East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
December 25, 1908
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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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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:: :; : Give Give tactfully willingly.- ;

Put thought Into your giving.n'ot't 111

i i ii consider return gifts.
Never give to others what you

wouldn't want ycursolf.!

i ii The unexpected gift Insures a special SriWPM

i appreciation.To I

give ostentatiously Is the height ,

i I of Give bad to taste the sick: and the sorrowful

you would know the true joy of glvlni

Never give more than you can af-

ford. Your friends know your clrcum
; 1
stances as well as you do yourself and

the pleasure of both giving and receiving

I is lost PM1Jam'

NOW bad been falling inS

the mountain. many day '\

before Christmas. DownIn i I
the sunbrlght valley
mother and little Nina I t y ; Mi
gazed up at the shining I
peaks and were home- i iA d d dr 1

, They would gladly bave forgot. i

mow, but father was In a moun-
cabin all alone Mar aro.e'o'w urdp

Vill he hang his stockings by thee i we' I i
fireplace?" asked Nina "and't The wondroue lifht flood amyerery \
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you 'pose he'll be 'vlted some The ah.Dhrdakewed m use )
re to dinner wicked ewoped q pray nr1 )0.I I

I wish we had stayed with him" ForTee and pity enChrMmu pas ,
mother "1f he can live through Cfcy, Ix, now to com our jo'tull'.t time, try but little, In American decoration ",
I Let every man be Jolly; I at Christmas since both plants are
Inter In the mountain., so could took Na ,
A Mar aroea ear Bel Farh room with Ivy l leaves In drat '
and tree ,, And every pout with Holly exceedingly tare here. Hut In England
But he ,told us 'no,' don't you re- Swam then In wifcetiof yw r ew Without theo door let Burrow 11.. the use of the "Ivy at least I I. universal,
iiher' He said he brought us to ) could MOTh And If for cold lio hap to die, and the references to It In Christmas
purple u Well bury him In a Christmas Pye.
and small
alone would
(them California on purpose so we leaf and '+; And evermore b. merry, song story a
Id live always In a summer land," All tha ttyey eaw with ey vrk l.L volume.Ilesldes.
(other sighed The little family nom o of the evergreen plant ,Its claim to appropriateness
i fr / ) ttC I IA I have long been ronslc
i 1/r I A for the Christmas season which
been west few weeks when
only a I Mar la'w, k bred symbolic of Immortality It holds In common with other ever- L
offered book.
ier was a position as
user for a lumber i u a no a tlraMtad of rebirth. Hence greens It has two especially strong
company away up There
s ..... they and they alone are
i rh ?o recommendations of Its own. On account -
'the Sierras, Living in the moun19 .
had been delightful through the 0 sum soy I uowuds tb kwly. appropriate decoration of Its habit of clinging stronglyto rX

mer, but at the first hint of cold i d.s for the Christmas) season Its supporting tree or wall It Is
Its Set
And know the ear us now which was originally: a celebration under -
a popular symbol of friendship and
her the tent home was packed fa- stat
, bought ? Shoal'e -aUTH 5TIARYCHRISTMAS disguise of various national religious fidelity, and as such an excellent deco-
a cabin and sent mother
forms, of the turning of the ration for the season of good will and
the little daughter to the valley sun at the winter solstice, and the consequent .
I universal brotherhood. And It was
tther was an artist and he deed
renewal of life on the earth. In Roman days, sacred to Bacchus, 4
that he should like nothinger When
Constantine was converted, who, when a baby was hidden by his
to of
paint pictures snowy
he seized
upon every underlying likeness aunt, Ino among Its leaves, to save
ks with no one to Interrupt him !
I however remote bt'ween the old him wrath.
from Juno's destructive
nothing else to do but to guard PROVERBSThe faith and the !
i new. Every famllla rr
Prynne says: f
company's property symbol that might be stretched to fit
t Is a wonderful chance he had At Christmas men do always Ivy set 1 '
of the
love-light In the the
eyes strange faith
; old custom
every And In earn corner of the house It Mt;
.Ied, precious ones of the household Is the that would help to reconcile his lately But why do they then use that Daochus
other and Nina had tried 'to be- most brilliant of Christmas Illumlnatlons and sometimes forcibly converted weedTBooauaa

" he was right; but the little people i to their unaccustomed bellelwas they mean then Bacchui-llke to

nalow which they rented alreadyIshed The soft Christmas light Is not the adopted and re-explalntd And feed

seemed but a poor excuse least welcome where the shadow ol the return of the sun, bringing life This satirical explanation was but
too true In the earlier when
a house bereavement have fallen during the and light to the winter.bound earth, days, '
wish I could see him hang up his year. The Christmas angels hovet became! the prototype of the coming Christmas lasted for weeks and was ,

king" continued Nina "Oh, I wish i over such dwellings of sorrow In mln of the Son of Man bringing life and given over to a revelry almost whollyheathen

ulil put this penwiper I'm making leva.'l Istrlts of divine lovd light to the soul of the sin-bound In character, ,
he Today, In_America. the Christmasdecorations
very toe of It!
world. So that at nut fell the heathen frC
almost exclusively are of
other made no reply She "wished observances were-'nt"lned"u.
'such that .she. too might help fill r ai holly which for all Its popularity Is
,! possible, and merely given a'anlnlf. .
consecrated than
by legend
lonely stocking In the mountainn -- any
n, '1b other holiday greenery, To be sure
At the Christmas
festival the Ivy
' mother, mother!" exclaimed and holly still made we make a sparing use of the mlstli
yrerrruaoeoetnr a summer screenof toe which from the ancient DruidIcal
. dropping her spool and scissors 77ft ,
nwrurarHrXn 01 the stone walls, as In ancient Oar
meaning of given to Its wax-
I purity
springing her
feet. "I have a
}/(1f"/IJ1AT they had
o many turned the huge hallsat
'itlful Idea! You always have tot IJQ mid.winter to bowers white berries, and from Its use by ,
your Christmas don'tVou greenery them In the marriage rite, has com
presents, /flykbF wherein the
sylvan sprites, who dweltIn
. never can send them back to give a charter for kissing as "broad
summer among the forest treesmight the wind And have added the
you? < a* we
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pass frozen months without bittersweet which has no traditional '
not the' .
was answer.'ut too much discomfort
An echo
' signification whatever I I. not an ,
mother wish
you your Scandinavia /Is still heard In the say.log .
stmas present hadn't come Would evergreen, and I I. to be tolerated
current the
' among peasants of the merely for Its beauty's sake, and forth t
very polite to tell the ones thatIt old world that If
any bit of holiday
to slight suggestion It gives of the
you that were getting
you I decoration Is left In the house after '
holly bE'rrT.Our
K nicely
without their Christmas
Candlemas day (February 2)), a troopof
'nt American holly Is said to bless
and that didn't want Y
you really 1 little devils
wll enter and .It. one beautiful than the European

hy. of course not Nina. We It"II on each withered leaf everyone plant having leaves of a duller rreen, +,
ringing: Its own small curse the
But all allowances for
think of the loving thought be- poseslble
louse. These little devils are merely ,
be gift even If Uncle John disadvantages, It still Is a remarkably
the old forest
sprites detained
,M I send no skates this very win- MMf nftr / dM #rl theIr will by their against beautiful tree. And a* '
undestroyed winter symbol of the Immortality which It II f <
) 'a arc rtiN refuge and fretting to return to the
the season's mission to teach.
o arms flew swiftly around moth ;
neck, awakening woods of spring. I It surely has no rival. The leave remain r

h, I have such a beautiful Idea. The churches were) still green with i on the branches for three years,

ted Nina "We'll ride the Christmas garlands In those early losing their hold only when they are r

' with the Christmas box and on give 6 < ,spirit days, and ablaze with candles, at tbe pushed off at last by the growing buds ;

'Ives to father for a Christmas emples of Saturn bad always been of spring,

'it, He wouldn't return his during the corresponding Roman fes- Throughout England so little Is Its +
present now, would he?
cold you be contented. Nina to dote Virgil remark., "Trymmyng the known as "Christmas. Just as the x
qr emples with hangynis, Source Is called "Th "
hawthorn May.
up there all winter asked of Idndn< touches and garlandes was taken of
"r, "You Its name has been a matter of considerable
'e! four miles must from remember Fredalba.that You we coming of Christ In the heathen people 'which decked Interest. Tbeopbrastus and
their Idols and houses In sucba array. Greek author the
have other named plant +
no little
girls to play with heart of the Christ "
hool, no Sunday school no--" And a. time) went on, and It becameno Agrla; that I., wild or of the fields "

'"t, mother can't we have a school expressing Itself In more necessary to make conces- The Roman formed from this the
tau for the Ions that would''' help reconcile the word Agrlfollum and called It also
teacher and a Sun- friendliness and good
people to their changed faith theseheathen" and
<(cho i? Can't I have a whole row Aqutfollum, from actum, sharp
now men to play with? And. !) long and Is kind." customs became distasteful folium' a lear Dauhln and Lourtlro a

'*.r! we'll have a real Christmas! to the cburc One of the early first named It Ilex, from the resemblance r
let them bave
"' It happened that two councils forbids men longer "to deck: of its leaves to those of the

went up the trail on the passen-last Into kindly thoughts ap their houses with !lawrell yvle and Quercus Ilex a species of oak which tt,
greene boughes, as we used to doe of VlrglL Linnaeus
of the old year. x s was the true Ilex
the free child
""body going to meet you In spirit at the Cbrlstmaise season" adopted the name Ilex for the genus,

''Iba f' asked the stage driver <
weather Is pretty severe up temples. but In the baronial halls the for the most anciently known specie. tOur
a few thousand feet higher. Had celebrating tbe old customs lived on; lived down their popular name holly probably

-f rain In the valley and that wonderful Giver wbo questionable past; won again the tol- I. a corruption of the word holy a*
.i snow storms In the mountains. ration of the priests who had sternly Turner In his herbal call It holy and

' one will meet u.," said mother let us carry the banished them and today nil the evergreens holy tree. The thorny foliage and

We know the trail from Fredalba f all the following again are admitted to the the berries like drop of bright blood t

ur burros are there although we strictest church so that we again can could scarcely fall to remind a Chris-

1 expect to see them again until with all 'their meas ay at Christmas, Ian of the crown of thorns, and this,

summer." pleasure and bear la "Now with bright Holly all the temples together with the universal use of the
etrowWIth ,
'u can telephone from Fredalba." plant In the churches at Christmas
Ivy and sacred Mistletoe"
ted the stage driver "They > and hopt of tbt a easily would account for the name

>ie your husband has a telephonet of love bearing The "Early Calendar of English In Germany It I* known as Christ-
camp." lowers," an old poem wherein each dons The Danish name) ls Cbrlstorn

U we're Christmas presents" ex- sounds of earth and month Is recognized/ by Its appropriate and the Swedish Christtorn. The

"d Nina; "*o we must surprise t angels heralding In plant symbol ends with these linesf: same name, Christ's thorn Is found la

Don't yon know Last to-night loon the everrreene Laurel alone lagreene. some parts of England. But as no
>e Christmas ever : of mankind legend connect the holly with the

the wind dosen't come up When Catherine. crown all learnedmenne. CroWD of thorns, this name, universal

be all right." the man replied n. Ivle and Ifallle berries are _n.. among the Germanic people, must be)
inlets I'm mistaken, there's a And Yule log and Waaaalle come round merely the result of It* appearaao F
' snow falling in the mountains el'r y' q rtw'Agr} 'fa agen. and of It. Christmas popularity, MIb

Iin ute." > .,/ +A.rJl oAbA'WJ4 the laurel U used not at all and tie | fT* suggested.. '

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The soft reproof; more suggestive of
tears than anger, brought the story tt l s\W 1 17

OttTfur@1J! to his very Hp He wondered how
he should tf'lIlt. Then an old schoolboy

trick came hack to him. He brought out

t.frme a rhyme' of his! penknife Ueelda them was a little
spruce and In the soft, flaky bark he
JrIChris1mas -* carved a heart Within Its lines he *

; ', Sjnd me a jovial sondr- dug deeply the Initials of two people.' *
5 The girl caught: her breath and blusheda
filled with
lAndtRoughitis t 3r
littlelII'hlt'h' are the proper and cue
"1 S l laughter,' tomary things; for a girl to do at such

Let r it be pure and strong y ..oova4x.tx a time. __ !rFh
I w M! LI. 4 Then he told her what was In his

'. t 5 the hearts brimmed over d mind. It left her a little panic-stricken V
with I. yf and she took the refuge her sisters always '
m the story! of the day-: have taken she asked him to

Of the echo of childish voices wait for his answer 1
$ In such a case there Is but one thing
1, That will not die away. L for the man to do, and that Is to wait -, 4wJ

a -until to.mot'row. Out when a man
Of the blare of the tasseled bugle, \ ; Is terribly In earnest he takes people (4L'

G And the timeless clatter and Beat / seriously
When I see this carving of yours '>
Of the drum'that throbs to muster again then we will\ talk about this,

Squadrons of scampering feet., Jack-If you still think this way." '
She thought she was putting hIm

ButO let your voice fall fainter, on a most proper probation. It was Wart i S.
r Y only a woman's reluctance to give up
/Till, blent with a minor tone, her freedom

l : S You temper your sond with the beauty Hut he took her at her word. Next

Of the Christ hath shown day he w"nt away.
pity ,
Hack In town again at first he saw
S *I '4' S And her often. His restraint she Imagined
? I sind one verse for the voiceless; was resentment. In November, a

Ana yet, ere the song be done., month of storms and dreary skies,

k'I A verse for the ears that hear not, they quarreled. That was six weeks

And a verse for the sightless one., ago.All that six weeks he pondered the
a lot of things
$4' For be'nine happen be matter by lonely fires and over break.
$ for
thoughit singing fasts late and bad. Then he resolvedto
A Christmas July and end the and still his
merry glee !" Kate suspense keep

Let a low, sweetvoice o pathos m1I1AT It to herself word.
One day a man, whom the
young natives -
said It aloud
y through melody. loudly that It were satisfied was most certainly -
Insane, stepped off the train
...._ ...__... she was alone. Into a snowdrift. He wanted a team rAr// Zl Z/$
a guide, a shovel and an ax. As he / /
Mother was oft on an elevt'nthhour had money and determination he got
with the
and unsatisfactory wrestle
Christmas shopping; problem. 81s had them.
This crazy young man drove four
chosen this gray afternoon to call ona
miles and waded through two
MMl chum home from college. So Kate I more. r' A ;
,. .
l i MISS DUPREE'S HOLIDAY JOY MISS GEORGE'S CHRISTMASHappy had miserable opportunity as she to desired.It make. herself as ;; '; "; ''. ,-fJ 't4 J fr; |

was now six weeks since Jack :-1 ') '"
Mlmory- I .. ; ..
ahe Recalls One Memorable Christmas of a Season When She had o811l'd-and six weeks In a long '1 & ,,

'S Performance In the) Cityof Did Not Write One Glad time when a man Is 25 and a girl Is 20, It ',

New Orleans. Holiday Story. and each U very much Interested In "\p If J
----' the other. Just how much Kate was 'Ih.
possible. I pre my hspplest Christmas! Interested was something unsus cr ... i* *- R

Christmas mn did not then realize It, but pected. Once Jack thought he knew, OF THE fl
family out on I recall It now with a radiant but now all he knew was that he did

and unless my I glow of delight. It not know. When Jack suddenly disappeared Chrntnil
e a engagements take me too was my first season upon from Kate's perspective no one Scattered Christian Tribes In Turkey Russians Look Upon "

far away I always make It a point to i the stage I was only a novice, one noticed his absence from the picture. Celebrate Christmas with Im' the Most Sacred and Mol" !

be with them on that day. day soaring upon the buoyant wings To most people Jack had seemed a tl tl"f pressive Ceremonies. Celebrated Holiday.mURISTMAS I

There are times, however, In this I' of boundless ambition; the next part. of Kate's social background.Some .
profession when the wish must take plunged In an abysmal depth of doubt, who had seen them together at Is the pre Is the awe]

second place to necessity, and from despair and self-depreciation. It was Grand Traverse had advanced him to In Turkey most cfW|
the viewpoint of actual novelty I sup a very tiny part that had fallen to me. the middle distance. But of the foreground mOIlAMMEDISM reason only Hunsla C.|

j,) pose my most Interesting Christmas The compensation was but nufllclent no one thought. Christian In n<*rtj!

S ii was the one I spent In the southland for the 'iurt: txtceasltles. The route What happened In July was this; I tribes observe the birthdayof other countries Cnnj
'Our routing took us Into New Orleans bristled with all the horrors of the & Christ In any manner. The Mohammedan there always comes on Sund r.
at Christmas, and to me, who had always one-night; stand, The Wilsons were no more than //111 4, Turks have but two holidays continuous celebration Is neW |

'S 1 up to that time spent the day In At midnight, huddled, miserably firmly established In their cottage, fill In the entire year, those being midnight on January 2, I
which looks Traverse bay a
the colder north, the novelty of seeing worn, dejected, and wretched, in the than Jack over appeared Grand at the hotel,, "Car Bon Blram. the day of forgive The Russian believes In trees In leaf, and flowers blooming was waiting room of a country station, ness, which Is the Mohammedan New services In honor
which looks over them both. That liglous ofitx
h as pleasing as It was unusual. listening In vain for the whistle of a was not remarkable, for all had been Year, and "nalram," the anniversary of Christ, and each day |
On Christmas ,afternoon, when others belated train, I confess to a sudden members of that particular summer of the date when Mohammed gave season each family Including L
were home enjoying the big dinner flood of tears. What a mockery this 1/ to his people his scripture. The Friday members attends church
colony for years Then, the ,day of ,
+ with the family, I was getting ready Christmas day had been. Even the the picnic on the* Point, Jack and of the Christian Is the Sabbath once. On Christmas morning the
r' for a special\ holiday matinee. 1 was chimes had sounded like the tolling Kate found themselves sitting at the of the Mohammedan and Is observed I Important services take place'< 1

not pleased with myself or with a proCession of a funeral knell. The cheerless discomforts green fringe of the forest looking out by him In the same manner as Sunday i congregation marches 101'mn)1! m

that demanded of Its member of a cheap hotel I, the unsavory over the blue expanse of the bay. A with the Christians.The I nearest river, which la '"'w'J
that they labor on Christmas day- slatternly served '
travesty upon hundred yards In front of them Mrs. Christian Turks, who Include over, the Ice being sometime!
above all others-and It was not with a. Christmas dinner the cold chill of
Wilson was gathering up the tablecloth the Bulgarians, Servians, Montenegrins as three feet thick.
a particularly light heart that I a shabby, musty dressing room, the tin
and things. and other smaller tribes, ob hole has > I
After a large 'f
I dressed for my part. added toll of an extra matinee for a
handful of There was a little sense of chill In serve Christmas with Impressive religious the Ice the priest dips' |
But when the curtain went up on mere people, and now the
ceremonies.Three are Pr rl
the air-a harbinger of autumn. And the water and prayers
the first act and I made my. 'ntrance hungry wait for an accommodationtrain holds b
the welcome I received compensated of dingy day coaches i there was a change In the atmosphere days before Christmas the I after which the priest blt"se4|
between the two. The girl's lips were Rang the Door BIll exercises. Having been
Violently "Bladego" appoints a delegation of 100
for the disappointment I felt.- That was all Christmas had meantto I Imt'n coneiderel'holy .
tremulous. The man was agitated, the water Is
form each congregation, who go priest
,f 1 It was a special matinee arranged me. Iowa was blizzard swept and strangely tender and brutal In his On the Point, now bleak with winter, to the river and hew out Immense and as fast as the pJJ
f children of Malls were delayed, and tangled wires !
for the the poorest lc. l
poor the
speech. he stopped by a tiny spruce protruding cakes of Ice after which they construct file by the hole In
hung useless In '
gathering fl'1the
of New Orleans, and the snowdrifts
quarter en- "It will not interest you," he said, from the snow and began digging as a huge pyramid near by. A sizes and descriptions are
No of cheer,
t message no souvenir .
'oyment of those childish auditors of
"but I am going down to-morrow.. furiously as If he water.
; were hunting for great cross measuring about 40 by 69 m
I Ii ,9 soon melted the dlsappolnment out of remembrance, had come to any of us. : madly
S. Our hollow, halfhearted "But why so tragic We will be burled treasure. feet and cut from the bed of ice Is This water is prized tho
exchange '
heart of std
my Christmas greeting had carried back In town In a week ourselves A half dozen little trees he uncov set up against the pyramid, and the of anything In the bonpe.
After the matinee I had arranged conviction. We were only strolling no and yet 1 do not feel so horribly blue ered. At last with a boyish laugh, he place of worship for Christmas day of It are sometimes found> I M

St. S with my manager that,I would receive vagabonds, outside the pale of about It""Well laid the ax at the foot of one until is completed. Early on Christmas or more old. Some tallallrt bl1blat ,,
the little folks on the stage, and the sym the chips flew. all the people march to the of It and
pathy, debarred from the domestic things down there are dif morning large quantities lilt
1 wise In his knowledge of childish during
man That night the pyramid where the Initial exercises regular Intervals
joys of living, mere dispirited raIn. ferent. crazy man who had
hearts and sent other out a hurry that order make for bow chasers; with success ever mock. "Yes they are different, but not unpleasant come 300 .miles for a Christmas tree are conJucted by the "Bladego.'' A There Is one custom ,,'hlcA!
things tbd
lit started homeward him In the exercises In
elusive. again. Christmas : small crucifix used by cherish
ingly first
Christmas a day of cheer to kiddies when you get back to Americans would
the man and the Christmas Is the prize of the younger men end
t At the conclusion of the last.act the Hut as I recall It all now, I am submerged them. I shall miss the canna In front eve tree I Christmas celebration of
mounted the of the of the who dive Into the Icecoldwatt'r that
steps Wilson residence tribe, '
stage was cleared and I held the most by a great wave of passion of your hotel: ; but I have no doubt the I the young people. Ills oDf
and rang the door bell after It the "Bladego" throws every
r' unusual reception that I ever expert.t ate longing regret, for I know that tall millinery on State street will be violently as for on Christmas day OItf1
Well, what else could she doT That It In. Many are drowned annually In he
enced. such a Yuletide will never come to quite as gorgeous""You I a kiss from olilfl
night they went out Into the Christmas this practice, but they all consider among the
t Clean as pint, but with theIr little me again while I am upon the stage. are clever, 'and, like most cases, and f.
crowds together and bought the tinsel themselves fortunate to die while on andhak

bodies clothed in many cases In garments It was my happiest Christmas, because clever people, a little heartless. You for the first Christmas tree Kate such a mission. pie the hearty t'1.ment'clolelT
,' a ragged and frayed they came the first and only one, since I know how things are different down used, but the younger;
had In
had years-and the
r up on the stage, were Introduced and began to tread the thorny and tor there. The people are different-why, 1S08. by Wright very beatCopyright From the pyramid the procession to the old style
5, q sent away after a handshake, each tuous path of my profession, that I we are different ourselves. And It Is ( A. Patterson.) marches to the home of the priest, Santa Clans Is unkllo1ln to r

with a box of candy. have not been called upon to write a just the difference of which you where bread Is blessed and broken by children, but the "Babuahls'woman
Christmas story. speak-the difference between these the "Bladego" and all present partake witch, carrying a H,
f I have spent many delightful e|(
# and out-the-ordlnary Christmases on GRACE GEORGE. flowers and flowers of silk and satin, of the food. and attired In the ."is? t"
between those lilies out there and Illy e tume visits the bomt'a *
tie; road, but none that afforded me *
more real satisfaction than the one Speak as you think; be what you stems of wire and paper. Keep ever In the path of duty but lagtf and city and dtatrlbutn sight asd

lo New Orleans are; pay your ,debts of all kinds,- "You are a little unkind. Jack." she fall not to 'climb the steep of know I and then comes at and IaurJ

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filing a saw '
Ike took off' his hat and his bare REEA 1

head began" to bob conclllatlngly

and down like the bobber of a nah Xma&Tliiry

line when the fish nibbles at the hook t'r
below "J has come to new )'u'. :Mini ahbklmpnm

Q aBY ,. fo the reason that I um e. S1tir7J" I

most pow ful hungr an' because there

Is no meat In we-uu'a cabin And because Children

this I III the eventn of the most '1

BYRON'WILLIAPIS blessed dav In the whole worM when CD :'AIZDULIGt i

the good book says there should be

'r peace on earth and good; will to man
I lo' ',,,.J
\ I am a'Roln' to ask yu' to do me a The wife and huhland
t N metropolis Christmas treads upon the heels of ,Thanksyivin might favor" r III up in aiton;ihment. The IWH tits
I ; "n site m.>unlain ash were M; \\"R
eager to exploit its wares. I haven got; anything to \give, interrupted I with liesoft, r..t light 11>*
'' :: The windows of the great stores, that have been fringed with the miser, hastily. "And I tree f.e..m.,.,\I la be hung with lamps

Autumn leaves, now present the entire gamut of holiday good. II don't believe In Christmas giving anyway / G f f carved out of large round ruble!
It Is merely an excuse for beggar "beautiful radiance
The inexpressibly
Claus in bas reliefs backed with reindeer and ,
of Santa appear ,
mages )'. I wish, you would go aw a). grew rider, ant (tiller and
sledges capacious chimneys and squgr'lfte-places. Toys and sweetmeat Ikes head bobbed again 'Yes nih brighter. flooding nil the room and r

run riot upon the counters, and the liristrnasUhopper appears mincingly inc HbltK once lived on but 1 am not begging 111 do yu' two irmishKuririg, with its strange: roue- :"

long aisles of the great dept stores *here are yet many days fomaking a plantation a days' hard work to pay yu' for a tnr red tint. the and wondering children faces, of

Christmas choices an.9 t tty shhopper'has about her none of that mad, miser BO mean and kt')'." mnn"J.lole-nl", woman said Peggy who lad,

) scrambling air so noticeable duringhe last few days of the runaway season. I O stingy that even, "I don't need any help I do ni)' the gtiick. fre..h same of a woodland
I his pigs were eternally own woik""Y
In the streets Santa y rk/a eyeifcpr crr asking alms for the needynd I disgruntled, <'a, sub, 1 know that Hut If Music child Bounded family in the j

the sick that their Chnstfi as7 too, may be brightened and of good while hU Keen )on'II loan me a turkey for a coupleof ) diHt/inc, and llien came nearer

. heel With the gmnji! rfaces ofjthe crowd take on a happier smile; hissed at him at hepassed days I'll work for somebody else an I "olarer. r''IUv ran lo the iloor I

he heart is answcrmgto the mfssage of Cfgood will on earth," Inch by and his and pay yu' In cash" P snit iinlnti'hed it. s1 1 into of the pretty root ,

nch we are drawn! into the nJeVry-making{ the Bustle, and the spit it of the hens cackled derisively at the very No. I wouldn't trust you. And besides \b. -; there liltla format swept elves a troop. 11 hey were
{ /are overwind light of him He never paid anybodymore If the Lord wanted you to have"Didn't t'xIT -
minds Lincoln.II'.n.
one In ,o w turning over the problem of what \ ;::> all clad 'in
than half of what they were entitled was an iincommonly their Queen, and she
onegntt/what/ ton that-and/inWUr list include crpt
we those who
this dead
I or to. and even the mosquitoes 1 h it* hour wore a 1 rxlii a and n kirtle of
_ we less ap-lo-bcjoyous/ 0n this day than we ar -and now comes the avoided him In disgust as having a SS9 .3r ] when Din Derrick pure, snowy silk with

cal 1 joy of Chnsjmas: the doing ]of goodmakes our hearts sing with hide like an automobile tire and with out to If'1I<'lIIe. S a girlie of gold and

1appinessl? '- // no more sustenance beneath It. No tiling foi a Clirmt- a gnl"'ten hum."Thank .
mm dinner. Ihe\ bell in the tillage church you so
j There is the little girl we met away yihe) pine woods last summerho man woman child or brunt wan ever I hinted twelve mid ilia MllI1cll1.1 came float- much'sha

will be delighted with a pr tty ,. ame boy who sells paperst fed by him without rendering gervlrea tog on the cold! till air of the forest tail to
Misss' In advance for more than the food was Tn a Ana night fur rat biting, eh Dan, "for
tV corner of Hit and the wid w who takes in washingut
worth and his neighbors were afraid Roiih| ? SB i in the suburb where we hveTthe jolly toy-friend of a business associ-- to shake hands with him for fear that a to a warren. Hut) bide a minute," hu er fairy

Lte who has so many one cannot\just,decide on his present, the he would Meal their fingernails lie rid t added tree in out

blcvator man who has thin ui i morning \\and night with a cheery good skimmed his milk twice, made his his eye hid Teen( attracted ly a little of the told nod I the Know It wilt be much
mountain ash giuwing aims the warrenlieuitf nicer for ua to dante by a warm lire thin
homing and a respectful good night-and then there are the closer ones: decayed apples| Into elder, and when young tree, it hail 1 not I I lost its red weather than out in the Chill I or rut."

l he mother father wife and babies! / his horses got no old they could not autumnal leaves: and It was laden with: ; 'Tnt sot ry we'va nothing/ of a capper for

What a galaXy'ofneedy folk-for all are\ needy on Christmas day! work for him any longer he killed you. martini" aRid Doll Deriirk Hut If
: them and made them Into glue, and rNow:-'; that would malts a pretty Christ jmi'd care to taste our rabbit pier"
hose who do not need food or clothing or need that .
money something then lined the glue to stick another 11 mait-lree for the little one, he said "Nol nol" and the Queen of the Elves,
vIII prove our love, prove that we have not forgotten them and that on mortgage on some neighbors house. lla ]palled it up ly ill root from thaIOONB touching the table with her wandou

lha! the day commemorating the coming of the King of Bethlehem our Of course everybody hated him worse earth, and put it under a neighbor must permit me to provide a feast for you

\\eart is attuned t6 theirs in gladness and rejoicing ) than they did the fever and ague, but ing uakiakmganet. this hriMmaa"
out of his pocket, he funlIt \ The table ut once became covered with
And now the nolljTand the mistletoe appear upon the street corners he did not mind that, much because In round sonic of the rabbtt.liolei In the allpl<-nrll
knd rushing business mrn stop on their hurried waft homeward to buy one way or another he kept gettingmoney ; warren and said to the dog : and Christmas pudding and grape*, and

\+''reaths of the green and the red to hang in the windows of their homes and that wan revenue enoughfor Now:-'; rounl 'em up, lad; round 'rniupl' stun and sweets. and bones of cracker, and
hIm. ; I every good thing. in fact that tits heart of from the Chandelier (of t e living> rooms. J Now half a mile away from this Rough knew hill woik well. He raced man tout I wish for, j

On and on surges the spmfpr Chnstmas! _> / man'a house was the little cabin of like a I lack shadow acroxi the moonlit Now," auid the Queen of the Five,

Like a mighty enveloping shaft of sunshine, it breaks through the old Ike Clay and his old wife Sally. wmla of stow, to the neared field uf winter "\\hil. you are all enjoying yourselves w.
I Tell Yu' Sot"a cubbiiKon, suit there ha silently routed out will do our Christmas homage to the Ladyof
\ouds of every-day mediocrity and racing across the world sends its glow- Ike wa go poor that even the mjc the rabbit, and aent them h..lter..kelt..r the Mountain Aab. Strike up, my merry

tig glory into every home! Garlands hang everywhere, bells chime and could not afford 'to board with him turkey he would send you one with back to their hole harper)"

htrry laughter echoes through the halls of fame And with the ringing much aa they liked him and his pov out your begging", for It. So go away" "))Iat the net!"' Raid Dan, springing out Four little men, with four little harp,
erty was generally due to the fact that from behind the oak sat down by the fire and began to make a t
|f the crystal spheres, peace spreads her mantle like a cloak and plenty a* soon as he got anything be Ike took a step backward with quiet Somehow he had not fi""llt fVmly, and Sweet, faery music, and the Queen and the
' I reckons yu'Is
I ii enthroned among the merrymaking and the praise! would give; It away to the first one dignity "All tight, suh the rabbit knocked It over and encaped. other else took hold of hands, and dunced '
t "Peace on earth, good-will to men" who asked him for It, for Ike and correct Thank yu'. auh he said Only:! one not entangled: ,:In the loose inndienUna I round the red-lighted mountain ash And
, Sally lived In the belief that It I Is and then went plodding homeward wild I rabbit Ian much I of a Christ'mats I a* they danced they sang, J
I empty of hands and as hollow Inside feast for man' and wife and five little I H Inera wa one thing I that little Peggy
Nr ''\ p/ more blessed to give than to receive. aa an old bee tree the wind nippingat one," said Dan ruefully, as ha threw it> Derrick liked even more than Christmas

re err rrrrt I Also they were very humble and reUnions his bare toes and howling after him betide the mountain ash pudding it Man dancing: sod there wa, besides -

-- rr- r frTr I Ia Il ; and devoutly believed In everyday like a wolf and as a matter of fact "Ah, hat I've caught you red.handed a Strange. and '
miracles and that the Lord would! thin time, Uaiil'Tha licloii charm in
clone to
i the wolf of hunger was very
r Teed his children even aa he did his poacher turned and found a keeper music that deffY. j
Hut did not
him Indeed. Sally despair
t.rL7 the
sparrows and nshea And up to this watching him to
when she heard his story. I
> 1 time It had always turned out that t m only after a rabbit .ha exclaimed | were.' ) .r
I "That offerln Is shore a-comin'1Ike" ,
\e*, said the keeper; playing
before Chris
way, but now the day she asserted. as she put another "I've bean tracking you In Oh, ;
i had arrived and the cupboard wa '
ma stick on the fire to keep the water In the hope that you were n let go
as empty as Ike'a pocket. and IkeDockets readiness. "I don't know jest how after the deer again but and dance, tl"

had nothing In them at abut we.alls Is goln' to get It, but I feels it doesn't matter, Soon a* t Ts she cried, 'and
I holes But his wife a faith wa Chriittma is over I'll have finish the feast
It a-comln' In the air And jest JU'mark '
unwavering and the filled the pot you up for it," afterward
with water and put It on the stove what I tell yu' Ha walked away, leaving 'tii':2: She got down
Then they lot down together by the Ann Derrick In .stale of from the table, a
that It might be hot and ready for the
bare table and listened to the wind. hopeless I misery, This 11 and her four
offering when !It cameheie ,
Q And my how It began to howl! Away capped it all Dan was : brother followed -
offerln I.
\\ our Christina
Hut the. Then
off In the northwest a great storm a wood-cutter
a'goln; ter come from I chore don winter before his right lure mother came, and ,
had been brewing that day, and now It
know but the Lord work In mysterious arm had l been crushed rtlsst Dan himself, now
approaching them like a giant In I
ways )lie wonder to perform and I by a filling tree and! trembling with anxiety, joined
1W don't reckon he Is goln'; to ferge a rage And a* It pasted along It cameto he bad I lost the line of them,
e. we uni" ahe laid,' confidently Hut the home of the turner\' and with a it With the Imlp of( Al they whirled round, the
growl fell upon It. It gripped the Hough, however he lights on the mountain ash grew
the day slipped by and no *pPelalProvidence
m house and shook It SB a terrier doesa had maunged" since / dim. and about the tree a soft
befell them Ike began to rat roaring down the chimney and this accident just to ,to income gathered and took un

BY become a trifle nervous-not that he whistling under the door until the keep his wife and children the form of a lady of wild, unspeakable s
doubted Providence In the least but I clad in
nom starving, beauty vapory| (
shingles flew from the roof like
BYMO IL S because he feared it might; need a Now all that was trailing.roles, When I the dancer
and the bones of the cringing
gentle reminder at this season of the over The magistrate| Rave over she was standing beside
in d untty? No sooner Ye the year when there were so many dee miser rattled together In his fear, would Impose a tine on Ins tree in the center of the ring,
E of
hear Christmas
early Then It pounced upon the fowlhouie, him and having no money lo : and gating at Dan Derrick There
dos y s fad into bMlur ht at o' ock; e r fury and cuffing off' the roof blew with all pay It, ha would be sent to j rison was a kindness in her glance, but

n u per Vibes e, t o y s take Its breath within, and In a second the what would become of has wife for all that poor Dan'i kneel shook
filled with fowl and! the five little ones? under him.
t he ei erC faUer r di ner night! ; air was flying "
Well." ha laid with aI' Wall, all'* well that end* well,"
) that flapped and squawked as they
awNllSlyWo ket to gind to ashion who h yociur' went sailing Into the distance like attempt at cheerfulness, "1 won't she slid( "Hut you were a vary

make beautiful an s f I? i balls scattered. by a blast, spoil) their Christmas by telling bold man, ban to bring ma into
smiles father puff them of what waiting for ma a your house in so unceremonious a
will be here befor a ow te gaea and
' r Over In their little cabin Ike couple o' diy after" ," fashion I had half a mind to slay you
ys with ha eyes. Sally heard the uproar and fell upon lie returned home by the way he came outright I last ailCh!!"

how time flies?I" he Comm e m paper their knees In prayer Frightened and \picked up the rabbit and the nioun. Dan. then hail a glorious Inspiration t
f ht after night.she sews and crcfchets-and no sooner are though he was Ike did not forget MsI lam salt. and, went to bed without saying II wits well fur you that you didn hurt y
hunger I anything to his wife. ma, meant' ." lie said very respectfully, yet y
If ohifdren out of the house and rework finished, than she goes what I' don
"They say It Is so III wind, that It wa to the merrymaking candlelight! firmly Look v for you
1ct1 some deep corner and bn: 4 uncompleted presents for them, don't blow anybody good dear Lord" that th..yall looked forward. Tb mum- already Some rabbit had burrowed under ; ,
out r Willie laces for Nell for Dad. Guardedly she works, of Ing they spent in gathering( hotly/ and the your tree and the earth was so loowi there
p "And I that out
he began prays
afternoon in decking the cottage with it; that down you would surely hare come in y,
e +G tiveto the 1 least in t slightest danger of a surprise this heah mighty; gale will fall a few and Dan himself forgot bus trouble in a the next gale. You oughln to have **t

e after school, she hurries the work grain from yu' bounteousstore." And secret work of decoration Shutting him'' that keeper on ma, you know" !

to a :gift hands to the regular routine I scarcely was tbe prayer finished than self in the shed h* planted the mountain "Yes; I'm sorry now for that" said the rash
I Christmas tree and of the there came a fearful gust and the In a deep Lou filled with |nf mould Lady of the Tree Hut hurry back atone
l At hear of/ e M/ crash of a heavy body against the and cli|''ped! off a few unsightly! leave and to the pot from which you took ma. f
t Cq for y School takercSadded numbers and the door And the latch broke and the tied bits of gayly colored paper on the and dig there and take what you find" :
to sjj< popconfShd fashion decorations r branches. When the rabbit pie wa at Away went Dan with a spade, and the
ing men es
ng floor
lie a flaw wide and the
door upon last placed on the table in the full light of Lady of the Tree and the Queen of the
Deligh occupation o the days now gone, all men have strung stn w+aj here fell with a thud a ten.pound the solitary candle he told his two eldest I'Ue .began; to talk together. ,

cur hearts upon the threads and passed them awkwardly to rosy-cheeked //j tytler i gobbler wind-blown and ruffled to be boy lo bring in something which they When Pan returned. tarrying, with some jr

hds with hair braided down their backs, with ruby lips and eyes that w' lure, but fat, tender and IOIlI-.aU.fy.) would find In the shed difficulty, a heavy suck on his .shoulder b*
,, ng-the very bIrd In fact that the lathe meantime. his wife Doll served beard the Lady say to the Elfin Queen
vkled with the first love glances I of friendships I miser bad fattened for his own sharp him with some of the pi*. Hut with the Yes, I think you are right The motor
And the Christmas parties the sleighndes the renewing eeth first pieta of rabbit that lie ate the thought cars are a great nuisance A quiet orchardof

th those who have been away at school and have returned for the season "Go Awayl" and held the big bird hi* miitortuna overcame him and he on the skirt* of the form would be the very '
Sally arose
burst into tear, and told his wile what had place for us."
gayety and good cheer I rnanda being mad upon It So he And the stockings that are hung on Christmas eve in the country I In clded to make a little special effort of happiness Illuminated her lean face strange way. ma'am. said Dan "And, from what I can

I'ry home they reap their harvest year by year on ChristmaS \morning. his own He knew well enough that until It shone a* from a light within. ""Dial lhatr she cried wildly pointing H", there plenty of money In this sack

r aP thsu- harvest ** the "Merry Christmas!I" salutation rings throughout > It would be a waste of time to ask "IMJn't I tell yu'; w. old man" she to tha mountain ash. which the boys were to buy It."
the miser to give him a goose or gob- cried exultingly. :fDldnt I tell yu" bringing ,in, "VOII pulled that up? Oh Very will, buy il, my friend Mid the '
r house. that because I felt It a-romln In the air? Hless the now I understand! Now I understand! Lady of the Tree, "and plant the mountain)
be had faint -
And it is mother usually, that steals in upon the sleeping ones and bier but a he works In 'Tmnt the tint fairy tree you've hurt anh there; and the
Lord shorely
of the of the theold good
season year
What were, doing last winter when I elves and I will look
;; .
them a glad and happy Christmas! she be inland skinflint might perhaps soften mysterious ways his wonders to percrm the elm fell on your arm/ Oh you mad, L after the fruit for r?
And always on Christmas morning the will do this I Though enough; to give: him credit on his well- ." Mn elM man!"' I T- jrou"

r of bliss beyond, or in the flesh of the present. she will speak to us known honesty, So be set forth In the (Cepyrisht If*. by Wright A. Patterson.) She covered her face with her band "V ,L before departing

the Christmas morning, speak to us from her loving heart and wish us gathering dusk and sifting snow upon and wept. rocking herself to and fro in back ,into the fairy
misfortunesr mInion and in little time was utter grief Dan gazed al her tree, she stroked
nor ill a
> wars
; nor ,
pmess. death. changes,
Nor nor
time nor
tapping at the mlier's back door. blankly. Even now lie didn't unIcrnUnd Dana arm, and ha
can take from a man this ChristmaS wish of viother'sA ; M hal tha WM was able to open the
and New Year!" For several mInute. be tapped away raving shout Was door with il as b*said
Merry Christmas a Happy
his and at last toe
and scuffled
the thought of bm J good-night tot b.
Prom the endless] of the sky she speaks to me on Good Cause for Gl.dn. .
aeons turquoise miser came forth-not a* a man isAlai' misfortune d I Queen of the Elves
."stmas morning-and she speaks to you. too-but, mayhap nearer by. comes forth but In tbe manner you sighed", the moody roan her out of her mind and her troop j jIt

Christmas in the country is indissolubly associated with her. And fort would expect to see a miner appear "there Is no gladness for me In thisJoyous wa bad enough U' Dan now grows the d?

't reason Christmas in the country is doubly dear to me-and doubl" first a nose and then a foot and then .pallOn" aurelybutaheoeedn't 7 t best applet in New '
: a band and finally the reel of him, as "Tut-tut'!" said the optimist, 'Surely take it la that mauler England and h* bas'
Ir be grudged even his presence, and I there Is a ray of sunshine for you, lie cam and I a .er1100d crop of i
"With trembling ringers did we weave at beside her and them ia the worst
stood frowning at lire through the Is for all of us It we but look for
The hoDjr round the Chnstme hearth tent tenderlyovcricr I Mason
A rainy cloud posses*'d the,earth gloom. Ikea clothes were ragged: and lt t""No" and tried to I, "I say Mr Derrick .
fed Chnstrms-cve flapping In the wind and his to** were replied the moody one "I comfort her, t ," said a strangerva k
And sally our leaking from the end of his shoes, butthe have not a single! friend and no rela *Look al Ih*Chrurtnalree i day "why don I

smile on his face was cheerful and lives with whom I am on speaking mammyl"! yon root up that tua>
t 4 would have made a friend of any one term shouted the children: tea mountain i ash ia
1 \ except a roller who loved no man or Cheer up then advised the other I dancing with delight the center than?"

?II omaa or child or beast lad whoa with a shad of envy fa his too. and clapping. their Ob. that wfcal'
t i soul .was shriveled and warped and 'Can't you be glad because you will hands Look at the some folk call a fairy

whose conscience was as touch as the not have to buy any Christmas peweastr hrmtma-tre: dad- ar' tree)" aid Dan' "Tbav say
dyl 1 1lb..iSD't it lo.elyl"s. Gsy'j; It briofi a su* lack" i
hoof of I Tors ,

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\ w. VEIl since man knew atic and of little price being branche
enough about astron. cut from the wood consecrated to
.tb Is omy to divide time Strenla, the goddess of strength _
Into years which These were presented to the king a. n kAR
l.t' I more or less an omen of good fortune. The gifts c k, tic 'Ek-t k-t ;
+ y t_1 III agreed with the became more pretentious as time wenton
s.4 earth's annual revolu and In later centuries some of the T staff a"i
Q' tlon around the Roman demanded New
> sun emperors Year' S1 in e m e ts e
he bat In various presents of great value from the
H ., o e characteristic ways magnates" of those days As the 0 ringer -
+ Y regarded the first Roman rulers were gentlemen who
fir yegiorro sorr
t1 day of the new year were not to be trifled with the presents PAt
us a day of reJoicing usually appeared on time after e .

r and well- notice to the wealthy was given.It itor c i the de When skies are cold with wintry stars and hit's!
wishing was In Rome too. that the habitof
e .
Are white with yestsr-evsn's snow and lie
ISV It was the great masquerading at Now Year's appears ave tic d b It' rTickcock
In ghostly state beneath the ghostly sky;
day for exchanging gifts until In some to have originated The custom % I
When many a gusty blast the darkness fills
Christian countries, Christmas day atlll observed In Italy now Is conflnec
: t c t ock With ever lonely, hoariest l sound and chills
was substituted While In' America to the celebrations at the Eplphan i ; c ;
The window with frost; when crackling
New Year's day Is generally observedas and .at the carnival time. Dear of ekI panes fly
The sparks about the hearth and glow and die,
a holiday and as an occasion for
paying ceremonial social calls In FESTIVITIES OF THE DAYIn ew an e, While In the pause his note the cricket trills;
{ France some countries, notably In Great Oh then how dear Is home! and what a sense
even DOW, New Year's presents The stories t 1of
1 have not entirely disappeared Britain and In some cities In Canada Of ruddy warmth and peace beguiles the mind!
t New Year's day Is not observed on and the United States the new year II And what a charm In listening while the wind P
,, January 1 In every country although welcomed In by festivities on the eve Before Blows fierce outside, through winter's starry tents oIhr
k'' '!1( most nations nowadays use the Gregorian of the day. In Scotland, for Instance my time And dies away around the windowpane,
r. calendar and consequently be It Is customary to celebrate New I know ull well ( And ever rises loud and dies again)

gin their new year on that day, In Year's eve with some festivity which Wo fi Ernest Wsrburton Shurtleff,
Russia the Julian calendar Is still In : Is prolonged until past midnight. At etatT per
I % use, and as a quarter of a day In each the stroke of 12 every one present
ifNl year Is lost by that system, there Is wishes each other a "Happy New ct ck, ti tic -to ti oc ;
now an accumulated loss of 13 days. Year." The custom Is also commonIn P ,1? e
i r j) Me ks a
I / January 1 in Russia, then, corresponds many parts of Germany where the all to wTh
; to January 14 of our calendar. The salutation Is "Prosit Neu Jehr" and id r t asvin
Mohammedan New Year the Jewish Similar to this custom are the religious urn The Newness of the Year
New Year and the Chinese New Year "watch meetings" held in some )
l of the churches In this country on Ads 't (
keeptt'' New Year's eve, In England on New d 'fTh t,

live dates, or seem so to persons fa Year's eve, In some houses, a curious Btu 4 F
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i miliar only with the Gregorian calen custom, or superstition, is observed. An 11 ''F -
p dar, At the stroke of 12, which ushers In gs New Year!" The glad some still vacant and other mar
r the new year the party already waitIng .w e b'v rings out on every and. perhaps here and there bio hehe
1ft, AS TO THE CALENDARS. on the stairs, begin to 'ascend the To vi t'' =' I IA 1 A new twelve month with tears may be put away,,
I The Jewish year is solar-lunar, and stairway backward taking a step at "T4 ) \ I been ushered In with fresh, unstained pages substituted
may consist of as few as 353'days and each stroke Every step successfully n 1 a tAPPY mystery of 'the their place, It is helpful to remind onB
as many as 385. New Year's day usu- mounted means a happy month every which are to be" self that those broken resolution
ally falls In September The Moham stumble a reverse. Of course, It Is I and e cad need then for our 1908 may be renewed In 1909, II illy
medan years usually consist of 354 one of those playful superstitions 1 iy 1 e/i and for others to put what IB better reinforced by more
days, being purely lunar and the leap which are not taken seriously *' /, r I / emphasis upon the that prayer and divine grace for .' t
; 1 years which occur In certain twelvemonths r' word "new" rather than of which the idealizing resolves ol ,

of a cycle of 30 lunar yean, Of;t / upon the term "year. That another past year were soon forgotten or* doit
contain 355 days, The first day of omgn j e t year has come Is relatively unimportant so sadly unfulfilled The new j
y MUharrem-New Year's day-may In The stress Is to be laid not on means, accordingly a new hope, &Ii'
r : course of time make a whole revolution Tic tic rt 'kt toe ick the quantity but on the quality of song a new endeavor, a new out)
ti of the seasons An Instance of this R one's life All that an earnest soul a new Inspiration a new detenu': 3'ng
may be given The first of Muharrem In em r _ee 'i'ec call do I Is to live each day of the new tlon and a new grace-everything :
J908, fell on February 25, while the b aU PAY I see1 gai t a o '' year by Itself, as It comes In Its turn that Is good appears to be po
Mohammedan New Year last year began / trying, If so It may be, to put a ble In Its gift. A hope like this many .
t kn f' >
on March 7. Inasmuch as It Is Wheri'fiAnd s y" ', month's effort In one day and a day's doubter optimistic and gives ,
'e purely lunar tha Mohammedan year y le ed t e,f victory Into a single hour. The time existence the character of a life 11 lea
') ey, Is almost unique In the calendars of r or Is short and It remalneth that all living.A d1ttl
the world While the Chinese year con who know Christ and partake of his wide chasm seems to Inter
; forms to the eastern Idea, being founded And the gift of new life should bit diligent always between the old and the new Into
e a
t upon lunar months, a month Is add watch unto prayer and boast depths should be cast every
ed to every 30, to make time conform I see ie zI not themselves of the morrow. SUM- every halting doubt, and every b di
; L 1. dent unto each day la the burden and fear which to the
with the solar year. Consequently perlng belongs p Oct
i the Chinese New Year may begin any NE E R, The lovJd r a later ; blessing thereof. period of our experience and wfc itutb

ii L time between January 21 and February With&our prof i hands 'y) SCI d The newness of the new year Is es" would burden and hinder our eon
28.REVOLVING, : senttally a newness of spirit A new efforts and spiritual progress In '
Yoh inedrlto hard m man will sl' trays: enjoy the new year new year, Let us take up our t rodTI
NEW YEAR. Fro "Hyour; = n :; ,z When another January arrives It is duties and meet our fresh opport
Jt-t ; .# : '' TIH
The ancient Egyptians had a year .- distinctively the time to slough off the ties In free gladsome and nop*
more or less conforming to the Julian .A feet the play4jd: 1f old and to put on the new. There Is spirit knowing that God who baip
i style Inasmuch as It contained 365 Glucose Fondant for Christmas an old nature to be discarded and anew posed them for our uplift will I I kiBr
days In course of centuries thin made Two cups sugar, one cup water and tic spiritual manhood to be assumed. us grace to carry UII safely throng
1 t New Year's make a complete revolution two tablespoons glucose. Doll all un Tic ti ck ; icktock, -t k; The trouble with many people however Happy New Year? The mt'SBtCI
of the seasons, This fact only til a Jlttle dropped in cold water will Whir i Is that they try to remake and sent far and near. Let the clad I ry
t recently properly appreciated by Prof. form a soft ball. Remove from fire to reform themselves, forgetting that inK be heard on all sides Then asis'
btiv '
Petrie the Egyptologist, led to many and heat till creamy. Wen o ..the a few good resolutions, more or less prophecy and a promise In the f
misconceptions and retarded. the solu Seven ways to use the fondant: You a iv !cee I loosely kept can at best only touch Year. Even to those who are bent*"" r,
tion of mysterious feasts and rites Make Into balls and dip In melted the outside and possess no ,Interior grief, .or lonely by reason of W
i, which now are perfectly well understood chocolate To r _doll J j efficacy In the recesses of the spirit. bereavement It Is possible and tlw' r!
archaeologists; Roll them In cocoanut, To t a icttd The new man who Is really worthy of to say. though with lowered ton oono
Anciently, In Rome the new year Roll them In chopped nuts, : JAn the name Is the new man In Christ softened accent "Happy New Yer
4 began In March in the neighborhood Fill figs with fondant and slice thin d fl uuiTm c 'r s. Jesus, Where Jesus Is there Is always Every year will be a happy, *
l of the vernal equinox which would Fill dates with fondant or put the newness of experience, renovation of least, a peaceful, one In which i
seem to be a reasonable. It not logical fondant around the stoned date, Tick c _t 'F ck4 fti 'joc ; the moral nature, freshness of hope presence of the Lord Is reallt; BrBt
9 time to begin the annual cycle. March Make Into squares and place a nut and a resiliency of elastic joy. It Is which Is spent under tbe protect!
d 25 was, until the latter part of the on top. Old I ( g not necessary to wait until the first his wings, while Its duties are
i'' sixteenth: century the day when the Roll nuts In the fondant and then In Re .b t ;. r of January In any approaching year charged In his fear and Its respond
new year began In moat Christian sugar i to win the wisdom of such a heavenly Hies are borne with the &Sslslanct t yl
4' countries Numa is said to have made Racks Men When Job wo ing e faith or to experience the benefits of his grace For the Christian e''' elbil

; the Roman year begin on January 1. How e c iv d l such a spiritual quickening The year should'be an Improvement oi"
the day held by pagan Rome sacred A present that will be greatly ap promise of God Is now.'toevery one past, and offer Its additional opr
la honor of Janus, who was thus supposed preciated by a man is a tie rack. This To tel he time o'go, that,belleveth. Each morning may be tunlttes for growing In grace '
r to turn at once back upon the may be mounted embroidered linen Ho oudly u imed the hourWhen a resurrection day each evening a QhrUtllkeness The Christian It etre
old year and forward into the new, and burnt wood, decorated leather or time of golden promise fair yet not convinced and convincing opt; e
subsequently New Year's day was, at painted cardboard The only thing to I did d as fading, as the sunset. The New for. having a heavenly hope whlci
arlous times and In different Chris- be guarded against Is not to make the Year joy Is for all cf life all the world can never give or take she
Jan countries celebrated on the pres- them too elaborate. The more simplethe For com ng 'L, time.It can In every condition of urea s

r ant Christmas March 1, March 25 (the pattern Is the more sure to please Tick-tock tlck'- tI ketock ti k-t Is stimulating and encouraging to basis for an assured nappfe* xt
Feast of the Annunciation), and Easter i reel that a brand new year U offered pressing Itself In the eft-quote
l Room gar Lots of Presents we're alone tor happy i best of all U '<*
day Now 1j1 employment and that the turn: "The t
"I wish I could be a laundress," said p f old records with their motley pages I with us!"
CUSTOM OF GIFTS. little Dorothy. The childof'yg* ase to .

Almost everywhere the custom 01 "You would have to work very very Anothar-'h'orne- 81tb
making presents on the first day of bard, my child. observed her mother. JW"W1W1W'JW"JW"JW"#<< tb.IU
the new year has been observed, When "Dut just think, mamma, of all the For otti< chi rein iust as fail 6 .
It originated, or where It would be stockings I could hang up." As she was* r.a a
extremely difficult If not actually Impossible
to say. It Is sufficient to Greeting.Mow When with chub handshe' po nt A prager for tIle Kmwl Th1rsliX'4 7ee;

know that the observance has the lament while the surging derp-ton bell At your round face laug .

sanction of remote antiquity In the the pant year, e'er fickle, they shall .
eighth century 11. C. Tatlus, king of change With glee < W
L the Sabine., according to traditions Their solemn burden for a round of joy '
began the custom among the Romans, Chiming the praises of the year n.w.rrown..s. When you would toll the pass!) jCmiGfT God, the unfailing source of light and nercf,

a// At first the gifts were merely emblem Edith Thomas i tick-lock "" -tock &) *t\ who l halt Drought MS to 'the fteginning of ibis> year,

d rr 1 5 ''N Tick-tock. ; and art sparing MS to love Chee and to Keep CItY hvI ,

1:1: f New Year' Greeting I And now ,, i g) commandments, prepare MS, we heseech Ghee for the contiw,

While we are waj n here &) days. Let City grace enlighten our darkness and srrcngtw

# ,y To welcome in it oud ac a Si our weakness. fielp MS to forget the sins and sorrows of tlC! 2

1 f The new-born year, -rLet's gi past, cherishing only the wisdom and the humility they JJ '

0 &J have taught "s. Inspire MS wjth new purposes and a

: hope <* bops Deepen wlthia our hearts the love of truth and good,

J4 That in His mercy He will be g] Mess. Renew In MS the life of that which alone l nukes lift POI

; A shield and guide &) worth living. Enable MS to discern the solemn meaning
3 f To both of usAsIn Sfci these ear.hly))! days and the high and sacred purpose for trhich" 00w.

1 the days atfone. *} they are given. Suffer .MS not to lit Mnfalthfnl to CIM' w.ul.

fj' ( hast richly tkssed ICJf Csa.
hind1 load
SL till admonish and guide MS Ity'otby
( rot
not to ourselves, Dot Good epberd of m $&<
tM sorrow and weariness of life rob MS of our faith in ell<<-

yu Whatever light may shine or shadow fan keep MS in the f fd'

lowship and In the service of :Jesus Christ our Cord. JlII'iJ1i !

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NEWS MERRY CLOTHES The Fernahl Hardware Co of Best Orange noses, !

And Topics of General Interest. We furnish orange boxes with the

You will most likely receive. visitor Have just received a carload of field Lock Joint Panel Heads (the head which of BrvA.rci County Soil .;

THE ADVOCATE, and pay visits on Christmas and NewYear' fencing a carload of wire nails and took the prize at the last State Fall); : '

f 1.60/ per annum In advance. day, *o look to your dregs. barbed wire, car of sash and doors. solid or panel centers, fiber or birch Are taken into consideration, land here cannot be said to I|,. ', /
The of Christmas Is
never compete -
its months Also iron fittings gasolene hoops, smoothly cut pin sides, and can
,7J : engines be expensive, although it does cost something to do the
unless dress
) we for the occasion
to foreign countries. brand beads and sides.
12.00 per an. corrugated Iron roofing aDd print your on
pumps, ,
first After the Und It condition for cultivation
A holiday without holiday attire lacks We also sell Cement.coated Nails, clearing. ID -
subscribe for the ADVOATI everything In the hardware p.IDt'.ndbuilding
When you much. the succession-of that be raised from It I.frf'quent Is
the It does not cost you line. Wrap., Cypress Field Boxes and Spruce crops may
: by year Dress up In your beet for Christmas. Ladder. and .1 1'rofltable be fort
Included. Write for prices. rapid crops may produced
week pottage
tree per
If best Is not good
enough come
your TUB FKRNALD UARDWARK Co., W. A. MKRRYDAY Co, n month In the year, one after the other, on the same
Reading notice ad I. are ten cents here and let us fit you In a new, suit,
y- 514w FLA. tf Palatka Fla.
SASFOHD land. Clearing costs money, labor costs money, fertilizers
per line on this page.A overcoat, and all the little accessories

and a Happy such as gloves, ties, hats, shoe, etc. Read the ad. of Dr. E. O. Whlpple -Miss Morse School teacher *\ Allen- cost money but the returns are large, certain and profitable -
Merry Christmas WINSTON S. BRANNING I Tltutvllle and' look the We have
Come geld
all readers. dentist Eau Gallic Fla., on our 5th hurst, left for Grant the Brat of the
ew Year to our Headquarters for Style and Value, page. I IMr. "'eek. to spend the holidays. some of the finest hammock land In tbe State. Call upon ;

-MI. Myrtle Wlllard week of DeLaod Tltusville. Fla. end Mrs Geo. )i. Robblns 'will\ GARDNER HAS A LARGE VARIETYof F. A. Morgan and see what he hat for sale \
as been In town this enjoying a
spend Christmas at Eau (Gallle with Mr. gifts and can please In the useful --- ---_._-- -----.- --- ----
visit with Mrs. W. n. Ball. Some of our stores were nicely decorated you
for the Christmas holidays. and Mrs Den F. Paddlson. WOODMEN MEETING. I AMONG THE HOTELS. t ..)
.IVE YOR WIFE A BEST, AMD -Dr. D. N. Cone, of White Springs, It '

take your Christmas dinner at the '-J.MTlIING you want at Gardner's. THE PALMHURST-STERUNG will 'In town this week, visiting his sinter, There was an Interesting meeting of 1

Palrahurst-Sterling serve a first-class Christmas dinner. Mrs W. T Mathers, of Mouth TUusvtlle Titusvllle Camp No. 141, Wotdmen of The ADVOOATB Is on file at all the '\ k
-Mr. Howard Williams of Jacksonville best hotel New York .t
and with In city
The Doctor' wife baby are world held their In
the at lodge/ room
The Misses Frances and Mollie Ro fManager I
Titusvllle\ High School cloned for was among the pleasant callers at '
him. the Masonic hall, on Monday eveninglast / I. N. Johnston, of the PalmhurstSteillng ;
bottom arrived home
he holidays last Friday, and several of this office on Tuesday Thursday,
teachers left for their respective Orlando where they have been attending -Mrs. F. M. Taylor and son, Master when the applications of Messrs has been painting, cleaning :
be -The professional card of Dr. Robert schoolDo Wilson, left, last Saturday, In their E. H. Nauman and J. 0. Wlndbam were and putting things In ship-shape ..
ome Jcbternltcnuer, a physician of standing launch for a cruise as far south. Palm acted upon, and they were elected to order around his place this week, and la

DR. MILLER DENTIST, TITUS- and a popular resident of Cocoa, will be not fall to read tbe ad, of R. M. I Beach. membership In this thriving and popular making/ tbe above hotel as neat-looking

ills, Fla. w found on page 4 of this Issue Davis, commission merchant, Wilmington mutual Insurance order. and trim as any hotel along the East I
N. O. on our 4th page. He wants DOVT WASTE TIME COOKING ON of Florida.WantedHotel t
Coast .
-The ADVOCATE editor returns thanks WRITE BEAR'S PECAN NURSERIES, all kind of Florida fruit and vegetables. Christmas Day, but take your dinner -Mr. n.rrlVattoD., of Clifton wa

those friends who were good enough Palatka for their special, prices to at the Palmhnrst Sterling. in town on Wednesday.Mr. to manage/ by well ..
send ao many little tokens of apprecl- Florida planters. DR. UOUOHTOS', dentist Peck Block, known report hotel man, on percentage :.
cheer the Daytona, Fla. tf. -Mrs. T. 1.. Wheeler and her mother. Geo. F. Ensey, of Tropic, was 4
office to
Ion this
Into poor
or salary Highest references For 14
-Tbe Indian River State Bank has 10-1..., of Plainfield, N. J, will\ probably In town on Wednesday, '
liter's dreary Christmas. been sending out some pretty calendars -Read the ad. of the Charleston Fruit years successful management of best
Mr. Wheeler at the Palmburst1 -
ANCY PERFUME PACKAGES, 25o, this week, one of which b.ngloo the Co., on page 4. This I. a well known join Sterling 1 In a few days BUY TOUR CHRISTMAS CANDIES hotels In the land Address, "X Y. Z." ,-.{;

35o: SOo, 73o: .Loo..21S., $1.50, $3 00.I walls tf the ADVOCATE office. commission house sod they are bidding: at Goldsmith'sJudge care ADVOCATE:, Titusvllle, Fla. \
for' a share of trade. Read tbe ad. -Mr. Person Paddlson, who has beenat '
Banner Drug Store.Mr. your D. L. Gaulden spent from
MRS. 5. B. PARSONS baa been
THE: DENTOSIsnow located at Titus taking
time has
Lake Helen, Fla:, for some ,
J. W. Orlffli well known or- vllle for a few weeks to do dentistry -Dr. and Mr*. Chas Hill of Sorao- gone to Oklahoma where be has accepted Wednesday until Thursday town a special course In music the past ,

age grower of Shiloh was a recent In all Its branches at moderate charges ton, Pa., with a bright-looking baby, lucrative position. -Dr. J. E. Urlcb expects his mother summer Her engagements are now

easant caller at this office, aooorapsnl1 Dr. J. Edward Urlch.Mr. were oo the southbound train tbe end of here, from New Jersey, m a week, or open for entertainments to the young

1 by Mr. Chas, Evenbeok, a prospective last week, en route to their winter homeat EASTMAN KODAKS 4. SUPPLHES two. people who enjoy good dance music.AddrnN .
U Mo Fat-land will
W. probablynot
make nice Christmas
Indianola.OUR presents. *
Rockledge, Fla
ttler In this section '
be able to visit Titusvllle this winter Banner Drug Store, Titusvllle. -The Baptist ,church had a pretty

There will, be a communication of aa he bus been appointed managerof XMAS STOCK Is greatly: depleted, Christmas tree on Wednesday evening, Hotel Dixie\ Tltusvtlle\ la open for tbe

than River I.odge No. 00 Free and the Illinois Cameraphone Co., In but we still have some nice presentsfor -The Lyon Bros. Co, ,la a well known and many people were ,re18Dt. winter season, Manager Wet F. Green,
the late comers. harry I commission bouse in New York whose of the Grand Atlantic Hotel
ocepted Masons, at Masonic Temple, Chicago TAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS DINNER ,y
tuivllle i on Saturday evening, Dec. Banner Drug Store. ad. you will find on page 4. This firms : Atlantic City, N. J., having arrived last
FINE BOX CANDIES FOR CHRISTmas at the PalmhurstSterllng.Grooms .
for trade In this
th officers bidding your paper. Friday night with a small party; The
for the purpose of electing Muster Richard Robbins t spending
60o, 70o 760.800', 1125, U 60, :: Co.'. ad. will be found on house Is ID first-class order +
lid dues. Mr. and Mrs. Jule Dai don vllle, of everything *
payment of the holidays 'In Cuba, having gone to -
$2,00, |2.50, '5.00, $0,00. Havana with tbe Rollins cMlege football of New York, were passengers on Tues- page 4. This firm has bad 20 years' ex Inside and outside tbe hotel looks .

TILL ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF Banner Drug Store Titusvllle. their penance In handling Florida product In new, neat and clean A large up-to- 1
-tbe team, aa will be seen by tbe article In Ity's south bound train on way to ,
Hunting Boots. For the Master Rufus Robbins arrived homeon another column. heir winter home and orange grove at Richmond and Norfolk, Va., and they date range has been Installed In the

kind all the hunters wear-go, of Tuesday, from Stetson Uulrersity, Merrlts.PURITY". I are anxious: to get a share of your pat kitchen; and Mr. Green says ha will i jar

BraDnlog'I.1'ltolYllle. I IHr. Delaud to spend the Chilstmas holidays ORDER YOUR WAGON CARRIAGE, ronage. make many more Improvements In the

R. L. Griffith, a prominent Jewry : Ue was accompanied by his Fencing, Sewing/ Machine, Range A "PRIDE" BUTTERINK:, D y* Yachtsmen and others, going Hotel Dixie before next season. He has

manufacturer, of Providence, R. I., school chum Mr. Charles A. Noone, of Fanning Machinery, Eto., of Florida tbe acme of perfection; put up In ten : north and south along the Indian River secured the services of Jos. Oil vet to, aa

as a passenger on Tuesday's train, on New York. Purchasing Agency Palatka and save pound palls; as good a* Butter. Purity are requested to read tb. ads of our up Italian, who was chef at the Royal Pal "

sway to Rockl dgel for the winter. I 10 to 20 per cent. Write for particu 1.00 per pall; Pride $240( per I to-date merchants, In tbe column of ace and RisHolpb and Dennis hotels, at
ANTEDYOIlDg Lady Stenographer, Smith Richardson A
r. Griffith Is a well known follower of Salary tars Agents Cyphers Incubators and pall. Send to the AUVCI" TJ:. They can supply you Atlantic City, for a number of years.
One with experience preferred. Jacksonville Fla. 17 2
Conroy ,
rl| Izank Walton and what he don't Miami supplies.Miss wltb all you need. e
$:>0.00 per month Address,
aN about fishing, is hardly worth 18 2 Stella Budge daughter of Mr. _There are some branches of tree TOURIST SCHEDULE
Distributing/ ., Miami Fla. TilE NOVELTY STORE WILL REopen *
nowlng. and Mrs F. T. nudge of Miami, who overhanging the sidewalks In town that
UII.6tb. with a full !line of
-Mr. Henry Prltcbett, one of I he owner bill been at College at Spartanburg 8. need trimming so that "people can walkon According to the advanced schedule
LINE OF Books Stationery IObooIIUpplll.,
Goods of tbe Titusvllle sawmills, after enjoying C.! arrived In THusvllle, Monday, on a the sldswalks without "dodging" Christmas of Information Issued by the Florida
Wood and Burnt Leather good eto, a specialty.Give
Don't a week's stay with his family In visit to her grandparents Captain and heir beads so much. call. Cast Coast railway\ of kilos which will
fall to see them. us a
B4X\fEB! DRUG STORE. racksonvllle, returned to Titusvllle here on Mrs. James Prltcbsrd. fjr" Our mailing dark Is sending out 15-5 I. M. Doosoif. be operated over its road, effective Jan ,
Monday, so that be would be to 4tb 1000, six: trains! dally each way will
the ,
bllll to those who are In arrears to
TRY GOLDSMITH FOR GROCERIES. -Editor E. D. Onlln of the Cocoa and
-Rev. Wm. Stones and wife leave toy vote "dry" on Tuesday.Mr. Is 'be operated between Jacksonville and
ADVOCATE. Singly the amount
(Thursday), for Daytona, to spend -Miss Pet Dixon, daughter of Mr very Rxjk ledge News, was a pleasant callerat St. each between wJacksonville
Slmmoods of Detroit Augu.tinefour
F. J. mall, but when there are a hundred or way
e holidays with relatives Rev.Stones and Mrs. A. S. Dixon of Cocoa, joined this office on Wednesday, and con
Melbourne for a \ and Miami two each
Mich., has arrived at more subscribers In arrears, It. amount way
s a and at Daytona her mother Sunday at the residence of gratulated the ADVOCATE editor\ for
his ,
son family and
her Key
Slmmonds joined Jacksonville} Knights
abort .ta,. Mrs. to a nice little sum. If you have not
the aide In wet
bile Mrs. Stones has a brother who has husband on Tuesday. They will spenda Captain and Mrs. Fischer her grandareots paid your subscription, remit. l.ook.t taking "dry" or during the coming tout 1st scsson. '

it accepted a call to the pastorate ofe on Julia street, Tltusville. She dry election. This the Seaboard Air Line's Floe t
couple of months or so at Rookledge.Mr. / the date on the ADVOCATE: or wrapper year
First Baptist cburoh of that placo.e .'Slmmonds la an expert fisherman has been attending school at St. Josephs Also read the notice to subscribers on Among the pleasant caller at the Ida Limited and the Atlantic Coast

Titusvllle Baptist church voted Academy, St. Augustine. 6th ADVOOATB: office Wednesday afternoon, Line's New York and Florida Special,

ev. Stones a week's vacation, thereforeere RE M EMBER, TIlE PALMHURST- FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES: our page. went Mrs W. F, Green Mrs. C. W. the two handsome tourist train from

wilt be no .."Icello that church Sterling will serve a Christmas dinner Gale, Mrs Jas. Framptou Miss Clara the east, are operated from Now Yorkto
xt Sunday. .fit tor ye gods" so housewives. can All kings of Christmas goods. Toys-Toys-Toys. Uslnes. and Miss Ida B. MoClellaa, of Jacksonville on a twenty-five hour

Cottage take a rest on that day. Toys, novelties, eat glass eto. See my line, best and cheapest line Atlantic City N. J., and Mrs. Wm. M. schedule, while the Over Sea Limited,

Kor Rent. Boats for Sate Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a ever Shown In Titusvllle.II. PrIndie, of Huntogtoo, W. Va., between Jacksonville and Knight Key,,

Six 0-: New Year. will be operated on a schedule, which i
rooms, all one floor, Including Prosperous E. WAIKEH: Launches for Sale.

th-room and kitchen, with an nnllrolt- Two large boats for sale Address, CHAS.A,GARDSIIa.TttIlIYl1IePhooe: 34L Gray Bldg., Washington, A... will make connections the Key with

supply of pure running water. Furnl- Peter Nelson box 189, Titusvllle Fie ODe 25-fl. double ender, round be Peninsular and Occidental steamers

re and rugs, bedding etc., new and up- 18-tf HeadquartersOf House-Boat Wanted. wltb 5 h. p. Regal engine $.20 salting for Havana and arriving there

ate. NO linen or silver. Large One 20-ft., roundS, b. p. engine JJO: wenty-five hours and ten minute* after u'

azzas on two sides. Rent, $200: 00 fore A Biff Bargain. Santa Claus, nothing over 35c. Toys Wanted to rent for three months, Both In good condition. Bargains. leaving Jacksonville.

season. Apply to range In prices 5,10.15, 25. 80 and 85.II. without crew, a bouse-boat to accommodate 10-9) P. O. Box 123, Cocoa, Fla. This means that New York:>> I la now

W. T. W.LL8, Cruising Launch' 36x9. Full cabin; E. WALKEB, family of five. Either sail or Ifty-two hours and ten minutes from

Melbourne Florida.Rooms ( drop windows; 24 b. p. engine. Elec- Gray Bldg., Washington Ave. power. Reasonable.Address. NOTICK. lavana. It seem almost Incredible e+

trio lights, Sands closet. Sleeps four. Box 150: yet It I.I an 'actual fact, made possible by

Tools, dinghy, carpets, cushion Fine Urowers. 18.1 Great. Neck, N. Y.n' The annual meeting of the .stockholders the advanced methods of railroading wA
Wanted. outfit. Worth J,000, and now $800. of chi Indian Ricer State Bank, will y

: Act quick; stored at Miami Fla. The oldest and most reliable Fruit and be held at the Bank on Tuesday, the 12th SACKED CONCERT +1
Up to YoutTo : ;
Wanted two rooms for light ALLEN JORj.lIJ1IJIIf.: Produce bones In the State of Florida, day of January, 1000, for the purpose of

>th use-keeptng from Jan 1st. Address J791: Seeley Avenue, solicit consignment of Fruits and Vega bill a Bridgeport-'The Motor i electing' Board of Director and such Mr. C. J. Deobam's pupil will give a
price per montb,. Chicago Ill while November other business a* may presented,
and Mote the special -
17-3w ablea. If you wish good prices That sacred concert at the Opera house,Titus.
do with We and December discount Is on. Send
business us.
-2 Vfc quick[ vllle, at 3:15 .,o'clock on Sunday aft..-
Burlington that do not send ns overripe for catalogue and booklet-they tell you \
grove request you Bids For County Convicts. noon. Parents and all those who are
stock or packing boas refuse. We all about It. FRED: N. nrrciiocvK:, Agt. interested In sacred music are Invited

Hardware Etc. The best to be bad. Get your winters cannot handle this class of goods. 14..1' Tltosvllle, Fla. The Board of 4'onoly: Commissioners Admission free.Hock ,
supply while It lasts. MARX BROTH IBS.: of Brevard County will\ receive bids at

For all kinds of Hardware, both shed J.. D. :f\fJlI.: Jacksonville Fl Launch For Sale. their next regular meeting on tbe first Island Batteries.
for the
Monday lo January, 10UU Hire
1 heavy, Paints, Oils,'Ship Chandlery,; bull oak of the Convicts.
---------- Handsome,20ft. white cedar ; County
ckery and Glassware, call on as. Launch For Sale. Wood for Sale. finish, canopy top, cushions, etc.; La- Those who wish to bid will present If yon want the best dry cell write r'
W. have the and prices art their respective bids on that date, mark Kock Island batteries three slies
goods oar : throp engine. Boat and engine In first- us for ,
JOII-: beam Skipjack ed "Bids for County Convicts. i'
Rht.Mall. About 18fL 7ft. ; .. .N",. 6 7 and 8 at 30o fiOo and 73o.
with 2 b. Pine or pak, any length. Also plowIng -, class condition. Will be sold at a bar.gain. By order of the Board.A. ,
In condition # p.
tank. good ;
orders receive prompt attention. and harrowing. See or address J FRANK FOBSTKB: A. STEWART East Coast Lumber: Supply Co.,

J u.J>arrcJLum fc SOT, Bridgeport motor.'* Address Titusvllle., x. Jamison Titusvllle Fla. 18-3" Oscbld, Fla Dec. 8, 1008. County Clerk. 10-4) Eaa Gallle. ]I't..
TltusvlUe, Fla. 13 "F. Z., ADVOCATE:, I'

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Had It* Limitations. hooted-- "Scat! Scatr NEW SEED PEAS AND BEAXg
A Scottish farmer was proudly showing The cow didn't seem to be much In- ,
.440arld! Ferc Santa Comes' a visitor an antique clock which I tlm'dated!' and calmly ate on. Three- -
: had recently come Into his pOMsenolon year-old Mary dancing with excitement Hurt or Ninety day: Send Oat's. Genuine Teas: Rust Proof Seed Oa,IK
ri tI Isn't thnt a cran clock" he laid.i exclaimed- "Tell him to cow.' A Full Line uf Fresh Vegetable and Garden Seed. Alao Hay: Uraii,,
I i "1' torht It at au auction sale In the Wobble; tell him to ocowT'-Delln-- teed, Flour, Grlti and Meal. Headquarter for Poultry buppiie

3 I. '' ; t r '- I toon the It her day an' got s talc bar ator. Catalogue FREE. .
M.f fI + gain."
I" 'les, but dew It keep good timer Horae coughs and stuffy cold. that
.I d I I tho vlrltor asked William A. :amours: & Co.
"ifH I ".\11. weep I It'* no good enough to may: develop into pneumonia over night

r catch a train or that tort o' thing but are quickly cured by: Fogey's: Honey and aaarisoiv-v.:r ra=a: o. rIA rLd.
: good enough to Ret up! to yet breakfast Tar, us It soothes loflirued membranes, -- --. -
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and (the cold from
I heals the lunar, expel.

A Budding Phlloiog..t.I the ay.(.ro & Baker
I Dabble, aged five, Iowa cow grazing McMurray
Sold by Tltuavllle Pharmacy
:. :. I {IB Eta mother'! flower garden and
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"" I Men <>f ability and character In every town lot -Maken and Jobbers of-
13,1" i Florida to repieaent the 4

'1 It, 1 1tN i Florida Life Insurance> Co, i ii Vehicles, Harness> Carriage and Wagon Material 1

Rubber Tlrfll,
r; Saddlery, ,
Ili 111 "Ili i i 1N li P' i Write at once for our Agency Proposition |
1 rl i Z First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc Etc

,I : We Can Help You Make Money. .- .. -- -

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Maisbp 1\2nQh1.n.ory: Ooxn.pnny"U

fyl We carry at Jacksonville a large and
,1, j complete' sock of
l y j A' x {\ .A BOILERS A: S1W MIL1S

all kloda'of Saws, Beltlnir! HiidMlll| \ Sup-: GIVE LARGE PROFITS

I plied. 1Yehavemrnyl6onrandrot.atle: .-
r "' + '-: I I fled customers. who sill\ lentlfv 10 I the PRODUCE RESULTS.
t 'merits of our (1r'w HJe. Ill| .III pay you to
5jj get our price and terms before buying

\Ve are General Southern Agents for Kaiquhar Engines, Bollem and Maw Mills "
Write For Prices
,K "' ...1 '" A Portal. will bilng our saleKtuaa. Wilts for Illustrated catalogue. Us

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l MEW Will Pages\ : will A POST CARD today -
n cblnKOlDlhvitinl: ( luting roomi : : .--ville. Flan
.. LC s'v' r/fy j'1''f ':,I Y 1 dumal rooms into an at. you Intend papering: will ,
tractive cheerful< home. bring you umplet free. ... -
We place at your door r If you- intend painting r--- .
-- the privilege of. (election : : tend for price: and color:
It '!:i{" ,I LOOKING FOR SANTA CLAUS from the largeit ,,. card. We have every iFS[ TET5
,j;tl. f''.., and most varied itoctin thing in PAINT and can :
= =- the South. MMVefl
:u ,,('''I foam. capped steins and sen fry duty do ave you money.PapertiangBrs \ rooted and well(jrowa.true to Yna and ,re.e ..pwinllr.. .
Odd Christmas Cakes not aaalnillate very well. i Papertianprs, Wrt!. for AICDCJ [ WrRi for Agencyluiu try for>pl grew. ,f.--::::: .1W.11W, Lour to",tw nYNr adyrdi'hn0 t1M p..nol HI1,

The German authorities have done For SemlaTropictI Planting .,
Evarythlnff w oltw Hu tfecn ftnd found to tftow la totiMl part of Hi*
t, much to encourage the toy ma king Industry w. say st. BALFE-CONROY COMPANY; l.ctroavul.' FU. .outliern SutM. M.xlt. or WeM... I=. Oitr Work to Rill.,.rf comj,let*-ftx actwiffrouad .of ,
M uccemful btuiMM Write fur $Cawl ia
*hrp to. Twenty year* 190
particularly by collecting toys I. :I.i "'." 'Mm Nunrrlre rmm.enY nn'.';,. SInt M... flnrrAeI11111AA1 ,_I
; 1 ff31'A{ ; GERMAN NOVELTY. from all the world that the toymaken : .
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:ftl! might acquaint themselves with the
":; !. for many yean baa want and peculiarities of forelirn .U////11/1A1///1/1/1//1/1/1/1//////1//11///A1/1/////1 Ul/11///i //1ilAili1WSPEC2AZr
GERMANY land of Chrlatmai no.I .- markets. The wooden animal of the

I ''i'.1i, Ingenious each toy year, candy the fcater'a and. past have toys been eclipsed A submarine by the boat mechanical :: :: :EOLJD.AY OFFER:: ::: i

,I '1' {! cake maker devise some oddity which which sink Into the water and rises
t ;.t proves Irresistible In luring email or again all with one charge of soda

great sum from the pocket. of YuleI powder; a diver which. Roea to the ." a present, we will include with all f
'I\, tide ahoppors. One of the latent manias bottom and bobs up serenely when FOUR FULL QTS orders for Tasty or Immense . FOUR FULL QTS /
la for quntat and humorous CbrlatJ /
r. air Is blown Into bin through a little For 4 Quarts, 1 Pint FREE /

\ I }. In mal augar cakes,and which dough.are literally The cake cartoons are tube a Santos-Dumont. airship which tX fIJt i 1 .: For 12 Quarts, 4 Pints FREE EXPRESS $X50 :

:I Y decorated with all sorts of funny fig- really flies a real Galling, gun with SS. t'AOO THIS OFFER EXPIRES DEC. S I ,10CS
i [ J urea made of colored augur and In I trlr* for tin aoldler to go up, a railroad PREPAID I c
Kit> 1 many Inntnnres are not the crude art with full working equipmentOCBIIAN '
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SC ra lied Label ,. . . . 2 BO Glen, Lily. "*, . . 3 20 _
:1 L7 Yellow Label . . ... . . 2 75..> /
Blue Label. ? . . . . 3/M1JIm/ 9 j i{ n :
Black Label . . . . : n IIC k ner Rye.. . . 4 00 TA5 7Y /
,av :1 White LabelBULK . .. . . .3 50( TASTY TASTY TASTY. "tt"'Y'
Echo bpilnga, . .,' ; . 6 JO "'a""Y"r tm ltwn tm *'Ym :
.,, t t' a 9 D9 iatrrnr +nutr>"+e .,.ewtnwe mOIl""" i
e t, I Ii.n. I. W. Harper. ,. . 100 :
rr !,-j' V
z avt wnlanp art wnurty art wrorncy . ,per gal.. 1 50 to 1 50 E.Pepper . . . 600.astmutrt 1 1I ZAPFisJACKSONVILLE.IU' :

'fl + ,rostfaune____ .tostYaurre_-- Echo SprloRe. . . . 3 1\0' THE JOSEP
W, Tlarper. . . 3 50 Duffy'n' Malt .. . . . 4 00 1Ma1t1V61ekey
1iii . 200 to 4 00 I .

torn... Ian to 00 American Malt . : 4 00
Tom Glu : . 1 60 to 3 UI.: '
I THE JOSEPH ZAPFO.. CogoaoS'erchAppleAprlaotnlack, ; TulkeyM1fountalnCoro; : : : : : : : 3 ftO ORDERS /
IwrryaedHrr.nrnrandleeperRalltQtaaDO SEND US YOUR
I JACKSOrM Ut.FlA. Port, Catawba, _
Slierryi Blavklwrry
Niaer..r ..... .. per gal. I 00 to 2 0 Gopher Gin Tonlo . .... . 4 fNl) t
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t tI these are among esusT the mechanical toy IF ,YOU WANT THE BEST DRINK
I w, a of 19ooneberg 4
I In short Santa Claus In these times

+' can find the means of gratifying; the
wishes, of his motet fastidious petitioner .
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Y, it a merry Christmas A away

When there is lots of mow, ,

Tag For then through my good shovel AboVe FOUR FULL QUARTS, $5.00' M

re e Some golden coin I know l'Gy
t ; Everything! .-

3t And 'tis a merry Christmas yTyy

t When not a >flake is seen,.

For Christmas to the Irish : ..-.,,.r

'I, : Is merry when it's green. : WE WILL SHIP YOU EXPRESS CHARGES PAID
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Among future possibilities for ex-
Paul I Jones, 4 quarts _.....$5.00 Old Reserve Per Gal Paid Ter Gal
product one would expect under the President lloo ovelt there' heading Tennessee Corn 4 quarts ..$4.00 North Carolina Corn......3z,2S Express $5.50
circumstances The Bavarian peasant, the Democratic national ticket against Lewie' 66. 4 quarts_.__.. S.00 Pure White Corn, 4 quarts.. 3.00 Mountain Dew....::"..._., 2.50 Sunny Brook year. old-: ".jjj
for example Is a fair type of the llr Governor Hughes In ID1:. Both can Hunter, 4 quarts........... 5.00 Black and Blue Corn, 4 qts. 3.00Harvest Mountain Dew Old ....... 3.00 Gibson Pure Rye.-..*--.--- 500
Lewis' 66 Blend -
Corn, 4 quarts... 3.50 Harvest Corn............ -
be la in for election .. ._.__ 350
lag original a* pictured "sweep New York" In the Harper[ 4 quarts--- .... 500 Laurel! Valley Corn 4 3.50 I !
+' Munich qts. Laurel Valley Corn_____ 3.50 yhi a AtillBourbon.._. 350
comic weeklies.
German A --
forecasts. Echo Springs, 4 quarts... 5.00 300,
waitress carrying a well grouped Indian Hill, 100 proof.--
Ileerrt overlooked Cascade :Tennessee, 4 qts .. 5.00 Blend- 350
bunch of foam capped ateln of the that Land of Flowers
bererage for which Munich I* celebrated Strange I Sheridan Club, 4 quarts.. 2.7S. BLUM & GO. Green Briar Tennessee.McGuffie's .--- 3I 'oo
Interview with Kaiser William, which .. ... 3'
1 1 at home and abroad, even If Sheridan Club 6 quarts_. 4.00 Malt ; ::-- 3:00:
rested for week In the safe of the I Canadian White Rye. --
Abe doe lifelike suggest, while Salome the a saluting trtdel8 a decidedly .l- Century printing office fated to be Sheridan Club, 12 quarts._ 8.00 517.519 W. Bay St.Jacksonville, Florida Fleetwood RyeII' -.__.___- z.SO .very attitude suggest that suppressed.

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DDCEMBEH :5, 1903 3.

Professional Cards XOTIC11 TITUSYILLE FLORIDA --the--F K,; C.-H>. vtailiiu-- and U fitted +na 9


rijO. M. BOBBINS, NOTICE IS HEREBY date I GIVEN*ill present THAT tu,.SIX ao- A Favorlto wltb Tbe evBiy Hotel couveiilroon.Dixie, under tbe management [ Tin : 1; > laui:

llnerhatuloln ooiinu and to B.vouch R. Wllsunluunt"r* In the.tate) Judge..f arc of.- Spot In a Favored of Mr. U'ru. F. Uievn, will open

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Brerard Uouuty,and auk for a deal dieoharge.S. ( Secton-The Famous East lu December. with Ibu other hotels a i.l! I ItabeI4's.i j 4d

AT-LAW. L. CARRUTHItRS.Executer: Coast of Florida. and IxiaiUiiiK buuees will give ample :.-.:

nil p practice in State and United Statei I at'commnhld.&llonil for all who vUltTllimvilla I

{Court. Application for Tax I>eetl. THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER, this winter.J I

0 Bee at TI v.YiLLa,1LA.: ION i

Under Section 8 of Chapter 4x88,Laws of Florida II Irs. Diclianey'H If'rlell'c. '

GAULDEN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT EAKT I TIle town of Tltuevllle Is situated on I'
n. L. a Cattielbntanya| corporation| un Mrs M. MclUnoy, 1'Ontlllll. Mlaa
der the laws m Ibe I State of a lurlua par the Florida Est Coast Railway lit ,
"I 1
chaser of war ooullnml to my tad fur
tax vertillnate'
Ni US. dated the
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ATTORNEY-AT.LAW, clay of April, A. I.1411.2( has Illmi said I nert:mcata: miles south of jMksonvUle, 145 miles three mouths with kidney and bladdur

rill practice In all the Court of the State deed:lu mvittloe tolaaue, and lu:: accordance has' wade with applloatlon' I law. Said for eel ux i north of Palm Beach aDd 212 mll. trouble and! was .tiemwl\ by, two Ablephyslolan. I

, florida; and the> United States Ouurti. embraces the following described prop."ry north of Miami. Tbe TUuevlUe branch but failed lei yet relief
TITCSVILLE FUL. r.i"'S'wBlia county'Florida,to-witi t of the defunct Jacksonville, Tampa A :0hllm"n lonitue can tell huw, I
i.u Bm.,831. t:' Nw5 pt, notion yv, Township suffered I, and I had given up hoe of
21 tMiuili, Range 3A Ea..t. Ky West Railroad, now controlled by I
.. ev |1I'0.lInl well' until' I l> taking + ,
The said land being ,
w ed at the date of the the Florida" East Coast Co. e
17 J, WEBB, Hsuanoe of such certificate In the name IIf Ralfoay Kolev'a Kidney' Hl.'n". Unknown. Unless said uertifloate shall be re alw run into the town-tbls being the to botiin I felt Ilk. a new person. and l

A TTORNEY.A T-I.A W deemed thereon: on according the'Utli 1 :: : day to ot law lixovmlwr, tax deeu, A. \\I.I l:. Issue inn:,*. terminal\ point of that branch There f"lt l my dutvio .11, \ au"lrllllng t r+ + Z< e.Mt

the Witness my ortlol signature and seal I tblatin are several' trains arriving dally from "a'' .lev'i. Ki'lnev. Kemeilv the Courts of 7th
\Fill practice 13th day of f.oTeiiib, A. 1>., 1:NMirt. ui" emit at iiltiavlile 1'111111U1a1l1'Unde
molt Taxes paid for non-resident | .ot. Heal) A. A. TKW A R1', Jacksonville and Sanford during tbe
d rent Rod accounts collected. I I t'lerk Circuit Court Kre ard county, Kloilda' season
13 Hy <> A. MTEWAIIT I). .
'FLORIDA, I Aa the county seat of Drevard county. Pam U suing a railroad for 33 -
It has a court house and a modern cents. In the case of some roads a > 1
of ? '
Foreclosure.IN .
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jail building, wltb rarely over two or judgment for even that small amount
three !InmMe8. The population Is over might be set aside as .'con catol') I '
ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW ty state of 1000. Illness Is so rare, that one doctor of the entlro plant.

In town finds a.mpJetime to act *'
Jyal-Upchurch Building, Jaz. Frederick A. Morgan,aa administrator
of Urn Estate Justice of the Peace and Notur-\
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. of Win. Trent: ler, deceaaod.George lie. besides attending to bill The Vine Blight.
VS. Several Inquiries from New Englandwere i
: E. Prltchxtt, et alTo .. practice while the other nnCi tit..
STEWART Gwirge h:. Prlt liett. Ula Prltchett his recently received at She depart. i
A A wife, both of Ixilllx, Laurens county, Georgia 1'0 bunting. went of agriculture asking for remedies Rt
J. > and to J. N.Tallev.of MauimGeorgia, Around
aa truate- Tltusvtlle are a number
to prevent or cure the blight\ that
FIRE INSURANCE. In bankruptcy of the late Jim ol Prltchett t
-..., which ass consumed of the said George .... fine orange groves and vegetab, destroys cucumber, melon and squaih

Represents only strong .and reliable Prltchett Von and and each O.of S. N.wi hereby required to farms vines and referring to the well known i> Y-T>vAfillcltaSantafrin .aor }' .x

companies. appear! : to the dill of complaint I for the for* Here Is virtually the head' of the In disease very prevalent In Americaof Lou
iloaure"fa mortgage. In the I above entitled: d'
and Pine Streets. cause dlan River, and the favorite point for late yearn and which causes' appnr- ,
Office corner Palm at the oftloe of time clerk or the Circuit Court for
Hrevard county Horlita. Tltlln III". lorl.U. fitting out and starting of numerous ently vigorous vines to suddenly with Dont send me a dollie. e
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. on Monday,the 4th) day of January litoH, ::1
aald bin In dun coiinie and to stand to answer t<>, cruising parties during our balmy winter er and die within a few days from the please. ,

abide and perform| what the court shall consider months; as everything necessary to beginning of the attack. w

TARRY G. UTLEY, In'Ihlaonlxr that behalf Will l be published. once each week comfortably equip a pleasure yacht According to Dr. li. T. Galloway of Naurfhtymobile painted r

for four auooetlte weeks In the LAST COASTAmooATKof can here be obtained at the most reasonable the bureau of plant Industry, the blight Thai's wKsxUwmild like '' t
; Tlumvllle' I Fla. la prevalent nil along the Pacific coast yinatea .
Untie, and 1 ordered at the erk'n' office at TI- prices. This Is evidenced by I
1'IIYSICIAN & SURGEON. ttihvllle, .Florida, this hid day ot '...."'mher,19(111. The germs of the blight are carried by ; .
tbe fact that tbe came parties have
IUS] A, STEWART, an Insert lie recommends that thevines
t Circuit Court of llrevard <'onnty, Klorlda.. been coming here annually for many tl nr At
TITUS VILLB, FLORIDA.R llM "10.A 8IKN\AHT,1), olioiild! make n IIII'IIt111'1tIbt'r than !
winter for that purpose 1n preference a rapid and
growth should t b* planted 'J
to other point along the East
Notice to Non'Itesident any on ground containing a large amountof \ J;,
ROBT. HCtlLERNITZiUER, organic matter adding also nitrogen 'jI

To the southeast of TltUBVllle U the In I the form of nitrate of soda. SprayIng s
IN CIRCUIT COURT (iF) THE SEVENTH wide sweep of salt water bay (about the plants with parts green and ,

Ear, Nose and 'Throat a Specialty. Judicial yard county.Circuit In of Chancery Florida,,A.In D.and 1U08-9\for) lire, six miles In width), formed by the waters bordeaux mixture such ns Is used for I Jt t

Bee In Brevard County Bank BUtg, George M. UobMna, Complainant of the famous Indian River. Here potatoes kills. the Insect which carries I 'Jof

V'S fishing, wild duck shooting, sailing the blight and prevents Its puncturingthe
COCOA FLORIDA. John R walk..t al.
1JerllntAantt. and rowing can be Indulged In to tbs leaven' and admitting the fungus

Notice to Non-ltesldent' Defendants. be art'. content of the moat fastidious of the disease As a means of prevention -

D. MITCHELL, D. D. S., To Charles H. Swain and (bristle Swain Woodlawn, lltrnilnghain, Alahaiii' JosephWadluK.of be grown on fresh ground each year
: On In dl
Wakedeld. New York City, N V.I tbe ocean bench nearly a
RESIDENT DENTIST. McllwaineKnight trtiling aeuoilwaiueKulght reel line east of TltuivlUe( h. Canaveral
C..., nf New York cltv. N, V.| Ernest L Riom, 1r
Gee In Brevard County Bank Bldg "..Unit a. rntat: L. Knodei & lo', of Allan a, Club surrounded by over 10,000
Hr.| Uaao M. Frank, Ferdinand A. Weil KdwlnM. acres of land. This property' Is owned How-;ro
Frank and Hugo I. Frank partners aa Flank
COCOA, FLORIDA. & Oo.,of Ha van nail,Ga I Ku'loiph W, Elsie and by Home of the most prominent and ,

Louise Maltimore Klein partners, Mil .. Klein Mendel Manufacturing and Ken wealthy retMenti of Boston wbo come
Io; of | Henry
J train I Herman: partners aa Mendel, Human & south to hunt every winter. Gain FleshPersons H
GENERAL DIRECTORY, Co ,of pan Incorporated, of Atlanta. Ga.| Atkins, The cool, refreshing, hearth- wing, ,
McKaldon Brown c: 1,lI1'rl.1f incorporated, of OEone-laden breezes- wafted across from
Atlanta Ua.| Southern bed Company, I
U.8. SENATORS incorporated\ of Ailama, Oa.| Horn Furintnra the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay, have been known to

. ratlaferro..... ... ........ ..Jacksonville & Lumber! ; Company, Incorporated; of Home: are one of tbe most enjoyable feature
....... .. ...Penaaoola ua.1'b.ltegul| Manufacturing Comuany, Inoor.pcratedol gain a pound day by taking
Knoxville, Conn| Kearns Furniture of this phenomenal location.
U. S. CONGRESSMEN. i in|>any, luo::rH>rated, of High Point N, ti.| ounce of Scott's Emulsion. It
Is of
1k Clark.... .. ...... .. .. ...LakeClty. KrlUgoford Company InnciriMrated or loins There a large area primeval is strange but it often happens. .
( Igparkman' .... vine, Ky.i Augustus Wright Company, InoorCirateil. forest and prairie land beyond tbe .
.a.!Lamar,. ,, ..:.::,?,:::::...:: 'M';.Tamirs.: : ot Peutrauunr, Va | C. E. Wheelnck' I & southern and western boun
,, Incorporated, c4 Peoria HI I Toe northern, Somehow the ounce producesthe '
U.'S. LANU OFFICE. itoyuell Brothers White Lead A Color Company dories of Tltiuvllle awaiting the ad et ,
Chnbh, .. Incorporated Detroit .-Mlob I Levis Jukonkl pound; it seems to start nrral
,, ...... ... .Register. settler till the _
lila Warren;.... Reuelrer Mercantile ('010 pall 1. Incorporated ol 8t Louis nut of tbe thrifty to ens'
Dittoes at (Iane.vitl.Fora.EXECIJTVE Mo.Schwab Clothing' Co .pany, Incorporated, fertile! soil which now abound In the digestive machinery going r .lftf (
: ; tn9lt, oj
of Hi. Louis, .rtn.| Harrlmm( liiotbere Com bw r" > Ji t_-_._-- f'
DEPARTMENT. puny, hlcorpmrateduf Phliauelphia' Pa; H. H (.me. Here can ,be found quail snipe' properly, so that the patient sable l :;: _"":' D' "U;; :

,lenn H. Rroward ..... ...... ....Go"",nor, CIIIJlln t'ollll..nY/lnonrllC'r&t"1 under" the laws turkey and deer hunting to suit the to digest and absorb his : I
!!Ill Crawford ,..., Secretary of State of New Mllliurjr ( !
5.11'!! .'... :.. ..:: ::: ..... ..Treasurer: Atlantic Supply Cowl+any. Inourpuraed, of New roost ardent huntsman ordinary food which he could '

I i.> Ellis. Croon,..,'. ... ..............AttorneyGeneraloc. ..Comptroller. York city,of!N.New Y |fork:.'11110.:S.. Uoldliurc Y Jr."M I ;,. Inroeorated liaise TUu.vl! ta l swelled\ streets. eleo. not do before and that is the' America their! religious customs, nor
MI Lin..... ::CommianioierAgrkultura i ; : Compat.y, Incorporated; i 1II00lrpOIrAIAI.\\Carter trio light, a reliable bank a mammoth : the is made.A Why Saint Nicholas ? forgetting that of Bt Nicholas eve. In
ol gain .
Churchill ,
I furd'! Hnliuwav It. Potter.Adjutant... .,..Supt. Public Instruction.-Oeneral Lebanon& NewHatnmhlre.tonipai|
nralford,. .,.,. .... ...Survejor-Ueueral You and..... of >uu are hereby oomiiianded men; several fine brick blocks and certain amount of flesh is his visits tbe night of Dee D, Bt. Nicholas "
. R"e,. ...... .. ... ., (:hamlat and strictly enjoined that you personally t>e
.t 4mna! ... .. ......".".... ate Examiner. and appear liefuie tie Judge ol mar Ciromit.: oilrt every store( In them occupied by up- necessary for health; if you By ROBERT OONNELL. day icing celebrated by the set
for the county of itreyurd, at th."nllrt house (itnald tiers In time tbe Dutch
its a holiday
lUIUoei at Tallah.Florlda. ouiinty,..n Uie lath day of January, A. I), to-date merchants: a Board of Trade have not got it you can get it +
SUPREME COURT JUDGES. rtotf at Tltusville Florida, to answer.<> a bill of five white chl1f'chel. large fisheries !Copyright. IKK t>X American Press Association. were supplanted by the English New
Division A. complaint exhibited arMI"o.; you In our said and \ fiber by takingSCOTT'S .! Amsterdam became New York and the
sort by George M the lore* mourn a tanning extract palmetto
''MM.Rharkleford.... .... Chief Justice of a mortgage: and to do f urth r and recelvs factory an ice factory, law and i real Is !Santa Clan sometimes oM Bt Nicholas eve gift giving custom
lamas B. Wulltteld, Hubert 8 Cockrell. what our amid court snail consider In that behalf; was reintroduced Into England from
., Nicholas? For
omit, under ot estate office, sn opera house, a well WHY St.
Division B. and this you are not to penalty
: I New York. lint In England the
nwli-kTaylor .. .... Presiding u.tlc. having I I said bill taken against you aa confessedThla organized band, shooting club, large most excellent reason ens-
William A. Hooker Chaa. B. Parkmil. order will be published In the B.AHT that Nicholas Is the real torn of glftmaklntr on Christmas eve
Florida once a comfortable 'hotel. besides i a
COAT ADVICATB atTltuavllle. and *,
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. week for lour comwcutl weeks.. number of boarding house In variou EMULSIONSend name of the saint Until comparatively had grown up. There was, however,) ;

'.Hudson, Miami ... Senator.. Done and ordered at the ('Ivrk's. office of the recent years there was no Santa no Santa Claus ceremony Gifts were
H.Jonee,Tltusr'Iii;:.: ...njr.8 Wove, above 0011 rt. at'rltllolIIlI. Florida parts of the town. Claus at Christmas time. When the made outright and without secrecy
( ,. ) tin* lilti day of December, A. D. should have together with name
The facts present
CIRCUIT COURT. : ti ***' as shaper In which U appear your adtlreu and old saint comes down the chimney When St. Nicholas sailed back to
f 8.Jonei.Titusvlile..CircuitJndga. JultCour'r: A A. STEWART, a tendency to direct the attention of four cent to cover poor.... and we will send Dec. 2-1, Christmas eve and deposits England there was consternation1'

:'mites rnjcTerm Or,ando.-Fourth... Tuesday I"t'OII8outln'Unrne In'March ,.. Clerk of the(county ironll Florida ourt ofllrevard ,. men,. prospective) visitors to our cosy you a"Complete Handy Miss' of the World." lifts for the children In the aus|>eiided among fond papas and mammas In.

Ili ferin. -Fourth Tuesday In Ootooer. By O. A. Stewart D.C. I* 1 town, In making their plan for the SCOTT A BOWNE.409 Pearl St. New York. stockings be id just nineteen days behind the tight little |'ale."What .

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD winter. ;;:.. time fur his true and proper Shall we have two days of| )S

Walker Superintendent.T1tunDla Potted Strawberries. We .have a fine Masonic Hall ID time I* Dec C, that I being the eve of gift giving and less .than three weeks

'lOll er -E. B. Arnold, Malabar) G. S. Slntle- At this season of the year there .r. Tltusvlll. where Indian River Imi- 8t Nicholas day. Just bow Nicholas apart they cried. >r

,Uwoai' ; A. i, Carter Turnbull.COU1'"TY always a number of Inquiries wltb re- No. 90, ,..* -A.M., Indian River Chapter FOLEY'SHONEYioTAR jot to be the Christmas eve saint Is Thrifty English parents, U Is supposed ,' t

t. ( COMMISSIONERS. gnrd to potted strawberry plants. Tb Royal Arch Mason, Friendship not altogether clear bat those Iconoclasts determined that one day of'

,Ito 'oiikllnK,; chairman Tlllmani; J.; M. Idea Is that extra strong plants can t* Chapter No. ll, Order of eastern Star: who dig Into ancient matters giving was enough and so they slm-t p

!'b.eusiCityYulntIT..1.iCooluduttoi, ( grown by plunging pots Into the and Tlbusvllle Camp No. 141, WoM- are probing this socret They have ply transferred 8t Nicholas to Christ '. "'

and setting the young plants claim to have discovered mas .... :
"liar ....Ion. are held Grot Monday in each ground men of the World and Indian River discovered or i
"' still attached to the Christmas Banta r
Into these that the eve
103. Knlchts 'Of Pythias,
REV Lodge No.
ARD COUNTY OFFICERS mother plants. These! potted nursling\ Onus really originated lu America being

WI.o". TltiuHHe.County) Judge. are then transplanted to permanent meet regularly. transported to England from New I Diamonds For the Kal.,,..
11.lIlIlan. Ttuuvlii.l..o.. Proi An ,. Also a city telegraph office and express a
AtewartTltueyllle, .. .. ...County Clerk. beds In August or September and an York. 11 err Dernbuor. German secretary of '
Hall Tltuavlll.( .... . ..,Tax: Aaneaiior..J111'Tltnerllle. expected to yield a crop the following delivery; a carriage and wagon In tbo saints' calendar Dec. 0 1* Bt. state for tbe colonies, will on his return .

. :: Tltusllle II l .,?.::: :. ::::Ta Treasurer.Collector.k.lTl year. Practically one year la thus stoop> and a tin and sheet iron shop. The original I Nicholas day. Nicholas was bishop of from Africa present the kaiser r

. rise"A.Tltna"llle. .. ..Superlnundent saved In the production of a strawberry The East Coast Advocate 1s published Myra. In Lycla U* Is believed to with a golden casket filled with s"

,? *".,Tltn.Tiiie IIlIavllle........ .....County....... Surveyor..Shsrlff. crop. The value of this methodcan every Friday morning, and by a LAXATIVE cough remedy. have lived under the Emperors Diocletian diamonds from German Southwest Af i
\orwp"1, TltusTllle.. ::.RegistrationOfficer; be pretty accurately set forth In I glance through Its advertising column and Constantine and is the patron rica. The casket Is the work of Herr

TITU8VILLK TOWN COUNCIL. dozen words. It Is Interesting play for you can easily see who sire the prominent For coughs. colds throat and lunar saint of poor maidens, sailors, Iturmester, a jeweler of Cape Town.
Wilson!! mayor, J N. Waller inanbsl amateur gardeners but has no standing merchant of our town-men w'hle troubles. No opiates. Non-alcoholic. travelers, merchants and children. It Is twelve centimeter. long and six:

Inbu MII..rtorl'J> f.Wilson, clerk and trees In commercial strawberry culture. are up-to-dal. citizen, and who are 'Good foreverybody. Sold everywhere.The Rich maidens, of course are also quite centimeters wide and has on tbe lid

]inran;:: Henry, "' ",.tax Prltehard assessor, P.O.J. Hall A Stewart and F., It Is never undertaken on a commer asking for your patronage. Read the genuine willing to acknowledge him when becomes tbe Initial "VV." surmounted by a f+

'lop.In alderman each month The eounell meets Unit clal scale. But In small gardens where axis on every page very carefully.\ rOLEY'S HONEY and TAR isle along wltb diamond dog col- crown. Seven diamonds are set la the

tbe fun of growing things Is equal to Sample copies of the Advocate will I k Yellow package. Kef use substitutes. law", necklaces and tiaras. lid. representing the Southern Cross. u

"Tl-SVILL BOARD OF TRADE. market price of the produce fall of the United Before the great religious reformation
the be sent free. to any part Prepared only I by
i''?i>hl"n", J. M.: Dlaon: tress planted potted strawberry plants maybe States upon application. Foley A Company, ChIO... the custom of giving prevents on 8k Sea Bathing. en Ocean Liners.

" ni.hT1'In each eesrotsq.iah'I seuond rooms.Wed., cordially recommended.. Thesefact. Tbe Sterling Hotel Is practically. 1 for ulf' hJ' Tltii vllle Pharnt'.cy'SEEDS Nicholas ere was general When the throughout worshipof A new amusement for passengers on 4

account for the annual appearance new having been entirely re-built, Christian Europe. ocean linen has been Introduced onboard z
of the potted plant fever In the many, more room added dining room the saints was abOlllllw'J ID<* practice I some Pacific Meatuertt, It Is e A
England where fur
amateur horticultural Journals. The tied out la swimming bath on deck big enough to
6O YEARS'EXPERIENCE enlarged piazza erected and all modern centuries Bt. Mcbolas failed .
> scheme 1s suited perfectly to thoM" and has about three hold about a dozen people at once. The
conveniences Installed", households on the evening
who have not yet progressed beyond to visit bath Is filled with sea water raisen-
Un- been completely refurnished. Aoeomoodatlons ItICUa'IIUN SUCCUD of I>ec. 0 to leave presents for gout''
such magazines.
of tbelr
t the rending gets can enjoy swim without fear
of the best SPECIAL OPPER It should be
these amateur' are : children. By the way,
a fortunately, however seldom i The TltutvlJleUvery] Stable has afin. .... .. 5.04 w.. ...._ A trial pointed out that Nicholas was noted of sharks t ,,
horticultural periodicals very ,..ou ,-.
warn their credulous readers that the lot of (torse* and rig, and pays PrIze (ollrct{;;;: yarlwthstor even lu Infancy as a particularly good Tiny Aeroplanes se Christmas Toys.

and special attention to tile tourist and the IadMA t mi it..rt.. and pious child. Therefore his visits\
Idea" of no commercial value so J. =:=- :- :zao.I Children's toys for next Christmas
.'THAOK, : MARKS from year to year along with a small .port lJ\l..i. I IIi/AaA.TItF./ ": .... ru..Jto are not made to bad children-only to will Include tiny "aeroplanes". which

COPYRIGHTS DCSIONS: Ao.r crop of strawberries there flourishes a The TlMnvllle Graded High School' Write to*lyt Mention this P_ .,. those whose parents can vouch for will rIMe for a brief moment and, alas.

.rnne.enAln 1 ,wrnamn a.kNrh .' de.erlMNam whetA.ra scar large crop of needless disappointment feat aa efficient corps of teachers all their good behavior during the previousyear. also fall, just like tbe aerial machine

""' .'n mr.Ixnum.....,mnM1t rN --- of whom hold Srst-grade acbere certificates SEND 10 CENTSI I with which Inventor are';

f} iJ ryr tRO oomRlun-: : : ot Counterfeiting.Passing : anl1al a school term of to__- .......e4 u"w.....vd.akte In Austria Holland and Poland 8L conquer the air. .
: MeatlmFal.aia.
' Guilty
aa.rka sre Lakettkn..cbD.aans.I.".. Ala; PMI"e I eight north. Here the childrea are -e-:1: :::= : Nicholas eve Is still observed Good
i wit .
tout la tkecientific counterfeit money Is DO worse. ? k loll ,wily left In
children '
chen Instruction and prepared for college Dlv1rc get presents Matehee of Qr.... f'
?t. than subatltutlng\ some unknown worth' dgdbw. y m.' their shoes placed upon the hearthstone j
" ... 1 less remedy for role,'. Honey and Tar, I courses under good sooral coodldona or In their stockings At Sholnpur. British India a factory w
.._ for the
"elymB lfw purpose
"" 1rIy. Iff** ""
f.!wn, *.' any WMntula. '1'_.. M e the great cough and cold remedy that I and association. from the manteL When te successfully. ; making matches with !
10.\ bong
\ .. cures the most obstinate coughs and ; Tbe Palmbnrst Is another hotel opened ticks of a peculiarly stiff form of naive
New York settled by Hollanders
wsaiBcaastt* teals the luo l. Hold by TltusviUePharmacy. 1
In Tltnsvllla. It Is nicely located near Ul.c1tT""t.Rut{ eJl.broullJt oer.g .,'.' .t


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1 ,",1 I}I yi TrruavoLK. DECEMBER 25 I 8.
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( President F. 8. BATTLE -
books and the following names were *
r EAST COAST ADVOCATE.' CHRISTMAS. COUNTY'COMMISSIONERS.-- stricken (See page 6)) R. W. HAIT.K, Assistant Cashier.

1 The Board adjourned until 8:00 a. m.

\\ 1\\, ........, lOtJlI..1. "..O.D W'O !.. DavzoxalrT Friday, Dember 25tb Is Christmas [continued from page 8 ] December 8'h, 1008. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

i o. TYa a"DU. an... ..... Day, and we heartily wish all In the case of Stat Florida vs Hep- Tbe on Board this 8th of day County of Deo.Commissionersmet 11)08\ at 8:30

(, ; WOBTB AMI' SISOAVIIB .."'110I'I0.'. our readers a Merry Christmas anda tune Nexaoroe, amounting to 1820.10, a. m. Prescott R A Conkllog. ebalr-

: Happy New Year.It and the same was" approved. maD} J M Oiban.J. R. Mlot, T. A. Rob COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
It: 4 r I'OBLIliriJo:" '.. VhMfBIDAT.. The Cletk of Circuit Court presented A. Stewart Authorized r-
is about nineteen centuries inson, T. J Tooksbutt, A. capital $1 COeo
! If' his rolls for witnesses paid at Fall
since" tbe of "Peace Earth pat Clerk and J. P. Brown Sheriff.It Paid up capital $25'oi
song on term of ClicultCourt, 11)08) for witnessesnot ant carried -
'. .f intend at the Fotoflc at Tttnivllle. Florid, was' moved seconded
will toward awakenedthe of court In Average deposits
," eoond< lus matter. good men, paid at the Spring term that tbe Board appropriate $ OO.OO to $200,00
t.p M world to tbe dawn of a new dy. he case of Ptate of Florida": vs. Neptune defray tbe expenses of Brevard county
'J I'' that when .III'.omll' amounting to f 1000, and the exhibit Jacksonville tbe Flori '
Since during
0....... B. WAI/TOB Editor A Proprietor. early morning same wets, apt r ved. da Transacts a General Bankii

Member of tb. Florid Frets AMoolitlon.HA Christ was born in Bethlehem, the 'Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Ourt pie Expoal.loo.FatrOu motion the printing of tbe ballots I

"M song of peace and good will has seated his pay rolls for witnessed paid at for Local Option election Is given to tbe Easiness, Its

1, r WILSOH,...... Bupt.Composing RoomsResdmg echoed and re-echoed around the the Fall, term of Circuit Court, 1008. ADVOCATE '001
i world. It has been tbe keynote of amounting to 42.70, and the same were On motion tbe following voucherswere 1 yab' wgest and Oldest Bank on the Rlrer

notices In'.locU eolaoin, font page human progress, intellectual development approved until! Dec. approved and warrants ordered to 1
irjj The Board adjourned 8tb, be drawn for the same.. 01 this 8tb day Exchange bought; aud sold on all Foreln(
10 cent a line. moral advancement and 1008, at 8 80 o'clock a. m. of December A. D 1008.GENERAL .Countries.. lbel
Bates for display advertising uia Deo 1008 at 8:30: o'o'ock a present: FUND' Patronageappreclated.- Prompt ,., i I
creeds have clashed and na ; Eire. $172 00 treatment,and every favor comliumt wlirOOIt1lE8PONDENTS
r All advertising bills beooma due after Brat R. A. Conk chairman J M. Osban Clerks and Inspectors Gen ,
; earvative
I appearance of advertlMment, unless otherwise lions have warred against each J. R. Mlot, T. A. Robinson T. J, Cock- Deputy Sheriffs General Election 7 RO granted Filllog
Itlpulated In contract partial pot known tone other but tbe of has R. A.Conktlnff Co Com, mileage 10 80 t
song peace shun, A. A. S'ewartclerk; J.P. Brown Empire Trust 42 .
will be required to pay for advertising In ad"> preveiled, and good will has so sheriff T A Robinson Co. Com, mileage, 11 onT New Comijan!: : N. Y.Bros I*,,, III
8 80
J Cockshutt The Atlanta National
{ vanoe.OlteontlnuanM. The Treasurer's receivedand Hank of Jack on llli
was '
report t'iI""JO'c.
of advts. must be made personally grown among men that peace is tbe checked end Messrs. J, M. Onbnn J M Cuban. Co Com . 8 00 : jMksonvllle; Fla .

1r) at this' offloe or by writing. rule and war the exception. The and T. .1, Coekubntt up were appointed a A V Stewart, Account . 30 00 r USVILI..E9 FLA..

differences among men, tbe divisions committee to destroy the paid warrants J P Brown, Walling Board 0 00
A A Mtewar' Minute for pub A 00
The EAST COAST ADVOCATE le ,I.IiO per an- created by creeds" are year. turned over by the Treasurerwith W Norwood Supervisor of Beg

'. i' DOm|sin months TBcU. To Foreign Countries ly growing smaller, and tbe worldIs his report. They reported that and waiting on Board, .' 27 00 r.IDrda
had their
they performed duty were
( (1.00 per annum. Babtorlptloni Invariably Inadvance. the' . A 00
we hope, moving toward day discharged. The Treasurer bad a oar J P-Brown. Janitor! TEEESFrom )
I when universal peace and brother. tl float. attached to his report show. J P Brown care O II &0.. . #0 00 Ifr 1ty'
his called for Tltnavllle Eleo Lt Co Its C II Act 11 00
hood will prevail and rule. Ing that the amount report
spin writing to tbe ADVOOATB for Inform the Indian River R J Dunnam Supt of on hme Ao 47 30
was on deposit In
; 9{ tlon of any kind the writer will oblige by en Shall; we nut, as a nation blessed State Bank to his credltas County Treas E W Dunn airy cook GO home 10 00 are giving greatest satisfaction to fID
our bUD
toeing a sUraped-addresMd envelope. with peace, bear the message of Jn. '(us Kline mdae 00 home . 405 Ocklawata Nurseries lbe'lit
h good will through all tbe earth urer.Pension claim of A. A. Stewart was W S Brannlne. mde for jail, 4 50 dreda of customers In Florida. They alwi ,

CbokaPo.kmoeOrden. ,Kto..abould be made .Shall we not assure to our dew approved.It E M Stokes, ferryman . . 5 00 grow, and they always bear fruit true to name of variety.
A possessions . B 00 10''
A A Stewart, mln for pub. .
payable t.o H. WALTOK, proprietor. I Will moved, seconded and carried
the same religious and that the Board purchase 100 copies of John Henry, searches del Taxes. 9 60 in planting now, think of the futon
satisfaction thIS P.
civil liberties which make and sending grovesOF
E W cards
us rejoicetod.y' the Game and Fish" laws from the E. O. Hall postal TIlE : TOUR
Address all oommnntoatlone to As tbe of out notices. . .. 5.100 INVESTMES 111 t
we sing song Painter Printing Co. and the clerk of
1 Court H. 12 10 depends on tbe trees you plant. MAKE NO MISTAKE, but ,
EAST COAST .ADVOCATE peace and enjoy'the fruits of vie this Coard Is Instructed to order them. C A Gardner mdse for I come to >allhe.

I FIYI TILL.. rLOaU tory, let us speed these blessings to tens Petition of Eau of Gallle Wm. praying R. Rorsch that et a al.public Cltl B R R A Wilson Cookllng C'nnv, Cav Flee vote returns.Geol Kl. 11 4 00 00 Headquarters for Reliable Trees: Trees. guaranteed to arrive adon't d... ., .

our brother-men. road be granted as fallows I From a W S Norwood Canv A making tlnalloa In Jood order. If th" slW

' WEATHER REPORT point One half mile west of Eau Gallle to Itstof I inspectors. . . O'00 we replace:them. NO WHITE FLY.
1 E B Arnold rent room Gen Et. 1 00 Dgtla
near the middle of Section 1? Tp 27 S.R. .
THE who this 80 K and road along the J N Waller loo for Circuit Crt .J 80 -
J man penned cur. a public ADDRESS
"By :Max L. von Koppelow, observer for ritnsvllle Pharmacy med for glv,
north side of the Eau Gallie LakeWashington 0
1t the Uotlted State Weather Bureau. rent piece of history knows what Canal Intersecting with the above PiUlonera, . . . 3 fit\) W CONNER, Prop'r.TANGERINE ,
be is talking about. An exchange
Jaa Pilrchsrd\ A Son roaefojal90 J
+ Titusville, Florida. road In the moat practicable way near
says, truthfully : "After a great the middle of Section 13 Tp n 8. R. 80 Wilson A; roomer Fertilizer Co FLORIDA. L. b!
fertilizer for rn Home . 31: 25 ..wkfhoi
deal of study and worry we have E and that said road go went to the went
line of Lieo 2i 1' 27 8. R. 8(1( K: was re- Titusville Pharmacy, med for 10m..t. )
Tempratuni at last'fggered' out why so many received and J. R.p Matters Albert, Math. Co Home . . . UI/\/\
-1. country editors get rich. Here Is era and Wm. R. Koesch were appointeda \ (:T A Gardner, mdsa for Co Horn. 6 MOW lerwoca.

7 ,.Charr 01 the secret of their success. A child committee to mark view and layout E O'.ldtmitli, Oics Co Home CU 30 --

a I i y i'i'R 1 D.y I Is born In the neighborhood ; the tbe same and that said committee make Tltusvtlle Lumber Co, lumber Co DENTISTRYReliable e
thereof the Board of Home. . . . 1 81)) quMter
to Countyoomotiselonere
: tbe report
oil. .. attending physician gets $10, J P Brown,'l'raDltferlnjt prisoner!' 17 <>0 .
their (list
at meeting on .
editor gives loud-lunged J 17 60
youngster Mondav In January 1000\ P Brown, :ICr
l7 w h3 UO lair and the 'happy parents' a sendoff Petition of Wm.R. Roesch et hi citizens J C Gibert, Bailiff at. Cc Ct. 20 00 7 1 1I

18 I 80 .61S 00 and gets $0. It grows up and requesting the use of two pair of the G R Johnson, ". 211 00 Dentistry at educed Prices I .
J N Waller Team hire for G. J. 2 00
19 82 MOO" marries' the editor publishes an. County mules tn work on a Canal or inlet
t J P Drown, summoning witness 1(1( 40 '
. 21 20 80 10 GO 6U 00 00 part dowdy cloudy other longwinded, flowery article Ocean from was tbe ocean received to Banana sod on River motion at .. P Bron waiting on CtCt 8 OIl) KXIUACTIONS ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS.Full (peU

1l 21 83 02 00 .. and tells a dozen lies about the the request was granted. Mrs Kate My era, b.ardofJnr,. 108 00 Set '( fell . . . . . . . . ..3 00 and up dayHed
; 23 60 44 00 beautiful and accomplished bride.' Petition of F. M. Porrest et al citizens: Banner Drug Store Pap for Ct Ct 2 00 Oold Crowns, Bridgework . . . . . . . 5 (K)
p@ Tbe minister and of Malabar praying that the road In A A Stewart, report of Tax Rdp 220 Porcelain or Pivot Teeth . . . . . . 5 (00)(
gets $5 a pjeceof Malabar running from the River to West Root Coast Advocate, Paper to Gold or Inlay Filling . . . . . . . . 2111) ,
YULE-TIDE. cake, and the editor gets $00. end Cemetery lot to be put In good condition Copy minutes on . . . 3 25/\ Silver: or Cement . . . . . . .,. I 00
In the course of time It dies and by being shelled, sod on motion John Henry Abstract &0 . 25 GOP liveand

tbe doctor gets from $5 to two, the the same Is referred to the County Commissioner J Hall brick and lumber for Dcntos Now Located At Titusville
tVV The Yuletide la flowing In and all the minister perhaps gets another five, of that district for action. .),illor. House . . .. 800 00 lire erne.
P J Hill of Jal contract 00
ships that roam, I Report of R A. Cookllog reportingthat account 600 WILL bTOP AT ROCKLEDOE NEXr. bat
helms lee and set tbe undertaker gets from $50 to : A A Stewart, making Cert Copy
; Turn their swinging to he bad collected! and paid over to
their calla for home. $10', the editor publishes notice of the County Treasurer $94 70 for the i.f grand Jury Presentment. 1 60 T-vven'ty Years mzpor.:1en.oo.'VV.A.XT : : "ea'roul!

The Yuletide winds are blowing from I the death and an obituary two hire of County mules, Road district No. : A A /Stewart:' Reo warrants to Elrlood.
V5 the East and from the West Treasurer's attached Tax Collector . . . 5 00
t t, 8. receipt was DF'OIl. THE ZDESTNTTOS
1 And every ship Is sailing, \ to the port It columns long, lodge and society showing' that ha bad paid said amount I Road Fund . . . . . 170 Oo .
lovea tbe best.. resolutions, and. gets $000. No to the Couty Treasurer.. Spec: Road Fund DI. No 1 . 137 00 AND lIAVi YOUR AVOIIK DONE AT HALF I'HICE be v
wonder so many country editors Bond of Phil W. Roberts fat Conn. 2, . 174 33: mon
Yonder round tbe Christmas bills In valleys get rich.. ble was approved. .1 .. .. .. y: . 81 80 P110
= '5.. :i. . 181 02
white with :
snow. The Bonds for *
following carrying repealing G-x of
: : uatxd Tiocs.
.. Orange
"1 II a ,
The Yule loge will be blazing on tbe rifles were approved and 4. . 10 00(
n permits .. r' 6. . 130 C2 1ST
beartha of
i long ago; The British with Issued
Yonder, In the country lanes, and mid new torpedo, W P Glover tOte No. 34070 GAme Warden Fund . . 35 (00 We have over.. 200,000 of tbe BEST QUALITY that ,can be produced will>
Winchester ,
1 the cities' din, 19f Ibs. of guncotton and a rangeof Cal. 33 Finn and forfeiture Fund. . 310 70 skilled labor, and our experience of over 20 years.We .

The holly wreaths are waiting for the four miles, establishes one thing D L Conrad .. The Board adjourned to meet on the bud principally on SOUR ORANGE STOCK: but can supply Grapefruit

i f j i, Ylll -tlde flowing In. beyond a question. It compels the Cal 44. 15th day of Deo. IOCS at 2 p ro. and some Oranges on other stocks. Ea

and warships to fight at a longer range ... M. Graham 114 IS, FOIL TIIK nnNISFIT OF OUK CUSTOMERS ALOXii Till 'lallolid t
Thers'atides that to East West
-five or six miles, at least-and Cat. 8V INDIAN ItlVICJC, we have established a BRANCH NURSERY NEAR FOB!
and bear the
ships away, Chas. R. Tarter" 104177, SEEDSFr Pierce, where we have 3 .OOO choice Grapefruit and Orange trees, budded on Son ,
and the the the
To of of
the gray cliff Dover only largest new shipscan Stock-op. and o. 1
Cal. 2V33. two year buds In One condition for planting.
ly, North dream and of far Cathay the tides; flow ''do this. Tbe life and ship R M Packard. Marlin 847410, .h, Rtlltble,Pure REM EM DER-tbat In buying trees here, You TARS NO' RISK OF DII15GIJIWHITE "Bedoth
South ,
destroying inventions Increase with Cal.. 80 :HOT ate usranlotf to fuels FLY INTO YOUR OBOVK. '

But where'er tbe Yule-tide the sea that gulls bears call them, home tremendous speed and each one 'A Carltle Winchester 14)003, I I PUntorihonldlMttb Every O.rdener and* Send for new descriptive. catalogue, with prices, and information lVer"

Is still best of a.11. helps render a large of exist Cal. 118. untrfcit m rltiof Our luc(
part F C Slade I II. 10071 SorUiernGrown SHdi.SPCCUL Grily"LZ'r4. PomoIll. Nurrcr'ict'.

God speed ye, merry gentlemen, Godspeed ing navies useless. The cheerful Cal. 351 orrm Wholesale and Retail, 80. Office, MIAMI\ F1.A.ENOINBS IlllDimtl
ye ladles fair, side of It Is that at the present rate The following Bonds for carrying pistols FOR 1O CENTSwe ,
Where soft the lights nf welcome glow there will be shortly so many were approved and permits Issued. r will Mod postpaid our K: .

and wait to meet YOU there. powerful engines of war availableaS C S Powers, Smith its Wesson No. 18772, e*n.T FAMOUS Tm .. COLLECTIONkf. WM imli
1 ', Bright be tLe holly wreaths entwined, Cal. Si 1 ,k>. Prl...M 1UJI* !...
to make between nations yip S.H.Un>l. <'.. Ian
fighting a i i
M B Platt 20312, } 7.'I, ;
In and warm the Christmas fire. rk> H.rif. Amw.o ki 4
+ When homeward flow the tides of Yule, mean annihilation or ruin. Cal. 8J.Kobt IDtoYI
to ports o' Heart's Desire. R Ormond" 10.I5J7: p,2s a; CAB
Cal. 38 Writ toast awe It rail w klp .nPr M. Mpwkluc
,( -Jobn MoOroarty, W P Glover /II'J.I3l.Cal( : ,."... ...>..h n4 our n"o.h..ho.Mow: .nd< ",_. '''F.ocx.'1.. n..ColbcUon<<.. UuldfcOHKAT ,< ," to- KIED IN STOCK
What The Kidneys Do. 82. NOUTlltKN, IIta..1) ('O.12SS .
II nose BU llockfurd. Illinois
1 Hub William 3270: saintHer
"ON to Key Weil" Is the cry. Cat. 88. f

Hurrah for Mr. Henry M. Flagler. Their Unceasing Work Keeps Us The Board revised the registration Send the ADVOCATE your Job Printing .
rand 'rite
y for
Long may .be live. Write
Strong and Healthy.
atl< -I

1 Christmas Box Of Home Cured Meats. Infoni\ cam

e The people of Ilrevard county All tbe blood: In the body pauses 7II

to be congratulated-only 1 In through the kidneys onoe every three
c &
minutes. Tbe kidneys filler the blood. Thor Mind of ScfU-jaetKO Mo: thor TTsodto (
I + 5 tbe ...
every persons want open bet,
work and
They night day. When ; :Ma1: .0.
1 loon. healthy 1 they remove about 500 grains of AGEIB ley f
Impure matter dally, when unhealthysome EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO., m p,

pare of this Impure matter Is left DDFtai.
l t THE Washington Post says that In the blnod. This brines on many diseases =lets G-alllo: F10rlda.: <

a good motto is : "Attend to your. aud syrotoms-pain tn the-back, ,_ __-._-- ----- WAIWL
own business, and let others attend headache, nervousness- hot dry skin, OUR.OHLYIUCE Of' "BUINE
rheumatism gout, gravel', disorders nf WHERE we HA KCat,
l to theirs/ the eyesight and hearing:, dltzlnem Irregular is III ATLANTA Kd
-. -. .. heart, debility, drowsiness, drop- BEEN ESTABLISHED' FOR01E. WNEiI curtsea

r TiTU8Vi.LE wears Rn air of pros ay, deposits In the urine, etc. Hut If A QUARTER OFA'CENTUR'ANDWE COMPLETE
keep the filters right will haveno CARRY AIARGE AND
you you all I
perlty, the opening of Hotel Dixie trouble with your kidneys ENGINE&101' LEA. Ualion
adding much towards making the John M. McCrorey, lltlng on Main 8t., STOCK OF
town lively. With two good hotels Titusville, Fla., says : "My baok was liar b .u W'IillJ p List YaB' "sAW M\LLS\ AuWooDWoRflt
.e. 01 e
and a few good boarding houses in v.rylame lifted anything and sore I and found when It I stoopedor dIM MACHIHMX CHAIMTMTIC8HE11S: (, AUU KINDS OF 8AV very '
town, tourists will find Titusville a cult to regain an errect position. I SUPPLIES.: OUR MANY THOUSANDS OF TERFECTI.Y SAT'5..fvvHicCUSTOMERS ) '

nice place to sojourn for a while; could not assume a position at night CAM TESTIFY TO THE MERITS OF OUR c..ootSON', '

,4 _. -_-.-_- _-_ _-._. that was comfortable and I felt miserable ARE UNSURPASSED, FOR QUALITY AWl QUANTITY F W AND TERM| 0't:
# TLa kidney secretions did not sot In

THE most interesting feature of their normal manner and gave me much MA L5 BY COrOBsT/T&C:;:

South Africa industries since the annoyance. Klo-Oly Doan'sKldnny Pills I

British-Boer war ,the Wash came to my attention, 'and I began taking --
say --- Dentvs
them according to directions. They
ington authorities, has been the proved to be just what I required, soon Jtins

continual Increase In agricultural eradicated the backache and banishedthe I LUMBER LATH SHINGLESI .

1 V pursuits, according to a' report lameness aDd soreness Tbe action \ ,
from the American Consul Edwin of the kidney secretions was also corrected THIS BOX OF HOME CURED MEAT SUGAR-CURED, pure ROOFING. .,
and I feel better In every way.I pork Sausage and pure Lard delivered to any point on the Florida ;BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, RUBBZROID:
S. Cunningham, of Durham. lie alnoerely recommend Doan's Kidney But Coast Railway, North of Daytona for S&4L>.OOl South Write for Delivered Prices.

reports that in British Natal the Pills to any person In need of a reliable of Daytona and West Coast points, $4.O O* The box contains Norman :. Uf
a acreage under cultivation ban Increased kidney remedy." 16 pounds of Ham and Breakfast Bacon ; A pound bucket of S. Da-yton.::

m9re than one-third during For sale by all dealers. Price CO cents.FoeterMllburn Lard ana 212 pound. Pork Sausage, or you may make up box to DAYTONA, FLORIDA. 880rthe
Co., Buffalo New York, suit yourself at tbe following prices: Ham and Bacon 18c; Lard V
the past four years ; while pro sole agents for the United States. 12o, In ft and 10-pound bucket.; Sausage: 20o. Value of Order

duction, owing to the introduction Remember the name-Doan's-and mutt come to .....00 to get delivery free . . tusviiie' th'-'S o rw
of more modern method., has take no other set

shown a much greater percentage HEA1IT BY P. O. ORDER TO J. D'. ENNIS Prop. >. ate

' J of inoiease This does not look as a.. -_ _>___ ____a
JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at FLORIDA VEGETABLE COMPANY. OD ,dtnotice. or P
t if the. Boers were leaving tbe coun All kinds of w& made to order. of all Mods lon! of _
this .office, at reasonable rates. Glvfus time made rush .
try since tbe war with England. I :EJA.STXN'GS. rr.or-tIxA, : : Now la the to get your wagons before tbe 1
share of
a your work. comes in Insures
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I COAST NEWS. 'On to Key West" Is tbe $
motto of the 8Elixir9fSennl
Florida East Coast Railway. The return yrupi"
******************** of President Henry 11. Flagler, THE TITIISVILLE[[ PHARMACY

Vioe-Pre ident and General Manager J,

jlewsv Notes Contributed bv Our Regular R. Parrott, General Superintendent R.

T. Goff, and other officials and and
Corps of East Coast Correspondents. Mr. ;
Mrs. Flagler's private party, aroused Cleanses thotemlttect- IS OFFERING MANYBARGAIN'S .

.- .-.-.-.-._....._.-.-.-.-....N1111 N1N NNN N1NN1Rockledge considerable Interest In railway circles ll! .IV t

The party went by rail to Knights Key, aches true to (Constipation; '
send all communications embarking at that port, on the steamer : :
IT Item please for publication to "Editor, Columbia, for the trip to Key West It Acts naturally!]! acts;: truly, asa

Tltuulll", Fla." Is understood that Mr. Flagler was delighted Laxative.JJestfprMenATOmpn. u
'OCATE The New Rockledge hotel opened on with the progress made, and the Cmlaungaml

P- \?. cannot guarantee to publish Thursday. condition of the roadbed from Homestead ana IN PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, DAINTY BITS OF CHINA AND
do not reach this office before Miss Mamie Hsrdee Is with her parents to Knights Key dock: He at once t't'n-

III?on that Thursdays. days Mr and Mrs A. W. Uardee, for the holi decided to complete tbe extension to t oe t its 'en' f fic Effects\ JAPANESE WARE, STATIONERY NOVELTIES, ETC., .1

Key West. Oiders to this effect have Alwavs the liemune unicn ", .
Mr. R. L. Griffith, one of our most expert been given to Mr. Pairott and DUV, SUITABLE FOIEChIistmas -
correspondent oblige' u. by just as "
Will winter fi.thimen, has arrived from has me f jll name oJ the Com- I
log the names of people and places Providence, K. I, soon as possible a force of men sufficiently ;
possible f large to carry on these. tremendousand
lately ai Senator Allds, of Norwich N.
Y., vie
expensive operations! will be raCALIFORNIA
ited his put to GiftsMANY
friends Mr and Mrs D. 1".
Ueorgiana. Holmes, last week, work The distance from Knights Keyto j

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Blakeslee and Key West Is more than forty mites, 'lffG-+ \Srnup Co.

daughter, Pboobe. arrived but there are no difficulties In construction ;
at their winter by whom it is printed en the OF THESE ARK BEING SOLD
r, and Mn. J. II White came over home last week. work that have not already been front 'Jnufocturpd. :'

rdnj to attend quarterly meeting, Mrs E.' M. Breese spent a few days met and overcome In that portion of the SOLD WALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. :

Mr White cast his vote for a "Dry last week with her daughter, Mrs C. D. extension already completed. The longest one size only, regular price SOfpw-bottle. ,

Btj," on Tuesday I Provost, at Georgians open space is between Knights Key l AT AND BELOW COST. "

J. W Weatcott and family, of Detroit and Bahia Honda, where there will be at BREVARD WILL EXHIBIT ": ",1;
r,and Mrs. Peace and family moved Mich., are located In one of AI,.. Chat- least three miles of concrete work with .; P'

the Trafford cottage last Thursday field's cottages for the winter long reaches. of fill. Editor Eatt Coast' A J"'tCal t '?" -
nice people and we extend to It .'
are Master Don Smith, of Montclalr, N. An Important change has been decidedon My Dear Sir-I have received copy # ,.\ .:J
cordial welcome J. Is
spending: the holidays with his ,
In the form of concrete work. The of the AUVOCATB, In which you announce I *'
mother and sister
Peek brought the Misses lies, on Barton avenue huge arches of the Long Key viaduct that Brevard county Is going to TOYS AND CANDY' \ ,,

utlj from Tenn., over from 'Cocoa to L.his D. Wlnn fine after spending two weekson will give place In the Babla Honda channel make an exhibit at the Florida Eposl <;: I
orange here returnedto .
grove \
on their old friend, !IIr, and Mrs I I his home In Thomasvllle, Ga., on to very substantial and solid con lion-Fair at Jacksonville" 'For the Children Package Candy for Your Best Girl.;'l't: .w I,

her one day last week. Saturday, i orete piers upon "which will rest the Hurrah 1 for Brevard. Her people are ,I !

1st Winifred Dixon was fortunate I Iag In ElwIn Bellows and family, of Frank.' I superstructure. This method of construction never behind and lam glad to see theyare "; t

the number that drew the nlcHome" fort, Mich., came In on Wednesday'strain will expedite completion of Dot backward In corning forward to i
head and will occupy their new homeon the work, and will also be quite as substantial get the benefit of an exhibit on this ooeastern.
drop sewing ma- Barton ave. rill OF TOBACCO, CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND SMOKING
egiven by Ronald and Flake las and satisfactory as the concrete I know that Brevaid's exhibit A -lUL I LINE ACCKSSORIKis,
Geo. N. Matthews and daughter Miss arch work. will be a creditable one, and we certainlywill .

i Gladys, of Nile, Mich, arrived on Monday Of course, It Is too early to make any give you a desirable plaoe to ex.
IL. been and Mr. M. (will have a residence
Bruner has over for near erected on his lot. estimate as to how long this remaining hlblt the same, and I hope that you will I

*eek with his brother J.V.. Bru Miss Battle portion will take for completion; railroad make this Just what you can make It- _,___.. _____ .u _. __. .. _._ .. .. _ .. .._. .. ._
who la still a very sick man. A. L. 0 Is visiting her Battenfleld brother,,L.of W.Delaware; Batten. officials are not worrying about that I and that Is among tho grandest. '

ier went over home to Cocoa Tues field, and family. Miss Hattie I Is a trained feature, but they will" do their utmost to We have assurances bat we are going

locust his vote for a dry county nurse of very high standing hurry the construction work: In order to to have some prominent people with as Percy G. Walton

le quarterly Meeting Sunday was M. C. Salmon has taken the agency reach the southern terminus as soon as this winter, and I think I am safe In saying ,

[attended The Mystic brought up for the Barber-Trunk Nursery Co and possible. At tbe present time about one that the President.Elect will payus I

ecrowdfrom Melb'>urne and Eau Is furnishing the people with a fine assort thousand men are at work on the Keys, a visit besides other prominent dlgnl-
ment of citrus
trees, pencil trees
They bad a picnic dinner and a loses and plants.Mr. but this force will be Increased to Iwo lades of our government.We : Tit.ov-i11o. :s1C\ :t

|d sermon soon after. Then the SenaoA after having his new ,thousand five hundred when the final have Information that our representative .i

people all went home well, bungalow put In shape, and his groundsset operations begin. In the East Is booking some of I
d with the blessings and pleasure out with a fine assortment of plants The definite announcement that the the finest attractions that have ever FIRE ANDX TORNADO :
cday. ban. returned to his former home, antiwill extension Is to be carried through to come South Wa will not bave so many INSURANCE. .J

bring his family here on Jan. 1st. Key West will be heralded with crest upon the Mid-way, but I'assure you \

Medicine Mr. and Mrs D. P. Holmes Mr. and delight, not alone by the people of Florida i that they will be of this best. .

that in Medicine. Mr. and Mrs A. L. Averill and Senator but by tbe whole country. This In the main building tbe exhibits will RELIABLE COMPANIES PROMPT PAYMENT OF LOSSES.:
Allds last week tbe 'i.
have suffered deal spent : on Banana
good with
a ma-
piece of railway has come to be be from some of the moot. populous and '
lam! stomach complaints, I Lave river, hunting and flsblng. They had a recog'Dlzed LOWEST RATES ACCIDENT POLICIES ISSUED: "'.
remedy that keeps me well and lovely time, the weather being perfect, at no ordinary transportation moat thrifty agricultural and horticultural 'anrorro
braedy Is Electric Bitters: a med with plenty of game and fish route. The eyes of the nation are upon counties the state We will also }
: ] uo4.rr :JN Un.A.NO.E:
Itbatls medicine for stomach said Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Williams, of Rose- the undertaking, and It will be a source have a larg number of manufacturing

Troubles!"'says W, and C for run down condl land, N. J., arrived at their lovely homeon of great satisfaction to the country at Interests the main building MARINE AND FIRE. RATES ON APPLICATION 1
Klpstler. of Halllday Oik wood avenue, Friday last. They to know that Mr. Intendsto of and %
I Electric Bitters purify and enrich large Flagler Assuring you appreciation, I'
were accompanied by their cousins, Mr
nod, tone up the nerves, and Iru and Mrs. A. P. Williams and. Mrs. J. W. carry to a successful Issue one cif the hoping that Brevaid' county will be a :
Ibe vigor and energy to the weak Duncan, of New York. most wonderful" operations of modern winner of many laurels, I have the hon Your Business Respectfully Solicited ,
I money will be refunded If It fail St. Record to be Mr. Walton '
times.- Augustine or ,
ll'jou I 50o at 'lltusvllle Pharm- Commodore F. J. Simmons of Detroit, !
Indian River State Bank Tltusvllle Fla
Yours truly, Referencet ,
Mich., one of the bent fishermen on the very t

river, spent a day or so at Oak cottage Marked For Deutli. W, II. SKURI.VO: .__ u__ ..___ ._ .. ____.. ._ ('(
[ISTMAS Mr. Simmons Joined his wife at Melbourne \ .
J hree years ago I was for
where they will spend Christ .
inas. Then they will return to Hock- death. A graveyard cough was tearingmy '
ledge, and spend the winter at the New lungs to pieces. Doctors failed to This is Worth Heading The Winter Haven Nurseries
and bad fled when
t Eat 1 Court Aivocateil Rockledge.A help me Dr.hope King's New, my" Leo. F. ZellnsM, of 08 Gibson S,., ,
got Discovert' Buffalo, N. Y., says:: "I cured the most ?.
Mrs A C Williams I of .
|l lal l fares, account of the Christ Painferlous OperationIs says"Tbe first dote helped me and Improvement annoying cold sore I ever had, withBucklin'a \.. ivr. I'CLL7MM.' : : : : X Pxox>xiotox, '
lolldays Arl"na Halve. I
will be In effect
commence the removal of tbe appendix by a surgeon. kept on until I gained; 68
this salve once a day for two days, when
K lath, 1908, and tickets maybe No one who takes Dr. King's pounds In weight" and ny health was every trace of the sore was gone." Heals Established t 1884, Winter Haven Florida. {
lined restoied. medicine holds theworld's I
at coupon ticket offices to I New Life Pills Is ever subjected to this fully all sores. Sold under guarantee at '1'1. ,
|ota smith of the Ohio and Poto- frightful ordeal They work so quietlyyou healing record for coughs and tusvllle Pharmacy.
ivers and don't feel them. They cure CODmmpllon oolds and luug and throat diseases It -_..._..__.
east of the Mississippi headache, biliousness and malaria prevents pneumonia. Sold under guarantee DraDrayingorhauliagol 11 It, Wholesale Growers of Citrus Trees of tbs Best Commercial Varieties ]
Including Washington Tltusvllltt &0o and
D. C., 25oat'litusvlllePbarmacyoj at Pharmacy.
I Illinois, Evansvllle, Indiana, and $1.00. Trial bottle fr",. alll lode promptly We guarantee our extensive stock to be well grown, free of Insects r

luatl, Ohio, on December 1*, 10, B2 --If ;you do not read every page attended to. Itfwets all train, Stove and true to name.

| #: 30, 31, 11/08, and Jannrary ,1, of this paper you are liable to miss Notice to Teacher' wood for sale at all times t

ironed to leave destination not some of the moat Interesting local items, H. E. HOITBN 'Tl'uiivllle.

pan midnight of January C, 1900. which are Mattered on every page. I Office of Superintendent Public ) SILVER CLUSTER GRAPEFRUIT OUR LEADING SPECIALTY.Prices .

J Information may _be obtained Instruction, Tltusrllle, Fla. > and .
|"y agent of the Florida East Coast Dtcember 8, l'KH.: ) Right Grading and Packing Perfect. it
Tours truly, List of Names Stricken from the The following Is a list of Text-books All kinds of draylng and hauling

I J. D. RAUNEB Registration Hooks. to be used as the bants of the June examluatlon promptly attended to1, and Satisfaction Write for Catalogue

Instant General Passenger, Agent 1900: guaranteed Move wood of all kinds for .. ..- .. .- --- -.. .. '-'- --,.......-
List of names stricken from the Registration ORTHOGRAPHY-Keed's Word Lessons .. sale JoaM KITTLVH, tltusville.

How's Thin ? Books by order of the Board of ((23c; ), Maynard, Merrill A Co., ---- -- East Coast Lumber & Supply Co. ( HS
Bounty Commissioners of Brevard coun New York. I Notice to Set Aside a Mortgage
One Hundred Dollars Reward ty, 'Florida, at their meeting held on. COMPOSITION'-Ele-nent. of English

cane of Catarrh that cannot be Jocembcr 8tb, 1008 Composition by Gardiner, Klttrldgs THE rmruiT Cat RT or THE KK.VKNTIIJixllolal Dealers In- S

>J Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Precinct NO.' 2.Doo &: Arnold (fl 1)), Gina & Co., Atlanta: IN v.rdmwsty Circuit, la Chancery.Wllllamlrrltcbett rl.wdca. and for Bre- r
Co Co Toledo, O. Abraws. READING-Any standard author will : and Henry K.lrlt "
'he undersigned, have known F. U. G. Howard. 'hett. trailing LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
answer tbe
Clarence Moore. u ,, ,
for .
Icy the last 15 years, and be. J. R Stanley, A ARITHMETIC Ilne's Standard (SIc), Company vn. "j

'"> Perfectly honorable la all bUll- Precinct No. C.Dan American Book Co., Atlanta. A. A. Platt tradings* the Titus I SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, PAINTS, IV FACT.JEVERYTHINO ,
n fo.ona| and financially able to Bryant' vide 1 lJe x>,uinr| and Mrs. ("
lit any obligations made by his C. W. Guthrle. ENGLISH GRAMMER-Lawton B. K. Harnett Leratb.: ''TO BUILD 4t HOUSE.
uA'D.WoKmNAK A MAHVIX, James Anderson. Evans's (lOc( ), American Book Co. To Mn K narnelt Lerseh, of We* f.f.ltt, ,. '
holesale BUM of New York,yn are hereby r .| > Write us for special price. In carload lots direct from mill. .
Druggists: Toledo, 0. G. W. Pi.... "
FLORIDA J1ISTOnY-Benrd.t Ben.nett' apt ear to a Bill of ioioplalot to vi snide a
H tatarrah Cure Is taken In the above .ntltU'l rl....,at the f
Internal- T. O. Paschal.Tbos. D'8IC
Ig' directly (Our), American Book Co., and oftl...of the(lerk of(Iroiilt Court for HrevardCounty ----; '.- .. -- -.
the blood and f'
upon Sumter. '
/ KlnrMa I at Titueville, trends| on Monday
surfaces If. A W. Drew Co
Palrbanka's : B. ,
of :
tbe svstera Testl- Simon Savage ,tbe tint day uf February, oem, to answer
sent free. price 70o. per bottle. W. T. Wlugate.W Jacksonville, Fla. I sad ..,1110 due oourM and la stand to, abide
aU DrugKi.w.; and txirform what the Court sball ciinnlil.r In .:BOATMEIT
U's M. Wheeler U. S. HISTORY Field's Grammar tbat IxtbalfTtiU '
Family Pills for consump- Precinct No. 4J. order will be jiabllnnect nape scab week
American .
W. Dixon School (111)( ), 0.GJOlUUl'UYHed"a fnr tour .",, _l 1.e week. In the JAn: Co*.TAnrocuTB. .t, .
: : % ,'. Natural Advanced of Tltnelllerlurlda.I """ ,
John Powers :
U .ne and ordered at the Clerk's offlne, atTltn -
s ..1N1vNNNNN41 Precinct No.' 0.D. (tl,26)). American Book Co.PHY3IOLO5V .rlll",rivrlda, tbu llarel day of. Deoauiber,A, and dealers In Boat Bottom Paint, drop us a card with your address and lesin. w

V. Long.T. I Ooleman's Elementsof 1>, J UB. A. A MTEWARI', how to keep your boat bottoms clean for six months of more without scraping, e
f C. Nicholson. (!JOe),The McmlDan Co., Atlanta.: Clerk Circuit" Coon,Hrem rii County, Florida." '
0 SUBSCRIBERS E. C. Root. tll-( By O. Aerew.rtu.C.Nrofeatsional Trade discounts to merchants, II k' .'/M
I Precinct No. 7, CIVIL GOVERNMENTYocum'aClyII r { ,
I. Jernegan. Government of Florida and tbe 4:

Precinct No\ 11.William. United States ('1)), E. O. Painter Co., Oar ". ;il
1 order Ca.c.f.i.e Corripar:
of tbe Postofflce De- ] M. Norcue. DeLand Fla., and Boynton's School '' : .

neut, Washington, D. O., ef- I Precinct, No.J. 13.Lee Chandler. Civics (1)I), Gian .ICo.ALCEBRAAlIlof" ; D R. E. o. WDIPPLE, 't'l'' 8T AUGUSTINE, 4; -FLOnlDA.-' .',

v. Jan. 1, loos, provides, that I The Board of County Commissionerswill ''. Hitf School ((91)), DENTIST, < -H. --...__ ._-_ ___ .- -.- _.. .- t...... W WF.
1"nquent subscriber shall bed < be In session on Tuesday, December American Book Co. .

'' longer l/Hb./ 1SKW at 2 o'clock p. m., to restore AGRICULTURE-John Frederick: Dnggar's EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA. T. 'rEee-r : :
than three month., < ; such Registration Books the names for Southern Schools ((75c, TbeMacmlllan .
:? M a reason that the depart- ; of any persons stricken.I who. may have been erroneously Co. Formerly, Glean N. Y. BUILDER CP 4i
la famishing a low rate of hereby certify that the foregoing I.a Is THEORY AND PRACTICE For all

'ge on newspapers, and does true and correct list of Books names by order stricken ofthe grades-Class-room Management, by Job Printing.Do MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS.Place )f 1
from the Registration
r the benefit Bagtey (1.23), Tb. kfacmlllaa Co.
of a bonaflde sub- Board of County Commissioners at '
who their meeting on December 8tb, 1908.. These books may be bad of most book not forget the fact that at the>iproCATi your orders, with me and get them direct from factory, and save th": .
pays for bis paper. ; Com'r's Seal) R. A. ComtLwa, dealeis la the Stats, or from tbe publishers office, Tltosrllle, we do job agent's commission. Oar work Is sold under guarantee, and can send refeirnnts.Write "" L

lie take notice of the name- J ( Chairman of Board of County by mall, post paid on receipt of printing of all kinds, neatly,cheaply and for prices, eta ____?...___? "',* dyM

'ate slip pasted, upon your J Commissioners. Brevard price. sxpedltlonsly. Letterheads, KoUbsads, PEAL AT HOME-KEEP TUB MONEY IN FLORIDA. rl

or wrapper every week.NN11111N1N1N.. ', ', Attest: County, JTIa. Some R. VALKBB, Billheads, Envelopes Tags, and all'other
A. Stewart
*.* Clerk A. of Board of County Commissioners. :17-4 County Bopt. kinds. F. J.; TERRY, ORLANDO, FLA

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I y! \I I. Accepted Free and Masons. The Gift. :r ES. :F'.. :N" J: G. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY'

P1EK 7 .Oh1IJ RIVER, HEW 1.DtKRKG. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 76. Corrected to October 1st.. I j9Mo.


i IbdUn 4) No. 00Tltu.TUle IV.h.n AND DiSTRIBUlOR OF DAILY DAILY I p>4n.,

,!f River I Copyright UOC. by American.] Press Association. > 6 10 pmT .10 am .*_......Jacksonville......_ 725 i" '
I- "p 1 616! t085.m Ar..8 Auiruitlne. ..___......Lv 810 pm .4 n
i": y I",", Christmas chime ar. soundingon ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES PINEAPPLESIN K pm pm 11 U.m Lv......__..... .Esst falatka.Ormond. ........_........LY 6 O' pm pm. ::1 "
t.1, l t ,: Lad"e. Florida.Holds I'rlj' THE the air, theirewset. (a 25 It pm pm: 1 128pm 86 pm: Lr Lv.==:::::.:::::.::Daytona.:_.,=:::::==:::t: 6 I 07 21 pin: : /H11 1311::
ItA the second and fourth And I lit and listen to pie
) meeting a. _... .. 41011
: day"r each month o'cSuck\ the Maaonlo Temple, fttiuTllle -' CAR I-OTS 11 10 18 10 pm pm: 820 829 pm pm t ,.......== ..Tltu.dlle.: :,=:::::,:=:t: 160 1 11 pun; I 16611::
at T:30 9
i : p. m. ....Coooa... .. H
1 P."'.Robert, Worshipful' Muter Unearthlymusio, gone turmoil U every of the care str..bThs U 11 0(1 04( n't am 4 4 It la pm pm: t::=:-::::::=:.RockledKe.-..:,:=::::-.,=:t: 12 1212 2e pin put: t M:Q
Forgot le all the .,.
.E.u Oallie
U tXKUir A HMwart, IW.'d-.n.: 12 Warn 4 60 pm t :-=::.:.... ..:.:::::::::::: 11M am :
: Hurry Wilson, ,Junior trouble that the path of man bo 12 40 am 600 pm ,.,. .. lbonrne. : :::Lv H 44 am t MI'
f r It. H. WIlHon, Truuurcr. ..t. \\T/i want soy number of cal.., "bee the quality and conditions arT I to am600am 700 I'm LY...._........._........ft.. t'lert'.L" II M Rill II 110''

Jno.Frank:H.8ama Walker,, Senior, UHKOUO.Thqi. .;.,. The vast anxieties of human life, suitable. 6 88 am 10 0 04 46 pm pm: Ar.Lv.=::.=: .Wn,PL>t Landerdale Palm: Brach.,:.::.:.::,,::,,.::::::t: 1 g am p N,!f I

.I .Brine, Junior Deacon.CI1aa.IlWalton,8entorMteward. All fade away and every fond regret 7 85 am 1146 pro ._.__*__......_.., ........._........_....Lv 600 uu 7211 i I
4 In all their and joyou' tl000.m760.m Lv............._..._....Miami..... ......._.._.,..A -4 10 mil, e 9Y J
lost glad
J. W. Pricier Junior Steward. It tit 00 amflOOpm .10 60 am Ar.._...._.........Homeeread...........*...*....Lv .2 10 fin n I'"noDally '
4 \ J.:D. Knnli, Tyler. i etrife.WHAT. We Make Liberal Advances Shippers. ..___ Ar......._*__Knights Key Dock,..._..........L\I..H. ...... huW I \ i
M.8,Sam, Chaplain. ,
though I sssm alone on except Sunday taundayi and Wednesdays Only. ;* and- FrMj;;;
,,1 INDIAN RIVER CHAPTER: MO. *T, I fair day, For further Information communicate with our
ROYAL ARCH MASONS.( From happy comradeship Representative PALATKA BRANCH ,

The Indian River I Chanter, Royal arch Mawin stand isolate Leave Eu EAST PALATKA. TO Arrive Leave PALATKA TO BASTPALATKA Arrlrv;
1 {, neeu the flint Wedueaday ot eaoh muntb at tbeManonlo With none to greet mo a. I walk my PalRtia PALATKA Falatka PalatkaB
T Pllm
I Temple. _
The following the offlien of this chapter I way. IVKR. J. A. RA.DFORD --
To merely live I count I happy flt.- ... ,,,,,.... .,....
''1 l M,...""m.. Excellent High Prleiit. 5 80 am ._ .No 48 Dally 050 am 55 am .No. 47 Dally .. 8n,
J. R. Walker, To merely listen to those joyous sounds 15am25am .-.No. 48 Dally.. 6 45 am 800am ......No. 49 Daily ... .
lt.. n.)Prltflliett.King. Horlbfl.B. That through the crisp of winter call : :::: ..No. W Dally:..=: 94ft am 11 15 am ::: ....:Nee: 61 Dally: lr 1c1:
4, b I K.Wiliion.: Twuiuw.O. HOTEL EVERETT Jno onvl.11o: F1n. 11 Mam ...No. 62 Dally 12 10 pm 2 6O pra "....No. 68 Dally .
so free, : :::: :: :.:..;: :::: :: I I0
41f A.Stewart, !Meretar,. 4 05 pmt .No. 64 Dally 486 pmA 4 BO t>m ,,. :No.: 66 Dally :.... 460:
T. 1'1' of llont.l Although the merrymakers on their ot pm ..M-.No,66 Dally....... 25 pm 7 05 pra ........!\O. 67 Dally
Sanders I'awt.
I I'. W. lug..'ta. Principal rtojonrner.P ) round. 7 al pm ......No. 68 Dally.._.. 7 C5 pm 8 ou pm .......No. 68 Dally... ., rEl 120J l,
1 A. Morgan, Royal Arch Captain. Pause not to think of or remember

i',lIP,' P.:N.J. Stewart Wilier YMs Meeterof of Heoon.l Third V.V. m.. J. PRATT OARROLL. SAN MATEO BRANCH
i fl.H. ter of Vint V.
I :{ r.:Jk.Lesley,hentlnei.ORDER : not enough that on this 'Christ ; Leave Est tJ EAST PALATKA. TO Arrive San Leave San SAN MATEO TO EAST!Ardril; ;
Palatka SAN! MATEO Mateo || Mateo PALATKA '
mas morn /Successor to MASON M CLARK CO.,

f Frlomlnhlp Chapter OF KA8TKKN, No.6, holds STAR.IM me tlnicS I glad birth morn of him whoso WHOLESALE OO\IM M a 8O.m ..........No 49 1>"11,......._. 60am ,9 00)( smt .....,....Ko. 50 Dally .. -Y 111
day It Is, ; SSION ER'OHANT ._... .. I .........
I + the Maaonlo IxHlKe room, TltuirUle, on the 116 pm .No. 63 1>.U'H. 85 pm [ 40 pm >o. 64 Dally 4
t flnt and third Tueadays In each month atSHK My heart, but yesterdsy so sad, forlorn. I WlNo )
p. m. The following are the ofHoern of the Doth to the that was APPLES, PEARS I '
hapteri open message J Cable Address 81Bo. No. 18 Nw 17 No. 18 No :SO 7
hid I'EACln.S: POTATOES only Dally Dally MAYPORT BRANCH_ Dally Bu.
Mia Zandle Stewart, Worthy Matron. "nOLLFRUI1' NEW 1'ORK" ouly DII
a )t. K. WH.o, Worthy ....t'nll lit not enough to know that from FLORIDA ORANGES
,I ? Mra.M III, Itohblna, Aaawlaie Matron. bovo > 00 ( 10 00 Lv. .....Jack.onv111e..... 745am
J It Mr*.K.H. Wilson, reflected 8eoretar,. The tidings of a sacrifice divine GHAPEFUUIT, crt 1,40pm pm 8 M pm pra : 40 :: ::::.....::.Pablo Beach.....:::;::t: 704am700am: llfruam 20 pm'161 l a
Mr.Burtha Kline,Treamirer. PINEAPPLES W7-2( WajLloRton St. I 45 pmI 6 06 pm .46 sal Lv...........Atlantic Beach....,..._. 11 41
of eternal) love tin 4 It
I 1 The following; oilmen were appointed I Com as a gift an 00 pm 7 10 pm 1000 .m .._....?....... orc..H......_...Lv 845.m U 80 am 41 em.yr
4 4 Mr, Devoe Hnm,Adah. That I have but to take to make It ANDbOUTLIERN ,
M Ink Huale Teeter Ruth
> Mlas Ltna Maude) Esther miner VEGETABLES NEW YORK .... .. Doll
1 Mi.Hano.iHartlia.Mre. ... :... t tl.jy Oraai* City Braec. .a4 .u6y w .....,! xi' ttw'ey S.nlurd Bnach h"4 j. '
.M. A.Horliuoour.Electa. ,
(;h.... H. Walton Warder ---- -------------- -- -------- ---- ----------------
,' John It Walker, Bontlntl.Oeo. 110 pm JCOara)( '1'. him a'r'ms A,. 160 pra 6 46 pm e oo.m Ly..TItIll'vl11e. Ar.'lS' 1
.M.Robbln, 8 25 pm 11 00 am ., U6 pm ft 15 pm 100 am Ar..Sanford.
1 Chaplain U.I 9
1U P. Ruhlxnan & Co. 8 1)8 pm840pnl: 11 80 am L..or :cuLv: : 1165 pm1260pm: 4 15pm: ....,,,.... ,..:;., .,. ., e
11 48 am .u.o,....cry ... 4 00 pm .... ............,. .. .1+:,".

1+ r' 93 Murray Street t f N Y. ae*Th M TIME TABLM how UIKM.5 whl.h '. ..., '. m dpm fn.nv .
mI.mdoM, boa afrlvtil.:: lh. ear ::. ., ..
1lI hold fcrMlf for any dvlar' departure, ..p _at...qunG. ...hod..,.. ...I._1.....s..mNNd. an do. h.---
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Oranges, Pineapplesand J. D. RAHNBR. Aiiittaol- General Agant IT.- AUGUSTINf: 'W'

Meet every tnd and
each month at 8 o'clock.
Chancellor Commander.. .....,..,H. M. Bailey t Florida Fruits Our Specialty.

f&, M Prelate hoe-Chanoellor..t..H...... .: .,::::: .. ,,.,:...W.(.H.. ITtlny Hall and wish
W several of the largest shippers In State, to Atlantic Coast Line R
MMterat Arm......,.. ". .,.,. J.A.Iteaic represent your repreeeeyon 1
i Mater of Work..q. ...John R, Walker
s Inner Guard......... .,..,W.T. Mather also Give im a trial shipment. Established 30 year: .
OuterUuard...... ..., ... ..T, Def-ourcy
Muter of Exchequer,. .......U. II.prltehard
//I'' b. Muter of Klnance. .... .,..,....Oeo. Hrookett
11 Keeper of Record '\nd Real.,..,.() Stewart 1
1 t d tend y\altlas Kaljbta cordially Invited to at.ff -
# The Arthur Courtin Cot Goes Everywhere


bruit; Gommilssion: : : : : : oroh.nn.1s: ; ,
North South East and West

85 and 87 FRONT ST., NEW TORT )

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fPls' YO c' We solicit your consignments. Stencils and market reports

Meet."el') tint.and third Monday In each .rr.rrrr. furnished on Application. 'For detailed Information rate, schedules, reservations, see your nearritu!

alt 111 Semple.Con.cL month at. t p. >..., sharp .t tbe..Maoulo Hs Undtntood. _., _. et agent, call ou or write to*
to -------- -- --- -- ------" '-- ------ ---
Commander...,,.......F.N. Hitchcock Hewitt-Do you understand where .

I M f'1 1 AdvlarLleutnant..P.Hank.r....,..... .. '.........G.L.W.MandaTtlle Robert that fellow stood-tli one who WM FRANK C. BOYLSTON, or A. W. FRITOT,
Clerk ....... .....................Harry Wilson Just talking to u.? Jewett-Sure; he
1 I p E.oort..p Watchman; .:::::::: :: ::: ::: : :.H.r.C.ooTian Hrockett, was tandlng on my feet most of the Traveling Passenger Agent. Division Passenger JlI'tATLAN1'IO
r, i it Beutry' ... .... ..,-............Oeo.. W. Hanfonl time.New York Press. rHiVsNR
Manager,,... .... ..,. ,.., .. lilaokS COAST LINE, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
S A..P.Urub r.lN: !

All.l ltlng Woodmen are cordially Inrlted to We are natural believers. Truth, or n _._

attend the.tueetln'.s. the connection between cause and effect '-. '"
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clone Interests as.-Emerson.

;,, .t Christmas on the Stage COMMISSION BALTIMORE FRUIT &, MD.PRODUCE Every Month


HEYSER PRATT ST. WHARF, AL TO., MD. I writes Mrs. E. Fournier of lake Charles, La., "I|

; i used to suffer from headache backache side ache.pressingdown ,!
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pains, and could hardly walk. AtlI t

'Established JRICAPITAL\ $40,0)0.() Incorporated 1807. I last I took Cardul, and now I feel good all the tune

: ) .g, The Lyon Eros. Co.

1 830 Washington St., NEW YORK.

I ra a o r, } V VmLL

OUR SPECIALTY: F1.orJ.'da OraJ:13eS: : ,

It Will Help Yo>

,r G-rapetr'u.It: And: : Vcge"'.

Cardu is a: medicine that has been found to actl

upon the cause of most women's pains, strengthening !

We Want Your ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT Grroolta WHOLESALE PRODUCE t DEALERS do.' tho weakened womanly organs, that suffer because

their work is too hard for them.
FLORIDA VEOETAIILES.tIp9Wkolesal.Market) It is not a pain "killer," but a true fcinaM

Top Market Prices and Prompt Returns Write Us Reference for hteoolls Bank of sod Norfolk.Quotations; remedy, cmposed of pure'y. vegetable IngredIents,

I & ...., .. perfectly 1 .rmless and recommended for all sicklire amen
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t, | old or young. Try Cardui. |


Y CnAULPSOY: s. & Fruits and Vegetables

t ev $
4' ,4 a, F .e I -


and all kinds of r Prompt ?.,
?? Always.
The Gnat State Paper I
Reference Southern National Bank and Holuoea Grocery Co.
DAILY ANDSUNDAY -_ --- -- -- ---- ,Tb Month..t lflx mOMONTH Months,I8.Q
Tw.l.e MODtb..".00 knoweInna.
The Scml-WeeklyTlmes-Unlonaiul To..becallm.e'miss Wsar"al1eelell n

Y The Farmer .and fruit Grower and vew.Iabla ain woddeln..aeda UI'In 1uSd 67 l"e yje1 ,
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING have brume sew rheed.
t+ OFFICE the.01.4 Friday a irue. ** the Semi wakly" d. .pod rip the ruln of pur j
AfTjeultnraJ!sad Cllru.Frulu.Live
'1Oe.. ThetwopapsmIoretmperyae For rt. everywhere. eAM1 rWiso'retaloau..nd
Mall prom .
IM jour lubwrtptlo Seat free on raumL Addl.

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TITUSVILLK.lintelSterling .
for me a tfine, But tfiey always
-- Santa Claus ,
f. fall asleep and miss me
stockings, and won't they
l T1TUSV1LLE, when they wake up and :: : : : & W.A..I TON

FLORIDA. By LAURA FROST ARNITACC.tCopyrlght. missed me after all (
then puts toy or cftnd11nto

190S, by American Press Ao fet's bowl I and Into Jack
Everything brand new. Elaborately furnished. Spaoloui REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
Now open. elation.) pall.) Now I must be off
corridors Every room mo outside one. Ventilation, plumbing and light I 1. lieve I'll try that horn of

perfect ! log EARL could see him. horn near door. children;
-CUIMNE: THK JJE3F: -See whom? little nt sound then foil this space if you want to buy propertyon 1

Ruth Wh,. Santa Clans mer position)
One acre of ornanental l ground, surrounded by 'primeval palms. HI Earl and I have just been talking HI the famous Indian River. -'

lurroundlngs m mi, conducive to solace, rest and recreation. about him and vte were wishing we Morning. .-Fred (rousing) !
Acoomm. d..t8M lOll The Palmhurit potter meets all trains. KatciNMonable could get a peep at him once Wake up! What are you all 1. Fine building lot In South 11- No. 0. Northeast }i of northeast} ',
Gladys-Oh, I wouldn't tike tot! Harry-Who's been fronting: ( ) feet on the Indian eo. 18, township 88 south, range41 east,
Dorothy-Harry and I tried It last Dorothy (rubbing eyes)- ( and extending! bark to Front street, on south fork of!'>t. Lode*.r40acres; ,
of :273 feet, an Ideal spot for a Dade $0.IH) t
year. We came down and hid In the Gladys I-was-almost. county. per sore
t. N. JOIINSTON, Proprietor front hall but papa found us and sent Earl (yawning)-Dtd-he Home. Pilce$45000( No. 7. A rare bargain: A 24 acre K t
J. Lot 10.1x125 Front street
on ,
us to bed. Ruth tract of land 10 of which Is bear-
(nttnost crying/ )- acres a
front the location for
-'-- water just a
Fred (after thinking \\'bllt'I-I'1'II sleepy Did you all see ldenoe. live minutes! from postoffice Ing Pineapple: Plantation, near Mel
thought of something Santa Clau Others-Oh, no, no! stores; price, $000.00. bourne. Uood Packing house, Dock
wouldn't come In If be should Tramway. Pines ale fenced with woven
- spy us Fred-\\ell. I'm afraid
8. northeast *
{ wire fencing. 'this Is so exceptional
Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE ltl.A.oD but if be thought we were not real asleep. But I beard him. J r of auutbrnat *f, see 10, township3J chance for a party who will live on the
children he might. Couldut we tool a big/ horn : range HH. 101 lO.IOO: acres, St. Lucre place. Crop last year, 1,500 crates.

the Amerloan and European Plan- Harry and Dorothy *(l.00 per acre. Price, If sold before April let, 'V>00.00. Z
Under new na.....ement. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant rC'rMrdf' U Gladys-And there's your 4. S W. >& of northwest )| and Title perfect.
family home Rates: American Plan, $2: .00 and (2 50; European, 60cts a over by the door lIe blew t 4 of suutharat J|, are. ::1\( town No. 8. 10 sores In Lot No. S, Sec 28,
and up. All oars form Uiucn Station stop at the door. Ruth-See what's In our 3J: range 30, 12(1( acres\ HI I.uole Township :ill South, Range; .U East a
h. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. log It up.) $((1 UO per arie This Is fine Hammock land suitable fororanges
Gladys-And In my bowl! 5. Northeast If of southeast }j, grapes and vegetables, and Is 1
I]I. beautifully located. Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the Harry-And see the towushlp :.IH 1 south range: 41 eM ; located about a half mile north of Titus

... same management All-Oh. oil. ohl! (All to O. K Wood pineapple villa\ An exceptional bargain. Price,
- vs' stockings) on $'U I.urle liver 40 aoirs, $(VH). Half cash II( balance on time, to
". $1)).(M) per aero suit purchaser.
Dorothy-Oh. why '
Everett Hotel JACKSONVILLE, t; dIh kept' awake?
ne FLORIDA. Frtd-\\ell. we've If you want, a home on the Indian call! gua. We have many
In Tltusvllle and elsewhere on the East Coast '
time sure But next year

.. again, and we'll all keep J71. .n.. Mortc: azure ..

Florida's Largest European Hotel All-Yes. Indeed. we.will REAL ESTAIK! DEALER, L
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Pull')'. Oil no laxative Oil ___ ._ __ _ _
bate Baths. Sample Rooms. Long DUUnce Phones In Every Room. constipation. and 1 s Imulittc
-The Best of Service- the bowels '1
Oil emulates \\.1

GEO. II. MASON; Manager, mt annually and you do

.. take pmgallvea ARTISTIG "
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DAYTONA BEACH Tltu vlle) Pbaimaoy. I
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Paid In Full
Hiram (coming to the ) \
W Seaside Inn DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA.Good I've been a'payln' my .... .

for ave years come next PRWIL ;
g :
IT Rally (blushingly) :
FUhlng aDd Surf Bathing Rates; $2.M per day and up. Special : Illnnn. III'nul-\\'ell. all ..f

ales by the week." Also furnished cottages for rent for housekeeping. t sos.avaliA.tst to SH: I It Unit I'm durn

HORACE F.! STEWART, Owner stnllment pin,! Sally (1111 \ I '
"SAHTA wovww'T (COM tit IP HH SHOtJI/D Pun lIln'f'l\ltl.; Hiram'!-St ,
_u SPY tB." public rs THE OUTPUT or A l

uociiLii>on. him by making believe ,we were Mother .
Goose children right out of the Missionary 5
book? "So )'on imp Iheil In A
orotby-U.w could we do that? Yes. snh" ell Equipped Plant
WHERE THE ORANGES GROW 'red-We could dress like them and "KM.r i1"<> any nilKfl'iniirr 1 -f

then stand perfectly mill as If we were there. Sura?"
mude of wax or something just the Oh. yp sab'! I was
IrOT.EJL IIVDI.IN: : R.I: T1IIt. wuy you do In u tableau you know nllMl chief snhr'-i'clt! ) -
lie might think It was some kind of a .
ROCKLEDGE, FLORIDA. show of was gurell. Cures Woman's lti ea MANNED 1JY I
Karl-Oh. my( 1 couldn't keep as
X JAY 10TII. CHARLES F. DWYER, Owner and Prop still al that.HarryYou. We refer to that boon to \
could If ;you really wanted suffering women known a* IXIEEJIkI3: :: : f
earn heat, elect)Ic lights, pure drinking water, 80 acre orange; grove, boat to see Santa Cluus Favorite! Proscription. .
Dr. John Fyte one of the
l lilng, hunting, tennis, bllllaids, music, dances, etc. 1300 per day and up Earl-Oh, 1 will! I will! Bee mel! Of THBECLECTIOMKPICAL: FLORIDA'F. "

,,J eekly rates. 'Wlltelor Booklet. (Poses) of Unicorn root (IleltmUu/ ) :
Gladys wni I we have to stand no Is one of the chief Ingredient I
very long? write ProBcrlptlon'j

MBLUOU1CNRI Fred-Oh, not very, very 12 long o'clock.! We Ieelnvlgor.Wr'"!A remedy whl<'h'Invariably makes It costs no more than tho inferior ,
roust all be ready before Itchy of tlio entire ,, t :
\\e must dress like Mother Goose children Ilnronilnin-i'ln: IlelonlM' i w ba

E I BROWN HOUSE MELBOURNE FLORIDA. and I'll flz you In your places mont puriM>M whl. :than h more trealnr.tauf fully: ,anw:;f : ]kind. We make: a specialty of .
.. !
County. I'll be Boy Blue We can find some i In rrlla
It I seldom
f,'eaa.up clothes In the attic. cullsr' which to women doM not present ... Commercial and
MM n Printing always
CENTRLLY LOCATED, with floe view of Indian River and Ocean. Harry-I think I'll be Jack Homer. for this l reuii Jlal I went11 hr. f \ ,
American the week. arm, "The followliiK am
Plan Rates 12.00 day. Special rates by .
por 1 can have a pieDorothy indication*for llelonla*(Uuliwrn )
MRS. CEO M. BROWN, Proprietor. -I want to be Bopeep. A or acbtnf In comlltloftiof the bark, with lb.. J keep a Largo Stock of Stationery*: "
cane with a hook handle. will\ do for a arms atonic crook. rluhllnl els'1.,Ml wlll> on ]hand to select from. Write '
the rl'prodi 'tlve ant of "" )
NI2W YORK. OIadya-Ma I be Miss wnsallun heat n the region
r-- can Ruth and I bet :03"I m, rrhagl tauuding I "
Fred-You might be Jack and Jill rned imenor con .!lon of r repaid the "ur a' : : t to us for prices on & & .$ : ,
and carry a pall of water. An empty period. e rum or &('' x
tel pall will do. Now let's be off and see Ibno and :.7 1 emla I condition( thin of I,looil the) lial: .
Marlborough \I what we can flnd Then we'll go to .ens nits la the extreme HEADS

bed and I'll lie awake, and after papa ,, Ib/1' mr on"It +m or ,Iras'" n the II +

Broadway, 3Gth and 37th Streets New York. and mamma go upstairs III rail you .1'a', es' ,"'au "I" r. "ere tI '
and well come down very softly I "It.. ; BILL HEADS
Completely Renovated and transformed In department. Most cenHy ,
every (Exeunt.) 'l,tau '"+-, c Is Unicorn root,
located hotel on BroadMay. ELECTRIC LIGHTS and TELKPBONE II. and the medical proxrtle| 1 tQ
most faithfully rOJlrptltlntLOf '
every room In the house; (Children come tiptoeing In In cow Golden (vial root ano h STATEMENTS L f
tume. stocking In bund) Inawllmt I \ of 1'iivoillo: : : ;
EUROPEAN PLAY. 400 Rooms 200 bath rooms. Rates: tl.CO add up Fred-Now, we'll hang our stockings Prof: Inley Klllngwo, M.
anti Medical College I Chicago
rd without bath $2 and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath t3 nrst. (All hang them Then w e'll !get! "It In an Important' remedy In ': ENVELOPES.rt
stand here, thnwomli. In sUcatarrlial[ "
Into place Ilopeep. you
1 upward. Parlor two droomlll and bath $3 and upward. and unveil ont.l.Jh.n..nt.; Its ,
Miss Muffet. you Ii 1.
Hold your crook so Prof. John M. H.u.ld.r\ 1<1. \
must sit on this footstool, and you Cine Innatl. says of Gulden fw:l
SWKENEY-TIERNEY, HOTEL COMPANY, must be eating Put your spoon to "In n'latlun to Its general ETC\; ETC.
there u nn muliri't fn rue
K. M. TIERNEY, Manager.Williams' your lips, so. Jack Homer get Into tlunMu:: +rh .umeral ynanlmUgot :::: : ,',' .
that corner and bold up your thumb 1* un -- --. with the plum on It. Jack and Jill, *rolflKlj7arltfio\ iow, M n.. :
between of C moo, are ItlE11 t '
stand over here and take the pall :Medical Collei says .

Mammoth Mail Order House you I will stand here and bold rhwrla Valuall olixxllrir In )uterine and I' )
Now we
my horn to my mouth so rLua'niilnful' : menstruation.avnrlm, Presort;: ; r c
It's getting fr, PlBrce s e(
mnitnt move our eyes '.
the above
\\ec Bay bt. _P. O. Box 401JACKSONVIJ.LE, FLA.J. late. Now. all ready (All pose) fully gn:JlcnU I reprewnts smt: rnrnt : r iwdLono J.'1.0IUltl ,
Ruth (after wbll.-ob.., dear! This they aSFCTIONAL reoowm..uolud. \ S

J. WILLIAMS, Proprietor, pall Is MO beavy.even If It Is empty --- ----- 11.1)1)l'OVILliI1LI'ItikttO: i
I All-Shl .

DE Ol'O RYE l gallon jug, express paid ... .* 2 60 aches All-Shi! Write 1F'or Estimates I and Samples :

i1 1 Quails.. ? . . . /b ()JO SPECIAL OF'FER. (Earl, yawns aloud t SOLID OAK on ----- -.---- ---
. . . 7 elO Idlebrook Whiskey In drums-Distillery All-Sh! ASP nOOK C "F.8.V.
II . . . 127) 'tiling. Express ollect.: Harry My thumb Is tired of standing "
? freight paid . 1U 00 iX( ) Pints In drum. . . . .1:13 00 up. IV J( EAST COAST ADVOCATE
WIll lAMS NO in liTE. :VOO! Half Pints In drum .not. .break. . drum 8100i Dorothy-I'm-so-sleepy (yawning, .V" :
drum. Will'
Sold only by +a
: arts. : . . .* 3 20 All-fth! \ t
.. . . .". 4 60 TORN WHISKEY-Express Collect. (Jack Homers hand drops, then his .-rOD QFI".IOE
. . .U 9 00 Rocky Fork, per bottle.$1 00 bead. Itopeep drops crook and leans \
OLD HALIFAX RYE. Rocky Fork, per case. . . .1200 against walL Jill lets go of pall and "' PJ.OEJD.: :
Quarts N. C. W hlte, better . . . 2Mt slides to flr. Jack soon does the : : JLLEJ.: ,
] . . .1420 ??. C. White\ floe. . . . . 260 same Mint Mutter's bend drops for t - -- .-
.. .a0o" ( Corn. . . . 8 00) ) and horn
Laurel clone
Vatlel IUD e'
. . . 12 00 ward. Boy eyes
I hT'VVP fcOUTH RYE: RYE 'VIIISKEY-Espre. Collect. falls. This rouses him for a moment and be, :::::
clone again
Gallon I but his eyes soon ;
Qutru. . . . ,$ 2 7T Per !leans against the wall) Yw._ .. Writ"M.bN... ,....EDI rt
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. 4 Queen 60 Enter Santa Claus. (AH fast asleep. .) ..'.1. ......,., ... "._1...
. . 8 00 sunny South . . .. . ....k .""'e In rout tuna. +,
"Iatr . . . 12 00 Rye Malt . . . . . 00BOURBON. Santa Claus-Aht! Well well well? "YDu DD ... .......' w. ....__ ...Lp .
Hurdle flye Special . . . 00) ) Seta of the children of my old friend lawtM. .WMW tw oial>V. = .
11LLoWSTONE; O.erbnl .'. . . . . . 00ottle Mother Goose But what are they doing &L.K lab MANkllN-IURNtll a..11w.. V ,4..11.CO, 657111 w wen\ it 5:.... Os,

.. : : .. : : :: : : : .i 13 b 40 ii Planter Rich pl lit I : : : : : : : : : :: : : : : : : : :.: : : 3II 00(JV them here closely(Walks I Aha about! I and know looks these at niXATiov HOOK BOOK CASFH CASKS ..- --- -- -- ----- -- .----- -- -- -- -- -. .. ---- -

Collect.OW Boor,' . . . .' 2 not Mother Ooo 'sfasilly from ,.ID l 60to $:JJ.
II00YEEsprell Williams Priate8esl. . . . 00 children They're F. O. I). '
"I I Aha I see what tbe1ar. up to. .
fa hood by the U. 8. Go"'m't. IL1U \
QaartaEZR, : paid . 1500 : ALCOHOL.- They're waiting to see we. and they SEND LOGUE. YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE

Piabta'\ ExPo paid . IJ 75 one Grade Only"sad Jug . "W 00 don't want me to know theta But I & I .
paid. . . 18r 73 they cent tool this old fellow. Just SOUTHERN REFRIGERATOR '
I'tnta Etc:P. paid. .. ; 1300) GIN .,. . . .3 00, 3 00 and 4 00 as If be didn't know every child In the MeLsurln aid,. FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING .
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II a ILLUSTRATING, GIFT-GIVING GOODS. : The Florida East Cost Horoeaeeke

I', : Diamonds, tine Jewelry says Brevard: Is a large county, and one that 1 TITUSYILLE PHARMACY

( Watches, ) Clocks, has gained great prominence.tbe horn
,, Rings. pins, '. 'fl. Cut Glass, t of the celebrated Indian River orange J

(" ''I, I, I Fobs Brooches, Chains, jF7jr/-i/ ,;, YI."; Silver Tea Sets There are thousands of acres of a* good! (Successors to the Red Cross Pharmacy )

'i t {: LookeU, 443"- ::., '/::, i! SllverFlatwareToilet t orange land In the county that (is still I 10 | TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
Crosses P Articles its virgin .t.te. as the acres that are
;I Charms, I ,o I?, r. Hand.Painted ; now covered with great bearing orange ,
w Buckles, : ... China, -A. Complete Stock of-
,. tree There thousands of I In
Bracelets and J 1847 Rogers'Plated are people
? all kinds of I ware. : the North who if they knew of these
lands, would gladly come, purchase, i1! PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES

t build homes and plant orange groves. i
/ W I another VPrescrlptlons Filled with the
;: Again, great need of Brevardcounty

JEWELERS ILVBUSHITHS. :f Is good hard surface roads. 1 If Utmost Care and Promptitude!

__ I 41 West Bay St.Satisfactory JACKSONVILLE FLA. :t the people will expend their energies J.
and cash the line of TOUR TRADE. CITE US A TRIAL
Guaranteed. We Prepay all Forwarding Charges. f along Judicious avertlsing < i WE WANT ORDER

_____ ( and building bard surface road,
-_ ********************** ********************* there will be a great Influx of new people ,. .......................4.............N..111///

--,- tbe forests will disappear, new

BREVARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS homes will be erected and the evaluation < HURRAH !
Robbins & Graham Go.IDoorporat.ed. Titusville Lumber
of Brevard county will triple Tbe "Wet and Dry" election was held QTITUSVILLB (

In a few years. ID Brevard county on Tuesday and the
1 ( .) One hundred to hundred and FLA. F. E. C. R
y one result as !given below Is satisfactory 10 R
PAID UP CAPITAL $:..15,000.00a The Board of
County Commissioners barrels of flub
twenty are shipped daily 75 to 80 per cent of the electorate of
: 4 This company owns met at Tltusvllle, Fla, on this 7th day From Tltusvlll to the Northern markets, Brevard. County
of Deo. 1003! at 100 o'clock m.
*'4' :ULi: : .A. XT 3D S. Present: K. A. CODkIlD chairman; J, making a business for the summer that The ADVOCATE has not been on the Saw And Plaining Mills. Dry I Kj
1 M. Osban, J. R Mlot. T. A. Robinson aids materially tbe prosperity of thtown. fenoetn the wet and dry election and
I$' a the Indian Rice, Country; On the St. T. J. Cockshutt, A, A. Stewart, clerk; has devoted much space to tbe dry cause MANUFACTURERS OF

1 Luol. River; at New ,River and on Bay; J. P. Brown, sheriff In the recent election In Brevard county and the result Is gratifying to 4e.
The minutes of the last meeting of the very Florida Pine and Dressed'LL
4C Blsoayne. Prices to suit the times Board were read and approved. on the question of moving the county For Selling Against Selling Rough
The bond of the various county officersare seat from TUusyllle to Cocoa, 11tusvlll! LaGrange 6 28Tttueville
Send for Land List
., hereby fixed as follows: Tax Collector I won by 38 votes. The villages of Coco 69 I'M
Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami. ]1'1.. $30,000) 00; 00; Tax Assessor $1,00)00) ; Clerk Circuit and Eau,Gallle were In the rata Whilewe City Point >2> 22:. CEILING, and SHIN!

Court $4,000 00; County Treasurer sympathize with the two defeated RockledjJe, 6 144

East Coast Meat Market $20,000: 00; Superintendent of Public In. villages, we congratulate the citizens of EAU Gal lie, 4 72 i
struction $1.000,00; Sh ilft $6C.'O)00, Tltusvllle In retaining the county Beat Melbourne,, ft 43Mllabar. SOLID CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY
Bond of Philip II. Wright, for Tax
Duriilg these campaigns people became -
i, G. F. DDRBN, Agent. Collector for $10,000 00, was approved. 3 12
Bond of B. K. Wilson, for County Intensely Interested In trying to Grant 7 7
Judge, for 2,000.00., was approved persuade others to think a* they do, and Banyan .2 12 PROMPT LOCAL ORDE
Bond of A, :A.. Stewart for Clerk Circuit sometimes It results' In hard feelings 5 13
I Bond Court of K for Frank 14,000.00.Hatch was, for approved.County even among the best lends. This matter Merritt, S 40 D. H. SPELL. DR. J. C. SPELL Reglared Phil

Treasurer, for$20,000) was approved. Is settled now for ten years, and the Ilanlover S 10

Bond of J. M, Sanders for Justice of thing for the people of Brevard Is, to get Canaveral, :Banner Drug Store;
the Peace, for $b00 00, was approved. down to hard work for the building up ,
Bond of W, 11. for Justice of
Cresson TOTAL H9 I 609
of interest of the ,
every county. TIlUaVlLLE, FLOblUA. I
EjiT1"H the Peace for ftJOO 00. was approved I
Bond of W II. Hall, for Tax Assessor, The orange groves In. the vicinity of DRY MAJORITY, 3OO
Toilet Articles
for $1,00000( ( was approved. tuivllle are holding a splendid crop of StationeryE
Bond of J. R. Walker for Supt of Public fruit, of the real, genuine Indian River

: Instruction. for $1,00000, was approved kind. It Is said tbe crop will be much A GLORIOUS VICTORY. SODA WATERS and ICE CREAM

.. Bond of J P. Brown, for Sheriff, for larger than last year. With good prices
r,, i .6,000.00. was approved the orange growers In that favored sec- The returns show that Five Hundred
Tax Collectors report of Licenses collected Ion will be strictly In the swim flnandaily. of Brevard County's citizens favor a. dry .PURE MESH DRUGS.
I during the month county and about one hundred favor a .
thfeNs.I .
amounting to $244 50 for ; and wet county. The reasons for this great
Mail orders promptly filled. Will order have not In SaX
$147.25 for the County was received Mr E: L. Brady of Tltusvllle has one majority are not far to seek, although anything we
4'I Tax Collector's report of poll taxes of tbe finest orange grove In Brevarc due ti> several caused: First, Is the COD'vlctloo
collected the year 1008 during the county, It Is located a few miles west that the open saloon Is a danger
month of Nov., 1008,amounting to $47 00 to all men and particularly to boys, anda
of the and I. of Pas.r tirl.g' XX
village, now holding one : : : :
was received and checked up with the tax menace to good governmentSecond
collector's tubs and found correct be largest crops of fruit It has ever, the active and fearless work
I Report of Sheriff to State Auditor of borne. Talk to Mr. Brady of his fine' of our efficient sheriff In preventing:
i lines and costs In Brevtrd county during and be just smiles. ale of whiskey blind tigers has given PAPERHANGING KA.LSOMIVING, VARNHHING 8TA.INIVO, FIV I
4 444. 44 the month of Nov., 1008, was examined grove our people the assurance that Prohliltnn SIGN PAINTING OF ALL KINDS ETC.
Mullet are being shipped out of Titus
$ and approved does prohibit. Old Furniture made to look like new. Mirrors Made and Re-3ilw!
1 Report of T. J). Cocksbatt, reporting! villa now by the carload, and the heightof Tblrd, the work of the Anti saloon -Reasonable Rate.v .-
*fii that be had collected $00.60 for hlie of the mullet season Is not near at hand League through Its officers aided by tbe
county mules in the 5th district, was received yet. It takes over 13.000 mullet to makea ministers of the Gospel and by the Suprlntendent \ELceEJD
he also filed a receipt from of the !State: Antt.Saloon : ,
County Treasurer showing that he bad carload, so the reader can Imagine tbe league, Mr. C. L. Collins has been a
paid this amount over to tbe County magnitude of the business when It great; force In convincing the voters that Shop In Sorlmgeour Building,
Treasurer reaches this stage, All of the fish deal It! Is bent from every point of view to TITUSVILLE FLORID!
Report of Clerk of Circuit Court of prevent the sale of Intoxicating liquors
business and fisher
era are doing a big
; 0 LQ I Ii tax redemptions and purchases during Fourth the negro ban at least awakened
; EEQiS the month of Oct and No,., 1008, was men from other parts of tbe river come to the fact that his duty as a good
jk$ received. here to take advantage of the flab bar citizen requires blm to cart his vote In INDIAN RIVER COMPAN

i Reports of Clerk of Clroult Court eating time. From now until lha closed be interest of morality and good goy -Dealers In-
County Judge and Justices of the PeaceL. season for mullet commences the business rnment It Is a oredlt to them that In
,. You will not make a mistake by trying K Myers J. M. Sanders, (l. 'I'. Mo he towns of Cocoa, Eau Oallle and Mel.
the above brand of Wblskey-It I. Bride O. II Nauman W. C. Peterson promises to b* excellent. bourne probably not a wet vote was cast STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIESAt
y the grandest for the money. W. R. Roesch of fines and forfeitures by them, and only a few In the entire
during the month of November 1008, HUNTING AT TITUSVILLE. ..c ounty.' Competitive Prices.
HANNE BROS., were received.It Fifth, and last, but not least the dry GASOLINE CYLINDER OIL, CUP GREASE, ETC
t1 Jacksonville Florida. was moved seconded and carried Meson Jones and son have been kill. county Is due to the taltbful work and
+ e Complete Price List for the iking. that the Board make an appiopilatlon log from 60 to 80 wild ducks a day Influence of tbe ladies of Brevard Conn-'t, (HAULOVER CANAL) Fl]
For an exhibit at the Florida" Exposition- ty, who made It manifest from tbe beginning Postoffice Address-TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Fair to be held at Jacksonville, Fla, Messrs. J. M. Osborn and D.B. Prltch- ; that home was not a safe place
from 20th of February to iOth of March and went bunting the other morning, for the man who would oast his ballot
West End Pharmacy 1!JUD. and returned with 40 quail before noon deliberately against the home and In fa. :3Lar.. :ndcoiRjErsr: ,
'# The Clerk of the Circuit Court presented yor of the open saloon. '
.ii! EAU GALLIE FLA. Ms pay rolls for witnesses paid at Mr. T. 8. Wheeler and friend killed The executive board of the Anti Sa- Successor to Marvin Goodman. Next- to F. E C. Ry. depot.

S. C. Hodgson M. D., R, P., the Fall term of the Circuit Court 1008, 8-1 quail last week while camping la the loon League In made no mistake when they TITUSVILLE .. noRID
appointed each precinct a committee
woods Wheeler ha been
Mr. bringing .
-Making a Specialty oflimits -
Proprietor. of womcn to look after the wet vote In
h ; Corner of Young and Houston Streets. (Continued on page 4.) 10 plenty ducks this week. their different precincts The thanks of Frcsh and Candies

Mr Wra JJ. Prlndle and friend killed I .II temperance people of the county ..redue ,
I' Complete Stock of Drugs and Druggist's ROLLINS TEAM VS. HAVANA. 17:1: quail last week Dr. J. E. Urlch the Loyal, Faithful Women. Oig-ai-s mid Cold Dril
a' Sundries, Cigars, Stationery Perfumery I The Brevard County Anti.Saloon
1 Toilet Articles, and Mr. Charles II. Walton enjoyed aratclass League extends heartiest thanks to all SANFORD BREAD CAKES AND PIES-always frt|
Souvenir Cards, Arrangements have been completed quail dinner with Mr. and who contributed financial aid to the dry Your patronage .ollolt<
) r, Candles, Eto. between Rollins College Winter Park Mrs Prlndle on !Sunday.: cause, and due acknowledgement from -- -
y the State champion football team, and the treasurer will be made to each contributor -
F 1 Mr M, L. Peacock has killed from 00
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. the University of Havana,Havana, Cuba, TXTUS'V'XLLE JUJL,v LJIXTET t3T.4
to 90( ducks a day this week. Expressing our gratitude to an all
for a gridiron battle to be fought In Havana
wise Providence who rules I In the affaire
on Christmas day. of men,and wishing every man and women FEED AND SALE J SADDLE h
: Hodgson Bros. The American team left Port Tampa and child of Brevard County and the

Sunday night December 20ih and arrived Mr Harry C. Budge, wife of Postmaster stranger!: within our gates a Merry ...STABLES... BUGGIES,

ri EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER FLA. In Cuba, Tuesday morning. Their Budge, of Mlaral died at her Christmas main yours and for Happy continued New and Yf'arwe real FroIbltlon re- BAGGAGE 60

q i; Marine Railway. approach to Havana was the signal for home In that city on Friday Las:, after In the fair county of Brevard.

General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. a general demonstration, and a special many months 'of suffering from that tiny ber sun never go down TRANSFER, f and TURI4

tug, carrying a full brass band came out dreaded disease, tuberculosis, GEO W. UOLMKS, Pres.
..Speolal Facilities., to meet them.Elaborate Last Bummer Mr.,'Budie sent his wife G F. PA.DDISON, Secy. HAULING ETC. .,all to.T.

for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing preparations were made for to New York State tn the hop that the J. B HAWK, Tress.'

Yachts and Launches. the entertainment of the team, and they change of altitude and climate would Brevard County A1U-Salooo'Lellgue. :a5:. a.ban. r

are quartered at the Louvre, the finest prove a benefit but the ravages of the TITUSVILLE.10 rear of Bobbins' Law Office .\
Mention the ADVOOAT when writing
hotel the city affords. disease had trained snob a hold on her CHURCH NOTICES.

'' The game will be played In Aim ends- ihat there was no hope, and she returned :E3..6.eE3E1e:: : SaOE: ?.

SEEDSBuckbms tee park where Oen. Gomes the presU to her home In the fall to 'awaittarrival *
a A 'Full of LI?." Northern Grown dent elect of Cub., will/ open tbe game by of the grim reaper. EPISCOPAL CHURCH First-class Barber Shop, with Two Up-to-Date Barbers No Long j

I} .Pcdlgrrcd md Seeds growing have a behind rei uUtlon them.ol j8 It yean payi to oluccruful placing the ball for the first kickoff. The funeral service.In Trinity Eplsoo- Sunday School every. Sunday 'morning! Open Sunday morning from 7 to 10 o'clock.

q, plant the best.Seasonable. The Havana team I la practicing dally, pal church, Sunday afternoon, was very .t; 10 o'clock. Litany and Lecture every
Special BUANA!lee- and are confident of victory. Manager largely attended by out of town people, Thursday evening at 7:30( o'clock. The following prices are charged for going out to work.'fit

1' t' Earliest Rerf Valentine f S.IeBushelRelupe.Etta Bushel Fabian says his team Is In excellent shape Including Mr. Chas. A. Gardner of TI. Dean Robottom will officiate In St. lair Cut, 50 ots. Shave, $().otl. Massage.(oOoU. Halr.Slnge/60-cti.
y 4 3 ,z, New btrinf leu Green Pod% : |t 15 70 BuibelWardwell :: : and he thinks the outlook Is very bright. usvllle; as well a* many Mlamlans. abrlel's church! TUutvllle, on Chrlit- I *,
i '. W..It Bushel Shop opposite Prltobard's Hardware 8tore..PhI"01
Imp Kidney
1l y IfevU New Whit. Wax { 7!] Bushel The Rollins team has played brilliant The services were conducted by Rev N. teas Day at 10:SO o'clock. Sboe.-,SbIDed. JOnNSOV, Pf ,.
,,tI1, Currl's Rust rroo PEAS Was feubuihel tall during the past season, and are lav- B. Fuller and Interment was mad Intbe Deap Hobottdra will officiate In St.

J t,3, Extra Early Alaska Is,!jo Bushel log an exciting contest Great Interests Miami cemetery. Marks church Cocoa, on Sunday mornng .

l i s New Early\. Market C.radm dardrr: : |Is j.,so 50 BnthetHonford Bushel: taken In this event, owing to tbe fact Mr. Budge who was Miss Lena C. J7tb at il o'clock; and In St. Ca TITUSVILLE ICE COMPAflf|

Butkbns Lightning Express (.too KushelLettueo hat hard and snappy practice has been Gardner before her marriage has manylends rtel's church, Titusvllle on Sunday
P.1 jfl IA lUdUh. Tom*** and a lull line ol evening at 7.30: o'clock.FnxesvTERIAR. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
held dally under their able and enthu In and It while
Pd v Seeds Plant*and ltulhhe at lowest growing price*. I TltusTlUe, was
1 your Send requirements for complete and caulngu will quote or price wbmlt: ,. a list ol lantlo. coach,Pro E. 8 Palmer,Tals'OC. living here that she married Mr. Badge. CHURCH. PURE ICE MANUFACTURED FROM DISTILLED WA

B ly direct from JrTow.r-lav. .Money The game will probably be hard fought.t Sbeleavei besides a devoted husband
+ Writ today Mention this paper. I will form part of the general Inaugural and children, a father Mr A. C. Gard. Rev. Dr. Badger will preach In 'the JOHN L. VAN DB VEER, W. H. FORD Proprietor-

$ H. W. BUCKBEE feathltlea.I nor, of New York State; and a brother, Presbyterian chcroh. Tltusvllle, next PROMPT DELIVERIES
Mr. Chas A. Gardner pf Titusvllle. Sunday at 7 o'clock m., an old
.. I year '
V35uu MSl. tockfera: fee .. RKirw: ,11 Master Richard Robbins of Tltustllle, :
sermon Subject: "' -
hey feared as they =
[ sin the Rollins team, and will,tio doubt, Residence for Sale.A .
# entered Into the clouds
6 1 JOHN WHITE &. CO. "Arise and be
his first visit to the Cuban ..
i enjoy capital BURTON SE3TI3E: .
not afraid. Luke 0 34 : :
toulswtiR. ar [ desirable residence for ..1.10 I Tit us- Matt It. 7.
I G JII.......rkd Prlet 1de House for llent vllle, located near the depot. Contains LADIES AND GENTS '
ti parlor. sitting room, dining room, klteh- -
83T Have you paid subscription SSjjJ
$ FURS I 01ean1n.g: '
n and four bedroom Lot Is 100x100feet. JanaAll pr
An eight room residence, central lees to tb* ADVOCATE f If not, our mailing .
Soluble for n winter residence
''S ..wave.d BIDES. Lion Jvcnt $13.00 Apply to F, A. Morgan Price $1400.00, F. A. MOBOAH clerk will soon send you a personal reminder Work Guaranteed. A Trial, Will Convinc"r;

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