able to look after my house The best estimates Indicate that Cal- strong rampant condition, at the very For a Home, suppose you take a trip down and look at our

t-: As an advertising medium, no work. After taking one bottle began ifornia produced last year 110.OTJO.OGO nut It I I. very tender. It I II like all other and Garden hands
and better In Fruit the
to improve, am now every along c
papei on the East. Coast can beat the and feel like a differeat person. pounds of prunes. Of that crop 7000. crops, It must have the proper kind of
DvOO4TJ:. Give ns a trial advt, way 000 pounds are reported as still remain- 1
do It. best When It
-MRS. DKIXA KaIIIIaMarioDyWeI'L.: fertilizer to gets
CoastKor
and be convinced of the pink paper' Ing eo band, and preliminary estimates East
S3,1800. ,
February bis, It can readily take care of Itself d ur-
worth.
point to a crop for the present year of
"DKAJt )1... PL'fIR.u-I cannot bout 12S.tXX,000) ) pound log any cold spell that may come along;

Marriage Paper. ,UD ::.. enough praise for your the Vegetable good it ha Compound done me. By crossing the hardy orange with and tbat Is what we specially want on Ire flocking Injbut& ntlll there Is room. If you are

-t-1 1'11..d.from. Wealth-.t..rt..n, P tron.. Introdu.I &o .. -. I[ suffered from inflammation of the the common sweet orange Professor II. the southern farm, something that wean looking this way, drop a &line to

Ion rormal and 1'........... IM wen bladder.. 2 tried doctors but obtained J. WH>ber has obtained many promising depend upon, and rape fills the bill
-.t"'"..to ladle.. Sample Sept 24 At last I decided to write this' that i know ..... .' e9CiALME11CANT.I.deO11.Great .. no relief. I plants. It Is hoped In way tosecure the best of soy crop pf. ,
to you, and now thanks to your remedies varieties that are of flue quality C. K. McQOABKlE.
AUH. 8AMPLKNpl..of' 10( I am entirely cared."-MA*. K. S. and sufficiently hardy to greatly extend FLORIDA EAST.COAST R'Y,
Big
..llduTe..DcNa..papeftT GBADT 131 Union St., High Bridge, f ST. AUGUSTINE:: FLA.
m Maraitne* wet opon ranrtpt of Ma far the limit of practical orange growing. < -Do you filter your drinking water ,
-to Adv. Baruu. 14 St.CUlr St.. ..=-*> New York City, A.prll11)8 .








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i' f EAST COAST ADVOCATE THE LAST SHOT. This is to Merchants.
; .THE COOPER & McKEE> REFRIGERATORS.

Before the next Issue.of the AD

A WBCKLY JOdHUAt DKVOTRD TO TUB DBVBI VOCATE goes to press the hard And Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
Cruse T 0V THB IMDIAH H1VBH, L411i. ice '
The only first-class
Removalwill
WOBTH AKD BIMMVHB MAT SBOTIOKS. fought battle of Capital

have been decided in, favor of cheats and ""
PUBLISHED: BVKKY: FRIDAY. Jacksonville or Tallahassee. So refrigerators I We do a strictly wholesale business. Our prices are right as we study

far as St. Augustine and Ocala are the market, with all the p I i them. We fill orders the day they are received. We know what In'i
Address All communications to ,
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. concerned It is hardly necessary to latest Improvements. ;t i.hl;,, titan River Merchants\ need, and carry just such a stock. Our traveling !

, TlTURVILLB, FLORIDA. add that they are out of the race, men visit the Indian River territory every month. We are liberal in I

and will receive only a few votes
---- -- when !
our dealings. We quote prices and send samples. Try us In
i'i'v.. 8. Department of Agriculture fro 01.thoAe men who are envious of CHARCOAL. SHEATH*
Jacksonville. Those in this part of need of goods. We can and will please you.
i Weather 11 ureau-.Jupiter, Flu. .-r yarex, ,r'j
.>:' \/ the State who will vote for Tallahassee KG LINER: ni'' 1 ? o NP''I'' ''p ii', ''' 4'

1" The following is a. comparative statement can hardly be classed !as en- ff ry r l
I GALVANIZED IRON "r Follak c& Co.
I of tompnraturo and rainfall for the envies of Jacksonville, but are controlled Benedict

week ending Tuesday, Oct. DO, NXXt.( by sentiment and love for SHELVES AND '" at, yz t ,
18DODATE. ;
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the old historic capitol city We JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
:. MAX. 'WIW.fift MAX MIN. tor,1 .t

34 811: 1U 1'0 73 would suggest, however, that in INSIDE LINKING. .' 'ti'iVt'' '"li!II ', ' i ( i ----.---- ---- ------ -- ----------- --------------- -
25 81 ; 80 72 the history of every' State there i i 11' '
OUJiLE DOCKS ON"TOP. i fr -
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il ii' 211 82: 75; 80 /11II time, I q i' 6Piji; Z _
will
time come a ,
27 83: 70 80 711: comes a or n i ihi''i Til> SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
when the old land marks must, out LOCK ON LOWER 6
80 74
I I. 28 711( 70 I I
20 81
SO 63 00)- 7ft 05; march of progress, and those who

Total rainfall for the week: 2.47 oppose progress should not feel the Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

i, t Departure from normal rainfall for the bitternessof) that defeat which ia an FOR CATALOGUE ANT PRICE LIST ,
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,week: plus .U.'i\ ; Inched. Departurefrom -
''I. normal rainfall since January 1, I inevitable consequence} of modern -We also parry a complete **%

minus 2.1t3 Indie i thought and action. At one time Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick...

II A i.. P. IlAitniN, Observer!! ; Tallahassee was the center of pop Line of the Celebrated Odorless Refrigerators
I ulation und it but
was nothing Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. iCt': ,
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. right that the capital should be lo

," NATIONAL.- cated there, for centrality and accessibility Write us for prices on anything in our line.FURNITURE J. JIUNNERLTN\ General :Manager.MeMurray .

.. should always be considered
For President:
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'"' WILLIAM JENNINGS; ARYAN, of greatest importance in the B. F. CL.A..

of Nebraska. location of a State capital.[ But .

.' For VIco-PrPBldent: In this year of our Lord, one thous. CARPETS, MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS, & Baker
ADLAI E. STEVENSON,
I I and nine hundred, we are forced to ,
I..I of 1I1lnols.I recognize the fact to be that Tallahassee Jao D.'V'l.11o: : :XO-1a.
,I
is no longer the central and --- ------------- -------- ---------- ---- 22O and 222 East Kay St.JUolmwk Block Jacksonville Fin.
J, ISo VOTER should go to the polls accessible point it once was. Is ':: a d3rCaw d OOJ' 'S3 Cw: ....+t: 3 ::
before he ban made a complete study -nendquaiters forWagon -
I 'i there a man so wrapped up in Tallahassee
of the election- ballot. on our 2nd
l'"' Particular attention shouldbe < page. do not believe that even the 1'ensa- .The Froebel l ACaden Harness Bicycles
paid to the explanatory notes at cola editor the Lake Index ,
or City
,
the top and bottom of the ballot.THE nod Sundries.
will have the temerity to. oppose
''f this propsitlon.. The great bulk of I A .Modern High School and Boarding School, '
: Empress Dowager of China "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES
lies south of I J put on you wheelsat
population, to-day, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
I, is reported as very ill. Her eonecience
Jacksonville and of the Suwan-
east
alone should make her so. : Apply for catalogue to short notice.

The cruel accorded foreigners nee river and we feel that no mean I .
treatment -- ----- -- ---- --
advantage is being taken of Tallahassee PRO:: J. ::13:. XS.3HPRINCIPAL.:: :R., ---
wee
: largely at her instiga ;
when the of tax t. .
majority .
'I,, lion Few Americans will pray for
"'Ye wish to submit HARDWARE.Doors
her recovery. payers say : 3s """' sgfrnsaSJ r.3 C D:O3 ..f mf 3a- a.arPvotev :
.' capital removal to the wish of the .
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- - -- -
1 We have several friendsIn
; VOTItRl'I' can not lie too careful people.amt l around 'Tallahns whose on the 6lh day of Novem her. Invested In our Contract,

in marking their tickets. It would There odd million $130 payable; pl 1.2.1: per
and do feel are some. ninety Sash and Blinds Paints Oils
be best to commit to memory the opinions we respect, not .dollars of taxable in Florida wtek: for MM $$240 ,
bitterness their property will Ali
the least tinge of for "weeks letnin to you irI :)
wish
whom
of those for
names you in the and an additional assessment This 'what'' of Contract -I'\"
to
opposition us position we some our
to vote, and don't forget to put tho have taken for their position is of one mill upon this property will I Holders Say: Glass, Cutlery and Ammunition...
X mark on the left hand side of the .
natural, under. the circumstances,, raise $100.000 nnnuully. A capital J.irkHi"n\lil Iu, Kl.* ,Oct.; 1, inno.
candidates' your choice. building costing $:>00.000 could, on M..T. RII;;h. Manager Mutual' Klfloliry, Co. city.

j hut for those In to South defeat Florida Jacksonville who. this basis, be paid for In four years, pILII3 near'8 t\lrl-1 rlurk wih far 8 to..1tI.acknnwlfilfre oaiicellliiK my your II not c rontriirts ..m-- JI'\J': C>. !3. :I3<>:nJJ: :::> de C<>.
In are attempting .
which of Ipl' Th
wns
GALA Jacksonville will a profit |porwnt n"
by voting: fur Sf. Augustineor or a million dollar capital In nine pmots Head enormous' and unrcaiuinaUle. hut U2 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
be a great success. Contributions A man owning $1,000) worth *>liir| familiar' with Insurunca talilvs. and. Ton
Ocala, we must confess:!! a mild. years. tine workings I knew it eutiM be dune; therefore .
by the business men have been un of These of taxable property would puy un 1 "",k contract, with your cuuijmuy,ami -
usually large, and< dollar
of
extra tax
by their votes profess to MY that one per year \<>nr.respectfully HAMMOND PACKING CO.
I pared to,niajte I the occasion one of wish the removed from This is the tax bugaboo in a nutshell B. W.SfKituY.rrup'r. Imval HotelJacksonville.
enjoyment HS well ns business. Let. they capital and do believe .'18., Oct.0, luno.M. (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)
,
I Tallahassee, when they know that we not any : .J. PIIKh.Mitr.: :M'ltmil lilellty Co.,city i
everybody go and have a good time citizen of Florida. who hug an atom luar xtrl--In April: nf the iireiwnt yenr.; was OUR SPECIALTIES :
their votes for Ocala or St. Angus' Inilunml to take four rhnres of work In I ; Mutual
tine contradicts their.actions. Why of State pride will object to this Fidelity t'onifaitv, which von have sv' ablyreprnaented "I Special" hams and
"Coin breakfast
I 'VE cannot see the slightest rea small increase of taxe We hive' In tilB( state, To-dxy I rucelveilcheck a bacon
this deception If you are a Tul for *HtO a* the nmtnreil. value on those> "Coin
eon for n Constitutional Conven I contract. The amount ttaid lit Special" canned meat's."Calumet" .
I submitted the above proposition ina by me on ount"t. -
1 \
lahassee man why not vote directly ..above noted was f 100.
tion. If there are defects !in our for that city Instead of adopting a few words, and do not think it While on a trip dorm,,: the iia...e four weeks. ,I hams and breakfast bacon.
I at llaltlmore tor rite of In
constitution let legislature cure .nrpoxa
roundabout process. But if you necessary to waste additional ink veatlaxting the character or the, tirjranlzHtion "Calumet" leaf lard.
them. Our legislators are certainly for the sake of elaborating upon a and Its iiemonille. I am entirely. satlnnnil, and Homemade lard."Peerless" .
Tallahassee ask
really are a man have now taken new contructit In more than pure .
revision of
I capable men, and the ? and if fact apparent to all. The next twice the amount as. formerly held' an I reel
\ the constitution can well be trusted yourself : Why see your question (is ; Do we really need- a that I run wrel7 recommend, th.oontpany to all compound lard sausagesand
Can intelligentand who dtwira. to rave and at the same time
I reason prompt an money all
I in their bands.REMEMBEitthat. new capital building? For correct realize a>handsome Into't upon. It. Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
logical answer to the question. While the company, Is In tlie Wanda. of Its present .
----- If successful we must admit our- information on this point we needto oltlcliils,I reel that the Interunts of Investors -- -- --- -- -
,.
in voting for capItal with those who have will be well
speak guarded.Yours
selves far in represented ,
removal are either voting outstripped by you ..very. truly WILLIAM SAKI
you us at Tallahassee Even JV |It PTErURVA CLARKE
f for the Interests of the point of intelligence and logic, for A.A I Agent I'lant.. 8>item of ICys. PLUMBER.
or against a member of the (legislature residIng ..
.. ,
this late minds have
at day our While our contracts mature at 104 weeksat
i State. A vote for Tallahassee, or failed to see how any other placecan : west of the Suwannee river will a profit to the investor of 85!; per cent,

f in other words, a vote'against Jack offer the advantages that Jack acknowledge that the committeeswere Our Company reserves the right to call Fine Oas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Hoofing, Sheet

sonvllle is a vote against the interests sonvllle affords.} compelled, on account of the in any or all contrncta at expiration of Iron Work, Pumps aDd Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets -
of the State. Throw preilju- of 40, (!0 or 80 weekH, and pay(10]( per cent.)
committee
The State Democratic Conven scarcity rooms, to The Company estimate. It will beat and Wash Stands. Copper vessels] of all kinds and

dice aside and do your duty. lion adopted the resolution to submit hold their meetings in private bed laser 2 yearn before any contracts) go beyond descilptlona re-tioned.

to the people the question of I rooms and other inconvenent places the 40 week redemption period;
THERE is no way to dodge the This without further waste therefore, you would pay into the Corananv -

C.nrtttal.tI..a I .YAmnrk...".......mf... goes...ls>n... ".".'very building a new capitol building, at of _worua_proves_."_, that the ___.__ __ __ _,. $1.23; per week for 40 weeks. : Total- !37 PArcvfh. Ct! JacksouYllle Florida
democrat ia much a site to be selected by the people, presencapnOi paid *:i iOII') and draw out tSOOO leavinga l Ul 1VI3JIU Oil'I, : ,
to
pledged as
.
1 or to repair the old building at building is too small. Now suppose profit of tUO.OO on a $.>O.l/U(> Investment.
support the removal of the capitalor Tallaha'ssee such we should appropriate $50,006 We will sell from one to twenty contracts
to an extent as to
the repair of the old building, to one and not receive
or $100,000 for repairing and adding any person
make it consistent with the
as be is to the nominees dignity over 4 weeks payment In advance at anyone
support the old .
and standing of the State of Flor to building, what then? time. .PLUMBING.
of the party. Which will you do, Why we would have a quilt .
ida. Now every democrat will havea crazy For full particulars call on or address, .
when the cost to the State will be
capitol, that would excite the derision
to his MUTUAL FIDELITY CO.
right express opinion at ,
I bout the same? The metropolis the election of an American Indian. One Room 8, Park Building,
polls on day. $200,000
is the most accessible point in the will bullet an excellent building. portion of the building colonial, and Jackaonvllle, i'la. Steam, Gas and Hot Water Fittings. Tin Sheet Iron

State, and her olTer of $100,000 and Jacksonville otTers site the other part a spanking new, Good salesmen wanted In every town.
a building
a building lot is a bonal1de one, and and $100,000. To repair the old twentieth century edition t No, a :J2T: Weekly collections .naada through and Copper Smithing.
tanks in town.
not made to deceive. your own
building will cost between $50,000 new building absolutely new, oughtto :

and $100,000. There is no way to be built whether the capital remains -- - Estimates furnished on application to any part of Florida.
Iron FRANK Clark's letter to Gov.
at Tallahassee or is removedto
this Do
Bloxham ia a strong but respectful dodge to have expense.the State expend you$100-prefer some other point. Voters show Orange ,ease IIOOIi: : ::. :R d3 x.xa-EJTElOD'Y: : : : ,

article. In our Judgment Mr. Clark your patriotism and love for
000 and build. your 13 to
23
own a new capital South Main street.
completely demolishes the argumentof State by voting for Jacksonville
ing in the most central and most ._ JACESO--T1LLE. _
_
the Governor on the subject of and FLORIDA
a new capitol building. Why
accessible city in the State, or do
capital removal. Governor Hlox- should not Florida be equal to -
have the any --
bam, as a resident of Tallahassee, you prefer to same amount : other State in the South in the matter When you take into consideration the
in old building
could hardly be expeoted to see this", expended in far otY repairing Inaccessible an Tallahassee of a State capitol building? We time and ir.oncy spent In bringing trees Watches AND

question in any other light than ? Take- choice. are certainly ahead of most of the into fruiting, It looks foolish to plant any Jewelry.

that in which he presented it. His your Southern States BO far as prosperity but the best; doesn't It? I

letter was dignified and courteous, is concerned ; and now, that we We grow the kind you want-since The old established ,Watch and Jewelry business, THE GOLDEN

containing no trace nf bitterness. THAT PROMISED ARTICLE. have shown in a few words that a 18.+2 we have made a specialty of utrictly ALIOATOR. has removed from the old stand, ;5 West Bay street

Would that all the opposition were new capitol should be built, and' high Brittle 1I1.I'}. Our catalogue( gives to117 West Bay street, on the same side of the
weeks said that in street In the
Two ,
like him. ago we a that full and of all
the the
present structure is a reflection descriptions prices Traveler's Hotel bWk.
issue the ) Established 'In l
future of ADVOCATE we 7.l.; Address
kinds. Write tor onlt'
upon the tax payers of the prominent free.
Gen. J. M. Wilson, chief of engineers would take up the question of taxation ..L01TJS '
State :1: '
why not then makeour votes S ::
'JEJEIEt'rS.:
has succeeded in getting for the capital removal!, and Glen St Nurseries :: .
/ count, by casting them for Jacksonville Mary 417 WEIST HAT STREET
.
also show the for .
a 11,000,000 appropriation for FlorIda necessity a new the only city, aside from JACKSONVILLE, FLi.iiPPflMSB .

p the funds to be used for river capitol building. That promise we Tallahassee, that bas the ghost ofa G. L. Taber Prop. -
and harbor work. Four hundred now undertake to( fulfill. It will be show ,
for winning Why not?
thousand dollars of this will be remembered that Jacksonville has OLEXST. MART, Florida:

used for the St. John's river, and promised to pay $100,000 towards -Do you filter your drinking water W.also bar a full Una of general nursery stock. WATTCHES< CLOCKSi

the other portion will be used in erecting a new capital building, ---

various navigable streams and wa provided the capital goes to that -, Jewelry Diamonds> <
:CO 7'J: E. :C ::3'arSUnless :
h ter ways in Florida. The appropriation city. Everybody knows that Jacksonville .. t, 14 1+ ,

is timely and the people of will do everything she has you want to save money. M : Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Present,

Florida feel grateful to know that promised, and everybody knows, Waltham
Watches
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS SHOES MILLlXERr' FURNITURE, MATTIXG3: etc.FIBE .
their rivers and harbors are to receive equally'well, that St. Augustinecan I I

proper attention. A desperate not raise the $250,000 she TRUNKS, TOTS, XMAS NOVELTIES, Etc. Price are right.,, = 1 c WATCH and JEWELRY( REPAJBHGes. ]

should be made claims to be able to raise. In the _
now to
attempt Our stock I Is new, well selected and SUITABLE. .WE CAN, WE WILL please yon.
rid the St. Johns river of the water light of the above facts Jackson WakD SPECIALTY.
hyacinths that are preventing free ville is the only city that should TRY US. Mail orders receive prompt and careful attention. Spectacles Inspector and for Pleat System, and also for Jacksonville .t SonthweetorD R'y.

avigation. engage our attention and get our John R. Walker & Co. Titusville Fla. Eyeglaaeee. Charges paid one way R. j. RILES,

223 W. Bay 9t., JACKSOSVTI.I., Frt.

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Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG, Eden. The H-O Co.'s FeedsAre THE SOUTHERN FRUIT CO.


Geo. W. Scoble was down from Tttiisvillo -
EYE SPECIALIST. looking after his fish business at '
this l 10 and 1 12 Bridge street JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.
place, last Friday.!
'" exclusive rations of grain scientifically' blended to accomplish certain ends.
'- :: "> :'..," The dickey birds that the Nether- Wholesale Fruit and Produce :
;,,' : : "'r.t:1' say The H-O Co.'s Poultry Feed to Insure a greater yields of eggs anda Merchants.Wo .
by's! fair mistress is preparing to come I
: ,..'.A \ \\\ ,\, .b'\ home. We are glad. shorter moulting season.
)o. ;, \ very fay cash for nil fruit and vegetables, receive I
: A The H-O Co.'s Horse to Insure on commission
\t \ '>\ ; ,\ Feed the maximum of strengthand
\' ,', : .. James E. Andrews welcome the
::;\"J.\ w \ was a giving shipper bonolltof tho market..
,
\ visitor to :Ed'1n. on Tuesday. lie is look condition to your horse.
"
1
xrTj :" log much improved, since his trip to thenoitli. r The H-O Co.'s Scratching Feed for Poultry to produce profitable IMtOMI'T{ : JtHTUltNS. OUI)I'US riLLii: at I.OWHNT IMCICKS.:

.t results. -We wnnt--

":"i- '"" ,..'1:':...::::y$: A. D. Merwin has charge of a branch The H-O Co.'s Dairy Feed will greatly increase the flow of milk and makeIt TOMATOKS, I.Dm PlNKAPl'I.EH:\ : Ii.1N.1NA4eot'O.\N1:\ :\ :\ Pet, LEMONS: :\ ,

::/ ; of the oyster business of Wm. M. Mer richer in butter fats; at the name time keeping up the live weight of the dow. ORAXdTCS, 01'I'I'J.]: POTATOES: ONIONS:\ :\! CKI.KHY: : ,

win & Sons, and Is located for the present POULTRY ANl>>> JoOOA.t.lrmls.:\ ,
at Providence, 1!. I. Unit the trial of a sample lot of the 11.0 Co.'s Feed will

We correct all cases of simple and The Guild of St. Paul's Episcopal n e Guaraotee t substantiate the abuvfll'\almll.\ or we will cheerfully refund THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY,

compound refraction of the eyed relievIng church, will hold their monthly meeting your money. 10 amt 18 Hi''Idgo Street, JACKSONVILLE:\ FLA. I
all nerve and eye strain headaches, the lirst Tuesday in November, at the Ask your feed dealer for It. It he does not keep It we will\ supply you direct.

and often sick stomach. A scientific residence of Mrs. Wnteis. CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.

examination made before fitting glasses. The Social Tea at :Mrs II. W: Rich

We carry the largest optical stock in the artl,,' home was well attended, and was a WEST ADAMS STREET .JACKSONVILLE:\ FI.A. PABLO BY THE SEA

State. We also do the largest optical very pleasant affair. The next meeting -
will be at Mrs. Robinson's.
business. Repair work by mall promptly -
attended to. Address There was a very exciting spelling
match at the school house, Friday after I

Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG Specialist.Clarke' noon., spelling Jessie down Miller all carried In the senior off the class.laurels des! o' Property of tile Florida East Coast Railway.


Pharmacy, The grounds about Judge Van Deman's

53 W beautiful place are being/ put in order
street ,
Bay Jacksonville, Fla. ,
and the wharf has been rebuilt. This The most popular sou.sltlo" resort In tlio South.

-- place is one of the handsomest on the I.ntl frontlni the 0('.'''" and hOllh'nrII, l now
river. We wish It had a permanent ten
West Palm Beach. ant. offered for Halo. Special price", for neat: M ituj "*, .

Archdeacon B. F. Brown conducted
divine (
service at St. Paul's, last. Sunday. IIOPIOA SOAPWDHIU CMatJVILU.riA.: .' Court1 o.n.d. :E3'U.CJ.cl.o..n.: :::: .. .2 _gt G
Geo. _____ _
Attorney M. Robbins of Titus- The service was preceded by the baptismof n
villa, was In town on Tuesday. Mr. F. B. Richards' youngest child, 23: Hogan sheet, JACKSONVILLE: FLA.

Mrs. Frank Idner has been visiting her who received the sweet name of Amy Melbourne. Georgiana. t
mother at Malabar for a few days. Louise. +

Joseph Zapf of Jacksonville stoppedover Henry Whlpplo continues to have great Rockledge. Vero. ,

here a day or so, on his way to Key trouble with his hand. He paid a visit GOODK OOODR.-Real, 1 state and I/nuns.. Mr. .Tones Rn.f bride arrived at their
to Dr. Cocoa Agent f.tr .'tttiia: fnmlon and' Liverpool' and home across tho harbor some two weeks
Hughlett at last
week '
West The Doctor !: 0k be, I'rovlileiicw Washington, Hun and La- ago. Wo extend to them cordial welcome Mrs. R. F. Hatch, of New!: !Smyrna, walt C. I D. Heed has given huts kitchen a now

Mis. Gardner arrived home on Thursday the torture hopes he undergoes to save)tho is linger something but elltfl to the Fire Interest Inmiranco.,of nnn Sporlal residents.IIOTKC uttuntloii. paid. and wish them a long and happy In town for a OilY lust week roof of rooting IlIlpl'r.IIlrll. r

having spent the summer with Mrs. dreadful. ----- --. life In "the land of sunshine and llowois S. II. Peck manager: of the riu/.a hotel, )4') O. Pranifo and. little lion, Carl +

Wm. J. Allen. CA IU.1t'fO"i'-n'n' I tho year' round. l'"- A. A. Baldwin and daughter Miss with his family, arrived the Bret of the spent a night, In tue' n recently. I
The Gilbert's Oar Yacht Club 1111,111most llirlitfnl spot to ahead winter nr summer, I Jratuil >. week.
Mrs. Earman's sister is very ill at the blustery day for Its meet, last Sat on hi nil hinir overlooking the liutluirlUver. Mji'tle, and A. L !limner, came up) from O. O. Popplvton, of Stuart, made our ;

Earman house and there is very little urday but the members are, most of Terms FRANK modemr)"R''NmlI'l'oprlotor.. Palm Bench Saturday Mr. Baldwin C. :S. Sohujler' of Tltusvlllo, was the town A pleasant. visit, \\eilnosilay. I
hope of her recovery. them so enthusiastic they would rather and Miss Myrtle will ronmlnu at homo guest of his sister! Mrs. Dottier, the II rut
Mr. and, !Mis. K. ('has Gilford
.
Mr Brutior returned to }'Iln Beach spent!
be half drowned there of the wetU.Mis. .
Mrs. L. II. Decker,and grandson Chna. getting than to' aar- SubHcilptlons for the AHVOCATK, Monday. Sunday'' with Mr. on.II\II'''. O. ). Helseth.at tj
Gruber, have been visiting her son and miss attending. the pink paper of the Kant Coast will be James Iloltou of C'ocoanut (hove, Oslo ',

daughter-in-law In Titusville. The members of the Congregations.( : I received at the Melbourne Poxtotllco. M I'll. Hiscnck and little grandson, who was tho guest of Mr. A, I L. Hatch:
Mrs, Ti llovelsriKl 4
and "
children
\Villis Barnett, arrived homo from Day of
,
church certainly vote of thanks to last wl"k. has lutiiiund !homo
Mr. and owe a
Mrs. M. J. Allen have returned Oslo. of ,
tona Tho spent 11 Sunday aflot'noonwith .
from an extended trip North, to their Mrs J. II. LeTourneau and Mrs. Robinson Prank Austin, of Jensen was In town covered Thursday siilllclenlly from little fellow his long has and 10- Joe Wilkinson came up from Went, Miss HII l'III't,, (JIIToid.Mis. +
home on the shore of Lake Worth. for their faithfulness in furnishing: this week. Palm heads hatuulny,and spent several
flowers and arranging them so beautifully I, notions Illness to be brought home muchto F. CluiH. (Ultfoid. iinil Miss Ruby
The incessant tains and squalls of the In the church, every Sunday. Mr. and I Mrs. W. I. Motonlf and. little his delight. days lime, the guest of Walter :Slate; GIITuid,1 spent Tuesday afternoon with

last few, weeks have kept nearly evoiy /grandson George, left Tuesday for Palm Our truckers are busy planting liennn George Hatch 1 absent on a wulleiiined Mia C. I n. heed and laughter.
one In doors, consequently our town is Mrs. Everett Webster paid Tltunvllle n I Beach. and vacation. He Is taking Ms recreationIn
other garden "HUSH. Mr. Hall i Is
(! W, :Mi'oUlo; has had Inn fish
visit to have some dental work done b v eo. a (
rather quiet In a social way. Frank of Crescent City was in the shape of n hunt oil the west side
Oautier
Dr. Daniels, who tins been located them I putting) a large crop of beans J. \V. IIOIIHU built at I his 1.Iocu.: nnd wo oxpecta
Senator and Mrs. E. N. Dimick and for some time. If he dues not get back the guest of the McBrldo cottage a few Brunei U ill HO piepiirlng! to plant. a good 'I' O, Ronald t and F..lmllul'Ilmmonll. / grant" deal of liimlnus hem this winter,

their son, Frank have returned from to Cocoa noon It strikes us that some I days ago. many over on the bench Tho weather attended the mill shoot at JitcksonvllU ,
H. T (ilfTord had
their northern trip, much Improved In other dentist will have to move there. E. S. Bender and Frank Robertson do Is most excellent for planting this week, going up Sunday Sad letuiii of |tI:| feet which quite shook a severe him fall

health and vigor Lake from tho effects of the We notice quite largeand pretentious not fail to bring In the game-some days F. W :Munson and niece Miss Halllo lug Thuisil.iy. Intel rally and lecontly vlllI..e.1, him to be confined up
of
bracing air Michigan.The looking house on Mooio's Island opposite about fifty birds. Thayer, and. Miss Mary Wlttfuld 1, were Work has been begun on the toads to his bed for several days Ho I hi re

ladies of the Free Reading Room heie. T. V. !Moorhas vegetable farmon Miss E. J. Lee and her sister, of Melbourne passengers on the Spaitnn Monday Thu, hero this week (U.'I./ lljidce' hits I hooontiact vov'rlllll"ll'l.lly.

are just about sending out a large list of I the Island: And Is building so as to' Beach passed through here last latter was letmnlng to school at CnroaHH for lepuiilng. 1 thenmil host' liar: ----------

books to be purchased. for the use of the have'a comfortable place! to stay luring! Tuesday on their way to Daytona, too father she land and: 1 been home on a visit to bet' ton avenue north to Cocoa.Iloinoo KKCOMM( I ENDS IT TO TItA INM E V.G. .-

room. The attendance and interest in tho vegetable season, when it Is trough visit f I lends.E niece returned brother the Mr. Munson am I R. Shares i assistant manager II. Iliiusan, Lima" ()., engineer L. K.:
same from Cocoa
the reading room Is steadily gaining. to make sailing a pleasure. day & W. writes "I have been troubled
8. Bender has Just bought/ "a fine of the New Rorkletlgo, : hotel, urilved Ins R'y :
'V. R. Moses is on a ten diiyn' trip, and .Mrs. N. Saunders has been ma) will visit the State Fair at Valdosta Ga.,. many Improvements Inside and outside have to keep out of his way or he will Mrs. .1.) VV. Iliunur! will teach a class readiness! for .ho opening.W to try Kolcy's) Kidney Cure, and j
for rest and recicatlon. Mrs. Moses will of her bouse. The out-buildings some them In rnusio. Anyone Interested In having one bottle entirely r..lloyollIIc. I gladlyrecommend y
get sure. R. MOHI-S! (IfV'ellt Palm 11 11111'h.
keep office in his absence and Is readyto of them, have been altered and madmore their chlldien take lessons hem an ex It to army one, especially" my
close real estate deals and do general convenient, and some of the build Editor K. I.OelincamufromSouthern) pot ienced and competent teacher! would spent Sunday hero us this guest. of 11. /H: lends I among tlio barn' men, who nro
office work. lags moved to better locations. The I Pines, N. I'., this week to .spend a few do well and find U to their Interest' ticonespoml Will In ins. Mr. Mores was. on Isis way t<' usually slinlhiily nflllofcd." II. R. Wilson I
days with his mother and brother's family. with her. Lessons on pianoor the (ivoigla Mate 'lIlr now being held it /Son,
whole
place Is much Improved, and getsprettier I .
Rev. and Mrs. Paine arrived in New Ills Men Is are always glad to see organ at Valdosta
York on the 2Ulh( from Liverpool Englapd every day. .
him come back to Melbouine. --------- George Unarm( after spending two '
and are expected here this week. TheJIVOCATR should have Jensencorrespondent. Stuart.
a
The Parsonage Is being made ready for There is much Since Mr. Ricou began hU !fish business !- Mrs. T. Brlddlohian, of piusliallvlllo, week here with his family retuinetl,
them. They will be warmly welcomed In that so going have In our town we notice 'quite an Improvement !Mich.. was troubled with salt rheum for Sunday, to Newborno, N. C. Mis. Din

home their friend! are legion.As on often prosperous tack place.Vo In nil the other branches of thirteen yeais and had tried a number of/ gra will remain hero with her patents' Captain McNeil I III ovm..hauling Mr.(
to JensenItoniH
; attempted
some
r business, and the men in his employ doctorSwlthoutrelief. Aftertwoor three Mr. and Aim. <), IS. 1 1I11ldeo.1 until! sluing, Dyer'II sloops.Guorgn .
Eden but
an advertising medium the EAST to our news- we. might deem to be a class: of good, moral, well- applications) ) of Manner Salvo, her hand. -- -
COAST ADVOCATE fills the bill admir- gut mobbed and will refialn. But there became better / E'nlt. returned! from Palm
: behaved boys and mo' a credit to the I\ndln a short time she Cold Sled or l)<-"t h.
Is at that than
ably. If you have not tried Its columns more doing place nearly town. wall entirely cnied. B. It. Wilson <& Son Beach Wednesday"
you certainly should do so. The pink any other ou the river. "Thoto Is but ono small I I clniiino to sav
O. K. Wood returned from Goorgl.t
paper Is known all over Florida and It The reports from the orange groves. up The temperance mooting last! Tuesday your life Moll that Is lit tough ail operation this week, much IIIIP"U\llll'IlIelllth. Helm
does good work for the East Coast. the river make our heaitsglad.' A gentleman evening at West's hall was attended bya Grant.Joe ," was the nwful prospect. : not befoinMrs. lbont fiom J. Taylor.'V. .
purchased c .
who was through all the number of our people Rev. W. T. L B. Hunt, of Mine/ Rhlga, Win., by
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Everett have' recently was enthusiastic. Jltt groves tells Lane told the people how easy It Is to her doctor after vainly trying, to mini her U. )Park loittn scow loaded with

returned from their summer visit to of many growers who will get from fifteen vote the Democratic ticket In Florida. Brown wan In Melhouriio on Saturday of a frightful case of stomach trouble mind lath, MUlllln,.. 'fltu scow waa overloaded, M
Asheville N. C. Tho many friends. of hundred to two thousand boxes. He furnished a good speech for the temperance last. yellow jaundice He ild't count on tho and I ilK the wind wa blowing a gale, I Itsank.

Mr. Everett regret that the bracing air The are all fine and thrif cause The Melbourne quar marvelous power of Kluotrlu: Hitter to IIlr.I'lukll recovered! most of the
of the mountains has not proved as ben. groves looking Mrs. W. W. Skinner left last Wed nell-
tette furnished both vocal and Instrumental cure stomach anti liver trouble, but IIho lath
ty. Congratulations, lends, we are almost for wi
ilclal as It was hoped. He has been con- day Fort Pierce.
music for the occasion. heard of It, took seven bottles, wax wholly
lined to the house since his return but as glad as you are. Mrs. P. Nelson returned, Saturday cured, itvoldttd' .nuigoon' knife, now ,There I I" but. one riironla Disease specialist .

is now convalescent.Mr. The change of water, green oranges After exposure or when you feel a cold from a trip to Miami. weigh l more and feel hotter than over, of noto In fi'ItHI.IIt-r.. Vincent, of

: and Mrs. L. D. Lockwood and son and mulberries, have combined to cause coming; on take Foley's Honey and Tar. Miss Cain, of Roseland Is visiting Mrs. It'* positively kidney to cine stom J ItckllOl,1, lie. Write him for symptom
,
almost an epidemic of dysentery la our itch liver hnd trouble and nevedisappoint
,
have arrived and are busy arranging It never fails to cure, and will prevent R. F. /Smith this week. blanks.
school. There were two serious .. Prlcu bite( at II. K. Wilson
their house, "The Holland" for winter very pneumonia or consumption if taken In
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visitors. If half that in said of Mr. and cases and several other mild ones. Theyare time. B. R. Wilson & Hon.: M S. Jones. jr., of Titusvllle, wa III & Sou's drugstore.
nil on the road to recovery and we town last with the ballot
Mrs. Lockwood proves true, Went Palm Tuesday boxes -- ---- - ANNOUNCEMENTS.
that after the Influenza which Is
hope ,
Beach may well be proud to have themIn Philip McIntyre veteran of time Civil
a
shall have the rounds Banyan.
prevalent gone Fort Pierce.Mrs.
their midst. We extend the word of War passed through here, Saturday on FOIL COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
the children will make some progress towards
welcome and best wishes. for unbounded -
an education.The his way to Miami. The undersigned would respectfullynsk

prosperity. The Holland: opens the 13th: Riley and family left for Daytona, Mrs. L. K. Smith ha been on the sick Old man Mao shipped thirty turkeyto the support of the Democratic
of !
November.J. weather seems to have settled andwe
emotion
point south last week. voter of Urn county, at the next -
Sunday. list the week but to
we are pleased
have out of ttorm-house pant ,
come our on
on November II l, 111110.> for time olllce/
W. Bryan of Lowder, Ills., writes: the hill where we have been housed lip We have had lots of rain lately, but no see her up again W. J. liagan baa decldml! to ship hub of County Conrmlsuloner for Commla* ,

":\lyllttle boy was very low with pneu for more tban'a week waiting for the mosquitoes I John Benson went to White City on orange for the Tliunksglvlng trade.B. Mlonur1 district N... I.Very I.

monia. Unknown to the doctor we /gave /great cyclone and tidal wave to pass by. S. U. Jennings paid Titusvllle a visit Friday to visit his. father and klster. He J. Hllllard has exchanged his placeIn respectfully I ,
him Folcy's Honey and Tar. The result We think some of the weather prophets last Saturday.Mrs. / returned on Sunday. Banyan for the Stewart place near J, MSNDLL:
and the doctor it should be suppressed. We lose so much
was magical puzzled as Troplo.Duck.
Jno. Miller and his hoard the
Immediately stopped the racking cough time hiding away from storms that never McCarty was a pleasant visitor In crew, on FOR COUNTY COMIIIJ lONF.U.
and he quickly recovered." B. R. Wilson come, and covering up our plants from town Saturday.The sloop, Maud Miller, left here Tuesday, are beginning/ to come south
& Son. freezes that don't freeze, that It hardly for Eden to mend his net*. Nine-year-uld Lolund McMillan killed a I hereby announce' myself a,* a candidate -
painters have started work on the brace last which fat and for County Commissioner for the
to be In business. Week weie'julte
pays The ADVOCATK I I.
very popular along
new Methodist church. :'lrd District and respectfully a.k the
Tibbals.Mr. Mrs. J. II. LeTourneau returned from the East Coast.. Reader, are you a subscriber Juicy. support of the Democratic voter of
her visit to Tltusville full of enthusiasmover Chas. Edwards paid Waveland a visit to the pink paper ? Mr. and Mr. Lee of Tropic, have the llrevnrd County at the primary to beheld

the window gardens she saw while Saturday, returning next day. sympathy of our people In the IONS of on Nov (0, IUII".

and Mrs. Geo. Saeger of Ankona away, and nothing will do but we all proceed B. F. Cook returned Tuesday. after, SEEIN' THINGS AT NIOIIT or nightmare their Infant which died "t1dellly/'llln./ W. H. .HllAKl'K.' ,

spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry to save up old tin cans and ItO to few days' absence In Jacksonville.: III I n common result of Indigestion. day evening.Are .
Jennings. raising house plants. But until we know You can't expect /good sleep with a bad you an AIIVOOATK reader. If FOIL COUNTY: CO nll SIOSEIt.

more about lower culture than we knowat W. W. Brown left for Key West, Tnes- stomach Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeptlclde,. not, you .should become one. I It. I III the 1 hereby announce myself all a candf- J
Mrs. Edgar Harmer of Waveland, was present we shall keep out of it. Mr. day. We wish him bon voyage/ and a the new remedy, make a sound stomach largest and most newsy paper along the date for County Commissioner for DIstilct -

the guest of Mrs. W. H. Harris, several Editor, could you not get one of the successful safe arrival.Mr. I that digest perfectly B. R. Wilson A; East VORlat. No. 8, llrnvurd. county, subject to

days last week. ones to write a little article on Olcottof New York, arrived here Son. the Democratic primaries to be held on
how to begin what kind of soil to use, Ills friend t The wharfage ratr only lasted a few
Mrs. Harry Jennings entertained a few Saturday night many were November 6) I IINMI)
and what to I plant; perhaps. then WA I him Cocoa.The day, but we got hit twice while It wu
of her lady friends of Tibbals at cards, pleased to see .1. N. WAU.BK.
Someone It will be
would have courage/ to try., on. *ay* put on
Thursday afternoon.J. 'v. J. Tucker left, Monday evening, again after the capital removal question\
}o'OVOUN'fY/ COMMISSIONER.At : .
E. Andrews and Dr. Platts of Fort for Palm Beach, to make arrangements: Cocoa I'ostolHca I.I to be locatedIn I I. settled but we hop not. Your correspondent -
of Md.
writes
Pierce were pleasant"visitors here, last J. Odgers, Frostburg, : for a place for his managetle, which he the City bnllding hereafter. very much doubts If Mr. the lollcltatlon r>t my frlendlll i I
bad attack of
Friday and Saturday. "I bad a very kidney complaint Intend carrying down this winter. I Flugler even knew of the wharf rate. announce myself' "a* a or
and tried Foley's Kidney Cure Geo. Chapman came Sunday, from Pe- county commissioner of the lit district,
Mr. and Mrs. Willa and W. G. Gilmore, I which !gave me Immediate relief, and I Don't forget the festival. next Saturday toskey, Michigan: for the winter. soil respectfully( ask the support of the
of Jensen, were pleasant callers at Tib was perfectly cured after taking two bot evening at the town hall for the benefit To-day take Foley' Honey and Tar. It Doinooiullo votai of Mrevnrd county.
bals Monday afternoon. tles.' no substitute. B. 1C. Wilson of our school. Ice cream, cake and ':. B. Wager wan. a visitor to Cocoa positively prevent pneumonia, or other .. CHAM. J[. N.nr.\fAr.
& Son. oysters. will be served. Come one and and Rockledge, on Tuesday and Wednes serious results from cold. It may ha too .
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Our little'burg was quite /gay last week all, but don't forget your pocket book day. late to-morrow.. B. It. Wilson & Son. FOR STATE ATTORNEY.
entertainments being -- ----------
socially, several Mr E. J. Wilson of I III
Rockledge
Bovine. ,
We think think the people have madea
given: In honor of the visitors. Mrs. W. A Night Terror. I hereby announce myself candidate
wise choice In selecting the Hon. K. B. pending/ a few day In Daytona guestsof
Mrs.
II. Harris entertained In honor of for State. Attorney of the Seventh Judicial
\ Sam O'Brien and wife. "Awful anslety wa foil for the widowof
Raulerson, for Representative he being i
afternoon. Circuit of Klorhl.i, and respectfully
Edgar Harmer Wednesday
Jean Stewart has the fastest nag In the brave Jen. llurnham of Mac hi
a man of excellent business ability, and It.,. J. A. Hughes, of Tltn.rllle, will as. re'iist| the support of the Democratic
The weather being too stormy to meet town. whose Integrity/ of character Is Irreproachable Me., when the doctor..* said ale could not ,
preach at Rockledge/ chapel on Sunday rotoi of the Circuit for the place at the
on the Irene last Friday afternoon, ,the Bethel Stewart and two childrenLeonand live till morning. write.blr.. H. H. Lincoln .
with Intuitive
coupled a bright, morning. Nor. nth, at 11 o'clock a. m. attended I primary to be held on Nov II, IUlJlI.
the residence of visited Sun- who liar that awful night
club was entertained at baby Susie- Cocoa on mind JAMDM D. Bcuos: :
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Waters, and all pres- "All{ thought she must soon die frompneumonia I

ent had a royal good time. day.The trains still continue to kill cattle, A Jo'rllfhtrul Blander A Monster Devil 1'lsh. but sue begged llor Dr. King'sNew FOR HTATE'S ATTORNEY.At .
Mr. and Mrs. B Stewart having had re- Destroying/ its victim I I. a type of con Discovery, saying had more than
,
WOMAN'S RIGHTS.-Woman'* first cent losses. Will often cause a horrible burn, cut, I stipation. The powerof thl murderous once saved her life, and had cured bar of the solicitation of many friend
freedom from headache scald or bruise. Jlucklen's Arnica halve, I malady I I. felt on organ and nerve and consumption. After three small done throughout the Circuit, I announce myself
Inalienable Is
right that Miss Martin wa the welcome guest of the best In the world, will kill the pain muscle I and brain. There' no health she r slept e..IIaU night and Its further a candidate for State' Attorney of
nervousness and constipation miserable. The Mr. Cbristenseo's pleasant family at Eta and promptly heal It. Cures old sore, 1 till It'. overcome. But Dr. King'. New completely cured her" This marvelous the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida i
make her life
so often these troubled stomach Gallic on Saturday. Fever sores, nicer, boll, felon, corn, ]Life[ Pill are a safe and certain co/e. medicine I guaranteed to core all and respectfully request tie support of

chief cause of Ford's Dyspepticlda Mr. Crosby, of Cocoa, contemplate all skin eruptions. Bet pile! ear on I!).*t In the world for stomach, kldo y., throat, chest and lung dleae. Only 64M\ the Democrat of the Circuit at the primary

disorder.Is the Dr.and Loyal for these Ills. moving to this place to take charge of earth. Only 2o a box. Care guaranteed I liver and bowel. Only 23o at B. H. Wilson and *l. Trial bottle flee at It. K. Wilson election ordered for November 6th,

B. B. Wilson new A perfect Son. cure Mr. Lapham' cattle. Sold by B. R. Wilson A Son, druggists

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0 T A S H gives color,, each"one wad willing td work to the
r ij..I extent of hIs ability and If one got
1 and 4> bold of a load too heavy for him another ? + h Florida East Coast Ry.
to
flavor firijttiess ant was always ready to help

tl him up the grade wIth It. Grain after

all .fruits. No good fruit grain of dirt and sand was being tbus
tot1'J'H BOUND (ReM Down.) IJa meal IMp 6. 1500. (sUp) NOBTllIIOUND-
piled up-millions of atoms-and lateron

I can be raised without one of the! most completely organized 4 4 ally; D ellDat i 7 No. 211. SUTIONS. No. IlL !; ::; Dail;
communities will be doing business. .s II> e& $u .''asvm -
The great benefits of communal efforts : ,1 ::::;. Q0. L...... ... Jack o..vlU. ......Ar T80p i IITIUi. ::-::::
Potash. Q ,..... Vse 111Ut Ar....... SC. Auaustini .......Lv 8211p 9011& ...... HV
are nowhere better Illustrated than In G ...... 818 1 73.: Lv.. ...... bt Augusnn..Ar 1116p 901.. ... ..
the case of the ant and the bee and ...... ......... 'Haetingi' ...... .Lv bap-) I2ita ...... :: IdOrp1141a nh
;w"Cxsoy Ff a .. .. 612919'15 Ar. ".. EMt. Palatka.. ,. ... 6u1p: 8 I. ..... p Pt O
+ Fertilizers containing at least nowhere Is there a more interesting : :::::: "ii P IIlp( Ar"P..lat. !< .... ...,. .. r Wp 145a-.:::::: "-I ZO : >
nature study. 1 .'y ... ... II toy II Lla. J.tr ....... .. 'P..latka .. .. .. "Ar 64 p 0 fIIyj
v b ;::::-. Thp Ar" ...... .$:anMi ........ ..Lv.. ... ; ;::::: go H4
3 toQ% of Potash will give WEEDS: I:* TUB TOW19., 0 .:.. ."O' 65i LV'.....".. S.n lItat_. .....",Ar p tD td
IE-4 -.-. T1iii I306p ......:&: P"Iaiks.Ar ::8111' 8a... ,zp) fA
W Lv.
We were In a western town not long al ."....". 7'41' ll8p: ...........Ormon4.L.. 402p(:! ....... 0 c-.. cs::
It best results on all fruits. Write since where weeds were running the O 4p 11.tD .,.." 1Mp IB7p ............D..tona........... M Slip ...... 0 "' IC:
municipality. It I rncO "... 8061' 1/7p" ..... ort Orange....,.... .". aup. ...... ty ..
was a pretty good a. ....... /
8 l' a lOp .N.w 8 911/1t> 0
t. for which town of Its kind but mayweed Jimson : E-c a sue ..... 2Btp: .... ...........0..11: 1311......":. Wp ew. 18IIp OJp
4 our pamphlets, ought wild ; GIll lllIUa ...., 8011p ....... .. .Tltuav1l1e.......... 92/11'/ ...... 1668 [
hemp ragweed sweet clover, bur Q i3 ...... ...." 8111tp co ...........Clt.r.Po1Dt........... I ...... ...." ;,I
1 dock wild barley dandelion dog fennel ...... ..... 8/ co ........... Locos. ............ ...... .. b'p
to be in every farmer's; library S 4t .. .... 860p M ...........1tockled"...... I ...... ...: Obo
, ; foxtail and purHley growing: ram ...... ...... 4:8up318! ..........JlxaGxW.: ......... : .. ..... .,.... ..aq M
r J i iI pant and luxuriously by roadside on J&t ...... ...... 4/111': ..........Melbonra.......... .... ...... (b rA
I t : They arc sent free. vacant lot and In back ,1 N OIJ ...... ... .. lI04p ..........Roseiand.......... 147p.Sop........ ...... Pt 0
; yard obscured .... .bd .. .. ...... 6008" .........lIeb..tl..o.: ......... ...... ...... e .
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the view of pretty lawns and dooryards b 54 OIJ ..... ...... 66t1p .......... St. Lucie.......... 31 ...... ..,... ... 1:1! b
rn "q ...... ...... 800p ..........ort Pterc......... :! H
t GERMAN KALI WORKS, and marked the town and Its 0 ...... ...... 817p ........... Tlbb&lll........... ..CD rA
people as lacking In public spirit. The h E-c ...... ...... 881p .............Eden ..,......... O.
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Q1 N.uu 1 St., New York town rn ..... ..... Shop ........." Jensen. .........;. .
i bad raised the'sum of $500 to .t a J.t ..... ...... II. p "........ .lItlllrt.: .,......... ... 1126a.-. .
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t and------ blow In on a Fourth of July celebration Tri-Weekly Sailings o d..... .........Hobe Sound.. ......
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I, : Free but did not have a cent to devoteto Q .... :.!! ......West .Jl1plter........ ... 0
......WeetPalm Beach.... .
1 a. GyH ;:
Accented Masons. cutting down tbe weeds. Town : ....... .......... Booton.......:. .' p.
people for the farmers sometimesfor BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling b ..........flap .-.... ..... ...... ... ..
go _rn rn ...... ......Fort LLaanderdste....... 909a...........C.......
allowing' the weeds to grow by the -. ...... .........Lemoo ()]t1......... ...... ...... rW
I Indian wayside and around the farm home at Charleston, both ways) ..". At'"JlII.ml" ". .... Lv .. . _
No. COITituarllle often P..r. or are 00 Train" lib an ;16Bet.e. -
when positively the very worst sinnerswe the
'':; l'' River $ know of In this matter live In our The Finest Steamships in Coastwise Service .. Jaoksonvllle Pablo B.aoh aDd Mayport.o. .

towns where a good example should !beset o. 0,1. 0 Ii N..J8'' 0. o.
IUD Sun: Daily Daily STATIONS Daily Sun
rLorJOto./ Florida. .. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.. only only .,,IIIt: xSra- Datl7 s.. ..alakp
'. I Hold" Ito meeting the e4x-and and fonrtli Fri. ------ --- \ ... ... .. .. r-u
.' 1" Tiap 6Jnp lfT5jr.v. .... nrnnv e .... .Ar TB: [Up 1 I8IJHp > .
.Jay of. each" month a- the lute Armory Titus.vllle MOW TO VIMT' TIIR TOCKYnn! Direct bcrvice Between :2!Uf'lp' IIIIKp 828aAr. ...... ".. ...So. JIWk..nvll..J.v. 4698 IIOij! > ......
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at T:IHI n'ol.H-k p. m. We are nuked whether In a general TU IN. fI/jjp 86M .. ... ..,....... ..Pebinli.auh. .......... .. tlOs .. .
A.II. It.A.WlUon RMwart., R Worshipful nlnr Warclun.Mauler. way, It pars a man to go to the. great Jacksonville Boston; Providence and all Eastern Points THUp 80np fllIClp) 91da .. .. """ ...Maypirt.... '..... ...". H a/6. 40Op I25p.......

J.J. /H.M.Vrnlk IHxnn r.Tuninr Tr-amirer.P. Warden.. cattle markets with his own stock or. (Calling! at Charleston, S. C., both ways) B.t.e.n I.w S7M1a and OraDK. B.t_... 'T1tD..tll.. .ad Sanford.

!, r, A. Morgan Secretary. rather whether a man cnn 1 lx sure of SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS City Junotion No.III i aTATIOg: o

i ,I ,I J.F.L.A.rarrnth Uwlny: ,Junior m, Henlor Utwcou.i Deacon.. fair and honest treatment from cotnmlH Hoinhlxiund! ....... .from Lewis Wharf, HimtonNortbbounil No.1 I R'l.ATLON.i. ilASt( v.. ....... ..... :. ,. ....... p
.. INn,2 7 (la. .............J\I1m... .......... .
F. H. Clur..e, lr>n men whose biiRlnpna It Is ,. from Toot df llOKan Stroet JacktipnvUleClyde's .., w Smrrna. Ar :: v
i II, ,; (J. II. SVxlwn.. I Sowards to ... .... ..I.ake .. .. .. ...... 62ea. / ............0..0.. ......... 11m
A. r'ronclier, Tyler.RIDNEY handle stoek. It Is all right: tor thegranger 48111'1" ..."..Oranclt (.'tt1'.. ...... I 112.1' 860. ..........Eot.rprt.w......... co 1186.
I to go to Chicago and nee the St. Johns River Line. :..Or nlrB City Junotloob16p IIIfIaAI', .......... tlanton1.: ......... .. 11 Qua

dockyards, but be had, better let the All tr1t'i' 'x bAtwn New Smyrna ant Orange. I All trains besw eu. 'l'i.Y1U. anti Sanford
UETWEEN JACKSONVILLE' AND SANFOllI Sunday.Th.
: commission man do tin selling take a } ...... b. .... ..
which tr"ln. .
I I h DISEASESare a .m. ebl..s .how h. ti st may sapw 'rl" aa<1 dep.
New York draft for his money and bustle Jacksonville Palatka,Sanford,Enterprise. Fla.and Intermediate landing on the St.John's River. from tl&. .xnv.ral etation. but their arrival nr rll'partore as the Ym.e __114 I. Dol ._raa.
out of tpwn and for home as quickas STEAMER lag teal tbfrom.. nor dou the CompanY' hold itself responsible. for any .lay. w say .oe.pwnwa .......

the Lord will\ let him. A great deal "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.: .
the most fatal of all dJsI. of 'good money and some pretty good CAPT. W. A. BHAW. Peninsular and Occidental S. S. Co.

i ''i I; eases. rural reputations have been' lost In get- Leave foot Catherine street Jacksonville! 8 JO p. m., Sundays Tuesdays and Thui s.iayd.Leave .
Ling from the siocKyarus 10. the depots. Sanford 9:UO a. m Enterprise 9:UW a. m., Mondays We Inesdays and Fridays... I CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

rni i C KIDNEY CURE Is ip Chicago. HAVANA LINE. ;.
I V'Q I Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 w. Bay St.. Jacksonville.
TilLt. I Guaraotisd Leave Miami Tneflday*..............11.00 p. m. Arrive Key Went W.do..lay-.U.OOa. av
o Remedy con AND W. H. WAnBURTOX: T. P. A.. ". M.IRONMONGER: Kla.Pass. Asrt.. Leave Key Went Wednesdays..,... L00p.m. Arrive Havana Thandaya. ", ....... S.i()) *. Y.
i.Krnosv. 19 State Bt,, New York. I 204 West Hay He..Jacksonville, Fla Leave Havana 1..10.40 a, m. Arrlv. Kay West" Thursday........ 6,80 p. av
I Ir The absurd story got started In O. F.LOVELL Asnt. Fla. Birnt.. I JOHN. L. 11OWA RU Bmwrlnteiident.Jacksonville Leave Key West Thursday,. .aup. m. Arrive Miami Fridays: .. ..... ,.. '.110.. nw.
i r or money refunded. Contains France that the use of cornmeal as Fla. I I Foot Hagen frit.,Jacksonville. Fla.
THUS. 1>. }J HALEY Local Freight. Agunt foot of Hogan Street.Jacksonville Fla. KEY WEST LINE. -

i by eminent food produced leprosy In the eater. TIIEO. O. KOKK, n..IIAfaI1lfal\lIller. WM. P CLYDB' A CO., General Agents.ChentmruuRh Leave Miami FHday...............,.11.00p.m. Arrive Key Welt Saturdays.........11.00a.m.
physicians as the best for This Is like tbe story which the Chi HulldlnK. 10 !State! !8t.! .New York Leave gey WM rinndayB... ....... .. a.30 p. m. Arrive Miami Mondays ...... ....... 1.80 a. n>.
nese spread abroad that the "foreign ----- -- .. .
piuiang r for Havana can leave Miami Friday 11.uO p. > arriving Key We t Saturdays
Kidney and Bladder troubles. devils" want to get a foothold In China 11:00: a. and remain In Key Weit until 9:10p. m. Sunday following, and a* that timelaare
PRICE SOe. Lad $1.00. so that they may take the eyes of Chinese Ocean Steamship Co. on the rtteam.hfp "Olivette," arriTtng Havana Monday moraine
.
It.; It. \VlLiSOX! ; 8ON. children to feed the white chil For copy of local time e.rd.ddr. any Agent.
- -- ,
-- -- dren. Corn and Its products are make
I _-=' ing their way at the Paris exposition "Savannah Line"
WOMAN AND WORK: however and the corn kitchen wltb Its

tempting bill of fare. IB receiving avery Line...
The IlURsInn Hollander Scandlnal Kant Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from
-
Urge patronage. It Is likely to
'v1an l German and Krencb peasantry prove the most profitable Investmentthe Florida to New York Boston and the East. SOUTHERNDIRECT.QoICK TIME
riot only pi-rniit but expect their wtftnon 'government has made In connect-
to do much hard manual labor. tlon with the exposition.
"WhTto from our American point of -- WASHINGTON

'vIew tliln plncljiff' of manual labor up- What Is being/ accomplished In theI I BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,

xyi 1rm1an1: / In addition to her other bur moving uf western produce to eastern NEW YORK,
,
id.nlJ of a maternal character seems a rn tiy JiIg3a..
I market br Improved methods of trarisportatlon -
CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE
.I I Tcllc of barbarism, there Id. this to be i I Is well Illustrated by the fact "IT ,

said: In Its favor-viz. that the woman that a locomotive recently moved 1.500 v r ATLANTA,
r who works out of doors will always be tons of freight 150 miles In lean than i
stronger herself anti will be the motherof six bourn at an expenditure of 12 tons BIRMINGHAM, MEMPHIS,

healthier aud more robust children of soft ronl. canting $3 per ton. which +ir...wrEeil R A I Il W AY CHATTANOOGA,
rrPrRwTla'QMNI'e1Nannwrr
than will the woman who BOPS through/ evaporated 48 tons of water Into steam 8T. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY,
life with the lily white hand. While an the' motive' power .
we would never comment that the American ; : ir And all Point East and ....,

woman should b made a toller In
the fields after the European fashion '

we would gladly Indorse such a change/ CJNO OTHER LINE AFFORDSt)
In the domestic life of the Amerlcnn ]3 r LdNn E1Nn i4 I tJ I S. SER VICE LIKE

woman UK would gIve her more open '
SHORT RAIL RIDE TO SAVANNAH. THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS
air exercise. The nervouauesa. lassitude ,

and hypochondria so ,generally Tlience via PI latl.\r Express Steamships from Savannah. f Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C. f
prevalent among American women can wzc 7y ,

largely laid to overheated houses and p aF 4 Ships each wools 4TO THE UNITED STATES ,FAST MAIL,

leek of fresh air and physical exercise. Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C.

Many a woman would be able to do n
third more work In the house and do It ::N'EVV' YOn.B: THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED: ,

with vim and energy If she would take Making close! connection with New Tork-lloaton ships or Sound Lines. Via Jesup
ji a walk of two miles each day rain or I
rl shine. If women would get rid of corsets All ticket agents and, hotels are supplied with monthly sailing; schedules. THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS,

No. 2 shoes and their rocking' Write for general information, sailing schedules stateroom reservations, or can on VU Jcaup.

chairs and get: an hour out of doors E.; II. HINTON, WALTER HAWKINS *
every day they would not have to raise F a -Q, Tramo Manager Gen'l Agt Traffic Department. Through Ve. tlbul d Trains Pullman Drawing Re m
bottle babies and add to the wealth of ?.-.?. Savannah, Oa. 221 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Sleeping Car, through Coaches, Elegant Dialog Cara.

doctors. This Is old fashioned --.---
plain -- ------- ---- -
talk but just as true as gospel. Thrrw.1! Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville! and Cincinnati. O..
via AanevMIc N.C., and Knoxville through "TUB LAND OF THE SKY.''


There GOVERNMENT are millions IRRIGATION.of acres of land Seaboard Air Line Railway Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated

now worthless which could be made hi Connection with tbe Plant System from Jacksonville.
of great agricultural value If only the

l flood writers which fall upon tbo land SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS: it Low Rates
I could be stored and utilized: for Irrigating Unexcelled service from Florida to all points Vary ta Sell Jam 1 to Sept. 30,1 O

purposes during tbe dry season. It This picture is the trade mark ofSCOTT'S T.r,Pas, schedules and Informative. eaU oa or address
Is not easy for private enterprise to do MT. T. COSBY. T. P. A..
this work, as large rums of money are EMULSION, and Is on North East and West. 119 West Bay Street,Jacksonville.. Fla.J. .

needed to build the Impounding dame.t every bottle of SCOTT'S EMULSION )C. CCLP. W. A. TURK 8. H. HAEDWICK.

t+ We think that It la entirely within the in the World, which now TraAe Man.svr. Gen. P.s., Agt.. Assi. Gee P.... A. ....
power of the irovcrnnient to do this Wssht.gwaD.0. W.shingwu.D.C. Atlanta,G...

work and that money so Invested Is amounts: to many millions yearly. Two Trains dally between Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, carrying
better used than through the useless This great business has grown to

expenditures of the river and harbor such vast proportions,. Pullman Drawing; Room Steeping cars, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for MALLORY
ystern, where millions are used to STEAMSHIP LINE.

dredge country creeks and pull snags F/rsf-Because the proprietorshave

from uiinavlgable streams. The (floodwaters always been most careful in Washington Baltimore Phila. and New York. Florida, New York

of the Missouri and Its northwestern Philadelphia and Boston.
tributaries. It stored and used selecting the various ingredientsused .?F' ryyy From BrnnawickdirecttoNe.York.( ;"

r n for Irrigation would create and fertilize in its composition namely; Also with Cincinnati Sleeper via Aehevllle. + PASSENGER SERVICE.

5 enough territory to make a new the finest Cod Liver Oil, and the I '
y state In what Is now a practical:: des ;. To make connections with steamers, leave Jacksonville.
i; ert. Large systems of Irrigation are purest Hypophosphites. U Union Depot)on Thursdays .via(Cumberland Route), 8.IS a m.
p "Dixie Flyer" Fernamllna 130p. m. Meals en route tor"..U Rail" *.""
.
only possible on the community or p.m. ((Plant Brunswick 8.00 p.m. Passenger
SeconBecause have
; Brunswick
:
they so
on arrival at
directly aboard
corporation plan and none con so well go steamer.
combined the various
I undertake and do the work as the skillfully Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via PROPOSED SAILINGS

government which owns the land. ingredients that the best possible t.".New York Pier:21 E.R..Seop.: m., (Standard Tlm,.) Lv Branswlck-

results are obtained by its use. Lake City Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and Naslmlle Oct 0... ...... .. .. .... ...... f'OLOR.40DO.... ...... .. ........ ....Friday. I
12... ... ... .. ........ ..... ..
j'' "GO TO TUB ANT: m .RIOGRANU&... ............. ....... Friday. .
:: )9.... ...... .. ........... ...rILORAI': ) .. ... .... .......::..... ...Frida. 21For
AVe recently watched through aglaesn Thrd:-Because it has made so .... ........ ....
211. ._.
.. .
Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points In the Northwest. .RIO GRA.'DE. .......... ........... ....Frlday. "
I small colony of red ants commencingthe delicate children
many sickly, lowest rates reservations" and general Information, apply to
construction of an ant bill on the strong and healthy, given health
BAlllIJOILL. ,
lawn. after relay of ants each between Jacksonville and New Orleans Agent SO W.Bay Jacksonville.
Relay car'ae"lce
and rosy cheeks to so many pale Through sleeping H.It.RAYMOND: 1 o.DflraI l Southern Agent Brunswick Ga.
wltb a grain of dirt In Its mandibles anaemic girls and healed the lungs via River Junction and Pensacola.Full Co H.MALLORY A: Co..General Agents Pier 81,E.River and 386 Broadway N.Y.Fine .
came out of tbe hole In the center of ,
and restored to full health so
the miniature crater and after depositing many information on application to any agent of this company. -
i their burden on the Jump returnedby thousands in the first stages of

r another bole after more. There Consumption. E.. ST. JOHN, V. E. M'BEE L. S. ALLEN, Job Work

was a lesson to be learned by watching It you have not tried It. end... for free cample, 1st. V.-P. A G. M. General Superintendent. Gen. P.... Agt. Quickly Executed
.
lU .gr.. hl. Kite wnl.u .
these little laborers. There seemedto SCOTT BOWNB, Cnemlew.. Portsmouth, Virginia.A. .

be no boss: there was no striking 409-419 sad$. all drugNgists.York O. MacDONELL, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. AT. THE ADVOCATE
$QIo ; OfTICE.
for higher wages or shorter boars;
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 2. 1900.
1


TITUSVILLE.I .
Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble Couunll8101lt'r.s Sale.]
ST. A UO USTIXI' .

: : :CJ:.. .. :::et-vEE: : :: :SO'Z"EL.:: and Don't :Know it. UNfiFR AND BY-VinTCK;: OF A FINAL

I How To Find Out. "f foreclosure and Mle..nt, rml In
TITUSVILLE Fill a bottle or common glass with your the (irrult IXiiut of the Seventh Jmluilnl) PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
Clmutt of b'Ic.titla, for llm\'ant {'""n'y.ln.cause ,
water and let It stand twenty-four hour: a wheraln* 1':01..01' l>ay autO H. r Ihiy" Ar. com.ila .

INOIAX RIVER, sediment or settling | >naut.. and Cliai. {UiMHl\tiar Jr.. a. Kxm'iitor: This hotel la now for ROOMS
Indicates as of thC. KI>IHI.. of{.h...... {mishear; docvaiwil et.. al.. open OXLT. It Is centrally located, near
!
FLORIDA. are ilpfrmlant, 1..11I mill al piil.llo Hiivtlon In roHtotllcii lien ami Catluidral.toOhns .
: ,;;, unhealthy condition front "r the Court House. .t...>r, at lUunvllle, AOcta to $1.00) per day; $I.ISO to *tl.OO per week.V. .
of the kid )lorlila. ilurlUK\ the l iuat hours of nale. UIHIII lluFIIUT

neys: If It stains MONDAY:- IN M\KMBMl, A. I>. Itm, I). SANChEZ, Manager.IIINIIIMNVIt.I.I / .

Tr' J. G._ IJAST, Proprietor. your linen It Is to the litfihimt' antI t tied Mdilor for cash. the fit l. --
evidence of kidney lowing ilrarrUwd real esiste. *:lt, te trouble ..r<1 "ntuiijr Florida at Rot khlll,",. l..wl"
: too lliat}..>.ril I.... of Lot niimnvr one (I) aoponllnii to
The hotel fronts frequent desire to the tim rriintput. "Kur\ey, In Townnhlp'
on the twnry
dV
P"\f :
; IIKXUKRSO.NVILLK
; wide sweep of bay((7 miles pass It or pain In lIve (:!II KiMitlt, ) of KaiiK tlilrtvMl, !: (; E.sel, In THE WHEELER N. C.

In width), foimed by the ---- the back Is also the Hvx-tlon:went 1tnon:! :: ),..ooiuniuiicluit Klvitr which at a I is point flve I hunrtreil flIt- HendorHoiivlUo'M Sew )[l'tel.Opl.'U .
proof that
Indian River convincing the kidneys and bladder AII.llh.IIII3. fr.". Houtli of the noiitlon line all the
making it a ypar. Altitude 2,6.10: fret. Tho drj-OHt cliniato In
North
are out of order. betwtvn 8"i-iloim ten (Hi) .and Afmm (1ft). riuwMt Carolina
delightful summer resort. What to Do. from unlit point, on tile 8mith HnnofOoo. Golf links.
Constant cool T. (Cit till. \Int. to a point in the cmurr of the. Twenty-live acres beautiful Kruvo. One hllntll'mlllllli twonty-flvo

breezes from tho'sea and Thero Is comfort In the knowledge so ,|>,ulilluioiintjr Hiwd! an. Im-atod ]>' ,,. Mill IMU. bndrooma. Kloctrlo HKlitn.. Steam hunt. Elevator. Ti-nnU
often expressed. that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- llumofl ilowii thu .III..r of saul road to a I'"t' court. Hall. rooms.Mineral .
bay. Flowing; sulphur Root the great kidney remedy fulfills :onallnnonv Innulred and "lxty.live foot (tIlIA) I Springs. Hath
every : \ loomit Trn-pln\ alleys. All modern
vptlngs. /Special summer wish ftxnlli, thiMuie eaiit on aalil line to hits Indlai f, conVonlonces.
In curing rheumatism pain In the : tlii> '. .. .. .
rates. Ri\er iii in and rlnK the river Khore north' For fuilhor Information anti
3 : back. kidneys, liver bladder ward to. tlm rates addrcMa\
and every part 1'Ueu or Putt of oi inniiiiiiH. >m..i.t. '

of the urinary passage. It corrects inability I' F. A. MOftdAN.CoimulMlonvr.:I. 1UKUKX .t: WllEJo r.EH. Tropilctors., HoiulvriionUlle, X. C.

-- to hold water and scalding pain In passing .
GEt). M. No
KCUiniNS
consumptives tAken.
It. or bad effects Special rates for
Titusville, Hoarding-Houses. following use of liquor. Solicitor fur Complainant L'.oc2ltov. -- ,, June.
--- --
wind --
or beer. and overcomes that unpleasant -- - -

necessity of being compelled to go often

Minis'' during the day. and to get up many times :Kotlce.NrinrriT Hotel '

Boarding House TITUSVILLE, FLA. during the night. The mild and the extra- Imperial IIKXDEHSONYILLK:, N. C.

ordinary effect of Swamp.Root
Is soon COTUT OK TUB: KRVKNTH Jv. ,
realized. It stands the highest for Its won lli'UI" Irt'iut of Horlilii I In and
Pleasantly situated within short for lirevaril -
distance of Railway Station. Special dorful cures of the most distressing cases. County In Chumwry.. Table and service Unit-class.. Ball room and orrliontra. Until suite

attention given to Ladles. Transient rates reasonable. Special weekly If you need a medicine you should have the Kcllth: Tholiinn" 1 and nil modern appointments. Moderate rates and special 1 rates to
or monthly rates. best. Sold --\ 14.- V rilll! for Dlvorve,
by druggists In SOc.
andl. sizes. Charles:. Tlion a.. J families. Apply to !Mit. 1'. U, I.OVK.
Mus C. N. You may have a sample bottle of this
MI IIS
Proprietress. It appnnrlnir by the nlllilnvlt of K" T. Wvlih ,
--. ---- -- --- --- -- wonderful discovery nolloltor lor lie coinplnliiunr., In tlm alHive, en ,
-- -- and a book that tells L ::.. tltl.." CKIIIW, I Iliat, dul! <'ndaiir, ('her!", ('. Ilioiniw. NKW YOUK, N Y. .

JACKSON LI,13.Merritt's more about It. both sent ii i-. '1 that I In a Seth 1I..hl."t' of the MIsts "f Florida" stud .---.--.- ------
i ili'lanilHiit I. over lun HRH of twenty
absolutely free by mall one y..a'A. anil. thnl alUnnt bohnvi-n he I I. In '1'"..

address Dr. Kilmer & R"m..t 8w.mi>-Rnn kvtt4, Aluhnum, tT. H. A., and thure It* nil i'uu soul
Co. In the Stats or Florida: iwrvli'e or a iilipiwmiiton I Southern Hotel
Binghamton N. Y. When
Hotel Rathbun OLDJacksonwille OAnUC Oi..... writing men- whom would bind nalit renilnut. NEW YORK N. Y.
tion reading this generous offer In this paper. It la theroloro, o..I.'r.llh"l tho nulil ilefendun' ,
New do nm>Kiir, ui iin "ur this. I'll' I) or .ooniululut. lithe .
Fla. above entitled vaimu, upon the (formerly Parker hoimo.)

: {Cottonnerd Hull 'and Meal. FIIUT MONDAY: IN NOVKMHRR:: A. II. "
Market and Bay Streets IINKI 3Hth) l Street
IInlllrond\\'ay. Nv"ol'k
fronting St. Johns River. American plan. Cottolls .t.11 hulls lined N. Y.
ure 1111 fuel In
the lame Icing the flfth
; ihay of mid month at
ELECTR'lC ELEVATOR Stroet Cars from Depot pass the door. the engines of oil mills and very largely the ulhi, llrevard' of: t hit iilmk, :of salt court: : Kt Tltimvlllu J'ltO-KEY: DUOS, Matuagers[

J Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ItOUND. Cafe and Grill an food for cattle. They are worth It In further County.ordKnid Florida.thnt the nrtlnr of put). I

from one-half to two-thirds much ax \list I 100 ,mhU.h"lln the KAOT ('i>'M't AI>VI>-
rooms attached Floiida trade especially catered for. Rates from grass bay and ore an excellent anti OA'I''', a iii'WHiiiiiT|, | )pnlillnhod In Thtitsv Ill., lire .
tort!
Cniiutyi rlinldu, for lour ttnnoeciitlveWIHkH.
$2.50 to *t. per day. Speulal Summer rates-rooms BOc, 75o and $1 with baths. bandy diluent, with which to feed cottonseed Prepared
lona and onli-roil' at TltimvMlw Ilr..1 "roun
meal.
'Bus Hundreds of thousandsof
meets all trains. C. A. MERRITT Lessee. ) ty. Florida tliln aril lIt)' of Ootolivr
cattle and large numbers of sheepare !I-I 1 A. II., huMs).

each winter fattened on hulls and ( ) ... fA. A. HTKWAHT 2 and 3-ply
('Ittrk ('lremlt Ciiurt.
'
WINDSOR HOTEL. JACKSONVILLE FLA. meal nt and In the vicinity of the oil 'F. J. WEutit, Asphalt and
.. Roofing-
Solicitor for Coniplalnant' .
mills of the south. Milk cows are also .. .. IkIl.t-2nov! : ,
--- Gravel.
fed on rations made up largely of hulls .. _

and meal. The rations fed to fattening 3la.st.-rM' Hale.UNOMl .
E..enClY-FWor-: I
cattle three -- .
are to four pounds at first
: AM:- BY VlUTt'K OF A nKTItKK:
which are gradually Increased! to Mix '''.'. .''''' and stile .."t..r..lln! this Clrcult Building antI Lining) Papers
eight and even ten pounds, per head Court of the Hovtuith. .liiilti-lil! <'I Iniulof .It ,

each day and nil the hulls the animal In il FUirldii"I'n.II"1f| |, for( whrroln llrwvurd.1.County. K. Powell., In"a I,CHtme.(r., IH thiire non'*' Hoof{ Taints Creosote

will eat. The proportions) have varied iilirfiiHiit' : :: : ,, I mid will:I .liihu Hell)\:I nr,puhllo I').:'ls.uey II :aiiollon:, ..t iii.,I In:'Trimof sin.feuuiuiLs & Oil,
from '
two to six pounds'of hulls to one ihii Court I house iiiMir' at '(Ituis.II'Ic, rlorhluilurliijt ,
pound of nwul. the best results! having Ito legal hours of unto, oil tile Black Varnish]., etc.

been obtained on three to four pounds XIKHT :\lOxn.IX MWKMIIKR, A. P., lee,

of bulls to one of meal. For long feedIng to tha hlclii-nt mid!hot bidder, for iinnh. the t..l.! Write for Catalogue Samples: Prices etc
periods and, rnpld gains this la a howl tic diiHrril..lou, real imtAte) nltiiHtiM| In the
Coiiinv ol I llievurd .and, Hutle. of Fliirldii, ,,,1.1:
most excellent ration.Southern CoiuiiMiiu'liitf Ht pidntHlx 'hundred, suit chsty 'rII} A11M1TAGE MAN UF'G CO.
:: ;: : I" : :
feet tent It from meander iiornern of heat kills ,
I Eleven nuil !Fonru' >eii, thenie' runnlnir ",,,.t to.lIhll..I.III..II'
Fall tardCnin.For .;. I :1200 tomoo: 'VIJIIIIIIIHlturJ Av '. .
OPPOSITE CITY PAKK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. >II..tw.o"t' (Juts anil mint frnutionnl : { JUCII1Hnsn. VA.
RATES fall crop Irish potatoes should )I'lnt of I"l'inn, PM'veil hllllIt oil r..t. niiir
II $2.50 and upward. DODGE CULLEXS.WESTMORELAND be planted about the middle1 of or lei*).. thence vixilb t on nnid', I lino I I Iliren liiiiidmimid
July or thirty feet ti ..n.... mint to Intuit of I"India
I st- the 1st of August. Ruta bngas should RI Cur, thfixre, north alonir Imnk of .,,101 rlvnrthniu :
.HO"TE-L be sown the game time. Onions shouldbe hnnilroil, ,. Hint I thirty) (set, and to the |...hll SYSTEM ;
nay and Cedar. Streets. of te't I liinlim, [ nud oonialnluK: I I' 5)''x nurtin, insure PLANT
:
set Aug. 1 to 15. beets and lettuce leii.aiid lii'lntf a fractional part. of wt frai'lloi

JACKSONVILLE. FLA. middle of August. beans and English al lot 111.0. Maui hull fourteen. Towimhlp thirty, .
Him Hi : It tugs lhlrtyiulit, hOist
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open. peas latter part of August/ -about the ft. L. OAIJMFV.

ed this Fine and SOtli-rndlahes and red top turnips Hporlnl Alimtor The Irent Through Car Lino from Florida.-Connoctlrtns
season. cooking Rood; table. Hot and Cold Water OKO.: M. ItoHIIINH. !
about Sept. 1. Cabbage teed should j>e III Icht.r li. Coinpluliinnt. .
r BiM'i2uoClniiiccry '
To the East vIII nil rail. The Atlantic Const 1.lntl. via Charleston Richmond(
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All sown when 'bngns are and transplanted ,
and Washington. The 8outli rn Railway,'via Havannah! Columbiaand
street cars pass the door. Rooms BOc() 7/)o and *1 a day. Rooms and ns soon as large enough. Tomato Snit and W".hlolton.

board. 2.00 to $2.0 per day. and slips set should the ,middle be cut of from August.! spring. /Nearly vine To the West !Southern' Ivy via Jon up, Atlanta find Clinttnnoofro, The L JEr.

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. nll.theMual .spring.., vegetables can be NDER AN!) HY VlltrrR: OF A nRC'IIF.JjJ N, viII Montgomery. The Him them U'y via Savannah, Columbia.(
U of forentoHiirn,' and silo entered' In llm <.1 lu'. and llltevlll The M & O R'y via Montgomery.;
grown ns well In full. A little care milt Court of the
Heventh .1 iii lehiul ('I.lInlt
will be needed for some of them to geta of Florhla fur llrevard Cuunly, '', I In IKMIIIHO tin ..... To the East t vll stpllln"lll' | Via f Havnnnah and. Ounan S S Co., for New York,

Duval Hotel JACKSOXVILLE, FLA. start If It be a little dry. Buncombe In .deiomllnir| wherein Miner W. I :helms l la linn plillmlolphla and 1 lloston. via Havnnnah) und Merchants[ A Miner
plnlnnnt' anil! Mnry K. Kowmiin I.. defeinlttiit. I Trnnapoi'tutlon Company for Ilitltlmom..
cabbage Is the best and will stand will Mil at pulilln Hiietlon I In front. of llm four
Hiinno door, In Tltuiivlllu, t 'lorldu,'' upun the To Key Went and Havana via Port Tampa, and Peninsular Occidental! Stnamshlpn S
winter. A nice salad bed be had!
may To Nova Nrotlu
llrntnn and
Prince
Caps Kdwardn Inland via houston anil Cnniida
1 Opposite postofHoe. Centrally located. by mixing turnip with mustard and, FIKST MONPAY IN: NOVEMBER, A. I)., IINH, ,
Thoroughly repaired and re Atlantic a\llll'lIllIt :Steninnlilp: line for Halifax lluwknabiiry CluahiottostOWnwx1"J.L.IJIrL ; ,
novated. Newly furnished sowing lat of September.-Georgia Cultivator. dllrlllK flue loin'I Iiourn of mile., ami% to tlm hliilent .
throughout. Liberally conducted . and l test bidder. for", ...h. the following'' | lien,
Rates $2.0; day and '.rll,.... mal, estate ultnatml (In Krevard {'out I
I per up. V. : : TOUrI.XSTSrXOJIm'TS: :: : :
"-Inohl... to.wlt, 1 ..t i I.,.. flit..r III'M' satan ,'fli
I B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. HOW'H This of i; the'Town: ,of'M.til'irii'ci; ; (,i,r"inji-to-the-plofanlil ',;' will he on Kale thrnituhout the Northern Eastern Wonturn and Southern States to-
..
town In ,
reuordHd tha ( .k' olllne "t
Dnlhuirewarli Ilravardf.....nty; xnlil land l.iilnir) I In Townaliltwenty .. all FLOItlDA UKHOUTN, via the Plant Mystem, during the Hinmon of IIHNMUOl) Urn-
We offer One Hundred ) ''''llic| (::11*). South|ItanKe tlilrly-noven. (;n"" I toil t.) return until May :ill at, with liberal stop-over pilvllednci Klorlda

The Traveler's for any case of Catarrh that cannot be Kant. AddrBHHes (if thirties In the north sent to the uIII"rMIIlIlI1.1 l will bo liberally\ sup
Hotel. cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. FHKDKRICK;: A. MOKOAN: plied! with Information, and hnndaomo ailveilining matter
CoininliiHloiiar III .
F. J. CIIBNKY & Co., Props., Toledo, OWe : Clusututury.lEO.
( M. ItOIIHINS, F. M' Jolly Division
the undersigned/ have known K. Hollcltorfor ('olll, IRln..nt.Jo/ ,. "o" PaNsengfir/ Agent.

}l.R! N. GARCIA, Proprietress. J. Cheney for the last 15: years and believe Q 138 West Day, St., Astor lllock Jacksonville, Flu.,

him perfectly honorable In ailibuel- HIierill'M Hale.UNPfcR vV. WrOn n raiMuiiKor/ Trunio SfiiiiiiRor, Miivnnnah, On.

JACKSONVILLE:: FLORIDA. ness transactions, and I financially) able to W, B. DENHAM General
Suprrlntotulcnt Savannah Oa.
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Electric carry out any obligations/ made by their
Lights Electric Bells Complete Service. .
: AND BY VIUTI'K OF AN KXKCIT .
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firm.West nut the Circuit Court of thus
THE BEST 2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IX FLORIDA A Traux Wholesale Druggists./ Seventh Judlidal rirnultof. Florida. for lire

Welding, Klnnan &Marvin, Whole- vard. 1 County: ." coiiiinaiidlnK" me that of the gouI5
-M'ake car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Traveler's. sale Toledo and clmlUflu, laniln and teneninnt of .). JIriuly" Virginia Homes
Druggist O.
Bower I reuse to 'Iw made tha mini of l ns.Mlwhlobnurah
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is falcon internally! :. Mel", rtrl.t ly rni'overedaKnIiiiihim 't
In laid Court. III.v..I., ... upon and will
HOTEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE FLA.Opposite acting directly on the blood and mucous sell at imhllo auction In front of the Court _

St. James Hotel. surfaces of the system.' Trice. 7':>o. house .''''''. at Tltunvlllo, florlila. during. | tI.. You learn all about Lands
Virginia/ << ,
'1''llIlIon-
bottle; sold by all druggists. legal honn of sale, upon the

Oosenlent to all parts of the city commodious rooms comfortable and ials free. FIRST MONDAY IN DF.CKMBIJR, A. !>., lila). Its resources' products mmlo of oultlvatlon

uomelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas Hall's Family Pills are the best. to the hlKhont. ant best hIder for cash, the fut- prices etc., by reading tho

ant stay. Bates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jackson lowlnirdmicrllied. ret l .....tat nHuated at I>HIIIIna. Vlrjflnlu Former. Mend lOots.
yUle. In the County of Drevard, and! Biate of >1or-
Notice. -ti-whit for 3 months. subscription to the
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MRS. M. O. FIXLET, Propr. All:of lot oi.el I), two(2)). three //.T) ant four(4) Farmer Co. Va.
of Hoctlon '....IIt'.t...... (M3): In .rD..II.hl".e..n Kmporla
VrOTirK" IS EHEJIV HVKNTirAT ON MOX1 ty-Uve ((lib). aonthi! ; Hangs l"lrty..l.! (yuV) ea..t.
Corner Duval] and Clay Streets, 1\ day April Int.llnal run, I "hall; yrawnc myaurnnnri : ". lauil therein which has li..rnt GLENWOOD HOUSE JACKSONVILLE far ,.ettlenient, anil apply. .old. by the defendant. III exmiurmn to (the rol.i The Largest and Most Com
FLA. .
tor my rlmrne an uilmliiMtratrl of t"a.. i partleai Tn A. L. Averlll} Sty deedirilB.l .....
tat of Nathan tlalln l..r.. tIeeqasetI. l, "
< tn the r In book A." Z and tinto P. K plete Establishment South.
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County Judge uf llrevard County at Tltunvllln, Tuck: ; bv deed: :. IilC'n:: : hook "111''." at .
Rates, $1.50 per day. Special] rates by the week or month. Good JflorK a. 21111) i to T V. Flutfin by deed recordeil. in r.k

table. Hot and cold water bath, etc. Ten minutes from Depot M. Ro....'-'.. SARAH H.Administratrix.Attorney SAUNDIHIS.Qrn. ."N.I_,"' at at pane I patte:.!and to:I SIr by,..deed Mary! renordeil E. Hryan.In by txMikcept deeireenrdml GEO S. HACKER & SON,

for Administratrix. lOaiig-Umilm, III "book "011." at paSs let: anil .*aept
and Postofflce. the rliht-iif-way! of the Horliiu KaKtCowt lull'"
Mns. CARL C. weT Company: ami the lot d....crlli :d "In book
CURTISS Proprietress.
Chancery Hale. "I)" of Wort*.**, at ""1.(. m.p

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ST. AUOUSTINi NItEft AND. BY VIRTUE OF A IIKTHEK M. Bomtma.Attorney .
U of form liMiirc and sale. ..nt<'ra.lln the C'Ir- fur I'lalntlfTIn Exenntkm. nr3-30 I V
cull Court of the Hevanth Ju"lllul ClronltB.n
..f .l.la. In and fur ltvHr (' M".... in&i.MIMthoreln -- --
FLORIDA HOUSE ST. ALTOUSTIXE, FLORIDA. I p..nuii,'.r'..'hln-W"-Ia.tr'K;; Graham-U rr Subscriber, your attention U drawn For catalogue and price addressBIIW.JEROME
comIflelnani soil W. II. )ftlcFarUml I el al aral to the Dam oand-Iate slip f>aated upon
of lb. Court Hviua ditor In TltuavIJto, florlila' your paper or wrapper. if you are la ,
Centrally located. Passenger elevator. Steam lient. Porcelain fcathn. upon theFIRST arrears plea. ** remit.I
Rock lodge KU.) for llrevard Co.
Rates and the MONDAY: lf DECKMnaIL.A.I>. --- Agt.,
$2.00, $2.50 ,$3.00 per day. Open entire )rear Liberally IIMO
than daring the legal 'hours of nail,tn the highest' and 00 YEARS' Agent for ii
conducted. Capacity 250. More Fifteen Thousand Dollars was
bent Clrtiler for a...)., til* following. ilewritxtilrral EXPERIENCE East: Coast for the Globe (ice Engine/ .
expended this summer on this hotel. Every modern Improvement that estate sail butuilnin anil IflhIroVemiflim|
tbaraon 'situtiasil In tlm Tuwn uf Tltuavlllo, Hr.- -- -. --
contributes to the Health, Comfort and Pleasure of Guests ban been :, vant unty, fli.rliU, uvwit.ttrlng : MANUFACTURERS OK
tin northern p.rt of 'lot one (l>an. Known -
added, regardless of expense. F. C. HATDEX, :Manager. on the. map of Joynnrvllle, whlnh !5 recorded In Doors Sash Blinds ..-
-_ tha office of She Clerk; of the Circuit CoorSof ,
"reva.d l County and bolnir' 1 S pan of the 'Inror.porated .
-.FROSTI.VO ox THE PLAZA... town uf TltuaTllla. iloocrlhe-l' m. follow'. :
& Material
ALGONQUIN HOTEL }Kralmilnir 5 t low water mark on Indian Hirer at Moulding Building

ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. the North Ijutt: corner of ....hl lot one run viutbFollowlDK TRADC MARKS) JeiZycSEEDSI :
wl>l low water mark Mtventythnw'eet. DesiGNs
.more or'leM, tn the north HIM of that l loS of Office: Warerooms. King ..oppositeCannon
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Everything first-clam.] Centrally ]located. Special attention to Commercial f'turn conr ml liy Walter 5. Orsha* to Klmerfa CCPVRIOHTS' &.c. fftreet.Charleston .

:bults. tlxn.'e ran went along lb. Berth boundary As.Vflfl.SAI1h'C s.k.t.bsndtMs.ucvirimu'r:: "::. marqnlrt.ir
and Tourist Travel. Large, well-lighted Sample Rooms. Grand of aaiil !Krholu l Ian", now the property of J, ....ti.'in sewrt.uum,I peobsi..'? _","...... f 'oomunIre.skin. r'anin } ] S. C.
W. Terry to the east Xilo of Flrrt utraet. thence ..srthufll4SlIt I "ii. UMMiiKmaonl-al."WI
View ot and Ocean from verandahs. 'Rates $:J to $2.A) per day. tide of 4/l'l_ tot _ro..., .elenM.fituiil IU
Bay ran north along the EMI Fine "street" la > ?> fro* finer I grow J>OI,ID" .rope ....... .. Usey're
the:. NonhwMt corner of Mid lot one of JoynerTllle tun tbriMioll MUFIO A (:u. ren>l*.
Special weekly] and monthly rates. thence run cant alone the north line of aMotone ttnl weird, wiihoat oti.','. in tie Sash Weights Cord and tr""b and .'..,. ... ...... ror

NOEL A. MITCHELL Manager. which ii,also II,. south line of the land Scientific Jlm rican.A U .1. ....''''...r.. lI.fl/ ,.....belUO....
of 0.... )I. Robblne. "'lbe point of hrtrlnnlnK. .
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__ ._ n '_ Also the riparian right* and submerged laailwrtalnfng huud.nm.Iy' flhuu.i'ated ....._,... far.s.. ....- Hardware. RibS 10 I..d. ant pro.p.r.Iwsl .
In laid lot Tbe forecolQK la siua.L.d .1..Ion( vt 5eV ....."".. J.usa.. ......... $5 a $esd Aooo.1 I,... Wrlt for U.D. .
l In government lot three of IleetJ..n" To...- ( Ii. *.ild b sJhf.w.d.ialavs.IIIUNM .
.r i mooS.
ADVOCATE does Job hip 2'l" float*; RanreM paa1.JLkLIEKICK Window and Fancy GlasrA N. 111151 CO.. osott.Mics.
Remember Printing. : A. MOROAN & Co 3eiBr..dwsy.-New York .

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8 EAST COAST ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 2, 1900. .

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To Hotel Proprietors, DEMOCRATIC W. CARROLL W. E. GOLDSMITH E. L. : :RA2: Y &;, seO.

To Commission Merchants, In obedience to the Carroll chi Colds i th -DEALERS iy- ,

To Storekeepers, and others...,.. National Democrat / ,
mass meeting o' Democrats -Dealers In- GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
If want to get good result I ,
,; yon over the United {states, on
advertise In the October 27ih, Titusville GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for AIAPES FER1'ILIZEn.Ve !*.
enthusiasm and gave a \ deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all\ consumers.

i EAST COAST ADVOCATE, stration, in the Opera house Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage Solicited. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.

In favor of the national TITUSVJLLK. FLORIDA. E. L. BRADY &; BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
TITUSVILLE, Indian River, FLORIDA. meeting was held under the ._
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4 ,i The ADVOCATE circulates extensive the Uryan and Stevenson -

1'' ; throughout the orange, lemon, pineapple Club, and the president, COUNTY COMMISSIONER RObbinsGrabaniCo INSURANCE Protect Your FIRE
'iJ vegetable and IUI Hoctionii off Wager, and secretary, Mr. .
f f Florida an well OH throughout every left no stone unturned to FORT PIERCE, Oct 20!), 11.J00. / Property Against >
i Mute In the Union. It l I. known as the sion one of enjoyment and (Incorporated.)
ri "IMnk Paper of Florid. ." The Club was fortunate In Kant Coast dvocate. x..XG-EJTN'XN'G-. C7YCILONLS.
I The East Coast of Florida! has of lion. John C. Jones of Sir Please PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00.
allow
Home me a small
them, to whom they : I represent! all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
the finest hotels tho United States In
: your newsy, popular and widely I This
company owns Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
Invitation to address the
j and nearly hotel III 1
overflowing
every pink paper to say that the .
Invest. Safe & Co. of Philadelphia Pa.
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I with tourists. during l the winter NOW tusvllle on the political Issues In the Held for the office of I XILT. HD S Deposit Surety ,
it IS YOUK TIME TO ADVERTISE. Give Invitations were also extended commissioner. R. A. Conk- I ;. For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address. CHAS. S. SCUUTLER,
,fi tho AnvocATHyour and you will not D. L. Uaulden and Mayor A. of 1'lI1man-la well and favorably In the Indian River Country; On the St. f Titusville, Fla.

regret It. Our ofllcd in a kind of Bureau both of Titusville.Promptly to hundreds In Brevard county, Lncie liver; at New River and on Bay
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: 4 of Information. For ratcit" eto address at eight o'clock is a man well worthy your choice. -
speakers entered the hall, and ConklIng la a good business Blscayae Prices to suit the times. FACTORY.
'. Advertising Manager, THE) ADVOCATE, man, INDIAN RIVER ICE
River Band which
j Titus vi lie, Fla. an ( although he only has one arm, he Is Send for Land List.
. of the best In Florida,) played of the most successful farmers on TITUSVILLE FLA.
ing national air. Alter the River lie la as much Interested Offices at Titusvillo\ and Miami, Fla.
i !' had IS prepared to furnish Ice In quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
I BIRTHDAY, WEDDING applause subsided }II' /giving our people /good roads, as Is the any
:. troduced, as the first I have known him for some CEO. M. ROBBINS, F. A. MORGAN paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
...and... meeting, and he is and President. Actuary.
as upright conscien
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T. T WETMORE, Proprietor.

i Anniversary Presents.JEWELERS eloquently Mayor Penney upon Imperialism, who spoke a give man him as you your and vote In on this Nov.county.Oth, Brevard Abstract of Title Co. --- -

and at Its conclusion was \ will It.ANOTHER. ,
not

!: !!: rppUuded. The next you regret; : VOTER. WILL FUR.'i'18HAbstracts of Title ROBT. L. MOTLOW,

lion. John C. Jones, of
Bad Coast Adaoratei COCOA and TrTTTsvrr.T.T1.. FLA._
was received with enthusiasm --- -- ----
i ........ .V ILLE FLORIDA,. -FOll LANDS IN_
1 9r "" .v. ,
the of wish to call the attention of the good
up question
I \J junction, and bundled it In a of Brevard county to the Brevard County.Office Four full Quarts Whiskey DELIVERED 83.20
way. Mr. Jones closed with of lion. It(>bt. A. Ilardee for under
.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH Law Office of ,
""J .. ,,, attack upon the Imperialistlo, Commissioner for the fourth ..
(EO. M. --- --- - ----------- -
/ ROBBINS
of the republican party, and lie represented the county In ,
'Ito}I .'I Brewing A sso's, dire results If the republican FloiliU Legislature In 1873, and was Tirusvii.LB:, FLA.
, '! should bo carried out an several terms County Commissioner,
speaker WAS given clone he is very familiar with the du- Jas. Pritchard c& Son.
Famous St.1.(1111"( Keg and Hottlo'd was frequently applauded. of inmlisloner. He has always East Coast Meat Market
,\ j r', Jtcer.. Jones. had concluded his stirring/ / satisfaction, and discharged all his
,.' .... the chairman Introduced the all HO officer in a manner to please
Bold
, Mem. t us
by Htev Motlow,, (U. F. DUREN, Agent.
,''r TltuiiTllle, 'Fla. last speaker of the evening. people. __=osiers: :Irs.: __
By Mr. n. I.. Motlow,Cocoa, Fla. Judge D. L. Oaulden, who Is in the race for the good of the ESSTITUSVILLE -
I
ttj Mr. W Turker flerou, ,.'Cocoa 1... nnilFurt ed with rousing cheers. He and to make good; toads. He III'
a few minutes but In that of our oldest citizens and knows the en- -.
managed to a deal. people of the county and their
, ., JOSEPH ZAPF say great
Ism was his principal theme, and will do his utmost to man -
made some telling! points when the finances so us to keep down all Hardware

'.. Sole Agent. of our present. attitude toward expense, and, at the name time, -
II pine". Judge Gaulden walt be progressive/ and give us good ,
010 to MO West Bay Street, applauded, and closed his and good educational facilities. r +
dress with an appeal to the will be the right man in the right,: O=:
L JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Hrovard county to do their and every Democrat should lay _. en- Box 21.2'Tituaville
Oth of Nov. pre J"dlce" and give him his vote
More music was furnished Democratic. primary on Nov. Oth. en. b
Ow1'! Choice dian River Band, after which DEMOCRAT.CHURCH : FLORIDA. :: : F orid.a.otIa : .

: I Wines,Llquore ing adjourned and the .. I __ '_
I their homewards perfectly ----. -- -- -- --- --.. ---- ---------- -
d and Cigars with the way occasion. NOTICES. rrIIe'I'Iii'ee) 1VI1y&'".+ SS" ..- 3I

t't Guaranteed Pure. J. A. Hughes/ will\ hold services --
Sold at reduced COUNTY /. next Sunday morning, the WHY KILL YOUR MOCKINO'BIRD W The Opportunity may come to few or many to Inspect a
price inst. with stale food, when you can I
Fall
t choice assortment of
i : PROCEEDINGS. will be services In the Presby- buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird I
L nportwlwlp
n chinch, TitusvilU, next Sunday, Food fresh every day at 2c; per lb.; sent I I
; Toka from Win Italy, .TITUSVILLE, Oct. 27 .: Sunday School 0:45: ; a. m.; anywhere lOc extra to pay fieight. I NOVELTY- DRESS GOODS,

The Board of County at 7 p. m. J. A. Hughes, WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER! ,

John B. Togni met In special session, when| you can get a bottle of In Black and Colors, such as Poplins, Crepons Satin-Soleil, Venetians\ ,
tion lid), Election Laws of n. F. Brown will\ hold Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaran 11
Metropolitan: Saloon, 121: East Bay St ent: J. R. Walker, chairman; .services on Sunday: nest in St. teed to cure for tide<> .1 ON SALE THIS WEEK,(Will you be one ? ]

del, It. A. Conk Unit, .1. N. chinch, Cocoa, lit 10:00: ". m.,

f \V olMU JACKSONVILLE aDd Retail ?,..FLORIDA. The Siewait following. clerk;business J. P. Brown was ::3Q In p.St.m.Gabriel's( church, Tltusvllle, tle WHY\ of Thomas'suffer ACHE,Headache from when a you splitting Cure can,get that IIEAD-a bot-will .1I I Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville Fla. I II)

to-wIt 1 : Ladies' Aid Society of tho Metho- cure you in short order for tile ( Fut nlture, Dry Goods, Shoes.
The following persons were church will meet next Wednesday \
HOTELS BOARDING HOUSESAND to the registration books: A. II. It. THOMAS,
Cnr'.lohnson. at 3 o'clock at the residence Chemist & Druggist. LaVilla Pharmacy l ,- ----a II3 s.1 3 3vdd i'1Lddd sPfCatkl
OTHERS.If A. D. Penuey. A full attendance Jacksonville Fla.
The attention of the Hoard / is dust red. -
been called to the faot that 1"S.
'.: ficial ballots prepared and and City Point.-Rev. A.
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<'t11'i: -"" the ballot boxes and delivered \ will D. V., preach next The Bicycle {Hospital GAY BROTHERS'

;4. r.i1'i";.'.. ;" spectors of election In the v a 1"1 at (Il.mloeville\ at 10( 1\. m., and
cincts mistake had Point at :2. m. Sabbath school
a p.
r.'t ,
.....: Is where wheels" of descriptions\ are
'I:': "'- printing of the name of one of Point at :3 o'clock p. m.
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repaired on the tthortcHt notice, at;
-.r.s.wR dotes, for Rallrnud : PALATKA, FLORIDA.
are invited t? attend preaching at moderate charges. GROCERS.
von want Frnull and Bait a'tr.r.,.h. Oysters, titled to the Board by the ( MetluullHt chuich, next Sunday, ; at Up-to-date wheels tot hire at all times.
Green Tnrtln.flUfa toe. II : )N, Wholesala State, In that the name o'clock and
7 morning evening,
and Retail Kl' .li and O.mter ('<>IIIVHIIV rood More Is printed on said ballots
of Uoeau St.,and City Market,Jacksonville. Fla. the *' pester, Kev. .J. K.: Mlckler, Sun- We make a Special Feature of our
the certified to by
name
School at 10 a. in. Prayer meeting
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State, Is Lambert M. Ware. On
evening at 7 o'clock.
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rJllO l31.e"'\VOll'y(110'Veat It Is ordered that new ballot Mail Order Department.Knowing
prepared, sealed up and sent out on" attending the Indian River .
... Hay St .Jock ollvUJe, ng tn law, and that the Association, will piy only one
FINE containing the errnnous ballots" ono-fourth fares to Cocoa.. Tickets how difficult It is In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
up and returned to the Hoard. \ be on sale on Thursday, Nov 8th to CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled
tl Wines Liquors and Cigars. On motion, It wan further The Body opens Friday, the !>th, promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.We .
the chairman wire the Secretary ", with a sermon by Dr. Stan- carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and bare
i Aabenaer-Busch Extra Palo on Draught. to forward election\ certificates of Lemon City, WOWLIXG & HATCHER. many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.

Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally., supplies by first express, and 12 Laura street, Jacksonville. B3T-'SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
The bust of Service and a plnasunt, quiet such supplies cannot be A Generous Offer.
that tho chairman be authorized
sesort. JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr.a .
them printed here Flot'I.ISnllp, Works of Jackson MAINHARD BROS., Invested In our Contracts
The Board then adjourned has donated box of its celebrated
CANCER : again on October .IlIth: !> of snap, Rico, to each of the three $1 no Payable $1.25 t per week
CURED at HOME October 2\ th.-The Board met : charitable Institutions In the Cleaning g and Dyeing for 1O4 weeks

session; full Board prettent. namely, Sister Mary Ann's orphan Will
NO KNIFE: NO AIN. The supplies for the Daniel Memorial I Orphanage and St. Establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing Return $240.
'Semi for free boolt. AI.I., ....., arrived, the Hoard filled and Hospital says the Times-Union, cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. You
bAllot boxes and delivered them Citizen. In making the donation
Cancer Sanitarium, sheriff to be distributed to the Richardson Investment Company, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

BBLLEVIKW, FLORIDA pieclncts. owns the soap works, has advised
un_' The Board adjourned to meet of each of the three Insti For Sftlo. Mutual Fidelity Co.
ular session on Thursday Nov. .. that It will pay (1 rush for every ,

NEAR & TAYLOR Rico wrappers that they may At Daytona, on the Halifax, six acres
),,,, My attention being called to to collect and deliver at Its office choice hammock land cleared, fenced of Baltimore, Md.
"'i ng of the above motlou made one year from date of offer. and partly set with orange trees. 000. M. J. SLIGH
ti Artesian WellCONTRACTORS Manager for Florida.
,
.- Board of County Commissioners One-half cash, balanced per cent.
:".t!: J. '\ justice to the printer printing the Profanes. a Thanksgiving nay. Address, No. 8 I'ark Building/ Jacksonville, Florida

'' .1 l : I desire to say" that the mistake COURTLAND BCCKMAX: .
u. t ')' governments of New South Wales, u -- --
I I' made In printing but In making ; 22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.
f I' ct., ) A ticket. JOHN R. ,\" New Zealand and Tasmania
if i\ r"\\ L 't' /! Eau Gillie, Fla. Chairman Hoard Co. Com agreed to recommend to the I m- If In poor health consult Dr. Vincent, E A. W A D D H LJ
} that a date lin fixed
i v'.n.m..nt Mohawk building. Jacksonville. _Fla.___ ,
tne n.
throughout c.mjjiio on

Have you Your Hotel registered In the THE CITY OF KEY of the South African war VISIT the moat peculiar and Interest- Cosmopolital Real Estate Office,

International Hotel and Tourist Bureau Ing sight In America. . .
Mr( John Ferguson, of the for Sale,
) of UostonP and Occidental Steamship Line \ THE FLOItIDA.Ostrich BUREAU of INFORMATION for CITY of MIAMI

If nut, Attend to It at once, and send a sonville, passed through; or part of Dale Cottage Place,
._ of circulars be distribu day, en route to Eau Uallle and 0. Otterbcln University la and I>a to County
*age your Farm Co. general. Loan and Collection Agency.
al, to look for the steamer City ) in the town of Westerville, Ohio.
ted. Also West, of which they could gain Is noted, and acknowledged to '
Place your advertisement In the able tidings as to her safety, the of the best and moat thorough In Agent for the "aluable TUTTLE ESTATE: lands, located at Ft. Lauderdale,
CATS having published a report I pf learning in the country JACKSONVILLE.rly IlallnniUle, ulford, Ojus, Biscayne, Little River, Miami, Cocoanut Grove
BOSTON HOME JOURNAL week's Issue that she had lost la located I In the heart of the and CuUer; also the, Estate of Du. CUTLER, besides many desirable water
der and lay disabled off! district; It Is a modern, up. fronts; Fruit and Vegetable Lands of all sizes on East Coast and chain of
1 through which this Bureau Is conducted.' that the Jacksonville tug, Three : town of nearly 3niO( Inhabitants; Keys to Key West. Orange and Phosphate lands on West Coast.
Write for full particulars. had gone to her assistance. from the capital city of Ohio,

W. WALLACE WAUGH, Manager. }Ir, Ferguson, returned here with Columbus both by For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
morning, saying that, after.iv and electric cars at short Intervals I ARMOUR A; CO. Fertilizers
1JH: Summer street, baton, Mass: Eau: (iallle to Canaveral, he hour In winter and twenty min Chicago, AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, Chicago
--- -._- through the sand, scrub and In summer, giving one all the ad Ir Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA.
tance of about the miles, and of the city, with none of its 1 ,
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Citizen's Barber Shop. covered the City of Key West I Ii features; It lighted by an-I -
i tug Three Friends, at anchor The citizens are of the ( ESTABLISHED 1875.
Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving tight of Canaveral, and about anti every in way Is a
., Shampooing etc., Porcelain Hath Tubs evening, after anti most desirable place for \7Vro. :SO-o-eS
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0'clookI1l0nd.1 CO.
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Jsu 'ythinguptodateatreasonablerates.I. a bit, the City and educating the young.,
II. COLEMAN, Proprietor. West started for Jacksonville, In Cottage Place consists of eleven
13: Halo street, Jacksonville! Fla. the Three Friends fronting the University: grounds on __ GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND. FERTILIZERS
Between the train, steamer and right In the heart of ,
boat the sand !and water \ \ The owner will dispose of ,
Dontt: throw away your money buying trip, 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
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/get to the ocean and back and rather than all\, at a figure low
a psent medicines Dr. Vlnreut's; advice Nearly aril rfgnntto birds Standing S to 10 test. W. handle only the best and
induce such moat reliable
wild to
alas 1 Is worth a gallon of' "cam all" ing of rattlesnakes and people desiring high, weighing!: sail to Inv pound rau-.ti. Ontrlcbnmw. Corn, Oats Flour Seed..A complete stock tiny*
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toff. Write him at Jacksonville. his chase for the lost steamer, to make It an object.; cfrir.oetrlch sitting and baby ottrichM dark at Bran Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal. both bright and
/guson has had a thrilling/ tale to further Information address, jam hatched wholeaale. State agents for Tyge""Allen Fertilizer Co.

-e- Reading notice ads. on this page Chas.. L. Myers, the chief of the ; DALE COTTAOE: PUACK, tniritw!:al escort about visitors
Mrejlve cent.per line per week. /Steamship Line. Box 50, Westerville Ohio. plumaga. eta. .uperlor LD the market,sad a trial wilt.h.COQYloco.Sulphate Send,for Kaln UWOCW.. .e.t.Tb..._ (.rtill.ers bYe DO








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