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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 29, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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E, io. N0 18. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 99, 1800. PRICE, 5o.

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LOCAL NEWS -Miss H. Ellis, of Atlanta, Ga., was -Miss Annie Paddlson leaves for Eau CHRISTMAS IN THE SUNNY Son of Man to make us the eons of God AMONG THE HOTELS t '
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among the ar ivals in town yesterday. Gallic to-day, on a short visit to Mr. and To-day with' tho church in all the

Topics of General ,Interest, -Have jon paid subscription ? Mrs. Geo. F. Paddlson.Mr. LAND. world, wo go to Bethlehem to nee this AnvoOATIC-;; I
nd your wonderful thing, to hoar the RDtf'I"Oloryl' The I now on file at all ,
If not, please do so. Fred F. Taylor, one of Rock- ; the best hotel In New York city.
to God on high, and on earth peace and I
Tltusvillo and Other East Coast
General Gos.lp In oonnectlonIlhBiecaynellay ....:Titusvllle has been quite gay of late peasant visitor winter residents, wasa good: will to men." The real joy of I Where to stop along tho East Coast.
and to town .
yesterday.Mr. I
-ut. with her Christmas festivities 'and Towns. therefore In the
Christmas center
Lake Worth, Indian, many Soo list of hotels on -Ith and 7th pages. j
River, Key West dances. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins en- manger of tho Christ-child but thin
ILin* and Halifax tertained a few friends at dinner last child I Is the "Lamb of God that\ tnketl I Do you want to purchase a hotel and
Point along the -Mr What Our Correspondent Have to Bay
I Important ; S. D. Geiger is again in town
I...*Coast of Florida. Brief mention of after a. protracted visit down the East, evening,.among them being Archdeacon About ChrUlmn away the sin of the world." The mange) cottages ? If you do, road ad. on 7th, I
tut B. looks tho and It Is that the I page I
Various Part Coast F. Brown and .wife and Mr. Chas. II. onto cross, so
from
Event attending to Insurance business.Mr. Christmas
1ltretting Walton. In Titusvllle, began Satur of thankfulness
About People Ton Know highest expression our Whcro to stop In Tltu Vl11o. See hotel -
I the World; n. C. day afternoon with a Christmas tree and redeemer Is In the
KnowPicked Rogers, traveling freight for the Incarnate and boarding house advt. on 7th ..
Don't ,
the
I Id Ton -Among mlnentat.torneys who
People and passenger agent of the Ocean Steamship exercises at S.\lnt Gabriel's Episcopal eucharist in which ho specially becomes
1 II Onr Society Editor and a large Ifaff Line arrived at the Indian River hotel yesterday church and this was followed In the divine lifo pago. ,
q T was in town this morning. ; the Bread of Life, that the He
I,, Correspondents Mattered along thefat were: Judge I. A. Stewart and E.Ely evening with an entertainment and gives us may Increase more and nlOl.Ounto Those about to visit Florida would do .
I Coast of Florida. -Master Claude Walton, one of Stet, of DeLand; Frank Clark, J. C. Xmas tree at the Presbyterian church. otcl'nalllfe. well to note tho names of the best hotels

son University's students, is In Jacksonville Cooper, of Jacksonville.Our There were also Christmas sermons and at which to stop, on our 7th pago. ,I
spending the holidays with his rRKSUYTEUIAN CIIUUC1I. I
carols in the churches
THE ADVOCATE, readers should take notice of on Sunday. Illustrated folders of the fine EastCoast.hotuls
parents. Tub small and old At 70:! o'clock m. the Sunday
Johnson boy-aye, some p.
In advance. Law Co.'s ad. on 8th page, and etc., to be given away, free,
$1'50 per annum, h -Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brainerd. who McTimmons & Fitch', ad. on 4th page. ones too-began to get in hU part of school of the Piesbyterlnn church were at tho AnvoOATR: office. Send two-cent
11.00 six months, the festlvltlcH. The weather was as delightful met by an audience completely filled
countries. have been In Georgia for some time past, Both these Jacksonville firms are bidding stamp to pay postage. *
an. to foreign Florida the East the church being compelled to .I, f
12.00 per arrived in town last night, on their. way for a share of your patronage. as weather on many
I fien you subscribe for the ADVO- to Eau Gallie. Coast is celebrated for-not too hot for stand round the doors. Tho nudlonco Tho now hotel at Palm Bench, built
li f by the year, it does not cost you -Messrs. T. Grotjan Honald, of Lotus; comfort, nor yet too cool for discomfort; was delighted with tho beautiful decorations by Mr. Maddo", will probably be ready tr J
cents per week, postage I included. -County Commissioner J. R. Walker, and Ed. :Simmons: of Cocoa, were among but just the kind of weather that makesone tho plan: of which was, that n* to receive gui \.\ about tl.e end of Jan
hree expiration printed upon who has been on the sick list during the those who attended the dance at the feel glad that he Is llvlug. Christ was the author of all this joy and uary. I
of
Note date week. This past two.weeks. is around again, much Opera house on Tuesday night. There The day began with the booming of gladness! tho school would have him riv If r
loor or wrapper every Manager\ : O. D. Sonvoy of :Magnolia
paper to the of his friends. will be another dance ,
lireceipt for your money. No need pleasure to-night ( Friday) cannon-crackers, torpedoes, and guns, echo the brightest praise, HO diamond Springs hotel has tho thanks of tho ADVOCATE .

firnito send receipt for subscription. -Mr. Joseph Woodrow, of Havana, -The ADVOCATE office has been the recipient which seems to many rather peculiar were made out of evergreen and hung for a Christmas present of a neat I
beginning for Christmas Day. Then the wall, with a letter in tho centre
date gives it to you. Cuba, was a passenger on Saturday's of many useful and ornamental upon little card case and nn annual pass over
northbound train route to Ocala to this Christmas and return came tho FanUstlcs on horseback, which mado of .white roses, until tho leUH'sIIpelled "
this in your en presents we his "Traction Railway. i
d W Please place paper spent the Christmas holidays with his thanks to 'our many friends in the North caused a deal of amusement for the on- "Immanuol. Over the platform i
ting room. brother. and South for so kindly remembering us. lookers, and "Young America" In parti were diamond figure, with the letters, Mr. Chas. A. :Merrltt, lessee of Hotels I
The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE is on I cular. "Joy," In white.: Tho platform had tho Rathbun and Plncido, I I. now a very busy
ie it the following news-stands, at five -Miss Ella Singleton, of Rocklodge, is -Miss Emma Morgan and her nephew, At 10l0:! there was the usual Christmas same kind of figures with stars suspended man, having again taken up his winter
.uts per copy : In town, visiting Mrs. C. C. Curtiss. Dozier Alderman, came over from Lees- ; service in the Episcopal church, and an in the centre Tho church was full position n* manager of tho Florida East
Titusville-Fred S. Chaffee. Miss Singleton is quite a popular young: burg, Friday last, and left next day, for entertainment and tree In the Melhodlitt when the exercise began with an anthem Coast Buffet Service, with headquarter
I J. B. Sereven.lacksonv1leRathbun lady, and her friends are always pleasedto Fort Pierce, to spend Christmas with church In the evening. "Bright Angels on tho wing. at St. Augustine.

I \ hotel. see her In town. Miss Morgan's sister, Mrs. D. L. Alder- The streets were thronged all day with Invocation ....,..... .............,. J'aMtorJoy
I '" Windsor hotel. man. citizens and visitors who cameto to the Wo..rld. ...................... .Choir Time ADVOCATE acknowledges receiptof
hotel. -Mr. L. Bradbury, of Webb Mill, N. our many Ueoitation....... ,Welcome,........Sndle DiirunChrlntina an Invitation to attend the opening/
I St Augustine\ Alcazar Y., will probably join his son, Mr. E. L. -The Rev. Jno. A. Hughes was the do their trading with Tltusvllle'a mer- >. ..... *.....,Uuth Woodward danco at ]motel, JackBonvlllo .

Bradbury, at Arch Creek, Dade Co., architect of the elaborate Christmas chants, whose exchequers were largely of Son Class!jr.exercise..... ..... ....Merry. Welcome Christmas.....Time... ....School on Monday evening next,, from .

I fl- Reading notice ads. are ten cents next week, as he has closed his northern decorations at the Presbyterian church, augmented by' the many hundreds Recitation, i't)-to-Ante Santa Claus Va. Farmer" nine until twelve o'clock. A grand timeIs
sine on this page. home for the winter. and he is receiving much praise for his dollars that passed over their counters. Santa and tho :Moose Merle Hooblo I In store for those who attend.
endeavors. The church was beautifully Good feeling and gladness mal ked the Claim exercise....What the Hhc'hnrdllSaw,
I-Do not fail to date your. letters -Mr. W. F. Jibb has just received a decorated.The day. The programmes of the various 8oiiE.WIiat: Saw the She''herds? The College Arms, DeLand, opened

: fl" after Sunday next. newspaper called Freedom, from Manila, :Sunday; schools areas follows: ItiKiltatlon* cxoiolne, Siinta,....C'lunn The Town.In Morrooo, 0. SohuylorClan and will\ bo ready to receive guests on I
sent him by an old friend in the army. Misses Aline and Daisy Brady, Hone...Itlntf the llclU.Il the that of January. This fine hotel U
J who have been Stetson Uni- EPISCOPAL CHORCir. under of M C.
Os-o attending !rllatlon.C'hrlKtiiiniiPie.Malel8ohiiylcr: tho management r. W. Rlp-
It is full of interesting: reading matterpertaining .. ... With Joy.. ... ... Choir
( to the Island of Luzon. versity, and the Misses fttndie' and Kate On Saturday afternoon At 4:30 the Anthem Ib'dtallon, What Sing HantaClmn Jtronght, J. Jlllie Icy, who I 18 a well known and popular ho-
I -Several items are crowded'out of Stewart and Bessie Hall, :St.: Joseph's children of St. Gabriel's Sunday: ochool Tableau ... .Seven Light HOI manager During tho summer Mr.
\ii!Issue to make room for Christmas -Dame Rumor says Mr. and Mrs.J). Academy, St. Augustine, returned to had' their festival. There was a Christmas AiUlre, ..... .... ... .............. I'antorSOUR Klpley.manage the Hotel Slpplcan, Mar .
teL F. Ives, Mr. Bert Ives and the MissesG.rtle town last Friday to spend the holidays. true beautifully decorated and loaded ,. ... .,.. First riirlntnwn(C'hrlntm.i, Farewell.Night. ..f.. race...HehoolItocltatlon Hood' lon, Mass Head ad on 7th page. '

[ C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, : and Elsie Ives.; of the Philadelphia, -Mr and 'Mrs. W. II. English\ ,, who with gifts. The exercise constated of Distribution of 1'retunU l>j the Hheplmrd While visiting\ Merrltt1 Hotel Rath-
-Attorney time
had at LaGrange
Ira In town yesterday, and made us a Christmas a glorious tree on Saturday night. usually spend their winters in f-arasota carols by the choir and school; Mrs. After which the au(from! jolnod In bun, Jacksonville, a couple of days tholist
want! call. are now in tows, guests of the Indian Ithodes and Mrs. Morgan rendered an singing 1'ralxe God whom all. ( of the week, we found thing la
-Capt. C. F. Fischer, who Is on his River Hotel. Mr. English Is a partner in appropriate spng. Tho services were blessings flow" first-class order-especially the dining- '
I -Mr.' Geo. M. Robbins has been spend- way to Cuba, on board the launch, Half- the McFarland Fruit Protection Co., and brief-the Lord' Prayer, the creed anda room, where Manager J. II. Dalton set a
couple of days in Jacksonville this moon, arrived in town Christmas night, we gladly welcome them to our town. brief Christmas catechising/ by the 11APTI8T AND MKTHOniST. table that pleased tho moat fastlduou
keek, attending to law business. from St. Augustine a visit to his wife. rector, Then followed the dlstlbiitlon These churches united and held their arrival from tho North. ,This hotel I II
friends glad to -Mr. F. O. Williams has been appointed of the presents from the tree Everything Christmas exorcises and tree In tho with much
The were meeting BUCCCSS.
I Captain's many
-Among other pretty calendars roped to succeed George C. Floyd as
went off well, and the children Methodist church on ChrlRtmni evening.
at this office during the week, is see him in town again.Mr. freight agent of the Florida East Coast seemed satisfied and happy. Tho church was crowded to its 'utrnnllt In anticipation of a big season Hotel 4|

lie from Mr. Wm. A. Bours, of Jackson- D. S. Hutchinsonof Yardvllle, Railway at Jacksonville, and will assume Suuduy being the luuitli Sunday, In capacity, and many little tots wont home St Goorgo, St. Augustine, has received
Ilk N. J., a former owner of the Indian the duties of the position within a shorttime. Advent and the eve of Christmas, the rejoicing over what they received from most complete overhauling, and many

I-Messrs. S. F. Gibbs, of Melbourne; River hotel at this place, arrived at New lIe was formerly station agent of usual services were held, and the sermons the ChrUtmnsUroe. Tho following was point added, which will go a long way

p: ,H.Sams, and M. S. Sams, of Courte- Smyrna on Christmas night. He will the name road at Tltusvillo, and latterlyat by the rector were on the lessons of the the programme for tho occasion: to make the douse mOle attractive than .
,.have been in town a couple of days come down to Indian River as soon as he West Palm Beach.J. Advent and the Incarnation.On Singing by the Choir. ever. The reputation of the St. George
week. can get his house-boat In readiness. for Christmas/ day there was the full Prayer... .. ..... .. .. .1. .... Itcv. A. H. 1'cnny In the past still boldl good, and Its door
i Jacksonville
B. Togni's/ Bay street, Recitation.,..,Wocoms..ir. Vsnlandingham.Serlptilru will bo thrown Monday next to
I Jackson- the trip.j \ is still one of the most popular service and Holy Communion. Tho ser' .. .....,............ .... ... ....(:1111'1111. open on
-Capt. J. n. Smith left for Smith of the some of the mon was from Heb. I, I-II verses, "God; Hinging ...... ...I4AH..U.L.U.... .. ..Choir. welcome all guest
JJe on Saturday last. lIe says he mayaln'away -Mr. H. Julius Pompton, resorts in metropolis. who at sundry times and In divers manners ClanH Kxorclne...,tin......... .. ......Children.!
permanently but his many N. J., who was on his way north for a finest liquors and\ wines In the state may Itocltatlon ....,..........,.....KlnanorHnrlven. Tho office of tho Ponce do Loon hotel,St.
establishment spake In times past unto the fathel'sby ..... ....... .. ... .... this will bo In charge
ids here in while; and Mr. A. D. Baldwin of New be obtained at this ; at 1'401111'' .. .. ... ,.,.. Choir. AugtiHtlno, season,
\near hope future.to see him again Haven, Conn., came up from Rockledge): very reasonable prices. New Year's the Prophets, bath In these" last day Itecltatlon.... ..,. Bam Vanlandlnirhain Wultor! and of tho following cfllclent staff: A. W.
Knox
The sub-
yesterday, in Mr. :Smith's:) launch. Both goods in abundance. Call and see Major spoken unto U8 by Ills Son. Distribution of Preienu. Ifodgdon, room clerk; W Glbbs,
| -Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Branning, Mr. these gentlemen own orange): groves at Togni's big stock. stance of the sermon was that God made cashier; II. W. Warner, nigh clerk; W.
idMrg. W. S. Branning, Mr. and Mrs. Rockledge, and Mr. Smith left another Social man a strangely complex being-an NEW SDtYIU A. J. Flemtnlng, mall clerk; D. C. Finn,
.Ousterhoudt spent the Christmas big tent order with the McFarland Fruit -The Titusville Club gave one animal on one side of his nature and 'a There was a Union Christmas tree at key clerk; J. F. WIlliams, assistant cashier I

Wiys at Green Cove Springs; and Protection Co. ere leaving town. of their enjoyable dances at the Opera spiritual being ou the other, with an Intermediate the Congregational church' Sunday night/ ; F, J, Baker, assistant room clerk.
I in. H. Walton at Jacksonville.Sir house on Friday night, when quite!! a Intellectual. nature! used hy! and many. little heart were mndu glad All usual, Mr. Robert Murray will be In
-Mr. Wm. J. Newell, proprietor ofthe number were present. Among 'those both; so that man Is neither a purely charge a* manager
I Henry Lynch Blosse, of Ireland, Pleasantvllle Press, Atlantic City, from a distance we noticed Mr. Bert Ives animal nor a purely spiritual being Tho ClIIllSTMAH AT JENSEN, ,

Rain at Palm Beach for the winter. N. J., was a pleasant caller at this office/ and Miss Gertie Ives, of Philadelphia; animal side of his nature, open to him The Christmas entertainment and tree To Kent.
made a trip down the East Coast two on Wednesday. He was accompaniedby Miss Bellows, of Chattanooga, Tenn; all sensuous enloyment, while his spiritual given by tho Jensen Sunday: School on
""ten ago, and was so much pleased'th his wife and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miss Margaret: L. Hunt, of Nashville, nature link him with the highest Christmas evening wa tho belt! we have :
this section of Florida that he made Newell and daughter and C. B. Newell.Mr. Tenn.; and Miss Annie Bellows, of Dan- spiritual Intelligences and makes him over had. The tree was literally loaded For the winter month, a four-roomed

fttother: visit. Newell says they came south owingto burgh, Ga. capable of communion with God. The down with presents, and till exercises cottage) completely furnished, situatedon
[ -Mr. reading the ADVOCATE. They left development of this complex nature, were appropriate and well tendered. 'fhe tho bunks of the Indian River! (Hobo
C. II. Stewart
deputy-grand Wednes- and in balance and In the Town Sound), commanding: a beautiful viewof
liter Wed- here for Cocoa and Rockledge, To Let, Furnished, soul, body spirit entertainment was given '
came from Melbourne
up afternoon. harmony, achieves God' will In him, and, hall, which was filled with our appreciative the ocean. Good boating, fishing and
ay, and Titus- day -
:!Ie'a Masonic was Wednesday : at the ame time, his own highest happy \ citizens and visitors, over 130 persons Hunting. For particular, apply toW :
I; Lodge, night, Manalapan Cottage; a most desirable neg. Angel glorify God n* pure spirit, being present. The former combination GOHDOK UHOWN,
puieir banquet which took place at the Beautiful Home Places.At residence, situated most pleasantly be regenerated and renewed. Then glorify who managed the .Sunday school Kobe Sound, Fla.

River hotel.LMr. tween ocean beach and Lake Worth; Him In body and spirit Therefore, aid l thAt we could not get: up a credit

[ Henry M. Flagler, owner of the Fort Pierce and North Ankona. contains 12 bedrooms, large dining room Christian, saintliness le not ascetic crucifixion able: entertainment and tree; but Monday Snaps In Heal Estate, .
;.1 C. Railway and palatial hotels at : Write for descriptive dlrculars. and reception hall, kitchen and other of the body, not the extinctiono night' results how that Jennen -

t Augustine, Ormond, Palm Beach, C. T. MCCABTV, Ankona, Fla. conveniences. Surf bathing and excel Its instincts and deserve, as though not dependent on a "chosen few" to Winter home, Orange grove I bays
1111 and Nassau, Passed through Ti- lent fishing and hunting; ten miles from they came from the devil; but their subordination make a success of any given thing: we a few special bargain In Improved pro

ryuie, yesterday morning on a special Palm Beach and one mile from Hypo- to reason, conscience and will may undertake per tiel from Fort Pierce southward to
""""i bound for Palm Beach.For The House-Boat Cruiser, luxo, across Lake Worth. Address, enlightened ruled by the law of God. Eden. Two young orange Grove, one
J, BUOWN, Agenti Man's sin and folly I is In seeking his CIIIUSTMAH AT BTlfAllT. 62.5 trees one 000! tree. Fine condition.
a.I mainly from the lIenlillOUIi. or, Christmas ha come and /gone. The
Brevard
of
for happiness railroad In south
wants Along part
Rockledge persons
at ,
Sale. Now attain made
children'} heart have been
aide of his
at best from the Intellectual Land suitable for at .
the rivers *
will to county & ,
one day or more; or go I and the has been chftred by
Mules hi nature joy pats
has thrown happy,
and *
Sale nature so '
Now Write for price
and keys of the East Coast.2t Horses on ; who contributed to thl laudable l W5 to trIO per acre. ,
I Horse and out of balance with God. The result I* tbo e and
complete. Apply Rocktodgo. lilts pamphlet
wagon, S. E. STEARNS, of size
alienated affection work. We defy town our on
W. GOIIDON DROWN, a weakened understanding, any C. T. MfOAirrr, P. O. Ankona, Flo
lobe Sound Fla. At the Magruder stables, Sanford, Fla. and a rebel will. In the techni the Kant Coat or elsewhere to show a Hallway station, North Ankona, Fla. t
Sugar anI RIce Barrels About fifty bead of horses, mules and cal.language of theology, this /U the fall better record In liberality. Thlrly-lx tg
Empty ponies; all stock guaranteed as repre- of man. Hut, having lout his connection dollar were given largely by our young
Notice. sented. Prices reasonable with the true God, man must havu something men and bachelor It warms tin a SPECIAL BALKS; of Fahoy'B AVont t
For sale. Address, Sales Agent, bach'B heart to help to brighten child gold-filled Elgin and Wal-
WALTER A. MOORE, J. B. MAonuDEB, to take his place; hence Idolarrygods 20-year,
Call Charleston S. C. :Sanford:) Fla. of his own-invention*, creation life, and our lone men are a class to do ham; watches, lady' or gent, $8.88 and
upon C. W. C rabb, Cocoa, and 30feb 8 George St., of his Imagination and of his patmlon credit to any community. The only MU.W.: Catalogue free E. H. Armstrong '

.t 3)etbose) little I. O. TJ. accounts dueL A Bargain. The recall!; of it all wa a mental confu. wonder 1 Is they have been BO long able to A3 Bay street, Jacksonville\ Fla. _
D. CRABU, Agent. Cottage for ICent. lion and a moral deterioration that filled resist Cupid' darts. Well we admire

Cocoa Indian River, the world with superstition, cruelty and the spirit of one who said, "I do not For" Hale. \
For sale, at on I In thl condition Is noted want to marry till I get my home In a
Pine schoon hopeleMsne
the
Lunches. On of the most desirable cottages on Florida, a fine residence, and better but will\ to hima desirable
Melbourne stands on the need of redemption, the need of the little shape, Bay The most property In the
|ifc.ne<1 steak the East Coast, located at next door; er-yacht Seminole House Indian River .i Incarnation of the /Bon:) of God, the revelation capable wife I is the l beat of helper In center of Kocklfldgo, on Barton avenue;
chop or any. Indian River, overlooking
?
the point
the overlooking prominent of the lost truth of God to men, making A home. Timers I I started out consisting of five acres coered.wltb,
J.CJ8? !St eating line, do not fail,, to Hotel Carleton; one story and large ; has 103( ) ft river front; 2 block northof call. and the lost life of God In men. The to write up our Christmas tree, and have thrifty orange& tree, also two cottages
IWtf Luncb Augustine| to go to Orange large attic; wide porches; contains bed-par. main part of town, on shell road Incarnation was delayed through long drifted far away; BO will say that the thereon. Apply toW '
and contains 9 rooms
and two
l.. M. MKUWI.V, Milford, Conn.
I place bridge. furnished the river agcr
the sewered to ,
near all completely and bath, be singers people and children, Fla.
rooms, be usedas wall and to live without Soil) might our young After Nov. 20th, Rocklmlge,
and china. Attic can three sides, first class ten could not fall to
-
Ing silver on and lie and all dependentintelllKunce en Saturday night,
with 71 fully apparent,
of
ground
also. Bath: Is supplied house about 1} acres ;
bedroom boat ; result of old and
from the please young.
Launch For Sale.4tstclass hot and cold water. Artesian water in orange tree, 30 tree bearing, 23! ) boxes that\experiment* learn that ereature happlne The children showed that their teacher Holiday or New Year.

bath and on lawns. Range In kitchen. of oranges last year. In to God. had l given them careful training Their -
> i running condition; A bar Outhouses and cistern. For the season, Yacht I. W( feet on keel, 22 feet beam, I Is only fealty three distinct epoch In the long was a treat. We do not like todl.orlminato The old, well-known George Hughe

k I Imenslons beam6( feet overall; 3i: $->00; per month (not less that three draws aft 2tf-Inches\ forward 14 Incite. There are Infolding revelation-the Patriarchal whore all did BO well, but Drug Store, Bay and Ocean streets. Jack-
." ; fit feet ; 23 Inches draft, months' lease given), $ .o. it) foot centerboard, promenade deck all gradually Muddle and! Christian lu these i will risk giving offense to other by BayIng Bonvllle, recently purchased by HeflleyJroH.
41t1 Orse power >.almler motor; speed,, RoburUon, Hotel CarletoMlKbourne around, cabined with 7 tate room, large at sundry time and diver.mannerl. that the recitation by Mr*. buhroedor ., druggUt" and vhernlti, graduate
11I1'S' anhour-; has large carry. Fla. ; or to W. C. Barnes, galley, closet, store rooms refrigerator, Owl pake dream In vision, lu proph was given In a manner that showed rare of the New York College -Pharmacy,
fppaclty! for passengers or freighder :; 1733: Q Street Washington, D. C. etc., and I is completely furnished, and I* In lint': ,In ponlllvo legal liutl- talent In peaktng. The choir, under open the New Year with a new and !
and.Beat tl from stem the most convenient yacht In Florida tutiunxandprophetic Interpretation in the leaderhlp of Mr. Charles Md'her- complete stock ;I

tbf cushionodFittings: taaehori The San Mateo Cigar, waters. Will\ sell residence, yacht, etc., the\second l, but all leading up to Him, BOO, M organlut I II bard to beat, yet It Their assortment of Huyler' Candy,
el bargain. Itself this time. A Uige tree Perfumery, etc., will please any ChiUtma '\
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good at a big end and meaning/ them all. surpassed
ullpculars ad who I is the Come "
further particular to decorated and well loaded or New Year's customer,
pty\ 'price.TT Write for of Christ and the wa tastefully ,
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letter to All Pure Coast Florida Grown Tobacco, O. M. 1Ie-IITOY 10.J The church third; The epoch Son of God become the (continued on fourth page.) and get acquainted. i ie if io ir
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 20, 1899.
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b. SEA ISLAND COTTON. vtillslap Foot.A. To Whom It May Concern. ,

r writer In the Kansas Farmer says;: SEED POTATOES.

hsNE General Cnltlvatlon-Preparation of "No unvarying rule can, be laid'down Notice !II btr\b1rlven( that the brunch FUli

j the Lint For Market. as to the number of times food should cries heretofore operated by this Company at
There considerable differences in Fort Pierce and Sebastian Fla.,tinder the man
are
be supplied or as to the amount. Of gement of Mr.A.M. Sample were clow on

the methods of cultivating sea Island course, until the young poultry have December who let,operating and delivered them to on Mr.that A. 10 date[. Sample on. Improved Rose $3.00: per barrel. Special prices to large buyers. Write tor'teat.t

cotton lands, and the South Carolina made a sufficient growth to be allowedto his own account.began Any irson or person having) (

station has the following to Bay bout run about they must be fed early bill against/ this Company on acronnt of either .. monials from largest potato planters in Florida.

I s G ouI them in a recent study. of the sea Island and often but after they can be givena of lame the for above settlement branch Fisheries at this office.will please present Full line of fresh Garden and Field Seeds always In stock., Write for price

cotton plant: tree range less feeding Is necessary, FLORIDA FISH & ICE COMPANY, lia

o ss In some cases land is planted continuously and the amount and the number of jan19 Jacksonville, Fla. L. CAMERON Seedsman,

,, p times must be largely determined by
in sea Island cotton, and
the opportunity afforded for their receIvIng N CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 8EVENTHJudlMal East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE
126
there are many tracts which have been I Circuit of Florida In and for retard FLA
food. When there of
are plenty
,County, In Chancery.
.. planted 22 or more years continuously!
scattered grain, bugs.and Insects they n. W.Tuttlev T ,

In this crop. can pick up, not very much food is requIred 8- I Foreclosure of [ort- GEORGE MARX. JOHN )IARX.1VI.AR
is Robert A. t Order. .
Hardee
In some Instances fallowing practiced and above what gage
can
over they
Emma p. Hardee and (
f: to the extent that land plantedone get in that way They will keep healthier Joseph L.Hlck on, 'J BROS.Wholesale

i' year .In cotton fa pastured by cattle and thrive better If they 'are able To Joseph' !. Jllckion A non-resident. .
You are hereby required to appear, to the bill
", and sheep. Great benefit Is saidto
to'plck up a good part of their food in of complaint filed apaln you in the above Dealers In
be derived from having the loose this way. When there is little they cause at the ClerV's Ofllce of the Court 1 TI.

L oonA"SING'r soil packed by stock during the Bvtllfi, i'loridaupon the
C yearIt can find more must be supplied. GROCERIES .FRUIT AND PRODUCE
..
r 4 lien fallow. Another advantage of "One of the best ways-of, utilizingthe FtftST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY, A. D.,1800, .
little
with
This order will tie published an
this method is that the residue of
crop klt hen.B waste l Is to feed it to delay a* may be,once a week for four consecntl.e ",

the previous year especially the stems poultry, and one of the best ways of weeks In the INDIAN RIV.B ADVOCATE. 131 and 13J East nay Street and 0 and 8 Newnan Street,
oEJ1DYOAT pnbllslied at TltusTillo,and posted and mailed,
and roots, Is broken up and Incorporat
t feeding Is to cook thoroughly. This Is as required by law. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
,
ed, more or less with the soil where especially the case with potato'and liven at the Clerk's Ofllce at Titusville, Flor ,- "
ida, ibis 22nd day of Decewber,A.D.,l8t19.
It undergoes those' changes -which fit
apple and, in tact, all kinds of vegetable .4. A. STEWART, OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
It for furnishing plant food to the ONE CIII
- -- parings. The' small vegetables (L. 8.) Clerk Circuit Court.

POOR HATCHES. next year's' crop. The advantages of thrown out because they are too smallto UonniN & OnA HAM, By O. A, Stewart, D. C. .

such practice are by no means small Solicitors for dec29jan26
Complainant.
use to advantage, the waste
.an for all kinds of Seed and Potatoes
when we take into consideration the We are headquarters Eating and Cow Peas
|fin Important Qnmtlon That !. Both pieces of meat, scraps of bread and guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We
great amount of residue left In the CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH wan
u erlnir All Earnest roiiltryinen.To crop all this class'ot material can be mixed IN ( ircutt of Florida. In and for lire- your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
cultivation of Island cotton
a sea '
my desk have come mniiy letters crop. together and cooked until soft, and ,It yard County. In Chancery ,

t1 in the, last few weeks nsldnff. "Why do The Ben Island cotton is planted anywhere makes one pf the very best foods for New Haven Banking Co., | MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.
from the 20th of March to the (Incorporated.) I Foreclosure of MortV We only Sell to Dealers
the poultry. A little should be
looked care
eggs hatch BO poorly Having 8- } gage Order.
Into the matter considerably, lam convinced 10th of April. The sexi makes Its appearance taken to have it clean. There is no Arthur T. Feaster I '
above the ground: from 8 to Abble O. Feaster et al. '
In filth of
that all explanations BO far.advanced possible advantage feeding
12 days after planting and from the To Arthur'T. Feaster'and Abhle O. Feaster,
are mere gueoHwork It Is any kind to fowls but with a little non-residente of the State of Florida.
second week In April to the first weekIn there is need of this 'You 'required to1' unprar at the
Unite easy to Bay "too fat" or "lack of care no having are hereby
May of thin Court at TltusviUp.\ FlonIda John Stetson.
the stand Is perfected. Dy the rlerl'ItlIftfre B.
exercise." How can this be proved? kind of food filthy,or unwhol('- omen to the bill of complaint, filed agalnt you University

., I have visited many yards have asked last of July the cultivation, Is completed keeping a pot or vessel on the stove In the above entitled cause, and you will appear -
.. except to give one plowing In Au. on or before theFtlWT1
and throwln'thl'lIe Into It
; at the farmhouse when olng 1 I. scraps as '
FEBRUARY A. D, 1XP! ,
gust between the rows to kill MONDAY IN ,
have looked Into country ynrd* autl grass fast as made they can be cooked'sott _.
and keep the cotton growing. and an>Wr"n>il ]ii 1 must testify to never having seen HO with very little trouble and with a lie same will bo taken OK confessed. ,

"t' few chicks as In this grist The first blossoms appear about the little care,, a considerable amount of This order will be published once a week for
t
(. young four consecutive weeks, with all little delay as
second or third week In June the plant
t f' eprlng. Some brecdci's of so called food that would otherwise be' wasted may bo. In the INDIAN' RIVER ADVOOATK.pub;
at this time being about 15 Inches high. listied Tltusvllle, Floridaand posted and :
be secured. at .
; r:.: fancy fowls, both large and ''small may .
law. h. '.r. K ZA1 TIt LL
mailed, by 'I ;
The bolls open toward the close of August ., an required s2w ?
1 E: breeds, report poor nuccvHH. In some Given at the Clerk's Office atTltusvlllFlor .
:,' Leghorns haw done but little when the plants have reached a ida, this 22nd day of December A. !>., tAIl!!.
cases
" height of four to live feet From the As cure for rheumatism Chamberlain's A, A. STEWART : .
i : better than Asiatics aud the farm (I I.. SJ Clerk Circuit Court. ,
J last week of August'to the second Pain Balm U gaining n wide repu RO nie! & ntiAHAM, By O. A. Stewart, I>, ('t. ,
fowls but little better than either one.
:' tation. D. B. Johnson of Richmond
dec2r'ai20Master's
week of September the picking com Solicitors for Comp'ainant. .
. I One farmer reports seven chicks from. mences. By the middle of December Ind., has been troubled with that ailment

i I: CO eggs: another In same. locality- 47 sindo 1802. In speaking of it he Rays: ,
the Is gathered. There Is marked
crop no -
> (' from 100 eggs. Both lots of fowls li.ivuthe "I never found anything that would're Sale.

run of the fnrtn. Another from difference. In..the period of growth Hove me until I used Chamberlain's Pain
t
the cold upper counties of this state of uplands and sea Island cotton. Balm. It acts like magic with me. My 1iFR AND HY VIRTUE OF DECREE: I

i After the cotton has been picked It foot was swollen and paining me very U of foreclosure and wile entered In the Or-
;
.
ft: reports good success.While is next exposed to the sun on what Is much, but one good application of Pain colt Court for Brevard County, Florida, In
1C the fancier may have taken a'('ertaln c use therein depending, wherein
"
called "an.,arbor." This: is nothing Balm relieved me. For sale by all Helen Walton et al are complaints and William
t better care than' necessary and overfed move than a platform raised a few feet druggists and medicine dealers. II. II. (Oleason et al., are defendants, I will
, i. this will\ not apply to// the out all the sell at public auction to the highest and best
above the this .
; ground. By : exposure to
bidder for cash, on the
fowl. One
time farm man reports
the sun the'cotton Is dried out and In Removing. Grenie; From Table. FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY! A. D. 1900! ,
having bought from throe: parties This .Scholastic Year
: eggs Both Sexes.
Bega
, this way prevented from heating. Even'th&' most careful servants" are In front of the Court House Door In Tltnsville,
r located In different sections of the during the'legal house of Kale the following
. which It Is liable to do when stored In' liable to upset grease on, a well kept
In Brevard County
. country and obtained only throe chicks lescrlbed real estate situated 'October 3rd. Seed for Catalogue:
,
f' bulk. It is also thought by some that kitchen table, and when an accident of Kloriila, t-wlti ,
from one lot none from the remainder. of Section 20, Township 27,
I' All of he NEK
this process causes th<: ,lInt to absorb the kind occurs something, more than
Ii ":' There Is some good reason localities for all this some of the oil of the seed and that soap and water'ls necessary to 'remove South owned Range by Win.'J'reutler East, excepting'! in the Northeast H.47 acres corner now College, Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodiou

: tinder Infertility'so many of eggs conditions.,In all Surely and too the silky luster' of the fiber. Is Increased the grease from the 'wood,. ,MIx a tablespoonful of page said 372.tract, descrlb. tt D.L.In heed QAULUEN Hook Y", at Dormitory! .buildings, with perfect, sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc, insuring

thereby. of soft four Master.., ,
;; much food or lack of exercise will\ not soap ouncesof Special perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 2
After this process the cotton may, be fuller's earth and four ounces of

, i; answer for all these cases. 1 called stored or sent at once to the whipper. pearl ash and :acid n." pint of boiling wa Publication. : trained and expel'ienced.eac.1iers.. Send for Catalogue containing full information
Order 'Ofi .
I: recently on a very, extensive breeder of ; :
'. who confines his stock and This is a machine which rids the cot- ter. Cover the stain and'let It remain Address. J. F. FORBES, President.
pigeons, ton of dust and sand and leaves
the until the following day when, the tab eshould'be
i : keeps a constant supply of food In N' CIRCUIT COURT"OF' THE SEVENTH
t. cotton white nc1m"ore open. After this scrubbed with hot water, to Z
JudIcial Circuit, in and,for Brevard Coun-
boxes. Ills birds fat '
their feed are as
-1\\ be and he liaa had the cotton Is sent to the'gin. For detaching which a piece of soda has been"added- ty. ,In Chancery" 0 a: : BzvM:: : & co.Xjlca.ti.ors.

' / BB pigeons, can the lint from tlle'aeed the roller and soft soap and silver sand. Rinse; ,Frank E.; Henth'and Ehrlck K.)' r
good success In producing young. fe.sslter, as Executors of theEstate DEALERS'IN -
.:, of fat gin,,In some form?, bas always been the table thoroughly with'clean: hot of John Heath\ deceased '

: 'While I believe' that an execs used., After ginning'the !tlutls' 'packed water, and when If Is dry'aUtrncol', of, .,. F1.n.e "Wixa.es: and' :
Will retard egg1 production I question -V SForeclosure, .
much the right, to blame the In. ,in bagging In round bales. the stain, should have disappeared. Charles C. Converse' Mary 417, & 419 W.,Bay St.,
I very Presses ed his wife, and the '
are not ,q with sea Island J. Converse,
i fertility oC so large rwrceutage of all cotton, as it Is thought they would Injure Florida HardwereCompany, a JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.

t: I eggs 'on this one condition.. In many the liber. The cotton is either'got :My son has been troubled for years corporation'i' '
; and J. Converse
u\lles.C Converse Mary
To C
h sections duck eggs have failed to return hand with( chronic diarrhoea. Sometime ago I I MONONG01IELARye
In the
bag It Into
by beating the It Is hereby ordered that yon appear at the
;77 \ of duck. him to take of Cham-
usual
their percentage bag, with a pestle or byja, mechanical persuaded some Clerk's Office,at Titusville Floridi. to the bill
: l.Ings.I'I Can this be laid to the oft quot berlain's! Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea ) entered.against you in the above :6r '

,,! ed causes? If tlr.-fgbs proved to be device. At perhaps the largest gin-- Remedy; After using: two bottles of.the entitle cause, upon the .
house In the sea Island region 'this 25-cent; size he was cured. i give this FIRST MONDAY IN'FEBRUARY, A. D, 1800, Wbiskej l s
" ,
conclude the was
bad
we might germ
1.: r" work accomplished by suspending testimonial hoping some one similarly. and answer said bill In due course otherwise the .
" destroyed In .some way that could be same will be taken against you as confessed, I
the from Iron
bag an hoop and by afflicted may read it and be benefit ted.
, accounted foil but when entirely devoid a further,that this order be published with as Delivered to
) forcing the cotton !into ,the bag' by. THOMAS C. BOWER, Glencoe, O. For little delay as may lie In the INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE
FOR
i : of life ltve'must consider the total and 'medicine deal. published at Titusville. Florida, once ANY PART OF THE STATE
,, menus of a disk of wood exactly filling sale by all druggists i
, This Is one of each week.for eight consecutive weeks. '
Infertility question.
r'' the bug and moved by steam. The era Done by order at the Clerk's Office at Titus. -- .. .320...
, 7 fi, considerable consequence as 'It brings cotton is now ready for market. The ville, this the 12th day of December. A. D. 18 0.
Bach extensive loss in Spoiled In Trnualt."I A A. STEWART, 1 PEE GALLON EXPRESS PREPAID
an many ways
/ ,
seed ar usually employed for fertilizing .
wonder," said Cholly as they Clerk of the Circuit Coin t .
the loss of value of many thousand and when sold for By.O.; .A. STEW RT.D. C.Master's .
purposes drove along the boulevard, "why that % :Miami $4 gallon.
the loss Rye
i eggs destroyed.by Incubation per
this they bring from 25 to 85 "
{;' of time devoted to their attention and purpose thing In front of us Is called a T cart? Gibson Rye, $4, per gallon.
cents or'even less bushel of 40 Sale.JNDER .
the not to be despised loss-of time uselessly per "Perhaps," suggested Miss Flyppe, 4. ., Lewis 'CO,Rye, $4. per gallon
pounds.' ahead ot''U: w.'"" '1 and Corn to $2.50 gallon
is
devoted to them by the broody "it Is because just Rye $1.50 per
I r., In Which struck Cholly as pelng'so AND B? VIRTUE OF'A DECREE Mount Vernon, Rye, 1892! $;) per gallon
t f hens. We know that many localities A tate thing Is to have' tailor made (' and sale entered in the Circuit -
clever that he undertook to reproduceit
t the clear eggs tested from the Incubators Court for Brevard Co Fla..in a certain
't dresses of .bilk the silk used beingofthe at the club that evening."I cause therein depending,wherein John L. SturkIs
can be sold at moderate prices, but and W II.H. Gleason et al '
the
soft dull kind or faille\ "' complainant FOR
after allowing for all this the total loss awaked her, be proceeded after are the defendant I will sell at public auctionto : $3.20. .
.
f and best bidder for cash,
that during
the
the highest
giving preliminaries, "why .
,r" In the attempt to hatch chicks from the legal hours of sale on the '
POINTING THE WAY. thing In front of us "'liS'called a T Sent to we 11'11
,I Infertile eggs Is enormous, and no advance FIRST MONDAY' IN JANUARY, A. D. 19uO, us by Express postoffice order or New York Exchange,
When brave admiral in time cart, and' she said it was because It I send by Express CHARGES PREPAID
you
: I I seems to be made toward a a war goes In front of the' Court House door,Titusville, : ,
remedy. into an enemy's harbor he knows that was just ahead of me.. Baw Jove, I Florida the following described real estate,

f 1;' i the life of every though I ('awu't make it sound the wayIt situated iu Brevard County, Florida to-wit: FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
\ ; Some shippers of eggs for hatching Commencing at a post in the Section line between -
make It a rule to duplicate the ship : man in the fleet did when she got it off, don't you Sections 8 and
,, t depends upon' know,"-Chicago': Foal. tanne 37 East,3 M chains south of the quarter the 'Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
nt, provided the nonproductive eggs his skill and section post; from thence run North G8O Kast

ti"m returned to them.. This, I presume, 4.24 chains, thence North IJO West CO links
It is ..
courage. thence North 74 decrees: and SO minutes East
Calhoun
to prevent fraud. In such cases I a tremendous responsibility 3.50 chains to Indian River thence southerly Pure Rye Whiske)

'I have but one rule. It the eggs are v r ; and DO YOU GET UP along the river to the Nortl east corner of land
cr formerly owned by Mrs. Resale Snell,
t hatching well at home, I know It is not yet he cannot feel it now
thence South 72 degrees: and 80 !seconds, West avoid all COB
We In
shin PLAIN PACKAGES which will !
no marks to Indicate contents ( !
r my fault If they do .badly elsewhere, ,; any more deeply and WITH A LAME BACK ? 3.00 chains, thence North 220, West 70 ulnas nent.) When you get it and tent it if it is not satisfactory return it at OUR EXPENSE w
South C8O, West 3.41 chains to the sea market
than conscientious thence retunded. the
truly a S3.20 will be in
I but when nonproductive In hands your cheerfully This as any ?5.00 goods
my ;
North said section line 3.6T
on '
line, thence n
feels his Ion kVe are close at hand and can give QUICKER DELIVERY than distant houses V e T
physician you
I duplicate without hesitation. At the : chains to the point of beginning., : Said tract of our
been
loin business this and to Kf
and as
at the
city YEARS
'' same stand for over 15
r responsibility for the lives KUney 'Trouble "Makes' You .Miserable. land being situated In Lots and 2 of Section 9, here or fc
J'ONSllIILlTY[
AND REPUTATION merchant
name time I do not consider that the honest dealing,we refer you to any
of I"' purchaser has any right even to expect log 7.87 acres more or less. ,
his everybody
ent upon professional care and skill. Almost reads the newspapers Also l.otlllaml2 of Section 27, Township 27, SOLOMON & LEVI
duplicate sittings under'any condition lie feels that his duty demands more Is sure to know of the wonderful South Range 37 East containing: M.SJ acres, except
unless the eggs are warranted. hatch. than a mere routine, stereotyped interestin made Dr 7 acres off the north end of loOt 1, and IS 1028 & 1030 First Avenue,
cures by .
The Vltal1)0Intls, how to know that his patients; he feels that his work is k li Kllmer'.s: Swamp-Root, acres sold containing off the south 34.50 end acres.of Lot:2; the tract to be P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA

the eggs are Infertile before either a serious matter: that it is often a ques- J \ fjr I the great kidney, liver .L. GAUU>EN. CON!
tion of life and death. Special Master.Administrator's NOTICE I-We pay Exprelll Clutrltes to all points reached by "SOUTHERX EXPRESS
and bladder whet
C Kn&rrl li
then to customers
sending or tryingto remedy PANY," but to points on lines of other Express Companies we prepay only to point
hatch chicks from them at home; "You lave my many h art-1 1t thanks" for l' ; It is the great medI- Southern Express Company transfers to said other Express Company, _
your kindly advice to me In my sickness, write
also how to prevent or remedy the condition loin Clans Nelson, of Pico Heights, Los Angeles cal triumph of the nineteenth Notice.

,, when It exists. The solution of Cal, Box a in a cordial letter to Ur. R. V. century; discovered "
t Pierce, of Uuftalo, N. Y. "Also for your book after of
J this problem will be of far more value which I received two years ago, and which I i r ij years A LLIPERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST H. A. HODGES.
scientific research ...
,' to us all than any experiments that could nut" do without. It is all the Doctor I I' by ,f\_ the estate of W. C.I\omarlate of Brevard
have baa since I !cot it. I had female trouble Dr. Kilmer, the eminent County Florida, deceased are hereby no- ;Manufacturer of
\:1, can be made as to the feeding of fowls and Ur, Merce's Favorite Prescription, together kidney and bladder tined to present them to the undersigned prop.

for best results: and all must admit Its with the advice given In his book, cured me of ---w. .. specialist, and is erly authenticated, within the time prescribed ..Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
five vears' sickness. I thought my day would 1.IJ law, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of
vast Importance, not be long but your kindness and medicine wonderfully successful promptly curing recovery. And all persona owing said estate (.ra te'
; We know' by experience that birds: would not let me die" lame' back kidney bladder, uric acid trou- are hereby required to make immediate pay. ROUGH AND DRESSED, Orange PCX: Heads, Fruit and Vegetable i

and pigeons of all kinds, also animals, For more than thirty years Dr. Pierce bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst went This to 15th o e.day of December,A. D., 1899. Any one contemplating sheddIng their pineapples or oranges or building '

positively refuse the attention of the has occupied a grand and most unique form of kidney trouble. JOSEPH 1', BROWN. any part of FlorIda, would do well to write for prlcrs. Tbe saw mills\ are OCiS

when desirous 'of position for benefiting his fellow beings : Dr., Kilmer s Swamp.Root is not recommended Sheriff and as Kx\ Officio at Buffalo Bluff, near l'alatka, on the u., T. K. W. jty. Lumber delivered -
male except repro As chief consulting physician of the for everything but if you have kIdney Administrator of the Estate! of said Deceased.SdecUfeb part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, "*
not this be the to l
duction. case
Might great Invalids' Hotel And Surgical Institute liver or bladder trouble It will be found _--
a greater or less extent with, our fowls of Buffalo. Almost couullev thou.sands just the remedy you need. It has been testedIn w-

Instinct teaching them that the backward have sought his services and ad. so many ways, In hospital work In private Notice. ESTABLISHED 1880.

sprIng was not for the best Interests vice both in person and by letter. practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase that

of the chick, the same influence retarding lIe is one of the best men in the relief and has proved so successful Is hereby given on the Slst day e
world said the late President Garfield NOTICE. A. I). 1900. or as soon thereafter as I
the supply of broody hens every case that a special arrangement has can be beard I will apply to his Honor D. L. :Bond Lumber Co.
The whole question I la one deserving "and he is at the head of one of the best been made by which all readers of this paper Qaiilden County Judge Brevard County' fora ,

1 the consideration of scientific men, for medical institutions in the world." Dr. who have not already tried It, may have a final settlement of my accounts and approvalof
Picrce's great thousand-page illustrated bottle free mail also book m y distribution of the assets of the Estate of
In its solution would bt Raved ar'ch sample sent by a H. C. Smith deceased and for my discharge Manufacturers of and Dealers in
Common Sense Medical Adviser" is sent telling more about Swamp-Root and how to from the administratorship said estate,
time, trouble and vast turns of wasted free for :31 one-cent stamps to pay the find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble W. I. ALLEN.

l money.-T. "'. McOrew In Ccoiitry bare cost of mailing, or for handsome When writing mention reading this generous, Jensen Sept.8th. 1399.lobbni .Administrator. LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING, CEILING

Gentleman. cloth-bound copy 31 stamps. lie makesno offer in this! caper and *F1&d ,Att'y for Administrator ,

I charge for consultation by mail; he send your address to _, ..,, Sawed Drang
Mouldings Turning and Scroll and
Sheep /hearloa II..,....... only requests that sufferers will state Kllmer&Co.Blng. PJ f3Mrl ... "inrr ANTED-hloneatmas or woman to travel Sawing; Also Veneered

It Is said that next year will see at'' their cases to him fully freely, and in hamton. N. Y. The "" \y for large house; salary fti 5 monthly and and Vegetable Crates. Vie solicit correspondence. '
with Increase Yard
,
position
least 100 sheep shearing machine eta perfect confidence. Address Dr. R. V. regular fifty cent and Hot a1Ioot, 3 expenses enclose self-addreased, stamped encekipe.permanent Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. :&'1'

tiona west of the :Mississippi river. Pierce. ,,66$ Main Street Buffalo, N. Yt dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. )lAr\AlUU.W: : Caxoa building, Chicago. DeLand and Titusville.




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professional' Oards. FILTER YOUR WATERAND Women II.R.t i the MM. We Carry on Hand :J JtllU

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The proportion of women among rrntcnurlam
!!
.06!: !*. ROBBDW. WALTER GRAHAM. jiUEflflI'SMiYtThe i :
6,0 In nearly twice that of
men
finest stock to be obtained and to
L S &' GRAHAM, AVOID DANGER. I are prepared
.
ROD A group of people cited by ow of tin
execute all orders promptly. We only solicit the
......... ....... . most careful and least/ credulous of tin
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, / 1 CaI business! of
numerous author of works on tin:! t I dulcrs.'i
UOURS:From 10 to 12 a. m., No Store, Hotel, Boarding House or ResIdence khl dom was In desolation. The subject shows that out of CO (IK'Mlons: ',
orrIcE APPLES POTATOES: CABBAGE ONIONS
andTrrt18viLL6 2,to 4 p. m. young king since he had lost his wife who were 100 years old and upward i dt IJt

Brevard Co., FLORIDA. should be without the Anti- gave no attention to the inTnlrs of tbt're.t'rp 43 women and J3 men. li u a -?. A TURNIPS, BEETS, BEANS, PEAS, PEANUTS, 1

1'.o.Box, 108. Germ Water Filter; tate, but spout! his days and nights London the last census showed 21 rentenarlnns. WUED FRUITS, RAISINS CANDY, NUTS, etc '
Will practice In all the t'01Ut8-ltate and fed. weeping before a portrait of the dear 5 men to 10 women. Th< jUif; '
f 1} sure to Ict us wake an assortment of ,;
,eclal facilities for examining and perfectL. one. This i ortrnlt was the work of fact that nearly All the centenarian!s / you up
e
'lAnd tltlel. were poor seoum to prove that the richare r a r Sf penny candles for your Xmas and New Years ..:11 I'
his own hand. He had learned to paint O'
at some disadvantage In the matter trade. We have the most complete and best as ; J

L. GAULDEN, 'Fttii for the express purpose of executing It. of long life. Of the female cen iK Jjf !sorted stock to bo selected from. Let us have t
D One day he flew Into a towering rageand
tenarlnus It he Mitt
that tho
I may very your holiday orders early so as to avoid tho rush. '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, threatened to kill one of his chant nature of their occupations protectthem '1

Will practice In all the' States Courses State berlalns who had dared to hint that It by keeping them so much In th e f o -

Florida,and the United would bo well for him to think of house where shielded tromAd'rl
Ot r rILLg mar. they are We are In the best possible position to handle your
I.U Box,738. TITUSVILLE, FLA. l4
rying. (' Influence of tmor.pberlccha" consignments and solicit thereguaranteeing :
Honey to Loan. 18 "MonsterS"! cried the Inconsolable es and accidental causes ot; "w
for the
'F same our prompt personal attention.
widower. "No woman will ever Neat death, to which so many men are IUb-
GOLDSMITH, herself throne unless she N Ject. "
( upon .my !
M. .... _. ..-
? In every" particular Jlke the wife I have j J. Women Can't Hold om... COnnEl_ >ONI>ENCK INVITED. STENCILS FtmNISHEH. ,;l;
lost. ,
ATTORNEY AT-LAW, The supreme court of Michigan baa '
And well be knew that In saying thl! 7
Water clear and entered a judgment of ouster agalns t '
being sparkling Is no
I TITPSVILLE, FLORIDA. proof it is pu:, Well or cistern water he risked nothing. As she still livedIn Mrs. :Merrle II. Abbott prosecuting attorney McCOMB & CO. ,
her
frame of gold-dcftd. aillst-tbt'!
that is full of typhoid fever and malarial of Ogeniaw county thus bold ,

J. WEBB, germs may be perfectly clear. queen was so perfectly beautiful that Ing that a woman Is Ineligible to hold I
p search the world her equal could
IB your drinking or cooking water over elective office In Michigan unless
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW muddy or cloudy ? Readily cleanse It not be found. statutes or constitution expressly stl ol3el'Illllla Cuban and SouthernGrowers5 7.

from all earth, sand, Insects or slime. She was a brunette with long glistening ulates that she may do so. The decision -

Will practice in the Courts of the 7th Is the water you use bad smelling or hair flowing down like liquid
Is an Indorsement of Judge Cooley'sproposition .
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents tasting ? Is it too much trouble to clean ebony. forehead a little high and of .,
that when the law Is ellem
and rents and accounts collected. out the cistern or well as olten as shouldbe rich Ivory tint deep and black as
eyes
? Is the drainage from house, stableor and In smile which respecting qualifications to office I It
TKOBIDA. night lips parted a and
,
TiTCsvrtLK must be understood that electors
arc
privy dangerously near your water, displayed all her teeth. Shippers' Agents ._
supply, so as"to make you anxious P eligible, but no others. In a dissenting ,
D. PENNEY, Have you: had typhoid or malaria in your Many months slipped away, more opinion Justice Moore nays that the
A. family lately and realized that the water than a year without bringing any great weight of authority sustains the i

used may be responsible for it l'J Then change for the better In the sad state conclusion that. In the case of such silence '1

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. get a LITTLE BROWN JUG FILTER of affairs. on the part of the constitution OOO L\.Bh.l.n.gtOn.St.: : NowYorl3 *

TITUSVII.LE, '. FLORIDA.Will at its low popular price, and you are Once; however was at the hour and laws the people may elect who 4
safe. It will remove impurities when windows
the dawn paints the
they will If the person elected Is com REFEUEXCKS: -Commercial Agencies or reliable house in Now York. 1*
practice in all the courts of the 7th 2ST"Thcy are very cheap, and will with rose and blue-he tvrned towardthe any ..
I. potent to discharge the duties of thofflco. <
Judicial ( .chit last a life-time.\ When writing for in, window listening to the fong of a .-Woman's Tribune. ---- .;\

. formation please inclose stamp. All or- passerby a song airy and fresh pretty ESTABLISHED 1870. .1

ANDREWS ders must be accompanied by cash. and clear as the thrill of a lark. "
Conundrum Snlnd.
JAMES For full particulars, apply to the agent, lie stepped forward astonlslied. Among theurlous ways In which

ATTORNEYATLAW.Main CLAUDE WALTON, Titusville, Fla. pressed his forehead against the glass the new woman tries to surprise her
office and P. O., TIBBALS, FLA. and looked out. A cry of delight al luncheon guests Good Housekeepingtells lVI. Lane r, & Son j

Office open at Ft. Pierce on 2nd and 4th most escaped him. of this original feature: Each ,
The Largest and Most Com-
Fridays of each month. lie had never In his life seen anything drew from the salad
Will practice in all the courts of the plete Establishment South.in guest among .
59 so charming as that little shep
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7th Judicial Circuit. leaves with which she was served 252: WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YOIIK.a .
herdess leading her flock to the difficult conundrum. Passed from
CEO. S HACKER &: SON :
meadow. hand to hand around the table, with '

STEPHEN. FOSTER, She was a blond her hair ero golden small book nud n pencil, each guest Southern Fruit and Produce

that It seemed to lend new brightnessto under her name transcribed her answer -

ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, the sunshine rather than to borrow to the conundrum., At the close .7

Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, luster from It. she who guessed the greatest number
She had a forehead a little low and of answers received a small prize. Commission erohants: :
JACKSONVILLE FLA.
pink' as a rose luminous eyes brightas .,1

the morning and a smiling mouth 'A New ITie For Snlnd naaketa. PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY. Stencils, Cards, and our quotations furnished on i

A.M.. :MICHELSON, so small that even when her lips part The French ladies; of Paris are now

1 ed as she sang they revealed only five making paper baskets: workbaskets application. ;

ATTORNEY and or six little pearls. and bonbon baskets of the ordinary .
". COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW. ,Tho next dny, In admiring! the portrait wire basket used for drying the salad -

the king received a painful sur
One sees this basket In every French
Criminal Law a Specialty
-....- prise. menage and In many an English one. t '
JACKSONVILLE, ,- FLORIDA. He thought a moment and said to They, are decorated by threading rib- J 1

MANUFACTURERS OF! himself: "This Is very strange. It must bons of different colors In arid out the '
; be that the hall Is and that the
damp wires. Then n ribbon Is wound round
W. ALLEN
.
GEORGE Doors Sash Blinds air we breathe Is not good for paint' the handle fastened on one side by 11 W; .j;
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW tugs for 1 remember perfectly that large knot or rosette. The advan h '

my; queen's hair was not so dark as It tages of these baskets wheq finishedare ': + ',

KEY WEST, FLORIDA.Will Moulding & Building Material looks now No. 'surely It was not that they are made cheaply they w 1i-

practice in the United States black like liquid ebony. It shone' here are light, they are strong and they 1- *

and State Courts. Ojun95T Office & Warerooms. King, opposite and there with the tints of the mornIng look bright and pretty.A '':1i)I
Cannon Street.Charleston not of the night!' ft
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He called for his brushes and palette -
0. FRIES C. E.. _1 'i"
1 J. : S. C. and hurriedly corrected the portrait SURE CURE FOR CROUP. !Ilidl Q .

COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land which had been so Injured by the r .,
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Sash Cord and dampness. "There! Behold now the .
Weights Twenty-five Yearn's Constant .
legally surveyed and sub-divided. '
golden hair which I loved so desperately

Mapping neatly done.: Estimates( for ,', which I will always tore'!" Uso without a Failure.The ..' :-
Hardware :: -
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed Three days later he was compelled to r -.- f '
first indication of croup Is hoarseness J'o1
lines a specialty. acknowledge that the picture had C ..:..
and In child subject to that dls. ---
Window and Fancy Glass ,. ,, a4 1
again suffered great deterioration. .
TITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. ease it may be taken as sure sign of the "t ,
Why was that forehead like amber approach of an attack. Following this '
A SPECIALTY. Ivory so high? lie had a good memory hoarseness Is a peculiar rough cough. If The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate,

D R. HOUGUTON'S' thanks to Jod. He was sure that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is givenas seventy years of age, who has been In the infirmary for three years, \'
CURX.>with Teg v blKiu becomes hoarse
the child or
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon DROPSY !many.-diea.thouiand Hay cured em MCfllltid the fresh queen as''the had wild a low'rose.brow With, rosy a ''few and even soon after as tho croupy cough appears,, It a great sufferer from Indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab- d

U7 atlBiwt two-thlnlx oral! xymptomi bop h'A&reraorH In tee- strokes of his brush he brought the' will prevent thousands the attack.of homes It In this Is used broad In ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is ''1

the (Dentos) TMMIImoniale.e.iTINDAYS treatruentfree hair lower and tinted the brown I many
golden without them. He Is that his should be used in
DR. H. H. GRAPH'S! S01S. HOI 1(, Atlanta O* land and never disappoints tho anxious never willing name j
Now PALM BEACH. a clear pink, and his. heart was full of mothers. We have yet to learn of a Dingle -
AT of in other ,
be
Choice an Infinite tenderness as he gazed upon I instance In which It has not proved a testimonial, as it might use persuading some person 't

the picture thus restored. effectual. No preparation can show such to try them. A second old gentleman the same institution, .a

DR. 0. H. PEETE; tea 1 Wines,Liquors But the day following matters were a record-twenty-five years' constant use eighty-four of has had liver trouble for many years and '1
years age,
and Cigars.Guaranteed.Pure. still worse.; It was evident that the without a failure For sale by all druggists
EYE'EAR, NOSE and THROAT. eyes and mouth of, the pictured face and medicine dealers. finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two

5G8 Cherry! Street bad been changed by some accident or y nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer
Sold at reduced some mysterious power. Docs It Pay To Cheap.A .
headache of and nervwousness. ;
from depression spirits
causing
MACON, GA. price Ills darling had never had those dark indigestion, ,

Imported eyes, black as the night nor that cheap remedy for coughs and colds They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they
II all but want something thatwill
right
WM.. McL. DANCY, D. D. L. okay Wine mouth which opened so as to show relieve, and you cure the more severe and always have a package in their pockets. The matron also states
from Italy. all of her teeth. No! On the
nearly contrary -
results of throat and !
dangerous lung that she is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with indigos
the blue of the morning sky
trouble. What shall do? Go to a
Surgeon Graduate of Philadelphia College of John B. Togni, could not equal the azure of the eyes warmer and more regular you climate? Yes, tion, causing pain aad paroxysms of belching, and finds. that_ the

class 1872. Perfect operations Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay St. which sweetly looked upon her love If possible; If not possible for you, then Tabules are very good Indeed and is perfectly willing to have her
promised. IlazeHine Block, corner Bay and.,as to her mouth, It was so small In either case take the only remedy ,that

and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.| JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. that even when opened to sing or for a baa been Introduced in all civilized counties name used In a testimonial | i

Wholesale and RetalL.YirginiaHomes.... kiss It disclosed only a few little pearls. with success in severe throat and wiimsDrtrwr. '_".......Mel RTTA r1 wm.rl ..... a. .... ae1 ...... en.. e. .]
For an Instant be could have destroyed lung troubles, olcheo'. German'tlyr- ..,Mtr..:=:- ..... N '\.c.. ..a1 era rJr M. .+aM C 'j
ROBERT McCARREL, and cast at his feet the lying up." It not only heals and stimulates {..IT..*. .""'- .-.::s:i.+.rw I.: .... ..... jii: :---... .. ....
the tissues destroy the germ disease,
but second thought controlled
Image a
but allays Inflammation, causes easy oxectoratlon .
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, him. and he grew calm again as he re- > gives a good night's rest, ___ ___.. ._ _______ ___.____ .____ .______________ .

Churches Steam wOl'kCOiCORD flected that the Injury could be' repaired and cures the patient. Try ONE bottle. Remember that the INDIAN. RIVEH .'
specialty. stone? Recommended many years by, all druggists ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printing -

AND PBITCHARD STS, You learn all about Virginia Lands, Instantly he set himself earnestly at in the worl Sample bottles at J. At short uotlce. fiend them an order

CHARLESTON So.CA. Its resources, products, mode of cul- his task. Ills brush was guided by hlj 1'. Cooper's drug store, Cocoa: and Fred and be convinced that It Is the place to

::' tivation, prices, etc., by reading the faithful memories and a few hours S. Chaffee's drug store, Titusvlllo, Fla. have job printing done.
--- later there smiled from tho $
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. canvas a aty

FREECONSULTATION for 3 months subscription to the young girl with eyes as blue as the dll'tant $ ltotvnr1l $10O. GOLD I h'jot: no value when health is
sky and a mouth so small that If In danger. What's of more value'Pratt'l
Farmer Co., Emporla, Vii.DPIU It had been a flower It would hardly The readers of this paper will be up-to-date tablets will break upa :
have held three drops of dew. pleased to learn that there Is at least one cold In one day, and for constipation .:
andWllllke skin dreaded disease that science has been and biliousness and all malarial troubles,
with our home treatment. We are cured at bom with' The king looked upon his work la a able to cure In all its stages, and that Is mall for 25o 1 glow piiylnif crops IMIUUIIM* they're i
M It has no equal. By prepaid .
out pain Book of rrUcuUr painful ecstasy. "It la she! Ab, It Is Catarrh. ,Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the f.'-h iHnl ultvayi the !>..!. Fornl.evnrvwler. I
physicians, and you get the benefitof cent R EE.: Pratt Medicine Co., Station I), Chicago, "
BR U. M WOOL III CO. really she! be breathed. only positive cure known to the medical 111. Send for sample. .. itefuseeubstItuteaiack ]
our experience. No matter what ollic. 104 North i-TAr Hi I And. quite naturally be bad no objection fraternity. Catarrh being a conUItu- / ; lo ......r"'. lito..
your trouble Is, how simple or how r- ...arua IIiII to offer when one day the chamberlain tlonal disease, requires a constitutional llXXi) Hcnd Anou.llrH. Writ fur It. |

hopeless, we can do you good, and Where Quinine !. Good. who bad taken observations treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken 6O YEARS' S D. M. FEC..1Y A CO., Detroit, Mich.

if we,can't we will honestly tell you Dr. Crosse in an article In The Lancet through the keyhole advised him to Internally, acting directly upon the EXPERIENCE .
of the -V-
surfaces system,
and
blood mucous
10. Thousands tired sick take for his wife a little shepherdess ,, __ .. .
of _
weary, on "Mackwnter fever. Incidentally thereby destroying the foundation of '::.-- : ----- ------1:

and hopeless people have been entirely tails attention to the fact that It Is not who passed the palace every morning the' disease, and giving the patient HtVEIlAL; H5I18ONS FOR DlsU

and permanently cured,by wise for those who have an Idlosyn- singing a Ion!:. strength by building up the constitutionand A WANTKD )'.u"agere Jo this state to rep.
;rasy against quinine or who Buffer' Surely, why not? For she resembledIn assisting naturo In doing Its work. rewnt me In their own anil lurroundlnjc
COMPOUND I every particular-except that she have much faith In counties. Willing to pay yearly $wo, payable
from even slight albumlnurla to go to The proprietors so weekly, f"llralillll employment with unuaualopixntunlUe
malarious climates. lie believes that was perhaps a little prettier-the portrait Its curative powers that they oiler One TRADE MARKS I *. Itofureiiue*eichangoil. Kmlumi.
( that It falls 'col'.a.itlreu lumped envelupe' H. A. .' rkkitM
OXYGEN :n the more malarious districts at leaetl of the beautiful queen.-Cornell Hundred Dollars for any case DCCIONSCOPYRIGHTS,
fax Km lluilillntf.Chicago.
for list of testimonials.
Send
should be taken Magazine. to cure. die.Aerooa..ndlnaaaketehandd..cNNInn .
Ire grains of quinine Address, F. J. C1IKNK; Y A; CO., mrqnlnklr
Why not take heart again and investigate a day to prevent chronic malarial pol- Toledo O.8old nwerinlii our vplnlnu free whether ailHifwillon -
A r>UII.r lo". l. l/rohablf pnUmUblii. ('urmuninaitl.r.trl.tl '
this great: principle. ,We have toning. This he considers necessary In Cholly-What Is the difference be- 7 by druggists, 75 cents. ,d..n5Aeellrl.Hwaludakoat'alruts. Marriage Paper ; ;N
thousands of. testimonials. Send for addition to ordinary precautions In retard tween a man who liven at his mother's Hall's .'amllyl'lII. are the best. but" frwbMail.4keeUhoOebar r(nry for luuu.eeur' *ueyatrnle.rWl (;u. rvoelM Tbuaundi of adrertlwri'U to eel.o I
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1 book to exposure to chills wet and the ----- ". la thScientific hum VVMllby patron*. Jntrodua
on home treatment, wonderful and one who has Intermittent rheumatism JI
cures to the sick, etc., free, ran and as to moderation In eating and T '",rANTED trice Offlo HBVKRAL Manager! PERSONS!lu this UW FOR to IJI8-rep.roMiit Jlmerl a". ; lion, free rural to IwlUi! acid.fenwoal......I.oorla.IU4 portit :

Irinklng. Tolly-one If well all the time and me in their own soil urroundluKcoantbM. A h nrtwm.),Illavtralot ...Mr." IuUt ..Nut nth 'OCI, l AN 11I1 CAN, ,ldeChic.,
"IS. the U WUIIitK to par ,early IWO,payableweekly. ..>H ui 1T xWeiiUU'l j<.urnal. 9'.rnb, U aMlJ'N Ii
STARKEY & PALE -Honett man or woman to travel bas rooms at his mother's ptber ., Dwlnbe eiuplojriuenl with uputaal r cL Jj. Mold b7 all atwadeairr.. Great. Dig AUiL IAMPLEeepleaot ldt
WANTED 1 bouMj; salary t6lll monthly and. well sometime and has rheumatismothers. op/"trtualtiea K f reuM* ithaogeil. KiwluyM : iO Co) .>bend ...
**"'"" perm It. A. i ark, aelaro"NeWorkDr.w MMiutuM Net ppoUMoelpi of lid for "'-
1112 lucre" n" "
with P ir.14rtMd stamped loi
G I rani St. Phlla. Pa. npeD > <
Clalr ,Toi.4r.tk
Life. 5t
neat ID"lMe aelt-&ddl'NHc a t 4Dped eo\'elobe. JttCMton tlaliaiag,Gblc"go. m.... & Tol. OtITf.bSOO )UANAQKU,330 UutWn budding,Chicago.
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+ INDIAN RIVER-ADVOCATE 4A.W THE TRANSVAAL- WAR. Indian River Real Estate AjjTITUSVILLE


.KLtOCRlUtiDftrOTCD: TO TU. DBTKIOrMBKT /- ,It has taken much longer to sub I4KIN&FowD

: Of TUB IHDIAIC lUVEK, LAKE due Aguinaldo than it took to conquer FLA.YOU

4 ,WOBTH AHD BISCAY NE BAY SKOTIOXS. Spain ; and further, it has .

taken a far greater number of
.
PUBLISHED EVERY FKIDAY.CBURLKS soldiers that) ever saw the front in itBSOlUIELY PURE would do well if you have property to sell and want it advertised In
this
' I H. WALTON, Editor & Proprietor.XMftcontlnuanco the Amerlcan-Spanish war. One paper, free of cost to you, and ]put in the hands of live men, to write at once to

, of the causes of this is, that; Cub Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this By Agency Many for sales Blank will\ Contracts probably ,be and made put this your winter property by before thin Agency.the public.ivhv
of adrta. tnnst be made per. DM I
was close at our doors, while the ,,, .
At e..ee ftnmr II eo !'AI'01111. yours.
tonally at thli office or by writing. Philippine f islands are a long dies PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10 00

Check,etc., may be made payable to CnABLp.i tnncc from the base of supplies ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00: to $20.dO per acre. '

H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor.Addres General .Miles takes this into con did Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-gtldrter mile river front; one mile north of
the children their best and showed F.
I back, to sit up all night: so as to be ready Gallie; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables Price, $1,000. Q
sideration in the Boer war and Interest and careful of
training.; One to to Grandma's neat day for Christmas
south of
to miles
all communication go ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 Titusville. Will pay $1 000 I
" INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, says it is probable that it will last the best things on the programme: And dinner. One of the boys though and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000. ) ttl'' |

I j TITt viLLL. FLORIDA.IT. HB long as our war in the Philip- as well done as any if was little Pauline he would hang up his mamm stocking:, year HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville! from $5 to $23: per acre.
< pines. The fact that the:Transvaa Mnnson rocking her oil, and singing to because It'was so large: and wide. Nina One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2J miles west of Titusville good
it a beautiful about Christmas and fot
song she had grandma,
Baldwin was glad a
; Price : O.OO.
$
and ,
I S. Department of Agriculture is so far away from England, and what It means. The most Interestingand and glad she. had a pocket. Winnie pineapples, vegetables oranges.

: Weather nurc Jupiter, rIa.I that the Boers have an advantage best recitation was By Miss Louise Dixon washed her hands clean for Jesus =
in being thoroughly acclimated and LInderberry, about a shipwreck on the to use all day. Eva Owen, Tilly Carter
I coast of Wales. Mollle Owen told and and Louise Cannatta recited well about
I The following is a comparative statement entrenched on mountains in their showed ho"cookln" was done in baby- Christmas. Cora and Guy Munsori sang Jas. B. :Sours
and rainfall fur the
of I III
temperature own country, of which they know land. Maggie; Carter wrote a letter to a lovely Ray Wethey asked mortr ,
Dec. 20 1O I.t song.
week ending Tuesday, ,
,II -1800- -18gS"J every foot, makes General Mile Santa Claus. Mabel Allen wanted old questions than a lawyer could have an-
t ( DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN believe that the British are up Santa to give part of her present to poor swered. The church was a perfect bower :E3ay.: Grains: : Feed, F lour,
children who get nothing. The most mistletoe
of loveliness-palm leaves, ,
CO
20 74 04 70 the hardest
" 75; C3 77 05: against propositionthey laughable: recitation was by Ilellen Can ferns mosses and flowers In profusion. GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
. r 21 .1 have been called upon .to face natta and Lucille Wethey. They had
22 71 05} 7R 70'j for about 27 dolls; they set them all in a The tree was a beautiful evergreen: SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.
which
If j 23 74 G9no 81 08 years. and well loaded with) presents,
08 : While General Miles shows good row, and told something about each one, distributed and old.
78
1 l were
21 09 J among young
I 48' 03 as they picked them up and set them Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man or
25 03C7 74 reasons for his opinion, yet thereat
I 20 /54 CO /fit number soldiers that Great beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotatloni.
Total .rainfall for the week: 1.03
I I Departuro from normal rainfall for the Britain can summon into the field Ocean Steamship Co. Lowest cash prices.
'c inches. and their equally good fighting
week: plus 1.33 Departure Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
from normal rainfall since January 1, qualities, make whatever advantage

I I plus 4.4: Inches. the Boers now have only temporary. "Savannah Line"
IlAitDm Observer.
HAL. P. !
_. -. They have their full force in action CHAS. }' WELSHANS

i and every death either by disease IPrvrt Rail: I* vrt Soct..... ,
\ : A HAPPY NEW YEAR. or in battle injures them f in an ,irreparable -
Fast Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from
way. The war will bone

r f' 1 Ring out,blltlio bells of the New Year, of endurance, and in the end Florida to New York, Boston and the East. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES; COAL TAR PLASTER.
all clear ,
t Ring out to your summons ; Great Britain will be "on top" at\ !
' ; 1 Message of hope, despair to quell, .
su'n
: Is borne upon your silvery swell. surely as the shines over Flor- Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.
, > Ida. Success to her. SHOUT RAIL HIDE TO SAVANNAH.
f With the approach of the New \ I

' Year on Monday next, it no doubt Thence via Ship sailing from Savannah. W- Write for Samples and Pi'Ices.

':. is in order to wish our readers a I! is generally claimed that our FOUR SHIPS EACH WEEK-TO NE'V YORK. TWO TO BOSTON.
Old 'Phone 8. )jv' ,13 Hogan Street
t and hnppy new pension In ws are in need of revision ; \ ,
. prosperous year. All ticket and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules.
agents
Of late Floridians! \ have had but whether a revision would make JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
years ,
. Write for Ienerallnformatlont sailing schedules, stateroom reservation's, or call on
, t some hard blows by freezes, hut them better or worse, is a problem

," they are still to the fore,' showing which we cannot solve The Sec E. II. II1NTON, WALTER HAWKINS: ,

considerable energy in rebuilding retary and Assistant Secretary of Traffic :Manager, Genii Agt. Traffic Department.

;:- their groves;; and as "Hope springs the Interior, and the Commissioner Savannah, Ga. 224: W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.McTirn.rx.ois.s McMurray% Baker

I eternal in the human breast," our and Assistant Commissiener of ,

people are looking forward to better Pensions, havp testified' before a : d<:, Fi.toh.

things, hoping that the year sub-committee of the Senate Committee 410, 412, 414, 416, 418 Main Jacksonville, Fla.lIeadquarters .

just about to open will be an improvement on Pensions, that a revisionof JACKSONVILLE for-

upon its predecessor.Titusvilleamongother the 'laws should be made, and Grocers and Commission Merchants -
places recommended that it be done by a -

t'' .'" has had a few unpleasant drawbacks *. nonpartisan commission.! A National DEAR BIBS-We beg to quote you our prices on the jllowlnp; eoorls f. o. b.Jacksonville, quail. Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
Commission that is ty guaranteed, and would be pleased to receive your onion In any quantity: ,
,j but we hope the new year really; Best B. Ilacon,per .10 to.11
.1 will find it and its residents in nonpartisan, would be rarity, Indeed GRAIN, HAY AND FEED. Lltrtlcomloundperlb .,,. and Sundries. -
a Porn.105 Ibn.,per eack..t............ ...1.01\ Leaf.......n
more condition than although there are many so Onrn,110 Ibll"l'er duck.................::. Lob Rien.perlb .....04J4 to.06H
prosperous Oatil. white, per sack..... ................. 1.3S Coffee, Ib ....... to .10 "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on wheels
; per
culled preen
heretofore. The had its .. ..... .... you
past year Bran,per ICO Ibs ... .. .... .. 1.00 roasted, Arlo a.per pound.....,.11 J, .
trials tribulations Fend Meal:.. ............. .......... 1,00 Tea green or black,I't r lb. 31 .
sorrows short notice.
at
regrets, Wheat, Kood: qtialltv.:. .......,1.40 to 1.11Granulated:Sugar: per .Obyi
and'dangers, and we the l'. S.Meal hrlnht, 100 Ibs........ 1.1" ... 1.00
RUb
per ,
, presume CHRISTMAS IN THE : Jelly 'pail
SUNNY Hay,per 100 llm .. ... ... ................ .85 Soap.iong .,..... 2.fin
new one will not be without them LAND FLOUR GRITS AND MEAL. Starch,per box ....I.! .... ..........., 1.110
There is sickness RodaCrackere.perlb ......0............. 0634
no or .... ......
really poverty 4.25 HAMMOND PACKING CO.
Flour, barrel .1
Best Patent
' per ......... 2.35urlts Lemon Crackers,per Ib........,.......... .00
: Best Vaton' Flour, X barrel
in this section of Indian River, (continued from first page.) per barrel .per. ...................... 2.40 C.F.San,200-lb Table readies\ dos............. r. 1.50 100' (Formerly The G. lIt Hammond Co.)
,: 'and our residents are able to fairly each little girl receiving a doll, and each Meal per barrel '... ., .......... ....,. 2-35 Tomatoes,3-lb.,per bags .. ... ..02lbpereoz
themselves and families in MEATS AND PROVISIONS. ., ..11 OUR SPECIALTIES"Coin :
support boy a email air gun. You know there .......... ... Matches .4
WH
Ib
Best Squire's Bacon per !gross
per
El. comfort. This, in itself, is much was a Peace Congress lately, and we are Shoulders per Ib ................e7# to duo Potatoes, per l\ck...... 2.0 Special" hams and breakfast bacon
to be thankful for ,Our merchants beginning quite early to train our boys ". Hams,per Ib.....,". ..............la to.13 Onions per barrel...........:............. 2.25
have stocks than and for the way its suggestions are being,: We also handle Vegetables and Produce for our customers, and these goods are. bringing hereto "Coin ,Special" canned, meats. _
:r, larger ever, carried out in South Af1'lcland the Phlillplnus day aa fOllOWS: "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.
each one is doing a fairly good ................*USOto$200 We are paying to-day for
but the will Tomatoes orate.
; boys enjoy the guns. Kgftplant; per" "......................1.7310225 Flint hides, per Ib.......... ,...... .....14 to .111 "Calumet" leaf lard.
;F, business. Our future is promising, : all the same. Pineapples1 .,. ... .. ........S.OOtoSBO preen Salt Hides,perlb.....'..........08) to .Ot
and we believe the new will The entire audience .was treated to Oranges, bright; ........y...'..........,.a.ooto8.110 Beeswax, per Ib,....,,.......... ... .....24 to ..211Of Homemade lard."Peerless"
year apples, while candy was given to the rUM ets.... ... .............2.110103.00 Tallow perlb""......... .. ....... '..02% to .03 pure .
be a better one for our tradesmen i Turkeys, alive, per Ib ....................12 to .13 Alligator Skins. 7 feet and up ..,.....,.. 1.00 lard
6; children-they forgot that old folks lIkeIt Egg.pordoa: .............. .....;......17 to .18 3 to o feet and up .......Iii to .60 compound sausagesand
; than the last. Even the McFarlanc too. Mr. waiter Kltchlng acted as ICen,eacu.. ....................... ."..311 W .40 Coon Skins, each........................20 to .41 all Packing Douse Products. Florida Branch JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
.. :
; Fruit Protection Co., is 'adding to Santa Claus, to the amusement of the Sprlugers,each..... ,.. ...; .. ........25! to JO Otter ..... .... ....,........300to7.00
the exchequers of our merchants in older ones, who were not lightened at We would be pleased to sell you your groceries and grain,buy your hides, and handle your
and Yours truly.MCTIMMONS '
his mask. The churclr vegetabe. produce.
was beautifully) & F.TCH. '
town and while the ADVOCATE is ,
; decorated with n\oss, palms and mistle'- IB, 17,19 and 23! South Ocean Street, JACKSONVILLE: S' LA. WILLIAM CLAR SANITPLUMBER
t': not complaining at the received KE .
support toe. We all owe a debt of gratitude tc ,
i.I'' from the committee who worked hard for
I our townspeople, we so "'
do hope they will bo just a little our pleasure, and now vote our Christina
,
more liberal the coming year than a great Christmas success.dinners wore served in some Photo Supply C o*.. Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheetw

they were in the past. We do our families ou Sunday and in others on > .w -. Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath 'rubs, Water Clos

I best to help them to boom .up this Monday ets and Wash Stands Copper vessels of all kinds (and

section, and we want them to do CHRISTMAS AT BANYAN. ...Ag.cuts, EostU1 DKoclnli: : CO. descriptions re-tinned.;

.. likewise by us. With the first tick Yes, another jolly Christmas has .
pass-
!;
its time to the
Florida
of the clock after midnight on od. Wo remember distinctly a part of The only house in devoting -

,; I", .Monday: morning the ADVOCATE the also scenes the exercises that was of'the enacted school around children us; KODAKS.I{ AMATEUR. 37 Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Florida

+ takes this to wish all -
opportunity dialogues,. recitations and music, anti OUR SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing... "
I ,, our readers, friends and enemies the presentation of a line fern bowl by
[if it has any] the chillh'en'to the teacher, Miss Susie Give us a trial. No trouble to answer questions. FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE I

A HAPPY NI< YEAR. Qladwln, of Titusville. There was also 51 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
an evergreen tree, laden with presents,
for young and old; a room tastefully ,
AGUINALDO is a very elusive in- decorated, and Farmer Creech as a real Benedict Pollak & Co Wholesale HODS

dividual. He has again escaped I Santa Claus. Then our memory began E. E. ARMSTRONG ,
to wander to scones of long ago when we : ,,
l from our pursuers. wore a bare-footed urchin, peeping at Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, fine mesh. Netting and Screen
Cloth. Ducks and'Georgia Checks and Cot onade8. Coats Cotton, in all numbers
show windows, and later on to find a few to
Eye o Specialist, 41cts. doz. Show Cases old attention pam
I1 ; CINCINNATI wants the Democratic penny trinkets in our stocking-and per or new ones. Special ,
dealers
correspondence. Traveling the road We only sell to
this home-made sled the men on constantly.
dragging to
National Convention That top andJWATCH JOBBER to the public.I line we
city and hotels. in our
of the hill to have n free ride down. Our corporations Anything usually kept by storekeepers
has a hall that will seat 14,800 people Christmas tree was grand success, and will sell the high grade Elgin and Waltham have in stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment.

which is one inducement which now some of our citizens are enjoying E A 4 Watches the Best Made 20-year Gold Filled BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.,
l ;, ought not to be overlooked. the fine Christmas tree and barbecue at Cases, $8.88 to, 1245. Solid Gold nigh Grader ,
Bovine. Several of Tropic, Bovine, Bo- ll v Fountain Pens, $8o> each. 32,,34, 30 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
venture and Bahnia citizens attendedour r An illustrated catalogue mailed free. Special
ft' LATE news to hand says the Boers entertainment on Friday evening.' inducements and discounts to agents. -

did not get those ten guns belong. EAU GALI.IK. Office 65> W Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .0. L. KEENE.

i ing to General Duller. They were Under the direction of MIss) Miller and .. ..

. afraid to go out in the open to get Miss Hodgson, assisted by Mosdames

I them ; 'so some British soldiers vol. Hbal'tl,' Scott- Botsford, Watts, Smith Dress Goods Notions
AND SUPPLY COMPANY Trimmings Millinery
I t' unteered to go into the stream and and tree was Nesbltt most, the enjoyable children entertainment.Christmas TIII SOUTHERN FUEL : ,

:fs.,! bring them into the lines, and they In addition to recitations and singing by Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods,. Hosiery, Corsets.
:HJr did it successfully. the scholars our local talent rendered
.
:,,) valuable assistance{the character sketch, Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement, orders.
attention all
Prompt to
"You can't loso me. Charlie, by lr ".: laid
GOY W D. BLOXIIAM has ap. Welles and Messrs. Mitchell and Bailey; "

1. pointed Mr. J, R. Parrott, of Jacksonville piano solo, Miss Bertha Scott; recitation, Sidewalk"Brick. This is one of the oldest and most reliable houses In Jacksonville. All tue latest

on the Board 'of Trustees Dinkelspiel's address to the school, ," Vitrified, Paving and ...... Patterns and Style.
t Mr. C. Ainsworth, during which he re-
.: of the State Agricultural College, .cIted the poem, "Ever so far away;" vo 101 Wv it Bay Street, corner of Laura JACKSONVILLE, FLA
4 at Lake City, to fill the vacancy oat selection, Mr. Noel Mitchell; violin Offices: foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No., 202. ,

caused by the death of Judge E. solo, Prof, Theodore Doyman, with Mills --
K. Foster. By this action of the }Florence Hodgson, planoist; made a J. K. MUNNEULYN, General'Manager,

governor, we think he paid Mr. most large delightful audience which program completely, to which filled the 1tIJEwEIED. __ WATCHES CLOCKS
;
Parrot a very graceful compliment, the ball, listened with every evidence of ESTABLISHED 18TS. ,# ,

Still, he placed the right man ink pleased gratification. Among the child

the right place, for Mr. Parrott Is ren mention, littlo, in Edna the character Snell deserves of the special little 'Wm..A.. :SO-cr:: S az CO. .Jo elry' DialilOildS,

a man thoroughly qualified for the fairy emerging from a pumpkin, which .

position ; he has considerable ex.eou'the was performed gracefully and prettily, GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. and Prh eenG,
Souvenir Wedding Ringo
ability and is well fitted to __ ,
CHBISTUAS AT GEORGIAN. etc.
assume the duties of so responsible JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.We ( S, Wlltham Watches,
The exercise at the church and the 6 East Bay Street ,

: a trust Ills appointment gives 'Christmas tree were the best we have and moat reliable Seeds. A complete stock of REPi1RU6tSIIYIR'N
handle only the beat Hay FINE WATCH and JEWELRT
pleasure to his numerous friends had in years. The singing was excellent anJLark
Grits Meal Cotton Seed Meal both
torn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, bright '
along the East Coast, and the AD- by Frank Munson and wife, Fred Mun. at wholesale. State agent for Tygert-Allen Fertilleer Co. A SPECIALTY.
\ I BOD and wife, Mrs. Maude Wagner, Mrs
VOCATE joins them in hearty con.ratulatlons IXulllkinii. and i StarBrandFertiUaera-GaaanteedAsaly.isOangetreeaMVegetableF rtillaer Pare Ground Spectacles and Eyeglasses. B. J. '
MIlS Louie Llnder
fertlliiert Charges paid one-way.
lT1. tone Muriate of Potaah Bulphat rotaah Kainlt etc. Then have noaperlor ,
The recitations were all very'good, and I'' to tubeaurk ,and a trial will l oonrlnoe. Bend lor CataloffM free. 225 W. Bay 8t, JAci8O14TIL1><,

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 29, 1899. 5 ,,

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Tibbals. Eden. .

-' .FERT.ILIZERS..v-

r. E. Peabody has placed a naphtha Be merry, friends ChrlstniM! and yet ho good ,
of his largo row boats to Upon your HaJJ l >H H r
.nrfne In one St. Nick, remember, always should
use as a tender for his schooner Waif Drive Old Mick quite away. .

Miss Florence Robinson! one of Eden's Surgeon W. F. Arnold, U, S. N., Is
most prominent young ladles i was pleas- visiting his sister, Mrs Ireland.
entertained by !lIu i Summersautly last. A few l SPECIAL PRICES
more days of 1809! ), and then :
Sunday. 1900. Prepare to turn over a new leaf. m .

Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Racey, of Mount )[n. C. Robinson has
to Altoona
gone ,
Elizabeth pleasant Pa., to spend the winter with her j
bills daughter
Saturday
and W., U. Harris on ; Mrs. 1 :

)afternoon.It Jas. Peabody, of Zanesville, O., who Mr.at and Hemphill.Fort Mrs.Pierce John Miller with Mrs.spent Miller's.Christmas IiI[i] ...Finea.PP1T GrO\ATers.. fl ,


IM been spending some weeks with his sister, Mrs. George Saunders.Messrs. : .
E. Peabody, left here, Monday [ .A.11 Aro1..1n.c.1.: T'ortilizort;: : Iii .

for'st.winter.Augustine, where he will spendthe went to Fort. C. Robinson Pierce to and attend Will the Richards annual H 1 Price $25.00.GUARANTEED UDefore buying tho following Materials be sure and apply to :;i

Everybody in this section should read banquet of Knights Templars. ANALYSIS us for prices, and wo will prove to you wo can save you money. '

the ADVOCATE. It is the largest weekly The last tea was held at Mrs. Saeger's, :: Mol tl1l't1.............................. ... ... .............. ..... .......... ...... g to 10 STEAMED BONE. RAW BONE paper on the East Coast and prints more but the attendance was small, owing to : Ammonia ....... ............ ......................... .... ..,.....,,,........ 6 to 6 't: '
correspondence' than any other. the inclemency of tho weather. E-J i Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia... ... ............,.................. .,......... 20 toss BLOOD AND BONE: ACID PHOSPHATE )
original : Available .. ........ ......... ............................... B to B ,
Don't borrow bat subscribe for It. Miss Florence Robinson came home ; Equalto ,ltane1husphateof, I.luie., ...,....4........... .. .................... .. It to 13 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA .
W. G. Gilmore held last week from Winter Park to her : Potash K2 (......... ................................... 5 to 6 J s
Reader
Lay services spend : t'ota ........... .... 9 to 10 ..q
in St. Paul's Episcopal church, last school vacation'WIth her parents. :: MatgnesiauLlmeSoaa, eto h.\..:..::::::.:....::::..;;;.;;:;...........;;::.oo.;;. 65 to 60 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, E-J ;

Sunday, a large congregation being pre Mrs. Saunders has some of the finest E-I Z3f- Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, I
will also hold
lie next
sent. afternoon at three o'clock./tervices grape: fruit ever seen in this vicinity. i COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES
Sunday What a temptation it is to some folk. 8QT" Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0 "

Attorney Jas. E. Andrews attended an Mrs. C. E. Otto has returned to Edento H : prices. .
oyster supper at the Masonic Lodge-room spend another winter in this glorious

at given Fort by Pierce the members last Friday of night.the lodge It,was Mr. climate.. Her health is greatly Improvedhere. Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from' Dealers. Send for j

Andrews being one of them. HI I.LJ
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harris have re- Pamphlet. 'jI

the Your two correspondent gentlemen who is Informed are acting that as health turned renewed from their, Mrs.northern U. looking trip more with I LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO !

agent for a party in Ohio, recently came charming than ever. ,, JII
up to close a deal with Postmistress E. Ji1
J. Luce, of this place, for a pineapple School closed last week for the holidays i J""ackson ri11e> HTlOXlclsi.: : "
plantation.] and Miss Brown, our popular ,
teacher, is spending her vacation with ------
Fred Saeger, of AnJrona, who has! been friends in St. Augustine.
attending the Floilda Agricultural College )
Lake City, is spending the holidayswith Mrs Hull, who has been spending some Melbourne. Rockiedge. Sebastian. Eau Gallie. ;,

his parents, Mr aud .Mrs G. Saeger. time here, is spending the holidays at ,-
His many friends here were pleased to her home In.Mel ourne. She will returnto .
have him pay us a visit last Sunday. Eden to remain several weeks. GOODE OOnDF.-RpIII Estate and I/>nns. i iAtrent Miss Maude Hardee- Is at home for the Happy Now Year to all. Miss Bertha Scott li homo from collegefor r

Miss Susie Summers, who has been attending The fishing this winter Is fine. Mrs. Globe for and Etna Imperial, I/milon Fire Insurance and Liverpool Special and holidays.Geo Mrs. Faber, of City Point, visiting tho Christmas holidays.

the Florida Agricultural College Saunders .is doing a large business, and attention l>aul to the Interests of non-resi\ S. Singleton has returned from. Miss Rcna hero. The usual Now Year's masquerade ball \

Lake City, returned home last Fri- gives employment to a large number of dents.. I I his trip to Chicago Frank 1 Tons ton and Joe Bryant returned scorns to have boon neglected this year. i

day, to spend Christmas with her grandparents men, some of them earning ten dollars \Y. M. Met'win left last week for n ( from Eau: Galllo, Tuesday. .. Thanks are due Mr. Treutlcr for the :
Capt. and Mrs. J. II. Andrews.Miss per day. rw-: Subset iptions for the ADVOCATE, short I rip to Nassau. use of his commodious hall fortho Xmas ..e
Summers has a host of friends here the pink paper of the East Coast will bo Col. and Mrs. KnITner, of Rosoland, true entertainment. .'1
.
who welcome her home. Harry Richards has sold a valuable received at tho Melbourne Postoflico. H. Julius Smith left tho last of the spent Xmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Morrow .. .
piece of land to Mr. Jennings, of Allentown week on a business trip to hi* homo In Archdeacon Brown will conduct services !

Mr. and Mrs W. II. Harris, who have Pa., who expects to locate here. J. A. Hoke of New will bo tho Pompton, N. J. at St. John's church next Sunday. I
Smyrna
been on a several months' visit throughthe l.et'all Edenltes join hands and welcome I Frank Hunter ave a largo: dance at his Morning service at 10:30: evening service
north, are again at home, looking him. He will be a great acquisition to new agent at this place. B. W. Jerome and wife biro returned} home on Sebastian river, Monday evening at 7:::10.

much benefitted by the change. Doth Eden. :Mrs. Bowycr and son, Ralph, left, Sat from hirantley'having marketed their ; twenty-five couples woro present
express ,themselves as being delighted! urday to visit friends in Bartow.Prof' : crop of oranges.Mr. Miss is nick this Capt M. M, Ramsey has chartered tho 'I
Of the many friends who .have been May Kltrhlng quite schooner Edna, of Canaveral, and Is doIng ,i
with the trip, but their many friends in absent Will B.irnctr, of New Haven, week with a of bronchitis.
during the past summer and : Louis Lvmnn: of Winter Park, Is severe ruse a large: river business In transporting
'this section are pleased to -see -them at whose return has been looked forwardto spending the holidays here with hU Conn., Is the !guest of Mr. H. P. Shares, Mr. Pierre ir'rlllnnd's( physician Is attending v"ltajItI.\ .;

home again. with much pleasure. none are more father, Dr. Lyman. at tho New H ckledge.Geo. Miss Kllclilnir.Mr. i

Colonel Geo. A. Crocker and Lieutenant welcome than Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Harmer Miss Gladys Stewart is spending the Chester and mother! of City Point, and Mrs. Fred Hudson and daughter Mr.City and, liavo Mrs..arrived John W., at Merrill Tropic' of, their Kansas i)

Win. .1\[. Wright, formerly of this of Waveland.- They are not residents holidays with her grandparents, Mr\ and spent Christmas hero, the guests Mr. arrived], Saturday evening, from, Pine usual winter home, where Mr. and Mrs ,i
place, will make a trip around the worldon but are'frequent visitors. and Mrs L. W. BnttenfleM. Bluff Ark.
Mrs. Nash, in Daytona.Miss to upend Homo time visiting C. E. Monlll had preceded them. d
the U. S. transport Meade. They will\ We, have had several people from the their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James A.
go via Suez Canal and return via San north here this winter Lizzie Eton, of Fairfax, Vn., ar- Wallace R. Moses" of West Palm Beach, Hudson.Mr. Capt. G. G. Gloason has charge of the .j
Francisco. Both the above gentlemanhave looking at prop- rived hero Xmas night; and again occupies was the the guest of Mr. and Mrs H. S. refilling(\ of tho steamers, St. Augustine "
erty with the view of buying. If this Williams a few thsl week. and Mrs. Curd Schroder (
many friends here who extend influx continues will have ; her bluff cottage. days 1\I18111\I\Y nnd St. Sebastian, which are to bo placed '
we not only
their best wishes, and will\ welcome their T. G. Ronald KltchlngSylviaKltchlng, Broster Kllch- on Indian river about February 1st.
passed through hero last
our shell road, but electric lights, a trol- Mrs K. R. Gtllman of Youngstown,: lug, of Stuart, and Miss( Lucy Hudson
return.
ley-and who shall say that the automobile Ohio, arrived hero Saturday evening!::, Saturday, on his way to Daytona to came up on Sunday morning's train, and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Till, of Mlcco,
Mfr and Mrs. Jennings, who now reside 'will not soon become a familiar much to the delight of her many friends. spend tho holidays with his parents. are spending Christmas! week In town. spent Chrl"tmas'Ith the family of Capt. 'j

in the 'beautiful residence of Mrs. sight. Mr. and Mrs. Orosebeck, of Titusvillo, Rupert Paxton, of the South Florida and I Mrs, W. J. N,,bltt; returning homo ,
Will McBride met with
E, M. Saylor, until their dwelling is completed will Military Institute and Miss Elsie Smith n verv painful Tuesday, after an enjoyable visit.
Mr.'F. O. Williams, of Palm Beach, Pa., arrived hero Saturday; they ; accident, Monday night, while lighting a
gave a Dutch lunch last Wednes- who married one of the fair daughtersof spend the winter in tliclr/cottnge on the of Stetson University, are at home for cannon cracker; It exploded and tore Mrs Goo. Hanua and son, Walter, who t
in honor up
day
of Miss Ilolister, who is Eden has been transferred Jacksonville bluff. the holidays. DeLand where Walter ,
spending the to his hands and face; It Is feared that ho arc wintering at ;
Mrs. Jennings holidays old as the guest of to take the place of Mr. Floyd, Commodore F. C. Hewitt arrived here Miss Ella Singleton; came up from Jensen will lose tho sight of ono eye. Is attending college\ are visiting/ Mr. and j
blister is an school mate. Miss who has also received a well-deserved Xmas night; and is again a guest of Hotel Sunday, and, after spending part of Mrs Geo..G. Gleason over tho holidays. ;
u teacher at Rollins Mr. and Mrs. Bubo
College Thomas the
promotion for faithful services in the Carleton ; bin friends are glad to see her vacation with her father and brother son .
,
Winter Park and is Tho treasurer of St. John's Episcopalchurch
a highly accorap.ished the Misses Bowman, Belle, Groves, and
employment of F. E. C. lay Mrs. him here once more. left for Tltusvllle. .
young lady, with more than ordinary Williams is at present visiting her father Messrs. Lcnnrd and Kltchlng, visited the has received a handsome donation -
talent, and is making a host of friends C. A. Robinson, of this place. :Mrs Elizabeth Campbell has! an orange II. J. Smith took a pleasant party of orangogroves, at HOlloland, on Christmas from Mrs. S. E. Harbour, which will :
here. Miss England, Mr. and Mrs. W. i at Hotel Bellovue, grown by her son, A. young people in his. launch to the Methodist afternoon. The party wont up via that bo applied to liquidating tho church debt. ;f
H. Harris and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Watersof The scarcity of eggs in Eden is appalling E. Campbell, at Roseland, )hat weighs; Christmas tree at Cocoa; Monday old reliable cat boat, the "Baby Mine." The generous gift is much appreciated. .i

this place, who had the pleasure of For weeks we have walked in every 2 pounds and 9), ounces. night. The tree was credit to Cocoa.A Ono of tho saddest things which has Dr. and Mrs Hlbard, of Seabreeze, .,
being direction looking for the delicious hen
at the lunch
ing a most present delightful evening., report spend fruit, and at last we succeeded in getting Mr. and Mrs. J. II. McCoy and two forco of men are busy painting tho happened In our town lately was tho spent several day with tho family of his. '',
a. dozen, but evidently the hen that laid charming daughters, the Misses Bertha Hotel Indian River and putting It In death of Rex Rox, belonging to Jas. A. son, Dr. C. E. Hlbard, leaving for Daytona
them was in her dotage. Little did the and Gertrude, of Cloverdale, Indiana, ar readiness for tho season. Mr. Proskey, Hudson, and was a great pot Ho- died Tuesday. Dr. HI bard Is delightedwith I
Jensen. person of whom we bought them dream rived, Saturday, and will spend tho win the manager; Is expected In a few days short of breath, Tuesday morning; a this section -1.

*1 that he was throwing in seven small ter in the Baker cottage Miss\ Susie Gladwln, who teaches the preacher, lawyer, captain and butcher Tho houseboat Caiman, with Mr. P.Lorlllard .

DrG. W. Holmes of Faustina in chickens, all for thirty cents. Mrs. Chas.Campbell, received from her public school at Banyan, spent a few attended the funeral on tho F, E. C. R'y and party aboard, lay at the

town professionally ,this week. was We are fully convinced that'Eden Is'to brother, A. E. Campbell, of Rosoland! B hours hero last" Saturday, on her way to Christmas night n lot of our young railroad duck from Saturday noon until
be the "Hub of Florida;; at least every spray of five oranges that weighed 01 her home In Titusvillo,. whore she ox. folks went on serenading party, in Sunday morning, leaving for HOMeland ;;
G. B. Lamar, jr., cashier of the First indication points that way. It is a well pounds. They hang in tho Bazaar win- pectod to spend tho holidays. fancy costumes; about twenty-live boys and down river points

National Bank oft.. Augustine, spent a known fact that the streets of Boston dow where all)) can see them. One of the twin baby daughters: of Mr. and girls made up the party some woro J, Klngiin )HotlgHon! one of Stetson I'

few interest days In this vicinity last. week in the were laid out, hog by the master hand oman f Rev. N. P. DuBose, Miss Poranue and and Mrs. Goo N. Hatch died Christmas masks and n groat many !blacked their University's rrumluentyoang/ men, and

of his bank. but by the footprints of our meek the-Misses Susie and May Duliose, Hev. night! aged 6 months and 18 days. The faces and mado very fine looking/ darkles; captain of thin year's foot bull team, Is ''I

Mrs. II. L. Barker, wife of our esteemed and gentle cow. Several decendants of Hale] wife child and maid, all)) of 8u4 little one had never been well, and for tambourines, guitars, uccordlans, etc., spending tho Christmas holidays with
station agent, is spending Xmas I I the aforesaid cow live In Eden. They wannee, Tcnn., arrived last week and the last few days had boon suffering Intensely furnished tho music. his family at I'lnowood Lodge.Mr \ 1

week with her husband. How long she come forth In the night and in an artistic, will spend tho winter with us. Tho funeral was held at the T and Mr*. John F. Smith, of Chicago ,
,Will\ stay we have not yet learned. manner work diligently to lay out our Cocoa Cemetery Tuesday afternoon. I their cot- .
We regret to learn that Mr. Bowyer -We want to draw the attention four are again occupying cozy '
Wheeler yards in boulevards, avenues and aide Much sympathy is felt for )fr. and readers the on Highland avenue, for another 'J
Coon has been spending streets with occasional back our genial station agent Is soon to leave numerous along East tngo
Christmas week at home.. IIe is attendIng an alley. in for West PaJm Beach. Wo wish him Mrs.*Hatch. Coast, arid throughout the state In gen winter. Their nephow, Mr. Tilbury, of ,t

Dental College in Atlanta, and ex- the best of luck in his new home, but ho eral, to the iidvts of tho h!)-w and(\
pects soon to be able to treat our ailing Please advertisers.If mention.the ADVOCATE when and his family will be greatly missed.Mr. CHURCH NOTICES. business men who are bidding fora Tho many friends of Chief Engineer

molars, etc., In the most approved style. i writing and Mrs. II. II. Spencer, of Beech of sharo of your patronage In tliocolumns 0']tourkl and Mate Somers, of the Caiman 1.
the ADVOOATK. If aro In need
:. P. Heerman, of Key West is in town. you are in search of bargains, wood, Illinois, are late arrivals at Hotel EAU GAI.UK-Archdeacon B. F. Brown of any particular lino of you goods; tho pink were pleased to greet them once ,1
He is up for the purpose of disposing of road the ADVOCATE columns carefully. Carleton, where they intend to spend will hold divine service In St. John'lIchurch will toll best place to buy again/ rind hopo they will make our town
Ws property at North Eden. This is a some time. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer were Eau flallle, on Sunday next at paper them. Road toads.Georgiana.. a moro lengthy visit In tho near future. A

fine body of hammock admirably adopted neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Ooorfo 10:30: a. in. and 7(0::( p. in. Morning sermon The steamer Couitonny, moored Eau "I
for growing both oranges and pineapples. New Smyrna. thirty years ago, so do not feel like "The Incarnation of the Son of Galllo river, Is now In charge of Mate I '
strangers in strange land. We welcome God evening, "Tho Permanence and boon
Xow Is the time when the anxiousseat ; Ferguson; Capt. Mcintyre having
is in these pleasant people hero. Triumph of the Divine Word." transferred! to Miami In command of thosteumor I,
order as the thermometer' Is
J. O'Brien and Sam Boone
Messrs.
dropping down into the forties, and our Edwin S. Bender, who Is guest of the IlAitDKKvii.LK and CITY POINT-The Itlscuyno. Capt. Mcintyre left '
returned from Jacksonville
pineapple growers are suffering' with Saturday, Hotel Carleton this season, Is our crack pastor will, D. V., preach at Ilardeevllle Mother Hall spent Christmas>ay with last week for his now pout of duty, )I

cold feet and a disturbed mind, but thereare C. T. King made a flying trip to St. sportsman; during one week In tho woods and City Point on next Sabbath at 0:10::) Mrs. Owon. J. Maxwell: Randall who has been a .

so many sheds In this section that Augustine last week, and returned with west of here he bagged; the followinggame a. m., and 2:00: p. m., respectively] Vesey Hall Is carrying tho mall during guest at Ruthvon cottage: the past two J 1
it would take quite a freeze to knock us quite a load of Christmas goods : 10 turkeys, 20 coots, 12 wood tho absence of Mr. Werning. month, left last week for West Palm I'
Hardeeville ducks, 40 English jack snipes, '10 grey Beach, where he will join his uncles tho !
went to
out.G. A. Foster Sunday, and 4 blue peters. Mr. Bender Stuart. Mr*. Bower end daughter, Miss Jennie, 'i' .
squirrels Palm
E. Mathams, of Palm Beach, was In to relieve W. A. King on section 19 for a Messrs. Shelton, of Boston, at
is delighted with the shooting here and was over visiting/ )Ir. and Mr*. White
town a few days'since, possibly for the few days, while he is enjoying the boll / Bench Inn; later In the season they will
his friends have good cause to rejoice In and others, Christmas.
purpose of explaining to a few why he days. visit Nassau. The friends of these gentlemen '
marked Bahama pines, while still In the his good luck. But few of our people left town Xmas. IfoHmer J, Alien and son, Fred, loft, hope to BOO them In Eau: Gallie 1

Bahamas, as packed by the Florida East Mr. McCarthy (assistant car Inspector) Hotel Carleton served the usual well Born to Mr. and Mrs Noah Parks, a several days ago,: with their vail boats, ere they return north. I

Coast Packing Company, at Miami, Fla.; was seriously hurt him last the Friday by a heavy prepared Christmas dinner last Mondayto fine young son. Acorn and Nlad, for Palm Beach, where The dance at Troutlor Hall, Thursday +
or, perhaps, he presumes the right to do door falling on at car inspector'sshop. a number of guests and friends. Tho they expect: to spend the winter.Mr evening of last week, wan largely attend. r f
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'One roller had misplaced Our teachers went home
this gotten on Sunday
kind of decorated with
of
thing to the detriment house was prettily green dances I
ed and enjoyed. Another rumored '
those and he was attempting: to replace it. morning, for a week, Miss Walker to Peck'arrlved on Thursday evening,
of beside each
who Florida] and flowers guolIl.'sr.late i
us are growing vines ; also
off andcaused and his friend are glad tonee him to take place shortly, as 1 III a I
Pines when the other roller jumped Jacksonville and Miss Johnson to Mel many ,
for a living, and are not hired by a lay a fresh spray of real holly and the little folk for he theatrical entertainment by our homo :f
the accident. Ue was taken to bourne. especially wan '
corporation to import foreign pines under and center of each table] a large bou around playing H"ntlClaus Saturday talent;to which two Important addition ''I+
railroad St. ,
the guise of Florida fruit, to the the hospital, Augustine quet of the same. Mr. and Mrs. Robin We must say the ChrUmastupplcmentIn with have been discovered In Dr. Welle and '1
he will be able to be at morning, apple, nut, maple '
soon sugar
Detriment of our home product. I do we hope son well know the art of catering to the the pink >aper (ADVOCATE!) was a Mr ?Mitchell and It I Is hoped both gentlemen
not write this as a member of the Asso- his post again. wants of their guests, and we predict for treat. We advise all to lay It by until etc.F. will bo Included tho cast.
ciation, but as a citizen of the United The B. of R. T. of A. had their regular this Hotel a full house this season. next year, so as to help In the Christmas C. Allen and family arrived here,
States, and particularly the state of quarterly meeting at Dobn's hall on dance at Hotel II exercises, 81 It has some excellent Items Saturday, from Daytona, to spend the A moit pleasurable Christmas functionwas
A social was given dinner the
Hotel
Florida. The Association has become so /Saturday night, and the following suction for the In It. holidays with relative; and a family re- the at Granada;
disrupted that such In attendance Messrs. Bellevee, last Tuesday evening, union at Mother M union' on Christmas long table (groaning with Its weight of
possible
things are foremen were : ,
benefit of the yacht race to be held here Two launch loads of people which 1
our were
delicacies to large
seasonable a :
and ;
even approved by the that be Clark Melbourne] H. O. Hansell, East Day, was qulto an interesting affair to
powers ;
The of the
the Cliautauqua. use to the and enter talent of
the
In the Association during going. patronize supper all concerned.If company did full justice to
and if redress to Gamble Oak Hill J. M.
be any Aurantla New S. S. Hotel was kindly given by 31 r, and Mrs. tainment given, by the people of Wave- the caterer and tho skill tit the clue(.
growers inaugurated, It will have to coma from Boyett, Smyrna; Mr.AllenGlencoe; Campbell, who always make I people feelso land, for the benefit of the school, If the Among those of our townspeople present
and who who are practical business men, II. L. Ryland, Orange City; A. Foster, much at home when attending partiesat severe storm had not prevented. We you want good results, you will were: Mr.\ and Mr*. C. Alnworth, Mr\ *.
heart have our home Industries moreat Eau Gallre. We understand that the their place. Among those from Eau are sorry for Waveland as well a* for find the ADVOOATK an excellent adver- W, II. Mclntyne, )Jr. and Mr*. G. F.
than the securing of foreign "rode the goat; and was slightly
latter Oallie were the Mesdames Bailey andDotsfordi ourselves. tising medium. I'addlvon II, M. Willhite, Capt. and
Pines able" or other fruit for the "commend crippled, but with careful attention be the Misses Florence Hodgson Mr*. C. \\V. \MoNab, Dr. and Mr*. C.
purpose of securing freight for a will soon recover. 11\ Scott, Messrs. J, E, )f. Hodg The busiest man on our river !Js Mr. C. Booth, J. E. M. Hodgon, R. P. }'att..
Florida railroad. I shall In the Drake our teamster. lIe tries to accommodate
near tiTUSVILLE'S TRAINS.
future son, Ernest Taylor, Porson I'addlson, Bison, jr., Mils BoaaleJMIIler: Mr*. W. H
all but much lumber I Is
review this condition of affairs In o
-Please write whenever yOfall to also the Misses DuBose .
us Klngan Hodgson, 0. Scott and Miss Bertha Scott.B3T"
detail, and substantiate state of affairs to be hauled, and to much palmetto and
a are
the ADVOCATE.To Tenn. Mils Emma Sprang-
receive of ) uwannee, The following the times of arrival
many of our grower pass over lightly, ---------.-. of Philadelphia and Mr. and grass to be gathered for covering pines, n
ler ,
la'1 and of train to and
departure .
ad this
In fact, I U the beginning of a Edwin S. Bender of New York. that be cannot do the work that needs passenger Reading notice page
course mapped out by those from whom The Deaf.A Mrs. to be done just now. As the season from Tltuivlile: I IIOI1THIIOI1.D. are tire cents per line per week \\.

1I'e had a to later our heart turn fearful offrost. .
right expect an entirely grow
cut; ; and Little Brown Jug Water Filters $U5 Leans Tltnsvills for iron Lauder I of the water filters
different action, which will, at no dl- rich lady, of her deafness data& Intermediate point / at 2-wl'-n> -One anti-germ
Cant day, retire us'from business. noises In the head by Dr. Nicholson's and $2.50 Claude Walton, agent. ____ Arrive*/row Jacluonvlll M3&1 I Dan be seen working at the ADVOCATE
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Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to his sell -Do your water? H" .4 Banford u .MJO H Ira "w office.I See ad. on 3rd page
that deaf people unable to Do want to buy or property :
Institute, oo you
We would esteem the favor If our the -Drink filtered water and keep HO TUIK>(7>D. Impure water Is the cause of much
them do write
readers procure the Ear Drums may have on Indian River If you pure GaaviTltavlilefnrJaekeonvllte I. 6JOa.ni
OUr advertisers, when writing or calling upon free. Address No. 1134, The Institute, Indian River Real Estate Agency,. Tlturllle *. healthy. See those fine filters for sale by and laterll4edlate poloU I at J:10p.m I IckneM. Remedy this by getting' a floe

WM would, mention to purchase the ADVOCATE.merchandise, 780 Eighth Avenue, New York, N. Y. Fla.; See page 4. Claude; VVltont agent, Tltusvllle. for Sanford If 1 ale; a.m filter from Claude Walton, Tituirlll.




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[ rr some time. Finally came a story that the force into them to show What his full opin- "The snow sliding down the roof, my At first Hans fumed. Then he gradually be'
sailor had died, and soon after the arrival ion might be. She made, no reply, but drew child.; came quiet. At last he did whut Dutchmenhave
of these tidings there came through a gatein a .quilted crimson hood over her lock. and "It is something at the door" been charged with a fondness in doinghe
n New Amsterdam's woodcn'wall'a worn slipped l out of the door. \Ylicn Katrync "Let me go, Katryne. The watch i is= up toa went to sleep, the beaver cradle still in
0cfl 0 r and weary woman with a babe in her arms.u returned Hans was in A coy painful mood, trick, I dare say" He wcn to the door, his arms He had not ventured to drop it, R 'r
'here she was received. and sheltered Hans, and he remarked, in a sympathetic tone: opened it, and there upon Ute-atoop what for what if the baby cried again add the i
t did not know. "It is a bad night, my child./ did he spy? neighbors heard it? The baby had found kP
"She'had my name once," he doggedly asserted "Yes, father, but Christmas will soon be "A roll of beaver skin!I" exclaimed the n protector, knew it would not be separated
C(3v "but she is no child of mine now." here." fat Hans, stooping and granting. "Ugh! II and hud !gone to sleep; Hans followed. In
/9 One might naturally feel that this wintry "I* the watch out?" Christmas gift of beaver for Hans Van his sleep ho heard u voice
L night Lysbet 'and her babe would be exposed "Yes, father,' and he almost ran into me, Schenkel." What luck! lie bustled back to "Hans, thou host the Holy D.ibe in thy
to the Coming storm. That swing- as if he thought I were a savage that had the'-frreplnee, opened the beaver skin, and arms, the Christ-child, who cornea thi nightto
i/ ing bell might'soy: "Kejoicc, rejoice," but just come down the Xorth river, in his here to his nmaxcment\ wan a'sweet-faced every home. Wilt thou turn Hrra away?"
was not, there room in some hearts for the canoe and needed to be looked after." child! It opened its'eyes, Tied once, stared) He opened his eyes, and there was Katryne.
feeling4 anxiety? Hans was not at ease. "Humph! The watch in a savage if he at Hans, and then, as if it had found a protector All over the crimson were white dove from
He could not drop this subject that had can't tell n goodly woman of New Amster- shut its eyes ag.lin."Ohohfather' the sea. "
come up for notice. ''dam from one of those upriver Indians. : A poor little babe I Let "Thou wilt )keep him, (oilier?" lie could
"Families," he muttered, "ought not to Unless he follows better fashions I will re. me have it!! I will take it to my bed," but nod his head. She went away, quickly I

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far and near
1 The bells are ringing -- t = --e- t r '
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To welcome In the birthday clear-morn *
Of One In lowliest manger born,
Who died for men, and reigns a King '
All hearts take up the themo and sing ; : :
As angels tang, o'er Bethlehem's hill ,
Be peace on Earth: toMen good will, : ; ;i c 4j ?
When Christmas comes. t

When Christmas comes
And holly hangs upon the.wallOf ?
l lowly home and stately hall; ate i 4q 1 14P i 4 .h'i' { Y iuJR'ct i-1
Then men put by, for one brief day, /' i1
The cares that frighten peace away
,
All thoughts that vex: and festal cheer
Comes In this best day of the year, I
To gladden hearts and homes, and make
Man better for his brother's,sake,
When Christmas comes,

When Christmas comes,
We someway feel the whole world kin.
Then friendship's tires are kindled in
Cold hearts, whose aoors have long; been :' ,r p1 ,
shut. T t
"Come in!" rings:: out from hall and hut.
"Ceme In, come In thIs Christmas day-
rut all old differences away. '
Join hands and hearts as all men should!
In ociversal brotherhood, -: !
When Christmas comes." T ,

When Christmas comes,
11 ue remember, generously,
The poor of earth, where'er they be, ;t '.
And share with them our Christmas cheer, t -i l
As Christ would do, If He were here. !
And what,we do for Ills dear sake l't. !
Lore will a fitting tribute make :: s
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love.o ids I ?yyyIy i rt
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When,Christmas come;;' :
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JUnhattan Island 1)iug-ding-ding-ding! ti 5 nM sr
,Jl was Cin'i.tines eve, and did not St. jiwV
.ytolaas' bell have a right to swing mer- /
\ It seemed to say: "Christmas comoaiing -
11j?,, ; coming and in its joyful tones 0' f s, (
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'"11 Ins and ring, 0 bell! Christmas was r- : I II
';,imng. Icing offal, 0 iron bell!, TO GOrler \:. I
t' *tu'vesaut stamping around the : st )
:title ,Holland town on hill wooden leg, to'he ?
townsfolk in baggy'brcechea or quilted J
1'fctticoats': to the weary sailors in the I '
'gliters that had pushed up the canal dividDC -
'lag Ileercn Graft (to-day's Broad street),
<" the seamen iu the craft moored by thewore

joy., the thought of Christmas brought aMy

liana Van Schcnkel stood on the stoop oft
'' shop where he !gold beaver .skin and oth: =
furs, but the ringing ol the bell brought *
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'What i ia that bell ringing for?" he asked; I
I Iraing to bin daughter. Katryne.w .1.1I
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'k- % and! that is good.newli." ,
verily, daughter, there is'aometaingbet- l
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,,lather'"'a t'5r.'I fountains.'flOPped pity that,,!" those they of and crystal.'UhoutahomeTh were her'blue like eycbo sapphire filled floating with: r,LJft: L_ .For___ the Children God Bless Them LJ! :: J :r :' '- > h I : i i :



I 'C'Jme, come, child, thou hast a good
h's'e' What i j. the matter with thee?" ;
." foundling, Katryne! Who cumbers returned, and a woman followed her who
o Humph!"growled Han er Then he broke be broken up by a child' disobedience She- him port stoop with; a foundling The watch knelt beside Katryne& his side and laid: ,
the ,
take mpoo.ibility.
.\: "I know what ails thee. Thou arts that broke that chain! mud' "Oh- take it to Herr 6tuyvesant this very "Fatherl" "
ihlf'1 for that eider i of thine, and u it ." b "Vint I ." "My child!
kll1nlt of mine because she would, yes,' "!t broken, father, can it not how r, stay thee! I.ook!" and she "Thou wilt forgive nie'f J;
(' spite of all I could **>*, marry mended?" "I ..... at the picture on the wall. "IlV "' "And tbou wilt forgive thy father? '
i.' lt "glish sailor, that Jack Lang? I "Not unless wisely, justly done. domestic the Chri-ehild, Would! thou turn That was all. No, not all. l Han reached

,r--aed her When, then, ahe went into the "Cbriat says that we munt love one an vat away this eve' of the blessed festival of out bin hand and retted one on the head
, I ;1\ mesa was it fault?" other." Aa she stoke! alto was facing a rude / ( Nativity? No, no; keep him till I get ,u( Katryne and one on the bead of Lysbet. t
my child Je. u in Hi* motb babe stirred in its cradle, only
the Th furry
1\tryne turned to bide the pearl wan picture of stemmed anyway, I pray thee. Katryne wa now
"Look f"A
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and smile Aid
landing Krehe: look :
Ifi: 10 freely from her blue e"N, She er'a arm JotepH pinning nimble Han was very low. to up
i ;;bL of the day when Jack Lang and that, father!" She pointed to the picture." of the fully aware of it she was under her teemed a. if the picture on the wait had got !
I ,, father, and- and the love and :
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t \n f'chenktl stole through a gate "They love one another "I : : >OR hood .Int! it *an slipping out of the out into tlllt room, peace
daughter. that of the Holy eam.dowo *
.t1 good ID group
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wall of the palisades running 'ItI June
and she broJ.eout like wing, and the air of had
1 This encouraged Kat"nc keep it only until thy return? be called,
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'ret band name
now giving a fog
"renVaU lovers and not into a bold proposition: "Then why not Burr-r tout door of nak wan already between made summer and song that Chrittmai eve i
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disappeared there
'r 10 Jack let Lysbet come home?" and !Han. He was Ira a dilemma The under the roof of liana Van BcheokeKd: 1.
t'ver, T"t*xsi aald** that Lybet they ICeD were married 'Katryoe' No more1"Only enough another"J do 1 ; 'rutl when u was moved to a bed. ward A, lUnd, 'in N, Y Observer,
he rut
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: J ; "and he will come. lie i i. not unking" sat here while *he' knitted and he made al. A ..BEAUTIFULCUSTOM.. Hut count not.your day a success" if the
re j'1't '(. SUL'ILEMENT: TOt der' whistle. Christina cheer is confined to your own

I' Yet she wept while she chopped the tree She sat long, but Otto called out from his fireside. Forget not ,those homes upon
tJ :ar i TH6 Indian River fldvocate with Rush's bright ax. She killed the little bed and she went to lie by him, then Christmas Giving Its True Significance: whose hearth.- no rule log is burning. Ala suchan ,

chicken set apart for the dinner, she baked fell asleep. How long the"slept. she knew Often Lost Sight Of. they are all too numerous. Seek out
( : pies and made strange figures of animal not. one, and transfer to it at least,one ray
t and East Goast Chronicle. There is no more beautiful\ customthan
1':' and people out of gingerbread. Snow beganto There was a noise in the outer room. She the time-b nored one of Christmas giving, of the sunshine which gladdens your own vA

'U fall, and still Rush came not. rose softly and with beating heart ,tote to when it is observed in the true spirit; that heart and home.-Katharine L. Megee, in

ii.t "You shall return with me," demandedher the door. in, when the gift are those of love, not of Ladie World.A
"fl }ii. cousin Karl, when he came over the hill The tree! The tree! In among the popcorn imagined obligation.

after dark "We are not cold-hearted. My and the apples and the gingerbread Present giving at Christmas is of heathen Advice for a Millionaire. /

t ( y mother,sent me for you and for Otto. I will dogs were strand of glittering gold and silver origin. During the yuletide season our Christmas Sv 'OOD-BYK. old t Jf i
'J carry him safely wrapped up." pink candy hearts, orangey, star, arrows heathen ancestors were wont to make conciliatory Although handicapped by your circumstances We've Journeyed on

tt "You are good," said little Rosy, with aye, a dozen gleaming devices. From offering to their deities, whose per it is not impossible for'you to ex- together,
1 t tears, "but when he come the cabin will be the top bough hung* as flying a wax angel. sonal movement and direct interferences on tract some comfort from Christmas. One of days
!I dark and cold. No, no, Karl, I will wait; About the rough stand were things Rosy earth were supposed to be traceable at that the best rules is not to allow yourself to And now behold

tf.It R / anyhow until the new year." had never seen, save in dreams. A rockingchair period. Later, when the church Christianized think about your condition. You 'would N parting f 0" tv

She set up the little tree and dressed it. a beautiful cloak, all fur and redlined the custom,the giving of reciprocal gift gladly swapplaces and stomach with some ways

.t / Qf1 j There were bright berries strung, there were A grand hat with feathers, a silk -.0 beautifully symbolical of Hod's great poor devil who has to earn his own living, With thoughts of mingled I*gladness very near

M j 'f Some twenty years row of white popcorn, there weN long vines dress, dull blue and crimson,' changing in ]love gift of a Saviour to a' lost world-was but do,not dwell upon this. Instead, ascertain dread ard of

,,1 { .C ago, with red leaves carefully dried. 'There were the light. substituted for the heathen observance. the address of some misguided philanthropist I see the winding way that I must tread
I j + fi fin 1 tt I think it was, or, the reddest applies, the gingerbread dogs and Was she dreaming? But a figure ('rolliedthe Although to all unselfish souls the de- who i ia in the habit of giving ft To Future Lands;
t i,+ h maybe something call, boys and girls. There were red stock- floor: softly, o.l figure that set all doubts at light in giving far exceeds that of receiving, Christmas dinner to a lot of ragamuffins. For thee awaits the realm of shadows:

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i' liberty to knew With folded hands.

;,i t w, Your residence, and .
'tr 1 1E bore you with a letter. Good-bye, old year!

I I r r :4 f Jl flI Tou never. sent an answering line. I fear C H. R 1ST -\ AS., P1ORN1NG.I -- A few few'more more words steps ere that we wake forever the partA throbbing-

That your attentions may have been divided heart
; To hope and fear;
,.r i. I wonder did It never strike you queer, A farewell smile a lingering clasp of laM
::1 ; Our correspondence being so one-elded. Ere thou shalt lie within the shadowan'
1 Pt All silently;
\ A Yet, of philanthropist you were the king; rTv k The while I haste a glad new year to gn, H,
I You always managed, without word or The while I Journey on with memorits
i i warning. sweet
I To drop In somehow, and to leave the thing Old year of thee.
(I fear I'd hinted for) on Christmas mornIng {

I'r Good-bye, od! )year
i I' 'N' tlf' Alas not half I felt or knew till now
1 I May I that generosity abuse P IIow kind and brave and true a friend w'rl
A At this late date, by asking for another thou; .
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,Wee, little present, of no earthly use For ah, twice,dearA
To anyone-but Just Prlscllla's! lover? '
loved one seems'whencomes thE a?rk-
't .5 5 ened day
{t, Simply little work (worse luck) of art; 5r ,siryrsjll h ; arr J r..yrr When heart and lips all tremulous must
Yet lack of It has threatened to undo me. say
In point of fact It's-well, Prl cl1lo.'. heart. A last goo
I My very dear sir, won't'." ,you. bring It hir1YY! lr 1 r. Yet though thy friendly face no more a !
1 tome?
;' The memories awepOmy heart has kepi ,yt
.5 ) thee. ..: ,
Kp need, of course, of mentioning it to her, !:' f Yj: -Alice Jean Cleator, In Ladies' World
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But, If you're fond of custom and prefer i4 rite +"!f94tvihlf: I ''.y Cl ;;i.I t r "' I J n"rrr'
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t t The old-time way, I'll gladly hang my 'l .......-.w,.+.. ..an.vy..d.r..r,.,.w.d.., ,t+.' ; }}. rrff'>rlk.f:,.,3, rr a tij r'':; .'y t ?C: r.+ isw#' L,; g THE FIRST CHRISTMAS.
J Y stocking. y 'r r3T4 : il4/ :y.islrr'4a
p ; /' 'r. t r 'a + R I rr _
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i t You shall be Welcome. The'address/ I gave + .,, { The Town of Bethlehem Where the Vise Men

Some years ago. I begyou will remember ,/' i<'> jni1cj'l Were Guided by a,Mysterious!: Star
For old-time's sake be kind, and I'm your 1
r, slave rri5cl! EASstt ultt'+;f.AY''k'3 f+l "The place is Bethlehem, but the Holy
And humble servant, dating from Deeemf ; Familyare no longer at the inn, in which
ber.Theodosla. r,Y }' 'there! is no room' for them," writes llcv:
Pickering Garrison, In N. Y. r, .1II II j; ; d; ,.+,r. Armory II. Bradford, D. D., in the Ladies
1'4 Truth. ,!$ le9i.k j f ;,;!y /. r'; Home Journal, of "The First Christmas
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k.:l tM .>!,' .T \y .5':}}:,:i 1,,:.' r ,,,i' ., : : "
) } l r + ISSr aIt Sr/ Present. "They are now in a house and
; frr fu d : Yq. ' H. +
; Ilax/r dr9s'1j..!' 'fY?'' Jr ,rd Yt. f'u a t lass ; J. by themselves. The dwellings of the
;1. hY s .{rjt 9 ,J.I y lr% ..r".Jrt :fRil i sr'r'a t ,y. :;. w !. {:,+{;ry; .'. poorer classes of that land and time were
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rl.lp il '':Y. h.r: .w 1 of primitive simplicity. The walls were of
Nrrl asi .
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1,7 (! 1 FMY { j stone, often without cement or plaster the
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fT ,( rti t r'rt kf' +N roofs were of boughs or poles laid side ly

+ {rrr \ side and covered with mud and straw the
> tl/ld#l gt jw. Ili'S
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floors of earth. contained few
% Qil'r were They
!> f .'' ;4i0: .. :!a;t .riyii' rooms, if, indeed, there Were more than one,
y I J, tr ;; i ,.:,..g a r..,; f.n .y: .. r and no windows, such 'as arc to be foundin
.I ; { modern houses. The best of these build
1 n r7 ..,! vap 4I'+ 1. I : {, .'' i 5 1 'ar' + .'.(yl r '',)l4 stn I ings were hardly) more sumptuous than the

\ itt t I I '" llIi' i, tG 1 1 rR+ .sa4 l i.y. 345 ; lj_r r' ::'fl dys nr+r1 rr r r. Y dugouts of the American prairies or the
rv .1 fir P .brJ. ( .. crofters' cottages of Scotland and SLye, but
d .t
i 'alt i i) r J. : .. because of the dryness of the climate they
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/ :; y Y'.; ''ar'',<, q,; : were uncomfortable.. Neither wails nor
t ; : h li.r C, .' SI S,'! suardff(r.rrs 4fprr!; ..rp.jir Rs.{ :+ y. !! ; floors were damp. Jesus and :Mary were m
r: : ay ,
[ (HEY: had been mar :; ? t 'L4':;.P I'.r., r ruch a house, and were as well provided for

; -fJ! ried only six weeks, I M1;lr7!,'.7.t u,; ;;r !{:/,.:,ll.;,., rgVt.r.q.7+t..::. ?du:..:!f. as most of the peasant people of their time
t this Rush Palmer; i r<, ;.Pj! ?, / 'r ft esr Jw' a / yF t!! atilli14asrrJk' l: p@ rr,l. :, 4 and their means.
m.lr a ar.+r { :th :, !ir3.r'; 4' .! }}, :; ;, ; :
... from nowhere and !LINEN- : y : f's.ta it. ,:. ,fi .
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I .. y+';!?r xG/L!,:} ,:,; oP I G1.! ;, >,:,{j, Scr. "The strangers who appeared Sn (the
little Rosy Dietrich. ins t{ ," J l. +, : 'J ilr asrr ., )t.: b. ;1,+ .
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r of that little
Y r't streets town wise men
.'.: iiS. rau: ;+' ; i Iwy' t4a, 4 4 J}suja(' y4s; ; 7 were
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the orphan hill girl. They had small cabin, : -} Y'7, < 'ryl .'A'r+I+alnk ir/ '4i'!t':7' ? y L'r. :4N' {,:ia11 jfi+rCi:4, e from the east. They guided by a '
{} 4 rrr : : ; ;.Y: ; { u"kK"N.b: were mysterious
the rent of which Rush paid by chopping AUII4r1.Yfi'a't\ ;Mf1r? ,{r 4.d 1 ,:.y ''r'1)) 'ti, v pre! 'Dit !! f t. } : n l ap { .4 4ya {J ?.i4 ..vnu star. They sought one who wu
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hillside and :
on steep carrying it #! / l.
{, ,: ,, tJ 1 f found
: 'r born of the Jews. When they
king
I1 a down to the ,wagon tracks below. Ilis fire.S ''r, ,;; 'i+M ut ha"'Ellapi1'ri'l +r r Jr..l +} rl .. 11 J!' I'.. Jv iL.{:{{ c,a11.,/+.+. /.!.??, ,
Him in oriental fashion fir i wood was had for the cutting, there were t" v l1 sir"' rtJf..4.,.. .'..... ,..l,ttr y.rl'M....;..,. their true they in salutation
bowed heads the
a dozen chickens, two pigs and; a cowThe rr L arr.,.rw, .L,+{}N :klill, 1.1 f .4! } ,. ,l.p. 7 rTIV + '. +# { t s .;.. i+,. .,,r rr..L4},, t,. S .... r :! {, :(twr '' to ground frankincense ,
: .t nilshd,1. N't l,4 'f I { f Nrat 1 r : and then presented to Him gold, :
live stock Rosy's aunt had given her because '
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1' and mynh. The phrase 'wise men
S she to take the little
was going yelt -
or Magi indicates that they came from
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towheaded brother with her thut'hud been
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Persia. or Arabia; that probably they were
such,a burden to the aunt. Y
thai
followers of Zoroaster 'and therefore
_ I' i So they dwelt together in the t\vo-i oomcd k+ ilr. Ill ..1' up t ,U I f1J ..,; I rsYIrt,. 1 A r rv.Q nN J ...t .r s+dt+;.Ai'rFP{;;'::;' fi' ::+ .?:bir.y l:. That is all thai
they fireworshipers.
were
cabin, Hush and Rosy and the small boy, who
the Gospels teach either directly by tn.
us, or
: had not yet worn trousers' Rosy had been "
ference them.
i t t the prettiest of the hill !girls, but had no concerning

''Jr 4' land, no prospects. She loved Rush Palmer ; nr S l' +.1'>; 'I. +14 a.'.l ,1t .11 Jr { J, !, "6'rt{ .l> 4' .rr1? ..}:4 JA. .1' +fl i, '! i h 1'S"tW! y+ lnsvYJir ur.'isN;+H.f't},1. '}r,' JYrt
AMth unquestioning i unreasoning trust. lIe ,
hud worked all the farm What He Makes.
1 When he came, from summer nowhere on in a particular near, }4;, (1, ;! a,3'wiy.} ,?{a. JrNilt t +' /r, L .;rd., 4} qit @! v ill h ti :. ""r.r'1'b, t{ alt He was wondering how Santa Claus got

he said, ho was thin and white. Now he was 'h I rol the? presents that he gives away.
brown and brawny. When l ho asked. little "Papa' he asked, "does Santa tfau
t Rosy to marry him and she said ea'with. make anything?"

I5 out question, he had given her: a curious j "He doe's, my boy, he does," replied the
look. father, who had just wen the results ot a
"Your cousin Karl calls me a tramp," homurmured. little Christmas shopping. "He makes some

rtl' l 1.1 r C ;}. !I Ja "' A' I,. ,I ,t. ,/, vrlfa}, ( 1, 1 ;, g ,!a !! a;nr r,. m: ,a a ,lrlp.frN4pql.a{! ,t.ln rc! bxl men prosperous and ha makes others fail "
"Ircaro not," laughed Rosy; "he is mad;; Then he retired to the library and made .
tliat' 'uj rf! (yy+lltil.lls !} f: 'h y 11 ensb-Cbl'
;: *} alL"limey another attempt to balance! his
happy in a careless, innocent / ;;+ '1) :, r Post,
ILJ cago
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Thnnl\sgiving r Inuit'YF.vlLf ; ( ) {
ill ay. On day Rush Killed quailand r U il : : }
'j,. showed Rosy how to broil them. He cll' Y ;, ,Y I ; y. / Yh t. ;i }!: rrt+!u 44 r v S, "

liked to keep Thanksgiving day, he said. It lwsk. "Peace on Earth.

I t made him think of the time when he w as a While merry bells are ringing,
t! IrSsiijiJMS+ra.ik}'Airt .l, ,Sid,. I M !1 ,
And
r happy voices singing
1J t5 boy and had homo.. t ;11 h'tj' l r ( s'i pc; .A:.
k "Are they all dead!" asked Rosy, from S9!i ;I n YIL4I ,ry1 C+, .8 n, lS7i/tyrAleIt pdMlrlLirjl(fy F 1 if. 1 'i17i'h'r7.! Because the blessed Chilst-chlld
the stove. Long years ago was torn:
l II _i.Ji.4rt'lV I'r" TT't t'i 'R-. 17JYirr, ri>: Ohl! may we all! remember.In .
i r' He gave ber a startled glance. .. .e s t.i. ,;+ca4; !? ; ., : +.L'l+;e49' $te'1'1! ?+'' :St ':?iCsu} ;{gt.rr F, C 'H''s18ntkvadfrrrn, ,I, +r.l:, !'.i.4: ',rt llW 14.K 4,:}! ?st+ '?i'6'! the cod! and bleak December,
r' tfu' NtkSp? ,111};, +yraS?<:r ir'yr. M' ryva r: ti .1 t !) qV
"Who?
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i '. ,\... There are many, many
fc "Your people. There must be some, but Unhappy and forlorn.
I R you never tell.- Me-1 have my aunt, Karl, Let us try to lift their sadness,
''a my cousin, and Hilda. Hast thou none?" Let us nil their hearts with gladnessAnd
I { "None.. share with them the brightness'

'4i' i "I will be to you all," she said, with her Of the Joyful ChrlstmaH morn.Youth's .

'r ., mouth on his cheek Companion!

t The third day before Christinas there 'io:

f; came a halloo from the wagon track.
i "Palmer, Palmer! Halloa. Rush Palmer! STUNTED
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S urp.S. 111r'4 ings and mitten knitted by Rosy' nimble rut. Ru. l, her husband! With a cry she yet the excessive giving BO much in vogue Get him to take you to the place and view 5,4, .

tF1' / l,,; 1 r l r lingers, and & boy doll of wood, skillfully burst out, her flaxen braids hanging her at the prevent will soon by its own weight extinguish the moving spectacle lIe will be glad to rs. rs

carved by Rush. It wan dressed by the little eye shining. She cried in her mother to some extent this pleasure If all have you see it, and it will be a kource of

wife in quaint trousers, blouse and cap. tongue: would have the courage of their ('()nvietionaon i considerable amusement to you. Then, after

There were whistles of alder and !)ii'* bInd "Thou hut come!I" this subject and refuse to degenerate the you have been driven home you can estimate -

der that gave a delightful squeak Therewere'cown' He toothed her with a mist in his own ancient custom, so fraught with sacred the cost per plate and the number ),fnt. MaMen! \Vbat'are you going to ri'>
"' '! "THOU !HAST COME. horn coveted with tissue paper eyes. meaning, into one of exchange and barter, fed, and easily ascertain how much you husband for Christmas?
and destined to hold the candy Ruth was to this danger would soon be overcome. have saved jour '
by not doing the' know
had same thing. don't
"Did think would not come? I Mrs. Atkin -Really I
I' When hush came back he looked so buy at the village. you }:,'en within the confine of the family This will cast a gentle glow the through, i
: to go to Law renieburg. to the bank. There over remainder to give him. I've been looking
changed Rosy cned. "Ala! aU!" sobbed "there i ia circle the true significance of the custom of
Rosy, not had your holiday and help to can't thing
wa money for me that I thought others you en- house this morning, and I
:' .1 know not what new come., Rosy, any candy for Otto now, but I have uwJi i* too often lost sight of, and the opportunitythe joy what otherwise might be a cheerless of furniture "
taken from See I have made faith-
1 me. need in the
u thing
aid he "but there letter for me at the my we way .
are '
these sugared ball from cake dough, and occasion; offer is embraced to make some Clmstma ,-Life. -{. J
ful little Chnstraa The kept mean
one a mow decoration that ia within our
'. j' i village. I will return. he will not know." necessary- article of clothing, furniture or the llartA!
,r I The night came and the morning, still no Shame back the wagon, but I !got here before Chrntma like do duty for the Christmas gift This i* cage Xe\v
crept into Ka.-1'.1Ieart that he had
See the clock is 12. We will 'U*
day. at .
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of Rush the threshold Her cousin Happy
: step on of the festival. From Children.
I f' not made Otto a Christmas gift He spoke light these candle and call Otto. lIe cao.Iffl' a wrong interpretation
!' .f' I Karl tune to hear of the letter roughly to hide it. tomorrow" the head of the family down to the tiny tod. Dleneed are the children who can till A Philanthropist
'ti "You will lee him no more he laid. dler the Christmas gift should be some }
"C>ur neighbor hailer watched him jump "You are childish, ,Rosy Never" before lIe lit the candles, till holding his arm thing, no matter how insignificant in itself, hang up that their stockings and believe implicitly "I wmht I bed money enough ter a..
had Otto such Christmas a* now. about her As to the bedroom h. a really, truly Santa Claus will ev'ry poor child in N'York bappyter-
( on. the can. lIe was a tramp, and you have they went that can be treasured and preserved at a fill tbemr--Brooklyn Christ: !
'. no husband. He has left you" "For my man made it; my man made it," laughed again. memento of the joyou occasion. Life err, remarked Dusty Rhode on

y Dut Rosy wept with Otto in her arm and sobbed Rosy, "and not hi* blood kin. Xo, "I will buy your cousins farm for you tomorrow Make the season one of joy supreme. Lethe 'W; ever inquired Do' -
no, Karl, I know hit heart. lIe will come -Wot would yer do? .
would Dot iUten. if you say w. I have, after long Christmas spirit permeate everything) his schooner
?1 The next day was Christmas eve. Rosy home. disappointment, come to my own And I from" the vlne-wyeathed window, the rule Look to the Future.It Staggers, aa he finished

and Rush were to make a tree for Otto. It Karl went homeward'throulb the ilorm. have you' truert heart, that wedded for lovea log on Jhe4h/. -h, the tree laden with love i* not wise to have to Christ- started for the free lunch. bond anon ',
bras a email evergreen on the hillside Rosy cat by t the} stove with, ber apron over tramp Art happy Ti Christmas day" otYeripl.t % .> the specially prepared mil that you cannot have merry a "Put it Inter" gover'nwnt pbilaBtnr'

_ _f'f' e K"X" will cut $it a04,b' ve it ready," thought her bead: It was bitter So often had they -Chicago Daily Newt. 1 1 Ra) Year.-'hicaio'l'ribune. a happy New Dusty de Rhode Interest.-, Judge.replied the



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CHRISTMAS SPIRIT. twig yields some new triumph of discovery, child, the New Year's day with its good resolutions Jest 'Fore Christmas.

when the sweet-fared mother and romping and big promises and renewed energies
For Christmas, with its lots and lots! of ENDA0uy.IGNi .
Its True father feel the burden of but come around there are those who yr
PromUlngs Would Hake the Day not years, are candled, cake and toys' ,
the Brightest and Best In the Year. warmed with the youthfulness! which the say "Let us have done with these trite Was made, they nay, for proper kids, an'
spirit of Christmas makes perpetual.But recurrences" Hut, if ever there was any not for naugbty boys;
It is the day of all the year best and the day fails of the fullness of Its ob- thing in the old festival season, it i. there So wash your face an' brush your hair, and 'NE

lETjffTLELBERTSTERa dearest among the time marks of our recurring 'servance if something of the same bright .till. There are new generation wisp findno 1 mind your p's and i's,

calendar It is the day for peace and cheer is not brought to every home and every staleness in the antique, but to whom And don't bust out yer pantaloons, anddon't
harmony in heart and the same regenerative stimulus comes in wear out your shoes;
at
every every person. Those who move in the true
"Yes.ur"
Say "Yessum" to the ladles, nn'
hearthstone We celebrate Uod' chiefest spirit of the Christmas time realize upon the anniversary timeVi' lived because 0'-
gift to man and discordant those who went before us helped us to live; to the men ,, 15 HAVE our share .
thoughts or contentions this day, above all others, that men are the An' when lh.ey'S company, don't past ups and down: ;
have no place at the joyous fes children, of one God, one earth and one common let us be a like help to those who are blossoming your plate for pie again; P Cir cares hkel '
tival. All should ring clear and true and purpose. Good will and self-abnegation into younger life.-S. 8. Time's. Dut thlnkln of the things )'('r'd like to see other' folk:
r sweet as the Vuletimc chimes. upon that tree, -a y Is j
go hand in hand. They seek the poor w. 4 The pocketbook
The spirit of Christmas is that of Him and unfortunate as did He whose memorywe Jest fore Christmas be as good, as ycr sometimes full,

whose birth it commemorates. It softens consecrate. They would give repose to 'English Christmas Custom. Eugene kin bet field.Christmas We're sometimes nigh dead-broke

t evil, sorrow and hopelessness with the magic the aching heart. True to the promptings of The Christmas tree found its into nut 'once a year, at Christmas-time.
1' 1? touch of charity for in the Christmas spirit they would shake it the way "" Our hearth Is bright to see:
charity is the ,
T PAPA gays at San em. England) through Prince Albert soon after The baby's hand Just touches heaven
taClaus bodiment of all the Christian graces. It brightest, sweetest and beet of all the d.tyathat his betrothal to Queen Victoria. A peculiar at the English Court. When Daddy lights the tree.
''/ Is goln' to bring I tc gives to goodness a brighter luster and to reosol..e make! the year Detroit Free Press English custom is that of passing a small

meAnother nobler purpose. It is a spirit! born tree round the table after the Christmas There is one custom! always !gone through For weeks and weeks the little one
mamma a in every heart that can know its inspiration, 'io:. dinner, from which each plucks the with Christina eve at the KngliNh court Have lotted on this hour;
Christmas time, person And mother, she has planned for It81M'
without regard to creed the of the baron of beef.
or race or station. gift previously I placed there for him or her, appearance great summer's and shower.
she sun
And bountiful papa says and good at and kind Of all the days to which man has given The Festival of Motherhood. This is cooked at Windsor, for the kitchenat With "here a nickel, there a dime,

Is And says she hopes at I special observance, Christmas alone has Christmas is the festival of motherhood.It --, Osbovce will not accommodate it. ,010the're 1'nt by where none should lee

Avni like her awful much and learn grown in its power, its beauty and its value. calls our thoughts back to our own be An comes 1hlg woodcock pio, boar's A loving hoard against the night
To love her by and by. It has been stripped of the grandly devised ginning-to her who gave us birth-to her Enthusiast. head and the queen's plum pudding. This When Daddy! light the tree

liturgy and dramatic representations that to whom above every other human being we Ted-Tom is a great observer of the Christmas pudding lira giant, for after part of it has
)papa's often seen her, and bold their root in heathen: customs dispelled owe all that we are for good-all that we customs. been sent to the quern for her Christmas The tiny'mind taper glow of the like flame stars;

He says her eyes Is bhie by the true Christian spirit, but the change' might have. been and are not. We recall Ned-I should say so. He'll kins an ugly dinner, enough is. left to furnish dessert for That They rifted onco us tbesteel-blueek, y' t
mine j Is, and her cheeks
The same dimples as in them, too, has been one of purification and marks beyond her gentleness and patience with us-her !girl just because he happens to catch her all the queen's near rl'lnti\"t's-nn(1 at thelussian The morn tho ChrUt-chlld came: I f

And Has she ain't more an half as! old's! cavil a clearer conception of the subUnder- aspirations and prayer for us. We plan and under the mistletoe.\lflgt'. court, in ]Koumitnia, at Sandring- The blessed angel sang to earth

My other mamma was, Above that far oountreeWo -
-- --- hearth
think they sing above our
And papa says! I ought to thank
Dear, kind old Santa Claus When Daddy lights the tree.

nut I ain't glad, and J don't want __ The weest kid In mother's arm. I
Laughs out and claps her hands
No other mamma here: __
The rest of us on tiptoe wait:
I'd rather have him bring: me back
sweet mamma dear- The grown-up brother stand
own
My Whero he reach the topmost b.-moht:
can
that is
My\ nice, good mamma gone :
to be, ,
So faro far away- ; OUT Santa Clam
Ml write to Santa Claus to bring i F45. Ti In that sweet hour olbrenthloasJoy
-- --
When, Daddy lights the trco.
Her back to me to staY, ,

Our grandpa says 'twas Just as firs 'f fIn
THE LETTER days when he was young:

Dear Santa Claus: My papa says For every Christmas ages through
-- ----
You're goln' to bring to mo .The- happy bell have rung

Another mamma, Christmas time, : i :: : : And Daddy's hull Is growing g' ay
At's as !sweet as she can be; i: t'ii : : : : :. Hut yet a boy M he I
lint I don't want no other one = { \n As merry as the lest of us
Don't put her in your pack- When Daddy lIthlsthe tree,

But please, good Santa, won't you bring
My own dear mamma back? 'TIs Love that moke* the world gu round
'Tis Love that IIghl'nstoll,
she 'TIs Love that lays up treasure ,,'b.h. ;
She said, before went away,
At she would take my hand Nor moth nor rust can spoil; i

And lead me out of here, some day, -.L ..: .. And Love Is In our humble Home
Into a happier land, In l largesse full and tree
So don't bring no new mamma hereAt's "'" all are very cluso to heaven !
When JI.lJrI'lIghlltho tree.
younger than she was
To take the place we've kept for her, Mariraret gangster' \\'omah.1torri

Dear kind old Santa Claus. Companion I
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If you can bring new mammas round. CUSTOrtS.I I
Why can't you find some way CHRISTMAS
To bring a boy's own mamma home

And give her to him, say? --------- --- --_- -_ Gift r-Making One of the Most Gracious
I don't want no new mamma here,
.
Season.'Gift'making
Features of the
At's as sweet as she can be-
But bring my' old one, Santa, dear is one of the mo t graciom

To papa and to me feature of Christmas, and one that 1 pray i
-3. E, Kiser. In Cleveland Leader. may survive all other outgrown customs,"

writes' Florence Hull Winlcrburn( in the''OIlll1I1'S
'i.{; '\ Homo Companion. "When love

and sympathy nre clove counselors Ihero i.1
WISHES HE TOLD THE TRUTHSmith's .
little fear that \I e shall! make the mistakeof .

Sold His leaving Out of our little! one-'* stocking the:
Trouble Began When lie :
particular thing )he! ha* set his heart upon
Christmas Present. j&ettillgud if Ifm choice U beyond' u* to

"It pays to be truthful," said Smith, as he gratify, let u* come as near to i it a* we can, ,
1
picked up a cheap cigar after looking )longingly 3. _--- and not con veil t thin season into a sort of '

at the expensive brand he usually __ -;T ; ; ''r,,., = 3 -> I'', t i. ncam. convenience for ourselves, thrusting t upon
such articles

smokes ;- hi* reluctant acceptance prosau
"Some time before Christmas I chanced =;__ _d: _-_- .. fi'-'z_--_- a* shoes hits und other essentials the '
to remark to my wife.: that I needed a new toilet. Fur prettier is the German <:u8t.pm>

overcoat, but that I thought I would try r of bestowing grimly trillcx (tint hare house
+a
se
t
and get through the winter with, my old __ = = r -: in themselves, but aru part of the glitter and
one, as matters were pretty dose with me, fashion of time! holiday. When it i* possible
and I couldn't afford it. nothing is NO good to have a* the traditional

"Christmas day, most to my surprise and ;- _' s T3t Christina tree. In after year memory
consternation, my wife presented me with a hang upon! it fondly, und we bless in our
handsome silklined overcoat that I paw ata s heart the kind hand that took *o much

glance didn't cost less than $50. However, trouble to give ux pleasure. \i

I had to grin and bear it and try and figure "Then the stocking hung up on ChrUtmas ti
eve has romance! all its own The breakfast
out some way to pay for it.
table dressed with holly-berries and
"One day I chanced to meet Jones on the 4
i: gifts piled under 8111)\\')' napkin is u graceful
street and he admiring the overcoatan I
as was : f custom, and 1 U far niter than tho blunt huu'ding -
inspiration flashed 'over me. :: : T out of our gift. Hume trouble should
: ; :
need
build and he
"Jones is about my as : In taken! to create the welcome element of
would
ed an overcoat, asked him what he our prise, Wo nllliliL, but it is one of the
for mine. lIe said $25, and I accepted ( ., dk 1.t4'
give me made Jones i i e.n4, : s-s b- # 4Y}, y r sa yti t ; ; L greatest delights; in u child' experience Helind
it
that
the offer 80'quick
out before we would choose to have
gasp him that what in looked forward to uiosaeagerly
"I figured it out this way: By accepting seldom turn out wcjl.)! It i.i sad

$25 for the coat I could manage to raise the philosophy, yet lute, that it i I. dangerous: to
other $25 and thus get out of a situation that Net one's heart on anything in this worlds

WAS keeping me awake nights. )But the love that hide its intention until,
"I had -to tell wife some sort of a c '.. Y rtz 1.1 ilR wv ,
.af its
my ------- = -- the, hour of fulfillment, und then let. out
fairy tale, so I went home that night witha rtT st-crcl in an ombm of ', i Ii the
long face and a story about a sneak thief hut substitute tliut.j ever offered for (.be

having stolen the overcoat out of my office special 1'rovikuw-suuta Claims, and all

while I chancpd! tob'e awayv I feU like1 a other gracious III) this
r z' rk.
sneak thief myself) when'my wife burst. into :s = fta at 11 r "An example of generosity is seldom lost j
tears But I burnt the bridges behind me, i children if I' i i. truenot artificial. I
upon
= = f1 3 .
,
_
t ,k a i
EO I had to carry out my part : s C'i a+ > '4t They are very Billing to /live up to (their little i

"My wife, while down town one' day, knowledge, if wo allow them the chance, }

chanced to run across Jones wearing the Z us and port of our duty to the day Iii tl'< cn ;

overcoat. She recognized it at once, and,, _- courage in our young .people. the same Mnd- J

calling a policeman, had Jones arrested. mesa wo cultivate! in ourselves. Il 10 no '
"There was nothing now for me to do but much ender to learn in youth to b< genial! i

to confess the whole thing and get Jones released -i ympathetic' und gcneroun than it i- after '
from behind the bars. The result was embittering experknrhave harden.d l our' '

that I had a bad hour with my wife and a hearts.""

tw o-days1 struggle' with Jones to talk him Ko JNN '

out of suing me for damages. ; + '
I t The First Celebration of Christmas.
told. My h sff If # r 1
"But the worst remains to be --n. :>< ;, p Rr'r '
wife had bought the overcoat from funds Chl'itmas11' lint celebrated in the year ',
that her father had sent her =z !=Jssz'r t. 08, but it wa 40 years later before it waiilliclally

"I never want to see another Christmas t adopted a* u Christian festival;

again! I never want to see Jones again! I nor was it until about the fifth century

wouldn't mind: if I didn't see my wife again that the day of 'tlcbruLion: became permanently

until it was warm enough for summer clothing fixed on the :23th? of December,

!"-Philadelphia Inquirer. up to that lime It had been irregularly

observed at various time of the year -in

j3f13 lM jJf l .i1f' ;iJfi* ifi3fi1f.i3fi3f.M1f i1f i* i1fi3f 1f.if l3I December, in April and in May, but mOlt ,

frequently' in UlUal'-J.acjrt', ] Home Jour
A Profitable Combination. nal.

"Talk about luckl) That man Deuslow hasIt I South. '1 tt A
the Sunnu
in tripVj-plated chunks." the Mistletoe in < Made'lI1m Walt.
"
"How do you figure it out? ,
"Why, his wife was born on. Christmas,,. "Mrs, Ilopkin, where is that ChrUtina

and Christmas ja also the anniversary oftheir !$! 3 W N'J $ -3t! \ present you said you had bought for meT*
!1tM
\ Marriage, You see; the rest of the tl "Well, Mr. llopkin, you talked so nlu( .
year is pure velvet for him."-Cleveland r ibout hard time that I put it away until

leader,. .. )rour birthday. -Chicago Record.
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'C.k .- .. '--- -- -
-
------ --- !ham and in Denmark portion of this gigantic f'J
ONE OF THE FOUR.FOOTeD'IIND. the Son ol think of what we might bave teen had she The Christmas Dinner Table
lime fact that the Son of? Man is tweet appear every Cbri.tina day, JUST LIKE A MAN
Gods That which i ill divine in our common been other than she was. We would to (lod I'lace the' talla for the Christmas dinnerin The Christina dinner i is nerved in the huge
what she would
its kingship with llim'nhurispirit ti that we were more nearly the center of the room, nnder'the chandelier Indian dining-room, which presents a brilliant "t
iiiture is grasps the spirit of the Christmas time. have UII be. the say; "Would that all children if there in one, and Hum ace that it U appearance.' Gold plate U used/ and!

How potent, how more than )human, ill might be 110 blessed! perfectly! |level and the leave welj fitted, gltfuiiH fioui table and U-buiird--i; yule!

this spirit appear bc t in the universal ; write* Mr*.H, T. Jtorcr in the I.udirr'iburue log in the fireplace; bluzes brightly, aryl the

obedience given- to its .wa)'. All, with unvarying Journal. From the chandelier! Kang I A large large 'party of relative who have been aiktd
regularity and with hearty approval She Knew Him. pray of mistletoe. or holly tied wjt\fcarlet; | to shuts the ('hristrna.dinnerf1)cludcrmany!

c bow in glad .ubmuuioD to ;its e.tablillbl'd )''i_. Gotrox a ChrUt- ribboru, If there be a mantelpiece: in the of the younger member of the royal family (
give
Tom-Did'you
I customs and emulate the example, if room, Lank it with l holly and fern. Arrange who on other day ft the year are in !bed. 41
indorse the faith of those to mal present! a pretty corner, blending all thegreens at the dinner time of the grown-ups, Therefore .
they do it not is indeed a holy day. ,Strange mir'aeies Jack: -I tried to. Offered her myself, you ud in decorating, Cover the table ,they especially enjoy the oceaUin.Chivagu .- ,

I whom wrought by this name Cbrutmaispirit. know. tint with a /heavy cotton! fLuinel cloth, and l : Unity News,
are smile to the face of melon- Tom-And he refused you? place over it the spotters linen tablcdotb.
It bring that what It amount. to of the table mat ofChriitma 'thh
I i We to a hope that .1ack-1 suppose Place in the cutter a
tholy itself It exorcises give the evil of hatred. She said abe l didn't Mieve it was right fur fern, in the center pf which A Misunderstanding.

l Ito! dead. It old it bring the a girl to accept very cosily gifU.-Brookl 11 stand a high fruit; dish, filled with 'poH.hed) } //Ill
To .
and wvy. age "I notice 'tnb dut>*u't speak to you."tVhat's m
i childhood red apple, grape and inch other fruit a. Ifs dim / f
and to IJ/e. r }
keen fresh joys of youth the matterf"I ,
i : 'Cot be cbtuineyl. Cover the base of the dm'
clearer appreciation of the spirit that pre. may can't help it. I started to talk to him
i a dish with of holly; on each ide of
spray
tide at Christmas revel.. Keeplna the Anniversary. this place t-ut-gla.4 or china dishes filled with about ChrUtuu decoration Hit other day
Ibh ipiiit which I. the divine cud be thought I referred to 'the black eyes
above all. almond, The
But ot disown novelty. It i I. true that the bonbon, olive and salted
makes it a day Age broil with mutual friepd recently.
be in
of Christmas, got a a
spirit good to others more a wire man learns, the leer he fiod water bottle and dish or two of celery "
.
doing
of
-Judge.
loving remembrance that, all about us have that be know. Yet it U also true that, the may, occupy the other pieces 'aI '
seeing ;
of bright and happy memory of the older WII grow, the more fir tee the world "John i i. such a goose; he gave dear mamma .. 1

"to"Do you lung your stocking> up, :Mii I I' at least one The admonition of this spirit repeating itself In new music w, bear One Cause of! Trouble. 'Twas Ever Thus. half a dozen silver cutpkki and .* nutcracker
dying year. remind u of old melodies; the "
? but for strains that *
for universal rejoicing, wish Christmas really Trd-I'vt been trying to flitch Polly under '
season
alone Bbe I wo a
not -
is the pott's .unit*, "
"I shall hang up four of them, Mr. Cos' contentment and th.nk.gifi. preacher illustrations of al.'oerall'tactt and oadwlll- the uuitktoc, but -Mix"! Autumn min "Well, Un't that all right!
ding" individual when merry chile the novelist's plot, all remind ul.of aonicthing be the I can find there. 1'oor uuuiuu, she has dyspepiu, and
ideal reached He'-Well, Jt might U if somebody hadn't to only on*
"Good gwaciou! Asd what do you ex&ec't '. There is an about the symbolic tree gilt ter gone before, and seem like the a ttvunping Introduced tb# custom lit giving Christmas Ntl-H /win/ 1o to ao uirtauce.of the I Iw bo.n't eaten a nut fur :20 yeari.D roitKr
dance A"
to receive\ !" drtn ql old tlork ...;1tQ CJrMmas ; Press
with rememl> 1 sad j .I.ht. Christ, preseatL-'Purk' ron, girl in the right place.-'Judge.)
Gosling." -Cleveland! Plait I, i lag whhen earhfibranch .ui\'trury w .p \
childhood'* }J">', 110 ..'" J:
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; :rw make household angels sing together for joy to bear in mind! that a woman never gets too Overdoing! the Being! Good Business.! vas generally some wealthy nobleman who
would be if men would remember that being old to like a compliment, or to be interested was willirg to spend money lavishly in pro
a woman doesn't make anyone enjoy in hearing that her husband love her "I say, Jimmy, don't you think yon are" moting the gajeties of the court. It is of RESOLUTioN]

':f having all their theories and ideas derided and appreciates her? and, above all, to save rather overdoing this being good business! record that during the reign of Elizabeth,
<. Volunteered one young hopeful in confidenceto "Lord of Misrule," spent in one
t 1 and scoffed at. There are plenty of women some of his good manners and good humorfor Essex: OH
who can't venture an opinion on any subject home consumption. his chum. Christmas season 13,000 of his own money I 1
; It r -.-- THE ---= from the weather to the political situa- "I don't suppose I'll live to nee any of my "Not on your life." Don't you know on the court games.:-Chicago Chronicle. I I' "vt/

tion without having their hu bands tell theories carried out," added Elsie, dolefully, Christmas I la coming? replied the youngsterwho YwA i I. (

1 them they don't know what they are talking "but I can tell you they are badly needed was accused of being too good.
J 'ME SURE- reform in lot of families I know." Dorothy "Yen, that's all very welt. But you may HAVE
about, and they'd better keep quiet. It maybe a For the Children. risen, Mr.
true, but if A man marries a fool] it in Di;, in N. I'icayune. IH makin' a mistake. l' Chairman, 'cause
"You don't know whafjer talkin' about. "Ye, said Mr. IJljkins, "we always / 4 .
1 his fault. He / got a
picked her out from speech
own
I 'h'sIf You hear all the folks house celebrate Christmas for the children's sake
5 ELLS LOVE. among all the other women in the world because ought to at our to make,
about 'what'Il it, know, and I wouldn'thave An' I
talking good boy Timmy is They expect you want the boys
die was the one that suited him best'and
NEW YEAR IN WASHINGTONWhen getting to he,' and how thai fake Santa the heart to disappoint them to listen, if but for
/, most congenial to his and i it :
was taste ,
.... "Bnt and 1\11'11. Blykins always remember politeness',:>
/4 Claim lit going to give him such a lot of nice you sake:
unto doesn't know
rendered she blessed he has lh
iHE a thing if JI I have Rota
Every One (House with each other? short
Keeps
t tl' Ph Open presents. preamble -
him all
day
no right to a word As a genetal thing .1M!
cay :
".\w That's all right. Hut t11n,1 I am going to give her a two- an' some
/ The good saint'sdue men fall into this fault of disparaging theirwives' Lavish Southern Hospltalltg. yes. \ "Oh'J'e. rarH resolutions: too,
want to tell that It not turn out coat and I have reason to
praise you may An' I want
to Jen' submit
ana
.opinions through sheet carelcsgnesSof Jtalentine to
Nimoio kinder
,))1ti1 gratitude, Mary writing of 'xew'ear'a .the way you want""What think she. intends to gjve me a fifty-dollar push 'em through,
I.
their wives',
and of their \
1 r:- And ''with such feelings! conceit Day in the White IIouic" in tbe are you giving me?" ,chair We always nettle well in advance

!,f'j .'j i/ t warmth I'm free own views. But just let one stop and auk Woman's Home Companion, thus describe: "Well I ought to know. I tried your game what our presents will be. All we have to Whereas, we'" <: bceaneglectful an' forget
\ --j to say himself how he would like to be continually the public receptions: "Announcements are last year! and I got four Bibles! and three think of now i is' a don for the little girl and ful of our work
i ti1 ltl: 4 It put me In a jealous mood made to look ch: ap before the children published in the newspapers proclaimingthe Sunday school books; for Christmas. Not a a tin wagon for the boy."-Wathington Whereas, we've been too careless an' too
; 80 when she came to say: "Good night" and the servant, wow' he would like levee at the white house and the exact of kolas of the Star. often prone to shirk ,
''n{ hAnd whispered In.my willing" ear, to have his ideals, and often even hill religion minute at which the different officials of said;pair or anything sort They ern Whereas we've been unmindful 'bout the
l they thought I would like the llible-
r t On tip-toe In her gown of white, ridiculed! and every time he tried to the government service will be received, nttle acts o' love,
I'' Softlyi "I love you, papa door. tell and the books.better. Aw, I tell you, Jimmy An little deed o' kindness, why, I'm
a joke or a good story have somebody but it is usually o'clock before the Willie's Text. coin-
4 I : :'i 'j, "You love me-, but how much?" I said, who the near one you don't want to overdo the being to make hit( move:
into
I went out world more and taw sovereign people are admitted to the Willie had to bed
r 1 And after Just the lightest! pause good business. -Chicago TimesHerald.Beolnnlna Aftrr fivc-yeai-old( gone
,! and heard more remind him that it was a grounds, Resolved, we'll bo
r t She answered, pulling down my r'f" on Christmas eve his mother went into the more faithful r an' more
t't "I love you more than.Santy Claus!" hoary chestnut. Could there be a more exquisite "The state levee at the white house is '\k tn room to see if he had hung up his stocking watchful all the day;
1 'J'i cruelly practiced? Yet thousands of but the beginning of the calling .that continues properly for Santa Claus. Much to her sur Resolved, we'll scatter sunshine all along
'{, ,'1' The day had been a happy one, women go through this daily martyrdom throughout the afternoon and well Afresh. prise she found that the little fellow had the weary way;
:t As e%'ry Christmas ought to be; from men who} think they are good husbands into the 'night ,in official and private houses.. What a breezy sound there' is in the words propriated one of hers for the occasion and ap Resolved, ,, we'll let no brother who may
I' There was no dearth of cheer nor fun 'Tom was always good to me/ said The official cociat ls need our friendly grasp
season inaugurated on "Beginning afresh have
I And ev'ry bell pealed merrily They a ring of had attached a slip of paper on which he Plod on another single step without our

Thofo nea r and dear had raid:I' "Good-will" warmest clasp.
i In more or substantial ways, ,
M I And nothing In the guise of 111 An' now'll,. somebody-- second o' the resolutions
Had called for pity or dispraise. tnen
iI ,I 'f$ Hut Stella's bedtime hour by far Let every feller vote an "I," an' add a
11" The happiest was to me, because strong "Amen!I"
: It Twas then she found, my own bright star, ,. .. \ ':. An' then go out an' act 'em right In all his
-
tit: She "loved me more than Santa Claus!I" : '. -' "- dally walk.
/ An' make his llvin' tally with! his
-Ed'ardW Barnard, In Judge. :, resolution -

j: II i i : I Ic 1.1 n ; -P. O. Bickers talk. In Atlanta Constitution.
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,).t : few\EAR IRRESOLUTIONS ... ,. '. ; > THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS.We .

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rp1 .. "."..".n", ., Should Each and-All Try to Make tbe
I
1.1". ': Dag Thoroughly Enjoyable.
,;
,
.I' : t : ,:-;, :: "Because we cannot have the Yule} log

: 1'j7' ::1 O a FOR MEN: ., I'I'I and traditional roast 'pig,' shall we refuse
"" '
ov > ,' the cheer of anthracite coal ard baked tur
'::' ; key?" asks Florence Hall
1 1t .. Winterbnrn, writ
>l'', N t 1 J i ... ............ ( ', ;,!', ing on the "Spirit of Christmas" in the
: -> < Woman's Home Companion. "Or if
; -. i.f >!, even
.
...:.j LSIE was sitting in \ ,"( ,..''.1.,1-" -<, the open fire, the mistletoe:: and the family

'. her pleasant library, r ,:Ji! gathering are beyond us, must we disdain

"' intently reading a ;::,: ,; '. j the homemaking attempts of the steam

# t. / neat typewritten list radiator, apd find no comfort in the dainty

.t ,,1 / as long as her arm. ; elaborateness of well-spread table, cater
%
I,1"at t "What i is it?" I iniuircd ing to the needs of a relined modern taste?

Vi'! I ,'< with interest. "New Years resolutions j' Suppose the misanthrope'' (for the ietlue
"' 1Hf who lives only in an imaginary Christmas
ri she responded, promptly.l .
I % id a misanthrope) came out of his shell and
"Goodncm gl'llcioulil"! I exclaimed aghast
,
'i
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..... J "you surely aren't going to try to keep that gathered the young people about him to

i'ts)' many? It i enough to (bring on paresis even of charm holiday-keeping their cars v, ith'when talro I.eVIIS of the old ways'
a boy
to attempt to remember what they're
.i i i about. Would not this l he better than grumblingout

: i\,:'f '' "Don't be alarmed," she returned; "they their protests against the new ways that have
own reasons for being, and offer in
;" are not intended for personal use. They
turn their own of
I 'arc merely a little list I have prepared for measure enjoyment to
;
'I' willing spirits? Genial old is
t age always a
'. < Home men I know, You see, Dorothy, she welcome
\ presence, and it
never suggests
l1 :Wul on, earnestly, 'I've been thinking overJ" I lllq i I ;llll//p t contrasts that put' us out of onceit: with any
the matter, and I've come to the Conclusion the
pleasures that lie within our reach. But
: that the trouble' with is that
l us women we
carping, even if it proceeds from the patriarch
have into the of
habit
t' gotten trying to monopolize
is an infliction I
severe enough to blight
'j: a v all the domestic virtues and self. holiday."In .
any
sacrifice. You can't pick up a paper without
'a the nature of things thieve must lie
seeing a long article on woman's duty
_ holidays.; How poverty-stricken is i that soul
'I to make home happy, or a wife's duty to which does not recognize' this necessity and

'Jjw her husband, or a mother's sacred duty to throw itself heartily into the work of help
her children., Hut do you ever hear of its
"'f ing forward the good time youth and all
man's make home
to attractive
I being a duty so unspoiled minds! accept with gratitude.
-1 his wife won't want to go out in '! There is no prcdeterminatc set of conditions
; the evenings? Does anybody ever advise ---...::..".. for holiday making that need tie adventurous

i j Jiiin, when be comes home tired at night, to ----...:.... -. -=- ... hands, and if traditional customs

put on his dress suit and try to'entertain .....;t -- -- belonging to Thanksgiving and Christmasare
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liie wife her
t ; to keep from being attracted w vanished
't: beyond recall we can harmonize
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'J' by younger and) handsomer? Not much. ._ """ the day,-with our present abilities,
'i Do ever tee a. roomful of :::::::::: --="-.;;;!' ,
you prosperous =-
". ---:- :. ... "My sympathy is with those who wish
'--
vriddle around in father'sconvention ==-- ,
-aged men titling a to bring back the
Christmas
.-, :---- .. upon day
f discussing how to do their duty -.
t ----. ') .. sweet old traditional observances. I love
-- .
\ to their children? Nobody ever did. It -- ". I -
them well, those that known to
; s- even arc me
}" isn't right. I'm in favor of giving the -. ... !. -.., i
men : .. -... "" < ;:: c) I only by hearsay and were outgrown in that
!t1rl a show. and 'letting 'tliem' take a hand in .....,:.:.::.." !..:,a ;' ,' "' (: shadowy period alluded to us 'before the
"
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the] } and the 4 '
i.\'t\ happinees-making dutybuHineti* :::::::/ war. Cut no one thing is indispensableto

< "Now, when the New Year resolution /_ : ? happiness with any of us' 'unless with
:time comes," went on Elsie, studying her children, and not 'even with them if judicious

itiil..t "I just want to get in'a few of my do ." : substitute is made; Whatever we

I:''J I atnestic, principles, and. my word for it, you :. .:. The Start for the Last > : : Iave; ,-or whatever we lack, the quality that
j : will see it will do more ...IO.oo..d bring : Lap of the Centum.a : ':. .. makes the occasion is the spirit we bringto
f
about more genuine reforms than all the it. Good will never fails to create a
"
: Wearing\\ off from smoking anti drinking good time. It' finds merit in rain, lifts fog

'N{! 'k'lpco Adam. Cumi \r'utlvely' few _. .. __ and lights cheery blaze within that
yrnipcn - --- -- : '" -' y .___ U_, __ __ _. _. .. ;: passesfor
afflicted :. 1: ::: ;:: --*-' ', ..
> -
,-1'" arc with husbands who get drunkor : "Xil' rt. the sunsliine in its absence. And goodwill
( :' smoke to excess: but millions of us have poor wretch of a woman, weeping over New Years day in Washington. It is the glad new life in them. They put life into had printed in a bold hand one of the Sun "-has not passed away with chivalry, nor

ki1 i il ; ,I to put up with men who stein crying need of the body'of a murderer; 'he 'never beat me grand rallying day of the neighborly the heart that has grown almost discouraged day school texts: "ThE LoRd LOvvEtH perished under the onrush .of science It
j ; .t where the marks would show. proclivities of the people of the entire district. by failure and nerve it for fresh en- CbeaIUuLL ogiV\'eR.-ChicagoDaily News.a lives and breathes now, and is here at this
"Then, it seems to me, a man might resolve Many men make their first and last deavor. Let us enter upon the life and sere moment to light our Christmas fires and
not to unload all his troubles on the vtttit of the year on this day, and only see ice of the new year under the inspiration swing incense before our altars.' All we

family hearth. ,Of course, I know every certain of their friends on this one day which they give.-liaptist Union. Progressive Peace. need do is to recognize'and adapt it."
day a mlll( ,hat to go through with enough tot of the )'ellr. As they grow older these festival -
try (the patience of a taint, but because, days seem to come closer and closer to- "'* "We have good times at our house along 'tk.-- -.

cotton has gone down instead of up or thing gether. Lists arc published in the. newspapers before Christmas."
_ haven't run smoothly at the olUcois no real of !the holies where receptions will Her Bright! Scheme. "You do?" illS REASON.

,reason for slapping Sammy and kickingthe be held, with the names of the ladies who First I.adyWhat New Year's present are "Yes; the children try to please their

rut as soon a* he gets within his own will asiiist in receiving. The assisting lady you going to give to your husband? mother and she tries to please! me,"-De

1 h1''t door, .\ man might occasionally rememberthat often attracts more callers than the hostess Second Lady-A hundred cigar. troit Tree I're8S.'U

woman has troubles of her own and and newly-arrived families are on the lookout First Lady-And what did you pay for ; tV1

needs to be cheered and brightened. We for l'OpulawOlnen for their New them A Backward Look. >oQo ,

are continually told that u woman uliould fears day receptions. There is no need Second I.ady-Oh, nothing. For the last Chris'mus kin lr
t1 t always meet her husband with a smile but to interrupt the grand round of calla for few months I have taken one or two out of ef the be made so much pleasanter ] -
no woman can smile long enough or blight luncheon or dinner; the carriage is hired Jack's box every day. He hasn't noticedit wander stem parunt will on'y Jet] his inin'
back
ly enough to rake the temperature in a for the day, and, dressed in his very l beat, and will be so pleased with my little present dash fur few the time when he made a
the
house where a man is sitting around witha the caller must see all the old friends and and the line quality of the I.'igal'il.-Lon Y. Truth. ol' chimney-piece himself.-N. r

scowl I on his fare. It takes reciprocity, make o* many new ones as time will per don Tit-Hits. ,
; I. --- -----" and it'sjust as much a man's buMiieks" to lull Everywhere open house: is kl'l'lln the 'II: ; 't:+A 1 1

tJ' 'i smile and help to wake home happy as it i isa lavish southern fashion. Tables arc loaded Tact Required.It .

THEY* ARC NOT INTENDED FOR woman's. with viandhot and cold, sup tlentented Directed Court Amusements.Down really requires a marvelous amount of ,

., .. PERSONAL USCi ." "There'll always room for plenty of (good with real southern egR-nogg, or a bowl tilled to the reign of Henry Y1IL, and tact to appear thankful at Christmas for =Z i 1 r
resolution New Year's day and other day. from the housekeepers winter supply of occasionally! since, a "Lord of Misrule-! was something you didn't want-Cincinnati
En.
I little welcome reformation, nlid who He might resolve, if he really meant to turnover I"i.1hOIl 1! punch, mixed from a welt- appointed to direct the amusements of the quirer.
4 might nuke us so t much happier' l it they only 1 a new leaf and try to do his part guarded formula that is an heirloom in English court during the holidays. lie presided ".:.

'IT, f would. towards making home happy, to make hill 1'ltiladclpliin; families. The whirl of icvelry over the festivities, prepared the
) "What would I sugjcbt? Oh, lots of wife an allowance and I pay it promptly( as a in intense, but this gala day comes for game, directed the "I.ortland saw that the Put Them In Good Shape. I
1
.'1 tilings. To begin with: I'd have them make debt of }honor, : to remember that servant \"uhingtonillnt but once a year, sad it court wait kept \properly amused during If your morals are in bad shape, the first t I I 1
;, l a cast-iron revolution to upend more of their UN mortal, and that you can't hire a three U celebrated with true southern warmth Christmas week Hie office was considered of the year is a good time to reform them-
v4, time at home.. When a man unu'riea u \\ont- dollar-n-weck. girl) to cook like a ft I/Nr0 chef; and enthusiasm.\ highly honorable, and the"Lord of Misiule" L. A, W. r.ulletm.9HMMfmf4PAlMNMNMNf ,
,'!, ., In he leads her to kuppobe he docs it bo "Willie," said his. father, "what !good resolves
cause he yearns for unlimited quantities of ---- are you going to make for the. New
Jj: her society and it mubt strike any fair'minded : Year "I'm not going to fight with Johnnia .

person, a good deal like getting goods Jones anymore," replied Willie. "I'm

uuder false pretend, if, us noon an the honeymoon .,,,,.. ? a r; glad to hear that," aid the father; "but
\ wanck he chews olf to the club e why did you make that resolve?" 'Catwe.,'

I I or downtown the minute ho gets his dinner was the answer, "I always get licked."-

: ]leaving her to solitude and the unexciting:. Chicago Daily] News.Imperishable..

delights of her own company. It !is a situ.It :
ation that peiUapi a man never appreciate) .ri

d 1 because he has never been there himself U .
It r: j, couldn't happen to him, because the moment ,1 rr
he detected staptuni of lonokomeite Li 1 The Christmas bells will\ silent be.

I ".he would )put on bill hat and go off to The Christmas lights grow dim.
If. The
brightness faded from the tree
the theater the saloon
or corner or home
I
May leave'It and grim.
tl gaunt
i place where there were light and brightness _
'C and gayely. A woman ha* no such resource -'w '"" But Christmas cheer was never>o;

1 She can't e around at night by hcrscU 1( t Its echo lingers on,
hunting up company, but mukt kit at home, mow the dud i With memories of long ago
Jr ,f'I 1 no mutter how lonesome aud bored khe may And hope of joys to dawn.
I' fcl l "
-:{ be. Men are forever wondering why women t4: p IsYmecIht i Iri I So. o'er all time Us might extends
t J." want to congregate! ( together in boarding And ready homage wins; -

lioukes. Out answer to the conundrum is i bel\de new \ __ ,A* one glad Christmas season end
I' that they want .somebody talk to while l Another straight. begins
I ,!' their husband are downtown at night. I II uaed toTmey d t -Washington Star.

I, .'; ,, have yet to sip t the woman \\hosehukband long rof rle of tt 'Co\\;
t was a home-keeping and home-loving man I 0 k11ic
: who wasn't kutikfird to star there, too. (.. yetf.. .,... Wise Precaution.
TliercV: one thing dead certain, and that is I !
e at
,,. "There, said the prudent housewife,
that if anxious to at home
men were al stay
iih they were to call on u girl be f" the looked over the Christmas decorations,
I'Vciungh
,; for, marriage and if they took; u.- much rt: ; %: 7- 1'I "I think that will do very nicely. Only we
5&L 0M must not forget to take the mistletoe from
trouble mil pain to (lay to entertain their t t y /
V r ; ; ; 1 the chandelier and move it to different part*
.
; wirea* they du their sweethearts, the dotaestu ,
millennium would be in hailing dutanc ', t.\1'_ "'91 S t of the room during the day."

.. "'" "Whtt ii that for" asked her laaaband. ..
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"Aoother good resolution that would dOD"fiiih to wear the carpet
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10, NO. 18. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER QO. 1800. PRICE, So.

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LOCAL NEWS -Miss H. Ellis of Atlanta, Ga., was -Miss Annie Paddisoi leaves for Eau CHRISTMAS IN THE SUNNY Son of Man to make us the son of God. AMONG THE HOTELS.
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among the ar, Ivals in town yesterday Gallic to-day, on a abort visit to Mr. and To-day with' tho church in all the

Topics of General ,Interest. -Have you paid subscription ? Mrs. Geo. F. Paddlson.Mr. LAND. world, wo go; to Bethlehem to lion this AnVOOAU- t
nd your The Is file at all
now
wonderful thing, to hear the angel l "Gloryto on
If please do
not so. Fred F. Taylor one of Rockledge's *
the best hotels In New York
city.
and
Titusville and Other East Coast God on high, and on earth peace !
winter
Titusvllle has been quite gay of late prominent residents, wasa good will to men." The real joy of
. and General Gossip In connection pleasant visitor to town yesterday.Mr. Where to stop along the East Coast.
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ff with her 'and Towns.
Christmas festivities In the
many Christmas therefore centers
| Bay Lake Worth Indian See list of hotels on -Itti and 7th pages!:
I,lib BI.e.yne Hirer, Key West dances. and Mrs. Geo. 1(. Robbins en- manger of the Christ-child but this I
Halifax
JaDlna and tertained few friends child Is the "Lamb of God that taketh Do you want to purchase a hotel and
a at dinner last
Point along the -Mr S. What Our Correspondents' Have to Buy
I Important ; D. Geiger is again in town
I"sun. other of Florida. Brief mention ofIhwwtln after a, protracted visit down the EastCoast evening,among them being Archdeacon About ChrUtinni. away the sin of the world." Tho manger!: cottages ? If you do, load ad. on 7t.h \ I
Cowt Various Parts B. F. Brown and wife and Mr. Chas. H. looks onto the cross, and colt is that the I
from to insurance business.
attending
Event page.Whore
About People Ton Know Walton. Christmas, In Tltusvtlle, began Saturday highest expression} of our thankfulness to stop In Titunvllle.\ See hotel
IJ the World I Don'tI Know- Picked -Mr. R. C. Rogers, traveling freight; afternoon with a Christmas tree and for the incarnate redeemer is In the and boarding house advts., on 7th \ .
the
.a People Yon and passenger agent of the Ocean Steam- -Among prominent attorneys who exercises at Saint Gabriel's Episcopal eucharist which ho specially becomes .
I by Oar Society Editor and a large iaf fI" ship Line, was in town this morning. arrived at the Indian River hotel yesterday church; and this was followed In the the Bread of Life, that the divine lIfo lIe page' .
Correspondents scattered along the were: Judge; I. A. Stewart and E. evening with an entertainment and gives us Increase more and mote Those about to visit' Florida would do
1(ut Coast of Florida. Master Claudo Walton, one of Stet fly, of DeLand; Frank Clark, J. C. Xmas tree at the Presbyterian church. unto otel'nalllfe.may well to noto tho named of (lie best hotelsat '

son University's students, is in Jacksonville Cooper, of Jacksonville.Our There were also Christmas sermons and which to stop, on our "th page. ,I
spending the holidays with his PREailYTKIUAX CIIUHCII. I Iat
carols in the churches
on Sunday.:
THE ADVOCATE, leaders should take notice of Illustrated folders of the fine East
parents. Johnson Law Co.'s ad. Silt and Tub small boy-aye, and some old At 7HO: o'clock p. m. the Sunday
In atl vance. on; page, Coast.!hotels" etc, to bo given away, free,
H.50; per annum, h --Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brainerd. who HcTimmons & Fitch'., ad. on 4th page: ones too-began to got in bin part of school of the Presbyterian church wore tho ADVOCATR office. Send two-cent i
$1.00 six months, the festivities The weather as delightful met by an audience completely filled
countries. have been in Georgia for some time past, Both these Jacksonville firms are bid- was stamp to '
I 12.00 per an. to foreign tiriivcd in town last night, on their way ding for a sharo of your patronage. as Florida: weather on the East tho church, many being compelled) to
When you subscribe for the ADVOIITJ to Eau Gallie. Coast Is celebrated for-not too hot for stand around the doom. Tho audiencewas Tho now ; [

by the year, it does not cost you Messrs.. T. Grotjan Ronald of Lotus; comfort, nor yet too cool for discomfort; delighted!: with the beautiful docoia- by Mr. \ \ t,
Lee cents per week, postage included. -County Commissioner J. R. Walker, and Ed. Simmons, of Cocoa were among but just the kind of weather that makes tlons, the plan of which was, that as to receive
I date of expiration printed upon who has been on the sick list during the those who attended the dance at the one fuel glad that he is living. Christ was the author of all this joy and uary.

Note week. This past two weeks, is around again, much Opera house on Tuesday night. There The day began with tho booming of gladness, the school would have him ro- J r

loot lirecelpt paper or for wrapper your money.every No need to the pleasure of his friends.Mr. will! be another dance to-night (Friday). cannon-crackois, torpedoes, and guns, I calve! tho brightest!: praise, no diamond SpilncA Manager ,

firiuto send receipt for subscription. Joseph Woodrow, of Havana, -The ADVOCATE office has been the recipient which, seems to many rather peculiar ; were made out of evergreens and hung VOCATK I
beginning for Christmas Day. Then the wall, with a letter In the centre J
Cuba of useful and ornamental upon
date gives 1 it to you. was a passenger on Saturday's many little card
e northbound this Christmas and came tho Fantastics on horseback, which made of ,white roses, until tho lottcisspelled "
this in your train, en route to Ocala to presents we return his
f- Please place paper spent the Christmas holidays with his thanks to 'our many friends In the North caused a deal of amusement for the on "Immanuol." Over tho platformwere .
nding room. brother. and South for so kindly remembering lookers, and "Young America" in paitlcular. \- diamond figures, with the letters, Mr. I
The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE is on "Joy," In white: The (platform hind the Rathbun

eat the following news-stands, at five -Miss Ella Singleton, of Rockledge, is -Miss Emma Morgan and her nephew, At 10l0::! there was the usual Christmas name kind of figures with stars suspend. man,

fate per copyTitusvilleFred! In town, visiting Mrs. C. C. Curtiss. Dozier Alderman, came over from Lees- service in the Episcopal church, and an od In tho centres. Tho church was full position M !:
I S. Chaffee. Miss Singleton is quite a popular young burg Friday last and left next day( for entertainment and tree In the Methodist when the exercises began with an anthem Coast

1 J. B. Screven.lacksonvilleRathbl1n lady, and her friends are always pleasedto Fort Pierce to spend Christmas with church In the evening. "Blight Angola on tho wing. at St.

I hotel. ; see her in town. Miss Morgan's sister, Mrs. D. L. Alder The streets were thronged all day with Invocation ........,......nu.....1...... raster The
I Windsor hotel. man. our citizens and visitors, who came Joy to the World ........ .............. .. Choir
hotel. -Mr. L. Bradbury, of Webb Mill, N. many Keoitation...... .Weloome........8aIlI0< Duruii of an
I S St Augustine Alcazar Y., will probably join his son, Mr. E. L. -The Rev. Jno. A. Hughes was the to do their trading with Titusvillo's merchants ..... Chrlntma*,.....Ruth Woodward dance at }
Bradbury, at Arch Creek Dade Co., architect of the elaborate Christmas whose exchequers were largely Bong..... ..... '.. .Welcome, .,..r.. ....School sonville,
the hundreds of ('las exorcise...Merry Chrlatmo Time.
I |f Reading notice ads. are ten cents next week, as he has closed his northern decorations at the Presbyterian church, augmented by many Recitation, t'n-to-dute Saute Claus; Va. Farmer nine until
slice on this paj1e.Do ; home for the winter.Mr. and he is receiving much praise for his dollars that passed over their counters. Bantu and tho Mouse Merle Hcoblo Is In store
endeavors. The church was beautifully Good feeling and gladness marked the flan exercise...,What the Shepherds Saw
not fail to date your letters W. F. Jlbb has just received a decorated.The day. The programmes of the various HoIIA;,...What Saw the 8hM>lienl.? The
ItttclUtlon, Hunt {Dan In Morrouo C,BchujlerC'lft
I'JCO": after Sunday next. newspaper called Freedom from Manila, Sunday schools are as follows: B exei clue,....The Town and will bo
old in the Missca Aline and Daisy Brady, ... tho Itells. tho tint of I
-Commodore F. C. Hewitt, of Osligo sent him by an friend army.It EPISCOPAL citcncii. Hone King(
who have been attending Stetson University Reclpatlmm.Christmnsl'BaMabelSohuyterAnthem. under the
in town yesterday.Several : is full of interesting reading matter ... ., ., .. ..,. Choir
N. Y., was Luzon. and the Misses Z-indie and Kate', On Saturday afternoon at 4:30: the .Hlng With Joy log, who Is
pertaining to the Island of Ib-fltatlon What Mania Cluu* Jlrouijht, J. Jtule
[ items are crowded'out of Stewart and Bessie Hall, St. Joseph's children of St. Gabriel's Sunday: school' Tableau .. Seven Ughu.AiltlreiH sol !:
\11. issue to make room for Christmas -Dame Rumor says Mr. and Mrs.J). Academy, St.: Augustine returned to had' their festival. There was a Christ ..'... .... ............... 1'astorHong manager.'I
Ha F. Ives, Mr. Bert Ives and the Missus town last Friday to upend the holidays.Mr mae tree beautifully decorated and loaded Itncltatlon.. ...,,.' Pint riirlHtma thrlmm, Farewell Night...Grace.. ..School Hood ion, Mass l

3i"rtio and Elsie Ives.. of Philadelphia with gifts. The exercise consisted of Distribution of } the Hhephenli.'
of Ankona, and Mrs. W. II. English,. who 'reluntlIJ1 While
T. McCarty
C.
[ the
-Attorney time
had
at LaGrange
a glorious carols by the choir and school: Mrs.
mi In town yesterday, and made us aunt usually spend their winters in t-arasota" After which the audience joined In bun,
Christmas tree on Saturday night.
call.IMr. are now in town, guests of the Indian Rhodes and AI 1'1. Morgan rendered an singing "I'ralxo God from whom all! list of

-Capt. C. F. Fischer, who is on his River Hotel. Mr. English is a partner In appropriate song. The services went blessings How. list-class
Geo. M. Robbins has been spend- way to Cuba, on board the launch Half- the McFarland Fruit: Protection Co., and brief-the Lord's Prayer, the creed and room,
couple of days in Jacksonville this moon' arrived in town Christmas night we gladly welcome them to our town. a brief Christmas catechising by the 11APTI8T AND MKTHODIHT. table that
reek, attending to law business. from St. Augustine a visit to his wife. lector Then followed the dlstlbutlon Those churches united and held their arrival i
friends were glad to -Mr. F. O. Williams has been appointed of the presents from the tree. Everything Christmas exorcises and treo In the $,
The
Captain's many mooting
-Amonjt other pretty calendars re"ed to succeed George C. l at this office during the week, is see him in town again.Mr. freight agent of the Florida East Coast I seemed satisfied and happy. Tho church was crowded to Its utmost In a

kfrom Mr. Wm. A. Bours, of Jackson- D. S. Hutchinson Yardville, Railway at Jacksonville, and will assume buuduy being the louith Sunday In and many little tots wont home St George /

Ik N. J,, a former owner of the Indian the duties of the position within a shorttime. Advent and the eve of Christmas, the rejoicing over what they received from n most

-Yessrs. S. F. Gibbs, of Melbourne; River hotel at this place arrived at New lIe was formerly station agent of usual services were held, and the sermons the Chrlstmn \tl'ce. Tho following was point

fa II.Sams, and M. S. Sams, of Courte- Smyrna on Christmas night. He will the same road at Titusville, and latterly' by the lector were on the lessons of the the progmmnio for tho occasion: to make

f.have, been in town a couple of days come down to Indian River as soon as he at West Palm Beach.J. Advent and the Incarnation.On Sininby the Choir ever. The

,iweek.ftpt. can get his house-boat in readiness for Bay street Jackson Christmas day there was the full Prayer.. .. ..... .... .. ... Itc'v.A.H.I'pnny.I In the past
B. Togni's Recitation..Welcome(.
Vanlundlnghain.
will bo
the tll?. of the service and Holy Communion. Tho sermon ... : .,
ville, is still one most popular aerllltnre..n. 'n ( Iu10. cm.
I J. II. Smith 'left for Jackson- Julius Smith of Pompton In the metropolis. .Some of the was from Heb. I, III'orlles, "God 1, Hinging, ....... ..... ........ .......... .. .Choir welcome ;
p on Saturday last. lie says he may -Mr. H. resorts who at sundry times and in divers manners ('lallll1xorclllo.!: ."..,........,., .. ,.....Children.)
ain'away permanently but his many N. J., who was on his way north for a finest liquors and, wines in the state may lleclutlon..... ......"........r.loanorKrrlvtm. Tho office
ids ,here in while; and Mr. A. D. Baldwin of New be obtained at this establishment at spake in times past unto the fathel'lIby Song.. .. ... (......... ........ ... ... ....Choir Auguatlno
hope to see him again Conn. from Rockledge, reasonable prices. New Year's the Prophets, hath in these last days Itaoltatlon..... ... .. Bam Vanlandlnchain of tho
linear future.Mr. Haven came up very The substance tuner Knox.
Ills Son.
unto
spoken us by !
yesterday in Mr. Smith's launch. Both goods In abundance. Call and see Major Distribution of rreienu. Hodgdon, ;
[- and Mrs. L. C. Branning, Mr. these; gentlemen own orange groves at Togni'a/ big stock. of the sermon was that God made cashier;
aMrs.! W. S. Branning, Mr. and Mrs. Elockledge, and Mr. Smith left another man strangely complex being-an NEW bMVHNA.: J, }<' ;
-The Titusville Social Club gave one animal on one side of his nature and 'a '
Union fit
Christmasdays Christmas tree clerk
Ousterhoudt spent the big tent order with the McFarland Fruit There was a key ;
at Green Cove Springs; and Protection Co. ere leaving town. of their enjoyable dances at the Opera spiritual being ou tho other, with an intermediate the Congregational church :Sunday:; night, for; F, J.
:us. II. Walton at Jacksonville. house on Friday night, when quite. a I. Intellectual nature used by and many little hearts were made glad, A* usual

-Mr. Wm. J. Newell, proprietor of number were present. Among! those both; so that man I U neither purelyanimal .__ _.___ charge all
.a' u .n'
I -Sir Henry Lynch Blosse of Ireland, the Pleasantville Press, Atlantic City, from a distance we noticed Mr. Bert Ives nor a purely spiritual being The CJlIII15TA1ArtIU'oIaocrt..l'<,

(again at Palm Beach fur the winter. S". J., was a pleasant caller at this officeon and Miss Gertie Ives, of lblladelphia'1IIss ; animal side of his nature opens: to him The Christmas entertainment and tree To Kent.
pnade a trip down the East Coast two Wednesday. lie was accompaniedby Bellows, of Chattanooga, Tenn;; all sensuous enjoyment, while his spirit given; by tho Jensen Sunday School on

''tera ago, and was so much pleased'th his wife and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miss Margaret L. Hunt of Nashville, ual nature links him with tho highest Christmas evening wan the best we have :
i this section of Florida< that he made Newell and daughter and C. B. Newell. Tenn.; and Miss Annie Bellows, of Dan- spiritual Intelligences and makes him over had. The tree was literally loaded For the winter month, a four-roomed

:Mother visit Mr. Newell says they came south owingto burgh, Ga. capable of communion with God. The down with presents and the exorcises cottage completely furnished, situatedon
-Mr. reading the ADVOCATE. They left development of this complex nature were appropriate and well tendered. The the minks of the Indian River (Hobo
[ C. U.
Stewart
F liter deputy-grand Wed- here for Cocoa: and Rockledge, Wednesday To Let, Furnished, soul, body and spirit In balance amtharmony entertainment was given In the Town Sound), commanding{ a beautiful view
came from Melbourne
up afternoon. : achieves God's will In him, and, hall which wa filled with our app'recl'atlvo of the ocean. Good 1 boating, fishing and
fay: and Lode byTltusl1 at the same time, his own highest hap pi.nelllJ. citizen and visitors, over llli persons hunting. For particulars, apply toW
:
Wr Masonic Wednesday. night, Manalapan Cottage; a most desirable Angels glorify: God as pure spirits being present. The former combination GOIIDON DROWN,
"' banquet which took place at the Beautiful Home Places. residence, situated most pleasantly be regenerated and renewed. Then glorify who managed the Sunday school Hobe Sound, Flo.

River hotel. tween ocean beach and Lake Worth; Him In body and spirit Therefore, aid l that we could not got up a creditable

-Yr. Henry M. Flagler, owner of the At Fort Pierce and North Ankona. contains 12 bedrooms, large dining room Christians, saintliness U'not ascetic crucifixion entertainment and tree; but Mon Snaps in Heal Estate, .
I j C. Railway and palatial hotels at Write for descriptive dlrculars. and reception hall, kitchen\ : and other of the bQdy, not the extinctiono day night' results ihow that Jensen I II -

: Augustine, Ormond, Palm Beach, C. T. McCABTV, Ankona, Fla. conveniences. Surf bathing and excel. Its! instincts and deserves, as though not dependent on a "chosen few" to Winter homes, Orange/ grove. I havea :
ml and lent fishing and hunting; ten miles from from the devil but their sub- make of given thing we
Nassau, passed through Ti.Jdie they came ; a success any few special bargain In Improved proper *
yesterday morning on a special Palm Beach and one mile from Hypo- ordination to reason, conscience and will may undertake tiel from Fort Pierce louthward
bound for Palm Beach. The houseCruiser, luxo across Lake Worth. Address enlightened and ruled Ly the laws of God.Man' Eden. Two young orange Groves, one
J. BROWN, AgentIlypoluxo Bin and folly Is In seeking lilt C1IUI6TMAB AT BTUAIIT. 625 tree, one fiOO; trees. Fine condition.
Fla.: mainly from the sensuous. or, Christmas ha come and gone The
Urevard
for happiness railroad In south of
at Rockledge, wants persons Along part
For Sale. Now children') heait have attain been made
the Intellectual side of his
will to the rivers at best, from Land suitable for grove at
one day or more; or go and the ha been shared by county.
and keys of the East Coast. Horses and Mules Now on Sale nature; and so has thrown his nature happy who, contributed joy to this laudable t5! to.V) per acre Write for platA, price
L Bone of balance with God. The result U tbfttte
and out and
list
Rocklwlgo.
Apply pamphlets.
wagon, complete. 2t S. STEARNS, of size
town on
alienated af work. We defy our
weakened understanding, any "
W. GORDON BROWN, a C T. McCAirry, P. O. Ankona, Fla
Hob Sound Fla. At the Magruder stables, Sanford, Fla. fectlomi and a rebel will. In the techni the Kant Coat or elsewhere to show a Railway station, North Ankona, Fla. t
ami lUce Barrels About fifty bead of homes mules and cal.language: of theology, this U the fall better record lu liberality. Thirty-six
Sugar
Empty ponies; all stock guaranteed as repre of man. But, having lost his connectionwith dollar were given largely by uur young aI A'0.hay'a t
Notice. sented. Prices reasonable. the true God, man inuit have Borne- men and bachelor It warms up abach' -SPECIAL SALES A
For sale. Address WALTER, A. MOORE, J. B. MAonuuEB, bales Agent, thing to take hit place; hence Idolarry' heart to help to brighten child\ DOlls 20-year, gold-filled 1 Elgin and Wai-

1 Call :- !Charleston S. C. Sanford, Fla. gods of his own-Invention*, creation life, and our lone men are a CI.11II to do tham watches, lady' or gents, $8.88 and
upon C. W. Crabb, Cocoa, and 30feb 8!:I George St., of lib Imagination and of his pat *lon credit to any community The only $12.4.1.: Catalogue/ free. E. U. Armstrong

r tt) those little I. O. U. accounts due A Bargain. The result of It all was a mental con!u. wonder 1* they have been so long able to 55: Bay itreet, Jacksonville, Fin .

J. D. CUABI, Agent. Cottage for Kent. lon and a moral deterioration that Oiled resist Cupid' dart. Well wo admire

Cocoa, on Indian River, the world with superstition, cruelty and the spirit of one who saki, "I do not For Halo.
at
For sale In thl condition Is noted want to marry till I get home In a
Fine Lunches. On of the most desirable cottages Melbourne on Florida, a tine residence, and the stands schoon on hopelessness.the need of redemption, the need of the little better shape" but lIlt! Bay to hima The most desirable property In the

1I'0Q need a good hop steak the East Coast located River at next' door; er-yacht Seminole.overlooking House Indlau River Incarnation of tho Son/ of God, the revelation capable wife I I. the best of helper In center of Kockledgo, on Barton avenue; i '
or any- Indian ,
overlooking the prominent point of God to making a home. Thortl I started out covered with
m of tho lost truth men, consisting of five acres
rlse the eating line do not fall, one story and large : ft river front; 2 blocks northof
Hotel Carleton; has 105 Christmas tree and have
to ; to write ,
call and the lost life of God In men. The up our thrifty orange trees, also two cottage
Augustine to to Orange, contains par. of town on ihell road .
FW go large attic; wide porches; main part Incarnation wan delayed through long drifted far away; 10 will say that the thereon. Apply to
and and two bed- contains 9 rooms
kCitLi place, near the bridge. rooms, all completely furnished,be usedas and bath, sewered to the river,wall and due,. to live without God might be our singers, young people and children\ After No,. ::40th, Rocklodge Fla.
and china. Attic can three sides, first class lea could not fail to
silver\ Saturday night,
Ing and he and all dependent with of 7i fully apparent, I
Solo bedroom also. 'B\tl1ls supplied boat house; about H acres ground; learn from the result of please old and young.
Launch
For hot and cold water. Artesian water In orange trees, 30 trees bearing M: boxes that lotolllKunces experiment that eieature happiness The children showed that their teacher Holiday or New Your.

ItS bath and on lawns. Range In kitchen. erf oranges last year In to God. had given them careful training, Their -
1.\ ltM188* running condition; a bar.lkl.T.n.soni Out-houSCS and cistern., For the season, Yacht U 50 feet on keel, 22 feet beam, U only fealty three distinct epoch In the song was a treat. We do not like to The old, well-known George Hughes.

beams t28tt overall} 32 *2 |4a0'; '*Ij feet ; Inches draft, months' lease given), $,0. 11)\) foot centerboard promenade deck gradually Mosdlc and ChiUllan. Ju these will risk giving offense to other by Baying recently purchased by Heflleyliro

4 s rse l'wer.palmier motor; speed, Apply to F. Robertson, Hotel Carle- around, cabined with 7 state rooms large ake, at sundry Limes and diver that the recitation by Mr. Mchroodurwa *., druggUt" and,chemists, graduate
'CQ IIIII s an hour;. baa large carry ton. Melbourne, Fla.; or to W.C. Barnes,, galley, closet, store rooms, refrigerator God *|> In deam in vUioo, In prophecy given In a mariner that showed rare of the New York College of 'l'liarmac'l
and I.I ,
parity. for passengers or freight; 1733 Q Street, W3l> gtoD, D. C. etc., and Is completely furnished, manners la the first: \In positive legal lu tltutlon talent In speaking. The choir under open the New Year with 1
belutII. aDd seated from stem to stern, the most convenient yacht In Florida and prophetic Interpretation In the leadership of Mr*. Charles Mcl'laer- complete stock. I

,4 bfcuahloncd. Fittings: anchor The San JUateo Cigar waters. Will sell residence yacht, etc., the second* l but all\ leading up to Him son, a* organist, Is hard to beat, yet It Tholr assortment of lluyler' Candy,

rCet fall,,complete an at a big bargain. I the end and meaning of them all. surpassed itself: Ibis time. A large tree Perfumery, etc., will please any ChiUt- .1.
and wlo *
!; pot particulars 'p rice' Florida Tobacco, Write for further particulars toO. The third epoch I II that of Christ and the i was tastefully decorated and well loaded, mae or New Year's oiutomer. Com
by
letter to All Pure M. IIrnof I continued on fourth ) and get acquainted.
MACIIATTIE'; East Coast Grown, 203 State street, Chicago, in. church: The Son of God become the ( page. tt t tp tI

Hobo Sound, Dade Co., Fla. No better made; try them. I







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2 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 29,. 1899.


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SEA ISLAND COTTON. Vtiilst.g Food. To Whom It May Concern.

A writer In the Kansas Farmer says: SEED POTATOES.Improved

vhuirEr General Colligation-Preparation of "No unvarying rule can be laid'down Notice l 18 hereby !n that the branch Fluti .

the Lint For Market.' as to the number of times food shouldbe pried heretofore operated by this Company at
There are considerable differences In Fort Pierce and Bcbftfttlnn, Fla.,under the man
supplied or as to the amount. Of aeement of Mr. A.1\(. Sample were clow on

the methods of cultivating sea island course until the young poultry have Ix-cember lit., and delivered to Mr. A. M.late Sample Rose *:l.OO per barrel. Special prices to large buyers. Write for
that on
them
cotton lands, and the South Carolina made a sufficient growth, to be allowedto who began operating on having test,
a5Ps bin own account. Any I"on or person
r station has the following to say about run about they must be fad early bllU against this Company on ac'ount of eitherof monials from largest potato planters in Florida
the above branch Fisheries. *will pleaftepresen
G ou them in a recent study' of the sea Is- and often, but after they can be givena lame for settlement at this office. Full line of fresh Garden and Field Seeds always in stock.s Write for price jJ

'' land cotton plant: free range less feeding I Is necessary, FLORIDA FISH & ICE COMPANY

l In some cases land Is planted continuously and the amount and the number of jan19 Jacksonville, Fla. L. CAMERON. Seedsman
YoIsrIIi5 times must be largely determined by ,
in sea Island cotton, and
the opportunity afforded for their receiving rX CIRCUIT c'ounr OF TIlE 8EVENTJtJudlf1al East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE
there are many tracts which have been JL Circuit of Florida, In and for JJre- 126, FL
) food. When there are plenty of
vard County In Chancery.
planted 22 or more years continuously scattered grain, bugs and Insects they n. W.Tuttlev T ,

In this crop. can pick up, not very much food Is required SForeclosure I of Mort- GEORGE MARX. JOHN
.I t In some Instances fallowing Is practiced over and above what they can Robert A. Hardee, i- gage Order.. IAnx.1VI.A.JB. .
Emma P. Hardee and
,I r i to the extent that land plantedone get In that way. They will keep healthier Joseph L.HlckBon 'J] BROS.Wholesale
sr
year-In cotton Is pastured by cat and thrive better If they 'are able To .To ell" t. Illckton,a non-resident. .
tle and sheep. Great benefit Is' saidto You are hereby required to appear,to the bill
to'pick up a good; part of their food in of complaint flied lIaln.t! you in the above Dealers In
f be derived from having the loose this way. When there is little they cause at the ClerV Ofliee of the Court I TltutvllJo .

r C 5T t i rI51nG soil packed by stock during the yearIt can find, more must be supplied. Floridaupon the GROCERIES .FRUIT AND PRODUCE

lies. fallow. Another advantage of "One of the best FIRST MONDAY\ IN FEBRUARY, A. D.., 1900, ..
ways-of utilizing
.
, t r'O' This order will be published with M little
this method is that the residue of
crop the klt hen's Is to feed it "
waste to delay M may )>e, once a week for four con ecn-
the previous year, especially the stems poultry, and one of the best ways of tl'-e weeks, In the INDIAN RivtK ADVOCATE, 131 and 13J East Hay Street and 0 and 8 Newnan Street,
DVOCATI and roots, la broken up and Incorporated published at TltnsTille, and posted and mailed,
feeding 16 to cook thoroughly. This is as required by law. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
more or less, with the soil, where especially the case ''with potato' and given at the Clerk's Office at Tltusville FlorIda .,,- ,
this 22nd day of Decewber,A. D.,'1899.
It undergoes those' changes 'which fit

It .for furnishing plant food to the apple parings.and, in fact The', all small kinds vegetables of vegetable (L. 8.) A.Clerk A. STEW Circuit ART Court., ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE dill

POOR HATCHES. next year's'crop.. :The advantages of thrown out because they are too slIa11to RonBiNft & GRAHAM, By O. A. Stewart, D. C. :

such a practice are by no means small Solicitors for Complainant. dec20jnn28
to an'
use advantage, the waste
when we take into consideration the We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pen
Win Important Qnentlon That b Doth pieces of meat, 'scraps of bread and line
also full of Grain
We and
a Hay
amount of residue left In TRE SEVENTH guaranteed genuine. carry Feed. We !
great crop the CIRCUIT COURT OF was
All Earnest all this class of material be mixed
eying I'oultryinen.To cultivation of island can IN Circuit of Florida in and Tor Bre- your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased
i= my desk Lave come many lettersIn a sea cotton crop. together,: and copked until soft, .and ,It yard County. In Chancery.

the last tew weeks nsklnjr, "Why do The sea Island cotton is planted anywhere makes one pf the very best foods for New Haven Banking Co., ") MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.
from the 20th of March to the (Incorporated.) I Foreclosure of Mort- We only Sell to Dealers,
.
eggs hatch so poorly? Having looked the poultry. A little care should be VS V Order.

Into the matter considerably, 1 ,am convinced 10th of April. The se; d makes Its appearance -. taken 'to have it clean. There Is, no Arthur-T. Feaster- I gage'

that all explanations so far..ad"yanced above the ground from 8 to possible advantage In feeding filth of Abble O. Feaster,et al. J .
12 days after planting, and from the To, Artbnr'T. Feaoter'and Abhle O. Fenster,
'
are mere guesswork. It Is any kind to fowls, but with a little non.rl' ldents of the State of Florida.

Quite easy to say "too fat" or "lack of second* week In April to the first weekIn care there Is no need of having- this, 'Yon are hereby 'required to1' appear at the
May the stand Is perfected.' By the /rierV oftlre of this Court at Tltusville. FlorIda John B Stetson. University I
kind of food :
exercise. How can this be proved? last of July the cultivation Is filthy.or unwboIesomel.Ky to the bill of complaint, filed agalnt" you
I have visited tunny yards have asked completed keeping a pot or vessel on the to\--l' In the above entitled cause, and you will appear
except ''to give one plow.Ing In August on or before the
.
at the farmhouse when going FFRJVT1 MONDAY IN FEBRUARY, A. D., M""
between the to kill
rows
: have looked Into country yards and grass fast as made they can be cookt'd'80tt ......
wrr"IIHft1 due otherwise -
bill in FLORIDA.
and keep the cotton growing.The and course; DELAND,
',' must testify to never having wu HO with'er)' little trouble, and, with a the same will bo taken as confessed.
i first blossoms appear about the little considerable amount of This order will be published once a week for
a
;' few young chicks as In this ,i>:unt cnre
second or third week In June the plantat four con f'cutlvt.'l'I'Ckll, with as little delay as
I i spring. Some breeders of so' called food that would otherwise be wasted may bo. in the INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, pub ,

; t:.; fancy fowls, both largo/ and ''small this time being about 15 Inches high. may be secured." lislied at Tlln vllle, Klorida, and posted and .. v 1"."' .1't :."'.'.''-"nr .'p1''h'-'' .
The bolls open toward the close of August mailed, as required by law. r ,' ..', \. .. /' ,:f,' EiiiAQETK'j1Rlt'! \
: breeds, report poor MUVCVRH. In some Given at the Clerk's Office at Tltusvlll, Florida .'\ ,' ', .. .
.>, cases Leghorns have done but little when the plants have reached a rhenmatisrn/Chamber- thU 22nd day of December A. I)., I'flffl.! 'k.- .J" .: 'f;, .>!' ." "'' '" t
I'I'f IJ
height of four to five feet From the As a cure o AA.I'oTEWART, i ; :":'. :''-:' :
f better than Asiatics and the farm '(I I.. S.) Clerk Circuit Court. ". ; ', -"' ." .. ,,.:.
last week of August' the second lain's Pain Balm is gaining a wide repu- : ' ; '
O. A. Stewart, J>, r. .
ROBBIES GRAHAM, By ', !
fowls but little better' than either one.One ". /.1 "" .
T #: tation. D. B. Johnson of Wj;
j Richmond [ ,
week of September the 'picking com Solicitors for Comp'ainant. dec2njari20< f.t < \
t T former reports seven chicks from Ind. has been troubled with that ailment .
the middle J i ;
mences. By of Decemberthe ; .,
I,' 00 eggs; another" In Riune (locality.- Is There undo 1802. In speaking of it he says: ......... .... ,
gathered. marked
Is
/ ": from 100 eggs. Both lots of fowls hake crop no "I never found anything that would relieve Blaster's Sale., "
difference In..tllI period of growth ""
n ; the run of the farm. Another, from me until I used Chamberlain's Pain

the cold upper counties of this state. of uplands and sea Island cotton. Balm. It acts like magic: with me, My NlFR AND BY VIRTUE OF A'DECREE i r

After the cotton bus been picked it foot was swollen and paining' me very U of foreclosure and sale entered in the Cir-
Vir reports good success.While
! have Is next exposed to the sun on what Is much, but one good application of Pain cult Court for Brevard County, Florida
the fancier may taken ascertain therein depending, wherein
better than and overfed called "an arbor." This ,Is nothing Balm relieved me." For sale by all Helen Watton.cause et al are complaints and William ,

j care necessary move than a platform raised a few feet druggists and medicine dealers. ] H. }f. nieason, et at.; are defendants, I will
l this will not apply to// the out all the soil at public auction to the highest and best
above the
ground. By this to ,
time farm fowl. One man reports exposure bidder for cash, on the
&
the sun the'cottOQ Is dried out and In Removing Gren.e> From Table. FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY; A. D. 1000! ,
i having bought eggs tram throw; parties For Both Sexes. This Scholastic Year
, this way prevented from heatlug, Even'the'1'' most careful servants" are In front of the Court House Door in Titusvllle, Bega
e located In different sections of the which It Is liable ; during the I"I/al/: house of sale, the following
to do when stored In liable well
chicks to upset grease on, a keptkltchl'o' real situated in Brevard Coun
country.and obtained only throa described estate 'October 3rd. Seed for Catalogue
:'' bulk It is also thought by some that table, and when an accident of ty, 1o'11I1'1dlt.wlt I' ,
.
{ remainder.
lot from
from
I' one none of Section 20, 27,
this causes the lint to absorb o'curs All of he I N E / Township
process kind than
the
something, more
} t,1I, There is some good reason for all this South Range!:: 37 East, Excepting< H.47 acres now
: localities and some of the oil of the seed and that soap and water Is necessary to remove owned by Win. Treutler in the Northnast corner College, Academic Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodionj
of In all'
: under infertility'so many eggs conditions., Surely too the silky luster of the fiber. Is Increased the grease from the 'wood. ,Mix a tablespoonful of page said 872.tract, describ a D.L.in heed QAULDEN Bonk "Y", at Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc., !nl

t thereby.. ) of soft four ,
Master-
: much food or lack of exercise will not soap ounces Special curing perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 2J
After this process the cotton may be of fuller's'' earth and tour ounces of ,
1'
:<; answer for all these cases. I called stored or sent at once to the \whlpper.. pearl ash and )a'dd fi pint boiling wa- r trained and experienced,teachers., Send for Catalogue containing full information!
recently on a ver'y. extensive breeder of Order of; Publication. ;
[ ,1'fl :
pigeons, who confines his stock and This Is a machine l which rids the cot- ter. Cover\ the "stain and'let It remain Address. ,J. F, :!FORBES, President.

t ton of: dust and sand and leaves the until the following day when, the table
I beeps a constant supply of, food in COURT'OF THE SEVENTH
, I cotton white and more open. After this should'be scrubbed with hot water,. to INCIRCUIT
: Ills fat in and for lIrevard Coun
,. their feed boxes. birds are as
, '. as pigeons, can be, and be has had the cotton is sent to the'gin. For detaching which a piece: of soda has beeo'added,- ty. In ChancerY .0 :s: ..A. S :IB Li:: TT cSc: CO. .

the lint from the'seed the roll- and soft soap and silver sand. Rinse;) ,Frank E. Heath and Ehrlck K.' .
good success in producing young. lldasiter, Executors of the -, DEALERS IN
as -
er gin In form has been ;, clean '
some always the table'thoroughly with' horwater
f '''While believe that fat ? }istateof John.Heath, deceased -
I
an excess of ''
used., After gluning, the lint'Is'packed and when If Is dry'alltrace'', if., .,. Pl.ne: 'VVI.n.es: :: an'd' ''Ll.Q.uors:
will retard egg'production, I question -V S- Foreclosure ,
. ,bagging\ in round bales. the stain should have disappeared. f .
r t very much the right to blame the !infertility Charles C. Converse and Mary 417, & 419 W.,Bay St.,
: Presses are not used with sea Island J. Converse, his wife, and the
I.' '' of. so large a percentage of all cotton,, as It Is thought'they would injure Florida Hardware' Company, a JACKSONVILLE, ". FLA.MONONGOIIELA .

eggs on this one condition.. In many the fiber. The cottoo'is either' My son has been troubled for years corporatlpn,, t
I got cimiles.Ci; and J. Converse
To Converse Mary
l' sections duck have failed to re Sometime
eggs with chronic diarrhoea. ago I
,
In the handJeatlng'\
bag it into
by the theClerk's
ordered that at
It Is hereby you appear
: '
turn their usual of duck him to take of Cham M
percentage persuaded some
Florida, the bill
Titusvllle to
bag with a pestle or by,a mechanical Office, at
I' lings. 'Can this be laid! to the oft quot- berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea of'complaint entered against you in the above .
device. gin
At
perhaps the largest Kemndy. After,using two bottles of.the entitled cause, upon the .
u"a ed causes? If thvgfes I proved to be !
bad, we might conclude the germ was house in the sea/ island region 'this 25-cent; size he was cured. I give this FIRST MONDAY IN'FEBRUARY: A. D, 1900, Eye Whiskey

i lk work Is accomplished by suspendingthe testimonial, hoping some one similarly and answer said bill in due course, otherwise the ,
destroyed In some way that could be same will be taken against you as confessed, i
bag from an iron hoop and by afflicted 'road It and be benefitted.
' accounted for, \but when' entirely de may and further,thU this order be published with as Delivered to
forcing the cotton Into, the bag by, THOMAS C. BOWER, Glencoe, O. For little delay ns may lie in the INDIAN RIVERAD-
t void of life ve'must consider the total means,of a disk of wood exactly filling sale by all druggists and 'medlc ne deal- VOCATE, published at Tltusville. Florida, once ANY PART OF THE STATE FOR
infertility question. This Is one of each week.tor eight consecutive weeks. 1aio .
the bag and moved by steam. The ers Done by order at the Clerk's Office, at Titus ...320...
considerable consequence, as ,It brings cotton is now ready for market. The vine, this the 12th day of December A. D. 181)9
each an extensive loss In many ways, seed Spoiled In Tr u.lt. A. A. STlW!: ART, 'li'' I PER GALLON, EXPRESS PREPAID
i nrq usually employed for fertilizing "I wonder," said Cholly as they .Clerk of the Circuit Com t..
the of value of thousand ,
loss
i many purposes, and when sold for 'that By 0..A. STEWART C.Master's .
eggs destroyed by Incubation, the loss this drove along the boull'ynrd""why Miami Rye, $4, per gallon.
purpose they bring from 25 to 35 "
of time devoted to their attention and or" thing in front of us Is called a T cart? ; r' Gibson Rye, $4: per gallon.
cents even less bushel of 40 Sale.UNDER .
per '
the not to be despised loss of time use 'Perhaps, suggested :Miss Flyppe ,. Lewis 'CO.Rye, $4. per gallon. ,

;: lessly devoted to them by the broody pounds. r "it is \because" is Just ahead ot''U: Rye and Corn $1.50 to $2.50 per gallon: !
r AND B? VIRTUE OF'A DECREE Mount Vernon 1892! $5 gallon I
\e; In Which struck Cholly as being ,60 Rye per
hens. We know that localities
many
A late thing is to ,ba ve' tailor"made and sale entered in the Cir
i clever that he undertook to reproduceit
Y the clear eggs tested from the Incuba-' cult Court for Brevard Co. Fla..in a certain
t dresses of bilk, the silk' used beingofthe at the cluh thai evening. cause therein depending,wherein John L. SturkIs .
tors be sold at moderate but ,
prices,
r can soft, dull kind or faille.' the complainant, and W.-H.H.Oleasonetal FOR 3.2'0..1.
after allowing for all this the total loss "I awaked her, he proceeded after are the defendants. I will sell at public auctionto $

1' in the attempt to hatch chicks from giving the preliminaries, "why that the highest and best bidder for cash, duringthe '

t. '' Infertile eggs is enormous and no ad POINTING THC WAY. thing in front of us was 'called a '1' FIRST legal! MONDAY'hours of sale' IN, on JANUARY the A, D. 19uO, Sent to us by' Express, poatoffice order or New York Exchange, we aril

When a brave admiral In time cart, and she said It was because It send by Express CHARGES PREPAID
vanco seems to be made toward a war goes In front of the' Court House door, Titnsvllle, you ,
remedy, into an enemy's harbor he knows that was Just ahead of me., Haw, Jove, Florida, the following/ described real estate,

l of for i the life of every though, I eawu't make it sound the war situated in Brevard County, Florida, to-wit: FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
Some shippers eggs hatching I the Section line be-
; CommtY:101//: At a post'on
, make it a rule to duplicate the shipment man in the fleetdepends it did when she got it off, don't you tween Sections 8 and ', in Township 27, South

upon' know"Chicago: J'ost.. Ranice37East,3M: chasms south of the quarter the'Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
provided the nonproductive eggs his skill and section post; from thence run North 680 East!:
are returned to them. This, I presume, 4.24chalns, thence North 0 West CO links,
courage. It is r- North 74 decrees and 30 minutes, East!:
thence
.. Calhoun
la to prevent fraud. In such cases I a tremendous responsibility 3.80 chains to Indian River, thence southerly Pure Rye Whiske;

t have but one rule. If the eggs are '. ; and DO YOU GET UP along the river to the Nortl east comer of land
owned Mrs. Bessie Snell,
t hatching well at home, I know it Is not yet he cannot feel it now, or formerly by
South 72 degrees and 80 l seconds, West 1
thence
; We In PLAIN avoid l all CO
shin PACKAGES wilt
my fault if they do .badly elsewhere, \\ any more deeply and WITH A LAME BACK ? 13.00 chains thence North 220, M'est 70 Units, ment.) When you pet It and test it ,if no It mark 18 not to Satisfactory Indicate content, return(which It at OUR E1'E15E; III
I foul conscientious thence South 680, West 3.41 chains to the sec- retunded. tbs made1
but when nonproductive in my hands l North said section line 3.67 your[ $3,20 will be cheerfully This Whiskey Is as !rood 88 any yv.nv gooclsln I
tlon lino,thence on 'bar
physician "e ,
feels his we are close! at hand and can give you QUICKER DELIVERY than distant houses
X without hesitation. At the the of be nnlnlt. Said tract of
duplicate chains to point '' to our I*
responsibility for the lives kidney 'Trouble "Makes' You Miserable. land being situated in Lota 1 and 2 of Section 9, fONSIBIUTV?ef5ol'Jr.iliiS8lnthl9l'ltXan'fttthe8aiue8ta'lc'for! : over 15 YEARS, and as bere, or i
4 same time I do not consider that the AND REPUTATION honest merchant
dealing,we refer you to any
of those who are depend Township 27, South Range! 57 East,and contain- the editor of tblsl'alrer.
purchaser has any right even to expect his and fug T.11.acres more or less.
ent skill \
4 duplicate sittings "un E'r'any condition upon professional care Almost everybody!) read; the newspapers Also IoOtlil and 2 of Section 27, Township 27, SOLOMON & LEVI,
lIe feels that his duty demands more Is sure to know of the wonderfulcures South Range 37 East, containing/ M.SJ acres, except
unless the eggs are warranted to hatch. than a mere routine stereotyped interestin made by -Dr. 7 acres off the north end of loOt 1, and 15 1028 & 1030 First Avenue,

The vital point*is how to know that his patients; he feels that his work is -r Ill Kilmer's: Swamp-Root, acres sold containing oft the south 34.50 end acres.of Lot 2;the tract to be P. 0. Box No.. 33 BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

the eggs are Infertile before either a serious matter: that it is often a question J | ,the great kidney, liver D. L, OAULDEN. )!I
EXI'RESSCO!
Bending 'them to customers or trying of life and death, and bladder Special Master NOTICE I-We pay Express Chares! points reached by"SOUTHERN wile
remedy "
j PANY, but lines point "t
1j to points on of other Expresa Companies. we prepay only I to
L J' to hatch chicks from them at home; "You have my many heart-felt thinki" for t' ; It is the great medI- Southern Express!: Company transfers to said other Express Company, _____ '
advice In tickne
kindly to me write
also bow to prevent or remedy the con your Mr*. Clans Nelson, of Pico tny Heights., Los Ang e. cal triumph of the nineteenth Administrator's Notice. =---

dition when it exIsts The solution of lea, Cal, Box: ji in a cordial letter to Dr. R. V, century; discovered -- '
Iien; !, of Buffalo. N. Y "Also for book -
your after
of
l ? this problem will be of far more value which I received two yean ago and which I 1 i years A LI4FERSONSHAVING CLAIMS AGAINST H. A. HODGES.
to us all than any experiments that could a da without. It is all the Doctur I I scientific research by t], the estate of W. C. Romartlate of Brevard ...
r have hats[ alnce I !lot it. I had female trouble -1 Dr. Khmer the eminent County Florida, ] hereby no- ;Manufacturer of
can be made as to the feeding of fowls and lr. Pierce' Favorite Prescription, together kidney and blad- Iftcd to present them to the undersigned, properly -

II for best results, and all must admit its with the advice given in hla book cured me of ., der authenticated, within the time prescrilwdij .Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
specIalist, and Is ..
five years' klckneaa. I thought my daya would law, or thla notice will lie pleaded In bar of
r vast importance. i not be long, but your kindneiM and medicine wonderfully successful promptly curing recovery. And all persons owing said estate i rau!
]We know by experience that birds i would not let me die" lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou are hereby required to make immediate pay.uieut ROUGH AND DRESSED, .. Orange PCX Heads Fruit and Vegetable I

and pigeons of all kinds, also animals, For more than thirty years Dr Pierce bles and Bright's Disease which Is the worst to n e.Thllilith .day of December.A.D., 1899. Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or bui11iO't

positively refuse the attention of the has occupied a grand and most unique form of kidney trouble JOSEPH. BROWN. any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills oca'D

male except when desirous of repro- position for benefiting his fellow beings : Dr.. Kilmer s Swamp-Root is not rec Sheriff and as Kx Officio at Buffalo Bluff, near l'alatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered
As chief consulting of the Administrator of the FnUte of said Deceased. of the East Coast. Buffalo plus, Fa>
physician ommended everything but if you have kid part Address: II A. HODGES,
the
duction. Might not this be case to SdecOfeb: I
' great Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found .--
a greater or less extent with, our fowls, of Buffalo. Almost couutlro thousands Just the remedy you need. It has been testedin --

instinct teaching them that the back have sought his services and ad.. so many ways in hospital work,in private Notice. I

ward spring was not for the best interests vice both in person and by letter. practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase that ESTABLISHED 1880.

of the chick, the same Influence retardIng He is one of the best men in the relief and has proved so ineveryeasethat 1s hereby given on the 21at day

the supply of broody liens world," said the late President Garfield, a special) arrangement has NOTICE, A, D. liXK will or as lOOn thereafter as I :
can be heard, I apply to his Honor D. L. Bond Lumber Co.
I The whole question Is one deserving 11 and he is at the head of one of the best been made by which all readers of this paper Qaulden, County Judce of Brevard County, for ,

the consideration of scientific men, for medical institutions in the world." Dr. who have not already tried It, may have a a final settlement of my tccnunu and approval
? Pierce'a great thousand-page illustrated bottle free mall of m y distribution of the assets of the Estate of
sent also booktellln&
by
sample
: a
in 1U solution would be saved ia"ch and for Manufacturers
Common B. C. Smith deceased, my discharge of and Dealers in
Sense Medical Ad viser
ia sent about and how
more Swamp-Root to from the administratorship of said estate.
vast of wasted
time trouble and
sums
free for at: one-cent stamps to pay the find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble W.I. ALLEN. *

t money-T. .', McGrew In Oc .1Dtry; bare cost of mailing, or for handsomedollibound When writing mention reading this generous Jensen,Fla 8th 1S09.llobbnii Administrator. LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEII

Gentleman.. copy 31 stamps He makes offer in this taper and fZ&Lsend l & Graham, AU'ys for Administrator.tnrr ,
t DO charge for consultation by mail; he --iw1 u *
address to ,. Orange
beep Shrarln Alaehi.e.. only requests that sufferers "ilstato Dr. Khmer your &Co.,Blnghamton Ii4 I .,, "TED--\IOII..t man woman to travel Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed

It la said that next year will eeo at' their cases to him fully and inperfect N, Y. The \V for large house; salary $65 monthly andexpetuaswtth and Vegetable Crates. We:solicit correspondence.Saw 4

least 100 sheep shearing machine' eta- confidence. Address Dr R. V. regular fifty cent and uon, eaw.mp.zn } enclose self-addressed Increase, stamped position permanent Planing and Shingle: Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T & K. w. K'y. rard'

lions west of the Mississippi river. Pierce, 66j Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.. dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists )MANAGER 330 Caxton DeLand and Titusville.ti..i.




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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 29, 1899 e 3

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Professi nal' Oards. FILTER YOUR WATERAND -- Women 11..1111'th... I.Int. Ii//C"

::::=:;- We Carry on Hand ,
WA.LTERS.OURUf. MiY The prollort Inn of women among crntennrliun -
0101011I KOBBDW.. I.I.HU fflRi'S 1M| twice Hint }fg
nearly of
L S & GRAHAM, AVOID DANGER men. 4 the finest stock to be obtained and are prepared to i
:ROD A group of people cited by one of the

AT LAW ......... ... ...... .. .... .. _.,_._-.n.__-.__._ _-_-_-_.n. _. most careful and least/ credulous of the execute all orders promptly. We only solicit the ,
ATTORNEYS- 1 1
business!
of dealers.

OrrICE HOURS:-oomp10mto 12 a. m.TtTVsvILLE ., No Store, Hotel, Boarding House or ResIdence The ktagdomns:; In desolation. The subject numerous shows author Hint of out works of Cft parsons(on the t I}

and 2 young king since ho had lost' his wife who were 100 years old and upward APPLES, POTATOES, CABBAGE, ONIONS, '

Brevard Co., FLORIDA. should be without the Anti- gave no attention to the affairs of there were 43 women and :U3! men. In TURNIPS, BEETS, BEANS, PEAS, PEANUTS, ::1

r.o.Box practice!108.wpl la all the t'onrts-et&te and fed Germ Water Filter; state, but vpout his days and nights London the last census showed 21 con' e 0 blUED FRUITS, RAISINS, CANDY, NUTS, etc.Ho g'
weeping before a portrait of the dear tenartfln. 5 men to Itt women. The

eves.BRrjandtltleeaiee t for examining and perfect one. This portrait( was the work of fact that nearly all the centenarians / f i!' G sure to let us make you up an assortment of ::, :

his own hand. lIe had learned to paint were poor seems to prove that the rich RU ; penny candles for your Xmas and New Year ,

OAULDEtf for the express purpose of executing It. are at some disadvantage In the matter lo trade. We have the most complete and best assorted 'IJ:
L. ,
of long life. Of the female cen stock to bo selected from. Let have '
D J One day he flew Into a towering rage us
tenarlans !It be said that tho
may verynature
ATTORNEY AT-LAW, .rWater and threatened to kill one of his chaiurberlalns of their your holiday orders early so as to avoid the rush
occupation protect .
Will practice and the.United' to ees Courts Stat who had dared to hint that It them by keeping them so much In the ICIiSOHYtIIC O,______ ___ 1

ot Florida, would bo well for him to think of house where ,
marrying they are shielded from
1.U Box,235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. / We are In the best possible position to handle your .
r
i
adverse Influence of
atmospheric -t
,
Money to Loan. 1 s consignments and solicit thereguaranteeingfor
I "Monster!" cried the Inconsolable changes and accidental causes of -"air .
1,1'I' \ -= the same our prompt personal attention.
widower. "No woman will ever neat death, to which so many men are sub-

M. GOLDSMITH, ,. .\ herself upon .my throne unll.'lUJ'sht' N ject. '.

:, jjJ ''IJ; ij, In every particular)Ike the wife I have ,.,... ,----Mk.>_ .- ES''OlHENCE INVlTKD.
,. Women. Can't Mold Office.The STENCILS FUUNISHEU. ai
A I-TOKNEY-AT-LAW, ,"," 'ill"' m lost.! -"
supreme court of Michigan has
And well bo knew that in saying thN
being clear and sparkling is no entered 'a judgment of ouster against \
FLORIDA. he risked nothing. As she still livedIn
TITUSVILLE, proof It is pu:.. Well or cistern water Mrs. Merrle II. Abbott prosecuting at- McCOMB & CO
her frame of gold-dcnd, alas I-the
that is full of typhoid fever and malarial torney of Ogemaw county thus bold-

; WEBB, germs may be perfectly clear. queen was so perfectly beautiful that Ing that a woman Is Ineligible to hold I .',h
F.J. Is your drinking or cooking water search the world over, her equal could elective office In Michigan unless the '
muddy or cloudy ? Readily cleanse It not be found.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, statutes or constitution expressly stip- Bermuda Cuban and SouthernGrowers'
from all earth, sand, Insects or slime, She was a brunette with long glis- ,
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th Is the water you use bad smelling or tening hair flowing down like liquid ulates that sbe may do so. The decisionIs .

Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand tasting ? Is it too much trouble to clean ebony, forehead a little high and of an Indorsement of Judge Cooley's .
rents and accounts collected. out the cistern or well as of'ten as shouldbe rich Ivory tint and black proposition that when the law Is silent
deep
eyes as
? Is the from house stableor respecting qualifications to office It
drainage
,
TrrcsviLLE!:, PROUTOA. night and lips parted In a smile which and
privy dangerously near your water, displayed all her teeth. 'must be understood that electors areeligible Shippers' Agents
supply, so as"to make you anxious ? but no others. In a dissenting ,,
D. PENNEY, Have you had typhoid or malaria in your Many months slipped away more opinion Justice Moore says that the ,

A. family lately and realized that the water than a year, without bringing any great weight of authority sustains the ,
used be change for the better In the sad state
may responsible for it ? Then 'I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW conclusion that In the case of such silence -
get a LITTLE BROWN JUG FILTER of affairs. on the part of the constitutionand 'VCTctslalxietozx: ; St.; NowYorl .

TlTCSVILLE, ,.' FLORIDA. at its low popular price, and you are Once: however-It was nt the hour laws the ,f
people; may elect whom ,
safe. It will remove Impurities. when the dawn paints the windows ;
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th S3T"Thcy are very cheap, and will with rose and blue-he tuned toward they will If the person elected Is com- $ <:Commercial Agencies or any reliable house. In New York 11
petent to discharge(' duties of theomCe.WOUlI1U'S
Judicial Circuit. last a life-time. When writing for in the window listening to thf pong of a l''

formation please Inclose stamp. All or- passerby a song airy and fresh pretty Tribune. ESTABLISHED 1870.
ders must be accompanied\ by cash.
and clear .be thrill
ANDREWS, as of a lark.
1 JAMES For full particulars, apply to the agent, lie stepped forward nstonlslied. Conundrum Snlnd.
Among the \urlous ways In which
ATTORNEYATLAW.Main CLAUDE WALTON Titusville Fla. pressed his forehead against the glass
the new woman tries to surprise her
office and P. O., TIBBALS, FLA. and looked; out. A cry of delight almost luncheon guests Good Housekeeping M. Lane & Son '
Office open at Ft. Pierce on end and 4th escaped him. -
Fridays of each month. The Largest and Most Corn- tells of this original feature: Each ,
lie had never In his life seen anything
Will practice in all the courts of the Establishment guest drew from among the salad
\Si plete South.iG
charming that little
>, so as shepherdess -
7th Judicial Circuit. leaves with which she was served a' 252: WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
O. S HACKER & SON meadow. leading her flock to the difficult conundrum. Passed from) ,

1 hand to hand around the table, with a
CTEPHEN E. FOSTER, She was a blond her hair so golden '
small book and n pencil each guest Southern Fruit
that It seemed to lend new brightnessto under her name transcribed her an- and Produce

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the sunshine rather than to .borrow conundrum.
swer to. the At the close
Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner, Building, luster from It. she who guessed the greatest number

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. She had a forehead a little low and of answers received a small prize.A Commissiori erohants:
pink as a rose luminous eyes bright '. .

I as the morning and a smiling mouth New Vie For Snlnd HaiketB. PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY. Stencils, Cards, and our quotations furnished on ,
.
MICIIELSON
A.M. so small that even when her lips part The French ladles of Paris ore now .


ed as she sang they revealed only five making paper baskets: workbaskets application :

ATTORNEY'.and or six little pearls. and bonbon baskets of tho ordinary H

COUNSELLORATLAWCriminal. ; The next day, In admiring the portrait wire basket used for drying the salad.
... the, king received painful sur I
+
Law w..a. .. One Bees this basket In every French
a Specialty.
prise. menage and In many an English one. I- A
JACKSONVILLE, ,- FLORIDA. He thought a moment and said to They are decorated by threading rib- t' i

MANUFACTURERS Or! himself: "This Is very strange. It must bons of different colors In and out the f !

W. ALLEN, be that the ball Is damp and that the wires. Then a ribbon Is wound round .'

GEORGE Doors, Sash Blinds air we breathe Is not good for paintings the handle fastened on one side by a \T' ,,
,
for I remember that
perfectly
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, large knot or rosette. The advantages -
my queen's hair was not so dark us It of these baskets when finishedare r,
KEY WEST!: FLORIDA.Will Moulding & r p4 .
Building Material looks now. No sur ly. It was not that they are made cheaply they Pf q itr

practice in the United Statesand black, like liquid ebony. It shone here are light they are strong, and they .

State Courts. OjunOST Office & Warerooms. King, opposite and there'with the tints 'of the morn- look bright and pretty.A8UIIEGUICE .

Cannon StreetCharleston Ing, not of the night l 1%...... .
lIe called' for his brushes and palette :tci! 'l.T, '
0. 1
FRIES C. E..
1 J. : S. C. and hurriedly corrected the portrait FOR CUOUP.Twentyfive I\\ tat n t ''i

whleh'had'been the .
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land so Injured by r .
Sash dampness. "There! Behold now the a r 1
Weights Cord andy :
legally surveyed and sub-divided. Ycnrs's Constant
.
golden hair which 1 loved BO desperately ._ _
Mapping neatly done.: Estimates for Hardware ,; which I will always bye!" Uso without a Failure -"- '-- .

all kinds of engineering works. Disputed Three days later be was compelled to -
The first Indication of !Is hoarseness .IR
lines croup :;:;;::
a that the had
specialty. acknowledge picture <
Window and Fancy Glass and In a child subject to that dis- -'
TrrusviLLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDAnOUGUTON'S again suffered great deterioration. ease it may be taken us a sure sign of tho 4..,. '." rI4 n' 1
A SPECIALTY. Why was that forehead !like amber approach of an attack Following this

-- Ivory' BO high He had a good memory hoarseness Is a peculiar tough cough. If The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate,
'Dlt. thanks to God. lIe was sure that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is given /
of who has been In the Infirmary for three
CURADwi6h vegeNw. seventy years age, years,
Ho-I1If'dle the queen had a low' brow rosy and as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or
OROp, Hay.ourtd
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon trmany thousand CMMrallttdhopalefM. fresh as the wild rose. With a few even after tho croupy cough appears, It a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab :

Uys attaitxt two-thirrlnof all xymptoms.reraorHi Intel' strokes of his brush he brought the will prevent the attack. It is used In ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he Is
thousands of homes In this broad
the (Dentos) IWtiiionlalHmillTXlf: truHtmentfre many
golden hair lower and tinted the browu
DR. H. H. GRAB'S! 59"!!. HOT R. Atlanta O. land and never disappoints the anxious never without them. He Is willing that hIs name should be used in j
Now AT PALM BEACH.pR. !: a clear pink, and bis. heart was full of mothers. We have yet to learn of a singe
Choice an Infinite tenderness as be gazed upon( Instance in which It has not proved a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other person ;

the picture thus restored. effectual. No preparation can show such to try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution,
Wines
0. H. PEETE; ,Liquors But the day following matters were record- constant 1
I b T a twenty-five years' use
of has had liver trouble for and
failure. For sale all eighty-four years age, many years f
and Cigars.Guaranteed.Pure. still worse, It was evident that the without a by druggists
EYE,EAR, NOSE and THROAT. eyes and mouth of the pictured face and medicine dealers. finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two i

508 Cherry Street, Sold at reduced bad been changed by some accident or nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer ,
some mysterious power. Does It Pay To liny Cheap.A .
MACON, GA prlce His darling had never had those dark from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerv

Imported eyes, black as the night nor that cheap remedy for coughs and coldsis ousness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they f

McL. Tokay: Wine, mouth, which opened so as to show all right, but you want something that
DANCY D. L.
WM. D. have in their The matron also states
from will relieve and cure the more severe and always a package pockets. }
Italy. nearly all of her teeth. No! On the contrary .
dangerous results of throat and lung that she is forty-five of and at times suffers with Indigestion .
the blue of the morning sky years age
Graduate of Philadelphia College of John B. trouble. What shall you do? Go to a ,
Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations Togni, could not equal the azure of the eyes warmer and more regular climate? Yes, causing pain aDd paroxysms of belching, and finds' that_ the

promised. Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay St. which sweetly looked upon her love if possible; if not possible for you, thenIn Tabules indeed and is willing to have her
Hazeltine Block, corner Bay and as to her mouth, It was so small either case take the only remedy ,that are very good perfectly

and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.| JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. that even when opened to sing or for a has been Introduced, In all civilized countries name used in a testimonIaL t
__ _
Wholesale and Retalt....... 'n disclosed L few' little with success in severe throat and ...
KISS u onlY a pearls.For WANTED r-A_W M.... .. ... .
an instant be could have destroyed lung troubles, "lioscheo's German Syrup =-IW.-. -t.'C.r.i-: table.1TAlIiwla.NL..MI: a -t&: :

R OBERT McCARREL, and cast at his feet the lying ." It not only heals and stimulates .-.C-U$*.Ut....-m .:..- wiw< rr.z'....... ..... .,
the tissues to destroy tho license
germ ,
Image, but a second thought controlled
VirginiaHomesYou but allays Inflammation, causes easy ox.pectoratlon .
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, him and be grew calm again as ho re gives a good night's rest ,
--- --- -- ------ ------ --
flected that the Injury could be re- ,
Churches and the patient. Try O.VK bottle
specialty. Steam stone. << works cures Remember that tho INDIAN RIVKB:
paired. Recommended many years all druggists ADVOCATE: does all kinds of job printing --
CONCORD AND PRITCIIARD ST8.:, learn all about Virginia Lands, Instantly he set himself earnestly at In the world. Sample:! bottles at J. at short notice Send them an order s :

CHARLESTON, So.CA. its resources, products, mode of cultivation his task. His brush was guided by hit P, Cooper's drug store, Cocoa, and Fred and be convinced that it Is tbe place to

:::::- prices, etc., by reading the faithful memories and a few hours S. Chaffoc's drug store, Tltusvlllo, Fla. have job printing done. I :
-- -.--- Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. later there smiled from tbo canvas a fHlI JI'8

FREECONSULTATION for 3 months subscription to the young girl .with eyes as blue as the distant t luu. Howard $100. GOLD I Ilsof no value when> health (Is
sky and a mouth so small that ItIt In danger What's of more value t
Farmer Co., Emporia, Vg.DPIU had been a flower It would hardly The readers of this paper will be I'ratt's up-to-date tablets will break upa tE ;
pleased to learn that there Is at least one cold In and for lt D
have held three drops of dew. one day, constipation

with our home treatment. .' We are and Wlauk.y it uoDif without Iblttturml The king looked upon his work f In a dreaded disease that science has been and biliousness and all malarial troubles, I Ittl j
M able to cure In all its stages, and that Is pow pnyingcrops! "')MO." they're
1
It has mall for 21'JC,
pain Book of rayticuLrs painful ecstasy' "It !Is she! Ah. It Is > no equal. Ily prepaid
physicians Is the .
and you get tho benefitof tent t PEE Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure I'ratt Medicine Co. Station 1) Chicago nod iilwuyg ll bat For ]
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our experience. No matter what ... JlIHI .. It WUOLltT CO. really she! be breathed. only positive cure known to the medical 111. Send for sample. ..tj. vi "illie*. 104 North I'rrnr Hi And. quite naturally be bad no objection fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional ilck /to .....'T.* MmxU land proper, f

your trouble Is, how simple or how ,..,.-"..-.. IIII! to offer when one day the cham disease, requires a constitutional 1' 11KXI) Hood Annual frwi. Writ fur Ii.a I 'j
hopeless, we can do you good, andif Where Quinine h Good. berlain who bad taken observations treatment, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken ISO YEARS'EXPERIENCE
D. U EMY & CO.. Detroit Mich.WANTKD .
we,can't we will honestly tell you Dr. CrosHe. In an article In The Lan- through the keyhole advised him to Internally, acting directly upon the .. !
*. Thousands tired sick take for his wife little blood and mucous surfaces the system, :, ,
of a shepherdess
weary, vt on 1-lackwater fever Incidentallytails the foundation of .:'. : ---- _. .. -.. ---1
thereby destroying --- ---
and hopeless have been It Is not who passed the palace every morning
people entirely attention to the fact that the' disease and giving tho patient
and permanently cured by wise for those who have an Idlosyn- singing a song. strength by building up the constitution j SEVERAL 1'EIIBONS)!;' FOrt P15-
Maiiugeri 4n this stale to rt|>-
rosy against quinine or who suffer Surely why not? For she resembled and assisting nature In doing Its work resent tae In their, own allli *urrouo COMPOUND :rom even slight albumlnurla to go to in every 1llrtlcular-except that she The proprietors Lave up much faith la .. Willing to pay yearly' tuiu, psy.bleweekly.
He believes that was perhaps a little prettier the por Its curative that they offer One lIedra"' ujployiiuint with ununualoilunHlM. s
malarious climates. powers TRADE MARKS )| '> l( r"ireuce*DicbangKil, Kiulonalelfaildremod
OXYGEN JQ: the more malarious districts at least' trait of the beautiful queen.-Cornell Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls OLelftMaCOPYRIGHTS' ituuipeit envelop> S. A. larks

five grains of quinine should be taken :Magazine. to cure. Send for Hilt of tentlmonlaU. . &C.Anrnnnrtln tJO C:utou HullUliiK,Chicago' .

Why not take heart again and investigate chronic malarial pol- Address, P. J. CHENEY CO., ( ikMrh' enddmerlplMi me*
to prevent .. .. .
ft day
elh.r
Tuledo O.tJ""SoJJ Onlrklr ** rinlii our vinrilou" fr* w all --
DUtlnrtlOB.Cholly .
A .,
this great principle. We have toning. This be considers necessary In lurwitlon i5pr..hablyp.u.ntrG\ ('mnmunare.h."UtVICt
-What Is the difference between : by druggists 73 cents.Uall' boll On l'l.cu
thousands of testimonials. Send for addition to ordinary precautions in re- I'ills the best. toutfr..UIInc., ..vnrfor..earttp.tmt.. Marriage .Paper.,vbIihN !
who lives at his mother'sand Family are Muui. .
Co.
a man .Leina trio tbruuvb I .Iyt
book chills, wet and the .. Tbo...n on home treatment, wonderful yard to exposure to one who has Intermittent rheumatism --- q"Ia'woke without ci< (la lbScientific lI' WIN JUir P. rou... Jntroduatlno
Cures to the sick etc. free. un and as to moderation In eating and *'TANTW SEVERAL! FKRBOV9 FOR IMSV JIm rICa" [ ; rorniiU ...41'.oal. 1UQ purl
tTollyQne ..
\" trice Oaks ManBgen h. this UM to rep- W. ir..&oladl "IUD pie ooff :au.
rlnklng. Is well all the time and resent m. in their own and surrounding A h."IIIO"eI lf llla tra('1 *>Mkr.cwl | ..,... rdn. -' OCIAl, ,. 'MIII'CAN|' l.dvOhie.l
DRS. STARKEY; & PAIEH travel tame at his mother's; the ptber Is countla Willing to par Ie+twOl'aaI,1e l",*K'U of nr .iUKiitlfl'i l"urpl.* !a'.,,,....) a
--Hone Ulan or woman to has .. ) .ui >luym nl with unuiaal j'Vfrrtir 5u4 b7 aD et.ede.i.n '
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WANTED house; a&1a1'1 f6'monthly &ndxpen ,. well sometimes and has rheumatism <4>r>ortaaUl 1112 G Irani St., Phlla., Pa. M.with Increase; portion pcrwanest > Life. ddreMd stamped envelope, 8, A, 'IIrll, NewYork MMIMIOM Not upon Mvelpl nt Kofnr pt..,"
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-f INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. 4A.WMKL1OCBlUt THE TRANSVAAL WAR.
Real
Indian 1 River Estate Agency

: t DEVOTED TO TDB DXTCb* It has taken much longer to sub BAKING ,

Or MINT Of THIS INDIAN RIVER, LAKE: due Aguinaldo than it took to con
TITUSVILLE FLA.YOU
WORTH AND BISOAYNE!: BAY 8KOTIOK: .
quer Spain ; and further, It has ,

taken a far greater number of P0WDEB
PUBLISHED EVEnT FK1DAV.
I soldiers than ever saw the front In ABSOLUTELY'PURE would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised In

CHARLES H. WALTOIC, Editor do Pr'.prictorI ,. the American-Spanish war. One paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once thl

of the causes of this ie, that Cuba Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public to
sales will be made this winter thin
of advta. must U made o @T Many probably! by Agency.
Discontinuance per was close at our doors, while the Why not t
eevat e.sa a sewers eo.Mew YOIIII.
at this office
by writing
onalljr or
e Philippine islands are a long dls yours.PINEAPI'LE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to fiio.00.
Check,etc., may be made payable to Cn RL't8Jr tnnco from the base of supplies. ORANGE .AUY_,i V1Ul1. .. <'TA A...nr,11..! .T.AVnq...._.,. .M..-.nn-- t/.- "*'<_>n'rn''V, r.1'er acre.

WALTOU,publisher and prpprletor General .Miles takes this into consideration the children did their best and showed Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-qu tter mile river front; one mile north of
I back to nit all night so as to be ready gay
in the Boer war, and Interest and careful training. One of up Gallic; flrst.clasR for oranges, pineapples and vegetables: Price $1,000.
all communications to to to Grandma's net day for ChrIst-
Address
go GROVE 14 50 miles south of 1'ltullvll1e.
.. INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, says it is probable that it will last the best things on the programme; and mas dinner. One of the boys thoughthe ORANGE and $2,000 next., Price acres, $7,000., Will pay tl000 thir

I TlTtTSVILLK. Ft-ORtDA. as long as our war in the Philip as well done as any doll was little Pauline would hang up his mamma's stocking, year HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $5 to $25 per acre.
Munson her and
rocking to
singing
, pines. The fact that Transvaalis It a beautiful about, Christmas and becAuse It'was so large and wide. Nina One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2f miles west of Titusville, good for
song
f"V. of Agriculture I Baldwin was glad she had a grandma, pineapples, vegetables and Price, $:1:>0.00.
8. Department is so far away from England, and what It means. The most Interestingand and glad she. had a pocket. Winnie oranges.

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. that the Boers have an advantagein bent recitation was By Miss Louise Dixon washer1' her hands clean for Jesus .
being thoroughly acclimated and Linderberry: about a shipwreck on the to use all day. EVIL Owen, Tilly\ Carter :::::
1 i comparative state. coast of Wales. :Mollle Owen told and and Louise Cannatta recited well about
The following is entrenched on mountains in their showed how Jas. B. :Sours
ment of temperature and rainfall for the I cooking was done in baby- Christmas. Cora and Guy :Munsod hang
own country, of which they know land. Maggie Carter wrote letter ,
I week ending Tuesday, Dec. 20t IflOii.! ; a to lovely song.; Bay Wethey asked more"
-1800- -1808- every foot, makes General Miles Santa Claus Mabel Allen wanted old questions than a lawyer could have an

, DATE. MAX. Miff. MAX. MIN believe that the British are up Santa to give part of her present to poor swered. The church was a perfect bower :IIa: : G-ral.n: Feed, F10ur
20 74 0-t 70 C9 against the hardest propositionthey children who get: nothing. The most of loveliness-palm leaves, mistletoe, ,
21 7;i C3 77 05; laughable recitation was by Hellen Gan- ferns mosses and flowers in profusion. GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED :MEAL. NEW GARDEN
have been called face
upon to natta and Lucille\ Wethey. They had
22 74 05 7s 70 The tree was a beautiful evergreenand
11 23 74 09! 81 08 for years. about 27 dolls; they! sot them all in a well loaded with presents, which SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.
21 CO!) /50 78 08 While General Miles shows good row, and told something about each one were distributed among young and old.
as they picked them up and set them for Mineral Ash kills all kinds of insects Harmless
25 08 48' 74 03 reasons for his opinion, yet the Agent Gray ; to man or
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20( 07; 51 GO 51 great number of soldiers that Great beast.' Agent; for Wilbur'a seed Meal for stock and poultry. write for quotation.
Total rainfall for the week: 1.03
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Departuro from normal rainfall for the Britain can summon into the field Ocean Co. Lowest cash prices.

week: plus 1.33 Inches. Departurefrom and their equally good fighting Steamship
normal rainfall since January 1, qualities make whatever advantagethe Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

o, plus 4.4 Inches. Boers now have only temporary. "Savannah Line"Pnr1i
HAL..P. Ilxnpiy, Observer
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_. They have their full force in action
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and every death either by diseaseor : Rail: Part Soct.... :N. ,
:, ; A HAPPY NEW YEAR. in battle injures them i in an irreparable '
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. Fast Freight: and Luxurious Passenger Route from ,
way. The war will Leone

King out,blithe bcjisof the Now Year, of endurance, and in the end Florida to New York Boston and the East. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER

Ring out to all your summons clear; Great Britain will be "on top" ae ,
!
Message of hope; despair to.quell, i
surely as the 8u'n shines over Florida
f Is borne silvery swell.
upon your Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.
Success to her. SHORT RAIL HIDE TO SAVANNAH. '
Pr:' With the approach of the New \ .

Year on Monduy next, It no doubt Thence via Ship sailing from Savannah. r: Write for Samples and Prices.

ie In order to wish our readers a IT; is generally claimed that our TO BOSTON.
TWO
FOUR SHIPS EACH WEEK .TO NEW YORK.
prosperous and happy new year. pension In ws are in need of revision ; Old 'Phone 8. )joy 13 Hogan Street,

Of late years Floridians have had but whether a revision would make All ticket agents and hotels are supplied; with monthly sailing schedules.
Write for general information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation's, or call\ on JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.icMurray .
some hard blows by freezes, but them better or worse, is a problem

they are still to the fore,' showing which we cannot solve. The Secretary E. II. II1NTON, WALTER HAWKINS, --. .._- -

'' considerable energy in rebuilding and Assistant Secretary of Trafllo Manager, Gcn'l Agt. Traffic Department.!

,If T' their groves..,;; und HO "Hope springs the Interior, and the Commissionerand Savannah, Ga. 2.24: W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.McTimmons % Baker

etfernal in the human breast," our Assistant Commissioner of ,

I people are looking forward to better Pensions, ,have testified before a '
t 0 Fitch
<= :
,,: things, hoping that the year sub-committee of the Senate Committee 410, 412, 414, 416, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Fla.

just about to open will be an improvement on Pensions, that a revisionof JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

: :. upon its predecessor. the laws should be made, and Grocers and Commission Merchants Headquarters for-

\ Titusville-among other places- recommended that It be done by a .

has had a few unpleasant draw,. non-partisan commission ANa. DEAR EI'R-We: beg to quote you our prices on the fallowing Roods/ f. o. b.Jacksonville, quail. Wagon Material/ Vehicles Harness Bicycles
' ;1 backs, but we hope the new year tional Commission that is reallynonpartisan ty guaranteed and would be pleased to receive, your orders In any quantity.: ,
Best H. Racon, Ib 10
l will find it and residents in would be ins GRAIN, HAY AND TEED. per Ib ........to.11.at and Sundries. -
its a a rarity, Lard,compound,
per
rorn.l0llhtl.! ,persack.... .-........ ,... >*.1.00 .. Leaf.Ricn.perlb .......................:....... .01
, more prosperous condition than deed, although there are many so OornltOiba.persack.................... 1.05 '' ... ......... .... .....O45 to.fIj
r atawhitepersack..... ....... ..:.... 1.35 .......
08 to .10 "KELLY"
called SOLID RUBBER
heretofore. The past year had its Bran. per ICO Iba ... .....' ...... .......... l.nn cotree.lIreen'lerlb: ,per pound....... J4 TIRES put on you wheels
" regrets, sorrows, trials, tribulations Kep Moa}.'... .............'......... l.oo Tea, green or black p,rib........ ......... ,.35Wheat.gnodgnality..l.4otol.0o at short' notice.
: Granulateddugarperlb......... ....... .o//)
and'dangcrs, and, wo presume the CHRISTMAS IN THE SUNNY <\ S. Meal bright; ,per 100 Ibs. 0...... ".!. Lis Jelly, 301b pad..................... ....... 1.00
new one will not be without them. Hay,per 100 ,His .. ... ,.. ................ 85 Soap inns ............... ...... .... 2./11I/
I J LAND. FI.OUR.ORITRAXD MEAL. Starch,per box ....1.{ .... ............ 1.50/
There is really no sickness or pov barrel ............ 4.25 Soda Crarkern,per Ib ,................... O//) i
Best Patent Flour, i HAMMOND PACKING CO.
per Crackers, Ib..,................. .00
per
. ...... 2.3.mon
. in this section of Indian Heat l'aton' Klour, barrel
#
arty, River per .. ....... .. '
Table reaches doz .. .... 1.10lIealJlerbarrel
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(continued from first ........................ 2.4(1(
page.) OHM per barrel Ibbags........,.... ........ (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.
. and our residents are able to fairly ... ... .......... ...... *vm, C. F.Salt,200! : 1.00 )
. ... ... ,
each little girl receiving a doll, and each Tomatoes,3-lb., per doZ. .,...... 9C
support themselves and families in boy a small air You know there D7EATSA\DFROVISIONB. 2.lh vereoa.....'.......... ........ ..11 OUR SPECIALTIES :
gun. Bent Squire1 flacon, Ib .......... ... .OO}{ l\atchell.l'ergro8 ........ ............. .4'''
i comfort. This, in itself, is much was a Ponce Congroas lately, and we are .. Shoulders per Ib per, ................07# to .o$ Potatoes, per sack......... ........ .. .... 2.nn -"Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
1 tobe thankful for. Our merchants beglnninggniteearly to train our boys ", Hams,per Ib.t.. ..............la: to.13 Onions,per barrel......:.....;............. 2.25
have larger stocks than ever and for the way Its suggestions are being We also handle Vegetables and Produce for our customers and these goods are. bringing hereto "Coin Special" canned meats. .
; ,. carried Out In South Africa and the Philllplnus day as follows i
,: each one is doing a fairly good ; but the boys will enjoy the Tomatoes per orate....,...........$\.-- to$2.00 We are paying to-day for "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
business. Our is gunsall ; : "......................1.75to2.25: Flint hides, per Ibtreen .... ....... ...........14 to ..15Plimapples' leaf
I I" future promising, I the same. ; .......; ........S.OOtoS.60 ( Salt Hides, per IbHeeswax ................98W to .00 lard.
, ; and we believe the new year will Tho entire audience ,was treated to Oranges: brlchts.0'........'..........,.3.00 to 3.BO/ ,per Ib................... ....,..,..2410.25 Homemade
apples, while candy was given to the .. rUBBPts.... .., .............2.110103.00 Tallow perlb............ .............02ft to .03 pure lard.
i Q; be a bettor one for our tradesmen Turkeys alive per Ib ....................12 to .13 Alligator Skins.T feet and up ........... 1.00 "Peerless"
t than the last. the McFarland chlldl'tm-th Walter that old folks likeit Eggs: per dux ,............. .....;......17 to ..18Uenftfeacb a to o feet and up .......,6 to .CO compound lard sausagesand
Even too. Mr. Hitching acted as .. ....................... .....35 to ..40Springers Coon Skins, each.......................20 to .40 all House FLA.
l;; Fruit Protection Co., is 'adding to Santa Claus, to the amusement of the ench.....,.... ....'... ,........25 to .30 Otter ..i.. .... ....,......300to7.00 Packing Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE,
J: r the exchequers of our merchants in older ones, who were not frightened at I We would be pleased to Bell you your groceries and grain buy your hides, and handle your
, vegetables and produce. truly.MoTIMMONS. '
his mask. The church"was
11 /:, town ; and while the ADVOOATE is beautifully & FITCHJACKSONVILLE
1 1 decorated with moss, palms and mistle 18,17,10 and 25: South Ocean Street, N LA.
CLARIE'SANITtLRJM
not complaining at the support received toe. We all owe a debt'of gratitude to WILLIAM ER.

i h ; from our townspeople, we the committee who worked so hard for ....

, ; do hope they will bo just a little our pleasure, and now vote our Christmas
. Iti more liberal the coming year than a great; success. Photo Supply C o Fine Gas Fixtures, Clumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet
.
Christmas dinners were served In some *..
I t;, they were in the past. We do our families ou Sunday and. in others on ._rt .. Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Clos

best to help them to boom .up this Monday ets and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds [and

, section, and we want them to do CHRISTMAS AT BANYAN. S..Ag.cll"ts, :I ELFttiiiafi liCocinlt: : Co. descriptions re-tinnedj.

" likewise by us. With the first tick Yes another jolly Christmas has .
I of the clock after midnight on ed. Wo remember distinctly a part pass-of The only house In Florida devoting its time to the

,',; :k :takes Monday this morning opportunity the to ADVOCATE wish all the also scenes the exercises that was of'the enacted school around children us;; KODAKS.}{ AMATEUR. 37 Forsyth ,St., Jacksonville, Florida.

dialogues, recitations and music, and OUR SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing..
1.,, readers friends and enemies
our
I the presentation of a line fern bowl by
: [if it has any] the children ,the teacher, Miss Suslo Give us a trial. No trouble to answer questions. FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !

A HAPPY NEW.''YEAR.AGUINALDO Oladwln,'of Titusvlllo. There was also 61 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
an evergreen tree, laden with presents,
for young and old; a room tastefully .
is a very elusive In- decorated and Farmer Creed as a real Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale Horn

, dividual. He has again escaped Santa Claus. Then our memory began E. H. ARMSTRONG ,
f ;:;' from to wander to scenes of long ago when we ,
our pursuers. were a bare-footed urchin, peeping at Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, fine mesh. Netting and Screen
''If. show windows, and later on to find a few Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Coats Cotton in all numbers
,. .. CINCINNATI wants the Democratic penny trinkets in our stocking-and Eye o Specialist, 41cts. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones. Special attention paid j dragging this home-made sled to the top correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealers
National Convention. That and WATCII JOBBER to the public.I .
city of the hill to have free ride down. Our corporations and hotels. Anything usually kept by storekeepers in our line Behave
I I has a hall that will sent 14,800 peo i iI Christmas tree was a grand success, and will sell the high,: grade Elgin and Waltham in stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment.

pie, which is one inducement which now some of our citizens are enjoying EC 3 $ Watches in the Best Made 20-year Gold Filled CO.
: ought not to be overlooked.LATE the fine Christmas tree and barbecue at 15 Cases, $8.88 to, $12.45. Solid Gold High Grade BENEDICT, POLLAK & ,
Bovine Several of Tropic, Bovine, Do- Fountain Pens, 08o each. 32,34, 30 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
venture and Bahaia. citizens :attendedour An illustrated catalogue mailed free. Special =
news to hand the Boers entertainment on -
says Friday evening. inducements and discounts to agents.

did not get those ten guns belong. EAU GALUE. Office 55 W Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

ing to General Buller. They were Under the direction of Miss Miller and ...0. L. KEENE...

afraid to go out in the open to get Miss Hodgson, assisted by Mesdames

them ; 'so some British soldiers vole Hlbard'ScottBotsford, Watts, Smith Dress Goods Notions

c unteered to go into the stream and and tree was Nesbitt a enjoyable the children entertainment.Christmas THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY: Trimmings, Millinery, ,

I bring them into the lines, and they In addition to recitations and singing
by Laces Gloves
Corsets.
Umbrellas
Art Goods,, Hosiery,
r did it successfully. ho scholars our local talent rendered
valuable assistance the chl\l'aotersketoh Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
; Wood
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"You can't loso me. Charlie," by Ir Prompt attention paid to all orders.This .
Coy. W, D. BLOXIIAM has ap. Welles and Messrs. Mitchell and Bailey; .. i

1 pointed Mr J. It. Parrott, of Jack piano solo, Miss Bortha Scott; recitiulon Is one of the oldest and most reliable' houses In Jacksonville. All the l latest j
k eonville, on the Board of Trusteesof Dlnkelsplel's address to tho school Itt, Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.lllll
Mr. C. Patterns and Style.
the State Alusworth during which he recited
Agricultural College, the poem, "Ever so far away;" vocal 101 \Vi it FJ.Spectacle. -.\.
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Street ,
at Lake City, to fill the vacancy selection Mr. Noel Mitchell; violin I Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida.' Telephone :No., :.!02.J. Bay corner of Laura, JACKSONVILLE

caused by the death of Judge K, solo, Prof, Theodore Deyman, with Miss :
l' K. Foster. By this action of the Florence Hodgson, pianist; made a K. MUNNERLYN, General'Manager.ESTABLISHED .

governor, we think ho paid Mr. most delightful program, to which the JEWELED
large audience, which completely filled CLOCKS
Parrot a very graceful compliment.Still the ball, listened with every evidence of 18111.rc. WATCHES ,

he placed the right man in pleased gratification Among the children ,

the right place, for Mr. Parrott is little Edna Snell deserves special w .6. : 30'tTRS: &: CO. }
mention, In the character of the little : ... : Jewelry Diamonds
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A man thoroughly qualified for the
fairy emerging from a pumpkin, which 1 e e e e ,
position ; he has considerable ex.ecu't1ve waa performed gracefully and prettily, GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. r' PreextIo
and
ability and is well fitted to -- Souvenir, Wedding Ringo

assume the duties of so responsiblea CHBI8TUAS AT OKOBQIANA. 6 East Street JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.We j ( S. WtltbMi Watches, et'
The exercises at the church and the Bay 1R

trust. His appointment gives Christmas tree were the best we have handle the beat and moat reliable Seeds. A complete stock of ti W REP1RH6
;. pleasure to his numerous friends lad In years. The singing was excellent only Hay &I1d IIEELRT
Frank Corn Oats Flour Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and < lw"A
along the East Coast, and the ADVOCATE by Munson and wife, Fred Mun- dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. SPECIALTY.
son and wife, Mrs. Maude Wagner Mrs
joins them in hearty con. Brand rtlUMr-On nntood AuUTtii Orange tree and fertiliser.Pore round
ilulliklnn and Miss Louse LlnderWry. altar r Vegetable terUfien and Eyeglasses. Charges B. J. RILE,
paid one'way.
Cratulatlong. Uoue of t'or.aah1 Sulphate l'or.aah1.Ka1nlt. hare no
The recitations were all very'good, and superior to tthheand a trial wilt convince. Bead Tot Catalefve free. 225 W. Bay St., jACKBOTTttl i, '

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r. E. Peabody IIOB placed a naphtha De Upon merry' your,friends Christ, nm yet frxyi tx! good I ISPECIAL

engine In one of his largo row boats, to St. Nick, remember, always.hould t .
use as a tender for his schooner Waif. Drtve Old Mick quite away.

) Robinson one of Ewaapleaa d en's Surgeon W. F. Arnold, U. S. N., Is
most prominent young ladle., visiting his sister, Mrs. Ireland.A 1

antly; entertained by Miss Summers last few more days of 1809) and then PRICES '

Sunday. 1000. Prepare to turn over a new leaf. (J j

jjr. and Mrs. C. II. Racey, of Mount Mrs. C. Robinson bas gone to Altoona, -

riizabctb, were pleasant callers upon :Pa., to spend the winter with her daughter .

Ur afternoon.and Mrs W.. II. Harris on Saturday ; Mrs. Ilemphtll. r i]I GrO\ATers. P1 .

.Pinea.pple G O V
Mr. and Mrs. John Miller spent Christmas o .
Jas Peabody, of Zanesvllle, 0., who at Fort Pierce with Mrs. Miller's. ;t
hw been spending some weeks with his sister, Mrs. George Saunders
son E. E. Peabody, left here, Monday till .rou.ncl JPortllizor: : ii :
where he Messrs. C. Robinson and Will r I
for'st. Augustine, will spend Richards H
the Materials be and
the winter. went to Fort Pierce to attend the annual Price 2500. t.rDeforo buying following sure apply to ,;

Everybody in this section should read banquet of Knights Templars. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices, and wo will prove to you wo can save you money. !

the ADVOCATE. It Is the largest weekly The last tea was held at Mrs. Saeger's, Molntnre."."'''''.'''''''''''''.'''' ''"," ......,.. ...............,,,,. ..,... R to to STEAMED BONE RAW BONE .
paper on the East Coast,and prints more but i the attendance was small, owing to Ammonia................................................ .... ............"..... 5 to 6 ,
original correspondence than any other.Don't the inclemency of the weather. E-J Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia........."..."......,,""..........,."...... 20 to 85 BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE
i Available 1'11".. ., ...........,.,.,.,,....................,.,.... 6 to B ,
borrow but subscribe_ for it. Miss Florence Robinson came home Equal. to tone h.Ph'.r Lime..,.,.,.,,,4................................... 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA ': ..
Potash K2 O.... .. ...... ,
Lay Reader W. G. Gilmore held ser last week from Winter Park to spend. her Kqual to Sulphate of Potash:...::.:::::::::.::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::,.... 0 S to to tg SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS :
vices In St. Paul's Episcopal church, last school vacation with her parents. Magnesia, Lime, Soda, etc. ... ....... ... ....n.u................ ..... 65 to 60 E-J '
sent.1lar \ atlon Mrs. Saunders has some of the finest 8[ .- Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

afternoon at three o'clock. rape fruit ever seen in this vicinity. COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASI(} S. :
Sunday What a temptation it is to some folk. -
Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0

Attorney Jas. E. Andrews attended an Mrs. C. E. Otto has returned to Edento H prices. ,
oyster sup'per at the Masonic Lodgeroomat spend another winter in this glorious. i :

given Fort by Pierce the members last Friday of night.the lodge It,was Mr. climate.. Her health is greatly improvedhere. Please ,Correspond. with us before being induced. to buy from Dealers. Send for !

Andrews being one of them. I..LJ
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris have returned hi Pamphlet. .
Your correspondent is informed that ; from their northern trip with .
the two gentlemen who are acting as health renewed, Mrs. U. looking more LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
agent for a party in Ohio, recently came charming than ever. ,,
up to close a deal with Postmistress E. .
J. Luce, of this place, for a pineapple School closed last week for the holidays j :raokson villa. ZF'lorid.a' : :
plantation.Fred and Miss Brown our popular ,
teacher, is spending her vacation with "
-
Saeger, of Anlrona, who has! been friends in St.:) Augustine. .
attending the Florida Agricultural Col-
lege, Lake City, is spending the holidayswith Mrs. Hull, who has been spending sometime Melbourne.GOODE Rockledge. Sebastian.Happy Eau Gallie.
his parents, Mr aud 1.Mrs O. Saeger. Here is spending the holidays at ,
His many friends here were pleased to her home In.Melbourne. She will\ returnto .
have him pay us a visit last Sunday.Miss Eden to remain several weeks. *: OOfinK,-Real Estate and lonnit. I Miss Maude Hardee Is at home for the New Year to all. Miss Bertha Scott 'U homo from college '

Susie Summers, who has been attending The fishing ,this winter is fine. Mrs. Globe Agent,for and JKtna Imperial, London Fire Insurance.and Liverpool Special! and' I holidays.Geo Mrs. Faber, of City Point, Is visiting for tho Christmas holidays.

the Florida Agricultural College Saunders ,Is doing a large business, and attention paid to the interest of non-real- S. Singleton hns returned from Miss HeM hero The usual Now Year's masquerade ball

Lake City, returned home last Fri- gives employment, to a large number of donts.. his trip to Chicago Frank Houston and .Too Bryant return seems to have boon neglected this year.

day, to spend Christmas with her grandparents men, some of them earning ten dollars W M. Met win left last week for a ed from Kau: Gallic, Tuesday Thanks arc due Mr. Treutlcr for the
for the ADVoCATE
Capt. and Mrs. J. II. Andrews. per day. sutscllptlon/l short (trip to Nassau: use of his commodious hall for tho Xmas
Miss :Summers has a host of friends here the pink paper of the East Coast will be Col. and Mrs KulTner, of Ronolund, true entertainment.
who welcome her home. Harry Richards has sold a valuable received at the Melbourne Postofflco. II. Julius Smith left the last of the spent Xmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Morrow -
piece of land to Mr. Jennings, of AII n- week on a business trip to hU homo In Archdeacon Brown will\ conduct services -
Mr. and Mrs. VV. II. Harris, who have town. Pa., who expects to locate here. J. A. Hoke of New will be tho Pompton, N. J. at St. John's church next Sunday.
been on a several months' visit throughthe I Let all Edenites join hands and welcome Smyrna I I Frank Hnnter ave a largo: dance at his Morning service at 10:30: evening service
north are again at home looking I him. lIe will be a great acquisition to new agent at this place. B. W. Jerome and wife hive returned. homo on Sebastian river, Monday evening at 750.:!

much benefitted by the change. Both Eden. Mrs. Bowyer and son, Ralph, left, Sat from Brantleyhaving marketed their ; twenty-five couples: wore present
themselves to visit friends In Bartow.Prof ciopof oranges.Mr. Capt. M. M. Ramsey has chartered the ,
express as'being delightedwith urday
Miss U nick this
Of the many friends who have been May Kltching qulto schooner Edna: of Canaveral, and is doing -
the trip, but their many friends in absent during the past summer and Louis Lvman, of Winter Park, Is Will Barnett: of New Haven, week with a severe case of bronchitis. large: river business transporting
'this section are pleased. to .see ,them at whose return has been looked forwardto spending the holidays here with hiM Conn., is the !guest of Mr. H. P. Shares, Mr. Pierre rlllnnd'8 physician Is attending vegulabl.a! .
borne again with much pleasure none are more father, Dr. Lyman. at the New It ckledge.Ge Miss Hitching.

Colonel Geo. A. Crocker and Lieutenant welcome than Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Harmer Miss Gladys Stewart Is spending,: the !). Chester and moihcr, of City Point, Mr. and Mrs Prod Hudson and dancrlitor Mr.City and, have Mrs.arrived John W., at Men Tropic 111. of, their Kansas -
\% m. M.\ Wright, formerly of this of Waveland. They are not residents ,
holidays with her grandparents, Mr. and spent Christmas here, the guests Mr. : arrived, Saturday evening from Pine usual winter home, where Mr and Mrs. *
place, will make a trip around tho worldon but are'frequent visiccis. Mrs. Nash in Daytona. and Mrs. L. W. BattcnfleUI. Blulf, Ark, to spend some time visiting 0. E._ Men 111 had preceded them.
the U. S.
transport Meade. They will We, have had several people from the their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James A.
po via Suez Canal and return via San north here this winter Miss Lizzie Eton, of Fairfax, Vn., arrived Wallace R. Moses of West Palm Beach, Hudson. Capt. (L C). Gloason has charge of the
Francisco. Both the above gentlemanhave looking at prop- here Xmas night and again occupies wa the the guest of Mr. and Mrs H. S. refitting of the steamers, St. Augustine
;
many friends here who extend influx erty with continues the view of will buying.have If this her bluff cottage.Mrs. WIlliams a few days thsl week.T. Mr. and Mrs. Curd Schroder, Miss May and St. :Sebastian: which are to be placedon
their best wishes, and will welcome their we not only 0 KltchingSylvia Kltchlng, Broster Kllch- Indian rlvor about February 1st.
Ronald passed through hero last
return. our shell road, but electric lights, a trolley K. R. Glllman. of Youngstown, Ing, of Stunit, nnd Miss Lucy Hudson
-and who shall say that the automobile Ohio, arrived here Saturday evening, Saturday, on his way to Daytona to came up on Sunday morning's train, and Mr. and Mrs T. 0. 'fill, of Mlcco, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jennings, who now re- twill not soon become a familiar much to the delight of her many friends. spend tho holidays with his parents. are spending Christmas week In town. spent Christmas: rlth the family of Capt. *

side in the 'beautiful! residence of Mrs. sight. Mr. and Mrs. Orosebeck, of Titusvlllo, Rupert Paxton, of the South Florida and Mrs W. J. N,,:>Mtt; returning homo
E. M. Saylor, until their dwelling is com- Military Institute 'and Miss Elsie SmiIh Will Mclitldo met with a verv painful Tuesday, after an enjoyable visit.
Mr. F. O. Williams, of Palm Beach, Pa., arrived hero Saturday; they will ; accident, Monday night while lighting
/ a
day pleted, in, gave honor a Dutch of Miss lunch Ilolister last Wednes- who married one of the fair daughtersof spend the winter in their/cottage on the of Stetson University, are at home for cannon cracker; It explo.lodl\nd tore:up Mrs. Goo. Hanna and son, Walter, who

spending the who Is Eden, has been transferred to Jacksonville bluff. ,the holidays his hands and face; It Is feared that ho are wintering at Do Land,' whero Walter
Mrs. Jennings ,holidays an old school as the guest of to take the place of Mr. Floyd, Commodore F. C. Hewitt arrived bore Miss Ella Singleton came up from Jensen will lose the sight of one eye. Is attending college, are visiting Mr. and
Miss
Ilolister is u teacher at Rollins mate.College, who has also received a well-deserved Xmas night/ and is again a guest of Hotel Sunday, and, after spending part of Mr, I\ndMI' flub Thomas the Mis. Gco..U, Gleaaoti over the holidays.,
son
promotion for faithful services in the ,
Carleton; his friends are glad to see her vacation with her father and brother
Winter Park and Is The treasurer of St John's Episcopal
highly accomplished employment of the F. E. C. Ky. Mrs. him here once more. left for Titusville. Misses Bowman, Bolle, Groves: and
young lady, with more than ordinary Williams Is at present visiting her father Messrs. Lenard and Kitching, visited the church has received a handsome donation
talent, and is making a host of friends C. A. Robinson, of this place. Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell has! an orangeat II. J. Smith took pleasant party of orange groves, at Rosoland, on Chrlstmns from Mrs. S. E. Harbour, which will .
here Miss England, Mr. and Mrs. W. Hotel Bellevue, grown by her son, A. young people in his launch to the MothodiRt afternoon. The party wont up via that bo applied liquidating the church debt. 1 jj
II. Harris and Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Watersof The scarcity of eggs in Eden is appall- E. Campbell at Roseland, that weighs Christmas tree at Cocoa Monday old reliable cat boat, the "Baby Mine," The generous gift Is much appreciated. f j jDr.

this place, who had the pleasure of ing. For weeks we have walked in every 2 pounds and OJ being present at the lunch direction looking for the delicious hen
ing a most delightful evening., report spend- fruit, and at last we succeeded in getting Mr. and Mrs. J. II. McCoy and two force of men are busy painting the happened In our town lately} was tho spent several days with the family of his
a dozen, but evidently the hen that laid charming daughters' the Misses Bertha Hotel Indian River and putting It In death of Rox Rox, belonging to Jas. A.Il'udson HOP, Dr. C. E. Illbard leaving for Day-
them was in her dotage. Little did the and Gertrude, of Cloverdalo, Indiana, ar- readiness for the season. Mr. Proskey, and was a. great pot. Ho- died tona, Tuesday. Dr Illbtud la delightedwith
Jensen. person of whom we bought them 'dream rived, Saturday, and will spend) the win the manager, is expected In a few days. short of breath, Tuesday morning; a this section.

1 that he was throwing in seven small ter in the Baker cottage.: Miss Susie Gladwln, "who teaches the preacher, lawyer captain and butcher 'l'ho houseboat Caiman, with Mr. P.

Dr.G. W, Holmes of Faustina in chickens, all for thirty cents. Mrs. Chas. Campbell, received from her public school at Banyan, spent a few attended tho funeral on tho F. IS. C, R'y. Lori Hard and party aboiiid, lay at the

town professionally ,this week. was We are fully convinced that Eden is 'to brother, A. E. Campbell, ,of Rosoland! n hours hero lastf aturday, on her way to Christmas night a lot of our young railroad duck from Saturday noon until
be the "Hub of Florida;; at least spray of five oranges that weighed 01 her home In Titusville,. whore she expected ? folks went on serenading party, Infancy Sunday morning, leaving for llonelnud
G. B. Lamar, 1r., cashier of the First indication points that way. It is a well pounds. They hang In the Bazaar win- to spend the holidays. costumes; about twenty-live boys and down river points

National Bank of St. Augustine I spent a.. know fact thAt the streets of Boston dow where all can see them. One of the twin baby daughters: of )Ir. and girls made up tho party some wore J. Klngan Hodgson, one of Stetson I
few '
interest days In this vicinity last. week in the were laid out, our; by the master hand of Rev. N. P. DuBose, Miss Peranne and and Mrs Geo N. Hatch died Christmas masks and a groat many blacked their University's lI'omlrlent'olln men, and .
of his bank. man, but the of meek faces and mado very fine looking darkles; of this(. year's foot ball team, Is
by foot-prints our the-Misses Susie and May DuBose, l{ev. night:, aged 6 months and 18 days. The captain
Mrs. II. L. Barker wife of our es- and gentle cow. Several decendants of Hale, wife child and maid, all of Su- little one had never been well, nnd for tambourines, guitars, accordlans, etc., spending the Christmas holidays with .
teemed station agent, is spending Xmas the aforesaid cow live in Eden. They wannee, Tenn., arrived last week and the last fow days had boon suffering intensely furnished tho music. his family at Plnewood Lodge. "

week with her husband. How long she come forth in the night and in an artistic, will spend the winter with us. The funeral was held at the f Mr and! Mrs. John F. Smith, of Chicago -

will stay we have not yet learned. manner work diligently to Jay out our We regret to learn that Mr. Bowyerour Cocoa Cemetery Tuesday afternoon. -We want to draw the attention four are again occupying" their cozy cottOKo
in boulevards and side
Wheeler Coon has been spending yards streets, with an occasional, avenues back genial station agent Is soon to, leave Much sympathy is felt for !Ir. and numerous renders along the East on Highland avenue, tor'another
Christmas week at home. He is attend- alley us for West Palm Beach. We wish him Mrs.'Hatch. : Coast, and .throughout tho state In general winter Their nephew, Mr. Tilbury, of

ing Dental College in Atlanta, and ex- the best of luck in his new home, but he to the iKlvts. of tho Ilvfl and energetic Towunda, III., accompanies thorn.
pects soon to be able to treat our ailing -Please mention the ADVOCATE when and his family will be greatly missed. CHURCH NOTICES. business moo: who are bidding for 'l'ho many friends. of Chief Engineer
advertisers.If .
molars, etc, in the most approved style. writing Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Spencer, of Beech- share of your patronage In thocolumns O'ltuurkoanti Mate Soniers, of the Calmau -
of tho AUVOCATK.: If In need
:. P. Heerman, of Key West, is in town. you are in search of bargains, wood, Illinois are late arrivals at Hotel EAU RALLIB:-Archdoncon B. F, Brown of particular lino of you goods are tho pink were pleased to greet them once
any ,
lie is up for the purpose of disposing of ,read the ADVOCATE columns carefully. Carleton, where they Intend to spend will hold divine service in St. John's paper will toll :you tho bust place to buy again and hope they will make our towna
his property at North Eden. This is a some time. !Ir. and Mrs. Spencer were church, Eau Gallie, on Sunday next at them Head the ads. more lengthy visit In the near future.
fine body of hammock admirably adopted neiffhbors of Mr and Mrs. R. W. Gondo 10:30: a. m. and 7'iO::! p. in. Morning sermon The steamer Couitenay, moored In Eau
for growing both oranges and pineapples.Now New Smyrna. thirty years ago, BO do not feel like "The Incarnation of the Son of Gallic river \II now In charge of Mate
strangers in strange:: land. We welcome God evening "The Permanence and been
is the time when the anxious ; Georgjana. Fergusonapt; / Mclntyic having
seat Is In order the thermometer is these pleasant people bore Triumph of the Divine Word" transferred! 1 to Miami in command of the
as
dropping down,into the forties, and our : returned Messrs.from J. O'Brien Jacksonville and Sam Boone Edwin S. Bender, who Is aguest of the IIAUDKHLVILLE and CITY POINT-The steamer Biscayne Capt. Mclntyro left .
pineapple growers are suffering with I Saturday Hotel Carleton this season, Is our crack pastor will D. V., preach at Hardeevllle Mother Hall spent Christmas Day with hut week for hU now pout of duty

cold feet and a disturbed mind, but there I C. T. King made a flying trip to St. sportsman; during one week In tho woods and City Point on next Sabbath at 0:10:: Mrs Owen J. Maxwell Randall who has been a

are so many sheds in this section that Augustine last week, and returned with west of here bo bagged the followinggame a, m., and 2:00: p. m., respectively. Vescy Hall U carrying tho mall during guest at Ituthven cottage( the past two .1 1
It would take quite a freeze to knock us quite a load of Christmas goods. : 10 turkeys, 2(5( coots, 12 wood the absence of Mr. Werning.Mrs. months, left last week for West Palm "tj
'
out A. Foster went to Ilardeeville Sunday ducks, 40 English jack snipes, 10 grey Beach, where ho will join hU undue, the aMomiM.
0. E. Mathams, of Palm Beach was In to relieve {V. A. King on section 19 for a, squirrels and 4 blue peters. Mr., Bender Stuart; flower nail daughter anti ** Jennie, /Shelton, of Boston, at Palm
town a few days'since, possibly for the few days, while he Is enjoying the holi Is delighted; with the shooting here and was over visiting Mr. Mrs. White Beach Inn; later In the season they will
friends have to In and others Christmas
his good cause rejoice ,
purpose of explaining to a few why he days. visit {aKllllU. The friends of these gen. .
marked Bahama pines, while still in the his good luck. But few of our people left town Xmas. Hosmer J. Allen and son, Fred, left, tlemen hope to see them In Eau Gallie

Bahamas, as packed by the Florida East !rr. McCarthy'assistant( car inspector) Hotel Carleton served the usual well Born to Mr and Mrs Noah Parks, a several days alto, with their nail boats, 'ere they return north.

Coast Packing Company, at Miami, FJa.; was seriously hurt him last the Friday by a heavy prepared Christmas dinner last Mondayto fine young son. Acorn and Nlad, for Palm Beach, where The dance at Treutlor Hall, Thursday
or, perhaps, he presumes the right to do door falling on at car inspector'sshop. a number of /guests and friends. The they expect to spend the winter. evening of last week, wall largely attend. !
'One roller had misplaced Our teachers went home
this kind gotten on Sunday
of detriment of decorated with
thing to the house was prettily green
those of who and he was attempting to replace it, beside each morning for a week, Miss Walker to Mr }'ock'I1rrlvorl on Thursday evening, ed and enjoyed. Another dance Is rum
Florida flowers
us and guest'splate I
are growing vines ; /
and and his friends ored to take place shortly, as U also a ,
other roller off and are glad him
pines when the jumped Jacksonville Miss Johnson to Mel many t1110e ,
for and hired fresh of real and
a living, are not by a lay a spray holly theatrical entertainment by our homo I
especially the little folk for he
caused the accident. He was taken to bourne. was
corporation to import foreign pines under In the center of each table a large bou- '
additions
and around playing Santa Claus Saturday talent, to which two Important t
St.
the railroad hospital Augustine ,
the guise of Florida fruit, to the / quet of the same. Mr. and ?Mrs Robin We must say the Chrlsma*supplement! with have been discovered In Dr Welles and I
able nUll
be bo morning
apples
he will to at maplosugar
detriment of our home product. I do : we hops soon son well know the art of catering to the In the pink 'f>aper (AUVOCATK) was a Mr. Mitchell, and It Is hoped both gentlemen
not write this as a member of the Association his post again. wants of their guests, and we predict for treat. We adv Ie all to lay It by until etc.F. will bo Included In the cast. "
but as a citizen of the United The B. of R. T. of A. had their regular this Hotel a full house this season. next year, to as to help In the Christmas C. Allen and family arrived here,
States, and particularly the state of I quarterly meeting at Dohn's ball on dance at Hotel exercises, as It has some excellent ItemsIn Saturday, from Daytona, to spend the A most pIoasurableChristmas function
Florid The Association has become so /Saturday night, and the following section A social was given for the It. holidays with relatives; and a. family reunion 'Will the dinner at Hotel Grauada; the
disrupted that such things are possible, foremen were In attendance: Mossra. Bellevue, last Tuesday evening at Mother M[unlol}' on Christmas long table groaning with Its weight of
benefit of the yacht race to be held here Two launch load of our people were reasonable delicacies to which largo '
a
and ,
even approved by the powers that be Clark, Melbourne; H. O. Hansell, East Day, was quite an Interesting affair to ,
The of the '
during the Chautauqua. use to the and enter talent of
patronize to tho
in going upper did full justice
the Association all concerned.If company
and if redress la toM Gamble Oak Hill J. M.
S. S.
Aurantia ,
inaugurated any Yew Glencoe, Hotel was kindly given by Mr. and Mrs. tainment given by the people of Wave- the caterer and the skill of the chef
it will have to from Allen
growers come Boyett Smyrna; Mr. ; Campbell, who always make people feel land, for the benefit of the school If the Among those of our townspeople present
and who who are practical business men, II. L. Ryland, Orange City; A. Foster, so much at home when attending partiesat severe storm had not prevented. We you want good results, you will were: Mr and Mrs. C. Aluswortb, Mrs.
have homo industries understand that the
heart our moreat I Eau Gallie. We their place. Among those from Eau are sorry for Waveland as well as for find tho AnVOOATK an excellent advertising W. H. Mclntyue, Mr. and Mrs. 0. F.
than the securing of foreign latter "rode the goat; and was slightly Gallie wore the Mesdames* Bailey and ourselves. medium.TITUSVILLE'8. ['addillonl H. M. Willblte, Capt. andDire
pines
or other fruit for 'commend attention be
the with careful
crippled, but Misses Florence .
the Hodgson
able" Botsford ,0. W. MoNab, Dr. and Mrs. C
Florida purpose of securing freight for a will soon recover. and Bertha Scott, Messrs. J, E. M. Uod The busiest roan on our river Is Mr. C. Booth, J. E. M. Hodgson, K. }'. Pad-
railroad. I shall in the near Draku, our teamster. Ue tries to accommodate -
son Ernest Taylor, Person Paddlson, TRAINS. ,illnon Miss Mrs W. H.
,
future jr., BwMleJMIllcr: ,
whenever all but much lumber la
review this condition of affairs in 10
fall to also the MUses DuBone
-Please write
you Klngan Hodgson, G. Scott and MU Bertha Scott.
detail, and substantiate state of affair to be hauled, and so much palmetto and
a
.
Miss Emma
Tenn.
the ADVOCATE.To Sprang-
receive of ,
,
wannee The following are the times of arrival
many of our growers pass over lightly, and Mr. and grass to be gathered for covering pines,
i of Philadelphia ads
ler, J'a'i and departure of passenger train to and Reading on this ,
in fact, Is the beginning of a Edwin S. Bender New York that he cannot do the work that needsto E3T page
course mapped out by those from whom The Deaf.A Mri. be done Jolt now. As the Masongrows from Titusville: are fire cents per line per week. )
had later hearts turn fearful of *OUTIUW>U.D.Leare .
7,1 a right to our
expect an entirely Water
different action, which will, at no dis rich lady, cured of her deafness and Little Brown Filters f 1.25 frost TUiuvlll date" intermediate for Port Laurie polo w J I aUJHpJnArrlvMroinJaciuionrJll : -One of the anti-germ water filters
tant day, retire u. from business. noises In the head by Dr. Nicholson' and $2.50 Claude Walton, agent. "3A jan be seen working at the ADVOCATE

Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to bit -buy or sell -Do you filter your drinking water f "M M" Baoford M . .""loft\\IX) .U. office. Bee ad on 3rd page.
y"We teem the tarot Institute, to that deaf people unable to -Do you propertyon
if our ?oarusoo.o.LearsTltuevllleforJxk.onvlaie. water Is the of much
Brink filtered water and keep Impure cause
leaden the Ear Drums may have them Indian }River If you do, write the pure ) .. .:30
procure I.m
Our advertisers, when writing or calling upon free. Address No. 1134, The Institute, Indian River Real! Estate Agency, Tltu- healthy. See those fine filters for sale by and InlarinixUat* point/ )I" 2dep.m: ilcknesi.. Remedy this by getting/ a fine

etc, would mention to purchase the VOO.ATL merchandise, 780 Eighth Avenue, New York, N. Y, yUle, Fla. See page 4. Claude Walton agent, 'rltusvllle M for aAfllrlS H 7C1O; sin t liter from Claude Walton, TUusvlll.







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6 f INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 29; 1899.I' ).

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hall from Paris. There were only twci

Vegetables leaflets of fur, and the reat were worked Florida Central andPeninsular
CHOICE
find a ready with the stitches, as shown. ....
The. /lace must lx of the heaviest

/ market-but only that farmer makes for this new work. Italian laces*
English point Spanish point and some .Y J
can raise them who has studied of the pretty French'iaces' are all suitable RailroadX"

and it is astonishing how much effect
the great secret' how to ob. a very little fur makes.Fashlon' ,

tain both quality and quantity Bcnoe 'IfIjA1 Unexcelled service from Florida to all points

t by the judicious use of well- Scalloped edges are very fashionableon r '; 4'9'4s: Ffch'ikq
jackets, sleeves oversklrts. etc.
East and
balanced fertilizers. No fertilizer A mouse gray felt sombrero with North West.

round crown and a band of two shadesof ,

for Vegetables can producea velvet twisted together presents a *

large yield unless it contains favorite wear. fall hat for golf and country Gt Two Trains daily between Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah, and Columbia, carrying


} at least 8% Potash. Send for Dark red. brown tan, biscuit and Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia With deepen for
fawn glace kid gloves will be much

our books, which 'furnish full worn this fall. +:' r/ I 40tj'- Washington Baltimore PMla. and New Yori
"
The heart, plain or "winged, solidor ,
information. We send them skeleton single .or double, rides v
t upon a very high wave of favor as the ,( I 45Q % toa' -n-=: Also with Cincinnatti Sleeper, via Ashevllle
:i .free of ..
j ; charge. groom's gift to ,the bride In form of"a *

t": brooch or pendant .

; '. I GERMAN KALI WORKS t Most of the nev fashions tend In the "Dixie' Flyer"
i f S.
direction of tight lacing. Princess
93 Nuuu St.,New York. .
t'f .. ._. gowns especially necessitate small
\ ,
Car Route between Jacksonville and St.
waists, and the enlarged hips point to Tri-WeeHy Sailings Through Sleeping Louis via


f NJV LACE MAKING.A that the same" means lyle result.meant carriage back.Dickens and" Style It declared Is certainly the BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. Lake City, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga and Nashua,


NOVEL IDEA MODELEDON RICH OLD, fashion to wear firm supporting stays, (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) :Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points in the Northwest
DESIGNS. which can easily be drawn a little

F tighter. The. Finest Steamships in i the Coastwise ServiceThe -
I { Lace Applique With Fur and PIcked Lat.t Shade of Hair. Through sleeping car service between j'acksonville 'and New Orleans

J q t, Out With .Jewel* Golden .Seal. Titian bronze, the new shade of hair.Is ?pi .M |he, .via River Junction and Pensacola.Full .

'. 44 Beavcaand Fine Sahle Par Intro- still too much of a novelty to be Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
I dnce t'pon the Heavier LRc*.. common, but who has not seen It and Direct Service Between I information on application to any agent of this company.


t, "." modistes In tentative Introduced(fashion what last some year of foreign them not ful hue longed? It for Is too tresses expensive of that an wonder.opera. Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points A. (X McDoncll, x L. A Sliipman,

tion to ever become the shade
popular
,
, now declare will bo the feature of the (Calling at Charleston, S. 0., both ways)
and
l coming season-to wit. lace applique no amateur at hair dyeing can ac- SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS General I Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt
f complish the desired result so the for
f : with fur nnd picked out with jewels. tunate few who locks of Southbound...................?... ..................... ... .from Lewis Wharf, Boston JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
Wa? ever such regality known since possess Northbound........;........r.......I. .................eft t of Hogan Street, JacksonvilleClyde's .
i 'TItian bronze need have little fear of ---- .
I t mediaeval days? Such. blending of the I II
'f many duplicates. St. Johns River Line.
I e I The art of hair dyeing has made ,, '

I t r ,. tremendous strides within the last few BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. Southern '
'
t 1 years, and there are artists in 1-
(.. that many Jackiot .'lie,Palatka,Banford,Enterprise,Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.. John's River. .
line whose work defies criticism. :
t STEAMER
."' another word for detection but Americans
, v.r class have "FKED'K DeBAKY." .- .Railway.DIRECT
as a not taken kindlyto s>
_.
i CAPT. W. A. SHAW. .
that 'sort of thing and the remark
that "she dyes' her hair" Is still considered Leave Jacksonville 3:30 p. m.,Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays. .
(. Leave Sanford 0:00: a.m., Enterprise 9:30 a: m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.,
1. by many as a term of reproach.The LINE-QUICK TinE
! t: Princess of Wales has a varietyof GehM Passenger and Ticket OffIce, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
I ::
,
. wigs, which she changes with her -TO-
W. WARBURTON. T. P. A., F.M.IRONMONGER, Fla. Pass.Aft.( ,
J toilets. On her return from a driveor 0 Howling Green,New York. I 204 West Hay St.,Jacksonville, Fla. WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA
"' reception another gown with its 0. P.LOVELL Asst.Fla. Supt.. I JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent. ,
, Jacksonville.Kla. | Foot Hogan: tit.,Jacksonville, Fla.
.
" \. accompanying wig; Is In readiness, and TJIEO. O. EGKIt!: T. M., 6 Bowling Green,New York. NEW YORK, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, AT.
that her locks are red and brown LYDE A CO.,
'f- today WM. P General Agents,
MEMPHIS.
tomorrow In nowise disconcerts the S Bowline Green.New York 18 80. Delaware Ave.. Philadelphia. LANTA. BIRMINGHAM. : OHATTA-

i ( t' NEW FDR LACE. : princess. All such matters are regulated I I NOOGA, ST. 'LOUIS, KANSAS CITY
rich and rare is a consummation that by custom and the
I tt day may
.' I Florida East Coast and' all Points East and West
. extravagant come when chemical h;r.r dyes or1 exchangeable Ry.
: ,4,' tastes of the hour. How to compass chignons tall be part of ,

f. fashion's demands In this particular : every'woman's wardrobe.-New York TIME TABLE NO. 21, IN EFFECT SEPT. 10. 1899. NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS :
,; how to arrive at this acme of the Herald. -

I \ superb and elegant. Is & problem for nil SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NOl TH BOUND (Bead Up). Tho New York and Florida Express,
a Citation In ,
but the most fortunate. Passing by Introduction 01\O"'T
N 0'18NoJa Via Savannah and Charlotte,N. 0
44 r the jewels for the moment an English Outside of'one's own house.every one STA.TIONS. DailT
I fashion should be careful In the matter of making allYI"'O" Daily ma.. The New York and Florida Limited
; J authority grapples as follows "'i .... .. .. .. .. ... T8 i !: ,
Loav. .. ...... ..Jacksonville.. ...... ..Arrive rap 05Itp10WaAt'r1ve '
; :, with what Is expected to be the dominant Introductions. A lady at afriend's ....................... bt.AUlru8twe :.....................Lea.e 6lOp: 943k62up Via Savannah and Charlotte, N.C.
r idea In lace Introduction houxe may safely Introduce two per. 10 aba Lea.......................St.Augdetine .......................Arrive Glop 940a The United States Fast Mail, '
t trimmings-the' 667pIIU'a' ................ .......Hn'ltlnzs... ......................Leave 9041ll
'; of fur as an applique on the sons whom she herself knows well. A ""t> loo Arrive,.... ............. .-.. .... alaska ...... .,.. ..........Leavt' .4 50p14tp VIA Savannah and Charlotte N. C.
manlUakes'
lace pattern: Introductions more carefully oik i1.'a,1'1\ .. ... ... .. .. !'lIlatka ....... .. .... ........Arrive a The Cincinnati and Florida Limited,
j : As these laces are likely to be very and both men and women must, .flllip Arrlvl'l' ...... ....... ..........Nan Maleu. ... ...............Lca.e ....... .!! Via Jesnp.
L l costly, and front, their nature only small first. Impossible. get the consent of thepersona '11Joft LeaVft .. .. ......:..........8&n Mateo .,.... .. ... ... .......Arri.e T -
I be It to be Introduced. An exception 81 p r0k ve.n.............. Jiaat 'aJatka......................Leave. 6'= 8asT48p1I Through Vestibuled Trains .Pullman Car*.
quantities can used. would be .. Drawing-Room Sleeping
i : (,lip ........................... Ormond ............ ............. .. 847p 113a ,
\: wise to devote a little time to producing to this rule which hardly needs to D .. ............. ............. ..........'.............. If 81111p 101.' Through Coaches.-Elegant Dining Cars.
5. ': at home short lengths, which will be noted comes when three or four Sup 1181 ...;...,......,. -......Port Orange.... ........... .. .... 82t1p 861. !
8 hip 1 Mp ....................... New 8myrlla ........................ 8011p 8 00a
" convert & simple dress Into a very persons are thrown together some of Illp! 22p: ......................... Oaktill.: ....... .................. 222p
, handsome one. Many will be whom are strangers .to all !but one of 9bOp SkIt ......................... Tttn viIJe.......................... 145p 8811 BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE.
gowns .... 8 Blip ......................... City Point ......................... ...;..
J., : made with a distinct front breadth the others. In this case to save awk ...... Ufljp ............................ Cocoa ............................ 1O715p p ....w
t". and these! front breadths are to be nar wardness a simple Introduction shouldbe ...... 841p ......................... Rocklodlfe........................, I' 104p..... Through Pullman Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and Cincinnati
...... 412))> .....................,... Ran Gallie ......................... 12 sap ......
tf'.;: row. The new fur lace will fall at the made. Some portions of genial disposition H.... 4 :lIp. '......................... :Melbourne........................ 1224p ...... 0.,Via Athevllle, N. C., and Knoxville, Through
hem, it will not need to bo full feel It necessary to Introduce, ...... 467p ......... ............... H08eland .......................... 1148& ...... "THE LAND OF THE SKY."
;:) put on ...... 601p ...........d;........,...... i'altl&n .......................... 1148& .. ...
.; t : In any way and It will bo repeated as n all persons In their Immediate neigh ...... b62p .......................... St. Luoht .......................... 1056. ...... '
A. vest, low !bodice height, the straight borhood at any social function. It Is ...... 616p/ ........................ Fort Pierce ......................... is 10IHa ...... Through Train via Southern Railway are now Operated in connection with
/, needless e 41p ............ .......... -....Eden .... ........................ ," 10 06a ,
it; portion Pqt In at the waist the scallops to say that this wholesale Introducing 'a 8411' .................... .......Jl'ulen........ .................. 1000a"l' o. the Plant System. from Jacksonville.
j 1 appearing at the top. The design which U entirely' a mistake and 200 aSOp!\ .............. ............IItuart ....................... If 850a 208
f that those who engage In It usually .1 '12t1p .............,.......... Robe Sound/ ...................,.... If 91\1& Daily \ _
, i' appears In the first cut Is exactly suit. 100p ........................ 'Velt Jupiter ..............,......,.; 907. I for Rates, Schedules and Information,call on or address
" ed., Thin foundation for the fur IsFrench make themselves very obnoxious to Slop N ....I......... ......Welt Palfti Beach ..................... 8
their acquaintances. A 'woman has IIBIOp ................... ........ Boynton........ .................. 8 A. OIRABDEAU, T. P. A.. or W. T. OO8BT T. P. A.,
I < batiste, and where these large 848p If ............ ..............Delray ........; ..?........ .4 167If 2ia West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
( bold mies'nnd the finer leaves art always moro freedonthan, a man In 9 Si .,..............- Fort Lauderdale....................... 107 RANDALL OLIFTON, District Passenger Agent Savannah Oa.
and t020p 11 ..1...... .... ........ Lemon City........... ............ 824 ,
making introductions for
shown It is there that the fur bas to be a man, 10 rri.e............................ Mtaml........................... 616. J. M. GULP W.A. TURK S. IL HARDWICK
applique, tho markings and the outline example will hardly offer to Introducetwo BETWEEN NE1V SMYRNA AND UA UL' C1' C Traffic Manager Get Pan. Aft.., Asst.Oen.Paw. Igt,
I worked eIther in buttonhole stitch or ladles' to each other unless he Washington, p. G Washington. a Atlanta.H.

r' with a .fine lace 'cord or in gold cord. knows them both very well.-Leah dpi 0 ITu o v........ ... ........ STATIONS.ew myrns...,..,.,., ..... .....,. r I o. p 2 660116Op 0. .. -- ... -.. '- ,--.. ---- .---
'. The scallops have a foundation of net. Lanceford in Woman's Homo Com 1121a ........................ Lak6Helen ....;......,...... ,... .. .Lv ly lop 1101402p
panion. 1180. ................ .Orange City N .
work the 11 //16p
worked
edge with French {05 1145aAr. .... .. ...Oran eClt Jnnotlon.,.,.......
:. embroidery cotton Nos. 30 and. 100 Leather'. Novelties. 1 trains between ew bmyrna and range City unction oily exc.p Sunday MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
, t and tho uniting bars have the
; picots
, Golf pocketbooks In a wide range of'colorlngs UKTWKKN 1't'I'USVII.LE AND fANKOKW.
; familiar to all lace workers. and .
of leathers .
a great variety No.U
: A golden seal, brown seal and beaver, are the latest addition to the leather !.o I OoaErTItua I .........o.u.Is............... ttusY e.u..a.........Ar T2S5 Florida, New York'',
aw the !best furs for the purpose unless 1 ISa: .......................................Mlm..L... 1I11 Philadelphia and Boston.
world. .2 It ......................................OuteenEnterprise....................................... ll7e.
line sable can: be used, but it Is Whip belts I made of Mexican cinch It ..........................,......... .................................... use From BruuBvrlck(direct),to New York.
possible to procure from furriers small ............................ .Enter rise Jnnetiorr.vnuun..un..u......... ." a ** 1"
leather and -fastened with a trace !ttAr... ...,....,................... ..}Ian ford...'...,............,..'................ 1100 h PASSENGER SERVICE.
cuttings which though Invaluable for buckle and strap aro tho favored of All tralun between Tituaville and !Stanford Dally e :cept" aunJay. To make connections with steamers, leave Jcksnnvllle
\ laco, are useful> for very few other purposes fashion to accompany a golf or rainy on Thursdays at 8:20 a.m.,via Fernandina and'Gov.;!.:Saaord'en

"I.l and some of the cleverest mak day skirt. 'IEYEST AND HAVANA. -(route.Cumberland Or, via Route all rail). Arrive, leaving Brunswick:Jacksonville 0 30 8:20 p.m.: a. Tlanet. (*.. C
) ers of this lace adopt their patterns to Feminine travelers or even those juston <_ P.).via Everett and Southern R'y. Passengers taking. sups!
the morsels they have In hand. a shopping tour will find tho new Te steamers of the Florida East Ooaat Steam h1p Company are appointed to sail a*follows! per aboard steamer that night.

Ih 1 For all such laces it is necessary to small leather hand bags flttcd-wlth Ink, STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUTHBOUND. PROPOSED SAILINGS
It : have some bold substantial flowers, ,
pen paper stamps comb powder puff
and it would seem that such laces L.,.New York,Pier 21 E.R.,8 KWp. m., (Standard Time.) !*,BrU lBWICk.
'
1 and toilet vinegar a great convenience.The Leave Miami: Sundays and Wednesdays Arrive Key West and Thurs
?;: never look so well as on a groundwork "slipper bag" of suede, with a days Leave Key West Monday and Thursdays; ; Arrive IJaviuia Monday Tueitday* au4J'rdIAY" Frl'lY' Deo. 1 ..................... .. COLORADO'.............r...............Friday,DM..I 5
of net. Hut It is always that Dec.. 8..... .... '....... RIO GRANDE . ............Erl'B1} | If j?
necessary silk lining and closed with a pretty Friday, 15.: ....,..,.COLORADO..Freda': 2'j
with the fur there should be a background bow and clasp, has found much favor NORTHBOUND.Leave Friday, 2'4........,....................RIO GllANDE..............-........... FricUji II

of either lace stitches or linen with the dancing set. ITavHOH Tuesday and Friday; Arrive Key West Tuesday And Friday*. For general. information,steamers,trains,rates, etc.,apply to
applique, which blonds well with the Olive green Is the latest suit Leave Key West Tuesdays and Fridays: Arrive Miami Wednesday and Saturdays.1)eparturca .
dark fur, that alone would scorn too and Is much preferred by femininityto case from Miami will b. mule boon a* possible alter arrival of train U BASIL GILL, Agent, 220 W.Bay St.JacksonvilleH.
; and somber Indeed on idling dayI' .II.RAYMOND,General Southern Agent;Brunswick,Ga.
, heavy the fur futnlllar
i the tan shade. Dy the way, These Time Tabloa show the times at wbioh trainsauii. boat* may Iwexptictoti to rrlTO_4
'; ought to be used sparingly, that It I ma belle uses a suit case quite as much depart from the several stations and ports, but their arrival or departure at the Um s O.H.MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20, E.River;and 386 Broadway,N.;Y,

1 t, may not be too heavy for the lace. as her masculine relatives and has one c stated n"
: A great recommendation In this work i of her own with her Initials on the end. For copy of local time card call at 23 West Ba71)tNllt.Jacksonville, or addressJ. j
a';J: Is that It gives plenty of scope for in She has found out long ere this how .P. BEOKYTOH, Traffic Manager J. D. RAHNEB, A..0.P. A.PLANT '

t genuity. I have chosen n leaflet (see much more they hold than a grip and -"t. u.-u"tln. .., If YOll toe Not
-
-
I',: second cut) that I have eeeu Introduced how conveuUnt they are for the fancy :

waist or dinner gown when going

r away overnight or for-short trips... SYSTEM. Found What

Nothing to Take hack You Want

"You can at least have the satisfaction . .

of knowing you stood by your "

4 principles. You have nothing to take it you are going anywhere, whether It be to the For a Home, suppose you take a trip down and look at out

back."That's" right answered tho candidate North, South East, West, Fruit and Garden Lands along the

who was packing a traveling bag. Northwest or Southwest.
"I have nothing to take back. The people East Coast

t around here who took my money Remember that the PLANT SYSTEM of railways and Steamship Lines with '

never give any change."-Washington gateways at Tort Tampa, Banford, Jacksonville, Charleston, Mongomery, Tifton .

Star _______ and various other points.wHh! Ita all the year round DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEis Settlers are flocking In but still there.. .' Is room. K you art
Information For the Yous.. the best route; and that Information can be obtained promptly by addressing '.I' F .
"Papa, what Is untold wealth or calling 011. looking this way, drop a line to.'" .

WORKED IN "That's what a good many people JAS. 8rdVIce.rre.Went,
Tug
LJUrUT F. M. Jolly, DivialonPassenger Agent : E. INGRAHAM ,
have when la
the tax assessor
on the top of'a low bodice, down, the procat" .
133 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla., "I "*
sides of the skirt and forming the border -Chicago Tliues-Uerald .;, FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y
"" Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Oa FLA.
of B. W Wrenn :
toss bei'tha.ou.unotber\ all' whjch : ST. AUGUSTINE,,






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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEM11ER 20, 1899. 7
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TITtfSVlLLE.
ST. AUGUSTINE. IIOCKLKDOK. .
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:yN': IAN:: RIVER: :ICTEL NOW

'TITUSVILLE HOTEL MAGNOLIA THE PLAZA HOTEL ROCKLEDGE, }'r A.
ST AU USTINE, FLA. ,

INDIAN RIVER, $12,000 expended on Improvements'and new furnishings last yenr, This handsome new hotel, located on the bank of the beautiful Indian River,
and $r ,OOO this season. Hydrniiltc Klcvntor, Hot and Cold In the heart of the far-famed Indian River orange region, Is now Ollerr for the
FLORIDA. Writer llatlison eAch floor; also Private Ratites added to several reception of guests. A more delightful and attractive locality cannot be
suites and lotting Arrangements are among the Improvements imagined than Hockled Its beautiful walks, romantic scenery, bearIng .
making this popular house onb of the most comfortable and'well orange groves, fine boating, fishing itnd hunting. Rooms with private
. J. O. BAST, Proprietor. equipped hotels the South. Write for booklet. bath. Rates f2.6u per day and, upward Special weekly rates.

PALMER A MAcDOWELL, Proprietors. S. II. PECK, Manager.:

--
The hotel fronts on the
wide of miles / Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alameda. KAU GALLII2.
sweep bay(7( The BUCKINGHAM
> is In width), formed by the Wide veranda! picturesque lawns. Home-like .
AIVHAIAIMJ 1
and Rates moderato.
.a Indian River, making It a cota\ortblo
delightful summer re .NOW OPEN. QEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor.
', sort. Constant cool Hotel Granada
,
7 wall'llimlu i i i tai I own .w "AI.I.li"
1 breezes from tho sea and EAU, FLA.
bay. Flowing sulphur' The NEW ALGONQUIN HOTEL ST. =IS r : ,
t s ,, ; ume springs. Special summer Half way down the East Coast, on the bank of Indian River.. Best
r.tcs. hunting and fishing point on the Coast. Everything new. No malaria.
...FRONTING ON TIlE PLAZA...
:
r Largo loom good b dlltple'n 1 of oranges and a IITAHA.XTEF.I. TAntE..
Under New and Liberal: Management. Most Centrally Located. ,', l' '.$2.00! ) to W.OO per lilY Special weekly rates ,

Tltusvillo Boarding ,Ih ltscs. Special attention to Tourist and Commercial travel.Grhnd view HALLECK WELLES, Proprietor. NOEL A, MITCHELL, Clerk.
v r of Bay and O/.oan from Verandas. The leading,Hotel. Open the j,
year round. Rates *:2 to $2.50 per day.. ; .
,
MRS. DEISNER'S BOARDING, HOUSE'TlUSVII, U B, FL J ()BS.
.. :' F, C.; HAYDEN, Manager. '
.
Board and room, $1.00 per day When in need of white.or rye Bread, pies, Last Two. Years Ma4agerOcean, View Hotel. -
"
'
cakes, etc., go to Mrs.'Delsner's- .City Bakery. Yachts. boarding houses, ; :
hotels and families supplied.BOUKNIGIIT'S The N Netherby On-Indlan-Rlvor.
'ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. jOEY,
The St.
George F. S. TY Lan, Proprietor ,

BOARDING HOUSE, 1'ITtiSVILLE, FLA, 11. S. GRKEX, Manager., Ono of the loveliest locations on the river. All modern Improvements.
Hot and cold baths. Sulphur: Spring. Excellent: drinking/ water.
Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One 'Dollar per day. Corner of the Plaza and St. George Street. In the.'very center'of the Plenty of fruit and Ice fIsh, Oysters and fresh vegetables In abund
Special rates by week or month. ance. :Northern cooking llonun handsomely furnished with all the
:C. nOt! (NIGUT, Proprietor. city. Strictly first-class In every ,respect. Rates) $2.60' per, day and comforts of n (soma. Bouts, Train stp, at Ruxton sliitlon' on the
upwards.' Special weekly and party mtcs. plantation. Pineapple) dish let. Mrs. M. A. C'UltTIS, Manager.1II.NSIN. .
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JACKSONVILLE' AHferritt's

PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. \ -


Hotel Elathhun OLD.... This hotel is now :)pen, frfr ROOMS.ONLY. It Is centrally located, near JENSEN, FLORIDA.
CAKT.ETON. Postofflcp. Bank and Cathedral. Al Fresco Hotel.

Rooms, 50cts to $1.00, per day; 1.50 to $0.00 per week. BREVARD'COUNTY

V. T\ SANCHEZ Manager.
J, J.. JENSEN: Proprietor.

Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. i St. Goorgo Street.ST. New House! ; boot accommodations on Iho Knst Count; table frst-nlass and
Family hotel; steam beat. OPEN'YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill HOTEL ABBEY every convenience and comfort.! Mot." mid cold baths; modern I Improvements.In .
,, AUGUSTINE, FLA. the center of I ho famous I'lnt'IIJ1"lleclloll; clime la the Inlet; Fish and
rooms attached Florida trado catered for., Rates from
especially Oysters Iti abundance. Terms moderate, .
This delightfully located hotel, near tho City Gates, overlooking
$3: to $1. per day. Special rates by the week or month................. old Fort Marlon and the bay, now open for the season, under the Don't Full to Stop| at Jensen When Visiting Indlnn Klvcr.

c.,A.. MERRITT; Lessee.orrtt's management of P. M. Snare, of the Everett House, Saratoga ---.- --;

Springs, N. Y. For rates and other particulars apply to VEST PALM iii':AO II, .
V. M. SUAREZ; St. Augustine, Fla. '. ,

The.Everett House, Saratoga? ,.Springs, N. Y. will be open'Jllno 1,1900.SEAI1I113EZI2. '" '

Hotel Placlde.; > f.. / THE SEMINOLE.WEST. : : PALM 1JKACH I FLA.


j Undor New Mnniigement.) Open| the Year Round Excellence of .

THE COLONNADES SEABREEZE, FLA.. Twenty minutes, Quinine- specialty.( Raton .:l.IiO to $:J.CO per day '' "
The first-class Hotel in the conducted the
only State on European iHL
by 'bus from DAYTONA Station.
IroH Lur '
Our 40 cts. Meals are the liberal and SEAGLE Proprietors
plan only. Special most
Electric Light, Steam heat, Private baths, Boating, Fishing, Surf
popular served In the city. Open all the year. 'Bus meets all trains. Bathing Ocean pier ,and pavilion. Best bicycle roads In the -- .
OAINI S\'JLL'I? :. '"I.<
'CHAS..COUCH, Resident Manager. State. Buy tickets via F. E. C. Il'y'to Daytona, ; .

I J. P. VINING, Manager. 1
--- --- I'" Largest and best Hotel

THE ST. JAMES JACKSONVILLE, FLA. PALATKA.PALATKAFLA. BROWNgHOUSE,! ;J. GAINESVILLE: FLORIDA

., Season'I'SI-WOO.! ) Now Open.
.....THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED{ AND RENOVATED.... 1'JNO.

'The St. '.Tames needs no introduction to visitors to Florida. From a small beginning GRAHAM HOTEL 1 Brick Hotel, .Overlooking St.-Johns River. S. BOWEN,
in 180, the St. James increased in size and added to its appointments '
with increased popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. Rated f2.f per day; Weekly and monthly. rates. >Convenient to nil Manager, formerly "Placlde," Jacksonville, Fla.
The location Is unsurpassed, being on the highest ground in Jacksonville, boat landings'and Railroad Depots. WATKINS LEE, Prop.. .
Also of the Old W. Va. ----- -- --- -- ---
Proprietor Sweet Springs ------ ---- -
'facing the St.'James Park. Baggage checked to all 'points. ,
Its music, as in the past seasons, will be furbished by Prof. Ed.'Prouty's .
Orchestra, ,and will be of the high grade. This house, as in the past, is under DoLANJ). FOR &AJL* .
the management of J. R. Campbell'and everything will be done for the com
fort'and pleasure of guests. Address by mail or telegraph, Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla.
College Arms DELANO, FLORIDA.
HoW Acres of Land. .
,,' ,
WINDSOR HOTEL...
,
$
Is about one hundred miles south of .f Jacksonville. Is of easy access to travelers
by the Plant System, being f on the DeLand Branch I, five miles from JieresforJ r "
Its located on high, rolling pine land. There are orange groves and pleasant :
drives In the vicinity. There are some fifteen miles of shell roads about the
town, making it a paradise for riders. The sanitary arrangements are of the
latest and most improved. The hotel Is lighted by electricity and heated with
steam, while in every room is an open fireplace. There has boon an addition
of seventy-five rooms with private baths, arc single or en suite. The cuisine 44iktr
.e= t will be kept at a high standard A first-class livery Itablo' conncctod, Themilk
and cream Is supplied by a private dairy of Jersey cows. Vegetables are
from the home farni. The water is supplied from an Artesian well. Terms, M .. r sl4.P4at
$3 per day and'upward.' Special tit families. For further Information address r {

C. W. RIPLEY, Manager, Hotel College.Arms, DeLand, Fla.
: : RIpley's Summer Resort, The Sipplcan, Marlon\ Mass,
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OPPOSITE CITY PARK, ThU !. Simply Awfnl.Mrs. A UreiK Worker. t
RATES, $2.50 and upward. '. DODGE & CULLENS., I .', lioiipeck-Dear, dearl I left my Mrs. Mary A. Livermore, In spite of ; "
watch up stairs oil ,the bureau and 1 her 73 ,yours and her recent widow. '
hood, bus resumed bur public work J<
feel too tired to go after It. "
West, Bay and Cedar Streets, not only presiding at the fortnlgbtly
WESTMORELAND HOTEL. Henpedc-Well!' If ;you'll Just wait
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. around long enough IfU run down.- meetings of the Massachusetts Woman mr
Philadelphia Record.A Suffrage association. of which she Is _
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened -' president 'but lecturing as usual for
Coat of the 8e*.on. many charitable and philanthropic ob
this season, Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold water coat for walking, driving jects. In a prlyate letter to a friend !
The English ( Located ut SAnNO, three quarters of n mile south of EAU GALLIE,
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or 'depot.' All shooting fishing, golfing, cycling, she says: "Among the la words of FLORIDA, on the Kuu Gallle River leas than hull iv* wile from the

streetcars pass the door. Rooms 50c, 75o and $1 a day. Rooms and etc., Is distinguished by a special lea,, Mr Livermore was his! wish that I Indian River, and two and a half miles from the,Ocean. The property
ture the cutting of the sleeve and would .go on as I had. been lI+lng.
board $2.00 to $2.50 day. work la two hundred miles south of Jacksonville, on the Florida East: Coast :
per shoulder of tIll coat In one piece. This 'Dou't give up any you are engaged
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. coat Is usually amply suppiXl: with In, only try not to overdo. Railway, with the Railroad Station,adjoining the property. Buildings
pockets, and It may have a fly front or have great need of work now. It Is to, erected in 1800, and some of them have never been occupied, the origInal
me moro than money; sympathy; foodor owner having (111.110 few months, after their completion
New Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE, >L-A. ralmeut. I must live worthily., I The hotel -was opened for al out two months prior to the owner's
cannot bo overborne now at the cloMo'of death, and has npt been used linee. All the buildings were erected

Under entire new management. Newly furnished and renovated. Cool,' lonellncHH.my life by And sorrow the very, depression last work and I the most substantial manner and are now in excellent condition. The

quiet, and comfortable.. Electric lights and bells. Croquet, tennis and shall relinquish Is work for suffragefor hotel and cottages are completely furnished, and very little of the fur
bowling alleys. Good fishing and boating. Special table d'hote dinners r women, as It underlies the whole niture! has ever been used, There are two artesian wells), twenty cls r,

t served every day at C p. m. We supply the table with fresh vegetablesfrom matter of women's advancement. terns connected, with sewer e\c, .
our own garden; fresh eggs and chickens from our own poultry Boston Woman's Journal. The (property cost the original owner $18,000 ,and will be sold at a :

yard; good rich cream from our own cows. Pay us a visit.. Within ." sacrifice. The above cut fairly represents the property. '
Munr Tlui.. \VldoW', For particular apply to or address,
two blocks Jf the Ostrich Farm. New 'phone 317 i Senora Key Castillo a Mexican lady, EZRA 1?. HATCH'' Hon. I), L. GAULDKN.: W... ,A, WARNOCK,

surely holds the world's record for Caretaker on preml". Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner. d
multiple widowhood, as she has worn Eau Gallic Florida<< Tltusvllle\ Fla. Jamaica, N. Y. (
GRAND VIEW Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA the weeds seven times between the --, -.- -. -- --.-- -- --'''-- .----- 4
I QIi years 1880 and 1805. A curious feature

Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new Post Office and of the case I III that each of her consorts NIC ARE'S0al ]
violent but different exit from
found
a
street between
,
Government Buildings; centrally located on, Forsyth
life. The first fell out of a carriage, .. -I IDE1'OT'rOR'
Bridge and Clay streets, on high and spacious grounds. Very pleas- -' ,
the second took poison by accident, the
ant Parlor, Office and Dining Room also large Ilnd airy sleeping apartments third perished by.a mining accident, !
single or en suite, well and newly furnished with Modern Im the fourth shot himself, the fifth was
provements; Elevctrlc Bells, Hot and Cold Water Baths, etc. Popular I killed while bunting, the sixth met his Bart h o lo na y's Rochester Beer 11 11VJDe :

Prices. E. II, SANBORN, Proprietor. s death by dropping from a scaffolding, :
r THE coir COAT. and the last was drowned. '
the outside Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
be closed with buttons on
HOTEL OXFORD JACFSOTVOLposit St.,James Hotel> As a raglan coat for driving It is Mlt About lb. .!.. of H. ItCJAN'rR LUNCH 12 to :2I'. M. 25 OI NTS. ,I i'
In tweeds, with velvet collar; for cycling Dlx-Give It time and the truth will 130 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida.1 1

Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms. comfortable and traveling and general purposes out.111xYes. I've noticed that In timeIt ___- =__ _. __ .. H
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drab ;
mixed fawn, or gray
homelike stay, and Rates special'very reasonable.efforts made to Give give the all Oxford who stop a trial at the when Oxford In a pleasant Jacksonville ., Dew coatings It appears Lincoln, while In green for colors golf are red exhibited.and the It gets doesn't so even thoroughly leave a out trace of some behind.men Remember the ADVOCATE does Job Printing.> r

MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. 'Chicago' News.


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8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 29, 1899

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.' MORE ABOUT-THE CHARTS, MASONIC LATION ELECTION AND BANQUET., INSTAL- ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll <& Goldsmith,

Mr. IfAfrlntrton and the Canton Company
4 Writ A1>ont It. GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All Kinds
,
...L'a"y ora... ,
IrARRINOTON' A regular communication of Indian and Tinware. Your
MR. :tETTEB. Crockery, Glass patronage Solicited.TITUSVILLE .
No. 00 was held at the _
River ,
Lodge
K Frederick, Md, Deo. 23, fan!). Masonic hall, at Indian River hotel, TI. .. .. .. .. .. FLORIDA a
WILL PRACTICE IN STATE ANDUNITED
. Dr. J. If. DIXON, Titusvllle, Fla..,
tusvllle, Wednesday evening.,: The communication -
DEAR Sm:-An'article written b.1tfr.
was called for the purpose STATES COURTS.

papers Andrews, has, clipped been forwarded from one to of your me here.It local. of electing,: add installing for the officers transactionof for the :EJ. :z:..,. :S :C-z' :seo.:
ensuing Masonic ,
BENJ. W JEROME probably did not occur to him that business! and year of dues. Having ... Seed Fertilizers &
payment Groceries Grain. Hay Garden Staple Fancy Groceries
,,,
the public which he Is so much more attended to all business brought before Abstracts of Title Fruit
anxious to protect than the other members the Lodge, an election of officers And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground
State Representative PENNSYLVANIA are I 18 not In a position to judge: oft took place, the result being as follows; Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: in
IRON WORKS CO. the propriety of his strictures. So in the Furnished to lands in Brevard and Dade the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your
the :Sale: of GLOBE GAS ENGINESc ,1 first place, he is unfair to his dear public A. A. Stewart, worshipful master. Very truly, 'E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville patronage Fla.
c :Marine and Stationary. for whose welfare he Is so perturbed. B. R Wilson, senior warden.J. Counties. LLosley' ,
To discuss "a pig in a poke" is unfair to R. Walker, junior warden.
; Selling Agent COr.MAN ACETYLENE, the pig. J. M. DIxon: treasurer. / -

.... HAS MACHINES. Safest, Cheapest Mr. Andrews, as a member of the F. A. Morgan secretary. We have a large Hal. of
:Motlow
I F and Best light for private dwell. Board of Education, was entitled to J. L. Carruthers, senior,deacon. & <
Ings and stores. count in business with- A. Froscher, tyler.!
one deciding any
; .A.j, and in Its province, but a decent respect for F. S. Chaffee, >t Btowara.. L .A. I'r':: :: :0 S (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.) 1
For prices, catalogues estimates,, the other members' opinions would have C. II. Walton, \

r., I: address, prevented his Indignant insistance on M. S. Sams, marshal. Brands of Wines Rums
Domestic. '
and Brandies Gins
Foreign and
.. +(' BENJ. W. JEROME, counting two or three.In M. English, bible bearer. owned by ourselves and clients. Price. Whiskies

1'1) Rockledge, Fla. the meeting at Cocoa, Mr. Andrews Archdeacon B. F. Brown chaplain. for unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00 Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout. .
.'. .mar/ asserted that the' New Century Combination After the election the members of the
charts, which the Board finally Lodge formed two's, and marched to the per acre. A First-class Line: of Cigars. ...* Billiard and Pool Tables;'

" ...THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.. purchased, were excellent, and the best Presbyterian church, where the elected Family and hotel trade l Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention /given to mall
be had ever seen. In this article I see and appointed members of Indian River order.
he such words "fake "obsolete"cheap installed orders. Cash must accompany your LOSLEY& MOTLOW, Titusvllle,Fla.
'by
; uses as Lodge No. 00 were duly WE have a few Residence, Orange
John Now If Master 0. U. Stewart.
Brewing Associations'Fumous etc. a person Deputy-Grand '
.': expresses himself. liking very much, The proceedings of the Installation Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable .
.,. !. and disliking very much, the same thing, were carried out in a very Impressivemanner INSURANCE. Protect Your
, ,. i St.Louis Keg and Bottled Beer. how are we to know when he Is "talking and the large: audience present locations' Prices Reasonable. FIRE
through his hat?" gave the ceremony their strict atten- Property gLIGHTNING st ,
Bold by Mew.Lonlejr'& Motlow, Tltniville,'Fla. As a.matter of fact, all the counties tion. A very eloquent Masonic addressby ---
: : L.nc9.: C YGLONZ
.'' By Mr. R.L. :Motlow, Cocoa, Fla. around you are now using the same goods Archdeacon B. F. Brown brought the i, TITUSVILLE ;S.I .
i.' fr, By Mr.W.J.Tucker, Cocoa& Fort Pierce, Fla. essentially as you provided and they are proceedings at the church to a close. OFFICES 1 and MIAMi. represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
all well pleased. One county has pur- The members nf the Lodge and visiting IOllorance'Company. Am also Agent.for Surety Bonds of the City

I K JOSEPH ZAPF... chased the. third time to supply new brethren then wended their way to Invest. Safe Deposit &\Surety Co., of.JPhiladelphla, Pa.

schools. If' Mr. Andrews Is right not the Indian River hotel, where Manager Market For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCIIUYLER,
{t ,',: ...Sole Agent.CIO only the other members of your Bonn Bast had an excellent supper prepared : East Coast Meat Titusvllle, Fla-
F1, but all the other people are wrong. Such for the Masons and the lady members of .
men as sit on juries to try cases wheremen's their families. Covers were laid for
( to 020 West Bay Street, of the G. F. DUREN, Agent.
property, reputation and life are about sixty, and all who parto'ok

" JACKSONVILLE, FLA. In jeopardy, make up the membership oi supper speak In high terms of the man. A NICE CLEAN SMOOTH SHAVEyou
'" school boards. The questions coming ner in which it was prepared. <<: ;, ,
before them are such 'as common sense ..- -- A
: settle. cnc;
can
'CANCER The charts to date A Beautiful Winter Home ::>
purchased are up ,
at HOME. S
CURED can always get when
you you use a Griffon
and treat all the subjects taught in a S

NO KNIFE, NO CAUSTIC. common school In such a way as to make For sale very cheap, on east side of =' razor. We have the finest stock of high
hem very clear and interesting to tbepupU. Hobo Sound, Indian River; opposite -- r
grade fine steel
' TREATMENT PAINLESS. The use of them In the schools is : store, postoffies and express office; about / tempered Griffon razors,

Bellevlew Sanitarium, a matter of economy, because they save : 15 acres, 300 ft. river ahd Atlantic ocean that are guaranteed,to be the best and most
BELLEVIEW, fc ,- FLORIDA. some books, and insure much more efficient front; seven rooms, bath and screened rid .A cn; that is
made. Our
/ work on the part of the teacher verandah. Ground irrigated by windmilland =' -<<: vV1i9 satisfactory : stock of fine

They are necessary and practical in all large tank. Good wharf and warehouse C/a; OOOII 3 cutlery in table ware, pocket knives, razors,
the schools. Not only all teachers who also 4-room bathhouse on ocean =
""h- I HEAR & TAYLOR, are really interested in their work, but beach,;}mile from residence. Cocoanutsand TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ./' t I scissors and shears are the best manufac

all people who have the good of the ornamental plants. Apply for illustrated i tured.

f' : an5JJ r Artesian WellCONTRACTORS children at heart approve bf the use of booklet, price etc., to / iililU
$. Unstinted matter of this kind. CIIAS. R. SEKJEANTBOW George Peeples... t H (
If Mr. Andrews can duplicate the or 321 Jackspn Building, JAS PRITCHARD & SON
X ;
,'
,:. *fiiI =* der given I by your Board at as low a price, Nashville, Tenn. aovr.r"r ,
ant-
II'
; k.rW; .' I $ 1 hereby agree to make him a present of Old Gibson ...Tinsmith. .
" ] ; A one hundred ((1100.) dollars. No reliable bnlldlne next TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.OST.a. .
: IW .f Eau Gallia Fla. door to Carruth-
For Sale.
person has ever made an offer to furnish' era' barber shop.Washington ,
.... TITUSVILLE, FLA.
< these goods or others of even approximately Ave.
, :1: 14 choice land, at' Georglana,
: equal value for so small an ex- acres
Gutteringand
Tlnsmithing, Roofing,
B': P. L. Turbyfill, illustrated tense. To purchase apparatus all In the separate subjects sets in fronting cultivated.Indian$1,100.00 and Banana; terms Rivers to suit, partly all kinds of repair work promptly '

,. Address, attended to..
: would entail an expenditure of
I' many The profit and more, on SHOES. ,
: lines that incurred.by Board. COURTLAND BUCKMAN, Work from down the River solicited. .
; Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. The proposition was your based on yoururnlng 22 Hogan st., Jacksonville, Fla. We offer several pairs, most men's

fat inthe ,old charts, which treat \ $3.50, $4.00, and $5.00, sizes 7, 7J

' t I have'some of the finest horses and only one subject, and that In a confused Eggs. for Hatching. MAINHARD BROS., s and 0, now at.. . ... . ..
nanner. I waived that point temporarily ,
'carriagesln this section of the country. believing,: that you will gladly ask me White Plymouth Rocks the coming,: .JUST HALF.

Call and see me. Reasonable rates. 1.0 take them oil your hands when you fowl, exclusively. Stevens' Imperial Cleaning and> Dyeing V
see how the new charts completely fill strain mated with cocks Imported fromA.
,
ft. P. L. TURBYFILL, the bill. I have them on hand to quote C. Hawkins, the famous breeder of .Send us yourorders for BUTTERICK PATTERNS. .

: very "cheap" stuff when the price rather Jocks. Eight breeding,: pens after Jany. Establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing
's' 'Waynesvllle, North Carolina. than the real merit l is the desiratum, or let, 11>00. Price to suit everybody. cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. Chas. A. Gardner, -I Titusville, Fla.
8Jan l I can throw In a few, "cheap" charts n. FBIEDLANPER, Interlachen, Fla. '
whore a considerable number of ours areuirchasod. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

JOHN E. WALKER
y The Gem Barber Shop.
,
rf.&r} Furthermore and finally, the purchaseof .
TlioO1O ,I3reWerytk"c these goods does not Impose an extra Christmas '
, '
) Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving Shampooing Furniture
of the nIce Cream Parlor. '
>penny expense on people. It la ;
Porcelain Bath Tubs with
West Bay St Jacksonville etc.,
Imply the utilization of a part of the and New Years
Electrical Baths attached. Everything ,
FINE undo, for what is generally admitted tobe I Water
Millinery Soda
the best purpose. Ten days-sixty up-to-date. O. P. HUNTINGTON, Prop. I
333 West Bay St Jacksonville.A Buyers.. .
j
Wines Liqnors and Cigars. hour taken off one term, pays for the :
! goods which will pay their way every Dry Goods H. (Fount and: bottles.)

Anheuser-Busch Extra Pale.on Draught. year for ten or fifteen years to come. Beautiful and Valuable Home Have just received an elegant: line of ,Cigars & Tobacco.
Thu Physiology charts alone are worth for Sale at a Bargain, figs, raisins, walnuts, filberts almonds, 11
Fine Cold Lunch Served Notions etc.
a Dally. moro to the public, than the whole combination pecans, bananas, oranges, cocoanuts, ,
n
The best. of Service and a nleasunt quiet and the other goods hava cost At Mlcco, on Indian river, Fla., con- dried peaches, apricots and apples; also Confectionery, etc..

sesort. JOHN F, MUNCH, Mgr. you, and no one will be burdened by the slating,: of 10} acres, a well built, two- call you attention to our candy, the best "Star Building." : ; ("at the old stand.")
action of the Board. Very.truly, tory house, 7 -rooms; a two-story store and purest in the market, is put up in
' : JOHNSON LAW COMPANY. GEO. W. HARRINGTON. building, 18x32ft., handsome front lawn, fine one pound boxes or the cheaper Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mall orders receive promptand

r. : shaded by palm trees; a 300 foot dock; grade in 30 pound pails. Can buy in any careful attention. Yours for business; JNO. R. WALKER.
'., -,? ; .., THE CARTON COMPANY'S LETTER. 2 50 budded orange, tangerine: and grapefruit quantity. All kinds of canned goods.
.r
, II Chicago, Doc. 20th, ISO!). trees; 150 sour trees, ready to bud; Our stock nice and fresh, A I.: Money V
EDISON L-ALANDE, ilr. J. :MARION DIXON, !iOO' ) young nursery stock; artesian well: saved customers.
Titusvllle, Fla. 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distributerover
SAMPSON NO.2
DEAR SIR:-Following up our letter of place; 1 acre woort shed for pIne- John B. Massa, BROTHERSL"

and DRY BATTERIES, I yesterday, we today communicated with apples; a. few hundred Porto Rico pineapple 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
FOR' GAS ENGINE IGNITION. Mr. Knowles, showed him the copy of plants; railroad station on west
I, the Star which you sent to Mr. Harrington tine of this ,place; tramway running to KNAUER '
I and asked him what It meant. river front on the east. This place to be WM. GROCERS
\
PALATKA FLORIDA.
Let us say at the outset that our seriesof appreciated must be seen. The very Wholesale dealer inC.AN' ,
-' Charts Is a specialty, published by us handsomest place on the river. The
: and handled by us alone and l Is not put land l Is of the best hammock Orange :OZ.Duy \We make a Special Feature of our
on the market In a general way and sold tree nearly 1\1110 bearing: now. .
j' through jobbers. Apply to D. L. QA.ULDEN, AttyTitusville .? '
Mail Order
.J Mr..Howies, however, stated that he Fla. your candy from the Whole- Department.Knowing ; .

had some, charts of another publisher, .&
/ which are gotten somewhat the sale Candy House. Call or
up on and interest how difficult It is In localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
most
IR''ix peculiar some
plan of ours, but are a. much cheaper VISIT the
very write for prices.: of having them filled
CHEAP families send their orders with the assurance
can j
article, which he has advertised to some ,vr-2 sight in America . .. us. be satisfactory.
will
Address: promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices
extent through circulars at a low price.
We the in East Florida, and hare
most stock of House
carry complete any Grocery
lie also said he had written a letter to THE FLORIDA.
Corner of Madison and Adams Sts.
'
down many articles not usually found In other and smaller houses,
someone there-we think Mr.
Sam-In reply to a letter from Mr. Same, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. WSEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST..

x that ho could furnish this cheap chart at OSTRICHJACKSONVILLE.Farm t ,
$0 and the combination chart at $7 r 50.
\: In explanation of this would say that he .' The Three Whys. E. A. WADDELL
I't : cannot furnish our chart at $7.50 or at ,
', any other price, and the only authority -
t : Full line of Electrical Supplies. for his quotation was based on the fact WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD Miami City and Dade County -

JOHNSON LAW CO. that he had a few sots on hand of an old with| stale food, when you can
i': .33 & 61 W. Fornyth St. Jacksonville Fla. edition of our chart which he had taken buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird Real Bureau.
up In exchange, with some School Board Food fresh every day at 25o per Ib ; sent Estate

Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suckers lie had only a few of these, however, and anywhere lOc extra to pay freight.

r. for Sale. was anxious to got rid of them at any WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER
price, are being a very old edition they when you can get a bottle of'l'hf" '-A select list of- .
Abbakas are practically valueless. Chill and Fever Tonic
Egyptian and Golden Queen guaran-
Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and Rod Of course it was a very strange thing for 50c. :Buy Uiseayiie: Property; ,
for him to do to quote prices on our
Spanish. Apply to suffer from a splitting HEAD-
MADUOCK & MATTIIAMS, !roods when he knew he could not supply ACHE, when you can get a bot. City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable: Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Prosphate and

, : VPalra:! UOI\Qb.l'lncry." them, but it was doubtless his Intention, tie of Thomas' headache Cure, that will ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.
/
:{"rw ". West Palm Beach, Fla. In case an order came In, to either ship cure you In short order for lOc.II .
this old edition, which really treats on For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
: i'' R. THOMAS Chemist and Druggist.
not half the.subjects treated by MILLS
our present ARMOUR & CO.Fertilizers. AIRMOTER WIND ,
\/ The Orlando Nurseries edition, or else to ship the other and LaVilla Pharmacy, Chicago, Ill. Chicago, 111.
chart somewhat similar JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
cheaper
of a nauro. -
Avenue D Bank FLORIDA.
over MIAMI
Offer for November and December delivery .
15,000 choice budded and These are nil the f"ctslo the case, and Palmetto Drug Store Daytona
grape fruit trees. ; are fouryoara orange old; sour It thero Is any way in which you wish us high Nearly wetgbing250toNIOpounds 200 RlRftntlo binds< standing euoh.8 to Ostrich 10 feet :E E. M= S., T: ,. TITUSVILLE, }'J.ORlD'J

orange stock. 5,000: sure bearing fig to substantiate them further we shall bo neM, eggs,ontrlch sitting and baby oatrkhe Drugs, medicines,chemicals. ,fine toilet *J
trees, Peach, 1'Ium.l'oftran could be purchased at such a figure Is enoort visitors through the farm, eipUlulnK toilet articles in .
1 fancy great variety.M.
trees, all leading and l best varieties, all about the birds their iienu habits,
absurd
: and the proposition which Mr. IfusTOX, propr.
25,000 camphor trees, Imported seed. "SUIU&"O, etc sea
Everything carried by ,Irst-chusa nursery. larrlngton made your people was the =S
best far know has =>
that been
so
as we ever -
Write for prices, C=0eo
; toGEO.. made to a School Board on these goods. .22t
H. WinaiiT .
cro.PQ
General Manager Orlando Nurseries. Wo shall be glad; If you will keep us INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY. "Ol\d c::> .
... advised as to the progress! of affairs down .' p t ti =
hero, and also send us another copy of TITUSVILLE, FLA. = e::,,::) s:->>-
Subllol'lber.lour:: attention Is drawnto the Star or other to. ..:
some paper as we i .
18 prepared to furnish Ice in any ..quantity-Sacked. or loose. Special attention. t?
the nauie-and-date :
slip pasted! upon lay forward the copy you sent, to Mr.
;your paper or wrapper If you are In lanington. Very truly yours paid sacking for Yachts or for family use, Fair dealing' Is iny motto. I

arrears, please remit. TUB CARTON Co T. T. WETMORE, Proprl tor. ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS, BLACKSMITUING, ETC.

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