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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 28, 1900
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
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System ID: UF00075918:00104
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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.. 31. NO. 18. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2H, 10OO PRICK, 60.;
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NEWS Deed blanks sold at this office. -Capt. Geo. Qlenson, of Eau Gallle, -Mr. Fred F. Taylor, of Rocklodge, la PROGRESSIVE CULTURECLUB'S Curl II. Knnppe, front clerk; F. M. Itol-
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paid Tltusvllle a visit on Monday.Mr. again In town. gor, night clerk; Sullivan, chef. W.
Senator Mark Hanua's family passed ENTERTAINMENT. F, Davis steward; Mrs. Patton, housekeeper
' And Topics of General Interest. through Tltusville on Sunday lust, en and Mrs. J. O.Walton and Chas -Dr. and Mrs P, H. Houghton spent ; W. J. Allan wine rOlmnlnl

route to Palm Beach.A It. Walton spent the Christmas'* holidays the Christmas holiday In Jacksonville. The Progressive Culture
THE ADVOCATE dance will be !given by the Titus- in Jacksonville They West will Palm soon Bench.be lu Tltusvllle, on routeto tainment to be given: this (Friday) oven- Darwan, tel"ltrllphI'omto\,; J. T. Jull-

vllle Social Club on'Mon.ay. Dec. 31st -;Mr. Thomas son-in-law of Dr. M.l hIlt iu the Opera HUIlKe,Titusville. let, carriage\ agent./

$1.50/ per" annum in advance.'. Prof. Kroeger has been engaged; to play D. L. DodHon, joined his wife at thlll -Tho Florida Ostrich Farm Co. has ises to bo very entertaining The ladles\ The Hotel St George, St. Angustlno,
$1.00 six months sent 42 ostriches to Palm Beach for the have the following :
place yesterday.Mr. prepared
countries. Mr. and Mrs W. R. Walker of progiam opened for the season last week, with a
an. to foreign ,
$2.00
per
winter season. Mr. Burton Cornell will 1'ltO'MtA,a. a p.III..t of aritvalH.! The reputationof
Grant are here on I a visit; to their son. \( W. T. Cosby traveling: passenger have charge of this branch Cornet Solo, .. Alms Ruth Wixiilwnnl.KiH'ltutliMi .. ;
this house Insures for the
TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on Mr. .1. It. Walker, one of our hustling; agent of the Smutern Railway, paid l la "FIsliStory,.".. Ml.s Mnnsliitw.VOCH nIlIDl po-;
the following news-stands at five merchants.Mr. visit to Ormond and Daytona on Wed- -The ADVOCATE staff received some Poll .. ... .. .. ....... tIsxlhtmsylimady. most a largo business this wlutor. Application -
sale at; cents per copy : W. A. Farmer who has chargeof nesday.Mrs.. very useful and ornamental presents this Snl,........ ..... .... ....M 1I.0I"I.h Minis\ this fall limn brforo which Indicates
Titusville-B. R. Wilson & Son. tipsiness\ Christmas, and It Is almost needless to Kuelutliiu "A IAIK".a of llruirvni," ,
:Mr. Scoble'a fish FortPierce W. rl.'tl1I'DPcll1omo Wllo..11.1
S.
at Brannlng
'J. B. Screven. : \ say they were much appreciatedA \: Mrs.. \. t K. that Imslni-ns will begin early. Tho St.
spent Clulalui.is with hit family, Monday afternoon, tier having: spent' i a Vueat5lu. 5,1. Mrs. It. \\', Khiiilim. leoi'fje) him ono of tho best locutions Iu
Jacksonville-Rathbun hotel. at this place. month or more visiting relative\ and {' of school te clu>i'" ('unuIWda. .. .. MlnsdrurH Itolil.Kuclmnon the rlty-corner" of Nt. George street and
.. ... .
.
hotel .
Windsor Mrs. I Dr. Itnlllim.Iti'dutliiii'
Duval hotel. -Mr.! A. W. Units traveling freijihagenrof friends. at Savannah, Gn.Mr. from Ohio, niiniberlnif about 1(K>, have, Vs'RI. .N"lo "JII.tMlIrlI"oh'r! M"r Ilruwn. tho riax.i; It accominoiUti'N about I.M,
been down the East Coast this week on ... .... ... Miss Klsl: lvt .. an.llH surrounded, by woll kept grounds, ;
News stand Union depot : the F K. C. Hy., returned home -! 1\D.ll\rs. James Andrews and a special train, viewing the many night' I'oniluHonit.... ... ... Mrs. It. W. Khoilii. .. lit comlnuttxl til IIIOMC 1 II 1 tier al
m
a manner
.. last the will two children left here for .. ,
McNamara & Dozier 209!) Sunday to spend holidays Tuesday liiHtruitiiitiUil 8cJii ill\as Alien MriiilKiicltiiiiiin
West Bay street. his family. Tibbaln, where Mrs. Andrews and chili -Mr. i). S. DeVlnne, <>' the DeVlntie ... ... .. :Mrs Dr. ttivllliVoeul ... and makes uu Ideal 1 homo for persons
ten will visit friends until after New Press, New York CityI'rlv..1 hero yesterday .' Sulu! !, .. .... .. :Muss DuU-y/ Brady. spending the winter In' Florida ThoroprietorF.
LIvIuK
:Mr. Jack Delton left the latter l ricturas.
successfully
\ H. 'ryla.r-hIiM -
Years and Is of the Indian I River
notice ads. ten cents n guest
are
nrRen.dlng of last week for Man Mil ten and will O'n..raa.lmls..I"11 23! clt. Doors {
part! openat run I hit St. George for several seasons.
hotel. U his! to
Mr. DoVlnno
per line on this page. return hero, to morrow with his family -Mrs.\( E. Webster, of Tlbbals, was A View where ho on way 7t0:! i), m. I'm fomiaiice In'tflns nt H Mr. II. S.' Green. tho popular" manager.
Attorney F. J. Webb and Mr. J. T. They expect to make Tilusvlllu their passenger: on Monday's( non bbouud Buy owns largo pi no- ,,o'clock "h.IIl.et\ everyone till a out has held I the sumo position for several

Bassett of this place, left, yesterdayfor future home train en route to St. Augustine wluH'ehe apple plantation. and patronize homo. talout. seiisotm very successfully. Applications'!
will be under the care of Dr. S. GWorley. Messrs., J. Maxwell. Itnmlall EugeneJ. and \ matter will In
St. Luole.W -Mr. 11. Julius Smith of Rockledga for rates doscilptlve
\ Randall 0, W. MoNab and W. C. all ellM"H. receive I attention. Notice -
have a few Christmas supplements accompanied by hU son, Clarence came Kitchell who from Kau Ualll AMONG THE HOTELS prompt:
his -Mr. Chas. myth who has been residing came up advt. on our nth page.
In Ills launch Saturday to meet
left over which we are sendingout up ,
;
last board the launch Dawn
this week. daughter, :Miss Elsie, and escort he at Fermindlna for the pant two Friday on much Ifo'ol.) Indian. Rlvor, Rocklvdgo, In tho
returned homo
Saturday pleas
homo for the years, passed through here, Monday, on on The AI ID tile at al. beautiful
holidays >VOCATK now on neighborhood\ of oraniro proves: ,
Master Geo. W. Scoble, arrived hereon his to Indlanoln to spend the holidays ed with the circus and the other little
way the bust hotels New York city whose nd will ho found. on hilt ttb page/ ,
Wood Arrived here attached therein The Dawn U I
Sunday last to spend the holidays -Miss Aunle on with his f..mlly.Conductor affairs bo of under the
with his Friday from Stetson University and left owned by Mr. J. M. Randall, of Boston, Where to stop along the East Coast will soon n scene gaiety,
parents. MaoDowell. \
the name day, for (Cocoa on a visit to L. P. Deem Is again a who Is spending the winter at Eau' Gallia Soo list of hotels on 7th page; maiiaKomiMit of Messrs. Bonus & -
-Miss Laura Houston of Eau Gallle 1I81! Lila !Sanders Miss Wood returnedto guest( of the Indian: River hotel tin Sho I Is quite a roomy and comfortable Mr.Maclowullof\ Magnolia
spent a couple of days In town the latter Tltusville, to pay a short visit to the lioudquarters\ of the Tltusvllle-Sanforc launch, is &!ft. Ion it; beam, (Oft. Sin; The Boston Home Journal Is a good hotel St ,Augiislliin In connected with
of last week. branch having boon changed back to Ttusvllle advertising medium for hetul' men. Hotel Indian Klvor; .also bill brother Mr.
part MiHses All no and Daisy Brady.Mr. has a 7-horso-powor alttn-vapor engine! ,
from! New !Smyrna.We and makes n speed of about 8i! miles per Hotel arrivals will be \ In I L. (;. MacDowoll.\ Mr Uoggn time utbcrlartlull'
C. D. Case who has been at published
-Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Budge, and two owns and\ manages tho Oxford,
for some time past, returned acknowledge receipt of an Invitation hour. She Is fitted throughout with the AI>VOOATB: at our imuul advertisingrates.
Pierce -
Fort daughters, Stella and Dorothy, of :\11- A Avon-hy-tho-Son. J. Mr. L. (I. drab
and brass and has
to town on Sunday. ami, arrived here on Sunday last to to attend a ball at Fort Pierce, mahogany mountings\ IneatlooklnlC Dowell has boon connected with the
cushioned .
seats.FreentMonry.
HOLIDAY SOUVENIRS, Palmetto Pin spend the holiday with Capt. and Mrs. lust night, given by the Fort Pierce Where to stop In Tltusvlllc See Tltusvllle Buckingham: same place, for

Pads, 15o. K. MARTIN, James Prltchard. Their many friendsare No. 87, F. A A. M.but; as It was our hotel and boarding hnuno<< pile\ \ oa ten '01'1'11. The managers are spending$20ON
always pleased to see them. lodge night: and election of officers we )
Bovine, Fla. our 7th page : on Improvement; are paintingthe

Sebastian and Vero items came too Among;( the students of Stetson Uni-! wore unable to attend Mont of the RaNt Coast hotel managorA homo Inside sod ant, redecoratingthe

late for this week's Issue. Items must versity, DeLand, who returned to their! -Mr. James F. Lane, 81cretaryandtreaeurer A communication ci Indian t Rlvof' are falling In lino with an nd on our 7th bed rooms, putting In new furnishings
reach this office not later than Wednes home on the Bast!: Coast wane Miss Daisy of the well-known jewelry fIrm Lodge No. 00, F. A A. M., was bold In but where Is ad? carpets, and have Installed entirely
Brady and Will McFarland\ Tltusvllle; of Greonleaf A Crosby Co., was a passen. their lodge room Tltusvllle, last night, page; your new plumbing throughout. The

day. II. McFarland and F. S. Miss Elsie Smith, Rookledge; Frank Fee, per on Wednesday's southbound train, when the following were elected and Installed Mr. Drayton D. Whltten, one of the !grounds surrounding the hotel have been
Messrs.W.
Fruit Protection Co. Melbourne; and Emile Anthony, Wes en route to Hotel Royal Pulnclana, Palm for the ensuing year! popular clerks of the Windsor hotel, has very much Improved through the efforts
Chaffae, of the the first n' the, Palm Bench.Mr. hunch, where he has opened a branch Go,. W. Mcoble", W. M. returned to Jacksonville from 1trip of experienced gardacrs. Several private
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were lu St. Augur ne jewelry store for the above firm. J. R. Walker, M. W. along i ho East Coast, as far south ns baths liaise l horn ,added With us

week. -! Chas. R. Scrjeantson, of Day- O. S. Schuyler, J. W. Miami. steam boat, elrctrlo lights, elevator and

-Mr. W. F. Babbitt, superintendent arrived here Tuesday, on board his fine -Mr. Indianapolis of the Brook ,J. M Dlxin, Treasurer orchcttrw. It \lv nld that the Indian!
of the F. E. C. Ry. News Bureau paused yacht Etta May. Mr. Serjeantson had Oil Co., Ind. ; and vice- F. A Morgan, Secretary.J. Tho Indian Itlvcr hotel Tlltmvlllo, wan River will bu one of the belt cijulppedhniiMOM

through: Tltusville, Sunday,. en route to on board a party of gentlemen; from president of the Leader Refining' Co.; A. Hughes! Chaplain ,nicely ducoiHtfil for tilt Clii'httiimn l lioll- .._..... .. .111.. tltla...... n.ddA..._.
Beach. Boston who are enjoying the fishing I Washington: Pa., was a pleasant callerat J. L. Cairuthers, H. D. nays, me dining room looking liKe a
Palm and hunting afforded them on Indian this IHco yesterday. He was accompanied W. M. Woodward J. 1>. fairy palace. A most elaborate C'hrlit. The Magnolia Springs hotel Magnolia

Messrs. M. S. Same of Courtenay; River. by his wife. Mr. and Mrs. White J. B. Screven. Senior Steward, milS dinner was served to the guests, Springs, Fla., under I the management of

and 'r. II. Sanders of Indlanola, came ley will\ spend the winter on the East C. II. Walton, Junior Steward. Chlct Cieik, O'Nealof the Duval hotel the popular And affable Mr. O. H. Sea.

up to town yesterday, to attend the the-Quite river were a number shopping of people here from on Satur-down i Coast, and left for Rocklodge yesterday ''I I!. E. Mlms, jr., Tyler.M. Jacksonville, was the recipient of severalhanlsOlle v1l1. manager: of the famous lintel, Cham-
Masonic meeting. afternoon. S. Same did tbo honors plain N. 1Rnd formerly manager of
ably no and useful presents from Ms.
laat.: Our streets were quite lively, and hotel I'onco lit Lonn St. Augustine. has
O. Williams of Jacksonville Miss Genevieve who Is I Marshal. admirers at C'hilstitini. Naturally he ,
-Mrs. F. the stores did a big business. The Eagle: Stlckney, opened Its doors for the used rush of
passed through here, Saturdaylast Clothing Store-whose large display ad. known by many kt Rockledga and Tltunvllle Is quite proud of them, especially of the tourUts. !Manager Hoavey has made COtl-

en route to Eden, to spend the holidays will be found on 4th page-did an immense In about to marry Capt.: (. C. HUNTING AND FISHING ON tine which Is so useful' to a bachelor slderabla Improvements In his fine hotel
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. trade on Saturday. Hall, of the British Army, In Cairo, .
Hotel Westmorolniid, Jacksonvtlla. this season. Among them he has put In
A. Kobinson.Mr. Egypt, where she Is residing with he THE EAST COAST.
decorated for Christmas and baths all outside and
-Miss. Florence Robinson of Eden, uncle and John was gaily twenty private ,
C.
J. E. M.. Hodgson, one of KauOallie's who has been attending Repine College, of Jacksonville guardian; Judge She Is Mrs A. J. Walker, the proprietress, did has taken out old, and put In now, up- ,

prominent merchants was in Winter Park stopped over here with and Long talented and a bright wish: Vloyd Quarterman. succeeded In trapping not even forget the little onus. for ale to-date plumbing throughout the hotel
while Sunday last. He young lady, we had line Christum tree-loiulnd I with New InoandoNoont lighting has boon added < town a short on Mrs. James Goldsmith, from Friday until her happiness advance. Rock- n fine bear this week, says our Armenia a
came up to meet some friends who were Saturday last, on her way to the home ledge every and St. Augustine will miss her correspondent I'rellont.-for thorn. The Christmas/ 'din throughout the hotel, refrigerator
coming from the north. of bar parents ai. Eden. She will return thla ner-to which about HO sat down-did plant; .a new swimming pool Is connected
to college after the holidays. winter. Messrs. Jno. K. and Jos. B. Shields, groat credit to Mrs. Walker and her chef, with the hotel, also Turkish and med
-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hall, of Sebas- -Mr. H. M. Flagler, accompanied by of Tate Springs, Tenn., aud New York, and many were the favorable comments icated. baths Tito !golf course has also
tian, are here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.E. -Mr. and Mrs. B./ L. Coutant and I J. R. Parrott and other officials of the on Saturday last, hired Captain C. F.Fischer' \passed upon It by the guests. been Improved. The bottling plant has

W. Hall having arrived Monday non,'alHo Miss Ethel Coutant left here, Kant Coast Railway and a party of yacht, and went on a duck boon thoroughly overhauled and addedto
Miss Sallie flail. who has been visiting last Friday, to spend Christmas with the Friends went down the Mayport division hunt. They returned Tltusvllle! with The College Arms hotel, whose advt. and Mr. Huavey Is going: to make

them, returned horns also. parents of the latter at Oak Hill. Mr.\ on ._.. ... 'n h work several duck-----. will be found on our 4th page of this feature of the water, which Is meeting
F* *
Coutant and Mills Ethel returned to TI- progress; | : Flagler; Issue Is ably managed by that genial andpopular
counte- In Mr. left the with success ar aflAt Magnolia
-Capt. Jas. B. Clow's genial: I now :Mr. Herman Naethlng, of New York, bonlfaco Mr. C. W. HI piny. This great
tusville Wednesday! but Mrs. Cou : ,
on he will hotel Leone of the best posted water
south- for
night
Macon
same where
nance was observed on Saturday's ; who had been on a two weeks hunting (Hue hotel Is well and. favorably known a*
from cant and son will return tomorrow Christmas with friends return. men In the country, and an expert bot
bound train. He was en route spend and fishing cruise with. I'rof. John M. i being one of the most comfortable hotels
Chicago to Palm Beach where be usually -Miss Annie Paddison, who has been Inlt to Florida some time next week. Mr. I."dln. on board the use-boat Rose In Florida. The College Arms is sltuatm] tler. Manager Hunvey Is a (hotel man of

manages to spend the winter. spending several mouths with. her par- Flakier. usually spends his Christmas Marie, left for home on Friday lash, havng on a hill, from which can be obtained a considerable eiperlence, and. anyone

Mr. and Mrs. M. 8. Jones returned ents Capt. and Mrs. R. P. Paddison. at holidays with his Macon friends hud some excellent sport Ills brother beautiful. view of lJe Land and nirroiind- who stays at his hotel. may rest assuredof the
for
Point Caswell.\ : C., returned here, Friday bin Chas F. Na thing and partyof should fall receiving a warm welcome
home from Ht. Lucle Monday, where -Frank Roys of Florence, Mich., whole lag country. Tourists not to ADVOCATE: has been told that Lit make. r
they had been visiting: friends. Mrs. last, accompanied by little George visiting Senator Dlmlck at Palm friends, will\ be In Tltusvllle In about pay a visit to the Collage: Arms hotel everybody feel as If they were In a "home

Jones was quite 111 at the above place, Robbing, who has also been staying with Beach, has about made up his mind to a week or two.Klesimmee l> Land, where they will be more than from homo." MngnollaSgrlngs hotel ad.
recovered on her arrival his grandparents at Point Caswell. locate here and put In his time developing Gazette that while pleased. 4th
and had not fully says will bj found In thl* Issue on our
friends __ ... .__.
Miss I'atidliion many are pleased the rich muck lands of north Dade OL u
here. In hunting on me ni. Joho s River inn The Ocean house, New Smyrna, under paiio. k
to see her town again. Mr. Roys has bad many years experience week Messrs. L. P. E. B. of Senator F. I
the popular management hotels and boardinghouses
of the Dally and bodies / The following
-Mr. II. O. Davis, and understands the
thoroughly
IlL -Sells A Gray's United Shows gavean Griffin came across the of two W. Hams, Is DOW open for winter season, alouff tile East Coast are now
Bloomington ,
Weekly Pantagraph of Titus- afternoon performance In Tltusvllle drainage: of land. He, In company with large bucks which had fought to a death as will be seen by the ad oa our 4th page and ailvortl.-vnl In the ADVOCATB, I
has chartered the yacht Flora last which well Senator Dlmlck spent a day last weekIn and lay with their horns tightly open I
by his on Friday was attended IInl..h. of this Issue. Tills hotel Is well knownto on 7th and 4th pager;
ville. Mr. Davis I I. accompanied but tile neighborhood 'of Senator's muck locked together. Each bad pronged the ,
townspeople great fishermen who
fran not only by oar hunters and say they Jacksonville James.
wife and boy and they will cruise Miami.as many down-river residents. All the and west of Juno and was surprised to other In the middle of the forehead. One have an !good sport at New Smyrna as at Windsor.

Palm Beach-and probably morning-after the show arrived oa a find such land and so little Improvement was stone dead and had been attackedby place on the End Coaat. SenatorSame .. Duval.' I
)(1'. Davis Is a relative of Mr. Adlal E. .. ID made upon It. The Senator ha buzzards and the other still showed any
special train-Washington avenue Is a born hunter, and what be does United States hotel. I
Stevenson. We acknowledge a pleasant the neighborhood! of the show, present over HOO acres In the Juno section and faint signs of life. The surface of the not know about hunting Is hardly, worth .> Grand View

rail. ed an animated appearance and the small Mr. Roy. says he can convert It Into a prairie for an area of a quarter of anacre knowing. Remember New Smyrna when PluoUle.

-Writing us from Magnolia Springs, boy and girl: were out In countless numl veritable paradise by proper draining.! around them was torn telling of you are coming south or going/ north Wentmoreland.

yesterday, an ADVOCATE: correspondent hers l peeping under the canvas side They Intend to plant mint root on many the intensity of their mortal struggle over the Florida East Coast Railway.. Oxford.
ays: "We bad a genuine Santa Claus and watching with saucer-like eyes all acres of this land and engage extensively The horns, till locked, may be seeD at 1m Glenwood.bt. .
here to-day. II* distributed gifts to all that was going on. The performance I In the manufacture of peppermint oil. I Mr Hughey's house In town. The Daytona Gazette strikes the nailon AUlulltJae-Ml&Jnolia.

the children In the vicinity, and to every commenced about 320 and U was good; which now brings a good price. We the head when It said: The recent .. Florida house.St. I

employee In and about the place. It was From beginning to .nd. ID the evening hope that these gentlemen will be suoewtful GOOD INVESTMENT!: properties In addition to Hotel Colonnades: Seabreeze.and: George. .

a great: day. Hon. W. B. Plunkett and they packed tip, boarded their special In their undertaking as It means the Indian River country. Real bar make one of the hostelries bent appointed the East Algonquin. w
thousands of of waste land most attractive on
wife of Adams at the Magnolia themselves off to West Palm bat acres "
are
list,
and bled I gains. Send for special Plaan.: <
hotel Mr. Jas. P. ..
will be converted Into Cotut. As a manager
Springs hotel. Ills mills manufacturethe where the show a performance flourishing gardens Melbourne Fla.
I BeAcb, gave Lake Worth News. : .at B. P. BRANCH, Vlnlng has no superior. Since he assumed Magnolia Springs-Magnolia. Springs
were -
such as
finest of cotton goods next day, en route to Key West. J10MI.Palatka .
------------ of the Colonnades It
management
formerly Imported and Is the largest and clothes cle... -Graham.Seabreeze ;
CALL get: your dyed, has to be Immensely popular and
Plant of Its kind la the world. In one float For Charter. grown Colonnades. ,h.t
loom.. Yacht for Sale. ed, pressed or altered, at the Indication Is, notwithstanding/ the :
2,403
mill there are .
on one floor ROBERT WILLIAMS' Clarendon Inn.DeLand
There strike in his mills. Furnished house-boat. Cruiser. Address largely Increased facilities for accommodating
never warn a Schooner-rigged yacht, not four years Next to tent factory. guests they will again turn away -College Arm t
Ue recreation and Is 3. E. STEAMS owner '
Is and : house.
here for rest New Smyrna-Ocean "
Length. 40ft. beam, an people ae they entertain. The
old. a bargain. ; many
know P1a.
Rockledge hotel.
and
a
may Indian River
golf enthusiast
you Tltusvlllo-
; .cabin IBft. Mattresses For Sale Charter. of the Colonnades Is attributable
what that to his opponent when I lift; draft, JJft; or popularity Mlms Boarding home.Merritt '
means small to Mrs. VIn-
closet brass fittings, ete.Eyerythlng Iu DO degree
tell feet five Inches ID"eight. water Young Grove*-Orange Lands. Nevlns' River View hotel.RockledgePlaza .
he 1. six -
you Mrs. Marsh are here la order and ready for cruisog. Comfortabl. cruising! yawl 30ft by 11 lags presence and Interest In everything hotel.

for the.season.Dr. and Geo. Carnegie (nephew Address, o. V. KOOMM, Do yon want either la safest part of feet. A 1 condition head room In cabin, more especially the social features New nockledll'e.

et Andrew Carnegie! ) has been here enjoying 1m Box 19, ,Jacksonville Fla East Coast; WriteC. two double banks. Address, of the house. Hotel Indian River

golf, and will come again oed T. VcCABTY, Waveland Fla. The St. James hotel Jacksonville U Fxleo-The

month fer a longer stay. Th. outlook For Sale .Ankona, Fla. I I now receiving a fair share of tourists West Palm Bosch-The Sees nol..

for the winter Is most encouraging, and Clyde Steamship. Line.Tickets : who much appreciate the many great The Palms. i

Way ahead of any previous season.'OR A small houseboat with outfit, vow. Empty Sugar and ICIce JlarrelJ. Improvement made at this fine hostelry, Miami-Palm Cottage.
boat, etc., la good condition.BZABCItx and reservations via the Clyde : which were previously referred to la -
SMOOTH CAYEOnS PINEAPple :H aU.. Tttuavllie. Fta. For tale. Address, Steamship Line can be secured of Cbas.L these column Manager Campbell gavea Hoarding house For: Sale.
plants cheap write to WALTCH A. Moons, Walton, at the ADVOCATB office Tl- Christmas dinner "4, for ye gods" to -

J. D. BALL St. Petersburg. Zia. For Sale. 8 George St., Charleston, S. C. usville. a large: number of guests and friends on A flrst- laM boarding/ hoWl for sale.

Mauve Christmas evening and It was highly Apply to C. Bouknlght, Tltusvllle, Via.
For Sale. pedal commended. Tourists will hardly know -
finished Seed For Sale. Something Cheap.
aloe room hones, nicely !: BIO DRUG 8TORK." Hefflf
A the once of the St. James hotel this season THE
Abbekka Fine- and In good condition, located near the for- and pineapple It looks so new neat and cony. The Pharmacy Bay and Ocean streets Jack-
Smooth Caysnn..ndand of Palm and Refugee or 1000-to-l bean seed, 1900 Fine location groves ..C-
the comer the
noose, oa Fla. Do not forget
nile
follows J.
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and eoort Is
Insects stall of the St. James as ,
planta. Free from t $4 bushel I. o. b Lotus. plantations. Address,
apple oa premleee or to crop. & .per old and rellabte
Palmetto SU. Arthur Wood dress: Geo. Hughes'
Add_ Applyo DODIIOIC.3m Bas crates* eU. each.CHAA. C. T. MCCABTT. K. Campbell manager;
"Lakeside Fineries" J TltosvUle_, Fla I_ D. Faovoer Lotus. Ha. I Aakooa, Pia. chief clerk; U. D. E. Smith, cashier; drag bualoeaB.a .

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.i I i, I rTHE. O.0OOO.OO.0Oe.0.0.0.0.0 THE ROSY NEW YEAR. HOLIDAY IN SWEDEN. :aaOer3.onLa.ca.SLJSenuIne: : ::) Or.ior: Seed l.

1I 1\\ : : f IN NEW AMSTERDAM I ito !foa" little blow
> I I IJ With the sparkle" In your evrat CHRISTMAS THE GREATEST Of ALL
Will you wwaihe your arms around u v imported Tennerlffe stock(no cheap California eed). Best of teB.
J 'I'i '" Will you kiss away our atana. ITS FESTIVALS. White and Red 20o
; monlals from large planters. per ounce, f3 per lb
i You roar llttlr fellow.With ,
I AT 2 NEW YEAR'S WITH 2O 1st. Onion Sets Bermuda ready
; ready October DOW
I'' DY ( USINE 'Tiff: : DUTCH the sparkle in your oreaf postpaid White
S Srl BBTTUEBS.: oO T* Old Time Norsemen. Wen Heavy and Red Wo quart postpaid $''.76 per bnibel. Also Whit Potato Yellow,
/. I It *O*O*O.O*O*O*O*O*O0*O*O*'0" Ho. you tittle frllow.Like feeder. DeuisTerB of VlaMlmar a Egyptian/ ; Top /Mlverskln and Red, send tor price. Florida Rye $:a.40 perbushel.
t a suntosm from the sblMl Georgia Rye $1.60 per bushel. Florida 80 day Oats, OOcts
''I I, I, our Dutch ancestors de- Will you art the tolls to ringing! Neighbor-Cblldreo Mak. MerryAroBBsl bushel. Texas Rust Proof Oat, COcts per bushel. per

ArEN from the Half Moon In the 'I.r.... I Send for price list of all kinds of seeds.
[ harbor of Manhattan. It ROM time Immemorial Christ

I the year 1014. And theyrou.lit mar has been the greatest of L. CAMERON. Seedsman,

I I ; with them from their native ,_ holidays in Sweden. In heathen 126 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE: FLA
Holland nothing of that spirit of religious -
i! Intolerance which distinguished times the midwinter fen-

: : the New England Puritans tJvl1lJOt celebrated In honor of tbe
I who
came
'j r I six years later, says the UtJca Observ sun, which had retreated more and

er. In tact, they were denounced by more since midsummer and now after Lumber Bulilg i Material

I" their Yankee neighbors as .a "godleHH the winter solstice began to return.

i II ':'! -- ___- I crew" but It Is now plain that they causing darkness to be defeated by

: loved their homes and families they light, says the Chicago Record. There
; : NEW YEAR'S CUSTOMS\ forgave their enemies and they fanned was then great feasting In the chief. Largest stock carried by any retail yard ID the State. I have everything I 1
to flame the spark of national honor tains' used In House Building Incluc'ln! Nails Locks and other builders' haid-
I I'I; which they possessed. banqueting halls where the ware. Paints Oils etc" Write for estimate.
I I GIFT MAKING HAS ALWAYS BEEN All When Peter bards sung songs In honor of fallen heroes

pl '.1. I FEATURE OF THE DAY. Amsterdam as Stuy governor vesant came In 1047.to New be! I and where eating and drinking: G-E: ::<:; :::Rce: : : :: :JF;.I. :FA..X>X>aszar.

was quickly dubbed "Old played an Important part. Touching EAU GALLIE .
M'' ,I I flllverleg"because .,,_ ___. _. L __ ,. .._ ,. FLORIDA.
ll TAeaOld Donrlyon Klnai Expected to he. was,, a veteran who had lut? ""'AU UA luc gvfu A'ltry'M way luc .
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l; II Than ".,,'.nl.1I Their. Tresmurlen. given a. leg to the cause of his country warriors made vows about the valorous -----

};: The W...all Bowl In EnJrI.ncl-old) and replaced It with a substantial deeds they would perform next H. A. HODGES.

I I ....... wooden one bound with silver. Though summer when the Ice which now held ...

I ''l 'J Governor Stuyvesant was a harsh and their dragon ships fettered near the Manufacture; of
"', r-1EW YEAR'S DAY. the daygiving. ,.PI1..1. mnn ..II "nn .._._ n__,._ 6L_ L_ j shore would be melted
; by the sun. The and Yellow
when the sun's light ..Cypress Pine Lumber.
j. ucgon to I was a good ;ruler, but In 100-1 one day I excessive eating and drinking at the ..
; ....Ij. Increase again and flO promise when a British fleet W; I winter festival ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box
!' the return of plenty has aiween anoeared off the I continued also during Heads Fruit and Vegetable <:rates,
coast of New Amsterdam and demand. the middle ages when Christmas bad Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples
or
rI..I i Will oranges/ or building i In
'I a day of joy and presentAmong you xlve us songs tor sighs,
: all ed Its surrender "Old Sllverleg" was You rosy little fellow, taken on a new significance. auy part of Florida would do well.. to write for prices. The saw mills are located
peoples the priests forced to yield. his people refusing to With. th. sparkle In your' ersefBo Many peculiar Christmas customs at Buffalo Bluff near }>Palatka on the J.. T. K. W. Ky. Lumber delivered to
of any
old
I'I: Teutons got tile lion's share The ,old fight. So the British took possession of little 'prevailed until about the middle of thisVTTlW4y' part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
gave the spoils of war and of you li-llow.
the Island of Manhattan and christen Near __ _
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your tllinplra sorrow" din c---------
''J the cba<;. Roman ; n -- -- ----- _
knights yielded their r "--------h
ed It New York the same being the The dark,... melts' In music .
Ill// I most beautiful slaves The Christian from which Is batched that Greater egg And the glory's In the sklost 1 ESTABLISHED' 1880.
: era somewhat modified You hula
I the custom but rosy tribe
i till it was n day of robbery by priests New York which today stands forth With the sparkle In your eyealAtlanta
t the second city In the world. Conitltutln. :Bond Lumber
and COm
I 1'1: monarchs, and New Year's day nut what did our Dutch ancestors do =* *yT J v ,
rather than
Christmas
was the day for A
Scottishetr
i to dlHtlngulsb, themselves SVell, they Year Cu.lom.
J I the exchange of gifts. The old Hour- In the mart Manufacturers of and
kept Christmas and New Year lrllUllI'e'I'ot11/: town Dealers In ,
day.
bon kings looked to' It to have their poor chll both go
of which fantastically
,J I treasuries replenished .then. and woe to were frowned upon by dressed LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING
the Massachusetts Puritans. On New I stopping at the differenttblngN SIDING CEILING

: ,: the baron who did not give cenerouslv.- -.u..:. _._...I..... ,..n un., &"u\u:L "urju_ r hou/tooll to-- (-'nil nn .rnr_. _....._. _.. ..u"0 ...vv,.,, ,,,I" ,

would start forth from hIs own door mudi for the coming: day. A cu- Mouldings, Turning/ and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
and visit his neighbors collecting all rlouH old rhyme which they sU>g on tr and Vegetable: Crates. "Wo solicit reapondence.
fV 1 1 the due this occa lon follows: i
money him from the solvent Saw, Planing and Shingle Mlllx at Bonds SI 111*, on J., T.,& K. W. R'y. Yards ot
i ia debtors and forgiving the Insolventones Gt up good "'It.. DeLand aud Tltusvllle.
and. having drunk numberless And shake your 'Pith....
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And dim,, think
I thaiWe
; mugs/ of punch with the solvent and arc benKan,

i I Insolvent alike be returned to his borne For we are batrria HANNE BROS.
a better man. more forgiving In spirit Come out to plays ...

and (whisper this, !) more religious: Opt floHlllMlmVThere up ."d frit's, our 1240-1SM8 West Adams' 'ret't. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
minded than his Puritan neighbor
who

ti '\ .- year.Why bad spent every the other day weekday precisely In as the hespends duce died Weir In out Scotland ninny other which picturesqueCUMtoinx have long Liquor and Wine Merchants


EI have we forgotten the example .
The Bells. __ ._ __ _
of our Dutch ancestors We I'a '" T.__ "' -' h'
all keep what anal I the new. tt>ar oats to mar -- -" ""r. AU" U w &rnu. """UIIClteQ.-
the Fourth of July sacred to The .ha 1uw .J
liberty. < or the sun,
I e 14 W all keep Thanksgiving! day out of I A hope a beam A MERRY ama Wholesale Distributes of Lemps'' St. Louis Beers.
1 a respect) to the pilgrim fathers perhaps Low's A annanlne glum century especially among the rural In
\ \ but lonlInl.rrupt"" dream. habitants. A few of them have been
more out of gratitude
to the Giver Or dark for d.Ul\'hl done*
of all good things.! We all keep Christmas retained to this date although the ad OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.

4 eF out of love of him whose birth It What A allenre doe th.or a New sons. ;Tear. bide for you' vance of civilization has almost exterminated ,jyCall: or send for Prices.
cofmnemoratea. superstition and ban refined
Why don't we keep A itch a note '
F IT WAS A TIMK Ur ..IhUKYMAKINU.A New Yenr's Are we recreant sons of !From joy{ bird' throat manners. Besides the customs still retained i --- ---- ,

twentieth of one's Income was our Dutch ancestors who flrat Or atlllneaa lying long the Swede bad formerly muchto -
settled =:: :ee :
thought to be the proper" amount to New Amsterdam 1BELGIAN That ma* the New Tear hold lor wf keep In mind at Christmas. Nothing ... .. MA.so. az Co.

i give to king/ church and friend. All light and shade are tb.... that necessitated a rotary motion .
In fact no country In the times past Both diem. chill should be done on Christmas day. Any Importeis and Wholesale Dealers_

I made more merry on New Year's day NEW YEAR'S. And singing. still body who visited a neighbor on that

than merry old England.: It was thus Will Old flea lore eack that heart ever Ita bath sharelPo It*,will day ran the risk of getting boiled water Linnors and fiitfars.Dlntllled

time of the wosHall bowl the old Saxon Hew the Children H.l.. Money Per .t Wbeela. thrown 'In his face. On Christmas eve !!
Celet>retlnir. p-n-- ... .,,, .. .... ..___ .__ __ .
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wee ball" (do well)) being: the drinking w.. ---- I -.... .. _.nnd QUO ha V I..U.U u.. ..., ..uv.' ..uru.6' .. .I A. -UJcrn.Cl.al.o
pteuge iKTf were uiucii cuing, deep One!' amusing custom Is found In Bel Tke Greater Gifts. children to play In and for the members -

drinking, and pranks. and !games peculiar glum. There on St. Sylvester's day, j':; Mrs .... New Year the Light ,'j 4: of the family to sleep on during : : P-u.ro: :l.yo.=
M to the day. Many of these were not the!' eve of :New< Year's day. the chil Along >he lonely way "*.. I the night. by Ferndale
dren .m. Star to make the Distilling Co., Second District of
strive to night Kentucky aged In
secure ;
overnlce. a "sugar uncle"or
H "I.nuib'n wool" was the : { Christmas day Is still the greatestholiday
Hold heated and
kinship with the dayl warehouse absolute and
from
fret
drink of the day and It wns made of "sugar aunt. as the relative who Over. the stern. uf life In Sweden. The Swedes of to- pure| all adulteration. These goodsare
ale nutmeg powdered bay leaves. falls a victim to their wiles Is technically Arch thou the rainbow nIl day are more temperate than those of pronounced by all connoisseurs to be without an equal and are regarded by the

C roasted crabs and toast and a queer termed says the :New< York Her Ol.e U'. New Year, the I I olden times but no miner In so mean medical faculty an superior to all others for the use of Invalids.

mixture It would nevnu No one slept ald. On that day all the children of To bl... a world In need era that he does not prepare well for FER DALE RYE: is put up in plain> cases containing no marks whatever FOUR

on New Year's eve It was a time of the household, enter Into a solemn conspiracy To aland before QoJ's face, Christmas and no home Is so poor that fol.lowing

i "most ungodly'wantonness., ." so the for the mutual good at the!' expanse To Pure.....Ih.with I the the soule dream that and d..1.) I It Is not then better provided than :
of
the mourn.
later Puritans said. Hut at the time unwary adult whom they To bind, the. wounds that bleed.! usual with the essentials of good liv Ferndale A, 7 )'el\rll old, $3.20. Ferndale, A A, 8jy old
be who did not get very drunk for four may entangle In the!' meshes of their Bo shall ing. Especially In the rural home the Perndale A A A, 10 years ,,1.1. $4.20.. Money refunded Is years 370.
thy
intrigues ""minIbe not entirely satisfied.HARRY .
days together was deemed "n housewife Is for
most days
Ii uuglt Bleat u/ each tot and clod many busily engaged
>enonip churl." It was the custom to They employ every artifice to get one 'The aped sjiall, flnwerinaly' ; preparations for the great MASON sc oo.
of the
form processions and boar thi.' wassail! older members of the household Brighten the dews sod holiday. Brt:{,lid of different kinds must Agents
under lock and key. And the wand roll State 301-:8O7-J00-:|ll West Bay Street Mason
bowl about an long UN any one was sober Early on that day nearer heaven be baked. Christmas beer brewed, the Block.
the keys of all the doors In the house Under the amfle. nf, t.od! JACKSONVILLE, _
enough, to curry It, compelling/ to Atlanta Conatllutlon. Christmas pig,; killed and sausage made FLORIDA
drink. Pretty maidens might escape have mysteriously! disappeared.! They the dried llngdsh must be soaked In -- -
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by paying the forfeit of a kill!!. Who have been secreted by the children The Chrlntmnaj Rntiblt. I IJe and everything must be scrubbed -

t would not have pr<*achi>d abstinence to who retain them ready for Instant use The colon! lao.', will llnds a bore In and cleaue On Christmas eve!' as FOR $ 3.2O.

the fair In those merry dnys 'Twas whenever the occasion sllall occur. his traps on Christmas day expect much animal food Is cooked as the .. .

Bacchus or Venus for days. II ere'. Then strictest watch Is maintained to confidently to In- 'm-ley: dining the com- house can afford and In certain homos Sent to us by Express, powtofflce order

f how a contemporary bard sings the at,..' ('ud tllnt'__m_ _Anll.___._' nn..m._____....".I....,..... .uu"._"," Ilia .v..nr.' ----- "-1'1"n,, 1.n., 't. .Ioloul.... .VV r..,.., "v,, _".,..--u.... _A ....h...... nl.. "- "."-"md '.. .. ._'_u ,' .L' _,,_ D.on'U" .;r.. ..... ,Uf,_ .11'"A.__._.._......_". ,'.II n ..Uo'" {_.!n tJl'AIU_! _or, New__, York Exchange- we will;
... .
'U..v--, may be alor.e In a room. An undo enters rabbit Is second 1:1'IIIt1e: at a C'hnrui 'e--i; Is eaten In the kitchen, and every.body -

No sounds but sound of jov{ salute, the year. a room to search for the paper only to that of one' 1,11I..1! l In a graveyard dips his bread in the hot broth In I FOUR FULL QUARTS
The blushing maid. are binding up their hair which be haw mislaid. Prestol There In the dark/ rf flu inoim. I I
After the romp; the laugh the hearty klaai adorn comes a 'pattering rush of feet In the [continued on seventh page.] Of the Celebrated -SflvAnV".f\M. .
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I I Their. lips. and the Hawaii. bowl I. born. hallway the door Is slammed the key ---- -= -
In villaire. vruttirt std town to make -
The food man feel, the New Year. wull mite rattle In the lock. The alarmed uncle Calhoun Pure
springs to the door.hurry .THE COOPER & McKEE REFRIGERATORS. Rye'Whiskey
At the
j me uiniuens midnight were stroke KIKNPII: of 12 the bell all \\0.- --. -h"tll.,. ....'. .101m..... n-_.. .IS. ."n.v I u.._.. ..._. ._ .
times all and If he be We "hip In PLAIN<
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PACKAGES
ungenerous, for he no marks to
the mugs; were Illlcd,, and those who ment. When you pet It and, teat It, If It la nor indicate contents (which will avoid! alt com
; could stand (so tttittes a precise'writer. must yield to the terms of these!' youth The only flrst-rlasa Ice your SJ.20 will be cheerfully refunded. Thin Whiskey antlafactnry I. return. It at OUR EXPENSE and
ful brigands before he we are cloR at band and can give an""fond 1.us any $S 00 goods| In the market.
can lie |
drank a good health and a happy New escape a .been dolnir hnNln .. In thin city and you at the QUICK ER DJoIVEltY than distant; houses. We have
Year to each other. They Joined hands muse, solemnly covenant with them chests and refrigerators on PONSIBILITY AM RKI'U'IAIION for honest same UxallnK.stand for, over 111 YEARS, and as to our RES.
refer
and danced around the wassail bowl that be!' will pay to them whatsoever the editor of this paper. we you to any merchant here or to

and sang, the songs of the times. Here ransom they may demand ere!' the prison the market, with all the ( SOLOMON &: LEVI

Is a specimen: door will swing! open.Vhen the!' 6aIIhP'6; JOL'S &: 191)0 First Avenue
prisoner has promised all that Is asked latest improvements. P. O. Box: No. 33. ,
Wassail, ....
.n. over the town) thi BIRMINOnAM. ALA.
Our toast Is whit., "triumphant company restore blm to ) .//li'1Prr !''ndll
no.,._., .-..-.-.._. ,... ._...u...._ u._our. ..L.,.ale. _no.pllD_Is_.brown._ .On...... llhortv. PANY NOTICE," -We pay Express Tharirpstn all points. reached by SOtTTHEHN COM
Bacchual" Pacchual We drink to the. CHARCOAL SHEATHING Southern but Kxnresw to points company on line transfers of other Express Companies, we prepay only to EXFRE8SL points where
o*oo*oo*ooooooooo to said other Express Company.
CHoaca. M. .
Love and Joy{ eome to you O New W..!.. Din.... '" LINES r"I pr
And to our merry ..._n. too J Oyst.r Soup. o o s I I OS: ..S. EL-crIMI, :: : : & OO-
And may one potty! maid be true *. BolM Codflah. Egg Bauc*. GALVANIZED IKONSHELVES ..
Through all the coming year. O EsraJopsd Oyat.... o o BIT *: Biirw. n.,. 8t., JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
The modern loving cup Is said to be a Tom...... and Cucumber Pi.kle.. AND' '
reflex of the :'<1I'W'ear' wassail bowL 2 Rout- Turkey ChsatDuc 8tu01n 0. I Sul
Cranberry 8aur *
All the poetry of the so called good .> Eacarot Salad. Pumpkin Pie INSIDE LINEINO.
old time was not as bad as the above O Ice Cream *0 v
however. 'Sweet Hobert llerrlck American Ch_ DOUBLE DOORS ON a ;;
lived
In Calo..... rrulk CaB, O I
that
boisterous time ana no bard TOP. LOCK
ON LOVVEIl
quite equals him In catching the true * * * .+

pastoral spirit of those reckless days Make at* Astraae. DOORS. -_
neither has any poet portrayed the If 17 I I t
as the old year ends and the new -
Images and conceits of merry England 'begins .
there la
one person who feels e(
as she was two centuries ago with so that no advance has been made either WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST dIT i bt

sweet a truth. Though he did sing' something Is wrong' with that person or. -We also carry a complete line of tbe-
wantonly of the wassail kiss, be was the shadow have not yet risen. high

musical withaL enough above tits path to permit even (3l)11tte(1; 0do..le< !''OoI RcfI.i e1.r>Lto"< !' (.
Herrick has sung' many of the customs an Indistinct glimpse!' of the goal, toward I V ,
of tbe time. One little stanza we '
which
be la
movLD .
surely -A.
find among his melodious numbers fitly IT. Bradford.: D. D. Write us for prices on anything In our line.

concludes our sketch and who la there .

that cannot-say. "amen" to It on NewYear's For tfce .I.r...... .!I /- F_ CL.A.R.:

day: tie ehllltm, ....sa no' civil, rlchts -
O Da whit folks (ottar make lain"" FURNITURE CARPETS 'MATTING
sweet Christ child who from thy stall ao/ae and HOUSE FURNISHINGS
Case some ob ua en Christmas nights Four Full
Brine's In blood Quarts
thy a balm that shall ,
., .. Delivered for .J.20.
IJe the best New fear's gift te tlL Olta. ,1. lohjrot by Santa ClawWsangtoa &
i 1Rar.V JA olasonv111a: :I;-:11L.: ,
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1'(q Professional Cards. SORES A.NDULCERS. CHRISTMAS IN BOSNIA. JOHNSON LAW COMPANY I

Queer Ynletldr rn.tnm. of the BluctlMoanlalii
r F: M. BOBBINS,
;} GEO. I'rnmmntm. EDISON LALANDE.SAMThON.

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Lest any should' suppose i that the : NO ,

AT-LAW. Sores and Ulcers.. never become chronic peasants of Bosnia and Montenegroand and DRY BATTERIES!: .,

unless the blood is iu poor condition-is especially those of the "Black FOR GAS ENGINE!: IGNITION. Ilders.
Will practice In State and United States sluggish, weak and unable to throw oil mountains" proper do not earn their flail

Court. the poisons that accumulate it. The Christmas feast it should be known z la r G sI

Office at TITUSVII.LK FLA. system must be relieved of the unhealthy that for six weeks before the auulver. I .
matter through the sore, and great dangerto III -'a.ww r ,tw' .r
y' s life would follow should it heal before sary of the nativity tilt people do not

D.L.. GAULDEN the blood has been made pure and healthyand put meat of nny kind Into their mouths.
all impurities eliminated from the sys says the Chicago Tribune. IVrhnp t
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW tem. SSS.begins the cure by first cleans nowhere else In the world ran bo fount

In all the Courts of the State ing and invigorating the blood, building; so curlom an Intermingling of Cbrlstlan PromplT Fillc t1
Ol Florida, and the United State Courts. up the general health and removing from and pagan rites at Yuletlde. Thpeasants "
1. Box 2JlI. TITUS VlLLlC, FLA. the
U system A CONSTANT DRAIN even mingle relics of ancestor ,

Money to Loan. 18 rfete'SSft. UPON THE SYSTEM "ol'shlp'with their observance of -
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When this has been accomplished the discharge Christ's birthday. One of their pray '.

M.GOLD MITIl. gradually ceases, and the sore or t ces at this season dates from a time t O. L. IvKICJNTE
ulcer heals. It is the tendency of these old when Iron was unknown by their for A ,

ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, indolent sores to grow worse and worse. I bears.
and eventually to destroy the bones. Local The night before this eastern people
while and to Dress Goods Notions
applications soothing some Trimmings Millinery
TITUSVILLE, .- FLORIDA. : begin their six weeks' fast prior to
extent alleviate pain cannot reach the/\eat ,
of the trouble. S. S.S.does, and no matter Christmas day all the meat dishes In Full line of Electrical Supplies.

Tj* J. WEBB, how apparently hopeless your condition, every house In the land are put upon JOHNSON LAW CO. Laces, Gloves, Umbl'l111I1S.tllI j' even though your constitution has broken the tabll's."bt'11 supper Is ready
down it will bring relief when nothing each member of the family takes a bit 33: A 51 W. Forsyth St. Jacksonville, Kla.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
rise! can. It supplies the rich, pure blood of each kind of food and proceeds withIt -- -- Prompt attention given to nuiil orders
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th necessary to heal the sore and nourish to the roof of the house, where It I II

Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents the debilitated, di-eased body.Mr. placed as a potent charm against! This: Is one of the oldest and most reliable halves In Jacksonville All the latest
and rents and accounts collected. I.. B Talbert,Lock Box a4SWinnna, Mil.
My*I Six years sgotoyleg from the knret< witches and uncanny spirits. This custom Orange Trees.
TITusVILLE, FKOBIDA. the font was one solid sore. Several phy.iciaii Is traceable directly to a practlr Patterns and Stylo.
treated me and I made two trips to Hot spring,
, but found no relief. I...induced to try S.S.8, of extremely ancient times, when food 101 West of
Street Laura
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Bay
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\ and it made X have been ,
PENNEY complete cure. a per.feetly wns placed on the house tops as an offcrlng
A.D. well maD ever since
is the only purely vegetable to certain household spirits.At .
When you take Into consideration\ the
ATTO RNE Y-AT-L A W, blood purifierknowncontains Die supper all the meat In the time and In bringing trees GEORGE MARX. JOHN JMAUX.
SSS no house Is(eaten and i If this proves to be a money spent

TTTOSVILLR FLORIDA.. poisonous minerals to physical Impossibility at one sitting the into fruiting, it looks foolish to plant any 1VI. BJRC>S.
: ruin the digestion and members of the household must need but the beet; doesn't It? .. ,
Will practice in all the -ourts of the 7th. add to, rather than relieve your suffet
rise In the middle of the night and fin.
We the kind want-since Wholesale Dnalnis! In
;
glow you
Judicial Circuit. ings. If your flesh does not heal readily; .
when scratched bruised! or cut, your bloodis Ish the repast. After the meat has disappeared 18't2: we have niiiilo a specialty of ttnrtlyffinili

in bud condition and any ordinary sore each partaker must rinse lllh! /! "',It'k. Our cntnlngne gives GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE.,,
A. MORGAN, is apt to become chronic. thoroughly his mouth lent a bit of meat --- -
, FREDERICK full loKcilptloim and prices of nil the -- --
Send for our free book and waste our adhere to the teeth. The next day none )
physician about your case. We make no eats anything. If the test be bro. prominent kinds Wllte for one-It's free 1.11: and lii: : Ktmt: hey Hlr..-.>t Mini fl and 14NewaauStreet.. .
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
chare! for thi net-vice.' ken the culprit certainly will be shot JACKSONVILLE, KLA.
Notary Public. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA GA. Glen St. Nurseries
with arrows by the spirits. It Is the Mary

Collections, Typewriting, Stenography duty on this day to pick out n pig. a ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.Wo .

TITUSVILLE, FLA. FRISK IJLOOOaiul SKIN cunl; sheep or a /goat to be fattened for the G. L. Taber, Prop. _________ .___h_ on h______ __ ._ __________ ____
Christmas feast. The animal Is. klllei\
An Offer Proving Faith. the third (day before Christmas!, and no OLENhT. MARY, ]Kloild.i.W : are hond<|'iturtoiH for all kinds\ of Sped anti I Killing: ; Potatoes and Cow Peas. ;

F. M. TAYLOR, Ulcers, eating sores, cancers, scrofula, more terrible misfortune can happen toa also have a full lino fir central mimt-ry otock guaranteed goiiiiliut. 'Vo also carry' n full llnu of play, Grail anti ]1"t'.I.' We wantyour
Itching: skid scabs and scales of eczema, peasant than not to have a "bloody ---- OI'ongrsl1llll Vegetables (live us a t'lnllln,
\ TEACHER!; OF VOCAL MUSIC AND aches and p.iln-t In bones, back or joints, knife" In his house on that day MAIne UHO'fl1EH-I: Jacksonvlllo, Flo.OrO .
MUSICAL ELOCUTION.In syphilitic blood poison, rotten gums and Towers' Hardware Co : We onj! Hell to Boat br".
chronic rheumatism, and all obstinate,
no.at Oon. ._ ... .. .. _. ._
classes or private lessons. Sight read. deep-Bcatod blood troubles are quickly); "-- -- ---
Ing a Specialty. Terms reasonable. cared by taking a few large bottles of For the roast goose choose one with TO -
Botorlc Blood UIlm.Ve challenge the plump firm breast, soft white fat yellow :. -
TITUSVILLK, FtoitiDAT world for of blood The
a case disease that feet with tender webbing.
Botonlc Blood( Balm will not cure. The windpipe should crack when pinched. G. T. BUNTING'Sdim

W. GRISARD, cures are permanent and not a patching; Before drawing It scrub the skin thoroughly -
1. up. Is your blood thin Skin pale All with soapy water ,which will! Street North of I'lii/n, fcT. AUGUSTINE: FLA.
down As tired In the
run morning as .
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON open the pores' and soften and extract roan -KOU YOUK
.when you went to bed? Pimples? Bulls?
Swollen glands or joints Catarrh? Pul- the oil, removing the strong oily taste IIII VIII UIIIINiIP'' ,'
Offioe at Mrs. J. D. Crabb's. rid breath? Eruptions Sores In moot which makes roast goose so objection

or throat If so, your blood is bad. able to many. Then draw wash quickly Furniture Mattresses Pillows
TITDSVILLE
FLA. Blood Balm will make the blood pure and wipe dry. Chop an onion fine, hpl ,
h
I and rich, heal every sOI'e. stop the aches blanch and drain brown In a table

A. WOnIEY.ATTORNEY.AT.LAW., and pains, build up the brokendownbody spoonful of butter, mix with well eea I I d l lI PICTURE FRAMES MOULDINGS
GE9. and Invigorates the old and weak. soned mashed potatoes add sago if you

blood Botonlo purifier Blood made.Balm Sold, the at only drugstores perfect. wish, truss cover the breast will I :::E3ro.ckets.:: Window: Sl2.dd.oa.

General In State and Federal tUx large bottle slices of tat salt pork let cook for
practice per ,Includlngcomplet lilbl Gi11niIIIIIIPIVIiiIfV""r
Courts. All business entrusted will I i directions. To prove our faith In mood three-quarters of an hour then pour off j i AND FANCY CABINET WARE.N. .

receive prompt attention. I Balm, a trial bottle Is given away to suf. all the fat remove pork dredge with

General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, ferers. For free trial bottle, address flour. When it la browned, add n little Undertaking Department entirely separate.
Miami. Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ua Don't hot water and baste, often dredging

MIAMI! FLORIPA. hesitate, but write at once describing again with dour. Cook about two hours. .
trouble and free personal medical advice Scald the giblets In salted water pour
ANDREWS, given. Blood Balm (B. B. B.) cures It off and cook slowly until tender. To The Nation'sJJcst}
TAMES when all else fails Thoroughly tested
make off fat, put a little "San fflateo"
gravy pour
for :10 years. Over :3,000 voluntary tout!
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. menials of cures lining 11. B. B. Sold by pork fat In pan brown two level tablespoonfuls BLUE-FLAME OIL STOVES. Cigar.
Offices/ : TITCSVILLK and FORT PIEKCE. B. R. Wilson A': Son, druggists.; 2.: juneOJ3T" of (lour' In It and add, one COOK STOVES.
Office open at Ft. Pierce on fend and 4th cupful of stock. Pour this on *a hoplatter.

Fridays of each month. As an advertising\ medium, no lay the goose In It and garnish Sash,- Doors and Blinds, Builders' Hard. YL'p-i nil
paper on the East Coast can beat the with apples. .
Notary Public State at Large. ADVOCATE.. Give us a trial advt.. ware Sporting Goods, Cutlery, ....1irlltk.
->d be convinced of the ,
E. FOSTER, pink paper'worth. A Chrlatma. dame. Tinware, Agricultural Implement, WIlY buy Imported cigars/ made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with
STEPHEN A favorite Christmas game In England HOIIHO Furnishing, Eta and other when
opium drugs, you can have the pure Florida loaf at .n live-pent
Is snapdragon.! A plate of bran.
sCUll for
Call or our prices price
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW GRAFTED. dy with raisins In It Is 1 placed on the
::11'1 Kant St.
Looms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, table and the brandy lighted. The raisins nay. ., FREE BY MAIL TO ANY! !1I"Ilft> : ,. 1.00
JACKSONVILLE FLA.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. must be plucked from the burning ---, ADDRESS.....J} iioi'of .)
Orange Trees. brandy with the bare fingers. Burned
fingers are a common complaint In The Largest and Most Corn -
SAMUBC T.Sii&rum( Oonnox It. ROOMK. SA7" :eO\A7"LEJ::
England on Dec. 20.Chrlslm.e nlofo Establishment South. ,
& BROOME, I
SUAYLOR SAN MATEO, KLA.
In the White Ifonar.CLrlstmas 5 # SflNMAXUFACTURKRH
HACKER
A TTORYEYS-A T-IA W. COO each, Tangerine, Grapefruit, Pineapple at the executive mansion f EO U. ... uuu1 --- -- .- -. .

Will practice in all the Courts of the Homasassa, Bubj% Parson Brown, under all administrations has been es-

State. Office in Law Exchange. St. :Michael Majorca and Mandarin, on sentially home festival. It Is on New If You Have Not { ,

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Year's day that the doors of the establishment -
: I 5 and 0 year old sour stock, 4 to :S, and 5 are opened to the public and

W. CRAVEN to 7 feet, branched. everybody! who Is anybody cornea to

F. DENTIST. The largest and best trees In Florida.] shake the president's[ hand. X .rv Found What You Want .

O. W. Conner Thank to Mother KT..
Castle West
Street.
110.11,111 Forsyth
Eve had her faults but In InventIng For a Ifomp. suppose yon take a trip down and I look at our
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. OCKLAWAIIA FLORIDA.VirgmiaHomes. clothes she gave the world the joy of Fruit and Garden Land ftlonjf timer
the child's! Christmas stocking. Indianapolis .

W'; -- -- Sentinel.
ALLEN, East Coast
GEORGE -1>.- ....4..

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, C'onecraln C1orl.t.....
The "best thing to put In a warm OP
FLORIDA.
KEY WEST Settlers 'In buLwtlll" there I"I If
Christmas Is child's are Hocking room. you are
stocking a poor Doors Sash Blinds
Will practice In the United States looking this way drop a line to
and State Courts. 9jun95 You learn all about Virginia Land, footJews
Its resources, products, mode of cut in most countries keep Christmas Mculdiog & Building Material JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd! VIce.rre.ldent,
tlvatlon, prices, etc., by reading; the a* a season of feasting and mirth
T O. FRIES, C. E. Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. and of gift giving. Cfllc* A; Warerooms King, opposite FLORIDA FAST COAST K'V,

COUNTY SURVEYOR. for 3 months subscription to the Coptic Christians believe that savage Cannon Htreet.Cliarlcsfon ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. beasts and venomous serpent are ] S. C.

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for harmless on Christmas day and will ,

all kinds of engineering; works. DIsputed neither bite nor tlng. Cord and PAULO J5Y :THE SEA LIVE11Y.Turnout .
lines a specialty. The Yule log In England I.l a relic of Sash Weights,

TrrusviLLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. ABBOTT'SEAST Druidism and has no religious significance Hardware. of all doacrlp- jSJ ''W \ SADIJM5 HOIWK9,
fe _
l left. It survives merely a* an .....

BURNIIAJI, M. D., : INDIAN ancient and time honored cuatom. Window and Fancy Glas fleas: 1 DAOUAaE!: Transfer
N.S. Christmas Is respected by the follow' r

SPECIALIST ers of Mohammed but not observed. A SPECIALTY. THAI'S, HA UMNO, Kto.:
SURQEON'and ,
Corn Paint With all their hatred of Christiana --
Ear Nose and Throat. they regard Jeau-ben-Mlriam as a minor BO YEARS' SUKKKYS Wjn. WILKINSOX.Froprlctor. .
1
prophet EXPERIENCE _
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.FERRY'S. Carti Corn, laaieni aid Want | LAUDAUM, # .

,lp..dil7 and Without fUaLIPPMANBROTHERS. A New T..r'. C.k.. .
Pablo lieach Fl.VKflTABLMIICD
Put one cupful of sugar a halt Cupful VICTORIAS. -
rOB ILL If IL! GRUGGlSTS,' ____ .. __ __ --
I of butter and one egg In a bowl and n -- --- ----- -

beat them to a cream; then grate In a : 175.

DS quarter a nutmeg and stir It through ..-- .
Yon Wb.l..aU<4nirUt*. the other InrredlenU. Hlft 2tt cupful T"AOC MAR"
know wtulS Llppnak'i! !Block ..* ..ak. Oati of flour and two heaping Uaspoonfula DastonsCo.'vwlotns LaAnn.wnltn \A7"tO.SOc.r:: :: S dz 00.

yon'r. plontlaE of baking powder In another bowl and ..Ir....h Ned dw'w.MR.a nsf

wh.n ands.yon it plenlFerry's you gradually stir It Into the mixture. Butter ,1151.51e.wr4ia..._t..... UrnnebieelIn 055' Irfl'N t.n. (ir.l f..ml...b..r .. GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS.

lam rlu.p 7 the inside of a cake pan well (a $5.trM.a.dr.ef.,, .. .t.,, =':.no I'.nt. __ ,
JAM per.nted
.end.ho : t tr. a..n.r
= Marriage Faper.Tbomaaatfa .rse/Naa/ hallow oblong or square pan la the .d taJI.... .....".. ala.. 1/1/ /.u. ._1.' FLORIDA.We .
Lfrr.. Dealers ..verywhel. ."f advarttoar.from. Ie w. .Wl sdW. .U.h_.. Ie u.. 0 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE,
sea Ih.m. Wnl.fbr .Warmal WMltar sad puraa.rt.w-.i.. iMradMUon lot_ best), line it wltb tissue paper butter and Scientific Jfn.tr.can.trt4 handle] only the best and mod rillabU Seed.. A complete stock of Hay
1901 t..d Aaati.laa.n.d ad.fra..IvIM. _...votr' >a the paper pour In the cake dough Corn OaU. Flour, IJran Wheat, Grits, Meal l Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and
Oe.. ICCIALAMtIICAa.T.44..051.. bake It la a moderate oven till It la a A heads) ..1''11I.. ...."F. I*"- rfr- for Tyg.rt-Allen rtlliec Co.
wholesale. State agents
1'twm.$4. dark at
V &
r>***ttta *im .
e. M. FEMT 4 ca. golden brown and can be pierced witha $1. luld nad r.rtJB.ewranta.d A...,,.1..0raA.TefOI&ab"r.rtmla.r .*...0tf..1Ir -*
O+l**.MkH. Great Big ''liJ. :Jdta.r.asN.wspsp.n A broom splint without sticking. Fro.t iifiWft"/fi Lpraasa iaro My.fJ3Vy i York .Star >da. Yarlwof ruts.b ...1........ Yntab. Ka.n'1. eW. T'- f.rWLma luh a. e
will .
.ml MWT.MIBMTolMtoA4v.l" B.r.sr...es wa5 as awlpe St.Gl.ls M.:::T.Iw..r.-e. u the top and garnish with walnut .,..., as r at.W.--,h.t.: ..perIuf ill Ute wrk.l.trod a Vial _.a- 5154 for wc.Uuc"t.-



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,: << EAST COAST ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 28. 1900. __ _-__


1 f'i -EAST COAST ADVOCATE THE OLD AND THE NEW. --

: : Only four days more and the A This is to Merchants.And .

I'I .'1 19th century will pass into history. 1
VBVKLT: JODBHAI. DXVOTBD TO THB DBT>tOPMBHT Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.We
"J The old has been full of .
I ,J O TBB INDIAN: : BIVBB LAIR century
I'' Ii WOBTH AND: OAYVB BATIBOTIOHS.: events in fact the most wonderful

I epoch, in Borne respects, ever knownto
'j do a strictly wholesale business. Our prices are right as we study
,I"i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.Addreti man. Sturdy intelligent' progressive Showyi J*
it baa risen far above the them. We fill orders the day they are received. We know what In-

""I J, all oommnntoatlon to preceding centuries, and will shine dian River Merchants need, and carry Just uch a stock. Our traveling :
"
: EAST COAST TlTUIVILLX.ADVOCATE J forth in history as. the inaugura //n' ? men visit the Indian River territory every month. We are liberal in '

I I Lion of great events-events that Garment. our dealings. We quote prices and send samples. Try .us when in
: II : > have already startled the world, ..
need of goods. We can and will please you.
MESSAGE OF THE BELLS. and will continue to be the occasion

)<'1 ;I 1 ----:;. of proud comment throughout the IL

:1' Ij,' King out, blithe bells of the New Year! century that ia to come. What tremendous Tells -"
nothing of its :Benedict Follak c&
I Co.
,: I' Ring/ out to all your numinous clear; advancement has marked
r l ''II Dressage of hope, despair! to quell, the worl '. progress. 1801 and hOle ,
,, Is borne silvery .swell. ---
,Illt, I upoo your Practlcallv ar u kinn-. the United item Worth. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
..
11' bells of the bee"ameli d: ,
I Ring, cheer across snow States I independentand ----=
i 'Till with courage faint hearts flow 1 i controlling between those
i' Math friend seemed faithless, love' power
E cold grown periods. Literally speaking, higher SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.Wood
Tells TIII
I jl Hath( lost that wand of magic gold? intelligence and civilization began nothing of its real worth, or of the service it will stand. The .

at the dope of the 18lh century CAREFUL BUYER examines the insides or vitals of the coat.
1 d Saddest of all, hath death snatched one It in strange what little attention men give to this feature of theirclothing
and developed in all its intensity
'I Whose presence was to life the sun t and yet it is the most important. Why, it is the very Coal Cote Brick Lime Cement
Yet look not back. The darkest cloud and brilliancy during the latter ,
Mi i But serves an azure sky to shroud. half of the 19th century. What foundation on which permanent' perfect shape and perfect fit de- -"i.-.

I those developments are, is current pends. When yo'u wear our clothing you are not taking chances, ***
Thy friend l his fealty yet may prove as the vitals its ,
'r'1 Love that could change was never love; knowledge, and every school boy is sides. There are Is strongest points-tailored honestly on the in- Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....
And folly 'twere lost wealth to mourn, familiar with Fulton and the first an individuality about our clothing that you do not ,
1 While fickle fortune's wheel doth turn. steamboat, Whitney and the cotton find in the ordinary-and what i ft more, you pay less for it.
Offices foot of Street
Hogan Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone N Grim death, though conqueror of clay, gin, :Morse and the telegraph, Edison !*

i Bows to a mightier conqueror's sway, and the long distance telephone.Of Our Suits and Overcoats from J. K. :MUNNERLYN, General Manager./
$7.50 $$8.50
E Thy loved one hath but crossed time's son course we cannot enumerate in ,
To Its fair shores-eternity. -
this brief article all the wonderful
$10.00, 12.00 and $15.00 are the best to be had.
triumphs of mind, that have kept
t THE NEW YEAR. the enlightened nation! of earth TROUSERS, MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND CAPS. MeMurray & Baker

upon the tip toot expectancy for ,

This is the last issue of the ADVOCATE the past one hundred years, but Our Gents' Furnishing Stock is Still Complete

l for 1900 and we take this can only point to them with pardonable 220 and 222 East Bay Mohawk Block. Jacksonville Fla.

opportunity of wishing all our pride as the commencement -
HATS, CAPS LADIES' MISSES' and mII .DREN'S SHOES, Headquarters for-
readers and friends of an era that will\, in future all factory made.

A HAITYMEW YEAR; I years, prove to be the grandest the Material
world has Wagon Vehicles Harness Bicycles
known
ever in the
and hop the new year, which ia the way ,

commencement of the twentieth of al and political commercial, mechanical excellence., education.Vigorous Men's Women's and Children's Shoes a ,Specialty and Sundries.

century. will prove more prosperous

'Ir about than to the bid one'to adieu. which Let us we ring-are century and has'progressive been, it Is now as the hoary old "KELLY" SOLID. RUBBER TIRES put on you wheels

out tile old year and ring in the and decrepit with the weight 'ofyears atshortnoticet .

I new with joyous anticipations of and the 20th century, wrapped -- --- -- ..
-- -
-
I in its swaddling clothes, is -

to the come bright; and future in before bidding us adieu for years to preparing to usher in a series of 3rEa 6J ) :

the old year, let each of our read- brilliant events that will\ far out- rJ IAdm;
:
si rip the most remarkable
/ triumphs :1
era and friends strive to make thenew Froebel
of( the IDih century We submit
r year better than the old. All the proposition, that whatever the f fA
can do something for the better,

even if it is only to clean up their in huiiiun the range mind of construes human! : possibilities to be with. 00 Modern High School and Boarding School I

sidewalks and garden, keep Custom
and all trash off! our street, paper make is I'oewiBi.K:, and that Its most ardent Tailoring a Specialty.) .. : JACKSONVILLE, t -. FLORIDA."

their town as attractive and neat. expectations: will some clay be I Apply for catalogue to'
I'
realized: as a result of its
looking as possible, and work to. concep ;( Pn.C: >:FW. J'. II. :
tions. The mind) of Edison con. Eagle Clothing Store KLPPLZ: : ;:R,
gather for the benefit of the place in
which they reside. ceived the phonograph and It became PRINCIPAL..

a fact. The same/ mind. conceived ( ":::;
We have Q
more cause for
congrat the idea of penetrating dense Opposite the bank. Titusville. --
ulatioa
I than regret, for 1900 was a
substances by means of reflected
decided -
years as improvement regard the shipment on previous of rays, and the Xray bernme a lact. DKLAND.': HAMMOND PACKING CO.
The letter X denotes unknown
oranges from t the East Coast. The an (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)
new lies before with quantity, and the Invention, even OUR SPECIALTIES
year us bright
now, is not understood DKLAND, :
thoroughly ,
and its Hotel
prospects, record should he Arms
but can believe that .the College "Coin hams
a good one. It will, no doubt, hoaneventfulyearantdmunychanges anyone FLORIDA. Special" and breakfast bacon
century now almost upon us will "Coin Special" canned meats.

joys and will pass away without a full and acu NOW OPEN. "Calumet" hams
many many sorrows rate knowledge of Its hidden and breakfast bacon.

help!: ,to make! its "history. Titus- ? Electricity is in its Incln.r mysteries WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL APRIL 15th. Calumet_ leaf lard.
vllle liaa had some hard knocks the
past few years, but it l Is a long way iency but do we "not believe that Situated In the hlgh'plae region on the PLANT SYSTEM, one bundled Homemade pure lard.

from being dead. Our merchantsdid the human mind will, a hundred miles smith of Jacksonville. Rooms en suite with bath. Steam beat. "Peerless" compound lard, sausagesand

r a better business years hence, be as! familiar with all Packing' ITonse Products. Florida Branch,
during the Its it Open replaces.' Elevator. : JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
principles is with
as now
year since 1900 the\ than in any other year steam? The human mind has conceived )FINE GOLF LINKS. ------" -- - u __ .
big freeze. What we
is now the idea of an air ship and Twenty miles shell load. For terms and booklets apply to
want a long pull, a strong pull WILLIAM CLARKE 8AWIT
and a pull altogether and) Titus learned men are even now engagedin C. W. RIPLEY Manager. PLUNDER.
ville will\ hold Its own against its construction. Is this to be --

f ,town along the East t Coast of Flor anyf the exception to the rule, or will\ Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber"and Gas Fitter, Sheet
Hoofing,
NEW
ida. genius triumph? Side by side with SMYKNA. .
wonderful inventions the 20th century Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Clos-
liiis
the Prosperity New come again and will be marked with unparalleled ers and Wash Stands.. Copper vessels of all kinds and
Year
standing the Ocean House
upon NEW SMYRNA FLA.
,
r threshold preparatory to be admitted political and commercial ad descriptions re-tinned.\

) to the calendar) vancements. But space will not
will bring, we Overlooking the Hlllsboro River.
d hope, renewed permit a further enumeration, so 37 St.
happiness to our citizens Forsyth .
Jacksonville
Florida
?, and that activity which we must bring this article to an TilE SPORTSMAN'S HOME.Finest ,

characterized our fair State before 'abrupt termination. All hail to the Fishing and Hunting In Florida. I
the new century I May it be frought
blighting frosts swept us into with and F. W. SAMS, Proprietor.
temporary gloom. joy gladness to all the nations

Hut the year 1901 will\ dawn up. of earth. .PLUMBING
UOCILI DGE. .
p on a people of changed) ideas. Previous THE ADVoCATE returns thanks to .

I to the freeze above alludedto Senator J. 1". Tulinferro for abounds

but, Floridians one industry thought in this.,,there country wa ,I volume of the "Otllciitl, Directory Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDGE, Steam Gas and Hot Water Fittings Tin Sheet Iron.

for the use of the United States FLORIDA.
,
and that was orange! growing. To- and
Congress ; and to Congressman Copper Smithing. .
day orange culture is simply a Robt. W, Davis for bound volumes Entirely I New Management

branch industry and pineapples, 1 and 2 of the "Report of the Philippine $20.000 expended on improvements this year. Estimates furnished on 'application to any part of Florida.
tobacco (
cassava and sugar' cane, Island Commission." Messrs. Beggs it Mac Dowell have leased this well. known hotel for a periodof
combined with numerous agricultural five and :EJC: : >C>IrL
years, after an expenditure of $20,000 in Improvements have d3 L7G-ElTDC: : >DY
and horticultural enterprisesare Three Sail Rullruail Accident. made it one of the beat equipped In the State. The hotel has been painted ,
contributing towards Florida's Inside and outside, redecorated and newly furnl hed. The latest improved 13 to 28 South Main street.

I' financial greatness, and are destined Granville Neville was acctdently run sanitary plumbing has been Installed throughout the JACKSONVILLE _
and killed FLORIDA.
over
by a switch last
engine loue. All the modern conveniences, Including steam beat, and rooms
yet to make us one of the foremost Thursday night at Fort Pleroo. The cor with private baths. 'rheonly hotel at Rockledge having eleotrlo lights, elevator
States in the Union. oner's jury placed no blame on tho railway and an orchestra. Fishing and hunting are among the special features "
With the advent of the New company. Mr. llevlllo had an no- of this resort. Tennis bowling, billiards, trop shooting, boating, etc. Ithi WATCHES'CLOCKS'
Year let us endeavor to make these about cldent with a /gun Injuring his eye., are a few ways of spending odd moments. Rates $:.t i and upwards per day. ; '
two vteekn, and was/ Also suffering Special weekly. Accommodations 330.) DRUGS & McDOVVELL.

institutions_-,- ." perpetual.. ,.by encouraging .. .from'" I,..neuralgia"A IlIoAI.and d..hud., _" .his..__bend_ .,._tied"u.up_ ,
capitalists to Invest their -- MV '''''J IIKVIV" uii uub uv.ir mo irniu. I MAGNOLIA SIMtlNCS. .. Jewelry Diamonds
money in these enterprises. Make Follppe Alferro, aged/ eighty( and Ma ;, ,
grandson( Joe, aged ten, killed .-
1901 the were by
banner We Souvenir
do it. year can Plant System train No. 78 Saturday Magnolia Springs Hotel.IAG SPRINGS, FLA. ..JW. : Wedding Rings and Presents,
morning as It was/ leaving Taml>a. Both (St. Johns River.) Waltham Watches, etc.
were on the truck when tie train came )
CLEVELAND' "rank and file" letter along, and became so excited that they as! miles south of Jacksonville' by Main\ Line Plant System and river steamers HUE WATCH REPAIRING
could not IT. Tho Open fireplaces in all rooms. Steam heat. Klevators Electric' .. and JEWELFY
to the Evening: Post, has gel o train killed the lljrhts Pure "': -..;... ;::: ..
pro.
old spring water. No mosquitoes. lVell-kept Rolf Tennis .
man Instantly, smashing; every bone course. Fishing, ShootIng A SPECIAITV.Vatch .
ducrd a sensation in the democrttic In his body and crushing hl.. head. The Two swimming pools( and Turkish baths. $4.00 per d.w. Special weekly \ Inspector tor Plan\ System, and also
for ,
Mr. Cleveland rate*. jackBOnvIe' & 8outiwpltern R'y.
camp. has been boy lived about an hour. The engineer O. U..SEAVJSY.: Manager. blrtni-wiri and EyoKUm.. ,.
n
a much abused man, but his writings made every possible effort to stop the rces. paid our w oy. R. J. JULES,
compel attention and train after he saw they could! not get off 82: w. Bay: 8t., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
respect the track, but struck; them before he JO) T'T: :' :eEJ.:: .eZ : -- ---- j- - -
because -
HISS -
of their strung and manly could stop. No blame, is attached to ? : ----- - -- --- ----- -- -

tone.' Grover is by no means a the road or engineer for the accident.
back number as some have vainly Unless you want to save money. Watches ANI>
thought. I' Married In Tltii.Tlllv.Mr. I Jewelry.
DRY GOODS NOTIONS, SHOES MILLINERY FURNITURE, MATTINGS
,
Edward! A. Milton and Miss Alice
Two big English tramp steamers Flitch; and Mr. Fred Goodwin and Miss TRUNKS, TOYS, XMAS :NOVELTIES Etc. Prices Are right. The old established Watch and Jewelry business, THE GOLDEN
Uionnia Tucker were united In the
holy ALIGATORo .
were wrecked olF the coast below has removed from the old
stand
bonds of 3 West Bay street
matrimony on Decent
Monday,
Our stock I Is new, well selected: and SUITABLE. WE CAN WE to
Miami Ion Dec. 22nd. It is her the WILL please 417 West
thought 24th, at the residence of Mr. and you. Hay street, on the same side of the street. In the
that possibly the vessels might be Mr*. Jesso Tucker. The young men are TRY US. Mail orders receive prompt and careful attention. Traveler's Hotel block. Established
saved, but their evidently from Fort Pierce, and the brides are real- In 1873. Address

lost. cargoes are performed dents of Tltusvllle.both marriage Attorney ceremonies.F. J.{ Webb John R. Walker: & Co. Titusville, Fla. ..I:....OUTS J:. S':IEJJE3Et.rS.: : :: :: I,

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!\r. Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG, Eden. The H-0 Co.'s FeedsAre THE SOUTHERN FRUIT CO.


Mr*. E. A. Ireland and Miss Arnold
,: EYE SPECIALIST. expect to visit St. Augustine this week.
10 and 12 Bridge street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
We noticed 16 crates of bean leavingour explosive:: rations of grain scientifically blended to accomplish certain enlil.I .

I station one morning recently. There The H-OCo.'s Poultry Feed to Insure a greater yields of eggs anda Wholesale] Fruit and Produce Merchants.
are lot more to follow If there Is no I
, shorter moulting season.
, frost. Wo cash for all fruits and
pay vegetable or receive
on commission
The H-O Co.'s Horse Feed to Insure the maximum of strengthand
Mr. and Mr*. Jaa. E. Andrew and Riving shipper the benefit of the market.MtOMirr'itirruitNH. .
children of arrived Xmas condition to your horse.
Tltusville The H-O Co.'s Scratching Feed for to l OUI> :nS ."II.I.-U at LOWEST Pit I CES.
night for a short visit to_W. F. Richardsand Poultry produce profitable
-We want-
family. results.

Archdeacon B. F. Brown conducted The H-O Co.'s Dairy Feed will greatly Increase the flow of milk, and make TOMATOKS, MMES:! riNKAPM.ES, BANANAS, COCOANUTS, I.ElfONSIOUANnE8. /

'a'n. aY the evening service at St. Paul's church, I, It richer In butter tats; at the same time keeping up the live weight of the cow. (I JUAVA8, AWLES, POTATOES, ONIONS CELERY,
last Sunday. There was a goodly at POULTRY AND KQOS. Address
tendance and the services were specially I YTA n nvinri4nthat the trial of sample lot of the H-O Co.'s Feeds will ,

We correct all cases of simple and enjoyable. Mrs. Brown made her first Yin Illlnl nlll.ljn "substantiate..the above claims, or we will cheerfully refund THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY

compound refraction of the eyes relieving visit to this section, accompanying; the your money. .
10 and 12 Bridge Street -:
FLA.ATLANTIC
all nerve and eye strain, headaches, Archdeacon on this trip to be with him Ask your feed dealer for It. If he does not keep it we will supply you direct. .
liked all ._,, .. I
on Christmas. We hope the us -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- -
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and often sick stomach A scientific .,
10 well that she will come again Boon. CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
examination made before fitting glasses. I

We carry the largest optical stock In the : Two of our young matrons, who could WEST ADAMS STREET JACKSONV.I1..LE. FLA. CITY.
not find all the Christmas present they .
,
We also do
State. the
largest optical -
-
home hired
wanted in the stores, a spirIted
business. Repair woiltjby mall promptly horse and bravely drove off In the

attended to. Address direction of Fort Pierce. They were so I The New Seaside Resort of the South.
brave they scorned clubs and revolvers 16 Miles from Jacksonville.

Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG, Specialist. i iClarke's they depended on their nerve and their

right nrms. They had a charming -
strong
Pharmacy i dl'hA, and visited around and shop 0DAD5OAP J
65 W Bay street, Jacksonville Fla. : ped, and had a delightful day. Being GO Property of the Florida East Coast Railway

young and Inexperienced they did not

0''. S. Department of Agriculture I heed the flight of time, and left Fort f The mint/ popular peiisidu' / report In tile Mont tit. 1
Pierce for the return trip at half past i
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. three. The days are short, and as the I'w HARD WATER Lots fronting the ocean and boulevards now ',I

evening! shadows began lengthen] their / avKesicwwmate offered for sale. Special price for next iW days
The following is a comparative statement faces did likewise. Then they found ct4p w ;

of temperature and rainfall for the that their spirited horse was tired and I o O .:LJt: o.c..d.: :3310.033:330.0,13.: : :: ... ..gft. ,j'j
week ending Tuesday Dec. 23, 1000.( oould not hasten. It grew duskier and
-1000- -1809\ I dark and darker; they grew frightened, -- I ---1 23 Hogan street, JACKSONVILLE FLA. j

DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. HIM. : soared and nearly distracted. All tills Melbourne. Bovine. .. -.
19 74 00 76 68 time the rain had been falling. They -

20 78 68! 74 04 finally got: through the wood to the I Rockledge.John Indian River, who knows a good; thing
:21 72 60 75 63 home of a friend, and with tear (raindrops We when he sees It, has h'l'h'll :20! acres on
22 74 50 74 65 and dye from the flowers on their OUODB A nOOPR::.-Real Eotate and Ixwn.AiTftnt are having; delightful sun-ehiny the west Ride of the St. Luclo Is and pro-
for A>:tna Lf lon and weather now after the storm
23 78 ((18 74 09 hate) streaming down their cheek Implored Pmvldonre: Washington>n< Liverpool Bun and snGlobo IK Devlin, of Plitsbitrg I'a., hnfar purring It for an orchard, and he doesn'tdo
:24 78 OK 60 CO shelter for the night or the protection ciao Fire III ur""ce. Special| l attention | 25 72 65 67 48 of one of the male membei ol to the Intercut of non nlitentt. Rau Oallle were among visitors here stuck In there this winter that;

Total rainfall for the week: 1..47 the family for the balance of the ride. lately H. J. Magittder, tif Oak Hill, was In will b., a huge fortune Inside of ten years'
HOflcr. RLIiTON--OI'e": the YMr rOlln.l. ItollKhrful town tlio Mint of the week.
volunteered to IOHH.W. .
Departure from normal rainfall for the One of the gentlemen .npi>t to Hpninl vlntttrnr' nonunor !,(>. Messrs. Turnngu, Stewart and Chas. or
week: plus .67 Inches. Departure take them home, and now It I Is dangerous Gated on high tiliilT overltHikiiiK the Indian Stewart of Iliantloy, were in town last II. Julius Smith expects to leave, this. K Ilfti'
from normal rainfall since January 1, .. to mention Fort Pieice in the beitr- River. Terns FRANK mnil..rsr wi ck shipping beans. week on a business trip to I'untptoii! / Is to start anursory
minus 4.78 Inches. lug of these same ladles. ROUxnT5NProprletor. Lake, N. J.Oranges iind will ooniinenuo to put In his Block

HAL. P. HAIIDIN, Observer. SubRcilptlons for the ADVOCATE, Miss Melon Miller, accompanied by In January.
are being shipped quite rapidly.
WANTED-Work on a pineapple plantation the pink paper of the Kant Coast, will bo Mr. Kllvrbrock. of Melbourne, were here I Suveial; I oarlimd loin. have already Martin fiintx I of I'ensauoln has purchased -
by a gardner having general: experience received at the Melbourne Postoffice. to our entertainment, which WAS quite a been oil from Kockledge 10 aorta In sanction I II), and lens a
West Palm Beach.Mr. with fruits, etc. Address "Gar success and enjoyed by all present. Kent crew of moo III. woi k preparing I the !snub'

dener," care B. Backing, Esq., Malabar Messrs. Addison and Fred Foe are at Many were detained by the storm. bliss Kittle; Smith, who attends Stetson for an orchard and will let It out lids,

Florida. 2t home, spending the holidays. The other day one of Mr. Stewart's UulvoiHlty )DeLand, In upending her vacation winter.
F. (H. !MoMitllen: has built him
here with her parents. a new
Henry M'Flaglel'pald Palm Beacha saddle horses became
fl'llChteue.land
ran
Mrs C. J. Hector and have
family house, mid U putting his plane In line
flying visit last week. Fort Pierce. gone to Hobe Sound to upend the winter away causing/ r. Eugene; /Stewart's Cadet Captain I. It. fusion of the order.A., .

Rev. S. F. Hindry's home was invadedby !horse to oveituru the carriage' which South Florida Military Institute Bar. r.nmnnt, of Pullman. Ill., Is located

a little stranger on the 21st, and happiness Capt., Alex J. Oootle Clime up from. was drugged there quite not distance much but fortntrately tow, Is at home for the holliliiyn. nn ten .11.1..111. Hrollon V, and commenced
was
reigns therein. Mi. and Mrs. Tyndall are spending Jensen, Sunday, to upend the holidays at damage. F. C. \Vfdiihliicb 1 ,.f New l.nniloii, pt'<>|uiiliig his. liiml/ for trees and. truck,

Your correspondent extends'to the Xmas with Mis. Hogg. home with his folks Among thu presents icrelvid by Miss! Conn.) w ho sptMidn IIIH, ,,111'1'1'i sin Fl us ids' mid him huilt'd live Hire fur his .son
Alum Martin wan a pretty bouquet of Is H "IJpllllll"' Ilia New Uocklodno.! lie J. ,1 I. Britt liullillng( a new dwelling.
ADvocATE and Its numerous patrons a Christmas and a Happy New Miss Klltlo MOl'tlll1lss: Jean Millet:
A Merry fl 1I1l1'1i lit, cabbage; loses, pifix'iiled by brought .with him n lino lautiuli, which, house und a new picking house on his
Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year to the, editor of the pink paper, and and Metisis Klleibrook and Hoot cam Mis Belle There (11111.
Year. .Siiwuit.\ were over he expuits keep heio" for his use every
10Ill our fellow correspondents along borne to spend ClirUtmi dozen '1'hu the end
two ruses In the bunch 1 hu winter grading at of the savanna/"

Mrs. C. S. B. ITaney of Stuart I Is In the East Coast. Miss Eva Gates, Mrs. Carter and MIlS stalk was of iibnurinnl growth and ll Toni stN are coming lit quito rapidly bridge U nettling/ completion, and till*

town for the holiday season, and 10 attend Mrs. C. '1". McCarty presented the Lane Susie Caner, wore I the guests of AI r. laud wan a b autlfiil ctniotilly.: now, and 1 things ate iiSMiiinlng their will give a vriy Unit road all the WILY to

to her philanthropic work, connected twins with handsome dresses for Xmaspresenter Mis. E. P. Branch on <':llll tmal. usual winter The Now White, City elution
with the W. C. T. U. Little Jimmie and Alma well, RECOMMENDS I 1I1.nr.llltll'|i'lazii, A huge crop. of 1 beans and ppppeisaro
Little Miss LllIio Ferguson had her ITTOTHAINMKJT.I : HockleljI"( mid l liiilels, whose in In.
Our little town can boast of having had delighted with their lovely messes"and flint Christmas Tree, and on It wino many (III.. llausan, 'Limn, 0., engineer L. F.I I1 will IIH found on the 7th 1"11.:811f the on Band, and sire being chipped] l ns fast

a real, true Circus, last /b.itinday.: There said, 'They come from Aunt Carty. pretty gifts from relatives and fiiotidn.jMr. A\ W. U'y, wiileHl: "I have bile troubled ADVOCATK are now open; and Hotel as can bo gull. bend
Our miitim! frlond I). K. Austin
were two performances and each was Rev. Lane will" bold divine servloo at great denl with biteknrho. I was In. JII.1l1t1ItIvel' Hill iipuli till the l 11th of iiiunng -
) and Mrs. John' Ooode went to diupd to Fule 'r and hind agent of this iloiaitmunt| ,
: and
well attended. The general opinion is the Methodist church to-night. A try } 8 Kidney Cure, Junuaiy.
new Roselund, last Situdity the launch bottle him engitgfd it party' to put In a saw mill,
on
that it was a first-class show. good attendance lit expected, It being a one entirely relieved mo. I gladly --- .
Kiciltloune to speed CluUtiu.is nllh L. recommend and promised. tn have It running by Fobru.ny
Christmas sei'vice. The clear sweet tone to any one, especially my To-day take Foloy's Money and Tar It
The sad news came List Sunday morning I htj and Ihoie are puilU' enough
and
C. Mourn ;
the family. friends, / among the train men, who me positively piieiimonln, or other
pievi'iils
the church bell penlmg through
of the death of Mrs. Adams, thy : o ready to build to tnke nil the lumber
I hushed starlit dusk' sends its Message; "f Mr. and Mis. Addison Fee and family usually Kimllaily, slllloted. H. H. Wilson usurious ivmilts liom" t'oIoIM. It niity ho too ;
wife of our City Clerk, Ueo. /S.: Adams. ; & sawed for pills n n v months to clime, and
and "uud-wlll lo men, and bidding Capt. and Mis. West and Miss) Muzel Son. lute. to-miMlow II. It Wilson de Hun.
The sympathy. of the community /goes pence ._ .. this will give White City a new lace and
out bu him and his family in this tuelr welcome to ono and all. Williams were guests of Mr. and 111'11.i./: .' --- - pnnaintute.In .

great affliction. The sad accident which resulted in the F. Qibbs, on Christmas.l t Georgiana. Ills. lAtoViis. Haved. the way of looul news, will say that.

Mr. J. !C. Lilly a piomlnent iltlren of Mr. C. H. Hiii-oy of Mt Elizabeth, came.
The merchants reaped quite a harvest death of Granville Bevllle, last Thursday Master Willie McBride, who has been '
from their Christmas Hales ami the display night ban cast a gloom over the enilie quite ill, Is better, and we are glad; to report Hannibal, Mo., iatily bud a womluiftil out a few days ago and brought hi* I
in their windows, credit. community. In attempting/ to cross the Is able to be out, and spent CluUt A. Ii. Carter Anti children picked tin deliverance 'Irom fnghtftil death. In hunting III/it I/ and hU two fine dogs.Xlp .
wall a very of beans telling of It liu : I was taken with : und (lul'IIII..llnt! was the Knout of Mr.
able The hum ofchl'dien's' voices, : railroad\ tmck he was struck by a freightcar rune Day. trying to ride a new wheel. crates Monday say
one. which was backing down the Hack. typhoid fever lluu. mil Into pm'iiiminla. Austin, und eiifriigod In a very pleiumnt; ,
and the ejaculations of thu little onus at : Louis Lymun came from JackHonvlllc, Mr. Simmons and family arrived. Saturday liaidvtied. anti rabbit
and his head completely crushed. The My lungs became I was siwuuk > and surri-SHfiil I hunt, quail
sight; of !Santa: Claim and his woudeiful /night was very dark and Mr. Bevllle's Sunday, toent C'hrixtmiis dinner with his night, six or eight In number. 1 coulil'iil even sit up In bed. living very .,Icntttili.1I11"N .

baggage, is refreshing to hear. eyesight; was recently Injured by the explosion folks at home, 1'11.1to/ up the linnanHlver Four largo mull! bags full of packages Nothing helped' mo. I expected to noun Klrmt KraiiHfii bus] returned from !

The Royal Pol nd ana opened its doors of a gun In his hands, and It Is to look after his Interests on Isle wale received at our poslotllce C'lnUtmM dlo of consumption, when I heard of :Jr. Miami, whore she lens been attending

to the public last :Sunday: December the supposed he stepped on the track within homes tvad. eve. Kings new dhwovory. One bllt tilt JUVII sic hoolpiopitratoiy\ to becoming a"school

23rd.: beets are /l1I'ua.ylrI'lvlnjl' ;. /Several : i u few feet of the moving car. A light at Mr and Mrs Wm. Jacknon and two The invalids better grout relief I continued use It, and mm nt. i
all
passenger trains have already crossed the crossing would have prevented his children, and MUs Viola. Horton, spent I are reported now am w"lIuII.1 HI 'uoj(. I oitnt say too Miss Annie Morris, sister of Mrs. O.
the bridge, aDd in a few days mirth untimely' end. We feel assured if the Christmas with Chas. h lloiton and fame except Grandma Munson who Is just much In Its piulso. This marvellous. Jr.. )Dutton anlved from West Virginia
about the
and revelry will be heard from all quar railroad company had ever eonsldewi IIV, at.1. Phillips' lovely home in East: same medicine U the surest and quickest| owe to spend, hilslmns: with, her sister ami
ters. The PolncUna's life is a short one, the lanier at those crossings on dark Uelbourne.Mr. Mrs. J, W. Hruner, son and daughter In thu would for all llmmt and (limit numerous fili-ntU In Whlti, t'lty.Luwrenpu .
but a merry one. nights they would light them. We extend were passengers to Cocoit and return, trouble. Kegular sizes tlta( and *l.dO Chrlaltnllilu> hits gone lo
Joepest sympathy to the bereaved and Mrs. McCoy and daughter; I :Sainrday, on a shopping tour. Trial bottles fret at Wilson .. (Son's drug I'ablo llunoh.
family In their sad aflllctlon. May God Miss Bertha, of mlyel'tM'alo' lodlitntMr. ; .stoio. Every bottle guaranteed.: We look forward. to the third Sunday III
A Powder Mill livplosiou!
in his give them strength to bear !! and Mis. Urlllbock. of Now York; Mrs. Chambers Is aullaringagoml rlc.il each month with great Interest and pleasure .
Removes everything In sight; so do this trial mercy and;may the father and husband Mrs. Carter and daughter; 11I"sillllle/: with stomach tiouble It is hoped with for on that day liev. E. V. Hliu.k.num. .
drastic mineral pills, but both are pretty who, was snatched from our midst, Sharon/: Pa., are again with us for the her good husband ss phvslclaii she will OUR WHITE CITY. that able editor of the( llomusceker I

dangerous. Dont dynamite the delicate find peace with Ood In the love and mercy winter. soon be in her usual good health AilmlnlHtuis, 1.00111' spiritual wants, with I

machinery of your body with calomel, of Jesus Christ, which passeth all C:.|/t. Dukes. brought; a large and jolly Kov. J. II. White celebrated his seventy Win re: City, FI.A", nec. 2H, UMIO. mi able rind suul.8tll'llnllllerDlolJ, without I

croton oil or aloes pills, when Dr. Kings I understanding. party from .Kuu: Gall Ie. on the Spartan, BHventh birthday on the IIKli lost Editor Jo:,,*t em'Me A New life pills, which are as gentle as a Christmas Day, to attend the baseball Ills excellent wife and lilmwelf celebrated And now In conclusion we wish thu

summer breeze, do the work perfectly. SEEIN'TIIING ATNIOIIT night- game between Kau: Gallle and! Melbourne the fifty fifth anniversary of their nutr- We mast certainly have a "snnd-ofT"! editor of the pink paper a Happy New-
Cures headache, constipation. Only 2)0; Is result of Indigestion.You Again the Melbourne boys won the game, Mates the 2.1th; of Ot lobar. They me at the going; out of the old year and the Year, and that 1 tlmll meet him In the
at Wilson & /Son's: drug store.Ankona. mate can't a common expect good sleep with a bad the score being 14 to Ii. both remarkably hale and hearty for coming of the new Then what hotter "Hweot brand by" on the Kvergrecn
people of their advanced ago. way" van It bft done than through the Shore In the Hotter Land.
stomach. Dr. Loyal' Ford's sound Dyspepticide stomach, Miss Lee and her friend Mist Price; pink |l'IIIor| ? It Is fortunate for us that E, J. J'I'No ""-.
the new remedy, makes a also the Messrs. It W and Claude Dean the editor Is acniimmodniliig and goner-
B. K. Wilson ell; J. Odgers, of Frostburg, Md, writes:
that digest perfectly.
jean of Melbourne bleach were and honored
guests "I had bad attack of oils as well as vlllclent, having Might To Vaelhlt'lIl1.
a kidney complaint
very
Soo at Hotel Carleton, last Sunday.: They communications In he(
our 1 punt, The
and woman who fuse form
tried Cure 1..lov..lylll ,
Foley's Kidney ,
Mr. and Mrs. Morrison are comfortably here to hear the Kov. Stewart Mar-
came gives ii* hope that he will do "o In this and
will have friends
which Immediate and I temper always
relief ,
located for the winter in the Hlggln- Grant. tin preach at the Episcopal: church. was /gave me after taking two, bottles Instance. If we are not heard from, but one who! would be attractive must
both alii bouse. perfectlyeured how will the outside world know that.
.' no substitute Ii. 1C. Wilson keep her health. If ate I. weak, sickly
Charley Edwards and Miss Reddy, of W. II. Barber spent Christmas day In Mrs. T. lirlddtenmn of Parshallvllle, & Son. we are still alive and kicking. ? There and I all run down, the wilt be nervous
Mich., troubled with salt rheum for never wan such nn easy'going, attundtuyourowubusiness -
Fort Pierce, were among the Ankona on Christmas day. our town. thirteen years and had tried a number of sot of people' on earth kidney.' trouble, her Impure blood will
)(e8RI'1I. Oscar Nelson and D. L. Jones, doctors without" relief. After two or three Hardeeville. "as these White City denizens. Ilivy cause pimples, blotchrs, skin eruption.
Fred U. Haymor Is home for the holidays : were In Melbourne Monday. applications of Banner Salvo, her hands won't get up a fight_ore. row, kill somr-. and and a wretch..S ..... Elee-_
from Winter Park, where he has became better and In a short time she one or uomnilt suicide; won't run oil trio blttrrs Is the bust medicine I In the
been attending school for some time. J. Basting, left here Friday to spend was entirely cured. B. Ii. Wilson &: Sou. Miss Hunt I I. visiting friends at Cour with another man's wife or get a divorce. world to regulate stomach, liver and
Christmas with friend at Banyan. tenay. tilled or have law suit. In fact,
Mrs. Truax of Sparta, WIs., arrived got kidneys and to purify the blood. It
last week, and, will spend the winter Misses Jimmie China and Laura Jorgensen Mrs. lialleyof Sharpes Is with Mrs. they, won't do anything' but work work, gives strong nerves, bright ryes, smooth

with her .sister Mrs. Wm. H. Tancre.W. were shopping in Melbourne: Artesia.Fine J. I' Sawtelle.. wuik with no excitement! In any nmnnor skin, rich comfdexlon. rt will make a
for publicity or notoriety, but keep the of
Saturday. -. guoif-looklng, charming woman a sundown -
left for Orlando, Monday Mrs. Lawson and children, of Malt- tenor of their and-
T. Walker even way, Invalid. ;Oo lit Wilson &
to celebrate the Xmas festivitieswith )hll1 rs. Cha Wernlng and Chas.. rains this week. land, are spending a few days with Mr'. "Let the wide word Will as It will, Son's drugstore Only

friends and relatives. His wife and Christensen spent Wednesday In Mel- W. E. Chandler spent Christmas at Ca King. I They are the sam old 7 and (I still"
him weeks sgo. bourne on business Hu we have to "write '.,11I ," not
children preceded> some naveral. A few friends spent A very pleasant up TIIK: IA1MI CALKEK Is what.
Messrs. Jones, Bensen And Christen- Christmas with Dr. und Mrs. llolmus of "..ee '1IIn up" for there l I. no saloon In every
now sent to hoatbullder nerds. For
Three delivery wagons are Christmas dayto Mr. and Mrs. Ch.-is. Carrlngto'n/ calledon White City and a drunken man would yucthnmiin
our doors each week by as many enterprising son, went to Melbourne friends Artesia, Friday evening.A 3htrpes. he a great curlosltv; but push clung, sale by JAN I'rltchard A Hon, Thus-.
baseball.
merchants. The schooner Mer- watch the game. pleasant dance! was given at the Capt. J. H. Anthony has shipped, the keep moving In their even, quiet way Is yule Flu. I'llce"l and # ( each.
chant still makes occasional call, so Walker left Saturday for very from his at this
an Mrs. W. K. Canaveral school house on Cbtlstrass orange grove pUce their stjle, and the way they are turningout /
If people are, not kept pretty well supplied Tltusville, to spend the holidays with and returned to his home at West Palm "truck" for the northern markets

with the iiec"ssltles of life these her son, J. B. Walker. Mr. Walker Eve Beach Use week.J. b y t h._. "_._.._.1...._...1 1 r "._U..._......I a I._.."_ t o tl se ux .
days it Is their own fault. followed on Sunday. I now all visiting,. Anule her Stewart cousin' of Miss I r rantley Mary Tu. la JHawtoile'. Jamaica sorrel prints lives," and will force Klagler to gives

Adolph Benson and sister Miss fizzle too. have; failed to yield tlia Amount of fruit new order for freight cars A Sample: copy of one of the best farm
WO IA RIGSiTSS.Woman's first from White City, Monday, to I loped for, as the recent cold night suddenly These same cllUenn of White City;
headache came up Brooks Sam of Sent his published, free, If you wl1! send
Inalienable right Is freedom from visit friends here. Their many friendsare I Courtenay, (( stopped their blooming. claim tit be antl-expinnlonlsls., and yet papers
nervousness and constipation, that always glad to vice them. Christmas holijays with leads In Ar they go on expanding Ifi a manner, time your name on a postal card I, nientloiilng:
so often make her life miserable. The tesia. would make old ..Ko: ["'" bull frog "" hnm-
chief cause of these troubles stomach Geo. W. Scobie Jr, who has had L. G. Tuten, Mis! Mary Tutors and I Unlimited Cash. ed of itself that trlwl to expand to the this !paper.

disorder. Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeptlclde, charge; of his fathers Hub business for the Rufus Tuten went to Lotus. Saturday It hu "been repeatedly suggested by dimensions l of the ox. They, expand TUB!: Ftownov ("0,,
Is the new and perfect cure for these Ills. past nix months left Sunday! for Tltus and returned Sunday. those who have used Tetterlne that It I.a Is their farms expand! their families (for (/r.
II. Ii. Wilson & Son.Volcanic. yule to spend Christmas at home. useless waste of money to advertise a you never SAW an many children coming Atlanta
Mitchell of Melbourne attended Mis Emma L. Bell left for Sebastian, rented that Is so certain to advertise op in your life), expand their orchard,
ErUItfon4Are ferlon Christmas, tree on Monday on Wednesday the :20th where she Is self. This II !good 1 logic, but we want the expand their purses. expand their stom-
our returned to Melbourne on spending the Christmas holidays with whole land to know at once of this unri anti. (not with 'lager beer, but with n full
grand: but skin eruptions rob life evening. He must be some attract- the family of her uncle, J. A. droves. .Iecl.pecltlo for all skin diseases. If dinner pall). Now then let UII expand, o
of joy. Bucklen's arnica salve cures Tuesday. There half of tlume who have some eruption of not like ..;1101"'. frog for It bursted. but IIEATIXO 8TOVKS: of all kinds. for

them; also old, running and fever sores<< ion here. ___ DOORS SASH. BLINDS, lime cement the skin that has baffled all treatment, we are not going: to "bust." The r bank coal', wood, fan. oil or g..nollne. The
ulcers bolls, felons, corns eats bru lies, when feel a cold brick: and all other kind. of bn tiding knew; of this remedy It would not be of England;' might bunt," but White Banner oil heater, only t 3,1x1 make
burns, scald,chapped hands. chilblains. After exposure or Honey yon and Tar. material. Quick: shipment and low many years before we would be rival ofOjckafellerliworldly 'City will not. To substantiate this, let an acceptable and useful Holiday Pre
cot coming on take Foley' ''a. facts which submit to sent. Write to
Beet pile core on earth. Drives and will\ prevent prieM. possessions, COcts. give a few we
pain and aches. Only 25o a box. Cure It never falls to consumption cure if taken Jo GtO. II. J'&R.A.LD. I from druggist! or from J. T Shuptrlne, .a candid world: Gao U. FiBVAtn:> ,

guaranteed tfold by Wilson A Son time.pneumonia B. K.or WiLson Son Sanford, Fls 'Sayaanahis. W, f. Richards, the pineapple king of :Sanford Fla.

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'' II Choice eeeooee>> *oooa

I ',,0 Vegetables; Florida East Coast

, t I always bring high prices. t IMfflTER; h ( FESTIVAL I Ry.


,, To raise them success CHRISTMAS PERPETUATES O* ,w 9 mt OUTH BOtTWD; (Reed Dowm.) Ia n.... Sept. 6.1000. (Read Up) JlfORTJ norm

<.* An Ancient Custom. : i : : 11 j jIIKISTMAS y oy 3 C>>'IJII O.F n !'n.96 1 TT5T. ....
fully a fertilizer e s>.*.xO*.. C oily Dally Daly N.. Jt. STATIONS. No. Si. Daily Daily Dallyeitju e
con- x *.eG*.e0> *.*r, .aa ...

!' 1s J Tickets.Tickets.st. 7 ii lu; 00 C 7.......jaukaoaville ......Ar TWp i :: ::
to all the civilized .. .... I lap U Ilia Ar. .., St. An u.tlne .....Lv fI Mp 15INr'l. :
taining at least 8 % world Is the day for, which all e uristTickets. ...... tarp 11 ISa Lr.UBDp ....... St.! Aufuetlne .... ..Ar.Lv Slop I 9 Ola ..,...
.. ..... .... .. ... .
otlifcr" dn.vf un IlItp II (llta"" ... H tln\ 11401' dbnt .
were .
made. The : .,. .. ... ..
j 21$ !12: osp A Kane P.Is-tk! s l' : P0 Q
Potash should be used. ti. trade, of the world. KO fur as it -$ .... Up; A,..... ... ...Falatlui. ... .... ..L... -6r-20ip 'W >
re ttted to porHonuI" wnutM, the c-oni- urist = _66ytL4slLv..Palatka. ... .. .. .A r D1bp CO
iI'' merco of the world no fur ns It S.ect .. .. .. 7 Up Ar..I buu. .IIM..I..O..Ly.! '. ... $2..t's.. csp "'::1 J
Our books furnish useful information on the luxuries concerts T ... Sara Lv..I San Matoo. ..... ..Ar 7 MI' w td
nnd Indccil To ;:
all subjects relating to ninny of the Eff .. ... TI6p fOlip: Ly..lW tP..lalk..Ar. S2fip861p .. CI)
P r necessities' of civilized man, circle ( ..... T4.fI! ISflp1UT '' ........ .. .Ormond..Lv 6"2) : n r.
I crop raising. They are about C1n"istmeM. nuys the St. Louis C ... C ...... 161' ...... ...Daytona.......... .. Sale...... 0 0 Ir' It:
sent free.GERMAN. !;j Clobe-Ueuiocnit. r d 8 t.1' hip :......: Port Orange..,?.... Blip 61la! ,.y -
For a year the make C'S t BOa. 8:ail 910p .........New: Bmvrna....... ''lOp 6 Qua .d6P
'J 11. ere of toys and. brle-n-lirno. the E-4 8 B6H. ...... 3 8lp! .........Oak Hill.......... DOOjJ..... >aop If 0 tI2
Ti KALI WORKS facturers manu- GI S 68u. ...... tulip ..........Tttu.vflla.. ...... llOp: ..... IMP r
Nauau Struct, of the thousand nnd one artl- m ... ... ...... aat p ....,......Cltr Point......-:. ..... ...... PIS
\ .. 93 elf's whl..h m on--.,. I'm..I"__...... "._. .IIPfi.. ..___...,_ fQ .. ... .... 84HpB04p .". ....,.... .. OocoaRocklHdge............ ..... ...... a p'
look forward vIUIIU"", cd Jot .... ...... 8601' ........ .......... p :..... ...... 0 rs: OdO
to Chrlstums, labor to l"e .... ...... J": .........Kau Gallie......, .... 1 : ...... ...... tJlm1 tiJ::!
ready for Clirlntinnn. and In ... jy ....... .... .. 6/111': ..........Melbourne.......... ... ...... ...... tIJ
:;j' show their very way ... ... ..... ( a .... .......Konalnnd ... ... 12 flap..... ...... eC
appreciation of the fact that ..9 ,Jocf ...... ....., SOHpeo&p. ..........6eb.atn..."... : : ...,:. ...... 0
j'r/f the season of general rejoicing Is their F 11'2 ....... ..tBSp II ..........tit Luole!.....! ..: II ... .. ...... ... r ....
time of harvest. fQ CI ..... ...... ........Fort Pierce......... 11 ...... ...... 1:1 !
: 0 ...... ...... 6U7p ......... TlbbaU ....1.., .... II cap........ ...... _Q-p
We have accustomed ourselves to E-c H ...... _..... 1"lp ............Kdnn .........,.. 11 ..... ...... ( .
look this u Is ..... ..... IIlJ\p(\ .", ..........:. Jensen. ........... 10 ...... ......
I m upon festival season as In a Q ....... ..'.... 05p ......... ..Stnart.! ........... IIJ ...... ...... :EJ
I peculiar sense the heritage of the Tri-Weekly Sailings C ...... .... TUp .........Hobe&und.. ...., .. 10 ...... ...... rn
'II Free and Christian O; ...... .....7118p I "... Wet Jupiter. .,... me ..... ...
cations
and we sometimes ; ...... ..... ,.. ..WMtPalmBeaok... .. .. a
it! Accented Bo2p .. 92i. ...... .....
: IJ \ Masons; Indulge In self congratulations at the E-4 ...... ..... 8Tp'' ".. .......... Boynton ....i..... .. ...... ...... "1 IJ: .
E\V BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE ............. _.. .. .. .
thought that and NEW YORK CI] 83flp1007p Delray ...... tlllM ...... ...... .
ve alone poKsess the -' fQ ...... ... ./ prep:: :...::.Fort Lauderdale. ...... ....... ...... IS
f I'I' most' Inspiring of festivals the feast of -. .. .. ..:. ........Lemon City........ totWa! ...... ......
) Indian ;1 : No. childhood, the season of universal at Charleston, S. C., both ways) M ..;;.. ..... tolapAr..kMt.mL. ... ..... L. 111.. .. .....' r......
00Tituuvllle mer
r :: Bqgett Parlor Pare OB Trains M and me j ii.
I I rymaking. So far as |Its present torn Finest
I' I; River and name are concerned we are doubt The Steamships in the Coastwise Service e Betireen Jaokeonill, Pablo Beaoh and May port.JT6.87 .

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less In the right hut o o o o.
at the same time o.
Sun Sun D.I1v Dully STATIOX3.liilii .
Lodge. It Is ; Ssa
HoliU Florida. well to "remember that while holiday The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. only"SBOp only .x""' I edhl: 9 only

Ii tt day of ewh.It* inxatlnKfl month, a"tha the nonrmd lute anrl Armory fourth, TitusI Krl-- seasons clmniro name and._n._ _rnr'.., ,no,, uirect-. service. -Between > Tip l 68ufiwp! > 818q Lv. ... ... SJOp ::=
811Hp ZOHp Ar. ..... ......
"' ''''' Mb I i O UIIM'K n in. rarely .Ro.JaOJu..nvlll..L.m
p altered
< for In celebrating .. .... ... 10
7lXip 2U.t p 60Rp 8SUa .
A. A. Stewart. 4M .....
Wornliliiful Mauler. Christmas Jacksonville Boston Providence ... ... ( p.
and all
I It. )t. Wilson, Sonlor Wardnn. we are simply per Eastern Points ,7BOp gasp atop vas 400p SOep.. ...

p' J.J. M.II. Walker IXxon,,Tr Junior-..surer.M1 Wardon.. petuating. Is lost U custom In those so ancient that ItsorlRln (Calling at Charleston, S.:C., both ways) Between New\ Smyrna and Orange1City Between Tltnavill land Sanferd.0a .
II' F. A. Morgan" Honretary.. ages( of myth Jnnotlon.
SBMI-WEUKLY: SAILINGS! No.
1 i.. J. L. ('arrll th..ra. Hmilur IX'ncnn.' when: written record STATIONS. om
I ,I F. A. IxiKlnv.Junior Doaoon. don was not and tradi Southbound. 'v, ...from l.ewlllVbarf., Boat, Nol HTATlOJJ-.. ':!' ii Lv.71ila ........... 'Iron. llle/ ,......,. ..Ar ?
I i F. l'f1l.r..O. was the only guide. Northbound .... ... from tout of Hogan. Sweet, Jack.o vIllClyde's n 8.opLr4Wtp ..... .. STew : mans.., ... Ar l INtO'ry ..............Mime,.............LT. ro
I C. H. 'Val'nll.tew..r' ( !I Among all nations north of the ...... ..Lakegelen..LV| 64,0, IWa ....... (Sawa .,........ I 11 7.
A. Fruitolmr, Tylor.KiDHEY tor there has jun.) 4 4,)I .. .... .Orani,, aatyV..... .. I 62.11 Blua. ........ntnprt.......... 1 Be.
i i'k, existed : from time Immemorial : St. Johns River Linc.UETWEEN" ... -6UunAr..OrangeCi.| ',. Junotton. 4< I Slop) Ar7UO ...... .... ..ntor<1.. ......... ti 00.
I a midwinter festival to hall the All train betweuu New. !timyrna. and Orange All trams between '19t.,,Mlle and flaa return of the sun from the south and. ) JACKSONVILLE AND SANFOKD. City Jiumtion dally except "'unda,.. nail, exoept Sunday.Tli ..

'k DISEASES according to the degree of civilization! Jacksonville, TalAtlca, Sanford,KatcrprUe, Fla.. and Intermediate landing on the St.Jalm'aRWe r. Tli rtiuu ,TablHH SCOW the tlmei nt whlon trains. may be eaoeored arrive *.A i
from the aevernl matlon. but their arrival) or deportees, at the ttmei etied ie not uaran
this f *
time of the year hnil always been /STEAM EH teed our does.rhe Company hold halt reMpotuiible for any delay. *r nay _......D... arte
celebrated with popular rejoicings. "CITY OP .TACKHONV1L.L.I2." fag therefrom.Peninsular

we the most fatal of all dIs- There, lir little doubt that the earliest CAPT. W. A. SHAW. and
form of religion Is found m nun wor Leave root Catherine street .Ja(1k.ollvlllo 8:,.'))0 )>. in., SiuulnvH,Tuemlnyn and Ttiurxlays. Occidental S. S. Co.
Leave Sanford 0:00: a. m Kuterprlne W :!II l .
eases. ship. : a. m. Mondays Wednesdays and Frlduyii.
Recognizing! the 'fact Hint the ._ _.-- .- CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
KIDNEY king;: of day Is the author of life and! Gen'I! Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville HAVANA LINE. -
CURE 1116uaranta0d
: heat! and
comfort, --
fnLEY'S t. he win l revrrpnerd" W. }IWARIfUIt'rON'C.Y.A.: F,61.iR0NbIO'GRRJa.FIaPast.: Agt.. l Leave Miami Tue.d r... ...........11.00p.m. Arrive Key Went W.dn..1..7..11.00.. .
I Remedy accordingly( and under various names /til\ State St,, New York. I :204 West Hay St. '.....k..nvllJe.I'lL; 'Leave. Key. Wear WednewTays ....,. o.mpm. Arrive HavanaThureday. ....... 6.W. r ah
; and often C. P. WVELL, AMt. Fla.. 'Leave Havana 'Ehl1r.dayll..JU,4lI... Arrive ....
with diverse IIttl'lhutl'8l'a" Bunt. f JOHN. L. HOWARD,femiorlntemlent.' m. Key West Thuridiya. .... 6.80. ..

l ;! or money refunded. Contains. honored us the soure of all existence.Chrladnan TIHJ"-._.H."'., _n-- u.n..r.r.v.____, Jackflonvllle r._ _nl. ....._.,.,.,.....,..Fla.....n"An.'|, .. ... u.fi' .01..........."Font.,.. "a..._.llouan".,...:.:......".!8t.;."S..IIV"..., .lacknnnvllle_._HL......,....... Flik.TIIKO. ..... Leave. Key West Thurmlayt. ...... B.ao! p. in. Arrive Miami Fridaye.. .. ." ... 0.Ss. .we

O. vomit General Manager WM. H iYUK A CO.. General Agents. KEY WEST LINE. -

remedies recognized by eminent !*ceootG: >>altoox0*.seflltp* CtienbornuKti; HuHtMnff, 19 State St..111.... York LesveMlam1Frfd.y.................)1.O9p.m. Arrive Key We.t SaturdaT.... ,,.fl.OO
physicians as the best for :Menu.Illnc : -- -.- -. ---______ ___H.__-'- Leave Hey Went MundayfM.......... 6.80 p. m. Arrive Miami Mondava _..._ I.SO a a. m.ia.
Passenger. for Havanu leave Miami Friday 11.oO ..
| can p. m. Key we Saturday
Kidney and Bladder troubles. o I'olnft. f Ocean 11 1 :KH a. m., and remain in Key We t until 9.00: p. m. Sunday following aueV at that time leave*
I Croam Chestnuts erred Stlrka Steamship Co. on the tcam.hlp "Olivette," arriving Havana Monday roornlnir.
PRICE SOe. ana $'..00.n. f
Rout loom -.Mill naked! Apple*, For copy of local time Bard ddreai any Agent.
1 i 16. WILSON!:! %:; SUN. F..r.''op"d" Onions -
U>:t! Clued Mere Potatoes .... "Savannah Lino"Fast
-- Kplced ,Figs Cvlrry. LINK...
Fruit Io1.d.I Chrnw W.r..... Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from
A TWELFTH NIQHT SUPPER.
I'ltitn I'uiliMntr, llvril, /Hmice.! TIME
t'' Cuninol' Mu"._,. C.k.. IIiI lit Florida to New York Boston and the East. SOUTHERNDIRECT oICK
.
taevlv.l of *n Old c..to.-c.OO.ID. Nut Fruit ..
y -
--
w KI.. and Qnern of F..tly/tie.. O Black Co tree. Roquefort Clift... !

The old custom of celebrating .*O*=*oooe(*@* *eGoi WASHINGTON
_
'
'Twelfth night (Jan. 0)) Is again being BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA,
Lack In Mine
I'tr.
'; l Revived and wakes a plennlng novelty lu some! purt of rural Kngiand! every NEW YORK,

In the way of entertainments for the mince pie partaken of under a different > r't CINCINNATI, LOUI8VILLK,

New Year, Bays the New York Poet roof during the .:Jhrlstmas: season Insures

As this U the fpntlvnl of, the bean a happy' month duilng the coming / ATLANTA.

king benrm should he largely uied, In year. livery: bousek..tpor bas a BIRMINGHAM, MEMPHIS,

the decorations. In the dining; room stock of plea on hand to offer her ) R A CHATTANOOGA,
a'm Il W A Y
frlendflt and 1 t vttvwvw eMSrw
no excuse for not eating
featouii3 of them \might, hung; from tht permissible except "Thanks; I have/ I ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY,
chandelier to the tublu. To USD the little "
I white beuns they should flrnt bi> eaten my 12. f. And nil Points East and Mast

14t soaked In water overnight \strung! whll'wet ..- -, -
I
-
t using a fine needle then put away (:) NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS t)

7 for a day, when they will again become- BY: L.A.N"X> .A.JSr.I 5: ::b ROUT.1:'. u5. SER VICE LIKE THIS.

dry and bard. The supper may be simple SHORT RAIL HIDE TO SAVANNAH.

or elaborate, aa the hostess wishes. Thence via Palatial Express Steamships from Savannah. THE: NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS,

but tho table should be lighted, with Via Savaanah and Charlotte N. C.

cnndlca and l the Twelfth cake given the> 4 4
Ships each week THE UNITED
most conspicuous' place. To avoid confusion STATES FAST MAIL

have the cake Iced In two color. y t Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.

white and l pink or white mid chucolntv, a TO IN"-li: !'W YC>B.no: :, THE CINCINNATI
the men taking the slices of one color. Making cloHo connection with New York.Boston ships or Sound Lines AND FLORIDA LIMITED, f

the Indies of the other. When bilking All ticket agents and hotele'are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Via Jesup.

i the cake, place a bean In one side and 1 Write for general Information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservations, or call on THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS
a pea In the other. Stick: a straw lu E. II. IIINTOX,! WALTER HAWKINS, ,
I beside< each one, tying n colored thread Trnfllo ]Manager\ Gen'I Agt. Traffic Department. Via .Jeauo.

around one straw so that no mistakes Savannah, la. 2J1: W. flay St.. Jacksonville, Fl.",. I
will be made. Tho man who finds the ------- Through Vestlbuled Trains, Pullman Drawing Room
bean In his piece of cake will be the"lng Sleeping Car, Through Coaches Elegant Dialog Car*.

; while the queen will be the lady l Seaboard Air Line
who holds tho pea. d Railway Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Cincinnati. O..

After supper n mock court Is held Via Aanevllle N.C., and Knoxvllle through "TUB LAND OP THE SKV.1 II

when the king and queen receive the t Unexcelled service from Florida to all points

homage .of tho company. At one end Through Trains via Southern Railway... now Operated
of the room have a platform on which ::North:: East acid V7est. la Connection with the Plant Sy_tem from Jacksonville.

are two chairs. Here the king end 1 Two *sins dally between Tampa, Jacksonville Savannah and Columbia, carrying

'l queen<< must be crowned with appropriate { '' l Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS it Vary Low Ritas oa Sail Juan 1 to Sept. 30,1900

I, ceremony, placing upon their beads'
crowns of cardboard covered with gilt\ Washington Baltimore Phila. and New York. Tot rate,nhedule andIDform.tloe. call oa or address

paper and having beads and IIpangleslIewed W. T. COSBY. T. P. .,
on. Very effective additions are This picture is the trade mark of Also with Cincinnati! Sleeper, via Aehevllle.e Sit Week Bar. atreetJaek.oovfsPix.&
.
long capes of muslin trimmed with SCOTT'S EMULSION: and Is on N.Trade COLP; W. .... TUaJ. 8- Y. HARDWICK. I
i broad borders of ermine (canton flannel "Dixie Maeage.. 0... Pa... .,C.. ...... (i... P..... lgt-
marked with black paint) TI. every bottle of SCOTT'S EMULSION Flyer" WaealnfMn.D.O. W..I>'''IWD,D C. Atlanta, &..

king should also hold a scepter, which in the World which now Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via

can be a short round stick or cane coy amounts to many millions yearly. Lake City Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and Nashville

ered with gilt paper. This business has to ,
When the coronation Is over and the great grown. Making connections for Kansas City Chicago and all points In the Northwest. PLANT

king! / and queen are seated upon their such vast proportions gYSTEM.
Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New Orleansvia
throne the court should be .
presented.Previous Flrst;-Because the proprietorshave River Junction and Pensacola.
to this each guest should be
Full information to
of
on application any agent this company.
given a card showing who lie Is always been most careful in The
to ImpeiHonate. Great
E. ST. .TOHK V. E. Through Car Line
M'BEE, L. S. ALLEN from Florida.-Connections:
: Each card, cut and paintedto selecting the various ingredientsused 1st. V.-P. A O. M. General 1 Superintendent Gen. Pass. Agt., To the EaSt via all 1 1.Tbe Atlantic
represent a bean bears the namo ota Portsmouth, Virginia. and Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmond
in
historical or fictitious character or, its composition, namely; A. O. MacDONELL\ ., Assistant General Passenger Agent, Jacksonville Fla. and Washington Wa8hlnetonThe Southern Railway via Savannah Columbia
,
what In more Interesting, that of some the finest Cod Liver Oil, and the .. .
celebrity. of the present day. The herald purest Hypophosphites. - ---- --- --- --- TO the WeSt The Southern R>y via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattanoogo.; The L A
N
via
with a great flourish of his trumpet MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. and Asheville. The' MAO MontA'omery.; The Southern R'y via /Savannah Columbia
will call the Seconefc-Because R'y via Montgomery.;
out name with a brief they have so

Introduction. Social Impersonations skillfully combined the various Florida, New York TO the EaSt vb,Steam.hlp. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York,

will greatly add to the merriment. ingredients that the best possible Philadelphia and Boston. Transportation Phlll1tlelphla and B8ton- via Savannah and Merchants* Miner
The cards designating the places at results obtained its From Rr.newlokdirecttoNewYork.) To Company for Baltimore.
are by use. Key West and Havana, vIa Port and"
the table be Tampa Peninsular Occidental Steamships
supper might painted witha 'fo Nova Scotia,
PASSENGER Cape Breton
cake a row of candles or a string of Thlrd-Because it has made so SERVICE. Atlantic and Plant Steamship and line Prince for Halifax Edwards Island, via Boston and Canada, I
peas and beuns. To make connnrtlon with Dteamen, Ipera Jacksonrllla :, Hawkesbury and Charlottestown.
many sickly, delicate children (Union IMpot) on Tbur.daryta(Cumberland n 1
am
strong and healthy, given health Femanritna at 1 ::30 p. m. Meal en route j; Route l" 2.00 "V'VZ2\i,1-.l..l.JB.' \, I
p.m, (Plant Syttem) arrlva Brunswick 5.ubp.m. TOURISTS TZOBE1TS: :
w. Have Ck.n.... and rosy cheeks to so many pale, on art val at Bruniwlck go directly aboard iteamer.Paaaeninn will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern States to

Matters do not stand with any of us i' anaemic girls, and healed the lungs PROPOSED SAIUMQaT all lted FLORIDA to RESORTS, via the Plant system, during the season of 1000-1001 llm- + ,

aa they did a year ago. God U where and restored to full health, so many .New York,Pier 21 J:. R..3:.flop m., (Standard Time.) r.... return until Mar 31st, with liberal stopover privileges la Florida.
be was. We have changed. We have thousands in FrM..y,Nov.30... .......... ..............COl.-RAOO........... ...............FrI to him the first stages of Friday, Deo. I...... ... ............. .. ...RIO f.RANDE... ... ................Friday. a t plied with aU Information and 1 handsome ; Uberall1SuP-
come nearer by the rising quality Consumption.If Friday, ** 14....a.... ........... .OOCORA.IK ... ......... ............ ...p'rtday .. J4 advertising matter. n
of our life or we have gone away frldsy 31... .........................R10 GRANDE.. .......... .................rldar. .. 21 211 F. M. Jolly
:you have not tried lX send for free Division Passenger Agent.
from him by sinking Into lower habits Its& agrccaM' tmite will surprise you. sample, For lowest rates, rmerratlons and general Information,apply to 138 Weet Bay St.Astor Block ; Ha-, /i
and under the dominion of lower prlnftlplea. SCOTT & I10WNE, Chrmida, BASIL (J ILL. Agent 220: W.Bay St.! aonTiu.. W. \A7 Jacksonville d *i5r
409.415 Pearl Street. New York.yK.aodfi.ee .1.8.RAYMOND, Agent, Brunswick fta. V CM21" Passenger Traffl Manager SavannahOa.
.-Charles U. Ames. ; all drugguu.& CH.MALLORY.,. Co,General AgenU,Burling Slip and 380 Broadway, N.T. ; n. DENHAM General
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TITUSVILLE. ST. AUGUSTINE.
SEARIUEZT:.

IN172.A..N I :I'TEe: :HOTEL: :

\ TITUSVILLE Hotel t I Magnolia I ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.Opened THE COLONNADES SEAREEZE, FLA.

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for thueI\8On. Deo. 5, 1000. ,

INDIAN RIVER, Electric Lights Steam heat Private D kths, Ocean Pier Surf Bathing,

; FLORIDA. A large addition has been constructed, adding Fifty More !Rooms Boating Driving and Wheeling. Best bicycle roads in the State. Buy
I
I, most of which have a Southern K.\i> ure. They are newly and tickets via Florida East Coast Ry., to Daytona, and take Colonnades'

I'' -' handsomely furnished and nearly all are connected with Private' bus-twenty minutes to hotel JAS. P. VIKING, Manager.
( } J. G. BAST, Proprietor.
Baths. The dining{ room has been enlarged to nearly ,wlce, its former *
TELEGRAPH and RAILROAD STATION, DAYTONA, FLA.
size, and various other improvements have also been made at an
? IV The hotel fronts their
t on
,, wide sweep of bay(7( milesIn Expenditure of $:JOOOO. A ,first-class Orohostra win furnish The Clarendon Inn BY-T1IE:o SEA, SEAIREEZE: FLA.

v"q $ A g i r width), formed by the muslo twice daily Rates &:.KO to $1.00& per day. Special weekly and ,
mlmim>mrr rnt, ye Indian River, making It a Overlooking the Ocean. Opposite ocean pier and( 1>a vl1lon. Klectrlohulls.
delightful summer re monthly rates.: Special terms to parties Steam heat. Table and service unuxculled. Winter season, ,

u 6 a i uittl I "roil f1fmfhr 1)i m9 i sort. Constant cool PALMER &. McDOWELL, Proprietors. November to May. Enlarged and vastly Improved since last season.
k breezes from the sea and 'u 118 moots all trains.

S jt1 1 L- bay. Flowing sulphur LEONARD GILL, Manager.

l ; r 1f I t_ rates Rpilngs. Special winter FLORIDA HOUSE sr AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. '

1'II'UIU'l"I', McrrttfH Ksluiul.
Centrally located. Passenger elevator. Steam heat. Porcelain baths

Titusville' HoardingMouses.Mims' : lutes *2.00, *2.r>0 and 'J: .a) per day. Open the entire year. Liberally INDIAN RIVER.J .

conducted. Capacity 250. More than Fifteen Thousand\ Dollars was Nevins' Riverview HotelOY; M MKRR1TT FLA.

expended this summer on thin hotel. Every modern Improvement that ,

Boarding House TITUSVILLE FLA. contributes to the Health, Comfort and Pleasure of I Us Guests has been On High Pino Land Health comfort and sport. No hotter Hunting

p and Finding In Florida Sulphur Swimming Hath. Kino yachting/
of F. C. HAYDEN
Pleasantly situated within short distance of Railway Station. Special added regardless expense. Manager
about Jan. 1st. J. J. IVILKINSON
attention given to Ladles. Transient rates reasonable. Special weeklyor Open Manager.-
monthly rates.
MK8. C. N. MI MS, Proprietress. Hotel St. ST. AUGUSTINE, KOCK:IK1 H3U.:

_. _. V George FLORIDA. .______ H' __ ____
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JACKSONVILLE. 92 riao F. S. TYI.KU Proprietor. II. S. GREEN, Manager. New Rockledge Hotel ON INDIAN RIVER.

r" W+ Now Open. Most central location In St. Augus Now .Open.)
FLA. Fr1trftottt
The S t James JACKSONVILLE

Season 1000-1901. Now Open. tine. Rates: $2.00:! $2.50 and $3.00: 1 per day. Attractions-Full-benring OI'llIjltl'nvu/ livery bicycling (ten miles' river
hive) bowling/ alley, boats for fishing and 1 ducking, flee, excursions! on
launch: to points of Interest. Nut theru cooking! And all wlillo help. A
The St. James needs no introduction to visitors to Florida. From a small beginning
live-Rtory addition hns boon built to this hotel' with private baths A
new
In 180! the St. James has Increased In size and added to its appoint.
...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA... reception room and hall room has also been .added slnoo last; soiiHon. The
ments with increased popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida.
ALGONQUIN HOTEL New Kockludgu hotel Is now up-to-date In every respect. ItnUm .::4./10/ to
The location Is unsurpassed, being on the highest; grounds; in Jacksonville, :ST AUUUSTINK, FLORIDA. $:J! per, dity. 1:>1'I'cllwI.kly.\ Coriespondenee solicited!
facing the St. James Park. Baggage/ / checked to all points.Its .
music, as In the pant seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed. Prouty's Everything/ tfrst-rlass. Centrally located. Special attention to Commercial 11. P. hllAKKS: A SON, I'ropiletors.
Orchestra, and will be of high; grade. This house as In the past is under the ---------- --- --- -- -
Travel. well Rooms. Grand
and Tourist
management of J R. Campbell, and everything will be done for the comfortand Large, lighted Sample::

pleasure of guests.! A first-class Wine Room and Cafo attached to hotel. View of Buy und Ocean from, verandahs. Rates *:2! to t2.r> ) per day. THE PLAZA HOTEL ROCK LEDGE:, FLA.
Address by mail or telegraph, J. !L CAMPBELL Jacksonville Via. ,
Special weekly and monthly rates. Under New York. management. This handsome now hotel, located on tho hank of the beautiful Indlnu i River!

Sample room free GEO. C. LAGRANGE, Proprietor. in the' heiirt of the far-famed( Indian RI veeurnngo 1/tlml.llllloW/ open| for the
WINDSOR] HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE, FLA. leceptlon guests.I A morn liulightful and lilt "reel lye locality vnnnot be
I Imagined him I Hook IcdJfe. with\ Its lieiiiitlful. walks, loinantlo iteenory, bear
PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. lug orange groves lino .boating, Hulling und hunting. Rooms with private
btu h. HI III.aIII: / per lay anil upwards. 1'I'cllll'l.kly rates.S. .

for ROOMS ONLY. It is located / II, PKCIC 1 11111 n ng\r.
N++iyrrr This hotel Is now open centtally near
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Postofllce Bank and Cathedral. --- -- -
Rooms, fiOcts to tl.OO per day; $1.AO/ to $L00 per week. I'II'N ,

V. D. SANCHEZ Manager.! -

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-T n -' The
AIATKA, Netherby, EDKN, On-Indlau-Ulver! FLA.

) Ono of the 1 loveliest lunations' on the river All mod tun, {lininovemonts.' ,
t I Ihit mid cold 101111,... Sulphur t-t nIng. Excellent: drinking, water.
The Graham Hotel PALATKA FLA. Plenty' of fruit and| Ice fish, O.>ateas and frush vegetables/ abundatice. -
Not'them cooking. ]110\1110| hiindsomely furnished with all the

o Open all the year. Rates $2.nOpor day. The only brick hotel In the comforts of a home Bunts Trains slop at Rtixton Station on the
city. Overlooking/ the beautiful/ Johns Ulver. Convenient to all plantntlon. Pineapple district Mis.: M. A. CURTIS Manager.WKST .

OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. boats on the St. Johns River. Table \Valeis-Five-stone' und sulphur. .. __ 0 0 __ ._____
RATES $2.50 and upward. DODGK & CULLENS. Electric lights and belt II. All street cars pans the door.J. ALM' 1IKACII.
WATKINS LEE, Prop'r.

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U. S. HOTEL HOLIDAY IN SWEDEN. DO YOU GET UP The Palms WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.

A first-class hotel, ultuntnd on beautiful lake
WITH A LAME\ BACK ? Worth opposite Kojiil I'OIIlCI..IIIKIClet.rlo. lights a
[continued from second page.] electric bulls baths, eto. Malinger, clerk cooks and waitresses from the White
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. which the pork bus' t heed boiled. 'I b* Mountain hotels. Kales *:J, $::1.(111() and $:1:! per dny. Special! rates by tho week.
day beforo Chrlstiniis Is therefore often Kidney Trouble Makes You MIserable .
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(Formerly the Carleton.) in jest called "the great dipping ----
Almost who reads the
everybody
day. In order thut all beings shall le newspapers HOTEL SEMINOLE WEST PALM( BEACH FLA.
Is sure to know of the wonderful ,
Is now open, under entire new management, as a strictly first-class house. happy the farmer gives the cattle and' made ,
Dr.
cures by
For further particulars apply toWILLIAM the horses extra food, lets loose the [ Kilmer's Swamp-Root Entirely refurnished First-class. Excellence of cuisine a specialty.
watchdog and places! a sheaf of un- Il the ( kidney, liver
CATTO, Proprietor. thrashed oats on a pole for the birds ft' lli[ and great remedy Rates, 42.60; tof..00'per( :) : day Special rates by tho week .,


(Formerly of the Putnam House, Palatka.) This last custom prevails even In cities r It Is the great medl- O. P. IIUNTINGTON.1IIAMI. .

Fresh spruce trees are placed outside cal triumph of the nineteenth _0_ ._. .. __ ___ _..,.J
the doors and on ImlconleH. 1 century; discovered -
I after .
of
After dinner the Christmas tree, a l years
scientific research
Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE FLA. ;young spruce Is dressed with fruit "II I Dr. Kilmer, the emf-by
j -v- -u
paper covered candy bright colored H l-l *. nent and bladder
kidney

glass balls and ornaments and paper -' -- t specialist and Is Palm Cottage, MIAMI, MLA. Avo. U nnd 11th Street.

flags of all nation On each branch Is wonderfully successful In promptly curing
Opposite postoffloe. Centrally\ located. Thoroughly repaired and re Theseare lame back bladder, urlo acid : JO'alocllleRr I Palm (Grounds
hung a small candle or a taper. kidney troubles Open all thoy| !ar. Centrally Postofllce loyal ,
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted, lighted In tho evening and the delighted and Bright' Disease, which Is the worst Hay lilsuayno and all the. churches Relent :1.1111.: () ), flJlII: and'I ..J.OO per day.
Rates $2.50::; day and children are allowed to make amerry form of kidney trouble.
per up. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is (/peelall1ltell per week or month. New house newly furnished( Klectrlo':
not recommended -
U. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. ring dance around tho tree. : for everything but If you have kid- lights, baths, etc. Excullenceof cuisine: a specialty.GUM. .
Thereafter the members of the family
ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found A. MULLEH, Proprietor.
collect around the table, and the Just the remedy you need. I 11 I has been testedIn
JACKSONVir.LE, FLA.L. Christmas presents are distributed.' so many ways In hospital work. In private
Hotel Placide P. Anderson, chief dork Masked persona In picturesque cos practice among the helpless too poor to pur IJI'NJI'JrHOXVIf.I.I': :, N, o.AV .
relief has -- ------------- ----------------- ------- -
steward chase and
D. S. Plumer tumes are seen on the streets carrying; / proved so successful

o bundles of presents for friends or rela every case that a special arrangement has TIlE FI T. li1 F V If) IIENDEIWON V1I.LE, N. C.at .
hotels under management. tives. nearly r verybody been made by which all readers of (this paper : 1J1JJJ1J: : : ,
The most popular of Jacksonvlllo's Opened new ; They greet lJender onvlllll'. Now Hotel.
who have not already tried It, have
a
American plan Rates $2.00 to *3.00(( per day, $1H.OO to fi.OO; per week. they meet" with the words "Merry sample bottle sent free by mall may also a book Open all tho year. Altitude :2,5m feet! The dryest climate In North Carolina

Special rates for parties by week or month. Good cooking and table unsur Christmas" and are answered "Same telling more about Swamp-Root and how to Golf links. Twenty-five acres be"I1UtullCrove. One hundred und twenty-fire

passed.. Rooms and Beds best In the city. It has seventy elegantly furnished to Swede you. on On meeting and after on Christmas acquaintancewill daya find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. bedrooms Klectrlo lights Steam heat. Elevator Tennis court Hull rooms.Mineral .

rooms, one half of which have open fireplaces and will be let on European say "Good continuation of the offer When In writing this mention and reading this generous- ,Springs., lath rooms Ten-pin alley All modern conveniences.
paper
plan If desired. Lighted by gas and electricity. Toilets and bath on each Christmas" until New Year when the send your address to t G Fur fin I her Information and( rates, address,

floor. Good sample room for the commercial men. Porter meets all trains same ceremony begins with the words, Dr. Kilmeri CO"Blng1
with carriage. J. A. ERSKINE Proprietor. "A good New Year" etc. hamton, N. Y. The -t HAKDIN' A WHEKLEIt': Proprietors Hondeisonvllle, N. C.

When the present bearers have re- regular fifty cent and mmn.ots.smean.A.dollar < No consumptives taken
..._._ _. u..... "n... a .'_. sizes are sold by all good druplsts
turned from IIUTI* ill'vinsi < > u **"*r
WESTMORELAND HOTEL West HJACItONViLLEtFLA partake of the supper In which thlt"Iutftllk" NKW }'OUI', N. Y. -
(dried linjtnsn or codfish' soaked Notice.To .
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American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open in lye and boiled, the Christmas All Wlimn, It May Concern:
and the rice porridge must not
cheese hAYs Aril ll TIII HATE I WltX, ,
rillliriTY
Southern Hotel
ed this season. Floe cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water be lacking. Many families usually bare 1 on .twliulf. or the MtAte..f KlurlilH.rxwtiie. / NEW }YORK N. Y.
a tax il...!cl M J J. Vine for the rllnwliiicilMMrllH
Baths Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All also a pie's bead on the table, perhapsIn l I land|, t -
street cars pass the door. Rooms 60o, 73o; and $1 a day. Rooms and with memory apple In of the the mouth."god" Frey' boar .uc,X Midi, K rtli for:>n tMiM Township' July r.tale xxitli, :|..'lc.Il:1:: | (formerly Parker houso.) ,

RoiiiM IHI shown MI* ttn or iwlnre JaiiimrJ4th, European plan exclusively. Itates tl I per day and upwards
board $2.00 to $2.50 per day. 'I'K'I: 'i 1. why should. nut I....... ..\11.1.. ;iilrili Street and Broadway New York, N. \'.
Thin I.'n-lIIl..r Hth, 11. '.
Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor.
There. In. more..catarrh.. In..this section 4IoIIII(! ) A. A. HTK.WAItT. I'nO/KF.Y J1KOM., Managers;
of the country than all oilier niseasns !4 put together, and until the last. few --- -
GRAND VIEW HOtel JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. years was supposed. to be Incurable. Fora Kxecutor'M: Notice to Creditors.1TOTI'a .
great many years doctors pronounced
It a local disease, and prescribed. local Prepared
Postofliee M IIKRKIIV HIVKV TIIAT TilE
Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new and remedies, and by constantly falling to 1., un.ier.linedasEsecutrlsofttee.tateoflad.rl.
Government Buildings; centrally located on Forsyth street between cure with local treatment, pronounced It C tfcjrlinirttwir, ileuemMul. ', .late. olHrevsril
Office and Dining Room. County ITIiirliU, hereby .....,. .mallcrefllt '
and Sts. Very pleasant Parlor "I.|
Bridge Clay .
Incurable. Science ban catarrhto : ..
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proven
\i Large and airy sleeping apartments, single: or en suite. All white and there- .
be a constitutional disease i A/HIS bttrlnff olalln' or dsman.nl against the
help. Well and newly furnished with modern Improvements; Electric fora requires constitutional treatment.hail's Mid enbce jifiKutwrt C.14crimttwwrtapre.enI, and Roofing
Uatlm. etc. Popular Prices. them M the IIn'.III'OIlIl l 1Itrl.f: said. ew ffl'
Water ,
Bells Hot android Catarrh Cure manufactured by :
: tate within two jrimn or the....... will be lwr =
E. II. SANBORN, Proprietor. F." J, Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio, U the red.
only constitutional cure on the market.It MA RY A.RCKIMOKOI.'K, : :
KxeoutrU of the ILootate of FI..onClY-P"'or-.
In doses from 10
Is taken Internally Itohere C. IIcrln.KtIO'U.|
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. drops to a teaspoonful. It act. directly This Xov. 30. 11510. Building and
Lining Papers
HOTEL OXFORD Opposite St. James Hotel.Convenient on the blood and mucous surfaces of the -- ,
of the system. They offer one hundred Notice.
: to all part of the city commodious rooms, comfortable and dollars for any case It fall to cure. Send Hoof Paints Creosote Oil,
uomelike and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant for circulars and testimonials. Address, TVTOTICE. FS I1rRERYitYENTIfATnNMIIY-: :: ,
Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack- ..L\ ,..,. April lat. mil. I slull prmwnt myawonnta
reasonable. :
stay. JUtes very F. J. CiiEmtr' : Co., Toledo, O. : for Anal Mtttimnent, awl apply Black Varnish etc.
nTllle' JIT-SoM by all druggists 7.-ic. tar my illwh.rK a* arliuinliitracrl of the m- ,
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. HH's Family Pill are the best. tate of Nattiun H untJ...... d.. County JadK* ut nr.var4County,Tltmvllle, Write for Catalogue Samples Prices, etc.
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Corner Duval and Clay Streets, -Impure water U the cause of much 0"". M. Ro...'..... flARAIf If.Adinlnl'''HAfMiertS'.lrtrlx. THE All [I rAGE MANUF'G: CO.
GLENWOOD HOUSE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. sickness.. Remedy this by getting: a line Attorney fur Admlaletratrlx.' IOeug.lame ,
filter from Claude Walton Titusvllie.
3:'(>Otoi.'IOO AVHIIuinsiMinr Ave., JtlCIIMOMJ. VA.
Good ------- Remember that the IKDIAX KFVKBIDVOCATK
month.
Rates, 91.SO per day. Special rates by the week or .
rrWe would esteem the favor If our A does all klo'U of Job printing J
table. Hot and cold water baths, etc. Ten minutes from Depot readers, when writing or calling upon ae short notice. Send them an order Remember the ADVOCATE does Job
and Postoffice. oar advertisers to purchase merchandise, and be convinced that It Is the place to Printing.

Ma. CARL C. CURTISS, Proprietress. etc., would mention the ADVOCATE. bare job printing done.



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.i : ''I"t,f, ry t; OUR HOLIDAY STOCK.? CHRISTMAS. LAND.IN THE SUNNY exercises, and consisted special mention of songs may and be recitations made i Robbins & Graham Co. E. 31.- :se: :D ct :aeO- .,

of the trio the
by Misses
r I ''c IS! NOW READY FOR INSPECTION.JACKSONVILLE Frankie Gruber and Master Joe Maggie:Umber and -DEALERS IN-

1 : Tltusville and Other East Coast and the recitations by Miss Elate Ives and (Incorporated.) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
i PAID ,
hoa; Towns. Master\ Norris Froscher. UP CAPITAL $25,000.00. ,
: The distribution of the presents was We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FER TILlXElLs)
,< JEWELERS: -- probably tbe most enjoyable feature of This company owns We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all oonaumlera. :

1' 25 East What. Our Correspondent Have to S"'Y'' the evening, Uncle Tom Johnson being ZtAly ID S Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
Bay Street
About Chrlntina conspicuous an usual, with his funny E. L. BRADY BRO. TITU8VILLE FLA.S. .
Y 'j ::; FLORIDA Christmas in Tltusvllle passed off rather I sayings and a new and catching name in the Indian River Country; On the St.
;-- for everything. Much taste was displayed --
quietly, excepting: : the popplug of ID the decoration of the Ladle lilver; at New River and on Bay W. E. GOLDayil'1i1
firecrackers from early morn until late church W. CARROLL,
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I ; .. .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH at night, when the small boy was made the Star of Bethlehem playing a prominent Blscayne. Prices to suit the times.

happy and tbe older ones miserable part among the abundance of flowers Carroll & Goldsmith
1'1'', : Brewing Asso's. the continuous din of the giant cracker by, and evergreens and other decorations. Send for Land List. : ,
I w.
,. Why Christmas day should' be made a CHRISTMAS AT IIABDKBV1LLE. Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. -Dealer*In-

I I Famous St. Louis and Hot Fourth of July of is a mystery to UN The Ilardeevllle school united with
tied Jloer.tfold Keg. Our streets were fairly crowded during the City Point school their Christmas GEO. M BOBBINS, 'F. A. MORGAN GROCERIES GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
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the day, It being a general holiday. festivities Monday evening. The schoolroom rreiident. Actuary.
I 1 k. L. Moth/W.'ntn.vule,eta.Ry fishing and the Breard Abstract of Title Co. .
I 1 Mr. K, .., Mollow, C.Mna. .'1... cool and driving weather being : evergreens and mottoes. The singingand TITUSVILIE, FLORIDA
Hy Mr. W .1. Tucker( Cocoa and bracing. recitations wore very much enjoyed .. -' ,..
c Fort 1-lareo, Fia. At 10 a. m. the Indian River Band and reflected much credit the WILL FUILNISHAbstracts -

,', gave an open-alr concert at the ADVOCATE teachers and their pupils. Many upon beauti of Title t Your

l JOSEPH ZAPF corner, In which they did them- ful presents were distributed and an en INSURANCE FIRE
,i olves credit. This Is one of the best joyable time was spent by all. -FOK LANDS IN_ Pr nst ,
bands in the $tate, and Tltuoville should
Sole Agent. feel proud of such an organization.In CHRISTMAS AT GEORGIAN Brevard County.Office LXG-EITN'JN'G-:: : : ; : L7YGIaON S.
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I. the afternoon a game; of baseball The exercises at the church on Christmas under Law Office of
k I 1"" 010 to (UO! West Bay Street, was played between the two Tltusvllle Eve were a decided success as all I represent all the leading FIre Insurance Companies and the Mutual Life
GEO. 31.\ ROBBINS
I Insurance Company. Am. also Agent for Surety Bonds ef the
teams the Keds and City
Seminoles
1'' : which such
things that
are
''I: I I ;:: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. resulted In a victory for the Rode undertake. Our musical our talent young is people good, TITUSVILLE, FLA. Invest. Safe Deposit A Surety Co., ef PhiladelphIa.. Pa.

.It" I and there wan most excellent music- For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIA S. 8CHUYLEK: ,

: "' Choice PRESBYTERIAN CHRISTMAS THICK.: marches and sacred music. Mrs. Dell East Coast Meat Market I .iitulvUle) ) ...1.-,
'I' Munson. Misses Hattie Thaveraud Maud
1'I', Wines,Llquora Monday evening at the Presbyterian -
Laughlin ; --
os at The
evvs church presided the organ.
was a occasion for both
!,II ;:i' ; 1 and Cigars. and young. For great the young! perhaps the march and the. waving of the red, white O. F. DUREN, Agent.TITUS INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
t t I II and blue by six ladles, each wearing
ur Guaranteed Pure. fine Christmas tree laden with presentswas young a.::
I :: : r L' ( the chief attraction, but for theme broad Bushes, two of each color, was C' c::> TITTCTSVILLE, FLA.
r::>:t a _
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Sold reducedI considered the best thing the .
at on
a of more mature years the elegant nod pro- n to furnish Ice in quantity-Sacked or loose \
l price highly grn m. The recitations Christmas and + cC.7 h prepared any Spotrfal attention
euiertalijlug well
I J I I Imported py the pupils program of the, so /Sunday: executed the joy It bilngH, were the best we have c-::> 4iLv r::>:t paid! sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fa:>deaUng Is my motto.
I ? /School: afforded had. The next best was the march and r::>:t
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T. WETMORE
T.
; \ Tok .y Wine, greater pleasure. Proprietor
I I I sung, 1I>,"ta Claus from Everywhere, =
Jlj ti from Promptly at 7 o'clock the exercise a .
Italy. .
began with etc. At the close of which Uncle -- -- -- -- '' --
j f an anthem by the choir', eutllled -
L' Messiah Is llughlu came In aa Santa Claus, much to
King which
I I I John was
I ,I I B. Togni, beautifully rendered and thoroughly appreciated | the delight IIf the little folks The, line- =:: ROBT L. MOTTLOW

'I ''f i $1:r Metropolitan. I Saloon, 12.1: East Bay St. by the large assembly that looking C'uiistmnn tree was soon snipped _. cn:; ,.
pmtked' the auditorium. Of (its load uf "all manner of fruits," and --
Immediately COCOA and.TITUSVILLK FJLA.
1 I a'. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. following theanthem, Kev. J. A. Hughei, the many crowd wont home happy. cta ,

I I" Wholesale. Hiiil Itetall. ..... the pastor, led In an earnest and effective About forty of Indlanola's young people
.
I :if{, -- -- -. --- prayer. In which he especially remembered were present, as well as quite u number VI LLE, FLORIDA. Four full Quarts Whiskey DELIVERED 83.20$
from the --- ---- -- -------
i ,I. the poor and on I cast of the across river Mrs. Averll and

l { HOTELS, BOARDING loUSES world, to whom Christmas came with no Mr. Lyman were very generous, and !gave Southern Home -- .. _... -- -
'Joy and gladness. At the conclusion of each of the young folks a present, for

IL, ", AND OTHERS. the prayer, the pastor delivered a sholtbut which they received a hearty. vote of Mocking Bird Food.Fresh .
11 thanks. The ohuich. wits" tastefully
address very
appropriate on "Christmasas Jas. Pritchard So'n.
,,1 I JV V a Day of Gladness." bother inspiring decorated with palms, ferns and quantities c '
anthem "JJotlilehem of flowers" When a great bunch of
was renderedby
I beautiful roses was brought In, one who
the choir, !and then little buss Merle
,
c Scobla was spending Christmas. In Florida for
forward and
come delivered
recitation entitled, "A Merry Christmas a the first time, said l: 'They are not real ..Dea.Iers: Ira: __..

I to All" which proved to be one of the roses, are they P" Their sweet fragrance
I best events of the Miss Merle soot' told the story, that they had just
I
I evening
y' you want FrnMi .and Salt water Kind, OvHter.ttotirn been cut from the bush
i /,;, I Tun In, ..to., go to rt. H MELTON: Whole. showed perfect training, aud her childish
y *'tM and Itiituil KINII and OiHtnr o(..mil ,*e and City Market,Jackaunvlllu, Fla.I n....IA '.A 1..1 .11 _..__ ..._ _.._11.1.._
uvvi 1110 nuuttui iuiii. 'The Union Christmas Tree
was enjoyed Hardware
-- ;: I"
A very beautiful and interesting featurewas I by all the little ones, and many of the
the "Ulpslus' Christmas," In which older ones. The children rendered a fine
,
Citizen's Barber Shop. the entire school participated. Kli-st"
program of songs and recitations, and
I jame Master Mark Brown and Miss Ma- many little hearts, were made glad by 1
Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving bel Reynolds, who represented the "lost Santa Claus..
J' Shampooing etc., Porcelain Bath Tube children" who complained with tears B1 X212
; Everything- a treasonable rate*. that no Christmas delights could come CHRISTMAS AT GRANT.

t I ,;, I. II. COLEMAN, Proprietor to them. Then came tripping In tbe Our Christmas tree on Christmas eve
II Main street Jacksonville, Fla. Princess of the Woods-Miss Jeanette was quite a success and In spite of 35: 'Titv'i11e., :F11c.: : _
cents pound.
day. a
1 Wilson who was beautifully continued, threatening weather a good attendance every
1 Tv t and In cheering words, announced to was present. The tree and house both Prepared only by I
) the lost children that. they should have a were very prettily decorated. Tbe HENRY K. THOMAS,
; NEAR & TAYLOR, pleasant' time even If they were not In program was well rendered and was corWlien Chemist: & Dingglst La Villa Pharmacy.

I I a their comfortable homes. Closely following ...In.,._ .. A.'ulI. ... ....1..." .nJ _..nll_ Jacksonville, Fla.
Y SA4' Artesian WellCONTRACTORS the declaration of the PrloceHH, Smv'CI';+ ': ;.;;came'down the chimney THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

i twenty little ,gypsy girls gaily attired, I he was greeted with deafening upplnuse. Tho 33re.veryf1o ,

I : _-c l came upon the stage marching and singIng After the distribution of the Patented in the United States, Great Britain and Canada. I
i theIr Christmas songs, the buulen I presents, the people all wended their ( Went liny St., Jackaoiiville, .
I 01 which was that tbe birth of the Loid way home well' satisfied with the even- FINE: \
f"I t Ean Gillie, Fla. meaot joy to tile world-not sorrow Ing's enjoyment. PRICE 4.00 and. $<*.00 EACH. Shouldbe:) ) used by every Boat Builder In the-m:.& i.

,,( VVhvn the gypsies had finished their pleasIng Wines Liquors and Cigars.
contata, Miss Louise Brown acting CmtlHTMAS AT ANKONA. SEE THE TESTIMONIALS: FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS.In ;:

as god-mother; for the little band, distributed The last ChiIstmasvf. the century was Inbeuser-Uusch Extra Pale on Draught.

,. CANCER words of good cheer' in oue of celebrated at Ankona In a variety of Fine Cold Lunch Served Daily. Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in tie United States.For .
CURED' at HOME. the most exquisite recitations of the ways each family following their! own The best of Servian:) and a pleam.nt quiet
evening. Miss Louise shows unusual taste In the matter as nearly as posxlble. resort JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr Sale by :

''f NO KNIF1C, NO PAIN. ability for one of her years, and her recltailou Some went away to join friends, others Jas. Pritchard & Son t
Bend fur Tree book. Addrass was almost peit'ect In every detail! quietly ate turkey and talked of past Kxecutor- Notice. f
I.r The whole performance was exceedingly ChrlstniMsea at home. There were home TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
f' Cancer Sanitarium, beautiful,' and the large audience could Christmas. trees for others, and mysterious --V-----
13 IIEREHV!: GIVEN THAT THE
BELLEVIEW, A. FLORIDA. not restrain the liberal applause that fol looking packages found in mysterious I NOTICE". .. .a.. Executor of the Estate of ,
lowed. places by everyone: There wassailing Han Jeppnen, ..ileuuaowl. ,lute of Hrevaril
Don't throw I\wa.1your money buying The last event of the evening was one \ \ and (driving and altogether made County Klorluu._ beteby calls on all the crodltom -

_ 1"," indent medicines. Dr. Vincent's advIce which produced the greatest merriment up a very merry and happy holiday.CIIIUIf1IIA8 clans or, donianilH.1I"trlhllt..agnlntt{ amt all the pmnmns aid 'tMtate hnvina GAY '

else is worth a gallon of "cure all" A number of little boys, dressed as AT FOIST PIERCE. flf.:38 Jeppmrn, to fireneiit thorn to the under
I tulf. Write him at Jacksonville Brownies, appeared the scene and Kxecutor HaM Estate within twoyears
upon +
.
There being no public Christmas tree, ,or the seine will lie liarred. BROTHERS'GROCERS. &
their comical costumes and playful antics ,
This December:2Hth 19OO-
would have made Palmer Coxe's there were many private trees at the JOIN: BORREN8KN'
I CHURCH NOTICES turn green with envy. It was simply orlgl- homes ()f. many! little_ folks, oue.quite Executor of the Estate. of Hans Jeppton.
Immense-to use .common vernacularand I pretty one oeiug at me. nome 01 mere .

f ,Ii' Preaching services at the Methodist the audience roared with laughterand Maude Bevlll, where, at 8 p.m., the There Is but one Chronic Disease specialist I

church Tituavllle, next Sunday December approval. presents were distributed to the expec- of note in Florida<< -Dr. Vincent, of We make a Special Feature of our
!f" tant little well dressed Santa
ones by a Jacksonville.
Write him for
3Odr Then the distribution
symptom
f at 11 a. m. and 7 P. m., by Rev. came of presents
Claus. Another little tree
,It- I A, Y. Dalgor All are cordially Invited and soon the children were loaded wan lovely; blanks. Mail
: with that that of little Miss Mina Bass. Mlna was Order Department.
every ingenious( thing tbe mind I
Archdeacon H. F. Brown, will hold could conceive or devise. Thus ended the happy recipient of many tine presents MAINHARD BROS.
tturvloe. at St. Gabriel's church, Tltusvllle one of the happiest Christmas occasions and was delighted with Santa Claus. ,
1':i the :,10th Knowing how difficult It is In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES \
on Sunday morning, Inst., In the history of the Presbyterian church.
r at lliUU and Coooa CHRISTMAS AT EDEN. CHEAP, families can send us their coders with the assuianoe of having them filled I
: a. m ; at at 7:30: p. m. Great credit la due Mrs. W. M. Woodward Gleaning and Dyeing
.
Christmas promptly and carefully and know the and will be satisfactory.We
who eve was a very jolly: occasion ; we quality prices
so faithfully trained the ohll- '
Services .In the Presbyterian church, dren at the Congregational obapel, for carry the most complete stock of any Grocery Iloifee In,East Florida, aadlbu8>
:> "TUimvlllo, next Sunday, Deo. 30th, 1DOO\) : for their various the partand also the the little ones (Including all children Establishment 12 Newnan St., Clothing many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.,
committee for
taste In the
11 ,4. :Sunday School at 0:15: a. m.; preaching decorations. displayed under 200 pounds In weight). There cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. rr-; SEJfD FOR OUR PRICE AI T.E8TABLISHED.
at 11 a.m.; Song and praise service at was an Iterestlng program of recitations
_ 7:15:I p. m. All are cordially Invited BAPTIST CHRISTMAS TRKB. and singing In which each child acquitted JACKSONVILLE FLA.

; I' Rev. A. C. Sldordeld will preach next Tuesday evening the spacious parlorof himself with credit. The program, For Sale 1870.
; .&,ndaYJ Dec :31 at Uardeevllle at 10 a. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Screven presented which took up about one hour, was followed -

: m, at City Point at 1'IO:: p. m. a lovely appearance, the occasion being by the entrance, with a bound aa At the Halifax six
Daytona, on acres
-8. School the usual, of Santa Claus, who looked hale
day at City Point after Baptist Sunday School Christmas choice hammock land cleared fenced
,
e pwaohlng. All are Invited. tree, the committee having decided to and hearty, but not quite so stout as In and partly set with orange trees. $000. M. Lane & Son

church.have the exercises. there Instead of at the I, other attA./k days rte ,grin owing rfurlnir as he tha explained.iimfllAF., to ITa a. One-half cash, balance 8 per cent. ,

Canaveral Club X* unoh. b"art- all lth-iiu-); Address,
At 0:30: the exercises were begun by made the of COURTLAND
an approplate song by the school. This happy with presents galore, not forgetting BUCKMAN 253 WASHINQ1OX STREET, NEW YORK.
After lying at the Indian River hotel was followed by recitations by the little those earnest workers the Sunday 22 Hogan at., Jacksonville, Fla.

wharf, Tltusvllle for about a week or so. Misses Laura Penney, Adeline Screven school, Mrs.. John Miller and Mrs. Le- -. --
1 owing to a broken shaft the Canaveral : and LeonaCarrutbersand Master George Tourneau, who each received a beautiful the most peculiar and interesting Southern Fruit and Produce
Club steamer, Widgeon, again went on Walker, all of which were well rendered. colored girl to assist In tbe kitchen workat VISIT
In .
sight America .
\ th. run between the Clubhouse and Ti- Then followed a duet by Miss Aleph home. There were prizes for regular '
P.1! tMvllle on :Friday, the shaft having been Mime and Mr. A. B, Brown after which attendance. Miss Jessie Miller who THE FLORIDA.Ostrich .

..":, repaired by Merrill-Stevens, of Jacksonville the little folks were made happy by: the, by the way has not missed Sunday/:: in Comm-issiors.: : : : erchaz:1.ts-: : :::
\ and placed In Its former position. distribution' of the presents' five or six years received a beautiful
1
1.1 O. the launck's return trip to Tltusvllleoa Illustrated edition of Hans Brlnker, from Farm Co. SPECIALTIES: : ORANGES and
GRAPEFRUIT. and our quo
,, Saturday, the shaft broko In another METHODIST CHRISTMAS TREK. the Sunday school; and Miss Beatrice Stencils, Cards

place while In Banana Creek, and Engineer The Methodist Sunday School held Richards, who has not missed a SundayIn tatlons furnished on application.
t Bonton again took It to Jackson- their Christmas exercises at the above three ;years also received a first prize, JACKSONVILLE.
it itJ *fie, for repairs, on Sunday. church on Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. a fine Bible. A friend of the school also
itI It seems this atern-wheellaunoh Is an The services were opened with a song by gave two first prices, beautiful silver
t experiment, and It remains to be proved the choir, which was followed by a bracelets.: We predict that there will be f- r ) E. A. WA.DD ELL

weather It will be a success or not with prayer by the superintendent of the many applicants for first prizes next r. ...11Norlyrea ,

1s present machinery her. school. "Joy to the World" was sung year. .Santa Clans_ had sword. c.a:': "
by tbe choir, after which Rev. A.D. Pen smile for every' child, especially tne "uF Cosmopolital Real Estate Office
f made a short and without\ tie and be made visit ,
If In poor health consult Dr. Vincent ney address girls; a long so
31 chawk building, Jacksonville, Fla. further exercises the many pretty long that we fear some other school was

presents were distributed. left out. BUREAU of INFORMATION for CITY of MIAMI

Two House* For! Sale. CHRISTMAS AT Z.AGRANOR.
I J. W. Bryan of Lowder Ills., writne:
Union church, LaGrange, presented a and Dade
r County in
Two bouses In city, one 7 and the other' festive appearance on Monday evening, u.uyllttle: boy was very low with poss.monia. general. Loan and Collection Agency.

j S ,.onS, four blocks from Main street, the occasion being the annual Christmas .. Unknown to the doctor we gave
liavderaonville, N. C., In one of the best tree. This Is looked forward to with him Foley's Honey and Tar. The result Agent for the valuable TUTTLE ESTATE lands, located at Ft. Lauderdale,

parte of town. Nice lots, high and dry: great pleasure for many months previous was m.lgloaland puzzled the doctor aa It Ilallandale, Fnlford OJus, Biscayne, Little River, Miami Cocoanut Grove
lath hot and cold water. Gardena One By the residents of North Brevard. The Immediately] stopped the racking cough I r and Cutler; also the Estate of DB. CUTLER, besides many desirable water
has a stable. Furnished; rent $30.00: per first Christmas tree held on Indian River and he quickly recovered." B. It. WllsoafcSon. fronts; Fruit and Vegetable Lands of all sizes on East Coast and chain of ;t

nwnth. Price 2000. was at the above church, and for thirty-: Keys: : to Key West Orange and Phosphate lands on West Coast. 'r
ganttebird. standing to 18 foe
HENRY TWYFOBD, one consecutive :years the LaGrange hlirb, welKhln 1 KM to 400 pounds ea Hendersonvllle, N. C. Christmas tree has been the biggest FIXE CUTLERY, pocket knifes razors, BMW, eRas.ostrich sitting and baby ostrickesOaUlM For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
event of the Christmas holidays: and chafing dishes, Delpt ware. last balcllea.
I Iff Reading notice ads. on this page every year there Is something new and OEO. H. KVUTALO, all MOOT about! visitors the birds through UMirinMts< the farm' habits explaining ARMOUR A CO., Fertilisers, Chicago AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,Chicago

.lad live cent per line per week. more attractive! la the decoration The Sanford, Fla, plumage} W Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI. FLORIDA.JL I









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