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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 30, 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: UF00075918:00100
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LOCAL NEWS t"r Peed blanks sold nt this office. -Mr. Hurry Walton, of Clifton was In GILT J EDGE: BKKl'S: : beats nil bevts. A HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
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-Mr. D. E. Austin, the energetic manager town Wednesday.. Get them at Carroll & Goldsmith's. AMONG THE HOTELS

And Topics of General Interest. of White City, wns a pleasant callerat -Mr. W. Fv Jlbb left for Eden Wednesday ENTERTAINMENT.
thin office Wednesday.. -!Mr. C. A. Robinson, ono of Eden'siroinltient Wliero to Mop in Tlhmvlllo? Son TlUisvlllo .
to few
spend days pineapple) growers, wn Tho Tltnsvtllo. MiiHlcnl and Dramatic hotel and boaidlng hoiiso lids on

,BoCllety and Oeneral Gfosslp In connection -Mr. and Mrs E. P. Porclier of Cocoa .JUST itECEIVED, carload, of Lime and among, yesterday's plcnsiuit callers at ?lul> gave: an excellent enturtaitiiiient at our 7tb pogo

with Biscayne llHy, Lake Worth, Indian, They, was camo In town in their n few launch days this week. Cement. l). F.l'Apuisox, Eau Uallle. this ollico.Dr. IhuOponhuneennFridayevoning l As Tlio Putnam )House, PeLnml opened)

Italian and Halifax Klvcri. Key West up -Attorney Geo. A. Worley, of Miami, llenti!, of Hlo Janeiro, Brazils ho prow amines aiinoiineed, a hlgh-cliiss for tho "season yeMteidiiy Tbniiksglvlng

and all other. Important Point long the -Mr. Frank E. Bond of the Bond arrived In town, Wednesday, for the purpose pnMllel! through here yesterday on his vniiilevlllo! entertainment was given. In Day.
Kant CoiMt of Florida. Brief mention of Lumber Co., was In town n short wb.Ha of attending court I WILY to City Point, where ho owns an wlilcli the following/ program viisnm.lered .
Interesting Event. from Various Partn on Monday, en route to Jupiter.Dr. orange grove d 1 : :Mr. r. It. :M.istand: of I'lillndelphlis
'of the World About People You Knowand Oranges and /grapefruit are wanted i I'AIIT I-UltHIOAI.K.! owner of Hotel ItllilsoiiH, I'nlm 1 leach Is
People Ton Don't Know PickednpbyOnr J.V.. Orisard wife and two by! Lane & Son, New York. Read their -Mr P A McMillan: and! daughter: of !Election. .LsiUm' ircliiiMas' : \lolln, Mrs. 11 W now mi l.nko "Woith wlierolie will spend!
.... children, of Winchester, Tenn., and Mr. ad ou our 4th page: Banyan, leturnod home yesterday, from lliolu. ,; ciirii. ..<>r, Minn Until. t Wiioilwsnl the winter
Society Editor .1..1..1'/.1.11 W. ll. Lynch of the same town who recently 'Jacksonville where they hail been viewng ; IMIIIUI. %It." Allno 11".1,.
of Correspondent onttered aliniK the arrived In TItus\ilte -Mrs. S. D. Geiger: and family left, tins nttinutlmiN.Mr. Holi.. . M"I." ) .V. M. 'Utlor The Collego: Arms hotel. I, DeLnnd will
will !
many .
spend Ilitllml . .\VmlilliiKof tlio. I I.lIy unit llio. Ik....
East Const of Florida. hero December\ 15.: :Mr. !ti and
Wednesday open
the winter hereiNOTHING t>)peml Thanksgiving/: MMS| I...",."' llrouil ploy
with fl'icnrllllLt i Indianola -: M. :S :Mei\ 'I no, nw..f Key West's Boot Tau IjtiHrrt'l' Mr. llrown unit. Mrs Ithoilits ho army of help will nulvo adout the
THE ADVOCATE, IlKTTER THAN CHINA prominent| citizens\ \:: him been spending Holoctloii' Lmllim' (I'in 'i"mr'. I loth of Dcceniher! ,
for grown-up Christmas No Supt. W. F. Babbitt of the Florida. lulu[ week In Jacksonville, whore bo was ftirt'imilo. .My ,,rwy Idly ., Mjnk, lirown,
$1.50 per annum, In advnncb.$1.0o presents. East Coast News .Hutu . l\l 1..I..r| t'. M. 'I'sOiir. Mr. Jon I.UI'hlll'I', who has, been out to
six months .. better line of china than ours Department" arrived much Interested In time horse-racing ns !WaetI| lin . .. .. I.Htllos'' Ircllimtril tlio
$2.00 to countries. CAHIIOI.I. &; .ioi.DHMirti. Titusvllle. :St.:: Augustine, on Tuesday lie IIIIM some unit ones at tlio Inland City. Hi.nitiin.l (IiikonlK. .. .s, northwest, has "let iiiinal tuIncIisonvlllo -
per an. foreign Mr Mt'ilno, left to-day, for New Yuik I'lllll" !! h!>lll . MlnS Allllll llllKly, and IN now us','upyhug n position nsilay
--Colonel. R. Anno of Miami's -Mr. J. II. McNabb, representing theNorthwestern cluck tho \ liolel.Mr.
one city and other places.Mr. Tho eiileilaliiini. nt eoninioiiiMiil, with ain nt Dnvnl .
Note date of expiration printed popular and talented follows of Blackstone Yeast Co., Chicago, WI\I"
upon culler ac this otllce iiHltial suli'Cliiiii\ Cicm'ont ('I"h1111'1111.: I Feud 1 K. Taylor, of (I mr1l11tLpl.I.: ,
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your paper or wrapper every week. Till was in town this week attending on Wednesday.Mnster A. M. Sample, of Fwit Pierce, In which Mrs, It. W. Rhodes I"nlth" Mich wn..11I lo few this
week
"IIIL days
is a receipt for your money. No need Circuit Coin, The !genial colonel ia always -: Will McFail.ind who line. IIIIH guns to Chin lotte, N. ('., hero bo \I II"M"MlInll llnidv nod Until N'In'dward looking nfior bis Indian 1 River hotel11uporly !
for us to Hand receipt for subscription.The a welcome visitor tuTltnsville.Mr. been attending Stetson University tills will\ bo mauled\ Miss Annie :Moore ..HI'I'1It'M.IILY took t.
; They .
pal weio loudly ni| to which wo iitnlxrstand/ 1 he
date gives It to you. Houston line returned hero to spend the next DecemberIth." After the pliliulcd.This .
will
and !Mrs J. O. Walton, after the miiko Homo improvements'
When you subscribe for the ADVO- upending nearly n fortnight In town, loft, holidays with his parents manlaye, I happy pair will spend pattof wan followed, by Major F. !M.
their honeymoon In Atlantahavamiah' 1Vo Infornied that the i 'Ida
Clot EastCoast :
CATE by the year It does not cost you for Jackll'mvll1eInnd.ty.!\ CI.1ll1leV al. -Mr. C. O. Jannoch has left Jenson' and Jacksonville Taylor, whoso lino builtono volco! woe 1110
( Hotel hits completednitangonietilH ...
three cents per week, postage Included. ton nccompnnled them for the purpose of and gone:( to reside atJackllo'lvllle. where lienid' to advantage In his solo. "The Company

TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on seeing: the sights this being (lain. Week he will enter Into the nursery and floral -Billy Bowlcga nun of tho Mg Seminole Skipper's) J.11I1t." lo which ho responded\ (,children all 'so Iho that hotels,the In guests tlio system nnd
sale the five Indians from the l KvurgltulcH, passmlthroutrh by singing "l'ho'l'wn Jicimdlms."
at following news-stands at business with Mr. Alfred
-There will bo a regular communication Cox. Miss Loiilitn limos may be supplied with milk i>tiinl| to the
cents : Titusvllle, Sunday, on bin way was I llio nnxt on \
Tltusville per copy-B. R. Wilson & Son. of Indian!; River Lodgo( No. DO at the -Mr.\ D. S. Ilutchlnson of Trenton to Jacksonville to attend the (hula Week! limo 1'olCl'lullme. In her liilmiliiMo llowvr best iibtnitiiiblo In Limo north

J. D. Screven. Lodge-room Titusvllle, on St. John's N. J., is In town and expects to remain festivities.\ \ lie wits In full' Indian, regalia song end danuu' the Wedding. llio, Lily Mr. J. 1'. Stanton left hero Tuesday
Jacksonville-Rathbun hotel. Day Thursday December' 27, when nil a week or so. lie was the former owner attire, !and caused quite, a commotion. and time Uoso. In till pnit sho looked. for Oiniond wlintu. ho will b4llLMMnohLto.iwit

Windsor hotel. brethren are particularly requested to be of tho Indian River hotel, Titusville.Mr. among the young folks the few minutos polite, pert nlllll'ully. ,llor funny dunn< h Mr ItoHtiom\ In llio iiiaiiiijeiiient( !

Duval hotel. present A. P. Anthony who bas beenon he was on the station platform. lug was 1'(1Olvwllh\ loud and continued, Hotel Coqtilnn, which will open for the

News stand, Union depot Among the many pleasant callers at a business trip to New York panned. CALL anti !get: your clothes dyed, cleaned applause, and! shin hud" to respond,! to tin season nhoiit tho :JOlli! of Deeeinbor. We

McNamara & Dozier, 200 this office during the week was Major through here, Sunday en route to his pressed or altered l. at encores. Miss Louise was, for 11 short : wish the now innimgoniont I'vllr1.11""e......

West Bay street. A. St. Clair Abrams one of Florida's home in West Palm Beach.A. )(oIlKu'rVIlr.IAMII', while' the pupil of Plof. C. Constantino', Mr. Edward, E. Perry' nephew of
most prominent criminal lawyers lie i of :\fow.ork., the gentleman/: who taughtLady .( ,
represented Mr. W. I(. Hardee of Eden D. Merwin, who baa been spendIng ( Next to tent factory [ Kiancls,, Hope (err Miss\ four), Ill Twombly, lionsokoeper, of Iho Alcnxnr -
mr-:;; Reading notice ads. are ten cents who hits been with Manager I'.
In a libel suit. the summer at llford.. Conn., pas, Miss:\ Clayton and other celebrities.
per line on this page. ed' through Titusvllle Wednesday, on The Key Wmt Strike The duet., "Tho Qimirnl1 by 111'VIII.. Urenvos nt the Oriental hotel!, Manhattan

-Mr. W. n. McFarland has been on a -Mr. Geo. W. Gibba, n well-known his way home to Eden. M.\ Brown and Mrs.\ li W, Khodus was lloiioli, the past slimmer, has heon appointed

visit to Sanford, Winter Park and other resident of St. Augustine was in town a NEW ARRIVALS The strike of the electric conductors !good; and I WII are plonsod to hole thai day, clock of (lie Hotel Alcazar,
places this week. day or so the first of the week, attending :-Sago; cheese, Swiss ear thu president of the Bank, of Bay Bis.cnyne i St Augustine.Ciinitvornl ,
and .
to business In connection with the cheese, Kusslan sardines Dutch herring motormen wits called off Saturday :
-Mr. F. M. Wooten, of the turpentinefarm tent factory which Is now shipping car- anchovies and whole codfish, at morning and the cars are again run Is blossoming/ out as it singer of Club, at Chestor Shoal,
some note. They fiLIt'I, oniituroil tho near the, ocoan' bunch, will for the
Turnbull, was In town part of loads of tents. i CAnilOLL A GOI.DIIMITU'S.Commodore ning. The matter WitS left to a commit open
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and tee to investigate which resulted the nndlence In their. part, to which they season on !Monday nest, when few of l
Wednesday
Tuesday -Quite a few residents: of this town F. Brown !Mrs. Brown, men going to work. The president. ol hud to respond with an original song, In time initmbers. ate oxpuctod tn arrive' I.

-Mr. E. J. Seymour left here, Tuesday and suburbs left this week for Jacksonville and Fred Brown, jr., of New York, passed the Motormen and Conductor Union which they made ""vArltll"o'LI' hilts. Tltnsvlllo. There are nineteen prominent

to spend a few days in St. Augustine to attend the festivities. Many through/: Titusvllle, the first of the resigned; and anothor man wait elected. A Holi clion by I oiuliostia, "llamll- IluNtonlans connoctud with this club,

and Jacksonville.Read more would had gone from here had It ,,week en route to Cocoantit Grove to( Three of the old employees will not return Ionian," followed, Ills which Is oonsldored) the best In Florida

"Prescribing for a Sick Orange not being court week, and so near the spend the winter to work and tho men will\ work on Master before, Murk, the Iliown. In In evening;; dross, Hotel St. Ooorgo ono of the cosy andwellknown .. '

Grove" by a former Florida State chemist end of the month as well. -:-Mr. A. C. Scrlmgeour, who has been the old agreement, which has been In came"My Jersey Lily.curtain" Mark Is a a small sou-nade boy,, hotels of St. Augustine! will

on our second page. -The Boston Home Journal Is the L in town about two weeks, attending to -force- -ulnAih---- the--- cars---- have been oDeratetl. bu his voice was plainly beard In every open for tho season on or about the IRth/

-There are several things authorityfor the following: "Mr.! Chun. the affairs of his. deceased father will' part of the hall. Ho was voolfuroiislyrofelvvJ of Uecembor under the ninnngement
you may probably leave here for his home In Mr. II, d. Orpon. The ho.iso. Is now being
of
need, advertised in the ADVOCATE. Cast B. Cory, Boylston street nnd llyanniH, 'l'han".lIlvlnlJ IDay by tliV rtililleiioo, and rll"lolI.lutl
Brooklyn, N. Y. to-day In llrm-olnss order' Mrs. F. H.
carefully over the ads. left town, this week, for cruise around to the encorfl. put
;your eye Florida and the West Indies In his Tyler I Is proi'ilftross' \ \C{ tllll ht, Oeur e,
yacht A FULL SUPPLY the beat sowing Pfts Ril off' quietly In Titusvllle. Th Another solnctlon followed by the ofchostiH ,) ,
HOLIDAY Pads loo.SOUVENIRS K. ,MARTIN Palmetto Pin Wanda. Is not this an error ? Machine OIL at Knox, the painter. The bank and postolHco closed as on Sunday, tmlltluil """ilL., March, ,' anlln hand "II.! tin our 4th pngfl,

Bovine Fla. -Miss Elsie Smith after spending a only man that can handle or repair Sow. while the storekeepers managed! to give coiisequeuutt of the absence of Prof J. M, Tho office foroo of the. Windsor hotel,

couple of weeks with her mother at Ing Machines. their employees a half holiday Clrcul Lull In on a hunting/ tilp, Major 'I'l1yl..r. Jncksouvlllo I I. now complotn for the

-Mr. E. L. Brady and daughter, Miss Kockledge, returned to Stetson University Attorney W L. Palmer of Orlando/ Court was In session, as Judge Jones sang a solo, "St. Potor mill lime Maiden" coming winter and ,'unRI.tll of time following
Aline have been spending several daysin the latter of lust week. Miss duos not believe In which was Annornd. '
part showed his genial countenance In town procrastination or M. r.. Howard/ chief clotk ; K.I r..
Jacksonville this week enjoying the Elsie is and Is pl; trn'trii i -jit;; car; be, The progrnmmo next called for
a popular young lady, always this week In place of /States Attorney to-morrow ft. song; Howell, cashier; D. I). Whlttun, room
festivities.Mr. welcomed back at Stetson by her J. D. Beggs: who was unable to be done to.llItY. Many of our residents went nml cuke-walk, "Hniolcfy-Mokos.' The clerk ; C. N. Morris, key clerk The

and Mrs. II. C. Stokes former associates.Mr. owing to the death of his mother.Mr. prowent hunting, fishing/ and sailing, the weather cli.irnolurs wine liken' by Miss Louise business (if tin house IIrl\ excess of anyprevious

well-known residents of Kobe Sound ..A. It. Oladwin, ono of the well- being superb. In the evening it dance and Master[ Mark Brown who worn season and revurvatluns made
are now making their home at Frog-, known followers of Sir Isnno Walton hall William Treutlor, of Eau Galllo, was given In the opera !IIOIIHU by the dressed In very fantnsUo continues with for the winter rn."thliln.HIIILLu li decided(

more, S. C. arrived from Slierburn, N. V., on a visit has been very sick, and confined to his TItusvlllo Social Club.CHURCH blackened: faros' and l arms Their cakewalk Increase In patronage..
bed for the last cnusDil
two months coimlilernulo
with kidney amiisimiont.
to his brother !Mr. S. N. Gladwln of Tltnsville.
Come In and see our display of china; : Mr. ,Gladwin Is enthuwlHHtlo trouble but was reported to be on the and I some of HIOMII! preNoiit laiigbo'l until The AIWMJATIC:, a month or so ago,

it will' not coot you a cent, and you do fisherman and lie n very haul the- Improve tho early part of this week NOTICES. the tears trickled down their cheeks refumid to the coming nuptials nfIr.! .
In
can His friends Miss Aline A. I. Creamer, onshlor of I Hotel Ornioml), ,
not have to wish him Brady followed with
buy.CARROLL finny tribe where others fail., He will many A speedy re- a piano
last winter nod assistant of the
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& GOLDS IITR. try his luck here for a while before leaving covery. Archdeacon B. 1". Brown will\ hold divine solo there "The short Circus Interval.Uallop' after which Intorvalii house, Interval'munugor, N. 11., the

-Attorneys R. II. Seymour, of KIs- for Miami where ho generally( spendsthe < -Senator Voi'hoes and purtj of friends, service! on :Sunday:: next In St. Murk's was n past summer, !Last week h" joluod
Hframee; O. T. McCarty, of Ankona; and better part of the winter Mr. Ulad- who have been enjoying a couple of church Cocoa at 10:30:: a. m. Also In I PAHT-it MI A vi.\'no.HAIK'K 'hands with Miss '..I"hmv 1114011, of \Uamarlsoottri -

W. R. Anno of Miami, were pleasant win has been around town this week, weeks hunting and Hulling, as the Kiiests St. Gabriel's church Tlumvlllt, at 7.30: II v"Wll MAM ,,111'1lOW".I.II:. : :\10., und the luippv pair willspmid

callers! at the ADVOCATE office on Wed shaking hands with his many friends. of Senator Mnf.l. S. Oimv_ at St.. _r.iiMrt.pUHMed p. m. "VICNIJlfU IHtttlH./: their honeymoon at Hotol Cnrinllnn
n n. .1! Mr. Edward lt>ilH<".. ... .. .. W.M.JI.wn. ,
nesday. -Our town has been quite lively this through Tlt.ullvlllo.VtJdneHrlay., Services the Presbyterian church, ,\lr, WIIII t'auy'hull' .. .. .. ..K. M.'Uvhir.vtni. I'lnnlnirst, N, C. Tlio ADVoOArn
nt the private car Rambler, en route I Itolinrtu. . . ..Mm. W. M.lirown. joins In congratulations.
-Mr. \V. of week owing to the holding of Court Titnsvllle next Sunday, IIUH. 2, 11MK( ):
BenJ. Jerome
Rockledge,: north slrsUanq.hell. | . .. . ...IHrt.lt W.lt/.I./ .l .
after getting his floe launch Volunteer, Among those In town we noticed the Preaching{ at 11 a. m. and 7:13: p. m. ; Ilelistbsemaid. .. . .\\1.! ( imlant On page 7 will be found the ad of the
In first-class trim, launched her from following: It. II. /Seymour and E. L. -Col.: C. P. Horton and Mr. T. Watt- :Sunday school at (11.1.): "> a. m. Rev J. A. Mr. Win. M. Brown as Edward Mothers Clarendon 'Inn, Heabreeue' east of nLY-,

Nelson's ways at this place, and left for Lesley, KUslmmee; A. St. Clair Abrams, son Merrill two well known members of Hughes, pastor. impersonnted tile ch"rI&ctorll'lIb tona. It Is uiulwr the management" of

Kockledge on Saturday. Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Porcher Canaveral Club will arrive here on Sun The pastor Rov. A. C. Slrdeflel.l, will force and Intelligence/ and, 1 liU acting as Mr. Lourmrd Jill\ who ,has, dono an excellent

Cocoa; W. L. Palmer, Orlando; W. F" day. They will accompanied by their I). V., preach next Sunday at Harduvllle. heretofore, was very credltable.Mr buxlnuss during the time ho has
-County School Superintendent Jno. Richards C. A. Robinson I Henry Whip- friend, Mr. Barton who Intends enjoy at 10 a. m., and at City Point at \2 p. m. W. M. Brown as the loving wife bad charge of the 'larvndon, which Is
n. Same of Courtenay was In town a pie, W. H. Hardee 1,. II. Toussaint I ing a little\ of the duck shooting on the Sunday School at City I'olnt at If m. of Mr. Roberts, was dignified and correct close (o limo son and ono of the finest I
day or so this week. lie found a decided Eden; Fred F. Taylor Kockladge; Flank Club's property.The All are invited p. and her .acting would" have been drives In Jl'lorl.The' \; hotel has been

improvement of the ground around E. Bond DeLand ; Jas. Holmes, E. A. creditable to a professional. She showed much Improved of lato, and those who
the school-house on this visit. Ireland, Mont Hardee, J. Jensen, W Northwestern Yeast Co., of much dranmtlo talent, and gave some have stayed there, speak In high terms. of

-The many friends of Mrs. T. E. Har J. Allen T. V. Moore, Jensen; C. T. Chicago 11 et._.......,._III._ ,f are out I again this year Hoarding Ilouso' For: Hula. very useful hints !as to bow wives should) 'of It. When coming Mouth, remember
bour, of Verona N. Y., are pleased to McCarty: John N. Waller, Ankona; II. c famous.uu.ou roe Yiest.vampea of their new look after the welfareof tllelr hardworkMr Ida Clarendon Inn Seabreeze. (Jet oAtit.

see her on Indian River again. Mrs. P. Harper R. J. LaRoche, D. J. LaRoche, Magic child There Is hardly A first-class boarding liouie for sale. : .InIP- .h..n.l.- train at ..)....1 tuna..
In
man, woman or the UnitedStates ; c.w.:
Barbour Is at her fine residence In Eau Courtenay: ; W. T. Dixon, Cocoa; E. O. Rhodns, as Mrs.\ \Vlllls
to C. Tltuwvllle Fla.
not familiar with the good qualities Apply Bouknlght, Manager" C. A. Merritt of the Rath-
Fort D. L. Alderman Campbell captured the audience' by li
Uallie[ where she will' as usual spend Morgan Bassenger; rirclinnss
of this famous bread raiser. You bun, Is one of the busiest men In the
and Identification
Fort Pierce J. B. Bowers complete with
Georgl-
the winter. Sanders;.j make no mistake when you buy Magic city t-.IItI. He has a largo niimbor of
ana; W. R. IndlanoU; D. E. Tot rl.tll the role she undortook. Mrs. Hhodo entered
-Mr. A. J. .Mitchell chief of the Austin, White City. Toast at Co a package;( and refuse to take with fervor Into the spirit of the guests from South Florida, who are her.

Weather Bureau, Jacksonville, passed Imitations. It part and her conception of It was nature to see the sights. Mr. AJerrl It. promlsM
Coming to Tallahassee, Florida, should ) ,
would
of thorn that he personally
many
through Titusville, Saturday last, and Empty Sugar and nice IJurrcl'U ORANGE BOXES plain and panel beads, not fall to stop at the tit. James Hotel al and life-like. show them the town when they cume to i
informed us that he was going to Jupiter for home and comfort. Cheap rates anJII Major F. M. Taylor, as the husband of
Orange Wraps Bean Crates etc. that ha
; tie and
Insisting
city they IHO
and and
Miami for
a week's fisting the devote.") Mrs Willis Campbell madoall
For sale. Address, (OEO: F. PADDIIO.V. Eau Gallle. rst-class fare. keep bis contract. He Is doing his best,
but the arrival of .
hunting there be
; we presume was to made out of the character
WALTER A. MOORE, but he did not all of them to
a cold short his for he and expect S
wave cut outing, was, consequently, quite satisfactorily
8 St. Charleston S. C. Wanted ,, be
returned George llIle to Nell come at ono ; He says that bo will
to Jacksonville Monday evening Wanted received by the audience.He .
equal to the emergency, as ha has two
evidently Is no novice to amateur
Ilelginn 1 Caret*. WANTED good, mule. Address A flrst-cliiM hotel at Tallahassee, Fla.; theatricals.Miss friends from llrevnrd county who know
FOR SMOOTH CAYENNE PINEAPple that Is first-class business Jck onIIIe
one doing a the ropes already.- Metrop
"T. 1"., care of ADVOCATE office Tl Ethel Coutant made quite a
plants cheap, write to True to name and rare stock. For tusville Fla. and a good investment for right man. charming Hello l the maid, and she quite olis.
J. D. BELL, St. Petersburg, Fla. ale by II. S. WALKER, Time only reason for selling i la that I ama captivated the boys. Are you thinking of going to the ploa-
and wish to out of business.
VERY FINE Jacksonville, Fla. I widow go/ Miss Alice Brad the for : ? If
FOR SALE, 10,000 Seed For Bale. Mrs. F. R. LAMII, / wu pianist apple field\ of the East Count you
smooth Cavnnna suckers at Chicago Fla. I the evening, and It Is noodles to say timid are. try the Netberby' at Eden, managed
Tallahassee
pinery, St. Petersburg, *'la. .n.1r.._.nte"I' I St. Jarne Hotel abe full d".orYOII l the large bouquet of I -... .*-...-. *r-. A.- Cumin. It will open on
..CRAS.VEIIIYAN, Manager. Refugee or 10OO-to-I/ bean need, 1000 beautiful rooos she received) She' Is a Duo. 13th.: Mrs. Curtis. is having considerable
Information concerning the descendants crop, at tl per bushel f. o. b. Lotus For Hale, pianist of no mean order, and shows Improvement made" to the

of Isaiah Valleav\ and Mary Moore. Uean crates Cfr cts. each. ability. Miss. Ruth Woodward did great Natherby and making It as attractive as

For Sale. Isaiah Vallean born 1737, married In 1m CIIAS. D. PBOVOST Lotus, Fla. New stern-wheel steamer, 60ft. long, credit to herself and the audience by her possible. It Is a very popular h"u."i

,' Bergen coonty, N. J., 1701, died 177! lOft. beam, 12-ln.: draft; complete out cornet playing./ and wa have no doubt It will\ be
Smooth Cayenne and Abbakka Pine- Address M. L. B. N., Jte Rid of Your III*. fit; suitable for freight or pleasure; On the whole the entertainment was of guests as usual. The Netborby Is
apple plants Free from Insect and I EAST COAST ADVOCATE Office iteam allowed, 130 Ibs.JOH. admirably /gotten-up, and did credit to right In ILe heart of the pineapple eo-

disease. Address I'rof. J. D. !MacDonnell of Little River ;u : E. HARKM, those who took part. thin which Is considered to- be a very

"Lakeside Pineries," I Stage and Hnll-Koom Dancing.Mr. will treat anyone of any disease, St. Francis Kla. The Opera house was crowded, every healthy locality. Stop' off at Region.
C. D. THOBXTOW, Orlando, Fla. ithont knife, surgeon or medicine, for aallable space being occupied; In facei Hallway station, about :2M; miles south
I some 'had to stand on the slalrc..... of Jacksonville, oa the Florida; East
dollars month the Weltmer
C. Constantine 1237 Broadway, Ere a by
Wanted.
Scow
Bean Crates New York, teaches the very latest European treatment. Prof. MacDonnell Is a graduate I the seats being coca pleuL Coast Hallway.

and American dances) at moderate of the Weltmer College, of Nevada, ..
Delivered"to ant'dIOg; on the Indian prices. Galty, skirt, reels, jigs; character Mo., and has now a hundred patient WANTED to charter with privilege of hauling "THE BIO DKIW STORE" HeHl"y

River, between Conrtenay and Ka steps, song and dance, skits, and all along the East Coast. Under this treat buying a scow, not less than thirty eight Pharmacy, Bay and Ocean street, Jacksonville -
Gallic, at 6+cta. net cash national dances taught. Stage dancing ment Prof. MacDonnell will treat and i feet long. Address all communications Promptly attended to by W. E. Van- Fla. Du not forget the *.!-
Geo. F. Faddison, and ballets of every description. Write absolutely guarantee to care any disease to "T. F.," care of ADVOCAT office, landing am's teams; also horses and : dress: Ueo. Hughes' old and. rellaU'a'

fan Gallie, Fla. him at the above address. with which humanity afflicted. Tltosvllle Fla. buggies by boor or day. I drug business



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PRESCRIBING FOR A SICK fertilizer\ containing nitrogen as I doubt : errmwuda:: On.5..0c.: Seed.

CommonSense ed whether uuder the existing conditions
ORANGE GROVE.
the most vigorous nitrogen gatherer

could supply even Its o" n wants. I sug Genuine Imported Tenneriffe stock (no cheap California seed). Best of testimonials

Editor EaRl Coatt Advocat : !tested If a good growth was secured and from large planteis. White and Red 20o per ounce, $3 per lb.,

1 the late la the autumn postpaid, ready October lat Onion Sets, Bermuda ready now. White
dl I crop was plowed
When I first visited Florida something
t ugh and Red 3fic quart, postpaid, f 4.75 per bushel. Also White Potato, Yellow,
p I like 20 years ago-nothing astonished under that the next fertilization might Egyptian, Top, bllverskin and Bed, send for prices. Florida Rye$a.40 per

me more than the universal Interest be restricted to liberal applications of bushel. Georgia Rye, $1.60 per bushel. Florida 00 day Oats OOcts per
P potash and phorphorlc acid 230 Ibs. bushel. Texas Rust Proof Oats 50cts per bushel.
Talk with I tbat was felt on the subject of orange/ say : ,
growing. It was the one topic of con sulphate of potash and 400 Ibs acid phosphate Send for price list of all kinds of seeds.L. .

versation and was so general and all- per acre.I CAMERON. Seedsman

pervading that It monopolized all generaltalk have not yet heard from my 'patient' 126 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

.t ''Tj W([J) 1Jen eo that even the weather had for or my 'presciIptlon", but as I have known -,--
once taken a back seat. Whenever any the same method to work wonders In

group of men were conversing together other and similar instances, I see no reason

It wa.."dollars" to "doughnuts"; that It to doubt If faithfully carried out, German Portland Cement.

If & pwton Is ill and needs a media was not politics, but some phase of this that the results will be equally good in
dpi Is it not wise to get one that haa
j stood the teat of time and has hundreds all-absorbing question that they were this. NORMAN ROIIJ is i.f.k .

of thousands of its ---- -, .
cures to diseuislng. MOle remarkable still was -- --- --- -------

--- ---- -_ .---- credit? the variety and conflict of opinions. that I am pleased to say that 1 can again! offer my customers that Reliable
AWAYYBy A great many women who are HI tryeverything" Portland Cement the "HANOVER." This is tIle
Brand of German ,
held and
PRODUCE THROWN were- soberly uiged. .1 RAHUtY
they hear of in the of
way brand of cement used in building the great Croton Acqueduct and also
medicine and this experimenting with E.erYlltlcond man you met-especially the Ponce DeLeon Hotel.GEORGE. ,
Hundreds .f Thoiisnnd of Packages unknown drug Is a constant menaceto If he was a new comer-"knew all aboutit
their : F. :]PPLDZZST: T
health.
Every Year already impaired ;" and to add to one's perplexity, his .
This seems to us unwise for A persis-
very .
From Information which we deem trustworthy EAU GALLIE FLORIDA.
there are remedies which are no experiments views were almost certain to be In direct tent cough is
we feel confident In asserting and have been known years conflict with those of the last man you -
first
at
that from 150,000 to 200,04)0() ) packages of and years to be doing only good. talked with An humble individual like a

Florida produce are thrown away In New "aatn's Take Vegetable for instance Compound Lydia; for E. thirty Pink- I, myself, who knew nothing and professed friend gives ,warn-for it H. A. HODGES....

I York city every year. This Is not all years its record hall been one unbroken to know nothing about it, but simply' ing of the \ Manufacturer of

actually dumped. Some is dumped, chain of success. No medicinefor wanted to learn, was, therefore, at a ap- lumber.
of and Yellow Pine
i, some pays part of the charges, some pays female ills the world has aver decided disadvantage. lIe was ID very proach a .Cypress ..

the charges; put all of it brings the known It has such a record that for cures. muoh the position of the traditional 'deadly ene- ROUGH AND DUEbSED.!: Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates
seems so strange some people Heed
grower nothing, and is thrown away so WILL take medicines about which they donkey between two piles of hay, one my. Anyone contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building laauy
far as ho Is concerned. That number of really know nothing some of which, of which was bad and both might be. To the warning part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are locatedat
before it is Buffalo Bluff 1'alatka the J.. T. K. IV.' Ky. Lumber delivered to
packages at400 to the car would make might, be, and are, really harmful ; near on any
f'i while OB the other hand it ia easily choose wrong involved serious consequences IIilVI too late, be- .part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff Fla.
,td 375 carloads, repioscntlog prnbably the proved that over one million women : and to stand still\ meant starva fore your

yield ot COO acres. On each acre Is have been restored to health by LydiaE. tion. lungs I become .

expended, say ,$20 worth of fertilizer; a IMukham'a Vegetable Compound.We It was some years after my first visit inflamed ESTABLISHED 18SO.

I total of $10,000; seed, labor, crate, as have. published in the news- that I finally moved to the Mate, and engaged 'mu II before -
papers of the United States more -
much more; grand total, .OO, ) ) on the genuine testimonial letters than have ; In the business in which every ,the Bond Lumber Co.

wrong aide of the ledger; to any nothingof ever been published in the interest of one was so profoundly interested. Since doctor "Consumption. ,

the returns that ought to have been any other medicine. then :3: have been taking lesson to that says,
when the danger Manufacturers of and Dealers in
AU this should and does, produce a li)
received. of rather expensive school "the school of signal first
spirit confidence in the hearts of appears, help
This deplorable result Is brought about women -which is difficult to dislodge experience," as a good many thousandsof nature with LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING

partly by Indifferent sorting! and packing and when they are asked to take something dollars bulled in Florida sands; or ,

of Indifferent produce, but chieflyby Lydia eke E. Pmkham they say, Vegetable" No, we want Compound rather, by Florida freezes, could testify, AYQT3Don't Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orangeand

Indiscriminate shipping to one center which has been tried, and I If I only knew where to find them.I : Vegetable Ciates. We solicit correspondence.

producing congestion/ and a diseased never found wanting, whose reliability am not going to trouble the ADVOCATE Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills\ nt ftnnrla brills, on .)., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at
1 market. To the average/ Florida shipper Is established. far beyond the experi- : readers with what I do not know efierr DeLand and Titusvllle.
"
i the city of New York boxes the compass, mental stage. about orange growing. It would fill
We have thousands of letters like the
of American markets. While venting following addressed to Mrs. Pinkham. volumes: but In an humble! way I have

denunciations the trusts, syndicatesand 'that short pe HANNE BROS.
upon showing studied the question at pretty loral ...
corporate capacities of the metropolis I'snlle-hoe, plow pruning shears and
Monthly Suffering Is Al- 12JO-1248 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
he confidently commits all his produce budding knlfo In hand, tosny nothing of delay until your
Cured E.Pinkham's
by Lydia .
f to tbls depraved city In the childlike ways years' of laboratory work; and there are lungs are sore and your

belief that Its vast appe'lte has Vegetable certain matters 1 In which my friends ufteu cold settled down deep Liquor and Wine MerchantsCase

stomach for It all, and will pay for It all. Compound also Back" d<. me the honor to ask my advice. in your chest. Kill the ,

The authority above referred to Is of acho and BcarSny-tfown, One of the seemingly most puzzling/ enemy before the deadly

the opinion that one-half thn produce of paIns. problem that I am often asked to solve, blow kills you. Cure and Jug Trade Solicited,-

Florida shipped out of the State Is consigned is Intimately associated! with one of the cough today. '
your
'I suffered untold
agony every Wholesale Distributors of St. Louis Beers
to New York.; The result is, at I month and could get no relief until I very questions that I heard moat earnestly One dose brings relief. Lemps'

5 certain seasons, the sidewalks and ware- tried your medicine; your letter advice discussed when I first came to Florida, A few doses make the

), houses are cumbered with" accumulated and a few bottles of Lydia E.Pinkham's and that Is, as to the wisdom of clean cure complete.Three OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES

vegetables often, heated<< and I leaking, made me the Vegetable happiest woman Compound alive.have I summer culture In our orange groves. .lIell! 25c.for.ss ....18." cold..f Call or sent for Prices.
and the garbage carts and dumping shall bless This has two sides and it Me.forth, bartercoldit SI.W tbs matt
:
t .you aa long as I live. -Miss question omssilcsl for older.. cues. _
scowl are as active- as the dead wagonsin JOIB SAUL, Dover Mich. may be well enough to plainly state "'
a pestilence. Four years ago 1 had almost given them. First, weeds are robbers; the> the I ben consider remedy your Cherry for colds Pectoral and ::a:: .RRY :I\I.I: .SON &:, Co.
of well I
np hope ever being again. roughs and all throat: affection.
k # This might seem to be, on the part of was alllicted with those dreadful headache take nutriment fioiu the soil that ought/ I have. used It for SO years and it

q the shippers, an act of Incrcdttable folly spells which would sometimeslast to feed the range tree. !Second, they certainly beats K.Ll'MNKT.them all." -Importers and Wholesale Dealer In-

but It Is only the result of Ignorance three or four days. Also had take moisture from the soil In.enormous Deo.20,18911.! Union,N.Y.will. .

They simply do not know that everybody backache, bearing-down pains leucor- quantities. It has been found by corn the _,.,.. Wines and
rho a. dUzluess and terrible pains at If Liquors Cigars
else Is shipping to New York. There I I. monthly periods confining me to my potent observers, both In this country or and Ton desire'hsie the any boat complaint medical advice whatever yon ,

no headquarters to steer the consign bed. After reading so many testimonials In Europe, that It takes from three to free: eihly Ton receive will receive write a prompt the dnctor reply ,

ments. There is no power on earth that medicine I concludedto five hundred tons of water to produceone .without font. Addr. .
forlour .. Pcrn.d.a1c: : Faro
b try to pick up aftertaking Da.J.C. ATEK. Lowell M. DEtyo.
can prevent every grower In Florida from too of dry vegetable' matter., I
the first bottle aDd have
con.tln. -
Distilled Ferndale
by Distilling Co. Second District
tit shloololl to-- New- York to-rlav- and to ..-.-.-.1- wo...yls1.'.....w., and now feel Supposing th.s: to grow on an acre, : of Kentucky; aged In
different heated warehouse, and absolute' and free from all
I Philadelphia to-morrow. like a woman. I can recommend this is equal to from three to four and a -- pure adulteration. These goodsare
Lydia, K. IMnldiam's Vegetable pionouncrd by all connoisseurs to be without an equaT, and are regarded by the
These fact \Illuminate with a calcium half inches of rainfall. la a dry summer
t Compound in the highest terms to all medical faculty as superior to all others for the use of Invalids.
light the necessity of organization among sick women.---Jlisa Rosa HELDK.K Climate like that of California these two Homes
the growers of Florida, to regulate the 120 W. Cleveland Ave., Canton, O. considerations practically settle' the mat- Virginia FERNDALK: RYE Is put up iu plain cases containing no marks whatever, FOUR

distribution, as the pineapple growers Two Letters which Provo ter, and clean summer culture is imperative. FULL QUARTS in each case, and delivered to you charges prepaid, at the fol
lowing prices per case:
have doue from the beginning. Until .
'
r such time as tney shall have learned wisdom that Lydia E. Pin kham's In Florida the conditions are entirely You learn all about Virginia Lands, Ferndale, A, 7 years old 1, 3.JO.: Ferndale, A A, 8U years old, $3.70.(

i and perfected an organization for Vegetable Compound Will different. Its resources, products mode of cultivation Ferndale, A A A, 10 years oil, $...2'). Money refunded ia not entirely satisfied.

this purpose, there .Is a contributorymeasure ftomovo Tumor and Cure Weeds rob the soil of plant food hereas Virginia,' prices Farmer., etc., by Send reading lOrta the HARRY: MASON::: cSc: :; OO-

of relief that might be adopted, Other Fomalo Weakness they everywhere; but our summers
for i months subscription to the State Agents 301-31)7-300-311) :/ West Bay' street Mason Block
,
which Is the diversion of a percentage of Two years ago I was a great bring the rainy season. Ordinarily there Farmer Co., Emporla Va. JACKSONVILLE, .
the shipments to markets )In the South. sufferer from womb trouble and profuse Is plenty of moisture for weeds and trees I FLORIDA

The awakening prosperity of this section flowing each month, and tumors both. Hut there Is another matter not invested' In our Contracts, - __ _' ___n -

has created a demand for and the would form in the womb. I had four always given due consideration, which $130 la\able $I.2A per FOR
tumors in ears. I went through week for J04 $240 $ 3.20.
means to purchase more luxuries. Factory treatment with doctors, but they did In many cases should be paramount.Our wleks111 return to you ..

operatives and other artisans ale me no good and 1 thought 1 would Florida sands under the Influencei Sent
to
ns by Express postoffice
This Is what'some of our Con- ) order or New York Exchange, no W'\\
4 the best patrons of the market, accordIng have to resort to morphine.' I i the most tropical suns, become excel tract Holders Say send you by Express, C:HA RUES PKEPAID
The doctor said that all that could : f.jACKsonviiie
f their means, generally pen.ting all help me was to have an operation and alvely heated. The writer has observed .' _. '',', .rue..'. ,tkr.1,190a. FOUR FULL I QUARTS
their earutngs. It Is a fact that Southern have the womb removed, but I had In May a temperature, an Inch under JI(..T.Bllch, ;Manager ,Mntntl Idelitjr,. Co. cliv. - --
over tllr:-I wish" to acknnwlmlire your coin
towns to-day pay higher; prices, propor heard of Mrs. HnkhanTs medicine and the surface, of 110 degrees Fahrenheit, nxni's check for $:/fIO. r.necinng; my tint ran.trsrts Of the Celebrated Seven-
for Florida decided to try it, and wrote for her while which was a profit of \(> \per cent These Year-Old
tionately, produce thaa Northern a thermometer lying freely exposedon pronto seem enormous and nnroaiuinahle.. but
advice anaft.c.or her
taking Vegetable
town, .simply because they da not the naked sand, will often register 20 ....h'lf '..iiiili.ir with Insurance tables and Tontine
Compound the tumors were expelled workings. I knew It could. lie done; therefore Calhoun Pure
{ receive a sufficient supply This anomaly and I began to get stronger right degrees more than this Such a heat I took contracts with your company,and. Rye Whiskey
should be removed.) along, and am as well as ever before. rapidly oxidizes; burns out-the humusin cheerfully: recommend ..aIDe.Your.re.J1t. .

For Instance, Boston quotes Florida; ,Can truly any that- T would never baA the soilLbhaded 3.W.S"ICRK\.l'rop'!uval Hotel W.ship In PLAIX PACKAGES no marks to IndIcate contents (which will avoid all
mm
iteti ned it not been for; Lydia """V When you get'Ie and test It, If It Is not satisfactory; ,
Jacksonville Fla, return It
oranges 1.80 to *::1.3.>; Xew York, $:L75 JS. llnkham's Compound."MART A. :: ground whether the protection M.J, PllKh.; ;Mgr.; Mutual Fidelity 1 Co.Oct.city 9. 1900. W.your are 3"I..20..will.. at be hand cheerfully. and refunded. This hl-kev Is sapped ...any 15 at,00 Oril.8X.ln utPKVair the nu.rket.! and

to W.25: :>>; Richmond, *.} to $..50! ; Jacksonville JUT A H r., Watsontown, 1'a. be grass oritrees& or anything else' never Dear, Sir.--In April of tile present year. I was 'been doing basineea In thia can city give.an.I.von, the QUICKER.me'stand nn-i for. than l1"tall' bon...... We hAve

**::1.2to: $:I.W; Atlanta, Wa After following the directions reaches any such temperature; so that Indiicml Fidelity.to take lomi-anv four, shares, which of you stock have in the s.. ably dl"that the editor IIIILlTANV of thlll REl'L'TA.'nus: for honest dealing,w.over refer la you YEARS to any.merchant and as to here our, or RESPX to-
to .1.50: ; Xew York, cucumbers, fancy, pen in your kind letter for the treatment represented. In this State, Today I receiver I a paper.
1.25! to $1..V other weeds, while an injury in some way, check for (IKO aa the matured value
; grade, BOc to $!; of leucorrhea, I can say that I on tho.ee.mtraeIe. SoLoMON & LEVI,
.
Atlanta, II to 1.23; :Sew York uppers have been entirely cured by the use probably more than compensates for I It above The noted amount was' (too.paid In by me on contracts 1928 & 1030 First

25 to 73 eta per barrel' ; Atlanta, SO to 7V of Lydia E. Pinkham's remedies, and in the protection they afford to the soil While on a trip" during the past four weeks, ,I p. O. Box >o. 33. Avenue
per crate. If Atlanta, as shown by the will gladly' recommend them to my from the destructive action of the direct stopped oft at Baltimore I ur the i>111'_ of Inveaiiicatinff BIRMINGHAM, ALA.CO. .
quotations, has a scarcity other less Important friends."-A. B. DA.v lOB, Binghamton, the. character of the organisationand
.
its lIe I NOTiCE i-We Expreee
of the person am entirely satisfied and pay Cbarll"to all poInt. reached .
cities In the /South doubtless N. Y. rays sun. have now taken new contract In more than PAIN." buttopointaoo 1m.... of other Expreae Comtaniea.by "flOUTHEIUr EXPRESS CON
have still\ greater.It I have frequently been requested to twice the amount aa formerly' held, an-1 feel Southern Express C'oml'anr: tntrt.fen to..."1 other Espies. Company.we prepay only to points where
Is true the Another Case of Womb, that I can ante!* recommend the company to all
charges' to Southern advise cases where have reached .
groves who deoire to save money and at the same time :=
points by the single package, are higher Kidney and Bladder a point where fertilizers seemed to realise a hondaume Interest upon it. : -
than the carload rates to New York. But While the company la lu the bands of Its present CHASZ1Cv & ..
a higher charge which leaves Trouble Cured by LydiaE. have lost their power. Not long since officials.I feel that th.lote..ts of investors
the grower will be well guarded. an, ale w. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE '
something Is better than a lower, charge Pinkham's Vegetable the owner of an extensive orange grovebrought Yours very truly, FLA.
which leaves him nothing.; The me some of its soil for analysis.He Ji,. If Srrrsaxs.
rate on KH express Compound. I ....& I",",nc.Plant System 01 R',...
pineapples per pound, from
small fortune
Tltusville, to Atlanta U tl.10; Chattanooga "lima FBJ D-Two years ago I had baa expended a upon While contracts mature at 104 wrt-ks
*1.50; Birmingham, (l.50.) Veg- child-bed fever and wemb trouble in his grove and happily baa plenty more ; at a profit to the Investor of 85 per cent,
stables, per too() pounds, (Gainesville Its worst form. For eight months after to spend. But the grove In spite of elaborate Our Company reserves the right to call

to Atlanta, $t; Birmingham, $I.:!.;; Chattanooga birth of babe I was not able to alt up. and constant care, did not do well. In anv or all contracts at expiration\ of
123.: Oranges/ per 8) Doctors treated me, but with no help.I 4(1( 60; or 8O weeks, and pay W) per coot. y
box. Plant City to Atlanta; S.1 cent-POUDd Bir had bearing-down pains burning in It was like a sick man, "had no appetite"and .The Company estimates It will be at l
minghum.; ; stomach kidney' and bladder trouble fertilizer seemed almost wasted on It. least: years before any contracts go beyond -

Ashevllle, .1 :ZO. ; and my back wa stiff and sore, the I made an analysis of (he soil of this the 40 week redemption period; '
We do not by any mean. advise an In. right ovary was badly affected and therefore you would pay Into the Company y"..
discriminate diversion of shipments front everything I ate distressed me, and grove and found It almost absolutely destitute 1.23:' per week for 40 week: Total llhunj kt

New York to Southern mtrketa. What there waa a bad discharge. : of.humus, though In other respects paid *50 00 and draw out :fSO Oo, leaving -
we do advise Is that our readers should .. I was confined to my bed when I fair orange land. On Inquiry I learned a profit of fclo.OO on a *.M.00 Investment. !

carefully investigate the situation, write wrote to yon for sulrioa and followed that for yrars this grove had been treated We will sell from one to twenty contracts -
to responsible houses ID different four directions faithfully, taking to any one person and not receive
and ascertain what can be dune. To cities all Lydia E. Hnkham's Vegetable Com- to clean culture,not a weed was allow. overt weeks payment In advance at any I

subscribers sending a few stamps' we will pound. Liver Villa and using the Wash, ed to grow 1n ,summer or at any' other one time. -
furnish lists of houses in almost any and am now able to do th. mat of my' time, and the result of all this excessive For full particulars call on or address., i

town to which Floridians would be likely housework. I believe I should have I codling and misapplied( culture, was what MUTUAL FIDELITY CO.
died if.11 had.not bt"ea for Compound
to consign. We would your Room 8, Park
guarantee noth Banding
humus
I this letter be the might have been expected. The
hop mar
log -would Jacksonville
furnish
J ; we simply the Fla. *
ad. aiiS HI Ml*' **'**** ** J
result of benefiting.sora other_!fer- all baraetl out. I recommended -
dresses of houes which have the was practically
best local Good salesmen wanted! In
,log woupan..1 raeoaiinAod,your C mpo'Ul4 the velvet bean should be every town. Four Full Quarts
reputation.-Florida.Farmer fruit that Delivered
jy Weekly collections made through f6r'83.20: .
-MIW.. JI....,
V> "ry an*
0]rower V planted, the first year 'with a' tom plot.! Bank In your own town. I '
A.CIiK1l.1'ri.IAWoe. 1'ltla-WGa.i7. AgenU for
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Professional Cards. When, the, mucous accompanied patches't'7 in GRASS CULTURE.A JOHNSON LAW COMPANY 1\

EO. M. ROBBINS the mouth, erup-
G tires the skin Bollrd Down Rdltlnn of a 9ncc...-
a -
llolr Foils sere throat, copper Cal tirovrrr'i Method EDISON: LALANDE
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR colored splotches, There are many theories and no theories
SAMPSON NO.
:3,
AT-L'AW. swollen glands, aching muscles about grass culture. Followingis !
OUI and bones, the disease is making "boiled down" edition by The Rural and DRY BATTERIES,

Will practice to State rend United' States rapid headway, and fa: worse New Yorker of the method of "In- FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION. : hall ',w } ,v, .
Court. symptoms will follow unless the blood is ders ;
tense cultivation" and described
practiced ft
Office at TITUSVH.LIC FLA. promptly and effectually cleansed of this M. P vii r Gor1 4hopu
_. violent destructive poison.S. I, by Mr. George Clark an ?
S. S. is the only safe and infallible eastern grass specialist;
JT\ LK ttAULDEX, cure for this disease, the only antidotefor I would prefer moist land as that lathe

this specific poison. It cures the beat for &T SS. I will deal. with a 1 lT I
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, worst cases thoroughly and permanently. plain Bold covered with stiff turf and

tlc all the Courts of the State a&fiS.SS'Sl.SSDave t commence the work July 1. I would
Florida Mg;) Condition Could :;
m and the United States Courts. take a pair of 1.00 to 1.200:! pound' Prom ttlF
1.0 Box,234. TITUSVILUE FLA. Been No worse. t' "Sdodorl'bm horses, a 24! Inch bladed revolving disk; ncytRI# g.1 tk

Money to Loan. their treatmentdid toot bladed disk
lg plow a elx harrow a
me I
no good ; was getting worse all the
time; my hair came.net ulcers in my smoothing barrow and a grass hoe, or
GOLDSMITH throat and mouth, my body, .. almost covered } 1 -- _::.
underground rake. In July I would
M. with copper botches and olTen.lve8O""L
I suffered aeverelp, from rheumatic paitu. plow it four times and harrow It four In our Contracts

A'rTORNEY-AT-LAW In have my been shoulders no worne and;arms only thoeesmctedsalwaacan My condition could times.' In August I would plow it 1 .4 $130.Invested$1.25 t per week

understand my suffering I bad about twice, harrow it eight times, level it 1 weeks

TITUSV1LLK, FLORIDA. I lost decided all, hope to try of a ever. 8.&being, well Hfraio; when four times and use the grass hoe ono Will
T but must confess I hud flay with one horse. September. 1, aft Return
little faith left In any) months, I would $240.
cultivating two ,
J. WEBB, medicine. After tnking ;. er Full line of Electrical: Supplies You
F: the third bottle I noticeda now' It to ryd or crimson clover mid

tion.change This!; in my condi. ,,,,, April 20, with the revolving low and JOHNSON LAW CO. ,
was truly encouraging
TTORNEY. -LAW, and I deter '1" disk harrow most' thoroughly mix the 311: & 51 \V. Kornyth St. Jacksonville, Kla. Mutual
Will mined to rive S. S. 8 a ,allp. ..... Fidelity Co.
practice In the Courts of the 7th thorough trial. 1'rora' 1 rlhatlimeonlhelmprovo ... rye or clover with the surface and then .
Circuit Taxes paid for nonresidentsand .15)/ ,. sow oats with ZOO pounds of oat fertili ,
rents and accounts collected. ment was ; b.S.S. s
seemed to r.It ;' disease r. of Baltimore, Md.
TITUiVILLE;- FKORIDA.: completely under zer.July 1 or when the oats are in the range Trees. .
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<<
ulcers control healed; the and.sore I and was \f n milk I would cut them for hay. The M. J. SLIGH Manager for Florida.No. .

A.D.. PENNEY, of soon the free disorder from all; 1 signs have t> ?: .>, 1'I Then fertilizer commence ought to again make with a large the/evolvIng crop.- -- -- SPark IHilldlug! ( JI ck onvl1l.., Florida.
been strong and healthy ever since ,
I..W. SMITh Jock Box: 611, Nobleaville, lad. plow bladed harrow and smootherand -- -
When take into consideration the
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, lathe only purely vegetable go over It three times each week you

'TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA blood purifier uutll Sept. 1 and with the grass hoe time and money spent In bringing trees O. L. ] CEEN
,
S S known $1,000 is wherever necessary. I would thus Into fruiting )looks foolish to ]lllInt l any ,

Will practice In all the courts of the 7th offered for proof that make the land clean, true and In perfect but the best; ,Ioo n't II?
Judicial Circuit. it contains a particle of condition, at which time' I would Dress Goods
mercury, potash or"other tuners: poison. ; We glow the kind you wnnt-since Trimmings Millinery Notions
recleaned. )
of redtop ac' ,
Send for our free hook on Blood Poison; sow 10 quarts 18K2! : we have made n specialty of ttrirtly/ ,
10 of timothy, also (ono poundsof
quarts
it contains valuable information about
FREDERIC A. MORGAN, this disease, with full direction for sell fertilizer and In the spring I would high grade tlock. Our catalogue! !glvus ,: LacoN (Hove; Umbrellas, and MiUnilnl\ for Fancy Work
full descriptions and of nil the
treatment. We change nothing: for medi- add 4K() ) pounds more. July 1 I would prices

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, cal advice ; cure yourself at home. cut four or more tons of hay and then prominent kinds. Wilte for one-It's free. Prompt attention( $ given to mail orders

Notary Public. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. OA. add 2)0 pounds more of tl'l'tlUzl'rl Sept
I 20 I would cut l\y tons more hay. This Glen St. Mary Nurseries
:
Collections, Typewriting, Stenography./ : The attention the t government baa' Is the story In a nutshell. Tills! Is one of the oldest and most lellalilo liounos In Jarksoiivlllo.: All the latest

TlTUSVILLE, Fr.A.. been ; One may ask what becomes of the Patterns mid Style.
lately idled to tit till range done G. L. Taber Prop.
sod or turf with your method of plowing -
by sheep to the Itifiw and valuable
F. M. 'tAYLOR.TEACHE.R forest rctiertea of the Wl'st.'aMt flocksof ? Each ono of the sharp blades of GLENhT. MARY, .- Florida 101 West tiny /Street: comer of Laura JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

'sheep numlierluj tliuiiHMicls) are run the disks enters the sod, cuts and We also have a full Una of general immory stock .

OF VOCAL MUSIC\ AND on these ranges/: l hi the herders and twists out a piece, and by going over It ------ -- ------ ----- -- OK01U1K MARX JOHN AIAKX.

MUSICAL ELOCUTION.In they clean tlit timber of all undergrowth a few times It Is cut and mixed with '
the surface soil. In fact It seems to Towers' Hardware Co
destroy all the needling trees I\II.A..JE\ BRC
classes or private lessons. Sight( read- and so Impact! the soil that the evil effect melt WRY and soon becomes plant >S..

fag a Specialty. Terms reasonable. of drought.vhlcb Is all too frequent food. Wholesale healers In

'TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Is greatly Increased. A government One asks. Why not use the common

commission la now engaged In plow? There are many reasons why GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE
makes crust, turns the ,,
not. It a plow
Investigating the matter, and It Is quite
A. WOKLEY ----, -
tho reach of --- -
CEO sod in a hard roll beyond
likely to result In the exclusion of all
ATTORNEY-A stock from these timbered reaervatlons. other machines cuts off the subsoil 131 and 13.1: least llnjr Street and A andNewnanalre.t,
-LAW. water and causes premature drought; JACKSONVILLE
General practice In State and Federal In fact, stirs the earth too slowly for '' '' FLA.
'

Courts., receive All prompt business attention.entrusted will THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD, this Why generation.'go over the field so many times! ? V4 IJI,II Ill [Illillll'N. ONE OFJHE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN TilE CITY.

General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, Or Our Saviour. In Art. Each time over changes the surface hgl n, O_., -__ k- ---------, .- _u ___ __

Miami. soil to the depth of six: or more inches !I We lienditinrt for all kind of Sued ant
MIAMI "Coat nearly (100,000 to prodnce. Cootalns i iI are | <'r* Kilting Potatoes and Cow Peas;
FLORIDA.
nearly 100 full-page engravings 'of and lets In more sunshine and air. guaranteed enllilin. Wo also carry a full lino of Hay, Urnln and F,,,'''. We.want
ANDREWS our Saviour and'Ills Mother) by tho Why not sow grins! seed the first your Ornngns and VefretnMca. Hive us a tl'llIlluHI you will be |IllcItld

JAMES world's greatest painters.True copies fall? An old field would not be properly MARX imOTIIKUS, Jacksonville, Flo..

ATTO RNE T.J-\. of the greatest Masterpieces In the art aerated In so short a time. KIT": We only Sell to Penlnrs.

Offices: TITUSVILLE: and FORT PIEUCK.: galleries of Europe. Every picture Is as "Why not commence In the spring? I I .. _.__ __ __ p_ __ __ __n ___
beautiful as the sunrise over the hilltops. The land Is too wet, weather cold and
-Office open at Ft. Pierce on fend and 4th Contains description of ,the paintings usually some crop can be saved by tsKtlaaL

t Fildays of each month. biography of the painters", the names July.Is ,L 111111 11111411tIIlI9nl''tt :'t flat.Spttiogs ?
v and locations of the, galleries ID Europe
Notary Publio State at Large. the grass coarse when large crops
where the be'seen. Also
originals'may
? No It Is exactly the re S f
contains a Child's Department Including' are grown ; ,a ; ,

CTEPUEN E. FOSTER, I a Child's Story of the Christ and Ills verse. 1
: Mother beautifully written, to fit each What height of grass Is required to NO .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, picture. This wonderful book matchless make one ton upon an acre? If a good BLUE-FLAME OIL STOVES.
la Its purity and beauty, appeuls to every stand. In other words If it is as thick COOK It you want to get rid of money
Rooms 420'And 42II: Gardner STOVES.
Building. mother's heart and In every Christian as It con stand, every six Inches In to ... l
*
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. home where there are children the book height will produce a ton. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Builders' Hard go some springs. ", u' > *t

sells Itself. Christian men and womenare Do ;you have any trouble with such Goods If you want to net rid of disease,
making money rapidly taking orders.A ware, Sporting Cutlery,
tSAwuEbT.quA.rCou" OOUDOH R. BKOOWB.CHAYLOIV& heavy lodging If a perfect
Christian man or woman can In this grass stay at home and take P. p. P..
; BROOME, '' stand no. It can only crinkle a little Tinware, Agricultural Implements,
community soon make :1,000( taking or- Llppman's Great Remedy for
ders for Christmas presents Mrs Waite at most. House Furnishings, Etc
'ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW. our agent: ID Massachusetts! has soldover Can fertilizers be compounded to Call or send for our prlres' Rheumatism and all forms of [Blood Poison-

Will practice In all the Courts of the :1,000: <> worth of the books In a very make grass stand stronger Yes; when :.18 East Day St., InJr, Dyspepsia, Catarrh and Malaria.
short time." !Mrs. Sackett our agent In the grass is weak more potash is re-
-
State. Office In Law Exchange.; New York! has sold over $1,600 worth. ot aulred. JACKSONVILLE------. F James Newton, Aberdeen, Ohio, ssys P. P. P.

JACKSONVILLE, % FLA. the books In a ,very short, time. The How late In the growth of the crop -- J dId Hot him more !good than three months treatment
at
Ark.
Springs,
book Is velvet-finished and Most Cora
printed on paper, fertilizers be used? They shouldbe The Largest
beautifully bound -Cardinal Had and can W. T. Tlmmon. ol Wsxnhstchle Tex.
,
says
TT W. CRAVEN Is six Inches elate Establishment South.MANUFACTURERS .
used before the
grass his rheumatism
gold, aud adorned with golden roses and wall so bail that he was confined
lillios. It Is; without doubt, the most high, but can be used with profit until to his bed for months. I'hyslclarn advised Hot I
> DENTIST. beautiful, book of this century. Write the grass Is one foot or even two feet GEO. S. HACKER & SON Springs, Ark., and Mineral Wella.Teue1at which

Castle Hall, 111 West Forsyth Street. for terms quickly and get the management / high., iI places he spent seven weeks In vain, with knees so
of that territory. You can workon Has the weather any effect upon the ( badly swollen that his tortures were beyond en..
JACKSONVILLE.FLORIDA.GEORGE : salary or commission and when you use of fertilizers? Yes; all fertilizers 1 durance. P. I'. P. made the cure and proved Itself -
prove your success we will promote you containing nitrogen should be used 'if as in thousands of other casesth.. best blood
to the position of Manager and Correspondent purifier 'In the world and superior to all Sarsa-
w.-ALLEN ,, at a permanent salary, to devote i possible just before a rain. i parlllaa and the so-called Rheumatic Springs.

your time to attending to agents The 9orscb.m Pastarsaw .--...... n. P. Dallantyne of Dallantyne A Md>Onoulth'.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and the corresp ndence. Wanted also a The Nebraska experiment station has f rvl Iron foundry Savannah, la., says that he has

KEY WEST. FLORIDA. State Manager to have charge of office In been making an investigation In regard suffered for years from Rheumatism, and could
leading city of the State and manage all get no relief from any source but P. I'. P., which
Will practice In the United States business of the State. Send for terms. to the Injurious effect of sorghum on cured him entirely. Me extols the properties ol
and State Courts.. fljuoOST Address stock, but the matter remains as much P. P. P. on every occasion.

TUB BBITISII-AMKRIC: Co., of a mystery; as ever. The results of P. P. P. I* sold by all druggists. 91 .
j Corcoran lild'g opposite U, S. the Investigation Indicate first that In
O. FRIES C. E. bottle six bottles
$
; .
J Treasury! Washington, D. C. sorghum there Is no inherent chemical ,

COUNTY .sURVEYOR.L poison and second that second growth

nd legally surveyed and sub-dlvidod. Little Brown Jug Water Filters $ .OO cane of Itself la no more Injurious than OF LIPPMAN BROTHERS, Pr.i.eor.,

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for and $3.00 Claude Walton, agent. first growth. The fact that so many; Doors Sash Blinds Llppman Block, SAVANNAH, OA.
all kinds of- engineering works.-_n_ Disputed fatalities occur proves that there la an

lines a specialty. element of danger In using sorghum Mcolding & Building }Material
MAINHARD BROS.< for and that considerablecare -

TrrosvzLLE' Brevard Co., FLORIDA. pasturage should be taken In feeding It. Cmc A: Warerooms. King, opposite [Why Poison Yorsciiwa-h;; in ?

and Stockmen generally are agreed thatto
$' BURNHAM, M. D. Cleaning Dyeing Cannon Street.Charleston Ill I. bad for your digestion as .T.rr iuTer from abllU and fever know
N. sorghum pasture even for a short I
cattle should not be tuned: on ] S. C.
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, Establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing hungry JOHNSON'S CHILL, &, FEVER TONIC

Ear Nose and Throat. cleaned, dyed repaired and pressed. time. : Sash Weights Cord and In a hundred times bettor and does In a.Inal I. day than whleh slow anti' -loge; ,. 1
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I Late W>trmlo.., Potato*, E lulu juliiln I .<> that they itu thvlrduty,"0,1"! plane the patient hynrul the danger point
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. From the 15th of June to the 15th of Hardware ln a nay, IlulCune t...."..,l.n.. tell dojri. It cures ......tlu.. cave ol fever
Marriage Paper.P.bu.hm July Is the time to plant. late water i tb.. (jululuo nxvo Ollr... oJ

-...If you are In search of bargains/ lII ThOllaan4. of ndTvrtlMirs 10 soon melon crop to get the benefit of the Glass
read the ADVOCATE columns carefully. it (from.Formal washMpatron.and f.nuimlj.. JnlnxluaIan liMwurcma I fall market according to the Georgia Window and Fancy It Costa COc. If It Cures; Not Ono Cent If It n0os Not.

free to Sample I sop? Jo Cultivator. Middle July Is the time to A SPECIALTY.
"HOW TO DO BUSINESS _,.:s., SOCIAL AMERICAN. ,T.t.do.Ohl. plant the crop of Irish potatoes for fall NOTHING,ELSE NEEDED IN FEVERS. IIJ j

O hear (n-w i I M...... PAFWPUEfoplewof I* harvesting, and there is no difference BO YEARS' I A. O. CIRARDEAU, SAVANNAH CA.
OB TUB < inilrrereatNa tfipnpn In the time'of planting a late and an EXPERIENCE _. .. ," ;;;;: .. ,
and lt.g.xtne..ent upou rcoetpt' nf Idn' tftr otmimit -- -- -- -
Secretor; Success in Retail Merchandising, Tolmlo Ailvj: Buresu. '4 St. ta.lr At. Tol .*""" early variety except that the latter __ .. 4 -
would mature If planted later. A second -
By GEO.N. MCLEAN.The .- JJIVJ:ItY.
PABLO BY THE SEA
crop of potatoes will do very well
Mont Comprehensive,Practical and Valuable -
Treatise on Kunlnmx. and How to Successfully FERRYSSEEDS ; on the same land as the first ,If the
Do it, ever publlnhed.. land Is la good condition and plenty; IIOr''iJli.tlon. :
A text book. of practical hint. rule and examples Turnouts of all descrlp- J H "U ''V. SADDLK ,
l of such rare value that everyone, no matter of potash or rotting vegetation Is used. T"AOII: Masse ,
Mw old and experienced cannot but ilerlre DtaonsCorYSIGHTC" .: BAGGAGE Transfer
absolute and positive value Irma Iw teaching*--
..
book and Proeagatlag nermaila Or. .l.e-
while to the young novice it l a band
U-Muure of ln My experience in planting Bermuda Anr Orand Including AirenU Wan d. Thousends of garde,. Is to let one band drop It la the ni.r a t. prohahlf Mtnt.hl Tree. <''immnniim.tion .
Agent outfit the S3: bonk on receipt rrsd.p.ndan Ferry'eNM..wry grass tnaClir yntll.niu.l. 11.adMnton P.t..tiu mow: Wm.WILKINSON,
et *1. Hook sells! to every storekeBp. la all middles between my; corn and cotton ant rr Ml'l. .it .irn<'r for matntrnttt.pU.n*.. SURREYS
liaee. I'Uecpaht..n renelpt of 11: AddressJEFVEISOI ysez n4 n.v.r .ufhrdlappohtmeoR and throw H.t.nM t-i*.a tafia** alum A 0;... padre.
; Cb.sp.nba$ and one hand to follow a f pant."*.<.*. wuhoot ah..r., U. the LAUDAtrs r-'r q Proprietor.
315 Dearborn itreet. JACKaONper,IIi i1,. bring lo..,not pying trope.It hoefal of dirt on each bench In wet I IVICTOIUAS.
pays to pry a huh. .re for Scientific JJm rican.A
Freer.Cese. ii,.genie,w paperrv.rywb.re. weather; In spring or summer just after ----- I'sblo Ileaeh, Ft*.
I::r As an advertising medium, no sad always worth It. laying by crops Is a good time. Seed nunilnomwfr Hl__'..i1 "-"'. jfnrsimH.tx.n .......,.M,,.. -- -
the Coast can beat the Always tk.BM*.HWCMMd Aaoiw frM. of anf MIM"IIS Jo"'j - -

paper and ADVOCATE.be on convinced: Give of na the a pink trial paper's advt., /. M, flllr a CS., ICTIIIT, MICe., early after. In then fall seed and down cultivate strain one barrow;year M 'Nrcf, v ii. $ 'iI'ewYorksnot The ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing. .

worth. len'-80uther Cultivator. "m_ ea. r sty".... :








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'I __._ .___. EAST COAST ADVOCATE. NOVEMBER 30, 1900.
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: !' EAST COAST ADVOCATE WHICH SHALL IT BE ?1
,I ..THE COOPER & McKEE REFRIGERATORS. This is to Merchants.
-
There is much being said pro and
j ."..aLY JOUBRAb DEVOTED TO TaE DBVBbOrMBHT -
to the wisdom of ''t'he' ''u'n wisdom ,A' Dealers Goods and
O' TBS IHDIAJf BIVBR, LANE con as ,d in Dry Notions.
The only first-class! ice + '
!
WOBTII AND UI80AYBB BAT IBOTIONS. of reorganizing the '6 mocratIe -

party. Some are in 'favor of a clients and refrigerators on .
PUBLISHED EVERY FIUDAf. "new democracy" composing all the tl We do a strictly wholesale business. Our prices are right as we study

Address all communications to elements or politicalisms; that are the market, with all the i,lii,?I, them. We fill orders the day they are received. We know what In-

I. EAST COAST ADVOCATE, ., antagonistic to the republican par 1pd
stock. Our
and
latent improvements. dian River Merchants need carry ;justsuch a travelingmen
i TITIISVILLB FLORIDA. ty and the old democratic party. II. ,
!1 .-_- -- --_ .- The older and more conservative visit the Indian! River territory every month. We are liberal In

i IT. 8. Department of Agriculture element of the democratic party are w our dealings. We quote prices and send samples. Try is when, in
CHARCOAL '
Sh EATIi.rd I 7 it
i': Weather liureau-Jupiter, Flu. in favor of cutting loose from 10 to l need of goods. We can and will please you.,

1, and government by injunction, INS LINKS.: ; '' I
; II Idllp I W '
H The following a comparative statement 4m'll
and coming back to the beaten ,

week of ending tompeiatura/ Tuesday and, Nov.rainfall 27, 1IXJ!for(>. the paths that our fathers trod. The GALVANIZED IHONSHELVES f a tr'' ,I+.p s wl :Benedict Pollak c& Co.
)
l I, -1fJ0-( -1St/H-( ) latter proposition seems to us the AND 'iU uMd *

I It DAT2.: MAX MIV. MAX. MIN. only one that should appeal to the I I II o FLA.
:21: 8H:! 73; 78 ((17 heads and hearts of true democrats.We INSIDE LINKING. ; "lu I ,. : JACKSONVILLE
23 82: (OS 70 70 u I I L1 -_ -.. _-_ '- _
23 80 74 "84 <11I1!!) can not be democrats!, populists!, DOUBLE DOORS ON
21 80 74 80! 08 silver republicans and socialists, atone II I pl PI I"' l
I.. 9111 N
i 23 80 07 81 73:1 and the same time. A mongrelwas 'Ol'' 'LOCK ON LOWER :. TIII SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
u
211 75 58 78 116 ,
I never in accordance with our
1
27 70 47 77 61
I taste, and the effort now being DOORS
Total rainfall for the week ..10DeplI.rtuI'e
from normal rainfall: for the made by Mr. Washburne. of Boston Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,
) week: minus ,00 Inches Departure to hybridize these political elements WRITE FOR CATALOGUE, AND PRICE LIST. !

': from normal rAInfall slnco January 1 I. and mould them into a new : *'*
minus 4.jIncbeR.!) We also -- -----
democratic should witha carry a compl'te'Line
party, meet
IlAt. P. IIAKDINObserver.. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....
,
vigorous protest from all true .
of the Celebrated Odorless
its ,democrats. Evidently the party Refrigerators.
ORANGES are now being shippedIn that has led-the people to victory Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida.! ? Telephone:Nu. :!62.J. .
large quantttiea from the Indian
River section, and returns! indicate for so many years has reached a Write us for prices on anything In ouf line.FURNITURE K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
pivotal point in its history. The

that fine prices will prevail. throughout .;.. .. __ _, u ___ _____ d_ _________ ____ _________ _
; I the season :B. F_ cJ:421.. .


WHEN idleness Is increased, crimeis quilt from or shall we cut ourselves loose CARPETS, MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS, MeMurray & Baker

increased. To decrease crimewe everything undemocratic and ,

should provide work for all and refuse to keep company with mixed J'ao1E..son.F1a.: : .

y '' and alien blood? That question will --______ ___-______ ___u ___ __ __ ____ __ __ ___u__ _
,' educate all. These remedies are direct 220 anti 222 East Uay St. Mohawk Block. Jacksonville, Fla.Headquarters .
have to he answered in the future
near
.
practical and within our ESTABLISHED 18//)
and upon its correct answer --- for- ,
: means.
( hinges the fate of the democratic

STICK to the principles of lower party. It may be that, / our Intel- M. Lane & Son Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

f taxes and strict economy. Thomas lects are warped or that we lack t ,

Jefferson said he could see no rea. the mental acumen to fully comprehend and Sundries

son why public business should not the real-significance of our

be transacted.on the same principles present situation, but it does appear 282 WASHING'rONS'ntEET, NEW YORK. "KELLY"I SOLID. RUBBER TIRES put. pn you. wheelsat

DS private business. to us as if we have reached a
crisis In our history and that one Southern Fruit and Produce short notice.HARDWARE.. .

YESTERDAY all eyes were. turnedon fatal step may lead to disintegration ____________u___ __ ______ __ __ __u ___ u_ ___ __ ___._______
Turkey but not with that hard -a dissolution of one of the

cold look usually bestowed grandest political parties "
upon ever. organized Commission erchaD..ts.:
the subjects of the Sultan. Turkey in any country at any time. .

in Europe and Turkey ia Asia dif The democracy'of lUll and Olney SPECIALTIES\: : ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils, Cards and our quotations

fer widely from Turkey in the United I. and Whitney Is good enough for fmnUhed pn application.

States. us, and it Is vet to be proven that __ ___ __ __ __ __ !_ Doors Sash and Blinds Paints Oils
t u __ ________ _____ _________ ,
,
-- we have not enough of the old ,. .
THANKSGIVING was generally observed guard l left to lead us to victory s'l' AUGUSTINE. -'\.

throughout the country yes- when the bugle/ sounds. Let us refuse Glass and Ammunition.
day. We have Indeed been blessed Cutlery ...
to allllate( with anyone In apolitical Hotel St.
George St. Augustine, Fla. \
nation nnd he who falls
as a to WilY who is note pure, un. ,
recognize the Providential Hand in tnlxfd, unadulterated democrat :I3<>FVX: > ::J3<>"U !:i.

the guidance of our nation must be and accept the leadership only of F. S. TYr.EH'Proprietor. II. S. GREEN, Manager.
(7..dD 122 West \ '
Bay Sheet
; JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
dull indeed. those who,have always been democrats ; Corner of the Plaza and St. tjeorjfe; Street. In the -

of the old school Wade very center or the city. Stiiclly Hist-cUss In every

\VK are glad l to note that the Hampton of South Carolina, for ? : respect. Open on or about Doc. 15tb.: Hates:, $2.00: HAMMOND
otss PACKING
grounds around school house CO.Fol'DlAI'ly
our
Instance, has! been retired from active $2.30 and $J.00 per day. Special weekly rates. .
I have been cleaned upof late. Trash politics by Tillman and followers ( The G. H. Hammond Co.)
and old papers should not be allowed but who has OUR
the
today temer- SPECIALTIES :
to blow all over our streets, when ity to say that the grand oldwarhorse and 1 looking( after the various interests I Dry Goods by Mull.

there are plenty of barrels and of the Palmetto state is not connected with the businessAs "Com Special" hams and breakfast bacon
boxes to rubbish into. On our :3rd will be found the ad. "Coin';
place an infinitely better type of pure for our merchants It can be I page Special" canned meats. '
of
democracy than that truthfully said, that they are kep t an up-to-date Jacksonville dry goods; "Calumet" hams and breakfast
Ullmol' FOWMCK the semi-populist, store. It Is the store of Cohen Bros., bacon.
!
says newspaper Ben Tillman. We! have more respect constantly employed from early loonted In the big Gut'doer building. "Calumet" leaf lard.
is a business enterprise as much morning until late This will mall tn millions
for a coal black/ negro/ than a ; at night., They; stoie your free
as any other, and papers are printed mulatto and have are a wide-a-wake, energetic aggregation of charge, any sample yon may desire; Homemade pure lard..Peerless"'compound.
to sell. A business conducted we certainly and will prepay the vxpiessage, when "-
and fir" seldom heard lard
more for blooded complaining sausagesand
regard a pure cash accompanies the order to any part
chletly and primarily for the purpose democrat than for one who is so of dull days. Some of our of the State on any KIU'>IM| purchased of all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

of making money, and a' man (mixed with alien parties to make merchants are known throughoutthe I them to the amount $.1 or-over (excep -------- -- .
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has as good a right to make domestics They -- -- .
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a newspaper him doubtful of his true relationship State as men of extraordinary ) giiaiiinreapiompt \
to make as* he has to attention'and will refund the' money on
business
money capacities and the word
sell to Jefferson. From such a all unsatisfactory purchases Write to WILLIAM .CLARKE.SANITrinuY
groceries, dry goods shoes or fl&ilis unknown in their BER.t .
hybrid may the good Lord deliverus vocabulary. Cohen ISios., In Jacksonville for sam ....
Ic clothing. I If he makes money by Yes we' have a One town, and if we ples of anything you wish In diy goods. '
the process he is under some obligation had sulllcient would hall! Fine Gas
space we lxtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter Sheet
i iI Hoofing,
( to use the money and power names and tell all Worth More
about the Than Gold.
I for good purposes. AS A BUSINESS CENTER.We Indian River State you Bank institution Iron Work, Pumps and Drain PJpe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets -
-tin
"Your Tetterlne Is worth more than Its and Wash
as solid aa the rock of Gib- weight In gold to me, having;cored me of Stands. Copper vessels] of all kinds and
GALA WEEK In Jacksonville was venture to say that for its raltar-but we are prevented from Tetter In my toes of seven years standIng. descriptions re.1 nnell.

j an unqualified success, although population there is no town in the doing so now, and will have' to defer I That was four years ago and I hve
more people from Itrnvard had no return of the disease." Jno. T.
State
county out-runking Titusville in its
{ would have attended had it not manufacturing and mercantile In- some other things; until a latter Towlos Crawfordville, Flu. Tetterlne 37 Forsyth St., Jacksonville/florida.
for the
day, want of space. cures all skin diseases. COo a box at nil
been court week, .and so near the terests. The fiber factory here lethe druggists, or by mail postpaid front J. T,
end of the month. From accountsto largest and the most successful bhuplrlne, Savannah. Ga.

hand at the ADVOCATE ofllce this by far, than any other similar institution Drlvf Mention. ... I

year's, festival was most completeand in the State. The com Oats sown In July or A i gust! Tould: Thc ADVOCATE l Is now on tile at.al .PLUMBING.

thorough in nearly every respect pany makes a very superior tannic head before winter. Hje would likely the best hotels In New York city.

; and those who were present, acid; and orders are coming in so do the same. They would also be liable

speak in high terms of the glorious fast that the demand cannot even to Injury from Hessian fly. Sep. Where to stop along; the East Coast

time they had in Jacksonville. This be met by running day and night.A sow tember unless is about you wish as early to graze as you them can, See list of hotels on 7th page. Steam, Gas and Hot Water Fittings, Tin Sheet Iron

annual event is giving the promoters large force of men are kept con- crlber
remarks a Cegrgla exchange, rBub your attention Is drawnto '
so much experience, that it stantly employed, and the money The busy season usually closes neglect the name-and-date slip pasted upon and Copper Smithing. j

will not be many years before Jack- paid out to these men is expendedat of the ditches and ditch banks. your paper or wrapper. If you are in Estimates
I
sonville's Gala Week will rank with the various stores!, to the great These should DOW be given prompt arrears please remit. furnished on application to any_ .cart_u of__Flnrtda.IIOOFiI __ '__..
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the Mardi Gras festivities L u a''I".rnn': aHnn.._..ll..n. '
of New help 01 our mercuaniB. iiie uiu- -anr--- --n----- _. n.to n'o". _''..' Ale.hcarries .. .. -- -
Orleans, or the Carnival of Venice. Farland Fruit Protection company BO much wore water and dries GRAFTED.Orange : : : : rI3. d3 ,XQ.aTaOCY: : ,

Anyway, the ADVOCATE hopes to is also doing a large business in the out the adjacent soil so much better. 13; to 28 South Main sheet

see it compare favorably with the way of providing tents for orange CIt"IUyour ditches In August and It JACKSONVILLE, _
will _
latter save you money and Improve your FLORIDA.
events at no distant date. groves, and their disbursments to bottom
land advises The Southern Trees.r.oo
employees amounts to several hundred Cultivator. .
'(THERE are few vocations in life dollars week. This "
per factory Sown with =
equal care, rescue grass WATCHES
CLOCKS
that afford so little time for recrea- is! also rushed with orders and a will give a better winter pasture than ,

tion as that of an editor," said C. night and day force is nece8sary.tomeet will either oats or rye and for bayIt each, Tangerine, Grapefruit Pineapple t''
N. Van Rosen president of the Missouri !- the demands made upon them. Is equal to a good: stand of oats, -
\ Press Association. "The do'c- The ice factory is also a paying institution according to the Mississippi station.In Ilomasassa, Buby, Parson Drown, 1 ; y: ..Jewelry, Diamonds,

tor takes his fishing trips, the law- always running on full south Louisiana mater Is chiefly St. Michael, Majorca and Mandarin, on
Souvenir
yer has more spare time than he time, and of course employs quite a obtained by pumping: from streams 5 i and 6 year old sour stock 4 to 6, and 3to Wedding Rings and Presents,
has clients the teacher has Into canals made by the simple \Valtham Watches, etc.
his summer number of( men. Our newest Insti- 7 feet, branched.
tion of parallel 1 levees, but In the erec-I
vacation!, legal holidays, winter tution is a barrel factory, and the I, The and best trees In Florida.
"PAr A_ e rpllt nutntuki. Yki.1lnaiw. .. largest; ; HUE WATCH
g---- ------ -- ---" --- and JEWELRY REPAIRINGA
vacation and every Saturday in the gentlemen who control it inform ua wells have been made, which have _

year the minister has but one day that it requires all their time to furnished by pumping sufficient waterto O. W. Conner, Watch SPECIALTY.

in the week0 work-so some people keep up with their numerous orders. Irrigate rlceflelds of about 250 acre. OCKLAWAHA, FLORIDA.IDOIIST'T i Inspector tor Plant system and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern K'y.

allege-and his summer vacation besides Their business is increasing all the Spectacles and EyeKUti,. Charges paid one _*_ay._ R. J. K1LES,

; the business man must take time, hence, their factory is evidently ''-.u:ev: "sv n1.. JACKSONVILLE' FLA.

trips to purchase goods, which in a a fixture in Titusville. This --- -. _. .,
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measure furnishes recreation and a article would be incomplete if we :=: :J _:C T: : ::SJS::: : =

change of scenery, but the newspa- should fail to mention the Dixon; Watches AND
man must labor In Unless you want to save money.
per day and dayut Saw Palmetto Medicine company Jewelry.

week In and week out, month under the special control of our esteemed DRY GOODS NOTIONS SHOES MILLINERY
FURNITURE MATTIXG3,
Jh and month out, year in and year fellow townsman, Dr. J. M. The old established Watch and Jewelry business
rut, from the time be begins hisewspaper Dixon.; From the berries of the TRUNKS, TOTS, XMAS NOVELTIES Etc. Prices are right. ALIGATOrf. has removed from THE GOLDEN

career until he ia forced saw palmetto the extractsa the old stand, 5 West Bay street
company Our stock I. new, well selected and SUITABLE. WE CAN WE WILL to 417 West Bay street, on the
rut of business by his delinquent fluid that is unexcelled as a tonic please you. same aide of the street, In the

ubscribers, or in called to a higher and healthful nerve restorer. Dr. TRY US. :Mall orders receive prompt and careful attention. !'raveler'.Motel block. Established in 1873. Address, -.

and better world, where clothing4nd Dixon is all the time .I -'
kept busy dC
pre 7IS: :i.:
provisions are needed not." paring his extract for shipment John R. Walker & Co. Titusville, Fla. W WEST BAY STREET, sorE. ::. .?:23ENS.::: .

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Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG,, Eden. The H-0 Co.'s Feeds THE SOUTHERN FRUIT CO.


Mr. and Mrs. Ueo. A. Sneger were visIting -
EYE
SPECIALIST. Eden friends, on Sunday
10 Situ 13: Bridge street\ JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
W. F. Richards made a business visit Are exclusive ration of grain scientifically blended to accompli! certain end. .

to White City, last Wednesday. 1 The H-O Co.'s Poultry Feed to Insure a greater yields of eggs anda Wholesale] Fruit" and lrodncecrchants..

Tbe carpenters and plumbers are busy shorter moulting season.
making Improvements at the Netherby.: Wo pay cash for nil fruit and vogi'tabli1, or receive on cow mission,
The H-O Co.'s Horse Feed to Insure the maximum of strength

Mrs. Douglas Austin drove over from and condition to your horse. gUlntf shipporthe benefit the matket

Eden White friends.City last Monday, and called on The H-O Co.'s Scratching Feed for Poultry to produce profitable MtoMPT itirruitMH. oitmnts: FILLtsl> at LOWT.ST: ricicns.Vo .

want--
results .
s } Mrs. C. A. Robinson left, on Monday, The H-O Co.'s Dairy Feed will greatly increase the How of milk, and makeIt l'O I.1')1t.un: riXK.UTI.KH, BANANAS, ('O('0.\ X l'T$, LEMONS: ,

for Jacksonville.E.a visit of. a week to her daughter, m richer in butter fats; at the lame time keeping up the live weight of tho cow ORANtJKS, JUAVAS, APPLKH: POTATOKS: ONIONS: :i CF.I.KUY: : ,

l'OU'l'ItNn EOGS. Address" ,
A. Ireland W. F. Richards and that the trial of a sample lot of the H-O Co.'s Feed will
We correct all cases of simple und Henry Whipple left, on Monday, for Tltusvllle 'fie Guarantee t substantiate the above claims, or vte will cheerfully refund THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY,

compound refraction of the eyes, relieving to attend court. your money.
10 I1I1.ll 13 Bridge Sticct, JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
all nerve and eye strain, headaches, Mrs. John Miller received the distressIng Ask your feed dealer for It. If bo does not keep It we will supply you direct : I

and often sick stomach. A scientific news of the death of her mother, last CHURCH '"
ANDERSON & CO.
examination made before fitting glasites. week, at Menominee, Mich,

We carry the largest optical stock in the Rev L. J. Sawyer preached a rousing WEST ADAMS STREETJACKSONVILLE, FI.A ATLANTIC CITY.

State. We also do the largest optical Thanksgiving, sermon, last Sunday, at -- -- -

business. Repair work by mail promptly the Congregational Chapel.

attended to. Address morning Clarence, for Whlpple a long: visit left to last his Tuesday grand- The New Seaside Resort of the South t 16 Miles from Jacksonville. .

Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG Specialist. parents at Qultmau, Georgia.

Clarke's Pharmacy, Miss Frances B. Arnold went to Jacksonville

55 W Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. Tuesday, to meet Mr. II.V.. Property of the Florida East Coast Railway
D Hsev. who has been In -Nashville nearly ATte5idvc5odDiT ,
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four monthsaD.i; Mrs.: NArl1ohi'ihemother
; Tlio most 1'o'MltIr'Mort| In the South.
West Palm Beach. of Mrs. K. A. Ireland, of this popular

place.J. Lola fronting the ocean and hmlh''ur41.lOW\

n. LeTournenu and family droveto offered for mile. Special' trlcea for next JIO (!U>'H.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grant, on Foit I'lerce, on Saturday, to be pres-

Saturday, Nov. 24th, a boy. ent at the Xmas opening at P. P. Coob'n. riORIM SWPWDRKS JACK30NVlUf.riA Oo-o.xtlci3n.ca.:: iB-uLOlsaaaLCira.::: : ..A.gt.J .

Many of our townspeople are enjoyinga There was such a crowd at the store, and
.>: Hogan street JACKSONVILLK: :, FLA.
such ,
visit to Jacksonville during Gala Week. a bewildering: display of holiday
goods that they I Imagined they had struck Melbourne.. Georgiana. .-
Born to Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Potter, n. New 1: ol.k.
bouncing boy. lie has been named Rich Cocoa. TO THE VOTERS OF BRE-
ard. Pineapples continue Logo 10'market in
large: quantities,}everal'car loads passing OOODB & OODF.-R: Kntate: and Loan' Mr*. Wet hey Is still quite nick, but Is VARD COUNTY.
The 1lIssesVoodward., of studio fame,, hero last week and! A(font for ,1 tna. .nnilon. a..1.IV4"I".1 ant tome better.
returned from a months visit to "Ye An- through one day Ulolie, rrnvlclonce' WiuililnKton Sun situ Ira Rev. Mlckler conducted hiM imnnt ear
clente Citye" at nearly every station between here and cilia Fire IiiHiiranoe. Hpeclal' Attention Palo Mr. ,and Mrs. J. W. Biiiurr'nnd daughter ; vices hero liuit Sabbath morning nndvvenlng. Tll.l,MAN, Nov 8M, 1IK..
.Fort Pierce the train had to stop to take to the Interest of nun reHlilontn.IIOTKf. Miss Maude, went south 'an far us Permit nun to I thank you tor your !tl'n'I I
Eugene; IT. Dimick and family are per on more. The prices are not as high: as ---- Lotus, Friday t'vu\ lilt support at I lie recent primaries. I:
manent residents of West Palm Bench we wish they were, but little helps. R.F.Tnn"on: "nn the year roe nil. r... St. Maik's Inlld will their an- tie, honor have
every open highly uppineliito, you
light l'aI Spat to Hpniiil wlntvr minimcr. l.vcHtiMl Mr. and Mis.. E. V. (Hall and ,
We extend to them a hearty welcome. The Social Tea Club on hitch/ Iii,.IT overlooking< tliti. Indian laughter'/ aunt biuaar on Doo. l.Mli, In the' libraryof thus i-ouleired, and 1 mull/.o tho iunumHlbllity -
Miss Nellio
pleasantly
was
out
I very wore driving, :Saturday,
Wm. Frayner and L. A. Wilson have entertained, last Wednesday! by Ulver. Tonim moilurate.t'UAMt KoimnTHoN" Proprietor.Subxoilptions and wont a* far as Lotus. the Avll.tli.Thanksgiving, now vuNtlntt upon 111"11 1 sot
purchased to" hundred feet on the lake Mrs. R. R. Ricou, of Jensen. There was was olmoivnd, by Minn. my duly, It I III my honvHt purpose' to perform
shore, on the east side, and will erect n very good attendance of ladies from r for the ADVOCATK!:, J. W. Brunor, who thoroughly! unditr- Cuter nml her school. The day wa agenvial It. I oiavo your h.-l|>-your C4 -opuratlon -

dwellings for their families at an early Eden and Jensen, and an especially good the pink paper of the East Coast, will bo stands. the business, butrliiMfd a tine /; holiday.Mr. -that I the fnIU<*t inuaaure of
beef for A. V. Mlscock, Tuesday after good loan lte may 1m 1 nbtalned. It U yourright
time was enjoyed. The next meeting received at the Melbourne Postofllce.
day.Mr. : noon. Most of the moat was shipped Lyman, who line been qultn 111, I 1MfN.1I111 to demand of your. public servants
will be held .
at Mrs.
and Uenry Whlpple's.We
Mrs. Fiske
Worthington, arrived I away. ( improved, mid Ie I made coin(nit. r\thrlll..tlll\ honest.. HeivleiiIn
Saturday, from Long Island. Their had expected to send quite a delegation Mrs Hull Is now at her Melbourne able by kliul filundii.Sir older t that 1 may carve you luwt, IkI
home. \\\Irll. )) .11 Mnnsnn left
winter home is on the east shore of Lake Wednesday
to Jacksonville for Gala Wook I 1M that know tome of tluvillllloiillleH
Worth, and they are classed the of last' week, for Pldcock, Uoorgln, to ; *. Win. Stlllng lots" boon 111 tho noeoHHary you
among but when tbe rates were found to be J. H. Phillips and Frank Fee went to under whirl) I must labor at
permanent residents here. visit her sister, Mrs. Maggie Hall, who !greater! pint of tliu snmmnr, but In vet y
10.20 from this place, nearly all decidedto Jacksonville, Tuesday the Oil tlt"t,
The first anniversary of the Free Reading stay home The extra five dollars, will experts to. move soon to n place' near munch improved her health. Them has l been, In flue peat, lnrO. ( iini*

room was observed by ,a luncheon,, get many Christmas presents. Most of Col. D. L. Gaulden last of Titusville, visited Washington Hall now; lives, Uii.Mis., near Munsoii whom Mr.will Padge. Mln* Wliltriinch (>f TVcuniHfli,, Mlnli\ of "iiioniv' reprudrd In the till. dUtrlct to

given; by the president, ?tll' N. S. Burn- us would willingly pay live dollars to goon our town week. I homo In about tlnuu week return and Mi iii. llntilo L. Wllllt".1 t F.:toil hap 'little! pin'pone. I ilftni II. no lass my duty
ham to the Executive Committee, at her an excursion, but ton dollars apiece.In Mrs. John Minor WHS the guest' of Mrs.. i 1.111. occupy' the Powell (."tIIIJltlll1>( Nus sit 1 than pilvlleuo to |prrseut for your eon-

residence, "Saltalr," Monday afternoon.Wit a good sized family, represents too John Qoodo a few days ago. Sunday afternoon fmircoUnod men and Cocoa, fur t hu HUIIMOII.' Hldtiiiiilon\ I tlm niutler, of roveiuio neoenary -

and repartee with the flow of good; much hard! cash, and we have conclude a boy were out sailing, and the heavy Will hat been Vhtlt. "I to maintain Rood road and build
Born to Mr.\ and Mm. John Ferguson Mrs. JeMhle Kl'>
old Ceylon tea, and dainties filled Ina that we did not want to go. wind capsized I ho bunt Foitunntol; ofRucklydge the neoeHmiiy! hildaen.. In view of ourdeploted
N. (Hatch
Ueo.
on the 2 the 11I1II"ewi
pleasant hour. they oliinit to ''ho boat and were In the In !treasury, present
end wliitMt home I I" Quliicy,
and last water more than. hour before I not, bo Kiillklent to maintain K odtlioronitlifaiun ,
Mrs. E. P. Branch spent an Non
of Md. writes
J. Odgeis: Frostburg, :: \bun the of Miss Claia
has
FI. n guest
Mrs. S. D. Paine arrived last
Thursday mind the d"l
"[ bad a bird attack of kidney com- Monday at their Malabar place Fool man board their culls for help, andwont ? .. ; kunpliitf In -
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evening; much improved in health from very Sanders for u week. and bettor and
to their lollt-f and took them home maud for now road ono,
and tried Cure
her summer in void England." Hev, S. plaint immediate Kidney Hotel Carleton is being; put In good Tlie Avllali I III the incipient or..a box of. at tho name time tunable tie to build<
(D. Paine preceded Mrs. Paine by two which !gave! me cured after taking relief two, and bot I Older, ready for its chime of winter} vistors. !Mr\ Cannntfa, wife and two charmingdaughters ) book, for It* Hholvi's, from friends In brldgoe.'I .

weeks or more, and with the assistanceof was tles."perfectly Take substitute. B. R. Wilson arrived at their winter home, Slamfoid, Conn.) Till iii I Home of Mr. 'I+u old l bridge nt Melbourne,at Cranecreak

many of/biiMpaiishloners. the parsonagejwas Jc :Son. no L. C Moore, of !Roselnnd, came up In :Sat: 'Urdav, nft..r spending npluiiHiint summer J. U. Powoir !good work. ROIl Ur..1 O. U vary unufp, mid demand I new
renovated and made most com his launch, List Tuesday, to cull on Dr. In New Jersey Their many filend Muolleld biought thom down when he one- right nwnv, expenditure will
fortable. Rev. and Mrs.\ Paine can count Lymnn. gladly welcome I them back again to their) came.Tlio. take all the available money for tho cur-
their friends", by the score. Fort Pierce. Florida, homo. III r. (Joi man oiiino' with lentynnr. 'I'hpre me two more bridges!!
T>r. C. II. Stewart has had some needed Mr. Cannalta, allIIK looking around, to St. Maik's Sunday school and the to bo built-nhoiild loft built at once,
The 25th of this month marked the madeon his down-town 11[. E. Hiin.liiy Bohool willjdnhtat I Clirlnr.ma .
repairs one \of>> a home for himself. namely' : Turkey Creek and Mebantlan ,
first year of tbe opening; of the Fiee Reader, are you a subscriber to the buddings.Mrs. tine lit I the now town hall whole all River, (How are we to provide for tlioinf "
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Reading Room. Tbe Executive Committee ? the children of the t.IIWII1111 be roinemb lawtill'we '
Is very grateful; to the public, and to pink paper Anna Crinkling and Mr*. Wm. .L W. Bryan of Lewder, III*., writes: l'ml by S.mtn. Claim.. Ml IK" Carter will t4C1IO. t\t\ng\ \ must bo done ii.ldltlonal noon. tax The and
friends from abroad, for asHistioft themin The Masonic building Is rapidly: niar- Walker paid a visit last week to rell'tlvellat "My little boy wiis very low with pnoumouia. drill tho olilMren in tholr nui lo for thl \ n* to levy an I III\ with
It
Ing completion. Tillman.Itev. Unknown to the doctor In my J.IfIII't, Iteruesnry
bringing; it to the successful positionit we I gave: occanlon.
of II tnlllw for two or
InuriiiiMO vo yours
now holds. The Reading Room has D. L. Alderman spent a couple of daysin Stuart Martin held divine Her- him Foloy's Honey and Tar. The result ------.---..- such an a mutter, Mimbould bo able to aociitnpllNh -
really become one of the most Attractive wa rmiglcaland puz/.lod the doctor, ilK I It
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Tltusvllle this week. last In church
needed
vied Sunday Holy Trinity cold (hilt much Improvement.
After or whun you foul a i
Immediately tho exposure
features In and about West Palm Beach. stopped racking cough
Mrs. C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, was both morning and evening.: and I be quickly locoveied." 11. R, Wilson coming, on lake Foloy' llonuv and Tar The dmiiiind n"uini" Imperative,
The delegates; to the Christian Endeavor In town on !Saturday, visiting friends.A ; Miss[ Alice Nicholson left bore a few Convention to the number of If taken In befoiii we can niiuomplUli thin
ooiiHimtptlon
days ago to spend tome time with Mrs.L. ------- pneumonia or
thirty or mOle, are I being; hospitably en- number of our residents went to 1>. Inckwoorl, at Palm lieach. Hint U. II. Wilson A Son. without this Inoreated revenue .
tertaided by the diffeient families here, Jacksonville, Monday, to enjoy the festivities. Bovine.We ------- Tho coiment of t.. o-llilrdn of the free-
the Palms havlue a goodly: share. The o f Capt. West Is doing his share to Improve 11t1..rlllnllIr/ dUlrlol will bo noe..**'nrybiforo

meetings are pn.rtlciil.uly Interesting and Archdeacon Brown held! Episcopal sere our town by making'' West's Point LaGrange.Shipping WII can levy this tux. A petition
are well attended. The Sunday, evening vices on Monday evening at the Baptist one of the most beautiful and attiactive are having delightful I weather now tu this elf,."t will bo pre* nt..d to you,

service tested the capacity of the churchto church.Mr. spots in town. John !flmmona, of Savago, I III In tow and I Intel It will W"l; your! I hearty

Its utmost, many being unable to get I.ast'fnesday, the following: delegates;: shaking hands with foinior ft'lend*. orange, l III all thus rage now. approval and. your .l,(ni\turn,
inside the doors. Tubbs and family returned, Saturday I.t'ctflllly,
night, from a few months' holidays who went to Palm Beach to attend the Wo are sorry to note I the severe Illnessof Audiuw Already the foundation for the new In the north. C. E. coi ventlon returned home: Mrs. our honored friend, B. J. Stewart.: makosyiup., Fourth PUlrlct
Dade County State Bank building Is assuming G. S.:: Snedeker, tbe Misses! Hnttlo Lyman ..
proportions, and before many Quite a number down-river residents and Emma Tup per.RECOMMKXDS. Miss Martin has Rout I In hor order for n (lea;, Oardnor U parking E. f.. Ilrndy'soruugus _, "h.uov.Atr- --- fall to I I1'leIlK"

weeks will be ready for occupancy. The were in town on :Saturday, selecting -- -- -- /lino blc.vcle-Ihe Kennohvo Special( -t this winter. wrltn lie you

upper floor, which Is to be fitted up for goods for Christmas.W. 1TTO TRAINMEX.G. !' : tho Mead Cycle Co., of Chicago./ Uncle Tom Jolirmoii I III attending court receive thn. Al>ViOATK. __. _._._ i

offices, are all rented In advance; one II. Hauls and family have arrived' II. Hausan Lima 0., engineer L. K.it John Simmons, Eugene Stewart and In 1'ltiuvllle, Ihl* wuek.Look CIIII 1 1 for lll suite to be occupied by W. It. !Moses, the here from Titusville. Mr. Harris is W. R'y write: "I have been troubleda Craig Uu\\>klnll called on \Ruin Stewai't'
successful real estate man, and another working for coutiactor Davis. great l deal with backache. I wa Induced family, at their buautlfu! orange grove out gilt, Jerome has bought anew tie! Chairmanof .
be roeolvod
blank home.Mr Hid will\ by
suite is taken by the now attorneys, to Foley's. Kidney Cure and borne at nnd bunny to dilvo to hi*
Saunders accompanied Mesdames try Brantley, on Sunday.' welo the (Hoaid nf, County Comml* lonom
Chillingsworth & Currie. Mrs. one bottle entirely relieved me. I gbdly well enteitnlnoil. *. R. C. Hcilmguoiir and Son A. C.Hctlnigeonr the nut Tuesday In I>eccmbor -
and A. Weaver went to until tmori on
A. Jennings ,
recommend It to one especially ... fllol"lll hero,
any my wero calling on road work :
to attend the suddoned the fur the fullu..IDIC
Palm Beach on I Saturday, Monday: wo were by ,
To-day take Foley's Honey and Tar. It Christian Endeavor convention.WOUAX'S friend among: the afflicted.train men" ,II.who It. Wilson sro news of the Miiddon death, of .M. M I. Bran, one II.,. till week. Jo'lrRtCo".1\ from tlio C11111.\ 1 Creek to :
other usually similaily -
positively prevents pneumonia, or nell, who lived noar Melbourne. Ho wa T. A. Johnson. SIl'S that Mince' the, cool Five hammock* road:
serious results from colds. It may be too & Sou.:\ quire!, young, and leave A wlfo and child, weather nrrlveil ho line had mars order 11. tmrhlntf mind throwlnir up 1\ bank:
late to-morrow. B. R. Wilson & Son. IUGHTS.-Woman' first head of creek slung the present trail
who have our sympathy. for wood, thin he can (ill.Mr from
Inalienable light/ is freedom from headache Grant. I "rltltanre! of INN) yard Dltcho on both
nervousness and cqnstlpatlon\ thatso *. .1. W. Konter h.11I boon quite III cities of enbankment, not l lies than toil
Ankona.Many often make her life mlseiable. The Mr*. T. Briddleman: of 1'arshallvllle, for some dole, but under the skillful, IIt'( ) feet apart 1 ; .avorntfore\ of ditches
chief cause of these troubles Is stomach J. Brown took h.iturrlay evening'strain ,!: Mich., was troubled, with salt rheum for i minting <,f :Mr*. Kronley, I III on the road ;a feet at top, :'J toot at bottom, I It fret

a fatted /gobler was slain on disorder. Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeptlclde,, for Eden" returning here /Sunday. thirteen years and had tried a number uf toiocovoiy, "fie"l All miitcrlal to bo 1 put In the
Is the new and perfect cure for these ills doctors without relief. After two or throe maklntf a bwl 7
the rest of enhankmenr
,
how grateful made from northern middle
Thursday to prove Invitations have been out this, week band Inqulrlx) 'are being
Halve her
of Banner
and health. B. R. Wilson &: Son. application here In f aSh wldo\ leveled and made about two
of for life for boarding place
us are for a dance to be given on Thanksgiving became hotter and In a short time slue Mate DltcbM to
In tho middle\ i
for thl winter. .Vo Inches higher
: the old pioneer town,
Tuesday mornIng night. cured. B. R. Wllaon A Son
W. L. Frantz departed was entirely like old LuOrange. be cut straight a.IID regular *hape.Dltcldnif .
place
:, for St. Augustine/: where he expectsa Jupiter.Archdeacon Mrs. C. F. Latham went to Jackson : I In two other place*-one I

very painful interview with the dentist. ville, !Monday, to attend the gala week A new family have purchased the old n,,ar Norwood' 1,1111about/ 81$) feet

number of our people attendedthe festl vilies. Vero.8am Cowanl. place at Salt Lake, by the name lung; the other nearer the Five Hammock -
Quite a B. F. Brown held services Welcome friend always
of I Iliokeiibotion., Ditches on
entertainment at Fort Pierce, and report Olson arrived *, about 150 feet looK.
and
Matthew church last Friday. even- Messrs. Johnson \
of at St. room for more hustling farmer bulb AI':811! of eiibankinent :J feet while at
a fine time, and a goodly sum here Monday evening, and are uow fishing .
Holmes left Sunday for .
parts i
-- feet deep.
bottom U
M I foot at i
money taken 1n for the benefit of the Ing.A for Messrs. Brown and !Stewart. lop,
takenup farther north. Indian
flue the
E. church. new arrival-a boy-has Ho Fooled the .Surgeon Second.! Hpcclllcallon for '
quarters at the home of Mr. and Mrs.E. Messrs. Jones and Cha and Chris. C. D. Reed and J. C. Whitney are planting Field, road:
Dan McCarty returned, last week, from T. Knight Mother and children are Christensen and Adolph Ilerwon made a out All doctor told Renlck Hnlllton, of Int. At the bnyitall Just went. of the .
a trip to Iowa and Illinois, where be visited doing nicely.A. business trip to Melbourne on Tuesday. peppers. We.t JelTerson, <)., after suffering' 1H 1 point where the Kan": Oaille. road[ Inrnn
his brother, Charles, a student at Mrs. F. C. Prange and "son, Carl, visited months from rectal lUtula, he would die from New Haven avenue, n bridge 0\ feet
Rush Medical College, in Chicago; and J. Mitchell, of the Jacksonville Miss Caroline Cain, who has been In town, recently. unless a costly operation w... performed; ACrUK.S the approach on both *lda to
old friends and schoolmates at his birth Weather Bureau's olllce, spent Sunday pending the put three weeks with Mrs.K but he cured himself with [live boxes of'i' bn ralml by oulllnir ditches on both
and departed /Sunday: returned to her home In Jamaica Sorrel Is getting ripe In large
with friend here, T. Smith:: Uucklon's Arnica Salve the surest pile and
place, In Vinton, Iowa. Bnreau'- and I I Is much liked l by our '''')- tides, a feet at top. :-J feet at bottom
quantities, \lOlIt\
Miami tolnnpectthe '
for Roseland Saturday. ..
night, cure on earth' and the ) Mitlve In the feet deep. All the dirt tu be thrown
Mrs. Nesbitt, of Eau Gallle,law was the new steel storm warning tower there. George; Carson and H. II. Roby took pie, judging from the amount eonwumedMr. world. 23 cent a box; sold by U. 1C. :a Into .a roadway 8 fuet ,,\\lie. DUtanco

last of luau Pomeroy fourteen for a days alto, The launch used by the Bond LumberCo. :Mr. and litre. L. II. Welts, MU China, and Mrs. F. Cha Gilford and Ml*. WlI..oo:100/: drlllCll..tll. between dltclie, 1 1:1: feet. The approach-

week. About but she years found for towing lighters In connection the :\IIIIKtS Laura and Carrie! Jorgensen Ruby Gilford entertained, lat Maturda -- -. -- .. .- I e* to he from the high, dry points 011
she first visited Ankona, here and as with the reshipping of the Paul's cargo, and Cha Christensen for a moonlight and Sunday. Mimes. ltoe Penny and the awls aide. Bridge 10 hint wld .
some of the old settlers still bunted a pipe on Monday morning, and sail to Malabar, last Saturday night, to Misses logs and Emma HeUeth, of Isle, FOrt COUNT CO rMI IOVEK. 2nd. (.rubbing the road 1 f) feet wide

of yore, were glad to see her. had a narrow escape from destruction by attend the G. I. S. society. and Hugh Weir, of Toledo, being their! I announce myself again "a* candidate from New lUven avenue to the pains

Killfyre proved Itself to be all that Is tire. Only slight damage resulted.A guest Ice cream was se"edIuD.J.al./: for' commissioner for the 11 ilUtilct.TbanklnK went of Crane Creek where the alrea.lr

claimed for Ir, In an exhibition given by Glorious News -_.. .. ------ you for your piwt vote, I again/; irrntjoed' road meet Distance In all,

the agent; Harry Richard, of Eden; in Life BUll Death Fight.Mr. Comes from Dr. D. B. Carglle, of War The Appetite of u lout ollclt the lame. If elected ray aim'' about | of a mile. *," -.
front of the postofflce. where a goodly; ball he economy In the county' affair, 3rd. At Crane Creek, a bridge/: 8 feet
number of Ankonaltes were gathered to W. A. nines, of Manchester, la., hits I. T. He writes: "Four bottles of Is envied by all poor dypeptlca whose and advocacy of good) road loose and 10 feet wide. All through'*
tbe conflagration. Just at the point writing of his almost miraculous escape Electric Bitters has cured AI ra. Brewerof stomach and liver are out of order. All CuAs.1i. N'AUJU"- the swamp raise the rood by cutting

see when the flames were climbing; highest from death says: -'Expoure after measles Scrofula, which had caused her /great such should know that Dr. King's New dltche on each aide 4 feet at top, 2 feet
and hottest, a little of the brown induced serious lung trouble, which suffering for years. Terrible sores would Life Pills, the wonderful stomach and at bottom and :1 feet d.tlp. The boggy
waxing appropriately called Kill- ended la consumption. I bad frequent break out on her head and face, and tbe liver remedy, gives a splendid appetite, PLUMBINO OAS AND HTKAM FIT place to be corduroyetl by placing all
powder, very It, and almost instantly hemorrhages and coughed night and day., best-doctors could give no help; but her sound digestion sod a regular bodil; tln({<. All branches of Stile work performed the tree and bushes In the bottom of
fyre, was thrown upon I I. complete and her health Is excel health and In a flrt-cU manner by experienced .. other
extlngalahed. Surely All my doctors said I mut lOOn die. Dude habit; that Insures perfect the pile. If not enough ,nd or
they were looser fire after this. Then I began to use Dr. King New lent." This shows what thousands have great eoergy. Only Xte at B. It. Wilson! workmen. Open oltay good material can be had by ditching;
by
be
no one will a Discovery for Consumption, which completely proved-that Electric Bitters i Is the best A Son's drug store. plumbing a cpeclalty.3t nob material must be hauled from th*
cored me. I would not be with-' blood purifier known. It la tbe supreme Oao. II. FKHXALD, Sanford l Fla. eilgee of the awamp. Width of road-bed

SEEIN'TUINGSATNIGUTornightmare out Ir even If It cost $* a bottle. Hundreds remedy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, sash H feet; distance between ditche. 1:1 1: feet.
result of I"" ""*" BUILDERS' TERIAI-Doora,
I.I common bolls and ruoningtares. It stimulate contlouoo.
a recommendation ulcers, out smoothly and
have need It on my bat Chronic Disease All dltrthe*
U
There one spec.shies
You can't expect good Bleep with a bad kidneys and bowels, expels and blinds, bllek, lime, cement, paints to reject
and all say U never falls to core nnrr of note In Florid*-Dr. Vincent of The Hoard reserves the right
quick shipro.nt
lowest
tomach. Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeptlclde throat, chest and lung trouble." ReguUrsize poisons p8 digestion; builds up the out oils. pries K.HMAtn.; Jacksonville. Writ biro for symptom any and all bids. J
atomach 0&0.11.
the new remedy, makes a sound .t 50o and .1 ; trial bottle free at B. K. strength. Only BO cents; sold br U. U. Sanford flm. blank*. S, U. WALXBK, Claaln aa.EAST .
B. B. WllIIOn Guaranteed. 3j
that digests perfectly. Wilson 4k: !Son's: drug store. Wilson 4 Son, druggists.
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brought safely through a droughty
i". Choice Vegetables season because of the lessened drainon
, Florida East Coast
Ry.
their resource True this may ,
t I'' always bring high prices. not be the most economical manner of

feeding succulent forage owing to the

To raise them success- waste from the trampling of the animals .OUTU BOtTJJD (Read Dewa.t 111 JIIleo'S.pt. e.1iOQ. (Reed t1p..lfORTB BOtnrD
but It Is much better than
keepIng -
.
-' o. No.55 o' e. o.
the stock on overgrazed pastures +S airy DaIJT all No l/ STATIONS. No. id Oally DaIJy Dally .ttj.L .;......
;' fully a fertilizer con- both as regards/ the condition of the m e& tal1 1 .r ItI1 ,
animals -M :::::: "' P IY.a Ly........ J.ok.lll. .... ...Ar '1SOp i 1f ::::::
and the future productivenessof ) ...... i ;i>j> UltJaM..8G..AuWU.tl.n..L.. 820p DOt"" .. .... H
taining at least 8 % the pastures.In 7A ,n.lC, ... &'It' Ulile LY..... 91.rtu nattn. ... Slip 90ta......
certain ...... f tTp 11 d9a ,.. U.1n.. ..... ..tr 6Mp S2aa.: ..... : Od 0
i parts of the country nota- ... !!?P II III Ar... .. Beet Palatka.. ... .1 p 8 Ilia .. p W 0
Potash should be used. bly In the middle west and some sections Ii \ l .. ;i: "TiiP r..,.' ..... al.rke..1.. .. v ::p X146.j..:.:..;. fir a..
of the south;tbls practice of sow. A'IIJi ei ...... 'M 1 41. L.. .. ... .Pala ka. ... ...... .Ar 61 8116. .. c enr
InK supplementary pastures\ has become r''' rrA fr c b :::-::. fMP :-::-::: A.r........ ,.B.o Hateo.... .... ..L. i1ili :::::-: bf HH :
IIi::: .. ..... Me Ly" ... .... 8an M.teo..........4r 7814e V '' .. ::
Our books furnish useful information h ::.L:::
on much more common than formerly '" to
e W T :ii1201\pLy..x..atPlOlatka.'r T Tt!i ...... ? eV
Np1 all subjects relating to partly because of the effect of a. .. Tdp 1211\1 N ...........Ormoad..LY d02p 642& ...... Q c) CI
r drought on the yields of <:) 01 ...... fOOl' 1111\1 ......... Daytona........... 8111p a ='"
I;: crop raibing. They are forage from ,kf d lIorp If1, ........Port 8'lp ..
tent free.GERMAN. the permanent meadows and pastures I4 ct jq 6pp./ Sop: IIU), .........N.w Sm.r!).......... BZop:! i
hI l and partly through the Increased r.14 del: e ,7tt66.\ ...... 2aip ......... .Oak Hill........... 800p 8l..o to
demand .
l 6 ala ...... 8\J11p ..........Tltu..111e............ 926p:! r
.
KALI WORKS for succulent feed arising from srj : .,.... ...... 8U1 p .........Clty PaID'......... .
py Naiiau Strict, the CO ...... .. ... ." ......... Coco. ............ .621a. II-
Interest In I 4 ; '
growing :
M \ Yorlt. dairying and S ;; ___ ..... ..:... amp ...........Itocklood e.......... :\ ...... d
i Nev the Increase of stock on farms heretofore ?* .S Jet011' ) 0 ...... ...... wp" ..........ltAu Oallle.......... 16p... ...... W:: 'Qy1 M
largely devoted to the of r- ..... ....... :/IIp" ......... .Melbol1rn.......... ...... tD en
raising .. ...... ...... ...........H<>...land........... ...... 0
GO.
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cotton and grain.In '0'1 .... .......a > .. ...S..b..tl&n.......... ...... ...... .
: the main the em .. .. \ ... St. Lltcle......... Jl ..... ='" d
: # :/: crops that are grown JUlHW11 CI'J g--- ...... ,..... ........Fort Pi..rce......... 5p........ ..,... .... G
; for soiling can be also used In these .... 2 7p" ........... Tlbb..l........... ...... ...... :..
b AI ; supplementary pastures but there rEd: ....... ...... 811' ............ Flea............ ...... ...... m .
are mn ...... ...... 61161' ........... Jen..n ........... ...... ......
certain varieties which are best adapted O ...... ...... step o .... .. .Stu..r. .......... 1121a........ ......
for this purpose. Among such Q r1 ..... ...... T lc ....."..Hobe Sound.. ...... a. ...... ...... toC
Free and may Tri-Weekly Sailings H ..... ...... T 281' ..... We. Jupiter........ ( ...... ...... 0
be mentioned rye turf oats sorghum, ....... ...... 8Otp( ......W..tPaim Beach...... ...... ...... pF4
AcceTted Masons. rape vetches field millet ...... ..... f7p N .......... Boynton .......... 4a........ ...... ,
\\I frt peas beggar BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. rl ....... ...... t Blip ........ .... Delray ...........N ....... ...... .
I weed and bur clover. :i U2 ...... .....r lIiI2p Laud..rdal....... 9'a....... ......
r., s- .. ...... 100Tp ..... ..Lemon .1lty......... ......
Indian -_' ";:Q: at Charleston, both ways) ... ... .. ... 101IlpA..Mlaml. ... ..L, ... .... p.....
Th. P1W Pa*. e/t Parlor Car. 00 r0. se aa 7E.tw..n
No. 90
,
..;;; 'n., One of the first leguminous to The FineCalling the
crops in Coastwise Service Jaok.onvlll., Pablo Buoh and Majwort.o. .
River / 74Florida.; be grown In the United State for succulent o. No.17 o.l o ann
forage was the field pea. For $ Sun Daily any STATIONS. Dally wily 4:.
Lodge. many years the cultivation of this The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. only only ex flu ex fin '-
f Holds In meeting the SACOml and fourth Fri. was confined crop Sauplamp Nj tl16a v. ...,,... ,.. an .oevile,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, r p y.
day. of each month. .<, the lAte Armory, Tltasvllle largely to the New Eng Direct bervlce Between ease 66ap S2SaAr..Jackaonvlll ,.............Lv 16 .....
at 7:00 o'clock land states, but of recent It has 7u6p HOOp 606p atw. .Pablo l4.ch. IIe 4OO ......
p.m. years
B.A. It.A,WllMin Stewart, ,Ho Worshipful n lor Warilnn.Mauler. received more attention and Is now Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points, 7811p 69try. 9160. .Mayport.. .. ... ....... d6a 1B.tw..n $26p.. ,

J.J. It Walker,Junior Warden. quite generally grown In the northern (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) N.w Smyrna and Orange B.tw..n Tltu.vhll. .ad 8auf.ld.
M. Dixon Traurer. United States where It City Janotion.
Is
,
A, Morgav Xecreu ry. deservedly SEMI-WEEKLY BAILING 1 o tom

J. L.Carriitheni, i lien lor Deacon. popular not only as a succulent forage Southbound.......,......................... .. .. ........ ....... .from Lewis Wharf, Boston A' 10. J No.2. U4 v.. ..... tin. 1. r
F. A. L.,nlAv,Junior """"on. but--- also l _flM_ _a he y cro D. "..T'.).____ ___ Northbound ...........,.......;..... ., .from foot of Hogan StreetJacksonville bc6I I v.. nw Smyrna... ... Ar I 6&i T INa .. ? Mfr... vdlap
r. 14. Ch'dr"o' Lake ......... 61up elya ......... O.teen ......... 17 ad
C. H. W..lton, SL.warde. .great: many varieties now on the market 1p ........Orange Clay.....,., 621p 16na ..........Ent.rprt............ "
A. Kroticher, Tyler.KIDNEY .. ,., 9SI4Ar..Nanford..r "
Junction
varying widely at to hardiness Clyde's St. Johns River Line. "
date of maturity and yield. Thfe: seed tram, betwait New Sntyrne and Oranya ALL train. b.lw.en 'IYtur tll. and 8a.t..ltf
BETWEEN JACJKSPNVILLE AND SANFORD. ( Junction daily axet sunray, oath .xo t lnada ,
,,
Is usually sowp with of the
some small
'heaTim., abla.. show the tame. t which trains may .x lo arr4v an
St.John'fUrar.
JackwnTllle,Palatka Sanford, Flu.and Intermediate landing on the
DISEASES grains chiefly oats the mixture con- Enterprise from the sev.ral stations, but their arrival or departure a$ lb. atal.d I. ant g w
taming about equal quantities of pea STEAMER tog teal therefrom., nor doe, the Oompany Kuhl itself reeponaible for any d.l.y w any o..gsaaea aili

--. find grain. The crop Is perhaps most "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE"

commonly used for soiling but U CAIT. W. A. SHAW. Peninsular and Occidental S. S. Co.
the
most fatal of all dis
are I equally valuable for pasturage and Leave font Catherine street,,Tacki.. nvllta 3:30 p. m., Allor18,.,Tuesdays and l Tbiirflday.
eases. Lear Sanford 0:00 a. m Kntorprlne: II.aII a. ui.,Monda}& Wednesday. and Friday CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
silage. The combination Bakes a forge -

of high feeding value and palatabllity Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.W. HAVANA LINE. .

tCn! CV'Q KIDNEY CURE Is I and the yield; Is usually good.In H. WARBURTON T. P. A., ...M.IRONMONOERJa. Fla.Pass. Art.( ; .eave Miami Tneirlay............11.00p.m. Arrive Key VTent "' .da.ect..I1.oo a.Arrive ..
ill LEI I 0 Buaraatiad Rimed Stale !8t! ,, New YorlL. I 5Mw"tBa' Bt.Jackamvillei'iaC. L.aveKeyWest Walnedays..5A0p.m. HavanaThursdareft.1")0.M.
; Leave Havana Thurdaopa..10,4Ua( m. Arrive Key Weal Thur.daye6V. ...
the Wool Intereat. P. LOTELL At. Fla. 8ui>t.. Via. I JOHN. L. HOWA foot Hogan RD, BimerlnMndent.jMknonvllle St.,Jarkmonville. Fla. Leo.e Key Went ThurixUya.. ....... 6.IIU p. m. Arrive Miami Fridays.. ., ...". 130 9. No 0.b

refunded. Prospective sheep growers will find THOS. 1>. HALKT Local freight Agent,foot of Hogaa Btroot.Jaokaonvlllh, Fla. ....gTHEO.
Contains WEST LINE.
-r KEY -
money much to Interest them In' bulletin No. O. KtiKIl. fleneraT Manager. WM. P CLTDR CO..Oon..al. Agents( .
; remedies recognized by eml.cent !- 178, by I'rofesHor Numford of ChmbormcU. Jtuildln. 19 State St.M.w York Lea..MlamtFridays:.....t.....,..,11.00p.m. Arrive Key West Saturdays..ll.OOa.Arriva _.
the Michigan Leave gav W..t ..nn.lA..o u'"u A.11O n. m.' Miami Mondarn.. S.Srt A.PawMnKr .. __
the station. In the bad --------------- ; I .. .rrlvl'; {.; -S \
j physicians as best for Investigating for Havana can leava Miami Friday 11.UO p. W. o
repute of some of the Michigan\ wool he 11:KM a. m., and remain in Key W.nt until 9:00p. in. Sunday followingngand ellm.. _..
I Kidney and Bladder troubles. says tho principal causes are dirt I I Ocean Stoan ship Co. OD the Bt"aro.hlp "Ollvotte," arriving Havana Monday morning.

For of I local time card ddra Agant.SOUTHERN .
PRICE SOc. and $1.00. copy any
(though washing In not demanded), the
IS. !t. WIL.MON! d' SON..SUCCULENT lack of care In preparing the fleece for "Savannah Line"

market and the unevenuesa of the quality DIRECT LING...
of the wool. Fast Freight and Injurious Passenger Route from
: ...QUICK :.TIMS
Market The recommendations the wool clear of mainly dirt burs are: Florida to New York Boston and the East. : -TORAILWAY -

tags and paint marks: the fleeces loosely -

F'tE RDEN but well secured with imall linen WASHINGTON

_, ? flax or hemp twine; do not cross Indiscriminately BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA.NEW .
oIf(!.. .
( ; breed for evenness of YORK
,,'110. fleece throughout.Ve .
CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE
+ FORAGE.
> have a great respect for the wo- ATLANTA,
{ who makes only one kind of cake
1 I_porta>ne*> at I.ruaiulnoaa Cropa man BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS
( and Temporary I'nalnrea. at a company meal. ,

f Just as It t:lust bo generally ndmlttrd t I CHATTANOOGA,

that a system of JutTstllcJ: farming $T.: LOUIS, KANSAS CITY,

preferable foi- the country at large BO It And all Points Ertt and W..V
rait be agreed that succulent forage .

crops may be made to form a very Important Rheumatism.Nobody

part In the rotations to bo fol- M 0NO OTHER LINE AFFORDSt)

lowed In practicing such a system remarks x3Y =aril N3r ETD Sid ROUTES.SHORT SERVICE LIKE

T..A. Williams. In discussing! BAIL KIDE TO SAVANNAH. ,I

the use of succulent forage ho says: knows all about it; Thence via Palatial Express Steamships from Savannah. I THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS,

These crops can usually be grown In Via a.va.aab sad Charlotte N. C.

such\ a manner as not only not to Interfere and nothing, now known, will 4 Ships eachw'eek 4 THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL,
In any way with the regular
l Via Savannah and Cbarfott, N. C.
yields of grain or other primary crops, always cure it. .

bat even to tho great advantage of tho TO1VwV" YOrn: THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED, f

latter on account of the direct beneficial Doctors Scott's Emulsion Making clone connection with New York-Boatdn ships or Sound Lines.
VU
effect which they may exert on the try All ticket agents/ anti hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Jetup.

rtlllty of the.sol1. This Is especiallytrue ) Write for general Information sailing schedules, stateroom reservations, or call on THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS
of Liver ,
of such leguminous crops as vetches Cod Oil, when E. II. IIINTON! WALTER HAWKINS
VU .
cowpeaa and crimson clover.A Traffic Manager: Oen'l Agt. Traffic Department. Jecup.VMtlbuled

strong point In the favor of growing they think it is caused by im- Savannah, Ua. 22 1 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. .
Through Trains Pullman Drawing, R..m .
crops for succulent forago lies In Stooping Cars, Through C achea, El.cant Dining Car .
*}e fact that an Increased number of perfect digestion of food..
loclc. may be maintained on a given
Seaboard Air Line
amount of land and that the dairy Railway Through Pullman AUcplnr Cara between Jackconvllle and ClnclnnaU 0.
You can do the same. via Ash ville. N.C.. and Knoxville, through "Trie: LAND OP TUB SKY.'IThrough
duct be
*% may very materially augMented -
both on account of tho possibility Unexcelled service front Florida to all points /
of handling relatively larger It may or may not be caused Train via Southern Railway are BOW Operated
"
.
:North: East rid est la Cnn0ction with tu Plant Syatem from Jackaonvlll.
!ll timber* of milk cows and also of the :: ,. \ .

greater returns that may be secured by the failure of stomach and Two Pains dally between Tampa, Jacksonville Savannah and Columbia, carrying

ftvrn each animal. This la of special Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS at Virj Low Ritis 01 Sill lUD.1 1 to Sapt. 3011 900F.

tonlflcance In tho older more thickly bowels to do their work. If
ettlei portions of the country as laatao Washington Baltimore Phila. and New York. .. raM.. *.abdiOa and Informalloa.sail on or addressw.

T. COSBY, T. r. A., /
the tact that the keeping of this it is, you will cure it; if not, 111 Wan
Btraat, Ita.
hacreaaed number of stock Insures Also with Clnolnnattl! Sleeper, via Ashavllle. Bay JaoklaovHU.

wore! manure for the land. This last you will do no harm. '. *Traflla. CTH.P........>.. W. A.Qea..TUKK Pa..AgE, .. H.A.RABDWICK.*'. (I.... r..*........

B) In Itself an Item of great Importance "Dixie Flyer" "' .......10.. D. O. "' ......i.._.D. C. Atlaata,O*.
Ml the maintenance, of the fertility of The way, tp cure a diseaseis
the farm and taken In connection withtoe Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St Louis via 1

direct beneficial effects upon the to stop its cause and help
Lake City Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and Nashville.Making
oil of many of the crops grown for .

wiling and ensiling Is a most snbstanMUl the body get back to its habitof connections for Kanaaa City, Chicago and all points In the Northwest. PLANT SYSTEM.

argument In favor of giving these
sops a regular place la plans of crop health. Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New Orleansvia
Rarer Junction and Pensacola.
rotations.
Another In favor Full information on application to any agent of this company. The Great Through Car Line from
point of the grow When Scott's Emulsion ofGod Florida.-Connections:
ST. JOIIX V. E. STBEE L. S. ALLEN
E. ,
ing of these supplementary forage TO the EaSt via all 1"311. The Atlantic' Coast Line via Richmond
Charleston
1st. V.-P. <& O. M. General Superintendent. Gen. Pass. Agt. ,
crops Is the fact that the general Liver Oil does that, it Portsmouth Virginia. and Washington' Tho Southern Railway via Savannah, Columbia

health of farm stock may be kept Icy A. O. MacPOVEI.I., Assistant General Passenger Agent: Jacksonville, Fla. and Washln ton.
better condition especially In winter, cures; when it don't it don't The
TO the WeSt the rnR'y'1 Jesup Atlanta and The L 4:
lay the judicious use of succulent for-
N, via Savanna
Montgomery The Southern
via ColumbU
age, which nerves as an appetizer and cure. It never does harm. MALLORY. STEAMSHIP LINE.Florida and Asheville. The il *: O K'y via Montgomery.: R'y : ,

promotes Too little the place digestion.Is given to temporarypastures The genuine has New York. TO the EaSt t Steamship> Via Savannah anti Ocean S S Co., for New York,

on the average American this picture it take Philadelphia and Boston. T, n. Philadelphia for and Boston via Savannah and Merchants*. Miners
on Company Baltimore.
form but one effect of the recent po- other.If From Brnn.wl..k (direct),to NSW York. To Key West "ndn vlal'ort
no ggt raTa. '; Tampa and Peninsular: Occidental Steamship
clods of drought has been to turn attention b you have not if PASSENGER SERVICE. To Nova Scotia Cape and> Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada,
more strongly to this methodct Atlantic and Plant
Steamship line for
Halifax .
tried it send for Hawkesbury and Charlotte town.VV
producing forage. Often It Is much free To make connection with steamers, leave Jacksonville
its (Union I"'I.at| )Thursdays viaCumberiandRamtea.V a m. '
more profitable to furnish stock with sample agreeabletaste ; Fernandtna 1:30 p. m. Maala en route; or "all Rait" 2.00< ...L.N'TErt.rOUFt.STS: ::
TIGXi:: "I7'TS
will tu, (Pont Svstem) arrive Brunswick 11.00 p. m. Passengerson
succulent foot In this way than byoiling surpriseyou. p will be on sale throughout the .
arrival at Brunawlck go directly aboard steamer. Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern State to
the extra labor and expense of all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System, during the season ot UItJO.l00llIm.
cutting the crop and hauling or carry. SCOTT & BOWNK.Chemists PROPOSED SAILINGS i Iteol to return until May 3ht, wIth liberal top-onr prlvl100Rea In Florida.
Lv.New York Pier Ii E.: R.,I m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick. Addresses of
saved. :Wp. parties In the
being
tg It to the feeding! place ... ...... north sent to the undersigned: will be liberally sup
Friday, i 9. ... .. .... RIUURASDE..Friday, Nov 16
It I. not always possible to keep sufficient Kri-lay. >'.ov.I........ ... ...............DOLOItAIIO .. ...................... ...Frlda,, "S3! plied with an Information and handsome advertising matter .
the farm to attend to the 409 Pearl St., N. Y. Friday. 23. ....".. .............RIOG RAN JUI:.. .........................Friday. 30 F.
help on properly bat by the Soc and $I.OO ; all druggists. Friday. 30..V..V....:... ....._..........' >RA1X>.....,..... ...............Friday, DeG 7 M. Jolly, Division Passenger Agent.
work of soiling For lowest rates reservations sad general Information apply to 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville Fla.,
nne of the temporary or annual pasturethe BUlL GILL Agent, ZM: W.Bay Jacksonville.. R" AA7. Wrenn ,
stock may be aupplfetl' with the de- -1'1_ mention the ADVOCATE when n. II.RAYMOND O lI1eral8on'b.ra, Agent! BrunswickOe PaueogeTraflloManager, Savannah, Oa.
General ,tier ill, ki.River,and 95 Broadway,N.Y. W. B. DENHAM
Wed feed and the permanent pastures writing advertisers. C. B.MALLOHV oil UK, Agents General Superintendent, Savannah, Ca.



EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER: 30. 1900.

T I

TITUSVIIAE. -- '---

RESCUE GRASS. I The Eminent Kidney ST. AUOUSTINK. 1

:INDIAN:: : : RIv30TEL1:: : A Flee Native G.... Whlrh .....1... and Bladder Specialist. ----- :
I
*. Good UrniluK and Hay. I

TITUSVILLE I Bee a great deal In your column of I PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

\- late In praise of the rescue gratia. You ,
i ':: :: 'e'1J INDIAN RIVER: cannot too much tu commendation ., This hotel 1M
I ': say now )]pen for ROOMS: OSI.Y. It Is centrally located, near f.
\. FLORIDA. of this, the best of our native! semldolupptlc G P08tolllc., Dank and Cathedral.

,,..J.F'. grasses. I luild, n MR price for apound rte, Rooms, ftOct to 1.00 par day; JU.IH/ ) to lul.OO per week.V. .

;:d, of seed of a close relative (Rronius _I .: 1) SANCHEZ, Manager.1VVLATKA. .
# a :l J. O. BAST Proprietor. Inermls) of the rescue grass! (Bro- '. tlf'( ,: I :,i

mus unlololiles!) which halls from Russia ".' f.j : -

and took great pains In preparingthe t\ JI ., ) ; t --- -- ..--- _
tr The hotel fronts on tin soil on which to plant the foreign .,

1 wideweepofbay(7mile5( er, and It It la not a failure It Is! very 2 11h// The Graham Hotel
dp'k J In width), formed by the unsatisfactory so far while the native 1 ) { l'AI.TK.1,.\.

Indian River, making It adelightful grass springing up In au old died out 'I rI
summer re -i 1 Open all tho yenr. Rates fcj.no: per o1ay. Tim only Ickjhotol; ) In tincity.
orchard furnished
peach me good graze \ Overlooking the beautiful.
sort. Constant cool _' St. Johns River Convenient to all
breezes from the sea and ing all winter to 10th of March and! boats on the St. Johns Klver. Tnblo \\'hr.-Jo'I'l'.lIton'lalhlllul"bllr.

bay. Flowing then produced among weeds and othergrasses The Discoverer of Swamp-Knot eta at Work laOla Electric lights and bells. All street! oars ]pass tho door.J. .

sptlngs. Special winter a fl'io growth of both hay and laboratory. WATKiNS I.KK, Manager.

rates. seed' the tallest!'! growth reachingvalat There Is a disease prevailing In .this

high and that too, on land that was country most dangerous because SO dacepttve. S.':A n It aI.Z: : .':.

------------- not plowed last year.I Many sudden deaths are caused by -.---- ._- -- --- ..----. .- .. ---- ... .--...
have been familiar\ with rescue It-heart disease, pneumonia heart failure
Titusville liouses. TKI.KURAril; and RAILROAD,
Ilourdlug- STATION
grass from boyhood, Sly father knew or apoplexy are often the result of kidney DAYTONA KLA.

Its grl'ot"value and cultivated a patchof disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to advance .

Mims'' Boarding House It of five acres on his plantation In the kidney-poisoned blood will attack The Clarendon Inn m..Tm.MU: SH.AUUKK/K: rr.A.
TITUSVILLE, FLA. the vital organs or the kidneys themselves ,
Washington county Tex.: While It Is a
break down and cell cell
wild grass yet a small amount of cultivation !. waste away by Overlooking the Ocean Opposite ocean pier and I'"v II Ion. Kleotrlo:
Pleasantly situated within short distance of Railway Station Special Then the richness of the blood-the albumen
of the land, 1 If only broken bolls 81ua"llel&t. Table mid\ service iinoxcdled. \\lnterBoiiHou
attention given to Ladies Transient rates reasonable. Special weekly even -leaks out and the sufferer has Bright' ,
or monthly rates once a year adds wonderfully to Its Disease the worst form of kidney trouble. November to May. Enlarged: and vastly Improved since last scnson

Dins C. N. MIMS, Proprietress. growth nnd yield. The cultivation ran Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new discovery 'llus moots all trains

be given to other paying crops grown Is the true specific for kidney bladde LEONARD GILL
-- -- --- -- __ __ _m_. n __ ___ Manager.!
and It has cured thousands
upon the same land, and the grass will urinary troubles. .
JACKSONVILLE.: of after all other
apparently hopeless cases
take care of Itself after once started.
laI':N.
efforts have failed. At druggists In flftycen .
It la a lazy man's grass when It I
and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free
Merritt's comes to self feeding, yet It la not hardto by mall also a book telling about Swamp- -
Hotel Rathbun OLD CARLETON.... get rid of If such a freak of nature Root and Its wonderful cures. Address The Netherby EDEN, On-Indian-Hlver! KLA."

New can be found nu a farmer who wants to Dr. Kilmer&Co., Binghamton. N. Y. and !

Jacksonville Fla. get rid of it after ho tries It. You cannot mention this paper. One of the lovelloiit localiona on the liver. All inodoin tiiiprovvinotits.

Market and graze It BO clone but what It will .- Hot and cold baths Sulphur Spring/ Excellent: drinking water.
Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. Plenty ClC fruit mud 1 1 ice Flsli. O"tt'I'lIan,1 flush
manage to seed the ground but the Fltii llLOOI> iiml SKIN CUItl': vwgutablva/ III ahundanon.
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR, Street Cars from Depot pass the door. plow will destroy It na readily os i volunteer Northern rocking HOIIMO hnndHomely furnished with all tho
All Offer Fulth.tHcen. romfoiU of a homo lloata.. Tinlna stop nt Knxlon station on the
'ru'lnJ
hotel oats. which It resembles! In
Family steam heat. OPEN
; YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill plantation. l'IueappludisDlot. Mrs M. A. CURTIS Alanager.WKST .
, growth appearance of need, though eating notes" canoerH, scrofula, ,
rooms attached Florida. trade especially catered for. Rates from much hardier for winter grnztng./ It Itching iiktu, scabs 1\11I111Clllell of ocKcimt, -- .

*2.50 to $l. per day. Special Summer rates-rooms COc, 75o: and *1 with baths. matures seed (early fl'omIay 1 to 20, aches and loins In bones, back or joints, : .-.\ 1.\1: IIHACII.; : 1

I syphilitic biund I pulHon, rotten gums and .. ,.. ....
'Bus In time to break and plant the same! -- --'----- -
meets all trains
O. A. MERRITT, Lessee. vhionic rlioiimatlHiu, and obstinate,
land to cotton, lute/ corn, pens melons I deep-settled bliiiHl. troubles. are quickly

sorghum ('t('. Tho seed will spring up I cured bv litklig a few lance bottles of HOTEL SEMINOLE WKHT: PALM llKAUIf) KLA.

WINDSOR HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE, FLA. after the fall: ruins und grow more vigorously Itotoi Ic 1111111,1111,111I..e, challenge the .

and furnish more grazing nil world f..r" cane. o( blood disease I that Entirely: rcfurnUhtol. Klmt-eliiHS. Kxeellenco of ciiUIno specialty. .
winter from the cultivation of previouscrop. liotonio IHoKil Balm will not cuie. The
Rates fr.O:! to *:.I.X) per day. 1'l'Chlll'l\tl'a by tho week
cures are permanent and not patching/
If stock In taken off about March:
10 to 13, the rescue will yield a largo up. Is your blood thin? Skin pale? All O. I'. I UlTN'TtNOTOX I ( ,
down? As tired In tho as
r' pi run morning .
quantity of hay and nei-d. ..
when went to bud, ? Pimp!...? Bulls\ \?
Nature plants the seed or at least you Catarrh Put. IIIM: U.IINONVIII.I: ,:, N. o.THE J.

i drops them to mother earth as noon as :rid Swollen\breath glands? Eruptions or Joint?:?Sores In mouth? __. O' .. ._ ____ __ _._.____

a9l .i / l matured. Ilenco tll"y11 be plantedat or throat\? If no, your blood I Is bud.Illoiid AVHKKLE1 I I ; '; I) mSII: :UMX\'JIU( :, \. (5.New l.Ileudersontlilu's l.
any time and nil 11111'lng111 In d'ie' i llalni will\ inako the blood pure | (| ||| Hotel.
season. Yet where I could control the and ilch' lucid\ every aide, stop| | I ihu aches
seed I world not plnnt them before October nod ji.ilriH, build up tho hiiiken-dimn. Open! I I\II.ho I yenr. Altitude 2fii$ ,<) t('eL The divest cllmalu In North Carolina

1 no as to protect them ('1'01)1rRVOjCS :' lardy, and InvlroiiiieM the old' and weak (Holt IIukN T'''pnty-llvn iiciea beautiful grove (One hlllldl'tlillln,1 twenty-five
llotiinlo \Blood ll.ilni, I he only perfect
of birds and Insect
( says n bluiiil pub. flier niiiilu. Sold lit iliugalniPH.l :"," bedrooms. Electric: lights/ Steam luiat, Kluvitlnr. Timnl, court. Hull rooms.
Texas Turin cud Ranch correapoudcut.
*l 11M> per lave 'buttle Inrlndlnitrontpleta MlnciHl Both modern
ti SpilngN. HiotiiH. Ten-iilii alleys All ooiiTcnlcnoe
:
directions To prove our faith In Blood
Worth More Than Gold l. suf.ferera. For fin'liter Infoi million' and lales address
OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. Balm, a trial bottle given; away to ,

RATES, $2.50 and upward. DODGE A CULLENS. "Your TetteilneU 18 worth" more than Hi For free trial bottle, address 1IAHDKN \V1IKKLKK.. Proprietors, UonderHonvlllo, N. C.
lllood Balm Co.' Atlanta Ga. )1)un'thesitate
,
weight/ In gold to mo, havingcurvd/ mo of
Tetter In toes of seven stand but write at once deacilblng Nolctinsunipllves: taken. Spculul) rates for June
my yearn modioal advice = _.
trouble, and free personal ------- --- --- --- 1
WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Day and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE Ing. That was four years ago and I have
had no return of the disease" Jno. T. given lllooil Balm (I B. 11. II.) cures NKW TOICK N. Y,
FLA. Towles, Crawfordville, Fla. Tetteilnecures when all visa falls. Thoroughly tested
for ;COI'arll.i() Over :.1,0(10( vnlnntarv tplltlmonlnl8 -
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened all skin diseases COa ILox at all
druggists, or by mall postpaid from J, T. of cures using B. D. B. Hold by
this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water :Shuptrlne:: Savannah Ua. U, R. Wilson & Son, druggists 2.'june01--:! Southern Hotel NKW'OICK) N. Y.

Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or ,depot. All ,
Irrigation In the E".t. Chancery Hulo.UMH5R .
street cars pass the door. Rooms GOc) Via; and $1 a day. Rooms and The rapid. extension of Irrigation In (formerly Paiker house.)

board $2.00 to $2.50 per day. the west and the attention which It AND UY "VIKH'B OF A DFCKKK!: European' plan Qxclulllv ly. Hales 41* per day and iipwatds.''

has attracted linn caused the Irrigation Insure and Bale mt..nMi. In the I Ir- :'Illlh, Street and Ilrondwny, New YOlk, N. Y. ,
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proptietor. cult Court of the "Kvvantli Jnilliilnl iron it
already practiced In the humid of "''I..rlol..llla.1I1 for Hrevaril County, in a oanrnithernln 1'tObKEJlUlIi.! ., Managers
portions of the United States to bo iltMii'iiuliii/' wlii'reln Walu-r 4.I1rahinl Inooniplulniintanil
.
/ W.ll. MnKarliHiil et. nl, are
overlooked. A considerable area In fuiHltknM I will ...11 at iiuhlln niii-tliill In front
Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the eastern port of the country la now ot the theKIRsr ourt blouse iloiir In '!'I".III.., Unriilu, "'" Nation's

watered. For market upon
being artificially t
MONDAY IN fI.'K: IIIK1tA.I1"I IWKI "San Mateo"
gardening and glowing of high priced ilurlnir thal 1"11..1 l hourof Hula to the highest and'
products Irrigation Inn proved highly l heMt filil-ler fur ossh, oho following' il'..m-rllM'd l ln Most Cigar.
Opposite postoffloe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and 10- successful. .111| estate and'. liiillihnK" and' Improvementsthereon | .
ultimwtl In tbo 'Town' uf 'lluurllle, liravnr.l -
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . I County, rlorlila, tivwif' i
Rates $2.50 day and YEARLY to Christian .manor Idling the northern part of lot one(t)an shown T. V> 11111.'loriUI.
per up. $$900 woman to look after our nn tin map of Jnynervilla ", h..llio. riicorilml
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. i growing( ( business In this. and the oltlre of the ('I"rk..t the Clrnnlt Court of .
Hrovanl County and 'iHihiK' a part or the InnoriHiraUil -
adjoining Counties; tu net as Managerand town, of Tltimvllln,ili-mirlhail an follow, | buy Iml"lrll1.Il'I/larll made from heavy tropical tobnoi-o doetored with
Why / ,
Correspondent; work can be dune lli'(tinning at low" water,, mark on Indian IU..ttho .
at your home. Enclose self-uddreswd" North hiwt corner, .of ""'"lot one. run louthfollowtuic opium and other druga/ wliuti you can' linen Ilio guru Florida. leaf at a live-cent
The Bald. low wnlor "musk a 'velt-ttlrLe
Traveler's Hotel.
stamped envelope for pnrticul'iis to II. hot moss or'irM, to the n< rth lino of that lot olla price?
A. Sherman, General Manager, Corcoran ml imnvml hv W..I'r. llrulmni lo l.lmi'r 1
Building opposite United (States Tioas- Meb"Its, time.run went along thn urrt h lionii.lary '- FREE BY MAIL TO ANY,! Huxof as./ . .. $i.oo
of said. H<, hnlu'' liuiil', now the proi.rty or J. } I
Mas. N. F. GARCIA Proprietress. ury, Washington, D. O. /II. Furry, to tI'e' etsub. of Flmt-tri.i't. 'h.""'" ADDRESS......J Dox'of50.. 5O.I,1$ i I Is.
run north .lnugtheaustddeof 1 First. Atrcettnthe
Root Knot.: NorthwMMt. ..?.n.r..r IIRI.II..t! l one of .rnyner-
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. itvinatod villa, tlimine, run Oust smug elm' north linn nf mild TTvT. :eOVTLE-Z.
This greatly dl'I"Ildt'dIt.st\ of the lot flue, which 10 al.i. the wroth line of tint land ,
Eloctilo Lights, Electric Bells, Complete Service. southern. tieldn attacks cotton many of (I"... Knlililna.. to tha 1"III.r lipulnnlnic.' i
SAN MATKO: KLA.
and "I""rll..d limitiiDrtalnlnu ,
Alan| the ilpanan rights |
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. kinds of /garden: vegetables and some UiMtil lot. The f"ri' (iilnu' 'la aituat -. .. __. .. I
fruit trees. It causes little knots or " fake car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Traveler's.JACKSONVILLE > :J: Houth i ltunir
swelling/ on the roots, finally causing .flt-Kt..4., MOIlflAW,

them to rot und thus killing or seriously 2novJO Cunaulsslonerlolheniwry.. Prepared

HOTEL OXFORD FLA.Opposite Injuring the plant. It Is often foundon

St. James Hotel. tomato roots hnd frequently causes HherlffM Mule.'R .

their premature dying. The tomato Is,
"'osenlent; to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and 2 and 3-ply
of so mu/h natural Of AN KXKrO-
uomelike and special efforts made to give; all who stop at the Oxford a pleas- however a plaut UNOtlt" AM. IIV'IRTI'. .
vigor thnt It usually succeeds' In ripenIng ".<) nut f tha' ('lrrnlt ( ourt of lIe Asphalt and Roofing
ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack- Hmranth Juilli lal ('Irvnltof Klorlila lor lira* ,
sonville. at least n part of Its crop before It wrd/uuntqc.uulnandingiusthat: of tha ,ICIMHH| Gravel... -
succumbs to the nematode attacks. and chattels, (anil. a"II.o.. of .1. lira>ly
MRS. M. O. FINLEY
Propr. Jln".r.1, wins tu Iw maila, the shun or Hta nn,
Pruned plants on account of their earlier whluhHarali Mor.I'o-twr. 'lately riwovuri-il.. (..ln..r 1 t.oady-For-.
maturity usually suffer less than him In .nl..1 l Court, 1 have I...led upon| anA will'
Corner Duval and Clay Streets, tin 1,1 lo unction In front the (nun and
GLENWOOD HOUSE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. unpruned (>fIes.Yl1crf' the microscopic r.luM'! :. door at Tltunvllla riorlila,rt durum the Htiildint Lining Panors,
worm causing this trouble I Is established legal hour of isle' ,upon the

In a field no means !Is known for J'llfRT 1 MONDAY IN UFCKMKER: A, I)., limn, Hoof Paints Creosote Oil
Rates, $1.50 per day. Special rates by the week or month. Good It out .., ,
destroying It except by starving to the hlichmt and tw>t Milor. forcaiih, the f llowlnic l-

table. Hot and cold water baths, etc. Ten minutes from Depot by not allowing any of It* food plantsto 'ns. In thus rtaarrllMHl Comity real of Braoanl Mtabi, ,Itimlml and State. ..t.of'.*.gnl'|lor-. Black Varnish etc.

grow on tbe land for at I least two ads, ti..wlt, ,
and PoBtofflco. Ali of lot, are(t), two((3). three. ) and four((4))
MRa. CARL C. CURTISS, Proprietress. ,.ar. .. of Hootlon" twenty, lhraal(: :.1)). 'In T'-woeh/twee, Write for Catalogue Samples Prices etc.
gangs l (:Ml), net,
-_ ___._ __- _.._ __ u___ __ ._ .._ .__ _. ___. __ eufiiexfl Cannot lie CuredBy except ty-tlro. (laud M) aiHithi tlwritln. whlrh thlrt7-slx, '...... Imnol
ST. AUGUSTINi:. local applications, as they cannot Inwlni/nartln.: TIIA.l vcrlil.I I. :liv uk'e.lN rrorilml ,
\:: In bonk:. .'AA." 'ft*and F. G.Perk .
page
toadied. the diseased portion of the ear. "N..1..e UICH.MON1 VA.
by il'ail. rworilnl in Ixiok. 'itaicaXIK I20O to :Ioo WllllniiifllHirfr Avo., .

FLORIDA HOUSE AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. and There that only l I. by Ana con way"ltntl to cure
Is canned by an Inflamed condition | ...gelitV.Mre.MaryLSrysnbydwsdvecuru.I ;
\ 'In l I.k "I"." at paica" 19)) and exceptthe
elevator. Steam heat. Porcelain baths. of the mucous lining of the Euntacu- rlitlit-of-way, of lb. riorlih.. W (best Railway \ If You Have Not
Centrally located. Passenger lao Tube. When this tube get Inflamed' Company, and the ,lot itecrll.>a
Rates $2.00, $2.50 and .1.00; per day. Open the entire year. Liberally you have a rumbling sound or imperfect ( i/f Morttagaa at p"l[.*J.*.r. Imn", ,.,.

conducted. Capacity :2SO.. More than Fifteen Thousand Dollars wa hearing, and when It I I. entirely' closed Bbarirf'Mravanl County.
botel. modern Improvement that deafness Is the result and uol-ea the In- 0..1 M. nO"I'.
expended this summer on this Every for Jlalntlff &"""uUo". n.,J-W
llamation bo taken out and thin tuberestored Attorney
contributes to the Health, Comfort and Pleasure of I Hs Guests has been to can Its normal condition, hearingwill -.- -- Found What You Want.

added, regardless of expense. F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. be destroyed forever; nine ceases out ..Notice.WAT .

of ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is -
but Inflamed condition of the : :w urtHtnv!: OIVK' TIIATOS MOT For Home down and look at
nothing an : a suppose you take a trip our
...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA... .f\ da)'. April lit rni. I ah-ll present myMrnnnta
HOTEL mucous surfaces.We fur ItuaJ nvttlmiMint. and applytat
Krult aud Garden Lands
ALGONQUIN FLORIDA. will give One Hundred Dollars for my dlaharaS u .00n'o''ra'rI"' of the *. aJODg1t1.e
ST AUGUSTINE, any case of deafness (canned by catan h) tat. of .N.th.o f..nn. ."" ...- to the.

Everything flnt-class. Centrally lo,.ated. Special attention to Com- that cannot be cared by Malls Catarrh r :l.'U": "* uf HreT-ra Couo'I.1r1"III. East Coast

Grand Core. Send for testimonials' free SARAH H. "An OriW.am. .
merclal and Tourist Travel. Large, well lighted Sample Rooms. F, J. CifCKT: Co.. Toledo, O. M Roiinisn.AdmloJatrMrlx.Adiolnlitratrt IUall".I..m.

and Ocean from verandahs. Rates $3 to $2.30 per day. 22 Sold by all druggist, 73e.Hair ; Attornay fur
of
View Bay Settlers are flocking In bntfitlll'there: : I la room. If you are
Pill are the beat.
family
rates. If want good result, you will this line to
Special weekly and monthly you I looking way drop a
NOEL A. MITCHELL, Manager. flod tbe ADVOCAT ao .cell.DC ad...-
Remember that the ISDIAK RITEBADYOCATK using! metJhl l. JAS. E. -INGRAHAM 3rd Vlc -l'r.jdeDt.
: doe all kind of Job printing ,
at short notice. Send them a a'order _Impure water !la the cause of much LOIUDA .EAST COAST R'T

ADVOCATE does Job :Printi and be eonvlaoed that It U the place to siekne... Remedy this by getting a fine
Remember the g. ST.'AUGUSTINE. FLA.
: ba. Job printing done. bits from Claude Walton, Tltuavllle.











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8 GOLDSMITH. : Y 65 :::s c. I
I Ii \V. CARROLL, W. E. E_ L. IBHD ,
I, To Hotel Proprietors,
_DEALERS: IN-

:.1 To Commission Merchants, The Carroll c& Goldsmith.. GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,

J, To Storekeepers, and others.... -Dealers In- ;, ,
::1'I on : of all klnJi., We are agents for MACES FERTILIZERS,
PRODUCE
We handle
I Ii If you want to get good results GRAIN, FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers.
,, advertise in the Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
Write us for prices on
i
pled ; ( Crockery, Class and Tinware. Your Patronage Solicited.TITUSVILLE. TITUSVILLK, FLA.
I EAST COAST ADVOCATE, the ) FLORIDA.. E. L. BRADY & BRO. f !

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i T11USVILLE!:, Indian River, FLORIDA The U --------

The ADVOCATE circulates oxtennlvi elled, ; \ ) : all. A. D. Penney was assigned. 1 h by Robbins & Graham Cc( INSURANCE. t Your FIRE I

ly throughout the orange, lemon, ping was Jones to defend prisoner. Property Against _,
apple, vegetable and fish sections of State/ of Florida vs John Agusta.-Tl
3 Florida, as well as throughout ellt"ry To the pleaded gultly to entering,: a (Incorporated.) LXaTN"XN"G- intd: OYCJION
State in the Union. It is known ns the of / e in Jensen, and the Judge sent him PAID UP CAPITAL $2,000.00.Thi8 ;; .
for five/ A. D. Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
"Pink Paper of Florida. the penitentiary years I represent all the leading
The East Const of Florida has some of wan HHlgned to defend prlsone \ company owns Insurance Company Am also Agent for :Surety Bonds of the City
the finest hotels in tho United Stator, State of Florida va William Kenedy.- Invest Safe Deposit .Surety/; Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

ul and noiirly every hotel )h H nvcrllowln, We, ,pleaded guilty: to the charge with tourists during the winter NOV tho Florida! East Coast Hallway Tltusvllle) Fla.
6r IS YOUR TIME TO ADVERTISE.\ Olv port We as ; at Eden, in the night time, and in the Indian River Country; On the St.

I the AUVOCATK your ad. and you will not time property valued at $.;.0. The Lncle Hiver; at New River and on Day -- -
regret it.. Our olllco Is a kind of BlII'eall4If ; e sentenced him to seven year .
I Information Fur rates, etc., address for were the : J. Webb was unsigned to defend tbe Blscayne. Prices to suit the times. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

I'' Advertising Manager; THK ADVOCATK, were Court then adjourned. Send for Land List.
Judge D. L. Gaulden will try a. CAlle FLA.
ai Tltusvllle, Fla. We Is Offices at TitURvllle and Miami, Fla. Sacked loose.l Spoclal attention
/flco of \ In which' Judge Jones dlsqua In prepared to furnish Ice inany quantity- or

and, paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
STOCK. GEO. M. ROHI1IN3, F. A. MORGAN
OUR HOLIDAY ,, ditlon.rectly AND FISHING ON President. Actuar,. T, T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

P I i IS NOW READY FOR INSPECTION, counts We THE EAST COAST. Brevard Abstract of Title Co, --. ------------------ -- i


l /lo5"{; @) found like Robt. Gladwin-, of this place, won WILL FUR."ISHAbstractslof ROBT. L. MOTLOW, I

:1'1'I due shooting at the head of India Title and TITUSVILLE FLA.
COCOA ,
JEWELERS, Indian / the other day, and returned with. -FOU LANDS IN-

25 East Hay Street, us.the ducks. Brevard County. Folly full Quarts Whiskey DELIVERED $3.20
.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA We Dr. JE. E, Rollins and l Mr. L. C. Brao--
Ir', I' every of Titusvllle, went bird shootln t Office under Law Office of -
\ The few mornings ago, and returned wit GEO. 1\[. ROBBINS, -- -- --

,,THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,,. county quail. ft. .
Tirusvin.K,
limit E. S. Bender returned 'Monday fror & Son.
Pritchard ,
Brewing Asso's.Fa to turkey hunt on the west fields. He Jas. c

Wo a he saw as many as twenty turkey East Coast Meat Marke
noun St. Limln Keg and Hot. was one bunch; there are plenty of them,
,
I tied Meer.i and our Melbourne correspondent. O. F. DUREN, Agent. _.7::DeaJ.ers: Ira: ..

i 15nhl by MflKHrn.F.A.Ixtftley" am.. call The LaGrange crack shots tried tbe
I It. L. Mi>tliwTttUHVlllatria.By \ last Saturday, and Henry 0cn ::
111 C.It.I,. Motlow Ciioua, Via" wore the medal home, killing :i -.
1 ? prYt By Mr.Fort W' J.Pierce Tuulier, Fla.Cocoa: am nw /; IH! coots, 1 duck and I turkey. .-.. -ca.o .

ties A. Johnson killed 0 squirrels, 1 dirck, :: .t t w Hardware
ZAPF ntid and 2 cool Jim ICnnm said he -
V JOSEPH of the want anything: bur squirrels that = ,
the ( so killed 11: of them. -
Sole ,-
m Agent. Our Bovine correspondent says:
F. Houston and J. Henderson brought
( (110 to 02: !) West Bay Street, they some fat deer on their recent hunt.F. _. rn U2 Box 212Titusville
'. n .1", We Houston on one of his recent hunt t= ; eMo
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. tike\ brought in among other -
expeditions, .c,2 = Florida.d. : .
be two tine 81'ocimeDlof the wildcat ,
Choice. with catamount species. riTUSVILLE, FLORIDA
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ii of the --- -
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Wines,Liquors We Our Grant correspondent writes: Southern Home ... 5s tL..Il: Jiad arc
rf ? deserted Sunday,
the. Grant seemed quite '
and Cigars light most o* the young: men violated th few to inspect a \)
Bird Food to or many
come
The Opportunity may
Guaranteed Pure. VVe law and went duck hunting. Mocking
succeeded In killing quite a. few,, choice assortment of FallNOVELTY
? Sold at reduced The their many friends extend their

1 price >oor of for the generous distribution of I DRESS GOODS I
Imported game when they returned Sunday ,

Tokay Wine, ion In .

from Italy. find Judge; Warren W.Foster, a well-known Black and Colors, such as Poplins, Crepons, Satln-Sololl, Venetians,

da and secretary of Tammany Hall; t 110 ON SALE THIS WEEK. Will you be one P
John B. Togni Chas. F. Naething, W. L. Mitch- I '
late ; Chan. E. Thompson and Prof. J. M.
Metropolitan Saloon, 12!) East Bay St. /ounty) all prominent residents of New Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville Fla. I

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.VWfcolesnle lhe ,".. have been on a two week cruise
under Messrs. Naething and Lafitn'a cosy 'l Furniture, Dry Goods, Shoes.
and fetal..... nent : Rose Mario, on. Indian and _

u they / rivers at the Hnulover and Mosl : _.-.c _._......-cliea__ a a--E lrE J1:1: _
BOARDING HOUSE! meut l ito Lagoon and shot about 500 ducks, ,
'II,* 10TELS, We them being mergansers, mallard,
AND OTHERS. the teal, laft-ducks, broad bill,
ties back, eto. They also nude some
1 1I bond ft"s., hauls of trout, bans, sheephead and SAY BROTHERS'-
that fish. Judge; Foster, we under. Fresh every day. 25: cents a pound. .
es and killed the most ducks,, besides Prepared only by
sent in several bass that tipped the HENRY R. THOMAS
and at from 20 to 251 UK. each. They :Ibemlst; Druggist. LaVilla Pharmacy PALA'fKAFLORIDA._ GROCERS.
reJo( \ to Tltusvllle on Monday, and Jacksonville, Fla.
July having bad a glorious time on
I tt fou want Frnnli and Bait. water Klnh, OynterirMnTurtleeta. ., may ( cruise. All but Prof. Laflin left for In the
., KO tori. 11. MELTON, Whole.. Court ) afternoon. The Have you Your Hotel registered We make a Special Feature of oar
Ml.and Ho till I Flali and Ojiter ('\ny looM York on.Tuesday
I OOMRII it., cud City Market,Jacksonville, Via. lay enjoyed the swimming Immensely, International Hotel and Tourist Bureau,
+ --- ---.-- --- We ; took his last swim on Tuesday of Boston!' Mail Order Department.
made In Jan-
Naething; will be down again
NEAR & TAYLOR nUh but Prof. Lutlln will remain here It f not, Attend to it at once, and send a
,t ; :r,. oouuty i May.WEATHER. ackago of your circulars to be distributed. Knowing how difficult it is In some localities to get! GOOD GROCERIES tilled
.... Acts ; HEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them
a "t I ,. .'Artesian t i WellCONTRACTORS them Also romptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will\ be satisfactory.
BUREAU OFFICE advertisement In the and have
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4 they Place your' "To carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida,

f'.; Ii:i, i It':' the VVe FOR TITUSVILLE.- BOSTON HOME JOURNAL, any J.irSJ articles:ND not FOR usually OUR found PRICE in other LIST.and smaller houses.

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.,1\ '' ) of the Jack- which this Bureau is conducted. --
Mitchell trough
3d. Eau Gall 1 0, Fla. I ed to Director A. J. -
:
:- and ; signal; station, has just notified Write for full particulars.! -' --
such McFarland Fruit Protection Co., of W. WALLACE WAUOH, Manager./ ,
._.._. pl.ice, to the effect that a full set of
cots 1-7 Summer street, Boston, Mans.
weather Hags,
We trllmtlnt8, Including
CANCER CURED at HOlE: his rainfall gauges; barome- .The Froebel Academy.
during and all other'nocessary Instruments The> 13rewvi.y; .
I" ; r taking observations are now en route
NO KNIF12. NO PAIN. people Washington consigned to the Mcarland 610 West<< Hay St., Jacksonville, Ol.1
I a Bond for free IxMik. AildntM, active The Company. Some months since FINE A Modern High School and Boarding
Cancer Sanitarium president of the company notified
UJ 1 tend JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Director
JBLLEVIEW, FLORIDA, erick weather bureau through Wines Liquors and Cigars.
( that, the establishment of aeatber Apply for catalogue to
station at Tltuivllle would be a nheuser-Busch Extra Pale ou Draught I

Citizen's Barber Shop of great importance to the fruit I I Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. PELOF": '. i-. Ir.: :EPPLEEL"PRINCIPAL.
In the vicinity. The subject was
The best of Service and a pleasxnt, quiet JIJ.OD
who
ArtUtla Hair Cutting! Shaving, fully up by the department, were oflalntainlng . ember that the entire expense ) C tCQ4 ,. C )--C
Tubs
i. Shampooing etc., Porcelain Hath the station would be borne
vary thing up-to-date at reasonable rates Attest y the McFarland Company, provided Clyde Steamship<< Line. -- -- - -- -

I. II. COLEMAN, Proprietor. li government furnished the necessary -
II Main street, Jacksonville\ Fla : / istrumenta. Tickets and reservations via the Clyde E. A. WADDELL
This proposition was accepted by the leamshlp Line can be secured of Cbaoa.II. ,
and the In- the ADVOCATE office, TI-
at Washington, Walton, at
Don't throw buylnt The
away your money
Real Estate Office
been sent. isvllle. Cosniopolital
have
patent medicines. Dr. Vincent' advice Honor\ erected ,
been
has
A Ilitg-statT, tuft high,
;
atone Is worth a gallon of "cure all' One
...11. Write him at Jacksonville.For \ the factory; also an observatory,from the most peculiar and Interett-

was Rocket observation.and flag signals will'\ be will taken.be used to VISIT Ing sight In America, BUREAU of INFORMATION for CITY of MIAMI

Snlo. the growers on Merrltts Island THE FLORIDA.
words; other parts of the approach of dan and I)ale County In general<< Loan and Collection Agency.

At Daytona, on the Halifax, six acre case ; frost.; and warnings will also. be )IstrichFarmCo.JACKSONVILLE.
eknioe hammock land, cleared, fenced In all directions to orange and vege'
mainland. Agent for the TlVU"MAUTT,1'E ESTATE: lands,locate! at Ft.Lauderdale,
ail partly set with orange trees. flHK). the : grower. on the 11allan.I&le. r Little River Miami, Cocoanut Grove
Ofee-half cash, balance per cent. ; and Cutler;alllO the "VVT of DR CPTLER. be.ldes many desirable waterfronts
Address, The Prn ...MlT. Collar Club. ; }'r.ult and > Lands .., on East Coast and chain of
COUKTLAKI I) IIUCKMAN, Alex. f Ke1. to Key;: Veat. Orange and Phosphate lands on West Coast.
22 llogun st., Jacksonville, Fla. the ; The Progressive Culture Club met

y bios \ afternoon In the Opera house. For Correspondence enclose stamp Agent for
If In poor health consult Dr. Vincent t, for hall of Fame" was the subject r+:
Mohawk building, Jacksonville, Fla.TITUgVlLLE'S ed, and muslo, both vocal and 10.trumental. XMOtTR A: CO., Fertilizers, Chicago AIRMOTER WIND MILLS Chicago.

was surnUhed bY' Misses Avenue D, Dank
will over :, MIAMI FLORIDA.
heifer cod Hall. The next meeting _
TRAINS. held at the home of Miss Emma
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ESTABLISHED .871.
The following are the tlm.s of arrival ---
of trains to and the ; Creditor ;
aid departure passenger Notice to
f om Titusville: Kiecntor's :%::O.._ ..6.. :eO-creS:: ::: d<:, co.
1 HOUTII HOUND.leaves oner .
Tltu rlll for Miami anil lat J 3'09!>.? at .. ( nmtoratiriwU ta HEREBY aa Kaerutrt In YEN at: tb THAT......c.THE..(
) GRAIN
lnIiuediatepoints son. \ Kohort C. *4 KOnTHBOPltO.LeaveTltnsTllte F. J. ... County.Floret hereby nil upon all --
for J arkllOo vlll.iI I ..*..-. ..U", .*. lairauiM and dt.trlbaueseadall per 9 East
? the Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
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and Inuirnietliiite point ,n. having olalma or deuuutda amiss
iI Tttnsvill tor Sanford a TOO a.mI' guilty anute of Robert C.Brrtraiconar ald premit ee Needy.sI l a.tt. birds itandlna; .ta 10 f Mounde 1'W. lint!. 0011 the beet and moat reliable Seeda. .A stock of n'Yt
Executrix complete
from tUaford i Sal p.mArlve in the ...11I to undersigned( ..10.. ..... Ostrich .........
Tltusvllla
Aarlrcs .. within two lean or toe same will be bar "lcrb. w.tsblaa t. Oats. Flour, IIran Wheat. Orlts, Meal Cotton Seed Meal, both bright aD oJduk
a .. and oatncheeUnfatea
I'' Tltu.rllle from New Smyrna ::MamLOfo ... nests! )C.eec.nca_ altung baby at wholesale Slate for
agents
T1Ien-.A FerUBzer
.D Co.
Tltu Tllle fur New Smyrna IM p in MARY A.ACRIHOKOCTl.EierntrU Just katrh.d
r of xrnrt vtoltnn throach the farm, ea. bar Rr ae Pwtlll--o.-s .
A ,
the KetaM nvyals
a man of Orvpr. &ad Y.rwabt.hnllbe h"Oet
Robert O. aVrl. .,eour. plalnte all about.... bird.taeUlneete habita, .- NI\.1kooIa. ".l1ate of I'n ask salyb: em r..r.h Karlt, ae. Thaw l rtllj..re .... M
rr Reading notice ads. on this page him In This;NOT.M 1300. plumage, eto- a.sailor Ia.uc..sod a U1aI .ui_..... .....tar Cat lox..Sts.
line week. jail

are Jive cents per per .








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