Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: February 9, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075895
Volume ID: VID00370
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
alephbibnum - 002059610
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Shirt


And the new ty in megligge sUrti are
sow in ear s im Th ge oodo were not
btsrht frm jobbers, it open market,
but eoam dinrt m Wfa re
SZeI We feel
that we ea lfaetaia your trade unless
the goods we you give perfect nati-
faction. Wlknow that we cannot offer
you goods of a uniform quality if we bkiy
of ewy Tom, Dick and Harry that
eors along our way. We handle the
Ifmous "Trja" make of shirts. They
make them in two grades and brand
thwn "8Uver" aad "Gold." Every shirt
is made from madras eloths, in patterns
dsigmed expreMly for them-many of
the stylh being exclusive. There are
the poiatt ia the goods to which we
caD your attention: ist, the way they fit;
Sad, th workmanship; 3rd, the way the
olor stand &


$ .981

1.50


1.50


The Palmeto has a new ad. in this is-
ene.
J. Pendrell. reprewntingtheOeklawaha
steam-boat line was in towb Wednesday.
A party from the Palmetto enjoyed a
moonlight eycle ride on the beach Tune-
day evening.
Miss Georgia Everetts. of Teledo. Ohio.
is rooming at E. N. Waldron's. on Ridge-
wood avenue.
Mrs. H. D. Morrison. widow of the
late H. D. Morrison died in La Porte.
Ind., last week.
ifc'Whole wheat bread made and for
sale by Mrs. G(ranining: opposite the
Ridgewood hotel.
Iero'y S. (Gamble. a prominent hotel
man of Asbury Park. N. J.. ims a guest
of the Clarendon Inn.
Several hurdy-gurnly. swings and
other animusments for the children have
recently been added near the pavilion.
Mr. and Mrs. Hungerford, of Tanean-
nock. New York. have rented rooms of
Miss Cross on Ridgewood avenue.
Mr. Mancourt's wife and mon arrived
last week and are domiciled with Mr.
Mancourt in rooms at Mrs. Leora Bene-
dict,.
The Minses llamilton. of Pennsylvania.
have t'ured rnoms at Mrs. A. S. Wilkin-
son's--two other sisters will join then


L. D. eobmp. traveling freight agent for
the Clyde line was in town yesterday.
G. J. Zehnbauer, elsim agent of the F.
E. C. Ry,, was in town on businessn Tues-
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Will M. McGriff were vis-
itors at DeLand and New Smnyrna this
week.
In the launch races Monday the Meg


won and the Rambler was second. Time
1:6:".
/ Rev. J. G. A. Martin moved to DeLand
Tlhursdty. where he will make his head-
quarters.
New awnings are being put in place on
the front of Atiood's drug store and
Moore Brop."


liWChoice >read, pies and cakes at
Mrs. Granmling's. opposite the Ridge-
wood hotel.
"Post 1Od Style" is the name of the la-
test type made-we Use it on Stationery
%,e turn out.
Mr. Thompsoe proprietor of the St.
AuKgutine Record favored us with apleas-
ant call today.
The greatest flood of electric light ever
seen will be a feature of the Pan-Ameri-
can Exposition.
Miss Ge;rtrude I1ee. of Chicago, has ac-
-epptm' Daytonat i Traction company.


Tricycle for rent. Inquie of IR.L L thb,
Theo. Herkert, repMeutiMg the jw
York World was in Daytonsa Ta day.
WIM'rs. Gramling makes delicious
cakes and pies,oppouite the Iidgewood.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. O'Brien, ofchieago,
are at the Palmetto for an extended stay
The Pan-American Exposition will be
the great pubcl event of the twentieth
century.


Mrs. E. H. cowing and mxie cowing, of
cincinatti, are among the late arrivals
at the Palmetto.
The greatest athletic carnival in: the
history of America is planned for the Pan-
American Exposition.
D. A. Blodgett is bringing in some large
nursery trees from Orlando, and wtting
out an orange grove west of town.
c. m. Sherider and wife, of Waynesbury.
Pa.. arrived Tuesday and are roomingin
E. N. Waldron's house.
R. Schwars and Emil Fischer, of
Leifsig. Germany. are among the latest
arrivals at Schmidt's Villa.
Key. Thomas Corwn Iliff, o! Salt Lake
city, Utah, accompanied by his wife and
daughter, is at the Palmetto.
Mrs. E. E. colman is opening up a new
street on the south side of her lots, be-
tween Ridgewood avenue and Daytona
street.
A theif entered the room of a visitor
staying with Mrs. Jannings, on Palmetto
avenue, Thursday evening and took 025.
No clue to the perpetrator.
"I have always used FOLEY'S nOrn
AND TAR cough medicine, and think it the
best in the world," says Chas. Bender, a


6e First ie.


Well Uno,-tht is not the
Alnt tlme we have P
offered you a superior
line of W W P W %P


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Spring and Summer


45


Dress Goods.


Ourfriends and patrons
will tell you *tat our
lin'lum always been
superb. It is more so
than ever thia year.


-Of all the things you do, do not buy


until you see our line.


later. I'nderwoel & Goodridge have recently newsdealer of Erie, Pa. Nothing else as
SMr. and Mrs. L. Beemis. of Chatfli.ld. ollened fruit anl confectionery stand good. J. m. Jones.
Minn., are at the Palmetto. Mr. and .lrs n1 r tie ind of the North brikge. Parties wishing to secure a eow at
S* MBeenmi were visitors in Daytona two Dr. Potter took the county commis- neaonable prices should address Hill
S .years ago. sioeimtrs ,o-e.r the Daytona-DeoIAtnll road Side D)airy Farm, Cocoa. Florida; a herd
H. Mason and daughter. of New IHaven Tui.esliy on a tour of inspection. of eighty to select from, and forty head
F---E------MEATS- -t., arrived Sunday and am' at the Pal-- Natis of .hurches and awities will It. of good Jersey heifers.
UBpb *l CI B A\ jmetto. Mr. Muaon isn wretary of the g hidly iulishld in our columns. Please The building occupied by Mr. Bracy a.
F. ME S I ATS 0 Security Insuranie company. lihand thrlui in its eurly as possible. a blacksmith shop was destroyed by fire
Alark Rwtl FROST ITESNDHILBLAINS Thursday night. The building was at
W e Lf M tCIDANECL -& SO N.I h p amhnsed the saw mIill at Holly Hill and bui.-klv -ured by MANNERK SAL.VY. the most ow, tI w oc-uied as an ice factory and
Swill conduct the b,.sin.sh under the naine healing renmedy in t.he- world. Dr. J. was wiilty Mason & Wicking. It was M
inclldng BEEF, PORK, SAUSAGE. VEAL, (RNED BEE. of the Halifax Lumber tm naiany. .JoI.e.s. i isud for $404).
iFEEt Tdim BEEF. PORK, ASAusicalE. VEAL, CORNED BEEF. Tlit f W.- i t t he lJacksonville Metropol of Feb. v o
Pii' FEET TRIPE, LIVE and DREIitED POULTRY, etc.i u icalof t a tto club for .. hs een in town th i double headed article giving the
T Febuhnary 14 has lv-n poistpouid until Iweek visiting with I s partner. A. V.
In faet everything to be found in Man.h 14. On F.e. .14 th nt.lar ,.hl., H-,,ill. Mtr. Lu .iis lo,,ks after the lim''s dtils t- incmrvrationof twocolored
0A Anmiie..f ~i a.tinwill1ice-held i *the e-mli ic< ens. ^ in at L-^-esnien for robing the Datna ytons post o .l>e.
An Up-t -date Meat Market, o. "This 1 i bnew to our ople as the Daro (
SMr il Mr'. W. II .Wil In 11 aI A.n H. .ilnt.- C. M. Ir I- t,.n ;o post ,ittie ihas never been robbed. E CO N
Iat t PrC Jnii. rs. Wilsn & .hinet thly i-lond 11t. aClark.a C. M. Biithai uil e.rt Foster l As lViy ejolle party was given by
at BBACH STREET near South Bridge; next Door to the. Bank. one o un lT.e t m.ta>r, nts in iiiltts- in th... iv o in,. il. Mr' ..iIpland Wednesday even- h
.....**.**. luiiig anld f..d (onan average o>f M. wrr- ing at the Fountain city House. About t
s 1s Il NI usi ? rtN K--.S ISaIsIiifn.i. I '.irsini twnity po|le fronim iaroulnd town and all first-cl
BroI.It" ;$ fil llill l. <>ii f **i ltM i ls It sin ot M l' sts f thlii | ip lular house were
I TY PHAsAVY i- F. 'P. Rush and .1.M lh.yct. l,,if-. l'I,.i-nix ilv..-tris+ l',ln< 5 .1 0. i n-s .it andl sil. nt thle evening indanucinoSg.f e
UNTAIN CITY PHAR A Y, ,f I,,too. arrived lat week and ;ire- .l,)lo 1 N w\Villri,, RI.fmi-huii-ts w rvd. i Staple and Fancy
Sgul-sts at tihe- Palmintto. The ladis la\v ,
OORNER BEACH STREET and ORANGE AVENI:. visited all the resorts along thecoastand I e l, ,c-lit i; K lhi k ,nhil .F ac-ri-swith six r idw ling H ay, G(
SjN-lnt a few wee-ks it Nas.saw but a t o W. o b 3 Lla Ion li l e-imri. iarti-iain well; choice location. Also*
I aBelbet Stock of...... In.a'ttyv nonii- of the -ilaces equall)avtona. 'i e .l lil-ihr.. ir rove with ,;'"l trees. Also 35
w :i f irro l is a i l pro liir,. -I i hio f.]111t 1.1 lhlan- l.l',.s.. .)I river front. with dwvelling; all *
DIU8 IR PRESCRIPTIONS. PATENT MEDICINES. BRI ES. l s lll ti ii i' bat ritone fi n.l within oaiil ;i half imiiles of Daytona.
DlUt FOR PRESCRIPTIONS. PATENT MDINE. Bh >ltt lluti th-illi+.ttIi ftr lftil lInv.stigr;ite as owi>,.r vwill se11 cheap be- *FIRST CLASS
l of tl Mr nt E.1 Wall;' "-"-. ef i'h"ii-;i->. li ;E. i o ,.e, ,,n. ec imi. .away. A.llressn Box 121 or
COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS *1. e t. .....se it.t a hr.stiiI oi, Ij.... s t, rt. "sl ,ur ll 11. Floyi 1 w'1 l loo veln e,
c' l -, 1 iN l ililoilv li thi rivr sailinig-he-. 'fl-'eia" a**n.1 an.' p"r."ri lV y ; e- e Om W.t -
PerI fmery and Fanc, Toi t Articles. iI. ,i, -v.y ,o- i ol i,.imig h ii ... ai i,,itor.. isimo" i' '.> ,n '., in it. ,;i.-M.. .-sae an exchange. :*t'" :". -"f'
1 oiic. l ook over liii- st. ick j4 oiii( rot eitlie- loii-pu.slhe ir elir an inj at- fe
t lini.ti;ing tto offend mnolp ly. TIme editor foIi v *
SH. I-' Th" ivismoni. t .ll. ,ly n ki.kr. oif E'.i arie .. St..w lr. i poi ,n I t i e l. ..a e evi rvlslyv is not fit for
'S.a I ltr z7-. hli.e- nii a in this i >e.. Mr. to. y t i Chif' ,, ,nI r w. ll k 1,-te, i ,., I- -- titlel 4d t- wings.o H.-.
S L J. M. JONES, proprietor, can he consulted professionally during lliini ssi'I T'iomp..im i miik.-s r;lln.ly that is trisctlhy arri' T m|* .l'i.c-. .Mi Stew. it no 'x-. ,h- l na;tlu i i .conltiituted that some
howrs; oS e hours. Sunday. 900 to 10:30 a.in. ; i. 2:30 to 4:3( p. t p I i i.i anl h. i th. only t m n e lhalris ,h, os si l* i. ; 1 C.l liivo-i t;in.. *," i ,,e,,|lti, I i.le i he, rsdon't: om like to ti H ton like to O
SSt. Algtie ii thle. -ulCiy-makin i ig i- with t 'n '. otles ripin ii the hak. ot-. BEACH STREETar O
es H ... iis a iv,.-ry cot,.e li os ,tlemilanllis W lhi. khIl l a il h thi,, ion t; toili like to have faikl- exposed.
,anA ..ill tvtt lvel right if -umil. i to .e .-ic clilof fltcnmvI ,, t clitere ,n t; so l like the truth told
0. CALGh AT...... .Roinon had thil tnisttrtuine to jt 1;1 n to pilisl i I wic-ip ol ii i l "ithersl other-S 'ton1 : o'me like to W ea H atler
S l(oo.- his piaiianind lioxofvulabl.icl- g |l I pei lls ,. in tihe Siue iild:i ,.ltilifti tlhi- .hli-ek t;lak' their pai- r sevn-i r eight years and W arcu
S THE' NE'W STORE 1 : Iv, th ii, th-,lo.,t uat lhcorilo Siiinifs seemnvill. TTix.-I i .iii,,, l E;tizl-- \1, tl*r ieniiis an tissue or ,av a .ent. and
S last week; the gool s hal arrived il only the iIt-. n.,t le1,1 i,,. i. -e ..i.. hl... t miad andil stol their lpapl r when they
W evening lfm The dlpt.t \lhiih waC. -gt siitat-li..ints oif their accliount. others
WHERE o Itof brick, wuastotally d,,stroyve ml u in th- i W I minire i l'.1.mtl-i ,,i 1a lii'hl dlm. i,, i s .i c- reonsolationto know
S gI & SM IT H : cnmiglht wattchllan -i" ltlulrn-.-d with it. iM,0. ,'it, -: 4' H ii H i\-i. > \ iir is, tihit tlh. LI, nl i l se.i -lf fail.el toe please
MORRISON & SM TH : .> i' ei. l-st c- i!ghli iiii tl, iti.irk.-Il tiliiv. !. ,r,le. d hiile,, ell e-artil.
me p asue i..ther R .imfim. A. lumssell, bu.ilPi'- (a r ol i hit, -. tl i, ,lnfst all kili,. a;ild ialli i i, ir.
S lthe Jatcksonville Metropolis. wasi in town thti. isill ofltir i o go dl i f, f ,ith : ,,i.% | illtake ple e in showing you their BRAN NEW STtOCK OF NEW Thursdlay ainel fvni- this othis w n\t ita iti ii l. .1 il i.. for f illr \\. la ting- oL Live Oak Chapter. No. 5
very pleasant call. Mr. iusselll him l. lii iill. ,i\< \\ itl;ollt it ini thie- Il, 0 1'. ill I*e htlii in Ml.a nic- Hall at
GOODS. coI listing of with the Metropolis ..i ,. its iiinlin.y al. \\ wihic.h tinei th i.\lost 'WortlihyfranldChap-
td aa t l b i today can boi.t il l having e- th t' t pi.i M1. rs. FIrink T. Fh, ir iiand l lihil-, i(. l (rd;,e if th, li .iast.-rn m Star. Mrs. Hit-
` -4aj r and inlini.-ial nt wsl, ii I ';i|t, in lh ,In ll. i l Chiagi l. ;irri\,, e-nillv .Ill ti. F.. I:i", 11. 1 iN. pirw nt. .A *-ordi"l
z'a't^ ,itiit, rI state l-. r l his iiii;ail liienut. aiir t t ti- S i it u .xt.e.dJeI t,- all mxc.n-ubere of!
ianinttlclly l is' tn- lllIk0-r Chf it l- l-', lr lh the- hllr i i t ,t ,.l all othler m oitings
a Th -first s lul hit tlo f til e. wi%\ll 1l.
B A Y .-RA I.N E 'i 1. a mtl is ex i f thi ll r Id I lhr. T I'h ic're a lv i'c al oI t i n b e iIo rk
SHA .nRA lN. Lt.he lieh g -miven at the Clamn-udon Inn Fmrl-'- rv: I h. c ;-'. cInd mif th.co i l f irc i 1- ,i I h p ,r. Th,.crw;!', til be work
12. Tle lithops given by Mainager Iiillisi slai0, foi i v.vr ,f (hi t-- i last -h, ,1. A i
S-litln w re :'. pular and li ,, ,f,,,) at i ir hl- llie. frlitl l- i 'hi** i i- M .ns. K I.THMml.llE M.1 .LLO-G. W M.
0. will li, illn great favor this wint.r. Thi. t W. Hi I.uRTra. StI .
SPENCER BLOCK. NORTH BEA('CH STREET incest l.trictly invitationhil ffim.-. W. wN ill for 4 t1.) k.k ,I -
0MASON
B 14ll ll v,'y*V ,*x,'h il,. -o th, Il- l iiii ,'-II illi'i ."Any n, ll.i\i'ml ;i >,ig ,,tion ,,r S. M orton Q Mlr cw tHl Col-S M f A
ime Tlln ltOe plseysed to Call o 1" .yo1. lL I dl irt it imiammi, I. ,ili,-istii, ollilic i,,t.ie-i i r, invite,- to, baltd ro sp ciallet (
'e wri..le.. .h.l ei-ttt,,r flC r l ,, l illc !li4,c ;' .\ie,'a Ai,'liseis optician. of New York.
At itlito. -timlg uo tileI ta*veiSl l IIIIi- i si tcll il t .e;\twfi lI'4 dmdr gstore oll
.... .c .- -mis.l,'l V' lmo. im t'hcclm ma.,n tl.v Si mu ceccl; liliiex'iltix ..ldl I l i.t i l : ite l|0" 0' 'Ii .lll,
K~llkB^ ----- ^H ^^^ ---- ^^^^^ ^ votelUto invite. th.\lutlsia o,,unty Stin- 1,10 ,.,n4ilti .....,,rt,,i,,; 1 i l t, -at.t in.irti ,ha, Thir
ay A'hl ol .assK-iation to nliet l.m li 4 a1n1 h sioel ,ii .. i fe' il I, is i, li'c. s inllrtxet hy a Thjr
So I iv id u a l N e d s & -la a lii O mi t e fifth Ii h C- il, tifll illm I it 1""ll o1 f ce-l all n1 lIr;1 flf lll* lf c-1*;1 -1-1 Y itte' t by a
of the lelireiai iin %I-it '.'. cn kers ofth li t- tI\-e, ,r ie i-al Tt -d i .1r,'-ii e cf. 1 i 11i4iI l i. I ell ilJ. li a im i rtclr. ti ti ,o
Scth lpro in.twork.r oftl .Natin l Th d ily pI .r "- ""ll n '"ii 1 'ci ,. ti,,i.' t ,. of fC \,,c k ki known to the
fil i rtl tiilfll ln i ti i -t lit tot- Asso iltirel i i n .. II ., l licic ;il%. l ly hc ila l l ii, 1 t iit it ,. k ;i I '. -|,,i- i ,r,,,. fc.,,fc ts .,-c ,f i .i i,.; l .iaiic rie\e ..niell
ially ill e. \Ve dllon t I nlli" c li, ldil.xict th c iilit- c. lie .litli i ll i l. -i. iiI -1t ; i,l .crtti -- v i i ,ll ... .ii ,, li ,, f ,.-.
G r o c e r ie s ic i t ita b givI-)1,.l th..ier-ac t. h wih ict cfl...cl ,I u.h.. ... *'* **"*1 n*"*i1 l a l-c ,.i ol .,i ,.,i a l t,.-itilm in giv,-,n ti
u I ciis t .- ih',.ecmin \ .;t 'cmii-,c-c-lle.-t ce l h 'itlolli. ccr,-t 1'.'. 1\n|l,;mt ,iz.l *d/l i i 1 I! 1,,1 il ,l ilJ l, il iI ti -i-t!l't 'i ] 'lit mud cnc iL S
.v o (1 11 1t 1( > 1ut ,llloil1Y tiff, ki 1id t into o Illt-f I lt Ar. l len-l-. -l( .l ict j I i 11 11 it-cl eOIt.,I h. e1, ll th ihe cIllod.-II
th; I a al it il l-t 1\n dnIl ri-. :fl l ; t .i IT ,ll 'iic citi it, l .. ,l fi, i th, lil ,r .1 i .llet~fA i r- X Ill illCl-l i ai ld u. tiill f
a ta k .\ I".IiTh Iw alit *Av A ltE.1 \N l, l.,ll. 0' u i'.h th h1 I,-0 1: 1d. t "1 .\1'-,-it tifich -. minalilltioln ,of tile
tfc wl zoum e ie. Ik,- ia i l.S I tuck "r tit\-i alylthoughm e \v,:'r: mdi ,fli -,ill di'0 eIc'-.r- ,,l ,li Ia t.ll" ,-c,- lili,,,elfl' cit-.hil'u- I "lll'rV li fIn
,l[t, ,, inkgtl i + t "1 tltt, nyinli, ;t1h i.hc\,. ri* al an" dREPAIRING OF
m uli st I e f very hig h prlii d i .ec ciii- ii l il." \% iiij I\W li.lC,~ l Ic,- I'-e I ,. l.c.er p ird
suits bill 14 1tili.i' I ,.Icc'1ic -.,nniil. fi I,,:, i, I'-- cdi..,ALL KINDS.
.littl V, -lCh] |I a, ;ik add.10 .i)'.i ith cit!' : \ h'\V'fll l I I Till:1 II1 I 1P LIN llINli l.A llIPPECO '() t I
Youtry iar butter iadilI h sc"ih p. i tlt-tl, I a i llI illr ,I, .\ [ I 'ii- {-i 1iin ii. g'., .. ni eki' ,. a, i ;.--i. 1.-,7 goidl St.. chii ag, .c
th-'y a th' fr.-hest ,al t tci gu i tip. I t i I le c m l Ic i I-', i -I+il:t!- si i: l ct-i htad i :tll,1 1ry iiere- ta--oe.,
"c-tri liitt.-rs ,Is M al---r takin' it If, t a- "T i i ic : iid cii t. ..t; ,.i ,.i; 0i lc i I i i,.,. tid it ICft her wiith a v ry Iade
i I I 1... .. %. 1 1 1 1!. 1t 1 -ol teIli 91ilf L d It 1 i h r A I i t v rv


t I th nl' i tl ,-ic i i'- i cilc.-diiii..,icl A linu h ,c dg li. She tri-' I ,d t.tl,. ohi f ut'I .Y. s S.econd Door North oi Postoffice.
mi- i.., t-.. Pell *..-l dilli.l .l,. \.%I,,l HN T.A a i, t a it g c i .,le a iae, iat. -
ihe tlen lif lli llo-aii;inl-- w' ho l lie.0 us-l it P HONE 3
," t.iipp othat it ;1 i ".1 .-1r c..-: r.... A 5 e) Cut bottle *crd her cough P
re,irti that dii d not rtu. i Ior el entirely." Take no substitute. Dr. J. .i
by all druggist Joni ei h treot


YOURS TO SERVE.

o # o w J.E. RUSH.


w.1ll n' s I vir d i ii lll my li h \.- I ..r".-
'ly ruun lowi'n Ici'op :il';.'. 'd.,inl iin.w'
strong th anel vIigor f-- inln their .i-s.. Tryi
them. Satisfaction guaranteed liy Dr. J.
M. Jone. Only 50 cents


'Twill be Ready Soop.


'e Bros.


K **000 0000000***********

LAD L CO. CO


ir new store have a
lam line of...............


Groceries, Fresh Fruits,

n and Provisions.


REFRIGERATORS IN USE.


r. L. Douglas Shoes

Ihe Best on the Market.


RANGE ANENUE and SOUTH BRIDGE.



tcrs onto %at


Crockery,


Hardware,


Hay,


Feed a-d Grain.



& WALL CO.


d Building South of Postoffice.


Lrnes


St iia I fli t
Mrt Zilir, -S
,'' 'ii c .Mi li'. w injt .s


J- t -ii i ,l \ ;it
. ists-lry
Wate-b-s
Dolls
Fruits l lasstion
Fruits aud Nations


DEA.LL IN


N xp'lc i -c- rs
Fil-hling 'Taikle
BirdCl I ages
M;iO Boards
DI i''wing l'aper
M)lliul loodls

Toys
Baskets
Caridite
Bile- Supplies


DAYTONA. FLA. .


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jigWaiss,"GoWd &band,


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I w -Ilww


CV6=P of the

AP 'AV Am 2 1 =0
VI"W&K 200 3"'W OIL 2"Ir wcm manow.










a


I-_ADi-N1

,

ktelo w L Ve. tb IV.Ai et
AIm sAldaj r















. hdim wo the adppar* the
s1o ero sTaI O beat he ue. g
It wMal abn t n ts, both




"Porto range.
M-- e6r db oaemr o MAd bb wbO andW
w. ad" mBrd ow onel i bhe
Sh v to tao y d the d the Iof en
4 S -EOn 6 day thi" wek; they also



1hose was basket social last week in
01 --Ief aW@-oo up by some of
yombaih s oeaswell as some of the
M emti wasr. f burh bomeit on the pn-.
DOI PorIt was eh seial men, both
s st -ead pmattely that the ladies
a tatig m haing soanrw their one later

SAdwr hea observed tour publidan

Wainabl y aio ut goa tPree. snd
@. Daimproving the appeaee of the

T.r T R age sand son awChicago
&V a ma1t walks about te ccpyinoal
















ghin. Mn 8imeoe' iMs. Heiavery
bv. Armaold drove down aSunday and
qp- he vry Se1gly of the death of Queen
Vihoi ma his n sermon.
sr. Fair sad W e. Johamon ate busyI
Spa ag y ar. Labim r wil do, on the pen-

The Port Orage Social e ub met as
sual on W.day erveing at Ridw forod
IaM sad upent the evening playing pro-
gevve to emer, afterward partook of e-
thoeshits, the indulged ladyis a littledane

Do B i was the hosgen s of the evening.
r. dage arri duly o wd from Ch byago and
dhis family, who ane occupying

part pamtii^ of tree by the isa vehoory












pmat gtead a prominently.
S Wbusiness man of his ity.

J. .rt f L t of Rachel, N. C., writes: "I
hearty emdowe oLar's mawxn cuss It
doas what b claim it will do, united th











i beqitohig equal to itader dwithank you
or the good it ms do wme me." A ptui o
btitute. Dr JL. of ouri Va-












SH olly., w : had ee idney
mr. Joha som and family have moved to
th6b Roe formal occupied by W. Fu-
quay.
S. W. Harris left on Tudaay frank or a
visi to her daughter. mrs. Frank Harris
aies White, the su peninsula lady agrient
t aeMot from uredasting, visited hereearly
in th week. l tu throwing
aMrs. Abbott. of New myrnaround. He called
at oor school and was much impremted
wih he orintellge that ate of the inunhool.
Arbor day was duly observed by the
smul plamiting of trees by the school

We certainly must be assumig the im-
portaese of a prosperous superb of Day-
toUs, as last monday we were visited by
the ubequitous organ grinder with a mon-
hey; what surer sign of our inemaning
ebosequencedo we require"





















and report that at present the injured


m m s .in a fair way of recovering al-
though at arst the outloomk was very
S dim. Mr. Cranford was in very dueti-
tilecoadition anancially but the people
peninsula and guest of the dif-
Imeat hotels mweeded in raising a fair
Sisud purse with which they hired a
amme and looked after his present needs.


TO (IRE A CXOUGH.
Btopcoughing., as it irritates the lunge.
Sdgives themno chance to heal. mo.


o ib tke vgo g bab.o
Sbase t beb g eight Iai
6 s d off the hombo oemc. .
Iq ch Thu m evaag. Whe ddiseov-
md he had a ladder up to the window
a was Nscrawling imde. A son of
c. H. Lyneh sarted for the prowler
whermpoahedrewa knife, this theyoung
ma knoed froanm his mhand ad then be-
gam a chm which samtad in Thamason
beingeaptured on the North bride.
TRmMsMo has been aroun&dthmetio


hompson

a)e C-agdTMaswro
VALLEY9 1TE, SEA Balm=
M&KOS hiS CA~ndleS.


All my condim warranted to be perfectly
fresh and pure. I make a specialty of
Pmanut Brittle, Salt-water taly, cream
0,&-- --A ienn r


m W Abe wIM Oca
*



W seastaring as the wbMM shaMk,
eem its habit a Ieg tSor wh s as t
s the waves wheM the weather cab lM
basdk in the u. & etSiFt am &a
ba I the rhrieis. Tbhey s Its z-
me lea~th ti 40 ftee. Mt the are
lety C o salts who swear they have
eaM s "bakers"m feet oeag. Huge a
the baskinf dmhar It aseverw has bea
bswa to attack a maA.
One came ashore of the New Eatead
est some years agoe, ad another was


A Bright llaeest iBoy Wanted.
The tpublieher of the fmitou. big illus I-
trate-l wwekly nwslialper' t:NN..v.vA \
IA tSKIT. are now placing iIiwptentttiv's
at every post otffhe ill Florida. and they
desire to s'-ure the srvi-e of c'aialel- .
hlistling a eents in ea'-h of the foWllowin 1
towns of Volnia county: IleUtsford. Ila.i-
toina. Del'eon Springra. Il.iporia. Hlr-
wcid. (Ornng' City. Pi.-rso n. Sevill'.
Spring (arden iand in "such other town-
as anr not already sIuppli *. Thim woirk
is profitalik' andl hasanit. A. portion cOf
Sunday only is' requit''d. (hOvr O .13."(N
a ents arn d sing Sltlendidll.. No monee'
whatever i vrequitvd. Everything in fuir.
nished free. Stationery. rubl-.r sta:Wp-.
ink and il id. adi'erti-in matter. .stianple
'opiis et. lPalers ar shilpei'-too i ltpaid
for at the end of e'a-h month. Thoeis' not
sold art not charge for. Writ- to Grit
Publishing company Willatnieirt. I'a..
and mention the l itYT.,NA A;AZE;TT.-
NtWb I


Bewef ill not a coi.nnnl m-ieat. principally
4 tirue Crrur. teauive of the lilddhitit':c prejmidice
"'... vclu cvei :,;lt.e" 11 ..-erious UaIs Sgain 1 killing any icumisal. andi parti'u-
take in a prv I sriitiote :-.' larl)+ ~su h n u -ful ,one.
"N.\vor but o:tv." answered the drug in"e he' c-s ,'n se' ci e-e 'st-,mi,nally rear-
ted. p-ik is uiii.Imilitedly. alter ice,. the
clerk s a gloomy look passed over his lea imarti I. s. t ",-, i-is et .e it
face'. *I charged a a ait ao cents for a every f'-n.. antd ouc iIir v say that every
prescription lusteurd of 35."-Washing part ,f lthe nittiual is utilize.d for fc)od.
on Star l. venison. antelvope antd bear
ale ,,t;ai "-.i. tbut iu paesintg thiiough
Xarringeable Age. the m:l.'e-tN I|rk. muittn and fowls are
W'e' helleve- n young Ulau and a young the im.est ceonspc:uoiics.
wonMuI .u'l]uil 0 not marry until she For tish lthe t'tinee' have ano imniv-
knows I< iw to Itri bher owni hats and I oroits appetite. othing from the water,
he is3 p. il r.led i.t adlinit thal the baby either frc'ab or salt. heintg rejected. A
go It snutl .c front Its father's few kittens acid puppie.- may be offered
Folks. btr i .1 fro f r fur sanle iln cages. Those which are in
folks.- Detroit Jir:al tended f r the talle are fed uplon grain
and 'Ic.aiii food. wo that if the nature of
Simple Tesl. t, hit(4,,.- [4 tonieil..rted it is fart m.r-e
M1rs. Slharptonuti.- I f.-ar my bus- whih..ime than i. the tl tilean b0g. To
taInd's mind i .il .ffet 'eT surea test' article of foodm is pure tiction.-Forum.


lh s tti l ''l. h nil i l'll hi 'inr se'ak
to bhin ati :tll if 1ic' In u' s. lte'a saue.
--N P tYork \Vd.l.
erIeedly Adsa*ee.
X., -, tjk


tm acsemseous Toast.
Lord Clyde. 'oe day after dinner. ask-
ed a chaplain to one of the regiments in
India for a toast, who. after considering
some tis:e. at length exclaimed with
great simis licitF:
"Al.%U and alack a day' What can I
give':"


ImaD's On r As% TAR cure without caun- WORKINi 'q4iERTIIMF **Nothine twtter." replied his lordship.
isa strain in throwing off the phiem Eight hour lawo sr" ikritcie-l IiCon". tiL."4 --'" to th enro" .a-eut. wA Isgive aud a lapr
1a common cough expectorants. lr. tireless, little woirker-lhI KiItg'V N- d day.'140"
J. M. Jones. life tPills. Million. srn-il\\ i a.s at V.iIwo'k. Alac niean l0.1)i)00 rupees, or 25.000.
night and day. rurintr Inligestio,. Itil- which is certainly an income to make one
lioutmws. Con-atilmitin. Sick Hoaduit|he- happy.-lKansas Ciat3 independent
Ihe druggt will refund your money ,and all Stonmeh.I.iver sand I owel tr mit-
lyoa are not satisfied after uting ('han;- le. Efay. lpleamant. safe. lWe,. Ol2. 25: II- Prewa .td to the jlured.
hertain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. cents at )Dr. J M. Jon-'s dtu sti- ore, Cuatomer (emerging from bargain
hey cure disorder of the stomach. bill- counter crushti-Help! My leg is broken.
en1 constipation and headache. Ti' lt tern.ationltl S niid: ha e-li, Floo- d walkrtment,-Yu ilir. oud the Acrutch
Pceim c2 ets Sa amph hi. cutive C'ommittee ha- ltinl11t.d nit te-vat the rear.-Jude.
Sunday School Touer \hic'h extend ,i
The stock-holders of theHalifax River nars the continent. Five pra. ti.-al S'in-- l.D.D. ROGERS.
Bridge and Railroad company held a day S,-hool specialist sta-t in V'irginia
*meeting Tueday and re.eted the pref- in Feblruary. and visit eighte.n states. '/ ;..
eat okcrs for another year. The owners .e ing their w ork iKanas. f e hn. h civil ad Cosulting [nii|eer,
of the North bridge held a meeting the ing ieen to the Peifit"' oesi-t This in lie-To be sure, there are some pleas-
a.e and e electedd the present oSer volves over 10.010 ntiles ,,f mr'ael for ant things about a bachelor's life. but Da VIal Co-
I each member. The entire Iin ht i ill l, then there are times when one longs to
present at our state Convention at Ja k-. possess a being whom he can care for tP "caltics-Ii-"'ctin1 Mit eral Prop-
W- henyouwat a physethat is mild soaville, Man-hb 3-.. It will a rareop- and whom he can call his own: et s. Plants and Tini er Lands:
Su w ts p a is m i 8. he-Say. If you feel that way. why RoIaM eAin.tion f overflnsw ed lands
nd gentle, as to take and pleasat porunity for the Sunday School work-. 't you buy dg?-nelte Weprovenente. 1.1 t
I t see (hamberain's Stomach and era of our State and it is expected many eltere
-. i Table t. Prim 95 easts. Sample delegates will be present. For informa- 3 ,
bM. gwry box guarsiatmd. For sale tioa addr, H.B. Shaw. Orumond. Flor- AblQrS PA :aw m
by-an--r qit ---ids. h. Ji A.IhX .L, 1


olthmeoatiforsevewralyea aduaneati aie. Stop in an ee me. ,gn"ov- be-ached n tthe Waifornia cuait near
vuite meenty was mail carrier between the door. M. terey in l t. It wasupluea 40 feet
Poaem Park and New Smyrna. He no s iand itris leds color It to hardl prob-
doubt can give information about many THO P ON able that the largest specimen in exist-
of the thefts committed about town re- F. OMPSONce has been caught. There was a
cent y. time when basking sharks were termed
entommoa." but t time patsed so long
WVILL MILT AT OLAMND. %%IF that they now are counted extreme-
PILES OF PEOPLE l rare, anad the authorities of the Brit-
testify to the merit of BANNER SALVE in The Volusia County Teachers ~ lIsI museum have Iog made a standing
curing piles. It immediately relieve, and tion will hold its next annual meeting one. professor Jordan of the University
quickly cures. No other malve so healing in DeLand February 14 and 1.5. The of Cali.ornia. who examined the Mo-
Dr. J. m.Jones principal topics of interest, addresses and terey specimen. says that offer Dever 'his I
papers are as follows: willbetaken In his Judent.it wouldSCO
panir are r follows: requite labor equivalent to the work of SCO rl
Wel lo ly NeemN It. Thursday niorning-P-loilpnt Parkin- one man two whole months to lay s every hI
~ on's address; "Busy Work as a Means good sized basking shark.
F. J. Boyce, who is spending the win- of Character Developtnent." Miss Loretta The mouth of the Monterty specimen SION it
ter at the Palmetto House. in the origin- Law; "Memory Work." Mis Ella Har- was of apreling size. Stretched andf 'aiotnats
prerped open, it measured ten feet r
ator of clock golf in Daytona. Last Sat- well; "Order in the S.hool Room." Miu jaw point to jaw point, and it its throat This gr
urday he played out the grounds and the Helen Holbrook; addre Preswident Fish. had been of proportionate dimeneionl such va,
game became popular with the gue@s Thursday afternoon-Hllawthorne." the nt hat a fish could not hvet
immediately. The gained comprises Miss Martha Brown; "Penmanithip.' ploded Jcompletely. A team of hee rst;
twelve posts representing the dial of a Prof. W. W. Fry; spelling niatch-wotrds wouldn't have been too large a moithfu have v I%
dock and are numbered front one up to taken iron Swinton's Word Book. for the Monterey shark. No one knows selecting
twelve; th object of the teeing Tayigt-Exei at Sttonwhat it weighed. for there were no aeail-
twelw; the object of the game ibing to Thurtiday night-'Exevin r at Stson able scale, to weigh it on. but ( tons. sed ill
make the dial in the lenat number of University. or less than an ordinary locomotive. the fine"-
strokes. At the White Mountains, near Friday inorniingt-"'onmtuon Erroe in was given as a conservative estimate.
where Mr. Boyce has a ummner home, Reading and How to Avoid Tlm." Loadd on a specially constructed truck pet
this game was very popular last summer MiNwp Elizalbeth Hopkin and Edl na st wold haule itakenov a doenal par on
The best ncore here sofar is twenty-seven Williconibe; "Oening Exr.n'ie." lw'y rent. and m-re wovnl havae- j,*w re- skillfull
which was made by Mies (ioodwin; Mrs. Mor3ley; "-Reading." .Mr. T. '. True- quired to transport it ,ver an ,:(luu:'ry ingredie
Kinbark eomes next with twenty.eight. od; "English," Prof. K. K. Itrou.; ar is t htd road. re
some of the other ladie irquentedl us noti addrew. Dr. J. F. F .or i y. T Ihe anvely. w sase is prodeite relai iv !j T
to publish their core a forty wint the Ftiday afte.rniooin-llIusitiew .eiott; Ultle of commercial vrle. Neverthihee.. Thir
bet they could do. We are very much titernomn and night. wne nt.ttiionily at the Portutnepw etoheromen who canpti 41 many S
surprised to se that hotel nmn, especial- Stetson lIniversity. Music. athl eti the o at .ery got three barrel f strong a
ly and the people in general of Daytona. Portsl. addlress-. e.t. Pl-'resinlett ioi tried o It ,f irer of the laflker p- e and rosvy
have not taken steps to promote amume- Brown ['niversitv delivers prvnientation tared on t1r* New England bore. -Chi- anaetic
ments of this kind kong ogo. While it ib A addn. cale C'hronicle. and rest<
undisputed that we have the most beau- DOCTO'S JOKE thousand
tifulcity and finett leali on the Eat THE DOCTOR'S JOKEI ConsumT
Coast, amiement of various kindstarem ,PULe OC 0eTY X T T liri. but I.t r ua.y. bt HI Pa- If ou ha
demanded by the visitor, and if they do : The annual lnl;i." mt ,i n th4 'o- tl*'1t*iw !s Utko. Io. s Ceoal
not fnd them her. ..any of then will go | l0Ititere in anything the oldh] oettr 409-415
not nd them he. many of themwill go man's Missionart1tt .v nill t. he ill dreads. it is to get the 'bhronic eases. S
elsewhere, the ('ongregational <,.'unrhi Suntlay venu- WIfen he encounters one -it them. be at- '
-- iug. Febr'uary I, at r,.-ve.n ,'.it.k Fol- mort reads to Pffect a cure. If the pa-
Egup for hatching. pure blood light lowing in the pjigrani: ent does get really inwell or itio a p-
Brahma,. also White and :1Brwn ILg- Singing. Htymn .Aithetlm................... I'hir pearance. all the other chronic eaes in I
horn. Scriptun- r.uding ..........11r. .1. Itrown the arighbmrb'mdi. all the persons similar
W. H. HiATH. IoL.v HILL, FLA. Prayeir......................................Mir EKuis' 1y aff listed within the kuowldger f iT be
resc. H. H ra ... ...l one and all ihat are within the
Singtingi. Ilytunt 642................... knowle-tlw of every, "u wh.i ba hard
Frnwdi Peredee Thw-wm A wWar ............... Choir tnil ('ein' itiei j* the ,-a, are n;.>cip!y a-nt 'r, the tuu
SReport of. STrntaryv........Mrs. Edinolsd.oitn j suce s ful doctor .Aud it is asking too P ITCT1
The Florida Farmer and Fruit G(rower Wl rt (f Tr-astMn-rr............ HMrs. Haw'ke'r nith ctf a physici:t.n to rotlett him to fob 1e
aserts from 150,000 to 2)00,000 pack- Honih Milltoitt i.1 llehricht............ t teaoL h-ly. WtI way pay t the prtfere o j
ag of Florida produ. valued at $20. ........................MM Iss L A.ro.i Iregnrd .'be ehronir ise'q as hoplessa. to
000 are thrown away in New York City Story. "-He-r Narrow L.ife".....lis x('orwina Well. a vretersas phy'iinin at Whbeatoo i Patent Li
every year. This deplorable result is Iyntn Anthem ................................ Chair had ad. the e.t t.at be kn
brought partly by indifferent ortingand Foreign Misoions.........Mrs. A. Wilkintom n heit'd)it preeldis,,ittion to h.'art a.li
packing of indifferent produce. but chief- Experienwe of a A. M. A. te'ie'h--r..... live. troul.leh asudt ,n.- whose habits of
ly by indiscriminate shipping to one cen- ......................... liS. E. M. P'.vk life had te'raded it n- atvate the tua;a-
dies. lie w.*- in'el1" I,.-h-lrs nd bad Ab
ter, producing congestion and a diNeaed od'M; tied s.. the dwo. it ,s ani d '.l ttlw. patd.n AM
market. These facts, says the Farmer. Singing Hyinn ;1 ................... ..... medicines he ce;al.1 rc.-.'-h r 'm, u in.
illuminate with a calcium light the ne- ..............hoir atndl ('cimngtion And the veteran, phyei iatn treated him
ceeity of organization among g the grow- Mizsath lIenldition .................................. withlmt giving the' f:"muily a whit if .t
ersof Florida to regulated the distribu- Musi- will t-I by the t'hiir of ( tl' C hopU- e.tw because i,' had tinie to gire. He .
-;went out '.n, Siil'S1.1% lln trWh hhe was
tion, as the pineappl*'gro\erxi have done gregational church.! sure was hi% last visit andl fm:nd thap a -::-
from the beginning. The Fartner suggest* Min e Peck was for twoe year aIiong certain remedylv ihi .b he bad prescribed ----
as a partial renedy that Florida pro- the mountain white at lPi.e Mountain. ae wntedhich.. till r theffe of rk
duce be shipped to ntarkete in the south. Tenn., under the autlpi ces fthe'Ameri-an ducinu th,. bh:trt a'tin. had been admin-
where the awakening lprinep-rity hus rer- Mis.ioniarty as.soiatiion. Isterel ;lb,,.it t'te finll*- :I- often as be
ated a demand for and the means to pur- had di.c*etl t 3 pid
chase more luxuries. '"Why. I said; ive' thi .at 3 p. m..' said
hamo luxur. KLEN'S ARNICA. S.LVE. the d,.tor, l.iltl.g a*t hli wr itten : -

LA GRIPP QUICKLY C'URE.D ltne world wide fhit.n for wilt '1 >s "I know." -rsai. ,the aimattur nurse.
e'u(eR. It Purlt.sse y eill y ,ther salve. lee- "but I cthug:t y' t ,. ea l, esiten then and
"In the winter of 189 4. sn1d 199 I vwam tion ointielnt or hatlnl for t'uts. orIWs. give every hre hours. te same as all
taken down with a eevereimttackof what Biurns. loiis.. orew. Felons. I'ler. Tt- the e thre r. e e s ll
it called La Ggripp" says F. L. H v.wett. a terse. Salt Rheum. Eriptioics: Infallible e.. ll.re replied the old actor as caln '-
prominent druggist of Wintliel. Ill.. "The for Piles. ('ui.guaanteed. olily 2.> '.nit ly as if it were a matter of ore or less --
only medicine I used was two bottle of at Dr. J. M.. .Jones drung t...t. bedclot:hini "it doe-sn't matter."
('hamtberlain's Cough Remedy. It broke-
up the cold and stopped the coughing And it., difent. Aoks like a rather grim
like magic, and I have never since ltwen New fast anld 'comfeirtalle lhanu1'h stor). d,,.'u't It? Bf t tof the
doctor, whe heard of it after the fu-
troubled with irippe." Chantberlain's "-Yainket, lliioill" will make e'xcursioni aneral. r-g'iard it as ofne of the cleveiest
Cough Renwdy can always he dependIedlto the headquarters of thie- romto.-a at iokes in I'-w profession.--Chicagu Post
upon to break up a wrveren c aml and hil h
off any threateheid attack ofeeloWi niiia. i c. n e alls'li Mi< It is |ileanant to take. t(ee. wthilh in:tkes Itkok ill frointl tof the linlk. h ( e.e IbR atll.
it the moit dlalenahle and ,itwoofth' imnist It is p: ,obablyi t'ie r tili' (t'l Chiiie' use
popular preparations iinuP for theow -ail- a great. r vrtiie.ty iof m.n;e: than .I the
mentor. For sale by all ruggist. rVpSi little. ,t, i- s;et 1 other countri s.. although I, t
t _little .a>; I is ,f ,nm t f(or ra.;i ; r flor
--I -. -,.n f .. Ifirm


.,iJk'hs A WL)MIY A

(KINO6 DiSINESS


*


picture is tlie trade tnt of
'S EMITTLSION. :Ia.i is oi
ttle of SCO'r"l"S IMlI.-
i the World. ~lhich ntow
to iaitay millions k.. I V.
'at 1tisnin.,s lia- glowti to
st pt o o'>t iont.x,
*-]ccattse the proprietors
.ays I-eeln lio-t (t:l:;.t:c inl
Sthe various itgredietnts
its cominpositiona, tlanllv ;
t Cod Liver Oil, and the
[vpopho'-phites.

nd:-Because they have so.
v combined the various
nt-, that the best possible
.r:e obtained by its; use.
:.-Because it has made so,
sickly .. .;- "';*.iren
aud health, giveii lalth
cheeks to .< n;.:'-v .lt. ,
girls, and heale, the: hl.'gs
ored to full hlaltih -o many \
is in the fir.t .-ages of
option.
ve not tried :-t i c- fret .anrmpie.
e taste will 'un ri.-e < u
OTT & DOWNE. :etn:st'
Pearl Street. New 'Sor.
1C. and l..ocz a:: CruZgiL.


First Cabin. S22-50: SecMA Cakbi--


w-s .'t


Steerage. $12.50.

For corresponding low rates from other point, informatom, e p*
BASIL GILL, Agent. J. 8. RAYMOND. Gemmral 8otta 4
220 W. Bay St., Jackeonvilie, Fla. 0
G. H. CLARK, Agent, Daytona, Florika.

C. H. IALLOR c & CO., Geneni Agmts.
Pier 21, E. R., New Yue. Y. I


Tri-Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN

JACKSONVILLE aad NEW O
Calling at Charlstoa, 8. C., both way.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE OASTWIl SKEIS.


The


South
North


e Clyde New England and Seth ULm .
Direct Ser"ice Between
JACSONVILX.LLr. 9Tron AID PU W"n MC&.
A"ID ALL EASTEZWKRNV PW
Calling at Charleeton Both Way.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
Sboued .. ...................... Fr.. Lewis' rW u h
bound .............. from W t foegAa i s et liakesadm

CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINE
Jib.fto .. :I .


i Between Jacksonville and Sanford
.STOPI'IN AT PALATKA, ASTOR. ST. FRALNCIS, BERESFORD, (D3LA)se
BLUE SPRINGS and Intermediate La-ndings on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
STEAMER "Cty of Jacksonville"
CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
18 APPOINTED TO SAIL A- I.LLOWS:
Leaves Jackmaville 3:30 p. m Snadays, Tuesdays and Tbaredayl.
Leaves Sanford 9:00 a. n.. Noedays. Wedsesdays asd Fridays.
,S4uthl tuInid Northbound
lReadl down SCHEDULE Read up
l .av. 3:lio pm...............................JAc'KSONVII11............................. arrive 2:00am
M :4.3 ipm ............ ............... T K ................................Leave 8-.0 pm
::141 mi......................... ...... .... A T( R............................ ..... 2:30 pm
4::3 o ; n.......................... .......ST. FRANCI S............................. 1:0 0 pm
...................... IHERE FORI ():1..NI))....................... 12:00 n'n
: m .11.. ............................ BLI'E SPR INGS......................... 11-. 0 am
A rrives::0 ; .................................... SA N FO R ................................ 9:3; am

General Passenger and Ticket office,
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
W H. WA.RItII II'\. "T. I'. .. F. M. I)N'IONl;E.IL .In.. F. P. A..
19 Stn. t St.. N *w Yirk 2(114 W.st lItv St.. Jarkmuville. Fla.
i A. I IA. E(;;RTY. I':,.Is. A., nt. A. I LVE...LL. Ai.. Fhl. Supt..
I3 Stutt. St.. New York. F'oo.t flogii $t.. Jacksonville.
TiH IHI.IALEY. I.x.;al Frt. A.t. JNO. L. 11OWARI). ,Sperintendent,
not II f*ag n St.. .;Ji:ks. s invill.. Foot llogani St.. .Jluksonville.
THEO G. EOER, WiT. P. CLYDE & CO..
I.-i.-n-erl Mnlitag.ir. Gn-ieral Agent.,
I'lhei,.-hrolgh li'nilling. 19 State St.. Opiposit.- Iattery Park, New York.


DIXIEE


FLYER"


Fram

Jacksonville --


St. Louis ad Chicago

DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE.


Leave Jacksonville
Ar. Vallost:t
L.V. Vhldosta
AI. Macomi
Lv .Mac'on
A.r. Atlanta
Lv. Atllata
A r. I I I 'ia ,. I
I.V C lhat [licilal,1.t
A. Nash'.tille
Ar. .M:ritin
1.v. M1artrini
.\r. t. I.-jui-


Y@ Am1I2


NO)RTIIIBHlN 1I
.Li .illt ,". V'a. i .t ta ,'< W ,-t,'. ; 1:. IC

(;eoritia soutelirn &t Fll:. R:eilw: v
i'orgi.a Slout iihern i:l;, R.alda .
centrall of Central oef t-,oertia K-tilaa V
WVeste&rni A' AtItmitiv 1 iIlr.,oI.Il
Western & Atl;at'i, l's:.anl ral
Nashville, Chattanooxt a t .t. I outs K'y
N-'.hl ille. 'Cll:'tallir>. :t ; -1. L.wrs It'v.
N siiville, ('liatt.mA;:;ta o .'I. I.ou:s R'y
Illinmois Ceiitr.iI l.ilro.el
I liwioi,. 4 central l;eliiroa'l


S00 p. m.
I 30p.m
11 36 p. a
.4 10 a.m.
4 25a. m.
....7 3 a.us.
.P 16 m.
.1 00p. m.
12..... p. m.
..4 6 p. I ,
12 I a. ,t.
12V 2 a, m.
7 16 a. m


F'. IC. 1'. .1 ieke-.ccille tee Laks I i'. v: ,S40lithlern J11141Iill. to macott;
4 e. t* -.1 I si t u oeer i a RI ..-.t oe A t h 1ir : N '.&I.-A I t.l i.% t o N at.h vi lil p: th en ..' v ia S t. L o u is,
C hi itr ~ 4 iwic miusi lt ito 'ei itt et (of tinatiemloye

Ali 'r~'.iiet. rc :,u-%r, a' .'I~Car Bervn rt~vrve'l. Will ie gls*I
Tn*..... h..,t*clK r- i'I h, 111a'.,.e.iv or my ,eII'.v, tVi Wvxt HlN. :'treet. br.,pp e a Liue.
W 1hNNlKiwMs. G'i A.111 a Traffic' Ihejartineut. .Jacsoenville. lFIA.
.1. '. IIfoc..E,.u.' t o-'~e.itg'r Age-# t. ..tiiennnah. GIg.
E11.Ifi. vNro%. 'l';.flhic' 3amtwger. Siivannah. G.-


Private Boardig House.

.s irs. HI. A Gray.-aa


Corner Oak anid i',,oicl Stre'ts.


P'ALATKA. FLOJiDA


All Street Care Pass the Door.


TERMS REASONABLE.


>


cteame onectlcus ave imbeulb aft(13eis

Via Cmberkaid Ron&s at 1Sa .. d tSDa(IOM6.&w MLIMF

Passem n esarrivW godhuetlyabadsed ma


Rates to K Yorkru


IFIL- Ids.11m.,Nk


wtavt or iip ; *
M41ARK. COreln6M e M_
N Bd mddL, ktch, oe
-zanusUi sad advice.
I PATEN Pfe beUror pst
.A.MSOW& O.
awyen. WASH I NGTON. D.C.
>%'anwsi- -'










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camgb. W gam a-

t ~IW h aitused" ith em..
~~Ii. b s nds Ses a.ebiau.e hc


AME SALVE Lac piles. It's guaranteed.


WASIN"TON.
NEWCTIMoEm




LOISVIE*
ATLANTA,



R ST. LOUS,
A U A MI N &A M Wr. UANSAS OTY,



1W IftEW YORK&'AM

FLORIDA LIMNITfED
no btL laseratlIm TnS inf thoe Wan. El_--ete Pal Eq
(Daily mept Sneday.)
a swkMe -m New York, e ly bhra. St. Augustte to New Vork. only 34 h..

1'Mr mlew AMW FWDA EXPES
iA&l TH M UII TI STA1E= FAST MAIL


THE CHICAGO AND

FLORIDA SPECIAL
(Dly eeepe Sadayv.)
S tap u PdIIM Teal TkhrMes to CisageC Withet Chanp.
9j1sl- e toC~te-. ly 31 hbams. St Augustine to Chicago, only 32 hours.
"mew1 AWMDA UMir=

I VtaUh td Tains, Paulss Drawing-rom Cars, Through
oachnes ,rfect Diana Car Service oN all trains
i s TA via Sotur Railwamy ae ted in Connection with the
fl8int from Jacplnville

Par aL Schledle*s d laformation, call on or address
La mumm. T.l ll W. T.C Traveasw PacgL ag em

^- -al nE a *T M ~ A

Scene In Po. tugal at the Rio Porto Vineyards.
CDARTIGN THO PORT OGAPES TO THE WINERY, ON THE HEAD OF MI'.N AND WOMEN
WEAR TNE VALLE DE MENETIZ WHERE THEY ARE DUMPED IN THE
MASBINOG VATS TOU E TRODDEN FOUR PORT WINE.
The rugged hills with projecting rocks of brown stone and shale
containing a large quantity ot iron, make it impossible to use wagons
here hence the grape have to be carried to the treading vat or larger
sa they are called, and some are large enough for twenty persons to
tread, whach they do dancing to music furnished by the proprietor. i
iR:Z4 w _v:;


ALl'iRi:iE) ,'.IER,
the Pioneer v-!ne grower \< v T :- ..' x- .e Port Grape wine and
Blranuy r.-.als the wor:-. i::- .. i .: I' 1t G rape vines many
years ago. ;,:. .i:.x.cd v:p.evarv:- 'a'. P -. 'ali'" N. J. The soil
t Passaic ccn New Jlerv v, i *1 t, that of t e'.Menetiz.
? Speer's New .J-:'cy.' Vineyards
re situated in tl.c l'esaic valCr ,.. the mountain range and the
aSpeA are L :t.i ( t ie winery rii he towvn of Passaic wheie they are
nmsed betwvt.n :< .:ers made f r..bber, which do not break the'seeds,
agd made il"* e, '1
Theme grml .iwi..;s ofSpeer's t'-at have mdlowed in flavor in the
Ceoarn t Lc.,rin ..... : .:in:. e the ciioiccst mn-s in this country and
em only le. b.. d.id ty p.,vi.:: a, :ce :itat is 1- t'her than new wines
fuomi western vinrva'ds. Mr. Spe, r deems it necessary for a healthy
Wine that it be i J;oy. ye.,s to mat:iire in wood to get id of its
mOrue p.rt'; w;'':h this ol j.ct he keeps his wines several years in
fteigated te I .rs and trequi *ntly racks before bottling or offering for
male. The r p r -imn of Speer's wines as a valuable medicinal and
taaily w.- x'"'**- around the world
C_7.Groccrs and Druggists 'll Speer's 'Vines and Brandy.


NMASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry.


Western & Atlantic Railroad.

DIXIEIE FLYER ROUTE"


DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS TO
NASHVII.E.


L ICIS.\.\LI hI


caffytU9 through pulmdua'm Uestlbui d Btiffet SI& pa.cJwereeet e t

ILa tis and Chkv9 i lao uiho aat c-/a".9cq. ( '/W w' f A'."'.
UT luiorlation relative to rate's. wse-l ecIdcI- etec tor' for celeepci're-*ctcc'.Cl'cte


C. HARMAN, Gen. Pak m Agent,


TOSM M. DOYLE. Fla. I'.. A.'lit.
Jacksonville, Fla.


H. F. SMITH, Trafe )aaager, Naahville, Teunn.


-;+v


. -r.


given t6e-m ci t end fo* C lt t i ie' -Titin c. .-..... i
given its erran izati eli. 11t li I :C i c* 1 i !:.; liv i' s '.
The- erhial featuru.s ef th "e i Th. ri i in. i, '
While not pidlonlilal tillss. .ii I '.it i.-r t : i .I
eMAlt lee- ted, a re'eletion hieing w giveli theil' '-.
.cIfAi.;ingdelegteststhesayr ehsIsh.ITa,, I, d, 11ves i, -e., ,ad., .Famrmo et or e eturbyb-ll
Ayw'ee Tlidln a ,lketendd t- a liatat th e lne 'i'e ) ie ieTIe l-:1 1 ', INDIA, L ITER, L A, WORTH and BISCIATZ 3I
ilven o pa sly alo- rt'hkem'k andllmIt ilightl. r .* n IM ; s .I5te see C tc uMia e cti c
tktm strictly indentlanHdbook Pato m
sent free. Oldest w Y e y I sMeeurm' suotein t _. i llli lld the. ;, -
csentr o4. w tho e na .o l joiniuilg in. til'lrn-l inlt. e.rl t.:n Mileage Books. FLORIDA EAST COAST AILWA
I S C ~ l lm ty L ra t iv ftu '.it "r ,,f .,1 1 )1,l- r ., ,,, ,IT ., ,I ... .,,,f 1
Abandsomelytlhitral ed we kl w ky. rI elstt \el- l s ro'l il. io. ...i~ I- ,,i:.,i i,,l, l c i' c i I,. ,i,' tI-
misLIon of any orieont.1c joreal. i'efua. $
1 ear: fmrionthaS.L IF lWb eanR l i. ishh inl tii eir diisllay of eahlici i I ui.p ,lNT c ..... i : "- i '
ML --coC*s **I great li.N Ti w..e aitin Ii t -. I ... .... 1 .i
O e M. rtW..Wa latoni D.. talent. .,Wen s .rvel ilin ith1, r. ue i 1e'' i' '1 T. ., ..,,l,
ve i lig. alid an. int.- le sti l rier ilU e% \\ !iI ; ,i .. I. Ii, it
9A1 it giv-n. he '..tios 1 he I p *
iEhIti Ii ,e'mtIe.i e, eh,', Ic" n n~.l F retnw beatlhn l&, East Censtof Fllrlda, h tes i sp
c*&J-c le.ez 'c illgl .'.elida, sad other information, seaderos
el "c !.3.PAIn r r ri tsawic m a n taurmr


1HAl TO IOI.MJIh Pi t oil he1:
"'I was just al.oI t gPei,.. I nit,- 1;-. N \ll e i i \\ I': 'l \ I "\ '
Rosi Richa sire l i"s of l .ii r l St i:; -. N Tsli- 1;' ,-, I\ 4 I., 1 14 i1
I'.. -"I hliad c'lons iiiltioili s hi:icl tli it t)l. e'el i ;i i )' 1' .' -'!. i nl i \ I 't
lew st 4le-etort sill I oiill Il t ii ic i li h \ I i :1. : ... I t.. .ii -
thanl i um inthli. h t I ,Io. ;in ti i : -. le -, I .. I i \. ~ .
K iliig't Ne w lis-cove.ry 1i I. I .i- \ hi,,].\i t '- v i% .cl ii :i : :.i, Y 1..
Criirtl loyv seven lli ttleh.W i t:i: l aliiti >\ l t. I ,' l ti ,I i ", Vt' "' c- -.e .i:e i l'i
ailnd well." Its li Inilii'ivil 'Cl lif l.'-av i si '''-''' I : -t.. ,; .e,,t-
for t'ocnsuii itptioi. Pl'iie iialiiii. l.a tnrlll i idi'l nec, r1 ie \. i it i T!-TiZ;-l it. ,lit ii-
anlI B 'ronlic ti s;t infai llibll, le. I I' l I. !" l -l I '. h, 1 s Ii ti ic I ,c:l;
('i' l. t A iiiea. Hl;y f,-vi. r i li ii' "' e .
W hl )opiinlg 'loiugh. (h ariilrl.ui l.I I, tl. i.. t'C'l I tI.. t .: i. i r, i i -..ii.
5' i -eits an ld .Il.iml. T rial I .ot li.- i- ic% l I-! I \ il *l t I,.c', : i t1 i- i ~- i
all druggist. *'o:r.l at;,l Cr: 1' r -:n i !. :i!- .re .. ,-t -

Field's Minstrals showed to afullbousc DYSPEPTICIDE
Tuesday evening. The greteit aid to DIGESTION. i


12 ..T.fe NOWW...
~ rn mrimTels you all about it ai4 de4.ribp* ove
3 *~ LA) vaurtir% of .wtice Eruits sandflowers,
IOrz nges wMPlain-,. Peru mm, Pcms
3 Fgu.tberrle. Ri'gt Te-.Ooe
16ILBS OrametlTrees. R4.,.. etc.P.
Also; -r.-le~e of Field and (Gard~en Seei atid 'rancy Poualtry.
Also 1 rig for the Farm,4 Orchard or Garden .g.
^.940 Good.-andlow P11bAm" 00pmottos
Catac 1 r r -.. Th 8#4,,mW Rms. Co.,
3 Krseim e5 Grund


mm


-AA DW millmsaas so" a ofe e orn... Ab-_1
S9 0 1Owilf to tde ited anset of 0 Majer Iward F. Ao0 o6r9a-
w wm eMIto peI a l peMrt Kerteebly, died at ha winter home h
dt le oms ion of th Florida State Daytons, Friday, February 1st, at tWo
lidenratieo do woman's clubs liat week, o'clock in the afternoon of heart disease.
saa plal batirltb as itappeared in The Major was on the street during the
h"st* s A bwy's a i of the Jackaomvkl imao.and wasbaing wa ry won sat
19 Tm usim alUad Cimela. just a few minuteM befow the Grim
The Florida tate Federation of Won- lReper's cal. The funeral was held Sun-
a's Clubelossid, a day or two ago,a day and the remains interred n Pine
aons snb eea.. ses-ion. It was, at the Wood tanetery. TheHalifax if a.
ANM ENC OPMUDM invitation of the Palmetto Club, beld at oerted the remains and fld three volleys
atf .bfAtf % ffat af i* W a Daytona, and there, last Wednesday and over thOe grave. Deceased in survived by 3
.F -wI euuiu--- (Tl f ThImlday,,thesixth annual convention of awife, a daughter, Mrs.C.A. Robert; '--
the State Federation drew together a and a non. Geo. M, Roberts. all of whom J*
OVWR Z,0ooo TOPIC&. n mber of delkates and enthusiastic co- werepresent at thetime of his death.
OVER 10,0ooo ACTS. workers from all over Florida. Seven of Major Abbott was born at Conneaut.
the ten clubs in the federation sent delp- Ohio. February 22,1824 and graduated .
V-aAL FEAT RE gates, and reports were read from seven. from West Point in 1847. He, an im- "
The ceasus of vi. the Village Improvement Society of mediately sent to Mexico and served as
1900 National Green Cove Springs, the Woman's Fort- captain through the Mexican war. At
and State dec- nightly Club of Palatka. the Town Im- the opening of the civil war he received a ]BY LAND A ND SEA.
tim returns. provement AsmsociationofTarponSprings cominmisosion as major and was a-osigwed Florida to New York Boston and the
F ourceOturisol the Fairfield Improvement Amnoriation of to the quarter master's department of t .
SABericas $ Jacksonville, the Village improvement the state of Ohio. He was a member of
"3s8 Po i Amssociation of Orange City, the Palmetto the A. F. & A. M. Major Abbott has Short Rail Ride to Savannpbh.
(ofn ofn 1 (0 f Club of Daytona and the Woman's Cliub been spending his winters ill nvytona
it conventions of Jacksonville. The flubsof Tarpon aince 14!4 and leaves a host of friiilds TEENCE via Palatial Expreasa Si k fte BAVA AP
a d" P *IS Io ).* Springs, Rockledge and (re-cent City who symp.ithize with the family in their SAILINGS EACH WEEK t NEW TYORK AK
Anerlcan rulemn were unable to have repnentative' sadl Ie',awlIntltt. w -m
the pe present, the Tarpon Springs report being / Conntions with New York ad Bostoa Shis O hant
N w goven- read by a delegate from another club / 5tate i** Meeting. A.11 t; Lk t i aInt, and hotels are supplied with monthly mailing shedim.
wal Polarc lon t lm Iin19 een clubs psented approximate .Ihe Florida State Prn isa.ciation Write.r g. r.1 information, sailing schedule, stateroom reseervation, or a
Conclusion of the South African Ta mem enip of thne hne l e will meet in threl. days session at Miami. W. II. !'L-:.'\..i S. WALTER HAWKINS,
war. Pan-AmCrCan el onThe nenon opCuned on WednefJack- Mah <20. Following is the program: liun'l Fr't ,,l ls'.r A.\ent. (Gen'l Art. Traffic Department,
f 90. China-Its prest co- morning, M. W. Summer, of Jack- resident, address. J. W. White. New I'i I 25- N,,rti l'iv. r. New York. 224 W. Bay St., Jacksonavila,
dition and status among nation. sonville, first vice-pesident. taking the Newspapers. Pa-st and Preent. .ohn .. WV. WILKINSON, A-mt. Daytona. Fla.
Roster of general office of the chair in the absence of the president. Mrs. M. C'alwell. Lake (ity Index.--
Regular U. S. Army, 1789-1900. JC. C.sekm n. The visiting (lub were Influen.,c of the Presm on Publi.. Mor-
warmly welcomed by Mrs. Gertrude W ls. J. eimge. Etis Lake R*gion. L A N T S Y STEfn
"A Pol I iRster Ech. president of the Daytona club,. who To lhat Extent Should the We.kI1
A al in her addrne of welcome. briery review- tNewspar vk To Bea Reflc.tor and
womena n the-h. ine nconditio. auini nt What Extent a Creator of iuli. 0:in The Great Through Car Line from Florida
Facts that every patriot women in the lining of the nineteenth ion? John, I. Jo.insto]n. Dade City Deme-.
and _, I and of the twentiethcenturiee. Mra. Cum- p T .h oNI
and VOter OUght to knOW. mer,in replying, dwelt strongly upon the rat l T F. M Flor- CO N N
,11d ei "luL'necesity forstill further work.especially AdahlExmont.
t ional conditions in F or da. Free Advertising. Frank Walpole, Pal- The Atlantic Coast Lmne, via Charleston, RidipW
S d hi Frd umetto News. TO TIlE and Wanshinigton.'
Postpaid to aydd The pnesilent's address whihh wai read Sonme Advise from an Old Editor to The Soutihern Railway. via Savannah, Columbia sd
by the vice-pre"ideit. Mrs. summer was Young Editors. Frank E. Harris, Orala ,shington.
^. I E WORLD, an excellent paper; it urged upon the Banner.
s P W Ose l D .. New Y u,.cnlnM paprin the federation to devote Md.l Form an.d Make-up of a Weekly.v Th. Suthsern Rv. via .le.sup. Atlanta and Chattal
much attention to the educational ad-r. ar. Tit il TO THE Th Lisvilllle ia Montgomery
-vakenwiwnt of the State, this particular Ediwop riaago Weig sytu.r vaT. 1ThvaeC- t iltimbia. Ash"
work having been adopted for principal Frank __. _tkr; ate ity hr i R. via .1ry.
object of the year by the federation at its .. Nwspar 'uati,. fi R-is- m-
.JN THi FARK 5O1 convention in 1900. Nvwspaloer. 1 ] a t "*, >>,>,rkh.ia pih adnonn *teamship compto n.
S.Much routine busine was transt, lI .knvlll M l',is. TO TIE N York. I'il.d, Iphi and Boston.
.routine buTineh, Te S eiN.ty columnn Miss.E.NellieBeek, al ia; S aSllah a.Id M.rcl':nlts anrd Miners Traa
and the application of the Housekeepers" Miii Metr,,lis. tatimi"" 'o"paiVy for Baltimore.O P
h e D Club of Cocoanut Grove for admission to Ti.. lo.al P'age.. C. L.. Bittinglr. (k-ala I..- t
S--ay the federation was granteVl. In this ion- star. TO KEY W ES-T AND HAVANA"
nectionS the convention tooktilt- i co. Co .rL. Roljhrtson. Brookv-
G great sadw e tunity toexprest its earnest wish that ville, It.eister. VIA I1 .\I% L..{ and OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO
all of Florida' Woman's Chluls should Th,, Si dN, .wspap.r. (;eorg. w
N e p p rs identify themselves with the State Fedhr- Wilson. Tiuts Uniionm a ('itiz.ns. ro Nova Scotia, Cp-- Breton and Prince Edwards Is'nd Vit Boston and Can.
ution. and so make at strong. coinmlat't : .. i,,(it4 ,,f ()rianiization to Newvs;epler i.. 1', .. I1 I 'l.it St-iAmshlip Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Char-
d1JM.8. working organization. M.n. T.T it. llAr;ig. Latke- ii,.lin Blleton. 1 .
THE FLORIDA Excellent pairs were read by various .J,,i.-ti L. R. llilo,.., il-
delegates. Dr. tichards i of Jawkonvillee t, tie,, ,, ts. W RINT-. LR T. O URIS-T TI CKETS
TIE US ION0 TI gave one on lH.ousehohl EL, ouon ie..ni. ia ti.iui,, fsn ., .r will I.,- I ,,,h,,,,t 1'..0 N,,rth,.r Eai't:,rn. W..est.'i> an].l Southern State, to
The Flors time-Unlso( er)adth subject that is attracting serious atten- fi, D. 1'. Thlinompson. >* .tistiine.i.- :l l ri .- .,l'n.t ''.t..i ;ti;n g thei -ao l H-lUo1901 limited to
Florida 'itise t r wf tel i ad tioiI, uand even legislation ill miiiy of the r tur-n : 1 .i i.{1 \ *il le -I .t oe-Vr rivii g, s in Floril,.
ad:frcm November to Jue by opl rom States. Mrs. Wamlolt of .lie-ksonville .i l. i in the Notli sent to t: i.iiIIl.raiigni. l will be liberally
more te, than any otler paper a tbe United I .\'\\- ,-l t Il livillilit.y 1 ". S ie'l- i .. ,, ii .u1 ,,it ii.c i ll.1 1 Iiiim i iil' iie. .ilr rti.h,; I Inlitt,.r -.
sltatsontihedai of p( bliicaul. et -r aeh read to the convention a rel'ort ofl the ,, I .. i u il in 1. sorts .t .
Sulneua d l a ad ertista medium is the ir i tl. li .i'.s r icle'. I r in' :1. .1- t)e r t.r- ..'l-Ipiiiit iarIr.-*rvat:onls. et' ta!l ll. or writ to
hoati. sides Circa tUila.r leeM m Biennial Convention of the National Fed- l.lil I .l I,, f. I. I
r nraor ta^l Ieration of Woman's I Clui.ps at iil ,ake. F.Iw I;, i illi .\ ill. Sii *... .. 1. We t Iv St...i'ksnarvile. orida
last June; Miss Mal'ai.. of Palaitka .'eit .i i l 'i. in I', n W I I. I .1 i I 'll S'Ilt'rhii 'Ite l. 1. H W 11-:.[NN. h'..i. 'Prafflie Man.
THE SEM-lW IEKY allariic'le on TraivehIiir Liri.'i. whic,hl ,'. Gii,.,, \.,,,v ,: i ...... vi:iu.ua.
TlivaIiN CTIZN rach all MIu-s.! M.-1r'ad' ; by1r. rIh.t ICI, I. ielii ,tif e ,, el'ie.-,, Pr-i.hte I ':,'ir inca- -
of Daytonin-a.ld a pai.r on thel Khine.r- ti ,i. ..i I' ,,,. e St. ts, ii i -itV.i
The geai Weekly Times Vaanld CitiseMn garteml; Mrs. C. hi. Snith ofe i-k.n ill ', I, TA LM. T
Aouathotrrafoi r ; read one on Progress. Miss M l.-lnii. ,. r.l IT,litie e hil I,-,i e li I.'. rt l e L 1 tli.\MI(.:Il l.I\. Mr E'lii tor.
dean of thel Johnl I. Stelston I liver.sit.l. M, r, Ir,,e-.
i$1W r E RM4R. at l)-lamwl.ho was lp>.cnt. nail..'ic hi "h,!-T'i,. 1:. lite,-. F-. A. ..iii>. g! NOV *,:'-N FOR GUESTS
Its state eweis f ad fall;it IempB inter sting nreniaks. I' l viiil t i 'f .
optod ,wtutg o a liW At thett ing o eion on Th,.'lnv thi. le I'.it .i.l t. i I alifax Ri
md Srtrevea pecal o i.O wtork of the comig discausl. I err e i. cicr wiye ar.s ,: .l ,ieg, I ll. e t acl i'. ,k o .s;roil.. place toiir ,d-
nationperrtalinin otothe ntam andbo su e .. .il't, 1- ilL. l,.. b and driving. ImIking it a miI st d,-stralil, place to
In all the qalitil oa f wpa ir fr t I and it wai generally aigrowzhl lhat thIe' l flowers Impede Navigaotion. t, PYTiN.' FLORIDA
l circ aid the a it is ration shouldlonetiltinuC toen i'rtit e"l1"t-A 1.49. ..FLRIDA.
est efforts along the liielic i ee Ati. i le >.it iell i v o et i-
The convention losed alft-r th ,ei,- h "t -,",I I'"' .Li t... ,,.. he N. YeeLk m n The eliumte 01 ti East Coast of Fklri
AGRICULTURAL. tion of the allowing n'.-hitions: i \rilI. v. ,n -.ie,m th- St. .eI,,'m. is nearer perfection than that of ay
The lorMa ra reald FruitOGrow r 'er al "'Reohlved. that thile' .olridl;i S ltate Fe'lI 'lorilhi. re" iIagiciili lrig!,t to a t;i -t:;'l
beecmlen ced with liu eraition lof Wonmli'is ,l o ,. lcee,' -t ,ti- ilih.,isril"r iiet that le-it: ei' c PU ;" math. *
andiiise. Tioid nam. h .bearm eeilyd thank thi e tePalmettio ihlu e.f | ,ev in -,. h |.: tlilli :ii- tee .i"- tie- si-l'l':iri'
entd i tm ha ertmlen iaethai rsd teclni feer exteilljli it seem elli ii.ieata? cii "el !. rti" a le li h m sli .. ele. th i r'tea an-

e' with interest end s al n to te "''le clv, l. Thll.t the.' fe'dler'tel t heiikl T i .C 1 ', er I '. ti', lit !I e i Sibh lal
eld.l-ileta wa klth i. o t hd e the- entertam i l t in ll l mmiitt.' l- r tlheir i* e i i e
st .s she e iy Ii s intiring efforts i iii;icnim i t tli.e e"i ivThn r ,i i. r ,... 'till l tin s lhp i:ct.
ieiUnll l cti l ellaih aitp i estali l n irotitihle 1bi. hihe I- :i -e i\ t*heeri Aiele',' mtaclly.
A ci-Tn i "" 1'' 1esolivecl That thle' p i'lctlet-"i lel' if I hit i -' e f" l the' '; 1'"'ter he icmu\"^ il siB
T sMm5 .. p-lR m to W tAMiaien e 'lllmlillet!it l ailil Ileka ,I e ,,la' ec -,cc ,,u ni, t i i h ,,i,,C:e.." anil Ilceve r"..

JI L F'ess ofl the t lv liiSli l. li l ai W l i 'h l l rii4 r.
":lies.lve Thllat the' tlhc;ik, efel thc e1 w h* n ... r h

the aiithful disc hiurg' hr th n ri, '.c Uleei- C0ii11 ,I, c. r, ,,. : 'th ,t
JACKSONVILLE., FLA. Resclved. That theF SI'. V i,- 'I ,,a,'' :,t i-t. Iieh,,t.
iereeec thucnaki to the' Fhlrieha, Ei-t ea, C s : c- kill Ie''
-R ilw ay and tl w t l'hacmt sy qste'i hi ru t 'i e,'h
"0 YEARS* fer r Ie'ial rate's to the- dcle'b-pt. iiil,- cl,,th',e th i iv r iie
EXPERIENCE "hiesclved. Thait F.S. F. W. I. r,,nli, I't' h Iap ilii. \ w.. he "
thanks to the Flehriela lprel- i- cm.'tc. tihat i ll huice t / -t
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wmR KATFOST MIAINQH. Daily Daily $u ___ -
NO. .1NO. I kDCANUiE CITY MIlANiCi. "2 No. 4
J11141:114MV10 Ar; 6MR 335P OVAl trains [hiuiy Exo";Pt wviL'.
af," emloboac ola 5 oil)425P 44lPpl12i- ... a ke ~Hoelen. Lv L4p 346p
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mls ehow the tmes at which tralas my be exim eel toarrive ail depart from the worrp r' art min,. hu' their arrival
*- a s dS is to gO'uarateei ,oe doe* the C.umpaay hold itself responsible for any del.y o-l r an eonquen,"e
SAD OCCIDENTAL T CONNECTIONS AT IA
INSULAI AND OCCIDENTAL STRAWU RIP CONNECTIONS AT NIAXI.


RW4"AV LINS-S. S. MIAMI.
S. 8 to FB I 1aM1:
L-mrl Mmada o ad Thranday
AntvR-- Ibm/m nayd Priday

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Lnsa wMimS MUm. Wed sad Pris
A la-ma Tm., 'Thbs and Sats
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ArrwiU Mim W.diL. Fr und ns
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aw bl O mie Srys lnd hour s for J


S )MIAMI.IIAVANA LINK-s. ~s. PKINtE TOWARD.
I ISAILINW S EFFECTIVE Jan i-:
HAVANA.i Le"v Miami Suniays anti W4nei.days .11 9p
11 "p < Arrive Havana Mondays- and Thursdays. 30p
l "P Caba. I.eave, Havana Tuesdays and Fridayv 12S tin
Sys o pt Arrive Miami Wedneviays and SaturJays 5 at
MIAMI-KEY Wl.i" .>It;.-. -. t)r Ke Y V E*rT.
Cf APING 4 EFFECTIVE Jan. It:
2 btr KEY WESTI, l i. Miami Mons.. WedK. and Fris II 30p
t, t Arrive Key Woot Tues. Thue and Sate 2 8p
3. 'II Florld*. I L-v ..Keyv Wt Tues., Thus and ats a 3 Sp
4;udsl I Arrive Miami Weds.. Frid. and Suns 5 UUa
january.


For copy of local tim card address any Azrent
.OE. Pamas. Apm.


ST. AuwuiujrihE. IMk.


I iorlaa last Coast
eAinf Bottling Company.

PaperCo. Dendent. and Manufacturers of High Gra'le Sola Water--All fLivors
@ tet rt ogasle-nt Cream and Dewey Specialties.
iLBd in tbl above named .-aw. i.11 orders p-omptly filled. Write for prices.
m'progq ty in the hands of OFFICE and BOTTLING WORKS--V'lueia Atv.., n-tr F. E C 16% !tati,'
m either,, has been gurn-
ulaws you appear b.4ore'
aJustieof the Peae J. P.THOMAS, Proprietor.
th l th District of Voltwisa
a0or before the fourth

-- r FOUNTAIN CITY HOUSE.
H Plaintiff. CIT HUUSL.


lOWar, 7th Judicial Cinruit
IBand forVohsia County.
of the petition of Almira
a woman. for tmhe
and for a license
own estate and property.
i a ree dealer in every


W ame on to be
lReport and teo-
sa !UN Cout being arti-
and quasifration
f MmK, iney to take
ma- her own estate
., ad toboea free deler;
fItsthereupon ordered.'
that tMe report of
and the same isn herpeb'y
a im is granted in av-
a, vIr or the petition.!
A. McKinmyis here-
to-take charge of and
to comtraet. to Is.'
ID and p msed. and
-awe.tas fully HA

and deered at
tii 22nd u


Oee


bossLET. Proprietor.
MI T Justs. Centrally 1o-
gtheullaliax River. Thrie
hinot. -~e block from pust
boiMhles been newly pla-.

DATTOFA, FLORIEA.


ipma Ice Co.


RE ICE
, alatum Dismtilled Water


a. COUNT,
.O AND SHOEMAKEK.
mfi arlyv done. Cottage
)- -ar Beb ., Daytona, Fla.


-OCEA14 -HOUSE,
PCF W. SAJMS,*


NOW UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF

Leon Despland.


For oses- veark Maiagor at the PALMETTO HOUSE.
DAYTONA, FLA.


TROY HOUSE.
MRS. MARY TROY. PROPI'ETOR.
Centrally located on Volusia .Avonuo near tho Post Ofli and Depot Nice large rooms Excelleit table
LIa.rgp Verandabs, Rates $1.50 p"r day, $7 to
$10 por %,Vfk.

All Hacks To and From the Beach Pass the Door,



*:SCHMIDT'S VILLA:=


Is lhwated on the Halifnx River. It ,eom anals, ;t m i t attrwitiv, -. i.-w in very diir-
e.tion and no flir location '*an i ew found in thi virimfitY. Ihiriing the uli'nl*,er the
househlas been eilarMed by the i.liitioIn if ;a winI rn tih seuttIH. -i.le: thI I xreiii Inr*-
single or eusuite. new dlininii oHriIu lit'. lt' l* Iuilt ,n Iiti- 1t i01th ,i' 'ivinl a;
suliny elsposeute and is light andml eierfui. Th'l. parlr. ,,-tti,.. h.ill. a;iwl roiettinl:i hi:tv.-
lieen enlanrge. Itathi and Itvatorite, hi.ve --ii ;t.-n .li.l a nil -verythlim iitid .- for thi
eomifort and e e>nv.nienee of g1i1m't.ts. TheI hill i- *.iii himl-.I fi."-t h,1.. The Cit ii..
is in ehergp of e. iolptent heff adindit is th' -.e-iilI wiinm f thle t-u:,n.i.-.ti *t t.i
kt*p the tnble up to its usg I al"eellonee. Ti Ii l'i- i- tis -.1. h l'.k- i -rthi f thi.. id'-
pot. and c onvt'ient to the Post Offi-e. C('huhin -s.. Si-~.,hl-.t. ;inl in' ithiin m1iil.1
of the. ocan wih it. itnagniti -ent ieach for whth.liig. ,l;-ir ini ,r ;toinir Ritt.I-
$2..*',. lper caits. #141 t.o ir wv-k and ulwwatrk. ae',',i-,iin i lto I. tonii.


Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.


BOND & BOND CO.,
.-MAN "FACTl REltR OF--

Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,

Flooring, Siaing, ilinw.
n -9- 0 -- -. _


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WHAT THE IDEA CAME TO.


temperature of 20 degrees below zero ed to be acrobats let loose. and they
raises the temperature of his body 30 went through mure antics than as if
or 40 degrees." they had picked up a dozen hot horse-
"That would offset the cold." replied shoes. It was five minutes before et-
Mrs. Bowser, their of them could speak. and then one
"Your head Is not filled with sawdumit cooled his mouth with an Icicle hang-
after all. Yes. it wou'd work that way. Ing to the clothesline aud stuttered:
and don't you see my plan? To meet "B-b-boss. what s-s-sort of a g-g-game
the cold of the north pole we simply s1 this?"
keep on raising the temperature. It's "Yes. what sort of a g-g-game?" add-
the simplest thing in the world, and ed the other as a snowball melted In
yet nobody seems to have thought of it. bis mouth.
Mrs. B owser, consider the north pole "It's no game at all. It's an expert-
as discovered. Consider it discovered uent. as I told you. What have you
by Mr. Bowser." done with those lozenges?"
He stepped back and bowed before "S-a-spit 'em out. durn ye!"
her. and the cat came out from under "Yes: sp-spit 'em out"'
the lounge and squlnted at both and "'ut you mustn't do it. These are to
wondered whether it was a question of raise the temperature of your blood un-
sclence or mousetraps, til It affects the temperature of the at-
"Yes, but how are you going to raise mosphere. If you'd kept sucking the
the temperature of the bcdy a hundred lozenges. you'd have been perspiring by
degrees or more?" q'jeri-d Mrs. Bow this time. Sit down and try it again."
ser. "'Bill." said the first as be continued
"Just as easy as lifting ii;, your foot to eat snow and draw in long breaths
Do you see tits lu o 'trec' I hey con of the frosty air, "does it look like a
tain no hss tilan sis different redhot old blooded attempt to burn up the vl-,


Ingredients. Including (ayenn. i'pTier.
Two of them are warr;int'l te o take
the blood fairly Ibilt and (caims the
temperature around twie pole to seem
like an August day In Anmeria I
shall at once consult the goverumfent


aowsZR aSPLAINS HIS IDoA.
about sending out an expedition. The
government provides the ship. auid
Bowser's lozenges do the rest."
"But you haven't tried them yet."
"No. but I am atout to do so. I
wonder it our cook wouldn't eat one
and then sit on a snow bank In the
back yard and see buw It worked"'"
"Of course she wouldn't."
"Well. the-re are others. I'll tind a
couple of tramps who'll sit out all
eightt for a quarter apiece. I'll run a
pair of them in at onue and get the


experiment unuer way
"You'd-you'd better wait-" she fal
termed as be started for the door
"Why wait?" be asked "It's a cold
night. with snow and tramps at hand
for experiment. If an expedition Is to


was refused. which, had it been other-
wise. would have made him an Inde-
pendent fortune. The manager was
George Holland, who at the time was
directing the Grand Avenue theater. In
Philadelphia. When "Pinafore" was
running In London, Mr. Hoeland hap.
opened to be there and one night met
Gilbert and Sullivan at the Garrick
club. They asked him what he thought
the opera would do lab America. and
Mr. Holland promptly replied that he
feared its refined satire would not be
appreciated tn this country and after
some further talk flatly refused an
offer of S500 for the exclusive Ameri-
can rights. Subsequently "Pinafore"
was brought to America by another
manager and presented at Kiralfy's
theat-r. now the Broad Street theater.
Philadelphia. and. as Holland had pre-
dicted. played originally to empty
benches. Soon after this, howeyfr.
the tide turned In Its favor, and tbee
who read do not have to be reminded
of its subsequent record. Holland him-
self. who Is authority for the state-
ment. says that had he accepted he
could have amassed an almost colossal
fortune out of the one piece. Just an
other case of missing the tide.-Clacin-
nati Enquirer.

Cost of City Goveruments.
Paris Las a municipal debt of $.'10.-
000,000. nearly half that of all the cities
of France. twiee as great as that of
London aud one-third of the local
debts of all England. Every Parisian
owes $100 more than every Londoner.
In Paris government costs $25 a head.
the highest rate in any city In the
world. As an offset it claims to ew the
best g~vrornn tion may lt disputedi it NI certainly see-
ond to none. affort'9:ng an example of
administrative efficiency never surpass-
ed In the urban history of any period.
But Berlin is not far behind, and the
government there only costs $11 a head.
while in St. Petersburg the job is done
In tolerable fashion at $2."') a head.
Paris will have to revise its system of


tals of two respectable gents?" economics one of these days if it ex-
"It do. Sam: It do." pects to meet running expenses andl
"And by buruin up our vitals take pay the Interest on its huge and grow-
away our appetites?" Ing block of securities. -New York
I "That's the game." Tribune.
"If I was playing any game. would
I promise you a quarter apiece?" asked A R ervy Old Rem.
Mr. Bowser Mrs. It. King is the owner of a cour-
"It's my solemn opinyun that ye ageous and capable old hen of nonde-
would." script breed that she wouldn't trade
"That's our solemn opinyun." for a whole flock of blo ded poultry.
Mr. Bowser was about to protest and It is the only hen In n Oregou. perhaps
increase hbp cash offers when the two in the unitedd States,. that ever fought
gentlemen with burned vitals fell upon and killedt a hawk The battle occ'ur-
him. The throe went down together.! red a few days -tg. when a chicken
and Mrs. Bowser. looking from a back hawk .woopled down upon a band of
window. and the cook and cat looking baby fowls of whicl thl' old hen was
from a back door. could ae nothing the mother. The hlin didn't squawk
for the nert two minutes for the cloud and run. calling upon her offspring to
of snow In the air. Then the two follow her. but with a fierce and well
tramps detached themselves from the directed peek hurled her bill beneath
circus and climbed the yard fence, and the hawk's left wing. It was a solar
the household went out to look for Mr. plexus blow and a clean knockout.
Bowser. There were thousands of The hawk seemed surprised and daz-
traces of him at band. but It took three ed. It feebly arose, flew aimlessly
minutes to discover his actual presence against a clothesline and then droppl'd
and dig It out from under the snow. Into the garden stone dead. That ii,'n
He had been thumped and kicked and will te queen of Mrs. King's poultry
choked, but life had not departed. He yard on Wild Ilorse creek as long as
soon rallied and sat up. and after being she survives.-Weston ((r.i l.cader.
helped to his feet he made his woozy
way to the kitchen and thence up A quer Railroad.
stairs. He did not ask what had hap- A eurions street car line i. that be-
pened. and Mra. Bowser gave him a tween Atail and Yoshihoma. two
rest of 15 minutes on the lounge before Icoast towns in thel province of Izie.
she said- I Japan. The line' is evi'n miles lone.
"I suppose the government ought to! the r'o;itrt e t,'k 'ohI'i'ts of a sini!--
be notified at once. and If you don't car. and ti:e motive' pwer i4 fNtrnisoh.,i
feel well I can do It myself." by a ,i'ple of zmu,'uilallr eroolis. wvho
An ugly glace, followed by a gritting ntuatily :ih the 'ar aii ng wherever
of his teeth, and It was ten minutest lnwtr ar 1 '"*'-4rv y When tie ':'r
before she observed: | 'e '' t",i i', Tl' t":teh' tle,:. jyJ11un1 .1
"I've told ilt.e cook to heat some 'ani '-Ti Tl ..1. :, %., wc"h r ti
witch bhazel to wash off the blood. Do' ni3l: I..* ', :I :r' '1:til. t' I e 'l-tolii ~: '
you wish for any temperature?" "" f [,!.r,' ni ,'v,.l.>p>it,-at.
But Mr. Bowser had grown weary of T inhe f:I. f'r r., 'u ni ti' over the rt1:0.
north pole and fallen asleep. i n-lii .-;v tel ttet1KA for thie
M. QUAD. i I'' i 1 hIc4


4 -.*i


And the f V lnws. 'ri1 tke 'eml
Eye h*r everywhere she goe,
But I kn,'w she dusn't hetd 'e,* .
-r v- l.'sn r. rman hbut me.
And h -r 'eart nias eit its freedom.
For it's *n my custody.
Site's tle :,art T';ttle Rmaides
That i -jn couulII eer ase.
And ;iie nt..r yt mwas lad n "
With a vu:,ar fnery.
But tife Ilrrt." !ihke a model.
With the monut ethrecl tit, .
And as long as I I shall dote up',jA her wait. |
,bh's a que-on among the may
And 3 i ain: tant. g the few,


Ami I love her mure then aiy-w
Any air; I e,.r kn *'.
Si e's a' pretty as they ma ke '--
'.ni! is jut the Keirl to woo
but the fo'lcss. d&i' take '0I(
lave no right to thaft so tool
-- -Pick me


Fri(cK. Lime and Cement in Stock. --- --
Offices and VYrds: East Coast Railway And Orage Avenue.



Clarendon inn aPrinting in all its Branches


Leonard Gill, Manager. v &


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5~A SRJEEZL FLORiDA.


tel


The Gazette-News.


2%00 ?ub1. No. M nmail"btJ~an. f2, 1901.
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L.TSi do a. gset afUpmcbia x. inas cIgs not or P llmcar as
Stt. Augustine too hwcYor

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THE OLD MAN MAKe A WE .t. 5gt* ies 4as st e gu l sa i e l=W alk
-____--1. 6 Wb 9 bow -* "GO" p bp WW 1t N j
Ttmm Ns eNso M indmea Nd se a ttm taE nt.- t va-101,0e 4W. aV s W osh ihe
-' ma.evers Tham Wo M 5* emMe Mlt at s Iat. a Orae .mFree State md the t'm-
'abume* to i* d She t 0e rh Pae It take Mm inthmm toaS t0 A naor amjest's dominios&N am
but Cio ma n im s K 1111 ac etors vastnesse m Ktm a etps amps u u at erritory ma tobe0l
cma tmD Umi. abst betwea is bae M im'ds t an e rd redl. Wbo actually dese th pam
0fsli Ie t M by~C. IL tls] ar. Whe he lmpidftd what be ~, and when does it begif Thtqum
"DoDyou know," began MrB. owser wanted and his wlllngness to Pay. tion is oe of those whleha me pa
afte ithnr t e theytothtewerfullyaceompanied*bi ted to flit prom@scuoouly sres the
ftier diner the other evelag--"do As they stood with t ber taeks to tbe mindland never receive asn amer.
know what prevents men from r b- rage is the kiteb and buagrily eyed g prompted a Exprs reprwmentatw
lag the north pote?" the remalM of dimer be took elth to call at the headquarters of the Boyal
several thtan replied Mra. Bow- temperature and pronounced it onn-al Geograhical society and tax an odftal
oer, who. being the only one preset, and then escorted them to the back oa the -bject of imperial mapmaking
took It that the query was addressed yard. There were snow bsiks against --,tenly, not with Maxinm or over a
to her. the fence. end he selected positions and volunteer dinner table.
"Yes4 several thing. but prindpally sat them down -It was a ken.n colJ Apparently the task of the pen and
because of the cold. But for the awful i night. one made to order for such an tbe compass is as exacting as that de-
temperature around the ple rmeoncould experiment, sa*ded by Up swod. For It In 1 ae-
e sdly ove me other dflult "-Now. then." said Mr. tower as all markbe, stupendous and detailed Is
When the thermometerregsters 100 was ready. "I take it that you feel bor. The first essay I to determine the
deres below sere, the feblod of the r length, size. ownership a nteolor of the
strongest man cogmis He must el- "W-e d-o'" replied the' .eu 1) choru various rivers, railways, town, etc..
their retret or i." through their chattetP ng teeth, which run or lie approximately near
"Well, whatof It?" she asked. "That Is splendiL I estimate that the borders of the new possessiona. The
"Whatoft!he repeated with a there Is a dlC'enroe of at hlast 40 do- explorer may discover or the otcer
chuckle. "If you overcome the cold. grees between yo r teru"etature and with a scouting party may alight Mpse
you discover the pole. don't your that of the weather You will now a new village, river or mountain. a
"And you have found a way of over- each of you take a lzenge in your careful survey of which he makes, and
coming the cold I suppose. It is two mouth and let it slowly dissolve. In this may reach the royal geographical
weeks slie you had a fad. and I was two minutes your blood otght to be survey. But the greatest care has to be
wondering what would come next. If the same temperature as the weather. taken In accepting the absolute aets-
you are going to visit the north pole in Ore you ought to Imagine that rob- racy of the reports. for the enthusiastic
with a lot of hot water bg strapped ins are snlaging and daisiles booming discoverer !as often led away by lnevita-
around your body to keep your temper- around you. ble crcumstances.
nature at summer heat let's bear about As Mr. Bowser wasn't experimenting Military surveys are usually made. It
it." on himself he discreetly retired to the was explained, before a surveying com-
"Being as you are a woman and be~ warm atmosphere of the kitchen and mission meets to decide the "spheres of
lag as every woman is about balf Idiot. took his stand at a window. lBe had Influence," political and commercial,
I can overlook your sarcasm. Your scarcely begun his observations when boundary lines, etc. The reports fur-
way of enewraglng a husband to seek one of the tramps rolled over and be-I a lhed by these commissions are seat
for tame is to belittle every plan bhe gan to kick like a horse tangled up inI to the foreign office, who Issue blue
ortgnates. Had Columbus had a wife his harness, while the other sprang to' books, which are laid upon the table In
like you this American continent would his feet and spat and spluttered and the house of commons. After that-
have continued to be a paradise for coughed and crammed his mouth full and not tin the--mre the new British
woodchucks. Expecting nothing but of snow. possesslos colored red.-Londom t-
ridicule and sarcasm In reply. I wilL "What aret .to' fellows up to!" shout press.
however, ask you a question or two. ed Mr. Bowser a Leo rushed out. AatW
Suppose that a man going out with a They gave hbd no heed. They seem The death of Sir Arthur Slliva re.
---cently recalls an offer that composer
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Our ittle affair wkit Com ma Bs
other day hP been greay i-t
by ear maviieia sea tesgarny.
The. Nele cal et e et e mem to be-
row m Ahe alreW t
borrowed money we i llbftl --
him any more. sad in to gr t wtL
of him we had to threw M thI ih a
window. There was ame -s
exctes.~at, no hard ftelag We Jt
pitched him out, and that was a.l

SIx 01 our Texas abslbe ters
their Kiker last week beepese wso

awar. It our aattopla ewM-
sarbers aena fr as peasile. Imt we me
go too fari t it We have na4lU Na
ndoe to pIek a f ..

An Item in oweomas ula w*
stated that Mr OeMnral Dt e t e i
gulch was omerly a baIllt UI it th
eat. The Idea wes to inereiae hr N-
clal prestige here at home: bt, m A
and her husband have e had vtgamts
objections, we make o- bagmle a-pa
ogy and trust that she was a llaa
lady lantead of a ballet girtl

Joe Crowley of the Royal Peh
room. was idlet enough to pat up a
mirror 20 feet long and 4 feet we be-
hind his bar the other day. It ihal nat
been Int polaee 20 mnutea befo tfa
dozen men were shooting at thabF-
fleeted mugs, and Joe was iU0 eat oft
pocket. w oeadam sul aeb a seelmi the
tremble of elrtuaa 1h It It wB e
ten years before bar inera wil hb
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"What! Oatmeal agala" erced the
boarder who wks three months na a1
rears. "I'd rather eat sawdasL"
The landlady smiled grimly.
"Well, Mr. Slopay." he mid in her'
chib eat tones, "t seems to me that I'm
doing all that can be expected when I
pense, and must certainly decline to
turn that board Into sawdust."-Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
Temehlng.
Here the fellow borrowed b10 of me.
"Youer friendship o pure gold?' be
cried.
I wrung his hand.
"Don't mention It." I protested.
"Your Midas touch would turn any-
body's friendship to gold."
Then I laughed miosteroualy.-Detrolt
JournaL
Posted to Spite of the tate.
Collector-I am afraid to present this
dion In person to Mr. Grump. Had we
not better forward it by mall?
Manager-Yes. but remember this
Is the only Instance where we will
violate our nmotoe "'Pot No Bills"-
Ohio State Journal.
Pohebly.
"They claim in Boston that a number
of the street ear conductors can speak
several languages."
"I wonder if those Boston patrol
have to speak several language ain
order to understand them."-Cleelanhd
Plain Dealer.
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The Man-Now. remember. Every
time I miss and you laugh I shall dock
10 cents from your wages.
The Kid -Aw. data's all right mister.
Why. at a r, i'lar show dey chart a
quauter.-New York JournaL

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"iTe'y ai ; r Iy as they nat e 'em,
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