Title: East Coast advocate
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00378
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: December 20, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00378
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

Full Text
.....-. .

, ., w .
-



i

I





.



.

4erj-




J'r 0 f AA 3 .

II\ 4y03y0R FAyFO 0 ti' '!




-
-
3 = 5ca





-
-

, :& ;;; ei

), "'" at

cS g


- 1
t '


.AND IND I.AN" RIVER. CHRIONICI --.... !


--- -- ------ ----

.1I VOL. 93. NO. 17. TITUS vi IVLE, FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER GO. 1001. PRICE Bo. I

. __ __ __
I

LOCAL NEWS CHRISTMAS PRESENTS for all, from DON'T WAIT. Special prices given to HEADQUARTERS. Old Santa ClAnsIs FOR YOUR OHAND\IOTHEIt.: a Rocker AMONG THE HOTELS.Mr. 1.

the Infant to the octogenarean. Come Sunday!: Schools. See us. represented at Walker & Co's., Tltusvllle. ; your mother, the same; and you

look see, and we'll sell you. J. R. WALLEK A Co., Tltusvllle. Get In your order. sweetheart, too. The most lovely line Edward Maust, steward of the I
And Topic" of General Interest. WALKER & Co., Tltusville. ever.shown In Tltuavllle at the reliable
Hotel Magnolia, 8t. Augustine bas given
-Mr. E. L. Brady left for Miami on SAM PERKINS, Sanford Is Dyeing. atore.uf John H. Walker A Co up hotel work to go Into business In tile '

:THE ADVOCATE FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO Wednesday for a few days. at Qaid North with his father.Notwlth.tandiog r
Dr. Dodson near Court-house. Kvery Friday bargain day -Dr. 1). J, DIBol has roturod to Cocoa
$1.60 per annum in advance. CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH ner's, Titusville. from .a trip down the river. the unsettled state of '
$1.00 '. six months, '. -Get your piano tuned by Mr. Adolf. Gallery Tltusville, and look at samples lion K. B. Raulersou of Fort Pierce the woollier, quite a few attended the 1
I $2.00 per an, to foreign countries. M. Jaelide of Leesburg who will be In -Now Is your time to buy launch or dance In the Pavilion, Seabreeze last r
-Mr. J. E. Ingraham chief of the arrived In town yesterday.
Tltusville about the l.Uh of December. sailboat cheap. Read the ads on this and Mrs
Saturday night given by Mr
When subscribe for the ADvoCATE Land Department of the F." E. C. Railway I
I you Do not forget this.Elsewhere JflT" Filter tubes are now for sale at page. R. E. Lyle .
the it docs not cost through Wednesday I
, by year you passed here
this 2tats: extra showed
office price ; postage -Col. H. F. Travis, of Cocoa,
three cents,per week, postage; included. we have an ad. of the on his way to Miami. In reply to northern( subscribers, we
I II John B Stetson University, DeLand. -Mr. E. P. Portlier, of Cocoa, paid a his genial countenanco In town yester may state that Hotel Posplaticl, Daytona; t
I of Mrs.: Howe of the
date printed popular
Note expiration upon one
This university well known to Flor- visit to Jacksonville this week. day I\nllIolol Colonnades. and the Clarendon '
your paper or wrapper every week. This Idians, and should receive a liberal patronage guests of the Sembler cottage, unfortunately -Mrs E. i', Pi.roher, of Cocoa, han. : Inn Sehbrcnre are now open and enter f )'
Bal'nntln who lists beenon
is a receipt for your money. No need fell down part of the stairs on -Mr, J. W. >
by our people. this weuk. boon visiting her sister Mrs. talnlng /See 7th
guests.
for us to send receipt for subscription. Tuesday morning, bruising herself quite a visit to Orlando, returned to City; page. I ,
The date glees it to you. -Two of the moat popular young ladies badly. Point yesterday 1). A. Blodgett of Daytona.Mr. The shad season at Palatka has begun, t ,
staving at the Clarendon InnSea- and the table of the Graham hotel .
S. G. Vanlandtngham, manager alwayshas ,
ONE-HALF or THE 400 CHANCES OX -Mr. L. M. Murray, the popular representative -
- breeze, are Miss Gertrude E. Stephens of the Bond Lumber Cu'.. yard at this plenty of the St. Johns River shad
BIT" Reading notice ads. are ten cents that dress suit case at Rhodes', Titus- I I of Marx: Bros.., Jacksonville, ,
this of London, England: (who Is a fine musician place paid Cocoa a visit on Tuesday The Graham Is the favorite tourist resort '
line on page. vllle Have f arrived la town yesterday
per are gone. you got one yet 'I'
); and Miss M. Wallace Welaka. I since the Putnam hotel closed
Sam l'erkln.Sanford, cleans clothes. They are given away with every cash ELEGANT BOOKS FOR CHRISTMAS -Col. C. P Lovell, of the Clyde Line
WHAT IS NICER FOR A CHRISTMAS purchase of $1 or over. presents at Screven's drug store, Titus- was a passenger, on yesterday's southbound Manager W. Rlpley and his help will 1

-Mr. T. 11'. Williams of Daytona, was present for the men folks, than a silk -The work of laving the foundationfor yule Our prices are low. train, on his way to the Netherby. arrive at DeLand, from' Marlon. Ma"'il
umbrella a new neck tie a silk tomorrow to th I'
in town on Wednesday. fancy Eden. today or get
the brick for J. R. Walker
vest, or similar articles of apparel ? big store -Mr. Wade H. Jones Is now the possessor . I known College Arms hotel In readiness I
-Gardner makes special prices. Fri- Rhodes Is up to date on these goods.Mr. & Co., Tltusville, was commenced on of a line horse and carriage, anti I -Mr. Eugene Hunt, representing one for the opening which will be on the I*
C. days. Monday morning;, and the walls are rap- be bus been enjoying the ploturesqne of Chicago's big commission houses loft 28th Instant
and !Mrs. A Pltou, of New York idly going up. drives In the neighborhood of Titusville for the Narrows, yesterday He Is after
-When writing advertisers please who have been at Hobe Sound for a. whl le, beans Mr: Harry E. nom, manager of the '
-Mr. who has this week.
mention the ADVOCATE.Mr. looking after the building ot their new Harvey Tomltnson Royal Vlotoila and Colonial hotels Nassau "

Fred A. Losley and two sons residence and launch passed through been in St. Augustine called for to New several York weeks. -Take note of the Buffalo Gasoline -Mr. and Mrs. Joseph home Bauer Oceanus have ar- N. P., panned through Tltusvllle,
was suddenly winter at
on rived at their
Tltusville Saturday last en route home. Motor Co.'s ad. on our 4th Anyone lots to the above
paid visit to Daytona !Sunday: returning : page. yesterday on way
*
account of the serious Illness of his to to Palm
here next day.Roadmaeter Mr. Pltou Informed us that they would needing a motor of the above kind, From there they expect go British Ilrand' where he Is very popular
again return to Hobe Sound:! this winter. daughter on Sunday* should write Mr. George R. Wallace of Beach for a while. The Royal Victoria opens to-morrow.

E. B. Carter of the F. -As will be seen In the West Palm West Palm Beach, for particulars. YOU CAN GET TUB: UI<::8'J' AND TIlE
-Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald, of Hotel proprietors throughout Florida
E. C. Railway Co. passed through here
,
Beach Items on our 5th Mr. Henry line of Candies Nuts, Fresh
his to Dade county. Miami, have been enjoying a. few days' page. -The Hamilton Brown Shoe Co, of cheapest ere requested to read the Florida game
Tuesday, on way J. of Tltusvllle Is la Tltusvllle st W.E.
visit at St. Augustine this week, and Anthony formerty' St. Louis, Mo., bas the thanks of theADVOCATB and Dried Fruits and bird law, published on our 4th page
-Capt. and !Mrs. James Pritchard returned dead. Deceased bad a. host of friends flue of Goldsmith's. Special holiday stock. this
their many old lends gave them hearty for a very picture Lots of your giiista will need Infatuation
home, Saturday last from Miami greetings In the old town where they who will regret to learn the sad news. "The Prettiest Woman Ameilca." It Judge M.! S, Jones left for Klondike, during the season, and the pink

where they visited Mr. and Mrs.F. formerly resided. They were the guests -Mr. Geo. II. Curry and family, of I I. well worthy a. place In our editorial! yesterday to npenil Chilslnuta with Mr. paper Is publishing It for*your benefit,

11. Budge for a. week or so. of Miss Anna McKay while in the Ancient Key West, passed through here 'Tues rooms, and It now hangs In a conspicuous and Mrs. John C. Jones. Mrs Jones free of cost

-Messrs. R. L. Motlow of this place; City. day on their way home from Key West, place In our front otlloe. and Miss Annie will\ follow to-morrow. The Hotel Palms Is In full running order

and G. G. Garrett of Baltimore Md., Writing us from Woodstock, Conn., Mr Curry had a bad cold, and said he -Mr. F. Vernon Smith, of Palmyra, Vloe-Piesldent J. H. Ptirrott, Traffic for the winter season. They have a

has been In the woods several days this Mrs. Everett Webster says: "As my was glad to be on the East Coast again. N Y., who Is spending the winter with Manager, Jos 1'. Ileokwllh and General full complement of help, from the North ?

week looking, for'bear deer and quail. mother's health Is very poor, I shall be They will probably stop over In Miami his parents at the residence of Capt. J. Hupt. It. '1'. GolT. of thou F. E. C. Railway Including clerk (lee. A. Hardy; and

-.Jesse Jones, a respectable colored obliged to stay north this winter; but I for until after West.the holidays" and then leave O. Walton has become a member of the passed through here, yesterday en routeto A. 1'. Rowe and wife on chef and assistant

resident of Manatee formerly of Tltus- find It very cold after the balmy winter Key Indian River Hand, Tltusvlllo; and as Dade county.Mr. and white waiters In the dining

vllle, was In town this week, and calledat climate of Indian River, where I should A party of prominent Chicagoans he Is a good musician, the boys say he Is of Jersey room, says our West Palm Beach corres
H.
and Mrs C. -
Simpson
this office to subscribe for the ADVO- like to be. The newsy and popular pink are staying at Hotel Colonnades: Sea an acquisition to their amateur band.arl"led In town pondent.Mr. .
J. so
day or
N a
: CATE. paper however Is a lot of company for .breeze for the season as follows: Mrs.. I -"}( for Money" was producedat this City week, on their, spent way to seveial places Roy 1'. Barker, the chief clerk of
me, so please find $IJbO Inclosed, to renew ... C. McDonnell Miss McConnell )1111"Eleanor
,
the house Tltusvllle on Wednesday will the Cluiendon Inn Henbreoxe\ a genial
KIT: Please send in your Items for the for another Opera as fAr south as Miami They stop
subscription( McConnell and Miss the
my year. ; Henry
before a fairly crowded fellow who has a host of friends.
ADVOCATE issue of December 27th, not evening, at Hotel Itlsoayno Miami. young
later than Dec. 23rd if possible, as it la -'''he St. Augustine correspondent of governess. Miss McConnell paid a visitto house. The play was given by the Jack. formerly of Indlanola Uy-the-way, he Is quite musloaf-vocally\
the Times-Union nnd CltlzenI'eferl'lnjtto St. Augustine on Sunday returning Core Company. The specialties were -Mr. Don Martin, and InRtrlln.entaJly-and Is a member of i
want
and do our
not
Christmas week we
to work in this office on Christmas a former resident of Tltusvllle, says: to the Colonnades next day. Sue was bright catchy and amusing, oRII..lnllaIrAod surprised his many D kvtona friends the Clarendon amateur orchestra, which i
employees Robert Rantion, who a few days ago, accompanied by Miss Henry. deal of applause. Jtoth the pluy last Friday, by bringing home a beautiful also Includes Mrs. lladlleld, Miss\ tier.

Day. undertook the removal of the heavy ord- -l\Ir. and Mrs. Clias. B. Cory, of Boston and artists were well received. young [bride. Ills sister-formerly trade E. Stephens and Messrs B. and F. M
-Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Egger; ; arc: inance the the known us Miss Allle J\.uUn-who. now Wlllott.Mr. .
presented city by govern regular winter visitors .to Palm
Mr. and Mrs. 1\. P. Andrews of U also vlslllng her
resides In Now York
now snugly ensconced In the Budge vacatedby cot- ment from Fort Marion to the Plaza, Beach, passer through here, Tuesday Wnveland, who have boon on a bridal' mother at Seabieczo. Whim swan by anAOVOCATK I), 11. Muttinnon, who managed.
tage, on Main street recently has Succeeded In transferring one heavy evening, en route to Liuderd.ile, where H'.>tct Cv'inlnn Oimnrul lost summer ,
niontlr ,
and Mu M. F. Goldsmith and trip. of about a cO'lple..f paasodtlu'ough'i'llusville reporter, !Huniliiy: they wel'Vl"uklng i
Mr. Two others are to follow. Pyramids Mr. houseboat, the
cannon. Coiy's Wanderer
hold the responsible of
Mond looking I as tuitlo do now position
ly von
and Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin, who are now I\dl.I'I') its
of bills will be made lit
cannon Is unclioied. Mr. Joseph Jefferson and happy and jovial, as on the dry" of their stuwaul at hotel l Colonnades Seabreeze;
at Fort Pleice. several places In the Plaza. and when Mr. Fred !Sherry: joined Mr. Cory In his wedding Mr. AII.h'owK-whu will soon -Dr. James M. Nfnnvon, of rtillaclelnhi \- while Mr. Call Knuppw who Is known to "

=The many East Coast friends of Mr completed.. the place will present a very private oar at this place and aoanmt.itn- have a residence ol'ectl'l-hllllllll.II' very *, accompanied by his mid, Mr. James many as a former clerk at the St. James I

nIi. Geo. Mtrrltt, the well-know.Q professional warlike, appearance." led him to Lauderdale for a day's fishing pleasant. vacation, and now ho has" returned M. Alunyon, Jr., and Ills private I secretary, hotel. Jacksonville; And Continental ho

Ii.I litI golfer of the Ormond links, will regret -Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Drennen and the In New Klver.-Lake Worth Now to Waveland to look after hi* Sir Abeiaelhy passed! through Tltus tot Atlantic lioach Is chief clerk of the

[ : to learn he has met with a bad accident; Misses :Margueilte Lenore and Marie Much to the pleasure of her many pineapple plantation.On vllle, Monday, nn their way to M.inyon'sl.land Colonnades.Manager .

he was thrown from a buggy at Ormond, Drennen, of Ann Harbor Mlchlgin and friends Mrs. D. A. Blodgett has return- near Palm lieaoh. Dr. Munyon
.. Arthur r.. Marsh of Hotel
/ and broke his leg.Contractor .- Martins Ferry. 0. after spending a. few her winter home Faturday night a special meetingof the proprlutor andmanufacturer, of Munyon's
to on Itidgewood are. been\ .
,
Indian River
St. Johns Chapter was held, and the remedies, Is one of the best known Rockledga, has view.Ingthe
J. Hall he bas put a days at the Indian River hotel, boarded Daytona. As reported In a former Issue launches
P. Royal Arch degree was conferred uponJ. In the United Statue Ur. Munyon. Messis. W. H. Peters
new fence on the north side of Captain their yacht Friday afternoon, and sailed of the ADVOOATK, Mrs. Blodgett; I U. (;Conrad .... E Bond and G. W. ''It men will bo remembered purolmnwl Pitts', Daytona I and Hodgson IIro., Rau Gallle,'
J. O. Walton's place In South Ti tun villa, away in high glee for the Dummitt orange stayed over In Atlanta for a;whilo, where Beach It Is said that the goat; had a Inland on Lake Worth from Mr. N. W.I'ltts 'this week with the object of buying.

A.'S as well as putting down new posts and grove, where they expect to enjoy her sister ,Mrs. I)II jlll S, was III. Mr hard time with the Bond Lumber Co.: Iastyear, and he Intends to create These launches are advertised for sale lathe I ,

giving the east, west and south sidesa themselves for the next three or four Blodgett and servants continued on to and the company suffered some reverses. there what will be one of the mist plo ADVOCATB:, and we understand theyare '
months. We acknowledge a pleasantcall the house
ID order r.
Daytona; to get while
thorough overhauling After the meeting, the members went beautiful homesin bargains
from the above who have turonfjiie and uniquely e
party we Mrs. Blodgett aDd family were making
YOU CAN BUY GOODS CHEAPER ATRhodes' understand, been having a glorious timeIn their visit In Atlanta. over to the St. Klmo and partook' ofFudger's all America. It Is not his Intention to Hotels f/'olonimles: .andT Clarendon, Sea- I _
than elsewhere / best eating and drinking.-D have the finest mansion In tho country and
.!Tltusville this famous orange grove since they breeze, are now opau entertaining a
and at the same time get a ticket for left Tltusvllln. Mr. Drenoen and his -Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Wood, family Land News. but to have ..n. Munyon's Island a home fair number of guests, who seem to be

" every $1 cash purchase, which will entitle daughter and niece came down to Tltus and maid whom an ADVOCATE representative T-Minn May Cresson the bright and at which his friends wish find a beauty quite pletisuil with th*n.. cosy hostelries ,:

you to a chance In the drawing for vine, Wednesday, to attend the enter recommended to the Clarendon energetic advertising/ manager of the !;t.Anjllu.tlDot and a restfulness which they cannot help which are under the joint management ,. '
that $.!0 dress suit\ case and toilet et.Yesllrs. tainment at the Opera bouse. Inn, Seabreeze nearly month --I'll", on Kecord was a pleasant caller but enjoy to the very utmost. Jt will be If Messrs. C. C. Post & Leonard GUI .!
their adorn from Cuba Informed us It the ADVOCATE office Tuesday. She H home from which for genuine comfort who are ably supported by Messrs. Carl
at on to
M. S. Sara*, of Courtney; "':''M,. C. D. Mnnsnn, one of our subscribers wag; their Intention stay only three wits In town for the purpose of soliciting and lecture even those, who tire. possess fCnappe, I>. B. Msthssoa and Kay T. j'P ,:

'T. 11. /Sanders of IndUnola came two promInent in Fltdhburg, Mass, who own days on the beach; but they were so s orange growers, up to townon plantation\ and orange ) with the hotel and paper time labor I
a pineapple grove pleased Its surroundings cents, and did pretty well up to the something. Dr. Munyon says that rn. l'OIIt.t; GUI are anticipating a !
Friday last to attend the meeting of Ii' Ankona, -one of the prosperous hamlet that they stayed at the Clarendon she reached Tltusvllle-getting ads. to ers would probably go to work on the big: rush of tourists this winter and w 0 I i,
Indian River Lodge No, IK, F. & A. M. on Indian Klver- rlu-s us an fol- Inn nearly a month. They left for their the amount of about $ 100. She certain. house within a few weeks. This house do not think they will be disappointed. N I tF.

This l Is quite a little distance to come to Uws: "As I am Interested In Ankona home at sal St. Marks avenue Brooklyn ly makes an excellent: canvasser, and Is a will be entirely of wood the Interior Hotel Colonnades employes all white I''
attend the Lodge meetings, ; but It shows and all that is going on In Brevard county N. Y., on Saturday last, but hope to credit to the Rooori. She left here for largely of curly birch and blrdn ve maple walti'esses. d

they take Interest In the fraternity.Mr. In the way of Improvements, will you sgsln: return before the winter Is over Cocoa Palm teach and to be brought from Maine. The plans t
Michigan be so kind as to publish what Is being Mr. Wood Is one of New York's prominent Kocklsrfge, are now being prepared.WE Hotel Breakers. under management M },
Jno. O. Williams Miami where have doubt she will
no
thus "For done about the rock road, from the rock Attorneys, and has his offices at No. we of Mr. W. 1'. Kenney, has been undergo- J
avenue Chicago, writes us : quarry bought IE. Dade by the County 50 Wall street. meet with much success.KEEP AUK STILL GIVING A TICKET InK considerable alterations and Improvements -

some time passed I have been carefully Commissioners of Brerard". ; and whether WARM THESE COLD DAYS uo the drawing of the suit case with of late the owner, Mr. H. L. Koch- f
reading several of your Florida weekly THE BEST ALL SOLID MEN'S SHOE each cash purchase of $1.0O or over. considerable
the work will be first done at Waveland, when you can get a good Overcoat at er perger, having spent 1
and papers with the object conclusion of subscribing that Jensen, Eden. Tlbbals. Fort Pierce or for hard wear Is the "Norwood" sold Rhode, Tltusvllle\ for $7 to $13-new R. W. Rhodes, the Clothier. money upon (his house since last sum .
I
have come to the ,
for tl. O by Rhodes Titusville.
Ankona Will our down river correspondents and wear-well garments. mer. Manager Mooney and his staff arrived
the and most
best '
ADVOCATE Is the
please annswer the above Launch For.Sale, a Bargain.I on Sunday afternoon to get the I
--- -- -
old
newsy' of them all; and, as an newspaper Where Is Ankona correspondent ? house to order for the opening; and Mrs. ; 'N,
our Furnished Cottage at Kocktodge.A Hoiine For Sale.Twostory y?I 'r
man, 1 may say your pink paper
have a 3oft.,10 borne power Morris U. L. Kochersperger has also arrived
Is a credit to you and a great acquisition I Heights naphtha launch for sale. It isIn from Chicago, where she has been on a
furnished cottage, containing seven eight room house, detached
to
Indian River where I hope to buy a Indian ICIverlte. Attention.We .
first class shape about three years'old. few months' visit with relatives Mr.Cocbersparger's .
winter home at no distant date. Inclos rooms for rent. Cottage: has four bedrooms I kitchen. Property on Indian River near ;

ed find $I.&) for one year' subscription. have the largest stock of furniture furnished, dialog room, sitting postnilloe and railroad station. For particulars Has glass front. Will sell cheap. nil be bachelorhood I. now
for
C. l"cufCI.JaekaonYllie.. not It.
Address E. over- is
." In Brevard county. We meet all com room and kitchen. Is In fine condition. I apply "0. J. 11." Fla.Pliotograpliy sorry

. A GOOD ASSORTMENT CHRIST petition. Our Dry Goods department is Write fur any Information to I Care ADVOCATE:, Tltnsvllle, Via.I Mr John S. Bowen ha sold out his

mas goods at 8creven drog store Tl- second to none. We want your business J. J. WHITE I lease, furniture and equipment at the
tusville. Call and eiamlne our stock. because we need It. We guarantee satisfaction Rocs-ledge, Fla. Launch for Sale at a Ilargalii. Picture. Frame Brown Louse Gainesville, after tworears'of

l and pay all freight charges. and Moulding' very successful business, lo Mr. I
Dont send that order to Chicago until Pineapple' Plantation For Sale. 30 foot, ,glass enclosed, naphtha 'launch .......-- J. W. Ettel of Mobile, Ala., who took 0
Horse Wanted. you try us. J. R. WALKER & Co. built by Gas Engine! Power Co., of Portrait Latwlscsp and Marine Photo- charge on Ihe 17th Inst. Mr. Bowen expee' -
2t Tltusville Fla. Morris Heights, New York. S.vea hot graphs. Portraits In all the latest styles. to .pend the winter at his cottage
I want a> good, gentle horse, about Pineapple plantation fronting on In: beam six: horse power engine! speed Old pictures copied and enlarged to any In White Springs, FU, where he bas a
1,100 or 1,200( pounds. State particulars Furnished. disc aver, containing 23 acres, 9 .sure; 'eight miles an hour. Mahogany finish. size and finished In any style desire ot of floe bird dogs, and where quail .'
and lowest cash price to For Sale or Itent under cultivation partly shedded. Good 211 Inch draught. Nearly Dew. Price, Florida views for sal*. Work finished hooting ,Is said to be as good as It Is In

D. ST. CLAIR NIHBET, -house to desirable 7-room house also packing house and : (1,001).00.( ) For further Information p- for amateurs at trade price. the neighborhood of Tltusvllle. It Is \\I
'm.
! a
Indianola, Fla. AD eight room Ave. all shipping facilities For particulars I ply to W. H. PETEIM: F. M. TATteR, his lnl ation to build there one of the .
location on Ridgewood Daytona.Address apply, F. W. Wf LLES, I Jot: I. Dayton Fla. Tltusvllle, FU.IIIIUMe finest hotels In the Interior of the State,

Stove Wood For Sale. Jensen Fla. which he hopes to hue ready for oedlummer'
BOX 132
L. M.HtTBBAT, : '
business.
: 4t Daytona Fla. For Sale. Dairy Furni For Sale.
Leave your orders. for;; wood at Carroll's Yawl for Sale. -- --- "It

store, Tltnsvllle. A. P. Gaw LR. Launch For Sale. At Banyan, Mvrrltt's Island, fronting Located at Cocoa and Rockledge. This Protect Your Fruit Tre s.

Sloop. 38ft. on deck 31-flft. on keel, both Indian and Banana Rivers. 3-1 acres property Includes CO acre of land, a -

Empty Sugar and Rice Barrels.For The Cabin Launch Dawn 82: feet long 11-dft beam; draught 3-Oft. cabin, of land, cleared and improved Including house of eight room. furnished complete 700 Me Far laud Fruit Protection Cow: '
7 feet beam draft 28 Inches drop sash 14ft.; bead-room .VOX Two 6ft. bertha heavy hammock and high light ham ; dairy house lOi.tO: feet, with ents, all sizes, at :20 per cent off rego-

sal*. Address;: ;; windows forward, mahogany finished on each side, good mattresses, pillows mock, suitable for citrus trees,pineapplesand cement floor with separator and churn bar prices; Immediate delivery; made bywellknown

WALTER A. Moons throughout, 7 hone power Alco Vapor bedding stove, cooking utensils sn.i vegetables. Now aCaodl ng,2i. orange lied to run with power; 7% head of Jersey MoFarland process of water ti

9.i 8 George !St., Charleston, S. C. motor speed rise mile per hour. In perfect dishes; 4 persons; toilet. Two anchors, and lemon trees, large proportion; 'In ml Kb cows, 6O head of b lfors, one proofing and mlldewprooflog; hoop., jg
order. Used one season on the Eat, cable, tender good running rigging! Msrlng. Two-story dwelling on the pan of males, barns and stalls for the takes and lamp furnished with each "
HUdltch Coast of Florida. Reason for wiling. new sails and patent steering gear; 4 premises and artesian. well Place now tack, three wagons and one buggy. Also tent, all ready to erect. The only abso
Steam Laundry.Basket
sadden death of owner. For price and years old; don't leak. Good reason for rental and under cultivation. For terms an orange grove of 20O tree, half of ute protection to an orang tree against

Southern farther particulars apply to ae III D g. Address" and further, partlenltr address: which are In beirlng., For particulars "freole. No mora to be bnd at the
will leave office of
UODOSOV BROTHEJU., G. V, Rooms, "J. M. C' Express Co., every Tuesday morning. Tit ; Cocoa fin WK. M. DHOWS, Tltu v\l1e.\ Tla.
;* R. W. JOTREK, Agt Emu Gallle Fla. Box: 19, Jacksonville 1'1. Care ADVOCATE:, .llIe. Fla. ,



.

fil'l I r







.. .:' I .,
..:'t'--'"' ..'.:
-



"' > ''' "I'<, e. "" , , ". . . ''' ''''' ' .n .., .. "... . "' ''' ''' ' '-'' '-I -- ."'" . 'c. ."" ,., .. . .. i. ,- .--. ,,, .... ."..'.... -- ....- -iiii-i iiiifii---. .. ? .''''T, .. '.r -___

1'l i;i

il'I: .


l'i l'l\i t



.



EAST''COAST ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 20, 1901. I
2.
I
-
... -
.
.
wines at the table toad cmnarnan GENERAL DIRECTORY.V. .

wan called upon to serve tbe party and. I ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING

A lf did! HO with trace and rrocpta'MlH;, OFFICE.
8. LAXD
f sfAR1 IS/ Bur the next rooming be waited on the if. 5.! fhnbh ...........................Registeu" .,
lady and be wished to quit worl.. I W.O.RutlnRoa. ..Florida.Reeetrer.
"Penr met What Is the matter" she Offlcm et OfttncwTtlle! GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 25 YEARS

Inquired. + U. 8 BENATOHa.:
I John Chinaman answered: ykAd 1, J.Taliaferro.....JapfsonTllls" ., |\VITir NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.

"Ah. I Cllstlan man. Told yon so be- 8. R. JUllorj, ...

II fore: no heathen I no workee for Moll- U. 8. (,OSORES8 ES.

A srJp can heathen!"-Union Signal. Robert W. Cmvla,..Palatka.S. .
I 1 li M.Bparkman........ .... .... '. .. ..Tamps The Carder-Campbell Company
, q, .rT;fit
I Uml'lrATURE.'
Be for It 1" with word with FLORIDA ,
brief nn
.
4 ..
i E. N.rirmlck.PalmBearh,.!.... Senator.K
I sunbeams, tbe more they are condensed
)t. Rnaierum." Fort Plerep.Reprteeutnnve.
7 the deeper they burn. Shack Ago 1 I. Foot of ;Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
L..t"l..n1Jh.1'A11.'tM' \T.

Wm. S.Jmnl"ge. "........Govelnor..Jno. -Southern Selling Agents for-
The average maD gets angry every CoIt L Crawford..:.. .Becretaryof BWW.JnmenH. .
time be Is la the and know It. WhitflflU.,IYPMHW
wrong Wm. II I-amar....... AttorneyOeneral.W WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND* and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND MtAVEt(
Chicago News. Wfeats.....8upt.TuLllo .
. 1Pilmtre
FY.. .
I, alit" ('"""" ,.Iuu. "
and Felts
.. t .troilnr. KoutfiMi. Cabot's Shingle; Stains Deadening National Paint
A*,,i.co C:. (f'ruoiM.. itini
flow Car .
to Duck Fe thT Clifford R. .Fouler.A< hlla..t..cl..uernJ.
Your reader wanting to know bow to .,.,ton Ilia. .iford.t.......dnrv.ur..cic..e..l.!! WOl kll' Structural and Technical Paints.
. State Chmuh.t.
R.K. Ro>".
duck feathers
cure find tbe following
may Oltloes at TalialuuuHH, Florida. pEKONDE'S "lYTIIITE" COLD WATER PAINT.
of value:

If they are for borne use the usual Ought it would seem to give exemptionfrom surutMC: COURT JUDGES --- ..,
the diseases which prey upon the M.if. f.1..ry........-.Chief Jnitloe. -
I way "to cure duck feathers Is to hang residents of thickly populated cities. F. n. 'Rr'.r., .. ...... ... .. ..A'lIOClattt Jnitlce
I; HUM: t KINGS (JIlOWTJl them up In coarse bags,; that are not too But there is no exemption from disease, is. P.Taylor..s.. :EANNE :BROS.

full lu the sun each day until they are and in the country as in the city, one RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.H. .

thoroughly dry and all chance of any may see the clieelcs grow hollow and the K. Pay rlwlrman..Galnenvlllo.

GERMAN SCIENTIST SAYS ALCOHOLISM decomposition Is gone. Care should be eyes grow dull while the frame wastes J.I. ]blumgan" ,... ...... ...... .....JaHper.
with that ......... ...Ktaslmmp.
terrible disease con- i. ]at. Bry an. Wholesale
taken that they are never wet by a sudden away . nl...
IS ON THE INCREASE. sumption. John L. Neelev,;Jr., cli-rk.. .. .1 An-''
shower or otherwise and should! bestirred lIeRA/qUarter./ and ollk-en .at TalJaliaHnee. Fin. Bottlers of Wm. ,I. Lemp
Weak lungs are made strong; by the
up occasionally. use of Dr. Fierce's Golden Medical Dis CIRCUIT COtniT. Brewing Company's St.
frnlrmHr Forel Declares That Llq-
If the feathers are Intended for market I. It cures obstinate and stubborn ]Minor S.Jones, Tltunvlllo........Circuit Jildire. "Whiskey1Q

nor In Tnkvn Regularly by Seven". the quickest way Is to spread themon II. covery.coughs bronchitis bleeding of the lungs J. ]> ttfftr: orlanil'i. .PmneoulInK'Monday In April.Attorney.Sprlng'termFonrth Louis Beer. Keg Trade
I'. of All II Dellies ;
t-r-liYt r Onl am.
an upper floor' under a tight roof and other symptoms which,if neglectedor Fall form-Fourth Monday in November.
Save the "VncIVIll.ed." unskillfully treated, terminate fatally Our Specialty... EoLlseg
guarding agnlnst their being wet from BREVARD COViA'Y COURT. a'e

Tlie rust hundred yeses might bl' rain. At least once In two days they in consumption. The action of Golden A.D.P\> .County Jmlfte.; n .

called ..the century of ulcoliol, an np.I should be well stirred with a stick to Medical Discovery in the curing of wast-. James B. Andrew '.'ProBtcutlnn; Attorney.
diseases is : ..., ..::. Clerk.SiirlnK .
their ing entirely philosophic. A. A Btrwurt" County 124.0 10; BO XXOSlt; .E3drxms:: ::
prevent beating. JStl'COt.
I pollution that the present one bids!, fair Emaciation and consequent loss of Terin-Second Monday: In May.

j to deserve too. union comtiiou seuHt1trlumplm. Each new lot should be kept separate weight are among the most striking Snmmer tall: Term Term-SeronU-Second Monday\ h"'iovpmf.er.Winter .. J.A..OE.SON''V'XLLEJ: FLA.

Today alcoliol Is taken until partly dry. This may be done by symptoms of what are known as wasting Tenu-8cooDd Monday In February.
regu.
I making a small pen In one corner' of diseases.. The body is not being: ade- - -- -=

the floor and keeping them there for n quately nourished and the cause of this COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R. .
bon. E. Minus, 8".rlnte"drnt...Bonnventnre.M .ooeOCQCo..O
I !\ week at least. These are thrown with lack of nourishment is not lack of food ] ..uil>en: J. M. Dlxonchalrman.Titnsvlla) ;

, "und vlll7.t'd," and the average man tbe general lot when fresh are broughtto but lack of ability in the stomach and R. N. Andrew, Cocoa; the other of,di e8tlon and nutri- R.nllo..',..,..... P.II.
or woinuii of our times drinks more take their place. At no time should organs "
, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.] L.ua.e."." e
tion to prepare the food for the assimilation I For $3 20 :-.N.:: ; 4 Full Quarts I
and oltunor hail mini or woman ever tbert be more than a foot of feathers and nutrition of the body. Dr. .r.R.Walker" rlialnnan, Tltunylllfl John R. I tJIUIIU"S VSnAS. "*' o

f before"did In the blxlory of the world!, on tbe floor. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures Mint. IndIR"OI"r'"U.)'1 J.A. Cnnkllnic Frank Hell.Tillm""I.IohlC. White City. I. OF THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD

. says I'rofeHfor A, Ford of Lelpalc In If there are windows as there should diseases of the stomach and the organsof Regular" sessions are held. first Monday in each o

be, they can be covered! with wire netting digestion and nutrition and so enables mimtD. 0
.the riilludt-lpliln TIJI1III.I allowing them to be opened for the body to be nourished back to BREVARD COUNTY- OFFICERS. ; Calhoun Pure

I Let me si air beforehand as the- reoI' ventilation without .tbe feathers being ; strength in the only way by which Jes.K.Anlrewa A. D. Penney,Tltunville. TltuHville; ;...,. ..'.County. PnaAtt'y.A. Judge. i Rye Whiskey
'
suit of fuiYeuchliitf luvestlKutlon, that blown out. strength can come that is, by food per- A. Stewart,TltuBUllle I ...County Clerk.

'I''I. no one becomes ii n nlcohollut' out of It will take a month for the feathers fectly digested and assimilated.Dr. J. F. Wooten Cocoa.. ............Tax' Aw.em.i>r. i I. WeshlpinlMalu Package. DO marks to Indicate contents which will
Pierce'a Golden Medical Discovery E. w. IIRII.1'ltIlRvtlle.. r.ollerior.: t avoid all comment. When and test it. If it la not
beer -v\ IcJtednuHS that very few people to be dry enough to sell when they can Is a temperance medicine. It containsno F, H. Ho,'e,Titusville. .. .... ... ..... TreaBiirur.. it at ourexpeineandyour t3.IOwill cheerfully I refunded.satisfactory Thlawhiakeyteas l return 0o
R. E. MlniB, Honaventure...... 8ul't.l'ub. In t. good HS any $f(10 Roods in the market. We clone at band and :
are
+I even face a bur wltb the Intention be packed tightly In light muslin bags neither cocaine can Rive
alcohol opium, or .. .. .... Surveyor.
J. O. Frle, TluiBvllle County you quicker delivery than distant houses. We have been doing bnnlnnns In
; of getting drunk. It's the hnht| of for shipment. any other narcotic. .T. P. rown. TltnRvl\le...... .. ShPrllT. this city and at'thesama stand for 2O ye.rs, and as to our re.pou.lbllltr .
'", drInking that produces alcoholism and White feathers always bring the top Accept no substitute for "Discovery." T.J.CockBhutt Laurence..Ref titration Officer and the reputation for bonnet dealing we refer you to any bank or merchant hero .
or to editor of this
There is nothing as good TITUSVIIXK TOWN COUNCIL. paper.
price. Colored or soiled feathers shouldbe you
1 the rolBc-ry (following Its waste It Is kept separate. These latter are salable though many things may pay the dealera J. M.lMxon.mayor: R. E. Minis' ;Jr., innrBlmland SOLOMON & LEVI e
the geniality and collector W. S. Krani.infr clerk and
'popularity of tbo tax
: as n lower grade but If mixed with larger profit. t t..lL.urerJ.Jobn Henry tax PR.e.R4.ri John R. I928-I93O First Ave., P. o. Box 33, Birmingham, Ala. e
tlilnjf. llevuiiMu we all do It. every one Walker )J'. A. Morgan G. F.Dunn, 8. G. Van. .
white- the lot will be classed inferior CAUGHT COLD.
us !
NOTlCR-We
I Inndlngliam end J.I,. (CarrutherB councilmen par expnws ahanros to all points reached by the "Soutlmrn Express. .
\ must KUfer.W Hen and feathers are treated The. flr.t of thin "write Mrs. KateSchey. : In each month. rnmimnv huttn |Hilnt\ on llmmof other e.pre a cOloroanleR we prepay only to inilnu
goose day year council meet Brat Tuesday
The Whore Mmtthnrn!\ K;pri>i>s Cnmlmnr! trnnfere to until' other company, We cannot ship A
Cluonlc alcoholism engendered by In the same way each kind by Itself al. "I caught. of 716 a Hi heavy Pnul cold Avenue, which, Milwaukee nettled on WI.my. TITU8V1LLF BOARD OP TRADE. O.O.p. Price list toe other gaud on applteatlon.Wbon writing, plaiue.mention this pnpcr.

liabtiml| drinking In moderation or out way. lunffM and brought hemorrhage.: From lent .T.M. Dlxon' tress- .
: :i\t\ O. M.Rnhnlns, prepl< ;
of It, la rcRuoiiHible! fur the wbolemiludcffinvratlou If. Is' usually reckoned that this other thai lung 1 time on five until different time of April. I wan I bled so weak frommy firer. J. H llast in each aeoretary.month at Meets their second rooms.FREE .Wednesday ...000000.................

I of tlto races Habitual whleVu..tt' .product will pay for bolt and undone I could only do the lighten! work. night ... .
The doctor told me I wan going into consump AND ACCEPTED MASONS. ---"--- --'-
i drinking, not only Injures licultli, butlikewise the picking except: In the case of scalded tion My breath waft short and at times I could
,I'' the hens when! It does not pay to bother hardlv get my breath at all Thin in the state I Indian River. Txxlire No.00.bolds Its meetings OZE3I.A.S.
cluiractvr and the family with the feathers, bens 'wan in when I brffnn to take Doctor Plerce'aGolden the smsond. and fourth Friday evenings, of each ZB IEL, TTn E 5c CO. ,
picked
i sense of man or woman. But the difference pry Medical Discovery After the first month at their' lodge room near court hoiiHu, ,
bring only 10 cents at tbe highest and bottle I wan much better, and X could walk two At 7:3": o'clock p in. Oeo. W.Scoblu, W. M.j I 117. *: RIO w. Bay: St., JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
i I between acute and! curonlo alcoholism generally not more than 7 cents. or three block. without trouble. My breath wan F. A.Morgan Sec'y.
U often merely a of not ao short and X waa much improved. After
question
All feather find a ready wale to Jobbers taking four bottles I could work all day and 1never ORDER OF EASTERN STAR. A
coiiMtimiJtloii. .\. portion who lifts drunk and pillow 1Il0nufll<'turt'r felt better. la my life I think your medicine Frlendnblp Chapter,No. 11, holds Its meetingsIn A
I the. bent in the world and I recommend it toall
at stated month Tltusvllle. the
JntorvnlH every or every the Maaoolo I Lodge room, on
It l 111I well to 'send samples to different who are troubled as I was." aoo'olouk.
month
I three! nlnuthe-and In the meantime lI..tT"Oloeae' : r.ID,1 I=uw. I FULL
concerns when you hnve.jnptn for sale WILL MAKE AFFIDAVIT. sod the thud Tuesday in each month IL : ,
drink nothing but water -cannot be o'rlimk p. m. The runowlog.re the ofncers of
called air aluuhollMt. The respectable and they will maUe the price according .t WAS sick for About three months, had the lodge Mrs.C. 8.Schuyler worthy matron I I
to quality HH' they see It. Oftentimesone chills, fever and coughed a great deal"write l>.. H. R. Wlliton worthy I'lLlrolll; Mrs. F. S.CtaJJee. .
member of Koelety, however who feeln, firm will give than another Mr. W. I,. Brown, of McDeannun, Jackson Co., aasoplHte matron; Mr. F. A. Morn, EXPRESS a
Insulted It unlii'd whether be ever'dranl more Tenn. "Mont of my neighbors and friend trainrer; Miss Aleph Minis, I EXPRESS
Tor the-Kiimc Roods.! -Thomas H. Tay. thought I had consumption. I was reduced in Oeo. M. Bobbins oonducti' | Mrs N. R Wll- ', PREPA ID
to exct>8M, but who consumes I lorln Farm Poultry flesh and waft very weak-only weighed liD on.aiisoclaMcoiKluctreBS" Mr.J. H. Bcrever, ; I PREPAID
Bevernl Illlllll .
hope for my recovery Morgan, Esther; Mrs. G.... W. bottle of wile with his dinner aside Worms take refuge In the small Intestines "My wife went to the store to art some anti- Mr... T. 'I'. Wetnore, Marshal. ; Mr*. W M. _
from a ghisn or two of liquor this man where they can easily multiply.Whlte'll (febrin quinine, etc., for me and .friend of mine Woodward Electa.
(Mr. W. W McUearman) who had been taking
Is the: very type of chronic nlcobollst.. Cream Vermifuge will destroythe Dr. Pierre's Golden Medial Discovery recommended -
I Isle face and figure show It. Ills Inside parasite The verdict of the people this medicine for me, Finally decided" W I tells plainly how well it has succeeded. to use It, after toy physician told m. that it. good repetition In each State (one .In this coun 6 ,
la full of to and
liquor Htlgmnta. Ilejirobablyeu would be good for me I sent and got onebottle ) represent advertiseoldastybled -
Price 23ots.: 11. I 1. Wilson; Son. buslnoss house solid financial .
wealthy
', from norvouHiioHS wblle at the and before alt was taken t weighed 149
pounds-a gain of 39 pounds.. I am still takiug standing./ Salary$1H weekl>', with expensesaxldltlonal
I' game time he Is subject to undue excitement ilea: Light on Liquor [he. Golden' Medical Discovery' have taken all payable In cash each Wednesday # $ WL IDoz.I
, tie 'U too tat In spots, and English are now nearly two bottle, and now weigh 16] pounds, direct from bead oflloe. Horse and carriage furnished :
temperance Readers which I. more than I ever weighed. I am atilt when necessary References. Knolnseselfaxldresseil
his heart does not work right. bending their energies to the establish gainingnrengthand taking the Discovery.' I stamped envfllope. .Manager, ale i 1 '
I Alcohol Is. a uarcotlc poison. It Is In In WI.h to say that thl. la a recent recovery, that Caxton Building Chlc&jIto. SOdeo DELIVERED FOR
ment of temperance professorships 2Qts
only two mouths ago I only weighed about no. .
h the same class with opium, morphine .
Britain
the chief universities of Great txmnda. ---
I I cocaine, ether chloroform etc., and and' United States. by .1 can and will make affidavit to this full '121for
t tbe Spurred on statement any tltn*. If you wish to use this a* 4
[ like these ultecta the brain by gradual. the success of tbe British liquor tradeIn a '""Umontal'.so so and. i will answer all letter MAKING SAND ROADS.. 'm TellO
i from ."In......."
ly laming and it inquiring;
paralyzing atter'produciug founding a chair of brewing In Birmingham
f some little abort excitement the university of which Instltutlca Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical With, . Proper Admixture of Clay Agents the Pabst! Brewing Co.
Adviser containing 1008 and over Dsirabl Illehwsira Ilea It.
pages ..
excitement Itself of ,
.II being evidence pro -------- -
Chamberlain -- ---- '''
Is chancellor --
-- --------- -- --
Joseph --- ------
700 illustration, is sent free on receipt'of Judge Evv reports that be has been
' shall be deI'
4I 'gresalve'parnlysa It not he white rib boneI'II now seek to endow stamps to defray expense of mailing claying the, sand roads -of Rlcbnioutl! '
I'' 'nlef here that drinking "makes the lectureships! devoted to the gospel of only. Send 21 One-cent stamps for the Ga. for the Nation'sBest
,' county.. twenty years with the
b heart glad but whether moderate or total abstinence.. book in paper covers,or 31 cents for the result of "SanMateo"
not 1 U Interferes with orderly thinking book in cloth binding Address Dr. R. V. obtaining "very pleasant hunt

wltb the sentiments and will power of Pierce Buffalo N..Y. roads that- last live years without: re Cigarsd
building.Ihe .

man. rM4 Lfi rule Is to put down .Ix. inches of
One of the worst features of the use
.
of alcohol and other narcotics is their Drsl.I.g fb. Bond.Where clay with two Inches of sand on top of Itchrill
the roadmaker encountersseepy It aDd It Is better
tbe
alHdO'S to put on sand .
tendency to be required In ever Increasing
or soft round In the subgrade wben the clay la wet. When the right FloJ.-ldn. : '
dospB. of hundred
Ninety-nine out a
such places should be properly and "a crust Is Why buy Imported wlta
drinkers bf'j:1I1wltb an occasional proportions are used formed cigars made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored

glass of Deer, !but after awhile they had thoroughly drained by the use of drain which sbeda the water, and the road opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-neat
tile laid along the center of the road stays In good condition." price
.
to have their tipple regularly-noon, '
way on one or more lines to culvert. roadbed
Tbe sbonld. of course be
afternoon and nlght-nn.1 more of It. FREE BY MAIL
Intersecting across the road, thus first. graded properly and raised In tbe TO ANY Boxof: 25.. . . . . . $1.00
leads to self The
'I weakened Drinking drinker feels deception."braced upwhile ." draining and drying out the aubgrade middle so as to shed water to tbe ADDRESS..,.../ Dos of ... . . . 11 1.1$
A and giving him a dry foundation on drains. In dry weather tbe clay sand
his mental activity I Is on the decline N
lie thinks himself able to perform which to build as the presence of any road Is Ideal wblcb cannot bf" \said! of E3.V.. :eO\VrE- .
undue quantity of moisture under the a sandy road. The cost of construction ,
wonders. The world wants to be
deceived; hence the world drinks the roadway would prevent' him from doIng Is In proportion to tbe distance the clay SAN MATEO. FLA.
permanent work. Tbe success of has bautal.
to be There are seventy'
world self In big and
deception
buys -
-
his efforts will --- ------- ---
depend entirely upon five miles "of such roads In Richmond A

I little Liquor doses.always hurts. There Is no Lunch the drainage be obtains. > county. It Is equally efficient' to sand

harmless minimum dose, as the medical the clay roads. Before 1S80 Judge Eve

InventlKiitor Kropelln proved to Has been rudely defined by tome cynic An attractive woman thrives on (good says finally "many stretches for several Nine- HE BINE.
as slops and sweets." And after allthere'll food and sunshine with plenty of oxenelse miles along our roads were uncultivated. .
satisfaction of the faculties. Even
the1 more truth than poetry in the In the open air. Her form glows Now they are In a high Tenths
the most moderate drinker In the world with health and her face blooms with Its _
definition Ice and cake
cream
may state of cultivation and! land! values ___ .. .
think glower'than he ought to do according satisfy the palate, but they are far from beauty. Wben troubled with a costive have Increased."

t to bill Intellectual. make up. satisfying to the stomach which requires habit, she takes a few doses of Ilerblne handsomely of Pure
that foot be nutritious first and nice to cleanse her system of all Impurities.Price Juices from Natural Roots.

afterward. By careless eating women SOcts. B. R. Wilson A Son 1'ralse the bridge that carries you over all
IT WORKED BOTH WAYS. the for stomach "trouble" either a flood or cough BalUrd's llore- the
pave way
and its kindred miseries. hound Syrup has brought so many over D ECULATES the liver Stcmach and Bowels,
John ChinamanTbouaht Gold Is a wonderful fertilizing agent ,
That !
A Itnl throat and such '
lung troubles
Tierce's Golden Medical 'Discovery Mcoughe.colds .
Or.
w.V.II Worth Vmlmif.A is confidently commended as 'a It[ has canned many a family tree to ,bronchitis, etc., that Itsfpralsesare! PeopleSuffer 1* Cleanses the System, Purifies the Blood.

Chinaman once applied tor the poi cure for diseases of the stomach and spring/ tip and net Its full. growth In a sung everywhere. rrloea3 and SO cents.B. .

cltlon of cook lu a family In an Amerl.I' other organs of digestion and nutrition. few hour.Chicago New. U. Wilson fe Son. Malaria Biliousness Constipatjon

i can city. Tbe lady of the house and By curing diseases the CURES f
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AREITAKINOWhen !:
moat of the family were members of a assimilation food it enables the batty take Grove's Tasteless Chill A commercial Item of Interest from from a Stomach and Impaired Digestion. J

fashionable church and they were determined to be built up and strengthened in the Tonic you because the formula Is plainly England Is that British tobacco; manu- t

II I 0' to look well after the character digested only way and known assimilated.to nature-by food printed on every bottle showing that It I la 'ncturers bare formed themselves Into DiseasedLiver. Emy Battle G / fo Satisfaction.

of the servants. So when John ChI- imglr Iron and Quinine) In a tasteless a trust io tight tbe American Tobacco .
]
"For tw1v long months I suffered untold x.AItc31, 130'.I'LFI: : aSw"r AT.T.DOB !
c. !
nit man appeared at tbe door be was ml....." write. Mrs. Mollie CalipUe, of Randolph o.'rn. No cure, !No pay. SOots.at company, which has recently Invaded
asked Charlot.. Co.* Va. *Ni totiiruecouM, ex I rlc. BO Cents. j
: pr iM the pal: that I endurvd before' I ann.mended Great Britain. Smoking should be
I '.' "Do you drink whisky* takln? Ur. Pterc-t'a medicine I was KIap<.r. Cheap over the pond pretty soon
"Xo" said he. "I Cllstlan man." not able to do anything .t all Could nut mt In Austria wood U. measured by the Prepared by JAMES F. BALLARD SL Louis Mo
anything except bread and t..-or If I did thetop ''J> ":tt'ot
.
1 ."Do you play cards?" of my head hurt ... It seemed It would kill klnpter. wblcb equals two tons. ,
: "No I Cllstlun roan." me; with all that. I could do It would burn like - ..
fir*. Rut now since using Tour Oolden M .;. 'P/-
I He was employed n.nd gave treat sat kal pluco-rery' and Favorite Prescription.;'J TO CITRK A COLD TN ONE DAY Fine
f r isfaction. lie did his .work well was can eat a little of almont anythlntr I want Job
can do wood day'. work aa well as anybody Take Laxative Bromo Qulolnet iTablets. Work ExecutedAT
. honest upright correct and respectful can. Am better luau 1 have been for ;years.* All druggists refund the money 1C" falls This signature la a* every box of MMranln.. Quickly

i ., After some weeks the lady gaveBrfigr.es8.lve Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure to cure. Eo W. Grove's signature Is on Laxative Brorno-Quinine Tablet..th .

I I a euchre. part. .end ,,Lad sick headache. each box. 25cta. . "m.dj that aerie C _lei 1st -.. day" 1HE ADVOCATE OFFICEcn

I'

1

.




l +
II il



,'. .. 1"1" ," .. .,: I/j/, '
' '

. .... " ,. . .".- .. '"n, 'n ,,\'fi"I. . ., !/!.: :""' . .. . W . . .''''' , . .. . ), ,'" ". . ... . . '. . .", :: ., n.. .".. .. ... . . '. .. . .... .' "
"t',, ,.

I!
"



I:
,

EAST COAST ADVOCATE: DECEMBER 20. 191. J fl

'! ,
'-
--- 1
------- -

Professional Cards. Fc .. :r..7rnol f OIL SPRINKLED ROADS. TRUTH WINS 'Itf'JIJ'! .'toA Nt) I

I i? '
EO. M. BOBBINS How to Obviate Their Onlr sane.aDlaadvaatasr A.Appeal to the Common Sena.of t h.Pub ul'J -< '
G Foraarlned. wtR5r
*. lie Moot With QnlaH Response ,, : S ,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR There advantages and disadvantages Read the Yard lot. : d4
The liability to disease is greatly are J:,e0. F \: .tc:
AT-LAW. le-.se led when the blood is in good eon- In oil sprinkled roads, accordingto A few short months ago we submitted I
dilio, and the circulation healthy and the experience' of tbe park commlsBlouiis to the Intelligent public, an article caking -- t ',
In State and
Will practice United States lu Francisco. Is attention to the of aotun
vigorous. /Sim The dust discovery an
For then: nil refuse matteris THE LILIES
11
Court. Catarrh Cure.: Skeptics there were :
certainly laid, and driving In till parks plenty
promptly carried out of the --- --- :
Office at TITUSVILLE FLA. otherwise would system : where the roadways have been thus owing to the many worthiest preparation Two \V.ll Known "Jm>....... ..111... Don't tie the top of your -.1
it accumulate
rapidly heretofore offered la this jolly and preaorvo Jar In
oouotry, some
treated III tiff from the discomfort of and a Fine Mewromvr.While .
x Iheoltirimhloiiodwuy.Heal .
-fermentation t '
would take the
few of
place which might relieve but nuncould
dirt In the and lungs of drivers have lmml.toim. ., thorn liy the now,quick,
OAULDEN blood become eyes we many garden :
the constitution
polluted and cure thin most distressing disease -i absolutely mire WHV-by
D.I so weakened that a simple and horses, while the foliage and grass. SNUFFLES, the UUAUaXTKKI lilies few stand out HO suproint a thin cnallnirof VnralUtlned I l\i i3 l
along the highways' are as green as If ly bountiful nnil generally admired us faraJllna. Use
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, malady might result seriously.A reaches the I no Lost e or odor. I* '
healthy, active circulation means dally rain washml. of this disgusting, disease and removesthe tin "nuratmns."" traduced from air tight and sold \

Will practice In all the Courts of the State good digestion and strong healthy Complaints of tbe horse owners are cause, atToids a gentle yet complete Jnpnn. Com-emlug: / those n t'nuutrrGentleman r f 'y I proof. It.tlyappltud. ,
Uaorulln I adoiwnotbar
ot Florida,and tbe United States Couru. nerves. confined to the Injury done their cloth and positive cure. writer Advised. In effect all fp-vJ' / WltTM Ul>0llt tll holla .\3 t

1.U Box: 23S. TITUSVILLE, FLA. As a blood purifier and tonic S. S. S. Ing and their vehicles by the flying bits the Numerous voluntary received testimonials. like follows: 1 enoh Full cakes direction with r
has of oil soaked sand. This last the commissioners following are daily. Auiutum Is the large gold I-HIKJ %'
no equal. It is the safest and best I was troubles with Catarih In tIle very autOeverywhere. Mad.by
j, J. WEBB remedy for old people and children promise to remedy. When throat, my physician did not seem to ed Illy.A STANDARD OIL CO. (

ja because it contains no minerals, but is the roads have become sufficiently know what to do for It, and seeing so unit inn plctuni Is the same with -

ATTORNET-AT-LAW, made exclusively of roots and herbs. packed, they will be covered' with a much In the papers about"riNUFITL.KS. ,'' larger cpots. J 1(

Will practice In the Courts of the 7th No other remedy so thoroughly and thin layer of white sand. TIlE CATAKKII CURE, I thought I Newer and loss well kuoSrn U the r ; '1 1 f fIt 1

Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents effectually cleanses: the blood of ira- There Is a hint In this last for road- would try tt, and I must say that it baa variety sketched Lllluui alexandra r: ''I"I

and rents and accounts collected purities. Atthe makers elsewhere as sprinkling with already helped me so much that I feel I :
oil Instead of water has become wide- shall be perfectly cured. After using one
time it builds
'
same Some of our down-liver readers have i
1'ITuaviLLE. FKOBIDA.: box of "HNUFFtES" I felt like
spread this summer, particularly in the a new
SSS up the weak and de- McCRAE forgotten the fact that this office Is fully l
bilitated, and renovates south, where the good roads movement porson.-RKV.G.W.cannot "SNUFFLES",Qulnoy,Fla \i equipped to di all kinds of job printing. i
:: too much &\ ,
PENNEY la enjoying a belated popularity. An- t.
and
to
A.D. the entire aystern. *- It la..a wonderful treatment for Catarrh: Advertising Job printing helps us
It cures permanently all manna other hint to be borrowed from the The first box gave me such relief as 1 Coast a newspnper worthy of the East
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, of blood and skin troubles. Californians Is In using tbe oil hot have not bad for years, and six hoses: and all we want Is a share of I.. .

Mr. B. E. Kelly,of Urban.O.. writes whereby the materials of the roadbedare cured me, although I still keep a box on l
TITCSVILLK FLORIDA. "I _*a Jjoaam on my hand andfaoa lot practically cemented. band In ease I may catch cold. 'I shall always .
five y.ara. It would break out In llttl do best ..
recommend wherever
Will practice in all the courts of the 7th white puatulaa, oruata would form and my to It KIDNEY DISEASES
drop off.Iesving the skin rod and inflamed. HOW TO USE GRAPES. I can. M. BAXTER Malboro Vt.I :: !
Judicial Circuit. The doctor did m* no ..ood. I ua.
all b..n.l1t.the idio&ted 8. 8. 8. soaps cured and m.,amlTea and my without akin .._. Reelpea That Will.......* and am surprised at the result.I '
1s as clear and ii '.." am feeling\ better than I have"for lire fatal of all diseases. jl
t'JONES smooth say on. '1'._..raae. Pvocla*,, arc ',the most >:'
MORGAN Mr.. Henry Siecfrlad. of Cape May. N. years. The air passages are clean,' there /
J., sayS that twanty-one bottle of 8. B. S. The letter of a white rtuuorer askingIn II no discharge, and my head 'Is as clear a. ;4
cured bar of Cancer of the b........ Dootor behalf of a young Vlr.IDlaDbow to ;
REAL ESTATE AND a bell. This Is the only Catarrh midlolne
INSURANCE, and friend thought bar oaaa bops I f
le... utilise Irl'apes.for vinegar and how to that did me any good and I have tried 1\ KIDNEY CURE It IBuaraatud j ;:
Loans, Notary Public. Rlohard T. Gardner, Tloranoa, 8. 0., preserve the Juice of the fruit from fer number .I, CAIDWKLI., El Paso Texas FO LEYS "
for year. with Boll. Two bottle several answers. R.fflidj ,
Collections Typewriting mentation has brought HNUKFLESU: no ordinary remedy, but
Stenography. of 8. 8. S. put hi. blood In Opd oonsuffered \
ditlon and the Boil diaappearad.: We take pleasure, says The Union Signal a complete treatment which Is positive. );

TITUSVILLE FLA. Send for our free book, and, write In passing oil some of the-recipes guaranteed to oure 'C'ATARKIl In any or money refunded. Contain 4 Ii, ,r

our' physicians about your case. given. not'oniy for the benefit of the! form or stage when used according tndirectlons. remedies recognized: by1/ eminent : i
WOKLEY . There are no-powders, acids, i
other
GEO Medical advice free. young man referred to but for
or Inhalers* buts' a simple'and pleaaan ,physicians as the fast for '
THE SWiFT; tPEcirm cn.: IIL"T"eA.: grape growers, young and old..wbo do treatment for menu:women and 'children I I'

ATTORNEYATLAW.General not like to sell grapes for. wine. "May Don'I delay but send for It at 'once aDd Kidney and Bladder troubles.
------ ----- -----
practice In State and- Federal their tribe Increase," and, Indeed, it !18 write full particulars.to your condition PRICE SOe. and $'.00.,

Courts. All business entrusted will I HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Increasing. and you will receive special advice from II. It. WILSON ,ft:: SON.
receive prompt attention. Unfermented Grape Juice-1. To one the discoverer of this wonderful remedy; 1

General Counsel for the Tuttle. Estate. Pickles ot vinegar will not keep In a gallon of Juice add two pounds of cane without.cost beyond the regular price of WANTKI>-8..eral I'erminn of character and
Miami. Jar that has ever had say kind of grease sugar.: Boll 10 minutes: cork' well: the remedy: stood reputation In aaoh State(one In this coun
MIAMI, FLORIDA. kept In It. For Immediate.... one Prepaid to anyaddl'Mllon receipt*1. XIX.IVM. AlEXAHDHA.. if lequirwl l ) 11 rnprmnnt' I sot lviirtta old ..
Lamp chimneys ma; be quickly cleaned keep one year Address Dept. C 705, EDWIN It. OIMSSfc t t,,(li4li.". wealthy) hiiHlnpHK hmme of Holld financial .
be used.. 2. Press whose blossoms white without
quart of water may are pure HUmdlnir. falary 01ew.ukiywlth.ap.n.ea.
by rubbing them with a clean! soft CO. tt.UU-33: : Market St. Philadelphia
; ,
ANDREWS mldllionnl, all r>.yaho( In uah.ach WmlntiaiUyilliwsfc
for wine boll and hush of color and
from as : even a are as
JAMES cloth and polishing with a piece of De.spaper. Juice grapes from head "II''.... ltorne.t"i oarrlfiire t"r.nl.b. *
skim; bottle while boiling.. Dip corks delicate,, and beautiful as L. harrlsllor ..., when necessary. KoferaiiPvii. KnchM!:
A TTORNEY.A TL.W.. rosin of the other for .< If sddreesed.ts" |wil env loi'''. Manager,814iixton
In or
Clam shells are more convenient toe! for sealing sealing was or any sorts grown '
< Itillldlmt, Clili' 30ileo
Main HIIO.
office and
postofBce address TITus- scraping pots and kettles than a knife, put the boiling Juice In glass fruit Jars Easter decoration. The blosMotusj are
VILLE. Branch office at FORT PIEUCK. requiring less tinge to remove the burned. and seal as any fruit BEST FOR 'THEIBOWELS six to eight Indies across and borne -Job Printing of all kinds executed k ''t

Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. surfaces. \1qegar.-Takethe skins and abundantly. The plant Is entirely at the ADVOCATE offior. Sendyourorder.'I

Notary Public !State at Large. Half a lemon dipped in salt and rubbedon pulp from recipe No. 2; cover with soft hardy and Is a gram) addition to the A

your Ivory knife handles will restore water; stir often till they ferment. list of desirable sorts. BANNER. SALVE.

E. FOSTER them to their original whiteness. After Drain and put two quarts yeast to a Lily bulbs are bust planted In Octo- the most healing ..rv.In the world.'
mp..meat of thebpow.is ,
this knives haven's re.nl.r
STEPHEN doing wash the at once In /f yen a healthy
barrel of the Juice; If too weak, a little eery day, sou' ..o or wll be. K..1: roll' ber and November, n place being so-
. ... .
warm water. open.an" '" w.H. .. ..I.. th. , .of .10'$
In few weeks the vinegar ... looted that Is moist but well drained THE RAPID CALICER Is what every
A TTOltNEY.A suKar. a "" pll'' pol.an.l., donq.roe1t The nennth. ,
T-LA W To the pristine lightness of old :
renew .. u ksepluu the bowel and boatbullder needs. For
.15. way
feather pillows let them out la a summer will be good. Keep barrel full so settlings II..; d.I:1&: : : &:: tat. and enriched with well rotted manure. yacthsman
sale Juts. Piltchard A Son Titus.
Sims Building I run off or drain a second OANDY While the varieties named and mont by
may
rain until they are thoroughly wet. Then Vllle Fla. Price $4 and $9 eaob,
JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. dry them by pinning them to a line and time. Do not put la the cellar till sour. CATHARTIC of the lilies are hardy, some winter .1 ,

finish by beating them. The grape vinegar says our correspondent protection, especially In cold climates, The Indian River Iteal Estate!

W. ALLEN.ATTORNEY.ATLAW. To avoid wrinkling bodices and jackets will sell for no more than apple will add to the strength of the plants
GEORGE they should be hung on frames such as vinegar and would not pay very the following BCOHOII. During the summer Agency HUN. for Bale

men use for their coats, winding the well. If the weather Is -
especially dry,
Unimproved lands ft'om 92.00 to f2 .OO
frames first with cloth or silk, upon
Jelly. Gather before quite will be needed to the
KBT: WEST, FLORIDA. which If desired, orris or other sachet Grape special care keep per acre ,
Will practice In the United States powder may be sprinkled. ripe; three pints of Juice, two poundsof bed moist. Watering only la not 10 acre orange grove, near Tltustllle.\

and State Courts 9jun05 Cut glass, real or Imitation, should sugar; boll five minutes. Any reliable enough, for a. summer mulch of some some trees bearing, 'HIN.OO.b ) f !

have the rough pattern brushed with a cookbook will give rules for make EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY kind should be provided. acre orange grove near Tltusvllle\ r !

stiff brush In strong suds. It rubbed Ink Jelly, Jam. marmalade and spiced P1....nt, Palatable, Fotont. T.... flood 110 fined. with 10 acres of land, some bearing I
T O. FRIES, C. E. with of flannel In alcohol and there Is growing demandfor H.v.. Hlckvn Waklf.n.. or urllMi 10, WV. end bo acute timou.
piece dipped
a grapes "wr box. Writ for rr.. amuU, and buoklvt. on Appl. for Cold Ilor.ge,
1 and then In whiting, Its brilliancy is such edibles. properly made. mtltb AdilniuSKUIIOV a.. Orange grove And pineapple lnl'm. at
COUNTY .." TO... Picking and, packing slould' be carried +
SURVEYOR.Land much enhanced. Let the whiting dry on .n"LJ.o "" .A.Y CHirtuo Mlcco, fiK) good beating trees, with 1 sort A
legally surveyed and sub-divided. the: glass, then wash and rliuie. "f.ast winter an Infant child of mine KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN on at the same" time. If for any shed for plnns, good! dwelling I.IHIO.dO.) ( .
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for I had I croup In violent form," says Elder reason this cannot he dune, hove the 80 acies of pine and hummock land for I

all kinds' of engineering works. Disputed For numberless John W. Rogers, Christian Evangelist, apples taken to the pncklug louse us oinnges and pluim nn it. H. south of a

I lines a specialty. family Snow use Liniment in Is tuneful. waysBAil.ud's and of Pillpy, Mo. "I gave her a few doses of Gnat us gathered and get them undercover Sebastian Itlver, HIHMH' I

TtrosvlLr.E. Brevard Co., FLORIDA valuable remedy. Price 25 and a 50 cents Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and In a IIItKVAHU COUNTY THKAStIltKIl'8 It U the very worst possible I! Mouse and-U sates: of land, beautiful ,

11. It. Wilson & Hon.I'vmpklaa::\ short l time all danger.was; past and the HTATEHKNT.I Dinctlce to tulle them oil the around In river font! :D.I miles of Kuu:: (JaU fl. flllJ(). .1
onlln recovered.<< ." This remedy not only o. lit, loot.Bnlanne the orchard.: 7 room ootlngo, 10 cores of Ind liver
8 BURXnAM, M. D.SURGEON front at leorglnna.. $7rA). 1 sl
cure but when given as soon seethe
N. croup ,. Double face the barrels but bo
cub on hand, Nov. lot, loot ( 0.74.1 (IS sure '
.. tint symptoms appear will prevent Amount received an Nov, luul ltt.iu. 00 Apply at once to i
for Ho- that the face Is an' Indication of whatIs
D. I.. GAUtDKN Msnngir.Tllusvlllo .
and SPECIALIST the attack. It contains no opium or' i
Pumpkins for bogs can be kept quite other harmful substance and may he Total .. '... .S B.J7J M underneath both as to sire, color Flag
Ear, Nose and Throat.WEs ate lu the fall by placing on shelves Less wnrrantH paid In Nov. fail) and general character. Bbake them .
given; as confidently to( a baby as to an and dullrenxl to County <:umiuliml- --- -- ---
T PALM BEACH: FLORIDA.YirginiaHomes. In H burn where they will be> dried. Of adult. For sale by all druggists, and era and MohooI Hoard.. ...... .... 9.43394: down as the bankets are emptied Into Foley's Honey and Tar',
course ibcy should b. fed out before medicine dealers. tint barrels. Fill the. barrel two Inches
Ilulance.on band Da. lit, loot . .... B.KM nJkKOVB */" ,*,,,tItS fiadetooa the cough.Ferry's .
--- Very cold wt-ntber arrives.The above tine top and press down carefully

...... Hand Shear BAtAKOS ID HELD AS FOLLOW 'with a screw or lever press, the screw .
Beat Prescription for Malaria A fellow city lot fancier living near DapoclMd 'In Indian River rttat Hunk. press[ being the most desirable.
K. |I"wr ( ...hior'. onrtltlnat. ntt 4 hwl
bottle of Grove'sTasteless
yhllla and Fever Is
a me, who by the way. Is one of the best to monthly raiwrt. UM oluuik not. In 4,939/ n Do not put more than four nails In I ,
Chlil Tonic It Is Iron
simply know at coaxing chickens to --- each chime Stencil the of .
hands I hoop. name
and quinine In a tasteless form. No Total..........f 6VM11ALAMOKS
maturity, has a pair of large scissors the variety on the face end and lay the needs makes A.good
Cure: No_Cure. Price uOcts. a BKLAHOINO TO EACH WHO :'. FOL- food r'r
You learn all about Virginia Lands, which he puts to more uses than I bad Lowe barrel on Its side They should be sent crop.
Its resources products mode of oul;| could\ County, Rev..nlla-fHln..1 rondo........ T M cropS make more eas
Qul.t Auction. ever dreamed such Implements Wad stud Bridge Vnmi ....... s IH to: tbe nearest good cold storage plant towers-SO Saab y..r the
tivatlon, prices, etc., by reading the Auctions In Japan are quietly con be employed for. lIe bad a little patch : Btttl.ltng Kunil.... ;;; n 70 as soon as you have a carload and cer crops sad eustomerl bees
Virginia Farmer.- Send loots, ducted. The bidding Is secret and silent of crimson 'clover, for Instance, and Feeding Prisoner ....n... fI4 M talnly: do not let the Interval between grown gr.atr. That'. tbs
'I .. ;
for 3 months mibscrlptlon to the rin.an.lrorfettur.rend.. 5 78Bp worst of the F.rr' Ihm..,
Farmer Co., Emporia Va. each person writing bin bid on a very morning, armed with his scissors, "' .....Road, rnnil.. ,(lint Noll. .... Sal 31 packing and shipping. exceed five days, $Or. Ferry's B..d..old' t

Lip of paper and dropping It Into a I be would repair to the patch and cut >"' Bnoa.." Howl rand, new" "disc s No 4 2.11I'oII91 I no isjrs an Illinois orcbardlst. and awe than snyoth.. .
HAVE rax. When It appears that all the bid his clover, using only tbe tender leafy a o .. 1I8,1J114119 kind. Hold by all dealers l i

Calker YOU SEEN If not THE call at WALTON"Rapid the storeof are In the box: U opened and the highest portions. Then he would go to the runway O.m.Pmptlrtvof> | Warden I|.C.Fend M.
Jas. Prttchard &; Son Tltusvllle. bidder U named. I of the chicks where his Inevitable HabiVil Knncl ., .. ... .,... S HTiwalal The late William Bounders, who was p.erolt, 4
It Is shears would be again brought Into Sl TA. Bohnol Dial No I a IS horticulturist for Ml.h.
an article that should he In the I ), *. a (. ay Mfj) for so many years
possession of every boatbullder and Eminent requisition to cut the clover Into small Tall Itailvniptlon Pundundlvlded)).". ."..'.' 41 'it the United States department of agriculture /
yachtsman. Read the testimonials The Kiciney for the It he has a but
from pieces youngsters. TotAl...... ..... ........ S B.TOO 73 expressed: the opinion a
first-clans boatfulIders. and Bladder Specialist. piece of meat or some vegetable of F.:W.\k'Y'\ ,;,, few years ugh that tile disease of the

very firm texture left from a meal, he County Trcaanrcr. peach know as the "yellows" was !

M gets out his scissors and proceeds to caused by tlie contamination of the sap The .,. '

,11 tlralLr cut It Into little pieces for bill charges.In WEATHER REPORT. 10 frozen limbs that find not matured

A Sample copy of one of the best farm short I never suspected tile possibilities heir growth. It was a sort of blood,. The

of a pair ot common, rather By Rev. Jas. II. White, observer for K>>l onluir. If WP may use the term. If 'mate
papers published, free If you will send large scissors until I hAd seen the many Weather Bureau, IT. 8. Government. )'In Idea Is siiNtnlneil by facts It would. ':

your name on a postal card, mentioningthis uses. made of them by this gentleman.If SUMMARY roR ITOVBHUCR:: 11101. seem prolinblv that while other fruit CEOI S.
your wife doesn't happen to have a ree> may not be a* susceptible as the
paper. Ugliest temperature o'n the let 81.0
discarded pair which you can "win"when (,.ciicb or as liable to lmv branches albe
jowest 17tb 43.0:
TUB: PLOWBOY Co., she! Isn't looking pay a visit at beginning of winter that were not
Mean for the month. . . . . .11.18
Atlanta, Ga. once to the hardware store and buy Average mean for 20 years " OH.9 !tardy enough to withstand the effectsof
them You'll never know what you have Highest!: ," " "ml I IAh73.4: cold 1. yet when they. do have them

missed until you are the proud possessor Lo..e.t" u" "1n 1885; . . fJl.7: they are liable to some Injury by such

of a pair of "chicken scissors. Rainfall In Inches . . . . . . . O.flt: reezlug. Wherever, from any rouse
Treat M. Right In Poultry Monthly. Average for 21 years, . . . . 2.24 a tree seem to prolong Its making of .
BO YEARS' r Greatest In 1UOO.$ . . 5 tai!) new wood late la the season as vigorous .:;/
EXPERIENCE Least "I In 11)01) . . O.fl.1
The Discoverer. of Swam,-Hoot at Work U Disease anti danger lurk In the viral 'revaillng direction At wind . . NW and thrifty growing trees often do. : ,

Bis taboritory.: The blood becomes vitiated. and Number of clear days . . . . 2.'l we should advise that they be cut back SPECIALTY.'I
There Is a disease prevailing In this organs.the general health. la undermined when .. fair . . e from onethird to one-half the new ..

country most dangerous because to decep- ever the stomach and 1I.r fall to perform I. "' cloudy . . . . . :9 growth, mid tint It be done In the late 4
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by their functions as nature Intended. Her- >. days with rain . . ft fall uionthM.-American Cultivator.

t-heart disease pneumonia, heart failure bine will tone up toe stomach, regulate Island Homo ------, .-- )
TRADC MARKS or apoplexy are often the result of kidney the liver, where other preparation only Morrltts Inland Fla. Cough. and Colds lii Chlltlreu.IIY"OS.WrJA'rIOf .
OCSIONS disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to advance reli "e. Pi'Ice fillets. Wilson & Son.Thirty ,r
COPYRIGHT* Ac.Anvmw the kldney-poUoned blood will attack I/V A WELL KNOWN
----- -- --- '
sending drnMtlp011' lull the vital organs. or the kidneys themselves A 00041 Cough 3JI(<'III4'. 1 1C
: P"d . CHfOAOO; fHTIK.IAX.
ialkly 1 a.r.rubt I e wn tb r anll thousand women spend their Mcfllding
t ).null1utIF""nlkl..nllal.iintinn la probably l {p..t.llatidbooknn nl
fra*. Oldest ag"urr fur_.... CoTrwvIr pauiiiu.Halonia Then the richness and the of the sufferer has Brlght'sDisease. boats' In southern and Midland England j>.1 find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy'Is I Cough Ksmedy for alnxwt all obstinate, fflce A:
taken thnMiiili Mann -leaks out medicine I have. been suffering onstrtated with direct results
f -ini itatta, without .. In tb. the worst form of kidney trouble.Dr. sir excellent conglis/ ,
I Sw mp-Root the new discovery Slop tile Cough from a severe cough for the last 'I 1 prescribe. to chlldrn of all ages. Am ]
Kilmer's
Scientific
Jimcricnn. bladder two' months, and It has affected a cnre. 'glad to recommend it to all In need and
for kidney,
Is the true specific and work off the Cold.
A banilanmalr: nin,trmwj w.eky. 1avert rlr- I It has cured thousands I have great pleasure In recommending!: seeking relief from col U and coughs and
cnliuuin, of anr a< Sod Twrma..$3rar. m and urinary troubles. all other Laxative: Oromo-Qololne Tablets cure a It.....W. (:. Woekner. This Is theopl lon ronulilal afilletloos. It Is non-nnrcotlo Sash
tour ruontb.',I. by ell newadralma" I of apparently' hopeless cases after cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. of one of oUr oldest and roost respected and safe la tbe bawls of the most unpro-
l NUNN & Co.a'la....H.,. New York efforts have failed. At druggists In fifty-cent free Price 25CU.Tte residents, and has been voluntarily given fe..lonal. A universal panacea for all "

Branch Mace H3 r BU W""" ....,.....P.U and dollar sizes. A sample bottle about sent Swamp- la good faith that others may try -the mankind.-Mr*. Sfary R. MeUndry, M.

by mall also a wonderful book telling *. Address > Cljdv. Line t Steamship. Co's- remedy and be benefited as wan Mr. D., rh I'., Chicago III. This ,,,remedy

Foley's Kidneyare Dr.Root Kilmer and Its& Co.. Binghamton.cure N. Y. and agency ls at the ADVOCATE office Titos.vllle Woekner. This remedy Is sold by all I orssle by all drufglfct and medicine I
'
and medicine dealers. ealers. A
.' where you cu secure reservation druggists I
tTlaltt3 friacjr asd U-'( .....1; hl. mention this paper- It


t ..11





,.
i
k

,. i
-- '" '.. '.. ,



r ,
I
+



.



EAST- o ST". ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 20, 1901.
<4< .
-
- -
.
-- .' . JAMBS. PiUTCitABn, President; WM. M. BIIOWK, Vice-Preshient,
A V....oa. Blngwr.!
EAST. COAST ADVOCATE. CHRISTMAS.On FLORIDA GAME AND BIRD C. S. SCHUTLEK, Cashier.

LAW. Emma Calve, ilio noixd. sinker. whose
next, the first of Carmen has RIVER STATE
Wednesday We have received several letters from wonderful personation INDIAN BANK
A WBBKI/T JOUKNAL r,BV"T,.,l> TO TaM DBVBLrHINT Christmas of the twentieth centurywill parties asking us to publish the Florida made her. famous the world over,arrivedat

> 0" T1IH INDIA RIVER, LAKE be celebrated all over the civilized Game Law. We publUhcd the law In St.: Augustine, last: week, direct from ,
WOttlll AND: U1HOAYJ.K MAY qiCOTtOHS.PUHL.I8IIfCD world. Nineteen hundred full In the ADVOCATE Issue of October Callfoi nlaaccumV'lnlert by Louise Veil er COUNTY DEPOSITORY
years and Edna I>arch. They have rooms In the
,
have elapsed since the Star of Beth 18th. Still HS time remain some doubtIn will remain Authorized capital,
where
FRIDAY.CgAsLRe Hotel Alcazar, they $1OOCOO
/ KVKHY: the minds of many In regard to thli '-'
lehem hovered over the manger, law, wo again pilot in fur the benefit of until I the latter pout of tho mouth Mile. Paid up capital, - $25.000

11. AVAtTow Killtor A Publisher.UUcontliiiiuiioti and the'angela announced the inauguration our readers and lends: Calve Is suffeiing from an acuto attackof .______s- Average deposits, $100,000
and has been' compelled to
.. bioncbltls,
-- - - -*- of a new Power-a vitalizing THE!: OAMK!: LAW. Western engHtfements. -
cancel >f her
ul aim. mUKt be Dlade personally force that was to permeateall Chapter 4871 section .!, provider: (She lived some in Florida tired b-it Is feel.
at tens ultlue or h)' wrltlntf.ineck.otu. / shall hunt kill I Transacts a General
That
_n___ __ _' ______ nations, and give to the world in his no person, 11 cloned or ex ing better, and It l 114 expected that the Banking
own premises,
cept any
,
., may lia 1I""le.8hle| to CJIARLEAR. a new schedule. Time !has, since wild turkey, quail or partridge In any warm, b lmy climate of'it. Augustine. '
ipeudily.Mile.
will enable her ten 'iver Business
WALTON, publisher.A then, ,been computed from that part of this bLate, save only from tie In New ,
CalvA has an engagement
_. _-- first of November until the first !
day day
event and the Anno Domini is the York for Christmas week hud expects to
'idr...... all rnnnonltatlnne' to schedule adopted by all the leading of Match of any year. No person shall. reach the metropolis by December 2.'l.: Largest and Oldest Bank on the River. (
kill his Inclosed
leUlf ovsTDVOCATK, except upon own piemIses
TITI xt 1I.I.X FLORIDA. nations of the earth What revolutions more than fourtmkeys and no more x Exchange bought and sold on all) F.TOIU' :

.- what evolutions/ ,' whit' mutations than twenty five quail and no party of Frnttn.WIIITK /1T'u n1 Countries.--
- have characterized the long'lapse two or more persons shall kill more than Wdl
!: FJ.A., Deo., 16, 1001. tronam appreciated. Prompt nervlrn,
of Agriculture CITY imiit.
S.Iepttrtnlont six and than
U. turkeys no more tllty quailIn
of intervening centuries since r, : treatment and l every favor consistent with! in.
Weather JJiireuu-.Jupiter, } Iu. the coronated Christ first shed the any one day. And no person or per. Editor' Karl Cons t Athornlrf t" r, ervatlye banking granted
sons, firm or corporation, association or CA ..
light of hope in the minds of the company shall dell, expose for Hale or In your Issue of D"o., Ctli, In Riving y+ j( \tr 9';'. V : National COKIIESI'ONDEXTSSonboaril Rank of New: York and

The following comparative slate" men from the far East I Strong have In Ills, her, their or Its possession the minutes of the meeting of ttiu made Board ,a ,r, National Hank of Jacksonville, Fla.rl'.LL.11' '
and rainfall for the In this State, wild turkey quail or of County Commissioners yon a
Bent of temperature world) ceased exist any '
have to TILL.: FL.EO
powers which I ln will please ; ,..
> ,
>e
week ending Tuesday, I>on. 11, 1P01.) ; pai'Hide, save only fiom the Ural day of mistake i yon
-1001- -1000- as political forces ; thrones have'tottered November to the ,first day of March of rectify. -..- --- -- .- - -- -. .-- _. -- ---- ---
D6TE.. MAX. Mlf. MAX. MIN. and passed into history ; any year. No person shall entrap any In paragraph 13 of the report you said

II 78 I\.j\ 72 (II and new forces have arisen to guide quail except on his own Inclosed piemls lust my bond to entry a Martin repealing/ FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
rifle, No. 2t1JOJ! 12 U 70 74 50 the destinies of a modern civilisa Any person or persons, coi potation -
veIl. ,
1m! association or violatingthe ap)>I'o
13 7H! 14 ,I )7K'f:' ., '73', 70 . fin! tion. provisions of Ibis section' shall, upon Yours truly,
15 Vi'' 01 7t 00 Aswe, celebrate the event with conviction, be punished by a fine not less C. U. ARfCETT. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
10 '(Hfit 75 Ii:3 ringing bells tuneful choirs kind than $;S0, nor more than $100, or be Imprisoned ,

17 0.1: 41 71 07 remembrances to our relatives and In the county jail at hard Jailor Printers Wanted. -".-
Total rainfall for the week: 1.22 not more than sixty days nor less than
Depa'ture from normal rainfall for the friends, and happy expressions of thirty days. .N. Three rood ;;;;; ;'rs can secure em- Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
addressing .....
week: plus ,71 Inchon. Delart'urefrtJm good will, we are consciously, or AS TO SHIPPING OAMB.: ployment by / ,

normal rainfall since January 1, unconsciously, commemorating, the There Is also a section which prohibits I TUB DEAN ririiLisiiivo Co.,
plus ){}.2G inches.: birth of Him who offered freedomto the shipping of any "deer, hide or hides Wet..Pllm_ Bench, Fla. Offices foot of Uogan Street. Jacksonville Florida. Telephone Xo. 262.

HAL. P. UARDIIT, Observer. all men everywhere. With these i. venison wild turkey: quail or partrlde," J. K.-MUNNERLYN General Manager
. beyond the limits of the county. in which Wedding Stationery.The ,
, --- -- thoughts in view let us then exert
-
t the same was killed. This l I. aimed at
" t HUNTER of game will! please take, our energies to contribute to'the the 'pot-hunters," who make It a prao' ADVOCATE having received a nice: I

j note of the Florida State: Law, whichwe happiness of someone on this, the tics to kill the game In large quantities lot of the latest type and stationery, la
for the benefit of first Christmas of the new century. and ship It North or to cities in Florida.In now prepared to execute on short notice MeMurray & Baker
again publish
} other !States this has been tbe chief Wedding Invitations Announcements, ,
I those who did not read it, when Dyspeptic furies eternally take the factor In the destruction of the game, and Ladles' visiting cards. Give us your ,

published In a previous issue of the man who wears a' thunder cloud threatening to totally annihilate It, but orders. ,'
! ADVOCATE. upon his brow on Christmas Day I by the act passed by the Florida Leglfi- 4O1-413 Eust nay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.

If you have troubles do not grind ture It Is hoped that the "pot bunter. A NEW TRAIN, Headquaiters for-
will be effectively disposed of, and Flor
Do NOT consider that a man is them out to your neighbors ,on ida's magnificent game preserves saved i ,

I lazy just because you see the grass Christmas. Do not talk "poor from their ruthless attacks. The act does Between Jacksonville and Savannahwas Wagon Material Vehicles Harness> Bicycles

and,, weeds in his yard or onhia, house" to your wife if, in the exuberance not prevent of course, hunting parties inaugurated over the 1st the Instant:Seaboard:; which AirLine ,
Railway on
their borne with themIn
sidewalk rather lie of her spirits, she exbrava. taking own game and Sundries.
long. may only this !State, if not for sale. IeryvesJacksonville dally Including Sundays
be waiting until his neighbors get gantly purchased a jack knife and The game laws farther provide that all at 4:10 p. M. Tbls Is. the shortest "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheel
through their places so that he can tin horn for the capering heir to non-residents of the State must apply fora line by 34 miles. Scheduled to connect

I"I"I I follow suit.Ve hardly need to your future fortunes. If a thunderingtflreoracker permit from the proper county authorities Savannah with a new train Ala.over, theSeaboard atshort notice.
for
In order to hunt wild Montgomery, equip.
mention the old papers flying over explodes in your any game ped with Pullman drawing, buffet and _ .
The license fee I. $10, which gore to the -- -- -- ------ ---- - -
sidewalks and streets. What has Immediate vicinity attended with expense of maintaining a game Harden. sleepers. Also scheduled to make Immediate

', become of the town ordinance? juvenile shouts, suppress your ad. WARNING TO HCTWTEKS. connection Savannah::; with the \ .1 WATCHES CLOCKS

l'' \ jectives and remember that it is The ADVOCATE wants to remind Its Central of Georgia Hallway for Augusta, f ,
Macon Atlanta, Columbus Birmingham
,
Christmas. readers that the Florida Game Laws
t THE the : and Connect at Thai-
long expected report'of points beyond.
Christmas, above all other days, protect gulls, terns, plume and all other Brunswick &
f with the Birmingham \
i mann -
naval of the .Jewelry.r
court inquiry In Schley wild birds; also their nests and eggs at :
is and should always be a season all times. R}'. for Brunswick. Call at Cityticket : ,
matter has at last been given. Admiral
1 Dewey, the hero of Manila of rejoicing and good cheer. To The English sparrow, sharpskinnedhawk office,write 302 West A. O.l\IacDonell Bay' street Jacksonville assistant ;.. iJ"I' r Souvenir Wedding Rings and Presents
; or "
I those in favor of and Admirals as general Jacksonville a 'r V Waltham Watches, etc.
: finding Schley, fair share of blue darter), Cooper's hawk (known as : passenger agent ., 'V 'fnlliUl
worldly goods, we Fla.Low .
Benham and Ramsay found the big blue darter! ), great horned owl, :1? tuU U\J
their {
would that show
against Schley. It is to be hoped I Ii suggest they crow, rice-bird, meadow lark, jackdaw FINEWATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
I that Admiral Schley will fight the generosity by remembering in tome and butcher-blid; and game birds In Christmas Holiday Kates.
i a. A SPECIALTY.Watch' .
small way those who have been less their season are not Included among the
i I matter in the courts of law, where, successful in the struggle for world. birds protected by the above act. Account of Christmas and New Year inspector tor Plant' System, and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern R')'.
doubtless there will be
more justice Spectacles" and !: ......_. Charges R. J. RILES!
ly possessions. Only too frequent. PEN LTY. holidays the Plant System will sell tickets JyeJtI paid one way. :,

ly the well-to-do remember only Renders of the EAST!: COAST ADVOCATE!: between points In Florida December 22n; / W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.
: THE!: Bartow CourierInformant'strade will also bear in mind that any person- 23 212. 30-3I'll, and January: let, limited .
those in like circumstances with -- ---- ------ --- - -- -- --- --- --- -
edition In a One exhibition of resident or non-iesldent of Florida- to return January 3rd, 1002, at rate
editorial and themselves, while the less fortunatego i found destroying wild blrdf or their nests of one fare for the round trip, also to '
i push intelligence.
hungry and unclothed. Happily, or"inking their eggs, shall be guilty of a points outside of Florida. within the Best Material Lowest Prices.
I Bartow and surrounding country is here in Titusville there is misdemeanor; and, when convicted there Southeastern Passenger Association
no one
for shall be fined five dollars for
elegantly written up and the cuts each tickets at one and one-half fares with
I show the orange groves to be In fine who is really in want for the necessities bird, living or dead, or part of bird, or same return limit. For students of

f I I' shape. The phosphate fndultry'I8I ", of life, consequently, all the nest or eggs possessed In violation of schools and colleges, these tickets will
I children are in a position to be this section or to Imprisonment for ten be on sale December 10th to 22nd, 1001, QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.
I
also shown to be one of the most both at the discretion of tbe
small day., or limit to return January Hth, at rate.named .
gladdened by some gift as aemlnderthat
\ tj, important enterprises in Polk county I Court. above, upon presentation of prop-
f.! J !Such: editions are an honor to Santa Claus has not Under the Federal Law, a tine not exceeding per certificate. Call on Agents of the :Bond Limiber: Co Titusville.

i H| the editor,and a benefit to Florida utterly forgotten them. Our merchants $200 is also provided: Plant System, or address F. M. Jolly ,
i 1 are displaying a finer line 1-For the delivery of any birds killed division Passenger Agent, Jacksonville,
In violation of the laws of Florid to
-; l/ coldest wave ever experienced or Christmas goods than we have I express railroad ot,steamboat company any, Manager.Fla.. 'or B.*. W. Wrenn, Passenger Traffic A Trial Order Will Convince.S. .

, ever remembered seeing here before, to other carries out of i
In the month of December bai to andhappy or tbe State any common _.__ _H __ '- -- G. VANLANDINGIIAM f. Manager. Titusville, Fla.Masury's i I
'bright
: Everything points a I
i wept over the north and west. Ir a For the of such I iI I
: transportation
Christmas In and
Titusville Co .
.
the thermometer Motor --- -- +
j Chicago registered birds by any common carrier out of the Rockaway --
the'East Coast in ,
along general.
f ,I 18 below zero, and In Wyoming 3 0 State.! ,
degrees below. New York and other The ADVOCATE in gala dress, :a-For shipment out of the State of. N. Y. ,,
ROCKAWAY BEACH
I
_,i northern also greets its readers this week and any package containing game birds, or Paints r
states have .been
which does not bear the ,
wishes all its readers and friends a plumage, ship
I I' frozen stiff. While we have had and address and ,
statement
Christmas. Christmas per's name a .. "'i"' \ ,,;t'I Ill I
unusually pool weather for this sea. Merry cornea of the nature of the contents. \ .. :,1-1- . I

I son of the year, still we are not by to uspoor-editors as it does to all Hallway and express agents are cautioned : ', -II.-';., I I
of you, and through the kindnessof against forwarding any package : ._ /' ARE THE BEST SOLD BY t
means frozen, not even athinice I o '''_
any ,
friends of birds which are Improperly marked, l
a few.of our advertising iii"'
having formed. we are enabled to celebrate it in a or supposed law.JOT to contain birds killed contrary I! G-E:<:>:Ec.E F. :P :D :J:>IS<>N. I
to : i
TUB: tail ,end oC( the northern becoming manner. Personally we I For the Information of their .. ..-- - --,. THE LUMBERMAN.EAU t

blizzard arrived here this week,, have no Christmas tree-no Christmas guests, hotel managers should make a GALLIE, FLORIDA.

stocking; but, nevertheless, we note oCthe above. ...BUILDERS OF...
and It was keenly felt, owing to the - -. 0---- 0I.
sudden change from the summer share in your Christmas happiness, It Dazzles the World. Gasoline Launches and Motors. I.a.
and in our Christmas number have H. A. HODGES. : I.c
wo have been having
temperature
given you all some of the' best efforts No discovery In medicine has ever ore ...
for some time past. Beyond, some of highest contributors ated one quarter of the excitement that The most perfect, economical and easily Manufacturer of c
injury to tendoi vegetation we pur has been caused by Dr. King's New DIs- handled motor made. Two hours Instruction -
which is to be share in ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber.
understand there wus no damage our your covrey for Consumption. It's severest is all that Is needed. Powerful, .. p
\ Christmas happiness In our advertising cheap and durable. Our agent, .Joseph t
tests nave been on hopeless victims of ROUGH AND DRESSED . .
done to trees or the fruit, Orange Box-Heads Fruit and Vegetable Crates.any
orange ,
will find the I consumption pneumonia Bauer, will be in Titusville during week
pages you hemorrhage
although the temperature went pleurisy and bronchitis thousands of commencing Dec. Otb, afterwards visit.log one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building inBLy 0t
the merchants ,
of of
down to 33 for a while on Tuesday names leading whom It has restored to perfect health. town ,further South. Will have rti0fT1-rWa' would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are locatedat
night at Titusville. To-day it our town- those who are biddingfor For coughs, colds, asthma croup, hay launches on exhibition and would be near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
is 700 in,the 'shade. Consideringthe and desire your patronage.And fever hoarseness and whooping cough UU pleased to meet or hear from Interested part of the East Coast Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, F'a. p

now, in this happy Christmastime the quickest surest cure In the world.It parties Address,
Intense cold and many deaths when wishes one la sold by ,Wilson; Son, who gnat.antes JOSEPH BAUER F's
caused thereby; the storms: disasters everyone satisfaction or refund ESTABLISHED 1870.
another well take this money. Care ADVOCATE, - Titusvllle Fla.
the we opportunity bottles COoU and $1. Frial bottles
and suffering to poor in Large
to thank all-our advertisers Discount to Boat-builders.
you free. Special F'I
many states we ought to be thankful '

we are living in so genial and ere and, correspondents contributors -,for subscrtb.your ____d_ __ M. Lane & Son

healthful climate-even if Florida ,

occasionally visited by cold snaps. I the kindly pink patronage paper of Florida-the and interest EAST in The Buffalo Gasoline Motor.A 2.0 WASHINGTON[ STREET, NEW YORK.

COAST ADVOCATE. We thank
you d
TUB Senate, on Monday, ratified all for the substantial aid have

by the the Ilay-Pauneefote decisive vote, canal of 72 treaty to 6. given us during the past year you, and 4.. cycle 4 cylinder, marine + Southern .Fruit and Produce 1

in conclusion we wish all
you vibration
The vote was reached a few minutes engine. Practically no

before five o'clock, after almost A MERRY CHRISTMAS. Shifting spark. Runs at C

five hours discussion behind any speed. Specially adapted Oorn.rn.iosioc.: : szchac..ts-:: :

closed doors. There were no sensational MADAME: Salve, the great singer, for w.. I -
auxiliary SPECIALTIES
power r( r ORAXGE3
AND and our
incidents during this entire is now in Florida, recuperating.Her GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils, Cards
4 h. 2 . . .
time. The debate w;. -> confined ex. throat has given. her considerable p., cylinders? $273. __ fjuotatiotia, furnished on application..

elusively to the; dis('usaion' of the trouble, and after trying Call Weight, 105 Ibs. o.t

merits of the agrecm-nt, and the fornia, she concluded to come to I 17 b.p., 4 cylinders,. ,400. el

I f policy of it* prvwitfi'MA.! Senator Florida and try our glorious cll. I Weight, 315 Ibs. Consign! Us Your... .

Teller made a speech in opposition mate. We have always said, and 13: h. p., 4 cylinders, ,*OflO. r ===--::-. .-------.- .- .

to the treaty, and he was followed Will continue to say, that Florida's. Weight 473 Ibs.I .

in rapid siuvrssion( by twelve or climate can not be surpassed any. am prepared to prove that Fruits

fifteen other Senators!, who spoke where, for balmy and health giving this is the best marine engineon and Produce. d

briefly for and against the motionto qualities. The cold wave to the

ratify. The 'opposition, however north of ue Ie causing thousands to the market. n

had not the ghost of a chance, come earlier than usual this year. G-EC:: >. E. .A.LL.A..OEJ: KEMITANCES DAY OF-SALE. rur
as the decisive votti'of 72 to 6 AGENT:

proved. 13:?: -'Deed blanks sold at this office.' Send stamp for catalogue. PALM; BEACH, FLA. FHITH & CO. e Nashville, Tenn. ii







,MIl MI t S



I
l .;4. i
: : :

I



+ t 1 .









u



.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 20, 1901. 5

-
--- -- - -

.
Tibbals. GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARX.
Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG.

1VI ]Et; <>SG'
Commodore H. E. Sewall and Capt. H.W. .

Bessey, of Sewalla Point, were the The U. S. Government Tests Wlioleiiale Dealers ID

quests of Harry Jennings, on Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Munson, of New Show the Absolute Superiority of GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE,.

York, who are stopping at the/Ietherby, .
-'- - -, _'-- --
;; -c.= ::: = .
-
Eden, and Mrs M. A. Curtla were pleas )Ii I .

ant callers on Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Waters, Royal Baking Powder. Coiner Wont Bay and! Julia Sta., JACKSONVILLE, FLA,
Thursday afternoon. hONE Ii

Capt. A. W. Bute, of Tltusvlllo, was a OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY. f

11 pleasant visitor In our burg, on Tuesday, __ _ _ ,__ _ .
'. _____ _. _, I __ ____ -- --
representing the F. E. C. K'y. t'api.Buie ---

EYE SPECIALIST. has a host of 'Ilends here who are Melbourne. We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pens;
Ro-ckledge.
always.glad to see him guaranteed genuine.: We also carry full line of Hay, Drain and Feed. Wo want
Jacksonville Fla.
.215: W Bay street, ,
Mrs. Hendilckson Paliovllle, Ohio, your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial\; and you will be pleased. I I

-- - Is the guest of Postmistress E. J Luce, ( (iofF: Jk un/tIUI-Renl: K: tat. anti I..alls. E. S. Williams, of Fort Pierce, la againat MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.

West Palm Beach.Mrs. this week. From here she will go to Aitttntfor .4Ctii. t.omlon Hint: Liverpool 1 and his home here, for a few week rr: We only Sell to Dealers.Georgiana. .
Palm Beach, where she will visit her son, (tiiiliu, rrmlilem'o Wimlilngbui, : : curd Sun Fire
liiHuranoo. rti 1"1,1 i ituintlon t ]>ald to the Frank" Harrison, of Newark, X. J. Is .. --
who is In business there. ---- -
Intureuu nl u<", ..1 I. ""'. here for Christmas, the guest of his I
Turner, the mother of Sirs. Henry The bulk of the fall crop of pineapples ------- -- father, O. W. Harilson. SUUOKON8 SIMNCII).
I
Grant and }(a's. C. II. Gulncy, died Saturday are now shipped, and but very few more iivriL1RI.tr.ia I: ".wutime i year romul. Oo.
Ixnntoil Miss Minnie Moremen
light l'nielan/eperdxInturarsummer i > of Lake Howell
| ,
last, at the home of Mrs. Grant.J. will be shipped before next May, which on, nlfrh i ii''uii morlitoking the Indian i, Fin., Is here for the holidays the guest Knpturo Cured bra simple Home Method.
,
E Ingraham, 3rd vice-president of at this time bids fair to be the largest River. TOIIIIP FIIANK, mad l run.onr.avsox, Proprietor.SubKcilptlonn i of Mlsi Myra Williams. nay Llndaberry Dame, last week, to That Him .....r..rI""I"h..II"* K".r.. t
crop ever shipped from! the East Const. with his .
Florida East C ast Railway wan a spend tho winter patents.A11
the ---- -
The plants will, In About three weeks, I Messrs. Aimisa and Lester Smith nnd I
!guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Flagler, Saturday commence sending up tho bloom for the; for the ADVOCATE, Dr. Specket, of New York, are spendingthe n I to Hughes and Mrs. A. I.. limner A Kr.. Trlxl of till Fmu.ni MvthortM <.
and Sunday. May and June crop. the pink paper| of the, )East; Const v>ill\\ \be holidays with Mrs. Inex Smith ami wore calling: among their, friends, Tuesday ailed tv All Who are ltci|>tur*
L. Wllloughby has just arlived received at the Melbourne( Postofllce.. family afternoon of last week
Uiee ) Adams
Hugh Mrs. E. J. Luce W. H. two\ W. Main St., ,
from the North. His house-boat, Mauitoe entertained, our genial postmistress IK J. UoHxiter" tlio Mr. nnd Mrs. Avoiil\ wore pleiisantcalleis N. Y., will send l fieo to any one who Is '
the Tibbuls bathing popular photograhes : -
is moored at the City dock, being ; The cold dill no 11 111\1 at Melbourne
ago and knows of
homo
club, Thursday, tho 5th. The attendance }> airlvud, last week, and has openedhis lit tlio hospitable of Dr. ruptured any person' ruptured -
l pu' In readiness fur Mrs. Wllloughby was largo, and many visitors from neighboring the past week. studio on the Indian River hotel Mrs. Chambers, Fruity" afternoon, whether a man, woman or ch Ida ,
and her daughters.! free trial of his famous homo cure. It i.R Is
settlements Mis.V.. K Walker and little daughterme
grounds.
were present. For apart hills Dell MunHon, Misses Hattie
And still another bicycle shop Is to be of the entertainment, the hostess hero on a visit! with Mrs.I Anna Conk- Thayer and Mary Newel and Mr. anti nmrvoloim method l, curing ensue thatdulled
those arrived from the
Among recently r4clty
doctors olor!
Hospitals, trusses, -
opened" here. F. II. Marshall, of New bad a collection of very uncommon( and ling; !Mrs Hall went to <"ooa shopping, !Satur: )
North C. W. Blakenloe
are and family, and! all clitn. !Merely send your .......d ;
York city, has leased the Idner building, amusing conundrums, to be answered by Fresh" pineapples from the Iteaujean New Haven, Conn. They will spend the day. and addri-BH and the free trial will bo sent u
Jefferson block for the sale those
opposite the present, for which prizes were I Plantation, nf Melbourne Bench, are In winter hero as usual. Leland Baldwin\; returned from his without any east to you whatever. K, W.
rent and repairing of wheels. given. Each one bad to write their an- I'
.
market thin week.
summer's outing much henelltted In Yoiirex, a well known commoictnl\ traveler
The New hotel Its /
swer as guessed, which, when read, was Hockledgo opened
Dr. Miller, a prominent dental surgeon very amuslug. One question asked was, i II. O. Snedcker who wee so 111 for some doom to the public, last Saturday, and health He has been home about two was ruptured ton years, tiled every
from Colorado bas rented the furnished time l Is and able to It has weeks limes on the market, made up bin I
Where is two Leads better than one? Improving enjoy a already quite a number of guests gauger
house of Geo. Heckert, on Narcissus :St. Ono of the lady visitors answered, "In a walk lu tho sunshine now. Manager Shares expects quite a full house Uncle Hughle was picking nnd 1 ship mind to undergo the of an \Jl't'rlto''
Dr. Miller\ wired his family, who are in5t. tion, when by the greatest of !good! I
: Augustine, to come at once. hammock, which all the gentlemen voted i' Capt. Sherwin and wife, of Baltimore, for the holiday. ping some tine orange, last week, and he tiled the Dr. Rice method lie Is now
to be correct, but the hostess disagreed me the guettts of !Mayor Went and wife, Quite a fow visitors are here for the "Jimmie" Tuttlo made a good shipment cuied. \

Geo. II. Maltby recently purchased two saying" the answer was, "Whenin la their pleasant home on Went Point. holidays Among others, Mr. and Mrs. of beans, Tuesday Mr Youiex I and has barrel.
lots on two Clematlo cottages avenue to be, built on them.plansfor a P. It Moore, of Washington, I). C., Dwlght: Paxtou, of Philadelphia, are Rush Holnish who has been visiting: his method and It cured 1 mo. I did not lose a j

will be up-to-date,, and be in con- Harry Jennings, one of our prominent and Mr and Mm L O Moore of Uose- visiting Mr. Pax ton's parents, Mr and friends, Dr.andMrs. Wlttfel.l, for a fortnight day on the road 1II1n.lr"I"of merchant

They litlon for renting as soon as possible. pineapple growers, who, three weeks land, were tie guests of Mrs. Goode, the Mrs. II. B. I'lIxton. returned to his homo, In Newark, and friends In Illinois, Wisconsin, Mlmiu-
ago, purchased i a very fine 25; .foot naphtha past week. I.. F. Puttee and family are expectedfrom N. J., last Thursday. sots and Iowa know the wonderful foot.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zapf, of Jacksonville launch, thought he had a dead cinch New York next week. Mr. Pettee's that this remarkable method cured me
welcome bis Mr. and Airs. McCoy and daughter, Mrs Lena Hall was taken seriously 111, thankful to
wero here on Monday to on good wife and her young lady and I certainly feel enough
house which la be handsome .
back from that !Miss Bertha of Cloverdale! Ind., arrived, going; to a very Sunday 1>r. Chamber. was hastily Yoiirex live
their brother, Geo. Z"pf, a.ummer' guest; they would be compelled to Is not but work tell my expeilenqo. Mr.
ono completed
visit in the Fatherland; and take him along, when they wanted, to go Saturday evening, and will again spend Is yet and summoned, and Monday\ she was reported In Chicago at'' 112.1: N Franklin St.
being pushed night day.
also to attend the wedding of Carl Zapf. calling or out fur a sail. But Wednesday the winter In I the Baker. houxe. --- ---- ------ better. Her friends hope for a speedyrecovery. Every ruptured person ought to sendat

Harry Odlio, Joseph Jefferson's stage afternoon, while Mr. Jennings waR Tho MisKos Emma and :\latlldL I\lIday, Cbaa. Ueplogle, of Atwater, O., was In / once anti make a trial of this method
walking over his pinery, Mrs. Jennings A. B. Carter had two hunting parties that euros without pain, danger, operation -
has pitched his tent in this of Canton, 0., arrived, last: Friday, and very bad shape. He says: "J suffered a
manager and Miss Dillinger, of Harrisburg, Pa., out last week and another Tuesday. or an hour's loss of time llogla
here with their deal ,
town for the season, his location being in will spend the winter great with my kidneys and was requested -
the vacant lot opposite Mayor'Vbllldin'sre8ldence. who Is her guest, decided to take a sail, mother and sister. They are always wel- to try Foloy's Kidney Cure I did No one in this section knows where toHod now and In a short time you will neverknow
and test their skill as engineer and sailors. good hunting as well as Car- you had been ruptured. Write today 1
Mr. Odlio' brother is to en- come visitoi. to Melbourne. so and in four days I was able to go to Capt.
They boarded a row-boat and rowed out work again I well." B. ter, with his staunch little launch. sure.
him. now am entirely
with
ioy camp life to the launch-but oh I that heavy anchor Ernest It. Tladley, of Monrovia, Ind., Wilson
& /
Son
Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Flaglor seem had to be weighed. They thought if was married to Miss Edna M. Dillion, on The their little folks of are the training faithfullyfor Clover tea, rondo from dried clover, la

very much at Lome In our little town, Harry wa only here, just to weigh the December 11th. ilia Melbourne friends part The exercises entertainment and tree, said to be an excellent blood purlller,
themselves in a anchor. But bound succeed unaided wish the young couple a life of sweet South Chrlstnll..ove.
:ind both express very Jo Rockledge. and! particularly boncllclal for sufferers
,Complimentary manner In regard to the they together weighed anchor, and In it content and all the good things of this are free to all, and and! everybody bring, their I Is cordiallybivitel : from iheiimallKin or gout. The clover

many Improvements on the West side, few seconds Mrs. Jennings stalled the life. to come them the presents before may bo obtained from any druggist, put
In time to get put on hue -
tad the business push of the merchants engine, and with Miss Dillinger at the Alden Hadloy< of Monrovia, Ind., arrived Rev. H. Kelgwln was visiting his many the exercise/ begins, so as to avoid up In pnrkiigus, which cost but a few I Ieeut
end citizens generally.Mr. wheel, and Lane, Mrs. Jennings' four- here, Tuesday, and his many 'Melbourne friends here on Tuesday confusion.ButIsflwd. .
year old son as first mate, they glidedover friend glad to see him. Mr.llailley I rtl
and Mrs L. J. Ballard and daughte 8pla8hln Misses Florence and May Hartwell
the waves like fairies, own a beautiful piece of property TOTOI': A COLD.-After exposure
; Mrs. Swayne, of Troy, Pa., are here until they reached Ankona, five miles i on the liver front Just a little north of were calling upon Mis. Avel'lIlla8t Sat people are the boot Advertisers or when you feel u cold coming on take ntlosu
for their third season. They are pleas- north, where they landed with all the i town. urday. for Foley'" Honey and Tar and all of Foley's. Honey and Tar It never

antly located with Mrs. Frank Everett, skill of Jack 'I'ara-spent a couple hours I IT. J. Itosslter, the Kookledge photographer who use It agree that It Is a splendid falls to slop M cold l If taken la time. B.R. .

U her home on Xarclsus street Mr. with lady friends and returned home, : Editor Lynch of Dally Post l'el11lp8.bUI.It was calling on M. C. Salmon, remedy for coughs colds or sore lunge Wilson A 801 .
Ballard Is a very enthusiastic fisherman, where they found poor Harry ornament Sunday He opened his studio, on Mon B. It. Wilson Hon.Th i
N. J., has tasted the merits of Foley's -
and successful one.
a very ing one of the posts on the dock, and day
Honey and Tar with this result : "I
KHALi: KSTATK FOR HAM*.
The new bourns built by Joseph Jefferson feeling: that they bad played one of have used a great; many patent medicines B. Paxton, a prominent young lawyer, True Story of m IVavvlmiil lt.U
on the cornet'of Datura and Nar- Grandpa's jokes on him; but of course in my famillrs for coughs and colds, andI of York Pa., son of Harry Paxton, ar '

issus streets nearlngcomplotlon, and be said "Well done, brave girls." can honestly say your Honey, and Tar rived here on Saturday, accompanied by One autumn day I was chasing lizards As Administrators of the Estate of 'I

ue a great; addition to the resident por- Is the best thing of the kind I have ever his wife. tho pines and finding a door William Treutler, deceased!, We offer at

tion of town. Furniture is being; put in J. W. Bryan, of Lowder, Ills., writes: used and I cannot say too much In praise Have you subsetIbed for the only 1 pink crept among. unobserved, up Into !Mr. Panter'sroof opoo private sale the following descilbed Real t tEstate

the corner house, which will in a few "My little boy was very low with pneu- of it." B. J{. Wilson A /Son. paper In Florida ? If not, you certainly where lodged for two months and belonging to said Estate: i iNo

,lays be ready for occupancy. monia. Unknown to the doctor we gave should do so, If you want the news of grew fat and strong. Each night I came 1. Sold.

Mrs. C. C. Cbllllngsworth; received the him Foley'a Honey and Tar. The result Lotus. the East Coast of Florida.A. down for food little dreaming that my Xo. 2. All of ST of NEt Section :21,

md new that her father; Mr. Dietz, of was magical and puzzled the doctor, as footstep disturbed the sleeping folks! Township :47 South, Range })7) East, covered
Syracuse, X. Y,, had Just died. His Immediately stopped the racking cough V. Averill ha his fine launch repainted who racked their brains In vain to catch with water, lying In said Flan; Galtla I
and took Eau Gallle
,death was all the more sudden as Mrs. and he quickly recovered. Wilson & Son. a hip to me. One night I found some cheese In a I River and Eau Gallle Bay, containingabout
C. D. Provost was In town Sunday.A on Sunday, Mrs. A. and Mr. and Mrs .
Cblllingsworth visited him late in the wire cage which I extracted and ate, !1.10() acres, more or less.Xo. .
Hummerand he was In fairly good health. goodly number from here wero visitors Ueo. W, Petteo accompanying him another night bacon fat was temptingly 3. Sold.

Our sympathies go out to the bereaved White City. to Cocoa last week and this. Mr. Geiger has shipped three carloads left for me, but I guessed It was poisoned Xo. 4. That portion of SWiJ, Section "

family. Truckers are shipping a few beans and of oranges! from the Harvey grove. J. S. so left It alone, iron traps were placed) 31, Township 27 South, Range: If7 East,
Coats has <110 boxes of wherever I had been the night before,
shipped tangerine
ladles mission held flies here tomatoes and plauts will soon fol. commencing at .a point 1170 feet West from
The of Holy Trinity There are more now than at egg
oranges for Miss Louise M. Powe, and but I found out how to extract the bait Northeast corner post on 34 Section lineas
i sale, Tuesday and Wednesday Jefferson evenings block., any time during the past'year. low.Dr. has about 40 more to ship. They are a without springing them. Ono night I aforesaid and 110 feet Mouth of said 3t I

in the vacant attraction store of the the doll table. Quite a number of beans have been Capron and wife were passengersvia very choice lot, and were put up very pulled all the (lower out iif a vase and Section line for a stalling point, theme .
One was
great sold also cake, confectionery shipped from here, the past week, and steamer Spartan, to Georgiana, on nicely. gnawed the stems, but the best supper 1 run South 41: feet, thence Mast: 10O foot, r
Fancy articles were ;
\ and all the tempting things and now produce Is beginning to' move Tuesday. ever had was on two nice fat rabbits Mr. thence South 42(1( feet, thence West to .

that go to,make up a Christmas sale. It quite fast. J. A. Booth, who Is at his place at Strikes a Rich Find."I Panter brought over the river/ to tame, Section line, thence North O''H: ft, thence

was a brilliant success for them, financially There will be no more visitor*admitted Brantley for a short time. was a visitorIn was troubled for several years with and kept I la a box to, after three under or four the East 717 feet, more or lens, to point JX(() .

as well as socially. to our Club while It Is In session and Lotus on Monday. chronic Indlgesfloh and nervous debil- night wire and managed catch them,squeeze bat they squeaked feet West of Southwest corner of plat of
writes b'. Green of Lancaster N. Harno, thence South 1W feet, thenceEset
member will white In ity J. ,
each wear a badge ,
Mr. and Mrs: Frank,Boys, of Constan T. Grotjan Ronald has suspended the II. "No until I begun and roused Mr. Canter, 'who escape 760 feet to West side of V. K. G.
tine, Mich., with their family, are mov- the Club room. work of packing his tangerine oranges Electric remedy Bitters helped mo which did me to find them both dead and I Hallway right of.wal' thence North on.
Beach's houses on school will celebrate until after the holidays using ? At ]last In bread from a trap It
ing: Into one of John Our Sunday more good than all the medicines I ever pulling West side of F. K. C. Railway right-of-
Olive\ street. Judging from their house Christmas by having a Christmas tree Mrs. J. &1. Field went to Cocoa, Tuesday used. They have also kept my wife In sprang and startled me, and ,I jumped way 1)0 feet, thence East to point of beginning

hold effects, they have come to stay. Mr. and a musical and literary entertainmenton to meet her parents from Ohio, but excellent health for years. She says upon another trap and caught my foot. :, excepting: railroad right-of-way
Roys baa secured land near Jupiter, for Christmas Eve, Everybody. Is Invited they failed td get here.C. Electric Bitters ere just splendid for female I was going off without my leg when through said land. Containing about 26- e
the growing of mint, an Industry he to attend. troubles that grand tonlo Mr. Panter appeared. ores Including the County road. This
they are a
;
hopes to develop. They are undoubtedly truckers F, Walker has" taken charge of the and invigorator for woalT run down tract has a young !grove of /BOD or (1100.
rain rain are
Rain our now
live family, and an acquisition tour satisfied, that, It Is-wet enough, and those store at Lotus, and will at once make women. No other medicine can take) Its 91OO Reward $J 00. tree on It, and an artesian well, etc.

') town. We extend a hearty welcome that thought we were In for a dry spell, Improvements on the building. place In our family." Try them. Only The readers of this paper will M pleased No. B. Begin at Southeast" corner.of ,

to thorn. and planted on low ground, are now The cold wave, Tuesday, made the 6<>cls. Satisfaction guaranteed by B. H. to learn that there I I. at least onedreaded lot now,or formerly owned by J. L. Harrison . It, ,

We are pained to announce the deathof hunting for a dry patch. truckers rather uneasy.. For a while the Wilson A Son.Courtenay.r. disease that science has been thence run Month across Elbow 7

Henry J. Anthony; which occurred at the' thermometer fell very rapidly, and it Is able to cure In all It. stages: sad that I I. creek to North boundary of land belonging .
his parents' residence Falrvlew, Monday Although 'Christmas gathering l Is still rather cold this Wednesday morn- Catarrh Hall' Catarrh Cure Is the only to Wm. Treutler, thence East along
medical for the Club members only, tbere will be Section line which I. the North boundary
afternoon, the 16th Inst. All that ing. positive cure known to the medical Ira. 3t
dance New Year's Eve to ring the old : I
on T of Wm. 'I'reutIer'.land to North bank
skill and faithful, heroic .nursing ternity. Catarrh .slog a constitutional
could do, proved fruitless. His death year out and the new year In, and all Half tlio world In in darkness as to the disease, requires a constitutional treat- ot Elbow creek, thence West along bank

will be a great sorrow. to Dade county, good-mannered people can attend. So }If cause of their 111 health, and they doctor Mr. and Mrs. Grant, of Indianola, call- mentr- Hair. Catarrh Cure I Is taken Internally of said creek to point of beginning, being fIn I

particularly a* his friend are legion. To you are desirous of associating with ladies for nbjtit everything except the right ed on M. S. Sam and daughter, Bator- acting directly upon the blood Section 21, Township 27 South, Range ,

the bereaved family our sympathies go and gentlemen, come. thing, and that Is the stomach. early day.Rev. and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby 37 East This land Is covered with! the

out to them In this, their hour of great Mrs. Oleson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.j. all kind of illness originate In the stom and Mrs. J. II. White, of Georgl- destroying the foundation of the disease water of the creek.

trial and affliction. p. Christensen, left for Jacksonville, ach.' Take Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeptl- ana, were visiting Mrs J. 1). Hams, re and giving the patient strength by Xo. 0. Part of subdivision of Lot 21,
Wednesday. Mr*. Oleson was here several olde and get your s'omach working properly cently.M. building up the constitution and assist- Houston' addition to Kau Gallle, cornerof

I A cold la can be "nlpI months last spring, on account of her B. B. WilsonIndianola. it; Jon. B. Wbaley shipped' eighteen cratesof hog nature In doing Its work. The proprietor Houston street and street through the

I ped in the, cough bud"or wit):grippe M dose or two of healtb, but feeling much better she went beans, Tuesday, and other shipped have so much faith In Its cura- Koescb addition, fronting 103: feet oa
I and Tar. Beware of *.ubstltute. back to Chicago, where her husband was several crates. tive powers, that they offerOoe Hundred Houston street;; _
I Foley' Honey employed. She could not, however, Dollars for any case that It fall to cure. Xo. 7. Commence about 9 chain 35
.. B.R. Wilson A; Son. stand the northern climate, and was There being no frost on Monday, Tuesday Send for list of testimonials. Address, links West from Northeast corner of

obliged to return to Florida. Mr.Oleson or Wednesday, our farmers are now F. J CHENEY A; CO., Toledo O. Section 20, on Section line between Section
Stuart. came here a short time ago and obtainedemployment II. G. Jlallock, of Columbus, 0., is a breathing easier. y7 Sold by DrngglsU, 78 cent*. han'. *17 and 20, run WestOchkln 13 links,

In Jacksonville, where they guest at Oak cottage. Judge Whltlock has beed confined to Family Pills are the best thence South 10 chain 64 links, thence

will now make their home. )[1'.. O. W. Hill has about recovered bed slue his son's death, two weeks ago, South 00 degree 80 seconds. East!: 3 chain

Mr. Hogarth will move here shortly and Our Club will have a jolly time on from her recent Illness. but his friends hope to see him out soon. Crop Conditions In Florid. to Eau Oallle River thence follow the
build. shore of Eau' Gallle Hlver In an Easterly
but It I Is for members
Christmas last We Bros.
dar' Mrs. Ch.ni. Hill arrived week. Wbaley *; LaRoche are repairing
Cb"" Caller broke ground for his residence only, a sort family affair, you know. are glad to ha in her among us once more. the John LaRocbe house for Mr. Tlflln, Florida' sweet potato crop his practically direction to a polntdue South from place of
Monday.The The Club ha been running since last who a Montreal man to occupyIt been housed. In the central and of beginning\ thence north to point
down to 41 April and all citizens of White City have Mrs. E. A. Howell, of Columbus O. expects southern district seedlogand transplant.log beginning, containing 9 acre., more or ,
thermometer went ,
soon.Among
had an equal chance to join. Non-mem arrived, Wed uesday, and expects to spend vegetable are active and a few beans, less, and known a* the Kltchell place.
Tuesday night. hers will be excluded from the Xmas entertainment the winter In ladianola. the many guests from ladian tomatoes and other vegetables are avail Xo. 8. XE>.;{ of Section 28, Township f

Morris John wont to Miami, Tuesday, which will consist of a stag The sound of (he hammer Is heard In ola at the department store, on Monday, able. Orange and grapefruit are going 27 South, Itange 37 East containing IUO ,

with a prisoner. party during the afternoon, and In the the land, and the shipment of orange is were J. ,1". Mltcjiell and family, Mrs.Andrlx forward In large quantities from the acres, less railroad rigbt-of-way. yNo

Chas. Woodward moved Into/his resl- evening the ladle will bring supper and going on briskly. This cold weather Is :: and son, and Johnnie Field. lower countries. Strawberries are making 9. X WJf; of Section 21, Township

ence,Tuesday. all will have a jolly time, with some enough to make anything move briskly F. W. LaRocbe sold the old, mall horse better progress/ since recent rain. 27 South, lUnge 37 East containing loll h
literary talent. If any member has a to J. M. Sanders, and delivered him at The acreage ha been considerably Increased acres, lea railroad rlght.of-way.
A Dew organ ha arrived for the Methodist friend who Is a non resident of White (Preparation' are going steadily forward Saturday. I>. J. Laltoche has and moderate quantities are reported railroad
Cocoa No. 10. 4-1 l0 lOt) less
: acres
Sunday School. be brine such friends with him Ito I celebra'o Chris1' on with various exercise In the local markets. Many ,
City, may : sold his horse to Mr.Shlpple, of saw mill rlirht-of-wav, being part of Lot 1 and of !
introduce such friend as a nonresident and ChrUtm tree for the neighborhood orange are twlng "banked" a* aproyl.lun
The Southern $:xpre** Co. have placed but must I Tho question' "who I. fame, who was In town Monday. grove XE ; of NWJi, "Sections, Township 27
non-residents not come my against poB.lbleaeere weather.
still can
1 large: float at the depot for the use of and enter; on their own account. neighbor: ?" will bV all'", red to everyone Some folks think that because there I.a Is Jensen baa commenced shipping vegetable :. South, Range 87 East, known a* J. L. l

the tub dealer and shippers general.We 8 tl,fuc'i I"in ',\II<, will come to Indianola cheap suitable farm In this excellent and plenty of beans are coming Stewart place

bad quite a change In railroad clr- on Christmas night.It orange and vegetable burg and we being from Jupiter-Frultman's Guide. Xn. J I. Lot 17 and 19, block 4, Town

,lee, this week; our agent, T. W. Anderson ISIowii to Atoms --- a poor house graduate that we are trying of Eau Gallle.

I going to Jensen, and Mr. Bevllle, oflensen The old Idea that the body sometimes ; (Olrdlc the Ulobc. to promote county pauper ranch C. W Lynch, Winchester rn..., writes: Xo. 12. Lot 1, block .1 I, Town of Ban
coming here. Mr. Beville held needs a powerfuldrastic, purgative pill and run for overseer of It, and sell them M I owe the life of my boy to Foley'* Honey Gallle. Quit claim deed for this only-

his agency several year ago. has been exploded; for Dr. King' New The fame of Buck len's Arnica Salve as bread pill, pitch plasters and similar and Tar. He bad membranous croup, held under Tax Title. I
Life Pills, which are perfectly harmless the best In the world, extend. round the toilet articles, D.uallyllept: In a millinery and the first dose gave bin relief. We For price and terms address, '
H. W. Bessey wlllleave the Life here Say- gently stimulate liver and bowel to ex- eartb. It'. the one perfect healer of cuts, emporium; but such I* not the ease. It continued its use and It soon brought blm F. A. MORGAN and W. U. JONES, 'NA : p,
ng service shortly and will move matter cleanse the system corn., burn., braises, sores, scalds, boll., I I. simply to enable Mother Urevard to out of danger B. K. Wilson A Son.
I'o take charge of Hotel Dsnfortb, so as pel poisonous absolutely cure constipation and sick ulcers felon., aches pain. and aU skin chop down half her psuperexp.uses,and Administrator of the Estate of Wm. I y

"'? be near his large pineapple plantation. and beadack. Only 23cU at B. K. Wilson ernptions. Only Infallible pile cure. establish a good borne foe the worthy : Please mention the ADVOCATE when Trentler, deceased. ?

fader Mr. Hewers; management we pre Son' drug store. 2ocU a box at B. R. Wilson Bon's. poor. i writing "advertiser Tltusvllle, J'lorlda.an.w .
lict a successful season for the hon e. &;



ii




.


r

.. .. .. .' .." 7' --..-..... -. -. -"
....".. <.,,, ... '.' ... '- '



"" '- ..,..--. ...
."
_..
_----M : : __
I ' _'.'''' = / _










I EAST COAST ADVOCATE DECEMBER 20. 1901.

I -
'
I :w 'man' rushed rnto toe mroor. one

I whispered a word to my beautiful ladylove The Seaboard Air Line Railway
who wrung her hands In terror.
'FI7 for your lifer she said. 'If

Allah spare my life I will meet you at
.
the gates at midnight. If not adieu .1 VESTIBULED'
,until we meet In paradise.' ( Capital City Route

"At midnight I sat upon the atone +,"..r. \o A.l.e i liMITED

bench again clad In a coarse oriental *- The Shortest Route.TRAII'I .
dress but with a pistol hidden beneath s
It. I bad resolved to die rather than to
-
allow her to be torn from me. / The Best Line

"I' waited. The moon arose, round -,' 1 /:9f: lit DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE

and yellow, In the sky. A strange bird 1 Double Dally Service-Including Sundays to . .

You need light to raise uttered a shrill cry. A dog barked. I ryt SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMoXUWASHINGTON ,
heard
steps within
the
garden andshrank
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK
,
Tobaccoprofitably. : back into the shadow. They ,
THROUGH PULMAN SLEEPER.
WITH
were not the steps of women.

Be sure your fertilizer . "As I listened the gate opened and <. Only line operating dally'through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville to New Orleans

contains at least 10 percent four black slaves, bearing a burden r For further Information write...

'emerged therefrom. As the moonlight A. O. MACDONELL, Asht. Gen. Pass Agt. knonvllle, Florida
Actual Potashfrom fell upon them I saw that they held 1e81011'. J. M. PARR, R. E. L. BUNCH,
the sides of a great sack I. V. P. & G. M., Gen. Pass. Agt.

., Sulphate. "They marched away toward the PORTSMOUTH VA-

Wa mall /.**, on nqnnt, our book river.. As I watched them,, dreading I *c iiciti !iP' ----=
lobacco Culture." knew not what. the old woman with ? r-

OZRYAIf ZALI her: hair disheveled..rushedout of the Dixie Flyer Route . .
n NM.w lIu_ . N... '-'it' .
garden* and wringing her band point.
ed after them. trains with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULED BUFFET
Double dally CARS,
. Tri-Weekly Sailings . .
.
'What baa happened I shrieked. -Through without change.-

Free and "She threw Into my hands a. little JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 'TO NASHVILLE,' AND ST. LOUIS.

Accented 9b Masons.Itldian' note. I tore It open and read these BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. -Clo e connection made In Union Depots; for-

I words: Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati-Memphis and all point West and Northwest

."AdUul' The' eaHph lee dlmrcnd all. I.. Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) -- Be sure that your ticket read/'via -
IWo wito. The fau of ma unfaithful wlto In the WESTERN; ATLANTIC RAILROAD, and NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA
No. 90 land U,to%' Mw4 mp'la a bag. of Urn and cut The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service A BT., LOUIS,.RAILWAY.)
Into the rlnr.. Adieu ._... NAIU.
Blverf ( TitusvllleLodge. For Information'relative to rates; schedules etc.,write to...
"With
a shriek. rushed after the retreating The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. T. M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agt Jacksonville

rVFlorida.. ala".. aDd+ woke.'! Direct berrlce Between C. E. HARMAN, Gen.'Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager
"Eh"! Hid Dick. ."A woke?' .
Nashville
Ga. Tenn.
Hold* tuinnMting the second and fourth FrlT Atlanta
r of. each month, at the taM Armory, TltiutOa ""tea." said Tom. "That was when I Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
,a*T wo o'clock p. ift.. down ,
was with: bad fever three' "'years
; J.K* :Walker Benlor WidenHuter. ago and Sam ,had been showing me a (Calling at Charleston. s. .O., both ways)

Turkish BICMI SAILINGS
Utxnn Tr+amirer.W. pipe and my black 'hairedcousin tloutkbnand........................ .....-.wa&KLY.... . ......... .....:. .from Lewis Wharf Boston PLANT SYsTEiThe :
f A,'Morgan, Rflerotarf. < Belle had read me to sleep with Northbound............................ .. ......."..... from foot of Catherine street JackBonTllleClyde
,
i. A Hughes
Chaplain.J. the 'UowadJJ In :, "
It. OnrrathuM, ttanlor Deecnn.l. .. < Syria and out oftcresvjtniugit.mpiadventure ..
M. Woodward Junior Deacon I ID. Dama. ---- .
Jill. Koraven, KeD lor 8MwanUO cue' with, the beautiful maiden St. Johns River; Line.
II: Walton Junior Btaward.Kt was GreatThrough Car Line from Florida.-Connections: :
H. Mimi,')r., Tyler born. ._ (DeBary.X.ln" .)
-. Iml mLr BETWEEN' TA'KSONVILLE: AND SANFORD. To the East t'vta all rail. The Atlantic' Coast'' Line, via Charleston Richmond

Tablar's.Buckeye' Pile Ointment has Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St.Francis, Beraatord (DeL do Blue Spring and intermediate landing i Washington. The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbiaand
'
N>en thoroughly tested for *on U..S"Jobo'.KI."r5TE..MER Washington.. n.wa
tIN THE DREAMY E EAST many year., {
k and U a poslnlve cure for this most..dlatresulng "City'of Jacksonville." To the Wes'tThe Southern R'y via Jeaup, Atlanta and Chattanoogo. The L 4
, .1 {and embarrassing of troubles. CAPT. W. A. SHAW. Montgomery. The Southern R'y via Savannah Columbia
PriceSOota In bottles; tudes 75ol I). IS APPOINTED:! TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS and Asheville. The M ".0 R')' via Montgomery.
l Hr.>rc1 you ever hear of my orientaladueature7" R Wilson A Son.Peanaylvaal. Lear.Jacksonville p. in., Sunday*,Tuesday* and Thu.fa, ,.. *
Leave Sanford HUM a. m., Monday. N.dn..lInd Frtilavn.. To the East via Steamship Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York,
:, asked( Tom. "NoT Well Southbound Read down 8U IiXlJtJ LE. Northbound Road up. 'Philadelphia' and Boston via Savannah and Merchant *. Minert

) II'.. worth hearing. It was when I waiIn R....'.. Law. Lave e)3Opmt...........,.,.JaokIlODvile., ...............Arrive. as"'all&. Transportation Company for Baltl more.
Tree 8i5pm .............../.Palatka..... ............ Leave 8:001'1.: .
) Damnscus. I was buying a pipe of Any (If'non.lloblf' to road tax who 0am.i...,....._..... ... ... ...... .. 3:30 mil. To Key West and Havana, via Fort Tampa and Peninsular at: Occidental Steamship
flputal style when a great puffy bag 4:30 am........... ...Nt.AFrauia.' \ .....,........ I : I I shall transplant! to the side of the public ' ,", ..... .....Berestord (Del-and). s........... 12.ixlnn.6.00am. Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax,'Uawkesbury and Charlottestown.
1. ist black link which enveloped a lady higbway'on his premises. .... Blue ll:0
,; 'I Caused hear me and squatted down be- fruit shade trees or own forest trees any of Arrive 8 Utt aw ::::::::,::::::::... :f:::!.:::::::::::::.: :: tf 30 am.ant.

I Cora the shop of a young jewel, mer suitable size shall be allowed by the Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office,204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. w IOM vLMiJXT. rroTJixisrrs >*xj:
'hunt for the purpose of examining supervisor! of roads where roads run will be on Rate throughout the Northern Eastern, Western and Southern States to
through or-adjoin cultivated lade In A.C.IIAOKRTT Easfn Pa**. Agt.' F.IRONMONGER; ,JR., Jl'la..P..Ajtt..L all FLORIDA RESORTS via the Plant during the season of
) Its braceU'ts. 1118t.ata St.,New YoVk: i 204 West Bay St.,Jacksonville Fla.THO8. System, 1901.1002,111rs
abatement of his road tax. $1 for every D. HALEY: Local F"" ibt| Agent I O. 1!'.LOVkl-L.: A iwt. Fla. Supt.. Ited to return until May Slat, with liberal stop-over prlvlledges la Florida.
, i, "Only the eyes of the figure were tour trees set out but no row of elms foot Hogan 8t Jftrktonvllle. Fla. I Foot Hogan lit.. Jaoknonvllle(Fla. Addresses of parties in the north sent to the undersigned will be lIbe.aI1Ylop'
,Ylrb( > but they blacker And JOHN. L. liOWARD,8upttrlDteDdent. Foot Hogan 8t.jJlIOkROnvllle. Fla. with all Information and handsome matter.
Je. were more shall be placed nearer. than 70 feet no TIIKO. O. KUKK. General Manager. WM. P Agent. plied advertising
i jlMtuutlful than those of any hvrolno of row of maples or other forest trees IChewbrougli Building, IB State St.,Opposite Battery Park New York. For Information as to rates, sleeping car reservation, etc., call on or write to

.' I ' 'Arabian Nights' Eutertulnments' nearer than CO feet except locust i C. II. WALTON. Agent. Tltusvllle, Fla.
F. M.
: l land they lit on nio once, twice three which may be set 30 feet apart and no Jolly, Division Passenger Agont.
138 Went St. Astor Block Jacksonville Fla.
Bay ,
J I' /itlinca and sent a Boimutlon through my allowance 04 before mentioned shall

II'I I Heart to which it was hupplly as yet a be made unless such trees shall have Florida B. W. \Arrenn Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.
East Coast
I' trniiffor. been> set out the year previous' to the Ry. W. B. DENHAM General Superintendent, Savannah, Ga.
!' .k "lieblud the figure stood, n lefts cnro- demand for mien abatement of tax and

roily rolled person of an old female are living nnd well protected from animals
prvant. That It was a young benuty at the time of such demand. Any Time Table No. 85. In Effect Sept. 1, 1001.

I tbuo hid under the Blllcen balloon I hud rees transplanted to the side of the SOUTH BOUIfD Read
Down.) Real Up NORTH BOUND.
r BO doubt public highway as aforesaid In the
"The Jewel merchant won busy with place of trees which ban died shall Dallyex.Su 10.11 Daily iNul)4 Doily NO..U, STATIONS No.Dully 78 Daily No.HI Daily o.

I hue warpH.! No one but the old woman be allowed for In the sam manner and ex.bn_ I Southern
" 8ftW the beauty make a little sign with on the same conditions as In the PI'IcedlnA'IIectll.n !' : ;-;:::: Soot j; lu L..?.......1ook""nvlll.. ........ Ar Toop / :::::: PABLO! :!

i hr exquisite! hand but Nile did It. The Abatement of highway t-4 o4 : : : ......'.. 6U1ip 015p l tuba l lea. ".... ................So at.Jack Augustine+onv/11e..L862p.... .... .... a Sup ....,..
f tax shall be limited.to one-fourth of an- ...... I lip
seemed 'Walt. waited."What .
sign
toany. jj: : OPENDUE SEPTEMBEE ..... 700" ",.I"....'Eu t Palatka! !..!.... 4&1' ....
I waltetl for I hardly! knew. nual highway tax.You .. . 786p 13 8 ...... .. .... .... TONAWILL
It OPEN 74'1.I'l6lp: . Bunnelltf. .. 407(14tAip t.
:My repertory of Renlnro Is not large. I BEACH nail
Z .... 7"J" 1261>1' . ...... DupoutOrmoud.. .......... H07it ..,...
I: -- -- ------ --- -----
, nodded a 'Yen.: It suUlced. ___ . : 12 1? ........... ............ IIIiJJp blOe.., ... WILL way
-itl 11.- ... IIIJp 18.I 'I...... ....Davtona............. 1121' 549u..u !:
"As she went guarded by her ,
, I away A EEMAINOPEN 84 .Id attendant she repeated the motion 'sli'a WOJp ........New bmyrna ..... :Nip bOOs l8/lp/ '
"' x IlIIIJa .... :auup ........... OakHill........... to : Hup .. ioop THEMONTH !
''-nlt. It said again.: :S ..... ... . ... ... ... WILLREMAIN : I
TbillCOUghnilng ,,0.EEMAIN 800. so&p :: . ..... .Tltu.'I'1U. .. lABp 11161'
1 ."There was a coffeehouse clone at ..... MONTHOP .. ... U4U|) ....... .....Cocoa .. 1 1 9p .. ... .. MONTH !'; I
, band to the street like all the IG MONTH ...... ..,... !Nip 41 ......Rockledire Jnnctfon...... ".. 11111' ..,.. ..?.. MONTHOP: REMAIN ORKOND DIRECT L.IN8-QUICK: TIMS TO
open ..... ...... 4IHp ...........Eauttallie.Melbourne.. ...-...t., 14t1p: . .
. ..
WILLEEMAIN ..
I' thor shops. There 1 squatted oil u THEMONTH ,. .. . . t2l\p .. ......... ........... Ub.pllltia: ; ...... ...... ORKONDAND OlMMngton\ Baltimore. PMladtlpDU.
0 .. ..:.. lI UM1p .,......... Sebastian. ........... .
t
I cushion. and sipped and smoked. On .. ... ...... bear .. ............Bt. Lucia........... II 11ll..L ...: REMAINOPEN : ilea// York, Chicago. einclnnatl,
I "I saw a figure, pane, imuse. make a $ I...=l ;; ...... . ... O asp 9 .t........ Fort Plaroa......... II 11 Uoa ...... ....
sign to me. O WILL :s ....... ..,... 0i4p w .....,........Tlbbal............ .to. to( uA... .... ...... ; Louisville Atlanta. BII'1III'911,
1 1 ...... ** ... .... .. . ...... . .
.8..1' ... .Kd: . l0U.: ., '
n.
; fIIatrt1l1ooga m St.| tOil. 1 ... fltY.
pM ( .
.
,: '. "It was tho old woman, the servant: ...... ...... o sup ............J(n1"1*............. lU_: o . ... ..:... (OPEN: ,
j'" I W' c3 I .. ...... ...........:.Htuart! ..........., ......
I d .f Bay mysterious beauty. I flung -u have used all sq: 4tI .... ..... ti.Jp67p ..........Robe Hound.......... ...... OPSEPTEMBER. t: AND ALL POINTS BAST ,AND WEST.
coin to the story. teller and followed z + 1....... ...... 7 tap ..? .Woat Jupiter.......... ... SEPTEMBER. t: DAYUtifTol
I OOH ...... ...... ". ....W..tP..lm Beath...... to ....
!I her."She sorts of cough reme- ............. 81111' ...........tioynto..J, l0La........la .. DURING NO OTHER LINE APPOROS ABRVIOES LIKE THIS
went ou for a long while until I H 8UUl014P> .. Delray. .
began to think she would never speak Jq,: :::::: ::::: .*.....j'j.; Lau ;bi;'.::.:::: .:.: J .::::. :::::: THE NEW' YORK &; FLORIDA EXPRESS
dies but it does not a ..... ...... 11671' ** .............moo Olt,........... ....... : '
'to me but at last she paused under the ...... ..-.:.:....!2..11I/ Ar ...,.... ....MI..ml..I.. .. .. .. AND TH.E' U. 8. PAST: MAIL
shadow of the blank plaster walls of a yield it is too deep f.rlor Uar on .'rat..i OS ud 78.No ,
To th. But and ''North.'
house.In a quiet part of the city and .
11 No.l9Nand I 0.17 ;>i>.lR N0.1U sold o.
uddeuly letting down a long wisp o( seated. It 'wear Ulld Daily Dally MAYPOKT BRANCH. Daily I Daily Bun
hair took from It a letter a little may Only I Only ,.11 Sa I Only THE CIN7IN.MATI:: & FLORIDA LIMITED
gruy ........ ......... . Clop ::::::
P 1 u. yi Tr Lv.......... a'-kNouvilla J. .Ar Tiia Tji I .
p856p To
-
Brooked thing written on bright paper itself out in time but SOSpiQisa 8211p HUH .". .. ........Jaoknonvilla.. ............ .". 78a7UVa 6U7p iI'q, ...... tH \oY. t and North-"'!' .t..
i and drenched with perfume. $ 4Op lOSUa ttltto ,. ,.... Pablo Boacb............ SOfip 1160& ......
| 1111\000 ..............Atlantic Bnu h.. ........... tuna soup 114nanaua '..... The line through "The Land of the SkyAshcvllle; ,' Hot
'I a' little English know.. It begun it is more liable to 145p1086.JtUUp! l ews. Ar .. .. . .. ...Mavnort.. .. .. ..... L... II.... 1 Oro/ ...... Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Report 'Section In the
ftly mother she English. I watt for ... .:; ,.. ;' .6th
:; ; '
'' '' World.
to
Through Sleeping Cara from Jacksonville
you. Come,' PALATKA BRANCH Doll ,Dully I "II" -
la Daily Dittljr
'Where shall I go 7' I asked of the produce grippe, I rw-p..u..I.; ,| .1I1..u.2 L.' ... .PaUtka .....Ar d 0&\i \ 1allalll.\pT2I1p''j : ; :\ ::161' Asheville and Hot Springs North Carolina
eM l l ; \ .. '.tPalllt1<...J.v A loa< TOftail2i>,Ap lUOnl Slap, 7 .P '
woman. pneumonia or a seri- --- - eDolec of Routes to Paa-Jaerlcan Dnrr4lo. n. y.
xpoItloi. .
"She; beckoned. ,Again I followed. No.HlNo.4TSCp '. HAN: MATEO BBANOU. DalhLT "'1Da11y, .

"' .0 walked on. she going before I following ous throat affection. .; |" TiS: .. .... ... .. ................ :E..... .. .. .... Arj.rtuftk 8M i iNo. ip Through Vestibuled Trains Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Car,
until she paused before a white I Step 640a Ar.. ... .. :.... ..... .., .... . .. Han' M.tm>...,.................... .. .. Lv 15 4fta -:.ll.tt> Through Coaches.

plastered wall.-ln which was n narrow You need No. t o.U No IJ
door. Unlocking this, she motioned me something srssttlxp II ORANGE BBANOH.CITY .Dallyx.Uu Dally ExSn: SANFORD BRANCH. Ell iially: "" BXCBUUBfNT DINING CAR 'SB .VICB.

to enter and almost treading on tuy that will give ......:!Sew ..mrn.........AI'It hip 06a Lv.............Tltnsv 1 ..............Ar TJtpI Through Trains via The Southern Railway are Operated In Connection
heels In her haste. Instantly slipped In you rip ........Lake h"l..n..Lv. BDUp 71Sa ft* ............... Sums...............Lv lurpllftM with the Plant System from Jacksonville.
4Sflp ..........Oranlr"lttT....... / 614P6U6p 81\11a" ........ .....Oateen.............. 116"""
after me and rclocked It. strength and build 461'!.... ......Or nK.CltjJo.... .. 866nRHUnAn" ............nterprtiM......,.,...... M Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.H. .
"1 found mysolf In \ho most beautiful .............h*..nfoif1.. .. . ....... llOUnTheaaTlmeTahlwi
garden Imagination can depict lieyoiul the F. CARY, Florida P......., AfeB.lo Wall Bar MI.. SA91t.OIlVILL..I'LA.
up body. .show the time* at which tralne may be exneotait to arrive and depart .
It wall a rose arUor. Obeying the front the iwveral Mtloit. but their arrival or' departure at the tluvM tate old 1 woman's motions, I entered thedoor nor doe the Company hold ttnolf renpoo>lble for any delay or tiny oounequenowe art. WASOtNtsTOND.C. ATLANTA.UA.

of this. fragrant retreat. I tag therefrom. July I. 1901.
"On the Instant two beautiful' arms SCOTT'SEMULSION PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL

.. were cast about l my neck and a voice STEAMSHIP\ 'CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. -
like.that of the nightingale softly r I II -

breathed these words: I BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

'Ob. how long I have waited for Leave Miami Vomtav and Frldiiyn.. 10 OS! pm I.......Havana Waxl and 8atnrday.10 00 am Special Low Rates
;you. Joy of my soul:' I I Arrive Key West Tnee.and UatHitlaya, lUOpni Arrive Key West \>'ata and Fata. . 81M..pm
t "1 t was tu<* girl whom I bad seen at will do this when everythingelse Leave Ki-r We. r Tnwt.. .anil t
.
; 6IUam Arrive MIami FrlWiy"and Monday 100..11.For
Havanav.a
'the bnznur. I knew her eyes hud her : fails. There is no doubt aud1to.waye T0 New YORK and all Eastern Points.
oop.r o: l cil time card address any Agent.J.
hands at once and I knew that I had I about it. It n. KAHNF.H. A.mt. G.... Pa.... Ag nt. ST AUGUSTINE FLA
I loved
met lilY fate her on the Instant\ nourlshes'l
ma well as she seemed to love' me." strengthens Tickets now on lale'vla ,

'Ilother!" said IHck. makes the body strong and I THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

"I can't make you 1111'r not to throw
r healthy only
,
delicious emotion," mild .lllblna.1 Lines
Torn
l 1
"There we Hat together talking like off this hard cough, but to I Patented In the United" States, Great Britain and Canada, Mallory

lovers who had been parted for years. i fortify the system against

She bllppetl a ring mum my finger. I further attacks. If you are I PRICE, 1.00 and *$.00 EACH. Should: be used by every Boat Builder In the U. S. . .AT .

t' nave her one from mine. I vowed to i down or emaciated i In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United' States.
bear her awuy to the land where lover run you LOWER RATES': T"'VN ANY all meals
should take this 1 For Sale by and bertha. By OT1IKI6 LINE, Including
t were not the slaves they were there i certainly Departures from Jacksonville' every Thursday..
I and she promised to meet me at the i nourishing food medicine. I II Jas. Pritchard & Son For' rateR, descriptive' and illustrated matter, schedules, reservation., ticket,

t llttlo garden: gate. at midi.;ht" I and If.... U druRlltts. TITUSVILLE, . .. .. .. .. FLORIDA. eto., apply to
>
4oc. X i
"
(Joint It fast sold DtcU. i SCOTT & BOWNE, ClMmtou, N.w York.' ''' A. W. FTC Agent tIOW.Bar8t..T8CUourill.
I "Suddenly, U4 ye .aut lLere,( the old ..._ .1tI-__ SEE TUB TESTIMONIALS. ':> FROM PROMINENT. BOAT BUILDERS. 0. H.MALLOny&vu.OenerslAgent.,166,9nrUogSUp. G..88IIBroad-rN.Y.I .






tf I



!"I\.,' ,
J I : .r
: .1 '.i! ,'

r- -i-----



I., ....'"..... ..,. ." ".....'..... , :.:: ;: :,:::. ,' . . . . .,,,' ,' ... . "" ..... ."If'WJ. ., "i/&Ii'" ... .". . ,. .. ." ._ .. ... ...,.... "...... .. ,.. .. .. . ... .. .. ."..... \ .

"

I

1 I


d
'

p 1
k



EAST COAST ADVOCATE DECEMBER' 20, 1901. 7TITUSYILLE.
-
----

THE HOME GOLD CURE. EAU OALMK.< ,
TOO[E Wd.lElf. ij WJ 00 -


INDIAN: : ON-RIVER TUE-INDIAN:-RIVE R. :SO'IEL.:: : : ooo @//F [BMDIrnJ) [ )[)) An.1n of.rnlou.ThcuiMtlvot.ar. Holng Tr...Cord tn:No>.nt Noalou.lo.e.Dally by which In Spit I>rnnfcrd Indian River Inn, House EAU Overlooks GALUE the Indian"'1..1.River

--- --
TITUSVILLE, No Weakening o( the N"rv... A IMmiitnt, Near the Duck Grounds of Banana River, and the picturesque upper St.
I had nil Mol from Ceylon. They
r .ltlv. Cure for the Liquor Habit. Johns, noted for Black lliuta, eio. Open all the year. Rates *j, FLORIDA. said It was rttuldhn. One day a follow It Is now generally known and understood day. Special rates by the week and month. Table will be supplied with
come along who looked slcki -In fact that drunkenness Is a disease and Flak at all times Ousters and Game In season.

be hadn't a bit of flesh I on bin bones not weakness. A body tilled with poison, 1'. A. McMILLAX, Proprietor.

J. G. BAST Proprietor. "1'11fill' from well" says he neTV'oll and nerves completely shattered by perIodical --- -
I IJ'. "But you needn't IH frightenedof or constant use of Intoxicating,:
liquors, require nn anti Me cnpubln of :EAU OALL1K FLA.
b Infection! or anything like that. Fact neutralizing and eradicating this poison, Hotel Granada

..r.DUCK SUOOTIXO I In, I've been poisoned--poisoned near aplRI'e and destroying the craving for Intoxl- Oiiiullanlliver.The .
(','etot! lu'c"t Ceylon near PaUtnpanc. cants. Sufferers may now cure themselves -
g M 1 I I"' tilt-Kim five years ago las! at home without publicity or loss Hotel Granada Is 1 located nt Kan' Gillie: Fla., inanities south of Jal'k***-
.. J: and FISHING mouth." ho rtent on In a dreary sort of of time from business by this wonderful vllle on tilt wottt shore of the Indian\ River, unexcelled boating\ hunting sad
-, _ -- '':: ..... degree "HOME GOLD CUKE which has been fl blllit. Matchless climate Launch for the use of guests. A llrst-class ho_
--=- -" -- .. -- ;;; wny. "nnd I miripo' I was In some like hotel. Rates 'J.50: \ to $3: OIlI'C'r d.
close ivt Special rates month
-. .; perfected after many years of study by or seaman.
= Rates
:; '_ :;. -= <: :; : $2.60 per day. to blame at first and treatmentof inebriates The faithful Open all the year. Address OI.EASON HUOS., Eau Oallio, Fla

"You see, there was so little for n use ttcuoullng, to directions of this wonderful - .. .......
$10 and $12 per week. man to do about my district, and not u discovery is positively (guaranteedto -

soul to speak to except natives, and! cure the most obstinate case, no matter EUIN.
one naturally !got wild for a bit of excitement how hard drinker. Our record
JACKSONVILLE.' Still. I think I must have show the marvelous transformation ot!
had some drink In 1110 lit the time or 1 thuusandsotdrunkardstntosoborindustrious The Netherby EDEX, On-Indlan-Rlver, FLA.
shouldn't have cone messing round n nnd upright men. ,
1 the looked WIVES CURE YOUR HUSRANi)311 1 Ono of the loveliest locations on the river. All modern Improvements.
temple suppose .priests Children cure your fathers! This reme- Hot and cold baths. Sulphur Excellent
D UV AL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE iSprli.K. thinking water.
FLA. further ahead and thought tliey could
dy Is iu no sense a nostrum but Is a "I'e- Plenty of fruit and loo. Flub, Oysters and fresh vegetables,: In abund
get more out of me dead than alive. Su cilia for this disease only, and Is so skill ance. Northern cook hilt, House handsomely furnished with all tho
they poisoned me." fully devised and prepared that It Is oomfoits of a home Hosts Trains stop at Ruxlon Station on the
"Out. pardon me, wasn't It rather n thoroughly noliuUile and pleasant to the plantation. Pineapple du trlct. Mrs. 61. A. CURTIS, Manager.
Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and renovated mad thing of you to ent anything In taste so that it cnn bo given In a cup ol . .
---- -
such tea or coffee without the knowledge of -
1'1111"
Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . n
"1 neither ate nor drank. I was not the poison taking It. Thousands of VEST IAI.1IU'CII., .
Rates drunkaids have cured themselves with
$2.50 per day and -
up. so insane as that. '
this priceless remedy, and as many more
'One of them prove nie a push with n have been cured and made
B. W. SPERRY temperate men THE PALMS.
Proprietor. cane he had In his hand, and I felt n by having the cure administered by lov WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.A .
tiny prick and! the thing was done.: lug tends i and relatives without their
"It was not till a week after that 'I knowledge In coffee or tea, and believe first-class, homelike hotel, located on beautiful. Lake Worth, opposite
WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE began to,get seedy. Hut the worst of today that they discontinued drinking of Royal Pouclnnn. Near railroad station RIIIII places of Interest. Special:! featurns,
FLA. It was no one could make out exactly their own free will. DO NOT WAIT. Comfort, Courteous attention, superior 111111".1. service, reasonable rales.
misleading House thoroughly! renovated. Under New ]Management
what the with neithernative Do not bo deluded by apparent and Experienced wMi
wna matter me-
American and-European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- 'Improvement.' Drive out the waitresses will have charge' of tho dining room flood Fishing Hunting cud
quark nor white do'tor-and for am at once and for all time. The lUmtlnn. Rates $:-J to $::1 per cluy. Special by the week. For further Information
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water three .W how yours I hadn't n ghost ofa "1I0 1l' GOLD t'UKKV is sold at the address: The 1'111118Veltt Palm leach Flu... J, C. Htowers, I'rop.

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All notion myself either I Just wasted extremely low price of One Dollar, thus ..-- .- --.-- -- --- -- - . --- .. . . -
down. placing,: within I reach of every bodyvii treatment -
street cars pass the door Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. "It was Just three yenrs after that affair more effectual than others, costing TA9IONT12 HIMtlNOS.
.. J
Mrs. A, J. WALKER, Proprietor.The In tho temple that I got the Orst $2\: to '."I(). Full! directions aCompanyelleh -- -- ._---- -- 1

Inkling of what was the matter with package r-peclal advice by skilled ALTAMOXTK SPRINGS Orange Co. Fl.v. .
t
physicians when requested without extra The ALTAMONTE
me, nnd then only Indirectly from )
charge. Sent prepaid to any part of the Open January 1st.JJIU .
whtsprrln! ,: the coolies Hut n
findle ]Q East Forsyth Street. among world on receipt of 1 1. Address Dept.
bud llx I will clutch HOlllltifullylom\ted among the tall pines and\ bearing On
flan !1'1 us a us was ; orange groves. high
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. C 7010m: W J N R (IJ US & CO., 2330.32Market : ; !
at fug hope nod. so I got n pnlluH1ulurlltltC'd Ht., l'hlladelphhAll correspondence ,i ridge overlooking two beautiful spring fed lakes. First-class accommodations
nnd had myself carried away conlldentl.il.. for 160 guests/ at rates that will please you. steam heat, open Ores; modem
European plan. Dining Cafe; new and liret-class in all appointments. through the woods to the gloomy little strictly lighting plant, electric bolls. Kxcellent; cuisine, white help. Finest black b'I MJB.
Hulling, boating and bunting; beautiful walks and drives; bowling, billiard,
Center of city. Near all car lines. Open for rooms November 15th; temple. tennis, clock /golf, golf etc.-all free to guentn. Our water supply Is from lira
"The priests were fulsomely civil. DESTROYERS. famous Altnmoute Spring, on hotel grounds (tIle equal of Poland water
Cafe, November 10th. Rooms, one person one day, $1 and up; by the ROAD ). An
They remembered my honored visit --- Ideal winter home for health or pleasure Mend; for booklet.
week, $3.50 and Op. time back; were prostrated with the Narrow' Tirm Mont l).-. root IT* ofInOn..n. U EO. E. HATES, Owner and Proprietor."The .
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor.ST. honor I did them In apologizing, but ..... Grand," Mount Vernon, N. It., In summer.

flatly denied that they had any band Iu "The amount of money' that Is being; !L"

AUGUSTINE. doing evil to my celestial person. expended In the liulldliig of Improved LIVE: OAK.

"So I went wearily back again and In roads most certainly calls for special .---- .. '- '- -- -
a week had n mysterious communication legislation for their preservation." nays

FLORIDA HOUSE ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. lauded' me-bow. I know not- C. A. Spi-Htl road engineer! ror Mecklenburg Hotel Oakes I The Old City By-the-Sea. couched In very grammatical English. county. N. O. "The greatest i
I "It Htnted) uliiiply that for my Insult destroyer of roads. stone or earth Is
Under now management. Outers especially to the commercial traveler
This well known hotel will remain open the Entire Year. St. Augustine Is ItIN
delightful Summer:! Resort. It has attractions and points of Interest thatno to them the god. through their servant the narrow tired wagon with Its axles the most liberally conducted hotel of Its price In thll$tat 'I'hlhotel has
other resort possesses. Beautiful Roads and Beach for Driving and BI- priests bad chosen to punish me. Already of even length. The average width of been thoroughly renovated, refuinUhud and, pulnted. Everything new cud
cycling. Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all I had tasted of their power In tire Is not over 1J4 Inches which after Ilrat-class. J. nU :'H LI. MOORE/ :, Proprietor

modern Improvements that can contribute to the comfort of guests. Liberally that I bad wasted from a heavy, strongman few months' use In rounded off to nn __J
conducted. Capacity 250. Summer Hates: $2 to $2.50 per day, $8 to to a puny skeleton I could save Inch or lens. All that the wagon will NIUV YOU ",
$12 per week. For further particulars address myself by delivering my own ransom bear Is usually put on It If on an Improved

F. HAYDEN, Manager. on the threshold of the temple. road, so we have four. wedges

"Years back, no I read, a wandering a little blunt. It Is I true, working awayto 'lI'hA .'and IBth street,
IrlNlininii hud visited! the shrine mid luoHeu up or grind the bond! of the Hotel Kensington
...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA...
ALGONQUIN HOTEL had purloined n bronze statue of Itud- rondo which done, deeper they go. working Now York "

ST AUGUSTINE, . FLORIDA. dim possessed of Infinite sanctity. lie ", out larger stones andthe persist
hud departed leaving': small trace and sure with which each wagon follows In Select Family and Transient Hotel. European Plan. t
Sea View. Open for rooms only. The rooms are large and airy with
had taken with him I the Buddha to the the track of the one preceding Is sick Restaurant the Standard of Excellence )
comfortable beds. Rates moderate; place whence he hud come. eulng to the eye of the rood supervisor.
GEOKGE C. HOWE
MRS A. S. PELL, Proprietress. "The letter went on to give a minute "In constructing a road across a Proprietor.
description of the lost treasure and Its marsh Home three years ago our wagons Late of the Buckingham, St. Augustine and other Floilda hotels p
-- -
1VA.L.ATKA.' probable whereabouts and wound up with four Inch tires were going .- .
by assuring: me that It. and It alone over nicely with a load of Icy yards of t
contained, the sole antidote which : earth. A light surrey came along cut THE HAMILTON 45th: Street: bet. Broadway and Sixth Avonue, '

The Graham Hotel would cure me. How the healing drug I through and bud to be helped out. NEW YORK
PALATKA, FLA. was to he l administered the writer forbore "The cost of repair to streets and

to tell hut that would be shown roads In A few years could be cut down A Modern Fireproof Apartment hotel Central and Desirably -
Nearateamboat landing and opposite the office of the Ocklawaha River when the Image was replaced in its from CO to 73: per cent.
Steamers. Rates, $2 60 to $3.00 per day. Special low rates weekly or shrlno. Located. With every Comfort and Convenience.
monthly. LEE 4s NYE Proprietors. I
,
"Convincing,: as this letter was I believe A.J. SoplI wanted to attend.a party but Furnished and Unfurnished., ,
-- I should have disregarded the advice was afraid to do so on account of pains ''
DAYTONA. but for oue thing. AccompanyingIt In his stomach, which be feared would GEORGE W- MORTON.Official .

were notes for ten thousand rupees. grow worse lie says, "I was telling my .. --- - -. -- -- -
A Cingalese native may lie, but he will troubles to a lady friend, who said

HOTEL DESPLAND DAYTONA, FLA. never outlay his money without seeing Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di Supply House of The. Illinois Fllbermen'*'Allloclation.
clearly a very good return for It. arrhoea Remedy will put you In conditionfor
"And I set with, old death always the party.' I bought a bottle and
New and up-to-date hotel with all modern conveniences and appliancesfor ao out. take pleasure In stating that two doses The Chicago Net and Twine Co.
to In the ,
spurring me hurry
have
cured me and enabled me to a good
comfort and safety of guests. Rooms eu suite with private bath. search and after three weary month I time at the party. Mr. Snail: 1 a residentof -

Heated by hot water system. Lighted by gas and electricity. Rates, have found the Buddha In your house. Summer Hill, N. Y. This remedy Is
It remains to see If you will surrender for isle by all druggist and medicine
3.00 per day and upward. ,
It to me.- dealers.
Manufactarersef'J
._.
LEON DESPLAND Proprietor; formerly of the Palmetto. That wa the fellow yarn. Of .-

course I took him to be mad at first f Maklast Culverts.In .

SEABREEZE. but ns he went on. In spite of myself 1 excavating for culvert the upper i i ''J'JI 'Jr
could not help believing In It. I took end or Intake should be kept a* high

him Into the hall and he spotted the a* possible In order to retain all the .

beastly green thing on its perch In a fall obtainable. The lower end should
Hotel Colonnades.. Clarendon Inn.: mliiutevThat' not be lower than the ditch Into which '.

my fate," says hej "and look It empties and the outfall of the dltcl + FISHING NETS and Netting: of Every Deicrlptlon. S
On-The-Rlver.. OnTheOcean.Rates inside It there ought to be a small should*' such an will thoroughly dralt 9
you. the cutvert. Dealer In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord Rope, Etc. r5;
; |3.BO per day and up, $17.60 to Rates, $ .50 per day.to $3. 11.00 to packet of purple powder done up" In a all storm. water delivered by Originators Wholesale Price direct to the Fishermen.
crap of anokeskln. May I look? 79-81-8:1: E. Indiana. St. Chicago, Ill.
$33 per week and up. $17.50 per week. "Go ahead. say I; and reaching up ...Mention The ADVOCATM In your letter...
Cuisine unsurpassed in any hotel In EKctrlo Lights, Furnace Heat, Up-to- his bony bands with a bit of a shudder Cures ltloo and Skin nlllealleN,

Florida. date house. he presses a knob and I'm blessed It Itching Humor, Eczema< We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's. Association.II' _

the little (11c>1'. stomach didn't awing
< ._
Etc.
Scrofula __
Steam Heat Electric Best of For those the Sea the Claren _u
Lights, desiring out on a Ifliige;( showing a tiny cup -- --- ---- - --

Service. don Inn has the finest location In Florida. board which held the speckled snakeskin Send no money::simply';;; write and try YOU WANT A.
and the stuff' Just as be said. Botanic Itlond Dalm at our expense. We ..
Orchestra at both' houses after the 15th.of January. "And what are you asking for thin llstrlbiite free over 10,000 treatment In - ---- -.- -

Take train to Daytona then 'Bus across the river to the hotels. piece of bronze? You know wbat It's Hamilton eounty Ohio. The cures made
much by Wool Balm, spread so fast we were
-' worth to me. but I've not money Lot
POST fc. GILL, Managers., unable to lilt ord r.. It Is the aamti every .Building
left. I ask you. a* a man, not to be too .. ,
where. A trial of lilood helm Is our beat
bard with the !
IJrleor'"Oh
write fora
reference so don't hesitate to.
confound your! says I, a bit con '
ItOCKLEDGE. free sample.1If or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY;
fusedly. 1 may be fond of driving a you tlulferfrom ulcers, eczema,scrofula .
stiff bargain over horsehair sometimes, blood poison, eating sores, LAND vOle AN ORANGE GROVE, '
but I'm not altogether a brute. Take Itching skin, pimple., bolts{ bone pains, .
.UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT... catarrh PI APPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK OARDEJT,
the! Dilly thing wltb you and welcome. swellings, rheumatism or any
Well the fellow went away and fora blood or skin disease, we advise you to
II. n.). Ea- We have for sale Just what are seeking.
take liotaolo Blood BRIm ((0. probably you
long time I beard no more of, him
Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDGE, FLA. and Mabel said I'd been swindled a pecially recommended for old, obstinate, is' .
by
Iwep-snated cases of malignant/ blood or Settlers are flocking In but still there I room. If you see
clever rogue and I began to think a* skin disease, because. Uotanlo Blood Balm
much my.eif.-althougb I didn't say so. ((0.8 It.) kills the poison In the blood, looking this way, drop a line to
And by Jove, long letter full of 'heals
then a cores where all else falls, every
The coming winter this hotel will be under the management of A. L. thanks came to say that he'd delivered sore, make the blood pure and -rich, JASi E. INGRAHAM 3rdVlc.Pr*.Ident.

Marsh, who hoe,been connected with the Florida East Coast Hotel Company up bra prize, and the priest stood to gives the skin the perfect ", of purifier
their promise and be was getting well Lid n. B., the moot blood FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
for 14 years Hotel will open on the 4th of January next. rapidly. made. Thoroughly tested for 30 years. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
COIIta.1 Ipe r large bottle at. drug stores.
.
And after that we didn't bear any.thing .
- -. -- To introduce It, Blood IJalro ....--
more till about a couple of sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta :K I\
COCOA. :
month ago when some lawyer out Oa. Describe trouble and free medIcal JOB FRZNTS2TG
there wrote to say that the poor fellow ad vice also gl ven. ygd'"Thi.lsanhoo-I ;

THOMAS COTTAGE COCOA, FLORIDA. had goo dead from snake bite and left est offer-medicine sent at once, prepaid. ,

me aU his property I OF ALL KINDS
Centrally located. Large, airy rooms. Bath eonrenlent.- Please write us whenever you fall to

Rate.: $1.50 per day; special term by week or 'month. Lin' The ADVOCATE: doe Job printing. receive the ADYOCAT*. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.


I .






k
aY yaY.Y-



i

I


{



8 EAST COAST ADVOCATE DECEMBER 20, 1901. ,

- -
-
-

FLORIDA Visitors who can- CHRISTMAS IN TITUSVILLE. Robbins & Graham Go. E. L. BR.L:c &;, ::seO...,

not call at our stores should write for a IN-

catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs.: The Baptist BAPTIST church CnUIICIf., Titusville will (Incorporated.) GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS

l1 r (l; J9 have a fine Christmas tree on Christmas PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.: We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FEK1 i'1 n i 1

evening at 7:30: o'clock. Everybody Is Tills company owns We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all|| LlLggy:,? ,

113 W. Forsyth 8t., Jacksonville; also at invited to be present era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at your Hint>",, fl811111.
2L: A3ST:: 3D: S E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE. F\.
St. Augustine, Palm Roach and Na....u. IMtKSUYTICIlIAN" CHURCH. .
Our Sunday Deo.:22nd: Sunday School On the St. --
In the Indian River Country;
will be held at 0:13: 1&. m.1) preaching/
...THE ANHEUSER BUSCH. 7:13.p." m. Subject, "A Christmas Message Lucie River; at New River and on Bay S. W. CARROLL

suit the times. ,
Prices to
If you have ECZEMA, PIMPLES CATARRH On Tuesday evening, at 7 o'clock there BIscayne. -Dealer In--
g Brewing Asso's.i DIPHTHERIA bore Throator will be a Christmas tree for the children Send for Land List.
i BLOOD and everybod/ls invited to be present. Fla. GROCERIES ,GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND t
any or SKIN dlsewe, HAN Offices at Titusville and Miami VEGETABLES
Famous St.Louis Ksf and Bot COCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR I. MKTHODI8T"" CHUKCIt. ,
a Tour
guar. Crockery Glass and Tinware. Patronage (solicited. I
tled Deer. anteed cure. The Methodist Christmas tree will be QKO. M. BOBBINS, F..A. MORGAN TITUSVILLE, FLO1UDA. '.

Bold by Messrs.F.A.Loslsy and For Sale by W.J. CRAYFORD. held Chilstmas Eve, Deo. 24, with the President. Actuary.
R.L. MotlowTltu rIIl ,rU. following program : Opening song Brevard Abstract ort Title Co. -- -- -- -
Prayer by Pastor. Song Welcome, iCE
By Mr. R. L. Motlow,Coooa,"Ia. Children Pecltation, Herbert VanlandInghara. INDIAN RIVER FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
HUNTING AND FISHING ONCanaveral WILL FUBNI8HAbstracts
Song, Christmas Carol Choir.
JOSEPH ZAPF THE EAST COAST. Reading, Mrs. A. Brady. Song Merry of TitleFOR FLA.
Bells, Children. Recitation, Mrs. E. 1Rollins. Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attentliT!

Sole Agent. Song: ,Good-night,Choir Santa LANDS IN paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair deal!ng Is my motto.
Club members are now haying _
Clause and distribution of
presents. Brevard County.
T. T.
WETMOtlE Proprietor.
great sport and are bagging/ all the

010 to 020 West Bay Street ducks they need every day. Office under Law Office of ------ -------
THE EASTERN STAR.
I l JACKSONVILLE FLA. Mr. W., II. MoFarland. of Jacksonville OEO. M. ROBBINS J. K. WAI.KEB. C. It. SwAIN
recently went duck shooting at the beaduf TITUSVIL.LIC FLA.
Indian River, and when he returnedto There was a called meeting of Friendship -
Titusville be said he bad only bagged/ Lodge No. 11, KasternStar, at their Dry Goods Shoes
r ? NEAR & TAYLOR, 20 ducks lodge-room In Titusville, yesterday afternoon East Coast Meat MarketTITUSVJLLE for the purpose of electing officer .
Mr. L. C. and "
Branning Dr. Rollins
,
and paying annual dues. Furniture
Artesian WellCONTRACTORS went quail shooting/ Wednesday morning The following officers were elected at G. F. DUREN, Agent ,

*k and after bagging 18 they returnedto this meeting: Worthy Matron, Mrs ; Or.I:
11*" AAJ1! Titusville, as it was rather too cold '
Geo. M. Robbins. Worthy Patron Dr. Notions and
= r to out In the woods. : tiH Millinery
1 I t 1 stay B. K. Wilson. Associate Matron, Mrs pa- ,1, .
(g Dr. E. E. Rollins and Mr. L. C. Bran.alnll B. R. Wilson. Secretary, Mrs. R. C. ; sa.: RII
k Kan Gallie, Ha. went quail shooting one day last Soil mgeour. Treasurer, Mr. F, A. Mor- .: pa New Goods at close prices.

week, and returned with -17 quail, which gan. Conductress, Miss Kate Mewart -w I papa : YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. '
:was all they wanted,although they could AsMoctate-Conductres, Mrs. John A. : =- -
pave shot a hundred. This week they Hughes -- I r3'p John R. Walker & Co. *gj
I have been bringing in all they want. The other officers-Adah, Ruth, Esther V ,
tltriisTrees. Martha Marshal and 1<;lecta have "
TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Dr. E. E.: Rolling went deer limiting a k
been .
appointed.The
not
yet U2
few days ago and returned to Titusville 'amn
above will have
Chapter a public
with two floe bucks, which were out C
up
d
installation the the Freemasons "
same night as -
: and distributed lends In C
among town. .
I The Doctor's wife accompanied him on There l Friday be evening after next the Dec.Initial 27th. FLOKIDA.
I a quail shooting trip on Tuesday when at Ion. gill .a banquet Whaler's Jewelry Store.

1,000 boxes of Citrus Fruits-84 varieties they bagged :25 quail. We return thanks
. to those who kindly presented the editor v
marketed orchards
-will be from our = tx
I with quail on several occasions this win DADE COUNTY BONDS.The .
and nurseries this season. An excellent

. I chance for ter.The Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Etc
prospective
or.mgo growersto Rose Marie, with Messrs. W. Hope cane of Potter against the County ,
L, )f Ip I; teat fruit and select vailelies. Norton a banker and broker of S3 Wall Commissioners of Dado County, involvIng .

i '3 All prominent subtropical fruit treea.r street, New York, owner of the It igein' the validity of the 150,000 of Coun- SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing: of Fine Watches
r Roses and ornamentals stock. Locomotive Works, Paterson N. J.; A ty bonds Issued last April! for building a
.' |t L. Boeder, a mine owner, of >3t> Broad court house and good: roads In Dade and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 n.ontlis.23r"Mail .

: way. Nw York' and W. Eddinger, the County was argued/ before his Honor, Orders will\ receive prompt and careful attention
\ filen Sar Nurseries originator of "Little Lord Fontleroy," as Judge Minors. Jones, from Saturday to
reported In a former Issue of the ADVOOATB Wednesday last and resulted In a decis- FLORIDA.
TITUSVILLE. -
1 returned to Titusville on Friday I ion of the Circuit Court that the bond
rant, and left for home on !Saturday. Are valid The Injunction granted: In the
I G. L. Taber Prop. They luformed us that they had had a bnclnnlngof' the case was dissolved.

\ GLEN ST. MARY FLA. glorious time on their cruise and reg et- The plaintiff will appeal the case to
I ted they had to return to New York from the Supreme Court but as It Is a matterof !
-.M.. this balmy climate so soon, but business, public Interest, It Is exported that It Special Attention
j called them back. Among other things, will be advanced and speedily determined -

they shot one bear, a deer, an alligator/ in the upper court LIFE INSURANCE Rates are
: Orange Lemon several wild turkeys, and any amount of Mr. C.C. Ohlllmgworth( of West Palm OIVKN TO MAIL ORDERS, FOIt-
ducks and English snipe; and, as to fish, Beach, represented the plaintiff; and Mr WAS NEVER EASIER! lower than

I : they got tired of hauling them In at the Geo. M. Robbins, Titusville, and Judge TO CARRY for years, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware,
Haulover and Mosquito Lagoon. Heyser, of Miami, the County and are about as low as It is possible toIlet ,


MEETING OF MASONS. CHURCH NOTICES. Our them.bo iklets, sent on application, will Harness and Stoves.LIBOur .
"I Grapefruit give much Information about
, Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly.
In accordance with a special call from Life: : Xn.s-u.ran.oo.
Catholic Sunday. School will be held In
I Kumquats. Secretary Fred. A. Morgan, quite a number Titu. ville church next Sunday after- Contains tables of ages, rates, term, chard c& Son.
o of members of Indian River LodgeNo. noon at 3 o'clock. conditions, eto. Jas. 1'ri
i Fine, heavy, stock ; one and two-year 00, F. & A. M., were present at last Tile companies represented are solvent
i 1 old buds and grafts;on sour orange, lemon l'rldaY'loommunloatioo. when another Rev. A. M. Dealer has boon returned] reliable and liberal. PostofHce Box 212,
young man ot this section-took his Master \ to Titusville and Cocoa, and will preach
and trlfoliata stock. A full line of Mason degree. There was also otherbusiness at Cocoa next Sunday morning and eve U. JS. Soh-u.yJ.cr. Titusville: F orida.:

I docltlloiis fruit trees, ornamentals eto. before the Lodge, as well as the ning. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ,
I' bend for and annual election and of officers Invited. _
new catalogue price list, appointment Services in the Presbyterian Church Correspondence - - -- - -
I j giving full piirllciilnis selecting varieties which terminated as follows: next Sunday: Preaching at 7:13: : p.
J. R. Walker, Worshlprm Master; J. L. school ntU:45a. Christian JOHN. B. STETSON UNIVERSITY.
Sunday
and
planting, cultivating, eto. m.
{ Carruthers, Senior Warden, T. 11. Sander : Notice for Publication
\ jl Endeavor at :3'iO:: m.
p.
: Ocklawaha Junior Warden;J. M.1)1 xon, Treasurer
.
Nurseries. DeLand Florida .' .
, Ii "'. A. Morgan, Sucrmnry; J, A. Archdeacon U. F. Brown will hold
1 CIRCUIT COI1KT IS AND FOil HUEv -
i II I O. W.COVNER, Prop Hughes, Chaplain ; II. K. Wilson, Senior Divine service In St. Gabriels church on IN r I / Deacon S. G. Vanl.indinnham, Junior Sunday. next at 11 a. m Also in St. In Cbancer*.
; this
and limn ; ) ( will be added to
TANGERINE FLOIRDA.i Edward Building equipment cost more $2311,6611.( (( < $I6,0X( >
\ i Denouu; F. M. Taylor, Senior Steward; John's a r Iroh. E in (UI\1IIe. nt 7 p. m. Ua'ljh
i\I 1. R. E. Minis, jr., Junior Steward; I'. W. !Service in St. Htbriel's church at 10:30a. : William v. T. Avers) plant during tl.e coming year The University includes tie following,, deparlmentl:

Roberts, Tyler. m., Christmas; Day appearing by the Bill of Complaint exbib. Law, College. Academy Normal and Practice School, Mimic, Art Business.
It also decided to have tail and sled In said CHime, and the altlilavlt of of,
I I'I' was. a public the complainant that the detenoant t William TA..era Graduates of the Law Department are admltted-to l practice in the courts
installation on 5Jt. John's Day Filday.Deo. A TURPENTINE FARM CASE.At in a non-r..eldent. of the State of liorlda. +. Florida without examination.
27, 1001; to be, probably followeJby and residua, to wit: In laranoul. rkaD....
a banquet at the Indian River hotel, Now yon,the Mud William T. Avera, be and For catalogue address! the president -

i I where the Masons are at liboity to( Invite Chambers on 'Wednesday, Judge appear, Florida before,upon the JntlKe die of our Court in Tltname J. F. FORBES. .

II I their wives, families or lady friends. It Jones heard argument In the, case of OTIC DAY'Of JANUARY A. D. 1008./ -
II suggested that the members of our Sanchez against Dallam and others, In to answer said bill of complaint, or a decree
I Masonic Lodge and Eastern Star Chapter which a temporary injunction bad been pro ounf.aasowidbe entered against you and :
give a series of social entertainments Issued restraining the turpentine operations oibplalnant will be allowed to proceed ex-part WARREN FITCH.

I next year and make a feature of the, of Me"srs.. MoValr: & Wooten upon with It Is his further said oaue..ordered that this notice lie pub-
social side of Masonry, as "all work and the Segul Grant at Turnbull. The argument -, shed In the KA.r COAHT AIIVOI-ATK, a news -Dealer In-
I IP. no play, makes Jack a dull boy." i was upon a motion by Mr. 10'taper".consecutive published In week said county once a week for HIDES, FURS, ALLIGATOR SKINS, BEESWAX! TALLOW, ETC., ETCi

Woolen to dissolve the Injunction or for the Honorable Minor 8.Jones, judge Make me your Ihlpm nta. Prompt Attention.P. .
:1:3-u: ;
Death of Mr. Olbbens. the Increase of the Injunction bond. of ,and the seal of said court, at the
u 1 The court ordered the plaintiff.to give: Court House, In Tltuitvllle, this lath day of No- O. Box 304. - lucksonville, Florida.
emher.A.it. 1001.\
Mr. T. D. Gibbons, a well-known and Mr. Wooten an Indemnifying bond ofUOOO [80"I.J)) A. A. STEWART
.
) otherwise the Injunction wouldbe Clerk of the Circuit Court
prosperous Jacksonville merchant was dissolved. By O. A. Stewart, Deputy t'lurk.
discovered on Sunday morning deed In F. J. WERE, Solicitor for. Complainant., SEEI> S.
PLANT GOOD .CHEERIn his room at his residence on !Sixth street,
Springfield. The cause of his death Is Mr. Flugler Buys Some Islands In Canada. IY As an advertising medium, no
the hearts of your guests. Regale attributed to a too free use of chloro paper on the East Coast can beat the ONION--White and Red Bermuda.

your friends withWINES form. Up to the time of his death Mr. An ADVOCATE correspondent writes. us ADVOOATK. Give us a trial adv.,
AND LIQUORSfrom Glbbens was a perfect picture of health that Mr. E. M. Ashley, who I. known to and be convinced of the pink paper'

our stock and they will have ample but sometimes be suffered severe head many on the East Coast, has practically worth. GENUINE Imported Stock, Just Received. Finest! Strains .of Garden Spedlo
reasons to pleasantly remember their aches, which caused him to rosort to the bought Lake. Island Park and Miller's
visit. Inhalation of chloroform on a handker- Island at Wilson, Lake Ontario,Canada, TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The Florida Seed Rye and IK Day Oats. Georgia Bye. Texas Oats. Barley,
OurHOLIDAY GOODS chief. His physician had frequently advised for Mr. Henry M. Flagler.; Mr. Ashley
him to discontinue the habit, as It Is Mr. Flagler's; attorney and we are following are the times of arrival !nr'Send for Catalogue.L. .
have been selected with the greatestcare
was dangerous. the : and departure of passenger trains to and
very told that Mr. and Mrs. Flagler want
and we have a superb line to select
from Titusville CAMERON The
I from. above beautiful spot so that they can : Seed Store,
Dined With President Rue......". the there Mr. SnOTItnOCIID.'
spend part of summer 123 East
Bay.Street
Our prices cannot fall to please you. i, live Leave. Titusville for Miami. and at 3:HIS p.m. JACKSONVILLE, FLA
They make buying easy. Flagler; Is well aware that he cannot Intermediate points. !
Hampers packed for shipment to distant Senator and Mrs. Tallaferro of Jacksonville forever so he might; as well enjoy him soaraanuav.Leav.Tltusv111eforJaaksonvllle. -- -. - -
friends. took dinner with President and self as much as he can. We would do at 1M: p.m. .
The Oldest Established Grain and Semi In the !Stat
likewise If we had the means. May he and Intermediate points. House
Mrs. Roosevelt and A select party on Friday
ROBT. I.. MOTLOW, last. The President was especially 'live long and die happy. Tltnsvtlle for Sanford .- T:M a.mrrlves tpvt1e _.
TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLA. cordial to Senator Taliaferro. The dinner Tltusvlllb from -. 1 30 p.m YA t .

was an Informal affair, and greatly Cherokee Club Dance. Wm.: A. BOUrs & 00.

:EJ:. c: H-A-TTTEUNT, enjoyed by the guests present. Amongthe Florida
other guests present were Secretary members of the Cherokee Club Magazine,
9 Root, Senator Hoar, Senator and Mrs.Ilanaborough The GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
Artesian Well Contractor Senator Gamble Mrs. will give a final dance for this year,nt ,
the house Titusville, on Thursday
and Miss Roosevelt.The Opera
Hobson Miss Root
..Dealer In.. evening next, Deo. 2Gtb, when a full Flour Grits. Meal and Fertilizers
Aermotors, Tanks and Pumping ".. 'attendance of members and their friendsIs An Illustrated Literary Monthly. -
FrofreulTe Culture Cl..... .. ST
the Club
Old members of
requested. too m 112 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Machinery.
-- I are also Invited on this occasion.Senator '
DsLAND, FLORIDA. The Progressive Culture Club will discontinue I Agts. forPurlna Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. I.. R'y. and Plant Systes'

Its meetings untU the lint Mon- Quay and the I adl..... ONE DOLLAR A YEAR _rWHITE'8 -
.EL 1'lorida: MQ11s. day In January 19UJ: when a full meetIng -
Is desired and then work.of readingthe r f%<- x ww Jrur T->> -
'it Is said Senator Matthew S.
GREAT DISCOVERY.f betaken Because CREAM
will
Literature again
English T I
In ".!.. Csrlstle,Pros.mitlnc up. The club rooms will still remain Quay has a strain of Indian blOllo his Address t E !
presence selected :
f veins, he was recently by a partyof V ORMS I
Attorney of tl vlnal (tovr of r>.- open, and all members wishing V VERMIFUGE
I val County.., ria..and ':! ..."..tlle. .. 1._ books or magazines will be able to get Canadian Indians to present them to Q..tIJ"". .
.. .
the
letters of Testimonials te Cures of Oonsnraptlon. President Koosevelt. Even among
, r Catarrh. Aathma..Ie., from ome of Uwnuis thorn from the librarian. G. D, ACKERLT PUBLISHER. TC
t >prominent eltlMna uf the United 8...... KATE PmTCiiABn Seo'y. Indians. Senator Quay has numerousfriend ;| For 20 Years_Has Led aU Worm Rome|les. (

Ainnts, Imth sexee AddreM- ., .! |Mokc.i trlalrwu.fis Jacksonville, Florida >> a :SZ ALL : : _.
2A eento.
\UUXO.: JACKSONVILLE,fCA House for Sale.A PNpuoe4It.b.. JAI E3.1tTBASLARD, st. Louis.
Clothing Cleaned Dyed
-- ,
-If you want good results you will nine room house, nicely finished Draylng. - - ---
find the ADVOCATE an excellent adver and In good condition located near the Pressed and Repaired. Ladles'dressesa -- - - -

I, Using medium. oourt house, on the corner of Palm and specialty. Address, Draylng or hauling of all kinds promptly THE
,. Palmetto SU. Apply on premises or to SAM PERKINs attended to. Meets all trains. Stove: ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING. OFFICE
and 6th Street wood supplied.
Magnolia Avenue ,
mrReadln notice ads. oa this M. D. L> Donsox
::
five cents per line per week. pageare 3n Titusville Fla. P. O. Box 253. Sanford, Fla. ALFRED HADLCT Tltnsvllle. Prints all kinds of Commercial UiUonery, Wedding Stationery Cards, Bill, Etc.




C

((6
:
+
+

,

? a



"," '\\1\ "" ', ,"" . "'" '," I1 ' .... '_ '

" 'I -.(. '' '' -' '_ ' .. .' ''' , ,, , .'". ,:-,,",".,, .' .." .. -.."'" ,.. .., ,\"--:'W'r,,,,. ,.. " ",0, , , . ,', ". ,',. ", 'Co' ,. >",, '.' ''. .."-,-"- .,..,----- .. ",. .. .. ,. ....... r .,o.
<



::

.
,
.'



'. \'

. ... "I :
;
"

: -K n "J'

3ST: .

....
FaeFAyfoo1d



cs, ""'
'""

2e .

-
/
P.?'
;:7O ,
.. ,
-
(
"
\ '
I
<<
"TOnjg cut, K* tails, yeas forth, ** crystal sptjerts ; until pour sweet music tiff all! listening rnrs."-tvunam H Mrf Fi w'. ;a' g

D p10 ,
F3t


.
. s
,"
.h
,
.. ";;: -; ..' PRICE.
,Y, ,
-.;;... ISo.'f
,. ". ,...
.. .;',..' ,- ,VJ: 'f, .."..... -
7 .' ,, a.,t'
: ;. 31oe. moot of their two famous summer hotel' 'I

T (4 S when In New York State We wish him every ,

success to his new venture. ,\.

NEXT la consequence of the pressure upon
,rifle our space, we cannot Insert hotelurlY.l. 1
at a less rate than live cents per line per "
daugh-/: week

I week Mrs. Whltfleld, a former housekeeperof

e + the Indian River hotel I, Tltusvllle, and
n t.; ,V .te boll. Hotel Coqulna, Ormond, 'Is now occupying .,

y. lie a similar portion at the Hotel Colonnades ,
Seabreeze. I
,
4 VYia
1 00 In Manager JRH. I'.Vlnlng, of Hotel Grey- ';,

t her we lock, Wllllmniitown, Mass, Is now takinga
4 r t : I It.rbRnd. rest at Ortnouil. with his wife; and, i
( ) ,c meanwhile he in looking after his flue

S lent of orange grove at that place. ,

1 1k ;I lsor. In reply to northern subscribers, we
!; T "'etlill may state that Hotel Despland, Daytona; I
P and Hotel Colonnades and the Clarendon
I tut Ionftharge Inn, Seabreeie, are now open and enter.taming *

guests. See 7rh. page.

known Reader, take note of the hotels now
open and advertised on our 4th and '7th
Ra-
wa pages.{ Do not look around for other
tndlanOAST hotels, for the best hotels are generally

(. i advertised In the pink paper of Florida.

1 y ya ..1't The Graham hotel, Palatka, now fronts P..

r f :rlntlng order on Water street, opposite the postoffioeand
lane the ethos of the Ooklawalia River 44"
to steamboat office. The Graham has
fifty
/ J ..
; ' 1 : well equipped rooms, and many Improve
a it ''AnnieKlon menu for the season of MHXI. Lee fc Nyeare

now the proprietors.
"
Mn.m IVVI Jones.Judge Manager C. W. RIpley, of Hotel 8 1 pi- JI

can, Marlob, Mara, has arrived at De-
>me to Nand, with his help, and be will open
returnIlbaa"
the College Arms to-morrow (Saturday).
Mr. RIpley I a hotel manager of consul
erable experience, and the College Arms
I itourist.
> have baa an excellent reputation among the
ust byidltlon ..

At the Oasis house, Ocala, some very
V heavy elaborate preparations for the coming
golf season. have. been made. A profesilonal -
l feau
Instructor has been engnged for
::;. ''handl The the season-Mr. J. H. Pearson, ofCbloago ., '
-and the home club possesses many
sod In
excellent players. The course Is a very 4
In
ev-
,iage.Opera.- One one.

Mr. A. M. Taylor, manager of the Alcazar f
tr11v h Casino, Ht. Augustine, has arrived
COST from New York, where be became Interested t
in a valuable patent, out of which
.
; je'i'r he AnvooATR to him become
\ .r1"V) Ii .t t a; millionaire. hopes His charming see wife ao- d

r 2 companies him, and they are making
\ their headquarters' at Hotel Alcazar" for
/ \ bliilon the winter

(0,0M))
those Hotel Indian River, Rookledgv, under
fk l far- the; able mntiugoment of Mr. Arthur L. ,
I In Harsh, manager of the famous Hathaway ,
,m. liin' Anal lunch, N. J., I.l now open.
num.klinq The[ hotel has. been thoroughly renovated jj

from roof to baem.DC.t.n expense of 1

IC' ,(p several thousand dollars, and old time
guests[ will' see a big change In this house
upon their arrival. Road ad.on 7th page. E

IDVO-. The New Rocklodge hotel, Rockledge,
udder/ the popular management of Mr.
which very Hoiace R. Shares, son of the owner, Is
now open, aa will be seen by the ad. on
I arden Day. our 7th page.: This U a cony and well
known hostelry, lltted with all the latestmprovements
late I I.
ferriesThey Including steam heat, hot ,
or cold bathe, etc. There will' also be a

'a. A* Conk- list-class orchestra on band this winter.To .
January artb: tile rates will be 43.50
) his
or per day and upwards. Do not fall to stop

oil at Uooklwlge. on your way south. At
bat place you will see ome of the most r
In. beautiful orange groves In the State.

tforrlsyears' Mr. John Anderson, of the firm of An- ; I

I Ie I. lenun A 1'rloe, of Hotel Ormond baa
returned to Ormond for the winter. He

,leap. I. accompanied by his father. General 8. '
.1.'.Anderson, During the pant summer'' ,
W Via. Mr. Anderson and bU partner, Mr. J. D.
.. Price, have been managing the Mount J
'I..aant house one of the most famous
awes hotels In the White Mountains, where an r
A", \, .' immense tourist business! was done lost
urarner. Mr. Anderson stayed up la the
1 fhotoityles.- White Mountains until the Ice and snow"
drove him further south; and now he

__,_ ____ ____ n ,_ -."'__'. -._-._-,_. ,..r n.,_, u, t CO as. aDd Mr. Price are basking In 'Florida
pour effort In the newspaper line.'' Our ; Good department Is FttrnUlied: ; Cottage at Itockledge. I' 1- size I and fluisboM r In any style desireof.Florida sunshine In their beautiful orange groves
second to none. We want your business 700 McFarland Fruit Protection Co.tenta views for s"le. Work finishedfor at Ormond.
Yacht Skipper. because we need It. We guarantee satisfaction : furnished I all sizes, at 20 per cent off regular amateurs at trade prices.
A cottage, containing seven : There will bo a grand dance' Hotel
and pay all freight charges. price.; Immediate delivery| made by y, M. TAYLOR,
for rent. Cottage has four bedrooms Alcazar Ht. to-morrow night
rooms, Augustine
Dont send that order to Chicago until i well-known McFarland process of waterproofing Tltusvllle, Fla.AMONG'THEHOTELS. "
furnished dining room, sitting Saturday) and we acknowledge receipt
Northern man, experienced wants us. J. R. WALKER A Co. and ( ,
you try : mlldewprooflog; hoops,
room and kitchen. Is In fine condition. of the following Invitation from Manager
position on gentleman's; small yacht. 21 Tltusvllle\ fla. stake and lamp furnlahrd' with each of
Write fur Information to Joe. I Greaves} "The management
WALTBU SA.WW
J. J. WHITE, toot, all ready to erect. The only absolute hotel Alcazar the honor of the
SO North Camden, N. J.. TOOL requests
thatee.c. WALTON Is one of Rookledge, Fla. protection to an orange tree againsta presence of Mr. Walton Titusvilla
the best thtntrs for boaibnllders and freeze. No more to be bad at leprices. > Where to stop along the East Coast. at a dance to be given iu the hotel
Horse' Wanted.I yachtsmen{ price *4.00 and $8.00 each. Address, See list of hotels oo 7th page parlors on Saturday evening, December
.- For sale:at Ja. Prltobard it Sou's, Pineapple Plantation For Sale. WM, M.. BBOWJ,,TltusvllI*, Fla. The ADVOCATB I* cow on ale.11 8th, 1WU, al nine o'clock.". This U the ;

want a good, gentle horse, about Tltusvllle, Fla. the bust hotel In New Tork U,. commencement of the dames at this
1,100 or 1,200 pounds. State particulars Pineapple plantation fronting on InJ Desirable Property at Itockledge fashionable and popular winter resort, /
Where to In Tltnsvllle 8e.
and lowest crib. prlcn to For float dian River, containing 23 aures, V acres stop Tltusvllle and those who are lucky enough to re-
D. ST. CLAIR NISBBT! For Sale. hotel ad on our 7th PUe. Invitation assured u
under cultivation partly shedded. Good e.h. an may rest

V.. Indlanola, Fla. An eight room house In a desirable) 7-room house also packing house and Located Indian-River,one mile from The Breakers, Pain Deach I I. now open hey will spend a very enjoyable e>venng. !
tr location on Rldgewood Are.. Dayton all shipping facilities For particulars postol&o! and hotel Fifteen acres of for the season, with Mr. Lalund Sterrya We have attended there dances before t
1'1.' W. WILLU and know whereof we speak.
assistant we
Address apply manager.Mr. ,
stove Wood For Sale. land, nearly five hundred feet river frontage ...
L.. 31.Mr/RBAT, Box 132, Jensen, Fla. ; high rocky bank with heavy native P. B. Saorez: who was In flarstoga iy
-Leave your orders for wood at Carroll's 4t Daytona, Fla hammock growth. Twelve acre planted all the summer I* the chief cl.rk.t the 1Ublde Dairy Farm For Sale.

store, TUusvllle. A. P. GHPBKR. Yawl for Sale. laeltra trees, including numerous New Rookledge hotel,Book ledge. -
Foe
Sale. varieties of orange, grapefruit, tangerines Located at Cocoa and Rockledge. This r
The Hibiscus Palm Descb
I Sloop JIII1t. oo deck, 3l-6ft. on keel, lemon aDd limes, varying In age hotel ender . property Includes 60 f acres of land .a. e
and Hlce Barrels. the of Mr. A. 10:. Johnson
Empty
Sugar The Cabin. Launch Dawn, 33: feet long, Il-tift. beam; draught, 2-Cft. ; cabin, from old bearing tree to three-year-old will management about the Vth of house of eight room, furnished complete
for sale. Address.WAX.TBB- r 7 feet beam, draft 26 inches, drop sash 14ft.; bead-room, H:t. Two 0ft. berth' buds; guavas and banatMs, also la bear open on or ; 'dairy house, l IdxJO: feet, with
windows forward mahogany finished on each aide, good mattresses, pillows ing. Artesian well with water m lo. January. cement floor, with separator aqd chnra
A.. Moon*. throughout horse power Ateo Vapor bedding; stove, cooking utensil and<< and hydrants through the grore. Attractive Mr. Harry E. Bernie, manager of 'twoFlagler fixed to ran with power; 73 head ot Jersey j
.' 8 George$t, Charleston, S. C.t' I motor, speed nine mile per hoar. In perfect dl.bee; 4 persons; toilet. Two anchors, nine-room residence, two cottage*. hotel at Nsssaa, N. P., formerlyof mulch cows, III) head of heifers, one i
I. .-4* .*MMM order. Used one season on the East cable tenders good running: rigging packing-booses, tool house wharf ana Rockledge, has been engaged to conduct pan of mules, barns and stall for the 1
IIHdltch Steam Laundry. I Coast of Florida. Reason for selling new sail and patent steering gear 4 small boat-house. Property well cared the summer hotel at Bedford Springs, took, three wagons and one buggy. Also
'0"> \ : sudden death of owner. For price andfurther year cud; don't I.ak. Good reason for for and In good condition throughout.Satlafactnrv Pa., next year; Mr. Bemis) who' I.regarded aa orange grove of 200 tree, half of
BuVet: : will leave offl*. of Southern 'I' particulars apply toUotw.oar selling. Address, .. reason for selling. For a* an extremely man which are ,la bearing. For particulars, I
1.PnM!: C v. every,Tuesday morning. ROTREBI'I' G. V. Rooxns, price and further Information apply to ha been for the put tea yean aesoclatedwith address" AUTHOR. LAPUAM.

,R. W., JOTHKR, Sgt.I : Eau Game, Fla Box Jacksonville, Via. care ADVOCATE TUusvllie,.Fla. the Smiley Brother In the manage- Cocoa,Fla.I r


;'


I l(

I
fly''




Q, ..I,", ,...,r....,... ,, .U .. . r .. l

'



'
I '
'' '

." ". . , _. .._, , . I"t.. . .. \ _... .
.
.- ,.-... .. . -- '''' " "- .v. "" _. . ." ._. ...... .....,











8 .

I iJ cw r,U 1902.'L
Ittd1bUl} : 1ajrkaem .
(ttulstnu\1i 1001. . .
FLORIDA Visitors who .__ .....n.. .. , .- '. -
can J .'. ; while Rachel opened lier-eyea
Clarice'tried.
tC1 !' ; Indigtiaptly( wide in
not call at our stores should write for a "Oh how mean

catalogue of Sunny South :Souvenir. amiizuinent. Nurse Ben ly said The tears were trickling down
"Ye8 he' a hard cruel n an,


CMoa; Jr I How the Twins Saved Moneu I II be the her*"poorhouse!wrinkled bad,," bo face is added the and place, trying she for wiped to them speak them that.olleerfuUy.oil cant with pay"the But and corner.l It expect does oC her come It 1 is shawl;hard maybe when"IJe it wan folks M\i.


113 W. Forsyth tit., Jacksonville; also at have lived independent all their liven, like I have.

St. Augustine, Palm Beach and Naulu. "It's a turning shame. !" llacliel exclaimed, passionately "I only wish papa were
all right and lie would teach that old landlord a lesson! I wish
fix it
and he'd
A NEW YEAR'S STORY II I d ' PIlls I home I were, big enouuli to do something! myself." She paused suddenly, and her face fluhhed.l l"hn't
I I her mind: "There's that
...THE ANHEUSER 6USCH ,. By HKX.XN: : MORRIS there] something I can doj" flashed through money m
.. lilY bunk at home It's enough to pay a month' rent for this old .hell of a room.,

If youTARRU 1 should think; or At least enough to keep the landlord from doing anything untlilapa

Brewing Asso's.Famous ' ........,... v".... .....' ) comes home. Hut, oh, dear!" with sudden dismay "I don't want to give thai
\ "
or any E | : twin rushed noi.ily into the house, caught up their banks, and rushedout money Rachel away wu' very quiet after she had bidden! Nurse Bently good-by and was on the

St.Ixmls Keg and Boo COCICt9anteed nuiiin cloning Lint dour with a bang. home. Hut she wall thinking earne.tly. "Oh, I almost know I would be the one

tled Iloer. o Aunt Mary glimeed up from the book she was reading-a look of disapproval to way to Aunt Harriet's, and now, if 1 give my money to Nurse Bently Ill have to stay
011 her face he thought the twin were not na careful of their go let Clare But I can't let poor old nurse go to the poorhouse! If nliehudn't
and and
Bold by Mesnra. F.A. Loaley For at home go.
: which
money a s they should be, end she must discover some way by taken such good care of me. when I had the scarlet fever I should have died;
R. L. Motlow.THusrllle.FU.By after that night sue
they Wright' bo taught economy. Aoi'ordingly, supper the doctor said ao. Oh. dear!"
: Mr. R. It. Motlow,Coco*, Via. called the twin ti,> her. thoughtful all that evening, but when bedtime came she had made
1 HUNTCanav "I hove a plan to t propose> to you, girlii," she said. "But first-how much money Rachel was very

,JOSEPHZAPFT have you in the bunk, Kuchel " "p 'Ylftake tho money over to nurse bright and early tomorrow morning she

t "Not a cent" Rachel answered promptly. "I gave the last of it" to the monkey.. thought, pressing her lip together resolutely. "I don't care if I can't go to Aunthamlet's
"So: did I," chimed Clarice. "Oh Aunt Mary, he wan to cute! "

Sole Agent. Aunt :Mary frowned She' had given >them, each a quarter only a Jay or no ago. Hut she! did care very much.) Even Nurse Bently's great joy over tbe money did..
log creaidaoks "Well, that makes you even to start with," she said. "Now I will tell you miilnii. )!; soothe the ache in her heart. She did not tell dance what she had done;
610 to 620( West Bay Street tli all the from now until New Year, then not entirely
,, 1 wont you each to love money you can feel able to talk of it yet.
quite
r.Wrecently I will take the one who has sa\red\ the. most with me to upend New-Yesr's day at AuntJlaarlct she di.llut arrived,
The lust Jay
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .." "You bring bunks into the library, girls," aid Aunt.Mary. The twin.
your
of india, The twin clapped their hitnd. in delight. Aunt Harriet lived in the country and obeyed, rather may slowly, much to her surprise.! Rachel was feeling better now. She had

to Titus; they asked iso greater happir.ci than to visit her. had talk'with her father the day before and knew.that he approved of her action
'
I NEAR & TAYLOR 20 duck* "Oh, how lovclyl" lUchel exclaimed. "I'm not going to upend another cent, from towurd a Nurse Bently. Still there was a little lump in her throat as she put her bank
>,,, Ill bo the to Clarice, just lee if I'm not. You know
Mr. i now. until the happy day. one go, down on the table and walked toward.the window. She dreaded to hear Clare's cry
),,1.n..vt'r ran save money. of which would announce the fortunate one. Clarke also put her bank on the
Artesian WellCONTRACTORS wentqui "Oh, don't you bo too Mire of thai," Clarke replied.ou know the doctor has delight tool intently at the fire in the grate.

log, and forbidden me to eat any more candy, no I'm that much ahead of you. Oh, dear, 1 with stand then gazing A ant ,itittry..--.. opened

I = to Tltul New YeAr: were not first one bank, then

, i t 1 to stay cDr.K guile so far ofT!" the other; then she

? It did seem to the ....
..th..lnll 'o . v gave an exclamationof
Gillie Fit. '
Kan clog weeweek : that an expected I I:3: : ?y ; : -. t dinui.v. The

at holiday wa never v 4o' '' ". .7 ':',;. .::'. twins slowly looked
.. slow i I. e7''. ,1 .! '' :"
-- wa.a11Shave before so X-1-t. ,,1' : , :,"' as + around. Both bank.
mining. It wax + n rd .. >+ ;. t sf
IbO very "f/: > .' s .. lay open on the
have bee hard for them to pass 1 '; "" -'.., ,,' ; :r. CItrus the stand where, the .;.",,;" '. ?':;,; :. .',<<,,';.1 b was
roes Dr. Kj! "\ : .,"' .' not a cent in eitherof
fruit love" arranged ao ;: < .; \ < them. For
few t a moment -
'
with days tr temptingly; and the i. :;:. . not a word
(candy seem through t r ; .
and dlsti ; was said; the children
The Dot the tore window, r, Ij! tie'+ i> stared at each
had never lookedquite ill ,.i ? ) other ia
astonish-
a quail
m .
I, 1,000 boxea of Citrus Frulta-84 wart they bag M It delirious wa hard before. ,ry i f j e ment. Rachel was
to those a the first to speak.
tlea-will be marketed Irom our orobardi I with qua, ulna to pa*. the old .c S ," "Why, Clare Seds-..
and ourserle thus An excellent i blind man on I the corner
season. ten I. t wickV! hat. on

| and the old ,
,
chance for prospective orange groweri ., earth did you do wit hall
. The IllNorton pple and .
,' f. woman "
I 1l to test fruit and select "vailutle ft the crippled boy to i i r Yfi'A of your money?

1 All prominent subtropical fruit tree,. street, NLoooruut' whom they: had been $, l d i Nurse"I-I gave ]it to(
I 3'ales Bently, "o
''r II Rose and ornamental In Itock.i accniitomed to giving .,' t _i 1 she wouldn't have
A L. Roads some of their pen-

i i f : : if men"sti rj origlnatcreported" Net "I. declare I feel q 1Pr" i S"' r ., to go,,"with to Clarice the a poorhouse little replied -

Nurseries A
I OA-T8. re! just: too Clarice stingy ex-tolive:1' r \ R, Ya'' ,r which catch in showed her voice how

'! hat, am claimed, a few day,, \ )
G. L. her
Taber Prop. great
l They lulglorious' before New Yer. "I struggle
had been. But
i JLEN ST. MARY FLA. pawed the dearest a I ,. 7 IV where is yours?"
ted they little btollfAt'lid on
she demanded looking
.
this bale the atrect to-Uy. Shews
called th crying becaune blankly at tho
'sJi other bank.
: they Ihol8"eral she was *o cold and r
Orange Lemon n hungry and I didn't r Rachel gave a
I "I
ducks hysterical laugh
an give her a ingle pen
+ mine to nurse,
gave
they gotilaulovel ny. I've felt mean ; + ? r :
about it .ever aince.Oh ,/ l' too," she Mid. "Oh

illME I'm so glad it'li .,./ / I" / Clare!" Withoneim-
1 ... the t twin
i .0 near New Year. 'WU4'"t -r'e' t,, . ;1'.t pulse
... ,, .
''' < threw their arm
Grapefruit \"on' it be nice to
around each other
acctbeoretaur pend our own money
In again, Ray Obi It's the !Bablesl" : Exclaimed Relieved. half laughing, half

t Kumquats. Seem to me I'd lilt.which. . crying. ..
i ber of mt to spend It by the handful, jmt to make up for lost time," she added, laughingly. ""'h), what doe all this mean?" Mr. Sednwic-k !askeu, in amemanment, wmir
I II Fine heavy stock;; one nnd two-year- No. 'IK/ Happily, for Aunt Mary's. |eace of mind *he did not hear this conversation. Aunt Mary looked from one to the other with a puzzled expressionclear her face.

old buds and grafts; on sour orange, lemon Frldasyoung "I wonder of u* will to Aunt Harriet'*," Rachel mid, after a I.au*t'. After veveral attempt* the children succeeded in giving them explanation.

: and trlfollata stock. A full line of m: "Do you know how much money you have in. your bunk, Clare" "But, oh, Pty! Clarice exclaimed "I never dreamed that you had allY intentionof
ter Masa' "No haven't. kept He-count of it." [tar ice answered. "About seven dollars doing Riich a thing. And I've been almost half angry at you to tbink that you
I I docUUnua fruit trees, ornamentals etc. busineeelannual thou How I much have ).ou'" would he the one to go'to Aunt Harriet's. I sent my money by Clara," she added

Send for new catalogue; and price Hat, .' "I don't know. More than that, I hope.' Oh, I wi.h it were time to open our "and I suppose that's the reason mime didn't say anything about your"

f giving puHlouliirs, selecting varieties fibers M C bank, no'll"'I>at .hall we, do, anyhow? I'm tired of doing nothing; I wish mamma Rachel laughed. "l n't it funny? We've each been thinking the same thing and

t I and planting cultivating, eta.t J. R. Wa irrre home!" For Mr. and Mr*. iSe-UwUli had suddenly been called away and did didn't know it. And you had told papa' about it, hadn't you?" she anked. "Tlint'.i
) Carrutheders not expect, to return for several day*. the reason lie looked HO kind of funny when I told him."

Ocklawaha Nurseries Jut "Ix-t' go and sec Nurse Ilontly," Rachel suggested. "!L'. an awfully long time l'lari..otll'e lUchcl's! hand a loving little Hquceze. "I'm so glad it has turned out

iF since we were to see her, and I'm Hire she mu t l>e having the rheumatism dreadfully. this. way, only] I Hiippove neither of ti* will spend New Year's at Aunt Harriet's now"

" I O. COVNHR, Prop Hughes'Uenoun the always doe in winter, you know." she added, wistfully.

" TANGERINE KLOIRDA. ;)\ "All right; Clarice answered, rising Gild reaching for her wrapt. "Come on." Mm. SeuWick suddenly drew\ the children closer to her. "My blessed girls!" she

1// Ueuooa;n} The children' destination wa in one of the poorest part of the city. Long row exclaimed with shining eyes. "Yon shall both of you spend' New Year's with Aunt

R. K.'MliRobert of tnmble-down" tenement ho ""e* were' on either side of the street and round the Harriet. If Mary don't take you, I will!" ?
7' *,'': corners the wind whistled shrilly. In one of these house Nurse Ik-ntly lived. The "]hit 1 will!" Aunt Mary soil .\n.ll\'ith a shout of joy. the twins rushed off to

,"I I j\ It was twins did not wait to knock but pushed open the door, and walked directly into the park their trunk.Minneapolis, Housekeeper.
: InstallallDeo. room. It wes' cheerlem, cold and bare. In one corner there wall a small stove over .
I" 87,* which an old woman wa huddling., Her limb were, drawn and misshapen with rheumatism. "'"

I by a bam A* the children entered she arose with a frightened exclamation, and turned, ----.-- _._-- ----a
where) ,b' toward then

their wlv. "Oh it'* the babie.!" the exclaimed, relieved. Rachel had often raid the old lady
Is suggest would call them babies if they were a hundred years old. ""'hioh in Clare and which i ill n HAPPY NEW YEAR I IBy I

Maaoolo I Rachel My poor old eye ain't, .o good All they were once. My but, it doe a poor ROTH RAVMOKD. i
ter give soul good to see you again, ," the added. "Take chair and tell me about your ma."
neat ,ea.BOOIaI ) lUr bet Happy New Year to the mother Happy New Year to the maiden .
fare had is frightened expression but it Mill looked haggard and worn, and
In Ida
Rislnf dawn.
early Pledged to ore she deem as true:
lid she kept glancing; nervously toward the door. Gone for her ntirsllnt ever May the New Year brine her tladnais.
DO play j "What I. the matter mine?" Clarice asked laughingly, after awhile "You look Till' the dnyllrtit hrari are rone-(
w May the New Year kePt and strength,n ( With heelovefsheholdstedearest.
a\
!
a though were expecting a ghost
you '
Lovlni hand that gently guide Y And the tender arm and atron\,,
1 Kline IVntly' voice trembled. "There are thing to be more afraid of than ghosts, LillIe feel that else would wander That will helter still and keep her
c1nrk01 may find out when, you are older" she Mid. "It' the landlord himself In forbidden path untried A*aha lings.tore'*sweetest aent.C .

Mr. T.' that I'm expecting, and not a cent in the house to par him."
Harpy New Year to Ihs father, Happy New Year to the peeP''".
"That' too bad, Rachel said, ympathetically. "Hut cant you tell him to come'again
pro.peroldl.ooveni Toiling on and tniitlne fala. ,
While for others' toed they yeam.
next week, ? Lorkln for life'. full fruition, (' May the toy they ii.. uncrudglng
PLANT GOOD CHEER hie room "And where would the money( come from next ...week with me crippled up with I" the Joy that come but lit". o To their faithful hearts return.
8prlogfle) the rheum"tim?" she a..ked, with quivering lip*. ".\nd it wouldn't do any good to Whan'Ito the band *o nobly cherished l May thetr vow be kept unbroken.
( man 5 estate have dear.
In the hearts of your guests. Regale attribute.forma uk him. lIe lay. he worst be put off any longer He Mid the next time he Mll1..if T : And ha las aiiila hit armor grown Through Horn the and days Words that remain still shall follow

1 your friends withWINES ,11Cilbbell. didn't have the money for him he'd turn me out into the trert. She drew her little While they buckle pn their own Making all the Happy Year.

AND LIQUORS > thin khawl more hiM], ..boltier\ ihcuMer, .s though the already felt the cutting I rood JftUMftr
from our tock and they will have ample but someabbe. !tut outside .A I
_,..._ ... ro1pI215'East'Bay3treet
reason to pleasantly remember, their ., wh
vUlt. Our Inhalationohief

HOLIDAY GOODS r'HI<
wised him
have been 'lelocted with the greatestoare

,I from., and we have a superb line to seleot was very rDI..d .

1 Our prloeH cannot fall to please you. ..... .._..... _"......, spend part 7>f-lu7"aiim rner'there."'-ltr;' Ml UTBSIDtwlea: a
I They make buying easy. '-- Flagler Is well aware that he cannot live Craves Tltuivllla for Miami and at SOS p.m. too JACKU'ONVItCE"FLA.

; Hampers packed for shipment to distant Senator and Mrs.. Tallaferro. of Jacksonville forever so he might as well enjoy him Intermediate polut. - '

:, friends. took dinner with President and self as much as ha can. We would do anRTHnooaD.Lear.TtteavtIl.for.fackaonvtll., at 1 dB p.m.

ROBT. L. MOTLOW, Mrs. Roosevelt and. select party on Friday likewise If we had the means. May he and Intermediate point. The Oldest EstmblUhed Ora.lD l veer House In the Stat .
last. The President was especially live long and die happy .. Tltusvllla for Sanford ". 1M: a.m .
VI and
TITUS LLE FLA.
COCOA arrive Tltusvlllfr from -- -- -
Sanford
cordial to Senator Tallaforro. The din- -, 1 ao p.m

ner waa an Informal affair, and greatly Cherokee Club D.m... Wm. Oo.
: A.
:EI:. C3. ..A."VEUST: P enjoyed by the guests present. Among IBo'-ujrs 3z
the other I guests were Secretary Florida Magazine
Root Senator Hoar Senator and Mrs. The members of the Cherokee Club ,
,
Artesian Well Contractor, Ilansborough, Senator Gamble, Mrs will give a final dance for this year at GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,

Ilobson, Miss Root and Miss Roosevelt. the Opera house, Tltusvllle... on Thursday
I ..Dealer In.. evening next, Deo. 2Gtb, when. full
Flour
Aermotors,Tanks and Pumping: The ...........1... Culture Club.* attendance of members and their friends An Illustrate Literary Monthly Grits. Meal and Fertilizers
Machinery. Is requested. Old members of the Club '
n. owfs Mia. 113 East Bay Street FLA.
are also Invited on this occasion. JACKSONVILLE
DKLAND, FLORIDA. will /
The Progressive Culture Club discontinue Agts forl'urlna
Its meetings untU the first Monday Feed. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant Syao':
Senator Quay add the Indian
.4. ='1c: >>r1.d.a ::a5an.: In January, 19U2: when a full meet- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. ,
leg Is desired I and then work.of readingthe ...--
GREAT DISCOVERY. English Literature will again be Because It Is said Senator Matthew S. ,
taken The club will still Quay has a strain of Indian blood In his WHITE'S CREAM ]
or rooms remain
Exhibited In prenenoe Judge Chrlatla, Pro* up.
I ; ecutlno Attorney of tbe Criminal Court of Du- open, and all members wishing veins, he was recently selected by a party Address : VV ORTvISI!

val County.* of Tatlnionialo"' ... and' ,of l""k.n..We.the t'urm of ri Cooaamp.tlon. .. t, oolatter .I books or magazines will be able to get of Canadian Indians to present them to iVJbRIMFyCEl| !
President Roosevelt. Even the
I Catarrh Asthma.eto., fnim some of the thorn>> from the librarian. among 0. D. 'ACKERLT PUBLISHER.
f. neat prominent oltlaens of the United S'ataa.Acanu KATY PKITCIIARH Seo'y. Indians Senator Quay bas numerous For 20 Years
Has
both sexes, wanted. t> l..okc.i trial friends Led all Worm Rego mos.P ("'
r>.ckairo,2A conW. Addram.WLLUS : Jacksonville '
Florida : : aLL :x>: JE'-'" U. YOUNG. JACKSONVILLE FHA.If Mouse for Sale. "p"rd hy""ra'S BC2ACLLA
I. Clothing Cleaned Dyed, F. RD, St. Loujsy
: '
you want good results, you will A nine room house, nicely finished I Draylng. ..
-- -
I find the ADVOCATE; an excellent adder and In good condition, located near the Pressed and Repaired. Ladies''dressesa -- - -"- - -' --- -- ----- ---- -------------=-

f Using medium. court house, on the corner of Palm and specialty. Address, Draylng or baoJln of all kinds promptly -

\. Palmetto !HU. Apply on premises or to SAM PKKKISS:! attended to. Meeta all trains. Stove THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
f J.- Reading notice ads. on this page M. U. I.* DonnoN, Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, wood supplied.

are live oeots per line per week. Sm Tltusvllle Fla. P. O. Box 253. Sanford, FI.... ALfBED IlADLKT TitOtVille. Print all kinds of SoBmerclal: BUT Eta
Jtuionery, Wedding Stationery Card.. ,





1








"



.. ..,. .. ..... .""= ' 'r ,,"
""''
!/: = "" 'i""'" '''I IiIj'fit" /'
. ,....: (" .. . . .. .......,.""' ,, . ., . ,..'.. . .m.. . .. . . .. :... ,. ._.*. '.',, : .. . ... .. .. . . ,, . . . .. .. .., -. .. .. . ., .'...JIII''!" . 1 ... "'. 'P' ... > . .. ; .. .. . .. .., n. . __ , . .. ,

{ .,
t
'W
'

1iII,
"

/,

lhttstnzas: 1901. 'j(LiQLftfl !1 $ a>Yub>n1r.< Itciu \1rt1\.., 110" \

_ ._ :

-'-- -____ - ---; .-- -. . . -- .,. -. .c>.

PAUL'S NEW Y .''l'' J&: AN AMATEUR SANTA CLAUS .., '.. illrr
v ,
----------1 ltin.J 11 ...i..r.
HE FOUND THE BAB lsTii5 HIS LOT WAS NOT AN ENVIABLE ONE .. t tn
; I BY ANY MEANS.

--.--. .- iJ i ---- - --, --. -

Paula little visit at Krundpa's. wait at an I ... ., I 4' The man who had been selected to be the 1EfAR FgyfDQ i t

end, and he had to coins home The butler it g Bro1fteitOri! ) Sunla Claus sat( out on the top of the roof ; ;M.
oepned the door quietly and looked down 33' ill the cold, cold night and looked up at ssB" s
at him with a twinkling eye writes Marion ; .'- (Un<: .$.Ih a;qiS1s...) -' the twinkling\ slam.
Dickiimon, in Youths Companion L "I've got u IIK-O job, I don't think" -pa.
"Happy New- Year Jenkins! and the 4 goOd old.fuhGie Chris'mas'with the logs itpoh the hearth. growled Santa t'laus.s'1 think when it
small man skipped into the hall."happy come to being a nice obliging young man aU2
New Year, aid" answered' the 77.e table filled with feaster. an' the .ropnfa-roar 'ith mirth 1 nm certainly the easiest ever. The next

big man. With' the stockin's crammed to busman' the meddjfrs piled WI' oui-- lime I go to a Chri"tmiis house ;party, why, ---
Paul tugged away at his rubber boots 1 won't. 0, yes.. ''''e just have to havea -
but won glad l of Jenkins' help. "See the A good otJ-fasrtorredChris'mas, ti e'Wt! had so'I ttd'iyl{ qgoj._ : Santa C.'laux, Mr. Kverts, to slide down ;;; .
skate grandpa; gave me!" he, saiil proudly: tho. great, wide chimney in the hack hall. '
displacing the shining trea"ul'e."hel'e'. .' L There is a ladder fixed there end you Cl\n. ;-; \.
mamma? 1 want to show 'em to her, right i d sib .f.. come down easy. The other men JUKI won't d
away'," r (' '! lQ s da it, and I I hate to ask you, but you are so
-
mother says you re to go into the 11 obliging.: ;;; I,
..- l
library and wait until nurse comes; then \ '(), I'm obliging\ all right. Pin a real pi
you can go up to nee her." Ii'OJ"j) sweet thing, ami I'm just tickled to deathto t' c
"But want to go now!" Paul objected. Z' sit. up. here like a north polo explorer on
Nevertheless. he went obediently into the NJI Ih ; r the! waim side uf all \irrhcig. All niieundunriu ........, \

library. .f1: sa, r"\ )J/j t down-stairs! and that idiot Fleming
Hacking up to his father's easy chair, he $ lWdh t I / is dancing: nil over' the shop:' with MIM Robert ,
the here dt f f err ( rso' J
But
Q m ty
wax just about to make himself comfortable, r' *. The other ft'loare\ Hitting on datkKtiiirs PRICE .
when there came a small shriek from the t m dad bust -bustl of the slit non r and milking goo-gao eyes, and I'm on J
hall and the rustle. of garment, and somebody \ 1 1Oh. tap of the house playing' Snutn lutix. -
seized him by the font collar. 44 fie scowl upon th a of the 'art that you met. "O,. this is just too lovely! for any Use. I ,moe.JII ment of their two famous hotels
"Gracious goodnetui. nurse panted. "In 1 just dote on this game. Nut if anybody summer
In New York State. We wish him
another second you would have sat down! ever I'omes up sudden like in the night : when everysuccess
You gave me a turn, Master Paul." and u.U.. mo if it's nice to be a Santa I'liim, In his new venture. ,

"What's the matter?" asked Paul, rather I I i 1'1tcll\ them that when it comes to good NEXT In consequence of the pressure upon
Indignant at this unceremonious treatmentof thing being Fame Plans. is. certainly the ivllle. our space we cnnnot Insert hotel arrival
a boy who was old enough to own skates. butt end. at a less rat than live cent per line per )
Nurse laughed softly. "Turn around and I / "I wonder how many years I have to roost daugb- week.

look at the chair," khe said. "It' another!, \\1)| here on thin perch anyhow. 1 was to sit a week Mrs. WhItfield, a former housekeeper
the that.. I could hear that
present. there's plenty of It. of a lot o' gorgeous toys. near chimney so of the Indian River hotel, Tltusvllle, and
A large pillow filled the neat of the great tyin'. gang of trundle-bed trash howl that song ha boll Hotel Coquina Ormoud, Is now
chair and on it lay a 'soft roll of flannel. An' a takes M mint o' money to please modem girls and boys. about 'Welcome\ welcome dear old Santa ly. He ing a similar ,position at the Hotel occupy Colonnades
Paul bucked away. ""'hat is it?" he asked, ('hum.\ : Well, not a sound do I hear.
Seabreoro.'
sturdily. Why, I mind the time a jach-hniff r' a toffy-lump for me. "I believe this Is one of those snipe; hunt ,
Nurse carefully drew down a fold of the ing propositions They" get im up here and TOO ID Manager JAil P. Vlnlng of Hotel are,.. i
flannel and there was a tiny pink face,with Made my little heart an slot 1usy iock-fua of Chris'mas flee.I'd then skip. Wonder they don't, set (ire to liter we look Wllllnmstown, Mass., I I..* now takinga

blinking blue eyes. a mouth like a round <>, i the house to make it more pleasant for your r fit. rest at Ormotnl with his wife f; and,
and no hair to speak of. nice old\ uncle Santa. WUh they would. ir band meanwhile he la looking after his floe
For an instant. Paul stared with wide- 2 I I'd be warmer." hoot of orange grove at that place .
open eyes; then, with' a whoop of delight a" r ,4t A voice from the trap door in the roof';: visor. In reply to northern subscribers we
be dashed into the hall and up the stairs. "Mr, Kverts: Mr. Kvertu, we've been wait state that Hotel Despland, Daytona
may ;
"Mamma: mamma," he shouted, "come ing a half hour and the, children have sung aced In and Hotel Colonnades and the Clarendon
down quick! The little New Year's in the /f t l l' h until they're hOllr..... \Vh), Mr. i Kverts: atatloDcbarge Inn Seabreece, are now open and entertaining *

libraryl"CHRISTMAS! i I I I Ia you're at the wrong f'llirnnl'hif'lIleonlily : guests. gee 7th page.
!171. rl e o f i< sf I Tribune.
t'1 known Readers, take notq of the hotels now
PRESENTS. open and advertised on our 4th and 7th
K.
:>cu Do not look around for other
pages.
Then Should Go Onln Whew Our Hearts A PLACE FOR SANTA CLAUS. ,Indianrlnllng hotels, for the best hotels are /generally

Prompt the Sending. across dial 1)) advertised In the pink paper of Florida.
The Story of the Old Saint should Be ;OABT
In the Ladies Home Journal Edward Told in riorrj Mood. The Graham hotel, Palatka, now frontson
Bok write. in vigorous deprecation of the Water street, opposite the postoffloe
complicating of Christmas. "Much as we With the approach of Christmas arises I order and the oflloe of the Ooklawaba her y
need simplicity in all-tha phases of our living thu. problem discnxsed by modern mothers Ilan. to steamboat oflloe. The Graham baa fifty
," he contends, "its greatest need is and child-xtudents in regard to the fiction .. well equipped rooms, and many Improvements
sometimes felt at Christmas.: And it seemsa / / of Santa" I'hius. 1* it wrong to deceive a s I Annie for the season of lOtti. Lee pity that we cannot make a beginning f, child, and will he not lose faint in the 'Iar. r Klon- are now the proprietor
there. We could if we would simplify thin. ( cot when he 1'uuU out that Santa {' JudgeJones.
does not exist The best advice have Manager O. W. Ripley, of Hotel Slpl-
we
of If'e would leave out .
question presents; much /
of consideration all but the natural so oldfashionto for sty > ever seen. on the subject was 0 editorial .ome to oan, Marlon, Mara. 'has arrived at leLand -
our
' in that excellent magazine for mothers : with hi. help and be will open
uldn't printed
promptings of our hearts. If ever material eat your C h reI go a )1 return ,
'el1111\ teachers the Kindergarten the College Arm to-morrow (Saturday).
considerations should be dismissed from our Solomon aw .\\ Albany
,
minds and lives if"should be in connection rather have i e a good yarb-dtnnerTx { \ Kf\iqw'; The editor defends Saute Juus Mr. Ripley Is a hotel manager of oonsld-

with Christmas. If ever our friends shouldsee reat'oid than turUe with all the nobs '/ The trouble where there is any, Brines, she srahle experience, and the College Arms
With friends < get.
soup you 0 have las excellent reputation the
our liearts. -our"real inner selves-it say., from efforts to give the old story 11"lli..ti" \ among
HCtting and t > reply. to questions lust byDdltloD tourists,
should be on Christmas. day. Not that we / >
should be other than our real selves on other p with too ingenious tilm. Ve put too little At the Ooala house, Ocala, some very' J
days. But as it is, we are not our actual 1 I Iae f fm and fantasy into our telling of theChri..trnas y. Theheavy elaborate preparations for the coming ,
selves on the day of all days when we shouldhe. III IIII. tale," she writes; and again; feat.u golf Mason have been made A profeaitonal -
See how we strive that our present of "ToW' as such tales ought to be told-in ib e. Instructor baa heen'l Kafod for
this year shall surpass the one we gave last I merry mood 1. with laughing mien and wonder 1 u hands The the season -Mr. it S.: Pearson of Chicago , .
year! See how instinctively we think of the r ( tone with funny winks and shrugs anparrjings -and the home club possesses many'
rsed In
material value of what we give and actuallyof I ofdilllcuU questions the tale i lit excellent players.' The course. I I. a very
ImrmlOHH enough" When the child l discover r In ev
what we receive! -See how we wrong our- One one. .
selves by leaving needful things undone and ft\re'\ rl/oor ei hbor fan y how his b s 'u'dtift that /Santa Claus in not real, he need page.Opera.- ,
Mr. A. M. Taylor of the Alcazar

manager
shock than when he
feel
inviting illness because. we feel we must friend give J Ifl'dl ter ri 'mast gh1. of fellow Chrislnabgiftl"< not suspect, that a there any are no more fairies or goblins Casino Ht. Augustine, ha arrived
of making to e ,
something our own I .
from New York where he became Inter.estod
when really a sigh goes into each stitch ;-dy-tj/prS s he'd n, ary ati, a f. Hut the parents who raise this dillirnlty, are COST In valuable. patent, out of which
usually those who disapprove of fairy ,loties. -
instead of being frank with ourselves, and
pleasing our friends infinitely more by being J Ihngl is city, ti i yfll< can't gef ged toTTfi We are glad that we have. .'I<'h authority the AnvooATH hopes to sue him become
a millionaire, lilt charming wife accompanies
for retaining the "Santa ('lam
) II
frank with them and purchasing somethingat Kid \
him and
they are making
i for old and enjoy the
far lens cost to our health. Every woman myth young merry .
their: liendijuurtori' at Hotel Alcazar for
And when the child' outgrows
"mnke-believe.
knows what I mean by this; the great e'iIof / iplnlou the winter.
'making things' for Christmas presents it we can afford to let it go. One
1I1Thr .
)
30 0Iti(
when really neither the time nor the / Clirintmas story more wonderful and l sii|>cr- i those I Hotel Indian Klver, Rookledge/ under
strength can be spared. In much the same natural\ he can never outgrow-that of the k the; able management of Mr. Arthur L. {
wny we complicate Christmas at the table." Babe and the Star and the An ..-Con- fi>In r> Marsh manager of the famous Hathaway

gregntionaliHt. m. Gin[ Deal lieaob N. J., Is. now open.

vas, lie. i t a in' till it nearly bust side, I VslW.; S num.kfing The hotel has, been thoroughly renovated
A Month of Celebration. your from roof to basement at an expense of

Perhaps no nation or religion enjoys New An' &y night youi t achin' with your smile four inches wide A Good New Year's Resolution. several thousand dollars, and old time

Year's day more than the Chinese. They wo'st his I have" never been much of a hand at guest will cone big change/ In this house i
celebrate their feast in the early part of An'your enemy one, you'd/ustjprjb > milking resolution; still less at keeping: upon their arrival Read ad.on 7th page.

February and the festivities last a month. "Mebbe >as iiirtxiat.Iohn. \ e, let. kt, n cis jJayl' them; but if I were to throw some of niy The New Rookledge hotel Rookledge,
Beating of drums and firing of cracker, l Ideal into that form for a New Year's A DVU- inder the popular management of Mr.
with decoration of bunting and flogs, usherin ?LSD gitto my friends, I suppose| it would 1 run I f 'very loraoe It. Shares son of the owuer, I II
thin day, when the people visit their something. like this: lte olved, To live III which now open as. will be seen by the ad on
joss houses, worship their gods, and with the active voice, intent on what 1 can do, Day, our 7th page./ This I I..* a oocv and well
oriental ceremony shake hands with "A rather than what happens. to me in conse ,;arden. known hostelry, lined with all the latest
Happy New Year." In preparation for this C1111'.II'el; in the indicative/ mood, concerned berries nate Is improvements. Including steam beat, hot I
event"* Chinaman tries to square his accounts with what is, rather than what might b. or cold baths eto. Theref will also be afirstclass
with all the world and a Chinamanwho more to my liking; in the present tense, Conk They orchestra on hand this winter
owes debts at the beginning of the with concentration on immediate duty fo January :2ith. the rate will be $3.00
New Year forfeits his right to be called a :Mighty little Gams was 'spirit seenrl en city walls rather than regret for the past or anxiety; 'for tils per day and upwards. Do not fall, to atop

gentleman. Where ekfh snowflak rvigs e-sootA fof a brother falls; for the future; in the first person, criti- off at Hookle as1t rising myself rather than condemning. hat piece yon will .ee some of the most a
Christmas Noise. 1N' hty t tit's s inirf, don't you hn others; in the singular number obeyingmy bin.Morris. Beautiful orange \grove In the Bute.Mr. .
rather than the demands i
Who buys for boys this hint may take 'o a good old asTii s' es h had so Jong ago.eNTURI.MsG own of conscience the many.-William Pe Wit,- John Anderson. of the firm of Anderson -
The.frallest drum ",111.00Ilut break. in Donton Congregationalist. ,; It I.jre.rll'Is A; Price, of Uotel Ormond, has i''
-Chlcar! ;Record N Jlyde, returned to Ormond for the winter He

DI.p.n. I. accompanied by his father General 8.
J. Anderson. During the pant summer; ;
., klr. Anderson and blue partner, Mr. J. I).'
Price, have been managing the Mount
'litasant house one of the most famous
''anlf! hotels !In the White Mountains, where an
immense tourist business was don last
summer. Mr Anderson stayed up In the
t'hotoOldl White Mountains until the Ice aud snow
.t..1.... drove him further south ; and now he ?
efforts In the netrspaper'llne.S''. '<,*'f. m XIIBTBJU uwuuty i ve meet an com \ .. Protect Your Frult"Tree l C-"" >l Idtafe. copied ana enlarged. O'.h and Mr Price are basking Florida
pour -. '... '., petition. Our Dry Goods department I I. I JTirnUlied Cottage/ at ltocke! lc. 1'- size and finished )In any style desire ; unshloe In their beautiful; orange grove.
LrnsrrrYacht L. '' > second to none. We want your business 700 MoFarland Fruit Protection Co Florida views for sale.' Work flnlabed'lor at Ormond.

Skipper. because we need it. We guarantee sat -A furnished ; tents, all sizes, at 20 per cent off regu amateur at trade prices.F ,
cottage containing aeven There will be a grand dance at Hotel
isfaction and all
pay freight charges. .
/ Immediate delivery made M. TAYLOR
; ; bywelPriknowo ,
for
rent. Cottage ha four bedrooms
Dont send that order to Chicago: until rooms MoFarland of waterproofing Tltusvllle Fla. Alcazar, Ht. Augustine, to-morrow night/
Northern man, experienced want you try us. J. R. WALKKR A: c.oTltu8Yllle.: furnished dining room, 'altflng Mod mllctttwproodogt process hoop- (Saturday), and we acknowledge rncvlpft
position ob gentleman's; ) small yacht. it ria. room and kitchen. I* In fine condition. ; of the following Invitation from Manager
,
stakes and furnlshwl"with
W.A.LTJB: 8..WB. Write for any Information to lamp each AMONG THE .HOTELS. Fo*. I'. Greavee; "The management of a
SO North 25th street, Cnmdea, If. J,, TOOI/ls Ji J. WHIT!:, teat, All ready to erect. The only absolute lotol. Alcazar request the honor of thepresence
WALTON CALKING of protection to ito tree against -
one orange/
Flo. CW
Rookledge of Mr. If. Walton TIt *-
the best tbloalor boaibollders "freeze. No be bad the
andyachtsmen more W cttpe.eprices. ( Where to stop along East: Coast hotel
be the
dance to
yu le.t a given In
Horse' Wanted.I ; price $1.00 and f8.ooeaeb.I Address. See list of hotel on 7tb page. December
For Mle 'at .1.... ou'a. Pineapple Plantation For Sale. War M. (nowtr,.Tltusvtlle, H.. parlor on Saturday evening,
horse boot The ADVOCATB I J. now on file at all J8tb, 11)01, at nine u'olock,4. This I I. the ;,
want a good "gentle. Tltu81I'IlIe.l'la., I tb. beat hotel la New, rorkvclty.Where commencement of the dances at this t
1,100 or 1,200 pounds. State particulars Pineapple plantation fronting on InJ: Oenlrable Property at Jtockl dge ashlonable and popular winter resort t
and. lowest cub' price to For Sale' or Itent, Furnlnhed. dlan River, Containing 29 ''acres, 0 acres to stopjn Tltasvillef See' Tltuavllle and those who arc lucky enough to re-
D. ST.,,CIA.IB NMBIT, under cultivation. ; partly shedded. Good For Sale. hotel ad on our 7h p jfe. calve an Invitation may rest sssured
Flo. t
Indianola, An eight room house In a desirable 7-room house, also packing house and Ixwate4oo Indian-River. mils frompo.tome. The Breakers, palm Beach la now open hey will spend a very enjoyable) evanng. +
""r location on Jlldgawood Ave., Daytona. all shipping facllltle: For particular and hotel., fifteen one of for the season, with Mr. Leland ttterrya We have attended these dances be- ll
Stove, Wood For Sale. Address, apply' *'. W. WILL**, land nearly five hundred feet river acres frontage assistant manager. fore, and we know whereof we speak.
L. M.MPBBAT Box Jensen PI...
t 137 ; high/ rocky bank with heavy native ...,. P. B. Haureit, who wa. In Saratoga
-Leave your orders for wood at Carroll'store <&tt Daytona, Fla. l1bltle) Dairy Farm For Sale.
Twelve
hammock all
/growth. acre plaoUe the summer I I" the chief clerk' the
Tu..m..A.. Fi OBCBBB.Empty Yawl for Sale. la citrus trees. l Including numerous New Bookledge hotel, Bo kledge.
Launch For Sale.Tb.Cabla varieties of orange, grapefrul', tsngerlues Located at Cocoa and Rockledge. This t'
'8usrar and, Rice 'Barrel. ---- Sloop 3tl1'- oo deck, 3l-6ft. on keel lemons and limes, arylojf In age The Hibiscus hotel Palm Bench no- property Include III) acre of land -a. 1
Launch Dawn, 82 feet Ion It. 11-Oft. beam; draught,. 2rt.. | cabin from old !,losing: trees to three-year-old I der the maoagemeotof Mr. A. K. Johnson j house of eight'room, furnished compiste -
',1 :'For tale.. .Address; 7 feet beam, draft 26 Inches, drop Bash. 14ft.; bead-room 6-CJU Two Oft. berths bud.; Ruavaa and bananas, also la Ixwrlo .' ,.wilt open on 01 about the 8th ofJanuary ; dairy house 13x.JO: feet with
'. '" WALTns A.. uas; window. forward, mahogany finished on each side, good mattresses, pillows, I IC. Artesian well, with water mates cement floor, with separator aqd churn
.8 George St., Charleston, 8. C.Staam' throughout 7 horse power Alto Vapor bedding1, stove, cooking' utensils and and hydrants through the /grove. Attractive Mr. Harry E. I) mls, manager of two I used to run with power; 75 head of Jew
'. motor speed nine mile per boar. In perfect dishes; 4 person; toilet. Two anchors, nine-room residence, two cottager FUgler! hotels at Nassau N. P., formerlyof icy milch pows, M head of heifers one )'
t'' order. Used one season on the East cable, tender; good running rigging, packing-booses, tool boose, wharf and Itockledge, ha been engaged to eon- span of male, barns and stall for the It
}: .:, ,IiltdUch Laundry Coast of Florida. Reason for selling. new sails and patent steering gear; 4 small boat-boose. Property welt oared duct the e o m oar hotel at Bedford Sprl oge, .took. three wagon and one buggy. Alsoan
41 M'f,,\ .. ,- sudden death of owner. For price aIfarther ;;: year old; don't leak. Good reason. lor.Ulag. tot and la good otulltlon throughout. Pa, next year. Mr. Bemla, who l I. reorded > orange grove of 200 trees, halt of .
Baslcet'win leave oKe .at Southern particulars apply to . Address. Satisfactory reason for selling for a* an extremely competent man which are In bearing. For I'Mtl'\I'are.'
r '$xpreSS,, Co.*every.Tuesday morning UODOSOW BROTHCRA: I G. V. tools, price and further Information apply to ha bern for the past tea year aesoclates1wltb address. Aarntts L.\PR4M. ICoou. \-.

&. ,' .R. W?;Joraxm. Agu. s :Esc Oallle, ]Fla Box 10>, Jacksonville, J'Ia.. "8: ."care ADVOCATE, Tltosvllle, Via.p. the Smiley Brother In the manage ..,!'ta..
"
4.
l' .'
1 1

l


f ff f


.- I
I -'


> ... ... . ... p. 1



1






}aLLZur ou1X2u1r.: : 3cw! jaw, 1002.
(t.1> .. ---- ---
--
-- --- --
-
8 ---
-- -- -

to do a certain thing, and consequently suffer
\ EAST COAST ADVOCATE. *; while as to the bad habit-well, if we w
FLORIDA Visitors who can. 1:11 AS. rl, WALTUN.1'Uhllahe:- .. wora'not strong enough to break it before,

not call at our stores should write for s i I Chri tmi and New Year Number. why should the advent of any particular day Mirth of the Holiday Season

catalogue of Sunny South Souvenir liri'avn.i.B. >AHrrnulirt make it easier for us to overcome it now?
(l - ---- Thus we are opt to reason, and, Boon grow-
-1''rldnr. ito, ll.jl. of our
ing tired, we give up the thought
ccA( aOjg-; New Year's resolutions and plod along in

the old If we could only keep them
Jacksonville also t In our homes and out of our homes at thin. way. for Gift List. Welcoming a Cbanjo.
112 W. Forsyth St., ; a always before UH much might be done HIS

St. Augustine, Palm Uoacli and Nassau,' time the reign of Christina Within. i. supreme.make there i Is only ono way to accomplish anything The editor poor man bus but little chanceto "0<> you enjoy the holiday season?" asked

to we and that la. by adhering in the minutest clumber the jovial friend.
CHRISTMAS' l'ead.1 welcome! its detail to the plans we have made. When a wife and fourteen children comprise "Yes," answered Sirius Barker with hill

.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH _... THOUGHTS coming, and without One seldom breaks hid high resolve or does hU Christmas. numberJud&e customary cynicism "It's a great relief
.. ,,,'I we strive to let its .
I I a great wrong in the beginning; he misses a to be able to nay 'Merry Christmas' and
overflow touch hearts
If yetTARRiI here there alittle out of V7A" 'Happy New Year' for a change. 'How
and places where joy and abundance step a step goes dy
Brewing Asso's.Famous unknown. are the way on this side a little on that and Great Dag In European Courts.In do' get very monotonous."-Washington

or any 11, It take... possession of UH, this recurring ia soon far from him. starting point. the courU. of Europe Now Year' is Star
The year, to look forward, seems long; Jay. All the monarch begin the V'P!,
.bolls K.g and Bot COCK'S revelation of what the great birthday means a great
Mothers, filling the stockings of their little but it will soon be gone. Let us strive each day by attending church; afterward, they He's All Right.I .

tied Beer. anteed f[ one beside the nursery fire, lemembcrbaie, day, writes Olive Hyde Foster, in Farm and receive the dignitaries of church, state, have a blessing for the man ,

Bold by Messrs. F.A. Lo.I81aD(I Fot half-froze. feet uncovered in the wintry, Fireside. to make that one as near perfect as army and diplomatic corps. (And care not mho may hear l(>
and then the consciousness of earn
possible, Who la Intoxicated with
R. L. Motlow, TltuavllleFla. snows, and seeing the jolly, rosy face over f4
est effort will, in a measure, compensatefor The real, true Christmas spirit.
By M r. R. L. Motlow Cocoa' Via' flowing with delight in dime light of Christmas the failure often sustained. Let tho No Reelection Needed. -Brook!}'n Life.
HUNTCanai morning, they are glad that little .
grimy and hunger-pinched children, un- thought of the dear ones we so fondly love One curious fact must give us pause: 14-1'\
,JOSEPH ZAPF I known to them, are somewhere in distant check the impatient word. Who can tell We strive for all things new. On Desert Air.
where they may all be ere we make our But when It come to Santa: Claus
quarter receiving some joy of their giving, "If Freddie Ia
Winthrop- going to
next New Year's pledges? Some may be The same old boy will do. spend
Sole Agent. sent by faithful hands For this day with his
> one scattered over the face of the earth-Home, ChicuKO Daily Record. Christmas giundmullier, perhaps
they have a sisterly realization of what. it buy him the drum
Ing gre* the you'dbetter and whit
alas! may have gone into great beyond, f4 ?
610 to 020 West Bay Street,, ducks tl means to lice a child suffer and be power. leaving us to "sigh for the touch of a van tle." ,
/
lean to relieve. A Resolution Worth the While.
Mrs. Wintbrop spoke ,to him about
Mr. Wrecently. lulled hand and the sound of a voice that ia
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The man of fashion and of the world, hap still;" nay, even we may be called to join Resolve that you will stand well with;yourself them, my dear, but he said they'd be co

of India* pening to catch a glimpse' of a tattered shoeblack the great majority; and if the summons during the coining year, whether you good, as his grandmother was deaf."-Lea-

to Titus staring into a bright hop, or a groupof should come, may there not be a Mingle secret ,stand well with others or not. Resolve never lie'a Weeldy.VResolutions.'

j HEAR & TAYLOR 20 duck) ditty newsboys fighting for bib of ever pang over the word left unsaid to mar again. to net a cheap estimate upon youV .."
dropped at a church door will feela
green chances. in life.-O. S. Marderi,
the joy of being released from the trials I Ian,1 .elf or your .
Mr. )\ sudden impulse to join the workers at a
in Success.YULETIDE. .
of this life.
: Artesian WellCONTRACTORS went qUI'i public Christmas tree, and for those hours temptations We've made resolutions anew,

log, and will give out the charm which wins him fa ----' .. A* It's long been our custom to do,
'r ,,; to Titw vor at many a stately home in order to give And (the thought causes pain)
I We will make
them
,,; , t I t' 11 tlI to stay ( zest to the merriment of the worthy gathering the year 1902.Washington againIn
In scone great hall. Something tugs at
Star.
4c' jl( Kan Gallia FIa.I Dr. Kj: his heart, a hnlf-formed thought awakensin Bu MARGARET SANGSTER. ,
fling I4'I't.Metbod .
wsl| his mind: "I really must do something for
week, ar these poor little mites! I daresay a few dol- TWINING OP CEDAR AND HOLLY AND FIR, With Him.
..
I rj --- was allpave I Inra, now and then, would do a great deal WITH FRAGRANCE AND SPICE OF FRANKINCENSE AND MYRRH, Crawford-What induced
to
she I' for them, when Christmas ta over." The WITH LAUGHTER OP CHILDREN AND STIR IN THE STREET, small you buy sucha
have be turkey for Christmas?
j : itrus < struggling/ embryo of brotherhood in his AND FOR ANY WE MEET Crabllhaw-So there wouldn't be
HAND-CLASP GREETING
left
any
.C'(] frees Or. E.! heart in nearly strong enough to live, but to for the "
few' dawith the environment of tomorrow will stifle it, 'MID HEART-WARMTH TO LOOSEN THE PURSE OF THE CHURL, warm over next day. -Judge.

tw It i I. good to think says the New York AND HEARTH-FLAMES LIKE BANNERS THAT FLOAT AND UNFURL, V9l.

and> dial Evening:: Post, of the joy of the fair outside THE DEAREST OF DAYS MERRY CHRISTMAS, IS HERE, The Christmas Spirit.
The Doa how of the holiday; all the glitter' and I
quailthey a brightness of hospitable tables with dear AND THE CHILD IN THE MIDST IS THE KINO OF THE YEAR Christmas"Josephine time.always" look so gloomy ft

( 1,000 boxes of Citrus Fruits-84 varieties bag ones gathered, old and young, about them; NOW MAIDENS AND MATRONS AND GENTLEMEN ALL "Ye; I wonder what ails her."
to tbOlle.with it i pleasant to think of the jolly schoolboyand "I think she ia vexed
-will be marketed Irom our orchard side AND SWEETHEARTS LOVERS, HELD FONDLY IN THRALL; with her brothersand
qui the gentle grandmother by aide. sisters because
( and Durserles this season. An excellent ter. It warms and cheer to feel the cordial AND LADDIES AND LASSIES, GOLD-HAIRED AND BRIGHT-EYED, children."-Detroit Free they Press.have HO many

t chance for prospective orange growers The ItNorton handshake of a friend or receive greeting LET THE JOY OF YOUR HEARTS OVERFLOW AT YULETIDE; Vfil.

I. to test fruit and select vaal.t[_ } of remembrance aorosa the dividing sea. It IoII BE YOUR GIFTS LIKE THE DAISIES THAT BLOOM ON THE LEA
dear memories and touches scaled Her View.
t' All proiulssnt subtropical fruit trees. Street, H rouses o WHEN THE SUMMER BRIMS OVER LIKE FOAM OF THE SEA ;
fountains to bear the old melodies familiar "It isn't always what a Christmas
i' II ? Roses and ornamentals stock. LoooniotUKoedi since childhood, end ever new, as true things OLD GRUDGES FORGET, IF THEIR CHILL HAS BEEN FELT, coats," said her friend, "that makes present it ap

always are. It in like a reviving' wine to one IN THE LIGHT OP THE YULE-FIRE TO TENDERNESS MELT ; preciated." .

: Gleu"stiiiry: ray rlglnaUreportei, Not, that Is weary to Und though absent, we are FOR HARDNESS AND HATRED NO ROOM HAVE WE HERE "Oil, 1101"! replied Mrs. Bargain-Hunter;

I r Nurseries, GATE | t not But forgotten.above this rises the ennobling i influence WHEN THE CHILD IN THE MIDST IS THE KINO OF THE YEAR -"very often, it ia what people'think it costPuck ."

N
which overleaps barriers and demarca- ONE STAR LIKE THE SUN LED THE SAGES OF OLD
loaf, an V'PA
! G. L. Taber Prop. tions, and reaches out a generous, uplift
"
9 fl They luglorious> 1.. TO THE MOTHER WHO CRADLED THE GLORY UNTOLD. the
ing hand to those who are bound down by I Greeting New Year.
1 i OLEN ST. MARY FLA. !, a NOW STARS BY THE MILLION AND BILLION WE SEE,
ted the hard fortune of a degraded life. The Hall, glad New Year) We do not ask
j'i bU they bale spirit of Christmas in the spirit of the universal AS THE TAPERS ARE LIT ON THE.GLAD CHRISTMAS TREE. Our woes you ahould disperse
'
ailed tb brotherhood of the race. It may ONE SONG SANG THE ANGELS, AND YET DO THEY SINO We merely urge this simple task-
1 for rich to send Pray do not make them worseChlca&o .
small
,I they ah4 teem a thing a man THAT THE CHILD IN THE MIDST IS OF AGES THE KINO. Dally Record.
II his poor neighbor a dinner but It Mensestwice
severalducks t OH, LIST! ON THE COLD BLAST THAT SONG RISES CLEAR .
t ; I Orange Lemon ; he that gives find he that takes is V'1A

they. gotHaulovdi at blesnej. Even though the giver' thoughtsrose *, FOR THE CHILD IN THE MIDST IS THE KINO OF THE YEAR. A Christmas Favorite.A .

no higher than that he would divide A TRUCE TO OUR SADNESS, AND END TO OUR GRIEF.
., man with a past Is
with the' hungry hU. a man to admire
overabundance
hill EARTH HATH NOT A SADNESS THAT KNOWS NOT RELIEF, A man with a future Is one to desire;
unconscious taken first step to acknowledging
act-has a
But the
WHEN SOFT AS THE VOICE OF THE ANGELS ABOVE !man Just at this time the girls flnfl
Mfi hia brother's claim "Share most pleasant
I
Grapefruit, with me" I is the unspoken meaning of his I IS BORNE ROUND THE WORLD THE SWEET MESSAGE OF LOVE. They-wlll frankly confess. I the man with a

I In aoabsereterj j! gilt "I cannot be comfortable alone in my AND CHRISTMAS, THE BLITHE, MERRY CHRISTMAS IS HERE, present.
wealth. We of the same race, begotten Brooklyn Life
!i': Kumquats. | are AND THE CHILD IN THE MIDST IS THE KINO OF THE YEAR.N. 4vil.
by the same Divine Father; it I is our Elder
her of ml Y. HOME JOURNAL.
I stock; and No. 00 Brother's birthday Let 1Ia keep the feast Intense Irony. HlE
Fine heavy
one
;I ; twoyearold ,
} \ Christina Ho ettl. whose fervent heart Is "Mister said
Friday' --- -- Meandering Mike "haveyou
buds and grafts; on sour orange, lemon like a warming flume to colder ones, sings got a quarter "
and trlfollata stock. A full line of young nf New you can spare?
ter Masqbusiness" I, this tender song: Year's Haxlras. ''hat do you want with it?"

I i docldtoiis fruit trees, ornamentals, eto. h Love came down at Christmas Don't worry. Don't hurry. "Too swift a kx, And with a look of pity and reproach came

I bend fur new catalogue and, price ]list, annual Love Love was all born lovely at, Love Christmas Divine; arrives as tardily a, too slow. Sleep and the answer; t

l ; giving full particulars selecting varieties doers, Stan and Angela gave the Sign. rent abundantly. Spend less nervous en "I jes' wanted money enough to go before -
and : J. R. \V4 .. ergy each day than you make. Ho cheerful a notary an' swear off nex' New Year
I planting, cultivating eto. Carrutb.don Love shall be our token. "A light heart lives long" Think only day;; dnt'* ull."-Washington Star.Vi'A .

Ocklawaha Nurseries Jut Love be yours and love be mine, healthful thoughts. "As a man thiukethin
Love to God and all t,.
urer' F men his heart, so he Is. "Seek peace and t? e ; hKI
, I' O. W. COVNKR, Prop HIIKlle"Denoun Love for girt and plea and Sign. pursue it." "Work like a man, but don't Preparing for Christmas."To .

=I';' Many a custom, firm through centuries of be worked to death" "Avoid passion and catch you 'neath the mistletoe
TANGERINE, FLOIRDA. Ueuooni';, use, may die out;; full many a thing men excitement; a moment' anger may be Will be my aim." said he.
.
, I -r R. Jt. Ml.Roberts once revered may be covered out of sight\ fatal.. "Associate with healthy people; "Pray, will you kindly let me know
j by the dust of the earth; but the more health is contagious as well as di mease." Just where the spray will be?"

It humanity seeks the welfare and the uplifting Do,,'l the whole world
wasInstallai4 thou!
I'I'' carry on your ( "It shall be where wish "
you aald ahe
of man, the more true and loyal will be tiers, far less the uuiversc. "Never despair; I (3 "I really do not care." ;

the honor we give to Christmas Day, lost hope Is a fatal disease."-Christian He answered: "Then be kind to me

by a bam Work. And wear It In your hair.Chicago ."
, where, th I4'I't.Once ; Evening Post.Angelic .

lli I ; their wH again has New Year's day come V'A1
;; I ( I. suggesUaaunlo around, and as we look bock over the New Year in Wales and Germang. s' Tommij.

) I many mistakes of tile Ira Wales fires ..Jp
burned
are to usher in the Now Tommy hop when he la bill,
II I; ter give t ** MAKING *'" past, 12 months we New Year, and are left alight from one f. All chores he does, he's rarely chide
next yeai feel a determination year to the other. In Germany there are W He Is a different boy because
octal aid RESOLUTIONS to make the year be- part where at one time belief was enter His eyes are fixed on Santa Claus.

no play,} fore us the best we tained in a god who brought light and Chicago Dally Record:

"''VMr. have ever known. :Many plans are made warmth to the ;"orM each year. As a bon- t 'JII.Uncle A

'. for more systematic work, many good resolutions fire typified the goodness of this god, a huge Allen.

formed, many bad habits broken, fire ia till built in the market place, and
: T.proapero. and we at art out with head erect and breast here the people /flock, bringing with them "The meanest man of the season,** according

heaving. how long will our good intention things they wish to leave behind. Young to the opinion expressed by Uncle
...p discoverthia last fVe men cast in their pipes and maidens their Allen Sparks! when the subject came up for

PLANT GOOD CHEER room .\ become weary and some day the love letters. A little before midnight the '. discussion, "is the man who hunt the house

ttprlogfUattrlbnts work la dropped for a little while; the good young people danre around the fire, calling; over, from cellar to garret, trying to find
'I In the hearts of your guests. Regale resolution conflicts :with a strong denim JIealth to 1h, Nevi )r;"tar"- Geed Ifouirkiffing.ft out what his wife has bidden away us his

: your friends withWINES e .. .. MERRY CHRISTMAS Christmas present"Chicago Tribune,
I form. f/ VGlbb.sei --" -- ,
." AND LIQUORS

' from our stock and they will\ have ample but son ,

reasons to pleasantly remember their when, wl .'
I > "11.," .'' \" , .,' ,
I ..lllt. Our Inhatatlochief \ '( ",: : \ ...
HOLIDAY GOODS : ., .'I I
. I led bid
have been selected with the: greatest' J
wa very . ....... .
care, and we have a superb line to selsot . -
--
.
from. .. . .. . n_ .___. _
Our prices cannot fall to please you. Dlrw _ .,, 'JI spend part 'or1ne-Ittmmer-tnel'e-l\r; ---. -" SOUTH notrjrurLeave and I2O 'east'nay, atreev 15<" dAtiKtIJNVECCE; FLA.
They make buying easy Flagler,: Is well aware, that he cannot live Tltnivllla Intermediate for Miami points.NoaTHHOeltn. at SKIS p.m. ;

Hampers packed for shipment to dl.. Senator and Mrs TAliaferro of Jacksonville forever, so lie might. well enjoy himself ---.-- -_ . --- -.
tant friends. took dinner with President and ns much as he OlanoV'e would do Leave Tltusvllle Jacksonville at 1M: p.m.
likewise If had the means. May he and Intermediate point. The Oldest Established Grain fled Sewl House In the Sun-
ROBT. J.. MOTLOW Mr*. Kouwivrlt and a select party on Friday we
live anti die happy. e TltnsTllto for Sanford I:06: am
last The president was especially long -- --
TITUSV1LLE and COCOA FLA. cordial to Senator Taliaferro. The dinner Arrlve.Tttu.vlllbfrom Sanford -. too p.... YUII>BA

wan an loforml l affair, and greatly Cherokee Clnb Dane. -CVV-cl.: A. Sours::: : <2z Co.

::EI:. c. HA"CT:: 7T T, enjoyed by the Ieaprell nL. Amongthe Florida ,

other guests Iln.tr presw.t were SecretaryRoot and Mrs The members of the Cherokee Club Magazine, 1p GRAIN HAY AND SEEDS
Senator senator GARDEN
r Artesian Well Contractor, Ilansborongh, Senator Gamble Mrs. will give a final dance for this year. at ,

Ilobsoo Mla Root and Miss. Roosevelt the Opera house, Titusville. on Thursday
l ..Dealer In.. evening next, Deo. 26th, when, a full Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers
Aermotora,Tanks and Pumping attendance of members and their friends An Illustrated Literary Monthly. ,
I Th. Culture Club.The .
I i Machinery. Progressive-- I. requested. Old members of the Club ..2f-f.. M1_ 112 Ea Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, :FLA.
also \i
are Invited on this occasion. j
DKLAND, '- FLORIDA. Culture Club will discontinue Agts.: forf urtna Feed. Warehouses t i
: J' Progressive on tracks of 8. A. l. U'y. and Plant Sl'telll'>
Its meetings until the first Monday Senator Quay cod the Indian ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
: /' .a FJ.orl.c1a: tea. In January, 180J: when a full meeting -
"
Is desired, and then work.of readingthe
I GREAT DISCOVERY. English Literature will\ again betaken Because It Is said Senator Matthew S. '

/Irl i 1 i KxhlblMd In pnseniM of Judge Christie, Prosecuting up. The club rooms will still remain Quay has a strain of Indian selected blood In his 'Address : \VORMSivwEH!! lFCifcliHoMlaQnantttr.
by
I rll, Attorney of the Criminal Court of Davl open, and all members wishing veins, he was' recently a partyof R
i County Fl..nd: Jiwksiinvlll. ri.. Lees books. or magazines will be able to get Canadian Indians to present them to .,,,
, ; .
it
i t' latter of Testimonials tae Curm of CoMnmp.tlrm President Roosevelt Even among the
Caurrb Aatbma..to., from >ora. ortW thorn from the librarian. G. D. ACKERLY, PUBLISHER.
IJ most prominsntcittaana of the IT a I tod 8rsts. KATE PRITCIIAf", Sec'y. Indiana Senator Quay laM numerous For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Rene less t
ArcnU, both exec. $1 ...0...*trial friends.
'' _C>>LI DT _.
'. Jacksonville Florida. LoLl .'Vca.ca.zoro;
purltaip., 2R cent*. AddraMft, ,
f I WILUa R. YOUNG JACKSONPILLE.PGA.:- House for Sale. Pr'p"sd hy""' ", JAMES F. BALLARD, S t Lou I s.
r Clothing Cleaned<< Dyed<<

I -If you want good results, you will A nine room bouse; ,' nicely finished I Dray ing. -- --- -- - -- --- ,--- -
\, find the ADVOCATE an excellent adver and In good condition, located near the Pressed! and Repaired. Ladies' dresses" -- ---- - --

I' Using medium. eourt house, on the corner of Palm and a specialty. Address, Praying or hauling of all kinds promptly -
I ,, Palmetto 8.... Apply on promises or to SAM FKHKIXS: attended to. Meets all trains. Stove THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

f py> Reading notice ads. on this page I M. U. la DODSOX, Magnolia Avenue and tub Street, wood supplied. .
i are live cents per line per week. 8m Tltusvllle\ Fla. P. O. Box: : 255. Sanford, Fla. ALFRED UADLET Tltnsvllle. Prints all kinds of :Commercial; Hrtlonery, Wedding Stationery. Cards, :Bill, Eta J




t



''t rf 1 1





.. ....-.. .



I




< .?.bnas, 1901. '1J)11 ntt .sQ t1.t lc ull:'. JJC1Uc, \ \\., 1110,..h
_ _
-- n - ._, .. ---- -- .. --- --- ___ ,
/
--
-4 ,
'
+1'

THE NEW YEIW "


:fQR FAMfp
t


FATHER TIME ( LOQUITUR ) t T &tf ,, r 8Ss";a.C *.


MY SICKLE DROOP LOW, MY !SAHD GLASS R1ttlOJ -3


I (Anl[ LIfT MY SILVERED MEAD ' .It'Ei:'"


AS FAST DOWN THE HILL BILLS COME: TO HE SNAILLik t LA : --: .


FORTHTELEMG YEAH I IS DEAD; ( > -= \ '

,,,
BUT NEVER A REST OR A PAUSE HAVE I e> '.
>J
'=-
AND ON i nuyr LIVE WHILE THE HAPPY DI IE.I .. 't! i'


!..........,

.

I WONDER AND DREAM, OF THE CRYSTAL STREAM PRICE Bo.


THAT FLOWS WHERE THE ANGELS BE ,
office. merit of their two famous summer hotolaIn -

THE DYINC. GUIDE TO ITS WHISP RINO\ TIDE TB when success New In York his State.new venture We wish him every

.' &y
'
V/HICH/ LEADS TO ETERNITY . PNKXTitvllle. tn consequence! of the pressure upon
; -: our space we can not Insert I hotel arrivalsat
.
,
...."J ,-'. a less rate than live cents per line per
> "
BUT ,NEVER A. REST OR A PAUSE HAVE I I. ':t'\! : : ' daughM week- week. S
Mrs. Whltfleld former
' <' a housekeeper

AND ON I MUST LIVE WHILE' THE HAPPY DIE. :}t.. :,;,, :. :; ,\ the bolllly. of Hotel the Coquina Indian River Ortnond hotel Is Tttusvllle now occupy, and

... '' lie lug a similar position at the Hotel Colonnades .
tl\; .' .5A Seabreeze.

(700 Intther Manager Jas. P.Vlnlng, of Hotel Ores
:: we look Wllllamstown MUM., Is now takinga
'<'y it.ier rest at Ormond with his WU.'j and,
meanwhile he Is looking flue
bund orange grove at that place.In .
ff' -'f 'raent ol
) ? I + f IE Ivlsor. reply to northern subscribers, we
hoed may state that Hotel Despland Daytona;
In and Hotel Colonnades and the Clarendon

< ;,.H fc'p V V > I stationI charge Inn Beabreese, are now open and entertaining i
al'L See 7th
** -> guests. page.
-
jixV \*, < Headers, take note of the hotel. now'
i IN rnjfciT X. i-known
3t *:s -. .- tf 'M. Vt5tTHE open and advertised on our 4th and 7th
_____ (Inca Its.Indian pages. Do not look around for other
> | hotels, for the host hotels are generally:
?
;I advertised In the pink paper of Florida.

7 e: COA8Tprinting The Graham hotel Falatka, now fronts
) BELL CHINES RING OUT WITH CLAMOROUS SHOUT\/ n order on Water street, opposite the postoffloe
S and the olftoe of the Ooklawaha her

'i THE RACE DOWN THE HILL BEGUN ; plan< to*. steamboat well equipped oflloe.rooms The and Graham many Improvements has fifty t 1

s Annteir for the season of 1001. Lee A: Ne
AND MELODIES RING IN MEASURES THAT BRING Klnnk .' are now the proprietors.

Judge Manager O. W. Rlpley, of Hotel Slpl-
= A NEW YEAR TO EVERY ONE ; t Jones oan, Marion, Masa., 'has *arrived at De- ;
!home top
; ; N Land, with his help, and be will open

k .. PAUSE H\VE 1 return the College Arms to-morrow (Saturday). S
# ; RUT NEVER A REST OR A Albany, Mr. Rlpley) a hotel manager of oonsld-

19 arable experience, and the College Arms
FOR ON I MUST LIVE WHILE THE OLD YEARS DIE. io have has an excellent: : reputation among the ;
tourists
aunt by

inditionThe At the Ocala house Ocala some veryelaborate
4. r)'. preparations for the coming
>heavy, golf season have been made. A professional -
P 55f WORLD I IS FAIR; i e feat. Instructor baa been' Mad for t
:S BUT IF THERE BE: CARE, YET THE i.. Thee eDi : .
Chicago
the season-Mr. J. S. Pearson of ,,
f k N hands -and the home club possesses many
AND WORK IS THE tl/RE OF PAIN ; tried.incr.nag. In. excellent players. :The course Is .a very t

I \\t; TOILING WILL BLESS WITH ITS STEWl CARESS ., ..- One one. ,
: AND L operaIt. Mr. A. M. Taylor manager of the Alcazar .
( Cailoo St. Augustine has arrived
*, HE TASK DONE WITH STRESS AND STRMN; I COST From New York where. he became Interested
4 In avaluable, patent out of which

". SO ON'TO MY JOUnWY III PEACE 00<< It \ the a millionaire.AnvocATB hopes Hit charming to see him wife become, noBompanlua -

him and they are making/
WHILE OTHERS MUST LIVE" AND AT LAST MW DIE.a their headquarters' at Hotel Alcazar for
x Opinion the winter,

100.0IK\ Hotel Indian River Rookledge under
"
l x t 4I/ b those the able management of Mr. Arthur L.diarslr .
IL t f) x>k for. manager of the famous Hathaway

IfftRJIB) w. wifEEUEB I urn. innum.. I..n. Deal ....acb. N. J., I Is now open.
The hotel bus. been thoroughly renovatedFrom
roof to basement at an expense of
[ J several thousand dollars, and old time
v. tj j. 'S : J'. guests will see a big change In this house '

; .......- pkling I upon their arrival head ad.on 7th page

The New Kockledge hotel Rookledge
( jJ \ IADVOf' under the popular management/ of Mr.
4 S' I '
ver,) Horace U. Shares son ot the owner Is
4J. able now open, III will be seen by the ad.on
u Day. our 7th page.: This ls a ooal and well
,ardentPll&te mown hostelry fitted with all the latest
I.\ mprovements, [Inoludingsteam beat hot I
l
,r 'berriesThey or cold baths etc. There' will also be a
Irst-clas orchestra on band this winter.roJanuary .
\Cook- iiitb: the rates will be 92.60
\ \ V.\ .. j. for his jer day and upwards Do not fall to atop
t off at uookludge on your way south Atthat
place you will see some of the most
(atn.Morris. Iwaullful orange. groves In the State.

:. Mr. John Anderson of the firm of Anierson -
U le fe Price, of hotel Orraond, has
*, returned to Ormond for the winter. fles
; b ..1 yearsheap.. accompanied by his father General B.
.If 31t X Sk r, t a j. a, y .'. Anderton. During. the past summer' "t

Fia.ramee. Mr. Anderson and his partner Mr. J. 1).
[rice, have been managing the Mount
Pleasant house one of the most famous
totels In the White Mountains where an
intnense tourist business was done last

lumraer. Mr.Anderaonstayedupinthe,
Photo.rt rYhlte Mountains until the toe ana snow
< Las. Irove him further south; and ,now he
'
ged t'; ; ind Mr. Price are basking In Florida
--- .Pi t f"T JrFl'atrr' 4!! OfT etntwrwtjrteit-. an com d..lr.1.
.n -r-nr"1JJ88r'a.
.tunsblo la their beautiful
Is size and flnlehed In any style oraogegroves
second petition.to none.Our Dry We Goods want department your business I rnillhed Cottage at Itockledga. 700 McFarland Fruit Troteotlon Co; Florida view for sale. Work finished it Ormond

because we need it. We guarantee satisfaction cottage tents, all sizes at 20 per cent off regular for amateurs at trade prices. There will be a grand dance at Hotel i
Yacht Skipper. and pay all freight charges A furnished containing seven bedrooms price.; Immediate,, delivery; made bywell.koowm r M. T A 1't.oR. Alcazar t.lc. Augustine tomorrow night f
for baa four
rent Cottage Fla.
rooms, Tltusvllle
McFarland process of waterproofing and acknowledge receipt
Dont 'send that order to Chicago until furnished sitting (Saturday), we
dining
''Northern wants Co.It' room and ralldowprooflogt' hoop., of the following" Invitation front Manager
roan experienced: : you try us. J. R. WALKBK it kitchen. Is In fine condition.
position on gentleman's small yacht. ; Tltusvllle, Fla.WALTON room and Information to stakes and lamp furnished' with each AMONG' ,HOTELS.Where ,Fos. P. Greavest "The management of
for
L WAL.TBB. : SAWN Write toot, all ready to erect. The only absoLute Hotel Alcazar request the honor of the
CAmdeaN.3.: JJ. WHITE protection to an orange tree againsta of Mr. Chas II. Walton Tltttsrllle -
30 North 23th street, CALBING'TOOL of presence
: boatbullders one and Roekledge, Fla.IMneappIe freeze No more to be bad at these( I to stop along the Kant Coast. at a dance to be given In the hotel
the beat tblotts for
See list of hotel on 7th
prices. Address, page. parlors on Saturday evening, December
Hone', W oted. yachtsmen For sale -at; price/....Pritchard..00 and $8.00 A Sou's each., Plantation For Sale. WM. M. Buowg,.Tltusvi1Ie,111* i The ADVOCATE Is DOW' on lie at all :tath, Wl, at nine o'clock.''.. This Is the
-' Tltusvllle Fla. ; the best hotels In New York,a,|lt,. H>mmenc m.ot of the dances at this )
I want a good gentle. horse, about fashionable and popular winter resort,
1,100 or 1,200 pounds. State particulars Pineapple plantation fronting on In* De lraMe Property at Kockledge I Where to top In Tltusvlllef See' TI. aDd those who are lucky enough to re-
and. lowest cash" prlco to :' For Sale or F 3Ian River, containing; ) acres, V acres For Sale.' tusvllle hotel ad on our 7th PU.. e.I.:; an Invitation, may rest assured x
U. STV CLAIR NISBXTT,' ender cultivation; partly shedded. Goal enjoyable ,,even-
The Breakers Palm Beach,U now open hey will spend a very
Indtanota,. Fla. An eight room house In a desirable 7-room bouse, also packing house and Located Indian m.er.on mile from for the ,with Mr. Lehtad gterrya ng. We have attended thane dances before -
. ,fr!; ; ., . location on Rldgtwood Avo., Daytona. I shipping facilities For particulars postoQoe and hotels Fifteen acres of aislstant season manager.Mr. and we know wbeeof..we. ..peak.lm.hle .
F. W. Wilt.
' Sale. Address -. ipply : land nearly five bund red feet rlvor frontage
Stove. Wood-For L. M.M0BBAT, Box: : 13".1.it Jensen, Fla. i ; high rocky bank with heavy native P. B. Saurex who was In Saratoga Dairy Farm For Sale.
I Twelve planted all the summer I I..* the chief clerk at the
Fl* hammock growth. acres
tLeave jour orders for wood at CarrolrsAkre Daytona .
I Yawl--- In citrus trees l Including numerous New Kockledge hotel Rookled,.. Cocoa sod
TUusvtlle. A.P. OBCBEB.: I Located at Rockledge.: Thisroperty
\ ; Launch For Sale. varieties of .orange, grapefrul', tanger- The UlblMma hotel Taint Beach under i > inclodes 60 acres of laud -a.touse t
Sloop. 38ft deck, 31-flft on keel, toes, lemons sod limes varying In age the management; of Mr. ,A. E.! Johnson , of furnished com
eight room
,Empty Sugar; and Rice 'n ..rrela. The Cabin Launch Dawn 3H feet long, ll-urt. beam; draught,. 2- fti eabln, ,' from old oeariafir trees to three-ysar-ohi will open on or about the 8th of II ilete; dairy house 10x3U feet, with 1
: :- 7 feet beam draft 2 J Inches, drop sash 14ft.; haad-room 0ft Two 6ft. berths bode; guavas and bananas, also .In bearIng January.Mr. cement floor with separator aqd churn
= ':70 sale. Address windows forward, mahogany finished >n each side good mattresses, pillows Artesian well with water mains 73: head of Jer-
E. B ml. of 'two led to ran with power;
WALTBK A- MOOBB. and through the Attractive Harry manager
M atensll and hydrant grove.
S Aloe l bedding, stsve, cooking
Vapor
t 7 norse head of heifers one dl
: throughout power milch BO
cows
hotel at N. P., formerlyof ey
Flagler Nassau
"' 8 St. Charleston,8.C. anchors nine-room residence, two sottageapackinghouses
George Two
hour. In dillbee 4 toilet. barns
mile ; for the
_ ,.,' ,1 motor speed nine per perfect ;; persons tool bOOM, wharf and Uockledge.'haa been engaged" to eon- pan of nicies, and stalls t
order. Used one season on the East sable, tender; good running rigging and Alsoin
> Bedford .took three wagons one boggy.
oared duct the hotel at Springs,
well
summer
)ltii:, llllditcb 86e'm ia'undq. Const of Florida! Reason for selling new tails and patent steering gear; 4 small boat-bouse. Property Pav next Mr. Hernia, who le regarded orange grove of 200 tree, half of ?'
antifurther Good for for and Io good condition throughout year I
old don't leak. reason
r" .. < I'!" i sodden death of owner. For price fears ; For an extremely man vhlob are In bearing. For particulars
for as >
lave of Southern ayply to setting. Address" Satisfactory reasons selling. associatedwith LArtr tx. r,
1 ,\ utre' will ofiM particulars aDd further Information apply to bae ben for the past tan years iddress, ARTHUR
' UOoQlIOB .8ftOT11l1l&I' G. V Hoofia, I price Flo.Clu .
,:' EXPTSMCd.veryTu6day, morning, : Cocoa,
1 Brother In the
Tltosvllie his. the Smiley manage
.:. $%\ *' .B. W. JOWTBS, Ajrt. ) Call Ctallle, Fla. Box Jacksonville, J'Ia.. 1 "S. care ADVOCATE, rt

.
,
.'I' \

1(; 1 7!


r ,

,' ':'
I ,
.' 'iJ/iil' Jd.,, ... / ".'..ti'' ',.,! J.,:,; ,.''fX..4" . . j Hr-rfi. ..."..,., _. ... SSS -" ', ., '" A "
B-'I"'I'( vk. .. _".JJ' __ 1> '......._ _..JI; . -- -,._- -....



W '''' !ill ,, ,,_,..." . p" .. ," " or ... \
,
,,
"".' . ,' ,,1ItI.,,..'",,'..... ,, __' ,' : "... "'" _,," " ''_'' '_' .., ." .. , .. .." '.
"
"






t


{ J.olUxuZ SSOldJ t 1r. l.elU ftitt'f 1002. -

fj (tul.6tuuu .. 1001. > _..-_-
::: ____ - _
rich in both. Scores of cab fought In lua
CURMUDGEON* sat in his garden at nights a* well, but -he did not
Visitors who cannot J. villa and cursed Christ r- know which was Felix' cat. If he had he
Ile cursed the would have singled it out for the
compli largest
call at our stores should write for a
.LD 1 of the season; he cursed lump of coal. How wan he to know the
catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs waifs he cursed Christmas Curmudgeon s ChristmasBy Felix's brat?
ci j- "
(these with extreme "Mr. Curmudgeon she whUpered, putting
celoW unction) ; lie cursed the Yule. her"lip to his car, "IW. come. I in,

log; he cursed turkey and goose plum pudding ALFRED HURRY 'iiologize.
112 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville; also at and mince pie, snap-dragon and Santa "01! What for?"

St. Augustine Palm Beach and Nassau. Claus-in short, he cursed Christmas and. "For muddying your tlotliea. IW .a lor.
all its joys! ry. It runned away with me."

"Rap, rap, rap, rap, rap!" "What runned away with you?"
THE ANHEUSER 6DSGH A whole-eouled knock at the street door<< r---_........ ""'" "My mail cart. It was Wilberforce's,
1i Curmudgeon cursed IliA IIIO '"uu".__.,1..__" ..._..,.., ;in-. really, He so naughty; 0, Iar._. 'r...iirmiirttronn w..w,1 I IIA WAa ftn .Tuanirlilv. -....j ...,.,...... t I Lad
If YOtTARRI tercepting the maid In the hall, growled out instructions that he wa out. to'lIB.him and it runned into your legs.
Brewing Asso's.I "Out be hanged! cried a voice through the letter box "Bowled out, you meanl! to speak severey remembered that yesterday he had been surprised by a shock behindthe

I or apY' 1 see you, Curmudgeon, by" the bat rack. Open the door, my son, or I'll play a tin- Curmudgeon knees. and turning wrathfully! bad discovered an alarmed infant with a mail

Famous St. Ixmls Keg and Bo*. COCK'Santeed whistle Curmudgeon on the doorstep.opened the door and confronted his neighbor like a thunderstorm that Cart", n'rrx1tfl'\ growled.frightened 1--I1t0ldtdn't hurt. I wasn't angry, Maidie"

fled Beer : ) had made a mistake in the season. Relieved to hear that the old gentleman's looks had belied him, Maldie kissed hill

Bold by Mesnr F. A. Lesley and FII "Now, sir, what the dev-" both 'e'e. Curmudgeon blinked and stifled a despairing "Ughl"!
R. L. Motlow,Tltu.Tllle.ru. I "Devil be hanged!I" quoth Felix, bursting into the hull like a forlorn hope througha in "Now, ladies and gentlemen," said, Felix! "I am about to douse the glim-I mean ,-
"This is Christmas eve-Christmas eve, Curmudgeon! Good old Christmas aloud please Now Geoff I
.. breach. the out. :No kissing : ready. with
By Mr R. I.. Motlow,Coooa. ria. HUNCanat! eve! Good old Santa Claus! Good old Curmudgeon! Join in the chorus, and 111 tip the 1 am about l ?"to turn gas I

you a stave." Almost before the younger gentlemen had had time to range themselves. by the.
,JOSEPH ZAPF Ho lifted up his voice and sang: Bide of the younger ladies the room was dark and Oeoff s magic lantern wa In opera-

"God rest you merry gentlemen. ton; and the hands of the youths found the hands of the maidens.A .
Sole Agent. Till daylight doth appear!" skeleton flashed on the screen. Geoff with youthful prodigality, had given hU
member of the stock exchange he had been toasting Christmas, and from the
I Felix was a ; de reactance first. Chorus of delight younger spectators and cries of
ng jtr" had been boys together; so that there wan really no excuse for piece
he and Curmudgeon
010 to 020 West Bay Street ducks mock terror from Felix.
inquiry as to whether Felix bad mistaken his semidetached Iii ?" atm small.
that merry gentleman's "I' not frightened, Mr. Turmmlgcon, you whispered a voice..
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Mr. '* villa for the county asylum. Felix laughed like rude Boreas in a good humor, and his Curmudgeon se reassured the sinnll owner of the voice It tickled his! ear. He

recentlyof laugh would have made a charity school forget its misery writhed like a red Indian at tile stake.A .
Indiato But it was lost on Curmudgeon. He had made up bis mind to celebrate Chrlstmalleve depicted.
boor at bay was
Titus by a cheerful grizzle over his solitary fire and a festive growl over his solitary "0, look, Mr. Turmudijeon I Just look at that pretty pig-o-o-hl and that naughty
3
T ; HEAR A TAYLOR 20 ducks "
Mr. 'I eupper."What on earth do you! want at this unearthly hour" he asked. peevUlily. "And butcher A frightened man! face burrowed in (Curmudgeon neck.

Artesian WellCONTRACTORS wentquulog what do you mean by this unearthly behavior" he added, savagely. "Give us something pretty, Geoff," cried Felix. "We don't want blood and bones
and The maid beamed in the background but, catching Curmudgeon fiery eye, she Give us the clown whacking the pantaloon with his tannages. That'sit .
Christmas eve
.
r kitchen and cheered herself with'the thougU that Robert or.
1/ 's to Tltoj, fled to the underground lIt: him again Joey!"
to would bo oft duty at ten. shook the chandelier.
I( i mays' Unearthly hour! Good heavens, man, it isn't half-pant seven, and tomorrow'sChristmas "Tomfoolery A shout of laughter," muttered Curmudgeon. "Grown-ups are worse than the children."

Y;. 't9 Ban Galas Fla. Dr. K,. - .!" . "Isn't it funny" whispered the still l
uing ws "I don't care whether it's seven o CIOCK.eleven ;, small voice hs Geoff worked the slide for
week, at o'clock or one o'clock, or whether worth .
all he was and the sausage flickered
.
.
x -- -- - -- -- was all,1have to-morrow's. Christmas day or Judgment 1like cycle spoke

stet day.' I believe Felix that this house is And, behold it was funny Curmudgeonwas
have be* mine. What do you want?" petrified to find himself laughing.

Citrus Trees. Dr. EJ: "Yon!" roared Felix, and the hall gas What had come to him? Was he a little
few daft flickered as he laughed. "We want you to boy with a frill round his neck, and wu
in next door and help us to be festive
with tw come the voice in his ears Nesta's, and were
free. I've got 'a few pals, and the
and diet and they sitting with papa and mamma at
The Dasquall missis has got a few pals, and as for Geoff Sadler's Wells
i and Maidie, they've got all the children of No. That was half a century ago. He

1,000 boxes of Citrus Fruits-84 varieties l . they hose' the terrace. Slip on your coat, man", to - p had stood at Baby Nesta's grave with her

-will be marketed from our orchards to keep" out" the blizzard, and come along. : children. And he'Curmudgeon, wan nota
with qtti'' 1- little boy with a rosy laDe and an appe-
I
and nurseries this season. An excellent ter I "Come along!" / tite fur bread and milk any longer, but a
_"
chance for prospective orange grower* TheBNorton lonely old man whose collars were deridedby
li to test fruit and select vailelles.[ t j "Come alongl"Curmudgeon an irreverent generation. Amid the
groaned, and came along
All prominent sub-troplcal fruit trees street, ]K like a snail unwilling. He hated most laughter Another one picture.sigh was The breathed.whisper went
Roses and ornamentals In stock. LooonidL. he hated children.
things but especially "
,
F.s ? Hoed. round the room: "Darby and Joan! Thetoo
free N" lIe closed his street door behind them "in withered faces clone together drew

GlenCatalogue orlgIaalllreported. tony silence. another laugh from the darkened room,
said Felix. "We'll kick
{ Mary Nurseries "Come along, and another sigh from the old man.

,,, CATS, ii up our heels" tonight and be boys again- A cheek was pressed against his, as in
hold up! the picture, and :Maidie whispered, with a
herb ao
G. L. Taber Prop. Curmudgeon was already kicking up his
They lit gurgle: at the quaint conceits"We's
criminal had made
heels. Home juvenile a
GLEN ST. MARY, FLA. gloriousled slide before his very gate. Curmudgeon's 7 Darby and Joan Mr."Tnnnudg-
I love
they eon oo-oo pretty man.
feet' flickered in the starlight on a level
: this ballcelled with Felix's shoulder, Bad but for Felix's Curmudgeon gasped. It was a long time
t..t support he would gleefully have flung him- since anyone had felt moved to remark
they .hO that they loved him. The dark room
self on his back In the snow.
Orange Lemon severalducks 1 "A slide!" said Felix. "Hooray! Come turned to a sunny old garden. In the shadeof
at Curmudgeon!" the trees hung a swing, in which two
on,
they got He took a short run and a long' slide children nestled. a fair-haired little boy
HaulovqMc and knocked a terraceful of postman' and a baby: belle with dark eyes and cW

knocks. He was so pleased at, this performance terlng curls. Curmudgeon knew the little
boy but the little girl ah, Winnie. She
that he gave birasulf. an enthusiastic ;
Grapefruit, aoJbeoretar j encore, and slid till ho had made a came from; the garden next door, and they
were sweethearts. Where. was Winnie
20-foot death .
trap.Curmudgcoa
A Child Climbed on Ills Knees.
In stood shivering and unen- now? Was she keeping Christmas withfrrandchildren
Kumquats. ; of climbing on her knee__ or-.
thuaiustic. He did not approve grown --- -0- -
her of m men making fools of themselves and slides 'before other people's gates, and told Felix waiting for it in Kensal} Green?
Fine, heavy stock;; one and two-yeer r No..OO'J so in language that was forcible and free "Hallo Curmudgeon, buck up! What's the matter?" I

r old buds and grafts; on sour orange, lemon J.t "All right; I've ,done now," said Feliaand :. "Ill send the boy out to throw someenurnaovxo. The magic lantern was over, and the room bright with light.
and trlfollata stock. A full line of young rd over itbore." "Nothing! Buck up yourself, Felix Let's play blind man's buff-and I'll be blind
docldlous fruit trees ornamentals ter Mas< He the despairing Curmudgeon into his bright ball Tom, the page of all man."
i etc. bneioeejannual' work, went out to throw sand over the slide; and did it so thoroughly that 20 minutes A shriek of joy from the children.. Mrs. Felix's: eyebrows went up. Codger, Cocky.waY .
; Send for new catalogue and price list, later, when a.demand arose for his services, they found him, after a quarter of an and Buffer gugped.
giving full particulars for selecting varieties cers, t hour's calling and ringing, the lender of a string of butcher's boys, and baker's boys, When blind man's buff palled they played hunt the slipper and puss in the corner;
and planting cultivating, etc. J., R. WsCnrruthf and poulterer's boys, sliding before the house. oblivious tin all the world. and, finally, when they had exhausted all the recognized games and themselves, they
But long before this Curmudgeon had been welcometl in the drawing-room hilariously played go as you please and romped indincriminately. Felix, in a dunce's cap from a
Ocklawaha Nurseries derv, J It'urer' Codger and l Cockywax and Buffer had wrung him *>y the hand and slapped. hinton bonbon, told impromptu fairy tales to a charmed circle; and Codger, in a Red Riding
t liugltextDeuouni K the back, Mrs.' Felix and Mrs. Felix' gossips had winlied him a "Merry Christmas," Hood costume, from the same wardrobe, played the famous heroine to the life; while
i I O. CONNER, Prop and a horde of children, white-frocked and velvet-suited had hailed him as a man Curmudgeon's impersonation of the wolf knocked Laurl into a cocked hat.

TANGERINE, KLOIRDA. j;I end a "gran'papa." Then they had supper, and, "for the first time for five-and-twenty years, sir," Cur-
t Jeuoou j
"And now," said Felix, standing on the hearthrug and beaming like a winter sun, mudgeon ate a mince pie. lie was incited to this outrage on his digestion by Maidie,
R. E. MlRoberta "let us be happy." who sat on his knee munching her third, and strewing his trousers with crumb

\\\ / / It Whereupon Curmudgeon, snubbing Codger and Cocky wax and :Mm. Felix impartially And later, when Maidie and Geoff had gone to bed, and the other children had depArted
f \ nstallaileo. was retired into himself. and the most obscure onrmor of the room, and looked as under the escort of rosy-cheeked nursemaids, and Mrs. Felix and her gossips
) happy as Daniel in the den of lions A small child pin sued him and tried to tug him were discussing the affairs of the terrace, and Buffer had fallen asleep, Felix and
2?
baswhere ,\ in front of the fire, but, finding that Curmudgeon stuck to his corner like a periwinkleto Codger and Cockywax played many keen rubbers ef whist; and Curmudgeon, who loved
by
a to bin shell, gave up the attempt and climbed on his knee. whist. but hated losing halfpence, lost eightpence with cheeriness of a jubilee plunger.
their. wh ohl"! said Curmudgeon with forced mirth. Ife would 1 rather have had }black Somewhere about midnight a faint wail was wafted from the upper regions, and
I. beetles crawl over him than children. But "Boh!I" raid! the small child, with a shriek Mrs. Felix, rushing up, returned with the intelligence that Maidie was as wide awakens
/ auggealI&8onlo of delight. She held! a sprig of mistletoe, and, standing on Curmudgeon's knee, she noonday, and initiated on Curmudgeon's going up to sing her to aleep. Curmudgeon -
ter give held it over his bend and kissed him moistly. in the lefty eve: after which atrocity she detested being Interrupted at whist, and he was nothing of a singer, but he
ex lost her balance and fell at full length on the rug. They picked her up, and, hesitating vent up like a Briton and sang "Three Blind Mice" and "Frog He Would AWooingGo
yeaoclafsk for an anxious moment whether to laugh or cry, she laughed! like a set of musical bell,. ," and told the Homeric tory of the "Brave Tin Soldier," till at length, promisingto
no play "Maidie's not hurt Mr. Turmudgeon," she said Ho reassure him. Curmudgeon marry him when she was "growed up"-in a year and a half at the outside. -Maidie
refrained from expressing his disappointment, and she Captured him by escalade once fell asleep.
I:laiMr ,more and established. herself on his knee, and. the ronqpany, who had crowded roundat
.: / her fall. dispersed. ('hri tm311 broke had
nf" i bright and clear. Curmudgeon, drowsily wondering how he
r'Ye ;\ "I know you!" she said, confidentially got there, turned over in bed and listened to the "Sweep yer door, mum?" of the
l T., "Indeed! growled Curmudgeon. "Well, I don't knew you, you know.:: atreet boys and the scraping of their spades. Annually, on every Christmas morning
proapel'OdlaoQoran "What!" cried Mrs. Felix, who was watching with maternal pride. "You don'tknow it had been his custom to turn over thus and breathe anathemas on the day. But this
our Maldie? I" am shocked :Mr. Curmudgeon Hlis's passel) you with her road Christmas morning he murmured something that may have been a curse, but which
PLANT GOOD CHRER his room cart scores of times. certainly sounded like a "Good old Christmas! lIe had neither headache nor heart.che -
In the hearts of your' guests Regale tiprlDg1hatU1blltf "0, $Indeed!" said Curmudgeon trying to feign intercut in his tormentor and, tucking himself up almost wondering why "mamma" didn't come and do i it

( your friends withWINES form. I Score of children raised him scores of time :with paul l ear*-.the terrace :was for !him, Curmudgeon felt young again.-London Black and White,
/*
.. u.
ii I AND LIQUORS ', Ulbbe"lbut he

from our stock and they will have ample souraches

k reasons to pleasantly remember, their w

_ visit. OurHOLIDAY GOODS Inbaisikohief.'tg1

i rued bitwaa
have been selected with the greatestcare

and we nave a superb line to select very .
-- --- -- .
from. .. .
Our prices cannot fall to please you. DIM t. ,-_ '-"Nr ..w..w-" spend part.or-the."mmet-thne.-. :---- .-,, (IJ They make buying easy Tallaferro. , Flakier Is well aware that he cannot live Leaves Tltuirllle Intermediate for Miami and at a:OS p.m. Baoi.'Stree ;" .iincLE. FLA

Hampers packed for shipment to distant Senator and Mrs. of Jacksonville forever, so he might a* well enjoy himself points.NOBTHKOCXD.,
friends. took dinner with President and as much AS be oao. We would do Lear Tltnsvllls for Jacksonville at 1-M p.m.
ROUT. I.. MO'l'LOV.TITU Mrs. Roosevelt and a select party on Friday likewise If we had the means. May he and Intermediate points. The Oldest Established Grain and Howl House In the !State.PDHIHA1 ,
last. The President was especially live long and die happy. o Tltusville for Sanford > .. <' TM: a.0I .
I VItL'E and COCOA FLA. cordial to Senator Tallaferro. The dinner Arrives TltosvllTb from Sanford i,, 1:20: p.m | -

was an Informal affair, and greatly the :
:EJ:. CXArtesian:EJ.A."V'IIJN": : enjoyed by guest present. Among
the other guests ent were Secretary Florida Magazine
Root Senator Roar Senator and Mrs. The member of the Cherokee Club ,
,
Well Contractor, Hansborough, Senator Gamble Mrs wlllllore" final dance for this. year at GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,
Hobson, Mlsa Root and Miss Roosevelt. the Opera house Tllusvlll*., on Thursday
..Dealer In.. evening next, Deo. 2Kh, when a full Flour

Aermotors Tanks and Pumping Th Pror.... 1 I. requested. Old members of the Club
Machinery. Culture ale also invited on this occasion. JLiJy, 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FL.i. ,
.
DxLAND '- FLORIDA. The Progressive Club will discontinue Apt; forl'urlna Feed. ,I
I Warehouses on tracks of 3. A. I- U'y. and Plant !51'11I
Its meetings until the lint Mon. .
Senator Quay mod the Indian ONE DOLLAR A
A. :J7111Cr:1C1.a.: ]: il< ing la desired and then work.of reading "
GREAT DISCOVERY.Exhibited the English Literature will again betaken Because It Is said Senator Matthew S.
Quay has a strain of Indian blood In his X T WHITE'SVERMIFUGE CREIV \
The club will still
In preoenoo of Judas Chrl.tle. Pro* up. rooms re- .
ecvtlDK Attorney. of the Criminal Court of Do- main open and all members wishing veins he was recently selected by a partyof Address: V ORMS t !
val County, P4.,and Juksonvllle. Fl... t. eIattsre book magazines will be able to Canadian Indians to present them to
Toetimunikls ., or get ,
of of the Cures of OoBsomp.Ion. President Koosevelt Even the B.a
thorn from the librarian. among 0 D. ACKERLY Mnttla QnandtT.
Catmrrh, Asthma etc. Iron come of Uiswuet PUBLISHER.
prominent clticans "f tint United 8'ate KATY: PKITCHARII, Seo'y. Indians Senator Quay has numerous For 2u Years Has Led afll Worm Rene les. t 4e.
2tI".I': :", wanted, ft |weka(*i trial friends.
t pwtL 9 Addrenn, Jacksonville, Florida. 0:z:.z: :8= ,a...:LL: z: ;1R.'V ca.ca.z_or_. .
Ll R. YOUNG JACKSONVILLE, FCA, House for Sale.A PfePa"d br""" ". s.
Lou
Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, JAMES F. BALLARD, st.

-If you want good results you will nine room house,' nicely finishedand - Drajrlnir.Draylng -
find the ADVOCATE an adver Ladies' dressesa -- --- --- . _ ---
excellent In \good condition, located near the Pressed and Repaired. - --- --- -- ----- -- -
Using medium. court house, on the corner of Palm and specialty Address hauling of all kinds prompt ADCATB
Palmetto Sts. Apply on premises or to SAM PF.KKIXS, ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove THE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
Reading notice ads. on this page M. D. I.> DODBOX Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, wood supplied.

are live cents per line per week. 8m Titusvllle Fla. P. O. Box: 233. Sanford, Fla. ALFRED UADLET: Tltusrille.iuult Prints all kinds of 3onmercUl: UUlonery Wedding SuiUnery. Card., Bill Etc.FLoRIDA d

i



w


1 if 3

f

(.w :

__ ._-_ L - 1... 'w .: _ ,."'''. "
i _
-
t- -



....












(Chviutmns, inn t. l'qlt S0'1t1tJeUr. '
uZ 1)tlU !ttt1902.: .
-q .. -
..
*> Charlie<" lie followed the watch -with a that sJS."oT "tI'b'Mloh. ark '$JB& 'uvrilc- - Js .
ay your something on the card that will clearme ] "
MR.TEASER'S DILEMMA net of silver spoons and various other knick-- than those of commission.. and go away" b' "
1 knacks. "Come again?" said )lr, Teaser.. "fure!" and Mr. Teaser took the box and K -

L Bu WILLIAM WALLACE COOK Then, as he wax about to lower himself "'%'e'ht Jet it paw," answered the man in wrote this on the card: a7 '

-- out of the window hy which he hud' entered the pink pajamas "You may replace those "Knowing how superline are th* cigars :r.:>;o-
---- he heard u sharp, metallic "click" presents on the table." which o doting wife presents! to her loving
Mr. Teaser was a burgKir.One behind him. Turning with more haste than "Yen ..ir." and Mr. Teaser did so. "Now husband at Christmas time 1 have 1 nit i x- t

Christmas eve he went burgling grace he found himself looking' into the that I've done the handsome thing by you, other booty, and in rupture make off, \\Itli
and, in the drawing-room of the entered threatening barrel of a revolver you might let me go." thin box of Perfectos. *
)house, the rays from his bull's-eye liuiteni "Xot move!" ruinmunded a middle-aged "You have not done the handsome thing "Tom Teaser, lluiglnr" 5 y

fell across sundry presents laid out in a neat man in pink piijamim.' by me." "How's that?" asked Mr. Tenner. feuding w a r s
Array on a table. There was a box nt cigars. "Xow look at tlmt!" whimpf'redIr.:: how. bat the word aloud. 3co

Mr. :.Tenser was on the puint of setting the Tenser dropping l bark ngitinxt the wall. "It "You have left that box: of cigars., They "You're n humorist.cnlurcd the man .
]lantern down and putting the figure into looks like a grafter hadn't nq right to make ore a present! to me from my wife and-" in the pajamas. :

a capacious bag which he was currying when himself a Christmas present : none wot ever. here the man's voice quivered-"she will "I'm a \plain liar if there ever was one," 'r't S
lie discovered a card with these words written It's up to you, bos*. Y oti ve got the deadwood undoubtedly expect me to smoke them.! returned Mr. Tenner. !-1 ,, I :Ut Ro o

in a feminine hand: "For Charlie, from sure thin time!, yard and 1 cave grace Now then sir," and the voice grew stern "That's good) enough. Now climb out of t ET 1 1O
.., his loving wife." He dropped the box an ful." end determined "if you do not rob me of the window And make oil."

though it were something hot. "Two-fern," Not sO loud!! You'll wake my wife," said that box of cigars I will turn you over to the Mr. Tenser! was not slow] in doing so. AH e: ,, \
lie muttered; "friend-killem for Charlie" the man in the pink pajamas. authorities the man in the pink pajamas closed) the

Placing] the bull's-eye on a neighboring ""'ot'. the racket," whispered j Mr. Tea. "You don't expect me to smoke 'em?" window Mr Teaser whistled softly to himself u1a
chair its beams directed 1 upon the scene of ser. "No; I would not advise. any man to commit and skulked along the fence towards o
operations he dropped into his hug a gold "I've been watching you ever since you suicide even a burglar. You're in a the rear of the next house. Detroit Free J D1 kf .
watch in a plush] l cane, marked: "Klla: from came in." i aid the other "and I want towrmeet'8U fix and so am I. Take that box of cigar, Press. T s





//1 ., . .. I I ,
rr .. '. ,,":--:-:'" PRICE 5o.
: /}
: : - ,, : : --- 1

offlce. ment of their two famous summer hotel.'

iT. when In New York State. We wish, him every
success In his new, venture,

In consequence of the
CNRXTisvllle. pressure upon
our space we, cnnnot Insert hotel arrival
e at a lea rate than live cent per line per
daugb- week.'
aa week: "
Mr, Whltfleld former t
.J a housekeeper
\trft of the Indian River hotel Tltusvllle, and
/ the bolt Hotel Coquina Ormond In now, occupy

,n 1 ptm 3 ,i. .- ,y -1 \ 7 11,. He I onnade log a similar, Seabreeze.position at the hotel Col ,

s '
"
I e 100 I Inther Manager' Jan.r.Vlnlng of Ilotel Ore,.-

\ f weyit. lock Wllllamatown, Mnss., I la now, taking
aroitat Ormond, with his and
; ,
; "u1 ror band'tnent meanwhile, be Is looking wlte'r* tiDe

,aI of orange grove at that place.In ,

I i F visor. reply to northern subscriber, we

I I 1 laced 1 1I In may state that Hotel Despised, Daytona;
and< Hotel Colonnade and the Clarendon
station
> Inn Seabreeie, are now open and enter
e charge
-f- taining guest. See 7th page
I.
i
-.
l-known Readers take note of the hotel. now

Inca ltaI open and advertised on our 4th and 7th 1
I4dianCOAST page Do not look around for other
hotel*, for the beat hotels) are /generally.
Jfyr advertised In the pink paper of Florida.

printing The Oralmm hotel Fnlatka, now front f

.. .o tl n order on Water street. oppoaite the poitoffloe f
\ plane to and the ofllne of the Ooklawkba River .. ,

a i! .. steamboat, ofBco The Oraham has fifty "f
well
equipped rooms, and many Improvement ,
a Annie I Ikr for the season of l9U'i. Lee fc Nye i
I IIt l
# 'ra' s K Ion. are now the proprietors. !

( Joneshome Judge) Manager O. W Rlpley of Hotel Slpl-

4 t u; can, Marlon Maps.-ha* ,arrived at leLand i
0 returnAlbany I with his help and he will open e
I the College Arm to-morrow" (Saturday).
,
aNtt -.. / Mr. Rlpley I Is a hotel mnuager of consid !
wMIGH arable experience and the College Arm
to have. ha an excellent reputation the a
A SURPRISE ON SANTA CLAUS. aust by tourists.At among

Bu FRANK B. WELCH. mdltlory.Th.: the Ooala house Ocala some very '

( heavy, elaborate preparation for the coming !

Some time ago old Santa Claus From far and near they came and all Each one an axtra stocking brought "Be off I be off I you little rogues. le feet .I golf season have been made. A ptofoa-
Was sound asleep ona night: With mischief were aglow; And holding them on high Back home and wall the day.I Thehands slonal Instructor has been'engaged for >
Within his distant northern home They) scrambled over fences and The rogulah youngsters 'round his couch You'll find when Chrlatmas comes,, my. die : the season-Mr. J, S. Pearson of Chloa-
,
S ,
Was'" a slnrie lltht. They floundered through tha snow: Woke Santa with the cry: Old Nick will come your way; go-and the home club
When through the tangled wood close by Until at last with cautious steps "Oh Santa Claus, awake awake I There's not a single toy at hand rued In I possesses many
A throng of children stole They. came to Santa's door 'TIS Christmas mom,you know My pack Is stored away ylnev'image. excellent player. The course I I. a very
Intent upon a bit surprise Where hushed and listening, they heard And you must fill our atocklngs now My reindeer roam tha dlslant hills One one
To rive the jolly ail The good old fellow snore Before we homeward go'I" So, to your homes, I aay''I" .- I f
Opera Mr. A. M. Taylor of
manager the AIcacar -
'Twai not the Christmas time,for than Soon by the aid of sundry keys. The waking saint up-etarted. then With some pat and soma s kiss 1it. Casino St. Augustine
has
He never Is at home They made their way Inside. .1 And chuckled loud with glee He bade them all adieu arrived
He's sailing 'round the world you know, And crept from room to room until The shouting. children 'round him wersA And with reluctant steps the throng C03 T from New York where be became Interested ,
O'er cot and palace dome They sleeping; Santa spied; funny sight to see; Soon faded from his view; In valuable, patent out of which
But Christmas was not far away. Upon a couch of furry robes He took the stockings, every one "The little elves I the darling rogues 'I" the AnvooATB hope to him
And all the little folk In slumber deep he lay, And piled them on his bed. Laughed Santa. /In his bed. sue becomea
Had coma to play on Santa Glaus And Mahone tha moon Then the hildranumaidd shout "Cod save and keep each little soul millionaire Ill* charming wife accompanies
A Merry Christmas Joke. As brightlyajhe d Unto : And crown each shining head." biro, and they are making
their beltdtlluuterl& at hotel Alcazar for

I-- I JplnlonJSO.OOO the winter I

.9 those Hotel Indian River, Rookledge, under
COMING OP THE NEW YEAR. and character. The affliction thai came to SAVED BY NEW YEAR'S DAY. the first day, of the new year. throughout "ipk for. the able management of Mr Arthur L.
us did not rise out of the dust; it was a partof -- the three kingdoms but until then records em. In Marsh, manager of th. famous Hathaway !

We Should Enter It Wltb Courage Hope the providential ordering/ of life. Kxceptus : How a Prisoner Escaped Punishment bye male in December and Janunry generally. cumpkllaq. Iiin, lien I Beach N. J., l II now open.
to deliberate sin, our regrets about lh Proving an Alibi. bore, two dates to prevent the possibility of The hotel bus been thoroughly renovated
and Resolution.The past have little foundation in reason Many dispute.-Answers.T from roof to basement at an expense of
1 is the of the
homely maxim about not crying over things must hnve been different to have January beginning new V Ji'A several thousand dollars, and old time
split milk contains one of the best suggestions their outcome other than it i iVe have year, according to present day, reckoning guest will see a big change In this house
an to the proper spiiit with whichwe ]less to reproach ourselves with than we of time but before 1752: : New Year's day the New Year. upon their arrival Read don 7th page.

may enter the New Year._ \Ve cannot often think for. The main thing is not to was the 23th of I>e emb'r. Scotland adopt.( Tp to the great heights lead, r The New Hookleclgn
ed the style of reckoning before England : hotel Rookledge
bend all but new With Kentlvst dream and deed 'Auvu- ,
change the past but we can our quarrel wit hour conditions, to keepour : udder the
toward "making the future better high and IlUre.-Watchman. and this led to endless confusion it How thou the perfect "I'd- I"' very, popular inanHgenient of Mr.
energies purposes Horace.
of repining and I. on record that a murderer once escaped Hind the deep woumls that Meed I which U. Shares, son of the owner' le I
than the past. The frame achievement the clutches of the law by thin. differenceof And lift from darkest night .j Day. now open, .* will be seen by the ad. on
good !
discouragement is fatal to and A New Year's Programme. dates. The crime was committed in Ksrth to rtrrnal light I garden, our "tli page. Thin I I.* a and well

resolution, but the almost temper guarantees of courage it. hope We are "Well," remarked Mr. Jolliwell "I suppose Edinburgh on the. 27th of December, and Atlanta Constitution. mate I Is known hostelry, fitted with all the latest

dismal mood when you are going to make a lot of good resolutions the murderer fled across the border He v.*, berriesThey Improvement, including iteam beat, hot I
all of tempted to a
us cold bath
or There'
i etc.
will
and, also be
would have for the New Year! was captured charged with having a
reflect bow different things
we made this "XI'm not." said Mr. biruM Backer caused the death of an innkeeper in Edinburgh A Financier. I Conk fli-st-elaa orchestra on band this winter.
been"-with us if we had not that mUfor-or with characteristic acrimony "I'm goingto on "the second day of the year of "I don't know what to get my beat, girl 'for' his To January iii.'th: ) the rata will be $2,&)
that' mistake met this or .
or per day and upward. Do not fall
make a lot of bad one ." Our Lord 1717. The prisoner was able to for Christmas. to atop ,
tune: if only narrow margin
It a off
seems as i at Kooklw/x
on
your south. At'
way
he in
in much hap "That's an iinheard-of proceeding. prove that on that very day was England "Nothing.
being today that
prevented our and hundreds of miluaw.y from thesane "'Vhs t do !" piece you will ace kome of tin moat
I mean
pier' conditions. Rut there always is an "Yes. It'a.n Idea of my own. If am you tai lo. beautiful
illusion about .reasonings.. The error as successful' breaking my bad resolutions of the, murder. Upon this excuse he "Just what I say She'll l t'e awful mad orange grove In the State.

we made was probably" the outcome of a a* I have been in breaking my good actually escaped, and his. captors did not there'll be a terrible quarrel,and then you'll JforrU Mr. John Anderson, of the firm of An-
natural temper or of a long course of ones I'll manage to become a pretty high- discover bow they had been deceived until have all the delightful] sweetness of a making It I I. denon A I'rlce, of Hotel Ormond, bite #
ual action. We could not have done other- toned and estimable citizen,"-Washington after they bad, released] him. In 1752 the up without it coming jou' a rrgt/',-Xi year*' returned to Ormond for the winter Be t

wj..-without being( different! (! iu personality. Stir, lt t of January "It declare: ] by J Uw to be Y< Life ..ap.I /III I ,accompanied Anderson. l by>urlng'Ma father the pant General summer B.

I Fla. Mr. Anderson and liU partner Mr. J. D. t
Vrloe have been
managing the Mount
I'leasant house!'J on* of tin. most (croons ,
Samoa hotels lo the White Mountain, where an
-, I Immense tourist business was, done lat
I ammer. Mr. Anderson stayed In the k
Phototyles.- White aa......>.I--. .._.ii ..". I.... .up_.1 ._ _
.-w5.----- '-'-- ,- -- ----.---- . ._ '
]
_> tugher -'ciu; ;
k- competition
drove him
4BMFI fBdrT8 "- -- south
puutT lie
1"ft'1" [ '
,, : Protect Your ; now
\;<.;, 1 .,t.,..,.'., - ,, ,., '. Our Dry Good department Is i. Fruit Tree, Old pictures copied and enlarged end Mr. Price are basking In Florida
.. ... J"i iirnl' lie CottTu \ desire
"'Ii, ',' "*' .,. ' second to none. We want your business ; nt Kocktedgre."A. size and finished In any style sunshine In their beautiful
700 MoFsrland orange
.'>y" ; :Yacht Skipper. because we need It. We guarantee sat 00-; Fruit Protection Co.; Florida view for sal*. Work finished at Ormond. grove
i" -.:.... isfaction and pay all freight charge furnished containing seven tents, all sizes, at 30( per cent oft regn. for amateur at trade price
*- ,''Northern lont send that order to Chicago until rooms, for rent. Cottage has four bedrooms tar prices; Immediate delivery ( made by r, M. TAYLOR There will, be a grand dance at Id>tel
man, .xperleu"ced. wantspoaitlueoegenclemao'ssmall you try n*. J. R. WALKER & Co. furnished dining room eltjlntf well-known MoFarland process) of watorprouHog Tltusvllle, Fla. Alcazar fit. Augustine to-morrow night/ ,
,, yacht. :II' Tltunvllle, Fla.. room and) kitchen. Is In /fine condition. and mlldewprooflng" ; hoops, (riaturday), and we acknowledge receipt
WALTBB SAWS' :, Write far any Information tot stakes and lamp furnished'with each of the following 10.ltatlol1lrOl0 Manager

30, North 25th street. Camden,X. J. WALTON CALKING TOOf/ls J. J. WHIT, toot, all ready to erect The only absolute AMONG THE ,HOTELS. Joe. I'. Urea....: "The management of

the best tbtnirs for one o Rocklixlge, Fla.] protection to an orange tree against Hotel Alcazar request. the honor of the
boatbullder
and freeze No more to be bad at tjiesaprlcea. Where to presence of Mr. C'liaa. If. Walton Tltusvllle
horse Wanted.I top along the East Cooat ,
yachtsmen; price *4. See list of hotels at a dance to be given In time hotel
on 7th
.
For ante at Jaa. prltebard fc: Sou's IMneapple Plantation For Stile.Pineapple WK. page.The
M.Jiitowir
Tltusvllle .
> want a good gentle horse about TItusfllle Fla. parlor* on Saturday evening, December
1,100 or 1,200 pound. Skate particular j ADVoaATa I* now" on file at all ::18th, 1001, at nine o'clock.! This I I. the

and, lowest cash price to plantation frontingon InJ Desirable Property at ICockledge the bet hotel In' New Torkcity.Where ; commencement of the daces at this 1
D. 8T,CLAW Nisairr For Sale' or Rent, Furnished. dian River containing/ ;) acres), 9 acre to atop In TUusvlllef See TI. fashionable and popular. winter resort,
jl *s, Indianola,,Fla. aDder cultivation; partly bedded. Good For Sale.,' tuvUe hotel ad on our 7th pee.The . and those who are lucky enough to receive a
.. An eight room house, la a desirable 7-room bouse, also packing house and an Invitation may rest assured '
4|.; -- -- location on Jlldgewood A..., Dayton all shipping facilities for particular Located Indian River,one mile from Breaker, Palm. Beach, I f. now open they will spend a very enjoyable even-. ('t9+t
Store. Wood For Sale. Addrea. apply F. W. WILLED postoffloe and hotels, fifteen acres of for the ..8800. with Mr. Leland terry log.. We have attended those dance before
L.MMimaAr, Box 13?, Jensen, Fla. land nearly five hundred feet river front a* salatant manager.Mr and we know whereof we speak.

'Leave your order for wood, at Carroll' 4t IMytpna, Fla. age; high rocky bank with lieavy native i P. B. Sauna who. wa In Saratoga

tore, TUnavliltv' : A. P. OBCBXK.i Yawl for Sale. hammock /growth. Twelve acres plant. all the Bummer I I.* the chief clerk at the Illxltle Dairy Farm For Sale.
i ed In citrus Cr_. Including numerousvanities New
hotel
i .I Launch For Sale. Bockledge Rocktedge. q
) of ,orange, <<",pefrul'
Langer.toe.
I Empty Sugar and Rice Sloop 38ft 31- The Located at Cocoa and Rocklerlge.] This
Barrel on deck ft. on keel ., lemons and limes, varying In Hibiscus hotel Palm Beach un
1 The Cabin Launch Dawn, 32 feet long, U- Ce. beam; draught/ 2-tift. | cabin from old bearing tree. to age der the management' of Mr. A. E. Johnson property Include BU acre of laud .a
three-year-old
'For .sale, Address' 7 feet beam, draft 2 I '. W A.1.T.. A. MOOBC, window. forward mahogany finished on each aide, good mattresses], pillows, Ing Artesian well, with water main January plete;:dairy house, Iflx.'JO: feet, with,
1 '6 George St., Charleston S. C.oilIIlldlKh throughout, 7 bone power A loo Vapor bedding stove, ouoking'aten.lm and and hydrant through the cement floor, with separator and churn ;i
: Attractive
.
I '.. motor speed nine mile per bour. ID per dlshea; 4 peraoiu; toilet. Two anchors, niae-room residence grove. Mr. Harry E. Bral, manager of 'two fixed to ran with power; 73 head of Jer-
I
feet order. U ed on. season on the East cable, tender? wharf
,
II ,Steam Laundl7. I Coast' of Florida. Reason for selling, nsv? aalU -and patent steorhg gear; 4 boat-bouse of Roekledge.' has been engaged to conduct pan of mole*, barn* and stall for the
Hy _
Property
well
oared
JBaaVett, (u? sadden: death of owner. For ,and old toe aominer hotel at Bedford Sprl" I took three and t
\1!' price yean ; don't leak. Good rearm for for, din good condition /g wagon oneboggy. Also
\ will l leave Southern throughout.
otBste of farther particular apply to selling Address: ) "*' / Pa., next year. Mr. Dentin, who l I. regarded an orange grove of 200 trees, half of i;
: Satisfactory for
.
reasons
Xipresa Co.,'everyTudlday f mornlnR. Hoooitov BROTOCBM: (.k. V. Ro BKa, "i and further Information selling. for M an extremely competent man wbiob are in bearing. For; rnrtlf'! nlnr.., -'
"
>4&f( 'E' Wr Jocose:: Agt.1r .' Eaa OaHie, Fla. Doa 19 Jacksonville Via price" apply l to ha* bern for the past ten year.* associated: address, ." ARTHUR LAPIIAM. b
'S. AorxKUT
r..: ,,' care TUosvtlle, Via with the Smiley Brother In the
.. .!' ., > 'qr manage- Cocoa Ma."W .
1 ;;;:' <

.
1(
I '

II I (, I

,
tae
'
\

a I)



!II ,
i'1ts 'r1 r .,

+ ", } .. . i.t . 'T''", .. ,r.
{ I -"- .. ''''' '
"
'
'
'1,1,1, ------v-- "\\I'l"!' )' .. ,., i' I. ...... ... ... ... , I
.. .
._ .
.. ; ,. .I
.
... ." .. .,. ,. .iI1"'e.. '' ,.. ... .yo.- ,' ...- . .-'- "" ,, .... =...",-" " "." " ." '- . .., ., .










} t >1 CCUrtstmas, t IOt. ia.12csEi! a 1 1JtnJ xar 'Ytnr: 1902 -

r 8 ,
."'; "land; seasT" 'iiioutod; Mr. nil- THE- -
THE NIGHT 'FORE CHRISTMAS. "t 1'i' w1 was beciDllin' a new "Good and CHILD'S FESTIVAL
century t was gain*- lings, as he rose, excitedly to his feet "It
FLORIDA Visitors who cannot -
Bu JOE LINCOLN. "Wh,,' you talkie about, 'LUha? The he didn't know any niore'n thin c'lcction There Is a Special Significance In Christ
call at our stores should write for a Most cvn'rallr at eight o'clock I co up twentieth centucy be-pM. a year ago. To- of hand-picked lunkheads lie wouldn't prix mas for tbe Little Ones.

g catalogue of Runny South Souvenirs talrs to bed. moroow'U' bot atnetecn. hundred an' one, for more'n six! or IIf'ven. at most. It's a The true Children's; day is I
Aa' Jes' undress an' say my prayers aa' wont ttr"Course: waste o' breath talkin' to ye. Jly\ ol' sorrel Christmas. The|
n/ W cover up my head.An' 'twill; but ain't 'one' the first mare's got more sense tlmn the whole passel Lord of the feast was a child in Bethlehem,
and lie
still loves
shut my eyes up cood'n tight an' go tQ and he started for the door little children as lie dohwhen ;
number there in? Aa' don tbat awake tomorrow of yel"
in the
sleep, an then strength of His
L,k'' It! > 113 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville; also at First thing I know It'. mornln'. an' time toKit the first day of the new e..tary""Nob Vhat was it 'LIslia," wns suyin' 'bout took them in His arms. and blessed manhood; lie,,
then
: asked
up agates by a long shot, IIMS 1 I've forgotten New Year's res'Iutions? McPherson: If there
St. Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau. Saaae niches, er course don't seem so snort how to. count. lit iloa't take a hundred an.' the storekeeper! ai the dour shut with a receive and were no children in our world t.t;

I il y'' I1'1 like 'fore the Fourth 1'." Know one yuan to make .a. uentucy dues U?" bang. But Judson was too inten on his lone much of enjoy its the advent time woul.l
Or 'fore a f.Ur'. birthday or toe night "3io, but ib take.* ntore'n. nju.."y-out*. argument with Gibson to reply. beauty and delight. TM.|
child
.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.. i*.' 'for. yer si t l an"avant-" imagination, which transforms ('0.11',
.. y'TARR To visit graa'piv-oh, In), y..s-! thsj'rekiader s'pww: wa w. baginwith' one* Judaoo r..t--", inonpluce things, the child's receptivm ,
: ,
Koitt minute, iBterpowtd
If long, out, cat! an which does not
stop to
question but ,
,
Brewing Asso's.Famous Th. alcht that comes 'fore Cbrl"11la' a bile ttorekeepur"Uf -say that. VOt b rvowmt > Struck by the Resemblance -these reflect themselves enj \
. upon our mind-
.
hundred! tlolliu-a an- started t
: million years to ma me a. .
his CliriHtnut and for
'' Little Rodney (manipulating bring us the moment into the child
I'fi I Ir I or any pay ma in dollar:1)illl, ,iallin. irtOnK'"tw\ i,
' Bt. Ixrals Keg and Bottled COC :s.. m.'. U December, anyway. '..the longest three,'-" toy -HOO-CP, pal! like mood of happiness. Nor is the child

t tl t Hoer.I month they Is; "Weil, sVwi lie did'" ).Ir. rap'iDliitoo-Well, wbat U it, my thought of happiness simply one of get ting. ,..
The months that's la the summer why. Neither the gift the ,
nor surprise of
ma the
anteeddF "Na, Jiid., .vitfH twl Seth l ut oii."Hera's I
Messrs. F. A. Lesley and they n'" so> fait they whla. gift dear as these are to the child's
Bold by But old December crawls aJuntf,. so kinder the wary: t huurO..that t_IIuB &v,t*tll AP Little Roilney-Why, pat my jumpin'iad. heart
I { R. t. Motlow, Tltusvllle.na. --- view dad tareCnrU'mna academy |pub it: Raw nti; i s at man I an abs .. cuts up just like you do whenever ma bring. as much pleasure as the planning ami, ;
I r'n' (' By Mr. R. L Motlow, Cocoa, ria That taps s... f away seems ono-lmmlrwltu, birthday" "' asks you for money!-Smart Set. the giving. Tho best of Christmas; is. enjoyed( ,
HUN1 before ever Christmas Wo,
If- you r. .ldll' wuit ._ ------ --. -- comes older 011(".
t ---
-- -- --- -- - '-'- ' -- -- need be
ZAPF An. when ir'n-J marked oil all Uia days to reminded every year that love .-
,JOSEPH but one, aa* that's must Ulrouifh more thanelaboration at the 1'hrisiin.n, .
An' ycr'Te Wanted up yes stocklnT right I time and tUt the value of the gift Una.' ,,...
''longitd the ctilmnny HUM ured by the affection of the
Sole Agent. Cans'lnggr giver but
In I An said "Cood nl ht" aa.' gone upstairs, ; in-
.. jljl I Ii spoiled children know it and act upon il.
the minutes
| ray don't er p'
610 to ago West Bay Street, duck I| Caus when be know tt.. Cfirla'mu. eve + .si rG as if there could! be no doubt of it at all, amiwe
lf no boy. can go to sleep. : ? 0 c I would all be happier at Christmas if M<.
Mr. 1recent.i were to learn of them Then
f' FLA. would the,
JACKSONVILLE
t t>r hear the old hall clock "tick lock" an' 'CJI I Christmas burden, of which so :
many
f of Lodi hear the wind, so owAn' l I :i t si! ., complaining, turn l() puredajight.-Co'ngir-me
to( Tltu kinder soft an' lonesome tike jIn' 's Y gationalist.
I iI REAR & TAYLOR 20 duel If 'twas coin to mow; I I .- a es C; pl Ioa'An ,", ..
,, } :Aa then yet wonder If It will, so'. Jar peaslide -
;
I
Mr. next i .0 Important
day. 1// Day

' ; w Artesian Well wentqt An' then deer ycr an*think his sleigh.'bout Santy an' his if til- Kowhere is New Year's. day more fe.-

a *kL log to ,Tit an) Yer wonder what he'll brine ycr, an' ytr. I e lively observed than in the eat, and >'-' !
L CONTRACTORS wonder how he guessed rj&P' pccially iu Mohammedan ]lands In 1'crci'i. .
Ir , y to stay '. Yer wanted skates las' Christmas an' sbowffun > the No Kouz (as the new year is called I
u .h Dr. I an' the rest; f is by for the most important holiday ol
71 g li I Baa Gallle, Fla. nlngweek w An' then yer Uy to Bit to sleep an' then Y f served by the subject of the shah h. On
Aa' then yen' say: "Well you Jes' will" .. ,,im
-- was allhave Pti ,, kindling of huge bonfires and the
-- among
-
an' ben .
er course, yer won't.I CL Jee
ai| more active it is considered the rorreii I

have bj s'pors It must be right, but, ohi! sometimes . thing to leap over or through the flame..
; Citrus Trees. Dr $ It does seem wrong The, Persian is. careful to perform his. fire
t Tnr.t that one night boys wants so short dunce in old garments for on New Year's
few '
dajwith ( -' should be so extra long; day everyone who has the means in bound
t1 I've tried to think out why It U, but all
and die the 'acuse I've found by the strictest custom lo appear in flee

Tho U Is that It's long so Santy he'll have time clothes.' ;N., y Sun.
to git around.
1 alto .
the But 1 know this, I'm mighty glad I ain't
Willie's Useful Present.
b.<
1,000 boxes of Cltrii Fruits-84 arle-- a kymow
I.. ' tie*-will be marketed Irom our orchard tbo '.An' has to live 'way, 'way up north 'mongall Hired M.in. -So Sandy Claus lic'M bninc!
with ql| the Ice an' snow; ye a nice sled has. he?
and nurseries this eea on. An excellent ter.' 1 really don't see what they do, thoboys. "Yep, nn' left six cords of firewood, fm

i; chance for prospective orange grower I The I I mean-oh, dear! paw 'bout two miles duvvn the pike .so'I I
.Jes' think
of
and elect vailetfe : waltln' through a night that could haul it home." Life.
?' l to test fruit NortonStreet lute a half a ysar. -Brooklyn

All prominent sub-tropical fruit tree. ,I People's Home Journal .;o"

Roses and ornamental In stock. LoooniL.KO.J I t A Vein Important Gift.
V.s i Val,
; Catalogue free. WAY, "Mamma," said a Brooklyn girl "what
k origin.* TURNING OVER A NEW LEAF. would l be an appropriate Chri,tiiian present
tit I .Glen St. Mary Nurseries to give Albert?''

repur1. ] He Made a Good Resolution; But It Didn't "Ilow long has he been coming to MT,

Last Very Long. LISTEN JOHNNY MUST BE PEEPING.WHERE you?" asked mammii.
i, G. L. Taber. Prop. They Iglorloit I "About four 'years." _

+ One year ago according to the Youth's IS HE ? "Then I think you had better give linn
+ GLEN ST MARY FLA.
Mr.
ted the Companion Hillings settled himself the sack.-Leslie's Weekly
this ba.] .comfortably in his favorite chair beside the 1"t.
called 'stove in the grocery store, and returned the He did not mean to speak but the surpriseOf

i' 6r {i l., neighborly greetings. of the other regular seeing Santa with his prying eyes Don't Buu Bargain Presents.
they .
Caused little Johnny to exclaim "Oh ho I'
attendants. Speaking Christmas reminds me thai[
{ Orange Lemon severaduoks ,"Yes" he said, meditatively "this is the Just as old Santa was about to go. it i is not always safe to buy bargain present

last night of the old year. Somethin' kind for your friends who( live in tbe same ton n
.t4 they g He was well hidden, as he meant to be,
HauloIn .,:-o solemn 'bout it, too, when ye stop to And where h. thought old Santa couldn't see with yon. It's all right to do it if you an-
think of it. A year past an' gone an' a new Look sending the gifts outside. the city's shoppinic
sharp and well-he's but a little manHunt -
one-mebbe the last some of us'll ever see. limits, but when you undertake to present
round the and find him-if can.
i-ju. beginnin'. It makes man feel se- room you your immediate friends with the rullings nt
Grapefruit i rious. People laugh 'bout New Year's reao.lutions -- ----- the "marked down" sales of (holiday week

a 1 but I ,maintain it's a good thing SOME UNBIASED OPINIONS.It you run a big risk. For instance one of t'III'<<

Kumquats. beoretber ',for a man to pull up now an' then an' start i is not always the biggest stocking that Many a person has got kicked for looking big dry goods shops made a special featureof
of t fresh; an' .the first of the year seems the contain. the costliest. present. to gift horse in the mouth liberty silk ruches, cutting the price exactly

c Fine heavy, stock;; one and two-year No. 00 most natural -an' fittin' time to do it." When a girl is caught under the mistletoeshe The average Cliriiitirms slipper, in about in half They really were a tremendous
Fridsyjyoung "Makin': any res'Iutions. your.elf'Liehar'. always "pretends that she had forgottenit bargain. Any .woman who was not'
: the that his
worst
buds and orange.lem.on thing a man can put
old graft; on sour )
) t asked Nathan Hobbs, goodnaturedly."Yes was there. blind could see that with one eye shut and')
and trifoliate stock. A full Hoe of ter Mal sir, I am!" replied Elisha defiantly. AYoman always likes a man better if the foot into. it was no wonder that they sold<1 like hot

i docldlous fruit trees, ornamentals, etc. btsinelaunual' "I'm makin' one, anyway an' I don't gloves he' semis her-are about two sizes too Doing business without advertising is rakes A liberty silk ruche that look like
Send for new catalogue Rod price list "care! who knows it. I'm re.olvin' to keep a> .small. about the same as for a pretty girl to hang a $4 one and ca ,U juat 07 cents is not to lie
I i r better hold this 'lie A declares up her mistletoe and then neglect! to stand i wli..
varieties Iloers, | on my temper year. woman she is delighted with deMpiopd.> Pretty nearly every woman i
,1 j giving full partlculll.8Iol'lIolooilog J. K. vi that. ruleth his spirit is better than he that her presents, but she never fails to look at under it.While. went into that storelooking for Chrislmapresents .I
$ and planting, cultivating, etc. Carrutlders ) taketh a city,' the Book says. I've had my the price, marks on them.. it is always commendable to make bought one and I happen to kn>"

Ji failin's that way as some of ye know; but If the stone is small and cheap it is perhaps useful presents don't give a man a bottleof of four women who bought three apiece, and
Ocklawaha Nurseries urer; I now we're beginnin' a new year an' a new just as well to put a girl's engagementring whisky just because it is well known sent them to the other three. And. as a consequence

O. CONNER; Prop HugMDeaoui !century too, I'm goin' to turn over a new in her stocking. that he uses it. today those four women arc t'icposHessors '
leaf." It always makes. a woman sad if her husband When you are careful not to ]let your little of liberty silk ruches that air
'I 'j TANGERINE, KLOIRDA. Ueuoul "What was that you said 'bout a new hasn't bought something for her that boy have anything noisy for Christmas thereis as alike. two peas in a pod! and each one
R. K. t e century?" asked old Eben Cook from Ala she i. afraid they really oughtn't to afford. sure to be some kind friend who will give of them cherishes a secret opinion of the

HubertIt seat in the corner. Chicago Times-Herald. him a drum and a whistle.-Judge.SOUTHBOOSD7' other three.-Milwaukee Sentinel.

installsDee wi THE DRUMMER'S CHRISTMAS

:if i '
by a bf ,
where'their j IJ I-,

n.
I. BUMMasool

t ter gl$*! I 1rI

.
nestsocial: y


nopla. *; tt



r 'rMr Mr.i I iI



proap4dleeo1/ ..

PLANT GOOD CHEER his rot .
Springattrtty DlltIlMaa-I'm off ihSS"ta the holl.' sJ" orTiiMAVMJchrlrn, '! you ';OUE".LO"j 1 "-Ju.' des tide for Chrlet THS CHU.D *i-Oh. papa. mamma's Tbs plsssant! <:hiltmss surprtethe
1 In the heart of your' guest Regale day."oy.. 1 know eeill.thug|) / ,. prfljlffnt 111*)! jOtlUt! 8.".. ttlKV A week OtI to !l.ollome Christmas for you .lip ..1"ln( prummer't j;> Wits 11.4 lit heat. CAB him,
your friend withWINES form. .. Wo* wMllPI 'W M!*. tt. *. will bIIv t9 will fur me, . ; osinuts. your trtMnu,, \fi o( up IIq4 see theta.! .

AND LIQUORS \ Olbb

M from our stock: and they wilt have ample but eaches "

reason to pleasantly remember their ,
t visit. Our "" Inhah .

HOLIDAY GOODS chief .
deed I
have been 'elected with the greatest was Y

care, and we have a superb line to select

4 from. Dla...,:..fI'lif' .1I"Jt.. ..... u-a:; :._O--.JIIIP spend part-of the edmmer' there:'- Mr. ---: - : .1V j 1-I .1 -12 %..Ea8t'Ba;Street r"is :JACK30NVItLE, FLA.
Our prices cannot fall to please yon. ; ; live Leaves TUusvtlle for Miami and at 88 p.m. ,
t he oannot
-,4b':....' ,)' Flagler I III well aware that intermediate points.xORTHI3OOIID. .
They make pocked buying easy.for shipment to die. Senator and Mrs. Tallaferro of Jackaonvllle forever( so he might as well enjoy himself .
Hampers
tant friend took dinner with President and as much as he can. We would do Leave TltusvllU for Jacksonville at 1 :AS p.m. The Oldest Established Drain and Semi House in the State,
likewise If we had the means. May he and Intermediate points.
Fri
Mrs. Roosevelt and a select party on
ROBT. L. MOTLOW, live long and die happy. Tttnsvllle for Sanford > It TOII: a.1J ---- -
day last. The President was especially ArrivesTltnavlltbfrom Sanford -. \ :20 p.m
TITU8VILLE and COCOA, FLA. cordial to Senator. Tallaferro. The dinner .: Car
was an Informal atTalr, and greatly CherottM Club Dance. -vv-txL.:: : :: A. SESo'-U-rs: cSc

:EE. C. :xTITrArtesian : : enjoyed by tbe guests present. Among Florida
the other guests present were Secretary The members of the Cherokee Club Macra/inc, GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

Well Contractor Root, Senator Hoar, Senator and Mrs. will give a final dance for this year at ,
Senator Gamble Mrs.
Hansborough
,
Thursday
the house, Titusvllle on
Opera
Hobson, MI. Root and Miss Roosevelt. 20tb when a full Flour and Fertilizers
..Dealer In.. evening next, Dec Grits Meal
attendance of members and their friends An Illustrated Literary Monthly.
Aermotors, Tanks and Pumping Th. PraCFSMlv Culture Clun, requested. Old members of the Club 8T. yM! MOo 112 Ea Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Agts. .

Machinery. -- are also Invited on this occasion. te
DELAND, '- FLORIDA. The Progressive Culture Club will discontinue : forf urlna Feed. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. II';. and Plant Sy :>

IU meetings until tho first Monday Senator Quay and the Indians. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR -
In January 1901: when a full meet- -
.EL I7'1 c>>Z' rjc1a: :i zi.
desired and then work.of reading .
log I* Because It I.1 said Senator Matthew S. CREW

GREAT DISCOVERY. the English The Literature club room will will again atlll remain betaken Quay ha a strain of Indian blood In hi* 'Address WOI 1 WHj GE
Exhibited In presence of Judge Christie, Pro- up. veins, he was recently selected by a partyof : I13!
ecatinEAttoroeyof the Criminal Court of Dolt open, and all members wishing Canadian Indiana to present them to G el' '
.-t! County 8'la.and Jacksonville." Fla. tees book or magazines will be able to got the j.njjruFor _-
t Utters of Tetotlmonlal.or the Curm of Ooasomp.tlon. President Itoosevelt. Even among O. D. ACKKRLT, PUBLISHER. y
most. prominent Catarrh. Aithina."I'In..r eto.the, from United tome S'aiw.of Ute thorn from the KATE librarian.PHITCHAHD, Sec'y.1I0u.4" Indians Senator Quay baa numerous 20 Years Has Led all Worm Rime les. t

r Agents, both sexes,wanted. 'lp."UC-1 trial friend. Jacksonville, Florida. %otZ: =- T .A.ot=-=- :Ja."" C30 crr Z_or 8. LoU I s.
r 2a cents. Address. Prepared by-.r, JAMES F. BALLARD, St.
wlLfis for Sale.
l n. YOlliG .JA K80SVILLJII..xa.. Clothing' Cleaned Dyed

- I I Drayliig. -- -- .. --
results will house finished --- --- - - ---
nicely - -
-If you want good yon A nine room ( - -- -----
find the ADVOCATE an excellent adver and In good condition, located near the Pressed and Repaired. I.adiea' dressesa
the of I'alin and specialty Address, Dray Ing hauling of all kinds prompt. THE OFFICEPrints
medium. corner
Using court house on ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING
Palmetto SU. Apply on premises or toM. SAM Pit ici:us. ly attended to. Meets all trains. Store

OT Reading notice line ads.week.on this page 8m D. L Titusvllle> UOD80X,,Fla. P. O.Magnolia Box 253.Avenue, and Sanford 6th Street, Fla., wood supplied.ALFRED UAOLKT, Tltusville. all kind of Commercial Uitlonery( : Wedding Stationery, Card, Bill, Eta
are live oenU per per

Q ,






1't(


t'y'' h ; 1

.. . .
,
"
ik. .. ? j. '" ,_
-



-- \
.

.. .,_.
'"' M'" "" ,



' ''' ,' I ,




,



,. (!Christmas, 10 OL. aL1Zfl4&{, oub j >e "til:'. scar Ytnx, L902 i i

8 __ __ ,,' _.. .......
-- m .
0- '' -l sea.7!! shouted Mr. Billings THE CIIILD'S
that land and FESTIVAL.
new
beginnin' a
I saiobow'
THE NIGHT: 'FORE CHRISTMAS. we was Ins, feet. "If
he ro e excitedly to -
as
FLORIDA Visitors wl.o cannot t century I was goin''Vhat -
Bu JOE LINCOLN talkin' about 'LldbaT The he didn't know tiny more'n this. election There Is a Special Significance In Christ

I, li +i call at our stores should write for a Most cen'rally at eight o'clock I go upstairs twentieth you century begun a ,year ago. To- of hand-picked, lunkheads lie, wouldn pass' mas for the Little Ones.

4 i', p +' catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs. c to bed.An' morrow'll be nineteen hundred an' one, for more'n six or seven, at most. It s a The true Children's day is ChriHtmn ,
,
: of sorrel I I",
jet' undress an' say my prayers an waste o' breath Ulkin' ye. My '?
won't it 1""Course Lord of the feast
was a child in Bet hleb,,,,,
celot t; WIn cover up my head. 'twill but ain't 'one' the first mare's got more sense than the whole passel and lIe still loves little
; children
An' shut my eyes up good'n tight an' go to and lie started for the door. as Jv] d
l sleep, an* then number there is? An' don't that make to- of yel" 'bout when, in the strength of His manhood II,
; '.' W. Forsyth $t., Jacksonville; also at First thins I know It's mornln'i; an' time to morrow the first day of the new century r" "What was it 'LUlin" was sayin' asked took them in Ills arms and blessed the,,
l ; St. Augustine Palm Beach and Nasasu.i K't' up again. "Not by a long shot 'le.s I've forgotten New Year's res'lutlons? McPherson If thtre were no children in our world ?
, ;,, ,, Some nights, er course don't teem so short how to count. It don't take a hundred an' the storekeeper( as tho door shut with a receive and enjoy, the advent i
yj i t4I, .l like 'fore the Fourth yer know, one years to make a century, does it?" bang. But Judson was too intent on his lose much of its beauty and time woof' ,
A Or 'fore a feller's birthday or the nl.htJel' more'n ninety-nine. with Gibson. to reply, delight. 1child's '""
BUSCH. "No, but it takes argument
.THE ANHEUSER imagination which .
.. 'fore yer go trausformo,,
..
with an' count
S'pose I was to begin one
monpluce things the
To vlult II'ran'pa-ob. my, yes!' they're vin child's receptn-ji-,
'' If y kinder long, but gee I "Hold on a minute interposed Judson which does not stop to question! but en,,,; .
Brewing Asso's.Famous TARRor Th. night that conies 'fore Chrls'mus Is a the storekeeper "Let's say that Bill, here, Struck bj the Resemblance. -these reflect themselves upon our mill,;. I

million years to me.Seem.'s owed me a hundred dollars an' started' to' Little Rodney (manipulating his Christmas and bring us for the moment into the child I
spy me in dollar'bills, callin'out'one, 'two, like of !
? St. Louis K.g and Bottled COCKanteed14 If December, anyway '. the longest pay' to-Iloo-ee, pa! mood happiness. Nor is the chili, I
! I t lasses month they Is; three, Mr. Scrapl'ington-Well, what is it, my thought of happiness simply one of gcttmu
he did.
The months that's In the summer, why, "Well, s'pone" Beth Gibson son? Neither the gift nor the surprise of t .
Bold by Me.*ni. 1'.A. Lesley and they go so fast they whiz, "No, Jud suggested Why my jumpin'jack gift, dear as these are to the child's heat
Little Rodney- pa
"Here's the I heard that feller up to the '
But old December crawls kinder
\ I,1 + R.L. Motlow, Tltu.Tlll.,Fla.By slow and late along so academy put way its How old ii a man on his cuts up just like you do whenever ma brings as much pleasure as the planning n,,,..

a Mr. R. L. Motto,Cocoa ria. That Chrls'mus keeps to far away seems hundredth birthday" asks you for money 1 I-mart: Set. the giving. The best of Christmas is enjo\. ,i:
HUN 's If you couldn't wult. -- - -. ---- before ever Christmas comes. We older in, .
-
,JOSEPH ZAPF An' when yer'v marked oft all the days -- need to be reminded, every year thaI lo\v
but one, an' that's most. through, more limn elaboration at the l'bl"KIIII", i
An' yer'vo hanged up yer etockln' right time, and that the value of the gift IN inr,,i
j Sole Agent. Cam *longsld the chimney flue ured by the affection of the giver but
;
: m
y : II .rT Inggndnoks An' said "Cood night" an' gone upstairs, spoiled children know it and art upon II,,
my, don't the minutes creep!
+ q 010 to 620 West Bay Street, 'Cau when he knows It's Chrls'mus eve Y ti Fa ,/IS if there could be no doubt of it at all. am,,,,,
to we would all be happier at Christmas If ,
no boy can go sleep. w
I' Mr. were to l learn of them. Then ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ;- would t I
4j; T recent! "Yer hear the old hall clack "tick tock" an' 1 ; Christmas burden, 'of which so many ,> ,
of mod hear the wind so low I ae.p l ', 0 k, et'fv ..s'A1 complaining, turn to pure dcjight.-I'mipi' ; ,
to Tit An' kinder soft an' lonesome like Jel' '. 'for A t gationalist

+ NEAR & TAYLOR, 20 duc It 'twas goln' to snow; /ks.rb s a tr "..,., ..
;
AV then yer wonder If It will so's yer can
Mr. slide next day An Important'Dag.
t fJ Artesian WellCONTRACTORS wentq .An then yer think 'bout Santy an' his rrln- Nowhere is New Year's day ,
more u-
:, deer, an' his sleigh.! "
log, an
lively observed than in the .
east ,
'I'JI and
Yer
c to Tit wonder what he'll bring yer an' yerwonder
pccially in Mohammedan lands In I'er-i,
i bow he guessed n i
::. , t , ; to stay -: Yr wanted skates las' Chrls'mus an' a the No Kooz, (as the new year is pallid) ,

}i Dr. ] bowgun an' the. rest; is by far the most important holiday nl
Ig ( Kan Gallle, 11a. DIDRweek An' then yer try: to Sit to sleep an' then, nerved by the subjects of the shah.: (Jn,

er coir se, yer don't, .ulr'.c. New' Year's eve the fun begins with II...-

."k ', ,....- was alhave AJ then an' then yer, er say course; "Well yer you won't.I Jes'. will" 1 r ,, kindling of huge bonfires, and among t t.r:
si active it Is
more considered the corn, '
have b s'pops It be- thing to leap over or through the
must right, but ohl sometimes flume
Dr4 It does seem wrong The Persian is careful to perform his ti,-
;s (Citrus| Trees. ,
few da .Tnr.t. that one night boys wants so short dance in old garments, for on :New Yeai',
should be
so extra long
;
day every one who has the means if bound
wltbtaoddl
I've
tried to think out why It Is, but all the strictest
by custom to
the 'scuse I've found appear in nrclothes. \I
I. Tho t I -.Is. that It's long so Santy he'll have time ,-N. y Sun.Wlllle's .
vV
,1 aquallithey to git around. of v
Hut: I know this I'm mighty glad I ain't
{ Frult.-84 hi Useful Present
I.k 1,000 boxes of Citrus varieties ,. a Kskymow!:
I / -will be marketed from our orchardsand to with thos) An' has to live 'way, 'way up north 'mongall Hired Man-80 Sandy Clans he'- brui-,,
t\ the Ice an' snow; ye a nice sled linn he?
1 nurseries this season. An excellent ter. .1 really don't see what they do, tho boys, "Yep, nn' left six cords of firewood. ,i.patv i.,,
: 4, chance for prospective orange growers Tbe I I moan. -oh, dearl! 'bout two miles down the pike, MI'I" I

lj ; U to test fruit and select vat letfos.( I' Jes' lasts think n of half waltln'a year through a. night that. could haul it home."-Brooklyn Life.

All prominent sub-tropical fruit trees. NOrtoJ People's Home JOllraal'i't. -j..

t+ ., Hoses and ornamentals In stock. A Vary Important Gift.
It L. Roes .
Catalogue; free. 1 Ki\1 I "Mamma: ," said a Brooklyn girl "what

originalreport. TURNING OVER A NEW LEAF. O would be an appropriate Christmas presctr
Glen St. Mary Nurseries to give Albert! ? -

OATS, S SSeery .:ne Made a Good Resolution But It Didn't "How long has ho been coming' 't" -, ,

;' I' G. L. Taber Prop. They ? Last Verg Lon LISTEN JOHNNY MUST BE PEEPING. you"About?" asked four niammii.'years."

I GLKN FLA. glurluyled One year ago, according to the Youth's WHERE IS HE 7 "Then I think you had better give !um i
ST. MARY -
th Companion, Mr. Billing settled himself the sack."-Leslie's Weekly
this ba) :.comfortably in his favorite chair beside the : v7L"
utove in the and He did not mean to speak, but the surpriseOf
oalledtbe grocery store, returned the
f ah-i neighborly greetings. of the other regular seeing Santa with his prying ycs Don't Bug) Bargain Presents.
Caused little Johnny to exclaim: "Oh !hoi" .
,
severalducks attendants. Speaking Christmas reminds me i .I.H
Orange Lemon 1 ."Yes," he said, meditatively, "this is the Just as old Santa was about to go. it is not always safe to buy bargain )jjrtHeiiii-

I they g i iDaulo last night of the old ;year. Somethin' kind H* was well hidden, as he meant to be, for your friend who live in the same 1.0II\ ,
0' solemn 'bout it, too, when ye stop to And where he thought old Santa couldn't: .... with you. It's all right to do it if you .in-
"think( of it. A an' an' sending the gifts outside the city's shoppiui.
1 ;year past gone, a new Look sharp and well-he's but a little manHunt !
one-mebbe the lant some of us'll ever see. round -if limits, but when you undertake to prevent,
the room and find him you can.:
\' f-jult beginnin'. It makes'a man feel e- your immediate friends with the culling ,'i t
; 1 Grapefruit, i ". pious. People laugh 'bout New Year's reso.lutions -- ------ the ':marked down" sales of holiday week I

In a< but I ,maintain it's a good thing! SOME UNBIASED OPINIONS. you run a big rink. For instance, one of: i ,,'

Kumquats. beoret4her / I '{for a man to pull up now an' then an' start It M not always the biggest stocking that Many a person has got kicked for looking big dry goods shops made a special feiuim-I"
of l t fresh; an' >the first of the year seems the contains the costliest present, u gift horse in the mouth. of liberty silk ruches, cutting the price "-\

!''t Fine, heavy, stock;; one and twoyearf No. 00, most natural -an' fittia' time to do it.". When a girl is caught under the mistletoeshe The average Christmas clipper in about actly in half. They really were a trenio.,
Friday'young "Jlukin" any res'lutions/ yourself, 'LUhaT" always pretend that she had forgotten dons bargain. Any ,woman who wan n..i. i
,' i old buds and grafts; on sour orange, lemon the worst thing that a man van put' lii.
:tasked Nathan llobbs, goodnaturedly."Yes it wee there blind could see Unit with one eye shut" aid
I and trlfollata stock. A full line of sir I !" Klisha defiantly. likes foot into.' it wonder that sold like licnkes. ..
4 ter Ma am replied / A woman always a man better if the was no they
1. doclilioun fruit trees, ornamentals, etc. basinesannual'; "I'm inakin one, anyway an' I don't gloves he sends hcrnre about two sizes too Doing business without advertising is A liberty silk ruche that luck lik
t Send for new catalogue and price Hat, "care who knows it. I'm resolvin' to keep a. small.A about the same as for a pretty girl to hang a $4 one and l cQ tsjnst 07 cents is 'not to IndcHpimed. ,-

L giving full particulars selecting varieties Itoera, J better hold on my temper this year 'Iln wnmnn declares she (Is delighted with up her mistletoe and then neglect to stand Pretty nearly every woman win
J. R. ti that ruleth his spirit is better than he that her presents, but she never fails to look at under it.While. went into that storelooking for C'hriBtni.i-'
and planting, cultivating, etc. Carrutlders . iaketh a city,' the Cook says.. I've had m.rlailin' the price marks on the..,,.. it is always commendable to make presents i bought one and I happen f, to kno">"

Ocklawaha Nurseries ji s that way, as some of ye know; but If the stone is small and cheap it m per useful presents don't give a man a bottleof of four women, who bought three apiece ..in:
I urer' I now we're beginnin' a new year an' a new haps just as well to put a girl' engagement whisky just because it is well known sent them to the other three. And an a i-on
e O. W. CONNER, Prop HUl&lluJJel&cuO century too, I'm goin' to turn over a new ring in her stocking. that he uses it. sequence today those four women are i ,

: leaf." It always makes a woman sad if her husband When you are careful not to let your little possessors of liberty silk ruches that ..uas <
TANGERINE, FLOIRDA. iJeuoot "What was that you said 'bout a new hasn't bought something for her that boy have anything noisy for Christmas thereis alike aO! two peas In a pod and each on""
t R. E. M century!" asked old Eben Cook, from his she is afraid they really oughtn't to afford. sure to be some kind friend who will give of them cherishes a secret opinion of tin-

IL ILI RoberUItwi scat in the corner. Chicago Times-Herald.. him a drum, and a whistle.- udge. other three.-Milwaukee (Sentinel.; ,


Install Deo. 81 THE DRUMMER'S CHRISTMAS.

by a b* .
whereetheir 1) JI
w %

IssuggMacon)

I ..
terglvineat
l li ll
: yi t "

i socialno i L1t
,
-
l plat}
-'i' r

\ ;, I


A Mr,)j

c fi diseop'his "

PLANT GOOD CHEER roc -
Springattribt DAUlNU-I'nl 011'<' home for lira;;holl-' FFi.t.owTiuvrt. (i--lenvy you 'our ENCLebIR-uslintlmeforChrlet.; : t THII CRu.DllaM-Oh.l'apa, mamma's- The pleuaot hrblm.a surpil..the
In the hearts of your' guests. Regale da"l, "0)1. lot there II 1II)11I"lb1UII load fortune, My Chrl.IUIU Prep'.!'nl, mu John Beller uk. a week vII' ICI aotsome Christmas' for "ou.up 8lAir., pr\rnnu1t'\! "Wire l a4 ,at home for hint
your friends withWINES form.i lie, Irtlllpt pt"\/I.ra/ will hive to wall\ Nr ml, . . '*.Imlnl your! resent,, rn up aq4! tee them!! .. ". ,

/ AND LIQUORS vIs Ulbbstbut ;

I from our stock and they will have ample waches

reasons to pleasantly remember their ,
I .visit. Our labels ,
,' HOLIDAY GOODS chief."; a
S t vised I
have been selected with the greatestcare -
was vi i
and we have superb line to select

from. DI a.'_ J'lIIU._""""'_ _.'" ._.....- spend pa'r-'of the summer- there:--Mr.FUgler :-: ,- .neTaael'flln.' -" Our prices cannot fall to pleas. )'oa. -,., I ; Is well aware that he cannot live I Leaves TltuiTtlto Intermediate for Miami and points.KOBTHROUVD. at pee p.m. 4.,, f
They make buying .
easy .
himself - -- ----
of Jacksonville forever, so he might as well Hampers packed for shipment to dis- Senator and Mrs. Tallaferro. .
President much he can. We would do Leave Tltnsrllle for J. knonrlll* at t M .
tant friends took dinner with and as as 4 p.m. The Oldest Established Orate end l Semi House In the StateRUvn.s
likewise it had the means. May he and Intermediate points.
we
Mrs. Roosevelt and a select party on Friday
ROUT. L. MOTLOW, and die happy. II TltnuTllle for Barforil .. TKMa.ni: -
live
t last. The President was especiallyoordUI long "
Arrives TUnsvllIb from Sanford -. I:120 p.m
TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLA..
Senator Tallaferro. The dinner -

to
N r .Arr.c.: : A. :Sours: & 00.
was an Informal attain and greatly Cherokee Club Dan.... '

:EI:. C. :E3.A.: v: TNy enjoyed by the guests present. Among Florida Magazine
the other guests present were SecretaryRoot The members of the Cherokee Club GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
Artesian Well Contractor Senator hoar, :Senator: and Mrs. will give a final dance for this year, at ,
Senator Gamble Mrs.
Hsnsborough house Titusvlll on Thursday ..
the
,
..Dealer In.. Hobson, Miss Root and Miss Roosevelt Opera evening next, Deo. 20tb, when n full .. Flour Grits, Meal and Fertilizers
attendance of members and their friends An Illustrated\ Literary Monthly
Aermotors.Tanks and Pumping The PrograMlvei Culture Clufe requested. Old members of the Club 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, }'LAAgts .

Machinery. -- also Invited on this occasion.
are
DcLAND FLORIDA. The Progressive Culture Club will\ dieoontlnllelt.a forfurina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. I.. R'y. and Plant Sy<:'

meetings until the first Mon- Senator Quay end the Indians. ONE: DOLLAR A YEAR.

FJ.or1.d.a Mtitn.t daj In January, 1114.1:1.: when a full meeting .
A. Is desired and then work.of readingthe
Because said Senator Matthew S. CREW
It Is WHITE'S
GREAT DISCOVERY. Literature will again betaken T
English
.... of oJuct,. Christie,1"roe- up. The club rooms will still remain Quay has a strain of Indian blood in his *Address : ORMS iFUGEFor
Exhibited In pn i>oe veins, he was recently selected by a party V V X Ji n
eoutlni Atlomojr ol die Criminal Court of Da- open, and all members wishing them to
Indians to
vat County. F'a.' .and 4..4)ks. invtlle, Fl la. t.naletter. books or magazines will\ be able to get of Canadian present

Catarrh.of TMtlmoniaU Asthma of eta.taw, Cures from, of rora Consumption. or UnuMt .. thorn from the librarian. President Indians Senator Koosevelt.Quay Even boa among numerous the O. D. ACKERLY, PUBLISHER. 20 Years Has Led aU Worm Reme less ( T
prominent oltlaen<>f the dulled 8'atee. KATe FHITCHARD, Seo'y.Ilonee
: MIM, wmnUMl. $1 ekaci trial friends. Jacksonville, Florida. .OLlI: : 8t aLL: : : : :x> txrcaro.: .{
I. a en2A" centa. AddraiM.vru : PNpared by'"" "'. JAMES F. BALLARDSt.JLoulsTHE
l3 R. YOUNG, JACKSONYILLL7LA.: for Sale.
Cleaned Dye.
_. Clothing ,
results will ) finished' - Droving.Draylngorhanllng --- - - - --- -
If want good house, nicely -- --- -- -
you you A nine room - -- -- ------
i r find the ADVOCATE: an excellent silver and In good condition, located near the Pressed and Repaired. Ladles' dresses
of all kinds
f medium.J3T the corner of I'aJm and a specialty. Address promptly OFFICE
Using
l>. L Doe aoa Magnolia Avenue and Sth Street, wood supplied.
Reading; notice ads. on this pap M. Fla ALFRED HA.DLKV Titusville."Good. Prints all kinds of Cards Bill, Etc.
are live cents per line per week. 8m Tltusvllle, Fla. P. O. Dolt 2?$. Sanford, Commercial itltionery', Wedding Stationery ,


,

i ,



9 i4
a' ti n ,

-
'4 ,,
,'. . ..._.......(,.' .....,
"" _.l ... ... _, ,
-



University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs