Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: December 22, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00430
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
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OL 10. NO. 18. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. FIIIDAY, DEOHM11EH:: aa. 1OO5. PRICE. 5c.

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LOCAL NEWS Christmas Is COlli In:,:'. Overcoats Overcoat-! Special 1'rlees at lilln.,'", '1'ltu1oIlIlo Furniture Co. famous I try n Mawr hotel near Philadelphia

Is the assistant manager of the

nIl Topics", of General Interest.!! Have you thought of Christmas yet'.' We are showing this season, the laig- Youths'! and Cblhll.t>n'.. Suits at Hpuclal When you como to Tltiisvtllo, tho firm : Ilrunkers.

"'cllft U nearly here, but our line of prlcos. place you want to head for Is the Titus
est line of up-todote': Overcoat for floral Gianada, St. Augustine, under
Toys and Fancy Articles are hero find- Men's Overcoats at a great reduction vllle Furniture Co., tho only up-to,dote
W Bonding notice ads. are ten cents both Men and (toys that was over before the miinagonipnt of MOHTS. Fuller AMcCnvth
| this If you have not seen them, just call; we John It. Stetson Hats, the latest stylus Furniture store In the city
or line on page.: shown In Tltusvllle-the finest coats : Is situated opposite tho Hotel
can show you something that will please and colors, at a reduced price. Prlcvs right torirm osy; cll"h. or on
and Ponce de Loon and 1 is homelike
THE ADVOCATE, prettiest patterns you ever saw. : a cosy
you, your wife the childien or bust Men's Woolen Underwear at a reduced time.
your
$1.50( per annum In advance. Pilcos, $;;.()(Ito) 2000. IKHISO.>> It has been thoroughly! ; renovated

,7.\ six months girl.Our You should see those Cruvenetlex; pi lie. Baby carriages and Uo-CaiU a upcnlal- for the season, und U now ready to
countries. )prices are Just the thing, and so J tr 1,111" IV'I.INK ty from .tOo I .
$2.00 per an. to foreign up.II.
and receive will be by the ad.
they are winners at $13,01) HJO.OO.:! ) guests, as seen
are our go-vis. If don't believe It Tltusvlllu Kla.Mis. E OX\BH Tltusvllle.
the Anvo- you ,
j When you subscribe for Cull In and look through/ our linos.Wo on our -I th page./ Manager Fuller's wife

its by the year, It does not cost you just como and see. can please you. J. 'V, Merrill of Kansas U no stranger to the East Coast for she
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City
fhroe cents week postage included. Our line of varied and
per toys me among AMONG THE HOTELt;
them Mall orders a spucialy.See ( . Mo, is now at her beautiful winter home was foinieily very popular ait Miss Davis

-Tlie Seaboard Fish Company, will you can find something that will our largo display( ad. on 8th page at Tropic, on Indian River of Daytona where she owns a small or
be sure to please the little
|tart business in Tltusvllle on Jan. 1st. ones PENNEY: : it HIIANSIVO- The AnvocAi'K It on file at all II.e ango grove and cottage-on Uldgewood.
Dolls? Yes we have them, large and (] ET YOUR CHRISTMAS: TURKEY:

-Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Branning and small, and the kind that won't brake, The Up-to-date Clothleis from the 1<'. E. C. Grocery, best hotels In New York city Hotel Alcazar, Ht. Augustine\ U open\

Mrs. C. L. Wright left here, Sunday, for with the Industructuble head that looks Men's and Hoys' Furnishers, Where to stop along the Kust: Count. fur the winter, and the pionpocts for the

('aim Bench to spend the winter. like the most expentlvo bl 'Jue. Titusvllle, Fla. -Miss Annie Jones arrived here from Sec list of hotels and l boarding houses I' coin 1 n i; season me fully up to the standard -
StelHon Unlvemlty, 1>Iami, Monday, to I
Vasorted JAMS, Sunbeam CORN: ; one For the boys we have things too numerous spend the with her on 7th pages of former gums, and I the bookings
-Do f.,1to. \ .1 the ,,,I. of the holidays: puionts, at thl
grades the market to mention. Does ho want a not rea big mo unusually heavy even early
of the blghest on Judge and hire. M. I H.! Jonos. Northern lady would like a position In
at Wagoner A Co.'s, Titusvllle.Tltusville' wagon? Well we have them all sizes, all First National Bank, Miami on our 6th tho South, tor the winter neuron, AH date. The Alomar enjoys a popularity\

prices anti almost an Inexhaustible sup page A now shipment just recolveil liar' Pianist; oichostra or without. Address, with the elite of tho whiter visitors that
stores ate packed with lam's Imperial and Breakfast Bell Is peculiarly Its> own, and each find
ply. year
Lll of beautiful goods for Christ. -Dame Rumor SAYS there.\1\\ \ another Box 23; Rockledgo, Fla. ll-t()
kinds JOHN.. WALKER & CO, Coffees! Wagoner &}; C.o's. a greatly Incioasod demand l for accommodation -
within the
1I\S and Yew Year. Do not fall to see wedding In Tltusvllle Tho SVIi ito lloimo, managed by Mr. E, *) at this magnificent house. At
TILE: I.Altol" IIIltC'K KTOKK.Titusvllle :. !
next few days. -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown returned -
hem I,. Howard Is )). lltmah
1"lolI.la. to at \ytonl\ on present, there arc more brides and grooms
DR. F. II. 1IOUOHTON) Is still attend. Titusvllle Saturday night, Seabreeze and attention Is
[Drums) Trains, Tool chests, Magic lan- from a lengthened visit to New York uvimuo, your at the Alcazar' than at any other hotelIn
Guns Mr ing to business, at the Indian River called to the nit on our 7th pogo the South. Mr. JOH. P. Grooves
terns, Steam Engines Toy Ralph Lissliei" Mm ryoak, N. New Hartford and places In Ohio.

pistols, Roman Candles, sky-rockets, C., left for Palm Beach on Sunday, after Hotel wharf Tltusvllle. Hoe! him before The Pines, on Rldgowood, Daytona, Is again at the head of this palatial house,

Gardners. spending a few days In 'I'ltti vlll.>. ho leaves CALL AT ONCE: and see those Boys' a now house, managed by Mrs. J. 11.Hlnsky and ban. retained the efllolent corps of

-Mr*. J. D. Sams and Miss Catherine Overcoats at Penney .lirannlng's.\; ''. and U furnished with all modern assistants who worn" with him last winter.
-Mr. and Mrs John Price and son, Sectional Hook-canes, Cull u I'!' and Cult They winners.
of and Miss Jessie are Road Mr A. H. LnomlH, who has been Identl-!
'ho have iv beautiful summer homo In boxes, Toilet nets leather, Gaiclneis.MSH Sams, Courtenay; Improvements, the ad. on our
0. have Sanders, of ]Indianola were 10 town 011 -Mr. Jerome Twlchell of Kansas llh page. jllie suburbs of Columbus, rent-
-: | Kiankle Simvut, who In a Tuesday, and attended the Installation City, Mo., was among Wednesday's In the capacity of room clerk occupies
id a cottage for the winter, on Orange The Cedars: whone ad. U on our 4th
student of St. Joseph' Catholic Convent, of officers of Friendship: Chapter No. 11, southbound (punitongers, on route to his Ms old position this winter 1I.0dllIr. I*

vonuo, Daytona. at St. Augustine, Is exported, to arrive Older of EII..tel'nStar/ pineapple plantation near Hawaii's Point. page, 1lIlIltllI\tollllollr the Halifax River, M. Boomer has been Installed his position

flE SURE TO CALL at the Novelty today to spend the Christmas vacation ami Is a now house. Mrs Win. Jackson of bookkeeper. Mr. J, J.!Sweeney,
WE: HAVE JUST WHAT YOU AUK HOYS OVERCOATS, all sires and very lit the propilotross. Road the all,
Store, and seo the Christmas Goods, with her parents. the cashier, will bo fouud at the canto
looking for in the way of a pretty pro. latest styles, at Penney A\; IIrannluMr. /;'.. on our 4th page,
Books Pictures Games Dolls anil tills and W. It Shaw
Fresh, lots of Nichols CRUSHED: OATS post Reason, Mr. .
seut for Cliilstmas. Call and all
Toys of all kinds. 2t Just received at Wagoner & Co.'it. HOB and Mrs. T. N. Rollins and little Tho Cleveland, Daytona, U open for occupies the position of front clerk. Mr.J .

the lovely articles at the
I daughter, who have been visiting Dr. the season, and your attention Is drawnto Hodges Is night clerk ; Mr. J. O'Connor
-Mrs. Benoker and daughter; Maude -:Mr. II. Ti. Brown the talented editorof Red Cross Pharmacy' Tttusvtllu. .
and
Mrs E. E, Rollins for
nearly two the nit 7th S. B. Green
Jacksonville short visit last week on our page, steward; Mrs. E. A. Twombly,
paid a that afternoon the St.
newsy paper weeks, loft here yesterday, for Palm Is tho propiletor and ho will do all In \ Eugene Kiiel chef
Returning to Tttusvtlle, Friday night, Augustine Record, wan a passenger on -Among the lady callers at this ofllco ( housekeeper; ;jKrnost
Mrs. L. II. Brace Beach to spend the winter his power to please his guests Weber cook J, Dlnan In chargeof
{accompanied by Mrs. Dora Del oner, who yellter ay'a train, en route to West Palm on Tuesday, were of pastry ;

pias been visiting her daughter i in Jack- Iteach. Evanston, III. ; and !Mrs. W. II. McKard ONE OF THE BEST AND MOST The Lone Bay Inn, Daytona. Beach, cafe; T. Lynch, assistant In cafe; A.

onvllle for several months. l.\ of Peru Ind., both of whom arrived appreciated Christmas presents you Fla, Is managed by Mrs. I. Diiugharty, M. Thompson, head waiter; Arthur

HAVE YOU SEEN: THOSE: LOVELY Center tables Oak: and Reed reed Hookers in Titusvllle last Saturday night. can give a relative: or friend is a pflodI'botogrlph ; and If our renders will look at 7, they Hurd, storekeeper; Canall Smith storekeeper

Writing tables Sideboard, Pictures glad to be on Indian River of Mike ICoardon and Dan Rear-
Christmas presents at the Ked Cross) They are ..1'olll'8olf.'lee' H. Faust, will flud sonio particulars regarding this ;

Pharmacy, Tltusvllle ? You certainly Picture Frames. Garduers.We where,! they Hud the weather much the nrtlntlo. photographer, of Titus. oony house which Is now open for the don, porters. Mr. A.M. Taylor Is superintendent .'

warmer. vllle, as noon an poHxIule Do not wait of the Casino
should get one of them for your wifeor acknowledge receipt of pretty season. ,

best calendars from Col. J. Frank Budd of Cut-glass Rogers "1817" silver ware, until n few days before Christmas, but
girl. Tho Daytona house, Daytona, FIn, TO TOURISTS AND OTHERS.
Burlington N. J.; the Michigan Supply Sterling silver novelties, Gardners. go to till studio before the rush U on.
Mrs. 0. W. and Is now under the management of Mr. C.
Scoble daughter
; Co., Lansing, Mich.; !Swift A Co, Chicago Picture enlarging and framing a specialty .
little Mis Merle of Norfolk Va., exIpect ; .1 as. Pritchard & S..n. Titusville.and -:Miss Ethel Wilson, who entered the with the above photographer. A. Kenney, formerly of the Kennlco, The following hotels and boardinghouses .

;' to arrive In Tltusvllle about February Florida Female College at Tallahassee Daytona Iloiicli. ThU house Is pleasant' along the East Coast are now

1st, far( the winter. Mrs. t Hcoble's=! others. last September, has returned to her -Mrs. M. A. Sprague, writing/ the ly located', and will ho run In up-to-date open an will be snen by their nds. on our

many Tltusvtlle friends will be pleased IF YOU WANT ANY CLOTHING, home on account of an attack of nervousness ADVOCATE from New York, this week, stylo. head the ml. on 7th page, I til and 7th pages:

Ito welcome her to her old home after a Kline undoubtedly carries the best caused from over study. Miss I said : "TliH next best thing to being in The Florida house Ht. Augustine Isa Jacksonville-
,
I In Norfolk. and largest stock In town. Ethel Is ono of our brightest young ladles, dear old Florida U reading the KAMT Hotel Windsor.
year spent
located
homo-like hotel
centrally The Westmoreland
easy,
and her many Tltusvllle friends trust she COAST l'VClCATIC every Monday and I ,
(CHRISTMAS PRESENTS in the way AN ATTRACTIVE\ l CALENDAR and well managed by Miss Hayden. It New Traveler,
will soon be well and able to resume her cannot do without It. I read In )'OllfpRp..r
Beautiful Neckties, or Silk Suspenders, to any address Post Paid.Vrlte us. the / hUll all modern improvements, and the St. Augustine
school work. announcement of the coming
fixed up In pretty boxes one Tie or The First National Dank, Miami Fla. cuisine l III quite( up to the standard of The Alcazar:
marriage; of Miss Paddlson, whom I met Hotel St.
George.
one pair Suspenders to the box, from Capital tr: 0HN,( >. Surplus, ..12.00.Your ; WE HAVE HOME BEAUTIFUL PKK at Ormond with her slater, Mrs Oeo. M. good hotels. Rend tho ad. on -ltd page. Florida House.Granada .

:.oCt8. to $2.50: each, at per cent paid on !Savings; 2m sents for Christmas. Call and ice Hotel.
Robbins, and Mr. Kobblnn. I liked As will bet men by the ad. on our 7th

Penney A Brannlng's/'lltusville. =Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins ex- them at the Ked Cross Pharmacy Tltusvillo. 'them all very much, and I hope Miss page, Hotel Colonnades, Seabreeze, un Daytona-
House
-That bright and newsy evening pect to leave here tomorrow to spend Pnddison will have a happy and pronperouit der the management; of Mr. (leo. H. Bon- The Daytona Cleveland.

[paper, the St. Augustine\ Record in Its Christmas with Capt. and Mrs. R.I'. Commodore E. M! Goodall, owner married life. I extend host wishes nett, Ix open for the season. ThU hotel Seabi'ue70- _

[i issue of Monday, says: "Mr. Charles II. Paddlson, and to attend the wedding of of tbe fine auxiliary launch :Xeino, arrived to lier." U under new management, and has undergone The Colonades.Daytona .

(Walton editor and proprietor of the Miss Annie Paddlson which takes placeat In Tltunvllle, Wednesday after ADDITIONAL LOCALS will be found a. thorough ovei'hauling from Roach

J EAST COAST ADVOCATE, of Tltusvllle, Caswell Presbyterian chinch, Point getting his launch ready, started, yesterday on our Nth, page. roof to basement. The cuisine Is excellent SoUHldo Inn.

I in In the city today a guest of the Hotel Caswell, :N. C.; Wednesday next, Dec. afternoon, for Daytona Beach, whore - ----- - ____u and those win once stay at the Lone Bay Inn.

[ Alcazar. Mr. Walton has recently reI : In Ills parents own a line winter residence. 'VCNt Tltuivillo Property, Flu.I Colonnades, will sure to pay It another White house

turned from quite an extensive trip VCCATE. Commodore Ooodall Is accompanied by For Sale. visit. Tltusvllle-Sombler Peacock Cottage.House.

I through the North which he turned to son, of Eau Gullie. will also join the his friend Mr. C. E. Spinney, of Sanford, Mr..1. G. HojfgM. ono of the managersof
Fine residence Merrltt-
[good account in behalf of the East Coast patty at Point Caswell. Me.; and Capt. Geo Jones, of Daytona. I and tract of land, con.
I the Avon Inn Avon J. and
N. a River
___ taming 21 ef View Hotel
which Is FloeORANGE
acres part a
jof Florid, and aa a result of Ills good Com Goodall Is one of the owners of former of Hotel Indian River
manager Melbourne Hotel arleton.
: : OHOVE. -
Tho
1 words about the Mate many people will\ Orange niiil Grapefruit Wrap the largest plush factories In the United In new and In perfect condition RESIDENCE I' Rockledge, huts' Just taken unto himself Hotel Ilellavlew.Furiilalicd .
through
I
spend the winter here. Mr. States.
coming We have a large stock of orange and n_ __ _____ ___ out. Residence. contains eleven rooms, a wife In New York. The bride and
j Walton never loses an opportunity to say i (louses For
will arrive at Hotel Kent.
I a good word for Florida In the ADVOCATE grapefruit wraps, extra floe quality. Thing! You Need. exclusive of Bath r.om:>> and Pantry and groom soon Magnolia
The grapefruit wraps are extra heavy. i China Closet. Hot and cold water In Ht. Augustine, where the many
and the 'pink paper' has, therefore Two Furnished Homos for Rent to
I It pays to buy good wrapping paper. We always carry a Full Line of the bath room, kitchen and pantry. Bathroom friends of Mr. Hogg; can tender congratulation
become well known In all of the winter tenants These houses have respectively
I EAST COAST LCMBEB .& SITI-LY Co. celebrated Keen Kntter Tools. has sanitary closet; Laundry has *. The )bride was formerly known
resorts both North and South. John Lucas Paints all shades tints sanitary closet and water facllitlex.. "an Miss Elliott. Mr. I.. McDowell was seven rooms and four rooms.

Sailboat Wanted. For I'ulntlri, l"atcrhanglng.Kal..omlnlng and colors. Water good and plentiful.Barn best man at the wedding./ For particulars:), address
J. WALKKII..
Oil Heater The only perfect 011 2-ift.x.lort.: : new and todlteIn Hotel St.
and General Repair Work ur>- Georgn. St. Augustine Is
Wanted to purchase cheap, for cash, at reasonable prices write Heater made is the Perfection; It will all Its) arrangements). Carriage house again open for the season with Mr. II. Tltusvllle Fla.
,
a good Cruising. Sailboat, well found and not smoke or rnell. When you get tills adjoining barn. In .
H. W. M., Box :215, Water barn. B. Heii tl* holding hU former position FiimlNlied, Cottage"' For Kent.
In good condition ; about 2.;;ft. to 30ft. TUnsvllle '1"Ia Heater you will not have the trouble Large Chicken House, cement .Door, as manager Mix. M. X, Montgomery,

over all. To be delivered about January you have been jised' to. Price $4 :() also supplied with ..,
--------- --- water. the o n,,r, (poiic couHldentbltf money In Highland] Park Cottages at Eau Galller"a.

10th Fort at any point between Tltusville and Victor Talking Machine. each. JAB. PiurciiARDifc SOol.TI'unlll Grounds, surrounding lions' under Improvements to the Ht. Gringo the past ., overlooking Indian River, good

Tierce.; Address naming/ lowest Fla. good cultivation. Shrubbery, etc. summer, no tint It U now H thorouglyllr fishing boating and hunting short distance .
! cash price and giving full particulars, Before buying talking machine see To be to be ..
a seen appreciated t-cla hotel. BviildrH the attractive to Ocean Beach all new anti nicely

"Cash" P. O. box, aj(), New York. tbe Victor Talking Machine; prices from Fruit mid Vegetable A very decided bargain for somebody.) hotel the /gnxiuds of the /Mr. Georgeare furnished 4 5 and 7 rooms each. Photos)

22.00 to 1100.00. Record, 3': cts, ROcts ( JlA'I. T. McCoy beautifully laid out. Ho far, the and full particulars on application

Heady Kor Christum and ".no, each. The Red Cross Pharmacy Shipped to Marx Brothers corner of Iw Tltunyllle, .'Ia.'urnl"bed house count Ht I Ibis b"tellll"wR1) ahead WM. R. Roiscjr.Otf : .

When making -selection of :XM Tltusvllle. I* agent for thin, Bay and Julia streets! Jacksonville, -.-- - of what It was thin Lime last season. . Eau' Gallic, Fla.

your tbe boat talking machine on the market. Fla., always bring/ good results. Their Cottage/ 'or Kent.A -----
presents do not forget those useful facilities for handling Pineapples Grape The Breaker at Palm Bench is one of

articles that not only make the recipient fruit. Orange and Early Vegetables; cannot A l&- .e>-Furnished Cottage, on the palatial hotel of the Florida East Winter Home For Hale.
Grove For Hale.
happy npoa receiving but happy a. well Orange be urpawted. This b I one of the river (front, for rent. Coast Hotel HyHtem. ThU management For sale, a beautiful winter home, situated

all through the year, or years to come. At Gomez Fla. twenty-fire Apply to Ujx 7D, and popular house will the session
containing/ oldest and most reliable houses) In this 17-3 begin at Merrlltu; Island Fla.; 22: acres,
Kockiedz Fla.
We have the prettiest lot of Toilet acres with about ten acres in fruit tree, state. Try them.Orange In time to serve Christmas dinner being broom house, good dock and break-

Sets the latest, China and Glassware Including principally grapefruit and tangerines; Furnlulled Itooin To ICeiit. scheduled open im Saturday:: December water; orange, grapefruit, tangerine,

and prettiest China and Glass Just commencing/ bear. Frost proof. Tree for Hale 2:.Id. It I I. to close on Saturday, king and kumquattreesIn bearing./ One

Articles, Ornaments, Fancy Dishes etc., Ha this jear BOO to 700 boxes of frolt. Large Furnished Bed-ruorns for Kent April 7th. The Breakers will again be of the bunt locations OD the Indian River.

which will make very useful, ornamentaland Very rich and fine garden soil. For particulars Choice varieties of orange and kum. on the Win. M. MerwIn place at Rock I under the management of Mr, Fred 700ft. of river front on both Indian and

acceptable Spas presents. address, quat trees. Address, F. O. CociruAXK, ledge; opposite New Rockledge hotel. I Sterry, which Is a guarantee that the Uaaana river

WALKER HABDWAII Co.TlCunm. T. A. SSIDEK, Reference: Welaka Fla. Apply to Box i.", success of former years will be duplicated. Address, Box F.

Fla. Hobo Sound, Fla. Almost any business) man on East Coast 17 3 Rockledge, Fla. Mr. Leland Sterry, manager of the Cocoa, Fla.i .






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Ili "l Y'', i 1 11' Free and of Boston) who come south to hunt every Monday/ In January' 1f)1)1I.)( at 2:30:: () p.) m. I New. Torpedo it Wonder I Electric i

winter. IN''. K. WAI'KKU The torpedo ]ward of officers nt New Standard Company

4 Accepted- : \' Masons The cool, refreshing, health-giving: :Secretary port have pusHed( favorably upon thirtyof ,
* ", .i\\liJ.\ : ozone-laden breezes, wafted across from the new! Bliss-Lcavltt. turbine tor-

: J19i '--..",,-,,- "" the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay, JOB PU1NT1XO: all kinds douo at ppcloe for the new battleships, any a t Jacksonville Florida.
bl ':"'Wi :- I. to the Boston) ,
; II. tllnputeh
/ Newport ( )
I
; Indian ..;;; No. 90 are one of the most enjoyable featuresof this ofllce ulf reiiMouable, rates Ulve the .
which
Globe. This torpedo, for -
w I I ;'h 'vN l TltusvllleFlorida. this pbeDomenallooallon, us a share of your work. United States navy has the exclusiveuse I -.t!?

River"t'!' '1 There Is largo area of primeval forest developed n speed[ of thirty-five ' FRED E.: IIJUEnTI
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Lodge.l 'f'' ... and prairie land beyond the northern WEATHER REPORT. knots-uu hour at a range of 1,200 yards I _

Holds Its nin..t.inuUhiiiw v ul+ of each niontlii a* their mom In UK, awaiting the advent of the By Rev Jan. II. White, observer for twenty-five knots au hour at 1,000 ;;z.. -.E9.utomo'bil: ; :: os_
Court 11011... Titus -tile, at 7i80 o'clock p. ui.M Weather Bureau, U. S. Government.
/ ,. settler to till the fertile soil, yards It Is ilcRorlbed by the officers at;I "' ,.: I" --- -
thrifty !
3 It ,4;, H.Hum, Wonhllr"l1""to: SUMMARY FUJI :NOV.- UXI")( ; 1i' .
F.A. Morgan lion I"r warilan.K. which now abounds In game: Here can the torpedo station na a wonder and Stftto Agent lor,
'V"r..II.I . Highest 7- 82.0:!
r A. Limluy.liinlor' tempouitiiio on days most destructive ns well as accurate In
,
l; D; V I J. M. Iixon'rreaNllrer. be found quail, turkey and leer hunting Lowest' ., 17 . (,00 I I OLDS, AUTOCAKS and Kl'' KL1\,
firing.I'ONtnl ,
I' I w J..I.K..(Walker'lIr'lIthor., Hmilur. Htirretary.J. Iftwrnn.M. to suit the most ardent huntsman. Mean for the month . . . . . 0.8 range/ HoTlS
h 11 ,' pi N.kntrllxhJnmrrlo4mon.' ) Tltusvillo has shelled streets electric Average mean (lor :il! years , . . ()11)) -MOTOR ANI STATIONARY EXGINKskeep : -_
4, 1 + C. H. Walton. Btmlnr Steward ; Highest 2J 4 \11 188.\ ? 7:1: 4 !Money Orders In Tibet. "I the largest Brock in the :South: . .
A. A. HMwiire junior. Hrnwarcl. lights, a reliable bank, several fine brick( Lo"eat"" ill "In 11'1111. . oa:! 7 Tbo small force of fifty Otirkhns left I j
IIornH. ,
I r i hI A. li. IVrmiiv ('hlll'lnlll.|' Biitteiiex, Colin; IJ.\\ nil 11111", Lamps, Wiiloi, or rill i I",
lilt r,4 I' M. A. Ktewnrt, Tvl.. r. stores, a Board of Trade, five white Rainfall In Incho,, . . . . . 1M boll In(lllt G.vniiKtPO/ in Tibet with Mr. PIICM. Mull orders receive prompt attention ;

1'' ti .f. 1) Etui ArtlneTvler.. churches, large fisheries/ a tannin; extract Average for 28 yeniH. . . . . . 54 :2M.! O'Conor when Sir Francis VoniiKhus-!
j s 1Vn1.U.MeFurlnodMaralrrl.s and palmotto fIbre factory, au Ice Greatest 2S' In 18110 . 0 (IIn l! \baud marched, out of Tibet hay! put 37-41 W 8t Foisyth Stiecf, JACKS( >\1 III I., I'I.A, I
. .
4 Leant ://8" In liuil' . I U) 8-J:
down and 4tnbllsbcil such
h t ({ I )ER or EASTERN STAR.FrlumjHhlii factory law and real estate offices, an Prevailing rilructio of wind./ , .NK: lawlessness) '
nmfcnblo with the 1'lbf.'tansthut
i No. It, hold It* mrotlniiHIn opera house, a ll-organi/ed/ band, an Number of clear' r1i vs. . . . . 2rt relations THE VEHICLE & HARNESS
) rimprar.' of India Is able to CO.
Iii / the
p tho MiiHniiin: I ; l.mlirfl!: room, Tituavllla, on tlm. armory, shooting) club, a large and com- " fair . . . a porttoillco
i' are and third. TiiflNiliiyii. In each month at 7'tO:: fortablo hotel overlooking bay, bo-i " cloudy . . . . . 4 send regular dispatches! backward and Corner Foigyth and Cedar bta.
( |>. ui. 'rho following aro the ollluers of the i days with rain . :.t I III forward says the London 11011.Joney:
rmtl d < JACKSONVILLE Kloillln! )):
ChniitortMUM : houses la )>
t *F q. sides number of boarding
,
orders alike In
Rote Stewart W. M. days with thunder 0 are now payable Gyangtso -
i 4, l F. A. Morgan, W. F. various parts of the town. Island Home, Mel tilt Island, Fla. Cbuulblandl'hllrllon\\:.
.
t Sire JI'. A.MnritiviiM' onlat M.Mrt of . .
stock
h I 4 !j 4 r ] H, It. WIlHon.) gnrratary The facts as. presented' should have a Our
III,... 1. Kllnn,TciniBiirnr.Mm. direct the attention of 'cARRIAOKH.SUKKEVS
1 .J M. Jlxnn, CdiicliiotrpMi.Mlm ,, tendency to many a r' 4: I I WAGONS, BUGGIES, .
,11 ratlmrliio. + Mama, Amioclate Con.MlimJ" prospective visitors to our cosy town, In IKAl'S ROAD CARTS
( ,I .Hl Sanders, Ruth. I I : ,
making their plans for the winter.
+ W. HroMa,Ada
4, 1I1ro.llo. ; : ETC. ETC
IIARNEI.JSADDLEI :
:: ETI.(
(
i Mm. ,1.1 Cnrrnthcri, Mnrtha.MrH.
We have a line Masonic Hall in Titus- I
t ,ale W ] .. M Hrrltriirantir' KHther.Mm. '
j , Onn M. KohMnn. Elocta. ville, where Indian River Lodge No. 00, R'' I -IS NOW COMPLETEon -
1 Iti WardurT.
) H. Waltun.
(1.
T t ttl" 'I ,T.T1iMxnn.Srntlnxl. F. & A. M., Indian River Chapter Royal I
Paints
,, 1 !g'' .T,,11. Walker, Marshal. Arch Mason, )Friendship (Chapter. No Lucas on us and you will Had our prices will please you.
t I J. L.Carriitlierti "Ijiiplain.. K
r + 11 Order of Eastern Star Titusvllle I .
+ ; Tinted Gloss) CHi -- --- - -- --- -

Camp No. Ill, Woodmen of the World,
l1 TLTVSVILLEC1LPrO.141, N ilyandmts1. aa: '--
11 meet regularly. 'ac They spread so rea I 1

The EAST COAST ADVOCATE IH pub- Shat well that take
cover so they :W
I SEEDS: a'03 PLa.1NTING.: :: : 1
lisped. every Friday morning and by a much of the labor out of paint-

glance Through: Its advertising oolumns ing. It's a real pleasure to use I [ l lI
easily see who are the prominent I
yod can Lucas Pa zls. II Turnips-and Hut Bngaa.it .

merchants of our town-men who I I it I Onion Sets-Ueimuda anil I'enil.) .I
Ask dealer.
aio up-to-date citizens, and who are asking your i J Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Beans.f .

!y Iy,1 0vti for your patronage./ Head the ads on John Lucas & Co Philadelphia : f rl Seed Potatoes-for fall, Xo. 4 HOMe and Triumph '

'I F f p MflnUovcrv.. first nod\ third Mnndav 'In each every page very carefully, l Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods !E': (
r t month at 7'IO:' p. in., "to..rl"; at tho AlaaouluTomple. .. Sample copies of tho AM.VOCATK will I :
i Sold l>y .la< I'rltclmril .v SUit. 'J"U."vlllt'l1.'la.. J

1 t t (;", ..Coiiunandnr' ", . .. ...D.Pnnnny! be sent, flee, to any part of Canada and -- . . .. ( I,. C7lAIVY::EEt..C:: >JSI"'. Soodsn3.nn.:: : I
t I Advlmir Lloiitunant .. ... . .1 Wniker. he United States upon application. I
4'p l1, Bunker ... . .'V.It Walkor 1 114 t East Bay St.. Jacksonville Fla.
I Iirg 9 ly Knonrt... ... . ". .... O fj.Manrlavllle' :TITDSVILLE\ ;
; ('lnrk ..... . .. . ... J L ('iirrntlier COUNTY SCHOOL
+ BREVARD
I t 7 1 I 'Watchman' ,.. .. .. .... .f.Js'.WallurHontry :i.i :_3. :a--aa_ a-! -=------r-:: .
Lj .. .. ... .... .. .. .. .. ,f.l U.Knnln BOARDThe
1''l ,L 1 iIJ } '1 Dlreuton' .... .. ." .. ..7.I' wllituiiR - - -----
,R I'yleR an41 H .T Norton
1'', I, i t Camprhy.lclall... .. ..... .. ., Jo..Klt..lllna: Board met at 2:110:: p. in., Deo. 4th, : T': 3VRS17AY:: :: ., DE 0_ 3ari-i: : Con.s-u.rrs.ers !
t All visiting< ) are cordially Invited to
n at to ml the inoctlnn 100.1. Present: K. E. Mime, chairman;

_Jr._.. _It._. Arnold.. _A._ J. Carter and J. R. I I
y I ; HU. Your: Atttor: tiOrl.: : Pleaoo :
Walker, secretary

r The minutes. of the last reuular+ meetIng Sun BroLhers'World's We sell you Groceries at WHOLESALE

JC I were read and adopted.The .

Treasurer's report for the monthof Prices, Write for our Price List, Great

'a, k IN nit IICCESSfdI Nov. was proscnTod, read and found
i 1 Progressive
? I ly ., DY (AT correct and the redeemed warrants cancelled money saver.

BUSIN S Siw and'fnaiiclHl flied.< Statement.To MUSEUM, JiA3D r.1fij1'! '" soQ\! TRAINED


Hon A. A. Stewart,Clerk of Circuit Courtl MENAGERIE B' ..r' .. M I r!.; EXPOSITION ANIMAL The Enterprise Grocery Co.
Hlr-In compliance with Section 3, Chapter
I 4.1U; Lawn "if Florida. wo Imreliv the with you ,
I I Itemtxml otatunmnt of all IIIOIICMIrBUHlvoil. ,
t'i II toe rollowliin. approprlHtliiiiH" inuilo and warrants. Enlarjirod enl K v.>on-1 Newest., :Richest andIItI'uct.l I 17 Bridge St.
IHHIIUCI fur the month utullni Nov. II, I DUO. tor rue }t 14th Annual Tour {{ neat Snow on
:iUMoi'icln.
present beunon. 1 J ;Earth. Tnc1i"ouyjlle: -
warrants niitHtandliiir at Hint' rnnortOiillllty -
,
,, school' I II nil. $3U'23 8.1ApePUl :
No. I, 71 (MlJ.
r ) tux' school Dist
i y .. .. <> 0 UI 00 J5,78S 33 ; I ( ,
y I, I I r Warrant IHSIIBI.! at this meeting I' : eg O'Hlara

VOllnty.oho..lruocl...,...,.. b I.OWW UUUM j I f / Hodges ,

Total '.,4ITB8/ ..Manufacturers: and Dealers..
Warrant paid 'In Nov.HMO-
('ounly5ahuolfu0d.' ... .... ..$ 8+l't2nSpontal
1 II r'' .. tax MilliH) UlHt No.- I. liT tin Koujih CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.Orange
I' 1 .. .. >. ii. 2, Wl ) 03 and .
sosau
/ 'g TITUSYILLE FLORIDA 61 XlO88td
4 hi Cox Heads, Fruit and Vegetable/ : Crates. JIouldlnRS/ Shingles/ i'to.
Total now outstanding as follow.- Mill.and olllce located at llulTalo Bluff Fla. U'rlteus for prices deliveredto
r Countv 8"h..ol, fund .. .. ......$7C4I78:' -rllt any part of the :.State. Address: llodgca; & O'Hara Buffalo Bluff Fla.
; y I 1 1M Bpeclal', tax, seluiol )10" No 1, J M '),04T 61
} r' ,i A Favorite Spot In a Favored Total cash on hand.- H8 IHI

h Deficit In funds ...... . .... i il.atu M 4, IF YOU WANT A.
I j Sector)-The Famous East =- = r ..
Cash Kulnnves. 4q _
-
t44 'S'' Coast of Florida. _
County school f unil-
( -- lial cash on hand at last Ill IIIIwo' -- "
1I Coiapt. tax 1MU( rOl1Orl'\ M lai a I Ji
.. .. i mill tax luua. 4H.I: 'm Lot.
l' ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER E \VHallpolisltN)5\ . .... 2 no .Building
.. .. II IOOl, IM (HI ..

f ry i Total ...... ...... iid7It''
( Less warrant. paid In Nov. 1905 till211 $ 211 (04
htl'
Just the Place to Fit-out for a Cruise -
; Special, tax" si-lioi l Dint. No. 1- or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
; ll'r ? Down thle Far-famed River. Cash on (hand at last report ...' 71 34 .
I 1 n a Fine Fishing and Hunting Keo'd W Wllall tux 1H),& .. . 0)-HI j/f 44 (.... i LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,
P4 Total "TT ((10 I I LLL'li PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK <(AKI>E3,
I b The town of Tltiisvllle U situated on Loss warrants. paid In Nor. lunft -tiT 69 7 8EI..ool..1 e>

,, h tho Florida; Kiuit+ Count Railway, 154 tax school DIKt)/ No. :t- We probably have for Hale just what you are seeking.
'
Cash on hanilnt, last report....? 121 77 .
( + miles south of Jacksonville, 1(5(; miles Heu'd Conipt tax .( 1 r 40Tot.I. Settlers are flocking In but still there f is room. It \> > sll>

t north of 1'alm 1 eachmnl212 miles north Hllf
LOBS warrants. paid'' In Nov I'Htfl. IHJ (K) J Bl 17 li looking this way, drop a line to
I of Miami. The TItunvlllu branch of tho - .

Y 1 1 defunct Jacksonville\ Tiunp.i & Key Total oanli on linnd....... ,8 _KO- 08Itemisuil JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd VicePresidrtttFLORIDA

West Railroad, now controlled by the Reculpts. EAST COAST R'Y,
f County icliiM.1 I fund SOM.'i OF THE GREAT FEATURES TO BE SEEN WITH SUN BROTHERS
(
.
r t Florida Rant; CoiiHt: Uttllway Co., aluo hand .. tl AUGUSTINE. FL.A.EWiffij4i
i Cash on at Lame ort. $ 01 PROGRESSIVE SHOWS: ST.
I
i runs into the town-this being the terminal KooM.. <.:lIIIUIt tat,. IM''.""M"n. .... /rw HII -
> mill tux I'Mift..,.. 4.1.1 (XIKeoM
( point of that branch There me E W Hull, palls IIHIS ..... a (nnix <
several trains arriving dally from Jixck- ..' .. I'HH. ... .BIIKJ3''I 087 3JHpeclnl The Famous Chapin and Hardell TrioTriple 'ltiff; " "..::r' -, '.'V'd'\.. L ,
tax sellout Pint No. ICANh
donvillo and :Sanford during. the season on hand ftt Last report .-. $ 7H4 Horizontal Bar Experts introducing\ Difficult Double Somersaults

I I M As tho county seat of Ilrevard county, KuoM, !: W Hall tux. 1W6/ .. .. 11lo$ 778puclnl /(\ ant Fly Overs.l1ADAM .

} 4t it has a court-hoiiHo\ and a modern JIll tax Hcliool Hint.' Ni. :2/. -- A Painless Cure of Curable Pain
('HHh on IIIIIK .nt limt report .9 1'J'l: T7 :
k1 lt building, with rarely over two or throe Rno'il Cutup, tax IMU.. ..... 1740* 176 611'" NITA LE GARDE

f + ; Inmates. The population it over 1,0H( ) Tot4l1... ... ...I.......... -_f-9451151-) Never- \VOl11t'r'S
f t I J I 11111I.181'1111110' rare, that one doctor In town : 0_.- And her beautiful High School Horse Vlrginhn: resign yourself to suffer pain.

i'', I I! ( dads ample time to act Justice of the .School It.t FundTeaohHni I:1"I'8nolllnr. pains are curable. They are the sign of dmg.Us: f )
t p County -
t '+ I t + Peace and Notary Public, besidesattend-. ...h..I"PuplU".I.. .. ... .... 1310 114' RO OilTraiiHportlnn Wonderful Hill Family Society AcrobatsSix conditions of the female organs, which should he i'

ing to hU medical, practice, while the : ;i.ti ,: ; : fl tllt.w.WineiQrdll!! .
.1 It Walkttr milary Anir 9 75 utl) promptly attended to or dangerous results will < '
all latest Sensational Tricks.
other finds time to hunting It, K Mliim, I.r diem, ,,nlll'II"I. on In number, Introducing tht daring
go .' '
Yi A ,1 ('rtr B mi)
i I I Here Is virtually the head of the t:. II. "rn..I.I". "' i> :ail
., ,1 It Wlllko.fl t""I'. poBfaae.rto.: Ill :UO Commodore The Most Wonderful Mule in the World
I' a Indian River and tho favorite point for inln\
+ John I llnnrv typo' > tor pllli. V oo .
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I fitting out and H tin'tiny; of numerous I CAS It State'r iiiAsr Hank.Ai(>vni'ArnpiiliIUhinir Interuot "- 18 liT Performing the remarkable feat of walking a tight rope in mid-air.

i4 4 cruising; ponies during our balmy niianulitl .Ijiloniunt" ... :2 (OnAIII"e $Iooo for his equal. ;
i l <>lll>orc,janitor No Hi... ft noK (
mouths; as everything necessary to comfortably U Huron, .. No. 1
: equip a plensureyncht, can here ( M it I NV I* HIiHi, repairs.|. tu .Ni">. :t I MrS ,
I bo obtained at the moot reasonable prices. A 00"""' ID .. V (Kl
tl lloilirnoii Hnin., supplies No n. to n.1 Jockeys and Two Horse Equestriennes.
: f;, i This Is evidenced by the fact that .1 rrttohitrd: H,,n, " 2a 1 3s H>
h I r tile parties have been coming here I H joiu'a, ..> to! a 1.It M IT COMES TO RELIEF
samo WOMAN'S
K livls., > ><>. 1N, '
, a annually for ninny winters for that purpose 1.: Kl, a anil H .. 13 7Oeiloiin WALTER ASHBURN'S TROUPE OF PERFORMING ELEPHANTS
I 1 A "'Hk Co, free bsik5.. J-l:: Tit whenever she suffers from any of woman's biting and weakening pal9-'
I In preference to any other point W. II brew ..
do l-n. mii<|illis. 7 MOlnn cW
f y along the East Coast .f Co, high; Hchoolliooks;: : .. 2, l(4: HERR l 'T f\T"7 'In his den of Performing Ferocious Liens and It not only compels the pains to stop, but It follows up and drives!
+ ,Lf LA Colenmn: "'I'ftlreo.o) : 1 . . 0 HO $tlJ 22 . \ Z., Wild Animal the cause of the pains, which prevents them from coming back
4 it To the south eaacot' TIlusvlllo is the Attest: R. E. MlM! .

a(' tk, wide sweep of ..tit watur bay (about fix J. B. W AI.K1r.lt, Cbairman.eoretllry. ; It makes you well. Try It.
I HOST OF HAPPY SluIH-PROVOKlM JESTER( ( PAHTOAI1ISTS. UD KNOCK-AB001 ClOTOAnd
4 I miles In width)), formed by the waters of Sold everywhere In $1.00 bottles. _

the famous Indian Kiver. Here lUhlng, The Hoard adjourned to meet Tuesday other acts ant novelties too numerous to mention.

fi t ':, wild duck shooting, Hulling; and rowing morning, Doc 5th, at S::>0 o'clock. The This Is surely the best,greatest and .rTndest all featureshow that will visit WRITE US A LETTER "wrI1IOUT A PAIN,"

t'' ' t l 1' can be indulged In to the heart's content Board met pursuant to adjournment yourcitythlsse.lSon.: Sl'N BROTHER'S BIG SHOW OP THE WORLD.The freely and frankly, In strictest ccnfid- writes Mary Shelton, of p .sr

; p'1 t of the roost. fastidious. spoiUman. Present. 14., E.: Minis chairman; A. J. GRAND. PICTURESQUE STREET PARADE takes place: at 12 lace troubles. tellinc! us all your symptoms and Bluff .'\0.. I c-n do my CAROL Mr'i'f!;;i W'
o'dock Wo will send free adtlce although. teforeUkng .;
I On the( ocean beach nearly In direct and J, It. Walker noon.t1I0 .'
a I a Carter secretary (In plain sealed envelope), how to doctors had done ma no Rood!
1. t line east. of Tltusville, U Canaveral: Club The petition trcm\ citizens regarding! PtHroRMArcEs. trrEHnacs< AIIO Eyf11N0. 2 iso t p. o /noons: OPEN CUE BOOR EARUEK.Mak cure them. AJJress: LaJles Advisory truthfully say I was cured by C "i iI : !

y' 'l? tI I surrounded by over 10,01)0acres) of land, school nt O'Ihl'I.' was discussed and referred - --- D pt., Th. Chattanooga MeJIdns Co.. I want every suffering lady" to kr. *

rw ,I This property is owned by some of the to the Superintendent.The F01EnIIONEYAlmTAR FoI.E V KIDNEYrnRB Chattanooga, Term this wonderful medicine. ..

M "lf Mont prominent and wealthy residents Board: adjourned to meet the tint for ctrdr.as ..,.. ...,... ..11.l.f... ; .a Kldacys and DulJo Itaht
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KAST COAST ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 22, 1905. 3

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professional Onrdf'll.CEO. FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE.IN The Itussluu of Russia Peasant's the opinion Kellglou.Outsldo Is gou-. |I The Walton Mason 1'1.[ Clark Co. ,


M. ROBBINS, era] Unit the peasuuts of that land are I
BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND
very rellgioua. This view was not Self- ocking Commission Merchants ,

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR DADE COUNTIES bared by the late Russian novelist

AT-LAW. LAND FOR SALE, (St. IMCand\ O.uln: find l>litleot Titcr Serglus Stopnluk 110 MURRAY STREET, NEW YORK.

counties. Inscription of 1 ind l: West whose of the Itm ilnu
study prniautryhas Tackle Block.
[ Will practice In State and United States 1a of northeast *4 and west !i$ of eouuh.

(ICourt. east *rf, eo.. It), township 3.!, range: :I1)), recently boon: published lu a new
101 20-100 acres, St. I.ucle county. oilltlon. lu support of his own tho lM

Office at TITUSVILLK, FLA. West ia of noithwcHt J. : and west *? that the religious coudltlou of the it'ite Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples

of southwest 14 see. 33. township ;ia I nut 1.. very low Stopnlnk quotp-* the ,

GAULDEN, range; 01), 1(10 aoiog, St. Lucio county.
UHtorlansrlio
of Russian ,
D.L. Northeast J.4 of noutheast 3.4, BCO. !3, most prominent AND ALL SOUTIIEIIN VEOKTA1U.KS: OUR SPECIAI/rY
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, > township ::114 south, range 41 east; \ say that the poiisiuita' of today, like

close to O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation their forotat here of tho HoventoontU
In all the Courts >>f the (Hat.
Will practice ou St. I ucle river10 acres
> ; viitury: are "romarknhle for a stntd
Ot Florida. ,and the United States Courts. I.ide county.
; 1. O Bo.3J5. TITUSVILLK FLA. Also, the northeast *.i of northeast of Biivh eomn'ote' relIgious InilltTi-i-ciK-o P. Rvililrna.ii: : cfe Co.
an to be wIthout a parallel In tho aunaln -
-- 4., SBO. 18, \vnahli! > 3s south range:
H 4 east south folk of ; Lucia of natlont." Jod'a
; on :bt. Christian .
Ml I NE'.VORK!
J. WEBB :! Washington ht l ,
f': liver10! ; acres, Dude" county. name is on every lip. and the will mid !W: :Mnrrnv Mirer.. f N. Y.
Apply to W. A. BALL, Stuart Fla. .
biddings of the Almighty constantly
ATTORNEYATLAWWill -- - -- --- -

cited as IWSPM of the code of llfo. NOT'rthoh -
ia the Courts of the 7th
practice Real E"tn.te nar ahtl4.
; Circuit. Taxes paid for non-rcaidents 'Hs, Stppnlak I Insists. the noolal Oranges Pineapplesand

i and rents and accounts collected. Nice 8 room ciHt.iRc/ well philosophy of the pwisiintry l.s bnsoil: ,

TITUS VII.LE:, KLOUIDA. located" in Tltul 12 Land l nnd l I
acres House of theology. Tlio author inalutnlns Florida Fruits Our Specialty.
part net In OUIMK: Tieex InEati

D. PENNEY, ( .ilile. . . . . . . . . 700 Oil that after tight ceuturli-s of of.f'uelal .
A 31) acres L.iiid, ne.ii,ly >a'; Christianity the<< bulk of the population Wo rnprnsont sevonil of the largest shippers III your State and wish to representyou

:Mile River Front, U hilled of Itmsl.i! today bas but n "very
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW north of K.m Unllie . . . . 4011 00 faint conceptIon of the tl'l\l\1t'work upon also. Jive na it dial Hhtpmeut Kstalilishrd!: 30 years.

TITDSVILLK FLOUIDA. 20 IUMCS lllver Front at

In all the courts of the 7th Hardeuvllle . . . . . . . . 41)000) whlrh the religion to which they
Will practice
21 tf ii. I,. liAULDKN, Agpot.Tltl1svll1lJ,1I'1, otHolally belong la IUISl'tI." To quote

Judicial Circuit. ;\. further: '

The whole b"orlnof the Christian
TAMES :E. ANDREWS, riiie Property for Sale. theological a11'11.I'm.' .. to be lost upon IAEYR'
the people. God the Father and Ufnl tho
ATTORNEY-AT-I.A.W Bon are two totally dlHtlnrt perionn.Htaudlntr .
Two nice colt uig's .adjoining each In tho perfectly coiicrotp elation

Judge of St Lucie County. other I In North Timsville, with an acre toward one another of a father, on the
County of hammock, and live ,items of rich muck ono hand und u. Hon upon I ho "h..1' The I

land, Hiiltabln for truck fain Good person of the son U rcprcHouteil: with
FORT FLA. IVID.
rumen
BALTIIVIORE
river front. The lurjier/ c"tt Ho IA tho champion of tin T"'Ih''
sleeping roomaand Horvnnt'H t
n room uitiiirs >
E. FOSTER, ; and a pui'loi.\ sitting I room dlnlni always ...1.Ilnwllh: the poor moujlknRiilnat COMMISSION FRUIT & PRODUCE
hlK rkh neighbor, bute should
STEPlIgX I
room anti kitchen below. The
adj..lnInst -
look In vain for any trace of genuine rollKloua PROMPT UNSURPASSED FACILITIES.WM. I .
RELIABLE ,
ATTOKNKY-AT-LAW hint two and
cottage Bleeping rooms Inspiration In the treatment: of "

yal-Upchurch ISulldlng Tax. ; servant' loom in second Htory and thIs tlRiire. There la nothing which rovcula I HEYSER PRATT ST. WHARF, BALTO., MD.
sitting room dining room and kitchen the touch of living ImitRO
a upon
I
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!FLA. below. Lame brick cistern to both a living xoul Ho is Introduced rather allan -
jACKHOVVII.r.K: _.
onlooker In stories about others, to =-___ ___ _._.__n _. .
house Adapted for u nice winter I

ho inc. Illustrate popular views on certain points I __________ _ KHTAIIUSIIKI) 1711.
Apply to OEO. M. KODBINS: and to solve certain problems. There Is I
GENERAL DIRECTORY.u. as little life In him or passion. about him
TlriiHvllle.\ FlaTnko OH In a secondary character Introduce In claimed to he the Klncmt Tackle

SENATORS.: for the purpose .ot giving utterance to I Ulock In tile World To sea It IM to buyIt. M. Lane & Son
moral I views In Imaginary story A.
NotU-o some
J. V. faliaferro..... .. ...... .. .. ..Jacksonville. tOne God hn ,
S. It. Mallory. . .. .. .. .. . .. ... .. . 1'eimaoola. to the person of the Father op Thounandti of Idem In UNO. tl.roiiRlii'
In the legends
pears popular Very vaguelydelineated
of the liamNoiTU'St places on :Mcr-
U. S. COXORCBSMEN.: : as a hard taskmaster and ,the) North. Road tuBtlmonlalH from 250 WASHINGTON' STREET, NEW YOHK.
Frank Clark..... .*. ....... . .. .. ... Lake City. rUt Isl.ind, known nn 'I'lioV\ l Igwaun, whenever Introduced by the popular muse those who UH, thorn.
H. M.Siarauian| ... Tamiiu.Wm. i belonging to Mm.. Eva .J. Itiali. of New I.. treated with a certain amount of III This load-lioldlnif( block In made, In various .
II Lamar. :::::.:::::::::::. ::: Montluel.o.;. : : York, IH for sale: or rent, fiirnl..hod. A feeling and hostility. liapes) nnd ..17...$, of WOOD. JUONnnd : Southern Fruit and Produce

U. 8. LAVU: OFFICE. ten room cull I uIlZu! with I I"iii tic h house The orthodox' clergy, II" a body the 11K()N'CKWill' work niujUy well

H. 8. rhubb . .. .. ... ........ .... ...Itt'ItIMter. new laundry nil newly pointed, and l i iili rope, chain or wire lopu.
W. U. Rohltimra..... .. .. .. . . . ....llucolver.. three acres in grme: 'I n. Itbilr him, author states have no ruonil' influenceover Will work lit any height: upsldo down
OllloeH at (laineHvllle! Florlila." just spent HOVCIH! hundied dollars Inputting tho innsNos and enjoy no court
boil Izoutallv (>r at any nnpl; and will Ooro.rxl.1oo1on.: : : ::tMIoJchan.ts.:
EXECUTIVE DEl'AUTMENT.: tho place In I'1I11.t relnll'| lay. deuce among thl'lJbut lu founding StIll and lock I at any )point.Invaluable .
Salmi Bon It. Hroward.. ... . .... . ..(luvot nor. lug out tlnwer" beds new break" water for kind of l"I"loo"a
Crawford . .... .... .. State dhmt'iitlng. Hoots the pviiaantry exhibit every
H. Clay Sucretary and hoard: walk, all I round the house FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
W. V. Kniitt. .. . .. .. . . .. ..Treasurer. great intellectual activity Jolnwl with whole a block In net-ded, fiequently HHV Q
W. H. Kills. . . ... .. .. ....AttorneyueneralA.IOIIZO HO that allY one wanting: a lovoly winteror I Inn tho labor of one man or moie.
C. Croom. .. .. .... ..... ",Comptroller, all-year-round, home will do well)) to unlimited moral energy.Vltli theawnkl'nhlt like It for stretchIng
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Nothing hanging,: or Stencil, Card mi out quotation fnrnlHheil on application.
H. E. MeLln..... . Commissioner AKrlrulture out lliU.. article nut for refeience.
of
W. M Holloway. ... . ..Supt.| fulillo> Instruction popular Intelligence wires. .
J. J.CIlirord Foater..Adjutant-General. Address I-,. \V. ULAIU, Meriltt Fin.Application Stcpnlak Het>H hope of an awakeningof All blocks lilted with the famoim
,'ohnlradtortI... . . . . .. ...Survejor-Oeneral. ----
It. Jo;. Rose,.... . . ... . .. ... . .State Chain 1st,. the "fervent genluM of religion." WALToNVINroN noi.i.mt HKARIN I.AdilruHH
truest: Amos OlMces. at...Tal..h..ee.. ...... ... . ...FlorltU.i.wnrarvniRE.State Examiner. for Tax l>eed.VTOTICB all communlaatlon to the The Ocklawaha Nurseries.

Where the Millions Are Karucd. .

WI.OItIflA_ __nu___ _______ tr'a....._. .uu... .... u a.jt'u. ........ ,.4zo.,, ... 't..fiph..I.h._"ft u. ......._. Two of the gieat national liunka. of Walton Self-Locking Block Co
11'. M. )Hudson ]Miami. .... . .. .. ... ....Senator. 1tnclJrporlltn"
C. }'. ()lwate&uI, Fort I'leroa.. .. .,Representative. IS llfRFMY lIVEN TInT Wit.. the country have assets amounting to
_1\ limn rrltchett, II. I-rltrhett ahd, <). F.. ( .)
SUPREME COURT JUDGES. I'rltchiitr. ooinpoxlni' the nrm of I'rltcliett $:::;.'OKKM() () ( ), which are the result of Do) not sell tri'''" cheaper than they can be had from other nurseries), but

M. H. Mahry: .. . .. ... . .. ...Clilef Justice. Hr F. II. Carter..Aaaoclute Juxtlce. the 3rd day of July A.I). IHuii, IIDH Hind said Near Uowe'aVlmtf 1 Klevatiut Htallon.IIOi'ION .
IS. }'. Taylor. ... . .. ... .. .... " certificate In my olllciu and liaM made application financial centers. In a little over ten : : MASH duce. u first class fruit, In buying trees from im, for they can get Joist what
for deed I Nmie In .
tax to accordance with I
RAIL ROA D JCIM\IISSIOSEItS.; : law. Said certllli-aie einhruceit the following yearn the depoxlttt. of the Imnkt men OWNERS: OF THE OKLEllltATKD J ) they older from us.

Jefferson 11. Browne, cha.lriiian..Key West. .lo""rlhelproporty..ltll.'d In Jlrnvnnl county, tloned have Increimod teu tlinen, nix rut. tlM Is what yau. want;and Whet them
R. Hudson Hurr. ... . . ... .. .. ...Little River. llorlda'. to-wlci WALTON.YINTON ROLLER BEARIMLJJOB Trees Positively True IU 11 mo" you
.1. ?.I. /lryan.. .. . .... ... .. ...... .Klsslmmee.R Hoiithcwit 14 of Southeant ',.. Bectlon I, Town- and there ore other luatltutloun. lu the to cOllie to YOliln ..hllt \Jlatlll oondltlon.
.C. Dunn clerk .. ... .... .... .. ..Madison. hlovl South.or range st Kaxr make almost You also want them fro of WHITE and
countryhkh an equal FLY want nonTO
TilE
Headquarter antI otllees .at Tallahassee. t'la,. The "Id laml heliit: assessed" at the date of the you
Issuance' of such. oertttlcate In the name or ..howluJ The vast <1 epos Its of the !UUD and OOO1) ROOTS.
CIRCUIT COUKT. .1. U. Tilts Jnlom said, certlHcate shall he '
Minor I Jonrtn, Titus vllle .... Circuit.Tudgi.( deemed according to IIIw. taxileed will Issue 1'10' great bunks reach their vaults In largo ............... .... Our tI 1 ecu have I\II..f these Rood point In tholr favor, In fact, they are Just
J.C.: Jonas, Orlando,. ... .t'rosecutlnir. ; :; thereon on the 1ft riavof January.A. 1). VNHI."
Attorney lumps, but originally the wealth In "jDi im (good nn SCiENTIFIC METHODS OF CULTIVATION" AND
Spring Term.-Fourth Monday In March. Witness my nlllcltl slK'iatnre and soul this the ;;;;:
Fall ferui-Fourth Monday:i in Uctober. (let('t.iluy ft.of Hoal Iwcemher, A.A.I li.A.HKin.Hn WART picked dollar by dollar in the regions I KKKTILI/.YTION OAN :MAKK: THKM. They are the beHt.

BREVARD COUA1Y COURT.A. Clerk Circuit; Courtof Hrevard 'ountv. Klorlila.lly where It Is earned nail put by for a : Our new, Illustrated. <1 Catalogue, with valuable cultural note Is free. Won't/

I). Penney, .. . ... ........County Judge.I ,. IaIt U. A snw.. ltr.I'u. rainy tiny so to apeak. Private BavIngi i you wilio ii. for It I"
.
) L. <(<}aiiliien..Prosecuting Attorney
A.A.Stewart:::::::: :. :.. .. ....CountyClerkBprlnn drift ultimately Into the private, C>"VV"
Terin-Secon.l Monclav in May.Sumiier Application for Tax Deed. OC)11J:10r.: : PrCp.
Term-Haccmil Mummy In August. I national and savings bunks and are i i ii. TANfJKItINK KLA.
raIl Term-Second Monday in November., -- I swallowed up In the Hood of gold
Winter leriu-Second Monday In February. Under Suction 8 of Chapter 4f.H,Laws. of FlorIda' ---- -. --- -- .-. -- .. .-- -- -- ...- - - -. . .
which streams steadily on the financialcenters -----
COUNTY SCHOOL HOARD. ; la herel.jr given: that William 1-rltch-
NOnfcl k.. I'ritohett, anil (}. 11:. rrltctmlt to the trust' companies and fe I: PRINTING!
.1. R. Walker. Superluitendelit..fltuiivllle. ooii>l..i''rI-IE: : : !::;
%Ie"bo"-IC. II. Arnold :M.tlabir; R. E. MinisItonaventurei .iT of tax ,'erllll",ate No. u. ilaieil the .Hi bank which finance' the mammothcorporations. .
; J. A. Carter, Turnbull. day nf Jnlv., A. ii.. IIKU I. his Illeil ."..rertmcate' I'IIUN I': 510. KNTAMMVIIKII 1HHKAVIIIHIC.il -
In my i.m>e. and has" made application for Uxded
COUNTY- COMMISSIONERS.: to Issue In .o'ml..II"e' with law. "Hald. certldoate Cities Haunt their millions because . . :>, WINISH, GINS AJI. IlltANIHIIH.:
It. A. Conklinir chairman THIinan ; Win. R. emhraces the following ,h'"rrlhe.lprn|,> w .Ie). I _.
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Walker. Tltusviile; John It Mint in.IlanoliiI erty Hituatiid 1 In Urn van i county, Florida, tnwltiNorthwest they fatten upon tIle dollar. won by : . OK- Af.r. Kixns: . -- -
J. V. Wooten Cocoa, ; T. J. Cociu.liutt. Lirantt >. 14 of Hcmthfaxt '{, and Northeast hard toll and much stinting of life JJ1 Expross Prepaid L.emp'sBeer..
< W of Jb.it hiwiuct !(,i4ectlun O.'1'lIwlIMhlllll I4iutitI). *'ar .
Keicular sonslons are held first Monday In each, IliinKe, 311 KaHt.; throughout tho whole land. If tho i Full (jimrt 'niHasiire.Hunting . 4 I its Ii Quo I''Qts9'J FiilsUtlT liner . . . . . .. fa'
inonta. The nalil land beIng assessed at the date of the EXECUTVD. ('lull ltye ... .. . . . : nn 41 IHI .r no Extra Tula.' . . ? .. .. .. .. .1111
1 Issuance of noh rertitlat In the name of J. .vi.Kreamer. masses. : should quit toiling and saving ,....I..I'<'..II"lly.... . . .. .:1 IMI 4 :IM 1 mi Htamlaril . . . .. . .. . . .. .. . .100
11REVARD COUNTY OFFICERS. Unless lalil certlltcato shall he radeemeil > tho bank vaults would lean nnd high i Moiiiiirram ltv" .. . .. ... . .3111110( S IKIA :.I lt..lttradl\rk. . . .. . . . .1111lI..n""I.
A. D. Penney Tltnsvllle j. .... . .County Judjre. aocordliiK Ui htw. tax: ileeft. will Issue go i ml1!: U'C.Y. Ifje . . .... .. . .. JTA Ml U /All .. .lIr".r.I impnrteil. . . . . .. . . .. . jcij
I... Oauliian, Tltnsvllle|I. ....Fro Atfy thereon ,...the lot day Jnnmry. A. I). Itmi. financier bo out of a job. Roolal I . . . ... ... 4 /IMI) H /All U: IHIH Iliisn Ale. plum. .. . .... .. .. . . . . ina
A. A. ScewartTitwvlIle..ConuityCler: : :: ::: : Witness. my .. signature and, Heal this the Malt .roL'a.{ .... . ;3 711 IKI II (MlA Oiilnea* Htout pints . . ..... .. . :
]'. \. McMillan: Fan (Iallle..Tax Assessor 1st flay of I Ottceiuher, A. !>., I'NIA I'Miu'h HranilyApple IKIn W All
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E. W. Hall.Titusvllle,..... .Tax ('illeitor (Seal of CI.: ( I.) A. A. HTKWAItr, The IteljfU if American Klotlou. : ARTIdTICALIY Xami : :llramly:::: .: . .H: IHI U MlT : Bulk Goods, JURS Free-Not
John Henry, Tltnsvllle, .,. : : :::. ..Treasurer,: clerk, olrciilt """rt. Not lout tile American novel IliillanilillnUnneva' .. .. . . . . . . .A HO' 4 :if AA Prepaid.2i'iN .
ago
J. It. Walker TltuiaviIlt.Suipertnten.leuit., 11.8 lly O. A. Stewart IMipnty ulerk. very i IWWATCII.i (lb..3 TA no WMl
J. O. Fries, Titnavillu.ounty tjuirveynr., was pushed aside by Imported fiction with : North 4'arollna; torn.4: :: Kfl 4 IHI T INIl : "' per U..I.-Ity.! .' Gin. Corn' '""1 Onutm.r .
.7. I'. lirown Tltll.vllle.. .... ..._... .. ...Hhpr"r.W. inr[ Mountain 4'oriilanmlM . . . . ,.i Tn 111M.I /All I'.r f8ai.-.itye. Uin. ('uurum' 1111.... )'ine
8. Norwood Tltusvilla .Registration (JlllcerTITUSVILLE Application for Tax I>eeil.t'nder and a native writer had but lIttle : : KIIIII . .. .. .. . . .'J Hit 4 :ifAA T anII .limlalit.y.
chance to in the lists of <(e). . Mmlforil Hum . . . . 3 TA OlD All n...r1t'i:: fJ..::I -:It yo Sun, Corn, Hult\ lies'
appear .
TOWN COUNCIL. : . .'e). llr.ps HrainljrKmgfif .. . .. . .. . 8 TA IIIMI I 11M( f..I.. .
K. R. Rolllns.'mayrir; VanWnrl ,.,".."'hal .and Section 8 of Chapter 448H Ijiws of Florida American publishers. Now the native Kentiirky hl.uumrIn..8 70 A IHI II /SIll : 'IIn."I: Gal J 11,0. Peach an.1 Aplule
tax collanton R. K. l'yles. clerk and treasurer; Tort Hlmrry or AnifulloaAssortment . . .:1/11/ a TA' T anKIHHU I ...
John Henry tax: .asue-xmr; J. R. Walker F. A. \TOTICK l I. herehjr Kl Ivsn that William I'rltcli. story teller may be said to dominate 4iI 1[ : 11II& CH. I''r'; fi.. ._..VI.:,.. Itye. Social DropS
Morgan J. L. Carrntbers. W. 14. Ilraunlnn and _L> ett. ..'II. I!:. 1'iltrlmtt.. Jo.I"I'lloh..rtall.IA.u. : III the home market. If the render OUR .STOCK OF allowpil on all of name iirli'e. uy.. lo'\lclolll ( .."lIty.
.Ink. co-partners cotnprlsjnif the firm .1
1). il Prltchard conuoilmon The council meet -
tint Tuesday In each month. of Tax East CertlHcate('t.n.t Turpentine No.: tim, dateii C mii>any.the 2nd purchaserof dav. of finds that the American book in sometimes . STATIONERY: . I i I ..IO-I ...HVe..t AdiuiiH Mt. ,TackNoiiviMe. Kin.

TITU9VILLE BOARDJOF1 TR.IDE.fl. June, A I>. I (>:2. has tiled. said certificate In my Inferior In quality to tbe best of . - -
M. Rolihlns, prestilent; J. M. lxon.: treasurer ottlce,and has made application, for tax dcrd. I., IS COHIT.KTE.YOU : : ., -
J. U. Hast, .....retAr'. Meetn semmd Wed- issue In iccorilacicn" with 'law.' Maid certificate tbe Imported fiction the tact Is) not no : }Tr3 HONEYANDTAR FOLEYSHO41rATAR:
nestlav. night tn each month at their rooms.D. embraces the following lescriied propertysituated discreditable in the native author an It i ARE INVITED i .
In Hrevard;; county Klorlda.j towlt' tHoutfonHt' I"OP. -*. ClouGb: aAd he* .I.. m.(. Cures GolJ Prevent Pneumonia
/4 of ttectlou I tn, lownslilp 37 Booth, may seem. TO INSI'KCT IT. |

WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, Rang'I'h".Saul 37 Kut..land belro; asnessml at tli. date of the American publishers who Issue novel : '

when you can buy the bent Self-Lock. I Issuance of such certificate la the name of C. C. ii by foreign authors are driven by OS : ..A.. S. : XTTILXC: cScrwt.
ing Tackle IHocka at nearly the same /lnyot..... nless laid certificate shall lie redeemed t 00.
ileeil will the force of native competition to seek i ,
aooordmtf to law tax: Issue
pi'Ice. Now In use In the United thereon the I Ith day.? H o.r..A. I). UK*. i =I iW SIT 1119 te ". ., JACKSONVILUfc.' : FUA.Airenti .
States Army and Navy Department Witness my ntttrial: slHTliature' .and seal this the works of a high {quality formerlythe I EAST .''el. :
Examine them at the ADVOCATE office. inth dnv nf Novemlmr, A. u. iw ft. f question of literary merit was not : e.e
(Seal nf rlrrulc Court.) A. A. HTKWAtlT. .
Tltu.vllle."WAVTKTVBY. Clerk CJIrtiiilt" Court VIr.v.mri roniiiv. Klorlda.. i Important. Name was everything. fir IvI f1
IU Ily I >. A. STEW ItT. t). C. fr/C
-,.-- In forging his way to the front theAmerican f COASTADVOCATE i iI _
: O'HICAOO MANUFACTI'RTV
author ban raised tutu standard

FOR 4M. KINDS OB"! JOB PRINTING
HOUC'\.:. i>erson nC trustworthiness ami
somewhat. familiar with 1 local territory a* a*. remtrnSer the ADVORATK office.tanMeTall of taste, and only tbe better class. 1 //i _ xpRJ3s -
siatant In brannn ofllre Salary ||8 paid week ?
ly. Permanent po.itlon. No lure.tiuent re. of foreign work con secure. on Amen1 1 I I
milreil. Pievlous experience not ewenrlil to can audience. .
i
Dgaelnff. Address. V >MI ML. '
Manager Branches, ("<>m<> fllnck Cb.ea.' .. .
AD English astronomer declares that 1 -

the nun has enough beat to keep the .i PRINTING OFFICE. : J D .

I world warmed up for a matter of 24- :. .1 J
I ILQTS
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.. OUO.04JO) years. Hut if Old Hot should I....4.....................1 a

P.rvy. Mesda a,. teat .*n.. 50miee..ful I happen to get tired of his job mean- ,
yrar. me... .rtm In I a.
uui at d.vetovm.ut-hait aor while ami fire thu whole reservoir thU

in waking Owe. I way at once there'll going to be a '- at- f ; ;; it'' '
al I1 :
JOB PRINTING lone this cilice. .
b ,1.j \ ail15r. scramble to get Into cold storage: which

will make the incident of Noah's ark -- -- . Sgt -a ,

.are. 1.lS.ra..o'' a,.... ,.... of ...,. olRtr ....k. of .ttm. TkM Is ._ : I ,
_at .1 bar .nyl, secnmcy sad eplueuy.MeClI. I Iadaan11 Q1 r ; .
<< ...*.,( P..hieeJtu.a'
__. i 04MeV Las:Ma,10. ,'n ; The Milan exposition of 1900 to celebrate :i w
pur's aactth.V u'-rtp.O lAss,..SV........-.. Jo....>... !..< BANK DEPOSIT .-
a.._. -1 ....... &al.....bwibu..<. a McLalt .' the opening of the Blmplon tun-, jgg I -. .- .?
ss 'r... a. ,_be todaF.r..r -.1 net will be In reality a world's fair. .:p 5 UU ) R.It Far*Paid. I I8OO
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fn.-.I...... c.e.18____. ,..._ C.' ..I of -. 1'be ezhlbtk>n will be on a grand eeale! FHF.B <:NotHTa..l! I
.....1 cad r....... ,.......- t......... we ,,- I BoardatCoss. I
..at f T**. AUras TIlL *UC AU. CU vetotxrr.; tI>&o.aIA..u.UAAU .USINUS coulal,MMu,e.. for tbe Fabnt BrewIng Co.



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,I! '' I MAST COAST AI>VO( A"'I<. DECE Ml I F"t i tI t ;

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' Ni i t RECENTLY, the editor of the I Bros.EAU JAMES. rnrrcHARD, President; WM. M. BLOWN, Vlc .Pre----
ADVOCATE. .
t , EAST COAST ADVOCATE had a cursory glance Hodgson WINSTON 8. BRANNINO, Cashier Wl>

I I rA PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. around Jacksonville, and was surprised Make Your Grocer GAT.LIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.
r 1 at the rapid strides it III'' Marine Railway. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
+ Enured at the rimtolllca at Tltusvlllo Florida, making in various ways. Those
t'd all Hociind-cliuts matter. who feared that Jacksonville was Give You Guaranteed Generalerchanta:: and Ship Cliandleu. '

..Special] Facilities.. COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
'' *t:, '1 CHABLKS H. WALTON Editor: & Publisher. "overdoing if in building( and progress .
after the fire are learn. and Authorized capital
+ great or.Hauling Out, Storing RepaIring s loo COO
4 wexx Lr JOURNAL DCVOTED TO TaB DBVBI ing that the State's metropolis U I Cream of Tartar Yacht and Launches. Paid up capital, - S25cy'
I OPHBNT Or Tea INDIAN awes LAky BWOBTH exten't that her I Average
11'+I+ 14 i AMP DINOATHK BAT IKOT1OKI.Dlnoontlmmn growing just to the Mention the AnvocAru when writing. deposits, $20oiooj:
location and the enterprise of her 1\!\

I I 'j} 4'' :o of advts must be made per citizens warrant. Jacksonville is .. Transacts a General
# ,/J .ally at this office or lijr writing.Ol destined to be n great city, and sheis Baking Powder Consolidated Fruit Co T Baskin

: to-day making only a natural Business
/ erk,eto., may be mile payable to CHAHI.K ,
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in direction
r that
progress I
11( WALToNpublisher
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Distributors |I"f-"> Ldrges and Oldest Bank on the Rii

t J 9I8 4 tftionotnykindthawrltorwlllobllgebyencloee f In writing t,.tlio ADVOCATE' for Inform- if you are interested the up Alum Baking Pow.. i 1''e' Exchange, bought; and I mid i "", .d L : Fnln' |>:

$; ill' Ioga etullll""adlreM envelope.WOBTOV building of your town and If you ders interfere with Fancy Oranges ,I Countries,
IA
want people to come here, udvertloe -I Patronage; appreciated.' I'pnopr"i rl'

1! 4 fFFI'fh brnm. . Boston nfllrenfliiK in your home paper, and show outsiders and 1 i, treutme..t.,am'! every hooking i'avor i.I'r.II n-i., ,';,,,I sift"dq.orvatlve '' .
,I' <: FAHT (OAM'r Aim c A mis. at V4 Milk of Titusville's digestion are un- ..
are one
treat, sad IK In rlinrneiif Mr. Carl I*. Mallows, you Grapefruit and CORREiilrOXlJt;,'I,
I t who will iiiuke BUvartlHlng, cnetruntM for tliU progressive business men. ,
1 paier. I healthful. Empire Trust Company, :V- 11 \ -i, \.
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( A i. rM ls, l ra w +" Klorlcla Hank anil 'fnl t On, .1 J", I i., ,I"", yhF.a '

I 1,1FN>> 1 Address all communications EAST: COAST ADVOCATE, NEW TIME TABLE. Avoid the alum. Fancy Vegetables i'Uw1rYLL3C., I I..A.

: TITIUVILLE FLOKIDA. _._ _. __ ____ __ ___ H___ _
Commencing tomorrow a new schedule ,
a -- will bo effective on the Florida Kant J."JB: [. ::D> cC> JI3 I S.

1 0. H. IepartnteutorAgriculture Const Railway. L (Miiccssur to Dobbins Hios.)

i , i Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. The new time card will vary considerably CAR LOTS! LESS CAR LOTS GU' rairncI:: :Lc: cg3.sivax'r: n.

' I from the present ono in effect, but SEE THE SHOW.The Dadges Checks, Door Numbers, HteDoilw! Trunk and Locksmith "niii.UEPAIKINU ' ",
E"I j tbode employed at the station and the OF UUN.S! AND UEVOLVKKS A bPECIAI-
} ; The following la a comparative statement -
I 'j I'rothore'ew RAilroad. cud! iuwIiolt-BHle. Trunks and ValiHcs ,
great Sun \ Gun Hint Revolver parts keys i: i' MIj, ,
r( t r of temperature and rainfall for the traveling: public In general, will more
\Viito for paitlcuUrs, 211 Mul Jacksonville. KU.THI .
Shows trained animal :! :It.:
1p week ending Tuesday, Dec. Ill, 1005. readily appreciate the time of the aril- exposition, exhibits I
qi -10or/>- -loot- val and departure of trains. more animals acrobats, musicians, !

1 DATE.1.J: : MAX.77 MIN.(II;:5 MAX.73: MIN.53:! No.. 01)!) the Palm Bench and Miami jockeys, thoroughbred horses, cuiloaltlttsan Walter Hawkins, f,enl, Agt. SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
f ioaksofn.itin' conleal clowns :
') o, ,
14 7U 71 7(1( till Limited will leave Jacksonville( (dally I at .
4 r ttt I 15 711< 70 78 58 8:20: p. in., arriving In Tltimvllle at ]1:30: funny jugglers: etc., also presen-s sklll- Store 2.28:! West Bay street,
t t" I i Irt 7:1: M;: f3;:' 47 ful menage/ acts by principal lady i riders
and at Miami 8.IO: ) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDAPINEAPPLE
a. ni., : a, m.
Coal Coke Brick Lime
17 (1111> C.1; 71 BO on thoroughbreds! monkeys on small. Wood, Cement,
18 I 1117t; 40 ((12: 48 No. 20!), carrying United State and '
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19 /5(() 40 Havana mail, ]leaves Jacksonville dally. ponies, etc More enjoyment fur less I iit'lls
1 il
Total rainfall for the wuek70 1.49! money than ever afforded you. 'Iy anytraveling
: at 9:0!) :: a. m., arriving In lltusville :2:J8
ti ( Departure from normal rainfall for the amusement enterprise Tha Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.. .
In the afternoon, at Miami lOl.Vj:: : o'clockin "
week: plus .80 Inches. Departure
Sun JJrotliers' New (Railroad Shows" will
from normal rainfall nine- January 1 the evening
v exhibit at TltuHvllle Dec, CRATES Offices foot ot Street Jacksonville Florida. .
i on Thursday Hogan Telephone V. 26S
r S r A plus 7.10 Inches. No. 0*, baggage and mall, also sleepIng (-

(' r \, ,k HAL. P. HAIIDIN, Observer.10U cars, leaves Miami, at 8:20: p. m., arrlvlnir 24. Two performances' 2 and 8 pm., J. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.:
\ D rain or shine. Doors open one hour WRAPSJllld
( In TitusviUe at :1:38': a. m.. at
t A earlier.. Watch for grand street pageant
'! / JVll'hT UK UOItll :A MA'. Jacksonville 8:40: a. m. _ _
of show L' clack The Oldest Established drain and Seed House In ,
day the State
in \:&: o nuun.
No. 78, leaves Miami at (i a. m., arriving .
Santa Clnim'll cOllie to night, In Tltusvllle at 2:03: : o'clock in the -

4 i I q And do If what yOu..JIIIIlI.you know I la right, afternoon, and In Jacksonville at 7:30p. :: Torture of a I'reaclicr.
Wm. A.
Sours cSs
An fllioulil' NAILSx : Cc.
y 1? I, ; I t nowt I the chimney you lie'' }will oreap, m. The story of the torture of novo 0 1>.
jft woolly filieup' The be Moore( paHtor of the Baptist church ofIlarpersvlllo P1mmAJ;
I following trains will added to
4
adolrna:\ ::: :: 'I .
+ t r> And gou.toluap.. :X. Y., will Interest you. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
r F1 If you're K"0'-" the above schedule on January {Otli. lIe says "I suffered agonies/ because of -xx- ,
: Santa ClniiH will drive hli ilofgh No. 35, I'alm.Uciuch and Miami Ex a persistent cough, remitting! from the M

I t ItuC he'll'I I lira mine the around wood),this way press, leaves Jacksonville" ::20) p. m., arriving grip. I had to Hleep sitting up in bed. THE "BOND" CRATE. ...u..".... :' Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
If you're (pond, at Tltusvllle 10:311:: p. in., and at I tiled many remedies, without relief,
i, With a wind up lilnl, thnt King. until I took Di. King's New Discoveryfor BEST QUALITY 1VRAI'S.CEMENT sT.wors.eau 200 F.aHtBay Street, JACKSONVILLE:\ [ 1'1.\.
Anil.a puzzla niailuof rlnKR" 4lUn l 7l0::! a. m.
Consumption, Coughs and Colds COATED NAILS.
? l al) ? .Imnpliiic-Jiiokn If yuu'ro and good.runny tliliiKH---! No. 2.J: Miami and XaHsau Special-all which entirely cured my cough, and Citalonn Fice.VarehoiiHes on tracks of S. A. L. R'y, and A. t', I 1. (Ky{
1 ti ,k I lie will hrluu you cars that "go. I'arlor car train, \loaves Jacksonville 8 saved me from consumption., A Brand See our samples and Ret! our prices before

If you're good::: a, m, arriving at Tltusvllle ]12:10: p. m., cure for diseased conditions of Throat buying. We want your orders.
andtrrwkinghur.ny.ohii : I and Lungs. At the Red! Cross Pharmacy
-Write us at Eau Gal1le-
If ho would I IAnil and Miami at 7:25: >> p. m.
a \ >|I>.KII, ; price Clio and $1 00, gnaiantced. % &
Baker
No. 28 Palm Beach and Miami. Express '
rf TUnc nnyn"atanunal' "" when you a 11 'I It--hu'll hrlnu,:'you one of them, leaves Miami at 0:10: p. m., Tltus- xx -X-
1 It If you re good.
+ 11 vlllo ll'l: :! a. in, and arrive at Jackson- Wood( for Sale.
Santa grieves when you are bad, 4Ul-lin East nay Street, Jnclcsonvll1e,1.1Iorlla! ,
An ha Hlioulil i villa at 7:40: a. m. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
I 1 I I 1 nut It makes When him you're very gel g\tul;\ No. 47, Miami and Nassau" Special-all Pino or oak, any length. See or ad- -Makers and Jobbers of-
"i' @5 i$+ 'd' it Ho I.! wllo.and ha'l dear; Parlor car train, leaves Miami 8:15: : a. m., dress J. W. Jamison, Tiiusvllle Fin EAU GALL1E, FLA.
? Jimt do right and never tear; __ ,
t lull retnuinlwr" you each your, airlving at Tltusvllle at 2 ::59::; p. m., and ----- Harness and Material
If you're grad.r Vehicles Carriage Wagon
Jacksonville at 7:10: p.m. I>AYTONA.DAYTOXA. ,


;; lid MERRY CHRISTMAS. Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
t A FEW WORDS FROM CONN.
The Cedars
I .wi FLORIDA. First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
Monday next is celebrated all Now Haven IJoo. 11)1)3.litor ) ); .
Coon
..1' fCs NEW 11OU8B. HOME[ COM FonTS. -- -._ _ -- - .
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over the civilized world, the ---- --- ---- ----------
great-
'i s j tt t ,; t j'' eat feast day of the Christian l Cal :. / Kn>t Cons t Adroratti' bAY HOAUD. NEAR HALIFAX RIVEH. TJT"US"VILLE: : 1 : : ]CI: :" p'rL: : Y ST.ADLE.FEED .

h't', i endar. "Peace and good will to allmankind' ])oar Sir-I desire to express my appreciation 18-12 MRS. \VM. JACKSON, PROPU.

tI' .Is the sentiment that prevails of the newsy ADVOCATE and
') in every human heart though Its popular editor. I have been iv sub AND SALE SADDLE IIOH-ES,

fir the belief !in Christianity does not scriber since Hi)2\) when the steamers The Pines DAYTONA, FLORIDA ...STABLES... BUGGIlis; ,
control the mind. Its significance Mowed. the beautiful Indian River, and j at8; South Rldgewood Ave.
I and Influences on civilized man the phosphorescent light made them UAGOAGE J r ; SJlWE:!.

have always been good, and rllliunt by night; when a groat noise '. -A NEW HOUSE-
l' prove TRANSFER: RXOUi-of/
:
v and TL
, beyond controversy, that theChristian told, by the Happing of wings, that a Electrlo Light Hot and Cold Datlis. Furnace Heat ;, r

i i, religion, aside from its lock of ducks had been disturbed; when ]Rates: $i'0; per day and npwal' ". HAULING ETC. = ..all kinds..
q1 ;j I, truth, has been always the greatest a great rush of the steamer's help an. '
18-4 MRS.\ : J. B. HINSKY .
t agent for good] that ever controlled nounced the fact that a school of pompano : Proprietress.ST. J'. :I\X.! Os: L Ltn:

the thoughts, aspirations : had been disturbed, and In their TITUSVILLEIn rear of Uobbius Law OfficeVLORID9..

II.. I and habits of life of the sons of efforts to get away, jumped In all directions AUGUSTINK. _ - - - - -- --- -

f'4 r q,1 Adam. The birth of Christ, ]1905) :; and many: of them landed: on the

i years since, and the effects of his steamer's deck. To a modern traveler
f 4 ; '' I life, his code of moral. and his all this sounds 'fishy," nut to an old The Hotel Granada ST. AUGUSTINE.

h 1'' I + teachings on all mankind has been I traveler on Indian River It was common FLORIDA.

; i t to constantly and uninterruptedly I enough.; ifwAir
r 4' i 1 1a bring about the recognition and Wishing you and the AIJVOCATK much UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.Most ( Mi A ?I CQ'Z

I' practice of the beautiful doctrines success, I am, yours truly,
d r"1 of the fatherhood of God and OKAS. II. HowrAM. beautifully situated on the Alameda, directly opposite the Ponce do JP LA -

,,1! 1 the brotherhood of man." lIut to Leon and Alcazar hotels. The dairy, poultry and vegetable products used
the faithful and undoubting believer DIED AT MALABAR.On la the Hotel Granada: are drawn from our own f.Urn. Rates. $2 00 per day DF "JIJ'ORANGL

q i'' .in. Christ as_.God, and the and upwnids.\ Rooms, alcove, single or en suite, with or without private BbxCitrENAa
baths Special: rates per week and to parties
1 't son of the most High Christmas Mouday afternoon at 1:20::/ o'clock,

has a pecular and beautiful meanIng at hor home In Malab.ir, Flu., :\1 rs. E. B. IS-l-J FULLER & III('URA TII.

Ii; ; and significance. Charity and Arnold passed away, after an Illness of Aar la/'faAw1

} ii brotherly love with gifts and kind two days. The funeral services wore

n j action. are practiced and enjoyed. held on U'udnosday. afternoon and the Hotel 1 St. George ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. -. ------- --.--- ---.- - -- --- .
Good Cheer, mirth and\ happiness ,
'I
body laid to rest hi the M.ilabivr' Ceme-
4 t J 11, are felt by all. Love with nil its tery. E luRnEDYD IMPROVED SINCE LAST SEASON. :Hardware: : : stove" Oils ,

kl ffi t' refining and uplifting impulses OIls :Mrs: Arnold was a good, Christian:

t ( the homes of all the people of the woman, a devotod wife and mother' and Elevator! Steam heat In every room. Private Baths. First-class. up-to- PAINTS CHOCKERT, GLASSWARE, ETC.

i, United Motes' especially where I ever ready to minister to the sick and date hotel. $2.511 and up per day. Send for booklet.
Christmas is the time ot love and needy.

charity and good deeds. This nat \Ve join wllh many friends In extending M. B. MONTGOMERY [Uuostis House, Saratoga, Owner and Proprietor.
w
tion has never been so prosperous our deepest sympathy to the bereaved .
and blessed of God in its entire
t s I j husband 1 and children.
', life as now, and therefore the
( Christmas spirit will bo felt and Drajlntr nUll Untiling1. Florida House ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.

acted with unusual feelings ,
I i uppn
r a9 11 51t and Joy, The ADVOCATE wishes TOURISTS' AND TRAVEl.EftS' FAVORITE.Most .
1{, a !i t 1 its many readers. Merry Christmas All kinds of Braying and hauling\

J 1. LiK ; and hopes Santa Clause will promptly attended. to, and Satisfaction centrally located with all modern Improvements, steam beat; more .

IG t, remember the children of all Christendom guaranteed. rooms' with southern exposure than any other hqtel In the city. 1 :..ti's' j'
? Jonx KE'rTLES'rituevllle.Illaclsmith ; .
1 + 'I l ((1 with his $gifts ; .and trusts Accommodates 2.10.; Rales' :J.50 to $:.i.OO per day.

t that the spirit of "Yulotlde" will! .. .n Irv +,
C and JCepnir Shop.If }o'. C. HAYDEN, Manager. a
Ill reach all the people of the world. r

% I .;1
yon want a new wagon, or an old
OWINfI to the prosperous outlook one repaired, write me. I pay freight
t ail of things$ in general it this end of one way. J. D. E.NMt Lorillard :Boat Co.
:1 ,
T. lirevard county, there have been Tltusvllle, Fla. '
; I, ,I many northern parties! around with TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

U k: ::1;, and the view other of property.buying orange groves'! 1)raying.. Boats Bought, Sold and Built to Order .. ., '" ,


f Draylng or hauling of nlll l Inds promptly -
SOME people will swipe anything attended to. :Meets\ all train. Stove Ei: ::: .giza.es: Ir3.sto.llod.:::

$ t they can lay their hands on, and wood for sale at all times ]Representative for the T, A M. Reversible Gasolene Engine, 1'j to :25 horse power. 'CTealer: : :I: :ardware: : Co.,

*' ) I yet they won't take a joke. II. E. II LTF.N. Tltutvllle. The only engine of the kind ID Florida, and the best on the market. TirU-SVILI.E, FLORIDA.

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+++...........+..+..*+*.**.**.N..*.**.....+...*..... Mims. Rockledge.
.

EAST COAST NEvVS. f
Harry Roberta Is shipping his crop of .\ little too much rain lately for ship FIRE INSURANCEthe

oranges. ping oranges.
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Leslie Bennett leturned to Cocoa on Hot weather on Indian River after the
Monday late cool Snap

i Newsy Notes Contributed bv Our Regular : Tom Ellis and wife have moved to A Merry Christmas to every' render of,

!1'I .. Corny of East Count Corros pon .lemts. o Lung Corner.A the ADVOCATE and their friends best protection possible at the

t" .. I Merry Christmas to all the ADVOCATKreadeis. Mrs J, K. Bottler spout part of las

, ..................................................... week with her mother nt Malabar.

C. J. Hoggin and wife returned to Coc Mr. soul Mrs. Lewis Honing/ oamo I lu

tr:: riense send all communications I are cordially, Invited to be pl'eRont .a on }o'll their ulegant cottago.
and items for )publication to "Editor Come early If you want a .e'tt. as tlWMUI'lJtlll'lnlnnlt'nts :Spencer; of 'fl 11111 V l1Ie, was I In
Titusville :a." are invariably crowded Minis recently. JIlt 8. I). I'. Morwln after a month s
ADVOCATE, and many cannot obtain udmlsslon.Ool stay In her beautiful itockledge homo,
\V. 'V, ll.illiird has commenced .
hlp-
v
S3f:: We cannot guarantee to pub'Uh' KOH lei's family wail\ arrive In EaOallln u ping his mango ctop. left, Wednesday, for Milford, lout
thin "el.kItll help to Miss Kato Kyer's ctulo store Is full of
items that do not roach this office before prepareS :Miss", Pauline Minis l is visiting f..l"ndliIn
+tno and the Hotel du Nil I for the ailvnl "- beautiful Christmas goods and the people -
noon on Tim ratings. of 11m military bo>s of the Ken Minis for a fens dajs. are patronizing her very liberally.

-' ------ tnolcy In-tltulo. Albert Nolle, of 1'1 t1l8111.... spent Sun and Hotchkiss
Miss Edith Day Mrs.I .
_Will correspondents oblige us by day In Mims wIth his patents. daughters of our proiniuout townsman.

writing the names' of people' and places Ill Jlatl Clui.se. Mrs. Halley of Lopsbiug, was In Mini Edmund 1 Day are expected the latter
this week old iIwo ft lends.Mr. of this week.
us plainly as possible ? Millions rush In mad chase after visiting part .

health, from ono extiemo of faddUm to Cox, the express Hgent, looking( "X. >f. Fish Is opening tho road 'JOft! I _LLr.lauuudhltllh
another, when. If th.yvou 1.1 only oat at a few oiango II'oveslael" ', with the Ins wide from VO"OItn licekleilgo.! It ought
Melbourne.RICHARD good; food and. keep their bowels irgi/ toritiouuf buying to have been duuo long ago/ as the road
tar with !Dr. King's! New Life Pills, their! la no narrow In places as to be dangerOI18. -
troubles would all Harry Iloborts has received retiiin .
pass Prompt LOWEST RATESLEADING
relief and quick cure for liver away.and stom- for grapefr nit, selling' for j.;,.O() per box:
W. OOODB,-Heal Estate, NotiirjPtiblio ache trouble. for uu entire shipment, Mr. mid Mrs IT. J. Kos"iter arrive 1
2.1o at tho Rod Cross i'harmacy
and Cunveyanoer. Agent for yKtna from Ohio <>u butuiday, and have take
Liverpool and Lmnionan Glnbo,mnl Harrro..1lo'ire ; guaranteed.Lotus.: l. Mrs Fickling's mother aud three sis rooms in fine( cottage for the wlnteiMr. ',
InHurancB{''''''panle.. Biicu'lal attention I
paid to tae intercuts ot lion-resident*. tern, of Jacksonville are spending u few K, will have his studio ol'lInlli a few m
weeks iu Minis dining tho holidays.Mrs. .
_.._H days.
:C3T: SubbUilptlons for the ADVOCATK, .1, / Kyzer spent Saturday and 1 The Chiistmas: entertainment will beheld AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES.
the pink paper of the East Coast will be Sunday In Titusville and l came horn at the Kockludge Impel on 1\Ion.
received at the Melbourne Postottico. Orange growers have shut down "shipp laden with lots of good tilings lvallllle't day-CliilMtmas Day-at seven p. in. A
Ing until after the holidays. In the ADVOOAPK.Mr. Hue musical pfogrninmo wilt bo rendered :E? ::eOY G_ VT..AL'I'O .,

Eau Gallie. J. M. Knnls loft for Tltusvlllo Monday I Illcksou of 'i1tuHvllle. has rent01 l by the children under tho inaungomeu
after spending several days hero the, tho house and ground l from "hlcli.mBlatchford of Mrs. A. Millar.I ; (Successor to Morgan; & Walton)
l. and it Is rumored l he will T1TUSVILLK:, -- -- FLORIDA
A few beans are moving/ but tho II. Matthews of Dublin, Oa, ; KvIlendoiaon .
BOIMI move his family to Minis ;1 N. .J. John W.
prices are not what could be expected nt Jersey City, ;
SARAH. C Eau!. HOnnflOV Uallle Florida-PHYSICIAN AND 8UHOKON. this season. The Clirlstmns trees promise) to be n CarMn. and! I'::. O. hay lee" Aboidoou, Md.;
success, everyone making big ptepinations. and Col. and Mis. John llogiin Artesla.
Mrs. S. E, Knnls of Stuart Is spend Miss Emmol\R. of New York. sent Kla., were recent arrivals at White's cottage -
Cool weather during:; the pant week. I log/ several days! with her daughter, Mrs largo box of decorations and a present iiiniiagud, by MI'''. Joe (I. lorry.

More shell is arriving for Eats Gallic's :S. ArOxteen.. for all. Horace It. Shares and his charming,

streets. We are having the best boat service K. H. Sackctt and wife and Mis.V. wife and blight little girl arrived here.
now we hive had In a long time. May, I It Sunday from New York and will ,shortly -
Our stores are crowded this week with II, Siickett of bptiiiKllold l. Mass., formerly .4 %
Christmas shoppers so continue. popular) winter residents here passed open the Plaza hutch ns previously'
through Minis Wednesday rout aiinoiitiiH-d In the ADVOCATE, We are
Rev. MIIII 1 Walker and Everybody I I.* talking/ Christmas A en
wife
< wore
!good. time is expected by all. Thei to Palm Bench to !lp"lIIltho winter. glad to have them with us once moio.liioiiiiioulii .
the guests of Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson, on .
will be tree ---- ------
a and
:Sunday last on Monday night a --- ------- .

nice program. IMriUlngFolcjN Honey mulTiuFoloy '. N.Cw+eef tin Ht'l"II'
Capt. C.Y.. McNab and family, of
YoungStown! Ohio, are expected in Eau The cool weather tins colored the & Co., C hi on,go.: oilglnatecHonuv Wo do not know of a single( (instance
this week. oranges rapidly, but there was so nine where cough or cold resulted In -
Uallle and Tar us a throat nnd lung: pnoinionla
rain last week not many' could! be or cousumptlou when Koley'
nnd account of the
remedy on great
The new houseboat Ruddiman Is progressing shipped for the holiday trade. merit and popiil.nlty of Foley's Honey llonoy and Tar had beentnkeon It CUl'eM Interest Paid
well towards completion. This on SavingsOo
Our school will close on Friday Duo. and Tar many Imitations are offered for coiiKhs an(l colds perfectly so do lint
vessel will bo
very roomy. 2Hli! after a very successful. tel'lIand\ I It the cennlne. Ask fur Foley's Hone : lake changes with Homo unknown l'I'el'-)
The chlldrens Christmas. tree Is now is regretted very much that it cannot goon nnd Turn ml refuse any subsilintoofTerpius 'uintlon which may contain opiates,
In evidence and all the youngsters will for a couple of months yet. no other preparation will give he which cause constipation ationdllloii, I hilt
be remembered by It contains no opiates and Is safest for Koloy's Honey cud Tar and refuse any;
Tho schooner .T. F. P., of Waukegan !)<.('torn Could Not Helli Her children and delicate peisnns. Hold 1 by "substitute oiTeied. Sold by the lied -

completely WIs., wan on overhauled Hodgson's/ this ways. week.E. and. was "I lint kidney trouble for years," the Itod Cross Pharmacy Titusville Kla Cross I'liurmuay, Titusville, Fin.

writes Mis. Raymond Conner of She- ------
S. Randall and a party of tends ton, Wnsli "and the 1>r, could not helpme Merritt. We pay you to save. Bring or send us'
from Boston Mass., are on the way to tiled Koley'a Kidney Cure, cud Fort Pierce.
the East Coast1, via the Gulf and Key the very lust dose gave mo relief and I your money by draft, postoffice money orderor

West. am now cured. I cannot say too much The River Vlow hotul is your personal check. Lot us keep it for
now opened
for Foloy's Kidney Cure" It makes the IIov. AVoodnon( held. services In the
spent Misses last Anna week at and Melbourne Minnie Beach Dinforth as diseased kidneys sound HO they will elim liaptUt church last Sunday morning and doing bU lueu. you "as savings" with interest credited and
Inato. the from the blood. and. ev..nlDll.Rev. have the !
poisons Unless We are glad to Rector buck
the !guests of Admiral and Mrs. J. II.
(iUHs.Rev.. they do this, good health In Impossible John Brown boll services In St. again./ Jlo has boon away on 111 4 vault- compounded quarterly, or open a checking;
Sold by the Red Cross Pharmacy.Georgiana. Andrews church on Sunday morning urnevening tlon. account with
and Mrs. M. Walker sailed for us.
to l .
large congregations.Mr In
New fucus Hue sueu town dally
Cocoa the
on Monday last on sloop
Mattie II., Capt. R. Symonds in com- and Mr. H. T. McCarty are now 'Thl Is an Ideal place to upend' the winter -- -
mand. domiciled In their now house on the months.

liver front, where they are at homo to The postmaster Mr. V, llorgnmnu, reports Our :JOPc::: itoz11x0
Mrs. Treutler will have the usual Mr. and Mrs. Graham from Coquina
their large circle of friends .
Thin a largo/ Incieiise of mall. This 1 Is -- -- ,--
ChrlstmastreeatIlydeParkplace. attended church here :Sunday.
ix a yearly event with this estimable Mrs. Lardoer( of Charlotte N. C., arrived : good for Uncle Sun:);
family. Mrs. White called on Auntie Hughes. last week to spend the winter will Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas Xevlns and son. SL1rrOL12C LO'i. 'J:>3!'
Miss Minnie Hughes; and Mrs Mandy ]Mrs. A. M. Sample and Mrs l>. T, Mo Frank Nevlns, of Brooklyn, ,N. Y., an
The West End Pharmacy has a
very Saturday moining.; Her friends
Carty. many were glad tosco expected ll\t the hotel souls to stay all
pretty Christmas tree displayed In the her here Snfo-gu.nrd.: .
again. .2.Y"
drug store among; the other beautiful Mrs. Lucy A. lionheleld made two winter.
Christmas goods. very nice cushions for the pulpit chair j Frank Stetson accompanied) by his Some choloe fruit was shipped' from
In the church and presented them 011 mother left here, Saturday for St. Augustlno '
Merritt tills week to Washington.). C.
.
The Card Club meet was at Mrs. Gilberts Christmas
presents. where Frank underwent
an operatlon N..w'ork, Philadelphia, )'a., ami Atlantic -
residence this week. This Club is
an Institution of Eau; Uallle and Is reorganized Invalid 0. M.for Hughes mure who than has four been years a helpless Is Improving : many, lends]Monday.here, for are appendicitis.glad 10 hoar he Ills is City, N, J.MIIIMeH As for safety we have fireproof vault burglar

every winter. Ross and Eunice: Lore
already and he bus been here progressing nicely Kalhryn proof time and combination steel chest
and Mtmxrs Nlnoet and Uol l lln
> enjoyeimoonUnlit
> ,
Capt. Bennett's new gas engine; Is now less than two weeks Good Florida Indian Klver Camp Xo. l>Woodmen
Into position and giving splendid satis weather Is almost a sure cine for rheu- of the World!, held their annual, election a lido on the ilvur .fhul..Ity; and in addition we carry burglarand
In AIr Robblln's launch tho ManlldUHU.
faction. The launch is a good adjunctto matism. night! -
last Tuesday night. W. T. Harbin was
fire insurance.
the houseboat Rochester. All officers -
The Christmas tree will bo In the elected Consul Commander; .F. K.: WII--
Dr. and Mrs. Carlos Booth of Youngstown church Saturday evening exercises bit son, Advisor! Lieutenant; A. 'J IMttmar, The piupilutur of the liotol I took a and employesare
Ohio are expected In Eau Gallle //otlulng at 7 o'clock and every body Is Clerk; Wilson Godfrey, Hanker; Pan launch piety over tu City Point to In-
about the 15th prox. The Doctor will cordially Invited to come and bring all Watkins Escort; Casper'( Mime Watch sped the truck farm of Mr. floury and bonded.
ciulse down the Indian River.Iervicellin tbv. presents for their friends early BO ; man; Free Strange Sentry; Dr. Floyd, found! It tu bo one of the finest In the
they can be put on the tree before the <[Jump: Physician ; and I'rof. Pomeroy SUlO. With
St. John's Episcopal church Theso officers eleotl'.1(
exercises commence. Manager. were --- ------- -- -
on Sunday next at 7 3U Rev for ample capital
; p. in. one year.
commenced lon _._. JOn PRINTING done at tills. oilier.
John W. Walker will read the lesson. Roy Carpenter > <1"y to - --- ----
Bible class In the afternoon nt 330. clerk for C. D Piovost. Mr. Carpenter Furious Fighting. -- --- -- -. a growing surplus, an

is a /graduate of one of the bust business seraNothing efficient set of officers
J. II. Jones of Ilorti, and Mr. feturk, colleges In Atlanta Oa., and has bad "For seven years," writes leo. W to Adjujt.( Nothing a
of Canaveral, were In Eau allie on business some experience in the business and In I lloffinan! of Harper, Wash., "I had a j strong board of directors we offer
to Learn Shave
on Monday last. Mr. Jones left his keeping the poHtoflice. Mr. Provost Is bitter battle with chronic stomach toil Simply ,
launch to be fitted out at Hod son Bros, very fortunate In seeming; the servicesof liver trouble but at last I won, and cared ALWAYS READY :w X11 you a safe place to deposit your money.
boat yard. this moat estimable young man who my diseases by the use of, Electric Ititorn. f ALWAYS KEEN ,
comes with I the best of recommendations.A ; I unhesitatingly recommend thorn Jf
Alex Near has retuinod from
Fort ____. ___ f SAVES TIME,
d to all and doo'tlnten.lln
the future
Pierce with his well driving plant. The : to
next contract Is with the Inn, of Eau Fearful I Fate.It be without them In the house They MONEY, .nd ,r/Ill' Buy that
Uallle.; Mr. McMillan will have well are certalnlo a wond"'l fill medicine to TEMPER 21ozz.ozxL: : : bor -
a liyl =::= -
la fearful fate have to endurethe
down a to have cured such n bad case as mine." safety razor,
put the
for ?
an soon as possible use
of the hotel. terrible torture of Piles. "I can Sold under guarantee to do the same for that: is not only
truthfully BAY," writes Harry Colson of yen, by the Ked Cross Pharmacy, at Ciiu a ---'W-t Pay You 'tc i5Lt"'Cy'o.
The children's Christmas tree will be Masonvlll, I.i, "that for Blind) bleedIng a bottle. Try tbem t"J"y.Malabar.. ',, safety but a razor ,
held In the 10(. K.: church on Hodgson Itching and Protruding; Piles lluck- t.,t f
avenue on Christmas: night (Monday.) len's Arnica Salve, Is the best cure made.' The
A tine program has been prepared and Also best for cuts, burns and Injuries. .

all patrons and citizens of Eau Gallie 2."c; at the lied Cross Pharmacy. -_....7 -

Died ou Monday, December 18th at

......................................................... the Florence.home of This K.was II.a Arnold very sudden his death wife, The First National I Bank

.. ... as on Friday she. Deemed to be In her ,
*. Mr. Stewart of our Melbourne ofHce, usual good. health, and on Saturday she
t ,f was taken with a violent pain. They 0Tl.ia Miami:: ::: F lcx.yr. .
; Is creating our ( ) sent at once for Dr. Ha.i, who did everything

.. ifl f In his power to save her, but she E. M. BRELSFORD, President H. SPIFZER Ylce-Pres.
tee' lied very suddenly, with heart failure. ,

-------- ---- EDWIN A. WADDELL Vice-Pres.
FURNITURE DEPARTHEHT EDWIN C, ROMFH, CashIer
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I 1"- TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The .

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to meet the genuine wants of the people, and he : following are the times of arrival otvwl thus iliat u<(j ftoLlf n f jf tvery V Agents Agents

sod departure passenger trains to and man. TbouS u I d it a new jr.vm: on,it DeMooy RONALD & FISKE ;
: now claims to have the most complete line of : 'l'bUItRndard
fia ,..uuuoJ
... from Tltuftvllle: alieudy enoriuou p 1.wlarity. 2 Cycle Engine 4 Cycle) Engine
.. ... MUUK 1li to fJ H. I'. COCOA
01'tHBODHD.LmTMTUnnrlllcrnr THAN SUO.UOO FI.OKIDA. 12: to noo( 1(. I'1vt11I.IrtiTIu .
a. House FnrnisrjingsYou ever seen on the river Miami and 1 IS5aa SOLD TUB rlHST TSA.'. Thaecr
-_ -.! : lIu.ruedlal4 point at | :tf,.4H p ui t it in the WAre .. .5. r0EtneoVCD.Leav.Tltn.vnl.for ) are AW TIIIN AH PA I I" H and : ::: ; :rDN'"O-XN'Jj: ] S'D'ppzxmS": : ::

Jackconrlll I 1:3'1 a m 0 thirprr than any other rat. Each bfci* -...-::JJarc1'VV aroWE : -
: have heard of Angle Lamps ? : mil lnu>roir, VM. One CARRY TUB MOST COMIT.KTK: LINK OF MARINE
-5 I .5. .Tlu for 8.nford . lions DJ J sheen llaJcj art good Jut a July J\aat\ HARDWAUEOX
.. ... ."/1.M. ritaarlll from Hunford IJJM |>m.lob for it : THK: EAST! COAST. .
: Some people call them Angel Lamp Write u* : .. ---- V THnrry year DAYS TIdAL llrr f. nva Acme No. in and CKma No. 0 Dry Uattrrleii, Switches, Spark Plugs Spark Coilj,
I I'rliitlnj )man ttiwi t.td wi wmiu. %,s Wire Timers, Hpark Caps, Detachable Terminals\ I 'wket: Ammeters.
: and we will tell you the joke on Mr. Rockefeller. : Tddeaa9. lra and Iron Pipe Elbows: Tees, Unions eto. Toblo Breeze Shafting! Propels
cnks-d..tau
.- d.awab 11 blw CYI hers, Steering Wheels Sheet Brass and
.. ---- Do not forget the fact that at the AoOCATB + it Copper; Copper, Oah.nlzetll\nd \VlreXalU.
f
as.bt.da,ear dew . 1.60 A Write for VatalollIt1-

4- W FEE & STEWART COMPANY : office, Tltusvlllc, we do job OUR PRICES AILS LOW AND OUR GOODS THE
W BEST.PRESENT .
k printing of all klo . ...
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Melbourne and Fort Pierce. i
illlbcad, Kovelope,Tags, and all other r ...,..11IIf' -HKND: YOUR FlUES A YKAR'S SUBSCHIPTION -

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|] PEAS draw nitrogen from the :'

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fi v '' j POTASH and phosphoric acid are supplied "

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illustrated book, "The Cow Pea," which also ,

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lI 1 ; New. York-93 N..MU Address.Street. GERMAN or KALI Atlanta.I WORKS.U..-22X So.Broad Street. Florida East Coast '

) 14 ' ,I sirI! ._uu ---- ---- ----.- ------_._-,------,_. a Pour Sailings Each Week. . R'y.Watch yl

: ]i I Ii I FOR POULTRY YARDS. tal amount of jdjospliorlc acid<< and potash

1 '" and twice as much nitrogen;: were BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling .

I J! f fj B.lTlnic the Problem of shade, Wind found In 100) heavyweight' wheat kernels -
: Mini Himk Cotvr. us In lightweight seeds. at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
I h,,;"'; I f ,'I f i1 A It has long' \been conceded( that poultry --

I+ r !' rl yards. should bi at least. partially pJle liuiit In 10...... The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe I

.) I), f planted with lives of hhiubt: to furnish The experiment station of the Iowa
I 1 IIH''i 1 't. l ) shade and "shelter' during hut or stormy State college at Amos nun Just Issued Clyde New England and, Southern Lines.

)i':' P IJ'; 6 r1 i weather.! 1'luiii tree have \been Iota!h from Its botanical department a bulle- Direct service Between

,\} kf''t. ti ' used for this 1 purposo' with excellent tin (Xo. 80' dealing with the apple Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points this space for the new time-table.
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f ,'< r H\\ retmlts. Hut the cuiuliig of Sim:! Jose rust. in Iowa. In this bulletin Professor ,
'''ft 1 Y ;.1 I t saulu and the great uurici'ptlbllity\ of Pummel Las collected a large (Culling! at; Charleston S. C., both ways) On January 9th the winter tourist

' 1.1 lla i 1. all plum varieties to thin miserable amount of useful Information concern- I l 'IJ j;{' ,, pest have changed the situation ing the rust and apple fungi and the Northbound. ,.. .. from foot of Catherine. Street Jacksonville schedule will be inaugurated,
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''ct'
,y1 I i' 11! Kleffer. pours are being p'' uitwl' for districts In which they lire prevalent, ----

,. 1))" ,t /poultry shelter to MOIIIO extent u* more together with reports from other states Clyde St. Johns River Line. with four trains daily

y\\IH, M'l : +i ''foslstuut to scale, \but the trees are In- as to their appearance and the means each
1 x; tv ? .dived to overbear uml lirouk down hj11 taken to cop with them. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE; AND SANFORD. way.

i : 1 .such stimulating situations unless the The origin of the apple rust Is traced Stopping: at Palatka. Astor St. Francis lleronforcl 1 (De Land), .and intermediate landings .

\-11/\ 11 1 :fruits are very curelully/ thinned and to the ml cedars( so ,often used as oil the St.John River, ooimnouoing Wuilnuxlay, November IS: ,1903.:

i are usually upright la growth to cast windbreaks In the vicinity of orchards. '
'' STEAMERS "CITY JACSONYU.I.B". and "FJIEI! >K: DeHAKV"are
'I;; 1 ,good shade., An our plum trees die out experiments In spraying In different
t appointed to sail on follows I Leave Jacksonville .dully except SittnrcUy, at 8.30 p. m. Re.
'l I'I'f' k .from our poultry runs we hope to )plant parts of this and other states are detailed turning leave Banlord diiiky. except Sundays at 030 a. is.B .

I, I' rl'' I, dumps of privet and silver thoru with their results "ii iiib-Uonu<1 Northloaml: For information time-card etc.
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() '.'Jtllt. JUaoagnus; parvlnoru u fruiting' brunch _._U eau down BCHEDULE _Reat up.kannvl .

oj which In shown In the cut. Suvorl11Bped1t Stuck IIoiv Now Falfeu1... .. 830 p. 10. ...... ........... .. .. Ile .. .. . .............I\rrlv. 200) :',1n
,,1 II 'r of 'The number of stock hogs now being leave II 45 p. m. .......... ... .. .... ..l'.latka. .. ..". ... ...., ... .......Leave II co I'. m:, "' "
ti 1 ; eliiuugnus are referred to us I..ve. 3008. m. ...... . ...... ... .. .? Astor .. . ..... .. .. ... ... .. Leave 'j3f I'. to sk the .get'l.t17:: :
It silver thorn but the inline Is most fattened Is U per cent less than the Leave 430 a. m. .... ....... .. .. ... .. .. ..se. Francle. ...... .. ........... Leave II 00 1'. m
number a year ago. Reports as to size Leave .. .. ...... .. ..1I.reblor,1 (lIur.amJ) . .. . . .. ..... ......\I..ve 1 011 nl.
i I 14 commonly applied to K. purvltlora, Arrive IIJ:{) a. tn. .. ....".......... ........ BIonror.1 . .. .. .... ... .. .. ....I......... I 9 311 p.a. U,.
ref which forum n dense compact shrub and weight of stock hogs Indicate a Arrive JOOO..IO: ........._... .. ...........Enterprlae. ..:. . .._. ..... ,.Leave.. JO 00 a. rn.
feet lu this condition of 00.2 as compared with 94.2
eight to tea high an grown
a. year ago and a seven year average of Oen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W" Bay St.. Jacksonville.,
I .COUIl try. It blooms profusely in May,
411 #I ,and the pink mottled cherry like fruits 04.7. F. M. IROVWOXOKR, A_. Jan. Pass. Airt. 122 West Ray St..JackoonTllle. Fla..
MJ F W. O. COt)1'ERJr, Local Frt.Attt. Jurksonvllle O. LOVKI.L, Superintendent Jacksonville
ripen early lu September ThU: eluoagnus Foot Hogan. St...rack mlvIllM. Kla.
+ makes u dense abode, In: fairly A.O. HVOERTY. Clan'I Knsfn J'"... Aitt. New York CLYDE! MlF\IC, Gen. Frt.: Agt.t/: Sew York.
I GARDEN SNAPSHOTS I .THEU. KOKIC, nennral, Ma-ro er. WM. H CLYJlF.'fl.., leneral Agents.CnwiebrouKb ,
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awl free In-
ry' p t i hardy appears quite from Ilullillnic. State St., Opposite Huttiiry Hark New York.
t sect pests and other,diseases.sl .
; C. \VALTON.. Agent, Titiisville! 'la. Y
Sow In cold I
? C ''I The berries, lire too dry to be palatable pansies frames. -. .. - .-. . ... . .- - ,-- -
t to humans, like those of K. lour Start new beds of asparagus and
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{r ( glpcs, but are greatly appreciated by rhubarb.

L thickens, which clamber all over the Fall sown grass seed generally Atlantic Coast Line
l branches to get at them. It U. not to makes a better lawn than spring sown R'y.

1,1 i be supposed, that the berries contain seed. c' '
much nutriment, but they are certainly In the latitude of Richmond BOW early - <, ,\.. ,\ "' .: .' ,;
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i I 1 more'eagerly sought by fowl on the cabbage turnip for "salad" kale, The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion ticketson .:1.: [ ',.:..'" ,'",':I," .".,, """

l 4 0 + rural grounds than any other fruit of spinach, lettuce and mustard. sale Tuesdays and Thursdays. In November. r 4 '" "rWi;<',;1
Toward the end of the month out "
: the Benson. The crop of berries Is so set ,
i'' regular and abundant that a small cabbage and lettuce plants which are TO TIIK ]' AS'l'.

(( dump of bushes: In an ordinary poultry to stay outdoors all winter. Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thencevia

lr $ I p rwa would give a substantial additionto From every standpoint the fall is the the Pennsylvania Railroad

the season's diet. "'0 have not noticed Ideal tree planting time la the south.Don't .

j' ,, bad 'IT'ctJ from the eating,: of forget the lilies the most important TO TII1 WKST.The .
Louisville via The Mobile & --
: Nashville Montgomery. Ohio R. R. ---- -
of summer blooming bulbs.

'They must be planted the full.-Gar.
TO TIIK EAST VIA 8TJ:AIUSIIIP. Southern
den :Magazine Railway
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Fhlladeldhla, Bos
ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. VU Savannah
and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttalon Company for Baltimore
l i EFFECTIVE MAY 88, 10O5.
'ijl and Philadelphia. ,

I SEEDTIME Two Yeetibule Trall1s Jowtt.: No.34I I No. ::10 NORTH AND- wJos'r.'i: .:'
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TO JCKY WEST' AND HAVANA. Lv Jaekaonv111e..Bo. lIy II 111" 7 Mp I.v Jacksonville. i'la..... . II' It}
Via Peninsular: Occidental Steamship Company. Lv Jeeup. ..... .... ......... .. 11411A JO 4"p" Lv.le.up.Oa..,., ...... .. .. .. i. ntt r
J..8&.lInall.. ... ............ .. J 2111' 12 Ina. Arl\l"e..n.U............,.. ,.. ..
Ar (01".1.1.. .. .. ..... ,.,... .. .. 8 Mp S flea. ArAt'anta.. . Us.. . .... ......".. !'xArCharlotte "
I Il Idyl Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points ..... .........' .. .. I02li11 91ira. ArRr"ueG4.. ... . .. .. isArGreenboro '
rl ...... .. ..... .. ." .. llkt J2 Sip Arllalt.nn.U....... ... .... .... st
Danville ... ...., ....." 221... 2 lap Chattanooga .
MlI4I AGE TICJU:TS. Richmond... ........ .. " "inll'l'i 6rdp: ArLexingtnulCy .. .. ... .... (1.\ I aArLvnohbnrg .
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........ ...... " 48411 Arctnclnll"tl.tI
l l.j i l t Thas experienced farmer Interchangeable mileage tickets !good over 13,000 miles of among the princi- At Charlottesville...... .. .. a 81M" 420p 6 lop I.vvn I m rut i ()...... .. ...... -t j,;t t' 'IT 'P'
? y learned that some pal railroads In the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents.For Arwnahington... ...... .. .. .. ? I 9Ma 980p ArOhtungo.111 .. .... .... -.? lla
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d Raltunore. .... ... .... a ranee 'IAr
11311a Lv Cincinnati.
,y' I, a grains require far differ- reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write went 1'h/adelphla. ... .... ... U I 4nl' 1t2np 2 Slip ArChleaKo.JII.0..8..... ..... '..
I 9 ent soil than others ; FRANK C. BOYLSTOX, Dist Pass. A roj 1118: West Bay St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. No,34-" . ArChlenl/o.III"/: . .... ........ Moro.: aDallyFullmanllrawln
j some crops need differ-. H. M. EMERSON', Traffic Man.nrer.. : W. J. CRAIG, Gen'U Pass. Agent. New. York. and Rnom Florldn Siceping Exprea Cur J'ort LvClnclnnatl. 0..,. ,....... CG 'vbTanpa ;;..,
t enthandling than others. Ar T"led0, 4) ... . .
I ) WILMINGTON. N. C. and Jaoko""ville to New York. ,
Ar Lear %lleh: :.:.: ::.. ... I'3t u
He knows that a great ____ 0.8"-.Wa.hlnlttol1" allli Florlda. IJmited.: 7t.2
--- ---- -- -- -- --/-- LvCincinntiO....... .... I'.TI" I
: nully Pullman N
Drawing Room Car. .
r N ,. deal depends upon right Jaoksonvlle to New York. Sleeping Ar Plttxburg:. I.a......_ ....

iv, planting at the right tEi .A.B: .A. _> Lv Cmemnet ()....... .. .... I IJ-Y' ,'r..M1 a
Through "TiIE LAND 011' TilE SKY" I No. 30 Ar ('Ieveln.l. 1) . ,
time, and that the soil LVI: xlntton Ky... .. H'' R I( ,
must be kept enriched.No Lv Jackaonvj11e. rla. ..... ,.........&r. Ry 7M.., Arr..ml.vUle. Ky. ......... .. I''I''
AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR r.s v..nnah.O.. ... ............ ...... .. 12JII" Ar St.Loula. Mo.. ... .... ..,, !y
use of complainingin Ar(;011lmhil\. COo. .... .... .... ... .. Elba. Arennixton.A-i,. ...... .... er.
about mis- Ar A.h..vIJle.N.C........ .... ..... . 11101' 4r irllllnllh.m.Ala... .... toArlotSpringaN.c.
summer a ; )......... ..... 28Cp Ar ; ..... .... Fro 'I'
1I'01ll"1"1elln.
!'I take made in the spring. -: ArKnllxvIJle.Tenn. .. ............. 61NIII Kan.l.lty.Alo........ ., ..*
I X4' I Arlolllnille. .... ............ ,.....
Decide before the seedis SAVANNAH. COLUMBIA, CAMDEN( &OUTUERN PIES, RICHMOND, ArSt.Lonia........... ,........ .. :, ,: 41111p altl"/ 61un'phlaTotn... ..... .. .. TIII a
FRUITS or J.LAEAONU8 PABVIFLORA.oluenguus planted. 'WAS iIINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA,. NEW YORK, ArClnolnllatl.O.. .. '..... ........ Q.&C 8 Jr".a Hot "rlntrlt. Ark ... .... ..
paid
'i fruits. Ou the contrary the 'z 2fe best time to remedy Nn. IIfI-nally nlhnnn Dr"whtlr nonm ant No. JJ-"T1e: Florida Llmlte,1 pOI'h", (Oal'. '' !)
i fowls. appear particularly lively at this. 1SURatslerpiog:: Car between Jackeonvtlle and man V..IU".le Bleeping tract CareJurkeouvllle'.through dry I' 1 'ruUChu'Innatl. I
i 1 ,j season wasting conditions in . Two Elegant Trains Dally . R'um' orBill'
The silver thorn might bo. planted In the human body is be- Excellent Dining Car Service between No. 13-Pullman: Hr.wm n ::..; 11 r ,

I" M1 clumps four feet or more apart and fore the evil is too deep Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail.. K..II..a City and Colorado lprlu" -
rooted. At the first evi-
would< soon afford protection from
j ARRIVALS AT
} JACKSON: VILtK.
', ; ' 1 weather hawks and In a year or two dence of loss of flesh From New York, t a"
Washington eto-No.29, Washington and Florida Umlteci
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
i P bettr great crops of acceptable fruits. Scott's Emulsionshould From New York Washington,eto-No.33, "WashlnRton and. Florida. Express' 19'
I' Plants two to three feet high aro offered ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through; Sleepers Jacksonville to New' Orleans From Cincinnati Ashevllle eto-No 20, "Wasblngtan. and Florida.. Limited'

h! 1 by nurserymen at 35: cents each. be taken imme From Chicago Cincinnati. Atlanta eto.-No. 14, Florida Limited"... .. ". ,
::1 Thin species transplants! well and sleeper
diately. There is nothing For Information calf on
I 4 quickly becomes established. any Agent J. O. LUSE3:: U Bt. Pass. Agt.,
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that will repair Seaboard or writeA.
By planting In our poultry yards 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville! Fin'
j Ij fruiting varieties of mulberry for treed wasted tissue I more O. :MACDONEM. As t. Gen. 1'al1""t.. S. C. BOYLSTON, Pass. Agt.

d ) t 1 shade and sliver thorn for shrubby quickly or replace lost JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA I 8. II. II ARDWICK, P.T. M., Washington. W. -5.ILTAYLOEG.I'.A.Wntdn>
"! 1 ; I clumps the problem, of jihade. wind protection flesh more abundantlythan ROOKS MORGAN, A, O. P. A- Atlanta. Oa.
+ and hawk cover would be solved. Scott's Emulsion.It -.- ---!
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n .-AV. V. !.'. lu Itural New Yorker nourishes and buildsup CO YEARS -I 'u -
1 I
1. b. the body when ordi. EXPERIENCE
4 1' 4 i ,a 1.llIlIt and Ilrary AVelKlU, irnln. nary foods absolutelyfail. FOLEY'SHONEYAHDTAR
l Kxperliuoiits ut the Minnesota: station
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1 r $ show, tbut while lightweight seeds .
iwiF'fIf. I
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J I i 1 of nitrogen phosphoric' acid and potash / ..1;' '

I 11 S than the heavyweight seeds the 1 Ho sure. that this ',>qit4r '4a TRADE MARKS
i total amount of these substances IsI picture in the form ,
) of .a label la on the v DCBIONS
I much lens. One hundred kernels of I wrapper of evenbottle ? Prevents Serious Results' "," COPTRIOHTS AC
1' heavyweight barley contained about a of Umulaion An.nn..endlne: .ketch and .cnnttnn IBM
4< you buy. From a Cold. qtilcRIT( KAOMrlam our "p/aMn tree whotAor aaInvAittton
) Is ....
one-third more phosphoric' acid nearly .probably pntentHhlo. C.'mmu"'
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i tlnnaatnCll7.""" ', tie otvyhnlf more nitrogen and about 10. I SCOTT Remember the name lent fro. tHl1'nlrui. l...t puon"'y. fur flwurinff .p...i nlH. -PRINTED AT-

1 I Ifr cent more potash than lOt llghtf ;: . 'r I BOWNE Folay's Honey and Tar. Insist .pvWi_.10 lul:.. tt:rhnul tiir.iuuti ch...Munn., In the A Co. receive
y \ Ight kernels, and In three samples of .
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} :: CHEMISTS Scientific Jfmericam
the :
t' oats 100 heavyweight kernels: contained upon having genuine.
i about 1.8 times as. tuuch phosphoric" I 409 Pearl Street ?hr.s .11.! .BO, 000, $I.OO A hltnd""" ", ..,., lnntmtM .....kl,.. T,...... dr.Irmrn .
T i A NEW YORK rnlan"n of any n0nttno| *). Trtn.$J a
arid, l.S:; times ns much potash and Prepared only by vrtrt f'MirmuntUL Sold brad n.w.deal.ra J OFFICE
d rl iirurly twice as much nitrogen as lOt) '. .11 Sot druffl.t and $tr\ Foley Company. Chloaco. MUNN & Co 30l8roadw.y. New York THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING

Ifebtweigbt! 1. seeds.. About! _the_ game to- Red Cross Pbaruiacy. Branch Office HIS r 81.WublMtua.O.U: .

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JACKSON VII,', :, direction the chancellor had expected. SI.UiI1LhJh. '

GRIMFOOTBALLRECORD "\A"hy should he ask me to call a

meeting of college and university pr..sl-l.

WINDSOR HOTEL . dents" demand Professor' Eliot

JACKSONVILLE'S: FINEST AND ]FLORIDA'S Deaths In Games of 1905: Exceed .'I'm not the one to do this thing. It Hotel Colonnades SKAIWEEZE, FLoltlDA.

LAKOESl' AND BEST YEAR-KOUND HOTEL. should come from a body of men rpptvacntlng ,
All Other Years. : the uulvorsltr. No. I'll DOt

such meeting I'm In favor of
call any
Now open for lIelsonIO..G.\! .
anything that will take the dangerous
NINETEEN KILLED AND :MANY HURT of the but I'm not
features out game NKW OW lm'SlIIP. NEW: MANAKMENT:<
'. going to start It. There will be objeotlonnblo -

Vuunw Ulrl Slain In Cnnte.t'lth foaturen in the game until the Cuisine ITmtxcellud. All Nortlieru help

playing/ rules sure revised.\ "
Oilier I'lnrrr of If Own ..x-I nl Booklets
,
Kate on Application.
In ITesldent Kllofs uulvor tty nineteen
ser.itrut Pc.u.ylvanla Tk. Lend
non Including Theodore Itooso
d In Srrklutf! tu Kllnilnnte Ilralnlli: velt Jr.. received lujurli'in running the 1 -1'l OKO.: II. KENNETT, Manager

I, \'lv.. at Coll w* .'....l.lcu .. gamut from buttered ears null flattened -
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i.rrryr i' rrrn nones to fractured arm and legs. -- -
F All records: for football brutality t 1'I'IUSYii.LH
I'renldontVll8on of Princeton expres.s.il ,
were smashed during tho hpito-m recently himself In wyuipnthy with any

closed Nays the New York revision of rules tlutt will make football -

World. loss: diingerona. I'rlucetou'n roe Sembler Cottage TITUSVILLE. PI.OUIDA.

Nluoti'cu lives were nncrlfl<
I / liy nix the black record of 10oI. : nix mon. the most serious Injury Open All the Year. Omul r.tiiinl! and Attention,

: whllo the number of c-nsu.-iHIf greatly being< to C. Hi-own, P.HIS) whose collarbone K K: \:M>\A U L K It A T KH.

: surliasNed that of any i rcvloiia ye.-u'. wns broken In (it-notice. tens Two doors dolt F..K. C. lliii way Station, TlluHvllKi.
Although, \VIsu-oiisln unlvoi-sity's :
t lbd'e are the football fatalities In tin e.scnpod with ouo serious Injury tho MUS. A. ... S.: IIJJ.I+a,. 1'roprlotrohs.

last thirteen yours: his cheekbone ,
c"ptnln.'IIII.It'I'bo4.'rn.. having ----------------- ---- ------ -

1893.................. 8 1900..4 fractured rind elbow tllnlocnted
1801.................. 7 11K11isus \) ................. .. :9 C. It. Van Illao, declares PEACOCK HOUSE, TITIWVIM.IC. I FLA.
& CULT/ENS ................... 4 11J1I2..1 Its president
DODGE OWNERS AND I'norztIETOlt9.
-- --- - 18V6..... ............. V 10WI.: ....... ........ ...118U7 In a telegram: as!! being, willing to ui!! First-class; Ilonril nt Knnsmiiiblo: K.Uttn.: Knslnunint. and! Retell Orooory ID
- ----- -- ---- .. ...............10 1904.........,....., .,.1 suet lu reforming football but ho doen connection MIi$. M. I.. PEACOCK, Prop.)

s1. and Cedar Streets. ISlJ8.................. 8 lwo: ................ ...11' not want the giiint, abolished.rresldeut .
WESTMORELAND HOTEL\ Day : 189! ...................U Schurmuu of: Cornell salt

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Of the grout number of injured n.lI that ho had told I'resldent Roosevelt 1lOCICI.1:1)(11::,

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- full the following won the uiont erlously tit the recent conference In "'IIthlultton : -

hurt: that he favored t'llml1111 I ting lirntnlIty -

ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water Brown. Ilunry. SOO East One llumlrut from the KUUIO of football. He will Hotel Indian River UOCKLKimU,

and Sixteenth itlreiit. Manhattan; brok M 1'ouiiHylviiiilitaoveaieut. '
aid! lu the University of
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. Alls collar bone.Ilenderman> I KLOIUDA.KNTlUKf.Y .
Five of Cornell's taco werolutrt
Holy Cro"M, at VToreeiUwliladw. ,
.-eet earn pans the door. Hates *: 2.. to *:2.f>0 per day. kicked In lit'ad. during the season.I'mevtdeut .
flood; Matthew l'ol..rllon, K. J. ; Hull Itenjninln Mo Whoclor or :: KICVOVATKI: and MODBUV\ ) : TllltOUOllOt'T.
la-s. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.The .
log broken. the University of California\ tllld.II'I',1tl111t

Harmon right, George uhoukler.Kriumui ]t. S ; fractured the gains. has!! outgrown Its Inteutlons. It IN situated in an Orange (trove, and In the heart of the !garden< . spot of Florida.!

New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. RUNS, Columbia Medliml school; right "It Is too highly developed," hoBUld. A milttopical region on tho hank of .tlio famous Indian! River.
!lots badly Itiuilmil.Itellmun "Mr.; Cutup) Hnd. others among

-On tho American and European Pl.in' Cuss, I'iltuburg; Internul In- the self appointed conuultteo on ruleslava !!

Under new ma... jtem Dt. Newly fnrnlHliort and renovated. A pleasant Jut leu.Iunc.. Joseph, Dollovllle, N. J.; eye proialHitl reforms, but they have C'UISINIO HA\II AS AT KUMCUON HOTEL( KLUEKON: { X. J.
family. homo. Rates: American Plan &:!.IIII) and *2 50; European, fiOcts gouged out.Behwlnn never rome. Now we shall have to revise .
and up. All cars form Union t Station: stop at tho iloor. Harry, North End ..1C.. oNewurli the rules ourselves."

II. W. H.\XCOCKl'J''prletor. ; three rllm. fractured llniulltoa colleKO\ at Utlou, N. Y.. Hnatlug, Hunting, PUIiing, Orchestra Kin.

The beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the V'anderboom.; urm broker> Captain Wisconsin university which hUll hud no serious' accident ou )t"omsllh or whiling baths Rater: : faou: )() to $;.;.1111.

name mana emont. UondcTos Ira Wllllmiuitlc( Conn.; eye the gridiron\ this season, H In favor or
desiroycil. strict enforcement of the rules of lire W JORDAN Also. Manner( ur ELBEltONetlo'rltr..
J. Mgr
]award, Paul, fullback; collar bone !tame, so us to do away with brutality Kiln-ion, .

New Hotel Windle} JACKSONVILLE }-' .oml>A. biokcn.Ctliimoro. 1'resMcnt Slryke "1IIt"I: am Millingmy -- _. -- .,
Arclilo, Trenton, N. J.; collar -
IS) East. Forsyth Street. bono broken. siren shall take chances on tho gridIron -
]\11':Hltl'I"I'.
Denmm, John, Trenton N. J.; broken, 1C the 'game Is kept clean. I nn ., ,
Center -------------- - -- - -
of cool first-class nil best --
City ; nlry looms; appointment Tho none. In sympathy with the U. of r. effort.

$2 to $2.r American plan house in the city. Open all the ,''Car European Murray two places, Hoy, Sterling 111.; leg. brokenIn At Hi-own university, Providence, It RIVER VIEW HflTFI :MKUIUTT ISLAND, FLA.

ale IH/IIJU/ On tho banks of tho Indian Klver.OpioHlto .
staled that win
Gelber, Charles Tamaqtia Pat: con- I., It was Benson
$1 bus
plan per day, ono peison. Free from trains and Htoamxlilps, Near
ciiHHlon of brain. rcmn.rkn.bly free from accidents( only liocklt-dga! mid Cocoa atltl, 10nK. Fine hunting, Hunting, unit FUUliitf. -
all car lines. Special weekly rates C. H. SMITIF, Prop.ST. Andursun 1::. J., Colgate university; collar hurt. Ills
being
bone broken. one mini, KejnoUls. hates per day, i ifJ.pO: aid fa.Oui: ; por week, $1.1; ,00 and upward.Willo .

Whitman henry, ICnlckorbooker team: Hiiklu wns broken early h lit tho. Kcnuon. for booklet.W. (I. t.OKK, Prop.

AUGUSTIN12. kneecap brokmuliollonback After tho dentil of Vernon Wise of -
\V., U. of P.; leg broken. the OtiU IVrlc High ashen!, ClilcnRo, tin.
Possey Slnil.ilr. 189 Qarllelil place faculty forbade further games durlu; luILIt)111tN1': :.
concunnlan of brain.
Brooklyn
; BCUHOII.'IHO'H death was cinisei!. ,
the
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Crocker, UeoiKO C., Kxoter academy:
Inlcrnul InJurli'B.Vent It Is. stated by brutality of the cost
MI.LBOIJRNE: FLORIDA.llrevnl.l ,
HOTEL ALCAZAR ST. AUOUSTIVK. "\ Ohio Northern unlverilty; head Vlclon-4 sort ho being! poundod nkicked < New Hotel Carleton, County.
cut open
.
Lyon Swarthmoro; no"" broken. n. he lay proHlriitc.The "Highest mid Hmillhlest' point on lie INDIAN IUVKU." Hotel

AVymiin, Rutgers; right Ian broken. death of John Hummergllt oKniuUllii with wide vorandas. Sunltniv' plumbing, guns,lluht< bath rooms on
Pe.klne. Ht. John's college, AnnitpulU: \ college, I'heKter, Tn., was. tile every door, and pilvatu. bnlliH, flu Intro hoar and truod thinking water.
arm broken.I'lerce> '. result of his being deliberately\ kl<-l\l'.1 l Two blocks horn Kiillrnnd 1 million, and l near Crano Crook launch

Harvard; broken nosa. lu tie .stomach. He started to wall harbor. Excellent.. Hidiiug and II UIlIII1""' l Now Hall. toward, end; broken collar' bone
%! Open <%i Harrlntfton, Harvard senior; fractured, homo from the game and dropped 1 deiulTho ,.1. \l. FEUUl'HON.

skull. Columbia college\ faculty are ----- ---r----- --

Dillon I'rlnceton; nono broken. much exercised, over the harsh treatment ,
brown, Princeton; broken collar burro.Mason accorded their men by the Vennsylvunui Hotel Bellevue MKLUOUKNK:, FLOKIDA.
Trinity college, halfback; collarbone ,
JOS. P. GP YES, Manager. broken. plurers the other tiny. They A healthy winter rusoiGon high pine laud, over-looking( [ndian Klver.
of the at
abolishing
are talking, gnino
Of the iiinettMMi ;youthn slaughtered( Columbia ougliis Carter (,.>lumbl.11 Rates: f:J and upward) per day. Hpeclul rates per week or soason.Wilto .
eleven were high school Illu3'i'J.t.: Ten
\ Is in sniilUirlnui III for rates to-
fullback a prlvnlu
-- -- -- -- -- --- were huy of seventeen and under, and
AYTOXA.. three were seasoned college men, i>rv- New York a* a result 01 crlmningeHo MAOAM K. M. CAMI'll):111.: It. W. CAM I'BELL, nMounge'r.
.
U suffering from the rite Injury of
i euiuulily fit for the vigors of the gnus.The ) : 1'roprlvtor,
of (the spinal column. I'hlllp
a xpraln
lint of severely Injured will l'pucl1'ov'J'
Von Ha I((711 of tho name team !U. nursing - - --
House l.'U which exceeds nil previous
Daytona DAYTONA, FLORIDA. II friicluro of the foot nnI' IUIU':, N. V.
records by u score or tnoru. -
The first death ou record of a foiullUne -
Open all the Year. Block from Postoffico, dank and 1'rlncipal Stores. football player occurred during The) Chicago) Tribune recently: received
telegrams frou inn BiflrMORE, Y. c
the following
Hates: tOO: per day; special by tho week.C. the, seUBon, the victim being Miss Her Kenilworth
of unlverslllen and collegesin
presidents
nadelte Decker, eighteen ;yc nrn 0111.ltught'r I'I"AII' AtcIlKVIf.K
A. KENNEY, I'ropiletor. of a lending oIltMnn ofClIInlprlulltI. ! nil parts of the country lu reply to

Formerly of "Tlio Kennlce." requests!! for comments. on the large
Md. In -a rough Hcrinimuxe -
footbii mortality and accident list this OPEN THROUGHOUT 'l'JII'J I <:AIt.
; uniotig girls: of her school she re-
Clrr! that Into year: '
Injurlp developed
PrL'fddetit Harper of Chicago unlversl KIH1AU II. WOOKK, 1'roprlotor,
ficuto orltouitU.
The ty wus too ill to express his. views 011
Cleveland
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. Aroused by the nppnlllng record oltlio y
hit statement
the cjiieHtlon. lu plucu u
year, H iiioveinent IIIIH been liiuuKu- was obtained from I'rofensor Sheller' :lImw YUKK.
rated ,by tha faculty of the Uuivernlty
Slatthews, dean of the divinity school -- - -------- ------
of I'eanHylvanla to iiiji-ct u tame Hplrlt
who tutu I:
into the nport. The U. of 1'. out
came
S. 15. GREEN football tottuy IK n aortal obsessloii
"t-13 Proprietor. the other dRY In favor of u strict revision Hotel Marlborough
education
a boy killing prostituting.
,
of rules and will seek the <'(>-t>ptTotloii -
glad\iuturlul sport. It teaches virility ,
of nil tho colleges throughout the
and courage, but no does war I do not liroadway, :il'Itli!' rind ;.TTth Streets, Now Yoik.
JIAYTONA IIKAC'H. country. know what should take 1U. place but
Telegram recently received from Completely Renovated and tmnnfoimed i In every .Iepal tmont. Most centrally
the tihotild not the
now game' require located hotel on llroadaay. EI.KCTKUJ; LIUHTtt and TELEPHONK;
presidents of many of the college Indicate -
services! of n phynlclnn, tho inalntonanco -
In In the lioiisn
Lone Bay Inn! DAYTONA HEACH, FLORIDA. hearty support of the movement.* of u hospital and the cnlehrutlon KUiCOl'KAN every room: PLAN.KKI' !tOOhl.... 2X bath rooms. Hnte1.\ .:>n and upwnid -
In n letter sent out l the U of I .
>y "
Formerly Ooodull. of fnnernls. without bath. $:J and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom! and bath $3
faculty to every college In the countrya 1'reHlcloiit Ciivanatigh of Notre Dame and upward." Parlor, two bedrooms and. bath 95: and upward.

First door east of PostoQlce. states: f l.:'O to $:!.OO; sjiecial by the week. I rule Is: recommended preventing (he thinks football! too good n sport to boabollsliril HWKENEY-TIEKNEY HOTEL: COM IANY,
procurement of good players. from oth- ,
) entirely, hut lulvines that K.: TIKUNKY, Manner.
18-4 MRS. I. DAUOIIARTY, Proprietor. er colleges "by social or money JttOucetucuU ,since nuMt accidents occur among un. . .
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; also the rdnyera wrist In fu .nimiHHt nlilv, ,,f-M It Hlinntit tin done
-- ---
---r- turo bo genuine students. of the colleges away with;In'the high, schools.: .

they represent. No student who has 1'rcHldcnt Hopkins of >VillInnn col-
White House DAYTONA DRACIT FLORIDA. taught! all vie tic for MalloryLines
AXI? sport pecuniary lego says tho game has cost more than

ANNEX profit shall be allowed to play; on a It is worth and Is doomed unless) It can

college team. Rules are recommended ho chnntretl rndlmlly. but "to take all _

On Seabreeze avenue, near Ocean and Automobile Raco Course mulcting penalties for "unJleCCflSR 1" the struggle and peril out of it would

roughness, piling up, the use of the Just about spoil It."
House lienovated. Good Nortlieru Cooking; Terms moderate. SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
open hand and elbows, slugging kneeling President :Macf eun of Iowa Btatotmlveratty

and other equally unsportsmanlike mlvlses conference In
Is-I' E. L. HOWARD, Owner and Manager. conduct" which representatives, of secondary and most thoroughly equipped passenger teanuhlp on the coast.

Any player who after being suspended schools nhoiilil, be Included. -NO OVERCROWDINO

r SfAltlUa'ZIL for brutality unU repeat tho offense. STATEROOMS ARK! POSITIVELY: OUABAN'rFEDonthese: ;

shall be dismissed from collet/ Tho One n".nol" F..tu.., IMPORTANT will be sold
.hips' all no tickets to exceed the number of berths,
rules If Indorsed by all tile colleges, A Kentucky woman Is. responsiblefor the of !(ails thus Indlvldna
i or seating capacity Dining Insuring.all passengers|
will Into effect next
go season. till following story.
: The Seaside Inn DAYTONA IJEACIf, FLA.In The death of Hitrold I'. Moore of Og- "In the tobacco region of my state," : service annul attention.

densbnrg, N. Y., the other day In New I old she, "the men live and move and PASSENOER3 LEAVE JACKdONVILLK:: EVERY KKI DAY.
York will have the effect according to inve their" being In the leaf
now" open for the winter neanon, under the roiinaeement of the owner, smoky (See Schedule of Ship In Florida Times-Union l '
HORACE P. 8TE\V AR'I". handsome and new, situated on Daytona word that has been received, of abolishing Iliere was u woman whose husband

Ueach, the hotel U modern In all its appointment, with large, airy, p'e-1' the game at Union college, where died lie bad born nn all around badsort
LOWEST UATKS: TCt NEW YORK AND ALL POINTrt
ant rooms overlooking the ocean .nd opposite KeallD '* Casino; and Pier. he was a student. President Raymond and therefore when the bishop NORTH
Terms moderate of that college has )long been an of the diocese culled ho was surprised Including dellghttiil DAYLIGHT HAIL, through the

BORACE K. STEWART. Owner nod Manager I ardent supporter of reform In football to flail the widow crushod. with grief. FAMOUS "MEA ISLANDS."

tactics. This year be boa. expressed lIe tried to (console bat, finding; her
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himself. vigorously against the brutality obdurate, be finally became Irritated. Through: ticket sold to all northern point. For full Information regarding at

manifested In all the college game "You know perfectly well.' said he raotion offered by no other line; diagram, renorvat1n, ticket, et.:., apply to

JOB PRINTING After the killing of )Moore Chancellor sternly I 'that he won a derider of rev ARTHUR W. PIE 214
Passenger Agent West Sreet Florida
Bay Jacksonville
MacCracken of the New York univer Iglon., that he gambled away all your ,

city Impressed that some stringent action property and that be was on unfaithful -- . -- - --- - - - -- -- -- ..

Executed at the office of the should be taken against football itisband.'

brutality in future, teat u telegram toI're1tltleIlt 'I know bUhop. I know,' sobbed THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

Eliot of Harvard asking Urn the poor woman 'but I had. a great
EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. to take the Initiative HI. telegram deal to be thankful for. Ho never !

stirred the president npLbut! not In! Vie chewed tobacco.' "Xew York Press. IJ01't: ALL KINIW: 0V JOU PRINTING AT UKASOXABLK KATEt







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J IF. ff'Nf.ltifKF001t...MM..#...a-s..Mtf.O..aFflfaf..0)fOtfrfiitK* EASTERN STAR INSTALLA- ADDITIONAL LOCALS.Mr. P=NNEY (3z $RANTT=NG-

: dealers in diu. TION. ,

4) .E : mondehaveother J. II. Sams, of Courtenay, wan THE UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIERS,
a 1 precious stones
v; There wax a regular meeting of Filend- In town on Wednesday. MEN'S AND BOYS'
1t: FURNISHERS
since' the establishment of ship Chapter No. 11 Order of Eastern
our ,
i I ******** *****#**********? Algers] Books for Boys, Games, Gardner
t Star, Tuesday evening; and after the '
a I l 4i1 } r business in 18' 8, and direct importers for more than 20 years. :*:: transaction of the regular business, the -Mr. John R. Walker has rented two I'loricl1

f, iv Chapter proceeded to Install those whose of Ills furnished houses!, but has two SCII LOSS BROS'
, jj == We save the middleman's profit=
you
r
= names were published solely In the EAST more to rent.
P

"t -tctt tcK COAST ADVOCATE after the election. -Mr. Oco. F. Ensey, of Tropic, was L Fine Ready-made Clothing
I t l1 cs. cclow; ( i i iV.L.IUI B. R. Wilson was Installing officer, In town Wednesday, buying a big $1O 1 to $1 8.

e 1 (' Ii \VItITK F OIL OURCATALOGUK. ttK and Geo. 1\[, Robbing, marshal ; and ns stock of Christmas goods. -- I

-Ktt soon as everything' In order, tL'o KNOX, STETSON and II I
\ IMl'OHTUKS f -Hot weather tho past two days has AWES
I elected ones were duly Installed and took
;:: 41 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fl.i. ::: their respective stations, which they will caused summer clothing to again appear, Hats I I
} and doors and windows are thrown wide
5+ wfAl ; h *k************************************************** hold until the next Installation rolls
open. $3. to $5. I
,I i+ : around. I
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pt911; I' :E=I.. L. 1v.IC: ::> [ CHURCH NOTICES. The following were installed and dominated -Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Allen and '' SCHWAB CLOTHING CO., --I
'I : baby have moved from the Duren 1ious3 |

Mrs G. M. Robbins, Worthy Matron. on Julia street to another house of Mr.Duren's Ready-made Clothing for ':
Kov. Walker Boys'
Mlllideo will
hold
: services Jno. )R. Walker, Worthy Patron. In North Titusville.
follows
as : Miss Catherine !:Sams Associate Matron $1.50 t to $10 All Sizes.
,
I Cocoa. St. 1\1\ ark'8 church. Holy Miss Kate Stewart, Conductress.Miss ..PENNEY & BRANNIVG have just re- J '

'1' ; Communion at 10:30: p. m., on Sunday, Jessie Sanders. Associate Cond.) ceived a large shipment of Boy Over -- ---- .
'
Dec. :2itb.Tltnsvillo.. Miss Zandle: Stewart, Treasurer.Mrs. ., :, ) y' EDWIN CLAPP and CJtOSsK I' I
41vl ,
and them.
coats. Call Bee H
\ St.Gabrlel's Episcopal U. R. Wilson, Secretary. t (
OLD church. Special evening service and Mrs. F. A. Morgan; Ruth -Com. J. II. Allen, large property :; Shoes I
,
l 1. Sunday School Christmas tree, Sunday Mrs. Jno. Walker, Ada. I
RYE owner at the Ilaulover, returned here
; U,1 ; Doc :21th. On Christmas Day there will[ Mrs. M. A. !Scrlmgeour, Martha 7 l $3 to $6.50. i
I 1 Inb be morning prayer and Holy Communionat M rs. .1. R line, ElJther. yesterday, from Punta Gorda, where he 4i, t a rv

10:30: a. m. Mrs. J. D. !Sams: Electa. went to start his yacht oft to Tltusville.Mrs. . MANHATTAN[ and QUAKER ('ITY
,
Rev. John Walker will hold services Chas. n. Walton, Warder II. C. Sparkman, of Zolfo, Fla., -
1
as services as follows: J. L. Carrutbers, Sentinel. n.n.aay, i' Shirts
1). R. Wilson, Marshal. arrived In Titusvlllo on Saturday ]last, to )CHL(' ;S BROS.&Co.
d ; Melbourne. Sunday 24th, Holy Trinity Geo. M. Robbins, Chaplain the with :Mrs. InoClothea Makers '
spend holidays SparkmRn'smother bOKT and
STIFF
church. FRONTS
I -Morning prayer at 10:30: a. m.
31 >
I g1 yhY This ended the business for the evening Mrs. Kate Myers, at the Alpine]
I' Eau Gallie, Sunday 2th, .St. John's -- $1.25 to $2.00.
,, "' church Evening prayer at 7.JO:; o'clock. and the Chapter closed, to again Cottage. At all times a complete stock of everything -

( Fine Liquors, Wines, Bible class at 30::! p. m. Christmas Day, meet In Titusville at 1tfOp.m.'I'ues-: : that MEN AND BOYS WEAR. QUEEN QUALITY

L ; ,, I Ales, Stout, Etc. morning prayer at 10:30: a. m. day, January 2nd, IIJO -Miss Florence Colmar, who has been All goods marked in plain figures

ly } jfiTSenil me your orders I Melbourne, Christmas Day, Holy Trin- visiting her sister Mrs. Lovelace, of Strictly One Price to All. Shoes f for LadiesMail
t ity church.-Kev. Dr. OuUose will celebrate Tampa, arrived In Tltusville, !last night,
1
t ;TITUSVILLE and CJCOA, tho. Holy Communion at 10:30:: LAUNCH UNADILLA. to spend some time with Dr. and Mrs. orders specialty.. $2.50 to $3.50.
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E. E. Rollins.
Titusvllle.-St. Gabriel's church, Friday The above launch was anchored oil These brands me lecogulzod! leaders in style, fit and finish. Sold only by Loaders. ..
Robbins &: Graham at 7:30: p. m., choir rehearsal. Photo and Post-card Albums, Gardners.
the Titusvllle wharf on Wednesday, en WE SELL THE BEST TITAT MONEY CAN BUY

9 The following'program has been arranged route from New York to Palm Beach Master Rufus Robbins arrived home -- --- - -

(Incorporated.) : for the morning service at the and Miami. lItloll rll. ,..... B. Fenn, the ]last night, from Itollins College, Winter

it I, I PAID UP CAPITAL *_:r>, Flint Itaptist church, Titusville, on Sun- owner; and his friend, E. M 1'ylor, were Park; and Miss Louise Brown Is expected ++...N.N......+..0*..... .*....+.**+..+..<>..0..+....

,4h, Ij r This company owns day, December 21, lilO.'i\) : pleasant callers at the ADVOCATE office home to-day or to-morrow from the + V. A. AfoiwiA
I L dfit &T ID Organ Voluntary."Melody In IT". .RubeiiHtelnMm. on Wednesday morning, and said they same college.Mr. .. ..
C. James Denham. .
had had a very rough passage: down II G. Kent, hotel representative 2
,' t'T. a the Indian River Country; On Hyvun."Hail Thou Long Expected Jemm"
Chorus with Violin Obligate.............. from Savannah on their boat, and no who has been on a.trip as far as

Luolo River; at Now River and .. .. . .. . ....... . "Como and Worship" money could Induce them to return Miami, stayed over In Titnsville a day :

i > Blaoayne. Prices to suit the hymn .. ........AI with UladneM) Men of Old" home the same way, as their lives had or so, on his way to Daytona and Jack I RED PHARMACY |

m y6 Send for Land Lint. Soprano Solo."LoiiK Ago the Mldnlulit Strain" repeatedly being In danger during their sonville. ,
> Mrs C. J.DoOjham. Mr. .
fl organ by Wngor.
Offices at Titusville and Hymn... "Joy to the World, the Lord ban. Come" stormy cruise to Florida. '-1\II Maude Willard of Miami ..
spent
.
4'F r1, PoBtltule.... .... .... ..... .... .,...:.. .. .March The Unadilla Is 41ft. beam, lift draft, .
/ flH P' a day or so the first of the week, visitingher
w1r. Clolrt; 8uprano -Mrs. Harry Wilson, MUnes i and draws 3ft. It has a cabin of solid / TITUSVILLE FLORIDAA :
aunt, Mrs. E. W. Hall, and cousins! : -
,
Kate Stewart and Contralto-
Fanny Budge.
East Coast Meat mahogany throughout, with sleeping accommodations .
Miss Mamie Hurt. Has, .. Mr. A. D. I'ennoy. Mrs D. B. Pritchard and Mr. W. It.
for eight people. Onboard Complete Stock oft -
OrganiKt-Mrs. C.James Dontmm. Hall, of Tltusville.

I'' t, G. F. DUREN, Agent. The sermon by Rev. W. C. JlcCal) were Mr. and Mis. J, A. Fenn, I i !
New Xmas goods daily Gardner's.Prof. .
I Mr. E. M. Tylor and Captain Pearson. t PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS'SUNDRiES.f7'Preeeriptions .
1r'y'' ' will be of special Interest to the young
a::: The weather was so stormy all the J. M. Latlin expects his
I people. Topic: "The Millennial Menagerie -
of W ." way from Savannah that had the Una friends-Senator LaRoche, and Messrs. : Filled with the j i
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t l CI2 The evening service will begin promptly dills: being. anything but a staunch craft, J. Ross Valentine and Wm. Banks- : Utmost Care and Prompt\tude"\ '" :
tl : 1ii she would never have reached Tltusville. down here next week to take
cruiseon
s a !
l'I I .;Iti s ]Invited at 0:15: to) o'clock.be present.CHRISTMAS Everybody. cordially Mrs Fenn stuck to the boat like a hero the houseboat, C.ipt. Jack. i WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER. i ii

A N all through the storms, which did so
P Attorney Geo. 1\1. Robbins who has
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r l lalfi much( damage to coastwise shipping.
rp TREES.As The Unadilla expects to start southwards been In Jacksonville, several days this i Etc
Novelties Souvenirs
; ;I E, _. k to.day. week attending to law matters l Is ex- Toys j
j = pected home to-day. To-morrow he will ,
Q.o far as at present known there will .
leave for Point Caswell
X. C.If .
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be two Sunday School Christmas treesIn PHONES IN OPERATION. j Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes
r'1' I TITUSVILLE, Titusvllle-one at St. Gabriele Episcopal you have any houses or rooms to .

FL.o'I church, Christmas Eve; and the rent, send us your ad. at once, as we are : Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces! Fine Candies, and all other articles kept

f other at the Methodist( church, on Tuesday -' Mr.\ G. L. Mandavlilo and staff of men getting a number of letters from.: ol'th. : by up-to-date drug stores. J

.h J. L. \ evening, Dec 2lth( -tho day follow hive: been busily engaged this week, Installing ern people, askiDg:' for particulars of

I TITUSVILLE FLA. lug Christmas, telephones In various places of houses and rooms aloug the East Coast .j ::::: r"\Ve give prompt and careful attention to all mail ordets. .:

s Mima will have Christmas business and private houses in Tltus .................................. ...................
..1"d r ; Contracts for all kinds of a : tree on vllle. Order your, Oysters, Turkeys, Chickens, .

d ,, Bomlnlng, Staining Finishing Saturday evening, Deo. 2.lrd.: Backbones nnil. !Stiiaiat.. ...Ilia_ fiflat.. .. _-
Air Mandavlilo will have his telephone -- ---- -, for ---------------- ------ ---- -

'r) I t' O l p1 consistent Hanging with at the good most ren The usual big Christmas tree and services business In such a state of completion by milS at Duren's Meat Market\ 100000000......................... ....... .+f00. ltsrptY
y
will be held at LaGrango on Saturday Chrlstmaf Day as to warrant the openingof -Mr. and Mrs Frank T. Budge and

All Work on the East evening, December 23id.: the line to the public. Of course all family, of Miami ; and Mr. and Mrs i C i D.

The following program has been arranged the phones will not be In place by that T. Blake Walker, of Jacksonville, are .

/ Especially Solicited- for the Chrlitraas Treo exorcises time, but a large percentage will be, and expected In Titusville to-morrow, to <<

I ii Lot me knowjwhat you want and of the Methodist chinch, which will beheld the others will be placed. I la operation as spend Christmas with Capt. and Mrs G. L. Mamlaville, the Jeweler, Is ready for :
: I estimate on It. Prompt ou :: Business In his new location. <<
Tuesday the force of
I evening: soon as men at work can James Pritchard.
given to all work.py .
Prelude,.?. ..,.."Allegretto" ..........Hayden. do so. i :
Clerk A. A. Stewart and
-County
I s Organ voluntary airs O.J. J>enh"", Mr. Mandavllle deserves much praisefor son <<
N''
i l ( Came Upon the Midnight Clear".A.Sullivan Mr. Clad Stewart, returned borne, Saturday
Stanley the enterprise he has shown Id start
+ Choir and 8upranoObllgato by ;Mri. Denham last, from Bonaventure, after superIntending Sales room I Repair Shop" O.tloal I'lirlm :
It I i' ; E Dealer In- .... _...Beloctod.......1Ir. Itollins ing this business which will be of such the I 'f I
: I packing of the crop from Mtmonlc l1ull<1lnl&'. I PnntntcellullilliiK.. :
SoI0..8eleoto.I..Mr.W.Wlnterhagcr vast convenience and benefit to the people
FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY, I '.. ....... ... .lly the Castor, Rev. W. F Allen of Titusville and vacinlty. their fine orange grove, which they sold : <<
Sung....-..."Angela from the Realms" of 0101')'" to Mr.\ C. D. Provost, of Georgiana. *****************************************************

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#' Tobacco, Pipes, Candles Fancy hens mid Freda. Walker n
N I and Temperance pi Inks. Selection..., .Mr. W."'. Wintorliager HUNTING IN TITUSVILLE. BVNANAS, APPLES NUTS, CANdies .

i i ( I The following brands of cigars .... ...."ChrlHtian. awaks".......E. Marco and every thing else In our line EL._ :se D ::s O_
nt $2.25: : per box of C>0: .
lly Mri.C. James Denham, with Violin Ol- Mr. C. II. of that you will need to make Christmas
lacey, a prominent resident
p Ii I pi Jlumboldt, Key West Smokers llgato by ;Mr. W. T. Wlntorhager, and Organby per.fcct.Vagonor & Co. -DEALERS IN-
/ Cremo, Cubauas, I'ohnlskl. Mr. 12.11. Wagor. of Wavolaud, came up to Titus. GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,

; $ r :Flinch. Cards, 50o.; Hand Made[ the Dolls for Christiniw". ....A. F. Loud ville Wednesday, to do a little quail -Mr. and :frs. L. II. Bruce, of Evanston ,
4 Hats, :25o.!i Choir ana Soprano Solo by Mrs. Harry shooting with Dr. Rollins. They went III., arrived In Titusville We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS
t STUAUT, Wilson. out yesterday morning, and returned to Saturday We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit;: the trade of all COD um'
Choir l S"l'rnnoB-\r.; Hurry WI.on.IIHleB: night, for the season, and their many ers. Write us for prices or Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.E. .
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t ----- Stewart and Fanny \lludge., Contralto- town with 32 quail. Birds have been Indian River friends are pleased to see L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.TAGTTE .

i XX E. Vesey Hall Manila Kurt. 'J'.nor-Rev. W. F. Allan, very plentiful this section, and Mr. J,. them here again. They expect to spend - -
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-Mr.A.I). 1'enney. Violinist-Mr. W.T. C. Ilrannlng and party, since the season
I i I some time at their camp at the Ilaulover
Fla. .
's Oeorgiana, Orgaulitt-Mrs.C.James UenliHin.
opened, have killed over 800 quail. This Canal-hunting and fishing. : ] ;: & CQ::

9 q . :BOt:: :B"' : BAND does not Include birds killed by all the :.

I CONCERT.The other hunters who start almost dally -Mrs. Stetson, of Fort Pierce, who -Dealer In-
i I Agent for New Superior :: from Tltusville.Mr. ( accompanied her boy Frank, to St. Aug- AND
I Have 4 h. on hand 1 call and STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT
p. ; Indian River Band! will give: a Racey has: again goue hunting nstine, to undergo an operation for appendicitis ,

, r I v Estimates and prices turnl ou Christmas Day at the band to-dny, with Mr. Wm. M. Prindle. returned home yesterday, and PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
f TITUS .
application. VILLK FLORIDA.
q !, near the Indian River hotel, at told an ADVOCATE!: reporter that the op- -

) a. in. The following are some of the A CHRISTMAS DANCE.Let eration was a success, and her son was

:IJ'' THE ANHEUSER : getting along as well as could be expect

? .... .... .......!Lieutenant Etautelamnns" everyone be on hand Christmas: ed under the circumstances Wro. R. Walker

t ..... .... ...... .. ...... ...."Mlyof the Nile." the
Brewing Overture .... .... ...."American Jockey" night at Opera house, Tltusvllle, CHRISTMAS PRESENTS We are -- Dealer In -

........ ."Tliulmn"..... ..with baritone ..0101.Irch where one of the most fashionable dance now receiving one of the moat pretty, Sta/plo dn.d:: Fatl.cy: :: Grocerie: : ,
Famous. At. I.oula' Keg : ....... ....... ..... .. ...:"Unolo &,"nlY" of the season will take place. The Tltusvlllo up-to-dateineofgoods) for Christmas(

li ., d fled lleer.Bolil .. .. .... .... .........'Impromptu" \ orchestra will perform on this presents! you ever saw on the East : Fruits. and:: VegatableceKay
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I t> !MeRnn.. F.A. . a isplcioua occasion. Coast. .
l j They are superb-looking articles : G-rscira. ewo.d. Foe .
: : ::
I t.;,, R. I,. MotlowTltit WALTON ENTHUSIASTIC. so do not send away for anything ,

H Mr. It.r.. :Mot low, A ST. AUGUSTINE BALL. for we have just what you want. Re- -Your Patronage SolicitedTITUSVILLE. -

''r 1 Editor Charles It. Walton. of the KAT member, some of these. articles are FLORID\. _

JOSEPH ZAPF & ADVOCATE anlvedln Jackson. Mrs. Henry M. Flagler will give a ball, now" on view. Call: and see them at

on Saturday, on a visit to frl..ads. on or about the 20th Instant, In honor of Red CroHs Pharmacy Titusvllle.Dr. INDIAN RIVER FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
t Sole ICE
fry reports things in Tltusville\ as being Miss Klthlettn' Ingrahum, the charming
Gaines Wui ley, of St. August
young daughter of Mr.[ and Mrs.[ J. E. FLA.
) a flourishing: condition, and! says there ,
610 to 020:! West
Bay ine had
a happy-looking:: countenanceon : I o.
,f' not a vacant store lu to"'n. "All ,, Ingrahain. The ball will take place In Is prepared! to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose Special attei
Monday morning and ADVOCATE
the Hotel Ponce de Leon. upon an .
l'r JACKSONVILLE the East Const Improvnments are reporter paid: sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T.
enquiring as to the
'v - --- ---- going ahead," said :Mr. Walton, "but T. WETMORE Proprietor. .
John White & Co. I cause, he was Informed that Dr. Volley
t when Mr. Klagler goU. Ms railroad ANOTHER LOG ROLLING.
'1 I LOUISVILLE. KY. ,; '' wa to leave that evening for Greenville,
tnlshed to Key West then will
'. commence
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tNau.ew cwt S. C., to marry :Miss Ansell, one of the
s n4a.N..NN r'I the biggest boom the East Coast Tltusville Camp No. Ill, Woodmen of
'I'It rie most popular belles In the town. Congratulations ADVOCATE
::1 P FURS ever had Editor Walton 1 1'1 very enthusiastic the World, had another big log rolling I to you, Gaines SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE

over the Est Coast and Mr.agler. on Monday night when five candidates
t I ; and Hides.
t : '1, ( wM.. .-From Tuesday's Jacksonville were Initiated Into the mysteries of ADVOCATES! for sale at the Red

.I t a.w .? h 'limes-Union. Woodcraft. Cross Pharmacy, TItutvIlle. S FOR. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING .

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to the economy argument either of average Christmas gift I sospcnders ..AltI.'IK\! had quits oa
time or money; but you ran everlast and smoke the lovely cigars that a himself that be cared for,
CHRISTMAS I ugly bet that she won't. 1 concede man gets at the teethe season, but t J lather than John'Little's heir
the indivduality and personality get trials enough when 1 dud that the M gate found his Indignation at'
Some of the things they are turning sawdust pincushion fllltnff has got I II apprehension of, his motives quI
TRIALS OF
A out at home-how that word slips Olllcouldo't mixed up with my diet We have gut lowed tip in the misery of r_
be equaled for uniquenessand sawdust enough around the place to I that he wan being laughed at;
FAMILY MANly daring blizarreness outside of the keep a ton of ice through the summer 41 I II I"I' L.a very pretensions which he ha<(
Industrial department at Kankakee months. Well, thunU heaven It will ; tered himself wpre assuring bU
asylum I would hate to dream about be wit,, and 1 .
soon over now shall be ce<*s. lie turned away from th
some of the things that they paint on able to lay my aching head on a sofa some house on Park avenue and 1
THOUGHT you always the handkerchief boxes and do.fun. pillow with an appllqucd motto of briskly toward the outskirts
went home to dinner nles. 'Bon ,,R.cpos' on It and think It all\ I city There was some satlafactf
aid the newcomer, as over. I can Ret up and by the trifling crunching the snow under his faIn
I he slipped out of his "What is the wax for?" exertion of walking across the room feeling/ the sting of the
coat and handed it to "That is to give an oriental arabesque can scratch my matches on the back alert which cut his cheeks, wh
the waiter. effect to a tomato can or a discarded of an emery cloth prlae hog, thus say red of angry humiliation
__ The bald-headed gen. liqueur Jug. You take your Ing the wear and tear on my trousers. through the tan MO carefully a
tleman who was already tomato can, or whatever It l I.. and melt"A There is an'end to everything and ereaseerm on the Mlnnetonka links. Fo
seated laid down the bill of fare from the nervous and worried looks of lDUf l Y iS DfrS years he f had struggled for ain ',
and answered sadly: "I have no my women I should Judge that they society Ho had dropped old
home.** will go back to the time-honored foolishness and cultivated men in whomno

"I don't want auy expressions of of buying their gifts next .\ - -- --- real interest; he had been!
sympathy" he added as the other :year; then the spring house cleaning boy for tire matrons and cavalf
drew up his chair: "There Isn't any will be the worst thing that ( shall Bertram Wlngate closed! his desk seemed thoroughly devoted for several tbe bud;' he had Joined more
divorce suit pending and 1 have met have to contend with." with a weary sigh as the bell In the month The New Year's dinner has than he could afford' and had pin
with no reverses of fortune. What I "You said that :you didn't want any courthouse! tower struck five. The been .a family festival with us forman many ways to make up for
surer Is. I suppose, the common lot of sympathy." plans tor the Bottler hospital were not ,. years because it ceiebiates your penditurea. Ha had told co mankind at this festive season of the a I "No; I can suffer and be strong. going very well. There are times father's birthday, as well aa the genera stories of his life at Harvard but
year. They are making Christmas I After all, dining out Isn't bad for a when even a "rising :young architect" holiday and an Invitation to that dinner spoke of, his family In Dakota.
presents at the house where I used to change" ceases to feel the stimulus of his upward might seem"Nothing -" often referred to Incidents of hi
live" iI'iI'Ill i movement. Wlngate paused a of the sort auntie," Inter ,. abroad without hinting that b
"I don't see why that should cause ( I RULES FOR CANDY-MAKING. moment before the window to look out rupted Margaret. "Perhaps It wa been tutor to a rich youth; he ha
you grief." -- -- upon the swirling snow which was fast thoughtless of me to uk him to that dreamy tales of a winter In
It I.a't to be >expected that you Mrs. Rorei's Receipt for Homo-Made. converting Klcollet avenue into a white dinner but I am sure Bertram Win carefully concealing the fact tti
would" observed the bald-headed man. Christmas, Confections-Lays desert.. gate knows better' than to dream he had been assistant to an invalid!
"You may find out some day but ala Down Culinary; Law. "Wonder If I can have,a,carriage togo can draw plans for spending papa's tect. ire hail, talked wittily of|
friend and well-wisher I hope that to Minnie Norton's tea?" he thought. money. Why. I wouldn't think of marrying and operas gathering his idea
you will ever remain In bllssfuUlgnor- Mrs. S. T. liorcr tells how to make "I've h.4to, buy my dinner at the club a poor man. I should alw.YIwonder the dally papers rather than fr
ance. It 1 go Into a closet to get out i candies ut homo for Christmas in theLadies' three .nights this. week Every one recoverIng how much I weighed In the servatlom Indeed' he-.had done\ j
my house Jacket there is a wild Home Journ.il, and elves tb.tollo"Ing from Christmas I suppose, balance of selection. There's two much thing In his poweri'to 'seem a
vcream from one of the girls. I turn rules, which insure the sucrose and too tired to entertain. Club dues of my father in mo to want to give the world and a favorite In soot
around expecting to see some loved of the work: "Never stir the sugar on New Year's with the usual tips and something for nothing. Now with And'now-when'ho had 'thou
form stretched out in the agonies of l and water after the sugar has Unsolved. presents. No the Klghth avenue will Charlie" position assured-whenhe

,death and my, wife says: '[]ere, you HIGH BARBARIC EEMTEC'l." Wipe down constantly the granules have to do m.." "So It In Charlie Lcfflngwell. after dreamed of spending John' Little]
mustn't go In there.' forming on the aide of the saucepan. lie hurried to the hotel and after a all?" said Miss Redmond. lions with perfect taste and
your wax and the wax over It Io not shake" paiarj
pour nor move the saucepan '
'Why not? I ask. brief toilet boarded a car for Park ave "Well yes It you must knew days in an atmosphere of'weal
Just as a kid would dribble while
sirup the
over sliup is boiling. As soon us
"
'Oh because. Here tell me whatIt nue. Tbe rooms were crowded when laughed Margaret. "It's all arranged, leisure with the- grace of'one '
buckwheat cakes, crlsa-cross and the begins to boll
anyhow sugar; watch it carefully ,
la waut and 1 will' It for
you get nwc ... manner born he found that 1\i
until the Is
thing covered with
having In jour hand a bowl of Ice
you. I never saw such a man to go not "seem to belong
crlnkly-crankly wrinkles; then you geta water, BO that you may try the sIrup anywhere)
Then
poking around anyway. she
i ii was to be given a New'Yeap'aOllt
rich barbaric effect by gold-painting almost! Have
constantly. everything in
pushes me out of the way and hunts 1 I
of
Ol charity while little Chariflnlf'Well.
it. It Is then a thing of beauty an article readiness before beginning. If the
the coat for and I
up me, begin dimlyto who
never managed to
of bric-a-brac or a Jardiniere. Its sugar grains uso It for od-fn! hloned
comprehend that there is a Christmas a corker for originality for youCouldn't cream candy or sugar taffy. It cannot bo yond his freshman :year,at'Yale' ,
present cached away there some. get two alike to save your used for fondant Use only the best! only accomplishment! was drlvij
where. I can't hunt a pipe or get a"THERE i automobile,and whose one aim-
neck. Some friend of ours Is going to granulated sugar for boilingand confec
be gladdoned with a pen-wiper artist. tioners' XXX for kneading. It your was to Increase his already lard
rln'. i'f q 7 I d il'Ihii' Ilp. l'IIIIIUIh' I ically constructed on a basis of clothespin fondant grains without apparent cause tune.>, was to share the Little nilij
-I guess it's a pPD-wlper-and my you may have boiled It a little too long.A and ''the boy: would DO doubt
father la going to get a chamois-leath n I.. .aI.. ,w-.v-'.nnd "n',. 1-,"'U'V"_n JU'.,..._.c_ _v._. ._. '.'.'....v._ behind his hack because*'. HaWingate.
er dingus trimmed with pink ribbon cream of tartar will prevent this had angled for them In]
I ll llw to wipe his eye-glasses! with. I havea Fondant[ I.I.* the soft mixture which The whole shallow mockery

I.I I.. mental picture of, him in, the act of forms both the Inside of the French lay bare to others for the first!
using 'it. I don't "suppose you have candles and the material In which they seemed thoroughly rontemptib
ever considered the artistic possibilities are dipped, and It It> to obtain thin that him. Angry tears smarted in hI10d j
{I I of the common domestic frying the sugar is' boiled. his hands were clenched Ir
1t1 pan?" "After (he sugar halt reached the 'sort pockets with a fierce determinate
"Never." ball,' a semi-hard condition it must be win an enviable position wlthou
Well if you ever saw one with; a poured carefully into a large meat-plate i LrI help' of society\ ; to ]live a.lif too
little symphony In sage green and or on-a marble slab. Do not scrape the for' the tolerant patronage of
purple painted on the side that should saucepan or you will granulate strop or the amused contempt of men. :
go next to the gas burner you will undoubtedly Make your fondant one day and make it Hit had walked for' nearly an|
be impressed as I wat. It up into candy the next. Never melt before be became conscious! that
Is a lesson that'teaches a man to look fondant by placing the saucepun Immediately feet were numb with cold and hl<
for the beautiful In the most homelyand or the stove. Prevent the danger -" I 'no longer felt the sting of the 'i
prosaic! objects. You are carried of scorching by standing the PaD 'auslhg irresolutely to get his bea
away from the suggestion of German containing It In a basIn of watet. ,If the I before seeking the,nearest car lln
I fried potatoes and liver and bacon, to melted fondant Is too thlck>udd water stood, for a'moment in-a shaft of j
IB A WILD SCREAK the waning twilight when a solemn most cautiously a drop at a time. A from the window oCvpretty cotl
: hush broods over the face of ,sage- half tea'fJOOlitull&ore than Is necessarywill A young girl turning brisk
book: out of the bookcase: or forage for green nature. You can almost hear ruin the whole. To cool candy r' enter the house, exclaimed: : "a
pie In the pantry or, exercise any of the plaintive cry of tbe whippoorwill place-It: In a cool dry place. To keep\ have really come to.see-us at:Jaat.]
the ordinary privileges of a head of a calling to Its errant mate and the candy put it between layers of waxed I IY'Ihe' place Come right1 tn. ,
household without getting yelped at dull boom of the bittern In the distant paper In tin boxes It the day Is bright r ti i noth-er said she would, write anij
and hustled and giggled at I feel as marsh that the real estate man and clear tho sugar loses Us stlckln rs yon,'*> were tier"* iniiuwiad'forgotten -tboug
if I were walking over mines that were Is booming daytime for desirable residence ), quickly therefore select a fine day for Mabel l 1&1 aehin
liable to be exploded at any moment property. The long purple your candy-making." going to the" conservatory, Dob'|
arid" blow me to destruction. shadows cast a gentle melancholy over bUlllne) college and',.,father's
Bf.NEAT'H
'"Then when I return to the bosom your'80ul. If you've got one; 'and then : THEJV1ISTLETOE. good; job buying wheat;, for the C of my family after a hard dajr'a 'toll its the handiest thing In tbe world Idated. Why haven't! you;been t
In their Interest I like to be welcomed .... ........' Origin of One of the Happiest Customs us before( ?"
with some ahoy of affection. As It la, ;_ of Christmas Day Is Traced Wlngate murmured something
my appearance seems to be the signal u Back to "Conqueror.." being very btixy,,as he meekly folli)
for flight. I might be a leper. to judge the girl Into the-bouse,
from the way my daughters and the The -(,Igln of one of the bappieat! ciis- -f. kf: s"MOTHER "1 suppose you'realways busy"
once-lovtng partner of my Joys and tome of Christmas, which tea been allowed I IIKRE'H BERTRAM WINdATE." I melted the girl kindly "Out thl
sorrows start up and. flee, as It were, to lapse", with the iiasulog years- on same building: I'irii Mtf? I ton
into the wilderness grabbing things thai of kissing under the mistletoe fee arrived at the, Norton home The but Charlie Is putting through AI wheat laven't been, to dinner
eight and left as they go. The assurance traced back to the "(,umu,. over or tbe heavy odor of roses, tbe suspicion of I deal for papa Just now and It wouldn'tdo "Motner here' Bertram Wlnj
that I will receive an embroidered cor.qutrc.r." Washington I Irving re- charcoal from tbe samovar and, above to have our engagement announced! lie was out this way and has look
silk muffler, a cardboard and ribbon U miuclttl us that the mistletoe I I. fctlll all, the animated chatter from tbe yet. I shall give a large reception soon up" oh* said;, uShering Wlngatehe
waste paper basket a sofa cushionfor burg up in farmhouses cud kill hens all guests mado his head ach,-so-he was and tell everybody. You will have to- cheery sitting rOOI '.
'my' wearied head and a pair ot over Unfitted! ;; "ai>'d the young men very grateful when Bessie Shaw motioned come and help me. Let the hecne, and He was thankful for the easily!
have the privilege ot kissing the girls him Into a deep window seat the ladies' eumed ,
wool mittens with an Assyrian designIn Thursday go for onre. explanations and glad to f<
I scarlet and :yellow bardly compen- under it. plucking each; time a berry upon pretense of consulting him about I "I shall of course receive with :you the girl Into,the nosy room. Mr.
I tales me for the wear and tear on my from the bush: When the berries are favors for the next cotillion. They !Margaret" replied her annrt. "But comb greeted him heartily and
nerves." ) all plucked the privilege ceases." Atone were hardly seated when some one about Bertram Wlngate I de not think. whole family gathered about
"1:1: It as bad as that?" 1) turns It Is said, the youth could beckoned Bessie away and she left him you are acting right. lie "nu_ to care pressing him to. stay and asking d
"It's a blamed sight worse. The claim a kiss for each berry. picked with Voluble promises to return In a sincerely" of bin people. Tnr was an at
concealment Is only a small part of but unless there were a great many moment "Oh. not really I think. said Margaret pleasant affection and a deferen ;
It. There' the manufacture. the berries and very few pretty maids such Wingate leaned back against the lightly. "He Just thinks 1C: looks his accomplishments which WM 84ng
articles to be considered by Itself. As v a liberty would have to-- bo- used-- -- with.. -- cushions and drew tbe heavy draperies well to be'a good deal at our house. to, his wound vanity.
I say. I haven't a home. I sleep In 'a "THE ARTISTIC POSSIBILITIES:: OF mmJ&raUon. Nares says tbat tit u a screen between! himself and the You know he believes that tnlnga like When he took Ms departure
, notion factol'7..lo an ,atmosphere of THB COMMON DOMESTIC JTKVJNO maiden who was not kissed under the glittering kaleidoscope' tbe''room.. tbat help hIm In his profession. Whltcomb MJ4. kindly "Can't
KAN" mistletoe at Christmas would! not be Presently there was a rustle of skirts "
Clue, paste sachet powder and turpen "Margaret! exclaim MU" Red spend New Yeair> with us, Bertr*
tine. Its a new deal on me. They to hang up on a parlor wall by the married during the coming year, and two ladles seated themselves on a mond sharply "It would'' be seal charity ro
used to buy what they wanted and all bole lo the handle." A strange superstition prevails la divan beyond the curtain. Wlngate "I didn't mean to gossip really, part If I may'. ssjtd Wlngate.
I bad to worry over was an accommodation "A man might Ignore the landscapeand many English families In connection had no desire to play eavesdropper but Aunt Madgn" said Margaret hastily warmly at tbe thought of the
at the bank. I have asked for send tbe pan out Into the kitchen" with the Christmas holly. Before midnight his position seemed too desirable to "I don't care what hi docs, although Itseems charity dinneraw bad expected! tot
tbe reason of the change and I a. ,"Yes. he might do that If he had : on.New Year's eve every vestige leave so with half-closed eyes be settled foolish for a bright man to try "It's' aloe of you to spea* thab
',- ', hart-brained of holly must be removed or Ill-luck I himself to await Bessie's return.: to keep up with things ne esat afford Bertram "
: old that any coarse plebeian can make reckless courage: In. large said Mrs. Whiteomb a<
will be sure to fall upon the sous*. ,Tb.. The first words of his unseen neigh- J
Men wouldn't think
flue tans of him
,presents tbat cost money, but a present quantities. Tbere'a always that possibility way lag his. sleeve., nut you knew the pi
that baa the maker's Individuality about a frying pan picture but Inference to be drawn from this Is thai bore roused him to instant Interest for sticking to his week; new, and wbea are will' bit ears ln< having; a, tt
taste and refinement stamped upon It what can you make out ot a gilded the New Year must be entered upon In however for It was Margaret Little he hal succeeded he can pet on all the" ron>Utt old Dakota hooM. to nhani
all .seriousness with nothing to recall who spoke. frills\ he llftes. There 1 ** ,
1n crewel or gum-arabic medium Is horseshoe with taffeta bows unlessyou must be going day with usv.
beyond rubles. Also I am Informed get enough of them to use as the festivities. "Now Aunt Madge, what Is It this now. You have mad m* feet quite uncomfortable Th. New Year's dlrraer was by
According to the old- stabltcbed time she asked with defiant
a not
rule. ,
that It la cheaper and that it saves quoits What utilitarian value Is "- about that Invitation to means the last which Bertram
the holly should not: be taken down In her voice.
un- the
the trouble of shopping." there In a turbo with a sauc ryed New Year's dinner though truly itwas late ate to the littto cottage.,
til after the twelfth nightWonderfully "Only one iu..stion )Iar<t." was only out of ('bad'". I halt
"I ex-
should think that there might be owl painted on It? In the aprlng Many, the Irrep
something In that. "It occurs to me that a man might Miss Redmond's calm reply "Why petted Mr. Wlng4i, weald be hAre to lie, wrote to* her Dakota conttdMabel
Made. bare you asked Bertram Win gate to accept In person, he *. dote "
"There you betray your Ignorance keep his cuffs In It. os goingto ) and Bertram VTIngate
Ted-Why don't you use tbat Christ the New Year' dlnnerr'"Charity teas. In
business hours
once more. By tbe time a woman has "Evidently you never saw one" said but perhaps) loIn together a good dent lie is
mae present your girl road you'NedI'm par nod simple, I sjumre the fate .
wilt be
kind
and
matched 20 the bald-beaded trail refu.*.
up IS or shades of sewing man. conclusively. bit stuck vp a.'lIome of the Du
afraid to. I dOr, know AuntIadcu: laughed Margearet.
r.tlk every few days blown herself for "You might as well suggest that crocheted you Goo/-by 1 must run on. D whether she Intended It a* a tobacco "!!. doesn't ,seem to belong anywhere y.r.r promise about the "
beeswax paint brushes stamped linen slippers might be recaption.
b. hM
actually drawn
worn. the plan for neart
pouch or a necktie.! -Town Topic*. Id particular. New Year's is such a A* Miss. Redmond and ;
crepe paper. glass and passepartout Come to think of It. however. I Lv | Margaret Little ho big bundle.gs to be put nputnmer.
stupid day now that no one receives moved
paper embroidery needles, gliding known a man to wear crocheted slipper Skeleton at Feast. away Bessie Shaw returned. It he'o going to be my
birch bark, enamel ribbon and a few *, but ae was a divinity "...ct, Tile hopper that sits at your neigh aDd kuowf he hat been very nice to me, yo* 'III. could and It was some tlnv before Win C.,. lherio-law. I hope he'll plan a

hundred ether articles of raw material so he didn't count If I wanted \tJ bor's ChrUtmas table I* a skeleton at has been more than Hire" excuse hlmsett from the dlscusI little luvase for Mabel. I think m
*h* ought 18 .w. that there U aoU.U mortify the mesh 1 might! ..u 'u>e jour ova fMt.-Chicago UUrtor. Vin Rsdjaoal n"U.. said Oas{i I[ lion the sold of cotillion twilight fiMtrs aad escape !ato> knows' 'all about It. but she won't
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a big check her*. And the raft i, ,

I and drove him to fathom this stranc Just.poppedjn see if J'ou.eo"u1d lets
me $15 or $20( till Friday"

THE happening.Ills very excitement braced him and A PAUPER I'I' "Lend you $IE>> or $20?" gasped I

Into his limbs. lift kins.
put new strength.
SEXTON RANG lighted a lantern, and helping his PLUTOCRATBy "Only till Friday" said Jack. i 11

halting steps with a stout stick, made : be all right then."

FOR CHRISTMASBy for the village,ajd waked up the youth Mr. Jorklna' sole reply| wa, to s. t-.

who assisted him In his duties. H. M. WALBROOKACK ,, like a gargoyle with eyeballs jk,

A. ST.JOHN ADCOCK "Dost hear yon bell Amos?" he r tended and mouth wide open.

culled, quavcr'Dgly.! o t"'rf!!'. "Are you 111?"

"Ey Mr Bargle." and Hargle WILl Dear mot tl'! i ZStb tome only ..c. n yr. d.. + DRAYTON'S post At that question :Mr. JorMns I't"

HE bella were not coins! nlleved to have bill hearing, thus corroborated Her'* Chrtatmae oftc.'.Jt. D-\: r I'a welcom boom with pea tlon at 90: ; p. m. that I ered his self-command. Closing
It there I Tb Chrletma Tree. llgal returned-U w* ban got | eyes for a and
to be rung thai Christ "Who be oop d:.-.i: (" Christmas eve was as moment passing ,
we nner?" The Merry Bella. Th HoU,. l follows: He had 1 15 moist hand actons his brow', he at
mas. The Peace us Earth! and the Goodwill t{ Aud hav n lime that win moat traly be
I broke the
lad. silence
m
Rarglc, the sexton Tut your tout on smartly, Ma. A hot gas , cents' and a stamp 1 in by RaYing very "

t bad said so. goln' to see" Tbo Jolly Let' eat an4 drink cur Oil without S ,hla pocket, and the ly Ilnd'cuLtingly:

1 "I don't have no Silent, and quaking with cold or Good Felloweklp, th. ,onor.u. .uppl,'\., O' queetlon MSS. of six retul'ned "Really sir, you surprise me si' I

1 strangers Unklln wl' nervousness, they moved noiselessly t Of Chrlatmaa Turkey Pudding ale. P1.. Of bidlgeatioo.v novels on his table; bowed what. You run up a bill of a mn '

my bells Mr; Edwards" over the muffling know, turned the The Family ReunkraAnd 'lodulg* ouraelye Is aura-fro old and his landlady 11 weeks' rent Cor of $10 and more-a thing enl ,

he protested.! "I've 'rung 'em over GOYf'III' wall of the churchyard: and. Dargle tweet communion laughter his bed-sitting-room to say nothing of against my rules And a special fi

if I ain't rkal to It this Silmly leading, tiled la through the Of ,heart to heart,expanded sew by reaae. Without a thought> other charges for Incidental meals to yourself; And then you come: .
an
Of th* glad _n.. T* wear our Joyou eport Christmas .
creaking lych gate. "Clio on eve and talk abo
without so-called > ,
do
Via the
Gbrl\tmas-why. let the day etc. and at
The card, depleting froaty Christmas Of that aad, dark brown feeling ;
The narrow path between the graven big (check and ask
tor once that'a all!" otter. House" at which he generally breal me to lend
--
'Seems a pity, though Harisle. ,Ion't'' brought(; I them to tll".- porl'h, and here The .aui- fasted, lunched dined and supped, he $15 or $20:? It's a bit 'of sir!-a

you think?" The vicar: spoko per- Burgle who entered first stopped, Fined. with tb* earn old hoary | had an account which bad alrcad 'ot! "

nuost\cly He was young and diffident fumbling for his keys and suddenlyheld Cbriatma atory. gone an far as it could. Such, we rt<- "But I have $ .OOO In my pork:

and new to Herldale and the sexton' the lantern lower with .x husky All UMa are whir M now.: Hang high. tile mlatlatoa peat was his position at 9.50: p. m. on "Then pay my bill."

crotchety and opinionated The' cry of alarm. So I allow Or low- that eventful night. At 9:51; p. m. a "I can't to-night. ,
'
was In the glimmering light of the lantern It'., Christmas and the chance ar. but It doaan't ao much matter, M 1\*biuig.Th "Not out of $5,000?"
below
last vicar bad slipped Into an easy : sharp rat-tat at the hall door far -
small
hla long woman lay huddled close to young of the Jast "Not till Friday, you wooden-hei '
experience
to I
habit of dpfcnlng That I'm mlntakma.t 'WUI muck enjoy It. and. tube quit betokened the passing
and this had made, him arrogant the church door with a child dolled In My confidence In this cannot b* ihaken.So truthful. post; and two minutes later Jack 1 idiot, !" said Jack, losing his tempe,

"It ia a fine old custom. DarCle I a shawl ant" clasped tightly In her here** Merry Chrletmaa to you ail So WUI nabs other not exactly ,oulbful.r stood In the center of his room wit "Thank you. sir," said Jorkins b

,'I \ -" I arms. (' Fill up th* bowl his hair on end and a wild look In bls ing low; and then proceeding .\

"There'll 1141 the chimes *t the parish "Alice!"'faltered the old mAn."A lice!I'" .. .. 6 11II let lu grateful fragrance warm. your j eye, }holding In one hand a letter fror deadly calm: "I'll wait till Frlda; ,

church over the hill yonder" Bar Ho Hung himself on his knees be- ton!. a well-known firm of solicitors anll noon and if you haven't settled p

Kle; Interrupted testily: "they Bound side her, crying out clasping! her cold. Maf .' lJA'mildao bank. condition In the other a draft for $5,000.: His by then I'll put you in. tbe court: u 0\i

I here In the village; quito plain on* bands and appealing wildly and helplessly This Chrlatmaa day : composition lemonade .r eves oyot"p. Uncle Allck had 'at last fulfllled an you may put that In your pipe a

tolls must make tho bent o' that an* to those who were with him tog Prop all your fancy, boas. anticipated whoopEr ,,'" I oftrepeatedhreat' and left this world smoke It! Good night."

be thankful." she lay an mill and! unresponsive &I I bop up for a better and his nephew with &I Again Jack passed into the sn vcjad .
Tomorrow will have no.cauea to mop
There was a deal of grumbling about If she were dead. I And wish ta you MOMI ,o'd not cekbr.1e4.Or b* It glaa or bowl or cam a i iff top. check. );; street t. where 'a boy who had h, i I.

It In the ,'lIIagHal'; lr! knew that They took the child, which woke I trot "* He executed a.few short steps of a playftitly lurking behind a lamp p. .

and took a morbid pride In feeling! and whimpered, and dispatched Amos You wife baa had aialatanc ui. ael ctio|. danse eccentrlque; 'flutteilng the flung a snowball at him with such i'rterlty !

that he was having his own way. with It to the nearest cottage." I' Th_ annual cigars.It oblong piece of pink paper wildly ore that It knocked his hat off "

Feoplo were'lilntlnB that bin ailment "Tell 'em to light a fire said one tort ., IraAwomanwhene.oaiv.thankseis his head and then when be hod happy child ran away, and Jack i .

; were Imaginary,,; that his rheumatism of the men: "an 'get you on, lad, an'' crag; hU; brow and calmed his sou fury lan after him, and fell over

I wan m..rely'another name for hU get the doctor there against we come. She ands her gift at (' nd don't I lorget mopped check In his pocket "Oad!" he muttered to himself s
Christmas unkindly sniffed at. he placed the .
between
the woman
the lifted
Then two
crabbed perversity and nn excuse! tor Your debt his jacket took aI he'plled) himself up and went 1 b'I
I bat aba hook buttoned up
them and the, old man, tremulously AIM bop To Santa Claus ///The ,
his Increasing indolence 11 Will lieEar.ptur04 I peat on the corner of the bed! and prc. for the hat "It's Iftne thing to I- 8
I As he sat smoking and 'ruminating;. distractedly, leading with the with her lovely. racking chair: grace I bAnd t \ $:;,000. but I'm blessed If It Bee'm
b ceded to sollloquUe.:
traveled, along that ,bleak"WHAT lantern carried her with what speed Th children' happy facea.Th "
fits thoughts let a chance to alt I make much difference.'
1 they could: In the direction that Amos poor are alweye with us? hat coot "Five thousand dollars. Very useful .
Sometime la It. The prospects of his Christmas \
shall 1 do!
know. !
indeed. Now what
had taken. I Sb ought t -.onetime-fta(I Ie only: And aopare Wher beginning to bo a little gloomy. ,\ '
And every minute still the bell reiterated lair To-moirow is Christmas day
$ of your substance something for the Prince's?
Us heavy; monotonous clang; I hope your boraAnel their need shall I dine-Carlton or
though for the nonce they bad almost girl WIll 1U<* tbalr toy..' Feed \ ) Or-better still-shall I take the mid ?--a

ceased to bo aware of U; Bargl And that their healtb'a condltioa The hungry, let no famished lace at.least I! night train to Brighton., and spend th! v. r / ilea
it Will notShortly Chriitmaai / holiday there Han;; !!,, t ihn't du I
had become Indifferent to altogether Rlae Ilk* a gboat to.spoil your '
apd ,only gradually nwoko toI\ necessitate a lot featt. ."XX\\\U//J. \ // that My dress suit is a ius;: I kno> .k
..
_.Of visits from the family physUlanBut . ..... . .\ toddle ;downstairs .
I I again ai he sat holding< his daughter'l If anyone has don ....... > 'I.'. what I'll do. I'll just
band, watching the life rcklndlo In her ,"_ You wrong forgive his 'Innl .I'.:' and tell Mrs. Stelnhausec my
> That' not a bad beglnlog.-::H.Don't : < her won't she be delight-
and listening to her feeble whis i luck. Uless ,
ryes, II.
:> ffi let .- ;::;" '. ;, live
"I 1 C edt! Then I'll Just borrow a
perings. Th. Chrlatma spirit gat'r ,.r'i..: ,
, tiJ from the station.. r I 'J ', \ from her and spend tu-morrow In
I "H 4a a long way why h Evaporated when ,the day I* p.t.t. . ) I
L ItJ 1 she was telling him, satisfied with the Should" such\ contlrigenclei( .b* eyenhfnted? But malt It laet. .' .'. ///I 1 ii'] town; and the day after 111 trot 1t

forgiveness film could rell'( la his .Let') ratflor try 1-< V Why ahould It disappear? '/ ., t. \ ) around to the bank and open: an account .:aJl4 ,

every tono and look; "and when I got T* nallz* aur vtalon ray aunt...\ Keep It with you,radiant glowing.wwt, I \Vhlrioo!" And he sent foil, t
iJ iJII
And make good. e....... ? 1 windowpanes .
r kind compaaifonat and shook the frozen
altogether that
as far as the church I was *>o tired ... : a yell
s 1 61j(r'l ''/' and faintand I fancied about thai That Remember December H wbolnom. la tbl end. every comingS Then he scampered downstair! .

time tonight you would bo there lc! 1 you..s . i Irs. Stciuhauser, you have alway>:J

tbe belfry; so t went to the cbuich i KlfHITt.! sail!..' tee the best of landladies.And .I cannot -
! ; tell how much I have felt 11.
but the door was locked and- 'I you
d II 0 lUrglo) turned! to u touch oa toil # IEJ 'G12J 63 I am afraid 1 have been a bit of i a .AI"

I shoulder. art; but everything' now all right "LEND YOU?" QASPKD JOKKlNi-

I : -; ; '"Tho vicar Is waiting, with several: isss: No more trouble 1 No mote 'honorabl Dlbbs the tobacconist He'll do u *
TOIL (} ,'liLRy 1 IJ ,
AUK others In the next room." eald the Intentions! All that sort of thing
OK hi started again, looking dint;;:ep
''f YOUNG MASTERS: / end. I rich man-a billion1st -
doctor. "They want, tho key of the at an am a
''" than ever for his hat'was dented, and!
1 think yotf, had better gG -a pl.. tocrat-a bloated Croesus!
beitry.but ,
back into : had stained in
rend to the church, and the snow and, dust:
them talking to ... take heart In the And his eyes danced ,with delight. '
Ik'v.her old Chrlstmases when he had \vlth -jou are my patient ...- .. every man might coat.
I. toiled rolusU7.lwltb hilt assistant, high .mo e than Is good far, her struggle and have a reasonable hope I "I am very gratified to hear It', Mi. "Good ,evening Dlbbs. How'a '
likewise. lIal'.. the large' lady, taking .
Come! of being able to live Drayton.
:, iu> Jn the the three crazy bells tower swinging and they hadJte.pl and HarKlo: hesitated a moment thee The Spirit ofChristmas This gift of service Is the beat gift 'a. neatly-folded paper from a rack at ness"Business?" would be excellent all f

(, pealing joyously; from eight o'clock till stooped to kiss the pale face an the which can be given to the world. And the side of the mantelpiece and handIng people would pay the bills they ow
the reach of every It him with a smiK It. was bls:
pillow and submissively obeyed.Up this gift Is within to
short rests betweenwhiles he a
I I midnight with said Mr.' Dlbba. curtly as replaola -
tbe steep narrow stone talrw.aj body. There Is no excuse for those bill-total amount $42.25.
I . and one ,long rest when steaming Its box a cracked Havana which a
, hot coffee and toast bad beeq carr of the belfry tower, up and up, and who do not make It. None are too "A bagatelle!" said Jack airily '.A customer had 'just refused.

. irled up the narrow steep stairs to up hey, clattered one after the other, busy to bo friendly and none too greatto foolish trifle! You shall have It 01 Jack reddened. He bad forgot' '
, little till at last they streamed In across the By DR. WORTH M. ,TIPPY, stoop to little kindnesses. I once Friday morning. 'The banks an
t them by a homely cheery woman that he owed Dlbhs $4.25>>, and that lie
, hollow-sounding floor ofuthe belfry,' thought there were natures that, could closed to-morrow and Thursday, ,bu
who was his wife and a merryI had consequently avoided the slioi
" I winsome ,maid vino, was/ theirdaughter and there through, the "celling the not be cordial, but know now that It on Friday, dear Mrs. Stelnhauser you<
eyed month
for the or so.
! Alice. three robes) dangled In ,the: shadow )I 'Of all the year's festival days, Christ. was a mistake. The most Inexorable shall have the amount In solid gold past
"I shall be wanting some cigar jti
, ; IBut that had happened for the last emptiness!' ; moved by', no vlslbU mILl is peculiarly the festival of love. duty men ever have la to love and to and silver of the brightest. Meanwhile Friday, he went on at last, "and cult,
ami even the palpitating Easter commemorates the resurrection render, services of lovo. It was one ol ask mal
Christmaspn agency; yot,' as I am going to you a
ago'Why.
time how of
-
nuny of boxes
: yum
couple
keep me a
the Iron of Jeaus. It is our festival of life of Jesus that we will '" can
lltllo croup: paused clang the last teachings favor. If I may
already eight winters had the hutdred. ' -
best Soberinos-those at $20
II!!I' snowed over that,inounil In the chmcliyatcl. boomed again close' above. them. divine and Immortal; for the power has be judged at last by our attitude In I Mis. 'Stelnhauser. looked uneasy. I'll call for them on Friday"Woulltn't
."Soanr one's In the bell that raised Christ from the dead service to the sick the oppressed -
; practical
And thin Wail the fourth year up cltambe"1 1 millions.It "I want you to be good enough to YOIpreteI' to send jo ,r
. t Bald l3a.I.,: dubiously. passed Into the lives of the the stranger and to those ,who
to me throng
_i voce Alice bad deserted him in kin lend me $25, just see for them?" sneered Mr. Dlbba
\ of his onlre and of bitt cornea with peculiar appropriateness the necessities of food man
Dyx right lack plainest
and the next day.
j'' lonrllneafl, and :be had set himself to of the year, when tomorrow "I have just received a little lega'a! ,
forget her. familiarity with the place Barglt at the season and clothing. I "Sir!" exclaimed Mrs. Stein hauser. "
I vHo mounted first with bill,'lantern t eothers nature, is awakening to spring and Out this spirit of Christmas which bosom heaving beneatl of $5,000, observed Jack quietly
hud not though her spacious
forgotten yet
1'1 ;
; .
'
that It? I congratulate yoi.
everywhere are warm winds, aiuublne In the gift of "Oh.Is
her trailing up after Man In a Is to find Its expression Its professional black satin and passe
nor In forgiven d flnnro of .UN. Imperative heIteuta twinkling, ha had Jerked'! the trapdoor growth and beauty.Thanksgiving j loving service is not the spirit oC mere menterle.' "Sir! Are you pleased Ube sir," said Mr. Dlbbs. with is an eagi-r lit' ..
I! open and stepping Into the belt l is our festivalof l Divine benevolence. Kindness that Is not Inspired change of manner. "There a
she had married the ne'cr-do. bumorous'Z""Hllmol'ous'Z
!
: but >f
sir I fancy
the loving bill outstanding ,
celebrating' Is beautiful
around and Providence comradeship not
tiered eagerly by
chamber, Of not. I have
wee! son qf a tradesman in the townondcr coins about thisP'r'aps '
'
I had Will startled by a vision of two whitefaces care. of God overall that lie has at all.. It may be pity from a proud course, there aln't no 'uiry
and I they gone away to $5,000:; in my pocket""Indeed
\ :> to take the cigari! <
London. She had written to him IhrlcQ, gazing from the shadow oC tins made. It comes at the time when. In heart but that Is! not friendship, andIt Perhaps you wouldn'i you'd prefer"

r but he burned her first letter and returned of the bclla.. agricultural communities the earth'sfrultage i* not tho deep brotherly love of mind showing me a hundred or so?" with you now, sir? the rest ou

the, othera 'unopened, and tf '"Why!" 'be ,ejaculated, "what ayon had been garnered and theyear's Christianity. Men needs friends morethan observed Mrs. Stelnhauser with pon, "Well perhaps a dozen; Oh> u.
not her her doing here young: masters?" work draws to a close. It Is a they need alms. We all need can send around on Friday.
!the had forgotten namo derous sarcasm.
the" b-'K
; For he terosnlzed them Instantly si good time in all pursuit to close the each other's friendships. We are Inseparably the way-this $5,000: !Is In a
'Was never on his llpp.t / I "I'll show you the lot, said Jack, till the bam, .
' At length a few months ago the : (lie Squire's two Rons down at Perl books with God. and to bring to Him bound together as men of and he produced the check and held which I can't change 11 i
lending
' village heard that ,hor husband. was dale for a holiday. the only possible return for Ills benctJ. one race and men of alt races. The it proudly forth. reopen. Would you mind
l forward bat tie gratitude and appreciation need the sympathy and recognition a fiver Just to take me over Cbr
'I i ,dead. She had written to a neighbor ; They cam: shivering cence. powerful "Thank yousaid Mrs StelnLauser. "
:' ,saying bbe and her baby were destitute evidently' pant on showing that theywere of our hearts. of the humble, the rich of the "you'll excuse me. but I've seen those mas? echc

; and begging that eho would in- 'JnlPI.t\lrb\ But Christmas is the climax: of the poor, and the cultured of the unrefined things before." And her black eyebrows '"Take you over Christmas


: !ber and let her come home. older of them; "you have been a longtime love and at such Is U not beautifully Its oxprnsnlon In unaffected and unl- recovered herself she continued: aspect so very similar to that of
had ,
-
.' JJut UarRlo. mindful .of lilt dignity, rom I Ilg.." fitting that the day should! he cele. vpisal! friendship Is the life which has Jorklns in response to the same request ,
"I sincerely 1op&Ir.:! Drayton. that
.I hardened himself and resenting this "But why are! you her. James?" Inquired bra ted by the bt-stowment of gifts' ? most nearly caught the spirit of Christ 'ou will settle that'account of mice on that Jack almost laughs

intercession' as an Impertinence, curtly the -vicar, reprovingly It is as natural ror l love<< tn give an for and or Chrliitmas. Let us give gifts > 'Take you over Christmas? EJLCH
advised the peacemaker to med. "'O,
die in hla business again; hot words' vp itw .bed. sir" salt the boy, "and The spirit of Christmas H the spirit loving service.! Thus will the spirit of the I year cannot are let very have heavy.the I{25.am: over to the police station If you coma

.passed between them and she flung cam to ring; the bells"But of giving.! This splllt takes hold upon ,lot Christmas be shed abroad and make sorry And she turned to you her ledger, and hem little check dodges" too ofte'

:f 41 ft ,in such a whirl of Indignation that I"e" got the keys" muttered all classes of people carrying Into tlio world brighter and better turned to the door. You take my tip and-
Jack
1f( Dar1le.. noul the sweetness and purity of But Jack' had not waltea On amore
her reply to Alice apparently geared ; every I "
"I'll trot around to the chop house ,
the girl from attemwUiK further "We crawled through the belfry love's ministry. It lavishes gifts In CHRISTMAS IN THE KLONDIKE. I he stood In the cold cold sire
any '
said to himself. "Old Jorkins la
overtures.! window:. homes of wealth and it And a way in I he a with $5,000:; in his pocket that for '
"
J" rough diamond, but he'll do It. And '
, regretNI : ; "Therennn no need to ,f om. BO big the dlreuf poverty. he use !it was to him he might
1 1r lie hurried on a rather dingy hat.
' Jt I: revelifs, a as Ibis, though" Christmas was the day when God as>: well light his pipe with.
, helped himself into a frayed o"erc.atanll :
II[ upon him. and he started glancing: "No. Lt was too early to begin gave Ills richest gift to men..Jesusthe oq sallied forth. However, he had made up his ml"

: around dazedly and won.J.uUne whe"ta- when we got here so we came up to Christ -ami that marvelous gift of a to trouble no one else In the matteBO

<* be had been .asleep. nee what It was like In here; and all rhe ages has proved the. Inspiration ot Mr. Jorkins was turning out the ) back to his room he trudged b'' '

" But uo--as b.8 listened .breathless In a Jiffy the trapdoor! slammed down of the day and given birth to the lights for the night. The premise log six stale two-cent buns on II-

. o 'the wound was repeated' ; a *Ju l. deep and the candle blew out and we'd left spirit of giving: among men. And for a Q smelt unpleaslngly of vinegar and way; and upon these, and tea he made

: lang of tbe church bell. the matches! below. We couldn't fee! this reason let us give remembrances ; k itale coffee his breakfast, dinner and tea that

i NQ wind was stirring. and be lord : whero tee trap: was In the dark bin to just at! many people as ne can afford G' 0 "Good evening Blr.' It's too late to Christmas day and the day fol>owln

\ tile keys> of the belfry; jet-If. was m, w o found one of the bella-" Ho faltered to give to those of our own r'a K.. oa serve you with" anything now. '\"e'reRhuttln' On, the. Friday he went to the bank

.'\ trick of his Imagination, for after a hbuiIiUrtn. mlalaoently, bul homes, to our friends and to the poor tr up. said Mr. Jorkins. not feeling- pretty cheap, opened an .< '

'. tenke Interval another. dull dang; luided forcing a laugh: "It's_ youi It ,doesn't need to be ranch so thatIt c ever amiably,. count, 'and wad able to-arrange "d'!)

". 'echoed dowir the! nlsiit; and presently fault really Burgle If you hadn't is a token of friendship. Rememberparticularly O' "That's all right," said Jack. "I the manager for sufficient immediateaccommodation .

another, like tke booming of a funeral said you wouldn't ring the bells-nc the lives that are cast In a merely dropped In as I was passing, to settle up with MnStelnhauser.

knell bells at Christmas!-iwvear Beard otfuch hard places. Lift a mortgage, pay a'' (1 to say that I shall be settling that little Mr. Jorfclns and 51DIbb4 I'>'

With a dlll1'! j-oeplny up his .wnfl. a thlngl-we shouldn't have debt tend a check to the brave worn. bill of yours on Friday. I'd do It ; a task which he penorm d i iwrth

the tray, xnarlrx old wan recalled a coaie." an who U. lighting for her children. Tor you to-morrow only the banks so much good humor that th-

legend that the belfry wan haunted by "It you hailn't, .-0_. young masters Bring the joung man or young woman will be,closed." one and an, regretted their auspiclo;

the chont of a man who had wrongxd I .-" who U away from home to your own .....- ,,' Mr. Jorklns beamed. "Thank you ot two days before. Drayton Is n w

.. friend and. In a fit of nlorse, bad Burgle sTtoppetl a. if his word fireside. Send a Christmas' dinner --- ..... ilr. I won't go for to say as 'ow Itwon't a famous man and his novels are rr ''1 1far

flung himself from tbe tower on some choked him. He thought of the whiteface vhere you are sure there would, be a -- Ci be welcome. If you was to see and wide; but he always says 'I':

forgotten Christmas: Bargl had he had left lying on the pillow iranty one if you did not send It. llrr'b he to'Jla: I 'ave to pay at this time of the quaintest experience of his whole

known folks who spoke to hearing the ad could not believe it WM by BMWnccident The spirit of Christmas 1 III love expressing : i i he year-well." you wouldn't want too life was his starving bis way throusiChristmas '..

bell toll myxterlously on Chriatm.aa\ or by buman hands only thai Itwlf In servl,-a The love I I d& t. ; for to keep a bloomin' chop 'ouse!" a day with $5,000 In t'

eves '. fore he was a born but be had th" warning bell bad summoned hemp 3f Cod found Its expression! In the giftf b' nd Mr. Jorklna held up both handsn pocket

not half believed them, and bad never there In tlmo. ) a Saviour to the world The wee of I,, "Are you going to bang 8> years awe as be thought of the Immensity

.i,' heard It himself-until now. "Anioa!" he, cried sharply, motion. Chrl"t found its expression In the gift I stocking?" >f' his liabilities. Skeleton at Tea.t: .

'r That was it sounding again! Ins; to his as"i&Jant; "get thee down >if A life of pure and unMlftsn! service I What do you take me tort Do you "M'yes. murmured JacK, who was The hunger that slls at yonr owtRS t-

: He was no coward nor superstitious.! lad. It's more'A tim we was mat l In' \o mankind lie,.tave: Himself to the think: I want' to get one, of mf t wiry the conversation bad taken this bor's Christmas table Is a skeleton a

mud a wXt! IrrtUitlble impulse< seized & start! :loi" association with men s<> tint I[ frozen?"-Town Toylaa an. .JI..1u. .Well, I've jot rather Your own feast-CtUca IlIteloor.WHY .







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I BBI In

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as a mere pittance If toe IK

opened his purse ano snow** the SETTING THE CHRISTMAS DINNER CHRISTMAS GIVING automaton who attends to ho '

DECORATIONS color of his money, they fell: to with I nch'a wa'jts In the iweli hoteltowi.

a will. The first venture proved a i TABLE .--- .. Five and ten-dollar bills

success, and others hurried into the I I _ Sis way in a seemingly aever-ei

-- business. Tea years later1 nearly the In serving the Christmas dinner the rations. It Is a nice practice to placea IT IS GENERAL AMONG .ALL'' stream. For your millionaire at

GREENS AND CWERS OF MANY whole coast of Maine was stripped table should appeal to the eye ftd trifle at each plate In the way of CLASSES AMERICA. nor around the mellow season

VARIETIES USED. of firs, and the business moved In- well as to the stomach, and the boat- a favor-a lord bearing an InscMp- "; IK the ('blelnld to good digestion in

land. The trade has grown until now ess should look well to the setting of tlon, a little basket of flowers a rose> 'I 'ng happy those who wait on

--- over 1,000,000 Christmas trees are sold the festive board and the decorations, a pretty vinaigrette a silver card rii. Rich as a Rule Give Generously Walters who ought to know d

Both ta_ :Northland and the Southland every year In New York and New To l be a model dinner, the hostess case!, or a date book, or a calendarfor of Their Vast Means-Vast that It Is not uncommon for aID i

Contribute Each Their England, of which two-thirds come requires a perfectly appointed table, 190G. such a place as the Waldorf A
to by
Sent Europe
Sums
from souvenirs are also to out 1-100 and $tOO and
Share oC Holiday Beauty- Maine alone. well cooked, tempting food, and\ tie Special Christmas come
Holly and the Pine. Gi-ound-plne, so pretty and tiC) correct serving of the same good. Tiny stockings! can be filled Emigrants. $500 ahead during holiday weal

muc4 procurable for a little money In selecting her decorations she with presents; there can be little 'Utmastido la the time of good Another contribution of gen
conies from the northern lake region. table Christmas trees or branches" of h.>l1Y. CSi proportions put into the Chrlil
Far behind we are leaving! the hare should consider the sUe: of the cheer. The time when, with a natural '
unbrightened; Christmas ot Puritan Wisconsin sends forth yearly something and the number of the guests. If the Or in the middle of the table can eta the millionaire, banker, box isthat. for dinners to the
Impulse, *
U feared this loaded with candles Hundreds of dinners of this! chat
this holiday like 200 tons It table be small every effort should be Christmas tree
ism, are making our broker, merchant and the wage worker -
greatest one. Of comparatively recent decoration may In the course of a bent toward making It appear large and tinsel and-holding little gifts for remember their less fortunate are given on Christmas day thr
few years become very scarce, it be- be of each one. I out this broad land -dinners
date is this change, of decidedlyregent and well filled. The favors can brother mait. The man who would
lag to tho plant by of the most decorative ways to turkey and cranberry sauce an
date, the general custom In necessary pull up good size and the decorations numerous One undertake to approximate! the'millions
America of the lavish use of special the roots In gathering the greens. Una and of a nature that would finish a table la with ribbons strung even at this time ol and, ice cream, and all the good t
given
decorations in honor of Christmas. gay holly, more popular than the look fussy upon a more sizable: table, from the chandelier in such a way \s would set away himself Impossible associated with the day And

The south has long followed the ground-pine, cornea, at least the best It the table be large and the guests to reach the plates. To tho end of year task but the following Information l good things coat! money-turkey

customs of Merrie England In the of it, from the two states of Delaware numerous, the effort should be to each ribbon can bo attached a Rift. ,aid one to form somo idea.

matter of bringing hi from wood and and Marjlaud. There is some make It look smaller This is done When the company Is seated-and may custom of emplojcm -

:Held the beautiful, Christmas greens I Importation of Kngliah holly and. I by keeping It plain and by arrangingthe ; I la the seating there should be the I Tim of present-day giving money gifts to their l f
,
with which to give home and church I mistletoe, but not a great deal. I trlmlmnga high. Avoid overcowd- same attention to couples as at Iin employee undoubtedly had Its origin i Y I I Ip.

People In Atlanta, Ga., do not have I
bankers and brokers; but it
among
to buy their mistletoe the city authorities I
has gradually spread until now the
are glad to give it away; la
distribute
employer who does not
wagon loads. It is a parasite that
Christmas envelopes to make glad thelIeu.
disfigures the trees on which it
work fur him
and women who
) grows, appearing in inches from out !
id the exception that proven the rule
to three feet across. When detached -
r ? In Now Yolk.'a financial center, I
+ p. i
from the shade trees in At-
,
,
Wall street, the year 1901 1 U still well
lanta that for it
anyone cares may
remembered for the great sums of
come and cart it away. given! by the financiers, bankcm .
Because of i'a magic, rather than money I
and brokers to their thousands of
decorative qualities-though the graceful 1111TIH9' f fi
waxen clusters have a certain : employes; It wan the record year for
y .3.
good cheer For Instance, It !is a f
beauty of their own-it hi not bought
'
well-known fact that the llrm of J. l .
in large quantities. Nevertheless, we
Morgan & Co. (gave lo Us empires
ore said to use about 10,000 pounds: of S
of half a million dollars.Every ,
alone upward
+, tye .
it at Chilstma: time And when we /' r' fI
clerk received an amount
call to mind all the magic that can '
equivalent to hU j ear's salary, while l.tt:V.TOnIAN.S' error-
bo worked by a single sprig, think of ivycents
ho( head of derailments had checks
the conjuring done by 10,000 pounds!
Anyone caught under the n1Ist1t.'0' amounting from $5,000 to $JO,000) handed a pound, and the other d<
to them with the firm's best wishes: cles in proportion
If
mast pay forfeit of a hiss And
an unmarried (but still marriage Jle) for a "Merry Christmas and a Happy IMA year the Salvation Arm.700Q0o .

I woman, place a bit of mistletoe over New Year." : poor In our large!: citltsover.
while the gifts have not been for
a door, the flrxt man walking underit Hut $100,000) was collected
TUB 1I0.LLY. at once falls under her spell It 'ruU h > /no large; since, lit) man who finds iris put pose by means of the army'9 pot

I she disapprove ot him, she may let i living In Wall street suffers for want a familiar sight at this neaxou

festival air; but from the pine land I'' him go, but ho Is uuable to make ? ;; ;Il I 1 +111h'J J vy 91 of generosity on the part of his employer every dweller in New York, Chi

of Maine to the mistletoe haunts of freedom for himself. tt tl at this season For; years, no Philadelphia, Iloston, und other c

California from the creeping grounl- The use of flowers adds to thy A iJVJNTY CllHlt1' rAI! DINXIMl: THt1.l matter whit, tho condition i>f the Market Amounts varying; from one con

pines of northern \VIKcouslnto the beauty of the Clnlstir.as decorations, : ono well-known broker has Riven $5ii) are droppod' I Into the pots

high parasite greens down In Hawaii, but never should we let go of the hit a large table, for the plainer the ordinary dinner then comes luo JjKM lu gold to each of hU oilloe boys, many pennies I are contributed In '

wo all have learned how to keep Christmas greens; they carry the Iradltions tetter, providing there be a certain serving of the feast\ twice that sum to a few of the ilerks.. York and Chicago that niathluei

Christmas. Poor indeed is the housa bring up old memories' as no degree: of prettlneHS. j i It IRI.. limo-ho ored custom to p;'neo sad $:'iOO lu the rest, the telegrnpaersTUB employed In counting them.

that doe not show Christmas wreath Christmas dinners come late 01 I the turkey on the table before the Many millionaires there ore
'
in the window, hang holly over the' Christmas day. whether It be a noonday Kiiest. come In, or to set forth the who are noted for their gifts; at

picture of some beloved absent one, dinner, which Is revved at three ducks, the geese the roast of beef, or time of the year to cheer the pan

port a bit of mischiefproving 111 Is- o'clock, or a dinner at six. In either the loin of pork---whatever. they bathe big wholesale poultry dealer In

tletoe. cart, the light falls, before the dinner ,i Christmas bird.I York has had ono of the rout

Once tbe housewife was concerned Is over, and there must baitlll- Hut In these later and more pain ti Il leading millionaires for a regular

only with the gifts for'her brood; nowa clal light.It I pered days thq stomach rebel against: 1 I tomer for the last six Christen'

most important part of the preparation -, is a pretty plan to set! the table the sudden plunge; Into the roast, and and, each reason' he places an c

is the Christmas decorations with candles and to light them In the the palate demaitds a relish-oysters, for COO tl1rlteya-tl,200.. this

But in both city and villagewe have middle of the dinner. A good time soup, fish, and goodness; knows what item alone. John E Andrus, m

goodly store to choose from. 'ihe 4 for this is when t the turkey ia taken! all The* roast conies later flanked of Yonkers, N. Y., and owner of

markets are overflowing; greatest off and the dessert brought in. with a green salad and with \egetablea 1)00,000) worth of property, gives i

strides have been made in the "Christ i I i The service at each plate for an In- :|. and with the mound of cran- morn than a quarter of a million

mas greens" industry.; Such oppor- formal family dinner consists of a : berles. lam to charity every year, and b>

tunity as we have ,to make house and plate a large dinner bapkln, folded I If the turkey must be prf'APnt.l'o.1 i Ys''r1by = rotait the greatest part of this forte

church beautiful. .First ,of all, of square, a water tumbler, two knives the beginning to the end, It Is a wise distributed at this season. The

course, is, the tree, and this we may -one steel knife and one butter plan to place him upon a side taole. of Yonkers always have a ni

buy very ,reasonably, the best of alla I spreader-and two forks one shelter,I Here ho can be carved and dl tl'Lb- Christmas, because of Mr. An

fragrant, symmetrical, strong .balsam than the other; also two teaspoons. uted. Upon the table ho Is always' Last year he sent out 1.200 din

Br;' then; we shall,want'yards and I At unusually formal dinners bread I' In the way, and there is no room nor and gifts by the wagon; load for

yards of ground-pine, to loop tout and butter is not served, and an the comfort for the carver. lie If he so chlldien.

chandelier, to wreathe from earner to i "butter spreader" can bo done away please, can exhibit' his shill from :aside In thla connection woe must

corner, to drape about pictures; holly '. with. The matter of individual Halts table and the guests can be I, uuli take Into cortslileraflon the ni

with its greeneat ,of green and red- TUB POINSETTIA .1 I'I. and peppers depends upon the custom nerved by a serving maid who will II sent to Europe by Uncle Ham's '

dest of red. is indispensable and we I of the household. It Is perfectly good carry the plates around.. I i citizens Just before Christmas

select many branches; th-e mistletoewe costly orchid or ,rose Is able. A flow1' form to have them on the table, and, Every Christmas dinner must have has amounted to about $2.000,000 jIf

get in smaller quantities but pay that displays with wondrous vividness If It is the family custom to do so, Its touch of holly, every dinner ita bit ;\IIT.T.J :oJAlltN'S T1MH OB since 1UDO. The Christmas li

juuo+i attention to quality,want little the happy 'Christmas: green and they need not be dispensed" with on of green, every Christmas dinner Its CIIAIMTY of 390.1): tha first sailing on flees

'twigs thick with waxen berries. 'Chen'the '' red. Is the tropic blossom called br Christmas day. Christmas motto in one form or another and all others in bin employ. All told, J2, and the last on the 19th, ca

house would not be compete, ac the name of polnsetta. It hascenter a Lot the table INI net In the family and every Christmas dlnne.: i tills broker drop something like ,$10,- to the old country 1U1.C03 post

cording to present notions', unless of 'yellowish dots, radiating; manner, and then go about the dico- must have its own peculiar menu I GOO into the Christmas box. money orders valued at $lSS8,29besides

there were some -of the ,wondertul from which?In ,most graceful droop- Although wage-earners In o'.her many thousands, of dollar
--- ------ --- ---
Christmas blossoms; .and .we:,buy both Ing lines, are gorgeous pointed leaves marts of train. probably, an a rule, roistered l letters. Of ,these m

potted plant and 'oat flowers. A house more naming than any leaf our au- WHERE THE KENTUCKY HOLLY do not fare as well us.tul", few there orders 81,331 calling for $830,6.::

full of fragrant pines and 'blossoms tumn puts forth. The green leavesof am who are entirely forgotten.A went to Great liritaln. Thirty

makes an Ideal Christmas atnosphere.bespeaks the plaat are vivid and polished GROWS certain big department store In

rugged; winter ''beauty, nail the whole very, very beautiful Th ono of the custom cities has given II

sweet summer! jutomliw. I, florists at the Christmas season Hell each of Its 2,000 odd! employes five dol

Probably even mlddle-agnd people both potted polnsetta and cut flowers, lure apiece for several yearn past 'I he

of the day think: the Christmas tree neither lasting many days, but most amount In not graded according" : to thermplo'e' n_

I satisfying while they last. ,. position,, and Importance.

Clnnerarla, with their\ lovely colon Tho members of the firm take the
end texture of petals, are favorite
I ground\ that they give the fivedollarbills
potted blooms,.and ,primroses vie with
reminder of the
4 r a, simply as a goodHill
;yclarn for f vor. Some dealers arerow M t u ,.e1pt they bear their workers and HO
lilacs for Christmas otler-
forcing the head of the silk department U not
logs, but they have not, ;yet appearedIs
entitled to a gift one tithe bjgger than
any quantities. Roses it Is needless
that received by'the hmiiblost package
to mention, are well liked but
wrapper In the store.
the Christmas prloed are pretty stiff '
For aomq reason or other five dollars .
Each some novelty for decoration
year -
has coma to be looked on, out-
Is Introduced, and the Aoilsts
side of banking and financial circles,
windows are filled with the old standbys -
as about the light; sum to be givento
side by aide with the Intituiv
employes. Inquiry among office
blossom leaf. Ileautlful bronze
new workers In the sky-scrapers and the
and copper leaves the galax, are mak Hales-poople In the retail and wholesale I SENDING MONEY TO EUnOPK,
ing their way In the north; it Is now
stores has substantiated .Ibis thousand sevei hundred and fit
liked to put A Jeaf .or two with the

Christmas laxJtage.. They come from statement. Uermani were made happy by the'
But a firm does not limit Its
the highlands of the Carolinas, and many celpt of t284,328Oamong& them.
nrl.trna.* box contributions to those
loss than Italians
the demand tor them ia providing K Though G.OOO t
who work for It directly. This Is
par- to relatives frlei
considerable work for the idle moun- money gifts \and
tahIPf'rB.Vhen ,they arrive In good ticularly true of concern with of- the average value of each gift '

THE ]XlSTLETQ.l condition they are exquisite: and now flees In the skyscrapers. The eleva- thirty-three and a third dollars; w

1 the greatest easre Js being taken In tor men the superintendent, the win the 81,000 Englishmen who rem
IbM been common here fur I dow cleaners the scrub all
Imany women, arttaken
the sorting and ,tucking\ of the ga'ax bered their old associates did so to
many but In tit Uibnrdly of. And the
years; rnaUtr care amount of
,
The galax regioca Jf of wide extant, extent of .something under ten
30 years alive we adopted this money they get Is a caution.! In one The
lam Hungarianstho
reaching from Onorjtla to Virginia.The apiece K
,feature .f the day. Half .a .century of the lesser if New
skyscrapers YorK
richest leaf olorlog does not appear \\llKRii. KKXTl'fKV. 1IULLT OUUMtf. most. generous gifts each 'a
.ago It was only fvnelgners that _luada l/I/ the three elevator men, when they
until late ia the ,;year, until after aging $19. Then came the Uussl
use of lit, cfalkteen of Americans Have yea ever stopped to consider have only two or three good boughson ; counted up their gifts on last Christmas
the frostsAt tree proper time, whole $17.00 with the Austrian next, a I
knowing fc only an pleasant myth where all fcbe holly and laurel CO pop If, the others being scant of foliage eve, found, that they had receiveda than The
mountaineer families will turn out tohan'.t cents lean $17. ,Germ
And England In the second o.uarte ular for decorating the homes during and of inferior color and tbe trade little over $100 apiece. These men
this beautiful crop parents sent the smallest gifts, $8.50 they
of itbe I last century considered the the Christmas, season com from demands that the boughs shall be full had pet up a box, artistically painted
children below the
12
and the 10 or cllmMng ing the' only ones Engh
tree cUD a German Institution. as search of die Comparatively few persons to whom fresh and studded with berries. The with holly designs, In each eleva:.or.
about Jn finest lea.... The Italian, with hU pickaxrandcovered
:not let fully belongjot to her; t..day : tear this question might be put world be native, mountain boys are Invaluableto flute a lot of"" mall change; was
with or will be 'cloU
None spot &o- : e may seemthlnjt a
4h K'oglbhtpeaklngtlons vie el IUI home _able to ansvwr, it. the shippers of bolly They ellmb dropped iota, them, but snore WH .
after Is
and rest bred but sentlxneatal) and war
rrpvrd
ttae German In love"f the tr e. A'a..al. quantity .f It comes from the trees like squirrels, rna out on the given them direct by the tenants. Inurns
meet be another ortrtntThove when he Is
there hearted passed
It U Illustrative of the manacr ,dr' Kentucky. During practically the es limbs and bend them down to the varying from $1 to $25. ou

which big things grow from the that PSJM Inspection ape tied hibuschea tire month of December the mountaineers I ground, where the women and children The Christmas pickings of thin trio street, but the figures trove tha:

MuaHes*. of beiBEnnlngi. the bulldiag so many to> a btUltll, ntbe of eastern ]Kentucky with their hold them and strip them of their are 1'1' small though, when comparedwith least at one season of the year:
the local :1
to Here
: buyer.
take citizens in
leads all of 1
our new
*
up of tie Christinas tree industry luaerlca. wives and chUdncn, are busy gathertag green bought.Oreat that of the men who run e, vatori .
"Country Life Is America they are i-srefully packed In layers the boughs of belly, with their pretty difficulty Is experienced' by th".hlplH'D in the great office buildings that penning Christmas cheer across tr
tells the moss" betwfwa, the layers oiled pavers and It is shipped to deal- where, but for the Immigrants' ctrlbutlon ,
dory of IllS birth: "About 7n red berrtm. In getting the holly to the have several thousand tenant Ins"ead '
;years ago a number of duck nun:: rs on th sides of tbe cases, sal tent us In all the principal cities throughout shipping point after It has been cut of several' hundred, as In the. trio's In the Christmas box. c

cruhlfncunp: the coasts 'of Maln aa to the cities, reaching I there with the country. As a ale It takes and crated, for at this time of year rase. day would be a cheerless! oneMndfor

noticed the millions of young balsam their woods lessen kronze!. and cold lut alt the help available to supply the the mountain roads are almost Impassable Another class of men which reapsa many a family.

firs which grew along the chores, and slightly KATHERtN'K POPE. Hnormous demand. for heavy teams. The boxes of harvest during Christmas week. U -


nenW of the party that these symmetrical Onaint Old Custom. I Inset In the world. It 1 is the most email boys on crnde sleds made by taurtnt of New York. Philadelphiaand The largest Christina candles ma

evergreens would make et- In tile olden time the rule log was perfect I green and Is usually loaded I their own hand Chicago where only lunch Is are nearly six feet high weigh aba

eelJP-ut Christmas Ines. When tbeNew always laid *..Ide before It was burnt ,does with,tl3e: beautiful red To he average mountaineer the served, the waiter who doe not clear 40 pounds, are of pure white beeiw

> York yachum&n offered to I soy 'out. so that of the next Christmas :'.t the same time It is the holly Is not a thing of beauty, and as $78 over and above his. usual perquisites und cost $25:! apiece.

a few shiploads o( young firs. the I day the new Yule log nnX>t bo lighted cult to fgtfcer, for the reason bfarrit'.j)for decorating their bouses for Cbrl'- feels sure that there Is no St. :Nick Th!. Time.-

honest Ulne' Carmvr "VIl3'Itt'leo! was '.lttT the cbarrcil romafJ *f Its ptidr I lttle: trees grow la 'the' most (r*ttt.-e' tlrl1J.! not to be tboiijof "rood' will toward" men" on earth. Yet King Dollar
Isn't so In It
11t1)(: rh.
JoIWII' Ihat rhea th.:1(1 'IIIU I:ct or !Mi, >place ffom tlm"s a tr. ] of. his tvliday up* would be regarJed .
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would go ever the trail until the snow dead. Th' managed'nf! \ has signed a I
cy settled. contract for th' appearance av this unparalleled ..

L. e..J" Three days later r.ame. storm onleet. attraction, for th' nlxt lour

r- fl T1'IIEe IIZi : ,-.LJ ) t! e followed by freezing weather, Hogan Reviewsthe years, an' has no doubt It will grow
which put a strong crust on the snow more popular all th' time, as Thaydura
Seeing Letters frolic over this crust Year 1905 Is constantly teachln' It new tbilcks

,c gave Ben au idea. l Wan av th' novelties promised for th'
2r ,, "If I could send a message for help new year Is a head-on collision be-
wY.e.. by the dog! Why not He's used to By HENRY M HYDE chune the elephant an' a railroad locomotive -

-e. --...... .-..... ... ..-" being sent on errands.' So he heated golri at 'top spaed. Almost
". ?"..." '"' ... :::" :. .;:"_... ." the tongue of a buckle and burned on Ivrybody but th' mahout Is afraid -
< a chip these words this 11 raysult In Ray-Pub's getttn O ANY of lie ln.;
ITCH WATER: was once If BO, the creature was now gone; be- "Xraaa mall stopped at Wttchwater "Ladles an' gents" said Old Man badly mangled, but Thaydure clay- these atren""?
famous. Now It Is an sides he cared little for such beasts. broken leg. Send help. Garry." Hogan "bayfure enterln' th' new show clans 'twill be only light exercise for days And tim. I ii.,-
almost 1 unknown spring, Walking silently down the gulch a Paper might get wet. This chip which has Jist been opened across th his pet. Public curiosity Is alrlcMy at introspection, ,_
in a rarely vlnlted little way, he suddenly encountered a could neither tear now fade. He tied it way, I'd advise ye all to t."e.a final white heat to see th' outcome av this glance ahead ,L
I mountain gulch.: For deer, probably going to the spring to to Letters' neclc. Then he tried patiently luck at th' freaks an' curiosities which tlnsational act. the slower pap I a"
many centuries Indians drink Ida rifle sprang to his shoulder all day to start Letters. But Letters have been exhibited for' th' last yea "In the Iar-r-/ge cage to th' lift Is a seemed to hu\p
f have regarded the place but It took some seconds to ,catch could not understand although he evidently undher th' old canvas which Is now din av ferocious, man-klllln' cUaffeura. even the mm' ,III
,. with superstitious awe, aa aim in that light. Aa his finger tried hard. lIe was wanted togo beln' taken down aa' rolled up for Tbey prayslnt a pleasln picture av tb' dustrlous of ,
q\ t and had named It Medicine pressed the trigger, he saw out of tle somewhere; so be went down the good. raysult av tbieatin Ivlc th' most savage time for the ,1(10
Water. corner of one eye the head and prickedears gulch, up the gulch, out on the trail "In th' first cage to th' right as ye an' bloodthirsty creatures with Ing apart alone
Medicine' in Indian of a lion rise over the edge of the forward and back a mile or so. and re- anther ye'll observe Casiie. th' Magnetic klndnlaa an' 60 days In th' band house. the Inquiry how i Iii
does not mean medicinal but anything gulch above him. turned. Marvel th' greatest wonder av Where formerly they rushed around it with you air
mysterious which Influences life, health With the flash and crack of his rifle Finally, near night Ben ostentatious modern times Ar-rmed only wld a th' couurhry, with fire flashln' from soul; but now we
e or mind. Ute deer leaped and fell, and the ly tied up the chip In a rag/ put the sweet smile an' a atub pin she fearllss their eyes, they ar-r-e now almost per- have little Inclination for that, melt
The rater of this spring wai "just stretched body of 'a lioness appeared package in Letters' mouth and ordered ly enters den av wild an' savage nctly derufstlcated, comln' to th' tatlon la put away with the rest of 'n.-.
sr'nary drink-water," aa "Llmpy" falling through the air upon Ben. He : "Go Letters! Go to Scott's! bankers an' be a simple wave av th bar-r-a to lap up gasoline from th' old-fashloned. unmodern.An .
Jackson the scout said. Its medicinelay was driven violently bock Into the Take It to Scott's! Go!" hand extracts "their money an' rtndors naked hand an' taktn their favorite editor friend of mine was ask i
In the manner of Its flow snow, and lay dazed. Scott was the name of the postmaster tblm perflctly harmliss an* obedient to meal av rubber tires with purrs av if they turned out much work m ut
The trail led over the brink of a Presently he caught his breath and where the mall was due. Letters her slightest wish. So potlnt la the delight. 'Tl3 explcted that further office. "0, yes." she said; "we don,

abort, rocky gulch, perhaps SO\ feet his sight cleared. The lioness stood knew; him. He looked grieved. It was .. n '_'.nl nn" progrlss will be made durin' the new think we Just typewrite."
deep. ,One clambered: down the'slope, with one paw on his thigh. Instead of such long way off. He seemed to year In th' direction av makln' thlm On tho eve of the New Year let UJt
went a few rods' up the gulch, and I seizing his throat; she screamed an exulting think tor a moment; then he laid down gentle an' bar millis, an' bayfure long be t old-fashioned once more; look bade
there about four feet above the bottom ,I signal to her mate and watched the rag and put out his paw for a their thralner hopes to be able to enter into Time, and look forward What
was a small shelf of rock, not Letters who was bounding frantically ; good-by shake. r their din in perfict safety. has been the loss the last twelvemonth ,
larger than the top of a hogshead. In about her menacing assaults upon her ,' Ben shook, then said: "Oood-by "Bayfure passir,' on I wish to call what the outlook for the
niche of the wall. Water flowed over flanks. Now go, sir!, Oo to Scott'*!" Letters your attlntlon to tb' curious objicta twelvemonth to come. Let us take
thla shelf out from a crevice, and The dog soon ran in valiantly and : picked up the rag, whined mournfully, confined In this lar-r-ge double-barred stock. What resolutions should W8
dripped from its edge to the little ba- nipped her tall. She turned head I and trotted away over the edge of the steel enclosure You will observe that venture on?
..ln below. snarling. This gave Ben a chance. He 1 gully. they constantly spend their time In Weary of present materialism, w, ,.

At Irregular intervals the water slyly drew his revolver. At the click One hour-two-three-the dog did Jumpln' up and down on each other's will look to character first of alt|
spurted In a jet as large as a man's of its hammer the lioness started, but not return. He was gone.. Would he Faces. This, howl vir. does not indicateas What retrogression here the past ,.ear"
finger clear beyond the self a yard -IT too late. He shot her through the head keep on the whole 43 miles? Wouldhe it might uccra-:that they ar-r-e Have we grown; a shade more selfish,
more. If one were stooping to drinks and was trying to rise when the lion get through in spite of the dangers mad at each other. Far-r-r from Itl! lax unsympathetic? And do we hypocritically
9 the basin, or stood carelessly too leaped from above at the dog, only to by the way? On th' other hand it is th' favorite call our selfishness "tbft
f near, he might be drenched. This Jet receive a ball la his chest as he When two more days and nights method av arnusemiut! among these proper looking out for our own inter,
1 I lasted only a minute, and then died alighted.In had passed with no rescue, Ben feared strange creatures, th' scientific name ests?" Do we look wltb Increased
and : FoutbalHbus rushio. pride on the laxity and term It "tolerance .
of the
away. scrambling out way, that Letters was dead and resolved to 1 av which Is center
The spurt ABA accompanied by a long firing again, Ben, became conscious of start himself the next morning. These two fine speclmlns ar-r-e not ," an advance in worldly win
sigh, like a heavy breath of 'relief, a frightful pain in his right leg. He "Bone's knit all right" be thought, likely to remain with th' show much dom? Are we satisfied with the narrowing
which from bosom of the not his &9 Harvard have of our sympathies and do ar
>, proceeded the could get upon feet so after dressing his leg. "Daren't try longer as both Yale an'
rook and feel of air crawled to lioness and ''herto speak of this as "more pbliosophj!
one might a puff the sat upon any weight on It yet but I reckon I offered largo: sums for thlm.
l h .u* from the crevice. Clearly, thought examine his hurts. The small bone can travel on tone foot.,. Guess I can "But: now, ladles ,and glnts, I will Quite likely.
the Indians there 'was spirit Imprlfton broken between knee and ankle. And now comes the
a was not detain longer. Ointle'manlyushers contemplationlow
draw the mall sledge, a few rods at a you
"rl In the! rock and his place His clothing torn and there far do want this to
was was were time quite a piece in all day. This l.vy will now pass among you distributing we go on:
*:M
.,.. . -. '.- -.-...--,"--.-. Thus resolved he slept soundly. In "CABS: TIIK MAGNETIC MARVEL. : will enable you to remain to th' grand down of standards, unsoclalism go onto .
,i'I the night he was awakened by a 'power av .\lttble'l.dy\ that at her 1 movln picture show av the shrapnelan' an old age ruled by mercenary mo-
I, pounce upon his body. lIe started up word av command th' moot ferocious i siege guns of Manchuria a glvln Ives, marked by low principles, by In-
I grasping his revolver flnanceers fawn at her feet an' form a place to th' gentle dove av peace. The humanity? HeUho! Just this callingof !
II I "Why., Letters" pyramid on th' top av which she cost Is but a dime-tin cints-th' things by their right names has
atti price av a good cigar entitling you, brought us up short; we tremble a.
The dog barked pranced, rolled over stands in a graceful an' explosive
at th' same time, to a cushioned little stood up on his hind legs, shook hands tude. So overpowerln' is tb' popular
seat in th' reserved section. Stay or that unsavory old age. Maybe I It
and manifested delight In every dog intherest in this marvelous woman
an' hear th' latest songs an' ballads would be well on New Year's Day toIdfashionedly
, gish way. But Ben noticed that he that th' managemlnt has-at enormous ,
I'' did It lamely and with nice care. Malt. exptnse-reengaged her for another rendered be refined artistes who put up some old faahoued
I'il ing his Are blaze he saw that Letterswas season an' she will be wan av tb leadIng have sung bajfure all th' crowned bids mottoes:
"
il'I "For seloahncas Id death.
' badly scratched with sore scars, attractions durin' a larrgepurl ,
!I .. besides being very tired. ,av th' new year. .h/jdd. "1 bad a very unpleasant" conversa

" No doubt the dog had been ta a fight "In this lar-r-ge double din a I Ii i with some wild beast a day or two ago.I I I lift you will find th' twin wilds min "Every: man takes care that his
,, But the chip was gone-evidently Letters Tom-Tom an' Bill-Bill. The first was neighbor shall ,not cheat him. But
I bad lost It. captured afther a therrlble slhruggle (I Ir a day cornea, when be begins to earn

''III "OO, LUTTERS! GO TO SCOTT'S I Ben fed the dog liberally, and the In th' wilds W Boston; th other was' ti that he-do' not cheat his neighbor.
Then all well. He has changed
I in figger-four thrap In th' goes
: two lay down together. They would caught a 1
I translated the Indian name correctly der and arm. He' sat a few moments start in the morning, and Letters Jungles av Wall sthreet. Every day his market cart Into a chariot of the
I'' Into Wltchwatcr. thinking. would help him. onthil noon they spied th' time calltu' sun."
One day Investigation came along "Here's a fix." he said to( himself. "I Letters each other blood-curdliu names ryer Let us goon taking stock., How ia
Just after daylight leaped
'with a miner's drill and maul and shan't be able to walk in a fortnight th' long distance tlllphone, with which Is with the health of the body? Had
and out of sight aIO'Ilgthe
barking ran
would know what, made the water act maybe a month-and the mall due tip him the din is fitted., Promptly on th' that been neglected has 1C.been over
Ben heard' barking
along
trail.
NO. The maul broke down the self; through'day' after to-morrow. No help : off. Soon clear "Hello' stroke av twllve th' dure separating yrI considered-one evil, no less than the

I the drill penetrated the crevice.: A nearer than two days' Journey. What sounded way above his bark a and presently ih two cages is thrown open an', v other Have we Jealously guarded the
,, I gush of air and water, and it was roduced ought a fellow to doT First got to fix Letters reappeared at the brow of tire while th' spectators hold their breath, 1'I share of sleep eta due not stolen there
I to a commonplace spring. After this leg myself. Next get up that deer three stalwart th' two desperadoes ar-f-med to tb' from In mistaken ambition mistaken
leading
that the great trail no longer bent for provision. Lucky there's lots of gulch, proudly teeth rush toglther an'-embrace each pleasures? Has the dally generous
I.. that way, and the place once thronged wood read,.. Guess I can stick It out settlers. other. Highly moral an' instructive gift of air and sunshine and flying
with devotees, became waste. here till I can travel If they don't miss "Hello down there! one cried. "All exhibition. Endorsed be press'! an' pul cloud and fair sky been unregarded.the .
When a few' thin'settlements began the mall and send a scout to look for alive and chipper ,eh? That's good! pit. (Hank Rogers an' Jawn l>. please "world too nwtcb wits us?" Have
beyond the mountain, Richard Garry It. Here you Letters, quit worryingthe We teared-IIow' this We expectedto write.) This attraction has ilao been we boon neglectful, with gross carelessness -
took the contract for carrying the mall llon'8 ear!" find Dick Garry! Well, well And specially relngaged for th' new year paid no heed to building tip

over the Witch water route once a Ben crawled to the nearest bushes ronre getting on fine. Boy, you've Oo th' platform across th' tint nlxt wasted tissues; expended: energy at the
rnontb. This route was 03 miles /without and cut bait a dozen stout splints. done a big thing; mighty few" man d\tre to th monkeys' cage you will see price of health?' Or have we been la-
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a habitation. He followed the old With these and his handkerchief he could have managed so well. Prot, Harry Lebr nn' his clUhrated temperate of win and. meat?-the ODe I
trail put Witch-water, the new road bound up hilt leg, first carefully patting Ben shook> hands all round. Then. troupe av performln' dogs. Three evil no greater than the other. Have
being not yet made, and It waa generally the bone In place. Then he came a reaction. He burled his face times a day th' professor an' his pets r I we thought and talked nothing but
Wlrhwatr mall." ':a: his hands and sobbed for several FOOT B.VJVLJBUS. CENTERRU5fIO.- concerned with
I I called "the crawled to the camp, cut a long string alt down to ta' table togltber an' so 'I i symptoms, been wholly
An accident had lamed Garry, so from the sledge there, and wound his minutes. will tbraiaed ar-r-re th' latther that av Europe Nowhere Use will you the carnal? So, many omissions so
that his nephew, Ben, a young hunter bound-up leg securely. Also he washed "Don't now!" "Shot"! "Your hard" I. 'tis har-r-M. to till whlcU! is which. such a pleasln. am' elevatin' entertalnmlnU I many over-anxieties- we> may have been
t not half-way through his gene, took his scratches and anointed them with times are all over now. youngster! : This amu ln' an' entertainin "exhIbition I guilty of. Let us pet In prominence
i out the December mall starting at Ilay.I fat melted over his fire. With the ax "Take It easy!" With such assurances enjyes tb' special patronage av th' "An' rayratmber whin you pass out. on New Year's-Dayr
I break with the post-bag, provisions, he cut two crotched poles for crutches the men soothed him until he became smart set an' av all !h' swelled bids av that thf now show, Jist across th road*. I. "A sound mind in a sound body
I snowshoes ax: and fur sleeping bag put his broken leg in a sling from his calm. Newport. 'Twill be your last chance hi.. alrldlly opened its dures an' Is- I Have we been cross Irritable, irrltat
\ I bound on..a.Bledge,. malting a load of shoulder, and found that he could bob- One Cf them busy gettIng breakfast to enjye; th' performance a* th' professor rayslntlns for your amusemlnt a. ling? '"Let a man practice tae minor
bout.100 pounds. Ills rifle was at hIs ble slowly. broke ont: "Well, if the youngster Is I sow experlmenUu with a raymlndoua aggregation av recher. virtues." Have we been Inaccurate,
I back,'revolver on one hip knife on the Thus he made his way" down to the : laln't kept camp neater'n a well man! monkey with which he has alrlddy an' marvelous attractions, Includln th'' ( untruthful? "In all the superior pro-
other, Hledxe line of buckskin over his deer, skinned and cut It up and with Meat hung up. eevrythlng clean and succeeded) in geuta' on such Intimatean blat av thf old an' a host av new an.* pie I have met, I notice directness
3 breast, and dog at his heels, Letters .to help pull dragged Its flesh handy, no litter. And he 'most too lameto eoafldiatial terms that he expiets tartlin' features. We aim to please" truth spoken mere truly, as If everything
I "Ben," said the old postmaster, "this to camp on 1U skin a yard at a time. stir!" to prayslnt a litthte lather In the new of obstruction' >> of malformation
}J Is an extra mall. All the settlers on In doing this while his hurts were yet "Sho! So he has. But see this here ; season a startlln an' sinsatlonal twin JO.ItXTV' TEAK'S LONG AGO. had baen trained _aT."
I the other side get their Christmases new, he Buffered much less than if he leg, Bill. If there's a doctor can do up u. Have we been hermit, or frivolous;
In this mall. Be careful lad, and put had "alted.Thill a broken limb In a handler Job than BIS ROY FARRELL GREENE. one extreme the other? Have w"-
tier through on time. You can do it I work occupied him all night. this I don't know him! Ben, you're a There war gallamt beaux around her, eaca* shut ourselvesaway from mankind

In four days?" By the time he had eaten a little breakfast I buster!" 'her*an were homage Calhoun'a uo to firm pay dlaclplci, and tb:*> lived a life of selfish seclusion untroubled
"Uncle'Sam can be sure she'll get his hurts began to inflame, and the While eating they told Ben how Let. I followers of Clay; ourselves with civic and I social
: there all right if the mountains don't pain made him feel sick. Neverthelesshe ten appeared at Scott's, torn and fen of strength who mold a nation and_ responsibilities, got ourselves into
tall ,on us-can't he Letters?" I slept several hours In pure exhaus- bloody. They inferred be bad met nad future course outline- a state whore any reminder of the
",'as' small shepherd tion. Build ..tructur for their children and Mir uo-
Letters Garry's fought oft a wildcat. The chip which great seething life outside seems
dog. who barked an If In Rl'l1l1leSCence'l I When he awoke at noon his broken he carried was read, and three mea They children had gathered-yarrs there and mine.together; thuw pardonably Intrusive unwarrantably
1 "Oooi-by. then. Snow leg was swollen and very painful. So started as soon as they could' get had c.... from far and neat, impudent? book! out look out.
Guess you'll have a fair trip. Luck toil ho heated water In his camp pan and eady. Letters' wounds were dressed; ',%'''o. trip a sat gay measure era the paaolncof "He prayelh- best who loveth best.:

;, you! Good-by, Letters! I I laved It for a long time until the swell- he was fed and given a bed by th And whllon: the year care;. were banished aa.they All things both great and small\
1 9': Letters ran up and gravely put up Ing partly subsided and the ache nearly fire; but be soon started after tbe men tided to and fro And the-ovec-trlvollty. What has it-
I'a paw for his customary good-by I Ip ceased. But his scratches burned and kept with them until they were r I II When grandma tread the minuet one.New all amounted t.; the late hours. thee
I hake. The ceremony having been duly and smarted dreadfully.Four about a dozen miles from Wltchwater T car'a Ions; &sro.Rlwal nlght-of-lt, pile upon nlght-oMt? No-

performed the postmaster watched days of this wore upon Ben. when, be dashed ahead alone,. statesmen turned from labor. otrdt- books no thowgbtfulness. no Urn for
, them stride over the snow until they Ceaseless pain, an awful sense of lone After breakfast one of the men seteft I I plonu>cy ta steal charitable dee, for hunting up neglected '-
" disappeared behind a clump-of ba b.' ly helplessness, cold, damp sleepess-! with the mall. The other two- rigged .k reel within the maxes of an old.Vlrgjala friend:, for the kindly bowel
it'/ It was still early to camp when Ben ness, the accidental touching.of his a litter of two poles with skins lashed reel duties. True. "We must have society.
And the friend of abolition by eaca.act and
1 1S
!; arrived at AVItchwater: the second day I sores and continual Irritation all together across them, on which Ben lay cane I word of mouth We cannot spare ,variety;" but likewise
, ) out. This-was the usual camp aDd were united with worry about 'ortably, while the men shouldered the Ixpresiied the bond of kinship>> ulth.th. true we meat have home variety
bad a little brush but with plenty of the mall. poles and carried him. clans of th* south from Society. Body an , wood piled up, close to the spring. He As It was now two days past the The mall reached Scott's on the It wa midnight when stole the muala from. the < '!! ;, repose, an escape: from Jar an*
, j bad ,only 43 miles\ farther to. go, and time when the.mall was doe. Bon began morning of the day before ChrlHtmiw. To aid belfry of cwelllnc tower violins, a moat harmonl- fret. And what Is the N..- Year. guide
, two days In which to do It. He was to, hope the settlers would sent What a Christmas eve the .settlers I .., own whole... for Ibis bhmderlog?
I tired. So he lighted; a Are, ato supper, I,for It. Naturally they would be Impatient made lor' blunt! 'TH'TWIN WILD MIN TOM-DOM! ABC And the old jear passed with pltpata from ". 'Tl! the fine soul,who serve in,,
bed and slept. with Lettersat not another stocking In 'each tripping heel and to*. society
made his at not receiving tbelr Christmas There was BILL-BILL. and not what Is called fine
When Grandma tread the minuet one New
his foet. I letters and packages.So all that region so stuffed as his on 1ar's: long ago. Have we been too base, t*> hurrle'
In the night Letters growled and far the weather hat been good. Christmas morning and there were brother act which will" show bnwsmall t. be klad. gentle retrp pawed at his master's breast. All the Letters had enjoyed himself.. The re- I besides parcels that It could not IMld. is tb difference bechoiM th lower low they danced a heart jr weloora to the exalted "business." nmrterra-ted friend,
of mountain lions had of the deer and a'Beat of honor at the animals an' some men. year but newly born where the
evening a pair mains lions furnished lie was given low the hours seemed shorter aa It nearT Anew? Let us bar*! thin
been screaming not far away; bltIcb him with all the feasting to which he Christmas dinner at Scott's and when 1 I "There in th' middle ladies an' grew to morn light will shine on It full and brlghs
nonndt were too familiar to alarm chose to Invite himself. the toast was given. "The Wltchwater gluts tied to tb'clnter poleax th' main tow the muslo ebbed receded,with a glory "Llf.Js not so sheet but that there '
either Ben or the dog. The fifth day a great storm began Mail" to which Ben was expected to canvas,stands Ray-Pub th'largiat ele- I In Itl tide time for co rte y." Have *'
filled the heart, the .. tilt In always
That pul ee>
Wondering that the dog had roused which lasted several days with Inter speak, all he could say, betas greatly phunt Ivir exhibited In captivity-bonearly Stacy It died! been unrelenting; unforgiving re.ailatory )
him, Ben took his rifle and went out, vals. Snow fell thickly and a gale abashed at the cheering waa: I I a million majority. Always a Ah, the 1'011'1&he WON haa jaded and a ? Dare, wit 'so continue, so M
HU campfire, nearly burned to ashes blew great drifts over the rocky walls "Ladles and gentlemen. The mall- big animal he has grown ImmlnAely lo<7sm nt'i found at lastAlong little ourselves? "His heart was **
and close to the gulch wall, was visiblea of the gulch, filling It with deep piles. well--er-the mall-she's bound to get durin' th' lasht year. Great credit for with memories, mildewed la the attics great as the world but there 'r" w
( few yards' distance. There was buta Luckily the camp and spring were through 1C the mountains don't fall on th' increase in size is due to Thaydure, Yet heart.of the are past warm with fellow.bl{e aawr room In It for the memory ot s
faint moonlight down In the gulch under the sheltering wall. All along UB! Kb. Letters?" i 4 I[1 his mahout, who has looked, carefullyeither the heart, I tr.v, wrong."
but the rough!: snowy edges showed distinctly that side there remained a narrow Letters was seated In a chair where his feedln' an' has kr.pt his When grandma tread the minuet oce New I I Helgho All the walls! of all flw
catch morsels thrown to him. blood In order be admlnlsterlr/:all Year long a o.Always motto;
; against the sky. clear streak a path by which Letters h* could will b* covered with
rooms
Seeing nothing alarming. Ben supposed went to his feasts, and a space for Ben At this appeal he barked right enthusiastically tonics. Nobody Use Las Ivlr been able with adage Mid admonitUw. Let 11
'I 4 that one of the lions had ventured to move about the little that was nee plainly replying. "Right you to make Ray-Pub take medicine, but Ae epta ble. I them vsith a geeing aye once i II
I.t" to the gulch cliff directly over essary. This storm put an end to are. Master Ben!"-Youth's Coa', aAr, Thaydure baa him vndher such per- A handsome lamp shad seldom see
I Ilct I conthrol that at th' wor-r-d a* comes anilM M a CUrlstmaa awhile.I' FOFJ:.
:' tin _lit 1,). so that the doC smelled hm. hopes ot speedy 1'e*<'U.. No scent Ion.- ., gift for a JtATHERlJE
.., command be jrw roll over SB< play. tre>aags
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