Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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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 21, 1900
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00103
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS ,rr Deed blanks sold at this office. STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES, -Rev. Father O'Boyle, who speml -We are plonwed to note that III r, Win. Mr. Catto every success. In his now under
Gardner's, Titusville. most of his time at Daytona I returned this Treutler, of Kail. HI,11I0. who has been taking.: The stud at the United States
TOYS home In Titusville on Tuesday quite 111, is now on the road to r"covery.Major hotel, Is as follows: R. H. Muir, cashier -
of' General Titusville. -Editor E. J. Seymour, of Freeze or
And Topics Interest. ; Benj. O. Whitney, room clerk ; F. U.1I1II'h .
No Freeze, returned to town on Tues -Mr. J. A. Booth, of Brantley who H. J. Titlinof Montreal, Canada -
-Mr.L. M. Murray, one of the popular has been of his passed through Tltusvillo Tuesday. steward ; Chas. LePriiglo, chof.
day. to Quincy to' bury one ,
Rend nd Itli
knights of the arrived town on
TUB EAST COAST ADVO 'VTR Is on gripe yes -Mr. J. O. Walton returned to Jack- children, passed through here", Tuesday, on route to his winter residence and or. I pugo.
Bale at; the following news-stands, at five terday. en route home. tinge grove at Courtonay. Mr. II. W. S !arlns, cashier of Hotel
.tents : Mesdames S. F. Travis and W. II in- sonville, this week, after a trip along the )Royal 1'.>lm'lnlla, IItel'l'e.lotT tho southbound
per copy East Coast. -Mr. Chas. H. Watson a former rosl -Tho many friends of Mrs R. Chapman .
die of Cocoa visitors to Titusvlllo ,
Tltusvllle-B. R. Wilson & Son. were train for a few minutes Monday
,* on Saturday.Mr. dent of Titullvllle, WI\II passenger oTuesday's of 225!:! Laura street, Jackmtvlllo, last huvo short chat his Titus.villa
J. B. Screven. -The site of the postoffice at Riviera, \ to with
bo bo know
northbound train en route to'' will pleased to that this lady
Jacksonville-Rathbnn hotel. L. C. Demaree, a former popu- Lake Worth, has been moved onequartermile Jacksonville.Mr. Is about again, after being conllnud to friend I who aio always pleased! to
Windsor hotel. school teacher in Titusvillo, is spendingthe north. I' her since last with Inflammatory see him on Indian" Rlvor. Ho was on his
room September -
Duval hotel. winter in Daytona. number of have been C. W. Woodworth, of Berkeley, iheiimatlsm.Mr. way to Palm bench for tho season, liiw-
-Quite yachts
News stand, Union depot a California, was among the many arrivals log stopped over at Daytona a couplo of
'. McNamnra Dozier, 201)( Messrs. John II. Sams, M. S. Sams, anchored at Titusville during the past at the I Indian River hotel, Tltunvllle, onWednesday. Tom Johnson, LaOrangn's; prom.- days or so to ilo a little hunting.: One
West Bay street. Chan. It. Sams, J. F. Mam and the Misses two weeks. IniMitl cooper, has boon erecting a big nUll nlng ho bagged 'Jl I <|iiatl.
Catherine and. ( Fanny Sams: of Courte- -Mr. E. L. Brady one of our promi tank for Mr. Fwd F Taylor, at
1), C. J. It. f'ampboll of the /St.
from ,
nay, were in town last Saturday. -A telegram Washington, Manager
the Indium hotel
I River Tirtiavlllo. Mr.
visit Jackson
merchants to
nent paid a ,
uarReadinl{ notice ads. are ten cents says that the Senate: hits confirmed the James, Jacksonville, will run the cafe
LADIES' and CIII LDHEN':4: :: JACKETS ville this week Taylor says: ho Is very much pleased
per line on this pace. nomination of Mr. J. T. Battsutl as post In conjunction with Iho hotel again this
-Mr. O. n. King of Atlanta Ga. is at a great reduction for the next ten -The Titusville Social Club wishes master at Tltusvllle.Tbe with Mr. Johnson's work. tutor. This hue. not only provou popular -
days JULIUS KUNE tbe one who removed a Inrge lamp from -Ir.1V. C, Wheeler, Alabama, who resort for Jacksonville people) but
town today.MANICURE who arrive
In TltusvlUe-. traveling\ musicians had boon week with convenient for the It I Ie
the hall, to kindly return It. spending it or so very giiontH
and TOILET SETS, at -Miss Nellie Brown arrived here on here on Friday lust and l |Played, for a Major F. M. Taylor, of South Tltusvillo, one of l tho real swell places of tho townIn

Gardner's Tltusvllle. Sunday last, from Hawthorne, and Is STERLING: SILVER, ALUMINUM and couple of dances, left, Tuesday, fur left here, ,Friday last I, for. home. The midwinter, and miller time opera) was
novelties. J. R. WALKER Co. down the East Coast.
oilier points I
much with his visit crowded. It will be made
Doctor more
visiting MINI Aline Brady Miss Nellie was pleiisud always
-Mr. J M. Wooten, of Turnbull, wasa Titusville Fla.
recent visitor to Jacksonville.A was here last Hummer, and her many -Mr. Chas. K. Kenvon left here, Tuesday and the big fish he caught In Indian. Inviting/ tliU winter than over. Hotel
friends were pleased to snit her again. 'Miss Daisy Brady, one of StetsonUniversity's for his home on Long Inland, N. Y., River. St. James opened for tho season yesterday .
dance will be /given by the Titus- popular young' ladies will he having shipped all (f his orange (Thursday, ).
-Mrs. II. R. Aldrich has leased the
vllle Social Club on Monday, Dec. 31st. WE HAVE THEM:Express wagons: arrive here to-day to spend the holidaysat from his place near Titusville.Mrs. .
Vlvell Elm o all It. fur the win- Our Eden correspondent :
Prof. Kroeger has been engaged to play. wheelbarrows, go-carts' canlages: dolls, home. cottage at nays
animals; anything you want In sensible C. II. Swain, who has been nshiHIng ter. Mrs. Aldrich Is from :New York and Tliu Nelherby Improvements are gradually
:NEW LINE OF CHINA NOVELTIES toys. J. R. WALKER & Co.,. -Col. W. R. Anno and Major Geo. A. her brother-in-law. Mr. J. R with her uncle, J. M. Qulmby, has recently ol'l'r'chlnltIImpIAllon.\ The Intel .

received to-day atC.A.JUtOLL Tltusvllle, Fla. Worley, two prominent; and talented followers Walker, at this place loft on Monday; purchased the McAllister property lor han bonn beautifully papered, and
& GOLDSMITHS'! of Blackstone, of Miami, spent for her home at Columbia City, Fla. which they expect to Improve In the tho woodwoik limd.oiled, the third floor
-Mr. J. L. Wright who has held the from until town. near future.Mr. celled and divided Into several beautiful .
-Dr. DIBol, who was called home to position of baggage; agent: here for some Sunday TOYS1 TOYS! TOYSI! All tho lutes roonm. The bathroom has new fittings

New York by telegram, returned to time, left, Sunday, for West Palm Boach, -Mr. William A. Bourn, jr., will return novelties, as well as the standard Henry M. FlngW.of New York, In fact room has been altered for
Cocoa on Tuesday, saying he was glad to where he was placed by the F. E. C. Ry. home from Princeton to enjoy the Xmas. goods. J. R. WALKER A: Co., accompanied by Vloo-Prraldent J. It. the better every, The piazzas have boon re-
return from the severe cold weather in Co Mr. Robt. Jibb fills the positionat Christmas and New Year's holidays with TUiisvllle, Fla. Parrott, of the Florida Mast: Coast !Railway and palntud, and It M now all

Gotham.Mr. this place. 1Mr his father and mother, Mr. and !Mrs. -Mrs. R. M. Green, of Opelika Ala., Co., paused through Titusvlllo, paired and span" and ono of the cosiest,
Benj. Sams, traveling represent William A. Hours, of Jacksonville.I about :21:1)0: ) o'clock. Monday afternoon East Coast of
homo Iiku hotels
of on
and Mrs. James McIntire, of arrived here, Tuesday, on n visit a special, -
board .
a train route to
ative of the Savannah Morning News, ANYTHING YOU ARE lookIng her sister Mrs. H. J. on on Florida or other vast coast,
Chicago, are at the Colonnades, Sea VE few weeks with Palm JJoaoh and Miami any
on an Inspectionof
best and most
the dally
one of In the South, was newsy in town on breeze, for a time, ere leaving for Nas for In the way of gents' furnishings Egger. Her many friend wets pleasci Mr. Flagler's palllIl110tels\ and railway Tho' Grand Vlow hotel, Jacksonville,

newspapers Wednesday.Mrs. Ian, where they will spend the balanceof dry goods, etc., for Christmas to see her. Dr. Anderson, of St. Augustine, Is again. open) for tho season, as will be

tbe season. Mr. and Mrs. McIntire week. Juuua KLINE, -Mrs. Louis Larson, of St. Augustine, was In the party, who returned north.-! icon\ by tho nd on our 7th page. This
L. C. Schuyler, a former owner are regular winter visitors to Florida; Titusville, Fla. who has been on a visit of several week wards. last evening! hotel, which I III ably managed; by: Mr. Jo:.

-of the famous Dummitt orange grove, IRON BEDS, $4.50, at Gardner's. Tltnsville was in darkness on Monday with relatives and lends in Chicago, II. JSanborn. located) on Forsytb streets
accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Living- and Tuesday nights, owing to a leakIn returned home a few days ago, much to THE LARGEST LINK OH1 TOYS In between llrldga, and. Clay, streets TIle '
stone, are In Vienna, Austria; but will -The schooner-rigged yacht, Quln- the State( at JULIUS Kr.lu'III.'fltusvillo; lurnlshed.wlth all
the boiler at the Electric Light Works, the delight of her husband. house has boon newly
spend the winter on the Riviera. nipleac, from Barnstaple, Mass., which and lamps and oil were In much request Fla. modern Improvements) electrlo bell,

LINOLIUM and FLOOR OIL CLOTH, has been lying at Jacksonville, and St. by our people. On Wednesday night, -Attorney Jas. E. Andrews, of this hot and 1 cold I wntor baths. Among Mr.

black oil cloth, matting" furniture of all Augustine for a time, arrived of f In port on however, the town wore Its old-time appearance place fin Monday, purchased the brick AMONG THE HOTELS. Manborii's stuff/ mo tho tollowlngl Louis
command Brovard
kinds. J. R. WALKER: & Co.Titusville ., Saturday: last In Capt. O. for the Elnctrlo Light plant ntHcus formally occupied by the P. Hazoltlno, chief desk ; W. M. love
Fla. E. Hainer, of Harwich, Mass., after a was again in full working order. Abstract Co., from the owners, MessrsRobblns chef, from llethlcliem. White Mountains..
trip of ten days from St. Augustine to A Grhnm. This was the first The ADVOCATK Is now on tile at all' N. H. The waitresses are all white and
-Mrs. Alfred 8. Ilumphrys of lodlan- Titusville. On board was Mr. H. R. -The advance guard of Sells A Gray's brick building erected In Tllusvllle! and the best hotels In New York city. experienced. from New Hampshire' ; tut

'ola., who has been In St. Augustine for Blaney, an artist, of Boston, who Is en- United Shows:! arrived In Titusville a few Is situated at the southeast corner oPine Where to stop along the East Coast. those who make up tnelr minI\II to stay

.some time past, undergoing medical joying a trip down the East Coast. On days ago. Among them were the following and Palm streets.We See list of hotels on 7th at this cosy hotel, may depend upon receiving '-
treatment, returned home on Saturday, Sunday:! they hoisted sail for Miami and : W. W. Brown, H. Shallcross, understand there will be no election page. good service and polite attention.
much improved In health. Intermediate points. I). J. Jenkins, Sam unman, Paul Comes, of the The) Holly Inn, Plneluirst, N. C., Is
C. It. Rood, Chas. Youet, Ed 1 Rogers. for County: Commissioner now opeu fur the season. Tlio) .New Rocklmlgo (hotel Rockledge,
Judge M. S. Jones and wife, Mr. and -The marriage of Miss 1tlaude Sperry, This show will be In Tltusvllle to-day, tat district on January iOih, Mr ties B. under tho able management of !Momirit.
Mrs. M. S. Jones, Jr., and baby, and Miss daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Sperry, arriving by special train. Look out for Uardnei, one of the candidates having Tho Boston Homo Journal Is a good II. P Shares A Son, Is again open for
Annie Jones left here, Saturday last, for of the Duval hotel, Jacksonville, to Mr I the grand street parade.Mr. failed to pay his assessment toward salt I advertising nimlium for hotel men. the seiMoit of IIHXMM.' Thing at this

St, Luoie and Klondike. The Judge is Allison B. Humphreys, has been announced election. According to this wo presume Hotel arrivals will be published In hotel have boon much Improved ilnae
but short for Dec 27. The Williamson, jr., of New II. Naumnn will bo appointed
taking a much-needed, vaca Thursday, passed: Mr. Chas. the ADvocATE at our usual advertisingrates. lust winter. Private baths, a reception
tion. ceremony will\ be performed at 6 o'clockIn York, through here. Tuesday, as County Commissioner for tho lit tiltriub room and ball room have been added.

There will be .regular communication the afternoon at the Duval hotel and en route to Micco to join his parents and by tile WVOIUfl.Mr ,. Tho IIOIIHO has boon enlarged by a Hve-

of Indian River Lodge:; No. 00 at the will be a private affair, only the mem wife, the latter having/ preceded him a Jos. F. Crenshaw, representing Where to stop In Titusvlllo? <<
Lodge-room, Titusville, on t. John's bers of tbe family being present. The week or so ago. Mr. and MI'.. Williamson the- Florida Soap Works, Jacksonville, tusvlllo hotel and boarding house ads on to the tine. appearance of the New Rook-

Day, Thursday, December 27, when all bridal couple will leave Immediately fora will spend the winter at Micco, was In town a fow dl'Y.(0/ doing bust our 71 h pugo. ledge. From tho guest entertained. by

brethren are particularly requested to be visit of ten days In Nashville, Tenn., where Mr. Williamson owns an orange ness for his 'company. He said lie was Mr. Noel A. Mitchell will bo one of Mourn. 8111'1'01'Iuo/ may be found 1 poo-

present. with the mother of the groom-elect. grove and pineapple plantation.Mr. very miccesnful, and I had been given orders the ollloe staff at Hotel Buckingham, Ht. pie from Canada' frozen clime to far

-Mrs. E. H. Seabrook, wife of the -Mr. and Mrs. Kenmore Burns, of Burton Cornell, the bustling by nearly all the merchants ha had Augustine/ this OHon. down In the !Sunny: South. Sailing, driving

popular purser on the City of Jacksonville Macon, Ga., have been on their honey- manager of the St. Augustine branch of called upon along the East" ; Count, from Excellent shooting and fishing to card and dancing parties will hll

and her little daughter, have returned moon trip along the East Coast. This the Florida Ostrich Farm, on Friday Jacksonville to Tltusvllle. Mr. Creu- bu had. In the vicinity of tho Magnolia are time favorlto. loIlUm" this anon, amid
to Jacksonville, to remain during happy couple were married at !Macon, morning last, received a beautifully haw will go as far all Key West am: hotel )Fla. thosu who go to Rocklmlgo thl winter
the winter, after having spent the sum. Oa., on '''Nov. 28th, the bride being Miss mounted ostrich from New York. With Havana In the interest of the Florida Springs Magnolia Springs, may Im assured that they will be well

mer in New Brunswick and at Nahant, Little, a popular young lady of the above out delay, Mr. Cornell had It transported : Soap Works Most of the East Coast hotel managers taken care of.

Mass. ,_ city. The groom holds a responsible and placed under a palmetto shade In -Mrs. Strother-Smltb, and'her bright are falling In line with an ad on our 7th Mr. W. (f. Lnlitnd, proprietor of the
auditor's office of the G.S the artistic grounds of the Alcazar hotel, but where Is ad? You cannot
-The fine launch Dawn, owned by position in the daughter, who have boon In Washington page[ ; your Grand Hotel, New York, recently met
Mr. J. M. Randall, of Boston, arrived at : & F. Ry., at Macon, and Is the son of where no boubt. It will prove quite an young, I). C., and other places for quitea {o (lulling without bait with nn nodilont while driving on the

Titusville, from Eau Gallle, yesterday that prominent and courteous gentleman, attraction this winter to guests of that lengthened period, have returned to Mr. Lou Cuhn, formerly with the speedway, with his black trotter, Dlabol

afternoon. On board were Messrs. J. Mr. Harry Burns, Florida passenger, famous hostelry. Jacksonville, much to*/ the pleasure of llalhbun hotel Jacksonville, now hold mid Angelo. A rein broke when the

Maxwell Randall Eugene J. Randall, C. agent of the G. S. Js. F. Ry. at Jackson- -1\r. W. J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, |III their numerous friends Mrs. Smith, the position of olllce clerk at Hotel Ht. liornon were moving at top spend on the

W. MoNab and W. C. Kitchetl. They ville. spending a few days this week at Palm wl.o 1 Is the talented daughter of Major George, St. Anguittlne. upper stretch. The horse swerved suil-
came up to see the circus, and will return -Prof. Chas. B. Cory, curator of the Beach. Mr. Tucker Is proprietor of the mend Mrs. Alex. St. Clair Abrams, Is woll douly In one direction, while the wagon/
to Eau Gallle tomorrow.Mr. department of Ornithology In the Field "Flu i'lila Menagerie from the Everglades and favorably known to many residentsof Manager O. D. Seav yof Hotel Cham- veered off the other way, and Mr Lelaml
fellow of plain, N. Y., has retuin' '.l to bill tine thrown out with grout force. lie
Columbian Museum Chicago; one of the most complete zoo's the East Coast. wait
L. F. Pettit and son, Harry; also the Lineman and Zoological Societies, in the State! of Florida. Ills animals are winter hotel at Magnolia\: Springs, Fla., escaped serious Injury, however. The
Mr. Chas. F. Wildey, jr., who had beenon London, England; member of the AmerIcan now located at his Fort Pierce home, -Dr. and Mrs. F. II. Houghton, who accompanied by his charming wife horses behaved well under the circumstance

a hunting and fishing; cruise on board and British Ornithologists'Union ; but tho object of his trip here Is to make have been spending several months at The Hotel Punta Gordn, Punta Gordft, *, one of them stopping at the
Mr. Pettit's tine launch, Zorayda left honorary member of the California Academy Arrangements to bring his menagerie to Put-ln-Day and their northern home In opened for the souM'iti on the ISth: Innt., rniuMMe. The other broke looie from
for their home In New York, on Friday Westervllle, 0., write us that they would nnd the and went tearing
of sciences; founder of Canaveral Palm Beach. Mr. Tucker Informed a under the managemen of Mr. Van Riper, his mete wagon/ ,
last. Mr. Pettit Informed the AD VOOATK Club aid the Florida Museum of Natural representative of the News that be bad start from the later place for Daytona, of New York. The Punta Oorda, open / down the stretch until stopped by

representative that he would be down History, etc., was In town from Monday selected a site for the ""how" on tbe on Monday. After spending a few daysat nearly month In advance of other big one of the mounted policemen liar-
with his family after the holidays.Mr. until Tuesday when he left for Palm county road just east of Senator Di mick's that beautiful town on the East Coast, West Coast hotels. noun and wagon were wrecked.1I"t.'IllaKn..III' .

Beach to spend! tbe winter. lie was accompanied Palm Beach home and that bo now has they would stop off at Tltusvllle. for a .,
Geo. T. Hodgson/ special agent St. Augustine, under
before leaving for West Palm The new, stool-frame windmill for the
day or so
of the New York Life Insurance Co., by his wife, Chas. B. Cory, a force of men engaged /getting the place their house-boat Denton for Indian River hotel Tltusvllle which a the management. of MeHxru. Palmer JkMaoDowell :
Beach ,
who has been at Fort Pierce and other jr., and maid. They had been spending ready for the opening: which will be the season.on The Doctor says he will not force of men bus been working/ upon for I Ie nguln open for the season,

points for a week or two, will pass about a week or so between New Smyrna, about January 5th. We have seen Mr.Tucker's be caught north again so late In the season some time past, U now In position and I and U one of the molt cosy hotel. on
through Titusville today, en route to the Haulover and Canaveral Club en- Fort Pierce menagerie, and we the severe cold weather.No almost ready to the hotel with an time I":lIIIt Cnat. During tho pant um-
owing supply
tbe duck shooting and fishing. believe there Is other In the State ,
spend the Xmas holidays with his familyIn joying / none abundance of water. This work use been mer the hotel hall undergone extensiveaddition
Georgia. Miss Brown, his private Prof. Cory and wife-who are always superior to It-Lake; Worth News. Hibernian would think of going superintended by Mr. Fred F. Taylor, of and alteration, ':.IOf>JO having/
will also leave for her home welcome visitors to this section-may fishing without bait; and yet some of been .x ondesi. Homo of the new features -
secretary, NEW I NEWI! NEW I Dry /goods, notions Grand Rapid, Midi, tbe owner.
in Georgia today. stop off about a week or so at Tltu&- millinery all the latest fabrics. our East Coast merchants expect people I Include a three story wing west of
ville on their return from Palm Beach. with; the times. We to trade with them without telling what Hotel Algonquin/ St. Augustine, Is of the hotel, containing; one hundred
We ant
-Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Battenfleld, of Mrs. Cory passed some very nice compli- keep pace Call and Investi they have In their stores for sate. That now open under the management of Goo. room In suites. with private baths; the
Delaware, 0., accompanied by Mrs. if.Benniogton ments upon the general appearance of anxious to please you. Is not the case with the Eagle Clothing O. Lagrange, of LaGrange hotel, New dining room ha been enlarged and re-

/ of Chicago,bound Ill passed our town, which she said had much improved gate. J.Yours R. WALKER to serve fc, Co. Tltusvllle. Store, Tltusvillo, whose advt., bidding York city, and the LaGrange-Columbln modeled colonial style; the office, parlors
through here, Saturday for City since her last visit. We acknowledge for[ your patronage, will be found on our hotel, Avern-bytheMen, I.. I. It has and 101l1llloroom/ have been redecorated
Point, where they Intend spending a few a pleasant call.Yacht 4th page. This store has one of tbe biggest / been much Improved throughout, sod and refurnished In rich and
days with friends-Mr. George Chester Young Grove*-Orange Z
and his mother. From there they will for Sale. and gents furnishing goods on the East lead ad on 7th page. and laundry! have been! added, and

proceed to Mr. and Mrs. Battenfield'sbeautiful you want either In safest part of Coa t. If yon need a good and fashionable The Hotel St. George St. Augustine, new plumbing and up-to-uaie sanitary
winter home at Rockledge. Schooner-rigged yacht, not four :years East Coast? WriteC. suit for Christmas or New Year do opened last Saturday evening with din- fitting have been put In throughout the

. KID GLOVES and HANDKERCHIEFS, old a bargain. Length, 40ft.; beam, T.Ankona McCARTT Fla., not fall to call at the Eagle ClotLlogStore ner, under the management of Mr. II. S. hotel. Everything: at the Magnolia I. I la

at Gardner's, Titusville. lift.; draft, 2ft.; cabin, 16ft. Mattresses Tltusvllle. Green, whom Mrs. F. H. Tyler, the proprietor first-clan hape, and those who stayed:
water closet, brass fittings, etc. there last winter will hardly recognize
han secured for another
WIFE jacketsor
YOUR one :year
FOR SMOOTH CAYENNE PINEAPple Everything in order, !and ready for cruis Cypress Boat Lumber.Just BUY I I. hotel this season, owing to the many Improvement
at J. R. Walker A Co.'s; they The Bt. George a very popular ,
plants cheap, write to ing. Address, 0. V. ROGERS, capos excellent The that have been made. The Magnolia -
J. D. BELL, St. Petersburg, Fla. 1m Box 10, Jacksonville, Fla. received, car of long and extra are up to date.Shingles. enjoy date an Is much earlier patronage.this season, office force I I. a* follows: Chief
wide board, all thicknesses. opening/ cashier. J. N.
cypress to the Indication pointing to avery room clerk, Mr. Palmer: ,
For Sale. For Sale 2t G. F. PADDISOS, Eau GallIe. I Shingle t t owing busy winter la St. Augustine. Mance; assistant l clerk, W. I. Palmer.Do .

not fall to read ..Ion 7th page.
Smooth Cayenne and Abbakka Pineapple A small houseboat with outfit, rowboat Empty Sugar and Rice Harrela. Just received, quarter million, all The Rathbun hotel, Jacksonville, ha

plants. Free from Insects and etc. all In good condition.2t grades and sizes.: Special Inducements not only changed band bat name alo. Hoarding- auto For Sale.
dlaea e. Address ,H. BMECKE, Tltusvillo, Fla. For tale. Address, for Immediate order. : I. I I. now known a* the United State. .
"Lakeside Fineries," WALTER A. Moon, 2t O. F. PADDMO, Eau Gallle. hotel), and I I. under the able managementof house for sale..
first-clan boarding
Orlando Fla. Charleston 8. C. Mr. Wm. Catto, who for eleven years A *
C. B. T OB.'fTOlf, 8 George St., Fla.
.-. .- House For Sale. Special and successfully managed the Putnam booe Apply to C. Bouknlght TItusville
Crates Cheap. atatka.. Afro Catto also> manage HotelTudor
Bean A nine room house, nicely finished Seed For Sale. a fine summer resort at Nahant, "THE BIG DRUG STORE:," Heffley

the Indian and In good; condition, located near the location for and pineapple M_., which an ADVOCATB representative Pharmacy Bay and Ocean street, Jack.
Delivered to landing on 1000-to-l() bean seed 1800 Floe groves
any of Ppalmetto and Refugee: or the address
and Eau court house, on the corner Address had. the pleasure of visiting the past sonville, Fla. Do not forget -
River between Conrtenar b. Lotus. ,
bushel f.
premise* or to crop, at $4 o. old and reliable
SU. Apply on 6rcts6 C. T. McCABTT. eason. This hotel will be run In first- : Gen Hughe
Gallie 6 ts. net cash.
at } M. D. L. DODSO:* Bean crate each. and and we wish bulnee. .
Paddlson Ankona, Fla.plantations. class. up-to-date style, drug
Geo. F. Tltosvllie, Fla. 1m CIIAS. D. PROVOST, Lotto, Fla.
Lan Gailt, Fla. 3m

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r Z MV

', :, 2. EAST COAST ADVOCATE, DECEn>JIi 21. 1000.u .
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""I,I I II Ai GREAT BRITAIN AND KRUGER :6ertQ.:: "1.:1.d.a Oi: :ioi:: See

The Philadelphia Enquirer says: Regarding KIn

II IIII the dlxcuNslon lo many papers Genuine Imported Tennerlffe/ stock(no cheap California seed). Bent of tes

concerning General M rcier'. speech timonials from large planters. White and Red 20o per ounce, 93 per lb.,

Woman'sr that officers of the French army and We know of postpaid ready October 1st Onion Sets:! Bermuda ready now. White

,II I t rasp navy are constantly talking about the a dRed'e quart, postpaid, $4.75 per bushel. Also White Potato Yellow,
': nothing better Egyptian Top, Mlverskln and Ked, send for prices. Florid Rye,*:iS.40,! per
a g pUS fI possibility of effecting a handing, in Eng- 3 than: coughing bushel. Georgia/ Rye. *1.60 per bushel. Florida. 00 day Oats, hoots per

; Af.1. land; that It Is. their most technical prob f to tear the, lining bushel. Texas Rust l'roolOst COots per bushel.
flfJ'13 DSaDritr6 lem; that they have. precise informwtlnn of Send for price list of all kinds of needs.
about the defenses of English( towns llku yourthroat
r ::1' Dover, PortHmouth and Plymouth.! and L. CAMERON. Seedsman,
1'\'\ -- Suppose they have what will it I his
; do them good lungs 125 East Bay St.., JACKSONVILLE: FL
It lit well-known v.. better than wet .
t \ a fact that Lydia We that _
fancy any notion, whether'
E. Pinlthara'a r
Vegetable Compound to causebronchitis
t France, Germany Russia or tile United (

,' 1 13T best remedy.has cured possible It more therefore medicine women for than must female any be other the time States: should would it undertake have a most to halter IntereMlnit down pneumonia.Only and. Lumber 1 MateriaLargest ]

:tj But Homo women make the mistakeof I Dover the great or Plym defenses mth.of either Quite' Portsmouth an Interest-, keep it Bulling
thinking they will and
j IfX aAD try something log as l, If not mute HO, than fl fleet would up you
else, because it Is
simply new. have lilt tried to will succeed in
passthe of
guns Sandy
nTlE That mistake Is often a fatal on_
fatal to the health and happiness ot Hook and to eater' tbe torpedoed channel reducing your stock carried by any retail yard In the State. I have everythingused

:1 Dusm t.hA___ ._._......'._._.I.. A u tA." .. of New York harbor. weight, losing In House Building/ including Nails, Locks, and other builders' hardware .

: IftD9 .T la It not foolish to risk the possible tria Then) correspondent, as to Kruger: of, the the Vienna Daily (-\ulI.1 your appetite, Paints, Oils, etc; Write estimate.,,
results of such experiments? fa I it not
"I better to depend upon a. medicine ays: I have the' highest/ financial authority bringing or a GE7EZGE:: :i. :P'13.7 rDISaI1f
I'I which has been tried for for saying that" the Kruger party slow fever, and '
___._ __ .. thirty sears, and which successfully has have shipped liO,0MOUO( ) ( fiancs'! worthof making EAU GALLIE!!:, FLORIDA.
''I' I II been found wanting? Do not therefore never gold to Europe. It, Is safe to assume every- _. _-
'I I THE BELGIAN that of this is thing exactly
HARE. let part being used In, subsidising
one persuade to
thing any which they say you is just try as some- ,, certain European. papers, while right for the H. A' HODGES.
'II good.
Claimed to Be a Lively Little Sloop It cannot! be Just as good. Mrs. Pinkbam's the rent will remain permanently in the germs of consumption. ... .
fl'I Maker of Manx Merit. Compound is the best, and there custody of MBSMS. Kruger/ and El off. tJ Better kill your cough Manufacturer of
I Among the general merits of the can be only one best. This is'not a No European State will take ofllcinl no- before it kills
; i Belgian hnre It Is exceedingly domestic! mere puscrtion. but lea positive fact, tice of Mr. Kroner's/ presence, said my you. ..Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...

i I and will thrive In close con nemeht. admitted by hundreds of regular republic Informant., the England South African having situation Annexed has the HOUGH A DRESSED. Orange Box Heads!, Fruit and Vegetable Crat,
It Is therefore In phyniciana.
t, preference to all others become an-affair of International AYflr.sPRlierrt1: shedding their pineapples
f I the animal be Rely on your own common sense, policy. Any one contemplating or oranges or building
to rained In cities
''i and Mrs. Pinkham's life-long experience Severe moasuius. are likely to be taken a\.y part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are loca
i I where space Is a conalderutlon. A box and you will make no mistake. shortly to put an end to the war. at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka,'on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to i apart
B by 41s ample room for a doe and her!' Don't experiment with your health, of the East Coast. Address: II. A. IIODGES, Buffalo Bluff, FUESTABLISHED "

,j1 II little once Another Impultuut factor but take a medicine that you know is Seed That Surely Grow. .. _. .
-- -- -
1 In the breeding and care of animals good and Is backed by such letters as
L In cities Is cleanliness.\ In thin. respect 'those to Mrs IMnkhara: 1880.Eonlduber.
The oost of seeds! compared with the
we have no domestic animal towl
I or Ovarian Troubles value of, the crop Is so small that a few
I f, that will compare, with the Belgian Always cents saved
by buylnReo..nd/ rate seeds
I I bare. The demands. for feed 'that the Yield to Lydia E. Pink- will amount to many dollurs lout when 11 kills 'coughs of every Cog,

I Ill I Belgian hnro makes' are mnull. It may ham'a Vegetable Com- the harvest gathered./ Farmers have kind. A 25 cent bottle Il'

I Ii I be kept on the trimmings of garden nound. found out by many costly failures wlintn is Just right for an ordi- Manufacturers of and Dealers In
[j I vegetables or hay A little grain should risky! thing I it is! to buy seeds without for
cough the
i>e the clue iviiiiu being pretty sure time they are reliable nary ;
given the younggteraare "I had been la poor health for harder LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILIN(
coughs of bron-
i kept with her but tho amount then twenty years loving inflammation of and true to name. The Intent cataloyne ,
of the fend hmm of P. M. Ferry & Co., chitis you will need a 50
t la BO mall that It IK hardly worth the ovaries Mild wou i +bl..
treated of Detroit Mich., Is a reminder that cent bottle and for the Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
t mention. Grain bjr physicb I could ;
must be fed whentatt'nln" ; not gain "
thousand of farmers In the. United and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.
strength nor dos work and of
tor the table was no States: and Canada have coughs consumptionthe
Aa a meat producer the Belgian hare low-spirited and tit d of life. A friendadvised faith to the reputation of this pinned great tit their m. one dollar size is Saw Planing and Shingle Mill) At Bonds Stills\ ', on J., T. & K. 'V. R'y. Yards ,
me to take K. DeLnnd and Titusville.
Lydia IMnk-
stands high not only In Its superb! ham's Vegetable Compound. The first During a business career approaching most economical.
c quality of meat but In quantity na bottle half a century in time Ferry's seeds have "
strengthened me, and I wrote My reduced me to a mAre
well. It will excel In the latter regard to you. After taking.six bottles can won an annual Increase In popularity, ,COUf"tried many remedipfi/ ,
any animal that can be kept in equal that I am well and can even do my own say which Is perhaps the bent evidence llm' (I luit'herryI'eomralf they nil failed.Immediately After lining he-the HANNE BROS....
give nail faction.
apace or at no greater expense.) Upon wft.llhing.fnll.. ;1t. W. MIM.KK, No. grow Ferry'sSeed grin to Improve, and three bottleS
this Kolld economic basis must rest the 1033 Canal Street, New Orleans, La. Annual for 1001) I 1M n 1"ld..1l111.. / <'1.. restored me to health. 1 believe 1 12KM2J8 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
III nt'loi'iitin M>f biislnesa of propagating> them. The "For three years I 'suffered! with /garden; and! the II >war.' gulden. It is "L' HAHAU F. MonoAit, *
Belgian/ hare !Is the most prolific animal ovarian trouble, having Inflammation sent free nn m'Ion.1UW l..r Oct.7, IROM, llrou ntow n,Va. i' and Wine Merchants
that linn thus far been and abHcc'sson Liquor
I domesticat an right ovary. Had '.-- '
ed. In.this. respect it la a marvel. It such pain in my buck and head, and at ,
times to j 110,1 rt,Fre.h Flub. .. .... .
was unable to walk. Had ..
will produce Its 00 !several "----- -
young every days doctors but ___A""_ _And__ __T,_,,.. or..1A_ n1l""A.1_,_
and they did .lot do me u 0 .uv y"y"y
on an average of from S to 12 ate
much good. One doctor said that I A Fulton Market man this siral
given -

i time.estimate Fifty of per what year a single Is a conservative doe mayproduce. have would the have ovary to have removed.an operation I became and l would/lu .ruin tor tlrb buyers to follow if they Wholesale Distribute! of Lemps'' St. Louis Been,

d, Pins It will more than make secure fish that lit eatable and
discouraged and
up In number for Its small size. There getting well. I began gave up taking all hopes Lydia of rertrtfnlj; free of the potumnlnex, Itl l A Sample copy of one of' the bent farm OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES

is after all no little advantage |In Its IS. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. *hlcl HO' many Mali lovers stand In bend' papers I published! free, If jou will send!

being small. An ordinary family cannot I wrote to Mrs. Plnkhnm and followed :See that, this flesh I.I H"I Hun (Hint, it "III your name on n postal curd, montlonli r Call or send for Prices.
readily\ cure for the meat of a largo' her directions faithfully, and am bet v ., g .-.--.- '-- -. "
not be denied -
ter than I on pressure by the angers, thin
animal lint the hare ran be served have been for three yean paper.| |
p I have taken ten bottles, and m that the eye are full, the scales bright, :e: :eE .SO
fresh the four or nix pounds meeting friends TUB PLOWBOY Co., .. & CO.
the demands of the are surprised at my rapid improvemen the flnA miff, and the gills are of tin .
average/ family. ,
t. -MRS. W it.VAt.TERa Atlanta (}
Thus writes a California correni>ond- Cold Spring:! Harbor, L. I., N.Y. the brightest, neither pale nor a dark I a. -Importeis and Wholesale Dealers-
h4 ent to American-As: 'leulturlstrA liver color. Then, if there.. no odor' to q

--- ,Suppressed and Painful he ash, It may be eaten not only with

L..nn In fleet ,.'..ntln.. Periods Curod by Lydia safety but with 'ellsh-1f your cook Wines Liquorsand Cigars

ii By means, of the accompanying cut E. Pinkham's Vegotablo knows how to properly prepare and -If you are In Kuurch IIf bargains, ,
the Michigan/ rtntlon given a lesson In HOI ve it. read the ADVOCATE columns
Con, ound. carefully -I cr-r1d.e. 1c :P.r:: 'Y9C'o '1GTwTf..
1 the planting of sugar/ beets-the cllntanre ... --- -- -- -.T --
I apart and position In the /ground. I ,"I ':1Uith; sallow and nervous. I ------ -- -------- ----------------- -- Distilled by )'erndale: Distilling Co., wend: District of Kentucky; aged 10

Beet No. 1 /grew In soil where the had not had my menses for over a
heated warehouse! and absolute pore and free from all aclulteiiitlon. '1 hue
bead hud an abundance of room In year and a half. Doctored with several ECZEMA.olrodrnbnodA;. 'gf TETTERINE. goods
physicians in town and one specialist are pronounced by all connoisseurs' to be without on eq'II; and al'O'regarded by the
but did not get any better. I finally The box you sent me has almoct cured the most obstinate case of medlc.il faculty as! superior to all others for the use of invalid

{ decided to try your medicine, and Eczema you ever saw."..Jamea L. Jones, Jcllico Tenn.
FEKNDALU RYE is put up In plain cases containing no roaiks whatever, FOUR
Ir wrote to you. After I had taken M Mat at drugf!_'or from
three FULL QUARTS In each cane, und deliver to you all charges the following
I bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's 3, T. Bhhptrln, Sole VroprUtAr, Savannsh,Gs. prepaid, at -
_ 2 .x Vegetable Compound and three of prices per case:

_ and Blood I Purifier feel my menses returned Ferndale, A, 7 jears old, $3.iO.! Ferndalo, A A, 834. years old, $::1,70.Ferntlale .

Y ever did, and as am well gaining and flesh.strong"_Miaa as I A A A,"10 yearn 01.1. *42(). Money refunded Is not entirely sa Us lied,

LENA UJUNKS, Visalia, Tulare Co., Cal... THE WALTON RAPID CALKING 1 MACHINE HARRY: : :: MASON:: :: ss oo.

"Before taking the Vegetable Compound ,
1 was troubled with irregular Patented In the United Status' Great Britain and Canada. State Agents. !)01-J: (>7-:!<>0-311 West Bay street, Mason* Block.

s menstruation, and Buffered great TACKSOXVILLE, FLORID

I, j I agony./ and My I remained physician in gave bed.me I morphine doc-- PRICE *-'.00 and $8.00( EACH. :Should bo used by every Boat Builder In the U. S, --' .- hh__ -'-. ---- -- -------- -

1, II IIf f i r tored eight years and got no relief and SEE TUB!: TESTIMONIALS:: FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS.In FOR $ ::32 0 '
a the doctors told me there was no relief .. .
for my trouble. Finally I tried Lydia Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders! in the United States.
i: 12. I'fnkhaiu's Vegetable Compound. 1 Sent to us by Express, postofflre order or New York Exchange, ire( will
/ While taking the first bottle I felt For Sale by send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID, .
that I was improving.' I have taken Jas. Pritchard & Son
or eight bottles, and never had .
anything to do me so much good. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

z ("}:very month my troubles have grown -- -- the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
less and less, and now at this time 1

Stage Baokaoho Street! llaverhill.and Mass.Womb Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey-

Troubles Suooumb The only flrst-clasa! ire .. We whip In FLAN PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate contents ((Which will avoid all colt
to ment. When
y"ulCet It ami tent it. If It l I. not untinfartorv:' return It at OCR MXI'KNSK: : and
POINTS I.VOItOWINO your'J 2O will t SUGAR BEETS. LydIa E. Plnkham's Fond\ many goods the market.
Vegetable chests and refrigerators on I We are 01011' at hand end can (give yon JUiri\fell hI.IVERY: than cllntant hoiiHen. We hnv
which to develop, as did also beets Compound eu been. dniiiff Mtsiness In thNrltT nml, nt tli.*amantan l for over 13 YEARS and na to our IIES:
u Nos. 2 and 3. while No. 4 Is a normal the market, with nil the I'' 1r' 4 the'O-ORIIHUTY editor of this AM'paper.I) HEl'UTAtlON for tonoat. dealing,we refer you to any merchant here or tSOLOMOX

beet growing iti properly spaced rows "I have been for ten years an Invalid J,' &
with with female weakness and the latest LEVI,
near neighbors on either side. improvements. ,
.91 ,
The following are the weights of beet torture and pain I suffered no tonguecan '21" 1023 & lO.'IO: First Avenue,
:,UiI": "' '"
No. 1: Leaves 3(1( % ounces; head or tell. I never spent one week in : /: P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
ten that I free
years was from
top of ln>et. 2(1( ounces trimmed beet CHARCOAL _
1 pain. My trouble was inflammationand : We pay Ex resurharrestoall points reached' by "SOITHEnN EXPRESS!' COMPANYJ' .
or the portion which would be receivedat congestion of womb. When I !Southern hut to point on ltn". of other Exprp" Companlm. we prepay only to points where
the factory, 28V4 ounces. It will be commenced to take your remedy 1 had ISO LINES.GALVANIZED Exorenn rompan tranifunt to laiil other Ex pre.,Company,

seen that over two-thlrda of the growthof been bedfast! for some time under the

<<: this particular bvct. plant Is not merchantable treatment without of two receiving of our any best benefit physicians IRONSIIELVES o :: :: SB:: 3LCrLvdCSIT. ::: : & 00 .

,n.,,.,'_'-.,"_ ........UII.__ ;n 0; unu__ J II1UICll18. .. tilE'.. You can imacrlnA the benefit I dA-, AND ( AIO w. Ray' HI-, JACKSONVILLE, .. FLA.
rived from Lydia. E. Pinkham's Vegetable a
amount of waste where beets
are Compound hen I tell you that I INSIDE LINEIXO. Y
grown on hard soil' and .
project a considerable have at
forty pounds and am wells
distance out of the grouud. thing I never dared to expect.Idaa ."- DOUBLE DOORS ON
Tile position of the lower knife In C. K FOLAND, )Monett Mo. '
beet No. 2 and the knife on No. 3 }'Ol'. I"OCIOY: LOWER
For a number" of years I was I I
Indicates the line of
demarcation troubled with backache and leucor- I itj
which separates the portion growing rha a. I became so weak and miserable I

above the ground from that bclo\v that I could not attend to my lx ''i
and according/ to instructions from work or studies. The least effort WRITE d if l 'n
factory Is the would completely exhaust FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST.We .
men place at which thebeet me. Physicians 1 n
should be trimmed. fulled to help me. I felt that my also y(0T( Il fv
Beet No. 4 la a, typical beet, having youth was blighted, and the life beforeme carry a complete----
3V4 ounces of head and 32: would be one of suffering and
ounces of
merchantable, b<: -t, m.llleryThea. .ft friend insisted on me Line of the Celebrated Odorless Refrigerators.
taking your medicine. Before I had

The Grout bill providing for a 10 used one bottle I was greatly relieved.

cent tax on oleomargarine: colored to I had not known a well day for four Write iis,for prices on anything, In our line. i
but I feel better
years now than I have
resemble butter, which was not reached since a child and it is all due to Lydia
before congress adjourned. will 12. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound.- F. OL JR.

come to n vote early In December. It Miaa MAr 11. STEVEKSOX Alliance 0. -. y

la said 200 of the 35U; representative FURNITURE CARPETS MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS
in the lower house of congress are Mrs. PInkham has Fifty Four Full Quarts Delivered for 320.

pledged to support the bIlL Thousand such Letters Jaol ..fa/onvillo: F1a.
I Agents for the Pabst!' Ilrewln Co.

I : Iii ii

I ,

Professional Cards. The Oldest and Best. CONCERNING PLUMS.A JOHNSON LAW COMPANY ..

GEp. M. BOBBINS, Comp.rlno. of V"rl. lc. at t1l. ._- ---
S. S. S. Is a combination of roots Ohio S.mlle>.. EDISON LALANDE

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR and ,herbs of great curative powers About 175 varieties of plums have SAMPSON NO. 2,

AT-LAW. and when taken Into the circulation been planted lu the Ohio station orchard and DRY BATTERIES, -
searches out and removes all manner. .. ,,
and nearly halt of these have FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION.
Will practice In State and United States of poisons from the blood without'the borne fruit. Among observations upon Mall ders

Court. least shock or harm to the system.On .
the different varieties are the follow
Office at TITUSVILLB, FLA. the contrary, the general health t wwt4R .a,r v ,
begins to improve from the first dose, ing:
for S. S. S. is not onlya blood purifier, .Native plums as whole, are Injured >t C
but an excellent tonic, and strengthens less by the curcullo, are not so lla- 'l',1 I IwY H a

ATTORNEY.ATLAW.WIU and builds up the constitution
while purging the blood of impurities. I ld
prnotloe In all the Conrts of the State Mi. rTompilyFiUecE
et Florida,and the United States Courts. S. S. S. cures all.diseases of a

I,U Box,238. TITC8VILLK FLA. blood poison origin, Cancer, Scrofula, e

Money( to Loan. 18 Rheumatism Chronic Sores and

Ulcers, Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt l
GOLDSMITH Rheum, Herpes and similar troubles, ) 1XX

M. and is an infallible cure and the only h f, o. L. ICEEN

* antidote for that most horrible disease ,
AT0RNEYA'f.LAW.TITUSVILLE. Contagious Blood Poison.A .

FLORIDA. record of nearly fifty years of Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions
successful cures is a record to be proudof. ,

S. S. S. is more popular today Full line of 1<:Il'ctrIOlSupplle! .

f': J. WEB13 than ever. It numbers its friends by JOHNSON LAW CO. Laces, Glove, Umbrellas, 1\1II11\(8tel'lI\1' for Fancy Work.
the thousands. Our medical correspondence -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, is larger than ever in the cfwlor, 33 t.4611 V.Forsyth tt. Jacksonville,Hla. Prompt attention to mail orders.
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th history of the medicine. Many writeto -
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents thank us for the great good S. S.S. --
and rents and accounts collected. has done them, while others are seeking A rINK JAPANB8B VARIETY TMs!: Is one of the oldest and most reliable houses In Jacksonville.- All the latest
advice about their cases. All ble to rot and are hardier than European Orange rees5
TITUSVILLE FKOBIDA. Patterns and Style
letters receive prompt and careful varieties. *

attention. Our physicians have madea Native plums are Infertile when --- ----- ------ 101 West of Laurn. .
Buy Street corner J JACKSONVILLE FLA.
A.D.. PENNEY, life-long study'of Blood l and Skin Diseases planted alone, and care should be taken -

and better understand such cases to select varieties which bloom at When you take Into consideration the

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, than the ordinary practitioner who about the same time. time and money spent In bringing trees GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARX.
makes a specialty of no one disease. Is the hardiest
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. The American group Into fruiting It looks foolish to jilunt any
are doing great of the natives, ns well as of all other ,,1VI. 14hE : J31RC! >S:
but the brat doesn't li? ,tote
; '
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th to suffering i classes. The trees are vigorous"' ? with .
Judicial Circuit. S S SVe through dark green lcathe: fruit Is thin We grow the kind you \\'l\lIt-IIllioe I Wholesale Dealers In .

; r consulting de with thick skin dull In color but usu ISS'j:a we have made 11 Hieeliilty| of tlrictlif" '

and invit"you : ally high In quality, although having high. pride ,'..cA'. Our catalogue) gives: GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE...

Jr T7KEDEUICK A' MORGAN, to write us if you have any bloodor more or less astringency next to skin full descriptions nod prices of nil the ------ ------_._-
skin trouble. We make no charge varieties of this
and stone. Boruo of the
prominent kinds.. Wilte for one-It's free. 131 and, 133 fiMl: liny Street anil n endNewoenMtreet,
AND whatever for this service. 'I.
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE, class are desirable for home use but

Notary Public. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, DA.FItII : owing to rather unattractive appearance Glen St. Mary Nurseries JACKSONVILLE FI.A.
but few of those now known are
Collections Typewriting, Stenography, : ULOODaixl- -- SKIN- -: --- CURE : likely to prove profitable for market ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.

TiruaviLLu:, > FLA. The following are some of the most desirable G. L. Taber, Prop. 1- _. .--- .-
that have been grown hereAmeilcan : 1I
An Offer Proving Faith Kagle, Champion Ilawheye, GLEN' //IT.:: MARY, Florida.We I We are hfmclquartois for all kinds of Need nnd Killing rotators and Cow Pens;
F. M. TAYLOR, Ulcers eating sores, cancers, scrofula have lino of stock guaranteed 1 genuine. We Rhm! curry a full line of hay, tlrnln and Feed. We want
UolllngBtone alto l full
Illinois Ironclad, Louisa a general nuriorr
Itching skin, scabs and scales of eczema, your Oranges and Vegetables, Give us a trial and you will bo pIciXHul.
TEACHER OF VOCAL MUSIC AND aches and pains lu bones, back or joints, and Weaver.The .
syphilitic blood poison rotten puma and Miner group Is Intermediate between MARX UKOTHKltS, Juuksonvllle, Fin. .
MUSICAL ELOCUTION.IIn chronic rheumatism and all obstinate the Americana and Wild Goose Towers' Hardware Co, rr: We only Sell to Dealers

classes or private lassons. Sight readIng deep-neuter' Mood trouble are quickly groups and Includes some choice varieties -- .. ---- _. -
a Specialty. Terms reasonable. cured bv taking a few large bottles of for culinary purposes. The following .
UOIOT",Ic Blood Balm We challenge!; the are desirable: Forest Hose, Miner G-O TO -
"TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA., woildfora case of blood disease that
Uotonlo Blood U.ilm will not cure. The and Prairie Flower. I
G. T. BUNTING'SCharlotte
The Wild Goose Group.-The varIe-
cures are permanent and not a patching
rr W GRISARD, ties of this class are mostly vigorous
;1. up. Is your blood thin Skin pale All Street. North of Pints ST. A va!JSTIN""r FLA,
fruitful. The ,
run down? As tired In the. morning as and very foliage resembles -
PHYSICIAN'and SURGEON when you wont to bed Pimples? Guile? that of the peach, the fruit Is thin -FQK 1.0VR-

Swollen glands or joints? Catarrh Putrid skinned. juIcy and often watery and I II III II IIdIp Vii, I IrmI
Office at Mrs.! J. D. Crabb's. breath? Eruptions? Sores In mouthor usually not of high: quality. Althoughnot !

throat? If HO, your blood' bad. as hardy as the Americana species, Furniture Mattresses/ Pillows
"TmreviLLE FLA.
Blood Balm will make the blood pure all varieties that hn ve been grown here
and rich, heal every sore, stop the. aches have endured our winters. The followIng ,
and build the broken-down
A. WOR LEY pains up varieties: Choptank,
CEO. body and Invigorates the old and weak. are worthy PICTURE FRAMES, MOULDINGS
Botonlo Blood Balm the only perfect Milton, Poole's Pride, Wild Goose and

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. blood purifier m ulo. Sold at drugstores. Whltaker. Ero..ckets9: 7s7"IcLd.o-w::: Shoo ,
'General practice In State and Federal ,*1.00 per Inure bottle. Including complete The Wayland Group-Similar In habit
Courts. All business entrusted will directions. To prove our faith; In Blood of growth to Wild Goose, but the I II I I I it I o, AND FANCY CABINET WARE.
receive prompt ,attention. Balm, a trial bottle Is Riven away to suffeiem. follnge Is more shiny the trees being; i' ---
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate For free trial bottle address, quite ornamental. The fruit Is very
Miami. Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga Don't I firm, not watery and of fair quality _III'' II IP _hlll I'I' IIIIJ'' Y I N. Undertaking Department entirely separate

MIAMI FLORIDA. hesitate but write At once denciiblng 'and In most eases very bright and -
-'-"- --- -
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and free medical ad.
trouble personal
beautiful In color. The following are
vice given. Blood Balm (B. B. B) cures
TJio Nation'sJlV.
TAMES AND'REWS. desirable varieties Golden ,
when all else fall Thoroughly tested : Beauty
for :'JO years. Over 3,000 voluntary testimonial Rped. Sucker State, Wayland and "San Mateo"
A TTORNEY.A T.I.\W. of cures using B. B. B. Hold by Moreman. BLUE-FLAME OIL STOVES. nest
Offices: TITUSVILI.B and FORT PIRRCK.': B. R. Wilson & San dru glllt8. JuneOl: The Chickaaaw Group. Rather Cigar.
Office ---------- dwnrtt and than the STOVES.
open at Ft. Pierce on fend and 4th more spreading

Fridays of each month. :r As an advertising medium, no Wild Goose group. The least desirableof Sash Doors and Blinds, Builders' Hard- : nil
on the East Coast can beat the .
paper any of the native groups for domestic .
Notary Pubho State at Large. ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt., Sporting Goods Cutlery
IIHPS. The following are among the ware .I.i"IOl'lc1ll. ,
and be convinced of the
pink paper'sworth.
best varieties: Newman, Pottawatta Tin. aie, Agricultural Implements, Why buy Imported cigars made from doctored '
STEPUEN E. FOSTER, rate and Yellow Transparent. heavy lioplrnl tobacco with,
The Trlflora Group, or >sePlu0l8.Trt house Furnishings. Etc opium and other drugs when you one have the pure Florida loaf at a five-cent
Call or send for our Ices
GRAFTED. >t>s robust In habit and
.IS East St.
Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner mostly fruitful. Fruit usually Kay ,
Building, very FREE BY MAIL TO ANY ,
JACKSONVILLE . FLA. B >* of 2 1.00
handsomely colored and of good quality ,
JACKSONVILLE!, FLA. !range! Trees but most varieties quite Inclinedto .ADDRESS.....J) iiox"of r.o...11.75

rot. The following of the The Largest and Most Comnlflte
are some
OdAYLOR bent that have been fruited here: Establishment South. : \'V"; eO\'V""LE-Z.: ; .,

: & BROOME Abundance Cbabot. Burbank Ogon.Red .

500 each Tangerine Grapefruit Pine June. CEO S. HACKER & SON.t _SAN. MATEO KLA.
The Domestlca Group.-This la the ----- -- ------ -- --- -- -- "-- -

Will practice in all the Courts of the apple, Uoraasassa, Cuby, Parson Brown well,known European plum. At presA .

State. Office in Law Exchange. St. Michael\ Majorca and Mandarin on If You Have Not
oJ-JACKSONVILLE FLA. 5 and 0 year old sour stock, 4 to 5, and 5 Yf V I IiA Ii

TH". W. CRAVEN, to The 7 feet large branched.t and best trees In Florida. Found What You Want.

O. W. Conner Il
r" .j II
Castle Hall, 111 West Forsyth Street. r r t
FLORIDA. OCKLAWAIIA FLORIDA 1 For a Homo, suppose you take a trip down and look at ont
.... F ru IE eel. G ar d en IAIIUI along the
"" ':;pfJ;
# _
far "

GEORGE W. ALI.EN.ATTORNEYATLAW, VirginiaHomes /( i *_t.""a0 East Coast -

I Ii
Settlers are flocking/ In but still there I is room. If you are
Will In the United States Doors Sash Blinds .
practice : ?O DlI'tQJ' ,
Cow looking this drop a line to
and State Courts. Ojun05j. You learn all about Virginia Lands, 11HZ WilY,

Its resources, products, mode of cnl .' illl Mcnldmg & Building Material JAS. E. INGRAHAM3"' Vlc..l're.Jdent,
tlvation prices, etc., by reading the
FRIES, C. E. Virginia Farmer. Send loots FLORIDA EMIT COAST JC'V
j.O.J A VALUABLY DOMESTIC ClHce: Warerooms, King/ opposite ,
for A months subscription to the .
COUNTY SURVEYOR. Farmer. Co., Emporia Va. 'eat It Is the most Important class although Cannon Street.Charleston ST. AUCUJHTINE, FLA.

Land legally surveyed and sub-dividod., subject to numerous diseases ] S. C.
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for and very liable to the attacks of the ,

all kinds of engineering woiks. Disputed curcullo. The following varieties have Sash Weights Cord and PAJJLO UY THE SEA LIVERY.

lines a specialty.- been found to be valuable, both here ,
FLORIDA. and In other portions of the state:
Trru8ViLi.B Brevard Co., -
Hardware. Turnout. of all descrlplons SADDLE HORSES,
Archduke Bradsbaw, Coe's ,Golden n

BURN AM, M. D. INDIAN Drop Grand Duke, German Prune, Window and Fancy Glass : : ? UAGOAOK Transfer,
N.S. t
Gufcll Imperial Gage Lincoln, Prince

of Wales. Rein Claude de Bavay. Yel- A SPECIALTY.. TRAPS IIAUMNO. Etc
Corn Paint low Kgg.Hybrid.

Ear, Nose and Throat. ; Plums.-But two varieties of 00 YEARS' SURREYS r y ti Wm. WILKINSON,
fruited here Gold EXPERIENCE a
this class have -via.
WIT: PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 1 Cares Corns, Baalani sad Wartsp..dlly I and JuicyBoth are very prolific, beautiful LAUD A US, wv*. ; Proprietor
,' tad Without f ln.
color but somewhat deficient
In ,
VICTORIAS. -i--- fJ\blo Beach, Fla.
-- -- --- --- -- --- -
--- ---- --
Nitrate .f Rods .. itr.wberrl... .
TAJU8HIC1 Irt5.w
In dry seasons nitrate of soda oa .
WaoUiaUSt rfldi.. strawberries often gives surprising results TMAOC Manns
.SEEDF.rry 'Llppmaa'i Block ..vsa>&b. Os. says Rural New Yorker. It probably DCSIQNSCOPYRIGHTS Ac. ;' =- .A.. :eO-C-eS az 00.

pays better to use the nitrate Aefon..ndtn. a drt.h.nd d..rtetl.e.af:

's Seed are I. alone rather than a complete fertilizer. ru flnfndlT..pil'' >a.rv.rtun n le prol".nor".lf' r..uonlab.e.opinwm .trN C.mininnl wh.th.r..*A GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS.
-- ---- ,..
-- .
known tue country over ae You can use ISO pounds per acre In Hnn. nDllr ' the L..e reliable*Beailalbatcan Marriage Paper.hau.t. late July or August. This will fore .mnt Inm....... ImUm Id..tae thr ner..u,1t for Nuns Mwunnit A C4:jMMtiH.t roonlr. -
be boucht Hont eare aolck.l 4 ThoxwniU of xlTertlMn to MIMfruni. tprrlal*aHt*. wlttitnt ebnni,la Ui. 0 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
on cheep.p Mda and IOM a W.Ulbr .....0Ga. lutrudiMttua a heavy growth before fall. It would
dollar on tne narmrt. formal and '_. IMwond be a mistake to use only nitrate thlewmml'l' Scientific f JJm rl\an. handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of flay

1901 AeMt Annual AM. .SOCIAL. frM bind AMERICAN._. WBPI,.1<14.*.,...Oble.y Jo Ton will then have On*. A"...".......'P nle.l..f.C. .. ---,,,. r.rr..t dr..UIstnfl Corn, Oats Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits Meat, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and
D. M. FERRY A CO.. : .. _.. for Fertilizer Co.
but few fruit buds. W. of ...p Lntlae ) .orn.l If N a dark at wholesale. State agents/ Tygert-Allen
thrifty plants .
Detroit. Mkb. Great Big Mart: AMPI WCO:IPOfI would prefer a complete fertilizer for M"'rHf&C -.aL,=.::,ai.H e;York I.r. Star'Brand' renlllnt-Ou.1 Marlafeof rt.C4.li."nal.s.""I"b.l l ..Or.*..nire.....h\tree Kalnlt and Ven, ..._Uble. rertlll88r1.Pnre.ra u"Oroa'. CO

and 1'1.0.. .... .npoiirwwtMof !/au for ......_ late summer and fall. 1k1.I Coy r lit..,......""" ..... :. ..p.rtertatMmartatodatrlalwill convince. Bead lor CauU; ,"tM free.iI:1.i .
Toledo Adv.Bu'.... 14 It..Cfaur M...r.o*>

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::11;d, J" EAST COAST-ADVOCATE, .GERMANY papers throughout AND KRUGER.The the civilized There This is to Merchants.-

1 wI world are, having much to '
I ; I *.WMBKLV: JOUB1TAI DBVOTBD TO TBB BBVBbOPMBMT about Germany' 'snub to Kruger.say And Dealers In Dry Goods and Notions.
'J. I AJTD HBOATJCB aATeWTIORL. From our point of view Germany

r I has acted wisely in showing )fr. We do a strictly wholesale business. Our prices are right M we study
t Kruger that she is In no wise an
i I I,, 'j interested factor in the Boer war them. We fill orders the day they are received.. We know'what( In-

I t ; Address all communications toKA8T If Germany had given him a cordial dUn River Merchants need, and carry just such a stock Oar travelingmen

!' t I COAST ADVOCATE welcome it would be construe. 4 visit the Indian River territory every month. We are liberal''In
d TlTOsVII-LB FLORIDA. tive evidence that she hostile
.. was our dealings. We quota prices and send samples. Try us when In
I 'I"
to England, and in sympathy with
,I I, CHRISTMAS. the guerilla warfare now being waged Clothing need of goods. We can and will please] you.

\! by the Boers._ The fact is, Germany -
- -
t I( While shepherd. watched their flocks by and England are friendly, :Benedict -Foliar & do
I i i'' night and are likely to remain so, owingto <

I i il All seated! on the ground, the close blood relationship of Stores fJJL.
I ''I' I I The angel/ of the Lord came down the two royalties. Then their policies )- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
I shone around.
c, I AndIorr/ are. not so divergent as to render .
he said, for mighty dread
I t Had adzed' their,troubled mind; them hostile to one another in

"Glad tidings of great joy I bring any sense,. hence, a show of amityto We don't think we have a monopoly on the business by any means, TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
I i j I, To you and all mankind. Kruger, the recognized head of but there is one feature of our store which we know l Is far superior

I I'( ',I "To you In David's town this day the so-called Boer republic would to any other store, and that is our liberal methods. We do not want
I ii ,i' Is born of David's line, mean that Germany was not altogether i you to keep a single article bought of us that is not perfectly satisfactory -
to yo:). We give you your money back and do it cheerfully. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
t ii' A Saviour, who is Christ the Lord; pleased with England's; policy If did sell reliable ,
f'' And this shall be the sign{ : we not goods it is not reasonable to suppose that
'1 j in this matter. Mow that Germany we could be so anxious to let you know that can get *
,i; The Heavenly babe you there shall find, you your
'f I r To human view displayed, has shown her real feelings money refunded

,!. l'' All meanly wrapped In swathing bands toward Mr. Kruger she is in a better Vitrified, Paving and SidewalkBrick.. ......
j ;W oj And In a manger laid." position to receive him than For Fall and Winter we have outdone all previous efforts in showingthe

Thus spake the seraph, and forthwith formerly and could now receive greatest stock of- Offices foot of ITogan Street, Jacksonville Florida. Telephone No. 262,
1 oI'' Appeared a shining throng him without casting a shadow of '
Of angels praising God, and thus suspicion upon herself. On the Men's Boy's and Youths' Suits Overcoats Odd J. K. J1UNNERLYN, General Manager.
I'' I: II'' .. Addressed. ._,their..._. ....J joyful. ..song. : other hand. France has clearly) demonstrated ",y, _y. Un... ____u_ ____u_ __ _, __ i
011" ".v.J.-' .u uu u'Jn, .4 her old time animosity to .nVUIJiU;: ;:', M.I'.i.t'li: JfUU.t'Iil.'UUNli UOOD IJA'.fS AND V4L i.
And to the earth be peace;
Good will henceforth from henven to men England, in the cordial reception

I Begin and never cease." extended to Kruger, and in the recent Men's MeMurray & Baker

l Nahum Tate, 1703. remarkable utterance of Mercier. Women's-and Children'sSHOES ,

As for TCruger himself, his /

CHRISTMAS. conduct has been both cowardlyand 220 and 222 East Bay Mohawk Block. Jacksonville Fla.

selfish. When in danger of .
Headquarters for
1. capture, hn grabbed his money
The whole world on Tuesday the bags and left his struggling countrymen .
r 25th will Join in celebrating the' to their fate. The Boer Wagon Material Vehicles, Harness Bicycles
birth of our Lord. When
we speak president would be in danger of
of December the 25th as being the his life now if he should return to and Sundries."KELLY" .

date of the Saviour's birth, we do so his people, for they no more regard
y 'with the full knowledge that the him as a patriot willing to suffer SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheelsat

i date I U more than likely incorrect and die with them for the sake of short notice.

II would and that the 25th of Slay, perhaps, the principles they advocate, but AT' SUCH LOW PIHCES THAT WE ARE BOUND TO ----------- ---- --, _______ U___ ______
come nearer being the cor. rather rprrn rrl him .A.. rlAaprtAl oftheir
rect date. Be that as It may It is -eauee.: Evidently the Boer increase our business. !-mS7mC7-oft ? tAQZ G'/l! t7! R s

immaterial, and the event only con estimate of their fleeing president -A nice line of goods suitable] for the-
corns us. For ages the Christian is a correct one. lie has not been

nations have religiously set aside sent by his government to other Men Folks Christmas .The Froebel Academy.
the 25th of December as a day for nations for the purpose of securingaid Presents .

commemorating the birth of Him but I I'simply deserter, skulking .

who spoke "as never man spake," away from his own countrymenas A BEAUTIFUL FANCY SILK VEST AT il.5O TO $ .CO> -NO A Modern High School and Boarding School

L and throughout succeeding bgts well as a fugitive from English Man's wardrobe Is complete without, one; a fine line of jewelry, nt'ckware and JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

Christmas Day will continue to justice. If he had been the hero dress shirts, all inexpensive at our prices don't you think!? Apply catalogue to IV!

bring joy and gladness Into the that many have insisted he was he Any article bought of us exchanged after Christmas, it not to the d sired size. I''
homes and hearts of multiplied would have remained with hip. people PEt.OFJ.Er.:: :: : :SZPPIZR: !I!

millions. While Christmas is a and shared their lot with him. PRINCIPAL .

recognized time for gayety and recreation Think of Washington deserting his Eagle Clothing Store _3 1tY3 1s .+ __. l
still It is not to be classed barefooted regiments at Valley ,

wholly as n day for Indulging mere- Forge and flying to France with

ly in worldly pleasures. The event the revenues of his country In a Opposite the bank. Titusville. HAMMOND PACKING CO.

that changed chronology of the private grip sack But this is exactly
(Formerly] The G. II. Hammond Co.
,world and ushered in )
a new dispensation what Kruger has dope, and
le vastly important, becauseof there are some who laud him as a OUR SPECIALTIES :

Its historical and I religious significance patriot of the! first water 1 "Con. -111; U. S. HOTELJACKSONVILLE "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

I R "tvi__Lt.tain, n,uevtiiiiiuui.and. ,he who. epiril. fails. has. to HUBS.en-. I sistency thou art a jewel." .I HCoin_ ;no QrTe- ,- _. _.ill"_: r.I__: .n. .n.,"' rl''" r.r. ..,.,.. .fin"Calumet" L.....

ed the real \ hams and breakfast bacon.
essence and purport of WE have heard it reported that FLA.
I the occasion. The advent of Christ so-called killing "Calumet" leaf lard.
meant the many sportsmen are (Formerly the Carleton )
overturning of ancient ducks and other game in large Hqmemade pure lard.

., ,,,( liglous Orders, and the dissolution that for of re. quantities and shipping them out Is now open, under entire new management, as a strictly list-class house "Peerless" compound lard, sausages
compacts centuries of the State. If thU be true some and all Packing House Product Florida
I 1f ''I had enshrouded religion in mysticisms For further particulars apply] toWILLIAM Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
i steps should be taken at once to
t and was rapidly driving the stop the traffic In game. There isa CATTO. Proprietor.

l ity.nations With into the paganism and Infidel law fixing a certain penalty for (Formerly of the Putnam. nouns, Palatk) WILLIAM CLARKE SANITARTPLUMBER.
inauguration of
selling venison, and while we believe .
g religious throught there comes also there is no law prohibitingthe ....
,,J a higher civilization, and a more shipment of ducks still I THE Nicaraguan Canal will bo FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF
Fine Oas
perfect civil go\'prnment-the natural think it nothing but right that opened up and the United States SCHOOLS. Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet

concomitants of elevated moral something should be done to I will have the privilege fortifyingthe Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs Water Closet -

ideas. As we look at the magnificent pre. same. It will take millions to TirtnviLLB, FLA., Deo. IS. 1900. and Wasb Stands.
vent these sportsmen whQ are more To Hon.Ale,.. A. Htvwnrf, Copper vessels of all kinds and
civilization of the present century after money than sport, from killing build the canal but it will also save Clerk Circuit Court. descriptions re-tinned.
we do so with firm convictionthat millions of dollars Bin' -In compliance with Suction 3, Chapter
to shippers. .
ducks In large quantities and 4.V2, Law of Florida, we hereby file with you
it is practically the result of the I ... statement of all school
shipping them out of the country.All moneys received' ,appropriation' made and war. 37 Forsyth St.
the sublime teachings of the Nnz- true sportsmen will with TnE United States battleship rants' lR4iiftd. for' the moutb ending the 30th day Jacksonville Florida.
hI, arene-that One of whom agree of October',A. U. IDtMI.RECAPITULATION.. ,
the angels us, and will try to correct this selfishness Kentucky has been ordered from I .

sang nineteen hundred years on the part of the Constantinople to Manila. It appears Ralanro In treasury .last report...........$ o 70
pothunters Total .., ... ..
ago, and who today is worshippedas receipt during montb ..... 834 BJ
Have all the. time from this that the United
God good ............. ... .
throughout the length and Total ......$84131
you want, but don't destroy the States is satisfied with Turkey'scruiser Total warrants' paid by treasurer.' .. ....... 010 .PLUI BII
Gi breadth of the civilized world. game ; want to hunt again arrangement. lUlnnne In treamiry ..... ....... .......... 2187 4A G.S
Christmas Is here, so let us enter you may Warrant inmied, Nov. 1......,.. ... .....188076 .
1 '' upon, ,it with cheerful minds and GOOD ADVICE. Balance.. ..In treasury.. ITEMIZED..laetreport' RKOBIPTH' .. .. ... .1 0m
,..., ..
i glad hearts. Let us-also seek to g : Steam. Gas and Hot \\fr.in. .....,.. IIHI.: ......... "r-f_ < L..L L__
THE ADVOCATE wishes all its -- From Tax Coll., county school levy,iB9II., wi 'LUII v,1.: ., :)neetlrOn
make the lives of others happy by From' Tax Collector,poll tax, 1 HIM..... ... 13600
eome kind remembrance readers a .Merry Christmas and a The Greenville (!'t1l811)) Times gives the From Tax Collector:: poll: tax, 1800 18400 and Copper
or some following good advice to parents: 8t Treasurer reilempt I of 1 1"i8; )4:: 1(104fiB Smithing.
gentle act of love. Happy New Year. This season of proport'n' I mill tax, ..... ,
k "Peace on earth the should l indeed be a "Put your boy to work If he I II not In Co 811pt sale of hooks......... .... 1038) Estimates
year joyous
and good will to men" should not school. If there Is nothing else for him ii ii ii sale surplus material Cocoa 379 furnished on application to
any part of Florida.
one, for It is a time.of u examination .......,....
good news.
'I only be but should be to put him to whitewashing the back 3 IK)
sung, carriedout Tucollector.: taxl HUH+ .. ,.... .,.... 2369
in the practical trend of human May the time hasten on when there fence. Keep the lawn mowed and even e poll 11)00)( ... ..... ...... 600 IIOOKZR: d3
shall be cut the winter supply of wood. Any LXG-El-raODY": ::
life. "peace" "when on earth, goodwillto thing Is better for him than loafing about Total) receipt...... ....... ... .. ......|'841"31 13 to 28 South Main sheet
ti men shall beat .
THE EAST; COAST ADVOCATE, in their swords into and town at the rear end of a cigarette Teacher'-salaries ITEMIZED. ...KXPCMDITDRKS........14Tfl./ no JACKSONVILLE . .
ploughshares .
gala dress, greets its numerous pa. stump learning all the evils and contract John H 8am,salary county supt.....".. 73 00 FLORIDA.
their spears into pruning hooks" ing all the vices that the devil keeps 8. V. Gibus per :diem and ,
trona this week with "A Merry afloat to catch Idlers. No honest labor m..mh..rboard............... ........ .a..* 12'O -
j, Christraoa" Christmas comes tome _.III.. I..... .._ .. L., .. .to.. .au".. .t..3.I.. R. E. .Mime..., per! diem and mileage a* [' '
INSTEAD "Y" ;IVY' "VI, UO .v .a mem<*r' .ar.... .... ... .... ....... ..... 900 \ \ WATCHES
), poor, worn-out editor as it does of accepting a positionas he may contract on the street may kill J. M Dixon, per diem and mileage a* I. I '. --d CLOCKS

to all of you, and through tho kindness chief editor on the stair of a his soul and poison his moral nature so .T member P Sawtelle board rent.for....No......school. .. 37.......,. 2 400 OIl :;.. I ,
if of our friends we are enabledto Denver paper Mr. Bryan has announced as to make him a detriment" to the community rt a Same,rent for term school 106 ..... 10 no i ttrj ,
his Id which lie lives, and bow down 8 F Travis. stove* fixtures school 4. 10 OS IUIIL'I Diamonds
celebrate It in a fitting way. purpose to publish and his gray parents with sorrow. If the rrltchord >S Son ,. Of school 3,10,19,3T 43 31 ; .Jewelry
R L chains.anti ....... ,
The ADVOCATE has no Christmastree edit a weekly paper of his own, to fathers and mother of today would Moon work nt> 2 .. Inn
trerard Co State Hank Interest ... .. :28(in %.4: ;9
or big stocking; but in our be called the Commoner. The paper only learn the Importance of training J I C nilwrt, placing clanks In Cocoa school 1 ou .f.1r', f a Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents,
pages we have given you the best will be devoted to the principles their sons to be Industrious! and keep J A' A 7.tlroven.Ulxon, material" *". placing'" desks,21. 2 1 04 m Mfn! 01 Walthara Watches, etc.
them off
could advocated by him in his the streets, the coming generation Chun H Walton publishing statement.... too
we considering the patron. recent would be Inestimably better off." Amerloan Book Co, school bonks......... 178D7 :j; : \tU.QM\l
age we have received from this canvass for president: Mmltherncbool Book Dept books...... 14 V : & FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
you Hln ..
glad season. It is our share of yourChristmas Little Brown Jug; Water Filters $2.00 O WCrabb, transfering desk.Cocoa.... 200 A SPECIALTY.

happiness. And now, In ALBEKT A. Wilcox was sworn in and $3.00 Clauda Walton: agent. Total expenditures) ........._............-f 1880 76ZDOZLST'1 Watch injector tor Plant System and also] for .Jacksonville A: Southwestern R'".
this happy Christmas time, when as a member of the House of Representatives : .. aad R-.6.. .......-.-... n---_...... .. ,
everyone wishes one another well, on December the 15th. ---J'- .u..w..y H..XILL:t.

we take this opportunity to thank Mr., Wilcox is the delegate from -- !Mfi W. nay St., JACKBOHVILLK FLA.
you all-our subscribers, our adver- Hawaii, and after being sworn in : : :3 EAZ :!: ISIS: -- 0.---- I

tare, our contributors, and last, but received the congratulations of Watches
by no means least, our East Coast many of the. members. Unless you want to save money. AND Jewelrv.The.

_correspondents uL. IL_ _" who" have. taken DRY nnnn4.. -Vrvrrf.- --ro. .. _QTTtWC n___., _MILrI______....F.R'V__._,, 1I'TTRN'tTTTR1I'. ____... _n_, V..TTIVna...... & &&" "'''', U .
i .B.IUCD 'Dteres, In toe pink paper. TilE pension appropriation bill .old
TRUNKS, TOTS XMAS NOVELTIES, Etc. Prices establUh! Watch and Jewelry business
We thank you all for your patron. passed the House in thirteen min. are right. ALIOATOR. THE GOLDEN

'1 age, hoping that the ADVOCATE will utes ,after its 'reading The bill has removed from the old stand, 5 West Bay street
Our stock i hi new, well selected] and SUITABLE. WE to 417
continue CAN, WE WILL please] West Bay
to deserve you. street
on the
your support ; provides for 1145,145,230, which same tide of the street, In the
and in conclusion we wish you all will be disbursed to many thousands TRY US. Mall orders receive prompt and careful attention. Traveler's Hotel block. Established In 1873. AddressI.OVIS

"A Merry Christmas and a Happy of pensioners all over the ,
I .
I New Year." United States. I John R. Walker & Co. Titusville, FJa. 417 WEST BAY : : J:. S'I'EJaE' : :: S..


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Dr. B. H. ARMSTRONG, Tibbals.- The H-0 Co.'s FeedsAre THE SOUTHERN FRUIT CO.

Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine -
services in Tibbals-Eden church, on
10 and 12 Bridge street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
!Sunday:: afternoon. next, at usual hour exclusive rations of grain scientifically blended to accomplish certain ends.

The Musical Club met, last Saturday The H-O Co.'s Poultry Feed to Insure a greater yields of eggs anda Wholesale Fruit and Produce Merchants.We .
evening, at the residence Mr. and Mrs.

W. U. Harris, and a* usual, all spent shorter moulting season. pay cash for all fruits and vegetables, or receive on commlimlon,
very pleasant evening. The H-O Co.'s Horse Feed to Insure the maximum of strengthand
giving shipper tbe benefit of the market.

Mrs. Harry Jennings and:Miss Gertrude condition to your horse. PJIOMPT UKTUUNS. :
England spent several days last week, The H-O Co.'s Scratching Feed for Poultry to produce profitable
In Jacksonville; returning Sunday night, results. -We want---

after making many selections from old TOMATOES, LIMES, PINEAPPLES, BANANAS, COCOANUTS, LEMONS.
The H-O Co.'s Dairy Feed will\ greatly Increase the flow of milk, and makeIt

Santa Claus. richer in butter fats; at the same time keeping up the live weight of the cow. GRANGES, GUAVAS, APPLES, POTATOES: ONIONS, CEI.ERY,

Frank Waters, who has a position at POULTRY AND EGOS. Address,
TIT that the trial of a sample lot of the 11-0 Co.'s Feeds will\
clerk la the
) I II. correct all cases of simple and Jensen's prominent store of J.merchants C. Frink,, one spent ol W LI e Guarantee t substantiate the above claims, or we will cheerfully refund THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY,

. compound refraction of the eyes, relieving Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. ;your money. 10 and 12 Bridge Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
all nerve and eye strain, headaches, T. Waters. Frank expienses himself Ask your feed dealer for it. If he doea not keep It we will\ supply you direct. ,
as being much with his -- -- -- --- .--
and often sick stomach. A sclentitio pleased position,
and the people of Jensen. CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
made before
examination fitting glasses.

We carry tbe largest optical stock In the Mr. and Mrs. W. Rawlinson and Mr. WEST ADAMS STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ATLANTIC CITY.
Eldridge, prominent and pine
State. We also do the largest orange _. -
optical ----- -- - -- ---
apple growers of Aokona, were pleasant
business. Repair work by mall promptly visitors In our burg, last Sunday. Mr.

attended. to. Address orange Rawlinson growers Is probably In this one section.of the We largest are The New Seaside Resort of the South. 16 Miles from Jacksonville.

Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG, Specialist. always glad to have our neighbors visitus

and ideas. We be ben- A.GOOD .

55 W Bay street Clarke's, -Pharmacy Jacksonville, Fla. efltted.by exchange, which each others Is our chief experience industry.may In fruitculture ,. Riui SOAP Property of the Florida East Coast Railway.The .

Tbe writer notes in the Eden items of
U. S. Department of Agriculture a recent Issue of the Times-Union and WATER iiiottt popular soiiHldo resort In the South.

262. Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. Citizen, that the ladies of that place have HARD rots fronting the ocean and boulevard now
followed the the Tlbbals
example set by
offered for Halo. Special) price for next JIO 111\3'11.
The ladles and have organized Civic Club IZOPF 14 SOAP w xadAcs..mwzi.r .
following is a comparative statement hundred
of temperature and rainfall for the and have already raised one u.Ttlcu3n.ca. :D:E3"\Lokr.r.l.o.n.:
- dollars to be used in building a shell\ : : : :: : : .A.g't.
week ending Tuesday Deo. 18 1000.
road. If this Is a reliable the .
-1900- -1899- -- -- --- -- -- -- --- 22 Hogan street, JACKSONVILLE, FI.A.
writer would suggest that they, Instead
of Melbourne. Lotus.We ---- -- -
road build -- --
12 74 60 78 71 building a a bicycle path, ,
and have continuous rood ) the
, 13 78 II!0 74 (18 river. a along Georgiana.Capt. Seabreeze.Judge .
14 79 (09 75 (00
15 74 60 77 03 Attorney F. M. (Hudson, who recently OOODK &: OOODK.'Heal Estate and l.o"na.A'I'nt are enjoying some fine weather at -

16 75 62 75 05 moved here from Arkansas, brought with Oloh'J' tnt Providence JKtn*. London WaHhtnirton. and Liverpool Hun(anti and,'...' present.T J. It. Anthony spent a few days and Mrs.Tuslioreau.of. Toronto,

17 71 67 70 02 him three very fine specimens of Belgian elfin Klre Insurance. Special, attention paidto G. Ronald la off on a camp hunt last week at his place here overseeing Canada" are at the Colonnades for an extended -
18 72 60 70 71 hares, which are very profitably raisedIn the Interests of non relilanta. this week things. stay

Total rainfall for the week: .32 some States for market, as they /grow HOTEL CARI.ETON-Op"n the year. mnnil., 119- C. D. Provost was up from Fort Pierce, F, W. Lyman wasoutdilvlng Saturday The Colonnades having wry satisfactory
}IS S Departure from normal rainfall for the very large, and the meat Is very fine. liKhtrul; spot to HpeiKl winter or Hummer. Located Friday< and returned Saturday.C. aftcl'noonInri/ calling on filnmls the l'I\oIe-.1l01l1"11 double> that of acme
If climate healthful for them .
bluir the Indian
week: minus .10 Inches. Departure proves on high overlooking north end of town. date last
from normal rainfall since January 1, ft'r. Hudson may increase his stock. Itlver. Ternm moderate. Thlgpln, of Cocoa, was hero, Sun year
minus 5.05 Inched. They are very easily raised, needing but FRANK RusswrsorProprietor. day, on a visit to S. A. ()lIttlon. Dr. Holmes wan down Wednesday" Hugo Frlndlander, of Interliiohon, Fla.,.

HAL. P. HARDIN, Observer. little care, and feed principally oats Subset Iptlons for the ADVOCATE, Beans are moving out dally, and truckers making professional calls on his patients, ...11I111'1'1101 the ChrltitniHs holidays with
:Is and hay. They are very fond of timothy the pink paper of the East Coast will be are jubilant over good prices..J. Grandma Mtinson and Mis. Hughes friends at the Colonnades..
hay, and will\ leave corn or oats to eat It. received at the Melbourne PostofBoe.Mensrs. ..
M. Ennls has been at Brahttay Rev. Dr. Chambers and Mr. Tuttle> were Judge Clinton Churchill Clarke, with
Eden. oral having their beans picked Monday. Mr. Mrs. Clarke, from Chicago, are at the
days packing for different
- J. Odgers, of Frostburg, Md., writes: J. H. Hadley, Alden Hadley lIes. oranges Llnderbury has also been shipping and Colonnades! and will visit Nassau later.
"I had a very bad attack of kidney com- and Mr. Castle went down the river on a par getting fancy 1 prices.Mrs. .
C. A. Robinson has sold his sloop to plaint and tried Foley's Kidney Cure, trip last Monday. Quite number from hero expect to M,. and Mrs. Jus.' Molntlre, of Chicago,
Doll Mnnnr and the MHHOS! ITnt- who at the Colonrmdus will\ be
Prof. Eau are at
Dejman.iof Qallle.\ which me Immediate relief and 1 I take In the excursion to Tltusvllle, Friday -
gave The will be entertained
Literary Society -
tie Thayvr and Louise Llndeibury. wererianKenucrs the Colonial' Nassau, N. I I',, during February *
Mrs. Bachus of Jensen, was visiting was"perfectly cured after taking two bot- to-night (Friday), at Hotel Carleton, via steamer Canaveral.C. on the Spartan, Monday, to and Muicli.

f Eden and Tlbbals friends last week. tles. Take no substitute. B. R. Wilson by Mrs. R. W. Goode and daughters. D. Provost's store Is displayed with Cocoa! and return, on shopping' expedition.
& 1 fcon.:> Mr. aril I Mrs F M. Drown anti Mr.IlriuipKMi .
. Dr. Platt of Fort Pierce, was culled Meiers. Paddisnn and Wilhite spent i Christmas clerk stock, and J. M. Field his Itrmvn, of New York, are at

to Eden, professionally, last Tuesday. Sunday evening in town. ; They came lot hustling/ Is managing sell a good Mr. Simmons. hits" rented. the Blockhouse lliu ColonniiduM for a month, and will be
r J. II. LeTourneau'o cat boat h-.... just Grant.Mrs. down from EAU: Gal lie to attend chinch.Mesars. It. and hiM father antI family are ex at the Royal' Calm, Miami, later In this

left the ways, after a thorough .tveihaul- George !Sweeney' and Claude S. A. Onfeen paid Cocoa visit. Saturday pooled, this wook. The community ex seiiMim.
Charabei'lin\ of Indlnnola were At the via the steamer Canaveral, to meet extends to the strangers a hearty. welltnmA .-
r P. Nelson Is visiting friends In Hotel Colonnades' Xmas tree will be
coop of fine chickens that cainu In by __ _
log.We ,
dance at Hotel Bellevue last Friday un.
are maklngdally shipments of flab, Melbourne this ,week. on Chi lilt 1111'" eight, sad tor New' Yesra'Eve
night: express. Mr. Curtis has been seriously 111 at ; hmo I Inn masquerade' | ball at the
oranges, tangerines, grapefruit pineapples Walter A. Nelson arrived here last
Saturday from Miami and Is haulIng Hon. W. B. Sutton, Into consul-genera T. G. Ronald has the finest crop of Mr. lllHcock's! for more than two weeks.Dr. pavilion. We expect a giuat time on
seine, now to Mexico, l is here with his family, and tangerines he has ever had, on about 75 Chambers: Is giving his case his most eaob vcuaolon.WOMAN'S.
with his brother
Mr. and Mrs. Maltby came up from a will spend the winter in Mr Bonter's or MO( tl'''''". He will pick at least :at)0) careful attention, and his patient wasa -.----- ---

I West Palm Beach, on Sunday, to spend, Mr. Huntsman, of Fort Pierce, was a pretty cottage "n the bluff.W. boxes, although some tires are' small. little bettor Sunday afternoon ItmilTS. Woman's first
the day at the hospitable home of C. A. -
in last
Robinson. pleasant visitor our town Friday. K. Campbell has finished the slid From an acre of beans J. N. Chalker Chas Wernlng stopped) over here a Inalienable "light Is freedom from headache *
lie made heart. at the
his somebody's glad road around the Episcopal church, and: has picked 1N4 crate, and han only picked few days heat. week, for a visit among his nervousness and constipation, thatso
U. W. Richards C. A. Robinson and sight smiling face. la a great Improvement. The Ladles twice, getting\/ first and 01 the sec many friends at this place. He has often make tier life mlneiulilo The

W. II. Tancre went to lodge meeting at Chaa. Warning, who left last April for Guild pay for this road out of tholr fund. ond. That acre will turn out at least spent a very pleasant summer among/ old dun caiisn of those. trouble) Is stomach]
Fort Pierce, last Friday, with W. F. Paris, returned here last Friday, after avery 2."iO crates at four pickings. Who says acquaint. OI'a In Chicago: and Paris. He disorder. Dr. Loyal Ford's )DyiipeptlaUle,
Richards. pleasant trip. Mr. Wernlng/ tells Little James Emil, whose face was Lotus soil will not produce bean!? left for Grant Fr Iday., Is the new and perfect" cure for these Ills.B. .

Fred Wllles' dashing turnout flashed: many stories of the wonderful sights hft badly be wan torn shooting bv a gun a duck kicking, Improving him while Wednesday night of last week the There will\ bo a Christmas tree and,I an 1 R. VVIlHon Son.
n by last Saturday. It Is quite the ewe]lest : saw at the exposition, but we are gladto under the care of Dr. Peek, who put ten death angel visited the home of Mr. and entertainment, at the church, Monday

turnout In this region fie has a line have him back with us again. stitches In the brave little fellow's cheek Mrs. Allen Booth and took front_. them evening, lien :2lth. Everybody Is cordially HEATING STOVES of all kinds, for

new spirited team of horses. W. It. Walker, jr., came up from Fort their. little girl, just three' years old. invited to come and bring their 0111 I, wood, gas, oil or gnsollno. The

The air Is full of Christmas Pierce last Sunday, to visit bin parent The entertainment given by the Guildat While a sad loss, we know It Is better so, presents and have them put on the tree Banner oil healer, ollll"II.lIlIi makes
From all Indications it will be mystery. and family. Mrs. _Walker and little Hotel Melbourne, last: Friday night, for angels are waiting: for her In realms for their friends Come one, come all, an acceptable and Pre
a very daughter: who have beeu visiting here was quite a BUCTOHS. 'fhe ladles thank above. They have the sympathy of the and bring the little folks and have a good scat. Write to
merry one In Eden. The Congregational the past week, returned to Fort Pierce Mr. Gilbert, of Eau Gallle, for so kindly entire community./ time. OKO.: II. FIIMAI.I, '
Sunday School will celebrate with a tree I
with him. where intend to make helping them on the program with his Sun ford Fla.
they -- ,
Christmas Eve. There will be several new and popular sonits. On the muni The many friends of little Winnie
dinner pal ties on Christmas day. A large their home cal program were Mesdames E. M.Camp After exposure or when you feel a mid Dixon will be glad to know that her Linger .
party will attend the dedication of the W. D. Ames and charming/ daughter bell and C. H. Stewart; also the Mlsitus coming on take Foley's honey and Tar. Is much better, and that the end of THK RAPID CALKKIi III I what every

- Masonic Hall, at ,Fort Pierce,on the 27th. I Miss Bertha, of East Dorset, Vt., arrived Annie Goode and Matlle Brown, and the It oever falls to cure, and will prevent the finger ham been saved. It Is still ynetliHinsn awl boatbiilldur needs.. For
Every mall and freight l U laden with here, last Wednesday. Mr. Ames spent Messrs. J. Nicholson and Claude Beau, pneumonia or consumption If taken In swollen) very much but haw stopped discharging males by Jam Piltohard/ 1 A Mon, Tltus-
mysterious bundles and packages, so last winter here, and his many friends jean. Mrs Campbell's select readingwas time. B. R. Wilson A Jon : and It Is hoped the patient vlllo, 11'1... l'.lclI.i and
everybody is suro to be remembered with were pleased to see him back again He good, and enjoyed by all. Atm ng little sufferer will soon bo free from pain.

presents galore. left on Thursday for West Palm Beach, those from Eau Gallle who attended the Miss Beatrice Sanders claims to have CALL and get your clothe dyed, cleaned

Mrs. n. W. Richards treated a party of where he decided to spend this winter, entertainment were the MUnes Florence Artesia.The the model school of the county. Onemornlnll pressed or altered, at 4

ladies to a drive to Santa Clans' headquarters much to the disappointment of us all. Hodgson and Jean Miller; Messrs. J. A. -- the steamer was unusually late RoiiKitr WII.MAMM',

;Fort Pierce, last Saturday. It Miss Ames remained till Saturday, when Gilbert, E. S. Randall, Person Paddlson, the and she did not gut to her school until I Next to tent factory:
fine since
she left to join her father. During her klngan Willhite. The /gardens are looking ------ ---
is a most beautiful drive through lovely I Hodgson. Harry recent rains nearly noun !She: found everything going
orange groves and woods, most of the short stay here Miss Ames made many little MUses Nellie Gard, Annie Morgan on In perfect order. Mlsaas|| Eva SCHOOL BOARD MEETING.
way, making a shady, pleasant ride. friends, who were all very sorry to see and Alma Martin had a fmoy table Mlns Mary Tuten has been quite sick, Owen and Llllle Carter hud heard all the
They had no adventures, and saw no wild her go, but hope to see her back here which held a pretty display of work done but Is now convalescing. classes recite In their usual order, recess, -
again some time. the ladles which them In Tile hoard\ met Wednesday 1>eo. Oth.
animals except a squirrel and an Immense by brought over and again at their studies.Today .
moccasin, snake, which would undoubtedly about six dollars In small change. '_.I n.__ C.' ,Burns_ of u.-Canaveral'.__. called) on Present_. :. H. (I'. (!Ulbbs, chairmanIt.!; K.Mlrim .
irivuu* ill Artesia, J, M. Dlxon end JIll). u. oum
ouuuwjr. ,
bave met its death at the SEEIN THINGS AT NIGHT or nightmare take Folny's, Honey and Tar. It
hands claws. and teeth, rather-of a Is a common result of Indigestion.! RECOMMENDS IT TO TRAINMEN.I. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Carrlngton spent positively prevents pneumonia, or other (n.. Hiipt. The minutes were rel1 received
large house cat, that was engaged with You can't expect good sleep with a bad ( II. Hausan, Limn: 0., engineer. L. E. Sunday evening at N. King's. Nerions results from cold.. It may be too and The ordered treasurer's l entered report on (lie wee minutes.

it, until driven away by the approach of stomach. Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeptlcide( & W. K'y, writes: "I have been troubleda Mrs. Jones, from Baltimore, Md whoIs lute to-morrow. B. R. Wilson A Son: Toucher: were appointed as follows:
makes sound stomach
the One of the ladles missed the new remedy, a
wagon. deal with backache. I was Induced ber brother J, T Hood --------
now visiting Mrs. Ynnlle Puckaber t'Hlclanol: I No. -UWoodley. : -
the chance of her life to pose is a hero- that digests perfectly. B. R. Wilson to try Fole,'. Kidney Cur, and Is quite sick. -fo you (liter your drinking water F Miss Mary Parker: to school

ine. She had a revolver, to use to protect Son ____________ one bottle entirely relieved me. 1 gladly -.-- -- ------ No. H-CaDRveral. At INS A linn Kransen
the others and after watching: N. O. Penny and R. C. Burns, presented
((1)), !
recommend It to one especially
any my to school al Viking apportionment\ under
the Artesia School with Courtenay.Our .
the snake glide away, said excitedly, Sebastian. Sunday some
friends among the train men, who are the regular rule, viz: 413 per pupilIn
"Oh I why didn't I shoot it. Her friends nice song -
1 I usually similarly aflllcted. B. K. Wilson regular attendance, and, that the patrons >
have decided to take clubs, and not this A; Son. 8. R. Tuten left, for Tltusvllle, on the bean and, orange growers are happy of mild school must provide, the
brave lady, for protection In the future. Rev. W. J.alne returned from up the 17th Inst., where he Is engaged In tbeoarpenter'a and wealthy school room and saute, until the schoolIs
river on Tuesday. trade.
I established.
Roseland. M. J. /Hams' and family wore shopping fairly
WANTED-Work on pineapple plantation Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hud on visited There will IMS a Christmas tree at the In Tltiisvllla Saturday.A Ordered that a stove and pipe be fiin>.
by a gardner having general experience Melbourne on Monday last. Artenla school house on Christmas Eve Uliod forschnol No. I LaUranga.. That
with fruits etc. Address "Oar. convoy of of mounted black birds the gutter on school Its*;, Cocoa,be fixed.
If want the news. of the East Coast A. E. Campbell has. purchased.. a borne A nice program Is being arranged, which
dener B. Malabar, you left town Tuesday on a bear hunt. :That a galvanized saddle for, stove pipebe '
care flecking, Esq., andmusic. !
will consist of recitations
Florlja. you should subscribe for the ADVOCATE. and wagon, to facilitate handling his songs, furnished to scnool :2lJeriutlan.That .
2t All are Invited to attend, especially .Hupt. Sam' left Tuesday' to bid some
Allan Campbell came down from Rose- orange crop.S. the children, as good Ht. Nichol of the schools down the river a finalsdieu. the.requeue' of Mr. llovoUrud for a

land, Sundaj, and attended Divine ser Boone and his men have been rebuilding as will be there, and will brings gifts school at )lletliel Creek cunnot be granted
Bovine.Fred vice. the draw In the railroad bridgeat that; will make glad the hearts of the lit- -the change of residence having/ been
this place. Mrs. J. '1'. Mitchell, of Indlanola, and male after the schools. were opened.,
Miss Rena Faber has returned from tie ons. nephew Gen' Wallace/ visited Mrs. Ordered that tlio salary of the teacher
Houston and family went to Cocoa City Point, to the delight of her many. Quinn Gibson, the F. E. C. pumper at: Symmes Tuesday evening. at )llardeevllle he changed to tM: ) per

shopping last week. friends. this place, Is upending! a few weeks at Mrs T. Brlddleman of Parshallvllle, the month, term of live month That the
There U to 'Im ft Xmas tree at
Everyodby seems to be busy now a "Crank Forster came over from Orchid, Columbia, S. C. !tumor says he will Mich., was troubled with salt rheum for church clirUtmu eve. Come all and bill of M. H. Ham, for rent of building
days getting ready for Xraaa. Tuesday,shopping and looking for hands bring wife with him when he returns. thirteen years and had tried a number of illl the tree with presents. for use of whool KM)-.Courtenuy, bo puld.
W. P. Underwood returned last week doctors without relief. After two or three That the bill of C. W. Crabb, for tranvforlng
We will have our Christmas tree on to pick beans. :I from a two weeks' trip to St. Augustineand applications of Banner Salve, her hand H. H. Jenkins sold Joe field a fine ; furniture, be paid. That a war.
the 23rd at 7:30:: ( p. m. sharp. All are cor- The cat-boat. Baby ?Mine sailed ocean- Palatka; going to St. Augustine In became better and In a short time she colt. Joe will have his bands full twirlIng )- rant book be ordered. That H K. G.

dially invited! to attend. wards on Monday, with Messrs. Hogg, bis launch, which lie sold there, and returning was entirely cured. B. R. Wilson A: Son. that new red moustache and colt. chairs be ordered for school at Tltu vllle.

Messrs. J. King and W. Holllway\ of Smart and Stanley Kitchlng aboard. by train. He sold a5 II. P, oral II. J. Tiffin, of Montreal Cao., arrivedon Also 18 K. (I. chairs for school at Fort

Eau Gallie, brought in two fine deer the The Union. Sunday School Christmastree marine engine to a party.In Holly the mall boat Tuesday night, feeling I Pierce
other day says our Bovine correspondent.On entertainment will be held Christmas while making the trip. Banyan. and looking O. K. W* trust he Is to remain -I
has winter look after his J. {Y. of Lowder, Ills., writes:
December the 15th watermelon Eve. An interesting program The ferry-boat has" been ashore on the all too large Bryan

was served at Bethel Stewarts' pretty been arranged and the exercises will south side of the railroad, bridge for several A Christmas tree, songs, marches and and valuable property. "My little boy was very the low doctor, with pneu

Rosedale cottage. Others In town have commence at seven p. m. ] days. Th single small wire used asa recitations by the school next week. ______-- monia.Foley's Unknown Honey to and Tar. The we result;gavehim

been them also. cable will not stand the strain If much Hteel Death.
enjoying r Cold or doctor It
Small consignments of vegetables are was nU&lClcal.lld puzzled the M
A :Night of Terror. wind Is blowing even when new, and after .
Messrs. Ed Stevenson and Mike Simmons weeks' It breaks being shipped every da-mo.tll boans. There Is but one small chance to save Immediately mopped the racking cough"
visiting bere Awful anxiety was felt for the widowof a few use very easily. and he quickly rtwovered." B. R. WH."'
of Savage, anticipate life and that Is through! an opera
for lost your
TIle arrangement crossing and Mrs. Booth of Brantley
General Burnbam of Machla present Mr. ,
will\ be tbe brave before A Son.
during the holidays and they the river II, to the least not last week. We join themIn tion, wa the awful prospect: set :
when the doctors said she could say very their baby girl ----
welcomed by the, ever hospitable peopleof *, Mrs. I. B. Hunt of Lime Ridge, WU., by
their sad bereavement.A .
this city. not live till morning writes Mra S. 11. praiseworthy.A sympathy her doctor after vainly trying to cure FINE CUTLEnyl.; pocket knives, razors,

Lincoln who attended her that fearful large green turtle was caught In a her of a frightful cane of stomach trouble Helps ware.
night. All thought she must soon die Blunder week dldnt GEO. H. i &u.f AIP,
Frightful pompano net last by Capt. Bayu. and yellow Jaundice. He count
A Monster Devil Fish from pneumonia but she begged for Dr. This Is a rare occurrence so far from tbe oo tbe marvellous power of electric bitters Sanford: Fla.
It had Will often cause a horrible burn, scald
Destroying Its victim, U a type of con. Kings New Discovery, saying nlet. to cure stomach and liver troubles,
stlpation. The of this murderous more than once saved her Ufe and had cut or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve but she beard of I If took seven bottles, HAVE YOU SEEN TilE WALTON
power of consumption. After three Is the best In the world, will kill the If call at the store
cured her Calker not
and avoided Rapid
and nerves lime cement wholly cured surgeonsknife
malady on organs and heal It. Cures old DOORS SASH. ,
muscles and brain. There's no health .mall doses she slept easily all night, pile promptly I and all other kinds of building now weighs more and feels better of Jas. Prltchartl fc Son Tllusvllle.
cured her. IIC>re., fever sores, ulcers, bolls, felons brick ba In the
completely article that should
and Its further OM guaranteed to It U an
It Is
till\ it. overcome. But Dr. Kings new all skin eruptions. Best pile care material. Quick! shipment and low than ever. positively
medicine is guaranteed corns, of boatbullder and
This marvelous stomach, liver and kidney troubles possession every
life safe and certain cure. cure
pills are a chest and lung dl- on earth. Only Wo a box.: Cure guar. prices. Read the testimonialsfrom
all throat, Price BOo at B. achtamao.
liver to cure and disappoints. ,
Best In the world for stomach, Gro. II. TfRitALn never
bottlesfree a a teed. Sold by B. R. Wilson A Jon,
and $1. Trial first-class boatbulldem.
kidneys and bowels. Only We at B. R. seases. Only 6Oo Saadurd, Fla. R.VII.oo A: too s drug store.
A Son's drug store. Druggists.
at Wilson ;
Wilson A: Son's drag store.




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j are but few weeVls which

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e 0. o, e. 0.
QtA's- can be 11 DO .tly Daai y Ne.2t. ST TI01f8. No IL CU7 X:07D aUy
I c' The host peach crop In ten years is .s ..dup _"n. -
x a ( grownwithout now ripen I In all the peach.'growlng, w9 4y J+d. :::::: iii1IU Lv........ JaokllOn.vUle .. ...... TIi i 11x7& ::::::
t ; sections. Tills most delicious fruit will U ...... .ll'>pll11M4r..8c..A0.u..tlo.. ....... 9 ..... ye
!11 : ...... 65'p 1118. Lv...... /.ngustine .......4i 0ll1p .Ola ... ..
I 6... be within the reach of all this season. ...... $17p114aa .. .......... Uutlop .... .Lv 1I4Op 11211. ...,.. dh :: b cI
t ': Potash. .... 812p 12a6F ...11'. ... .. Eu& Palatka..' .. :/ p 812& ...... I 0
I II I nul"1 The Ji'ly government crop report N : : : P allbp Ar...... .... alat .. ... ...,.. v I OU! P 14 a-:::::: ep 1 a
.Supply 'ty .-.i- 11 L..P.latka. .. .......r6lp; 886& ..... p tiOflap
y shows that the crops of buy, spring t: G v) ::::::. ... r'bamaAo.: ....... ...L. .i : 0' t 3O
Ii? # w l enough Pot wheat and rye are deficient this year. .4 . .. .. .1IIiA Lv..8an Mat o..r ... ... p.- !xI
: : CD
AH other crops are up to th" ac..-rage. W E-4 :"':':":': .TiiP la cep/ Lv....... Bait' Palatlta..Ar 11211p'T1&. p rn
I eJ ash and your O CD', ..? T.-P: lIIp)! .". ...........Ormond...........Lv. Vtp 642a o qm
cold .. .. :. fbM) 1117p ...... .Daytoo....,..... aMp sal pr .bo....'
etS profits will be The water from the t#. ,.t.4 d gasp 147r' It ... ...Port Or&nse......... 8'1 821a ..
ra1 IllS SSOs 8edp IIOp It ......w Sttty-rna........ exro soils :i6ty o
deep well which
Is sn pleasant and refn'flb"nfC 1 i-4 g Ilfi11a ...... 2 O.Ip ......... .0&11: 11 l........... a top ...... 88111> I:li fn
large; without to the toller on a hct,dal, Is r -j lib i3 8&18 ...... 1I0IIp ..........Tltusvtlle........... ." 2:lIII' ...... 1116p pIg : r ,
!It nnne the lean his CD ...... ...... 8 gNp ..........Ou,. Poln............ IMp ...... ...... .
tired and ..
Potash your so sweaty r cr.II ...... ...... 4f1p ........... 0>00& ............ .. 1'71' ...... ...... 0
I horse.A s. .. ..... stop" .......Rookloolf......... 141p! ..... ....,. ...
will be g 0 .... ...... ':/Up" .:.:......Eao Galli......,.... 11111'..... .....: ....crq t<::I
II I crop 3yoUl heifer IIoI + JIr.t ...... ...... 4209:! ..........Melboorlle.......... 10Up .,.... ..... ( tIi:
-a teln- liD. .... ...... 6U4p ...........Ro..l..lld.. ....... UillIp :..... ...... G.. 0
i I "scrubby. tested ft the Cornell university station/ b ..... ...... ...... bUpp! ..... .... b..tian..... ? ...... ...... .
II Our books, tailing about competition of fertilizer! this summer, show with recordof .3 .............. 6611p .,........ 8t. l.ume.... ..... ". 112 l ar ...... ...... C sa
J .t inJuptod for all crops, an free to all furmnra. up a CD ...... 806p ......Fort Pleroe......... 11)i1a) ..... .... 0 p
GERMAN 20 pornds of'but' 'or seven consecutive .8 ...... 11271' ........... Tibltalll..;.,.,.... 11 II'G"
I i NMUU KALI St., New WORKS York. days' milking. F4 E ..._. 881p .... .....Ede............ 11 ooaN ...... ...... ( '
03 .::.. .. "
= .... 81161' .- .1..11..11 .. ... .. I06....
CD ....... e/gp ,..........8toart. ..,....... 10 ...... ...... ;
rill Wht'at'ls 8 per cent corn 20 cent Tri-Weekly> Sailings o .......: 11ftI' .........:Rota //Sound.. ..... 1014... ...... ...... rnto
Free and per t ) ....... ISlip ... .W..., .1..pltor.. .... lG U2. ...... ...... 0
'' Accented and cotton CO per cent higher/: than one g ...... 602p .......W..1PslmBnoh...... 11:1/: '........ .......a p I
t Masons. year ago, Agriculture: Is at last getting E,4 ...... 8271' .......... BoYD" ......... H' II O BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ...... 8861' .-.... Delray ........ 81111a( ...... ...... -
4 a share of the general financial fJI: ...... ....../ l122p ......To ruderdal........ 80f1a ...... p
prosperity) which prevails the = ...... ...... lU07p .........LemoD City......... T : ........ t'
Indian countryover. : Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ...... .... lOlliI' Ar. ....... .. ..Mlaml. .. ... .... .Lv 2e5.. .. __

III I 1M I, G- No. 90 mi _n.t_ _L n L _h _1.__ ., i it M i M I .tt Parlor Cars OD Trelu, 1t5 &II, ,It.

{ River >vgM Tltusvllle-, It I Is; all right' : 'for a woman to go rue rmesisieafflsmps[ in me uoaslWIse {erYlCe Between Jaokaonrllle, Pablo Beaoh and May port.
//JL'( CV through her husband's. pants every lit- o. JN0.2& No,17Dally No IS o. a

Loilue. AX7FloiMa.. tle while not so much to nee what she The New only Hun only Sun exSu ex Dally kIn STATIONS arty onlluop l9sa
Clyde England and Southern Lines. ,
t Hold nl U. martinis. the nepond an-l t fourth Krl- can find 'tn the.. pockets as to see 't 80p7Ufp '21 Up20Hp E Hop 8 IfiaOKU v. ........ . ao villa.......,.*.., .Ar ll ..
day tilts, each """"h. 1the lute Armory, ritus-. there are not some buttons off and Direct bervice BetweenJacksongille 68lw 68Np S We. Ar. ., ... ..Bo Jaokucnvllle.............Lr a 458P426l
ntT.Wo'ului-kii.: m. 21&) 60.1> B6U. .....:.., ...Pablo Huaoh.May ......... > N 9.....
-a.14. K A.fltewarc WilHciu, ,,HKiilnr\VornlHirnl War| . 4ft. /

I J, R. Walker,.hi' n lor WauUjo.. ( at Charleston S. C. both B.tw.e a JV.w Smyrna and Orang. Betwan TIt.. tU. and Sanfard.No .
J. M. IHxoii'' Tr SHurer. seems strange that any sensible' Calling; ways) .
V. A. Morgiii,., Merretary.C City Junction. .
C i I .J F.. L.A,Carrot 1..y.Jlln'or' IIHra. Mentor' Dracon.,. man would ever seek the office of road Rniithhound ....... .........,... ............. ............ ..... .from Lewis Wharf, Boston Hoi ii STATIONS. [Koa '7uUaLv.......,.. Tltu.vilU 1 ........ r T e
11' M. (::1..""e. Uracoi supervisor but still lots of men thinkIt Northbound .. .. ..... ........... .,.. ........ .... from foot of Hogan BlroutJacksonvilleClyde's Utop i ,L v.... New Mmvrua.... Ar hails 7 Ilia ,.,.. Mlras ,,,,,,,,,,,, v 11ap
(,. H. Walio'. gtewarde.. an bonor to get such an office. A -- leap!> ........Jjike Hsleii.........Lv 64up a .....,.....Ostean............
A, Frochur Tylnr.KIDNEY P N ....... .Orange flty. ...... lftK4p 5Ua ,,..... Knierprim.......... Ite
I man never really gets to know his St. Johns River Line. 6onAr..OangwUt Innotlon. I ft Up 5itaAr __ ____ ____ Sanford. .....,.. al ea.Ul .
neighbors until he has this -
held office. i trains l between New tUmyriw andOrange All trams be wMn Tltiuville and Saaford
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. City Junoilon dally pace: pt g+unda ( tail .nowyn uTheiw .

Blue Jays have become so destructive Jucksonvllle, Palatka Sanford. Kiiterj e. Fla,and Intermediate landing on the St.John'River I'liuv r able, dhow the IliiiBt AS vt hluh train may b. .ap..r Kl to. rive Y
DISEASES of the from the several stations but their arrival or ; eggs of other birds In some portion STEAMER teal, nor does she Company hold itiMlt rmponsllil for any ijelay er say .o..Ms.n..e art.,
of California that an organizedraid "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE." tog therefrom.

are the most fatal of all dis hUM been made on them by the CAPT. W. A. SHAW. Peninsular and Occidental S. S. Co.
sportsmen In one locality, 1.1:>0 jay Leave foot Catherine street Jacksonville 3:30 1") m., Rumlay..Tt1e.lay, .and Thumdays. .
eases. being/ shot In one day by a party of Leave Sanford. II:()II a. m Kiiterprl oao: a.in.,Mondays We
hunters. Gen'I Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. St. Jacksonville.W. .
fOLEY'S In answer to a query nx to bow fast H. WARIJUKTO.V, T. P. A., V'.M. IROVMONHKK: ti K., J )
Guarantied Remedy corn will grow ne HMthat. we measured State Bt,, New York. I tat West Bay St..Jacksonville. Kla.. Leave Key Wenf Wmlnemlays. ...... MHO p.m. Arrive Havana Thursday; ....... S.UOs h
Leav.H&vanf'hnr.duys..1O.W, a m. Arrive K.yWest .daa.b, ..
C. P. F.1
Supt. I I JOHN. HOWARD, Bntwrlntendent.cksnnTllle.
a stalk of corn which was 104 Fla. | font, Hors Sr..lakiionvllle, Fla. Leave Key Wottt Thur.oys" ........? 6OMJ p. m. Arrive Miami Fridays.. .. .. ...n. '.11>>s. b
.. or money refunded. Contains Inches high the product of !V4 days' THOB. D. HALEY Local J1'.j1htAgeot' ; foot of Hogan Street.Jacksonville Fla.' ....v./I .
growth. Thin wan an'avernge of two THKO. G. EOKH.: General Mn>iacer. WM. f CL.YDK CO., General Agent KEY -
remedies recognized by emi- Inrhon from Che.borougli; Holldlnc. 19 State Bt ,New York Leave Miami Fridays.............. ..11.00p.m. Arrive Key Week Saturdays........11.00 a. s..
n diy the time the need Leaye Key West Mundays............ 0 DO p. m. Arrive Miami Mondays ... ........_.. 6.BO a. n>.
i nent physicians as the best for was pinnt"d. and an It did
grow PaHHengers for Havana can l Leave Miami FriUuys 11 vO p. ra. arr vine Key We b Saturdays
-Kidney! and Bladder troubles. above prnumi For the first week, and Ocean 1100 a.,m.,and remain In Key Went until 0 00 p. m. Sunday following, and al thai time leave
made but n low growth during the Stea1nship Co. on the Steamship "Olivette) ," arriving Havana Monday morning. .

PRICE 5Oc:. and $1.00. cool drays. of May. It must have grown For copy of local time card tddreu any Agent.
.,. not lean. than three Inches a -- ----- -- --- ----------- LINE.
of the time. ..
IIriT RESTING "PICK-UPS" Freight and Luxurious Passenger; Route from
It In. not often Hint n farmer has nnflOO SOUTHERNDIRECT.QoICK
Florida York and'th
to New Boston East.
(lId sitting. hen Which 1 will earn him ,

Twenty-flvo per cent} ot the egg 'la } In :-0 diiys. but u uftn In thw western --- .

e f nutritive value and the food value pnrt of Iowa limU .such d ben.. I ,

I of ten eggs la Junt equal to that of a \Vht-nt wnM worth (till centS when old BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,

pound of good ftwf. Thus eggs at 1 Biddy! mn le tier next. In the wheat bin It .... NEW YORK,
cent apiece npp tbp road equivalent of just (in 1111'I farmer derided he would "!. tiiRii. LOUISVILLE

beet at 10 cent a pound.A sell his wllt.nt. Not wishing to dis' J"KSX / L/n "'-..-.' : CINCINNATI, ,

turh the old lien, he let the wheat r ATLANTA
Vermont farmer told on Iowa ,
alnne. gad) before she brought off her
farmer that IIP lint n row of corn cue brood of ohlcltpns the wheat In that BIRMINGHAM, MEMPHIS,

h .and ont'-liiiir fiuiucr.truth,,inllt'K,Tli1 ut. this Ilii Inns' /"Ult..nlt'nt lu-vf on ninn his. Vermont nut illspntcilitln1 .- weeks bin wu.. previous.worth' $100 more than three rrtrvi vrttwvIrst9TT R A Il I I W A Y ST. LOUIS CHATTANOOGA, KANSAS CITY,

If, a bet was mutlu. Tlin! Vci'tnout man ...---..-...-...- "' iw +k64attSt '' And all Point. East and ...t. .
won the money for on a little mound 1.

on bin farm be had planted n row of

r corn spirally from the bottom to the That I cough (:JNO OTHER LINE AFFORDSc:)
1 I ]3Y IadN .i _:r SZrA ROUT Si.

The who have been .
;. ing In a tin can nailed up to housekeep the side of I Thence via Palatial Express Steamships from Savannah. f THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS

the wood shed no sooner turned out lungs OnYou Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C.

cater one family than of they eight. concluded little brown they would worm 4 Ships each weels 4 THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL,

: Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C.
keep house some more and are now

working on a second edition. This Is have used all 'TO NSW: YORE: THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED ,.
k wry discouraging work for the worms Making clone connection with New York.BOlton ships or Sound Lines. i
and lugs In tile garden where these sorts of cough reme- All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Via Jcaup.

little detectives word, Write for general; Information, stilling schedules stateroom reservations! or call on THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS
dies but it does'not

We sometimes see In the papers criticisms Traffic Manager, Gen'l Agt. Trafllo Department. Via Jeaup.
of the woman who will spend yield ; it is too deep Savannah, Ga. 2JI: \V. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
Through Vaatlbuled Train
Pullman/ Drawing Room
her time In canning fruits when tbey seated. It Sleeping Cars Through Coaches Elegant Dining Cara.
can be bought so cheaply In the mar- may wear

+ ket. Homo canoed! fruit Is 100 per cent I Seaboard Air Line
{ better than that \put; up by tbe canneries itself out in time, butit Railway Through via Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville lied Clnclnnatf O..
Asteevllle '
unless the very choicest brands ofemnned N.C., and Knoxville: through "THE LAND OP THB SK.I \.*

E1 goods are bought In which case is more liable to Unexcelled service from Florida to all points .

It la far cheaper to do tbe work at Through Train via Southern Railway are now Operated
li homo. Possibly canned corn beans and produce la grippe, :North: :: ., East a.t':1.d.: : West. In Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville

tomatoes It Is better to buy, but the Two 'alns dally between Tampa, Jacksonville Savannah and Columbia carrying

fruit should be canned at the home If pneumonia or a seri Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS it Vary law Rates on Sail Jona 1 to Sapt. 30,1900)

{ III>III8Ible. ous throat affection. Washington Baltimore Phila and New York. F.. rates, schedules and Information, call on or sddr....

i 't WORK on STARVE. W. T. COSBY; T. P. A.,

It looks funny to see a full grown You need somethingthat Also with Clncinnattl Sleeper via Asheville. Ill West Bay Street Jacksonville. "..
std full feathered young bird hanging I. MGULP.. W. A. TURK 8. H. HARDWICK.

around one of Its parents and I letting will give TralBo Maaager Qeo. Pass..,1., ..... a.D. P...... A....
Nich parent provide all/ Its food for It you "Dixie Flyer" Wa.bingtonD.0. Washington. Atlanta,Ue.

but it Is not a bit funnier than to see strength and build Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via
+ sc big chump of a boy smoking a clgartte -

and getting threo square meals a the body. Lake City, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga and Nashville

elM T provided by the toll of his old up Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago. and all points In the Northwest. PLANT EM.
I fttbcr, or a young woman who lets hers SYS1
ther do the family washing while Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New Orleans

she plays. a Strauss waltz on the piano SCOTT'SEMULSION via River Junction and Fenaaoola. t .
d : Full Information on application to of this
4x works the bead of A pug dog on ale any agent company The
< >ily. The time soon comes when the E.ST..TOny, V. E-1TBEE I* S. ALLEN, Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections:

oM bird makes the young one hunt for 1st. V.-P. & G. M. General Superintendent.. Uen.1"1188. Agt. To the EaSt via! all! rail The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston Richmondand

I... food or starve and the same policy Portsmouth Virginia.: and Washington. The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia
A. O. MacDOJJELL Assistant Uenoral W/L8hIDgtou. -
nrsdd<< be well employed by many aflRtter Passenger A gen' Fla.

or mother will do this when everythingelse' TO the WeSt The Southern R'y via Jesup Atlanta and Cbattanoogo. The L A

t fails. There is no doubt MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. and N' via Montgomery The Southern R'y via Savannah, Columbia
Asheville. The :hi &
TUB KICKING COW. O'H'y via Montgomery.\
about it. It nourishes
+ If a man values happiness while he builds ,and, Florida New York, TO the EaSt via Steamship! Via Savannah and Ocean s S Coy for New York
1IVM and wants decent strengthens
a place in the up Philadelphia aDd Boston via Savannah and Merchants A Miners
htrmftcr, he should not keep a kicking makes the body strong and Philadelphia and Boston. Transportation Company for Baltimore
cow Such a beast knocks all the From Krnn.wlck (direct), to New York.PASSL"'iGER To Key Vest and Havana,via Port
dignlsT Tampa l Peninsular & Occidental Steamships
not to throw To
and respectability out of a man. healthy only SERVICE.: Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edwards: Island via Boston and Canada,
affeoats and frets him begets the mostcgrtglnal off this hard cough but to I a. Atlantic and Plant, Steamship line for Halifax, I1awke bury and Charlottestown."wIlVTZ .
To make connection with leave
11P steamers Jacksonville
profanity and wears a fellow's fortify the system against t (Union epot)on Thursdays via"" (Cumberland Route), 10:M am.
,' IMtrlence all out. Such cows were not Feriuuullua. ladp.: in. Meals. en route; or "all Rail" lionp. rrt. TOnn..xS'TS '
further attacks. If (Plant arrive TICX 'T !TS
you are m firntvo) Brunswick a 00 p. m. Paiaengera will
ole to milked. good
tu They are only
on arrival nrunawlck go directly aboard tteamer. FLORnmaieRvSiUtJhe Northern, Eastern. Western and Southern State to
far beef as wet nurse Give such run down or emaciated all
or atxwat you retrt Plant Hm-
System during the season of 1900-1001,
two good strong calves and let should take this I PROPOSED SAILINGS lted to until May 31st, with liberal
certainly .v.New Yorll:,P! r3l: E.R.JOOp.ra., (Stamlard. Tim..) Ly. Mlo wfek.Frhla Addreases of stopover prlviledges in Florida
life kick all she wants to. When atraa food medicine. ,..}oIov.811.. ...... ...... .............COLORAIX..... ..... ..............Friday, Dee 7 parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup
In good and regular church stand- nourishing JI'rlday.lIeo. T. .. ... ..RIO ORASfDE:... ..................... .Friday, 14 plied with Information and handsome advertising
,. all I Friday .. ..... .. .... ....,..........COLORADO ...... .................. ..Frl.Lay, 21 matter.
1 hair has been kicked o.er"delujfed with 5oc.& BOVVNh and 8 oo, Oumuu drugglits.SCOTT New York. Friday" 21. ..'...... ............ ."....RIO ORASDE:...........................Friday, wjU F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger Agent.
rttUt. and rolled In the cow manure of _tot_... ... "_11'Pleae. ...J For lowest rates,reservation and general Information,apply to 138 West Bay St.. Astor Block Jacksonville, Fla.,
tW barn, he Is In a hard fix. lie should Agent, 220 W.Bay St.Jackionvllle. B. W VA7 n
.. mention the ADVOCATE: when .Bf81S.0J'I;; S11 Passenger Tn
either quit the cburcb or get rid of the J.B.RAYMOXD. : Oa. \A7 V Manager, Savannah, Ga.
aw. writing advertisers O.MALLOEY Jk Co.,General Agate, .Burling Slip and 388 Broadway, N.Y.; B. DENHAM, General SuperintendentSavannahGa.



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Hotel t I Magnolia
r Opened for the season, Deo. 6, 1000.

INDIAN: RIVER, Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Private 13 .the, Ocean Pier, Surf Bathing,

r A large addition has beer constructed, adding Fifty' Store Rooms, Boating, Driving and Wheeling. Bout bicycle roads In the State. Buy
f 4 s I FLORIDA. most of which have. it Southern I<::XIU l4lue. They are newly and tickets via Florida, East Coast Ky., to })I ytona, and take Colon mules'

hotel JAS. P. VININO, Manager
bus-twenty minutes to
handsomely furnished, and nearly all aro connected with Private .
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J. G. BAST, Proprietor. Baths. The dining room has been enlarged to nearly twlco Its former TELEGRAPH RAILROAD STATION, DAYTONA, FLA.

size, and various other improvements have also been made at an

tlya C The hotel fronts on the Uxpeiiillturo: of $30,000.: A flrst-olase} Orchestra will furnish The Clarendon Inn IY.TIIE SEA, SKAltRKF.ZE, FLA.- .
,. 1 wide sweep of (miles ,
d y F In width), formed by the music twice dally. Rates $2.50: to 1.00, per day. Special weekly anti Overlooking the Ocean. Opposite ori>nn pier and. 1)1 \llIIon. Electric, ,

..I Indian River, making It a monthly rates. Special l terms to parties. I bells. Steam heat. '1'1\\lol\n.1\ service iiiiexcelleil. Winter season'
yyJ y r ,l' k + I I delightful summer re November to May. Knliiigpii: and vastly Improved since last season.
[" cool PALMER McDOWELL, Proprietors.
ItuN IMliul'llllrll, II i i 'Iq AM1I,{ q sort. Constant \ 'Bus jnoota I all mina
.J breezes from the sea and LEONARD GILL, Manager.
a Ai td bay. .Flowing: sulphur .
mys7rdl }
col mss ? z ? t. i;t?, '-, spilugs. :Special:; winter FLORIDA HOUSEST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
r rates. l\IIItItI'l"I': MvrrttfM Inland.

,. ..kra4a x
Hales $2.00: $2.50 and $::1.00 per day. Open the entire year. Liberally ON INDIAN IUVER.
HoardingHouses.Minis' Nevins' Riverview Hotel
conducted. Capacity 2j! (). More than Fifteen Thousand Dollars' was ITT, FLA.

expended this summer on this hotel. Every modern Improvement that
On High Pine Land.. Health, comfort and sport. No hotter Hunting
Boarding House TITUSVILLE, FLA. contributes to the Health,Comfort and Pleasure of Us Guests has been
anti Fishing In Floilila.,, Sulphur iwimmingliatli.\ / Fine yachting.;
added, regardless of expense. F. C, UAYDEN, ]lann er.
Pleasantly situated within short distance of Railway Station. Special Open about Jan. hat J. J. WILKINSON, Manager.
attention given to Ladles. Transient rates reasonable. Special weeklyor

monthly rates. ...FRONTING ON TilE PLA/A... UOCKLIIh1: :,
Mna. C. N. MI MS, Proprietress. ALGONQUIN HOTEL ,_ .
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JACKSONVILLE.: < Everything; llist-class. Centrally located. Special attention to Commercial ON I INDIAN RIVER.

and Tourist Travel. Large, well) lighted Sample Rooms. Grand New Rockledge Hotel Now Open.

Merritt's View of Day and Ocean from verandahs Rates $:d to $2.: !>0 per day.
Hotel Rathbun OLD CARUTON. Special weekly and monthly rates. Under New York management. Attractions-Full-bemlng orange grove; livery, bicycling (ton miles river
New drive) bowling; alley, boats for fishing stint ducking, flee exciirHlotm on
Jacksonville, Fla. Sample room free GEO. C. LAGRANGE, Proprietor. launch to points' of int rent. Northern cooking and all while help. A I

five-story addition! lina boon built to tliU hotel, whir pilvato baths A now
Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. reception room and bull room ban also) been lidded Mince lust lIellll.,". Tlio

ELECTRIC ELEVATOR, Street Cars from Depot pass the door. Hotel l St. 8t. Augustine Fla. New Rnrkln"pert. Raton $:.1./10/ to
$3: per day. hpoolal' \Mtekly. CorruHpumleiicu' solicited.! ,
Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR UOUND. Cafe and Grill '
H. P. SHARES A: SON: Proprietors.,
attached Florida trade catered for. Rates from ,
rooms especially
j F. 8. TVMSH.: Proprietor II. ;1. GKKKN, Manager.; ---------- ----- -- --

2.60 to $i. per day. Special Summer rates: -rooms fiOo, 75o and $1 with baths. ( ll
about Doc. 15th. Rates J.OO $3.r! !l THE PLAZA HOTEL
e' Open on or I UOCKLKDGE, FLA.
: ,
'Bus meets all trains. C. A. MERK1TT, "Lessee.WINDSOR 7 ; r Af4 ,

$toT&. and $3,00: per day. This handsome now hotel' Ideated on the bunk of tl.obonutlful. Indian Hirer
In the liuin of the far-famed Indian Itivtirorsiifie region, IN now open for the
HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE, FLA. reception of /guests. A Inure delightful anil attractive locality cannot be
Imagined than Hockledgu, with Its beautiful walks, roiuantlo scenery, boiir-

PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. lug orange gloves, line boating, lulling and. liiintlng. Rooms with private
ball),. Kates $:1! &0) pur day and upwaulM. Special wei-klv, rates
S. II. PECK, Manager.imisr. .
This hotel Is now 'open for ROOMS. ONLY.: It is centrally located, neat .
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Postofflce Hank and Cathedral.
Rooms, CiOcts to $1.00 per day; $1.110/ to $0.00 per week.V. : >> : .

D. SANCHEZ, Manager.

-- -- - - The Netherby EDION I I :' On Indlmi-Itlvcr! FLA.
l-AljATKA.The ,

One uf I Ihe loveliest locutions" on tin river All \minium Improvements.,
4i dui (lI..t( and. cold, barbs bulphui': Dining, KxoHli-ni': diluklng, water
Graham Hotel PAI.ATKA FLA. 1'ealy: of II lilt mid lee' Unli, IsIiia) and lienh vl'lrtablelllllablln.l.
'111('('. Northein. cniiklng HOIIKO linnilHinnuly Imnlidifd with all thecunifnals

Opon all the year. Rates $2.50: per day. The only brick. hotel In Hut of n home' Hunts. 'Tiitlii' stop at Kuxion ftatlon on the
111..1\1. A,
,all plniitiitlon. l'inenpplodlstIlet.|> > Manager.AVUHT
city. Oveilooklng' the beautiful St. Johns Klvur, Convenient to
OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND.. boats on the M.' Julius River Table Witteis Kioo Stone and sulphur.Electric -- ,--- ---
RATES, 2.0 and upward. DODOK!!: tit" CULLENS. lights and tells., All street cars pans the door. PALM IIKACIf.:

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St. James J : ,
The Well Mer Palms
/treason 10001001. Open Deo. 2:>tb. THE FUTUREOFTHEANGLOSAXON Women as as thMt.'llIlIlIllIItel, sitnstcd.on beautiful lake

RACE Are Made Miserable by opposite Royal{ Poliiclana. Kli'Ctilo light,
The St. James needs no Introduction to visitors to Florida. From a small be elect Ito lirllx, )Infra, etc Manager, Ink, nooks, stud l wiiltiemms from the Whlto
ginning; 1KUO, the St. James has increased! In size and milled to its appointments Is disonsAed by Lord Charles Reres- Kidney Trouble. Mountain liotnln. hates, $2; f;J.Til) and! f.'l:I per' diy, Special rates' by the wool
with Increased popularity. of the tourists' travel to Florida.
In the North American Review iron
The location Is unsurpassed 1, being on the highest rounds In Jacksonville, fold\ --- ----
James Park. Bagpipe chocked to all points. a standpoint of deeper comwehenllionthan .
facing the St. Kidney troubl tho mind discourages
Its music as In the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed. Prollty'sOrchestra was possible to our Latin eulogis, and lessens preys ambition upon ; beauty, vIgor HOTEL SEMINOLE WEST PALM 11EACH, Fr A.

and will be of high grade. This house, as In the past Is under the In "Anglo-Saxon Supremacy," of whlcl and cheerfulness soot ,

management of J R. Campbell and everything; will be done for the comfort so much has 'been said In Europe am t4ft" ,:v-..1) dlaappearwhenthekid- Entirely.: refill'nlshed. ,, Klmt-rlimm\( Excellence( of cuisine n specialty.
Mist-clans Wine Room and Cafe attached to hotel
and pleasure <>f guests. A
Address by mall or telegraph, J. U. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. this country. The distinguished Englishman / '. 1 .or neys diseased.are out of order Kales ttf.ftO\ ) to '::1.0'1 leer
Is by no means posxlmlstlu, but be ... Kidney trouble ha O. )'. IIUN'l'INOTOY1111A111 .
Insists that the f.ite of his family rest become" so provalcn ,
hSONVefcler FLA.L. -with !Itself; that It need fear nothlnj I IhatltlsnotuncommotI o- -

Hotel Placide P. from without as long; aw It continue! I \' ,\ for a child to be born i. ....
'S f1 afflicted with weak kid
D. S. Plumer, steward. true to the traditions and the principles! f \.1-t neys. If the child urine

that have guided; Its pant and Inspire Its --:::::;.. ates too often If the Palm Cottage MIAMI, KLA.r Ave II and llth Street
The most:popular of Jacksonville's hotel. Opened under new management; present. Just now, when the Frenct urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child ,

American plan. Rates :$2.00; to :$3.00;: per day, 10.00 to $19.00:; () per week, to the Ivaxlon of reaches an age when It should be able to
by week or month. Good cooking and table unsur Mercier trying prove control the passage It la yet afflicted with Open all the year. e1 rallylut'all/Inollr Pcmtofllmt! Royal Palm Ground,
Special rates for parties has furnished England from continent a possibility, bed-wettlnp, depend upon It. the cause of Hay ((11"011.11111111I1 all the, oliurrlii'N. Italos: U.Cif<> ), *;iM and. $:I.OO per day;,
Rooms and Beds best In the city. seventy elegantly; bold defiance that Is trouble and the first
passed. the Admiral utters a the difficulty kidney week month. New hound fumlnhnd. Electrlo
rotes or newly
room II,"one half of which have open fireplaces, and wjll' be let on European must ring Htnrtllngly through diplomatic step should be towards the treatment of Special per
Toilets and bath each these This unpleasant! lights, baths, etc. Excollencoof cuisine a upecl.ilty.CUM. .
desired. Lighted by gas and electiicity. on 'mummed' important organs.
\if and It Is Confidently
plan circles
commercial Porter meets all train trouble la: due to a diseased: condition of the A. MULLEK, Proprietor
floor. Good sample room for the men. that the Franco-Russian army that dud kidneys and bladder and not to a habit aa

with-carriage. J. A. ERSKINE, Proprietor. ed the fleet would 1 never find a [Hasting: most people suppose.
ni,:>fi)iitH: <)NViiM':, x. c.TIIF .
on which to settle a throne.Champion Women aa well aa: men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble, -

HOTEL West! hay and Cedar Streets.KSONVILLE and both need the same great remedy. WILl' FIYFR' IIKNDKH.SONVIL1.K: :, N. (.
WESTMORELAND FLA. ; Florida.E. The mild and the Immediate effect of : :.J : Hondomonvlllu's New Hotel.
Swamp-Root Is soon realized.! It Is sold
and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened J. Hutchison. traveling pa sengeiagent by druggists In fifty. aM,*" Open all the year. Altitude :1,110: :; font The dryest climate In North/ Carolina
American of the Union PucillO' Railroad, the"Overland
; cent and one dollar Gulf links. Twenty-live acre Iellllllfllllr<>>vo. Ono hundred and twenty-five
table. Hot and Cold Water
and good Route whose hnadgluartcrrare '
Fine cooking ; I"
this season. sl..:ties. YoumayhaveaiiJ&Wt'iWM= ; I.* hiMlrooms. Elvctrlo lights Steam heat Klevatur. Tennis court. Hall rooms.
la New York city U In town calling
minutes from wharf or depot. All bottle mall UaylJi!
Elevator, etc. Five any nnd Incidentally sample by Hath Vn-pln All modern conveniences.For .
Baths, on the transportation people, free, also tellHU. of Mln.irul Springs looms ;| alley
street cars pass the door. Rooms :SOc, 7*>o and $1 a day. Rooms and looking/. after California business all about It. Including many of the further Information and l rates, address,
.. who
Mr. Hutchison the gentleman wan
letters received
thousands of testimonial
board $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Washington during the hot spell last. HARDEN A WIIKKLKIt, Proprietors, Honderiif.iivllle, N. C.
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
Mrs:A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. and who announced "that be
summer, & Co.. Binghamton N. Y., be sure and No consumptives taken.
was coming/ to Florid to /get. cool, and mention this paper.
have a decent night's sleep." The Wash.
InjJtoo'IlIperll; took the question up with NKW: VOItK, N. \', '
Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Mr. Hutchison, who, although a California S Notice.
Duval hustler, produced the proof that
I Florida was the coolest place I In the United To AII Whom It May Concern :

StAtes during the week In question. rlllllUTV nn iKihuir,HAYS of AFTKIl the Hrjtt TlllflDATKl of Klorlila. rinimtflt Wit.,, Southern Hotel NEW YORK, .. Y.
postoffine. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re Tlmen-Union and Citizen. L tuna .h..1 l to.1, J. Finn for the rllowlriKilHHcrtlHMl ,
Opposite Liberally conducted . laud, to-wlK: o'th..ot" nf North*
novated. Newly furnished throughout. emit l(.faction'J,Ti>wn.hlp!2-1. wiutli; Kanri. 3.1. (formerly Parker bouse.)
There IH more catarrh In this motion .w>t, sold for hues, July 4 lnvt' niilnnn' g.ssi!
Rates $2.50 per day and up. of the country than all other diseases rHiiMt' tut shown, inn, on or li:'(iir Jmniitiy Mill:, European) plan rxclunlrcly.} Rate $1 pr day and upward,
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. put together, and until the last few 11"1.Thin) why iM'fxnilwr I NliiMilil, 'Nth not,Imiiia lies said h.ed :.IlIthStreet: / unil Ilroadway, Nuw York, N Y.

years wax, supposed to be Incurable. Fora [!f'lul' l] A. A.HTKWAKT PltOSKKV: )HltfKS., r Managers
great; muny years doctors pronouncedIt I4ilao-l; I jure Clerk. Circuit Court frevarJto; .
GRAND VIEW Hotel JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. a local disease, and prescribed local --------------
remedies, and by constantly falling to ':xecil to r'M :Notice/ to CroUltom.vrimrn .
and cure with local treatment, pronounced. It
three blocks from new PostofBce
Union Station; Prepared
Nearest Hotel to Incurable. Science h.,s proven catarrh N! HEKKBY!: OIVK.V: THAT TIIRi :
Government Buildings; centrally) located on Forsyth street, between to be a constitutional dlaeaso"' and, therefore _\ nndars/qn.d.. Kxfwiitrlx of tta.ntKia of
Parlor OHBce and Dining Room. ilwrt C HTlniifWMlr, lwpfvml lut. ofRrevnA
constitutions treatment.
Sts. Very pleasant requires)
Bridge and Clay County, rtorbla, hnrahy rail npnn all
sleeping apartments, tingle; or en suite. All white Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by crtHIlt"ro. 'lassos-soil d"&rll.u" and all "per. 2 3plyBuilding
Large; and airy Co. Toledo I I. the ,. claim' demands gains the ha
F. J. Cheney A Ohio <>> hAvlafc or
Well and newly furnished with modern Improvements; Electilc constitutional cure on the market.It alii estate of Kjihnrt. <*. HirlnitfiK. .nr .n |.r.....iittlmin Roofing
help only I
Kxnoiitrlx of ntliltaea er :
Price t<> MM iinilnnilKnoi ,
Bells, Hot and Cold Water Baths etc. Pupular Is taken Internally In doses from 10 within two yean or tlm MIIM will IM bar- __
E. H. SAN BORN, Proprietor. drop to a t a poonful. It sons directly rvl. ,

on the blood and mucous surface of the MART..-ntrix A..SCRIMPOOR.ICx. "I the' K:*tat.of :Et..oa,Q y-=: 'or-TJs0.
of the system. They offer one hundred Hubert C. H'nniK.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite dollars for any case It fails "cure. Send, Ttllll, Ni V, 9e.1900.. and Lining Pnpors
HOTEL OXFORD St. James Hotel. for circulars and testimonial. Address, ,
F. J. Ciienicr: & Co., Toledo O. >'otlco.TVTtrnrEMiiKimiiyofVKWTiiATJiVMof..
C -enenttoallpart* of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and grVSold by all druggists, 7">o. Hoof Paints, Creosote Oil,
made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant mil's Jo'amllyl'lJI. are the best. : :
enke, and special efforts 1V Aay, April tit lim, I ball pr..nt myarrmn
.o stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oiford a trial when In Jack- s for final .ettlen.ent I unil applytnrwy : : Black Varnish, etc.
'llwliarK an lminUtratrl of the m-
Please write us whenever you fail to ..._ .
sonvllle. Matlian' Maumlnr. K> the
MRS. M. O. FINLEY Propr. &tI. at
receive tile ADVOCATE. ,at Tltu r III., Write for Prices
.. ('.mntyJudg.uf: llrnvaftl County Catalogue, Samples, etc
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CoroerJDACKSONVILLErFLA., Impure water III the cause of much *#). M. Ri,""'... 8ARU U.Adminl.trstrla.Attova.y flAIOX"Jl.ltA.o : i TIlE AHMITAGE MANUF'G CO.
HOUSE sickness. Remedy this by getting/: a fine for AdmlnlitratrU. JO..c.I&n."m ,

GLENWOOD filter from Claude Walton. Tltcuville 3200 to :3300 WllllaiiMl.nrjf Ave.. JtlCII.MOXD. VA.
the week or month. Good
Rates, $1.50 per day. Special rates by CVWe would esteem the favor If our doe all kinds of job printing

table. Hot and cold water baths, etc. Ten minutes from Depot readers, when writing/ or calling upon at short notice. Send them an order Remember the ADVOCATE does Job Printing.
our advertisers to purchase merchandise, and be convinced thai It U the place to

and Postofflce. etc., would mention the ADVOCATE have job printing done.
)1J1. CARL C.: CTJRTISSf Proprietre





To Hotel Proprietors, HUNTING AND FISHING Of SELls & GRAY'S CIRCUS flNTITUSVILLE. Robbins & Graham Go ::E1. L. :eE.b.C-Z d<;, :S O.,

To Commission Merchants, THE EAST COAST.Mr. -DEALERS IN-

.To Storekeepers and others.... The above show-will give performance) (Incorporated.) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,
Frank Hortnn while fishing In tbe PAID UP CAPITAL $20,000.00. ,
In Titusville to-day, and a large crowd
results lake here captured a Din PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for NAPES FERTILIZERS
If jou want to got good near Friday, We handle
various down the
advertise I In the foot all gator, says our Tlbbals correH is expected places Tbls company owns We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade ot all consumers.
river. Referring to thin show, the Tarn Groceries delivered at your station.E. .
and all ,
pond en t. pa Tribune, lu a recent Issue, said: ZL IfcT :ID s.5 Write us for prices on Grain .
Schoolmaster Watkins, Horace Sami "It can be said nf the management ol L. BRADY & .
and Ned LaKocbe went deer huntlni( William :Sells! and James II. U ray's United In tho Indian River Country; On tbe StLncle.Ulver ==
TITUSVILLE, Indian River, FLORIDA Saturday and returned with two line /Shows, that never weie Immense W. E. GOLDSMITH.
River and on Day
at New ;
The ADVOCATE circulates extensively bucks says our Courtenay correspondnntMr. audiences such as thronged their canvasses ; S. W. CARROLL,

throughout the orange; lemon, pineapple handled with more ease and aa Dl cayne. Prices to suit the times.
I the
; W. L. Mewborn, A guest of
and liah Hectlons little friction. Every possible effoi t wan & Goldsmith
vegetable ol wentduck List. Carroll
Indian River hotel Tltusville, I Send for Land ,
Florida, an well tu throughout ever] shooting on Tuesday, and in a few hours apparantly put forth to make tbe patrons
Stale In the Union. It Is known as the lie returned with 3.1: ducks. This is cer comfortable, and, In consequence there Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla. -Dealers In-
"Pink Paper of Florida." wan a lack of jostling'' and crowding,
The Knot (joust of Florida has some ol talnly a line bunting section. though the big tents were llterallyf, >ack- I QEO. 1'[. BOBBINS F. A. MORGAN, GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES,

the llne..t hotels In the United States,, I The members of Canaveral Club al ed with people at both performances."Tbe rrenlclont. Actuary ,
1 i and nearly every howl is ovei(lowing( Chester Shoals have" been sending; hundreds gentlemanly bearing of the employees Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage Solicited.TITUSVILLE : .

.; with tourlnU. during the winter. NOW of wild ducks to Titusville the of the !Sells & Gray show has Brevard Abstract of Title Co,; FLORIDA.

' IS YOUKTIMETO ADVKUTISE. Give past two weeks or no, for free distribution canned considerable fluttering comment .. .- --.--.---------
\ the ADVOCATE: your ad. and you will not among our town8people.I in tills city. There Is an utter abnence WILL FUR."I1811Abstracts -

"I ,regret It. Our olllco Is a kind of Bureau Masters Sam Reid and Leon Stewart of rowdyism, and a. degree/ of politeness of Title Protect Your HIRE
of Information. For rates, cto, address are seeing which can out do the other shown by the attendants which Is as refreshing INSURANCE. Against ,

I I Advertising Manager; TUB ADVOCATKTitiiHvllle I In trapping coon They have succeeded as It Is unexpected. Each department -FOB LANDS IN- Property

Fla. In aniHHsing a goodly: number of line seems to be in very competent Brevard County. OYOLC>1STES.
I I large Mr. Henderson trapped avery hands all working together with a con LXG-EJTJSrXN"G-: : :
'; I largo otter thn other day, says out certed harmony.that alTords the patrons Office under Law Office of all the leading Fire Insurance Companies and the Mutual Life

unusual of and represent
degree ease
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK,. liovlne correspondent.Messrs. excellent attraction closes its GEO. :M. ROBBINS, Insurance Company. Am also- Agent for Surety Bonds of the City

Eugene Stewart and Craig engagement with afternoon and night TITUSVILI.K, FLA Invest. Safe Deposit &: Surety Co., pf Philadelphia, Pa.

'IS NOW READY FOR INSPECTION Hopkins went duck hunting this week. peitormances. No matter how large tbe For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCHUYLER,
They had a tine time killing/ ducks and crowds may be-and they will undoubtedly Titusville, Kla.
&t llot t; Jr catching fish In the St. Johns Ulcer and excel even those of yesterdiiy-the East Coast Meat Market
In the adjoining lakes.- Craig killed nine smoothness of the arrangements about

JEWELERS: ::!, coots at one shot. They saw turkeys on the ,how-grouuds will /guarantee an absenca O. F''. DUREN, Agent. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
I the way home, but did not catch more unpleasant, unseemly jostling.
25 East Bay Street, I than Bovine member of the famous r ::
one, says our correspondent. "William :Sells: Is a TITUSVILLE FLA.
c::> ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Stuart writ that Sells family, of Columbus Ohio, pt..... -. loose. attention
correnpondent<< furnish Ice In quantity-Sacked or Special
to any
and his co-partner, James II. Gray, is a U2 sa.c Is prepared
the the St.Lucle .
Hulling senxon opened on man of \vldo experience in the big show pt paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
rlvor earlier than iiHiial and that ::>
...THE ANHEUSSR BUSCH,,. business. Their namus, In future will -
catches have so far been excellent.: The T. T. Proprietor.
be a sulttulnnt' endorsement of any attraction c=::t
Floilil KiiHt CIMISC "nailing' Co., under send lilthxrwards." i:>:I sa. ------.--
Brewing Asso's.Famous the able management of Mr. EineatStyptnan they m.iy '
; -
1'liln show. will be at West Palm Beach.
has far handled all the Huh
MO ,
but Klcou & Co., of Jensen, have bough* on Saturday, December I the :22nd.! .ROBT. L. MOTLOW.COCOA
St.LoulH Kwg and Dot,. .
out M r. Steuben's business of other years. _. u:>
tied Bear.
and will open up ...on. TWO SCIENTISTS IN TOWN. c=::t <-: and TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Sold by M .nrs.F. A. Losley and sa.
It. L. Motlow.TltimvlUe.ria.By < Mr. Chan. S. Barton, of Worcester, Y2 1=3TITUSVILLE
Mr. II. I... Motlaw, ,Cocoa, Via MRh ., who hall been Hpendlng/ week or Prof. II. A. GoHHiird l, < Mr. W .1.Tucker, Cocoa and .. .
By Fort 1'leroB, Fla. two wl'h his friend, Mr. T. Watt lion Merrill Prof. C. W. Woodworth, of Berkeley, --- -- --- ----- -
of Canaveral Club* nenr Titusville, Gallfoinla( ; were guexts of the Indian Home ----
JOSEPH ZAPF left for home on Satuidny last, saying he River botel, TUitsville, a few day... this Southern -
hail( had grand sporr. There ere many week Prof. Uosmird, who has previously Food.
thousands of ducks on the Club's ponds, vUited Tltusvlllu, holds the position Mocking Bird Jas. Pritcliard c& Son.
Sole Agent. and he had never seen so many at onn of etoniologlst of the Floilda Agricultural
time anywhere else. Mr. Barton, who in Experiment station; and Prof Wood-

010] to 020: West Bay Street, a crack shot, killed several hundred, worth occupies a similar position, In the
which were dlstilbuted free to the residents ,!State of California; he is said to be an .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. of this section. We acknowledge expeit In the knowledge of diHeasesof ..:Cea ers: :Irs::: ...
a pleasant" call, and hope to see Mr. Burton trees and 1>II\IItscaulied by Insects. They
In Titusville again. at no distant day. cume to Tltusville for the purpose of
Choice ,
The following refers to Mr. A. R. derlng lien in from the McFarland Fruit
Wines,Llquori Glndwln who recently spnnt week or Proteullon Co. and to visit our orange:

and Cigars ,*<.In Tlturvllle: Flnhlng In the Uiscayue groves. They are making a study of the Hardware
bay Is one of the favorite pastimes, not di eanes ol Florida fruit trees and fruit,
Guaranteed Pure. only with the tourists, but mnny of the and will suggest; remedies for them. ,
Sold at reduced oil Izerm of Miami. Yesterday A. R. Glnd Attention will especially be given to
price- win and the correspondent of the Times- tbe white fly pest spraying and other
Union, Miami) spent about an hour method.* of destroying It. Professor
Imported and a half) on the bay, angling for the Woodwortli will be especially interest Box 212
Tokay Wine, finny ttlbe, whloh resulted In one of the ed In another disease of the orange trees,
from Italy. largest. If not the largest, catches of the the cottony cushion scale. This disease
ieam"n. On reaching/ shore and taking is well known to the orange growers In ':I'i: t"ll.s"'Vi e. F orid.a.: .
John B. Togni an Inventory, the Ushers found they had California and Is said to bave resulted In Fresh every day. 25; cents a pound. .

onnglit thirty great fishes. The catch considerable damage.Bollk Prepared only byIIENKY --
'Metropolitan Saloon, 123 East Bay St. consisted of groupers' porglos, snappers, I ) the above professors, who bave It. THOMAS: -
FLORIDA. mangrove and crevalle. visited some of the orange groves In the Chemist & Druggist. La Villa Pharmacy. ..,
JACKSONVILLE, neighborhood of Titusville\ will also invoHtlgDte Jacksonville, Fin. I

W'bolal. ...d K.t lL..... probikbly the best methods of
That the people of Springfield; are well fruit for the market that ban Sells &
plonncd with the great Sells' A Gray's preparing Thc Brc"\very\ Shows
In at least by
I, boon Injured, appearance ,
Shows evidenced In the two tent-
HOTELS mold. The Incrustation of sooty
sooty Jacksonville .
fills of humanity that yesterday paid mold la the alt'ect of exudations. from !flIt West Day St., ..Gray's
AND OTHERS. their trlbutn to this, best and bl'luhte t FIVE
the white above referred to.
shows.-Spilnafleld' Dec.(Mo.21st.) Republican.Titusville .- ProfeoBuis Woodworth and GonttU'd 1 Wines Liquors and Cigars, -WILL EXHIBIT AT-
Krtday, left here yesteiday afternoon for Miami ,

PROGRESSIVE CULTURE CHURCH NOTICES. \nheuser-UiiRcli Fine Cold Lunch Extra Served Pale on D.illy.Draught. Titusville, Friday, Dec &1. Palm Beach, Saturday Dec. 22,

CLUB'S ENTERTAINMENT. The best of Service and a plpatmnt quiet
icsort. J Oil NF. MUNCH, Mgr.
Archdeacon H. F, Brown wlll'liold df I Performances at 2 and 8pm. Grand Street Parade at 10 a. m.
I The entertainment tn bo given; by the
yon Turtle want Frmih eto.,and KO to Bait II. It.water' MELTUN.: Flub OyntorsGraeii Whole Progressive( Culture Club will be held on vine services adapted to the Cl1rlatmalltl'e8t1",1 Have you Your Hotel reglateroi! the I

ale! ami ttatail Kl" .ll itnil ot Ooaan *t., .and City Market. Jacksonville, Fla. Thursday evening(, 1>ec. 27th,as announced tho 23rd:!: at 10:30: a. m., with Holy Com. International Hotel and Tourist Bureau,
-- -- la the last Issue of the ADVOCATB. mtinion. At St. Paul's" ohurch, EdenTlbbals of Boston
The change Is made at the request uf the \ same day at :U p. m. At Jupiter,
If[ not, Attend to it at once, nnd send a
Citizen's Barber Shop Masonic Order, the 27th being St. John'lIDay !St. Mai tin's church, at 10:30 a. m., and '
and their annual Installation will 7iO:: ". m., Christmas Diy. At Fort package of your circulars to be distributed. GAY

Artlstlo Hair Cutting, Shaving, be lield In tho evening Don't forget the Pierce on Wednesday evening at. 7:30.:: Also

Shampooing etc., Porcelain Bath Tuba. dale. At the Opera House, Titusville, Christmas services at the Presbyterian Place your advertisement in the BROTHERS'GROCERS.

Everything up-to-date at reasonable rates Friday evening 1>00. 28th. The follow. church, Titusville, on Sunday next will BOSTON HOME JOURNAL

I.,II. COLEMAN, Proprietor. Ing program has been arranged: be as follows: Sunday :School at 0J5: a. ,

11 Main street, -' Jacksonville, Fla Solo ......,ruooiiAM.C'orncit ...., ..1\tIS.. Ruth Wonilvtard.Keoluttlnn m,; Christmas services at 11 a. m.song through; whioh this Bureau is conducted. .
,"Flnll. Btonr.".... ..Mlm Mimnlmw. and prulse services : p. m., .
Comic SOI.I(................ ...Mra.R. W. Khmles.llalut Life. The order of the service Sunday Write for full particulars. Wo make a Special Feature of our
NEAR & TAYLOR ) Dauoe. ......... .....Minn Lon I... Hrown.Vocal morning will be aa follows: W. WALLACE WAUGH, Manager.
... ... ......... ....MtM. llmly.limitation .
Solo, Unlay
"A Le(( ml of Hreirmnlrn.A.," Doxology. ...."_........ ............CongregationInvmiatlon. 17[ Summer street, Boston, Mass.MAINHARD Mail Order
.. Department.
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Artesian WellCONTRACTORS Vocal. Solo...... ....... .... ....Mlm Aleph Mini. Hymn,..,..Itotlileliem (OUR;.......Nahnm T te
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Recitation........ ............ Mrn. l>r. KollUm.Vocitl Prayer. GROCERIES
how difficult it is in localities to
Solo, .... ...... ....lIt,.. H. W. Klio.lea. Anthem .. ...... Ring tfltb In.lTsrberaAnn..nn..menta. Knowing some get
Rlultatlon...j... .... ................M Iwt ElBle Ive.. CITEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them filled
v .. Krown.InRtriunental Hymn.,., The GI..d. Ttdlnio .... MuhtenlmrirBeriuon and satisfactory.We .
Holo"JimOnedlrl' MiwterMurk know will be
Vocal Cleaning Dyeing promptly and carefully; and we the quality and prices
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Bolo,.. ,., ..All**Aline lIra"" and hatre
tbe stock of In East
71 EM Gallle, Fla. Recitation.... ................. Mm. Or. Kolllim. carry most complete any Grocery House ,
Vocal Holu," ". ............MlM. DalRy llradf.Living Hymn............VHKlm. IM..... ....Inaao. W ttIlunedlctlon. Establish moot, 12 Newnan St., Clothing many articles not usually found In other and smaller house8.nr .'

-- -_._._ _. .. .. evening Plotum.A. Is promised all who Monday night the Sunday school will cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. SEND FOR OUR PRICE LI T.
pleasant and free .
annual Christmas tree --
ftttond. General admission :2..!:>o. Doors bave Its JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -- --- -- -

GA NeE R CORED at HOME. open at 7i:; (), entertainment begins at 8 exercises 7 p'olock. ESTABLISHED 1870.

9 clock, sharp.Sells Clyde Steamship Line.

:NO KNIFE, NO PAIN. Some weeks' ago the Valley Gacetta -
Bund for free book. Addront. & Gray's Shows had another called attention to the fact that Tickets and reservations via the Clyde
large attendance last night, and hundreds some of the railroads were refusing to Iteamshlp Lion can be secured of Clias.I. M. Lane & Son
Cancer Sanitarium, were turned away. To-day will beth sell :3-cent round trip tickets to ami from Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, Tlusvllle. ,
RKLLEVIEW, FLORIDA. last performance at North Capital stations where there was no agent. The .
and M. streets. It la a good show. matter was taken up by the Railroad
Don't throwaway your money buying Washington Post.-Titusville, Deo. :dlst. Commission with the result that It busMen If In poor health consult Dr. Vincent, J82 WASHINGTON STREET, ]NEW YORK.
patent medicines. Dr. Vincent's advice adjusted. lion. J. M. Bryan has lohawk\ building, Jacksonville, Fla.
alone la worth a gallon of "cure all" lust received notice from Talliihastee.bat .

a'..II. Write him at Jack onvllle. PLANTING ORANGE TREES. .Col. Wrenn has Issued; Instructions. 1TTl'ttm the.,...most cecullar, and InterestllOll Southern Fruit and Produce
to all riant system: conductors to apply
For! Sale. C. 'T. Carty of Ankona, has just competed the three cents per mile rate from non Ing IIlght In America . ,

sotting another orange grove of agency points In the sale of round trip THE FLORID

At Daytona, on the Halifax, six acres 100 trees for himself, In which his son, tickets.. All persons who may have C OJr.l.Jr.l.issioD.::: ::: :IMIercha.c.: : : : .ts.
choice hammock land cleared, fenced I. T. McCarty, is also. Interested. This been heretofore refused this rate can V .
Is nine miles north of St. Luole, make their claim to the Commission Ostrich Farm Co
soil })lI.rtlYllet with orange trees. $000. trove; out SPECIALTIES : ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils, Card and our quo
Ouo-half cash, balance 8 per cent. In the best hickory land. lie Is also unler for excels charge, and the Commission ,
Address, contract to plant, at once, COO) )orange; will doubtless collect.-Ktsstmmee tatlons lurnlshed on application.
COUMTLAND BtTCKMAN, trees for Louis K. Dibble, ROO for II. A.Vrlght. Valley Gazette. JACKSONVILLE.:

32 Ilogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. COO for James M. Stiler, 30O for
Gertrude I. Clapp. These are all East -
ern parties who own large tracts of land House For Sale. E. A. WADDELL
There is but one Chronlo Disease specialist hey bought from Mr. McCarty\! during ,
of note In Florida Dr. Vincent ofJacksonville.
the year. All these orange trees will A Solid Native Granite, three story
Write him for symptom be sot out before January 19th. He Is and attlo house, containing 20 rooms, Cosmopolital Real Estate Office

llian kII._ also putting In two groves of 600 i )( trees store rooms, pantry, etc. Fireplaces, ,
each for Mrs. Martha C. Callahan, of Dos steam beat hardwood floors, gas all. over

TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. Moines, la.; and one for W. R. Bradley, house. Planned by Vanderbuilts architect. BUREAU of INFORMATION MIAMI
of St. Paul, Minn. These are also a few Broad piazzas. 10 acres of nice for CITY of
Tba following are the times of arrival miles north of St. Luole, on the distinctIvely grounds, garden, pasture and S acres of

aM departure of passenger trains to and orange land of that locality. arable land. Well and windmill, water : and Datle County In general. Loan and Collection Agency.
from Titusville: The young groves of P. O. Hall, of through house and stable, large comfortable .h.Fi".J
..,UTR80UIO'D. Olenwood, Fla.; and Mr. McCarty's own rooms. Tennis court. Also a solid
Leave Tltnsvtlla for Miami anil I a'aoo P.m oung orange groves at that point are In granite stable, stalls for B horses and :3 I ..... "":!' .Agent for the valuable TUTTLE ESTATE lands, located at Ft. Lauderdale,
Intermediate points The citrus man's .... UallaDdaJe laU OJUII. Blscayne Little River Orov
beautiful condition. greatest cows harness room, feed room, Jd' Miami Cocoanut
Leave TI ti.vlUe Jacksonville JlOaTRftOI11f1> 1 I' evelopments In Brevard county are said room, carriage room, wash shelter large "';;. and Cutler'Fru\t\ also tbe Eatata of Dlu CUTLER, besides many desirable water
and Intermediate poluu f aU:2: PTltinTlll -> to be In progress at that point. loft, pig house. This Is fine property frontal and Ve etable Lands of *u Ue on East Coast aDd chain of
.. for Sanford ." ,, ::00 a.m and the work solid and thorough. Halfway Keys to Key West. Orange and Phosphate lands on West Coast.
300 lt1'nt1(1"lrds standing 8 to 10 feet
Sanforcl 1 M Nearly
Aarlvee TlttuvlU from : p.mAt'rl..e between Flat Rock and Ilendersonvllle -
WALTON CALKING TOOL Is one of blfb walRtUn*:Mt to 400 pound each. Oitrtcb -
Tltni villa from New Smyrna "" 6::30 a mLCtr the beat thing; for boatbuilders and K.C., on main road. Photographs nun, SIl'It1t. octrioh sitting and baby ottricbe For Correspondence, enclose*stamps. Agent for
Tltu.vtUe for Maw Smyrna IMpmtJT .
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yachtsmen; price $"'.00 and 93.00 each. and price on application. *ewort visitor* through the farm explaining ARMOUR A CO., Fertilizers, Chicago AIRMOTER MILLS Chicago-
Reading notice ads. on this page For sale at .1.... Prltchard A Sou'*, TWTFORD, all about. tbs bird, thelrnet| *, babtu, WIND ,
art live cent per line per week. TI till vUle. Fla. Ilendersonville, :X. C. plumage, eto Avenue D, oyer Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA.

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7flJ.rJltHIe D\ of tbe cbubby face and! furry cap l V f'jj! ,

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i c .a #& In bonor of the season'Happy' Ittoil\ f I ,/]

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And give to them' P\V poor wbo cry for bread / ik I .
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4f And for His\ sake, we let not Famine's feet I I ,Lk t/I \\' / .' A :- !"ii1
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So shall our bread within our ,moutbs taste sweet;. \\rJ" -"fA Tftable i
Seasoned goodly deed a d !$iodly [speecb. +I I '( ,///4&Q& .aul ,p r,,, NN r

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I 1 LI ill ( (I 'j] t_ Ilhhf l ; I a'e e lath l tb i care ,I a trorl anxious j('I eye,
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Aid sons and lau -movins i Cbristmas 4 amp. 1\\ I .'{\1=' ,. N: I .111

With every noisy circumstance of glee-

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60... (M \ -.:: rald a Century of golden years,
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j il Christmas, 1900. .:e .:. OUR ANNUAL SUPPLEMENT.; .:. .:. New Year, 1901-

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i PR.ESENTS FOR A BOY. a cheerful blaze and comforting warmth. I HOME FOR. THE HOLIDAYS and to plan meeting the new duties bring.and
Is East Coast Advocate. This Is Uuth mailing box. She sends hu experience the coming year must
i letter to old St. Nick up in the smoke and The man who reels he cannot advance and
Should Be Such Will Delight Clevd Greeting evnd Happy. Reunion with Is In
They as blaze which rise from'the coals, She Is ) grow wiser and better year
I .;;;;;. His Youthful Heart. wary of too much blase, for then the letterIs Thev These Wotd Suggest an unfortunate place. At whatever time
CHAS. H. b Proprietor. Ills efforts he In
What shall be said of that blundering burned and must be rewritten, so she No other season of the year comes to us In his career he thus rests life of ETHLEHEM
kindness of home folks that considers giving watches until somebody lays on a few so laden with glad associations as Christmustlde. old and no longer leads an active
: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. the boy only ,presents of such thingsas lumps and the smoke rises densely. "Home for the holidays!!I" What usefulness and a man or woman who does
he actually needs? It Is an outrage A few days before Christmas her mother music and charm there Is In those words! not lead a life of usefulness Is a. !good a* ELLS.
I, upon the spirit of Christmas to present found the child lying flat on her stomach What wistful longings they Inspire What dead.
: him with new shoes, ties, handkerchiefs- before the grate peering up Into the chim- /glad greetings and reunions they suggest! Age Is not always matter of time; It
AJ J't: something that he knows he will get any ney. The attitude of strained attention What visions of home life and love they Is quite often a matter of condition We -
: ; 1) r iU1 r ; ;; way-when his sleeping and waking dreams attracted the mother and she waited for call up! It Is a peculiarly home festival have all of Ult known beautiful old men VER cities-ovee'thc
for weeks before have been filled with development. The midsummer holiday season takes us and women of fourscore who have never the
''i i 7tE.) visions of tops, balls, guns and magic Ian. "Pshaw," cam. from the baby lips. to the mountains, to the seaside, to quiet crown old EachirNewuYear ought new hills and the dells
1 terns. The most beautiful knitted muffler "Nasty old chimney. My letters stlcked. resting places In the country. The home with life. b With, a message of
:I: woman's fingers ever' constructed cannot I got to write another" circle Is broken. We live "abroad and everywhere hopes and new resolutions They were peace to the na-
RT-TI\:) : [ compare with a jackknife with four blades "What are yon doing, f and a cork-screw attachment when exhib- mother. light rmld the beauties of nature. Amid ready to meet every emergency with the beautiful Bethle-
ited over the back fence to a neighbor boy "Writing to Santy. I want. new dolly the bareness and desolation of winter we wisdom and wit that come from years hem bel1s.Brlnlllnc .
i: t1 on Christmas morning. Very soon after and some candy and a fur hat and some find our pleasures In the home. Heart calls wisely spent. We have also known men ;Joy to'the
e souls that are sigh-

;iJt' I VY11 argilBEAUTIFUL Ing In the hovels where Poverty
1M,"" dwells
There I. life-there la life for the dying
II [O. In the beautiful Bethlehem bells I
Christmas day rtrf

I l'i I Begun en morn with the cold' %+r%+ ee i ,"' y $'{i r i wpM 3% "tK .. "' ;1> 4+ '+ aKe1" 7YMY Far off-In a land that Is lovely for the
tender, sweet story It tells,
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,I I You come, you world come ;tyA': NJh.r'tv'aiJ) In the light of a glorious morning; rang'
I too waiting
I the beautiful Bethlehem bells;
I With the tidings that Christ is born. 'Ir. i,,f r: f s w'r tq, +1w And stllU in the hearts of creation an anthem -
Tou tell It to listening ears, t
I The story *o grand..o true, : "kPv/ 3'ii'e' ? exultingly swells
'I I Oh beautiful beautiful Christmas day! ,r l 'I jyl" At that memory beautiful sweet Bethlehem of the bells ringing I ofthe

II The story so old. yet new. +,( r "

:'II' I F hw Yrrr'l, sir 1 f r i They rang o'er the hills and the valleys.

You whisper of joy and hope! ; ,IGf they summoned the glad world that
fit I 1 You tell us of Heaven's great plan; pG ,t; M 'r : ti't day,

\ Of peace sweet peace, and Joy on eurth y *' 1ntT Y From regions of night to the radiant light
r I 11i 1, And of God's good will to man. ; of the cot where the Beautiful lay.
You to the sad: "Look up! '
And forever and ever and ever a wonder.

I j, Oh To, beautiful the weary beautiful ones: "Now Christmas rest!I" day l rY 1' ;,, lrst' In the ful tender melody sweet dwells ringing and singing

", IU bk! Of all bright days the beat.I yj., ; T:: / ,1 ( xyLtr of the beautiful Bethlehem bells!

I Ring out, ye Christmas bells, 1 Ti 't; For they sing of a love that 1 IIJ deathlessa
And carry the tidings on. love that still triumphs In loss;
I I t That we may have a. heaven below They sing of the love that Is leading the-
Ii: Through God's anointed Son! world to the Calvary cross;
:t I t Let the men and maidens sing; Ring sweet o'er the sound! of the- clUes-
Let the children all rejoice; ring sweet o'er the hills and the dells
While a ransomed world lifts up And touch us with tenderest pities, oh.
It. universal voice beautiful Bethlehem bells!

-F. L. Stanton, In Atlanta Constitution.
Oh, beautiful Christmas day
I Shining forth like a Jeweled crown 1 ---*--

1+ r With cheer tor each trusting eou!. + rri re \ '. .. .
From tho aged patriarch down! \ THE CRIPPLE'S CHR.ISTMAS.

Let u. wipe away our tears, : L I ( (( \ _\ .a : ,
} > Of sin and'' sorrow born i4 ; \ ;: It Was Brightened by the> Chtxrltevbl
t On thla beautiful beautiful Christmas day I p Deed of e.n Unknown.
l Begun with the golden morn.
+ Leaning on a pair of rough crutches, a
Mrs. M. A. KIdder In N. Y. Ledger. ,
I 0 \\ poorly-clothed cripple stood watching
----tr- throng of Christmas shoppers hurrying by
1 with smiling faces. and arms ailed with'
'c b4 l "J
i TREATED HIM R.IGIIT. i 1 I ,I! t f ; Y'? ..'+' y..,- 1my gr'i -T t rd; ,. 1 bundles.
i'r An expression of bitter despondency and
an empty trouser leg pinned to his side told
Miss...Resented tiia Conduct of the the story of his pitiable condition Often
Heartless "Exaulslte." he was ;jostled by the. hurrying crowd but

f exquisite of the first water, 6J did not move or remonstrate
He was an
and she was a really glrly girl, vivaciousand r ,fr i7t )v" Y,, ,frt h ', r .' a i. A bronzed-looking man with a soft hat
; + short he noticed the
stopped as
enthusiastic over the holiday season.Bh f lfilN'la' F ?
r'.r,1a and after regarding; him a moment.
S did not look like a girl on whom fortune rr ,1
had smiled her brightest, either. said:
Where will you pass Christmas, my
talking of Christmas Irlvlng-
J They were
that Is, he was, and she was' listening-as n J f roft t'' fi- rk'l sk +ok *x ,ti+.r v:<+.}.i'.r '+ t d p" ,sir man Y'With a wave of his hand toward the
walked the avenue. L f ? :", {' '"" lr
they up lr ,
< { street the cripple answered the question.
been '
l "Don't you know, Mine Jane, I have '
awfully hard worked the last week. Why His questioner looked at him a few mo-
ments In silence and then said
least five :
I must have selected at presents.
to "Come with me, old fellow I'll buy you ai
I always make It a point remem "
ber the servants, as well as mamma and Christmas present.
A curious crowd followed the cripple and:!
blessed' ,
,,3 to give than you to receive know. It I realize Is. more that, andI 4 ," : '','+: ,4._.wystY,. i I''v.r w. 'fyt'e ,. if? ,, F }r l '-f \ I his. benefactor. They were rewarded fora
few minutes later the
give away a lot at Christmas really do.don't cripple was In a
Ill know-" State street store being fitted with an artificial -
Just you then the twirler of the exquisite was limb. As luck would have it, one was
i Interrupted by a shrill scream from a little found which met requirements, and the
girl and a howl of rage from a small boy cripple left the store with a substitute for
also by the crash of breaking china, the ,the limb, the loss of which accounted for

i twirling cane of the young 'dude having rery t /f y : r. -. ->7 iJl vV't > fOOmHOHT live-dollar his condition. And In addition he clasped a
note In his hand and wore
of the 'S
the hands
i6I struck a package from "- 'f. 'ty. !: M"uy <. '' S', : c vy !
V two little children. ?' R ::' S :<' arK We<' J YS.,3.yn.C.: .:Mr / 3 expression of renewed hope on his face
The cripple pent the day In a lodging-
"What was it, dear? asked the young ,
r lady, a. she tried to, stop the sobs of the house but a Christmas gift had brought
llttlo woman with It hope and comfort that brighteneven
"We Just had t-ten cents and: there was ,It those surroundings, while his benefac
l'l'a' cup and saucer for mamma and a cute -rt tor had gone his way, refusing to tell his
i little china angel: for Jlmmle-he's lame name or the motive which actuated him to:
and can't walk-,nnd now they're alL bestow the girt.-Chicago Inter Ocean.
broke" and she howled afresh.
i! Meantime a crowd' was collecting and e ,t he N I Ieh
the exquisite got uneasy, "Come Miss rw I It-t- ;rl I i S.. DON'T FORGET
}i Jane," he said, Impatiently, on't bo annoyed \ -

: by these kids any longer It's one {. t:ti I r. :' er Winter winds are cold and drear
don't know I want :
ri' of their games you Don't forget;
S you to help me select. scarfpln for Tom. Y You who lack not Christmas cheer
di Awfully fine fellow, Tom is," and he dc"r gr Don't forget. '
beamed benignantly on the crowd ; 1 M tleeeY There are weary ones who wait
"Miss Jane" .straightened, and, stepping By a dark and fireless grate
between the two children, took a hand wj'k While\ the Christmas Eve grows late;
of each and with a "good morning" curtly Don't forget '
flung over her shoulder, walked Into the
china store, whllo the exquisite fled up or t Christmas joys are like a song,
the avenue.-Washington Star t I.. t Don't forget; '
And the dreary nights> are long.
erA --- Don't forget '

Though the city streets are wide
Hunger wanders by your side.; "
Don't forget.
i "What resolutions have I vowed to keep
the coming! year? There are little children frail
Come, sit beside me, maiden fair and Don't forget; "
V straightway you shall hear! t Women too with faces pale
I've pledged myself to choose one girl from Don't forget

out the throng so gay '' IMO, *, N. KI1UXM. a< Men with Idle hands though strong..
C And love her with an honest love. forever Passing/ In the ceaseless throng; ..
and for aye. 00.The Christmas joys to them belong/
Twentieth Century Santa Clau..s' Don't forget '
I'll work for her with brain and brawn,
with all 'my might 'and main Love Is better still than creed.!

Until I've won her everything that honesty when moth with the parting he found Don't forget;
year gone by potvers year For
'. can gain; / S\FT your help they mutely. plead.
I'll\ fill her life with all that's good till life Were yet to bg "..u.rop.d' calling list increasing Don't forget. .
Itself Is done- JCr/j- 1C.rine made hU Christmas trip Che number of hit littl.fr/enl While the bells of Christmas ring.
And while we train our minds and hearts And earth's happy voices sing
i we'll)! not neglect the fun; With deer and jtel"ft. .,.'" .Iop d Enlarging tuithout ceasing To the poor your offerings bring.,,

E' In fur and robe to ''shiftd him from J4u Compelling hint to teed a mean Don't forget ..
Now tell me, won't you. maiden fair, what I -Ruth Raymond, In Ladles' World New,
} expedition
you. have vowed to do- CP/ blast and brcee f rigid Of greater I Yotk., "

i For I've laid bare my Inmost' soul to no Which in the far-off northern clime Chat he might yet more'stviftty speed J. -tt

1 ono but to you?" Would him X/pcn hi kjndly mission.
: quicKJy freest rijid. MARGARET'S NOTE TO SANTA.
I Tre made no pledges, she replied In so
F demure a tone, -
"But, It you don't object I'll try to help
t{ you k..epyour' own!I" '\, As time.tvent by more speedy mean" IjrO for the Twentieth Century he .::

i -Wallace, Dunbar Vincent, In Frank Leslie's Of travel were indentedtnd *-*. BAe latest mode i* trylnll-

"I Popular" Monthly.. ;/ with each new one Santa Claus ./In airship of a special build

,. .... '-" .-'A---" ... ., Wa more and more contented .e. .. For suift and distant flying

i REAL ONSIQERATE. Of each in turn the food old saint .dam' From place to place he dart through space /1 I

.. ..
ae r --t :"Became the proud possessor.for LI/JI a huge bird a-tvinging.Co .

.Rnd hi purpose each he thou ht. each and all from cloud/and dozen

t Outstripped its predecessor. Hi gift and blessings brinpirtg.INAAtlt.


tI the days of kilts a boy reaches the age shoes with real buckles like Tottte's got to heart and finds Its satisfaction In the and women who though still young; In
,,. when he yearns with his whole soul after and-" Interchange of social: sympathies and home years were hopelessly ennuled who had
j .l any toy or contrivance that will test his "Did you ask Santy for th.mr' affections. Survival of customs from the learned no lesson from life, and seemed to I L
i ,:, muscular skill or endurance. At this age "Yes, and then I put the letter In the past, when baronial halls and castles In have exhausted In their youth aU pleasure 7 WLfIII ,,
) ,I an appropriate present would be a rawhideor smoke and It went up. But that ono got old England resounded with mirth and and hope of pleasure. They make no I
r rope lariat, such as Is used by the Buffalo slicked and I got to write It all over."- sonr. and the Yule log crackled on the resolutions for the New Year Hopelessly II r 1"
; Bill riders. A pair of hand or arm Chicago Times-Herald. hearth and tables were laden with bounteous bl 'e.Vth'y.try to llv. for the hour
stilts will be received with equal favor, -6- hospitality, and even lowly cottage & more deplorable than a life 7 I1 I1I
"\ and In the same category comes a new homes were decorated with bay and holly. with no object to lire for. The tact that.
\ ,, fishing rod. snow shoes, tennis racket, golf A WELL-DESERVED FATE. still linger. In holly wreath... and mistletoe. w.. have ta.u each_ day to do. something'' -
/ club., a good bell. lamp or cyclometer for bough., in cheery frw\IHK. an d nome re 10 look forward '0. something to plan for
I / his wheel, or even a live pet a new dogapair union. The eyes of the little ones grow the future Is In itself a great blessing --_. .
\ r of rabbit. or guinea pigs-something bright with expectancy: as the day draw. when this Is don. for other. It 1. the -
f that he can pet and train for all his own. drr14iUQIJJATICIlUH near. Stockings: are filled and Christmastrees est blessing we have. If we could have.reat.our have a little sister,
I wT -Maud Souders In Woman's Home Com- are gayly decorated. Gifts are interchanged food provided for us as the manna of the Aa cute as cute can be;
panion. Tho old grow young; In heart wilderness was provided for the wander- Her stocking's small and won't hold all

!ft!'- again. Sympathies are quickened and en- lhf children .1f Ira'1 would not< be a She ought to have you sect
larged. The grasping, self-seeking spirit "* tCJ *. thankful for; It would be a So dear old Santa, won't you please;
SENT LETTER.S TO SANTA. relaxes Its hold for awhile and the spiritof curse. We would loon weary of the monot- Remember her and me
- z general. charity that finds Its joy In
& \ ony of such an Inane existence. Ourreso- By clear to the top Just Oiling theseThenthere's -
making glad the hearts of others bears lutlons
I ; / etS for the future
!! our exertions and the Christmas tree I
Baby Ruth WsKtohod the Missives) Fly
sway. Welcome Chrlstmastlde, and a merry our hopes. lift Id each year to
The Woman-Why don't you give your ,, Vp the Smoking Chimney.She Christmas to alii!-Baptist Union. plane, and thuG we 8. higher -tl---

husband some collar buttons for Christmas I has not lived long enough to have la ''N ---tr-- "Rlae on stepping.tone.
I TThe lost belief In the actual pilgrimage of Of our dead selves to higher things" I Sizing the Pllew
Wife-Oh. he loses them so quickly Santa Clau. from the far-away north. She NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS. -N. T TrIbune. I "Pa how much money have you got fer
that he feels like he's paying for somethingbe fervently holds that he Is and that all she --- 'if Chrls'musT'
didn't get.-N. Y. World. has to do to get wishes Is to write to him. Looking Hopefully Forward ... Sign ofYouthtuln Remember "Why, Tommy
But she never trusts the postman with her the Sorrowful. "Well. pa I can't tell what V ask Santy
queer scrawls; that would never do. She s'I --. Then are homes 'III which the approach Clans fer till I know how much money
f New Year resolutions belong to youth of the holidays Is dreaded because you're /got."-Indianapolis Journal.Tum.d
Tommy Got 0.... U a busy little creature, la Baby Ruth of
and has so many wishes that she has used -' and the spirit of youth. When we grow losses that hare been sustained and so-
M, Tommy (on Christmas morning)-Where up a pad el paper for her father since the old we ere indifferent to the succession of rows that have com during the last:year. ft
does Santa Claus get all\ his stuff, mamma? season began to get near. enough to speak Doctor-What's the matter? years, and they go by as months without May w. not enter nor largely Into the Over.
ii i Mamma Oh. he buys It. to. Ambulance Driver-He made a speech epoch. "Woo bo to as when we cease to 'I true spirit .t the occasion U we rei _
Tommy-.Well, he must bo a jay to let There Is a fireplace In the family loun.- at the newsboys' festival and saM there form new resolutions OB the opening of.a !> '. as tenderly a. we may. those for U Teac.ber-Johnny It what tine of th.year @
the Waves .
palm off: a tin watch on him I-Town .. .Aran the day only ... begin to tnrnt
anyone tag"room. where Ruth has llvwt. her throe wasn't any each thlqf qant CIa mphasi .the IP'WIU- .
__ .Topfca,. ._.. _. ._.-- ..u ._ .. Johnny Update- New Yur'a.-BIrOO'eJ'D
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men In whit duck suits and maidens In Is a charming young woman I should be erable. There) you had gone off without THE NEW, YEAR. I
airy costumes were walking to and fro on pleased to present you to Miss Templeton, saying a word and-and when heard you ON
the broad walk that led to the ballroom. but I saw her Just this moment pass were wounded I-I thought/ I would die. W. Should Not D Discouraged by the
The regiments were home from Manila. through/ the door with Mr. Thomas Car- I-I didn't dare send the letter and cake *
The summer hotels were crowded and con penter." just to you alone, so I sent six pieces and Failures ../ the Pevst. I \
\ versation did not lag for want of a topic. Jack said nothing, but he reflected that trusted to luck that you might /get one" It Is hard to tell whether the beginningof f'ORWEE'
l Each young man felt himself a hero as for once Tom had the better of him. and "Elisabeth you're a trump," said Tom, the New Year Is the more full of hopefulness -
he detailed to his fair companion the account that when the wedding cake came It was softly, as he stroked her head. "I always or regret. Of course (the day Is
of the voyage/ to and from Manila, Tom who had said: "A girl must be pretty thought .0, and now I know It, and I am nothing. Every day mark. the beginning R11 W
I the active service he had seen and the hard up to do this" the happiest man In .all the. world" of a new year; but, while all ChristendomIs R
trials of army life. I e fastening Its thought upon this point of
From Mrs. Van Tweeaer's cottage/ the Out on the veranda' MI. Templeton satIn The next morning Jack Krmpster said time a* the close of one period and the
'. sound of music floated upon the air. Inside a steamer Aialr" with her hands clasped nothing as h* listened to the confidences of commencement of another, serious persons
there were a few guests assembled to listento before her. By her side perched on the his friend Tom Carpenter. can hardly help making an appraisement .
lIT the singer of the evening, a. young girl railing and opening and shutting her fan as "Why don't you ask who the lAdy Is?" I of the past and a forecast of the future. ..... -
IST the New Tea who had studied extensively In the European he spoke Tom Carpenter wa.holding forthon asked Tom. In a tone of disappointment I They think of what they have done and I
bell are ringing centers. the beauties of Manila. "When a man I. going to marry his friends what they have omitted to do: of the losses fooD-BY, old :year
To and fro, "We will be bored to death, there Is no "And to think we should meet here,"murmured usually are Interested enough to ask the and gains of the year, and It may well fall w good-byI I
Messages of oomfort bringing: doubt Jack Kempster remarked as hAt Miss Templeton, softly.As girl's name" out that the debit side of the ledger carriesa You have not
Clear and low. struggled Into his dress suit and reflected she said this, Tom looked at her dress "Because I know already was the laconic discouraging balance. But we make a brought me wealth; "
Over mead and plain and valley that It was over a year since he had worn "Do you know" he said at length/ "a reply of Kempster as he walked over pretty unfortunate mistake it .w* let' the y You have not raised 1',
Where the forest giants rally the habiliments of civilisation. j curious thing happened? We boys had to the grate, failures and disappointments of the past high. ,l'
through park and street and alley Later he stood In Mrs. Van Tweeser'a each of us a Christmas box from home. It I There was a fire In It to take off te chill cloud our horizon Many lives are like century Hut you have left metxe.lth'
Up Paeans flow. S parlor By his side was Tom Carpenter was awfully jolly and nice and we were In the room, but Jack shivered little as her plants-they burst Into bloom only Oood-by My ,praises old year go, and with as the you thee go: .\)

I You !leave me tolllnor ut> tM bilL ,
List, the New Year bells are calling I see you passing on, b -'lIt
Far and near, Hope lingers here with met
Like some prayer triumphant fallingOn \
the ear. & cJr'4e' load, -by, !good-by. old year!
Lo, the past is past forever, You have not made me great; "
In this hour Its bonds we sever Deyond, new tasks appear. 1
And Its clouds shall darken never k And I must work and wait I'
Our New Year. r- Qooil-by, old year, but as you go
y + Still bear my praise away,
List the New Year bells are swaying; r 1, .y y !Since I may toll, and tolling, hold
High and low, .S/ Within my breast the faith of old
Ful .lng. pleading, praising, praying:, : Thut sights a coming day
As they go. $
Now may every sin be shriven Oooil-hy, old year, gond-byl I
And our hearts from sorrow riven You have not brought me fame;
AH forgiving and forgiven You leave no honors 1
Here below. May proudly rush to claim
Minneapolis housekeeper Oood-by, old year-yet. as you leave,
rik O take my praltte along,
?- K +
te ? t r t i Sine I may still through hopeful eyes
IVrcelve far distant glories rise
And sing a hopeful song.

dond-by, !good-by, old year!
a. The way Is rough before, .
And strewn along the rear
f Are dreams I'll dream no more I lOood l-
Y, L. 1 4''' k k 11 !71 nM,w -by, old' year, and tat me sing,
w r. 'i' Thy praise as best I can,
; I Since I am loved and still may love
And since thou hint not robbed ma of
A fair man's faith In meatS
4 : Lt E. Klser, In Chicago Times-Herald.

N.. 13 Firs'i i t INt
e I f A C K KEMPSTERsat ;
on an overturned THE BUSINESS MAN

barrel. Ho wa. diving
f 'l l'' down Into a box And Ills Encounter with th. Llltlo
{ before him and taking Jexok-ln-the-Uo.
h ,.. out slowly, one :
by one, the differentartlclee tin] man strode down
that had K : ; o the street, with his
been sent him. / overcoat buttoned up
Each present was neatly packed, and : ;ew + rtoya.hisxcehdin ensa adehn.
many had names attached. I r *
"Such a collection of things," murmuredJack I '. tal hale of nguias.
as he deposited them all In a heap, q1 \ which h* marshaled
with a view of going over them again q and marched, to. ale
It was a warm, pleasant day. Christmas apparent sstlafao>
always had been associated Jack's mind 1 t tlon with dollar l
with snow and cold, but here It was balmy marks tor officer
as summer uml orderlies. lie
"Manila Is all very well" Jack had said ,. slipped through' the
that morning to one of his friends, who also hurryingthrongwithi
had enlisted aa a private "but give me the deftness born of
snow, and Ice, and freezing generally that habit, stelng everything
we have at home. It seems as It that werea sfS je In a mechanical
part of Christmas." y ( way, but MedIna -
In truth Jack felt rather homesick, and no thug In his
he thought gladly of the time when he preocouplt 11.ft. A
could turn hilt back on all this and go back crowd filled the sidewalk
to his work again In the office. In front of one of the big store, and,
This was at nine a. m. Before ten each having by this time maneuvered his troop.
man In the regiment had his' Christmasbox of figure Into a satisfactory order with a
and had gone oft by himself quietly to nice fat dollar mark at their head, h.
Investigate the contents. paused u moment, Impelled by the mug'netlnm
Jack slowly went over the packages. / of numbers (v look where other
There was a dainty handkerchief with his ware gaxlng.
Initial embroidered In the corner. It was only a big show window full of
"Not much use out here," thought Jack, ,' i .. 4 Christmas toys To the man, engrossed by
ruefully. There were a lot of tobacco froma I the enticing game of business In which h*
home a number of I \c\: acknowledged champion,
young man friend at 4; was now un
books a few photographs, and, tucked In [ Christmas meant nothing but a popular
one corner, was a tiny package marked' : ; dissipation, a mild erase like* a street '
"For the owner of the box." :: : pug unt or any other diversion, a carnival
Jack took the latter up and eyed It cu time for people who had no absorbing occupations -
riously. He felt sure he had never seen to steady thorn, a period of pub-
the writing before. It was pretty and lie enthusiasm to be mildly wondered ....
delicate. A woman's, evidently. It made r r/r, +?P l,1tf, ,. l, y I Ie was about to pass on with a contemptuous .
Jack feel eager to see the contents, and he f ., sniff when up In one corner of the
hastily tore oft the wrapping paper. : E1' window his eye caught sight of something
Inside was a tiny box covered with white 1i J4' that changed the whole tenor of his.
silk, wrought In rosebuds, and around f It. FfJ r t' ?s{ w ? t rt thouahts.. Just a cheap little Jack-in-the-
written upon a dainty sheet of paper, was box it was, almost the only toy In the window
a'' letter. that was not a "novtlty" of fln-de.
Jack ICempster: reed the letter with evident slvcle Ingenuity, and It stood up saucily
<<: amusement. Then he opened the lit- 4 jeering at him with the same grotesque
tle box. race that had frightened him as a boy
"By Jove!I" he ejaculated as he did so. In a twinkling the crowd had disappeared,
"That girl Is clever. She did send some, anti the show window, /glittering. with! tinsel .
after all." and color, was transformed Into a homely
Ten minutes later he was with his friend, ( 1 scene, whore two boys, still In their!:
Tom Carpenter. t t t ti 'r I f ry night gowns, stood before a wide hearth
Tom," he cried as he flourished his letter I : upon which a merry Christmas morning
In the air "have you a letter like this?" .. ., ; tire crackled and spluttered away, ousting;
"I don't know what you mean by 'like Its ruddy glow upon the contents of the
averred Tom, who was of more 4t woll-lllled/ stockings, which were being
this sedate, frame of mind, "but I've got piece .eagerly. emptied. They both had a Jack.
of wedding cake from some girl at homo( IAl ; In-ths-box, he and brother Tad, but ,hi*

and a letter." .
"So have I." cried Jack, "and here Is my
letter. Did you have one like It? Just listen

and see." T
With these, words he began to read excitedly

," 'I know we have been forbidden to put
any eatables In the Christmas boxes sent r
out to the boys In the regiments, but I am II(
determined to smuggle my package In. I
have taken six pieces of wedding cake and


art sweetly ,.in&inJ. ftA'E'R'RJ1.. CHRISTMASJoyful tuordlS
CHRISTMAS; ,. born ..1. .. tvet and clear the anthem ringl

,re Pence on.earth- and Good will bringing. '(-fill the inmost heart It stirred

On this Happy Chriftma morn With thm hap pint J-f it brings.epVT .

away all !(loom anti oIadnu J: se PEACE on earth good trill toward men*.

the words ttte'/f end all Strife.
repining murmur* ctcutt

Let our heart filled with ladnuol. CtcJljnjf( up the thread* atfalnCo

For the bells art rinjinj "f facet" .sP weave a purer, nobler life, THEY BOtM HAD A JAOK-IN-THC-eOX..
IlM1LY H. WATSON"' tn MUnf CauNMkn.threw .

was opened first He could rememMryet
how Tad had shrieked with dellghj (.1 hl*
Interval. Th bard fright. It was only a lash. Dictate. -tn*
somewhat lams yet from the ugly wound delighted with the content.and the thought In the lid of a box covered with whit after a long and tedious endurance, the courageIn vltascop of memory bad gene back .<>>
b* had received in the Manila days, but that there were people at home who really ilk\ wrought In rosebuds.-Chicago/ Dally work bearing the patient losses and trials, at length on many yaars that It startled him when h.
still genial and pleasant. cared for u.. Well, six of us fellows r.- Tribune. favored day bring forth their result reckoned thai number-but It was .bright
"Do you know the name of the'singer" celved each a tiny box filled with wedding -a- and some the man Is suddenly overwhelmed at picture, and It brought sudden unwonted
Jack queried as he ran bis eye over th cake, and there was a letter with It." the transformation of his life In the fruition moisture to his eyes.
room. H. received no answer for at that Tom paused purposely. The girl at his THE DAY AFTER. of Iong-chrlshd hopes. No one of Tad had been the gay one of the two sndh
moment Tom who was beside him gave a side sat motion I.... us can tell when we are standing on the the grave one but they had been great
WHAT WAS IN violent start. "Do you want to know what was In the ". .. of such a crlnU. Many a man like chums nevertheless all through the schooldays
.'00 YOU WANT TO KNOW" "I think.'. said Tom. "my leg Is to bad. I letter" he asked at last.Tes" Saul at Ollgsl hs become discouraged'Just and even after. Then there was m.
THE LETTER will go over and sit In the back of the room. she said quietly, her brown eyes too soon and lot a little after he ha. committed girl, and Tad won her, and so the mac.
will You do s* you pleas, Jack." fixed apparently on the Japanese lanterns himself to a fa Ue and weak policy i, went to the city and wooed and won suecess
put In six different bat ... These brxe,; And before Jack Kempster knew It his that swayed to and fro In the breese. the prophet, has come, and h* finds that and forgoeverything.i.g till forgetting
dre.. 1 wore naturally and ...11. became
of the and almost acme
covered with a piece friend was gone. Tom went on: "It was from a girl h* has milled the prize that wss
where I was brldemald.J hush. said she tired of being a brldemald That. New Yeses a habit. Then had ben>atraBgemnt.
the last w.ddln. there was a little bustle and a she was I within hi* grasp. our
Then six
.tx weddings.Th.y only neglect a neglect oll-Iet's se* .
brldemald at and-" thousands of friend who
have been stood In front and pr greeting to the .
woman t
A Ibis Christmas
but no young
aU say I make such a nice on. to sing. "O!" exclaimed Miss Trmpleton. rising read this.. No matter how dark and discouraging eight, by George tan years from the window
think I want a wedding of my p.red must Into the house. the outlook lacy be, have faithIn The men moved away
"I really
one seems to men What she sang Jack never knew. M*saw suddenly. go r r the grinning Jack-in-the-box wltb anew
own. Perhaps one of you six young but at vision of brown hair with eyes that It Is my time to sing again." v/ yourselves' and In the good provident) and and softened light hi his eyes
after you get home, a until have heard m*, Eli... of God and may this year bring you the a
will hunt me up ana"THE matched:a small delicate.oval face, and- you "11,. gad" he acid 'TIT have to look up
any rats put th cake under your pillow model could It be true? This girl had on beth" and the name cam naturally to fruitage of your hopes the transformationof Tad's addr.... Must have two or threekids
ye "Confe that wrote It. life which Is a* wonderful and yet ergpossible
mad of the very silk that decor- Tom's lips. you this time. I'll eend'em. a Christ
MAIDEN ALL FORLORN.- a ated dress the box wherein' his bit of wedding Did you think one of them would fill Into .. th* change which comes to the box.by "-Cincinnati Enquirer.
that beat anything" cried enthusiastic my hands earth In Hay, when the warm rains and mae
"Don't he bad nnlshed. cak. was sent.Jack to flee but Tom detained the mounting sun suddenly work the miracle n
Jack, when this. lie surreptitiouslyput Elisabeth attempted -
did It I am felt sure I of the; springtime i when the cold and
"And we haven't an Idea matches her his hand Into his pocket and pulled out her. barren earth as In response to the touch of ....._'. Great Feer"a&.
box. for It Christmash writing. Hare I not treasured I R
Ever sine "I know
going to save my of tb.box. your
tile cover bloom with verdure. festival of
find tie great
I'U Invisible wand I
dress, and If I hunt the.world over bad carried It with him, and now b* wasto up enough to know' It la Egypt? Ism sa Watchman. Nsw Tear- day *see Christmas Merescqu.lataneee
Boston In France,
returned from Ihayeft'C th year
a lame soldier. Just wsr.
that girl. at last.
meet her send each other small
"upb"! ejaculated Tom. "She can quivered with excite much to lire on, but I love :you -6- even
tar 'the m.lden all forlorn' for *u do I c.r.this. ment.Th young As soon man as tb* applause subsided Elisabeth and have for ""1''. Will yon 7I t k A CrHtotom. present on that dal.ClaetsaaUFaqulrer.geve

A girl must be pretty hard up brtdem.Id.to Mrs Van Tweeser found Mr. Ksmpster t before let m* tell you so now r' i/ Bobby I guess theta Claus 'never wasa 0-
even If she Is In demand as a As h* said this Tom took E1labeth'ebads
that the little boa was her. In his and looked gravely Into her boy himself.. tiem./
But Jack noticed Tom..ltnapeecll, and "Such a delightful. evening" h* murmured. I with a Mamma why Bobby? said Uncle Kben: ;
wife a pocketbook mssM
In face. "My garM Christ
carefully put away conventionality woreovert akeowed better than
his The.. as If Bobby-'Cauee he'd JChristmas
that erumba of wedding cake decorated "May I ask for aa Introduction tota "'Comell' b*.said opening* his* *,. "'C_ nickel" .AIL"What fort**, to bring a feller a dinky popgea Ilk.. this "but don't sit up so mare errl_.all at
friend'. cot the next morning. role." f_ you seat the letter/ was that
, e S aw *_singer? Bb* has a symp.tbetle... ... T .. ,

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i Christmas, 1900. .: OUR ANNUAL SUPPLEMENT. M. : New Year, 1901_

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New Ena-land school-teacher for this delicate he began to fill the stockings. It wat stow SLEEPING HEARTS Ing money f or'ChrUtma*. There' noon*
: position; and In less than a week she work. II* had seen his wife do It once; but me and mother now. We'd look fine

'' succeeded, by perseverance and Industry, II* had watched her then In a mechanical How Old Farmer. PeMlgrew Wsxfcened making. Christmas presents." rPI
Ii !I v I ",rr' yy In casting. more of a shadow over the live sort of way It was on the preceding Vp to CHrl::: tm_ R-eeOltlo "That you would." replied Evans heartily -
of the three waif than ever John Howard Christmas eve. She wa III and nervous : "and it would make good old Aunt
had. But the waif had boon taught not and afraid. .to go about the house alone. ; LD FARMER PET- Pettlgrew feel ten years" younger. I wish
HI to complain, and John Howard knew nothing In a grumbling, protesting way he had \ TIGREW was driving you would." aS
f I about It accompanied her. along the pike "Now, Bob" exclaimed the older man
I t. One lingering hope remained In his How glad be was now that he had I He toward the county "are you In earnest?" ( : '

breast, Could he make the coming. Christmas dropped a moderately heavy: object Into town, the gray goIng "Never was more .. She is often lonesome -
*o happy for his children that he could the toe of each stocking to hold It down- at a. brink rate. since your daughter moved west. She
'j A I r STOCKINGdreadfully small I.j' win their love' H* resolveJ that he would then an orange to make It capaclou After / "There's that would be not only surprised, but happy,"
I 'Twill hold next to; take charge of the. holiday hlmsulf, and the this be slipped In a present for the sake young Evans walk- "What are you going to get Addle?" I 1
st nothing at all preparation lie road for It were extrava: : of a surprise, and on top of the present he Ing." he said to himself "MeT 0 I've been planning for month J' s5'I
j' When Santa Claus gant. The present purchased for all the put a layer of candy. H* wondered that f He Is dressed A new dress for one thing. Book she "
-- bring preceding. Christmas celebration at his the "tick-tick-tick" of the candles as up a* It h* was wanted and some little knick-knacks. Nothing ,.
I Hi I. toy and' house were a* nothing compared to the they dropped did not awaken the sleepingchildren ing. to catch t hoe Is too good for my wife. She deserve I A M E those monarchs
I i'I things; array that stood before him on the floor*' train." more than I can ever give her. But I'm + grave and
I Atop and a knife on table and on. choirs, this Christmas H* wa slow at the work. It was early "Going up the road, Bob," he said a* h* getting some thing for mother, too. I hoar,
and a ball. eve when he sat so broken In heart before dawn when he finished He blew out the little passed the younger man, "I'm bound for wouldn't forget her. We'll go over to- ,,, r With their gift a
II his grate fire.Something night lamp and sank Into a chair, burying town.' morrow afternoon and see how happy she'll 6_ i- goodly stora, .-
1 "I'll hang one of grandpa'. In line had happened. Amtstakehad his face In his hands, and his heart In "1 was going down by the train, but don't be over our presents." Gold and frankincense '

And Santa will think It ti mine been. made The New England schoolteacher memories. Suddenly he looked up and saw mind riding behind your gray." laughed "I never did give anything/ except a. little and myrrh, ,,
II And In thoy will &'0. In the Interest of white-winged his three children standing about. him In the other, climbing. In, "that I., It you'll\ candy to the children on Christmas," said On that holy night of yore.- <- ,
From the top to the to., truth, had told his children there was no the arc of a circle. agree to bring my stuff back" the old man.Old .
III presents to jolly and fine. Ator, Bator, Sarasin, e

In their hallowed purpose kin, .
f ."What a capital joke It will bit Following the guiding star ''''I'

0 dear It I only could see Each. sacred goal to win. ,'.7'I I .
How he'll open his eye, "'
I And dare with urprlo Did they bear their offering' jf:':;l'.
Then hurry and All It tor mel" Such a wealth of precious thing. ,",:,"::1..t'. .
f'' ?t Unto one of princely place,. :IBS*
At night on a keen, frosty breeze t I i Sprung, like them, from earthly kings.
When moonlight. was gliding the tr.... r i r I ""
He came In a hueh. Nay, but to an Infant born *'.'

With a rattle and rush, III In a lowly spot forlorn,
4 And 'Teddy' biff locking he leee, Yet around whose glorious lace/' ;> ,

Shone a halo like the moral .- t
"Wellt welll"! said the merry old chap *''
Til give him I think, a fur cap. For a, spirit unto each
I'd like It I can Spake In no uncertain speech
To suit the old man Saying: "In a manger lies ,
( While ho 1* enjoying hl4 nap." j One who God to man shall teach -

Next morning with laughter and about, "One who shall the night o'erthroir '
The children came tripping1 about Bearing heaven with Him'below- .,
All dancing with glee, Love that triumphs over hate ';' '
Their stockings to see, Peace and joy that conquer woe."' '/,>';A. s .
With Santa Claui' glftapeepingout, .#?!&:*,
So those monarch, men of fame "I :\\li !:\;"
'"That monster big clocking for me," + ) Bowed before Him blessed His name/f,,;. 1:
Cried Ted, with a chuckle of glee. / t l Laid their offerings' at His feet '' ,'"
"It'i cram full of toy, Passed a* swiftly a* they came. 1,!\
Do look at It, boy*I
,.Just wait till I how you" -now *el"! Stretch the years, a checkered chart *ff!
Since they played their deathless part ';:

Then 'Teddy lay back with a moan Yet to-day may we, like them, J
1 And cried with a. lob and a groan r \ Giving hold the Christ at heart. .. '
a ( l Com '
"O how could he make -Clinton Scollard, In Woman'Home
Such an awful mistake / panion. '

1 wish I had hung up my own." --tl-

j Sydney Dayre, In Christian Work. WORKS NOTHING BUT GOOD.., .

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II Two-Fold Benefit Derived from Molt.

= \ lug! New" Year Resolutions. "/.', '
I Howe (h"il-l '
Notwithstanding the army of very wise
and'very cynical people who sneer at New
'WON Tear' resolutions, I'm going to boldly announce -
I MisHILDREN'SlfOVE myself: her a* one who believe In
1 them. I do not hesitate to say that I havemade

: them every year since I was old
: ( ( : enough to think about such things, and I

expect to keep It up as long as I live. Moreover -
I want my girls to get Into the same
,, '( [trls, don't take :ti up as a pastime,
? niNKLCS of oar or confide In anyone who happens to be
furrowed the forehead present. Be In earnest about It. Go away
of John Howard by yourself for a little while and examine
+I ,wholesale leather tit { \ your character honestly Don't make excuses -
I merchant of New to yourself because there are flaws
,g York, a. he sat In don't the blame
e In It; attempt to lay upon
.. the library of hi. else don't console yourself with the
7 anyone ;
J home and his hairwa
thought that you ire no worse than your
tossed Into disorder. by the combingof .
ti *
neighbor Shut out all the world, face
III. dull gated
hU nervous finger eyes
f'' the red depths of a great fire, but your conscience bravely, and be honest
b there. with yourself. If only for a little half hour.It .
rend crimson picture
+ no world had called"complacent cannot help but do you good.
This wa the man the I.t .
Howard.;' Character I*something. we build for ourselves.
F John
t f W.- Ind we alone, are responsiblefor
Bight before, when he married ) a1
.t It. We| ive no right' to assert that environment -
In his habits,
11 people! expected a change
but they were disappointed. He had merely -, hereditary Influences preventus
added another part. to his machinery. from reaching our own ideals. 'There isnothing
.q I He had carefully chosen the. kind of woman but our own moral laziness to pre- I
who would helplessly become a part of a. vent u* from being what we-really wantto
machine, '
When children cam they, too, were compelled benefit arising from the making of
,t to become part of the orderly, silent New Year resolutions are twofold It I la
machine controlled by.John Howard. Meek I I0 good for us to acknowledge fault and wish
llttlo mite they were. No one suspectedthat / to' overcome It; It Is good for us to resolve
children. to do better even It the resolution Is destined -

c There they were were three of them: Mary, a girl GN ) / I to be broken, for the soul lives on
f, of .aven; Anna, a girl of five, and Join a (l T these breath from the upper realms of
boy of four By direction of John Howard, cI -- life.-Minneapolis Housekeeper.A .

good, plain names were given to them, -- .
names that would wear. Meek Mrs. Howard
would have chosen differently but she A Hint for Christina.

was not consulted. Here Is a hint forthose who are too poor
When the children came John Howard to give many Christmas gifts:write Christmas -
_ Ip, laid down the rule for their conduct and teller. It I* the thoughtfulness and
keeping; and never afterward bothered I the love that count, not the gift lUelf.
I'"Y himself about them. It h* law them once Choose among your acquaintance a dozen

f. a.day It wa by accident. One of his rule, lonely ones, whether poor or rich, old or
'condition, was that he was never to hear young, and have a letter to each ready to
them, save when be wished A* a result I mall in time to reach its destination on
,John Howard was a father without children Christmas morning. No maher hav
-and the children had a living father, :- log. any new to write: Just good wishes,
but were fttherleei. and a tithe of the good words you will
All this would have continued but fore speak about your friend after he Is dead.
oar Inevitable little Incident In life called They will warm his heart now, which 1*
ti "'death"-for death, after all. I I. a part of far *itr. It >I. the season to gives and the
life, and dying very' often the main part only thing at all worth giving I. oneself.Chicago .-
of living. The entrance of Mrs. Howard ; Standard
Into the lit. of her husband had made no I .
4 perceptible change In It. Her deh had t .. -il----

thrown every part of It out of gear. There She Knew.

were three watts In his house who cam Sunday School Teacher (Illustrating the
and looked t him In a fYlaht.d -
at his bidding Mfr working of con.cleDc.-What: Is It. chil
.... sort of way. dren. that make you feel uncomfortablewhen
the love of his chil
How* wa he to win you have eaten all your Christina

dreHow candy and not given any of It to your little
John Howard longed to enter thatplay friends who bad none of their own?
i > room I But he never dared. He was Little Ethel Beenthere-Tumach-ache.
t aZrald his entrance would drive them forth m.e m .eaa M a a al40es eeee..we ea ma'am.-ludg..
and he realised that this room was their ft-
own little world. Sometlm In agony,
ii he listened at the door and learned how Father &ime"WAcrt! tStuo of you this time!" Do\i Oo by Talk.
k) different they were from other children. "Talk ortn't to be relied on too mueh."
How he longed for them to ak him for laid Uncle Eben. 'Tain necessarily de
omethlngl What joy h* would take In nan dat made de no*' New Tears resolutions
I granting them any wish But they had >cX'PZCTANT' and tvitb open hand j VPO.'Ilt.0141 a !. md read days ..otn' ahead llvln' d* mo' or-

,I been nothing brought, up save to on ak on for. day nothing In the to year.expect : 2 l ft b1 h.., to gbt a t*>*tcom. to P" Century Just Born. an''spectable..Washington Btar.

That day was Christmas.On ..A n.inJ, 4u..ft bv oV Loon 6. fa..- \fpon thlt Happy JvVtv year' morn. -tl-

i that day they could expect wonderful ./'arpris.d. in place of on. sent ttvof To grace the ftaje and adorn A DIG FAVOR.
new present, they knew, from a mysterious -
person called Santa Claua. The -
t late Mr. Howard had cultivated this on. Z; younJ /' .. year &
i dear Illusion In them and ao p.Hectlythat U .end on'bis .,should ftronj and trtt i. U sty Father Time. Mot fhtinJ Wr
they never dreamed that cither she or their
/ Slnoihcr yoon&rtir brinj to rf.ttt.fZiA 'j, (CT6 tuijht of many year t* bid)

I/;.. ,'I oItNoflltin.j banner bright and n.bra % TSfm* fount folt elide Ay centorf/

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.I Banta Claua. This h* had learned while "1t'* papa." cried his eldest girt rushing "So 'taln't two wagon loads." was the About the middle of the afternoon Bob s
listening at the door of their playroom that Into hi. arm. "Papa la Santa CI..... 111 retort. He liked Bob. Evan. because he Evans hurried Into the big: dry. good store
afternoon. And he. who had so carefully I I. papa, who has been so good to u* and we I joked and laughed aad was good company. after numerous bundle H*was surprisedto
rehearsed the part of Santa Clan for the haven't loved kl_" "WhafU your load her be asked Boll see old Farmer Pettlgrew sitting at a
performance that eight: felt that It would "1t'. papa." echoed the younger dauaher. I counter near the front while an obsequious!
be a hollow mockery.. BOW that they knew 6\, 11 Jerk' was holding up fold of gray silk
a* we all de some day too much. "Pa &Sanly Close; said the boy. Bob was so glad that h* slopped to aid la
: With a promptness and decision th.t had And they too. sidled up to him and clung the selection, and then went on his way;
+2 characterized him always In business,.John to him their little eye beamlnc with love. It wee nearly dark when the two men met
Howard peremptorily: dismissed the New And then John Howard knew that his at the livery. stable. Old Farmer Petti-
England chool-teacher. giving her amonth' locking had been filled, also-with the love grew was as excited* a boy.

,rdw- salary and no explanation for hi* of his children.-Tom Hall, In The Criterion.A "Say.: Bob. I bought her a chair, too

trange conduct. The children should have -Q and a comb..and candy; andI'm kind of
4 the hollow mockery of Christmas at any ashamed to gtve them to her.. And I Hilt
rate. But the essence of It was gone. H* R.enlnde fot P.p.. Minnie ten dollars registered letter, you
had heard his children declare bet..aeobe. know.."
that they would never bang up their The children were making their plan for Bob shook the old man's hand. -- -
locking again. and after all It t* the Christina and their mother wa helping -rn I Oeorgle-Maw. will you do me a t avert
them, while their father wa deep In his glad came In with you. I just Uolher-T**. If don't
locking and not the tree that U the essence wish I could you ash toe bur a
J of Christmas-and the mystery. of evening paper. But he could hear, and those things to see her.auntie'. when you give ..
mysteries thereof hi the wonderful fact this .la what he heard: f Oeorgle-WeO. If* a pretty good-Ued
"What are you going to give paper I Til ten you about It. Bob." one. maw-I want f
_ that Santa Claus can spend so much lime i 4 7 + But he did not Introduce berry one uf ". -
asked the mother. the subject t'
and take ao much pain In Oiling stockings.But hang up Kru.iniia.-OhJo 8U.l
"' -* PAPA' H. himself -1 thick. said the eldest thoughtfully, whea Bob weat over the next week Th* Journal.
.John Howard was human. -
"that I will gtve him. an alarm etocAa -." young man followed him out to the bam '
had looked forward to this Christmas
", ** lot and asked him about the
alarm dock' exclaimed: the mother. gift Old
had anything to do with the annual with greater expectation than had any of Farmer Pettlgrew
father looked
"Why do you want to give Item an at him long and Saddening.
midnight: visit of the good little tat man. his children. alarm clock?'" solemnly, a sort of quiver about his ""Wh.t
months before he came H from bed and pat on his dreesInc "' month. ,. makes little Tommy so sad ea
Of him they talked I rose **B.cause; answered the chnd. with an W elU when I laid them out by this happy
had left And with and Then, with a C1"11"1 dar asked Foe-
and month after he Rowe a.lppe-ra. earnestness that showed she bad given the Christmas' morting: Bob I just stepped dick,
they present he left they played. from olla little night lamp In hta;hand,turned very matter some thought. "If he has an alarm I THK riR/T TIM. IN TIN YCAMS.a out She did.'; come out. and I!got seared. "Hia presents are all
Christina until the next: patently wait- I low, lie went stealthily Into the bedroom clock I peeped In through the '; ""breakable.-
at the office maybe he will know when crack, and- nd- piled H4Jc1t-Towa
tag for,the new one and carefully ....rd. where hi* children Upt. Their clothe It I* tire to com hone to dianer."--Chicago the* hard mud Nw from under the she was f kp *".*. by them 8o>bbI1III'. I Topic
laid neatly. three chair and from bore .
lac tee oldDiscouraged were Evening Poet.OfMn feet. dldn't calculate It was going\ to have tl
at hi* failure to win even each chair be took a stocking and pinned "Not much w.tghc" UiurHed his com- aired. Bob" aDI'.ach ,
the confidence of his children John Howard It where the steeping children bad been II sea.. -Chrtocm** JioIt' eyes grew misty In Ds.bb3tammeRA.e
hired that hope?.. 'ueUtuta for a aeevctera4 to pin them ta previous years.After a little money buy. ahlot of takings 'I went to then, :an* sbe rose an Tas going s. get
nattier a nose 1, to take rare or them. this h* made fvequas trip to the tlteC..xne. to* warms the\ hears" -- to me aM *a* aid 'J> up and I lIallel bog <'bst.teaas,
With business a.um m ad tack of or library and brought up lead after lead Many a irwer-oST e* New Tear day wflt 'Sbo. ,,' Hid Farmer Pettier**. -wae me for the ant time la tea and kissed"_ I Papa-Can't sty, Yoestgn aetde.zea are
Clnary\ common. enae be a.ured a arise et teas. eaediea .and ,trinketsv 'And then lie doe to Chrttaa*cigar-at.Paul GUbv. Ten t'. as .*d a* 1 am yea. :-we/t W spevd- Leeds.tU. Ceoitcr-J..n>& yean. Boo. I blluneCpe...... that I'm ?wet ta I
kao.wllat; to .
.. .. Braoktya titt