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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 23, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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OL. 11"r. NO. is. .TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. FRIDAY DECEMBER: 38, 19Q-I. "'PRIOE. Oo.LQCAI. .

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NEWS TilE LARGE BRICK STOKE. Kline's Big Clothing and Fine Home tor Sale. FOUN1 furnished, with a standing washstand
with hot and cold water with exceptionally
Dry Goods Store. large closets, which will be
nd Topics of General Interest. J. R. WALKER & CO. One of the finest homes In Titusvllle AT PENNEY A BRANNlNG'S-Th much) appreciated by the ladles. An

TITUSVILLElLA, We have just received a large stock for sale. An Ideal winter home. Only Furnishing Store-The-only house this AUVOCATIC editor-while viewing hall the

Tin: ADVOCATE, What we say we do, we do do. Entirely of.OVERCOATS of the latest designs one block from the famous Indian River, side of New York where you can find building connects-the a1 o suits noted of that rooms.private There are ,

1.50 per annum, in advance. too much hot air Is wasted on talk. and patterns. They are a splendid quality PostolHce Bank Opera house and storesof such an up-to date line of Gents' Fur- stand-pipes hose for fire protection

$1.00 six: : months '', "We are here to do business and have no of goods, and we want you to come all kinds. nishings. When their leaders as listed throughout the building; also modern 4

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. automatons.AS and examine them before buying else The lot Is a large corner lot, with the below are mentioned, wilt convince yon, flre-ntcapen!? elevator! up to date cafe a V y
Wi-18 sun-parlor, with double frontage-
-Attorney Geo. If. Robbins left for TO CHRISTMAS GOODS we where. house set well back on the lot, so as as every well dresser knows what they ocean and Itoulevnrd. All the rooms \4'I

Palm Beach Wednesday to attend to have had the largest trade ever In our Our CLOTHING department is DOW to afford a large lawn. The lawn Is are: e are handsomely equipped with high-; '

some law business, history but we can still show you a I replete with all the very latest style beautifully.laid out with cement walks, Stetson Hats, Knox Hats Manhattan grade furniture and Blgelow carpets, etc. p
good line. goods. They cannot be beaten by any ornamental shrubs, etc. Bearing fruit Shirts, E. A. W. Collars, Edwin Clapp There Is to be a sale-water swimming '1
M. S. Jones was in Goodallon pool 00x40; bowling alleys, tennis court !
-Judge other house on the East Coast. Shoes and rossott Shoes.
AS USUAL, we give Sunday schools. a trees. quoit\ grounds etc. The main entrance
Monday hearing a case lIe was' a liberal discount. We have on hand one of the largest The house Is In perfect condition, has Queen Quality Shoes, for the ladles. la very Imposing one on the west of the

I guest of the Seaside Inn. NOW READ THIS-When In need of stocks, HOLIDAY GOODS ever seen eight large rooms, well arranged, halls, The largest line' of Clothing In the new building. The main corridor Is
[ In 'Tltusville and dowa-rlver people city. Everything that Is found In an up. IMtxflm, with a solid plate glass front
OF ETC. In different
ALL KINDS TOYS GAMES : ,anything our lines remember bathroom etc. The house Is, plastered the The Claren
for the children at the Red Cross we do not expect to sell every person would do well to come and see them. throughout, and three good fireplaces, to-date store Fall In line with the don looking Inn out will on have Its ocean own electric plant

Pharmacy, TltusTille. who wants to look but we do want Christmas presents of all kinds to suit fixed for coat or wood. hundreds of others and go to the Fashionable and there will be steam heat In every

all who look for customers. It Is no both :young and old. Prefer to sell furnished but would sell Clothing Store. S I room. The west entrance to this palatial
Misses Louise Brown and Grace The finest 'shoes In Brevard countyare r PENNEY A BRANXlNd building consists of a large portico
trouble to Ihow'good. We would discharge unfurnished, it desired. Best of reasons columns
Reed have returned from Rollins Col. FIs. with Immense round: white
liege, to upend .the holidays with their on-the spot a discourteous em for sate at our store. for selling. Address, Titusvllle running up sixty feet, topped off with
ployee-Have we demonstrated. that we Mail! order. promptly attended to. Gxo. W. SOOHIB:, heavy cornicing and elaborately orna
|parents.rMrs.. want to please you P JULIUS KLINE TltusTille Fla. AMONG THE HOTELS mented. In front of this entrance Is to be t

II. 'Watton. who has been visiting ANY PURCHASE made not proving Tltusville Fla. beautiful park of palmetto palms, fountains -
The ADVOCATE Is file at all tie and flowers.
[ relatives in England for twelve or satisfactory will be exchanged or your -A Merry Christmas and a Happy on The dining-room Is one of the attractive
-Mr. F. M. of S. C. best hotels In New York
Camden city.
Wooten
I tier horn ,
months has returned to
more money cheerfully refunded, New Year to all our readers and friends, rooms In the hotel. It has a seating
j at Clifton.Mr. WE HAVE IN TRANSIT the largest will arrive here to-morrow to spend the North and South.FURNISHED Work on the new addition to the north capacity for .TOO guests, and Is 150 long

Wm. Baker, of the well-lcnpwn line of Pants for Men, Youths and Boys, holidays with his wife. HOUSE TO RENT In Tltusvllle. side of the Seaside Inn, Seabreese Fla, but 1 graoQful arches, supported length by stateandotherloolumns -

[carriage; firm of baker A MeMurray, aver brought to Tltusville. They were FIRE WORKS-OF ALL KINDS AND Apply to Geo. M. Robbins- Is being rapidly pushed forward. Mr. runthroughout the room,
[spent from Saturday until Monday at built by the "Pants King of America, Description. A full line of now goodsat Stewart expects to got It finished before obviate the) angularity that such length/

{the Clarendon, Seabreeze. and have no equal. the Red Cross Pharmacy Tltusville. Titusvllle Fla. the big rush of tourists commences. ) would Imply. It fronts the ocean, 'IsHidewalled !
In glass and at all times
so
We have also the exclusive sale of tbe -'rib of the ad. of W. E.
Messrs. W. I!.MoFarland and L. H, -Mrs.: L. II. Brace of Chicago: and note new The ,Magnolia Hotel, St. Augustine, commands a magnificent view of the

j Brace are) having a hunting/ camp erect. celebrated FOOTE TRAY. TRUNK cut Mrs W, H. MoFarland of Tauntoo, Swoope dealer In general merchandise Is now,pen for the winter season 'Till.populr wide sweep of waters The butler'spantry
on 4th this Uobe 5th k I teller, and servant's! duartersliave
page paper. Sound Fla.i our
and their wives will recent on page. Is under the efficient ,
ed at the Hanlover We have received today more of Mans., were among the pleasant hostelry been amplified, and everything
[ sport ;Join them at that point. those LENOX SHOES for children. ,' callers at this office. _Capt. Chas. H Hall, of New York,' management; o( Messrs. Palmer A Mao pertaining to the culinary department
who tor bave sustained Its. to the standard Of the rest
who has been spending some time at Dowell years brought
-Mr. Chas. H. Walton was the guest You do not have the best unless you FOR FIREWORKS OF" ALL KINDSgo of the building.
New Smyrna will leave for the Breakers prestige as one of the leading resort
! of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Potter owners of bave a Lenox. to W. E. Goldsmith's, TltusTille. The entire budding\ Is thoroughlyheated
hotels of the south.
the Hotel Clarendon Seabreeze Palm Beach b..day"CIIRIS1. by steam, with electric lights,
palatial DON'T FORGET, .
Master Delos A. B
lodge It's many
SOUVENIR One of the neatest and best furnished hot and cold water baths, elevators telegraph
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from Saturday until Monday.Mr. We have all the best make.8DOESfor little Daytona friends are sorry to learn tAS AND ; office and a news department and

Geo. F. Miles president and Ladies Gentlemen, Boys or Child. be Is on the sick list, but hope lie will CARDS GARDNERS.The boarding houses ws have seen In a long library of 20O volumes. The hotel will
while !Is The Gables Daytona managedby first-class orchestra of about ten
general manager of the E. C. C. & T. ren. soon be around again us lively as bis East Coast Lumber A f upply have a
We can supply all wants there Mr. N. B. MacGrlff. It Is a pleasurefor pieces, and will play for the guests twicea
Co., St.. Augustine was among :yester your sisters! Helen and Mona. Co., are sending out some pretty oalen- to through this house, fort day and for the trl-weekly dances lathe
fore figure closer than when anyone go
we can
day's southbound passengers on his NEW LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS. aids for 100,1.: They have a. view of Ban Casino.
the
the of from'
Is "pink perfection"
you buy In a half-dozeu places. The Casino U Joined to the hotel on
to Frt Pierce. Oallle harbor them.
way We have several shades of'' Mohair or Just received at the Novelty Store. on ground floor to roof. The Gables has the south side by .a coveted way and underneath -

-"Mr. and Mrs. Henry DI.Flagler and Brilllantlne. This material has never Books, Pictures, Dolls, Games Christmas -Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton have bathrooms, electric lights beaters In the ocean bluff are 8ft bath

party passed through here Monday on been sold (same value) In this town for Cards Fancy Dishes. etc. Give returned to Tltuavllle from their visit each bedroom and other conveniences; rooms for. Maker the use A of MoMiirray surfbathers.Messrs. have. :Just

I ,their way to their palatial winter home less than 75ots per yard. We will offer us a call. S-4t to West Palm Beach. The Doctor and and Is elegantly furnished throughout. supplied the Clarendon with a first-class,

Whitehall, Palm Beach, where. they, will It on Monday and Tuesday Deo. 20th -Mrs. II. Watton after a lengthened; wife are always welcome visitors to TI. Read tbe ad. of this up-to-dat. boardinghouse : up-to-date omnibus, which has been very

remain all the winter. and 27th only at 49ots per yard. visit. with relatives In England has re- tusvllle. on our 4th page. much admired. This well-known Jacksonville .
to bnlld
firm has the contract
FOR CHRISTMAS CANDIES see the We will 801.0. (on these two days give turned to her horns and orange grove at A LARGE LINE OF STATIONERY Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Grabow and another of these 'busses for Dr. Potter.

large variety of bulk and package can twenty-one yards of yard wide. soft- Clifton accompanied by her son, Mr. -Appropriate for Christmas Presents, their young daughter have left Boston Two 3.'\ horse power eleotrlo motors

dies at Goldsmith's, Tltusville. finish DOMESTIC for 1.00.. Jackson who will remain here a few at the Red Cross Pharmacy TItnsvllle. for Port Antonio, Jamloa, where Mr. will supply tbs hotel with .Ieorlclt).
We have so much to offer that we> months leaving for England.Mrs. There are many other things In conne-
ere Orabow Is to The New Tltcb-
have }manage tlon with this hotel I well worth mentionIng
Misses Catherine hams and Jessie -Rev. W. F. Allen and wife arrived -
cannot'mention everything. Come and fleld firm of Alnslle & Grabow.
for the Is limited.
Sanders, of Courtenay came up to Tl T. I'. Howes who has been en- In TItnsvllle from Atlanta and but our space
see for yourself. The sesson at Jamaica promises to be an Tbs staff of this hotel Is a follows '
tusville on Tuesday to attend the installation Wishing Everybody a, Merry Christmas Joying a visit of several weeks with her are miy>H pleased with this town. Mr. excellent one a aqd the splendid New Ir', E. L. Potter proprietor; 'C. It.
of officers of the Eastern Star parents Mr. and Mrs.,Kirby, of Palatka Allen has charge of the Methodist Knapp manager i: Chas. A. Crelghton,
as well as to purchase an-endless varietyof ( has returned to Titusville. Mr. and church at this place. Tltohfleld hotel will bave every facility chief clerk t .1. u. Crocker, cashier; B.
We are, yours to serve and command for catering to high-class tourist trade. Bergman mall clerk; Mrs Mary A.
Christmas presents.Mr. Jon R. WALKKB: fc Co., Mrs. Howes will again start housekeeping -Mr. and Mrs. J. Sondergaard of Mr. Grabow was formerly one of the Crocker, librarian; Mrs II. A. Bernard' "

G. 'E. Prltchett,"'who recently THE LARGE BRICK STORE -this time In the Budge! cottage on Perth Amboy N. J., have arrived In TI. oflloe staff of Hotel Alcazar, St. Augus stenographer/ ; Mis. Ads. Martin, tele

purchased the interests of Mrs. MonroeIn 'Tltu.vllle. Fla. main street. tnsvllle, and will ..pentlie Xmas holiday tine. Irapboper.tor; Miss Jennie Ryan housekeeper
; Walter Sweeoe't.eleotrlol.n;
the turpentine business, has arrived the Tltusvlllo with Capt. and Mrs. P. Nelson head Wm. Ksllum
-One visit to Jewelry The ADVOCATH has received some Henry King porter; ,
in Tltusville from Dublin Ga. accompanied Messrs. Wade H. Jones and Philip South Titusvllle. chef .J. M. Allen head waiter 8. (Sims
,' Wrlht Store will convince :you that I have the very pretty folders connected with the ; ; ,
by his wife and family. Mr. spent a few days In DeLand the Best and most Up-To-Date stock In this "WHAT A BEAUTIFUL DISPLAYof Hotel Astor New,York. Among other night patrol. .

Prltchett will soon have al| residence first of the week. line to be found In this part of the Christmas Goods, and so cheap things at this hotel tea I. served every The following hotels and boardinghouses

erected on his lot near Capt. J. O. Wal- -Dr. ?Miller the dentist has returnedto state. Prompt attention to all mall or- too" Is what everybody says who afternoon from 3:1)0:: to GaO o'clock In anartistlo are open and ready to reo.lYeKlle.tII.
will be seen by tbe displayads.
ton's cottage In South Tltusville. Palm Beach'to spend Xmas. He will ders with a guarantee of satisfaction. looks at the show window of the. Red way la the orangerle of the Hotel on, our as 4th and 7th pages:

very thing on the move and up-to- return to Tltusvtlle next week. G,L. Mandevllle Cross Pharmacy, Titusvllle. Astor and the plan [ta proving highly .' JACKSONVILLE.

date at the Jewelry Store one look at -Mr. Herman Naething and son, and Titusvllle! Fla. -Dr. J. Herbert Judd of Fayette- I popular. On dainty flower-decked Windsor hotel

the window, will convince :you. Mr. Frederic Schilling of New York, -Mrs. F. H. Wright of Mount Vernon -I vI1! N. C., will probably arrive In TItnsvllle i booths are arranged tempting sweets Duval Aragon hotel hotel.Westmoreland

-Mrs. E. E.' Holllns met with an unfortunate who bave been on a few weeks' cruiseon N. Y., who came to TItnsvllle a few I today, to spend the Christmas and little sandwiches handsome urns hotel. ,

accident last Friday. While board the houseboat, Rose Marie In weeks ago, owing to the Illness of her I holidays with bis wife and Dr. and Mrs and steaming samovars. The good New Travelers hotel. *

trying to take a nail out of a piece of command of Captain Jack Lafiln have father Dr. J., B. Ross, left for home on : E. E. Rollins, at their resident on Palm things are served by white capped maids. New Wolfe's Wlndle hotel.hotel.
with Instead of studying: a menu card, folk European
for home to spend Christmss I
wood with a small hatchet the hatchet departed Wednesday, to spend Christmas street. Hotel DeHoto.
on her left -Mrs. Jno. M. Dixon who has been her family. Her sister Mrs. F. M. Ter go to tbe booths select what they want ST. AUOUSTIM:
slipped, cutting an artery '
weather
cool In .
'will her pareota' Tbe was decidedly TI- and It Is brought to a table.
wrist, which bled profusely. Her husband away for several months with a lady relative rill, remain here with and Wednesday Hotel Magnolia.
tnsvllle for several
I days, on
Dr. Rollins was out of town at -attending her during severe Illness for a while longer morning there was a heavy white Mr Fred !Starry: manager of the Breakers Ml.Florida George house; hotel.

the Dr B. R. Wilson was on has returned to Tltusville. Her and Royal Polnclana Hotels, Palm '
time so LARGER ASSORTMENT CHRISTMAS frost. The weather Is now much warmer The Lyon Building.
hand. possible and attended Miss Rose Bigelow accompanied Beach passed through; Titusvllle on :
quickly as daughter Goods than ever-variety unequalled. th t temperature at noon today being PALATKA.Graham .
to the wound which is now heal- her borne.Mr. PRICES TO SUIT EVERY ONE. 70 degrees In the shade and 83 In the Monday, on bis way to that noted: winter i hotel.
resort where be goes to arrange for the
DAYTOXA.
ing nicely. of has Drums, Rocking Horses 1Vhee1-Bar- People again leaving off their S
t D. A.Blodgett, Daytona sun. are ; opening of the Breakers, which I. to The Gables.
the largest number of kumquat orange row., Dolls, Tea-Seta. Games Trains, coat or vest to keep cool. occur on December 2Uh. Accompany SBABBKBZB.
Christmas Dance. trees we have seen anywhere on the East Comb and Brush Set., Toilet Sets, New Clarendon Ian
ADDITIONAL LOCALS will be found lug Mr. Merry was his family, and they
Coast. Tb. trees are loaded with fruit Cuff and Colllar Boxes, Bogeh"1817"Knives GOODALL.
on our 8tb were traveling In the private Pullman
page.Decol'aU
The Xmas dance in the Opera House, GARDNER'S.
sight. Mr. and Fork. The Seaside Inn.
and present a very pretty where
car !Signet! from Hoi Springs, Va.,
TitusvlIJe, tonight (Friday), promiies Blodgett also has nearly a three acre Trrusrii.LK.:
1'alms Etc. the Homestead ho-
e Ferns Mr. Starry manages ,
to be the swellest of the Season. The Sembler Cottage.
grove'around his residence on Excursion to Beach. i
orange Mr.
TItnsvllle Orchestra will furnish music. tel daring the summer season. The Feaster Home.

Let every one attend. Rldgewood avenue. Cloning out my entire stock of Plantsat Stony always arrives at Palm Beach JII:JUlin. '

The launch, RIpple.' will' take excursion bait price. Send for special price Ifst. sometime before tbe opening of the River View hotel. Uee ad. on page i.ROOKLKDOB .

Exchange for River Front. Launch For Sale. parties to the ocean beach and other 17-6 Al L. HATCH, Rockledge, Fla. noted resorts for the purpose of com ''
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points. J. E. VistCKsrr.A Co.. pleting the final arrangements for their Nsw Rockledge hotel flee page 4.
Launch Kingfisher 63 feet long by TItnsvllle Fla. opening. Speaking of the prospects for EAU GALLIK.
Wanted to exchange for water frootpropertYI 10 foot beam, round bottom, 34 foot Tony for Hule.i. tourist travel to Ylorids'tlil. season Mr. Hotel Barno and Cotta M.MICLDOl1al .
this large stock business and Windows 18z26Gla.a.Twin .' .- : _.
of a fine General Hardware glass ;icabtn. model fitted for Furnished Cottage*, For sale, 'a'Sorrell Pony about 14 Starry expressed:: It as his positive opinion New Hotel Carleton.N.ew .
floe
Glassware Tinware. Woodenware screw. A there would be In
Agateware that more people Brown house.
bands high and good saddle or
tie a
Crockery and Stoves. And a all cruising party often, or for running as a ; gen riorfrU this winter than any previous .
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and up-to-date stock of all kinds of the party boat. Write for particulars.J. Highland Park Cottages Eau Gallie, carriage pony f Address, tourist season sod that they would Almond Boarding House
,above E. VncOKXT Indian River Florida. :Four five and J. E. FIJI:r.D. "
This store Is. In the center of. the village Indlanola, 71s. come early this year WaT PALM Be CJI. '
twelve t TItnsvllle Fla. seven room cottages, all new and nicely The Narcissus Cottages,
inhabitants. Only
Of 1,200 -- The Clarendon Ion. Seabreege: Fla.,
for Decem- -
mile from Greater N.wYorlrilaad thirty furnished; ready occupancy waed by Dr. and Mrs. E. d.. Potter
miles from New Price For Cash. ber 15th. Term. reasonable for the sea For Sale or Exchange. and managed by Mri: C. H. Knappe, Is Furnished Cottages For Kent

of this stock and business Is "&,000. son. Congenial society. Hunting, fishing one of tae fluent and most np-to-dale noUls -

.. I am a great sufferer from rheumatism A 33ft. launch fall cabin and complete and boating. Half hour' sail and Launch for;;Bale, or trade for smallerone along the East Coast. The new addition At Sarno Hotel and Cottages: Fully i
1 climate. If ; ,
and must go to. a warmer 94 feet "wide feet long B b. to the Clarendon Ion, adjoins the furnished kitchen, dining room, parlor
you have.a water front on the river In equipment; perfect condition and short walk to the Ocean. ; 33: p. sun parlor over the Boulevard on the
Florida, and want exchange for a fine now la commission. Speed seven miles. For (urtber particulars, write, Globs gas engine; all In good condition. sooth side. It consists of 100 large, airy!. sad bed-rooms.'
stock and business, make me aa offer. Address, Box: 883 W. R. BxncscH, Address, ,WM. FRKDBICMO, and well-lighted rooms. There are 63 Address, J. WATKWS LEt:,

Address aralngdale, Box 214.f L.. L, N. Y. Jacksonville.. li-tf Xaa Galll, Fla. NMt Jensen, Fla. modern bath-rooms, and each bedroom Esa Gaffe, Fla.


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H 1''r) tJ'' '" hl' ;'IN '1':" '" i Into the church just the It have -
/" 1' 'JI<<* % as vener- Cures a cold In 24! hours. you .
able clergyman was beginning his dls- that languid all-tlred-out feeling and U. 8. SENATORS.

GHRISTMAS ''ERIL i course. Ann "Wilson was in her accustomed hardly know' what is the matter you .1.P..ralla.ferro................. .? Jarknmvlll" '
IN pew, near the pulpit ueed .a> tonic to carry the fever breeding B. II:Mallory. ,.. ...... ..... ....... ,1'enrrek S'
impurities from the system. Try Ooaao tf. 8. CONGRESSMEN
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Crack crnck, cra,1I:1The :! few of them will make Robert W. l>a ls,.... ......... ..
1 f BY P. J. TANSEY y- -=-1--= f i .1 sound of musket! firing close by Tablets a you 8. Spartman...... ........... ..". J'alatq,
: the-sudden and feel like a new person. Try them for Wm H.Lamar........... .... .... .. 'Jllonu""ro
: . . .. r, . wns startling rejoinder neuralgia,*the effect Is wonderful Price "" :
***-**.********************...**********************.****t4********************* which Interrupted the reverend man. 25cts. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. U. 8. LAND OFFICE.H. .

CHAPTEIl I.e "You have cherished this," be said side to side In, her wretuheJness, Ills congregation( arose In panic and W.O.. 8. .Robinson, .. .. .. .. .. Rell.1ct
I tenderly, advancing; to her with It. "when his regiment crossed the river." rushed out of the church door.A lee' Sal Recorded Offices .t Galnesnle.le,Florida.Receive,: ,

tJII UnIST1.I\.S: morning of 1770, "May I hope that Its condition Is not a "Then he's In"':the camp over yon- fine and fiery roan steed came no The sad faced young man knocked FLORIDA LEGISLATURE

beaming bright and' frosty on sign of withered regard?" He smiled der?" the highway' tike a tornado. 'Ou his timidly nt the door of the suburban E. N. Dlraick Palm

sparkling snow and glistening confidently. "I suppose so." neck was a tall figure; In h :ileRpun. house!, and presently it was opened bya W. H,Jones, .. Henn.,4
J. r Icicles all over the northern "Indeed dear Edward It to Williams with EXECUTIVE! DEPARTMENT.-
were "Great heavensl' Our Information "My horse! ejiiculatedjjolonel : woman a stony eye. :/
:American colonies might seem to mock { Wm. 8.Jennlnfis. .. ... ...... ., ,. ., .
symbolize
: my continued friendship for was that Captain Stryker. Washing and, rushing a ff r yards up "I-I belt your pardon. said. the sad .Go.", "", ,
II i ; Ltt (with /Its splendor the ,patriots' trust InGod's you',fitly It;should; blossom now out of ton's most useful scout and spy, came the road, stood ready; to seize the faced young man In contusIon. "I tee w.H..Clay V. Knott.Crawford..Seretarv.... .... .... ...... Treaeu or hta4"
t / approval{ of their cause, for Its bnrrenuessv! even as did the rod of In from Morrl town with| Lee and was bridle. I: have innile'n' slight mistake. As a lames R. Whitlield... .. ..., Attorne.Ien'ai'
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mover; did glorious Winter day so strikingly Aaron. Her ekes shone with repressed! one of the few who escaped last night The horseman faced to tbe front matter of tact l' have here .a most rt- B.W.E.'Xfgidn.Commisslouer Shear.Supt.Publio AcricX"" '

t : ; suggest a smiling heaven, and tenrn. ..' but who must soon be taken as they For a moment the''carbine wns at his markable work on 'How to Become Alonzo L. Croom..J. .CouVmJSS, .
J. Clifford
'1 joever looked heaven oil a patriot cause "Friendship: he repeatedly testily cannot cross the river owing; to the shoulder; then It was' lowered, and Beautiful and Remain So.( Its price is John Bradford.. .............Burv6\orreiititi: -(.; ''
!Sa such sore need a* that championed plucking moodily! Bt the withered strict watch Of our borsem,n. Whew while a woman's scream arose from CO Cl1tS.lodbn1/ ; I can sec! madam, K.' E.,Rope.........Tallahassee_.. But (;l1elDll' t
by General Washington and his men, leave and throwing, ttiem on the floor work would be useless Offices at ,Florida, i
here's a pleasant prospect\ for me now, the church door the clattering hoofs that anch a to
; {k The principal theater of the war bad "I had SUPREME COURT JUDGES. [
your friendship Ann. Was It have the secret! already: Per- ,
;( shifted to the bunks ot the Delaware merely to maintain I I i the chance of meeting bier In :yonder dashed by. > you; you M. H:Mabry:... ......... ... .....ClllefJII.tlce..
if ( that I diced with camp! 'TIs well Indeed that I, goat/ lied coated dragoons emerged at n haps, however, there may be anotherof F.31.'arter.. ........ '". .. |
On Dec 8 Washington, hotly: pursued death a hundred times since this night and that the headquarters are so gallop from a lane Into the road before your sex in this house to whom the it.11'.Taylor..., ................esoolateduahv. ,. ? .

I, by: Cornwallla and lnyphl\usen. had gay branch was In fall flower that; I near the river. When the war ends In him and formed across It to bar his priceless book would be of value?" RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS

R ;crossed that river .In boats.:'" He Lad might shine before you ad a hero more rebel defeat bin days will be numbered while at full speed rode in frtftn "Yes," said she of the stony eye, JeiTnmon B. Browne chairman... .. Rsypatl..
1 /barely; 8,000 men. Cornwallla 'and his worthy of ;your love( than one whoso' way; "there Is." And she-disappeared. In a R. }\ud.on Burr.. ... .. .... ... ....Little i Itlver. ,
the other direction a larger party In J.M.1\ryan.-. .... ..
Hessians and British! and colonial daring exploits were winning Infamy""Kdward "Oh Edward, "will you save him?" the same uniforms; probably the men few moments she returned ,and with R. C. olerk.. .... .........KjHHlinniM...Madlmn.
loyalists; having no boats., for Washington no, not Infamy" spiritedly Heauquarters and offices at Tallahassee, Fit ,
She stood white and shaking before who had fired on him. Colonel Williams her came a flfty pound bulldog.
had' seized all In sight, were Interrupted her CIRCUIT COURT.
Ann fine eyes flashIng. him her hands The sad eyed young man slid down I
clasped In supplication. advanced on foot; calling out tp
Minor B.Jones Tltusville
obliged" to remain; on the New JerseyBide "Censure his JIKI .,
,
Judgment If ''i
you The captor of Geo Washington the pursued one to surrender. tho e.steps like a thunderbolt In strict J. 1>. HcRpB. Orlandoprosecutln, ;
until the river should bo sufficiently will but be Just! for the sake of the would surely be granted the pardon of "The river! The river!" shrieked training, and as he flew he heard the Sprun?11erm-FounhMonday In March AttiirneT. '
frozen to allow them to crosa on the days when we three were friends." Fall feriu-Fourth Monday in October
a rebel captain." Ann Wilson and for an Instant every voice of the stony faced! woman: "This BRKVARD
:
Ice. doubting that Washington "Hear COlJAXY COURT,
Congress
/ me out Ann be said
hotly "You will then" brain but one thought of a rebel at- Is the only one In this house ;your A. D.Penney......... .... ........Count,Judge '
could save Philadelphia when planting himself In "her way. "I repeat V. L.Oaulden .... ., ..... :
/ lIe caught both her hands passion. tack and turned to the book's any good to. Next time ;you ProsecDtlnR
!(that should be/done, had fled from that the declaration I made when I every eye was A. A.Stewart....... ........ ... CoiintyLlerL Attnmn
ately. and Its come talk to her. and don't try any-of
sunlit Delaware floating Icy: BprtiiR Term-Second Monday
May.
jetty to Baltimore. But the great com last sow ;you. No"-she wns about to "
"If he answered but your flatter on me. SummerTerm-SecondMondayInACgrot: .
you marry me, Isles. It was twenty.yards away.A
louder had not lost heart. He calmly speak-"before :you answer now hear Fall Term-Second Monday In November
with slow grim decisiveness. little churchyard stretched down to Winter Term...-Second Monday In
awaited the coming of General Leowith me out. Me took her arm and led her February.
She wrenched her hands free burst Its banks from where the lone horse- i Job Printing.Do COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.
from Morrtstown the
8,000 more men to window; ugoln.
i Into tears and swept from the room. man waited and watched, finger on R. E. Mime, Superintendent......Bonaventura.. .
arrivet
would street
Brmly trusting that they; "See those HMslann In the for the best chance to make not forget the fact that at the ADVOCATE Members" i J. M. Dixon,-chairman.Tltunvlllo;
the river and outwit the enemy In he went on. "Well, their presence la trigger office, THusvllle we do job R. N. Andrews Cocoa; J. K. ultzBpruc'ebluir.'
:effecting a crossing before the Ice part of CHAPTER II. one opening In the red .ranks through COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.!
my plnn. They are marching printing: of all kinds, neatlycheaply andexpeditiousv. !
should get strong enough to hold up In here In plain view of Washington rushed from the horse hot which he might make another dash to : : Letterheads, Notebeads, Mlot e3. WTWalker,Indlanola: chairman R. A. Tltosvllle; John R.
; Conklinft Tlllnian
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large bodies of1 marching troops. He himself, "whom headquarters you see HE with rage .and shame lIe felt freedom., Bullheads Envelopes. Tags, and all other I C. Jones Quay; J. F. Bell, Wldtl/ City. Regular;Jnlig
1 'lad his boats ready for their transpor across there where the flag Is flying. that he should have waited But suddenly ho was over the churchyard kinds. ,! sessions are heldaret Monday in each monta.,

tation. They are -only 2.000 strong, and no until Htryker was n prisoner.lie wall and' ( from the high riverbank I BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.
a had mode false and he and his horse plunged Into the' i A. D.Penney Tltlllt.l\Ie,J...h.. ..County Jndce.
n now
On bright sad frosty Christmas more will come. The rebels have been move At the Ifeml.
that D.1.. Oeulden. Tltusvllle}I.. .., .....Pros Att'y
mornIng a stout built blue eyed find : Joined by about 2.500 of their kind even' her esteemwn8, lost tT: him. Icy: flood below I Bishop Polk ufterwtiid Central! roll A. A. Stewart, Tltnsvllle,... ....County Clerk,
A party of four Hessian officers, Half a dozen dragoons with whom J. F. Wooten Cocoa ... ., ....Tax Aesener
i t rosy cheeked youug mini of about from Morristown under a General Sullivan. was one of those men who wear the E. W. Hair.Titnevllle .. ... .. ..Tax Collector
twenty-live mid of middle height, lu We caught COO; more last night half drunk and noisy, were coming: / up (continue on 3rd page.) | seal o'f authority upon their brows. On John Henry, Tltnsvllle, .. Treamirer.
the uniform of a British colonel, walk- and General Lao ,himself. These Included the street. Among them was tine the one .of his episcopal visitations lie J.R.O.E.Fries Minis,,Tlru'vllleCounty Bonaventure .. Supt.. Pub.Surveyor.lint

ed briskly 'anvil the main stvret of the a company that was/ to have soberest of the lot a burly brawny, To Cure a Cold in One. Day I stopped for the night at a country Inn J.P. Brown Tltusvllle. ....,., .,,... ...Sheriff
v Tillage of Tnentou hose fev taverns spied on our strength and gone over curly bearded man of forty who Wore when hU boat nt once addressed him W.H.. Norwood Tltusville..RegIstratlontwicer,
t i and their vlclnlty were crowded with the river In advance of the rest to tell the mercenaries' Insignia of the rank Take LAXATIVE BIIOMO QUININE Tab- as general. '. TTTUSVILLK TOWN COUNCIL.E. .

hessian troops Just arrived. '!Near thll \Vnstilngton the situation. Read this of a colonel. "Probably Ilahl." thought lets Druggists! refund the money If It "No. my friend,1 said Polk. "You are collectoriR.R.PyleH B. RolUnn) mayor\Van. clerk vorleymarelulmd'tax and treasurer. ; I

? t( Church of England; house of worshipat .Pltpt'." our colonel. He was right Colonel falls to cuf e. E. W' Grove's signatureIn mistaken. I nm not a soldier." John Henry, tax'8aRe881irl; J, K. Walker F. A. '

the end of the street! stood the comfortable "1 !:e letter he showed! simply read: Itabl made no guess its to who the each box, 25o. Red Cross Pharmacy; "Jud;;;e. then?" hazarded the'innkeep" D.Mor B,Prltoliard n.J. L.Carruthers.,councilmen,The B. BrannlnR council meets and''
'' other was. lie did not care but be had first Tuesday in each month.
two story cottage t>f the pastor \. hob It MIlT Concern: The bearer er.
1 ; the Uev. Dr. Wilson where also .>. l I.4 nb"ojutly tttutcd. LEE. the courtesy to salute an officer out. Ill* Winning "Thnt I lit not the title given me by TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE.

dwelt the boasted' beauty of the New '". i'...ir.r of that." b proceeded.was ranking him for colonials as well as "Did ;your husband ever win anything those who know me," replied Polk beginning G.,M.J.Robbing O. Bast. ,,secretary.president; J.Meets M. Dixon second treii.nrer WedS.

Jersey; colony, bUt 'lovely daughter a Captain John Stafford now regulars of the British did. outrank the at ther&c5": to bo n in used. nendav night In each month at theIr rooms.donee .
'
\Ann, whose tall .and graceful form safe In our custody down !In Uordeu- hired foreigners ",No" answered young Mrs.: Torklns. "Bishop: then?"

{P* I dark eyes and halriof gold,' were toasted town. But tonight I will be that The courtesy was In the act of being "nothing except the esteem of the "night" .bald' Polk,'laugh-tog.!

: often and.agaln even in faro England trusty captain and Induce the arch returned when Ilahl exclaimed, look- bookmakers and the sympathy of hisfriends. ""Well 1 knew you were at the head

i \ to which land her father often I rebel to cross! at a certain point with Ing straight ahead! ."-Washington .Star.He of :your profession! whatever It was," e
tool*her when visiting his old friends Just enough of men to Join Lee on ")Ieln Gott, dere was meln schatz! said tbe Innkeeper.

jot Oxford where he got his doctor degree. this side and take Treuton from the Schtop! Hey meln peautyl"! Oet He. lt.. .
The young officer entered the 2,000 Hessians he Is now count- As he raised bla rolce to carry; these The man who advertises most Is -
(, i pastor's door. ing. He will fall Into the trap and be last-words to some person ahead whom never the one who does the kicking Don't Neglect Your Kidneys

I Soon tbere sounded a, light step In one of tbe first men ashore. The rest he was addressing Colonel Williams, about results.-Baltimore American. Or they will soon, undermine yourbeatb.
the ball, and, sweet Ann, Wilson lovelIer will be simple. I will myself seize him. turned around and saw Ann Wilson Those backaches, swollen feet, spots be- rowo.are known For bolt by' what a century they they h.ve

t than ever, burst upon his vision A knighthood and the governorship ota who had ;Just left her home to attend lias Stood the Test 25 Years! fore your eyes and especially' the generalworn have been to the produue 8t.andnrlt-h.\bluffer better -
out feeling in tbe morning are sure
P "Thank God for your safety first and colony will be two of my rewards church running In fright to the door The old original GEOVE'S! Tasteless signs of kidney trouble. Irvlng's: Buchu by all crop dottier* than. 19OS anr others.Need An.Sold
of the
sacred edifice The Hessians '
next for :your renown, report of which The third. If you consent! But you ChillTonfo. You know .what you are Wafer cleanse the blood build up the anal fret to all applicant
I bas reached us and tho reward of seem preoccupied, dear" lIe took her broke Into a roar of laughter, and their taking. It la Iron and quinine In a taste- shrunken walls of the kidneys, removing D. M. FERRY dt CO..
:which I proudly see!" she.said. hand again. leader swore In hie broken English less fottn. :No cure no pay, 60cts. at the the cause add the pain with It. Hold:: at Detroit M'oh.w .
ii LI And now shuffled In. the bent and "Is-Is h_among :your prisoners?" that he had noted the house she had Red Cross l'barmaoy'Tltueville': Fla. 600ts a box by Rod Cross Pharmacy. _

) gray old doctor carrying blessing wel- she asked In a trembling voice come out of and would make It his

come and congratulation on bla withered "Warren Stryker? No and truly tot headquarters during his stay In Tren I -

,; outstretched hands your sake and the memory of the ton.in .
Instant the colonial
"Made a Captain at Long Island and school days of us three In New York I an enraged "
was at the side of Ilahl.
,
.
a colonel at Harlem Heights-! cried am clad that he Is not I bear him no
White with anger, be managed to
the old man weeping with pure delight malice though be took the rebel side
,
y' "Thrice welcome and God blesyour and for a time at least.had stolen :your any: with some show of calmness:
? affections." "Pardon me colonel but I am here by
t ) special order of Lord Cornwallls. That ,
i "And behold" cried tho young man "Edward. I love him and will
pow' house belongs to friends of mine andI .,I,'.,
l exultingly, turning to him "I bring be true to him while you holly la evergreen have made It my headquarters durIng !' /l I I I
you tidings of greater Joy!I" !! \ reluctantly / ," replied tho fair girl, flushing our stay In Trenton." / I I I ,

'i released the 'hands' ot, fair rosy red and drawing herself up to her "Colonel," responded the now angry r' "' ,p'

Ann for thooo of her parent. "I ''am full heIght. A holly bush outside the foreigner (we will forego his mangled -. "< :

1 selected" turning to her again/ "for window had suggested her last words. English), "I am in this service for pay, 11 II i u I ",

the glorious trust of effecting.the cap "lIe Is a rebel soldier, as you are a and as I may suppose you know, that ... "'
; tore of the arch: trnltor.." x brave loyalist For the success of our service ends In a few days so I do not 1'1 ,'

"Qeorge Washington! exclaimed') sIde I pray dally; hourly pray and for care a button now what I 4o." ; ',:' :

,both his listeners. his safety." "You shall not Intrude In that bouse, m .

Yes, this very Christmas ulghtt I "When did you see him last,'may; I I tell you!" ", Ii. I, :; ,
i know that I am an sate In telling that a.1I:1": he Inquired coolly; "We shall see!I" ," .
here; as I was lu suggesting! the plan to "Three weeks ago," she moaned. They had been walking together In 1.1 ", .

General Cornwall! himself." "What, here?"" he blurted out la the direction of the church and now

He walked to the mantel and.took upa alarm. they arrived opposite Its door, The .' '
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Professional 'OI1'rds. CHRISTMAS IN PERIL. peared at the door and knocked down duct to thf'mp.' ThIll papal apes IF,
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I .. one of the ruffians after another. Others of but one 4 qj spy _

(Continued from 2nd page.) of the townsmen rushed up, and Ann look4,:,jstlll in"ro asked' :: W. HANCOCK'S

GEO. M. ttOBBINS: I other Hessians, but Captain Hardy "What other'prlaoi, rs?" .

the Hessian officers now mingled' dismounted sent half a dozen of his dragoons in *(ttni) <,If yours.. Ha

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR l and clambered over the wait among the gathering rioters, and dispersed go upstairs the n>,mi on your rl

AT.LAW.WDLpractice They saw the noble steed straggling/ them. and bring d+#n the man you, pursued< Liquid Sulphur .
"Behold the work of glorigua today."
In State and United State. helplessly In a whirling Ice filled eddy your
King George!" cried Stryker-bltterly $$ryker was brought into
Court. that touched the shore. Presently s A portfire,guaranteed!cart
"Don't shoot!" cried Colonel Williams I "You speak of mercy. I would beg no the room. tor*U dticAfca of ih,

Office at TITOSTILLK, FLA. running after tho party.' "The mercy for myself; even If you bad the "Here is four prisoner" said Williams BLOOD, SKIN and SCALP
power to It. think solemnly to Itahl. Ann Wilson
grout But Ned of ,
horse and man must be swept ashore / for me In hat or cold< ...Ih.. for tteiBil ._
NCoCK'S
L. OAULDEN there The soldiers were taking!: aim. her who Is dear to both of us think of her pistol still In band, approached herlover Application,. Tot internal uioKaturVs .
D her peril In the hands of these foreigners who throwing his left ana 1
The redcoats lowered their carbines, Greatest Gtrmloldi
then tlltat risk all ; around her kissed her forehead and
for ; : of and every ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW they were Captain Ilardy's com- .
of WillIams' command but thing-plot, prize honor and even life- taking her right hand placed In Wil! nett 0 i..a lad conitllutlonal rcm.dy."
own
Will practice la all the Court of the Btat pany place her out of danger' That I Implore liams'. vgave herr was all he said./ For BATH and TOILET
Ilslil
Colonel who with his merryfriends
oIl'loridae and the United State Court Hal" cried Kahl
had gaIned the bank, took a your "So! derisively. Beiutlllcf th. completion. nniwt
I.O Box 238. TITU8VILIJC.FLA. i He caught Williams' band between' 'Five minutes for you to pray, ;young/ the irowlh of the halt ud p...
pistol out of hIs pocket and fired at y...1.tl turnini tr y.
both of his. man; so preparer'"Goodby Urn nUR
.. the daring rider, now within a dozen u Hancock'sLiquid
F. J. \VEU: ;yards and coming Inshore. Horse and I "True, .Jt boiiia! be done," said the dear, dear Ann!! A tear $at.n's CnitMt Cirnlcldi.

rider sank, and when they next appeared :, other> and just then came the sound rolled down Stryker's swarthy cheek. Sulphur Ointment .
"ATTORNEY-AT-LAW of another uproar further up the street He turned his back loot any should !
the man was out of'the stirrups I Fr .irtd *ir> etally
j witness bin furtheremotion and slow a Lnw rpMbn.4 a.... 1.11 for Sun, Scalji.. I ISor..1
"But how--tlmt's the question? ... Open
Will practloe In the Courts of the 7th the horse was bleeding and dying I '" ., .w? .
ly mounted the stair to spend to best ,. ,",...,. ....w... ChaltdRaw rlfl., .
Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand Send her, and her father up to the +\a.an.w..wwawur. Boil
and"both were close to the bank. : .., ,, .., S SitilK i "
rents and accounts collected. With the assistance of bridle. reins Mml) under,escort of your dragoons" profit the five minutes' grace accorded \er."r c'r".i.c..':Y.w.w of riltl fat, and KotMhiieiiI Psi.rw tr ,,'
him for his soul's
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. thrown to him the fugitive climbed decided Stryker, rising. good. ,.likes? wsu, eamcoo.e and llDifMMI.SW la MhteacE /
i out and up the icy bank, still holding I "Good! Aid I can send you up with "Captain Hardy take Dr. George .O .-
Peters and Ann Wilson _. ... .. .
Wilson Elizabeth
D. PENNEY his trusty carbine, now, alas, useless. j them and so save your life but on con I th..sar..N--.0.........Coo,
A. "Surrender to me you dog of a I dlt1on"I into your custody an suspected or: _w. ...... HancockLiquid

rebell"! shouted Kahl. The prisoner "What Is it," treason, and take them to the camp InBordentown Sulphur Co

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW looked at him with a glance of contempt I "That you pledge yourself never to !" cried Williams. He then: ..ttl"O", Md.

TITUSVILLE, .. FLORIDA. "Take this man to the first ; see Ann Wilson again after I secure whispered to Hardy: tbe true.reason for

Will practice in all the courts of the 7th house Colonel, 'there Williams, the and parsonage the dragoons!" cried I ;your"How release.can you" save me"?", The. ques sending Ann's voice them.was I'alst'liin useless pro .. !It .L >u> .tt.Ul tr: 1 -Y5'UDNEYCURE

Judicial Circuit. tioner's cheeks flushed, acid hublt his test Itahl!, half drunk though hit wan, atop.th.ooesdhaad ..!.luntfs KhV.eye t earl. Bladder Right
proceeded to obey. The Hessians Interfere with _.. _. .
that he could not
lip' aw -- -- -- -- -'--' -'- -----
glared Impotently. .
/- A.. FROST, that order,and with a curso, he ordered
"I will tell Lord Cornwallls when 1 I
"Very well cried nahl, with a IF YOU WANT A.
his Hessians to bring down the spy instantly .. .
turned
that
cfo askfor
A TTORNEY.A T-LA W, forced laugh, "that will ; that's my your liberty you that "no miss the .
might
so one -------- -
headquarters. Captain Hermann, you loyalist for sake of old friendship with ,
Will practice. la'all the Courts of the 7th and Steyn and Brandt go and bring up me and gave me your boat In this en fun I""Now I
all'n lost but muttered
Judicial Circuit. glory
your companies. We will soon see who terprise.
% .Bnlldin
Williams
chokingly
; Lot
TrrusviLLic. :, FLORIDA.* is In,command here! "And I will tell him that you liar! Ann Wilson shrieked and fainted. .. :

Ann Wilson her face white as that The loyalist recoiled from the r
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of the aged man on whose arm she thunder of the retort. The other folded : 'ji!;; \

STEPHEN E. FOSTER leaned, had eyes for'no.one or nothingbut his arms as If to restrain them So fair a day bad given place tonight a or,slot with a UUH.DINO READY FOR OCCUPANCY, h
the from violence and with of fury Snow was whirling '
ATTORNEYATLAWJyalUpoburohBuilding oncoming dripping prisoner.. quivering passion '
They looked sadly Into each other'seyes be uttered these words In accents madly In Its blackness! and Its cold fi I, I''BLAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE, ,

: Jai. but made no sign of recognition of deepest scorn: was intense. Trenton town was about I.. .* PINHJAPI'LE! PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. as hla captors halted him at the door. "Give up my love and my good patriot t6 have a temporary respite from its I We probably have for sale( Just what you are necking.
Colonel Williams Doming up, asked repute for the skulking remnant : reign of hessian terror, for BALI and
wretch'Ned 7 his troops had marched out of It at Settlers: are locking{ In but still there Js room If you are I
NT S. BURNIIAM M. D. the preacher to admit the half drownedman of the life of a self scorning
and to provide him with changeof Williams you must have forgotten nightfall and were making their way' looking this way, drop.a line to :

clothing at once. "He,Is my prisoner me ..traogelrl"'Vhllo ; silently to the spot six miles up the
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, river where the patriot chief was to be JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rdVice.PrMldent,
he added, with a glance at woe this/ was passlng.upstnlra the ,

Ear, Nose and Throat. stricken Ann,, Was It a look of triumph doctor was pacing his study in deep delivered Into their hands. ILORIDA EAST COAST R'Y
Wil- ,
An hour ahead of them Colonel 1
WEST PALM BEACH, FLoI IDA. or of as.urance" Alas, she could misery, and his stricken daughter was
In Continental buff and
Hams now ST.
AUGUSTINE. FLA.
not tell."And. swaying with clasped hands once more. ;
1 bluer had found a ferryman awaitinghim .. .._ .. ..
R. UOUGHTON'S look you, old one, thaf he does In her chair Id the little parlor. --- -- -- -- --- -r-"
nt that spot. Tbe boatman,
D not escape else I'll hang you for It. I She went out to old Betty In the very
I'm In command In Trenton, and this' kitchen. "Tell Colonel Williams I want muffled tn the very eyes and shivering
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS iu spite of that, piled the oars vigor Florida and
I
boose Is my headquarters. I will be to see" him said she. Oranges Grapefruit
ounly as his sharp lookout for Ice floes
on the "Den to.," ready for dinner In an hour, and so The colonel\came running/ down the
would allow, and In ten minutes theywere
Now'ON THE INDIAN Riven. will three of my captains. You hear' stairs. She advanced to him with a at* the other side
So spoke Kahl and sauntered off to face like death. AT.SO KAHTY VKOKTAtlT.KS WANTED BY
"Now for It, muttered Wllltams,,
await the coming up of his re-et> "Save him," she moaned, lifting her "
The Largest and Most Coin- "Come with me and do not fear a
forcements, muttering to himself, Clasped hands. .
mats Establishment South. then?" The man obediently trudged on be' Q1 M. Clark: .
"And the beauty shall be one of the "And ,
hind. In front of a small farmhouse .
party." Ann and her father followed "The holly leaves are no longer ,

GEO. S. HACKER & SON Williams and the ,prisoner Into the green!I"With a hundred through yards'the away buffeting staggered blast a, sentry and- 110 Murray Street, New York "'I|

house and the dragoons surrounded It. n cry of Joy he clasped her to'his I
just beyond him stood, leaning againsta
breast. "I promise!" said he In
flagstaff, a tall and majestic flgurp Member of the National League of of the United
State
GonymliiloQ} Merchants .
CHAPTER III. gleeful tones. "And now there Is nc apparently indifferent to the roaring

prisoner wheeled about and time to be lost, darling. I will send! winter gale. ", -Ste cl1.nd Quotations Cheerfully FurnUhedF. -""

THIS a smile held out a hand to him and you and your father and Betty "Who goes there challenged the

and tottering Ann. to the British camp; out of the pow- sentry, -
I1 I1u. of this Hessian clone:: !, and then 1 I
yIl "Fear. not for me, dear, be e.r "Captain Stafford of General Leo's
N c& COsat
aid. "Christmas tells us there la a will prepare for"- And he pointed. command with Important news for via is 1t rdsldsir6ahldaaii .
across the river
Saviour. General Washington!I"
She placed her hand In his, shuddered "No, nor' she cried, springing awuy "I am General Washington. What Is Washington St. I NEW YORK.
from him. "That not for U3 Murray Street. J N. Y.
can and looked appealingly at Wllllams. was your Tour news?" poke the man of majesty,
No word did she speak, but mer offer. My eye' have been opened. advancing. .

1 her father, to whom Stryker offered his Horror Is reigning here. Take Warren "General Lee bids me say that with

; disengaged hand, sobbed as bin quaver- across the liver with you and bid the Goo; men.you can take.Trenton now If Oranges Pineapplesand

MANUFACTURERS OF Ing voice uttered the words: generous Washington come with all yon act promptly. Ito has reached ,

i "Oh, Warren Stryker, you utter blasphemy his forces before these devils expect the river bank by a detour and bus

Doors, Sash, Blinds : I Son of my neighbor, may God him. promising that even the womenof 'earned that the town IK held only by' Florida Fruits Our Specialty.

I forgive you for your ,treason and for Trenton will fight In the street to 2,000 drunken HeHslann. He'will have

Moulding &: Building MaterIal. I the,woe you have brought to us!" aid him. Do this and I am yours a. all his men on yonder bank In an hour.I We represent several of he largest shippers jour State, and wish to representyou .
the town la savedr'Colonel !
Office A: Warerooms, King, opposite I The young man's smile died away. soon as will guide you to the spot, general."
Cannon Street He turned from father and daughter Williams chin on breast, "What do you bring from GeneralLee also. Give us a trial shipment',. EiilablUbvd SO.yeir*.

to Williams, who sullenly looked on, i slowly paced! the floor. Compressing to Insure my' trust In this'" _._..--_---- __ ._ --___ ..- -'_-,-_-_.--. ..- ---- --.- ---. ---._.--_...._. ,_ ...,
Charleston, S. C. and held out his right hand to him his lips firmly be paused before' her "A letter. He handed Washingtona ICe'tABUS" 1"70. r '

"Under this roof there Is truce, I.suppose and said rapidly: paper.

Sash Cord ," said be, again smiling. The "You add conditions now that would '
Weights a .'- The general rapidly I led the way Into
other took the band for the fraction of make my saving him Impossible. Your the farmhoufie. Turning around! when M. &
Lane
Hardware. a second and then said hastily "War nerves are overwrought. Should I do they' bud entered Its well ,lighted parlor Son250 .

ren, you must have dry clothing/ at as you ask Washington would still be he smiled as he said; M ,

Window and Fancy Gla once" captured should I-and who would "I should need no other credentialthan

"A suit will bev found In my room- then, be left to'lutercedo for him upstairs the company' ;you keep, captain.". WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK. ;
'
AISPEOIALTY.TLedford's sobbed the old In that cuse'airiUn a captive behind
clergyman. Williams looked at his boatman
The two young men went tip the "Oh, my God, too true!" abs cried and sauk speechless into a chair. Southern Fruit and Produce

stairs, and the colonel entered the for, like all the Tories, she bad been .
taught to believe the king's troops ultimately -
room with Stryker, explaining that be "1 got on my hessian, suit In a hurryand .

r a must keep guard over him. invincible. picked up a musket and bayonet;
"Everybody knows of ;your dasbigeiplolta "What I can and will do," be added the house was full of them-and walked Ootrl.trl.1oo1oc.: : : : : : : erohac.: : .ts.

and your keeping the rebel "!s to send him to the camp a prisoner, downstairs at my' leisure and into

headquarters Informed of all our move- with the request that nothing be done the street just as the dragoons were FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

ments as Washington's moat trusted on hl., case until I return. Then I will riding away with the Wilson family

scout, and I'll wager that you know make Intercession for him as one having Soon there was a great hullabaloo and tflDolI.. Cards and our quotations furnished on application. kt k kFOLEYSIOPEY

why It Is especially Important not to the right to do so." .. I saw the Hf Hlans start out in all t

lose you now," he added. "But band "God blear yoo!"' she murmured. Oh. directions searching for myself I . .. -

Brack-Draught come! why did you takemy hone? And she did not see the sly, wicked gleamin thought I bad better be active, too andI TAI fotmllONEY rA
nearer re entire system his eye not guess that he mljbt insist
clad
they ahme-but you were warmly I I never stopped! searching till I found
and keeping in health than under upon having the wedding before Cures Cold. Prevents Pneumonic' fe..audre.g _/.. MS*. jr* ..*.e.rrIu1I1
any other medicine made. It i. with a suit of Hesslun uniform risking his Intercession. Poor, harassed the ferryman and tied him up In bin _,..._ ..._ __A._.. _'_'" _, _._ _. .. __ ,_ __ __. ,
always ready in any emergency to your home pun." cabin; where the Hessians l would soon

treat ailments that are frequent la The other was rapidly donning the child! find him, discover the trick and go AJ"VOOATID: JOO: < oar=cam:
any family, such .. Indigestion garments of the doctor. "Call Captain Hardy!! called out the back fully convinced that you will not

bUiousnesu.l colds, diarrhoea, and "Under tbe circumstances 'tis no use young man to old Betty trudging past cro
stomach achee.Thedford' denying. Edward." he replied "thatI the door. "Ah well done Captain Stryker a. .. ... .. ... __
-- --- ----- -- -
the
r--
Black-Draught Is know who Captain Stafford' Is. The old woman did so. and the cap usual. Now we will surely cross, but

standard, never-failing and remedy kidney for There are mautongues In the big tain entered. His colonel had but begun not for a few h>>nrs, Have you any C' : 3AS.: ':8I:: :-. TT::: 2. L c2c O O .

trouble stomach It bowel Is a,cure liver for the domestic camp that stretch from her to headquarters to gl-'e his order when tb8 street request to make for clemency for our 811''. 5i. w. Bay .!., JACKSONVILLE ". FLA.4rULLQTu. .
and in it
door thrown again,
ills which so frequently summon In Bordentown that can be was open prlaou.r'l'

the doctor. It is as good for children mr.de to wag with a farmer lad's ap- stood Jlahl and bill tipsy captains grinning "None, general." ,
of triumphantly, while outside "the .
as it is for grown persons. A dose pleJackP '
this medicine every day will won "So you were the sutler I saw as I thin red line" of dragoons the street How the army crossed the Delaware P> '

core the most obstinate case of dyi- rode out of camp?" was packed with Hmslans. I that Christmas "--night and In the dawnof

tiepiia or constipation, and when "Yes. and I followed on foot to reach "Colonel. said Babl, advancing morning captured the town from I z CXPRTJS r rfr

taken as directed brings quick relief. 'my boat and crow ahead of yon with solently', "here is an /mler .from Lord the drunken Hessians, mortally' wound' K.PRCFAID.12QT5 .

D1xyaLa,ILLoox-.td.lEt warning. I went so briskly that I excited Cornwallls! that you' turn over the spy log nah,' is history What happened
'l'MMItott. Blaek-Dranarb few b.eaour\ for Instant execution and procoed
Infantry to me
interest I reckon.
faun doctor for BT. ya.r..nd want some to rash Colonel Williams must be plain
no otbor. Wb.il nay of va fMi .= w.. I chased me but I distanced them. on your errand. He showed a to all who read the fate 6f Major
tak. a d M. and ara all right la IW.IT.butir M''
which Williams nodded r
*. W. ba..ipwit lot. of mom for' I knew the dragoons would be after paper, over Andre, and this Christmas tale Is not -0.8MiiMyiRE5D;
doctor bllla but gel. along Jo.* a* well off with compressed Ups,. but with a new
ells JBladK-Omncbt. me next and that I must pull mycountryman's written for those no dense as not to .
rajL n. BAOCB.Ak ADD looked from one : garb. The road was full light in his eye. guess that the numerous and respected n
: your pac"a 01 bewilderment and fear. *
TluMlford'. :Black-Oranght cad if b. of Hessians as I came near the village to the other In Htrykers of New Jersey are proud of ) s tOO 4so

doa not kwv .to Th Cbat- aDd so I decided to go to your folks' RaM approached Ann with an ngtyJeer. their relationship to General' Warren : rOft 'a f .
_.. it.C.dSIc. -, .. She stood her ground sod from a l-- : :
pp.ok.g. bg&1.4 07O.. barn to make the change.: As ,I openedthe Stryker and his good wife Ann.
---.. will door of It I saw tb."redcoat* com table drawer beside her calmly' took ,- ,

riding over the hill. They MW me too. a pistol. Uric Acid and C.ayeJ '
'Vv
:!
You know the re t." She raised the weapon. Tbe Hessian ,
e ."Too bar no chance of mereyf" ""* staggered back, and she lowered It. Are caused by>> tbe kidneys befog unable t1r cN
to properly filter the Imparities from the
aid WniUois coldly. his bands' be- The botiM began to nil with the blood. Irving' Bacba Wafers are the hI'

bind 1aIa. prowling foreigner/ ooly sore remedy for this condition;they r
At that moment a tumult was baud "-JVat.away: | r"" thrvateiMd thrtr:, com- leans*the kidneys from an worn-out fAceata

II Jn Ute-trset.. Both men kxafcln sot mandsr. ;'And y
Nor. a.ftt4htraed-wes.. e.ylpUSd bltir JS&r"' the U
Ha tso........... .....in a b.+..alt "." .. i.. I fan **r m1' etMl"..... of the u,.. did/ sold 60eU a ;box by .- _.- ''

n ; bMwltlt'ldls 0ll tata dMtsiy Q- .o...,to t iGsptataMlartfCwTMC* Sow. ,it.4 cruel .PJaNJaao7. TU0T>U& v for the Pa1rt}Ireprtug ,//Co. '; .

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<"" 1 JAKES. PBITOHA D. President: I WM. M. BBOWW, Vlc"Prealde! i
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each others characteristics and .
4 BAST COAST ADVOCATE .5 W3i8TON BBANNING, Cashier.
1 tastes, If your friend is fond*'of

,., rending, it is easy to select a book ,
STATE
M .BBaLT JODK9AI.DBTOTCDTO TH. D T LOFMCNT which 'be would enjoy, or, by sub INDIAN RIVER BANK

t+ Of THE IKDLAlf: .tTB.. LAaa scribing for a periodical for him, ROYAL ,

i WORTH AMD. BISOATMB..T/EOT10as. such a gift will remind him every COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

week or month tl at you thoughtof
"' EVERY FBIDAT.CHABLBS Authorized capital
PUBLISHED
$1OOCOQ
I him Christmas day. Flowers '
on '''
lI i iI or potted plants always make : : .- Paid up capital $25,000
,
... H.:'WALTON, Editor A Publisher, cc Average deposits,
$200.000Transacts'
appropriate and well-appreciated Ba Powder .
I ,n ?
I, gifts for tbe sick. And then thereare it\.g: "'
for Inform
a- In writing to the ADVOCATE
'a General
S
Banking
beautiful and
the
t lion onl kind the writer will oblige by enclose in shops
Bg a tamped.addressed. envelope. useful articles in silver and leath f
i Business

'f 4 -- -,Ul ooutlntiao3e of adYtI, must t>a msde per* er.Above all, select which will last MsaJkes Cleeur Bred '

i Mklljr at this office or by writing.. some time. Those things, which if III- ;w Largest and Oldest Bank on the River l:!'

not a Joy forever certainly may bea Eiebonge.bought! ; and sold on all Foreign
.
CHABI.BS
i .heck eto.,may be made payable to ., Countries.k'atronaaeappreciated. .
B. WALTOS,publisher. pleasure for months or years. i
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i Christmas is celebrated In a With Royal Baking Powder there is J>Prompt service, n0lit, :
I.9'' + BO8Tt f OFFICE-TnR ZST COAST ADVCCATS somewhat different manner In different treatment, and every favor consistent with mervative ,.

tS ) bas opened an office at 4'4 Atlantic avenue, i parts of the United States. no mixing with the hands, no sweat of k Jt '- www, p, ..5'V V CORRESPONDENTS banking/ granted.! I:

Boston, which will be In charge at Mr. Claude I 'J his is necessarily BO owing to fbe Phoenix National Bank, X, T..Empire Ttnit. '

C.Waltou cosmopolitan'' character of the .pop. the brow. ,Perfect cleanliness/greatest>. y. Jacksonville Company, N.Jacksonville Y., Atlantic, Fla.atlonal Baal!

Addren all communication to ulation, the people from each clean healthful food. '
i S (EAST COAST ADVOCATE European nation bringing tbe facility, sweet, .rIrrUSVILiLE. rx. &. ,.
e
1 TITDSTILJ.B VLOBIDA.U peculiar custom of the fatherland.To (' -= '

---------- --- our friends of long and she"" Fu11)] instructions in the *' Royal Baker and Pastry Cook" J.E: [. X> OJ3BIN:5:: :: [ .

/ B. Department of :Agriculture standing, to those who will bec6.._ ,book for making all kinds of bread biscuit and cake (:Successor: to Dobbins Bros.)
,
j our friends in the future and to TJ :3LO c :I. .S 3MCIT:
Weather Bureau-Jupiter* Fla. with Powder. Gratis address. OS- 1ST CVIULCL: i :H. l
to
i our enemies (if we are so unfortu. Royal Baking any
1- Badges Checks Door Numbers, Stencils, Trunk end Locksmith Supplies.
I nate as to have any)) the ADVOCATE x -REPAIRING OF GUNS AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTY_
The following is a comparative statement ,
of temperature and rainfall for the extends a cordial Christmas greet. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK. Gun and Revolver. parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired
_. 224 Main Jacksonville. Fla.
---- --- fat.
week Dec:l 1904.
'ih' ending190Wday ing.May a a II <" *. 5 H 21
( -1903DAT every man, woman and BKKVAKO COUNTY TUEASURER'S8TATEMENT. Came Warden Fund.............:::::::. 28 00 ==
*. MAX. MIN. ?MAX. Mm. child substantial bless. of I/eoeoaeit Pernons Fund.... 1 80
some Property!
r 14 76 BO ",;7o & reap County Sohool-rOeneral Fund........... 1206 TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
t 15 78 05 yv'C9 Oil ing during t.be'boly season ; may I>eo. l.t. 1004. Special Tax School DUt.No.1............ 104 II A
Balance cash on hand Nor. Int. 100..11.312 M .* .* .* .. S......... .. 10589
1' 18 03 47 V.74;; 87 thoseoppreBsed with, woe find surcease ...... .. ..
Amount received in Nov 11)04\) 2,06476 II <> 3........... 01186> .
i 17 71 60 j. 70 54 of sorrow; may destitutionfade .. .. .. II.. 4............ 280 '
tit oal ; ..113,367 ill/ Wood Coke Brick
B0 Coal Lime
V 18 19 70 40 48T'7J's74, 64 away at the approach of spon Lent and delivered warrants to paid County In Nov.Commissioner ; 11)04> Total... .... ........................10,797SO: , Cements,
"
20 05 4'48' 70 04 taneous charity and human good ana School Board. 2.570 01Balance JOHN HINBY County Treasurer.A *
Total rainfall for the week .00 will and the heafts all over- I _
: ,
may on band Deo let, 1004 ....510,791,0 Thousand Dollar's Worth of
Departure from normal rainfall for the fi6w with the saving knowledge Good. Vitrified, Paving! and Sidewalk Brick.....
_ week: minus .03 inches. Departure that It is not that which we do for ABOVB BALAKOB IS I XLD AS TOLLOWSi
from normal rainfall since 1 A. II. Thurnes well known ooal
( January Deposited In Itrevard County Sato_ a ope-
plus 0.07 Inches ourselves that brings the reward in )lank..... per Cashier rertfrtcate- rator of Buffalo 0., writes: "I have been Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, .Florida. Telephone No. 262

i # n .L. P. HABDIW, Observer tbe great Hereafter, but the goodwe taohed in .to monthly report,..".and....,cash......10,79730 afflicted with kidney and bladder troublefor J. K. MUNNERT.YN, .General Manager
.. do to others. years, passing gravel or stones with /
-- --- ==== === BALANCES BKLOKOrNO' Tit KAOK FOND B'OLoLOW"
I relief from'
To those, also, who have so nob. I excruciating pain got no
CHRI TMASdl' County Revenue-Oeneral. Fund.$ 80 16 medtotne until began) !; taking Foley's ,
.
assisted in making the ADVOCATE The Oldest Established Grain and
ly us ..* Road and' Bride Jfund. 94 Oi I Kidney tire then the result was sur Seed House in the State.ZBOU.3CS
---- the popular paperltis ; andto Building Fund. 13: 08 prising. A few doses started the brick .
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Fin and Forfeiture Fund 7,Ml 44\
Christmas! Is the moat sacred of all our old and new friends Feeding Prisoners Fund ...... 21A 80peO.ltoadFuudNewpiat.No.1. dust like tlfie atones and now I have no A YA44'Ltf

.11 our holidays and dearest to the throughout this vast country, we $ .... ...1,21)6)'113 68 pain across my kidneys and I feel like a W'm..4: .. cSc:; CO.
has done ) worthof
S heart. God's of his new man. It me a$1,01)0
; gift own eon, wish 8 595 84
heartily :: :: ? :
i o a > 4.. 247 gj good. Sold] by Red Cross,Pharmacy.
was the greatest evidence of Jove.
A MERRY CIIRISTMAS. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN
S SEEDS
f1 In all the cles of centuries. --;--- ,

:That gift is. ftl9y typified by mankind DAYTONA.

each returning year in the BREVARD. COUNTY SCHOOL. Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers

making of presents to those we BOARD LOmsRa 200 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, :FLA.
love, and the buryiiig of enmities '
The Gables
and animosities between fellow. The Board met Monday morning Chairman Dec. DAYTONA FLA. Catalogue Free. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and A. C. L. Ry.
D, 190-1.( Present, J. M, Dixon, e
i' men. It. N. Andrews, J. 11:. Fultz, and '5 -V V 5 I
No matter whether the days we U. K. Mime Secretary. Minutes of last OPEN FOR THE SEASON 10045 '

set aside to commemorate the meeting read and approved. The treas- Located on Volusia Avenue, one block from Postofflce'' : and two and one' .Jacksonville's Fancy Fruit Stor'eWHOLESALE
S urer's report for the month of Nov. 1904.
.5 j birth of Christ was the 25th, of was recelvell, read found correct and half blocks from Railroad Station. Five view of the Halifax River. ,

December or any other day. The redeemed warrants duly cancelled. Sunny, Comfortable Rooms, Single or En-suite. Electric! Lights and Baths.
date does not matter, it is the event The following bills were read and and. :RETAIL-
P ? for as Hit of ItemIzed -TABLE UNEXCELLEDMns.. N. B. MAcORIFF, Prop. .
that Is sacred, and that is dear and passed payment, per '
Expenditures.County ... .. .
W. B. '
hallowed to the heart, and we Bohool Fund. ,Ferguson, Proprietor,/

I trust its observance will each year Teaoliera sr.larles .. .. ...............1.00:100: ICOCKLEDOE. '.
it. K.MIUII, supt. for Noy 75 ooJ. No 10 Julia Street.SPECIAL '
become m general until it isuniversal M.:]>lxon.. .ner.diem. :::::::::::::::: 2 oo .
throughout the world. J. E.:Fulte, ............ 23 40 1 i
UN Andrews" II ::...... 6 00
% When all celebrate the coming of John Henry typwrtir.niln.for pub........ 3 00 ATTENTION'GIVEN. TO ASSORTED BOX AND BASKET_
M ft. E. Minis,clerk; for Nov................ 20 00U.E.bitm.enptexprpoets. New Hotel Shipments to In the United .
Christ and try to make their fellowmen : / .Ino.exp, ,. U 80 RocMedge any place States at any time.

happier by the gifts of friend. Florida Star pub Onus sta....... ........ 200 : .
r P L Kywr hauling pupils 3rd month. 65 00
ship and love, then will the mil. E E Hwlnnon ." .. .... Alt 0(1
J 0 Gilbert .... 84 79
r lennium be here. J 8 Hell II .* .... 211 00 ROCKLEDGE INDIAN RIVER
The whole world on Sunday the 11 N Andrews .... 2A 00 & Baker
J T Waters n .. DO OO MeMurray
E" 25th, will join In celebrating the W D Edwards, .. .. II .... 40 OO I ,
birth of HOLAHCo supplies for No 4........... 8 2BJ JEN": : mac,:: zn2BTER:: : 241h.: .
our ord. For ages tbe K li Taylor grading and hauling for No BHodgHnn : 00
S Christian nations have religiously llros sundries S. 7 05 4O1-413 East Bay Street, Jacksonville Florida
i Ktta Jones 6. a 30
set aside the 25th! of December asa I Ord Rpds Roll'supplies Ii ur Wlcs byloplate 6. B3 76 Orchestra, Casino, Bowling Alleys, Etc. -Makers and Jobbers of
H U fltouder new bldg II '87 80 /Ito -
5 5 5 day for commemorating the L llruner r |mlrs 80 IB 78a
I birth of Him who spoke "as never P Hortlciion inn exp .". 81 26 P. A. SHARES, Proprietor.

I man spake," and throughout suoeeeding Kobu.. Furohgolt.. : &;..Co sbades.. ."... II B 4 14 8 00 BO r---\ Vehicles, Harness, Carriage and. Wagon Material
II II II II a .80800r ,
.
Christmas will MEKIUTT. .
_ ages Day A Ormond Inc exp II lilt B 04
S r f' continue to bring Joy and gladnessinto W 1[WlKHeld. : repairs, II 4.1: 3 OO Saddlery: Rubber Tires.
Fee A Stewart Co stove pipe 4u 3 00 .
the homes and' hearts of E Bvedellus diem and milage irltnes 6 00 .
I multiplied millions. While Christmas Chas Covingtonisolate.pupll.per ....,...... 20 OO River ,View Hotel MERRITT, FLORIDA, First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
South Boh lioolc;Uep high school books... :3 ku .
is a recognized time for Olnn&Co" ... 91 i
l' gayety AmerUan Hook Co '> .. 9 54
Situatod on High Ground overlooking the INDIAN RIVER. Surrounded
and recreation still it ia Indian RI"erlt fiscal Nov..
nQt (Hank agents 20 Bit
to be classed Itrevard Co Bt Hit: lineal ants Sept Oct Nov 4T 41 by Orange trees and a PINE FOREST. Highest, Healthiest, Dryost Spot in :B'-1Y Tc1r:: .
"f l wholly as a day for A U IMttmar frt and Inc exp for No 6..... 13 Hi\
; indulging merely in worldly pleas. Fee Stewart Co supplies. ". 6..... \it Oil Florida. Electric Light, Baths, Sulphur Swimming Pool, ;Fishing, Boating \ FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHES
Franklin Hros placing biklxl, > 6..... BOO
and Game than, place In the State. Booklet
urea, The event that changed the A A Stewart sundry rodlng. ............ 10 OOPl more any
I of the world and ushered (} )nren Inoexp> for No 2............... 1397J W. M. HAIGHT, Proprietor. from a house that has been In_usinoss over thirty years,
chronology M Oabau hauling 2............... IDS __ ___ .. __
in a new dispensation is Vastly __n__ __nOO___ __ --- -- - ___.__ and has always had the reputation for'' LOW PRICESon
:2.rrJ 89 I the finest
goods Imported and Manufactured.
t important, because of its historical I Special Tax.School Diet No.1. FOltT PIEKC13.

: and religious significance, and he ToMboreeslartes.. .. ...................... 3000
I' K W Hall Os) 10030000..................... 78 Hess & Sl

t who spirit fails has to missed entertain the a real,devotional essence Total .......... .............. .........1\:'..."'30 1 75 Almond Boarding House, FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA ger,

and purport of the occasion. The Special Tax School Dlst.No.2. First-class board at reasonable rates, can be secured at the Almond Private DIAMONDS, WATCHES &'JEWELRY.

advent of Christ the Teachers salaries............ .,......o>,,. 2M 00 Boarding House. Only one block from depot. A nice place for .people, of 11 and 13 Main\ St. J. & S. W. and A. C. L. WATCH
meant overturning ', K W Hall bal 1U03 com.................; :371/ moderate mean. Favorite Boarding House of Fort Pierce. INSPECTOR.
of ancient .d 339 W. Day.St. JACKSONVILLE. .
orders and -
I' the Total ...............,............."..,;, ., 807 1/1! J. D. ALMOND. FLORIDA.Turnips
< dissolution of religious ramparts Special Tax, School Dlst.Vo 6. .. __ .__ __.________ _. _00" n'_ ___ __ n n ____ .. .
i that for centuries has enshrouded E W hall baI190..lcom..J' religion in and Will C. ::IMIcGri.EE: :
mysticisms, was Special! Tax,Soliool Dlst.No. 4. ; ,
rapidly driving the nations into E W hall bal 1903 oom................,.. 83 s nSe ='013 Ir'EILZaL

; paganism and infidelity. As we Total Issue ..............................2.06310- hairitor and. ::EapsJb..anger.I : : .
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look at the magnificent civilization
,I. There being no further business, the I -and
Ruta'DagaB. 001
of the present century, we do BO Board adjourned to meet In regular HIslou '
i I. with a firm conviction that it Is on Monday afternoon, at :2 o'clock, FLORIDA. Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl. ,

t: practically the result of the sub. Jan. 2, lUO) Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. .Beans.

_ Ji lime teachings of the N urene'I Attest: J. MARION DIXON, All kinds(If Sign and House Painting Paperhanging Etc., promptly attendedto Seed Potatoes-for fall, N.). 4 Rose and Triumph. "

that One of whom the angels sang, It. E. MIMS, Chairman. at any place on the East Coast. A large ataff of practical men employed to do Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc.
'I' Secretary this kind of work
v
t over nineteen hundred
,l and who today is'' worshipped years ago as, --- .. .. . .. -- -- _.- -- -- I L. C .E'k.M' :E1.0N':: ScodsJX1.an.: : II I I

to'' God throughout the length and J. R. WALKER & CO., C. A. DUPONT'SI 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville! Fla.

breadth of the civilized world. TITUSVILLE, FLA. .b1

Christmas is here, so let us en. Has the Celebrated Tray Trunk for Sale x r :L.Y. n.ud S.. ..LE'S".r..A.BLES :L83 D' !:r---mm:: I ::E3 f:
.ter it with cheerful minds and \ -

t.1' glad hearts. Let us also seek toM -Call and see It- 'i:' HASTINGS FLA.
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(, make the lives of others' happy by I "I WE WANT EVERY GROWERIN

some kind rememberance or some Can supply anyone on the East Coast with ; >
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{,.t gentle act of love. "Peace on earth .HORSES, MULES HARNESS. t THE. STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS I
t. and will
good to men" should not "
)1. only be sung but should carried and single. or double Buggies and Wagons, at reasonable rates. "FLORIDA VEGETABLES.A complete manual on Florida Crops..

hj out in the practical trend of human WRITE HIM at above address. "FLORIDA ORANGES."-A book of special interest to Orange Growers.

''G "FLORIDA. STRAWBERRIES."-Booklet on "Soil, Varieties, Cultivation
i life.The and Fertilization.
custom of
decorating church
and home with holly and mistletoe, Hodges & O'Hara "HUSH POTATOES.-rBooklet. on "Soil, Seed,Planting and Cultivation,Et

\ with'vines and flowers for Christ. fect of Fertilizers, Digging and Shipping."

'J mac, Isa beautiful one. The (...Manufacturer and Dealersjin... "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZERS-rOf .pec Interest to Pineapple Growers,

(iy pleasure tt gives and the elevating "IDEAL. FERTILIZERS."-Book showing.; all. ur'different. Brands, Analyst,,
Rough LUMBER. ," '
PINE
AND YELLOW rrlce .
I, effect it has is CYPRESS ete.
reason enough for "'
ii 1:' its perfomance. Some find it herd Drose4d New and revised editions of the aboVe gnat published! aent free for the asking.'P. '

to select gifts for friends. It' ViUss Orange>ad Box pffiofli! Heads located, Fruit ak Buffalo and Vegetable Btdff, Fla.' Writebsforptlceadelivered"; *'* : WJ 'S.br ;ae;to4Mk: R FERr LjTE.RltOMPANY' ; ,

Bhould be easy for those who' know --our Perfect** Tray 1n11k.- to any pl1r' t of the State. Address? : Uodgee'AO'Hara Buffalo'BlalTjTl, .,'v ,rl'-iJ".nC.\rJACKSONVILLE.+" : : FLOR1 3 A. I

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EAST' COAST ilSTETWS. <.j You hav i all, no doubt.-, beard of ,VbJ.tUuc \ ) :'1 TvI.A..JR: :BRC: >S. :
UufnH. We wish yovjjlftl: a Merry Christmas. : .

******************** With.ml his lo.rtiishlnK brown eye and languishing George Gosling t is expected to arrive I Corner Bay and Julia. Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
On day last weekwhile In our postoffiae, shortly ?(!f
Ua foil In love with our Cottolea Cllrl.
Newsy Notes Contributed bv Our Regular I The publlo'Chrlatmas tree will be In WHOLESALE
;With No one fetching being| around smile anil sad eyes naught east!to about deter him, the hall, nest t door to the postotHoe.bbeepsboad GROCERS

Corps of East Coast Corrospondents.N.NNNNNN.NNN.w.NN.NNNNNNN.N. Threw caution to the wind and loudly shouted '
"swoot thing, aad-wromptly: em are running strong now.
"Youraoeddear h r." during the cool weather. Tile local fish

A llttlo coon pesrlsasround the corner houses received 10,1)00) pounds, Wednesday Fruit and Produce Jobbers. :
Maw tola etranveslIthtand'IRice. to have bus' morning.
Said boo when he told Ie to all theTellowrenrt *.
Melbourne. erally observed than Sunday. The largo: to ma like Its bard on Mr, Rufus." Misses Amy and Florida Hitching attended -
plant of the E. C. L. A S. Co., At thlapolut. the reception held ac the For; Local Agentsrfor Indian River A Lake Worth Pineapple Association.
"Seem like
Rome dose white gins, what haunt
- will give all their employees a got no Lean Pierce hotel Wednesday, and speak In Send us your fruit and vegetables. Ourfncilltics for handling perishable cannotbe
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holiday on Monday next, and, the day; Would like Mr. Rufus, beg nl4-. for(ho'. highest terms gf the affair. r
U- Subscriptions". for the ADVOCATK, will generally given: over for pleasureand An' peari like he'd like deco, 0))rl,,'or no curls equaled la this market ,
the pink paper of the East Coast, will be family gatherings. AM. not "' ...'hie',.otlou.cm..tebuardglrlll.; Robert L'edbetter will give a dancing

received at the Melbourne Postoffioe. .. Mrs O. W. Hopkins: of Bear Lake wa Our installed new station last week.agent, 11. :K.:; Ulnson, Mil party largo to his packing friends house.to night A Friday new t our In, '' WE CARRY A FUJJ. LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. ;

RICHARD V Ot"ODE.-ltea.J Estate Notary Mloh., Is the guest of Mrs. Sarah C. hall been laid for the occasion. ,
Pnbllo and Conveyancer. Agent for JKtna. Hodgson for the CliilHiinnx holidays. The dry weather Is not very .good for --- '
Liverpool Fire nsuranoeCgmpantee.and Lonuonand Glolx Spe,.nllll.nfo..i attention Mr. Hopkins is expected some time this the bean crop but U tine\ "tor putting on The cruising yawl, Trochee owned by;
paid to tbe Interests ot now resident week, new roofs. ./ / Stanley' Kltobing, baa been seen salllni THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.
------- round the harbor several times this week. ,
HOTEL ELLEVUE- ft'lh..nme. Florida. A B. F. Treat will put up a smokehousefor Mrs. S. F.' Webb entertained the She! looks very smart under her canvass.
healthy winter rmiort on Mgh pine lane, over fish In the near future the lumber "bridge wbUtera". last Wednesday afteruooo. Are now telling Sewing Machines ON EAST. PAYMENTS. '
looking Indian River. Rates: I7: and upward being partly on the ground now. There The thermometer has boon down to r.o.( -
per Write day.for Special rates per week or neaiion. Is no reason why we should not have several times. This Is Just where we SINGER SEWING MACHINES ARE NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS.Our
Madam
rates to E. M. Campbell, Rev. Mllledge Walker conducted divine the .
want
Manager R. W. Campbell,Proprietor. smoked Ash, of Florida caring when undertaken It-puts gap way down bring
service last afternoon at St.
by 'an experienced man and Sunday the tourists to the south and lllls the
,
Mr. Treat fills this requirement. Pauls church. waters with fish. Direct Representative 1 la at your service! ;
Hotel Bellevue will be for
open guests, card. and he will call
Drop as a on you
Misses Una Jessie arrived
on January tbe 1st. Tbe school entertainment on Saturday and Miller There will be a Sunday school l picnic,
I evening, Is expected to bring out all Eau; from Kolltns College on Monday evening Monday, at the St. Lucia liver Bathing SEWING MACHINES SOLD OR RENTED. From 10 to 20 percent discount
Dr. J. H. Inches the guest of hU Gallle, every citizen being interested In for the Christmas holidays CUb. pavilion on the ocean beach. All allowed for old 1 machines All makes of Machines Rppairod.Needles .

slater, Mrs..MIlladRe\ ; Walker, tbe success of both day and Sunday; Rev, S. F. Gala sp several day here are Invited to attend and launches leave Belts, Etc., for All Kinds of Machines..

Hotel Carleton will give; a dinner to a schools. We have over 70 pupils on the last week, and preached to a good congregation the city dock at J O o'clock. '.

large number guests, on Xmas day. roll and a moat entertaining programme< la the Congregational church, In a recent issue we stated that R. R. DO NOT USE POOR OIL-For use on .sowing machines, writ- ,

Mrs. N. Carter Is having her bluff Is. being prepared for young; and old, at 'last Sunday Klcou had purchased the flan business of lag machines, bicycles and all purposes requiring a tine lubricant, the
St. Paul. Methodist church best U cheapest In the end.. Genuine SINGER OILcan only be obtained
Sunday
place oleaned up of all weeds and put Jules Knox resigned' his position at J.Detiteuben, but this was a mistake
In first-class order.F. school, which will be given on Saturday; station agent here, and will take the run The business was purchased by ErnesRloou at,Singer stores. .
evening, at 7 o'clock. who la the sole the bUill-
from New Hrayrna! to Orange City as express owner Of
W. Allen, of )Massachusetts. ADDRESS ,
rented apartments In the Goode house, Capt. and .Mrs. F. K. Colby Invited a nesseoger. ness now. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO,

at Fountain Heights, for the winter. few friends on a trip to Rockledge and Col. 8. F. Travis baa all tbe materIal We noticed two attraotiye display '
Cocoa and return, on Sunday last, on his COCOA FLORIDA.
windows at S. Kltohln Sebastian.
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on the ground for the new store, which .. ..
Dr. DnBose and fine yacht Pinta. A time -
his sister Miss Per. very Jolly was has been long expected, and will be One window of 1'arlau Paints and the
nun, of Sewanee, Tenn., are again In their spent by the guests who numbered greatly appreciated.Mrs. other of Hood's Sarsaparllla., Mr. Kltch Organs, Organs, OrKans,
pretty Melbourne home for the winter; twenty-one. Among the ladies on board leg I Is Sebastian's oldest merchant, havIng -
were: Mrs. Alnaworth Dr. Sarah CHodgson J. II. LeTournonu was one of been is business there twenty years. Repaired-made to sound like new. Price |:3. Drop us a card when you have

X Miss Isabel Cloheoy, of Clevelynd, 0. Mrs. Gilbert, Mrs. II. U. Hodg; the guests ac a very delightful home' work for' us to do. 'Address J. M, M. BROCK COCOA, FLA.,. 4NNIINNNNNN

Is here spending the winter at her old sop, Miss Lucia Perry, Mrs.: Christian' given by Mrs. James Holmes, at "::strath.vern Among the real estate deals, this .. ... .. ....
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home with her mother, Mrs. J. M. Mln- Mrs. Miss McAllister Miss Bessie last afternoon. week, are two lots on Avenue D, Miss I
Colby Tuesday .
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'or. Old friends are glad to see her. Hodgson, Miss Harriett To wee, Mrs. G. Susan tolling1 to Robert MoPherson; .NNN...N.NN................ ;' '
The ADVOCATH needs a better correspondent three lots on Avenue I>, E. Stypmann! to
F. Paddlson and Mrs. G. W. Hopkins. '
W. F. Sheffield and wife of Oregon, at this place. Who ever heardof Robert McPherson ; one lot on Second! To all our patrons, both no wand old,
are still at the Carleton Hotel, being& so Imminent a woman with twelto small children, street to Robert McPherson 1 lot :2, block .I'
.well pleased with this location, they are Revolution doing all her own sewing,washing, cook. 0, E. Stypmann to Mrs. Agat.lm Thomas. :

loath all to move.season. We wish they might. remain .A sure sign of approaching revolt '' add Ing"It,gent etc.,be being did."a good- correspondent The oyster supper given by the ladles, Wo pxtcncl our Lest wishes for a

serious trouble In' your system I. 'ner Friday evening, for the benefit of the
Mr. ahd tire S. D. N'eaJ. of' Indian- vousness sleeplessness or stomach upset Edward H. LeTourneaa gave his parents public Christmas tree, was a grand sue.
apohs, Ind., have rented the Carleton Electric Bitters'will quickly dismember a pleasant surprise Wednesday cess, people from all up and down the
cottage for the winter, but are now enjoying the troublesome causes. It never 'fallsto morning by appearing at the breakfast river attending the Bflulr. The parlorsof MERRY AS"
.j their meals at the Hotel Carleton.. tone tbe stomach, regulate the kidney table having arrived on the early mornIng the Stuart: house were beautifully to
VVe are pleased to have these pleasant and bowels, stimulate the,liver and clarIfy train and entered his room via the decorated and presented a pleasing; ap
people with us.Mrs. the blood. Run down systems'benefit roof and an open window. pearance. .
particularly and all the usual attending '
Mis.. Reba LeToiirneau of eAN'l7 :
ITumorlckhouae and daughter & was ono a
aches vanish under its searching and
Fight Will Ilo Hitter.
arrived last week. They are guests of thorough effectiveness. Electrlo Bitter happy company of young people who i
the Brown House. Mr*. Uumerlck- Is onlj COcts, and that is returned if It assembled at the borne of Mr and Mrs Those who will persist In closing their! '
house Is' the mother of Mrs. Geo. M, don't give perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed James Holmes, Jensen, last Saturday! eRrS against: the continual recommendation
Brown. These pleasant people were by nod Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle afternoon to play various games. Their of Dr. King's, New Discovery for HAPPY NEW YEAR. .i '
here a few years ago and we areglad to only complaint was of the shortness of Consumption, will have a long and bitter
see them again. the day which sent them homeward long fight with their troubles, if not ended( i
Melbourne Beach. before they were ready to leave. earlier by fatal termination Road what

Foley'a honey and Tar positively cures Tbe social given by a coramltta of the 'T. R. lJlI"U.I of Deull Mas., has to any: +1E'MORG.A.N'
all throat and lungdlseases.; Reusesub. L. A. S., at Mrs. Miller', last week, was 'Last fall my wlfo had every symptom: of
stitutes gold by Red Cross Pharmacy May all have a Merry Christmas anda a grand success In every way. As the consumption bhe took Dr. King's New :

happy New Year. Christ mas season was so new at band, Discovery after everything else bad failed :: : : eto:; "C7 .A.It'O: :
at and four hot
Improvemedt came once ,
It partook in great mea.ureof an Xmas
Mr. and Mrs. Perry sailed from New
Eau Gallie. York on the 20th, for Melbourne Beach, festivity. The house was beautifully the ties Ked entirely Cross cured Pharmacy.her. Guaranteed Price DOct by FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
decorated with snow, greens: eto. Tbe ,
wl/ero! they will be most welcome.
and $1. Trial bottles free.GeorgIana..
entertainment was of a progressive nature
Miss Sue Hopkins, who Is teaching at and wound up with Santa Claus' appearance Tit'u.oviUQFlorida.: : : t ,
SARAH C. HODOSO.V rnvsioiAjf floftOBOIT. .:
ADD Stuart, Is expected to spend her vacation laden with '
Eau Gallie Florida.. ,! at the home of her uncle, Henry to his, usual custom toys, he, sold which at 10 contrary centsa .......................... ......................... ..

Whiting.Mrs. __ _H .. .. ..
grab. Tbe affair was very JoHj --------- --- -- ----- ---- -------- -- --------- --- -

but Cool no frost.weather on Monday and Tuesday. A. D. E. Stickney, who "navi- tbroughout'and reflects great credit upon 1>1 r. and Mrs. Ulrich called on Mrs Merritt.Mr. Shoe ItcIJ"lrlr'll.
of the Men-
gates the Dawn with tbe ease and Ingenuity committee Hughes on Wednesday afternoon.
Cold wave signals; are 'now displayedon ability, of a Sandy Hook: tugboat Captain dames Cureton. McMullen and Miller. I do all kinds hoot and shoe repair.*
the warehouse of Hodgson Bros., on ," took a party of ladies over to the The ladles. Socl.ty will meet at Mrs log, and do not forget It. Opposite Jas
Eau Gallie harbor. Chautauqua sale, on Thursday. Don't be Imposed upon by taking substitutes Lang's .Wednesday afternoon, of this Stout U abqut tbe again, and rapidly Prltohard. Son. ANDHRW! Gnmoir'
weak recovering from grippe
, Mr. and Mrs. F.! K. Colby will enter We are glad 'to lee Melbourne is Retting offered for Foley's Honey anti IMr _TltusvlUe. Fla.
tain a few friends on the yacht, Plnta, her quota of winter visitors. WIth Tar. Sold by lied Cross Pharmacy and Mrs. Blsbee and Mr, Tyler, of Mr.\ Thompson's sister and her two ,

on Christmas afternoon. her cordial, Intelligent people, rational Lotus, was up to attend quarterly. meet sons And young lady daughter are 'ex
Ing !Sunday: last. this week from Marion Ohio to The Yiavi
Indian Rlver'Inn has booked a number amusements, and Chautauqua an South Rockledge. petted, ,
of !guests from tbe state of Michigan Ideal place for those coming; south, for a Mr Lang and wife, of New Jersey spend the winter.. .
and other points north this week. pleasant and restful winter.L. arrived sometime ago, and are nice and
Mr. Glass wife and Miss/ Norma Glass
'Mr. Rehblnder and Mlsa McAllister, B. Yale and Mrs Nina Cosgrovo, Jobn Kendig bought another fine cozy In their lovely winter home. have arrived and taken possession of Mr. Home Treatment.;

our.principal and assistant, are giving of Chautauqua, N. Y., who spent last horse I lust week. Quarterly mooting closed Monday Grosso's smaller cottage tor the winter. ,
great satisfaction to both pupils and winter In Melbourne, were married In Mrs. lit J. Ilosslter Is suffering from a noon, and Kvra Simmons took the "Not cold at all" compared with the -

patrons Washington, D. C., by the Rev. Frank severe cold this week. ministers over to the train Monday weather. they just left In Indiana,, Vlavl I for all diseases of women, dl..
Bristol, the late President McKInley'spastor afternoon. *
E. B. Taylor is now In the dairy while en route to Florida with a Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Williams were Mr. Blair has completed Major GII- placements, Inflammation, tumors,
business and doing, well, though more party of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Yale are I visiting friends here on Sunday Mr. KIngsley and wife, and Mr bert's launch house and dock, just In ovarian. diseases Correspondence
cows are needed to fill his Increasing spending their honeymoon at St. 1'eters Sanderson of New York, arrived las time to escape the'oold spell, and la now ato.
orders. burg, Flo. Prof. Wakefield, of Cocoa, spent Sun- week, and are getting very pleasantly employed on Mr. Burgman's store at solicited concerning tbe Vlavl I treatment
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day with Supt. Mime and family. settled in tbe Anthony cottage. Merritt, which la going rapidly forward.

The Hypoluxo Is now almost ready ..A Frightened< librae Miss Bessie Smith bad a cousin, from Mr. and Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Bruoer Call for booklet for mothers
for business, and our town will have an Services will be hold, next Sunday sail daughters, fr...
like mad down the street New Jersey, visiting her last week. and daughter, Miss Beth, went down to
extensive business\ Its Running
oyster as one .of hundredother (Christmas day), both at 10SO: a. m.and
In ustrle. dumping the occupants, or a Rev and Mrs. Wm. E. hall spent a Cocoa Friday afternoon. Miss Nellie 3iW: p. m. Song service only In the .
Hotel accidents, are every day occur pleasant day with J. E. Battler, Owen came home with them to spend morning however, and, unless much Florida Yiavi Co
Sarno Is being put Into first- very and with the borne
rences. It behooves everybody to have a Saturday: Sunday: ,
on Thursday. warmer titan at present, none will be
class order. The grounds: as well as tbe folk. '
reliable salve handy, and there's none'as 20 Mala St.
buildings are being throughly cleaned : Bncklen's Arnica Salve. Burns M. Frey has a fine crop of Irish potatoes alven.: Jacksonville Fla,
good as Quite a aumbnr of boxes of oranges; ,
and repaired and disappear ready. for market. lie sure. understands held Ioth and ,
piles Services morning
cuts, sores eczema pineapples, etc., bare been sent from were rfTTTYTTTTTYTTTYTYWTYTTYTTUNIYERSITY
G. W.Hopkins,of Ocean Prairie ranch, quickly under its soothing-effect. 25cts, his business. here In the last ten days as Xmas presents efternoon, at Ht. Pauls Episcopal church, *
Is expected a* the guest of Jno. E. M.Hodgson at Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusville. .Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Averlll were to friends and relative In distant at Merritt, last Sunday. Rev. Stuart F, ---
and Mrs. Hodgson at the among tbe guests of Miss Louise M. states. Some of them will be a pleasant Martin delivered very appropriate sermon t

Lodge, for 'Christmas vacation. WEATHER REPORT.By Powe, on Thursday surprise to those that receive them on "Christmas Giving." Some .. .
good music was rendered by the voluntary =
The yawl Pinta, will be leaving for Wagon loads of cane Baas here nearly choir A solo ably sung by Mr. ,. -.
points .outb shortly Fort Pierce, Stuart Rev. Jas. H. Whjte, observer for every day for the sweet tooth of the A kidney or bladder trouble can alwAys Mussel man, as an offertory. The .OPFLORIDA
and other place: will be visited whileen Bureau U. S. Government. children of Rockledge; and Cocoa. be oured by using Foley'a Kidney weatber was so cold, and the little church a
route to Palm Beach and Miami. Weather Cllre n.tlme. Sold by Red Cross Phasrnacy I
novMoOl.tllcbest tit. C. Salmon Is ceiling, painting; andotherwise ) not sufficiently heated, made the attend'ance -- '

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Randall, of Bas BUMHAIIV ron fixing the Root cottage; for Titus vllle. rather small. ,,..: ...... : .: .. .:: : .... "
ton, are expected In Eau Gallie.early In temperature on tile. 3rd 81.0 tba family who will come the first of
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January. These well-known tourists are Lowest 1 Uh 49.0 January.Mr. Indianola. :
at the Windsor hotel, Montreal, Can. Mean for the month' . . flrt.1 UelOrt'I"rom Jtcform School.J. FIRST-CLASS PROVISIONFOR :
Average mean for 23 yeara ,. U8.S '. Harry C. Covert, who has boughtthe U. Gluok Superintendent, Prunty- :
,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McNab of M. 11 "in 1806 73.4 Monzlneo property, arrived with -
Highest writes all
"After
towo W. Va. : trying
Youngstown 0. are expected this week bill family, this week' Mr. and Covert Jndlanola will have tbe same good :
Lowest II 11 "In 1885. OA1: other advertised cough\ medicines we BODY.I, new Oymnaejum
and a dilligent effort is being made to Rainfall in inches .. .. . 3.13 will be permanent residents. Santa Clan this year, we hope. He I Is have decided to use Fule Honey and ap"uoJldIY.'IUlppecJ.M t
have tbeir new home on the bluff ready Average for 27 years" . . 2.30 expected to'make his yearly visit at the Taa exclusively In the West Virginia J I IM r> .' A *Jar,* varsity of most*
upon their arrival. The yacht, Alice, 11 In. 1900. B.OO Club House next Saturday evening. : sobolarlf 'p",
Greatest Reform School I find It the most effective
owned by N.r. McNab, Is also being put Leant 11 "In 1UO1 .. O.03: A Timely Topic. Come and see him. and absolutely harmless. Hold by Rod .... MO RALS .. Oar morals Motto' the
Into commission Prevailing direction of wind. : : : : NW At this season of coughs and cold It There will be services at the church, Cross Pharmacy, Titnavllle. "" good

Preparations for Christmas are going Number of clear daya . . 14 I I. well to know that Fole,'. Honey and Sunday December 25th A* this In Mr. A. ... .. .......lall.1
In all parts of our town. Our stores are fair . , . 0 Tar la lobe greatest throat and lung remedy Thompson' last service with this Church .
showing a fine assortment of presents; L. cloudy . 10 It cure quickly and prevent serious we hope for.a full attendance. The TUB CIRCUIT. COURT. IX AMP roll Bft>: Addresar THE PRESIDENT,
and dinner* family reunions, excursionsand days with rain, , 8 re.nltlllrom a cold. Hold by Red evening service will be preceded: by a IN Tar 4 County, ...,."//a. In Ctaauaary : Lake) City,

religious} services are being organizedfor .. days with thunder. 0 Cross Pharmacy, Titusville.TITUSVILLE'S half hour Christian Kn tbe day, Monday, will be more gen Island Home MerrlttJsland Fla. which tbe Christmas. offering enve- I 1...u..l. and ** ml ,
lope will be taken Legatee( ender Ills will I
--... TRAINS. up. of Aaron A.lManaw\ BUt Co-forwIoM
d oeM4d. I )Mortgtg, THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,

The following are tbe times I of arrival A Costly m.Mtake. W>.l.,n.VII"taut,'.l al.]

of train to and )1'0"...to Nou-IUnldenU
and departure passenger Blander are sometime very expen Brewing Asso's.
IFIIIRIE -LIIIFIEI: from Titusvllle: sive. Itself is the priceof To Wesley. K, Htnnt sod bis wife Mary E.
Occasionally at u'. or 4)emil Grove, .caw or New Jersey;
e00ve.0owo.L..v..TltwvtUeforMlamland a mistake, but you'll never be wrong Elinlbth!: M.Bloat, of Ixxib Arbor:, near Anbury
I tl4pmIntemwdUM II take Dr. King's New. Life Pill. for ".rk. Ne.J,,rH,; lt.Tennrt.eck Btoni anlt bis Famous...Louis Keg and lies.tied
I you .,... '
wife, S.na Stout,of LokowtNxi Nw J ,, it
liver\ er.
/ poiata as I 11:02: p IDJlOaTKIIOVJID. dyspepsia dizziness, headache, or ,
required to the Kill
You hereby
IIINISIt11 K C IEI bowel trouble. Tbey are gentle, yet 01 Complaint are win. flle.1 agalgst Jon In til. old b9I1e......r.A.1.o.1.1a..d.
stkSStBe slat thorough 25ct at Red Cross Pharmacy. shove.nU.'''' OSUM,on or before the stU day of
L.av.Tltn.vlrgforJacksonville 1 .:42 tut -- February IMA.: H. L.Motlow,Tltasvul*JP1*.'

) Th.EAayCpA.t, ArwncA-nr,a ......JlSIWI' put*- By Mr.B.U Motlow Coooa,Via.
sad Intermediate point a* i7 AIpn
I>raylnjr.Draytogortiaallngof 1.(.,....! ITltuavllM. Mori.i Is hereby umilKiM-
If you are contemplating taking out Fire or Life Insurance/give usa .&)*..aArrlv..T1twvwafromSaaford .4 M tb.aepubtahedono.racbws.wpp.r la which thin order shall be
Good and ReasonableRate U2Op.ua: ;; :; ( ik for tool eoruwutlT JOSEPH ZAPF
call and we will guarantee you a. Insurance all Ind.* prompt.y ...lIa. ....
secured In Reliable Old-Line Company, I attended to. Meet all train Stove Witness, ay band and the SMlof sell Court
as can be any ., Cleaning,and re.II.ng. wood for sal at all tl mes. his the 17th day. of tea.mb.y A.U. 1MM. Sole Agent.

SO.LL LI oX "'::" :JiJI.: : L'e9 *W JL-tsSSCXNT, .Ag'ts. *" J ,' .z.""',ii. HOLIES. TUusvUlev'"' : INSURANCE. .: All work' -doneup-to.date. Call and By O.A.erswaav, eta to ago i
LIFE" FJRE.and.MARINE; se. met, Andrew Gibson, afr.tb*J Parlo FOR ATiciyrDs OF ;JOB PRINTED It-it ", IHpottJ Ctork.V .

.. OurCw.aaheOR.pY: SS tall t stood v tly the Florida.flr Test of Tlii-OVIER,1".uraMe PfFTV Corrtpewiy.,YB HS.' Berber- BAopY! on. WaahlpC1OD'.' ,. . avenue.. remember: the >ADTOCAtK office t,Osnliten,Solicitor" for Compl liyutf.- FLA. b




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,; Free and A ", Guaranteed. Cure For '"piles.; i; Florida East Coast Ry. 1

t Masons. Itching, Blind Bleeding or Protrjcllnff
; l Accepted
Piles prtiftRlsts refund money:! I lfKAzoOINTMHNT .

falls to cure any case\ }} no LOCAL TIME CARD No 56. In Effect; June 4 1904.
mattel how long standing, In fr'to 14 ,

I. days. First application gives ease and MVTWHMrm-HEAD MrWN. .OR'HIOUND-IIUI
No. 00
Indian hasn't I It lIP,
rest. SOo. If your Druggist/ .
send Goo in stamps and It will be for .II.... I STATIONS. No.I. tt.7
River ; TltusTllle, warded post paid by Paris Medicine Co., JMi17. llittiD: l aJ17. hiI! .

Lodge. v Florida. .St. Louis Mo, 1 .s:I...::::::::.:::::::::.::.....Bo JaoksonylUStAujrueUn b Nar ::::::::::::::::::::::..I/r. r TEJ7 8 /a 1

Holds Its meeting the second and fourth Fr. The Scandinavian I.Iandx.X -m 10 CI6......._..................... *.. ........................ T 0a a 131sT.
lay of each month, at their room, Indian Hive ....._.......... ....... .t..n..tllllJ.............................. MaMa N/
Hotel Tlcui rule, at t:80 o'oluck p.m. never heard any particular pother 11 .8. .......,...........:.......:..... ...Ce.-.............."......, ylI

.. '1'.H.Bunders Worabfpful Master. made over the number of tbe Scandinavian IG 1110 p A.,. ...........................Falatkik........... .................Lv e
j ,M.F.A.MorganSenior 8.Baron,Jnnlor Warden Warden. Islands 'I tmd often beard of 1114 Ly ................... ........r.laUl.............................Ar T W. h1

J.. M.nixim, Tr'asnrer.J. .. the fords, never of the Islands. Therefore 110 .It pAr ........................saMaae..1..y, -..
J a R. Walker, 8ecretar)' IVB!, surprised'when we- sailed I .. ........ .. .... .... ... .
,'. J.G. luck.Ctianlaln.W. CI\). LYo .. .8.11 Mateo.. ..; ..... ....... Ar T'66a J8jN

R..K.M.Ml Taylor, Benlor Deuoon.Deacon. through endless Isle of granite piercing .ro. tip Ly....... ................. Neon ........:...............Lw -.Ma
O. H Walton inn Junior Senior Steward. / through steel colored swirls o( sea as p ..........................-.Buan.lli.............................. .BMaMa.
I A.A. tl .. ............. ....... ....... .
P. P ... ..... Ormonrt....... ... I eta
.M.w.Kobertii Wooten.Tjrler.JT. Marshal.S Denmark tSweden and Norway and ; lea ; $7p ............... ............Dartona......................... ........ II Ii6 a I
thence across the gulf of Bothnlt and lip ..........._.............Port Orange..............*V".........*.... t
4 -. H 05 P ............................N.". 11m rua.......................... .. S.. a
: or KASTKUN STAR. the gulf of Finland are literally end I If p .............................Oak Sill.........................;.... v Maa
l I ORDER less and they are all of primitive granIte 10 p .............................TttusvItle..n..r..r.. .. It i
h'' Friendship Clmptar, No. 11, holds Its meetings U I'f' = p ................ ...........Ooooa.............................. a el.a
t,(. in the Mnxmlo Lodge room Tltusrtlle. orr the There are great Islands small Is. n 1 S p ...........................rloekledieJBan : .....,.......... ............ 11'1 a 1
." first Mint tlitnl Tuesday. lu eachmmrLhatT:80p lands little Islands, Islets rocks pinnacles It l' .. P ..,..._..................,- Gall .................. iMa
m. The follewlnjr are tho officers of the r II III to P............................. McIUurns.-................. iMa nut
; Chapter, 'vr> and needles. Thousands of them V 108 p ............................ba.'I&I1.............................. MM aMp
Mrs.)[. A. Bcrlmrflmir. W. M. :*; ,': are nameless, although all seem to be 101 .0.. ...........'...........,,,. tenet. .............................. a fit a asis
r ,I T. A. W. Y.Mles -" / charted. 1 11 P .....*. .....................11'&. rl........_........................... I
I Zitmlift Morgan ;: Coming from the North cape 1 88 P ..............................Tlbbala........._................ ail,
I' i' Sp
J Mrt. B. R. Wilson Mtewart A..ool.te'YI,. .. down the coast of Norway throughthe Tri-\Vcckly Sailings : p ....................... ...............n........... ..................... I .. lest
John M. Ulxon Treasurer. ,,, Skager rack the 141 In p .a......:................... ....I1..n ............................... f /
MI.... Kate : Cooduotre...' j", Kattegat. 'past p ............................ .Stuart. ..............,.......... 11"
1t 1nre.J.KllneArnclateCon.Stewart ,:: ViMrs. ( Copenhagen and up Into the strait be- I 1'1' P .........................Robe Sonnd..................n...... //N.NIa41
;i{,' tween Gotland BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. j10 ........... -..........We.tJupiter.. ............. ....... '
J. R. Kuth. w..r.
Walker i;' :1r and Sweden I believe .. ..... .... ..... Hi
481 ..... .. ....... W. Palm Beach.. ......... :
Mre.('eo.W. Bnobie, Ada.'l .
1 Mr.J. L. Oarruth..,.. Martha. ,.> : the ship must pass through scores of P i44p......_...................Borman..........._.................. io p t..
,. Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) p .. ._........ ..... ,
Mrs. Oeo. M. Robbln,Kuther. thousands of Islands. In p lest
,rIn. one group W 11. p............. .::... ..At Lander4MI.ci
Miss F.Aleph A. Morgan Mhns.,.,!.Marshal..11OOea.C. t alone lying off Stockholm the Alands The Finest in the Coastwise ServiceThe 10 P ........r..o.r HallandsJe. ............................. yap /a,
islands Steamships .41 p ... ............_..mon City............a..t. J55J
Mrs.II.T.Walton T. Wetmore,8entlnel.Warder there are over 300 on the'chart 100 I.55 p ie:.....".................... .....11...._..........................LY. 00 p p / alMANPOa1i
J. U. Carrutbers Chaiilaln, Jerome Hart In Argonaut. Clyde New England and Southern'\ Lines. .

___.41._. ___ How's This ? Direct bervloe Between / BRANCH. ORANGE OTT BRANCH.Re.'If .

We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points *TATioirs. Jle.II I He. I STATIC: .. D.It aas
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for any case of Catarrh that cannot be D.11 i Patty Pally DalitSSifcl"
(Calling at< Charleston, S. O., both )
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. ways n tw.........TltaSTiU......... 11 Wp t 30 iOn l/r.I ve'rne..Ar I ro

F. J. CnKNKY: Co.-Props.. Toledo, O. Southbound...................... ..SEMI-WEEKLY..... .... .....8A.ILJNG91... from Lewi Wharf, Bonton ..."..:.:;:Y..Oeteen... .......................Art 11 11"OOa. ; 11 UJla W Lr.. take Helen ..ArLr.Oraiute 10 !ii iifeaJSy t
PR We the undersigned, have known }o'. J. Northbound................. .. ........ ....... ....from looothertne Street JaoksoDTllla t W Ar........... Saaford .......... lot 00? lit/. Ar..Or.Clyjr Olty.Ar.. V D
t Dv M THt U( Cheney for the last 15 years and believe _
.t SSh1GU him perfectly honorable In all business St. Johns Line. I' .2 I iel I M*. 19Dally Me. 11 No. ) No,SODally H 10.14
UT transactions and financially abte to Clyde River I DallySunday PallyMATPOBT Dally .u
USIN S .D *lyN Dally Dally
carry out any obligations made by their (DoBary Line.) a 71 yiel
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;' firm. WEST <& TBPAX Wholesale Drug BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.
00 9 48 p 4 90 pI p / a lyr y'okooav'a ASo. T Se Ia
MARvIN O. WALDIXO KINNAN & Stopping Palatka,Astor, St.rranols, Hereford(DoLaud),and intermediate I land. D e.8D 4e 10 48 .JaouoarlUe a se t MaOOa $ Qtip IISI'I!t
!{ Wholesale. Druggists Toledo.O. loge on the St.John's KJver. 14 p B 30 p low Pablo BeaaJH.. *0aUa (
//1 Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, Commencing Tuesday November IS. 19O4. TWP JJSp 140 l 14a.ltlaad.Ys.a.k. T Ha 10 lI p i I/1/
I. I 111000 I 00 ttMa ar..
1 a acting directly upon the blood and mu. STEAMERS"CITY OF JACKSONVILLI3"aiid"FilJEIVK DeBAR" TWp K p p UaypcMr e745. s N p

1 i coils surfaces of the system. Price beta Are appointed to..11..follows Leave Jarksonvllle.'dallr,except Saturdays 3:30 p.m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT Ml Ail.OLMI .
per bottle. Sold by.all druggists. Testimonials Returning, leave Sanford dally.except Sundays,at a:JO a. m. ,
?: free.
i 1 Tv Hall's Family Pills are the b st. South-&ul1d Mesa down. SCHEDULE North-Bound Read up. COHMCOTION. MADE AT MIAMI WITH STIAMtHIP Of TUB P. *. 0. .. .. COMPANY FM

Leave 3 30 p. m. ...... ...................Jacks..nvlll.I ..... ... ........ .... -\rrhe 8, 00.. m. HAVANA AND KEY; WEST
An Added Horror. Leave 8 411 p. m. ............,.......... ..,.}'alatka.......... .................. !Mate 8 CO p. m.
'"Flint's it horrible Wen De'nIter Leave 3 00 &. .. Aetor .... ... ..... ............ Lea". a 8r p. m. ,.
t. ** bnitCOneplrPII. Lean .80.. m. ........... .._.....:.....8t. rmnoie "........ .... ..1.. Leave II 00 p. m These Time, ".111.. show tfce times at wMok. trains .... .
1 \ ( l. Le..... .. .................liereolorrl (DeLand):.. ... ....,....: .......Leave 1 00 p. m.rrlve tram toe aerera) staklona. bat their .antral or departure at may the Ie tines wilda. rilgend dtwt
+t "AVlmt'n thntr"He's "' 11304.. m. .... .,....,............... Sanford .. .... .......... ....... Leave .80 ..m. doe the. Oerapaay bold Itself for ,
Arrive 10,00. m. ..........................Enterprise............... ............ Leave 1000.. m. for.. responsible My delay or eooaae.aeaee along taw
t-.IUItijr: of "Netting some of
li'rtjriitn.:; : pOt'I1Ul Wagner's: mnslo.' Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St..Jacksonville.r. .
.ro Copy of the LOCAL TIMa OA&O.OUter XmftoiMaUe
'' LIECHTENSTEIN. --1'x'iI.In': M. I RO:1fMONU'R: : ,JR. Asst.Oen.Pass.. Air*. 204 West Bar St., JacksonTllle.*. '
W. O.COOPKa. Local )rt.Agt. Jacksonville O P. LOVEr.L, Superintendent Jacksonville. "BBK Tine'TlOKET .AGENT.t ."
California Prune Wafers.A root Hoaan St.tJ&oklOh..llle. Fla.
;A LKtl Know Country !. tke> HenriK A.O. HAOKRTT Oen'l Xast'n; Fans. Agt.New Yorfc CLYDE MILKS!, Oen. Frt. Agt.,:New J York.
pleasant and agreeable laxative t[ D. XtAHmtR. AMt. O.ru PWM. JL nt.. ST. AUOUUTJLRB. .LA, j jI
of Central Knrope.t TI E0. O. KOKR. General Maoauer.; VV1W. P B! ., General Agents.
X who tax their painless, yet effective. Prescribed by CueaebronKb Uulldlnic, 19 State St.,Opposite Battery Park, New York.
people prince a
physicians, and recommended by all C. U. WALTON. Agent Titusville, Fla.Atlantic .
almost unknown In tbe heart
country druggists as an Invaluable substitute for
of central Europe. all Independent and mineral pills and castor oil. 100 Wafers

whimsical principality of *Lzty- lKhtqure Seta. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy/ or

mile, lying In the eastern Alps, _
Metal Proeea.e. of Ante. Coast Line ,
hemmed
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bordering the upper Itiiine R'y. r
In by Switzerland and Austria and but Dr. Korel gives these examples of the
mental processes of ants: "WhHe success
m few miles from the German frontierit -

luau been Independent for over two visibly heightens both the and&jc-. The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets Southern Railwayto
Ity and tenacity of the ant will it Is
; ;centuries: And was forgotten by Binmarck on sale Tuesdays and Thursdays in November.
fall-
possible to observe after repeated
-no runs the local pleaoantryat -
In of the sudden
are or consequence
the reorganisation following the TOJTHE EAST.
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and unexpected attacks of powerful enemies
riruialan wars with Austria and Over its own rails to Savannah Charleston: Richmond and Washington, thence '
form of which
dejection the.
Prance. a may via the Pennsylvania Kallroad. .. '"
nol lead to a neglect of the most Important "
r It Is tucked Inaccessibly away.
nstlncts-to cowardly flight to tbe devouring .
Thousands of Americans on their way TO TilE WEST. North
i to Innsbruck hare neon from the train or casting away of offspring The Louisville Nashville via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. R. ,
to neglect of work and similar condi ,
I :the towering mountains of tbe little "

state. Others, on tbelr.way to Davos- tions. There Is acute", discouragementwhen TO TIlE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP. "
n comhnt I I" lost.
t Platz have glanced at a distant little Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, Phlladeldhla Bos South .
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town at the foot of a castled rock without ton. Via Norfolk !Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah > .
I < suspecting that they were lookingat and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttalon Company for Baltimore ,
the capitals of Europe. aud Philadelphia. '
one of
s There Is no military service. There Is SEEDTIME ,r""I: East .
TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Via \ ,
no national debt. There Is a nominaltax :
only a tenth as large as that of Peninsular & Occidental Steamship: Company. : -

Austria. The'rulln prince gives freely ;

\ for the' good of the people out of his Connection Made Jacksonville. for all Points --t-- ; and West

t fortune. So far from ,
i \ huge private *W ** *i**** *V lkl* f llm *l** m ****** mitlltlf ,

) deriving any revenue from his principality MILEAGE TICKETS., .... '

1 r i' he pays heavily for the pleasure 13$!experienced farmer; Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the princi I

I ot holding It.Following has learned that some pal-railroads the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents. ._:........i

.. the close of the war between grains require far differ- For reservations Information. apply to agents, of'the A. C. L., or write, ..

f. Austria and Prussia in which ent soil than others ; FRANK C. BOYLSTON.Dtst.. Pass Agt. W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Agt. .

Liechtenstein allied Itself with Austria some need differ- 138 West Bay St., Astor.BuildlnfT! JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
'j \ there came another gravely presented enthandling crops than others. H. M. EMERSON: Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Oen'l. Pass. Agent. Time: Card Will Appear Next Week.

"t. M protest. The citizens were weary of WILMINGTON N. C. .. t .
He knows that a great '
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the expenseof a standing army an '.'
\ army which consisting of eighty men. deal depends upon right Folders rates, eto., cheerfully upon. appplloatlon..

with a captain and a trumpeter had planting at the right .. SEJA..B <> :D I' .. \
I bravely marched toward the scene of time, and that the soil ,
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hostilities, but too late to arrive before must be kept enriched.No 7 .> "
AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR '. ,
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the war had come to its swift end. use of complainingin :, I "
There Is now a written' constitution. mis- t.:' .' "
summer about a
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I of fifteen :
There 1s a little parliament .
take made in the spring. j
? I members. Three members are named Decide before the seedis ,.;o, 'J. O. I..tjDist.: Pass Agt., *

by the prince; twelve are elected by SAVANNAH: COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PITIES, RICHMOND, I...

the people, every man in Liechtenstein planted. .. ,/ 108 We.t Bay St., -. Jacksonville, Fie.FS .
I over twenty-four years old having a 2% best time to remedy WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, .. \ "

vote. The little body 'meets once In wasting conditions in + i .
and remains In session for .' t .
every year the human body is before
Two Elegant Trains Dally !> X
) several weeks, engaged in the very attenuation the evil is too deep ,

T( of discussion of petty things.It rooted. At the first evidence Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail.;, J' .
Is Lllllput ruled by; its Quljlver.) ..
of loss of flesh ? "
And although on account of the fiscal MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.1/

I'1 arrangement Austrian coins and stamps Scott's Emulsionshould ONLY LINE Through Jacksonville to Ne Orleans. I =--
I Operating Daily Sleepers "r -
t, are generally used the prince's person .\ ,
al pride In his possession has led him be taken imme .

t., to have his own tamps. and coins as There is nothIng LinesSPECIAL
diately. '
,{t trell, bearing his name and face and that will repair For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent V Mallory

title. Seaboard,or write

S And there la another touch to add to quickly wasted, or tissue replace more lost A. O :MAODONELL,: Asit. Gen. r.... Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON Pass. Agt.
the of all. Va-
unreality Jt Coming to
flesh more abundantlythan t JACKSO.1VILLE. FLORIDA. PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS
dua only at Infrequent Intervals and
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busied as he Is at his private estates Scott's Emulsion -- -----

or et Vienna-for, besides being sovereign It nourishes and buildsup so YEARS Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast.

l' If f prince of Liechtenstein he bearsan the body when ordinary EXPERIENCE -NO OVERCROWDING'
KIDNEJOJSEASES
Austrian'title by virtue of which foods absolutelyfaiL
lie Is a member of the Austrian house IMPORTANT STATEROOMSJARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on that

I, of lords-he can at any time call up his e fatal ships as no tickets will be sold to exceed: the nnmberof bertl
I) principality by long distance telephone! Wt"ta ttndyoa* imptto*. are the most of all &.- or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus insuring all passengers Indlrldui

-Robert Shackleton In harpers Magazine. cases service and attention.
.; Be sure that this TMADK MARKSOK

ot picture* label the I U on form the KIDNEY| CURE II i IONCOOTNMHTB PASSENGERS LEAVE ,TACXVILLE: EVERY FRIDAY.See .
OpnacCdres wrapper ot every fOLEY'S Ac.
o' bottle of Emulsionyou eaara&titd RHHdJ Ae1ee._IIn.a..teb.e4. A..ar.!>ptton eiaynetker ( Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Union)
a cold la 2-, hours. Coughs bron- boy. e..I..ruin.t'I';ogoloa ail,2aSSHaS
tales Cooa.ekr
\ lasn k a
chitis, catarrh, la grippe, neuralgia and refunded.recognized I-..... oic.ae..cv ItAIID800ll e.par wWRi2i1l LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH,
headache, together with all peeverlshconditions SCOTT.BOWNE. money ",":: e stS5v:;!
Ef Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL through the
t of the System.: They gently :rtmedles ,

'. open the bowels.without griping, act on ) CHEMISTS the 7J; Tck.mTc jfitfrktm FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
the liver, tone up tbe system and cause ) Dent physicians as

l colds fevers, and headache to disappearlike t, 409 NEW pearl YORK Street KMney :" -.1 .Bhddu troutla.Bed ..tWtunofa.T.er.ew.F A"-IyI ._ .........,. ....nw.aai Through tickets sold to an northern poh b.7' r nit Information.regarding #

magic. They do not cause ringing ee.4 ell .-...... ....4 ..... r.aata0.lL..ao+s'r W -____ I tractions cZered by no oUter line; -diagrams, lessnatlas ttokste, etc., apply w.HI
In the head. JFrtce 33cts. For sale sec. i" ; '
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Bed Cress Pharmacy,TUnsTllle, ?1s.4t ........... Jfey M. 'Atoanffl el '''FlorldJkiti








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Gard.-Early The great tonic(; cathartic, an Invaluable + -- "
WINDSOR HOTEL ,i, Hav. a now Antwmm for malaria,
,", cure bll1ousoOll't con ?
JAqjKSOITVILLE'S !. the Time to Plant. stlpatlon, Deti't ane88, catarrh of the< Florida House ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA.

FINEST AND FLORIDA'S Every one who loves n rose and possesses stomach, bad brent" .b, oily skin, sleeplessness ,

LARGEST AND BEST YEAR-ROUNDIUOTEI. a few feet of ground with plenty wind and; all liver, stomach aDd
of sunshine can have bill own rose bowel trouble. 10O Wafers 23cta. For NOW OPEW.. TOURISTS' AND TRAVELERS' FAVORITE.

_, ... _.. .r..: I, garden and find pleasure and health sale by Red Cross Pharmacy, Titusville. I 6, .
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:: ;;, la cultivating the queeu of flowers. Of This 11- popular house is centrally located; has mil modern improvements, In.eluding ,.

'I'sourse:: the ideal soil la 1rich deep OVER FIVE 1'nOU3AND:' OF WAI STEAM\ nEAT, and more room with SOUTHERN. EXPOSURE

loam, but good rose bed cnn be madeIn ton's Rapid Oalking Tools now In use than any other hotel In town. Accommodates 250. Rates 93.30: to 93.50 pot
by boat In the United .
owners Stttes. '
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clay sand or gravel. V
'. Price $4.1)0) and 8.00 each the day. \:
as Al
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Rosen abhor wet feet and If the soil j.
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F. 0. HAYDEN, Manager.
vodA Till otlice, Titu ville, Fla.J3P .
is wet It must be thoroughly drained. .
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This can usually be done by digging "
; OLD NEWSPAPERS '
> For Sale
out the bed to a depth of three foet PAI.ATKA. .
CU this
Art tlIlP. sQ office. .
j,1 : 2'to and filling In one foot with broken! _._ e
atone, brick, cinders or gravel. - -- -

o Roses' roots revel in a deep, rich soil} f: :> Notice. The Graham Hotel ,' PALATKA, FLORIDA., ..

: therefore the bed> should be at least e ,
i two feet In depth with n generous supply TIME CREDITORS, LKOATRKH AND IJIft. 1!i I'' It M '
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Ul of U. \Y Monrpeduoeiuwd I. and
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of manure at the bottom. Cow manure all nornona hmluir nuy ulntm or II..lUandlu'aln"t Opposite Post Office and Office* of Ockhtwaha and St. Sohns River Steamer,
Is best, but horse manure be In'* estate iin hereby. nntltiml and ntquiiwl
w sI may to present the' same to the under.pandathululstratrix I holy Brick Hotel In the City, Rates : $:3 and $ .r.o per day. "
ustllif old ;and well decomposed rt Is of said ilurrilrnt within the time ,
well to depress the lIl..1 an Inch below proscribed by law,or else. the sums will.b.burred, No better Place la the City. Porters Meet alI Trains and Moats.. A

the surface' to retain the rainfall.Garden ? AMY A. MONUOK, ,
An AuuilnlHtmtrlx of Estate '
CHi1l. "-r / roses grown in two of It W. MU1arMn i I ;.t J. E.: OANTT, Proprietor.
I thdlr Titusville Kin., OctnbotlS, 1904.
to( -AtMaster's
l can be> obtained from tlonlcrs on -- ,- ._... ..- ---" '-- -.,-- -..--" ,- '". .--.- ..- ._.....__, .. ......
own roots or budded the snanettl or ;j
pit
experience Sale. QLD SI AnUEEZE.GOOAI: J FLA.The I '
brier. From! the of a quar
DODGE A CULLENS, ::0 OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS. ter of a century with both I believe '
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------ _. tho lena vigorous varieties are better AND WY VIRTUE OH" A FINAL
--- --- --- UNDER In foiwilnHur,entered.. In the Clr- Inn'.t OI.P 8EARREEZK,
budded than on their own roots. cult Court fur the HotentU Juillulitl Circuit Seaside
At The hole in which rose plants are of lorula. tit and for Hfcvard aoiiuty.In ft QOODALL, FLA. :
D IIi HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA.- tliereln .
wherein .
-. cause Ivpeii'JinK Mary E 8
set should be made sq* deep and wide Deicruuw xeuutrlaof the w4le of and anm 1
that the roots can be spread down legatee under the writ f Aston A.l>iiirauwUccraiieil. | ID now open for tile winter season, under"thl) management of the owner,
ward and outward without touchingsuch Is o \ et nl., are iloleuiiKnia' I, u Mpealal Master III
Beach, the hotel In modern In all It* appointments, with large, airy, pleasant
other and the collar or point Chancery will unit"t i>nlllo lain, In frontof the
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bo Court. House door at Tltuivlllo, Florida,between rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keating' Casino ana Pier.
should
Opposite postoffloe, located. where the bud was Inserted the legal, hour of sale, to the highest end bunt
Centrally ( Thoroughly repaired and re ; The surf bathing is unexcelled. Term moderate.
placed two Inches beneath the surfaceof bidder for ooh on the Vixl lay of January A.U, ,
theMuie ,iielng the tint HORACE STEW An'f Owner and Manager.i. .
h, soil. This I Is IlItlll. Muunay In old ,
the deep planting necessary
month, sad tale. da l the
a legal ilencrilwil
following
novated. Newly furnished throughout.. Llberally'oonducted. .' to prevent suckers being thrownout real .estate situated y.\In the county of>>...-. -_.__.._ -- -..- .
",r .?v. yard Oute of t'lorlila. or Ie> miioh tli"r of si
..1rr' ',' by the roots. Should a, brier or will aatlH/y said decree and costa, tu-witi SEAIJltEI :&E. \ ,

Rates 2.50 per day and up. ''. '*. manettl shoot appear dig down and All Lou i anti 9, of 81>etlnl.I6.; In Township $1. I ,
cut It off at the root and rub the point Bnnth RnnirA) east, pitoept ten acre our tin '
f ,1
?, I otith Chin of laid low, heretofore l SKAIJRKK/E FLORIDA.
smooth to prevent It starting again. the uartlet i>f the first !part to Htmborn Jonon biilmd New, Clarendon Inn ,
B. W. SPERRY' Proprietor.. The canes of a wild shoot are covered rmnrdail In hoed .. M4T,11 r Facing the Sea t.
0"71 i the record of Uravartl. e"unt"Io'lorIJ... contain
I "," '11" with minute thorns and bear seven Inn iw acres 100 Rooms, 40 Modern Bathrooms, Swimming/ Pool, Bowling Alley, Tennis ;k
.leaflets instead of five. Alaulxitg. of Boctlon 11 Township 33, South Court, Quoit Grounds, Etc. Tlilrty-flve miles. of the grandest ocean beach In
; After planting the canes should be noun 3D Kaat,oontalnlnt V>auras, the world; perfect.for carriage drive, bicycle rldlng'nnd Automobile.
Q'NEAL/ Also, ooninmnolDB on the Bangs Hn. 81.7(1(
H. N. shortened to about twelve Inches and chains north of.nnthwesteornor of hoi.lon 7 UNRIVALLED SURF BATHING AND SPLENDID FISHING. i
''liwnHliii3U.| South 14nge/e() hunt: alt the hint,
the entire surface of the soil covered OCEAN rum AND CASINO CONNECTED WITH HOTEL.: .
Una of It II I.altoohe.Ihnn K West 12.5urhaine: .
with coarse manure leaves and Utter more or less to the In ill an River tbonne roil RAtes, booklet and further information mailed upon application, Address,
HAS LEASED THE .. for a depth of at least three Inches. North along the bank uf mild lllver II() yard. to
the 'land line of land farniarly ownoil by W. H E. L. POTTER Proprietor O. It. KNAPPE, Manager.\ ,
.
This la all the protection needed: for Sanders. thnnra Kant lo Atlanilo Ocnaiv, 47 8KABKEKZE, FLORIDA.
the perpetual and hybrid teas and It chain inure or lessrthenceSoothurlyalong the
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il
ARAQONHOTEL' uses ach to Mid 1C 11.1 iLaKonhe'a, being - --- ---
1 should be repeated annually as soon as "|iM>*lte to the of nimitnnncomont, thence : -. ;
the ground has one good freezing. If West along *aU. 1"10'. H4,(K>rlmlm to point, of be i '.xITU8VJLT, f
KlunliiKibrliiK of Lot 3, Hertlnn IV, Town
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. done before the soil Is frozen we are sh/p. /| .1J, t\olltllltlln 37 "Kimt,and of Lots 3 and .
apt to protect some of our Insect enemies 4, Hnctlnn 7.Township" 12. Houtb Range "40 ....
It Is 'open on the Ameilcan plan Rates $2.60 per day and upwards. ooniRinina: iiu Aaron moro or lass, with all .
The alterations and thut we are anxious to be rid riparian. rfghu, Sembler Cottage .
many renovation of the hotel are completed, and It Is TTUSVILLEtFLORIDA ;
now eeoond to nona In the city. Both cuisine and service unsurpassed of.-Robert Iluey.GEORGIA. JOHN HENRY, !

In the South. Rooms with private bath, $3 per day and upwards. I 1>. L. Gcnhlen, tvt Snerlal Complainant Maater. ChanceryAttorney VH. Open All the Year Good JJoard'l1n(1 Attention. }II,

MELONS. -, \tSherlVs-,-_ 'REASONABLE RATES. ",
Stale.UNDER Two doors from F, K, 0., Railway fittitlon, Tltu *ltto.! '
WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay a13dCedar Streets, Some of the Choicest Are Poor Shippers r .
'MRS. A. J. sEMULKa! : r. \ JACKSONVILLE, LA. -In Northern Markctn.:
AND IIY VIRTUE!: OK AN KXKPU .u. t}
Somo of tho choicest melons grownIn ImtiRfl one of tho Circuit Cuur.'for: .
American, plan. Centrally located. Just built and open the south are such poor shippers lirevaril uiu ty In a CIIIIHB therein. iioudInu FEASTER HOW); TITU8V1LLK, FLORIDA
-, wbaniln K. M. tlolineM, ramlilor. .
U
an plain
t
ed,this season. Fine cooking/ and good table. Hot and Cold Water' that they never reach the northern till and J. P. Met was the di-rnnilant. I bavIvvloil 0 Corner Lemon and Main Street
markets and in fact never leave the upon. and W\l11tU1i at pulillo outcry to thehlBhest Flrst-class ;" Ooed,.dunny Itoo",.. Rate, Reasonable, special.

,Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All farm, i Thus Lord .Bacon, .Kolb": Gem .LMirt/ Ilouee end bent,bldilcr.., 'fUuIIVIJI.for"."h.ln., triurltla front,)Uurtni of the l>y the week' MRS. r
f J. N. FKASTER.
and Augusta Rattlesnake, so largely the liminof II a a,. and II n. ni., on the tlrn, "t' I\ l'rapr I e t or..
street oars pass the .door. Rates, 2.00 to $2.50 per day. Monilnr In January, A. it. 1'1/1.' / the "lInwlol\! r, MH3. JULIA WtRITw'lSClIJJHotel ; ,:

ilHHfrltiiul rust. I estate, shunted In Ilia County of .,. .........._..., : _. .
% )frs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. Jir..r.llln. Suits of Florida,towitsYrsI. I + ---- w.--------'-'--- --,S'f"--- ,"
Tlio tract or lour purl( one-half. (4J4)acrilnniirlliflil ) ) ... I.AU I
d.J.I.II
,- InlliiHik "L" of Tree e. at I'm" 2nlHmvar'l : I 'I ,. 3
I'ounty KiriiriU the North HM.. being -,- 0
The New Travelers Hotel 9,71'uhaln. and IIA f..t houthof the line between. i ..
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Jens throe and four of Buctlun 'M, Township IIHmilli 4
lunira M hunt; and. lmr( a .drip 2IH' fun
-On the American and European Plan- In wliltli .Bxtoiiillnir, Iroin the imllan' Rlv..r tu Sarno and Cottages KAU OALLIE, FLA.
the Went line of Lot .
Knur and bounded North" ,
Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant .
hy I"n"l now or formerly of 1'1.r, and South
family home. Rates: American Plan, 2.00 and $$2.60; European, BOcts by land now or formerly of.f U, 1'ownll.Hanonil. On the Eau Oalllo and Indian Rivers'. Two mile. from the mouth of the

and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. A of the'. All Honthwriiit that part ijimrter of the Hoiiihweit of Mention quartr :iinTowi .. famous Bapana River Unsnrpiuisod Duck Shooting! and Fishing. The Hotel .

H. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.The ..liii24] H-iuth, Itanx:'MI lukHt, lying South' and Cottages are elegantly/, furnlli,,,d. Freestone and Sulphur/: Water. Rate I '\
beautifully located Riverside Hotel at Green Cove Springs, Is under the .of Third.the land Eormneureattile of Lupus' i In y ton.Nnrthwatcorner ot Id.CO:; and $:t.r/>0 per flay; special by the week or month. Ootrngn. completely: t

same management. the lour and on..hal( aura imrd'l ..t land flout furnished for families. 'J. WATKIN3 JoKE,

above deHiTllwd. and run writ smog the South' ., .. ..
-- -- -- -- -- --- -
line of Andrew J. Matthew to the Right of-Way
of the K. K. C. Ry. to.| thou HoutliHOiterl'alunic lUI LnOUnN .
Net Hotel t I Windle JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. aI"1 Right I ; of-wy: to the North, line of J. ''I
I'oweU'l) land now owned by Mrs. Unroll 11. .
10 East Forsyth Street. Hiultlu I thence. Rent to the Huniliw corner of
the first deserltedperoeltlmnce, f>.ortl to the New MF.LBOURNK, FLORIDA.v
Center of City ; cool( ( airy rooms; first-class In all appointments. The best lolace. ot beginning.Sounh.. Jt II that.partoftheNorthw.atquite- Hotel Carleton, B rev aril County.

$2 to $2.50 American plan house in the'city. Open all the year. European ter 1'ownshl,24south.of the Honthwmt lUnu.quarter Hll Kant of, Huotlou which lira 2tl. Finely situated on .a high blurt overlooking the INDIAN RIVER.

plan, $1 per day, one person. Free bus from trains and steamships, Near GEORGIA: SHIPPIKd MELONS. (South irihafowullor of the land Hmltb of: K! I land). Mc
all car lines. Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH, Prop. grown for shipment are distinctly Inferior rtlghbot-way of the 11'. K lly.Co.) plumbing, furnsoe-heat and gas-light. Rates i- $J per day and' up..
t in quality to many other varieties 18-9 JOS. I'. BROWN BhcrlftT.' Special 6y the week. Private) Baths. "

but they have tough thick nnnl1''t'W.nN'.. -_....!.. ., .-., .mnmranvr_' .. ............

Bridge and Bay Stieets.JACKSONVILLE rinds which enable diem to reach market ,
WOLFE'S EUROPEAN
HOTELICorner
FLA. In better condition than the choicer i'-rt New Brown HAn ti MELBOURNE:, FLORIDA

thin rind varieties. if Brevard County
-Rooms SOcts, 75ots and $1.00A -- -
Augusta Rattlesnake (A In the cut)
Centrally Located on New Haven Avenue. Fine View of Indian River

first-class Restaurant In Connection. la light green with dark stripes flesh and Crane Creek. Good Hunting and Fishing.. Open the year Round ',1WIHT

J. II. WOLFE, Manager.\ red. crisp and tender. t' BATES t f'J: per day. Special by the w ek. '

Kolb Gem (D) bas long been the GEO. M. BROWN, Proprietor.

type of a perfect shipper flesh red. : B.a1 ... ... .... ..
JE -- -- --- ---- -- '+- -
HOTEL DE SOTO Under new management. American and European. tough and coarse but well flavored r : '
and sweet, : l"AI..1t1 nl:ACII. '\ 1'

Plan. Re-furnished. Centrally Located. e .. ., -

(Formerly Genera.) Rates: 50cts. to $2.00 per day- The Lime 011 Wash For' Seal. 2 !: --J

Something hew for the San Jose OEx The Narcissus Cottages MAIUpN and CORNELIA.'
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. S. P. NASH, Manager. .
scale 'is the formula; worked out by

=------------ .------------- -- .---- -,--,------,,'---,-- Mr. ..Dlckson a Delaware fruit grow. vQ ogc t : (") Narcissus Street, West Palm Beach, Fla. '

ST, AUGUSTINE., er of much experience. "Lime oil" it Rates: $2.CO to Utjper/) day Hpeolal rates by the weelr.
la called. The process U said to be to Fronting on Lake Worth, whit' attractive view of the latm.n"acb shore '
lake ten pound of tone lime with ; ;; H! Ej Delightful, airy rooms. Kleotrlo lights, hot and cold blithe, and all modern IIr ;'

five gallon of refined kerosene oil, after conveniences. Table ervlo<> the best. Small children not taken '

Hotel Magnolia ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. which add twenty-five gallons of I :.a. .J 0 cDQ M1W. L. D. HOSKINSON:: West Palm Bench, Flu

water. Thl glvew a 20 per cent oil .. .... .. .. .. .._ .. '
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solution which It la claimed kill. I g'9\ a 3U J1 rTDiiii: ; i l'
the scale, does not Injure the foliage N. c.

and Is easily applied. If this wash i U) ii ____ _'._" '_ II

f ONE OF THE FIRST-CLASS; .HOTELS Of ST. AUGUSTINE. proves n* simply made and efficient ai ) 4gtF

appears to be the case" If I* a boon to c> 42} 1 : Kenilworth Inn B1LTWORE!:, N. C.

I'. ,- ; the fruit grower in relieving them of >" ..... '
srfw OPEN t't '' 3 + VICAR' A5IIRVII.LE.OL .
,; the troublesome and laborious preparation pi- ,
t of the lime, salt and<< sulphur ftS '
< '
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wash. -EY TIIROtlOHOUT TUB YEAR. 1

I ,3 ii 5.

PALMER & MacDOWELL Str r Petal. KDUAR D. MOORE, 1'ropriutor.

., ..Queen Louise in a popular white car- rs.r< F 0 -- ------ .. .. . -.. ..
nation.A .1

Hotel St. George ST., AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA nearly white canna I* one of th* Wp'SS S I) =-

last production of the late AntoineCrolay. For Box: ofORAXTCES.
C' a
O pTtfi ,
$1 00 Gold
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED SINCE LAST SEASON. Daffodil Jonquil and poet*' nar- >

should be planted In ttoptem .
First-class up-to-date hotel. C1U4
Elevator. Steam heat. I'rlvatebatha, i
OCN.C"I
$3 per day. Send for booklet. her or October. .
Crocus bulbs should<< be planted a* *r We have had so many reports of the floe quality of orange raised with our

M. B. MONTGOMERY. of Hnestl House, Saratoga, early a. possible not h\f.r than early Imon Pure fertilizer during the past; year, that we have decided to offer $tOO

Owner and Proprietor.cvon October If avoldsblev JiJl IN GOLD fyi the best, $20 for tne second and $!<> forth third best box of t

-- One of the latest dablln. the Twen-- oranges oR( the crop. of 1WM) 1003 and 1000 Three successive years. The time of
tlet!* Century or. orchid flowering.1 '
exhibition will be snnonnced later.
originated on a great: dahlia farm of'
- '6UTJDTn6ICINO eighty acre In xW Jersey. ig ifJJ The only condition being that the crop of fruit shall be produced with out

Plant the,lily bulbs In October and Imon Pure Fsrtllfzsr. If a Mate Fair should be held during any one of the seasons .

November; always excepting:: candldum .. g$ and at such Vm" that a creditable exhibit of citrus fruit* can bo mode the> 1

AUGUSTINE (St. Joseph's or Annandatlon lily.) and display will be held during the fair, and at the place where the fair I I. hold. ;, '
AND ST. OfOR08 $TVEqS ST. FLORIDA
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opposrrePOSTOPFICesadPLAA <* ; excelflnm: (l blUnnm). which are set ; -For farther particular and booklet, addros--- \
l.eatLsa f. lb..117. IIt"leU a"......'. Rlaq a.. --. well lip)' August and epUmbec.IT J "
xl..e,.....alral........ ___. ...,. 0.._ le.v.saber $0".- Add.... ....... 1 -- E. O. PAIN FERTILIZER CO, Jack onvllle, Fla. ,
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< 8 ..j .h:j, EAST COAST ADVOUATE! ,,. DECEMBER 23, 1904 --
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A ********************************************* IO KILLED/AT1, : SEBRINCS. ADDITIONAL, LOCALS *...****JM *** ..
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Write For Our IQO-Page(; Illustrated Catalogue,. ,' ---a --r-
i I' Mr. W. tt $ bring brother vpf Mr. of L. C. Bostrom on Xmas ,Presents
6 -] of Suggestions for Christmas -Read the ad. ]t
I't. < : \ Geo. E. Sebring', a former wellknownrelldent 5th =
II IICJ
4rI; I DiamondsFull Watches Clocks! of Rocklodge, Fla., was, on Friday page. ,.. I
of Gallle
last A. Eau "
etrunk by a fast train on the -Mr. P. McMillan COMPLETE LINE EVER IN '
:: THE MOST SITS ;|
Pennsylvania Railway, in Sebiing, 0., this week.
Jewelry Cut Glass 0 was la town a day or so .
,
and almost Instantly killed. i It-

+ : Silverware Etc; $ Mr. Sebrlng was a.. son of George St.,1 The Masonic election of officers will :: DIAMONDS, > : CUT GLA S, t'\ i j?
4
and ElizabethtLarklns'Sebrlng was take place thisFridayevening. Do not :: SOLID GOLD JEWELRY, J STERLING SILVER TABLE.
Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention. born at East Liverpool Deo. 20, 1869( forget It. i It- GOLD" FILLED JEWELRY, WARE. i
Satisfaction guaranteed. < and therefore was 85 years of age' Ills J SILVER PLATED: WARE. j kI
NOVELTIES
early Ute was spent in that city, and -Mr. T. L. Sams, of Oourt nay, has STERLING SILVER i 1 1It
2383 b/ there he received his education, 'becoming been making almost dally trips to TItusvllle
Sterling Silver' a keeper of books. He soon drifted two The finest line of Sterling Silver Toilet Sets and Novelties ever $
i I :Roman Gold Finish ,7. e/ with his others into the pottery industry In his launch' the past .
f .,' J..ooketJ, / JEWELERS: ; SILVERSMITHS!,, and here with them, laid the weeks, > $ shown: in TItusvllle. .*.

,ENGRAVED FREE. 41 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.l foundation of a. successful business life. -.-Miss Ester Lowry. who hall spent the ..
After a time he engaged In workat '
1 *** *********************** ************************ East Palestine, and after pottery four yearsof I past six months in the Carolinas, returned raSTSPEClAL ATTENTION "GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS. :
t unwonted success there come 101000 o to 'her home In Titusville on
-. = toSebringand became one of the founders Wednesday. G. L. MANDA VILLE. Tit sviJle. Fla. |i''

r I :R.. Xs O-.r.x..O"'i'iit THE CHAUTAUQUA SALE and business promoters of the little
city which bears his name Because of Manager S. II. Peck,'ofHotel Plaza, :*A** r*******k************************************** '
.''I'II I AND GOOD ROADS. his ability as an accountant he was Rookledge, was a passenger on yester T I
made treasurer of the Sebrlng Pottery

Last Thursday afternoon: the 15th lost Co., of the Limoges China Co.,, of the day's southbound train, en route home E. L J3e.:: :o-Z &: ::eeo.:::
I I s the Ladle Cbautanqna Aid Society, of, Sebrlng Land Co., and had much of the from .a trip to Jacksonville. ; .. ,
Melbourne held clerical work of the new business enterprises -DEALERS IN=
a Christmas sale. It Judge Jones and family have returned
I was well attended, and the Treasurer In hand. DeLand to GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD
'J announced that the result, the hand- The many Indian River and Daytona to Titusvllle, from GROCERIES, PRODUCTS

a. 4. some sum of $79.27,was most gratifying. Friends of Mr. Sebrlng will regret to spend Christmas, and their many friends We handle PRODUCE Of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS
'j I learn of the sad death of Mr. Geo. Bebrlng's
r gilt This Is very encouraging to the ladles, brother. '- are pleased to see them In town again.Dr. We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all oonnam. '
who are working with the Idea of pays era. Write us for prices on Grain and Groceries, delivered at your station.
logon the debt on thai,Auditorium, and C. G. Weld, of Boston who has E. L. BRADY fc; BRO. .. TITUSVILLE, FLA. '
makes them sure that "The Bazaar of CHURCH &. been spending several weeks at Canaveral

,'" Nations" which they Intend to hold the Club, left for, home on Wednesday. -

t ; grand second success.week In February, will be a Rev. W. F. Ailed, of, Tltusrllle, will He killed quite a number of ducks while wo E. GOLDSMITH

1 The Interest In the coming session of preach at Osteen next Sunday, December here ,

E. J"I' the Cbautauqua Is rapidly !growing. It 25th, morning and evening.Rev. -Mr.and Mrs. A. Wagoner and family, -Dealer In- ,

I,' ; Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, year was feared on account by some of the that disastrous the lapse fire of a, Christmas. J. B.sermon Hawk will at\ preach Melbourne a special, on former residents of TItusvllle, have returned STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT AND

I I Ales, Stout, Eta which destroyed most of the hotel accommodation Christmas morning at 11 o'clock.In here from Tennessee, and now PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.I'l'USVILLE .

f l EST"Send' tie ypor orders! ,early last winter, would the evening at 7;30 he will preach occupy the Gaulden Cottage on Wash.. ,- FLORIDA.
have a bad effect, but there be
seems to the Christmas
sermon at the Church at
'TITUSVILLE and COCOA Ington avenue.
l- FLORIDA. no lack of concern la what Is getting to Eau Gallle. .
be the great annual event of this section. Epworth League devotional meeting Dr. F. H. Houghton is now in Titus-
It.Is certainly wonderful how the people at each church the to attend to Walker
preceding sermon. vllle, and'wm bo prepared ''Wn"R.
East Coast Meat Market Intellectual from a distance treat. Their flock brains In to this and Christ.Subject"of Mark the meeting xlll 8-0.: "An Offering_to. all dental!: work on Monday next. The

minds are hungry, and they desire to ',Dentoa will be at the Indian ;River hotel *-- Dealer In -
t;, G. F. DUREN, Agent. come to the two weeks of entertainment There will be .regular services at the .
wharf on Monday.Mr. aril : Groceries
as to a feint. The Chautauqua manage TItusvllle Baptist church on Sunday, Staple : :: s'atl.07: : : ,'

CD ca ment some and very corns pretty of the circulars.hotels are gettingout December preach a Christmas 25th.; The sermon pastor in expects the morning to. C. L. Berge, of Adelphla, N. J., :Fruits atl.d.: :: 7egetaie1es. \

.=. who last winter in Tltusvllle, ,with i
With the ample capacity and good at 11 o'clock and a New Year's ser spent
.oa PIt-=:a.' catering! of the up-to-date Carleton, and mon In the evening at 7 o'clock. May his family writes us,that it Is very cold Hay: : ., G-iaAra.: : :: ars.d.Feed,

fif .--c-> the !great improvements ,made- by the we not have large congregations at both and stormy in New Jersey, and that the 'e -Your Patronage Solicited-

= other hotels, Melbourne need fear no services? All are cordially Invited thermometer is down to 7 above zero. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
r IL + longer to let, the public know of her HOWARD B GIBBOSS,
; 1 Cbautauqua. and natural beauties, and Pastor. -Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Heublln's many ,
=a to Invite the presence' of all who may friends will regret to learn that their JJCfl? LJ g'VJLT-.iT: XsJL V JJJtrl"3T StC-flLTFtT iT3.
wish to come. Heretofore It has been a COMING SOUTH. '
-....; .CD.". sore object, for many have, arrived on little girl-born !at ,Seabreeze last FrI- an
a=:t ; train and been day-dlqd on the 20th lust, and was
one to leave'onthe
..s--ra.: ...Odf .. next. obliged Nearly} every day: letters arrive from buried in the beabreeze Cemetery next FEED AND SALE. 1$ ll te>-fffiii8BSfcfc- SADDLE HORSES,

Ct: There was, on Wednesday, another people In the north, saying they will '
day. .:; -t k BUGGIES
'TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. meeting of the Good Road Association soon be on the East Coast of Florida, to ..SrADLES.: ,

The interest taken in this subject shows escape the severe cold weather now prevailing -Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Taylor have Ire. BAGGAGE SURREYS,
good results In this County. The great In their section of the United turned to St. Augustine from the north,

Robbins & Graham Go.Inoorpor illustrated advantage of a few Rood days roads ago.was A strikingly party of States., A letter from M. MoNab, of and Lave been receiving hearty greetingsfrom TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS of

four wished to to the south their numerous friends. Mr. Taylor -
go end of Youngstown, 0., says: "Please change HAULING ETO. ..an klndll..
( t d.) Valkarla. the distance being a trifle over the address of ADVOCATE to Eau Gallle, Is manager of the Casino, St. Augustine -

F PAID UP CAPITAL t2 OOO.OO ten miles. With single horse they left Fla. We are having good, steady, which he will open next month.Mr. .
the Episcopal Rectory at 2 o'clock, and snowy TAC.: :. Os'ba.J1": .
This company owns reached their destination at twenty weather with sleighing ft.of\) which I Sam Sanders, of Indlanols, TITUSVILLEIn rear of Robbins' Law OffioeFLORIDA..
minutes before '4 o'clock. Returning am perfectly willing to leave to
3' people came to town on Wednesday, and ,
aii: ;4.rT :3D s they left at 4:30 and arrived In Melbourne up
who. know no better. I feel that I
morning
left next for Orlando, to spend
at exactly o'clock.. This shows
4 the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. what advantage our new County roads know a spot on the beautiful Indian the Christmas holidays with, his sister, INDIAN RIVER ICE ,FACTORY.

Lnole River; at New River and on Bay are to us aiL When It is rememberedthat River that I have seemed to like much Mrs. Chas. O. Blyth. Mr. M. S. Same TITUSVILLE:$ :FLA.Is .

- r JMsoayne Prices to suit the timer.it we still have to go Into the flat better. Sand feels much better to my accompanied him as far as Titusvilln.Mrs. prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
woods of the distance
a part on account
"
feet than snow. paid sacking for Yachts or for family nse. Fair dealing is my motto.T. .
Send for Land List. ,' of the obstructive tactics of a prominent L. C. Branning and her mother, T. WETMORE Proprietor
citizen, It will be seen that when the
Offices at Titusvllle. and Miami Fla. road Is finally completed as now planned, MARRIED.The ., Mrs..C. L. Wright left here, yesterday,
for Palm Beach, to spend the winter I
Malabar and Valkarla will be -
pleasant driving distance from only Mel.a following( announcement was received with Mr. Branaln Mr. and Mrs. BranDing r'i.:: :' ni.c.g., :PZ'L11": 1.1i.n.g.,

y FOR SALE. bourne. In fact the new road practically at this office on Monday: ,have rented their furnished cottage:

brings the towns'of Eau Gallic\ "Mr. Charles Cordelle Mast-Miss Nellie until the end of April, to Mrs. Baladen, and !general repairing of all kinds. v
I Over Indian River Fla. Melbourne, Malabar and Valkarla comfortably Blauohe Neer, marrted'on
; 1(000 acres on ,
Wedneadl\Yt of Atlanta Ga. who has her and
I Dear together. so that there the 7tb of December ) son Leaders, Gutters, Stove Pipe, Etc., made to order. Pipe Fittings, Etc.
BUILDING LOTS, WILD LAND, may be a neighborly intercourse among Farm, Westvllle, Ohio." daughter with her.

ORANGE A: GRAPEFRUIT GROVES, the people of these communities. It Is After the marriage! the bride and
hoped thai before the end of the coming groom left for New York, ''where they -Mr. Chas.II. Watson, of Miami, wasa -Business Promptly Attended To-
i PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS, year the entire road from one end of ipent a week or so at the Hotel Marl- passenger on Wednesday's; train, on .

-$5 ,to $1,000 PER ACHE- County to the other will 1>e shelled and borough. From there they sailed on, a his way*home from Cincinnati, O. He
in shape for rapid driving. Four years Clyde steamship for Charleston, and Address or call on GEO. .T. WHITE, > TItusvllle Fla.
Owing to health owner will sell said it was cool down here, but where he
poor ago it was a day's journey to gar to Val- will be at their Eden home some time In
l any quantity desired, cheap, on easy karia and back, besides It being somewhat February. Mr. Mast saw snow for the came from there was about three feet of '
1 terms. Rare opportunity for profitable dangerous In having to cross Turkey tint time in twelve years, and the snow on the ground and it was. very
4 i investment:. Creek la a scow. This Is all changed thermometer( times, went to 8 above cold. Mr. Watson said he was glad to 'The Titusvillle Blacksmith Shop

t, JAS. HOLMES, the now benefit, and of we are of beglnn'ng the to reap zero. ______________ be on the East Coast again, to get away ,
hand work
some
_ I t'j ll-12t. Jensen, Fin done. QUAIL SHOOTING. from the Ice, snow and slush In Ohio. O. B. STEELE, Proprietor.. .,'

f -- -Onour4th page will be found the ad. All kinds of Blacksmith; Machine and Engine Boiler Work will be done by
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.
.: Hodgson Bros. Dr. E. E. Rollins and Mr. W. M. PrIn of Will M. McGrlff.Daytpna's well-knowu experienced workmen. ,
i
Friendship Chapter., No/ 11, Order of die, of TItusvllle, went quail shooting on painter, decorator and paper-hanger. -Buggies and Wagons Made to Order and Repaired_
Tuesday morning and la about three
.:EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. Eastern Star, met at the Chapter-room, hours they bagged 60 quail between Mr. MoOrlff is one of the best sign A bicycle, gun and...
t Indian River hotel, TItusvllle, on Tuesday them. That was the limit allowed by painter. on the East Coast, and we
Marine Railway. evening, for the purpose of Install- law, or they could have shot 100, the would advise you to give him a trial 5 G-cJ1cra.1: El.cpajr: Sh.op

General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. InK those: members who were elected and birds were so plentiful.Messrs. when you need anything in this line. will be operated in connection with the Blacksmith and Machine Shop.
..Special Facilities.. nominated a couple of weeks ago. The G. E. Prltobett and Wm. M.
Contracts taken anywhere on the East .. .
chair was occupied by Mrs. M. A. Sorlm- Prindle returned home on Wednesday, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ;
I I Jor: Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing geour with Mr. F. ,A. Morgan, vice- with 35: quail. Coast.
chairman. After the usual
; routine
f Yachts and Launches. -Mr. L. C. Branning, TItusvllle
business bad been attended to, the installation -
Mention the ADYOOATS when writing. took place, Mr. F. A. Morgan RiP VAN WINKLE.On station agent, left here, Monday night, The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.

tilling the position of Installing officer, for Palm Beach, to take charge of the ,
I and Mr. Jno. R. Walker marshal. l
Monday evening, at the Opera F. E. C. Railway station at that place'
The following officers will now take SaJ1ford": : F1or:1d.a.: .
BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER house Tltusville, Mr. Chas. King
pro.rented
$ their respective stations In the Chapter-' during the winter season. Ha Was accompanied !
the drama made famous by Mr,
1
_ room during the year 1006 s Joseph Jefferson, entitled, "Rip Van by Messrs. Philip Wright and
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Miss Kate Stewart W. M. Winkle. Mr. King was supported by a T. G. Rollins. As announced In our last AGENTS FOR- -
I will be located In Eau Gallle after F. A. Morgan, W.P.Mrs. .
F. A. Morgan, Associate M. very fair company. There was an ap- Issue, Mr. T. P. Bowes has taken Mr.BraDnlng' WALTER A. WOOD HARyESTING MACHINES .
July 6th, and be prepared to do all kindsof preciative audience present and Mr. place as ,agent at the Titus-
I Mrs. B. R. Wilson, Secretary.Mrs. .
war applauded '
King loudly throughout ACME HARROWS CLARK'S CUTAWAY
; work In this line. Write me for estimates J. Kline. Treasurer. villa station. HARROWS,

'i 7 on your work. References if de Mrs. J. M. Dixon, Conductress. F. W. DEVOE'S MIXED PAINTS. ELLWOOD STEEL WIRE FENCE.aobi..o .
aired. Miss Catherine Same, Associate Con. 1 ROCKLEDGE.
Address Miss Jessie Sanders! Ruth. W. E. :
1 TnOS. F. KELLEY, Mrs. Geo. W. Scoble, Ada. Some one from Rookledge sent a P..O. SWOOPS,
1 Sb.opaP1'1..JI'W"rIII"b:1n.g";
Mrs. J, L. Carruthers Martha. .
,i Box 232. Eau Gulls Fla. order for 'l. O'to the ADVOCATE, Tuesday '
Mrs. R. C. Scrlmgeour, Esther. -DEALER IN-
Mrs.. Geo. M. Robbins Elects. but; no name or what Is was for. ; : Tilt: aJ1d.JllrSc1a1: .
t ; ...................... Chas. II. Walton, Warder., The ADVOCATE proprietor would like to O-oiiero-l "' ..
know the name of the party who sent : : w-c );
i Jno. M.Dlxon, Sentinel.J. .
:: E. Vesey Hall, R. Walker Marshal.J. order. _____________ .

i Georgians, Fla. L. Carrutbers, Chaplain. For Charter. .1 Icrcl.andls'c.
1
in Builders' Hardware.
After the closing of the Chapter the Everything
J'I $ Boat Builder. ladles had a liberal supply of sandwiches, -
coffee, eta, on hand, which were done Cruising yawl Trochee. For. partlou- FANCY GROCERIES AND CIGARSA WRITE FOR PRICES -
ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK. ample justice to by all present. Ian, enquire of the owner, SPECIALTY. --

M i Write for Estimates. Stanley Kltohi ng, Stuart, Fla.
i THE EAST COAST LUMBER & 'SUPPLY co..
I': ...................... Furnished Itooms. Fine Property For Sale. Hobe Sound Florida.
MAJrCF-.CTUBBRS AKP DBALKBS: IX! -

Two Furnished Rooms for rent, suitable Two nice cottages adjoining each LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL-Everything to construct a house.
for light housekeeping. No bed or other I a North TItusvllle with an acre
table linen. Good location. of hammock and five acres of rich mack SMALLEYMarine
land, suitable for truck farm. Good Brick, Lime and Cememt. Plaster and Hair. Turned Work, Brackets.
tf ":\[, P.," ADVOCATE, TItusvllle. river frunt. The larger cottage three Sash Doors Blinds. Paint. and Glass. Scroll and Cabinet Work.

sleeping'; rooms and a servant's room up Nails and Hardware) Door and Window Frames. Door and Window Screens
if Black nlth stairs; and a parlor, sitting room dining Roofing and Sheathing Paper Masury's Paints and Varnishes..
The Shop. 'room and kitchen below. The adjoin Gas Engines Prices are not always the lowest, bat stock is always the Best

ing cottage has two sleeping rooms and -Yards at Tltosvllle Eau Gallle. Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach- "
't'tI All kinds of Blacksmithing and Wagon servant's roam In second story, and -
Work; tires shrunk without cutting-a sitting room,. dining room and kitchen If Interested, write for catalogue and -
wonderful device, quicker, cheaper and below. Large.brick cisterns to both
i I s l I i much better. Horse shoeing and gun looses. Adapted for a nice winter Information to THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE "
repairing. Do not be led astray. Cometo home. L. E. ;
BOSTROM'Agent.
the old shop Apply to,GKO. .. BOBBINS. "
J. D. ESBTUJ, Tltusville, Fla Tltusvllle Fla. ORMOND, FLORIDA. CARRIES THE LARGEST STOCK''OF STATIONERY IN THE COUSTT.

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11 CHRISTMAS, IQOfl. ':' "' I ; I I I i

:11 .;... TITUSVILLB FRlonv :DECEMBER, 23 I 19011. 1"-.. NEW VBltR.. icioSSR /%.
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t( Jobson smiled eomliliiantly! at his lit
oj( tie Joke.
oj(
oj( "There one thing IlIotlc.,"s.ld Mrs
oj( Jobgon, still with a finger at her Up,
oj
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oil "and that Is that that squirrel coat seem Christmas Mite
to go remarkably well with dark hair. I 1CHBISTMAS
It looks quite well on that model doesn't
It?" By MADELINE BRIDGES

... "Great," laid Mr. Jobson. "That1 the
nobbiest fur garment that I've seen for a KS. PLANNITOUTlfl (thought
dog'a age. Usn: -er-It's queer how much fully-Dear, I have determinedto
darker your hair has become'durlng the make a new departure this,
i1 a t the Clerald= ingeln last five or six years isn't It? D'ye know Christmas. I feel that the spirit of
** a ng that It's almost jet black now?" Christmas lie, not In the giving of

1 f !Ife j to the new born Uftion "It is becoming very dark" agreed expensive trtflea to those who have the
), Mrs. Jobson. "But I really didn't think comforts and luxuries: of life, but In remembering -
S, you noticed such thing those whosuffer deprivation
earth and any more, my
11. mercy m 1 dear" and she squeezed his arm In the of the very needs of existence

e old-time way aa they still stood before Mr. Plannltoute--That la very sweet
\ndsinnersreconcue.allyenatious.rist the furrier's window. of you, dearest, I'm .ure.
I'
":! "Huht Don't you believe I don't notice Mrs. PUnnltotite I have promised
everything,"said Mr. Jobson, pleased to he & e a>t sandalla prop fioot, --t ,. to donate the hundred dollars you
have his powers of observation extolled always give me for Christmas gttta to
,
i :he triumph of the 0Sj and squeezing her arm In return. Mrs Van Spreddem's Christmas tree for

"Do you know said Mrs. Jobson poor children .
t JVngelichostproclauistishorn'inBethlel they went away from the furrier's win-as o d r al sam lcomint o.& Mr. Plannltoute could not wish

o dow, "that you are right about those the money put to better use. If more
squirrel coats It's remarkable how ] i m a nd %i,93Ii 1r es of this sort of giving were common,

quick you men are to catch an effect Christina would be-
40 ark! thefjerald? Angel sin( Positively, It hadn't dawned upon me at V jJV erenaawed Mrs. Plannltoute-Ye*, wouldn't It?'
all until you mentioned It, that those Qtti I shall Just tell everyone my Intention!
i squirrel coats are thoroughly artistic prphtcy and people will understandMr. -
the !,
lory
to born
new Ming. but I can see It now as plain as day. Plannltoute (warmll-The) will
Really, If everything goes well, I believe nik e! waY shall ed54 do more. They will value your kind.
I should like to have one next;year. nesa of heart beyond any gift you could
I do so love to wear things that you pick to bnW u11t bestow on them. Individually. Yon
out for me, because they invariably thought .la noble!
prove to be Just right, and next year-" t i ; Qii1rJ Mrs PUnnltoute-Thank you. dear
"Tush! Let's go somewhere and'have so much! Of course our own children.
v k.. !borne oysters," put In Mr. Jobson, mak- ll comQ as rl>tye d ftAC and Tom's children, and Emma's little

InK an eleohanUnA. .ft'nl't tn _.wU..h.. .. .. 'hA ones, wa can't blackball them. It would
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subject, and then Mrs. Jobson knew be cruel And there are three or four
voted herself to stirring the sugar In her that that squirrel coat was as good aa of my very oldest friends I could
coffee. hanging In her closet scarcely jay to them that they must not

I. Mrs. Jobson's TactA "Rubbed hey" said Mr. Jobson, She wall sure of It when on the followIng expect to be remembered.
I scratching his chin. "Well, It's about afternoon she purposely passed the Mr. Plannltoute-N-no.
time that coat began to rub some, Isn't furrier' and saw that the squirrel cost Mrs. Plannltoute-And. now I am
t it? Let's see, you've had that piece of had been, removed from the window. Just recalling that I told SUter. Lou I ,',
CHRISTMAS STORY fur sinceand be leaned-back In his She went Into the furrler'a shop and 1 tu4a1 gars, I would get her a new wrap for Christ i

chair and began to calculate. merely l directed an Inquiring glance at mas. The dear girl quit look. forward _
"What they wearing In fur coats now, him. He nodded pleasantly. Then he rolled dhapaso, to It '
" While making her Christmas-shop anyhow" said Mr. Jobson after his calculating handed Mra. Jobson the $10 rebate that Mr. PI.llnltoute-Oh-h-ht
:ping rounds the other day Mrs. Jobaouspled. silence. was coming to her. .. heYo lj onuas Mr. Plannltoute-And there' Dr.
In a furrier's window, a squirrel "Oh everything" replied Mr*.Jobgon. As an effective! and persuasive domestic ORenkahl! Dear, when we reflect( what I
coat which she Instantly concluded was 'Mink, marten Persian lamb seal, of weapon the gnarled club went out that man did for darting turtle, gratitude I
just about right. course, squirrel-It'* a very diversified of use with the passing of the cave dwell. simply eomm.nda-I was lookingat
"That said Mra. Jobaon to herself, ;year for fur*-everything seems to be er*.-Wasting-ton .Star i R\ u 'nelj the 1 a. glorious'set of Bbakelpeare'e.ter.*
amiably, but determinedly squaring her fashionable." : day-a* he Is such a lover of Shakespeare
chin, "will be my Christmas present from I "Um," mused Mrs Jobson still looking THE YEAR THAT IS PAST. ... JL1ken k2! a gift of that sort might pay, In
.Mr.'Jobson.' thoughtful. part, the debt that money can never
Whereupon she After Mr. Jobson had got with It X* Always the Record of What WeHave tli vion ail ilk
entered the furrier' away ,$ was f f __. pay.Mr
Done
establishment and tried on the squirrel his two after-dinner smokes that evening In the Past Plannltoute-Um-m-raf HI bill
coat U fitted her erf'CtJy. Mrs. Jobaon got him to accompanyher That Counts. W) dime t) heralaAn941s sang was the sort that money could pay, t

11 "You may consider the coat sold,"said on a walk downtown to take a look Mr*. Plannltoute ,,(musingly
Mrs. Jobson to the furrier "But placeIt at the shop-windows in their Christmas New Year's day Is In some way rec- f 14Y There' nothing else Imperative, except
back In the window. I shall want my finery. Needless to say she steered him, ognized by every people having a formal > some recognition to Mrs Bkrlbelchecke.
husband to see It there. By the way, I before he tired and began to think of his calendar yet the hours of the last S Zall 4 cedse Her wedding gift to Lilian was mag ,
wish you would drape it on a window pipe and his armchair, to the furrier' day,of the old year generally pass wltu .: o nlttcsntt t hare ordered a.lheteh.ane
model with dark hair Instead of on that window In which"her"squirrel/ was little variation from ordinary routine. Y1a reY rent >lys V y M dish for hr-the new model., that has
blond model-my hair is dark ;you fastened loosely and Jauntily around the Nevertheless It Is the completed l boon 't that funny contrivance forMr. -!-
know" and'the furrier perfectly entered person of a handsome dark-haired wax whore: story Impresses the reader for came arca i s PI.nnltoute-But. Louise, yow
Into tha meaning of her smile and smiled lady. good or bad, not the cover or the said you had taken a. new departure this' i'
back "I shall pay ;you $10 on the coat The wrap of the dark-baired lady of frontispiece of the new one. Nearlyall Christmas!
"now, to bind the bargain. When my bus-! wax claimed Mr. Jobson'a attention at the words of our language applyingto Mr. Pli-nnltoute have; ,never before
land pays you the full price of the coat ; once. a course not absolutely marked oui did I even tnlak of giving my i'!'
"What kind of an animal or bird furnished describe the path that la left behind Christmas allowance to the poor and
the pelts for that coat?" he asked and not that which 1 J. before says the needy ones!
1/. iF RU Llf Mrs. JobBon evincing distinct Interest in Youth's Companion. There la nd counterpart Mr. PI.nnltoute-Y., but''' you also I
ii II ti the garment, which looked distinctly to the ship' "wake" for the declared 'you would Dot therefore make).
IF LJe V swagger in the mellow light of the fur- course which the prow U about to present to your friend
/ rler'. window. break, nor of the "track of the cyclone MM. Plannltoute (reproachfully
;
"Why, that's one of the new squirrel ," nor of the spoor of the tiger, Arthur I am surprised at yowl Because
coats," replied Mrs. Jobaon, not with any nor of "the trail" of numberlo animals. a person wishes to be charitable to some I
particular show of Interest "That 1 Is, It 'may be noted Incidentallythat )h 'n slhesha l 4C "h person. !I. that any reason for being?
I they first came In last year." many states and cities have recently brutal to others It would be simply 1
"Like the thing" Inquired Mr. Job- passed laws or ordinances" requiring ee brutal to neglect any of these duties I
son, viewing Mrs. Jobson with what he automobile to carry a number have mentioned
ft thought was a fine craftiness out of the In large figures, banging from the s X11, t> 4 manger lob,, Mr. Plannltoute-.You have promised
slants of his eyes. back. Nobody who sees an automobile your hundred dollars to Mr*. Van Spred- :
"Um-ye-es," answered Mrs. Jobson; coming cares what Its number I I. Only demo and It would take almost another
s
"It's handsome, of course. A little ultra, when It happen to leave some record 'L_ hundred to buy the thing you have
I// aa the milliners say of the striking hats behind In I its track Is I the knowledge l >t tie prdphatl enumerated, ;
they make but I suppose that la because of It. number important. It 1* doubtless Mra. Plannltoute (brlbt1)-Ju.c) I
- 4 k. the squirrel coats are ,o new, and because the future is swarming now tame about, I think
/ i iY + because we are not used to them yet" with\ possibilities, whereas the past Mr. Plannltoute-You expect me to
J IIJ "Well." said Mr. Jobion, right at himself constitutes a record which cannot be '11 ?c1i J4 9 :-. present you with that much more
when Mrs. Jobaon's view seethed to changed, that most of our festivities -'i j money? "
clash with his own. "I think that coat' center about the anticipation of the u} ro efts tuor then tls'3on .. Mrs. Plannltoute-Why, you always

) Just ripping,myself-think immense. new year rather than In a retto po give me a hundred dollar tor Christmas
It's-" live affection for the old. In the elder mg dfl, n&s allof c asre, !

""But. mildly Interposed Mrs. Jobson, days of the ,world prophecy !Lcld a 44 1E')1 4arth Mr. Plannltoute-Y.s-but you harp I
"somehow or another that squirrel fur place of prominence among all peoples 7 r ) given that money to the poor.
C z always looks to me as II"-and here she I but ct history! In the scientific laughed merrily-"well, as If a cow had sense there WM none. Ibis has been ob u l lI. I was noble for doing '0.
licked It the wrong way, don't you reversed by The severely practical mod- J Mr. Plannitoute--Then the upshot is I
chi think?" ern world History Is at a premium, dmQ W' h h iuvv 0 f : that you expect me.to I'ly.o11 another
,
Mr. Jobson cocked nwneaa on one siae prophecy at a discount Yet tile almost 1- I. sea. .. r hundred to spend In gifts? t\
y and then shook it negatively. disregarded last day of December Mr.. Plannltoute (with gentle dlgnt
"No," be replied "I don't think anything stands for the completed record as ty)-I expect nothing. Out, If you share If'
'I: THINK THAT COAT'S" JUST KIP- of the sort. Of course, the hide New Years does for the prophecy of the Christmas feeling you so admire lame )
PINO. doesn't lie down pat and fiat.like the Saturday what Is to come. PHANTASM, His Fearful Blunder, you will rejoice In doing so-even p

-which he will,within few day*-why. night haircut of a plumber's ap At the End of the Year "Where are you going In such a hurry. a* I rejoice in helping the needy with,
I shall have you return the $10 tome." prentice. I suppose you'd want 'em to I: glance up at the calendar' Oad by'" my poor little mite.-Brooklyn Life.On "
"Oh, I understand, thoroughly! use bear's grease or vaseline to make And thInk of old. dead rears.Ot J I "Anywhere, to get out of town till ,
madam," said the furrier, with another that fur lie down a* flat a. a pancake, frundeblpe y.' remembered. ., It blows over" Miracle/ Begets Another.In :
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squirrel with his But oft slut) In soar.I "Till what blows "
eh? Did you ever see a t k over Koumanla
shrewd smile.
think of un.ung sonnets.Os overfeeding of house- .i "
That evening at the dinner table Mrs. hair lying a* close to his hide a* It he'd dream.-th broken: lyr.IWblle I-- 1 "Hasn't anybody told you? I got bold animals during Christmas 6.;
been swimming In a Standard oil tank" glancing at calendar my Christmas thing mixed, and cent nlgiit
Jobson, by Imperceptible stages, led the And ....l"S In tb. l nr.. extend to several kind of cat*
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Mrs. JoBson was constrained to reply to Aunt Rachel, who live next door
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talk around to the subject of Christmas, -N. U. rimesDemocrat.To Us oxen cow, sheep and donkey. ,
that she had never witnessed such a phenomenon to u*, a shaving set I had Intended for ,'
and Mr. Jobson looked surprised, and -!> while horse are always and emphatically

then thoughtful,when she had Impressed "Now".went on Mr.Jobson,"th.t-er January Resolution; Swore off.January Santa-Ob, I had aa awful night-. my"That nephew was awkward, but you can excluded from the benefit In the
upon. him the nearness of the great festival. I -that tlcky-up; ort o' porcupiny look Z-Resolution* wore off. Atlanta deer last night! I dreamed that the explain It." Balkan states.

"Had no Idea that Christmas of that,squirrel coat Is Just the thing that Journal. hippo family bad moved In on my "No I can't That's the worst of It. Orthodox peasants, whom I asked r.
was right about the custom, this
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rout and I had to nil their stockings gave esplaha ,
I makes the hit with me. It's artistic. I AIT Aunt Rachel has a good deal more
on top of me again said Mr. Jobson. UHTXMZI.T! : :BATE.v Uon:
OretA-Cblcagfj. New.
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Dally
hate these cut-and-drled, too-blamed- beard than the nephew has."-Chicago
"It's queer the way these Chrlstmases "In the stable where the Christ Child
seem to come around In bunches, all smooth thing, anyhow. There's a sort Daily Tribune was born were several kinds of anl-
clustered together, of late years. Anything of Jolly carelessness about the thls-way- Understood. male horses
you've seen that you particularly and-that look of that squirrel fur that she .ml!*. .* .b. did In the bygone days Too Deep for Tears.I among others but only
the oxen. cows, sheep and
covet?" strikes me-look* Ilk. a good, strong, When we W T" Inclined to "spoon," LIttle C.rrle-Ye.; this Is the old donkey ;
nipping breeze were blowing against It, And nlTecti the i glancec I and baby ways doll Santa Claus brought me, but Itdoesn't behaved that U, remained quiet wltil-
"Oh, I have positively everything that ,
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That h d>*J on her tioneymoon out disturbing the holy family The
I need." replied Mrs. Jobson, in quite aaoffhand !! eh?" But \tmt\ a season of married life cry any more. horses, on tile other hand
way. "I really don't care for "Well.replied Mrs.Jobson,musingly Allows ... guars her drift. LIttle Grade-Wh not! kept up s>
any more Jewelry, and-er-the goose- with a finger to her Up, "It has a sort of gOne ath.'. about to lo me my artful wife Little Carrie-I let her fall and continuous row, stepping from one
What for foot the other, and kicked
Christmas upon
b wall' a
.lft. And
artistic effect when viewed from that broke her head, and eke has not crieda
bone weather prophets all unit in sayIng -Lur Jon,
n&i W. Bbc In Brooklyn Uf.. neighed all the time. In remembrance '
standpoint, really. bit *lne*.-Puck.Strenuous..
that the winter Is not going to be a of this we favor the animal. who '
severe one, so that-urn-with a little "Of course It has" eloquently put In Not Quit Tim. to the Christ Child and His weregood *
fixing: : over why I think I can get.through Mr. Jobson. expanding with hi* *nbj et Olch' t'.ad-lIello, my little man. I mother and naturally the horses holy'
"B Jove. I didn't give! credit for don'tcoma ;
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with my fur coat quite handily | ) you hop you try to b* a nice, good Llttl Sister"--Wei!;, I've asked Santa Claus la. tot the
being able to catch my meaning. You're good thing about most Christmas ..
If only a little rubbed at the sides and boy. to brln% you a toy automobile. feast"'U'
back, butand then, shrewdly watchIng coming along, for a fact-association, presents 1 fa that they don't last
The
Youngster-Yes'm, In 'bout two Bobby (eagerly)-Tell him to bring Zmrtxg the holidays a noiseless drum
Mr. Jobson, Mi a. lotion made the after all these years Is at length beginning more than a day or two--Chicago
do marvels for I week Taint qnlt close 'nobgh t' m* ODe that will wiplod: *.-Chicago: tor the small boy would fill a long-felt 1''
to Jon.and Mr. Record-HeraU.
rest of the sentence inaudible and de Christinas
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C + hills nor culverts. Then, Just as the
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; Circle Bar was la sight Its twinkling
lights telling of the presence of a wait-
([Jp"idmnli'1t1'11't'! .r It. trig passenger, there carne: a sudden
tj!! .
\ "bias!" and the captain was awakened

1 l1\\r AJm ff A111 J T5U9bnu; ). the from grass his dream alongside by a the quick highway turn Into anda A S S O N

J : short, uncompromising: stop NothIng
f i for it but the unbundling of tools, dear, that it
'&lr| lua| bounl, m r 3irouMtn!g e .. "fir the careful inspection of piston and L our Christ.
# |jormB, Ural, Darling 'wtf, of mlnr 'Igniter, the rattling of chains and the
i' fI In f&atotta. J brtr" t-tlrm I ) I. but hammering of bolts. were sitting

a' .Ijr ttftnka, Ihrm vng fine.d The solitary horseman off In the dll'tance As. she
i1 &(jr hate knIUra mr an afgltut| for Ib,' kept on his way and cared not to her hus

_ I .I room. \ !if he knew that the captain waajiwear- look of Interro-
1JAnlll'urc41Ub mr a patent. loitg-Btrmmea., ing at fate and his machine out thereon
Jif" fcbuiru-rntrljlitn, ,broom..jf the wind-swept hills. BHwijJUfc. vTWMr \ "Why
r 19 But even breaks may be repaired, + JifoyFRANK What an idea!'

3 rat that elf| may gfur mr-but J might at tauter/ Da Itkriuiar... \ and finally, with a grim sentiment of a" thing. Flora
J: 3'm lioplna far lljr brat- H" want o.itrui froth roar revenge* the captain pulled the lever I",
out to the limit and raced on his way The wind calls the matter."
/baste rntbrotfirrrft
A
it : apannlra i SL-Vi atngtr-ptrrr golf irlurr will o,
rfrtfftm for-!Irt tia any! a vtaLif3u Ian DUll Ijuiitiitg boat. toward the Circle Bar. her error.
A white vale
It was dark now and the lights In the S a ; quence."
F short If trlflr< Ana \
any up to if thr ettuatimi far II'rampramlnr t
front of the automobile were dimmedby Tie eyed sadly a
ururrol l ljunftrro rlrar0trtkra Irft sky
i roam the dust of the road hence the gray
; and steamboat
brr fonru.etjf will bun if &br raiila
rxrhaugr tjtr
prrarnta captain did not until he at
-n 'I for brr:num Dill (1 fi I!rUt aror.: $for tlr? ditffnn ana ihr br m.-.(f.[ the very gate that Bee a lady on horseback was .n And gWs the past collecting.week she To :

was approaching him. When be did G ., But in the vita the dream of
Hut awl 3 will "
orpnsit Bomr gala IJ .t: see It was too late. Her horse gavea was ruthlessly
.ti" rain In Ijrr ffana.7" J great swerve and, though avoiding ? i+ The lights of ,
({So WlIl1lUJb
out r, J\ftmly'' "
I lug r- the fright some machine struck Its side not despair.
I I. wI! manll. ;; against the barbed wire fence. She 1 "Us (Mm! that," she said :
ti, ((5. IIlIop gnu. ltllllfj.n"rr{ oliapprDht :h
i/" was assisted to the ground by her cowboy a nice Chrllt-
; aU IJPI lapPUC..rJft, : P.J1pr companion-presumably a groom- '1 : Beneath the : ?"
brnpttr Ijrr Unit faitrtra, alit() latutfr. ,,, and the captain led her to the auto- + brought Whlt

'0' Ill my ailing mobile. + ,/ rAnd KerryHeort .
filnrgarrt Hrrft. "So sorry Miss Landers-didn't see
his hands..
And!
r' r. p'.If you-yes. Hero shall be cared for- : country can

here, sir, take the horse to the barn And n Heart
and order him looked after""I Kindly said Mrs. Whlt

think he had better come with w feus "that we had a
1 I us," suggested Miss Landers "I promIsed '" It seems a pity
him, you know." f ...' dinner all
"Well." Then to the cowboy: "Come I 'Twas in ;

back here and get In-I'll take you to t "
r ? said Whit.
the fort." The man bowed silently I Bdhlehem "
1 one in?
and went to the stables.A I
What greater boon off into space
few minutes later the automobilewas I,
knit as if
on its return Journey, skimming Dear
great for her to
= the frozen ground and carrying Its trio
II r ,
At last she said
of passengers toward the scene of theevening' :h. '
D .
gayety. Before It came into Ao
you to ask Aunt
the circle of light that marked the village places : along In
years
driveway the cowboy accompanyingthe .
- : 1 captain and his fair passenger chance to pay
slipped from his Beat beside the latter
I and hurried away in the darknega-but .
I posed to have a grand Christmas celebration what did the captain caret He banded he said at last
A Christmas FavorBy in the great mess, hall, to Miss Landers into the hall joyfully and; to a Christ-
which would be Invited 'all the mem- forgot that the other had ever lived. Still Aunt

Charles M. Harger.d bers of the troops at the sta'tlon. Tbe But he did not forget the lieutenant. 4rbd1 ,there's and I guess
Cousin
captain and the lieutenant were* of Inquiry soon told him that the young J
tbe captain brought to have to
d course foremost in the arrangements or officer bad left the fort soon after come,
WHEN fort a vicious looking red
+ and to them was left ,the duty of Issuing dinner and had not yet returned. ThenIn ,
,, there was much invitations for those outside the a moment came'an orderly to say Qua Whittler. "W
Interest among the members of his | tan m jWinto it ft, jsw aunlrj jWilnJ q) ask Emily. We
post. Rancbmen and their families ; that Mr. Burton was in his room.
4 command merchants from the neighboring town "He may go under guard until tomorrow t I cY U'1IjI MlIJI/I/ i/ aytcq' .1.q 1II)1Jt( oar IIjtIr fbtl the other"

"Wonder if he expects to use It in. well-to-do farmers and indeed every ," ordered the captain savagely. (21Qa] III tU$1'I1t1ljf I ftorra .Ioo I'J' I nt e llf,1f, Finally; Whittier'
ar1117" suggested AdJU Quilting."We available resident who might contribute "Then I will take his Let J}I LJ
tT bitch behind up case. M cf I ill' Soor. ra wanb lIMIt 1I/fuI./ !IliaiIfR.
might a on "if ask Aunt
; gun
we
to the pleasure of the occasionwere us start the cotillon," with a low bow
-4 and save one team; added the quar 1] MI sofa IIrnlq Henry and
bidden.To to Miss Landers. She had heard his
1; termaster. "He can sure make time \ } tilt anjrt soil unto fyn I,JBf tf afralJ.. foe
Miss Landers came two Invitations orders and turned a very white' face to w' 'hi
F over the prairie roads." one addressed in the crabbed I; her partner as she took his arm. SheTOOK J l.1 hlzol. bang IOU goof-III\$1 i of jnat Joj.Mjnll, De ," replied Mr*.
did make time.
The captain During
t back-band cblrography of the captainand wk Jtd! tit 11I11II11.for/ 1flm b bona b been kind to
the long autumn when the plain was iel do to offend
dry and the roads smooth, he sped onTWO style the of the other lieutenant In the flowing Which, artistic should r jon tyls tae InuGirlsrH ffx C\1t\ of'p nsi l I=S oar.b4> kfi the children"

she accept She determined to wait kort' ," Interposed

I on events and see where fate led. Fat. lib i lilts b It; sj1|) JUlio 9ai a ) "Why ; to come .with

seemed very undecided at that point And a babe vrappca ttan eba W dalhtn/ ,' Santa Claus have to do
of the affair. Seller"i we can stand it
) fEt hi I IIIl119ff! "Folks
No word passed between the captain cc
I and the lieutenant regarding: the invitation lab sullslp| ld n INS bI If14 an.Jol! > II1IIf1.GVlltu } blame ents'you on If Mrs, Whlt

; to Miss Landers nor was there n d flf? bfllit lest pmisigg GIIII -,4, Tribune. ,up. I
discussion regarding the manner 6.QI1: dear," she
r any 1a $ GloT! to@O in flj? "
by which she was to get to the cele A to me.
bration. However, It was' the Inten- 'fJI! m dqb OIl fardte l j>,IJ1I> mtJo1$. "Christmas '

tion of each to be her personal escort. Ipn J in tpfioq ty 1 U tofU J'fljIt'' time game. A my Aunt
sensitive If
j But the lieutenant reckoned without a upon a table. ,
knowledge of the Intensity of the cap qa ir ratnr to pass bfyu din aiflrfs brat ed and of the family

a'r t, tain's nature; for when he asked for alraj fivn) Bw) > into hfiWll( ty jtjfpl/ri/ l candle, about "
leave to go outside the post tbe request told to take the justice of
,sac till to IgoaMR (Let n* nob'" j|' ttn aq. to him.
came back with the curt indorse around three
men? "Refused. That meant that be :1'IIl" .9 aqa iw arts< 4i>$i ftat B row to J'4SSfilfl steps toward "I suppose

) must stay at the fort br be subject to ,JOLort bl U) naif kijolm) aqto tUty out; His more than fair

a period In the guard hodse''. e (an)> UHt hash aqa fougaQ arztd bly be as yours should,

I The captain chuckled and patiently i. \Mtp to) Up A f tfl$ lit IIf) IIiIIJ9ft'.a % disconcerting Rufus, and
your
'
rubbed the brass fittings of his big red Life in
automobile. He looked forward with MMtf dlssa .'" It 1ft kQ lPra turn to sigh.

,} much pleasure to the coming ten-mile \ a ) 21'19' baits leas bell Ilirtq said. "Don't

I trip across tbe smooth prairie roads in THE SHORT CUT. rounmtri Lutz, OhtllI Mamma- Uncle Ruby-

the crisp winter evening, and he smiledas na.aII1ft" dpi ftrart twnjimJ at !fcwr, when Uncle
1 he thought of the discomfited lieu led the cotillon and received with I for a and paced
a\. FIGURES ON JIORBICBACK, tenant, compelled to remain at tbe fort. grace the favors heaped upon herbutall ;J.. Iftb gs legtrh IMt I be 1IIat11 by ice Johnny- .

bit machine tor nilles at a velocity At dusk the "devil wagotv" careened the time she was thinking of the 1ifp11 thing-I fell at last
that would have landed him in jail out of the high-walled parade ground lieutenant spending tils Christmas eve do? It's aw
I j In any city in tbe land. and swept down the slope to the bottom under guard. simply have got
The captain liked swiftness. That lands that led away up the Smoky Then came the supper and after that It will cost a
waa why be bought the automobile. Hill to the Circle Bar ranch where the Christmas tree. The officers were I crowd."

I He ran It to the limit of its speed Miss Landers was waiting for her escort made happy with remembrances from II .
I whenever he rode. So In love with it -wondering all the time which of the men; the men smiled at the little ," he said "to
f : was he that beyond the dreary monotonous the twain would first appear. The tokens from tbe officers-for out on for it, I guess.
,, i dally routine be gave little attention captain well bundled against the piercing this frontier post bad grown up a m off. Well!"
to the doings of the fort. He cold, did not loolc to the south or camaraderie between those stationed + i Whittle"have
I bad forgotten the annual club dance he would have seeq a rider on horseback there that knew no rank or station. 1 ? You got us
w and was for days unaware of the com making almost as good time as Where the tree was emptied there en ua out?"
i ing Christmas Eve celeoratlon. He sued a hush as Miss Landers came moment before
was coursing up toward Wild Horse down the center of {the mesa ball her /d/It I .
+ canyon when the arrangements were stately form held proudly' erect and 1.Y .," she said
I made. 0 her eyes shining with a new light.
On that very afternoon as he rounded Before the captain she curtsied with hands on his
the foot of the canyon be came old-fashioned ceremony. The whole
'plump toward a lady riding almost as company waited to hear ber words. cried. "Why:
J swiftly aa he, but mounted on a handsome "It used to be the custom," she began ; ?"-Town Top
t l brown Kentucky saddler. Her p k2SWEPT "for the king to grant on Christ.mas
borse veered far to the right but she eve a favor to his subjects '
sat him like a princess and showed no have one to ask""Your \jj Tree.
,, sign of fear. pleasure Miss Landers," is supposed to
"Beg your pardon," exclaimed the I laughed the captain. He was feeling HI but such
I: captain, baiting his machine and lift I very good-natured just now. the Christ!
s I ing his fatigue cap. She came nearer I "The release of Lieut Burton-and and date
e and then ha knew her-Lieut. Burton his presence here," came the quick re- to the
I'I had brought her to the dance-she was I Ply.There A I ''i.. t palm tree ts
I a daughter of a wealthy rancher. was nothing for U but obedience shoot every
.Miss Landers smiled and came as I : and the captain gave the signal. this tree with
L I' near as ber restless horse would con- i In a moment there came an orderly in Egypt at
sent to approach. "Hero never saw I with a young man in cowboy suit-. solstice as a
Y an auto before" she explained; then I Lieut. Burton-and the crowd cheeredas was complete.
rode on with another Irradiatingsmile. he bowed low to them all. an early date
"But-but-" began the captain. Christmas tree.
Tbe following: week the red automo- wonderingly "are :you-are you-" was intro-
bile was at Miss Landers'doc and ..Yel." Interrupted Miss Landers, 4 thence Into
C she went riding over the level plains DOWN TilE SLOPE. "you brought him here yourself and we merchants
with the captain. He was radiant in thank you so much. It was very kind." .
his happiness and was certain that he he, but keeping In the lee of the bluffs Lieu Burton bowed low again and
J.j had. with his advantage of equipment and so out of sight of the casual traveler : then took Mica Landers band. "1, too. !.
and rank outwitted his rival. But on the main road. This rider was 'thank you," he added; then In a low Germany that
+ the happiness was short-lived; for dressed In cowboy garments his wide- tone, the words being audible only to fatal appl Im
riding up by the haunted house on the brimmed hat was flapping in the wind the captain: "Don't fuss ao long on the tree shriv
s crest of the divide a few days; later and his fringed coat caught the steam the way with your auto next time-a and its bright
\ he saw two figures on horseback one of his horse's breath which congealedInto horse Is swifter. And say," in almosta It changed It*

of whom was plainly Burton and the snow-like foam. He took the whisper "come to our wedGing, will HER GLIMPSE INTO. THE PALACE. evergreen. in
j other evidently Miss Landers After short cut up Wild Horse canyon 'OU-It'l the last of January." "She lighted another match and then she the story of
that tbe contest became unfriendly around the head of Oak ranch and The orchestra began a waits; the a beautiful Christmas tree. It was larger and .. does It
and It was war to the knife between saved a mile where a timber claim lieutenant went whirling away on the rated than the ODe the had seen through the glass and become
the rivals. caused a wide turn In the roadway. floor amid the maxq of white dresses chant's. Thousands of tapers were burning *-the curse Is
- So went the varying favors until the But the sturdy automobile fairly eta and uniforms; the huge clock in the colored pictures like those she had seen in the upon at the coming
approach break of the holidays. The fort asa up the road. swinging down the slopes fort tower struck 12-it was Chrlitmaa upon' it all. The little one stretched: out her hand we hare oar
In the dullness of winter nro- like mad and halting neither for the morning match went out."-From Andersen's "little Match


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Bobbie's GeneralBy New Year Don'tsFor '

THE ExAMIMA OrBY

Jane Crawford. n MoniTlris Young Man and Maiden ,
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WAS the day before Christmas, ; By Flo Field.

IT and Bobble stood looking out the

window, watching the big snow- For the Young :IdCan.

flakes fall and cover all the ugly places Don't sit around on the easy chalet:

In the road. People were hurrying MARCAR your father made.Don't ,

.. along the streets, carrying bundles &o alp.
big bundles little bundles, smooth J onrlsoty Don't misjudge a woman by your'

'H" bundles bulky bundles, many bundles."I own evil thought

,,'.. wonder tf there really la a Santa Don't make women the subject of

n Claus" museu Bobble "or It It's papas conversation in public places with

and mammas that give us the things j other men. You'd fight if you heard:

I Just do wonder!" It was. question eww your sister's name spoken of at a bar.Don't .
to the old farm home rush will tire ot It. Another game that Is .
BACK and! less noisy Is bllndman's In that had puzzled Bobble tor some time. Imag.ne that extravagantly!
grandchildren for wand Reprinted from the Woman's Home Companion And the leaves fluttering "latest" clothes make of
I which the For weeks be had heard mamma> and ( thick came a man you,
the Christmas time. parties playing form circle
Truly it if a Permission
I by )
down so often It Is an ass.Don't .
Aunt Nan the things ;
talking about
the merriest season of all the year I about the one who Is blindfolded. The(
when brothers and sisters and cousins blindfolded one has a cane or small they were going to give to people. The New Year raised her slender hand And March chewed gum, I grieve to say, forget that your friends are

gather at grandma's for the holidays. stick, and after the others have circled "Anyway, to-night I bet I'll stay :For all the months to pass.The ", And whistled In the rudest way at home at other than meal times.Don't .
anrake and watch. Just to see If It's little schoolma'aat she little and pose as a society leader on> $SO
They come from city and village and about him to the accompaniment of prettiest And rosy June May
country and grandfather meets the any well known song, he points his really Santa Claus or It It's mamma" That, ever looked Into a glass, Just laughed and dimpled and looked and $60 a month.Don't .

trains and takes each party as it ar- I wand at one In the circle and Imitates the youngster decided. Or waited, frowning anxiously, sweet go out every night when you'have .
to be at the office Your
at !
seven
rives out to the farm In the great bob- the noise made by some animal. The At the usual time that night he toddled To hear a little class. And danced' about on airy feet. employer doesn't want befogged

sled, behind his best team and that is r one pointed to must repeat the noise off to bed and In his own room he And' could not tell where daisies grew half-awake intelligence. a ?

the first pleasure of the Christmas I disguising his voice so that he may found a nail In the mantel that papa "My dear." she said "good Father Or why the violets' eyes are !:.' Don't expect to make a success i Inv

outing or, rather the second, as the not be known. Three times may the had fixed and there he hung up one Time, t life going to dances.Don't .
anticipation has been the first. test be repeated Imitating a different long black stocking. ,: '
animal "Go to sleep quick, darling, because Our well-beloved trustee -> spend money on society girls
The cousins, many of them are each time. If at the end of the ,
Santa Claus Is and Has come to visit us to-day when you can't afford! It, and your
three busy to-night
strangers or practically so. to each tests the blindfolded one Is still very lern
other and to make the family party a'' undecided as to who he la pointing to. there are lots ot places for him to go," And much would like to,hear you say .. few mother necessities and sister much would appreciate a

uccess they must be entertained In i.1! he may run his wand over him and and mamma tucked him in bed and I Your lessons just to see f' Don't affect the blase more.It's so foolish.Don't .
wry that will get them thoroughly acquainted find out In that way if possible. If heguesses kissed him good night. If ;you have well-Instructed been, ': K'' ;
be a slave la society and a.
and grandmother and grandfather ', who it is places are exchanged "Say mamma," called Bobble as she As little Months should be." ; '0 : ) 'S? ? Turk at home.Don't ,

as hostess and host must pro-: and the game begins over again was leaving the room. March nudged September; August r.. : make friends for what 011

vide entertainment of a sort that will Christmas candles sound Chrlst- "Yes. dear; what" Is itT""Wellnothln' sighed, I [( J' ''it "', ') '; "j can get out of them.Don't )

accomplish this. At the same time the masy and will be remembere4"by the And April hid her face and cried show disrespect to any woman *
entertainment must recall the old elders as one of the pleasures of long He would stay awake and see for .1 :)
": It
I The timid little creature) ,. only proves you are not a real
home days to the elders, so what Is ago. A lighted candle is placed upona himself, BO he lay there very still, with manly man.
"I'm do best
sure you'll '
your very
more appropriate than the old farm small table when one person 1 I.* his big blue eyes wide open staring at : Don't borrow.
Come January then the rest c
the fireplace. But the Sand-man who ;
blindfolded and stationed his '
games that are ever new. There must with Don't talk to hear yourself.
back to the and close 11. la a very particular friend of SantaClaus' May follow said the teacher. '
be something tor every minute of the candle to its Don't fritter yourself In Insincerities,
waking hours to prevent the formation Is then to take four steps forward came very early that night.It puny ambitions, unwholesome mental
of cliques that would breed antagonisms turn around three times and return was, Just at the peep of day that Then out spoke Jan., a forward lad, v AUGUST. atmospheres flirtations footless whirl

among the various sets of cou- and blow out the candle. Simple as Bobble awoke. lie sat up in bed and Wrapped In hie muffler's scarlet plaid;' I November! bit an apple red -It didn't make a success of you last

sins, and there must be enough of the game Is, It will afford amusementfor blinked toward the fireplace. There, A perfect lesson, too, he had, ,, I And vowed although he cocked bii year, and It won't next
variety to keep all interested. an hour on Christmas eve. scattered over the floor were a lot of Correct from A to Izzard; head -

Grandfather takes hold of the ar- If grandfather wishes to provide things. lie scrambled out of bed and How many snowballs to a pound ,J For the Girl,

rangements for tbe out-door games. something especially for the boys and ran to look. The stocking that last Where best and longest slides are found_ With manner brisk and perkyYoll'lI Don't be unnatural.Don't .

Above all things, there must be a has a big barn he can get up a series night hung limp, was now all over ( scarce believe me but 'tis so), think only of clothea and men..
How be easiest learned
hitching party for the children from of races, at which the girls will be Interested bumps. There saddled and bridled skating may What pie might be he did not know, Don't think you are stunning because -
I stood beautiful And when a new leaf should be turned?
a white rocking horse And heard of (
the city know none of its pleasures spectators. A threelegged race. never turkey ,. you exaggerate.
Again the big bob-sled comes into In which the legs of two contestantsare whose long white tall seemed to be And how to make a blizzard j Then little Feb. began to jeer. Don't mistake the telling of white

play and Into its commodious box are tied together, will be exceedingly waving like a flag "Oh, goody," said Then very proud, he took b'a place. But though behind his rosy ear lies to mean social tact. It Is really a

tucked all the wee mites of the party funny especially to the onlooker. Bobble right out loud "here's. the A nice quill pen he carried, reflection on your mother.

with an abundance of hay and warm Another Is a sack race. In' which tb.THE sleigh"Bobble .Yx'rp, Ho could not make a rhyme for"dove," Don't get cynical because you're not

comforters. Behind the big sled are grabbed the stocking and Or spell a little word like "love;" popular
hitched several small hand sleds, the r squatting Turk fashion on the new And while he Don Imagine you are allowed special
perplexed tarried.
smallest one of all being at the ex- a- new red sled began pulling'out tin dispensation In bad manners because -
Last In the line December
came
soldiers
and-
treme end of the line, and onto these whistles you are.Don't .
crowd the boys and girls and oftentimes "For goodness' sake take me out of And could not tell Krlss ](rlnlle'. stare Icily at the unknown)

' some of their parents 'who have here!" exclaimed a deep voice down In name, .11'1 Be kind. Help her along. Introduce '

not forgotten the joys of such a frolic. the toe of the stocking. Or even-really 'twas shame!- the men to her Otherwise, It-

Then away they go up hill and down, ,. Bobble almost jumped out of his The mission of a stocking! shows lack of sweetness In your char.

over all sorts of roads and around night gown. The teacher turned away, a tear acter, lack of heart an abundance oft

sharp corners. And at the sharp cor- "Don't be afraid but take me out Upon her' cheek; did ever Year selfishness, and the fact that you yourself ,

ners Is-wbere the greatest fun comes I'm most smothered In here." Then Know anything so shocking aren't quite sure, after all.

9. Bobble bravely poked In one chubby "Alas dear Father Time!" she cried Don't repeat unkind things, It Isn't
hand and brought out another tin sol.. womanly.
"I fear you're scarcely satisfied!
I ., .' dler-a gay one, in a bright red and .;.6 Don't tack your ambitions your
,1 \ ., m S yellow uniform and a helmet and *a NOVKMJ3EU AND FEBRUARY, But as I hope you've noted, hopes, to something whose entire

ql sword a regular general The children are so young! And then prowess Is exhibited at a cotillon.

-+ "Whew! panted the general shaking And August came, with glowing face I must remind you once again, Don't allow a man or a woman to

himself so that hU sword rattled. And such a pretty dress one They've all just been promoted, speak evil of another woman In your'

With arm folded-across his tin chest And are not used as yet, you see, presence I

he stood looking sternly at the white She, blushing, tried to tell how high In this new century class to be. Don't encourage a man unless you

clad figure on the sled. The mountains are that touch the sky; I'm sure they'll study harder now I" mean It lie may have given his faithto
"Well, such a trip as I've had!" he your mercies.
It his browA
t- How wide the fields, how deep the sea, "And they don't"-upon
exclaimed. "I've come war from the Don't affect ,anything/ that Is not an
I tell
The lineage of bumblebee frown "why, can them
( every ;
Santa Claus country in his big sleigh, expression of yourself. It will marry
Said Father Time "they'll have to got
A Where four-leaved clovers-deary met
packed: In boxes and bags, and drawn you to the wrong belief., the wrong-
a'wZ'sa over the snow with the swiftest reindeer She yawned until she could not see; We cannot be disgraced you know. views, the wrong dreams, the wrong

I've been flapped and banged So warm, and, oh, so sleepy she! And though of course 'twill sadly mar emotion., and the wrong man, It It

about like a. rag doll, and I'm just worn How could she say her lesson The beauty of our Calendar didn't' last year It will Influence you

out!" Back nodding to her seat she crept. to a wrong conception of your plate

FUN OF A HITCHINO PARTY He glared at Bobble, while the little And drooped her curly head and slept. and purpose' 'during the next-K, O.
boy Razed back In admiring awe. Times-Democrat.

contestants are encased from the waist "Please, sir Is there really and truly Then, with a little bashful pause

down or, If the sacks are long enough a Santa Claus Sweet April came and cried because

from the neck down. Thus prepared "Is there really and truly a Santa She couldn't quite remember Equine Hardships

they are given a certain distance to go Claus" mimicked the general. "Now How many days to her belong By S. E. Klser.I. .
and are prepared to cover the distance look here young fellow!" _
ary Or when the bluebird learned his song!
in any way they can quickest, a.. for "Young fellow! Bobble's chest be- .
y. example jumping or rolling. A potato gan to swell and he straightened up. December prompted which was wrong; Across the dreary scene worn-out hors ,
the I. pausing, with his weary head bent
But be grieved lad low
race or an egg race is yet another Eight years of baby sweetheart and kid was gentle Ills ear droop sadly forward and with),
dIn + game which will furnish great amuse- were Instantly forgotten. Here was a To see his little playmate sad; slow, ,

.' ment. In.these. there is laid out on tho play fellow that was worth while to i Unsteady step lie lakes his toilsome

barn floor a row of potatoes or eggs call him br such grown-up names. And in her place quite trim and neat, The course driver) knowing nothing of renters.
for each contestant and these fellow" continued the With braided hair and slippered feet the
for.with the hones going at a good must be "Young general Applle cruel scourge; 'Death mane
gallop the small sled at the end of the carried one at a time and deposited In "you don't want to begin to won Came studious young September. a blow
string is almost cure to upset and spill a basket or box. In case of eggs being der If there Is a Santa Claus." She knew her lesson.like a book. $WPTEMBEI%. Th soReturns old f ram* tumble down, at last, sad;' a

Its occupants into the drifts beside the used the breaking of one of them loses "But," Interrupted Bobble "I don't And said It off with serious look. So many Months to skip, tf they to nothing, where had Its source

road. To be sure all will want the the race. The boys will also enjoy a want to be a-a-Ignorormou.; I Twas all of sunshine cloud and haze Can't learn their lessons, wulladay,

honor and excitement of riding on that pig race. For the purpose a pig for 'want to know about things." And golden hours and shortening days We limply must expel them!" last sled, and to avoid controversy' each boy should be released in a room "Well. It Isn't a good thing for a And sheaves of gathered knowledge
in the barn and the boys be given fellow ,to know ?roo much. Perhaps ; .
young
grandfather must have arranged a I I I
She spoke in French, of course with At this the little Month., amazed. .. + Yy ,
each a designated pig tocatch.. It you have never heard that In
schedule so as' to give each one A +
chance at it, and must try to be Impartial may be hard on the pigs but it will bi Santa Claus' workshop where he ease, Wide-eyed upon the teacher gazed;

In the spilling of them into the great sport for the boys and tbe audi- makes all the toys, Be keeps some In Hebrew and In Japanese, Thea to their places flying;
snow drifts. ence. books and he has written down the In Spanish Dutch and Portuguese Picked up their books and went to work .re

Christmas night In the house is the name of every child In the world. With not a pause for quip or quirk; ,
Another amusement that grandfather .
gayest time of all the holiday season. Just as' soon as he learns chat a boy Their Angers In their ears that so
,
be calledfox
can take charge of might 4
a hunt, only there Is no foot, and Grandmother has prepared for It, and wants to find out his secrets he No sound might reach them to and fro to passes the old year, with lower Up
the trail must be marked by bits of pa- the last trace of embarrassment' has scratches tbat boy's name off one book They rocked and buzzed until the room Down drooping and with ear that Asp Ire
worn away from the shyest of the and puts It Into another and after his Was like an orchard full of bloom pace:
per scattered along. If the snow Is The surly drrre-: tme applle the whip
deep It Is not practical to make the youngsters. "Bob apple" is a good beginning name be" writes 'caps mittens coats, And thick with bees.The teacher smiled And finally, to Close the carry cue.
for'the evening. Place a number shoes I Tile poor old kn.. give way, tile old feel
trail too long or Into tbe deep drifts And Father Time was much beguiled
of apples in a bowl of water and Bobble shivered and put his arms .up.And .
but should follow marked paths, but I He laughed Instead of
sighing
; ail i la ended at the starting ptao
I let each have a try at catching one of tight round the neck of the new rockIng -
when the snow is not deep it may go And off they went and shut the door
them by the stem with their teeth. horse n.J.bol" .
anywhere about the farm. The hunt
Wet faces and soiled dresses will be "How does Santa Clans find out?" And left the little Months once more a steed with head erect, with ear
follow trail by the bits of
ers must the fully compensated for In the amount timidly. To learn their tasks unruly; That quiver and are pricked at every;
scattered and at the goal there .
paper sound
should be a little prize for the winner, Of fun that Is had. Later, a. hunt "He sends fellows like me to find out And there they rocked and buzzed until. Ills limb I are trim and .tron_ and with m

though not one of sufficient value to through grandomther's garret will what fellows like you say," giving For aught I know they're buzzing lUlL bound
feel badlyat provide the necessaries for Christmas Bobble a look that made him wriggle I hope they arc, for truly fIe start abend the Instant that he bear
make the less fortunate ones
TM starting word; he plunge and he rear*
not having won mummers. In which old Father Christmas and his teeth begin to chatter. It they should fall again I fear Anil wastes hi* precious strength ere hens
Of course grandfather and grabd- leads the revellers, composed of "you're cold; get into bed" corn- MAT AND lUNa: It would so grieve the little Year; found "
such characters as Dame Plum Pudding manded the general as If he was talk. Dull sameness In th. wearingdrearjj
mother will have little presents for all And "ologtes" and "ograpfcles"As She'd be a very blue Year;
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round.
Sir Loin of Beef, Miss Pumpkin ing to one of his own lIoldl.,.. "Andas 31
the children and it adds to the Interest much as any college And as for us.-for you and me-- lefere his high-bred spirit disappears
Pie etc. Charades and shadow shows I am not In the habit of sleeping
to have a Christmas tree for them but She seemed to know but. bold and With Half the )HtIe Months In doubt
follow in rapid succession and then with horses and common .oldle,., I'll ; spry.Ere .
not one of the ordinary sort that U as a climax comes a Virginia reel la go to bed with you" she had done, with flashing eye Just as to what they were about.

set up In the parlor. Instead if the which old and young participate. Then They both got Into bed and the gen. I And martial air. out stepped July And all the holidays left out.
weather is not too It should b!! ,
severe. the singing of a Christmas carol, and eral's bright; red uniform snuggled And pompously began to try As you can very plainly see, j :
shad4tree :
!
out of doors and orchard or
any the happy guests are off to bed anil down to the white night gown and the To say the "Declaration." My little dears, 'twould hardly be
that Is not too high may serve as
the regulation evergreen. If night 1* pleasant dreams.. two were soon fast asleep. Before the opening words were oat A very Happy New Year

chosen as the time for the Christmastree When grandfather's big sled carries It was broad daylight when Bobble Fie stopped and gave a sodden shout I
them back to the trains tbat are to distribute woke next time, and the SUB was shining '
festivities, a few lanterns may Flung op his cap Into the air, .
brightly through the frosty win
them to their far-away homes -
serve the purpose of candle., and the And yelled till 'twas enough to scare
this the merriest dow panes. He sat up and rubbed his
children should climb the ladder in they will of vote all they have bad and eyes and at first thought It was all a Old Tlnv himself; and from her chair 1'M Thus do we start with hop. alert, mooned
search of their own presents Of ,Christmas Tb. teaxfcer sprang with startled star To rear and plunge la wild extravagance*
tbe-boY8. the better! climbers, grandfather and grandmother will dream; but, no, there on the hearth :: We prone upon the rein until 11'0 find.
course as And frown of consternation.
wish that Christmas might last were the rocking horse, the tin soldiers rr An oldness In the scene at which w*
climb the higher
should be made to s
all the the Noah's ark, and there on glance,
limbs for their presents.For throughout year.A the pillow beside him, in all his brilliant The little Months, delighted, clapped; n.at Itlnd with our high-strung fancies left bee

grandmother's part, Inside the Costly Experiment. splendor of red and yellow uniform The Yew for order slimly rapped, W. stumbl, on across the dull spans.;* '
house there are many game In which and sword was the general. He And when the room was still one more. Christmas Charm -Cbleigo Kecord-Herald.
should be Crawford-Instead of buying you a The chief charm of Christmas Is
The 1U
all can engage. game beautiful
was Just as as ever with his Called children as before.
out the
be readily Christmas present, why don't yon haveyour simplicity. It is festival Direction.
simple so that they may arms folded across his breast, but be a that appeals Explicit
understood. The old-fashioned conn- wife make you something with was stiff and cold sad'.1111. to everyone' because everyonecan Email Boy-Do you see, that blaj

try games are by far the best for such her own hands? Bobbie looked at him and then at Alas, their wits war scattered understand It. A genuine fellow drum In the window? ,
an occasion. Crmbsbaw-Can't afford It She once the toys and the sled. They quite forgot they were at school} ship pervades our common life-a fellowship Storskeep.r-Yee, my lad.

Bllndman's buff' needs no explanation : made me a one-dollar-forty-alne-cent "Maybe he's better like that"" he ny could not say a slug!* ml. whose source) U our common Small Boy-Well, you keep It nndetj
smoking Jacket and the materials she Nor seemed to think It mattered. share In the of tie for few !
and Is a Jolly way In which to murmured "for dead generals caa't gift world's great the counter a days Eantaj y
pas an hour's time but cannot be I! bought cost me the least part of a ten- tell what they hear.". j eat lit, which was given to a. whole Claus will be aroun4 here to get U feel m
continued too long or the children spot-Judge October tore his book till trow worll-A. K. KImball. me.-Puck.
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Desire Drummond wined in spite of a good thing that the country was BO One New Year's DayBy

I herself.. But she bad her duty; to do to big, for everyone: of the 400,000,000 *resetting
thlr,|lttle laughing chili.. TfJe Dauvg of tye Year off firecrackers rtt the same Urn*. Ells Armstrong Bengough.

"I-tl should call at Tony's'' ,tooJeffy," This la to,; frighten away evil spirits, and OOD morning, )d$. Smlthaon.

New Year's EveBy she said, virtuously, "youiry, it and see 2esUk the gait of' opening grot; I have thought many a time that Uiosspirits UG' Did you have a pleasant :New j jYear's

? how much happier you'll feel." 1'U ifs, fooRinj at lit prospects f uir must have a bad time of during day?" I

"But I'm happy enough now,"laughed the dawn of the Chinese New Year. If "Well, No, Mrs. Nayber to tell the J

'1a I { ; MILDRED M'NEAL Jerry. 3 oisli& \you roes Gftsamgdeaf; the Chinese had been present at the time truth, I didn't You see, Mr. Smithson j

"Then do It to make Tolly; happier JBfwM Sraulg aunt me eoerjicnfte; that Admiral Sampson's guns had their and I concluded we would not spend the
try that." bad coughing spell before the hills of with his family, as usual. We

of the Old Year and the New "Ummumbled Jeffy, stooping jUg brad goes out mite& lfirof t of pain-- Santiago on a certain day in July, they day thought we would remain cozily at home

Tryst lay kind red mittens on Roxy's furry iSrwecfiing& Jerp ifu t &firoDm uBoorUSal would have clapped their hands, and and have a. nice long talk. 'Since he has

?'' y Come from the utmost bounds of time neck. It took time to digest advice like cried: "Good, good! Just like out New been kept so close at the office and I I
that He hadn't thought' Tolly's side & gnu may rung gfoJnrss Ba''". Year's! have been out so much, we don't seem

: With briefly clasping hands these two of the question. Tully was Just gettingover 101tt1"' pnrrel. praci and smite of r rODe I Yet, notwith ding the noise China, I for always to see nearly as much of each other as
f the measles-Jetty remembered liked the New Year's In we used and New Year's day seemed 1

: Pass here amid the frost and rime. suddenly that It wasn't any fun to "get after the first day the noise stops, and Just the time to get acquainted all overagain 1
I over" the measles. Then Tolly lived Afil&\ sweet as roe (Hat& gmla the& 7urtf-: the shops are all closed for one or two I

r ,!'ti I alone with his grandmother-not In a weeks, for It Is unlucky: to do business "Well after breakfast, we sat cozily \
"i 0 and 3s gout &&rarfdoot,3 suttfy inon\> the birth of the new year (exceptat about
riotous little nest full ot brothers k during: by the fire to have a nice Ipngtalk
r There is no word of destinies sisters. Probably you got very lone- And. fid; tdr& gpcingiuic't rKgtfimlc& rune the back door-but don't say any- our plans for the coming year. I Just ;!

some living alone with grand- thing about this). to glance at the advertisements
your the
took paper
k 1 Of errors 'past or coming'' fears, mother;fcrob'ly you'd like to have ,UKe mans teat& from gone presence f fowl Then, too, we Americans could walk up for the next day, and he

somebody come in an' say; "Wisher Hap- Aft dirprr than& the drcpral era- along the streets for once In the year went looking for hla pipe-you know he
i Yet each reads in the other's eyes py New Year!" feeling sure that nobody would curs is ml.erable.wlthout It-and he couldn't
& & ifie& o&eo.38 &
Jiff ilea
fugfirr shy
"Well, I will," laughed Jetty, sunnily."I S .- us, or call us "foreign devils," for It is remember where he had left it the night

The record of uncounted years.Ohio guess It's time me an' Tolly fell In!I" foot my darfuig Gods& fat me, unlucky to use that bad word at such a before. Suddenly; an Idea came to me. I'

," lie was off In a little whirl, and Desire happy time. Dear me, how I wish that New Year's day Is the time to give up
IDilfitu lilt& Kingdom of &Gee foot Id3rslde I Itfie
,. Farmer. and ,Roxy were alone again. New Year's would last 12 months! bad habits; now Isn't It? At any rate, I

Iw < i "Roxy, did you hear that I thought But the first day has come, and the lit I felt It ought to be and I told Mr. Smith- !

I was preaching to him, and you heard porlafs of' iflf& grac( tle Chinese children get ready to enjoyIt son he smoked too much; he admitted f
how he preached to met! 'A little child''a for all it Is l worth. They! are dressedin that he did. 'It Is a'bad habit' I told

I little child'." she added softly. Her .3 mist you puniluJf start, their best and gaudiest clothes,whichare him, 'dirty, expensive and Injurious to ,

plain, wholesome face grew very i&ag aIr[[ ifie !rootM Stfnrnd you, ,drab; only worn on this occasion. The health* He admitted that it was. !

S .. :a.;.. ::;:= thoughtful. foxy rubbed against her father has got from the pawn hopbU, 'Then why not give It VP. to-day and.GAVE .
.
_,-.1 .u <-=:; "'.="'"',". ."'- skirts, unheeded. Jlnil Dfosg tfie& Grainy of f gaur tau! finest silk gowns; which that obliging

"A'little child-laughing Jeffy-shall ( "relative" has taken good care of duringthe
for Mie 1 a at eocnlule w
: II I ; ;cis lead them-me," she mused, "across the song past 12 months, and, thus splendidly
j I %; street-to Delight Roxy, Roxy, listen Jude; busier tours of roolnjj Hoot, : attired, the proud father and his little

: % to met-she began to laugh sobbingly lire yon mu souf's d di'fifldt t t and prior, boys start out on a' little visiting trip r
i i -"I guess It's time me an' Delight fell to his relatives and friends, to "Kuxg
A NEw-YEARS StORY Inl"! 'fip < ,0'' off fend run four\ "
IIUrtll| my Hi, Fah Taol, -wish them a happy new ,
_ It was sunset when she and Roxy: went year and many riches.

f, ayhtinteha>nt tJo Donhell, across the dividing line. From the "What" you say, "don't the little girls Lt/)

warm, red west a radiance was falling ina go. toot" /

':-- pathway of soft light. It seemed to New Year's Day in No; they must stay at home, because
.. : lead out of Heaven to,, Delight's little the little girl Is not BO Important as her
_ -
I l_ -- ..r*'' brown door and Desire stepped lightly: By brother, and, besides, she would have l

along in It, no more bitterness or hurtin China difficulty In walking far In her tiny
Rev. Frederick Poole.
I' 4 Desire Drummond was writing the six to this today
previous
new
years year her heart The
% red signal flag was "golden Illy" shoes, which do not measure -
_ P first entry In her new diary, for It was ; It,didn't matter If It were five or still in the window, and she saw It was "ow: more than three, inches In length.
New Year'i day.; She had opened the six,-or seven or eight,-eo long as you not the red table cover. It was the little '9 I But what a day It Is for the little boy!
little book with a queer sense of unoc- subtracted four of the year. The "sig old signal ftqItlelfl"We'll I
1 He has already got his first present
qualntedness and. hesitation. She always nal code" was in the back of all the rest. r
go right In, Roxy, Just as we tl.." when Santa Claus, that la to say, theboy's I
; felt that way about opening a new Desire turned the pages to It with tremulous used In-what! want to in by the \r
you
go
father ( a.ln .
same thing, see 1t1'V
you ;
i diary; she told Roxy'the cat fingers. She read It aloud as It to shed door Well run along then,-run "
thla country, him a little string of
a t I "I feel as if I'd ought to be Introduced Roxy i"Red along then! I gave
mice Is
Il to It, Roxy," she laughed softly "When -trouble. Come suppose catching copper cash. tied on a red cord;,for It la
over "
your way of making! She openedthe The Chinese boys and g-lrls-especial-
365 times unlucky to'start the New Year without
you've written In the old one "White-all's well."Bluenothlngbutrheumatllm..
; summered and wintered with it and Will front door briskly-after four years! ly the boys-get lot -f fun out of their any money: In your pocket and that In ,
-and stepped into the dark little hall. yearly festivals, and the little urchins
something both and I withIsn't .
,told It how bad your rheumatism was,- come over as soon as it clears oft Delight you agree
was la the sitting-room door look forward to their holiday times with UTBut
you feel at home and real Intimate with "Green-come to tea.. Have made pork waiting
as much glee and happiness as does
+ our little Chinese boy could never
It But when you open a creaky new one cake. '
TWENTY!: DOLLARS.
j "Delight! Young America to the Fourth of July, ME
home all the that Is
givento
that won't stay open but keeps shutting The little "code" ran on through one "Desire! Desire! I knew carry money *
up as If It didn't want anything to, do or two more colors But Desire's eyes you'dcomeP' Decoration day, Washington's Birthday, him for It Is the custom for every one make a good beginning for the year?'

with you or your rheumatism-when you went back to the first and third signals. "Red-trouble. Come Christmas and New Year's.'There whom he visits to give him presents He refused at first to listen.,j>ut finally

_ s do that, foxy it makes you feel like a "Red-trouble, Come over," and then Desire over quoted la 'the Lantern Festival when money, as well as candy and cakes. Of said he'd do It. It would, be a' good
but
trying laugh
crying. Theywere all turn out to witness the brilliant dl.-
perfect, stranger the third with Its quaint ending-Desire both course the father takes charge of this chance, he said, to show his strength of
"I tried believe
crying. to with
la ablaze
you for the whole
play country
,
t In tiny, old-fashloned.'neat letters the smiled over that She and Delight had -I mean the money-and I have often will, anG, anyhow It was only an Ideal!"
puttering pen traced "Pleasant"1 the : always spoken of their rheumatism as the light of thousands of paper lantern wondered If his little son ever sees Ma "Of course, you applauded that!"

& clean ,page of the new year Then:Desire "clearing off," Instead of getting well. made In all sorts of fancy shapes. Then money presents again.! I really think "I did, and he went off, delighted to
there Is the Moon Festival when they
paused( and looked meditatively out of She and Delight had always; had rheumatism I that a little Chinees boy must be a good count. up how much' he would save dur-
r' her window searching for Inspiration. ; It had been a strong connecting : m w "worship the moon, and the little pig- investment'for his father on New Year's) ing the ;year by not smoking. ,As for me,

'A faint dab of red caught her eye from link between them always. Delight had tailed boy and his chubby small-footed Day In China. I improved the time by making notes ,

1 Inherited hers from her mother,-Desire sister look up and see, not a man but a But the visiting coon over, and then of the bargains advertised !in the papers I
., hen toad In the moon; for there Is a story the little Chinaman Is sometimeswith tour for
rN from her father. They used to eIC off and mapping out a shopping
1i of beautiful who drank
IP laugh and say they; couldn't see that a Chinese lady his sister to see the sights In the the next day which would keep me until
medicine which would keep her
one
there was much choice between the fem- t streets. They; look at the peep shows six 'o'clock and bring me home ex-
from death and then went to the
tree
inine kind.and the masculine! Both of and the Punch-and-Judy: show*-which,, hausted. Mr. Smithson didn't come
'em hurt! ( or moon, where she was turned Into toad, by the way, Is a Chinese Invention. They back for two hours and when he did, he

How often they used to laugh! That 7: and ever since the"Chinese have seen a. spin their tops and fly their kites, until was cross. I tried to interest him In the
"toad In the
1 was another connecting. When they J moon. the sound' of gongs and drums tells them advertisements, when he suddenly
were little bits, they had cried together Li But perhaps the chief reason why the that there is a theater or'a Juggling show turned on' ,me. saying; that I spent more
little folks In China look forward to
i over their names and made long lists of oJ the somewhere near, and off they go, and time and money,, as well as wasting
Festival Is because get'allthey
the beautiful "poetry-names" they Moon they soon' are to be found in the front row. more health on bargain hunting than
want of those little
} longed for, on the walls of Delight's shedIsobelEthelindJeannetteMaude moon-shaped clapping their hands in childish glee he did on tobacco, and If he could give
I cakes which are made only for this oc- ''a( the funny antics of the performers, up the one, he thought I could give up

Mathllde,-how they had pored over the casion. They are very prettily deco- until the man comes round with the hat tbe.otherL"

; lovely names and "chosen" again and rated, but oht so awfully indigestible and then there is a patter of small feetas "Oh. but that was different!
that the next day the little fellows who
I again! But when they; grew older, they the youngsters scurry away, for the "Indeed-It was, and so I told him.;but
had laughed over the quaint old names are suffering from stomach ache are apt Chinese boys have no USA for the.hat he wouldn't listen. He said I was in the
to that there toad'' In the
think was a
I their mothers had put their heads together .. -like some other boys I know habit of spending five dollars' worth of
cake Instead of the
and given them. For they had moon. But twilight finds the tired little folksat time to save five cents in money lie
".I l been named on the same day, when they: The Chinese boys; and girls may never I home, for they are afraid to be out reminded me. that I had a quantity of

lay, little red-faced, squirming morsels have heard of George Washington and i at dark; and little John Chinaman closes ,things put away upstairs which I had
a the holiday we keep In of the I .
I 4 In the same big cradle. The mothers -p. memory the day In eating sweetmeats, or !In tak- bought because they were cheap and
Father of his but they knoT
had waited until they were a month old Country ing his turn at beating the unmusical which I could never use; he proved that I
"I GUESS ITS TIME MB! AN' TOLLY all about the wise and good Chinese official
4 and then met together for mutual counsel. FULL: IN I"' gong or in diving among the mass of many bargains had shown themselvesdear .
who lived about 450 before
THH
SPLUTTERING:
PEN TRACED"PLa1ASANT" years
red paper In the courtyard, where the and said I could save more money
ON THE CLEAN first Christmas,and who scolded
PAGE Off TUB NEW YEAR. "Red-trouble. Come over." Desire were drying; your red table cloth in the our was fireworks were let off by his father and by remaining at home and seeing to the
shut up the diary sharply; ,but the words window,-oh, I tried not to come fast and degraded! by an ungrateful emperor, big brothers In search for unqxploded house. When I demurred, he quoted my

i the unpainted house set diagonally kept saying themselves over and over to enough' drowned eo that In himself.sorrow Weil and! his disgrace he single crackers, which he at once puts own arguments in' regard to smoking

a across the road. Though for four year her. She could not forget them. Of "But you're here,-you're here," found and to, body his wasnever to their proper use, until, tired out with until I got mad, said I had as much
,i ''I } Desire Drummond had not willingly: course It was a spot In the red tablecloth sobbed Delight "peelre wait!-stand ; so, keep memory his day's excretions, he Is put to bed, strength of mind as he had and I
since
,looked at the small old house, yet tor
tour :years she had always seen It, when saying: "Trouble. Come over, ""Trou want to say some,-Happy New Year the children go out In swarms to see the cakes and candy, copper cash, and "Oh, gracious, but how can you-"
ble. Come over-all the morning. It Desire" Punch-and-Judy shows "Well, everything went wrong that
she looked out of her window. It was and "Cr-cr-cr-
t tight there, an uncomely blot on her took the pleasure out of the' sunshine and "Happy New Year, Delight"It long boat processions on the rivers, and crack bing-bang-boom!"-Sunday day Mr. Smithson was cross and criti-
watch the offerings of rice and other
sq .view"-how could she help It? The clear, sweet air,-the soft, new-fallen was all there In those three little to School Times. cised the dinner). until the girl got mad.
and the calls of the for foods as they are placed on the waters Mrs. Trotter in and told that
of snow cheery chlcka words. What need explanations pro- came me
red color
plash In of
waa one its tlny- benefit of the
the of
for spirit the lost
f daes-out of the whole Blank to have bargain sale in
S4 front windows bright New testations, promises The last red was a cur-
paned and for the
y moment minister of state. TIME, FOR RESOLUTIONS. ,
Desire's heart beat little Year's day. Even Roxy: could not settle gleam from the west fell across both lalns-I needed curtains for the bed-
than usual. When had she a that faster down to her alternate naps and placid their glad old faces, like a kiss of peace. But the great,day of all days; for the Come rooms. My sister came in with a new '
seen red
New They as a Happy 'Thought
in China Is Year's
at
children Day. 1
signal flag before T-but it wasn't meditations in the sunny window. She Afterward Roxy scratched her way In boa, bought at a bargain, and told me I
a signal ask the End of the
If to Dead
think were a little Chinese
f 4 flag of course. Delight was drying followed her uneasy mistress about, with a plump dead mouse, presenting Jt you could get its mate. Going Into the par-
he
\ something red la the sun; probably she'd uneasy,too,and full of wistful sympathy. first to one of them and then to the other boy" what meant by "NewYear's Year lor for one more peep at Blank's advertisement -
washed But Roxy was wise and said nothing. In gentle uncertainty. And they all three he would say: "Noise, and I found Mr. Smithson chewing
_ out a spot In that old red table "
over. < Some things 'tis better not even to purrto sat in the twilight together. plenty of It. For weeks the Chinese are Oil dear another year gone, life the stem of his empty pipe!"

j I: Suddenly as if of Us own accord one another. "It .was 'trouble Delight said."That's preparing for this' great event. Houses) slipping by, a herd of old mistakes, "It's too bad; I'm on my way to a rib-

uninfluenced by the slender old Angers quite Four years ago a trivial misunderstanding why I chose the red signal I are cleaned and the shopkeeper looks faults.trooping out the portals of the bon sale now, and I thought you-"

+ the pen began. to write again.! "There's, had separated these two lonely said to myself this morning when I forward to it with great satisfaction,because old, dead used-up year into the new "Walt till I get my wraps. You see

I a red flag In Delight's window," It wrote w men. It had not amounted to much lathe woke up, 'It's New Year's,Delight Weth- he knows that his customers If It is uncomfortable. Banish them, the next morning I thought I'd Just run

; rather faster than usual, with not 10 be lonlng.-a little grievance only, erill,' I said, 'are you going to do what they, have any self-respect, will be sure wave them back! downtown to merely look at the sales,
much palnstakln.attention to l-dottlngs -but with true New England pertinacity you've been trying to do so long Or are Jo pay their debts before the new year! ; With what force? and I went Into the parlor before break- J,

I and t-crosslngs. "But it's probably they had clung each to her own hurt, you going to wait another four years? for It la considered a great disgrace to Ab a happy thought-fresh resolutions fast to.tell Mr. Smithson. 1 found him '

pot drying in her red table spread. It a nursing it Into vigorous life. It was And then all of a sudden I decided start the new :year In debt. They stand beside onto Instant smoklnR. He looked foolish! for a mo-

Isn't likely to be anything else after four four years old now. The narrow widthof 'you're going to, Delight Wether)!!!' But The Chinese know nothing about ly-that Aladdin's lamp of belief In ment, then gave me $20 and asked me It
rear" a country roadway that ran between I couldn't move an inch to-do It ThereI Christmas, because, you know that yourself Is a remarkable "stunt The I didn't want to go shopping. Where

I, The little book creaked shut, as If relieved the two little brown houses might have was stiff with the rheumatism. I guess beautiful holiday: belongs only to Christian crisp, brand new fairies smile at the did you say the ribbon sale 1st"

at the chance, and Desire DrumS been the breadth of the sea. the feminine kind's the worst Desire!I" countries. ancient ghostly crew, nod with their .
: fi mond gazed out of her window again not- In the early afternoon Desire and Desire nodded. "I guess so, Delight By the way: boys ask your father shining crowns, and, soft-muttering the ITS ::FINISH.

S looking at the little old house across the Rosy had New Year's callers. The minister 00 on," she said.! which comes, .first, Christmas or New ragged lot slink to the shadows of the

road, but seeing It and Its red signal flag, came first and prayed; with them In "I couldn't go on? There 1 was. I Year's. He !Is .ure to say "Christmas," things we try not to remember.

and nothing else Roxy leaped heavily his simple, heartfelt way. He thankedthe didn't crawl out o' bed till noon, and I and then you can laugh and tell him that We do this every year, forgettingthat

f ,to the window sill and looked out, too. Lord for peace and goodwill on didn't limber up any till I saw' you and he Is wrong. we have told, the same story time
The( big gray head rubbed lovingly ea.rth-for the pleasant old year and Roxy tomlng acrost in the sunshine. Well, New Year's ever comes first In after time and that the law of consecutive -

against the little gray one. the beautiful beginning of the new one. I forgot I had the rheumatism then! China and,> dear me, what a time of Justice rolls on serenely whilewe

"I'm not looking, Roxy, but it's thereI It was a grateful, comforting prayer; I don't feel's if I should ever have it frolic and nervous expectancy It Is forth babble and remain ourselves.! II IIi IIsue.
see It," Desire murmured wistfully.: there was nothing in it about misunderstandings again." little slant-eyed boys and girls! N. O Times-Democrat. I I I

"You see It,too,you know you do. You're and trouble and rheumatism. "So you put up the red signal Trouble Lota of firecrackers are laid by In readiness
looking down the road at the meeting Then the doctor's wife came in with, -Come over?" Desired mused! thought ,but none must be let off before the In the New Year I

p house, but you tee Delight's red flag! her baby and stayed long enough to fully. proper time. Let ns not be unjust ungentle, self. i

"' (You think It's a spot In her table-spread patch a pair of little stockings. Then "Yes,-oh.I had tot! It was New Year's Nobody goes to bed that night but : lab, pushing grasping, vain, bard pessimistic. ...

ttrylng In the sun, but you don't know It Mrs. Deacon Blinn came,-then HOlY day Desire, and ;you and me had been All sit up waiting for the first hour of : Let us get the best out of

Is. You're thinking maybe it isn't, just Todd's two little gl rls,-last of all, laughing divided long enough I said to myself I the new day when the father, and his I friends and workers, not by: pinching

as I am." Jetty Rand. couldn't bear another year; 1 said the wife and little ones, all worship before them down, but encouraging them up. I

? Roxy'a soft purr pleaded guilty to the "Merry Chris-I mean Happy New, time,to make it up was the first day o* the spirit tables of their ancestors and Let us be true and without fear. Answer i

charge. It was four years-but Roxy: I Pearl" :.aughed Jetty. !"Thought I'd" the new :year. And there I was! I then, at the shrine of the household cod: our letters, keep gratitude a* the ,
only knew it was a long time,a very long I come an' wish It I've been to all the couldn't stir." Then the door is opened,and the whole foremost Impulse pay: oar bills, and

time,-since she had been allowed to thll..ld -o'-th..treet houses up to here, "And the beginning and the ending family and servants out outside and I say our prayers.

catch plump mice In the little old brown an' I'm comln' back on the other side- were the first,day* Delight murmured, bow down to a certain part In the heavens -
bed across the road. xceptln' I shan't go to Tolly Wallace' softly. Under the cover of the darkness which has been Indicated the Chinese As tJauaLI

f "It It should be anything else, Roxyaot .-- house" the two old hands atole together and calendar, and so worship heaven I She-What kind of Christmas pres J

a spot drying,-!it It should mean "Why not to Tolly's. Jetty?" clung as long ago two little childish ones and earth;and receive the spirit of gladness : ent'shall I buy you whIle I am oat. JI I

what it used to-" She lifted the big cat Jetty laughed.-he always laughed had clung_together.: Rosy purred from and good fortune, which, they say, : dear? Pill top-Did that affair of old Qotrox I

down suddenly: and opened one of her 'Cause we've fell out he said,cheer skirt to skirt impartially.: There are cornea from that quarter the heavens tie-Oh. any cheap trifle :Maria Remember and Miss pushle's end with a tie? I

table drawerwhere rows of black- ily. "You don't go tofolk's houses;you've times when 'tis better not to say any: I can't afford to spend much Miss Smart-Yes, with the speckledred

bound* diaries were neatly packed away, fell out with an' wlsa 'em Happy: NewYear's thing, but a little gentle purring does no Then the noise begins, and when I was I this :year.: -Woman's Home Companion tie she gave him for a. Christmas \
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elected one that bore a date five or do you?" harm.-Country Gentlertan.\ In China I often used to think that It wa* i Bresent-Chicago News.rF .

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