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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 30, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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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. 15. NO. 10. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY IDEOEMBTCR 8O lOO-l. PRICE tse.I .

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LOCAL NEWS THE LARGE BRICK STORE. Kline's Clothing unit Dry Fine Home for Sale. Penney &; liraunlnff. :" AMONG THE HOTELS:
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|nd Topless. of General I Interest. J. R. WALKER A CO., One of the finest homes In Tltusvllle'or Watch the footsteps and see TbeADVOOATD on ( '
best hotels In New York city.
TITUSVILLE, Special Sale of CLOTHING, Boys' and I sale. An Ideal winter home. Onlyne where they go-all fouls lead

THE ADVOCATE, What we say we do,"we do do. Entirely Youths' Suits, Shoes Trunks, Ores SuitCases 4 block from the famous Indian River to the Fashionable Clothing Where to atop along the East Cwnt

$1.50 .annum In advance. too much hot air Is wasted on talk. Gents' Furnishings, all the very ]Postofflce, Bank, Opera house and stores House-the only Gent' FurnlshInir See list of hotels and boarding houses

$1.00 per" sin months, h We-are here to do business, and have no latest styles. Nothing to beat them on ,>f all kinds. House In the City.A on lat, 4th and 7th page.

f 2.00 per an. to foreign countries. automatons. the East Coast. The lot Is a. large,: comer lot, with the complete stock, everythingnew The Indian River hotel and Semblar

Reading notice ads. are ten oenti NOW READ THIS-When In need of Mall Orders receive prompt attention.YOU I house set welt back on the lot, so as and up-to-date. Cottage Tltusvllle, ,were beautifullydecorated .
er line on this page. anything In our different lines remember MAT BB: TtlK WINNER. 1 to afford a large lawn. The lawn I la 1".1110" line and go to at ChrUtma

we do not expect to sell every person Remember with every dollar' worthof 1 beautifully laid out with cement walks PKNNKY A; UIUNNIl'IG'I'I.'fhs ,
, When you subscribe It does for not tbe cost ADTOATH who wants, to look, but we do want goods you buy.at* lInes, you will geta I arnamental shrubs, etc. Bearing fruit Gent' Furnishers, Hotel DePrado, Chicago had 801D.ntV' .

three cent by the year.week postage included.you all who look for customers. It Is no chance In the drawing fpr the splendid I trees. Tltusvllle, Fla. pretty menu cards for Christmas,

per trouble to show goods. We would discharge Dress Suit Case and you may be the the house Is I.! perfect condition, has one of which was tent to the ADYOOATB}
Tae EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on lucky winner. Do not miss this grand DEATH OF MRS. MUSSENDEN. by that genial proprietor, Mr. Bradley.Mr. .
Bale at; the following news-stands, at flv on.the spot, a discourteous employee ,sight largo room, well .arranged,hall,
bents per copy : -Have we demonstrated that we opportunity, on any account. bathroom, etc. The bouse Is plastered O. D. Seavey, manager of the
Tltusville-Red Cross,"Pharmacy. want to please you ?' JULIUS KLINE, throughout, and three good flre-plaoes Mr. Oeo. M. Robbins received a-tele famous Axplnwall hotel, Lenox, H....,

Jack.onvllle-Duv..1 hotel. ANY PURCHASE made not proving Tltusvllle, Fla. led for coal or wood. !gram Mrs. ,w yesterday. I). Mussenden, stating, that of Bath his, aunt Me.,, has returned to Florida to get In readl-

Note date of expiration printed upon satisfactory will be exchanged: : or your Prefer to sell furnished, but would sell ,lied at midnight on Wednesday, from nesn his popular hotel-Tbe Magnolia
oar paper or wrapper every week. This money cheerfully refunded .. -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Hall and unfurnished It desired Best, of .tea. onto bronchitis Springs-for the coming rush of tourists.
Is a receipt for your (money. No need WE HAVE IN TRANSIT the largest family, of Sebastian, spent Christmas In IOns for selling. Address, Mr. Muasenden wa .a sister of Mrs.
managedby
send for subscription M. P. Robblns, of this place and spent Hotel! Breaker, Palm Beach
for ns to receipt town with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hall.
line of Pants for Men,Youths and Boys, GEO. W. Scouts
he date Rives It to you. several winter in Tltusvllle, where she Mr. Fred Starry, with Mr. Leland
ever brought to Tltusvllle. They were I -Mr. Wm. 1[. McFarland left here, TitusvIIle, Fla. made a host of friends who will regretto Sterry assistant-manager, opened for the
ADVOCATES: for sale at the Red built by the "Pants King" of Amerloa, yesterday, for Sanford and the West learn of her demise.Mr. season on ..turdal1ast. This I la one c.t

Dross Pharmacy, Titusville.s and have no equal, I Coast, and will be away week or so. -Tax Collector John Henry after the large hotel of the Florida East
Attorney Geo. M. Robbins has been We have also the exclusive sale'of the baa spending a couple of days In Jacksonville E. E. Grimes, of Cocoa repretenting Coast Hotel System and I I. already entertaining
M. Hendrix of Fort
celebrated FOOTE TRAY TRUNK, cut -Dr. Pierce returned here yesterday.Mr. Doty A Stowe wa In town
Attending,: to law matters In Jacksonville been enjoying a visit with Judge aid quit a number ol guest.

bis.week. on 4th page this paper. of Mrs. A. D. PenneyTitusvlllo, this week. C. C. Henderson, Jr., of Murfreeiborough pesterday. With reference to the LaGrange SeroUnola
We have received to-day more
-Mr. and Mrs F. T. Budge and family Tenn., has been.a guestof -Dr. Houghton' houseboat, Dentos, hotel of Welt Palm Beach whose .
those LENOX SHOES for children. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Modisette of
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hotel
of t.I anchored at the Indian River
of Miami spent the Christmas holidays the Sembler Cottage for a couple now l. will be found on our 4th page, the)
You do not have the best unless you Minneapolis, Minn., will be at their wharf, where dental work Is being a<
with Capt. and,Mra. James Prltch: have Lenox. beautiful winter home at Frontenao\ weeks dally attended, to. West Palm Beach correspondent to the. .I

fird, of Tltusville.Mr DON'T FORGET, very shortly FURNISIIED HOUSE TO RENT in TI. Miami Metropolis say.si
E. J. Stewartvof Jensen spent We have all the best makes SHOES tusvllle. Apply to Geo. M. Robbins, -Mr. B. L. Brady went to Miami on, 11 r. LaGrange lessee and manager of
-Mr. Julius Guterrouth bookkeeperfor Seminole of this city, has
to look alter his business In. the LsGrange
|Christmas Day and Monday In Tltusville, for Ladles, Gentlemen Boys o'r Child R. R. Itloou, of Jensen spent Sun! Tltusvllle, Fla.' terests Monday In that up-to-date town Mr. conceived tbe Idea, and Is seeking to

visiting hU mother, Mrs. J. b. Stewart,., day and Monday TitusvIIle the guestof -Dr. and; Mrs. E. E. Rollins have ,give: It materialization, of having. l"real4dent
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ren.We always likes to visit the metropolis
Brady Roosevelt cubic Southern Itinerary
and his sister Mrs. Harry Wilson. can supply all your wants, therefore the editor of thjs well ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Decker. kept paper sup- of Dade; to take In the East Coast, and to
when
-Miss Frankie Stewart, who hat we can figure closer than plied with quail this week. This tasty have the event emphasised by a grand
been'.t St. you buy In a half-dozen places. -The ADVOCATE editor appreciate bird I I. much appreciated by us. -Mis* Alice Sander, of Indlanola, military ball, or Martha Washington
| St. Joseph' Academy, We have so much to offer that we tbe many llttto tokens of friendshipsent was among the pleasant visitor to town Ball at the Royal Polnolana, .and a military
Augustine, for several months, returned cannot mention everything. Come, and Into this office at Christmas, and ,-The ADTOCATR editor return thanks on Wednesday. Mr.. D. B. Pritchard parade on the magnificent groundsof
there, Friday to spend the holidays. with see for yourself. takes pleasure In thanking the donor to Mr. E L. Brady for a present of some accompanied her home on Wednesday that famous hostelry. At lint blush.one. that.
of the olat
of fine and falls to conceive i
grapefruit
parents bunches oranges
jhor
Wishing Everybody a Happy New -Mr. James Bute, who is attendingthe night, after attending the dance In tblt snob an event would give to the East
from his beautiful .
BURNT LEATHER AND WOOD goods) Year i Florida University at Lake City, orange grove.There Opera house Coast, and of the direct beneficial re,>
handkerchief ..ud We are, to serve and command, will\ be a meeting of Friendship suits that would accrue to railroads hotel
-hand painted- yours spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. -There WM a small but pleasant. and the country generally. (Irom'' ,:.,
glove boxes: mirrors, etc. A fin* dies JOHN R. WAL&KB: A Co, and Mrs. A. W, Bule, In Jacksonville. Chapter No. 11, Order Eastern social party at the residence of Judge such an event. Mr. LaGrange ha not yet
play next week at the Red Cross Fhar THE LARGE BRICK STORE, Star, at the Chapte.room, Indian River when formulated the scheme, but b* has it in
and Mrs. D. last
Tbe EDWIN CLAP SHOE, for sale A. Penney night
.. Tltusvllle Fla. hotel, Tltusvllle, oh Tuesday evening mind, and Is taking such preliminary!
macy. only by Penney & Branulng,, Is, without the-3rd of January.Mr. the game of "Hearts" held full sway before steps as look to la a accomplishment.
-The family of Mr. L.' F. Pette', of; arrived In doubt the swellest Shoe ever next partaking of refreshment Mis Enough Is nol yet known as to the Presi
New York are now domiciled In then -Dr. Paxson of Kansas, shown In Titusville. To sell one pairto I A. ,K. Wllsop, whop baa been Daisy Brady was the winner. dent's movements, as fo time and Itinerary
town the end of last week, on a visit to of his Southern 'trip, to furnish
cozy winter home at Rockledge. Mr be will spending the past two weeks with his SMOKE ,
a customer means never DO YOU .
Dr. F. H Hou hton. for other than preliminary ofTorts
Pettee has returned to New York,but he brother Mr. Harry Wilson, in Tltusville, basis
wear any other Shoe. If so, go to the Red Cros Pharmacy, still the matter la In hand and, shouldthe
will again visit Rookledge January. TOILET SOAPS-A large line will left yesterday for Orlando, where he expects President
Penney,& Brannlng, TitusvIIle. r Tttusvlile, and get 1good cigar. visit the South before the
of arrive this week at tbe Red Cross to accept position on one of thenewspapers Twenty-five brand to select( from. season I I. over, there Is very little doubt
Messrs.. R. B. Stewart, Brantley
Pharmacy. Titusville. -Miss Sophie M. Banskett, of West; at that place.Mr. that the East Coast, will be Included la
Frank Forster Orchid; T. H. Sander) Palm Beach, has been spending tbe -Mr. F. M. Wooten, of Camden S. C., his Itinerary /Should he come her.,
and W. R. Sanders Indftanola; M. 8. -Dr. J. II. Judd, of Fayettevllle, N. past week: with her sister, Mrs L. W. Robt. L. Motlow has had a staff who ha been spending the Christina his visit will bo Attended with such accompaniments

Sams, Courtenay, and others came uj C., J fined his wife here, Friday night Halle, In TltuivIIle. She left for her of painters employed this week, painting bolldays In town 'with hi. wife antI her and as should will hs bring thousandsof this far

to town on Friday, to attend the MasonU last, to spend the, holidays Dr. Judd I home on .Thursday.Mr. his residence and saloon building on parents, left for horns yesterday Mr. he people wIJI surely; go, as far south come as !Miami.,

meeting held that evening. was accompanied by his little daughterDR. Julia and Hopkins streets. Mr. Motlow: Wooten departed for Camden'the same The/ preliminary question I* will thePresident
Silas B. Wright, of DeLand with his visit. tbe far South. And
Christmas
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When in need of Fine BATS, NECK MILLER THE DENTIST, spent holiday .. We hope to again see them here
ID Tltusvllle yesterday before the
topped over and at Tenn. when I ttbould b* do so season
wife Mulberry
family
WEAR, SHIRTS COLLARS, SHOES will make regular trips along the Coast having come up from Melbourne where at an early date.Capt. of 1001-0 I Is over; Mr.\ LaGrange

CLOTHING*, or anything,: else in the hereafter. He will be at Melbourne he Installed the officers In the F. A: A. At PENNEY A; BRANDING'S, Titus W. A. Coster a former manajer feel confident that hs can be Induced to

GENTS FURNISHING line, go to January 2nd, for a few days. Office at M. Lodge at that place. While In town vllle, there are over one thousand of Canaveral Club, write us from enjoy for a time our delightful clime.

Penney Scanning's, TitusvIIle. Fla., the New Carleton. i he made an Inspection of the different samples to select from. Let as make Montvllle, Con a., a* follow i "I am In The following hotels aqd boardinghouses

where Everything.' Is New and Up-to -Miss Lucretla Couiens, of Orlando, Insurance agencies here. your New Year' SUIT of CLOTHES.Our : tb.; old Nutmeg State, with a very fierce are open) and ready to recslv

date. Penney Brannlng. has been In town ,this week, spendingthe A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW Mr. O'Neal I Is an expert In taking winter, the thermometer flirting with guest, .. will be seen by the displayads.

-Mr. C. F. Olmstead of Fort Pierce, holidays with room-mate at Rol 1 Year to all my customers, both old your measure for TAILORrMADK: aero most of the time; and snow-well, on our 4th and 7th pages; w

representative for Brevard county in the lins College Miss Louise Brown, of TI. and new, and those who are not In CLOTHING. We guarantee a perfectfit. re only had one fall of' 22 Inches and JACKSONVILLE.

Florida Legislature, was In town, Tue. tusville. Miss Cousens quite a bright either class, You have made this The very Latest Style. one on top of that of 12 more Inches, Windsor botel.Duv..1 .

day and gave the ADVOCATE office a young lady, and ha made quite a few business prosperous, and I THANK: Penney A,Brannlog Tltusvllle.Mr. nany flurries and small snow-alarms. Aragon hotel.hotel.Westmoreland.
call Mr. Olmstead kindly re friends In Tltusvllle. She attended the Snow, toe and slush galore tbe last week.It hotel.
pleasant you all. May the coming year hold and Mr. George H. Clark, of
membered the editor of this paper wltt dance at the Opera house on Wednesday for you blowings and prosperity. Rochester, N. Y., who are occupying I lovely (?) 1 certainly do wish I was New Traveler hotel.

some large and luscious pineapples. night. CHAS. A. GABDNEB Tltusvllle, Fla. Capt. J. O. Walton' furnished cottage igaln. with you In old Tltusvllle, away New Wolfe'Wlndle. European hotel.hotel...
and bllcsarda. Give the
rom toe, mow
Among those who attended the dance -Capt. Chas. Hall, of New York, wasa -Mr. Geo. M. Robbins spent Christmas In south Tltusvllle, returned home on lompll meats of th. season to all my old Hotel DeSoto.ST. .

at Cocoa,Monday night were: Me.dameaL.II. passenger on Friday's southboundtrain with Mr. and Mrs. G.F. Paddlson at Christmas Eve, after a delightful fishing friends' la Tltusvllle, not forgetting AUODSTINC.
J. C. route to Palm Beach, to be the Bruise In the yacht Outing up the Indian Hotel Magnolia.
Brace, W. H. MoFarland en Eau 0111.; and Mrs. Robblos spent ,the ,r'ourself.." 81. George hotel.
Denham; Misses Once Brace, Annie first to register at the opening of the holidays with her parents Capt. and River to the Haulover canal. While the Florida house.

Jones, Frankie Stewart, Annie Norwood,,, Hotel Breakers. Capt. Hall Is an old Mrs. R. P. PaddUon of loins Caawell friend of Mr. Clark are enjoying ((1) Grand Hall. The Lyon Building.

Maggie Collins; Messrs. Will McFarland, school mate of Mr. Joseph Jefferson, N. C. Heavy pressure'of law business now, Ice'and stormy weather she prefer PALATIIA.

J. C. Denham J. A. Collins, B. F, Ives the actor. Cashier Hopkins, of tbe prevented Mr Robbins going to North the warm sunshine, where she can There will be a Grand Ball given In'tbe Graham hotel.
Wade H Breakers was on board the same train, gather rose sod other flower and or I DATTONA.Th .
A. n. O'Neal Bert Johnson, Carolina to spend Christmas... ; Tltusrtlle Opera House, Friday evenng -
Jones, Tree. Feaster, Casper Mints. on his way from New York to Palm unges In her" own garden every day. December 30. 1004. Tbe Tltusvllle Gable SKAHBEKZB.

Be cb. Position Wanted.By Orchestra will furnish muslo. This New Clarendon Inn, .
Wanted.
To Pineapple Growers. Pelican Island Reservation.Parties --'-- Milk Cow promise* to be the best of tbe ae..oo. GOODALL.

competent well educated, active [ ..ndls, the last In the Old Year. The Seaside Inn.

We have secured the finest line of desiring to visit the Island man, with northern business training,: Fresh milk cow. Address stating TJTUSVILLK.

Pineapple Wrap ever sold in this section will remember that It I rs necessary to 31 year old, married. As manager confidential price. R. N. SIMMONS, Horse For Sale. The ftembler Cottage. !

and the orlces are lower than wrapi obtain a permit from the warder, man, cashier, bookkeeper or 19-4 Frontenac Fla. Tb. Feaster Home \ t

bate been sold for before. Our Pineapple P. KROKOBL, salesman In any business-dry goods, First elite Boggy Horse for sale; River View hotel.I(IIRJIITr.

Crates are made by The Bond Co., 19-2t Sebastian, .Fla. real estate, hotel or bank preferred. Lap-robe Lost weight about 11 hundred poiyuls, six JIocIELICDO..

(enough said.) Write n* for prices. Highest references. Bond given. Abil fear' ord. Address, New Rnokledg hotel.
Our representative will call on you later Launch For Sale. ity. Address "X Y" ADVOCATE office. Lout a. heavy red lap-robe. Retain Eo B. TAYLOB, Eau Oallle, Fla. EAT/ GAL"' ..

EAST COAST LCMBKB SUPPLY Co., -53 feet long by 10-3 Tltusvllle, Fla. UTLIvery Stable, Tltusvllle and get reward Hotel Sarno and Cottage
Launch Kingfisher .
10-2 Eau Gall(., Florida Fine Property For. Sale. MKLBOI/BNB.
34 foot
10 foot beam, round bottom New Hotel Carleton.
glass cabin.{ Window 18x26: : -Gists*. Mule and Wagon for Sale. Decorative. Ferns, Palms, Etc. Two nice cottage adjoining each Mew Brown hoaae.
Furnished' Cottages Twin screw. A fine model fitted for ,. other la Nortl 'rlta..llle. with an acre FORT PIKBCK.
Double wagon, also male cheap for 01 hammock and five acres of rich muck: Almond Doardlnllloos..
cruising party of ten, or for running M a CloUng out my entire stock of Plant* I
Highland Park Cottages Eau Oallie, party boat Write for particulars. I cash. W. R. CAMPBELL Fla.. at half price.' "Bend for special price 11... river and,frva"suitable The for larger track cottage farm.baa Good three: I WEST PALM BEACH.
Melbourne
2 The Narolssa CottagesLsorangeSeminol.
Indian RI.er. Florida. Four five and J. E. VINCENT 10 17-4 A. Lj'Hercu Rockledge, Fla. ileeplag rooms and a servant room no .. '
seven room cottages, all new and uicelj, TltuavlUe, ila. hairs; and a parlor, sitting room dining I
furnished; ready for occupancy December For Sale or Charter. I Bale. room and kltoiien below. The sdjoto- Furnished Cottage For Bent.
Pony for
\ lal'cottage DM two sleeplnff rooms and .
15th. Terms reasonable for the sea
Cheap For Cash. Round bottom Cabin Launch 81'x7: # kervant'a room In second and -
son. Congenial society. Hunting, fishIng and kitchen At Saran Hotel and Cottgv>> Fully
launch fall cabin and complete feet draw 24 Inches, 7K b.\,\P. Lathrop For saU, a Sorrell Pony, about 14 ilttlaf room dialog room '
Elf
and boating. Half hour's sail sad! A ; tolow. Large, brick eastern* to both Furnlshwl kitchen, dining moo, parlor
short walk to the Ocean. equipment; perfect condition and motor, speed 9 miles per hoar. Good band high;gentle' and a good saddle) or MKMM. Adapted. for a aloe, winter and' bed-room

For' farther particular,write, now la commission. Speed seven mile. comfortable party boat. For particulars earring pony, 'Address, bma Address J. WAxmcra Lxr
Address, Box 883, apply to J. E. Placer: A Co.. 'i. X. FiBto: Apply to Oao. M. ROBBIVS,
15-tf WM.R. ROKSCH lass Ganie. Fla. Jackaoov1Il., Fla. r TUosftU, FJa.eer1 ladtaaola, FJ.. TIt.*Tip .1'1a. Ipo.W., da.

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j "Heaven send I do!" he said ferygt;: .*,- THE CHINESE' NEW YEAR. THE CITY EDITOR. Lithe
A kindly, bonent and a'mple little -
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How Uncle ...'. CblldrenCelebrate man was S'redf'rlck111'Im Imam IT.8, SENATORS.
: Celestial
ply She eyed him curiously. Then, :with' the DII,... II* MM KV Well Voted. and Have) stede. originally a CIty clerk of Lon- J.P.-jfaJlateno................. ....
1 'I i unc'den' movement of her band, she a MS.ne For N.*,.." and versifier who concocted 8.R. Mallol'1'.................. .' ..1"11"0'111..1'ehl&Q"
'".p"t the letters from bis knee Into I The Clilues! r"ldelll"! "" of this country Imagine; man each day surveying a don ia U. $. CONGRESSMEN. )
love and not
for reward
'.? Hr' (!. are now about the only people who Circle whose cU-cuiafereuce Is drawn worthless doggerel Robert W. Davis. ,.... .......... .. .
really oLmerve' :K"ew Year's day. says. at a rate which would surprise 8. M.flparkman' ..... .. .... .... .... Palatq-
nnPv.el i They" all go outl".be with rudiuH sixty miles long' from most poetasters. Yet/11115 claim to remembrance Wat. U.:L mar..... ...... .... .... ... MODtlce/1,/
J/!- IMeeting said, but there was a suspicion of the Washington Star and even John tile t...w- York city hall as a center. k:
lies In the fact that U.S. tANl
now OFflCE.V(
Cblnumau: does not oil his cue
: artifice / up
and
In her mocking laugh. and attractiveon knowing that the life activity called !him "dear little H. B. Chubb.. ........... ... .... .... .. .RO
Potter sprung from his chair and make himself orientally within that circle are changeful and Thackeray G. .lnv llter.
1 ,r' stood( moodily contemplating the 'bum. the drAt day of Jinuary. His New ephemeral, that each succeeding eta Hanietede" and loved and protectedhim Oflicen at Gainesville,Florida.nrn',
; ,, By JOHN BARTON OXFORDfjCopyrlght year's celebration which In the greatest from banter with a strange and
i $, .- ing pit. per. will bring a new story-find that be Is FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.

"It's nearly 12," she said. "Let'shave holiday of the Chinese year falls responsible for the telling of that storyto touching chivalry. E. N. Dimlolt,Falm Beach.... ...... .Banw. >wi-,
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McClure.JCUE ...... .. .
i W. H. Jones TltuiTille |
) a toast or two before we drinkto on the 220 day of the month. This a great company of readers. Imagine If nuy one laughed; at the great nov- .Repre..ntivaEECUTIVS
clock or:\ the mantel chimed the day Is the only Sunday In the entire all tills and have good elist's attachment to no Insignificant a DEPARTMENT. 1Wm.

r half hour before midnight new year. Celestial and the people stop :you a protege. Thackeray would exclaim: : tf Jennings.. ..,..... .. .. ,. ....( ov
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"j "Into She went to the little table in the year mental plcttfre of the city editor of a H.Clay Crawford....... ......Secretary of BuS
.ti they came the room. corner and filled two cups from tb.PUUt'll work put on their best clothes new metropolitan dally. "No one shall say word ngaiust lit- W. V. Knott,..,. ..*t ...,... ....... rr6118uror-
I'otter threw1 wood on to the ones It there be any at,band-and take tle Hoitistede( In .-.'' bearing. I love James II. Whitfleld, .,.. .. Attorn : tSBHo
!bowl editor his desk
'fire When the city opens W. N.Sheata.' .. .. ....Supt. Publlo liiHtrSS
and dint
by of much exertion with "I'll giver you one" she said gayly."Here's the only ,bath they indulge In duringthe In the morning he attacks his mall brat little Hamstede. I toll you I love little B. E. MoLIn.........Comiulraioiier ARricultimi.
I' the bellows succeeded In raising quite ;yea!. They call on their friends JInnislecle and as for his! ,verses over Croom .. .. .. .. Cimii ,
blaze to the Mrs. David Potter \hat thing. Very often It Is a fearful and Clifford R. Fuetehl.( ..... ...AdJutiint-jenS'; .
I : a respectable Jfrorai a chair near i I" to bel! May she believe she has always rejoice generally; and enjoy themselves wonderful collection of complaints, which you have been nntklhg merry nil John Bradford,., ...... .... ...au'Ve or.cJen.1II. tan -I
1 the Iicurth Flloruenn watcbed him Indolently to the greatest ponnR\ degree. I care to say la that I take more pleas R.E. :Rose. state Chemlu
been demands !
in the heart tst'PfEME
supreme ,of grievances, suggestions.& OlaceaatTallabasseeFtorlda i.
I.. 1 j and when he had hung the .
Red the red la
David)" most brilliant over efforts, ure in rending bin/ poetty than I do In
bellows ou the little brass hook she pleadings discoveries, literary COURT JUDGES,
: motioned ,.
'!' him to the chair beside her "Amen! said he and drained his everything. The presents! given: are questions II of every description. It Is reading"your prose. M. ft. Mabry.. ...,...... .. ... Chief Jettip'BCarter
own. glass '' wrapped. Iv red paper', and the signs a singular thing that the title "cityeditor" The secret'ot this large hearted protection F. ,.. ,....... ... .. ..A.sociateJulnca IHI C
I ; For a time they watched the blaze lu Then be refilled and symbols over the little laundryand was not far to seek. Hamstede IS.JI'TII'Jor., ............ ....... e
the glasses at tbe, Is better known to the reading a
sIlence. Fllomena's chin rested pen- punch bowl. curio shops are of this bright color. wad! a dwarf and a huncbbnckv He bad RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.
other
public than utmost any except ?
l elvcly In uer uptunicd palm and rotter's turn he saId. i Eggs lire painted, red and offered to been crippled. by falling from a nurse's Jefferson H. Browne, chairman.. ... Key W.. ""
"My now, "To :Mrs. "editor. So the city editor gets more ...... . ...
.
hands toyed Idly with the tongs. the At : Hudson Burr ...Little'Hive?
the is lurid '
V '' David Potter that isto bet! Sbe has I gods. night sky than his share of mall. arms In Infancy and could not get J. M.Bryan.. .. .,........... ....,...KIM.lulm"
'i Tho fljrgreHnlve ticking tue clock, the with red lights, which the Chinaman the I .. ..... .... "
always reigned supreme lu tbe heart of William II. Vanderbllt'a famous dictum about without a cane. Thackeray, R. C. Dunn clerk ........MaalnT
1 crackle of the tire and the whittle of David tFllomena's burns to scare away the devils of'misfortune '" would giant, loved him for, the sufferings be Heauquarters.nd offices at Tallahassee, \Kit.
the wind outside' were the only sounds and any evil which might lurk "The1 public be damned had undergone. CIRCUIT COURT.
i to break tbe 8tlllnens. '. i'. hand trembled as she never hard become a familiar quota Minor 8.Jones, Tltiisvllle,:'.. .. ,Circuit Jurtra.
around i
and bad luck
raised her glass. Potter noted this bring : tion but for the trained news souse of J. >>. :Hewn, Orlaml .Progeoutlnir Attorn-.
Presently Potter put down the tonga One custom the Chines have which Job Printing. Spring'perm-Fourth Monday in March
,with a great deal of unnecessary clatter from the corner of his eye. lie came many members of the occidental race a certain city editor out in Chicago. lIe Fall rerm-Fourth Monday in October 1

and turned to the girL close beside her had sent u young! reporter to ask Mr. the BREVARD COllATY COURT
would find Do not the fact that at ADVOOATB
embarrassing Is that of forget -
"Fllomena," he said solemnly "be Vanderj) about( a railroad matter A. D.Penney.......... ............County Judlf1.
"The latest bulletin from the old fore another paying all debts on New Year's day. office, Titusvllle, we do job It. t,.Oaulden.... .. .. Prosecuting ,
is finished AttArney.
year shows\ him to be very feeble" be year I shall be Another peculiarity they have which which was tl.cn being; discussed. The printing of all kinds! neatly cheaply and' A.. A. Stewart ....... ...CountytJerL;
married I shall, be very happy and novice cuiue litttk and reported that expeditiously Letterheads, Notehencls, Spring Term-Second Monday In May
I+ we might; adopt to advantage la the Hummer Term Second
Monday In AuguaL
I you"- curiously frank one of offering their Mr. Vanderbilt would nat: nay a word. Billheads, Envelopes, Tags and all other Fall 1'erm-aecond Monday In November
Uer eyes suddenly filled with tears. small Tbe city editor, sftspectlng that hi* kinds. e Winter Term-Second Monday February' ,__ .
vices for
V II "Don't! she said weakly. the year: with sale a clean so they record.may start One agent had nuC gone about the Interview :New T_r'. Call COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. '
Potter looked at her R. E. Mime, Superintendent..Borwventtire.
searchingly l lu'a to accomplish the desired
WilY The custom of New Tear's calls once
hardly believes American sins would Members J. M.Dlxon,chairman,Tltunvlllf
then drew back his head and laughed. find a purchaser even if they were put result, began to "pump" bum: on so prevalent in Japan was Introduced R. N. Andrews, Cocoa; J. E, a ulta.eprucebluft,;
The girl's face grew bitter as she lis his manner of approaching the railway COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
Is
on a bargain sale counter. However into Holland it said by tbe Dutch
tened. king. "'Well," answered the .J. n. Walker, chairman TltiiRTllle; John R. > _
merchantmen who traded with
In Chinatown children Japan M1ot
are seen running Indlanol K. A. '
Conkllng, TllhuanJohn
"I: think you'd be happlef if | ;
: you through the streets crying "I wont to youth, "I told him the public wanted early in the fifteenth century. O. Jones Quay J. F. Bell White City. Hemilsessions a
knew who the lady was" be said to'know about this matter." are held flrst Monday In each rnonto.
sell little lies
"Whovants to
"You might at least ask her name." my or "Wouldn't be talk back then?" asked Older Them the Chl.e>... BUV AltO COUNTY OFFICERS.

M "Who-who !is she?" said Fllomena. buy my bad. temper and my vanity. the city editor. Older even than Chin, the oldest existing A. D.Penney, TltnsvlDe;....., ..County JudD '\!,
L. OauKlon, TitusvillB j.. .... .....Pros Alt?.
"You, my Lady Dlwdaln' Potter "No; be just! shook his head and said nation are the cliff dwellings of A. A, Stewart,Tltusvllle\ ,.. ......County Clerk
chuckled as he caught her iu his arms. Opaac' 'The !be '' southwestern' United States homes ofa J. F. Woolen. Cocoa,.... ... .. ....Tax ABKetnor
(public damned. respondedthe
E. W. Hall. T\tIJ8vllle.. ...... .. ....Tax ColleoUc
Ten minutes later she was the old Cures cold In 24 bourn If have :youth with xThlidlike and bland innocence. race whose very name has perished John Henry, Titnsvllle? .. ........Treasurer.
tl Fllomena. a you from the earth. Explorers, puzzling R. E. Mime Bonaventure.. 8npt.I'lIb.lnlt.

i kii1 'I "Ueally, Dave I haven't' said. :yet I'd that languid know,'what all-tired-out Is the matter feeling, and The autocrat of the city departmentlay ]; through 'the Mancos and Casa Verde J.J.'po O.'Brown Fries, ,TltuevtlieCountySurveyor Titueville..aherjf.\ : .
hardly you
marry :you she said. need a tonio Jo carry the fever breeding back alid gUHlIt'd.ltb a wave of canyons of Arizona and New Mexico W.8. Norwood Titnnville.Registration\

:Potter grinned. from the system Try Ooaao his hand he dismissed the dull reporter found the houses of this strange pea TITU8TILLK TOWN COUNCIL.
f "There are times when words are Tablets himself in the wildest and most inaccessible E.E. Rolllna. mayor; Van Worleyma..balan4tax pin
a few of them will make you aud he Wrote up/ the Incident ple collector R R.Pylee, clerk and treamirer. ; }
quite superfluous" he observed.. ; feel like a' new person. Try them for Which IKIS been mal] the effect la wonderful. Price antedate the of Morgan J. L. Carruthers. S. llrannlng mil
neuralgia the dwellers pyramids
addition til popular Bartlett.It .
1II' n.II.; Prltchard counoiluinn, The council meett
eril A New Year Sermon.', 25ots. For sale by lied Cross Pharmacy was an Insignificant "financial Egypt? Were they of blood relation to drat Tuesday io each month.

There can be only one way to have card" which first directed tbe ,attention the early Inhabitants of the land where TITUSVILLH BOARD. OF TRADE.

I a happy New Year, an4 this by doing VASTNESS OF RUSSIA. Of the newspapers to the l 520 per cent the Nile, !Is god Some'students lire G. M. Robbie.,president. ; J. M. Dixon trees '
nrer, J. O. Bast, .ecreta Meets second Wednesday
II' I good. I have often seen this recipe for fraud for which William F. Miller and prepared to answer both questions night In each month at their rooms

I 11Vifl I happiness: "Take ftjot of.good( nature, Sloe> Great Blae of. the Empire le NotGenerally Colonel Bob Aniinou* are now serving affirmatively and to give what Is to

plenty of fun mix; well together then necocnlaed.1'rw terms in! Sing Sing. The earliest mutterings them abundant proof. The pottery from 1". If you wan* to get the .V>A

I(1( once In awhile add asweet; sunny persons realize how vast Is thoU of street railway strikes In their> long wrecked homes! suggests i ifre&.'*a. biggest your labor return and for tht/ ptihr1,> ilbe

Smile It will make sunshine In the 4 of the Russian!! empire. Into that Chicago and Cleveland and other western Egypt, and the few Inscriptions found four grqund. .l'llells!!

gloomiest weather. enormous .country ;you could-put all of cities have been In diminutive"ads. have similar suggestions; Mummies .>*5s,':w you can't afford i 'f'I"I'

This Is very much like telling a man aon.ltussiun'Europe' and yet only take ." calling for men to be motonnen bodies wrapped In cloth, feathers- from h.iNf/. ptaotanythi.g but + % .

y' .who wants a fountain In his front up a little more than one-eighth of the and conductors. Charles Watson the breast of the turkey have been dug

l !y'I yaM to build a reservoir, fill It with czar's domains. Then ;you could add Meade In Bookman from burial places among the cliffs and JFEPRYSEEDS

y'e I water and make,the proper connection the United States, Including .Alaska In bone and hair much unlike the Indian .

with his fountain. This will do .as mid still have almost' 'enough territoryleft of today there Is a hint of resem-' '

long att the supply of water in the reservoir to place Canada In. In fact the Has Stood tIle Test 25 Tears, blance to a. more oriental type. It the

AI "XOCB LAST otrrnuMT*BKAOHKD MB AT lasts, but what will become of Russian empire compi'laes ono-Beventh cliff dwellers left any. descendants, .-teat.tbe standard They always after produce years'

1 0&50". the fountain when the reservoir Is emp. of the( land surface of the globe. The old original GROVE'S Tasteless however remote they are doubtless the .the largest and surmitorops

l"A7 old. MPuls weak respiration scarcely ty? To have a fountain one must have Though not comparable In extent of >Chill taking.Tonic.It l Is Iron You and"knowwhat quinine In you a tasteless are Mokl and Zuni Indians, who resembling ,them., All Our daalera 1UHeed Mil

g perceptible. The poor old chnp la ;inn Inexhaustible source of water sup territory' with the empire of the czar; form. Na cure no pay, COcts. at the them In habits and appeirance. tn on Annual nquMt.DKTROIT. .

so worn out bo will last but t enty- ply So long as one has good nature the United States seems of enormous Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle, Fla are their closest kinsmen. CliIcuRoChronicle D.M. Ftsav 00.

fire minutes longer. Sort of melancholy and sunny smiles be may be happy, area when compared\ with .the Euro nn.. ... ."..'ON...._.

Isn't Is?" but what will he, do when these things pean countries other than Russia. .. -

j The girl was silent! : give out. as they 11re sure to do sooneror The state of Texas alone would take

f "Say Fit," be said with sudden 1m- I later? To bo continually happy one !In' Germany, Greece Holland and Switzerland \ .

ipulalveness, "I shall miss these heart must have an Inexhaustible source of and stilt) Lave room to spare. (' ,

[to heart talks before this( old fireplace supply and that can best be kept up Belgium would simply be lost in the .
by Maine wools In fact could put '
Awfully. continually trying to help other you

t "Inderd." sue said rather frigidly. people.-William ,Wlrt King, D. D., St two Belgium into the state of Maine!

i "Awfully" he repented. "A fellow Louis. and have a state left* as large as New

,i Rives up a lot when be marries doesn't Jersey ,\ NI I II ,

t.be," ninstlnsr In
Her chin raked from her palm and Among/ the old customs woof today Montana and Wyoming with enough 4.:,. ,

I she looked at him with steady disap cling most fondly to Is the one'of ring- territory left over tu take In Portugal. I I 1 \,. ,,'"

I ,proval. Ing the church bells at midnight, heralding Sweden would fit Into California,.with 4 ttr:,...

"Dou't look at me like that Fli. he the birth of tha, new year. lots of room to "pore,'ol1d Spain would l .

j said. "Between such old friends as Although the poetic figure of the 'almost, but not quite, fit Jnto' Nevada .. u'A:

t :you and me a bit of confession won't gray haired sexton pulling his bell with and Idaho. "i''''' ), .

be misunderstood." .' might and main In the belfry tower To uiake Spain comfortable we ,}J'

I "Did ;you bring the J letters?" she asked has been supplanted by the flu de slocl should bave to borrow 4,000, square .i'11,, "

I quietly. Individual who, snug and warm sits at miles from Arizona but that would, "\,'

"Yes." be. said.\ a keyboard and reels off the music with till leave Arizona enough territory to .''J.', ; !\

; He delved into a bulging pocket and as much ease as though playing "Hon take In Italy leaving,out Sardinia. /1\:' ,.', It,, '

brought forth a packet of old letters ey musk" In the parlor the sentiment As for the British Isles we could ';:".;., '

that gave evidence of much handling. lingers, and listening to the mellow stow them away la New Mexico 'and 4'"i *tt t- -I'> :'

lie laid them on his knee. chimes cleaving the frosty air, one have 'land to spare afterward. The This Is the anti-friction! roller bearing used In all the

,. "Here they are" lie said. bears the singing lii unison of- dual empire of Austria-IIungary wouldbe '.I. Walton Blocks, which !is pronounced the finest In the world. ;

1 "Put them in the !fire" she said shortly. Rung out the shapes of foul disease, more difficult matter to deal with ,'1\':"" .' .o' .*( "' .'rl! iI.

Ring out the narrowing lust of cold; and In order to give It elbow room we J 1.
Ring out the thousand wan of old. should leave to devote tbe states of '
lie looked at them ; ,
tenderly Ring la the thousand of : 'f '
year. peace. '
"I shall keep them until nest 1fdQn.t Colorado and Oregon to It and then rt
year ,; A
-New York Tribune. '
borrow 43,000 square miles from Washington ;
you mind, he said "It's only NEWJNYENTION. ,
which would still leave Wash ". .
minutes be added. '
twenty you know Part I
r "As you like" she said Let the, Dead Go. ington room In which to put tbe king. \ '- I .

"They are ripping old letters," he One of the secrets of right living la dom of Servla! and have enough leftover '*

., ..asserted. "No one could ever write a letting that go which absorbs our en- for a fair! sized state. Recently Patented all [Over .the''WorId.,

'letter like Fll." ergies and retards our progress. 'Ve The kingdom of Uoumanlu could be .
you '
should let our unfortunate past'experi "t'
"; Ho, untied the string1 that bound place Arkansas, with about 8,000
t ithem and ran hastily through the en- ence drop Into the world of oblivion. square miles to spare nUll Bulgaria The Walton.

t '('velopes."Here's. We should never recall a disagreeable would have more than h room In .
t memory or mistake unless It be to arm
I the one you wrote me front 1 Oklahoma .r -. ml I ,
ourselves against falling Unto further '
in
Turkey's possessions Europe are
"
j t .Venice .he her said.look-"LlstenrDespite of anger he pulled 'errors. If the past torments and haunts about as large 09 Missouri, and Nor SelMockiDg Tackle Block. :\
;
you cut It off sharply as If with a .
the letter from the envelope and read; way could be placed In the two Dakotas -
knife. Do not allow Its shadow to
with lots of room left over. The
Dear Old Dave-Tour last outburst darken your present or/' rob :your future pieces left over: from tho various states load-holding block Is madeIn var-
.reached me at Genoa. "Never! (oa the ry
1 !persecuted herolre In the melodrama of Us pOll lbllltlt>.. Profit by the lessons and territories mentioned would be .our shapes and sizes, of WOOD, IRON .::

(.shrieks) "Never! You'll thank me for It has taught but do not mo'rbldly more than enough to make an area aa and BRONZE. Will work equally well "\
,mil this some /flay wben you meet the one brood over them.-B. R. Martin In
large as Denmark and the other odds with rope chain or wire rope. .'
'and only Her for wasting- all this Ink and Success. '
paper in writing you a refusal from every and ends of non-Kusslun Europe ,not I' Will work at bight upside down '
any ,
.p
stoppingplace.. Why will you propone In mentioned. I .
very letter Davy I have tilled twenty- Ne tv. Year BoT raae.; lint 1C we did' net want to spare so horizontally, or at any angle and will :" ,

live sheet with 'no'." and hereafter To make ginger. puuch tot tweDt,. much territory of the western states W e atop.and lock at any point ',p..'
when you ask me again shall apply! malt
five Into
people u preuervfng kettle
put
''you one of these sheets. and territories, we could economize by Invaluable. every kind of business' .
one quart of cold water one cupful of
i He paused and looked at her. sugar, thre-toul the of pound qf Canton placing/ Germany France, Italy and where a block in needed, frequently saving -

"Well, you rang thank me now" sun ginger chopped, and tour table- Belgium up In Alaska and the British the labor of one man or more., /
\ Isles could be distributed: among the)
said with h sorry attempt at levity. upoonfulsK of giutior: sirup. Boll twenty Notl.lnfj lIke It for hanging or stretching -
r Hawaii and Porto Rico,-
"I'm not so sure I want to," he said. mlnutea. Add one of Philippines,
cup orange juice wires.
)if I "Dave! There was sharp reproof iu and halt a cup of Jem"bn Juice. Cool Washington Post.Don't ,
't her voice. J Address all communications to the}
train and pour into the punch bowl
". "Dou't misunderstand me. ;'m not with cracked Ice and of !
one quart
Neglect Your '
Kidneys II iqI Walton Block Go.
to to Self-Locking
: disloyal her. Only""I apolltnaris water adding till latter ,
wouldn't explain" sbe said coldly. gradually. Or they will loon undermine yourheatb.
L ? t
.
He put the letter back iu the envelope Those backaches, swollen feet, spots before I (Incorporated.) ,

and drew out another. California Prune,Wafers. your eye and especially the general Office and Wareroom, 404 Atlantic Ave. ,
d "Here Is one from Home," he said. '4 ''II
1 "Ah. yen! This Is tbo one simply filled Tbe great tonio cathartic, an Invaluable worn oat feeling lathe morning, are aura i Near Kowe'a Wharf, Elevated Station.

cure for malaria biliousness constipation sllUlof kidney trouble. Irviog's Bucho BOSTON
MASS.
with 'no's, Fll. you have given me more jIi I r
nervousness" oatarrh of the Wafers cleanse the blood build the
misery than other OR
any woman ever has stomach bl. breath
oily skin sleeplessness walls of tbs Sample Blocks can be at the AD-
shrunken seen
or ever can give me. wind and all 'liver, stomach and kidneys, removingtha
"You'll forget It in your new happl- bowel trouble. 100 Wafers Sitets. For cause and the pain with It. Sold at VOOATB offlce/TUusvIlle;and at the store
of S. B. Babbard A Co. JacksonvilleCall -
ntes4" ells said. sale by Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. boots a box by Bed Cross Pharmacy. and see these blocks working,


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EAST COAST: ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 30, 1904. ';; 3

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Professional Oarda. IN card THE County CIRCUIT; Florida COURT In IN Chancery AND FOR; IRS Doug Hats oamrMt, for IntXIcAtJJI; "

-I New Year's though eaWJpar th) <' editor nlwa. h
Mary> IC.A. Uorr( .uw,All $pgit5 ,
;
BOBBINS executrix and aw wile wrote the perfjjt>,ctop) falsehood wh,* ,
M. Legatee; under the will reined to bgnJfreaKM l due "
to
the ilthut '
GEO. Ij"
of Aaron, A.Degrauw,} Bill to ForeolnnaMortgage. IIY Old \\
Day cfiy/kept
AND COUNSELOR dooeama, "our : remarkably: ao'nma
4.TTORNBT V8 ( (?
AT-LAW. Wesley B.Rtout, et al throughout-!, the TJiW cbcjgrful" New oeeuslan.Yenr's day" ; C'IIl'rlng li .J I)

Notice to Kon-ltealdeuM. ,
I Will practice In State and United State To Wesley B. Stout and his wife' Mary E. New York ; -
Court. Stout, of Mean Grove, cute of New Jersey i Url Arid And GravelAre
Blltabeth M. Stout of fuoh
Arbor near Asbury
IRrkNewJersey R.Tenltroeck caused by the kidneys being unableto
; Stout and his
at TITC : FLA.
Office, ; ,VILLB, '!wife Jlena Stout of Lakewond,New Jersey. E\V YEAR'S day In Hew Amstenlum properly filter the Impurities from the

You aTe hereby required to appear to the Bill wns! a day ot good blood. Irvlng's/: Buohu Wafers are the

G-fULDEN, of above Complaint entitled cause herein,on tiled or before against the you 6th In day the of ,_ cheer of noisy fun of rude only sure remedy for this condition; they At Nome Cure RheumatismT
D February,as)05. hospitality. The sober! older clounae the kidney from all Woln-out

ATTORNET-AT-LAW The EAST COAST ATWOCATB,a newspaper pnb- citizens material, build up the shrunken wall of relief t quieting the pain
sturdy figures, richly and Hnt snlphur bath give once
llshed at Tltu vllln. Florida Is herehv dinlensted the kidneys and prevent the formationof ofRheum.Nsms.dGout. The nlphurtrtmciitrxterna. .
as the newspaper. In which this order shall l be warmly clothed, walked, slowly muolc Acid hold ftOotn < diseases. Hut the mnd
Will practice In all the Court of the State the Uric a hot:: by; and Internet will see.bath of three terrible sulphur
and the United States Courts published once each week for four consecutive. Ing, to the fort to render New Year's Red Urosarharmacy'I'huaville: be In such form that it can be ebiorbed br the yicm. The only ptvparetioa
|at:Florida, .... weeks. wishes to the officer \ sulphur ever. discovered that can be absorbed by the kin and by the dlge*.
of the
1'.0 Box,30. T1TO8VUJJB! FLA. yrl.tn81l!! iyllni1"1 the seal of sail Court, garrison ttve organs
.the 17th day; of December,A. U. loot | and then to the White hall by the The .Tramp's..New Year. UHancock's
,
WEBB (seal) A. A HTKWART Battery to do the governor the same The new year comes Aim I I"Why
J. Clerk of said(' mutt the ,
F. on It. honor. Ever since old :year pa.e
By O. A.8'TEW: A RT, daybreak a nolser It knows me corns me; stillI
ATTORNEY'P-LA W 1114' Deputy Clerk.D. element had revelled up and down the have no heart no will Liquid Sulphur f fIt
.I.Qauldnn,Sollclfor for Complainant. narrow lanes, and by the banks of the To meet the new :year; so
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th I canal (now Broad street shouting Why: should not I. too 8'0
),
It
orrtita that *
I*Italan't lirtatftl Orrmitridt Bach a cure w* pwnrnnfo
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-re ldentl greetings, beating drums With the old :year's dyingbreath' IC".l.J'Uld"'ft'.IlIIlIJ'WOnn. : ...*, niphthcrta.
Master's Sale.UNDER firing mus- to cure l .
Into
j and rent and accounts collected.I kets the night of death Catarrh Cancer, sore Mouth sad ThroatCuU;: *** cf the scalp.
blowing horns
shaking "rum- fr *..1. tg all ", .I>l. ..rttpguU.Hancock's .
I TrrusvTLLB, \ FLORIDA: AND HY VIRTUE OF bling pots" and drinking rivers of beer Old year, I loved you not) Liquid Sulphur Ointment
A
FINAL
The path 1* not forgot *
;
,in foreclosure, entered In the Clr- till the human population was! up and The thorns, the treacherous light l"rflI.rect pectally for Bum*,Scald*,Open Borce,Chafed Part.Haw.Surf act*.
' D. PENNEY, cull Court, for the Seventh Judicial' CIrcuIt dressed and out of doors while all the That oft deceived my slab >Boll Piles, .or Far, and Hand a.ulallllklD Diseases,
of Florida,
'A In and for Brovard county,In a write for booklet on SIC curative and toilet sees of sulphur,
,, cause therein depending, wherein Alary E. 8. pigs and poultry that on other days The way was cold old year,
_;
'.111" Md.
SULTHUR CO.
HANCOCK "'
De 'rauw All executrix of the estate of and a* serenely ,roamed the streets were scuped And misty, wild and drear. LIqUID
ATTOKNET-AT-LAW, 101..18J1'atee uncjar; tbe will of lanm A,Dnirrauw, Tie well the time la nigh
decoarwd." 1*complainant nd Kate. M. IMwuon, Into the flelds. A group of young When :you and I may die.
| TlTOSVILLB:, FLORIDA. .., al., are. defeudani. I.al cttieolal Mauler In burghers, with some clumsy firearm, a

| Will practice In'all'the courts of the 7th. Court Chancery Home,will door/ sell at at TI nubllo tu.,me a..le.., Florida In front between of the nophance or a murtherer hull" gone Of Sweet love memorle and song. and old year.cheer .. 01.1,1: : jJ.ullfltNDL\'R: : f01EY5HIDNEYCURE

Judicial Circuit., the bidder'legal for hour cash of sale the",6th to the flay highest of February and.A.D.bent from door to door of each corbel roofed Will fondly live for :you op. t eco\i.ih ua llae> ae><...<. Mtskoe Kidneys and Bladder "'Ollt I

DUB\ the name being tbe Unit Mommy. tu Mid house, firing blank volleys, gathering And *onr* ringthrough the new. ... _.
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month, and the following. described recruits drinking more beer till all repaired But I, unsung shall pass
G' A. FROST real entatesltuatedln the county of Mrevard. Even as withering ..ra.., AVANT
will. State of old Florida or\10 much thereof. a* to Beekman's swamp to fire ata And leave behind old year, IF YOU A...
ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW, satisfy decree and oosts, to-wit i target. A laugh perchance a tear
All Lots t and B,of Section M. In Township 31, Near the blacksmith's shop was a :Buffalo New -- a
Will practice in all tho Courts of the 7th South Range 39 Cast except ten acre off the v .
south side of said lot, heretofore oonveynd by till larger group, with farm carts and
Judicial Circuit.; \ the parties of the Bret Part to 8enborn Jones. by clumsily saddled horses. They were For Kew Yea DI.....
.. .. deed recorded In lined hook "1'."on page 341,02 Consomme. .Building) Lot '
TIT0SVILLK:, FLORIDA. the record of Urevard county,Florida,oontaln- chiefly younkers, farm servants and ..
lug 118 acres. young women from the neighboring: Baked Fish with Sauce Piquant.RoMt ,l:if* .
Duck with Oyster or Celery Sauce ,
Also I.otl.! of Section 13. Township 32, South '
E. FOSTER, Range 39 East,containing-acres, farms. The Dutch vrouws waddled Currant Jelly. Hcltled leaches
STEPHEN Also, oomm..nolnr on the Range line 8I.TS: along in gay colored petticoats, furred Grape Fruit. or a lot with a BUILDING BEADY FOR OCCUPANCY.; t'':
chain north of southwest corner of Beo'lon 7. cornet Boiled Turkey or Ret Pig. f
coats purple high
ATTOKNEYiAT-LAW aprons caps .
Township South Mixed Pickles.Chopped LAND FOR AN GROVE;
Range 40 Cast at tbe land Crab Apple Jelly. ORANGE .
line of U. B LaR or love hoods. with silver cbalnll'and "
/. Jyal-UpohurchJBulldinK: ). Jai:, more or lese to the Indian River, thence run clasps.: Oyitere. 'I'INEAPl'J.E PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN.
North along the bank of said Utter 00 to
JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. the I..Ddlill.. of land formerly owned by yard W. K. And here was going on a characteristic :'apar&8'\lWhlt. and Sweet. Ve probably have for sale Just what you are seeking.
Sanders, thence East to Atlantic Ocean, 47 Potato Turnip OnionsCelery.
Dutch sport for New Years day
chain more or less thence Southerly. along the Apple Salad. Apple Pie. Settlers are (looking 'In but itlll there is 1'1'0001. It you are;
S. BITRNHAM, M. D. Ocean each to sai.I R. H.Laltoohe's line, being a sport frowned on by Governor Btuy- Mince Pie. Plum PuddingIce .
N, opposite to the point of commencement then. resent and made the cause of one of *and Cream Fruit. Nuts looking this way, drop a line to
West along said line 84.0O chains to point of beginning Flee RaUlni. Crackers and Cheeea,
the most absurd in his comic
,being part of Lot 8, Section 12: Township episodes
SURGEON and SPECIALIST; Coffee. ,
82: .South Range 3D JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vloo p.ldent"
tout and of Lot 3 and career. It wa "riding for the goose. ,
.
Ear, Nose and Throat. *,Section 7,Township 33,South Range 4O sent, Th. .
containing !tn acre more or less, with all Old T...'* Death. FLORIDA EAST COAST B'Y,
WBST'' PALM BEACH, .. FLORIDA riparian right, JdHN Yes the year Is growing old.
HENRY, And hi* eye I* pale and bleared. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

D L. Qauldeo, Soeolal Muter In Chancery. Death with frosty hand and sold --- .. .-.-- .. ._".. --
HOUG ETON'S, Attorney for Complainant, '108Sheriff' Plucks the old man by the beard.
DR. Sorely, IIOnl,..

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS Sale.UNDER Through wood and mountain paawa. Florida Oranges and Grapefruit
,1
the'4Dentos The winds like anthem roll.
on They are chanting solemn mauves
AND BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECU-
Now on TUB INDIAN RIVER. Issued out of the Circuit C..ur.fnr Singing, "Pray for" this poor soul. 1
Hrevard win ty In a cause therein pond- Pray, pray. AVoiD EARLY VKOKTAnr.E WANTED BY
ng,wherein li. H. Holiuea. All cashier, I* plain- .From "Mldnlftht Ma** For the DylnrYear :
The Largest and Most Com- tilt and J. f. Set. wa the defendant, I havelevied ," Longfellow
upon and will sell at public outcry to the '
ilgheat and best bidder tot cash. In front of the Ma : M. OJ.arl '
mats Establishment South. Court HouSe" door at Tltuavllle Florida,during The Hew Ye .'. .'.t., SOrl.: ;
the hour of II a m.and S p. m., on the Unit Ring out the old ring In the new
6EO. S. HACKER & SON Monday In January. A. D. IDOft, the following King happy bells across the snow. 110 Murray Street, New York. '
described real estate of situated in the County of The year I I. going' lt him go.
Brevard aid State Florida to-wit i Ring out the false, ring In the true. """"""""" "" """"*
First, Tlie tract of four and on.b..lf(4. %)acre" ''I u ,

i described Jrevard County InHook Records"L" of, the Dee'North*. at line pop being iliKi: Ring out the care, the want the ln. Member of the National League of Commlislon Merchants of the United States. I,

9.79 chains and 115 feet. South the line between = The faithless eoldne of the time.; '
I -
LoU three and four of Section 2tt, Township !M 4i& 1 Ring out ring out my mournful Stencils and Quotations,Cheerfully, Furnished" \
k>utb. Range 86 Cast. and 200 feet .
a strip rhyme
In width,extending\ fronr.tue being Indian River to But ring the fuller minstrel In. ._ __"" .." .. _. ._...__ .. __ I
the West line of Lot Four, and bounded North -Fr"" "Tn Memorlam." T .
nnyoiw
by land now or formerly. of Fisher, and South
by; land now or formerly of J O.po<*..ll.Sewmd. F. :RuMman & Co.
All that part of the Southwest quarter Opnac
of the Southwest quarter of Section Wt,
Township 24 South Range 311 Jaet!: lying South Cures a cold In 91& hnnr. Congh ,broncliltlM 241( Washington St. I NEW YORK.

i.' of I r Third.the land Commence of Lupus Clayton at the Northwest. comer of catarrh" 1 la grippe neuralgia and U3 Murray Street.: J J N. Y.
ms the four andone-half acre parcel of land first headache, together with all peeverlsh
above described. and run west along the South' conditions of the SYAtem: They gently!: "
line of Andrew J. Matthews to the Right ofWayof
the bowels without griping' act on
the 11'. E. C. Rr..Co.I thence Southeasterly open
.along said Right or-way to the North line of J. the liver, tone up the system and cause Oranges Pineapples .
MANUFACTURERS OF 4>.Powell' land,now owned by Mr. Sarah H. colds, fevers, and headache to dlnsppear ,
Smith i toence K.t: e t too the Southwest corner of !like mntfo. They do not oanae ringing
the first described parcel. thence North to the
( In the hesri. Price 2nts.( For sale by '1'
Doors Sash Blinds. place! of beginning.
Florida Fruits Our
and Specialty.
Fourth A 11 time part of the Northwest quarter Heel Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle, Fla.
of the Southwest quarter of Section ',8, .

Moulding & Building Material Tuwnehlp24Luuth South of the land of. Range U: C.;McGlnnl M East, which and North lie. N' .w Venr It.solWlo.s.Don't We represent several of the largest shippers In your State,and wish to represent

of tie Powell or Smith land and West of the swear fit mid ilou't swear on. i iI
Office dr Warerooma. Xing, opposite Rlgbt-of-way of the F.E U.Ky.Co.1B4 ;yon also. Give us a trial shipment. Established' HO years
It want to stop quit. Don't go
Cannon Street.Charleston you
JOS. P. DROWN Sheriff
8M4TqBIlfO AT TUB BUD OF. A OOO8B. whining around because. you are out of -..-- -- ---- -- -. -- ..- .- .,
s. C. luck. The man who In always lookingfor i ESTABLISHED: ; I J.'I". "r
JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at Blacksmith Jorla bad set up In front of I \
luck never finds It. The most successful
(
this office at reasonable rates. Give Ills shop two stout poles ten feet apart
luck
Sash Weights Cord am men on earth spell this
a share of work. connected with a strong crossbar Ileminb have & i
us your way-"work., you M. Lane Son
twenty feet from the ground. From
Hardware ---- --- -'- this bar bung tiring goose tied firmly only'nbout forty years to succeed In, ,
BO don't waste time In moping and envying -
by the legs, just over the head of amounted
Window and' FancYGlaff'A'SPEOIALTY. rider. The sport consisted In the other fellow. When you 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK. J '
r have crimped and pinched and starvedto
i riding at full speed between the poles save the first $1,000 you will see luck
at the bead of the goose
and snatching Southern Fruit and Produce
fingering the lutcbstrlng. trying to decide
r to bear the head away from the body
After
I Iu whether to come In or not.
or to tear the whole bird away. As the
had been thoroughly greased and the first 910,000 you will not care a rap

TAKE al f goose fluttered wildly this proved no. easy you whether are in luck poverty comes luck in for or not the success.Sal >Vblle. OOJC.tQ..1ss1on: ::: :: )( ::rcharsta.: ,

csE'z task. fellow Is In capitals LUCK.(. When
Here was a Dutch tar, a pirate per- FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
when are
accomplished
,- you bate, you
i from
WI "lEOI1 g haps. blustering with schnapps independent LUCK goes back to low.er

Cruger's tavern bawling out that he case-luck-In type too small to be Stenolls, Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
could catch aloft better than .nlaDeI-
seen. Tbere never lived a successfulman _._ .. I
i -
lubber. And with his flapping trousers who attributed his success to lack

CARDUI crimson sash, cutlass, earrings and there never' was an unfortunatewho Fo fOLEYSIIONEYAmSfAR fOLEnIfONEARDfAIt

J and pigtails, he mounted a shaggy didn't-New York: Press. .. .. ..
jhQ Osrea Oel4ai Prevent Paevmenl lw.A/4dte -, saw ewtaseeTOX3 .
i Dutch pony and rode clattering at the ., ..."
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AT HOME poles and the fluttering goose. But the ....!.. ... Tl>.. .-...... -- -

:.a Ill broken cart ]horse promptly threw' The naaral observatory' at Washington ...aavoa.o.-a.-.uo: OJ7"FOm:

C'o&& him to the frozen ground as be rose on evVtry.; ew Years ... sends out '
lQ In his. stirrups to catch the /:0" OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Are you a sufferer t swaying by telegraph/ a aeries of time signal to .
slippery *ooee, and shouts of laughter mark the exact Instant of the beginning --. .

Ha your? doctor begirt unsuccessful () greeted him a* he rose scowling and of the new year for each of the c .H: -.dg. s. :et. 'C' ::b.I.E: &. OO

/ !: I threatening. four great standard time belts or Boned ... .

Wouldn't you prefer to trot = ;; .0 Governor (of the United Htates. These signal 11. Ii ail W, Bar .... JACKSONVILLE. .* FLA.4CJLLQT8 .

yourself- AT HOME!! ? IL! na.r are exactly the same as those sent oat

have Ing along on his sliver banded wooden daily at noon bet begin at 11:55 p. m..

bought Nearly;Wine 1.500,000 of Cardui women from fD Leg and try to force an unwilling rattle mean time of the ..nnt7- tth meridian Vihi4W5AcxpRr5s (

their druggist and have cured t watch to spoil the sport by arresting west from Greenwich Dec81.. ,

themselves at home of such 1i s'Et the noisiest men and "prevent "more and end at midnight, eastern standard ZPRCPAID

trouble. as periodical, boaring i sin, debaucheries and calamities. time. The same series Is sent oat again 2ve

down and ovarian pains Joucorrheea < m w F Here Is a part of one of Governor exactly an hour later ending at mid-

barrenness, nervousness 0 0CIJ Btayvesant's proclamations: "Whereas night, central standard time; again

dizziness nausea and'des jOl1d- Experience has taught na that on New ending at 2 a. m., for midnight of

ency! ,caused by female weakness. ) = Year's Day and May Day from the FirIng mountain standard time, and aalo.endinll' ,

These are not easy cues. c' the Planting/ of Maypoles midnight of Pacific
when the 'E of Guns at 8 a. m.. for
of Cardui
Wine doctor can't.Wine cures cg r: and Drunken Drinkers there has re- coast standard time. rblladel-

irritate Kt:1 salted unnecessary waste of powder pbla Prese. e
of Carded does not > / I ''
tbe There is no pain and much Intoxication with the bad
in the treatment. It is a soothing O N ""1 practices) and bad accidents thereforeWe Hew Y.'Stkl.ss I. r_._. 1M tj i

tonic of healing herb, free from expressly forbid any firing of gun In France the children do not bang _

strong and drastic drags. It is 1s '< or beating of drums" etc. np their stocking on Christmas, but iiw

successful because it cores in a i It .Is quite plain that excellent reasons on Sew Year's eve. These are not filled

natural way. tD 3 caused the prudent old governor's by Banta Claus, but by' the Christ

Wine of Cardni can be bought Irritation and Intolerance for three Child. He come. with a whole convoy

from your druggist at $1.00 thi a lI"i weeks of every midwinter at these holIday of angels to help him carry the gift
bottle and begin
treatment today.you can Will you try it? ) g times were so given over to boll- which, be bring to make the little onfcappy !9 ;Il e 1

!Ii day observance that the courts did not Tbe latter do not enter the

I. sawreq Lflae'Mael dlreelosat NC $ sit, public ofllce' were closed and u> parlor) where:the stockings: are hang,
.UF-The .,Cb.tt.oo.sa Tb.L.du.elen.oy jj J J Important business could be transacted. until each one has knelt before tbe father -

M.d .... Co., CbaMaaooca, Tsaat The newspapers of Jan. 2. 8 and 4 of tbe:family and received: bU
Agents for the Pabst Urewlng, Co.:
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; : ;1 t BAST COAST ADVOCTE, DECEMBER 30. 1004.I e .

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1 f President; .. WM. M. BBOWH Vice.
DEER. JAMES.! PBITCHABD. Prealdta
KIND GREETINGS TO AlL. ALIENS FOR THE SOUTH. RAISE WINSTON S. BSANKING, Cashier. ;,

EAST COAST ADVOCATE "1 Y soon become
as common
Venison may
.' Christmas baa passed by and the Plan for lli';Bettor Distribution .< Immlgemtitt is I beef In the markets and much cheaper INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

..WXBKLT JOXrmBAJ.0BVOTOD TO Tll DBVBbOVMBHT New Year will soon be with us. IB the Sontb.An unless the trust should Ret: controlof
Or Tar rants *rW, IAWOBTK .11:. We take extreme pleasure ln-wisb- Important conference was held I the product, say the Brooklyn Eagle. 1

:AVD>.u CAT..BAT SBOTIOHi.PUBtlSHBD leg everyone all the complimentsof yesterday at the Bureau of Immigration: For some It enterprising Is Just beginning: folk that deer to dawn may on be COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

: EVERY FBtDAT.CBABX.BS the season, with fervent hopes Commissioner the parties of It General being Frank of,Immigration P. Sargent,, raised with lea cure and cost than any Authorized capital, $I00 t Co.

that they will seize the first oppor- and a delegation of railroad men, representing other animal the flesb of which la used r- Paid up capital $25,0008
allow themselves to be of for food. The Idea was doubtless suggested ....1' 1 ,
l : : H. ""WAITOH, Editor & Publisher tunity to ) the passebger; departments last winter by numerous paragraphs ,[ Average deposits, $200ooo|
the crest of the railways of the South The conference
carried along on which went the rounds of the I
f undoubted prosperity was bold for the purpose of dlftcusMng bow herds of 2,000 or -;;;.
o
ware
aIn writing to the ADVOCAIB far informs the distribution of Immigrant The preus, describing Transacts a General Baililg
l
lion ok ny kind,tlia writer will oblige by endow which is now sweeping over the railroad men present were: A. II. Hanson S.OCMldeer at various places in Pennsylvania M
age sUmpe&kddroiMod envelope. county of Brevard. of the Illinois Centrel!; C. I.. Stone New Jersey and elsewhere had because Business
turned loose by their owners ,
l i the Louisville and Nashville JohnM. been
L Thia is the season for good of ; in their P
1, Discontinuance of artvts most b*made per Bean, of St. Louis; W. L. Danlev, of the animals were starving i
resolutions of every conceivablekind Inclosures. It deer could be raised so Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rr
i ally at this office or by'writing. Nashville\ ; W. II. Taylor and M. V. !
herds seemed to 1
fully ripened"and predigested easily as these great
Richards, ()i the Southern\. Railway; W. Exchange bought and sold on all
but let it be remembered by J. of 'the Atlantlo Coast Line; have been raised, why not breed them r01111:11:
eto., be made payable to CaAKLjun. Craig, Countries.
Obeoll. mar \
cattle
or sheep are
WALTOIT,publisher. those who'"pledging run away and Oeo. H. Smith, of New Orleans; W I* for market, just as ) + w ks -..
Glessner of the Georgia Southern, and bred PW. ,' ,, appreciated. .
Patronage Prompt service,
, live to pledge another day, that Hornaday director of the New ph *
T ,treatment and favor consistent
Florida, and J. W. White, ot the Sea every with_:!
I BOSTON OFFICJt-Tae: EAST. COAST. ADVOOATB every man is his own Santa Claus, board Air LIDe.Prlmarll" York Zoological Park, Is the first to ,s normative- banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS .
I has opened an office at i Atlantic avenue, and the empty stocking danglingin the railroad men desired to formulate the idea that In would be Vi :
iI Boston, which will be In charge of Mr, Claude the is himself, whichis consider with Commissioner Sargont: the easier, pleasanter and more profitable to Phoenix National Bank If. y.Empire Tn.I
doorway Company N. Y.. Atlantlo National
for market than it Is to raise
raise venison ?
0.Walwn. distribution the South of Im migrants Vkd Jacksonville MlJT.
filled by his good or bad deeds ; through y a Jacksonville, via
arilvlng at the port of New Orleans mutton. Indeed, a sanguine temperament
Address all communications to so let no man in the future grum- and If possible, to arrange for after listening to Mr. Uornaday's ".r TUSVILLE, FLA.
.. (EAST COAST ADVOCATE:, ble at what he deems his luck, facilities for the handling of a large discourse on the subject, might: even
t TITOIYII4.B TtoatDA.O. : Good pledges are like wine ; bad number of Immigrants at that port. Mr. conjure up visions of the baffled and
i .- like Sargent told his callers that such faelll- i beaten beef trust being thrust into DIES. :OC> JE3BX3r'TS; O
ones eggs bankruptcy on the horns of myriads of
: ties as were necessary would be pro. (Successor to Dobbins Bros.)

Weather. S. .Department Bureau of-Jupiter Agriculture, Fla. A CANVASS by the New York vlded already at had New been Orleans given;that to consideration the facilities graceful"There bucks.Is no gainsaying 'the fact lacertain G--'D" '1'
Times of the popular vote at the there, and that the question was In'a i species of deer placed within ,Badges, Checks Door Numbers, Stencils, Trunk and Locksmith Supplies.
fair way to be worked out satisfactorily. large loolosures Increase with phenomenal REPAIRING OK! GUNS AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTY
Thefollowlntfis a comparative statement Presidential election, com plots except rapidity and can be killed profitably Gun and Revolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired,
of temperature and rainfall for the as to one county in Tennessee nunsAU OF INFORMATION! for the market," said Mr. Hornaday 224 Main IsU Jacksonville Fla/

i week ending Tuesday, Deo. 27' 1001. and four counties in Michigan, Commissioner Sargent embraced the the other day
'_ 1903 "And let right here that deerIn
1804 to outline to his callers his me lay
opportunity
', DAT. MAX. MIN. MAX. MEW. lot which estimates are' given, views regarding the distribution of Immigrants preserves are the only ones that are
21' 67 49 11 49 shows that President Roosevelt defeated not only through the South, Increasing In numbers.: At large the THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMP ANY/
22 74 60 68 62 Judge Parser\ by 2,546,169. but also through: other parts of the United ruthless hand of the hunter Js slowly .
A' P, 23' 75 08 f&: : 73 81 lIe polled the largest vote ever States. lie propones If Congress exterminating them. The only salvation"
813R 78 70,1'; 14 08 will him the to establish at For the species I the game preserve.
give power
:President the United Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
?''*, given tots "Will the ultimately
I 78 01 70 72 Ellis Island Immigrant station In New game preserve ; ,
26, 78 68 77 68 States-7,640,560. This was more York Bay, a bureau where arriving 1m yield to the ranch p' Well, that is for
i 27 78 7J: 68 45 than 400,000 in excess of the vote migrants may obtain authentic infor some captain of industry to. decide. Ian ..
Total rainfall for tbe week .08 cast McKinley In 1900. motion: regarding the possibilities of employ : only say' that deer can be herded :
Departure from normal rainfall for the men t la all parts of the country and prepared for market cheaper, than Vitrified, Paring and Sidewalk Brick.....
: week: minus .56 Inches. Departure Information will be obtainable at the I cattle"
j ; from normal rainfall since January 1, THE man who will discover an bureau concerning not only all sorts of In England there are hundreds of Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No.20,1
i plus, 8,07 Inches. .. employment which Immigrants are I deer in private parks which are killed
HAL. P. HABDIIT, Observer. everlasting roofing compound will likely to want, but also concerning the and sold in the market. They are, bred J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager
.. reap a fortune. Progress has cost of lands In the various State, where ;for profit as well as-ornament.A .
-- -- been mi. de along this line, but It la located, and what Its products' are. I

THE NEW YEAR. there! is room for Improvement. It U Commissioner Sargent's idea that Thousand Dollar's Worth of The Oldest, Established Grain and Seed House In the State

The best of shingles begin to de. States desiring Immigration be Invited to. Good.A. ..
make of their products and advantages
Hera'l a Happy in, New Year. ISuo"hlr's J cay when exposed to the elementsfor displays In the bureau and If deemed IT. Tburnes a'well known coal operator t+Yi4t tt '
I the sk,
y Join the throng fifteen years, while other material desirable, to have agents at the bureauto of Buffalo, 0., writes: "I have beenifflicted TJ'm.:: AY Sours. : &i Co.I
t+ And swell the song shows signs of failure in supply the immigrants, under the direction with kidney and bladder trouble
That oomei a-rtoaUu by.
: of United States officers, such for years, passing gravel or atones with
less time. A leaky roof it a con GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
I relief from
excruciating pain. got no
Wear smile far strangers' | detailed data as may be needed. ,
,
q i, Welcome aU yer. kin| stant annoyance, and patching The Commissioner Informed his callers medicine until I began taking FoleysCldney ,
...
And Carre"lv.a t ', short-lived make-shift. that be hoped by the adoption of [ Cure then the result was sur- Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers!
4 A few doses started the brick ,
i To.folki that happen in., this plan to break up, to some extent at
{ last like fine stones and now I have no Mum
least the alien colonies now forming la
With we all that thirteen e'r' room rya 206 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Catalogue .
may prosper THE
*,j. In wbate'er. we do i : announcement New York and In other large; cities, particularly pain across my kidneys and I feel like anew
have lost their ]lives man. It has done me a$1,000 worth
said
An we mustEr young men cities In the East. lIe Free. Warehouses
on tracks of S,A. L. R'y and A. C.L.Ky.Jacksonville's .
,
Help eaoh'll the others lust through. from 'football this season may that he regards these colonies as they )1 good. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy.

suggest to somebody that perhapsIt are being constituted at present, as un-
American In principle and dangerous In WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS
I would be worth while sometimesto
A HAPPY NEW YEAR. practice, whereas If the Immigrants Store
when the best Self-Lock Fancy Fruit
institute an investigation with a could be distributed somewhat evenly you can buy ,
view'of locating the responsibilityfor through the country and given reasonable ing Tackle Blocks at nearly the same
,
The year 1905 will be with ua InN the manslaughter .and lettingthe opportunity for employment their price. Now In use In the United WHOLESALE and RETAIL-
; a couple of days, and be is either a law take Jts! usual course. On. residence In this country might; prove States Army and Navy Departments.
saint or a sinner who does not feel good for them and for tee nation. '
ly In England and America is football Examine them atPrltchard d; Sons, or
an impulse to oyerlay tbe record* of one of the great game*. FEDERAL SUPERVISION. the ADVOCATE office. Titusville.I. ., : W B, Ferguson, ProprJetor,

I 1004 with clean page. A custom The plan, be pointed out necessarily .
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No 16 Julia Street.
j much In vogue on News Year's day would have to be under the absolute f
Is that of "swearing off. It is an. AN argument is put against men supervision of the national government I., R. WALKER & CO.
other way of turning over a new wearing ba tsOne writer says In order to Insure perfect Impartiality SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TQ ASSORTED BOX AND BASKET

leaf, though not so comprehensive that Indians never wear hats, and and Immigrants.strict! honesty lie informed In dealing his with callers the TITUSVILLE FLA. Shipments to any place in the United States:! at any time,

In its scope. The man who turns baldheaded Indians are rare. But that the government would not sanctionany las: the Celebrated Tray Trunk for Sale.

I over a new leaf presumably wishes we must all remember that the advertising by Americans Europefor -Call and see ito .

t many The flood of immigration! he said, now
There la something in that. Bald.
l particulars, while be who "swears Is heavy enough; the problem being how MeMurray & Baker
off" has in view, generally speak ness la not always caused by wear. properly to distribute the immigrantswho ,

ing, only the abandonment of Ing hats, The wearing of breech. annually are arriving at ports of o
I home special failing that ex. es has something! to do with it, the United States. 4O1-413: East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida
While no definite conclusions were
perience has proved Injurious-or Bays an exchange. reached at the conference, the railroadmen -Makers and Jobbers of-
unduly expensive. Thus, on New expressed their satisfaction with -
Year's Day pipes and cigars, for FROM what we ban glean from the( suggestion of Commissioner Sargent

examples, will be laid aside, and letters received at this office from and They cordially will lend their approved aid to of secure his plan.the Vehicles, Harness, Carriage and Wagon Material,

} decanters locked up, by many who the north, the' tourist travel this enactment of the necessary legislation

with stern determination vow that winter 'Will be immense. / All of b! y Congress.. Mr. Sargent Informed his I Io Saddlery, Rubber Tires
henceforth these indulgenciei shall the resort hotels along the East jailers he thought: the South afforded
not figure in the'sum total of the Coast have large forces bf men Jicellent opportunities for immigrants. First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.ZQxxy .
-Washington Post, Dec. 13, 1004.JOT .
year's doing ; and these high re. engaged, getting everything In ,
solves will remain unshaken for readiness for the coming ruth,
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OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale mu.urare.
+ Your .
periods varying anywhere" from which l beat all
"yt, probably, re.
Cheap, at this office. Our. "
Perfection Tray Trunk.
one week to all time according to cords. FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHES
the will of those who make them. -- ::7 ,
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Still, it l is better to strive and fall,, Ir Mr. Flagler wants to do a .I WEST PALM BEACH.LaGrangeSemmole \ from a house that has been In business over.thirty years I

,{ than never to strive at all. good torn for Titueville, by way ofa and has always bad the ,reputation for LOW PRICES |

Moat of us feel that the first day New Year's present, a new station on the finest goods Imported and. Manufactured

IL of the year marks a new departure would be, appreciated. The present WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. ,

Ii l \ in our lives, and consequently, one is anything but a credit to Hess & Slager
we busy ourselves in laying plans the pounty town of Brevard, for Opposite Royal Polnnlana, on Lake Worth. Rates $2 pert] day, $10 per ;
week, and upward. Most popular, 'up-to-date, and best table. Houth.
t{ for the future which we hope to WATCHES
while
and colored JEWELRY.
.passengers are St.DIAMONDS
Renovated new throughout, electric lights, baths, hot water supply. It and 13 Main
carry out as nearly to the letter as all huddled together in one small Under management of OEO. O., LaORANQE, J. &: S. W. and A. O. L. WATCH INSPECTOR.
: possible. This we do undauntedby 830\ W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
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waiting room.APPLICATIONS
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Hotel LaGrange 400-411.West 67th St.. New York"Will : -
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t shattered ambitions.dreams We build and new unrealized castles are still flowing IMZ. McGriff := = II __I

,t f in the air undeterred, by the ruins at into thiaofflce for furnished houses r 1I : ; ; :: :
and have bad
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rooms. ten
our feet, and see success ahead un. :haii-ster: : : az.d :'aperha.nger.: : : i 1 -
shadowed by the failures upon applications during the past few : lIJ t I I
days from various places north. ,, .
\ which we have just turned our backs Turnips-and Ruta Bagas.
We All we can say is : "Read the ada. Onion Sets--Bermuda and
( set our faces sunward and forget DAYTONA, FLORIDA Pearl.
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the in the ADVOCATE columns. Cabbage-best varieties for
.cloudia that lower overhead ; we Florida. Bean

keep our eyes upon the mountaintop ; All kinds of Sign' and House Painting, Paperhanging, Etc., promptly attendedto Seed Potatoes-for fall, N.,. 4 Rose and Triumph.
oblivious to the stony steps HUNTERS have been having great at any place on the East Coast. A large staft of practical'men employed 'to do Lii Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc.
that Intervene. I sport of late in the neighborhoodof this kind of .work.* \ .

This is the God.given preroga I Titusville and big bags of quail -- -, -- ,- -. L. C7d.1'12T' RON. Saoc tE1m1Ln:: :

: tive of mankind. No matter what I and duck are daily being brought C. A. DUPONT'S .. 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.WE "
the disappointment, the discourage into town.

ments, She failures of the past, LIVERY and r> SALE STABLES :r: _- L--- 12. --:-utt Qm2C: --- _.! .' l! --

i hope ever springs eternal to the 11 all. CHADWICK hat, had a deal : -- -
human breast, and leads us kind. of fun at the expense' of bankers, '

ly from morrow to morrow till the now the United States government HASTINGS, FLA. WANT ,EVERY GROWERIN
I. clone of life.
la htvifag a little fun with her. Can supply anyone on the East Coast with ,
The ADVOCATE hopes the ,year THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS I "
HORSES, MULES HARNESS. .
r 1905 will be as progressive as its 4.
predecessor and concludes by IMPROVE the appearance of your and single'or double Baggies and Wagons, at reasonable rates. FLORIDA VEGETABLES.1' complete manual on Florida Crops.

wishing all it readers- and ,friends residence by cleaning up' your WRITE HIM at above address. "FLORIDA ORANGES."-A book of.peelallnteres'to Orange Growers.
I ', yard and sidewalk and paintingyour "FLORIDA STRA.WDERRIE8.-Booklet. Cultiw"011
"Soil
a HAPPY NJEW YEAR, and many of on Varieties
them. house and fence. and Fertilization.;"

f "IRISH .TOES.-Booklet "Soil Seed and Cultivation,Effect
Hodges <& O'HIara. on ,Planting
NEw subscribers are daily rc'l- A raw. : of our subscribers are be- of Fertilizers, Digging and Shipping."

," ing into the ADVOCATE office from hind In their subscription to this ...Manufacturers and Dealers, ... "PINEAPPLE :FERTILIZERS. special Interest to Pineapple Grower,

various places along the East paper. :Pay up and start the new Rough "IDEAL I'ERTlLIZERS.Bock! showing all oar different Brands. Andy"

9 Coast. :People generally know a year out of debt. CYPRESS AND. YELLOW PINE LUMBER. Price, eta
y good thing when they see it, and New and revised editions of the above lust published, sent free for the asking-

L the ADVOCATE is open for inspect THE NEW: TEAR la close at hand, Orange Box office Heads, Frnit and Vegetable Crates, onldings.,Shingles, etc. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY
ion all Mills acd located at Buffalo Bluff. Fla. Write ns lot prices deliveredto
to comers. so pay up all your debts. any put.of the StaU. Address: Hodges. & O'llara Buffalo Bluff, J'1a. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.


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We wish the ADVOCATB a very pros Sheriff]frown was a pleasant visitor In ..
perous and happy New Year. town Tuesday '
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H. W. Richards and family were the Mrs. Tyndall of Jensen, was visiting. Cornet Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

guests of S. F. Webb and"lle during relatives town, Tuesday.
JJ Newsv Notes Contributed bv Our Regular X the Xmas season WHOLESALE GROCERS
Rev Mr. Xlopp held services In the "

Corps of East Coast Correspondents. C. A Robinson took a Urge party to Methodist church last Sunday morning
the Masonic banquet at Fort Pierce last and evening to large congregations.

NNNNNINNN.NNNNMelbourne. ............................ Tuesday evening, returning Wednesday.All Rev Mr. Thompson with his bride arrived Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

the young people of the neighbor Tuesday night, and received con-
those hood gathered at Rdenwood on Wednes gratulations at the Stetson. house from
spent by fortunate to be
on board this. finely equipped enough yacht. day afternoon, and spent several hours his many friends here. Local Agents for Indian River Lake Worth Pineapple Asssoclatlon.
very pleasantly
Capt. and Mrs. Colby of the yacht, playing various games. The Installation of the officers for the Send; us your fruit and vegetables. Our faculties for handling perishables cannotbe
On Monday If. W. of the Woodmen of the
Richards and J. coming year
a- Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, Pitta, and a party of friends left for U. Lerourneau took parties to the World will be held Tuesday, the Brit day equaled this market.
the pink paper of the East Coast,will be Fort Plel'o, Stuart, Bewails Point, Jup beach In their launches. It of January. Out of town members

received at the Melbourne\ Postofflce. lime.iter, and The Lake vessel Worth will he, on.left Wednesday at Miami 3 Ideal picnic the surf day. The young people was enjoyed an- should try and be present. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND, FEED.

RICHARD W noonE.-BeaI Estate Notary while the party \lslt!: Cuba. while their elders bathing and wading Mr. and Mrs Neabltt gave a magic
visited -
Fuplio and ( Agent for 4tua In the pavllllon. lantern entertainment Sunday evening$ -
Liverpool andLondenandGlobeaudUarttonlFire Capt and Mrs O. W. JTcNab, of at St. Andrews church Suitable carols
nauranceCu&upanlee. Special attention .Youngstown, O., have just taken posse THE SINGER MANUFACTURING GOI ''r
Rev. U.
II. Jones and
paid to the Interest of non residents. nlon of their handnome new residence and wife had a very were sung a most enjoyable eveningwas ,
pleasant surprise after the Xmas tree spent by a large audience. .

HOTEL JlELLEVUE-lIlelbourne.winter resort on high: pine Florida.lour, overlooking Abdftltby U Cralg-Appln one of \the,most at Eau completely Gallie This furnished bouse exercises.called All them of the church members Tbe Installation of officers of the Ma- Are now selling Sewing Machines ON EASY_ PAYMENTS.

Indian Htver. RaUxu .IM: and upward buildings In town Water from an artesian upon and wished them a aonlo Lodge was held In their hall Tues
per day. fl|>*cial rates per week or .ee on. merry Christmas, ana Judging from the also tho the Fort DEALERS.
at ARE NEVER SOLD TO
Write for rate to Madam E.1\[. Campbell flowing well being all over tbe looks of the dining table they did not go day evening banquet SINGER SEWING MACHINES
Manager,It. W. Campbell,Proprietor.; house, and in bath rooms, lavatories, empty handed. Fierce hotel. Both were, grand success ..
and kitchen, as well as piped through and a large number were In attendance.
the extensive grounds the Mrs. Alice Gary arrived last Our Direct Representative Is at your service;
surrounding Friday
The MUdes Lee Of Sarno pleas Drop us a card and he will call on
Melbourne} were house. Plant, shrubs and citrous trees morning, on a visit to her niece, Mrs. S. Don't be Imposed upon by taking substitutes yqa.
In last
ant visitors week. I of different varieties have been set out I' F. Webb. Through some mlsunderstan I 1Jret! for Folej's Honey and SEWING MACHINES SOLD OR RENTED. From 10 to 20 per cent discount
John Goode Christmas on ,the grounds and ding ahA w... ..,...,.1..' tit r oar allowed old-machines. AU makes of Machines Repaired.
Mrs. spent at more are being -> WW. / g Tar. Sow by Keel Gross 1'narmaoy. for
Roseland, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. added. A fine catboat, the Alice also I ;where she remained In the etatfoeosenuntil: Needles, Belts, Etc., for All Kinds of Machines d
C. Moore. lies at the landing for the use of the daylight, and then went nut and found

Mr. and Mr. A. B. Taylor and daughter Captain, who is a yachtsman a.. well as a boarding house and kind friends who South Rockledge. DO NOT USE POOR OIL:,-For uae on sewing machines, writing
an all around sportsman. communicated with her relatives, and and all fine lubricant the
a
bicycles ,
I machines
Miss Bessie of Saugatuck Mich. purposes
,
assisted her In SINGER
are now In their Melbourne home for 1 I, every way The ADVOCATE looked flno In Its best Is cheapest In the end. Genuine OIL oau only be obtained

the winter. Revolution Imminent.A Christmas day Mr. and J.Irs.V.. F. I Christmas dress. at Singer stores. \
Wolfe entertained Rev. 11. H. Jones and
Mrs. J. I. Gilbert and son, Mrs. G. F. sure sign of approaching and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cureton had a Miss L. M. Powe was calling on friends ADDRESS THE SINGER MANUFACTURING GO
Paddison and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mo- serious trouble in your system Is nervousness Family re-union. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. here, on Monday. ,

Nab, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hodgson of sleeplessness or stomach upnet.Plectrlo Richards entertained Mr. and Mrs. W. .
Eau Gallic, were guests of the Carleton } Bitters will quickly dismemberthe F. Richards entertained 0. A. Robinsonand Miss Myra Williams spent Sunday COCOA, FLORIDA. .

on Christmas Day troublosome causes. It never fallsto wife, Mrs. Williams and Miss Robin with Miss Dora Breese.

Miss Gladys Wells Is home to spendthe tone the stomach, regulate the kidneysand son and J. U, LeTourneau and family. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Perry on December OrSAn.s. Or aratre. Or 'eanlEy:
bowels
stimulate
holidays with her parents, Mr. and the blood., Run down the liver and clarify 8. F. Webb and wife entertained Mrs. 20th, a bouncing boy Repaired-made to sound like new Price $5. Drop us a card when yon hard
I benefit
Mrs. W. T. Welds Melbourne blends i particularly, and all the usual systems attending Gary H.Miss W. Richards Gary, Mrs.and Thou. E, Richardsand J. S. Tarsley Jr.. spent Christmas work for us to do. Address J. M. M. BROCK, COCOA, FLA.,
There
are always glad to see her bright, cheer. aches vanish under Its searching and Christmas family. with his aunt, Mrs Wilson, at Fronteuao.
I were trees ID each of the
ful face, and regret to see her departeven
If only for a time. thorough effectiveness. Electric Hitters houses, and all the children were made J. B. Dower, of Georgians U doing
Is only COots, and that is returned if It Baker this
happy. for Mr.
some carpentering ,
Mrs. Spangler and daughter, Hiss don't give perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed week. To Growers!!

Emma of Merchantsvllle, H. J,, arrived by Red Cross Pharmacy, Titusville. Report From Iteform School.J. Orange j:
last Saturday and are again in the Mrs O. D. Provost was over on Tuesday
Carleton hotel for the winter. Miss O. Gluck, Superintendent Prunty- to see her sister, ere she left for Detroit

Spangler has a fine voice and adds very Melbourne Beach. town, W. Va., writes: "After trying I all ,

much to the social circle as she la frequently other advertised cough medicines we Ye Scribe and all the neighbors en- Ton need protection In case of fire for your
called upon to take part in the have decided to use Foley'a Honey and
at Rock-
Mre joyed the Xmas entertainment
church choirs and at public, entertain- E. M. Lallln of Gaines N. T.? Is Taa exclusively In the West Virginia
ments. a delighted addition to our community, Reform School. I find i It the mo effective ledge, on Xmas evening. Orate Material and Fruit
and we hope she will make It her headquarters and absolutely harmless" Sold by Red Another settler has come to be with

The card party, gotten Up by Mr. and while In Florida.A Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. us. A. Zummerman, of Adams O.
Mrs. F. J. Simmons, Detroit, who have He has six from Mrs.
bought a acre strip
been popular guests of hotel Carleton number of our people attended 8. Mo. F.! Porter. which will lie In jour packing houses before and during tile shipping season. ...,.

for over two weeks, was a decided suc Christmas service in Melbourne, each Tibbals. We Insure It for two three four month at small cost. \
cess. The hotel parlors were beautifully going to their own ,church. They all : Miss Dora Breese left on Wednesday can one, or

decorated by the management for the united In pronouncing tbe sermon they for Detroit Mich., where she will enter ,
occasion and the ten tables the had listened to "most excellent." II the surgical department of a hos
through J. T. Waters and Frank Waters spent

rooms made ,a very pleasing as well as It Is hard for our friends who have always the Christmas holidays at home. pital.Don Is I Your Packing House Also Insured ? E
artistic effect Twenty prizes were given associated Christmas with sleighing Mrs Charles Smith youngest son of Mrs Inca
and much merriment caused by the win skating and the llngle of sleigh bells to the Uarrl.left, on Tuesday, Smith, strived here on Friday to spend
spend remainder of the
ners making their choice. The euchre to realize it Is "yuletide" when the Baltimore winterat some time with his mother and sister,
Md.
party terminated at 10.30: and the dining thermometer registers 75 In the shade. and to enjoy the nice new launch his '

room doors were then thrown open Mrs. n. Jennings gave a luncheon, followed mother has purchased.It Write us for rates
for, and the danced for Mr. and Mrs. Emery Van Warmer of
dancing by tennis
guests Wednesday, for Mr.
lodlcHto that Mr and Mrs. Aver-
Canandalgua N. Y., were guests of Mr. us ;
hour. All and
an present were delighted Mrs. Miss Uarmer of Waveland.,
with the pleasant evening they had and Mrs. Whiting tbe first of the week. Ill\ had more than their share of Christmas :Won.CiI-.A.N": d3 ''0V"'bE1LTONFINSURANCE
at Hotel Carleton. Mrs. Van Warmer was delighted with the Capt. J. IT Andrews and family are dinners this year; as they had one ,
spent
beach but Mr. Van Warmer had fallen In spending the holidays at West Palm at their home with filends on Saturday aENTSTI."t'1I11'V'l.11o ,
love with tbe orange groves and lakes of Beach tbe guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred one with the Misses Bond, at Ueorglana,
1'sr' and could be the Cook. on Sunday and one with Mr. and Mrs. '
Eustis, not content on ;
:ST'loric1n.:
Fole Honey and positively cures blush : : : "
John KenJltf on Monday. They
all throat and lung diseases. Refuse sub coast. Miss Harmer, of Monmoutb, England, ,
now when they see a turkey.
stitutes. Bold by Red Cross Pharmacy. Mr. Ferguson, of Llchfield, 111., came was the guest of Miss England for the ------
to Melbourne three weeks ago, sufferingwith dance at the Country Club on Thursday ))rR11..", Shoe ItepnlrlniV

exemla and a bad cold. On Mon evening. A Timely Tuple. -

Eau Gallie. day he rowed ROTORS to tbe beach, spent and' I do all kinds of hoot and shoe
Mr. Mrs. Louis Segar returned At this season of coughs and colds It Draylng or hauling of all! fade prompt- repair
the day tramping the beach, then rowed from tbe north on Friday night, ao4 expect Is well to know that Folej's Honey and attended to. Meets all trains. Stove lug and do not forget It. Opposite Ja..

back to Melbourne two and one hall soon to enter their new home, which Tar Is the greatest throat and lung remedy wood for sale at all times. Prltohard A Son: ANDRKW OIBSOX.Tltusvllle .
miles. Florida climate Is better than
BARAK C. HODOSOV-PHYSICIAN ANB Sua- medicine Is being put In such fine order for them. It cures quickly and prevents serious E. 11. UotTEtf. Tltusvllle. Fla.

OKOM. Kau Gallia, Florida. results from a cold. /Hold:: by Ited '

Summer, weather on Christmas Day In A Frightened Horse, A kidney or bladder trouble can al- Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING The Viayi 1

this districts Running like mad down the ..treetdllhlplnjt ways be cured by using Koley's, Kidney remember the) ADVOCATE office
the occupants or a hundredotber Cure In time. Mold by Red Cross Phas- f\ockledge.
G. M. Robbing, of Tltusvllle, spent the accidents many, Tltusvllle.-
are day occur
with and Pad- every TUB CIRCUIT COURT IX AND FOIl BftK- '
25th Inst. Mr. Mrs. G. F.
rences. It behooves everybody to have a Iy card County,Florida. Home Treatment 'r
dison. narklnn of tho U. B. '
reliable salve handy, and there's none as Gen. W. I. ,
Kan'Qallle now has a shooting galleryIn good as Bu klen's Arnica Salve. Burns White City. Army, Is at the New Itockledge Hotel. The County ol Drevsnl of the Beat of Florid. ,

adltlon to the billiard room on Highland cut, sores eczema and piles disappear The repair and overhauling of the Hotel vsMargsret Ooods.

Ave. quickly under Its soothing effect. 25ct8, P. Jensen came up from Miami and Indian River !goes on. A large forceof To"rifarat floods and to all p r""on. Intercutwl .- Vlayl for all diseases of women, displacements -

Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson has been called at Red Cross Pharmacy, TltusvlUe spent Xiuift with his family. men are at work there under D. J. In or harlnic lln upon the following/ 11rlbs.1 ,,.- Inflammation, tumors, "
.., of laud I
traul ly
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pnqerty.Nrwlttthc. '
Jorden. ) |
to Melbourne several times this week on Smith, the foreman for J. V. .... ovarian diseases etc.
Harry Jennings, of Tibbals, put Out liiK In Hnvaril County, Florida wit I ICmnmiiiuiliiif Correspondence
critical : night' at wliur. th.nvrtli Itii.vt th.north-
cases.Mr. Merritt. Bill Monday
Poet on ,
four acres of trees this month. The ...,quarter of too nortbwmt nuarttr oC wxilluu solicited concerning the Vlavl treatment
and Mrs. G.F. Paddlaon and Mr. Cocoa Hall was well attended, there being H.townnhlpiM I south .. (* 111 ....,. 'Intarawtts
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Parkeron
from Eau Gallic hirer llwno went along
In several present the wauirtof Indian run Call for booklet for mnthers
and Airs. McNab spent Christmas Day December 22nd, a daughter. the north HUB of salt mentioned quarter .
Mr.'Raymond Nott has arrived from Georgians, ladlaoola, Itookledge, City and daughter, ,,-. ;
Melbourne. .mil* ll>ohaln to the west line of *al ]Pew York to be In Mr. Nevins employ, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kceater, of Fernan- Pojnt and Tltunvlllo." There were a thence run south al"tb.,/ utMllrnlou flea.
Owing to business :Mr. and Mrs. E. B. at Merritt, during the winter. dine, are guests of Mrs. Gustafion. number of the ladles In calico gowns, the 40 chain to the*....tb...(comer o( the uutli--
Randall will not leave the Windsor hotel, regulation costume and looked well. aNt;quarter of the northwest quarter of "Uautlxa Florida Ylari Co. "
Mrs. Lew Thompson and daughter$ Mrs. G. Emanuel, of 8t. Augustine, II, thence run ..... on th..uhdlvhd.n' l ,
'Montreal 16th.
Point
Can., before Jan. iliac Hatter, of City was given and a
Ilue10dictum I thamw run' north twelve
Miss Elzabeth, have arrived from Mar- U spending a few days with her sister,, the first prize, for the nicest and IJ sGolooklnlt' half ohalm,tli ino. it IS nlialn' more or !leaNs 20 Main St. Jacksonville Fla.
The office stall and work people of the lon, 0., and report Mrs. Thompson able Mrs. Orrel. and .hll was given' a, cakeas the .....ato.. of Indian Over, tlinnue nieanilerIng -
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E. U. L. & 8. Co., at this place. celebrated to, sit up In bed. gown Wilson the .a"e' .di". nr>rthwml rly to the pointof
Christmas Day on Monday last. Miss Lena Orrel who Is attending her prize. AJIIene won IxiKlnnliiic, en-opting about two acres Iw tnTnYnYYY""YYTY'fV "
Mr. Bergman's store Is going up rapid school In St Augustine, lies been home the second prize a bouquet of nice roses. ( to K. W. OtMxU.

The steamer, f Spartan, Is now running ly, and when finished, before furnished spending the holidays. Alllene, after receiving her prize and admiring the You Circuit are hereby Court,nonmed'la nod t t4 for be Hrevard ant appear bounty.riorlda. In. ;
i UNIVERSITYH
on Indian River and receiving cargoes he expects to give an "Opening" to tbe them, presented It to the Orchestra ,.t the Clerk's. om.... upon rule lar. In
from the lumber yard at this point. good people of Merritt.Mr. Mr. HIllier has set outa five acre who were from Tltusvllle and February,A. 1>. 1IN0, belllf.to.. lib day of Kulirn
grove on the West Side lie has 20 acres furnished such excellent music for the ary, A, It.. Interns you have
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hodgson spent the Grosse succeeded In having the which he Intends to set to trees In the dance. Those who partook of the sapper In the alKi :1Ij"I=laud: ,suit to how cause OF

25th Ins,., at the Hotel Carleton, Melbourne first strawberries for Xmas! Day, from near future. It elegant. .why:M nut teet; be wide taken rlicht-of-way over talil for land. ttubllo ae praywtiii nnulbouUI
and fine bill of fare and his Mr. Blair bad lovely strawberries pronounce
a
report garden. the Plaintiff's petition niwl In 1111. oaum In FLORIDA
and Jensa Lar-
well served. last Xmas from the Wigwam Lawrence Christensen the Clerk'. .oflliw, for the UM of the tMaiutlff, ae
All needs Is Is stlck-to-lt- sen went out Saturday morning In searchof a riKht-of,for a public wxl,or' else be for
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert dined at the Hotel garden. one Christmas turkeys, and by good luck Georglana.Guyon .for barred.Ordnrwl ... .. ..". ", .. ',
succeed "
Ive-ness to here. "
Melbourne on Xmas as the Clerk' nflloe al Titus.me,
Carleton at each got one Florida,thli the i:8th! day'" iMimtralMr. ,loot.Ct. .
Day, driving back to Eau Gallie .during Mrs. Thompson of Fort Pierce and Grattan of Preston, Minn., arrived ( .Ct.!Deal.) A. .... "'rltw Alt'r, t FIRST-CLASS PROVISION
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the afternoon.Mr. Fight Will lie Bitter the win JH Clerk; of Circuit Court.
Miss Fannie Hterue, of Missouri, were *Christmas Eve, to spend e r
and Mrs. 11. U. Hodgson enter- Those who will persist In closing their welcome visitors at our Christmas enter ter with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.J. -FOR-

tained a few friends on Tueeday eve last. ears against the continual recommendation tainment for the Sunday school. n. White. BODY Anew Gymnasium, t

Cards were the feature of this most en- of Dr. King's New Discovery for Mrs. Pasco arrived from New York, DeVofl Sam, wife and little daughter, W. E. SWOOPE, sptuWldlyegnlpp.d i

joyable evening. Consumption, will have a long and bitter last week to spend a few weeks, prior to May llervey Bower and wife, Mr. White : M I N D : A torirn vbolartr Faculty k e of lailts meat*

Guests are arriving at the Hotel Sarno, fight with their troubles If not ended going to Miami. where. she has chargeof and wl/A, Gujron Gratton and Chas. -DEALER IN- J"I'' Monol 11<<)011<
and are delighted with the acuommoda- earlier by fatal termination. Read what the crystal In the hotel during the Warning were guests at the bounteous M 0 R A LS mortis the b"'a' II
tion'ad attention of the help and the T. R. Basil of Beall, Mass., has to say: tourist Christmas dinner at the hospitable homeof GCI1CJ.ul.: -- lOUt! oll.H.blp.; .
of season. .. ,. 1
wife had
"Last fall symptom
every
officers connected with the hotel. my 51 r. and Mrs. J. B. Dower ", "
consumption. She took Dr. KlnR'.New
Discovery after everything else had failed A Costly JHUtake, Chas. Warning came up from Grant, .1'rcrCIULlldh.cc.< Addr esi THE PRESIDENT
Capt. and Mrs. Colby returned Improvemedt came at once and four bottle Friday morning, bringing a large basketof
of $guests to Melbourne and I1r- cured her. Guaranteed by Blunders) are sometimes very expensive. most delicious pork, which he dividedas Ia.AAUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
entirely
the afternoon of Christmas Day. Occasionally Itself Is the price .
ing Christmas among his friends.A
tbe Red Cross Pharmacy. Price SOcti! presents FANCY GROCERIES AND CIGARS
Over thirty guests were on the yacht and Trial bottles Iree.J'rO't'JOE of a mistake, but you'll) never be wrong nice ham of sweet, fresh pork, makes
Pints, and a most enjoyable time was $1. If you take Dr. King's New Life Pills for one of the moat acceptable and. useful of A SPECIALTY.: BUSCH.
dyspepsia dizziness, headache, liver\ or Christmas! presents. Such present Is THE ANHEUSER .,

bowel troubles. They- are gentle, yet one to be appreciated.Mrs. .
: i thorough. 2V3ts; at Red Cross Pharmacy. Hobe Sound. Florida
: :: Bllvin who cam here with Mr. Brewing Asso's.ra.oult. .
Dawtey and family from Rhode Island
At the commencement of a pew year, we wish TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. In November, and who has. been an almost -
mostU\* witptr to thank all our patrons for thelt helpless invalid years
business cf this Insurance Agency has In The following are the times of arrival rheumatism, has Improved so much already SfflALLEYMarine ...d Beer.

creased beyond our fondest hopes, for which wren and departure of passenger trains to and that she has walked distance, twlc of, to half the a Sold by Meeira.V.A.Loelty aadB.
store and postofiloe, a
duly At grateful.the commencement of the year 19OG.w. would from Tltusvllle..ovaaoQla.fasnsTltadtUforMJamisad 1 mile. She went to church a week ago, .L.otlnw.,TttB.Tllle.J-la,

remind all who need Insurance (and that Includes I >d4pm sad enjoys a nice walk: every day. We Gas Engines. By Mr.R.LlfoUowCocoaJ'Ia.
business to have been having! the most delightful
surance everyone Business In a businessIs way.oWe are not your Intermediate points a* I flee p msorrr..ovira. weather, the thermometer going up to JOSEPHZAPF

friend today because your policy falls due tomorrowwe 80 0 la the shad nearly every day
wills for
are the same every day la the year I Leave TltosvUle for Jaeao vlllei ,. sm If Interested catalogue and] Sole Agent. *

"All the year of and Dlneteen-Ih.we'll{ thrive." sad Intermediate points a' J j 111: pm Cleaning and, Pressing. information to .
so
Let ns posh, -
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In a business way, .J-1* -UMlato. Call aid .610 to ((520 West Bay Street
Yours for business LrrlvmI/t.svluetromU.afovd : pj AH work done m L. E, BOSTROM, Agent.

Soh.ay1cr: dJ "'+DID'i1le/oslt: : sec me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor ORMOXD, FLORIDA. JACKSONVILLE, 7LA. j

Th.Old aad Rellab1. FI,. aad. FLORIDA.ance ACeDC1TJTUSVILLE. The ADTOCATX print all local news. Barber on Washington avenue. I






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;; Free and but the kites of Japan are gorgeous tI Florida East 'Cwt: Ry.t t '.:
and they sing. .',
I Accepted Masons Little contrivances: : fastened to the "

strings which remind cause strange one of,the whirring aeollan Bounds harp. LOCAL TIME CARD Wo.56. In ,Effect June 4,1904.

I, Indian No. CO Some of them are of an enormous size yC b tWVWAeV11D--IUDsws.( NORTN10i1ND..p1A. ...
as big as two doors and require a i iV7

River Titu.TilleLodge. group of men to raise them. 109 y, 1 .....! STATION*. HB.MTKT M ,,ltr.
In ancient Japan, it is alleged, large yir 'I -1.7.

'I l fWFlorida.. kites played the part of the modern ........................ .. JaekeoavUU ............"......35 ;aslesal
_........ .......rU..I1e3.aboevtll..Nb..N... eea
Hold 1M meeting the second and fourth Fri. balloon in estimating the forces of the ... ..... ........ .. 1
a ii ,ONa...__..........i.>...... AntfVieHsltfcfl. .. ..__ f.g aM
I day of each month, .* their room Indian Hive enemy during wartime, and a law was JJ wt.S.._...._.................. liaaliar............................. /
y Motel,Tttiu rUIa, at T::30 o'clock p.m. A71 JDcfIJpE'o t U 11 ...... PaliNbr.................""..... ..... 14 a ,
9 rt T.H.S.adera, Worshipful. Master. enacted in Tokyo to restrict the size of -. NI
''t F.A.Morgan Senior warden these aerolytes; so that the shogun'a V 1G A.r..........................Palatke..............,.......,._.L'I' 410 a
M.8.Sanu.Junior Warden.J. L i n 1.1. I ,......................,...r. .aa_......................... f OOa I ,
M.l>Dlxon Traaanrer.J. camp could not be Inspected from tbe 1
R. Walker, Secretary.jr. 110 s Up .. ... ... ...........*..Mate*..........................1N. Iita
,,! .O.Hlack.Chaplain.W" city.The kites in' of .... .. INS ................... .....e""lIia.A" T$5&
.M.Taylor Seulor Deaeoa come a variety shapes -
R.B.Mlmi Junior Deeooa. birds. with expanded pinions ogres 1jLv ........................... Na ........................,... Mk6t p
Wff O. H.Walton Senior Steward.A. flowers 1$ P ..e.-.......................BaJln..I..............-...-....... a
.A, Stewart Junior. Steward. butterflies. A favorite style la 1p .._.... ....................... .... .a Ma4Wa>
P.W.RobertaTyler.Ir.M.WootenMareh. a simple square pointer with the face p .........._..................._...... .
: ...1.i q........_ .................., ....M.. .Nap
of a national hero.( The lads glue bits "'4 ...............,.....Port ra.n......"............,.%.......... 444 a
t of glass to their strings and wage Mal4t Y P ...........................JN: .w MiTrt"a.,. ,}......._.............. 4Mai',1 >
(i ORDER OP EASTERN STAR aerial with the that the f U/T p ..............................Oak HIIl. ... t N.p .
wars slogan 'Pd ..............................TlsunUia..n.n.: 1 H.
:Friendship Chapter, No. It,hold. Ira meeting: spoils belong to tbe victor. i I P ............................... ...-..._................-....._.. I
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(((I In the Maaonlo Lodge room Tltnivllle, on the 1 P ..........................8001<1""' .................. _......... :
fine and third Tn.."' ,* in each mnntb at T:30 They are experts in piloting their Is p......._...................Seo: Dal 1................_............ J.. a
I P. m. The following are the officer: of,the kites and can raise them as far as their M P ............................. M.I bo..I'. _.._....._........._. r M a n.
,I Chapter: cords,will reach without shifting their 01 P .............................j..baa& -........_.._...._..... rl sea t
Mta" Kate Stewart, W. H. I 01 59 1 ..............................*,. Lu.4a..y.___... 1011.
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ll J I', P. position more than a yard or two.-Chi p. ..........................Ft. riereew_.........___.. ii
Viral A.MorR\: n, Associate M., Tribune. ..u p ..............................,Tlobe.!.........._....._...._ :
cago
"' Mrt.B.R.Wilson, SACretarr.Mr Tri-Weckly Sailings p .............................. : _................_...... INS
*.J.Kline,Treaaurer. p ..............................imam ..._......................... UP / Nk
>frs.J M. Ulion, ConriuotrM.Mlm Guaranteed I. 11 p ........................... _,.._ ................___
I Catherine Ham, *oclate Con. Cure For Plies.Itchln BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and YORK.Calling IH P ............................ii8bo BoOBit.i .................n........ : s:
Alias. Jessie a.nd,1'11. Ruth. 'Bleeding NEW S it 10 p ............. _..........w.n Jup1t ....1........._......... f I p iels
Mrs.Oeo. W.ooble,Ada.Mrs. Druggists or Protruding !t H p .......................... W. PaJmiSoVKtOB. :110-................+.... p n.
I .J.L.Carruther. Martha. Plies. refund money if PAZO at Charleston S. II QI P ............................... ............_......_...... Ne
Mr*.M.A. Sorlmneour, Either.Mr OINTMENT falls to oure any case, no C., both Ways) 4 P .....$.............. .......Pelray-.,..............__ ._ *
*.Goo. M. Rohbina, Elect: *. matter how long standing in 6 14 M 04 p .................... .....JLandsntalew......_.........__... f ya.
y O. L(. Walton. WarderJ. to The Finest Steamships in the' Coastwise ServiceThe III at p ............................ flallaadaVe. ............._...._... H p 1 Ma
M.Dixon Sentinel.J. '. days. First application (rives ease and ..i .i p .... ..._..........._...Lemon Cfgi...v__...__ i P NtXxnroaD
.R. Walker Manhal. rest BOc. If your Druggist hasn't it i T N II p ............,....................lamk-...........__........L, oe p N.
J....Carruther Chaplain. V send COo, in stamps and it will be forwarded Clyde New England and Southern. Lines.

post-paid by Paris Medicine Co., Direct Service Between
BBAZTOS. OJLAJfOfl OITTT BBAJTOB.pi .
St. Louis/Mo./ Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. ?
( ; ; vanoir* LIaN IWL I :* SaTI
Th. Amtlqaltr e f K.w Y._*. bar. (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways) >aUis
New Year's day' goes back Into the .TltejyrlTI ArM br..If. Bavrrmt..ArLv.
8EMI-WEEKLY BAIUNSSl :
realm of antiquity, far, back of Christ- Southbound................... ... ." ........ .............. .......... ..from Lewis Wharf. Boston ...Ar Ar ti1 take Helen ..AfIv.OranM J IIIh
inns Northboand.................,.....,... .. ....... ....from foot of Catherine Street,Jacksonville lltBa Ottj.ArA ., ,
11 as all peoples, bowever they.nny r. Or.Clly* !

have differed as to the year's length or .. :u ii uii
I St. Johns River Line. it Me. 18 Ha.f
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the date upon which the now year Clyde
: aiiur rata : sallp rrir saw
1 should begin have united in this thnt (Denary Line.) M

$ : J it should be properly: celebrated.Row's BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.

j t tll1 Stopping at Paletka,Astor Bt. moot, Beresford (DeLand),and intermediate land. a tMa.Fable Ma
This ? Ing on the 81;.Joh1l'.1U
We offer ODe> Hundred Dollars Reward Commencing. Tuesday November :15,19O4. I illS a fltlrnt1. aUjrpor nm* t hAr. Ma T Ma n pp
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be STEAMERS"CITY OF JACKSONVlLLIVand"FltED'JC DeBAR Y.

ft..] l lt. cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. Are appointed to sail a*follows Leave Jacksonville, daily| except Saturdays 8:30 p.m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAttSHIr. CONNECTIONS AT MIAB1.MWCCTUMI .
J. CBKNET & Co. Props..Toledo, O. Returning leave Sanford dally except Sunday,at 030 a. m.

t. TILL Nj' We the uDderalped. hue known F.J. &outb.1k>u1l Cheney for the last IK and believe Read down Read up.
him years, Leave 1811 p. m. ...... ...............a.. ac sonv Ile. ..,.. .... ............. -Tr-e i 00.. m. HAVANA AND KEY WEST
perfectly honorable in all business Lea" 9 N p.m. ............................Palatka.......... ................. Leave S 00 Po m.
: j' transactions and financially abte to Leave .00 a. in. .......................... Astor .......'.... ,I........... Leave I 8f p. m. .
carry out any' obligations made by their Leave 1 ao a. m. ....(...... ....... .8e. )1'.01....,......... .,......... Lea... i 00 p. m TkiMe Tim Tablee the Umee wklek atoa ... .
.. .. .Neretdor. ... .... .... ..... *noir at tntta*mmr te arrive an4 | ieeata >
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Lean .., l (JIILand) Leave lOOp. m. ..... yap.
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firm. WEST A I 4be acreral arrival .
TBUAX, Wholesale Drugtlsts Arrive .801... m. ........................,.. Banford.. .,.. ......... ......Lea..e S N a. m. .... .."OD"bat their or ton a4 I* al a-naraataW.
8 ., ; Toledo O. WALDIKQ, KIWNAW air Arrive 1000: ..m. ..........,...............Jl1t.rprl.: ..?......................... Lave 1000... m. I 1r.oa WC.ap lbold ItetK reapanalMe.01 -r....,.r e.al.oespa...arlalag. ....
MARviN,Wholesale Druggists,ToledoO:

Hall's' Catarrh Cure Is.taken Internally, aen'l Passenger and Tlcketoffice,204W.Bayst.Jacksonvllle.F. ..*Copy of.h. LOCAL TI1CB OASDe. cater Tnfssesallsa
The oting'dlreotly upon tbe blood and mu. .M.IRONMONGER Ja. Aue.OeD.Pas.Afrt. 9O* West Bar Bt.,Jacksonville ria.
Pussy sous surfaces of tbe system. Price 75ots W. O.COOFBB: ,Jr.,Local Fre.AItC. Japluonvllle. O.P.LOVKLL, Superintendent Jacksonville. "SEZ TSK TZOEXT: : OlCNT.t. .-
bottle. Sod: all root Hogan Bt. Jaoluonvllle.
J per by druggists. Testimonials !
f free. d.THKO.C.HA.QKRTT O. KOKK!: Oen'l: General Eaat'n Pu Maoatcer..Agh.New fork WM.CLYDE J* CLVItK MILNIC.Oen.i CO.Frt.. General"1\\:&..New Agent York: I t.[ J. I). ZULECBnCR: AM!. Oan.X M.Ageat.. BT. A Gussla-. !LLSouthern'

(Cat's New Ball'a Family Pills are the best. ClMeebronKb Balldlne,l state 8,.,Opposite Battery Park New'York.:

O. H. WALTON. Agent TItusvllle. Fla.Atlantic .

The M Year Wish Like all eastern Christians tbe

Greeks adhere to the old or Gregorian

calendar and their year begins twelve Coast Line R'y.The
days later than ourS. Jan. 1 Is dedicated -
NOW back to brA, to St. Basil Who appears to

1 I The old ]lave been a native of Caesarea In
x year's dead Railway
; Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets
'appndocla. In Asia Minor and also
IVe seen him just go out. In Kplrus children go from house to on sale Tuesdays and Thursdays In November.

singing odes In honor of the
Td-llke to munch hnse TOITIIE EAST.
saint which however are generally
A bit of lunch extended to cover some finely turned Over Its,own rails to Savannah via the Charleston Pennsylvania, Richmond Hallroad. and Washington' thence to' the .,

Are any mice about ? compliments to the occupants, wishing '
them "a good year" and requesting
North
TO THE WEST. :; .
argesse. St. Basil Is always represented The Louisville A. Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile A Ohio It. R.. ,
In these songs as a schoolboy '
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whose touch' inanimate ob-
; ,ryasly quickens TO THE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP.
ects with new life.
ti'Hf 'Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, Pblladeldhla.Bos South .
ton. Via Norfolk Steamer. to New York, Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah .
and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttalon Company for Baltimore ,
For Thin aud Philadelphia.

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TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA. : .' J

BabiesFat a. Via Peninsular. A Occidental amshlp\ Company. :('


\, Connection Made Jacksonville all-Points. and West


is of great accountto \ MILEAGE TICKETS .
Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the principal

a baby ; that is why railroads in the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents. ..,...::. "

For reservations and information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write,
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It babies are fat. If your FRANK: O. BOYLSTON, DItt. Pass. Agt. W. D. STARK, Trav. P.... Agt. 1 l

138 West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
1 baby is scrawny, Scott'sEmulsion H. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Gen'l. Pass. Agent. Tirhe Card Will Appear Next Week.

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XBDIO THB OLD TBA.B OCT. WILMINGTON N. C. .
is what he 'j ,' -'. <
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THE glad new year wants. The healthy baby ,' I Folders rates, etc., cheerfully upon apppllcatlon.V ,
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; | stores as fat what it does ; : .

+ It's' fine to be alive. not need immediately for AIRLINE RAILWAY.FOR .

May rats and mice > .... '.' "' .
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bone and muscle. Fat y t
,I ,Be fat and nice :;.;:,' ,' .
In 1905 I babies are happy ; they do \ ,, ; 'T. C3. IaZJlSgp: :: DIst. Pass, 'Agto.0. .
SAVANNAH, COLUMBfA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, ,.,' ,,\0." .
-EArl. Hooker Eaton. not cry ; they are rich ; 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla,
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK, > .' j\\, .
their fat ii laid up for F ) f ; .,
AUTOGRAPH CALENDAR. '

I time of need. They are t Two Elegant Trains Dally ...* ..
.L. Appropriate Ple. I
alaT Mew .
....'. Gift. happy because they are Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. ,

Certainly there in. no gift which in .
warranted to keep nw all the year in comfortable. The fat surrounds MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.. _

1 the same war that the hand inscribed { ONLY LINE. Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.
their little
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nerve
calendar in. To make this calendar It

la first essential that 305 Blips l of paper and cushions them. When Lines '

*>e cut of n uniform size-three inches For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent Mallory

:wide by four Inches long is a fair they are scrawny those Seaboard write .
measurement and .
then after having
an inked line drawn across one inch nerves are hurt at every A. O. MACDONELL. Atat. Gen Pass Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON, Pass.'Agt.

from the top edge, they are roady to JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
Inscribe. ungentle touch. They
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The apace above the line is reserved delight in Scott's Emu} SO YEARS* and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast.
i ;I for the date, which may be added last, EXPERIENCE

Just before the slips are mounted intoa sion. It is as sweet as KIDNEY DISEASES *-NO OVERCROWDING '

block and cemented at both sides so t STA EROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on theM

j ; that the owner may not anticipate the wholesome to them. IMPORTANT M no tickets will be sold to exceed the number berths,
I contents of the various leaves. are the most fatal of all diseases Indivldua
Ii or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus insuring'all passengers
The leaves .
about
are sent to the various
Send for free sample. service and attention. .
friends
of tbe one for whom the
calendar is intended and each is la.vitcd TRADE MARKS
to inscribe a leaf with an appropriate B. lure that this picture In cm VC iOHET! CURE *t COPYRIGHTS DESIGN Ac.Jknvnae PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE' EVERY FRIDAY:
sentiment either the form of a label la on the rULCI o mrutn.1 Rtafy see Schedule of In Florida
original or sendlns' a sketch and description nay ( Ships Times-Union)
:i quoted but in tbe person's own band. wrapper. .ol every bottle 01Imlll.lo. Invention. ascertain M probably our|opinion t_t..hl free.... Commnnlna.tlonintnetlvenaadentliU. whether an. -

: writing. As may be seen there ore ybu buy. or rtf und.d. Contains SenI: free. U .N.twter.fur HANDBOOK a.aunngyaemareceive! oo Patents __LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS :2TORTH,

dolly surprises all during the year for Scott Bowne money i runu taken ouul cfle."'. ,,,' to(w Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
the L V remedies recognized by eminent SMTUI: lurtlc*."' ,. la
redplent.Plttsburg.Press.Xltesyles .
'. Cftfmttts4O94ia chysidans as the best for Scientific Rmericane FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS.

tf; o. New' Ve..'. Day. I Part Jlr 9tSOosndSl Kidney and Blidder troubles A ka daom.ly ninntratwl. we' v. l...... rlr.calaUon Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information regarding at
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In Japan the chief New Year's: pastime .,, i .11(.. r.r" of maconthi'ii (nnrnal.l taide.l S>eee. tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatlns, tickets, etc., apply to
for boys and is noes We. uu !I'". :: :;
men fk
kiteflying. (N *
00 teeSaS.WBa.tel.
The kites of America may be scleuUflc. "a. All Druggists ited croes Pharmacy ?.: ARTHUR W. PIE, Passenger Agent, 2U West Bay Sreet, Jacksoniifle, Florida"it



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WINDSOR> ; 'HOTEL ; : AUOUST'N1. "
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. /A( KSONVILLE'S ST. AIIGUSTI FLORIDA. 1/ The : '
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Gables DAYTONA FLA.
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LARGEST AND | ; ( .
AND TRAVEKEKS' FAVORITE.
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'" 'I'' OPEN FOR TIlE SEASON 1004 5-

located; bas;' ; modern Improvements, in- Located on Volunla. Avenue one block from Postoffioe and two and one-

more rooms wltS SOUTHERN EXPOSURE half block from Railroad Station. Five view of the Halifax River.

Accommodates iJ 01.: Rates $2.60 to $3.60 per Sunny Comfortable Room, Single or En-suite. Electric Lights and Baths. ,
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F C. HAYDEN
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of OckUwaha and St. Soh nil River Steamers REASONABLE RATES. ; ,
Two doors from F. E. C. Railway Station T tusvllU,
City. Rates 4'2: and $2.50 per day.
\ MRS A. J. SEMRLER, ProprtetxaaL
'wl' ADODGE Porters Meet all Trains and Boats v f

r r J. E. OANTT, Proprietor. FEASTER HOME ,',TITUSVILLB, FLORIDA. "\
Corner Lemon .and Main Street; .
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Table) Good Sunny'Rooms. Rates Reasonable, special
ZI-:, GOODALL, FliA. by the week. ". .
MRS. J. N. FEASTER! )
A. CULLENS I Propriet I or..
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Mia. JULIA UREITWISCH, f fHOCKLKDOn. ;
SEABREEZE ,', r _

I I111'OLD GOODALL,, FLA. 4
DUVAL .80TEL '

1 ,reason, under the management of the owner,
Hindnome and new, situated on Daytona
In all Its appointments, with large, airy, pleas New Hotel
ocean and opposite Keating's Casino and Pier. Rockledge
Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. Terms moderate. ,.1 .
I S I }'., /STEWART Owner and Manager.

novated. ,Newly furnished throughout. : : :: ROCKLEDGE INDIAN RIVER
,, \ :ZE. ,

Rates l $2.50 per. day and up. opmN' Z>33O3inVCX2XaXl.:: : :: S34"th.
: ; SEABREEZE, FLORIDA.
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p Facing the Sea. Orchestra, Casino, Bowling Alleys 'Etc.
( !\ (>oms, Swimming Pool, Bowling Alley Tennis
Thirty-five mile. of the grandest ocean beach In P. A. SHARKS Proprietor.

; drive, bicycle riding and. automobile. .. ..,... . .., .. .- -----. .
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H N. O'NEAL ;; AND SPLENDID FISHING.
AND CASINO'' CONNECTED WITH HOTEL I l\lI+JtltlTT.

mailed upon application Address, r
.' HAS LEASED C', II. KNAPPE, Manager. !
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River View Hotel
FLORIDA. MERRITT FLORIDA, ,
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Situated on High Ground overlooking the INDIAN RIVER. .
.. A STRANGE WATCH NIGHT. by Orange tree. and a PINE FOREST. Highest, healthiest, Dryest Spot In

JACKSONVILLE/ Florida Electric Light Baths, Sulphur Swimming Pool, Fishing; Boating
Sturdy
The Most Chnrmlnsf<< of German Hew
It is open'on tb'e American plan. ", Year. Cumtonie. and more Game than any place in the State Booklet .

The many alterations and renovation of modest The most charming of the German \Y. Mt HAinilT, Proprietor.
now second to none In the city, Roth ('(], that I: New Year's custom U one observe a "
in the South. Rooms with bath
private Ro from time Immemorial In Frankfort KAIT UALLI12.: .
ou-tlie-Mulu. There at the same moment I
; enough/: the whole city salute itself, (
WESTMORELAND HOTEL ; found wishes itself a happy New1 Year.:
Hotel Sarno and FLA"II !
", color On the night of Dec. 81 all tho city Cottages.'R. l1 OAI.LIE
( what keeps the festival, watching the pld
American plan. Centrally was year out and the now year In. Family On the Eau Gillie,, and Indian Riven, TWO miles\ from the moutb of the
ed this season. Fine cooking and good Ire parties origntberlngn! of friends are to famous. Banana River Unsurpassed Duok Shooting amt! Fishing. The Hotel
\ and Cottages elegantly furnished. Freestone and Sulphur Water Rates
or be found lu every IIOUHO. are : : r
Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes slight Suddenly nt the exact moment when *2.BO/ and ft.f: > pet day; special by the week or month. Cottages completely
furnished for families. J. WATKlNS LEE ;
Uultitl
of the cathedra
from tho great dome
street oars pass the door. Rates, 2.00 the first stroke of midnight sound.. ev __ __.-_N_.__. _. ", ___ ,__ _u_. ______...--___ ____ ._ ._ .

raised cry house thrown wide open its win l'lI MIOUItN I".
one tlow Forth from the casement loan .
ns his all the,re ltJentll, of the town, old and
The New Travelers Hotel punnet'' young together, each with lu New Hotel Carleton MRLHOUItNK, ,FLORIDA.
L"T was hand. Theglas., III raluod on high, and ,Ur vnrd County
-On the American and The tho words bf tho toast burst ou the astonished Finely situated on u high bluff! overlooking INDIAN RIVER.
Under new management. Newly as well air.of night in one massive Surf and itlll salt water bathing.: Hunting and Fishing./ Sanitary
family home. Ratee: American Plan, $:!. ,
; : girls tone born of more than a hundred plumbing, furnace-bea' and gas-light. Rates : 13 per day and up.
and up. All cars form Union Station eto} '
( with thousand voices Joined In the cry, Special by tbe week. Private Baths
ns "Prosit Neujabrt" ("Happy New ROBERTSON &; :FERGUSON.'
TIM beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at I for the Yen r.") I !

same ; The whole city thus salute itself: In- MELBOURNE, :FLORIDA.
: voking a blessing for the coming ;year I New Brown House, Urevurd
County
; In its first moment The sonorous majesty
New Hotel Windle tree; of the sentiment send out Its Centrally Located oo New Haven Avenue :Fine View of Indian River
10 to thee. and Crane Creek. Good Hunting and Fishing, Open the year Round
brief
echoing. clamor for a few mo RATES |a per day. Special' by the week. ,,
Center of City; cool, airy rooms; : : the meats: then ceusrn. Before the last GEO. if. BROWN Proprietor
clang of the twelve from the cathe
I .. .
$2 to $2.50 American plan house In the of was- dral's dome has melted! Into silence the -- .

plan f I per day, one person Free bus in the windows! have been\ closed and the FORT IMKUCI:. t .
plump hush of midnight settles once moreover
all ear lines. Special weekly rates. bowl
\ the deserted streets of the c\ty.-\
and Christian Endeavor World. Almond Boarding house, .PORT MERGE, FLORIDA.
out to
First-claim"board at reasonable rates can be secured at the Almond Private
WOLFE'S EUROPEAN HOTEL, ; : : : of New Y.."'. la Honmeal. I Boarding House. Only one block from depot. A nice place for people of
"pocu-" On New Year's day the -children of moderate mean Favorite I hoarding House of :Fort 1'leroe. ,
-ROoms SOcts, 75cts the Wallachtf. and the TransdanublauRoumanian J,. D. ALMOND,
take olive branches and go' ,
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A flrat-elasa Restaurant In Connection. ,
from house to house to compliment the
neighbor. with 'their good wishes WEST PALfll IJI:AOU.

which are not altogether disinterested, -
HOTEL DE s010 Under new foot as they expect to receive Id return
some little present. On the second day The Narcissus Cottages MARION and CORNELIA.
Plan. Re- happy
of the year; every stranger entering a
(Formerly Geneva.) Rates: before house 1* required to throw on the are Narcissus Street, West Palm Bench, Fla.

S. Just mall quantities of Halt, which are Rates ".60 to.$3.60 per day, Special rate,'by the week.
JACKSONVILLE FLA. cue placed In cups on the table for that Fronting on Lake Worth, with attractive view of the I'alm Beach shore .
that purpose. lie must then go to the hen- Delightful, airy rooms. JClectrlo lights hot and cold baths, and all modern.
ST i tatlon house and place an egg In the nest for convenience. Table service the bust. Small children not.taken

the ben to sit upon. If the ben consent MItH. U D. UO3KINSON a. West Palm Baaob,,Fla.imraioiti .

) '. eve. to perform her duty the guest 1 II considered -..- -.. .. ---. --- .. -- ..--.- ...--. .- .. ..._ 0---'
a fortunatejierson and U feted
.' de : :N. c.Kenilwortli .
In that house until evening. This custom ,
Hotel Magnolia \.o gut ill called "tb. lucky foot.NewYork .
( ). The Tribune.
C.j
func DILTMORE, N.
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: for 4t Th. Pr..Ld.."'. New Y....'.. Inn J ItKAtt AUHBVII.LC.

ONE OF THE FIRST':CLASS songs On New Year's, day the president of .
.' the United States more than earns his .
oaten OPEN THROUGHOUT THE: YEAR
', .' .". salary for be often hake* band with ,
1 NOW OPEN 6,000 or 7,000 of his curious and admiring -
\ EDGAR MOORS
B. I'roprletor.
to fellow cltlzeus. Tbe crowd i. carefully

watched by secret service men la .. '-- .. --. -. .. .-..- -- __ ---'
,; : frock coat, and two or three stand
PALMER & :your near him all the time prepared to seize SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE> ADVOCATE.

-.. any crank Intent.who approaches 'WIth murderous ..,.. --- --. ._--.-.- --_ ---.-.- -- --..-.'--- "__ .._. -- -. .-- ---,----- ..--'


Hotel St. George, ST. I I la book.al I'er8bi.MMombnrekbawsbedt""MsyIt lf.w> Year'e Oree.l.... $$100.1 Gold For a :Bos:: ofORANCESa

ENLARGED AND IMPROVED eUmes. be prosperous to you.") '
body Japan_" blnen nine detor ("I wish :
Elevator. Steam heat. Private baths. en you a happy New Yesr") and "Banzai
$3 per day. Send for an- raku!'" ("Good luck: for a thousand We Lan lad so many reports of the floe quality of orange raised with oar

years.")* Simon Pure fertilizer during the past year, that we have decided to offer $I OOIX
M., B. MONTGOMERY, of Chlna\ -"Kuni'.bl! Kung-bl.!" ("I No COL1! ) for the best, $2:5 for the second and $ 1O for tile third best box: of
Owner and and "Slnhl!
.pt.-cttnIl7"wfah' you joy") oranges of the crop of 100.', JIIS) and 19011. Three successive :years. The time (,f
Stahl ("May the new Joy be your. )
*. exhibition will N announced later s
hl The 'nly condition being that the crop of fruit shall be produced with our
yon by To Cure. In One Day Simon Pare Fertilizer. If a State Fair should be held during any ODe of the sea-

by all Fake LAXATITM BROMO QCISUTK: Tab- ,Bona> and at such time that creditable exhibit of citrus frail can be made, the 1
for let.. Druggists refund the money If li' 'display w;;ll be beld daring the fair, and at the place where the fair I la held.

OPPOSrTBPOSTOFFICBewi KINO AND ST. OEOROB STEBTS PLAZA .,.j eST < Wafer fails to cure. ''j E. W. rove's signature -F.or farther particular and booklets, addiess. ..

I ID each box., Red Cross Pharmacy. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville, Fla.
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{ ****.********************************************** Musaelman entertained Mr. and Mm.Gilbert MASONIC ELECTION AND IN ..rf
I and Mrs. Blair and son. Mualo followed .

'I ; Write For Our 100() -Page Illustrated Catalogue, the dinner, and the day glided unconsciously -*. STALLATION._____ i Most Complete Line !I
-Full of Suggestions for Christmas into evening. All were merry;

I +aN j and the day being Sunday as well as The annual election and appolntmen
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks! Xmas Day, was quietly and reverently of officers for the lear 1005() for Indiar
; remembered by all. River Lodge No. 00, took place in thi J $ EVER SHOWN IN. i

Jewelry, Cut Glass, During the service, Margaret Lynan Lodge-room Indian River hotel, Titus-. ..
formerly of Conn., but now residing rille, on Friday night last. There was I DIAMONDS CUT"GLAS3 :
.\ Silverware Etc. with Mrs. Thompson, at Merritt, was large attendance, and the voting wai
baptized Into the church. Mr. Husell spirited throughout. SOLID GOLD JEWELRY, STERLING SILVER TABLEe

Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Mr. and Mrs. Mlot, of Indianola acted! The following are the officers for the' GOLD FILLED JEWELRY, 1 WARE. ..

Satisfaction guaranteed. a* sponsors. ensuing year, : 'i J: STERLING; SILVER NOVELTIES $:. SILVER PLA.TED, WARE. i
Rev. Stuart-Martin preached a very M. 8. Barre Worshipful Master .
I 38.1 able and appropriate sermon Sunday, the TF. A. Morgan, Senior Warden.F. .
; nOj&
)l ; + Sterling Silver theme being: "Peace on Earth, Goodwill A. Lesley, Junior Warden. :: The finest line of Sterling Sliver Toilet Sets and Novelties ever :

Roman Gold PlnUh 7".9 e/ Toward Man .T. M. DIxon, Treasurer. shown In Titusville. :

f Locket .iI.tlJ! JEWELERS II 8ILVE1tSMIT. The Ringing by the choir on Sunday, J. L. Car rut hers, Secretary.
rtl, > ENGRAVED FIIEK. 41 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. was unusually fine. We overheard a J. R. Walker, Senior Deacon. ..
stranger say: "I have heard as good M. E. English,Junior Deacon. JaaarspECiAU; ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS. ..
**************************************************** voices In choir music before, but; not C. II. Walton Senior Steward f

outside of New York." The offertory A. A. Stewart Junior Steward. Tit sville -Fla. |
6 was particularly well rendered and well M. A. Stewart'" Tyler.v G. L. MANDAVILLE., / ,

t : .::L. L. :>D4:0".1"x..O: a XMAS IN THE SUNNY LAND Jesus selected" ,' "Come Thou Long Expected Vim.After II.the MoFarland election,Marshal.two candidateswere *********************.4A.****. **********************#

KOOKLKDOB.Tte Introduced for the third degree. -

,<0 Ii, .". : ..., TITUSVILLE-AND OTHER was a "very Chrlstmaa pretty tree one, and at'' the the Chapel decorations bUt They, In found the the end/goat, .they rather got obstreperous the better of; E- ::r:..,. : 3Rdz: : eeO.,

I; ,. Jj, him, and came off victorious without a
EAST COAST TOWNS. were in keeping with the tree. -DEALERS IN-
and MoNIece -
Evans
." briilso. Messrs.
A. The The following large audience program tilled was the rendered Chapel: were the aspirants for the Master Mason GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY! AND ALL FOOD .PRODUCTS,

I What the .DVOCA.TE" CorrMpondont ......" Christmas Time," degree. ,
'Tls The
Bong Merry
4 I Say About ChrUtmaa. 7................ ............ ......by school. It was neatly midnight ere the Lodge We handle PRODUCE of all kind. We are agent for MAPES FERTILIZERS
'' ''I Frayor... ..................... by Pastor. closed.On We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and'oUolt the trade of all consum
While Christmas In north- Addreee..... ...........
Day many Welcome .Amy Golfer. Tuesday evening the installationof era Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
....
era cities WM a day of snow/and stormy Banff ."Chlldren. Rosanna".bysohoo4 officers took and this was followed TITUSVILLE
He.ponilve reading... ...."The Prophecy." : place, E. L. BRADY A BRO. FLA.
weather here, at Tltusvllle, Indian River .,......v....................by school.ReoltitlOO. by.a light supper.
Florida, we had bright blue aides and ................... ...Infant Clans. -
warm genial weather, with door and Bone: ......... .J. ..,. ........"'Kln ofKol(8.! "
...... Cbrfit."
"The Mirth of
Rasponslre reading
windows wide open ladles In white Beolution.... ... .."The Tiding of the Angels." MARRIED. W. E. GOLDSMITH
dresses and shirt waists, men wearing .......................... ...r. Mary Dougl..... ,
... light summer clothing, and many with. Closing... .............. ...............Antloch.
'
December 25th 100-1, at -Dealer In-
y .: ArrwftlV out coats or vests. Between 11:00 and The tree was well' laden with present Married on
V l 3:00: o'clock the thermometer registered; for the children and grown people. the home of the bride' sister, Mrs. F. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
Fine Liquors Beers Gifford! Miss Rose T. Penny
1\\ Wines 750 In the shade while last Christmasthe C, at Vero ,
i Ales Stout, Eto. f EAU QAIXIE. to W. B. Davis, the Rev, W. T. Lalne, .
.: thermometer was 85 10 warmer. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
ii q Send me your orders! The weather was all that could be desired The children' Christmas entertain. of Sebastian officiating.The TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
t, and ,with snob ment at the Methodist church on Christmas wedding was a quiet one, only a
bright
TITUSVILLE and CoCOA FLORIDA. ; warm, sunshine
relatives and friend being
i there were very few complaints eve, filled the large building to the few of the '
as to the .temperature doors and many were unable to effect present. The bride is the youngest:
-although some
t did say It was rather warm for Christ- an entrance Into the building. The tree' daughter of Capt. N. N. Penny of Na- Wna. R. Walker
r East Coast Meat Market ma*. wa the usual success.. than and is one of Brevard's popular
;, The colored citizen celebrated Christmas school teachers, having taught In the
The stores in lltnsvllle did an Immense --. Dealer In -
by an entertainment and also a schools of the county a'Dumber of
G. F, DUREN,.Agent. the exchequers business during of the the merchant holiday.,were and Christmas tree in the Methodist church. rears.Tbe. Storple anal: :Fancy:: :" : Groceries: ,

Deacon Bate and Brown and many bridegroom Is 'a very popular

litt ..CD=: ::g considerably main streets were I Inoreaued.well packed Tltusvllle's with people other prominent colored resident were young man, well-known in Fort Pierce Fruits: anal: Vegetables,
C2I'S where he has been hold-
md
Sebastian
t :>> on and of dollar present and viewed the proceedings.MELBOURNE. .
_. Saturday, a big pile Ing the responsible position of engineer : Gra1c. anal :Feed:: :"
..ra.:: changed hands. On every hand and Sa-y-.. : : .,
those is
10 the Ice plants at places avery
I .c: ,:g were sign/ of yuletide among our people
.- the ADVOOATB editor About sixty /guest were present a.t worthy young: man. Tour Patronage Solicited"
s:: well-remembered friends, In also and being dinner at Hotel Carleton on Christmas The newly married couple left on the TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.XaXTTSZHEtX" .
;S!>> g". by out Da,. The dinner was good well cooked evening train for Fort Pierce, where
of with
iI -- town and pretty presents both useful well served and enjoyed by all. The they will spend a few day before returning -

There ornamental.was service In the Baptist decorations were beautlfnl and suitablefor to Sebastian at which place TXTUSQILLI7: l5iTE1.'SL .
Christmas time. The managers are they will make their home for the present

en church Christmas Day; the edifice wa to be congratulated on the excellent way __ _____
b M appropriately decorated for the occasion, thus __ ___
Cy.:: ee.JI and the attendance was fairly good; at they cater to the public, making FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORSES,
C4l the Carleton like a real happy borne. A VOTE OF THANKS.
.. each aervioe.There .
h d Gilman of New York .
l Mrs. Chas. a
was a Christmas tree at the .,.STABLES... I BUGGIES
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.iRobbins charming guest at Hotel Carleton, has,
Baptist church on Monday evening, andIt aa usual each Christmas, been the !Santa: Archdeacon B. F. Brown-through the BAGGAGE .
was preceded by appropriate- exercises Claus In Melbourne remembering nearly medium of the ADVOOATK-desires to SURREYS

- as follows everyone In town with a token. tender; to his friends 'at Fort Pierce, .
& Graham Co. tonne..-..J01 to the World,....Mln FrosoherIlaoitatkm Waveland Jensen and Stuart his sincere TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS of
,i .. .... The Two Little Stocking TORT PIERCE.
........ /...... ...... l.eona Carrutben Christmas exercises were held at St. thanks for the complimentary contributions HAULING ETC. ...n kinds..
-t 1 1I BOOK.......While Shepherd Watch Their ; sent him since his removal to
I (Incorporated.) Vlnnktby Nl Iub': ....................he Choir Andrews church Sunday morning. They Orlando. These, with the gratuitous '
PAID UP CAPITAL $;] ,OOO.OO lion"..Tb.lioll'i mocking....J4atoe I'r..chltr were opened with the favorite carol, offerings before his removal from'' Titus- _. 3VC.: Os bLhn: "
.Xb Dream of Slater I Agnes "
1 This company own I.... ::::... ............... Ktuel Hioksoa Hark the Herald Angela Sing. Then vllle assure him of their appreciation TITUSVILLEIn; rear of Bobbins' Law omce7LORIDA..
followed the distribution! of present,
of his of hard labor them
Miss Mary Carruthers presided at the years among
L :O S. The first was an envelope containing/ More especially do they touch his. heart, ,
.. .. organ.:
The church was crowded with people, five dol ar gold piece, presented to the 10 view of the fact that for months before INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. and the majority of them received presents Faithful and accomplished organist handsome Mrs. his removal be was unable,owing to
0. b. Hlnes. Next wall a
River and Bay ; off the beautifully-decorated tree. he Illness of Mrs. Brown, to hold errorIces TITUSYILLE, FLA.
q Lncle River; at New on Teacher's Bible presented by the Sunday )
Owing to Christmas Day coming on W. on the lower missions II prepared to furnish Ice In any .quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
school to their Superintendent, T.
,, Blsoayne. Prices to suit the times Sunday, the small boy fired off: hf rockets Harbin. The teachers Mr. F. 61'. Tyler paid sacking for Yaohts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.T. .

Send for Land Llat. crackers eto., on Saturday and this and Mr.U. B. Paxton both received DANCING IN TUSVILLE. T. WETMORE: Proprietor.

Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. business he attended to with a will. handsome prfl 8nt.. Then the children
All stores and of business
place -except
their classes all received
according to a
office the-wern postoffloe open ,on bank Monday and ADVOCATE morning:, very nice book each. Miss Margaret Dancing is still much In vogue In Tl- ':!:': .:tl.n.: .: .::c.g, P1-: : :mbiY1:: : : t,
Tyler and Miss Lily Trowell each recited tu.vllle. and Wednesday night wa no ,
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FOR SALE. but this office decided to give all the nicely. Then each one received a exception to the rule for there was another
very
i stall a whole holiday on the day following small chapel filled with candy and an enjoyable dance In the Opera and general repairing of all kind.

Over 1,000 acre on Indian River Fla. Christmas. Messrs. Brady and Gold. oranfte. Everyone seemed to be well louse, when the merry dancers "tripped .
smith closed In the afternoon. satisfied with their present the light fantastic" until the "wee sma' Leaders, Gutters, Stove Pipe Etc., made to order. Pipe Fitting., Etc:.
BUILDING LOTS, WILD LAND, Many flags were living In town and
hours." It was a cool night, hence it ,
ORANGE GRAPEFRUIT GROVES, the Indian River Band performed a choice TIBBALS. was all the more enjoyable.
r selection of music on the bandstand on The Christmas dance at the Country There will be another danoe (n' the -Business Promptly Attended; To-

PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS, Sunday, afternoon. Club, on Thursday evening, was one of Opera house, Tituslile, this (Friday)

__ --$3 to 91,006 PER ACRE- The best decorated places intowu were the most successful ever given; there, the evening, and aa the Titusville orchestra Address or call on GEO, J. WHITE Titusville Fla.
the Indian hotel and Sembler Cot- .
Owing to health owner will sell River attendance being very large] and the has been engaged for the occasion, a big
poor tage. At the Sembler Cottage wa a holiday spirit seemed to have taken po crowd of dancer will, probably be pre
i any quantity 'desired, cheap, on easy large Cbrlstmaa tree, gaily decorated session of all, causing feet to fly to the sent

term Rare opportunity for profitable with presents, etc., and every guest of good music generously/ furnished. The TitusYillle Blacksmith
investment. the house received one or more presents. The usual number of dinner partieswere CHURCH NOTICES. Shop ,
JAMB. ,HOLMES The distribution of presents from the given on Christmas day Mr. and .

,. ll-12t Jensen ]1'1Hodgson' ,,. tree commenced directly after supper, Mr W. II. Harris entertained guests O. B. STEELE Proprietor.All .
and a* they were taken from the tree by from Stuart among whom,were Mr. and Preaching at Tltusvllle at the Methodist :-
--- Mr. Chas. II. Walton and handed around Mrs. Gallagher Cairo, 111. Mr. and Mrs. church on Sunday by the pastor, kinds of ;Blacksmith Machine and Engine Boiler Work will be done by

by Mr. E. N. Wattles young and old Harry Jennings also had guests from out Rev. W. F. Allen. Services at 11 a. m., experienced workmen.
Bros. commenced to wear a cheerful smile.
f of town. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
'
There were probably fifty or more present EDEN. fudge Penney Supt. Pastor will preach -Bugglea and Wagons Made to drder and Repaired--

EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. on the tree and no boarder In the Christina has come and gone. We also at Mime In the afternoon at 3:30.: A bicycle, gun and.I ..
house whole
grad to get one. The thing are all relieved that the strain I Is over, To all these .ervlcell"' all are cordially
Marine Railway. was a success, the prime mover in and a* usual we talked very largely nvlted.Rey. G-on.era,1E1..opa1.r: : : shop
this affair Mrs. F. M.
Interesting being
General Merchant and Ship: Chandler Terrlll. of New Hartford Conn., assisted about hurry how another we will ,arrange how we to will avoid begin the J. B. Hawk will preach at City will be operated in connection with the Blacksmith and Machine Shop.

.Special Facilities.. by kiss C. M. Palmer, of New York; In January to make year Xmas gifts, but as Point, Sunday January 1st. This will -SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-
and Messrs. Chas H. Walton A. II. be the last sermon before Conference.
i For Hauling Out Storing and Repairing every month brings Its own work, we
I O'Neal, A. J. Sembler and E. N. Wattle will begin a* usual, December 10th, and He will also preach at Eau Gallie at I
Yachts and Launches. The guests of the Sembler Cottage say :30p.: m..
t and
alt up night and be.oroes, then be
Mention the .DVOOATB when writing' than their Christmas was a far better one ashamed of the skimpy little gift we The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.
they anticipated.
t have prepared. See If we don't. Kurnlshed Rooms. ,
I CHRISTMAS AT OKOBOIANA. The Christmas tree exercises at the

: j BRICKLAYER & '''PLASTERER. The church wall beautifully decorated Congregational church were very Interesting IS :ntord: IS'lorictA,
Two Furnished Rooms for rent suitable
and their
: to the small people
with the lovely palms, fern and flowersthat bed
for
light housekeeping.: No or
'Old Santa appeared promptly
parents.
are so abundant here at Christmas
table linen. Good location
!It on time and was greeted very lovingly AGENTS FOR-
time. A beautiful Christmas tree was "
I will be located In Eau Gallie after fixed at the south side of the pulpit, by all the little ones, who all received tf "M. P., ADVOCATE Titusville. WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING
pretty gifts from him. The committee MACHINES
many
and It decorated. It
wa very tastefully
July 5th and be prepared to do all kind
who bad the affair In charge deserve
loaded with until ACME HARROWS
I was literally presents, The Old Blacksmith Shop. CLARK'S CUTAWAY HARROWS,
I of work in this line. Write me for estimate It would; hold no more. Then the Communion much credit.

on your work. Reference If de- table wa filled high a pyramid SPRUCE BI.VVV.' F. W. DEVOE'S MIXED PAINTS ELL WOOD'STEEL WIRE FENCE.

II red. Address, wa formed on the pulpit a mound was The Christmas exercises of the child. All kind of Btacksmlthlng and Wagon
made the and still there Work tire shrank without ,
on floor, were Bluff] held at theioboolhouse ; cutting-a
at were
THOS. F. KELLEY, presents to be found room for. Several lea Spruce Deo. 21th, In connection wonderful de.lo1 quicker, cheaper and MA.ohino:: f3hoplsi
: ,
I Box 232. Eau Gillie, P1.. baskets were tilled and handed out. The 'with, the annual Christmas tree of the much better. Horse shoeing and gun "
programme was abort owing to severalof neighborhood. Tbe school I small, but repairing. Do not be led astray.. Cometo ,_ Plumbing: : Tin an.d.l:
the young folk having a touch of lagrippe. the old shop
NNNNFMHHNNN.N each. scholar did his or her best, and J. D. Erans, Titusville Fla. 11: e1a1: ('v'Q Orr ..
great credit la due them for the pro '
E. Hall Miss Resale Carter presided at the ongao they rendered 'Following I Ie the
: Vesey : ; gramme
Misses Emily and Edna Bond, Ad-

< Georgians, Fla. elald Hempstead and Le Pare Barnett I Song.programme.."All Hall.: 0 Chrlstraaa Morn"...School ARE YOU LOOKING. Everything in Builders' Hardware
a beautiful Christmas Recitation
sang song. Hecltatlon."Little fairy Bnowflake." ,.
i : Boat Builder. by Walter Carter. Two piece on ............ .................... ..Ethel miLl
2 ; WRITE FOR PRICES-
the violin by Miss Edna Bond a few ReoltatloD... .Th.Christ. Cbnd"..Cb.rlle I'ulUIiIeoltatlnn..Wbe. ,
.. Doe Santa Clam
j IONLYFIRST-CLASSWOBK.J' more songs, and the present were dlsiribiited Liver' ............ .. .......Har.ey Winter ,...FOR BUSINESS ?
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every one going home happy. Recitation .. "Chrlstmaa".Charlie Btak.
< > Write for Estimates. < Rut no one enjoyed it ao ranch as Auntie Boor."It Never Shall Paas Away".School. THE EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO..
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Recitation "I Wish You A Merrr Christma1 ,
f NNN................ Hughes, wbo had not been able to be ............ ... ........Sidney Winter Mjrxm.crcBKBa AND'
away from her home for seven months citation. ."Twenty Tear A'j.harll'uIU!' If you are. then ADVERTISE In the DXALEKS: iw-

4 except the three wdeks she spent in the I imitation."'loo*:............."Bella.... "ChrUtfclndchen's of Heaven.....Chair"...School! EAST COAST ADVOCATE, one of the moat LUMBER AND BUU.DIXG'UATERIAL-EyefJthlng to construct a h ".I).

hospital at St, Augustine. Miss Beth .. Satan WinterIteoltitlon"
widely circulated In this state. .
Jruner also had a beautiful Christmas Ceri.t's Birthday" "AdNlne Ulaknlee papers
tree at her home on Monday evening. Bong...... ....."Beowaeka'.School Your money outlay will be small bat Brick Lime and Cememb. Plaster and Hair.' Tamed Work, Brackets.

The Epworth League made a Christmas After the programme came the tree. your trade will be materially Increased-- .88hJ Door. Blind Paint and Glass. Scroll and Cabinet Work.Nalls .
present/to, the, church of two very which contained gifts for all. One of Jacksonville's prominent merchants and Hardware Door and Window Frame Door and Window Screen:
handsome pulpit chairs on Christmas More songs ana game followed after "We Roofing and Sheathing Paper Masary'a Paints and Varnishes.
wrote Insertedour
i Eva which the gathering broke up. Messrs. recently ns: Price are. not always the lowest, but stock I* always the Best.
MCBBTTT.Mr. Cook and BUkealee Stratford Conn., ad. la your paper for three months
and' Mr*. Oroese. entertained at were the only outside guests present as a trial. It baa already done good so -YarcU at Titoaville. Eau GaUIe. Fort Pierce and West Palm, BeachTHE -

dinner:, Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Carter and please Insert the ad. for another nine
i Mr. Tburaby. Bobby Growe had a For Charter.Cruising months.
I beautiful tree heavily laden with !
gift ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
t That Is bow live merchants
1 from many friend of the family. 'yawl Trochee. For partlopara up-to-date
There were several delightful dinner ., enquire of the owner, speak of the ADVOCATE as aa adverting

1 parties given Xmas day.' Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pitching, Stuart Fla.' medium. CARRIES THE LARGEST STOCK OF: STATIONERY IN TIlE COUNTY.



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