Title: East Coast advocate
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00379
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: December 27, 1901
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00379
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
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LOCAL NEWS FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing: C rr Deed blank sold at this office. ment of their two famous summer hotel-t

Dr. Dodson, near Court-house. Gallery Tltusville and look at samples. in New York State. We wish him everysuccess
Every Friday bargain day at Gard- Please mention the ADVOCATE when In his new venture.In ,

And Topics of General Interest. -When writing advertisers please -Gardner makes special prices. Fri ner's, Tltusvllle. writing advertisers.MY .
mention the ADVOCATE. of the upon
days. pressure
-Mr. Geo. W. Scoble came up from ENTIRE STOCK AT COST NEXT our consequence we cannot Insert hotel arrival

THE ADVOCATE COST SALE NEXT WEEK.C. -Mr F. E. Bond, of the Bond Lum. Fort Pierce on Tuesday to spend the week. Chas. A. Gar doer, Tltusvllle.Mrs. at a space less rate than live cents per line per
A. Gardner, Tltusville. ber Co., passed through! here Wednesday holidays with his family In Tltu..I le. week.
J. B. Screven and little daughter
In advance.
$1.50 per annum. his to Palm Beach and MI-
$1.00 six months '. -Now 1 I. your time to buy a launch or ami., on way -We understand that the Florida East have been speeding Christmas week Mrs. Whltfletd a former housekeeper

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. 1 sailboat cheap. Read the ads., on this Coast Railway train are now running with relatives at Osteen. of the Indian River hotel, Tltusvllla and
-Mrs. 8. W. Carroll and her sister right Into Rookledge. The tourists and
Judge D. L. Gaulden the holidays Hotel Coquina Ormond Is now occupying : -
subscribe'I for the ADVOCATE page.An spent ,

When Miss Annie Hudson left Monday for residents this.
you ; appreciate
.. similar at the Hotel Colonnades -
unadvertised business Is like an at Deland, with his family.: He a position
the It does not cost
<< by year :you an extended: visit to relatives and friends
three cents per week postage Included. axe without a handle or a gun without In Gainesville.Get -Mr. and Mrs. F. Raulerson, of Day-: returned, to Tltusvllle :relt'.erdar.: Benbreor.e.

a barrel.*-The Advisor tons, stopped over here from Thursdayuntil The thermometer registers 70* In Manager Jail, P. Vlntng of Hotel Grey*
Note date of expiration: printed upon tuned by Mr. Adolf.M. heir to Hobe -
piano to-day on' Sound
your : way
Wllllnmstown Muss. taking
-Mr. Sidney Williams a popular and the shade to-day. Beautiful weather we lock now
or every week. This of who will be in board their lolanthe.Mrs. .
paper wrapper : Jaehde Leosburg on sloop-yacht
your ,
Ormond with his wife and
for No need well-known resident of Rocklede was. a are having now. Conie.tnd enjoy It. a rest at ; ,
Is a receipt your money. Tltusville about the 10th of December.
pleasant caller at this office on Monday, C. II. Rooks, who has been meanwhile he Is looking after his line
for *
for ns to receipt subscription. Do not forget this -The best way to get the upper band that .
North all the through at place.In
The date gives It to you, -Secure reservations via Clyde Line summer, passed of a competitor Is by the employment of orange !grove ,
steamers between Jacksonville New, -Miss Harding, a prominent young here, Tuesday, on her way to White City: and better adnr"slllg.-Adviaor. reply to northern subscribers wemay
THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE !Is on lady from the New York, was on Wed to spend the holidays. She will be In St. more state that Hotel Des land Daytona
York and Boston at the ADVOCATE ;
sale at the following news-stands, at five Tltusville. nesday's southbound train, en route; of Augustine this winter. -Mr. W. F. Jlbb has been placed In and Hotel Colonnades and tbe Clarendon

cents per copy : office Palm Beach for the winter. charge of the telegraph office and stationat Seabreeze and enter.
Inn are now
-Our staff took rest on Christmas open
TitusYllle-B. R. Wilson fc Son. Miss Sanders of Indianola who has a Rookledge and loft to charge
) assume
Bee 7th .
Messrs.. Rhodes, Walker and Gardner Day but our readers will find the ADVOCATE taming guests. page.Readers
J. B. Soreven. been Stetson De- last
attending University on Monday
Jacksonville-Duval hotel. Land left for home !Saturday to spend three of our leading merchants whose pretty, well up to Its usual stnodaftl take notq of the hotels now
News stand, Union depot the with her; ads. are generi.ll found In these columnsdid of eight pages, six: columns to the -Mr. T. M. Rloknrds, a wellknownfruit open and advertised on our 4th and 7th
holidays parents
: a big business this Christmas. page, all home print. The"pink paper" and vegetable grower, of Boca. Batons *. Do not for other
Elsewhere have ad. of the Is "on deck" and has Dade arrived at the Indian page toharound
we an generally: no excuse county' hotels for the generallyadvertised
-Work the big brick store of John !
=:r- Reading notice ads. are ten cents John B. Stetson: University, DeLand. on Is' to make for lack of news. River hotel yesterday. In the pink of Florida.
R. Walker &; Co.. Tltusvtlle being paper
line on this page.:
This known Floridians
per Is well
university to rapidly pushed forward. This will be -Mr.W. T.Gaulden brother of JudgeD. Remember that the EAST COAST The Graham hotel Patatka now fronts
and should receive liberal 4
Sam Perkins,Sanford, cleans clothes. , a patronage one of the largest/ brick store on the L. Gaulden, arrived In town :yesterday ADVOCATE: does all kinds of job printingat on Water street, opposite the post office
by our people.
N. of Jacksonville was East Coast of Florida. to spend a day or so. Mr. Gaulden short notice. Send them an order and the office o' the Ooklawaha River ,1r ij
Mr. Merry
Miss Mabel of la of Brooks and be convinced that It 1 Is the plan to "1 1f
In town on Monday. Sohuyler: daughter; Attorney Warts of Jacksonville a prominent planter county steamboat office. Th. Graham ha fifty
Cashier of the Planters' : formerly Ga. and took the second for the have done. ..
C. H.: Schuyler: !\ but latterly Y*.. College; piUe job printing < well equipped rooms, and many Improvements
Miss Catherine Semi of Courtney, Bank of arrived In Ti- best agricultural at the Georgia
icurity Jensen New Haven, Coon., was a passenger on -Mrs. M. H.: Jones and Miss Annie for the season. of lOttl. Lee Nye 1
in day or so the end of last tuivllle last and untilWedoe.day State Fair hold In Savannah
town recently
a Friday spent
was : the
Tuesday' southbound train. lie .Informed Jones left here, Saturday last, for Klondike are now proprietors.

week. Brown when with she her friendLMI... Louise our reporter he was on his way: to -If a merchant -was to close his store to spend the holidays with Judge Manager O. W. Ripley, of Hotel Slpl-

Secure your reservations over the Cuba. and suspend business every time trade Jones and Mr. and Mrs John C. Jones can, Marlon, Mn"..., has arrived at Da- a
Line at the ADVOCATE office TI- -Mr. Welsh he would be branded Mr. Wade JI. Jones stopped at home to
Clyde a prominent newspaper Miss :Mabel Snider niece of Mr. T. lags rightly a a Land, with his help, and he will open ,
of New. York < simpleton. And In what essential look after the house but on the returnof '
correspondent, passed A. Snider of Hobe Sound who has been :yet ; the College Arms to-morrow (Saturday).
through Tltusville, Wednesday on bU Brew would he differ from the advertiser who his parents be will leave for Albany, Mr. la hotel of considerable -
-Miss Aleph: Mlms came up to tqwn connected with the John Company I Ripley a manager
to Palm Beach for the Mr. stops everything for the same reason PClothiers' Ga. on a visit to his aunt.
season ,
ependthe way experience and the College Arm
from Fort Fierce, Saturday last, to of New York, will hereafter be connected j
Welsh said It bitter cold when he I and Haberdashers' Weekly.Mr. M
was : all who have has excellent: reputation among the
Christmas holidays at home. with the Empire Theatre where she -The general; verdict of
left New York and howas be
Ethel Coutant a bright and vivacious down here of, It. glad to will have one of the leading parts. I D. L. Alderman of Fort Pierce, witnessed the poiiormanoe of Faust by tourist i
-Miss out has sold his entire stock of cattle to his the Labadle Co. Is that tho rendition
I, At the Ocala house Ooals some very
of this place spent which has ,
young lady The F. E. C. Ry. train
with her at Oak -Mr. Geo. R. Wallace agent fcr the and brother. Rob Alderman, of Basslngor, for was In every particular satisfactory. The elaborate preparations for the coming
the holidays parents been between New $:
Buffalo Gasolene Motor Co., of Buffalo, running and myrna knownto the purchase price of H2,0<>0. We understand scenic and mechanical effects were heavy golf season have been made. A professional
Hill. N. Y., wa.a pleasant caller at this office Sanford for several months that Mr. D. L. Alderman will well bundled and proved .a prime feature Instructor has beeD'enaaged forth 1
-Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jlbb. who have Saturday. lIe came down the !St.: Johns many as the "Merry-go-round Tltusvllle hereafter only Interest himself In pasturing In this excellent production. The season-Mr. J. ti. I'ouraon of Cliloogo -, .

been in South Jacksonville, as agent for River from Jacksonville to Lake Poln- again on her old run between cattle and has left the open iknga.Klsstmmee .- parts were mainly well cast lu the hands -and the home club possesses many

the F. E. C. By., for several months, returned oett In his launch; and from there over and !:Sanford with Conductor L. P. DenIS Valley Gazette.Mr. of good capable artists well versed In excellent players. :The course Is a very
here Friday last accompanied lie will make his headquarters In charge as heretofore. legitimate drama. The In every -
to Rockledge. -: F. I.. IJamor the well-known company Hoe one. ,
'by his wife and baby. at Palm Beach this winter. Messrs. L. F. Puttee, W. C. Pettee, of tho Co. way Is worthy of liberal patronage.Sheimdonii .- 1
It. M.
also Mrs. representative Wygaut P. Daily\ Chronicle. Opera Mr. A. M. Taylor, mnnnifor of the Alcazar -
and : ,
L. E. Pettee E. C. Pettee; ,
of the Buffalo Gasoline York who has been Braldentown
-Take note -Mr. G. F, Lufbery one of our valu- New at Tltusvllle Casino, Ht. Augustine& has arrived
arrived In house to-morrow night.
H. E. Pettee all of New York ,
Motor Co.'* ad. on our 4th page. Any- ed subscribers of Chauny, France baa for some time past, vUltel the pineapple from New York whom he became Interested
one needing a motor of the above kind, returned to the East Coast to spend the town Christmas morning, and loft, same section this week and found no damage WHERE ? AT GARDNER'S COST lu valuable. patent out of which

should write Mr. George R. Wallace, of winter. Recently Mr. Lufbery receivedat day., for Rockledge. Mr. L. F. Pettea'sUna done to the pineapples from the late cold sale next: week. the ADVOCATE to see him become

West Palm Beach, for particular Port Orange, a fine, llgut-draft launch; launch came up from Rock ledge to soap. He Is now In Tltusvllle making a millionaire. ills charming wife accompanies
take them down the river.A .
-Prof. Charles B. Cory. who passed from Grand Rapids Mich., which was his headquarters at tho Indian River hotel The Florid Orange Crop. him and they are making

through Tltusville a week or two ago built after bis own Ideas specially for SILVER MEDAL WAS AWARDED!: and hustling around for business for' their headquarter at Hotel Aloaznr for

on an important business trip to New cruising up and down the Kast Coast. the Buffalo four-cylinder gasolene his company. There Is ageneralconaenans of opinion the winter

York and Boston was on Monday's be- She Is said to be a beauty: motor at the Pan-American Exposition Every column In a newspaper contains that there are now only about 1/10,0110/ (> Hotel Indian River, Roolilndg, under
lated train his returu of Palm Beach. of at Buffalo. It was the highest prize from thuuiuad dlstinct boxes of In the state so those
on --\Ire.: F. T. Budge one Miami's eight to twenty oranges the able management of Mr. Arthur L.

-Mr. A. Becker owner of a fine orange esteemed residents, has been In town all given in the above class. and separate pieces of metal says who have held their crops may: look for. Marsh, manager of the famous Hathaway

grove, was a ,passenger on !Satur: the week circulating among her many Gco.Buffalo R. WALLACE Gasolene Motor: Agent Co./, an exchange,the displacement of one of ward to getting good prices for tli ,m. In lion. Deal Bench, N. J., I II now open.

day's southbound train, en route to City: friends. She:! came up to Tltusville to Palm Beach Fla. which would cause a blunder or a typographical this section there are still\ a large Dumber The hotel has been thoroughly renovated

Toiot for the winter. We regret tu learn spend the Christmas holidays with her error, and yet some people of oranges on the trees. from roof to basement at an ezpensa of

she had been quite |III In Washington, parents, Capt. and Mrs. Jaw Pritchard.lerdaghters -Dr. and Mrs. F. II. Jloughton. who think it strange when they find an error several thousand dollar, and old time

D. C., but Is now much better. !Stella and Dorothy, also have been spending several months at In the newspaper. They nee a word with Strawberries on ptirlntmiM I).)'. guests will aces big change In this house i

oarae'with her. On Tuesday Mr. Budge their old home In WesMrvllle, 0., was a wrong letter In It, or a misplaced one, upon their arrival. Read ad.on 7th pa6lo.

-Miss Florence Robinson, who has Joined his family here among Wednesday's passengers; on their and are sure they could have spelled the Commissioner R. A. Conkllng
been at Rollins College, Winter P'ark.for to Palm Baaoh for the winter. The word right, and they are happy for a County The New Rookledge hotel I, Rocklodge
way: thanks of the ADVOCATE
-We want to draw the attention fo of Tlllman\ has" the under the of Mr.
several months, stayed over herewlt'iMrs. Doctor and wife-who were looking bale whole day and go around telling how the popular management
our numerous readers along the East f''.r a present of a basket oIl' verr: of tbe owner I I.
Jas. P. Goldsmith a few hours last and off' the train for a i editor made a mistake. ,. Horace R. son ,
hearty--stepped which
Coast and throughout the state in /tine and dellclu strawberries, will be the t.
on her to spend the holidays !general now open *s seen by *< on
Saturday, way few minutes at Tltusville, to say "lIow.do'rou.do" Hubert Labadle' version of Faust arrived this office Christmas Day.
at on
with her at Eden. to the advts. of ,the live and energetic our 7th page. Thla I I. a and well
parents businessmen who are bidding for : to several of their friends was presented at Peterson' opera house, They wen grown': out In the open garden, known hostelry, fitted with ail the latest

-Capt. Cbas. H: Hall, of New York a share of your patronage In the columns Manager Branding, of the Cherokee last night before a large audience. *lh* and go to show how mild this climate Is Improvements, Including steam beat, hot I

who has been spending several weeks at of the ADVOCATB.: If.you are In need Club ha secured an excellent,orgsniaatlon Brocken scene In the fourth act and the In winter when we can have strawberries or cold baths eto. Thorrf will also be a

New, Smyrna: fishing passed through of any particular line of goods, the pink for Saturday evening Dec. :28th. apotheosis In the last act were especially for dinner on Christmas Day. They nrst-class oichestra on band this winter.

Tltusville\ Friday afternoon last, on bin paper will\ tell you the best. place to buy The company I le headed by Mr. Hubert good Hubert Labadle as Mephlsto, were much appreciated and Mr. Conk- To January 2ith'; the rate will be $3.60

way to the Breakers, Palm Beach, where them. Read the ads. Labadle as Mephlsto and Mary Van showing himself a capable and Intelligent! ling will be kindly remembered for his day and upwards. Do Dot fall to stop

he will make his headquarters .for the -We are much pleased with the Tromp as Marguerite with an excellent actor sod he received excellent\ support thoughtful and welcome present. off at ItookNwlK. on your way south. A*
winter. x. words down- company of artists In their support Mr. -Mary: Von Tromp asFaust Marguerite, F. that place :yon will see acme of the most
flattering sent as by our
Attorney G. A. Frost, of this place, river subscribers In connection with theADVOCATE LabHdla carries two complete sets of Brewsier Smith as Oilvsr'' Labadl Launch For Sale, a llarffaln. beautiful orange groves In the State.

was made happy on Sunday afternoon; by :, the past week. Wear. also scenery for this great play-joe set for Valentine and Marguerite Crosse as Mr. John Anderson. of the firm of Anderson -
of cities and one set for small stages and a Martha.-Dally Mirror, Escansba Mich., I have a SOft., 10-horse power Morris
I the arrival his mother, Mrs. 'A. C. glad to not that several of our subscribers &. Trice of hotel Ormond has M
Is July, 1001.) At the Opera bouseTltusvllle launch for sal It Is
follow production complete In detail. Height naphtha *
.Frost, and brothers and sister as : did not fall to Incloao that which every returned to Ormond for the winter. H*
Sherman guaranteed to all patrons at the Opera Saturday evening Dec. 28th. In first class shape; about three years'old.
Lottie Frost Sheridan: frost,
helps to keep up a good: and newsy: news.paper Is accompanied by his father, General S.
Frost Manny Frat, Lincoln Frost, and viz., the hard cash. As to Christmas house, Tltusvllle tomorrow evening. for Has glass front. Will sell elieap. J. Anderson. During the past summer'Mr. '
Frost all of Ooonto WIs. Tickets on sale at the Eagle Clothing Fine .,, Address, E. C. Loira
Dowloa presents, we have been very fortunate Jacksonville Fla. Anderson and him. partner, Mr. J, D.

-Writing us from Camden N. J., Mr. In receiving so many useful tokensof Store. Price, have been managing/ the Mount
W. B. Sawn "You certainly have avery remembrance from our friends, to For AI" the sliiop-yaoht: Awlxa, In Pleasant house one of the most famous "
: says :
paper-the best country whom we, return hearty thanks. Lemon Seed Wanted. first-class trim and ready for sailing.; Photography Picture Frame hotel In the White Mountains, where an I

weekly newsy I have seen In long time. The Worth $1,5(10( ; will sell for WO.( Rare and Moulding) !Immense tourist business was done last (,

ADVOCATE: has lots of luoal news and Indian lUverltca, Attention. Florida Rough Lemon Heed, In any bargain. Apply to Ilrimv' THAUK, summer. Mr. Anderson stayed up In the

ads., which are well set and displayed." quantity. W. R. UAKDBK: Tltusvllle, Fla. Portrait, Landscape Marine Photographs. Whit Mountain until the loa and snow

We are glad to note that so many of our I We have the largest; stock of furniture "t Jensen, VIa. Portraits In all the latest styles. drove him further south; aDd DOW ho

readers North and Mouth appreciate .our ID Brevard county. We meet all com Protect Your Fruit Tree Old pictures copied and enlarged to an* and Mr Price are basking In Florida

pour efforts In the newspaper line./ petition. Our Dry Goods department is size and finished in any style desired. sunshine In their beauiifulortngegroms
second to none. We want :your business l"FurnUhed Cottage at ltockedge.A i 700 MoFarland Fruit: Protection Co, Florida views for snl. *. Work finished at Ormond.

Yacht Skipper. because we need It. We guarantee sat furnished I tents all size., at 30 per cent off regular for amateurs at trails prices. Tber will be a grand dance at Hotel
containing seven
isfaction and pay all freight charges. for rent cottage. Cottage, has four bedrooms r prices; Immediate delivery; made by V. M. TAYton.Titusvllle Alcazar, St. Augustine, to-morrow night

Dont send that order to Chicago until rooms, furnished, dining; room 'sitting I well-known McFarland prowess of waterproofing Ft*. (riatorday), and w* acknowledge recoipt'

Northern man, experienced, wants : :you try ns. J. R. WALKER A Co. and kitchen. Is In fine condition. I and mlldawprooflog; hoops, of tbe following Invitation from Manager

position o& gentleman's; small yacht. 2t Tltusville Fla- room Write Information to stakes and lamp furnished' with each AMONQ'THEHOTELS.Where Jos. P. Greavesj "Tbo management of
WALTER SAWW far any: tent, all ready to erect. The only absolute I Hotel Alcazar request th* honor of tbe
30 North 23th street.,, Camden, N. J.. I WALTON CALKING TOOL"fs one of Rockledge Fla. protection to an orange tree againsta / : presence of Mr. Cbaa n.Walton, Tltusvllle .
I the best things for boatbnllders and freeze. No more W be had at these to atop along the East Coast. at a dance to be given In the hotel

Horse Wanted. yachtsmen; price) 4.00 and 18.00 each. prices. Address, See list of hotel oo 7th page. : parlors on Saturday toning:, December

.- For sale .at Jas. Pritchard A .!Sou'., Pineapple Plantation For Sale. WH. M. BBOwir, Tltusvllle, Fla. The ADvoCATE Is DOW on file at all 28th 1001, at nine'" o'clock.1!'. This Is the

I want a good, gentle horse about Tltusville\ Fla. the best hotels In New York lty. commencement of the dances at this y

1,100 or 1,200 pounds. State particularsand Pineapple., plantation fronting on InJ: Desirable Property at Itockledge Where to stop'In TltusvllU* See. Tltusvllle and fashionable those who and are lucky winter enough resort to receive , f
lowest.. cash to dun : Containing 25 'acres V acres i
price River ,
For Sale' or Rent Furnished. For Sale.- hotel ad on our 7th poj{*. an Invitation, may rest assured
D. ST, CLAm NlSBET, order cultivation; partly shedded. Good .
Indianola, Fla. 7-room house, also packing house and The Breaker, Palm B.ach.I.now open they will spend a very enjoyable *v n-
5.4 mile
An eight room house In a desirable Located Indian River one from We have attended these dance before
.. for the season with Mr. Leland Bterry$ Ing.
all shipping facilities. For particular
,, "-- location on Jlldgewood Ave., Dayton' poatoCOo* and hotels acre of assistant and w* know whereof w. speak.
F. W. WILLS as manager.Mr.
Address apply flvhundred feet rI."r frontage
Stove. Wood For Sale. land, nearly -
L. M. MDBS AT, Box 132, Jensen, Fla. ; high, rocky bank with heavy native P.B. Baurez, who wa In Saratoga: JUblde Dairy Farm For Sale.

-Leave your orders; for; wood at Carroll'. 4t Daytona Fla. hammock !growth. Twelve acres planted all the. summer I I. the chief clerk at the -

.&Ore. TUusvllle. A. P. GBCBXK. Yawl for Sale. In citrus trees Including numerous Nw Rookledge hotel, Rockledge. Cocoa and RockledgO. This

Launch For Sale. varieties of orange, grapefrul', tangerine The Hibiscus hotel Palm Beach, under Located' of land .a s
Include 6<> acres
and Itlce Barrel Sloop, :38ft. deck. 31-flft. on keel, *, lemon and limes, varying In age tbe management of Mr. A. K. John.. property boos of eight room, furnished complete -

Empty The Cabin Launch Dawn 33: feet long ll- rt. beam; draught. 2-ttft.i cabin from old oearlng trees to threeyearoldbuds son, will open on pr about tile Hth of house IflxJO: feet, with.

For sale. ;;;;:- 1 feet beam, draft 26 inches, drop sash 14ft.; head-room, boa Two 6ft. berth" ; guavas and bananas, also In bearlog. January cement; dairy floor, with separator, sqd charts.
with water males
AddW.4LTaa windows forward, mahogany finished on each side, good mattresses pillows Artesian well bead of J.r-
A. MOOBK, throughout, 7 horse power Moo Vapor bedding, stove, cooking utensil and and hydrants through the grove. Attractive Mr. Harry E. Bemis, manager of two flied to roD with power; 75

8 George St., Charleston, 8. C. motor, speed nine mile per hour. la per dishes; 4 persons; toilet. Two anchors nine-room residence, two eottage. ., hotel at 3.t' .*au, N. P., formerly sy mltoh cow barns BO head and of stalls heifers for one the

feet order. Used one season on the East cable, tender; good running rigging! packing-bouses, tool house, wbarf and of Rookledge/ ,has bee1\ angsted to con- span of moles and one boggy. Also
HIIdltch .Steam Laundry. Coast of Florida. Reason for selling DOW sails -and patent steering gear; 4 mall boa house. Property welt oared duct the summer hotel at Bedford Springs, stock, wagons of ZOO) trees half vt

.% sudden death of owner. For price andfurher years old; don't leak. Good reason for for and In good condition throughout. Pa., next year. Mr. Bernie. who I. r. an orange grove For puNcnlats
\ bearing .
which In
for soiling. For gsrded a* an extremely competent man, are
Satisfactory reasons
Basket will leave offLm of Southern particulars apply to selling. Address, ABTHUH LAPUAM. r
G. V. ROOM snd further Information apply to has been for tbo past tan years associated address,
Express, Ca..eyery Tuesday morning. HODOSOV BROTHER!: price Cocoa k'Ia.
.B. W. JOYVKR AgU Call Gallie, Fla. Bos Jacksonville, Via,. "$." care ADVOCATE, TUusvilU, Jl'1a.J with the Smiley Brothers In the manage ,,


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LOCAL NEWS FOR FINE DENTAL WORK: GO TO CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH : SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. '. q Deed blanks sold at: this office. meat of their two famous summer hotels-.

Dr; Dodson near Court-house. Gallery Tltusville,and look at samples. : Every Friday bargain day at Gard Please mention the ADVOCATE when In New York State. We wish him every
In his .
And Topics of General Interest. -When writing advertisers pleas Gardner makes special prices Fri. ner's, Tltusvllle. writing advertisers success new venture.In

mention the ADVOCATE. day.. I II I -Mr. Geo. W. Soobte came up from MY ENTIRE STOCK AT COiT: NEXT consequence of the pressure upon

COST SALE NEXTVEEK.. -Mr F. E. Bond of the Bond Lutn i Fort Pierce on Tuesday, to spend the week:, Chas A. Gardner, Tltusvllle. our space, we cannot Insert hotel arrivals
at less rate than live line
THE ADVOCATE C. A. Gardner, Tltusvllle. ber Co., passed through here, Wednesday holidays with his family in Tltusvtlle. -Mrs J, B. Screven and little daughter week.a cents per per
advance. ,
91.60 per" annum months In .. -Now Is your time to buy a launch or on his way to Palm Beach and Mlami. I -We understand that the Florida East have been spending Christmas week) ,
$1.00 six Mrs WhltfleM, a former housekeeper
sailboat: cheap. Read the ads. on this Coast Railway trains are now runnlnj with relatives at Ostoen.
to countries. of the Indian and
2.00 an. foreign River hotel Tltusvllle
per .1.ter,1 ,
Carroll and her Into The tourists and
Mrs. 8. W. right Rockledge.
I> L. GauMon the holt Hotel I
Judge spent CoquinA Ormond la now
When subscribe for the ADVOCATE page.An Miss Annie left residents will this.
you unadvertised business Is like an Hudson ", appreciate days at 1)e Land, with his family. lie< log a similar position the Hotel Colonnades
does not cost
by the ye.r".lt week included.yon axe without handle or a gun without an extended visit to relatives- and friendsIn -Mr. and Mrs. F. Raulerson, of Daytona returned_ to Tltuarllle ye.'.erda)'. Seabreflne. t
three postage Gainesville
per a barrel.*..The Advisor.Mr. stopped over here from Thursday -The thermometer registers\ 70 In Manager Jas.P.Vlnlng of Hotel Grey-
Note date of expiration printed upon -Get tuned by Mr. Adolf until to-day on 'heir to Hobe Sound
piano way
sod your the shade. Beautiful weather lock Wllllinnslown Mass( Is .
Sidney Williams, a popular to-day we now takinga
week Thl.I. M. of who will be In board their stoop-yacht: lolanthe.
or wrapper every Jaehde Leosburg on
your paper well-known resident of Rocklede was a lire having now. Comeatnd enjoy it. rest at Ormnu|, with his wife and,
a receipt for your money. No pleasant caller at this office on Monday. Titnsvllle about the 16th of December. -Hra. C. It. Rooks who has been meanwhile he la looking after his, flue
send for subscription. Do this -The best to get the hand
for n to receipt not forget way upper that i
North all the passed through at place.In .
The date gives It to yon, -Secure reservations via Clyde LIne! summer White of a competitor la by the employment of orange grove ,
Miss Harding a' here Tuesday on her way to Cityto
prominent young ,
steamers between Jacksonville New more and better advertising.-Advisor.Mr. reply to northern subscribers we
THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on lady from the New York was on Wed spend the holidays. She. will be In St. that i
news-stand at five York and Boston, at the ADVOCATE of this winter. W. F. Jlbb has been In may state Despland, Daytona;
sale ac the following office T tunlJ1e.MI. nesday's southbound train, en route Augustine placed and Hotel Colonnades and tbe ClarendonInn
cents : Palm Beach for the winter. charge of the telegraph office and stationat
per copy
-Our staff took a rest on Christmas Seabreete are now and enter
R. Wilson & Son. .. of baa Kooklodgo and loft to
Sanders Indlanola who assume charge
Titusrllle ;
Messrs. Rhodes Walker and Gardner Day but our readers will find the ADVOCATE taming guests. See 7'h page.
J. B. Bcreven. been Stetson De- on )(ond.ylallt.
attending University, -
three of merchants whose well to Its usual standard
our leading pretty
Duva.1 hotel. Land left for home up Readers take notq of the hotels nowopi'o
Jacksonville to ,
Saturday spend ads. are general found In these columnsdid of eight pages, six columns to the -r. T. M. Kicknrd, a well-known
Union depot and advertised on our 4th and 7th
News stand the holidays with her .
parents.Elsewhere a big business this Christmas page, all home print. The"pink paper"Is fruit and vegetable grower, of Boos Rae Do not look around for other
we have an ad. of the generally "on deck" and has no excuses tons. Dads county, arrived at the Indian hotels
mr-:: Reading notice ads are ten cents John B. Stetson:! University Deland. Work on the big brick store of JohnR. to make for lacks of news.Mr. River hotel yesterday.Remember for the boat hotels are !generallyadvertised
In the of Florida
Walker & Co., Tltusvllle Is being pink paper
per line on this page.Sam This university well known to Flora! will be Gaulden brother of JudgeD. that the EAST COAST 1
rapidly pushed forward. This .W. T. ,
Perkins Sanford cleans clotbe.Mr. .. 5 Idlans, and should receive a liberal patronage arrived In ADVOCATE does all kinds of The Graham hotel, Palatka, now front
one of the largest brick stores on the L. Gaulden town yesterday Job printingat on Water street opposite the oltomc..nd '
by our people. East Coast of Florida. to spend a day or so. Mr. GauldenIs short notice. Send them an order f Ocklawaha,
o'f Jacksonville the office the River
N. Merry, wasIn Bro** and be convinced that It Is the o t
-Miss Mabel Sebuyler, daughter of a prominent planter of s county plane to
of Jack steamboat office. The Graham has fifty
town on :Monday. Cashier C. S.: Schuyler of the Planters'S Attorney formerly Ga, and took the second pi Is. for the have job printing done. %
well equipped rooms and
sonvllle but latterly of Yale College; ,
Miss,: Catherine Sims' of Courtney icurtty Bank of Jensen arrived In TI- best agricultural: display at the Georgia maollmprove-
the New Haven Conn., was a passenger on -Mrs.. M. H.: Jones and Miss. Annie meats for the season of 1
was in town a day or so end of last tuiville, last Friday, and spent until Tuesday's southbound train lie .In- State Fair, recently held In Savannah.If Jones left here Saturday last, for Klondike are now the proprietor

week. Wednesday with her friend, Miss Louise formed our reporter be was on his way to a merchant was to close his store to spend the holidays with Judge Manager C. W. Rlpley of Hotel 81 pl-
Brown when she returned home.Mr. ,
Secure your reservations over the Cuba. and suspend business every time trade Jones and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jones. can, Marion, MAM.has" arrived at lie-
the ADVOCATE office Tl- Welsh lags he would rightly be branded as a Mr. Wade IU Jones stopped at home to
Clyde Line at : a prominent newspaper Miss Mabel Snider niece of Mr. T. I.nd. with his help and he will open
And In what essential look after the house but the returnof
tusvllle.Mt correspondent of New York, passedthrough simpleton. yet ; on
the Collage Arms to-morrow (
Hobe Sound who has been ;
A. Snider, of advertiser who his be will leave for
: Tltusville Wednesday on his would be differ from parents Albany, considerable
Drew Mr. hotel of
Rlpley a
Aleph Mlms came up to town, connected with the John Companyof manager
s the fClothiers' Ga visit to his
for same reason on a aunt.The
to Palm Bench for the season. Mr. stops everything ,
from Fort Pierce, Saturday last to spend I way New York, will hereafter be connected experience, and the College Arms j
Welsh said It bitter cold wheu be and Haberdashers' Weekly.Mr.
the Christmas holidays home. was with the Empire Theatre, where she general verdict of all who have has an excellent reputation among tile

left New York, and he -was glad to be will have one of the leading parts. D. L Alderman of Fort Pierce, witnessed the performance of Faust by tourists.
-Miss Ethel Coutant, a bright and vivacious down here out of It. has sold his entire stock of cattle to his the Labadlo Co. Is that the renditionwas
young I lady of this place, spent The F. E. C. Ry train, which has of for In particular\ Th At the Ooala house, Ooala, some very i
-Mr. Geo. R. Wallace agent for the brother Rob Alderman Basslngar, every satisfactory.
Oak preparations for the coming
the holidays with her parents at been between New &Smyrna: and
Buffalo Gasolene Motor Co., of Buffalo running the purchase price of $12,000. We understand ' scenic and mechanical effects were heavy golf\ season have been made. A profeaclonal .
Hill. Sanford for several months and known
N. Y., was a pleasant caller at this office that Mr. D. I. Alderman will well bandied., and proved prime feat Instructor has been engaged forth

-Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jlbb. who have Saturday. lie came down the St. Johns to many as the "Merry-go-round Is hereafter only Interest himself In pnatur ure In this. excellent production. The season-Mr. J, S. Pearson of Chicago !

been In South Jacksonville, as agent for River from Jacksonville to Lake Polooatt again on her old rnn between Tltusvtlle Ing cattle and has left the open r.ng*.- parts' were mainly well cast lu the hands -and the homo club possesses many

the; F. E. O. R several months returned in his launch; and from there over and Sanford with heretofore.Conductor L. P. DeessIn Klsslmmee Valley Gaxette. of good, capable artists well versed In excellent players.. :The course la a very

here Friday last, accompaniedby to Rockledge.: lie will make his headquarters charge, as I -Mr. F. L. Ilamor the we11-kcown legitimate drama. The company In every dos on*. .

his wife and baby. at Palm Beach this winter.Mr. Messrs.. L. F. Pettee W. C. Pettee, I of the U. M. Wygaut Co. way Is worthy of liberal patronage.
also Mrs. I representative Shenadttnh, P., Dally 4.hroolole.Opera Mr. A. M. Taylor, mauagor of the Alsatar .
L. E. Pettee and E. O. Pettee
-Take note of the Buffalo Gasoline G. F, Lufbery, one of our valued H. E. Pettee all of New York; arrived In I New York who has been at Bratdentown house, Tltusvllle, to-morrow night Casino, St.Auguttlne. has arrived
:Motor Co.'s ad. on our 4th page. Any subscribers of Chauny France has 'for some time past, visited the pineapple from' New York where he became inter.estod
one needing a motor of the above kind, returned to the East Coast to spend the town Christmas morning and left, same section this week, and found no damage WHERE AT GARDNER'S COST In a valuable patent out of which

should write Mr. George R. Wallace, of winter. Recently, Mr. Lufbery received clay for Rockledge Mr. L. F. Pettee'sUna done to the pineapples from the late cold sale next week. the ADVOCATE hones to so* him become!
to .
West Palm Beach, for particulars.Prof. at Port Orange a fine, light-draft launch launch came up from Roekledge snap. Ho Is now In Tltusvtlle, making a millionaire. Ills charming wife ao

Charles B. Cory who passed from Grand Rapids, Mich., which was take them down the river. bis headquarters the Indian River hotel The Florida Orange Crop companies him and they are making

through- Tltusville a week or two ago built after his own Ideas specially for A SILVER MEDAL WAS AWARDED I and hustling around for business for their: headquarters. at Hotel Alcssar for

on an Important business trip to New cruising up and down the East Coast the Buffalo four-cylinder gasolene his company. There Is a general consensus of opinion the winter,

York and Boston, was on Monday's belated She Is said to be a beauty. motor at the Pan-American Ell p011l Ion -Every column In a newspaper contains that there are now only about 1AO.OIM) Hotel Indian River noc led e. under

train, on his return of Palm Beach. -:Mrs. F. T. Budge, one of Miami's at Buffalo. It was the highest prize from eight to twenty thousand dls*' boxes l of oranges In the state, so those the able management, of Mr. Arthur L.
given In the above class. tlnct and of metal, who have held their crops may:. look for
esteemed lealdonu, has been In town all separate pieces says Marsh of the famous Hathawayiin
of fine manager
-Mrs. A. Becker owner a or- GEO.: R. WALLACE:, Agent, ward for th4lm. In ,
the displacement. of one of to getting good prices
exchange !
the week circulating her an
among many ; Deal beach N. J. Is now
was a on taturday' Buffalo Gasolene Motor Co. open.
ange southbound grove passenger to CityI'oint friends. :She: came up to Tltusvllle to which would cause a blunder or a typographical his section there are still a large num- The hotel has been thoroughly renovated
Palm Beach Fla.Dr. .
the Christmas with her : error, and yet some people her of oranges on the trees.
for the winter. We regret; to learn spend holidays from roof to basement at an expense nt 1
she had been quite In| In Washington, parents Capt. and Mrs Jan. Pritchard. and Mrs. F. U. Houghton. who think It strange when they find an error several thousand dollars and old time

D. C. but is now much better. Her daughters, /Stella and Dorothy also have been spending several months at In the newspaper. They nee a word witha trawb rrl.l on Chrlrtmoa Day. guest will sees big change In thin boos t

came'with her. On Tuesday Mr. Budge their old borne In Westervllle, O., was wrong letter In It, or a misplaced one, I upon their arrival Read ad.on 7th page.

-Miss Florenoe Robinson who has joined his family here among Wednesday's passengers, on their and are sure they: could have spelled the County Commissioner R. A. Conkllng, '

been at Rollins College Winter Paris, way to Palm liaach for the winter. The word right and they are happy for a of Tlllman has the thanks of the ADVOCATE The New Rookleilg*hotel Rockledge,
here-with -We want;. to draw the attention fo whole and around how the uAdor the popular management. of Mr.
day telling
for several months stayed over Doctor and wife-who were looking hale go f..r a present of a basket of very
Mrs. Jas. P, Goldsmith, a few hour last our numerous readers long the East and hearty-stepped off the train for a editor made a mistake line and dellclo is strawberries which i Horace !t. shares, son of the owner, I*
Coast, and throughout the slate In gen now as will be seen by the ad. on
the boll.
Saturday, on her way to spend few minutes Tltusville to say "UCwdo"ou.do" Hubert Labadle's version of Fau.twas arrived at this office on Christmas Day open
eral to the advise of ,the live and ener- our 7th page. This la a and well
her Eden.
days with parents at getlo business men who are bidding for to several of their friends. presented at Peterson's opera house, They went grown out In the open garden, known hostelry fitted with all the latest

-Capt. Cbas. H.; Ball, of New York, a share of your patronage In columns Manager Brannlng of the Cherokee last. night, before a large audience. 1 he and go to show bow mild this climate I.In I. I improvements Including steam beat hot for

who bus been spending several weeks at of the ADVOCATE. It-you are,In need Club, has secured an exoellent\organl- Brocken scene In the fourth act and the winter, when we can have strawberries coM baths, etc. There will also be a

New Smyrna: tlshlngpassed through of any particular line of goods, the pink aittton for Saturday evening, Deo. :2Kth.! apotheosis In the I lost act were especially for' dinner on Christmas Day They I flimt-clsss orchestra on hand this winter.

Tltusville, Friday afternoon last., on his paper will tell you the best. place to buy The company I. headed by Mr. Hubert anode Hubert Labadle, as Mephlatn were much appreciated, and Mr. Conk:, January Wth) the rates will be $260

way to the Breakers Palm Beach, where them. Read the ads. Labadl as Mephlsto, and Mary Van showing himself a capable and Intelligent hog will be Kindly remembered for his per dsjr and np wards. Do not fall\ to stop

he will make his headquarters 'for the Tromp as Marguerite with an excellent actor and he received excellent support.: thoughtful and welcome present I off at Uocklwltfe on your way south, Al

winter; v -We are much pleased with the many company of artists In their support Mr. -Mary Vosj Tromp .. Marguerite F. I hat piece. yon will see some of the most
flattering words sent us by our down sets of Brewsier Bmllh as Faust, O.lver. Labadl Launch For Sale, a llartraln. beautiful the State i
carries two In
Labndle complete
4 Attorney G. A. Frost, of this place, river subscribers, In connection with the as'Valentin* and Marguerite Cronus) as orange grove
was made happy on Sunday afternoon by the week. We also scenery for this great play-one set for I John Anderson of the firm of Anderson ;
ADVOCATE past are Eacanaba Mich. Mr.
and small and Martha.-Dally Mirror I have a 30ft., 10-horse power, Morris
cities one set for stages a
the arrival of his mother, Mrs. 'A. C. glad: to not* that several of our.ubacrlb- In detail Is July 5, 1001. At the Opera bouseTltusvllle Heights naphtha launch for ae. It I.In Is ft Price, of Hotel Ormond has

Frost, and brothers and aUters as follow) era did\ not fall to Inclose that wjilch production, complete all every at the Opera &Saturday: evening, Die. 28th. first class shape about three years'old. returned to Ormond for the winter H* l

Xottie Frost: Sheridan! frost: Sherman helps to keep up a)good and newsy newspaper guaranteed to patrons Has class front Will sell cheap. I. accompanied by his father General H.

Frost, Manny Frost" Lincoln Frost, and vis., the hard cash. As to Christmas house Tltusvllle, tomorrow evening. Yacht Address E. C. I/ono. .I Anderson During Ih. pant summer'' I'I'Mr
sale the Clotbln8tol'8. for Sale. ,
Dewloa Front: all of Ooonto, WIs. presents, we have been very fortunate Tickets on at Eagle Jacksonville, Fla. Anderson and Ills partner, Mr. J. D.

In receiving so many useful tokens Price. have been managing the Mountleaaant 0'
Writing us from Camden N. J., Mr. ; : -
W. B. &Sawn "You certainly have of remembrance from our friends, to For sale the sluop-yacht Awlxa, In 1 house one of the most famous ,
: says best whom we return hearty thanks. Lemon Seed Wanted. first-class trim and ready for sailing. Photography, Picture Frame btellllD the White Mountains, where an

weekly very newsy I have paper-the seen In a long time.country The Worth tI IIi110; will sell for lIO. lUre and Moulding*. immense tonrlst business was don lost (,

ADVOCATE. has lots of local news and Indian lUverltes Attention. Florida Rough Lemon Peed, In any bargain. Apply to HKWUV!: TEASE, I ammer. Mr. Anderson stayed np la the
Fl .
ads., which are well set and displayed." quantity. \Y'. R. UAIIDKK, Tltnsvllle, i Portrait, Landscape;; and Marine Photographs. White Mountains. until the la* and mow
I all the latest lit Ie.. drove I him farther south and now he
, We are glad to note that so many of our We have the largest stock of furnitureIn 4t Jensen Fla. 1 Portraits ;
readers North and South appreciate.our Brevard county We meet all com Protect Your Fruit Trees. I Old picture copied and enlarged to any and M,. Price are basking In Florida

pour efforts In the newspaper. line., petition. Our Dry Goods department is Cottage : site and finished In any style desired sunshine their beautiful orange groves
l' / at Kocktedge. 700 McFarland Fruit Protection Co. Florida views for sal*. Work finished al Ormond
second to none. We want your business
Yacht Fiklpper. because we need It. We guarantee; satisfaction A furnished co-; containing seven tents, all sizes, at 20 per cent off NP-; for amateur at trod prices. There will be a grand dance al. Hotel
'. M. T.A."MtoTltulIVUle
Immediate, delivery made by
1.1' ;
and pay all freight charges. has four bedrooms prices; Aloacsr fst. Augustine to-morrow night
for rent. Cottage Fla.
Dont send that order to Chicago until rooms, furnished dining room sitting wsli-known MoFarland process of waterproofing (Saturday), and we acknowledge rrcviptf

Northern man, experienced wants you try us. J. R. WALKER: A: Co.H and kitchen. Is In sins condition. and mildewprooflngt: hoops the following Invitation from Manager
position on gentleman's; .mall yacht. Tltusvllle, Fla. room Information to stakes and lamp furnished with men AMONG THE HOTELS. To*. P. Greaves; "Th management of

WALTEB SAws, Write far any J. J. WHITE tout, Alt ready to erect. The only absolute Hotel Alcazar request the honor of the

30 North 25th street, Camden,N. J,, CALKING TOO'Is of Flo. protection to an Orange tree against! presence of Mr. Chas. II. Walton Tltusvllle .
Roeklodge Where to along tbe East Coast,
had at
a freeze. No more to tfieseprices. stop at a dance to be rhea In the hotel
for boatbuilders ..ndacbt.menl
the best things
Address, See list of hotels on 7th po (*. December
Home Wanted. price $' .00 and $d 00 each. isrlors on Saturday evening<,
I- ,For sale at; J... PrItchard &: Sou's Pineapple Plantation For' Sale. WM, M, ROW1ll.Tt&lIevllle. Fla. The ADVOCATE is now on file at all ftth, 1001, at Dine o'cloollThill: Is the

I want: a good/gentle.. horse about Tltusvllle, Flu. the best: hotels In New York eity, lommtncvment of the d....... at this t

1,100 or 1,200: pounds. State particularsand Pineapple plantation fronting on In'. Delllirabte Property at ItockledgeFor I, Where to atop In Tltnsvlllef Bee 71 and fashionable those who and are popular lucky winter enough resort to receive -,

lowest cash prlc to :***, dlan containing 21 sores, U acrss -
For Sale or Kent Furnished.An River Good Sale. tusvllle hotel ad on our 7th pee an Invitation, may rest assured ,
D. ST, CLAIM NIDBKT, under cultivation; partly shedded.
Indlanola FIs bouse also packing house and River I The Breakers, Palm Reach,I I.now open the, will spend a very' enjoysbl evening -
eight room house In a desirable 7-room For particulars. Located mile from I for the season, with Mr. Lelsait Wt rry We have attended these dances before -
facilities. Fifteen
1' location on RidgewoocJ Ave., IX.-ton*. all shipping poatollloe and hotel. acres) of as assistant' manager.Mr. and w* know whereof we speak.
Stove Wood For Sale. Address apply F. W. WILLE, '.001. nearly flv*hundred feet. rtvvr frontage .-.

L. si. _I1R..A.", Box 13'.l..at Jensen, Fla. ; high, rocky bank: with\ heavy native P. B, Hsnren, who waste Saratoga Farm For Sale.

-t.eave your orders for: wood at Carroll' Daytona Fie ---- hammock growth. Twelve acres plant* all the ..,M Iller. Is the chief clerk at the IflltMlde! lalrJ"-

store Tiiusvllle A. P. GBOBEH. : Yawl for Hale. .d In citrus trees Including numerous New Rockledge hotel, Rockledge.The This
Located Cocoa and Rocklwlge.
launch For Sale. varieties of orange, .urapefrul, tin!fer. Hibiscus hotel 'Palm Beach, onA at
of land a
Ice Sloop, 38ft on deck. 31-6ft. on lawl.1t.fUt. nee, lemons and limes. varying la age t the management of Mr. A. E. Johnson property Include 50 acres furnished coma
house of
and lt Barrels. eight room,
Empty Sugar The Cabin Launch Dawn 82 feet long, beam; draught6ft, | cabin, from old bearing trees to three-year-old. -, will open on or about the 8tn. of house 16x:<0 feet with,
and bananas also In bearing. pM; dairy ,
14ft. headroom.it... Two fill. berthson buds; guavas .
7 feet beam, draft M Inches, drop aasbwindows ; January.Mr. cement floor with and churn
For sale. Address, Artesian well with water mslaa separator
finished each side, good mattresses, pillows,
Vf.A.LTaaA.llooa.; forward mahogany stove cooking utensils and and hydrants through tb. grove. Attrae Harry E. B'mlt manager of two fired to run with power; 73 head of Jersey -
Alco betiding
8 George St., Charleston s. C. throughout, 7 nine horse mile power hour. In Vapor duties 4. persons, ) toilet Two anchors. Uv. nine-room r.ald.newo eottage*.. Flsgler hotels at Nassau, N. P., formerly mulch cows, 80 head of heifers one
speed per ; the
motor per stalls for
ami of Roeklerlg 'II.* been engaged to eon- span Of moles, barns and
wharf *
tender good running rigging, tool house, ,
feet order. Used one season on the East cable : Also
smallnboetbouee sleek thre and one boggy.
well cared duct the summer hotel at Springs wagon
4. 1'Wj p sail amJ patent steering gear;
Illldltch Steam Laundry Coast of Florida. Reason for selling new half of
Mr. Semis who I* re an of SOU tree,
anifarther : old; don't lk.: Good reason for or and la good condition throughout. Pa., next :year. ac'I'Ove
:'r sadden death of owner. For price years "or rll<'n'"fB
which la bearing. p' ,
for For garisd' as an extremely are
Satisfactory tvssons selling.< .
Basket will leave offoe of Southern toIlovOsos selling. AdilriN., '
: particulars apply ss.osistedwith LArnAN.Cocos .
and further Information apply' to IM bern for the past ton years address, AnrntH
ft. V. fUH EK". \
ISxpres Co.'every.Tuesday morning, BnOTnsse. price }'I..
,Brother In the ,
iii.L Smiley manage
.B. W. JOTVEB: Agu I Ban Galll, its. Box IPJacksonville "*..) ear ADVOCATE, Tltuavtlle.






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: .," ,- ,. EAST COAST ADVOCATE DECEMBER 27, 190\. '

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main In to receive callers on toe! any TRUTH WINS.An .
u5 I' NEW YEAR'S RECEPTIONS. I following New Year's day. Up to a few JASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING:

It was the! Invariable custom of the 1'ubllo .
h of the AtinuaL.e.ea m-t the Jemago' Appeal &oth.Common Sense I
w..... Ilowae. to offer refreshment" Including wine. Meat With yule.. Response.Read .

//it1 I 10.1.n YBAR'S day has been, at every house where! visitors were iecelved. the Verdict. I

NEW the foundation of the j Though the old custom Is still\ A few short month. ago .e submittedto GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 25 YEARS.

the occasion of a reception observed, In many Inntaui-i'H there has the Intelligent public an,article culling
I by the president of been n large falling off In recent yearsIn attention to the discovery of an actual .WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.
ho.t..8 who oiler CatairhC'ure. Skeptics I here were plenty
the United Mates. Ho fore tho seat of the number of ,
ho Intoxicating. liquors to visitor owing to the many worthless preparations
I government was moved Washington belle and I heretofore offered In this country, some
Among rival village even
New Year's/ receptloun wore among thopicaldcntlnl row of which might relieve but none The Carder-Campbell
I leaders' of French-Canadian city Company
leveeu of and young
Wpshlngton could cure this moat distressing dlsenso.HNUFKLEM < y
life there is much rivalry as to the
J Adams, and these have been regularly ( the GUARANTEEDCATAIIHU I ,
I held since They have always been attended I number of calls received by each of CURE, reaches the very seat;

''Y i eai ( by tbe diplomatic corps,! cobl.I them! on New Year's. day. The popularity of this disgusting/ dlscHRO and removes I Shack Vo. J. FooI Main Street, t' JACKSONVILLE FI.A .

net olllcers, member of congress and of tbl.vlNltJug Is no doubt largely the cause, affords a gentle yet completeand

i I "<'IU wlI". Sometimes much ceremony contributed to by the! rule which permits positive ciire. -Southern Selling(; Agents for-

1 bI wan observed and at others there. lifts the callers to kiss all the young Numerous voluntary testimonials like

I been 'no ceremony other than a simple women to whom they are related In the I following was troubles are received with Catarih dally. In the WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND (.i<.\VEL
distant Intermarriage
tbe manner.
t J\j presentation this act being performedfor even most Is a marked characteristic throat, my "physloUn did not seem to ROOFING. ()Jabvt'a Sslilugld, Stalin and Deadening Felts National Paint
t tn mnny years by the Incumbents! of I I know what to do for It, and seeing, so
the ollico of superintendent. of public of, French-Canadian society and tbe much In the .papers about"iSNUFfcLKS:: ::S:!," Vorks btructural and Technical Paints.

buildings/ or the marshnl of the District. circle of relationship Is usually,very extended -I THE CATARRH CURE I thought I

The first reception In Washington therefore. I would try It, and I must say that, It has DKllONDE'S: "LYTHITE" COLD WATER PAINT.
rI held Among other New Year's day custom !I already helped me HO much that, I feel I
Now Year's day of 1801 wns .. .. ..
--- --- -- -- -
of French shall be After, using one ----- --- --- --- -- -'- =
I perpetuated In parts perfeotlymuad --
....................... ,............. . .... by Pr<>*ldeit and !\JrM. Adams\ nnd. i Canada* Is that known as la benediction I box of "SNUFFLES" I felt like a. new
oooocoooooooooooooooooooEW though the east room of the executive,.
Id CCILAE: : Quincy Fla. .AaVE-BROS.: ;
I puternelle the blessing of tile I PUIHOU.-RKV.O.W. Exllla
mansion unflnlxhed\ and another
wn\ Ictmnot' 'also":: NUFFLE too much. 1
I YEAR'S I room was used It Iw stated that all children of the household by their I It Is a wonderful treatment for Oatarib.:

the formality and etiquette of royaltywere I father. Sometimes this ceremony la |.The first box /gave me sucly relief. as I
the of performed after the return holbe of the bad and six boxes ; Wholesale
observed.[ During term have not for years,
o g IYI .OMENS I g! PrpHldcnt' Jefferson his dnugbteisspent I family from tbe mass of tbe day In the I cured me, although I mill keep a box on Bottlers 0 Wm. J. Lemp

I Oo t+ one season with him and putting parish church. In other households It hand In case I may catch cold. shall always "
nslde the etiquette' and formality Is made the first experience of the new do my best to lecommond It whew Brewing Company's St.
OI o k k "WhiskeyStroot.
u year. ever I can. M. E. BAXTER!: Malborn, Vt.I .
of lila predecessors he abolished the Louis Beer. Keg Trade
am using the sixth box of "S UF.
GOOD AND BAD SIGNS levees!, with the exception of those on FLES"-.nd the icsnlt.
Am vurpilsedat
ON JAN. I IO g New Yenr's-day and !flit Fourth" of Ju I am feeling better than, I bave' fur five Our Specialty.., House.

O< ly. Callers were shown to long tables wu danced In the ball by the er.'. red yeais. The air passages oldan therein U . a

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoTlin where Virginia honpltally wall dispensed glow. no dlHchat' and head I U as clear asa
ge my
.. ... ... IT
, I w+uw wwwa a . .wj and It Is said the market bill/ made Far tin palm hid the litirrw at the wIle.l hI'". 'i'hisistheonly Cptnrrhmedicine 1240 "te> 120; 'VV'"cs1; .A.dnD3.s .
And each form WM outlined on the flouf .be that did me good and I have tiled a
j ntondnr: 1 begin the yenr on were "over $50 for each occasion. any .
low. JI U moor. J. CALDWELL, tl Paso Tex liS. J'. .A.OB.SC: rLLEJ: I'I.1.
administration of Mr.
js 1, 11111.It\ la not struiigo During the While the shadows were spread fir and wide.
; J1 !, t In tho beginning of the 'Madison though the country was In Out the ihiitawi were misty_a softened gr yIn SNUFFLES Is no ordinary remedy, buta __ __ ---- ----- -------------_____. H' _

",'+ .yon, corn should/ /Ilnd an augury the throes of war the at New which Year's tetra receptions Tha light accord of with the tlrt the drove slow melody the dark ling away, guaranteed complete treatment to cure CATARRH which Is positively in any ...0000... ................. .
ft'' M for the Cutm'I I Ever since they were While It lent all a meet Dl1."''''', form or stage/ when used according to directiona. '
? reckoning of time bognn\ ( tho fortune of Dolly Madison wns the principal figure. There are no powders acids, .
h"+ the now Inllliil hall been Some of them while the executive Both dancers were courtly and IIfIII.... of.grace. Inhalers but simple and pleasant a\. = P.O.
yenr'a day a
regarde Yet the maid held my fancy alone; or $ .. : ; O
For 3120ctusuae.. 4 Full
1111'III a tni'iiKiHMt' Indicative mansion! was being rebuilt after the Th.glow gars a Uuih to her beautiful facet tl'eatmentfor men, women and cblldien. I ; : {.a.ru ."- Quarts
*s'2' what song to romw during the twelve burning were held at the Octagon In her dark eyea a fairer light shone Don't delay but send for it at once and o

months unccvi-tllng. We no longer go House, Eighteenth street and New And then u she curtealed w ,stately ao slow. write full particulars to your conditionand OF THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD o

r to nuguri! to foretell lie\ future-thutIH York' avenue. Mr. Monroe went Into It With warned the like grace a" dream of an of age the that long la,pad long 10- the discoverer you will receive of this special wonderful advice remedy from

1 most at us do not-for Instead of being n houfto rebuilt and"newly furnished Like a dream that I knew could not laat.Bo without cost beyond the regular price of : Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey 0o

,r Installed in trunnion\ and living In end with Mrs. Monroe'as the successorof the remedy.

l luxury tlio sootliwiijt-ru now Inhabit "Queen Dolly Madison" levees, especially Prepaid to any address on receipt of:$1.

humble quartern I 111 Luck streets and nlloyg. on New Year's day, were the Address Dept. O 705 EDWIN B. GILES I We chip io I'lulu 1'ackage, no marks to Indicate contents, which will .
f scold ell I comment, When :you got it and ted It, if It in not satisfactory return
.t But the vein of superstition features of Washington life. ,1 be & ( 0., 2J30-3J: Market Bt. Philadelphia ltal our expetise and your$ be cheerfully refunded. Tbia whiskey.l
which run through the human race Is terms of Mr. Monroe were regarded as aa good t MB any 85 no good*l in the-C; ; t. We are close nt band and can give .
I of and this fact had .. you quicker delivery than distant hoaee.We have been doing' business in
bound those
to good feeling,
umiilfi'Kt Itself In Borne way, thin city: and at the same stand for 110 years* and as to our. reaipoualbllltyetuil .
and although/ wo are prone to regard much to do with the success- of the GENERAL DIRECTORY.U. rvpeitutlou for'bauuat dealing wa refer you to any bank merchant Lara .
to the editor of till
or paper.
ourselves an quite-above the foullsh social entertainments. t

,,y' t practices' of out allcestorl. we never. During the following administration, .. SOLOMON & LEVI. .

1's''' a l theluxfl, In lingering rotnnnnta of CUB* that of John Quincy Adams (elt''tl'dby H. 8, {Chubb....S.....LANU... .. .OFFICE........,.. ....neltlMter.W. . 1928.1930 First Ave., P. O. Box 33, Birmingham! Ala. .
,4 torn show thiit perhaps We are not BO tile house), much of the previous O. Rnblnaon... ..::. ..., ... ... ... Receiver.Ortlcea W ]NOTirR-WepajexproMchnrirMtnallpnlntarniiahfKlby: ." the "SnuthVrn EiproM .
/ 1 tit fur ndvnnccd an we think ourselves. good feeling was absent yet It was asocial at Oalnenvllle Dorlila., cnropiiny,," tmttn iMlntonn. line.of oLb..l'e.p..coml'an..e' . prepay only. to ,point*
where Southern E ''This desire to peer Into the future lathe success due to tbe tact of Mrs. U. S. SENATORS.I| 0.0.D.Prkelt.tforother'goods on application.When wrltlnii pleuae... montlon Uila payar. .

otlgln of not a few of the superstitions Adams, for she not ,only kept up the J P.rallaferro...... ...... .... k...Jan" onyl\Jo. .
yid .. .... .. ...\...... ... .
+ which1' evening levees anti New Year's B. Mallory. .Pell aeola.
I with a mental.vo reservation now openly deride but attended 'to providing receptions the ..00 0G ..................
that perhaps U. 8 CONGRESSMEN.
{ ...:.. .
I ,'4 after all. It U Just barely possible' refreshment served and presided over Robert W. Davis....,.. .. ........... .. 1'nlntka. -------'-- I
t + u thcro be the dinners., She tactfully M a B. M.SparkniBn. ......... ......... .... .1'IwIIJa. \
I uiny something in them In frequent<< ,
ti OE3: . S. $ z v s2 as CO.
nearly all countries some form of avoided all subjects of controversy.In t t FLORIDA LEGISLATURE ,

f; divination III I practiced: ,. particularly by tile term of Andrew Jackson the E. V.' I'lmlrk, Palm Beaeh..Senator. i7. BIO TV. Bay at.. JACKSONVILLE '., FLA.
the youug, on New ''Year's day to foretell old custom of holding New Year's receptions K. H.Raulercoii Fort Fierce., ,Keprcseutative.:

the future. The Scottish peopleare and levees was kept up. tbe 1 EXECUTIVE DErARTMKIfT.

fond of regarding; ; themselves as wife" of Andrew Jackson Dotielsou being Wm. 8..lennlnjr................... ....Goveinor.Jnu. .

<1""1+ 1, lyl s highly Intellectual' \ but lu this matter the hostess and the general In ,Tames. L 11.Crawford Whltfluld; ,..,...::.:::::Secretary:..... ....TreaHirer of State Fuw. { FULL

? t I they! are as credujoua a* the pennant' order to keep up the hospitality to b Wm.l Lamar. ... ...... . . Attnrne-<4enerai. 4' _
of the Sicilian uiouutalua. lie uses bin which he had been accustomed. bad to W N 8he"......... ...8upt. Public Iiiotructlon. i
B. E.McLIn....... .Commissioner Agriculture. '
/j bends, but the Hi-otchnmu'! employs Ills draw heavily on his private means.- Alnncu. (Cronm....... .. .. ......Cfiinptmller.
/ Hlblo, which hi places bnck down on. Washington Star. J.CliffurdIt.routeq...;., ..AJJiitant-fienernl. EXPRESS t
John Hrailford' ... ......;.. ,...Survejur-Oeneral. EXPRESS
t A table [ii'i'mils It to fall open of Its stately so slow was each *te|> that she mad. R.E.Rose.1.- : ..,...t. ......... State Cliemlst. PREPAID PREPAID
' Oftlce.at Tallahaaaee,Florida.
own weight, then Without looking lit
And ao graceful the bead that she bfntlT
3 ) puts hilt huger on a page tad reads the NEW YEAR'S: IN CANADA. old laahloned fan that at time.* eaat almde SUPREME COURT JUDGES gp1 .

H'li verse on which II'l'lIt..., and this lauppostnl Such an air of true elegance I.ntl| at.H.Mahry.: ....... .... .. ... hlerJnatleo. E l
Interesting Custom of the Dmr The place of the dance a place) to ...
to Imllrnto gave my F. .rartel''.. Aiaoolata Juatloe. pal I.
hU fortune for the
j Among Canadian thought. 1I..Taylor........::, ....... "
your. And 1 dreamed of the that dead
{ The World over cards and dice are In YEAR'S Is the one day, of The spell of th. dance" w.e by sorcery are wrought) RAILROAD COMM18810:>EItS t ''I'' I I , 64ts :

{ 41 NEW year when every French And the hurrying modern days ted. H. E. Day .chairman.... .. .....Galnefivllle. I
high favor an being supposed to Indicate lao woman Is supposedto J.T.. Mnrfran,.. t.. .. .. ... .. ...........Janper.J. .
t the ,h-<,rl'''" of fate The cards It was peace, the await rod of the olden day M.Hrvan...,.......'..... .. ......'KlaalinuiM.,
1 sad the! throws art! fortunate or the reverse be at home to receive visit When all idols were not overthrown,. John L.Neel.Y.jl''.. clt-rk .., ..... '...Arraola.Hea $450I20ts I Doret
and .
1 ors. More social calls and ceremonious When romance till lived and aa king.lava held 1 I > quarters. onlcoil at Tallaliawwe FIn
In about equal utiinbers, so that
I.' visits are generally paid by French. away, : CIRCUIT COURT. I '
I every one has a fulr clmuco of obtaining Canadian men ou New Year' than nn Before. Mammon to ruler' had grown Minor 8.Jones,Tltusvllle........Clrault Judge; DELIVERED FOR
ni| omen for good. The actions nod And all thoa who watched were bewitched by the ., J.D. Hegga Orlaniln.....JYoneoulliiit. Attorney,
I' i ; voices of the anlmcl asnoelntea' of man any other day of the year. In the country dance. Spring' Tenn-Fourth Monday In April. 0 0
parts of the province of Quebec thlt .And they dreamed. till the meaeure" was o'er) Fall form-Fourth Monday In November.'
{ were formerly on this day above all visiting often begins as early as 8 Today was forgot In the short" backward glean' BREVARD COUNTY COURT. $900 d.Ara1Ls .
others slguJHcnnt of good or evil to And the charm of the. day before.riavel .
o'clock. In the morning. In the cities gone ........ .. .
f t come. A dos cheerful bark: on New Scott Mine In Ladle Horn Journal.A A.P.Fenney, .. .t... County Jndge.
hundred visit often James 11:. Andrew..Froeecnting Attorney. '
than are for
Year's morn was auspicious, his howla more a ....A.8to..art........ ..... . ......County Clerk the Pabst n re whiff Co.
made on New Year's day. and there queer Berlin Cnetana. Spring Terra-Bmond Monday In May. .. : :
unfavorable sign. To meet a ------
very; ------ ---
are always some callers who continue One of the queerest New Year cus SmmnierTerm-SechndMonday In Augtmt.
v cat ou New Year'a'mornloll betokens Fall" Term' -Seoonil Monday In November.
their visits on the two following days, 'tomll.I the unwritten privilege of tile Whiter Term Uegopd Monday February
111 for the future AS, curiously epough.
(bough women are. not required to re'Is -I Berlin rabble to mash nay silk hat
It Is regarded In the Latin countries COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. Nine-
as the sign of a coming change of real. <- -- that appears In Berlin' street on R.B.: Mima,Superintendent' .......DonaventureMember HER.BINE.
deuce To lice a snake Is the worst New Year's day *i J M Dixon chairman.TltnsTllle;
r GOod Heallh R.N.Andrews,Cocoa| C. P. PUtta' ,tor'I'1e1'Otl. Tenths .
possible omen for It signifies death by I .L... 'r:7.rr: : .
Worms take In small intestines COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.:
vlolenca' A few years ago an Italian refuge the
living 'near Milan saw three snakes where they can easily multiply. J.'R. Walker., chairman; Tltnsvlllej; John R of Pure
i r "' doubtless the highest human, good.It White's Cream Vermifuge will destroy Mlot Indlanola) R. A. Conkllng, Tlllmaai. I John ices from Natural Roots.
\ together on Mew Year's morning before O. Jonea, Woodley;J. Frank Bell, White City.
I, 'I breakfast and it especially to women to whom it the parasites. The verdict of the people Regular, to atone arc held anlt Monday In eachmontb. all the
was so frightened means the preservation of beauty happiness tells plainly bow well It has oIocoe ded. -
l that he fell 111, became despondent and in the home and the enjoyment Price :asots. B. R. Wilson A Son. BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.A. REGULATES the Liver Stomach and Bowels,

r did actually die. To lee a pig Is regarded of social duties There can be BO good D. Penney. ,TltuavilleCounty; Judge People!
. .. Cleanses the System Purifies the Blood
; throughout souiaem Europe asa health for any .... cannot there Ja.E.Andrews Tlt..U.I.; .. 1'roeAttyr.
.f, Esteem be la no A. A. Stewart,Tltnaullle,... ......County Clerk'
fortunate omen signifying! plenty In woman who sufij | confidence, dud there be J. Vooton.! Cocoa ............Tax .............. Suffer
.1 the coming twelve months, while the fers from womanly . ! can no confidence K. W. HalI.Tltnvme........ ,....Tax Collector, Malaria Biliousness Constipation
diseases. Her where there Is no respect.Giles. : .- F. H. any..Titusville..Trounrer. CURES ,
sight of a crow magpie or a jackdaw R. Mime, ...
E. Monaventnra Snpt.Pub lust
probably from the thievish propensities complexion flesh fails.IIer loses. J.O. Fries., Tltuavlll. ... ," .County: Surveyor from a Stomach and impaired Digestfon.Diseased .

of these birds I Is regarded. as a sign its firmness. Her : An woman thrives J.PHrewnhnsvill.Sheriit T.J.Cookabutt,LaG range..R....tatrat Ion OrHoerTTTU8VILLE .,

"i that the beholder will be systematic eyes are dull. She : food and sunshine, with plenty on of fgood oxen TOWN COUNCIL. i iLiver Ever} Bottle Guaranteed to 61ve Satisfaction.

ally swindled during the coming .bus no borne happineaa 1 olso In the open air. Her form glows J.M. Dlxonmayors' R.E.Mmla, Jr., marshal Lsxca. tit BO'rTLxn. en... ...X.Xa Doem.
twelve mouths. no social with health and her face blooms with Its and tax ooltootorr W.8. Hraoolnir, clerk I andireanrer : Price, GO Cent
enjoyment.Doctor ; John henry. .sawnrJohn:: I R. ,
/ beauty When troubled with a costive Walker, r. A.III..rllaa. O. ".l>oren, S o.Van.laudinfthara .
v ChrUti.aB< F.atla.. Plerce'sfavorite habit, aha takes a few dotes of Uerblne and J. L. Camitben. onaneilmen Prepared by JAMES f. BALLARD. SL Uul Mo.
During the middle area the whole Prescription : i to cleanse her system of all Impurities. The council meet ant Tueaday In each month.

cures thediiKeases r PrIce OOcU.( B. R. Wilson A Son. TTTUSVTLLr BOARD OF TRADE __
//1 Christmas season was given up to revels which destroy : -------- ___ ___- __ c.---
and Jollity tu which and O. M. Robbins president. |I'".M.Dixon treasurer. . .
t eating the health. : Oai H.. Own Head. .J. n. Beat,...........,. Meets second Wednaaday IF YOU WANT
drinking bad a prominent part. The It establishes regularity : night to each month at their room, A...
; Saxon Instinct of our English: : ancestors dries disagreeable : Mr. Pug-Kins-Fifty dollars for a bennett FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS.

}; ted them to, make of every holiday anT train, I Why, madam It's a crime. .
"' """ Indian River Lodge N..IIO.bold lie
y occasion for feasting. Plenty to eat heals iitflumma- Mrs. Buggtns-Well the crime Is on tbawcond and fourth meetings
; Friday evenings of each
tr' i'''' and to drink: was their Idea of a festival tion .and ulcerstion, and cures female my own head.-Philadelphia Record. month at their lodge........, near court house. .Building Lot
.i _Rknc... It gives good health to *. TUX: ..'clock... m. J. R. Walker, W. M.; ..
no matter how sacred might be Its women which means tranquil nerves, a r..I..1Kol'1Ut.Sso'y.ORDER ?
associations. On Christmas they not gooiappetite\ and sound steep TOU KNOW WHAT TOP ARK TAKING Or EASTERN STAR.
';4' only lined their stomncb with good When you take drove's Tasteless Chill or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR
t.r"b; great two with Friendship Chapter,No. 11, holds It*mating OCCUPANCY
l capon as dial 1 Shakcspcare'i Justice, and 1 wrote to Y"w.advice"says Tonlo because the .formula I* plainly I In the Maoonlo Lodge morn, Tltnunlle, on the .
but tufted themselves with all sorts of .. Mr* Matti.*II.yL of Tnbu alIIdoa.idCu. printed on every bottle showing that It l lslmgly 1 tlmTnaedav In each, month aa7IDo'elnekp: .m. LAND FOR AX ORANGE GROVE, '
You outlined
a court" of treat Iron 'and the third Tnnday la each month at T do
and =
rich nourlolilng food and strongly compounded meat tor' me. I followed your' direction, and. Quinine a tasteless o'clock p. m. The followtna- tba vfllotr of 1'INEAPW.IB: GARDES',
pudtUugti Bud I now ftvl I like .a dlrTrrvnt pcraon. I never fovm. No eure, No pay fiOeta. :the lodr.I Mr*. O.M.Robbin.worthy matron, PLA T.1TIONorTRUCK
u plea. 'rzpeclcd' to hear from y'ne when'I wrote to jrou. I 01'.8. R. Wilton, worthy patron; Mr. B. R. We probably have for sal J
In three daya after I commenced taking your Wilson, aaeooUte matron Sir. F. A. Morgan *.Jl\at what you are seeking.
ij Tae Chrl.'m.a Tr.*. m"lidal1wpa to r..llwtter.. I took twenty !. 1'...' .matnnrj Mr. R, C, 8crlmfreour. aerretary* :
Of all the.. CbrlMnms greens tbe tree and dollar'0<>1.1.worth.. Metlical of the, tHacorery.'t .._rite 'Prescription'1 bought it Mamma (at the breakfast tableYoualways :Min; Kate.. _5tswart.eoeductaess 1.... .-Iuct..t Mr.J.Hseov.;; Mr JotaA! % Settlers" are flocking; In bnt still there: is room. If yOU fire
la tbe aristocratic monnrcb. Used not five dollar. worth, at a time' ', and also four vial ought to use Tour napkin. ;m. Achill Mr*.J. R. W.'k.r.Ku.' ,,; Mr*. F. A. looking this .
of Dr. IMerce'a "" nO'lL I would' not take _ethoo..ad Qeorgle.Georgle. Fortran 1 Esther; III...0..... W. Sad* Martha way, drop a, line to
so much as an actual decoration itself dollars for the nod the medicine has
done..... I can, t praise it I wish. -1 nstn Mr.T. T. Wetnorar Marabal; W. M.
as a background tor decoration It enough all am It. mamma. I've Wuodward,Elects.WANTEDeeenl. JAS. E. .
who surfer with such troubles wouUt ffiw Dr. INGRAHAM
figure all the. central ornament In the Pierce'. medicine a fair trial. 1 can work all !got the dog tied to the leg of the table

I Christmas festivities. Its trimming la day. dolna; anythlnw.. walk. where I pleaae, and with It-Motherhood.TO : rvionaa character and EAST COAST R'Y
feel good. Many Ibank M you for your kind toed repnuiuoa In aaeb Stats (oa" In thl*eoaa- ,
i a matter of mystery Its burden of advice "' ........ and adwrtlaa, old ILA
lights, tlnael and finery the rarest Dr. Pierce'a Medical Adviser, in paper CURE A OLD IN ON a! DAT lingwealth, business honaa of *olld flnaa-ea- _.__.______ ____. __ ST. ATJOTJSTIXE3.

spectacle that juvenile .,..'ever look covers, sent/TV on receipt of at one Fake Laxative Bromo Qulnln (Tablets. MtiUtloaal all( ...llary**la ls ash weekly eacb,with Wedm.2.,..*nM*

upon and Its brief but triumphant cent Address pay expense'of mailing All druggists refund th* money if,,it falls direct from bead t_... Hnr. and carrlac*rnrlbd. THE ADVO(3ATFjWPRilitlG"OFFlCEPriaUallWitd.of (
In borne life be only. Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo to cure. E:. \V. Grove's signature I* oa .whan neemaary. Reticence Enclona
career an epoch to long N. Y. .alf_ -'stamped ............ Manager. Itu ,
? r)memb r. aldpI I :
:nmercW Etit
jt.Uon.ry Wedding Stationery Cards, Bill

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Professional, Cards. t'. .-+-+....-o..c>o-. ....... .. .. . ... THE FATE OF CORONETS hww'l TO CARVE TURKEY. .

I ooooooooooooooooooooooooo -- \ \
CA'URHCatarrh < Tlrcnm o. w. ... .. .,. ..... \ \
M. ROBBINS o Lord) BrotiBhuni'e The Art M.de. IMrtln For the r. o e
CEO. I o.o. Chllele.' Frvlt Ulb Idpnl of the .-..... fa:nun., ;, : :,. \'t/2E

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR \' o.ISTLETOE Peers and their coronets are 'soon tISTO.M: has made usual liproabouts 1 d o.u".n ,. sari,.. N..... '" ,
net I'll 10 Ie.
AT-LAW. linn become such u common parted when tht ceremonial lUBe bus C to cat turkey for our : -.na file .l..n P, .
disease Hint n I,-,sues entirely free from g .TALES Io g been served. Tin Hue of cue coronet Chl'll'tnll1111o'1'. null accordingly ,', '.p"It.le"I,.. rap
Will practloo In State and United State this dil4;II.lillC complaint i is seldom 1 met Is told by a corivwpoudent of M. Q. 1*. the festive bird will .b.U xnp.. !>""",,11,11..)... lt:

Court. with It is customary to speak of Catarrh lilt 1 o< > He writes: "When I wan staying soiiit grace ninny a table. Hut It Is not cveryliojj do not bnak. '
Office at TiTUSvn-iK, FLA. as nothing in .:C serious) than a bad cold years ago In Philadelphia with U.Y ; who knows how to CIII"a fateto No.-i ,! chain. \ \ () r,,

a simple unitiHtioiPof the iiose am I LEGENDS ABOUT THE ' Child, the well known proprietor "r turkey.. and the hints given, here uinj ndcul 111) '( 'SI.: \ \S
throat. It in, i i f,"t. a complicated and I noticed hm<.s ours. ,
The Ledger newspiiper tlu-re help ninny; u bewildered mini to HO dew \ \ \
tK if it "or'I \
D.L. very tlnnx: r""" uuse ; not bt first, .
suon".cull < at dinner one evening a peculiarly shaped mean h'li'i If tint. tho ordeal! lull not Iw.kirglike
very so. p00000000000000000000000both : nut \
ATTORNET-AT-LA.W, The blood iit quickly .>+...+.......+.........*...... . + gilt stand used as a support for a dlsgitue i In the eyes of thu wife of w new-nr* twirl r
the foul (UM-relioiiH, nail I tile poison through China dish containing grapes. My host his. bosom MIvill ax of those guest a,. loaghy,lhti . I

Will practice la all tli.jDourt of the 8tate the general circulation. is carried to aU 18TLETOE, associated with observing that I WAD scanning/ rather who iiiuy be present at Ills tuna'i'ti. Heirntti* : (OIL, 6 --y eSold.

ot Florida, and the United States Courts parts of the svstwn.Sahcs comedy and tragedy closely said: 'Oil, that Is the coronet Hare the turkey resting! upon his

I'.O Box S3S. TITUSVILLE FLA. x !u.hra end "l'ra'lIlIre unsatisfactory b owes Its elevation to the Lord Brougham wore at the queen's back. Put the two tined fork In alum

nnd di. 'irpuiiiting because they do glory of u prominent Christ-! coronation. I have taken out the velvet an Inch lu front of the peak of the ..
not reach the of time trouble '
drat S. S. S.
T J. WEBB, runs decoration to the relics of Druld- cap and turned It upside down bl'l'allltbo1llwhl'l'e It will sink Into n 'reveryaher.
doe,. It cK-uiibcs>> the blood of the poison \ t
e and eliminates from the system all catar Ical supemtltlou and again, even fur. The golden balls form excellent feet hollow formed by tho peculiar conformation .In U ca"-Klxrt.Mtl \ .

ATTORNKT-AT-LAW, rhal secretions, and thim cures thoroughly ther back to traditions. of Norse my. and It makes a most elegant dish of the breastbone. Thu bin bySUndard \ a

Will and permanently the worst cases thology. In 'which It played an Impor. stand.' Which It certainly did." Is then held! llrmly while the carving 011 \ 11
practice In the Courts of the 7th
tant part But what ts the fate of coronets compared Is being done. Comp.nySomo
Circuit. Taxes paid for non.re ldents Mr. T. A.-Wllliamfl, a Itadlna dry-good merchant '
and-rents and accounts collected. of Sp.rlanhurC.C.wrtes: "Poryran! Long before kissing was Invented or with the fate of coronation The first thing to do Is to take off the w

Trrcsvii-LB .. I naval butl Cntarrh.aeveie with case. all of ballads were made and sung the' mistletoe robes A large portion of George IV.'s It'rll.ftt/ the second Joint. Cut down of our FKOBIDA.: the dlaaereraible effects was a sort of fetich' and la as wardrobe. Including the coronation alongside the leg and boar outward a forgotten the fact that this office Is fully

diaeaac which belong and T which to that capricious as most heathen deities. Inasmuch robes was put at public auction In the little with the knife set well) In. equipped to do all kinds of job nilntlng.

A: D. PENNEY, make life painful and as It has a marked preferenceIn summer of 1831. There were 120 lots The knife Is Inserted above the leg Advertising; nnd job printing helps us to i

unendurable. 1 ttaedmrdlclucn the choice of a tree to grow upon disposed of, and some of the Items are I and after making an Incision It la publUh newspaper worthy of the East

I ATTORNEY-A T-LA W, leading plu preacribcil.liiniiM end by the oak. the larch and the pear being Interesting. A pair of fine kid trousers pressed outward. Tho second joint Coast, and all we want Is a. hart of It. k

....."._ted )'V ittnnher the'' least favored, while It loves the of ample dimensions and lined with I then parts easily from the body. Alter --- -- -- ,- - ---- ---
o( friend. l but wbluutgelnng '
I TITCSVILLE, FLORIDA. any belter. I r poplar, hawthorn lime. 'maple., mountain white satin was sold for 12 shlll ngs. both legs are removed In this manner -
then intake 8 B. ash first and foremost of all The crimson velvet coronation the should bo cut off the
Will practice in all the courts of the 7th S It bad the. desired t at and. sumptuous wings KIDNEY DISEASESare .
Judicial effect, and curnl me the,apple tree. It roots firmly, grows mantle wltb silver star embroidered knife being used on practically the
Circuit ,
alter bottlee.taking I It nivoiiliili.n eighteen B. FI. 8. la" the only a mitdl. slowly gradually stifles the tree Item with gold which cost originally, same principle as that employed In re- J
due now In uce that will effect a permanent cure braces and then dies Itself t In ancient according to the auctioneer. 000 was moving the Il'JtfI..
fatal of all dis
MORGAN & JONES, of Catarrh;" lore It had rare medicinal virtues but knocked down for 47 guineas; a richly The' next point for the skillful carverIs i the most .

is the only purely yeg. these have found oblivion with 't he embroidered silver tissue coronationwaistcoat to separate the "drumstick" or first I cases.FOL'.

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE etable blood purifier lapse of time. I and trunk hose US. The Joint from the rest of the leg. This Is : '

S SS.. known, aixl the great.medi Norse fables tell us 'that flnldur. the ; purple velvet coronation robe, embrold done by flxliig the fork to the second I 'a KIDNEY CURE Is I j jW
Loans of all
Notary Public. emit cines and tonics.If bright and the beautiful. time god of 'I ered with gold at which It wa said to joint of the turkey. Then an Incision EY' Guaranteed Rtmidj

Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. you have Catarrh don't wait until it light, was regarded wltb Jealousy by I contain 200 ounces brought only iM. Is made at the Joint and tho end of

TrrusvjLi.E, FLA.GEO. becomes deep-seated and chronic, but be- some of the other deities, and Frlgo. to I although-It cost his late majesty 300 the leg Is then pressed down with the
gin at once the use of S. S. S., and IIt'lId protect him. made everything In heaven An elegant and costly green velvet knife. or money refunded. Contains x

for our book cm Blond and Skin Distant! and earth swear to do him no mantle, lined with ermine of the finest The breast of white tnont la now nt remedies recognized by eminent

A. WORLEY, and write our physicians about your case. barm. But disregarding th* mistletoeas quality presented by the Emperor tacked. The fork la again placed over physicians: as the best for '

ATTORNEY-AT-1AV7. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA. being sd slight and weak she omit. Alexander: to George IV., which cost the breastbone in the original position

_ ,_ __h___ ____, _ __ ted her precaution In its case. Loki 1,000 guineas, was sold for 125. and slices are removed from the breast. Kidney and Bladder troubles.
General practice In State and Federal the malevolent fire god seizing this The slicing should commence near the PRICE 5Oc. and $I,00.

Courts.receive All business attention.entrusted will chance bewitched a twig of mistletoe "Last winter an Infant child of mine peak of the breastbone till cuts being( Jt. Jt. W1L.HOX; sit HON. I

prompt CONSTIPATION ,till it swelled to the size of a spear had taken thinly the knife held horizontally --.-- -
General Counsel croup In a violent form, says Elder
for the Tuttle
Estate and. slyly giving it to blind Hodur John W. Rogers, a Christian Evangelist, ,, and the cuts extending downward WANTKI: >-Koinrnl l'ersnn.ot ohnraoMr and
Miami. told him to throw It among the gods toward the wings. After the meat has t I. In iwi'li HtaM(ono in this cnun-
of !Filler, Mo. gave her a few doses of rMfrr.:: : : nliltahllHliDiil.
MIAMI FLOBjnA. have 14 time .. ) ti repmsant| and aiUnrtlae es-
"I a wltfca
..*....son* ., the a.r..e b.wel., not belnc able to when they were at play. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and In a boon taken from both sides of the turkeys wealthy biiKlnofta house, ,>f scud flnan.cm .
mare them except b* atlas bat water IolecllenaCaron1a It struck Baldur,and killed him but short time all danger was pant and the breast In thin fashion the knife ) aianitlnir. KiilHry. SIX weeklY.with eapeniwsildltiiitia.1
/ all In nnnh vwh
TAMES ANDREWS, oonatlpatloo for seven rear placed m. la Frlga miraculously restored him to life child recovered." This lemedy not only Is Inserted transversely behind the lit rr"", liimd pAyMliln 011I..... lor| .."tiil currlHiie WetliiAadayillreot furnlnheil .
/ 1 ATTORNEY-AT-LAVT. till terrible beard aondltloni of but ne***Pound'soy time relief 1 did:t each ewrythtncl > and thereafter guarded the mistletoe, cures oroup but when given as soon aa tle projection on them' breast betweenthe ., when. ..0..1')'. 1/; ..r.......... "..nclrmea.
was mr oaa* until I began sang CASCAHBTB.: I decided the first symptoms appear, will prevent 4 If aililrmned ata.ii ,iieil enveUiiiit 1II..I"r.1I81'.stullllulhll"ar.l'hl""jlfJ.
which the gods at her pleading peak and the neck. This Is formedby "aodeo
.Main office and postoffioe address, TITUS- now b.f.from on*to three paaaagei dar,and If 1 I the attack,. It contains no opium or i
...flea 1 would give 1100.00 for each movement) It should be- unable to do any mischief the "wishbone"or"merry thought.
VILLH. Branch office at FORT PIEHCK. other harmful substance and maybe -Job of all binds executed
: ATLMIR L.IIUMI.10M Printing
I**aob r aef. For
again unless It touched the earth. The knife slips easily between this and!
Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. su..ea8aD.1rol1Utah. given as confidently to a baby as to an at the ADVOOATB offloe. Bond your order.P i
this reason It always bung on high and adult. For sale by all druggists] and the breastbone, so that the "wishbone"Is

Notary Public State at Large. CANDY the vigilant goddess was propitiated bya medicine dealers. easily removed carrying wltb It a Arar SALVE.the

CATHARTIC sign of amity and good will. liberal portion of whit numt. The re- aL .

'TKPHEN E. FOSTER, Many of the most Important rites of A 8ln.nl.r .qa.... moval of the "wishbone" makes a con moat heeling aalv*In the world
the Druids were performed In connec- A peculiar fate Is said to overhang: venlent opening Into the Interior of the TIlE RAPID CAMCKH Is what

TTOHNEY-A T-LA W; tion with It. and today men and maid the family of the late Sir Julian Gold turkey through which a upoon may be yacthsmitn boiutmllcler\ needs every For

Sims Building MaD.a1Ma ..NNT.R.DPle.aans. ens bold that It constitutes a sanction amid. An aucustor of his so says the Inserted for the removal of the tasty sale by Jas. 1'rltchnrd A Son Tltusvlllo !

for solutes that might otherwise be legend, once gave shelter to a rabbi dressing. Flu. I'lloo 'I I and *8 eao\m.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. too daring. Yet the old mysterious who at his dentil left to him a bequestof Nothing now remains but the carcass "

glamour of Its power to barm still a mysterious\ which was on no I of the turkey and the only task Is The Indian River Kent Nt"Rte

GEORGE W. ALLEN, good, Nn.r. Palatable Staten, xtaakenor Potent: Grtp.Taat.We Good,aye,ado Do. clings to It and Imparts a touch of superstitious account tq, be opened until. after the to disjoint It. This Is done by first removing Agency Ha for SnloUnlmprovod

... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... witchery to the tragic fate customs rylieven' days of mourning. II the breastbone, Ity means ol -

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, i......s..d,p.r: ar.Gtw" .I tk.Nrr.l. lew..... M of the gay young\ bride who mad with opened before that time, a curie would) the fork the peak of the bone Is raised lands from 2.00: ) to 129.00

RET WEST, FLORIDA. merriment hid In the oak chest that fall upon the family. and swung over toward the neck disjointing per acre. t

Will practice In the United States proved, her tomb. I i' Curiosity got the better of I / It near the base of the latter 10 acre orange grove, near Tltusyilla.
.and State Courts. 9jun95 Cold Annlrxl". \ tion and the box was lIuperlu-1 The neck If desired can be removed some trees beating, f8M.00.()() '
"That am a U outvliom I would I i, leaving only one more portion of the B acre orange !grove, near Tltusvllle,
CHRISTMAS GREEN. the seven days were pp. In It was with 10 of land
trust with u million dollar acres tome bearing
bird be dealt with This Is the back.
found document which said that a* to
j.O.1 FRIES, C. E. "So would I." aullw""l'tlllJl'nl1tor" thor a IUOO.OO.
ghum. "A man ('oultl'gl't enough! commissions HRI3TMA3 green In hearts we keep the Injunction of the rabbi bad not Orange /grove and {ilnoapple farm, atMlooo
COUNTY SURVEYOR. e llvedleu of the Kowllng weather, been heeded no future owner of the estate The backbone Is broken about three OOQ good bUllring trees, with 1 acre

Land legally; surveyed and tub-divided. I to keep out of him handling satlslled.) a million But how dollars IleedleM O'er the of woodlands III. gum and that the sweep heather.MIM would be succeeded by a son. Am!' Inches above the tall, and there you shod fur pines good dwelling, tl.tKIOI6.< .
done. Estimates for are The dlHmeuiberment of your turkey bO of and hammock land for
; neatly about >. In the night we lng such strangely! .enough has been the Heron rifle
.all kinds of engineering; works. Disputed or ZOOOO7"Woshln.r'ton By the aide of floral manger cane ever sluce.A Is now complete, oranges Rnil pines on It. n, south of

lines a specialty. Star. While the wlrkel' widely awing I, ol"INl\an' \ JMvtir! HHlO( (
TITUSVILMC, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. For the pilgrim and the atranger.Cedara )louse and 4U acres: of land beautiful
For family use in numberless fcwaynillaid'a with the roae twin 'i Good Coin glMedicine.. MAIL FOR SANTA CLAUS. 'river II'clntI: miles of Eau (hill!e, */m)().
:Snow: Liniment Is a woeful and -- 7 room cottiiKo, 1C acres of land, liver
Round th ehanrel' Inner railing.While [From The Gawtto Toowooinba, Austr.lia.JI ]
N.S, BUUXIIAM, M. D. valuable remedy. Price,25 and 50 cents. the wind and wae combine! Some ..r.... L..r. .t C..I....... from', at Georgians. |7G<>.
]J. R. Wilson &: Soa.- Coronach and dirge walling) find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy TI.... Apply at once to
/SURGEON and SPECIALIST While the crow of drifted anewClunter an excellent- medicine. I have been suffering 1>. I. OAULDKN, Manager.
o'er the marble' whiten*. from a severe cough for the last "' Is an address) I never Tltusvllle Flo.Fotey's .
Ear, Nose and Throat. A commercial Item of Interest from Thin n maeeema the arctic floe two months, and it ha* affected a cure. "HERE until this year" ,
England: Is that llrltlsb tobacco manufacturers Ollmroera with a eummar. brlghtb***. I have great pleasure In recommending a poitofflce clerk sort --

'WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.VirgillialloInes. have formed.l themselves Intoa It.-W. O. VVooknor. This Is theopnlon| Ing out some half dozen let. I Honey *** Tar

1 trust to light the American Tobacco till MI h r 'r r' of one of our oldest and most respected ten with "Mr. Santa Claus Joyland." heals Innta and atop' tho cough.Knolvft .

which has recently Im'a,1..dOr..llt U i residents, and .has been voluntarily given on the envelopes. Variations were, -- -- - ---
conipuuy. In good faith that others may try the "Mr. Santa Claus Joyland Co., N. Y.,
KrltHln. Smoking should be Y II IIg r Mr.
remedy and be benefltted, as was r li.
011 Happiness Ave. and "Mr. SantaClaus
clwlIl' over the pond pretty! soon. < rII Wuckner. This remedy Is sold by all ,
druggists and medicine dealers. Toy and Candy Palace, ChristOiasvllle -

The Itmt Prescription for MJ..rli. Joyland."
You learn all about Lands rw Another child perhaps of Hibernian!
Virginia mills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's g loleatlonal.TbeValler .
Its resources, products, mode of culj: Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply Iron hud u jrrl*vnnc*. ancestry, had addressed bis petition to

tlvatlon, prices, etc., by reading the' and quinine In a tasteless form. No "That fommujilratloii I IlIIInt you 'I'Rlerdol. the saint's residence In "Fairyland . and solves

Virginia Farmer. Send lOots. Cure, NoeCure..Prlce t OOctsj e .'. b.- said "was ..IEnedIore: Ireland." One young writer. with a Ivhtreber
for months good
a subscription to the crops
somewhat busy knowledge of geographical
Farmer Jo., Emporia Va. Anon' as pliiluly. the words could tw
When a man borrows a saddle be always written. Von printed It In your paper names hal sent him letter.to art grobm.SoU .

Ir HAVE YOU SEEN TUE WALTON changes the stirrups. Ever knowa n this morning.'Owl'lra.' "Mr. Saint Nlckerlls. to.the North everywhere..

Rapid Calked ,If notoall st the store mittr to put them back?-Atcblsou ..Iq "1 know It." replied the editor "'V.. Pole, Mexico." Another, with a belief /yot Annual FREE.

of Jas. Pritohnrd A: Son; Tltusvllle. Clio!ic. didn't Intend there should be any niorxanou. In the power and ,Influence of p. M. Pinny co.
It Is aD artiste that should he ID thepossession ."-Chicago Trflmne. nurse had addressed his missive to D.eron,
b "70\ Bedford Ave.., Kaar Meary,"
of every boatbullder and Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble t M'olt.'
yaohtsman. Read the testimonials the which being deciphered' Is found to
Stops Coughand .
and Don't Know it. "
from first-class boaibuilders., mean "Cory of Mary. I
works) off the Cold.
How To Find Out. "1 am sorry I mnnot allow you to I OYSPEPTICIDE!:

o .' Fill a bottle or common glass with your cold native In one Droroo-Qultlne day. No Cure Tablets, No cure Pay.a open any of for letters. Its .. much I The ar....*M nlcl to NOCOT1ON.Ml
water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a Price 2Sots.: a criminal offense to tamper with themas
sediment or settling with other letters."* maid the
-- any The Largest and Most Com-
A Sample oopyof one of the best farm
Indicates an 1.the clerk to a reporter of The Commercial
The straight tree first to Be cut
elate Establishment South.
papers published, free, If yon will send unhealthy condition down. Tb. well of sweet water Is the Advertiser, There were however two

your name on a postal card mentioningthis ; ;of If thIS It stains kidneys first to be exhausted. postal cards slid one open letter, which E04 S. HACKER & SON
were fair sptflniena. The latter was a ,
S your linen it Is
paper. evidence of kid- modest request for the relief of the

TUB PLOWBOV Co., ney trouble: too f// irore: pr sslng wants of the writer. II

Atlanta, Ga. frequent desire to raw read:
of the loved and loot
pass It or pain In Throne the court where we _mbls; This sltnatare' Is on erery boa of the geualn. Deer Side CI.._Ton *.* that good boys |el 1
the back Is also aubl_. of are rroaeedAa the bent premta I bare tried '.'/'bard to .b* s
yearn Laxative aroino Tabtet.lUwI
convincing proof that the kidneys and blader la ,..I.'. tweet walk .. ramble. -Quinkie loud buy Will you pi.... bring me s Ire petrol
are out of order. Oh. the dear, the. ever mourned! reenedy. that rwre .*>. What to Do. ,., In more th*..lden beauty and a tittle ..III...... cnilj, oranges and nut.. r
Are eke ...l returned.8hrar OooUhjr. dew old Santa C....... We will eipert rmifbrllma
There Is comfort In the knowledge 10 in guard Bahr OKI.)** Iflchols.' '
often expressed: that Dr. Kilmer's' Swamp In thle, holy duty. are. out.
Pitcher MlchoU- Is about the only 1
Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every Children wltb their .banner*. a**, Boston[ Lea. u. player who has not yet A few letters were evidently written
wish In curing rheumatism the In the alrevea" cnder the direction of seniors) of the s
pain Iq chapel Sacker|
bas done well
asked for a raise. lip a"
:; lack, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part Happy. they with him to be family and dropped In the mailbox to .,.;
of the urinary passage. It corrects loablllrj' Children ol a ronmoei rather.Bear a s any other pitcher In the team and please the children. Most of the letters
to hold water and scalding pain In passing the ....."'. prelude, Una will no doubt seek more tuuny. were without stamps..
With ito. mrlfvmr to the. morning. '
It, or bad effects following use of liquor. MANUFACTURERS
..t-t. While lb.au.. .! ir-nen* wing wln or beer and overcomes that unpleasant And. I'Mallar Ililhle/ are burning.Lnvelr Coughs and :: in Children. they reach the dead letter office Most Doors Sash Blinds
necessity of being compelled to go I often ,
of them are eventually destroyed as
luring the day and to times Yin. Itauwn thaitowa. atealCn RKCOMMESDAT10.T: Or A waLL aUTOWIT.CHIOAOO
Anyoneeendlna; a eketrb and deearlptmii mar get up many ... b.... ell lit,. the children sign only their first names Material.
*,.;/skit' ascertain oaf opinion fnee wbt her an during the night The mild and the extraordinary n PUTSICIAS. Me Hiding & Building
Invention te probitblr tnuentanle. e.nm.nlna.1km.nrUtIyoon.dentlal. Thouii run ,....... nniuthe oval and there .In no way of returning
effect of Swamp-Root u
won and Chamberlain'stough
Ilandbnokca Pm.nnbant Marble. moaned whltaneea.Tet 4 nee prescribe)
c.... Ufclae* for MnDrtnarpeMale.PaMnt realized. It stands the awl them. Cfllce A Warerooms King opposite
_... aveney ttroo.h Mun a> Ot. rw.lve highest for Its wonderful the wr.aih 1 of r'h.-_* dayUr I Remedy for almost! all obstinate, -_. ,
.B.rul iw rlan. If you need a medicine) you should have the for the .Maul that took away I r prescribe It to eblldrea of all ages. Am Disease and danger Inrk la the vital S. C.
Scientific lIm best. Sold by druggists InSOc.: and$1.sizes I* the Hand thai orwe u.*. gltelh. 'glad to recommend It to all In need andseeking organs. The blood becomes vitiated sod ,
A rmndenmrt ni.etrt? ral.tlon of _",.eetenttae/fniinwl.IL taw.t.alma...?.. fa a wonderful discoveryand Praise bridge carries you over bronohlal afflictions. It Is nonnarcoticand ever the stomach and IIrer f fall to perform Sash eights Cord and

TIUNN& Co:i ::.::New York a book that tells i .::: ,either flood or-ooogb. Ballard's Hore- safe In the hands of the most noproesslonal. heir functions as nature Intended Ileesbine ,
: more about If both nent 1I i' hound Syrup has brought so manoyerthroat A universal panacea for all will tone op toe stomach, regulate Hardware.
... ,
.. Do 4
eat r
.aeb 0. SL.w..bWatau .
& tltelll'er where other preparations only
absolutely free by mail. and Inng trouble, such.coughs. : mankind.-Mrs. Mary K. Metofadry )t. ,
addr..ee Or ICHrwr, Ie "'-.-of rar.nat Caldf,bronchitis.etc., that Its'pntlMsars1 D.. l'h. I).,Chicago, 111. This remedy relines Price OOctl. Wilson A (ton. Window and Fancy Clas
Palsy's Kidney eJJ.c. Co..'Binrhamton N.Y. When writ Ing menI I sang everywhere Price 23 and 60 cent, I I for sale by all drurgUls and medicine
.. lion reading this generous offer In this paper. B. U. WlUon A Son. dealers. r ?- The ADTOCATM does job prlnU g. SPECIALTY..



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f JAMES. PRITCBARD, President; WM. M. BROWN, VIce-Presldent.
To Commission

i It I.-Or..n IB Color'.. To Storekeepers, RIVER STATE
The first Christmas of the twentieth .lIar 11..0.. INDIAN BANK
A WSBKLV JOURKAL DKVOTBD: TO TBS DBVB1orMixT century has Just been celebrated la a very curious fact that certain If you want to get good results
'' ANn DISOAVKB BAY SKOTIOHS.PUBLISIIHU and now we are preparing to plants grow and thrive" on the hair lit> advertise in the DEPOSITORY.
l throw behind us the first year of sloths.. Apart\ from Its extremely coarse COUNTY

: EVERY FRIDAY.GBAIU.KI the new century and enter upon the and brittle nature. the most striking EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Authorized capital, $100 COO

second. The year 1901 has not wit. peculiarity of the outer hair of tbe Indian River FLORIDA. Paid up capital - $25,000:
} P { JI r H. WALTOn EdItor A rnblluheIMioonttnuauce r. nessed any unusual developments sloth I. Its more or lens decidedly green TITUSVIT.LE, ----.C I Average deposits, $100,000
tinge./ Now. green Is a very rare color The ADVOCATE circulates extensively : .
in science but _.. .J14 -
or industry, a steady .__ _
of ailvti. must be made pel r: among mammals, and there ought. throughout/ the orange, lemon pine- \
sooally at Una ufllu or by writing.On . progress has marked the path of therefore, to be HOme special reason for apple, vegetable and tUh sections of Transacts a General Banking
time with ineffaceable traces of com its. development In the sloth and. as a Florida, as well as throughout/ every
> be made to CoARti e State In the Union. It In known as the
ti oM,eto. may payable ing events. matter of fact the im-nns by which Business.
4I H. WALTOM pUbllHbor. That the whole world is "Pink Paper of Florida: lri;
f l ,.. passing this coloration Is produced Is ouo of Tbe Kant Coast of Florida has some of t
t ------
r.i Adilreei all communication to e through a state of unrest can hardly the most marvelous phenomena In the the finest hotels In tho United States, and Oldest Bank
? d JUST COAST ADVOCATE:, be questioned. Great activity in whole animal kingdom/ so marvelous. and nearly every hotel l Is overflowing/ Largest on the River.

t'I'' TJTOIVII.LB FLORIDA.T3 commercial circles, 'and a feverish Indeed that it is at first almost Impossible with tourist during/ the winter, NOW kl Exchange.: bought and gold on all Foreign
6 to believe that It Is true. IS:: YOUR TIME TO ADVERTISE.Give Countrlen.VatronaRe .
desire the of nations
- on part toe
- The object of this peculiar) type of the ADVOCATE jour ad. and you
S. Department of Aifrlciilturi: reach out after new territory, clearly coloration Is, of course. to assimilate will not regret it. Our office is a kindof s appreciated. Prompt orvlc, ,,,
that 1902 will be For rates, treatment,and every favor coi>nlnt nt with .
a Bureau of Information. em.
Weather llurcau-Jupiter, Fla,. proves year the animal to Its leafy surroundings ervatlve banking granted
of progress, in which all the affairs and thus to render It as inconspicuous eto., address '
The following a comparative slate. of government and commerce will as possible and when hanging In Its Advertising Tltusvllle\IAnajter., Fla. REPOTS York' and
,'' ment of temperature and rainfall for th e<, be pushed to a rapid conclusion. usual position from the underside ofa .

week ending/ Tuesday, Dec. 24, 1901. This is an age in which slow moving bough Its long coarse and green :i'I'1 UtiVILLIJ, FLA.
I i J: -10Q1- --19001 people must quicken their en, tinged hair Is stated to render the sloth Low Christmas! Holiday Kates.
4 - -
3' DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. almost Indistinguishable from the -
Ik ]8 r,5 44 72 (10Od ergies or give way to the restless and New 'Year
of Christmas
bunches of lichens Acqount
gray green among
r k 10 I 61 ::19 i 74 activity of more progressive men. which It dwells. In the outer sheathof holidays the Plent System will .sell tickets TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.Wood
t ;3, 20 70 41)) 78 08 In this brief article WA can not between points In Florida, December .
the hairs of the al there are a number
l (+ 21 r 7 38 72 00 23-2i-2.V30-3lth: : and January 1st limIted i
sum the events of the past ,
up year of transverse cracks and in these
22 611!> 43 74 50
3rd, 1IRC2, at rate
to return January
''R Il 23 (II) 63 78 00 nor are we prophet enough to givean cracks grows a primitive type of plant of one fare for the round trip, also to Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,
_ I , 24 70 67 78 (00( accurate forcast of what will namely, a one celled alga. points outside tof Florida within the UIe
Total .rainfall for the week: .02 transpire during the new year. All And for the- benefit of nonbotanlcnl Southeastern Passenger Association, ...,-
vti Dflpa ture from normal rainfall for tin we can do Is to keep step with the readers It may be well to mention here tickets! at one and one-half fares with Sidewalk

I week: minus .57 Inches. Departure. surging,tide of humanity and aid that algior among which seaweeds are same return limit For students of Vitrified, Fating and Brick.....
1 from normal rainfall slnoa January 1,
,', Included form a group of flowerless schools and l colleges these tickets will
;1*; plus 18.1)8) Inches. others in bringing things to pass. be sale December 16th to 22nd 1001,
plants related on the .one band to the on Offices foot of IJogan Street Jacksonville\ Florida. Telephone No. 262.
HAL P. HIBDIN Observer Woe betide the man of 1002 who I limit to return January 8th, at rates
fungi and on the other to the lichens.In
-- ---_ ,- contents himself to sit Idly ,by, ( tbe moist tropical forests formingthe I named above, upon presentation of prop- J. MUNNERLYN:: General Manager.:
,I; l ,, As FAR as we can learn, there waiting for something to "turn up." borne of the sloths tbe algae In.the per certificate. Call on Agents: of the . .
;: Plant System, or address F. M. Jolly --- -- ---- -------- -- --
' was no damage done to pineapples,, Opportunities do not come to 'men cracks of their hairs grow readily and Division Passenger'! Agent; Jacksonville

{ oranges or trees in this section by these days ; they must be -sought thus communicate<, to tbe entire,; coat Fla., or B. W. Wrenn Passenger Traffic & Baker

l tbe late cold snap. The cold wave after. If a new venture has been that general green tint which as already Manager MeMurray .
undertaken do not hesitate said Is reported to render them ,
.f ; will, however, prove a benefit to the to push
all the will It for all it Is worth until success almost Indistinguishable from the clusters Testimonial.
+ orange trees as sap be '
1' of lichen among wblcb they bang. 401.413 East.Bay Street. -' Jacksonville, Florida.Headquarters .
driven out, making them dormant, rewards your efforts. Good judgment eUlpended.-Knowledge. I
and will James C. Wlgnall Boat Builder No. OUt for-
and consequently able to stand a tenacity as. .
Warren St., Kensington
much severer cold than that we suredly win; and you can make The Common Chord.: O. Walton, Ksq., 'fltu vllle. Fla. :
: have Just passed through. the new year the brightest and James Huckhnm. one of our minor Dear Sir:-Your Rapid Calking Machines Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

happiest of your life, if you will to poets put into beautiful verse an Incident . are in use In my boat shop and ,
J do so. Discontent and melancholy which occurred during the clyll are regarded as an Invention of great: and Sundries.
#:,y+r THE climate the Scilly Islands war lie call It "The Common utility. It saves time and labor and is
t will in the least. While
; Is well known to be the most equa. not help you The Incident was this: Two of great service in calking light boats "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheelat
ble in Great Britain. It ranges, on you are giving the right of way to one the great armies where beauty of finish is desired and it
wearing blue and
he blues, others'are leaving one does not bruise. the seams like the old short notice.
an average, from 40 degrees to itO f you the gray were drawn In
It is said that the far in the rear. for battle up preparation method of calking. I cheerfully recommend _____________ _______n______ __
_ yr ; degrees. on .As the evening fell un the it as well adapted to meet the or- -------------- ------- --
+, coldest day It is warm, and on the It is ton old saying "I. am_going: bands began to play. "Dixie" by the ;Unary l requirements of the trade. "'

hottest day it Is cool. There are to turn over a new leaf," and,, southerners was followed by ;'YankeeDoodle" Yours truly JAS. C. WIONAI.I. i I' WATCHES CLOCKS

really (only three seasons in Scilly doubtless, you have said it many by the northerners and "Ma Mr. Wlgnall's boat shops are adjoining ( ,

_ ':. of four months each times but to your friends the "newleaf" ryland. My .Maryland. drew out "Hall, Cramp'sshlp.bulldlng yards. lIe III build. '
-spring, sum Columbia." "Beautiful Girl lug the boats for the men-of-war that .w Diamonds
looks remarkably like the old of the .Jewelry
't j mer and autumn. When autumns South" was answered by "Just Before were built by Messrs. Cramp & Co. \; .t e e ,
1 1 ends, spring commences. one. Like Mark Twain's ride on the Battle Mother" Each side mocked g 3T-For sale by Jae. Prltchard &; Son. \ IIUU'III._.

the glacier, the scenery. never and Jeered the other's "" ...., .. Souvenir Wedding Rings and Presents
14 music. sod!
changes. The'same old life is lived Wedding Stationery.The Waltham Watches, etc.FIKEWATCH .
SECRETARY Long has done .Schley cheered their own until the stars' cam. lA1I OUiliF01
over again not a kink removed nota .
1)1 ;' and silence
f and there is fell. \\J
an Injustice, now some line made But ADVOCATE having received a nice \
straighter, and JEWELRY REPAIRING
sup. Then sweet and low. bond fur .
$ talk of him resigning as a up and Is _
Secretary lot of the latest type stationery. ,. -
pose, for the sake of variety we the line begin to play "Homp. :;::-'
$ of the Navy. Never in the history Sweethome. now prepared to execute on short notice, A SPECIALTY.
F n turn the "new leaf" and ." Another
really over and another .
Joined Invitations Announcements
of the world has been Wedding: Watch tor Plant and'also Jacksonville & Southwestern
I a victory sot Inspector System, for R'y.
il ,1
M keep it turned: Certainly good until all the bands on both sides were and Ladies' visiting cards. Give us your
t complete as that at Santiago, but resolves, if carried out, would be an playing' In unison and. stronger and orders. Spectacles and KyoglaHdes:!: Charges paid one way. K. J. RILES

1 ; a the navy clique could not rest until improvement, and 1902 would be a more bemitlful still, the men on both 22.: W..Bay St.,'JACKSONVIH.K, FI.A.

4 it traduced or attempted to traducethe sides were singing/ the words." The Line. .
Steamship --- ------ ---
year of happiness and prosperity Clyde - -------------- ---
character The Amer common chord bad been
'struck and
lean spirit of justice can not tolerate long to be remembered. Rapidlythe the thousands of combatants were at Tickets and reservations via the Clyde
Y such a demeanor as the navy old year Is dying and the new one with tbe sentiment. "There's no Steamship Line can be secured of Chas. Best Material. Lowest Prices.

e clique has shown, and will forever year hastily and hopeful puttingon place like! home." I. Walton At the ADVOCATE office Tlusville. :
al its swaddling clothes, and bide .
accord to the honor that Is.
,1 ; Schley
_. .
fair to become the Th Example or
greatest yet Pniraplnl. - -- -- -- --- -- --
rightly his.SCIENTISTS. known to history. A story Is,told of how Pagnnlnl once QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.

I The ADVOCATE wishes its numerous came Into the concert room, took theviolin Rockaway Motor Co.
; now claim that con. and touched the strings. First
New Year
patrons a Happy
one string broke and :Bond Lumber Cot -TitusvilkA
tinuous tobacco smoking Is becoming and hopes that 10Q2 will deal gent round the then a smile .went ROCKAWAY BEACH N. Y. ,
ft' room; another
? , I a common ullllctlon. At present ly with you $ that your business will broke and there was more audible string expression

there are several persons under Increase, and that health and unalloyed of mockery! When a third Trial Order Will Convince.
t treatment for it in the London hos pleasure maybe meted out to string broke .
many people laughed out
0 pitals. At first It Is said to take you with lavish hands. right at his discomfiture. But Paga- 8. O. VANLANDINQIIAM Manager. Titusvllle Fla.

1 the form of color blindness the nlnt "'
? stood forth with bin violin as ; __
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sufferers who have smoked them. though nothing had happened and i
THE farmers of Orange

4 selves into this condition being unable have found a bonanza in plantinga County played ceased on the one string and the peapie ,, ._ __ ..;fI _.__''
to smile but listened P
to distinguish the colpr of a spellbound -
new kind of,sugar cane, known as Some of those Masury's Paints
piece of red cloth held up before who had derided ',
Chinese sugar cane. It grows lux. him began to weep and .. 111 .
1'' II them. Their sight also becomes some even .BUILDERS OF. ?
urlantly on high pine land and prayed.
I affected and many lose their sight Gasoline Launches and Motors.
yields more syrup and sugar than Many a man had fallen helpless by
t altogether, as well as getting affections ARE
any .other variety. Florida can the wayside when'some great catastrophe I THE BEST. SOLD BYGERGE
of the throat owing to imbibing make itself one of the most turned the current of his life The most perfect, economical and easily .

so much nicotine. perous.Staten in the Union if'pros the aside. The brave man pushes forward handled Is motor all that made.is needed.Two Powerful hours Instruction : F. P': ::DX>>;ISOIIT.

farmers will take hold of this Industry with one remaining talent and plucks cheap and durable, Our agent Joseph THE LUMBERMAN.. ...--

THE: Exposition at Charleston is 'and "push it for all it is I victory: from, defeat Bauer will be In Tltusvllle during week EAU GALLIE!:, .' .;.:' UDA.
Deo. Otis, afterwards visit- ,
attracting much attention. The display commencing
worth. We continue to
\\\t\ of products and works of art may cry House for Sale. Inn towns further !South.: Will have ,- .
for mills and refineries untilwe
sugar launches on exhibition and would be
i i .V are said to be unusually fine and are hoarse but capital will never A nine room house nicely: finishedand pleased to meet or hear from Interested H. A. HODGES....

people are flocking to the "city by come to us until we show what we in good condition located near the parties.. Address,
,b the sea" In great number Charleston can do. A tremendous yield of court house, on the corner .Palm and JOSEPH BAUER Manufacturer of

can no more be said to be a cane on pine lands will bring man Palmetto Sts. Apply,M. D.on L. premises DOD ON, or to Care ADVOCATE Tltusvllle, Fla. ...CYI .CSS and Yellow Pine Lumber...

sleepy city. She i Is, on the contrary, ufacturera quicker than a thousand 3m Tltusvllle Fla.' Special Discount to Boat-builders. ROUGH AND DRESSED. . Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
wide, awake and from henceforthwill
essay on the subject. The Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples building ID
,l ; ,be classed as one of the progressive jjeieepine Grant:, lYIng. just. south - --- -- -- aiv part Of-- Florida f would An-v v"w All.. *w** write #mu A_. _lj_|*.",......_.. or n i.v.|JO oranges_BAW-._. _tat.n.or HO IUV._& located
cities of the South. Thereare I of TltusvilU., and commencing at at Buffalo Bluff, near Pautia. on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
few cities of the size of Charles the'suburbs of our town, could be WARREN FITCH.Dealer part of the East Coast Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, F1*

}l ton that would or could have undertaken turned Into a mammoth cane field, In-

such a giant enterprise that would support the biggest HIDES FURS ALLIGATOR SKINS BEESWAX, TALLOW, ETC., ETC ESTABLISHED 1870.
without, a heavy appropriation from mill in the South
sugar Why not Make me your shipments. Prompt Attention.P. .
I the government, but the citizens of have it? O. Box 864. Jacksonville, Florida.
that historic city have shown them M. Lane & Son

selves be the
to equal to
Tun: sanitary authorities in New ,

York are rather severe upon those The Buffalo Gasoline Motor.

A IIOBSK: which is successful as a who expectorate upon the floor. of 230 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.

racer usually possesses good "stay'' the street. cars, and they have posted ;

ing" qualities; that is, the abilityto the following notice for the benefit
stick it out till the end no matter of those who travel on the cars : A 4 cycle 4 cylinder marine Southern Fruit and Produce

t how long that may be. This "Spitting on the floor.of thin. car is engine. Practically no vibra ,

quality is what counts in a merchant I a misdemeanor, and is punishable tion. Shifting spark. Runs at

R ; he must have the facultyof by a One of $500.00; one year in any speed. Specially adaptedfor Commissios: : : Merchants.::

staying with a good thing until prison, .or both. By order of the f
he makes other people see and realize Sanitary Authorities." auxiliary\ power y alt SPECIALTIES: ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils Cards and our

that it.Is good. To advertise I. h. p., 2 cylinders, .$273. i kte'' quotations furnished

intermittently in the AI>VOOATE.i.a8 1. Weight, 23Slb:\ on application.
THE Honorable Artillery Coml -- - __ _ _
the merchantas h. - ----- --
to 7 4 -
cylinders 1400 - u
unsatisfactory puny of London, will vUit Boston p., ,
it would be for'the race horse to"break" Weight 313 Ibs. .
In 1003 as the guest of the Ancient Consign Us Your...
occasionally the race. *tid Honorable Artillery Company 11: h. p., 4 cylinders $(0 WO.> ---.
L colirse. To be successful business .
of Massachusetts: Lord Denbighis Weight, 473 lbs

'e and make money;you should the commanding officer of the .I am prepared to prove that Fruits
continually! keep your name before and Produce.
former a nd be has accepted
the public and let them know what company 'hllil the best marine, engine .
the Invitation of the
"Ancients -
market , .
you have for sale. If you do not on the 1".
'' to be in Boston sometime in 1903.
1 follow this course how are the .
a to'know what kind of goods ,
you Filter tubes for sale
rr are now at AUKNT .
keep in your store? Think: it over, this office, price 2Jots; postage extra. Send stamp for catalogue. -. PALM BEACH, FLA. FRITH & CO. Nashville, ,> Tenn.


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Mrs. E. A. Ireland-returned home last 1VI.A\.JE1t. ]BH:: <>SQ .

Thursday evening from Nashville 'renaWm. .
Wholesale Dealer* In
."Saunders' took a launch party to !

Fort$ Pierce last Friday for a day'* outIng. "Hot Rolls GROCERIES, FRUIT. AND PRODUCE, ,,.

==-=: ;
Mrs. W. F; Wolf and Mr*. S. F. Webb;
spent the d.iy Monday, in FortPierce,, .' Coiner West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA. $ :
buying holiday goods.
W. (1''. Richards arrived home on Wed hot muffins hot cakes ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY i

nesday, the 18th; after a month very! ,
EYE pleasantly spent la Newark N. J., and
SPECIALIST. Atlanta, Go. We are headquarters for all kinds of Sued and Eating 1'ot.itoen and Cow Pea; "i
235 W Bay street Jacksonville, Flo. mldevith Royal Baking guaranteed genuine. Wa also carry a full lino of Hay Grain and Feed. Wo want "'!
The Bazaar, which was held last week your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial ami you will be pleased. \
------- by vne Ladles' Aid Society_of the Congregational "
church was a complete success MARX BROTHERS: Jacksonville, Fla. ;
Stuart. In spite of tbe cool weather,, and Powder be freely We only Sell to Dealers.

netted fifty dollar for the church fund. may -- --- - - -- -- __ _ .. __, ______

'Happy New Tear to all. Harry Munson who Is sojourning at
you CULTURE. '
tbe Netherby Is In the without >.
lejoiclng change eaten fear of
Christmas week passed off very quietly of weather. He does not like our nor 1 -
beret thers, and says "It Is tbe coldest cold he Something; of the Interests that by a Rlmpl Horn* Mcthad

Larry Wright and wife of Oak Hill, are over saw." taohoH toj the plnoapnle\ In duo to the .. Ilitnliihail the Knit*.
spending the week with Mrs. indigestion. thnt It Is an Aruerlcnn plant by orl i
Wright'sparents We think Santa Claus should have -
Like tobacco the and
potato I
here. brought several gross of handkerchiefs to thin Fantnn* Method !.
corn, it Is a !gift of tho New World
Mrs. John Michael and children are Eden this Christmas: for everybody has mankind. The early Spaniards dillcoero Who "re Itnplurml

spending Xmas week visiting Mr. and a cold. It Is perfectly safe to ak every Mrs. W. Kltchlng.Rev. body one meets: "How U your cold!?" seventeenth century It was cultivated free to any one who U

T. W. Mooro, D. D., will hold The recent cold snap snnt our spirits --.. -- -- ----------- ---- -- --- -- -- - ----- Holland nnd in } n I"nd. though its ..' a of any pemon rup
services at the Methodist church the 2nd down to the zero mark, but fortunately was confined to royalty.Uocent a 1111\0. woman or child, a
! Sunday January. the mercury did not follow. We were Melbourne. Rockledge. InvoHtlgations: of the famous homo cure. It IB
i nearly certain that we would have a ment of Agriculture show that outnide curing casirn that
I Travel on the F. K. C. Ry. Is so heavy frozen Chiistrnag and thought we might/ tho larger cities In this country It is \ doctor*, trusses, eloctit-
that the trains have been arriving from have to pawn our presents; but "all's GOODK &' OOODK.-Real Estate anil Louni.A T. O. Ronald went to Daytona, Tuesday most ImpoHHlble to obtain n Merely solid yourniune
one to three hours late, for the .past well that ends well." We cannot report ont for; .Ktnn London: anil'Liverpool' amiDlnlie to spend the holidays with his The entire supply seoms to be l the free trial will, be *i nt
week. I'rovlrttmee-WanhliiRton;, and Hun Fir t parents.Miss of to whatever. R.
j any damage done except to our choice Insurance. Bpeolal' attention paid to tho by the Important cantor you W.
Miss Fannie Park Is spending the plants which we put petticoats on, and Interests of ooo"ld..ota. Ella Singleton! : ,who has been and none of tho fruit la nlilppod to 1 known commercial Ira
holidays with her parents here. Miss broke down the limbs. teaching at Kail Uallle Is home for a two points. Ihls would Indicate that I ten years, tried every
HOTEL CARLKTOV-Open the year round.: He.lightful week market might be considerably oX \ \ ., portly made up hia
I Parks has charge of the public school at Many of our townspeople have been to to winter located vacation.
spdt spBml or summer. and, on the other hnnd grout areas tho dancer of an opera
Neptune. Jensen to attend the nle of the J. C. Klvar.on Term high* nmrlerat bluff overlooking. tlio Indian Rev. J. A. Hughe; will hold services this country not utilized for the Jltl1lte"t of good luck,
1 Dupont: Middle ton are covering In Prink stock of groceries and general merchandise KHAXK KOBKBTSON,Proprietor. In the Rockledge; chapel on next Sunday are well adapted for the production Rico method. He Is now'
j their saw mill plant this week, with an which U going at cost. Our rooming at 11 a. m. pineapples. Besides, our new
Immense shed which will be covered good sheriff baa a very disgusted: express :Subscriptions for the ADVOOATK, Miss nell Ie Smith lft moat unexpectedly possessions afford exceptional ''y I "I tiled Dr. lilce'a
t withftar paper and boards. ion as he measures off ribbon and dry tho pink paper of the East Const will be last week for New Jersey. Hho Is 1 ties for uoh a crop especially the cured me. I did not lose a
goods and we think ho would rather bout received the Melbourne Postoffice. pines, anlln tho Hawaiian Islands Hundrndsofmorchunta" \
There will be and ice expeotod back In a tow days.
an oyster cream criminals almost
hunting or performing
plant U cultivated vory extensively Illinois Wisconsin, Mlnue-
I supper at the new postofHce building on any other part of bis duty, than Miss Belle Oloheoy la visiting her The children of Rockledge and Cocoa growing wild ID many place where know thu wonderful tiat
Saturday evening. Everybody Invited to i acting a'* general manager of a country mother Mrs. Miner.Mr. combined giving; an excellent program has escaped from gardouii say the !: .. method cured ma
attend and bring their friends with them. I store. at tho Christmas tree held In the Coooa urday Evening Post. feel thankful enough to

Miss Ferna Wilson treated her scholars The public school closed on Friday for and Mrs. Young of Baltimore are Town IIull on Christmas Eve. In Floilda! nowadays pineapples are ," Mr. Yourox llvesv

to a Christmas tree at the'school house the holidays. There were exercises appropriate guests of Hotel Carleton. I The cold snap did little damage here ing grown to a large extent! under she .I U Franklin St.
Friday afternoon and went to Palm to the season, and a tea. In The Mlssea Helen and Jean Miller beyong Injuring the tender vegetation. with lath roofs, which give the plants person ought to Bund.
Beach the same evening for a two weeks' which the mothers of the pupils joined. came homo to upend Xraas. Saturday morning at daylight the thermometer sort of hnlt-shado that is very .! a trial of this method
vacation. Tbe children have made fine to them. The fruit produced pain, danger opera
progress registered :U0 nod after sun
Mrs. Kate Olllman of Yonngstown; O., such condition are more tender / '. loss of time. I)" the lost
dining month. Mrs. Mahoney Is rlso fell a trlile butonly for a short time.
John Taylor I Is having new finishing IB welcome at Hotel Carle-
again a
guest than those raised In tho time wilt
Juicy open. you uovor
untiring her zeal to urge them forward Great relief was felt when Saturday night I
work placed In his launch getting ton.
the shed discourage frost and I boon ruptured. Write to
and the
pupils on their part are was over.Chas. .
ready for the Palm Beach service. John trying to help her, by endeavoring to Mrs. Margaret Goode Is spending Xmas the evaporation of molsturo from the .
expects to leave for Palm Beach In about make their deportment all that It should with Mr. and Mrs. I,, O. Moore at Kose- during a drought.
thirty days. be. 1111'.. Mafioney left on Monday for land. Reploglo, of Atwater O., was In The gathering of tho rfp Mmliann. ) that recently

The Sunday school opened up Sunday her home at Melrone Fla., for a vacation Miss!. Jessie Ooode liome after upending very bad deal shape with lie says: "I and suffered a performed by men who arc d State from British
great kidney was requested
last with the largest attendance for several of two weeks and tbe good wl he.. of three weeks with her al ter'. family my did with legglns and oan van ml liens. tumid a land camudle-a
to Cure I
months. The organist Mrs. Chas. pupils and patrons with her. In Jacksonville.\ try.Jt'oley' Kidney ly the men seize the fiult in both foot long and seven Inches
so and in four days I able to to
go to.break unlike found In Itar-
McPberson pronounced the new and give It a twist so all wan
to be organ Stand ford and Prescott Wells are here work again now I am entirely well. B.1C. stem half an Inch or so bt-low llio l '''n sent to the New Yolk
perfect. Says lie Was Tortured."I to spend tbe holidays with their parents, WIlHOD & Son. apple. Some skill U roqxlrvd, for, \K *.
Misses Amy and Floilda Kltwhlng and suffered such pain from corns I Mr. and Mm.V.. T. Wells. ------.-- stem be! broken too Sliorl tho Iruil

the younger children of the Kltching could hardly walk," writes II. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Grosbeck of Tltusvllle, Indianola. likely to rot In transit and if loo long COLD: ,-After exposure
family are spending tbe holidays visiting Hillsborough\ ; III., "but Bucklen's Arnica Peon., arrived, Saturday, and will spend has to be broken again Ilt r. ' l a cold contlog on take a
relatives beret Stuart seems to be tbe !Salve completely them." the pines are hauled In
cured Acts the winter In their cottage here. gatlieied Honey and Tur, It never
center of the holiday visitors. like magic; on ,sprains bruises cuts M Earnest and daughter of Columbus, basket! or orates to the If taken In lime. B.
The leading event of the week wan the sores, scalds; burns, bolls, ulcers. Perfect Walter FulRhnm and friend V. W. Ohio are guests at Oik Cottage. In gathering some of tile fancy vai .
return of Wm. McLaughlin with his healer of skin diseases and pllus. Davis, from DeLand are enjoying a the stem aie broken longer nnd .
bride from Boston. Mr. McLaughlln; Is Cure guaranteed by Wilson & Son.: :2octa! visit with old filends In Melbourne. A. 8. Humphry" came up ,from Palm ward at the pocking liouse are out "
a son of the old sod, and his bride ls an Miss Gladys, Wells of Wellsley college Beach to spend Christmas with his fam even with the fruit the severed ends ': 0 It HALI .

old schoolmate. We welcome !Ihem-botb Boston Is borne on a vacation much Ho lIy. Ing/ covered with pam til n wax to -
into our' community. Tibbals. delight of her many'Melbourne friends.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Moore, of Athens. Ohio evaporilt.Ion and consequent loss of .. of the Estate of
: are visiting Mr. Moore's sinter Mrs. A. Sometimes when the plneappl-j deceased, We offer'
Fenderson Nelson the diver was here Carter and daughter, of Sharon, S. umphrys and. renswlng old acquaintances sufficiently line to pay tho cost, the following. described Real
this week, examining; the piling of theF. &[r8. J. Howard LeTourneau was a Fenn., airived here last Saturday and In Indianola. In out olf nt the ground ami Is 'I to said Estate:
E. C. Ry. bridge and found them all pleasant caller In our burg lost Sunday will spend the winter la their bluff cot- wrapped and packed entire In a orate
to be perfect, except half a dozen or so. tage. A most /generously loaded and beautifully barrel. Tuns iron tod, with
A number of our citizens were very much Many of our resident visited the Bazaar Kev. J. II. Iladley and two son, tbeMessrs decorated Christmas tree was the allowvd it will live .during Hi of NEK Hectlon 31,
interested in tbe diver's methods. held at Eden, last week by the / Alden and Percy of Monrovia center of attraction to a large crowd of tion the vitalllyof the plant being Range U7 Kust, cov
members of the Congregational: church, friends and neighbors.who gathered tn lying In said Eau Gullto
Ind. and It to ,
are spending the winter here once Into the fruit causing
and all were much pleased with the manner more. the Club-bouse Christmas) night.; The much mure satisfactorily than If I U Gsllle lUy, containing
Working 24 Hours a Day. iu which It was conducted and we distribution of present* was preceded been taken from the Held and ripened more or loss

There's no rest for those tireless little understand that It Wall very profitable._ Half the world Is in darkness as to the by a line program of music both Instrumental market In the ordinary way, .
workers-Dr. King' New Life Pills. The supplies for yacht Irene arrived cause of their 111 health and they doctor and vocal snob as we are not of- So much Interest I I. taken by the portion of S Wtf Section
Million are always busy curing torpid last Sunday preparatory for the cruise for {about everything except the right tsn favored wltU, but which was fully partment of Agriculture In the future 1 South, Kange 87 Kast
liver jaundice biliousness, fever and down the East Coast to Key West and thing: and that Is the stomach. Noaily appreciated. 1\Irs. ague. They banish sick headache, drive up the West Coast to Mobile, by Vh... all klndd of Illnemt originate In the stomach. loaned her piano for the occasion and special bulletin on the lubject U soon post-on JJ) Section line
out malaria. Never gripe or weaken. B. Hogg of,New York owner and Harry .. Take Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeptlclde with U. W. Scbuyler as accompanist for be Issued from the pen of I'oter 11 ((10( feet South of said M
Small, taste I nice work: wonders. Try Munson as his guest. The yacht Is now and get your sumach working prop Miss Colo and Mrs. Gurney, who sang ..ho has ohargo of tile n"u"' a slatting point theqco\
them. :28cts ac B. R. Wilson A Son's. In first-class shape and ",11have"\ crew erly. B. 1C Wilson A Son. together so beautifully; Miss Fannie Tropical Laboratory. Mr. Rolfs ( : thence Kase: ]00) feet,
of two first-clans sailors and a cook. Moore, of Palmetto Hill, who rendered advance proof-sheets( of whoso work 4J(II) fnot, tUunoo West to
a piano solo. and Mm. Charles Hill and fact given herewith ars obtained) ( North 028: ft, thtnoo
Waveland. The cold wave which visited this section Toledo. Mrs. Sobuyler, who gave a piano duetto tbat Insufllolent attention! ) Ims been ;( ., or leiw, ton point 100
and of
on FiUUy
Saturday night we certainly treat.
enjoyed a
by American grower to the "".t corner\ of plat of
last week was a disagreeable
very of byproduct of the pl nt. Small South 1M) feet thence
the wind and felt !
as was
Saturday was club day for the Gilberts If It waa just off an very Ice strong burg. Many as of There was a'Christmas tree at Reams A cold cough or la grippe caD be "nipped defective fruit can be worked up to West side of F. K. O.
Bar Yacht Club but owing to the very our resident covered their valuable on Christmas Eve. In tho bud" with a dona or two of marmalade. of-wsy, tbence North on
cold weather but few attended. ical and trees trop Foloy's Honey and Tar. Beware of sub In a ton of green pineapple leave K. C. Railway right-of-
as .a protection Mr. Kerfer, of Wabasso called'on Mr.Wlgtleld . .. B. K. Wilson A Son. about sixty pound of an exquisite East to point of be
Some of Our bean growers are making against frost but we, a* usual were very Sunday svenlng. which Is largely utilized In the railroad 'right-of-way

a lilt every now and then but they are fortunate and no damage wa* done to Robert Beams and Ralph Dawsoa called pine and elsewhere In the Hast. It Containing about ita
all watching for the end of the present anything. at Mr. Wlgfield's: Sunday. MOTHER.Only one of the finest known In the / tba County road. Thla
cold snap with great anxiety. There are bat few settlement oa the kingdom, and fabric made from It grove of 600 or GOO
Our school opened four weeks ago with rive? that have two men more public Miss Ella Wlgfleld went up on the train a woman natur marie, among the most delicate lo tb* ) an artesian well, eto.
Miss Annie O roves, of Sebastian, as the spirited than Art 8aeJter.; of Anfcona, and to Wabasso, Saturday to do some shop Born unto love, a slave. they look like gossamer and will at Southeast corner ef
teacher. Master Barry Muncb and Frank Rloha'd*, of Kden, who at their ping. Now beneath the elm shade float in the air. For lack of owned by J, L. Har
Willie Janaon headed the role of honor own expense have laid pipes from their Miss K. Martin Is spending the boll- Rest In a lowly grave. tbe material separated by hand ,Month, across Elbow

last week. Wonder will the boys remain windmill tank* to the publIc road. Mr. days vial ting lelatlves and friend at No monument; grand, to her I I. raised end of the tbrl'ada being-glued ( boundary of land belong
Richard ha placed by the road aide Yankee Ingenuity ought to
good a Melbourne and Ocala. No mark on histories However thence Kast along
pipe with a spring faucet and cup attached page able to devise a wicker sod easier which Is the North bound
teacher left for her home The thermometer went down to 28 When orators speak heroe praise,
Oar Saturday
and a barrel filled with water so od, and thus a profitable use might land to North bank
at Sebastian to spend Xmas with her that tbe traveling public can quench on the 22ml InBt., and there was Ice a No word of her I la said. found for thousand of ton of thence West along bank

parent. We all deeply regret that she their own thirst or water their horses quarter of an Inch thick. But the deed that she has) done, leave which now are thrown away point of beginning being
wa* nnable to spend Xmas with us, and without getting out of their vehicles. Mr, Mr. and Mr. Walker and daughter Shine like the glorlou* sun. Florida.It 27 South Rauga
many of our young men are looking very Saeger has, at tbe immediate roadside Mltw Eva: of Woodlej,drove down to Mr. When the Yace of life Is run. 1 I la recommended that canning land is covered with tba
much crest fallen because onr charming built a cement foundation, on which he Wlgfleld's, Sunday afternoon for a sUort Where rest those who fought and won, ies be established In Hawaii and .
young teacher baa forsaken us during; placed a joint of tiling or pipe two feet visit. Rico for putting up pineapples
Ne'er In the helghth of fame of sub-division of Lot SI
a man
Xm_ But the little have all been ,
one in diameter which I I. filled within 18 ness which I la not practicable lo
looking forward tn the coming of "Old Inches of tbe top with cement and attached R. E. Minis of Bonaventure our Sacrailced one half tb* same owing to scarcity of labor la the to Eau Uallle corner
A her who bear the sacred name.Of and street through the
Santy" with great pleasure who appeared I I. a stand pipe and spring faucet.A school superintendent, was a pleasant ish West Indies there are canneries
at oar Xma tree Tuesday evening at erected It I Is a very ornamental and visitor here last week. lie Intends visiting "Mother kind true and plain.W. use from 2 .OOO to 60,000pine* a day fronting lOll fret on.

the school house. life-lasting structure. For all good deeds our school on his return. B. McO. peeling and slicing being done largely
there I* due a reward. So while Art wa Mr. and Mrs. Rash Allen and daughter. Baltimore Md, Dec. 24, 1001. women and child reo. Tbe next proc ce about 0 chains 3A
watching the sparkling water In the Miss Elsie Msy of Jacksonville arrl.Ion es are to put the fruit Into the cans Northeast corner of .
Editor Lynch,of Dally Post Pellllps- tone structure and admiring It, to his solder tbe receptacle*, and tine between Sec
advertisers ,
the 17th Inst, to spent the holiday Satisfied people are the best yrnp
N. J. has tasted the merit of Foley' run West 0 elialn 13 link,
burg, fair tbe latter la a steam cooking, ,at.J. *
with this result "1 surprise appeared a damsel riding a with Mrs. Allen's parents, Mr. and Mrs.W for Foley's Honey and Tar and all merse / thence
Honey and Tar ) chains B4 links )
medicines foaming steed (accompanied by her If. Wlgfield. who use It, agree tbat II I I. a splendid ,
have used a great many patent colds and chaperon) who was the first to drink of remedy for coughs, colds or sore lung. W. Bryan, of Lowder III*., ; 80 seconds. East 3 chain
In my famlllr for coughs and the sparkling water from the hand of The Misses K. Martin and Vlrgle low with River, tlience follow the
11. It. Wilson A Son.Nlniplo "My little boy wa* very
I Honey and Tar Walker by Messrs. Robt. River In an Kustuily
can honestly say your the cheerful giver. Who can telf? It reminds accompanied monia. Unknown to the doctor we ..
1* the best thing of the kind I have ever the writer of Judge and Maud Reams and Smith attended services- and Tsr. The du* South front plaea:
him Honey
used and I cannot say too much In praise Mailer. the Reams school house Monday. Miss ItomiHlr Bms."Richard Foley'* and the doctor thence nortb to poln't of
magical puzzled ,
of 1C' B. R. Wilson A Son. ....... Martin and Mr. Reams were the gtxwitsof It wa Immediately stopped th* ranking I I 0>> acres, more or
Prof. Poppell and family and Miss of .* the Kltcuell plac*.
$100 Jleward $1OO. Tralnnm Hopklnsvllle,Kr., and quickly recovered. Wilson
A NEW TRAIN Walker and Mr. Smith were the guests who, a few day* ago swallowed carbolic of Section 29, TowasMp
The reader of this paper will be pleased of Mr. and Mrs. Chambers. acid while despondent and wa given up The Orm tr OlfC*. :17< East, containing ItJO
to learn tbat there I I. at least one by four doctors. Is now able to sit up In right-of-way.

Between Jacksonville and Savannah dreaded disease that science baa been Night Was Her "Terror."I bed. After tbe doctor left, friend : of"H' etlon2-J, Township
wa Inaugurated; o.er.the Seaboard Air able to cure In all It* stages and that I.Catarrb. forced mustard and sweetoll down hi* Give us, New Year the Light 87 Bast, containing 100
Line Railway on the tat Instant which Hall's Catarrh Cure I* the only would cough nearly all night; long" throat and this old home, remedy savedbis Along the lonely way; right-of-way.
leave Jacksonville daily, Including San- 1 positive cure known to tbe medical fraternity. wrUe Mrs. Cbas. Applegate, of Alexandria life. borne Htar to make tbe night .. le. railroad
days, at 4:10: p. M. 'Tbl I* tb. hortest I Catarrh i.-eing a constitutional I ml., "and could hardly get any Hold kinship with tbe day : acres of, Lot* t and of
I constitutional treat I had consumption bad tbatIf Over the storms of life part
line by 34 mile. Scheduled to connect disease requires a slerp. ) so *
Fireman Clone Call.
at Savannah with a new ti:,.. l over tbe Iment. Hall's Catarrh Cure I I. taken Internally I walked block I would cough frlll.'btfolly Arch tbou the rainbow ray I Section:kmiwn, Township J. L.2T
dlrectlr the Mood and spit blood, bat, when all other *"! stuck to engine atlhuugb 37 East, all
Seaboard for Montgomery Ala., equipped acting opon my every Give n*, New Year', the grace; >,
with Pullman drawing, buffet and and raucous surfaces of the system thereby medicines failed three $1 bottle of Or. Joint ached and every nerve wa rackedwith To bias a world! tn need, > '
.leeper*. Also scheduled to make Immediate : destroying tbe foundation of the disease King's New Discovery wholly oared me pal II." write C, W. Bellamy, a loeomotlve To stand before Ood'* face. 17.1I.11] bllCk ,1, Town
connection at Savannah with the I and giving the patient strength by and I gained 58 pounds." It', absolutely fireman of Burlington Iowa., Pare with the dr.*m and deed; :
Central of Georgia Railway for August*, i building op the constitution and assisting guaranteed to eure eongbs eolds, la "I wa weak and p"I.l without and appetite To sooth the *ool* that mourn. 1, blofk, Town of }:....
Macon, Atlanta, Columbus, Birmingham natore tn doing Its. work. Tb* proprietors grippe bronchitis and all throat and and alt run down. A* I .va. about To bind the wound that bleed I deed forth)* only-
and point beyond- Connect at Thai 1, have so much faltb la It* curative lung trouble Price 60rt* and $1 Trial to give up I got a bottle of Kleotrlo: Bitters Tltlo. ,
man with tb. Brunswick A Birmingham I powers tbat they offer One Hundred bottle* free .Wltaon 4 Son's drllg.tor.. and, after taking, It. I felt as well a* 80 shall thy coming be anil term* address, .,
R,. for Brunswick. Call at City Dollar* for any case tbat it fall to core. I ever did la my life." Weak sickly ru* Blest of each cot and .tod ; and W. K.JONE8, .,,
testimonial. Address We would esteem tbe favor If down gala new life Tb* ed shall floweriogly
ticket office 303 West Bar street Jacksonville I Send for list of our people always of the Estate of Wm'.
or,write A. O. MacDonell assistant F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O. reader*, when writing or calling upon strength and vigor from their It... Try Brighten the d *ert sou.And deceased.
; HalPa advertisers to merchandise Satisfaction guaranteed B. ItWllsoo tbe world roll nearer heaven ,
general agent, Jackson I l'rSold by Druggist*, 75 cents. oar purchase them. by
passenger .
TlUe, Fla. Family Pill are the beat. etc., would mention ADYOCATJB.. A Hon. Price 60cU. Uod r tbe smile of God! Florid

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I today who stanas alluringly under a 1 ; :

prig of mistletoe may find satisfaction T' The Seaboard Air Line

t, ; 1f precedent In knowing of centuries.In that abe. I la following the : Railway

Druidical times the simple peasants .

flocked In crowds to Join the processions VESTIBULED

; ;. Fru i t. were the. In foremost which the actors.DruidIcal The priests train LLl 44 4 Capital! City Route.
:: , h11E0TRANS
'f i was bended by the bards singing cantl- S.A.I t [IJ! .

,, Its quality influences cles and hymns. A herald precededl The Shortest Route.

I; the selling price.Profitable l three Druids, furnished :with.\ Imple-

"'' fruit ments for tbe purpose of cutting The Best
the. mystic plant-upright hatchets of DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE LIne.
ar growing insured only brass fixed to staves. Then followed I
Double Daily Service-Including Sundays to . .
when enough actualPotash tbe prince or chief of the Druids


followers. Tbe chief mounted tbei WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, '

; I'i oak, with a golden, sickle detach' -sti n WITH TUROUOH PULMAN SLEEPER.

lag the mistletoe and presenting It
t ; is in the fertilizer.Neither I to tbe priests, -who received and bore Only' line opeiatlng dally through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville, to New Oilcans

1 For further Information write...
the branches with
) ; quantity nor away deep rev
r good quality( possible I erence. On the first day of tbe year A. O. MAcDONELL_, Asst. Gen. Pass Agt. Jacksonville Florida

; 1! without Potash. i the branches, after resting on the J. M. BARR, R. E. L. BUNCH '.
t I. V. l'. & G. M., Gen. Pass Agt.
Druidical altars In the Interval, were
f f riving Wdtsfoeur/rer deuila. join distributed among the people 'as a .
I sacred and holy plant the Druids cry --- .-.-
i Ir ,GERMAN KALI WORKS! I 'The mistletoe for the
& Ing new yearl"Many
/ M NUMII.St.,Now York Clt* were the superstitions attaching . Dixie Flyer Route . .

to this plant: Among tbe latter
.1 Tri-Weekly Double dally trains, with PULLMANS FINEST:: VESTIBULED BUFFET
day charms -associated with It. when! . Sailings . CARS
r Free and suspended in a bunch in the servants'ball Through without change--
Accented Masons was the traditionary and favorite BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ST. LOUIS.
: t u\\ I %? observance of kissing the maids under -Close connections made In Union Depots for--
Its branches Chicago, Louisville Cincinnati, Memphis and all point West and Northwest.
the superstition prevail at Charleston,
ing' that: the maiden who missed being Be lure that your ticket reads via =-
No. 90Tltusvllle heartily,, kissed under her mistletoe at The. Steamships & ST.: ,. LOUIS RAILWAY4. '
Christmas would forfeit her chance of
:RIver For Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to...
early matrimony and not be
certainly The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. T. M. DOYLE Fla. Pass. Agt Jacksonville Fla.

I.Mlge, Florida. married la tbe ensuing twelve months.A Direct bcrvlce Between O.! E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. H. F. SMITH Traffic Manager
i v' Jl Jells ill meeting the MortnA and fourth Frlayof mediaeval observance wblcb always Atlanta, Ga. Nashville Tena.
j:l.1. ovth month, at tlw lat* Armory Tltua- followed the gathering of holly Jacksonville Boston Providence .and all Eastern Points .
alto, at 1:'M 'ol'k p, m. ,
Si ,N : and mistletoe was the cutting, and
J. R. Walker
., J. L. Worahliiful MMtcr. (Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways)
Oarruther Senior 1
WariJau. hauling; borne of the Yule log. Tbe favorite "
T.M Aat.doni, Junior warden Yule log' was a cross grained 8EM1-WEEKLY SAILINGS:
f1 J.M.ii ni'rusurer. Lewis Wharf BoAton PLANT :
.''. "l' f. A Morgan, Secretary. block of elm or the rugged root of a Southbound..from. Street Jacksonville gYSTEM.
( ; Jt A. HiiKlma, Chaplain.
.' J. B. BurMvnii, Senior tree of fantastic and! ierotesone: form. -
+ R. K. Mini*,Jr.. Junior t>eaaon.. Formerly the member. of the family
A.O. VunlanJ nuham Senior Steward. Clyde St. Johns River Line. .
;. V.M.Tavl'ir Junior Steward and guest sat I*. W. ituberi.. Tyler. Yule log tbe throne of the master of (DcBary Lin..) The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections. : _.

"- -. ---- ---- ---- the revels sang a Yule song and drank BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. To the East via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmond

r'' to a merry Chrlntmea and happy new Stopping at Palatka, Astor, at. !Francis Bermtord(DeLand l), Blue Spring and intermediate landing and Washington The Southern Railway, via Savannah. Columbia .
1TEIIRY XMAS WAYS. year. As part of tbelr feast Yule *on the Ht.Jolm'i Kiv"r. and Washington.

dough or Yule cakes were consumed. STEAMER "City W.of Jacksonville.. Tfl the West The Southern R'y' via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattanoogo. The L A I
MOW THE ANCIENTS Thene- bore Impressed figures/ In tbe I u, via Montgomery. The Southern R'y via :Savannah: Columbia '
shape of an Image. Sometimes' they and Asbevllle. The MAO: : R'y via Montgomery.
? 'l THE COMING OF YULETIDE. Leave Jacksonville S:OO p, m., Sunday Tuesdays 1liimOays..
were made In tbe form ,osftan Infant. Leave Sanford lau a. m.,Monda;", V.ednesdey.endFrldav., .
I Tft the East t via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York.
'; Nor was tbe manger overlooked. Southbound Read down 8OHKDULK.: Northbound, Read up. and Boston via Savannah
'. ........ ... Philadelphia and Merchants. Miners
the \nutlefo Leave 8.10 pm. Jack.onvide..I..Arrlve :2cflani.
and the Yale Los Were :4Kpm: .....................l-nlatka................. Leave HOO: > pm. Transportation Company for Baltimore. s
,, In .Jh ldene.-Pe.tivllie. IlevanUrlor a Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment bas 3005m.: .,., ..... 2:30: pin. To Key West and Havana via Port Tampa and Peninsular A Occidental Steamships
l \Yeeh Chrlitma. Dar Dot been' thoroughly tested for '. 4:30 am.::.::::.. ..:i ::.8t:1: Franale..u.: .;:::: ;;: ;;;;;; I:40;:; uin.ii 'To Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island; via Boston and
' many years, .........Bel't'lltordVel.alld)):............ Of 12:00: n'n. Canada
o'' ,...... %Wut Mo.>nata Clan and Is a poslnlve cure for this most distressing 4 ,00am,.... ]lIHum.Arrive : Atlantic and Plant I Steamship line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlottestowa.wxNTER .
y : and jBtnbnrragiitnR of troubles. 8:30 am :::: ::::::::::.:...Saoford./ .::::::::::::;.;: ::. 9:30: urn.
,, is Rf\IJ' that the American! customs 'rlco5tots( In bottles: tudes 76ots. B. C
t IT of celebrating the greatest R.Wilson| ,& Son Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office. 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. : : : TOUEl..XSTS 'rxcz "1mTS

it ; ; 1 of sill .festival dl1yl. Cbrlatmas, A.C.HAOERTY' Eaat'n Pan.. Agt., F.M.IRONMONOERJa.Fla.Pas.Agt.!: will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern; Western and Southern States to
: tj ', r are desceuded from or are ur- 19 State 8t.. Nnw York f 204 West Bay. St.,Jacksonville.. all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System, during the season of 19011002,11111.
i"' TKOS. HALEY Local Fre'KbtAjtOnt. I r IQ LOVKI.L, As.t. Fla. 8u .t.. Ited to return until with liberal
Th'RI/I/ of the old world customs which WI.b. For lh New' Year font lloiran St ,Jarkonvllle. Fla. | Foot HoRan rtt., Jacksonville, Fla. May,31st, stop-over privileges In Florida.
I xtstpd In England a couple of centurion May bipplntM and hralth be thin. JOHN. L. HOW AltllSllperlntendeo., Foot Hogan St., JuoksonvUI. Fla. Addresses of parties In the north sent to the Undersigned will be liberally sup
c. Throughout thl. coming> ,..rl THEO. O. KOKK.: General Ma."r.!: WM. P CLTItH' CO.. General Agents. plied with information and handsome advertising matter.
ago. Yet when these latter are May charms of ....uty fir outshine CneMbrouga Building 19 State St.,Oppo.lte Battery I'arll.New York.
k 7 For Information as to rates, sleeping car reservation etc. call write to
on or
Kamlned Into It
; require a wide stretch All o.ban.: far or D.,. O. II. WALTON. Agent. Titusville, Fla.;
:' oCmn unusually elastic Imagination tolink
: May .ncful.. .wiyi and winning! mill F. M. Jolly, :Division Passenger Agent.
"" i 1 the,wny of the present day with uain rn.nainip. arm ana op.r,; lift: tVnttt. Haw fi* Aut-n- .. TtTjvsttr _Tonlr.......Uln m' .*. v.
? i t r 1 nlHfir tile seventecntu or even the Hay fondest heart the hour beguile : U..W'A. '
1; Mt'fltpenlb crntury. A* onward speeds tbs ,..r. Florida East Coast B. W. Wren Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Oa.W. : "
f It seems probable that the folks of May music b. thy special gift B. DENHAM, General SuperiatendentSavannahGa.

halt a dozen generations ago crowded To pl...* and charm the ..rl r
more merriment Into the Christmas May tby sweet voice the aanw lift
Beyond this earthly aph r*. Time Table No. 83. In KOect'Sept 1, 10O1.
season then we of thin. ago do. and they '

I II went iibout It with the same prearranged May peace of mind that heavenly peace SOUTH BOtTND (Read Down. (Road Up) NORTH BOUND.
B* with the* through" .h..l
Hj-rtcmatlc care that a coinmerinf JSo.U 1'00.111 anc. o.tl 01
r t'th '" piflnon now devotes to Homo great May And Christian sorrows virtue dleappear.never, saw" Il x.tta Dally Dally Daily STATIONS. Dully Daily Dally ..b...,
Wed : ax.bu Southern
''i i'v' May all the good thla world can give .. .. oOOp j| LO OOalOOxa 1....,..,....Jaoknonvlll> . ..Ar 7 uOp BUOa :::::: tdt : 1 11i1Wi1Y
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thee on thy way -t: : ...... aio 11 lib .... ,. .. O
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May heavenly bleailnga, while you Uv, .s A .r...'. .. ... 1I 4Hp 11 lie ......... HM"lioll" .. .......... .. a HP4ohp ...... x x
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of fun". That is the V; H ... ..*::.......Tlbbala........... .. .,. ..... rn: 0 ISI Eculsptiie' Jl11411. BI"1911." ,
regular ..s .:.. ... .. .. 6:11: tj fb fbarian
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report from the monkey Ial / A.. A48p .... Stuar....... .. lul.aB4i
cage rq.: -s :;;.: :::::: Tl-p :: ..*.........Hohe- Wound...,.:?,'.: :: .a ::::;: :::::: y'ye AND ALL POINTS BART AND WBHT.
' cf Barnum's :x'; ...,.. ...... 1261' ... . 'West Japlter. ,.... \ttWiaHVba .. ...... tvJu" b
T i' Circus ever since C o ...... ...... r Wp ..:.:.{Wt Palm Baseti........ IIUIJa ...... ..... ._ I
a .t.... ...... 8211' ......,,...Byntofl...;'..... ., .. .. .. ...... ..... NO OTHER LING AFfORDA aVBNVIGB U1KB THIfl
> the keepers 'began dosing the JII: E-t ...... n ......,......Delray.............. 82 a .. ......
...... .. Of ......,.Fort Laaderdala........ '1111a...,... ...... ts1 THE NEW YORK
a ... ...our ** ..........Lemon City j.. ...... Aoila .... .. ... :f' & FLORIDA EXPRESS
monkeys with Scott's Emul- ...:.. Ar.. ...... ....MI..ml..T.. 114f1ot ... ... .. .
Buffet Parlor Uiera... rrniu IKS mid 78.. ,
Consumption was To th. But
carrying and INoith.
Ho SI No7und oi7 o.
e. o.

off two thirds of them Oaty. I Oir rtuad j Daily l.x Daily via MASPORT BRANCH. I Daily I Daily Only Hun THE CIN "IFV ATI & FLORIDA LIMITED

"i P ir. "TISp 'iii. ... .u..o......Jarkiinnvill*............ . .Ar '"flX Tpf VJP ......
every year and the circus had 10lip IUl a IIlIIp! HUHa ..............$o. jHukaonvill.............. .. 1Ua; .1171' : ...... To the WM: and Not*H*We*.*:.:
flATHBRIMd THB HOLLY AND MISTLKTOtt 4Up10DOa4Bp| > liMp alUa ............ . Pablo B"..oh ................ 111II&/ II 061' ......
I'N to { lOSAe. TOUW aloe ..... ...,...,..AUantioBeeoh.. ............. / rWa 600p 1222p........ The line through The Land of the Sky' Asnevllle. Hot
nnncfal coup but the fun wan of a buy new ones. CoostIinr11n' Qlln..p. . . . ... ....Marttort.y6.'ee' .. ...... Springs N. :
Boisterous kind quite Inconsistent with .. ... i C. Finest Summer Resort Section the
; the crowded way of living these days, One day a keeper accident- O.ttl|I, 17" PALATKA BRANCH IAdNu.4., D..II"" leiliKiWp' DallI'' 7'' World. Through Sleeping Car from',Jacksonville to

says the Washington Post If one of ; "OU..j.'I.\.o, \ID II/IjIL..Pata'k..Ar/ ( ilIOi 46asl7xro/ 6 II' P I' Abbeville and Hot Springs. North Carolina.'
/ the old merrymaker could come to ally broke a bottle of Scott's T60pl I MIo Ar..Kant P I..I.. II It''. 'OIIA laIlp lOIIn burp 7 .p

r/, f Die on Christmas day and celebrate Emulsion near the DaUr Nl>..A HAH MATED BRA CH. I.....1rIDaIlO.:..,|.... l wv ) eiwie of Roasts{ to pa .Jl lnlcall EX ?Slt oi." Buffalo, n. !r.

l t; _ the festival In the way fashion and monkey, 0.67\\ SXia .. .. . . .... ....... ..... ..Ea t ralatka......................... AI' i 11II&| (40p Through Vestibuled Trains Pullman 'sie .
custom demanded In his time be would cage and the monkeys eagerly Seat Ar....... .... ......... ... .. .. Han Mat........................... ... .. L.T g 4\ S'*(n Through Coaches.UXCI3UUBINT Drawia. eo. pi g Cars,

r probably l Und himself In the lockup I i Mo. ale

r barged with rudely disturbing the lapped it up from the floor. .. ollyl; O BRANCH.Dilly. Daltyl Exdu SANFORD BRANCH. DallyThcmTlraaTablM ExMulJ.mrn. DllSlrVa CAR SBRVICB.Through .

peace.. ... .* .,.. .. ,.. Wa LT........TltMHvlll 1 *.............Ar 121.11' Trains via The Southern Railway are Operated la Coanection
L Noise bluster feasting drinking and This suggested the idea that it I W ..v..l. .Lake Ht.l.n...... >p 'Ilia" .......... .... Mima...............LY l07p with,the Plant System from
tip ":...._OrangeOitr.. ..Ar/8./ 8811a ** ........ .....O.l aBftfia It Jacksonville.Ak .
horseplay were the chief features of do them Ar".......Orange Olty Jo..... .............Bnl.rprl: t..b. It 110.... for
might 4 14fip Tickets via
the old time! English Christmas. Gift- good. Since llJOA Ar.............._n'......... .. . "" ..." I11lUa Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.

snaking existed,, as It had for many previous then the monkeys have H. F. CAR. Florida Fa>... .r .
received .. ( Acat.10S wet it JAOKSOMT1U.X: J1 -
show the II....* a* whloh. trains may be ...>.. ..ted to arrive and depart Bay ,
; };t centuries but that was merely from' the sfcTOral. atattonii but their / ... a* the timo Stated U floe ruar.n.. 'a.Y.UARDWlCK.G.a.ralPaso.
_ doses Act
aD Incidental feature and not nearly so regular and the keepers bead. nor doer the Company hold twit nepomdhle" for any delay or any oonmqaauo aria- W .U1N'"TUN. i>.o. W. R.TAYLOR ATLANTA. .Aet.sea.Paw.Act.,QA.Jutr .

'Jt important a* the work of the pompous report very few deaths from la*; therefrom. i. 1901.

rb butler upon whom devolved the responsibility PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL .

-of carrying into the dining consumption. Of course it's STEAMSHIP. CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
ball the great boar' head. to
cheaper buy Scott's Emul-
1Fk The oldtlme Christmas began a week BETWEEN MIAMA. KEV WEST AND HAVANA. I
before the arrival of the day just as sion than new monkeys-and
Gen Miami' Monday and "rM..'..... .1006 pm Leave Havana. W"" ". and 8aa..rd.aT..JOOO.m \
L the shopper of today rush out with fat th suits the circus Arrive. K.y w..t TIM*,anti Saturday I Wpm Arrive Key West Weu. and Hf..t ... II O" I'nt MALLORY LINES.I I
nurses: to lure the holiday bargain. Out men. Lean Key Wear Tu_ and H.ind y.. T.put> L.ar Key Wets Thiw and tI.."...... 4 OIl pm
gnvclmalng gift did not bother theheads Consumption 'in Arrive Havana W&!\U. ..." Monday 8 80 am Arrive Miami Frldayeand Mondays; .. 8 OIl are U

or weary the bodies of the old monkeysand For oopy tat local time card address any A( ot.T. .

world folk. in fan is the same disease. D. RAHNER.: A,.t. 0... P..*. A ;..t._ST APQPSTINE.: FLA . NBW' Through tickets
(4 The gut'ierlng .of the holly and, mistletoe If you have it or are threatened NEW LONDON, STONnroTOJT. PBOTIDB>Cr:'

for the decoration of. house and THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE FALL RIVER, BOSTON, and all Northern Point
eborch wa their Initial task, and It -- it can you AT LOwER RATES THAN: VIA AJfY OTHER LINLThree :
K was performed by the village en masse take the hint
'{ I headed by brave piper and fiddlers, ? Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada. Steamer Trains
i every Thursday, Leaving Jacksonville fo11o.:
v This picture: as
I who filled the forests' wltb the Joyful represents .
4 aMmlles of Cbrlstmaatldis It wa tile 4 .' the Trad. Mark of Scott's PRICE, W.OO and $3.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boa Builder In the U. S. Via Vieille"Plante7.tam:. eh. .lay 1.I..da" .."................ ?....10IfI.. m.. (Metropulitaa Limited)

Qagana who first used holly and mistletoe Emulator and .U on the Via"-board.A1r Line."..............8llIp.m.1to ....,.
t# for obnerrnuces, and the practicewas wrapper of every bottla.. !Ill Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States. Baggage checked through to: destlnatluo. p. (Fast Mail.

L- adopted by the early Christian .m. ---= Send for ire usple. For Sal. by 1 V For
rtui-cbos. The Greeks and Romans also .f.M. SCOTT: BOWNE Jas. Pritchard & Son, .. etc., apply to, descriptive and lIlulirated matter'iTi.r.xrr. schedules,. reservations, HckeW.

xuu.il liiriu tu tlivlr r..lIl1lolllll"eremonles: }, -r. 40<) Pearl St.. New York. TITUSVILLE, .. .. -, .. FLORIDA. ,

aa did the Druids and the Celtic andjauth.Ie 1 joe and j i. fl druggists. SEE THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS. .8. .. A.. wPTK:. A"Dt!!: t2O W.BAy lit.Jacluoovla4.
I, oattono.. l So: the young maid of C.H.MALLORY aJ.., At.. Brunswick be. -
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: ::: .' : IAN:: RIVER: : :: :aOrreJ: :: :.... An Ing-vnloui Treatment by whloh Drunkards ...THE HOME OF TIlE ORANGE.. '!
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< HISTORIC EVENTS THAT HAVE FALLEM or. ttolng Cured Dully In 8plt! ,
ON JAN. 1. of Th.ti....lv.*. No Norn loin I>..... JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND THE WINTER.

,.. TITUSVILLE, Weakening of the N.......... A 1.1..t..
d' . Wllllnm the fonqnvror Crowned on Fodlilv Cur for the Liquor Habit.

,;."\,1".. ',. FLORIDA. New ye...'. and IS. .bll...*. the It Is now' generally known and understood Hotel Indian River nomEDO., FLA.

''::1 11011.'.,. In r:..lnn.l -Th. I).r InAmerlt'nn that drunkenness la a disease and ,
Annul. not wvnkuCHH. A body Ailed with! poison, I
1. J. G. BAST, Proprietor. and nerves completely shattered by periodical . AND COTTAGES, OPENED ON DEC. 23, 1001. !
t INCH:-'; the birth of JMU of or contttant use of Intoxicating
S Nazareth the beginning of the liquors, requires un autldoto capable of: This popular hostelry has boon renovated at a great expense, parlor did n<<'- !
t a' year has been variously fixed neutralizing and eradicating, this poison, room, office and all balls and.Lied l rooms have boon bountifully papered ii> rtoh.,
4Il11bo148e.II"'l'cr, and twenty live now bathrooms have
DUCK SHOOTING And de tro.)lu" the craving for Intoxluanta. liven
I I I zSaEF at hpI' :25 the anniversary of Hulleiura:: may now cure themselves The old patrons who have been In the habit of upending their winters I I.fro
r' m' 1 Ili lr his birth; .Inn. \, the anniversary of at home without publicity or loss can once more return nnd find almost a now hotel, :li.VMiO/: boxes oranges aoeo. ,
m and FISHING. his clrcumclsluii; March 25: the anniversary of time from business thin wonderfu on trees Boating,. haling, excellent hunting etc.

-9fc5 of his conception and ou "HOME GOLD CURE1' which bAS boon ARTHUR I.. MAKMI, Proprietor and Manager.13AU / :

Rates: .2.M! > per day. Easter 811n<''lIlY. In the British tales perfected after many yearaof' close study --- - . .. __h_ "'_ _ ..... .
the date most preferred was Dee.; :25: and relit mpnt of Inebi'fates. The faithful GALLU2. I
and It was not until after Hastings use actcmilliitf to dii'eel Ions of this won-
$10 and $19] per week. that the present day not clioaou.! William i deiful discovery Is |>oi
the Conqueror was crowned on cute how the hard most a obstinate drlnkei. case Our, no records matter Indian I River I Inn EAU GAI.L1K, FL\.
Jan 1 whether because be
: honestlydeemed House Overlooks the Indian
JACK ONVI LE. show the marvelous transformation ol Hlvcr.
the date which was then In thousands drunkiiida
iDtu sober Indus-
use In :Normandy-'; the most convenient, tilous and uptight' men. Near the Duck Grounds of Banana River, and the picturesque\ upper St.
or whether h -wl hctl to thus stgnnllre AVIVFS CUKIJ YOUR HUSBANIH I 11 l Johns, noted for llluck Has, a'Ol'cn all the yviir. Kale iJ.H(! per
-DUYAL Ills \Mory. the dny was then first Children cure your fathura! This reme- tiny Special rates by the week and nu.ntli. Table 111 be supplied with
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. Fish at all times. and
Oysters Uumo In onnon.
used, and has since been \lKPIi. dy Is In no sense nostrum but Is a upo-

The dny Is set aside! for feasting: and! cHic for this dtacaxeonly, end! Is so skillfully .. 1'. A. MoMILLAProprietor._
merriment all over the Christian and pri-pmed that It Is
'. thoroughly Holuablo and to the
world, It U Raid that In Paris plonmint
Opposite postofflce Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- overK taste so that It can ho given In a cup ol Hotel EAU (OALLIK:, FLA.
$ >0OUO) la spent oa sweetmeats alone, tea or coffee without the knowledge ol Granada
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . .? . while It Is far from uncommon for n the poison taking It Thousands of On Indian River.

Rates $2.50 day and man to expend on one New Year's present drunkards have cnied themselves with'
per up. as much an one-liftecuth of his In. this priceless remedy, and as many more : The Hotel Granada Is located at EIIII Oallle, Flu., 103 miles Mouth of Jai:kv.n>-
vllle on the went shore of the Indian River, unexcelled' boating hunting ,'... I
B. W. SPERRY, Propiletor.WESTMORELAND come. In Scotland so universal Is the havo been cured 1 and mado temperate men
z fishing. Matchless! cllmatt Launch for the of A .
UNO tlrst-claws hor
by having tl.o cuio administered,by loving ) guests I
of the entire
custom giving season
l ; up like hotel. Rates $J,50 to tlOU: ) dny. ,.. I
'. lends and relatives without their per .Sportnl rates by month 01' "t""' .
to the duties of the trencher and the
knowledge; hi coffee or tua. anti believe Open all the year. Address UI.KASON IIKOH./ Kau Onllle!', rim.
that the In known Daft
.. HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE cup ns ; to-dny that they d IMCOII tin 11,01 Inking of -- --
day n touching allusion to the state
FLA. their own free will. DO NOT WAIT.Do .
to wblch:after morning has come, the not bo deluded by apparent and misleading 1:1)EN. ,

American and European K-aJoiltyjof the celebrators are reduc 'Improvement.' Drive out the
plan. Centrally located. Just built and open
ed. New 1'pnr's eve Is known ns Ilog- dlHoasH at once and for all time. The
ed this season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water nanny supposed! to be derived from "HOME GOLD CURE": Is sold at the The Netherby EDEN, On-Indlan-R1ver, FT.A.

Baths: Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or d pot. All the old Saxon hog night; the time for extremely low price of One Dollar, thus ,
killing hogs for eating and sacrifice.In placing within roach of everybody a treat One <>f the loveliest locations on the river All model Improvements.
street cars pass the door Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. the rural districts of England ment more effectual than others costing Hot and cold baths Sulphur Spring. Excellont Inking water.
I ; Mrs A. J. WALKER Proprietor. late (25 to $::il>. Full diiectioim accompany Plenty of fruit and Ice. Fish, Oysters and, fieuli vegetables/ In abund
there existed until a very day a
each advice ance. Northern House
package. Special by skilled Cooking handsomely furnished with all the
custom which probably came from the physicians when requested' without extra comforts of a home. lioats. Trains stop at Riixton Station on the

charge/ (Sent, prepaid to,any part of the plantation. Pineapple district. Mrs M. A. CUKTW::!, Mnnaget'

The bindle 10 East Forsyth Street.,, I 1 world on receipt of if: I. Address Dopt.C ----- --- - -- - . .. . I
',_ 70* EDWIN II GILES; CO, 2i.tJ2: : { - - -
Market !tit.: Philadelphia All correspondence 'VI S'l' rALSi ItHACll.

strictly confidential. -
European plan. Dining Cafe; new and first-class In all appointments.Center -- --. --

of city. Near all car lines. Open for rooms November 15th; nrrnklnir It (Irnllr. THE PALMS. WEST PALM UUACII, FLA.

e Cafe November 10th. Rooms, one person one day; |1 and up; by the ""'f'Il, John how are things; going at
Afirst olaas
home-like note) located
on bountiful Lake Worth, opp'aite
week, $3.60 and up. home? Royal Ponclnnn. Near railroad station and! plnce, of Intercut. Special feats *fm,
C. B., SMITH, Proprietor. "Why. sir the mnirple'a/ dond. Comfort) Courteous attention superior table and "service reasonable IHMSW'
"I'uor.lackl What took him off?" House thoroughly renovated. Under New Management., Experienced white.
--- "We think, air. It was rating too waitresses will hive charge. of the dining room. food Fishing, Hunting and
' ST. AUOUSTINIS. much horse moat. Boating. Rates $2:. to $3:I ll'l1r day. HpwUI, bv the week For further lnfoi lilt..
"How's thnt? Where did he get the tlon addroNi: Tlie Palms, Went Palm head, Flu, .1, C, Htowers, Prop

AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. horse! Olell t't" ---T - -.- T - - .
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FLORIDA HOUSE S.P. "I .nm sorry to toll you sir. that both .
The Old City :By-the-Soa. ALTABlONTi: HPIUNOM.
the currliiKe horses! d ll*>d. ._
This well known hotel will remain open tbe Entire Year. St. Augustine .Is "Tlu- lintHeM dead I What ailed thornV" ---

a delightful Summer:! Resort. It has attractions and points of Interest thatno "It must lime been overwork draw. ALTAMONTK: SPRINGS! Orange Co. Flay
other resort posxesses. Beautiful Roads and Beach for Driving and BIf ing water to (the tlr!!." The ALTAMONTE
cycling.- Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all "Fire! What fire?" ,Open January ]at.
modern Improvements that can contribute to the comfort of Lib. located the tall
guests. Beautifully and
among pines beailngornnge On
"Why, ilr. the \hall was burned to the groves.; a fllllt:;
erally conducted. Capacity 21( O. Summer Rates: $2 to '.loGO per day, $8 to ridge overlooking two bountiful spilng fed lakus. Klrst-clais, aounmmodallu
$12 per week. For further partioiflais. ) address ground. for 150 guests at rates that will plonxe you. Steam heat, open fires; modem
\ F. C. IIAYDEN Manager, "Occot heavens. How lid tent hnp electric bells.
, lighting plant, Excellent cuisine, white help. Finest black bars
pen? fishing, boating and hunting; beautiful walks and drive j bowling, bllllnnfa
HEW TEAR'S AT MORIUSTOWN 1781. "It caught/ lire from the funeral torches tennis, clock golf; golf etc.-all fred to guests. Our water supply Is from the

...FRONTING ON :THE PLAZA... Greeks, on down through the Romans sir" famous Altumonte Spring! on hotel grounds (the equal\ of Poland water). Am
ALGONQUIN HOTEL """hOMO funeral?" Ideal winter home for health or pleasure. Send for booklet
. and the Oei'mans, of eating on this dny \
,'ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. "Your mother's sir" UEO. E. BATES:!, Owner and Proprietor.
a species of sacrifice coke known ns "The Grand Vernon II.
N. In
Sea View. Open for rooms only. The rooms are large and airy, with God cakes-:small, triangular buns bait "My poor mother (dead! Ilotv long Mount summer
was she 111? What was the matter?" -- .
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comfortable beds. Rates. moderate. an Inch.thick and filled with mincemeat
"Well, Mir she never held up her head LIVE OAIC.'
while the famous Boxing day
MRS. A. S. PELL Proprietress.
after father' death." .
of your ,
with Its attendant custom "Stephen- -
I Ing." are all through the Isles the chief "My father tool Tell me the cause,

PALATKA. event of.the rural year. Spunk, muu!" Hotel Oakes LIVE: OAK, FLA.
Americans in spite of the fact that "lie took to his bed as soon as be ,

tho day la less distinguished! : than beard the bad news, ilr." Under new management. Caters especially to the commercial traveler. It;
The Graham Hotel PALATKA, FLA. Christmas day owe many of their "Itnd newsl What do you mean?" Is tbe most liberally conducted hotel of It. price In the tlt"te. The 1lftell...
r choicest/ privileges to event which "That the vessel that held his ", holt'f4rtune been thoroughly renovated, rcfurnlihod' and painted. Everything new nna

Near steamboat landing, and opposite the office of the Ocklawaba River transpired on New Year' day, says the had beeu lost at Ben." lint-class. J, HUSSICLL MOORE, Proprietor.

Steamers. .Ratea, $2,60 to $3.00 per day. Special low rates weekly or Cincinnati Enquirer. -It was on the - ...- '--' -- .
monthly. LEE k; NYE, Proprietors. 1st of Jonunry/' 17(3( that Washington A. J. Snell wanted to attend a party,but NIJW YORK
unfurled nt Cambridge, Mass., the first was afraid to do so on account of pains .
In his stomach which he feared would
Federal 11 II st. the original emblem with
DAYTONA. worse lie "I was tailing my
grow says
thirteen stars. In 1770 the first Society Fifth Avo. and 15th
t troubles to a lady friend, who said i Hotel *
of Unlvernnllst, met at Gloucester, 'Chambei'Iain's Colic, Cholera and Di Kensington -
Mass, and Major General Benjanlln arrhoea Remedy will put you In condition New York.
HOTEL DESPLAND DAYTONA, FLA. Lincoln commanding the Continental for the party' I bought a bttlolDd
forcea In the south, established his first take pleoanre In stating that two doses Select Family and Transient Hotel. European flan.

New and up-to-date hotel with all modern conveniences and appliancesfor 'post at Purysbury; on the Savannah cured me and enabled me to have a good Restaurant the Standard of Eicellencc. .
time at the party. Mr. Hnell Is a resident
In occurred the at
river. 1781 mutiny
comfort and safety of guests. Rooms en suite wltb private bath. Morristown, N. J., the most formidable of Hummer Hill, N. Y. This remedy Is GEORGE C. HOWE, Proprietor.Late .

cRested by hot water system. Lighted by gas and electricity. Rates, movement of Its kind In the military for sale by all druggists and medicine of tbe bockingham, St Augustine, and other Florida hotel.

and annnln of the' nation. Some 2,000 of dealers . .._ .. .... .. .. .
$3.ool8r day upward. ---- ------------ -.S -- -- - S - - -<<-- t
the New Jersey troops'of the line angered Creoles.'
LEON DESPLAND, Proprietor; formerly of the Palmetto. 45th Street, bet. Broadway and Sixth Avenue,
by the repeated negligence of Originally a creole was a child born THE HAMILTON

congress grounded.. their arm and refused .- In this country of French or Spanish NEW YORK.A .
SKAUItKEZC. to fight until some runner proVI- parents, the word coming from the
sion could be guaranteed toward their Spanish creare. to create! At presentthe Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably
maintenance anti pay. It was Indeed a word Is restricted In use to thoseof
Hotel Colonnades. Clarendon Inn. crisis In the conflict a* tbe outcome of Spanish and French descent who are Located. With every Comfort and Convenience

. .. this bold move must either Intimidateor born In the wtates. that were French Furnished and Unfurnished

On-The-River. On-Tbe-Ocean. encourage tbe entire army all of and Spanish' colonies. especially Loulnlu GEORGE. :MORTON.
whom were suffering from, tuucb the "' nil,

RAte., $3.SO per day and up, $17.50 to Rates tJ.r O per day to $3. $14.00 to same cause as their brethren from -.------ .. -- -.. .. .. . ..- --.._. .. .. .. - -.- ....- .- -'

$35 per week and up. $17.00 per week. New Jersey. General Wayne saw at Cure IIlcxxl and Skin Disease.,

Col.lne'UD8orpa.ue4 in any hotel In Electric Lights, Furnace Heat, Up-to- once deal that It with was this not question for him to and personally sent* Itching Humor, Eczema< Official :Supply! House of Tbe Illinois Fishermen'/ Association.

Florlda. date house Colonels Stewart and Butler to Intercede Scrofula, I<:tc,
The Net and Twine Co.
These officers conferred wltb
Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Best of For those desiring the Sea, the Claren Send no mtney-.lmply write and try
the ringleader at Princeton, and while Manufacturers of
Service. don Inn ha the finest location In Florida. the conference was on General Clinton Botanic Blond Balm at our expense. We .
distribute free over 10,000 treatments In ..,
Orchestra at both house. after the 15th of January. sent two British officers to coax tbe 1amlltoncounty, Ohio. Thecuresmadeby .

Take train to Daytona then 'Bus across the river to the hotels mutineers over to tbe other service. Blood Balm, spread so fast we were
Q tt
The prompt manner In which tbe mlll- ; unable to flit orders. It I. the same every
\ POST; GILL, Managers. tla banded<< the Interloper over to : where. A trial of UIoo l Balm Is our bestreference

- -- -- Washington bad much to do with the so don't hesitate to write fora
speedy compliance of congress with free sample.If .
COCOA. their just demands. It wee a happy you suffer from ulcers, eczema,scrofula =
blood poison, r eating sores,
turn In a most embarrassing affair. ,
THOMAS COTTAGE On New Year's day 1913, during tIM itching skin pimples bolls, bone pains,
COCOA FLORIDA. rfeumatlsm
swellings, catarrh, or any
second day of tbe battle below New blood or skin disease, we advise you to l.. FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Detcrlptlon.
Centrally. located. Large, airy rooms. Bath convenient. Orleans, the British made the most
take Botanic Blood Balm (B. D. It). Especially -
Dealers In Seine Twine Maitre Cord Etc.
Rates: $1.50 per day special term by week or month. determined of their three ....u.... and recommended for old, obstinate, Rope, ; .
lout tbe flower of their army. Fiona deep-seated ease of malignant blood or Originators/ of Wholesale Price direct to the Fishermen.
7981.81: E. Indiana '. Chicago III.
this day until tie;:. from some string skin disease, because l >tanlc Blood Balm ,
...Mention Tbe ADVOCATE In letter...
itOCKLEDGK.: your
freak or fate wblcb seems to bunch (B. U II) kills the Json ID the blood _
her Important event on certain days, cares where all else laU., heals every W* are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's;; ;; Associstion. C
makes the blood an few thing of note occurred. But In sore pur
HEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL ROCKLEDGE, FLA. 18C2. tbe second and most critical yearof elves the skin the rich glow of health. .
blood . -
II. B. B., the most perfect purifiermale. - '- " --'" - -
the civil war congress enacted something Thoroughly tested for SO years. E EO

OPENED ON DECEMBER 14. which will forever be memorableto Costs $1 per Urge bottle at drug stores. WHITE'S CREAM
many political economist*-tbe suspension To Introduce It sample of Blood Balm
Situated on the banks of the famous Indian River,In the heart of the orangeI of specie payment untIl further sent free by writing! mood Balm Co., Atlanta \tV RM S \ r.1! lFU9 'I
notice. Just bow such a huge machine Ga. Describe trouble Bud free medical Natty & .
district. Good boating unexcelled flshlojj; and a Bist-clas! orchestra. .
raising ; ad vice aUo given. $p-Tblelaan honest
exist until New Year's
managed to day
I1 1i I! Rooms en suite with bath. Steam beat. Livery, launches and boat 1979. when specie payment waa resumed offer-medicine sent at once, prepaid. For 20 Yearn Has Lad a U 9 WOfC3 HerJef.jiesloXttD r: '

will be matter of endies I, 'Rates $2.50; day and upwards. Special weekly rates nntll January 20th. a
per meat among tbe economist of tbf fu- -Pl!_ write n* whenever you fall to ....... by- n Jnl'y1Cr' B .1.LARO, St. Lou'

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't FLORIDA Visitors who O\Il'IIOt which were quite valuable After !be I Robbins & Graham Co. E. L. :se.: ...::C & ::eeO:

call at our stores'should write fora distribution of the presents on the tree, DEALERS' IN- -.,
I two largo boxes were brought into the

catalogue of Sunny South souvenirs room, containing the gifts from the absent (Incorporated) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD
members of the dll'clt5-tbe Chas. S. PRODUCTWe
M r d: i9' : Schuyler family, of Jensen, and the W. PAID UP CAPITAL 2500000.: handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are-agents for rAPE PKIlTir T7wt

( M. Woodward family, of DeLandboth h This company owns We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade ,If all Prmers.

y'. ; 112:. W. Forsjth :St.:: Jacksonville; also ut of which were found to contain remembrances Write us for prices on.Qraln and all Groceries, delivered at your station U

St. Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau, for all the party and were very :Hi *&. 3ST :ID S, E. L. BRADY h DUO. TITUSVILLE FLA.'
much appreciated. -
|ja the Indian RlverOo-atry; On tbe St. -----

i .,,THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,, Last BALL night AT the TaB Tltusvllle OPERA HOUSE.Cherokee Lucle River; at New River and ou Bay S. W. CARROLLDealer

Club gave an enjoyable dance In the Blscayn l Price. to suit tbo times. ,
If you bare ECZEMA, PIMPLES, CATARRH Opera house, which was largely attended In- -
I t ; Brewing Asso's DIPHTHERIA,,. Sore Throat by our townspeople and visitors. The Send for Land List.

: or any BLOOD or SKIN disease, HAN music was furnished by Prof. Koerger's Offices at Titusville''' and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLECrockery
and Bottled orchestra and the lovers of terp-
H4 Famous St. Louis Keg COCK'S many
guaranteed and Tinware. Your
Glass -
slchore tripped the "light! fantastic" un- Patronage Solicited.
cure. til the "wee sma' hours." TITUSVILLE!:, FLORIDA.
d Sold by Mesirs.F.A. Losley and For Sale by W.J. CRAYFORD. '' President. Actuary.Brevard =
1 Ii R. L. Motlow,TituvllIaFla. Abstract of Title Co -- -
I By Mr.R.L.Motlow\ ,Cocoa Fla ,
i p CHRISTMAS IN TITUSVILLE.What There will be a public Installation of WILL FUHNIatfAbstracts .

those who were recently elected to serveas TITUSYIIXE FLA.Is .
officers of Indian River Lodge No. 90, of Title
Our People Did an This :Tlmtlv F. & A. M., this (Friday) evening, at prepared to furnish Toe In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attend!

Sole Agent. Occasion. seven o'clock. The installation will -FOB LANDS IN paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.

take place at tbe Presbyterian church Brevard County. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.J. .
At the
early morn small boy-aye, and and Is Invited to be present. J
!1'J V i Sma , rt 610 to 620 West Bay Street, some of the big ones, too-commenced After everybody the Installation the members 0 t Office under Law Office of .. __

a JACKSONVILLE FLA. Christmas Day with a display of fireworks Indian River Lodge No. 00 will have a GEO. M. BOBBINS .R. W UCEU. C. II. SWAm
I ,, r rr and a continuous din was kept
tbe Indian River hotel Tltnsiillo .
banquet at TITC8TH.LB:, FLA. r
iI't r r up for some time. Cannon-cracker, to whlcIT/ they have Invited the
squibs, torpedoes guns, .'0., were In order Goods Shoes -
lady members of Chapter No. 11, Eastern Dry ,
"' HEAR & TAYLOR and "YouOR America" seemed to ,
1' Star. The Masons wives and daughters East Coast Meat Market
hare bad good time this
on occasion. are also expected to be present at "
4,1, WellCONTR9CTORS Tltusvllle's street. were fairly throngedall the banquet: and It Is probable that a Furniture
i' y Artesian day with, citizens and strangers' and couple of lady friends will be Invited to G. F. DUREN, Agent. ,

,, ; a great many took: advantage of the fine the banquet by those Masons who haveno -=

', weather to go hunting, fishing, sailing, wives or daughters. C> Notions and MillineryNew
I \J rowing and driving. pa I
Covers are to be laid for GO, and Managers "
I kf'ei:} : The usual Christmas service was )held But and Wlnans say they will give E;: g I
:w prices.
Callie Fla.
Eaa close
I at St. Gabriel's) Episcopal church in the the Mason and Eastern Stars a grand ca: '" Pt: Goods at -

morning] at 10:30 o'clock. Archdeacon B.F. spread. Rev. J. A. Hughes will\ deliver i Pa YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Brown, I
officiating. Tho attendancewas t=>
------ M. Robbins
---- the Masonic address. Mr. Geo. -
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fair. Major F. M. Taylor sang/ a has been appointed toastmaster on = .-=a. John R. Walker & Co-
oli", "The Heavenly Light !and the choir this occasion and the members of Indian I

tCitrus L Trees. composed of Mrs. O. F. Fischer, M.... River Lodge,No. 00, and Chapter No. 11, csg. TITUSVILLE, FLA.:' G w.e
E. B. Mlsa Emma es.f.3.
I Wager, Wright, Miss
Eastern Star, may look forward to spending _. .
Zandle Stewart, and Messrs. F.M.Taylor : a enjoyable evening. = .-
I F. V. i Smltb and Chan. II. Walton- very ::.. c:'

.. sang some appropriate rauslo. EASTERN STAR INSTALLATION. !5 11'2 a
The Christmas church festivities in The members of Chapter No. 11, Eastern TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

Tltusvllle commenced on Christmas Eve Star! will Install their recently-elect Whaler's Jewelry e Store.
o- ; 1,000 boxes of Citrus Fruits-34 varieties with a gaily-decorated and well-loaded ed officers at the Presbyterian caurcn ,

Ii' r -will be marketed from our orchards I tree, for old Bud young, at the Methodist; this((Fridayeveningabontseven) o'clock. I V .
I 1 1 I and nurseries tide season. An excellent church; And one at the Presbyterian They will then attend the Masonic. ban- r ti 1} 3f.
; church the ,same evening, for childrenof quest at the Indian River hotel.
: chance for prospective orange; grower.I the Sunday School only. On Christmas r Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc,

r to teat fruit and select varieties. evening there was another fine tree ZEALAND I

y All prominent sub-tropical) fruit trees. at the Baptist church which was loaded PRAISES NEW Watchesand
of Fine
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing ;
I with presents for the aged as well as the
Rose and ornamentals In .to k. \
juvenile; and on Thursday afternoon Henry D. Lloyd gave an Interesting Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months.y '.
of. Catalogue free. Mrs. Oeo. M. Robbins entertained the lecture recently In Cooper Union, New
Ladles Guild of St. Gabriel's Episcopal York on "Newest England." lie was !:3r&fall Orders will receive prompt and oar lulattentloD-

': Glen St Mary Nurseries church, at her residence and also had a enthusiastically received and told In detail
pretty and well-stocked Christmas tree the form of government which has TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA
A .
h for the children of the members of the made New Zealand, a British colony fa
G. L. Taber, Prop. Guild. mous.

GLEN ST. MARY FLA. Several of our residents entertained Mr. Lloyd spent the best part of a year
relatives and friends this week, and the In New Zealand studying the system of
.) ADVOCATE proprietor was by no means advanced labor laws 'which he says are Special Attention !

III' forgotten In the round of merry-making far ahead of those of any other country. ;
In Tltusvllle. In speaking of the scenery be said It wasa

Several of our resident. had Christmastrees synopsis of tbe scenery of the world. LIFE INSURANCE Rates are GIVEN: TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
Orange Lemon at their homes. "The keynote of New :Zealand's policy 'WAS NEVER: EASIER lower than
". ; The Indian River hotel was gaily decorated Is abolition of the millionaire and the Tinware Crockery Glassware
TO CARRY, for Hardware ,
and the guests were regaled with pauper" he said. "It leads the worldIn years, ,. ,
'( a fine dinner, to which all did ample the march of democracy." and are about 'as low as It Is possible to

justice. The Sembler cottage was also He said the people of New Zealand are get them. Harness and Stoves.
decorated, and the guests were bountifully of English blood mostly with a little Our booklets, sent on application will
I) Grapefruit regaled with all the good things ap Hootch blood mixed in, and just enoughof give much Information about '
O Our Stock Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly
1 pertaining to this festive season. Christ the Irish In them to make them per- L:1fc: : Xxa.srcurAxi.oo.Contains : I g : I
;i ;i' Kumquats.: mas evening Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Rollins fection. lie explained the cause of the

I entertained a few friends In the parlorsof revolution in 1800, saying that, although table of ages, rates, term., Jas. Pritcliard c& Son. .

,, I Fine, heavy, stock; one' and two-year the Sembler cottage, and all seemedto not a drop of blood wits, spilled, It was conditions, etc. ,
have enjoyed themselves Immensely. greater than the French Revolution. Tue companies represented are solvent,
a J. old buds and grafts;on sour orange, lemon The Indian River Band was on the "It was an uprising of the peopleagainst reliable and liberal. Postofllce Box 212, '

t And trlfollata stock. A full line ofdecidlous street 'In uniform Christ man morning the government's monopoly for O. S. '
: \ fruit tree., ornamentals, eto.t' and discoursed several fine selections o// monopolists," he said. "The revolution Soh'1.1y1.cr.. Titusville: Florida.:

'v .: Send for new catalogue and price lint, music much to the delight of our residents l. re-created the whole life of the people. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. l
I I and visitors. Their railroad system 1 111 run by the gov Correspondence.In vltod.
for varieties
.r giving full particulars selecting The weather was delightful, and about ernmeot now, and rates are determined JOHN. B. STETSON UNIVERSITY
tr and planting, cultivating, eta. mid-day the temperature wa about 73 by the people 1
degrees In the shade-a regular typical, Notice for Publication. I
: '
;t Ocklawaha Nurseries, I old-time Florida day. .. . DeLand, Florida . ,
O. W. COXNEH, Prop N CIRCUIT COT7RT IX AND FOR BRB- of best Institution. !
: THE CHRISTMAS TREES. I yard County KloildA Courses of Study are equivalent to those the American

I 'I l TANGERINE, FLOIRDA.. The programme for the Christmas ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., Dec 24,1001. Edward la Cbauoery. Building and equipment cost more than $250,000.: $05,000 will be added '(o tliii I II
-" .-- trees ac the Baptist, Presbyterian and y.> I) I plant during the coming ;year. The University Includes the following department: .
Kdilor East Count
I Methodist churches were as follows: : Wil11au. T. Arera.
Law Normal and Practice School Music Art Business.
It the Hill or exhibited College. Academy ,
r . appearing by Complaint
F-: BAPTIST CHURCH The time card now appearing In newspapers and ate In uld caiwe, and tile afttilavlt of Graduates of the Law Department are admitted to practice la the courts ol '
; 4% The Christmas tree at the Baptistchurch Is, to a large extent obttolute, the outnplalnant. that. the i there. having been several changes madeIn Avers I.a non..hI8n'or the State of Florida, Florida without examination.For I
i '' I'i was largely attended and several andreaid.tawib l l In Puranoiild, Arkan a .
t r f who Dame rather late, failed to get seats. tbe since same was issue. Now you,the Mud William T. Avers, be and calalugue address the president,
: The tree was fairly covered with presents For your information I will state that appear before the Judge of our Court: in Tltus- f J.. F. F'OR BES.
the trains shown as Nos. 11 and 12, between ville, Florida, upon the.
fur and old, and some of the little l
young New and Tltusvllle 8TH DAY or JANUARY A..D.1002
Smyrna have
folks left the church loaded with s
,r, pre been to answer said bill of complaint or a decree
'i discontinued. Trains $3 and 78 run
Eii sents. There were a few songs by the Into and Palm pro oonfosMo will be entered against J'ou. and SEJEDS.:
1 choir and congregation, and Mr John Rockledge Beach. complainant will.. be allowed to proceed ea.partewltb
R. Walker made a short but humorous If you will kindly make mAtion of. bin said. oaune.
these charges la your next: Issue It will\ It Is further ordered that this notice' t be pub
,, address. Rev. Mr. Black lad the prayers be lUhc-l In the EAST COADT ADVOCATE, a newspaper ONION--White and Red Bermuda.GENUINE
Ir and attended to other duties appertain. greatly appreciated. published In said county; onoe a week for .
it VrL ing to the church. Tours /ruly, louroonMontlTa weeks.Wltnees .
J. D. RAHNER: the Honorable Minor 8.Jones, judge
e METHODIST CHURCH. As.t.Oea. Pass. of said court,and the seal of said court at the '
ii Agt. Court House,In Titusville, this 18th day of November Imported Stock, Just Received. Finest Strains of Garden Seeds I
As tttnal there was a large attendanceat A,D. 1001.

a v the Methodist church ou Christmas CHURCH NOTICES.. (Seal.) Clerk of A.the A.Circuit STEWART Court Florida JSeed Rye and 00 Day Oats. Georgia. Rye. Texas Oats. Barley i iSySeod
1 f e / and seemed
i Eve, everyone to enjoy the .Stewart Deputy Clerk.
CHEER musical part of the programme as well F. J. WEBB,Solicitor for Complainant.! for Catalogue.
; t as the beautifully-decorated tree, which Services at tbe Methodist church, TI. .
? ; In the hearts of your guests. Regale several claimed 'Was the best In town tuavllle, next Sunday morning at 111; also JUT- As an advertising medium no 1::. CAMERON. The Seed Store
1 jour friends withWINES Rev A. M. Daiger and Mr. 8. G. Van. In the evening at 7 o'clock. paper on the East Coast can beat the '

AND LIQUORS landingham and.their corps of assistants Services in the Presbyterian Church ADVOCATE. Give us a trial adv., 125 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
had worked like Trojan. to make and be convinced of the
glad pink paper'sworth.
from our stock and they will have ample next Sunday: : Preaching as 7:13: p. .
the hearts of the little tots- and big .
reasons to pleasantly remember their 01.. Sunday school at 0:45: a.rn.; Christian
visit. Our ones, too-r-and: they succeeded. The Endeavor at :i:30: m. The Oldest Established Grain and Bee HOIIM In the State.
p. .
." programme at .this church was as follows TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. ,
HOLIDAY GOODS : Opening song, prayer by pastor, The pastor will, D. V., preach at the I e Yt1JJit1
t have been selected with the greatest song, recitation by Herbert Vanlandlng- Georgians M. E. church Sunday at 11 a. The following are tbe times of arrival.
i !, t and we have a superb line to seleat ham, Christmaeoarol, recitation by Mrs. m., and 0:30: p. m. This will be Brother .nd departure of passenger trains to and VJ'mw: A.w : oura: &.Co.

a care E. F.. Kolllus, and a song. After this !Slrdelleld's: last visit before going to from Tltusvllle:

Our prices cannot fall to please you. the presents were distributed; followed! conference. woresodxo.Leaves GRAIN HAY SEEDS
ii They make buylug easy. by the song "Good Night," which con TltnsTllle far Miami and .t 8:05: pan, AND GARDEN ,

Hampers packed for shipment to distant cluded the evening's amusement. C. W. Lynch, Winchester, Ind., writes: Intermediate points.
-i .
I frlond, PRESBYTERIAN: CHURCH. "I owe the life of my boy to Foley's Hon xoarusooso.f.mav.TitusvllteforJacksonville .t 1M: p.m Flour, Grits M1 al.ahd Fertilizers I IaT.
ROUT. I.. MOTLOW, ey and Tar. He had membranous croup and Intermediate points. .

1 TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLA. I Because at of this sickness!Sunday: there School.were no The exercises and the first dose gave him relief. We TttuiTtlle for (Sanford .. > It Tee: a.marrives LOOm. MOo 112 EastBay Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
( Titn viTh from "
continued its'use and It soon brought; him > Sanford I:so polO
The teachers provided a fine large tree, out of danger B. K. Wilson & Son. Agts.forPurina Feed Warehouses tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.

::E3:. .O. X AVEN': which was and loaded with The presents children for the .
pupils teachers.; assembled
,Death 01 a Former Re.ldan of Oomtnu. Florida ,
at 7 p. m., In the church and .
ArtesJan Well Contractor quite a large number of the parents and
The lad news was received last week
friends also The The Nation's i
were present. doxology of the death of Mrs. Eunice !&[. Johnson
..Deal In..
r and then tier. J. .
.' was snug; Hughes Magazine Mateo"nil
ofjjew Haven, Coon on NOT. 11 1001.ttro. ,
Aermotors.Tanks and Pumping offered prayer and few remarks [ Johnson was formerly a resident of
Machinery after which he called forward, six of the Best
Oceanus, and the news of her demise An .
to the to the child I
boys carry presents
DicLAND, FLORIDA. although received a' month late was a
ren. Mr. Oeo. W. Scoble took the presents great shock to her numerous friends In Illustrated .....
from the tree, and when all but one .
Oceanus vicinity. She was 73
.4. Tloric1z: Mca n. had been removed the tree fell. No one age and died of heart failure yearsof anddropsy. Monthly. .I
was. hurt, and no damage done. The ..., F'lor1t11L. 4
GREAT DISCOVERY. She: leaves a daughter, Mrs. A.
children were well pleased with the nloe Sherlock who deeply mourns her 10... ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Why buy Imported cigars made doctored with,
KiMbltad: la praMune of Ju Attorney tit the Criminal Court, of II ),. opium and other drugs, when.you can have the Florida leaf at a five-cent
val County. ..,and jMkwinTlll, Fla. teen .ANOTHER: CHRISTMAS TREK. S3f* Subscriber,your attention 1 I. drawn Send for Sample Copy. price? pure .
l.tMraorTtutlmnnlklaottli*Curm: of Cunuiinptioii. -
. Catarrh Aahms..re., fnun turns of the On Christmas. evening a party conslst- to the name-ana-date slip pasted upon FREE
) L mess|iromtn.mb ul l..a.tit the IJuihMl rUaie. log of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Scoble and your paper or wrapper. If you are IB Address r G. D. ACKERLY MAIL TO ANY Boxof 23.. ... . . . . . ... "1.00',

L I awl.Airmitit a w ,ait both onnt' *sexes. Address.wanted. SI paokag i trial, family' Rev. and M.... J. A. Hughes and arrears, please remit. Publisher\ Jacksonville, FlaDraying. /' ADDRESS...../ Boxed co.. ... ..... .. . . '_ .*UB
I Lla R. >YUCXO, J A'K$OYVILLE..LA"If family Mr. aud Mrs. A. K. Wilson, Mrs. .

y' _" R. C. Sorimgeour and Mr. Harry Wilson, Clothing! Cleaned Dyed s.'V.: :ROWZ E'S .V'
you want good results, yon will erected. most beautiful Christmas tree + ;

I .. find ADVOCATE an .excellent silver In the parlor of the home of Mr. and Pressed and Repaired. Ladies'dresses. .
_ SAN '
( Using medium. Mrs. Goo.V..Scobie. The tree was very a specialty Address, Dray Ing or hauling) of all!kinds prompt. :MATEO, FLA. .

prettily decorated, and was loaded with SoUl PERIU, ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove I
_ C3T Reading notice ads. :on this page more than. hundred present*-the giftsof Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, wood supplied. ,

t are live cents per line\ per week.".( the party to one another-many of P. O. Box 232. Sanford, Fla ALFREDHADLZT T"....."... The ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job .Printing..

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