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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1 LOCAL NEWS, TRY SAM A: PERKINS KING'S WALKER Sanford Is Dyeing. s HOOKS, Silver Novelties Gardner's. Cut Glass, Sterling Goods. Garctner'e.South IN HONOR OF MR. AND MRS. AMONG THE HOTELS. if,

\ ''ind Topics General Interest. at J. R. Walker & CO'"., Titusville.VICI SHOE -Attorney F. J. Webb spent; a day or Rockledge and Malabar Items H. M. FLAGLER. 4
\ so at Jensen the first of the week, to attend arrived too( late for this issue I,
:j -Mr. D. A. Blodgett and family of to some law business The ADVOCATR Is on file every week .t

THE ADVOCATE Grand Rapids Mich.\ have returned, to -Our readers -Mr. 11. G. Kent of Jacksonville wasa SIIARPKS FLA., Dec. 10, 190x.\ : at tho American Club, Havana. a'r.
would do well
to -
i patronize recent pleasant caller at this office.
11.50 per annum In advance. their winter residence at Daytona.A those merchants who nre bidding Editor East Coast Advocate: Where to stop In TftnsvllleP See TI-

\ $1.00 six months 'r FINE LINE OF POCKET BOOKS for patronage,: In theso columns. Attorney Geo. M. Kobbins hast been Dear Sir-It was the good fortune of tusvllle hotel ad on our 7th page.
to foreign countries. spending a day or so In Jacksonville this
$2.00 per an. and Leather Goods can be found at i i.Mandavllle'e A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE LINE OF week. the writer to be present to-day (Tuesday The ADVOCATE Is now on rite at all

i ;When you subscribe for the ADVO- Jewelry Store Tltusville Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoors, for CREX GRASS ) at an Impromptu reception !given In the host hotels In New York city '

UTK by the year it does not cost you -Miss Laura Houston who has been Christmas Presents at G. L. Mandaville's Carpet Grass Rugs FURNITURE See them, GRASS at J. honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Flagler: Where to stop along the East Coast it
three cents per week postage Included. In Jacksonville Jewelry Store Titusvllle.Mrs. It was such an enjoyable occasion that ffit V
, since September passed R. Walker & Co's., next week. the temptation Irresistible to give: you See list of hotels on pages 4 and 7. I '.
date of expiration printed upon through here yesterday on her way to F. O. Williams of "
Note Jacksonville .
Eau Uallte. -Mr. L. S. Scroble, representing the for the benefit of the numerous Ai>voCATK Mr. Arthur Marsh after enjoying a \
your paper or wrapper every week. This was a passenger on yesterday's train, on Clyde Line, arrived at the Indian River readers along the East Coast a couple of days' visit with his family In
receipt for your money. No need -Mr. R. W. Rhodes, after spending a her way to Eden to spend the holidayswith hotel yesterday. brief outline of the gathering at the hos St. Augustine returned to tho Indian

for( us to send receipt for subscription. couple of days with his family and hay. her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. pliable home of Captain W. II. Sharpe.Mr. River hotel, Rockledgo on Tuesday. I"
The date (gives It to you. ing a cursory glance; over his Titusvllle Robinson. HAVE YOU SEEN WALKER'S: SAMple Klsgler; who was on his way to ;
Mr. Chas. Peacock
has
store-which is still in full book of Clothing;? Walker guaran- his palatial home-Whitehall-at Pain sold the Peacock
under
is swing Mrs.
COAST ADVOCATE on S. of Seabreeze
EAST Adams
Tae: was a Inn Cocoanut
antel's a lit. Try him. J. K.: Walker Grove to a Mr.
ale st the following news-stands at five the management; of Mr. O'Neal-return- passenger on yesterday's train. en routeto & Co., Tltusville.Mr. Beach where he spends his winters decided Snyder who halls from the North The r t :
ed to Miami on Tuesday. Palm to pay his fl'lend. Captain !Sharpe
Beach and and
oentt per copy : Miami probably bad health of the family necessitatedthe .
S Tltnsville-B. R. Wilson & Son. ALT OUR PRICES ARE SPECIAL Nassau. She spent the summer at Hotel W. R. Coulter a popular representative a short visit; and this morning his spe sale
hotel. Aspinwall Lenux Mass. of the Johnson Coffee Co. clal train stopped at the station. Cltrrl-
Jaoksnville-Duval ,
"( News stand Union depot Every day a Bargain; Day One priceto New York was In Titusvllle Monday ages met the f.arty. which consisted As announced In last week's. Anvo-
all-that the lowest. We lead the ROCKERS-A USEFUL CHRISTMAS greeting some of his old frleuda. Mr. and Mis. I Plaglor; and roles rK.J OATS:, Mr. Jas. p. Vinlng a popular and ''

leaders. Dry Goods, Shoes, Notions Present. Golden Oak Reed Red aud R. Parrott J. E. InKrahani J. P. well-known hotel manager/ Is now In i
jf' Reading notice ads are ten cents Millinery Furniture etc., etc. J, R.Waiker Blue, Green Golden Elm, etc, etc., at MANDAVILLE HAS SOLD ALL OF Meek with and it. '1'. Golf and brought/ charge of the Jefferson Key West. Mr. '
peril neon. this pane.Pineapple & Co., the Department Store. J. R. Walker & Co's.? Titusville.Mr. his f1.rlllllolid:.! : Gold Watches but has them to Capt. Sharpe's beautiful home.A Ding bus a host of followers North and I

offer to men with small -Miss\ Myra G. Williams, of Rook- and Mrs. J. F. Hathaway, prom others, ranging: In price from $10.00 to goodly number of the neighbors had South and we have no doubt be will : :'
$40.un.) Call and them.
i see do honor who meet with much .
gathered to to the man success this winter.
capital. Look sharply for W. W. Luce's ledge is now residing at Guanabacoa inent residents of West S"mervllle, Mass., ,
ad on page: 8. Cuba with which place she Is much arrived at Daytona this week. They area Titusville\ public school will\ close today has been such a warm and staunch The Jefferson Is now ready to receive
pleased. This town is a few miles out. little too early for their old winter place for the holiday season, and will reopen friend to the people of the East Coast of Roosts, as "'11bo\ seen by reference to i
-Dr. E. E. Rollins of this place has side Havana Miss Williams\ says she of abode-Hotel Ormond. in two weeks. Prof. Teeter will Florida. our 7th page:

been enjoying a visit with relatives In finds the better class of Cubans delight leave for Sanford and Ualoeavllle to Among those present were: Mr. G. SIlanlee The Hotel Palm at Palm Beach
Bench
Jacksonville: and Green Cove Springs ful do Judge; M. S. Jones left here Wednesday morrow. and wife Dr. W. R. Vents' and ; ,
people-anxious to everything to will bo ready to take of
\tin week. to d<* some work on his orange: sisters Mrs. Jessie Keyes and Miss Corn care !guests to
make It pleasant for a foreigner.Mr. There will be a meeting of Friendship morrow. The proprietor Mr H. Stanley
at Klondike. The Is lla Yenta Miss Alice Caprhnrt Miss
grove Judge: an enthusiastic ; ,
HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPtion : Glad Chapter No 11, Kistern Star this Stevens Is making; some very notice. .
A. R. win, of Sherburne N. farmer and takes great prideIn Kato errand Miss Mamie Holmes
Heating Stoves for coal wood (Friday) evening at seven o'clock sharp.As able Improvements In the hotel
Y., who has been visiting his brother in his orange; grove and vegetable garden. iliac 1 Nellie Hatter Miss Clara Sanders. kitchen j.t. '
the officers for the them being entire and
oil, gas, or gasoline. GIIO. II. Fernald Titusville for ahout two months left for ermulng year will Miss LIllie Sanders Mr. W. fl. (Cresson an new .
Sanford Fla. Correspondents will oblige bv mailing be Installed a full attendance Is particularly laundry The whole kitchen force are
Miami on Saturday last. llf hauled In a 'apt.: S. I>. Bradwell Mr. I.. W. Spaf ,t.
their Items that will reach white and have been brought down from
Our Northern readers and lends, large number of fish while here and will so they requested. ford, Mr. J. W. Ballantlne Mr. Gen E.
this office not later than Roston and New York for the :
who are anticipating a visit to Nassau return about the first of April t<> haul In Tuesday next jnr- IF YOU INTEND BUYING Chester Mr. Will SpalTord! Mr. E. ESwlnson Hotel Palm especially '
Deo. 23rd: Beach "
to give o> r men time to get
Havana or Key West would do well to many more. He Is now hiving great them Into Christmas or New Year's Presents, we and Mr Chns., Alexander. Mr. S,
We close this
read the time table, 'published on our sport with the flsh In Bay liiscayne. Mr. Christmas type. office on advise our readers to patronize those and )(IS. E. P. Poroher, of Cocoa, were Hotel Colonnades, Seabreeco Is an up. .
4th page. Gladwin certainly knows( how to catch Day. live, up-to-date merchants who are asking also present. to.date hotel advertised on our 7th page J
fish with the rod and line. -At the Lyceum Theater Tltusvl1le.on for a share of your patronage, In the Mrs. Sharpe who as a hostess, stands This hotel( Is fitted with every convenience I tQ
-Mr L. C. Brannlng left here Sunday, Friday evening last Mr. T>. L. Left- columns of the ADVOCATE. without A rival charmed Mr. and Mrs and Is under the management of \
for Palm Beach where be will\ have -Mr. Wm. M. Brown president of the wlch gave an entertainment humorous Flagler and the entire party made a the popular 1\1\ r. Chas. A. Crelghton

charge of the new station this winter. : Bank of Bay Biscayne and vlce-presl stories and comic and serious songs; accompanied -Mr, and Mrs. G. deG. Schuyler and complete surrnnder. formerly of Rooltledge! People visitingthe I 1 ,.
He was accompanied by Mr. Phillip II. dent of the Indian River State Bank by the banjo and pianoforte. family, of Canaveral are now at Memphis The parlor of the Sharps residence East Coast should stop olT at Daytona .

t Wright. after a short visit with his family in Titusvllle He Is a pleaeingentertalner, and ream, where they say It Is very decorated with Florida fruits, flowers and ask for the Colonnades 'bus.

CLLL .1 returned to Miami on Sunday.Mr. has a good: very baritone voice. Mr. Left- cold, and I they long for sunny Floiida. and fe'os-was desoitod for the lawn. It will take you to one of the most com
AT F. M. TAYLOR'S PIIO'1'0graphic -
Gallery Titusvllle and see : Brown-who is one of the most successful wlch's dialect recitals were well rendered Mr. Schuyler studying medicine in for this, the Iflth day of December! In fortable hotels on the peninsular Q i
in this section the Medical' College of Memphis.
orange growers: and the audience amused the of grace, 1002: Is an ideal winter
his was kept year
samples of Pliotogiaphs. Flashlights 1 The New Rocklmlgo! hotn! Rockledgo
recently sold his entire crop( of o'noluK.1amollnl.lnl ; with the thermometer at 73 degrees ,
by appointment at fur over an bour.Mr. -=Tliera "nlll\ be a dunce at the Opera day under the able and popular
managementof
any tlu.e,1 to about fifteen hundred
(
I the shade.
Always- something new. I boxes to Mr. Terwllliger, of :St.: August, and Mis henry M. Flagler Mr. ClnUtm house Titusvllle The imii-lc next.will Thuimlay' be of a night; In On the beautiful lawn tile tabie: was Mr. 11. H. Shares Is a> house that Is
I superior favorably known far and near. Thosq
-Major P. M. wife and Ine. J. R. Pairott Mr J.I1.I Beckwith and with refreshments, ;
Taylor son, ord'r, and a huge; crowd la expect spread simple Cupt who have stopped at this. liuiel upoulc IDlilih ,
of this place went to St. Augustine, -Dr. llarwood Huntington, of New Mr. R. T. Golf arrived at Titusvllle Mon ed. as there will bo no oiln-r kind of and Mis. Hharpe, with.the assistance of terms of It' and those. who visit U
Monday, to get the advice of Dr. S. G, day evening, on a special, train. After a the ladles, did\ the honors. Many | ,
York who had been on a visit to his amusement in town on that: evening. young this winter for \the first time will feel I .o
short here they left utoUlit o'clockp. ,
Worley[ In connection with their little slay said that Christmas had come nine days
visitor '
boy who may have to undergo an oper- place at Enterprise was a pleasant I m., fur other points along the East: -Tlio house-boat Rose Marie, with ahead of time. much at home that they will patronize
last his .
U at this office on Saturday on Professor Frederick the house ngaln. Everybody: recedes
atlon. Coast Mr. and Mrs. Flagler will spend Solnllinu Commodore tlio mod a 1
It hoeno-
was: a picturesque
hi- winter home and 1
0 way to orange/ ':llIllItmae and New Year at their palatial Herman Nanthlntf and Capt. J. M. multi millionaire and hearty welcome at this "home from
est unassuming
-The Indian River State Bank of Titwvllle grove at Lyratta. On Tuesday" he sailed Palm beach home-Whitehall-and we Lnflln/ all of New York on board, arrived his, charming and) talented bride with home" Read the Now Rooklvdge hotel

-Capt. James IfrUchard president down to Titusvllle, and informed us he are sine our numeious leaders will join Irl'! port last night: and anchored her sweet Biadonna-hkefaco-the( centie ail on our 7th page I:
v ; Mr. Wm. M. Brown vice-president; was having a very pleasant time and the them off the Indian River hotel. the ,
ADVOCATE wishing a very During lawn
of the crowd upon the grassy The Hibiscus hotel Palm Beach Is
ud Mr. W. a.: Branning assistant cashier bad made some big catches of flsh. Sun He Merry Christmas and a (Happy New Year. past two or three weeks they have had which sloped under the ,shadow of the now open and Manager A. W. Frltscu
Tltusville
-have been sending out some very expects to again visit on glorious sport duck shooting and fish-
'
orange trees loaded with golden fruit; Informs that he will endeavor to con ;
will spend Christ -Capt. Joe Smith a former popularand
-
neat little Dr. Huntington
day. ;
calendars for 1003.Mr. \ The two former about
Ing. are now to .
and the palmetto' trees with their green' duct the hotel In flist.class.. style-giving c r
mas on Indian River, and will return to well known resident of Titusvllle
[ L, F. Pettee and family of New New York the first week In January; but was a pleasar.t caller at this office on return to their families New Yoik tospend boughs, and the old live oaks with their the best the market affords. His force b '

fork, large property owners at Hock will again visit Lyratta In February. He Tuesday. lilt has been spending the Christmas, but expect to lelurn limbs draped with swaying, down to the has boon recruited amongst the best In

edge, weie among Sunday's southbound has been enjoying Indian Riyer'u warm summer on the Gulf Coast and thought to Titusvllle later. water's edge, llevond nil, the boaullfu) the Il'telllne. The office force Is under }

wssengers\ en route to the latter place weather. he would run over toTltusville to look -Col. Chas. P. Ilrtrton, a prominent Indian River, calm and peaceful, as a the able management of Mr. Herbert

fro the winter. Mr. Pettee said they hadleaving after his property and see his old friends. resident of Boston and one of Canaveral" sleeping babe /tmtls; Miss Sarah Simon, once proprietress '
tome very bad weather before -The Boston Home Journal Boston's The Captain-who left for Sanford this Club's crack shots arrived Tltnsville, It was all a simple testimonial of the of a hotel Is the boiiH4>kfle p r; the v .I'

few York. well-known society paper in Its last Issue morning/ -was quite enthusiastic over Saturday last, accompanied by his man esteem nnd gratitude these people felt culinary department Is herded, by henry '
: "Mrs. J. E. Lanouette the wife of the Walton Self-Locking Tnokle Tackle servant. The /genial Colonel brought fur t he man who In bin quiet' war l/111<1 Robinson; while Innno Whaley presides
Beach-Mrs. Jos. (J. Gerry of Rockaway Lieutenant Lanouette late of the United Block and said he knew It would meet South with him his friend Mr.Oeo.il. m idw I'he Florida East. Coast a veritable\ over the dining-roum. You got excel .

: i if ii tar N. Y., accompanied by her daugh- States Signal Service, but now in the I with the first time he was shownone "Fearing of Boston, and after spendingthe Eden l ; and who Is now, a* lie has always lent service end cuisine for tJ.fiO: per day

4r5, Miss Mary Gurry were pleasant call- drug business at Port Tampa City. Fla., I of success the blocks In Jacksonville, by nlitht at the Indian River hotel; they been, ready to help the pwoplo. On Mr .and upwards. As a special feature of I IIr'
at the ADVOOATK office on Monday. came to Boston about the end of last Captain Walton. boarded the Club's launch Widgeon and. Fuller's, part It was appreciated an the Hibiscus there will be a strictly
I lira.they had been on a visit to Colonel and August, to study vocal music and certain left for the Club-house nt Chester Shoalson expression of goodwill to him and his first-class restaurant( attached which \ri '
weir logan( at Artesla and were on foreign: languages.: No doubt her friends -Mrs. Isaac Denby of New York; Sunday! morning Report says Col. Josh IJIIllmci said: "Rlclius 'spile' a will be In connection! with the hotel. ,r

way to Rockledge where Mrs. will be plansed to know that she is makIng -. and Mrs. A. M. Walker of Yonkers N. Horton and :Mr. Fearing are having great heap of people." Riches have not This should fill a long-felt want In the

Gerry has rented a cottage for the winter. : wonderful progress. The charming Y. ; sisters of our respected townsman sport with the ducks-making/ big bags/ 'spiled' Mr. and Mrs. II. M, Flagler. Palm Beach attrao'lons' and Manager; E

-R..fell'lng to a former popular resl- lady has a most beautiful voice and Is Mr. '1'. T. Wetmore arrived In Tltusvlllp every day. S. I D. u.TITUSVILLE'S Frit sob says he will furnish the very
dent of Iav destined to become In the near future a on Saturday last on a visit to Mr. and bust at the lowest costs. Read the ail. i I
tona of the ADVOOATE'S'alued
-one_ vocalist. Mrs. Lanouette has: and Mrs. Wetmore. The former-who -In a recent letter from Mis IiU R. on 4th page of this Iesne.CHURCH .
subscilbers the Nassau .(Baha- prominent doctors In mar office, a pleasant call <>n Tuesday Rates, former popular" school teacher In POSTMASTER. I a
three brothers prominent gave: II .
S.
Haigh Ohas : .Mr Arthus Titusville she "I'l"iiHe find I
York says
returned via Florida" and one of them Dr. A. B. Al- -Mt for New yesterday say- money '
flew York from England of Tampa, has Just returned to the Ing she had taken Christmas dinner with order for tl.ftO for another year's sub.tlCrlplinn The United States Senate, at Wash NOTICES.The .

j having by the steamer Yucatan above tree, named city after a very pleasant her husband for a great many years and to the ADVOCATE! which comes ington; on Monday, confirmed the appointment ,, '
spent the summer in the" mother likewise this comingChristmas. to Urbana III regularly every Monday of F. M. for
visit to his sister. Mis. Lanou she intended doing Major Taylor THiisvlllo Piesbytoilan Sunday
wuntry. Mr. Ilalgh will proceed to his week's and with Its cliat about "
morning kindly
Both ladies were surprised the postmastemlilp>> of Tltusvllle. There I
'"and home Cat: Ins ette and little son, Kenneth are staging school will meet at 3:111!i::! every Sunday
Cay In a few days old friends somewhat relieves the hum
,. in this city' with Captain and Mrs.[ J. O. to find the weather so warm oil their were three other candidates the field afternoon. I'I't
yacht Carlb. In the drum of a busy da,. I always appreciateIts Mrs. J. Norton t
n arrival In Tltu vlllelt, being 7S/ for this office, vU, :I. ,
RE [E [ ER.The Department Store Walton of (Back yo"DIG shade that day.Iardner'a. visits and would regret todl contlnue Mr. A. IC. Wilson and Mr. F. A Losley. There will be services In the Presbyterian .. I'o1o3ion

serves o. Hters Saturday evenings Try AUCTION, SALK: OF LADIES It. A cold wave has struck us, and we Major Taylor however hail the strongest church Tltn'vllle, next Sunday [
and Bicycle Sundries almost frozen-snow and Ice \ Deo. 91 I. 1U02: it 7 m. by Rev. If.
i them They excel. John K. Walker and Gents. Bicycles are everywhere political pull, so he got the OI1\CII. p. ,
Co., Titusvllle. I Stoves Heaters etc. My entire ( Flyers. and the mercury below goro." Congratulations l'r aJor. Kolgwln. i

I Stock will be sold on Christmas( Eve' How Is that you Indian RIverttes who Our residents will be pleased to learn There will be services next' Sunday) A

Furnished Deo. 2 i, 1902. Sales: : at 0 a. m., 2 ).I. m. Dressed Dolls Jointed .33c: ; 75c. are basking In the warm sunshine that Major Taylor will appoint. Mrs. M. Deo. 21, lOiRi both morning sod evening,

House for Kent. and 7 o'clock p. m. Kid body 'lolls .V e, 5Oc. 73c.; TOYS FANCY ARTICLES.Christ A. Hortmgeouriutslstaiitpotmast r. Mrs at the Baptist church. Everybody U

A W. 1'. GILES, Titusville Fla. Foxy Ortndpa and two boys "L2i.; max Presents, suitable for all ages. A Sorimcreour Is thoroughly experienced cordially Invited 1 to attend.,

pletely I seven room house, five rooms com Tool Chests . 1 60o, 73o.; *::1.611.<> liberal discount to Sunday School J, postof ice work, having been connected Archdeacon I). F. Drown will hold Divine -

furnished for rent until spring. Yawl Outing for Sale. Guitar\ Banjo, Violin Tubephones. K. Walker Co., Titusvllle.. with Tltusvlll postofHces for many services In St. Johns church Eau'
Address, "P. O. Box 33"Titusville Sawing! and Waste-Paper Baskets.. years. __
Fla. : Isllle, on Sunday next at 11 a. m., and r
C. A. GARDNER Titusvllle, Fla. '::3Op, m. Also In St. Gabriel church,
Length 20 feet, beam 8 feet, draught I DEATH OF MRS. WOOD. To Ns.slclans. Titusvllle on Christmas at 10:30 a. m. i
Tents tor Sale 14Jnches. Good Cabin, Two berths. -
Cheap. Wood-d'bla;;
.Address Box m Launch for Sale. I Mr. O. K. daughter: were A baritone horn for sale nearly new; Rev. C. A. Fulwood B. D., of St.

Protect your < trees andcFarland tender 4t Titusvllle Fla. among Wednesday's southbound passen ,cost $23.00; ; will sell for I1.0O.; Can be Augustine will bold quarterly meeting
plants from cold 50 tents Length 2.; feet beam 6 feet. Standingroof en route to ofOMr.On the same seen I at the store of services next Sunday sc lIma at 11 a. m.,
all lzes, for sale; and storm curtains. Mahogany Cato was the body Wood, who J. R. WALK en: *: Co., and at the Methodist church Tltusville

cheap.WM. M. BROWN Houseboat!! For Sale. finish pith Mahogany and glass; partition died of Bright': disease at Atlanta Oa., Tltusvltle, Fla at 7 p. m. The evening service will be I

Titusvllle, Fla. separating engine room from cockpit. last Saturday. The funeral took place followed by the Holy Sttorsrnent. Everyone ,Ilife.
For sale the house-boat. Rose Marie. Lockers under all eata. Pantesotecorkfilled yesterday at Cocoa where deceased resided For Sale, at Daytona. Is Invited' to attend. A. M. Dalger '
menllons: length 51ft.: ; beam 1.1ft.: cnshlngs. Hull copper sheathed. several years, before moving to (raster. .
f Launch for Sale. 4In. bead-room In cabin 9ft., Anchors 5 H. P. Aloo Vapor Motor safe and reliable Stuart. Choice Hammock lands particularlysdapte.1 ) .
; cooking utensils. etc. uses Kerosene. For further par- The many East Coast friends of Mr. for growing Orange, also Irish Basil and Jlllndti.
33 bedding Doors
not feet long, built by Geo; Gingrass; aills Addre.s. J.'M. Lafiin Titueville P'ls ; ticulars address. "Box 711; ." and Miss Wood sympathise with them In I potatoes. Will sell In lots of from 10 toO ,

one year old. nrst-class condition. C. F. Naethlng 11*, Fulton street, tf St. Augustine: Fla. their sail loss. I acres. C. BCCKMA Building Material and Brick at lowest J
or
gbepped with King engine speed *X New York City. 19m Jncksoovllle FIji. prices. Prompt shipments.

res. Dade County Land For Sale. Cook Wanted. Uco. 11. FIHSALD! : ,
!.aoDcb. care ADVOCATE FU. ,
Titusvllle, Fla. Launch for Sale.A -the northeast quarterof Wanted[ a cook la a small, private IMneapple and Orange Land. Sanford I'M'
I
For sale, cheap, house. Apply to -
of section 3 township boarding .
Yacht 6 horse southeast quarter J. D. ALHO.D.Fort and) land l'hl8wooclVantecl..
for Charter.2ltetpya naphtha launch power Choice pineapple orange on
Sale or 33ft 38, sooth of range 41 east; close toO 4
cabin entire Pierce Fla. WavcUnd and Hew.
between
neUhU engine; peninsular
Morris windowl. j'. Wood's pineapple plantation on I both the Indian Did. asked one hundred cords of
boat plate glassflags ill's, Point, fronting on
ht'38f g. 11! feet beam, length of the ; Lucie River; 40 acres. mixed f.o b.on .
Boat only St beautiful location our-foot pine,llghtwood or ,
leather cu.hlons. Horse for Sale. ,and) St. fuels Rivers
and northeast
new> sails everything old' *ood cabln .3.700; will\ Also the northeast quarter of near Gilbert's Dar Inlet. &1.1106 and line Fla. E. C. N,.. Right reserved
J will old. Cost new 38 I
for comfort. two years' of section 18, township ,
I ell]li bo I carter for the wlDter. Nice fam.r sell for $1,004) cuh. this bar- south quarter of range 41 east; on oath fork of Young/ /gentle, harness horse well 10 acre lots. Also new, three-room cottage to relent: any or all W.bids.R. MOSES, 1
for I to rent. Apply to
drive .
application ladles
Will to
furnish boat Make early suited for
I captain for 40 ;
r chartered. St. Lucle River; acrestVApplyo Address MOST HARUEK, C. II. JtACET, AllentV.tery"rk. *r A
Address Address. < ,
gain. CHAS. West Palm Bench, Fla.
RIVER, Fla. \Vaulaod, Fl*. 4t :
j alli: O, V. ROOKBA, lIo-rZL IfDU,1f Rockledgo, Fla. Titucvllle Fla. at Jensen,
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I she coir>red uligntly! as sbo rClut'lutJc'r.a Notice of Intention to Apply for .f tlieCsfptrationto: acquire the Palmetto i Immediately twt the GENERAL DIRECTORY
t +O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O.O+O+O+O+O+O+O+D+O+O. O.O+O+O+ plant s.iuI! proPerty of at Titusville. andF&atka
w. O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+OvD+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O.+O+O+O how carefully sIte had lookocj at every Letters Patent. Works and Fibre Factories for tim .Sllll lu cap-
,t and to pay'
Flerld.
o / 0CI3PJD + 'floorwalker sbe hud seek while IT. 8. LAND OFFICE
Wunciui of: the Corpor"tloa.
hopping. hal Stock and The buaillellil or the Company n. 8. Cliubn ... .... . . ,
/ IS HiCItEHYGIVEN THAT THE .bTconduoted' a Hoard of Directors con W. Q. Robinson.... .. '. . 'Ile"'I,,"
by ,,
.f! fMCOGNYTO II "This Is a pleasant iiurprise." be said. NOTICE '* |/; will k|>i>ly to the Hon. W. S. SIRllnt will for the that )ear of nine ((0) member and 0/lloos/ Gainesville, Fiorina: "

"'''bo t?" she replied.. ".\re you surprised Jonnlnit" Oovernurot Florida, at the Kzocutlve years.. of such number of DlreofnVStbVr U. 8. SENATORS.
utllc at T..I1".e""e." the ta|.ltol, on Ihe ?8"oe..bolden their regular "' ....t-
to find me b..re'i" And her for Letters ...... .. .. .. ..
0+ WUJj.layof J*>reiuber' A. U.. IIXM) election of.Directors shall donlgnate.' J. F.fallaferro oI'a".on'lI
) .; at f\ Christmas TaJ a +t 0 question was Inspired by the guilty Patent upon l the IToiioned Curter published Ue1 The log for UIMOUM-the will' from among their number.. and 8. RM llory.. .. .. ... .. . I I'. iiudaei,

t ;0 o* feeling she had herself. But,before 1<>w WILLIAM M. Bnowv, elect a p..hlnnt'of the Corporation, Vice Presl.leut., who will Borretary difiRrKobe7uMe i U. S. CONGRESSMEN

0+ +0 they had time to do any further sparring C. A. WILI.AHAM ? $ umtally appertaining; to such ottlce. I Robert W. Davis.... .. .. .. .IIU
o* ALLAN NlIe UD. .f jft.torsriirthe! Slat year will B. M. Sparknian. .. .... .. .. .
the hontenn' Tie Board< raul
and
= came along made ,
BY PETER McARTHUR W. 8. HllANNI.NO,
*>0o of WIIIIIClo M. Brown Le Roy W. B&dwun -
+0 ; confusion worne confounded."Why. B. 11'. GR... Consist Duncan D. i'ari'y' ('lU1rlt.1l N. Findlev FLORIDA LEGISLATURE

0+ +0 Mr. Falrchild." she began. "'Ineier George. H, Leenaril. C. A 'Willaban Allan k.Melul E. N. Dlmlolc Palm Beach. . 'I'nat,
+0 0+ W. B. Bnuining and 8 F. (tray who will K B. Raularson Fort Fierce, Repr.H<> "
FLORIDA EXTRACT nuiti
CHARTER OF THE
1 0+ Oopyrtffbt 1902, br Pet,r McArtlmr *o knew that yon and Miss Spnul- hold rtelrorHces until those elected atthenratISMSsiFS
/ ofO COMPANY.AJirKXK EXECUTIVE DEPARTMEN I IWm.
-ding ,
; were acquainted.
c ;O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+d+O+O+O+O frO4O*VOtl O+OJ lOlO'f G<0''O+O+O |*O I. The name of the corporation la .:iC.'k.r the nun-osa of eloo- B. Jennings.. . . .... ,
: I, tVOO+0+0+0+0+0+0+0*0+0*0+0*0+0+0+0+0+0*0+C>*0*0+0+0+o'f + 'Yt> or" not. I have never bad the the FLORIDA Jf.\TRACT CO-NIP: AN V.witU prin- otrlcer and transacting other business..of: H. Clay Crawford .. ... .. .. ...SecreLarJams ; .n''

pleasure of meeting; Miss Spauldlng.: cited vfllce at nruitvlile, FloridaAiiTKi.it the tine C r"tl these complications\ Instinctively resumed their acquaintanceship II TbeobtecMforwhlob thaCorporatlon "TH : 'I be held npiin the Wm. M Lnniar. ... .. ..... .Attorn"Y'"lIor( f
were "Nor I
I on the same artificial plane. of meeting Mr. 1 Pnlrctilld.; I 18 entaolislieil are i ia Illth day of January, ll11la, and upou the same W N.Sheats.. .. . .. Bupti. Publlo III'trllru", ,,]
A.LL to tbe widow. She was "nut," Rnld the bewildered hontes! ( ) To carry ou tba tnulnesM ..r mnktritr: limnufacturlnir da" In II. K. McLIn .. .. .ConiuilslouerArrluiltiil| ,
) 4,' and They played tbelr parts with a natural "I I buying, lelllnir, dealing In all naturisoiuinerCiaLznd "e'l' <.VrTbS'KlrdoJ. Directors shall havepower Alonzo C. <'room... .... .. ... .. c.'mlll'tl'oll ]
thought
careless, :and as saw :you talking to each of WMik.older Clifford/ H. ... . .
touch' exaggeration that they al maniiiaotured products; without I the or vote of the Footer Adjutant '. iirl
r as people iind a good other Just now." buying, selling and dunlin in woncln, plant, (. to make, .rtra: and rescind the John Kratlforil.. .. ... .. ..Buriejui.runcr]
't' time both knew would eem absurd\ : In .general : "I am sorry. but I am afraid root, fibres and palmetto and any and all |>ro- hy.lawlof* this Corporation fix the amount to R. E. Rofe '' '. ... ... .. .. Stale i licuiiJ
1 she was siitlsfled.! She company. BO by mtitval consent you are duota that can be mad from any of thouiiofiirixlucrtiiK I; be reserved all working capital to authorize ami Otlloos at Tallahassee Florida

r ; bad been the life of tbe ilasnolla they avoided each other *ben in danger mistaken. The couple yon saw talkIng manufacturing making extracting cause to be executed bonds,mortgage* anil llcim SUI'RICME!: COURT
were ntlrtrfy difti rout }'* and 8,1 II nl/" any and all product or thing that to the extent of One Hundred Thousand (too.lHK( JUDGES
: House in Florida, since eiu-ly in autumn of meeting when others were about. people. can be manufactured or extracted -I Dollars the real and personal property of M. n. Mabry.... .... .. .. .. .. .Chlut |,
upon qth
"Well, perbups: eyesight Is falling ,m..dtl'J'I'IHluced. libra, .. ....... .. .
and now that Christmas at Many of their evenings however were my roots palmetto' or thin corporation. F. n. Cartor. Atsoclati "IM,I",|
was
any other growth thing or substance) of prouurlnic With the consent In writing: t nd pursuant to hi.F'rayhor..1... .. .. I
I h4 band she arranged a celebration anda enlivened by piuuttuut strolls In the but you ,know one ,another nqw raanufaottirlnR selling .nd dealing In the vote of the bolder of a majority of the stork

f. neighborhood of the hotel and they enJoyed anyway and I particularly wanted palwetto. extract a tanning ..material and all I Issued and outstanding the Director shall havesowers RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS
tree for the exiles. other kinds of tanning materials; of producing and authority to sell, assign| transler or n.H. V._... n.___.".. chairman p_________..'.._ -- .-. ft..i......ft......,.,,
L On. the forenoon of the day before their romance Just Aa if it were ; you to meet. iiijLniifm>nirlnir. maklnir.: extracting and Bel Unit: .. mrwiha, d18110.e of the property of this. tcirporatlon ,T. L. Alorgan" ,. . . ;:: :::: :,::: "".,"|;"

I In a 1 book instead' of In their real lives. After she! bad. disappeared Fairchild any a",1 all jrtijuoes.rxtracta.ubstances. ,things a* an entirety.The J. 11[. )try an.. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .Klmlmiui 1",'j
I Christmas among tho arrivals were After remarked .I' and material, that c.n he proilitaert' manufac. Director may from time to time determine John L. Nooley, Jr., olerk.) . .... inanj<<1
two attractive a few weeks had passed Alias : turecL made and extracted from the palmetto whether and to what extent and at what, Headquarters and olllces at TaHalmiwu.' Hu
J young people who were KpauldLng was suddenly recalled to the "Don't you think that explanations' and other plant and 8uhatance'l t of owning: IIB times and iiuicesand under what conditions and

entire strangers tp one another. When city and left the botel while Fairchild are In order?" lug patenting: "and copyrighting tbu name "Pal regulation the account and books of the Corporation CIRCUIT COURT.
I. metto Kxtriwt. andol producing mantifartur or any of them hall be opened to the Minor 8 Jonas, Titumevilie..Circuit lui
I p : they Appeared on the veranda after was out boating so there was no leave. '1 do," replied Miss Spaulding demurely. I lug and waking a tanning material and of callIng Inspection. of the stockholders, ) but every SLoe aholder J. I>. Heggn/ : Orlando,. ...Prosecuting Attun..

lunch the widow approached the taking of any kind. Thus she passed "It la 'only a step to the con It (>v and Hulling: 'It uuiler that name; of buy. shall have the right of Inspecting- the I'IIrlogTern.-Fourth' Monday: Jn April
hit, selling:, (dealing In, anu holding< the ah..re"l stock and transfer book of the Corporation at Fall" rerm-Fourth Monday In J't>\embtr, ,
:
;young lilim.' out of Fall-child's life: but, for a reuou servatory. bimda and other evidence of indebtedness ofothercorporations all time. during business hours at the mam of

"We that he did not take the "I can't help wondering." be snOt nlIviltiaIs,and to assign lice of the Company at Titusvllle, Florida.. BREVARD COViArY! CC>URT
,. are going to hoVe a Christmas troubleto I. began transfer mortgage or pledge the name, and while The Board of Director may, by resolution A. D. Fonney..... .. .. ... .. .. .Count) 111"I
? r tree and germnn tonight -Would you analyze after returning to the city "who those two people were that our holder of stock to exercise the sainn..rights, Including passed b\ a majority vote of the whole Hoard, James E. AndrSw.Froaeoutiimg AIt'rnl'

4)l') not like to be never could prime a department storeor hostess thought she saw talking together the right to vote, that a natural person:" designate two or more of their number to constitute A. A. Stewart.. .. .. ... .. . County i Mut J
contribute for oonld do*.
something migbt! or an executive committee which committee "Spring Torn,-Second Monday\ in May 1Buininer
k the favors and;, attend?" A cloakhoufte without strolling in the ballroom.'" The following clnimes shall be construed both shall for the time being, as provided in said Terra-Second Monday In AiiKimt, I
through looking for a familiar face "1 am sure I don't know" she replied an objects and powers: resolution or in the by-law of Bind Corporation Fall Term-Second Monday In Novetnlier> I
.
"Why. certainly" answered Mr. Fairchild (b) lo manufacture purchase, or otherwise have and exercise all the powers of the Hoard of Winter Terui-Sucoud Monday In tebrimtyfCOUNTV .
among tbe sale gll'ls and pretty models "though for months past I have acquire good; ware, inerchiiiidlso and persiialProPerty Directors In the manauement; of the business
: for that was his real mime as be lIe never found it. however, and suspected him of being a floorwalker of every claws. and dusrriptlon,. and to Slid airalrs of the Company; which may be law SCHOOL BOARD.

b handled over a bill. Alias lie s6 hold o"n. mortgage, elli or otherwise dispose fully delegated anil have power to authorize the R. E. Mlms, Superintendent. .... ..Bonnventitrl
Sparling was becoming wistful was always polite. of trade d".111I and dtal with the mimoi
a very .
seal of the Corporation to be altlxed to all papers Members: J. M. Dixon. chairman. Tftiiitvllt.. IR
'p "Whnt name shall writer memory when he suddenly found himself "And I was certain she was a salesgirl ((0)) 1'u ....qllire and undertake, the goodwill wiiloh may require It. N. Andrews Cocoa; C'1'. Plattllir; 1'lenij r;:
of
franchise and 880ets
"
property' : every
2'4t1' Mr. Fairchild looked the widow face to face with Her at a very or a cloak model" he replied "be kind anil the nubilities, of .ant pe"ctll.llron. aavoolatlon tkntinfr Director their nor rnitrtttntlveterma the member of of tha office executive neitherthe COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

u1hJb: cause she loaned or corporation, either wholly or partly,
-- too much like a social committee the rrefddent nor Vlcr-Prosldnnt
J. R. Walker chalnnnn Tltusvllle iJ'
and to pay for the name in' cashstockot the corporation John
queen to be shall lie subject to removal nor shall their term Mint, Indlannla R. A. ,
--- -- one. They both laughed bonds or otherwise. : Conkllng, Tlllniun!! Iii)"
d To enter into, make perform awl shortened during their tenure. r Jones, Wood oy; J. Frank Hell \Vhlu '::11.He1l1ar .
1 heartily: at the\ impressions they had ( ) carry The Dlt-ectora shall. have power to hold, meetIngs -
kl"a Hesslona held Brat uimonta.
for lawful art '
out Contracts of every and any Monday i
I made upon leach other and finally to haveone or imioreofilce.aiut to keep theI"Hk" .
un- with nnn association or
JA purpose any person, of the Corporation (except the stock and
derstood bow the whole 'misunderstanding corporation. transfer books)outside of the State of Florida, BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS
; (e1 'fo draw, make accept, emlorm discount
had oc urred. Then at such place as may be from time to tlm designated ..
A. ,
us they execute and Issue I.romlaa..ry notes billx of ex. D.l''lIey. Tltnsvllle. ..Conntj I li I c'
bonds debentures by them. Jan. E. Andrew. 'fltllll.!lie. ... .. .'
found each other more Interesting in change, warrants, and other LImo ninend 1'roftt \
1'ho right to ,
1J negotiable or transferable instrument Corporation reserve A. A. Stewart, Tltimuille. . .Count)' i"lel,
4 their proper persona than In their assumed alter 01 change any provision' couuilnud In thin F. 1'. WuoUjn Cocoit ,
f To or otlier- Tax ASHCi
J t; ( ) apply for rculster purchase 'i
Charter in the manner prescribed bStatllte, K. W. ; i Tltusville;;; :::. : :. :::. : ; :
partH It Is not surprising that wlhe ai.nufre;' and to hold own into and olern.te.and Hull. : lax < ollu I u rj
to sell) assign(/: (grant license In respect of, and all rights' conferred ou ntoc k holders herein I, .1I..Ioye..tu8vlllo.. . .. .. TrimaunK. ,
? riN before the Mention' ended they bud deckled or otherwise dispose of a d deal with and turn arc granted: imbjwnt to thli rencT aLbum K ::11111111.onav"l.ture.. Bnpt I'uli 'n,.,'
Iti order to avoid any further account any and Inventions, Improvement, A urn; LH VI. The bOlIlIt"llnliob eitness l i f the J, (I. Fries, Tl'iiHvllle, . County Sunev.J. ."
I Hundred( Thousand
confusion formulae i>roewi.eis trade name and trademark Company "hull not exe'elilme P. Unnvn. Iltusvlllu. ... . . HliprliT.
that It would 4e.> a wise move (tliiOUii) ( ) Dollar, and other ""Iobtelh.pa""balluot .
*, copyright, letter patent of the United of J. Cockshurt LaOrange .lief 'Istratlon UllknTirUSViLLL ,
In
be oieated
4.T'1 when next visiting! the Magnolia: Housi State*, anil of an Tor all foreign countries and CXCPH 'rwemityFiveTimoilsanti
but In the
rights of uil Vlnds.ft ((2&INHI: ) Dollars fixing o !: TOWN COUNCIL
I to be III a position to Register under the patent In of the limit the preferred stock shall not be considered I ( .
( ) To conduce business any States } A. Follt.lllavor' Van Worley marshal in'
Indebtedness.
., 3 !laDle! name. Territories, Colonies or Dep ndencles of the a* the : tax ooll-ctor-. K. Minis, Jr., clerk nml trai: '
1 IN Wir.NKSS; WI1KREOF ullrler.lguedbavo
United States In the Dlatrlut Columbia, and of liver I John henry, tax assessor; J. It. VnlkiV. '
joined ns subscribing Incorporating thaPLOKIDA
: In any and all iorelim countries to have one or <"A.l\lorllau.: L. A.ilrady, 1'.J.Hallalll' I I
i In many ways you have doubtless pie- omens therein hold EXTIlACf COMPANY, each of thtetimsmihudcribing
wAr to purchase mort- rarruther. nounciluien The council iiveiUrst
ft41 bared for winter; but how about yourself gage aud convey real and personal property, of the common for stock the following of the Corporation number of share which Tuesday in each montb.TITUSVJIXff .
without limit aa to amount In Uliy inch State,
? Is your system prepared for tbe Territory Uulony District or for- are to be paid for In proppru. :labor or servluos BOARD OF TRADE
__ harsh weather, the sudden changes that Delendency the at a just valuation' to be Hxed bv the Directoryof
__ sign Country, but to law (}. )t. ..
will have to contend with? If not thereof. the Company at a meeting) to be uallod for Rohhlna. president; J. M. Dixon, Ire
you
that purpose, to wit: over J. n. ISanr, sec-rotary. Meets soaoml Ytei!
yon should take Or, Ilarter's Iron Tonicat for ih service) To remunerate any to person be rendered or oorportlon WILLIAM M. HumvN<< .,. '.... Boo ..harea.C. uesday night in each montb at their rooms

once, for It not only cures, but U also log or assisting rendered to place or or guaranteeing in Iliac the A. W ILL A u A v. ... .. .. I 10( "iuuro*. FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS.

safeguards your health by strengthening plaotnK: of any of the eliarea of stock of the corporation ALLAN N. AlRDt>, .. 108hnr1'8.'V. .
or any debenture ur other securities S. BitAXplNU.. ICsliures. Indian River IxulRe, No. IN)), bold Its meeting
and the .
invigorating system. 8. F. HIIAV ........ loshure*.
of the corporation or In or about the formation ha; second and 1'0UI.tlt Friday evmlnWof eiu
or promotion of the corporation or In the conduct WILLIAM : Bitowx.of or Tltusvllln ".Iorhla.C. month, at their loilfjQ room Indian River hole,
v3t << __ Nov f 'eln\ el.I,," IleirnrdlniK I>re..e.. of it* business A. WILLAHAM, of. 'lltnsvllle, r'I<.rld.... at Ta: i o'clock p 111. J. u. Walker W MF. I

i A London justice has Just 'made on (I) To do any or all of the thing herein 'Bet ALLAN N. fluteD: of Tltnsvlile, Floilda. Morgan, Seo'y,
\ wi W. S. DHANMMI! of 1 1tusville Florida.
forth to the same extent a* natural person mightor
________ .4 important decision regarding ''dress cunlil do, and, in any part of the World. B. F. QUAY of Tltuavllle Fluridut.. ORDER! OF! EASTERN STAR.

t r i 1 : makers' disputes. lIe will not have (ji: general to carry on any other buslnen STATE OF FLOlUnA\ }j FrlemlHhip, Chapter No. 11, hold It* muetiiiL
1 dresses tried 100' In In connection with, the foregoing, whether manufacturing BKKVAUD COUSTT J In the Alasoulo, Loilue roonu. ''lltnsville on tli.
urt because be
c or otherwise and to have and to exercise On this 25th dityof November A. D 1002 list'uuHtlay in each mouth at.B:idH o'clock p. in
"had long since come to the conclusion all the power nonierred by the law of sonally came before me. .William M. hrowo. C. add the Iltld I nu'Silny in each month at *..1<
that with ordinary dresses Florida upon, corporation to.modInler It* A. Wlllahan Allen N. Medd W 14.hranimtngiumd Vclook p. in The lolloultiK are the ofllteri ,u"
;: any lady Statute ; It being hereby expressly provided S F. Uray. each. to ma personally well known tile Indict. : Mra. (I. M.llnliblns, worthy matron
Xh could wear a dress to make It look aa that the lorejrolnu; enumeration of S|,eolflo power and each of them' acknowledged to. uia that ha I>r. H. It. WilHon worthy patron ; Mrs. ii. I II!
If it did not fit" and he was also ball not be held to limit or restrict in any signed the foregoliig i barter. Wilson aiwoof'Ha. nmtron Mr F. A. lIlorJ:1I1I
perfectly .
F manner the powers of the" corporation.The IN Wir.Mi.HS WHLKLOK,'I have hereunto set telCl'rrf'rlrM.' ; It.. C'. rtcrliiiKeimr. erretur
satisfied thut "any milliner or duration of tile corporation shall be Fifty ny hand and official seal at '1'1'n8vlll", Florida., Bins Katii rttHWart, ronduui exit ; Mr Jnl.n A

+ L ) dressmaker could pull It about and nyeur*.K time date Unit In till* certiflcaie 'u It''ell.I HnW;""., aHRiiumte'' oniMuvtri'KH, Mrs. (t. W. Slit
111. The Corporation shall be authorized I (SEAL] F. \IOIIIIN.: ble. Adah ; Mr. .1. K Wa kir Unth; Mrs. F. A
-' ..' make It fit when It did not do BO.! to issue c..pilllbtllck to the extent of Two nov28dec UAi otafy 1'ubllo. Morgan, Lather; r", J. I I.. Currnther, Martliu
.
Hundred and Fifty Thousand, ( .''IItK"t) Dollars divided ;Mr. 1'. T. \Vuiuuie, Marnbal ; Miss Zauilio
Into '1 went>-rive Hundred (t 600)) ) shares of Stewart tleutaJixecutop's>: .
Favorite Family value of Hundred ...
KenicdyvFiequently the par tine Dollars .ch.ol
:N tice
which One Thousand (limi') allures. shall be pre- : .
accidents ocour in tbe house lerred a* to .h..I".n" alone slut shall be entitled .

hold which cause burns outs sprainsand to Demi-annual nim-cmtulatlve dividends at ", Notice.
the rate of Seven (7)) per o-nt annually if the ALL COJCCHMi.I> TUCK: :NOTICE 'f'f.\T'
bruises
; for use in such oasis, Hal- same. shall be earned and declared, by the Board 011. t'. lirown. u* SheillT uml, t-xntrli-l. N-
lard's Snow Liniment has for many yeni of Directors; and the balance i he total, capital, .mlnle'atur. of the h;!tnte of 1. t'. Krluk T all whom, It .
been the constant fo.vOllte family i emedy. stock, amounting to t'Ifteon' Hundred (.l,(U(1)) deceased, ha fll"d his sit gestion lit writing of lu iv iinoern
: share I ,,111111 he common, tuck he insolvency or the estate of aid "lecout-ed. hi' HEIlfcl'v!: OIVEV THAT 81:0-:
2.Jc;
Uii 60o and $1 1 at 13. K.Wilson & $ou'a.rwo Tua bolder of tne, preferred stock shall not be Therefore I |ier, .on. huovingclsiuu. against hi NOTICE, .. from the ito e.>t' tbl* norltie I will

t. entitled to vote at any meeting the stockholders estate am hereby reqtioed to appear and She present my final..u Counts' to IIonoraM
and Bhalk not be entitled to >'ote at any iheiu prnporly nuthfintlcated' In m) Court on or A. D. rennev, C oiiiny Judge In nt111c Jirevnn
Speech* on n Postal cVrd. meeting of the Director*. befnie. the 4th day ol April 1UO8. Countvi State of vlorlilu und apply for Letter

Julius Parshlng. a musician of Akron The c"I.ltallttock or surh part thereof alt may: Ordered this> 'Till day of September A. D. 1903. of UlKuiliMnl an l 0. has ba decided upon by the Directors mar be so u [Seuilj' ] A. D. MSMjyEY!; ,. lei>l'i*''u, lute of the County of Urovarc, State pi
Just completed the task of
for labor service validation Florida
property or at a Just dticeused.
,t.1 4 'MADONNA AND CHILD," BY DOLCE.I'.r writing two of Tom L. Johnson's I Ispet'ches of Hticn property labor or services to be am-27mar County Judge. .HHy SORENSBN

-________________ _ Axed Directory of ilueCoiniuautat a n set Executor of Estate!: of Haus Jeppsen.
't as reported in the Cleveland :hog bY.the such purpose> it being the object Sf- The ADVOCATE dimes job printing. Jensen, Fl Aov. Is, i'JUJ.: lam U-uir

*. squarely in the eye and said: I fashionable Christmas ball a year Plain Dealer fliirinir_ the-- mmnnlim----r--- un--, I

L t$ "Mr. Marmnduke Weston." later. on an ordinary postal card. There are --- -- -----

} g45 In the evening MissSpuulUIng/ was "Why, Miss Sparling! he gn p'd. 3.000 words In tbe two speeches, and -

4 ,, 4 sitting in a cozy window seat! when tbe "Mr. 'Yes ton I" she! said, with equal the writing Is properly punctuated.

j widow came rushing along. surprise. In a moment they were both Only with a magnifying glass can It be

bnck playing their parts anti rend. Pursuing worked six hours and
;f4 "By the way" she exclaimed "we again,

forty minutes writing the speeches.
j 1' 4 are one couple short for our !termft n. /
lie used no glass and did most of tbe
: tR Will yon not Join us? 1 have just by'lamplight.
H&ff and Half.The work .
learned that your name Is Miss Spar _. -.. ""
,' dyspeptic well be 'an..
ling. may represented This is the season of the year when the

.. "Indeed,".snld Miss SI' u1Jlng. laugh. half pictorially feminine as being and half masculine and prudent and careful hoiu.mlfe replenishes ) ,
combining the least
/ lag AS she roue but not correcting the desirable characteristics of either her supply of Cl I Rm berlalo'I C"UII h

I S error. "I shall be very glad to join in He has all the tubl>ornness of the man sex. Remedy. If is certain to be needed before ,

1 ; the c1n nce." I with the -peevish irritability the winter is over, and results are

JL.: A few moments' Inter the widow Introduced of a sick much more prompt: and satisfactory han:
It is kept at hand and A NEW INVENTION.
lie's given as soon a>1 I
!Mr. We toll to Miss Spar woman. not j jp
the cold Is contracted and before It has .
54 ling and( each thought: It was a One home pleasant or company abroad.Dr. at become settled in the system In almost

Joke on the other. They entered Into Pierce1 Golden every Instanoe a severe cold may be warded ,

the spirit of the occasion with the Medical oft by taking this remedy freely as

l abandon that usually characterizes dyspepsia Discoverycures and soon as the first Indication, of the cold Recently Patented allOver the World. .

Christmas merrymakings and finally, other diseases of the [ appeals. There Is 'DO danger In giving It

tI as they moved toward one of the pleasant stomach and associated tn children for It contains no harmful

.. nooks x>f the veranda after dunce organs of digestion substance. It Is pleasant to tak-*-both
adult and children like It. it and The Walton
? the mental comment of each upon the and nutrition. Buy
you will get the best. It always cures. .
other It renews physical I-.
was. "Dances divinely) For sale _ _
health which carries by all druggists and medicine
The conversation was naturally unprogressive dealers.
with it cheerfulness I _

1. so It is hardly to be wandered of temper, and makes : Danger From River Pollution. Self-Locking Tackle Block

at that after parting they carried life pleasure insteadof
The pollution of rivers and streamsby
away very distinct Impretulous. a penance. .. : ,
She bad found the tall curly haired The "Di covery j the discharge into them of town Made In various shapes and sizes of

athlete : purifies the blood by i sewage and manufacturing wastes Is 5 WOOD IRON and BRONZE.
very Interesting/ while he found : : : vi WjH
L the serious fac eliminating the cor- : fast becoming a matter of national importance -
>d girl with the large work; equally well with rope, chain or
I wistful eyes puzzling. rupt and poisonous as affecting tbe health of wire .

t i' So It accumulations from communities along their banks, says rope.
% was not surprising that the foil
,i. ,: lowing morning Falrchild looked In which disease is bred. ':'":" ')" the Municipal Journal andEngineer.Caution / Will work at any height, upside down,

,. the hotel It increases the activity 'i:..):". horizontally, or at any angle and11\
,
register to lint where Miss of .:
the blood. :
: :.:
p : ,:. stop and lookjat any point ..
Sparling had como from but a careful making glands so .: 1::: ,

;: tudy tailed to reveal her name In the increasing the supply -:. This la not a gentle word-but when Invaluable for every kind of business

1 1.J book. A mystery surrounded of pure rich blood which life you think how liable you are not to pur- where I Is
.1( her that gives to chase for 73o: the only remedy universally ajblock needed frequently saving .
was certainly worth penetrating be every organ of the body. It gives new the labor of
life and known and a remedy that has had the one man or more.!
f I trcldml even without any thought of new strength. sale of
largest any medicine In the world for
I Your Nothing lie it
'OoUlen hanging stretching
becoming better acquainted with so formed a wonderful Medical cure I.Discovery-write Mr. M* pwv since 1863! for the--cnre and treatment of 4ul .:; ,tl I or -
H
charming a young lady and be strolled House Charleston. Franklin Co. Ark. .! had Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles 'I wires

:, 't out to smoke his cigar and ufedltaten the they..ver wont caw""wAftcr of dyspepsia, Ihe. doctors _y, that without losing its great popularityall I 1'' _ if Addressall| communications to
trying *even doctor and
*
the subject ."rythlnll I could" heat 01. with no benefit I these years, you will be thankful we fl

i '0 F Shortly after Mr. Fairchild left the tried I l>r. i'lerc*'Gold.n Medical OtKovery and called your attention to Boschee'a Gorman I l ( Capt. J. O. WALTON. Inventor. '
111 now ant cured. .
!! Syrup. There are so many cough remer.
fflce Miss Spauldlng entered that .
central Accept no substitute (or"Golden Med. die. made by druggists and others that 133 St. Botolph StM Boston, Mass.
I bureau
'L of information. She began ical Discovery." There is nothing"just are cheap and good for light colds perhaps I .. I 1 ( i .

.' looking through the register but on as good" for diseases of the stomach but for severe Coughs Bronchitis, fIILI, ) Factory at the American Construction l L

\ .1 ;no page of It could she and any record blood and lungs. f, Croup-and especially for Consumption, ( J( I I I ti I Go's building,235 Atlantic A\'e., Boston. M l I
t t'I
tot tbe Interesting Mr. We toll. But The Common Sense Medical Adviser where there Is difficult expectoration and I \

'1 1: after all her Investigations be continued loo* large pages in paper covers, is sent coughing during the jilghta and mornings 'I : I 1 I ti1 tI

r just as much of a mystery to her fret on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to there Is nothing like German Syrup. I Sample Blocks can be seen at the AD- I I)

l, I as she was to him. pay expense of mailing only. Address ,Sold by all druggists In civilized\ world. 4, I TOCATK.office:: Tltusvllle. I I ''I
Dr. R. V. II 1 I j
,_",>>'beu they met daring: the day. they Fierce Buffalo, N. Y. G, a. GJUiL"I'Voodbul'7: N. J. I I


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COAST ADVOCATE. DECEMBER lU. 1902. 3 t
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Professional, :' Qards. 'RHEUMATISM i i {

=--- but no longer 4. It wns ni

M. ROBBINSiiATTORNEY THE OLD TIME' CHRISTMAS effort to touch thrni. With dlBTppoIntinent : ) I Women as Well as Men
on her fiu-e. mother tiled
to ninkins
GEp AND COUNSELOR" CURED AT LAST. see their Iwu ntll'O. Once more wt Arc Made Miserable by '

tried tr> lx happy, once mole we made I.
AT-LAW. B.T EDWIN. L. SASH. an effort to ovt 'One' HIP Inrliicrce of : Kidney Trouble.

I practice In State and United States Good News For All Who Suffer II\ I our misdeeds Tbon n 1:(oener reiillsn.:

Kill '' tlon of our ulna came over UII Soin" Kidney trouble preys the rind discourages t .
Court. upon
With RlteuiitntiNin ;* Let's nod a bit before the blaze
Freer I11 one." nbhed.. and n-e one and nil turned and lessens ambition: beauty, vigor
Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA. To all who suffer with Rheumatism 1 I l Amid the quiet gloam away, bursting Into I tenm. 'Mothci ......u.;.,. and cheerfulness soon ;wci
r will gladly "..*.>nrl_.. *iico" .me i woDdertul.L And live again those Christmas day pleaded, begging to Know what win 1 disappear when the kidneys .
,
u OAULDEN of how my mother was cured .after years I Away back there at home. wrong but we could not tell; we couli r are out of order
D. suffering, together with the most elaborate Seems like the children of these times t.l- or diseased.
treatise on Rheumatism not break her heart with our \lct.ed Kidney trouble has
ATTORNET- .T-LAW, lished. ever pub Have notions all ao great; nI1"'t'" tried. to stop( weeping trUn 1 become so prevalent d

No matter The things that cost but cents and dime \ ( that It l.i not ;
In all\ the Conns of the stated what your form of Rheuma" J to look nt the gifts which Snnln 'Iutl"hod uncommon
Will Flotilla practice, and the United State Conrte.r thou Is, whether acute, chronic, muscu They don't appreciate.We brought but the terra OIUIKT tnRh'rn tl \ ;. for a chllJ to be bornaaffllctcdwithweakkl
at lar, Inflammatory, tleformant, sciatic, IIti faster. We bin-let, our bvudi III ItI,
.o 1101 233. TITUSVILLE FLA. neuralgia U \' a M= neys. Hjhe child urln-
gout, lumbago -
etc-no mat- her dip and give way to our grief:
tor how How --i. .AIM too often. If the :' '
doctors did. well I
many have failed In recollect while Helen walled: "Oh mother. lv< urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child Mp.
WEBB, your case-no matter how socalled Our famous Christmas tree- Christmas for But
F "sure cures" have many spoiled every one reaches an age when It ahould be able to
towiiteto you tl'led-l want you The grandest pageant, I expect. we'll never never play with onr pres control the passage, It Is yet Afflicted with
ATTORNEYATLAW.WI11 mother was me cured.I and. let me tell vou how That I shall ever see. outs before Christina! ngiiln!" bed-wetting, depend upon It. the cause of t '

practice in the.Courts of- the 7th am neither a Doctor nor Professor ._. We didn't buy It In the town; 7 :Mother understood. The tears Htnnined the difficulty U kidney trouble and the first I
Taxes paid for non-residents simply a plain We down her face while she gnthered Circuit. man of business
-but I trudged a mile or so these
and rents and accounts collected.. have a CUKE for Rheumatism .j her nrtiiH. Fnther said nothing, but Important organs This unpleasant
and I To where It grew and chopped It down trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
want to tell 'croHHlng the room looked out of the
TmrsYitLB, FLORIDA. everyone who suffers with And hauled It through the snow. if kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as '
Rheumatism all about It. I wish to be window. We sobbed and sobbed until most people suppose

clearly understood, and trust that all we could sob no longer. Then we duel Women as well as men are made ml- r
D. PENNEY, who are suffering with this terrible disease our tears, and mother 'put away the era bItS with kidney and bladder trouble i'
A. however apparently beyond the f I couldn't eat a bite of sup toys for we did not want them.V< and both need the same great remedy. ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LA\V, reach of cure, will write to me this day That Christmas eve-not II resumed our pirate life with meek and The mild and the Immediate effect of

and I will send you by return mall this I couldn't sit-was bobbing up chastened spirit Ill befitting the fern Swamp-Root Is soon realized. Itjs sold .\i.i I

TirusvitiBi FLORIDA. work of mine. I appeal especially to the To hang about and spy. '. clous deeds we did. for the pirates hnll by druggists! In fifty- \, I
"chronically ill" who are wearied and cent and one dollar >-
Never again would i N- i
Will I practice In all the courts of the 7th discouraged with "doctoring" and to I And then when I had done my chores learned a lennon. stored Pnnti sizes. You may have|. : (,
Judicial Circuit.: those who havo been cast aside as "in- l With heart right on my lips they capture a cargo by sample bottle by mall ,
curable." All have Clans on a rafter shelf awaiting the< free also tell- t: ,
about .
you thought I saw It through the folding doors, pamphlet ROD of _.OO
Rheumatism may be wrong. Let me tell Agleam with tallow dips. glad Christmastide. Ing all about It. Including many of the) ..
G. A. FROST, you our experience. Surely If you have thousands of testimonial (alters received ''h-
Rheumatism or have a suffering friend, Ballard's Ilorelioiiiul Syrup from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, it will pay you to investigate my offer, mitts Immediately relieves hoarse, croup; & Co.. Binghamton N. Y., be sure and !' "
anyway, and prove for yourself these The gifts I got a pair of conch rattling and mention this
In all the Courts oppressed, rasping
Will practice of the 7th
claims I make. By mother knit-bright red difficult\ breathing; Henry C. Stearns, paper"t
Judicial Circuit. Bend me your address to-day- postal And father had employed his wits i it druggist Shullsbnry, WIs., writes May

TITUS YULE, FLOIUDA. card will do-and I will mall you this To build a fine new sled. r 20, 11101 : "I have been Belling Ballard'. .
wonderful story. If you have any Horebound Syrup for two years, and ''II'
friends suffering with Rheumatism no An orange-things too small, no doubt, have never had! preparation that ha _,

FREDERICK A. MORGAN matter where located, send me their To suit a modern lad / given better satisfaction. I notice that "

address and I will mall them a copy. But 'twas a Christmas out and out. when I sell A bottle the? coma back for ,
Abstracts Title. My address is VICTOK RAINBOLF. The best I'vs ever had. more. I can honestly recommend II.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE B'oomfleld Ind. 2.o: oOo and *1 at It. U. Wilson A Son'n ,

[Copyright. 1B02. by Edwin 1. Babln.J ------ ,
Loans, Notary Public. MRS. NATION AT HARVARD,,
Tbeuh nol . .'l"1:'."-. '
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Collections, Typewriting,, Stenography. er of the Kenerul! l-"l oJUv Miiuws thin I )IRATES.- Temperance AdT. I.'..'" Rerptton 4? I I

TITUSVILLE FLA.. the United States dlsiiiom'd of 1U.4SS. THE CHRISTMAS br the Student. t4

:535:; :: acres of public land UI'lntbp lust Carrie Nation Invaded Harvard Mo-

0.A. FBOST.. WADE Q. JONES. yeur. These figures arc not so surprising (continued from page 7.) mortal ball, at Cambridge, the other

FROST" JONES to many people as the fact that the elephant the bleu tins n<"M>p, bate ana tried to beg off but she made us takeIt. day while Boston the students dispatch were to at the dinnersays Now,

government has so much land to dispose balls ships and sleds books skates; telling us we neat be well when York a Herald. The reformer appearedIn .
REAL ESTATE AND of. the theater for our dolls. could not enjoy
INSURANCE morning rants or we the visitors' gallery after having
Loans and Collections. The grownups began to get mysterious : the prpnenta Santa::! Chum" would bring snatched cigarettes from the mouths

lie Found a Cure. and to talk often of Christmasand and we hud to pretend to want It. We of students on her way In From the
TITUSVILLB FLOJUDA.GEO. the joys It would bring but wegrew heard her tell father she believed we Mrs. Fred Unrevth. i' '
R. II. Foster 218 S. 2nd St. Salt Lake gallery she mode her address."My
I
Biiddor and sadder as It apepro.'hf'lL '_.. ......
would have measles or some other president City, writes: "I have been bothered with : dear boys. she said. lifting JiilBlblo :
for It could bring no surprises Iliu-bur, .MlrtuMAUr tt
A. and she' undress, tucking
fever helped
.WORI.KY. dyspepsia or Indigestion for 21 "the saloon Is bitterestenemy.
years aloft your
.
first born I did not
for us. We mlll"l'th.! \ Joy of my baby wn
have tried doctors without relief us In and kissing us tenderly tbe r
many do know that 000< "
Why
you seem to regain itrtngth although In* .
aud for the first time In my >
ATTORNEYAT-LAW. but I have found a cure In Heroine. I anticipation mother always does when we do '
way
000 like are In their which lie conild. '
young men you doctor gays m. a Ionic .;;
/fQeneral practice in State and Federal recommend it to all my friend, who are our lives we learned what sorrow not feel well and crept up once or today because of the saloon," ered vary luperlor, but Initttd of fcttlitj y'
Courts. All business entrusted will afflicted that way and it Is curing them meant. realization of the wrong we twice to see us. graven The hall echoed with crlns of ''ObiToo better I irtw'vetkir every dy. My has. ,
receive prompt'attention. too. :50o\ at B. R. Wilson & Son's. bad done came home to us. We would In the Intervals we talked orrow' bail too bud I" !band;> IniliUd tM I takt Win of Cardui ;,

General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, The students pounded on the tables for I week and M< what l Ii would\ do fer.ma. '
Miami. Cure Blood and] Skin Diseases I did bee the medicine and was very
anal and
their plates with their knives
to find strength and health !
MIAMI, FLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE grateful my
Itcliiiifjr Humors. Eczema< forks. lowly retu-ning. In two wcekil I WI' out
: LABOR Scrofula Etc. "My friends," continued Mrs. Nation,, of bed and In I month I wu able to take
AGENCY "I am Just like other woman." usual dutlti. I am very tnthud.tle .,
| & any up my
EJIPLOYM!: r OFFICE.A write and
Send no money-simply try "
F There were cries and groans of "Nol In It* prelM. ;
Botonlo Blood Balm at our expense. A
M. BECK. personal trial of Blood Balm In better I I If No! Nor and "Shut off on thnt score"' Wine of Cardui reinforce the organs

Shipping Master than a thousand printed testimonials, HO Mrs. Nation took a diplomatic tack of generation fur the ordeal of prfff*
Hotel help a specialty. don't hesitate to write fora free sample. "They tell me that I ought to go to Eu nancy And rhildliirth." 11 prevent inl.- <
10 South Laura St. If you suffer from dicers eczemascrofula rope. They Bay that they will introduce carria,{e!. ."Vo woman who tuku Wine .
JACKSONVILLE; FLOIIIOA.( blood potato, cancer, awing sores, nt .w mo to royalty. Hut I do not have .of Curdul need. four! the coming of her 1 '

!Itcbinii\ skin, pimples, boils, bone pains, 4 to go to Europe! to see royalty. I have child. If Mr. Unruth hail. taken '
; 'R'I Wine of Cardtii,) before her baby came
swellings rheumatism, catarrh or any f
,
: d before me now
CTEPHEJT weukvned
been
E. abe would !
FOSTER mitjmve
advise ro
blood or skin disease, we you '
,
Screams of "That's right, Carrierfollowed.
take Botanic Blood Balm (U. B. B). ihe wa*. HIT rapid! recovery: should
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW recommended for old obstinate "My dour boys" Nhe'rrpuut- command his great nmiudy to every s
Especially of rd.' "If you want to see the fairest Jewels expectant: mother. Wine of Cardui
seated malignant '
doep canes ; '
'
Sims Building\ blood, or skin disease, because Botanic 1! jl ? In all the world look In your ownlooking regulate the menstrual! flow t

JACKSONVILLE; :, FLA. Blood tulin ((13. B. B.) kills the poison in 'I\ Y r gliiMHOH." Napkins. bread, t
the blood cures where allege fail,heals I ;" ti platen knives and fork by the hun WINEorCARDUIt
every note, makes the blood pure and< I r II dl'l'll were thrown Into tho air. The .
GEORGE W. ALLEN rich, rives( the skin the rich glow of ; "I'.;.,". 1, ball rumbled and roared until Mrs. Nation .

health. li. B. B. the most perfect blood "I I .. yLfta' dI dIW made) her retreat.It ---- 1
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, purifier made. ThoroiiKhly/ tested for.'K: <'.:t ,x. .", 1I
-KEY' WKST, FLORIDA. years. Costs $1 per large bottle at drug ocr. } news 1J I
To It sample of "Y': will be the mother nf
Will stores. prove cures "
practice In the United States Balm Jf' small children to learn that croup can hi
and State Courts. Blood Balm sent by wilting Blood : J ,
OjunOSAT { The first sign of croup hi
trouble and ,
Describe >
Co Atlanta! Ga. prevented.
in sealed letter I' j.< A day or two before the attack "'
advice sent .
"
free medical '" I
medicine !. j"-' the child l becomes hoiirse. ThU liIIIOH
S. "ThU is an honest offer- i
BURNIIAM M. D. :r \
rough cough
:.it''V followed by peculiar
: (
lent at once, prepaid. .
"I Clmmbei'laln's Cough Remedy freely -
L. (Hive| ,
.
SURGEON: and SPECIALIST ,,' an soon an tho child become bourne. Seeds
'I ...' ,. or even after the rough cough appear.
Ear, Nose and Throat. Homes :iir\ '... mid it will dl-iiel all symptoms of croup .... )>IM".j by wi f.mw,. .
WEST PALM BBAOH FLOKIDA.1TR. Virginia t't,'! '/'. r In thU WilT all, danger and anxiety maybe N.qp"1 ant. wr.lr.e. eal...'.tluwntn.. -. It.. L J
,.. .
used hilt' lar'
r. 'ryua avoldnd. This remedy I III by many ,}.HIY." rNRylllre.r.P. .ft'../
Yi I has been ,..,.. All
> t thousand of mother. Hnd never 1d" at lla larrwL
....
HOUOUTON'S You learn all about Virginia Lands, : ;:no known to fall. It In, In, fact the only ._.....i..y.ld"', ".1C54...,,,.II.w1. "pl'lI.A....... I
Its resources, products, mode of( ouUtlvation ""I' : medicine. that cnn iilwav bo ..1"Jlelltilldnpon D. M. ..IU' a 00.. J
that la I and safe III O.trolt Mia"
and :
pleasant
the .
rending
FLOATING etc., by '
APARTMENT prices <
DENTAL ;:; and ,med
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. I take. For sale by all druggists/ S-v
on the "DentoB subscription to the cine( dealers.
furs; montliH i t ti i ---- -- -
Farmer Co., Emporia, Va. t "
Now AT PALM BEACH. ., t LARGEST RUG IN AMERICA.Mud The Largest and Most Com-

Foley's-- In llrrlln r-.'.,. dew York Cbam elate Establishment South. i :

Kidney Cure ; tier of e..........r.*..

makes kidneys and bladder right. -- One of the feiitureo of the new building CEO. S. HACKER & SON, t, :
f H L l! A 1. -liiiiit' of cninmert-e InSI'W
of the < >cr
'XTED-A TRUSTWORTHY OENT.Kman York thut' him attracted great nttcntlon .
or laily in each oounty to manage d7t7 ,
lm""el"'' for :. old establlohed: house of ;( IM (be eiiuniioim "rug uporl the f
IOlhllinanclainanlllD. I:. A straight, bona fide & ot tin (urge assembly,
uiiirbl floor .
.
W..kly cash ..al.'. ., of $|g.OO paid by check arch
'II1arl8'o.wednalaywith' all .peniiei! direct from head- "OUR LADY OF THE ANGELS," BY BOUGUEREAU. room. Th'n: rug Is R hnnd, tufted Iterlln, t

Times
fully of the ordeal before [ 111111 the I'W'urk
BAN N ER ,SALVEthe Qardl/r4i/4' hate given anything to undo make It but 4t I I I nerved out-Helves to be pleased when rug IH ttuvliirgeHt nod handsomest carpet -
If for nothing would l which has ever
; could not saw tbe automobile to carry the woven In one pl.sw|
most- healing .salv In the world. .l u h Q: rlgbt. Mother bustled about workingto doll we with pink: cheeks and chestnut tarn lirdiigtit to tin United Mtiites andIt .

-- -- f&ArYd make it a happy Christmas, yet medl-she I I heir, with eyes that opened and shot is .<, heiiyy Hint It took fifty men to
00 YEARS'EXPERIENCE worried over ux, dotting us with with magnificent silken gown; the carry It Into the Clniiii! 'r of Corn merco

flnc4 and tens she thought would help drum mnjor's cap. the horn that IJttls building.It t I :
UH. Hut they" did UH no. good. for she Boy Blue would blow, the dishes! for was hand woven In Jermany, and
br could not know It won the guilty conscience the little mother the sword and the *ts enormous size precluded Its being MAJfUFACTUBEIia or ,

1t rather than the body that for the fierce pirate, the nodding shipped In the hold of the stennmblp
+ needed 1I1'1I1111TboH bitter doses gun elephant tbe bleating sheep bat; and wblcb brought It to the United Htate*. Doors, Sash Blinds, ,

filled our cup of woe nlmont to overflow. balls, ships and sleds, books, skates, and It was therefore placed on the

TRADE MARKS DISEASES lug yet wv took them rather than owed tell the theater for our dolls. No one must deck packed In a specially! made cine M( n Id ing & Building Material '
for we had solemnly total weight of tbe
3 KIDNEY the truth seen them, we lined ca_ The
DESIGNS know we bad ever
COPYRIGHTS Ac. she must never know. W* agreed to would be overjoyed at getting them we package was more than three tau Cfllce k Wareroom King opposite 1 7

.:arme.nndlne:..:;? .werr.dn: nor a.kNM..n nplntnn fro dMcrlptlrn wh tb..r m an y of all die cheer up aud be happy, and when she but would forget our sorrows and our sins. Coughing Hpell C"ii"e l J>eath. Cannon Htreet.Charleston (
!::.u"nn' 1.prohably pat.nt.bl.* ('' .. the most fatal was there we played at pirates dawned. In'tbe delight of S. C.
naq rMtiyennndanthil. Hnndfoookon:Patent are necessary to victory Morning "Harry lJuck"eU. aged 23 year, 1'o
mat! 'r<"' Ulde.t nee r nMrpkj'.Jtk.kwth had not the heart expectation the little ones woke early death. early yesterday morningat '
: choked to
/ : oII= :: tpnnScicitific eases. lot to the little one*
cb. ..Cb. and generally miserable and mother called OH, asking anxiously his home, in the presence of his wife Sash Weights Cord' and
i Jlmcricait KIDNEY CURE Is I Each, day we looked more and !less how we felt. She made ns dress fearful and child lie contracted a slight cold a ,
fOLEY'S Rained and became paler and thinner of cold and wondered that we did few day ago and paid bat little attention Hardware.
"h..ion A handnmelf" of Ilin.tral.e "''''''y, Parses.. rein. Buarantaid Inclined to ent. Tears came easily to not tx>g to go down !In our gowns and.lIpPf'l'1I. to It. Yesterday morning be was seized
any 8ft1.ntIDo :lnum. 'l'.rm. (3 a those times life was which continued
.r .,et. Bold gall n..deal.ra our eyes and In We tried to laugh. but could with a fit of coughing Glass
M 'NtriO Co.aeleealtw.New York refunded. Contain full of misery. not. Solemnly each one dressed andfiled for IIOme Ume. Ill* wife*eot for anothercougblaaspell Window and Fancy
money silent he could arrive,
were before
or but
we clan
-Blanch OIllGe" Ira r Bt,WwhlMto"D.C.: remedies recognized by eminent On Christmas We tried eve bard to be livelyand down the stairs to the Joys that came on and Duokwell A SPECIALTY.
for and listless. might have been ours but for Iteieo'sfateful .ulTocatloo.-StrLonie OIofemoer.t. ,
OLD best died from
the tbe coming
LEAD for
FOR In as of expectation
SALE qaantlt -
full "
any Hore-
physicians secret 1001. Dallard's
Dec. 1, Tar i
at who
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ADYQOATB_ office and Bladder troubles. day but did not deceive mother extra We entered the parlor. There about hound Syrup would have saved him. 2.1oBOc :\ Foley's Honey and

Kidney Md JUW. sent us early to bed giving UII an We tbe tree lay. the toys, oar at last and /l at B. R. Wilson Oc Son'*. forchH SOc.(
cures Fofey's Honey and Tar D. It.PRICE WILSON 1SOX.: strong dose of the bitter medicine.
colds
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':1" EAST COAST ADVOCATE tErEMBEK 19. 1902.

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JAMES.: PBITCHARD: President; WM. XL. BROwN, vlce-presldett

A MERRY' CHRISTMAS. S. BRASHINS, Asst. I
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. ,
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INDUYLiiiv rf BANK
The ADVOCATE wishes everyone STATE
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AWSSKt-T. JODB1IAI.DBVOTBDTO TH DBVBborMxxT of its readers and their relativesand
or Tan INDIAN lava, LAK>
friends a Christmas.
"I WORTH. AND..OAlNffAl.fOr1UN.. This season of the Merry year should indeed Biliousness COUNTY DEPOSITORY" 1

,tr PUBLISHED AVERY I'BIDAY. be a joyous one, for it is a MaKesChronic -- Authorized capital, $1 lOocoaPaid
et + time of good news. Glad tidingsit up capital. $25.00

9y ll 4 CABLKS H. WALTON, Editor & Atblieberf was that the angel brought to Invalids. Average deposits $10Ooori i

this sin-stricken world : "For unto -
Discontinuance of sdvtt, mint be made pernally When the liver is the -
torpid, bile enters the blood asa
) !! at this' office or by writing. you is born this day in the city of virulent potion; then comes that train of Liver Ills Transacts a General Baniiij
i41 David a Saviour, which is Christ

4 1 Check etc.,may be made payable to CBABLKS the Lord," and tbe news is just as

/ B. WALTON publisher.Address welcome and just as sweet todayas pA5) Business
4'
+ it was when 'heralded twenty IllSalld

j f't all communications EAST COST ADVOCATE to centuries ago. May the time has Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rive;

11. TITU VILI. FLORIDA.U. ten on when there shall be "peaceon Tonic Pellets are the only Treatment teat gives Exchange bought and sold on all Foreign

earth, and good will to men ;" the liver just the right touch 'and starts Nature's Countries.Putronaue .

s. S. Department; of Agriculture "when men shall beat their swords work in the right manner. The Pill touches the i 't appreciated. Prompt nervier, poUi
into plough hares, and their spears t treatment,and every favorconBlBtunt with CUIJi
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Tla.i into hooks liver the Pellets tone the system. rvative banking granted.COKRF.BPONDENT8 .
pruning ; i
i Sample and BooKlot Fr... !
The following/ is a comparative statement "When the war drum throbs no longer. i i 'Seaboard National Hank of New York, anj
k of temperature and rainfall for the And the battle lings are furled 1 \, Complete Treatment ,7. ., .- National Hunk of Jacksonville, Via.

.week ending/ Tuesday Dee 1C, 1002. In the parliament of man, eel; as days a* cts. ,,,,..:<<' 'VILL FLA.
i trim ... ::10 rl 1TU.
--1902-- -- The federation of the world 'if: '... ...ot<
N.", ,.....a Q.
WIN. MAX. MIN. ------- -
MAX. The -
+ DATB. ADVOCATE to-day in gala --- ---- -
10 77 69 76 fiR dress, greets it patrons all over the '
11 80( 71 78 114 FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
It't 12 70 70 74 70 United States with "A Merry, Merry i TilE SOUTHERN
: 13 70 (JO 78 68 Christmas," and peace and good i

It 78 04 78. 73 willto, all. Christmas comes to us Sol by U. K. WILSON SON. TITUSVILLB.!
15 7tf 60 75 64 Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
16 80 71 (14 64 as it does to all of our readers and ------------- ,

s': Total 'rainfall for the week: 0.61 friends, and through the kindnessof i
*
'' Departure from normal rainfall for the our supporters we are enabled to OF GREAT VALUE.

a week: mlr'Ji 0.02 Inches Departure celebrate this festive season in a =-- Vitrified Paving and. Sidewalk Brick.....
from normal since January 1. The, Bunion's Hrownl Calendar i* Very ,
fitting way. We have no Christmas
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Compl.te.Ramon' .
IIAL. P. HABDIS, Observer. tree or long stocking but in our Offices foot of ITogan Street, Jacksonville Florida. Telephone No. 262J
we have given the best Brownie calendar, published .
1 -- pages you by the Brown General Manager.
Manufacturing MUNNERLYN
t Company, J. ,
4 1 we can, and this is to be our share Greenevllle, Tenn., in tour colors. Is aa o -
GIFTS..
HOLIDAY in your Christmas happiness If complete and useful as anything of the w --
you do not like it, and think we kind ever Issued. It is especially valu-
Why do you look so downcast able on acoounh of its Weather Forecasts .......
f What do I hear you hay! ? ought to' do'better we will be gladto which are based entirely upon scientific :L:4I : CO MeMurray[ & Baker
D "Nothing/ to give to peopleOn know how to improve upon our calculations that can be relied up ,
l Christmas" or New Year'. Day 1>" pink paper with the support we receive on. The numerous calendars Issued -I i- S
A -
You want to be makfttft presents: that attract attention for their Q
from our merchants. Our beauty Jacksonville Florida.
i 4 Well, now jltlt think awhile advertisers have enabled us to do alone are not to be compared with the ..... sa.: : ..... 401.413 East Bay Street. ,
Suppose you look In the class, dear Ramon Brownie Calendar, for Its value I.
with smile. more than we otherwise should cannot be is -Makers and Jobbers of-
I And present youraelf a over-estimated. You can tell .
1 bumllo have been able to do; but there area at a glance the rising And setting of the so a cy4O

v Then And make give them up a away\to of the troubles Past. few of our tradesmen who might sun moon, the, the days'moon's length constellation, 1 the phases\ national of the 03O p I Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

M He owns such a croony junkshop help the town a little more, by sup. holidays\ church days time medical advice 0 ,
7t' Whore worn-out worries are cast. porting the town with their '
papers weather forecasts for the different .. Bfw Saddlery Rubber Tires.
Just bundle them onto the old year I
s' F % I ads., so that strangers who are states.-The Wall ham (Mass) Evening ,.
And let him I them ,
; "' And next give a lilt heart of away hope, dear, looking for a place: to locate in, Times, Nov. 18, 15)02. .fJ- car: First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.
Size of Calendar 12x18 Inches.
"' To the new year blithe and gay. may know we have some live business Copy -- --
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mailed by put bllshel" for five two cent
And then give praise to the best things men in this county of Brevard. stamps. Mention the ADVOCATE.: _
,, 'd In the people you meet this year; The merchants whose ads. you will Lumber and Building Material.
w r You may be surprised at the gladness1Tou'll find in these columns are biddingfor A It are Chance -d
\ find if look
you my dearI o
and ,
they are
patronage
) your ,
hurt -
. t And when you are by t--s
t t Or faults of tbe folks you know, telling you about their goods' whichare A tine, complete gentleman's residence '' o Cbv :: Vie keep everything required In the building line from the brick foundation to
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Just toss them a bit of your patience, varied and beautiful. Theyare large stable and 10 acres of land close to COCO the ridge cap Including;
And a word of pity or so. merchants. SASH DOORS AND BLINDS PAINTS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE. i
d I thee leading of our; a growing town. Trains, etc. It; couldbe c:: I
town, and w<* want you to patronizethem. used for a boarding house. For particulars = ;KIT-SPECIALTIES$ : Masurys Paints and Varnlshesr 'Neponsett & Parold Roofing
Despite the resumption\ of mining The display of Christmas write the owners. Paper.

in the anthracite coal regions, goods in the windows of our stores ,Address Ilendersonvllle"Box Id4,,"N. C.. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.

and the efforts of the railway coinpanies looks quite cheerful-and Cbrieti-,

to get coal to market, the mac cheer will be in the air until

conditions, we understand, in the the coming glad day has numbered PALM REACH.TTTT&TSCTJS Hodges <& O'Hara

. } New England States, are still far itself with the past. Titusville's

., .a: from satisfactory, and, although merchants purchased large stocksof THE & PALM BEACH, FLA.f ...Manufacturers and Dealerslin...

tbe coal strike is Aver its effect will holiday goods early ; and, there .- TJNDEK NEW MANAGEMENT. Rough and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.

' t4'' ,4 be severely felt In many quarters fore, are abundantly stocked to ,Superbly situated between the Atlantic Ocean and I.ake'Vortb. Excellent Dressed

'a', y all this winter. meet the demand from any part of Table Courteous Service. Home Comforts. Rates, $2.50 per day and up- Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable: Crates. Mouldings, Shingles: etc.
? the East" Const. wards. First-Clans Restaurant attached to hotel.A. Mills and office located\ at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
i W. FRITSCU, Proprietor. any part of the State. Address:' Hodges. & O'llara, Buffalo Bluff, Fla. ,
And In this Christ-
MISSISSIPPI will aim Jo show nl now, happy I
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tbe World's Fair specimens of everything cans time, when everyone wishes'one ---- -

manufactured:(frown or produced another well, we take this opportunity The Oldettt Established Grain and Seed Home In the State.
Broadway and 41st Street
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i'' in the State. The appropriation to thank you all-our Hotel Yendome

is $50,000, and Col. It. II. subscribers, our advertisers and the NEW YORK CITV. 1

of our job ,printing office -'tTJ'm.. A..Bours:: :: cSc Oo.
Henry is making a thorough canvass supporter FIREPROOF. :aOO rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toilet
the State with the view of for your kindly patronage and
of ,
rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms fl.RO; large rooms *2; and with
ly having Mississippi placed in hei Interest in our Journal, which has private bath $2.150 per day and upwards. Tbe management I II! under the personal GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
made this ,
beat form before the million of visitors Christmas such a Joyful.
supervision of the owner. FRANK QRUEN, Manager:
1 at the World's Fair. one for us. We thank you all, and
WISH YOU A MERRY, MERRY ,,,, Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers

THE heavy sentences passed by CHRISTMAS. e 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
iA t THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
Judge Jones at the ITrevard'CircuitCourt ARIA: for PUllna Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
I w ; recently concluded at Titus. Indianola. .
All kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the above office. :
,l ville, ought to be an object lesson .
LETTERHEADS NOTEHEADS ENVELOPES, BILLIIEA, SHIPPING
for evil-doers. For the murder of

a' 4 an old colored woman by a white shipping John MacDonald orange Is busy. packing and TAGS, CARDS; etc., etc., printed cheaply and expedltloualy. P. :Huhlman c& Co.

woman and a white man, the Judge O!
U Mr. and Mrs John L. Crawford, Mr. .
sentenced the former to'the '
; ? penitentiary and Mm. John Carter, of New York and 261 Washington St 1 1 NEW YORK. '
) for life, and the latter for Mlsa M. Baracman, of Battler, PH., Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company.United 03 Murray Street. J f N. Y.
l twenty years. And yet some people reached here, Friday last, Rod are stopping -
.;, claim there la no justice for colored at Oak Cottage, while getting their State Fast Mall Routes 1I'0r- .
people in the South. The above house In order.Preparation. .. ,' KFT! WEST, CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES VIA WKI'TAMPA AND MIAMI FLA. HEADQUARTERS FOR FANGY- .
H entirely disprove the statement. I are going forward for a Proponed alllnirs in effect us shown below. Subject to oliange and postponement without notice.
, neighborhood Christmas treenot a !Hun-: MIAMI-KKY WKST-HA.V AN"LtSlC.-Commenolng October:29, I002.-LEAVINO' MIAMI. F1orlda: ran.ges
day school tree) to be /given Carlatmas Wedneeday.Satardaye..It:04)p, In Lv. Miami Ar. soo: a. m. .....Salnrday..Tne day..
Thursdays. Suiiilnyn..UMp: m Ar Key West Lv 7:1X1: pm .... .Fridays, Mondays.
ORANGES are now being shipped night In the club-house. All are Invited Tlmradays' ,Sundays...... .. t3apm Lv Key West Ar 8:3Opt ..... .. Fridays, Mo..I...,.. and Gr ti Xrult.: :
1'k in large quantities from Indian from fur and near, to come and enjoy Fridays, Mondays' .......... SKMam Ar Havana Lv 1UOOam: .. ... Fridays, Mondays, 1. .
River and are bringing fairly good Santa Claua' vlalt\ with UB. PORT TAMPA-KIIY: WEST-HAVANA LINE.-Commencing Oct.JO, 1003.-Leaving PORT TAMPA We represent several of the largest shippers in your State and wish to represent

The Indianola baseball club boys are 8 prices. Our groves are looking excellent busy on their ballllrouod., to Mon Wed., Frl ............. 5dipm Ar' Key West LvlOUMpn.. ... ....Tiles.,Thur., Bat.' you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 :years.:
trying
# while the get Mon. Wed, Frl. ....... ..7:30pm Lv Key West Ar 8'J pm..Tue.Thur.Sat.
; pineapple plantations It cleared and cleaned up In time for a Tues.,Tuurs.,8t........... ft MO a m .Ar Havana Lv 11:00: : M. .... ....Tuus.,Tbur., Sat.MIAMINASSAU .
never looked better. On the game Christmas day. As it Is new .
: LINX.Commencinglkoember21.1902.Lv :
f !II whole, things in general on the East ground there Is a good deal of hard workto ESTABLISHED; 1870.
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Bandar, Thursday..... ...... : opnl Miami Ar 6HIOsm Thursday Sunday.
aV Coast hare a very prosperous' b*done to put It in good condition. M..nday.l'rlday............. a.-OOpm_Ar Nassau Lv .1000sIn..Wedusdaytlaturday.

,v+ ; pearance, and there is very little Miss Nenee D. Rowe closed her second Commencing January 1, 1903.Mon.layThnrsday..1100Dm .

grumbling among merchants along evening term of with dancing a "barn lessons dance.on" Thursday She and Tu..day..rld.. ..,....... ......SOOpni Lv Ar Miami Nassau. Lv Ar 10-OOarn ealesm..ThuredaySunday........Wednesday,Saturday.' M. Lane & Son
the coast. The East Coast has been Commencing February S, 1903. ,
her mother will remain In Indlauola until Mon.,Wed.,Fri............. lOOp 111 Lv Miami. Ar -JOam......... ...Wed.. II'rl..Suo.
prosperous during tbe past year after tbe holidays, when she will go to Tu. ,Tb"r.,Sat............ ':30 a m Ar Nasnay" Lv 3:110: p w.. .....' ....Tue..,Tbllr.,8a' 250 WASHINGTON
and the increase in business over Cocoa and organize class. May success Commencing March 30, 1903. STREET, NEW YORK.

the Florida East Coast Railway attend her efforts wherever she roes as )lon..W.cl..rI............. JrtMp m T-v .::1I.lIaml Ar SSOam...... ..:.. Wed..Fri., San,
'" she Is to be commended, both for her Tue.TburSat..830s nl Ar Namtau Lv :aOOpiu: ............Tues.Thur.Sat.Above .
helps to prove it. sterling worth and ability as a teacher. hours based on DOth Meridian Standard Time,except that shown for Nassau. la local,or Southern Fruit and Produce
Nassau time. For rates and other Information apply to any Railroad Ticket Agent,or&0CHS.
Last Friday, D. A. Carter and party L. MYERS, Manager,Jacksonville Fla
I TUB newspaper of a town is !its consisting of hilite\ his nephew, Dr.
1 l'f looking glass.' It is here you see Cable, the latter's mother, Mr. Cable Ooxc.xc..issioc.: : : MexcYz.ar: : : :: ts.

,' yourself as others see you. You and the nurse arrived at Cocoa by private IF YOU WANT A..
.
( smile the car from Ingram.; The party remained
upon newspaper and at FLORIDA PINEAPPLES
\l OUR SPECIALTY.
In the car till the next morning, ,
smiles back at frown
you ; you on
when Mr. l.apham brought them acrossto
,f. the town newspaper and you are his house, where they will remain Lot Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
: repaid in kind. If a town is doing until the arrival of the furniture for their .Building
i r !II ,' business, the newspaper generally house. .. ,

lit ,' shows it in advertising columns I

"j ( and it makes would-be settlers longIngly We Give Any Lady or a lot with s-BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY, Mason M. Clark

Iq. cast their eyes toward your I LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE, ,
' town. If tbe, erchant.
I are a slow
+ : A splendid chance to earn' spending PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN
i r spiritless set of men, whose stores money very easily working for ns In their Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.

J It are a jumble of junk and jam the leisure time; the work la not hard, and We probably have for sale Just what you are seeking. .
town newspaper generally shows it any woman or girl who has a little spare :
.\ by the lack of space they take in time will do well to avail themselves of Settlers are.flocking In but still there U room. If you art SPECIALTIES :

r.1 ;,.,: the advertising columns. If you Send this great up 25: cents opportunity(silver)to and earn we money.will at looking this way, drop line to Extra Early Beans and
want the world to know that send Vegetables.
you once you the cloth with full directions
3rd Vlce.PrMid.nt.ILORIDA
1 have a live go-abead town, there is prepaid by ns anywhere In the U. JAS. E. INGRAHAM, .
N S., so that :you can commence, work at; Florida Oranges and
't no better plan to let them know it EAST COAST R'Y, Grapefruit.

j 9. : than by your ad*. in the town paper. once.(Q 74)) Roxbury Address,, Mas BRILLIANTINA. CO., ST. ATJQUSTINE FLA. 110 Murray Street and 190 West Street, :NEw YORK.


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THE OLD RELIABLE Jensen. Melbourne. GEORO MARX. JOHN MARX. i,, ,


Tb, Lake ur.lonon Worth Wednesday.Band bad a A rooonte Jolly- her Mrs daughter Feaster Mrs, of-LaGrange, Is visiting rw.A.JEi:: :. :BJIEi: <:>5. '" "

I Anderson. .
had, and music galore. QOODE nOODI .-Roal It.tate and, IXWIM. .
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newae Our Agent for 4Ctna, London and "- .
Liverpool and !
Jtct-J\ pleasant
iff and Mrs Henry M. Flagler; arrived and James friends, Capt. A. W Hule ilolw., rrovdlenut WtHhlngton, and Sun Fire WHOLESALE GROCERS '
liewlayWhltehal 1 bad been put In F. Mead are in the city. Inmiranne. Spenlal attention paid to tile
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intarenu of nun residents. j
Lplota order for their cowing; A. Warner and his good wife, of New --0.- .

f ( lolla Anthony has returned from OY.OW York, are expected about the holidays. DR I. A, I' EF: KI'urnr1f A1fD 8I'RISCI, Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

L six i week1 visit in IfeLand and Day. William Fredeilckaon has just put a sad lienlilunoe.PrMay Mnlnnuriie.afternoons. Kail Oalllu, tuniitlay M1

?.?., much to the delight of her boats of new coat of paint on his house. It looks ( a,+
in West I-alnr eacb. tine up thereon the hill.
1C Bin, Subsolptlons for the Corner Day and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
of the Century Dlo lonI Mi. and Mrs. ADVocATE
Backus
edition have the
A floe completed pink paper of the East Coast will be

I Room rf 8 for been general placed fereuoe+ in the :Free through Heading the ppcPOWDER some already splendid beautiful improvements homo. to their received at the Melbourne PostofQce. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. 6

effort*of the young ladles' club,
fceneroiis The Indians paid us a visit this week Mrs. X Carter and daughter: Miss PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. -
lesFeea do I Agulllty -4KJ f4G and our people ale feasting upon wild Susie of Sharon, Pa., are expected this v'I' s
3 Mr[ and Mrs. Wilson of Brooklyn, N. turkey, etc, for I a few d.iys. week. Seed Potatoes, Sued Peanuts and Cow Peas lit lIelSlln.L"Ve '

', ao pleasant family who are build A lUlilng party of eight, from the ,I Melbourne tourist season has truly began !( i solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable. V

U, winter| home on Frazeo tbe south trail'butlire until frozen North will be at the AlFresco at- us the following will show : _._0_____. __c. .. d! ..
In the cottage -- 'm -- --- -
located ter the holidays: for the winter. I> ; It :
r. A. Henley and wife of Fnlrmount
Itbolr nuw home U completed. ,
Mr. aDd :Mrs. C. W. Ents, of St Lucie Indinnn, came last week, and ma now NOTICE. t { i

Lieut. Hugh I* houseboat Absolutely Pure river were up on Sunday, calling on Mr. settled in their cottage on Melbourne .1 r, f
Iwltbiis, putting his attractive and Mis. Brewer avenue.
of Maine, at the AI IS iIRRKItY(1TVEN THAT ... KIDNEY CURE
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Ithe Manatee, In line condition, having THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Fresco. Com. F.. C. Hewitt's boat-houso has NOTICK ,iwtltlou will ho piWMmUMl tci mho
nude some additions making; It one of Mrs. James Holmes has been treated to a fresh coat of paint. Omiit.v <'i>mm!.nl Ithe most complete houseboats on the returned from The commodore will tluilr rvKiiliir ,incutlnir oil the that Mnmlay In There la disease IriHlmiatn ,
Her Virginia home to our sunny land for soon be here. We January A. 1>., f.xu.! no no 1
I Coast. the winter.; Mr. Holmes Is expected In hope to enjoy tho pleasure of yachting, /n, no slow but lure, IU4 kidney! die-

A Kimball organ has been purchased Stuart.Peter about a couple of weeks. I etc. I- .TITION.To Ol\tll, or sovUlo- i>rt'i il. 'generally"' I', .'

lind placed In the 110 + Trinity Dilation Our ice factory Is proving a boon to Mrs. Charles Oilman of Now York\ t"l1are\ so slight HI* to .'i\ 1

Ichiirch, by the Ladles Guild. 'The or- our people. Under the efficient arrived here on :Saturday evening;;. We the Honorable Ilimrcl of County: Cniumlimlim. enoiipu notloo. .
the of' manage believe this Is her Oth winter in Melbourne ers of Hrovar.l County, Florida. Tlie llrst Indications appear In j
through
bought agency ment of that -
| o was Larson left here on Wednesday splendid gentleman William : ...
IGW.S. Adams, and gives general HaltsItalian. for Palm Beach in his big catboat.A. Wicklng, It Is proving all that the stockholders friends., where she has very many warm atvnntnltttwnf Now oom. W.tha U.Cltm-nn IIRrllu811"' < and Tn. M.|"in.van Mil-limn of; quantity the urlno,may with 1m varied. \Inrn-iiNcd cllei-ts.or The decrwwud 1;.

: hoped for.Our Road Dlntrlct No. C of said (
( .o.y.II.1 imixonB it U be
L. Lane G. W. Thomas and :Stanley lloimrnliloiloiiril ; likely to highly col- e ;
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: Mrs. Sarah Brush of (05our thin tlun, signed
Osage Iowa arrived pet
Jefferson la making mark- efficient\ custodian of the law oroiV and aouldiug It l be pale .;
Mr. Joseph Kltchlng Usited friends on the north liyaniniirlty| of the rmrlHtnrml volorn rwlillnir) ; limy r
Improvements In his newly acquired side of the river aCtel'nooo.In. Mont Hardee, keeps pretty busy these on Monday evening, at Hotel Carl- ami ownlnn l II",nH. in nulif "". District nnvlnir or thin, or thick and milky willi a 4-
Sunday' .
Saltair:; and the Leamington. days. The Judge is a terror to the lawbreaker ton. Mrs Brush has spent many pleasant the luvytiiK of a ni>u lal tux" of seven ((7) nilllH, at sediiiiunt. loiter on more pro >:I- 0

(Mr.properties' lelTcraon \\n surely the "bright; and Trimmer and Mis. Canfleld, relatives that's certain. He has the la winters In Melbourne, and know It the next tHxox annual, wilil tux im" >to t>tliiR l be lovfuil of'your iiiiin|Hounl tho for iiroiK-r-' levying nOlluoellMYtllptom.111100. present; ;J' "?:,

ipirtloular star," not only In a dramatic of Mr. and Mrs. Kea, arrived 1'ues. hearty endorsoment of our citizens. a good place to come to. ty of said Dlntrirl for the |iurpo o of ooiintruot. suali as dizziness" lilouling, etc., '. .
day evening. will the Fl'edBlair tag rued RA....* In miltl Dlmrk-t. with marUud bladder and .
laud and beau tillerimand They occupy Mr. and Mrs Jas. and urinary
BsenBO. but as a owner Our fellow townsman, John T. Stanley McCoy daughter ; And, W8, the "'"loor.llCn.1 regUtproil" vntorn,
( around Weat Palm Beach. "May cottage.: Is expected to arrive after the holidays., Miss\ Bertha, of Clovnrdalo Indiana, ramilliiK In and nwnlnir Ian.1. In said l> riot, and Mr. Jonson a gentleman from the cold arrived on Saturday" and are at homo In who ,
live long proper.
j be Mr. :Stanley has the hlooil from. .
perhaps, largest( your llmioralilu llo.ly that woo (ho mil.I signor., by Limo all ports of I the y'- ,
given by the Ladlea' north, has arrived to stay and will at pineapple plantation on the river, and Is the linker cottage on 1st street This Is ilonlrathe InvyIngot a apodal' tux of HOVRII iT) torn and, curried to the kUlnn, wlivro r r.
The reception once Improve his property, which adjotna, their fifth season In Melbourne. mill for CI.llt..I., .. upon tho iiropurty in unlit It I III IIulrtftI'\1I.1| 'cuxt nut tliriniitli, I bourlnn
successful "
Mission for most grower of this luscious .. .
Guild of Holy Trinity their the DUtrlut, an aroranal newly Installed rector. Rev. J. J. Vaulx, Bragg plantation. fruit. Iron. W. P. Sutton, wife nnd daughter ; F. Af. HnfI'\ON. only, dnrlvliic imiirlKlinietit tliera.frotu. (. i "

Iltbe home of Air. and Mrs M. E. Uru- Capt. Shaw, Siipt. of the Life HavlnjX6l'vlce These are certainly beautiful lave and of itatigaturk, Michigan arrived lust C.W,T.U.Mi'tJAUl'Y.SIGNATUUKS. II.\ IU >KK: :., kl
Jbcr,on tho 15th, waa a delightful! ; success. of this district, made pleasant nights we are having just now. Quito a Saturday: and will, \ spend tho winter In .nnilorfoil. flow iiouaHftnry IN It, there \, it

jThespacious house was filled to over- call here Tuesday, on his way to the Gil contrast to the blizzards. we read of with the, Grant! View cottage: on New Haven l fore looil, tlutt Ntioiild tlm. bu pnrltyata.l....luulntulit vitality. plain time 0, .

towing, one hundred or more paying berts Bar House of Kefuge. our northern friends. The most elaborate avenue. This Is their second season In WITXE.SS.V. : why ho great 1 hliHKl pnrlflrr mid i.; .
to the Rev. Mr. Vaulx. stage setting or artist's dream Melbourne.Mrs. trenittlioiiar-l Ilerterhtlrne'loose- .
their respects II. \V. Bess eyra now launch, the Presi his upon Harry Jellninge, M. Hudson( Inn IHWII .MunnoHMf)' nerd.. In truutliiK' ; i ,
JLiglit refreshments were served and the dent, was launched on the St.::! Lucia last canvas, cannot nearly equal the I Charles Spangler; and daughter, J. H.: radgett, F." M. I Judson. Itliliiiiy dlHeiuinfi and In |>rnv"iitliinHnme. t aIn
J house was beautifully decorated with glimpses of our magnificent moonlit Miss Emma, of Merchant: villo, Pa., arrived [ |urlfyli( the Aloud the kidneys nre .
Tuesday. She is a beautiful craft, and W. R. Hardee\ F'. M. Hudson, grentlyrollovedwhim. 1\,1 tliemnrie tlin. h i
ferns and roses and the /gallery was brllIllint river or gorgeous sunset, last week, and are pleasantly located ./
ICerk
J. S
promises to be quite speedy.We F. 11 1. Itililion, new alreiiKtli and vitality ore itlvontliiiMa l'
with many colored Japanese lanIterns. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Masters, of In Hotel Carlton for the wlntor. This (I. R. Ooou, )K..1\1. lluihuiii, urxiut. The following letter iellaa .
Altogether; it was a scene of are to have a boat race on the af California I are guests of the AlKiexco Is their second season In !Melbourne and J. AV. MoHit'F. )F. M. Hudson very uh.1I1..r) IfinsiCNor *.

beauty, with the moonlight: streaming ternoon he( 25th: to decide who has I for the winter. Mr. Masters is one of we are glad to have them here. E. A. Ireland, )I''. M. Ih/ll lIu, Kv.. Juno 28, 1002. ,

through the vines and ahubbery that the fastest boat on the St. Lucie river. the most expert fishermen on the Pacific Just week 13 to J. H. I.oToiirnonii, F. Jl. Hudson, The Dr, lltli-ttr Mmttcin M., liai/ton, O.
a town.
surrounds the hospitable home. Encourage; the boys in this sport by attending Coast, and we hear that his wife Is even l\felbollrnelt9 ago do not came think our 13 au unlucky S. "'. AVebb, F. M. IIiiilnoii UKNTLKMBHI I had a severe cane of

the races. better than he Is. They are enthusiast number when It comes In this W. F. Wolfe, F. M Jltnlxoii typhoid favor Ilx! yearn ago which left I.

Foley's Iloneyand Tar positively cures Miss Susan Hitching has purchased lots I atvmt our beautiful river, and have every style, viz.: the Modes family uf I.'IMr: AV. W. Lure( I." M. Hudson my kidneys In bail order, I have tried
Jill throat and lung disease Refuse sub- 2 and :'J, In block 8, fronting on avenue D. assurance of line sport this season. and Mrs. Greene liodes subscribers to \v. II. Harris, F. 1\1. IliuUoii. a numbor" of roniodlo and taken treatment r ar
(
The purchase was. made through Stanley J. Waters I I"'. M, Huilxou from doctor, but Dr. honors Iron
sdtutes There have been no more pleasant visitors the ADVOCATE), the Misses Mlntii, Lucy, t
Kitchlng who is for all lots in the AV. I. Allen I.', M HiiilMoii Ton lo hu dune rue more gonil than ;
agent I to our river than Mr. and Mis. J. Amy, and Klllo Rodes; the Messrs\ tin- / .
Stypmau property which are for sale. O. Mackle, of New York, who were bar bun, Chas and Seth Hu.lo", Mis. U. John HoretisiMl, F'. M I. lluilson, IIvor7'"lnl/:010... U. CORDBI.I. '' + 4

Hobe 'Sound. Mine Host Bessey Is having the hotel guests of the AlFresco hotel a few days C. Kenny (formerly Miss Rode) and Miss J. C. Hark us. I.'. 111, Hudson< Merchant and alter Operator 1

painted, which, when completed will add this week. Bright and happy them. and Master Kennedy. Seven of these 0. )F. Wolf, F. M, HiiiNou, There are tliouwuidn of Ju with\ .it
much to the A number ol, selves, they made many friends during young people are musicians of Kome Warren C. Sneden! F. M. Hudson, oases 'iw the above that are treated .
Mrs Guy Hardy-nails for New York booked appearance.for the winter. The their short stay. Come back to us, Mr. note, and are known as the nodes Family AV. n. Edwards: "'. M llinUon, without results. betalthey! are
are I
|an the 2Hh.( Bon voyage. hotel guests will be on or about Jan. let and Mrs. Mackie, we all want you. lUnil. They have rented two cottages 1. K.: Whitney, K.: M, lluilHon, wrongly) treateil. Sir. Cordt-ll'a! .
open f.. I(. Toimxalnt F. M HiuUoii
on Straw bridge avenue and Intend anditionresulted from au pzhagitt-
\
All silent word from Mr. ,
launches and
-no Joseph Mr. Bessey has three a
J<:d. F. (ilutHdi F? lit Hmlitoii '
Artbur. "Where thou?" his to remain with us one year. If not long \\n% fever; the kidneys aa well n>
art number of row boats for guests. 11Cv- Will our correspondents '
er. We extend a welcome to this pleas 1'hosJ.IoStouben. ) 11. HiidHoti, the rest of the .y"tl'I1I, had bern ,
I Guy Hardy and his "sweet bud" of a The Christmas tree exercises promise later let us have their Items not of ant f.imlly. They are from Hewoll, West '1'. J. Britt, P..1\1, HutlHou, wasted by dlwaMo No wonderlr. II'
than the 2.rd:)
sister contemplate a hunting trip Into to be very Interesting this year. The Tuesday, Virginia. The Rodes Family hand will O. It. B. lUney, 1''. M. HiKlxoii, Harter'HlroilTonlo iiromptlvourrd, f ?
the Everglades. school children are preparing to render a .:}, Dee, as we want to give our.ft@ furnlkh music foV tbs Guild entertainment 1.V.. Miller, K..111. Hixlrtoii, because it purified and l enriched the ....
stall" a holiday on Christmas Day, Chnn. Class I F'. M, Hiulnoii '
number songs and recitations, besides on Jan. 1st. blood, aDd sucli blood curried new i
C. B. Jefferson waa hastily, summoned tbe2.:>th. Items arjlving later A. K. Mafger F'. M. Hudson .
the songs the choir will sing. The fol strength and. vitality directly to the "/
to Palm Beach, on bunday. Important than the 2rd:! cannot be pub- AViu. 1 I. Tanrre F. M Hiulaon
lowing parties compose the choir. Geo. .. A TIMELY TOPIC. At this season kidneys and to all tho organ t
a business for his father. ilsb9d In that week's issue. ..n
0 McPherson Curd /bchroeder: W. E. Rea, of coughs and colds It III I well to know Will L. FranU, F. K.: HuiNon, FOB BALK BVBRTWHERZ. i

The party who chartered Mr. Snider's bass; Harry Richards Fred Miller, Roy that Foley's Honey and Tar Is the greatest : N. W. FranU, K. ;M. lludHiin, i '

I hou.boat has been forced, by clrcumIstances Lane, tenor; Mrs. VV. Rca, Mrs. II. Richards St. Lucie. throat and lung' remedy It cures AV. O. HnwIliiHon, K. M.. Hudson, 'r
to relingulah It. Mrs..Chas. Mcl'herson, Mrs. Geo. quickly /H ml reventsserloueresults (rom Chas. H. Moore\ K. y(. Hiidmm, ,.
McPherson, soprano; Mrs. 1I'redliller! a cold. :Sold by U. u.. Wilson &; Son. I). F.:. Austin, 1 I"1.; Hiulrton, t &: 1
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John Grant has the contract for Guy MI's.U. W. Thomas alto; Stanley Kitch Lionel Cha e made a business trip to O. '1'. Mc(3arty, 1"'. M. IIiKlHoii, Georgiana. .,
h Hardy's new cruiser which Is being .'. M\ HiulHon, O. McCarty
lng baritone Mis. Chas. McPherson, organist Rockledge a few days ago.MUs -
built for Southern waters.Itlgveryprobableth.it. ; Eau Gallie.The AV. II. KobliiHon, K, M I. lliidMoii, ; J
A. ; Chas. .McPherson, cornet. Maggie Russell celebrated her C. H. JUImey.U. K, M. KnilHon C. i). Provost ban a beautiful line of j; .

0111 T. Snider birthday, on the lath Inst., with Icecream I.. (Juodwfti{ K. M I. IliiuMiin, Christmas goods: 'I .'
purchase a part of the Gomez grove. A kidney or bladder trouble can alwaysbe and fun galore.Mr. steamer Kathleen Is on Hodgson's D[. O. Kreamer, F'. M. 11nilsoil.I1' Uncle ltulhl bl\l..omeOnIlWe..tIn.lIa ,
Negotiations are under way. cured by using Foley' Kidney Cure In F" OlniHtfiid SI 1. I Million I of them weighing 7>
Slurp, of Tennessee, father of 1(1'8.Tom ways this week O. uawpawa, one 4
Mr. Pltou's able captain Is here, and time. Sold: by B. R. Wilson A Son. Robinson, Is on a visit to his (}. A. Haegcr, .F, 1i. II ml!sou, pi undH.

. |soon pretty "Pel1: ;y"' will be numbered daughter here. Inside K. W.and Htickney Is piUutlng" the Alice A. B. lUiner, F'. SI. IliKlnon\ Miss Mable Allen arrived Monday and l

among the launches in commission. Eden.Mrs. The Christmas tree arrangements, out. A. N. lloofuiiglc, F'. M. HiulHon, will spend the holiday with her grand

Mrs. under the management of Mi'its Eulalio Capt. Jno. Johnson has a new sot of (;I.'u.V.. Jtuple, F. M Iliitlxoii) parent, Mr. and Mrs Uncock.. ._
Chas. Osgood, whose husband -. Is well. spars on the Chicago. T., li. Kldrrd, F'. M, HiuNon, Walter Llndabnry and dater, 1\fNl. J
Chase doing
owes a the ,
place on Island, will be a
Elias: Mutter K. M. HiulHon
/guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pltou during the F. B. Richards was agreeably surprised Capt. T. P. Chase sent out two more Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fry of Valdosta, John Miller, .F'. fit. Hilditoii,, Walker, and MK| Helen Cannatta returned, wore M
Cocoa end
!wanon. by the Arrival of her mother last fine deli boats, on :Saturday last for thai Oa., are staying at the Granada. 1.. Christensen, 1"1.; (. Hudnnn( paimeuera Monday.Cnpt|;. to on

Mrs. T. A. Snider awaits Impatiently Monday.Mr. well known and popular lish dealer, \V.B. C/ pt. F. K. Colby has added a cooking A. Christensen, F, Ai lliiclHon, and wife of Eau
and Mrs. S. F. Webb entertained Cross. < E. Dutton "'. M. Hiidaon Symmondu ,
jtlis arrival of her sister Miss Lauretta outlH 10 his yacht the Maoatawa. r ,
Snyder, who will visit Lawn" the young people of this place last Fri. This place Is a sportsman's paradise In F. J. Hat,-.., )F..111.. )Hiidxon) Oallle, who have been spending n pleae- t
"Kldge
bunch Ocean
Capt. Frank Houston Is buck with his ant week at the at in, were
cards. Jo:. -f. Vitts F. M, )IJnditoii)
> with
!next month.T. day evening more ways than one. There will be some ,
family after a month's 'fishing at Indian In town on Monday
4
Made /Hagaard F. 111, HiiilMoii
,
week. Turkey shooting ,
fun next
B. Allen ia "home again" at Oak Mrs. W. F. Richards entertained Mes- grand will be on-then look out Klver Inlet. H. KIIUtIII'II'! ; .F. bi. Iliulxou, The revival that ban b.enolnl/ ( on In
and matches soon
I"'. "Skeered" of Cucoanut Point by dames Richards, Robinson Wey and excitement Eau'Oiilllo's Meet of sailing craft will Ilans3.ChrletiausenF.II( Ilunison, the Methodist church for nearly two

m anticipated norther. He returns In LeTourneau at dinner last Thursday. for fun : have a trial of speed shortly.. Due notice A. lit. Chrlxtlansen, F. M. UdllUII, week baa been a glorious' one, reuniting ;
January for the winter. The Ladles' Aid Society met at the Saint Lucie is fast coming to the front; will begiven. L. I). Jones, ]0'. SI. BudllOIl, In about a dozen conversion, and the

January 1st, la the date now fixed for home of Mrs. James O. Wey last Wed over turned a thousand In on Sunday pounds, and of several mackerel hundred were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Plngrey, of Dele van, E. J.1'raynor, .'. Sf.; Hudson, membership the prenldlng/greatly elder revived.has been ItrotherHador here \ ..oil
O. O. Beck F. SI. HiidMon ,
Augustus PItou and family to journey nesday afternoon,, to Ten.perfect arrangements on Monday but owing to high winds nil N. Y., areuxpeotcd dully. Their cottage W. P. .Jones., )0'. M. HiKlHon,, at two different Mmes, unit, BrotherTem-
for the Bazaar ,
plished wutuward. ;Miss Abble, their accom the fishermen gave In early and went la now ready for them. S. K. Jonas, K, DI. HudHon, pleton, I the |pastor hn" wet ked faithfullyand

''n the daughter 'may possibly remain Misses Una and Jessie Miller attended home.HEI'OR'I'. _______________ Oeo. Houston U pn ting up a boat for J. F. Hell l 1, F. SI. Hudson l .o hard that he le lick. The meeting "i
city until Ft bruary.T. the "IJistiict :Skule" entertainment at REKORM SCHOOL. Geo. W Hopkins, .. ho owns the large Oeo./ It. Poppell, F. Sf. Hiidxon, cloned on Tuesday, with the beautiful .

B. Allen's pardon for alluding to Fort Pierce last Saturday, and speak in FROM ; W. V, ranch west of EAU Gallie. Peter Peterson, .F. M\ ]Iii iii i the highest praise of the pert>rmance. J, O. Gluck SII pt., Pruntytown church and administering the sacramentto :'i
wheneit dwelling aa Cocoanut Camp, writesflertrylngall other advert ued The Fly-by-Nlght:' llodgsons' house .F. J. Fliulley, F. SI. lIudlJotl l j
: '
of Britt ]0' SI I,, lliKlnoii the new converts, which Includes t
should sad John ,T. ,
have been Cocoanuu From Atlanta comes the news medicines we have decided to use boat returned to her moorings In the haveHO 0
cough who
Cabin. The writer of Wood of Stuart. I' i':. Uoblnnoii .F'. M. lltnlHOTi, nearly all of the young people
was dreaming O. K. In the
the death of Mrs Foley's Honey and Tar exclusively Eau!: Gallla river on Tuesday last earnestly Is ken ,bold stand for Christ ,
ddybempa. See She was a lovely, relined lady, and very West Virginia Iteform School.: I find itthe F. P. HirlHtetmen, F..111. Hudiion, collected ,
the of her demise harmless J. A.Giltert will build another cottage T. W. FrariHen, F. Sf.\ Hmlnon. and his service. Money was
The beloved and news and absolutely -
friends| much ; effective!
most
of T. Newton Banner have and ntod to Brother Templeton to t.
j In the near future almost every house tu 'Hansen, .F. SI. lltitliiori, i>r"*
received. & Son.
cause to rejoice hla Much Is very sadly bold by U. R. Wilson him handsome bible for a Cbrlstmaa -
over buy a
recovery. Eau Uallle being engaged already. Nets D. Hanrnin, F. M. Hudnon, I
!w anxiety was ". Rev. F. W. Weatherwax preached O. K. PritioH, F. Sf. H iKlnoii, present, In loving: remembrance of ;
apprehended but the Congregational Miss Newell, who U. In charge of the his f"I'Mill and earnest work among the
appendicitis waa morning and evening at Viking. I'. U. Freuericksen, [< M IIUcIIOII l '
Pb8rtleby action and a kllled chapel. At the evening service It school, will spend the Christmas vacation H. J. Haney: 10'. M. Hudnon young people.
I with her father at (Georgian
the Christian :'
decided to reorganize F. M. HiKlKon
I was ; K. Britt IIOY'H! LIKK SAVED FROM MEM-
Mina Carey has been uffeilng with a Endeavor Society which was discontinued Mr. Caldwell killed a large rattlesnakenear Oranges are being shipped In large: J. F:. Fultz! F') Sf. HiiiMou, ANGUS CKOUP.-/'. W Lynch, a ..
had fourteen
lore here, the other day. It the north from Eau Gallie Munch F'. Sf. HmUori
wrist and hand, the result of a cat two years ago. quantities to C. H. prominent citizen of Winchester Ind., .
bite Russell rattles and a button. friends for Christmas Win. "Freilerlcknen! F. M. llii'Non, '
and scratch Her cat, Hobson, had Messrs Robinson, Ilemphlll, mostly to presents. writes: "My little boy had a severe attack
angry disagreement with dog Snyder, and McMullen returned, last Saturday, Miss K. Martin expects to attend the Two launches from New Yorken routeto Chan. H. Hrhuyler SI. lIu.llton| of membranou croup, and only /got
and II the the Banana River, which State Teachera' Association to be heldat 1i. J. Schultz! F. M. lIulilton.'I' and Tar. '
etfort to separate .them the from a trip up West Palm Beach, were in our harbor relief after taking Foley's Honey
cat and adventures, and Orlando during the holidays., V. )Moore F'. Sf; 111.1111011.l feel / '
prote8ted. was full of perils this week In charge of Oeo. R. Wallace He got relief after one dose, and I
Mrs. C remained long enough to "grub up" Mr and Mrs. Caldwell and Miss Mar- the Buffalo! Motor agent. O. V. Honker F. Ii. 1I1I.I"ou. that n saved the life of my boy: Refuse .
thM B' Jefferson Is a busybody and get a change of clothing, and left for tin spent the day with Mr. Hayes and n, )'. Hull, F. M. Hudson, substitutes. Hold by Wilson &: Bon.

? Bunny days, her Interest being centered Indian River Narrows.Mr. family at Fort Pierce, last Sunday."A Capt. John Johnson lass deputised the BTATKOi"1: rummt, I I 1 f
in a Uhristnaa tree, which she Is forever"Mr. command of the Chicago! to the mate, joust or I<.KVAKI>. I
SB''"*' for the plcanlnnlea, whose and Mrs. Samuel Wlllraan, with thing of 1""l1tlls a Joy the Captain having beautifully developed In person moms before se F. M. llinlm Lotus.
pinery and orange and b. sway, lIa r e h. I* one ol the
hoiMM and vivacious daughters McCarty'a who! lnu duly
AireJr'tI Lewis. III the overseer on their pretty beautiful to ee. boil on the port side of his jaw. Commltt.wtiaolrmilatiil tlinforoKi'lnKiiotlrlnnanil -
or8on'a place. Kittle and Grace, and son, Kenneth, arrived grapefruit groves; are ."h and name maul mark afllxdil
that
visit to blossom like B. F Brown will hold services awl of' I expectedhere
here on Sunday evening, on a This section Is beginning Archdeacon therein wa the Act 1.I..r the iiorxm purr Tims. Green Chicago
001ellce on Earth Good Will to Men." Mrs. Won. JT. Richards. the rose. In Ht. John's church on Sundaynext nortlnK tonlun tlie came, and that there wa no In a few days, on A short visit

nit, fe7 days unUl Christmas Let 'to They tholr have daughter come South:, to remain permanently : The oyster roast!!! was quite a success, both morning and evening.! The .fraud ilKnaturm, lirllMry or sod il'mark':''|itlon, and nwi'l.thl.In amilarlt fimcnrlnKunh I I. The fall bean crop Is about harvested, r, t

alive glad and happy. Glad that we are and for the present will reside and enjoyed by all who attended Mr. Archdeacon will\ be the guest of J. E. M. .n....'. only' >>n the |+"errmal knowle and while In Eau Grille. .mantandthe.su.A.I tro from III* own per- w r
a most and Mr. Bass par liodgson ..
Par; innhis wondrous Important at r'ort Pie.ceo Hayes awl family .onalknowiaige. pen*
one and all}I universe. To you Mrs. W. F. Richards and Mrs. J. H.LeTournean tv, from Fort Pierce, were here In their The children' Christmas tree will be
a merry merry greeting. each took a wagon/ load of launches. Messrs. Wright, Stanford and In the Baptist church, on Highland Ave. Sworn to and *nlMi.,rllmil before ma thl Bevtntwinth at Hardeevllle on Saturday snd Sunday

Mrs' AL. Shuler Mrs. C. B. Jeffer- girl, to Fort Pierce last star Needless % Caldwell kept plenty of nicely roasted The ladles have the work well adtancedr J day of IMnrnnhor.,6 A.. l>. hare' ; snd returned to her school
an's taiCHAS. l
mother for the ladles.Saved successful evening U looked [ Notary ruble.APPOINTMENTS. tbe week.T. .
and
.
of wa seized with! an attack Santa:! Claus' headquarters. oysters ...... a very
acute digestion.' last week and was : they all had an enjoyable time, and Ilrlnk. for. None,of the little ones will be for- ".. G. Ronald and a party of friend V

bated alarmingly I 111. Dr Worley was commun- say found Christmas presents In bewildering; at Grave's gotten. _________________ came down In Mr. Konald' launch from

with at once It will be remembered array, at prices to suit.even the smallest "I know I would long ago have b en WORTH OF GOOD.-A. H. T. Itockledge: on Huodjy. Another friend
that Mra. Shuler l book. Mrs. H. H. Newsom, $1,000) arrived on Monday evening, for aa extended v
la LIB hospital spent acme time girl's pocket In my grave, writes for Tbu nell, a well known coal operator of Rev. If. If. Sturgis, of the East Coast
lnR the for the same trouble dor- The weather the week or so ha of Decatur, Ala., "If It had not been I suffered Buffalo, 0., writes "I have been affUct- Baptist Mission will hold services at the visit.
Spring
last we fear. If we Electric BitUrs. For three years and bladder trouble for place and dale:
to ed with kidney following:
been too perfect al.way. from the worst forms The 1'rlde of II eroe".
we untold agony 19th 7
with Dec.
"Inter. pausing gr..lor stones excruciating White City p. m.
Foils a Deadly Attack. are e like to to have It begin early BO that Indigestion, waterb..h, stomach excellent and yean, pain. I got no relief from Fort Pierce,Saturday and Sunday, Dec. Many soldiers In the last war wrote to p

will stop growlog. When bowel dyspepsia. But this medicines until I began taking Koley's 2IVJ1( at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. ay that for scratches, bruise, cuts,
hoe: wife waa 80 1I! that good Physiond. the pineapples full of sap and Jack Frost medicine did me a world of good. Sinceandbavegalned: Kidney Cur, then the result was sur :Narrow, Monday, Dec. :'ft, at 7 p. m. wounds, corn, sore feet and stilt joint,
M ere unable to help her" write. M. they are hard for them to stand wiog It loaD eat heartily A few dose started the brick Sebastian, Tuesday Dec. :33, at 7 p. m. Uucklen's Arnica Salva the best In tbe
Austin. of Winchester "but comes, It II very 3,' poand.." For Indlgeatlon, loss of appetite dust prising.like floe tones and now I have no Kan Qallle, WetlntMulay, Deo.24, at 7 P. world. Same for barns scald, boils,

;\PieteiycuredbyDr.ing'sNewLifein -they; get chilblain stomach ver and kidney troubles pala aero** my kidneys: and I feel like a m., and Thursday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. tn.Indlanola. leers,skin eruptlone and pi le.. hearer

anti liver tel 7rk: wonders stomach taking sub Electric Bitten are a positive,guaranteed man. It has done ma a 1OM worth Sunday, December. :28tb at or no f..,. Only 23et at II. U. Wilson
new
IckhViS! bOllbles. Care constipation, Don't be Imposed upon by' I and core. Only 6Qcta a'D. U.Wlscn & Son'sdrug of good." Sold by; B. R. Wilson & Son. 11 a. m. and ? p. m. Jt Son1* drug s&.ore.West .
Sea's ac ta at B. R. Wflaoa & stUuU. offered for Wison& Sony store.e t
Tar. Sold by B.R. AtI


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*"THB EAST! COAST 0 i' 7untn j -
R7 'Y q I II II reception a friend was telling him of a u PARADIse RBGAINCD.'.'

young minister- who bad been preachIng .

tM' Let Us Thresh the In a western town and wbo bad' .1J'da. ..

been "called" to an,eastern cbarcfi.

- r Matter Out Mr."How Wu much aaked."Thirtyfive .did be get In tbe west?'' FLORIDA EAST COJ13T RAILWAY.


No Potash-No Fruit'' hundred dollars a year."
iMti. ,
;$, No Phosphoric: Acid-No Seed. east"And" how much 'will he get In the LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 28, 190


c No Nitrogen-- No Leave "Seven thousand dollar" OUTHBOUND-IIIAD DOWN. HOIITHBOUMttmmMAIN 11I'.

$ "Abo," said Mr. Wu "It was a very
; 1''s' Theo three loud call was It not?" /" ... I' ...11 UNL .... 71 Ne.ee 1,,

i' ? l things must "What do you think of Americanfun Je": .. Daly Dally DaUy Dally

e be suppliedto ?" was asked ..
4 "Fun What kind of fun?" : ........ 100 P 1016 Iff................'*. ... ...........4.Ar co p 10 a
to your soil I ........ II O. 102S a Lr...........JJouthi Jack.onvlii.............!..T I II p e 41 aT
am, i4'la "Jokes, stories the humor of the. NCF a ........ .Is p p 1\\ BOa ............ Auguetlae....,......... 40 .,,:"
: .. .. .......... Sa."n" .............. S t TOSiDO
tress for Instance.- .. ... .4 7 pIca P i'll
I "
Write to us .. :. ............. II
I ........ 00 I Ir' ............. ai' I'ata t 1 ,
t h'I and we will "Oh, I am very fond of It Every -z ......... U P p 1 84 p ................... Neoga... ........_..... .". e 11Oia a
send body seems to be a story teller. It I la a ....._. I' p ell" .............?.. Bunnrllt. ................U 317 p f .: .
{ you _...... .1 .................. ... .......... p III a .
} some books great thing to laugh." ...... lp 40 D ..................ODrupont......*...**..) .- II II p 6 II aft .
the "And how about Chinese humor? ......:: I $0 p II p ............... &J'tOD. ............. I'lip 21 a ::.",,
giving ................PorlOrang..o............. :: II ]' a .. .
i, \ gist of the whole matter. Are there humorists In China? Do 'a'D lJUI.,,'a" .II IO D 1 D ...............New : m................ I 411' 4iSa I WIIIS.
they tell stories there" : a ....... p .................Dale Hi L................. / It.. ...... loe
GEB \N KALI WORKS 4 00. ....... V .... ...1'1..1.................. .II. p ...... 10
"Certainly, just the same as here. ........ ..... I H p u.........::.::...'.. Coeoa.................. .. 1 II ........ ..."
Yi N.w. Bl IV.w V.rk My people like to laugh 81t well as ....... .... .: C P ...................Ro.kl.df................ 10 p ...... ..
any. I ........ ....:.. 6 JI ................ KaQ Gal ................ It 11 60.. ........ ..._
body. ... .. ...... r II .. ............. I.lbo.l'1I. ............... 1 It 11 p ........ ..
"Can tell Chinese _..-.... ...... : p .................e.ba.tl.. ................ U >* au ....... ..-_
you a story? ........ ....... p ................. Bt. L.*,. ................. io a........ ....
Mr. Wu looked thoughtful, then be ....._. ........1' II .................:r& Pl........".......'... 11l Ce. a....... .....
chuckled. "I'll tell old ........ ....... p .. ................ whit cu,................ to l I.Na........ ..
you a very Chinese Tri-Weekly Sailings ........ ....... p .................TlbbalU................... 10 n a........ ...
story" be said. ........ ..... U II ..................IId..................... MM a ........ ....;
4 4L. "A asked friend to ....... ........ P to ...................J.......-................ 1018 a........ ......
( Free and man was by a JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ........ ... .... 00 p ............... ..u.....i ....*......... 10 14 a ....... ....
stay and have tea. On Investigation It BETWEEN .. .. ..:.... 10 p ..............*..kob. 0ovna* .... .*.. to.. P 44 a........ .....
t' Accented I I. .Masons. was found there tea In the ..:..::: :....... lip" .............. W." :.........* h it ........ ......
was no ........... .. Palm s.aoi:........... S M .......
Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) ........ ........ p .W. a. ......
bouse. A servant was Bent to get ........ ........ 11 ................Boynton,. ................ a U a....... ......
Before tbe servant returned the ...... ........ S ft y .. ......., : Lau rdale.............. a T MM a........ ......
some. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service ..... ....... 1\ p ......<"rr".i. moB CUT............. e a ........ ......
Indian No.; 00 water was boiling and !It was necessary ....... .........10 30" AR.................. KI.ml".L. 114 ........ .. "'.

to pour some cold jrater Into the BCFFBT: PARLOR OAK OK TRAIN M AND 7*.
,, '; (, River / Titusville, boiler. This happened several times The Clyde New England and Southern Line*.

and still no tea came. Finally the boll. Direct Service Between BBAZTOH: LINES: BOHKDtT: lC3.K .

Lodge. Florida. er was full\ to overflowing and the
t Jacksonville Boston Providence and all. Eastern Points.
Hold its matting the laoonrland fourth Fri.day host's wife Bald to her husband 'As weilon't ,. .. 87 N., a{ No. B3 i Mo.49 M .47 YAtS&TE& 5.41 N.4S N .ee ..14 Iay.Dy
1).117. Dally. Dally. Dally. BRANCIL Daily, Daily. Daily. Dany, i try
of each month a' their Indian Klver
r H"in
"r seen likely to get any tea you (Calling at Charleston, S. 0., both ways)
Hotel Tltn..me"t 7:30 o'ulurk p. in. bad better offer friend bath. 7 15 p I H p 11 4 aP S8 LV Paltk* 90 a 7 lo ftM p
J. H. Walker Worshipful Mauler.. your n SEMI-WEgxLY: BAILINGS 7 (Up i es D/te 13 C8 e *1 a ArX. PalatkaLv 500 e a 155$ SoS'JN M
J. L. Carruther Senior Warden. "Thnt sounds like an American. story Southbound... .................,.. .. .. ..... ........ .. .............from Lewis What Boston! p
T.}I. Aabden,::: Warden. Northbound..... ...... .... ....... .... ......... ..froni foot of CMbertne: Street Jao** nvttieClyde' 7 P *.
: : almotit doemi't It? There
are plentyof .
J. M. Dixon, urer.V. Day SAW 11I LTro BKAJfCH. I Daly
Du
p A. Morgan! Secretary.a. tales like thai In our country. P

a F. Brown,Chaplain.J. River Line. 0 a v............. ... .Xaet .t a.....,........ ......, r S 6* rJ
B. Boreven Senior Deacon. "Another amusing story la the one St. Johns P 6 to a Ar...................... ....San MaK-o. ...,...,...,..., .........Lv 6.6 l b
i 1t t2 r R. E. Mima,jr.. Junior I>e..oon.. about the doctor who bud mismanaged
8. O. Vanland.nKhani. Senior Steward.F. __ (De Hary Une.) N*. tlJmdy H v 9 Na. 15Dally .
a case. He was seized! by the people bandy N 1 aCJLTPOXI BRANCH. Na 1
M.Taylor Junior Steward.P. Sundry
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SA1 'ORD. D.117
4 !, W. Robert., Tyler.WU'S In the house and tied up for a whipping Onlyf Only.Dully. Ix Saw D.elyNe.11. Oe
He managed" to free himself and Stopping! ; Actor St. Francis, Here lOl'el (DeLand), ao4 intermediate land- 00 p 10 U> a p ,55t v...,..... aake null* .......Ar8o. r 46 *, p. TTTiJfl
togs OD the St.'OBU'"ten'.I' ca p110 IS a Os p 14'2 a ;nok p escaped by swimming a river. When STEAMER CITY OF .jrACICSONVIJa-UE.- I140p110411. O IY i' I e 1i a ....Pablo Bea,'h...,...,..,. Traa 11 60 a 4g |
FAREWELL VIEWS he !home, he nold to bin who 40 p 10 B0OS'S a 144 p Y 19 ...,.....Ati.atIcBeach........,. 11 oo a 11 4* **'
I r /got son IS APJTOINTED BAIL AS FOLLOWS 180 p t f 00 0 M a Ar..... .. Mavpnrt .. LY 46 a tl 10 a inPan.
vas Just beginning to study medicine: LeT Foot CatberliM Street Jackaouvflle 3:30: p. m......*........ SundaysIveiMlajr.. and T3u.... heTTT 0. ,N I N.
11 ; 'Don't be In too much of a hurry with Leave Sail ford 1J *>.ani... ...... .............................. MundaWe'Ineadsyrandyrtday.
i hq Es7 IANTO 3 ANCT. n:? IsT OHAHQH OmBRAKOK.. Ya
,
Former Chinese Minister's Im- your hooks. The /flrRt and most Im- 8wtliboiin SCIIED ..E. Northbound. Inn. Ann. su

f portent thing In the study of medicine lead down. ... .... Head. up 54 06. v ...-........ft......n.'A............A. n .. .' -v.....'.'......wT "m:_,rn._..._.... ..
... .
i 4J.. pressions of United States. ,is, to learn to .swim.' Leave'... 8.46 sac p.p.m.m..... .?..........:..... ...lA'K"IONVILLIII..Arrlve2.1I0..PALATK.A.. .,.., ,...-..., ..Loa".II.nO" 9.30 l>.rn a.111.. La".._....__.....OtIte.h.l\ m......_"_.._.L Lv.,1161 I'll ,pi,1'1-i II It p p Ly..Or.Lv..LakMelfl...... 0.'P.........__..L L.r\l.\' )
8TOK "
rl .y ,. .4W.nt. .. in... WT.. FRANCIS! .,... .... ........ ........ ......... Lee IV".au I'Ul .s 65.10. _Ar.Ly.Ent."Ppl..L..,.........Ban ford.. ...........LT. !IL!'.I.>..". H M.r.T.'OranR.. City Jui .*......L ,I
Dotter than Plaster. II
a 'I ...BEJU:8I1'OIIDDaLA1SJ: ( : > .......... .. .. .. 12.00 dhArrw8.80
BE SATS WE ARE ALL EUSTLEK3.f a. mSen'l ... ............ .,.. .....N. +t.Nru&D.. .................. ....... ..... .. 9.30 sae. Th***Tlin. Tbl..lhaw r>.. tlca..wMtv train may be expos" to arrive and ..,.
A piece of flannel dampened with Cham- twos l thT. al Italian, but their arrival al the Um* tatod Im not ru..r.*v.
I.r I.. bOl'I Iain's Pain Balm and undon the at- ) Passenger and Ticket Office. 2O4 W. Bay Jacksonville.> 1Ir0 nor do.eabeeompaaykoldltwltre.pon.lbl.ke'acyd.lay l. APeobuular or nay ..n...uao.. ariaiBy ta..
ected parts. Is better than a plaster for
,t y I >_lal Diplomat Most lmpren..d brAetlTltr a lame back and for palD In tbe side or A. 0.MAOERTYEa'f.Vasa.Agt., F.M.IRONMONKRJ"Awt.lea.Pau.. : : Agl.I04 and Occfdsntal
Vt)Itt.ate St.. New Tork Wustllav Bt JackaonvlUe, Fl.Ia.mo Steannhlp Connection at Mlanuk.MTA.1KA. .
American and Balm has
of Genrr cheat. Pain no superior as a I
.. D.HALEY LoeaJ VreifCht Agent. > O. P. ... A"Bt.rfuptu.
i -ItJl"" of Rich Men-Onr Literature. liniment for tbe relief of deep seated foot llog m 8B .jMoksonville, rl.) | Foot Hogan MB..Jacknanvllle Fla. I DB.-w.m.zS : .,, KBIT WXBT' AND ""AKA.
nuHOular'aod rheumatic pains. For sale JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent. Foot HuRau St.,"luikion-wilto.. r a.TUKO. .
"OD..ered All nlKbt. bat s.;YoanKXJamj by all druggists and medicine dealers. : O. KOKH.. Ctenerul Ma.iaicer.VM.. f CLYIIt too, General Agents. I
China'-Some ,Gbeiebro gn Building 1 State St.,01'1'0&.1...Battery Park, New .-ark.
>aredVlth Chi.e For Information relative to sailing dates of Peninsular& Occidental Steamship

l' _. Joke. Tbe Formosa are cutting their C. II. WALTON. Agent '.:Tit YllIe,. FJa.QE I ,
Company, apply t. any a ;ent.
ale ;Some of Wu Tins/ Pang's Ideas. of thetTnltrd hair whereat tHere Is great Jubilation I

r t"W" States are embodied In the following III .JII\l1I\ nl'ICC' government circles. It I /' D. ISAHNEn; Assistant General Passenger Agent, ST. AUOTirSTINE, FLA.
must !I". understood' tint to say "(let
farewell Interview with a your hair ('uti"! to n native of Formosa :B<> I> For eopy of I.ocnlTlme Card." address any npent.

Washington forrc'fipondcnt of tbe New vas formerly the wont form of Insult.

York World. \linoit. its soon he would have cut oft AIR LINE 'RAILWAY.

$p I Tut former Chinese minister crossed his In Mid. =Now,, however as a sign of

i one log over the other uiulcr his lavender ubmfcxlon to Japanese rule and In

h$ 4 skirt. Then ho Interlocked' his fingers conformity "'ItblIu' \ >d customs he KOK- SOUTHERN RAILWAY.

4 5 ', 4 and repontrd the tjut-Htlon. "What 1M beginning/ to shear of bIll superfluous SAVANNAH, COLUMpIA} CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES:: RICHMOND,
hirsute jtrowtb. Every week the -
d '} has most lrn;,rossL'd me during; my six: : governor WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK,
of l Formosa telegraphs/ to Tokyo
In the Cuttcd Stntcs?
years the additional number of natives wbo EFFECTIVE OCT. 1,, 1OO2.
I'' t "Two thlugs." be snld-"the nctlvlty have rut their hair, Just as Lord Kltch- Two Elegant Trains Daily ,

of your people and the good the rich from time to time the
r4i. ncr telegraphed Seaboard Express No. 1'00. N0. I Wo.' 1 yDally. :
,
men do with their money." number of Boers captured. WORTHEASTj.TTSSu'i Rout. Drily NORTHWEST. Routes \ Pallyt4ft

+( "1 suppose every foreigner Is Impress. Seaboard'11ail. Vu Rwttli. ri RY -1)-lM a. 1M p. I,*. i.ack"a.ck.onvUl..Rollth..ru.. . ':- -
a( of the L"., Savennai Ronrhem ley 1 1$p. I 19: all a. LT. Jexiip. Southern Kv .. ... )JII'41\
ed with the ri'stlt-Ha energy .v. (harltttie, Rontl)6ttn. R" IIfl/ p.110 ,a6., Ar.> Macnii, Hontliern Hy . .. a trl<
I, ,?, Americans.' It Is BO different from the PROFIT MODERN PULLMAN EQUJPMENT. Ar.DanCtlle. _&wtkarnity196Ta" !I40i..: /.. r'lovllla, ftiiiitliern Ity. . S 8
i shall I composed Ar. Rluhmou9. SOllth..rn Ity Z'oU a.. 6 431" Ar. Atlanta.. "Southern R .. .. 0. 20
; quieter or sny more
Dally ThrouRli Sleepers from Jacksonville to ... ., ...1
ONLY LINE Operating : -; Roc'kmart 8m.thel'nlty. sea
bablts of the people\ of other countries. Ar Cbsrtottev111eSonthern I/nTehfmriil. a"n6hern. R2 M4 a.II OT p. Ar. Home, Sou>_n Rv. .... .. 7 38
{ New Orleans. Ali { Ity 4 85 a II10/ 1' Ar. Dalton, Houtheru Ry.. ,.. I 8 45
lIt'ewlI.to be full of life, to "
11 riF Everybody Ar. >> anhlngtnu, Southern.R) "tI'a. 930.1'. Ar..Ch..ttauOOKR.Routhernlty........ 0f
) AI'. Hnltlmnre, P. R. RV. ... 80051186'. .
rush about ns If the fate of the universe 1' Lr. Clmttunooipt, jnuen Jfc Cresoent.. !mat
full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent Ar. Philadetplt. R' R.. ... II 12 9 11II a. AI'. OakdHla. queen Sc; Crnscen0.: .. OB
For
v depended on his Individual ef The matter of feed is of ,- Ar. Hew' V,, m ftII forts. You are all bustlers." lie smiled Seaboard, or write Huritln: juron Jic ("" "oont.... .430
\ I Tf... 84 New Tork and Florida Eiprens.. Dallv Ar.l.exlIII'ton. & Crescent.. litiS
l I a little when he used that word. You tremendous the I As t. Oen. 1'usg. AffU Jacksonville, Florida. .. ) CJueen ,
)lr importance to A. O. :MAcDONELL, Pore Tampa ..' Javk- Ar. Cincinnati, queen Oe Crescent 'j' ;30 I
I know the Idioms. It Is this energy .,.nvtlletoiewlork. Din ..
BCO. tag-r LrTCInolunatl: Hljr Knur.Routt.. .. alit
h this activity that accomplishes the feeding is --------------- -------- ---- -- FlnrhtaAr. Chlcs .'.). Hip If our Route.. .... I 110
f.:1.rmcr.Vrong: :Xo. 30. Wnnrilnitton. Richmond and
Cincinnati, reen.Lines... 8 JS
r jMi results that have inmW you the wonder .A.rr'ES.: Llmlt."cI.".laKicbmoncl. Dally! Ilillnutn Sleep- Ar. Chicago. Pen. Linen. ....." "..".. T 31
: : 'L<> .
!:ilECI.A. ..... lOll Cars Jsekeosvllle I. New York.
4 "1 1 ful nation. We In Qhlna; are of n different O3S. Right feeding is profit. Can Dining ;Cincinnati C.H.,1tD.-Monoa.. 816 .

a. temperament We are not so active __TO- ,Ar. Chicago O.H.tt P.-Monon.... 723
LT. CincinnatiAr. l r. it.".&T> >._MiR7>n7 94.-
Att but even with thnt temperament I THROUOH
The farmer knows TO CINCIXXATI THE LAM
OVTHE
up-to-date CALIFORNIA, COLORADO, UTAH, OREGON, WASHINGTON, MONTANA '. Toledo Cr..H.'ltU.-MIl'h.Cent' f 1110
have found It contagious. I find my I SKY. Ar. Detroit. C. H.AD! _Mlcl>.Cent 145

v't P self walking more quickly find doing what: to feed his cows to get and tIle NORTHWEST LexiiiK'nn, bmithern Ry.... .. ., tu610
4 rapidly. It Is groat It lathe NORTH KOU-iV. ROUTK. tNo f 30.\ Jxtmnvllln., Southern Ry..... .. 811)1
) things more ; VIA WASTERS ATJ.AN'rIC'R.. R. and NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA Lv. "'nifcixiiiTllle.- Southern : T II 1 fJO Lv.I..oIII.vllle, Southern Wv... .U. t n !IA 1
r, III'cret-t'nergy. nctlvlty. push; It Is the mot:; milk his pigs to get RY. Lv. Savannah Southern. nV---t 12 .a Ar' Bt. Louie|_,_ Southern Hy. .;:;:.:::....J *:'*
the type of Americanism. and ST. LOUIS Lv.Cdluinliln, Northern Itr.;. .... 7 at' a 'o. 11 "The KUrUla Imltn cr.t"r'l> !Mtrain '
Ar. A.li, Tllle, BeothernRy..... I 1 /flop ofveetihtd.eqmheandFulhuaneleepinAr. l .
r "Then I. marvel at the good the rich the most pork, his hens to \ Dixie Flyer route Hot Springs, Houtliurii R)'.. .. ... 2 Sip rare Jarknonvllle t<> Clnulnnatl. |
do with their money. I mean it as- : AI!. Clnelnomt. Queen Crescant I II 111. H. C. HUNT CityYmieengerandTicket: Allelll

Id tpunds me to see that so ninny of the the .t Science. No. !an Pullman\ ilrawlnir-room. sleeping, -: can F.Cur GARY Tlck.-fl. Dlllcf, 1U8. W Bay reet.H. .
:
: : District
I'awoniter
get rnp eggs. Ap.nt.
e. millionaires In this country distribute -.. -During September and October, lOOd.: Jackaonvllle! to Clnolnn ti\ .Jacknnnville Fla.O .

their wealth to universities libraries But t how about the children ? For descriptive' matter, rates, schedule, etc., write to, or call on -
to hospitals and to great public Improvements II. ACKAUT: Oeii. Mgr.. S. II. IIA1CDWICK, O. P. A.

;wtl't t find enterprises for the educatlou Are they fed 'according to E. J. WALKER, Florida Passenger Agent, *

1 of the people. Mr. Carnegie\ 212 West Day Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Washington, DC.

I said be considered himself nn agent for science a bone food if bones C. E. HARMAN Gen. Pass. Agt.&. II. F. SMITH Traffic Manager. 'V. II. TAYLOK A O 1- A, Atlanta, On.
+ the disposition! of his money for the

e benefit of the people. There. Is very arc soft and undeveloped, a Atlanta, Ga. Nashville, Tenn. :=:

L, little of that tplrlt abroad. '

"Of course there are miners. We flesh and muscle food if .1
e have them In China. There theyare V P They temporarily ;
are
mnny I
k ell C' constipation
ana
IL rich men there, you know, and some of thin and weak and a blood Atlantic CoastlimTR'y. e I by cure agitating the

n them hold on to their money closely. 1 '
)' : 'e suppose there are plenty of misers In bowels but regular action cannot be secured until tIle liver
food: if there is anemia ? enough bile to make the Intestines<.
this country, too, but that doesn't detract
execute their natural functions.ejfldT
,' k from the splendid example of the Scott's Emulsion is a mixed The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: ural agitation,caused by cathartics H eQ'secretes I
men like Carnegie and Rockefeller and continual and Increasing doses to

others who are pouring out their money food ; the Cod Liver Oil in it To the East Over IU own ralla to Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and Washington attain the results. Unnatn
via Pennsylvania R. R.
I for the benefit of the public. I do not ( ; thence I

p i mean to nay that they are giving enoughor makes flesh blood and muscle, To the West The Louisville A: Nashville via Montgomery.; ,
or half enough. It Is the trait that interests The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.\ ; on the
'
M''. PI and Impresses me." the Lime and Soda make bone Via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, liver cures Chills I
After awhile the conversation turned To the East er ;
: Philadelphia and Boston. VlaNorfolk' steamer to New York, of
to literature. and brain. It is the'standard Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah, and Merchants and Fever and every form
e
"What do you think of American literature Miners Transportation Company Baltimore and Philadelphia.To Malarial Dlllous, Remitting and Inter

tI t ?" scientific food for delicate Key West and Havana, via Peninsular' & Occidental Steamship Company. fevers and, by going to the seat of the

"Very good. trouble works permanent cure.

"Mr.: Wu said It aa If tbe literature children. jLiociso: :: ; TiolK.o'te: ; FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.

u of a country only 127 years old neededno Interchangeable mileage; tickets, good over 13.000 mile of among the principal

further commendation. railroads. In the Southern States are on sale by the principal agents. D: it. WILSON & SON.
i d t "Chinese literature la. ancient" continued ;_. Send for free -

Mr. Wu. "It goon buck twenty sample. Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied ---

e' eight centuries before Christ It la with Information and handsome advertising matter. M
B. that the anon I 1.
voluminous. Its classics are wonder. the form igr*of l.b.l to aa the Through; Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line; WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE

+ ful works. China has produced great wrapper o( every. bout olLnmlmon also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway. iORllII !

s' .r writers great poets,, great philosopher you buy.Scott&Bowne For Information. to rates sleeping car reservation etc., call on or write to !
f Their works have endured for a great W. D. STARK Scala ga.atlb Ra.t_ Q vro
FRANK C. BOYLSTON, m +jt+r* *
i r number of years. Your country la Commercial Agent. Tray. Pass. Agent. ': Y
For 20 Years Has led ail'' ; lese
eme
CHEMISTS L m
and Is literature .
J '. young yet. so your St. Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
:, 138 West Bay !I
P$ In China venerate CRAIG Gen'U Pass. sox.. XI":" ....x.a; -C-GoCJpzaT: __
we age N. Y. W. J. Agent .
young. I 409 Pearl St., H. M. EMERSON Traffic Manager. l'"I'r. !I
# Louis
'
: --.p \ ,.
P
: Mr. Wu likes a joke. lie makes. WILMINGTON, N. C. 4.- ; \Z'ltro j F. L-A CD, St.
50c. and $1 i all drujjUU w.w..nw./VVy I
't { theoj; ?bliuaelf jt !metimea. Qnce at a I

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TITUS LLE.RITVRR. '

: o++oo+o+o+0 00o+o;oo+o+o+o+o+o.io+o+o+o+o+o+o+o.0' WEST PALM EACH :,,i'-I r':

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ONVrHE-iyDIA.N-RIVEB. TITUSVILLE, 1 1)0 THE CHRISTMAS' 1 The PalmsVEST PALM BRACH, FLA. ; I&' ,

,

"i'I FLORIDA. I A largo, home-like hotel, well appointed and beautifully located, giving the I '
+o PIRATES # of comforts without the cost of the more expensive ones. Situated on LAKE 1
+0 VVOUT1I, opposite the Royal I'olnclana Ilo'ol. White wnitresses. Electrlo I 1
+
',." o+ Rolls Jood Flailing Hunting and Boating. Rates, *:J, $2 W and $1 per
day. Special rates by the week. THE I'ALMS,1Vest Palm Bench I
J. U. BAST, Proprietor. || By CHARLOTTE F. BOLDTMANN SI i -- ,
Copyright *ut, by C. F. Boldtmann $J
,, A /r ..,(F'J ti !I ? .4 oho+o+O+O+O+o+n&o+ + AMl UK AC 11. tL.
,r j *4 into+a+oioto+ + + +o+oWE ++++iOto ono.o+o+o+o+o+o+O+O+O+o+o+o
DUCK SHOOTING. +0+0+0+0+0toto+0+0+0+0t
a ; loft oft sailing our chair We ,returned to our piny, wishing: to f4

ships) to tierce and bloodless net as though nothing had happened.No !' Hotel Palm Beach. ;
and FISHING butt!h,,, .
on of
carpet seas one spoke our secret but the
,ill'a lflli111I IIm Weei h I iP 1(4( hi11fi4 tU i in ;
lp n, fiI und followed Helen. The suppressed' excitement: In the air made ,1-k: ,
I i I, f ( L !Hates: $2 50 per day daring 1 pirate knocked us forget our piratical battles. We '
n .uf htrmi t-i i J I i a dt p'v'_ Ii, ,' i iPrFxa'r from his ship In the excitement,' forgotto fen red for the little ones too. '' N THE: NK\V): MODKKATK) KATE HOTEL. ;at:;!#' tr
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'I I I t ,r,14e .,. $10 and $121 per w eek cry.Ve nil forgot everything but In the morning the little ones came u Acconnnod.itos. Located; onPalm Palm B acl> :}"': '
Helen
? for
she hud
-- not tell us. a secret she would whispering begging us to go upstairs, proper, between tho Ocean nail Lake WortWltliiu .,/:; +f

; JACKSONVILLE.: --- We bubbled over with excitement:! but we dared not fearful to I let them a minute's walk of the Beach Hall- ,

nnd desire and eagerness, begging for see more. Yet: nothing we did would way Station: \ and Royal Polnclaim: Gardens Rates: : :,

", HOTEL her story, but she-wne calm and mysterious quiet them and we were afraid of anoutburst 3 "I +, $,Um per day and upwaiils. Smites with private r AAr
) WINDSOR of tears. Mother looked at us : .
and grew In Importance as we with F baths extr.i. Booklet and weekly rates on appli t.
suspicion not ,
knowing
why we
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JACKSONVILLE'S: FINEST AND pressed! about her. +r. ; cation. Opens Docemhor 20th. "
'J FI.OIUD.\'S whispered and we did not dare to keep
'Jj j LARGEST: AND BEST \'KAK-UOUND HOTEL. We hung about restlessly watching ItI\) lest she should question us and ;, :s it"""vtk Very special; rates for December and January '1' {

{ her every move; we could not play the learn (rom the little ones what we had 4 L: ? i iJarxlPWar4. W II. OKMES, .Manager.II. [ q
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games so dear to us: we wanted to done So we told them Santa Cluus STANLEY STEVENS, Owner. .

..' pounce upon' Helen and with brute had taken the toys away and If we ___- ..... __. ___ __ .. __ t 41
force make her tell what she knew,
were veryery good and never spoke MIAMIThe
but we dared not. fearing never to of them again he would
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Ji i learn Mother was preparing to go back on Christmas eve Satisfied, they ?
out and) feeling sure we "should, know began to play in the usual way. We Hotel Formeily Palm Cottage.; 1
Palm
when she left we offered to help herto played, too,
hoping to forget, but could MIAMI: FLA. "
get her hat to button her shoes
not When the little ones took their afternoon I'
while she looked at us wondvrliigly,
t not understanding our willingness to nape started for the garretto (ten a lcled, and enlaigod.; All modem Improvement, large, airy room, newly .
/ take one peep, but were bidden 1 to furnished, with broad, breezy voinndiiH. CnlMuo tho veto best. Rates, $: and "' r-
assist.Vhen she hind Helen said
gone. stay downstairs. longed for n sightof 4.1.50:! per, day. Special:) per wbek. (I US. 1)1 U I.J.JoH,11''oprieGor. -(: ;
nothing but ted the way out of the our treasures. One glimpse would .
i room, across the hall up the stairs make im happy we felt sure but we --- '
1CI3Y ft'Ii
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and Into the The daring
garret room. could not A'pt,1t and hung about uneasy
pirate again fell, but recoveredhimself and hard to please.'e asked, questions .f'
without tears and with n grunt about Santa Claim, nod what ho\

followed on quickly rather than loan would bring, hoping to learn which The Jefferson l KKV WEST, FLA. ( -
) eIght of Helen. toys wyuld be oar own, but we were k .
Finally she stopped before a closet! answered evasively and told to wait ", ::;
far over on the other side of the house.! until When night came,
Ohrlsyims. JAS. 1'. VIXINO I Manager./ ,4 't
She waited for all to come up. then mother sent us early to bed judging "
allowed. rill 1IVltllItlcketa via P. A O. H. S. Co.l r
Stopover on :
.' opened the door and pointed.!
from
DODGE & CULLEN3, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS. our action we were sick. We triedto
-.. _. "Santa Clans!" we shouted and were sleep, but could not thoughts of thetreasures '
. silent with awe There on the shelf over our bends keeping( Im ISLAND CITY HOTEL :
KIYVE'I' FLORIDA.
under the rafters stood nil the'e\l- ,
awokeVe got together(;: nail whispered ,
I DUYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. deuces that Santa Claim had 1 been, longing for n sight of the new i
W. J. PALM RU, MANACRU.
there. toys, arid knowing/ that all were safely ;
Delight mode us speechless, forgetful nnleep quietly took the night candle Now. Modem. Flrnt-oliiNN. Mlim meets 'all Stoanien. Rates, :11.110: ; ( ) per day,'

of all save the joy of seeing! beforeus and crawled up the garret stairs to the r and upwards-Cotnnuiiclnlhpcclnl.ST./ .

Opposite postofflce. 'Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- toys coveted so long. There stood cupboard.( I Again the sight! filled UH __ I'
the automobile to carry the doll with with longing.! Again\ the" daring pirate : ,
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted, . pink cheeks and chestnut hair, with aloft In his. chair ship took down one "W.I'I.nSnUnu .r
eyes that opened and dOItl'I1. with (nagnllleent after the other nnd In the delight of ,
Rates (2.50 and ST. l'N'I'tHSmmO; \, FLA. i
day
per up. THE BELMONT l l
silken gown The drum] ma their possession' we lost ourselves nnd November 10th. '

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. jor's cap was there the horn that Lit- played nnd played nntll the crowing Ou the west shore 01 Tampa: Hay. The most Iioaltliful Opened winter resort city in the M
tle Boy, : Blue -would blow dishes for of the code: warned us to our beds.
State On high ground, pine water perfect drainage; spaclou plazxas, room
the little mother n sword olld n gun Next' morning we slept long and largo and newly fimiinheu, papered and painted, Hutu, *:J i' riluy ; 4\101\ Oil to tl .Ut) r ,
EST \"iORELAND West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE for the fierce pirate, n noddlnx! elephant mother again feared somo sickness.We per week. W. It. TU'l'KTTh' Proprietor.. ,

HOTEL, FLA. a bleating sheep bats and balK_ "could, not, eat breakfast; we were .. --- .. .. "-. I,
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American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- 'VAHIl( 'l'UN. i E 1:

i ed this season. Fine cooking and /good table. Hot and Cold Water p THE BUCKET BUFFET 1 "'

Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All j t
310 Sixth street, WASHINGTON, P. C., t
street oars pees! the door. Rates, 2.00 tn 82.SO per day. '
,I ltis IM one of the mont popular Wine, Liquor and Cigar IIOIINOS In Washington,, ." ",
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. ,
All of the best blends In stuck. and the. pi lens all tow ns any unties In the city,\ f ,
:
:r
r- ;, '. ,. Sou tlimmiit" moot ninny lileixU IU'le. Note tho add tens I :31(1( Sixth :Stre.t, j
NEW Coiner :Main and Adams Sts.JACKSONVILLE .
VICTORIA r'
HOTEL, :: FLA. : facing the National' )Hotel, and In elope proximity to the! retinHylvnnlii station' '

f JOflX E. UUC'KKY, l'I'UI'I'letor, 2HI Hlith Street, WASHINOTOX, I). C. : '
Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located. Rates $2,()K)and $2.50 per ,

d.iy. European plan; rooms, 50 cents to $1 100 each person & + -. h
R. BIXLEH, Proprietor. r % frrS NIW VOHIC i '

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I S AnUEEZ& Hotel Marlborough, I Ilironrlway .


NOW OPE.V.SEABREEZE I :filth and !|7tU Streets, NEW YO HI(.
the e Colonnades I 40'1 n..Ollltl.. 200 hulli, IOOIIIH.) Lighted entliuly with eleolrlo lights.) Con

(Daytona) FLA. ducted on .Yineilcin !toIl Kiiropuan plaim, "lull.. managed.( under the porsonaluuervUlon

of tho uwnor. I
E. H. CHOU'ELL, Manager.
SPECIAl. RATES UNTIL JANUART 13TII.: .
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ETC. ADDRESS:.
FOR RATES, BOOKLETS, ,
om fiat :Supply: UOIue of Tho Illlnol KUhormeii' Asuoclatlon. {
: CHAS. A. CRKIGIITOJT, Manager. I jI

PALMER: .& SHARES, Proprietors. S o I The Chicago Not and TAVJIIO Co.Mnnufaoturnrs t ,

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New Rockledge Hotel KOCKLEDGH:, KLA. I E EI

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INDIAN RIVER. (, I o '
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, Situated In midst of full bearing orange /grove, overlooking,: Indian River. I Y I '
toj'I
I Unexcelled hunting and fishing Casino, Billlaids aDd l Bovfllng. Livery.\ : I W I iI I i'I

:Steam Heat, andmany suites with Private Bath. Two dally concerts by flrstcla _, I l'I j I FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Deicrlptlon a I '

s orchestra. Rates,. :3.00 per day and upward. Special weekly rates until rl Ji Deniers In seine, Twine, Maitre ford, )Hop, E,(. f .1

January :20th. Originators Wholesale l Prices direct to the FI.heen. '
II. R. SHAKES: Proprietor. 70.M1-.I: JndUiift tit!, Chluasu, Ill. I i

_ummer Hotel: New Weirs, Lake Wlnnlpesaukee, N. II. THE STAR OF BETHLEHEM BY PIGLHEIN.ships _.,,_4< ntl
::. We sr,,,-MembHr; ; of the Illinois rishertnen'j* A"" ,tlinn.C ,
I feverish and excited. We Jumped at -- I
MEKRITT, Merrlttg Island. and sleds books skates and a any unusual noise. We had no heart
I
theater for our dolls. to piny and were glad when again she : 2.A.S3: L VM OO : ;
rIlE LODGE. Winter Resort. The daring pi-
HUNTING silent bed.
WIGWAM, Still we were tent us early to JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
,, On Indian River| Merrltt, Fla. rate brought his chair ship anal, climbIng Each night we played In the garret ??, a IUD 'Y. ray at.. ,

Open. Accommodation for 10 Sun Parlor Balllard, Pool ad Into It. captured the shelf's cargo. and each day longed for night to come,
4gNpw j ? tables' tlwlmmlDjl Pool. Ba hind otme free to gueetL 8oO feet of dock Automobile doll dishes, gun balls yet dreading to be found out. Ono day
our- catboat for crolslng. Hunting and'flshing finest on the Coast. Write, and sheep, elephants books skates and all when a neighbor commented on the '
boat will meet you at Cooon, free, E. J. BLAIR. Proprietor. came: !' down. We scrambled for them!' nightly light In our garret w* grew FULL Few. "

_._ silently' tearing them from each oth faint and white and breathlessly wait- 1 \
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er's angers. Knch gained a treosure ed for mother answer 'To our relief
JENSEN. coveted and become absorbed nulled and said Santa
especially she merely CXDEJS w
In It. forgetting time o lid..plal't' Claus needed a light sometime Hut EXPRfSS Paivan,
I\L FRESCO IIOTEL JESSEY, FLA. and all else but that the longing to ns for tae we were careful to keep the PREPAID : .
of Pineapple Belt. satlsfl!.-d.
center possess at last was !light from the window after that.
gjOT UNDER,NEW )IANAGE E T. "V: Below stairs a donr slammed caught It was the week before Cbrl tma .

The prettiest location on Indian River. Large, beautiful\ground *and,ear by the wind. We Jumped to our find feet I We began to stay up later. Our former ?9 rt I7 tT
the Ocean. Fine Fishing and Hunting./ Term rell80na e. Letters In an agony of fear. No one must fear of mice In the garret engulfedour / -
Telegrams reserving room will receive prompt aUenUon. on hem Wr snatched the toy. from desire to see the new toys. Their a1 424k_a 6QtS
JOIIS :;. PARK, OwnorandPraprietor. the little ones, sending them away In charm were beginning to fade; no I .
--= We put the toy bock for the automobilethat "
cared
a flood of tears. longer we
In their place and went below stairs.: carried the doll with pink cheeks 1 IDoDtLlVtRfO $45o
! WEST PALM: BEACIf. The little ones cbattered excitedly and chestnut hair with eyes that r
but we tried to qolet them. Impressing opened and closed with magnificent J
upon them that Santa had left these liken gown. DOT for the drum major fOR S

The Leamington WEST I'ALM BEACH- gifts for Christmas and would take cap nor the horn that Little Boy Blue I
FLORIDA.n them away It any one found oat We W aid blow, nor the dishes for the little $ ::12qg $90?
all agreed never never o closet\ mother nor the sword and the gun n ,
not to peep the pirate!', nor the nodding "
fierce
promised for the
C. ERXST, :Manager.: from for the 1'utat itrewlii Co.
n Lake Large veran d all. not even to go ap to the garret 3f Agent. V
I Worth. oppoelte Postofflce and biislnena house (continued on page

II Strictly flrit .... Summer Rates, '2 per day. Special by the week. then until Christmas.
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''iHj I I : I If EAST COAST ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 19, 1902.



To Hotel Proprietors, ENTERTAINMENTS GALoRE. FORT' DALLAS NATIONA BANOF K Robbins & Graham Go

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w -To Commission Merchants, MIAMI. XMAS PRESENTS
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The "Demtrlek Sltnl.and Goodwln'.lIIln. -

To Storekeepers, and others..., .tr..l*at Fort Pierce. The Fort Dallas National Bank of Mi (Incorporated.) 111 I

If want to get good results To Bay that the "Deeutrlck. Sknle," ami Is composed of the wealthiest and PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.. .
i you played by home talent at the new hall most experienced financiers In Florida This company owns
advertise In the Saturday: evening was a success, wouldbe and outside. The names of these men
putting It mild, for It was Immense. are sufficient! guarantee that this will be in, uk. 3r :ID s, -

EAST COAST ADVOCATE The hall was packed long: before the one of the largest, safest and strongest The best place to get a nice Christmas I'rollont.la
curtain rose, and they continued to come of the financial institutions in East Florida In the Indian River Country; On the St.

TITUSVILLEIndlafRiverFLORIDA. until the entertainment commenced, at least. Luole River; at:New River and on Bay at O. L. Mandavllle'a Jewelry Store, where you can
which was opened at 7:80: by some fine( The officers are: Wm. M. Brown (of
a +mi The ADVOCATE circulates extensively selections on Mr. Dan MoCarty's Victor Titusville), president; Milton W. Curry Biscayne. Prices to suit the times. find a large assortment to select from, including fineGents'

the orange, lemon, pineapple machine then followed mandolin and It. McCormick
throughout talking ; R. vice-presidents; Send for Land List.
and Chains Rings Cuff
+1 i M and fish sections of Florida-going and guitar: trio by Mr. and Mrs. Pom and Charles L. Hobbs, cashier. The directors and Ladles' Watches ,

,, to every postoffice between Jacksonville eroy and Mr Bahney which was given are: Oakleigh Tborne, president Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla. Buttons and Broaches; a fine line of Sterling Silver
L ; and Key West,as well as Into every State a round of applause. Next was a solo of the North American Trust Co., New .
''e, In the Union. It IK known as the "Pink by Mrs. Hudson, the sweet contralto, accompanied York; Milton W. Curry ami George 11. and Ebony Novelties, and the best line In town In
Paper of Florida." on the piano by Mrs. Hart- Curry, both of the firm of Wm. Curry East Coast Meat Market
ill
f I !r" The East Coait of Florida bas some of stone, that Iininltable pianist who was Sons, of Key West, Fla. ,Gentlemen's and; Ladles' Toilet Sets, in Ebony and
the finest hotels. In the United State, at her best with melody, full of depth Of our home people on the board of
.- and nearly every hotel l Is overflowing and feeling at her linger tips; the audi directors are Wm. M. Brown and Chas. G. F. DUREN Agent. Sterling Silver." Everything at reasonable prices.

h with tourists during the winter. NOW ence sat spell bound throughout the Bong ; U. Garlhslde, and R. McCormick, of the r&Z: : 5S==> 3' attention to mall orders Satisfaction -
IS YOUR TIME TO ADVERTISE.Give :: and your correspondent, for one Bank of Bay Blscayne; John Sewell, of Special given
the ADVOCATE 3 onr Rd. and you lifted out of the dally grind,and followed the firm of John Sewell & Bro.; L. C. s.:.>.>.. c -. Guaranteed. Correspondence Solicited.
w'' will not regret: It. Our office is a kind of the sweet singer through the pulsing Oliver, president of the F. E. C. Ice Co.; U2c
Bureau of Information. For rates, etc, melody of that passionate song, and E. L. Brady, of tbe firm of E. L. Brady :> rv:

address, seemed to hear the murmur of the waves & Co. ; K. T. udlte,bard ware merchant; 1 beta:

' i Advertising Manager, TUB ADVOCATE, and the whisper of the winds from the and Thos. J. Peters, tomato grower. s>>

Titusville Kla.JEWELERS sea. The "DeestrlckSkulet'-then came The bank will begin: business with a G. L. MANDAYILLE Jeweler and Optician.
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In, in costumes quaint, funny and old. capital of $100,000.00, and whenever the ,
+I Ia The players showed careful training and business demands more, all that may be

I quite a bit of talent, each one acting his required will be at hand. The buildingwill _. .TITUSVILLE, ... FLORIDA.
; ell J9 : or her part to perfection. Mr. George be completed and the bank will open = to C
} 1 Baohiis, In the role of Sim: Dlpsy, was Its doors for buslnees on February 1st. CY y
imply killing and the mention of SI.n's On the Oth instant va p
Tuesday, quite an
u; AND BILVEKSMITHS, name set the audience In an uproar of Interesting ceremony was performed at TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA E_ L_ :ee: :c &:, :eeo. ,

} 41 West Bay Street, laughter and applanse. You have got to Miami, when the formal laying of the IN
see to appreciate the real vein of humor : corner stone took: place. President Wm. -DEALERS -
t JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. In Mr. liachus acting. The whole affair H. Brown had secured a copper box In a, GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT
t Largest stock In this section of country. was under the management of Mrs. which, before sealing, he deposited the = ,
L, Established In 18(58.( Elizabeth McCarty and too much praise bible. the prayer book the Miami News, e We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for APES FERTILIZER!
cannot be bestowed up" n this estimable the Metropolis containing the first announcement We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all\ coon
u Send for descriptive catalogue. lady for her untiring efforts In making It of the organization and'des- era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station

--. the success It was. The handsome some cription of the building; the EAST COAST E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

w' BUSCH of 164.20 was realized; $10,00 horse hire ADVOCATE, some rare coins and trinkets, X&3&If
..THE ANHEUSER ,. donated by Mr. Robinson, $22.00: donatedby with photographs of Miami In lis early,
Mrs. McCarty for help hire and Ice days. This box was deposited in the W. CARROLL
Brewing Asso'S.I cream and $10.00 donated for cakes by corner aud cemented Into the stone, AadF. ,
the ladles. The proceeds. will be used where it will remain for the future, securely -Dealer I_
for the benefit of the Methodist church holding and hiding Interesting

I Famous St.LouU Keg,and Uot- which needs. painting, and the memorial contents.-Miami Metropolis. ti GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLE
tied Beer. window needs some fixing to stop the ,
slut1 leaking through It. Our community Is Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage Soli] i"ed.
p, Sold by Messrs.F.A.Lesley and proud of Mrs. McCarty; she la capable CHRISTMAS TREES., 11 TITUSVILLEFLORIDA' .

-1 B. L. Motlow,Titusville,"'." public spirited sincere Christian hearted -
and the of Heaven ----- -- -
By Mr.R.L. Motlow Coooa,Fla. woman, may blessings HKTIIODIST, CHURCH.
c rest on her shapely head, and the rest of
I the of Program of Christmas exercises to be INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUHTJLLK .
""i JOSEPH ZAPF Prof.players Goodwin's the "Deestrlck minstrel will Skule.give their !given; by the Methodist Sunday school on Your House Goes up in Smokeand

1 i'tLk Jhristrnas. Eve,' beginning at 6 p. m.MusiC' FLA.
first show of the season at the new hall you loose everything
+ Sole Agent. on Friday evening Come everybody and by "Mrs. Pendleton; Recitation, it Is your own fault. Is[ prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attend
have good time. Everything presentedwill "Welcome, Herbert "Bethea: Hymn, paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
:In.S'1ra.z100.lIufficlent :
the World :IJ'II.1rO: : : .
to
"Joy Congregation: ;
I 610 to 620 West Bay Street, be new and up-to-date. They will\ T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
show at Jensen, Tuesday, and at White Prayer, Pastor; Recitation, "The Bethlehem to cover the value of the prop-
rl A Shepherds," Miss Alma' Robinson; erty and household effects should be car -
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City at a later date. The receipts of
tuff JACKSONVILLE, FLA. hymn "Merry Christmas Bells," Children ried. Rates are not high. The companies
these shows will be used to purchase Instruments TXTWS'V".xx..LE
: : ST.AJ3L
L.IVZR-S:
.i.iw" for a band. Success to them. ; Recitation, "The Story of the Wine we represent are solvent reliable and lib-

.:EI... L. MOTLOOP.V :: : Men," three boys; Emblematic exercise, eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
six girls,representing Chrlntlanity,Faith, Don't negated to take out a policy. + p+ Il'' 111
V i SUNDAY HUNTING. Hope, Love, Purity and Truth; Hymn, SCHUYLER & 3RANNING FEED AND SALE i SADDLE HORSES
i "Shine On, Bright Star," Choir; Short: ,

CITY POINT. Deo. 17, 1002. Address by the Superintendent, Rev. A. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ...STABLES... N11jj, BUGGIES,
D. Penney; Distribution of Presents from Correspondeuce Invited.
Editor Eat Coast Advocate: the Tree; Benediction. Every body Is invited BAGGAGE = q SURRETS,

Dear Sir-I notice your Sharpes correspondent to attend.
bad something to say about A Fine Place For Sale. TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS
ids Sunday hunting in last week's ADVO EPISCOPAL CHURCH. '
v CATE. Now, I scarcely know how to The ladles of St. Gabriel's Guild will 200 feet on Indian River, and running/ HAULING, KTC. ..all kinds
l tackle a subject so one sided an to tup-. J live a C1fllltmaIl1'ree-for the children of back SOvjft. to county road; a lot adjoining -

pie over, at every breath of attack! the I the Sunday :School: and parish, In the IHSrt., river front, running back J. M. OSBAN & BRO, t
,Lad. habit of hunting on the Sabbath Episcopal! church' on Chris'mas' Eve., 140fI; on a bluff, 2l>ft. above the river, Tl1'USVJI.I.Ell..ck. of Grand View hotel.FLORtD..
There Is really nothing on tbe othur side )fee. 24ih. at half !past six o'clock. :Special :! whlQh Is. salt water, and three miles
wide at this. place. --
to support it. music and carom have been prepared
We all know, In a passive way, that and a cordial Invitation U. extended for House of six rooms, has been kept
Sunday hunting violates the law, both ,, all 1 to be present and enjoy children's painted and In good l repair; 23ft.; from THE NEW YORK GROCERY COMPANY.WHOLESALE
Christmas service. The hour IH early liver bank, commanding beautiful view .
human and Divine; and, In a sense, we
I feel it to be wrong. But we don't stop I I that all the little ones may atteud, who of Indian River; stairs lead down to
: to think. One of the boys, with whomI are especially Invited., the river, and a dock built out into the
asked water to accommodate small boats. A FRUIT, PRODUCE&. POULTRY MERCHANTS''
was very chummy, recently me PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers If I thought it was to hunt on a I never-falling wellwtth pump near kitchen -
Sunday, and said he wrong could see no harm. I, The Tltusvllle Presbyterian Sunday door, and a never-falling: spring/ of We buy for cash, or receive on commission, all kinds of Fruits and Produce

i Ales Stout, Etc. la It. But he get ine to thinking, and I School will\ have a /'hilstinaa: Tree for cleo\roo"I. pure water a short distance. and guarantee the highest market! prices for all goods consigned. .We.give ou;

JtySend: me your oidoml began to fret; and the more 1 thought, the children of the school, In the church, from house. Home lot and poultry yards close personal attention to I the consignments and any.business entrusted to us wilt!

TITUSVILLE and COCOA FLORIDA. the more I felt Sunday hunting was not on Christmas Eve., Dec. 24'h, at 7'IO: () fenced with poultry netting. One house have the benefit of our experience and knowledge of the'market.. Return- ai|
$ o'clock. The exercises will consist of hares
for poultry and Belgian 12x22: feet: ,
e right: -Irrespective of the law-and I resolved songs and reclatatlou by the children.A and a smaller f.mcy poultry house. made on the day of sale. We solicit shipments of Tomatoes, Cabbage, Potatocx!!
never to hunt again on the Sab!
bath. It Is a sad state of affairs when cordial Invitation Is extended to all.LAOUANOK. 71 orange trees just coming/ Into bear- Onions.Celery, Oranges, Limes, Lemons, Pineapples, Peaches. Plums, Grapec;

.. ; ..w' Hodgson Bros. men who any they have no time to go to '. Ing, 2 grapefruit trees, 2 peach trees, 3 etc., etc. I

v church, can spend nearly the whole day LaGrange will, as usual, have a Christmas several scuppernong grape vines and -all beating bushes We correspondence, and will keep you'In touch with, (he market. .I
kumquats
,
guava
EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. bunting. You, no doubt, have the same tree on Christmas Eve. This tree
5r shade trees and tropical trees and shrubs The New York Co. i
{ state of affairs In TltuHvllle on Sundays.I '1'1'11not\ be behind previous years, for it the house. Grocery i
Marine Railway. feel ashamed when 1 think of it. I near
/ will be one of the finest'on the East A good county road.along near river 00-111 BRIDGE! St., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA!
feel more, I feel "mean" when I think
General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. of this Sabbath breaking Coast of Florida. bank, from Titusville, the county seat, ,
rti eleven miles north, toRockledge; a beautiful -- -----------1
..Special Facilities.. Boys, do not let us do It. It Is bad- ,
'k almost as bad as stealing oranges, only QUAY AND THE PRESIDENT. winter resort, nine miles south, with I I :
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing some will hunt who will not steal. Do -, Coooa, a nice little buRlne town and Seeds For Summer
Railroad station Crops.
l City Point between. i
Yachts and Launches. not do It, boys It. Is bad enough to News comes to( this office to the effect mile west. Postofflce and school near.

quit, and too bad to continue. that Senator M. S. Quay, In a repent debate Five of line fruit land near ,
t Mention the ADVOCATE when writing. Sheriff Brown. has given notice that acres very
the :Senate the Statehood bill
In : on station (from which a little was given for
be Intends to "take the blinds olf and charged: the Republicans with bad faithin section houses) containing a beautiful Millets\ Sorghums, Suite Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Te08 ate, Giant
kt see what Is going In Brevard county on their Beggarweed, clean.Whlpps .
Wanted. platform. of 100 Ir.
Malinger young peach orchid es, mostly
a Sunday, and If he finds any hunting,
"
the about the
If lie to people
you bore fine this
A ,, he Is going!: to stop It. Let the poor Statehood plan yon will lie to them about, fruit In bearing gooil, size a and exceedingly crop year rich; CC:>'1I.T :JE.J4.: :: ..!:>>=
We doHtre" to employ a trustworthy have one day In seven to enjoy "
1 j game
In the
other provision platform, ,
every flavor. A little house near iarlon always Clays, Wonderful, Black Unknown, Ladyfingers.
business their rights-rights protected ,
lady or gentleman to manage our protected
J the ohambor
shouted
he dotlautlyaoro..s rents for $1 or $1.50 per month. Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices. Conch ('eliot. 35o; qt., Postpaid; $1.2.'!,
;; In this county and adjoining terri) by all lawn, human and Divine. Ask to the men who are opposing the Omni per
Experts this soil particularly) peck $,12% bushel. I
pronounce ;
!
Is well and wife teacher about It.
Our House favorably mother or
tory. bus bill and to Oklahoma '
your think seeking give adapted lo grape culture. Price, by ad- Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden ?oo. Fertilizes.
I I' known. $20.00 straight cash salary and They won't have to stop to to alone statehood. "BOX 10," I

,I all expenses paid each week by Chock give: you a correct answer. Ask your'best The suggestion; was made as coming dressing. hardeertlieha. L. CAMERON. Tr.e Seed Store -

!'J Ii'' direct from Headquarters. Expense J girl" If you have one. She Is from the White hou e, that Oklahoma 1 114 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLATabor's I;
,l : ".. money Rdvanoedprevlousexperienceun; ( ashamed of you. and Indian Territory be admitted as one C I
II '' necessary;position permanent. Address, Boys, It Is better for you to go to :State, and New Mexico and Arizona as A Fine Home For Sale.A ,
,1;. TIIO.MAS: I. COOPER, Manager 1040 Cax- church with or without your J girls, Instead another, but Senator Qua will have none ; -j jUan
top Building Chicago, 111. of going hunting on a Sunday.: of it. lIe still urges a roll call and claims model southern home in South end Trees
The nice girls nearly always J gotochurchto the votes that will defeat the Adminis- of Brevard county, on the Indian River,
I., 4l -A TRUSTWORTHY OKNTLB- set good example. Boys, follow In tration. X In the center of the pineapple belt. Nice
WANTED lady: In each county to manage their footsteps, and If you are good, the U-rooni dwelling and out-buildings. Ten
1 bu""..,.,*for an old ental>l tubed hotme ofollil girls will naturally take to you, and will acres in fruiting pineapples; 40 orange, an enviable reputation for being well grown, thrifty and true to name-
CANE.ST.
GROWERS OF SUGAR .
nnunctal atandiugA atialKbt bone fide very Important considerations' to the planter. Among our thousands of satisfied
keep out of trouble. But If lemon lime and grapefruit trees-must
weekly cash salary of*18.00 load by check each you you go customers Is the United
g% WeilnoHduy with all e"l"nlle" direct from headquartern. hunting on the Sabbath you may be bit- I all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards /States Government, for whom we are growing special
Money advanuedforexpen.e.. Man ten with a saake, and lose you soul withit. AUGUSTINE FLA., Deo. IT, 1003. and flower garden. Will be sold at a hybrids, on contract, both In nursery and chard. Our twenty years extensU
ajer.KO Caxtou building. Chicago. 2jan3 No one-whether bitten by a snake Editor East Coast Advocate i bargain.. For full particulars address: and Orchard Ornamentals.and Nursery experience is at your service. Fruit trees Shade trees, Kosei
Freight Prepaid. Catalogue free.
lived "O.
or not-has ever long enough to
J.. OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WALton's tell whether a soul grows!: la the place of Will you please send me the names :. Care ADVOCATE, Tltueville, Fla. GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES, G. L. TABER, PROPRIETOR
i Rapid Calking Tools now In use the one you lose by Sunday hunting.Do and addresses of a few prominent .farmers '
by boat owners In the United States. not risk it boys. In northern Brevard county, who Glen Saint Mary, Florida- '

Price ....00 and $8.00 each, at the ADVOCATE ANOTHER OF TUB BOTS. grow sugar came? I am receiving a supply Notice to Creditors., ,
office, Tttusville, Fla. of bulletin on this subject from the -

Department of Agriculture, that I wish :
Laud Fur Sale. FLORIDA ORANGES. ,to distribute. TO ntee- The Pioneer Cooperage-
Yours truly, Richards. mends, ileceaMd.atnlnat, the Estate of Thomas .11:.

i 17> acres firsUclaas pineapple land, P. Ruhlman Co., New York, says J. E. INOBAHAM, Yon are hereby notified to present :your claims LAGRANGE, FLORIDA.I :
desirable front St. Lucie river the receipts of oranges from ,Floridahave' SrdYlce-President, F.E. t%. U'y. to tbe undersigned within two years from the manufacture all kinds and I
on at a expiration of the advertisement otherwise theante sizes of TANKS: cheaply and expedItion sly.
i4) bargain. For reasonable terms write, been lighter this week. The market will be pleaded In bar thereof When in need of a tank write for estimate .
me
i REBECCA J. RICHARDS, as I can fill your order to perfection.TOM
fi \y. W. LroK!:, la, generally speaking, In good shape. A Million Voices.
1 Executrix!: of the Lam Will of :
Tibbals For good brlghts we have been getting: JOHNSON, LaGrange Fla.
Fla.
Could the thanks of Thomas K, Richard" ,deceased.
hardly ,
from :f3. O to f'J 73 per box, but for the express \
of West Point la. Listen Eden,Fla.,Deo. VHO. *.wTITUSVILLE'S
Homer Hall, -- -
famous Indian River orange as high a*
"
Draying.w cold had settled his
,I r fl.l\O. Russets from 92.50 to $3.01): why: A severe .
( ; There Is a deal of grapefruit: around, lungs causing a most obstinate cough. TRAINS.The .

a : i Draylng or hauling of i1\ inds prompt- which finds a rather slow sale, ranging: Several physicians laid he had consumption Launches For Sale .!
( I but could not help hIm. When all the times of arrival
4' ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove from fJ.: JSO to $a.oo. The trouble Is, a following are
''i.- wood supplied. good share of the stock: Is undesirable. thought be was doomed ha began to use and departure of passenger trains to and
if I ALFRED: xlADLicr, Titusville. Tangerines are selling: from $:.1.50 to Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption from Titusville:

I ,4; |maa's:5.00; Guide.a few higher.-New York Frult- and 1 saved and writes my life., "*U I completely now weigh cured 2271bl me!." Laves Tltnavll'" SOCTHBOUKD.for Miami and 34 foot Launch, S foot beam, standing roof, 14 horse power Buffalo Motor
Cleaned )
I.
Clothing Dyed s31
,
It's positively guaranteed for coughs Intermediate point at I PKOBTHBOVirD. -m* speed 12 miles.
i colds and lung troubles. Price 50cts and .
. r- COUGHS, COLDS AND CONSTIPATION. bottles free at Wilson &Son's. 30 foot Launch, 6 foot beam, standing roof, 7 horse Buffalo Motor.
Pressed and Repaired. Ladles' dresses .-Few people realize when taking $1. Trial Lean Tltu.Tllle for Jacksonville I I:49 power
i! a specialty. Address, and Intermediate points st I ITltiMTllWt p.m.N 20 foot Launch 6 ft :a In. beam
' cough medicines other than Foley's Honey : .. glass cabin, 0 horse power Mlanus Motor.
for Sanford 1:011
a.m
'f BAoPJlRKI: and Tar that they contain opiate Clyde Steamship Line. I
"
Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street Arrives TltiuvlUe from Sanford t as p.m All in Good Running Order.
besides
which are constipating, being unsafe -
.t$ P. O. Box 233. Sanford, Fla. particularly for children. Foley's Tickets and reservation via the Clyde
,t" Honey and Tar contains no opiates Is Steamship Line can be secured of Chas.B. tr'- We cannot guarantee to publish
t ,I 5CJT: Reading notice ads. on this page safe and sure and will not constipate. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, Titusville. Items that do not reach this office before GEO. R. WALLACE West Palm Beach Fla.

t : .J; are live cents per line per week. For sale by B. It. Wilson A Son. noon on Thursdays. ,






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TO THE BUST COAST ADVOCATE. r

CHRISTMAS 1902. ,
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TITUSVILLE FLA. FRIDAY Niwli :i.R jn.
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any more than you can teach .
a ben FESTIVAL
play checker! Never mind I'll ju.t liy SPIRIT HI ART.

mjr kindling On top of the
A Christmas .eold-Chritma., time trash for and sWUing :not\ A Grnl Them for s... Artist 1Plae. .
:
ghowhen
anyhow! you've on CanvaA Name TJiet
got to
Comedy of Errors live with a man it'* best to take everv Wilt Always Inspire. \
opportunity to teach him what' right" \
A* the fire to crackle cheerfully Hall glads-ome season of Holy Days!
she left it and went over to the old-fash'.: -Imid to those phase of the season

loned cupboard in the corner, reached of cheer exemplified by art wherevtr

By ELISA AftMSTKONO BENGOUOB. carefully a: bundle.to the top shelf and took down found-art in the palace or in hhe cot

"ill just take a last peep at Josiah's -in the forest or in the open-art Jj ( iJjf
present she said. upon the tuge-art in the shadow of l (

o bow, we arc all ready a lot of work in thel ittingofhthat was afghan ten thousand belfries-art in canvas .
'
OYHERE Christina.." said Mri. and if he doesn't give me those fur touched and awakened into splendid ,
by, a* ib. climbed stiffly he'll feel a good deal ashamed every time color by the hand of genius.. ")

down ,: rom' the' chair on be put It. over has knees in the buggy The season of Fe.th'Byalld: off Us "

which she bad been standing to deck the this wlntend the fur are not in the twin sister, lldspltallty, has alwayj
chandelier with holly "How surprised house, I know that for I've been over appealed to artist Just I'
will be when be'oomea in cold and 01 as the tic (
Josiah every square inch it in I'd find
drama Is
hopes man said to have
tired, to find th. place looking 10 like he'd hidden 'em somewhere. She bad had It. rle1l "
time. 1 declare I have in the.festivities- the rustic youth!
holiday a goal unfolded a wonderful combination of color l f l a
'mind to make a fire in ,the. store just to in wool which would have made Jo.ph' so it U true that many glorious can- ;

please him,)) be kept asking for ft so long- .. coat a somber garment by compari- vases, ancient and modern in sent! ,

though, corn to think of it, be hasn't eon, and looked at it with great admira ment, have been resultant from his. I

mentioned it lately, though J always told tion. Then she carefully replaced it. "I tory's feasting days -some splendid ,

him it only mad s'' dirt for me to' cleanup don't know a* it'* just necessary to keep one, indeed, by foot, hungry ,,
and to.' furnace, hated, the who!. it there-he wouldn't it if I' painter ''IjiAi/I I "
away up see who never lived to experience for ( ((( ) Letlersrft : ;
place anyhow. Ha aid big mother used it was right under his 110... Dear' me, 1 I themselves
to have a nice fir. in the, stove when they certainly smell something burning. I anything approaching the t t,

come in evening*. Of course, she did; his wonder if it can be'my cake i.t the oven, satiety In which they; reveled on can Iy I ; y pan'la Ctlaus, .
. i
mother never .aw' a furnace in her Ii!., J had almost forgotten it, with all these vas.A v y -"

other thing on my mind." grand tlieme for a painter someday .

"There come Josiah now!" the cried says; a writer in the National :

6 olp .t un r ten minute later, a* she heard the door Magazine, would be a New, England .
..
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of the' sitting room open. "I'll stay out Christmas table scenein the early, -.1- Vi.1 ,

here'and see what he'does. Well, syrcly part of the nineteenth century, for Instance r?
( 1 1A 1I he must be pleased with the decorations when wide old-fathioned lieu m.MLmRlayinr,, j:.
and the fife in the atove. It sounds all if with side-settle //If t. ,
and
placer, back-log
he was doing a jig all over the roomandhim -- cr
and era ne-hanging: and warming-pan
a professing Christian, too! ;
I Five minutes later later she opened the comforts were the order of the day : Bled rsticliman, held both his- hands natil -

sitting room door and stood transfixed on when, a* also at Thanksgiving, all the the other had vanished la the sunflower A;

the threshold "Why, Josiah Slickerby, members of the family come together stalk. Carlin glowed,, under the t hgirl'd
what on earth is the matter?" she to the home firetid*-when the live touch, and oboyed. ,;

.bricked. "You are a* black ... a sweep oak ceiling timbers rang and rang A CHRISTMAS HOLDUP ; "p/Jf you belong to this- omp nj?" he .I, t "
and your beard I Ia all singed, and what I.' again with Yule-tide cheer. ; asked, a little bitterly, as she looted' his :,
that awful smell in here, and w-wbat is The for whom the linn, new that it was too late f
one year's
greatest "
? but remember what said]
that have in hand?" isv yon you
you your Holy Day \va. Domed will, as in rBlt a rite! while ago 'there U more' than one ;
r "It's your: new set of furs, that'. whatit
ages past, Inspire the artist!. along alt kln Josiah
1 is, retorted grimly, "a good st CUAnLJ: MORIAU: f1AAABRa
the> 'World shall last From A shrill whbtle .sounded tn the right "
the
of furs that cost a lot of money, too, and baby I i <
looking like a cat that had been sitting on In Mary's Improvised cradle in Bethlehem 7' MlI "'.. --.-, and suddenly, stood before themth* quay
a can of firecrackers-when they went off!" down to the cruel'cross on Calvary tftt so recently d.'arhd.l [> The passsn-

"But. how on earth could-" ; each itep of ills life ban been 6 (( A u"AT''' about getting through She did not answer, and the stage hurried gore were covered by their revolver. and t '
"I had hid 'em in the stove, that' howl! painted again and again. to-night, drharf" on through the gathering daikneit. Ih.r'I! at the bandits' mercy. once ;I. I

9 you said you'd never\ make, another fire in \ "It's all right, I guess. Once there was a coyote yell in the distance m" j t
,. il now we've got'a' furnace, and I hid 'em THE CHOIR-BOYS' CHRISTMAS. Drifting some on the Lit and Carlia felt a. glow of satis. Dirt the masked chief stepped forward.heMLnj .
: : 'In it, ;0'* I could surprise you for Christmas tie Cimarron, but that won't do muou faction a* the graceful form beside tins in hw hand Carlm's watch and"Well.

!" Dellirhtrnl Concerts SomellmVB Give damlll,.." leaned closer to hi. ulster, a* If for pro .,

"Well, goodnes knows, you have surprised \ "r Them In the Cathedral "If. 30 mile." tection.
"It's Your: :Now $tof- Pursl' me!I"' Clitlen of Karoi ,. "Well, that ain't much. This team's Suddenly, a* they went rattling down a '

it1 telephone "Yes, and when I came Into this room it good for it. 001'&' to start right off, elope, the horse on the canter, the dead, ,
and wouldn't have from
known a
with wa 'all full of smoke, and flame were Dean Farrnr, writing in the Quiver lass'am?" sun(lowers standing. on cither vide of the \
If the had. She paused, The anxious traveler returned to the read like sentinel, there was! a abut (fired ,
the bursting out of the stove door, it was so of "The' Great Social Festival! ; ,says:: :
her hand her admire
hips to result
on the Mid-. and of "Halt! They halted.
I hadn't fire in the uninviting office of a cry
full, and if kept my presence of I know of than cathedral
of her labor "Yes I I will more one
; guess mind and hunted out that old thing to Continental hotel. She we brown- Then happened what u,ualhappuns! : Iglu %e '
light fire in that stove anyhow, it will city In which at Christmas time the
a ,
the
smother the flames with, the whole plae haired, cheery-faced and evidently ccuitomed when a niatkud group assaults stags,
serve a* a text for more remark. about the might have been burned!I" And he held little choir boys-often boy. who to looking out for herself She and in a short time the live pAM.nllllr..nd .

cold and a few more hint a* to how I the afghan, which was scarcely in better come from very bumble hompi-giroa van. bound for the Indian school at the the driver were standing In a lonesome s I

do need a new set of fur this Christmas. up/ condition than the furs! delightful concert: during which other end of th. stag line-a position row In the struggling moonlight, ,
Josiah is a good man, but be is as close they act with hearty fun some very waited her."All "Hand. up!" and their arms were ex. t'

when it cornea to a question" of money, a.. A Matter of' Principle. right and humorous scenes.) They : aboard!" called the driver, and tended toward the stars. Iliac !!soon,
a potato it to its skin. the hurried into the three- her' noticed that the
In con.
even terror,
"Is all gwine to hang up any mistletoe lake a real interest in the special 1 passengers
She was bustling about as she talked, you
rented carryall that served for a stage. stellation of Orion was nearly overhead.
die Christmas? asked Mr. ErantusPinkley. music of the services and anthems
making her preparation to light a fire in Carlin the robbers
The woman sat beside John And then the chief of the cam I
the brilliantly polished atove. "There, I arjl cso1 of the season, and they owner of Circle Bar ranch.. He tuckedthe to her side,
declare/' she cried '' a. she opened the "Deed I Ian, answered Hiss Miami ore invited to spend an evening of robes around bar aDd remarked: "Quick, ma'am, what hove you got?"
much
"if Josiah hasn't this all Brown. "I's got a little too pride "
stoVe
got genial amusement at the deaneryand "Mighty day for a pleasure ride.
I poor Something in the tone aroused her and
filled up with paper and trash after all to advertise fob de ordinary courtesies" in the houses of some of the "Slightly," remarked hi* seat-mat., I she looked anxiously Into the half-masked/ 1\\
my talking; It doe teem a* if you can't I dat a lady has a right to expect. -Washington kindly canons Here they enter joyously smiling "and yep know what day it is?" fac. of the handsome frontiersman whobent
teach *> man ,to be careful about a house Star. "Yes, aqd w* are likely to run over into :
I Into nil the time honored fes toward her. "la New England men
1 Christmas, for the roads keep us out 1f
may
"
with .h.
tivities. In the dim light of some until after midnight ma'am." treat torted.women more< courtesy re

old vaulted room or corridor the' "Call me Miss Macon-I'm the new instructor. "You're from New England ? What are A f
of the shed "
great bowl snapdragon doiiig out hare?"
: its blue lustre, while, with shrieks of "Better t* prepared fr whatever hap- you going to the agency-I'm !Sine Ma-
I"I'm 1
B[ laughter, the boys snatch out the n.w-"
: burning raisins. Then they hunt for The man stepped buck U if h* bad been, I

\ i the little presents in the large bran- re-"era "; struck by a mailed hand. He motioned to.hi : It Ain't Right.

b't r pie and carefully put them in corners confederates to join him, but they !lid gave to the others their
n
till the game. are over, when I I not see. his signal With a quick action of belongings-flesh' watoncs, jewelry and revolversCarlin
home to their Impatience h* swung hit arm across his was the only one who bad 1\\
they carry them parents face and the mask was for an Instant dlr I

; or they have B fishing rod, and placed. Only for an instant, but it w*. bidden h.,,"'hi. .aU gun done so silently: and' quickly

each in turn throws the line over a tune for the bright moonllgnt to fall ou that the stagsloaj could scarcely understand
7 r''I. curtain behind which someone Is con hi. cc n-haven fstures and for the
happening.
what was
.a.s cealed, who fastens on the line an woman gitsing. latently st bun to realm When the last trinket had been diatrlbBted -

F. l? 11s appropriate gift for each boy In turn. t e that this was for her a time of fate. .., the meshed. chief bowed low. )His

Then follows the Christmas supper 11 She gathered bernvlf together with an Sea. muuth just showing beneath the
1 r with Its flaming plum pudding endless ; cllort' that was worthy of a letter cans, flings' of black curtail a little-whether In
el clover' the "bandit wbto
g sod stepping to could tell.
unrestrained mirth fun or contempt none
: and
crackers |lend> one word lie, startled!, trembled "Merry Christmas! I am Santa Claus!" ::1
The evening usually ends after sup- .ud obeyed her swift instructions to tap. He bowed. again, stepped buck, heat blc

f LEAN back In my arm-chair as the snow-flakes soft and white per with one or two carols, and 41 I behind the wagon, leaving the other lt eye on Miss I..ool.-.ud. the rangers' ,
Clothe the hilltops and the valleys In habiliments of white "Auld tang Syne" sung In the most guard the four remaining passengers. had .departed.
While the cutting winds of winter send their music far and wide, correct and traditional fashion; after "Ob, 'raak, how could you?" she demanded The passengers, looking down at their 'I

Disputing with.the mellow bells thd joys of Christmas-tide ; which the boya go back to their reaching up I la the tioag face watchss, read the time-it was gait inld f I
I seem to catch the echoes of the songs they sing on high homes In high glee, and with the and lifting the maik. Il ww. one abe knewso Iiacht-Chri.lm. morning. :, v
Beyond the mystic beauty of December's vaulted sky, of unusually pleasant well In the old days."SFeil. The stage reached the end et Its jour
an "
And again Is told the story of the Chrlnt-chiid'a humble birth, memory sacred I U ain't rigut' he admitted ney six hour late. Dafore it srnwsil Car
make the season "
Aa 1 sit and,.eager, listen by the dear old Christmas hearth.CHERE' evening to them.ChrUm hame-facedly. 'But who cares? lift bad eked permiiion to cell oa Mlse i
dells more and more dear to "I care-everybody cat: *s-your poor oldmother Macon and I discuss the strings *v.nts of
the
muslo in the steeples, there are chimes deep In bells Tree Fir... -*" sitting alone in the Itttle! farmhouse the ride. "J.m nut used to< receiving
And the wild winds mingle gladly with the holy Christmas ** be too careful In at Uanvers, ear., You deal know gifts at that time of night," said be. I
cannot
And I look beyond the window on the beauty of the snow. 'r People Wait About Getting Through Tonloht ?" row much she cares-and Anna al.I"! Though Carlin called and they talked
fire when trimmings
Recalling some sweet Christmases In life's fair long ago guarding against/ The mea brushed his arisi across hi. the night's happenings she did not qexplain. I
back along the winding ways of lime Christmas tree. There have been this U tough stretch his hurt him. ''Yes. I suppose over of .
What scenes come floating pen, Min Macon; a face a i. eye There was a .newspaper. story
Like the fragrance of the flowers of an ever-cherished clime ; scores of Christmas tree fatalities i in 01 country across the territory," it'* so. But thing got mighty tongs' a eruy at.,. robber "who gave buck all be
Till my chamber fills with faces and I hear the sounds of mirth. homes and In Sunday schools which "Are the Indian bdl" Her eyes grew -1 bad to do aometnmg. h'. the first stole (you may have. read it) sad she did

That brighten with Infectious glee the happy Christmas hearth.SE a little care might have prevented. big and wondering."White time.; Wast can I do BOW?" not correct that-not even when, a year ,
blamed sight worse' than "(Jo borne Frank," "went on the warn- his,. bride and
row, writer once set a tree are a later, Colin made has
'little hanging In a pretty The present .
1 >? aia! stockings h.rlahlld earth one twlllht lone ago, -consuming nearly half of redskins. W. can handle Indians." as'. low v.ncc. "Jo horns to year mother claimed' that he bad raectved two Christmas -; .
hung them round tills la a blaze, ... we.tvdrygood h > her the farm lie a wan '
and run
Teath the old roof1ree, of hems with the "lsu: sons good .D.O i< presents from the thief
And wa laughed and nestled closer Claus to come; it! tinsel ornaments going ....1" Tb eye grew softer as she .ill." Yore afterward they vilt' And hardly slept for watching for old Santa Christmas morn green branches. A tiny candle) had recalled a--memory, 'o*, the day back east "And ASUS-your star! the guests of their ....olbar.ln.I..J
I remember ahl I who does pot? how the doll sunny drum and horn- been wired too high and It took onlya "Yes; but, blame '.m, they don't stay "Frank, she has ,ri..4'fUll' yea all ibis I the mayor of Uanver. "lv you knew,

Revealed ths wealth of tressare Horn' the seemed to to shake t''h.a earth' few minutes of Its brisk heat to 10.'" tim.*-(he want you now," : remarked Calm, to>> bin wife.-"frank bar
How the house was flllod with laughter till I It Christmas hearth. char, a branch above It, and start aflame The *y'' flashed and the looked out over "Hut," bitterly, "you will tell ber about I' a fine mo.tb-II remind as* ef tome 0..
While brighter glowed the !Ir.. upon the old Good Housekeeping.' A the broad prairie, stretching away Inpatebe _.bout-this?" I' I have sees some where."

,. there seems Id come to me across the fleecy: snow nays was torn from its of brows aad white! to the far "1 will d* this Freak. I will give yostwo She did not reply.
. CO-DAY of that Chriatmas long; ago thick portiere borison. Nor did in. renew the conversation year ta prove ,ouraelf. If you are I -..- ----
-The beauty and the and thrown over the blaze. ft be and mine ..... '
walchel their gentle Hocks upon the hills afar pole and the handsome ranchman was sincere the secret wilt your i AU Pmtl*
Wheo shepherds of the East's transcendent star. I It had} not been at band the light sorry. If you do not, 1 will tell them of to-nigh Clara (arranging the CbrUtma pre*
In heaven-tinted
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above splendor matohleu< cherub face window curtains In another minute The day wore on. They stopped at a and of-" .nts)-We'll put iiiatruu purl Beck' ,
I see mother bend a drives.the. shadows from ,h-place. would have caught lire. Since thathristnas cabin for lunch. They climbed long Hh. turned toward' the croup they nud lace here. l '
And a radian not earthly aarth through saody waste the moonlight beyond the wagon. diamond eafrluji( ,
and new beauty crowns the our tree has always been slope and toiled left in IJora-ADd Mabel's i
'1 111 Judas 'fIaIcea to ;
glory h.arth. would be rushing followed bars sad grew large as
Chrl.tmaa the and where IB springtime Ill* eyes
of room here.
center
abOut my the
And the chorWerrs H.ann sing white placed, In eschewed eotlun. wool, tissue tivers. They rattled down the dfclivi- !I lie I, saw the transformative tUal bad taken Cora-Anil (::801'''.'* geld wat"t", h here.

OLD 'lime teem8 In his dotage and upon b1s tr..s delIght we have tie of rovists aad more than once the plac. Dor*-And Kdith': diamond briuwlcls-. d
U. tho snowflakes Qi a Chrlsttrtu tn.t has filled m.With : r-aper angels, and celluloid ornaments. weary dorse were stalled la the drift "Hand .P'!" Csrlia cool role" cave what shall we do with them

Par and wide the bells are ringing and their music, glad and free. :First of all, to, wire each that had been heaped among the dad tb* order, and his revolver we point
Tell the story of Hla C dewing= on the land and on the sea ; candle,, securely 1a pU.e at the sunflowers cad ragwted ta? the draw. It them. The other robber had fled. The ef papas Christmas cards, Y. \Vccklf. d'h

And mangled with their anthems Is that chorus all divine furthest end -of a branch-which has wa a tirw._, cheerless journey, sod the chief wa alone. -- .-
That fined a mother's heart with /JOT one nlehl In Palestine nothing above It, either ar,... orrirnhing. live pissengrrf,,tS'pt mostly their ewe \Irapmsioo The girl, beeates of toe summons, lifted psmla..d .. Daiy:

And r bow; my head a moment as the ."SSSKEZ .. Then. the tree !I. denud- of its discomfort. the mask to bid. lb. face of the man. "\ "ere are you gulag my pretty malt!"
Ui, .. Mecca broke her and then stepped. in front .ifhim. this IIIIttU.104.br.allll." shepaid.
'"'*"t --.Anchllaac. comes ta aancHfy!: Use den carefnlly tae. fast disappearing ID the late afternoon beside "To bane up
td we watch lowered. has 0.. out at ,
taking up the thread of themorning's Carlia
'I BLESS the glorious dawning of Jhls queenly winter day, candles. Sometime one the .lean.ducwwosi, "An old friend of the way" b. calUtt. ")fun. escape!" "And may 1 assist In tbOe.ratliif t'''' t

1 It brings t. all a gladness fror* a region tar a..y earth of them, nearly burned dWn., will mine is ia the .eat-he was a daring "No, he won't escape," was the elm ":Co, thank. But you might la ih .escis>

And while the bells are ringing over all this old beauteous & hearth. topple over or be merely a spark of ffllow, but a brave on*." r.pI1-"lIut BOW. I will" speak fur him.Wber latlngt"Detroit free Pr... I"
"* I bteis the leVe! *that smites ro. d the dear ChT HARBAUGH. flame but near to something Inflammable TW be U ftttcdl for the west Such are the others! -- -

C. and be a menace. men are its pride-if they have the right "Uone. W* told them. the ehif bad Greet E............

Cra.I.. VMis ..,.." He added the afterthought and kipped and they wr' scared. They" took The Minister-Welt, Willi., what .<. 'III
notu-id that .b. started and studied him all our things with ...., "tbaugli. .ipcct Bawta Clsus II i going to bring jae) ,
hung -jp begin' sow, said the girl,
Ofaglrf-Have yen keesly. s* if te be mrtala that be meant "Yoa must tsis yeacTWillie > a 1
mistletoe yetl '* nothing of direct .pplt_ There Uwore turning to the cbif.. "uad..I.aIU"n. -Oh, a lot of .11I1... that nua,
yoor Indeed. Itia't he went bowed ki* It..... Til do It.ile
Xo. kind of bravery,
MU Yonngthlng- than one need. uevind lb. bouse.-CV' sga tla-
necessary for IBS to ue bait.jl. .- en, more to keep uy the conversation than whispered, "honor bright .&&W.SUPDLUMftT .
I. tha pay.sa.seaiataRttt
and facing
ordered
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.i : T FREDDY'S PRESENTS. \ THE MAN WHO SWORE OFF.H .

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Tti*** 'H* Received W Always *f Is n*..rvl.* or n*.i>co* and EsE V
the Ue al Kind. eoa..I(._.... as

The following short slory, says The world if It know its business,
Y'' l1th'lIo Companion will excite vanou will dot Ita hat to the man who j4A
4 'ChcMFainij* emotions. Some reader will swore off New Year's day. Notwithstanding -

1 I' .. laugh at it; others will be iMignnjt. ; the guffaw of the crowdat
4y and every boy that reads, it, will be the bar when they hear about It.
I 1 glad Ills name U not FVeddj Keedlct that man says the Chicago Dally
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I III I i ( tv0 "T think I shall have to get o Christ:. News, Is worthy of respect and en- o'I
+ 4 i'I 1 mae present for little Freddy courngement. VTuving the deaire to

Keedick," skid Mr. Dtjlingbam( to bar mend his ways, be has braved the
,r tl J husband one-,evening early ia .I)ecfm-< j.sta of his associates, the sneers ot
{ + t 'hpS those whose unworthy methods be I'm tva/tfnj fr th' holiday ..om,.

S e ber."Don't you think you have enough ,hopes ti> forsake, and the curious I how it jeemj ler m.ThllY. .

little nephew. and nieces to provide glances of casual acquaintance, ia '* loft more Joy tn Chrfatmcu note
for In that way?," asked Mr Pilling- order exercise his will in resisting I 'an what they used ftr be tTh'
barn evil habits. His militant manhood '
-ratisMn* teems fat brighter, fh'lr
"We have epoxigh, that's true }>ut ia worthy of praise. So, for oIlcjtt" a deeper blue
:Sirs KeedicS ,wan mri very' kind when your own cake as well as for his. /
o' th' Cbrfatmuj at
Than old
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Nellie wail sick In the summer th it I do not laugh or sneer at him 01': any
feel somewhat under obligation to take a patronizing attitude toward fetter anew:
ber." f tDi. .. *\ him because of your well-known and When bill was haram jcarttm 4/rfr. an'

"Then I would' get Freddy a Christmas unassailable virtue. Express confidence laid awake all night.. .

\ present,.by a1t'nean.VbUjdo! In him and help him to stick w An' went tiptoeln' down th" hall afore
3i 'you suppose Would bit f suitable! to his good intentions. It Jkjirce war tight.

,"f have not.lieen able to make up'my Why should not one resolve to forsake An' Kftched poor dad a-ramblin round an' looKfn' almostrose.

mind a* to that What do you think?" one's bad habits on the firs A-paddlln' bar-Joot across the floor an' wl.tililin' of hi toe.
ti lftbtffij1'1i .', "Oh, don't ajrk'taiel". 't ; day of the year? Why should not
i"I have an idea!" exclaimed Mr.. one resolve to forsake them on any;
Dtlllnguam.' "I'll mak a call on Mra. other day? Having made the resolve .Now tandln ,tork;,-like; with one footraled

,. Keedick this afternoon and try to find and entered upon the effort necessary j off th' cold. cold floor
t I I f I out what sort of a present wpuld. be to carry it out why should one III An" tooKfn'ferthm tuhhtfr* 'at he wor.

4II '! acceptable to Freddy. i be the subject of jests since there is L ,I th' year 11/0,....
I. 1'I ....1''"',:-'- In pursuance of this resolve l Mr*. nothing foolish nor dishonorable in So'* he. could play at Santa Claus an'
: j.r"; ,.> Dlllingham wa. shown, Into Mr. Kee trying to improve one's methods of ly foot CM fetter*. My I
,, '","""' ,. dick' parlor on the afternoon of 'the life? If the school of experience L
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How kids sneakRd back
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1i i t. you bear what the old 1 six months ago. Hobody' want them next day nil after a few preliminary teaches valuable lessons as everyone ; !
h aald tq me when be Dear me, that Is-too bad;! i Yes knoW'' exchanges of opinion on unimportant knows it does, why should! not till tae was like ter diet
i me the ten?" asked I you have every one of you' taken your1 matters the conversation was ;led[ one profit by these lessons? Habit An' cratuled back; Inter bed aj'fn.

g "t ItD Allerton of the share; but we mustn't.let that familygo around to Chrtntmnby th* caller.! : Is mainly a relic of youth and ignnrunce E a-tmiaitin'far th' yell.

,- cashier at ; I'll take it myself first. althoughI've "I suppose Freddy.receive quicea,,, so far as it is not formed ,' The "Whoa I now t you o!' retndt.,.* "
i prepared to close the five booked against., name al umber of gift. each Chrl.t.ma..afd. on good models or by the firm hands an* janjlin' o' the' belt

atl a office the night before ready. What's that young man? she; of wise elders. To improve one's habits 'j\t told a* all war ready t an' nut,,an' cake( an' thing*
{ Christina "He said 'Take that and You'll take them? Bless your beart.you'll "Oh. yes." replied Mr. Keed ck. from year to year is the valuable Rig up afore our tftlon. till toe"''wllnt'down; "-*tam on'tvtnjt"I
1 .,make a merry Christmas foryourfamiznaj never regret it. One shake of "He hall a few.relatives who always privilege of the man or the woman ;
.' the dear old mother' band will pay remember him but really the present who bus been learning lessons In the

;. i i "Well, wasn't that a very approprl- you." we appreciate most are those ,his world's academy of hard knocks. To An' dad.. he looKfd 010 happy. an'
I ; r fate Chrlatmae suggestion' Inquired It Sid 'not"take' Robert"more' thair papa and 1 give him... -..-,,-.. take 110 advantage Of those lessons mother oImlll,.' *o- ,

y4. !the cashier.I five minute. to get directions a.> to "That 1 J.a because you know what i* to write one's self down a fool. \" f. / My t but they 'tva a happy pair
I I "My family said the young men street and number, aid all the time pleases him bet," said Mrs, Dilllnffbam. \ Pity therefore, the man or the woij i Them day tue, didn't Knota;
d ''fiercely. "You tell me where my faroUly he was- doing some close calculating an who never swear off. What 'Cftrtftma day could far
mean
i., will you? Other fellow have .as to the investment of the ten-dollar "Ye, that's it. I haven't much patience \ I '
them but now I gue tve do.ute'iJe .
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mothers and fathers- and sisters to gold piece, with the toy. that his UncleUnry HTIQUKTTH.v I -
i make Christmas' for. I never bad a "A fine dianeI'ou're getting for and his Atfnt Polly bring." 4 Since got young-tier o* our otvn.r ,

.single soul on the face of the earth, your family," said the grocer, a. he "Why not?" r fetter me an' you t
It h ix far a. I know that I could call my packed the basket full of good things. "Oh I prefer something; useful lr, An" 010 th' tuortd'* lot brighter nottti
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ifamily. What good i I. Christmas, ort "Ar there many of them?" "Only a, Now that French clock on the! manttl thIlY"oI'oIom.thln" in th' hine

t. (den-dollar gold pieces, or anything mother and two little girls," Robert there has given me more satisfaction 0" eye a-/oo Jn' in, your face an' eye
(for a fellow who don't belong anywhere answered with a blush, and yet with a than any other present Freddy hall 'at look; in mine.in .
; ( ?" and Robert gulped down feeling of satisfaction."Supposing ever received at ChrUtma n' in .
our heart th' Kfnd o' to*)* 'at male. a fetter glad t
I'' j something that sounded suspiciously I should not like them?" "Wa that a Christmas present to Till
we're a* happy nota. I IIUN.*. a* mother. too*. an' dodoHoca.ton
like a aob."Cheer he thought as be knocked at the door Freddy?" 'asked Mr.. Dlllingham. iasurprise.

up and come over to our of a tiny cottage on an unpretentiousstreet Post
C k'' bouse to-morrow; we'll help you toW "Yes. We needed a clock in this
1 forget your trouble," said his tender ills first look into Mrs. Robbins' room and I told :Mr. Keedick that a* -
{ ,1 hearted companion. motherly, worried face settled that we had to get Freddy a Christmas
I i, e "It isn't merely a good time-1 want" question. present we might a* well buy him ;a 1G-9
V ;l said Robert; "I'm not a baby; it !I. to "1 think there must be some mistake clock." ;;
1 have somebody that belongs to me to sir," said the little widow; "Doe Freddy like it?"' :

make a good time for.". "they're s-urely not for us," and her "Well he doesn't exactly go into ,
"Wby -don't you adopt n family of voice trembled as she looked down at rapture over it. but 1 find it'very useful w 5.nao.e-
tl' your own for Christmas* asked the the two little daughters who were indeed Then Freddy hat plentyof i rY ;,,,,,.,
girl, with a sudden inspiration. hovering expectantly over the bulky trash given to, him at Christmas, DRESSING THE TREE. outer end the candle bolder is firmly

j Robert stared at her in amazement. baske "Are you the grocer's young so \that U really doesn't matter. Then. Hot It II. :fixed."
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"But, really, why couldn't you? man, and are you sure you have"theright .1 like& him to have useful ;thing, you fleet 1\\:...."... .tops To the topmost branch before the
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::1 There are thousand of people young number?" know That writing-desk there was tree is put up, affix the "Christchild"the
; l and old, in ,tbi* city who never have "Yes." answered Robert, "it's Just another ChrUtmu present to Fred The Woman's Home Companion ,winged doll secured by slight
r anyone to make a Christmas for them. the right number and description; a ;dy." gives aome hluts on decorating a rubber bands under the wing. lilt
; n There's my car; sorry I must 'go. dear little motherland two little maid. "But that i I. a lady's writing-deek." Christmas; tree safely. It is well I pnper stars and crescents, are pret-
", Don't get blue; take my advice, adopt ent. of three and ten." "I know It. I I.. You see I had decided known that when tapera are fixed I 1y, affixed here and there to the
a family of your own for Christmas," For a minute or two Mrs. Bobbins that he ought to have a. wiltlng-desk to the laden branches after the bough Gay silk and tarleton bogs
I. Mrs. Saur (suspiciously) Well full of nuts and candy, and
and the girl hurried away. feared die' was harboring an escaped because it would be so useful, bit| v gifts are taken off the lightened stick oranges
a "Adopt a family, great ideal" said lunatic but Robert perceiving( her when I went' to buy It. I could not find now what do you want? boughs spring up and often set each Gpples, bundles of randy tied
with ,,
Robert to himself; but the idea still perplexity, hastened to explain. flo George da Gent-Nuthin', lady.nut.hln'l other on fire. The mode indicated ribbons, little baskets and
desk suitable for n small boy. ,-
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in his Dis is jill, me New Year'acull.hicogo here avoids all that."First cornucopias of figs and raisins gilded
lingered mind and really there As he graciously listened to Mrs ever, I saw that lovely' ladj's desk for
was something strangely fascinating Robbin words of gratitude, he tooka sale at a bargain and thought It Daily News. ," says the Companion, "thin walnuts popcorn balls strings of
In the thought of the mental inventory of the .rut the branches popcorn and ,cranberries.; candy
t ; ownership of a possibilities would be sinful to lose the opportunity sufficiently; to allow chains
Geod-ny. Old V.ar. cone, paper -all these and
real live family. of the Robbin household with a view I the giftn to show to good ad-
of It for Freddy a I had '
getting Th minutes arc dying, the Old Tsar Is other things they will suggest will
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iii lIe stood on the corner, undecided to a Christmas-day celebration. The gone out for the very purpose of buyIng dying, vantage. Then with i\n auger boreholes 'decorate a tree so prettily that the,
t' ; where to go, because It did not really field .w.as evidently undeveloped. Nota him a desk. Th. time will loon com when the oldclnrlc I in a spiral row about fouror children for whose pleasure It U constructed
I? + matter to anybody where he went; a doll nor a picture-book; not a set "r .....* renlied Mrs. Dillinirham. the will- ehiima.' five inches apart the whole lengthof will forget In their delight
bright-eyed, clear-brained of dlahe. nor a Noah's ark to be When year, bent and array, will pat I the trunk. have some Hut aticKs
loving. wan "Then;; \those lovely vases in; the parlor quickly away that it is not weighted down with,
L.ft+ hearted youth, candidate for seen. .It', all straight sailing on the prepared an inch wide and half an .
k sonshipf which you have admired so often! And Ih. New Year will com In the footprints 11 costly gift.
p, ; 10. some loving; motner or miner; pot toy question" thought Robert, "and are also some. of Freddy' Christmas of time. .l inch thick and of varying 1 length;
(II''" ,:3, setsed with a perfect passion for by the appearance of their clothes. 1 Sharpen one end and insert them C1irl.n* Bltqurit
m help present The way wehappcned\; t.og..t Old Tear, you will go as you cam, in the ;
yy 0 ing those weaker than himself; a guess I can't go far wrong If t lay in ; them was this: Mr. Keedick could' snow; according to their.graduated length, !I'>' No holiuny joy can be complete to
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I youth to make a mother' heart supremely a complete wardrobe for the girl." I not think of anything useful to buy' For that emblem, of childhood 1 II waiting I I giving! each a blow or twff( with a those who have not tried to make
t al' I I.r' for nil;, I I Iwhtn hammer to insure its being This
happy and a father O sons and brothers who grumbleover firmly otherheartehappier. I. Christmas
r ::& proud for Freddy last Christmas, and f happened And In,.old age you will pat from 1 fixed. Faint them At the
and Christmas for green. etiquette.Ladies' Home Journal.TE .
'j I glad. shopping mothersand to think of those Vase, which) llf*'* .<..*,
f : "I'm sisters1, can never experiencethe Th snowflakes will cover the place 1
pl .i '.. earning enough, thought Rob you I[ had seen at such a very reasonable .
ert. "I could :zest with which. Robert Allerton where you f'all.' '
; support a mother and a price In a store down town. The parlor
J I '1 sister too; and I'm going to be pro started upon hit first Christmas shipping was t so bare of ornament that we For many you hold what l I. dearer than
a moted. Mr. Wilkins the manager; tour. It wa,the realization of needed them "very badly and so I .nldi;
the accumulated W* will never forget you., although you "
dream of
dozen
ol told me so to-day But whale the a went straight out and bought them have fled 1 .
.: 11 : use? It will only be a few more dollars jear. When other boys-had dreamedof for Freddy." For th" New Year Is her, and so good-by. E'tq -

, ,j tt. I to put away in the bank. It does fame and tender romances that Mr*. Dlllingham rose to go, and a. Old Year;
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I seem as if thing were well were to come into their liver Robert W. wilt number you now with the year
pretty Mr*. Keedick followed her caller to lh.tar. dead.
., tangled up In this world sometime' bad longed only to salUfy. the heart the door she continued to explain how. Marguerite M. Hillary (age 14), In 8t
t I'd give up my job any day if I could hunger of many motherless, sisterlesf much more sensible it \vo. to give Nicholas.Tho \
,f ,.I have a family like John Wltherbee'a, yea 1'1. children useful present rather than Year Reaolatlone. .
; ) t4I and yet he I I. always grumbling because It would be Impossible to describe plmcracks. whlehare broken In a e
I '/' ", he baa to help at home" the raptures of the next day, when week or two.. Meadow brook-How fine this world
tJ As Robert walked Robert Allerton let loose the would be if we should all keep the r
aimlessly down upon unsuspecting ).Ir.. Dillingham went hAme. }andsurprised J'
,: l.fi; !. the street, he found himself unconsciouslyscrutinizing Robbin household a her husband with the announcement good resolutions we make 0'0 NewYear's .
; r ; every woman and pent-up Christina enthusiasm ofjeart. that she had 'decided tofive day. Instead of breaking' them t >

t child with the idea of possible pro "For 24 hours I'm going to Freddy Keedick a handsome sofa_ all within n week. 1
prietorship.Tr abandon myself to the pleasant fancy pillow for Christmas, lleinpstead-Ycal I guess the few
1ft ,r door of a church Mood Inviting. that I, like others, am the center of a I I ____ days after New Year's, each year del k
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and home circle; for one Christmas will be about as near as we will A '?
1 1y open because Robert did not day : Th. Dlrd. Chrism.... 'l
'W\!\! jIIj;;, belong anywhere In particular heen."II' I'll hate my Christmas right" In Norway, the cold northern land ever get to the millennium.-Brooklyn ,' +
tered and sat down In corner Some It was In the twilight of the Christ the kind-hearted people wish to have Eagle i ; I,;
thing unusual was evidently In I mall daj, as Robert cat holding Dan
progress every creature rejoice at the glad A Tim of Peril.
I, i A man' stood on the platform i nie in hU arms, telling her for the Christmas season, and they think of ; Clarixsa-I'm always glad when ,
i l', l and seemed to be acting a..a ucU nttr.I' i, seventh time the wonderful story of the dear little birds; so there ia always New Year's day is safely over. r rIE'
1': "Who'll take them a family of Saint,' Nick, that the child drew hithead a sheaf of wheat fastened highon Fidelia-Yes; it is a saddening an .
r,' ; even, two sick babies three little down to her lips and whispered: a pole in every farmyard that niversary.Clarissa.

girls, an old grandmother and a lame "Jnnfe says you're only a Christmas- the birds may enjoy a good dinnerof -Oh, I don't mean that.
father? Deacon 13Un? I know day brother. It Isn't so, I. It? You're and the little
your groin Norwegian* Clarence and I always have a. horrid
generous heart; you always bid for ap all-the-yeor-round brother, aren't children Are Santa Clans' helpers, i quarrel suggesting improvements in
i' r the biggest!! and hungriest family you?" when to Christmas
('t they help bring to each other's conduct.-Detroit Free
1I The next one i I. a sick mother and He satisfied, the little one with acart. the birds.--Detroit Free Press. I I Press.
j if 't\\1\ three, small children. Perhaps I'd bet ... I ,
,I ,' ,1 ter 'stop \o explain before I proceed A little later when Mother Robbins ..,i
.i't! :. farther. I see there are a number ofF bade him a motherly good-by, she
.l j strangers who' have come in since 1 said S

;, was talking tt:e' have 1? families on "You've Wen *o generous in your .- -'',- '
fill 1 j'.1, 'I; our list for a Christmas celebration; gifts, dear boy and made the little Eort'ow to 1htwEar L
1.; none of them will know that to-mor- ones so happy, and J'-. nothing to ,
I I' rqw is Christmas unle* you help us give you in return but the love I've k
',i ,k. to tell them. Now, get in jour bid been saving all these 17 years' for my frirnb I Gfoo& monnoui.fof!
; quick, for they are going fut. Remember own dear boy who needs It no more o
, the good Lord's 'Whosoever/ 1 thought to lavish it on him in his u yt may proveno man Goth hno% TnvX.4o vffl

' and map them up lively;" and the young manhood, but the Lord knew HlhrJI rrjp com with smile to bless
't voluble deacon proceeded! with his litt. better. It'. ready and waiting for such
" Robert sat and listened with added another brave true son" hip to sccur t, no man concur 53.prrow.fce e Sweets of Christmas Time.

p., i, 'Jl 'Interest. "If not such a preposter- "Perhaps, after all. this. is more While children'
, ., ass idea, after all thi. -adopting unl>er e of law and order than I hat fl ood morroiu.frir! At h..t..rUh gladness. tflow{
" r happy Christmas
time .
t family for Christmas, thought he. "
: 1 imagined laid Robert
+"t.1 wonder it tiler are any left that will at the Christmas stars, as he shining lookedup 1 tlijattj5 art our, oar on ujf uirn). .. ,And elder, eager' int'x.est show '
I fit cane"i A. when In aabhr "' ..... .
t t'i my their mrnd foe for prim.. .
steadily appointed ;
places 1& n, or \joy or sorrow Not .11 >
ti "IlereV the
i the last on my list called I I was surely something more than mere sweets for these are sent ,
t e j c 1 ; out the deacon; "a mother-and a chance that brought me with m.rl long' I y 5fout (heart] bids ptjnnd ijoorj morroiu.Pri On' that th..lc.bl..c.t.d.'t", .

' }: Jesr little woman she ir. too-and two I log!! for a mother to the one dear little maattlne King Cupid in the merriment, '
k, little maidens of three and ten; her j woman who most needed a *o. Q/1 ei. With Santa Claus holds
f lp.agautl.ediie. h a.et IY sway.
only son killed in a railroad accident [, Union Signs

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I dlnner-party had been "I'.
arranged for '
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at, ''
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Oold\\'altis, for ,
three .lid rWon., "
Iliet,, to their / ."
air
TURNING A NEW now toilettes; "COBd '
LEAF I U
soothe one another in their
common
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NEW gnevance, ,auneituated, th. Goldwait. cot- Two Resolutions : .. '
A YEAR'S
STORYBy tull.e was that they could, easily s '
sec the coarse tide of the ". "
I .econd.and That Failed :
MAN DA L.caOCKRR.UlHA' possibly the "thW "- ow to the

tanna. .

Punctually at the* "
appointed time the -

i ( 0 outraged upper( { current gathered at the

1IIII'Olll16d l place| to Bee the outrageous un By ELISA ARMSTRONG BENGOUGII. l + .1

[ MAROijA. BEftniK had, at the adroitness of their "feint" and iU del' 'url'ent set tOWILL".1 the philanthropic '"
prc"ldenl.jy .
\ mmlre.es of the Shelly; success j1
for only a few .Mortoltthr The three o'clock all the indigent but r __ jr! ."u
: ma expectant "firsts" respectahl" : '
} ( but long enough, for a few days looking for were inv.tatio' people of the neighborhood had ; std were going lo give your t: ;
\ ,' guns by in their / j' husband a luvuly surprisefor 4 r:
after all': for every one in the but, strange to Sunday best.
say not one of them' ) '
) neighborhood to have an opinion ? the familiar received Onions and sauerkraut!" drawled :Mr. New Year's; do tell m* 't'4

W- of John Berrie'v sucom the Berrie coat-of-arms square in envelope the corner with fool Wlllou, ** a German (amilypl1..ed on j'r 9 the how bride's it tinned friend out.!r" "Did said ;r t-,:,I "

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wife. and things ,
were once more fast ussum'ing : ; ti
"Ullr white necktie brigade" you carry out your Intention 1
She dressed finer than his firnt wife the mysterious.But commented .
another ?
most second wives do-she spent more everything was made "first, as the pastor of a poor ,
did-- exceedingly church 't
a mile "I did and I can safely ,
and the
away
teemed several plain superintendent
and finally the
the piano by buxom Mrs.
At .
Meigs
hours of its Sunday achool r ay that I will never "give, him anothersurprise II
with
degree more Aristocratic than the hrs washerwoman for a trio of the immacu-- dozen together .. live. You he r I' )
late flet."And a scholars, went by in a double bl as long 1 see, 11, { ,
>jlrs Berrie. < had resolved not to lose his temper or '
It soil 1ft honored: custom, reaching; it's me am} mine who are goin' iek'.nAnVe."flriU", !? aristocratic rustled their complain about anything about the house u.,3 I

back to the stouter branches of the ancestral to have a fine dinner on New Year's: day!" Before the Goldwaite contempt for the entire year. I was no pleased thatI 'c\ ;
broke !
tree, for the owner of the Farms I however a messenger from party the Farms up, J wanted to do something awfully nice I .......'.
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to give a' New Year' dinner to the countryside bowed himself into their midst and h in return. Finally, I decided to become

; and each guest was invited to again, leaving the hostess looking out (es g a model housekeeper, and by way ef '

com and "turn a new leaf for yearly] at a in her hand auspiciously showing the depth of my resolve, 1 decided
message with
to cook his New, Year' dinner ..1
:,
luck. the myself.
coat
army blazed onto the ;
Of course, It was the "firsts," and not a* Alra. Meigs would have said.corner, ." t

the "second er "third," a. the shippers glanced timidly around the expectant She TA "H'm, perhaps I it was a* well that be 4:

annual feasts did resolve to keep his temper for asp ",
who enjoyed these "
say, C
and usually, they began several" This weeks perfumed note and read / / t I,
"what to wear. yearIt
before to plan "A
very happy New Year to alll h l .
teemed a necessity to be a little mon, has
occurred
to us, dear people that you "
particular about the cut of gowns and may not have comprehended ; ,
our motive \ I; yt
width of trimmings, for the new Mrs in bidding our guests for the day. A* A a

lierrie was a lady of mean in her own we all are interested in philanthropic ry : ,

right and dressed elaborately. i Il y work, we will be understood when wa : I Il 'j\, .. i:
,
"We must make an impression sale 11 oaf ptf say, the new leaf we turned is very time \ r \ ..

),11'1.Vilton., decisively, "and she must ly and beautiful, and has made many / f \ i I- i'I' '

feel that our presence i* an honor to the ti Kft hearts happy. Husband and 1 turned the '

Farms. I intend to have a new silk; a leaf suggested by Luke the beloved physi IrII" I

regular dinner party dre.." r y clan We knew you were all well able to Ve if'

And 10'' the "firsts" planned' to stir return the compliment, and so w'e bad N "

pass all former efforts for the sake of those who could not recompense us.

profound impression- therefore by the iF1s "We extend greetings and desire that rtaaWr b

middle of December"* score of lovely new you all rejoice with us. Ulr. and Mrs I saw ,

gowns were the pride of aa many ambitious John Berrie, Shelly Farms. ;:

feminine owners. The "firsts" looked soberly at each fib tJDst ) r .
The mistrese of Shelly Farm was affable other; the spirit of the note touched the Prrahdoum t "

and gracious to all, and the tony good in them and the new dinner dreams "'.... "' ''_D. ,

"firsts" were just dying to. display their !IJ.-t were, for the time forgotten. b h.

rich costumes in her honor. But for j>,";j ," :;: < "Yes" they said "the whole neighborhood '
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some unaccountable reason the invitations ':.... .i.f; ",, has enjoyed a Happy New.Year to i -1 ;, ,
der. This also, was commonly the
were tardy. '> day. Surely. is a pleasant new leaf!I" practice .

Could, it be possible that the second wife N w. Yer Awan Oft I I" But! the philanthropic society has never; as to "cornfield niggers" and unskilled wa I. ..
.
laborer of both
was one of those new women who would, been organized although the prospective NEW YEAR'S IN generally sexes.'There ..
and
were pathetic scene now j
at one fell Swoop eliminate the annual she boasted to Mrs. Wilton on the next president is ready and waiting. then when negroes were cold at public auction A'L j. : Ii t

dinner ADd would John Berrie eland Monday morning a* she ran her broadband THE SOUTH on New Year' day. Very rarely It J "

that? through the steaming suds. FOR FimilE} CONSUMPTION chanced that at such time member of :,

In sheer desperation of suspense, Mrs "Some one going to send you- a nice FIFTY YEARS AGOBy the sam family were sold to musters II i! ,

Goldwaite was delegated call at the basket?" quiered Mrs. Wilton, thinkingat widely separated.
"I've Resolved Not lo Lose Mi Temper..
Farms ostensibly to peak of a philanthropic once of the benevolent president to be. It should appeal to the common sense .

movement, but really to Cent the "Nawl! yer away off!" laughed the of any man that slaves being valuable ,

New Year festivities and overdue cards woman of labor. "We've an invitation to J N WILLIAM ROSSER COBBE. 1 holdings, their owner would neither treat entire year. Fudge and angel's food" are .

her visitor ,the New Year' dinner at Shelly Farms; not very Riling for a hungry man.
),11".. lierrie received very them cruelly nor permit them to be abutted Ideal' I /-
and got it in a fine cover with the Berrie army ?s "Fudge and angel' foodth
courteously; and pleasantly, supported by other Owner of valuable horse uniformly and 1
coat blazed onto the of it." decided on a menu af sic Courses, .
corner
enthusiastically kind and horses
the philanthropic are to them, are
first day of January at the ten day in looking the reclp k
even graciously accepting the presidency "Why Mrs. Malinda Mcigl" exclaimedthe not human. pent up I
00 presenter for It and than, Unfortunately J ,
astonished Mrs. Wilton "you are not years ago studying
should In this Southern New Year's too
of the society when they organize. day ,
that would be strange the exertion made me' *o tired that 1 be f.
But when. tbe coD"el'f11tion'drifted: Into joking me? nun met to settle long due debts to pay
'liE if enacted in this gen and Will apt to confuse '
earn mentally upset r
holiday news the caller ,could not by any "JJo ma'am I'm not, giving the handleof t. notes and to rent farm land Taken altogether with r
for Italian one
tact draw out the bride's plans concerning the wringer an emphatic yank; "it's t\ I slaves well it wa a busy busy day, full a recipe cream .
the negro as for creamed lobster and they are very, s
New Year'a, day. Exasperated Mrs. the Bible truth And I was so tickled at to the many white people of Its comediea a* well a* Its drama. tad, very different. however, when NwYear' '
what abe writ the card
onto ,
gold-aig Y
Goldwaite let skirmishing and aometime, tragedies
suddenly
go it wa known only aa "hiring day *' day really cam and Harry said'that
asked her, point blank, "if the Farms she sent me. i 4'' in .. slave ..tat.It At such time the slave of the plantations of it '
< ;f 5ty At every county "seat every he must spend the greater part
"What that? asked Mrs. Wilton
would give annual dinner thia year? waa was the yearly custom for people of all enjoyed their annual two weekl'vacation at the ofllc going over his accounts 1 felt. I\ '
desperately the awfulness of a philanthropic and these crowded the village 1
0, certainly answered the new wife .
degrees to gather some a* spectators that success wa* sure."
!her face lighting up with pleasure "hu. "movement" gripping her heart- other as actors In the event of the day. to buy all manner of gimcracks-cheap "Ity the way, haven't you a good cook? '

band and 1 have, beep planning for that strings."Why. q By far the greater number collected. jewelry, ribbon and tare, and, having And didn't you let her help and advise
some time. The invitations are late but she writ that 'she and her husband ,. sa prompted solely by idle curiosity e swopt tooth cheap candies a* well. Any ?" ,

Mr. Bern could not help me until today, would turn the new leaf themselves eof f sx Upon every corner and at every poin well-ordered slav could make "overtime" you'She wanted to, but I told her that she ti ,
and I well enough this time and invite the worthy poor to courthouse money, and It was a very sorry one, Indeed
of course, am not available in the square sat needed a holiday and must take it while lI r t.
dine with them on New Year' day. who had not a few dollar at the
,
acquainted to set the names alone. We negro women with, great baskets of "ap the dinner. She then confessed that '
got
shall send. them this week however and And now, dropping her voice to one of l t pie-jacks" (a sort"of fried apple pie), gin New Year, to throw away In folly upon a she didn't want to go out because her 'f '
pleasant interrogative, "where be you q 0,1 wife or a sweetheart .
bread beer which
and
persimmon they
] her and would b
get beau coming to see *
agoin' to dine, New Year'a, ma'am!" for sale. The "white trash" gathered then solely was '
ctfered I told her thai k
offended if she out.
I j "I hardly know yet" answered Mrs. J : S During the day men engaged In test of: with a view to looking on and, to pickingup made difference was that what you did I
no ;
I Wilton, truthfully; then she fled to the ability and strength, which ended not In what they could. A* they were desspiced Nw Year' day did the year round I.
ou you
closet sad studied the fine dinner both
new by the well-to-do white and
I "Jedge I want to swear off to.day..hat'll and If she did not work on that day she I
dress with conflicting thoughts.For the of all degree
negroe they usually I
\\ you charge for a pledge would doubtless b* married to a millionaire '
a young< chit from college to come kept to themselves. They neither hired I-
"Twenty-rive centa. life of luxurious Idlenesswithin
and
lording it into their midst and make such "Can't make it five for a dollar?" nor were hired, but In some manner contrived living month a '
4 unheard of snubbing plan in her endeavor you to secure their full share of six t'.
"Humph. Did she then?
go
to appear peculiar, was simply whisky. '
The Farms leaf A Genuine IMrnle. "She did Then 1 Mt to work, and .
cutrageous Shelly new Like the old "general muster" day of
abominable! Something Johnny Jones-Did you have fun watching oh, how 1 did work but somehow nothing l
was perfectly the ante-bellum day, the 'afo' de wah'
.
would have to bo done to offset this disgusting the old year out and the new year In! N New Year has passed away with all It* wa_well, quite like til* picture In the [,
Willie Lloerum-lid I? Say! I watchedmy household magazine. The odor of thing
philanthropy and (lifting. the of
: scenes ( yet
memory '
that afternoon Mrs. sister and her beau watch the old burning, too became so strong that the M
By tour o'clock it remain with th* older resident a* reminder 1
I I Wilton had made the rounds of the insulted rear out and the new year in-Brooklyn! that one day at least, and that the man from next door-a perfect strangercame -
and swell Eagle.COMING over to see if the lioui wt* ou Ore
elite of the countryside; a initial one, of the Southland was one a1 "
and If he could b* of any us*.
c I. potential!! energy and signally characteristic "Well luckily, could air the whole
In it* Incident of the age and tint.. you
fAlSHAN't1Jec.K place thoroughly before Harry came
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r/p : f Had tbe. ..... KIT..". bom" ,

"I did. By noon I had cooked enough '
I "I hear that Jack' fiancee has mad

'J 'f j' 1 I Ii"" rFj him give a New Year' promise to atop to''feed a regiment 11m... was to he at ,
I
; smoking" thre-but somehow It did not seem .verysppetlzing I

l i IVF 1.; "That *o? Well. mine has not said I so 1 decided to have only four r

[ t All word about giving up the weed, but our courses; that wa a more economical dinner

f engagement has just the came effect," for a young couple anyhow. When

OF "How/ so?" Harry arrived promptly at three, I was

"Every time I call all the cigar In my all ready and trying to look a* if I fait

: vent pocket manage to gt crushed, and cool and bide the two burned and one i
cut I had df id.J that three '
of course, I don'l: smoke tb m! -Baltimore nier
I r Herald course were enough for anybody save a
'1IG.w About Your Annual Dinner?" ttL aw glutton, by that tjrns."

: Plan for 'he l New. Ym, "Well, I am lure that everything wa ,
I hall enjoy the 'new leaf turning' with i' Now man retolv** to strive anew very nic." .

my neighbors exceedingly." And In the comma year win more "It-wsll. It wa not quit perfect; t "to.M
Ii
,
Tnis! information was what Mrs. Gold Of that which misers fasten (o hail forgotten to stuff the chicken rod +,s'I ;,
Than he ha* ever gained ,,be tore. .
waite had talked philanthropy tor two full Aunt] Seinnj Apple-Jacks. I had put salt In the crsnbiirriii insteadof .

hour for, and she took her leave feeling Ill* wit. applauds him andslti down' sugar, but that wa* mr* detail, for "
that she was a heroine of the first water. frequently In a free for all fight in which l'on,4ilrlnir" how sbe will showA the table looked lovely with all my best !

But: Mrs. Berri accompanied her callerto fiats only were' used and after which no) few n"w illdoo to the townIf linen: embroideries, silver glass' lOot .
the to talk arrest were made. In those New> Yea hubby kilt hi* schemes to go.ChKairo ,
front gate in her eagerness china: on It. As 1 wanted to surprise him '
ttvcordlUrald.TIll'K .
more about the "movement." "It w to day the "rum>>hop., as they were called, -..- -- thoroughly I did not tell him- that I had

elevate the toil n. 1 understand," she did they rlnir the belts led night' did a land oflic, business ""JII.k)' was TO MMTh RLCOLUTIOY.j cooked It my.elf-I meant to tell hint that t

aid, "and to get in touch with our. poorer wily steeples white and tall ? plentiful and cheap and tbe prejudice it the very Isst."

neighbors' I Why wee the ash with lay b dlf' ht t against drunkenness was by no insane .J "A* a sort of postscript to the dsrt..

"Yeanswered 'Ir. Ooldwaite hesitating The ads snow over all: general then a* now. rewarYSlreWrtt how[ nlc t"'
did I hear j tl i juJ.,7 4.4 ,
Wes It s dream or of interest however
to break up her luxurious NewYear's A sound beneath my sill. Th focal point wssn ;" "M'hm. Well, though he Imd said h*
dream by bumping against the Intrusive While wlnur ssMrllght. cold sndclesr.Revested was the lining out of negro for the ensuing > ((4 Jhlt vas wildly hungry, b* did not eatjust, '
ditch. the sleeping hill tnVir.nar.tha year. Now and then negroes were ...U 'j ,
and He
fact that washwomen played witb thing kept starting to
diggers occupied the came planet togetherwith N wY.sreslnlsstnnW. nOR will he leave us till arcs more i I olleitd for public sale but that practMus } "is '!Hy I IJ. If speak, too, and then shutting his mouth s
robed In then in the tarlief
The ee.h is snow not ao common a*
the "firaU. yasrws born: evar-soundlne there i tight without saying' a word. Something '
And
"Yes," ahe repeated, "and when we organize HIS footprints In the later whll o The wind of winter blow lThewatchers i r '' part of the century. was wrong with the coffse, though I had

you will accept the presidency?" Is ssw si the this door.mom; Then leaning on hi* own eood.lart, Planter neither hired out their slave.pnor .; ; put lo twice a* much a* the cook. book
Th newborn goat Kindhearted old and tray did they employ those of other pro.pie.
and she got up an interested look, almostas A smll upon his brow: Tha vlntaia of the year h:II /quaff" Hut those belonging to minor children said. A. he set down bU cup well rather
good "as the genuine. Evil h*will tint*year old and poor And slowly pas*away. I more forcefully than wa quite lIec."y.be ,
,, well WHO I '
from" nowUS and 'ldowa. a* as many
A flat r '
"I thank said: 'Wll dear It l It Nw Ye., .
"Certainly, was the reply. >
him In, of resident of the town
BLESS the bells that tint "chattel
yoWfor' tbei honor. ," and Mrs",-John Berrie bring to sit who. wilt. for him 1 With many a son and shout were commonly "hird out," day, and I bavf resolved not to lose my
I) A .,rile. a Isueh. a tear: t and village were for an entire but I must
pressed th. J caller's hind I temper year
fervently. brim Iw.ayidthuehth'out had.. been trades,
So. fUllh..chalice 10 the EreIrg.ykr; I I ; especially if they taught the who
girl cooked
thing that
The"delegat. was- Dot very favorably Influenced And drink the Glad New Yasr} But while I h*urrlea.aoar guest or were good cook or house servant. .yon. : ,
.
with the wd.'. enthusiasm Let car and llhl. be cheer inner must be dismissed before to-mor
young every hearth. Let there riming town resident slaves b.
over the question, and the.preaaure of her And sn, hA Ha U be the)friend we. tore the best- Many' possessed 1'ItfI'' ow'. sun I II up. A woman who would
01..1 night their home netd and these were
,
New Yasr came lo slat> N.w Year IBe pond ,..
hand her The wlnsorr r "" give a hungry nun underdone chicken
chilled rather than thrilled sky
wintar
Adown Ih* "hired out' to other who might require would
festive heart. came before the dawn of day services.The 4" overdone potato and asbeito pie,

But one consoling thought ran through RYE. .*Sprlntllm-hi.' l beck> the* scanted bird will. ....sing...,.. A eherob. .s
It alit they never would "organize" it from In beneath his feet will sprint H.lr..I.d the filmy atariltwayAnd many a mll.uGod rear only. 1C must be' renewed annually "Ob, well you nd never" tell bin that '

was only a subterfuge: to nose out some 's sweetest, falrsst flow.rsl.. And st each door all oar the land] if desired by the contracting parties. '4r a you cooked that dinner Its
thing H.'III.". Illl he Summer w* asHarwettof Ha knocked amid the din : "I didn't tell him, but b* nnd"rtookdischarge
more substantial.Mrs. many hues And blest be h.whose kindly hand :Much misconception obtain a. to the fr the cook and b did!"
Goldwait tripped along to the Ana Autumn. 'mid bar golden sheave Was first lo wl him In. I diMgrteablcn and shame of tbi practice. v to *. ,
....
turning! 'where she met Mr.. \\ ilton who H.r happiness 'en. t-l Master bad a direct pecuniary Interest .
fill and let him know cart .Jr "ir Old Year 11'...... q qNo
chalice the
reined in' her ponies to ask breathlessly! : OOFt him the ,","c.tar. of the delta CHE That love for him Is won*;. I la their .lave., and it 'u to their A.
'
"Did you find out?" t Wmapsedlil,eland strain* Amid the softly fallln snowAnd Interest to M* to it that thee secured yea n*. "to be "' .' be.ls 0 him with a sent: A far It m*. mother dear .
sure; it take me to find out, deckand and plain*! treat humane employers a was poi.ibis
Will l voids from sea to sea I I'll know without your wak1nr me thai 'U,
to pole
and From pole'
she tossed her head in triumph. HIS skies will wear, the softest blue. In accents loud and clear ., acb> slav war permitted to cboo. the clad' Nsw Year.
They will have the dinner .. usual But The brook that seeks the tea Let very heart'be glad and free the person for whom be would work. I Little F.llow-Strike me If ytr For every whittle ID the logo will blow a
Air Will hsve sent for m* aid you.Beneath To the lood "' eM. V_, who remilaed with .. rcsoIoUd ter lift +'
Berne, not being acquainted could stately' ue*. greet Co IJ.r some there were tbe want t. I've never from 11 to .. ,.
not :write! the invitations alone; and Mr. the T. ame employer year by year for many i m* band !. anger .,i,,' ,anoder *gi Ia'. And boy with d.dedtngedone! moths*, f j4
I .
I'crrie "ou1et.not help her until to-day." rear*. --- -- will loot a few for me.
"0. that good servants bad Eee' ..-" ml Labor. Chicago Tribune,.
'yes! cried Mrs. Wilton "that accounts Tbose were no
for it all. Well and illficulty in choosing desirable emplo.n.Very "He .U oae of the most resourceful lazy -- -
ready r
we. are .
to a Meklsiv Thsn Cesnf f......
knew.
*-n be delighted/ to helpturn the frequently the master left IBM; mailer men I ever
lCal this of sweet slew 7 in entirely in the band of th* alar*. "Why do you say thatf 'ora-Ob, papa why h.oU moved I r
hostess'* year' brqaiue. .' the After' all, though there were those who "Because, instead of writing/ eat hi* the sofa out into the middle. of the room' t

"She was wonderfully were unknown and many mere who were good resolution, he cat tbe page for Jfea- Fape-l iHougul you would want Ittb.r. )<
elated thougxover : from hi old diary; and pasted ., sine you ha"..> hung the mia *t1.v...
'-l he worth!**., and tb... were' tasty I, 1003 *
philanthropic work, and Mrs.oMwait practically .
,
bid i under 11W3.-Chicago Post. the chandetinr. Towa Topic
*. rolled up her eyes in mock: ou, at auction to the bight i Ili. in

Mriou.ne. Iloth ladies giggled end

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IiiI' : yt don't care for thank, but. 1 .a. she s"w the policeman. "Well, you're, A COMPROMISE.Mr. .

Ir I seven-! like to see the owner of that too late Some of ;.our pard got. ltaaatait
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i"t / PATROLMANFERGUSON'S ahead of you this. t time. He's gone.They and Ilr ,New Y.ur.eReeotutlona
dows -must be someone I hqvo
). got him tM l. afternoon. For and How 'l'h..7'. Were

.1'1 Ir wonder wham I don't Itnow." IClnally I>I.j>o.fd at,
,\ mind. : !" called Harry, "oh YEAR'S EVE .
NEW
.. \ "I didn't com to get;your husband,
,,' ,. I 8Y ar'v at Nearly I bring good news. Here' Ferguson said. "1 know where h* i Is "John Henry, d"Mrs.. Bugging, a

Fi wA7.rk .wrxar At1ACF1LDM went, ; your story won first prize, Deeded day or two. before New-dear's: "ha,'
If help
I to u
came see
-;rAJ troubleH here's rv kind gentleman who By KOBKK* R. PAXON.IATHOLIA you
made good, resolutions
"We wouldn't nerd help If you'd let you your '" yet
fur : T .WAS bare desolate tory to me from being run, )ver. Now the life for the coming yegtTt' '
i: a Mack alone.' You mug worry
i room in a tenement house tering and all can have something to out of him ant me too. He ain't so "3S.. Have you r,' responded her

':, d'i in a sonthern city. On a oo, F A U 0 U SON bad as think be Is. Jt 'caus be husband, bearing down with considerable .
you
Derwent I and :Mr.. Derwent oould not merrily... he : '
h. emphasis' the final
rickety table ip one cor- doesn't he's always* word.
) was once mean going
written the sudden transition from his beat that
ii I nee stood a broken vase : to be the nu.tno, dos. ?" "Have I? Why, not'} I thought It
t, ed and to hope. They eat a* it was unusually
;' ) 1 which still showed rem- The woman was shivering with the was only the men who needed to make
;t
.shouldn't
:'; manta: of its pristine beauty. the coming Mr. Derwent came forward why and no- good resolutions.' ." ,
cold she
Ferguson
I a* spoke,
a* it ha and -in a broken voice tried to been? In two
'
,* I Jlgbt of a stray sunbeam shone ticed it."Did "And the women are perfect to begin
effort in his thanks. hour h4 would be through
I M a ,A.6,,I, through Its ruby depth. A': long- fly the, haven't you a, light?" in' with hit work and be could then Mack tell you anything about with eh? Well, :Mrs. Bugging; ,thehmuy !

) # I stemmed, withered rose which it held i ,going to work -morrow?" hoe asked., be your view of the matter, butgnu
+ knit Mr. his and .
Mayo. home to family stay map
'; was doubtless a reminder of some go will find, when:you come to dlacunu
.
f "Y..-. He had offered
thing
lit and sir, said Harry, who had re hour., for the next day wohUoay. off. a good
1. ,::" .happier hour. The occupant of the the question with an intelligent mole
narily wonderfully since "we But there other things which him, but I suppose It'.-all off now.
eating, were
(\.t"r4 room were a mother and her three directedabout citizen-especially if :he happen to be
As the officer's were
had served In amiable eye
1 to to an
no
'.t 1 children, a babe a little ctrl.t' money buy anything put Ferguson married-that there is a radical dif.
; puny the \ dingy room they
officer squalid
long : t. Mayo stared. He had never 'Ir.mat mind.[ Ilia superior ,
',,.f.:::41; \ perhaps three years of age and a der !in :contact with poverty before. when he reported. for work after supper rested for a. second on the pile of ference of opinion on the subject,
: "
j t' c r' boy about seven year her Mentor. blankets in the corner whichervd Speaking for myself I think there ia
ragged \
lost .,, take my purse and get light that evening had complimentedhim .
There was nothing about the. room ju.taa much, or even, need .
I for bed and they discovered more of
The ) ah-something to eat. I onhi* work. a ,
4 '. ,suggest that the family had ever that the fire in the little coal the 'women making good/'resolutions
j '.' spiration r. Derwent wee again thanking "Three arrest in one day int, so stovewas
been: comfortably placed a* regard himself almost' out and that the coal box at this time of the ;year than there is
meant ; while Mr*). Derwent was bad, the policeman said to ,
17r! ,:'tbis world' good, save the broken weep was Their: own r'heart for the men to do so." frKow jut for
"t ill' that tears of joy and thankfulness. reassuringly "and allof them, good nearly empty.
; Venetian vase but the face of the a change, we- each draw
I thought sent to save children ones>, too. Getting colder," he tfdde'd 1. war touched. suppose upa
': you my
; "
r mother a* she bent over her wailing set of
"Do would do say seven 'good resolution
will buy starvation. This evening: 'I .ahe buttoned bill coat; "thankful Idon't you suppose.Ib anygood
-
':li: babe, trying to soothe and tlll its : for the other to sign'' for' the
if I Mack back tonight coming
we all I IHarry' I I !d for bread begged it and the have to work to-morrow. It'll be brought
: '
J'U" cries, bore the trace of what bad I and bow look.
I with ?" he asked of the brave little year see .they' I* it a
l refused the first New" Year'sI've spent !
r I 1. ;1" once been the most refined type of I me. But what bargain?"
reached wife in moons. Guess I'll woman near him.
do
woman for her chil my many
a ''
:"" .*\; ,,", beauty. } : ?" step la and get warmed up a bit." "Could you do it- she exrlaimed.anxiously "Agreed" said Mr. Biiggina, and'

t.t Only a short. year ago, Mary Der- i several laying !her thin, withered they set to work. ,It the end of halfan.
There congregated
{ ght men
and
were
.
back
soon with
came : a
I' / .Vi went and her little family had been be in the corner cigar store when Ferguson hand on the policeman's arm. hour they exchanged papers, and
If was a basket! of food and handed the !
,' t living in comparative comfort, but rooms back Mr. entered, and they were earnestly "I think fo," was the answer. "He these are the "Good Ke.olution." that
1 J I Suddenly her husband lost b.1* posl-! to. Mayo. < hasn't been booked Mrs. Buggin found starring her in the
yet.
'' After took discussing some matter of general
.;.It, itloii a* head clerk In a large establishment formed mother only enough tot to-night Interest about that time."Here' "Then for Ood' sake do olw 'she face, writes Will 8. Old ley..In the Worn-

t 'II which owing ,to the pre.f'ffl .- had won Mayo ;bas emptied money the now.-, the Ferguson now," said one of cried, breaking down and sobbing. "I an' Home Companion '
on
purse ,
eleews had cent : where )Ira. Derwent them "Was it you who arrested McCarthy can't do without him now; ,"-.he,con 1. Resolved, that 'I will keep" my
wan already
; I tinued almost temper on all occasions and not
they had I. ? -later. "I'm sick: :Be- talk
)ut Mary who ate raven- "
.. general J "Yea. Why?" sjder, it'll encourage Mack. lie meant back to my husband, no matter how

'; : ,., jLflctrl It was mother had less to eat than; "Came it was a low shanty trick to do right now, I know for he promised great the provocation may be. 'The

that but, mother-Ilk, thought of self that's why. You had no right to do me' he would and I'm sure he'll least said the soonest mended.'.
.
trudged .. I it :in the first place.He' wasn't doing keep hi? word if he's: given a fail "3. That I will refrain from finding:

; : there. : Mayo bowed himself'out, prom i anytbllllJ'? ,,'a. he?" .,,4ow."' fault or showing- him that I am an-

I "Who I haven't to "I'll do it said the rush noyed when be is late to dinner or ia
for his to call on the morrow, silently ea)* a right pinch ,", policeman
f 1 I tightly l ; ;; '$ tfiat' hej; "of all others anybody I want to?" the policeman retorted lug from the;:room' : away from home evenings oftener or
c
ii iif started be the 'one; to play Providence angrily. "Haven't I instructionsto later than seem really necessary.

11 he poor family. land.any crook find?" Half an hour ,,later! McCarthy wa "3, That I will not attendevery

; ''''I'.oi, there A "Yes-, if you catch then doing some-' back in his home: and there was a gain-sale I: hear of nor buy a new

I dl second letter ',, laleh Harry thingwhich McCarthy wasn't.' bucket of coal and a basket' of foo dregs or hat every time I see some

__ despite proved too be an!urgent invi "No fault of his, probably. Lying there too Ferguson had hurried to other woman wearing one that like.

There ,from Mr. Derwent' aunt In around waiting for a chance, I take the patrol box, called up the desk.ser- "4. That I will look jifter my husband's

It." 4 geant explained matters to him and clothing more carefully, and
country for him and. his ;
I.'i' almost '- New Year's with: her.family, the "That's1 Just, where you're wrong. naked. that the prisoner be sent homein see that In the future,he- doe not go

istence. day from this How gladly McCarthy, I admit isn't just exactlythe tire,, wagon. \ with half the buttons either hanging

t. passing left the clone comfortless \best sort of a person to have in tIle "Put in a scuttle' of coal, and a basket by. one thread or pre entirely. '
,
; to clear | the spaciou old farmhoufce room neighborhood, but at that he'. not. the of grub too," h-e added; "theyneed '5. That I will, give up,' running

+;"' "it' s tempting the hills 1 I kind of a man hetksed to.be. He'i reformed jt. And ,to-morrow have somebody around the neighborhood, and' gossiping -

"f What day < the Isgood tohi.family now and go around to see If anything and attend- strictly to my own
was glorious air
;\i iI' ,
so? us It Indian had : was going to start In work, to-onorrt w. else can be done. I won't be in to- affair* 'and my home duties.
summer
m t 'It\t t4'AL. ; all a '< come But you come along and grab him up. night, bill. Happy New Year Good "9. That I will remember'that! $20
\ ; He'll be in for least and are like| > angels' visits somewhat
I mud and they reached the hone ta- two day..at night"s
''IP his be and that 1 will not and sulk
,, .' .,. carriage crowded into the large fam job'll gOM. you C pout

!,r T \ ;I'4 I -. A m she threw wide the win.* r "You' men, make me tired," the policeman guson's wife asked him when he for hall ti day, every ,time I va.k my
reached home. "Yon husband! for one 'and, fail to it,
of the to let in the golden sunlight muttered as be turned to said you would get

ttjf.. '! J 0s.i1iiL191"l7S! trample health-giving breey.e: from the ward the door. '"McCarthy's a crook be hereto watch the Old Year out "7. That my husband, being wiser

But no, lands and I I. safe to have around only when with me, so I sat up for you. But it's than I. I win, defer to. his Judgment

M..whU. Hugh D_.... Had Dragged His them be's, behind the,baiw. I know my busl- after one o'clock n wo"" and. allow him to have 'his own .way
*
ever a day. more than
Weary War Mom.wsrd.e strength royal ue '. and can attend to it; you keep "I know if," he answered, "but I wa in all things, a* a good wife should<<;

.aura of the' time, had failed. Unfortunately launches Mayo, hating called to see your noses out-of it." unavoidably detained Sorry though. do."

'r he fell seriously ill of a to his rwent.. the day previous, Mrs. With that he wa gone. But you'll forgive me, I know.."be added The. good resolution which: Mrs.

,,t ':Sever which completely prostrated tleman! a t took the liberty in her "when I tell you that by staying Bug-gins had drawn up for Mr. Buggins' -

liim. By degrees their small savings "Oh, happiness!,. to invite him out., I believe I have helped to give man afresh guidance were much briefer, but
'Pot a suit of blue clothe on an start on life. It's good to they were right to the point They
's
; + were expended, then the best of the "Ah, presented himself, to his own way *
furniture was sold for they were too me help laid."I her Irishman, sew on'some brass buttons, begin the New Year.! ." he said ache were as follows' ,

h proud to ask help, and so'they' went the astonishment, aa they were place a club.In hj* hand and a gun in put. hi* arm around the little woman "1. Resolved, that I will, give up
out to dinner in the largo,
r bit and call him ,
pocket -
a policemanand and her a violent smoking
gave hug.
et'' from bad to worse, until they only daintily old Chicago
'' dining-room. it'sall\ up with him," continuedthe ;Evening Post "2. That t will resign .from the club
+ had the poor bed, the stove, the tableland Ing the was just enough frost In the
man who was> talking after the and stay home evening with my familj. -
two chairs, which now furnished The child make the wood fire acceptable policeman had out. ,

in scant measure the little room in 'n. but he musk rose looked saucily in gone THE ART OF LETTING GO. "
"Who if tbl.
man McCarthy? one 3. That T will keep out of politic
1 the tenement they called borne "J can't < wide windows and nodded a of the others asked. and'
Hugh had been out since early' at while To I/e .rn to B* Abiolal Master of' spend no more money trying
gry large vases full of "
Oh, 'he doesn't amount to much, into office
morning hunting for work, and Ills to breathed out their hearts ''in: answered the other. "He's* a laborerby One's Own Mind (. O.. of First get of 'the or to keep on the rig.side :

I I vlf was growing momentarily mpre The Lessons !. .are. boys.1 ,
? a' nce. trade but too lazy to 'Work. Livesin "4. That I will cheerf Uy1rnlllh
lanxlou about his absence. lifted
: prolonged -
crowning 'event of the ,day a shanty around the corner with his such of
+ sums money ns wife in her
What could him? It to him. We held on my
keep began when to a great
t4 Mr. Derwent was giving wife and a lot of half-starved kid. many thing judgment deem for
r i grow dark. Pressing her pain face .x ow. helping! turkey. The dear Hung around with a tough crowd fora last year which we should: ,have lap goII'haken household may and personal necessary l "

against the panes she peered out ,Into quired. announced that he would --:- off entirely. In the first expenses;
t 'I as long time and was as- bad a* any of "5. That I.. will not growl because
f the street."Mamma Harry heir, It was his duty to remain them I guess. Been locked up any place we should expel from our' mind. ray wife! spends more time than I think
"
,t' -- I'm so hungry, pleaded! a rections' completely the thingswhich
and .keep" 'up his property; she number of time, and once, I believe, cannot IIhe' really ought to" In calling or in
weak little voice from the bed. "Can't almost tired 'of living without children wa sent up for two years for robbery. be helped--our put misfortunes, the entertaining company.
I*. J have something?" Mr. ( trivial occurrences which have ,
house "And what is more I'm But that'. not what I'm kicking about. mortified "6., That I will receive wjfe's

i It i f& "Oh. Harry, what shall we do? Slater thought going to any longer," she del It's the blamed habit th cop...bave got 'or humiliated u!.. Thinking: of mother with open arms and my a glad

want something to entV'r! cried very with emphasis into of nabbing him every time they them notonly doe! no good, but :it smile; nQ matter how often the
,. xa,l i. Mrs. Derwent, her rob* \18' of peace'and comfort. The may
putting !lnna.around Mrs. Derwent, said }(r. Mayo catch him standing Mill. My wife went art ,visit us nor how long she stays.

j, YID her little boy's neck dinner, as he swung lazily in a over there this afternoon to take the of forgetting useless things'is' a great "7. That I will be guided' wholly by

.tEJ "Mamma don't cry. I'll go ,out under ,a large oak; tree "I kids something to eat, and Mrs. McCarthy onea ad we should. learn Untany ol< i 1 .ngatn; perhaps I'll get something l ald It I* fast a. :important says! ; Success -
out why your name sounded so Pat would be all right if *- affecting -personal habits
orhomelife.1
this time, and pr'aps I'll meet to learn to let go as to hold on. my .
papa. famlltur;. there was a little mis the police would 1 let bLIp a Ion*. She's
I won't come back without something cousin worried about him the Anything that cannot help us't'o get '
My wrote a story for more losing "Well? -said Mr*. Buggln, :inquiringly
i this time" cried "Now on and up in the- world; anything that
Harry. ,
f II competition, and took a fancy job offered him than anything else, after they had finished reading
,I see, mamma if I do. Please don.tcryl" her name 'Mary Derwent; she s-aysj." Is'a-drag. a stumbling block, or a hindrance 'the two sets of resolution' :
should be from
: expunged our
heard It: somewhere, perhaps.; "I'll never sign 'eml! I'd rather bea
"Oh, where wilt you go, my poor about it and memory. Many people Hem to take a
me in
n 1 wonder if I did do wrong in lock 'mummy a glided sarcophagusthan
little where will positive pleasure recalling pat ml.
darling you go? it was her instead of ? attach
atory ing :McCarthy up,: Ferguson meld to fortune suffering and failures. my signature to such a
p It: our clothes are too thin to go out which the ?" They let
won prize KlttM> !lf after he had walked" several of resolutions! declared Mr. Bug-
I In this wind. I dwell upon mch experiences, and repaint -
let
cannot cannot '
.}i story was called 'Kvelyn, I block, thinking of the matter-all tb.etime. the dark pictureeuntll the mind gins, stoutly"And ,
got
l "
you "Don't really believe I did. rve become and I'll never sign, the horrid set
melancholy tad. If
r But Harry was off; he had no time \ accounts for it; the letter had order to. bring in all the suspicious would learn they you drew up; neverl" exclaimed Mrs.Buggins .
i. Nt -to lose He had no time to lose, indeed contained the check said only to drive th-em out; with
'Evelyn, characters I find during-,the holidays and banish their a very red face.!'
if he meant to reach the attempts return
t. great Derwent' Mine was .'Evan- and if McCarthy: fen't one I don't ai they would banish a thief from the "Tell you what we'd' better do" sold
publishing house in Broad street It ,' but I thought they had made know who is. Guess I'll goaround and Bugglns,, somewhat more mildly.

tr 'wa fully| five o'clock and he must ." see the family anyway. Maybe they'rein home tbos-e" painful thoughts wouldce.u..e "Let's work' the problem out by can
I to' demand '
1, lie there before six, and it wa such along / entrance. We want .
cellation. ni
,quite a coincidence said Mr. hard line and need help, he con all of cancel my seren'good
we can get awnshinseaeonregrmeat
I j weary walk for a little fellow.' ), "but you shan't lose by It." tinlalter a moment's- reflection and inspiration. Life istoo resolutions' against your" even, and
Meanwhile
Hugh Derwent had can't lose now Had not that should "we'll let thing slide before
HtA '1 his Harry "Funny man spring the short to dwell upon thing which only' along as ,
r dragged weary way homeward to' the post office he would not same> gag on me that McCarthy did hinder though we will both probably be the
,, lgj He had met the usual rebuffs, some our growth. It we keep the better In
met you, and had you not luo- about that job. mind filled with bright, hopeful pictured some respects for having
a rudely uttered some gently worded, us at that critical time we Mr. :McCarthy wasn't very deeply and wholesome drawn out each other' tide on the
for there thought*-the-
were roea who' were have died and but for the grieved that afternoon when one of which subject. What do you say Amanda
'' touched his things only can help us on and
1' face
by pallid and the
could have her "I'm if "' Mrs.
to : we not comeout many-children-came running into- up Jn the world-we shall make infinitely willing you are said
t' hopeless expression of his coon .. the house and told her that a police Buggin, softly, and in this" sensible

l, tenance. Mary listened for his footsteps -- you stole your New Year, man had taken the father away in the burying greater ourselves progressthan in by- fashion the threatening war-cloud was
glowing retrospection.
4 for It was now too dark to seethe
aid her aunt as she shook patrol. It had happened so often before dispersed.

passers-by on the street, caught Th_W.r. fat sides in laughter "but the that the novelty of It all had worn One of the first lessons' in life. lit to
a faint, uncertain sound YEAR
of
a* some to 'Plnelands/ your farmer hus off. Rut -.h* couldn't understand what NEW T1ona.
learn to be absolutemaiter
of one'sown
ii ton tottering on the stairs. Opening' "I (a* he i* to be), can easily re- he had been doing, for only half an mind, to clear it of it* enemiesand -,; Throughout tM rar'of ffracc begun '
r the door she discerned the figure of he It." hour earlier he had left her as-cheer May nothtnr said, or notblnf done'

I i .f her husband coming wearily up step taurant ful as could be over the prospect of to keep it clear. A< welltrainedmind By me. ,

I' i' $ by step but oh. so slowly. Soon she a glass you believe, that that gay getting permanent work the next day will .never harbor thought.inimical Bringto ray. face the blush of sham,
to success. or happlne Nor, bring reproach upon Thy name.
*1 'L 1 had him clasped in her arms N o and ", fellow driving the cow from lie was only going over to the cornerto You My God and KingMjr -.
have the
need for him to repeat the sad story think of with Harry helping little get some tobacco he told her, and ability to choose your mind'scompany '' '_

; a of failure again; she knew it when The ha mak mud pies, swinging the would be back soon. Perhaps; h. got ; you can call up at will anyguest For flrtt all I allegiance am or hope due to to b*.The*,
Then
;fce touched her cheek. with hi* cold "That in the hammock: peeling pota :into a light abe thought, sod let it goat 'you please. why' not To. Thee I owe; ,
choose the noble and
a aip; whufs with a checked apron on, wa that. best And may I faithfully discharge ,'

+ 1. ")Vhere i* Harry" were the first bread and ; dandy who stood at the street Y'a.t. My duU.s to the world aT largt
t word he. The leXcti Blfcl* To friend snit foe. ;; ,
spoke after regaining his Vell, with his cane In his mouth ;
Mr*. McCarthy bad so much to do '
:/: .breath, for he was quite exhausted supply refuting the statement that On New Year' Day a hard-headed What others may or may not do. \

; r jr the exertion of mounting the A alow made man In Hi* own image" that she was kept up very late that Scotchman will take a Bible and placeit Lee m* be ever Just and true, '
i night. Three of the children had the And pay my YOWl.When .
a table, letting fall
-steep staircase of the he is the Identical young upon open of truth assailed
which called for much oppose wrong.
t .e r "He1 gone out dearest; I couldn't "Ah. who has been out at Plneland croup after had dopingand Its own accord. Then without looking, May I with purpose firm and strong

; WI, .stop him Mary cried for something I feel weeks, and says he intend rubbing they been 'put he will place his finger upon the page Th. truth sspouss. ,> "
to bed of them
another hadn't
:i' I } to eat -and the little fellow there ; a where it hits opened and read .the
rushed several
you. more. whole' of his Thee 1st Thy precspt be my guldo.
piece clothing
I toy back
,r ;' out determined to do 'verse oa which it rest. This is And
supposed tot
J something Harry' fact, Mr. Derwent he said "I I and the patient" little mother m In Thy love abide.
, 1 Don't be frightened Hugh Ood will proceeded.Mr. love with Plneland. and I .in wa to indicate his fortune for thecoming Come weal or wo.;'' ,"
.1F' forced .to spend considerable time twelvemonth. And may I through the months and day*
I -Cincinnati
.take of him and In
of .
,
I care ,, u tdo. We ;you shall adopt me a* a brother patching and darning. In. addition, to Ac: nowU *
t\\ .' must not hide our, trouble from your the me put my money in improve thbrrhe"' was making. dresa'forA.wom- quirer.Sam. Whcrer go. .. -

d {j' : 1' aunt children.any longer. ; it Isn't justice t e'Mary on the plantation and instead an which had to be delivered thV-flrrt 0'st.ey." I, But If before Its- days are done,

y .our somehow. ] 1I' 'ducks and drakes' of my thing in the nvo-mlng. It was el.\se "Somepeople," said Uncle Eben That:' I my earthly race have run.
" 1 They 1'H buy duck and drake and This I.
,
plea
on to midnight when she finished It.Ju.t my
"turns ovuh
a new leaf on de f '
t "Where meantime was little Harry, and : making a goose of myself." u o' de That: my ninth deeds may last.
I Bend what was his object in visiting "For : .be the world "assurance as.he wa patting away her work year. But befo.1'ebralry! dey's writin My faults like the forgotten pail

k'i .the.great publishing house of Ford fc gave there came a rap on the door. de' same ol story, on It."Washington May nee with m*.
i you, he In.-Ladlu. World. New York. -Oh ,' i. .Matthew. T. PreiWUrlan.
y |, you Itr he old when Star. Lindsay. la United

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