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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 25, 1903
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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NO. 19'. .. TITUSVILLE' FLORIDA. FRIDAY::DECEMBER Q5, 1003. PRICE Co.


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Fireworks Steel Go-Cartll-Gardnel'8. -Mr. Sells, of Sells & Forepaugh'! e INSTALLATION AND BAN- Ilrevard County Lands<< For Sale. AMONG THE HOTELS. '

[LOCAL NEWS, -Mr. E. W. Hall is again In town, af famous shows recently passed through' QUET AT TITUSVILLE. -

ter spending several weeks at his fine Titusvilln, on his way to Havana.
East of Southeast Section 12 Is file weekat
| 'General Interest. !'y J-4' The ADVOCATE on overy
of
d Topics Klondike orange grove -Mrs. A. S. Chalker, of MiddleburgFla. ,' Ou MondayVevenlng! next, Doc. 2Sth, Township ::16< South Range 40 East; t'0! the American Club, Havana.Whero ", .

-It was our Intention to issue our ., mother of Mrs. W. S. liraunlng, ai at '7iO: o'clock the members of Indian acres. Fine plneapplo land very near the East Coast.
E Christmas week but rived In Tltusvllle Wednesday, to spend Ankona Station on Indian Ulyer. Price, to stop along
last
ADVOCATE, supplement we
THE River Lodge No. 00, F. & A. M., will\ See list of hotels on page 7. ,
Christmas with her
daughter.
la advance. decided to hold it over until today. assemble at the Lodge-room Indian $2,500.Merrltt's. ,
Hji50
per annum Island, near Courtenay for The ADVOCATE la now on file at all
'* FOR CHRISTMAS-Buy sister ai River hotel Tltusvlllo, for the
months I purpose
H.'gg six CHICKEN EGGS.-Rhode Island Reds, your
\ merly known as the Geiger Place; 107gacres. |Q the best hotels In New York city
t
countries. evening dress of the dress materlai of having their annual Installation.
IjVoo!: por an. to foreign winter layers; $2.Ou per setting J. T. now and
"Danish Cloth for snla only at J, After the Installation\ a banquet will Fino pineapple, orange vegetable of
Bin subscribe for the ADVo- Feaster, Titusville Fla. land. Price V 0. If yon want nice piece prolel'tycl1cnp
$<
you it does not cost K Walker & Co's., Titusville. take place In the dining-room:\ of the > rend the ad. of tho Sarno property
I, by the year you -Mrs. Blake Walker around here from Morritt's Island, 1DH\ acres long! fronton ,
'which 70 80
hotel at It Is expected or It will be sold at a
Eoeata por wook.-postage Included. Jacksonville Tuesday, to spend the holidays Master James Uulo, a student at the ladles and gentlemen will be present. Indian River, and Including oyster on our 7th page

Re Kist COAST ADVOCATE Is on with her parents, Capt. and Mrs. University of Florida; Lake City, returned Manager J. G. 'Bast U. the caterer and permits granted by Ilrovard County. rare bargain.

HU the following newsstands, at five Jas. rrltchard. to Tltusvllle, Sunday, to spendthe he promises to set a table that will be a Good land for vegetables and some good Remember, when you arrive In Jack.

copy holidays: with his parents, Capt. dud: credit to the town. orange land. A lino oyster location. sonvlllo, stop at the hotel advertised on
nrvtlle-per -B. R. Wilson .4; Son. -The Indian River Band, Tltusvllle, Mrs A. W. Bute. The following officers of the Masonic Price t IH( ). 7th page: of this paper-Windsor, Duval
will give a band concert In the square lot tit East. sub
of 3
-Duval hotel. Town Titusville Westmoreland and Ev rett.
'ksonvillo- between the ADVOCATE building and the -Mr. W. N. Hendry, of Fort Pierce, Lodge and! Eastern Star Chapter rollout
division of old block
4. good
hotel. A
.
I Windsor stand. Bank Christmas morning at 0:30.: Everybody arrived In Tltusvllle Wednesday to enjoy all members-with Invited guests-to be liouse. fairly Mr. II, R. Shares, manager of the New

notice News la Invited to attend.DON'T the Christmas holidays with Judge present at the banquet which will probably Town Price of Tltnsvllle$250: lot ::1 block A.Colemnn's Rocklcdgo hotel, Kockledgo,: was a paasengerou -
,
& Romling ads. are ten cents and Mrs A. D. Penney. Mr. HeaUry take placo at 11:00: o'clock : Wednesday's southbound tral'y
FAIL TO SEE E. A. Waddell, Addition., Large lot fronting
will them Christmas
Egg join Day. His hotel will this week.
on this page. MASONIC OFKICKIM.: location centerof open
Miami If you want to buy Improvedor on twostieutH, good near
Ellr. Jolm Cone, brother of Mrs. D.IHonroo ., unimproved lands. Prices to suit -Rev. Dr. Henry IIIce wife and con, T. U Sanders, W M. town. Good S room cottage. Price, Mr. Henry \V. Merrill, the popular t

of South Tltusvllle, recently all parties. stopped over In Tltiisvllle on Tuesday F. A. Morgan S. W. '*70l>. manager of the Royal Palm, Miami] pa... J

Red here to spend the Holidays. Heft on route to West Palm Beach where Dr. Ill. S. Hams J. \V.J. Town of Tltusvllle lino corner lot In soil through here, Wednesday on his

from near Lake City.KiM Attorney R. II. Seymour, who had Hire will have charge of the Methodist K. Walker, Secretary business section of town. I'lloe' 'ffiOO.:; way to Dude's county town, to 'got his ",

boon spending) a week or two In KIsHim- church They were pleasant callers In J. \H. 1)Ixon1'reannrer. Town of TltUHvlllo, t U) residence. lots hotel la readiness for the winter season,
Louise Brown returned home on moo, wns a pleasant caller at this office this office while In town. F. M. Taylor Senior l Doitoou. west of railroad. Price, $10 I'Rah.

(ay morning from Rollins College( on Saturday last. Ha was dn his way to It. E. Mime, Junior Deacon. South Lake :It tulles wont Tltusvllle\ Mr. K M. Shanks, manager of the

Berl'ark, to spend the holidays with bite homo at Miami FOR SALE OU EXCHANGE, for a C. H. Walton Senior Steward 40 acre, fronting on art hammockand Garden City hotel, Garden City I.. I.,
Barents Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown. Launch" 73: acres of'LuDd on Sebastian land has to Nassau Bahamas, where he
A. A. Stewart Junior Steward Finn for "gone .
.
-Miss Lily Gel er, one of Tltusvllle's part plno. : oranges
Klver. Half hammock half .
pine.P. clerk
will hold the position of room un-
Rev J. (L Black Chaplain. and PrllI.0.()
WADDELL Mlttu vegetables plnoapnjes.
PXIBEU: E. A. efficient High School teachers departedon O. Box 2l, Bemls at the Colonial
H. K.
Is tho man to go to. If you want the early morning train Tuesday, for 2t Miami Fla. ,Phillip. Roberts, Tyler. South Iake.II, nil II IDS west of Titus- clor Manager ,
Eiotl Grove, Pineapple Plantation or her home at Ircon Cove Springswhereshe : ... M. Wooten,, Marshal. vill!. Part fine hammock, balance fine, hotel this season.

Ratable Farm will bpenil the Holidays with her pa- -Mr. Jas. 1\1. Cod man, president o( KASTKUN BTAIt OFFICKIM. high, dry pine land, with bountiful view Manager H. E. Bernie, of the Colonial

Bio routs. Canaveral, Club arrived In Titusville on Mrs. M. A. Scrlmgoour W, Matron of \lake. 0001ornnj'e.\ :\ vegetable and and Royal Victoria hotels Nassau N.
advt.
) not fall to read the about Saturday, from Boston, nnd at once left pineapple land HiU shores Price, $HIM). P. was RmonlVedue".lay'. southboundlossongers '
BjreateHt fountain In existence, Master John Graham who has boon F. A. Morgan, W. ('IUrull. ,
; pen for the Clubhouse at Chester Shoals.Mr. Section Township 27 South, Range eu route to Nassau, Bahamas.
Br 2nd This Is the that In Sanford for several months stoppedover Miss Zandlo. Stewart, Associate Matron [ ,
pa e. pen Codman was accompanied by his 37 East; 4aia: acres, fronting on Indian where he will soon bo working like a ;
saad--especlally when you are travvis In Titusville, with his friend Master f i lend, Mr. Ely.Archdeacon. J.Mrs M.B.Dixon H. Wilson Treasurer., Secretary. River and ilorso Creek, 24' miles northof Trojan to got his hotels readiness for I
Rufus[ Bobbins on Sunday on his way Ran Oftlllo. land fine
Splendid high
B. F. Brown leaves' this Miss Kate Stewart Conductress. the opening
the with his -
to Miami, to spend holidays
| Grace Reed, ono of Tltusvllle's parents, Dr. and Mrs. \V. ti. Graham afternoon, Thursday for Elm Galllo to Mrs J. Kline, AsHHoclate Conductress.J. !and large quarry of Fine OU'llIlnlrock and,pineapple high dry Mr Chas. It. Davis, cashier of the

ftjopular() young ladles and who Isfling perform the marriage cermony at the I.. Carruthers, Chaplain. healthy. orange Mountain Washington hotel, N. 1[.; and
her second in -Rollinsftio Miss Florence Koblnson who has, land. Splendid:! residence site. Price,
-
year veddlog of Miss Jessie McMillan to Mr. O. H. Walton, Warder. of Hotel Ormoml Ormond Fla." was a
( Winter Park, arrived home onliiy been spending| ( several months with her E. A. M. Stewart which will take placeat John R. Walker, S-entlnol. $1,010.* on Saturday's southbound

', lout, to spend the Christmas holl- sister nt Altoona Pa., was a passengeron 6:30 on Christmas eve. Mrs Geo. W. Scoble, Ada. Georglana, on Merrltta Island; 10 aorell.extt"n.llnlt train passenger en route to Havana, Cuba on a
the Island from Indian ,
Eiith southbound her across
her mother. Tuesday's train on
Mrs. John Walker Jtuth.
way to the home of her parents at Eden BUY NOTHING anywhere else until Mrs Geo. M. Robbins, Esther River to Banana River; good pineapple\ week ortwo'e visit Mr. JlIvls111 ao-

Ilr. J. n. Allen general representa- She was accompanied by her cousin you see the grand display of goods at Mrs, J. L. Carruthors Martha. orange or vegetable land. 7-room house oompanled by his wife

|,if r the Howe scale who recently ar- Miss Daisy Hudson. J. K. Walker & Co's. Young and old\ Miss Aleph Mime Electa., In goolconditloa, small barn. Price |750. Mr. E. R. Bradley, one of the genial
atDaytona from New York pasHed can be suited. Marshal. : Also 10 acres known as lot 1 I. of Ar- and popular proprietors of the Palm
Mrs.
F. A.
High here, Sunday en route to Palm HOLIDAY GOODS BOOKS, GAMES, Chas. H. Hall of New Morgan, 'bella, fronting both Indian and Ht. Lucle Beach Club, has arrived at Palm Beach
lib b, to !get bis yacht In readiness for Dolls Toys' etc., at the Novelty :Store::! -Capt. of weeks' York Each member of the above societies Rivets, near postoflloo and railroad high for the season Mrs. Bradlny In also at
ktoal winter cruise on Indian River, next door to Bakery Titusville.Dr. after spending! a couple fishing are. permitied to Invite ono relative or and healthy, tioautlful locution Fine Palm Bench receiving hearty greetings:
y
at New Smyrna 1 I" now a of Hotel
guest( friend and the of those who intend V
\Worth and Dls mimes Pi''loo
B Bay cottnue land. will
ayne. splendid pineapple from numerous friends. The Club
Richard
Chas. G. Weld and Mr. Royal Polnciana, Palm Bench where he being present at the banquet shouldat

Hllrs, S. E. Barbour of Verona, N.BM n. Morgan, of Boston, who have been will remain until the opening of Hotel once be sent In to the above m'cre- ,::1"Term ll()(). will\ be made reasonable to reliable open Fob. let

a passenger on Sunday's south- laving line sport oil the Canaveral Club lireakers. Capt. Hall always likes to be arles, so that Bro. Bast may know how to As will bo soon by the ad on our tth

train, on her way to }:au Gallle, preserves, shooting ducks, left for homo among the first to register at the Polnol-. many luivo to be provided for. purchasers. 1)Apply. L, UA UI.1IKN page Hotel l Plaza, Uuuklutlgo, under the

Basils has a beautiful winter home. Monday, to spend the Christmas holidays ana or Breakers. The Titusville Orchestra will probably Or Tltuavllle, Fla..W.M. management: of Mr, B. II. Peck, Is now 't
R-w accompanied by MTS. Friend Dr. Weld Is a well-known crack be to discourse sweet music dur'ng The Plaza has been thoroughly
Bliullos -Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Bnrge and 1 son engaged: A. \V KNOCK, Jamaica, N. Y. open /
have been he seldom frills to bring down
receiving a hearty shoe and
and daughter, of SUady-Side. farm A |'me this week. ducks on the wing. N. J. who recently rented Mr. !Hr. Peck says) he Is now prepared to en-

Iroii HAVE ANY PROPERTY -'Sir. Frank M. Ironmonger!: jr., flor- John K. Walker's residence In North Tl- A NEW SCALE. CHRISTMAS TREES. tertain all comers to that famous resort

oit the East. Coast, Improved or unproved Ida's Clyde Steamship Co's., agent at iwvllle; write us that they will sail from -Rook lodge, Read the acl< ,

send full description, price Jacksonville, is sending out some "Wlsh- :New' York to Jacksonville the Clyde The Baptist Sunday school will have Mr. James MoComb, jr. an enter- "
Work In
HI I terms, No unless I effect Christmas", cards, with Comanche December and progressing on the new site ,
charge: ng you a Merry steamer 2Uth. hell Christmas tree and entertainment rlslng. and publlo-splrltou citizen of1'00npllno.
Bile. i Bnckman Fla. them. We acknowledged will be !in Tltusvllle 1st for the F. E. C. Ky. Co.'s oar scale, just ;
Jacksonville his picture upon on January or north of the Christmas night, December 25th, at 7 who cultivate the soil on avery
big water tank at Tltusvllle/
receipt of one, and It now hangs on 2nd. Mr. Berge is said to be quite a extensive scale and Is building a
|lr. E. J. I leal y and son, Mr. B. II. the walls of the editorial room of the bunter. and a force of men has been busy till p. m. the
r,prominent New Yorkers friendsr. week digging( out the sand 1 and pumpingout riUKIHAM. com: of an Inn at Pompano, made
ADVOCATE.
IVm M, Brown of the REMEMBER-Santa Claus can be seen the water, which had partially filled song."T iero's Rung In the Air" News" pleasant business call Monday ,
president .. .. ... .... .. .. Rundnyiaeh"ul1'rgyer ) has recently)
Mo'omb removed
D Dallas :National Bank, Miami were When you want good: results from only at the big store of J. R. Walker & In the excavation made some time ago. By ast. Mr.

friot callers at the ADVOCATE: office your advertisements, place them In the Co., Tltusvllle. This. is the place to The walls, however have been boardedup 1 Rmiltutlon ..."fhrlntniiliig D.diy.Mary halls his family from West Palm Beach toI'ompano

B'irat' of this week. They had been ADVOCATE columns. Another advertiserwho buy your Christmas and New Year's and the work will I now be pushed to HIIIIU' ; .''Hanta Clans l M C'onilnic" and very much enjoys the
Mason L. I'muiiM-k cud lUihnrt i l..C' ,...rllCllrfuUla" from occasional to constant association f
B trip to Cape Sable and said they In pleased with his ad. In the Aovo presents. Thousands of different kindsof completion. change(

delighted with that section of OATH: I Is Mr. Wm. A. Waraock: a prominent presents select from Such a beautiful .MsteriesCharley. MeerRa Walker with them-Lake Worth News. .

)1)1 citizen of Jamaica N. Y., who and varied display has never been Anal*.... ....Lnona Cnrriitli0rii Mr W. C. Fielding who has held the '
H writes us as follows: "It seems Impossible seen on the East Coast. Call early and Judge( and Mrs. A. D. Penney and of assistant of the Indian -
Pr.andMrs. E. 1.. and little 1I11ss Laura have returned from their WalkerFairyMother., position manager
Mayo to keep property very long alter you avoid the rush. River hotel Tltusvllle during tire \
,
Edward who have been guests of begin to advertise It In the IJVOCATIC. visit to Fort Pierce 1'uiiiRO .*...:::: ::.Marotiit OfiuUI five six ,weeks loft here Wednesday \
C E. McMullon: of Lakeland- or ,
Indian< -Mr. .. .. past
River hotel Titusville for delivered two Angel l flultlo 8aowdenTwoboys.
sold and
We have already -The weather the few days has Cuba .'
past afternoon for havens
BU reeks was a pleasant caller at thin office on RaiphHalleJclfCarruthursChorus | ,
left for their home In Deft in the
which we began,: advertising been and tlio hotelThrower
pieces delightful overcoats have been
III. Monday.\ Mr. McMullen: who was ao- nf chlhl.nHilliS to take a similar position at
on Sunday where they were pink paper on November 1st I am expecting companied by his wife and child was on brown aside for a time. ,. "CliriHtniiu "n the sea,". Chorus of Girls Ills place at the Indian River ;
oly
B called owing to a death in theH' other tobe
titles of two pieces
: the Miami where he will have The Cbrlstman. tree exercise In hotel Is filled by Mr Ueo. U. Irwin a
They expect to return after the closed within a few days, and have Inquiries his way to -Miss M. Banskatt, of Hampton, Va., connection
B T". Dr. Mayo Is a crack shot and of the others. charge of the job department of the Daily hall arrived In town to spend the holidays with St. Gabriels Episcopal former manager of several Michigan
Dicks and quail will miss him.Pr. for some Metropolis' of that place. The Metropo- with her sinter Mrs. L. W; Halle.Mr. church Sunday nchoul Tltiisvlllo, took lotels. He wait also manager and proprietor
lie Is fortunate In getting( the services of place In the church on Wednesday eve I of the Fort Wayne butel. Fort
Goo. }; Robertson representing Shoes t Shoes such a competent and reliable job printer E. M. Goodall of Sanford, Me., ning. A short service was conducted by I Wayne, Indiana; the Clyde house Clyde

|I.yon Bros. Co., the well known whose large auxiliary launch Is on Nrl- Archdeacon Brown The tree was very V. Y.J; and the Michigan Inn Nlles, ,

fiwlon merchants of 330 WashlngP'fwt. A large stock of new and fashionable Captain K. S. Grlswold and son, Mr.W on's ways, Tltusvllle, Is expected here nicely decorated and a large number of !illoh. Having sold his Michigan hotel,
Grlswold of Lyme Conn. .
has made by II. are this week.Mr. distributed Mr. Irwin decided to come to Tltusvllle '
New York, been spending shoes; all up to-date styles the Indian River hotel Tltusvllle presents were therefrom, for
fw of days or so at the Indian Douglass: Hanan and Hamilton Brown gain after at a pleasant cruise of about, IOU- and Mrs. F. T.Budge and family I young and old. The Mrs. F. A. and accept a position with Manager Hast

ffutel. Titusville this week, solicitB Biggest bargains ever offered on the miles, in Captain Jol.n Hlmonson's yacht. \ of Miami, made the trip up In their Morgan( and Miss Daisy Brady was beautiful fur the winter "

B for bin house. The Lyon East Coast. Call and examine them at They sailed the whole length of Banana, launch, to spend the holidays with Capt. rendered; while the several Christmas The Royal Folnolana, Palm Beach

B" ,Company Is an old and reliable JULIUS KLINE, liver, and returned to Tltusvllle by way and Mrs. Jas. Prltchnrd. caroUby the Sunday school children tinder the able management of Mr. FrelHterry. (
R aol did considerable Tltusvllle Fla. were much appreciated! by those present.
business ont of Indian River. They killed all the Is now open and In full swing.
SANTA CLAUS has arrived at J. R.
| River before the freezes 'and Owing to the exercise and Christmasree all
to big ducks they needed on the cruise. Capt. Walker A Co's. store Tltunvllle and and guests are dally 'arriving from
H"
again come In touch with the For I en t. being changed from Thursday to The Polnol-
Grlswold-who Is a retired ship Clom.1mandercall..1 he will distribute to parts of the United State
Ihl some thing sweet
well time
the of
ppers. Of firm Is Vednesday-as ax early
I forgotten course any to see the Walton Self- I all children who will call at the store. ma office staff, this season, Is composedof
the
when they fail to adyer.othe for housekeep- locking Tackle Block and said It wasa commencement- attendance was not the following: Mr. Fred C. King who
| ection where want busl- Three furnished rooms Mrs. C. O. Dedrlck and SaultSt. as large all usual.
but they very excellent Invention. As soon as son, of Is one of the most popular hotel clerks
| \lf, Robertson is a hustler for nc. Also single rooms. L. WILSON, he returns to Lyme. be will order one or Marie )Michigan friends of Major at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. again: holds
JAMES
|Ton Brothers Company. Apply to, Kockledge Fla. two pairs from Boston.Gardners and Mrs. K. M. -Taylor have arrived In Fer Sale CheClI the responsible position 01 elilef clerk

town and now occupy the Mnssenden with Mr. F. C. Bruen assistant room

"tog:, Gents. Furnishings Flyers.We cottage, adjoining! Major Taylor's, for (W) acres near At. I-ucle River. The clerk; Mr. I.. W. Maison "First Lord of

H Dry For Kent, Cocoa, Fla. the winter. SV/i of WWt and Nfr of HWJ. of N W*, the Treasury; Mr. T. M. I/enehsn private

Goo flats, Etc. Hec. -27, Tp. 37 8, R 41 K. Known. the book-keeper; F. C. McDonald )b.8terr1' .

house Including bathroom wish you Wood Fnlford land. Jonx HKNHY, private secretary; Messrs. G. D.
Watite
h3Ye I n K'and stock of the very Sixteen room Indian River; oranges:\ 4wk Tltusvllle, Fla. Beck and A. J. Braddlsh. bill clerks;
H
fronting T3fAIi.
clerk,
styles In clothing gents furnishB bananas mulberries A MERRY CURl Mr. John Sheehan mall ; Messrs.W. .
'aI 8,, hate lemons, peaches, wood the load. L. and It.Watchamfront
Dry pine
dry goods etc. at sitting room, by oar Thlgpen '
toys, bedrooms,
WIA) IIOIt the pocket book of every cluded library,; dining four room and kitchen completely Special day. Furniture.prices on Christmas Dry Goods.Goods Shoes., Fri Hotel Indian River, Kockledge, Fla. Sharplo-Vanted. clerk.clerks; and Mr. W. (}. Hav ll, night

can suit you |D and In business center,
Irw ,
Mr ever'ftucs tarnished.
A small cabin not over; 3.1 feet .,
need. Titusville Fla. sharpie
Address, C. A. GARDNER ,
for five months or year. Land for Hale., long and very light draft. Must be good '
KLINE O. K. Woos
:, ailer and for cah For Hale at Georgians Florida.
cheap
i Tltusvllle Fla. Cocoa Fla. -
New Machine Shop.
tf
Address, W. F. J, McCORMICK -
Choice 5 and 10 lots
acre on the PenInsular -
.
Kd Coooanut Grove Fla. 15 acres Improved land centrally looaed
,
Wagoll! for Sale. Orange Jloe We lire now ready to do Engine awl between Wavetand and ttawalls frontage of 11 rods on Indian River.
and all Point, fronting on both Indian and St.
Lath Works, Boiler: Repairs Contains fine young orange grove la

I C 03'e on hand. large stock of We. have the boxes We have the kinds of machinery work. Equipment neat Lucie three-room rlrers. Also unfurnished Improved] places and In Your Gasoline Engine In 1IfIarlo<<. Address, T. II CHAMBER,
tire
and first-class. Competent machln- cottage to
sac
S inch tire one-horse wag- and our customer say, the quaily new Working Order 1m Oeorglana, Fla
't) 11 o, delivered price, for priceson Isle employed. Price moderate.The ent. Apply to C. II. RACCT, .
at once. Write us
K. I* unsurpassed. Geo. U. Fernald Hardware Co., ]may Waveland, FU -
E.
MillS, JR., boxes wraps and nails.
Tltusvllle Fla. EAST COAST, LUMBER SUPPLY Co. 4t Sanford,Fla. If not. drop me a Una. Having been Notice.

Eau Gallie, Fla. Jolllfeoat For" Sale connected with palmer Bros. Cos Cob -
Cl'H For Sale<< Orange and Pineapple Cheap.For (.*onn., manufacturers of lb.celebrate.1Palmer The firm of J. S. Padgett Co. of
'
'
tni.is Greeting.: Gasoline Engine, the best veller. Jemon has this day been dissolved: bymutoaf

Fine Launch For Sale Cheap. Land. Sale Cheap a comfortable house- on the market today for If,years, Iam .. consent. All accounts due to f
o' ;; boat. Dimensions > length,53ft.; beam, ; aid well all claims
.ao prepared to do all kinds Repair firm an a* against
h. opened Drag Co., Cocoa, Buffalo 30x6x2, standing top fiOOO acres choice land suitable for : 13 ft.4 In.;draught, 18 Inches headroom Work on Gasoline Engines. Write for hem, should be adjusted and settled
nice line of Launch
+ '..aaust'"' up a Buffalo Motor speed 8* miles, "growing, pineapples and orange on the In cable, 9 f1. Anchors, sail!*, bedding Catalogue of the on the with Mr. Robt. E. Island as attorney, at
'beat G.II, I1neof etc. We also 7 h. p. taken a* once.. Indian and St. Lucle Rivera; will sell asa and cooking ntenslU, eto. market and get full particulars from the old stand.

t as trtl!)le. of aU stationery kinds drugs pert $573.001f lh. p. Buffalo Motor good as new, whole, or divide a bargain.C. This cosy hon BeCKMAN .. and will be sold
cheap. JACOB S. l'AnoLrr.Dated .
Go. R. WALLACE, Ulvervlew Hotel, :
,r M--a 'all and see us or send lad $37; West I'almDeacb. 20febl Jacksonville, Fla. Address, J. M. Lathe, TltasvlUe, Fla. ilerrltt, FU. Nor. 23, 1003. 4t



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE,
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2 CARE OF CLOTHES. REWARD I Georgia, SOUtheraR


SUFFRAGE How to Keep; Your Wearlnir ApparelIn $BOO 'rOR ObN
': OF THE
THE CORRUPTION Good Condition &

For taking spots out of cloth it it WHO CANNOT OE OSfSUEO. Florida Raih 2

By r.Prealdent: GROVER CLrVrIAIIIOI1s : : ? 7 beat to have ut hand the nccttwnryliiuterluln. So uniformly successful has Dr. PI ree'a
us It In. much easier to reoIJIOVU Favorite Prescription proven in all forms "Su'caneeRIv: ., RnuR..
indecent demandsof when they tire new than of Female Weaknesa.1'rolapsul.or Falling;'
not our public life saturated with tho spots of Womb and Leucorrhea, that, after over Operates the "Dixie
Ben Flyer
doubt the when they become old and Cry. third of a century's experience in curing .
selfishness Horo than this, can any of us Kliu, giiMollne and uupUUm are all : the a worst cases of these distressing and Schedule in Effect im., *. lOI.,,

( ] existenco of still more odious and detestable evils which, I Rood. A little piece of plain white : debilitating ailments, Dr. Pierce now feels
warranted in offering to $500 in Obi"'II'f.I .
la fully pay I./U'ci:
cloth
than 4aJ" flannel or some very fast dye tvPalatka..... c, / '
with steady, cankering growth, the more directly I thU with or in the absence cash for any cage. of these diaeoaea which Jacksonville........ ; )4)pj: ) ? ""I i
best to apply be cannot cur* Valtlosta.. ... ..., ''!' ; ,
all others THREATENING OUR SAFETY AND of this you uiliht; uw! M eM IT STANDS ALONB.-The "Favorite Pre- ArTlrton........ ..... '" 111 I \in s'uArcoruole. Ii I
p l.C"'.> ,.. the and .......... 12'
., scription1') stands alone as one .. 7uSm I
NATIONAL LIFE I speak of the corruption of our suffrage, './.. ... "' .,,. 111I01l1e. be best sub only remedy for these distressingly common Ar_ Macon.... ... .. .. 4unm' "'> i I:
11ArAtlanta.
of gloves may C.ofHa
The cure forma of weakness", possessed of such
:
open and notorious, of tho buying and selling of political places for '- served by the observance of a few simple positively specific curative properties as to N.C.He.St. L. can ;IArChsttanooga

favors' and privileges, and the vtflw. I rules, inys Haberdasher. Keep warrant iu makers in proposing andbladina ....... I ,
money, the purchase of political tissue Don't pull them themselves to forfeit aa we, the Ar .... ... 'npm' ', I''
them In paper. tat: I.iCR These undersigned proprietors of that wonderful ; tl
I
TRAFFIC IN OFFICIAL DUTY for personal gain. ; out of Rhupe. It in no test of quality remedy hereby do, to pay the sum of $500 A r St. Louis............ G hl11 ,
and spoils their beauty. in legal, money of the United States in any Cblcalto ... ... II 2Onll1 1"
things are confessedly common. dl. i used ia! the priceof case of the above diseases In which after a L &N.R.n.
Glove powder freely Louisville... ....... ,, _
Every intelligent man knows that they have grown from small Miss Alice Bailey, of a pair! of glove In many cases. A I we fair fail and to reasonable cure. No trial other of our medicine treatment for Cincinnati. & E. 1.n.....R. ... ... .;. Ma'S t BO /i I

beginnings until they have reached frightful proportions of,malevolence Giu escaped the sur perspiring hand forced Into a dry glove the cure of woman's peculiar ailments is Ar ChlaaRo. .'. ", |ID.m
Atlanta, often one or two sizes too small-will backed by such a remarkable guarantee; Solid trains from Jack.cm,lllu
and yet respectable citizens by the thousands and hundreds of geon's knife, by using Lydia 1 E. faultily Como out the least injured. no other of medicine the unparalleled for woritan's curative Ilia ia properties possessed trains Trains Kolim from north Palatka I rom connect at mvin Vnlii,tall. ."

thousands have looked on with perfect calmness and with HYPO' Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. and the blame will be as unfair as thatwonld warrant ita manufacturers Looarsiet-pers on 'eFlyer train for*
ia making such an offer ; no other remedy remaining in depot until 7 3u n.I in.
CANT have declared they fro not politicians or with DLUI MB PWKHAif: I-I wish toexpress the treatment. record of which base villa Buffet i ..
CRITICAL for the restored If you send your clothes out to be has such a curea on to St. Louis vl.aboverouteVKiu

eilly pretensions of faith in our strength and luck have languidly health and my happiness gratitude Lydia E. Pink don! up be sure that you select! a hand such Therefore a remarkable instil offer.on havlnu Dr. Flerce's of est oars sleepers on Dixie on same Flyer train train to,al.(:,;l'ulhuaD,
ham's Vegetable Compound has laundry. Machine work and acids make Favorite Prescription and turn your back chanpe.; tblcagl' a
to emergency.
claimed that the country was prosperous, equal any brought Into my life. short work of One clothes. Shirts col- on any unscrupulous dealer who would For schedules and other nifiirmaii.u,
Buffered for three with with- insult your intelligence by attempting to J. H. IUn rtRy,
"I had years: lars and cuffs should be done up Dl CtrlotPs.a.Agt.2s1
inferior substitute, ( W
at the time of menatruartlon foist upon you some Or aq6C
terrible pains out gloss. Insist on the domestic fin- under the plea that "it is just aa good." .Iack.IIlIIllJe, ,
PROSPERITYBy what the trouble n.RHODES,
ORGANIZED LABOR AND ,and did not know it Inflammation ish. Have your poke and wing collars Insist on having the article which has a Oen. Pius.AK ., Macon Os.
doctor pronounced
was until the curled. record of a third of a century of cures and
not
of tho ovaries, and Ironed flat which is backed by those willing to forfeit --
IGNATIUS A. SULLIVAN Mayor of Hartford. Conn. proposed an operation. All clothing should be carefully hung: $500 if they cannot cure you.
I felt so weak and sick that I felt up and if/you will study your closet In cases attended by a leacorrheal drain
VERY inch of progress by labor in this" country has been sure that I could not survive the ordeal, and use: the modern appllaturea, which\ a solution of Dr. PI rce's Lotion, Tablets WOfljisHeat1GnWIIITLIrs:
used with the of
should be conjointly use
; that I would not undergo keep a
told him can
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and procured you
of so easily "
i ORGANIZED labor and whatever share week I readan are the Favorite Prescription. They are sold
gained by it. The following great deal of clothing in good condition by all druggists or ant post-paid to any
prosperity tho average man has today is duo to the courage advertisement in the paper of your In a very small space. The cheap address on receipt of 35 cents in stamps. Ko t In Quantity.Cream.
Compound in such an emer- 31 in for Dr. Pierce's
Vegetable good Send cents stamps
coat racks are :
wire :
and independence of those who believed in tho rights of labor. genoy,and BO decided to try it. Great twisted the waistcoat Common Sense Medical Adviser. Address
to find that I actually improved enough. On these put WORLD'S DISPENSARY, Buffalo N. Y.
If it were not for STRIKES the world would hear but little was my after joy taking two bottles, BO I and then over the waistcoat put the Weak and sick women are invited to Vermifugi

kept taking for ten weeks,and at the coat. There are also patent grousers consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. Allcorrespondence
that is bad of organized labor. ia held as strictly private.Address .
I had -
cured. the trousers pressed
end of that time I was hangers which keep FOIl CO 1-E\R,!
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.
Every loader in organized labor today is opposed to strikes, gained,, eighteen pounds and was In in shape, but It is much easier to 1 :Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness. Has Led all WORM
in strike excellent health, and am now. properly and lay Remedi
lies trousers
that the only solution of a difficulty a fold your;
Tint believing success,
deserve great EVERY BOTTLE
,
You surely them in the bottom of ;your closet or in CURE' FOR HICCOUGHS. n GUARANTEED.
reluctantly consents, AS A LAST RESORT. and you have my very beat* wishes.1 long drawer.A I .._SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST'
North Boulevard a
NEVER BEEN CAUSED BY TRADE Miss ALICE B-A.II.KT, SO piece of paper should be put between ....pl. Bolcntlflo Uernedr That G.*.. l .fIrAfI"ti fir
HAVE original
NATIONAL DISASTERS ,Atlanta On-sgOOO forfmlt If JAMES: F. BALLARD. 1'11'' LOt
and It : :
AND POLITICAL REASONS. ./6oMi Utterovlna/ gtnutntntt* oafinot fr pr each pair of- trousers, Immediate Relief. wwv
UNIONS, BUT BY FINANCIAL if they have to be Its victim -
.tIC.d.An would be wise will not hurt them An attack of hiccoughs brings
Organized labor's greatest battle is in its own ranks, to repel sick would women take Lydia E.Pink- folded once. In, light weight suitings, less sympathy perhaps than almost
it
they flannels, it Is KIDNEY DISEASI
ham's Vegetable Compound and such as hoiuenpuns. and any other ailment the main reason being -
RADICALISM.
be well. much better to lay the trousers out that except In very rare cases. It
flat in a drawer than to bang them la not attended with fatal results and -
DI"111 e.tonkaed. up. All clothing should be carefully that In-uiomt cases It attacks otherwise! are the most fatel 1 of all c

Some ofllct-rs of u Ltrltlub ship were brushed and kept as free from dust as healthy persons. Still. It Is one of the eases.fOLEY'S.
: Ragtime Music Will Never DieBy dining with n luundnrln at Canton. possible. most annoying und most obstinate of

One of the truest wished for a second! llumun Nntare. difficulties. While the effort to cure It Km EY cu9Ei6Ui

helping( of a savory stew, which lie "Mike." said Plodding Pete "what la.being/ uiiide It generally, di+appeure.
JOHN PHILIP SOUSA ramous Band MasterRrOTIME of duck. and. ,(ZSi3i! ft:1C
thought was name kind would you do )if you was 'wake upan' yet It resists the ,most vigorous! effort

IS AN ESTABLISHED FEATURE OF AMERICAN ut knowing the word In Chinese held and yourself n railway president of the will\ to (control its usuries.;
ANY MORE THAN "FAUST" his plate to hllll host. saying with saill- "I dunno" answered Meandering A htceoiiKli Is' n quick. Involuntary or money refunded. Conta
DIE
;:. IT WILL NEVER Ins approval: Mike.: "Hu'man nature In human na- lagplmtoiy' movement of the din remedies recognized by c
THE GREAT OPERAS WILL DIE. IT IS JUST AS 'QuncU. quack quack!" ture. I s'pose I'd git mercenary au" pbrn m. brought biiddnily! to a stop
best
POPULAR EVERYWHERE AS IT EVER WAS, AND I SEE Ills countenance fell when his host begin to worry about all de rides I've by an Involuntary closing of the glot nent physicians as the

NO REASON WHY IT SHOULD NOT REMAIN IN FAVOR AS LON point.rig/ to the dish responded: !been beat In' de company out of."- tis. The muscles that control these Kidney and Bladder troub!

AS MUSIC he PLAYED. "Bow. bow. bowl"-New York New! Washington, Star. two portions of tile human anatomy PRIGS SOc.and JI.W.B. .

-------'-'----- ---- --, are Incessant! workers. They wait on K. WILSON .V; SONBO .
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every breath without being guided by

the will and even work while we sleep. YEARS,

While they do their duty life pusses ,g EXPERIENCE
ACME OF PERFECTION tranquil calm and pacific, but If from e

any cause a disturbing/ element enter
. Into their bulllwlck' they rebel are \be- 1

.. yond the control of the ",11anll.\ havIng

no guide; ns It were, run away and 4' ,
FousstairsPen Cosistructioi-s. like any runaway hare no cure for the 1
2n: : :: :: TRADE MARK
damage tlon<*. The effort to remove DEeloseCOPYRIGHTS
th. disturber In the cause of the hlo A
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nnd 1 the following method of Anyone flendtnff sketch and d ?rri .'lnnnq
cough
til.ok)y aumirtntii bar optmmi, freer then,,
CITY SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN treulmrnt arrowt' th"w muscles In their ,Invention !I. probably piiiontHhlo,. HANDBOOK' CotdmuitloiiBntrlotlroonOdontiitl. on!Hit-"'

QUAKER wild csc.ipmU'' \ tiring!' them buck to sent free uhloHt auetiof turoufih fur Muna Heturtug*COir pre m ofe3.

their duties' red like! the pntlent sereants ''lPClalowtlu PntentM taken, without chante.luttitt
thf.v ar(>. they resume their work
3XTO :DDJLirt, J.ots or Sp1.1J.cd 7x13.: and life IMMOIIIOS aa pluck us' before: Scientific! Rmerica
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1'.lr't. expel nil the lr from your A Uin Ih of pnlentldo nSlflnurt
any
inks the IIID101"1.' quickly. The portionof four months,eL Bow bfiUlp l
ink never / very
that spills :
fountain
Fountain Pen Perfection Only never
pen the body they attend to Is. us It I11CINN & CnSS18ro1d.tr NeWr

inkwell were collapsed and now l.'OmtnE'ncelOtllC' ;.tanFoley's Otflae. try 11'at.wohmgtuaa
y The Quaker City Self-Filling Fountain fingers, needs no filler, can be filled from any fiiywhere ui'\t:; und coin-hiding part of the -- Cal

Pen fills Itself and thereby fills cure. Kidney

., i a long-f- Olt want. Greatest gift of the year, for business men, students,,, Second comniem-e to fill your lungs; makes kidneys anJ bladder rlQ

with air. but do "o very slowly but

Frtt lYi-M. school chi1dell-all who' use a pen steadily 1'1\<'ker your mouth and Itpollslblt' ,
leave opening of 'lip..
an
your
Any reliable time saver Is eagerly; welcomed
by the modem business man. no larger thnn n pin. rind through thIs i

Probably the most forceful Illustration A Great Gift Inhale the air. Fill\ your lungs raise p
j of this condition of things In recent your nnnn and throw out your chest rxt m)
years was the enthusiasm with which nnd when you are full these muscles"* : ir--
the fountain pen was greeted. It seemed COSTS $1.OO resume tlu-lr regular duties! and the .
to mean the saving of so much time and hiccoughs are gone.Brooklyn Engle. = :.

sale annoyance was simply for so phenomenal.many people that Its Looks as well and works far better than any high priced pen on MV

Hut the fountain pen was not by any the market. Doesn't get out of order, doesn't write by fits and Callard'8 Horehound Syrup. a o 1: '
means perfect and its liners noon discovered Immediately: relieves hoarse, croupy
that the bother wt only concentrated starts. Built simply and well, lasts long and writes perfectly all the cough; oppressed, 'rattling, rasping; and ea 1 <
instead of being/ dispensed difficult breathing. Henry C. Meains, 5' O
with. The llnoHt fountain pen would time. druggist; Sluillsburfr WIs., wrltes.sMay OCD .,
write Indifferently well OH long ns there 20, 1UU1: "I have been selling Ballard's V ISftJ1
was Ink In it but, when that gave out It Cost $3700 to Perfect. Protected by Patents Horehound Syrup for two years,aDd have e
our busy man hud to stop, unscrew. an never had a preparation that has given 0i
Inky cap, hunt around for a Illler and better satisfaction. I notice that when ti
the particular Ink recommended by the $1.00 BRINGS IT TO YOUR DOOR I sell a bottle, they come back for more. > i i a
manufacturers of that particular pent oOo'
recommend t. 250
I can honestly | ,
and so on through a long process of and *1 at B. R. Wilson & Hoa't.: :a ffia Joe

annoyance.The manufacturers. of the Quaker CitySelfFilling Money refunded and no questions asked if you are not ENTIRELY V.Tjr" flltbPtlo. c.J C'e tO pw

Fountain Ten have overcome i SATISFIED. As far ahead of the old fashioned fountainpen "What can be inure pathetic" saW
1 all this bother and produced a the sentimental woman "than a man g' e.
practical writing tool which I I.* as easy to as the modern one is ahead of the quill. No Syringe used. who has loved un.1Io..U". 1

, use as if ono were simply writing with "''"1.11." replied the man of experience. si r. 'oG
the Illler needed for the old pen. There :
d nothing/{ to unscrew, nothing to squirt, SEVENTY DOLLARS A GROSS TO WHOLESALERS. "8 fellow\ who has bet on a 5) E
nothing to lose or get out of order. IU sure thing: und lost cute quite a figureIn t> C)1i A ,N,,(9u
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construction Is simple and substantial the' pathetic Hue."-Chicago Record-<< .
and the operation of filling It so simple Herald. 1>0 -

that before.It you. wonder nobody thought of It Quaker City Fountain .Pen -Co lachrymal Amelioration. G e ::s

'' t !
is merely necessary to dip the pen "Poor thing! Did she take her bus- > ;
pressing It slightly: lift up as usual ands bands death much to hearty'"Why. E-t < S
go on writing. Its capacity is no less sJ1
"he's prostrated with grlefl
than the bothersome kind. 812 Drexel Building, Philadelphia Pa =
feel that we are not She can't nee n soul except the dress! C ..-at
the Quaker City 'Self-Fllllog Fountain maker."-Town Topics. .,

Ten when we saw that It represents the USED IN LEADING BUSINESS HOUSES ALL OVER THE COUNTRY.
il acme of fountain pen achievement Ilia Nominatloa.PollticinnCohgratulatlon.. :
iE
.. -.- -- f-- .. Sarah.
I've been nominated. .

812 rexel Building, Philadelphia, Pa, Sarah (with delight)-Honestly? i $
Politician-What difference does) that felt N
Enclosed find ono dollar for which send me by return mail oils Quaker City make?-Detroit Free Press. .


Self-Filling Fountain Pen. Better Than a Plaster.A Jlji

.,JVame............ .. .. '. ...."............... piece of flannel dampened with I
t
*.. Chamberlain's Pain B lm and bonnd on 8 Sy'ffi

.. /ldcdressw".........."-...............:,:....................""...L................._ the affected parts Is better than a planter I ; ,
:, for a lame back and for pains In the f.Ii
,,, r"J side or cheat. Pain Balm has no superior i iJ

City or town ..... ........ ........ ......... ....... .......... ... ..I' .. a* liniment for the relief of deep
seated muscular and rheumatic paina.
For sale by all drogglits and medicine .
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I ALONG PICCADILLY. Thousands Have Kluuey Trouble

OfeSSiOaal' Cards PI.ANTEIIS SECVJtlTV BAN] Notice of Intci tIontO;; ) Apply F or I 'Dti II* NroJXI, tl.Vnn .. .... and Don't Know it. "

1 Letters Patent. (Jula.-A< fur iiu. I xvrtnld niM Tfc..r. 450 TIde of Hnelitl! Loads .. -.- -

I marry n tlt'ul my; woimm. Plow to the trnllest. II0WTGE'lndOut.

ROBBISTS, Application for Dank Charter KHz WliYliv: ipit? Tln'M t"ulitl I' Piccadilly "wopiimoUl ami \blatant by. FIJI! :a bottle or common gltsswith: your

13 HKREI1Y; on'SS'TIIAT Tilit. > of hro'un; In et'cy fninlly watar and let It.stand twenty-four hours; n
H HERKHY GIVBN: T- AT Tit1\! \: NOTICE' intend to apply to hi* Kxclencv >p oni m t contrast la ono vluirt- down It. Yl.t settling .
/
GATTORSEY AND COthSELORAT.L&W. NOTICK.... ....' will, apply to the iovernor of W. 8. Jennings, Irovernor of I be New Orl, <>Mn< Tlni'I .... )ttuhs.rh tI t. hero bo the Bunshlnv evpr 80 stdiment or
the state or FluMUu:fur Uolwni P..tel1t State of Florida upon the *ith day of Jannai I even l Indicates an

upon the following l.ropo..1 charter for a co.] .. A. !>., IMvt nra.* soon thereafter a* praotlc 01 bright the visitor In crowned In the ': FJ. E-: i unhealthy condition
poratlon to tie fun oil imrmiant to the IlevlwStHtutu for letters Patent ii|>*.n the proposed cnnrtorthe"Kair How to Prevent Croup. haze that toiu-n uttPiumtes. uol. 'oj'; of the kidneys
State and United States of the 81ate of riorliU' unit l Aotll View Land Companj," hereto attache", poorly 'I. r!
ci practice In .anionilulory thereof for carrying: it (teneibanking It will be good(mows to the mothers of flea most. If not all of London tbn t .1 ,. ; If It stains
Court. I hunlne Ur ..ril Count '. I CHARTER. linen It Isd'
at Jensen v ) be tantalized toil defeat' your
: .a. small children to learn that croup cnn haze that han : e ,
Stine oif..Fkrlda.IMtel These article.neaseth..that the nndnrslfcnliava evldsnoe of kidney -
Office at TITOSVILLE, Fr.&.. this mth ilay of November A. D. 1903 associated. themselTe, together to forn a pr ...", nted. The first sign of oroup hi how many artIsts Even over l Piccitd

OKO.: A. S\iOBR, corporation under tha Laws of the State of Jl'lor. hoarseness. A day or two before the 17, even over thIs the most mundaneall ot trouble : too
to
W. H. HAKKU.11ARUV Ida, Thll frequent desire
attack the child becomes hoarse Its 8nvlnq \
It throws
JENN1NM.CHAItI.ES ; ; I. London utrocta. It In
GAULDEU ARTICLE or pain
PASS
)
n L. M. SCFIU fLEa, The naive of tItle corporation shall lie tb.] Is soon followed by a peculiar r Rom.ncough. /: glamour InUooil the whole flphmtU.lRvenliC -u. ---- the back la also

I). t,. A RDHINSOV.8OKKVSEV. COMPANY." and It* I.rau. / Give Chamberlnln'a Cough oot
'FAIR VIEW LANA for studIo bladder
might serve a convincing! proof that the kidneys and -
ATTORNKZ-AT-LAW, JOHN oipal plane. of liimlnes will be at Couoa, Itrevard edy freely as soon as the child bocorr ,
S ROUhUT E.: DRAND County Florida. after the rough couappears for Its vn lues alone but for the complexity arc out of order.
even
hoarse or
the Courts of the [lute ,, that throng It. It What to Do.
VUlpr&ctIcolnafl ARTICLE 3. anti it lItStispel all symptom of the typos

flotilla,ana tba United States Court\ ARTICLES OF AtSOcIATxo.For This purpose of this Corporation la to buy.I1.. of croup. In this way all clanger Rnd Is the julntcsmuico\ of r.nion. the dls- There Is comfort In thc knowledge so
TITUaVILLE FLj. lease, exchange and tlevelilantls often expressed that Dr. KI'! It-r's- Swamp- '
Si. nwn, mortgage be avoided. ThIs remedy< all London humanity to be<
t.uBox. the purpose of- orunnl/lnR nn Ainoclatli ,and to farm upon lands ciii to but sti upi anxiety may : Ullatioit of Root, l great kidney remeUy fulfills every
for oarrylnit on attennral banking luinlnem nnil., soul Improve the same In Ilk,, 8tat of Florida. or' lIs used by many thousands of mothclrll studied nowhere so narrowly as from i
""."jTvVEBB, mill by virtue of the provUlnnH of the Revise., In nny state of the lrnltod StUns, and to bny, and has never been knowd to full. It i I lB. Da Manners In the wish In curing rheumatism pain In the
Perfect
Btututon of the State .ot 'liirId| ., and Acta .loll anti produce Oranges/ Lnmoitt, and 1'III..a\1- remedy that cnn Always a bun top. back kidneys. liver bladder and every part
fact the only
nmemlntory. tliureol. ,|.IA" ..lId..n kind of trnit and vftt(8talllo.ln of the the In and tlm tin pleiuia original nppnmch, pass by anti nro Il'ft of the urinary passa e. It corrects Inability

ATTORXETATLAWWill The nnilnralKiieil who hove mibnorlHert for the 4tat of Floriita and in any other. state biniBKHof .. be depended upon behind or stand la groups looking from to hold water and scalding: pain In pawing
itook of tim Annotation on hereafter noel do United States; and engage III the (reneral and safe to take. For sale by all dmgists
practice In the Courts of the '7th Inter Into the following articles of A..no. 'latioi I buying and selluiK all kinds. of frill ... and medicine denier the club windows. Phil Mays lu the It, or bad effects following! tue of liquor,

"iroultf Tuxes paid for non-reside FIRST. The name anil ttt.lenf the Ao.oclltlollallllI sail. vegetable ooniinlKsion' In or or etttaitte oelierwtHa.of the Stataof Till conniticin Fitiila. )'" I life swarm beneath one, anti characters wlnj or beer and overcomes that unpleasant

and accounts collected. hIt he-PLANrii.K KKCUIIITY HANK." on do all tulno necessary anti proper for from Thnckcrny and Dickens Jost necessity of being! compelled to go often
fld fonts anlltM lioiwe or ollloe, whore lu '' may 1011.1 HulMim the Limit.
banking noer of oomluctluiE patti busme ] during the day and to get up many times
UBVILLE. FLOBII lions of ilianointiiiK: anil tloponliinir. "nil ifminral he:>rVfloK purpose icranted: to sunn corporation. und r "Don't you think that the UlenlsstateHinnnshlp coiiiluoteU shall be at J..lleen. .
buitlne is thor.aw. of the State of Florists will h are ne'" theu'' clubs alone which never look so thoonglily -
llnivard County Florida. of its InooMiration. : ai'i lilghcr now effect of Swamp-Root Is soon
and for the purposes
D. PENNEY, 8ECUND.: The Koner.il: nature of the Iniolnei weary prosier they used to be?" clubbnblo o* when hastll realized. It stands the highest for Its wonderful -

\ lobo trnsacteit slmll be that of General llan ARTICLE a. "Sure they nriV'/ nnswcroil", 8e'nntorSorjtllUlI1. I glanced at from a passing bus, will cures of lhe most distressing cases.If .

ATTORNEY-A T-LA W. Ing.THIRD.. The Stork of the. AftaoclnUiiihull The amount o[ the :Capital\:: Stork I Is hereby ailioriiod i "I've known tile time wht store one's memory with a hundred: you need a medicine you should have the '
rapital ., Thonsar.Millars
to be ( ,U ) Seventeen all Sold In 50c. ndl. sizes.
All) ISnglnnd. Seat. by druggists
ThoiiKaiul Dnllurn 'I .IMMI)011)), (t.. Now recognizable typos.
be Fifteen ( to bo divided Into ((170) niia hundred rleventy .<1 $:oI) was'" considered bill money.
ITC8VILL8!:, FLOUIt 1 M ... cnn't get n man
. b
The naiua to wonderful discovery
111\ practice In all the courts of the 7th : AdKoclation, shall Iwanthorlxuil to oomineniunl to-wlti Ail I those| Insets if land IjiimlIrevard I anything. to look nt loss tbnn $10.000Washington ." its wny to Piccadilly. One cnnnot pnM .
e.... Hut the Capital Sioik, may ba In. \ Florida, and. ilninrtbeil a* frown down It without a sight or some gIll and a book that tells I :::
Judicial Circuit. l.. ,damn l : County Star. both I. Ii : !,I"
roiiHHil from time to time an tuny > < Lot 1, Mention IM, Towusliip 114 Ronth: nora about It, sent .
alIen figure. majestically ..
Xieiliotu| to any mini not oxu 10.I1UIt Fifty Flange 30 East commencing, at the west side C'I terlng, tllrbR Ul'd. absolutely free by mall."t'.

FROST: The'rh..uM'.IUollar.iIO..MI.OtI imlBliteilnma( ( of .thin )AMiwiatloii.on provided..by nil lai at. Indian River the northeast CO'lIer..f sixteen <*chain*ld L. A. west III) '
theiioe (
110 time exceed the amount of capital ittoolaltl 4i[: link 28 to, the aentlou Hue, tlienre south :I... "1 don't see anything rrmnrknblc I In Regent street may claim a grniide! ;o., Blnghamton. N. Y. When writing mention -
J> > In and remaining. undlmlnlHhnil by lot .. chain a",11IO I virtue of Its shops I a offer In this .'
ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW, or othprwlHO,except.... provided In Section 21M .inks''halns. to and said II links River., theiiua tbollce north cast 23 alontt the Illvthore thnt mule." snl l tlu> proHpoctlve pnchnsor sweep sit by but It Is alonlt reading this generous paper.fragingPains

of the Revised l Statute to'tho place\ of that he's stone blind." moro devoted femininity,
In all the Courts of the 7th as. the same may meander "' "except
\ill\ practice FOURTH. Tie term for which till Aimocli loKlnnlnic, containing Si acre more or IPS*. "\' IIuh." replied the lunlu'a! propr Piccadilly Unit the tide of social London -
:: pM.
Judicial Circuit. U Ion Bhall exlnt nhall he fifty years from, th" Also: a xtrlnof land. two hurulred and threi flows brim full.-Sydney Brook

TITUSVILLB, FLORIDA, : .,, unless Bminer, dianolvn l by the act of 11Imroholdorti Ions :M and 21. 'township 24 Hout.li Uinirn 36 I ortor see him tee! for you wld bls in Harper's Magazine.DO .
In nmnnor provided by law Cast and extending west from Indian 1It t
FIFTH. The liivslneHHof Atsoolatlungha r..ho went 11 line of Lot No. 0, an drst-rtbed boss heels!' 1"-A t la n ta Conntltn tlon.Pront .

REDERICK: A. MORGAN.Abstraotl I in oondnctei) by a Hoar-l of not less than live 1" on p.ices 110-U1 ufllne Uioonl of the Clerk of llrvvard of. tho(('o"nty.'Im..ltCOllrt. YOU WANT 600 nUSTT.TVO REAl.
She
H Xreutom.. The Koardof UlrevUiraamajnrltvvhtiiu of Flolda.ln or
shall lie a quorum to dn ImHlneta, .Him] ; ,iontainli II ansi it ion acres. more or loa With lha Itruah.Po pBtate agents endiiivvorinff todlnpoHe

of Title. ilect one of their nunibur to be prolilnnt, of tlila And also' the following tract of lall.NKW. t heals of the- you think It 1'1)cnlbl > for n mnll] any propel'ty :you may hnvn for niOo or
of the
Laaoclatlon, who nhall, hold his oltlce unless ho nun. at the sonthnaxt cornvr If Ilend lull particular .
I' no
SEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE be dl.iiiilltled' (or removed) for the term favhluli NI':% fit! "Huctlon 'ix>. Township 21110..th of KanuU who I U clever\ with the!' brush to mnk exchange; ,

Public. lie| wa* eluctoit a director;and. uliull) hllVo ; Kust. .tli"nce K" west 20.rliuln rhaln*,Ui Ihence the *eitloinn noi'tchain .. i living these dnya?" oskod! the dhrpurnKeil of what you have to [". H. Uenj.imlnHanoverton 2S'35 Ko..W St.,

Loans, Notary >away t-ielert a Vii-e I'reaiIst. who shall: : ols:: I" *, thoiica eanfio tntnemilntof begin- O. ILL.I Oct.. 2, 1902.
,
I:10 a member of the Ito.miof: lifrHnuirH, ansi wb ; troni-H south ft chains nrtltt." CHICAnO, ,

illoctions Typewriting Stonograpl hall I lie authorl/ud In the abrtonca or Inahlllt liii,cuntalniiiK 10 acre moraor less.ARITCLH "Yes." responded'' the cruel cyplc: "Ir uceentrloltl In laliM4, I mifforfd with falling and con-

of the rit-Hlount, from any eau,.. to perform hla: ] '. with levcrepinna
4.
Ite the womb
FLA. bootbluclt.-l'hllnlll'lpbla built of
he IH Anno n
TiTU8vii.LK IIIMUK. Thnv sin 11 elector appoint a Cash n The UusHlaii limi>ri'MS gnntiou I guf-
..nU other ollloara and clerkii, an may be require'n ', The term for which this oorporatlnn aliall ex is 01'11. front piihifo of Ico and on occasion through the groins.:
tran.iicr the liitnlnnHii of the AAnoulatlon I.11041 year. ( torn! terribly at the time of tnon
1, FRO T. WAVE II. JONI hey .h..llllx the .111.h.s to ba palil' them, an.' ARTICLE 5. --.- when the fancy wolzod her pllUlllht"tIsev..rnl strnatlon. had blinding headaches

ROST: & JONES intlnnci the opinion thorn of the In otllne majority or dlmnlHS this Hoard them. the IUIln In- The liiislnpH of till Corporation shall be non. Coughing Spell Caused l>eutli-. of her dainty courtiers by com thl. and rushlixtf of blood to the brain.

F tract of tho AnHotilailon may ileinand; and the;)' noted by a President' and Hooretarv and: Trean O pelting them to puss the night In What to try I knew not for it

hull generally: iloand portorin all urta wItless I: ::For anua llonrd of lilrectors.:: Crovtded thi U"Harry Duckwell, aged 23; yearn, chok- great chamber of stuto, where thcjwore s"om..t.hat\ I had tried' all and
; of Directors to do un Treasurer. bo held bytho ;
Koanl and may
leiiallor a thee of President
ho
INSURANOI ) Wineof
I EAL ESTATE AND "lay ertlie laws of the State of Florida, making all same person.Tha ed to death early yesterday morning: Rthis almost frozen to death. fnilnd, but I haul never) tried

:"onns and Collections. v-law" proper: to be made for (ItO icovarniuentha :! Hoard of Director shall at a meeting.stockiitdor U. homo, In the presence of Ills wife tins. The Czar Paul, ancestor of the present Cordul. that Moused remedy for II'
with tin after the annual
i Aitttoulatlon, not Inaonuiatent be held< immediately 1 found, it pleasant
d
tick women.
FLOKIDA. Law or tlnsno, nrllcles.Annual meetiiiK elect from among:their numhePresluant lie contracted a alight cold a fewdays emperor of Ilnnsla. congtriit Broom knew that I had
TITOSVILMC tnentlmrfi of the Hhare holder for thi a Treasurer. and a Hacretarv, and un.tll and but little attention to< formed entirely of hugo nlTfroi's. to take anil noon
paid
election of the Hoard of 1>I roc torn uull lie bell.. the Hoard of Ulrvctor to be uluotad at lbs ago the right medicine. New blood
at the b-tnklng houne of the A*,oulati ..ii, ODtho llrot nieetlnic of the Btookhnlders, the r>ar las It. Yesterday morning he was lei zed whore he spent hour walking to und IIOOme.1. to course through my vein*

A. WOHLEY. n. Il. SKYMOU neconil Monday of Fehrnarv, A. I). IJU4, an.tof mil have qualified 11. L lees shall ha I'resldennl rlth a fit of coughing blob contlnue fro In full unlforiu* ilugular tnsti using, eleven bottle. I ;
tbereaf but It no aleutIan .hall: and D L naiilden sliall lie Hecre and I after
!' Treasurer
t onoil for
year ] wife sent a phys
IWORLEY & SEYMOUR: he liuld on that day It may be held on any othei try, and H. L. Ives. and I). L. Oaulilmi and ..lohii. for some time. Ills For tho ugliest man In Utitmla.. WM ft well woman. ',
dlthlty daya previous norice having biter Nt. bander shall oonstltiita the lint rloarn of Iclan. but before he could arrive another One of the native princes of Java t
teat In \ publlmied In Hrovanoiinty ] Irector. The nrHtiimetlnKof tbo IIt..okbohlonlahal1 spelt came on and Uuckwel
a newspaper tigliinK:
RNEYS-AT-LAW. () and all election, nhall be held accord- be i l-tltl on the 41th! day of February A. *1>.. led from .nITocatlon-St. Louis (Kobe'emocrat xraled his. palace by\ making n stream .... cL4

>a gimoral practice in State and Fed- Ing the to Biich Hoird. re'f"I..tlOlla' .ae, not may liiuouBlnteiu be preHCilbei wilt I
aI! Courts. Special attention givento by tho I.AWII of tlie Htate. ARTICLE 8. ound Syrup would have saved him. 25o. :he Indian deni>ut Tlppo Suhlt placed "4
f II in perfect
of the officer who hall eonduclle \ dinner tnblo a life size: fig Mrs. flush now
admiralty practice. The flaunt amount of Indolitedneii. or llalilly 1100 and *1 at O. K. Wilson & Son's.: reside bin
.. bunliiB,,. of hiM Assoclaliiii until thcs The hlir.het took Wine of
nhe
'SELL BUILDING MIAMI, Ft.TEPIIEX .. .. I-.eI at the Hint election. to be qo..lll1od..re towliloli the cionxinvtion can at any time ire of a tiger ilevourlng nn ICiiglUhilllcer health because

IUI 1 follow, to wit C liar IBB. n Schiiyler, l'relent .. ibjeot itself la "17IKIO.OO.y ) the roar of' the lionut and the Cardul for menstrual diiorderi,
.
j; 'Ueortre A, 81181t0', Vice-ProHiilantt I Jaiuei \ WITNESS WHEREOF, we have herennlcibscrllrad vl'thu.tIc'lnlt Imitated. and blinding
E. FOSTER, O. Way, Canhiert W. II. Harris, Harry .ten. .. our names and net our .snaln,. toicethei ihrlrks!' of the bearing down pains ,

Infrn, 4eorice A Manger John BoreiiHenjCha. with the number of ..ba.f clock taken andollr Holiday >y hidden machinery. headaches when all other remedies .
Schuyler and Robert id. Hraml a* 1> raittor resiliences, this Vth day of Uelxttubor, A. I).
ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW; Thorn* Article* of. AHHoclatlon. may heohaniceilamended failed to bring her relief. Any

0' at any rime by the Blmroliolilorn. 10031 H. L.Ive, 108 shares of stm'k, Cocoa, )lAva," TO CU11H A COLD ITT oHm DAY'nke health by taking
Jas. sufferer secure
Dyal-Upchurch Building, preitcrlbed by law. alllllluetu'j(1t may
In I> the manner Klorlila. (Seal)
I IJACK8I'VILLR may he called for this or any othf-r piirpone ofrovldttd Cou"ty.J. M. Hiiinlers, I share I, of .KbHtk Cocoa, J.vard'IIIIII'Y. ', Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Wine of Orirdul in hilt home. "'p;
:! FLA. the H'.atuten. of the State and the If It fails
r by : KlorliiA. (Seul ) All drnzglRts refund the money
of title Amoclatlon.. \ Tltiuvllla, Bra.ird The first bottle' convince the patient .
T'lawi 1>. L UI.II..lon.l..ha.1. IIt..k. Exposures to ourt. IC. VV, Grove's signature Is on I i
and reilIoiucosof the putt Florida. tIt!....) ; ( health.
SIXTH. The name county; ( she li on the rood to j
.
box. 2 otl.
each
8. BURNHAM, M. D. ''rihur to thee Article of Iiicortxiratlon, to.ttor : ,
of anb.cllMtd h, rATS OF FLORint. I ICounty ,
with the amount capital I
I in requiring
or lirevanl. For advice cuttfli
.....,b.are a* follow: Colds
II. L. Ive "", John a Brings on Coughs, .. directlonsadiJnli siting
bUUGEON and SPECIALIST Chan.8.SchuylerJensenFla., 10.haree.U.rv In person came Iteforn me The ll l mnlnff! wltneH 1\1. Hander to ma well. known lIB the parson executuile us. Grippe and other troubles vonoinoiiH llxufil. hclodvnn.! live symptom, "The Ladies' Advisory <
ansi
and Throat. (hare*, Harry ,iliml In and who nlnnd, Kealed I
EI\r. None Ueo A.Sasg.r. Ankona, 1"110..10 of tin Cordllleiin The Chattanooga
charter for the !In"orl"ratlon| In the warm 11111110'Jt'hvpt'n\ Department,
thl for0jiilii|
ST PALM BKACH, FLoRIDA itmlnirH. H. Harris wltnenn.W. Tlbbal*, Fla.. 10 shares, hArry n"Vt( View. Land. Company sealotl," and and.acknowl.lired axacu.. that can only be promptly of Central Aniprlcu nnd the I'll cUlt.' Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tena.I ::1 i

innlniTA, witness. .. that they each Hltfned nipped In the bud by using Miillvn '
C. A. It.bitit Edon, Kla., 2 *hates Ha"yJAnnl"lfo. w,1 the same" lor the purpose therein vapresaed.In t'onn. It necrctcK'' a polMoiioiiM
net
Il. HOUGUTOX'S wltne**. Witness Whernof. olllcl..1 I have seal hereunto tills the Otis day myind al1l1 has the cnrloiix, hnblt of throwing I warn
shares C. 8ihnyler and alrlxed my
JennliiK, TlbbalH Fla., 10 I
Harry of December. A. D. IWM. tHelf on It* buck when struck. Its bite
wltiouss.Joliui !
aoronsmi. Jensen, Fla., 10 iharous C. S. (Heal) It. B.Notary HOLMES 1'uuJIO., Tropical l* not iiI\viiy so' dangerous, ns fiopular .

DATING)\ DENTAL APARTMENT ihuylcr,, witneH paint
after severe
llolwrt K.:Krand I'lalnlleld N.J., 10 shams, C. rATE OK PLCItIDA.County I pinion makes It. flixl

ou the "Dentos," S. Hchuyler, witness. of Mrevard. | t often rnpldly hen 1.-. Ilecent oliservn-

CATS: OP "u.RIII In person came" before me 11.L. flaiilden to m.woll PineApple Ions oliow that the millvn Is sometime1
Xow AT DAYTOSA. COUMTV OP lI.t :VARD. IOn known nIt the person described In and who In-
this 2iith day of Nofemlwr, A. n., 1X! >:1, bsrore Hied.' ealed! and exeoutnd the foregoing: char ery poloonoiid and IItOIU..tlnw I very '
.
- me nominally came. W. II. HarrU. He... A.8aolo' r for the Incorporation tba "FairView LansiiutlsasIy ffenlvp..'. The pol*>n acts by congnlatiK '

;NTED-.A TRUSTWORTHY GENTL1:. C. RolilnHon. to be f.uuirnt. and the C. 8.person Hohnyler lUtscrlb-. well ::tied: and,"executeil and acknowledged the sama for that lisa I:lie uses siKiiod.amiirposes l Tar' and Wine the liloiul, iiiul Hvst, tncrenxlng thonImlnlMhlug
to me
man or lailr in each county to mauafjbUHlnss ( .known. of h.rAnnlOOt
established house I have myh..n.1
for an old and acknowledged that they en In Witness Whereof
I niuncml standing. A straight; bona tide of Association tberolii aetforth. and alllxed my oillclal seal lists thus IIIhd..y }
far the
v'litlryor$1Moo,, paid liy check. each Mol M"t.o.1. the same purpose of December" A. I.). 1UOJ. The Great Florida Remedy -

,wllb all expense direct from beaclquartori"I Enclose IN WirSKSS WHEREOF. I have hereunto (Heal) O. A. FROST 1ubhio., backed by more thana DI frl you ever notice the Indinlstoiif
xlvanceil for avravelepa. < and Notary 11q
I
expenses.
teal the '
day year
.. Manager, 300 Caxton. lllUg.. above oot my written.hand and olllulal million dollars of Florida '> a woman' shout choosing a sent In II SEEDS

a (11..1)) HARRY JKNVIVOS.. Sherlfr Hale. capital. Look at the trwt oar with hut few passengers?.- NEEDS
*" Public, Stateust.Lusrge. I
TAXTED-SKVERAI.PERSONS OF CHARacter My Commlssfou Notary Kxplres: Jan. IB, lixtt. names of the gentlemenwho 1 IUwnuket!\ Srntlnel.A r.: Jsptlrl..nC' has ettnhllMieil It an. .

anil good: reputation In each ital .. 'ATE OF FIAR1IA.COU1.'FV 1 TN1JER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECU. compose this company .afoot, Sold ty all donlcr ISOi:) *.S Your *.*l
((OliO i In tII. count? tOjUld) to FeliFfnht 0" UK :VARO. f .J J thou issued out. of tha Circuit Court for. SIIIt&clltloJl. wtIssy grow. fr.. to all ..... \
., advertiMe ohl eotabU.bed wealtby btibou,0 '- of Xovamlier A. D.. 1IXV). here HrvVird county. Florida In a aua whereR and see If this Is Tlmoly & ,. Annual postpnia .
of ...lId financial all&ndh'lMallOry: On thin 20th day Harry Jennings, John In ILlloliUkS. ssciuililnr. was pUintllT and J. This Is the lesion of tear when the pi lean la.I ,I
teekly "Ith a.ldluonal. all Co. me personally castle defendant. I have levied. Upon. andwill not a sufficient guaranteeof D.M.FCflRYtCO.
pa- to
1110three wa
eXI"nao" ansi Itobt K. Hraml. well known P. Hetie and careful hou"wlf) replenishes
locanh, hea.Hnne Horen""n" auction, in front of tIle Courtmsa prnrlent MICH.
direct oacb from DETROIT
Wednesday who
duscribeil. In and mil at pnbllo merit.M. .
.... of the persons Hemedy -
.. anSI carrlap-a lurnishett when. net Article of AsMHilatlon .. iloor In 'Tltiisivllle Florida during tbe10gaJ her ,uppiyotChamberialn'ssCouigh I ,{

7. KHferonnm. En),,... self-kildreiuwid erCiliiiiial.aja and executAII acknowledged the foregoing: that they executed the....meforJh ] hour of sale upon the W S. JORDAN ritKfl., Danker and ] It Is certain to be needed before 4 "
\\JO.
Dearborn Bt. Chl lUCO. ijnriHme therein; set forth. 4TII DAY OF JANUARY A. D .1004. I the winter Is over and results are mucbmore -----. -------
WIIKICLOF, I have hereunto Capitalize. I.kelt Is
Wlf-NKHS when It
aot" i, ;;trd; ;; olnolal seal. hsiiti: and yeaiabova the highest and bent bidder for cash. the prompt and natlifitcior Foley'sloney.nd' Tarrchlldren.safe.aure.
to
S. We cannot guarantee to publish I my: written. following real estate. of the defendant situatedIn CHAS. BLUM, Vtcti.I'jttcs.:. Whohlll"le at hand and given n* noon as tbecold

'I that do not reach this office befor (tItI..l) C. g. BOHITYIKR Hrevard County ...rl...... rut A tract of 414 Merohaot. Is contracted and berore It has beDome No opiates.
Notary jts1itio. dnscrilxid In book "I. of deed. at I.ale 1>U, In almost\ _______ _
acre the .,,"em. --
Den Thursdays. ]My Commission Expire April. 13, 154.! > the north line being 9.7t nhaln and Ill fete J. J. WILLIAMS, 2o VICK-PIU.H; Commerclal settled In bewarcloel --- n
.
xmth of the line between Lot. S and l 4. nf Hao.tlonW pry Instsnoa a severe cold may ARE YOU A IlOAT-UUILDEItf If
Ut l*>uth. KangaiNi but! and Salesman. this remedy freely
taking
: Township off by
IX: AND FOR Irnw one of Wnlton'i Patent f,
THE!!: CIRCUIT COCRT feet. In width xtamllnir 10U are, Ret;
being a strip :2551 B. W. HPERRY TKBASUHIH Prop. ilmt tndloAMon of the cold
IN Florlil.. Wet line of Lot 4, ami all soon as the '
e Largest and Most Com. Rravartl County the Indian River to the Tools Invaluable to boat- i'
Calking ;
In Chancery.. I"JUnciellnotll by land of Flher, and south bypoweil's Daval Hotel. appear.. There I. no danger In /giving

'8te Establishment South. Alfred ('. Heckle TV8 land snhjwt to the aaacutory davies It children for contains no harmful milder and owners of boat. Calk .,
I created. by the will of Wusan' 1>. Hotzo, to lake*f. THOS. A. DAVW: SEO'VAHO| Molt, take both
to other
It I Is pleaeuint than
bstsnce. ,
rapidly any
boat
...Ide Deed defendant P. Hatza. more
V Bill to.et death of tile <
Iii 0 S. HACKER & SON wife Alfonl Catherine White anti Miuil hi* I and Mortgage. feet Haiti. upon will may the be seen at the County....dll..'. of. Publisher. adult and children like It.. Hilt it anti slicing tool In the world. Price $(.00

,, White et at.Notice. J nee. D. H. }MoMILLAN Vlce-Pre Conioll- 'Oil will pet the best. It always cures.r .
No.-Reololent. I will aleneahl all that part of the H WM! nf the all and medicine inii $.OO .each, at ADVOOATB office
sale drugfilntii
to of tI..UonII.. lying south of the land now dated Naval Stored Co. > by Cd
To Alforil W. White and wife, Catherine. Maud BWU formerly of H.IMiiorn. whose dead IB' nn rannrd dealers. TIt.uullle, Fla.
or W. C. YEtSEn, Pren. The Metto Co. .
Whlta- In daeil book "Y. K at page w. Ami all ..
Yon are herabv required to appear to the Bill that part of tile NW'or the 8 wu of _'100 iW. E. E. WEST---- ---- Capitalist and ;Lumber ci ,

of CoilituluittitIiIiiti herein against you In tonMmve lying between land of E. C. Mcitlnnls on thAt r c c
nfFebrnarj conCh and Manufacturer. :11I
ties .
entitled. oansa un or before the list day north and land of J.O. 1'0wel1..n

A. 1). l' >4Tha dralgna. ..rontalnlng: aires snore 3.lr.ailtJute.or, :las. llaliig all In L. A. PKALEIOII, Cashier Dank of 617. a ato w. ii.it.. JACKSONVILLE.. FLA, :
HAST COAST ADVocATe I I. hereby township: noutb, Range
which till* enter shall F. JISOWN Madlion.
tea a* the newspaper .
Mh.tr.OEn.
published once a week. for alht conIoOUtiYSweeks. A. H't. Ciuhler Dank of
.. ROUDINS. Attorney I'lalnllir. T. C,8&flTU.
Witness lute hand and seal of olllce tbi3rdday MndUon.

..nilier, A. D. 150. u
of lwo
(Ct. Ct. 8ea1) Clerk A.' A.flrenit BTEWARI1 Court., Notice. A. II. WEST, CapitaiIstandItea. Estate jE55I1 4

tijj Dealer.
Attoniey.
II. L. Ranlilen Coioulalnanf -
CONCF.RXF.n TAKE NOTICK THAT OEO. '1'. HODOHOV, General Southern

-, .. Notice or Gnarillan'M Application ALL ex Ix.oftlrlo month Admlnliitratorof after data I will.the a*estate Hlun-InT of ansi K. Agent N. Y. Life Ins. Co. .\:

MIFACTUHERS to Sell Ural Instate. C'!. Doom, deceased. hale of Hravard County ad., D. P. SMITH, TM Collector Volu la Co.
OP mirh
Sinai anooMat a*
I Klorl4a.mlnistrator present to the my Honorable A. II fennay, U. II, McCREART, Editor OaIne rHl. .JiwoI6QtS

Oors H.R.UVOTVF.STHATOof:: Judge of said County and pray lot my
Sash rvniutr: Bon.
Blinds TO'r1CE1S Dally
1III. of .Jannor). l'J>H. at 10 a. iron such aduilnNlrstlon.J .
.L' da,. tha IHth day rxi Anal discharge *. ?
hKOWX.A
soon alter as the matteran I D. E. THOMPSON, General Manager Bt.Auguntine : ::1
in. or lIa
to the Hon. A. H Pjnney.Countt Sheriff and ax-ofHrlo Administrator
Idmg & Building Material heard. will apple of Krevard rinrltU athi of said. asiaca.THusTllle. Dally Record.
Judge ottlt ..:ill tot 1_. .ce istilce In the C ours HIWW tualed '" ria. Jafy slat WM J. UKYAX,County Solicitor Duval. :
Wareroom*. King opposite authority to sell oetaln rail estate HerberlHarris. I
of my ward County. '
tba property
said county
annon /Street.: as .riTate.Ie.tha'to.wiiThe of 0.:.,. V. Clementi "n to Creditors. WM.. A. VANS. I Doz.te411HJ


Charleston, S. C. the In Lot north land l7of and between(W amnel tlon li.TowoehiU90t4uthW W. Ore..ie of on tha th.Northeast joutn. I ALLCRIDITOM.!: -LEOATEEd. DHTRIIV.I Try a bottle and If not tm4! ?? I Ii

h SH Kant and the Sooth ona third '/ 1'IlO having claims' o* fl*> write the company Dtir/f neo rot
.. and all of tha .Boutlwast utae*. p.ntl fthperazf55: pleased, ?
Weights Cord an of th'a >ortb at % 10 Township >, maud against; the Estata of AKxrrtla K, ts
,
of Section of the
of the :Northeast o 3. uaeamMid: or any one 0
roratar
.'fso Iblnlfe 3" .....t. more or Ice a In lot I. Tout are hereby, notlfleri to praaant yonrclalmatit above gentlemen and get Wi29
.
.w acre
of th.sipirattoit
Hardware. strip South. flange W East.booutdeti : tba nndentjrnad within two year* from
faction I Mintb t.Townshlp'an by land of!I. H. HiuforsI and north or thi* publication, otbarwlaa ,beIUD. your money back. Made $eqp

I1dow of Samuel W. f rw.a.. and being soma wUI be pleaded l in bar. rOIUlTKR.AdmltUetratnr.. by Trop. Mfg. Co.
and Fancy GlasSPECIALTY. < by land FRANZ only
.....tb. -
Co.
and .
..00 cbaiJi wide north Atr.eut for the Pabat lire wing
sold all druggists.
A MART E1XA TILL. 5or.29, 1909. a watks and by
Guardian. DRbJd, Fla,


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 25, 1903.

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.. The most peculiar and interest JAMES. FRITCHAKD, President; Wit M. BROWN, Vi<-7pC. ;;
CHRISTMAS, 1903. I VISIT S. SCHUYLKB, Cashier. W. S. BnAifuiNQ, Asst
MATTHEWS <
THE America.
( EAST) COAST ADVOCATE |leg light| In

Today (Friday) Is the day upon TIlE FLORIDA INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

A*..*(.T JOURNAL DBVOTCD TO TUB OKTBtOrvuKT .. which all Christian people are wantto !
or TUB INDIAN HIVBU, LAKBWOBTH do homage as the birthday of Torpedo LaunchA Ostrich FarmCo.
AND BIM&THB BAT. SBOTIOlf the Saviour of mankind. In the COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

north the little ones look for the
Authorized
PUBLISHED KVKHV FKIDJLY.OBAULKK JACKSONVILLE.m capital $100,
advent of Santa Claus in his wrappings : Paid up capital, 'CC

H. WAtTow, Editor A IlibllsheDlnoontlnimnoa of furs and his pair of rein. _.. %\c.vg Average deposits-, $150:0C$4p I :0(

deer.. In this far southland of ours nF
fit ...d..tl. must be made. per the. tradltl n is a good deal the
aunt'. .at thus. offli'B or ty writing. little Transacts a General
same although a incongruous w----: Bankir
In the merrymaking of the occasion
he made payable to CHABLBH
OberKeto.. WALTOIIllUblillh.r.n mar the prime object is largely lost ; Business
eight of. North, we listen to the +

I" writing to the Ai> ooATK fur Inform merry jingle of the sleigh bells of I t L4' t1 -f'v ; Largest and Oldest Bank on (he Rill
kind,tim writer will obit lie by enolostnKS Christmas parties. Well bundled -
thin n 'ny yyr Exchange bought: and sold! ?? all,, r rr
atampeQ.addressud| envelope up In heavy wrappings, parties of. Comfortable and Speedy Pleasure Countries.Patronage Yfll'el pa{,
from twelve to twenty snugly ensconce --
BOSTON! OFKIfe-TM EAST: COAUT. ADVOATEbMCiieiiml themselves in the deep box Launch, built In sizes between 17 and 72 ", I ;,I tr.at.ueut: appreciated.and. every favor Rem! "rt' *,,.n, Wltr''t;
nomoe/ t4U4 i Atluntloavenue ,
| well filled with feet In I rvative tanking itranU'i, d
Bon ton, which, will Ira In cliarge of Mr. Claml of a large sleigh length U; fii N y !
O.Walton. straw and warm robes, and drawn Largest Manufacturers Mulls In Amor- .\ wSeaboard National CORRE8PONDF.N ys
by four or six horses, they scud lea. Send for Illustrated Catalogand e D'I, ?i_ t"' :National Hunk or Jacksonville Hank or, New Fia.rrir.rvsval Pak, I
Address .all oommunloatlon to over the smooth snow road,
away
4-- zE Fr..A.: .
Marine Guide.
COAST ADVOCATE .
EAST
the
while songs: appropriate to oocasion .
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TITOTII.I.B: FLORIDA.O. are interspersed with the THE MATTHEWS BOAT CO -- -

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harmonious
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""---- merry jingle
B. Department of Agriculture sleigh bells with which each steed Baxcom, Ohio/U. S. A. MeMurray & Baker

Weather lliircuu-Jupiter, Fla. is weighted. :Many happy Christmas 1

eves have been spent in thi Nearly 2fclKantla birds Bunding S to 10 feet .
foliowlanis a comparative .Ute. manner in the long ago. In this faraway F. A. LOSLEY, blub,weighing '0 to 400) pounds each. Ostrich 4O1-414 Kast'Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida
nests, ,OBtrlclies ilttlng and baby ostriches
eggs
ment of temperature and rainfall for the southland of brfght.warm sunshine justbatahed.
week ending Tuesday, Deo. 8, 1003.DATS. the jingle of the sleigh THE BREWERY SALOON. Hutile escort vlHltori through the farm explaining -Makers and Jobbers of-
1903 -1002: merry :all about the bird, their not,habits,
MAX.- MIN- MAX MIS bells gives way to the noisy crack of 010 W. Day St., Jacksonville, Fla. plumage[ ,etc.
10 74' 07r 80 71 the firecracker, the whir of the sky -Imported and Domestic Micles Harness Carriage and Wagon Materia .
,
17 70 >4 711 66 rocket and the beautiful light of I .

4, 10 18 72 71 114 no 70 70(\ 64 51 Roman candle and other fireworks Wines Liquors & CigarsThe .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.. Saddlery, Rubber Tires.

20 76 04 77 70 It is only a different way of giving ,
21 (I\\) 40 78 73 i demonstration to the joys of the Brewing Asso's. First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
World Renowned Anheuser Busch
!80 II .
22: flS 62 occasion, superinduced primarily
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Total rainfall for the week: .11 I because on this day came He who Brewing Association's Famous
Famous St.Louis Keg and Bottled
week Departure: minus from O.M normal: Inch rainfall en. Departure for the I said "Peace on earth, good will to Beers on draught. Beer. I rilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAQ
"
from normal rainfall since January 1, man. East Coast friends be sure to call on me Sold by Menrs.F.A.Lesley.and

minus 1.70 Inches. As .the happy Christmas time when in Jacksonville.JEWELERS R.L.Motlow,'TltuSTtllc.Fla..
HAL. P. HARDIW, Observer. draws near let us not forget that Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
_. .. households By Mr.R.L.Motlow,Coooa,Fla.JOSEPHZAPF. ,
--- -- -- in Florida there may be

CHRISTMAS.While upon which the hand of alllictioi n r *

hag recently fallen heavily ; and Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick. .
"
shepherds watched their flock by where the God of the universe has AND SILVERSMITHS, Sole Agent.

v night seen fit to take to himself some who 41 West Hay Street I Dices foot ot IIogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telopbon.- Xo.:
All seated on the ground were just entering upon promising JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 610 to 020 West Bay Street,
The angel of the Lord came down'And J. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.The .
desolate the
shone around. manhood, rendering Largest stock In this section of country.
"Fear not glory," he said for mighty dread homes of which they were the pride Established In 18(>8. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '--- ---.---- -- --------.- -.

Had seized their troubled mind; and often the mainstay. In the Send for descriptive catalogue. Oldest Established. G.raln and Seed House in tae state
'I "Glad tidings of great joy I bring fullness of our praise and thanks

To you and all mankind. giving for the blessings that we en .......NNNN.NN.. Hodgson Bros.,
"To you In David' town this dayIs joy, the gloomy pall of grief hangs 7 :rxi. A. Sours: & Cc
born of lJa'\'ld'lIlIne, over these homes, and mothers' E. Vesey Hall | EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.

A And Saviour this who shall Is be Christ the elgn, the: Lord; hearts are bleeding for the boy who 4 \ Georgians, Fla. J f\ Marino Railway. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

The Heavenly babe you tbero shall find, was her love's idol now sleeping to General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. ,
human view displayed wake until the last :; Boat Builder. itJ
I To no more trump ..Special Facilities..
I All meanly wrapped In swathing bands shall call all to gather before 'the Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilize
And In a manger l laJtl.: J ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK.: For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing
bar of that Great Tribunal, which 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA
Wrlttt for Estimates. \:\ aT. LOt7I8. MOo
< > Yachts and Launches.
Thus spaVe the seraph nnd forthwith shall judge the life of man below. .
I Appeared a shining throng To these afflicted ones our heartsgo .N.NNNN.NN.N.. Mention the ADVOCATE when writing. Lffts.! for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. nnd Plant Syitej

Of angels praising God and thus -- -
out in loving sympathy. May
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Addressed their : ----- ------- ------------- -- -- .
t MA11 glory be to Clod joyful on high song, their grief be softened by the knowl ..............................................- .- .....-

And to the earth be peace; edge that lie, whodoes;| all thingsfor i Lumber and Building Materia

I ry Goal will henceforth_from."heaven to men the best, gathered these young Plaza Hotel
Begin and never 00 t
lives to His bosom for His own .
I and that although, Sash, Door and Blinds, Bil, k, Lime and Cement, Nails nnd Hnilclcr
ALL those merchants who advertised good purpose ; s Haidware MASUKY'S IIOUwE PAINTS, F. W BIRD & sON's!
,.
In our earthly blindness may not) I INDIAN, RIVER RoolrloClgo, JTM..C*
in the ADVOCATE ibis season, PAROID ROOFING AND SiJEATHING PAPERS.
report having done an excellent see the wisdom of His ways, it will i "THE GREAT ORANGE ROVEI : Orders filled promptly. Write im fur estlmntcs

business. Nothing like advertising be made clear and bright to us in s RESORT OF FLORIDA." I 2 EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY
\ the great hereafter, when loved ones General Office at Eau (Jail Ie. Fla.
". If you want to sell your goods. will he reunited and death trans. A handsome modern hotel located on the banks of the famous Indian i Yards at EAU QAI.L1E, TI'lUbVILLE: FORT PIERCE and WVsi l'ilm Beai

, formed to a life glorious and eternal. River, In the midst of an !:IO< acre bearing orange !grove. Steam heat In - ---
THE candidate for the office of every room, suites with bath; tittered rainwater; location conceded by ii
' State TreaAurer, Mr. Samuel everyone the best in Itockledge; ; East Coast Railway depot in the hotel c& O'SSara
t' 1'uleston of Montlcello, is Raid to It was our intention to issue our grounds. Oranges: free to the guests. Liberal management; and rates. TAccominoiUllouM edges ,
I Christmas supplement last week, for
} be and tried man for the 2IH ..
a good ...Manufactuiera and Doalersjln.
i S. U. PECK f
I hut the EAST' COAST ADVOCATE!:, In Manager.
position. As far as the ADVOCATEis I dress its numerous Summer Resort-THE ARLINGTON HOTEL. Petoskey. Mich. 1IxMUlIng Rough E
\ gala greets purring NEW LUMBEI
concerned, we have never met rv.i>rt Ureut l.ak _c>i>eii June to K-tulwr nnd CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE
Mr.Puleston, although It is stated I this week with "A Merry .....*.***+...+...............+.+.............*..4+ Dressed
: d Christmas and a Happy New Year." __ __ ___ ___. __ .. u __ __ _. _______ Orange Box 'leads Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings. MitiiRle etc.I
is of
that his elllciency u matter
t' record, his services to the demo. I Christmas comes to the poor worn. TIT"US-VXx..x.E: ;: LIV:: ::R'Y: ST.A.nLE:. Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for BuiraliHlufl prices delivere.Fit!J
out editor as it does to all of you to any part of tho State. Address: Hodges A OMIara
cratto are beyond question
party and through the kindness of our
and his while United '
accounts
i 'rlenxls we are enabled to celebrateIt FEED AND SALE R n SADDLE HORSES,
States Marshal for Northern Florida
were without a flaw in a fitting way. The ADVOCATE ...STAULES... BUGGIES, P. Ku.hl2.aan has no Christmas tree or big stockIng -

ALL Jacksonville, and 1& considerable ; but In our pages we have given BAGGAGE SURREYS 261 Washington: St ) NEW YORK.
portion of Florida ii laughing: you the best we could 1 1. considering! r M: :Murray Street. J N. Y.
TRANSFER and 1 TURNOUTS ol
the have received k
heartily at the sorry figure cut by patronage we
Candidate Dorrs in trying to from our merchants this glad season IA UL I X n, E' T C. ..all kinds..
frigbtert the people with a bugaboo It Is our share of your Christmas Oranges Pineapples]
of an imaginary attempt to des happiness. And now. in this J. M. OSBAN & BRO ,
troy his own, special, patented happy Christmas time when every. TITU VItt.E. -Rack of Oeo. M. Kobbins' office.FLORIDA

one wishes one another well, we Specialty.We .
brand of primary elections.' He - --- -- and Florida Fruits Our
pretends that it 11'11be\ endangered take this opportunity to thank you 1 11. t o sa ino: > ,
'
I t by the holding of a State conven all-our subscribers, our advertisers 1i- represent Hoyeral of the largest shippers In your State, nnd "> b rePreIyou

' our contributors, and last, but Established\ :Y''"'-
>, tion for the necessary purposes of also. Give us a trial shipment.
f choosing: delegates to the National by no means least, our East Coast Seed Potatoes.I

! Convention and successors to the correspondents, who have worked

\\1 ", members of the State Executive: faithfully' and taken much interest I ESTABLISHED 1870.

Committee who are now 'In olHce, In the pink paper-especially so In I SPAULDING'S ROSE No.4. $3.26 Bbl. I

. ---- the pineapple reglan. BLISS TRIUMPH, $3.00"
, Aruorrm of thin early primary We thank you all for your pat. M. Lane & Son
HEBRON, $2.75"
movement, it has been said that It ronage, hoping that the ADVOCATEwill ,
,
i Garden and Field
Seeds.
would be manifestly unjust to not continue to deserve your up- I
less than three of the most prom I I. port; anti In conclusion, we wl h'you Ia. C711MT1.1tON. Sc ac1 :mu.n: 250 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.

, f nent candidates for nomination in all "A Merry Christmas and a 1 14 East Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.CARPETS. j

the primary election, who are now Happy New Year." Southern Fruit and Producl

i serving the people of Florida at 3 n Do-2 cj--eat 1 r.3 !::1 .

Washington. Their public duties ---- -- .-
WHILE the campaign Is being vig. --
, '' will probably prevent them from Mercharits.
orou.ly prosecuted along personal Commission: :
t personally participating In the lines, the matter of setting the
. campaign until after the adjourn. election machinery In motion has FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

ment of Congress, and a primary not yet attracted much public at.
held before that time would practically cntlon. It is fair to that application
4d assume Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on
exclude them from the advantage
t':+ the Ulcers and members of the (My Fall Stock Arriving Dally. .
which the other candidates -
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State Executive Committee "will
will enjoy of personally meeting the perform their duties promptly and More New Patterns to Show Than Ever. CLARit

people Florida Democrats what judiciously, yet they should welcome MASQAT M. : ,
ever may be their personal perfer- public discussion of some of
ences, have never been accused of the questions which they will soon X'UQ.S t I :UGS Z Z YORK
110 Murray Street and J60 West Street'NEW
,unjust discrimination or anything be cAlled upon to decide ; for a part Carpet sizes for Coming; Fall Season In sizes from 6x9 to 0x12.: New
resembling crookedness. They like of their duty Is to ascertain the Tapestries, :New Body Brussels New Wiltons New SmyrnA"'. t'
My
fair play and honest methods( In wishes of the people stock Is the Fruit and Produce Commission Mercbant.SPECIALTIES
they are to largest. My prices are the lowest.I Matting\ Linoleums,
politics and it is not probable that represent, and this thy can best I'ortlers, Shades. Cocoa Mats, Rubber Mats, Bath Room :Mats and Art
they will consent to any unfair advantage do from the people themselves and Will be
H'llIareol. :r glad to send samples' and quote prices.f-
like the early primary from the State 1'ress.. :
xcheme, devised in the interest of 't

'.N faction to the detriment of the :8:. E. OL..PSRK: : Florida Pineapples, Oranges, Grnpcff1llExtra ]
*
;tatii ea in \Y*.uiugton. all the new. 27 TEST; : FORSTTIl ST. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Early Beans and Vegetables.







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CAST COAST ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 25 1903.


GEORG MARX JOHN MARX.
Eden. Eau Gallie. Melbourne.RubMrlptionefortheADVOCATE.


Y TOOE i ICE. r 1VI.. .. JBJfirOS.: .

Prof. Bootello
was pleasant caller in -
Eden B.I>KnRVHB: RCIUTYtJKK: M. D.-Telncraphotltee ,
at economy on the toe bill on Sunday: upen all night. taw Uallle, Florida.. the pink paper of tho East Const, will be WHOLESALE; GROCERS

,quest I a.n oals forcibly to everyeher Miss Jones!, one of our teachers left received at the Melbourne Postoffloe. .

o I/:'oll as to hotels restau- for her home in Georgia on Friday: Capt. MoNabb and a party of ladles
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druBKl.ts, and RICHARD W OOODB.-Real ttstate: >fot ry:
'kl'l'I
. Duvers I ,merctant wbo consumes C. A. Robinson took a party of Eden- visited Melbourne on Tuesday. tihllo and ('....."}R.."..'. Agent forVtn.i, Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner

.\ Ites to Fort Pierce on :Saturday to do .Several of our young men have gone Pro"hltln'e Liverpool snit Washington Loiiuiinaml Klra.Ololte Insurance,llartfiml Coin.n.a .
Xmas
. bis bu t""and 'lraentsiilt some shopping to the Banana river hunting trip. .
",' oaref *Pel on penis Special attention paM to the Inter-

'Mns l ''n the discovery of the The Misses Anna !and Jessie Miller C. B. )Merrill of Tropic, wa In own ecu at non re.ld..nt& Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

'l'\r\ E which, when placed "spent' Saturday and Sunday In Fort on Tuesday last loading up with Xmas
IPe all the' toe chamber oCHMm.iHf.r Tierce, visiting friends there. DR r.. A. PERK-PHVKICUN AM t'Rft1CO'f. :
% iii-N will< rPduo the con'A goods. afternoon.Residence, Melbourne. At law Ualli, every WE CARRY A FULL LINE 'OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED. ;
Mrs J. H. LoTourneau who has been the children's ,
' The for
preparations
Ice 13 to ::13 l- per cent.
"Jo f your ingenious little device, the visiting friends In Boston and New Jer- Xmas tree in the Methodist church are PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .
wit ll"b, in of its greatest&itl. sey for the past two months, returned to almost complete. Arthur Dwlnell of New York, .Is now
< ,,f rtlnoli, III one U to place her home and many friends on Friday with C. T. McBride ll'otatoclI.! Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In easoo.IJIT"'Ve .
u All yon doe night Archdeacon Brown was the guest; of
the bottom of your chambeiWALTON. I 1'. A. McMillan and wife during his stayin Mr. and Mr*. T. W. Rhode of Indiana, solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable

ili 'Ice Write for on n, and,It will Capt. and Mrs Geo. Saunders are rejoicing Knu Gallie last week. are again In the Grand View cottage for ._ .._ .00--
booklet. over the return of their two sons, the winter.A -- -
w1et .AGENT. John and Percy, from the north. The The new launch, Carlos, Dr. Booth, of .. I

r G FlorIda. boys have been gone; a long time and Youngstown; U., owner Is belug fitted large party of people, from Indiana, Indianola. 1

ills their many friends are glad to have them out at Hodgson's Ylll'd.The have quarters for the season in the Riverside

home again. E. C. L. and /Supply Co's. schooner house. Mrs J. A. Raggett; of Seabreeze, Is

RS. IDA D. BRUNER We are pleased to hear that Mr. Frank has been fitted with a new foremast. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Glenny, of visiting Mrs ,J, M. Field.

Manager for the World :Bell Is getting I his dttSul tHo In the tuoa'i- The work was done at Hodgson's ;yard. Chautauqua, N. Y., are guests of Hotel
'(.eneral Carleton Dr. Charles Hill) wife and mother are
Famous time we hope he mil not sit down on O. W. Taylor and son, Howard, of
that nnn ch.lir too long, but come i>n Kenosha, are enjoying a camping at As- Mrs. Charlie norton came up from once more at their beautiful home,

alai o1 Jig -4.99 down tli" road Mirh lute shull wagon-our pin wall. They report plenty of game Fort Pierce the past week to spend few among the oranges. .1

roads need some bail ly.On and fish.Dr. days In town. AH are looking; forward ton pheasant

J for all Ills of Women.. at the Christmas tree, which will
Liter cheerfully answered. Friday, afternoon Prof. Boutelle Schuyler Is having/ his yawl the The Misses Armstrong, of Chautauqua time
IIf Inquiry the Club house on Christmas
hold
told 1 I children to put books aWRY and Erl King, put into oidor. The vessel N. ]T., are !guest of Mrs. Crossgrove in be at
at Park Cottage of Chrlstruast! nightas
Local office have n ii'giil.tr good time. Vouiniy be eve!, thlayear.lnsteiul
/ will be used to haul lumber for the E. C. the Glbbs house. "

West Pal in Beach Fla. sure Miuy weie nil willing: so bliss .Jones L. & Supply Co., to this poInt. Kansas formerly. LOOK TO TOUR EYES.
of
____ _. and bei happy family wore calico In to Mrs John Maclay, Richmond II. C. Fraker and wife after short
u ------ join the fun. Songs! and rodtiUlonn' '01. J. A. Gilbert han. charge of the details Is spending; the winter with her sister Dr.started Wednesday for their home If suffering from any eye defect or weak

Stuart. l..welllInd an n grand! wind-up, Prof. In organizing/ the German to take place Mrs. Frank Fee in stay Columbus Ohio. We regret exceed sight call at my new well-appointed optical -

Ltontello and MISS Jeers ant prised the shortly, in aid of St. Johns church fund. The Methodist Sunday School will give ingly that the Doctor did not find the Institute. In Special, complete lens
outfit connection.
children with a neat of nuts and candy Mr. Gilbert's management Is a guaranteeof a roost Interesting program and Christmas health and strength sought for. grinding

Christmas: to you all. and as the chllden remaikeJ, "Oli+, vie its success. tree on Xmas eve Da. E. H. ARMSTRONG

ny : had an a.. ful good time, thanks to our Mrs 8. E. Barbour and Mrs. Wend Christmas service next Sunday at the 11 Laura St.. Jacksonville, Fla. a
I tw'E I Kea ,IKlte
of New arrived In Eau Gallie on
yMudty J(, and Tuesday. Jersey, last. Mrs. Harbour has veraity to sperd the holiday with his Evening service at 7 p. m. Bible 4

Is receiving luriibor by the Sunday evening parents In Melbourne. school will be resumed the first Sunday SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION.
rjDyer or two in Eau Gallie
a promising
The many friends of G. II. Hausan, grove A cordial invitation extended -
III for his new residence. engineer L. E. & W. It. K., at present and also a cosy Southern home Mills Gladys Wells and Mr. Stanford In January.to all.LOOK. -

Boville leaves this week for afth8' lining in Lima, 0., will be pleased to The Eau Gallie Quartette sing In Mel Wells are home from the North to spend Kditnf Rost t Coait .dvoralfi{ .:

visit at Bay n ton.t. know of his recovery from threatened bourne on Saturday next In aid of the Xmas with their parents. School* consolidation Interests all having .

I kidney disease. lie writes: "I wall eturod Chautauqua building fund The concert Dr Du Bose, Miss Perlune and MissMay OUT; FOR FIRE.
t.. McNeil has his auxlllaiy' catboat children to educate. It may be here
She Is rapid by using Foley's Kidney Cure, which I will be In Educational hall under the Dullose of /Sewanee Tenn., are -
water. a mover' recommend to all, especially trainmen auspices of Mrs W. '1'. Wells. again In their Melbourne homo for the Every year comes the shocking! report and there such a tiling Is luitlllcd, yet

L Klopp Is very busy with thedork who are usually similarly afflicted." Sold of season. of some tragic death by Site The tree there' danger In not knowing when and)
of the A. R. Kruger residence. by B. R. Wilson &Son, Tltusville. Mr. and Mrs.! Geo. W. Hopkins candle sets fire to the
I I. overturned a where to lost harm
begin more
Ocean Prattle Ranch, arrived In Eau Ual- Mr. and hire J. H. McCoy, of Clover. or atop,

\Thomas launched his auxiliary, lie this week. They will spend the dale, Ind., are again with u* this season. gauzy drapery of a Christmas "fairy results than good, 11its application! to

lay. She Is a beauty and looks to White City. Xmas Holidays at Pinewood Lodge the They have very comfortable quarters In the diaphanous wing all of the an Inflammable"angl/ or better our public II<'hoolll.V that

'1 able and fast. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hodgsou. the Eplsuopall'oot.ory. most frequent of Sunday resignation were a feint to give roomfor r
at -
often employed
cotton batting so
llttlo self whether that self-
and Mrs. Chas. Galligher left, Dr. C. C. Booth and Mrs. Booth, of Messrs. A. 'J. Goode and Claude Benu- school or t.rlvato festivities to represent a praise or

ij evening/ for Miami and Havana- Mr. Austin has purchased Dr. Plat'snIce Youngstown, 0., ariived In Eau Gallie jean have been spending the past weekIn snow. Children are tricked out to laudation need not be wits oontlilerod over a borrowed here as name other,

1'. & O. Steamship Line. little pony. on Friday last. Dr. Mouth Is owner and Hobe Sound, putting the launches of represent frost kings and ...Ivell.e Santa I things of more Importance ,ought to

ideacon I!. F. Brown mill preach Gen. Beck Is home from West Palm patentee of the Booth engine' many of Messrs. Yates In Older. Claus" uses It fqr beard and coat, and all cluliii tho people's attention who support
Bench for a few weeks. which are now In use on the East Coastof without a thought: that an overturned a
text Sunday on the incarnation The rummage sale at Educational and patronlzo the scliool. Don) the
I would
d long service by the choir. K.' G. Fripp has moved into John Jen Florida. 'drew In over fifty dollars. !Many dainty candle or contact the with merrymaker a etas jet thus, change; bonnllt the many, or doe It only '"I

Col. out a shooting trip of hand work bane In an Instant turn the few, f Doe It leamtn or Increase the
East Coast Fish Co., are getting sen's house for the winter. Porry wan on pieces are still left on adorned Into human torch. There are
a
west of Ran Gallie, and succeeded In for*, Bazaar later on In the senson.Mrs. expenses? These are questions which
ty-live barrels of fish 0 and fatalities enough In the or
per y Rev. Mr Weatherwax preached a fine accidents "
bagging some wild turkeys and other the people feel a deeper Interest than ID
no, bluefish, nbeepsheud trouteto sermon here on :Sunday afternoon. smaller game. Fred Houston was In the Mldity and daughters, Misses Emma dlnary course of events without! temptIng these things of loss moment. Yet there 4

with pleasure we learn that ther Vegetables are being; shipped almost party which returned on Wednesday- and Matilda ,of Canton Ohio, are Providence In onr thoughtless efforts Is! no room or apace In a single newspaper -
lost In the Bahamas was not thewncil happy and tired.E. again; with 11* for the winter season, at providing amusement. attlole torllHOusa all that legitimately
day and are bringing good prices
every snugly quartered In the North ChalTee Even without the cotton wadding, it is
by our friend Commodore belongs to a subject like thl.... The above
t, Mrs. Scbultz, of Jensen, spent most of S. Randall will be married to Mrs. house un the bluff. Their many;! Melbourne the part of wisdom to have a heavy can wait and give place to something

last week here, with her sister, Mrs. Archie Robertson of Montreal In Jan friends are delighted to have blanket close at hand for use In an emergency equally Important In discussion of title

Austin. uary next. The happy couple will sail them back again.CHILDREN / as also if lamps are ""Oil. a big school question. _
of is via the Central Line and sand earth. This latter
prevention consumption en- for Europe expect bucket of or
There few who do not know of the
a question of commencing the It Is surprising to see the large number to be away a year. Mr. Randall Is scheme, by the way, Is an excellent one are
I[ treatment In time. Nothing Is of AUVOCATK'S: that circulate in the well known on the East Coast, and has POISONSH.-Many children when one Is frying orulluer or the holiday effort now being made to extend post-
south end of Brevard.Ira are poisoned and made nervous aDd! office facilities to all tho people at their
adapted to ward off fatal lunga many friends in Eau Gallie who wish oly-hook Many house ha gone
If killed homes in the rural suction, of the coun
''I! as Foley's Honey and Tar. Bold Lament, who is in the hospital at him a much happiness In his new life. weak. them not outright by mothers up In smoke through tho upsetting of a Ity this the will be
R. WIlson & Son giving; cough syrups containing of the cook try. means, people
Tltusville. and kettle of fat. At one largest
:tit.:: Augustine Is rl\pldlylmprovlng. of Eau Gal Induced to road write and
The Hopkins ranch west opiates Foloy's Honey and Tar I I. a safe morn, more
earth Is kept
expects to bo home before the DOW year. lie, has 75 miles of wire fence now erected and certain remedy for coughs croup ing school a pan of In of always accident know more of what Is going( on In the

Hobe Sound. Mr. Austin bad to kill his horse last and more being put up. This ranchis and lung trouble and I It the only prominent of In reserve this kind.CURE for. use case an world Around them and elsewhere In the

week, on account of lameness, which ono grand: game preserve. The owner, cough medicine that contains no affairs of men. In this way the country t

could not be relieved, so the animal was G. W. Hopkins, of Michigan, will not al. opiate or other poisons. Wilson lIon:: people will be less Inclined to gossip,

C. H. .Jefferson 11 lie less. il.>w Indiscriminate shooting/ on hl. pro FOR, CONSUMPTION. having the other' news at band taking
is
having a )Jal'gerhuilt. I !Success to Mr. Hopkins! say all up their attention on line of self Improvement .
If you want to attend the banquet to good sportsmen; and he may rent assure Georgiana. and general Intelligence of affairs

'. ICIing reports no crops injured be given by the Club on New Year' ed of every assistance from all real sportsmen Dr. M. Sonvellle, the throat and lung of home, of men, of places and of t

recent cold. day, you must become a member on of the state. specialist, is doing some very Interesting nations, as well as that of agriculture

Saturday, Deo. 2ith. ------- Mr. Plerce's adopted son and wife, of microscopic work In connection with his and what comes of the soil In "which. they .\
stare bringing (7 and crate at his office at the Aragon ho
48 specialty
; per finished and N. Y. arrived for are dally Interested la the labor of their
)otrllckel'sl\re busy and happy. The now school-bouse Is I A Frightened Horse. Friday a visit with Mr. tel. lie kindly allows" visitors and residents '
Sunday school moved In. It certainly Is and Mrs. Pierce. under his hands. .
W'm Austin brought his wife andth a pleasure to meet there after been In I Running like mad down the street Mrs. to Inspect specimens and Invites thorn to I fly such help And means at home for
and
Hemnsread two children powerful microscope,
liim this. the or hundred other I elf entertainment and improvement, the
He Is
occupants "
season. getting the old shack so long. dumping ,
I Miss Adelaide and Master' Edward: l, of call any day between 'J a and 3 o'clock The s
ready for Mr. Pltou and accidents are day occurrences. country home will have more to content
family. every .
Our contractor John Jensen, has goneto It behooves everybody to have a reliable Evanston Ill., Art Ired Thursday unit are doctor Is well known not only In Jacksonville the people and satisfy the youths they
i i. Snider and wife have reached theI Palm Beach to do some work. Ills and there's as! good asBucklen's stopping at the Piovost house. but In many other states He Into manhood and knap f tbeut-
salve handy none grew up
I I, having made of the will make her home with holds letters patent for several. of his Inventions
a portion sister Carrie Arnica iYalve. Burns, cuts, A !rood sized box of mistletoe was sent from socking town or city life, where
a 1 their and remedies for destroying
tto handsome new yacht the Mrs. Campbell for a while. sores, eczema and piles, disappear quickly to Miss Myrtle Rurchiiel, Anthony, Kan., and the of contagion, there I I. already n glut or congested state
prevention
The entertainment given by onr people under Its soothing elTect. 2c, at all) last week In time to .bo usud as Christmas germs and these remedies families owe of population. And lids... state of Things

J. R
eek< m' bunines, but made the! trip After the entertainment a social dance boys are more bashful than the young from the dread disease, best thinking men with thin serious

tbs canal less monotonous by tak- and light; refreshments followed. men are here, or they would not need )Jr. Houvcllltt affirms that the head of thought how to change thin condition)
i" lauitiy: + along. Melbourne Beach. the very suggestive hint of the time honored the Indian River where the atmosphere of things; and make the people more con-

>nd Mrs. Chas. B. JefTersonare at IX RED FOUR WEEKS WITH LA "mistletoe bough." l Southern: bOY.don't I I. more saline than In any other spot of tented the country away from town lujmw,
need it. and build the rural section fur
otuge, "bung/ Harbor," but are GRIPPE -We have received the following R. W. Beanjoan took a large party of Florida, being a strip of land between the up ,

eg for a larger: and more com fort- letter from Mr. Roy Kemp of Angola ; Beachites over to Melbourne, Wednesday Frank Jams! and charrnlllg '"littledaughter ocean and the river, I h. the 1.leallipot forconsumptlvos. .life.No on of common Intelligence need
') "I was in bed four weeks withIn Miss Eva and It.ell mate together with
mje Work on the new building tnd. to the rummage Male.: John Adams and tie told that most. of our town mid cities. ,
begin' until after the holidays. grippe and I tried many remedies and wife and two bright children, left for his new treatment will save a large percentage cursed with the saloon other, "
spent considerable for treatment with Ham Martin brought a jolly parity of their homes In LoulnVllIo, Ky., !Monday. of consumptive. He will rf'corn'menee are open or '
",1'1I are more plentiful and largciTBeieral physicians, but I received no relief untilI young people over from Melbourne, the They have bean visiting/ t.lielf slstcr-lu- his <.turns on this subject Immediately domomll/.lng: place of harmful resort, v''

seasons pus', owing: to tried Kuley's Honey and Tar. Two first", of the week to take a look at old law+ and aunt, Mrs. Lena Hall and family after the holidays, and will continue whore bud l man gather and the youths of -
I'h.it) Is the beginning
which
learn vice
such -
1 no oyster gatherers; have small!I bottles of this medicine cured me ocean.R. the past month. 1'hllll. their first visit them at his large and commodious planes -

." hen"if) this Sunned winter, for which then and now I ue It exclusively In my fami' W Beaujuan I I..* supplying :Mel- to Florida and they all enjoyed It very I oillue during the winter Icasrn. No one of nmst a ruliu'd think life.that Pre Intention
are duly thankful Wilson & Bon.
Take no substitutes. !: much. Vesey flail wife and .
ly. bOll'De' with pineapples, and the home ; daughters, ----- IH to ."I'I>llInt. butt supplement' our public -

Grant. deserves credit for the neat market will) this luscious fruit and I accompanied them as fur as Cocoa. WEATHER REPORT.By or pi'Iniary achool These are separate .
raocp of
the company's lots at the THURSDAY DEC. 24. "coon.ttrrflllll and Independent agencies, working
CP<" ,
John Is a hustler. He has A LIFE AT S'FAKE.-If out educational results lo benefit thepeople
but knew
.ber'r Rue Hopkins la spending a few you
I Rev, II. White observer for
'iiipenters at work on the the splendid merit of Jay In the at 'their Iiomu and
Foley' country
with friends at the Beach before Honey
iy tore. and will soon have It Remember, the Ladles'. Boston Quar days J. and Tar you would never be without It. Weallif Bureau, U. H. Government. in their bomea.Iodlrectly Hitch tilings can
Prot. II.
her father Hopkins
eted. house joining; ,
I I. tom.Quito a nice looking build- tet will be at the 1'1 tlllie" \ Opera Tickets, for the holidays, at Daytona. A dose or two will prevent an attack of UMMAIIY Foil NOVUHMKR 11MKJ.) out full lo help wonderfully yet It I hi nowhere
the :!JIb instant t
on Thursday, la It Intended to build high schools,
pneumonia or grippe. may save Highest temperature on the lit 81.0 up
Se- /
,(; for sale at the Red Cross Pharmacy. Arthur Dwinell, who has been trying; your life. Sold by n. it. Wilson k Son. Lowest UK. alleges, or nnlvernltles. Those who attend "N
pt MA AND LA GRIPPE. cure your seats early. the "Ozone Cure," Is *o much Improved those highersehools. It may be said, ware
>",.' with Mean for the month, . fttl.1
t fu Tar Refuse quickly by Foley's Hon- Opera House, Tltusville Thursday, be has accepted a position C. T. Average mean for 'Jit: years. . IH.f the out-gruwth of our common, or

it Wilson & substitutes Sold December 24tb.-The Ariel Quartetteare McBride at Melbourne for the winter. Merritt. l Highest It mlHim{, 'la.: primary school, yet have means anti ''

Son, Tltusville, Fla. thorough artists, and refined, graceful O. B. Clbbs, of Chicago, I* spending Lowest e. Of.. ."InlfWS. M.} ways of tholr own to /get there and enjoy 1

and generous. *i ISII Leavltt Is the the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Rainfall In Incite . . . 2.07 them. The primary schools belong: to
most accomplished and soulful violinistwe Mrs. Oliver Gibbs. lIe has rented a sailboat The River View hotel U open now and Average for 20 year. . . 2.20 the m...., who do not *xi: act to (to further .

St. Lucie. have heard for many a day.-*he and I Is getting all tIle pleasure pos. guests are beginning to arrive. The Oreatest In ItMio) fiM and must b*content with what such

State. sible out of his short vacation. cold wave will send people south In a Least It .. In tAu7 082 schools furnish them. Heading, writing

inlet' Mackenzie, Mon- hurry. Prevailing direction of wind. . :N W the study of geography: arithmetic ao.lR
i. Misses Leavltt
teeming with mullett. -The and four lovely and talented evolution Imminent.A Blair' egg farm I I" the only place about Number of clear Hays . . 20 few other elementary studies constitute
aghan Sampson the bulk of the education of a majority
se launch r fair It. . 7
for A. C. Sample a ladies, will appear at the here, where eggs can be had now, and
1> young of' approaching revolt and .. of the school children of the state.
unt sign I' )
sure
hit cloudy . . 3
dealer launched Ihureday chickens not to be bad '
by Tltusville on are at .
was ,
,'flu!! ? a House, trouble In system I I. nervousness any price.Mr. To mlnlmUo. those schools, or lessen;
serious your "
River with rain . 8
Boat "d.Launcl Co. a next Dec. 21th. The Norwich. (Conn.) Blair can't fill his present orders' for day ,
sleeplessness or stomach their efficiency In to build cer-
Jag, ; up. day. with thunder 0 any; up
Bulletin says: The voices of the quartet sets. Electric Bitters will quickly dls- hatches or brooders as eggs are paying ala central schools will prove a sad ml-
Island[ Home Merrill Island Fla.
and In solo better ,
Topk1?> wife and son also Mr were rich and well blended herself, In a member) the troublesome causes. It nev at present price take i and will will retard, or lessen the ,

1dt.: *nn aDd mother'Are nowiL. selection each acquitted er fails to tone the stomach regulate the Mr. Stuart Hearten, Mr. T. F. Nevlns' lenelit of our common schools. "

the ampbell Place at Fort clever manner. The artists were repeatedly bowel, stimulate the liver manager, passed away, last weed, In TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. The attention of the writer has been '

wm"irchnsed by Mr. Farns-: encbored. and clarify the blood. Run down sys. the Jacksonville hospital. lie was a called to the supposed success of consolllatlon .

tems benefit particularly and all the usual /great sufferer from consumption and The following are the times of arrival in Minnesota and the Dakota

"* Will l>e Hitter. attending aches vanish tinder its came to Florida for his health, but failed The condition In those latitude. are so
ot!, 'hrrtell 10 December; Just Fight and rffectlvenes and departure of passenger train to and the condition of In
sown will In closing their searching thorough rapidly the pant few weeks and died before different from thlnps
ll
'' "Pendent what was Those who continual persist recommendation Electric Bitters Is only (.oc.) and that is teaching his! home and mother .In from Tltusville: milder climate and especially that of

I by Arthur Jennings ears against the New Discovery for returned If It don't give perfect satisfaction New York. aocvawrsca.t..av.s this state, that tine one can not be cited
:
1 It!toh' pride vigorous patch, in which of Dr. King's will have a Jong and Sitter Guaranteed by all druggist; Blair'. I I" ltnTlll rnr Miami sad I I:It p m a* an example for the rest to follow. '
the of cottage rapidly
OD grounds Connnmptlon, filling
up.
.
Lac e' If not ended --- ---- intermediate point / I lit a at Deep snows, sudden changes, low and
lib tight with tbeir troubles Mr. and Mr*. J. A. Bouford, of Asbe- with blizzard
fatal termination. Read what OraTing vllle, N. C., have been guest at Blair 1'0aTII80V.D. dangerous temperatures,
by
lennnngs' earlier
Luc'l who II In charge of T. n. Beall Mi., : cottage the past week and left for )Miami L.*..TI\a..me for .kllOa.l1Ie I 9i2A a m weather following, make school atltn-
I a < "bha* has taken unto "r fillllmy wife had yh.yptom Praying haaUore of mill lads promptly Monday. Some Philadelphians are expected Dad lot rmwll t point a, J I set p raTUnnrlll lance uncertain and Irregnlar, and the

Thl1.te. Miss Ida Be" of ltu- of'"nsumpTlon. She took Dr. Kling's attended to. Meet all train. Store about the first of January. Tb for tfenford 7 CII amArriv..TIIUSflll.from little one and the girl cannot attend at
were ftanford such time notes such family preparedto
? married UJMp.nA
I ? on TburaIra. New camehatgonceelse/ had wood for sale at all time cottage I* popular on account of the excellent .
+" take their children to and from school
.hekson.ll1e. Dec. and ;
and I on failed. Improvement F.. II. HOLTKX: TJtn.v l1e. home table and a most delightful
Mo'n\ at :Mrs;JenllJngs were given bottles entirely cured her." Oa'r inn parlor. Costly :MUtake. or provision I I. made that certain men
the home four who have team are employed do
of the groom' Price 1 80c, and
Jf r' and Mr. 8. Jenoln"., of anteed by all druggists.: To Musicians. Blunder are sometime very expensive. this for the schools at the publlo expense.
.roe 1.n '1.00, trial bottles. free. Occasionally life Itself I. the price of aralitak and sometime
Saturday evening and STOP IT.-A neglected cough or cold 4omtlme two more
hearty congratulation. A baritone born for sale nearly new; may lend to serious bronchial or lung ., bat you'll never be wrong If team.lII'e thus employed In a large din

OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WALe cost $25.00: ; will sell for .I .OO. Can be trouble. Don't take chance beo.J'o- lOG take Dr. King/ New Life Pill for rlct to take the school children to and

kIdn
be '' and Bladder trouble, can by boat owner. In the United SUte J.R. WALKER: 4 Co., enmity from aerlon-.effects of a cold. or Bowel troubles. Thy are gentle yet the same a* the rest of the school.
.
.d o8J Pte. by the OM of Fo- PrIce $ .00 and $3.00 each at the Ar TltosvlUe, Fl*. Sold by B. B. Wilson Hon. thorough.. 2>o, at all drag store A. V. UJIC CK:.
are. vocaTB office, Tita7ille, FU.


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE DECEMBER 25. 1903.Corn .

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"' rl..bt' tb. BMSTworm In \Vlnt.r.Llaud Florida East Coast i Ry.

\ picking/ In often urged as most
.
I effective the, when bagworm practicable the well in known combating LOCAL TIME CARD No. 51.! In Effect DE C. 15Thme I

must have a sufficient'supply ofPotash petit on the arborvltic. ADd winter ,
IyYy e ourmiouNO-READ DOWN.
work In this line Is not only possible, r NORTH90U..__ -. ,\
but It I( is the best. The curiously constructed No.89 No.2J! STATIONS. I Na.03 7lI.r. -,

cocoon, or "bag," Is readily Dall y. .I_p :i). No.1'1
recognized and secured as It bang --
74 .. p d0 00 a L.v.. ...... .......Jsokannvllle. ....... :... Ar vN '
fastened usually on the upper branch- ,. .10011.. ......... ........II..J""k.on"UI..L'::: suaat30pii ;':
In order to develop into a crop. en. soN e 'C pe1116a ....... .........8r..Alljlu.rlo.e.. .... ....... x7BueO, a.I .P
p ell 64.. ............... ...... H..tlD".. .. .... .....: : :: : II fa :.: : tQ p
No amount of Phosphoric 1 g4 ,e I"I' '' ... ....K.I'.IMk... .... .. ,. .. ... .118 .. .ofip a
Acid Nitrogen can The Almond. .s i .1f -p .:: .Op Ar... .. .. .... ....... 'alatka.. ... .. L. o n 6r
or compensate I. The almond Is a favorite dessert nut IN C;rI all 43 ,. Lv. .. .. ... .... .. .n V..I.tk" ... .. .. Ar e 7 W &: nie PIi.f
a
for a lack of potash in in thin country. By tar the larger i' '" .i n P .. .. ........ .. .. ) ate, .,... .. .. .. ,. va- 0 I
consumed Is (III.. Lv. ... .. .. .. .11.." M.I.o .. .. . .. ,.AI' .7.r : P O'
fertilizers [for part> of the almonds supplied atd .. .. ............ sees _. .. .. .. .. LvtsneA C 10y'!
1 by France Italy and Spain. California M 1 / r.. m.r .......................B unnell....... .. .. .... r ';' ::Ir 'i3t
grain and all / however, ban grown the aim. D' A 3S tOO p ...... ........... llupunt. .... ... ... ... /, 1
. ...Ormond '"juP
l other crops]. and successfully, and the output of this Z1C ,1 Up II p ...... ........... Day tons .. .. ... . a'I'[' '.,', 19: ''
t crop is Annually Increasing. .+ .JI. r 03 P.1 63 p ....... ... ..... ..Part. Orange. ... .. .. . i III" 3
.. a ii 17a.lllp..N.. ... 801y'..a. .. .. ..... . .. ',,711Pt1140a PI'
W. fthull ba glnrlto !! a 1831,. ............... ...t Oak IlII .. .... .. ... .. f lIPIii'
nnd free to any LIII. of the Valley.IJlirs fI =' Ha.SH p : ..... ... ........... .Tlt11lVll1e........... .. .. ..a Jr I'
; :.1 Se a a 3 67 p .... ......... ... Ocooa .. .. .... .... . 2 s) ac, % P ;
7" fnrm.ruurlndebookwbichcontnin of the valley ore very easily l 110. r iSa a S 10 I' ....y,.... ......... ..Rnokledge.. ............ .. . r : ai, 17Dp
i valuable grown and the gurden Is really Incoiu i e 110..671' ...................JD.u O..UI.. ..... ....... .J9aa. la
la formut ion plete without them. They are plantedany C:: z ii ...I. 460D ..........Melbourne....... ...... .. e21ua ,127f 124P
a a 121 a.6 11 p ........ ..debastlan .a 1
about soil culture. time-from November onward. I :: 13 p :...............,.. tlt Lu" le. ..... ........... ... flY us a e,11 Ill W.l ?"
I ) : 13 p .... .............. ."t. I'loroe. .. .. .. ..... .. . .12 80 aU 1J oia
OERHAN KALI .WORKS, .8 .iln'r 8 17 I' ......................TJbb.... ......... ........ ... ..IrlaJ8 a& fit M1 So( ;
Windfall .. .......... ... ....Eden's
93 N..MU St., New York. The Is one of the new I C-. 'Ii! S448a.I66p.I' .......... ......... Jensen.... .. .. .. ... .. If 19ouneliaa'I ill16p,1091aY' '
Opalescent np- Tri-Weekly Sailings f 4.D7a a ? 00 .... ..... .... .8tuar' ... .. .. .. ill 41
.J.. 5 S 118. f aan., ....... .......'HoheBound.. ... ..... ,. .. .. t1110ptV4B.P et r..
pies.for i .1i00. 49p........... ... .WeetJupiter.... ,,. ..... . .n03pIOIJi.
lice &
woolly aphis, or on apple 0 11'1a. 0.0 ....... ..,......W..t p..lm
S s .10 SO
Free andAccented tree roots dig plenty of tobacco dust BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling 1" 86.a160p II .. ........... ..1'.110 "Desch. ... .10 2) 1,1 I, V a 00,
= J ao7aelSip..:..................JJllynton. ........ ....'.... ... ..021p'8no IIOI,
around the tree.
the soil
.,mmA\ Masons. Into is i .. ............ .. alb h
The growing and shipping of fruit at Charleston, both ways) ... ..Pt.'Lauderdale.. .. .. ... ........ ,..810"p a.a 7 00&
r w... .716aa/36p.................... IInllandala..t 113 ,. e
trees Are extensively engtl '% l In on the the ...... ..... ....... ) n r 4'off /
........... Lemnn CIt, ... 7 t7 aIIT' .
No. Oznrk plateau of southwest Missouri./ The Finest Steamships in Coastwise Service Ar.... ..... ... .. .. .Miami., .. .. .. .. .. .. .... I.. 141) PSCIIFDULES .abet: '
Indian
jifisfraKiL
The new process of duet spraying Is OF BRA.NCn LINES.

River "TilSKSr Trtusvllle said to have proved very successful The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. -- -==-=-:

with wCl'ltt'rn.New. York fruit growers. Direct borvlce Between 8A.NI'ORD: OBANG CITY BRANCR.

Lodge. / \ Florida. What\ cnn bo handsomer In the cornerof Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. o, SxArtove. o. a No. I No, [ 8TATto- Na
\ Hol day. of wuih. month, a" thulr roofii Indian River! loaded' down with (Calling at Charleston S. 0. both ways) ifob4N ,....,,,, t uerf .........Ar .43 60 1 1fT ,
Hotel Tltns 'Ills, at T;o'olook p. in. letter pear tree Id sILv. .......... ........... Sip 88 SIP all! 10a!Lv..N. 8m'rn..A lilt!.
fi-itlrf.. .. SEMI-WEERLY SAILINGS (8 53 ...... .... Oateen ...........Ar fll 5ra S 414p oil :tie L.,. Lako Hollo An .
T. II. Bunder' Wor hl|>riil Master. Bniithhound' ... .... .. ... .... .... . . .. . .. .. '" ... ...... ...fromLewlawharfR.atonNorthbnnnd ,8 66 aILv...,...... .......... all OOa a 416p ..II l 8"I&II.v O.anal City Aria! 110pi
11'. A. Morgan Honlor Vn rdeu.. There is lima said about apple boxes . .. . ..... .. .... ... ............from. foot of Catherine Street, Jackaonvllli all 81) .. .. . rd. ,. .. .Lv.1080, a430i.allt.Ar" 12.L"i'! '
M, ft. Ham,Junior Warden _
this than lnst..Iut there are more
Treasurer.J. year
M
J.. K. Walker IHxon, Secretary boxeR being used just the same remarks St. Johns River Line.- No.23 No.2S No.n No.n MAYPORT No. 18 No.20\Nlund.
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F.J. M t..lllauk.Taylor.' Senior,l IHnioon., the Country Gentleman.A Clyde nnl.., Sunday"nly. I Dally. 01"Dlllly. Sun I DRANO. Dally Dally. lei I ,

I It. .:. MlinM. Junior Deacon... Maryland grower finds no advantage (D Bary Line.) ............J..bo..m..Ar ;; -;;" ,
H. Walton Henlor Ht ward. a 100 010 ]Oa. 5 30 p dLr '0HI pi ;
C. I'
A. A. Stewart Junior Steward. In getting melon seed from a BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. 108 I' 010 19 a. 5 88" 8 S 08 a Lr............. Jutsendlla....... .As ... .... II 7 1\2 u ,131 ti." :
1'. W.llooertH. Trier.K. different locality and soil. Ills own Stopping at Palulka, Actor, BC. Franol. lI erenford(DeLand), and intermediate landing .0401., .10 lIa.! 8 30 r" 8 IIV.. Ar. ...... ._ ..PabloD..b..... .. .L, ... .117 :'" ) '
M. Wooum, Marlial. o.the tit..Iobu',| Kiver. f 146 I' flU &ill a f 116 p f 8 81 a Ar...._.. .....AWnue Baah.. . L' ... .. f 7 11 e"f a 11p t:
I .- _- --_ elected stork l I.< mont satisfactory STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSON VI LIE." U I all p 811111. a 8 ao p a 8 6U ..I Ar. ... ...........,p..L' T OIl a s 14J p'J,

YOU KNOW WHAT YOU \KK TAKINO I*appointed to sail. a* follow: Leave Jacksonville. flumlnys' Tiiemliiyn and llumdays,3 taO p.m. Time Table. *show the timeR at whloh train.may be et uted to 'arrlvo andd
THE DAHLIA FAD. When you take Urov 's Tasteless Chill ReturnliiK, leave Sanford ftlouday, Woilnuiiilay and Krlilaya. 9kla. in. from the several stations, but their... rival departure at the time itnted li not UI'II''
Toulo because the formula l Is plainly North( nor due the Company hold HaeK respunlble for any delay or any aoUdtHiuance arnini"t
bottle that It Is tloutb-Uouu.I SCHIiIULE: Read from. ___
printed on showing UI"
B4j .ebodr In. Galnie lo Make Money every Read down I
11 Or/gleating New V.rletle.. Imgly Iron and! Quinine in a tasteless Leave. 3 311 p. III. ... ... .. .. ....... ..JOOiii vI le. .. . .. ..... . .. \rrlvQ 91q a. an PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT NIA6
foi'ni. No cure No pay. oOota. Leav.I 4a ........ . .. ...". ....l'al..tkL. ... .. ... ....... . ... .....veI 00 p. an'
The first exhibition of tho New Bed- Leave. 3 tlO) a.1.11I.in. .. . .... ... .. ... .. Aotor ... .. .... .. ..r. .. lbate 2: 30 p. tu1Meve + MIAMI-HAVANA LINE DIRECT.
Horticultural New Bedford S'orane. ........... ....... '''raoel" .. ... ... .... ... Leave 1011 p. m llaave ,
foird gocluty. Well AUuKlt-J to .30 a. m. I
j. Cold .. .. ....... .. .Itoree urd We Land) .. .. .. .. ...... ...Leave l.JIHI: nO'D' Effective from Miami, Fla., Thursday Dooember 171908.
2'tI 01111., was u decided BVICCCHH.Tbere The Iowa experiment: station notes .. .... .... .. .. ........ Stonforcl.. ... ...... .. .... Leave 931la.m.
, Arrive 8311a.lII. ..... .......... .. ..... .... ..............
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I were dome very line groups of the wonderful adaptability of t'aWealthy ., Arrive 10.011.. m. ... .. .. ... . ....Ioot8.I'rJ. ... .. .. ... .. .. . Leave 10ooa. m.Gen'l Lea_ MtMnl. Triurndayi and Sunday toArrive a) ,
Monday..7
H .*ana, Friday unit
swtet and Fiimeuso apples to cold ; l .. .. Q ... 4 n
decorative plants a few utters and Ticket Office, 2O4 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. Leave Htrana. Friday and Monday
pens gladioli etc., but It wee pructl- storage purposed. From a tent made Passenger Arrive Mloml. Saturday. ; land T ueaday..I: :::: : :: : :: :: : :: :: :: : a ;

tully a dahlia nhow) writes 'u corrcupondent la the fall of 1K! >2 It lI'emll. ncoordlnfi n.r.Cool-Kit M. I IRONMONGER, Jr., Local Frt.A,Ja, Aunt.Jarkaonvllle..Gen. J'ann. Afrt.O. P.gel L.OVKLL Went Ilav SuperlnMmluat St.. .lacksonvllle.Jacksonville.Flaw : MIAMI-KEY WEST LINE.

to Unrdenlnn. The people to the statlon's report, that the Wealthy Boot Hoitan St.. Jackannvllln Fla.A. 1 otlv. from Miami, Fla., Tueiday December ID, 1903.

had eyes for nothing but dahllus. $!: ev. could easily be hold until March 1. .THKO.O. HAOKRTV.O. F.OICIOeneral Oen'l Kait'n Pan Mauaxer.. AKtVNew:( YorK.WM.CLYDB f CLVUK M1I.XE Oon.CO.Frt., Ganoral Att.( ,>few Agent York. Leave "'-'a. Tn"*day*. Thursday and Saturday... ..... .. ... ... ... ......... .. t dh) ,
eral dahlia Bpeciallsts from out of HHnipleH examined by prominent hoes ChenebrouKl llulldlnif. ID State St., Opposite Hattery Park New York. Arrlv Key WeetTuesday..TherldavicudSaturdays. ... ... ..... .... ........... Dmave ,
the'Btlllp Wet. W -dneiday. Friday and Sunday............. ............... ..,... 710 ,
lIUI'lnJan K:
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town brought In grand collectloim es- ticultm' of / C. II. 'VA[ TON. Agent Tltmvllle, Fla.IflanticloasTLlne Arrive.* ml. Wednesday, Friday sod Sunday...... .. ............... ....... ... 7kAn ( I
0clally; tine in the caotim section uary and Kebrnnry were pronouncedtobe
TVtlc-h opened tho eyes of some of the equal In quality to any Wealthier addlatoa to above Steaznahlp will be operated! between Key Wed,

ilower; growers here. Our florists ,have they ever nte. In the markets on account Havana .. follows! t

much Attention to growing of color nnd quality they will\ iyTThe Leave Key Weal Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ..... ...... ..... . ........... Ill ;
not paid l .inlni Hanna.ll'ue.day.l Tliilmlij ..aelB.lurday. ....... ........... .. ............t N.
Uu hi Ian. considering them coarse, common sell with the Jonathon' and \Vlnenup.

flowers not worth bothering with. After March 1 they became "mealy." II MIAMI-NASSAU LINE.

not after seeing such noble flowers : Effective from Miami, fla., Monday I>*o mV.r ""1008.

i Dud delicate colors aa were shown here The Wintergreen. Great Through Car. Line from Florida. Leave 1m..I.Deeem"."81. 84 and 01. ... ........... ...... .... ...... ... .... ..11 OIl II
this and after finding that there The wintergreen in an all Reason year IK In Bectlons whoii TO Tilt; EAST. .1 Leave Arrive NfMHKit a.D4Mmb 8M Sfl and January fl.,.e........ ....... ......... ........ .... II),..
hundreds of Mower cranks looking light to country >.VS .. .. .. .. .... .
Ir I lire thencevia "rdTellt. Deo mbe '94,37 and January II... ... .. . .. ... <00Bftectlve
and
" tot the new and choice varieties and It KTOWB./ Th" tender spring/ shoots arelooked Over Its own rails to Savannah Jdiarlowton, Richmond Washington .
the Pennsylvania Kallroad. : : from Miami Fla., Monday January 4, 1904.Leave
The older leaves
for piijrerly. govery
wlllUitf to good prices for them '
pay well d'irinx summer and fall antiwe Mlmal. Monday and Thuradayi ................ .... .. ............. ......II OG p
. Homo converts Intro been made and TO TIIK WKST.' Tu."rfny4 and Frldar. .... ..... .......:...... .. .. ........ ...... ..... lOG I
.' the Importance of the dahlia felt. have often found them ncivptnble The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. K. r Leave Arrive Nsai.WedneedayaandSaturdaye.NamMU.. ... .... .. .... .. .. .. .. ... ..... ... H> ".
There promise to be a dahlia cruzo when dug out tl'OIlllllIh'f the anovr Arrive Miami Thursdays and Sun...).. ... ..... ....... ...... .. ... .. .. 110'

J throughout the country. Someliody Is The pink berries'are sold to some extent TO THIS EAST VIA S'UAIUSIIIP.:
for New York I'lilladeMliia, Bos Jhr of Local Time Card or other Information mldren anj Aaron
going: to make money originating new during the fall Hurul New York. Yin Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company copy

varieties. The people nre always wantIng er. ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore. Baltimore Via Savannah J. D. RAHNER, Aast. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE, rLI
, something new. When things get and Merchants' and MltjeiV Tranaporttalon Company (or -
and Philadelphia.
cianmon they lose' their Interest In

them. Time was when everybody was TO KEY WEST' AND HAVANA. w

crazy over chrysanthemums. Is there Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company ,
t not a flue chance for any number of

\ intelligent and enterprisingflorists to Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points
exorcise their brains and shill in orig.a .

inating"new varieties In nil kinds of MILEAGE< : TIClU TS.

, plants that the peoplo can grow? The Interchangeable mileage/ tickets stood: over 13,000 miles of among the principal -

I; leaon, then to be learned from this y r railroads In the southern states, are on mile by the principal agents. .

flrftt show of the New lledford IlortlcUlturnl t For reservations and information apply to agents of the A. C. 1*., or write,

. society IK to cultivate dahlias x FRANK C. IJOYLSTON, Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK Trav. Puss. Agt.

J snit! also cultivate flower crunks. 138 West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE FLA.

K i lit H. M. EMERSON: Tronic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Oen'l. Pass. Agent.
. llortlraltarl.il Together, Jj ( WILMINGTON, N. C.
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The following horticultural societies .. .L.
wBL bold meetings at oho places and touvln

litter nameil SE:: 1L:B.A. 1 JrANX'C'ITr

MUoourl.: Columbia............... Deo. 1-8 .
'. .MUmeBOta Minneapolis. .......... Uuo. 1-4 1 >f fe !1'ARRI3
Virginia Pulnskl, City............ I>eo. 2.8 AIR RAILWAY.FOR
LINE
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Indiana, IiullunapolU.............. .Deo. 2, 3
i Iowa Do Maine. ............... Dec. S-ll
<:.", necllcut. Hartford .......... .L)ec.Vraitern S
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"\ Nurserymen KanHuaMly. r

I Mo .. .. . ..... ........... Deo. 15llUnolii. {Si 4'O'
Chumpaliin' .................Deo. 1618K&neaii.
Top..k..l. 28-31: CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES RICHMOND ARtaf%
SAVANNAH COLUMBIA
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Now York Fruit. O..neva..Jan. 0, 7 .Q rQ1J1

. New Jorney Trenton.. ... .........Jan. 7.8 A WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PIHL'ADELl'IIIA. NEW YORK f COLIJ
r ftl&ryluml. flail imore.. ...........Jan.11.15 -_.< .._----d-- ,

Eastern Nurserymen. Roches 20 Don't forget the old man
ter. N. y.J"n. cfJ1lJl
....... Jan. !WPnnlnauln. with the fish his back.
Rt> .. ZO-23:
CnmbrUlue. Md..... Jan.
Western New York. Rochester. ..Jan. 27, 23 For nearly thirty years he yUl
Seaboard Mail. Foes
Carnation, Detroit. .. .......... March has been traveling around the Seaboard Express NA y ,
III..March 20
JhliiM. Valley Apple Qulncy
1 Florida.( Jackaonvllle............. May world, and is still traveling, MODERN PULLMAN EQUI1'MEYT. SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN p
........... Julya -
Texai. College Station ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.
A <*>rirln. Tnllulah Fall.Aug. bringing health and comfort 1's $
Apple Shipper. St. Ix>uta. AUK. 4 # ,
American Florlifts. St. Lou In....Auc.. 17. 21 wherever he goes. tJ
i 8 hers Numerymen, Anhevllla.N. To the consumptive he For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent
C..... Au.. M. mj write ::;;SotfllLLE
I Tho place of the next meeting of the brings the strength and tlesh Seaboard or ToRAILWAY

j \ f Ailwrlcnn) Nirrseryuion's association he so much needs. A. O. MACDOXELL: As.t Gen Pass.' Aqt. |3. C. BOYLSTON, Pass. Agt.
"
I writ bo Atlanta. To all weak and sickly JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA WASHINGTON NEW YORK ASHVILLE and

children he gives rich and and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS N. C.
r Lnytni 1)own Raapberry c......

Have ready ,some long, stout poles strengthening food.! r CINCINNATI. CHICAGO i "THE LAND OF THE SKrfThe ,

and some short strips of boards Bharpena.1 To thin and pale personshe .' Country.
\ at one end. Saw oft the ends of n Th. NORTH and WEST... Sapphire
firm flesh and
t nt the hoards sunsly. 1'rwis gives new
be( poles to Caras.
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N.weel D..Igaa >1a'
length of the canes, rich red blood. lea
dawn a poles verltahledmgnnofill-health Itlosvealnltspet4 Pnllrnan Can s.Too DM/.
who first the mot. physical wrecks than probably On All T..I. e
Children saw e ease pei nllar10Amerlcana any other one di*.

old man with the fish are now of the WHY malady? blmply the .h,lcm.site 1.apnn the ant Indication SOUTHERN RAILWAY H. "CJMT. PI. w ,.....ctru-A

J quinIne.ortbedcpdiminent-.calomel with loa W. Bar Stra*. Jacoovnu, Fl*. ft
I ,41S+lta \ and have childrenof "**a
: group Uoeessaryelthe t Do r.it. St. Dan'roue. It fen'1 at al( W.A.Tw... P.T. It, '" ..hl" n.D.C. 8. H. H.._ 0...A,* J ,
their own. IlepanttlrWpguar.alaa W... H. Tanoa. A. 0. ...A.. Attaa 0.- J

1 ll le stands: for Scott's Emulsion BERBINE
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uuiuy: DUSH_ bpeeves?sad -
TOM oil-a -
rUOfIWTI0N of pure cod liver raaxt.svivccar any fora or matarta it --- -- -- -- --- -- ---

die In a board at each end of the delightful food and a natural amend aiom.i t Loy..t all m. vtrnar antNla.cowualti.eYI b. BAthe NNER 8 A LV E FoJL.'J- 110I1 rt: tTt;'

wIre nail t.oubIs. ..
and drive n stout .Vt'r'
pvh tlQroutflt each board into the ends of tonic for children for old folks SOoperbottle, AU Dru.ala., most healing salve in the world. cw<-ft <""''.'; __

the poles. Then take another pole' and for all who need flesh and ,S t1' 1

livogtli. The cut shows the met hOt! of strength.SCOTT. JOB PRINTING OFFICE
MVenlng down the canes. The same THE ADVOCATE

pales can be used year after ;ye r.- & BOWNE. Chemist.
Pearl Street NawYork.
4OO-4I5 !
alttdruggl.t.( KCD CItOSS PIl \U3IACY. .boYI olEce>
American Agriculturist. Oo.andllol.OUa AU kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 25. 1903. _
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I close to my COCOANUT OllOVE. oirlHSOAYNC DAY. ,
TITUS M.E. I with n Trnllet thAt sung
A Siagecoacl1mance right eitiid WII" prf>!Iuln', to ftre
- !'i. I **<>-tpcd Into the coach and Cocoanut
ptzr: :E:J-CVE:R: :SCOTBZ.' n/rn UM/ trlr, \\ told the driver to 'move ODe THE PEACOCINN, ilIaoayne ilny.n.

ON-TliK-iyblAN-IUVKH. The la"t thing 1 h 'ur" was. : The Peacock Inn la the most southern hotel on the mainland of the United I'
'OOf>C.U.y. sweetheart!' States Open all the year. Situated oo lilscayne Bay, at Cocoanut Grove
TITUSVILLE, (Orlelnal.] E\.t<:t.yS n, T'ORTEn.Iln. Fla. Finest climate In the State. Hunling, Fishing Boating Headquartersof
Yacht Club. Rendezvous of sportsmen and yachtsmen in
FLORIDA. We were np' <>aklug of old stagecoa< BIscayne Bay
Write for terms and Illustrated booklet.
Biscay no flay
days, when po.' .. to Make a Chrl tm o BvllTo G. F. SCIINKIDKR Proprietors
," mild n uit-mber of the par- make Christmas bell use two n os .
J. G. BAST, Propriety a - --- -- -- ----
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ty. "pvoiJe dour travel. Tbcr step into muzzles' fur n foundation fastening tbe
1lT g' an elegantly furnished apurtuiot top of one a little! way; up Into the ("('n. OULANDO.
i'' DUCK SHOOTING. go to bed and the next morning woke ter of the other to give; the prop'"

f s and FISH IN Iw I up at their. detitluatlou.: Formerly when length, to /he boll. Fill this solid SAN JUAN HOTEL ORLANDO, FLORIDA.
cue stepped into a stagecoach henrd: with moss nnd then trim with bol1y 1
Rates: (2 50 per day. berries and a bit of mistletoe.: A cal '
the driver's whip crllck.'aUlI was jolted .
1yY w $10 and $12 per week. along a luwpy road day and night for II \lily; makes a pretty; clapper Suspe NOW OPES .n
the bell by scarlet ribbons.
wetk-thut was tra\t'liug. Bottlilea, tlaviiualntauct's : '
Electric Elevator l 1- Rooms With"Baths. S
JACICSONVILLE. attachments, wedding How to Whiten Cloth.
that resulted (row being so clone A tnblespoonful: of turpentine boll>d For rates write,

INDSOR IIOTEL . thrown tOIlt'therltell ;you there WIlS with white clothes will greatly aid the HARRY L. BKKMAN, I

romance In stagecoach traveling""Would whitening procesn. Owner and Proprietor. :
JACK80 VILI.E'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S like to hear one of tbem
you .
T. \ R(FST! AND RKST VK R-KOTTVn' HOTFT l'OIUIWICP8T' asked a graybeard in tbe A Thrilling Story. -- --- -.- -- _- --- -- - -- -. - -- ----- --

corner re>n>ovlu { a cob pipe from his A good story is told of u stutterli ; NI31V YORK

e. -: .., mouth. plebe at Annapolis who was accost
.' ,- ":-'<"" Tile advocate of the stagecoach looked by an upper class man and ordered I to.
somewhat taken aback; the other. all tell him a story; and to "tell It quick,'
culled for the story. The plebe started In as rapidly; as bls Hotel Marlborough

"It was afore the Union Pacific was excited state of mind. would permit' ,
built and I was goln to Frisco IBtiiKO. about as follows 'I-I-I-I-was w-w-
I got Into the old wood and dro walking down the road a-a-a IIlittlewbUe Broadway, HOth: and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. .I'
and leather trap, thlukln I was the ago-n-n-n-n I met-met-met n.up-( 400 Room 200 bath room Lighted entirely with electrIc lights. Conducted ':
he w-w-wi. Ainerlcnn and European plans, and Is managed under the personal J
on ,
only; pasaongvr, anti tuk the back sea ; per class man n-n-n-n; ,,j jE.
T TIYe.Tf but, lookln up' suddenly, I saw one .a the pertlest gala a-nlttln' on the fore the b-b-buck an' said 'Hello 0111!

e 1fl _pi neat n-faolu ices, ye ever see. She had man!* n-n-n I was .-..110 excited aDo
a head of flaxen hair made Into a rope happy I-I-l-I fell dead."
r bruld long enough to bung a jay bawl Hotel Yendome nrol\dwIIYand41et Street,

er with, her cheeks were a rosy; re"d. Favorite Family Keiiietly. NKW: YOUK: CITY.
i + Jr! and her'eyes were like the twin lakes< Frequent accidents ocburln the hous ,

i back of Geoigetown Colo. house, which cause burns, outs, nprnli FIREI'KOOF. ::100> rooms, single: and en .suite, with private baths and tolle
L m "Waal, now. It ,wasn't to be supposed and bruises; for use In such cases, lit rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Uood rooms H.ftO; large rooms *J: ; and with
Sd.rte that I, a guy bird of twenty-five, wall lard's bnow; Liniment pastor many yeRra private bath -2.50: ( per day and upwards. The management Is under the per
to ride with a bull middle aellt been the constant favorite family rom soual supervision( of the owner. FRANK GKUKN, Manager
a-goln
dy. 25o, 50o and $1 at Wilson &/; Son'sflow ;; fp
and bloomla gal of'nine .
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teen. It wasn't moi-e'n bolt an hour to Head Christmas ull...
atore I had her on the back seat, with Never scud u Chl'IIItmastIft wlthoi <>JR: S LE-
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OWNER AND PROPRIETORS.
AGE A CULLENS, my arm around her waist to help bel' your; card or some menus of Identlflcitlou. .
over the bumps. She fought might; People do not like to have thE'lr -- .

8by. lookln' sideways out'n the oft wit- pleasure tempered with mystery, IIlIyl Hotel, with Seven Cottages and 10
der and kep' tellln' me that I otightn the'New York Woild. Engraved eal'thlire
OVAL H OTELJ'JACKSO VILLE, FLA. to make love no! suddvnt and all that always In better tuvte than thOM!! Acres of Land.

All the same she 'poan-d to like It, allli written by hand Written laesnagi
I kept It tip. I noticed that she looke on un t-n;:rn\ed curd ure ieruilDsIbl "
worries, and when I tole her bow I when siMidiiiK 1tIft to a relative chitfmnto
loved her and would give my life tor 11'h'ml.( A grl'ptln/l-IIOI/ I'rr.v -/si
Opposite postoffioe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- her she 'poured to doubt me. The ChrlHtuiiis" or "Season's (treetlngH I ."

when I swore I'd kill any one who when tiHitl U written on the upper\ pal -.

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally! conducted .. dared lny a finger! on her she got cont- of the face! of the ('al'l.I'hl'n Rlinpl; I ...
dentin and told her story. She said sti a date In. used us "CliilntiuiiH. UH13"
was a-fleeln fruui a brutal stepfather: Vki'lto It lu the lower left hand cornet; ,
Rates $2.V per day and up. who was pursuln' her on n trumped up It Is customary for gentlemen to nc-

charge to glt tier inter his hands. 'In company their gifts with engrave *
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor.. that bag,' she said 'I've got some of tbe curds bearing no !Inscription. Chris. :I WI.%;F r '
fortune my poor father left nio.'nnd 1 mRS gifts should! ulwuys be neat(,>' ,
can get to Frthro I'll find his old lawyer wrapped In (pel'feetly fresh paper an! ,

West Bay aod Cedar Streeta. and he IIlIre' daintily tied with a nice\ bit of trlnlC, : ,
STHOREL&HD HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. "I jest pulled\ my; weapon around and or narrow ribbon In sending a gift In I
told her I had six bullets fur that step town even to ono's next door nclgl. :

fn th'l'. bar; employ; a messenger or a ser.vunl; ; ,
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened "When we was n-pullln' up to the never n member of the family If It can .

Lust relay to change houses wo saw I n be avoided. Always plan as nearly n. ".
1 this season. Fine cooking( and good; table. Hot and Cold Water tJ wr
dozen mounted men wnltln'. The '(tal possible to have u Christmas gift renSl bIts I

Batlm. Elevator eto. Five, minutes from any wharf or depot. All turned pale. 'Say I'm yer sister,' shKttfKHl. destination on, Christmas day. Better ,
| Ono of the men rode to the the afternoon or evening than tb ..

street cars pass the door. Hares, :$:..I.on to $2.i: 50 per day. stage ;:nnr. poked n cooked' revolver In night before
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at the winder and looked nn over Ho T u rr-1 ri Cure.K i I
Mrs A. J. WALKER Proprietor. "
"hilt'" yer name? he asked me.
"'Tliomas Winter' II. Foster 318 S.2d street, Bait: I.akoCity Located at 8 A UNO. three quitters oi a mile south of EAU QALL1K, FLORIDA .
rites "I have been! bothered mile from the Indian Illver'and\ two
'The gale: : on the Eau Oallle River, less than half a
213: West Ray St. "''MYlIlltl/r. llollle Winter.' with dyspepsia or Indigestion for Z\: )1.1111 i. end a half miles from the Ocean, The property Is two hundred miles south of I

ie e Everett Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. "lIe turned away and I beard bin and, have butt tiled have many found doctors a euro In without)lei blne.I rlief Jacksonville, on the Florida East Coast Hallway, with the Railroad\ Station adjoining .,'

tiny to the others, 'lie ain't aboard.' recommend It to all my fileixls, win the property, Buildings erected In 181)0) and some of them have never t
Then to the driver: 'We're look In' fur are allllotod that way and it is OUI'lo")( wee occupied, the original owner having died a few mouth after their completion.The .
Centrally located. Thotougbly Repaired and Renovated one of the gang that robbed: the S-- them) too. f>0o at II. K. Wilson A Sou's. liotol was opened for about two mouths. prior to the owner's death, and
Newly Fuinlbhed. Rooms only. bank. Haven't seen no skulkers on th hall not been used since.' All the buildings were erected In the most substantialnanner
route, have yeT The driver told him hnndn't oak Wood. and are now In excellent condition\ \ The hotel and cottages are' completely -
.0. WIXANS, Manager. H. MASON, Proprietor. and drove on. TIle oak Is a historic woo il. As early furnished, and! very little of the fiimlturn has ever' been u,>e
---- -- -- ''''hnt luck fur yot4' I said to tin as the eleventh century it became the trtostan wells, twenty cisterns connected with sewer etc.
ST. AUOUSTIJfn gal mighty pleased that they hndn favorite wood of civilized\ \ Europe, and! The property cost the original owner flN,000''' nail will\ te sold at saarffloe..
troubled her. 'I reckon they're In thi specimens of carving and InterIor The above cut fairly represents' the property.
pay[ o' yer stepfather and made a put- Qnlnb have come down to us from tbat For particulars.. apply to or addiess,
teiiso of look In' fur the bunk robber.' early day, their pristine beauty enhanced EZRA F. HATCH. D. L. OAULDKN, WM. WAKNOCK,
yon6UitDTl16I ; 'Reckon they was'' she said, a-trein by the subduing anger of time Caretaker on premises Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner,

Win. The early colonists' brought with then tau Onllle, Florida. Tltunvllle, Flo. Jamaica, N. T d

'And If they had searched yer baggage to the shores of America their love for ---. - -- -- -- ----
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I A'IO AUGUSTINE FLORIDA and found yer fortun they mIght this wood, and here, too the oak acquired -
IITI! PUSTOFFCBandPLAZA' 'a'' thought ye one In cahoots will historical Interests. IF YOU WANT A...
pto't ovntral location In the ",It..,. Ktrictly' fireproof. Hluty tine rooin. well the robbers and lielpln' Vm away
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lurnUhoil. Rooms oul.,. Open November to June. Ad.I. .bo. with the plunder' Impudent Mnaealln Aii.umptloa.

-- -- 'It would 'a' been dreadful erabar- Mr.\ r"t'rgulIIOnWlIo..... character were Lot
JENSEN'. russlu,' she said sliudtlerln. you and Mrs. Tarrup discussing when .Building
"I tuk her In my arms and soothe I came In? .. ,

JEVSKN: FLA. :ier. She Just laid her head on my Mrs. Ferguson-What mncle you
AYSIDE INN, Centre of Pineapple Belt shoulder and nobbed. When we'd W'lIt think we were discussing anyhody'i 01' a Ilt'wltb, A mm.rHNO READY FOR OCCUPANCY

about five mile all of a suddeut she up character? LAND FOR AN ORANOB mOVE;
LtI/r UNDER NEW M AN AOEIENT.. a aDd said she was a-goln' to git out. 1 I Mr. I'erguHou noticed you were
1:holoe location on the banks of the Indian River. Near the ocean. Large tole her 1 thought; she waft goln to fled busily talking-that's nil.-Uxcbqnge.Tnklntf : PINKAPI'LK PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN: '
grounds with tropical foliage. Excellent fishing and bunting Terms, *:J lie lawyer! ut Frisco, but she said she Ve probably have for sale Just what you are seeking

to *:J ->(a per d"y. Special weekly rates. was a feu red they'd be after her agMu; cad Glvlnsr. Settlers ors flocking In but still there Is room. If you arc
CIIAS M. COSS, Proprietor. ihe'd better hide fur awhile afore goln "You can't," said the philosopher,
OIL I wanted stick to her, but she "take from a thing without making It looking; this way, drop a line to '.

WEST PALM 'IIEACH. mid she was under obligation enoughto less." JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rt Vlce.Pre.ldent.BLORIDA ,
tue and wouldn't Lear of It. "Oh. I don't know," the fool replied
"I well remember that partln. It "Have you ever tried taking a light EAST COAST: R'Y, -
evenln' and a new" moon was from one candle with another?"-Chi-
was ,
HT. AUGUSTINE: FLA.
otel "The Palms"WE81'PAUI BEACH, FLA. lelpln' out the twilight. We stopped cago RecordHerald.A :
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tbe stage, and both got out. There wm .
A uome-llke hotel, well appointed, giving the comforts without the cost the pi lothln but the forest on all sides I flm.th-I wonder what Br-wn intends Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association.(
tie more expensive ones. Fronting on beautiful Lake Worth, opposite tuk her band, and I said: to do with all the money; he got for 'j
B.Royal| Polnciana Hotel. White waitresses and cooks from White Mountains. those: historical novels he wrote.
'I I'm not goln' to desert the Net and Twine Co.
swnr The
Electric lights; and bells. Cuisine the very best. Kates. $2 to $3 per day. J-n-s-He Intends to travel. lie feel Chicago
PALMS West Palm Beach, Fla. ;;al I love In this cowardly; fashion. I'wa'Oln'
by the week. Address "THE ,
JspfcUl to stick= to ;yer through thick and that he ought to visit some of the place Manufacturers of-
'II b. wrote about Just to sew what they
bin. and the nex' party as stops yer
E PARK COTTAGE WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. have to face my shootln Iron.: ire like-Life.
"A puddcnt change came over her
ta'a'ments. *100 Reward I 00. .

Saw Open. Under new management. 'Ye blol>mln" galoot.' she said pall. The readers of this paper will\ :be'
Overlook Lake Worth. In. a revolver from her petticoats, "yer: pleased to learn that there Is at least one i
readed] disease that science has been
:oln on with that coach and I'm goln'
Transient Rates, $2 to $2.50: per day. In a different direction with the bank: .1 ble to cure In all Its stages, and that;!ls
ttarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the on- '
Rates. I'm and II1e
Special Weekly InivVrt I'm no gal; a man.
I, positive cure known to the medical M

MRS. IDA. B. BRUXER, Proprietress. nick don't I'll bore get Into hole that Inter stage ye, sartlnT mighty .raternlty.I disease, requires Catarrh constitutional beings; constituuooI treat-- is FISHING NETS and Netting: of Every crlptlon-0 c

"I was taken so dead aback that I tent. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken lnrnally > Dealers la Seine "I'wlne. Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc.J '
WEST PALM ACU. rood gapln' at the gal thlnkln' she acting directly upon the blood : Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.-
RANGE-SEMINOLE HOTEL was was a-playlo some game on me. and mucons surfaces of the system, I 79-81-8J X. Indiana St. Chicago, 111.
FLORIDA. I conMn't at once get on to It that them hereby destroying the foundation of I ...Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter..
eantifnl cheek., them flashln' the disease, and giving; the patient -
Frolltlng rosy
on Lake Worth. overlooking the Royal PolnclaI hair to rengtb: by building up the constitutionad We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's Association.
'res.. that flax belonged a mssstood
I MRS. OEO) C.: LaGRANGE, Manager. I with my head -throwed back. The. proprietors assisting nature have la so doing much Its faith work.InIta -

data Plan. $2.00 U. O and $3.00 day. Special low rate by week or 17 mouth and eye' open In ...tooJab.t. curative powers, that they offer One
per
4 andred[ Dollars for any cue that It
Accommodation 300. Open the entire year. Git Into the coach,' she said agmln. lalla to cure. Bend for list of testlmonlIs. AST! COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.
The maintained which made )'ye think I'm *oin* to let ye wait here Address". 11'. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo
same standard excellence of cuisIne to p'lnt tile way I got'Tht O. by druggists, 750. i all'.
the I. then OF JOB PRINTING.
LtGraoge-Colnmbia Hotel, Arverne-by-the-Sea L. "-} time she enforced her wont J".mI111'11" are the best. ALL KINDS .
*t renowned and patronized seaside hotel.
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, DFCSSB1i 25, 1903. -

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EVERYBODY'S FRIEND.The PROSPERITY IN TITUSVILLE. J. R. 'YALIU1R. H. B. )( CB. I t

ONE CENT A WORD, I, 1 1J
When the surrounding country of a 1' =
above is the title of J. Stlrllolr
It reflect Itself In R. WALKER & CO
Coyne'. English three-act comedy wblch< town la prosperous, .
Advertisement In' this oolama will I be was produced at the Opera house, Tltu" the business done In town; and that lathe .

Inserted at the uniform rate of Ond vllle, Monday evening, under the dire way of It In Titusville, now that the -DEALERS IX- ?J r
Word. No advertisement, hoi and must orange gl'oveRln this vicinity are bearing
Cent a tlon of Mrs. Rollins we aay
% ever small, less than 20 cents, rank 'in i that this lady deserves much credit lor< biff crops, Its seems to benefit almost Dry Goods
r r"As nil-nance etch intfrtlon. Orders for dl the manner In which it was execute everyone, either directly or Indirectly. ,
made In wrltlnj The Tltusvllle\ stores-which are some
continuance must be ( for the benefit of the Ladles' Progres f
ANCE Mend check, money order or stamps to lye Culturo Club Library. There was of the finest on the East Coast-are now Furniture
with those ,
ArVorATBTitusvllleKl frequently crowded at nights; rot
BART COAST quite a large audience,. and It in seldoi
le/ -.-. the people are more thoroughly ..ath.fledtnan who are employed picking and packing
/ ocoa..lon.The and as a result, considerable Shoes etc.
IF YOU WANT NICE CHRI3TMA, they were on the above oranges wonderthe
la ,
that It
no
toy for your thlldioa,\ go to the Itocl- play was admirably rendeiud, allJ money Is spent, so who have advertised in
lodge Curio vtoie. afforded scope for some excellent acting{ storekeepers
which was taken advantage of by the: these columns say they are doing a bigger AGENTS FOR- y
business this Christmas than for e
MIAMI: real tate( caste. The audience were complete
WADDELL: ell
E. A. .
from the rise 01 many years.Tearqtera "
wrapped In the plot
I'oal
clioico bits of
denier ha some CONTINENTALTAILORING
"WHAT CAN'T BE CURED aide Call him. the curtain In the first .act, to the are so busy It is difficult
for
ontatii upon clone of the third act. to got hauling done, as much of the fruit
MAY BE ENDUREDi While\ our space Is too limited to ghe is brought into Titusville from the CO.
TWO THOUSAND AMOOR RIVE] a lengthened report of the comedy, we suburbs and across Indian River for

you're Insured l, for then the wlpln S Til vet, $20.iK) per I.OIM); Strong: pl.iqti cannot refrain from giving: : the a.mo.touractols shipment, and the Southern Express Co. !

i I mtt out of your IIOUHO shop or factory by fire I.. CAMERON, the seedsman,Fla. who took part, some little paIRIng has been considerably rushed to keep up TilE BEST CLOTHES.
I*w moans only a temporary Inconvenience- Jacksonville, notice. with the volume of business.
your loss Is made good and you can start Mr. B. F. Ives, jr., as Mr. Felix Featl- Carpenters and painter have as muchas
afresh with the money any of our stannc Wanted to buy a naphtha launch, 20 erly, was quite In his element, and his they can do to attend to the buildingof John R. Walker & Go j
and sterling Insurance companies will i to 2.1: feet(long. Must be In perfect con. Interpretation of the role WAS exoellon new homes packing houses, boats,
pay you promptly on piouf of loss ditlon. Addreus, E. O. HAYLICH: lie had rather a difficult part, but he etc., and repairing, painting and decorat- TITUSVILLE.

2t Rockledge Fla.DON'T carried it through with much credit. Ipff. The E. C. I.. A S. Co.'s lumberyard .. --- .------.--- -, ---.-. ---. .
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Branning & Morgan Mr. A. M. Rogers as Mr. Icebrook, has Its hands full, filling orders this for -.-..-.-.--.-.......................................44,

10'\11.0 VISIT TUE ROCK the lover of a charming young widow lumber and orange box material; Frederick A. Morgan, Manager" : Whmton 8. Jir.mnb,_ i I', ,,' ,:
Fire andLife Inanranoo Agents, ledge: Curio store at Christina time as was quite ea fait, and took his friends by office has been rushed with job printing !: &:.B.Klnkewooil, 1togl.teredDrnggist. ""

TITUSVILLE: FLA. special prices will be made to home surprise lie acted his part to perfec orders now subscribers are dally rollingIn ..

people. ; tlon. iM old subscribers are paying up back
r. 1"'. A. Morgan as Major Wellington dues, and everything begins/ to wear a .

WANTED, a Competent White or Colored ]. DeBoots, an ofllcer In the British Militia "smile of prosperity" What wenow
AUTOMOBILES.WI Woman for Uoueral 1 louse worl was especially successful with blaruggei 1 ; want to help the town along la for the RED PHARMACY

,. for family of live, at Mlcoo, on India: exterior Ills make-up was excellent: F. E. C. Ry. Co. to make Titusville a .1 .
Indian River, for winter months. Oooi he entered Into the spirit of the par division station. J Ji

+ wage: AldresCS.It.IlurfordMicco, with considerable vim, and his conception MORGAN & BRAXSI.M,, I-ITITU3V1LLE q,,
TOUWNO CAKS Brevard Co., Fla. 2t of it convulsed the house with! CANDIDACY.
MR. BROWARD'S FI.OIUI.A'
laughter/: Mr. Morgan certainly road --A Complete Stock of---
CADILLACS and OLDSMOIULES. all there was to be m ade out of the char. -

Ire GASOLINE ENGINES; : : MARINtt:, PRIVATE land; Station BOARDING, (;0001'; In on private Morrltt northern H. ed actor his, and efforts.the whole audience appreclat in A conversation prominent citizen with some of Putnam friend county at a i DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIEA

r HTATIONAUY and 1'OKTABLK. family, near Kockledxo. Superior Mr. WIN Mathers, as Trap, the man Jacksonville hotel a few evenings ago, 'B.PuRE 11"'' Proscription' Filled With the
board for six guest; $10 weekly. A servant, did all that could be expected of: related the substance of colloquy which <: Utmost Care and rromptltude.T&l
and cabin cat-boat for sale or
FOR HAI.K horse I Cycle, launch Llm. onnnrred during Mr. J. N. C. Stockton'srecent :
,
: -2Ja power hire. Blair, Meriltt, Fla. 181BOAT. lt Mrs. Felix Featherlythe That i YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDEr
Rollins that
Gasoline Aluilno $115.00. Mrs. \ as visit to county. gentleman
Knglne, piloe, loving wife of Mr. Featheily, cup. was inquiring of citizens whom Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Pcifumerv, lirusl
fi horse power, 4 Cycle, Double CylluJe .-For Sale, a canoe model boat,, Lured the audience by her complete Identlllcatlon he met there how many vote he would e Toilet Articles\ Shoulder Braces, Fine Candies, and all other uti." '1oO' )kel)
Gasoline Marine Engine, price $::42.'>.()Oj) 17ft. long, decked at both ends, with with the character of a goad- probably got In the county. In reply he by up-to-date drug stores.
this Includes shaft, propeller wheel, mng hatches for stoila( supplies; balt-wel hearted, but much abused wife; and her was told that he might have got a good Z KIT"" We give: prompt and careful attention to all mall orderaYYVYYfWTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTYTTY.
butteiles and colls. TUCBI In center, two sails, varnished\ span,, 'acting left nothing to be desired Six many, perhaps if be bad not been Instrumental .N.....N.....N.......N...................N..'

notos, park recently palniod; anchor and oars,, threw her whole soul into her part, am: in bringlngout: Browaidan ,- -" .. ..,- -. -.. -
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engines are made and guaranteed by the complete Cost about *WS; price, $33. received much praise for her Interpreta a candidate for Governor againut Mr . "

Grant Fen'Is Co., of Troy, New York. Isham Jouklus, 'lurnbull, Flu. fit tion of her snveial dramatic situations, Davis, and that no one need expect votes "

MUs Lily Gelger, as Mm. Wellington against Mr. Davis in Putnam county.Mr. .
FOR SALE AND WANTED A POSITION: ON A PLAN. DeUoo's, looked quite charming, and Stockton Immediately made a most E E Fire Insurance #
LAUNCHES
tatlon. Understands livestock. Can she did all she could creditably ill! tbpait < emphatic and vehement denial that he, = f'I'! .I.;;

BOUGHT and SOLD on COMMISSION. operate Irrigating: or electric light allotted her. or his friends, bad had anything to do. t If Your House Ooes Up in Smoke and
plant., Can l handle labor. Strictly Miss\ Alice Brady, as Mrs. Swamlown, with bringing Mr.! Broward out as a can It is own J""t5, f:"' 1P-
loose everything your .
Ico!
took the of beautiful widow and positively asserted you ;
temperate and not afraid of work. part a young dldato for Governor, ..f' i!:' 'Y ;-
THE WHITE GASOLINE ENGINE, Best of rofeiences. "Progionsive," with many beaux, and she acted with that It was done by Governor C fault. FIRE INSURANCE sufficient "..otoA'

I Portable and Statlonarv !Manufactured Box 0:10, Pensaoola. Fla. 2 Force and intelligence. She was well received I Jennings, or his friends, as a movement .. to cover the valueof true property end ", ., ";: "
Jtiulno
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by The Globe Iron Woiks ol by the audience. I against; himself (Stockton) so that they household effects should be can led. ;:. ... i. '.\
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suftei Miss Daisy Brady, as Funny,the house. might say In the campaign that the Jacksonville .r.'fF.l r" '
E-Knowlnltwhat It was to ,
Minneapolis, Minn. maid filled her role well and looked Friends "meaning Stock- = Rates are not high. The companle8' ; .
I will\ give FREE OK CHARGE, to allY "Three we represent are solvent, reliable andliberal. : .; j \
The Wizard Jump Spark Magnet, price nOlicted, a positive cure for Eczema Salt quite captivating. too, Bio ward and Barrs, were seeking to All Claims promptly paid..1v'Z -1.:;: '"
The play was under the direction of corral all of the choice offices In sight. E :: ..
I'lles and Hkln dlisasos. : .
'14. Apple Dynamos $18. Rheum; Erysipelas, Mrs. Rollins, who worked with a will to Many persons In Jacksonville are cog Write ua for rates on your property.E --.Z.: ....;;,
Instant relief. Dont suffer loup: Don't to take out a policy. -- -. 3
These engines and automobiles are er, write F. W. Williams, 400( ManhattanAve. Insure Its succena. The muslo was fur. nizant of the circumstances attendingMr. neglect a--- -
carried in stock, and can be delivered ., New York. aisbed by the Titusville Orchestra, com Broward's announcement, and It is Schuyler & Wilson -, ..
promptly by posed of Mrs. C. J. Denham director;; probable that the truth will be broughtto E
Messrs. E. B. Wager J. A. Collins, D. B. light and given to the public in the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. ,
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The Florida Motor Go WALTON SELF LOCKING BLOCKS. I'rltchard[ W. S. Branning: and Casper near futuie. .
Patented all countries. Only tackle
!Mime\ and is a very creditable organiza
Box I. DAYTONA, FLA. block of the kind In the world FIt- tion. The ilagoolet: solo, by Mr. Caspar J .- -- --.
.. ted with the celebrated Vinton Roller Vlimfi well rendered. A DANGEROUS CROSSING.Our .
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' Bearer, Useful In any place where "Evel bodY'R Friend" proves that Ti- E.. ZJ. ::se: :oYseO..

x. x. OTr..O'V'V.: hoisting( Is done. With these blocksone usvllle; amateurs ate capable of giving a' attention has been' drawn to the DEALERS IN-
man cun do the work of two. liamtuio performance Including the mu- face that an there are a number of trains -
Thousand sold in the noith Call ic> without outside aid; and It Is more doming into Tit usvllle\ dally, at almost GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PROD(
and see them la woiking: order at this han: creditable to their talents, Intelligence he same time, in the afternoon. I It behooves ,
office, or the stOI'O of Ja., Pritchard & and accomplishments, that snob la to be careful when gong We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAI'Fh: Flm'l'IU'Ve
Son TltUBvllle. everyone the above line of goods and solicit the trade ot all ccirs.
undeniably true.SELLING over the Main street crossing. There deal exclusively In .
Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at yourstntiurE.
I" BO much switching of the freight trains TITUSVILLE. Fl.A.W. ] .
WT When answering advertisementsn ORANGE CROPS. from the north and branch train; then L. BRADY BRO. 0'

these oolumnn, you would confer a the; arrival of the northbound passenger, --
favor by spying you saw the advt. In the followed by the train going; south, thatt
1 EAR'r COAST ADVOCATE.: By so doing Dr. It. J. Thornton, of Tuskeegee, Is considered dangerous-especially to GOLDSMITH

hI you' will receive better attention from Via., who owns an orange grove at LaGrange school, children, as many of them go E. ,
) he advertiser : where he spends the winter home that way. We are asked to suggest
nonths, ban followed in the footsteps of that a fiagmun be placed at the Main -Dealer In-

I)iulo County Land 1'or Sale. nany dther, and In sold the his neighborhood crop of delicious of TllUsvllle street else crossing that gates daring be the erected winter and monthsr kept iTAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT A

ranges on the trees to Mr. A. M. Ter- while there la much switching
ilosed' so PRODUCE OF! AT.L KIN US.TITUMVILLE. .
For sale, cheap, the northeast quarterif vllllger\ of St. Augustine. Mr. Terwllll- md passing of trains, and thus avert FLOHIPA.
,
southeast quarter of section S, town- per; has bought; several crops of oranges iccidents.

I hip as, south of range 41 oast; close' to In the neighborhood of. Mime and La ____.u________._ _._____ ------ -- ---

O. K. Wood'a pineapple plantation on Grange.We understand that Maser R. BIG STORE LEASED. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTOIIY.TITUSVILLE .
Fine Liquors, Wines, Oeers St Lucie River; 40 acres.
Ales Stout Aft), the northeast quarter of north- Decker, J. S. Snowden, 3.Singleton and
Etc. ithers have also disposed 1 of the golden has leased FLA.
act quarter of section 18, township 38 The Rod Cross Pharmacy attc'
1 BJTSend me your orders! outh of range( 41 east; on south fork ell fruit to a Mr. Clipplnger: of Baltimore, .he big store in the ADVOOATK block for b prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose hpoci.il motto.
TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. it. LucIe River; 40 acres. Apply to Ud. Mr. Wm. M. Brown and Mr. E. L. .hreo years. As soon as the above drug; paid Backing for'Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my

CHAS II. WALTON, Jrady, of Tltusvllle, are still shipping Irm move out of their present location, T. T. WITMORE, Proprietor.

Tltusvllle, Fla. heir fruit north as rapidly as possible. he;; store will be for rent. .. --- -, -
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CHAS. FULTON -

Job Printing. BURNED TO THE GROUND.We .

Will attend to all kinds of Robbins & Graham Co E1E: 9Ar4 FR.EE

Do not forget the fact that at the ADVOOATIC ate sorry to learn that the winter .
.PAINTING and KALSOMININGWhen office Tltusvllle we do job tome of the Rev. J. T. Huntlngton andUr. .

irintlng: of all kinds neatlyoheaply and IL Huntlngton, at Lyratta was re- (Incorporated) .. LoiijgnM They LintTHIS
xpedltlously. Letterheads, Notebeads, lently burned to the ground. Nearly all PAID UP CAPITAL $:! ,OOO.OO.
you want any of the llllheads.., Envelopes,Tags, and all other I he contents of house ,were lost In the
Ire. The fire caught: among the dry This company owns
Inde.ANTIFRICTION.
above work done, drop ;: IS OF IMPORTANCE
shingle, and as It had made some head- ,,
X- -A. 3iT :ID S
me a line. way before being discovered, there wan

'CUAS. FULTON, TITUSVILLE, FLA. BEARING.The 10 means of stopping conflagration.\ In the Indian River Country On the St. TO "YOT.T
of beIng
I&: was Ur Huntlngton Intention I
at Lyratta this week but now he hag Luoie River; at New River and.on Bay
TYPEWRITER REPAIRING. greatent ftntl-frlctlon patent roller oHtponed his visit until the first week In I
Prices to suit the times. We With the Proprietors
roaring In the world >Is owned by the Biscayne. Have Arranged
February. .. .
; Grivot Typewriter Exchange I Walton Self-Locking! Block Company of Send for Land List. I
01 Atlantic avenue, Boston. About 1.1MX ,- TO BE MARRIED.
Dy&l Vpclmrcli Hlilir, Jacksonville,"11\. )of these patent roller bearing:sheaves Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. IRITIITC'SBDCHD
have been need In the Walton Self-Lock\
1' 2.1: to 60 cent saved on new and
per
within the last four months Invitation are out which read as fol-
:
Ing Block ,
second hand tvpewrlteis and supplies.WKSKLLTHK .
; and have given: entire satisfaction to the ows: East Coast Meat I Market
Oliver Typewriter the Standard Visible )uhllo. This great roller bearing notmly Mrs. Kate Myers. Invites you to be pre- WAFERS
$ and Bllckansderfere, adapted to sheaves, butoan be used sent at the marriage: of her daughter,
In the wheel. of carriages, automobiles, Ilea Daisy Lodonla Williams, to Mr. O. F. DUREN, Agent.

a vagons, or anything that requires antI. Hugh Callaway Sparkman, on Wednes- IS! ::
friction bearing.A lay afternoon the sixth of January, 0 for
William< Hiiullc, large shipment of Walton Self.Lock. nineteen hundred and four, at one'clock w: =- The New Guaranteed Cure
ng Block was made this week to the > at the First Methodist Church,
WAr Department Washington, D. C. ritusvllle, Florida. At home after Jan. co: wh
it TIN, COPPER .AND SHEET IRON The block may bo seen at the store of nary tenth Valley and Ear Streets, Sea- C ALL KIDNEY TROUBLES

WOKKKR. faa rrltchard A Son?Tltusvllle. breeze, Florida. : :
We join In wishing the young couple along 2-. ', i3.
Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Flttlog.Gu."ANlzrm life of happlnes. In advance. r .
will call on
A NEW ROOF. So, that if you
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r TANKS MADE!: TO ORDER.!: The Florida Extract Co., of Tttnsvllle dva: : CD- Dec 26
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end Miami has had a new galvanized/ Saturday
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Your Patronage: Is Solicited. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will\ hold dl- : : ,
I ron roof put over the Tltusvllle factory .vine service on Christmas day in St. Ga- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

G COCOA, FLA.- Sundry ng made other to the Improvements factory; with are Contractor also be- brlel'l church at 1\1:10:< a. m. Also In All You will be Presented with a FULL SIZE BOX, the Regular[
_. Saint' church W'aveland.JeoIl, Sunday
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I'[ J. Hall ID charge of the work.. Mr. 27th 11 a. m. and in St.1'aul'c. Eden. Stanley KitchingDealer of which Is FIFTY CENTS. This Generous P1
Wm. M. Brown has been In Titusvllle all
3114. l\IOIJLEY ribbals, at S p. m. also at Stuart 7::.0 p. the Merit of this
the week, superintending the work on and made solely to Prove
n. in St. Andrew' church Fort
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/ hn; factory and the shipping of his big \ REMEDY.
Tt'lUSVILLE, FLA. on Monday evening! 7:30. WONDERFUL
;ropof oranges. FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS
Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal- 2 261CALL
cornicing Staining KlnUhiog and Paper ORANGES FOR ENGLAND. Tobacco, Pipes, Candles, Fancy CLio Remember the Date Saturday December
HaiiKluK, at the most reasonable price COLORED O. F. HALL. and Temperance Drinks.

Consistent with good woikmanship. Several boxes of orange have lately The following brands of cigars delivered A LIMITED NUMBER OF JSOXE3 I
EARLY AS ONLY
The new hall for the colored Odd Feb been shipped to England from the far at t..S'i per box of CO: -' on''fA'II
All Work on the East Coast lows, at Tltusvllle\ is being erected, and moue orange grove; near Tltusville, Humboldt, Key West Smokers WILL BD Gh'" -1
the siding will be on this week. Next >wned 1 by Mr. E. L. Brady Premoi
I< Especially Solicited. week the roof and flooring will follow. It Is .everalean since fo many car. Cremo,Cabanas, obalskl.

Let m* know what you want and (jet: my The building: will he quite aubstantlal oads of oranges have boon d.iilv shipped Flinch Cards, 5Oo.; Hand Made Palmetto Red Cross PharXnaoYI
estimate on It. Prompt attention when completed, Laving brick piers and from Tltusvllle\ to all parts of the United I Hats, :, .

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CHRISTMAS, 1903. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA[ FRIDAY, DECEMBER i 18, 1903. NEW YEAR, 1904. :

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THE OLD MAN'S CHRISTMAS. nothta'. I reckon they'd b'Jated'!' tni .. 5 of the rich and powerful. 'He went. Iw..eet+l.eee The trto-nbatted pleasantly for a little '

hull roof 1t It Iwd been necessary to tusk about from town to town preaching' while! and ttsen Mr.' Hunt arose suddenly. "

,It .. past. Ilk a beautiful dream;but sweet the appearance: Santy true to ute Suet ; The Prince of PeaceAt Ills gospel of pease and love. Those THE HUNTS'HAPPY I "
wad the dream to me; fun i who gathered to Him wore poor mtra- "I'vw thought of an errand or two he-
an the boys had over It alit An ol
For the children came as In the days! ; of old the floo-r tf)> r
small farmers DC DAYA said "You two can have
and cuddled around my knee all the capers they cut up! Seemed like fishermen publicans '
I the talei I used t.\1-\ all '' 1 herdsmen rather. yourselves until I return. I'll not l>" 1
And I told them to they were boys once more Me an' His Name Every Knee Shalt '
ere my lock were thin and ga>'- : Ann Dickey an' Mary Ann Morris were Bow and Every Tongue ConfesseVERY The waters of the sea of Judea were NEW TEAR STORY: gone long." Me- met the small maid. : In 1 A

To the other that children went of. my !ores" The the only women in the camp an' vie had 100 .. but little stirred by His presence. Sir ait. wwt Cd t..eI the hall.
awayl
children,
our hands full gettln up the Christmas little was His presence felt that na "Polly." he!' saw "f don't want to pry ,

I forget. the vacant placet-th. all of the supper we Intended havln' after the tree country of earth offers contemporaneous historian of His I Into Mra. HelJCer'.dalra. but I'm really

wintry enow; Mind you, there wasn't a child: In camp ,In the person of time outside* of Isle Immediate follow ,, It was a :tw Tear's day. There anxious tp' knwwl U .bv has everything

In the light Long of Ago their; rosy faces Iatved'inthe bufjust them'two pore llttle'orphans,an1 some great man who distinguished ers makes any reference to His life : had been. a big storm: and although the she needs.. SlkwV" an old friend you 7'

I lived In the long ago; but the Present all that fuss was on their account. If you himself in some great crisis or His works Josephua. a voluminousand wind had spent !LIt tone: the snow fell know and a MewdC of my mothers." "

wag,, perfect tl\en- think rough miner boys can't have the in its affairs. Switzerland tdoilzet very just historian '' Him steadily.. Does she need tnytttlagPolly!" .
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Fur< all the. of lives the of bitter men. now. .that: .falls on' kindest o' hearts, you just remember William, Tel Russia her Peter the utterly. No record baa been fonnd at. "Regular> \ winter weather and no mistake "Yes. air', 'deerf:::Bite do; but she didn't

"" : ./; \\that. Every man seemed to.to" tr>in' to Great Prussia her Frederick the Great, Rome of His death,* so mile -Impression about It,"' observed Mr. Richard say so. She alnt.no.plalner-that. ? Ij

I only knew they were near'm
world made new again; them little folks. Great Pilate. hU boots "but since'-since-"
And the Winter violets of Life were baldi. England her Alfred the stamping the anew< from
rimmed .with the Springtime rain; "Well, I Jest ....lshtlu could have seen and the United States her Washington.It True It Is that lie healed sick zuen. I like It. So coM:and bra llllJ." "Goon. Since when. !"

I hIt their'kl..w 'sweet on my withered. them children when the time: come for la food for reflection that In the cleansed lepers raised the dead and !\kfr' Hunt who wash sitting near. an "Since her nxntcy teak wings an'

cheeks and cold; 'em to go tip "to the hall au' see their selections of heroes and in hero worship cast out devils But these were sub open fire, laughed flew I dunno where lttni wtobnt that.: 1ft,

And gleam saw over of their threads curls of of gold.silver the tree! Little Freddy he give a yell o' joy it Is an Invariable rule not a sin- ordinate and Incidental only to Ills T like the house! best sucOti a day asthlll what someone!' 'said'-It ffcrvr', an' she.

that most split our ears an' he jest stood gle exception being known In all history life-work which was that of proclaim -." she said, shivering a little. "I don't her butter-no1 more\i I wanted to

It 1. past like a beautiful dream; with an' clapped his hands while his sister that choice ta made of one who ing a now gospel-that men should don't believe I'd Jle willing to face the :fthe\\ gro er'rt boy we- was out. but
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all the song that were sung..; kep' 'How It 1st! Oh 15 done love another. lie made no parade Mr. Helter she TT. cot now v
And I feel. In the after Silence,. that the sajln': lovely has crowned his life with deeds one cold even for the-Bake of the bracing. say: rv .
"world I. for the young; n't It beautiful Then Freddy he In battle. By and through the flashof of miracle-working. It was only when "1' think I heart!'you say you were goIng Polly; some othfr"tltup?'""

And thanks. be to God that the .world I. schreeches out: 'Oh. there's my choo the sword alone has Immortality of the suffering were brought Into His ttraeeold Mrs!. Heirprto ilay." Mr "It doesn't aremihardly'warni' enough tin

That 10.at with.all least one Its sunny time j In'ears our- lives ..... choo engine! Goody! An' how little fame been won by mortal presence that lIe made exercise of His Hunt? remarked. im ha- seated himself the house Polly ITd 'ymi" Have plenty I'' ,

know kUses. and love, and-tears! Elsie's eyes did shine when she saw no The sclmiter of Mohammed and not divine power In healing.He comfortably. "Have :you>changed your of coal""That's

-F L, !Stanton In Atlanta Constitution. less than three dolls on the tree for her- his Koran conquered Arabia Armeniaand died the most-ebametul, disgrace. mind T""Yes. what -don'U..lr.," shesaU!. ;

self! There was enough stuff on that the Balkans. Moses was a lawgiver [ol death known to Ills generation. I've! changed: my minir. I dW with decisIon "We'ra joss about out. I I t'

tree for a hull Sunday school for the but he also was a mighty warrior Iin bill extremity lIe was deserted even tell you' that I was going to see her cnoas by to-morrerU'Il.be alt gone Miss

I men bad been that reckless\ In sendln and led his followers on from by Ills most devoted followers. He but I'll: have to wait until some other Heifer's a'mont a ihakln with cold

Singing River's to Crystal City for things", one victory to another. It is, ha and trod the wIne-press of agony alone. day. Poor old Mrs Helter' sometimes. She had twooeikwwU: aroun' I

I "Then I wiaht you could have teen Joshua and David and John Hyrcanus, Yet this Man of Borrows has conquered ; "11 she sick?" her when you rung the bVtl..tmt she took y

Christmas & those children when Big Dan come In all all intrepid soldiers who have made the world. Other -illustrious "Yes." 'em off." I

rigged up as Santy Claus! That was the glorious the history of the Jewish poo- men lived out their little 0;..day and all "And I suppose .rim'a very lonefr sine ; Mr. Hunt had he rdri enau-; lk-quite .,

Being Ma'am Mickey's Story ofa capsheaf o' the hull proceedin's! First pie. The history of Mohammedanism that remains of them Is the memoryof her daughter' died T*" enough. ,, '

Celebration, That.: Still Lives we heard his bells outside an' him call- is written in blood and Omar and their deed. They sought to buildup "Yes." "Poor dear old soul!"'hrrsalcf to himself

In"out. 'Whoa there!' like as If he wa.talkln' Saladin stand out prominent' la Us rec materlal'tdDcdom.; Christ's realm "1 shouldn't wonder If she bass eon- as ho weat out oa.his ailoUttrlny iyl

By J. L. HARBOURFrom to his ret ndeers. Then he dim up ord. So with other natl D&. Deeds Is In the hearts of men. Ills teachings journey.

( a story by that author publlRhmt in the ladder the boys had let outside an' deeds only and these calling for great bar survived the overthrow of a twr
8t NUihulM.) He kept his promise-he lean nt gone
presently down be came through the hole holocausts of human lives. to nmU thousand kingdoms of earth. His ,
: He bunch '
long. put a of'bright carnations :
In the roof.' I Jest thought little Fred'seyes nanle. words to-day ire as potent to sway
imperishable individual .
Ma'am: Hlckey's account of the Christmas would pop clean out o'his head when some anomaly men as- when they came burning from Into the old lad,, hand and then '
Christmas offers an
day :
tree at Singing River is ao much that part o'the show come off! An' what of who His lips- AIT the higher civilization. of he laid to his wife smiUngito titan It was
however. In the history men "
more interesting than any account 1 fun there was when old Santy went have lived and wrought wonders The earth yields Him reverence and time to "movo on. I'
could give of It. that I think It best to leth around glvln' the boys all kinds of re- homage. Polly let them out of'thbft'ont'door.:

r tell about It In her own way: dlculous presents! He give old Tim Christ 'was a man of peace deploringwar. Age but serves to strengthen the Returning to the room she found the .
lie '
What Is yet more strange '
"You see Big Dan. an' Joe Burke got Thorpo a tiny chlny doll an' big Jack is glorified through His words and not might of Ills power and to confirm the old lady In a rapture of Joy There! were ;

back all-right the middle of the afternoonthe ROBS a jumpln'-Jack an' Ben Andersona Ills deeds. The Heavenly promise of the .prophecy "At the tears In her eyes but she was smiling., .!

day before ,Christmas.: They looked set o' little pewter', dishes; an"' be through on name of Jesus every knee shall bow' The fragrant, rosy carnation were stilt

like a pair o' pack peddlers an' they were fetched me a great big old pipe when voice said to the simple shepherd"Beheld I and every tongue confess." In her hand On a low chair beside her '
the Bethlehem
about fagged out,for they had had a hard they snowed I hated the very sight o1 plains of : WILLIAM RCBSER COBBB.tf was the basket the Hunt* had brought.

time of it pullin', up over the mountain one. I tell you. it was real fun? I bring you glad tidings of great joy. ."Look Polly," she cried In s glee that
shall be all the people; ;
which unto
trails In a snowstorm. Joe said he didn't ."Well the things had all been distributed w... CRRisTyt.s: rIOI'N. was like a child's.
Is born this day in the
for unto
think he could have dragged himself another an' the children were loaded you And Polly-lookedandtiaugttrd. What.
city of David a Saviour which Is Christ .. ,
mile for love nor money. He had down wIth presents an' me an'the other she saw was a plate of sliced",. turkey '
the Lord. And the accompanying choir ,
two big turkeys on his ,back besides a two women were about to go downstairs the re- dainty,.biscuit, a print of butters\ ; mince ,
with Ineffable
great lot of other things. to take up the cupper, when the door ol melody sang highest pie a frosted plum cake;oraitso*"grapes, : v
God in the
"Well the men Jn the camp had been the hall opened and a strange man frain: "Glory to /1 nuts raisins and 'candy
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busy too. They had cut a big pine an' set stepped in. When he saw the childrenhe and on earth peace. !" cried "wfcatr, tins I
Polly
"Oh. my a
and the Christlifestand /
1t up In the ball over the post office an' give a kind of a little outcry an' the The Christ-birth of all other der' New Year we do be havln afterari!!" f ii iiUttee
dec'rated the hall wth! down his knee forth the opposite
the way they had next minute he was on '
lives that have filled pages in Presently the grocer's boy delivered mheavily
evergreen was beautiful. You couldn'tee before 'em with an arm around each great
an Inch of the ugly bare logs nor of the child an' he was bissin first one an' then earth's' history. Born'of humble parentage filled basket and a message"Tell !

bare rafters. They set to an'scrubbed the the other. We all jest stared at each In a stable amid the lowing yermi.naDuckfowerssedh.'d: '
oC-klae ,and-the...raucous complainingof be here to-morrer moralist!, at eight 1
floor an'-washed the arlnders; / an'.strung other.when little Elsie clapped her band.' r

.p a lot o' red, white and blue buntln' I together and said: discontented cattle reared In the o'clock sure. y e 1;
'Why papa" far-away bleak bllla of Galilee engaged "What for?" sawed, tlfllo: amaiedT

"An' that's jest who It was! The man dally ?in sawing logs into boards, % Folly It t

named Miller who had died a few days or planing the latter into smoothness. 1 1I ,l.- "What for?" mockingly.Way.. to

before was a cousin o' the children's pa. lie steps forth suddenly at the age "I UUE89 MR RICHARD JIUNTi'a.A-BIN, ,bring the load o' coal of.omiTaev""

It seemed that thin cousin o' the name of of 28, as *. teacher of righteousness UJSL.P1N': THE!: LOUtl." "Oh, my gracious! I b'tlav there'! t

I '. Miller had been sent to meet the children Not among strangers but in tbei midst: tlnual struggle to.make both end meet fairies aroun'-I do so!""'and after doe-

t because their pa had been sick an'wasn't of His own people lie appeared, and I! since that dlssstroua.bank tafluJI'" lag the door on the grooer/s boy Polly

hardly strong enough to come away over they were astounded at the profundity' "I don't believe she does* make the felt. Inclined to stand on Her' bead byway '

to; SIngIn' River for them. He lived in a of His knowledge. As though to.persuade ends meet I feel,,very sorry; for'hsr." of celebrating the delightful new t

little camp only about 20 miles away butt themselves that they were not 'But'not quite- sorry enough far you state of things, ''t

was a hard: road to travel for a well mistaken as to His Identity, they naked to"go and see. her aw you intended to do Sb left the basket standing la tile hail ,t

I li man. even. So this cousin he come, an', of one another; "1.,not this the car- to-day" teasing, \. It was too heavy tot"h'e1"1.oattempUd' ':

From all we could make out. he had lost penter's son?" "Some other day will do a*-well-will carry, but she could smell tile coffee and

Ills way In a storm an' had laid out a His life work, wa brief but four r It :not?" she questioned wondering at took that package with.'her.also two or .

night an' got so chilled It had brought short years! Compare this with the "What. her goln' to get for Christmas ', his penitence. three more. .

C on pneumonia. When he didn't come years spent by other illuminati of T" "Not If she needs*you- tordai. Come ."Oh Miss Flelferaijlw exclaimed S

back with the children aftertwo or three earth in perpetuating their fame. 'par promised me a Hckin', but I've/ get on your wraps and I'll' go with you:" "another!! big basket'S'Cama.. an' It's je..* +

lays their pa got, oneasy, an'he set outtlmself Without use'of,money, or Influence or prayed Santa Claus ter make him fer "Why Richard Hunt, what's got into full o' everything. 1It n'1 coffee fir yart
to tee what was the matter. He numbers and,without courting favor- get itV /"
f you 1 I thought you' never liked to CO -an'-tea an' sugar Air to-morrer
1 wasn't hardly fit to travel but he come .n-' ther's big load oAcoatiai-tfocabt" r t
H He. calling especially at such.pisces. a ;
inyhow,an he was all tuckered out when "
"You thought. !right,my dealt, smiling "Polly!I"
lie got to S1AgI! ',River.. Then he was so "
pleasantly "but tell
can you mi "Ye., mum. 5t
nervous an' kind o' wrought up that none what there Is to prevntmy turning overa "What doe. It.meano-tlll! that great

.._ ,w.d ) thought It to his shame that he jest t tears: !" )oou'retem about :
rwu new leaf 'on. N4 w. day basket of things r; .
broke clean down an' laughed an' cried
She laughed., and the coal'coiain&tovmerrowr".
by turns,kind o'hyeterlcky like over the "
"It would baat good Idea she "I dunno.

children.: laid "Out who sent-the groceries: ? Who Is ,
"We did have the best time at the supper
LJ Well then,encourage- la It" going to send tit.-coaltr.'oo ,
.. A storm had come up an' the wind "
.. "So I will.. Polly looked mystified. She.tood. +
was roarln and' howlln in the r.ynonin' t
an' She arose a* once and:was soon ready boring the toe of heroiiC. shoe Into the ;
UP'an' down the Slngln' River
to face the storm- with m basket on her Suddenly .1I1dW. broke over bIU"Crace.
the sleet was dashln' ag'lrt: the winder rug.;

I 1 Ights; but that jest made It seem more arm. ,
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heery: an'comfortable the cabin withi "What's In !It! Mm: Hun tanked as he "I guess It s. thtv Hurl ma'am. You, ,

I roarln' lire o' pine knots la the bIg fire- rellcvecT'hJJSi wU eft title basket. led the Lord' ui]'' provkte heard yoaIn' -,

l ?lace>,at one end o' the cabin an' the team "Sugar" and- solo and everythingnice He's done It.." r5 v

fettle slngin on my big sblnln store at th* q.uotvt. The old lady fotdctt" her hands.

THE: DOOR OPENED AND A BTROKO he: other end. Mr. Miller he set betweenhe R A little maid e.D.eot. the door when "nieii the Lord.. ob. ny soul I"' she, ,I
MAN STEPPED IN. two'children an' he'd hug and kiss they reached Mrs. HeLfev's. To )fro fervently.
.aid
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Hunt's question *
'em between times. We made him stay. "I've ttuniRAi.ofc'wniethlnc.. Miss 11.1fer -
happened to have in the house, an' I tell was the child ....e1lM: '
whole weeks In Stngtn' River to rest iuddenJJr.broke out, excUv4
wo Polly
you the little old hall did look scrump ,
wall ma'am and
dwl not
r. I "She's vary
tious. 1 kep' the children in the kltchrn ID an' get real well an'then a hull passel'the lowering: her vote to a confidential Iy. "I guess Mrr.'' BUfchsrd Hunt's, s-bla dtelpin''the
then
o' boys went with him to get the children Lor*'* ,
with me where I makln pies an'cake "
was + 1 she' awful lone-
whisper. guess
The boys rigged a sled ..
home. up The old lady snrifeii.
an' doughnuts most o' the time. I aeli'e: : ATh -' some. She bin crying t saw her."
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in tuk turns drawing Elsie an Freddytver "We have tbe-same thoughts about It
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give 'em dough to muss with an'let 'em old face brightened whenlltu.
the trails an" away up over Rr4Jlrd Tfce weary T P" she ...Id.Ml .
an< ,
an' tried to keep folly; you
scrape the cake dishes,
| Polly led the callers In, but both
'em Interestedall the,,. time. so theywouldn't"aek'khout mountain. I fC'IItan'reckpo: ''tw.a'rld"the'woii't' none of us Mr. and Mrs. Hunt wen observant and !Don't be *ialtt.sr till the sorrow' 1
ever All hat pMMWd awar: "
: their pa. 'will In this world read "between the lines" that the dr Oon't toe wnttin UK .
ever to-morrow.
"When Big, .Joe back,the hat were there uz of cTu 1i tm lz .
Dan an' got Christmas the -Slngln! old lady was not only sorrowfuf but Brail a. Me 10o 4I.,, ,
other men had a great time rlggln up the brglt that troubled. When the. oloiute all doll aqd drerr' S '
tree. We wouldn't be liver/* .. WATCn the Rlnwln _..."*. the mnm.nt4 Sit, ewer. Hanc about.the earth. -
war afeerd they -_ tat. Cbrl....... will IM. with. M In the mortilat soil..l.ny| "I wish you a Happy New Year said Thai I II.1I.n. a rectlns'. cheery '
able to .Christmas tree candies in Tb.wlnd.a/.epInelme.hq..nd15, .Immsbin.unIha.ww'
buy
Am Bsoled.d crya.'Do Tbe while I tfrMmof IbAwmem.Y.4..m.b.d:. i'mr..o, Mrs. Hunt taking the thin old hands In Counts tint what: It's worth" :
Crystal City; but. my land! they cot ; your little ones believe la Santa I .'. IM U/ f lunklM* b*.*in* kit ibe ruddy bnrth* close I -rdxrlitlanbiMUtoTenl lntelltgeacen
about end 0' 0 I...*rr mom lbl.tooir ni.bt u .kiMiMrt tb.niMitb mirth, a. Rasp
ten dozen of 'em an' no CI.usT' 0 for *.lluie '" r l* iiiiir *n..tb winter*scan dome, "Happy New Year!" Mr. Hunt ----- .
tinsel an'.hinybUsaa'things' to hang on "No. They did till last CSrieUha*. Orem /or ot ::uppf: I boar wee J. bleu bell. ou.... o echoed her greeting a* cordial. tils asleep, .

the tree, an' lot 6"llttle flags to stick in the I bad : aot for e moment wandr to the lar>n Af o 'w '
rnen their papa played part. wino MI.the )bttl.l >UMtliin.. hannnr!. ..xr wife's. "AreD. you going to wear that n..ck-y ,
among the evergreen c'ratlons. We in the ball and he war to WHO wo M no*...... th*....'110.from..'. ..ll ..bw..1.b,1. feeeAM "
the children !seem aiM>n I....nhlldrve seal. |.'__ems .....f "Thank you." responded the old lady tie I gAX you eta Christmas In-iJ&1re4.
bad no end o' common taller candles on ome from upstairwith." a, lot of ;)res-' j They I _. tbMB ifonnt..Semi_/1'elm.l_Ititicliiie pln. and b..IJ.....upon...awn tbe ail.10", I I..Milt_,nlllllb warmly "and I wish you both a Happr, Ur.. )f..k. ..Q,,'*", lfe. d

hand an'the men were perfectly reckieawith all for them." ? b to.....*,..., lie tn .....b.r. nnirl n.rd.d, em1knOw.A.lalasof New Year." "Of fluurlllt.. I rem Henrietta. I,was
'em. I reckon they put as manyas "Yes T", ; .' emie ,t.kretmem flU' ib4U slimed, bw'sea j "We had a fine turkey for dinner today vlns It up. I'm soing; to Wear-that..*
:200! of TTIHO aliNikri. not ( the hnIelwhha.t.oeChrl.memk.etolklgtwbo '
the room.An' mm
'em around bad the tights tnrneiMow
up "Well we *V aala not will upon Ml,* brow sums hi/If Ih.tn.e.kW'TI. ." said Mr. Hunt "and I rather think n.ckU..1ItoI my vile greea smokinca I i
what did they do but go an rig: he thought he was down when be .ball/' laot rln. IO-.,.'" banaaib ....u,'..*..diad..iw .
BI: and Tall more than lb. ..l..._atorf of rime Mobe of _101._' my wife brought you a piece, uncovering tket ant at1l1urpJ. and yel'iw socks, I
? Dan up a. Santy Claus They .riun't" They recognized his language.1 They brlnii ton from ont the ....,.the. kivan .......**..... rat, the basket. "Yes, sure enough, hereIt ,04 amok one of those birthday cjgsr; d
ranall .. fnrael.Wa .
o' Thoir tona tbn 4:brlatma aa never .I.
wrapped him up In a big bearskin one -Chicago Herald. ...bat to...... now to bar the be11a.m4.m. ....sea. U'!" ''oagaveate. all at oD<<...."_'Xashlnajteiit
the boys had an' put about a quart o' Tbn*nee-enae nun demo. In oar_... aa in....Lon.* Age.BtT x
r..I..J Adrlw. "Now, Dick. said hit wife "you'vemade Star.
flour on his long husky whiskers to In the Mmna bvnlaHt. | boar e mn.l. not of earlb-. I
-yes." said the fairy prince you tarborn cnoaira. that nmalaJn..Ml tbe naiMblai.hrlat'And : .'' ''""II. your speech; sit down pl.a...
whiten 'em an' they put a big fur cap on hive want tor -. ...._. .......... ........ onme trttm"."a" far ewer He sat down with a sigh pretending: tofeel l.r 1.. mrg" '11:**xe> ion
whatever you W. ,. ... ..'. .
fcl* head world nay bare aawnad In emMtenr and 'in Imp tho ? M CbrlMMae Dnrl
and he did look' ,for all the present""I Mmkl.k.I I '..,:n ta.fl.lne at mf window framMl In wb.M, hurt. He looked so comical that Little Mftbel had been taken. q .be*, '

like Santy his own self. Yes; an' he had hrlstmas: will choose" saM the foflnvsta-' Tas,. ....Iba..,balla',t.a wnlab........on*.nalnaaod tba mil, nna...owl...tba thla: aJsbllHe Mrs. Heifer's spirits area so far Chat lareots to a New Yen's waleny''

0 string! o' sleigh bells they got at the person, "either a wife or an aatomolle "'.. _.1..;. I Ibe__..aaah. tu hn the l'kmA.-.Mid: T.I., LAS'.AQwl.1., the laughed Ln4 ra the clock struck: It so.m oaZpouted

state omee stable; an' them boys ..- "I am greatly obliged to you both>> for "The old year Is d vi; tiurr&J.*

a'' tb uUgunii a bole In the roof so Santy > "How foolish!" exclaimed tha fairy .; remembering me." she said "I'mcelnf ::or t\e> new!"

eaua :ould come dowtt through It! IA.If on Dee. "Why do you not select s'mahing 'o confess. that I've beta longing for 'Mamma" said! tie'.py M.o*|. "...ua

yon want things carried throurh'ranrdlcu ; that fan can manage?"-Haiti- sense turkey for a week ad now'.ir*U ,/e have to star tot lbs fun rUr*- ,
jou let a Jet of Rocky Mountain i rT erslaa0 'Lut.tr.i
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Atnertcm.
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boys
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a huge fellow trotted In front of her but to fall and yet hits very efforts to
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weary horse, the girl stared about her ]I On right will be counted to bin. t0,

In alarm. New Year's Resolves righteousness. ,

c/I. New YearConquest "Oh Frank-Mr. ason-look!" The objection fs, if It ran he ,.aiitd, ,

The young ranchman seemed much an objection that men are too mil, h

1 I1,, exdted. "Hurry: he exclaimed, and c.Bettn to Mik and Break Them Influenced by special occasions rr

I urged his horse into a run. She can nAnNot, to Male Them *t A.llSOME special efforts. Them) la no more vi-:

I alarmed the tue In New Year's Day than there
tered by his side by (Is in

I UOHKAff VrCHAKLCS HJUKElfA. strange apparition of the herd which I All Fool's Dny. 14; would seem fool

it seemed had risen out': of the sod facetious Individual; has de Ishneas to wait for any such time II lr

'' ,9,,. elf I'I The ranchman saw something; else New Year' day as "a time season tor a starting period In "n.t|,

.A 1" 'rnr ,a, ,,s,'a', ;'t 4a ': Story of the Crest South-west that the gJrl did not-a cluster of when men make good resolutions living. The present is the time !tor

;y e nu'o( ;; I earth mounds thrown up In the level In the confidence of breaking them as I action; and one day Is aa good au another

of the plain the' work of prairie dogs Boon as possible" But he baa much in the sight of God. as wen\ a,

,. s t or some other burrowers of the plains. to learn to his own profit who sneersat of men.

P clouds of. yellow dust, a Before he could cantlon the girl, her good resolutions because some men But the man who has put off ih" iiv: "

s, GREAT{ blue sky sweeping horse stumbled, fell, staggered, went break them. To1 resolve to do right of resolves to be good until] the iawn

r rr' winds long reaches of .level tumbling in a heap with a broken leg ;does not mean necessarily that -one of the new year will strengthen himself

y i lands-the[ midwinter southwest, and Now it was serious. Tbe cattle will keep the promise, but such purpose and work righteousness by ..'a-; !

> dS on the skiing the palatial train of the more curious than ever scampered whether outwardly expressed or Ing out clean with the year He 'v,11,

cattle king who was now off among faster toward the object of their interest Inwardly, understood Is proof that the duly hurt' himself by devoting !,,"

the ranches looking after sleek and : the fallen horse plunged and Individual la conucloun of abiding; sin much time (o resolving What be

d dr well-bred herds. snorted; the skirts. of its rider held of some sort. most needs la to avoid the pitfalls and

f ,i The cattle king's daughter whose Her prisoner. It Is the self-righteous Individual snares which formerly overcame him

r I prospective wealth entitled her to the In an Instant Mason was by her side who is !in dang r. Good resolutions He has need to change resolves ;nto

rank of-princess, sat under the striped tugging at the fair burden. When she aro born of repentance; and repentance action. It Is his duty, to retro lle.t

r ;,, awning on the rear platform of the was free he found her helpless from when genuine la a cardinal vir in order to know himself Each conquest -

I train, gazing wearily at tbe mouot a strained ankle, and with tendernesshe tue. The aelf-rlghteoua fellow does of self ia added strength foi future

I onous landscape. lifted her in his arms and to his not resolve to do better because his victories.

"Itow long are we to stay here!" own saddle. Then jumping beside her vanity tello him there is nothing Happy Indeed Is that New Year's for

she demanded of tbe porter who was he turned the nervous animal, drew wrong In his makeup. He may go the man who. having resolved In its

.+ I industriously trying.to keep the l ;attiercovered his revolver and shot unerringly theatruggllng along committing blunders every day dawn to do right finds nt its gloaming

: : chairs clean. He did not and doing no end of mischief Such a that lie has been true to his promise.

answer-he dad not know. She went fellow Is beyond redemption. Like I WILLIAM KOSSEU COBEfcTHEHIl '

roI back to the parlor of the other private Ephraim of old, lie is joined[ to his -HOl'fiVoh- :

car and tfccouted the quiet woman who !idols and should be left alone.poubtles ; I HIM.
Plh --- .,.
"Auntiehow
I; A. nat by the window .Hewing. there are many thoughtless -
long Is this to last?"
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1 M and dome insincere good resolves ,
I
"Until father back or ? Y
your gets r'
made on New Year's day. Nevcrthe- Ax+9'M

i / there-are orders.- 11 I ili leHM I It )11 a good thing that many '
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y .,, / "I'm tired of It-I'm going out of % .
do the with re
-' men begin new year
"
doors. y ,, i solves 'to* strive after what 1s higher

She seized a jacket and cap ftllppet and better. It !is a marked and glorified

', down the aide steps and disappeared '
; 1 Improvement upon the custom
behind the squalid depot. A dilapidated (
once PO general but now, thank God
,ri ,. --_ --- -- -- livery stable stood in the sun
--r--=-- :- : ::==::::_=-=- obsolete, of men going from house to
shine.( "I want a riding homo-quick!"
guzzling
paying wineor
""""- house ,; calls and 1
The man 'fairly trembled In bin anxIety a ''the
stronger drink until before
to the and in ,
serve city girl a
round was completed they were hopelessly -
A Good Beginning Their New Year'sWinner moment abe was cantering over the drunken.It .

sand and sagas brush, headed' straight / deal better
la a great for a man
'' tor tile hills In the distance.
.the Year green hundred
for toresolve a times and fall r
Away and 'away she sped delighting
In each resolve than to go along contented -
,
In the free rush of tbe wind, the swish
with his lot of sin and shnnie.
of her pony's hoofs through the t grass
There in hope for a man Just as long;
ri
and tho exhilaration of the lands.
w T BELIEVE: in beginning; tbe NeW'Year .. you went to Isabel's New At last she turned'the horse's open bead f as theru .abldeH in him desire for whatIs

> JL well" observed young Mr. SO Year's ..dinner" said the brunette -where was the station Nothing buta { 'better, It Is well to enter Into argument i '

F Talklng'ton, as he curved the .Lucky you! Tom and plain with one's self only after duo-
rolling ; not shining with sun
;
", ;turkey; "I.ftm not superstitious, but-" I dine with his mother on the first day light but; dampened by shadow With "I'M SORRY I VASSO RUDE deliberation but a broken pledge to do

, "Yea," mild hid wife, demurely, "I of ,each year, listening to a discourse right I Is far better than no pledgeat
a little of terror she sent her
.
, I I ; cry: beajst ,on. the groundthenaway all. '- ..
remember .ihow well we began it last on economy which lasts from oysters
'year," to coffee." mount racing ahead and' strained her toward the station resting on There is nothing strange In association Deacon Goodie-Cheer up; my man;)

"Knowing that ell bills will be eye for the engine smoke' on the the broad and dusty plain. you'll be out on the first of the ,
"You were to Ktart on a trip t that your horizon. of good resolves with the dawn ofa year.Jail
In the next morning's mall too" cried Arrived there he lifted her gently to Bird-Yes. but what can I da .
day. weren't you? queried a JU Bt. : new year. On the contrary the occasion '
: "Yes the blonds "Yes wn accepted. Isa "Ah them It Is-but so far away! one of the, benches which''stood in the after being a thief.and holdup man?
and the train a new one Just 1 Is ()ml that suggest just auch a
put on, fACt at D:25. Ned said we should I bel's Invitationand" She Bui-rained what had happenrdher tiny waiting-room; be transformad> it general! practice. The old year 'haft Deacon Goodie-Oh, you can go Into

; setae Ht five, thus beginning the New "How .do ;you )like Isabel's new father had reached a station far kilo a settee with blankets from the ended. Us memories suggest "sins the I coal business, or start!: a plumbing
her down the line and wired tor Ue' livery stable; he heard 'with pleasure ,
Year well and catching IDs train comfortably dress? .U.It.aa cold as- committed: while conscience slept," hop.
train to Join him, and they had 'hot her words of satisfaction.
He ordered cab "Her reception of'a tardy guest Not
a for 6:30: practice* that degraded the moral man.follies .
discovered her absence before did AT 11130 f. oM,
start"ng.
.o It would ireach tbe house at night; quite. .1 was ready at only ten min r' "That pin you wear-where you I \ that brought shame and vices

utea after the last moment at whichwe get ItT" she asked. Irrelevantly. "It that weakened body and brain. But .

( ... ...- ",,, ,I,,,,,,,,.,,,,, "' ''"'-,,.,,,,,,,,,",,,,, could safely start-and If that Is As urns looked she saw off to the left look like Harvard,'
'rextr memory {is not all. Body and mind tell
+ another rider-a wide-hatted ranch "It Is Harvard-I graduated there'
not being punctual, I'd like to know
O/h the sensible man that such practices tw
i I eRwurli what 1111! 'Klcven sharp!' Jack called a ,. ..... ._ a,. "And you are herding cattle? end in physical wreck and moral decay

W NNNNi : lo tho driver and then I looked up topealeabel's f.-1 "I am superintending a ranch-my ,
father. owns It-10,000 bead."
/ old house! '
The year In I new and rlean. The run.

"When 'tbe dinner was given to display ... "And you live? just risen !looks upon It for the first i
"In Chicago- special train Is rl ,
/ the mew one? + my time Men of bimlneHs close up their rM

i "Exactly. .After; running a bladE f6 at St. Eouls 'now with my sister and pages for the year ended 'and begin t

through the now In his thin shoWand mother aboard bound here." v
new and fresh ones tor the new year -
4 7 / e nearly being arrested a. an..4!coping So -this was the "cowboy" she had that has dawned. They figure our. ac ,

t { thiof, Jack cot the drlver0, return. patronized and made fun of an he came. t rvt
curately t.belrrRAeB\ and their gains !in I
i Dace ..Inside Im .declai< ,d''I hadn't told to the train day after day to see her the old year subtracting one from the ,

him Isabel had ,mox'etl.:" Afu father. She had been amused by his other 1 \ / "

ri "Because he .Jtadr kept on reading his assurance and had quarreled with him t ; \e s,
Aa the merchant
/ begins his' r
i paper while yanMoldhtm. shoat It?" that very morning. Now she was at year

1 "Yes. :J ''had ,even told him how the .his mercy-and abe found It rather anew why may not the moral natureof I
a man be renewed If I the memories
tmlhroom was tiled. Dut, dear I had pleasant, ,
of the past! year and the physical
, d Forgotten whether .the sew number "This I* a strange beginning for the rrrr./
, shortcomings of the present lIuggeBt'the
l li wan Z50\ or 2550.:" New Year!' she broke out. "1 wonder ,
a';:: 0 need of a striving after what is M ,
"
"Wbat on earth"Jack when. the train will be back. _
higher: and better '
threAtened to'-go oon> and get "I think It Is a -.beginning-I'm; I f
That the practice 'has been abused
dinner on t.be cha-Ang dlah-tb. cook sure I don't know about that train lM /i

I IHtAD and holiday. Thru I remembered H, ':there la,no connection with It yet." Is no argument against" Its use. That I
U have made
? some men good -resolutions
tl t thoughtfully writing oat thtf address y'1 .. "I'm sorry I was so rude this mornIng ,'" .,.
1 t? only to break them Is not evidence ; ,
;
while JHa 'mid ii 'dlscuantd 'that new f 1I Fr-Mr. Mason." 6
that reform Is impossible.
rtrtoamaker, and putting Jt-I.. JackV: "Don't Anna Miss .Seaman Striving
-. worry after what Is right la Godlike One "One1' kiss;' he begged "before I
;' 1TtMI'TO eu>iN. waistcoat" pocket, .because 1 am so for- 4:' He smiled, cautiously, at her. may raise his standard BO high as not ,go" !'

\, getful.: "How ". WANT A RIDING HORS" "It la fine of you to"care for me 'and to be able to attain It, but there Is /"Well, take, It; but you cannot Dave

I be did this over night and also wound fihottghttul""Jack protect ma this way she went 00, virtue in every attempt to make better; I another one this year."
, gave the slip to the >driver and I know "
"and don't how to thank
f' tip ho I riiok'n .alarm clock. Neil.duly him man-.toward him she rode As she you one's life. Indeed one may find at the And then the clock struck the New
promised something awful
to "Don't try. This is not the
' waked the morning. first closing of a long life that he Year.
me next delve fast" drew nearer her cheeks grew red and I has tiled
time have danced
seen you-e-I with
I
"With difficulty, dear her eye brightened. Once she stopped ,
"Then your it-roubles were! ended! you two years ago at your cousin's -- -
"Y ni waked mu anyhow and your ';N--DO. ,! had written -dcuwn, tbe ad- and turned as If to leave him. Then ball."
'
voice Mounded like the tlPllt""' xaylng, he came close' to her.
"I do not remember, but you have:
'Step this way \please. .We hadn't "Oh. Mr Mason what shall I doT" /

" heard the cix>k ;go down, and going to ''eJ Frank Mason the handsome ranch '''get been it.very" good now I shall not for ;F:, [

Investigate I found her anleop.She: uperlntendent., scarcely recognued
'
mid the alarm bad gone oft at ;2'15; i her, bowing sO, UCbUy that Jt seemed I know-but don't you think it ,
J and aho'd\ been would be a fine thing to have me lake ,,
half hour
" up every to be merely the motion of his horse (I "
care of you all the time? ,
IlIint'fI lo-8 e If it was nve. The volcano "What Is the matter' madem2""Don't a o .
I 'wae awake then!" } ., be mean"-tbe girl's I She gave a pressure of her hand-
eyes
rah! I but no more. Almost at the door wasa
were b..seecblng."But .
f'. """bc'n I 1'I'11lrn..II1".1; pointed .to l ..l rumble,, a high note "T-o-o-t!" and
you told me never to speak to
the striped awning of the
'the rlickon( rear car
the mantel and said ItW8111i'r.7 "
yon again-only this morning. year'
came Into view a few feet away. tftt new Crowning.

"' : ,"and we were lateoV..IIJ' l 1: "Yes, I know but you see how It iahe "Quick-love, will you!" Ills words Bring from th.I l"n ..
\ ? In .
train baa la tie trnplo! clear.
-'\ gone-it almost
and Uy'tM In th 4r .tM*,
rl were eager, as ho lifted bur in' prhlv J\1: \ Ktowlniv
"Not hl ,;---only that dork wan .11 evening and here I am."* A Mi-own for tM Yarn
l his arm* once more for a Journey lathe Pluck, for(.to(trow.of >hi> N.tloDf. u.-lWbOfM
wedding present and, to handsome that I "It doe look eerlou. doesn't It? ._.0 U. Atk..woe
"
,nobody! <>ver .exl''Lec') It to keep time 1 Where do they think. you are?" Almost train sho whispered: "Yos.! / TheWLev Uii or".naa4H. ruw aJ..Und. bMlbiuw .
as soon from the
opposite AitU'a
Investigation; prov dit watf, just four "They don't think. Aunty's probably direction Ttf the eoro r.Nn of sun run
and w'e wentrback to .bed for an hour gone to sleep and won't wake came Mr. Soamans and his wilt" r.on**dvvuld oC wo..
up foremen. He greeted the pair with BMrfram MM. Shrthtand'n hmi.h.of pint.rrum ,
I was dreaming that the cook's New i : until midnight-the other think I'm smiles and laughed r' lh.arm*of the Initial ..
at the daughter'sInJurles arxIththis. ,
Year's rewolue was that she would Wherever the rowels the
10 In car./
papa's
my room when he found A e/r *ta HIM{h brav pt eweh
never )*..\>11 one when an awful noise r "It I* aerioiia-and nobody' at the serious they were not Parch Ir..*h Ne morttlnjr>.Ye.r oomee wlend wick net(4meteerd.

waked nve. The' vook .called that !It ranch to take care of I YR.eln the Old I l err early aee5.
you. suppose "Stay on with UII." he Invited Maon. Ae By ::1)>.frln.* oi ble wintry' wqll
was right and as ibmtakfaet had been II cheetr, -
hey will come back to-morrow,* *brouirhb It*
"We'll\ bring back old.Old Tear.Aid .
before Did the
ready Ihiwn hours i ache thought ..he',( you we ... .
low, Well,'h* lute had hie '
,... (- leave for Chicago
,.better call WI! \ M ?.ome Irk
"To-morrow! The girl fairly ""How did the train come back Oa&l---1.t:: GA- -
J( ?B'tt did JHMI neaR h the elation\ laN 1 screeched the word. "We moat get so Til.bloom the" lauirhe tb. collt ta air
: 11''" I soon? asked Miss Scamana, rising For Id.Nor Yaf welcome rutiA
II DM I"Yev hem now-ta-nlabt. don't you 'under.tend.mwt" front her hardy roe*from Ike rlle-rHo.land,
JACK WAS VAITINO.drw couch "I thought It was 60 A koaolt from the northern lake
J.
my feanl I did :DIY hair miles to the next Wnr inilielr.....tn*bar*.Hire etaa*
Ft at Ion! And at tn Ude tkat l raK>-
with there pine sad Ned put un hls> of the Insteadof "But It, U GO miles to the next telegraph lainB. and* >
telegraphy
' dn+.., coat and odd ciioes-_ both : suggested *. Ye r'i*b.....
are Isabel'." i station-how can the engineer Muon. hop kl eed by tb* \ ...-. _
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forgetful, yon know. We scalded onrthroats "And you wr tAO better off than be- get; orders "Shucks," said the aunt, Owsrthf'Mlt.ey.f> UM Man
cont..mptuoualy. .
with hot ofh tere!" Uo looked toward the/train which "The engineer pulled) U down 7111 **.> pace ww n<.hln. awn
ouraelv with overdone H. twr.
steak The "Worne. JacK'a langtiag wa* awful.aW wa* dUappearlng In a cut between to the creek to nil the boilers. W J .9rrt a.h7wM*>"Mil.ra IN Mi.ek* f

cabman who had arrived at a:SO t w. <<'<
harp, demanded full.pay for flee lime avenue until we came to tM house, the station. The girl looked { Tae Xe..Ye.r walt.... eat
he bad I quickly Into the y tM.Nrw..4.
.1_
waltM. l twVI deduct from which I I. kl.rob.. k*walla,
would "You If New
rcMignUe immediately oee. Year' day and ,
laughing
the number of N.,.l' ...ful eyes!" eye of tho young ranchman. Wltk kle....... la Ike enow.
-So-- everybody but the stable boy and sta- : "1 believe you Anew It all th* time" O belle rlnn*ot far thew.lma rood

"Dreadful: chorused the gut-nta. "He aid _....ere Invited to dinner, lon agent ha gone to the county seat the exclaimed. Onianit Nortn. and ana Hoatk..er theealAad and h.errsd Weerlina

"While he did this tlu rook ItA"" sot lo breakfast, Then Ite asked the to a celebration. There's. dance to "I did not tell Mit yur banam fr* (
arnlng and ; you differently. be B.conM*with emlle and a eoo.of alntaAnd
told _
.tbat the catcu on driver If be happened to know where night. ao they won't be homo-yes. it I I.llerloua. I. pleaded. "You"remtombf-r hta lea Nat of char
I was underorders. .
the bark cellar window was loose. .La *ry aauoa tell the hlrtbO
Mrs. r> Rtyl, II"ed." ." (IM..!.._..l.xl Mew Tear;

. ""'. were In UnTo Nt'd'. leverhdi i 'NoDHtniw. He-" Their hone were moving slowly She waa not satisfied. That To{,a ire| winter ae aria ekto.

Inqulrien the ticket agent calmly I ; "He knew. It was about Kilt blocks toward the station :yet a long distance as they sal out under the atrlprd evening. A..au ta.toll.rt..NT d. BAalAl701Lr

rtvpoudedOh, .yea, we had plenty of from our house 'Btupld of Jack not to away, They were talking earnestly on the rear pal t form and awnIng

tlnw--24 hours and 2t minntr!' Dora added nooner. And he seemed to and did not notice the eurlou movement the landscape watched
t glistening
;"Wby. how on earth could Ibid liap- think the whole affair my fault!" '* of a herd of cattle that had winter moon, the under the
?" a* train aped southward .
prn "Well, you reached Isabel' after strayed from the grasslands;: toward she continued

Tin- train, a.. I ,paid wu*,> new one all- he station and now, hundred and didn't you bribe the: "Really, Frank,

put on for the first time un Nw Year's "Ye-er. In lime for tbe alad. And lUBdred of them, were publng Move behind the hill\ engineer to run
*o It,would "
1ay and and the <-alD<1ar to which -and I scare rae?
I really should 'not like to repeat to the fwO figure The girl's bright But be did
th.. not answer-nor baa h ,1et
agent iiulntml (old IIH that to-day the thlnM our hoatesrsald when acket'nd"tb: flashing red of tbe cap answered *
was Uui-rwlrr thirty-first? abe bad a chance to speak yet though hi* wife pro-
w mt that topped her brown curl may have pound the
KLI8A; .uUUilTJiONO, alone. question every New Year's
,aun d 'their exceeding
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When the apples, are sweet oh I just

eat and eat
IAVORITERRI ,
1H Till my buttons are most apt to fly i

D And Daddy can't sea what the {
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1 t11- h { trouble can be pp p j. jr w
Est! Kerr
By r When I say that I don't car for pie I I *'

IVSN2
IT i lovely to ride in the tall poplar tree: c < .

When I climb to, the tip-top and.float w

Through the sunny! blue. sky just! an blue as When the leaves of the beech-tree are turning to gold, The Ilyeroff children "

the sea When the hazel-nuts dropping keep time, Hilda' Irene Grace. S ?

I III my bonny green poplar boat. When the butternuts fall and the squirrels Harold" Roy and lioug- /: ;
iev--.were
j. having/

The scrcctow is king of the red cherry-tree h' are bold.Then games in the forest are and ty 3
A crow-looking chap he it, too! prime I talked. ubotit what they

tie won't let the birds touch the fruit could do .to amuso, ; ,

> you see. + I themselves iud. (th',{lfr. ...'i t": {1

,jfi But I'm not araid.-are you? ,, But my favourite tree only comes once a year U lIt8. .(,
a with ) tx' Their: Cousin Donald": J '
covered snow
e -5' ; WJ When he others are ;
Vwj A tv who wall spending; bill ,
r 4 in the night in the drawing-
It
.)f springs up lunl Maya with them iBid I % t r" "
'
Y room bright suddenly: ( 'i_ S ,,-
And both apple and nuts on it grow "Have you ever< playedat ):

The gum Iron the spruce-tree is lovely to chew tIp With toys for each child,-soI Living Shadows: !" rre+'

the maple I have a fine fart; I know you'll agree None of the children y_ '

I've chestnuts for bullets,-Between me and That the bet one of all is ) ? had ever oven heard of '''MJ e

the Christmas-tree. them, and they wild to: S a4
you gay
Then they gattxrid:
{
.
K* They hurt when
they round Donald, wno tom
hit, It's great N r hem( what to do and Vow IIUItK YOU SEE!: UH'K XVIIITTINOTON AND IllS 9 ;
'" : when'lIe ..'AT \\' "'U TI1KIR: HllAf)0\V8 TIUIOWN 1
v i. aportl1 to do. It, and ON THE CURTAIN. M If1
: evening: came this In
'" what thaw liifi selves, she did not say a word, but

i r They; ;made; the BC'hoolroCmlnto a (theater only gave a gentle! sigh. '

sh by hanging a big white sheet acrossIt Donald asked the audience to guess '

..... t on a string end putting tome, rows of, what the picture meant, and of course\ t,,
'" -
the answer win: "Little' Heel llldlnft
chairs for the audience.
.
:' .
ss: .
2 A- > t '
;ui > ..... When! tho audience was sealed they hood" .r

g pz *? .. turned out all the lights leaving only Din ( h.llilren, then acted "Dick Whltllngton .

{ which Hitting on' (ho Milestone" (an
tftr 1'- one candle behind the liee; ,
threw their shadows clearly upon It. 'Hated' by Mowaer, the tabby Tat):

J.'t-;: -z r l f I On the sheet'appeared! the picture ofa "Ilobln Hood and His Merry Men"with "
..... ; womlerful bows and arrow ,
little sir I (Grace) in a "cloak carrying (
.. a bU lIel. She stooped down, and made of /stick ,and, stringVha< ) ; a "

rI appeared to be gathering flowers, Killed Cock Robin ?" and many other
1
when suddenly a. big animal (Garry the seemed from nursery rhymes\ and fairytales

collie) came bounding; up and began to .
= ,-" =-:= = walk beside her. He did not look a They were very careful to keep clone
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bit lilt a dog, for he had a long shaggy to the curtain (or rather sheet), and
yo.ii go back on your father for a little Trying to Fool Santa. 'oat which' the children' mamma also to keep the candle !At the right die
think like that! I It's only a Mile It. When change of srcnwus'belng d
from
THE REVOLT recoKMlxnl: ..t once a*' onn of the skin tare-,
thing I ask of you. You wouldn't 'ls-- \.wdrawlng-ro '' nut wade another light wits put ,
,out 'of this :
[OF BOBBIE J*> J father and mother, rugs
grave your poor being very sweet and kind and ,liking near the turtaln.nd taken away when!

now, would you. Hobble? all was ready..
-
By TOM MASON to Fw "the. children eDjylnlJ.them
Bobble (nrmly-Don't) try 10 move .." -
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me. pop. 1 can't do It, that's, all. -- --
"Nuw, Hoiihlo, Christmas t la almost Bingo (reaching for a strapYou) : 5- For. ('krl./mau. MO NBAIt ANI YMT SOI FAR.I .

hro. and If you arc 'a real! good little can't, eh? Well, we'll nee about that: ,, i- ; ;S F "The ladles of the Sewing society are

bur, Banta Claim may do something Cor (Whack.) I'll iearh you not to believe very busy now" announced the mint.

ju." In a Santa Cia III'. (Whack whack.) ter'u wife, "but they will not let me

kibble-You mean .that you will do Bobble-Oho! nwt awt! Please Uno'V what they tire doing" ,

suncthlng': for mo pop.'That old UanluClus stop! "}.s," remarked (be minister, witha !

racket Is played out. flingo-1'11 show you (whack) the bitter smile, "they're making bookmarks
lingo-Do you mean to nay you what) ."--
duty you owe (whack, whack and carpet Mllpnem I suppose.Baltimore
&;1.t believe In Santa Claiia: \? do
How
to your loving parents. jon A:
Job.b. !--No, Hlr, I don't 1 hope( pop, : feel now? Any more like believing? -uerkan-. ._- -I ,

S y(. tttnCtt expert mo to bang up my, Hobble (boo-hoo-Ye, sir. A Ned |..l<*r May for ully. <

sticking, the night brforoTl Ulngo-- That'B right. And are you Little KUIe-Papa. \ r

l nj?_Why, certainly I do. going to bang up your Blocking Mr. William-Well), KlnlH?

,3obhie-And I suppose yoii think 1a Whack.) ,L tI."" --:-- .. Little Elsie.-I hopi Santa: Clans will

.uotarg, to crawl out of a nice warm ttot>bi (promptly! )-Yes. sir. bring something nice for dolly. You I I Jark.ln-) o1l-Th.re '.h* sits, my : :
for.1 ,.nVwmt four o'clock In the morning at three o'clockas Wlllle'H M-herne might hate worked It be hadn't kicked: off the hrdc|.),fhes, know '
Anrt lie her last Christmas
Bingo- get up gave to me beloved, under the mistletoe, while 1 1.I lrI
;IItlt; alt by tho chimney-place In my have done? showing I that tho apparent e of his fret wu due to ", ulla'.. ,hunting hcmlll-:
\ bo and
you always HO (his Christmas will birthday I Ilk. a great gawk seem glued Iti the spot,
tonne Joel' No, air Just give mo 1& Chicago Dally News, I
Bobble- Yen. sir. Christmas' both for her.--Ilcnton. Olobo.Out'uf'lli unable to make use of my opportunities,

1st of thing!t"Ync.. 'thought of getting .Bingo-And are you going to talk lo .. .___. _-: _.U, _. ___ ... .. ____,._ ___.._ -- .- -.---- Chicago: Dally Chronicle.Bister : ,

1 end lilt. I check it off' und let you know those relatives of mine about ili-ur, I snttln' bcfo bill tire smnkln bin pipe, 'I .w.nac.r.... :

what I want. : good old Santa Claus and wonder 'vhat an' when da cblln'R: pa 'splaln matters Cmwford 1 t'.a good thing for us,now wu.d.rIeI'" 1Ywde.

Bingo (p trl fled p:: Well, thin Is t a he' going to give you and clap your Mr. Wlz.loVMln: \ puff: out er big that Christmas hi i herethat the '500 -When youli knifed to nee George

retty pass. You don't think there's hand together, and get excited like a THE CANDY cloud of imoH Do srnoko, It nil do noalsktti lias gone; out of fashion. wan he wearing those sllppors I taaOe

.any -SantA Cjallll, phT'Bobble genuine Innocent little boy room, an' when It die 'way over lit iio Grull.haw-Ob, 1 don't know Hasn't him for Christmas m

-I know there aln't, lye Bolible-Y .. sir, I am. CHILD j&.j& corner wa that, chile, Oat is. what w.... the 11,000 automobile coma Into style?- Brother-No. He was using one ot

*nowu It for three years; but I Just Bingo releasing him--Well, you ,de chi).., fo'
hated to hurt my parents'' feelings no see that you do, or I'll give you the! What Happened 1o I have caught old livery Christmas worst licking ever bad In your ,.'
you Boy Who Ate Too Much sorts of t'lngs. I
morning just to please You' until!! ,I .
,
life. "' "
"Of Fool with Glaus
"' course chll'ren, solemnly! u- Santa
am, tired of It '
Bobble '(halt an hour later standingon !: marked the'old ; &II she noticed .
woman '
''''''''''''''''
Bobble By Ro. Vtr. DUTTON 't"-r
Bingo-But. consider. Thornre with Willie 8I1mllonV )-
the iorncr the surprise of the lit'In' ones. "It wa I
f
relatives of mine coming to npt-nrt! Hne that man 'passing by ever;' dat chllo, an' den ag'ln. It wasn't DvInetle .. ,..f'iI,' .

Christmas{ with ua. What would they there? '! boy's pa was mUI' grieved to .
'"
.
say if they thought you.didn't believe ? Aunt Matilda was busily engaged in ,
Your father?
Willie Who
death to sea, what done happen, Ml'
in Santa?"' Think of the kitchen, putting the finishing 1t
Aunt Jane.
Why Bobble-Yes. Well. Willie there GOCst'he he ask de Wlazla Wtixxl Man what F

she would never forgive me. Think uf biggest. liar that ever drew. breath. touches to the Innumerable delicaciesdesigned kin bo done In de matter. :Mr. WUxlaWuxzle I r rer
the talk it would make. : to grate; the Christmas table.
Harlem Life. r1
puff out anther big cloud of
Bobble-I can't The children of the household were In.teresting .
help It. pop.. This -
omoke. an' when dat die 'way, de
has got to atop I can't go on deceiving What hwVyH4. S.,.. t spectators' of the old woman's '
chile was Urn hot take his +4
gonw. pipe
people any more. The women spend( no much time previous work being present by special perm!I.- r
out his month a. 'splaln dat nuthln'kin .r nc
lUitgo-Haven't ,I always tarn gnus. '' to Christmas III gadding around slow of their ... th"r. be done; fo' *r y'ar at 'to, you, Itohhie that we wonder If any of stockings "What you Tihil'rcn wants to do to.
chile's!! h" be'g.of eourftn, datd
Bobble-Yen, sir. hung up for Santa Claus' are darned morrow_lat. is. what you chll'rcn pa
iBIngo (locking, the-.door)-And wmiW ,Atchl.sod Globe. doeoa't want it-o" do," remarked the old Wlzzln' Wuazle: Man do somiMhln'
right 'way but 1lrVhd8' Wtix.xl
liw
I woman as she piuifted In her work -
aay no I Indeedy. on' rf* lecllw btjy'n pa J// u
I "Is. to SMdat you doesn't eat too mIh htomorrow. J
: 'C811_ t'f yc .i does youl know well miff lat when Mr. Wje'ltt;:
STARS SHINING I .
ARE WUiatlf l It'ln
say no Indeedy dot
no
l le liable loG Sin like er chile dat I has I
ln. knows dat
un' cle Lewd
J Ki mind, ymcktem't
CHRISTMAS CAROL.W.rd.arerr..May .
: But befo no Mr Wlzzla
.. want to tie like dat cbllo." go Wii/xln: : ,)o
..... Hiirkrar-nonld.!! "-'.. say' dst ef he wan a mind! to, lie could
(Aiftftor.ar "Onward, Cbrl.lInn Sold'.rll," etc) Tb lIUleonex well knew that t'iTs ihi auhithln right 'way, but he '''VIdlldat (11 Hilarious flurry I'll Just put this live mouse Into my stroking before K
words of Aunt Matilda were preliminary haul It up and
de "-hlliIIIUH' I Tarn by '1IIWrIC>l1"u, ; thewr
i-- ( to one of those stories with ,
= -- = J- -L, ___+_- ef fee won't I'arn no way CMP.! on' dnn t
.t -. --_ which she tm often delighted:: them and
-= ,- l.. .. tell tie! chile's n Y I I'r :;.: I r-' they' Impatiently awaited It. .
him 1If!'" ChrlViiiiiM' eve!.
'1. Sun .,e ...Ia...... mtmtt ell mtm ..itrwm.. tJe.e'. Ik* Iwrt W '..U. "Din chUn dst I speaks nf," eontlneted .
I ,.. Ibe old she resumed her .It was' a mighty long y'ar." mid
woman a.
I
.
L.5- '_ I the old woman, "hi de irate boy' paan'
;
)laibars "hud one of eff mo rapaciousrtinf
: :=t ='"' "_ -- ---?! ana. an' you may b'llevn Me.orhit. .
"= .
= _' -_ llo Ijht cif. Ralln/
.J\ 1rll
"J-n-i-j'- _T ;t ; f"T' "*' js> s>> Js u T .j.jVi7i iT. .- yore Aver -" .
: r 1 ''i' -.-- 3I :' .... It was tttlll longer; fit- del C'Ille.whd / ,.
all de HAM.l an' natln' all sort oflogs.
{ hAd In nil\ dot 'time to be n'u$hi/0'
trill
( 11)ti| .ima' an' pa! ,hi in. . but er Chile! of candy 'an* .rakes n.t
; iuW. dat,alt an at deru'fo
rr
wrong,
:
:=r all dat lIott..r. 1'lngs. Hut at Un'Ch'rls'nins
.nUu well.
-I time fo' as as er lime fa'Swat '
I V t- : eve orte 'round, *
r r an ele
,0:5.1! tLlr' ,.,. ... ..... 'sods 4. rg. Flock *.. ciMck..Ing u tee rM. eULMt'" 'bet l.awd bless'tenlion yon rcbl'ren.| ehll': *'* ma an' pa both wlnlt M,. W.! ;
dat boy he no mo t whl\t
pay +)
... -.J : f f .i Wnzzl Dry" find. htm seuln bcfo' do
.... 1I ,hJtI jna an pe say ,den et'dmY'dkln'tztat. '
,
fire mokl. d..
an snm* pips.au'attr
? 'r
_S Why. od"T even see il., WU/.I *
dey say howdy. an i ho,*,ty howdy. hay
Wtudl: Man.1bMlt him hut :Mr.\VUtlc; .
I *.'(...** o' -Wrt.'d
dat4 > I'llilel n";
Weztie. be sayxlat he ain't.. Ifwln'to lo tY
Pained er lesson 4m.t 'he ain't
Jlabe) : lofurglt.
I ,..- anytblag jest ylt, an fo' to let .. r __ -. Wld dst be puff out er bigger\ ...
: he
t.Mie J> jes fight on ef wants to.
.
.. r ._ I cloud,of smoke den ever, an' when dat
"
". "An'td.., untie lie keep right on, torsarberl -
: W ahe old she die! 'way. der ws* ,1ft ).oetle boy, .. '
pi fate s Ian tt pie woman aa. complied : ( ) "Wbeu Santa Claus corneai -- .
I standln right befo' hi* ma.aq' pu, tin'' ,"
t-- fount-Ing a slant cake, ;lOtwllll- ,< l'r

4-* w :: dtaudln' t*> 1111 co fxsry, an* matters 40 In his right self. r ,,''1 ',f ".. .
=ac :- frum wiles to wns... Blmeby, Cbn..tmiui "On fttlU Jump ri bt Inter hi* ms's I' ,' ,

come 'round an' dat boy h. 'gin arms, an' as she bug: and, kiss him,'' f

to cat four. d. minlt be wak up, randy saUl Aunt Mat!I/hi, "ttrr say oat M
? j- an' aln't never gwlne to .est an' eat like
; aa' cake an apples, de Lawd
.....::-- K he did befo', an* dat be
... -.-- "' knows what. Cone his ma an* pa was gwln lo
l f r". --....;;:;: ... r 'moaatrate wld him an' tell him dolt mind bl* ma an* pa. all de time, nut
**". ell. ...._ De.L .; ft.. 'H*. U M ...._ IX.4 of I remembers ell., cMl'ren. an' I hope
dey has no Jerttons to his eat In' jes'
: "' d A"/ r-l J r2Tj JLJLgjg what he lll<., punri4 be eat In row remembers It," remarked the-old

= 4-i -i moderation. Hut. Lawd bless you. ''woman. In a rather sever, ton*, 'Mat,
r- 'M,. Wlzzle Wuzzle '
de chlf.
say us .
cbH'reo... b* pay no ino 'tentIon to y e
pa an' ma. start off hone 'I a. '
..... what: dey nay den befa. an' den de an say dey i I ,
allaldce I." > mn rood favour.: : strangest fine happen dat you ever I* much 'bilged. 'I done bring bask dig J- .M i M l
"btan.e I'n"l a& acrtph., wlogC oot. .......r.. Token. Ihla-th.' H..v_lr Child heerd fit." chile but I wants it '.tlnclly understood t J r ye'a
a.
0 M ,..- banotft-ep.......c.pe morning.hed. Lying Her adw'tn of VJrfla.B.thleham ond_fll.d.i manarr Aunt Matilda paused to svote the effect dat I ain't 'bilged) to bring" back
.yte4r1., .. fe HI.ph.r", shake .. all ehll'ren tat air.I..n" doll,' what.
oil
"... ..Chrleb .II..lall, Jone .apeel.dBaat.hedfr.ptarhdrowyya4 of ben word upon the little ones
.,.'.or. rtath: and H*.".. reconcll.J; be don. No IndHdyW..hJna!
Glorta' Ja I.ellal.i l.o! ,>, tiloria !. ."." l>fofUierla ,and the she continued: ton Star
..La. "It will gilUn toward tie dark" she .
0' -
-- -
J 1 sa' em.ldln.... a.new.clad Sire. J bear.bnnr., Then from, lo thaarsnd supernal. limestest fakir tfcoatsnilAnccls I said. "when dl. chile's ma an* pa miss A fall... c;....-.. O ri

hero e'arl.t.11 ..e.,111 J_'hie IIIIY a Parlour Burst a eh.",.: "0 t. P opU. him. Dey bunt high a..' dey bunt In the ScnndlnarUn,.I odof DReo the
amt OenUI. K art and VV.. la AIM unit*. but dont find him. +
I +..... y. Ih.r.'orp. ink yourrotcee low an off sots his people base a carious'custom of patting / .
.
ih Lord Jvlivrahf #
FrsUtnc God
Then M II ant+W ".1'0'' sine, ppg: with anrl' lir. Hi *".' tir!' : pa fcr de house of d. WUtI Wnzxle aYe candle on each br>rocb of lh.Christ* /
la .me*1.1,. 0.-.. Orwla""' l In caCti., Licet .t 1 Mao.' II* aDd Mr. ,Whale }.Wuzz, alas tree. "I -
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-, --' .. tree" said Horace eonaKns/ unto th

,. ,.. ill parlor where Frances was
I" """\ '*'t/";Iii"'-,\\\,";-"' "" "T': Mr. Busby's Christmas FRANCES STOREY'S holly for the great day putting''magi""'

'. \ .... ,.',#f"I waiting till three days before
/ v ', / r' r Gift HAPPIEST lht
J before
twenty-fifth
f looking/ art .
> f "-r dQla!
". i4t. CHRISTMAS But It's not their fault, for MNM' Gra;'

,... ,' would, have attended to It if imr math, .I

f" fVrYRBBUSBY was finishing aflTlti er had not taken" sick Come, :yet
::: By HILDA RICHMOND sunbonnet and we'll tour
pall of "boote IIII"! lor her make short work 1
/ : of the Infants." I\
.
fO daughter's newest baby I,
'f' ": i "Papa say one of you girls must to
'Tm.going buy
intricacy
with the some
utU rand
",: rewing up her tn:: and,
of thn pattern Mrs Grlggs", accept Aunt Caroline's Invitation for+ fruit for the people at the hospital' I

rocker watched her. the holiday." Bald Mrs. Storey, with a said Frances when the dolls wcu" dij.
: In the opposite
: ,
K troubled look on her motherly taee. of.
posed "Papa
"'I guess I must be going. she an- gave me Some Hold,
I Ji nounced, finally. "I only ,ran in to "I am sorry to have you go to tb'it. pieces to spend and they arc burning

r .. 'N f fr wish Merry Christmas I won't dead-aljve little village, but you know holes In my pockets."

you papa seldom says 'must,' so we will "A good Idea I'll
Call Christmas: a go halves
tE > see you to-morrow. for |I
a p, have to make the best of it. Now feel like "
celebrating too.
holiday! I've two people to .cook: for ,
which will It be?" Over and
it's twenty! over again France:
usually-Christmas winded d
"And you'd not be content on other "It's simply Impossible for me to go, the folks at home could see her durini

I days, if you hadn' a'many then," returned mamma," said Margaret, whtrlln' the happy holidays Every letter a*

aM Mrs. Busby "We'll' go to lightly around on the piano stool. 1 va sured them that she was having fur

r practiced for weeks on this Chris time but it is
t Tom's, as usual. Ho married a college : Impossible to put ,
girl, and I told him:' 'These college mss music and the entertainment spirit of good times on paper. The

girls may know a sight more about the could not go on without my playingFrances Christmas tree for the Sunday school
or Kate will have to sacrlflc of Third street
church
structure of the human body than the was a compieu
don't know half this time., and It's only fair, for they success and then the young
rest of us, but they peopi
as. much about making it comfort- have not 'so much on their minds as trooped off to the mission to dmtrlbuti

I hava." gifts and '
able! candy to tho factory pnopii
"Why. Margaret, my time is aa prclous < who could not attend "the big
"And now she ban you come over chunk
: aa ," said Kate, looking .up town,"
yours up
Christmas and see what a good ,
Djt every
lit ; housekeeper she is!" finished Mrs. from the new dress. she was" finishing, "Are you homesick Fanny*''' asl ef

Orlggs, knowing the story as well as "and besides I am going" to sing at Nellie Devon, with an arm aronni

her hostess. the' party next week. Frances an the gay crowd sat waltlni\

"M'hm. Can't you stay" "I might go If someone would finis for the clock to strike 12 on Christmu

dressing those dolls for the tree dow eve in Mrs. Howard's .
brother-in-law old-fashion
for her unfortunate "Thank I hoped you'd (
"The.road., down to the village Is as you, ,no. Aunt Carrie
the mission Poor "I don'twant
her at parlor. ttf
remind
1 wltb-a cenaatlcn! tugging at gift. yoi
queer show me Mr. Busby's Christmas
brushing
I smooth as glass, he said, must be loneaone since her onl;)' of home
his clothes on to heartstrings. He had meant to stop "It's upstairs, and I'm afraid he'llcome or mane you sad, but yoi

I I the snowflakes from will have but not in this manner. Surely there in. He hasn't seen it, though." daughter went to Oregon: to live and< must have so many pleasant things t ti:

A CHRISTMAS [ the bright hearth "Horses Providence in it. of him, I'd like to see her again. She used tCi do In the city that we never hca
make the slide tomorrow was a "So you've got ahead
shod to
to be sharp and mus "
t tN ta we pickedup let ua make little pies about.
]sere some papers
are
finally
I 1 know. -' roll In around In her clean kitchen and at "I don't know what
said Mr. Fulton, laying a that they an
letters to his mother, "I have. It beats all the way
TOBOGGAN Handing some
Sarah allowed us to spot laughed Frances. "I think I
must belongto home never could gli
the widow's hand. "Th y teases.
I for "jolly goodtime" man finds things out and then
he began to plan a "
Ihaven't domain said Frances. the Information
her president about
them and sec. "Tit
him. Examine Dickens
while he separated Last year I got him a set of "
the next day
to the dolls lIaM< Life'
with me. "I'll attend Strenuous since I've boon bci
I my glasses hidden three weeks be-
the sprays of the glossy evergreen and kept it
.. In her own room ?Mrs. Camrron tween the mattresses of the spare Margaret, promptly, "and help yon -

MANDA L. CROCKER his looked the papers' over 'Of coursethey're bcd The night before Christmas pack your trunk If you need help, 1 .
By Attracted "by his festive manner, room
unrolling the have no doubt you will have a good< !kQIJ
sister volunteered to help, and fell to his, '' she mused: ,Unfolding, the I was thinking how I'd surprise him time at Cedar Hill, for Aunt alway I 'A! (

sorting the crlmaon clusters for decorating grimy 9uter wrapper when he said, smiling like: 'That's a /
the and brightening up Inside paper she read: "I hereby give' mighty nice set of books In the spare thought so much of you.
sheltered cleft on the moun. fable house to of 19 the whole I ",
In
a 'the Half-way spite her years
and bequeath
to keep
the rooms on the morrow, room bed, Cynthy; It's a pity 4
+ 3N tala aide where the scraggy pities sister-in-law. Prudence Cameron, famil considered Frances a men
bandy
"Of course he can't care much, she my 'em there, with the bookcase so q
made polite obeisance to their child and no one but the mote:r / s I.

bare-headed neighbors, the Halt-way whispered, rebelliously, watching the andShe Down at the he says [it mad difference tha
read no further. 'car'" thought any
satisfaction shining on the boyish "But he hasn't found out this )
honso had stood, a harbinger of comfort bottom of Instrument was tbe"pe- she was to spend the holidays in i a
ashamed of being -
face."We'lJ. "No; 1 'guess he was
for a score of years I culiar chirography of her Injured broth- lonely house with Aunt Caroline, Instead '
and chesiuuts, I've present,
have popcorn so mean. seen my
And now, though the old stage lay erinlaw."It of having share in the city cele-

rotting In the valley and the traveler : and browned birds and-everything, was never lost!" she exclaimed; though. bratlons, which she so much enjoyed, ,11i
thundered along by rail beneath Hi cried Ned, ae his plans bubbled over. "But I thought you said it was kind .
meant I
that number of packages
Hermon never Mrs. Storey slipped a
"but "
very foundations, the1 friendly gabtes "Everything\ repeated his, slater, of mean to try to find out-
imaginary" 'bitterly, "and then by and by have should see this. "Oh that's different. My present is marked "open on Christmas eve'In ,
seemed guests.
beckoning !
document away trunk and provided a sty
tort Putting the precious the big
nothing, the handsomest kind of a wrap Mrs.
the branches
To-ulght, too, pine
i crackled merrily on the wide hearth, But Ned did not hear for his mother carefully, she went downstairs with a Urlggs. I. was over; at Parker's one llsh traveling dress, but her heart i
' her
ire* little smile triumphant on welled as the trim figure disappeared
from queer
was saying: "Here's a note
,as snubs of public -
If the a progressive
patient face. ... amid a chorus: of farewells and the+
( wore not worth minding, lighting! ,.. The physician and Harmon's family r'ttgr".e noise of the busy station Mr. Store

t da up the long;, low room In' the gloaming" had arrived and the;:wife was saying: i -. gave his daughter some bright gold

Of the Christmas ,Eve i-urn I "'W"wJnt, right on tobogganing down. souet pieces with the Instructions to spent
Two conversed In tender
women rEi r- to the uneven road at the lower turn- them as she liked, but Frances reflected
monotone in the cheery Illumination
Ing. Then the cutter went to pieces that she was likely to bring then
ary and the elder was aaylng: "The
paper against a tree and we were upset, but I > homo gain for want of a chance tc
cannot be found and, of course, the y
not hurt." I f f7l1 Invest in anything except goods found
property goes to your Uncle Hermon.
She ended with a hysterical laugh, IP a country store at Cedar Hill. .-
The other rose wearily from her
as she looked toward the whitefacedIfueband It: was late In the afternoon before -
place before the Are and stood leanIng "
tl-o brakeman announced "Cedar Hill
her head against the black old-
r. "Stunned a considerable, bruised a t Bind Frances was surprised to see a
fashioned mantel.
"Then uncle really Intends taking bit but fairly ready for his Christmas Dumber of passengers get off. "Is this

dinner" said the doctor as he took I really Cedar Hill" she asked of an
our home away from us? she said Interrogatively -

I looking down Intu the his leave. t old man near.

patient mother face. In the kitchen Edith surveyed the "It really Is," be answered! with a'' "HERE HORACE HELP MISS STORM

"Certainly,'' m'y daughter," came the brace of part ridges*and wondered" If a I t smile "It I am not mistaken, you OFF WITH HER'LUOTAtUL"This \

there was "enough go round. But are Fanny Storey that used to. play \
." reply In cheerful resignation, "and he I I
! expects to take possession soon, too while she cogitated the Fultons came f with my granddaughters. Don't you Is the busiest*and happiest" boll'

w But your father always made much In with,a bountiful dinner. remember Gr'andfather-'pevon' ?!""1 I day time I ever bad; except that I wan!

.H'.H'i b of the Christmas) time and, for his / f "We planned for company laughed/ "Of course: I do. How are Nellie and i all the folks at home to enjoy it, too,"

sake, we will keep the day gladly, you ((1" jolly Mrs. Fulton, "and we're bound to Ruth? The reason I thought this was "You must all come to dinner to

i know" have It, even It we meet them halfway not Cedar Hill la because the town morrow-no, todaysaid Mrs How

a./ ," And soon the Christmas cheer 4 when I knew it little ard as the young people started home
"Yes, I know, and the girl turned was only-a place,,,
i away toward the next room, tucking filled the lonely old rooms .... and this looks like a city." "It has been so many years since I I
In the midst of the merry Christmas such flock around me that I mult
up her sleeves with little gingerly "Choose for Yourself" "We've bad a boom since those days had a

thrusts as she went "Mr. Fulton Gave It to Mr- dinner Prudence Cameron looked Here, Horace, help Miss Storey with make the most of it I want France) '

( The brace of .partridges Brother Ned across the table' at her brotherinlawwho day and that 'head clerk he called me her luggage. I can take care of my- to, have a good time" so she will wan

: had snared the day before made a Cousin Jessie" while a smile lightedup pillowed up In an arm-chair, wa 'aside and let out that Mr. Busby was telf.? This is the young lady who used to come every year.

: pretty picture as they waited, plump her careworn face. munching a browned bird, and said,' : going to buy me one of those nice to; play with the girls a dozen: years Frances felt touch. of,self-reproacn

and round, for the last turn of the Then she passed the paper to Edith, I playfully": "Christmas gift Brother I fur-trimmed coats, and wouldn't I like igo but I don't suppose she remembers on Christmas morning when she sh remembered .

) ) skewer After they were ready tor murmuring: "All winter long in the Hermon. ''to choose tt, without him knowing It? the freckled boy who built playhouses i the neat little parcels be
morrow's roasting the tall dear old house" I "I meant to have brought something was to have opened on the evening
the quoenly So I chose-and won't I have a joke on for her. I

.. girl went over to the open doorway a "Papa has concluded to let you stay i ,"" be stammered In confusion, Mr. Busby to-morrow?" "Yes I do." said Frances, shaking fore. She had fallen Into the happ

c' moment to contemplate the picturesque in the house until spring, as he cannot "but- "That was real nice of that clerk." bands( with the elegantly dressed young sleep that visits the pure-hearted with'r

.. landscape ihe had loved all her find a tenant before that time. He "Thank you. I know you did Inter- "It was, and seeing how I could trust man. "You always built the very : out 'a 'thought for the lovely her
s for
J life will stop on his way to Fulton's In the rupted prudence her face glowing him I asked him to advise me which nicest houses of any boys we, knew, : was having and a little prayer smooth

"Even the scrubby oaks are restfulup !' morning and, talk with you about the with victory "and It la all right. Mr. one of those nice warm bathrobes to Mr.. Devon, aDd I still recollect them i family and friends. As she beaa
the will I the
II here," she mused, "and I don't see matter," was what Edith read. Then Fulton gave It to me- mean choose for Mr Busby-I just couldn't with pleasure." I out the note slipped through
tender
the
how I am to bring myself to be turned she laid the slip of paper on her ; -and I thank you again. decide between the red one and the All this time they were leaving the I tlful ring, she smiled to read
the house tumbled down the Dear
Had pqugbter'I
It by that message-"My
brother's wondering "
out 1tI.beallarl" palm,
w
said
green one. He train: and looking for Aunt Caroline. I Christ
} Making a sudden dash at her eyes time anything1 'would happen that they mountain side Hermon Cameron could he real hope this will be the ,happiest (
by the way, told\ me a had '
evidently
, not have been more surprised. lIe "Oh. nrho pot received the letter life to reward you for ..
ishe would not have to at all. of your
her
with handkerchief. resumed: go funny story about a bath robo. He announcing France! visit, for she mas to grstirj
"Of course If rmther Is bent on having Ned tossed the note Into the ma- sank back among the pillows' with a wanted to.buy her hus- sight. giving up your own pleasure
heart!" says a lady was not in "We'll take you to return of
"My he
rth a sunny Christmas In the fact of ternal lap contemptuously and his suri- suppressed groan heart!" band one for Christmas and asked hisadvice. Mrs. Howard's for 'she lives close to I IUII Aunt Caroline Many happy "

it all, why I won't be shadowy" ny face darkened. "Who cares for his said, faintly. "My Ho told her to wait until tomorrow ," said the young man, loading him- the day sweetheart..Mother. Christmas
*'" "You are hurt more seriously than found time on
Howard
In Hearing a cheery whistle outside she charity extension I'd like to know Mrs.
aa some new ones were com self with "Sissy's" baggage. "You to her brother -
ae continued: : "Ned doesn't care about It he exclaimed. "It's! only because be we thought for! cried the Fultons, in day for a long letter
ing in then aii-1- lever( would find the old house without "You must be
-boys don't. 0 yes" (correcting the can't do otherwise and make It ,pay." alarm In which she said
a.8hl' murmured Hermon. "I "Why. that must have been the very a guido, for factories and stores and: little i Fanny,
"Oh no, us your
/ uncharitable thought), "he does tare, His lip curled disdainfully and quivered prepared to give I
\ am just a little overcome," day I was In; though I didn't sea any hurches: have sprung up In such profusion Horace Devon has persuaded
He did "care after sure
will; but not as I do Into silence for I am
when I went back the- that it Is entirely overshadowed. U. good
new ones Hill
And so it proved. But, although that Cedar II
The rocked to and fro before all little brother. And Edith'sheart her
mother poor
) rIw "M'hm. And be just called her husband "I wish mamma and the girls could He is arising
he revived and chatted with his friend, ; spend a lifetime.
the fragrant! blaze, humming an smote her as she kissed his place to
Fulton, over the toothsome plum pudding in that night and told him to lee me now," said Frances, gazing at I architect and has a floe
old refrain. The dusk gathered flushed cheek in sisterly sympathy. young
{' After all, he had been braver than she."It's he did not look Prudence Cam choose for himself, so he wouldn't; the latest styles in dresses in- a store' place in the dty. to which etrang
:
t 'II a veritable toboggan" exclaimed eron's way again that day have to exchange It the day after rlnd')w. "Mamma cried to think of every day. Th,, may sound like

II -"- I Hermon Cameron's wife aa And that. night Ned sat before the Christmas. Her husband tbought it ny coming to.tie out-of-the-way, : tales, but I did not 'want the e'ta

wJ .1lt the fine team cantered up the treacherous crackling fire on the broad hearth' the best joke yet to think what a laugh, >lace and I very nearly started with ,I strike you too suddenly. Of j

her when she it to >'only a satchel, thinking I would rash enough
t only
"slide." "Really I am afraid of while the dancing light touched his he'd have on gave people are not
young
I 'nut 0 accident." ruddy face and glinted up along the him. So he chose a blue one and- need a few clothes We write and get make plans Into the future wIthoutwith

10\ an Faintheart what smoky rafters, and whispered betweenhis whY what's the matter, Mrs. Busby?" otters from Cedar Hili so seldom that consulting for but I can nnd no ,aunt
Mrs can
l anY "Fudge", ; palms: "Dear Lord, we are so Without a word Mrs Busby fled up J never dreamed of the change 1 see their anticipations. Horafte u
happen? laughed her husband, gayly, "
jI. 1r thankful for the blessed Christmastide the stairs, returning a moment later o-day "
he cracked his whip over the sleek a-
aa bays. ; but just now we are thankfuller with a blue bath robe In her trembling "Youll be glad enough you broughtour But Mr. Storey had laid clown paain1

:e4 for the upset of Uncle Hermon! grasp. trunk for things are lively duringhe with a bewildered look that
Truly, It did not seem possible for ter .tODII ent.H1s
"Did you ever In your life know anybody holidays. showed his pain and
wa j anything to happen out of harmony Monts ntiGBm!' AHEAD.: clerk?" she "What is aurprille t odd
that that beautiful 110
as mean as building were wife expressed
..
with the lovely holiday. Nevertheless, -
I. gasped. coming to?" Inquired Frances, asher Came into her eyes ashint
a LsY. a few minutes. later the sertnijy of tears ?O"You
ei EL13A ARMSTRONG BENGOLTGH. neared a stone structure tbat'might ban taken
c .all broken for the 6AaaN I + / mlcht shtr
the day was up -- -'----- In wilt
Mgga'siwavs .
.11t ,t t have graced a city. child'S" .short letters
Cameron.. Frightened something Bill That Beat. 'E... All. the !!aPpr, b."

I by the roadside, the ,horses' became __ "Toil may talk of Bill Jonas and Bill Walker "That Is the public library," said Mr. spoke of'being perfectlY would be a hap d.y

11aq i unmanageable and. In a twinkling, becoming eas r I Bill Brown: Jevon. "I suppose you have a supply been hoping this quite pnparatt

I detached from the sleigh, ran i na I0r I-II I, Thtre's a bill that beats all of them aom.. ot books in that big trunk for fear for her, but 1 am not.tMtion }tr mT
. where In town; the
here would be nothing to read In 1 like
rut( wildly aronad the. upper turning, tr ,e P'se our to say:
I 1 I m A bill that !I. walling1 for an of us rtltl. ''town. won'ttmentlon '
th Mr. Cameron the Is Christ- I It to tI.e'cUI- wishes. ro g* tae
) throwing heavily to I And the name Of this great one Itrf&JIIlllr 1 0>
i I ground. mat Bill:" ens though, for fear they might put With the light tbe enr-.
tf i .c e y I I II 'I YOll on the first train for home. There stained glass windows o" aroanl t1\.
I I The Impetus of the accident sent the No .o B. C.*.ht .%..!., holly wound
I. Mrs. Howard
the th.
at( vehicle spinning down the glassy incline I on porch. She green and church and
J"I 1
she doesn't the
I' \ -ei "My wife says want me mows )'ou. stately pillars of Franc*
h.tho I Us occupants perfectly lielplessto 1 r her a solitary thing for Christ In her
to
give! music eeH "
stay their mad flight The days, that ..followed were busyines Christmas\ ?,???

I, startled to'see inas this rear for Frances. Sb. sent telegram found It lard fSre b of the ba:
Who, Cane for His Charity The Fultons. a run- "Are you going to take her at her
t bar safe
lUng 01 arrival the bo.st
I team dash into their grounds and found from bad
away UI ( word?!'" inly time for the briefest ehoreh CedaiHU u..
out to recognlte It as (bat of their notes till little God ?
I to
rorne-r. ran
gloomily In the of the room ( "Not much! 1 did that once. I'm "Glory 1
after Christmas days. Ju
other
on account of the in voices
1 while, the dancing light glinted along I ".lend. Cameron, and In a short time wo.li.L an advocate of peace' whenever It can tarry places to go and the delightful Highest" sang the sweet, home

the smoky rafter as If eager to dispel they were bending solicitously over the butt 1
be had with, honor. Chicago Reccrd- choir In cbuTomenl
hinge to do. Aunt Caroline the <<: .
enjoyed ae
104. who the
all thought of loneliness.Mrs. I the unlucky man prone on v
that
I ratJla Cameron lanced upward. lathe '' Christmas-now, was moaning unconsciously Herald. ... -_. he company and the frolics to the was doing at ltomeetekne.. 10 II !
itraost and urged: her niece to make there wan us I
', :years agone, when' the rafters were HIs C.I..latr..,
I
""1 not so smoky* aad..tbs.. dear old rooms ,, "We will take him up to the widow's. M.mma-BuC these -heap! toys break; he old house as lively as possible. bear o vie nymn
rhe and vsr IUIII
psi4I& lalf said Mr. Fulton, glancing in the girls boys she played with Under e ttbe ,..ged berHoVace
not so dingy aa now, the } -way :: so easily P -
house was the social bub of the mountain direction of the friendly gables, -while Papa-Exactly. Johnny Is never yean before !Hocked to !see her brlnjc- Devon utb neared late al'
the
friends with while '
JI'I'' side. But now- : you go for the doctor" addressing hit satisfied until he breaks his toys; so I ng them till Frances/ hand pall" that
tb.little
A sturdy lad of 12 years came bustling '. Inn "and then me will look for the "Well I'm thai! ful Thanksgiving thought I'd give him something that laclared this the nicest visit she ever rivals 10 and she aml1..... : t
II/ld her
i/ la life."Ton antltem
l' 11w : In with his arm. full of holly and rest of them." 1 past," soliloquize .Mr. Gobbler, "but won't give him much U'ouble.-Broo; I the Cltrlllt .. fOUO"1et1
and I mothers
:
Ms pockets full of mall. prudence Cameron i are the committee on 1"ft'
prepared a couch here comes Decem tr lyn Life. tna.BapU.t 1alOG.;
lolls for the poor children's. Christmas come ,




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