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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: December 7, 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
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VOL. 91. NO. 15. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7, 10OO- PRICE (Bo. !

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LOCAL NEWS UJr Deed blanks sold at this office. JUST RECEIVED carload of Lime and CHINA AT CROCKERY PRICES at HUNTING AND FISHING ON open his hotel about the 1st of January.Ho .

Cement. G. F.PADDISON Eau GallIe. Carroll & Goldsmith's, Titusville.Mrs. has not long returned from New
-Mr. W. H. Harris, of Fort Pierce THE EAST COAST. York and he predicts a fine tourist business -
And Topics of General Interest. was in town a day or so the first of the -Mrs. Siegel Thomas, of Lyons Ky., H. J. Egger/ spent Sunday last I this winter. Rend the River View
week. Is her Dr. and Mrs. M. at Cocoa.
visiting parents. Mr.\ T. M, Lett, of thin place< who went I hotel ad. on our 4th page.
D. L. Dodson of this .
-Attorney Geo. M. Robbins left Monday place.Mr. -Father O'Boyle arrived\ In town from hunting the first of the week, returned
Mr. Fred F. of tho hotel -
society and General. Gossip In connection for Miami, where he representssome and Mrs. L. Abdill, of Des- Daytona yesterday.Mr. with several quail and n Oi foot rattle- I Taylor, owner
Plaza Rockledgo and Indian Itlverhotel
with Blseajn Bay, Lake Worth, Indian, cases at the Dade Circuit Court. Moines Iowa, have returned to their snake. The latter he will have stuffed. ;
Banana and Halifax Hirers, Key Wed fine winter residence at Ankona.Mr. Goo, M. Robbins, left here yesterday TUnHvlllo. has boon In town several -
and all other Important Point along the -Mr. W. S. Branning, returned home for Jacksonville\ on business. Ducks by the thousands line our days this\ week, making Improvement) I

Kant Coast of Florida. Brief mention o' Saturday last, after a vacation of several W. H. Peters, of Brooklyn, N. Messrs. Al Ford and W. H. shores, and tho boys shoot from twentyor to the hotel, among them being the eroo-

Interesting Events from Various Part weeks In Green Cove Springs Jackson- Y., and Daytona Fla., Is just fitting out of Fort Pierre were in town this week.Harris thirty every time they go out for Con:( of a now\ windmill, so that tho hotel I'

of the World] About People You Know ville and Savannah. Mrs. Dunning is his boat to go on a hunting and fishing them, says our Melbourne correspondent. may always have a plentiful supply) of

and People You Don't Know Picket visiting relatives in Savannah. cruise. -Mr. It. W Jerome a prominent resident w at or.,
Mosur. R. W. Rhodes, W. M. Brown,
np by Oar Society Editor and a large staff WALTON CALKING TOOL l In one of -Dr. and Mrs. Pendleton were among of this Rocklodgo wCl.'lk.Attorney was visitor to Daytona I.. A. Itrmly and I.. C. Brannlug' left A largo force of workmen are person

of Correspondents scattered along the the best things for boatbullclers and Wednesday's southbound passengers, en hero, Wednesday, afternoon, on a hunting ally engaged I Iu putting the mammoth

East Coast of Florida. yachtsmen; price $4.H> and $8 0Y each. route to their fine winter home at Palm A. D. Penney, of this place, trip. We presume, they nro gone after 1'lunplUny ]Hotel,Tampa, In proper) condition -

For sale at Jas Pritchard & Sou's, Beach. loft Wednesday for Jacksonville on. boar and doer. for the opening. Tho ground) I
THE ADVOCATE, Titusville Fla. legal business) about tho famous hot.elilre more beautiful \
-Brevard School Superintendent Jno. Misses Allen nod Beatrice Sanders
$1.60 annum, In advance. than they have over been and many
per Messrs. Mace and who have n. Sams of ball been In town -Editor E D. Odin of Southern ) Ne..bl 1
1.00 six months, .. Bell Courtonay, Messrs. I St. Clair t and Grotjan now and handsome designs are found, I
$2.00 aa. to foreign countries. been on a cruise on the Banana River, this week, attending tko meeting of the Pines N. C., nutdo< a flying trip to Melbourne : Ronald hunted tho hammocks bl&okf about tho gardens and flowers. \
per on board Mr. Mace's house-boat Edna, School Board. this week. town, Thursday' and shot -43 quail, andSaturday
returned to the Indian River hotel\ wharfat bagged 15 more, saysonrCour- The Palmetto House, Daytona will be
Note date of expiration printed upon this place the first of the week. THE RAPID CALKER is what every Brovard County Commissioners, tenay corre pundeo t. open In a week or so, under the management -
and boatbuilder needs. For School bind and
Town Council have
your paper or wrapper every week. This yacthsman of tho owner !Mr. Chamboralln, who
Is a receipt for your money. No need -Mrs.\ J. R. Anthony former resident sale by Jaa. Prltchard & Son Titus been iu session this week. Our Ocoamis correspondent writes: was formerly connected with St. Jamo
of Titusville In town the first vine Fla. Price $( and $8 each. Hours Is the fisherman
for us to send receipt for subscription was -Mis* Ethel Coutant paid a visit to Mr. lucky at hotel, Jacksonville. The house has) boa'sremodeled

The date gl..eslt to you. of the week en route to her home at -Two companies of regulars; who have her parents Ht Oak Hill, Sunday and present. He caught a fiOlb bass Friday Improved, and 1 will bo run In
West Palm Beach from visit to Washington
a from the wharf.
When you subscribe for the ADvoCATE been stationed at Fort Morgan, Ala., for Monday, returning hero Tuesday. first-class style and the tine location on
and other places in Georgia.Mr. Mr. Hours' tine dog Hector downa
by the year. It does not cost you some time passed through Titusvllle, ran tho river front insures Its popularity.
-Mrs.\ C. U. Swain of Columbia, Fla., 121b.: possum and a two font rattlesnake
three cents week postage Included. Chas. R. Serjeantson, formerlyof Tuesday night en route to Key West.
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per ,
sister-in-law of Mrs. J. R. Walker, has with throo rattles, ou the beach, Supt. A. M. TAylor of the Casino Sr-
THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on lobe !Sound but now of Daytona, -Mrs. Chas. A. Merritt, of Hotel been added to the store staff, owing to last Sunday: evening Augustine, who has boon managing the
became naturalized citizen of the United
.sale at the following news-stands, at fin a Rathbun Jacksonville has gone on a the rush of business. Clarendon. Spring hotel Vermont during
cents t tTitusvllle States on Monday upon which occasion Friday was A big day for the fishermen the has returned to
per copy visit to her daughter, Miss Emma Mer past summer,
-B. R. Wilson & Son. he appeared before Judge Locke at rltt, who resides In Brooklyn N. Y. !She -Attorney C. T. McCarty of Ankona, on the ocean pier at S'I&buoze. Twei ty- his old post for the season Mr Taylor
J. B. Screven. Jacksonville was In town a short while on Tuesday four channel buss worn captured, besides number of attractionsto
left, Wednesday, on board the steamer has arranged a
Jacksonville-Rathbun hotel. -There will be a regular communication Comanche He Is having a fine residence built In the a number bluellsh. Stewart, Oane, n appear from time to time this winter,

Windsor hotel. of Indian River Lodge No. 00 at the above favored section. Clarendon Inn guest breaking tho record, as Wt.\lI\S\ the usual. weekly programme
-Mr. S. W. has just received his catch flfttton buss in
Duval hotel. Rowley being n couple
Lodge-room, Titusville, on St. John'sDay Messrs. Vogel and Spencer, the government of water SP01'tS.Tho .
250 of "The McFarland" Improved oil of hours' lUlilng. The smallest weighed
News stand. Union depot .
December when allbrothren
Thursday 27 hull and boiler of
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McNamarn\ fc Dozier, 200 are particularly, requested to be stoves for heating their tents. From all this Inspectors Wed, eight pounds, the largest twenty-one five golf links, consisting of the
West Bay street. appearances this Is the best stove we district were passengers oil pounds. ono at Tampa, the one at Bullonlr the
present.Mr. have yet seen, and surely ought to do nesday's southbound jtraln. one Klsxlmmoo, the ono at Winter

of Jackson- A. C. Scrlmgeotir, after spending the business.:-Sau Mateo Item. -Mrs. John Osterly and daughter, of I'ark and the one at Ocala, have been t
Mr. Frank Clark one and beads
ORANGE BOXES plain panel
a fortnight or so In town with his Philadelphia who last week come downto consolidated and will be known a* theFlorida
villo's prominent attorneys, was in town Messrs. R. .E. Mima, Bonaventure; Orange Wraps, Bean Crates eto anda
step-mother settling the affairs of Kock to look after their West Const Golf association,
up lodge
from Friday until Saturday. deceafed Wm. H. Sharpe Sbarpes; J. N Waller. orange Gao F. PADOIHON, Eau (lallie.IreMSniaklilbr. .
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his father the late postmasterof and grove, returned homeward on Wednesday series\ of tournament U being planned
Ankona R. A.
-Attorney F. J. Webb went to Mel Titusville, left for his home In Brook, Gibe; Conkllng Tlllman In town .. by the dllTurent manager/ of the club
S. F.
bourne on Friday last to take testimonyIn lyn N. Y., on Friday last. 1 this: week attending Melbourne the meetings were ; of the Manager J. O. Bast, of Canaveral Each club will bo under the management

a pending( divorce case. -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Welch of Boston School Board and County Commission Club, has been down at Cocoa a coupleof of a professional golfer.

HOLIDAY SOUVENIRS, Palmetto Pin arrived In town, !Sunday, and left ers. days this week, seeing to the launch- The undersigned l takes pleasure In announcing The date for the opening of the Plant

Pads, loo. K. MAKIIIT, next day for Canaveral where they will -There are a few changes the dates Ing of the Club's boat, which ha, arrived to the ladles' of TUnsvlllo and System hotels In Florida have been officially ;i
Bovine Fla.! spend the winter as usual. Col. and Mrs. from tho North follows
of sailing of the Mallory steamers this vicinity, that she has opened a dressmaking \ announced as : Tamp

-Mr. W. J. Tucker of Fort Pierce Hogan met Mr. and Mrs. Welch at Titus- month, but the corrections arrived too -Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K Baldwin, of establishment In tho roar of )Dr. flay hotel I, Manager, Al E. Dlok.{ will

who has been enjoying a visit of a weekor vllle, and returned homeward( with them late to be altered in the time table. The New York who own a five winter residence Scroven's store, Titnsvlllo. Having just open January 15; llnllevue hotellIehealr.

so in Jacksonville returned home on on Monday Colorado leaven to.day and the Rio just south of Hotel Orinond have giiiduatul fioin' one of the bout ilionsm manager/ J. F. Champlin' January 15;

Sunday evening. -Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hudson of Pine Grande next Friday, from Biunnwlck, boon enjoying the hospitalities of Hotel iklug establishments In :New York Oanln house Ocala Phil! Brown January

who has been Bluff, Ark., are now located at Tibbals, Ga. ; and the Colorado will leave New Windsor, Jacksonville this week City, silo foul confident that she Is u bio 1A\; Kluslmnioo, hotel Klsslnimeo l I
-Capt. John McLean, where they recently purchased the tine York next Friday the 1 Ull Innt.Mrs. to please all, no matter what styles her J. H. Miirdlck, January 1 1. The Seminole -
ill In St. for A month or so the arrivals at the Indian
Augustine residence and pineapple plantation formerly Among ) pittrotm' may desiie. Mull eiders prompt hotel, Winter Park, also opens January
stopped over here from Sunday until! owned by Mr. and Mrs.\ A. V. A. W. D. Mussendcn, who has River hotel, Titusville, yesterday, were ly attended to. A share: of your patronage 1ft', under the management of Mr

Monday on his way to Jensen. Winans, of St. Augustine, and latterly been enjoying a visit of a few weeks the following: E. S. Wtismloi, Macon, Is earnestly solicited. E. It. Swett, who has loaned the prop
with her mother (Mrs. McClellan) and Oa' A. N. McDonald' Nashvlllo, Tenn.; LENA .MKNDICI. erty,
-Mr. Chas. K. Kenyon of Brooklyn, 9wood by Col. W. G. Wiaans: now a ,
sister Mrs. M. P. Hobbles In South W. B. Miller, C. A. Bolton '
( ) Jacksonville;
N. Y. arrived In town Sunday, for the resident of Titusvllle. Titusvllle, Fla.
Mr. Cb..... A. Creighton who held the
TitiiRvIlle, left yesterday for Jacksonville George E. !Robinson, New York; J, Id.
purpose of looking after his orange grove The net of tho vaudeville position of chief clerk at Hotel Indian t
proceeds ; !and to-day (Friday), she will Bursell, Louisville, Ky.
and well other
crops, as as property. entertainment recently given by the Titusvllle sail for New York on the Clyde steamer AMONG THE HOTELS.The River, Itooklotlgo, last winter, wan a

-Major A. St. Clair Abrarns of Jacksonville Musical and Dramatic Club, In Iroquois, en route to her home in Bath, -Mr. H. Julius Smith of Pompton -. pleasant caller at this olllco on Monday
passed through here, Sundaylast the Opera house, was 17.00. Out of .Me. Lake, N J., ban had forwarded to his on his, way south. It will, no doubt, be
home ADVOOATK I III now on file at aL
winter at lino Kentucky ,
Rockledge
a canned
remembered Mr.
on his way to( Miami, where he represents this sum $12.00 was given towards the \ Crelghton quite
some oases in the Dado Circuit expenses of the Presbyterian Christmastree -Capt. W. J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, carriage horse} purchased from Mr. the best hotels In New York city. a thrill of excitement at Ruckludga last

Court. and $115.00; Is laid aaldn for the pur left Jacksonville, /Sunday: for his home Frank Clarkitoii of Jock/ sonvllle. It will Where to stop along the East Coast winter, when It was known that he had

pose af starting a fund to build a Guild- with Billy Bowlegs, who came here with be used by Mrs. /Smith: In her trips to See list of hotels/ ou 7th page. quietly married Mis Annie 8. McChoH-
-Mrs. Geo. Huston and daughter, of room for St. Gabriel's Guild of the Episcopal tho genial captain to see the Bights of and from Rockledgo and surrounding ney at Cocoa, on Saturday April 7th.
Columbus O., were among Monday's church at this place. Gala Week. While here Billy was one of country this winter.It Whore to stop In Titusvllle See Titusvllle Mr. ami Mr. Crelghton were quite popular )
southbound en route to the attractions of the week and he hotel and boarding house ads on
passengers en- In. stated, that Mr. Jefferson at Uockledge, and their ninny friend \
Cocoa for the winter, where they have -Col. C. P. Horton and Mr. T. Watt- joyed the fun immensely. A collection the well-known actor Joseph In on his our 7th lingo will bo glad!; I to see them there agnln.

many friends.Mr. son Merrill, two well known residents of of fl IJ!).t55 was made for the relief of the Ilobe, Hound and Palm ,Beach for wayto the JotullllLIRous Palm lleach. hue been: Mr. Crolghton: ban been In Now Jersey
Boston Mass, arrived In town on Sun Seminole Indians during the week and Willlam'I'llterow. and New York during the summer; but I
leased who
J. T. ninton, chief clerk of the winter. Although over 70 years old, Mr. by Mr. will
G. F. Duren meat market, who has beenon day accompanied by their friend Mr. was turned over to Billy to give to his Jefferson I III said to be as lively as a man open tho house about December '5. I lining tile past live weeks or so ho ban
C. /S. Barton of Worcester Muss. Col. Jacksonville .
: people.- Metropolis.Mr. been at Ovoldo, where Mrs. McChusnay
a few weeks' vacation along the coast. Horton left for Canaveral Club-bouse : of forty. HI* Spring tour will begin Hotel lCulonnadesSeabreoze, underthr
on
has returned to his pout of duty look- Monday morning but Messts. Merrill George T. Hodgson, n special about tho Oth of April at Jacksonville, management of Mr. Jan. P. Vlnlng} will (his mothei-lrj-law) owns nn orange
ing much improved in health.A ; Southern agent of the New York Life Insurance and will last about six week*' but he the 10th grovo.
visit lost
and Barton stayed In Titusvllle a day or upon on Monday ,
Co., one of the most substantial will haul In many a Midi before \hl, tour Hotel Plaza, Kookledgo, under the ,
letter from Congressman Robt.W. so to do a little quail shouting! (leo. E.
concerns In the United States, has beenat Commences Mr. C. H. Knappe! ', ono of lnytona'syoung : able management/ of Mr S. 11. Peck, will I
Is In Merrill's also arrived
Davis informs us that ha now Lent, Mr. valet In
the Indian River hotel men, haw aocepted a position as The
Titusville receive
sev soon ba ready to guests
D. attending to his Titusville on Sunday. Messrs. Horton -In an Interesting article "Shop- '
Washington government eral days this week doing business for upon clerk In the /St.: James/ hotel, Jacksonville attractive
Plaza ground are looking more
duties. Ills bright young daughter Merrill and Barton are all crack shots; ping for the Holidays: ," In the Jacksonville for the winter
his Hr. Hodgson Is certainlya than and tho largo orange'trees
Miss Nellie accompanies him. and as they have 10,000) ) acres of land company. Metropolis, a lady says: "I patron ever;full
and ponds to shoot over, we hope to hear hard wnikerfor the above company ize the advertiser because a man who Mr. K. II Sanborn! proprietor, of tho hanging, of fruit, attract much,
beats all beets. for he Is the all the time. He evldenoe of the
GILT EDGE BEETS move No better
on attention.
Grand View Hotel l Jacksonville Fla.,
Is date
good reports of their prowess In the does not advertise not up to and ,
Get them at Carroll & Goldsmith's. Hinting field. We acknowledge a Is accompanied by Miss\ Brown an expert In my opinion bin goods are likewise. ban opened that r6llOrt.-a few weeks! desirability or popularity of Kock led go
stenographer and typewriter! from could he hud than the return of visitor)
States Attorney J. D. Beggs, of Orlando ant call from the above party of jovial Frequently, the name of an article or a earlier than usual. .
the New York ofllce. It Is probable Mr. year after year, and scarcely a day passes
stopped oil the southbound train, Liostouians. firm c"l1l1to memory Home novelty 1 of the Arm I
Manager Ripley Collage
Hodgson will remain on the East Coasta during the season but some guest returns -
at this place, Sunday to say "How-do- wish and for that reason I always do and the for the hotel willarrive
-One reason for continual advertising few weeks longer. Do Land, help from short visits to other resort \
you-do" to several friends. He was on "Is to be there" when the cultivated and business with the merchant that let 1 In a. week or no to put tlwr house Thin I I..* not surprising. / for here the
attend the fall term The southbound train the.FlorIda the people know what he haw and who
his to Miami to( over ,
way convinced but slow-going buyer gets In order fur openlnClul.IIIII'/ "* week. hunter 1 Is within easy reach of & the
East Coast shows that he Is enterprising. A sleepy
or court. Railway was delayed more excellent
ready to do business with you. Sometimes than an hour Tuesday morning In leaving out-of-date business man usually lias A five story addition< ball been built to fisherman has") the broad river;

-The ADVOCATE Is on sale at McXam- but not; always buyers clip or mark Jacksonville owing to the delay in a 011 toof.datotoodK./ ." There Is a deal of the New Kockledge hotel Hoc kludge, roiuls are here for thoso who wheel, ride J

ara & Dozier L'OD West Bay street, and ads for future reference.! But usually northern connection, having upward of truth In this lady's remarks. coctalnlng, cominodlou, sleeping room, or drive, boats and launches. galore, and

at Hotels Windsor Rathbun and Duvalj; they say, "Well, next month I'll get 200 soldiers for the barracks at Key West with private bath and on the lONer innumerable plates/ of Interest to yl..lt..
stand hat." Now next month If nil( Is ani .and hospitality. that there I III no mis
also at the Union Depot news your the St. Augustine correspondent of /floor a reception\ dance ball. a- .
For Hale
Jacksonville. At Titusvllle It is on sale not there to remind them they are likelyto says taking./ Tim 1'laita will bo more comfortable
the T.-U. The troops going through Mr. A. L. Marsh cashier of the hotel for It has
that ever existed and than ever this season,
at both drug store forget;\ you you I
then lose the good effects of your previous formed the advance guard of the regiment New stern-wheel steamer COft. long, Alcazar, accompanied by Mr*. Marsh( been fitted throughout with steam heat !
-Prof. Chas. B. Cory the founder of advertising. Naturally, when a of artillery ordered to that post. 10ft. beam, U-ln.;! draft; complete out and the children have arrived at St. Augustine Read l ad on 7th page.Wanted.

Canaveral Club, accompanied by his buyer wants an article badly and has tho At the station a short stop was made in fit; suitable for freight or pleasure; from the Hathaway Inn, Deal I

wife and daughter all of Boston, passed they buy on the spot. But buyIngon order! that the men might enjoy coffee team allowed lb0lbs.I : Beach! N. J., where Mr. Marsh had a
through 'Titusville Monday on board a price, often the prepared for them by Mr. Porter superintendent 3t Joir.f E. IfAnRM, very.uooestafulll4l&8an. to Hell,
the Is more exception
spot .
of the buffet service of the -
Beach I
Fla.
private car, en route to Palm InterestedIn than the rule. Now is the time to advertise St. Francis. The golf season In St. Augustine l Is J
where the Professor largely road. A first-class hotel at Tallahassee, Flu.;
and Year'sgoods -- -- -- --
Christmas New
the
than at other resort
your longer on
property, as well as being the ownerof CALL and /get your clothes dyed, cleaned Clirlntnia In", Coming, Kat Coast of Florida.any" It with one that I I. doing a llrst-clas business, I
the finest museum in Florida.. pressed or altered at bens and a good Investment for right man.
NOTHING BETTER THAN CHINAfor the opening of the Alcazar, took for I that I ama
: likes The only reason soiling
RoBERTILLJAlIff'! And on that occasion every one
,
FINEAPple and continue
FOR SMOOTH CAYENNE place on Thanksgiving day -
Christmas No and wish to out of business.
presents widow
grown-up to Cohen Bros'popular go
something new
Next to tent factory wear.
plants cheap, write to better line of China than ours. dry /good house Is the largest until the end of April. Mrs. F. R. LAtin

J. D. DELL, St. Petersburg Fla. CARROLL &; GOLDSMITH, Titusvllle. HAVE YOU SEEN' THE WALTON' and give more for the money than any Manager T. W. McCreary, of Hotel St. James Hotel, Tallahassee. Fla.

FOR SALE 10,000 VERY FINE Rapid Calker? If not call at the store house of this) description In the State.! Victory, Pnt-ln-Bay, Ohio, writes the

smooth Cayenne suckers at Chicago Wanted, of Jas. Prltchard &; Son, Tltusville. Tailor-made suit In all colors and style; ADVOCATE that he baA decided< not to Hoarding HOIIMO For Hale.
pinery St. Petersburg, Fla. It Is an article that should be In the : tailor-made and capes; black take a Florida hotel this winter as he

CHAS. WEIHMAJC, Manager. Information concerning the descendants possession of every boatbuilder and and colored Jackets for skirts of all could not make satisfactory! arrange -

of Isaiah Valleav and Mary Moore yachtsman. Read the testimonialsfrom kind of material; men's) and women's ment ills wife and daughter, however, A fir.t-class boarding house for salu.

For Sale. Isaiah Vallean born 1737 married In first-class: boatbullclers. knit and woven underwear, just the article will\ ,visit. Indian River Apply to C. llouknlght Titusvllle, Fla.

Bergen county, N. J., 1761, died 1779. to make a person feel comfortableat The ADVOCATE I Is In receipt of a very

Smooth Cayenne and Abbakka Pineapple Address.., M. L. B. N., Empty Sugar and Mice Harrela. this time of the year; silk of all neatly-gotten-np menu card for Thanksgiving ; Tniirliitu, '

.plants. Free from Insects and EAST COAST ADVOOATK Office. grade and all colors ranging: from 60o dinner at the Brown house, -

disease. Address For sale. Address to f 1.00 per yard, worth doable/ ; linen Oainenlll"t managed by )Ir. John S. Coming to Tallahassee Florida should

"Lakeside Pineries Stage and Ball-Iloom Dancing.Mr. WALTER A. MOORE.S for housekeeping of the choicest klnl.at Bowen. Tha guesta must have bad an not fall to stop at the Ht James Hotel

C. B. THOK.YIOS( Orlando, Fla. George St., Charleston S. C.. price never heard of before; bathrobes excellent dinner on that day, If we may for home and comfort. Cheap rates and

C. Constantine, 1237 Broadway wrappers, dressing *aque* and judge from the. numerous good thing flrst-elas fare
New York teaches the very latest European house gown, Just the thing for a Chnlltmu on the card.
Bean Crates moderate Seed For Sale. present And last, but not leant,
and American dances at the other numerous article are Mr. J. J. Wilkinson, manager of :NevIn THE BIO DRUG STORE" HelMey

Delivered to any landing on the Indian >rlees. Galty, skirt reels, jigs, cbaraoer 1000-to-l- bean seed, 1000 belt among*-oh I such belt; never the like seen *' River View hotel Merrl, arrived I Pharmacy Bay and Ocean streets, Jokonvllle -
and Eaa steps song and dance, skit, and all Refugee or and office Fl" Do not forget the address -
River, between Courtenay bushel f. b. Lotus.Bean before. Only at Cohen DrOll.' Mammoth In town Wednesday, gave our *
at $4 u.
dances Stage dancing per reliable
national taught. crop anti
GaUle, at ejcta. net cash. Write crate 6( eta. each. Dry Goods House, West Bay street, a pleasant call yesterday afternoon ere : Geo. Hughes' old
Geo. F. Paddison and ballets of every description. Lotus Fla. Jacksonville Fl.. leaving for Merritt. Mr. Wilkinson will\ drug business *.*
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' Ii I IH -. ENTRANCE HALLS. :EertC.: ."Cl.d.a Oi-iso. Seed.

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> pCATz. How to Brlnsr Out the Artistic sad Hacking I
Slide the Pro..le. Genuine Imported Tennerlffe stock(no cheap California seed). Best of testimonials -

Invitation The entrance hall Is not a place for from large planters. White and Red 20o per ounce, $3 per lb.,
the display of coats/ and bats and a postpaid, ready October 1st Onion Sets, Bermuda, ready now. White
, ', otblE heterogeneous mass of boots and shoes, There is noth- I and Keel :We quart, postpaid, $4.75 per bushel Also White Potato, Yellow,
I," umbrellas and walking sticks. Alas, + ing so bad for a Egyptian, Top, bilverskin aud Red, send for prices. Florida Rye,$:!.40 per
a\ to even In these days of progress and artistic cough as coughing bushel Georgia Rye. $1,50per; bushel. Florida 90 day Oats, OOcts per
I I bushel Texas Rust Proof Oats, 60cts; per bushel.
training Were are many wnlch 4 ;. It tears thetendermembrane
I1 Send for price list of all kinds of seeds
temlu'd
//1 one of nothing so much as an
1t old clothes shop directly one enters the of the throat and L. CAMERON. Seedsman,

t, ? l Wvrn'All front door. lungs, and the 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA
, In, order to Insure as much light as thus
,. wounds ,. .
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possible have the paint work Ivory -- -
white. Should there be plenty of win made attract the

jtI tIle world knows of the wonderful dows, l.1ark... olive green might be em germs of con Cement.I
jt cures which have been made by ployed. sumption. Stop German Portland
Lydia 1 K.; I'lnkham's Vegetable Compound
Should wlHh Increase cough by
to the your
I yet some women do not realize you. apparent ,
I Ii i that all that is claimed for it la absolutely size of the entrance ball this using the 'family
i h true. can be effected by a judicious arrangement remedy that has

6 -- If all suffering'women could be made of curtain, some veiling the been curing I am pleased to say that I can again offer my customers that Reliable
:; -I II to believe that Mrs. I'inkham ran do staircase, others depending from the coughs and colds Brand of German Portland Cement, the "HANOVER." This Is the
THE' BELGIAN HARE. all she says sire can, their suffering usual archllke adornment BO'otten to or and of cement used in building the gieat Croton Acquedactnnd also
,I I I would be at an end, for they wouldat be found in present day houses and for of every kind for the Ponce DeLeon Uotel.
.ovr n Crn. In the ffonthw.st.Rateed her advice and You
I once profit by be over sixty years.
W In Preference to Chickens.; cured. which we should be becomingly grate can't afford to be with G-E: I
I I In southern California. where ''lauII There Is no more puzzling thing than ful.When EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA.
I'I these are conspicuous by their out it.
that will suffer
l bare fad has become a craze as pervasive women great pain __ .
month after month when every woman absence It Is advisable to Invest In one -- ------- -- -
i DS the famous Dutch tulip mania knows of of thotfe white wood fixtures which
some woman whom Mrs. are :
-'i all sorts! of fancy prices are being I'inkham has helped, as the letters : so light and artistic In constructionthat AYTSPQoraI I H. A. HODGES....
I paid for choice strains of Imported Belgian from grateful women ure constantly I the transformation effected is Manufacture of

hares, Hays, the New York Herald. being published at their own request. nothing short of marvelous. From this

I In which appears the following: painful The same or derangements irregular periods which make with must be suspended serge or chenille ...1rr ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...

t Many men and women, too. In the dull backaches headaches curtains which accord harmoniously
and and UOUCJII AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Ciatcs
southwest Belgian hares dritfrplng'-down, sensations wjth the wall paper. There must be a I
I are breeding presently
their
contemplating shedding pineapples or or building In
one
into those serious inilummatlons pretty white wood table, while In preference Any oranges
i Il, for market. As a food product fetching develop i ai-y part of Florida, would do well to write for pi'Ices. The saw mills are locate.
of the feminine to chairs I would divan
which suggest a -
8 cents a pound, there. Is great organs at Buffalo Bluff near I'alatka, on the J., T. K. VV. Ry. Lumber delivered to am
completely wreck health. which may be merely a cabin loosensthe of of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff Fla.
profit In raising hares. The flesh of the .Mr*. I'inkham invites women to trunk, the lid covered with a large grasp yourcough. I part ,

!I Imported Belgian hares U finn, white write freely and confidentially to her cusMou and the whole upholstered In The congestionof _
about their health and the benefitof the throat and is
r and nearly as tender as frogs' legs or get bright cretonne. One or two frilled lungs I ESTABLISHED 1880.
II I! j chicken. The original Belgian hares her great of experience No with the sufferings cushions must rest against the wall. removed ; all inflammation -
women. living
personcan
I t were much conrser In fiber and the advise you so well. No remedy in As a receptacle for the umbrellas etc., is subdued; and the
Bond: Somber Co.
moat was reddish. After the Flemish the world has the magnificent recordof -\ cough drops away.

'j hares were crossed with the red rabbits Lydia E. I'inkham'M Vegetable Compound Three sizes: the one ,

I of England an excellent edible was for absolute cures of female dollar size is the cheapest Manufacturers of and Dealers in
ills. Mrs, Pinkhain's address is
Lynn,
promptly thrown on the British market. Mass. to keep on hand ;

11 Hares are now the poor man's turkey the SOc. size for coughs LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING,
1cpvI1I ,
and beefsteak, too, and "jugged" bare Thrco Letters from Ono { you have had for some ;

In as common on the other side as Woman, Showing l.owSI.e time ; the 25c. size for Houldinpa, Turning and Scroll Sawing/ ; Also Veneered and Sawed Orangeand
baked beans In New Kngluud. Sought Mrs. Pinkham's an ordinary cold. Vegetable Crates. We solicit coirespondence.
The pelts of the Belgian hares are '
useful for a variety of purposes, particularly Aid and was cured! of lIiyIjiljJI p "For 11 years I had a very' find Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills. at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y Yards RI
Suppression of tho Men- rough. Tim II ol'tur. uml everybody t DeLand and Tltusvillo.
for hats. Careful attention to else thought I lid n true cone. of
their coats hall led to the production of ses and inflammation of cnnutiii tion.,,'I lien 1 tried Ayer's -. -
('heny.tor !and It only took a
t4 fine, fleecy pelts, and an additional the varies U bottle and a half to curn me."

source of revenue for the breeders has ]) < Mils. I'INKHAM F. .UAKIOX MII.I.ER HANNE BROS....
I:AII have been Oct.28,1808. Camden,111.Y.Write .
been secured. In bed a year, Doctors say I have the riortnr. If you have any 12UM218 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
These Imported Belgian haws are ex female] weakness. 1 have a bud.dlschui'gu complaint whatever and daatre| | the
11 littersof and much l h..nt modl<'al 1 Advice,write the Voewrfro"IIR't
tremely prolific. Commonly soreness across my .
9 young of two to a dozen each, are ovaries, bearing-down pains and have ; : C. AVER' Lowell,;1.... Liquor and Wine Merchants

i born each year to a doe. A pair of notuiuustruatedforayear.: Doet.orslay
hares will live tor_six or eight years.. the menses will never appear again.Ilopn IDEA Volt ENTRANCE HALL.. .-- .. ".. ,.. ,
to hear from J. .
They are hardy and thrive well In almost YOII-IIII1H F. of callers there flight I be a china stand, -- Case and Trade Solicited
BROWN, llolton, Knns., April 1, 1898. e Jug -
any part of this country. They but this must not be a prominent fen- GRAFTED.

are easily reared. Their provender Is ;your DKAK letter.1\1 liS.I have 1'INKIIAM-I taken one received bottle lure.A Wholesale Distributors' of Lemps'' St. Louis Beers.

plentiful and Inexpensive, consisting l and a half of your Vegetable Com standard or hanging lamp, a palmor ,
Chiefly of white oats, 'lettuce, carrots pound, and used two packages of two will complete the furniture,
i and green food generally. They are \Vawh, and feel stronger and better.your while the walls must be further adorned Orange Trees. OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.

fiery cleanly In their habits and subjectto I can walk a few stept, but could not with a few !good, engravings/ In nr-Call or send for Prices.
few alluicnts. before taking your Compound. I still white frames, a white funned mirror I -.
In the west many families raise Belgian have the discharge Rim am tore, across and a small hanging bookshelf In I -- --- -. ---' -
hares In preference to chickens. the ovaries, but not no bud. Everyone white wood to coutaiu time tables etc. II I /600) each, Tangerine, Grapefruit, Pineapple -
thinks' look better since : S.6.ee M.P .sON" dt Co.
These bares do not burrow, so no deep 'yourVelletablel'ompound.MII.J.taking.F. Should, dark oak. be chosen for the TIomivHnsBfi Ruby, Parson Brown,

remarkably UKUWK, llolton, Kaus., Aug. 13, 18B8. take woodwork the place old of] oak the: white furniture would St. Michael, Majorca and MAndarin, on -1 m port ei a nnd Wholesale Dealer In-
DEAR MRS. ]'INItIlAM-I think It Is
hand of a stranger readily.. 'In consequence my duty to let you know the gogd that It In In the rear of the hall that we 5 and 0 year old sour stock, 4 to 5, and /5

they have become great pets Lydia K. I'lnkhaiu'H Compound has intuit discover some place. for the bestowal to 7 feet, branched. Wines Liquors and Cigars

with children. A pair may be bought done me. After 1 took three bottles. of the masculine overcoats The and bent trees in Florida..
an low as CO cents and a child of 10 menses appeared, and began to feel should the master of the house consider largest ,

can raise them from Infancy. They stronger and all my pain was gone. It necessary to his happiness to keep
are as alert and playful as the traditional Yours in the only medicine that ever his outdoor\ garments down stairs.If O. W. Conner JT'oxvncl.cil.o: : 3Eta.ro: 3Etyo.Distlllefl '

t wild hare of Kngland, but are helped the me.house I am, something able now( I to did workaround notexpl'ct there be. no recess of an accommodating OCKLAWAIIA, FLORIDA. by Femdalo Distilling Co., Second District of Kentucky; aged in

not suitable for coursing or hunting. to nature, doubtless a corner maybe heated warehouse and absolute arid,
dougaln.-Mlls J, F.BROWN, \pr-re free from all adulteration These goodsare
Though much and heavier found which can be fitted with triangular MAINHARD BROS.
larger a
Hultoii Kans.Jan. ,
is ,
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pronounced by all connoisseurs to be without an equal, and are regarded. by the
than the ordinary hare and with longer piece of board and screened bya
Three Mora medical faculty ns superior to all others for the or Invalid. .
Letters
from .. line
behind which the
G logs, they do not scamper with the serge curtain coatsand and
DyeingEstablishment
lest of the wild species. They are fast Ono Woman, Relating how huts may hang In peace. Cleaning KEKNDALE RYE is put up In plain cases: containing no marks whatever, FOUR

printers, however, as their only defense She was Cured Irregular Clone by must stand a combined seat FULL QUARTS in each cane, and delivered! to you all charges: prepaid, at the following -
Is their speed but they do not Menstruation and boot cupboard. This miiy be easily 12 Newnau St., Clothing prices per case:

burrow or double, as the wild ones do. oorrhooa and Backache., Lou- wilde by a curpunter or roughly Improvised cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. Ferndale A, 7 ;years old, $;J.O.! Ferndalo, A A, 8>! years old, 370..

through their subterranean galleries. from an empty! cu.se. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Ferndalo, A A A, 10 years old, $4 2l>. Money refunded Is not entirely sitttallod.CO. .
jI The largest. animal denier In this DKAB MRS l'INKJlA t-.I am suffering .
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city llYs:"Tbp..e. hares brood so rapidly and need. ,your aid. I have pains HARRY:: MASON:: :: & .

and cost so little to raise that some of in both sensation sides of the in the womb groin.and a dragging Menstruation (- THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE State Agents.JACKSONVILLE 301tt)7JO311: ) : West Bay Street, Mason Block

those first In the field must be making irregular and painful ; have : I FLORIDA

money."The Belgian hare meat Is a cross leucorrluea and swelling, bearing-down of the pains abdomen., soreness Patented in the United States, Great Britain and Canada. --_ -. _n ,, __ .__ _

.I between venison and mutton. In Germany headache backache; nervousness, am
hares have been an article of can neither eat nor fcleep."-MBS. CAR FOR $3.SO. .
,
food for u long time. They cook them ale 1'Hit.i.irs, Anna, 111., July 19, 1897. F ,isg (k rr.

i with port or sherry, and the dish l Is fit "DKAH MRS. PlrsuAM-I want to 1 r.q I S Sent to us by Express postoffice order or New York Exchange, we will
to set before a king./ thank you for what you have done for '- ( a sen d you by Express, CHAKUES PKEFAID,
"Many people think hares and rabbits me. When 1 wrote to you I was 't
4MP
n'i t' aa
total FOUR FULL
wreck. Since taking QUARTS
tl are one and the same thing. These your Vegetable 0
tc
Compound, Liver Pills Its
and Sanative =
3
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Belgian hares are 1 Me fellows, weighing .
Wash
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my nerves are stronger Po. Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
seven or eight imunda. Those who and more steady than ever before, bad ==a $
nave eaten rabbit stew do not know my bnekach and those terrible painsare o :1
how much bettor Belgian bare Is." /gone. Before 1 took youi medi : : Calhoun Pure
,1 cine I weighed less than one hundred wbl Ts Rye Whiskey

and thirty pounds. I now oS
Tarnlp !lowl.... weigh one
hundred and fifty-five pounds. Your We shin In PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to indicate contents (which will avoid' all comment.
To be valuable either for the kitchenor medicine is a godnmd to weak g. .) W fien you get: It anil I tent It. If It In. not mitipfartnrv/ return it lOt OI'R EXPENSE and
pour r
for stock turnips should be grown women. I would like to ask pH ::. your$3.21will: cheerfully refunded. This Whl_kev Is aM irnml n.any '5 00 eoixlH.' in tho market.
you why We are clew-at Imnd and can Rive: QUICKER DELIVERY have
thnn We
o you distant houses.
quickly. This. means good soil and I cannot have 2s hem ..
a child. I have been a .Intnlf sinthiscity: an,1 at the .me stnndfor over III RJo.iI-:
plenty of moisture. Good soil does not married nearly threeyears.-MRs.CAR- I 0!XI :c:: Men the VMNSIHIL1TY editor' of this AND R ;1'UTA1'IOX lor honest dealing,we rerer YOn[ to Sy merchontTiere! orto
quite mean rich soil though richness Is RIB PHILLIPS Anna, 111., Dec. 1, 1897. paper.
an Important element. More Impor- DEAR MRS. ['INKII4M-I did just alYOl Yt"p o SOLOMON & LEVI,

tant, however, la good tilth, producedby advised me, and now I am the = S 102S) & 10:10: First Avenue,
frequent previous stirring. This Is happy mother of a fine baby girl. I P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA
the reason that turnips do well on potato believe I never would have had her
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without your Vegetable Compound. NOTICE-We pay Express: Charges: t<>all Points reached', bv: "SOUTHERN!: EXPRESS COM
ground from which "
early potatoes :Mas. CAURIB PHILLIPS PAN Y, hut to points on linns of other Express (Companies whets
Anna 111., Jan. W +- we prepay only to points
iA
: Southern Expraes
Lave been removed. 87, 1899.Proof\ Company transfers to said other Express. Company.
In the cool, moist climate of the ,

a In British spring Isles Here turnips, with are our usually much higher sown Womb that Is Falling Overcome of the by In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States. o =: AS" E3 J:... -0IMI: :: & C 0 .

summer<< temperature<< It Is best to de- Lydia E. Pinkham's all ate W. nay st., JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.ill.
Vegetable For Sale by
fer the sowing until July or August.
Compound Jas. Pritchard & Son
This leaves but a short season for ,
growth, and hence the necessity for DEAR MRS. I'IN"HA"Vben I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
the best conditions of soil. wrote to 'you some time ago, I had _
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suffering from,
Some of ,the best kinds for kitchenare falling of the
womb for many years without obtain
White Egg and Purple Top Strap ing relief. Was obliged to wear a :The Nation'sBest

Leaf, the former rather preferable. bandage all the time ; also had bad "San Mateo" l
Cloudy weather Is most desirable for headache and backache felt tired and R
owing. In hot sunshine the seed Is worn out. After taking BX: bottles of Cigar. _
j often injured so that It falls to ger- Lydia. E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Com -

II nlnate. A good time Is Immediately "'discarded pound and four boxes of Liver Pills, I It;'.... nilFlorid / L wt f fV
my bandage and have .
after a Ihower'which has not left thesoil not '
had to wear It since. I \BIUK&M *
j am entirely
too wet to work well. Immediately :.
curd. -MRS. J.l'. TKOCTMAN, Box 44, m
before rain Is good time. If the
a
a Hamilton, Ohio. Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with
but If the
rain doe not fall to come
i "DICAR: MRS. PINKHAM-For nearly opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-cent:
rain Is too heavy the seed U liable to
two I
t years wo* unable to work. 1
lie washed out of place. wan very weak and could not stand on price? t 'rt m'.i' wFJ

Care Is required In order to avoid my feet but a few minutes at a time. FREE BY MAIL TO ANY Boxof25.. $1.00 sasass
I the common error of baring the plants The doctors said I had falling and in*
so numerous as to crowd each other. tJammaUon! of the womb. I began to ADDRESS....../ Box-of oo.i .*I.TSSAN

1 As I soon aa the seed la sown It should DM Lydia K.+ Pinkham's VegvtableCom- '
pound, and after using five bottles I S. w. :eO'\i\/LE- Four Full Quarts
fee lightly covered with a rake or by /..I like new woman."-Maa. p. N. Delivered for $3.20.

drawing brush over the m arfaNa Bl-k**. Confluence. W. Va. MATEO, FLA.
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Professional Cards. BAD BLOOD, GROWING STRAWBERRIES.. I JOHNSON LAW COMPANY.


M BOBBINS, of Exr Tlmn.. by I'rofeaaor -
GEO. A !Snmmnrr >*
BAD CO WLEXION.The H... of New llitinpanlre. EDISON LALANDE,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR The culture of strawberries la the SAMPSON NO. 3,

AT-LAW. skin is the seat of an almost end game both for borne and themarket.. and DllV) BATTERIES,

will practice in State and United States less variety of diseases. They are known The strawberry docs well wherever FOB GAS ENGINE IGNITION. t1aI1 i1 ders :
by various names, but are all due to the drain- f9
Court. given good cultivation, proper f an
same cause, acid and other poisons in
Office at TITUSVILLK, FLA. the blood that irritate and interfere with age and plenty of fertilizer In available wwSMM.1r 4 aP! '-.
the proper action of the skin. form. ) -
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GAULDEN, To have a smooth, soft skin, free from Well rotted manure, bone meal and ll ; r .t I (
D.L. all eruptions, the blood must be kept pure
wood ashes (or some of the potash f
and healthy. The of
preparations
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, arsenic and potash and many the large numberof Bolts) lire considered tbe best ter-

in all the Cunrta of the State face powders and lotions generally tilizers.
ot Florida, and the United States Courts.F. used in this class of diseases cover up Fall plowing mulching with manure

.O Box,238. TITUSVILLE, FLA. for a short time, but cannot remove per and thorough preparation of soil be-

Money Loan. 18 manently the ugly blotches and the red, fore setting plants are the first! steps In
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disfiguring pimples. strawberry growing.A +t -

:M. GOLDSMITH, eternal vigilance /. tho prlooof crop of clover or other green manure Invosted In our Contracts ,

a beautiful complexion known to be free from insects! $130 Payable $1.25 per week

ATTORNET-AT-LAW: when such remedies are relied on. will, when plowed under, prove of e for 104 weeks ;
Mr. II.T. "'hobt17<>.4 Lucn Avenue St. X.ouU great value to the crop. S, Will 1
Mo, daughter wan afflicted for yean ,
Hays My fit
' .A
TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA. with. disfiguring eruption on her face which Yef Return $240. :
resisted all treatment fehe was taken, to two
celebrated health spring, but received no bene Full line of Electrical: Supplies. You :
J. WEBB, fit. Many medicines. were prescribed, hut without
F. result until we decided to try S. 8. S..and bylhetimethehrstbottle JOHNSON LAW CO

a A TTORNEY.A T.LA W, began toduuppcar. A waa dor.cn nniimedt bottle .cure tion her 9d1 n T 33&:51 W. Forsyth St. Jacksonville. Mutual Fidelity Co.
completely aim left her akin perfectly aiuooth i
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th Site irt now seventeen years old.and not a sign ol -- ,
the embarrassing disease baa ever returned."
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents S. S. S. is a positive unfailing cure for of Baltimore Md. i I
and rents and accounts collected. ,
the worst forms of skin troubles. It is >l d
TITUSVILLE, FKOBIDA the greatest of all blood purifiers, and the OgQTreo g M. J. SLIGH Manager for Florida.

only one guaranteed purely vegetable.Bad (
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bad No. S Park Ittilldlng, Jacksonville Florida.
blood makes complexions. -- ------- ---- ---
A.D.. PENNEY, purifies and invigorates -
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the old and 4
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, S S S makes new, rich blood When you take Into consideration the
that nourishes the time and money spent} In blinking trees O. L. I E: 1E NE :

TITUSVILLK FLORIDA. body and keeps the Into fruiting, It looks foolish to plant any ,

Will practice in all the courts of the 7th akin active and healthy and in proper tJdp u but the \best; doet-n't It?
its towards
condition to perform part Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions
Judicial Circuit. carrying off the impurities from the body Wo glow the kind you want-ulnce18S2 i

If you have Eczema, Tetter, Acne, Salt we have miidu specialty of Htrirtly!

A. MORGAN Rheum, Psor asia, or your skin is rough high {11'Udl'lIl-. Our catalogue, ; gives Locos Gloves, UnibielliM, and Mateilal\ for Fancy Work, /r
FREDERICK and pimply, send for our book on Blood wSRA1cDYWINE
full descriptions and prices of all the
and Skin Diseases and write our physicians I
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, about your case. No charge whatever prominent klndit. Waite for one-It's free Prompt attention given to mail orders.Tills 1I 1

for this "en ice.
Notary Public. ATLANTA QA. BOBACH NO. C. HAVICHtJkND. I
SWIFT SPECIFIC! COMPANY Glen St. Nurseries
Collections Coarse manure may be plowed under Mary Is one of tho oldest and most sellable IIOIIHON In ,Jnrksol1vlllo.11 tho latest I II'jLltN'II11
Typewriting, Stenography.
with Rood results, provided it Is ap- I
TITUSVILLE FLA. THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD be well doconi mid /Stylo.
piled early enough to G. L. Taber, Prop.

posed by planting time. Florida 101 West liny" "Street, corner of Laura JACKSONVILLE, KLA.UKOKUK .
GLENt MARY ;
T7 M. TAYLOR Or Our Saviour. In Art. Spring set plants give the brat results I

Cost nearly IOUOO( <) to produce. Con ; where fall set they should. be We also have a full_ line of|general nursery ntut'k_____ \
TEACHER OF VOCAL MUSIC AND tainH nearly 100) full-page. ; engravings; of grown especially for that purpose ---- ------- -- ;MA IX. JOHN MARX

Saviour and Ills Mealier tho email being most commonly used. '
our by pots
:MUSICAL ELOCUTION. Towers' Hardware Co
woild's giualeHt piiliitcrfl.. True copies Where plants are grown by bill culture 1VI.A.H. 13RC: S.
In classes private lessons. Sight readIng of the greatest Masterpieces' In the art they are usually set In rows 3 or ,

a Specialty. Terms reasonable. galleries; of Europe. Every picture In aM Si/j feet npart and ono foot apart in the Wholesale Doalors! In
beautiful as the sunrise' the
over hilltops.
row, all runners and blossoms being
'TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Contains description of the paintings,
GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE
off the first
kept season. ,.
biography of the painters, the names ,
and locations of the galleries In Europe In matted rows the rows are from -_
A. WOULEY -
GEO. where the originals may be seen. Also 8\4 to 4 feet apart and plants are set 131: 'HI'"t; :; : 1I"'y Ntrtiet sad n end II NBWIIHII. Street, i
contains Child's Department, including from IS to 18 inches in the row, according I
ATTORNEYATLAW.General .
a Child's Story of the Christ and Ills to variety and width of row. JACKSONVILLE: FLA, ,
practice in State and FederalCourts. Mother, beautifully written, to fit each .
is
Fruiting one season only usually IIIIIIIII'Il' ul" 0HI 0//

receive. All prompt business attention.entrusted will in picture.Its purity This and wonderful beauty, appeals book, matchless to advocated by best growers. It Is leas ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY./
every
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_
work and more profitable to set a newt __
General .Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, mother's heart, and In every Christian I -- -- -- -- --- -- -
d than to 'old
renovate an one. p pIII ,
Miami. home where there are children the book It Is necessary to protect the plants We are headquarters for all kinds of Sond and Eating Potatoes! and Cow Peas; t
sells itself. Christian
and
MIAMI FLORIDA. men womenare "uaranteetlj1enulne. also a full line of Irvin and, ,
In winter by mulching with some ma- ; curry Hay, Food. We want I
making: money rapidly taking: orders your Oranges and Vegetables live liS..a tilal and you will be plcaiied. i f
ANDREWS A Christian man or woman can In this terlAl, such as straw, marsh hay, pine

JAMES community soon make $1,000( taking; orders I needles, pine boughs, coarse manure, MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, FI*. 1
ATTORNEYATLAW.Offices for Christmas presents. Mrs. Waite etc., to protect from heaving. mr: We only Hell to Dealers

: TITUSVILLE and FORT PIERCE. our agent In Massachusetts, has sole 1 Failure to get a maximum crop frequently III fl' ___ _h_ _____ __. I
over .5,000 worth of the books In a very comes trom Improper fertilize
Office open at Ft. Pierce on 2nd and 4th short time. Mrs. Sackett, our agent; In
tlon. Have at leant one row in
Fridays of each month. New York, has sold over .10; <) worth of everyfour 1111] I I IIhi IIIIIIPdumfli)
of a perfect flowering val'lety.The TORTURE !
Notary Public State at Large. the books in a very short time. The
I
practical generally
book is printed on velvet-finished' growers
beautifully bound In Cardinal Red anti agree upon the merits of the following

STEPHEN E. FOSTER, gold, and adorned with golden 1'0110111\011 varieties' : Beverly, Brandywine, Bu the danarer. anti dis
Union. It Is, without doubt, the most bach. Clyde Crescent, Greenville Ilav BESIDES
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, beautiful book of title century. Write erland Lovett and Warfl ld. BLUE-FLAME OIL STOVES. of Blood Dis
for terms quickly and ,got: the the Burning:and ItchIn8' -
: management
has of value
Irrigation proved great
Rooms and Gardner
4:20 423 COOK
Building, of that territory. You can workon wherever tried.Summer. STOVES, Skin Eruptions are amongthe l 11 l

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. salary or commission, and when yon Sasb, Doors and Blinds, Builders' Hardware most acute tortures. The

prove your success we will promote you Prnnlnir If....... .
SAMUEL T. SnAYLOII, QOUUON R. BROOME. to the position of Manager: and Correspondent Blackberries and raspberries should Sporting Goods, Cutlery strongest systems soon collapse r ii
at permanent salary, to devote under such agonies. I
OUAYLOR & BROOME, time be stopped when the new growth has Tiuwaie Agricultural Implement,
your to attending/ to agents
and the coirespondence. Wanted also a reached three to four feet depending Houfie Furnishings, Etc. P P P (Llpptnan's Great t

ATTORNEVS-AT-LAW. State Manager to have nharge; of nflice In on varieties. To develop the fruiting Call or Bend for our (prices e Remedy) is a safe

Will practice In all the Courts of the leading city of the :Mate and manage; aU Bide branches I have found it Important ::114 East Bay; /St.: and certain cure for I

business of the :State. /bund for terms to stop the new growth on the JACKSONVILLE, FrA every Skin Disease, whether tor
State. Office In Law Exchange
Address, Cuthbert when It reached above and
taring disfiguring humiliating t
,
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. TRIO BKiriSH-AMEiucA.v: Co.
beyond the fruiting stems; also to cutout
Corcoran lll Washington 1>. C. pimply or blotchy-In fact, from
Treasury : ,
W. CRAVEN, Boon! as they are done fruiting. It nlete Establishment South
F. pimples to the most distressing t
gives room for the new wood to keep r.J
and S. HACKER & SON ecxemas and every humor of the
DENTIST. an upright position destroys very CEO. ,
TETTERINECURES many lice and other Insects that infest blood, whether simple, scrofulous ,
Castle Hall, 111 West Forsyth Street.
the old cane. Currants and goose or hereditary.

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. berries need prunnlng .. soon as the > Purifies the blood

ECZEMA fruit la gathered. Cut out all surplus P 1 P builds up the weak

w. ALLEN old wood It may have lice on 1 It, of,
GEORGE -I had a severe attack of Eoi m.., and debilitated, I IIfl
la the stalk the larva of the stalk
and after using other remedies with T e. strength to weakened (

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, no b.u.nt, 1 used T.tlerln. Two borer. nerves, expels diseases, and In.tea t'' J
Bplrea folia, lilac forsythta
KEY WEST, FLORIDA. box** mad a complete cur." prunl s. health and happiness where ,
Holomon Cohen,Savannah,O*. and all the early flowering shrub
Will practice In the United States want cutting back severely ImmedI-- sickness and despair once shut

and State Courts. 0jun95T P'r1oe IOc.nta.keep If 1 IF.your writ drngglat to don't ately after blooming so that they have out the light of life. I

J. T. Shuptrine Savannah, Ga. time to develop new wood and flower Bold by all Druggists. fi aMottle

O. FRIES C. E. set ,_,.,... bods on them before winter. Others | six bottles, $3. ;
J. want shaping to make them pleasing

COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land -- to the eye and sometime for their LIPPMAN BROTHERS
legally surveyed and sub-divided. own good. IMANUFACTURERS OF Sole PvoprI.tor.I sLSmeAlr

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for Roses need the pruning shears at Intervals Doors, Sash, Blinds, BLOCK, SAVANNAH, CIA.
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed VirginiaHomesYou all summer. Cut back tbe

lines a specialty. blossom stalks when the blossom falls Moulding & Building Material -- .- .-

TITUBVILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. and let It start a new blossoming stalk:
Poison Yourself With ?
learn all about Virginia Lands, Instead of blind wood. In this way Cflice; Warerooms King, opposite Why Quinine

N. S. BURJTHAM, M. D. Its resources, products, mode of cul you may have not only Jane rouse, but Cannon Street.Charleston II la bad for your dlveitloOtM ...ry aulTvrar from shillu and fever noWII.
roses nearly all the time till sharp
SURGEON SPECIALIST, tlvatlon, prices, etc, by reading: the freezing weathers-Charles Black New S. C. JOHNSON'S CHILL & FEVER TONIC
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts.( I
Ear Nose and Throat. for a months mibscrlptlon to the Jemey. Sash Cord and la a hundred tlnioi better and c1tM1eln a atnl''I. dAY that which low and nnc..r>
Weights .\loin ..
lain quinine ct toss not tnn. It gently atlmiilnUM liver coil Kl Farmer Co., Emporia Va. A Gem Among Chi.... Prlmr_ x>that they do Ibetrduty and It pliu-a* tb pntlont bnyonil lb.danger point
WEST PALM BEACH, FI.OBIDA. Among recent Introductions of thep Hardware. In aanrt quinine takeedicaes. : ton days. It ourci oliatliiAt: cases. ot lever
Marriage Paper.Pabinha: that quinine naTr auras.
; noose family a writer in &reehaD'1IlIonthly 0
-If you are In search of bargains, 4 t Thousands of advertiser to ..1_ has mentioned Primula' slet- Window and Fancy Class
-t from Wealthy pntron Jntrodua It Costs COo. If It Curos; Not Ono Cent If It floes Not.
read the ADVOCATE columns carefully. ,4&f tine Formal.and A*......0.1. 1U0 wort Lala\ as one of the best. The foliage
ad. fr_to ladle*. Sample copy aSOCIAL A SPECIALTY.
Is dark purple In color. The NOTHING ELSE NEEDED IN FEVERS.
.ab AMERICAN T.I.do.Ohl.. very ...
tt
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"HOW TO DO BUSINESS flowers are pure white and about one

Great Big tikf. all tnaereutNewspapenand of UK Inch In diameter, produced on tiers BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE I A. D. CIRARDEAU, SAVANNAH, CA.

OB THB "Miuiailnvn Mint. upon rmwlnl of IM for 1M........ one above the other reaching over 20 -- -- ---
Retail MerchandisingBy Toledo' Adv. Bureau St.Clair At.Totedo'Y.SEED' --
Secretjof r Success In it Inches in height. The plants flower -- -- -

GEO. N.llcLEAY.-: much longer than the slnensla type. PABLO BY THE SEA r IVl':ItYe
The :Moat Cumlreb..natve| Practical and Vahl-l The seed should be sown In April in A
able! Treatise on jliialneM and How to "Successfully light soil to get good sized plant and

A text lx It book,ever of publlnhed.practical hint, mien and ex givens little more son than Is usual Turnout of all de crlp- 4A .(.1UD.4IIUiL9ES,

terflowoldandexperieuced everyone but no dertveabsolute nut for sinensls.Ir TRADE Manns
cannot
IIACWAOK Trunnfor
Ions
DCSIONSCOPVRIOMT :
positive value from its tcacbln *-
and _... In Va.. Ac. J
while to the young novice it U a hand book and *
treasure of indispensable TaJua." Nothing embellishes\ a flower like: Its Anions MfliUna1 a kirtch and<1..rr1t>tli>n mar TRAPS, HAULING, Etc.
2s Grand Chapter: :. Agent; Wanted. Fall Always cheaper Rose should have nothing qnl'-Mlr' asr rtain our op/neu free. fnmmnnlrwLpmS whMbvr an J r
Agent; outfit,including the f:1 book on receiptof In the and than ay..de own foliage. Invsnelnn trlntlrmia M prnbnblr: SURREYS
|1. Book idle to every,storekeeper. ''n all that only oust ball eS much.r more, nor lily of the valley, tulipsor ,r_ Ulde.t ruraamrliiirpawnfa. ,
Un.... Postpaid I on receipt of $J. Address Tested. true to name, fresh cod bulbous plants or chrysantbe- p lm>t* ta n armor'r. Munn ,k t:... r.o In t
JEKFERSOX JACKSON reliabl Alwayseh M.t. Ask ) any .p.ri ebicago. 111. If the cbysanthemum foliages
at.5 Dearborn street, no others.was. nutns.
fur k'.rry.-take Jlm rf\an.
toe Ito Seed assmj.a : not good, cut some that Is. Anything Scientific VICTORIAS'I Y-: Pablo Beach. FIA.
tr As an advertising medium, no Ir. rsaar r 0.. else would be ridiculous. But carnations A handsomely llln.r HKl W |Iy. lanr..t p.
beat the .M.M4 YLa. relation, "f .ny .
paper on the East Coast can and smFLK'z&rZi'xXJx --- -
are weak In foliage spray

and ADVOCATE.be convinced Give of us the a pink trial paper advt.*, of Asparagus IIprenll:rerl will go well MUNN& Co."IB".lNeYlforkUraacb ::'' k The ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.

floral .
worth. ,with them, uyv a authority. v tQ r 8C. .


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EAST COAST DECEMBER 7 1900.
_A _ -_ _ -- __- _ADVOCATE_ ____ _, ______________________ _

.

,; EAST COAST ADVOCATE. LYNCH-LAW. liTHE COOPER & McKEE REFRIGERATORS.,. This is to Merchants.And .

--- Putting men to death without

,I ."SKLY.JO\1BIU.L DBVOTBD TO TRB Data. due process of law is always to be Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.We .
OPMBMT O. THB INDUS BIVBB, LAO The only first-clans Ice v
WORTH AND BISOATME' BATIBOTIOHS.PUBLISHED condemned, no matter what tbe nature
of the crime committed may
chests and refrigerators on do a strictly wholesale business. Our prices are right as we study
EVERY FRIDAY be. But on tbe other hand, due
consideration, should be given to the market, with all the them. We fill orders the day they are received. We know what In-
,
.Addresi all communication to the intense anger aroused becauseof latest improvements. rytd r dian River Merchants need, and carry just such a stock. Our travelingmen

t EAST COAST TITDIVILLB ADVOCATE FLORIDA.IX. ./ tbe commitment of certain crimes visit the Indian River territory every month. We' are liberal In

,I ___ ___ .- .. .... ___ ..-- .-- -- that puta tbe criminal practically our dealings. We quote prices and send samples. Try us when In
outside the of Justso
pale humanity. CHARCOAL 8UEATIIING
; ,,JI., 8. Department of AgricultureN long as fiends, in human form, need of goods. We can and will please you.

Weather lliircuu-.Jupiter, Fla. continue to infringe upon the chastity LINKS. J, i4d 9 ;''i
N 1 of our women there will be h'I i p '
The following is a comparative statement GALVANIZED IRON Eenedict Pollak & CO.
law will
of temperature and rainfall for the lynchings, and lynch not, ,
j' week ending Tuesday, Due. 4, 1000.ifNlll in these cases, be confuted to any SHELVES AND u 4

I''I -1890- particular section of the country. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
I'
DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. The of negro' in INSIDE LINKING. r ,
recent burning a '
uJ' 91Li 111''I ---------------- -- '-- -
Nov. IiIN'' jq
the usual crime Is IIb ; ;,,
Colorado for ,
28 73 78 02 DOUBLE DOORS ON Ill
an 78 C4U( 71 ((12 proof of the above proposition, andit TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
30 70 COon 70 60 ia also well known that negroes TOP. LOCK ON I.OWEn

Deo. have been driven out of Pana, 111.,
,, 1 77 74 61 DOOKS.WHITE .
2 77 fi.'l: 71 CO for a much smaller offense. Human
4 Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
b 3 76 (fill 70 fit nature Is practically the same every ,
4 82 67 76 157 where, 'and when put to the test, FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST. '
h
i Total rainfall for the week: ..10 men of one section are found to be
Departure from normal rainfall for the -We also carry a complete-
In much like Vitrified
every particular very Paving and Sidewalk Brick
.....
LfciF week: minus .50 Inches. Departurefrom ,
h normal rainfall since January 1, their brethren elsewhere. In a re- Line of the Celebrated Odorless Refrigerators.
minus 4.88Inehos. cent issue of the Chicago Inter-
Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville Florida. No. 262.
I Telephone
l UAL. P. IIinniN, Observer. Ocean we notice where the Methodist -

i r ministers of that city, are moving Write us for prices on anything in our line J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager,
I the President of the United
OKANOE are said to be
; growers
troubled with bugs, and that the States to adopt drastic- measures E. F_ OLA..JR. ------_.---- -.-------

trees are more or less injured Income for the suppression of lynchings. 9

1 sections. The: rest of us are Evidently the intentionaof the rev- FURNITURE, CARPETS, MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS, MeMurray Baker

Buffering somewhat from humbugs. erend gentlemen are good, but it ,

seems to us as if they have commenced Jct4ohlsontvillo: : FJ..a.

___ __ ._
the end of tbe
at so m
THE immense crowds attendant wrong 220 and 222 East hay Mohawk Block. Jacksonville Fla.
upon Gala' Week in Jacksonville, lution. Disease can only be checked ESTABLISHED 1875.
when the ia removed and Headquarters for-
indicates a good healthy conditionof cause '

temporal affairs throughout the if lynchings are to be suppressed \Nro.: .. ::SO-C-eS az CO. Material Vehicles '
State. People are good financial the crime leading up to them Is the Wagon Harness Bicycles
,
i barometers.! It they have first thing that should engage the
money GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
+ attention of reformers. We and Sundries."KELLY" .
la + they go, if not, they stay at home. regretto -

say that almost invariably, here 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
tofore the lynching has been condemned SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheelsat
t TnE island of Guam suffered Severely
handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of nay
by a typhoon on Nov. 29th. by the northern preset, but Corn, Oats, Flour Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anddark short notice.
the crime that caused it has hard- at wholesale. State for Fertilizer Co.
Tygert-Allen
There has been great loss of life to agents .. ..
the islanders! and the U. S. cruiser ly been mentioned. Why ie this? Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analyuli,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer,Pare Ground - --
Bone,Nitrate Soda, Muriate Potanh. Sulphate Potash, Kalnlt eto. These fertiliser* have no i_ .Ei_ _U:. a ttlllT
Yosemite was driven from its moorings Can it be possible that human life superior In the market,and trial will convince Send for Catalogue: free.

has, been these reformers .
and wrecked. This has proven regarded by --
a disasteroua year for floods\ and as more sacred than feminine WEST PALM] 1U ACII. '
i iI
tides. virtue? Is the life of a black or .The Froebel Academy. ,

.. .. white brute who has violated every .
.
instinct of humanity more sacred The Palms WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.'A I
THE political. wiggle.tall may A Modern School and School
High Boarding I
serve a useful purpose, but it does than the innocent victim who ia tlrst-dnss hotel, ltl1l\ted.on beautiful Lake I II i I II
unmit- forced to suffer the consequencesof opposite Koal PoincianA. Electrlo lights: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
not keep him from being an electric belle bathe, etc. Manager clerk cooks and waltioHKonfrom the White
igated nuisance lie is always hia base passions? Anyone who and Apply for catalogue; to '
Mountain hotels. Rates, $2: $2.50 $3 per day. Special rates by the week.MEKKITT
can answer In the affirmative is .
p around In the vain
squirming en- PE1.0F.: JT. :EJ:. :a=.EPPLEB.
-- -- ,
either grossly lacking in character
deuvor to do something that will\ ,
or else is too shallow. to recognizea Merrttt's Island. PRINCIPAL.
cause the people to pat him on the
back, and it is perfectly immaterialwith moral proposition when he sees it. 3 a .. ; 1:1: !:ir.. -

him whether he wounds a Then why consume, much ink in. Nevins'' Rivemew Hotel OX INDIAN R1VEK.MERRITT.

i friend the condemnation of lynch law,
or not. ills ambition must FLA.
be sated irrespective of the feelings without once denouncing tbe horrible HAMMOND PACKING CO.
On High Pine Land. Health, comfort and sport. No better Hunting
crime that caused it?
of others. Why and Fishing In Florida. Sulphur /Swimming Bath. Fine yachting.; (Formerly The G. U. Hammond Co.)

tI I not start a crusade against the J. J. WILKINSON, Manager. OUR SPECIALTIES :

THE anti-vice committee, of New fiends who perpetrate their vile acts', _..
; I York, has commenced vigorously and stop sympathizing with them --- -- "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

{ the prosecution of their work. when angry citicen reek vengeance IT !la \said! that Mr. DaCosta, of you this evening. On receipt of instruments "Coin Special" canned meats.
against the despoilers of their Jacksonville\! has been more thor- .and shelter, please Inform me.
I
They have a herculean task before Yours truly, "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet"
homes? Sincere reformers will oughly discussed the ladies than .
them, and many sensational developments by A. J. MITCHELL!: Section Director
will result from their heed these word, but hypocritesand any other citizen of the State, because -- leaf lard.

investigations later on. In the sectional disturbers will not. of his close identity" with the The above will certainly prove of great Homemade pure lard.
meanwhile recent baby show. The discussion, benefit to orange and vouetitble growing "Peerless"
what has Tammany sections. It l la the result of the endeav. compound lard sausagesand
discovered, that was not known to ,THE FORTUNATE TURK. however, has not always been com eta of -Mr. W. II. McFarland, presidentof all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
him before? Is the Tiger sincere plimentary to that genial gentle the McFarland Knelt Protection Co.,
Some mothers' babies failed to facilitate the method of notifying the
in his men.
making investigations, or i iU is
Perhaps no other nation in the
I
in cane of dangerous frost
growers : or
to win !
U ho only- hunting the hunter? world has been so protected and a prize freezes. Mr. McFarlaud will have chargeof WILLIAM CLARKE SAKI

r ri cared for by Its enemies as Turkey. I tbe branch station, and can be depended PLUMBER.
TilE advance guard of the upon to give notification to not only ---
great Beloved by no one, yet she Is defended A determined effort will now be
those his
but
using teats
protection to
army of tourists has reached Indian and watched by European made to crush out the Philippine all of whom anch notification will bene Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, ,Sheet
River, and soon our various winter nations as jealously as though she insurrection before the rainy season fit. Of the many different methods and Iron Work
Pumps and Drain
resorts will be alive with gay visit- was the Goddess of Liberty. This sets in, but judging from present devices/ for protection of, citrus fruits, Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets

ore. Evidently a greater numberof strange anomaly ia the result of an indications that will be no none have been an absolute success except and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and
easy
tbe McFuil ind method which Is
winter visitors will register at overweening desire upon the part task. Our troops are at a great proof that the
the hotels this year limn ever before of foreign nations to finally capturethe disadvantage, owing to the wooded protection l la an acknowledged success, '

!. The F. CRallway\ Co., is bird and land it in their own condition of the country and and should not be looked upon as a pri- 31 Forsyth St.
pro. .
Jacksonville
making elaborate preparations for poultry coop. Thus Per these countries gress is necessarily slow. vate Industry, but rather a public benefit Florida
and one that concerns tbe whole
the transportation of the thousandswho have not been able to agree State of Florida. .
---- -
i! have signified their intentionto upon what portion each is to have The branch signal: Station at their
visit our winter paradise this when the partition is made, hence SCIENTISTS claim that the female factory In Tltnsrllle signifies the approval
l season The ADVOCATE extend l a the determination of each mosquito does all the biting. If of the United States government as to .PLUMBING.
countryto that be true then have female the McFarland method of protection.Mr. .
.tS Cordial: welcome !in advance hold the other in check. If an mosquitoes in we Florida.only The-, McFarland l Is now arranging a new .

agreement aa to the division of the met hod whereby lie can notify by signal
males have reached
THE: law should not be enforcedany spoils could bo reached, then the not ,yet our Moirltts Island and.other places not cou- Steam Gas and Hot
shores
nected by telegraphic facilities, with the Water Fittings, Tin Sheet Iron
more strictly in one direction Turkish empire would come to an ,
of cold
approach weather. lIe baa not,
then in another. A violation of the abrupt termination, but under present is yet, fully consummated the method, and Copper Smithing
I Sunday law, for Instance, is just as conditions the Sultan will con WEATHER BUREAU OFFICE but Is working upon the plan of giving

reprehensible as the violation of any tinue to flourish like a "green bay FOR TITUSVILLE. signals colored by (lags la tne day time and various Estimates:: furnished on application to any part of Florida.
I other law It sounds heathenish, horse," and slap the children of the rocket at night.
This will be a great benefit to the
to BaY the least, to hear guns firing righteous whenever he feels so in. The MoFartand fruit Protection Co, ivowera In this section, and II now seems :300I3.13TZ: :: : cite LZG-EITBOJY: :
I on Sunday, and breaking the tranquility clined. The recent attempt of the received the following lotter from A. J. certain that the future prosperity of the :: ,
and rest of the more law- United States to collect by forcean Mitchell Section Director united States orange Industry is assured,thank. to the 13:) to 28 South Main street.
Department of Agriculture,Jacksonville and of the President of
class of citizens. These from is energy tenacity JACKSONVILLE .
abiding indemnity Turkey, an Florida. the McFarland Fruit Protection Co. for FLORIDA.
Sunday desecrations should be illustration of the point in question.Our McFarland Fruit Protection( Co., demonstrating his motto "Freeze or no

stopped, or else repeal the law now warships have been asked to Tltusvllle, Fla. freeze, We Can .Raise Oranges. in Flor-
governing Sunday observance. It stand back, and the Power are yet Dear Sirs:-I am directed by the chief Ida." ff' WATCHES CLOCKS

is necessary that the community showing their teeth because Uncle of that the a set Weather of weather Bureau and to temperature inform you A I>..mo.ir.tl.. I\I..tlnlr. r ,

should favor either the enforcement Sam will not be comforted without flags have been sent you together with a

E of ]law, or its abolition. Which his little $90,000. It has come to set of solf-regietering thermometers and The members of the Drevard County .,Jewelry Diamonds
rain also Instrument shelter. democratic Executive Committee are requested t ,
r shall it be? pass that foreign nations are suspicious giiages; an
[ of [ to meet at my office on Monday yt
All will reach in due course time.
I of us, and are led to believe Do'not pay any you charges; on tbe shelter, afternoon Dec. 10, 1000, at 2 o'clock. 1.5'a Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents,
JACKSONVILLE'S GALA WEEK was from past events that we also have AS the ( Government will pay freight to The object of thin meeting Is to settle in fl Waltham Watches, eto.
undoubtedly a great success. Most acquired an appetite for Turkey.The Ills.carrler. some way the contest for County Com 1
people whom we met spoke in anomaly continues Please find herewith Instructions forerecting missioner In the first district, and to ren- FINE WATCII FEPAiRING.ee
high strange Instrument shel- dAr a final account of the conduct of tile and JEWELRY
terms of it. The crowd and attractions and while the cat has no sympathyfor ter. You Orange may place Region the shelter as high recent campaign; and expenditures con A

t are said to have surpassed the 'the mouse yet she will see to it above the ground an you wish. The necessary nected therewith. W. L HUOIILKTT Watch inspector for Plan SPECIALTY.
system. and also for Jacksonville R'j.
most sanguine expectations of those that no other cat shall taste' the forms, envelope, etc, will go to Chm'n. Co. Dem. Ex. Com. Spectacle and Eyegluwe.. Chat A Southwestern
ges paid one way. R. J. RILES,
who were so energetic in Inaugura- detrcious morsel. Fortunate Tur

ting this grand event. It is esti- key I Protected by her enemies ____________ __ 22.1 W. Bay St., jAcxsnirvTLLK, Ft A.

mated that about 20,000 people vis- and petted and cajoled by ''those ZDCOST'T' : :eE D 'i'! : :

ited the metropolis of Florida dur- who would gladly wipe her off the

ing Gala Week, and we hope to be map. So much for international Unless you want to save money. Watches AND Jewelry.

able to lay, next year, that' 30,000 greed.

people visited Jacksonville. Let DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, MILLINERY, FURNITURE, MATTINQ3' ,
'The
.a give three cheers for Jacksonville Tin Chinese equabtfle'is' 'still en- old established Watch and Jewelry business, THE GOLDEN
TRUNKS, TOYS, XMAS NOVELTIES, Etc. Prices are right.
and the Gala We"k committee. gaging the attention of the Powers. f ALl GATOR. has removed from the old stand, 5 West Bay streetto

The j Judges of the Trades Displaywere The question of redress agitating Our stock Is new, well selected and SUITABLE WE CAN, WE WILL please you: 417 West Bay street on the same side of the street, In the
the following : Major. Healy !- Germany considerably, and it Traveler's Hotel block. Established
; of Seville ; J. O. Walton,'of the as though Russia might join IOOk'j TRY US. Mail orders receive prompt and careful attention. In 1873. Address,

BAST COAST ADVOCATE, Titusvllle ; taking the matter of revenge ..LO"'trJS: :=:. SarZEHPIHIIBILTS.-: ::

and E. lien Carter St. Auguitine. their own bands."J John R. Walker & Co. Titusville, Fla. 417 WEST BAT STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA.



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 7, 1900. 6




Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG, -rant. The H-0 Co.'s FeedsAre THE SOUTHERN FRUIT" CO.


Mrs. C. F. Latham returned Saturday,
EYE SPECIALIST.
from her trip to Jacksonville.John .
10 and 12 Bridge street
Benson made a business trip to exclusive rations of grain scientifically blended to accomplish certain ends. JACKSONVILLE FLA.

Melbourne one day last week. ,The H-O Co.'s Poultry Feed to Insure a greater yields of eggs anda Wholesale Fruit and Produce Merchants.

:Messrs. Barker and Mattson, of Jensen shorter moulting season.

were In town a short while, Monday The H-O Co.'s Horse Feed to Insure the maximum of strengthand We pay cash for nil fruits and vegetables or receive on commission, "

Messrs. Doyle and Huntsman, of Fort condition to your horse. giving shipper the benefit of the mnrket.

Pierce.week. attended the dance here last The H-O Co.'s Scratching Feed for Poultry to produce profitable riioMi UJ:TUJt.ss. oitnints FIILII; at LOWEST riticns. I

,. results. -We want.--' II

ailing Mr. Huntsman on our school, of teacher Fort PIerce Miss, Jim-was The H-O Co.'s Dairy Feed will greatly Increase the flow of milk, and makeIt TOMATOKS, LIMES, PINEAPPLES, BANANAS: COCOAXUTS, LEMONS

mle China, last Sunday. richer In butter fats; at the same time keeping up the live weight of the cow. ORANGES, GUAVAS) APPLES, POTATOES, ONIONS, CKI.EKY: ; ,

; The Misses Sarah Starck and Beatrice Y17n riiinvmmJ-nA that the trial of a sample lot of the II-O Co.'s Feeds will POULTRY AND EGG .Address '

We correct all cases o( simple and 'alley, of Malabar, were the guests of'' Wfi llllm. Hlllnn. substantiate the above claims, or we will chooi'fully rotund THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY
compound refraction of the eyes, relieving the Misses Jorgensen, over Sunday. your money. i

all nerve and eye strain, headaches, Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, of Titusvillo, Ask your feed dealer for It. If he does not keep it we will supply you direct. 10 and 12 Bridge Street, JACKSONVILLE( FLA. !

and often sick stomach. A scientific topped here for a short time on their -- -- .- -- .- I
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examination made before fitting glasses.We way to Jupiter In their fine sail boat. CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.

carry the largest optical stock in the Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bolton: of Mala- WEST ADAMS STREET------- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ATLANTIC CITY.

State. We also do the largest optical bar, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and --- -. .- .. _.. '--
business. Repair work by mail promptly Mrs. R. T. Smith, of East Grant. They f

attended to. Address attended the dance here In the evening.On 5 :

Sunday last, John and Adolph Benson The New Seaside Resort of the South 16 Miles from Jacksonville.Property .
Dr. E. H.
ARMSTRONG Specialist. bid their friends here "good-bye,"
Clarke's Pharmacy, and left on the evening train for White [)

65: W Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. City, where. they will stay until next GOODASOAP of the Florida East Coast Railway. I


W. Morrissey who has, for the past
Eden. month been employed as operator at for The most popular seaside resort In the Bouth. I

this office left for his home In Savannah, HARD WATER LOt,
fronting the ocean and boulotiinls now
last Friday. Alias Carrie Jorgensen has i

S. F. Webb and wife arrived last Sat- now taken his place as operator. 'FLORIDA VOAOWQ ,4--,1ACi6mwi1LN offered for ale. Special prices for next 'JO ilajs.Oou.3rtlo3n.ci I

urday night, and are very cosily settledin On Monday our storekeeper received I
their new home. : J3"\:1..cl-=:ro..o.n.: : .A-gt-
quite a large shipment of seed beans -- : +i
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The recent bountiful rains have cheer. from Vermont. lie Is sending out sam ----- -- 23: Hogan street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.

ed the drooping spirits of the bean growers pIes this week, and Anyone wanting bean Melbourne. I.
Courtenay. .
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also the beans. seed would do well to call on him, as Its -- -- -----
the best seed we have seen this season. -
Mrs. N. Arnold arrived, Thursday, of Rockledge.Miss Oceanus.Deer .
last week, to spend the winter with her The dance given by the social club last GOODR A OOODK.-Real KntRte and Loan Roans, grapefruit: and tangerines are
daughter Mrs. E. A. Ireland. Thursday evening, was quite a success Agent for AStna, niUtm and Llvnr)1". "'" moving north. -
luitio was furnished on the guitar and HinlMi., Providence WanlilnKton, Hun ami I'R [ Edith: oicler, of Jacksonville, Is tracks along the beach. All
to that the Star has ctflo Fire Iimnraiioe. Special' attention Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Grant of Indtanola gameIs
We are glad see a ( pain ,
the of Mrs W. J.
iolln, by Messrs. Smith, Wells, !Stewart to the Interests nou,reeidunte. visited the guest Jarvis at COCOA. /lino.
correspondent at this place. We need Symmoa family Saturday I
and
The dance
several more to do the place justice Roby. was kept up un- evening. Mina Bessie Smith Is'.. the guest of Mr. Wild ducks are stopping; on tho river
bl the wee' hours I
small of the HOTEL!: CAULETON
morning, -Op m the year round. l>oll -
and! Mrs. <
Frank Claiksoii of Jacksonville. below lioio.A ,
A. D. Merwlu. returned, last week, when they all wended their way homeward "htful nn>t to spoiifl winter,r ffiuninor. I...- The Misses Cathrilne Sums and Stella .
IMIUM lihiir
on high
bringing with him about the finest horse after a very enjoyable evening.J. lUver. TerniH ...."Ieral overlooking. | the milieu Harper attended church at .Indlanola, merry but quiet Thanksgiving was
it has been our good fortune to see lately. FlUNK KOHKHTHON, J'roprlotor. Sunday. Miss Sallie Mngrndor.! W enjoying 1I u spent on tho beach i

Mrs. Curtis returned Saturday night, Odgers/ of Frostburg, Mil., writes: l/rr/ Subscilptlons for the ADVOCATF, I The White Bacon): Pharmacy located at I at visit Oak with Hill.her brother II. J. Mngiuuor Uncle Joe Oongoa, pf Cooou, returned i

from Jacksonville, where she went to "I bad a very bad attack of kidney complaint the pink pnporof the East Coast will bo the poor farm la selling lots of Xmiis home from I.heolJ., we trust, grcntl1'bl'nellth"lln
> and tried Foley's Kidney' Cure novelties. E. S. Wllllami of the Alln-
purchase new furnishings of various received at the Melbourne Postof ice. Perhaps, the owner will try manager lionltli.
kinds/or the Netherby. which gave me Immediate relief, and I I petticoat government, as he Is not suited atahatcheo Fruit. and Vegetable Co., at
was perfectly cured after taking two bot- with the existing one. Fort Pierce is at home for a few wooki. John Brunei and his charming wlfo
Mrs. N. Saunders went to Fort Pierce les." Take no substitute. B. R. Wilson A dance at Educational hall will be paid Ocounus n vldlt Saturday, wliero ho
last Sunday, to meet her daughter andher & Son. enjoyed by our young people next Saturday J. D. Sams hied to Hnnynn, last week, Horace R. Sharp of the New Hock- is at present engaged/ ; fnimlng.
granddaughter who have come to I evening.; with baggage/ nnd farming tools tied to ledge In spending this week at Jackson
his ville. Ho took In the club dance Mr nnlloh'lI. Hours are In the best of
make "Grandma" a long visit. buggy, on a been venture. "OhI I yacht .
Bovine. Mr. John Goode, although he is over luck; King Nophtno Is supplying them
come /girls take A ride, 'liangor' will last evening.
:Mrs. S. Richards accompanied by her 87 years old, goes out duck hunting just safely glide If will him but with llmt-claHH shingles for tholr |housotReckon
like the other And he you guide (Joe Wilkinson who Inn the
nephew Thomas Ash, and little niece boys, gets ducks sprint pant
arrived, last Wednesday, to spend the Jim Henderson went to Jacksonville People that do not read I I the AnvoOATK live /weeks. licio, under the care Itf Dr.Hughlett a vlIM"ull1lullt have run againsta \;

winter with Mrs. F. B. Richards.W. Gala Week. too.A number of Eau Oallle's oung men miss a tioat. Theedltoilnl week advising rot n mini! to hU home at llyPuluxu1 snug' filiMid initrkuil Moth, "City picked of Key up a West/One "llfopieHuivor

Frank Houston went bog hunting last down on the democratic party to take nn 1'uttnday.
came to
Thanksgiving
play ,
F. Jlbb who came to relieve our
week and brought in six. baseball with emetic and throw off the Populist and ItS( W J. Duncan Mrs hlilrlock IlIlIuI'fllylnlflJr.Vet.Jley
our boys. A good a prominent onmnil
took his game
while he
long promised
agent to 1 bllo that has caused It lo bo bedridden with shells. nail suit bonus for winter sale.
vacation, proved to be a "flying jib" remaining C. A. Ellerbrock of Melbourne, was In wax played by both sHo. It was not the for eight yearn, was O. K. lon mxiolmnl, of New Yymk city, arrived Jill IN u line Will kmlln In tliU line and
fault of the boys they did not hers, Monday an(111I the guest of t
lIe could
only one day. not town Sunday looking well and happy ns will
succuod In the
surely soiling of bill .
stand the quiet of this place after the usual.C. win. As the new Hoard of County Commissioners lion. G. 1:1: II HI'dee.Capt. beautiful cut'las.

bustle and rush of Tltusvllle.Wra. The Ladles Guild met last Friday at are untiammclled with any petty and Mrs. A. J, Cunova, and !
Hopkins visited at Tltusvllle last political deals, we trust they will see 1'lonHo, Mr. Association of Cooo I
the home of .Mrs. R., W. Ooode and decided chlldicn have gone to Palm Bench when
F. Richard's laundry narrowly .
week. He went to attend court, beingon that Mother Brevar to give an entertainment at Hotel Capt. Canova "will"' again have charge ol
escaped destruction by fire on Monday. the jury. and. that mnin the
picked the thoroughfnrrs by sun? It 'Is strange! you don't put Ifi
Bellevue on Friday evening Deo. 14th. the Royal l'olnolllmloot./ .
Fortunately It was discovered before the are kept In slilp shape, and every old i I your hand tu limo hoe and help clear up
John and Joe Powers
:Messrs. of Cocoa Admission 33 cents, refreshments Included. -
fire had done damage, other than to des- cow tl'lIlIls not declared n'nuhlln rond I\Irll.Olllel'1y and danghtei, of 1'Mlndelphla the wuedM. und repair things generally.
were visitors here last week. They All are Invited to attend.
troy the wash and burn a hole In the were cattle hunting. and, perhaps It would bo well to provide arrived lust" week to look after Yon are like liomlny-got/ to stir ;you
floor. The dance at West Hall, on Thanksgiving the hlierlirn department with nn nuto- their orange grow and returned north lots to nuiko you any good. I

Prof. Deyman of Eau Gallie, has beenin Master Leon Stewart, age seven, is In night, was a very enjoyable one. mobile, with detachable light rowboat WedneitdHy. They were guests of the -
this place more than a week, repair- he fourth grade, and is mastering his John McAllister brought down In his canopy to cross the brink In; and there Plaza while here 1''.tlltor'", Awful IMItrlit.K. .
and pianos'" and He studies so well that we predict for hima launch from Banyan Mrs. P. A. Mc are lots of other Items where the brake ;
Ing tuning organs.
to be workman of brilliant future. Millan, M Uses Jones, Hell, Hopkins, Jes. should be set.RECOMMENDS. F..1. Simmons of Detroit one of our M. Higgins, editor Seneca (Ills.. ,)
seems a great ability, regular winter visitors arrived! bore '
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News, was 'nllllcted for with
sie and Claudia McMillan and DoVoe years 'pile
and his work is We y .
very satisfactory. Mrc. James Henderson visited Mrs. Sunday with Mr. Tetter and left, Monday that no doctor or remedy hoi pod until hetiloil -
Sams. Capt. Dukes brought In the
are glad to haw such a man located on Klnnlard, of Eau Gallia, accompanied by from IT TO TRAINMEN for a crulHO on Mr. Tetter's handsome liuokl'. Arnica Halve. He write
the river the Misses Minnie and Belle, and Ma steamer Spartan Eau Uallln, the O.( II. llnuHun, Limn, O., engineer L. E. launch, Xoruyda. two boxes wholly cured him. It's the
and Charlie. Misses Florence Hodgson, Mamie Taylor, &; W. R'y, writes: "I have been troubleda
James
This community was saddened by the era and :Messrs. Person Paddlson, Harry great deal with backache. I was Induced Judge J. I). VonDcmnn, of Delaware surest pile cure on earth, and the best;
news of the death of Mrs. Baker, of Miss Martin was accompanied by her Wllldlte Klngan Hodgson and :Sylvester to try Foley's Kidney Cure, and ().,, one of our, regular wlntor visitor, salve In the world. Cum guaranteed.
Waveland, who died on !Sunday Decem- sister Miss Alma and Mr. Elleibrock' to Amos; and Claud Ituiiiijenn came over in one bottle entirely relieved me. I gladly writes Unit he will not bo able to come Only 850. Sold by B. R. Wilson. .tt$on,

ber the 2nd. She was one of the first Melbourne last Wednesday eve to spend his yacht from Melbourne Reach. Messrs. recommend It to any one, especially my to 'yioildn this winter, on account of dl"UirjIII. 1.3' .,.' .

settlers In this part of the country and Thanksgiving at home. Adams and Ilcsnner, furnished good mu friends among the train men, who are buslovtm matters that need bin presence ,,,101

was greatly beloved for her who gentle knew, kindly her The fish caught out of the lakes- glo with piano and mandolin, !IIl/ulI l/ l]; sluilUrly mulcted,"t B. It. Wll. at home. Fort Pierce... .': *

disposition, and everyone and Winder fine. ion & Edmund ftlmmnrm tins sold his ice factory .. .
feels personal loss In her death. Washington are simply The Lllerury Society will meet Rev. A. SonyPLUMBING_ -
a We wonder why the fishermen of Indian C. birdelleld's next Friday evening with at Cocoa to C. R. Mnckoy, of St. ; '1Allt
Capt. and Mrs. T. E. Richards made a River dont use their seines there. the following programt' Roll cull and lAS AND STUAM FITtlngi. AiiKUsilne, who took chaige of the bus Quito a little rain fell ,U few

trip to AnkonA, last week, to visit their response, name one great! man In the All brunches of this work performed I loess on ))eo. 1st. Mr. Simmons expects days.ColilH. r
old friends the Saegers. These old Feb Thursday night/ there was .a dunce at United Sates, and give one reason for In a llrst-class manner by ex. to leave on Monday for hU old 1 home In seem very prevalent 'nt-prescnt

tiers delight to get together aud talk Frank Houston's home Among those choice; music by Miss! Annie Goode and loured: workmen. Open sanltay Ottermiin, town, whore he will eugngeIn In our burg. ,
about 'liow It used to be" In the years present were the following: Mr. andMrs. Messrs. HesMtier, Martin and Beau Jean; plumbing a specialty I bUill nUSK.
Klnnlard and Porson Paddlson and Mrs. 1". E. Wilson left !Sundaf for a
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aside 3t OKO. II. .KKHNALP' Sanford Fla. ,
before we had transportation recitation Homer Conkllng reading
any / ; ,
friend with his two shot visit la Georgia. '
from sail boats, and when _Tltusvllle Drucilla and pretty of daughters Hunter: music, Meskrs: Adams and HesHner; paper Huhh,'" the (Jrnvo. ?

seemed but a short distance away, and Misses and their teacher.Nancy, Mrs. George Brown; current events, Artesia. A startling Im-ldentof which MrJohn Bryan McCarty, of Ankona,' was a. I
Melbourne and Eau Gallie people were ville, Miss Clifton Benedict; music Mesam. Oliver, oJ Philadelphia, was the subject! pleasant visitor In town, Monday I

near neighbors. Last Thursday Miss Alma Martin wan Adams and Hessner; rending, Miss Mol-) Is narrated 111 hIm all follows: "I wait In Tom Bevlll I I. having It .lIn8 stable I

Mr. and Mrs. John Miller entertained the proudest young lady in Melbourne. lie Nicholson; song, Mrs. A. Slrdefleld; A good many beans were shipped from h meat ilroudful condition. My skin was built on hU latoly purcliiweil' property.
tod with fine Kennec- debate Resolved that the United States .
She( was presort a
: coat-
a largo party of friends on Thanksgiving their line- beo bicycle by her sister Miss K. Martin I Is an Threat a nation as Great Britain; this place, last week. oil almost, pain yellow corulmiiilly, eyes sunken In buck tongue and sides, Mrs. Stetson and Mimi (I Iraoo William '

yacht, the Maude made Miller, on to the beach, our able teacher. Miss Alma: delightsIn I affirmative, Dr. Peek and Mrs A. S. fee, Col. and Mrs. Hogan wentto Tltusvllle no Hiipetlte'" -Kruduitlly growing weaker returned from Jacksonville Saturday
day. They found a trip evidences of a wheeling and will now enjoy it Immcni negative, R. A Conkllng and Mrs. Friday for several days stay day liy il.iy Throe lhy"lcIRlllllm.1. given evening.C. '
and while there ,
wreck: of some vessel. The -bow and ely on the shell roads of Melbouiue. I iness.SKEIN'THINGS Adams. ; muslo and miscellaneous bus. O. A, Quartermnn, jr., of Canaveral me "I'| Fortunately a friend advlmulIryliiK M. Nelson left for Hofit;,Soiin mast had come ashore and other wreck- ---------- spent Sunday with friend In Artimla. / electric blttnis; nail 1 to my grout Wednesday to attend Ms oyster busU
was seen but the most pathetic of WOMAN'S: [ RIGHTS.-Woman's first --- -- -- -- joy Mini surprise the lint bottle' mailu a lien there. ,
nit" evidence of somechild's Inalienable right Is freedom from headache AT XIOHT or nightmare / A dance was held nt the Canaveral decided Improvement! I continued thulC"
all, a doll was found- result of school house, on Thanksgiving evening. I well Mrs L. ()Carleton accompanied by her
nervousness and constipation, thatso Is a common Indigestion. use for'three weeks and am now u
drowning, perhaps. often make her life miserable. The You can't expect good sleep with a bad Frost was seen several days ago/ but III an. I know they saved my life, and mother, returned from their summer
troubles Is stomach stomach. Dr Loyal Ford's DyRpepticlde the of another victim. visit In Georgia. ,
and Tar. It chief cause of these very little damage/ was done to the gar robbed ( grave 4
To-day take Foley'slloney other disorder. Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeptlclde the new remedy, makes sound stomach dans. No one Mholl11l fall to try them. Only Co) Messm. Provost and Allmun n"MhlelJby
positively prevents pneumonia, or be too Is the new and perfect cure for these ills. that digests perfectly. B. It. Wilson & cents: Kiiarnntced! at 11. R. WlUons A. Chambers, are busy getting the)

serious late to-morrow.results from B. R.colds.Wilson It may& Son. B. R. Wilson <& Son. Son. _____________ little Mrs.boys Oeo.vl.lteIIAlra.Sobuyler and Chan.her Carrington two bright, !bun's drug !store.. new store In shape fur opening. ,
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thin week, Pima Rev. Mr. Lane held service In
Lotus.Frank the MetbodUt church last Sunday morning -
Jensen. Georgiana.Mrs. W. C. Peterson returned home, last Banyan. and evening to large congregation.
Wfcek, from an extended visit to hU son,
Dyess, of Hollster. arrived here In Boston Alas\ Messrs. Near A Taylor Imvo not gotten.
Wethey Is slowly Improving in A few pines| are being .shipped, alMa a
Ca'pt. John McLean returned Monday Tuesday. a good) /How of water at the Ice factory
from his visit to Oak Illll where he has health. and cold :N. O. Penny and Robert Rural of Canaveral few 111",11"I but shall, hope to have Ice her In ov
A good rain Tuesday on
spent several months taking a rest and Mrs. Luna Halnlln and bright little Wednesday. snap attended Sunday School at Ar- Al. Kurd and Wa
looking after his property.The daughter, Miss Elsie of Melbourne spent tesia. last Sunday. this wviik.liluttery I

School had an election Thanksgiving with Mr.\ and Mrs. O. N. T. O. Ronald spent several days up at One of our attractive young belles received weather keeps the fishermen There I.I but one Chronic Disease II'enIIJI"L -

of Jensen officers Sunday on !Sunday and elected Page.. Indlanola last week. some fine pineappluM, thin week, from plying their vocation.A of note In Florida)),. Vincent, of
of the Southern Express Beans are beginning to move out and from one of her Court nay friend Jacksonville Write him for symptom
for the coming year: E D. Young, su- H. S. Cox, agent light shower fell nit Tuesday
perlnt ndentj; John Sorensen secretary; Compy., was In town on Thursday prices quoted are good.T. AlI,," Bell AlI,," ;Mary Tutenv Misses morning very; more Is needed badly blank _. f
J. C. Padgett, treasurer and Miss Wattle looking over the orange, pineapple and O. Ronald will begin shipping Adeline and Myrtle King and. Harry
Coon, organist.Mrs. vegetable prospects, which he found tangerines/ this week, be having over Blslioit spent Thursday evening at the The black-bird\ are assisting', the farmers WEATHER REPORT.By .
promising. pleasant home of Col. Hogan where they by eating the! roller worm
the quite !.)(> boxes.Dr. ,
wife of keeper t
[ II. W. Bessey,
Kev. Jas. H. observer fur
were entertained: With seine very tine will be Christmas 11.10yan White
returned Curtis arrived on Tuesday from There a tree In -
of Refuse Mr.
House
of Gilbert's Bar Chamber ban been called several Weather Bureau, U. H. Government. ,
last Thursday evening, from tier Tennessee New York to spend the winter here as day. the past week to Mis. Chalker who music. lliU year, as usual', and all arc cor.JI"lIy J
she has been visiting usual. He Is stopping with Mr. and MiA ( Invited to attend. BUM MA II y foil, XOVXMIItR lOOt! ). t .
where
trip Is sick.
very J. W. of Lewder Ills. writes ..
her people and seeking Improvement of Hiscock.. Mr. Curtis has large Interests Bryan, : ---- --- -- lIlKli "t temperature on the Hrd" 8,1,1
health through a change of air. in our state, and was a heavy Mrs. J. M. Field returned Sunday from "My little boy was very low with pneu .Tho""I1 1""IJtI Lowest :a7lli, n.a
loser In the freezes of a few years ago. a few days visit with relatives and monia. Unknown to the doctor we gave Mono for the month, 07 U
W. Morgan and his aunt, Mrs. A. C. He Is now contemplating building a shed friends Indlanola. him Foley's Honey and Tar. The result Could not express the rapture of Annla Average. mean. for 10 years, . UT.V7J
the Al Fresco was magical and) puzzled) the doctor as It E. of 1123 Howard St. Philadelphia .
Herman, are registered at of his pineapples.Miss / Springer, Highest, 'a In 1W7 : . over some Provost and A. Chambers left
C. D. ?
again for the winter. They were ,so : Immediately stopped the rocking cough I'a., when> she found that Dr. ',nwlI.t" '. is ." 1MU1. SUV
winter- Myrtle Baldwin left here, Friday Sunday for Fort Pierce to open Mr. I'royost' and lie quickly recovered." B. R. Wilson King's, New Discovery for Consumptionhad
pleased with this section as a Rainfall !In inches . .. .1. .8Jf .
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sort they could not resist the attraction, for Ankona, to spend the winter with M rand store at that place.A & Mon. completely cured her of a backing Average, for :23 yeurs :., :. 2..G
and we are glad to have them with us Mrs. C. T. McCarty and her father, king orange picked front a tre In cough that for many years had made lifea Greatest l11U7. .1J1r
again. who( went to Ankona some time ago C. D. Provosl'n grove( measured four and FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. burden. All\ other remedies and doe Least 158th r. .Ir
Miss Myrtle Is sadly missed In church three quarter Inches In diameter and tors could give her no help' but she says Prevalllnir direction of wind. NW
The hotel AI Fresco, Is undergoing a and but few I announce myself agitln as candidate !
and Sunday school work of tbU royal cure-"It soon removed the
It a weighed just one pound. Number of clear days. . . 2.
Is giving commissioner district.
which for for the let
thorough painting, would have been missed so much as she pain In my chest and I can now sleep fair . 1
bright, fresh appearance. Now why Dot will be. But our los U Ankona gain, Thanking you for your past vote, again soundly, something can scarcely remember ? cloudy" 0
add a few artistic touches to the surrounding and we hope she will be appreciated as That Throbbing Headache solicit the same. If elected my aim doing before. I feel like sounding to days with raln. ,.' f,
grounds and make a most much as she deserves to be. Would quickly leave you If IOU used shall be economy la the count,'. affairs, Ia.> praise throughout the unlverM. So stand[ Home, .'
charming and attractive .pot, of one so Dr. King's New Life Pill. Thousandsof and advocacy of good! road will everyone who trie Dr. King' New Merrltts Island, FI... t
blessed with beauties of nature as CHAS. II. NAUMAW. trouble of the throat ,
many T. Brlddleman, of Parshallvlll, suffers have proved their matrblena Dl cour.for any -
this is'After MkhT. was troubled with salt rheum for merit for sick and nervous headache '. Price fiOo and $1. Trialbottles -Do you filter your drinking water f
thirteen and had tried a number of They make) pure blood and strong nerve BUILDERS' MATERIAL-Doors, mash free at It. R. Wllvoo A Son's drugstore
exposure or when TOO feel a cold doctorwithout years relief. After two or three and build np Jour health. Easy to take. and blind., buck rime, cement, paints ;every bottle /guaranteed. Sobnorlber.yourstteDtloo Is dr.w..
coming on take Foley'i Honey and Tar. of Banner Balfe, her hands Try them. Only 28 eeots. Money back and oils. Lowest price; quick ship -.--- -- to the namendt1at slip pasted upon
It never f&ila to cure, and will prevent applications and In a short time she If not cured. Sold. by B. R. Wilson fc: ment. UBO. IL FMHXALD.St Please wrlto as whenever you fall to your paper or wrapper. If yen are In

pneumonia or consumption II taken la was entirely cured B. R. Wilson <*: Son. Son druggists. Sanford, Fla. receive the ADVOCATB. *rre.r., pl_ remit.
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t ; ana gasoline pumps are used both for f -, -

: drainage and Irrigation at different
Florida East Coast
i I Fruit able.seasons Recently of the year capacious, as either pumping to desir 'Ry.tr'B .

t
plants Installed upon barges have been

used for custom pumping deliveringwater ( BOUND Bee4( D
: to riverside orchards. 0.71.. ..
o8 0
To raise good fruit Hydraulic rains are also used to a -'" ally\ Drily D.t 1 No. 21. 8T noNS. No 81. Dilly Dally Daly ..M4S ...-..
limited extent where conditions favor o .x; 'nnw
have them.A .. kd :::::: ""ili ii "Q Ol'i Lv., .... J eo. <800 1'111.' ... ...Ar Ilp f rYii ....
you must Potash ...... ov loa Ar.......8t. Anguatin..Lv. 1IOp900&: ...... HI.
very Interesting way for taking / <> ...... IIl, tii lie Lor...,. S.. 'UgUStla..Ar 616p SOle ......
water for Irrigation when IIIr4 .... I 7P ... ....... S..tID'. ........ l' Step ...... .....:.. b n
Fertilizers containing the river Is / V'I .... 1I1tp: 13011 Ar.., .. ,'lust p..latk... ,." .. 11211'1' III a, QO
i running high between levels which pro- / Oa ...... Tiiii Ii1l'iP r..v. "'6"t lp ""ct Q -" t
;! least tect reclaimed land Is the use of ei-lpbons a N ...... 1t0 iiistiLv... .. ....... .PatebkaAr. 64 p ::: S0 ;
4 II I at 8 to I o% of over the crowns of the levees. I prj:: 0 p ;:::::0. I86p ..... Ar.. .. .!\ n)(aeo.. .... .L. ... /29e..;... bf:: HE't
'I II I 1I 0 ..... .MaLy..S.nMat..o..Ar.... .. 7 .
' I: Potash will To cut the levee would be dangerous, I r' :- ..... E4 T1iii fro: I\p Lv..Ea tPal.n.a..Ar .lip ...... .P aI) en
give best and flood gates are few but water can J4 ...... TCp: lip ...........Orm..nd."Ly( ...... 0 b bG
: <<> .. .......... ...... boo
II be delivered here and there by .. ...... 464p 1071' ...... .1>.ylODA. 8611' 0
siphons C1J t4 8061' 147p .........PortOr..nlte......... 841p 8 ill. .. N82Up ..
results'on fruits of all ag desired. Made of galvanized iron .. S90a : 91Up" ",........N.. 8m rw....... 8/Op: 1911. >ti66p 0 tI2
it strong enough to resist the ..... E-4 ; 1168& ...... iSlp! .. ....... .Oak .......... .. 8001' ....... Jij8p ... e
pressure, Sale ...... BOlli ..........Titusville.......... 9265.1 p [ ,
i'vl kinds. the air Is exhausted by a pump, and -a Z ...... ...... asap ..........Clty Poln......... 1661'..... ...... -
the water flows over. Some of the siphons i +a aI ...... ...... I Nip : .......... .Cocoa ............ ...... ...... 0
CIS H ...... ...... s60p ..........Jtockled............ ...... ...... p d
Write for are two feet In diameter and deliver pV 0 '..... ... 1 pip N ..........It&u Galli.......... co ...... ...... .bfCJq::
)
r our pamphlets, which nliuuMI a large stream, though smaller ... py ..4" ..........)1elbourn.......... 141p....... ...... e
> in every l,>rmer'. library. O r 4 .. .. .6114p "........'o..land........... ...... ...... 0
pipes are generally employed. l 4 .pp.s! ,kI ...... ...... 1111II11 .... 8ebaatl............ .. ] : ...,.. ...... f_; /"! .
They are sent free M ..;... .......... 8t. Luole......... II Lila! ...... ... :I
1 OQ ...... ...... 606p : ........J'ort Pi.re.......... : .11211a ...... ...... Q H;
GERMAN KALI WORKS .Th New flee Culture. 0 ............ 'l7p! ,......... Tlbb.l........... 11 04& ...... ...... lH
The employment of machinery in the F4 ...... ...... eel .............Ede.. ............ 11 00a ...... ...... aI
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93 N..... St., N.w York.Accented rlceflelds of the IXt J4 ...... ...... 8111! .. ....... Jensen ........... 10 65. .:.... ......
.. ._ southwest similar to ..., G.. ..... ...... 66 .,..:.... .It..r.: ........ ]046& ... ..
that used In the great wheatflelds of Tri-TTeckly o ..... ...... 115p .........:Robellouod.: ..... 10I ..... ...... tI2o
Free and California and the Sailings ..... ...... 11p:!! : .W..t Jupiter........ :: to OI. ..... ...... 0
Dakotas Is revolutionizing g.. ..... ....... 80ip 'WeetPalm 8.acb...... ... ... a
Masons the methods of cultivationand F-4 ..... ...... ....... .... ]loynbnn .......... ............. 1D.
iI BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ...... ...... Islip .. ....... .... Delr.y ... ......_" ..... ...... -
W greatly reducing the cost. The .lie-t OQ ...... ...... 92'lp .. .Fort Lauderdal...... ".. 92e...r? ........
r .ti American rice grower employing higher ...... ...... 10971' .......1..10011 City......... "'. ...... f
i Indian priced labor than any other rice Calling at Charleston ) r '.. ... ..... .1016pAr..JI1laml.. .. ...L. \ ... .. ... ...,

:.. u No. 00 grower of the world will ultimately be the Coastwise .t Parlor Cars OD r. .. anfd.tw..a
,
If able to market his crop at the least The Finest Steamships in Service oJaok.on.-lll.. Pablo B.aoh sad Mar"ort.:
Jtlvor 'MJflt Titusville
,, cost and the greatest profit. e o. ...1 o. N.. 0 abaa
I p
ST TIOl'fS.' .
HUll ai
Irv Dally Deity 'I
The D.IIy
Lodge. Florida. operations of harvesting and The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. only onll eSueSn ..xenp ;
> llolil. its miietlng the aeooml and fourth Friday thrashing the rice crop In southwestern ; flap erg' 8lba Ly. .. ..p. .1acJklOO.vtlle................Ar 11 :':'::':':
Louisiana Direct Service Between 8S1jp :lOllIIHHp\ II 28a Ar .. .... .......So. JlIOkaonYiU..Ly 11: III ......
of ea the lute Armory, TitusVllle are performed with the ..
7(1/\1'( \ 2S.'tp seep 8/1Oa/ ......... ...Pablo H..oh. .......... /slip I ......
at 7IINI)s'ol. -k
A. Stewart.: Wnmhloful I""i. m. Manter.K. self binder and the steam thrasher. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points TOOp 8001' fl80!, 916a .;....... ..Mayport.... ... ... .... S ,. /905 (lOp......
R. K. WIIHOII, Senior Warden. The use of the farmer Is favored by the ,
I J. It. Walker.Ttinlor 1Vardun.i size of the fields and by the character (Calling.at Charleston, S. C., both ways) B.t.n New Sm7rna and OranK. B.t...... Tltu.-UI. aatl San'o.4.
.1.1 M. HlKcin, Tr."a (iror.V. City Jnnottonn .
i A. Morican, of the soil. The UHe-of the latter, while SEMIWEEKLY[ : SAILINGS I 0
L.(Camitlitim Beoretary.J. Senior Unaoon. Southbound' .from Lewis Wharf Hotitxm !''fo.r tlTAT QNI., UIM L............ faun1. ...,..,... r
*. A. LiiHlnv,Junior Ueooon. \It frequently Involves the breakage of Northbound ........,.... ............ ............ .....from foot of Hogan StreetJJackHoavillo BoplLv.I ...... .Ni Wti .yrn....... .Ar/61/ llp 711 N ... ...... Mtm. ... ... .. v M
,' considerable Ilea .... O.be"a............
N Cheese, grain Is a cheap rapid! --- Hillp .... Lake H..len..Lv Slop
r IP. H. Walum I Stewards.I a Ip .. .O".e [.Ity........ I ..........kot.rprt........... .. I
I FroHulier, Tyler.IIDNEY ,. rice and effective from the method straw. of Without separating the Clyde's St. Johns River Line. 600LAr..Orsn.. '" Clry Junotton... ." 161111', 960"Ar .,,....... .IoI..Dford.. ,. ......, lEa:
the use lu trelns l>etwn New Imyrna: .nd Or.DIt. An trains b..w.en Tisua.lls sad 9a.r..dCtby
of such machines the largo cultural op- BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. J'Ulcrion daily e"o" t tlu..day. lal1 .ace' Sunday.hese .

erations of this section would be Im Jaokaonvllle,Palatka,Sanford Enterprise.:Fla.and Intermediate landing on the St.John's River. Ttme' a het. show the times. which trains ma,. .sp.p aRr y. Lad ip..$
tram tit. ,..v..r..1 station,. hut their arrival or deperturs a ah. ...... stas.a Ie ref .
i DISEASESre pos lblt'. STEAMER Nail,'Oor does. the Company bold itself reepoaMbie for soy. 4eiep w soy ...uetwn..e arty
,
bog thererrein.Peninsular
No Mongoose For the United State. "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.

I li The Importation of the mongoose, a CAPT. W. A. SHAW. and Occidental S. S. Co.
the most fatal of all dis} little animal which In a native of India, Leave foot Catherine street Jacknnnvllle. 8:30:: p. ni., Snndey.,Tiiflndayn. : and Thur ilay..
Leave Sanford V;.1X1( a. m, Knterpriite 9:10: )a.in., Monday Wednesdays and Friday
AT MIAMI.
cases. has been forbidden by act of congress. CONNECTIONS

The mongoose Is death on rats and Gen'l) Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. HAVANA LINE. -
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KIDNEY CURE Is I6uaraatnd snakes but according to experienceon W. 1(. WARBURTOX-,_T. P. A.. F. IRONMONGER: ,JR., Fla. Pan*.Att.( Miami Tumdftve ..............11.00p. m. Ar.rl.. Key Went w.d..dy..IL0/ aa
f D LEY'S the Island of .Jamaica where It was 10 State St,, New York. 2H( Went Bay St.,Jacksonville,FIs. live Key Went WedneHdaya..,... 8.00! p. m. Arrive Havana Thuradeya8.00 a. aarf >
Rimedy C. P.LOVBLL A.8t. Fla. Sui.t.. f I I JOHN. L. HOWARD Superlnte..dent..Jack >avs Hnvnnn Thursdays........,...10.40 a. m. Arrive Key Went Tbur das....," 6-tM.. aa
Introduced to subdue a. plague of rats on"llIe.Fla. | "Foot' ll ican Ht., JarkHmivllle,Fla. Lwv. Key Went ThurmUye.,...... d.ap p, m. Arrive Miami yrldeys. ..... sjq a.aa.
when It has cleaned out the rats and TIIO8. D. HALEY Local Freight Agent foot of Kogan Street Jacksonville,Fla.TIIEO. .
or money refunded. Contains makes In a locality It betakes Itself to.i,I O. KORR, General Ma.iHRer. WM. P CLTDK* CO., Geneial Agents. KEY WEST LINE. -

remedies eminent birds and eggs! and any sort of smallgame Che.borough BulldlDK 19 State St..New York Iasv, Miami Fridaya, ..... ,...,.HJOO p. m. Arrive Key Wet Saturdays.......ll.M a. ..
recognized by -- ------------ .- ---- .- --- Lave Key West Stutda ....... .DOp.m. Arrive Miami Mondays .. ....... .. i.M a. aa.
physicians as the best for It can get hold of. It will destroy Pa Mn( ra for Havana can leave Miami Frldaye 11.UO p. m.. arriving Key T?... yIi
young pigs kids, lambs; puppies, < AI a. m.,and remain In Key Weit until 9 00p. m. Siuday following, and al that time Itave
Kidney and Bladder: troubles. kittens poultry game birds which I Ocean, Steamship Co. oath. Htesm.hlp"Oltvotto," arriving Havana Monday morning.

PRICK 50c. ana $1.00. nest on or near the ground eggs For eopy of local time ard ddreu any A vent.

1). U. WILSON &; SON ground lizards, frogs., turtles' eggs and | "Savannah Line"Fast
land crabs. It Is said to have eaten I LINE...

ripe bananas, sweet potatoes etc. This Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from

I is why the mongoose, having been duly I SOUTHERNDIRECT oICK TIMB
to New York Boston and the
weighed In the balance has been found Florida East. -

r wanting and Is debarred from the land|
i Ol _.
"Dw '
II" 11t1 lIU L.713y' of liberty.
OALTI ORE PHILADELPHIA
,
and Delirium period of
In Ireland a
not 1 taw then ton years IN allowed to- -D.-! NEW YORK,

1 Intervene before a second crop of flax: OIMCIHMATI, LOUI9VILLO,

IRRIGATION'SUPPLIES. is taken from a Held and still thereare
of who each In ATLANTA,
r plenty ', men year _.rIrJ1I

Smpln. Prr-v \*'.U. avid .t..a.. this country make the foolish attemptto BIRMINGHAM MEMPH19,

The V.rlo..lllo.or. In Va*. follow flux: with flax.Pity ..

t, r :.TSlnklnjc' tlJ'; secure wells. Irrlsatton Into water uppllPH boa ringMmta' leT .- .. R A I L WAY OT. LOUIS CHATTANOOaA, KANSAS CITY,


T f being" reiiorluU lo na never before. And aU Points East ..* ..*.. .
J :Newer and broader conception of the

elation 1 of (.subterranean water to Irrigation

have recently prevailed lays1'rofeiwor o NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS t)

t E. J. Wkknon of California. rsrxju v .4LN73 Sad. ROUTZ rS. SERVICE LIKB TH18.t .

,'This follows IHlcauM i It ,may be much SHORT RAIL HIDE TO SAVANNA .
h cheaper to ralsu water to adjacent tow. andTBeauty THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS,
Thence via Palatial from Savannah.
Express Steamships
ere than to catch It In a remote ravine ( Via Savannah sad Charlotte, N. C.
ad pIpe It for miles. However tbla

may ten,' Irrigation und 'rtaklnas have 4 V. Ships each, week 4 THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL,
i
i been recently established vcfy largely! ( Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.
upon wells and pumps or* upon flowing
wells wherever they could be had. TO N'EVvYOa..E:: : : ;,. I THB CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED. f

In California during the last three Making close connection with New York-Boston ships or Sound Linos. Via Jesua.
t there' hare been perhaps ten All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules.
;years set Write for general Information, sailing: schedules, stateroom r" reservations or call on THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS
times As many pumpingoutfits up ,
l t for Irrigation ... had been employed the world is the baby, all E. II. IIINTOX.I' WALTER HAWKINS, v Via hs..,.
p Trattio :Manager, Oen'l Agt. Traffic Departments
l during the whole earlier Irrigation development dimples and joy. The most Savannah. (}a. 211: W. Day St., Jacksonville, Fla.
of the state. Large Irrigation Through Vutl..uIed Trains, P>USM Drawing Rv+oa
--- ----- -----
companies sank groups of wells pitiful thing is that same baby, Sleeping Car, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Car.
sod pumped from them into their distributing

ditches and flumes when, for thin and in pain. And the Seaboard Air Line Railway Thrmigh Pvllaaaa Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville. Md Chlcl..... O.

lack of rain their Immense reservoirs via Aa eviIle. N.C., a4 Koo_vilU. through "THB LAND OP THe S1CY.J
.*.*nt dry. Individual irrigators sank: mother does not know that a
Unexcelled service from Florida: to all pointsNorth.
Wells and bought pumping plants when
little fat makes all the differ- Through Trains via 5euther R.llw.y.re now Operated
tb learned. ditch the wets superiority failed and of have the home now lEast:: acid: < -v'V'"est.' In Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville.

eapply, to be drawn upon Just when it ence.. Two 1 alas dally between Tampa, Jacksonville, /Savannah and Columbia, carrying
ra be used to the beet advantage.iWge Dimples and joy have gone, Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping oars, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for SUMMER. EXCURSION TICKETS.it Yiry Lot Rats ei allu Ju.11o 1 Sept 30,1 WO

regions which had never se- Baltimore Phila. and New York. lee "*.* Mhvdtlca and infcuni.,,- ...u.a .r tdr. .M
eared Irrigation systems were forced and left hollows and fear; the Washington 'w..OOS.T. tL F. A..

*"hr drought to seek water, and, havingtpind I! IU west .., ......,.J..kswta..9kJ.
It below ground In ample quantities fat, that was comfort and Also with Cincinnati! Sleeper, via Asheville. K. OT .P, w. A. TUnE a. K. BABCWICX.

they will not fall In the future color and curve-all but .,.11I.. M.....>. Ge. P..... A.,., A* &. 0... r- A $.,
I t.> use Irrigation aa a supplement to the pity "Dixie Flyer" WMk4att..,P. O. W..I..voa.IX O. AtUm...e..

r lntalL and love-is gone. Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louts via
Over large areas of the country windmills

are used as motors for Irrigation The little one gets no fat Lake City Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and Nastmlle.
,
,
,
vamps. They unquestionably serve an
I excellent purpose, under favorable circumstances from her food. There is something Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points In the Northwest. PLANT STEM .

up to the limits of their itis either her foodor Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New Orleans
capacity, but Irrigation for fruit grow- wrong; via River Junction and Pen8 cola.
d lag, except In the family garden or on to agent of this
food-mill. She has had no Full Information on application any company. The GreatThrough Car Line from Florida.-Connections:
email areas of small fruits, la proceeding I
V.K.M'BKE L. ALLEN
Eo ST. .JOIIN, '
: upon the baste of motors of higher Cat for weeks; is living on what 1st. V.-P. O. M. General /Superintendent. Gen. Pass. Agk To the East via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmond
vJttctency. Gasoline engines are being Portsmouth, Virginia.A. t ? and Washington. The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbiaand

used even up to a capacity of ,.OOOI she had stored in that plump O. :MacPOXEI.T! Assistant General Passenger Agent Jacksonville, Fla. Washington.To .

a Knllons of water minute but the The Southern v'la
per --- the West 4
I,I -- -------- -- -- -- R'y Jeaup, Atlanta and Chattanoogo. The L :
culinary plants are less than one-tenth little body of hers; and that is MALLORY LINE. N, via yy gomery. The Southern R'y via Savannah, Columbiaand
of that. 'Crude oil engines are also is STEAMSHIP \ ni The M A 0 R'y via Montgomery.
She for fat
starving
used and. steam plants using small gone. ; Florida, New York. To' the East t via ?Steamship! Via* Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York,
stationary'and'. portable engines area it is death be quick I rScott's _V
N Philadelphia and Boston. Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah and Merchants* Miners
i pressed into service while electric motors Transportation Company for Baltimore.
Emulsion of Cod From Brunswick (direct),to New York.
along long power circuits from To; Key Weal and Havana, via Port Tampa and Peninsular, Occidental Steamships

j generators at waterfalls or other great Liver Oil is the fat she can t / t PASSENGER 8KKVICK. To Nova Scotia. Cape Breton and Prince Edward bland, via Boston and Canada,
Boarces of pov er are being fully employed. Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Hawkeabury and Charlottestown.
To make connections with steamers, leave Jacksonville
take it will her.
t Instances of the profitable em.Itoyment ; save t (UnIon Ix-pot)on Thunitay via(Cumberland RouU-),8.13: a m. '
of all these, agencies are The fenl other this picture Fernanilliuk N'stem: m. Healy ..n mute 8ti; or"all Rail" 2.00 XJSrTEE1.: TOURISTS 7JlC3I5LjG3"l7S
it, take no p. m, (t'lant crave llniuowlck p. m. Passengers will be
abundant all through the fruit growing Ifyouhnre not tried It. tend un are vei at Unuuwlck 110 directly aboard aMnrner. tt"li'ii'T>on p'ifTlriJ'v'e sale i'5Toul'il'u Northern: Eastern, western and Southern State to
dlotricta of the arid region. for free ample it! agreeable the Plant System during the season of 1000.1001, lima
r Where large streams are adjacent to ta te will surprise you. PROPOSED SAILINGSLv. ited to return until May ;net, with liberal stopover privlledges In Florida.

ffintt lands and diversion at a sufBctantly ,; SCOTT & BOWNE. ..-. Friday.New,York Nov.,Pier...,91. K.:.R.. .,.-OOp..: ......m... .,. .(.Standard.KIO .RAM Time.>E).. ...... ..................Friday Lv.Branswlck., NOT 1* Addressee of parties in the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup-
high level la.Dot practicable elevation 409 Pearl St... N. V. Friday l5.. . .. .... .. .. ..OOLORAIK) ..... ... .............. .. Friday, "W plied with Information and handsome advertising matter
Friday, il. .?. ..I... .. ..- .... .....RIOflRVUniO!: ........................"Friday, 30 F.
by pump to a proper point for 600. and S 1.00 Friday, JO..'. ............ .......".....COWRADO..Friday, Dee T J M. JOlIy I Division Passenger Agent.
gravity flow or direct application from all d.runtlet.: Tot lowest rates,reservations and I'Inerallntormatloo.apply to 138 West\; Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,
the discharge pipe of the pump is beinglargely BASIL! GILL. Agent, XM: W.Jlat St. JackaoavUIe.n. R f. W s Wrenn Passenger Traffic
when General Southern Brunswick Ge. Manager, Savannah, Ga.
-Please mention the ADVOCATE H.RATMOXD Atrent
to. On the river bank
resorted advertlaers. O.H.MALLORY JS Co.,General Agents, rise U,k.:. River,and 8salsruadway) ,IT.T. W.il B. DENHAM, General Superintendent
writing
lands In..California very large steam Savannah, Ga.L .
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TITUSV1IAE. CLUB ROOT OF CABBAGE.The Thousands nave Kidney Trouble ST. AUGU8TINI2.

and Don't Know it.
IOTI malformation tailed club ---
curious
How ;Find Out.
root Is seen In cabbage, turnips and allied PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
TITUSVILLE Fill a bottle or common glass with your -
and Is caused
plants by a parasiteof ,
_____ water and let It stand twenty-four hours, a
INDIAN RIVER, so! low nu organization that the scientists sediment or settling This hotel Is now open: for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located, near
are In doubt whether to call It a Indicates anI Postofllce Hunk and Catlied rid.

FLORIDA.J. plant or an animal. If this organism I unhealthy condi- Rooms, fiOcts to 11.00 per day; $1.60 to $0.00 per week.V. .

once Introduced Into the soil. It Is almost tion of thIS kid D. SANCHEZ, Manager..

Impossible to eradlcnje$ It totally neys; If It stains

j Q. BAST, Proprietor. as It I Is capable of developing and of your linen it Is

living there for some years at least Independently evidence of kid I
of the cabbage or other ney trouble ; too Hotel St. George St. IlugLIstine, Fin. i
e i frequent desire to cc4 ,
$ The hotel fronts on the host plants. ;
A pass It or pain In
wldesweopofbayTmiIes( The of the disease Is so --- is
rapId the back also If
In width), formed by the progress I : ;_ F. S. T\I.KR, Piopilotor. IF. 8. OKHKV, Manager
Indian River It that seedling cabbages grown In Infected convincing proof that the kidneys and blad- ( '
making a
soil will often be bndly clubbed der are out of order.
I delightful Bummer re c/ Open on or about Deo. 13th. Raton: fJ.OO:! f2.50
sort. Constant cool before they are large enough to trans What to Do. t ;'i :

I'., breezes from the sea and plant. Four or five ,weeks is ample There Is comfort In the knowledge so I1eTs and,! .::1.111)( per dty.PAI44t'hI.t.
r : bay. Flowingsulphur time for the clubbing of evey root In a often expressed. that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- ,
Root, the
spilngs. Special winter bed. great kidney remedy fulfills every
- -- -
wish In rheumatism In thIS
curing! pain
T : : rates. The germs may be disseminated In back, kidneys, liver bladder and every part : .
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manure from feeding clubbed roots to of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability -- --- -- -- ---- -- .

to hold water and scalding pain In passing

Tltusvlllo noardh.g'-lIo1lses. It. or bad effects following use of liquor. The Graham Hotel I'AI.ATKA, FLA.Open -
win or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ,

necessity of being compelled to go often all the year hates t2.I'O per day. The only brick hotel In the
during the day and to times
Miffls' Boarding House TITUSVILLE, FLA. during the night. ThIS get mild up and many the extra city. Overlooking the \beautiful 1 St.: Jolins River Convenient to all
boats on the St. Johns River. \Vl\tl"l'II-FI'on'lItnne and sulphur.
ordinary effect of Swamp.Root Is
Pleasantly situated within short distance of realized. soon Electric lights and bolls. All street cars pass' the door.
lUllway\ Station. Special It stands the highest for Its won-
attention given to Ladles. Transient rates reasonable. Special weekly derful cures of the most distressing cases.If .1. WAT KINS I.KM, I'rop'r.

or monthly rates. need a medicine should have the . ..
you you -- - -- -- -- -- -- -
MRS. C. N. MIMS, Proprietress best. Sold by druggists In SOc. andl. sizes. A'HU-l'ZI: :

You may have a sample bottle of this
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JACKSONVILLE.Merritt's wonderful discoveryand TKLKUUAPII and RAILROAD STATION& DAYTONA, FLA.
a book that tells

more about It. both sent
TV absolutely free by mall The Clarendon Inn IJY-THKbEA, SKAISItCKXK, Kf.A.

Hotel OLD CARI.KTOM.... address Dr. Kilmer & flmofqnp.Roc.. ,
Rathbun Co., Binghamton. N. Y. When writing men- Overlooking the Ocean. Opposite oconn pier and pavilion. KInctrlobells. : .


in Jacksonville Fla. tion reading this generous offer In this paper. Steam hOllt. Table nud Mcrvlto\ uncxtullod. U'In tor season, '.t
:November to May. Enlmgcd and vastly Impioved since last, KeaK.,".

Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. ritnn itr.oon and SKIN cuitu 'Bus meets all tialns. LKOVAKl GILL
Manager.
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR, Street Cars from Depot pass the door.
An Offer Proving Taltli.Ulceis .
Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill ltCIc 1,1':1)': O B.
eating canons scrofula
sores, ,
rooms attached Florida trade especially! catered for. Rates from Itching skin, scabs and scales of euKvma, -------.- ------- ----------- ------ ...

$2.50 to $.. per day. Special Summer rates-rooms SOc, 75o and $1 with baths. aches\ and pl\ln'llo hones, buck or joints THE PLAZA HOTEL
syphilitic blood poison, lotten glinm and lt KI.E1E, FLA.
'Bus meets all trains. C. A. MERRITT Lessee. canonic\ I'hellmlthnn,, : nnd obstinate, ,
deep-seittod blood I troubles are quickly This handsome new hotel, located on tile bank/ of tie beautiful Indian River!
TURNIP SHOW U CLUB; KOOT.) cured by taking a few large bottles of I In (lie heart of tho far-famed: Indian RI rev oianpo rr'llnnllIIlIow open for this

WINDSOR HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE: FLA." clock! or from throwing them Into the Botoi Ic Blood Balm. We challenge the I reception of guests. A moiu delightful and attractive locality cannot bo

compost pile. It la also clear tout clubbed WI'hfor\ a Case of blood disenso t that I Imagined tlmn" Knckledgo, with Its bonutlful walks ro.ninntlo scenery, boar-
roots should uot be allowed to remain Botonlc Blood l Balm will not cute. The Ing mango groves line \boating, fishing and limit I UK. Itooms with private
the surface of the cures me I permanent and. not patching bulb hates $J 60 per day: and upwards, bj>eclal weekly rates
decay on
to
up. layout' blood thin? Skin pale All S. It. PUCK, Mnunger.
soil. rundown? Astliodln the morning n. .
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Remedial I measures Include destroying when you went to bed? Pimples? Bolls? IU: I'S': .
clubbed roots by burning or deeply Swollen glands or joint, ? Cataith? Put

burying them or boiling before feeding rid Ineath? Eruptions!? Sores In mouthor

In autumn. rotation throat!? If so blood Is bad.
to stock. Deep! plowing your The .
Netherby'1'rH: : On-Iiullnii-Ulvrr I FLA.One .
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of crops and liming are otherprl'vc Blood Bulin will make I Mm blood, pure ,

>ntlons. An Important measure Is anal rich, heal every sole, Mop the aches I
of the lovclloct, locations the rlvei. All modem.
nnd palnf build up the biokcn-down) on Improvements.
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the 8ui>|Mennlon of cruciferous! \ weeds, boi'y, and Invigorates! the old nnd weak. Hot and cold baths, Sulphur 1 &lhii 1 llnlt. Kxotllent: thinking water.

such as shepherd's) puree' kale wild Boionio Blood Balm the only peifvct I'll'Ilty..r fiult I end Ion. Hsh, 03 stile anil I Irnxh vegetables I In ahnndnnce. .

mustard pepper (,{I'RIIS. false fin x. etc., blood puilller niiide. Sold Rt drug stoics, Noithein cutiki ag. HUIIMO hiinilMoiiiely finnUlird' i with all the
which serve as hosts for the club root 1.00 per laigo bottle, Includlngromplete: comforts of a homo lloats. Ti'nlns stop itt ito xtcii, Station on the

parasite. directions To "I'lVO our faith In Blood plantation. Pineapple, dlntilct. Mis. M. A. CURTIS, Manager. i

OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. Balm, a til\l bottle given away to suf -- --_... -- .- --- -- ..
RATES, $2.50 and upward. DODOK & (JULLENS.WESTMORELAND YEARLY to Christian mitn ferers. For free trial bottle, address 'VET PALM III J\CII.
$$900 or wonwn \to, look after our Blood Balm Co.) Atlanta, I S growing; | ) business In this I\nd hesitate, but write at once dencilbing, /
adjoining Counties! ; to act aw Manager medical\ advice
\ trouble and free personal
HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE and Correspondent; work can bo doneat Ivn., Blood. Balm (II. B. B) cures HOTEL SEMINOLE WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.Eutliely .

FLA. your home. Enclose self-addressed, when all else fails. Thoroughly tooted .. ,
stamped envelope for particulars to II. for 110 years. Over :1,000 voluntary testimonials returlll he\l. First-class. Excellence of cuisine n specialty.
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and
open- A hherman, leneial ]\("n81C"r.. oran Sold
of cures using 11. B. B. by
Rates JU.50\: / to $.1.00) diiy. Special rates by the week.
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. not and Cold Water BiiIldI fl opposite United States Tieas B. R. Wilson A Son, drull llItR. 2JjuncH:! per
Wellington D. C. O. P. IIUNT1NOTON.
ury, --
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All -
(hlnfihlllU\ Invented In our Contracts -.. ...- .- .. .. ...
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street cars pass the door. Rooms /5
board $2.00 to $2.50 per day. / Tills strong; and attractive edge pictured week fOI' 104 $$240 ,
by Thc I)i>Hlgntr may bo made weeks, wlllreturn| to yon Inr
Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. IIKNI>ONVILLK '
N. C.
with No. JO linen thread or No. 40 cot. This Is what some of our Con 'rIIE 'VIIJII<'IFU .

ton. III the center of each scallop Is tract Holders Say: Ilendersonvlllo's New Hotel.

the three \loafed clover whkh gives the JaokHfinvlllu. ru Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. edging Its uutne The edge may be M.J. 81lfh, Maimiiur Miittmf, Idcllty, ('I,. city.
usi-d for trimming underwear or If Hour Hlri-I wish to knowlmlicn vi'ir iiin- Jolt links! Twenty-five acres beautiful grovn., Onq hundred\ nnd twenty-flvo
ran'II check for *4MI.. twin'uliliig mv first ooii-
mullet of silk for trimming silk waists. truts w..h'lI. wan u pnillt vt IN'I'O'' | cent 1.hmutH bodrooms. Electric lights, hleiini heat. Elevator Tennis court. Ball rooms..
S ,'"lItH ,<,..m ""..,mull. anil, uimmHoniililn: line
It can ul"o be made of cuarnpr linen 'tiring fnmlllur with 1 iis.rs. ,ii,',, futile. ,ami Tontine Mineral Springs.' Bath rooms. Ten-pin alloys. All modern conveniences.
Opposite postofQne. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re thread for trimming: Hldebonrd cr bu. I work!IIKM, I knew It i milil I tin dmiuf. ; tho,,,-

novated. Newly fuinUhed throughout. Liberally conducted. roan covers of linen. The directions ihrarrully fnro I took rui'oiu iiimtruvt innnil "with",,,U.your niiuny| ,unit For fiiithei liifoimatlon nnd latos, addroHM.BAKDKN .

Rates 2.50 per day and up. are as follows: To IUlike'tho three leafed Y'inri ri'.|>."..tI"lIy.n. ( A WI1KKLEU, Piopilutors, Ilendornonvllla! N. C.Xo'coimtimptlves .

B. W. SPERRY clovers make 5 d s, 3 p 151 H. close W. Hi-Kioit. ., Trop'r. Ullv..llI"tel. taken. Spcclnl, rates for June.
Proprietof.The ..ik...iivlll?". t"hi,. Clot. II. IWKI. :
repeat directions from to three .' Co., .
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M .J I'1I1(1I.1I'lr.IIItllle Iu..uIty" i'llyIKar : --- -- --
times and tie off. Thirty-six of theseA !'o"--" !" A.rll| or the i!r"n''nt. year' I wonliiilniHil Ni\V: YOICK, N. V.
I to '''lie rooF Hniirn or >IIH'K in i lie a'it.I'luivl '
tuul, I ( whli:)ti, Imva no ably' .
lity onipibiiy yon : ---- ----- --
Traveler's Hotel. rriin-m-ntHil. : In this Mists. TiMluy: I nirnlvmlIMM a
(, 'k for SlIM' an the iniitnre.l valiiii. on tlioinoiitnutn. ,"
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'i I Ilia amoune ,imlil III liy ma on oinitriu ,. Hotel
::: u aliova ;united was. 51110| i. Southern NEW YORK, N. Y.
While on a trip ,ltnln ( tint |la.C Four win'kn. I
Mns. N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress.!' Htopiutil off at llaltlmore' for tin, fiiirpoHO i>f InveotlicutliiK ,
: ::
I if" oliarartnr, of Ilia uricunliuillonnil ; .
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. iitjrHfiiiMlle, 1 HIII entirely mitlnllittl, HIIhnvfl (formerly Parker house.)
now taken nnw ninlrnctii In ire than' Euiojiean plan executively. Rntos $1 "fir day and upwards
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Complete Service. twice the anumnt nu furtnftrly held, and, < t.el
: : ;JUlia Street Broadway New York N. Y.
that I ran mifuU I reinininmiil, the itoinpany toalwtio lI ,
CLOVEIt; LEAP JOOI1: O.
TIlE BEST $2 00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. iluHlre' to ave inonity S nil at lha MUIIIU tlmrt IMtOhKKY( lUiOS.! Managers
clover leavc-s will lie required for a >all/" a Imnilmuna liit..r.mt HMIII| It.
C3fTake car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Traveler's.UOTEL yard of the edging With two threads While the i'oinpatiT I. In thai ImiKlx. of Its (ire*. - I
eat ottliluln,1 fwil, that the IntoraHt of I"v"ot..rll
begin the edge. With one thread make will he. w.ll &1I"rcl..cI.l

? JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 4ds.lp.3tls,3p.3da,1p.4ds.close. Yours:lnn.very If.HrKl-HK-oi trntv, Prepared

) OXFORD Opposite St. James Hotel. W Ith two threads make 3 d n. A.& I Agent, I'lur t Hyrrnni of K'yii.
3 P. 3 d B. 3 P. 3 d s. With one thread While our contracts mature at 10-1 weeks

Co-enlont to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and make 4 d s. Join to first p of H three at a profit to the Investor of H.1 per emit
domelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant leafed clover. With two threads make Our Company reserves the right local 2 and 3-plv

stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack 3 d s. Join to side! p of the large ring. In any or all contractual expiration of Asphalt andGravel. Roofing*
son vllle. 40, dOor i 8O weeks, and pay no( per cent :
3 p, 3 d s. repeat directions from to ,
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr.GLENWOOD S eight times. With two threads make The Company estimates It will be at ... __
leant 2 vears before any contracts go beyond
3 d s, 3 p 3 d a. 3 p. With one tbradmake4dslp.3ds,3p,3dslp,4d the 40 week redemption perIod; :FI..o a<1y-P"O r-LTso. .
Corner Duval and Clay Streets, :) therefore. would Into the Com'

HOUSE, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 0. Repeat until the edge/ Is of the desired pany *l.2S you per week, for pay 10 weeks! Total Building and) Lining Papers) ,

length. This may be set between paid *.-,().(XI) and draw out *80 JII), leavinga

Rates, $1.50 per day. Special rates by the week or month. Good two hems of fine lawn for trimming a profit of $:.tO.(H) on a $:>0.00 Investment.We Hoof Paints Creosote Oil
effect. will sell fiom one to twenty contracts ,
dress with
child's pretty
table. Hot and cold 1 water baths, etc. Ten minutes from Depot very to any one person, and not receive

and Postofflce. 1)eafnesaCannot<< He CuredBy over I weeks payment In advance at anyone Black Varnish, etc.

MRS, CARL C. CURTISS, Proprietress.ST. local application, as they cannot time.For .

__ .__ _ ___ __ _ __ ___ u_ reached the diseased portion of the ear. full particulars FIDELITY call on or CO.address, Write for Catalogue, Samples Prices etc.
There Is only one way to cure deafness, MUTUAL
AUGUSTINi and that is by constitutional, remedies. Room 8, Park!) IIlIlIdlolC..Iackaonvllle TIlE AKMITAG MANUFC CO.
Deafness Is caused; i by an Inflamed condition Kla.Go ,

of the mucous lining of the Eostach-
FLORIDA HOUSE AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. lan Tube. When thin tube gets Inflamed I it"rWe.kly collection made through _.._- .- --.
you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect Banks In your own town.
hearing and when It U entirely, closed -
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Centrally located. Passenger elevator. Steam beat. Porcelain baths. deafness Is the result and unless the In- -Ktecutor'tt: Notice to C'redltorn.NIJTICK If: You Have Not

Rates .2.00. $2.50:; and $:1.00 per day. Open the entire ;year. Liberally flamation can be taken out and this tube

conducted. Capacity 250. More than Fifteen Thousand Dollars was restored to Its normal condition hearingwill IB HEREBY!: lIVEN: THAT TIIK:
modern be destroyed forever; nine cases out D..1 *.. Kxm'ntrlx: ut the a..tal ofKohcrt
expended this summer on this hotel. Every Improvement that of ten are caused by Catarrh which Is C. ilncaaMHl laM ofvard
Health Comfort and Pleasure of Its Guests has been r. County Florl.f'tt"r: l>y call UMII all
contributes to the Found
nothing but an Inflamed condition of the creditor l..iaiMM and dlntrlhuuwm and all pllr. What You Want.
added, regardless of expense. F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. mucous surfaces.We Ion. bavloif claim or clomarula axalnnt th.
.
will give One Hundred Dollars for said. MitalA of Robert <*. Harlmicffonr. to |.reiMntth III
-_ ..m CI) the.lCI'JIIICfI.d Kxaoutrlx of laidAM ...
.FRONTISG ON TIlE PLAZA... any ease of deafness (caused by catarrh) within two y smns or the*aina will ba bar- For a Home, suppose you take a trip clown and look at our _
that cannot be cured by Hair* Catarrh red.
ALGONQUIN HOTEL j Cure. Send for testimonials, free.F. MART A.BTRIMOrOt'R, Fruit and Garden Lands. alongtthe!
AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. Eincmtrlx of the Estate of .
J. CfiEKKT *: Co., Toledo, O.EVSoM Kubmt V. BcrloiKaonr.TbU .
Everything first-class. Centrally located. Special attention to Commercial : by druggists\ T.'MJ.Hall's : N_. JO. 1900.! East Coast
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Family Pills are the best.
well-lighted Sample Rooms. Grand
and Tourist Travel. Large Notice.

Rates to 12.50 day. -Impure water ls the cause of roach
from verandahs. $3: per
View of Day and Ocean sickness. Remedy this by getting a fine I.R JfERfeKY rJIVCOITtfA"ON NO" Settlers are flocking In tnf tlllthere 'U room. If you M. _
rates. filter from Claude Walton. Tltnrllle. NOTICE[ April lie. imi.' I hail pran' nl myaocooBM
Special weekly and monthly for Anal nattlmnoot., and apply looking' this way, drop a line to
NOEL A. MITCHELL Manager. for., dlnrkarca .. vlmloUtrKlriz of Uw ...
Remember that the IXDIAN Aryan tate of Natliaa **..od.r.. lUcaaawl. to the JAS. E. INGRAHAM *** vice.iTMid.n,
... .r ADTOCAT does all kinds of Job printing (onnry Judge of Bravartt County,at Tltoavllla, ,
at short; notice. Send them an order rds. JLOHIDA EAST COAST IVY
8AJU.H JL aArfleDaaa.Ozo. .
Remember .ADVOCATE does Job Printing. i and be convinced that It p the place to H. Possess AdnlnlMratrU.Altornrf .
have Job printing done. for Ailmlalftratrlx. 1ug-1&m8m ST.AUOU8TINE. FLA.






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I it "a To To Commission Hotel Proprietors Merchants, KRUGER-IN FRANCE. THE ROAD-QUESTION. Robbins & Graham Co. :EJ. L. :se :c dr, :seO.,


i ,,, The Key West Advertiser has the following Micco, FtA.: Dec. 1, 1000. -DEALERS IN-
To Storekeepers, and others....I to say about the late President (Incorporated.)
l who Editor East Coast Advocate '' GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
Kruger after
fully arming; his peo-
li If you want to get go'tnl results PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.This ,
,I' ple with the finest Implements des- Dear Sir:-Knowing you are an advocate
advertise In the We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for APES FERTILIZERS
truction that could
buy of good roads I
money putting( beg to allow ,
: foreign military at the Lead in you company ownsIrAN2 We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers.
of me
:1 I experts space your paper for a few words i
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, his army, and seizing; all the mountainsand in regard to same. I see In your last z:: :: S, Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station

'" strategical points, declared war Issue an article from R. A. Conkling E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.S. .
I TirUSVlLLK, Indian River, FLORIDA. against Great Britain, with the object ol about raising the taxes for road and In the Indian River Country; On the St.

,I I The ADVOCATE circulates extensively seizing all the British territory Africa: bridge building. Now I will let Mr. Conk- Lucie Ulvef; at New River and on Bay
throughout the orange lemon, pineapple 'The reception given by the Citizens ling know that we, as far as MIcoo settlement W. CARROLL, W. E. GOLDSMI'fn.Carroll .
v 4 ""I vegetable and fish sections of of Marseilles to the fleeing exPresidentof goes, object very much to hav- Bl eayne. Prices to suit the times.

Florida, an well as throughout every the lste Transvaalalthough thoroughly ing more expenses on roads of which we Send for Land List. c& Goldsmith.Dealers
b /I., Ktata In the Union. It Is known as the disgusting to all sensible and sober- never have any benefit. I have been ,
6 ;: rink Paper of Florida." minded people, must not be taken as any living here more than twelve years, and I Offices at Titusvllle and Miami, Fla. --- In-
The East Const of Florida has some of evidence of true sympathy for Kruger paid taxes on county roads; but I have
I I the finest hotel In the United States, by the populace of France. They really never seen the road yet. The road Is GEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
and nearly every hotel is overflowing care." nothing_ about the ex-President of somewhere back In the pine woods but President. Actuary. ,
with tourists during; the winter. :NOW the South African Republic. Their hatred I have not found It yet and I think it I Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage Solicited.
IS YOUR TIME TO ADVERTISE. Give to Britishers has been Intensified by Lakes a good deal of experience first to Breyard Abstract of Title Co TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
the ADVOCATE your ad. and you will not the late Fedosha affair between Great find the rood and more experience to ,
regret it. Our office U a kind of Bureau Britain and France, and they were glad follow tt WILL, FURNI8HAbstracts -

t ef Information. For rates, etc., address of an opportunity to vent their spleen by At Grant settlement they are a little of Title
Advertising Manager; TUB:ADVOCATE, giving the man who declared war against better off; they have the county road INSURANCE.Protect
J Tltusville, Fla. England; an ovation.: As the French goy (they ca.lllt) running/ through the settlement FOK LANDS IN- AoBjreE,
ernment took no part officially In the and although It takes a good- Brevard County.Office
demonstration the British Lion can afford sized mule to drag a wagon over It, they LXaTJSrXNG: iLrLc9.
;, ::1 .OUR HOLIDAY STOCK to look on and wag his tall. at least have the privilege of looking at under Law Office of '
,, "The poor, silly old' Kruger, who pro the road. We, of this settlement, never I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
voked the war with Great Britain, may had that much for the money we have GEO. AI. ROBBINS, Insurance Company. .Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
I'' IS NOW READY FOR INSPECTION.JEWELERS naturally feel very sore over the result; paid> In many years towards the road. TiTDsviLr.B:, FLA. Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

; but having very solemnly declared: 'We Give us a' road through our settlementand For Rates, Information, eta, call on or address CIIAS. S. SCHUTLER,
I J ({; sr will never surrender; we are determined : we would not kick for paying some TituBvUk), Fla.
I to fight to the last extremety, and If the' more taxes East Coast Meat Market

J w Republics of the Transvaal and Orange; Then Mr. Conkling talks of building; a
1 I Free State lose their Independence, It bridge over Sebastian river. What have
G. F. DUREN, Agent.
25/ East Street INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
Bay will be because they have lost to .
every man, we got keep a bridge there for? The
r, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. woman and child,' he Is now only making coupty road runs down to a ferry, and Ii C: -
I himself ridiculous by the Intensity that Is all there Is needed there. Mr. 0rn FLA.

"1,1,' his emotionalism. The Republics have Conkllng! starts early in his career to y4+ cs: : : III prepared to furnish Ice in any 'quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention

THE ANHEUSER BUSCH. lost their Independence already; mnyof raise taxes for things from .which we c::>> paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
I the leading Boers-men, women and n.wer get any benefit. Build a road all -
Brewing Asso's' children seeing; the utter hopelessness along the river from one end of the =' T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
I of attempting to continue the struggle county to the other; and let all tb* sa.: :
people ----------- ----- ----------- ---
I' have bravely returned to their homo an(1are who own property pay for .*t. If .
ttj t' Famous St.Louie Keg and Bot now persulna.. their former mode of that cannot be done let the people who \ .. ROBT. L.
II ., tIed Beer. life."And have good roads pay for tbe' privilege, esy MOTLOW,
not to their dishonor be It said, and let the people who have no roads at _. .C'-a.
/Bold by Me. ..F.A. =' -
ir Lode and COCOA and TITUSVILLE
R. L,. Mntlow TftuHTlllB,Ida. for they were naturally brave, but facts all be out of It. We, object to paying : : tiC7 FLA.
By Mr It. L. Motlow,Cocoa, Kla. and figures were dead against them. At the fiddlers If we.cannot enjoy the danc

By Mr.Fort W.J.Fierce Tucker, ,Via.Cocoa and the outbreak, the total population of the ing. Respectfully, TITUSVILLE, : FLORIDA,. Four full Quarts Whiskey DELIVERED ,3.20
f Free State was less than 70,000, the P. UKUTLESKN.:
Transvaal OIiO()(), while Ultlanders(mostly -
JOSEPH ZAPF British) was estimated at 87,000. Today Southern Home
there ()( Miami.
are 200,000 British soldiers
Sole Agent. South Africa and the situation Is such as Mocking Bird Food

I to promote the return of the old Uitlan- James E. Chambers, of Delray, has Jas. Pritchard & Son. ,

j Ij 010 to 020 West Bay Street, ders and a large number of new ones, been here attending Court.
ft while the Boer ranks have been further
decimated. Thus to continue the policy Mr. and Mrs. Geo. U. Eagle, of Pitts-

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. outlined by their fleeing, errallo ex-Pres, burg, Pa., arrived here Sunday night. ..ID oilers Ira._

(dent would be the very reverse of a wise, E. A. Waddell, our popular real estate
Choice "
\Mp% policy. dealer
-will soon return from New York.

ns Wines,Llq uore W. R. llealey and J. J. Hughes, of

and Cigars CHRISTMAS IS COMING. West Palm Beach, have been attending
r Court. Hardware
i Guaranteed Pure.
The time\has arrived when the thoughtsof George C. Matthams, one of Lake ,
Sold at reduced all people are turned toward Christ- Worth's prosperous pluoapple growers, ,
price mall, and what our store beepers have for was among( the arrivals In town the first
J Imported sale for that auspicious occasion. So of the week.E. .
Tok Wine, far very few of our merchants have start
y Ben Carter the roadmasterof
popular
Box 212Titusville
ed to advertise their Christmas !
In
goods
from Italy the Florida East Coast Railway spenta
the ADVOCATE: it Is
although the
one day or so here, the first of the week, In
h John B. Togni season of the year when the brotherhoodof the interest of his Florida.w
company. : : .
man Is}nost: manifest when generosity ,
Fresh day. 25 cents a pound.
:-Metropolitan: : Saloon, 123: East Bay St. and kindness rule, molten selfishness Mr.\ and Mrs. A. ShrarTe, of Newark every- Prepared only by
forgotten. Blessed season, and It Is honorable N. J., are among the tourists at hotelBiscayne. ---- ---
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA to mankind that it la more widelyand Mr. Hbraffe Is a wealthy manufacturer HENRY R. THOMAS, -----. -: : _. a:: cc: U:::.:. _' 13'- .
Wholesale and Retail.... generally celebrated each year. of Bush, doors and blinds In Chemist; A Druggist. LaVllla Pharmacy.
The distinctive feature of Christmas is Newark. They are delighted with MI- I Jacksonville, 'Fla.
The Opportunity may come to few, or many to inepecta; bbl
the giving of presents. Sometimes vain ami and Its climate.M. .
h HOTELS BOARDING HOUSESAND and foolish people overtax their purseand Have you Your Hotel registered In the choice assortment of Fall
Elsworth, of St. Louis, Mo., arriv- ::1
r OTHERS. their energy In making gifts; they ed bees. !Sunday night. Mr. EI .worth Is International Hotel and Tourist Bureau
cannot allord but for the
most part tokens in quest of location where he can grow NOVELTY DRESS GOODS
of love and esteem ,
exchanged at oranges and vegetables. A drive through of Boston
Christmas
are pitched acommon-sense the surrounding If not Attend to It at and send
country, on Monday, once, a
),"11 Is. It Is embarrassing to receive a with lion. F. fc>. Morse convinced him package of circulars to be distribu In Black and Colors, !such! as Poplins, Crepons, Satin-Soloil, Venetians,
handsome your
cannot afford present' to make from it. one The we manifestation know that be had struck the right place.A. ted. Also ON SALE THIS WEEK.J.Will you be one P.ii

of friendship Is always: the more J. Kolb daughter and Mrs. Rachel Place your'advertisement In the
apifrcclatml when made within the means L. Abbott arrived hero, Sunday night. ii Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville. Fla. II
!l of the giver. Mr. Kolb has leased the Ir. Burgess BOSTON HOME JOURNAL
It you want Fresh and Halt water Flub, Oyster.UreenTurtlesto.
., 8. 11. MELTON. Whole, From a commercial point of view mansion, on Thirteenth street, and as Furniture, Dry:Goods, Shoes.
Z a-loaml Retail ITInii and 0).ter Company fnuof Christmas has assumed degree oil soon as the household belongings arrive through which this Bureau Is conducted.,
Ocean at.,and City Market,JackMouvlllo, Flat. marked Importance. Thousands of work. will take pusseaslon. Mr. Kolb is one of Write for full particulars.
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men all over the country, and the world St. Augustine's oldest meicliants. Here
W. WALLACE WAUGH
for that matter, labor all the year roundto after lie will be numbered as one of Manager
1 NEAR & TAYLORif' make !goods for Christmas, and merchants Miami's progressive and prosperous cit 147 Summer street, Boston, Mass
biro extra forces and go to extra izens.
Artesian Well expense to do the Christmas business. Miss Pearl Gardner, one of Miami's 'j'bc I3rc .VC.-y GAY BROTHERS'
I One can, therefore, feel, when buying a most popular young ladles, who has been I'
Christmas present advertised In the ADVOCATE spending the summer with friends In 610 Vest Bay'St., Jacksonville,
i ; 1CONTRACTORS, that he Is contributing to the St; Louis returned home Sunday night. FINE
'I ,' commercial activity of his city sod coun! Mrs. Gardner, of New York, mother of PALATKA, FLORIDA. GROCERS.

l )A Ean Gallic, Fla. try. He Is aiding In employing; labor, Is C. W. Gardner, met Miss Gardner In Wines Liquors and Cigars
i putting money In CirCIIIl\I\on1\ and indirectly Jacksonville. She: will spend the winter ,

__ .__.. h__ _______ _. _.. ._ mouth, of by the his generosity We, fowling the with her sun and family. Mrs. Gardner Anheuser-Uusch Extra Pale on Draught. We make a Special Feature of our
hungry. think the Is eighty-ono years old, 'and made the Fine Cold Lunch Served Daily.
P proposition could be very well sustained distance from New York to Jacksonville
The best of and
CANCER that It Is a duty the well-to-do the Service a pleasant quiet Mail Order
CURED at HOME. community to Indulge In the pleasure owe of alone. _____________ sesort JOHN F. MUNCH, )Igr.rrWe Department.Knowing .

making Christmas presents.It .
4 NO KNIFJ3, .; NO VAIX. Is pleasing to know that the season Eau Gallie. / would esteem the favor if our how difficult It Is in some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES

Bond for free book. Address, this year promises to lie so auspicious a readers, when writing or calling upon CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them filled
Cancer Sanitarium, one. The weather is Ideal for Inspecting; We are pleased to note that Mr, Wm. our advertisers to purchase merchandise, promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.
Ii ESELLEVIEW:!: FLORIDA the tempting display of Christmas goodsIn Troutler Iii Improved In health. etc., would mention the ADVOCATE.: We carry the most Complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and havemany
the stores, times are good; the orange; Mrs. Thomas Barbour is again snugly articles not usually found In i iB3T other and smaller houses
k'' !grove outlook Is good and all the signs/ ensconced In her cozy winter cottage.J. SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
point to happy and merry Christmas !:Anybody who wishes new rubber
Citizen's Barber Shop. for all. Have you no Christmas goods E. Hodgson and son, Klngan tubes: for their /filter may have same by .- -- -- ----. -
to advertise? have been on a- visit to Jacksonville, re- remitting 25 cents to Claude C. Walton,
Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving, cently. Titusvllle, Fla.Clyde! ESTABLISHED:: 1870.
Shampooing etc., Porcelain Hath Tubs. Dr. E. A. llebard has returned to
Everything up-to-date at reasonable rates. FLORIDA ORANGES. Duytonn, after a pleasant visit with the

1 I. II. COLKMAN: :' Proprietor. family of his. son. Steamship- Line. M. Lane & Son

I 11 Main street, Jacksonville, Fla. There Is no use beating the devil Arthur Franklin after a lengthy visit Tickets and reservations via the Clyde ,

around the stump; up to date the condi- to hill family at Canaveral, returned to :Steamship Line can be secured of Chins.U. .
Don't throw away your money buying tion of the Florida oranges/ arriving; In Key West Sunday. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, .TI-
patent medicines. Dr. Vincent's advice this market has been far from satisfactory tusvllle. 282:I WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
the Inferior and the Mrs. G. W.McKenzle, of Canaveral,
al>.ue Is worth a gallon of "cure all'ruff. '" grades being '
/ Wnte him at Jacksonville fruit still greenish. The bulk of the arrivals palllled through here Tuesday en routeto
have been russets.! At the auction Daytona to visit her husband. VISIT the most peculiar and interesting Southern Fruit and Produce

sale Monday of a car, prices ranged Miss Kate Jones, the popular laughter sight In America '
{ For Sale. from $_.GO to 91.80 and, on Tuesday, on married
of S. Jones, of Tropic, was to
THE FLORIDA.Ostrich .
another from t.1.0to); On
car, fl.85.
T. J. Harper last week. They will make
} At Daytona, on the Halifax, six acres Thursday brlghts; sold from $:!.Oii to Miami their future home. ot'rra.ission.: ': :) : ::: : ::1v.IeJohac.: : : :
eh-Mce and
hammock land, cleared f,need 2.70, russets from $2.2to: $2.65. Farm Co.
and partly net with orange trees. $1)00.) A conservative price range gives russets I Horace C. Davis and his wife have ar- and
One-half cl\8b. balance 8 per cent. at $:!.Iil) to t3.()(), with brlghts from $3.75: rived here from Jackson, Mich., and have SPECIALTIES : 'ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils, Cards and our quotations
i Address, to $:l.25.: Thanksgiving In Floridaa rented one of the Gilbert cottages for furnished on application.
COUKTtANn BUCKMAX, was fairly active, some very fancy stock the winter. This charming couple are JACKSONVILLE.
22 Hogau St., Jacksonville, Fla. selling from store as high as $3.73 and on their wedding trip and ale welcomed
$4.0O. Some Florida tangerines sold at here by everybody.A .
auction Tuesday at f row:$1.75 to j.26.: E. A. W-AJDDELT-
If in poor health consult Dr. Vincent, jolly party visited Ocean on .
The weather has been favorable In Florida
,
Jlohiwk building, Jacksonville, Fla. Thanksgiving Day on the launches
for the whole of this current week
Grand Rapids, Dawn and Helen. Among
and receivers here are confident of a those who enjoyed the trip were Mr. and Cosmopolital Real Estate Office,

TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. great improvement In the condition of Mrs. Stlckney, Mrs. Canfield, Mrs. Ue-

I The following are the times of arrival Dec.next week's 1st. arrlvl\llI.-l"rultman'lI" Guide, ,bard Danforth Ezra llebard, Messrs.Mrs.Hodgson Danforth, Misses, Misses BUREAU of INFORMATION for CITY of MIAMI

and departure of passenger trains to and Hodgson, Mr. and Mrs. McNab, Mrs.
from Titusvllle: CHURCH NOTICES. Gilbert and J. A. Gilbert. and Dade
s SOUTHBOUND.L County in general. Loan and Collection Agency.

I. ave.Tlttuvllla tor Miami\ and I IIntermodule Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine ..
I} 5t3'09: P7MRT.eDVaD. .m The PrOrr| .tCottar* CInb.
point service at Eau Gallle next Sunday, Agent for the valuable TUTTLE ESTATE lands,located at Ft. Lauderdale,
I morning and evening. The Progressive Culture Club met at Ilallandale Fulford, Ojus, Biscayne, Little River, Miami, Cocoanut Grove
Leave Tltuvlll for Jackjonrlll I
Iat 9:25 the home of Miss Emma Wright and Cutler also the Estate of DR.
: pleasant CUTLER besides
pjo desirable
and Interiutxil.te point I ITltn There will be preaching at the Presbyterian fronts Fruit\ many water
last Monday afternoon. Only five mem- ; and Vegetable Lands of all sizes
East
I Tllle for Sanford TOO: ..m Tltusville on Coast and chain ot
-Urrlve TItiuviUa from Sanford 1:28: p.m church. next Sunday bers responded to roll call. After adjournment Keys to Key West. Orange and Phosphate lands on West Coast.
.
and
morning evening. Nearly 2011r1gant1ebtrde.tandiit Sto 10 feet
I JWrlve Tltitsvilte from Yew Smyrna et0 a... Miss Wright served'daintyrefreshments high, weighing. :M to 4(10 pound Men. Ontrlch
Leave TtruavUS for New Smyrna It 1M: P m The Rev. X W. Senterfltt, of Stetson which were heartily enjoyed : 0...... eltll! ,oxjrtcb sitting and baby ostriches For Correspondence, enclose '
University, will preach In the Baptist by those present. The next meet- ju.e batc6. stamps. Agent for
notice ads. this Church this Ing will be held In the Opera house, on Oulrie mxwrt visitor throned the farm explaining > ARMOUR A CO., Fertll.lze1'll. Chicago AIRMOTER
rr- Reading on page at place next Sunday, mornIng all stout the bird,UMirinMU, nsbiu, WIND MILLS,Chicago.
are live cents per Una per week. and evening. Monday afternoon, December the 10th. plajua., cur Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA.






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