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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 16, 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: UF00075918:00098
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS t1r" Deed blanks sold at this (1t1it'e. TRY I IvNOX'S OILKNK; It m the best KNOX'S/ OILKNE is the stuff.A SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. AMONOTHEHOTELS.

-Note the mocking bird food ad. on thing out.Father Hoi'no v Geo. M.\ Robblna has been

And Topic!! of General Interest. our Mb page.: O'Boylo has been spending a at Palm Hunch a day or so this week.Mr. Tho :School lloiud mot on Nov. "til iiiul8tll Thin AIIVOOATK U now on file at all
the best hotels In Now Yoik
JUST) RECEIVED oaiload of Lime and few days In town. Clias. Wolf, n well-known pineapple IInd I tliosti 1 piOHOiit woui $. .. Ilbbs 1 I city.

Cement. G. F. l'A1>OlSOS, Eau Gallio.Mrs. -Mix* Km tin Munahaw, left )lion-. glower, of JeiiHon, wits in town n cliidrinau; R 1 K. Minis, ..Johll1.: 1H suit, Whero to stop along the East Coast.
Reading notice ads. are ten cents ,hiiiuilnteiulout' I John I II. :Saiiium1; miccietaiy. ,
Wednesday, for JLytomIInd; other couple days' or HO tills week, at teiidliii Seo lint of hotels on 7th page.Vboid .
line this Albert A. Tnylornnd two Miild-. .
per on page. court and I gavo till Ai>Vt>OAiK otllcv 1\
ron, of Cocoa were In town a ghoitwlilleon pl.iues. call. Ani.ing other ImslncsH tranmictcit tlie.Siii \ to tiip In 'TltiiHvllle Sue TltUHvlllo -
pleasant;
Clean sidewalks and trim \
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up your TuCMd.iy. -Mr. 'V. W. Russell of the Sebastian your trees. -Mr. J. T. 1 )\\lInlllk,... piesldont of the
-Quite a large. crowd wero attracted and Clncinnatns Fiums, i Is now leslding of Kchimls, anti It wits our 7lh pnga. $
-Read "Galveston's Destruction" on the In New York city. First National Blink of :St.: Augustine i (OI'lII..I-'I'lu\t school No. 2>4, Iloua-
our 7th on streets Tuesday mottling to viow 1\11'.00.( F. Miles, president of "I':. C. 1. vent I mo" be closed I tho attend.nice >"lng0" Tho PiMicoik I Inn, Coconnut Grove I I.
page. a man on stilts lIe was tulvciUsing the -Mr. M. S. Saws one of Courtney's ilbbs of now nnd toady to react vu guoHt
C. & T. Co., and Ml. Geo. W. \ linn leipilred by the regiilntioim.That open
-Mr. Chas. F. GIfford of Vcro, gave Pathllndcr cigar.The well-known orange jtl'IWt'rll.'IS In town St. Autinsllne I accompanied' bv two th.. sit lii my ol tho Icncbci, ot, Xo. Ill r. L. (\ Un..h. of Cincinnati hiss

us a short call batuiday./ lId came AnvooATF: him received culls 11 couple of tUys this week.Mr pionilm-nt 001)1| llnllstH, 'ti tests. IYllk..r \", :11!I bo rhangeil I to tU: i per' month I for, l Iho been 111'1'0Inll..lllllY clot it 'at I Hotel Ralhbnti -

up with the ballot box. fiom many of Its Indian ltiver and! noitliein ,- .-: L. C. :Mooie of n..II.II\I. "ciiniiup \ iind J \\ lhi kiuuitit, of.Spiing/ .lei" m .1.Ini'ksiMivlllo.Meliosii, .

-Mr. Geo. A. Saeger a prominent friends I tills week. They ale always III Ills launch Momlato' attend to Held MIIKH.i iiiilvinl I I I In town \\ (tul uucsul.ty, Tlial I tho 11.111111'.. of t ito aoheiM olCoroii
plceapple: grower of Ankona, paid our welcome to our sanctum. some milt 1t'I'slll i the County Court. :Messm. Miles Walker and Kit kiutnu sth, ,itui, S n.I, bo lalsed to $*,11() poi : i I Hall I I, Oimoixl 1 Is being gotten(
leaving for ltc:k It.uugo ,'Kt tiulay; nfieinoiin. "- In excclh'iit I tiliii for tlm "'"", lul( rnsli of
sanctum a call on Tuesday atloinoon. ) month lot I Iho ,pilnclpal I mid I t in ,pi-i
-Minn Lena Mendel who has been on -!Mr., anti :Mis. .1. <>. Walton lie agiln They caiuu heie i on liiinlticHa i ci.II- month for I tho I Hsslslnnl' fiom, Nov I st. tiiuilsls, Mi.s and Mrs. Suohlo nnd I Mis*

*-Mr. and Irs. R. J. Riles of Jack- a lengthened visit with I her mint, MIH.bchawb at home In South Tit list 1110. hating al'- lied oil witll I lie McKailaiid l I'inlt.i PiotectloiiCo. 'I.hi itt us t Ito ililzcns I i of Cocoa it it vii I l.lpplnoott' hating I rotuineil hum t the
sonvllle have keen at LhLtka this weuk / I. of New Voili, line tinned tithe > ilved beta Wednesday afternoon. Noi tit.
011 ., niiii \puid a v lush I to Homo oloui tel hu'ul to 1'1111011 t lie funds nrccssury tillnlsli

owing to the illness of Mis. Riles' raothoi. much home i to the of pleasuiu her patents of her at fili'tuls.Mr. LaOituigo' ( .Mis. S. YLnlnlldhljtham: : left, beautlliil, outline: grove eHteidityVo n loom for t h" u"o of n nut'Iu.r nHlslnnt p. Malinger J. G I. llust, of Ciinaveial Club,

HOLIDAY SOUVENIRS Palmetto Tin Wiwlitesdny' for St. Aiifinslini>, on a visit \ ucknowledgn n pleamint: : call louchei\ liouo will bo engaged for. loft Kent, ).I'H".II.V.' .. for Chentiir bhoitls,
Pads, loo.; K. MARTIN and It!re. W. It. !hub and, family tn hl'l'dnl1jthlol'11'11.: : H. B. 1J It's, who --- -- --- ---- .. tilt NC boot. with I n bout-loud I of IIlIntlllllllllllllll1lt of

Bovine, Fla. after aneujojnble visit ot a couplet ol IIIIH been I 111.Mr. (Hrtl of Tliikiik. 'Hint I hut I Iltl'IIIILt the Mlnm I m hool, No tlm help, It, get t tlilngH( In rondinoim for
weeks with Cupt and MIH. A. W. Utile .>, bit chiiniied, : I to Nix| months.I tho I opening i of the iii i\b.Ito use.
-The ADVOCATE returns thanks to of this piice, kit foi their home at and :Mis. .Jonoili| Moyor, of T.pe- The l.idles of thdIClhodlllt.. (church 'I'hat MIH.l i I.. L. KobliiHoii bo teiuherofHchoolNo.il
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those who were good enough supply GeOi (;. last. tonla were among \iluendy's BOIIIll-, Mr. A, \\ UodgHuii. chief clerk of
JutownS. on batmd.iy wish to thank tli'mo who HO kindly ald. i :/ : I'll > Point at salary lIf
us with tUe primary election returns last bound pitHHungers, en route ,to Mi.uitl In entcitiiiuniont lust Filduy night $::1);A per mouth foi teiiu. of live montliN h Hotel Ponco do I Leon, who managed\ ( heMagnolliv
-Mr. and MJS. W. S. Branntug, two ()fTltu8vlllo'll I hotel i Magnolia I lii aiiM. the
week. fOI' the wiutei.Mr. ,
.. of hue I
by fit rniuuh i tug/ muslo for the occasion That nn much timillino t i iiinmniIn
left
piomiuent society set, UIIM been visit
-Re.id the ad of Ilanne Bros., wholesale here, on Sunday last for n trip of of HUVeial mid MIH. R. It McCormick and They also wlsb to hunk I I lie Tllusvlllo, I any of I Iho binds bo tiansleiied t<. past with tlll"l1ll1lu Renson, Now Yoiktlly.Miinager enjoying.

liquor and wine merchants Adams weeks which III bo spent in Green Mr. W. F. J. Mofoi'mlek, will leave /Social Club foi t hit uso of the hall. Kurt Plt'ice.

street, Jacksonville, which will be foundon Cove :bpilngs, Jacksonville and !Savan: Philadelphia for their winter home at --- ------ ideled i .I I IIUthfl I order I to rut iso I tin 11. II. Biockwuy" of the AHI!

our 4th page.; nah. Cocoauut Grove this. week. FOR COUNT COMMlbSIONKK.I : walk 1'1'11111 the school bouse at CII Y land )house, New Yoik, nn old! fitond, of 1''
Point to tho publIc loud on n level will rot I' Chits; A. 1Ii1.nltt, proprietor of Hotel
-The colored people of this town helda -Take note' of the new advt of Goo. -Wo aie pleaseil to note that Julia nnnoiiiiLO myself again as candidate; the now 1.,1111I. mean nihcui.Ilte Rut Ii but ii, Jacksonville I I bus huuen appointed -

large rally at the colored school house .F. Paddison of Knit, Gallic on our 4th Htioel and \.V imhliiKton avenue nio being for commissioner for the 1st dlstilct/ bills of tcauliem iind otlu-n( wer ono of the cun itt ittuso of tlueo to non

Monday plight In honor of the reelection page. He sells: all kinds of building material cleared of weeds. Men have been en- Thanking you for your piv..t vote, 1 agali exaiulni'il and doled, paid HN per statomont. Iuntil tho illlcom of tho Now York City

of President McKinley.Mr. ; also deals In orange boxes, vegetable gaged this week cutting down all weeds. solicit tho same If uloclt-il my aim Hotel Association.Mr. .

and Mrs. Orange Howes, who crates, wraps, etc. Mr. Paddlson Mayor John B. tieilly, of Miami, shall bo t'conllll1yln the e"ull'y'lIlIfTILlrlt. letter from )Dr. 'uV. L. Hughlett wan .. Ann S. Loomis chief clerk of
. have been north all the summer, have solicits a share of public pati'onago. who has brett on a trip to Tampa with and advocacy of good rouds.CHAS. read with Htatemeiit. of expendltuios Hotel Alca/iir /Auguntlno who spent
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returned St. where Mr. Wrn. 51. Brown pieoldont of the H. N.\t'ICAN. building/ I the Mchool IIOIIHO at Cocoa awl I
to Augustine, they -Senator Matt. S. Quay ami party of the mi miner at Maiihuttun Uencli, has arrived '
___ ____ ___ lequoRtlng that the committee, be dlitchaiged. -
the winter. Hank of BlBcayne, stopped over n
to 1'ay
expect spend Denver, Pa., passed through hoie, /batur- for tho neiiHon, toot/ thing In
Oideied. that his icquost' lie
short while yesterday en route the Tr... ..
route to theSenltol"S/ winter Prole..th'j( for tho the
day en good slmpo opening on
-Mr. F. E. Bond, of the Bond LumberCo. grunted and that the thanks of time lion I (
., was a passenger on Monday's south- home, St. Lucie, where he neatly always home. bo tvndeiod to him for their clu'urulat-I :l& th. Manager Joseph P. (Greaves I Is OK'

bound train, en route to Jensen, that makes a good record hauling In tarpon. Married, at the residence of Mr. II. A force of men arc engaged Incloslnj tention to and interest III tho work. AlHO I- leotl'.lln St! Angiistlno this wook.Mr .

well-known pineapple section. Ills numerous Indian River frletv'l are J. Shirley, Sunday, Nov. 11, at 4 p. in., the orange trees In Kh'kMldtlroUllll11/ leiiuoHtlng him to stato 'to the old Crayton D. Whltten, who has len
pleased to welcome him here Hg Mr.V.. L. Pass, and Miss Ida Oslmn, with Mcl<'IU'lan,1 protection tents. A of Cocoa) that according\ to time wll hiliI' .
-Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Holmes, of Jensen number of the tents me aliuiidy up aul rons M. II. Peck, at Iho Now Arlington -
the /bun- -With very little liolp fr<, alder both of Tltiisvllle edge I). L. Gaulden Mr. Htnlpmcnt of their committee, asking for hole), PutoHkey 1\1 lI'h., nil the suni-
were among passengers on lend u peculiar appoiiiaiice 1 to Flaglei's -
day's southbound train en route home hands or heads Pied (;tiarnell sou of Jus. performing the ceiemony. The Anvo- premises Till, snowy canvas attincts Iho appropriation I that t they Hhould 1 pay mitt, U again InHtulleil Hotel Windsor,

from a vacation In Michigan and Geor Carnell of guava. fame, hue built awl cArte: Joins In wlsliiug them liuppinvHs tim linmedlnlo attention of JUISSOIMiiiul the amount 11111'.1111 I a X reMit of I hut Hppiopiliitl'iu JnuliHoiivillo, lilt CushIer, whero he will'

gia. equipped a cat boat that would do creditto and pioMperlty. as t lie rows are tegulai t HIM icsem ; and further, they should llnlnl rciinatn for n month< or no'.-until Mr.

a veteran carpcntei. Tho boat Is Ib:' -Most! of our editorial matter was biancoto a minaliiio i camp Is / I the roonirt now I 11'0011I hullS(t. Fi unit I L. llowcn l'OlIlI'IIIIIJOIII hi* viic&-
-Mr. W. n. Mofarland has been on a feet over all, has a beam of 7 feet and left out thin week owing to the crowded striking to the tttuh iii ihate.i.-St. An utlt- 'Iho 1 JltlllI.t! adjoin' ,noil l. to meet tho huh noitli.That .
visit to /St. Augustine /San Mateo' and looks like a cupIoner.OazuttaNews.The columns. Will I all Hist Tuesday i In l'el I'IrIIJlJr.
this week business state of our (111COl"* hue Hoeoid woll known Juoknouvlllo/ hotel,
other places upon i' H >ondents please confine I their I Items to -- - -- -- the James tho of
connected with his fruit protection com- hardware firm of Jas. Piltclnml | bt. mliii her in ultuuigit titan I
& Son, whose ad will be found on our a space not exceeding eight inches, no lr.*vrttNiilv0 Culture ("lul.. BREVARD COUNTY COURT. M II'. J. R. Campbell, expects to open on
pauy.Mr. 8th page; has on hand a /lino stock of I licit, most hamlets on Indian Klver can tho :2lt>th of Di'cnmbnr" Mr Campbell

and Mrs. Harvey Tomllnson and goods of various kinds-useful and orna- get chance to publish something!; about A very inteiestiiiK piogram was executed IIIIH n large staff' of w ut kitten! on hand
Miss TomliDHon, who have been spend- mental. Those who aie thinking ol tholr ii-Kuectlvo bush thus? at tho meeting of Ilio PiogtOHslvuCultuie 'thn f'otm'y Court convened on Monday hnlr"vouu'n'llllltIIlOlllllj.f' ( everything -

ing the summer In New York city, have making a present at Christmas, ahinldpay -Tho TltiiHvillo Musical and Dramatic I Clut li, JlI"d\y l altoinoi/n I Nov.12lh I Ihn l2t: It. .lu
returned to *their winter home In /bt. a visit to this neatly-kept and well- Club will! give a Hist,class vaudeville' entertainment : Longfellow/ I being the pool dine unit- criminal, and it!lock4-t. loldsmllh wits thuliii'OHi$proHecntlnifI !. I the. t"I1I'IIIIS. I
Augustine. stocked store. house "'1'1- ed. (Quotation at loll call woiu taken
in the Opera ou Court hips had for n number of yonrnriiuro Mr ,11I1t. P. Vlirlnir, who ha BO SUPcossfnyy -
-Mr. W. K. Walker, jr., left here on -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown havd ihty evening next Nov. 2.'lid.: As thiN from the poem "I'salm of Life. Coinposition were twelve piliioner, and elovei manured Hotel (Ii sy hock, at

Saturday, for Fort Pieii-e, where he expects one of tho neatest and most atttnctlve will\ bo it great treat' to lovers of good : "LoiiRfellow's C Ii I lii iteui)ui, by of I hem were couvlcted..lobti VVIIIInniHtown, Mass., thl* punt summer
remain time. Tie has the mimio and, line acting, our readeis ulintildHecuie Miss Mablo! !bembler. Ituudlng: "Kvan- returned tn Oiniond
to some little turnouts In town\ -n black :.Shetland .J' lohiiKon. John' Itlake, Wlloy Monday, Hcoompunlcd -
management of Mr. J. T. Price's fish pony and dogcart. 'Ibeir children- their MeatS In time /bee programof IlelilleIII .the Piallie, by Miss\ Florence %',ill tug 1\11I1 .1\Vllllainsploiidedgiilltj I I .. I i I by Mrs. Ylnlng. A* iinual, Mr. 1

business Louise and .Mark-are quite elated overIt the entertainment lu another column. VanhlOlIn III'm." ( oinposlllon : "l tnj.f' I to giimlillng, I and I weie lined ft"). Vlnlnrf will lutvo/ the ninnauenionl ot the I

-Rev. J. N. Mulford and wife, who and say they never had R<> much fun JuilgQ, : Beggs reports that; upon the fellow art a "Tho Man, Rulny by Mis.Day A."1 1C.by XVIlHou.Reading MH! Cntu JoluiHou ploHdod guilty to the popular Hold Colonnude, rtmibreoKe

as usual, have been spending the summerat before they commenced during that official returns ho has a mtijoilty of ;U: Grace Kild.: Composition: "Longfellowus chiirgo of gambling> and wan fined flO 1 IhU winter./ Mr. Vlnlng hUll quite a reputation

their northern home, passed through beautiful little pony and cait.Mis. for States Attorney for this clioult; but a Poet," by Mini 1 M.indo Baldwin. iind. costs, or threx uiontlm In Jail. IIH a (Irst-clasH hotel manager.

route to their ,Vlloiney Jones things are rather Alex )Fowler' ploaded guilty to tin The hint Issue of the Huston' Home
Tltusville, Tuesday, en \ F. A. Morgan and son, Rosner, says Keading/ : "Driftwood, by Minx Kate
winter home at Lake Worth.Dr. who have been on H, few months', visit uncertain at pienent. We understandthere Prltchaid. 'Iho ,poem, "'1'he Harvest/ chat!ge of gambling, nnd was (Incil! .1 l land 'UIII nul-tu hundnt the AnvooATK: oflloaIIIIH

with Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Walton, at will bn content between Attorneys rime was Iran"puMAtllntul.rlllle by MUs uoHts. II lino picture of Mr. J H.! 1\\(. Flagleron \
M. bouvlelle, of Jacksonville, Philadelphia returned home on Sunday J. D. Beggs and John C. Jones, of Emma, Wright. The meetings the futuie rink Mmlth pbadod, guilty to ties charge II* tront IU. All I I" well. known
has returned home from a trip to London Oil.indo over the recent primary election of gambling' and was lined $13 antI com Mr.' Klngler U the of tin, palatialhiutt'ls
afteiuoou. Mrs. G. Walton whu accompanied will bo livid at 3fO:; p. III., la tho owner I
and Paris. Mrs.\ Souvlelle was visiting/ for states or thive months In J'ill. do Loon, and Alcazar Ht.ArtgiiHllne '
Ponce
attorney.
her IIllter(1'11: Moiznn: ), will Opera house. The Club extended a. vote ,
N. Y.
relatives and friends Brooklyn, J. P. Coi charged with stealing
l.huy
( t hue Orinond ()mond the
Hast for the ;
abroad.Mr. spend the winter In Tltusvilla. Mr. Five levenue cutters better known of thanks to Manager J. (J. t ;
dating the.Doctor's absence to the annum! of Vlft h "lltltlori i
IIfor.e'ty l Palm
piilnrlHiiii and hut Breakers
far Jacksonville to I tholUIII' Royal ,
the
Morgan went as us the Mosquito\ fleet, of the United use of dining
all 1I111"II'l\lIo"j : nnd I lie Judgo Menteiicud him to
Gus. P. Anthony, one of West meet them. States revenue service, arrived heio fro IIIM iner, and o;: guilty; Hunch ; Royul //'a 1m. Miami; niul Royal
Palm Beach's prominent young businessmen sixty days' Impilsntinifnt.F. Vhtol: lit niul Colonial, Nunsaii, N. I'.
-:Mrs. IT. J. Smith and! nor, also Mills IIYpO.it this morn\/ig.\ lliey are enI --------- --- Purry pleadul not guilty lo the

passed through here where, Tuesday he ,will on Elsie Smith poised through here, Sun 'onto by the Inside passage from New HUNTING ON EAST COAST.Our charge of selling! liquor wit\ hout, license, Ou |nig, 7 will be found the now nd. of
his New York
way to York to Cuba and put In heio for water. the humlnolo hotel West Pulm Boaoli.
day last en route to their winter home but the Jury d elded that lie was guilty, ,
his -
spend a couple of weeks selecting at Hockledge, Mrs. Smith and son baying I At Mosquito Inlet they will take the Inside nnd tbu Judge gave him nix month njllil. I It I III maiiaged by Mr. O. P. Hiiutlngton,

winter stock. come from Po.nplon Lakcsr N. .,. course, and puss out to suit again hunters are frequently retiunlrig( A. D. 1'onney defended the pilsoner. who IIIIH hud n stall of win Ie melt env-.. I

-Mr. and Mrs. Benj. W. Jerome who :Miss ElsIe joined them at Now .Smyina through' Norrls Cut, Biscay Buy. Mr. to Tllusvlllo with largo bags of game iloyod, putting the house In llrt-cloM l

have been spending the summer at New on her return from Stetson University, Walton of the Kant Coast Advocate Is npasseiiKer iuall and deer Included. W. 8. Coleman pleaded not guilty to Mlnipe for the winter uamin. '1'he Horn!' r

London and other places 'In Connecticut \wheie she has been III.She/ has gone to and will\ slop off at Tltusville. Tom Johnson, |r., of LuGiange; went the charge of carrying concealed 'eap voile ha done a good business all the r

were among Tuesday's southbound pass Rocklvdge to recuperate. .-St. Augustine coripupondent of hunting a few d.iy ago, and returned ou. 'Hie jury found him guilty, and Hummer; and a* Mr. huntington ellp"" '. '

engers. Mr. Jerome stopped oil at TI- I Times-Union and Citizen, Nov. I 14th.Mr. with four wild turkeys.Our ,fudge iaulden guv him sixty dl\l. In 1\ big ruth to Palm Bench Ibis loiwton, I I .

tusville a day or so en route, but Mrs. Among/ the prominent Now Yorkers Get H. Foote, one of Dnytona's. Jail. Geo. M. Robblim { the I lliono needing room would do well lo
to arrive In Tltusville on Tuesday were: Melbourne correspondent says: them In advance
secure / I
to Coleman Iso
Jerome continued on to Kockledge, I'III4JDer. was chiargeulwith
awl wealthy winter residents (>
prominent Alex. J.
Judge Warren W. Foster, a noted lawyer Last Monday morning Capt.
get her residence in order. from Sunday until Monday In IIllora"ato.la..tllluU on one RAmmll Jacksonville/ ImtuU already doing
and secretary of Tammany Hall, and jent Goode caught 2* duck. In hi* pompano are
the ad vice of
Aiken In Melbournn. By
ads. of Titus- town. He came.to Tltusville examine the, river thiirlshml mug bimlnoH Hie norrldoi* of
-Do not fail to read the personal friend of Mr. Croker. The net. Thousand of duck are on
vlll's live business men-those who are Judge was secretary of the Dewey Exec some of the ornamental tent he hal, ordered now-fine sport for those that hunt. bill attorney, !lie lellfloljlulity sail wa the Duval' Windsor and Rathbun presented
enteuced to six months In Jail.
fiom the )fefo'al'lotn.ll"rult" 1'rouic tiild-m Inter last. nlgbt.
Christmas Is a cena
and Committee. As In floe condition ton.
patronage. utive Plan Scope are
soliciting your They
I,. (I. Merchant pleaded not guilty to
and down-river readersare will in December hehastoieturn Ion[ Co., with which we understand lie While a large number of winter tourists
drawing near our his court convene ,
anxious to, know where certain goods ; to New York about the was much pleased. Mr. Foote Is certainly Our Lotus correspondent say: tho charge of Helling liquor without were gust Is, the majority were Ira.-
I and hi. afternoon a party of sportsmen license In Jtinscn. The Jury found him ed '
is: rI'. Nielli- n very progressive nun, Tuesday vlltig nren. The latter dl.ou their
All can this month. Mr.Oha.
be we say end of
can bought. of T. G. Konuld U. W. not guilty. F. .(. Webb' defended him.
what Isl beautiful residence and grounds at Diy- consisting trouble! but all declared that KlorliU
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"Watch tHe ADVOCATE!: "see Ing, a well-known capitalist Motor, Co.president and ton; (previously referred to In the A i.- Wilkinson, N. L. Font and! I). BasleyLied .. Chun. Hay pleaded' !guilty: to the was never so prosperous a* at prevent.
merchants. the Wielding
advertised by our of ; themselves to I ho went side and charge of carrying a concealed weapon;
and VOOAIK.) U ample proof of M. energy Tile drummer ire making preparation
Mitchell Chan. E.
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-Attorney Jas. Andrews, of Tibbals, Messrs. \V. ,. New York aud perseverance. lie will\ use these' succeeded bagging 15 squirrel ( coon lined '.!fJ. He also pleaded guilty to the to cpciid G.il* Week In thl city and

who has been on a ihort visit to Or- Thompson, two prominent! tents to protect his orange find other and one owl. They returned In high charge of ."llr"I/.lt".1 assault ; sentencedto .. most of them will take part In the fantastic .
above
The Jovial : came
merchants. party
mond returned here, Monday afternoon 1 of fruit trees from frost thin winter. We spirits. thirty day, but the sentence wa parade *.y. tin J ck.oinlllo Me- I
and south for tho purpose taking a fishing _ _ _
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unpended.
accompanied by his wife, little girl and hunting cruise. on boartl Memr acknowledge a pleasant call from Mr. trop7ll: '
secured a suite of welcome visitor Scow V&imiteI. ------ -- -- ----_ I
have
baby. They Naethlng and Lnflin's house-boat, Rose foote, who Is always a / 1

rooms at the Indian River hotel, wh..rothey Marie, and we hope to hear good accounts to Tltusville Mule Wa>it<- will remain for a month or so. Mr. WANTED to charter with privilege/ of
of their sportsmanship on their ORANGE BOXES: plain and panel; heads, 0
Andrews will a law office In Tllus- buying a scow, not leas than thirty ulglit FhL
flr.t-elaa. hotel I
open A at Tallahassee
We acknowledge a pleasant call.nrAnybnly ;
( Bean Crate etc.
trip Orange Wraps, Address all communication WANTED-A good mule. Address
feet ,
long.
ville. I Ie llr rliu. business
one that doing a t ,
VEHY FINE : who wishes new rubber Geo.: F. PAMJIHOV, K.IU Gallle.Kni to "T. F.," care of ADVOCATE office, 'T. Jo..," care of ADVOCATE office, TI- and a good Investment for right m...
FOR SALE, 10,000 for their filter have same by ritusvllle Fla. tuivllle, VIa.
suckers at Chicago tubes may I Tb* only reiUMtn for selling I I. that I ana
smooth St.Cayenne Petersburg, Kla. remitting.. 35! cents to Claude C. Walton, |>ty Hn=r"r laud Jtlco ISarreH.. widow, and wish to !go: out of bull new.Mr t

pinery, Cn..s.VEUl1IAf.. Manager. Tltnsville, Fia.Itelgian. Boat 'Vain ted.l.A For Haiti. *. F. K. L.*is:s,
For sale. Address, t>t. Janie Hotel T.llbare, Fla.

llarex. WALTER A. MOORE hull or rigged boat about 28x1()". A good gentle hore, eleven year old, -- -
For Bale. 8 George St., (;Charleston S. C. sound bottom, good model. Hound or with wagon and a good harden. For If In poor health consult Dr. Vincent: :

and stock. For timber. Reasonable In price. Oslo, Mohawk.. building, Jacksonville' .
True to name rare square sale cheap If taken at once. At ....
Smooth Cayenne and Abbakka Pine tale by U. S. WALK KB, Be 1CI<1 of Your UN. Send full particular Fla. .Apply to -- --
apple plants. Free from insects and Jacksonville, Fla." Addremt "(!. C.." L. II. lkvxi.sst't'. Ton riot*

care of ADVOCATE office, Tltusville.La Lemon City! Fla. -
disease. Address
1'rof. J. D. MacDonnell of Little liier ,-
"Lakeside Fineries Coming to Tallfthaaaee. Florida, tnouM
Orlando, Fl.. Stage and Ilall-Koora Dancliijr. will treat anyone of any disease, not fall to stop at the 81. James Hotel .,
C B. THOIWTOX, ii eh 1'or Hale.
medicine for it
without knife, surgeon!: or Wanted. for home and comfort. Cneap rates and

Mr. C. Constantine, 1237 Broadway, five dollar a month by the Wcltmer ....- flrt-cla tore. I
Prof. MacDoonell I Is a grl A twenty-five foot canopy-top naphtha
Dean Crates New York teache* the very latest European treatment.'
of Nevada launch. Ha a six bore power Information concerning the descendant
dance at moderate uat of the Wcltmer College. ;
and American of Isaiah Vmlleav and Mary' Moore. "TilE BIG DRUG STORE" Ileroejr
good
character Mo. and ha. now a hundred patient Globe engine.: Boat and engine a. *
Delivered to any landing on the Indian price*. Gaily, skirt reels Jigs, all the East Cbast. Under thl treatment ... new. Can be seen at Nelson's ways Isaiah Vatican bora 1737 msnled In Pharmacy Bay and Ocean: .lr.et*. Jack-
dance sklu and sleog
River, between Courtenay and tao: steps, song and Prof. llacDonnell will treat' and or address to Bergen county N. J., 1711, died 1779.AddreM eon Till*. 71*. Do not forget tlie address >
Gallle. at 6fcUnet cash. national dance taught.. Stage dancingand disease PETCB: NELSON M. L. II. N., : Geo. II 0'b..' old sad r.hiab.
Writ bsolntcly guarantee to cure any
Faddison ballets of every description. TltusvtlU[ FJa.e EAST COAST AUVOCATB Office. drug busl_
Gel>>. F. above addrea with which humanity I* afflicted. ,
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NATURE'S: 'TTTITNTNG' 'METH TQ OUR COaRESPONDENTS. '' :E3erJC.:1.d.a.: : Seed.

Fir ODS. THROAT REST'i 0c.5..0.c.

rCAR j We often -corresspondence from
It 'la very Interesting :;to :note the California seed Bent
stock
w our numerous writer along the East Genuine Imported Tennerlffe (no cheap ) of tentlmonlala -
agDVO a, methods employed .by nature to keep Caast of Florida which .talt. the whole from Urge planters. White and Ked 20o per ounce, $3 per Jb.,
within! proper Umltu:hor product, both You can cough postpaid ready October lilt Onion Sets, Bermuda, ready now. White
t' In the animal ;and vegetable world. ADVOCATK staff lecipbet; and we do t yourself Intobroncbidspneu and Red 3T.c" quart postpaid, *...75 per bushel. Also White Potato, Yellow,
Th checks and limitations which are not, thoiefore, think ,It amiss to print Egyptian, Top, btlverbkl n and lied, send for prices. Florida Rye, $2.40: per

placed: upon the .multiplication of animal few rules for their guidance, as follows bushel Georgia Rye, $1.50 per bushel. Florida 00 day Oats, OUcU per
, h"NesdriP and insect life :are wonderful :
4 telle check Jill 'working automatically. 1. Write the .me-of -your town and. I sumption. Send for puce list of !all kinds of seeds.L. .
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i Thus we :find that any one species date on your Items before mailing them. t1 .f\ Bandaging CAMERON. Seedsman,
ta almost always the 'food of some : and bundling
rlit 2 Number the page of your manuscript 125 East Bay St.JACKSONVILLE.. FLA.
stronger and higher type of'life which I your throat
but do not number the items.
;fact, cruel though It seems to be, very will do no I
I Write only on me aide of the paper, and
effectually insures a 'maintenance of good. GEORGE MARX. JOHJT MARX.
it a proper balance between the varied I do not fail to sign your name at the

species. When because of artificialor I close-not {or publication, but a* anjact I 1 .' You throat must give and li1VJ[ Jl3JEC>S.9'I

abnormal causes tho proper ratio of good faith. I' your

Is disturbed :a. It sometime* Js. nature 3. Be very careful to spell all names lungs rest and ''I Wholesale Dealers In

usually comas'to'the' rescue: with other correctly and write every letter plainly. ,, allow the cough

and more arbitrary methods; for In. The printing of a mis-spelt name In a wounds to heal. i GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE...

stance when too many hogs are kept There is noth- I
paper I Is not forgiven by some people.
she sends the cholera when.too many "
_u ___ __ bops are grownon a given area she 4. State fact only-not mere gossip or ing so bad for a 131 and 133 East Buy Street and A and HNewnan Street.

sets the hop ,louse to work, when too opinions-and at not too great length. cough as cough JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
I r DON'T PULL: :rrOPDER. many neaches are grown the "yellows" C. Be very careful net to write anything ing. Stop it by I "

: ,i Fodder I. ctlJ"nah..dcJln"'M- la the remedy; when too many people that will give offence to any one. using ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

vlaetl Innteod."We get to llving'on a square rod of earth Do not speak of your enemies at all, unless Ii .

i'' know the power of -lml>lt. ..Yonr diphtheria levers cholera and plague you have something kindly to say 9
r I lave always pulled fodder<< therefore reduce" their numbers. In the vegetable of them. AYflrPefiell'r I We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;
We also full line of Grain and Feed. We
world abe l has -multitude of guaranteed genuine. carry Hay, want
,I "", you: wish to pull fodder -oguln, says to do the needed agencies 0.. Do not "puff" anybody's business your Oranges and Vegetable Give us a trial and you will be pleased.) :
..pruning-the
The Southern Cultivator. You bave unless it Is paid for as an advertisement.Too '
always fed fodder therefore you wish cyclone, the 'great wind >tbe hall sleet, free "pulTs" have' helped to I MARX BROTHERS. Jacksonville, Fla.
to feed fodder .calu. In .tant, you do lightning, frost .drougbt, .fire; this tree many !B3T-" We only Sell to Dealers.
business.
besides
ruin many! a newspaper ;
1 tot exactly see how you can get along broken that It may grow more beautiful ,
t' that one !scarred by electric where such notices would pleaseone 1
;I without' fodder.Vell, *what! other an
I i Yolks hare done why, with patleace stroke and killed that lit .may make reader, they often offend others. I.

f may not yout Others hnve.fevt horses support for some beautiful vine, this 7. Try to get news Items of general Interest Even the cough of early

II and mules on bay and found them to one killed by slow starvation that the to all parties, and aim to have I' consumption is cured. John .B. Stetson University

I do Just a* wen as when fed on fodder. room occupied by It may help to make them fresh, pithy and to the point. All
!(11 i In fact fodder Is only one kind of Its fellows .more fruitful 'very littleIn personal Items are not *o interesting to And, later on, when the

Lay, a very convenient 'kInd, too to nil the .intricate .and smysterlous the general reader as a mixture about disease is firmly fixed, \ .
II handle to feed with nut it Is a very process of what .Is akin to human sym- you can bring rest and DELAND, FLORIDA.
the Improvements going on in section
4 "'I'' costly kind of liny. It Is the most costly pathy and help for the weak but rather your comfort in every case.
Give full details In
kind of bay yon can find. The hay always And ever the merciless rule etc., etc. cases A 25 cent bottle will .
made from shredding the whole corn- of the survival o' the fittest obtain. lof murder, suicide, wrecks or serious ; cure new coughs and -' .j3.HABeTHrUU.ilFor n
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""J 1 talk Is Just an good as the fodder and ing. And It all must be for the best accidents. colds ; the 50 cent size is ,. .
t..1 i very much vhenptr.Remember. because It wan iIO ordered and Is seen' 8.: If any of the ADVOCATE readers better for settled coughsof .

,I It costs money or hard to be for the best by him ''Who reads along the East: Coast have a piece of In bronchitis and weak p-: 'f

labor or both tb pull And cure end nature's book. torestingnews, do not think It too much v
save fodder. It ohm Injures! the corn lungs; the one dollar size
trouble to send It to our office, as we '' "
,I to pull the fodder. The moment you i I'I'cw cars: FOR onanirM. is more economical for r 'Jt .v ,E
''j trip off the fodder Wades! all food We have recently come .across the will always be glad to make room for It chronic cases and con- .

j N making processes for finishing the use of thecorgbuiu plant .an a purely In our columns, If possible. It friends sumption. It's the size M1

I grain stop. Hence the efern is made forage plant In a new way. Two or from a distance are on Indian River, or you should keep on hand.
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lighter. two and a half bushels of seed If neighbors about to
j are own you or your are AH famlllps ought to be on the
This Is not true when yon vtalk. The roots get through their the middle of June.: It makes a or acute lung troubles. E..ryeoun- e
prodigious of any kind, let us hear about. It. try honie in the 'land should keep
'work sooner than the blades flo. So growfb If own ou ,I'lch land If a former resident of Indian River Cherry Pectoral constantly on hand
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when you wait Jglrt) or tea flays later and will throw out Kuiall\ seed heads. to provide agalnMan: emergency.
I writes you a little Interesting news (not JOUIAU U. Wil.Ms, 51.11.,
than you would pall fodder( an/1/ 'then It In. allowed to stand uncut Just as Dm. H, taw. ltul)awl.St k'h. Both Sexes. This Scholastic Year Began
cut the whole stalk ,)'OU 'c11t not .tnjure long as poHMlbl until after there has I' of a private nature), it may Interest many

or stop the filling/ out of the -grain. been one or two Bond ht'n vy.fro..u. It ''of the ADVUCATK readers along the East ... October 3J d. Send, for: Catalogue,

This! cnn end does continue nome'dnyi Is then cut ,wllli a mowt-r. Now, the Coast. If published. If you have a suggest -
If the bladesare on the stalks.! funny and novel thing .pounected with Ion to make or see an opportunityto College, Academic, Normal, AM and Music Departments. Large, commodious

Again, remember you do' not lose the 'the use 01 this crop Is that no attemptIs benefit the people of your town, we Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement: artesian water, etc., Insuring .
fodder by not 'pulling 'It. It Is Jnst ns to be made to cure or dry It. It Is VirginiaHomesYou
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will to make It known If
give you space peiiect healthfullness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 22
i good for food Ctll't'c1on the rtalk. 'You allowed. to lie where cut fora day or
I II gain the stalk and several blades ,of two or longer If the wt'utber Is Wet. for not too lengthy trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue! containing information

fodder and most nt the shuck by cutting rain will not damage/ It. nod then It Is I ft.) Pease remember, nowever, not to learn all about Virginia Lands, Address. J. F. FORBES, President.

I end shredding your corn. Ton piled Into big rock., there to remain send any correspondence to the ADVOCATE Its resources, products, mode of cnl '-
are the expense: of pulling the fodder and be hauled front the Held at pleasure to which you would be ashamed to tlviulon, prices, etc., by reading the -- -- --------

\ and still get the fodder., You will have during the winter or it may be sign your name. Do noL mix n* up In
Virginia Farmer. Send incts. H. A. HODGES.
three or four times! as much 'hay and hauled to the yard where it Is to !be your petty quarrels; d" not. send us famIly ...
for 3 months
JUHt as good hay. You cnnnot afford fed and put In long narrow. stacki. It DlTaiis or troubles which should not Farmer Co., Empoila siibitrrtption, Va. to the Manufacture of
to lose so much that :you have already. retains all ten succulence and, Is a green
concern outsiders; and do not get angry .Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber.
mode. food ration all winter most eagerly .. ..

1, We continue to repeat<< this advice' relished by all kinds of .
some oft] them out entirely as we have
because wee know mnny will hesitate no experiment! but the growth of this one contemplating shedding their!
Any pineapples or oranges or building ID
to 'quit pulling: to d..r.Iany! will be and thin. method of far been compelled to do on many occasions, ,
crop caring It Cleaning and DyeingEstablishment ai.y part of Florida, would do well to write for pi'ies. The saw mills are locatedat
low to change because they 'have no are being generally adopted by stock. to do all parties justice and for want of Buffalo 151 u IT, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ity. Lumber delivered to any

shredding< : machines.We men In some sections of the west A apace. If we were to pulilit everythingthat part of the East Coast Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.

again repent. If you do not wlnti large amount of very choice' and very Is sent to our office for that purpose, cleaned., dyed,,repaired 12: Newnan and St.pressed.. Clothing _______ __ __ ____ __ u __ ______ __ ______ _
I to buy a shredder for your, own nse.then (Palatable foal I I. thus obtained from we would soon be wasting our time In i
club with some of ynnr neighbors, .an acre of land equal In nil respectsto JACKSONVILLE:" FLA. ESTABLISHED 1880. ,
the law courts as defendants ID libel 1 I
i sod buy one. If you fan 1n this get the best silage. The hogs will eat
some one who has shredder to shred .It In the winter season with as .much suits; so you must let us use our judgment :Bond Lumber
your corn. iavldlty as the cattle and horse. as to what la. fit for the ADVOCATK BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE : Cog
columns. or whatls not. ,

I I Three Plow A4tnv1imfi.. THE VALVB3 OK OMR HAIL! Please conjoin with us In making the Manufacturers of and Dealers In

When plowing down corn stubble 'The Immense value of list one rain ADVOCATE as clean a sheet as possible. .

green crops tall weeds manure or twos never better Illustrated, than In we are running the pink paper for the LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
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.straw, a number of devices ar* used connection with the general rainfall of ,
,I benefit of those living on the East Coast
to draw the stalks and litter Into ,
'middle July and the
v the furrow and distribute along oo nsi corn crop la the as well as'for ourselves, and 'it is our aim Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing/ ; Also Veneered and Hawed Orange
great corn belt which area was thoroughly TRADE MARKS and Vegetable Crates We solicit
i to ,ibe covered by the plow the most covered by the rainfall of that and wish to give our reader as good-or DESIGNS correspondence.Saw .

d da time. This corn crop which was one ol better-a paper In the future. We therefore COPYRIGHT "&c." Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. .fc K. W. R'y. Yards at
Anyone ending a nke4 ch and dwiertntlmi marghirkiy DeLand and Titusville.
wonderful promise, bad arrived at a ask your co-oporatlon to help us niirertnttl our o|>lntitn' free whether: nil. ...
hiTenttnn II pittentAblo. Coniniunlrfi.tlnn.ntrlotty
pruhnhlf
most critical stage on the 15th of July; along-no matter whether It be in news : I :oonnrfotitlal.: Handbook on Patents

of very: rank growth it had pumped out Items, job work, advertisements or sub sent Patent f ree. OMfMt taken ;trough'for Munn'euurmirnittentft.A Co. receive' FOR
the lust drop of moisture from the soil scriptions. tfffiat notice without charge In the $3.36....

where/'It)' was growing and, being just Scientific Jlm rican.A
at the Sent to us by Express, postofllce order or New York will
ear forming stage a continuance Exchange, we
Little Brown Jug Water Fillets .2.00 handsomely" H hint rat..<1 w_k.dilation ',,. I.eree.t elf. send by Express CHARGES
PREPAID
of the drought meant an almost and $3.0O Claude Walton, agent. of any ""fientido '..urnal. Tern,, $3T a you ,

total moment failure the barometer of the crop. At the last When writing advertisers. please sort fmir&month CO.Selamadway*,$U duidbyail, rIEW York( FOUR FULL QUARTS
J went down, the - --
r clouds mention the ADVOCATE. Branch Olnoa. OS P Bt,WaihlDKlon. D.C,
: gathered thick and for tb"edays Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
the west got such a soaking: ai It -

corn bad long crop been.was a saved stranger, and to the Thus splendid the Invested In our Contracts Calhoun Pure Rye WhiskeyWe

i ,t cornfield of Kansas Nebraska Iowa $ 3U. Payable $1.25 per week
for I 104
and South Dakota will now be laden
ship In PLAIN PACKAOK9. no marks to Indicate ron ntl which will avoid ill com
with long, full ears where without weeksWill ment. When you get It and tent It, If it I. not Satisfactory return it at OUR EXPENSE and
:t I the .blessed rain they would have been your $3.20 will be cheerfully refunded.. Thin. Whlxkey. In an good ae any (IS XI( good. In the market.
W.are cloa"athandanti rangive! yon QUICKER iVfCLlVERY than dl"lanhOtlRell.. We have
naught but a mass of shriveled fodder. been dointr biislnm In this city and at the. name.. stand for over 15 TEARS, and as to our RESPONSIBILITY
ATTACHMENTS: FOB Tilt PLOW. This moisture pumped up from the AND REPUTATION! for honest dealing, we. refer you to any merchant here or to
the editor of this
gulf by a tropical sun.. was thus borne paper.
common of whlcji the chain arrangement
shown In the figure. The chain northward up the great Mississippi Mutual Fidelity SOLOMON A LEVI,

usually Is About five feet In length valley and distributed like a benediction ; 1923 & 1030 First Avenne,

one end fastened to evener and the other to all the people, the Just and the P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

to plow beam ot the place where unjust alike. of Baltimore Md. .
OTirK!-We pay Exnrem TharyM to all point reachedby "SOUTHERN' EXPRESS\ COM'ANW -
the coulter U attached allowing the M. J. SLIGH Manager for Florida.No. bnttopo/noon line. of other Express fDI'anlea., .e prepay only to point when
chain to drag along the bottom of fur -We are bending out some hundreds Southern Express Company transfers to said' other Express. Company.

row and over portion of the unplowed of extra copies of the pink paper of this S Park Building, Jacksonville, Florida. '

ground. Some prefer to fasten the time issue,to and carefully we hope read all readers the ads will of those take ____ __ u_ __ __ _______ __ ___ __ n______ __ __ o :e: -A- S'. IB ILL 'C' :tMI: t& 0 0 ,
chain farther back the beam
on plow
i I live merchant who are soliciting share a1T. A. slew R.." st.. JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.ITejf2a' .
vr at the standard. JB under _
very heavy corn stubble turning the chain Is of p.uronal"Correllpondeols/ ; =: :_49RR:: : -= MASON'::::: : Co.

ometlmes found too light to do Ita will oblige by lIoml.InJl' -
work well, and an extra device (center their Items' not later than Wednesdays -
; and as our space Is pretty well
of the figure) la addud. This U around crowded, we would bo glad If Items from -Importer* and Wholesale Dealer I In-

stick of wood one foot long any place along the Euttt'oast: did not
l and<<1 two Inches In diameter, one end exceed half column. This will give a

I pointed and the other flattened, and chance to other correspondent to. boom,
wired to chain at point chain leaves their towns. Wines Liquors and Cigars
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L furrow to fasten to plow licam. The ;

earth as. It leaves the molJt>oar t on the stick and cause It to bold the $$900. or woman to look after our df'r IT 4j, by P

chain always In the right position, !growing| ( business In this and THE FINEST BRANDS AND QUALTIES.Send 'r
drawing to the bottom of the furrow adjoining Counties; to art as Managerand
Correspondent work can be doneat
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the heaviest
cornstalks or weeds. A your home. EnclOSe selt-addressed, for our price list or call, and we feel sure you will be pleased with our prices.
device used In place of a chain Is
stamped for
envelope particular to II.
l shown below this. It Is a round stick A. Sherman General ManAger, Corcoran THIS IS ONE: OF THE OLDEST HOUSES IX THE CITY.

of heavy wood about Inches In diameter Building, opposite United state Treasury .

and 1V4 to :2 feet long long, which Washington, D. C.
la attached with a rope swivel to plow F A :eeYrMI.8..S0t.r:: cSc CO.

beam about two feet In front of the Jr Subscriber, your attention I la drawo'tbe

standard where It roll along on edged lo name-and-date slip pasted open 301-307-300-311 West Bay Street, Mason Block. Four Full Quarts '
furrow and acts Ilk the chain aye your paper or wrapper. If you are loaxreant Delivered for $3.20

Rural New .Yorker correspondent please remit. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co.









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'"--- WHERE IS THE POTASH !

M. nO mss, Or Our Saviour In Art. SkinDiseases
GEO. The !text: Greet Aarle.Itaral Frobl -
Cost nearly 100,000 t.
prodnee. Contains .>u, AerordlKK to SclrntUt."Where .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR nel1l'Iyl011) full-page engravings of
la the potash of the Unlb..1States"
our Saviour and Ills Mother by the
AT-LAW. "
asked Dr. 1 11"'nrdtkluL'lou'
world's
greatest paloteis. True copies
Will practice la State and United State of the greatest Masterpieces In the art of the scientists recently gathered In When the excretory organs full to carry off the waste materiel. from the system there i Is nn abnormal g -

Court. galleries of Europe. Every picture U as convention at Columbia university it-cumulation of effete matter which poisons and clog. the Mood, mid it twrontes sour and acid.

Office at TITUSVII.I.B FLA. beautiful as the sunrlcs o"t"rthe hilltops. New York. "Tbe world now depend Tills poison is carried through the general circulation to all ivurts of the busy, and upon reaching!
Contains description of the paintings for Its entire supply upon a single mine the skin !surface there is redness... aim eruption, and by certain peculiarities we recojni/e llc/ctn.i,

biography of the painters, the names In Saxony and yet there lu>uld bo Tettncue, Salt Rheum, Psoriasis, Rrysipelas and many other skin troubles more or less t
TPL.. GAULDEN and locations of the galleries In Europe vast. deposits of that mineral the alkaline Whili the skin. is the scat of irritation, the real disease U in the blood. Medicated lotion mind1. I
r where the orlglnaln may be seen. Also and salt of this powder may allay the itching and burning but never we, no matter, how long and faithfully
ATTORJTET-AT-LAW, contains a Child's Department, Including plains country. continued and the condition ia often aggravated and skin. ]pfniunently Injured by their use
Where ? It I Is the of geologists -
Child's are they duty (
a Story of the Christ and Ills
Will
practice In all
the
Conns
of the State
ot Florida, and the United State Courts. Mother, beautifully written to lit each to find them. When they are
i. U Box.2M. TITUS VlLLIC. FLA. picture. This wonderful bhok matchless: discovered the geologists who find them The disease is more men shin deep : toe entire circulation Is poisoned.

Money to Loan. 18 In Us purity and beauty, appeals to every : will confer a greater blessing upon

mother's heart and in every Christian I this country than they would by unearthing The many preparations of arsenic, mercury potash, etc, not only do not cure skin diseases. but noon ruin the digestionS
home where there are children the book all the gold: and silver In the break down the coilfttittition. .

M GOLDSMITH sells Itself. Christian men and womenare I worhl." S. S. S., nature's own remedy, made' of roots! herbs and barks, of great purifying and tonical properties, rjulckly and '

making! money rapidly taking orders i A few years ago Sir William CrookOB effectually cures Wood and skin trouble, because It goes direct to the rout of the disease ami' ulitnulntcs and restore I".rmal.
ATTORNEY-AT.LAW: A Christian man or woman can In this startled theorld by the predictionthat healthy action to the different organs/ cleanses and enriches the blood, and thus relieves the system of all |K>is iious urcrrtioua. i

community soon make .1.1100( taking orders at no distant dnte the woild's supply 3. S. S. cures permanently because:! it leaves none of the original poison to refermenl in the Mood and cause it fresh attack. .
for Christmas
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA pieiiouts. Mrs. Watte Healthy blood is necessary to preserve that clear 'smooth skill and, brauliful complexion -
available for
of the
nitrogen growthof
,:
our agent In Maimachiisotts, has sold : so much desired by nil. S. S. S. run he relied iixm' with certainly to keep
over $:JOOO worth of the books tn a "oryshol.t wheat would be exhausted: and crops the blood in perfect onler. It lias bent curing blood and skin diseases fur half a century
F. J. WEBB time. Mrs. Sackett, our agent In could\ no longer be produced. "Veil ; no other jnedici.ie can show such a record.

New York has sold over $1.:>OD worth of Tine" farmers hgn ever, have very S S S S. S. S. contains no ]x>isonous mineral. .is purely vegetable and hnrmlrs

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the books in a very short time. The quietly solved that problem by growing "' Our medical department it. in charge of physician of large experience in. treating
Will book Is printed on volvet-tlntahed p.ipur' leguminous crops which uccumulnto I blood and skill iliseu '*,",ho will take ]pleanure in aiding by their ail vice and direction all
practice la the Courts of tile 7th beautifully bound in Cardinal Red and who desire it. Write amid nhotit letters In strictest
Cl ouit. Taxes for In their roots nitrogen from the air fully freely your case; your are hold 1 ,
and paid non-resident sold, and adorned with golden roses and and thus enrich the land where they I confidence. We make no charge whatever for thin service Our book on lllood and
rents and accounts collected. lllllos. It Is, without doubt the most other Skin Diseases will be sent free upon application THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA, CA.
are grown preparatory to
beautiful book crops.
of
this century. Write --
TITUSVILLB FKOBIDA ---o _. _
The reservoir of the --- -- ;;; ,
for terms quickly and get the management great atmosphereIs
Vt tint territory. You. cl work now available In combination with Invented In our Conharts

A.D.. PENNEY I on salary or commission, and vvlien you phosphates and potash> to maintain the !$J)10U) 1'11Ylablo\ ..1.2I.Or

prove your success we will promote you perpetunl fortuity of the soil" accoid week foe 10 1 $240 DOCTORS AGREE[ [

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: to tho pusilion of Manager: and COIIOHpondenf fog to I>r. Atkinson.Phosphate weeks, will ml" inn to you iJUT" I.

at a permanent salary to de- !< has 'already been found In This Is what some of our Con

TrruaVn.i.ic FLORIDA. vole your time to attending to agents large qunutlty In the coast lands at tract Holders Say:
and the oorrcHpon Will practice In all the courts of the 7th State :Man i., Hiii'Hiy,I'M W't,1,1'x1.4n.. rltvIHMI : attention to proprietary medicines, and there Ua marked disposition

leading city of the Mate and mill In Tennessee. Potash la now the an'1 1 % ,< li tn iiuWiioNtIHI" ,!. .
Judicial Circuit. manage %i* re our I'IMII.Iutii to draw sharp line of distinction b.-twcrnl1ly: terH! >ii* nostrumsand
business of the State: Surd for tot" in a. problem thnt agriculture must fiice, i, ::.,.'M, whli rh.k:: i,,li wee fur, A*(/tiii mill,, ;! .nf HHM'iintit,:Wl;: per;|:: i ntv i,nt.,niht-Ihi'ftnHPHIII i;IIM> worthy article of scientific compound and known character.
All the of the world la'
Address potash now
supplied .1IIRI. mill,"mini. nnil, l uiHi'ii'MMiiihltt, lint "
FREDERICK A MORGAN: TUB: nlu'rlA IERICAN Co by n mine at Stiwsfurt. Saxony tolntf r".llonl'10 h 1 liiMiti.,ini'fl tiililt'ii mud 'louUna Many proprietary medicines! says! a leading 1
Uoiciiran lilil'ii!, opposite U. S. ( ermnny This was discovered by \ ,win I ,"iimk'king*nintiniM I kuuw U sItIiyuarannpuuyaud rniihl has dune\ ; tlieieJoin physician are the beat possible prescriptions for the

REAL ESTATE' AND INSURANCE: TiensiiryViinhitigtoii' I). C. accident while salt was being bored <:lou<)lully lecoiu Hiciiil. rnum.OMII | diseases which they are made to cure. It Is certainly \ 'r-j .

Notary Public. for. B. 1'1I'KIIII't'III.'r' \ 1.'erlllllly.| Laval Hotel only reasonable to expect that chemists of < ,

...... r)!r It rune. Pr. Atkinson onys this. history maybe .1..k..IIVIl.. nit, Oi-t. e. i4no.M world-wide reputation and unlimited resources '
Collections, Typewriting, Stenography repeated! In the .1. Rllxh. }I Miiiuiil. Flilolliv, f ., .
July mind August" ought not to pass "'''lit. !He think Jr. rimy: ought to make compounds with exceptional S
TrrusviLMc, FLA. without n K'-co'iJ crop of bonus being potnsh should be found by deep bor- IniliirHil HfirHir, in: :\Mike,-In foul Aprll!| :i !*i.r liiui: the, of I iiiviiiit'IPOrklit:: Ji'Br ll, 1 was Mil t skill and It Is manifestly to their Interest '( 1

planted. WLriivtvr there ate showersof ings In the I/hltorhoOlI/ of those Hull' Milnht Y I "r..u..1| \In thin !Smote' "lu-iluv, I rut'uired l '1 a to have their Ingredients fresh and
T7 111. TAYLOR, rain: beaus may be planted and will Rprlnff! of the "west, which contain so rliin'k fin $.KtO n. the iiuitui'... more tuplilly than those of the much potassium, that ranchers hare tokf't'i ( nil rniMH. lime ,amount mini, I in by ma 011'11I' pure.
.
grow lnu't nlio\u nupvil. \ .....lon.VMilluiui remedy, popularly known as I P. P. P. -
Hiring planting. remarks an exchange.The > their cattle from drinking the wa- ,,,,
TEACHER OF VOCAL MUSIC AND a Itip| ilinhiic I loll putt four 'k., I
great foe to contend with Is ters. It may also be found In the region ntoii| ,..il olT at ll.tlt hue,e I loi. m lie i.in"l'pii.e| tit ,In- The formula Is on every bottle. livery -
MUSICAL veMiluutintf. the I'linrunier' of the oitrnnlnttlim" knows that the
ELOCUTION. from West physician Ingredients are
extending to
drought. I>ry. parched' soil may be theunnuluble ; Virginia and UK IWIMDIIUIIU" I Ian eiillrtly fluimtloil, mind.
In classes or private lessons.. Sight; read condition In the garden, the arid lands of :New Mexico and Arl hive.now lakiiii. now roiiintrm' In inure than the best possible remedies for purifying '
twin the miiiiiint HH fiirin""i Iv hold., mil foul
Ing a Specialty.. Terms reasonable.TITUSVILLK but there. Is a way to have late beans zona. Hint I run' mild, im niiiiiniul, t Hi" o"IIII"'V| to nil the blood, and the compound Is
mid green" corn for the table by planting --- whnduilrutnnvernonuyaodttthe' miiiin" tliuuroallnH a scientific one, which Increases the
FLORIDA Sugar fleet vrilticntlnn" a hoiiitNijin IntHiiiHt iiiou| It.wiiiietlleeomlwnvlslnthubundenf.
KomewUt-re uii the creek bank or Conclusions from Investigation by i .. ltd prnpnt > efficiency of the whole. I some
; nlll.1' feel\ Hint the IntnrenU, of liivoiitui
some Ittw wet place on the farm. The times mixture
special
/"EO. A. WORLEY :J. I). Towar of Michigan: will has well gimr. old Southern, Prolific Is a good variety Subsoil plowing practiced lramedtat Yonrit viirv truly, for Blood Poisoning, Scrofulous
to stand the drought of summer arid Is .1"). 1 It'.RI.It"IIItNa"
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ly before .sowing the beets owing perhaps A.. Q' IAnent, l'lantyeleutof' I It')'*. Affections Catarrh. Eczema and other
a strong grower. The Creaaeback is .- to the severe drought which followed from and weak >
General practice in State and Federal another One pole beun. While our con tracts mntine at 10-1 weeksat complaints arising Impure
Courts. All business entrusted will -.-. resulted in the complete loss of a ,profit to the Investor of 85:: per cent, blood but I always feel safest In prescribing I I'. P. P., especially where
receive the crop. Our Company ieieives the right to call with the In
prompt attention. Second Crop Irish Potatoes. I am not personally acquainted druggist. prescribing:
In all of
any or contracts at expltnllon
General Counsel for the Tuttle Coarsemanure applied some two P. P. P. Lippman' (!rent Remedy) I know I am taking no chances."
Estate The second crop of Irish potatoes In months before sowing the beets result 411, dO; or RI) week, and pay (It) per cunt. ( ,
Miami. tbe south Is planted from tbe middle of Tho Company en!I miles, It will be at When doctors feel such confidence In a standard remedy It I*
ed in Increased yield and beets of
a
MIAMI FLORIDA. June to tho first of August./ Cow normal of least 2 years before any contracts Ito beyond no wonder that the general public Insist upon having It.

manure and acid phosphate. with kalnlt Carefully percentage prepared sugar home mixed fertilizer the 40 week redemption poilod ; P. P. P. Is sold by all druggists. $i a bottle ; six bottles $S. a t
ANDREWS therefore, you would lI'a.y Into the Company : -
JAMES and cottonseed meal make good fertilizers
: for thin crop. Say 30 loads of'' ,gave: higher;; yields and better : $1.2\: per week for -10 wnekn: Total, LIPPHAN BROTHERS, ififflSHFiSSbt.:; Savannah, Ga.
ATTORNEY-AT-L beets than stable manure. pnld $'iO OIl and. draw out *s cow manure to the acre or 200 poundsof
Offices: TITUSVILMS and FORT PJEUCE Nitrate of soda alone gave no mark- a prullt of $::11I.1111) on a *;,Investment.( .
20"! of kalnlt
acid phosphate: pounds -- -- ---- -
Office ed Increase In yield but. In combination We will sell from one to twenty contracts -
at Ft. Pierce fend
and 4th
open on and tWO pounds of cottonseed! meal to
with other elements generally Increased to soy ono puiHim and not tecelve UoGrlppo Is at Homo Anywhorotffn
Fridays of each month. the Do not let cottonseed meal
acre. the yield with a normal percent o"tlr"I weeks payment In advance at anyone .
Notary Public State at Large.. come In contact with the seed. Open lime. Locality OiYtorn BnlVtyMoat --
deep furrows three feet apart, put In of sugar Korfull plullcnllll'll call, on or address, VloiouV te>ri Malaria Thrtro.
In every case nitrate of soda gave
the fertilizers and mix them with soil MUTUAL nnnLirv co.
E. FOSTER JOHNSON'S CHILL & FEVER TONIG"I
STEPHEN higher yields than sulphate of ammo
by running a plow through them. nia.' KooniH, Pink Uulldlnir,
Drop half of a medium/ sized potato .lacksonvllle Kl.i.OIIIM took InOrlppe' )every bone In my body
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Wood ashes and salt increased the ,! salesmen In t>..K"n toaane, and two compelled l M
foot nurt deep. wanted' town.
eo er every
Rooms 420 and 42t Gardner Building every yield, of beets slightly. JdT-Wvukly colliollons made through CURES IT IN Kotobml.Fever Tonlo 1 lank through Jotiunon'ithill the nl"h'"o and

JACKSONVILLE FLA. One ton of air slaked lime per acre hanks In your own town. rover eitnm, aolilnn dlwp eer.A and
: Increased slightly the yield of beets on ONE NIGHT well morning X went to onalneie fie
an ever. I have since tried .It In
TETTERINEThe the uplands without affecting tbe percentage other with Ilk. Its.
oa..s r su
SAMUEL 9UAYLOH, GORDON R. HKOO.UK. For Hule. i
of sugar. W. W. OAI.DWBM, Uhloago, IiL"A.

SUALOR& BROOME .;; REMEDY For On muck land one ton of air slaked six
At Daytona, on the Halifax acres
TETTER. lime per acre In combination with other choice hammock land cleared, fenced O. OIRARDDAU, Sole nanufacturer SAVANNAH OA.

ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW. fertilizers decreased the tonnage 11 and partly net with orange trnos. ftlllfl.

Will practice In all the Courts of the "TET rI'RINE Is worth more than per pent and reduced the sugar content One-half cash, balance. 8 per cent. r --- .- -- - -
State. Office in Law Exchange.: Its weight In gold to me. One application from O.O4 to 7.08 per cent. When Address, '
cored\ me of a ease of Tetter of lime was'applied alone on muck land Cot7Kri.ANI Ilt'CKMAV, PAULO JJY THE SEA r.IVEUY. ; ;
:JACKSONVILLE: :, FLA. "
seven years standing. 0( increased applications Increased the 22 Ilognn St., Jacksonville Fla.

John M. Towles, Crawfordvllle, Fla. tonnage of beets, but decreased the of all MADOLE IIORSKS
Turnouts descriptions ,
TJ W. CRAVEN: It will cost you!5l!)". a box, if It cures, percentage of sugar. JOHNSON LAW COMPANY r

S Nothing If It dues not.For Early planting gave larger yields : UAGUAGK Transfer,
?
DENTIST. Sale by all druggists or by_ and slightly higher percentage of sug

Castle Hall, 111 West Forsyth Street. EDISON LALANUK, THAI'S:!, HAULING; Etc
J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah. Ga. ar.Clay loam soil produced the largest CSUl1REYt4

JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. (Solo: Proprietor. tonnage; and the highest percentage of SAMPSON NO. 2, : '"GmI' Win. WILKINSON: t ts ,

sugar followed by other soils In the and DRY BATTERIES; r : -
LAUD A US Projuletor.'
GEORGE w. ALLEN. : order below, except that tho tonnage 'FOR HAS ENGINE IONITION. < .m'

on muck U next to clay loam-sandy VICTORIANS ----.- ----. I'uhlo Hooch, Fla.
ATTORSEY-AT-LAW.: GRAFTED.Orange loam sand clay muck. ar I

Box WJCST .- '- FLORIDA. During the past season there was n
light falling\ off' In sugar content of 'J ho Nation's
Will practice In the United State Tree growing beets from Oct. 10 to Nor. 23. ;
and Stater Courts. Jun90T +! I'v "San Mateo

M ] I
Two Item For Consideration. cst Cigar. F!
-- ---- --
O. FRIES C. E. It Id u mooted question whether alfalfa ;

can be grown on the beet rice I iF1Or'Il1lL.
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land boo; each Tangerine Grapefruit, Pineapple 1 tyl, Tt'N nil I ,
soils In the coast country. Wee requiresa .
legally surveyed and sub-divided. Ilomtsassa, Bnby Parson Brown, Helically water tight subsoil; alfalfa Ytf !

Mapping neatly done. '1=Mtlmate for St. Michael Majorca and Mandarin on need a porous subsoil On a good 1 1 '
all kinds of engineering works. DIsputed alfalfa soil the expense of flooding for Why b"ylmporte.1 cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco doctored with

lines specialty.. 5 and B year old sour stock 4 to 5, and l 5 rice would be excessive. On good rice opium and other drugs when you can have time pure Florida leaf at a five-cent

TIHISVILLR!:, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. to 7 feet, branched. I lands tbe alfalfa will not be able to price?

The largest and best trees In Florida. penetrate the underlying "S-rdpao, and 1
S. BURXTIAM, M. D. the hot summer sun will kill It out FREE BY MAIL TO ANY n uxof2 1.00 _

N. O. W. Conner both root and branch. If there Is anyway ADDRESS......J iioaofco..'i.75 \, .

BURGEON and SPECIALIST to reconcile these antagonisms we Full line (If Electrical: Supplies 1'S

OCKLAWAIIA, FLORIDA.- bate not discovered It. JOI1X (JX LAW CO. VT :eOVTLE -. ,
Ear Nose and Throat. 1------ -- ,
A tenant farmer near Cast Bernard 3:11lcu1tV.ForsylhSt.: Jacksonville Kin.

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.If NERVITA PillS Colorado county Tex., makes a specialty SAN MATF.O FLA,
I
of sorghum bay shipping his product !

you are In search of bargains, Rector Vitality. Lost Vigor and Manhood I to Houston. Ills average crop for

read the ADVOCATE columns carefully Cure Impotency.Night Bmlmloni,Lou of MemolOr four years has been six: tons per acre Orange reed : :

!effect, ftll waatiniif of w ilfbu dlo..IUM.or ** and time: average price $8.00. lie pays If You Have Not I ,

"HOW TO DO BUSINESS .,...e and Indiscretion. cash In advance, $2 per acre. A simplesum
nerve tonlo -aad PILLS la addition. and subtraction will

OR THBSecrefof I pink builder.to Briar. how whether he Is farming profitablyor
flow 50
: Success in Retail MerchandisingBy ..of* and jonth.restore BT mail the CTS. I not. He says he could make moremoney When you take Into consideration the Found What You Want f:

GEO.N. McLE ? .- per box. 8 noxee for I I I. by feeding hogs, but be makesmoney time and money 'ptnln bringing trees I : 1
Practical and Valuable ta.eo,with our bankable gaunat..tooars easier from sorghum bay lie Into fruiting looks foolish to plant any I
; bend for circular
The Moet Comprehensive refondtlie) money paid I
Treatise on Huiilneae, and How to 8uece- or and WJ ol our bankable guarantee bond. cultivates sandy prairie loam.-Texas but the best; doesn't It? For a Home suppose you take a trip down and look at our : i i
,
Vn pUbliRhed.te. Farm and Ranch.
folly It.ever !
text book of practical hints, roles sad no matter example NelV10taTablets -EXTRA- STRENOTn We grow the kind you want-since Fruit and Garden Lands slongllie (
value that everyone
how of old such and rare experienced cannot but derty Immediate (teutb Rceea* Q....... 8X4: we have made specialty of strictly

ahaoluM and poettfre value. from l Its teaching.while book and TaLLOW LABeL>)> of In California rescue grass. Is consld- high ,.."lk aloft. Our catalogue gives East Coast
to the novice U Is a hand Mitlvelr "nar.ntwid enre ,
young forhrnnnnk
iresunre of Uxlinpenuble valne. V.rioooe., Undeveloped. of e Oig.w_ 'ered one ef time beet sail most useful all descriptions and prices of all the I II:
SS Grand Cha ten. Agents Wanted. Fullof AUzla. Nervous ProjtralonTHjitertm. for dry hinds, being the earliest I Ii
grasses kinds Write for one-It's free.
..t .nt Including the book. 0" Ipt Pita, InMnitr.P ralr-(lj and Um.Results prominent
$1. Dank ... 10 every .torekecp r.rla all of Ezeeeilv* Cee of; *obeeeoOpium or and beat winter growing grass. Settlers flocking In but still there Is room. If you. 'are I
II..... I'oatpal on receipt.r$:a. -AddrweJZFTERBONJACKSO4 LJquor.! By mail In plain packers. flMO{ .. ahot. As It makes Its chief growth dnrlngthe' St. Nurseries are I
Glen
: O tat *6.00 with c-jr batnkabl .ar- Mary ,:* looking this way drop a Hoe to !
rwnuid colder months of the It has
111.fty year
313 Dearborn__.. Chicago. ntW bond to ear* la 8O dy or I
roomer ]v. d. Addree. come to be regarded as one of the bent 3rd.virrf.id,
A* "an advertising medlnm, no NERVITA MEDICAL CO. winter grasses for the south. Tbeseed G. Taber, Prop. JAS. E. INGRAHAM I

paper on the Ea t Coast can beat the Clinton A JaofaMn 8ts, CHICAGO ILL. mar be sown In Angust or September 1LORIDA EAST COAST ICY,

ADTOCATX.: O..e.'u ..trial advt. For Sale by D. n. WILSON A goo, druggist at the rate of from 30 to.40 OLEJTST. MART, Florid ST. AUOUSTINE FliA.r. .

a.nt'be convinced of the plak paper'sworth. ., TUusvllle, Fla. pounds to an acre. W.also have a falllloe ft peerel oaraerv stock

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS- ..THE COOPER & McKEE REFRIGERATORS. This is to Merchants.


i't 'i TO TH. DIVBbOrUENT [continued from 8th page.] And Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.We .
.AWMKLT.rouall..r.D
J Mendel copy min 3 meetings 13 00
:_ Or THE IBDIAX! BIVBB LAKE Electric light! co. . 0 <110> The only first-class Ice
WOam A!!ID BIMIATHB B"'T &OTw.a. C II Walton I printing jury notices. 2 <100> ,
i' T J Cockahutt, registration officer 10 41 chests and refrigerators on do a strictly wholesale business. Our prices are right as we study

1'1 j PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TT Wettmore, lea, . . 2 a.) them. We fill orders the day they are received. We know what In-
E W Hall, com. collect.. '98&004.!! :!'.\ 02: the market, with all the b ,
1 1 Address all oommunloatlan to (; II Walton, printing blanks, 4 00 dlan River'Merchants need, and carry justsuch a stock. Our travelingmen

1 I EAST COAST ADVOCATE FLOBIDA.U. DLGaulden. salary, county judge 33 00 latest improvements. II a visit the Indian River territory every month. We are liberal in
TITDSVIM.B. M Goldsmith, prosecuting attorny :Xt: 33 .
IKS Bank, Interest on warrants,. 10 75 our dealings.\ We quote prices and send samples. Try us when In

. . . 6 00 I
S. eiwrtmeiit of Agriculture J P Brown, janitor, CHARCOAL SHEATHING We and will please you.
can
jailer .... . . 30 (00 need of goods. I
Weather Hurcmi Jupiter, 1 lu. feeding! dogs. . 2 00 LI>E3.
I. I waiting on Co. Corns... 22 (HI)
The following a comparative state E L Brady, merchandise for jail, 3 fi5 GALVANIZED IIWXSIIEI.VES } Benedict Follals & Co.
for the
and rainfall
ment of lemperiiture It A Bobbet, donning cesspool, 3 Oil) ) ,
week ending Tuesday Nov it: 1IKJO.) J P Brown, closet for jail? . 38 7f1 AND d
, -1000-( -1800- J K Walker & Co., cots for jail,. 2 00 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
:DATE. MAX. HIM. MAX. III IN. 3 (HI) 1 y fy .
E I) Wager, pub tax statements, INSIDE LINKING.: -- -- --- -
7 81: 07 77 71 blanks for Co. Corns, 360A -
h 8 82 (IItI! 78 72 E Johnson, deputy rer(. officer, 12 (00
!> 78: (114 77H 73 J II Math, .' 12 (HI) DOUBLE DOORS OX1OP. I ir----, I i t' SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
70' TilE
61
10 78 .J F Bell, 12 00 ;
.,
LOCK ON LOWER
:11 tsO 61 77 UIan> W R Hoe cb, 12 (00 i q I
y: 12 7(1( 58 70. : S F Olbbs, .. 12 00 'DOORS.WHITE
:; 13 00 48 77 05.r.o ; H A Conkling, 12 (N() : Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
,
I Total rainfall for the week: W A Louder"" 12 00() rr ,
Departure from normal rainfall for the J S Hell, 12 00 FOR CATALOGUE ANT PRICE LIST. ''I'I
4v :, week: minus .21 Inches. Departure T J He Stell bon, 12 (HI -
from normal rainfall since January 1, J M Swain a' 12 (00 ***
----- and SidewalkBrick
-We also a complt'teLine Vitrified
Paving
carry ......
1; minus 4.17 InebeR.I J I I. Enos, i 'a 'a 12 00 ,
HAL P. HARDIIT, Observer P U Witt fold, 'a 12 00
: ., OJ of the Celebrated Odorless Refrigerators.
'r H Sanders 12 00
.: II Wilson, 'a s' 12: (HIV ) Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville\ Florida. Telephone No. 262.
( and Rockledge will
TITUSVILLE "
II Nail 12 00
mBO, *
II make heavy shipments of orange W T Walker a' 12 00 Write us for prices on anything our line. J. K. J1UNNERLYN, General Manager.MeMurray .

this season. It looks like old times J E Haney '! 'a 12 00
't1 the treee'loaded with fruit. I' A MoM ll1Ian ". 12 (00 :
to see F. OL.A..JEi
,1 E J Tremor a' .'a 12 (HID ) j&. 9
L Walker 'a 4 12 (K)
COOL, weather has come at last J Mendel: election work. . 14 80 I FURNITURE CARPETS MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS, & Baker

and our citizens are walking the J R Walker . . 1 00WII ,

t ,. streets with an elastic tread. The Sharpe . . 20 00 Juohsonvillo: : : : : X'1ct.HANNE .

I: boys pockets have been well filled II A Conkllng" . .201111( ) -- 220 and 222 East Buy Mohawk, Block. Jacksonville, Fla.
,
.f N Waller . . 49 80 -------r--------
;; this week with their hands.
J U Walker&Co sup elect'n box >s :.1 (14 Headquarters for-
U II Walton adv quallied voters 45 :3.1 BROS....
I ALVOKIJ the boss embezzler is now a' stricken 2 ()N()
a on trial before United States Commissioner T J Cockshutt express rag books :2. 7.:> 121 -12'8 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
and electn !r 5 (00 ,
''I Shields. But conviction D L Carlton,delivery ballot boxes 20 00
+ #, or acquittal will not bring back the d F Reed, '. I 6 00 Liquor and Wine MerchantsCI1l1e and Sundries.

.' money he has appropriated to his J P Brown, '. ,
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I own use. 1st 31 70 "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES; put on you wheelsat
; J P Browndelivery ballot boxes In and Jug Trade Solicited.-
2nd district. 20 80 short notice.
ill i LET us cut ourselves loose from G M Robbing, atty fees . 10() 00 Wholesale Distributors of Lemps'' St Louis Beers .
i i', the populist party and thus bring/ C II Walton,ad rag. 1 40) -- -

I back Kentucky, West Virginia and E B Wager, piloting tickets . CO (00
Maryland to democracy. Unadulterated ad list of elect oflicers. {051 OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
: Mrs It C envelopes HARDWARE.Doors
I Scrimgoour, stamp -
democracy Is what we want Board 10 00 Sir-Call or send for Prices. .

in the South. Pauper list for month. . 14(1( Oil -. .- ,,-- --.------- ---.------ -, ----- --- -- --'.--------- ,
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FLORIDA oranges are beginning A A PGoio, constable Inquest 4 00 ? / Sash .andIBliuds Paints Oils

to travel northward. Oranges are F. Kiinrer, juror . . . fill ,
I \ .1 Hooks, .'. . . (fill Lumber BuhldllllglVIaterial.Evetrthing ,.,
,I, selling on the trees for two dollars J E Mason . . . . ((10 l1 e

and seventy-live cents per box. A A Calv, . . (00M ) Glass Cutlery and Ammunition..,
i Does that not sound like old time Powoll, . . . . (to ,
Florida prosperity? VOW II k I nllon" . . . . J 0 Fries, supt of roads. . 41 80 In lloiixe Building Materials[ : LUMBER( BRICK: LIME,
::BC 1'TI> ::s<>"U" s.
DOORS LOCKHOLTS; :
W It Knox, painting sign posts 11 75: OTCMKNT, PLASTER S \SII, NAILM : ,
Now THAT the election is over let PAINT: OILS, COAL TAR, etc. Aim) Orange Boxes, Vegetable
J A Taylor road work o"n :3 I dint 1III/ (00) JACKSONVILLE FLA.
122 West Street
: us bestir ourselves and nee what we J W Giltlis acct 4" 1 40 00 Crates, Orange: Bud Vegetable Wraps, etc Bay ,
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I ,I can do and in the growing way of raising vegetables ;We O"B Sanders_ special" work". "JJ "" .2 :Jill(01: ) 1111(00) G7 E:4C>:RGE F. :aE? .A..JD IDa' <>:IV', -- -- -

oranges. E ESwInson road work :200() E.VU OALLIB, FLORIDA. HAMMOND PACKING CO.
will find these things fur more advantageous
tl J P Sawlelle 2: 0,1. _. .
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than discussing politics.", Bond Lumber Co., lumber.. . 6 7S ---- -- ----- -- (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)

J A Booth, ncct contract It), 3 dls 2.1 00 Rockledge. Georgiana. OUR SPECIALTIES
THE Germans appear to be getting I' A McMillan" -17, die 3 (10 OO :
G if: Hnrdee rand work :37 60 "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
,If.}l in a little revenge on the W B Ord lumber 83; 00 A. L. Hatch lf> nbncnt on visit, to hit Messrs. A. V. Mlscock and E. V. Hall
I Chinese for past atrocities. Looting Cresson & Chester bal cont 13": (HI (Oil) brother In New Orleans. went to TltuHvtllo\ butuid.iv.Mrs. "Coin Special" canned meats.

and murder are reported in J O Verncr road work B (00) "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.
:. II. J. Magrudwr, of Oak mil, won In Lena Hall and d.mchter.; Miss
H II Howard 4 8 42
t: press despatches, and the German .) II Baker, repairing lighter 4 13 fiO town a couple of days this week Nellie Owen vittiied. Miss Katie Fiinlc, "Calumet" leaf lard.

I'' officers are evidently doing little to Fee & :Stewart, material .4 3 00 E. A. Hartwell find daughter, of Oil- at Coquina, Saturday. Homemade lard."Peerless"

id j prevent their soldiers from filling It A Cnn k II nit, repairing 4 10 80 sago, will probably arrive here till Mr. and Mrs J, W. limner were puss- pure .
I. their pockets and using their musket I K It Wager ad for bids 4 3 (00n ) week. eogersonthe Canaveial. to Cucoa and compound lard, sausagesand
J I M Dodge, removing fence, die jj oi) return, on Tuesday of hint week.
*. Sire E. A. Chnlfleld and her mother, nil. Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
: J T Bevlll bal contract 2.1: s 107\ r.o.
Mis. Heck, of Now Haven, arrived at Miss Maude I.l\ulI'hlllllln.1: Wlnnlo
1 i'''.: \VOULI it not be as well for our road I work, u lU3 so their winter borne on Tuetid.iy Dixon were calling on friends In the -- -- -
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II Benson I 5 20 ((10
t Town Council to do something in 1<' 0 poppen 3 12 noR A. Wheeler And Mr. and Mass Bristol south end of town Friday nfteinoon. SANITARY

f regard to the littering of our streets J 0 Michael 21 00 Arrived from the north last week, and Dr. Holmes was down !Sunday to tee WILLIAM CLARKE PLUMBER.

with refuse and paper? Just lookat E C Walker, on acct con 24, 6 150 (00 are domiciled In their cottages on Barton his patients. lIe was at Grandma Mun- ...
Julia street ; around the school Will Frantz, 22, A 2IK))00 avenue. son's, II. K. Hughes' and J. \V. Bruner's.

house as well as other places in II Knudsou 1, rond work, 5 24 00 Rev Mr. Smith and family have arrived Miss Myrtle Baldwin spent a pleasant Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Hoofing, Sheet

town. Why not follow in the foot. J. W. Bryan, of Lowder, Ills, writes: Smith, and will\ are occupy at the the Palm Piesbyteilan Cottage. pulpit Mr.- She day:\ called with Auntie on Miss Hughes!Maude last Laughlln Tuesday.In Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets

I steps of Mayor Whilldln, of West "My little boy was very low "with pneumonia. I hero this winter. the afternoon.Mr. and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and
Palm Beoch who has had a notice Unknown to the dootor we gave
him Foloy'a Honey and Tar. The result Mr. and Mrs. White have opened their Pierce, who is in his eighty-fourth descriptions re-linned.
published to the effect that a sentence was m"lClooland puzzled the doctor, as It cottage, and already have a cumber of year, and Is very spry and lively for a
l' of $5 fine or ten days Impris- Immediately stopped the racking cough boarders. TouiUts are JrRduallyarrlv- man of that age, walked up to the north:
onment will be put on anyone who and he quickly lecovered." B. It. Wilson ing, and things are beginning to look end of town and back, Mond.iy morn 37 Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Florida.
& Son. quite gay again.J. I
t I throws waste paper scraps or other nil.
refuse on the streets or .sidewalks. II. Bower and family have returned Mis Eva Owen accompanied her teach
The also otfers $5 reward Bovine.Craig from I'alm Beach, where they have pass er, Mills Beatrice Sanders, to her home
r Mayor ed the summer. Their place here has near ludianola, to attend the Baptist As-
for the names of parties violating been sold, and they will now reside at RocUUon at that place. They went up .PLUMBING.
Hopkins carries the Savage mail
this ordinance.. their Georglana home. Thursday and remained over Sunday. ..
Thursday the 8th Inst., was.a perfect
Mrs. II. J. Smith and Master Dan arrived Between Coquina and Bonaventure,
A NEW Atlantic City has sprungup day.Not from Jacksonville / :Miss' Sunday afternoon, as Ve ey Hall was going
as if by magic, at what hae long ago two beautiful bald eagles Elsie, who him been attending Stetson from Mr. Frye's to Mr. Frink's placeon Steam, Gas and Hot Water Fittings Tin Sheet Iron
were seen soaring near the ground. with them his wheel he encountered rat- ,
heretofore been known as Pablo University, DeLand came a large
Beach. :Mr. Flagler, who does not Messrs.. Bethel and Joan Stewart went as she has been unable to continue her tlesnake In the road, missing it by onlya and Copper Smithing.
I to Titusville on business last week. studies on account of Illness. few Inches. Blocker came with his
know how to do things In a halfway and despatched his snakeshlp. It
manner, Is using all his great There Is a large "nerlo" to be seen Miss Alice Ilentz, of Quincy, Fla., arrived !gun was six feet long and had nine rattles Estimates furnished on application to any part of Florida.
here last J1'rlday.( She a few
near here on the top of a tall dead pine spent aDd button.
energy in making Atlantic City tree. It resembles somewhat the pal. days with her sister, Mrs. Oeo. Hatch, a
}Florida one of the finest sea coast metto shacks we taught; missionary before going to City Point, where she J. Brady Dower, wife and daughters :IIOUFi: Ert. talc x..Xo-EiT330I:: :>Y"
resorts in the world. The beach Is schools. In, In the palmy days of yore and her sister, Mrs. Keys, expect to i have returned from Palm Beach, where
-1800.- spend most of the winter. they have spent the summer very pleasantly 15 to 28 South Main street.
and in addition
naturally picturesque, '
and their new house
are occupying
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to its natural attractions Jim Henderson sr., while on his way near Ilr.Vblte'. in the north end of JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.laJfJIDt' .
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there will be a magnificent boulevard from the election last Tuesday night; LaGrange.Andrew town. Mrs. Bower came home on the _
fell violently against a lightwood stump, train, Tuesday, and Mr. Bower and two
miles in I
some ten length, which came near severing his right ear
Carlllehaa just completed a daughters came up In their sailboat, the : $.ir WATCHES CLOCKS
southward the lie dead for
reaching along was appearently some time Mlnona, and arrived Sunday afternoon.The .
roof his house -
before he revived. He sustained several new on ( ,
beach and within a few feet of the .
other Injuries. Everybody Is complaining with colds many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Dana YrV {
The foundations fora
rolling ocean. Hlscock with them la the
since the change In the weather. sympathize ; J Diamonds s
hotel are now being laid, and death of their only child, Alicia Maila, 1 .. .. .Jewelry ,
when completed will excel) splen- Banyan. Our postmaster and family spent Sunday of membraneous croup, at their home c' IIII c, m. ""y ,

dor any of the beautiful public In Tltu..ille with J. A. Collins and near Pidcock, Oa., Nov. 2nd, aged,: about l If.S Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents,
Cold weather once more In our town. family two years. They were former residents .
palaces hitherto erected. The of this :Mrs. Illscoek's mother -- : 1 "-1 TfnllltQaltbam; \ Watches' etc-
place. ,
Uncle John Henry calling a :
wan on
4 beach Is thirty miles long and is a J. McAlister, on his return home, friends Monday night to eat! a good tur- Mrs.[ Hall, died here just three monthsago 4- 1 \t11J- JUl\1\
marvel of beauty. Several fine spent Tuesday night In Banyan. key supper. and she with her little daughter, HUE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING

i docks have been built at Mayport Old man Mao's fast yacht, tho Snooze, spent a few weeks with relatives town. -S"':I ;-- ,_
got adrift during a recent norther. Turkey dinners were popular here, She was a bright: sweet, winsome baby, A' SPECIAI.T Y.
extending over half a mile into the Sunday. J. D. Ennls and T. A Johnson and was sick only about two days. \Watch Inspector tor PUnt System, and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern R'y.
r ocean, where a depth of water twen- J. LeFlles, agent for Benedict. PollakA killed four while squirrel hunting on Spectacles and laH" ..
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Eye
ty-flvefeet deep is obtained. Atlantic Co., Jacksonville, was In our villagelast Saturday t. -Do you filter your drinking water f Charges; paid one way. R. J. BILKS,
week. 22S: W. Bay St.' JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
City Is destined to become a. ___
Messrt. Eugene; Stuart and Craig Hopkins -
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great shipping point, and in a short of Bovine, also !.. Yelvlngton, of --
period huge ocean liners will be discharging Eau; Gallic, spent Sunday Banyan. :CO T'T: : REIs:: : ::

their cargoes lit the new Have you tried the new brand of cof- Watches AND Jewelry.

1 wharves. In twelve months the fee yet!' If not and you wish to ascertain Unless you want to save money.

new city will become a fixture, and the name or quality ask Broza &
in a few years it fame as a pleasure Allen about It. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS SIIOES, MILLINERY FURNITURE, MATTINGS, The old established Watch and Jewelry business, TOE GOLDEN

resort will be heralded throughout J, Odgers, of Frostburg, Md., writes. : TRUNKS, TOYS XMAS NOVELTIES Etc. Prices are right ALIGA TOR. bas removed' from the old stand, 3 West Bay streetto

the civilized world. Floridians are "I had a very bad attack of kidney com- 417' West Bay street, on the same side of the 'street la the
Our stock Is well selected and SUITABLE. WE CAN WE WILL .
to be congratulated on having such plaint' and tried Foley's Kidney Cure new, please you. Traveler1.I Hotel block.
which, Immediate relief and I Established In 1873. Address,
a business man as Mr. Henry M. gave me TRY US. Mall orders receive prompt and careful attention.

Flagler at the head of this great was tles.1'perfectly no cured substitute.after taking B. K.two Wilson bot --I..-)O'LTIS: i.: STEP' :: 2:::>rN'S.:: _

Movement. A Son John R. Walker & Co. Titusville, Fla. 4 4r 117 WEST BAY STREET, -. JACKSONVILLE, FIAI .









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;1.. Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG, t Eden. The H-0 Co.'s FeedsAre THE SOUTHERN FRUIT CO.


EYE SPECIALIST. Dr. Platte of Fort Pierce made a professional

call to this place, on Monday.Mr. 10 and 13: Bridge! street JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.

,l and Mrs. Chas II. Kneey were welcome exclusive: ration of grain scientifically blemtod to accomplish certain eml.

,II visitor at the Ncllierby last Sun The H-O Co.'s Poultry Feed to Insure a greater yields of eggs and Wholesale Fruit s HHllrhl( ( p Merchants.We .,

, day afternoon .
i a shorter moulting season. pay cash for all fruit ami vegetable, or receive on communion,
Tbe Social Tea Club was entertainedvery The H-O Co.'s Horse Feed to Insure the maximum of strengthand
l the bom-lit of tlio mniket.1MIOMPT .
n Y auv n1 't Robinson giving shipper
syw delightfully by Mrs. C. A. -
condition to horse.
on Wednesday lank your : ItUTUllNS. OltlMMtS riMii: nt 1.\\"I''. IMCICiS.
The H-O Co.'s Scratching Feed for Poultry to produce profitable
S. F. Webb had tbe misfortune to -Wo vtant'OMATOKS --
results.
sprain his ankle\ very severely last Friday : LIMES, 1MNKAPPI.KS, BAN .\ St'C'O.INI"I'SLEMONS: ,
The H-O Co.'s Dairy Feed will greatly Inrroaoe the Mow of milk, and make
night at the station. '
ORANGES: OUAVAS, AVPI.KH, POTATOKS: OXIONH. TKl.KKY: <: ,
< It richer In butter fats; at the same time keeping up the live weight of the cow
The youngest of W. F.' Wolf's quartette I I'OUI'I'UNH I F.tSUH. Address,
of boys baa been very ill, but at T7/i riiinvinmf that the trial of A sample lot of the ]t.() Co.'s FNdlwill
We correct all capes of simple and this writing Is much improved.Will lYli llllnl (111166 substantiate the above .l.ilm, or Wit v.111 checi fully refund l THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY,

compound refraction of the eyes, leliev- Frantx and Miss Ankeny, of An 'I' your money. 10 and 12 Hililtfo Street JACKSONVILLE, KLA.

fag; all nerve and eye strain, headaches kona, were calling on Eden. friends last Ask your feed dealer for It. If be does not keep It we will supply you direct.

and often sick stomach. A scientific Fiitluy' afternoon en route to the ball at
Jensen. CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
examination made before fitting glasses.;

We carry the largest optical stock in the Our bens are all on a stilkts. Eggs sold VEST ADAMS STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ATLANTIC CITY.The
so cheaply last spilng that they have do-
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State. We also do the largest/ optical cided to !go out of business until better -

business. Repair work: by mall promptly prices prevail.A .

attended to. Address recent letter from Alfred Cox who 110J New Seaside Resort of the South. (16 miles of Jacksonville.

sold out bel'e. thin summer and left for '
Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG Specialist. )
England to be gone; two years, reports
Claike's Pharmacy, his arrival Iu Boston. 1tl6t1&

65 W, Bay street, Jacksonville Fla. Mrs. John Miller's dancing; class: held Property of the Florida East Coast Railway

----,- -- -._- .. Its first meeting last Wednesday evening.The / .
children report a grand time, and The most popular. semi lito rcxort Jit the South.
West Palm Beach. me looking forward to the next meeting. totr:
! : J& v WJB jrf'* Lots fronting I the ocean mill l>onl<>\i\r N now
) Henry Whipple Is slowly recovering
Major ttoynton was la town Saturday. the use of his band. It has been a longtime J offered for smile Special prlcett for next :JIO days.Couxtlar .

Geo. Maltby Is confined to the bouse ; getting better and lie Is much of rLORKM 30PWORHJ JACKJONVIUf.riA '
with a slight billions attack. the; opinion that the best place for felon : : .dBuclmari:: .A.gt. i
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on "other 2'1:!:I IToiin street, JACKSONVILLE:, KLA.HUKVAWU .
We republicans of
are course very jubilant
over the national election. Will Saeger of Ankona has accepted Jensen Melbourne. i
a position with Henry Whlpple and thus
The home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. drier Far has proved himself the most popular COUNTY'S VOTE.'

has been brightened; by the advent of a clerk the store has ever bad. We hope We notice that the Waveland sections .
ten pound boy. he will remain time. shipping; quite a good pines OOOKK Q noODK.( -Roal state and '-...nA.
a long many .Aurt'nt for .1(,,,,,, l nnilnn end l.lverixxil anilillnlw THE OFFICIAL COUNT. i
now. This swells the shipments front .
and
I'a
Glen Strohm and mother are at the his ITorlilmiiMtuKhlntitoii Hun
while their Will Robinson of Ankona made this point considerably. elite Fire InmirnniM. Hmctal| altontlon paid l Ali\ ynmetwhaenta' to the(1.1111111011' were .rr..1. "Y 1g.IIIIIlJurlly.. Th" Vllle on the f"...,..1..I.tutlunal'miventiueeax I.
Palms house
new is being first appearance among us, last Sunday to the interests ol nO'I'rvnlilonu.H ..
made ready for them We glad to see Tns. Holmes antifamily --- ._ '- --- -- : l'.r.I. AlrllIIlRt,3'JIl.
after a very enjoyable visit of two or are ---, .. .
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more months to Now York, Altoona and buck again.. They have been up) Mrs. Frank Idner's sister, Miss Slarke IlKhtlul+ ) to winter 'A" bi ::: =: } I .d = :
Hpot Huml or mtininer. ::
mountains for of air OI' ;
In tho '
bas been quite 111\ for the past week, but other points. lie is looking remarkablywell. a change ruled on Mull: ululf,' nvorlookhiK time Indian YI'iii" 'jClI.r I" tl10C' "'I CI 1 .. !:
is now convalescing.The We I think this checks oil the \list of those Ulver. Tornm iniiilorntn.tHANK e.\XIIII.'I.t.: : wq 'y c..1, :c ,, :;; .: !: .. 'EI i' q h 1"1" 3 1

The tl'ecslu this vicinity are that have haul the pleasure n trip to ''t"lntKT".NI'I'O..rl"tor.. ... ;:, :I''h 1 :I 1_ 'a aa 04 I" !; L .. _'\\I !
angel of death has come Into many orange !let some mountain air, with Its many ------ --- '-- -- 'I! : '''' : I., l'"" I::' (.; \i'I: : : \ I : :: H
loaded with fruit, and'prcsent a tine appearance. Jfff" SubHoilptloim for thin AIIVOOATK, I.I 'I : t.7r
homes in our midst tills last month. To benefits. I ec M s.iJ..ilill.r..I
all of the bereaved There Is a grape fruit tree on I the pink paper of tlio Enst: Coast,, will bo .... .fi._ t":!', ,,' ..! 1- ..._ -_ .!::.'. :
ones we extend sym Mm. /baunder's: place that turns every. Our band loader. Is feeling\ very grateful received at the Melbourne PoHtollloo. --. ; -;n" laoititstJohn : : I ; II4tNt,
pathy. body green with envy that sees it. It Is to the cool wave we bad during the S heard, ::11I 1'1111'\1111\11\0\ \ j 42:! II\1\ :! I-! '712:1111;I: : r I1 : 1:1-s: l

Mrs. L. D. Illlhoiise\ has returned from simply loaded with fruit. pant week, as It has driven two of his Miss| Brown has returned from her visIt WIII.II.I 1111is: :\1 I'Ij IMt\JOI: :! 74111725:! .1.1: : :. 3:I 14lNI411M119: :
her summer outing; much Improved in members back home that have been up to Senbroe/.e.: .J.II\1hllrll.: \ ? ::111 $7 1.456 \11) ni 7 II j1l23) ; 1:1: .11111/: :/ :I NIN4I4610M. :{ \
health, to the groat satisfaction of her The Merchant our popular: trade-boat, the river finhlng. He Is hoping to get I.. ,311: $7145111)11:! 7II(1JI:! '= 1:1 /1111:1/ :a I 81$3411613: :
many fi'lends.Mr. made her-"last trip" again this week. the boys In shape for another concert Porson Paddlson anal Harry Wlllblte "' \ 'WIIIIIIIII..1.111011, 7 22! 21'1:I 1'1 1.1: M I II 1\ $ I 6 6 1 ::1 j' 2 I I 711M

Bell and family, from Hudson N. She .Is growing; in very that much she makes like a her professional last- later on, and in anxious to keep the different spent' last :Sunday evening In town. Peter II. I llvhll4ol\\ 7 II: 2111112! 14 I 7 1\ i W:::: I 1\ 1\ I n j' 2 I I 0121l4dwnrd :

T., are domiciled in the Robert Bungalow singer with regularity. We parts together. Mrs. C. It. Stewart an') little sou made :, / C. IVerks ,,1\.11:1: : 1:' '1I\ 7 I 7 1\ 0 I 5 1\ 1 In j' I 1 1\\ 115CImrh.

on the east side. Mr. Bell Is the appearance will no doubt see her great; noon again. Whew I Another cold wave right on a visit'to Melbourne. Hunch, last Sitlnrday. : ..s F.\ IIl1l'nlit. 7:1:1:1: : 1.-1\\ II 1.1: 1'1 I 7 1\\ % I 11 II I l:1{ j' 2: I 1 1:11):

first visitor to bring an automobile. top of one that had barely blown itself Furt'ungrramiI" t
Miss Posey Taylor who taught our blankets Hol"rtW.llrlvll4 ::11 HIj'l111:! \\I 737mo10: 1211.111111\:1{ : :\ :I 717:11IIUOIuhll : :
)\11'. and Mrs. Frederick Robert are In school so successfully' \ for two terms, Is out.pineapples Itoys for get we your heard some on one your say George lad disuu arm family of EaiGitllle ( 1\1, Cheney 7 1 1M :I \\II 111:1: 7 :9 I ii 6 I 14I 1 : II 3: 1 I 1123Iror :

their winter home on the East side, Vvl- back In the Montioollo high school where there was going to be a freeze this winter wr\lln town, I last: Sunday, visit UIIV\'I'lIlIr : I\t\ I

dently enjoying the autumn weather in she taught last winter. :she pleads gull After the experience of the lam tug Irlends. SYuLS.Ienuigs' : ,III/ 113IH\j/III: / :. 7111111i'4:.: 13 7:1111:113.:1: : 7:1I:1.IIIIIHIII. : :

preference to the northern blasts of their ty to a preference for Indian River and five years ue won't dispute) him or call! Mrs. Frank Fee entertained the Liter\ II. ,)11'1'lIrhlllt'.. II 1 11'1 :311 I \\111 t4 2 I 7 0 I II 5 1 n 7 2! I 71:1.1A. : :

city home. hopes to be back here next winter. him cI'alyeither. but hope he Is mistaken iiry Society at her pleasant horn Ins 1\1. Inrtoll, I 1:1: I \ 1\

Rev. S. D. Paine returned last week "norther" just the same Friday evening. For :-IlIlIrl'lIIl'I Cllllrt :
leaving Mrs. I'alne In Philadelphia for a When the struck Sunday "'r/IIIII./ .. //t. Curler ;17 HllltI\1: JIIII II :I'II\I'III\ :! 12 '; :!1I1:11I: : :8 I "1:11 ::1:11:141111I..lIry : : \
few weeks when she will retain, biIng- night the Maude Miller promptly pIck- J. C. Frank gradually getting a focuson Wm. Campbell, Is shelling/ the toad O', OIlCltI..II, 7 17 :II I\I) 6 H II .J tI : I II I 12:I II l II. I j 11IA:
ed her anchor and left for warmer mound) the <: III I III
up his. business requirements In the way; KpUcopiil cliuioh, which
their the winter
ing daughter Grace for For Secretary uf StateIJeorgte e
Kev. Paine was' greeted warmly by climes. :She was stopped In her mad ca- of stoie-1oom. He( has found it neeessary'to quite an Improvement John I.. Crawford ::11'1 $J\ \ ::1110 llillillj; : 1:1 ? tIIll:! : ;! :1:. ,710111111:1! : : :J

his numerous blends, both In and out of leer by bring up against elll>t. Hichal'd8'wlullf. this draw out another length In the Copt Ray McFadden loft hi'rn la..tTlle"lav tV .\111'11. \\1:1: I II I:, 1'1 \\I N.! H i. I 1/ I I':I 7 I 1 :!:
As this I III the (list time and has had addition ill:1
his church. staunch little vessel has tiled to elope telescope, an putto Iu the nchooner, J. F. Powell\. For tlurIIl'Y'(11'111'1'111V.
We to that the one lately made and will nov for the Haliaum Islands: \ U. l.llll1nr. ::1\1 l\ 1'171.r.1.I: ) \\I 710165.27: .1.1:. 7.1111:112: : ::1.7:11:11: : II\W:
are gratified report Mayor be turned hernew
her head by
think most
we have good loom for hay, grain and Frederick Cnbherly': N 17 ::11:1: 1111 I 1 H ::110 I I I'I a 1 ::1 7:1 I 1\11:1\ :
Whlllden and Clerk George Adams were dieas. We have heard of such feed That Jennon Is the business center Karl Adams. and his friend, Hollo 1I11Ia-1

unanimously elected Whillden to succeed had the them things. of th section 11a fact that U man!. nero are here to spend the winter. Till For W.CUlllp'11. Reynolds' roller : :8 III M117121:. $ ICI 7:111;: r\Il7\ : : 13: 7ti11201:/ I:! :I '71:! 311:11'1/1: /

selves. !Mayor com the \( Lane and Hatchings, were rrg fasting Itself every day Is !Mr.' Adams' third soasouln Melbourne John \Y, 1'lIwI'Ii. H l II d. II (ill) i :2 I \0 1 I H li 2:/ ;3. //1:1 1 7111
pllmentof hating no opponent on 1
ticket. Went palm Bench people know Isteiedatthe Netheiby, last Haiutdny The Gilbert, liar Yacht Club gave a II. O. Snmlokrr ts having.. now bile Fur IIIII' 'I'r"IIMllr..r :
They are from Maine and expect to 1-4l1ll'1iil1ll1l 1 l 71111111:111{ 1:1 i/IIIlII/ I : : a 1 7UIIlUIIIIWaltl'r :
foundation under the Gland View JIIIII".II.Wldtll..II.:1U 1 :t / : : : : : :
when they got a good man. ball In the Town (Hall on Friday evening, put
spend the winter in South:! I Florida huntIng that proved most enjoyable time for Cottage J. H. Baker has charge of the CI. Ho"IIIKon) K 17 31(1 711\ H .J WI Ii ; 1 I" 1\\ I 2: 1 :2. :9 I 7110

Your correspondent was taken through; and fishing, and will probably locate the members and their friends. Ampler work For III" .
tIle l'emfnlle.Ionday.! and shown the somewhere ou the East Count, we hope freshments were served by C. O. Jan nod Miss Jessie Gnoda left Wednesday W, ;JI1'aIM: : all, $517 flu\ .\110\ 7:11: ill) ://11 I 11 7 :1:1.2. IJ: :I 7U:! ::1111lilt.I $ .
hero -
many Improvements that are going on. at Eden. Thoy procured a row boat at who had charge of department, and for Jacksonville where she) will Oeh. W. 1I0IulI'''. )(1:111( : 'I15101$765U I : :2107:13.521 I \ :I : :I t I IT
,
the :St. Lu
have \
Painting papering and oiilclmmlnj are this place and /gone up
bin and onke was. enjoyed by all ur Cntu Agriculture
the order of the day, and we predict for cie river for a trip, expecting to return That cream Mr. Jannoch Is ail artist in the way spend James a .month .or no wIth( !her sister, !Mrs; n"/lJIIIIIIII 1 I':. Ali' 1.111 ::1'7 1'1l: 6 1110111: I I II :I 1 I M1 i :2.1 I 1 iii II 2 It I I 1/1:1:/ : :3 I 7 :20 :J 4 l:5 4$:J

Mine lost lluntlogton and his valuable here later. of cake decorating no one that viewed Hogg.Born Otto o. Butterwirk 4 ::11I 510 H U '7 r. I\.J\ I I" .S :t/ It II :9 I 17111 I

assistant, Mrs. Huntlngtoa a full house Mr.!. W F. Richards. entertained two his tine display of cakes pan deny for to ;Mr. and Mm. J. T, Hogg/ Jack. For HA II rUR.1. (::011I111','r
Sorrow has come -Into tho family of of her friends very charmingly by plan. they were works of art. This was the Honvllln', Kla., on the 8th Inst., .11 mm lobo I.. l\Jorjt/UI/ ::111 Hli Ii 1/1/ \\III 12:! l111\1'I7: \ :! 1:1 7 ::1111:11:1: : :I 721)H:/ ) : 11I.&
II II I'' (II II 7 /5 I 17 .1. :9 I 11.1: 1 5111
have the congratulations of their 17 ,1111
It I I" They J.ulllhl'rt M. Ware
Mayor and Mrs. Whillden, In the death] nlng/ \ trip by carriage( to Fort Pierce first ball of the season but we hope
of Mrs. Lydia Lemlng mother of Mrr which plan was moat successfully carriec one of several that the Club may find I it many Melbourne\ frluo 31; Hl'lla .IJ III tI: N4I501i) 1:1 H :1:11:1: : II 8:) (11111:1:1Itlfl{ : :/
Whillden, a very lovable, Christian woman out Iflut week, Thursday. Her guest possible to extend through; the season. The following Illeall gentlemen! were FairE.. N. I IIeprrseuLnt 1'llIIi'k. I
at the ripe old of eighty-seven Mrs. John Miller and )[rs. KookH late Hotel ( LeKlls\ I v.' :
age; ware ------ anlvala at 'IrltonI! r. ,
:III III 1261e3II: : : $1:37013: ) : : 1:1: :1111112) : 3 N11):1519521) : : : :
HIIIII..r..ulI
years but to the last retained her faculties They made an sal ly start and reached WOMAN'S IUOIITS.-Woman's firs of JllcklloD\'l1IoJ and W. E. Oakes, Fret f K.
and died In full faith of the life be destination at nine o'clock and returned For CI'rk Circuit' Ct:
the their making, several Inalienable light/ Is freedom from headache Bennett and oJ, M. Mahoney, of New A. A. I'1It'wl\rt. :lit 10:1: .:) $lIIli I.'; ) : II H ml:/ iii 51o173.112,537: ': : [
yond. The sympathies of citizens by moonlight York
nervousness and constipation that : \
one and all, go; out to !Mr. and Mrs. Whill stops on the return trip one of them beIng so often make her life mlsoiable. The Charlie Hatch of Rookledge( cam. FurCoulltyJulljt'A. 'IJ l''II/lt'Y .:. l)10215122il4:! : 14.11 lill:1I: II 1)211411 :2 I 111\1\ 31 I:!I 1iJ: ;
den In their bereavement. at Mr. Richards' seven acre orange chief cause of these troubles stomach down In his fist little launch, last, Monday I
Fort Pierce. The ladies For //'I11I'r11Y t I
south of -
To-day take Foley's honey and Tar. It grove were j just full of enthusiasm for beautiful disorder. Dr. Loyal Dyspeptlclde, with a J'"rtyof friends who Have: .1.. 1'. Brown -IIIICIIi!\ I r.o.lH: 1I.ln7II 1 I : : : ? .1110:1711\: fl1tIWJlIJG7Uo'ur : : :
other Is the new and perfect euro for these Ills gone out on the prairie west of town, on I
1'nb
positively prevents pneumonia or Riverside Drive, on their return. N 14's' I)t. na.
serious results from colds. It may be too U. R. Wilson tai Son. a hunt. I.hLllhna: :IMIIN)18M1021ITI0IIlO1J0: : : I1 ,12411CI\: 8 N10It1J6:4: : {

late to-morrow. B. K. Wilson & Son. The air Is full of shell road rumors For COli IIty rSurveyor : I I ,
but we have grown( so Incredulous we Mrs. T. Brlddloman, of Parshallvllle. J. O. }'rlt'll. .38101))1 :. $ ? II 02714II! 5 11111:11.31111F"r : .
will not believe It Is coming until It get Artesia.Mr. Mich., was troubled with salt rheum for J.ru..I.utl II Ie AU' '
Ankona.Mrs. here. One party rode over the route las thirteen years and had tried a number of .1. Il, Andrews :: 0\: 131411: : 7:3511320: 1 13 111111111 I .4 7203J/ I: : 1a5.,1):;
week Wednesday, to consider the advisability doctors without relief. After two or three I I.J.
and Mrs.\ King visited Mrs. Mo. For 'lax AH'.SOr''
Babney and three little children of bringing/ shell from the riverIn Kenzle, !Sunday. applications of Banner Salve her hand F. \Vuutt'll : au 11711 ti3 :/ .IJ: 6:1:1: : 1910251118: : \ 10 111:11\13) : \ iSH
and landing them at distances became better and In a short time she ,
scows
left on the Oth for a three or four months Fur TJlX Cullector I
visit to her mother, In NeW York. of three miles apart, so that they could O. A. Qnarterman jr., called on friendsIn was entirely cured. B. K. Wilson fi: Son. E. W. Hall . ::11>1 IOI1&Mli: : I I" 12.101IJ3:1 1 : : \021161:1\ ) : 3 1)ii)351564t) :

be hauled either way and spread upon this place Hunday. For '1'rersaerrtF I I I
Our old friend and neighbor, Mr. Tan the road. Another rumor Is to the effect Lotus. II. Jloy" 85:I: 00 141122: W: "IIIUtI:! 11 1115 111:1: 3 't :21I! : 13: riot,
cI'e. has been quite III for some weeks, that the railroad has purchased two shell! Col. and Mrs. Hogan went to Tltusvlllc ForIj'lw.,1! ]lioarmi? : I I I

but we are glad to state that. he la Im mounds, and will furnish shell at $1:1.50: Friday, returning Saturday. John M.1)Ixon. 4011101 \10. : .$ : : ; I(102116111( : : \, 0 :.! ) :' :

proving. per load, and that our county daddies are Little )Miss Leila King was made happy A norther swooped down on us Mon !t. N. Andrews ::1a ":lIHr.fl :l171I1:1r.fItI) : :', { :! : 1-111:1-1:11.1: & : :. //I : :\ &

Order is gradually being evolved from going to close a deal with them. It Friday, by the arrival of ber violin. C. 1'. I'latts ... ::1:1: IH 11111711110 HU'lI'I: ') : I 11 0:1:1131:1: tl{ 81ilJ 512: 511: .
the late chaos of our county road, owing strikes us that in the time we have been day.C. I : '
Mrs. John Eberwein and son, George, D. Provost I la off to Fort Pierce For Htnt. Capital :
to the successful manipulation of the waiting we could have made the road several days this week In Cocoa. again this week.J. Jarksnnvl/d./ .. IH i8 Ifl 711 a$31111': : I 't: 1M 413 1 :a1122102f11t J : i
"man with the hoe." ourselves, by bringing a pocketful of spent //'It. Augustine, ,12 1:1 ii 'l0 7 8: .1 13M: 1 1// I 1 1 \0 :3 121'l'allaluassee :
shells every time w.t went to the beach. Master Rlbert Carrlngton Is now board. N. Chalker and family visited Cocoa .N / 10 I 3:I H 3 H : IIJ: l iii) i r. I 11(1: ( !

early Dr.on Platte Wednesday of Fort morning Pierce was on a called professional yVs we predicted the dance given by Ing at N. King's, attending/ school here. last Saturday*. Grain 1 J IJ4C111\1 I : I 2 I 3 : :II..J 1 I'Yur

visit to N. W Krantz, who has the Gllbert's par Yacht Club: was a brilliant Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hood and daughter, Beans are In bloom and ere long shipping .\uJlltllnt.Jf'll'ralI'ft'rll'k 7211310: 5152912150/
::11 12 58$5024./ : : 11 a :
been 111 for several days. I { social success, with much emphasison Maude called on friends In Artesian, will begin In earnext. lIou"tnn l ;
'" hall For Stale Chemist. Iliufua $015412)1.'
com
social. The was
tbe large
*" The dance at Jensen on the 8th was fortable filled by the members; and their Sunday. W. BUbea took In the sight In Cocoa 1 I 14:. ItOIl" ::1:1 81 15 4315 '12 5 $ : ) II 7 :1112 la ::1 i 20 U IU:

attended by a few of the Ankona people.Mr. friends from the adjacent towns. There Everyone Is glad! to learn that the and Rockledge, Saturday la.t. j t'cr $: rate's, Attorney : !

and 31ra, Saeper; Miss Ankeney and dancing' to good muslo and the teacher will be a Sunday School teacher Dr. E:. W. Capron came In Sunday and .J.IIU"IeICK 3 i 7 :1:4: : UO"! -4 2 113.101/1'/ 111 I 7 2 :ll'lr. t 4 3 LOT
W. L. Frantz being among the number. weather was "was made to order," as the as well as public school teacher. I la domiciled In hi. home here. John C. Jones ::11 14112':17': 16 12 Ii : : : ;' I:; JI: f,11I 811 I 17.14)113T11: \ : : .

The fall shipments of pines In evidently genial Corn modore said; just cool enough Mimes E. L. Bell, Mary Tuten, Ade- A. N. Tyler ha beau 111 for a few days, For fo.: VUlIIlIIlMlllolIl'r :1:11:1 I :c: ,
make pleasure and It washeartily line and and Mr. Ham: Tutenspent 1st iIstriets.I.
dancing a King
commission to Myrtle
givingsatlsfaction to both all A pleasing tbe and but at pieitent writing I I. Improving. Mendel' 111 2u:/: :.11' :.113,10,, ul-1\ 3 :3 :i I 7 :2 ] laT:
present. evening at
enjoyed by Friday pleasant
man and grower, as they find ready sale the fast (I. Ii. Gsrilnrr. II:1':/: ':' II'' ::1 I 7 (, :.11):11111/ ,: ,, 13 :11.1: :I :2 I :.II I :
the diversion was a cake walk during hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. Car- Tangerine oranges are coloring "
at the farther end of the line, and result 13
1:1 d5 I: I 11I111I [ :J ,. ::1'11 :11 I : ;i2nd
spreads a broad smile over the face evening; Mrs. C. II. Racey and Mrs. W. rlnaton. with the cool weather tbat has prevailed 11. Nallman 'CI I lift I
II. Hurrls who by the way, were the for several day*. l VI.trl.t I .1.11.1.11C.
of the this end.L. )Miss Emma.. Bell of Lowndenvllle
man at : 7241313 : '
J. It. Wftlk..r ::1-1 flC) W &&r.ltJ j5: 000320:{ : ; II : J 7 1'7 :
S. Eldrnd, who has been visiting at belles of the evening movements., won the The cake Judge by S. C., arrived here Friday, Nov. 2nd', andnow J. )C. Ennls and N. I.. Font packed) oranges and l District 1II II, .,. I IWi'll.
their graceful has charge of our school which for L. D. Hancock last week and "' 7 I ,.. t
his old home In Illinois, since August Messrs. Geo. A. Saeger, Wm. F. II. I'Ihl"I'' \II\ :20 112910 II t H \ = a:1:1 I 1111114 I II :.1.1J.
returned to Ankona Sunday evening, were Richards and J. II. LeTourneau. Refreshments opened. Nov. ftth, with very flattering will soon pack more.C. It. Allot 2.5 tJll N:12: 7 7 II :JI: : I lCJ .JIJ:! 0 Il: 9:/ :1 a'I.I'IIt ': :

with several extra pounds voidnpoise, ? were served by C. O. Jan- prospects. D. Provost ball rented the IL J. II District. I I l at'n. 711 '
and well pleased to get back to his home nocli which to those who are acquaintedwith One of our most charming young ladles Allen land and ba* begun to clear It oil C'ollkllnlC 1M 1111:11:11: : 140 715NI10M:\ ::; 12 7 III III : 1$4 : : :
I" was made the happy recipient df a most 2312; II. : : I ,17 3 :t j13 1:11':1.1:1:! :
and Interests here. this caterer Is a sufficient guarantee preparatory to planting 'It In bean*. \\C. A. llnrdev' +. Ii 97 / .
JIIltl/1'/
beautiful bouquet of /flowers, last Wednesday 5th IIKI nit' ,
:
of the best quality
W. C. Raullnson returned from a trip. tbat everything served.was The cakes deserve, evening. They looked like the Mr*. J. M. Field visited friend and J. N. WalJlr i :J11 71.1: 7 1111.1/11: :/ .1 J2 3:1:i I$

to TltusvIlleOD Saturday evening havIng and daintily decorated with roses that grow at Canaveral. relative at Imllanola last week and attended J. 11', tell\ 211 M I H : 4l H 4I :3151 21 13 611 HI:1: I 12210!:! 4 :371
made several stops at intermediate special mention being the Baptist asHoclatfon. /
For 1'1I1..nIIlOI'! JCtK'1I
and taite. The Il2!
points. The fine orange grove of O. S. great skill beauty.good The club flag adorn prize RECOMMENDS IT TO TRAINMEN Miss Alice Sanders, our popular schoolteacher I. "J' J. ("If'k8hutt' 1M 61 1:1filii: \ ) 1\\ L 1 I :. $ 7 : I :3 I 514)12 1(I :3 J '7 'N :3 ';'12rlt:
cake
Ilardee, at Rockledge, being lie one of the the ed the was center a with the letters G. 13. Y. C., G. H. Hainan Lima O., engineer L. E. : did not return from borne until. W. 8. XcorwoMI :20! 3iU: 1( I 227: 3$ 214 1:1.1: :/ .J IIJJ: u :m.t:

most Interesting features, as was under It and a scene on the river on one A: W. H'j writes: "I have been troubled Monday afternoon and resumed her For ()acne Warden : /11"1 I '
of ,
first orange king he had the pleasure with sailboats racing In 1stili a great deal with backache. I wa Induced teaching: Tuesday. ,\A Ford 17 fill 1HIIJ 1 71'311LI: UI : I : J 3 :I 1 Ifll:1Ii'r. :!: 1,
meeting since the wholesale destructionof : side breeze.: Taken altogether,this aNsirwas to try Foley's' Joey Cure and A,1ubtn.oo. :If :3220: ,,' ; I 12 111. \U I 091 l8'12: .Nt1 1 +
groves the years ago and tbls grove bottle relieved me. I gladly Cabbage, potatoes aud pepper. are
entirely
In recent one ,. -
seldom one of the pleasantest years.Space i needed and
but shower
stands for and looking fine, are
perseverance
equalled pluck and never excelled. .! forbids a description of the beautiful friends recommend It to the any train one,men especially, who are my make one wish for the regular uld time Citizen's' Barber i
toilette of the ladies who all looked among CANCER Shop.
have. CURED at HOlE
usually similarly afflicted.'! B. R. Wilson rain we usually
AT XIOIIT or night charming. ,
SEEIN THINGS
A: Son.: Artistic Hair Cutting Shaving,
mare Is a common result of Indigestion. After or when you feel a cold BUILDERS' MATERIAL-Doors, sash NO KNIKIT, NO I'AIJf. Shampooing etc., Porcelain' Bath Tub*.
You can't expect good sleep with bad coming on exposure take Foley's Honey and Tar. There I'a bat Chronic' specialist and blinds, buck, lima, cement, paint Brad t lot tn book.! Addrew, Everything!: up-to-date at reasonable rote.
stomach. Dr. Loyal Ford'a Dyspeptlcide, of and oil.. Lowest quick ship-
and will prevent of note la Florida-Dr. Vincent price; Cancer Sanitarium
fall to cure, I. II. COLEMAIT Proprietor.
stomach It never ,
the new remedy, makes sound If taken In Jacksonville. Write him for symptom ment. 01:'). II. PCKXALD.t : I
tbat digests perfectly. B. K. Wilson A: pneumonia or consumption blanks. Saaford, Fla BKLLKVIKJVFLORIDA.: 13 Main' street, Jacksonville Fla. q
Son. time. B. I(. Wilson A: Son.

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'1 ; ': ;1 Vegetables planting. or forests! A large number. of-

CHOICE farmers have planted trees for wood
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c9 i J find a ready lots states.or windbreaks The greatest In amount all the of western work Florida East Coast Ry.

L market-but only that farmer seems to have been done In Kansas!,

Nebraska and Iowa. .
I' can raise them who has studied Tree planting on the western plainswas SOUTH BOUND (a-t Dowa.) 18 E tr....Sapt e,1000. (Heed Up) NORTH BOUND-

I takt-n up not only by small private o ), o.i! o." Ol
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, I r i the great secret how to obtain owners, but by railroads, a number of rbJ 5 l .el .am W .a uall du: )', .auy 1).17 Na 21. 8T..TIONS. No.IS-! 'Io.tir"illjl.Dally. "''u. trI la

, i both quality and quantity' which planted considerable stretches p's'v' Fv ti ,4TBp: : UUa) Lv..... J aukeonville .....Ar i :::-::: tI.I
t i : with trees to act ns windbreaks/ and < ) .. .. .. 6161)11lUa' Ar... ...::80. Aullm.tlD..Lv. ..?.. y
1 7J 4) ..,... oatp IL L.a Lv..... bt:: Auguettn.Ar: 6111p Sole ......
by the judicious use of well- I snowbreoks. In one Instance a large ...... 66'p U411a .......... a..l1n ...... .Lv.. 114lIp 111I1& ...... tf b O
part of the trees plantednteast/ It +a ...... 512p > .b..... Fast P..latka. ....... 11261' 8 12&.... .. :: P) C
; : balanced fertilizers. No fertilizer thrpe.tourthll-wall cat II)1I peelonn. A :::::: '41'1'' g:1 Ar..latka..L.. 63Up'T1o.'j ;; : :::: .tI Q" Ira
4 660p114u.tLv..Palatka.. .. ... .... 8aaa r.1)
F. Arm CQ
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large number of allantus glandulosawere P ...... "fll p Ar..tlIUlMateo..L.. .. ... iTU. ...... 0 ..
for Vegetables can producea also planted. These two kinds' of E-4 1'12 (ei w: 0 eaat.\ L........... Ran, 1IIal8O.,..'.. ..Aor 18111' ....... w.w.....ts y
trees did well willie chestnut birch I E-4 :-:-::-: TriP IlOIIp: L..Ea tPwa.ka..Ar b2ap: 6 iu' j m NC
large yield unless it containsat white ...... 14./p I/Ilp:/ ....... ...OrmoDd..L.. .. 'lNp 842& ...... q
ash and wild black cherry were. m d ...... f lap 13,1' .......:...Daytona. ........... a alp 881a ...... 0 l') :
an almost utter failure t'IJlIS sap( 147p .........Port Orange......... 11.11' 821a .... 0 'III
least
8% Potash. Send for In California a.a lice 8211p IIOp u .........N.w IIIm7rna........ 8:101': GOlIa "65p
the planting of eucalyp E a 658a...... 2B:1p: ........ Oak Hill.. ....... 8001' ..... J3\Ip\ 0 tI2.
; our books which furnish full tus has proved very profitable) to a to i3 83Ua ...... 8011p .....,..:.Titu.vOie.,,......' anip ...... 161ip = r'
large number of farmers. QI; ...... .. ... ': ... ....Clty Polnt.......... .". ..... ...... a .. ..OoIS ..
In : .. 389p ....:... .. .. i l6Tp
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information. We send them Thoexperiments of J. D. Lyman In S t' J.o ...... ...... 3110p ..........Rookloa.! .......... .. 1 tap: .;.... ...... 0 q ,1I
ti New'Uaml"h/re., / who planted c4 0 ...... ...... ,:lOp ..........JCao Ialli..,....... 11.11' ...... ...... CJqoja !:
severalacres' J'I4' .. ...... .w" to ... ..Melbourn.... ..... 1 rep ...... ...... tb I ':::
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free of charge. of waste land with pine nre of + ...:.;. lI04p .. ....... ... ..... : ...... ...... ICII CQ
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considerable value because .III.... .... ...... ...... 110111' to ..: ..... Ru.eltt n.... ..... 12228p' ...... ...... l') r.M .C...
he was III ...... ...... Step .......... tlt:! Luole .......... 11 ...... ...... p ....
GERMAN KALI WORKS, able to show that the cost of stocking t'IJ ld'e ...... .. .... C06p ........Fort 1'Seroe.......... : ...... .. ..
land with trees can be reduced 0 ...... ...... Srp".. ..... ....Tibbals.. .......... 11 ...... ..::.. tZn CQ
to "
I : NMMII St.. 'I..yru' E E-4 ...... ..... 8811' ....,. .Ed..D. .. \\14> .
1 N w York. about ?S3 to $3 per acre. Ills method.WHITB ...... .. : Oallp to .:... ..:...lon..o ........... .10 u....:::. :..... O I O'J.o
.--- -- -- 4) ...... :::. flfllp t' ......... .Itu..rt.:! ........ .". ...... ...... M
Tri-Weekly Sailings .. o ..... .:.... 'I lp;; ........ Robe bound.:! lu ...... ...... rnU
Free ahd a....... .. .. 721p" ..... .Blest Jupiter ....." .. .. ......
...... ..::.. a a.1) ,.. :West. Palm Beach. lI 2c. .. :.. ...... p
I ,ccc9'lted Masons. Jr-4 d" ...... ...... 8271' ...;:....Hoynton ........., e 9Orel ..... ......
; 4 BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling ...... ...... 8001' ............ Delray ...... 811a. ...... ...... t p'm
I ...... ...... 922" .....Fore Lauderdale .. 80f1" ...... ...... C11007p
"" ...... ...... .........LomOIll.1t7.. ..:::: 'f W.. ...... ......
: .Indlan.- at Charleston, S. C., both ways) N ...... ... .101IlpAr..1> .. .. ... ."Lv 716.unett .. f_
j I I No. 00Titusvllle J:< t".rJo" ...,.are on Tr..lns II aut 7.. -

The Finest Steamships Service Bet...... Jeokaonvllle. Pablo B..oh and Maort.:
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lUver I
f' F4i o. 7 e.25 0.1. 0.J./i/ o. o.
Nale
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IUD:! Dally Dally STATIOYS. Daily SUn
',,- Lm/jto./ Florida. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. only. only! extuexSu! Deny Ita"" ni
II Hold: It* mnetlnics the sixinnil and fourth Fri. Direct bervlce Between ,,1I00p 2'1IJ' 6501) boat. Lv. ....... .. .. .Jee eonv/fie/ ) .........,. ..,Ar""f13 6ii\P\! tJOiJp
day of enrti, month a< the lute Armory TlttulI IIjjHp 20111' II,SHp 82:11.: Ar .... .......Ro. Jack.'n\1I1e........... ...JoOv 7 Y7a .62p II 62p .
villulitTgxno'olorkp.iii.:' ill Points. 71up 2411)! eU4) 8/1l1a"/ ......... .. ...P..bnH..oh.. : .......... .. flea. 4251' 5tip ?..;
I A. A Human.. Worahliiful,, Master.It. Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern 71101'# 800" ea.q.'" 015.:.. .. .. ..., ....l\I..ypo'.t.. .. .. ... .... .. 8411Io 4Ul(('1' lOOp ::
R. WIlHon Senior Wanlnn, -
I J. K. Walk..r.lunlor Warden.. (Calling at Charleston, S. c., both ways) B tw..n lIIe.. SmyrDa and Oran g. Between Tlta..llle wad Sanford
.' J. M. Hlxo", Tr>.aa"rer.
I,'I JI'. A, Morgan Hnnrotary.J. SEMI-WEEKLY. SAILINGi! : City JaDotioD. No.HI 8! TIO. S. Non
I! L. ("arruthers.. Senior' Keaonn.K. Southbound....... .._............. .. ... ..... ... ......... .:... .... .from Lewis Wharf, lIooton No I S'l'ATWYs.:15:0.2.: : 7 sAt [.v....... ... 1r"nU.t ... .... .. Tff-p
I r'!' A. Ix>Bl'..y,Junior' Dniuxw. c t Northbound ... ... ..... .......... .. .. .....,.. ..... from foot of Hogan 8ireeC.Jack8oiiville U6p rnvrn.... .. Ar/ IlliUp 71a. ........... SLms. ............Lv
'I i'I LF'.R. L hat'rue. I Ktew..rd.. .J.j y .11I11'{ I .' ..... ..Lake .. .. ........... 54up b2va ............O.aen............ .. ItSa\
II. W..I..n.. e54p .......Orange (1lty..... 24p Bda". ..........Enterpri.e". ........ 11116a
I'' I A.Frowner, Tyler.KIDNEY PINK PLANTATION KIGI1TKBV YEARS Clyde's St. Johns River Line. llOOpAr ...Or..nlfeCily.Jllnotlou.. :'. Slip 9110aAr ......?.. I.nford.:! ; ....... .. 1Iw.
j All train" hetweua N..w Imyrt':! ant Orange All trains between 1'It"11I.' and lII..alor".
OLD. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE:: AND SANFOKD. City Jun"II"n 1..11 OX..I.t ,$unde' a.1I ex... a :tllAd. .

; was to now the seed In hula four feet Jacksonville,Palatka. Hanford,.Knterprlse,Fls.and Intermediate landings on the St.John'sRlver.. eseTuue t'abl...+ .how the IIID" .C whlol1 tr..ms may' b. ...PotOI.. t..rrlv. an! dep.ri
....
DISEASES from tae wvural .0a nn.. but their arrival or drpartnre .t th. U. at..4 I. no' 11UW'8Qo
apart and to put from three to five STEAMER teat oar do... the Company hull. U..lt. re.pundbl. for any 01"1..1 w a.7 .oauru.nu.s arts
odtTlii each hill. '
lag therefrnrn.
I "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.

fatal of all dis- The most extensive planting In Pennsylvania CAPT. W. A. SILAW. Peninsular and Occidental S. S. Co.
the line
are most been done near I'ottsvlllo. Leave foot Catherine street Jacksonville 8:30: I'. m., 8un..ay.-Tuosllaye. and Thursdays.

I eases. In 1881 about 230_ncreg were Leave Banford 8:OH a. m Enterprise 9:30: a. m., Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
fcDced and surrounded und crosscut .
: uy flro \linen\ wherever there Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. -'HAVANA LINE.
''I KIDNEY CUE existed ............. Arrive Wend
!! 'M Leave Miami TWutays 11.00 p. m. Key W.dI1..I..II.ro.. .m,
FOLEY'S no roads ddnpti'J for that purpone. W. fi. WAR URT01'(, T. P. A., r.M.UtO-l\HISGKR.J: : .. FI.... P..AIt.. Leave. Key Wenr Wednetday..b.00pm.' Arrive HavanaThur.i.ye. : .... .. II.W.( .. Sb
6uarant8.d Rimed r The trees lined were white pine. Scotch 10 State 8t,, New, York. I ITHO8. 21. west Hay St..Jacka"nville. Fla. Leave Havana. Thnraduys............1U.4U a. m. Arrive Key Went Thursdays........ II.UUIt.\ w
I a. P.LOVELL Aeat.FJ.... Su .t.. i JOHN. L. HOW A ltD.Su/.erinteudent.. Leave Key W"st'rhur.Ilay.. ...... ... e.iiup. in. Arrive Miami Fridays. .. ... ... lI.au.. A
....
larch and Fla.
: I pine Kuropean white oak. ..ok."n"lIIe. Fla. Font HOlran I'It. .k"onvllle.
0 or money refunded. Containsremedies' The cost of planting; varied from $J8 D. HALEY, Lucal FreIght Agent foot of Hogon Street Jacksonville. Fla a.C. : KEY WEST LINE. -

( i recognized by eminent per acre for the pines to $75 for the T1IKO. G. KOKH, ChMboroiiKh General: Manager.Malldlog-WM.State P 8t.C.:]LTD!oI.w R York*. CO., General Agents., Leave Miami Fridays...............11.00 p. m.feeave Arrive Key West Saturdays..,.,...11.00 a, m.
oaks Henry 8.. Graves. Key Went Sundays......., ... HIM p. m. Arrive Miami Mondays.. ... ......... 6.811 a. m
physicians as the best for -------- ----- a..enger.| for Havana can leave Miami Fridays H.uO |>. m.. err ving Key Went Saturdays'
ll MO and remain in Key Went until 0.00: p. m. Sunday following, and at that .
How ; a. in. tints 1.*?
would like live
1\\ -Kidney and Bladder troubles. you to on a farm Ocean Stoan ship COa on H,. Bteamship "Olivette," arriving Havana Monday morning.
which was situated 40 feet below the
For copy of local time card tddreiu any Agent.
I, I PRICK SOe. ana SJ.OO. level of the ocean and separated fromIt -
+, It. 1C. WIL.SOX & MON.I
I only by a dike upon which the angry
I; I i --.. --- waters of the North sea ceaselesslybeat \ "Savannah] Line

r ? Many of thin most valuable farms
[, "- In Holland are' 'thus situated. When Fast Freight and Luxurious Passenger: Route from DIRECT LINE...

I Haarlem Meer was reclaimed from the Florida to New York Boston and 'the East. ..QUICK. TIMETO
1 ocean. 41,075: acres of water were eon. SOUTHERN
AF1IDE N '
l vetted Into fertile farms at a cost of -;

$100 per arrp. The still larger problemof ., WASHINQTON
I -yo:;.; .. -- draining the Zuyder Zee will some /P:1 ,

i .. day be attempted which will give 800.- I 1 BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,,

J 000 square: mlle .of new land at an estimated NEW YORK,
FOREST
; PLANTING. cost of 150000000.: The Dutch CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE,

"i Few Timber, Windbreak., Etc.: -Cata.lpit can conquer the great North sea It
Vine and lilnciilirptna. tbey could not Great Britain. ATLANTA

The great bulk of the forest, planting .. BIRMINGHAM, MEMPHIS- ,
I 1 I...a been done In the states! west of the CHATTANOOGA
Iktels4ippl: flvoi'. In ,the eastern evYiv+irntva'elwwwvapc ,rv, '":"" n A I L Y A Y. ,
ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY
Htatpg except In a few instances"' the .7; nY" ,

planting has been on a very small Help And all Points East and w....

scale and usually as an experiment. -
r In eastern MnHxiichusetts, however not

I, loss than 10,000 acres have been artl o NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS t)
flclally restocked with forest tree xsY I.E1N 11N S E ROTJT1S.SEIORT SELl VICE LIKE THIS.

I )In most ",'(.tOIll.: t'allt of the Missisi4ppl j
BIDE TO SAVANNAH.Thence .
RAIL
I the natural rcprodurtlon of the NatureBabies :. THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS, .
if forest Is HO nbtinilnnt\ thnt planting Inn via Palatial Express Steamships from Savannah. ( Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. I
j
I rti 't 4 each wool 4 THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL, +
Ships
and children need I Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.

proper food, rarely ever medi TO N'E"VV' yort.n: :: THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED, '"N

I cine. If they do not thriveon Making close connection with New York-Hoston ships or Sound Lines. Via J .up.

their food something is All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly gulling schedules. THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS,

Write\ for general Information.sailing; schedules, stateroom reservations, or call on Via Jeaup.Vetbuted .
wrong. They need a little E. II.IJINTON. WALTER HAWKINS: ,

help to get their digestive Traffic i Manager, Oen'l I Agt. Traffic Department.. Through Trains Pullman Drawing Iteom
0-, 221Y.. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Cars
ty. i Savannah Sleeping; Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Car.
I machinery working properly.s'cTiJJ2sj91'. .

Through Pullman Sleeping; Cars between Jacksonville and anclnnatl. 0..
\ via AkiievlJle, N.C.' and Knoxville through ThE LAND OP THE SKY."

Seaboard Air Line Railway .
Through Trains via Southern Railway. now Operated ?
'In Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville.


WTH Hrt COD OPHOSPHIT LIVER S LIME OIL SOM Ugezcelled service from Florida to all points SUMMER: EXCURSION TCKETS: at Vary, Low Sates on Salt Juni 1 M Sip! 30,1 9C3 ,

F.. raus, seh dnles and Information call, on; or address L
A CATALPA PLA9ITATIO! >*, T CPSBY. T. P. A..
Won little resorted to. 'Thus where will generally correct this North East and West.Two 1 (lit Wen Bay street Jacksonville n*.

tk'. loblolly pine flourishes the nlmu- J..M. CCLP. W. A. TURK II H. HARDWICIC. I
d end Melds are often entirely Retnleilla difficulty.If Tr; .(Ilo Msnanor, Qen. Pass Agt.. r Ash Qcn. r.... igt..
I a few years to young trees. Mo pro- you will put from one Wublll..n. D. 0. Washington. Atlanta Ga. t.

liic Is. this regeneration that It lins -alns dally between Tampa, Jacksonville,.Savannah and Columbia, carrying
half
fourth to
I j, Utiff been the custom lu certain see a teaspoonfulin

Lions of the south to allow wornout baby's: bottle three or four Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for
Un.t to Spring, up to pine nod when the MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
hues are io to M yours old to clear and times a day you will soon seea

C{-Oratf! tho Innt!. Thus there U a retciiUr marked improvement. For i Washington Baltimore Phila. and New York.Also Florida New York,
rotation of Hold and forest crops. and Boston.
Philadelphia
Natural I reproduction Is prollllotLiOU larger children from half toa t
very l y From Ilrnnswlck (direct),to New York.
I ,;Iiou'\ the humid 1 regions of theo > to wit(? Cincinnati Sleeper, via AshevlHe. y r
untry, and old Holds' If not pasturinlr teaspoonful, according 1 'yw,, ra PASSENGER SERVICE.:

coitlnuiilly burned over eventually age, dissolved in their milk, y I+ ., To make connections with steamers, leave Jacks""*"::
r.t-aru to forest. riniUIng Is very .]0- 'rTTnlon lvpoton" Thursdays via(Cumberland Ronto'I) 'IS., ,,
ccpeifttutp/ ) Sill II H owners' who )by the if you so desire, will very "Dixie Flyer" lit M p.lernandlnaat, m. Iflnnt. Rvstenrf I:an p.arrive m. Meals Brunswick en route 6.00 J p. &lIp......0.' .:en I

;: of a small amount of mono soon show its great nourish on arrival at Brunswick go tlire tly aboard steamer.
'
-it ev r or labor each can ,gradually
year between Jacksonville and St. Louis via
Route
Through Sleeping Car
Mock the wnsto portion of their farm'" ing power. If the mother'smilk I.V.. New York,Pier PROPOSED SAILINGS -
21 E. R.,-OOp.: Bran.wiOCOLORADO
m. Standard
( Tlme Lv.
M but for lumbermen and other large does not nourish the Lake' City Macon Atlanta Chattanooga .and Naslmlle. Jtar.:. &I\i'-; """' ''' '' .. .......... .*.... ...... ,.. ............Friday\ Oct ::
owners planting/ on an extensive scale Friday, .: J:; .................... .....RIOGRANDB. ............. .. ..... Friday, JJ.I IFriday ,
will, In the majority of cased not bo she needs the emu). .. '. ....... .. .... .... .. ..... .
baby, 28........................ ..R106RAYDB. Friday SO' ll
profitable.On Making connections for Kansas City. Chicago and all points the Northwest .........:............ .,
the western plain, where timber sion. It will show an effect For lowest rates reservations and general Information,apply to

19 scarce and has a high market value, at once both upon mother Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New Orleansvia D.H. B"SrL GILL. Agent ZIO W.Bay Jacksonville.
RAYMOND
t..e planting/ very Important and It .General 801oth.m Agent JlrnDawlck;Ga.
rs here that the great bulk of the work and child. River Junction and Fensaoola. C.H.MA.LLORY.Co..,General Agents, Pier 21, E.: River and SW Broadway,N.Y.

h*i been done. Retentive tree plant'ing J,Co sail".00, .11 dniggfeta, Full information on application to any agent of this company. -' -- -
on the plains was begun about 25t SCOTT& Bq.WJilB. dumbo, N.w York.

30 years ago In varloua states, notably K.ST. JOHN, V. E. STBEE, L. S. ALLEN, Fine

P Iowa. Kansas. Wisconsin, Nebraska 1st. V.-P. & G. M. General Superintendent. Gen. Pass. Agt. Job Work Qnickly Execnted.AT
:Missouri/ Minnesota Illinois Non- .
i vsda and the Dakota, which, passed -PI..e mention the ADVOCATE when Portsmouth, Virginia.
advertlsera. MacDONELL Assistant General Passenger Agent, Jacksonville Fla.
laws about..that time jencouraglnjj the writing F. THE ADVOCATE OFFICE.
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, KoVEMBEB Iii, 1900. 7



.I TITUSV1LLE. GALVESTON'S DESTRUCTION Women. as Well as Men ST. AUfihJSTINI.. .

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; : :I: : ::): :. ..:::t'r: :et-vE: : : :aO'I'EL.TITUSVIL.L.E: : : ( lIritS4nhr/ Eut Con t .t11'UCJ, ] Arc Made Miserable by .

PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
The Lone Star State In beautYlrand. Kidney Trouble.Kdnr .
With Gulf Stream's balmy air,
INDIAN RIVER, With early autumn'. nun o'er head; This hotel Is now open for ROOMS: ONLY. It Is centrally located l. near

Its shores seemed bright and fair. trouble the mind. dls- rostonico. Hank anti Cathedral.
FLORIDA. preys upon Kinmis 50cta to .1.00 f 1.50 to frt.Od week.
day
Tbe pleasant dawn with gentle breeze couragc:; and lessens ambition; beauty vigor per ; per
'. On that September day and cheerfulness soon V. 1>. SANCHEZ Manager.

i : Wa followed with the deepest gloomOn 'i-"'o:-a- disappear when the kid- - -

;- -. J. G. BAST, Proprietor. Galveston MO gay.: neys are out of orderitsL
AVIWT IAInl J\CII. ,
From bright blue skies and tropic sun I It l' or diseased.

: And ripples on the shore, ; ; Kidney trouble has
1 The hotel fronts on the The heaven turned to Inky black .. become so prevalent
_4.4 wide sweep of bay((7 ml les Tho BOH began to four. 'I that It Is not uncommon HOTEL SEMINOLEn ST PALM: 11KACH FLA.

In width), formed by the The wind blew high, the ruin it fell tj\ '\\... for a child to be born

Indian River, making It a And clangers seemod ahead ; U II ,, 'i i1 afflicted with weak kid- Kntliely: refurnished. Flist-chuis. Excellence of oulsino a specialty
delightful summer resort. A cyclone struck fair Galveston 'k' neys. If the child urinates -
o Constant cool And tilled the sea with dead. _.=;" too often. If ha Rates 2t,0 to .:1.011: por day. Special rates by tlio work
breeze8 from the sea and urine scalds the! flesh or if, when the child
bay. Flowing sulphur The wind In fury swept with rage, reaches an ale when It should be able to O. 1' HUNTINOTON".

,puI nga. Special summer The dashing. tide beat high; control the passage." It Is yet afflicted with ,

rates. That city Boon became wreck, bed-wetting depend upon tt. the cause of HINIUISONVIMI:: ,% N' (,.
: And thousand soon must die. the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the first .
------ ---- -- -- -- -- ----- -------
The buildings crumbled to the ground; step should be towards the treatment of -

-- u __ ____- ---y- __ The hood swept o'er the earth, these Important organs. This unpleasant THE W11KKIYKK In: J>Jm8() \1U.E, N'. C.

Tltuxvlllo Hoarding-Houses.! Then taking many thousand lives trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the ItemieiNouvlllo's New Hotel.
And giving souls new birth. kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
i most people suppose. Open nil the yenr. Altitude a.S.'iO feet. The drycst. climate In North Carolina
That fine the
once city by sea
Mims'' Boarding House Was fated then to go; Women as well as men are made mis- Golf link". Twouty-llvo acres' beautiful grovp. Ono hundred and twenty-five
: TITUSVILLE, FLA. The cyclone\ and the swelling title erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
Soon filled the State with and both need the same great remedy. \,bedrooms.. )lights. Stoam heat. F.lovator. Tennis court tlitll) rooms
woo. The mild and the Immediate effect of
Pleasantly situated within short distance of Railway Station. Specjal: The Qnoen City of the Southwest, Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It Is sold Mineral Sp-lngs. Itntli rooms. Ten-pin\ alleys. All niodorn conveniences., ,

attention given to Ladies. Transient raton reasouablo. :Special weeklyor With A shipping ten thousand port most precious grand souls, by druggists, In fifty- '"' -- For further, lufmmatlon and rates, nddrrss.. .

monthly ratea. dollar's .
Was swept from oil the land. cent and one HARDEN it WI1EKLKU!: Proprlotois, Houdoimmvlllp, N. C.
lIIII C. N. BUMS, Proprietress. \; es. You may have 4 fhif : i
They struggled/ bravely for their lives sample bottle by mall "I' "' No consumptives. \ taken. Hpt'clnl' rates for Juno.NI'.V .

In surging waters deep; free also pamphlet tell- Rom. of Swwp-Rt54. .-.- ----, ---- ---- .
JACKSONVILLE:. The Hood and rain soon brought relief Ing% all about it. Including many of the
: N.
And gave them peaceful sleep. thousands of testimonial letters received SIlk V,
That land of Oleander bright from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer ----

OLD CARHCTON.... Of tropic lowers gay, Merritt'sNew Hotel Rathbun The bund of Providence then willed mention this paper.FItLI Southern Hotel N'W

Jacksonville, Fin. That It should pass away. : YOU 1C, N. Y.

That ruined city by the Ilea ': mooi nii
Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns Klver. American plan. Was tilled with woe and gloom (formerly Parker IIOIIHO.)

ELECTRIC ELEVATOR, Street Cars from Depot pass the door. And what was once u prosperous town An Offer, Proving 1."ulCh. JoU\I'IUlI.lan: |> cxclimlvely. Kates $1 l pur day and upwards.
Was now llvlug{ tomb. Ulcers' eating sores, cancers' scrofula,
Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR UOUND. Cafe and Grill Streets were tilled with! hoinolosa souls, itching, skin, scabs anti scales of rcxema, :aiHli trent "ntlllrulIlwIIY. New Yoik, X. Y.

rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Kates from All searching for a friend; lichen mill |>:ilui I In bonus' buck or joints J'IOKIr.lIIoS.: : ., Managers\
In maddened, destitution, they syphilitic blood, poison, rot ten gums and 1
$2.50 to $l. per day. Special Summer rates-rooms SOc, 75o and $1 with baths. Would pray their suffering end. chronic rheumatism,, : and all obstinate,

'Bus meets all trains. C. A. 5IEUR1TT. Lessee. Historic Galveston soon fell deep-seated blood trouble are quickly
cured bv taking: : a few large bottles I of
Before that tidal
wave
; Itotorlc' Illood, Italm. We challenge the PreparedAsphaan'dRoofing
Tbe !!stricken city now appeals
WINDSOIl world. 1 for a cnsn of blood disease that
HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE, FLA.OPPOSITE Those living souls to suvn.
llotiiulo I'.lnod Itnlm will not cure. Tho
The dead they Hinted on tlio shore, '
cures [nio' permanent) and not a patching, /
AliI If to farewell
hundreds say \1). 1 I..* your blood. thin? Skin pnlof All
And found a at son
grave ,
rundown? A8 tired in I the morning as
ii
With no one left to tell.
when you went to bud.IPI\ 01 ple.U..II.. \ ..\? : ,

.... The nation with a quick response, Swollen KlaiuU or joints\? Cntiirih? Put. .
r And hearts made sad by grief, rid bi'Biith; I \? KruptloiiH: ? Sores'; In mouth :FI..en.ClY- .-"Use.
Responded to those suffering/ ones or .tlnoatP t I I If so, your blood Is bad.* .
And them relief. Illood Hulm will I mnko I the blood )
IiI gave prompt !pure I niul
.
The North and Smith-we stand as one, nn
To show a helping, hand, and puiim, biiiltl. up tlio Inokoil-down(

I When .such disasters come to us body miiijnvlgornie'! ; tin old and weak, 1OOt'1.fliltS) Creosote) Oil ,

Upon' \our grand, free laud. lloUnlc Illood ll.ilui. tlio only pci roes

Mood, purlller nude. I'oul.lllt drug stores Black Varnisli \
etc.
The eighth day). of September now .
.1.00 per, hat go IlottlellIclu Has gone on history's, page To ,imivu, our faith In Bloo

As The Galveston's horror of dpntruction the and Hal m, a I trial bottle t Ii.gi von away I In IIl1t. Write for Catalogue $amples Prices, etc.
ago.
ferors. For free trial bottle, addrpnItlood \ "
CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. Survivors. of that tlood-swept town lulm (!:0., Atlanta 011't\ THE A11MITA.GE \NUtG CO. *

RATES, $2.30 and upward. IJODOK # CULLENS. On that: autumnal day: iicsi late, hut write\ at onuo tiestri Ibing ,
Have memories sad within their hearts
Of\loved ones swept away. trouble, and free pci annul medloal ad. :1200 to IJOU: ) 'VIlIlI1IUNhurJC J\\'C\, JtICIIMNII'A.pLANT .
vice given. Itloitd Halm( (U. It. I n.) cii ics,
WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and) Cedar Streets. Pa." C. It. .ELLIS.Philadelphia when nil elite falls. Thoroughly, tested f

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. for JH YtllU 5. Over :.1,001)) voluntary t tentmonhiU -
--- -- of euro mini II. II. I n. Mold bY'

American and European plan. Centrally located.. Just built and open. IT IS GOOD TO EAT APPLES. 11. ii. WIlKon A Son, druggists. 2'JjuncO:! gYSTEM.

.. .
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water -'-- -- -' ----- -- ------

Baths, Elevator eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All Chemically the apple In composed of Chancery 4iile..

vegetable fiber, albumen, sugar! gum The' Great Car Lino from, Florida.-Connections! :
street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, 70; and $1 a day.. Rooms and I"IKK: AND IIY VIKTUK OK. A. DK.CUKof = [ Through
chlorophyl, malio acid, gallic acid, lime UN tiir c-liimiraniiil nnie ,'..,..r.lllIlh.. t'I r.' Rlchmomi1U
Chailoston
via all mil. The Atlantic t Count: 1.1 via ,
board $2.00 to $2.50: per day. and much water. rnlK'mirt of tlm Hnventh .,,,.11.1.. Llrmiof the East t no1
Furthermore.an"ly.ta FliirMn' I In nml fur llrovnnl, Comity, m 5 UHIIHthurulu ?tiul! Washington.. The Southern Hallway, via Huvnnnah[ Columbia
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. .say that the fresh, ripe apple contains a ,li-|' uillii>i whcrpni I Wither. H. tlraliuitivuiiiilulimntuiii ( is and Washington.TA .
| 'I| W. II. M"KnrlHtiil. fl. .!., srI
larger percentage of phosphorus than any iloriiiul.iuiK, I will null!lac |iiililli, ) KiiL'iliin, In 'r..t f the West t 'rl* SnuUllun )iVy via Jrsiip. Atlnnla nncl Clialtnixiogo. The L .fcil
other fruit or ve etablo. The phosphor of the inirt.. limit* ,ilwir' In Tltuivlllo, Flornlnpun '", ] N ff via Montttomery., TheHoutlieru, U'y via Muvannuh, Columbia

Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. IltOI.'lItsT and Ashevllln., The M A}, \ via MOlltlomer1'To
us Is admirably adapted to renewing the MOMJAY IN tiKCKMIIRK.' !>., 'llW) ). 0t'y

essential nervous matter of the brain am ilnrliiv: I lie' !hgaI< t luiursor: nnfttfc) > the lilfrliimt I HIIIIwHl 'the Fnf t vlaStnamnhlp., Vln Savannah, and Onnnn t* H no for New York
: I lilililur j fur aHli,. tha, rollnwinK. ,iuscriiw.lreal ,
the spinal cord. It Is for the I I'lilladelphlrt' and, Ilimlun. vl''iI' Savannah: and Merchants Minor
perhaps eittai* Hint' biillillnuK'' ami isnIv0II,5nt5|' '
Opposite postoflloe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- tliaraiiii. lui lnil 1 In the !Town of Tlumvllle: ,, lirav Transportation C;ompaiiy, for Ilaltlinoio.To .,
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted i same reason, rudely understood, that the ..nl County, .'lorldllln.wlt I Key West mid Havann( via Port Tainpii and, Penlnsiiliir. Occlilonlal Htnamshli-a\

Rates :$2.50( day and old Scandinavian traditions represent the .JtnlnK tliu norihnrn. ('inrt of lot 01111. (1)II shown. To Nova "olllV"I'O Itreton. und Prince, 1 ICdwards. .Inland, via llonlun and Canada,
per up. nu ttm iiiiip I or J"ynnrvlllif I wlilnh In rwionlMil i In
H. W. SPERRY, Proprietor.( apple as the food of the gods, who, when ahu .IIh'u of Ihu Clerk of tile i'lruult, Court: ot Atlantic ROIII'llllIt, Steamship: line for Halifax, Hawkunliury and Charlottostown.
they felt thonmulves to growing feeble Hrnvurtl riinnty" 5 lOt |MIIII,| n |nirt of the tiifinporatHil .
tiiwn of TltiKvliln'' .iliwrlliiKl' 511 followiliHKlniilnit a
and Infirm resorted to this fruit renewIng ) st low w..i..r murk on mule Itlvnrtlm lit -w-xI'Jw.MirL: : :: TOUrt.JSTS:: : : TJOI.JJDTSwl1l : : :: :
Niirt Ii...."t corner of until lot 101111. run wxafollowliiic .
The Traveler's Hotel. their powers of mind and body. .,,1.1 low WRUir m rk isWety-tIiFrI. he on mile Ihroiiulioiit the NortliBrn, Knstvrn, Wnsltirn! nml rloiithnrn, States to
The acids of the apple are of singular root IIIIMU nr IIIKX, to tlm north lino of tiiut lot utlr..IlVSyCII nil I KI.OUIDA IIE.M" ()il'iM, via the Plant System, durlnir I lh" Nnasim. of 1 HMn'liMit' limited i '
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/ Innfl t"y Walter Clmlinii' In KhunHrliultx to return until May :Hist i with 1 II 1 bo ml slop-over pilvlludxes In \Florida.
the north IKMIIH.l..l.I
use for men of sedentary habits whose hips" run west"lug
ry nl until. Ccl,..Its' lunil now the irc.rly| | ot.l. Adilrewses' of 'artieln. the north .sont to the undersigned' will be liberally 'upplied -
Miw. Jr. F. livers are'slugglsh in action, those acid Ii. Tnrry tn HIM mint( mile. of First" .l n'nl. iliitiii, with Information and liandnoma, advortUlnjf matter.
GARCIA Proprietress. "
run north BlonK' till Kunt Hits of Klrnt Strxnt to
serving to eliminate from the body noz tile North.t corner' of nulil' lot unii nf Jovnevilla '. F. M. Jolly, Division I'U"MIDIOI'.Alrunt. l
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
ious matters which. I If retained would lot I I ona, ttmnro, wliloll,run I I.0antaii Sill thn>nftlitt nollth north line linn of the of isd Mill' !.lit Went J flay /St.: Astor Ulock, Jacksonville, 1"1." ...,

Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Complete Service. make the brain heavy and dull or bring or leo M. Itolililnn... I.. the point of lU'KiiinlUK' B. A/ W re n Siivatiuiih Ga.
.. unit. uliiiHirKHil.. limpertnlnhiu n. 1'iiHnenger 1'ramolInlljter! [ : 1
Al Isu> the Himniin rlulit s
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. About jaundice or skin eruptions and .
tu loud l lot. The r..r."u'nlC' !II 111115.ted W. B. DEN HAM (lenClrILIIII'I'l'rlntenllent. Savannah this.
thrae of Huvtlon a Town. :
Itit: Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor( to stop at the Traveler'sHOTEL other allied troubles. Some such ex. hip' In 2'I government, Mouth ) Knnen.l.t lot IasI.tltIKItIK I
perlence must have. led to the Evgllsl A. MOROAN. ,
custom of taking apple sauce with road 2nov30 ComuilMlouar: in( he.norry.Siterirra The Largest and Most Com .

OXFORD JACKSONVILLE FLA. pork, rich goose and other like dishes'. nlnre Establishment South. J

Opposite St. James Hotel The malic Bold of ripe apples, either raw Sale. Jt t

Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and or cooked ",11neutralize\ any excess of GEl( S. HACKER & SON Ji'

iiomelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas. chalky matter engendered by eating too, UNl) ,>,Y.R I'nuscl ANt. out BY of VlllTt'B tin ('Ir"OP"" c..I..f AN: KXKfl Ole ,
ant stay. Kates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack. Hnveiuh JuUI.-lBl l flronltof KlorhU' for llrvaril ... i'
much meat.
80n,l11e. County, onininanillnK, n," thiS of the" gueol,.
.nil clmttalH Inn.In anil nnlnon of .1. lr. MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. r atow"r.1 .,.".. to .Iw. in.il... the nm of 4I,3'V I"JW. !
-Now the election hover, let our which Harah Mcr. To'ter lately. fw. cr..l.K..ln"
merchants attend to business and I If him In Mhl Court. I Imva l hot ''OMMI| .IH| WIll
Corner Duvsl. and Clay Streets. n<*ll at iiulillo nuntlon In front, ..t the ('...rl
GLENWOOD HOUSE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. they have anything to sell, advertise. I It HOIIM .,....,, ktYltuHVllla, florula, ilunnn thI .
I''KI' liouri at Skin,upon the
In the pink paper. Yon cannot go flsh

Rates, $1.50 per day. Special rates by the week or month. Good log without bait. Read the ads of the FIRST MONDAY IJT JfECEMHKK. A. D., Iwm I ;
to the hlichmt unit IxntMili-r for cash, the" fo "
baths Ten minutes from live merchants who are bidding for a lowlnir 'il..M>rllHiil real I euLaLeaitIIliimi, M C...I'iiinu. .
table. Hot and cold water etc. Depot
of D...... .. ...111. ,.of f lorliU '
I share of the patronage along the East In tlm County: /
t.,wlt:
and Postoffice. Coast. All of lot 0",. (I). t."((2)). ihn.Vt:n soil four, (4), o
Mas. CARL C. CURTISS Proprietress. of Hoctlon tweiily-lhreoCia(: ). In T' WDi>hli| tw"n __________ < i
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11-n. (ZAVionth) ) KJ.IIBH thirty-nil <:wi), tuutlmr ___
Deafness Cannot lie Cured lilitwIlt laml tli''rcl.. whlih h*.. .tof old. hy the il.f.nilitne In oruution, to the following -
ST. AUGUSTINK. By local applications, as they cannot tmrtlmi To A. J.. Arvrlil' by ......... r*. MANUFACTURER OK
.. ....lim .III.nd 141 V. Jo.
reached the diseased portion of the ear. 1.,1t "AA. l.e.: 21j 1
by llI.llil 1 reurorde.l ho Is5k *1 "R.C Doors Sash Blinds
There U only one way to cure deafness. vie. ;1Ii. 'F. V. lHtUn. by; diel reeor.I.tl. in t.slt ,
FLORIDA HOUSE ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. and that Is by constitutional' remedies "So". AI pe5e4$, and 101 dd rrded 'n ,hook t

Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condi.tln "I,," ut [UKMi In* took, u fIV> nn..Mary t p n K.l nrynn,i unit ujr H omiirucorrlml <*IIMM : Mi, ( aiding Building Material catalogue. and price address. I''

elevator. Steam heat. Porcelain baths. of the mucous lining of the Kusfach- rlifhK'f-wiy of the ,...,I Centrally\ located. Passenger lan Tube. Wben this tube gets lallm/ ; way (......| .n'. *ml (lie, lot tlvncrltwil In book| C dice & Waierooms, King opposite JEROME, (

Rates $2.00 $2.SO and $3.00 per day. Open the entire year. Liberally you have rumbling sound or imperfect 41 of MurtRM "I P 5S 31/J..J/, p. BROW C'amion Htreet.Charleston Rockledge, Fla., Att., for Brevard Cu. '

conducted. Capacity 250.: Slore than Fifteen Thousand. Dollars/ was hearing,. and when U Is. entirely closed Bherltr rlrrrmnl Oxj'nty.riiut. A Kent for i,

this summer on this hotel. Every modern Improvement( that deafness. Is the result soil unless. the Inllam.itloo M. It.."",..". S. C. last Const. for the (Jlobv" Gas" Engines.rrRRY'S I
expended can be taken: out and this tube Attorney for I'lmlntllTIn' Kiecutloil.: nJ.l ;' I'
and Pleasure of I I" Guests has been
contributes to the IlealthComfort -- --- -- I
restored to Its normal condition, hearing '
added, regardless of expense. F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. will be destroyed forever; nine cases out .Notice. Sash Weigbts, Cord and ,

of tea are caused by Catarrb, which Is .
but inflamed condition of the IS HURKBYHirENTHATOjr NO"' .
...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA... nothing so lTJTirK.. April I let IIKII 1 nh.411 prawn myai'fonnu Hardware
HOTEL mucous surfaces.We for flnal Mltlmnent. anil :apply
ALGONQUIN FLORIDA. will give One Hundred Dollars for lot my illwharx a. julnnnliitratrlz' of thi ci- r SflfflcAlweye q
ST AUGUSTINE Window and Fancy Glass
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) tat of Nathan ".11""."'. <......_.. tit thC
located. Special attention to Commercial be cared Hairs C'atarr/i Vmntr.IiiilFaur. | ImvaiU County,M 'fltu'III.'
Everything first-clans. Centrally that cannot by ...".1<1.... A SPECIALTY. .k..p.v
Rooms. Grand Cure. /Send for te..t1monlaI8. free.F. 'RAH if. sAtYMrR.Gte. : .
well Sample ah..ndlhsnu,1e41
lighted
and Tourist TraveL Large J. Ctifxtr & Co.. O. M. RoliNtM Ailtnlnlntratrlx.Attorney ] .
;:! : Toledo !
much. i iTseied.
1115 cueS bait *4
View of Bay and Ocean from verandahs. Rates $2: to $2.50 per day. %:f-Sold by all druggists, 7 c.HAir. f..r Adnilnlntrstrix.' 101&111-1.11III10 Marriage Paper.,...,1.:;* $ .only true to acm., fr.eb .od Sr.iIebi. ..'
the best. I TlKMMfrt Of dT.rtlMn 10 MIM. .. lwsetlasbeeI. Alk pIn
rills
Family are f",,,. VHHltUT ptromm Imlmtlvte !
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Special weekly and monthly rates .. -If you want good; results you will 4 r thin awl Ifununml. lot von ? y.rrya-taI DO OtherS.
NOEL A. MITCHELL Manager. find the ADYOCATK aD excellent: nlver- lid. Ii'.-f. .. ui. lop, Sil.e. wrewtssS.e4se.e.lzI:1Ias.
Remember that the I.DIAV RnrEH UsIng medium. .' ,,' SOCIAL A.IIIC.'.1"' ., Oil'' j:
ADVOCATE doe all kinds of Job printing
$t short notice. Send them BO order Impnre water Is the cans of much Or-at MfcM. .AMPLKeoptmofiaiUlg

Remember iiATMOdATE does Job Printing sad be convinced that It U the place toi alckn_. Remedy this by getting a lies o twt Man.._ eel Vpuinrer.lpl 541 dlI7ereuIbtSNpl1pI Cf l lie Mr .....saereuse. '1
have i Job printing don. filter from Claude Walton, Tltnsvllle. .A4., 5.r. .. |4 JK.Ctolr X..T......"'CI I 1I 1I I


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8 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 16, 1900.

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1\: \ BIRTHDAY, WEDDING, BREVARD COUNTY COMMIS- S. W. CARROLL W. E. G LDSUrrU. E. L. ::se..6..D: &:, ::seO.::

SIONERS. ,
1 ...and... Carroll & Goldsmith DEALERS IN-

'3 t 'j.} I The Board of County CommlsHloncrs ,
I Anniversary Presents.
GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD
met pursuant to adjournment, Present: -Dealers In- PRODUCTS,

::11.jif' W @<
deal exclusively in the above line of 'goods: and solicit the trade of all console
if' Stewart clerk J. 1'. Brown sheriff. !
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'; JEWELERS, The following;business was transacted: Crockery, Gloss and Tinware. Your Patronage Solicited. ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.E. .

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, The minutes of last meeting were read TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

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approved. -- -- -- -- -- --- -- -
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Ou motion, the road from Jensen to
'\ .THE ANHEOiER BUSCH the county line, as viewed and laid out, BOARD OF TRADE MEETING.A INSURANCE I Protect Your
,' ;: .. Is hereby declared a public road. Robbins & Graham Co. FIRE,

i On motion, the road from Five Hammocks regular meeting of the Board of Property Against _

, t Brewing'Asso's to Indian River, as viewed and Trade was held In their rooms' 00 Wednesday (Incorporated.) \ -

laid out, la hereby declared a public evening Mr. W. II. McFarland PAID UP CAPITAL 3,000.00.: LXG-EJTN'XN'G-: : : aYGIaON2

Famous lit; Ixmli. Keg and Iln t. road. In the absence of Judge Jones, acting as I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
fled !seer. On motion, the road from Bovine post- chairman. Treasurer Dixon and Secretary I This company owns Insurance Company Am also .,. gent for Surety Bonds of the City
oflice to St. Johns River as viewed and Bast were at their respective stations -
Invest. Safe & Co. of Philadelphia Pa.
Deposit Surety ,
8oldbyTltuealleeVia.afotlow! laid out, Is hereby declared a public '. I LAN. : :: ID S,

) k By Mr. R. I.. .Mollow, t'oona% Fla. road. She minutes ,of the previous meeting For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address C1IAS. S. SCHUTLER,
By Mr. W J. "''Tucker Oivoa: and On motion, the road from Mrs. T'or- were read and approved. in the Indian River Country; On the St. Titusvllle! Fla.

i I' ao Fort I'lorce, Fla.r cher's to public road, as viewed and laid The reading of the treasurer's report Lucle River; at New River and on Bay ---- --..
out, Is hereby declared a public road. showed that there was a liberal balance -
JOSEPH ZAPF On motion, the road from White Cityto In the treasury and that the dues of Biscayne. Prices tu suit the times) INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

Fort Pierce, as viewed and laid out, I most of the members were fully paid up. Send for Land List. .

tL,. Sole Agent Is hereby declared a publlo road. The secretary, who had been appointeda FLA.
On motion, the road from Booth's committee of one at the lost meeting Offices at Tltusvillo and Miami, Fla.
Is prepared to furnish Ice In ally quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
01 r'te' north line to Indian Klver, as viewed to frame resolutions expressing: the re-
010 to 620 West Bay Street, and laid out, Is hereby declared a public giet of the Board at the death of tbelr GEO. ;1. ROBBINS, F. A. MORGAN, paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .

t rka road. fellow member II. C. Scrlmgeour submitted President. Actuary. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. On motion, the road .report of E. E. the following: which was unanimously -
Swlnnoo and J. I' Sawtell Is rejected adopted: Brevard Abstract of Title Co: .- ------.-.-.-------- -

; eet111f Choice the same not being In accordance with Whereas It has ,
the
pleased Almighty
WILL FURNISHAbstracts
... Wines,Liquors the petition.On In his Initcriitnable wisdom to remove ROBT. L. MOTLOW
the letter E.
"I of
r.6 motion Webster ,
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I from our number by the band of death, of Title"FOR
i T. II, and others
Saunders about
and Cigars : the
::1 .e our respected fellow member and ex- COCOA and TITUSVILLE, FLA.
road from Eden was received as Information LANDS IN-
Guaranteed Pure. vice-president the late R.
C.'Scrlmgeour,

1 ti t I rd Sold at reduced of, ro.ids.and referred to the superintendent therefore Resolved, That In the death of It. C. I Brevard County.Office Four full Quarts Whiskey DELIVERED 83.20

III ,., I price* On million, the letter of K B. Kiuiler- Scrlmgeour, the Tllunvllle' Board of under Law Office of
and others about .
son shelling: the road .
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Trade has -- -
ImpiirlndTokujr > lost a faithful consistent Rod OEO. M. IWU INS, -- -
I I -r. Wine, from Kdgarlown: / to Taylor Creek; was energetic/ member and the community a TITU8VILLE, FLA.
referred to the commissioner of the' 5iu
"y from Italy. loyal law-abiding and publlo-spirited I
I (list i'let.Ou cltizun| ,,as well us a kind-hearted, geuerous Jas. Pritchard & Son.
motion all bids for road work
from I
r John B. neighbor./ Meat
Togni East Coast Market
'. New Haven avenue Melbouruu to Indian Resolved That we ext /pd to the widow

': Metropolitan Saloon 12.1: East Bay St.i .. Fluid, are ,rejected. New upeclllcatiorm and surviving kin-folks of the deceasedour
will be given, and will again be ad- heart-felt O. 1 P. DUREN Agent.
and ,
i j JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA vertised for bidden sympathy condolences ..= .ers: Xn.: ..
IJ assuring them that those who knew their
;: ""' 01..1.. and "tet.tl.. ..... On motion It lit ordered that J. Mendel departed loved appreciated his worth co
be the marl 0
empowered to buy land
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I Integiity as a man men,and
among/ 1to
I of U. I). flood and Mrs.,
Sarah: Singleton, thereft fully realize the grlovlous loss t C, ,! C3..
.HOTELS BOARDING the amount of land of 111'11.SlnjletuD/
HOUSESAND
,: they have sustained, aud du sadly join
not to eXc\! d'two aces, foi_county fur{ them In their groat sorrow. Hardware
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OTHERS
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poses. Resolved, That these resolutions be t::::'
On motion the report of (J. F. Conking transcilbed upon the minutes uf the c3.r. ,

justice of peace who had collected. Hoard of Trade, and a copy presented to -
a line of $40, and turned same over to the widow of the deceased.
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the County Treasurer, wan approved.On Attettt: 'J. O. BAST Secretary. _::.: .
motion theroad from the Enterprise Nefl Box 212
There being/!: number of complaints =: :
road to the LaGrange rallwayde- made of the railroad freight charges be. a -
pot, which was, some tIme lilt", declareda excessive for of trades In =: :
I ing so some, our Titusville F'lorid.a.:
ii If von want Fresh. anll'Ialt water, Fi.h" Oviters. neighborhood road; there not appearing people as to compel them to go out of TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. ,
I' u..n Turtle oto., FU to N. II III.I.TON.'hol.... any objections against the same, tho business. unless they had relief, Mr. ,
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I aat4andRetail k'I.r and II).t"r C''III''Y. foot same Is uguln hereby declared a public vic irlaod committee .
appointed
of oooall.t andCrty MarketJMkwnvilie, Fla. road. was Southern Home --c____a----- .
of one to obtain specific statements Irom .
We* the undersigned County Commit: those the Boardat
aggrieved, tor action by
slonem, in and for Urevard county, state Its next meeting. The Board then Mocking Bird rood fg The Opportunity may come to few or many to inspect *
1 HEAR & TAYLOR of .Florida do hereby certify that we
adjourned. 1 choice assortment of Fall l I
: have carefully examined the foregoing "
) assesHmenc roll of said county for the
i f : Artesian WellCONTRACTORS year 11)00) and have compared the original DEATH OF AN OLD CHARLES- : 2'fIP f j' lrr; NOVELTY DRESS GOODS,
I IIn
and two copies thereof, as required by TONIAN.
bee. :21>, Chap 4322: Laws of Florida as I
amended by act of 181)7) Ch p.4515/ Laws f Black and Colors, such as Poplins, Crepons, Satin-Solell Venetians,
Died at Maiden N. Y., Nov. 10, 11)00) ,
of Fl-trlda and find the
I same correct. ON SALE TIIIS WEEK. Will be one ?
: MKan- Callie Fla. you
On niolloo- the bond of J. 1\1. O..blln Captain Laurence M. Murray, aged 76 1 ,

wait approved for rttxd, contract No. :&; yearn. Captain Murray was born ID
On mutton, It Is ordered that was'rant Charleston :S. C., in 1821. lie was In i'i Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Fla. I

No. 5047! dated the tUh day of September : command prior to the Civil, War of the
I : ToWers Hardware Co 11MHI', to Mrs. E.- M. Johnson be famous Confederate cruiser, Nashville, }Furniture Dry Goods Shoes.in .
berehy' cancelled and the Chairman Instrnoied 1 and took the steamer Into Charleston d)
the bombardment of FortSumter:
after
I ro write across the stub such ----- -; ---- _
c.nncellittlnn. while being chased by the Revenue cutter }

On -motion I it is ordered that the Uarrlet Lithe Dining the war lie
Chairman appoint a committee j>f two was a Micce8,,r>il blockade runner. The ,'
members as special committee on the tlrst screw steamer Edith that ever '
Imminent' of the Hoard I the crossed the Atlantic was brought/ over GAY
lollowlng "! ;
Fresh
25:
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every day. cents a pound.I'epal'ed
., Chlrman shall constitute a third memberof by him and taken to Wllmfaglon, N. C.,
each committee: where the Contederate' government took only by BROTHERS'GROCERS.

# rl'I A committee on Finance. t It and made It li to a cruiser. IIENltr THOMAS,
'., ''I hlllll Ildlll'IIII' : .. itonds.a For many years Captain Murray bUll Chemist & Druggist./ LaVllla Pharmacy. '

t; Rules and Regulations been the oldest living steamship captainIn Jacksonville, Fla.. :
1 I"" '. Charity the world. Jle lived for a number of .

IU I pI It Is further ordered that all bills years at Ormund Fla., and had! many Have you Your Hotel registered In the We make a Special Feature of our
against the county shall be tiled with the friend In this I state
vl C..ptalollIr'ay.: who was. a noble and I International Hotel and Tourist Bureau
Cluck of the lioard, A. A. Stewart on ,
I VIII 'I II'I the lust Monday In enoh mouth. In accordance whole-Honied. gnntloman, left a wife, of Boston? Mail Order Department.Knowing .
I with the motion the ,daughter (:Mrs.\ V. U. Upham of Brook-
foregoing
/ I III i''d''I'I I.I I.. following committees were appointed, : lyn, N. Y..) and three sons, Major' C. II. If not, Attend to it at once, and send a

iplGllNw Committee on Finance: J. Mendel, It. Murray, on General K. S. Oh's stall; package of your viiculitrs tube distribu ; how difficult It Is in some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
I II A. COli kiln". II. J. Murray ui New York city; and L. ted. Also CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled

Committee on Road.: R. A. Colliding, !Moreton Murray, of Daytona, to mourn Place your advertisement In the promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.We .
W. II. Sharpe. his sot loss.PLUMBING. carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and hate
I hullllillllllllVllU'- Committee on Charity. : J. N. Waller, BOSTON HOME JOURNAL many articles not usually found In other and smaller houses.

i J. Mendel. GAS AND STEAM FIT. 23T-: SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST

Committee on Petitions and Rules: tings.' All branches of this work performed through which this Bureau l Is conducted. .
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W. II Sharpe:! .I. N. Wailer In a first-class manner by ex- Write for full particulars -
the of Mont Harden workmen. ---& ; ---&
On peilencvd
motion report Open sanltay W.. WALLACE WAUGH, Manager./
of the made hU monthly plumbing a specialty.
justice peace,
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'.1 S BLUE-FLAME OIL STOVES.. report, having collected $;J5 lines, which St UKO. II. !<'E SAI.D, Sanford, Fla. _147_Summer_ ___ _street Boston Ialls.u .
1 1J, COOK STOVES. he has turned over to the County Treasurer r .The

Sash, Doors and Blinds, Builders' Hard.t was motion received It Is and ordered approved.On that. nil Inspectors HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TJioO1O ]3ircwci.y Froebel Academy. j I

t ware,, Sporting Goods, Cutlery, and deputy-sheriff* who served ENTERTAINMENT. West Bay st., Jacksonville,

'f' Tinware Agricultural Implement, at meeting the last In December.The election,. will bo paid. nt the FINE i A Modern High School and Boarding School, l'l'h

.11 i HOUHO Furnishings, Etc. County Judge made Ills monthly Will and be Dramatic given by the Club TItusvllle In the Opera Musical :- Wines Liquors and Cigars. JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.
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Call or Bend for our prices report oh licences Issued during the
House, Friday evening Nov. 23rd. Apply for catalogue to
'( month of October, which was examinedand Anheuser-Busch Extra Pale
1 3' S8: East Day St., on Draught, I"
PART MU8ICALK.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. approved.On motion. It Is ordered that JosiaWairen Selection ". ..Ladle Orrhmtmt Violin Mm.niiiHlon Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. Prt.OFW. a. :EI:. :nzja: PIaZFty:
j ; corner, Miss Ruth Woodward The best of Service and a plennunt quiet) !.r
and wife be placed on the pauper ) piano\ M I.a Anne Nra.I,. PRINCIPAL.E. .
Don't throw away your money buying; list for one month, at $10.00 per Mdo..t.' ....... ........ MaJ. .... M. Taylor sesort. JOHN F. 1\1 MUNCH Mgr '
r patent medicines. 1>r. Vincent's advice month. JtallaU. .. ..'Wedding of the Lily. and.the U<.weMlM )oe Q'C :J-oioo!:

l'' al.>o Is worth a gallon of "cure all" Ou motion, the report of the Superintendent Dtiet. .The Quarrel Mr. Brown end Louise Mr Rhodes Brown Clyde Steamship!' 1 llle. .----.--- --. ----- ------ .-- -- -- --.
..... Write him at Jack.onvllle. of Roads was read and approved.. Selection' ..... .LmllM* Orcheatnt
1 Serenade' ... Mjr JerueyLii' .. .,.ltarkfruwn,
The Treasurer made his monthly report Tickets and reservations via the Clyde
.. A. AD'DELL
SH, -laltleii. lrl ti and Dutch Prof. l..dID.
which was examined: and approved. Refaction... .. ........Ladies'. Orchestra.Hoiiu Steamship Line can ba (tenured( of Chas. ,
INDIAN RIVER BAPTISTASSO- K. A Conkling; and J. N. Waller were ;and Oake Watk..Smokev Stokes U. Walton, at the ADVOCATE cilice, Tl-
CIATION. appointed a committee to destroy the Piano Solo.... '..,. ... ... .,....Miu Alto llrailyPAIIT tusville. Cosmopolital Real Estate Office

warrants turned over by the Treasureras -II DRAMATIC. ,

per schedule; the Committee reportIng FARCE BY wiLLIAM DEAN IIOWELI.S: the moat peculiar and Interesting -
ThoTltusvllle and
the Indian River Ilnptlnt LaGrange Association/ delegatesto having done *>o, were discharged.The "EVENING DHK89." VISIT | sight| | |ID America . BUREAU of INFORMATION for CITY of MIAMI
Treasurer also had a certificate attached .
vHiioh held! at Indianola the Mr. Ritwnril Robert.... .. .. W. M. Brown.
was on II l to his report that his balances Mr. WIIIU ramiiuell .... .. .. ..IT. M. Taylor.Mr THE FLORIDA.Ostrich .
10( and II t. lnt.. ,..returned home, Monday, in the Indian River *. Robert, ... ........ ....Mr*. W. St.Brown.Mrs. .
malt pleased with the meeting TheliiUoduclory were on deposit Campbell... ..... .. ...Mr*. It W. Rhodes. antI Dade County In general. Loan and Collection Agency.
; State Bank Bella, the mall. .. .MlssCoutant..
sermon was preached Friday Farm Co.

Is stricken from
On motion, B. Willis
illuming by Rev. W. E. Stanton, of the list. Admission 23 cents reserved seats 93 Agent: for the valuable TUTTLE ESTATE lands located at Ft. Lauderdale,
Miami which much pauper cents. Reserved seats on sale at R. 'V.tbodes' .
was enjoyed as was Ilallandale }
II. Li. Boone's lot, block A, Coleman'a Fulford Ojus Biscayne Little River Miami Cocoanut Grove
.
alt the other Clothing store.CHURCH
sermons and busmen meeting addition to Tltusvillo, s. 31, r. 33, t. 23, JACKSONVILLE. nod Cutler; also the Estate of DR. CUTLER besides many desirable water
*.. The afternoon session was devotedto valued at $500, be reduced to $3H( fronts; Fruit and Vegetable/ Lands of all sizes on East Coast and chain of
appointing committees and other bus- On motion, It Is ordered that warrant NOTICES. fur 4)) Keys to Key West. Orange and Phosphate lands on West Coast.
iu with Itev. W.N. Chitudoln mod .N
n, r*
No. :;:5273 dated Nov 10, 11X10) ) to II. B. -
and l Mr. Geo. 11.
aj-r UI\rtlnor. of La- (( e
Chairman bo instructed to write! across
called forth much rime Sunday morning. A t ARMOUR & CO. Fertilizers
eo Interesting the stub such cancellation. r( Chicago, AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, Chicago.

eau valuable and discussion School, especially' on On motion, the following bills wereaudltel Rev C. II. Fulwood will preach In the i Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA.
Sunday work.
temperance and ordered paid: I Methodist church at this place, Sunday, _.
The last session held i
was _.
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Sunday commissioner 6 40 and -
h J Mendel county $ morning evening. -
olrht. Rev. J. W. Senterntt, of
DeLand "
J R Walker 6 (IH)
;i preached an excellent sermon after WII *. 1) ((10) Rev K Smith will preach at Rockledge ESTABLISHED 1875.
which the report of the committee on Sharpe 14 W(o next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock; Sunday
S.uchiy School was read and much It Conkling, school at 10 o'clock.
J N Waller, 2.110 wmovRS:: : d& CO.
In which
discussion. followed. several
A A Ford, game and fish warden, 40 00 Archdeacon B F Brown will bold divine .
valuable points were brought/!: out. After I) Cain ferryman . 0 00 service with high communion In St
tb. adoption of this report, a vote of Gabriel's church r _GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
t R A Conkllog, '. . o. 0 00 Titusvllle Sunday ,
thanks was extended to the people of A A Stewart, accountant, 0 .... 15 00 next, at 11 a m. In St Mark', Cocoa,
ImiUnola for the hospitality shown the statistic fij at 7 6 East Bay
Association J FWooteo copying agrl. 75 p m. Stet JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
members. Th a ad'jonrned

Tilting to meet In TItusvlll, Friday "" "II 4 bat S com com 1900.1898 levy. .. 7S-J US: (oil:JC Services In the Presbyterian church high Nearly200gIgentlebtrdestanding weighing( :KM to*.*>pound"* ...,b..to Ctotrichnmn 10 feet Corn We. handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of nl:
Oats Flour
before the second Sunday November, II Walton t adt license report 0 10 00 Tltusville, next Sunday Nov. 18tb, 1000: fgft,ostrich sitting and baby: ostriches dark at Bran, Wheat (hits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and
of the most successful Sunday' School at 0:43: m. Preachingat Just batched. wholesale State agents for
Tgert-Allen
1001, after one ; Fertiliser Co.
J Mendel notifying J of P. 0 . ". 2 SO OnitkM_rt-visitors through the rum ea- Star Brand
meetings In the history of the above 11 a m and 7pm. All are cordially plaining all about UM birds, their_ta,ha blu. Boo.. NIUate FenlllSIIft-GDaran-.s IIoda. Hutate Sulphas Oraage tree aad VellOltable" rertnlsensbars :
tody. I [coDtlnu .d_on 4th page.] Invited to attend. J. A. Hughes, pastor. plumage, .&0' superior la the market,and a of trial I'ocaab will CODY"'ce.I'oCMb.Bend for Kuala tataloga.Ire.: e&e. T'-' .








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