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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
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: November 16, 1901
Frequency: weekly
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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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OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL

I Fishing tackle a Geo. H. Clark's.

Fishing is very good now days, so
they say.
Every pasmeger train from the North
brings a number of winter visitors.
Circuit court will convene in DeLand
Monday, with Judge Jones presiding.
Don't forget that you must have a
lamp on your bike when riding after
sundown.
A. C. Barr will occupy the position of
chit eerk at the Indian River Hotel, at
Tteaville, this winter.
ilMorrison has just received a large
line of canned fruits and vegetables.
The Baptist Young People's Society
will give a bassaar and festival at the
Armory, November 22, for the benefit of
the church building and furnishing fund.
W'A fine line art squares, rugs and
matting. at Moore Bros.
C. A. Birchwood has returned to Dua.v-
tona and opened his meat market on
Beach street. See his ad. in another
column.
'Fresh cookies and wafers at Mor-
rimon's.


Messrs. Stanley Pearce and C. L. Bur.
gess, both guests of the Stanley House,
pulled in two base off the ocean pier
Thursday, which weighed fifty-one
pounds.
gWA lue stock of jewelry and silver
so ties at Geo. H. Clark's.
The East Coast conference of the Con-
gregational Church was in seeession in
Daytona Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday of this week. About, twenty-five
ministers were in attendance.
In an interview with Mr. Henry, who
has charge of putting in the electric light
plant, he stated that the wiring being
done by the J. W. Wilkinson Co., of
which J. C. Pettepher is manager, is very
satidactory, and could not be improved
upon.
W'Launch "Tomoka" for charter
Apply W. H. Heath, Holly Hill.
W. M. Moore is one of the busiest men
in town now-a-days. A great deal of
his time is spent looking after his colony
of Belgian Hares. This week he received
three new ones, which are said to be the
fiest in town. They are imported des-
eendents of Lord Dash. Mr. Moore has
altogether about twelve specimens in
his rabbitry.
O'Phoenix Silvestris palms for sale.
apply to E. N. Waldron.
We desire to call attention to the ad.
of S. W. Rowley, the San Mateo cigar
maker, which appears on another page.
Mr. Rowley is working up a nice trade
on his famous "San Mateo" brand,
which is one of his leaders. He will
sud a box by mail prepaid for $1.75
IMOld weather goods in blankets,
comMorts, ete., at Moore Bros.


Perhaps one of the finest herds of
Jersey cattle in Volasia county is owned
by J. P. Johnson, proprietor of the Day-
tona Creamery. Mr. Johnson has
tweatysix head of full-blooded Jersey
cows and they are all in the best condi-
tion. They not only furnish fresh milk
for his numerous customers, but he makes
comeiderable butter besides. In a quart
bottle of milk which he showed us the
other day there was fully three inches of
cream on the top, which shows the rich.
news of the product of his Jersies.
g Morrison h-s a fresh line of cookies
and wafers. These are some of them:
Vanilla crisp, chocolate marshmellow
marshusellow wafers and citron bon-
Better leave your order.
Melinda Cook, aunt of Mrs. J. B.
arkinson and sister of Mrs. B. Ba&t
MreMatty deceased, phased into rest Fri-
day evening at 7 o'clock, aged 83 yearn.
Miss Cook was daughter of the late
Roter: F: Cook, of Cincinnati, and
grand niece of Robert Fulton. Cdme to
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BorstoD Brown Bread and Baked
eas at the Grmlin Bakery today.


Dr. Frsea weat down to Bovine o

Weddnes. d..T
rBraln bread, the great brain devel-
oper and nerve builder, fresh every day
at the Gemling Bakery.
Uvwrman Snow has sold out to J. M.
Hiras, of Spring Osard, and Thos.
Matthews of Rockledge.
T. B. Collim and mother returned to
Daytona Wednesday and have rented
rooms of Oliver Harding.
J. W. Wilkinson & Co., have eight men
at work wiring buildings for electric
lights and an, looking for more.
9Qomes Puality shoes for ladies are
the standard both as to style and ser-
vice. Price $38. J. R. HILL, Agent.
The Mayor has been superintending
the repairing of the city bastile, during
the last week, and it is now. in a more
pr9gentable condition.
/Me .rs. Kost and Owinner have en-
tered into partueship in the painting
boines, and are kept very busy carry-
ing out their contracts.


Messrs. Thomas & Burdick have been
"sky-larking" around the streets thele6t
couple of days in a new wagon drawn
by their little span of Shetland ponies.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hoene and Mrs.
Shugart arrived from Alleghany. Pa.
Monday afternoon. They spent part of
the summer at Point Chautauqua. N. Y.
G. H. Matthews has entertained 223
traveling men at the City Hotel in the
last forty days. This beats all previous
records. During the same time last year
he had 180.

The Park Commissioners met Tuesday
eveningind elected J. G. Brown presi-
dent. The executive Committee will
meet at the City Hall Monday evening
at seven o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sta.: arrived fr,,n
Burlington, Iowa, Thur day. and nre
snugly located in their home, at the
corner of Palmetto avenue and Live Ok
street. Mr. and Mrs. Starr have spent
the greater part of the summer traveling.
in the West.
Mrs. Fanny Howard, aged 87 years,
died last Saturday night. Funeral ser-
vices were held Sunday at the residence
of her son, on West Magnolia avenue, Rev.
J. B. Hawk officiating, and the remained
were interred in Pinewood Cemetery.
She leaves to mourn her demise but one
son.
We have been requested to call atten-
tion to theJact that the receiver for the
defunct Wolseley bank has not yet made
his final report to the depositors, al-
though six years have elapsed since the
failure of the bank. The depositors
were promised 24 cents on the dollar,
but thus far have received but 12.
IWLadies' kid gloves in white, black,
drab and brown at Hill's.


Mr. and Mrs. Clinton G. Wiggins ar-
rived in twn this week from Chicago
and have taken the Carson cottage on
Magnolia Ave., for the winter. Mr. Wig-
gins Js the owner of a large summer
hotel in northern Indiana and has come
to Florida to look over the ground with
the eApectation of building or buying a
large hotel in Florkda. He thinks Day-
tona is the most delightful place he has
yet seen, having stopped at Jacksonville;
St. Augustine, Ormond and other places.
We hope that the right inducement
may be offered him in Daytona so that
he will locate. here.
WrNew stock of Sels shoes for gentle-
men at Hill's.
W. T. Rotzier was in the city several
days this week and favored this office
with a very pleasant call. Mr. Rottier
manufactures flesh brushes from the root
of the saw palmetto, and cake boards
from the body of the cabbage palmetto.
He also manufactures mattresses from
the palmetto fiber. He claims that in-
stead of the palmetto being a curse to
to the State it is one of its most useful
products. His flesh brushes are cer-
tainly a very useful article. He has
them on sale at several business places
In Daytona. Mr. Rotsier has been spend-
ing the summterat Ormond, but his home
is on the West Coast, up on St. Andrews
Bay.
grNew lace curtains and curtain
Swiees at. Hill's.


W. H. Haskell, who is in charge of the
olunita county exhibit for the State Fair
came over from DeLaud Wednesday and
spent Thursday interviewing Dayvtona
busiaesmen and vegetable growers with
a view to enlarglag the county exhibit.
Mr Haskell Pay: *The East Coast peo-
pie are doiag their share toward furnish
ing exhibits, but we need more farm
products, such as cane, corn, potatoes
and more oranges and grape fruit. The
premiumsrme liberal, $25 being offered
for the best 100 stalks of cane as to
euWar quality; two dollars for one bundle


Maay Diaytoelas will vih the Stwa
Fair.
"Table lim, mapkim and towel at
Hill.


E. H. Purdy returned 'Moaay from a
trip to Jacksoaville.
WA large limeat of cmorts at aB
prices at Niver & g's.
Jupiter Pluvise strinkld the streets
quite thoroughly the orepart of the
week.
W. H Peters and so, Orvile, arrived
Monday, mueh to the delight of Mr.
Peter's many friend.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Pollock, of
New York, arrived Tueday and regis-
tered at Schmidt's Villa.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wk Miller, of Jackson-
ville, arrived in Daytona last week and
expect to spend the winter here.
WrHHaeyo pietrs to rame? Harris
is prepared to do framing and eat cut-
ting to order. Studio Peek Block.
Harry Burms, Florida passenger agent
for the G. S. & F. Ry., was in the city
the first of the week in the interest of his
line.
IWe alls. a pair of tailor made
trousers worth $7.00 for $5.00*
1ma & Sox.


r Major C. M. Bingham and Adjutant
C. L. Smith went down to Miami last
Saturday to inspect the Miami Rifles.
They returned Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Chamberlain ar-
rived from Joliet, IIL, Monday evening,
accompanied by Miss Hael Johnson
who will spend the winter with them.
Worthen Gove has recently purchased
the lot north of the Dillingham house on
Volusia avenue, and Mr. Dillingham has
bought the lot directly west of his home.
Mesers. Thomas & Burdick have just
purchased the property adjoining their
place of business on Volusia avenue.
commodous dwelling will be erected ba
the lot next to the home of E. Dillingham.
County Superintendent Fish writes us
that a teachers' examination will be
held at hi office in DeLand, commencing
Tuesday, Nov. 26. This examination is
held in accordance with the order of the
statM superintendent. Questions will be
ba.-.- on th.4 same text as used in the
S'-ptemlrr examinations.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Whinfield arrived
last Saturday and are quartered at their
beautiful home acres the river. The
couple were united in the holy bonds of
wedlock the 81st of last month at the
home of the bride's parents in Xenia, 0.
They have visited in New York since the
event, and came down via the Ocean
Steamship Line.


Tommy and Frankie Jumper, the two
Seminole Indians who were recently op.
rated on at the Railroad Hospital at
St. Augustine by Dr. Worley for throat
troubles, passed through Daytona last
Saturday on their way home to the
reservation near Miami. Tommy and
Frankie were gaily decorated in garb of
the brighest colors, and attracted con.
siderable attention at the station.
W10Genuine French Brier pipe with
amber stem from $2.00 up.
SManT & Sox.
On account of the State Fair at Jack-
sonville the F. E. C. Ry. will sell tickets
to Jacksonville at the rate of three cents
per mile for the round trip. Tickets to
be sold Nov. 18th to 22nd inclusive,
limited to return Nov. 14th. The
rate from DaytoUa will be$8.80. For ac-
comodation of those who wish to spend
the night at St. Augustine, the F. E. C.
Ry. will sell tickets Jacksonville to St.
Augustine and return at a rate of 75
cents. Such tickets will be limited 24
hours from date of sale.
I-Men's hats In the new styles at
Hill's.


Sam Thomas, a gentlemen of color,
took a nap Sunday afternoon at his
home in Waycross. During his slumbers
another colored man named Williams
came into the room and took a pocket-
book containing $49 out of his inside
coat pocket. Thomas discovered his loss
as soon as he awoke and immediately
laid the matter before the authorities.
Acting Marshal French ascertained that
the thief had left town, traveling north.
He and "Bob" Smith gave chase but
they could find no trace of Williams.
OWSee our samples for made-to-meas-
ure suits. SMITH & SON.
A pleasure party of Ormond ladies,
consistingof Mdams Muneell, Whitney,
Caiderwood and Bradley, Miss Mary
McLeod and little Mi IMary Frames
Bradley, came down by way of the
beach last Saturday. After visiting
Seabreese, Daytona and Port Orange
they took a pie-nic dinner at J. B.
Hiasky't grove and returned to Ormond
by way the river road. The ladies were
evidently enjoying their trip and with
good reason as the weather was per-
fection aad the roads in good condition.
Daytona is always glad to see her
Ormond frisd.


DsmStmE Aead.inv.


Pi e Florida weather.
Oeo. Ditam hba sold his Sa team to
SPok & Foster.
Plates am at work on the Barker
homseon Adgwood.
*"1'A aee line of ChineW and Japan
rati at Nivet & Son's.
Mrs. Week sand Mrs. Sdbfam arrived
from Joliet, IL., Monday evening.
Pineapples, either raw or cooked are
recommsnded to essomo with a weak

The street committee are having the
streets patched up in several places
where there are low spots.
W'Do you sme a kodak ? Harris has
the ageny ad will be pleased to supply
your wants in the photographic line.
Studio Peek Block.
James Craig, of Maine, and Mrs. Robert
Craig and two daughters, of St. Anguso
tine, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Barnee. They arrived lat Saturday.
Wif you want anything in reading
matter Geo. H. Clark can supply you.
He also takes subscriptions for any pa-
per or magazine at publisher's prices.
Foe Rrr.--The Riverview Hotel, sitW
usted on Valley St., Seabreese. Beauti-
ful location, overlooking the river. In-
quire of Mrs. E. A. Griggo, Goodall P. O.


J. A. Benatt arrived from New York
Thursday and will take Mr. Burgoyne's
yacht, the "Sweetheart," to Jackson-
ville, starting to-day. The new 18-horse
power Globe engines will be installed in
the boat.
Mr. and Mrs, L. J. Hopkins and three
children are expected to arrive from Du-
luth, Minn., Monday and will make
their headquarters at the Bennett House.
The Hopkins were the guests of Mr. and
Mr# Bennett last winter.
(August Schmidt came home from Stet-
son University Monday and went up to
St. Augustine Tuesday to consult Dr.
Worley about his eyes, which have been
givinghim some trouble. He will return
to jurto.morrow.
Electric light poles are all up along
Volusia avenue and Beach street. Be-
fore doing any more on this side of the
river the poles will be set in Seabreese,
so as to have lights for the Mental Sci-
ence Convention which convenes the 28th
inet.
gWWe still have some of that nieo
strained honey, which we are selling at
sixty cents a gallon, or fifteen cents a
quart. It's great staff.
E. T. CoxaDn & Co.


THE VOTING CONTEST.
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The voting contest closed Thursday
eveningat six o'clock with Mine Elizabeth
Silvernail in the lead by 800 votes. Miss
Silvernail will start for the State Fair,
at Jacksonville, Tuesday as the guest of
the GAumrrE-Nsws.
Miss Elisabeth Silvernail 1375
Mis Myrtle E. Rix- 1075
Miss Violet McCoy 975
*Miss Louise Foot* 100
"Miss Mabel Ellsworth ....... 65
*Miss Helen Burgman.................... 60
Names withdrawn.
: Not a student this year.

ULa cf* toeu fae ata a agarglm.

30 foot, glass enclosed, naptha launch
Orville. Seven foot beam, Pix-horse en-
gine, built by Gas Engine & Power Co.,
of Morris Heights, New York; guaran-
teed to be in frst-class order, almost
new. For terms, etc., happy to
PNTIR NBLsox,
Or Titusville, Fla.
A. M. PZLLT.rr, Daytona, Fla. tf


SEABREEZE SALMAGUNDI.

Mr. and Mrs. Ienry Croes, of Green-
field, Penn., are visiting Mr. a-d Mrs. R.
Mallory at their home on Pinewood Ave.
They arrived last week.
Mrs. C. Wesatherby has been called to
Carpendale, Pa., by the illness of her
daughter, Mrs. Jessie Jones.
Rumor says Mr. and Mrs. Wells will
return next week. The people of Sea.
breeze will be glad to welcome these
friends back.
Buildings are still going up rapidly.
The latest is a cottage on Valley street,
built by Contractor Mallory. C. Smith
and family, of White Mountain, Mass.,
will move in as soon as completed.
Mr. Smith expects to open a photogra-
pher's studio.
We will be glad to welcome our north-
ern friends at our church services.
Preaching in the evening at 7:80 by Rev.
Hawk, sunday school at 2:30.
Everybody is getting ready for big
times in Seabreese. Our streets will
soon be lighted by electricity.
We are sorry to report that Mrs. Odum
is still confined to her bed with fever.
Quite an interesting incident occurred
during the early part of the week: The
launching of the naptha launch "Ida,"
owned by Mr. Whinfield.


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DUTCHESS TROUSS
From the Sheep to the Man. Twiria-Y
pair of DItebhemWool trousers at 9.00, Lft.50,
4.00 or 5.00, ami wear them two month*. For
peuder button that conws off, we will pay yon tmea L
they rip at the waistband we will pay you Mnty M
they rip in the seat or elsewhere, we will pay you oe wd
or give you a new pair. They are undoubtedly Itr


SHOES for EVERYBODY


Everybody anminrw our shoes, for
their aristocrotic shape, flexible and
eam.y walking qualities. style and dur-
ability. You ean't match our fine
Hamilton-Brown shoes for the prike
anywhere, leaving out the satisfac-
tion they give you, and the antidote
for that tired feeling.


CLOTHING
We have just received our winter samples in made to
measure suits, and can take your order and have a soit
here for you in a few day.*. Rnllememnir we also keep
ready made clothing.


Yours to Please,


I Moore Bros.





S.O Y.eadinxg
WI F iIe &C I Druggists

The Largest and Mott Complete Stock 04
of Drugn in Daytona. PIwrriptions com-
pounded by Registerd Pharmacist only.


P Perfumery and Toilet Articles. *9
TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BA l.S.M-225 cents a bottle.
Ssea" ree%. 4 # DAYTONA. FLORIDA
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FOUNTAIN CITY PHARTIACY,


NORTH BEACH STREET


Has a Select Stock of......


DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, ItRrSHFS.


COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.


Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.


DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can he consult l professionally during busmses
hours; office hours, Sundays, 9:00 to 10::1)0 1m.; 2:30: to 4:30 p. m.,


SCHM IDT"S VILLA Overloo-king ti. Halifax River
The hotel commands a most attractive vi,,w in every direction and no finer
location can be found fn the vicinity. It is only one mile from the ocean,
and is convenient to the depot, po-toffice, chur-hes and public schools.


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*ov. W niam 6. Jenaiagp has issued o *
do mommla1mma Thgl a vi.g p ivcl
a, whi.c be.ob- JOHNNIE DID
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Immns of te resident o the Unitea test Mrs. Johnnie declared her futen-
ltb. of Amerl--, Williamn 8. tios of running up to town. "It's slow
2 Govemor o6 the 1tate of F a, m ad awfully dusty and there's general-
.mmemnd the observance of Thur- ly a rowdy crowd aboard. Walt for the
d. the d th y of November pr est, 2 express."
a f-..a M ad rne to Bt no sooner had Tom taken his de-
od for H me and g tpartre than Mrs. Johnle decidcl to
g u vobm rd to our St a a .nd do nothing of the sort. She was a bus-
S chad to our State d 'tlg little body. forever on the go. and
when once an Idea crept Into that clev-
*We have revived from our forefathers er little head of hers she was Inclined
he riiples upon which is founded a to carry it through to a finish in her
fgtenmenMt deriving its just powers : ow. particular way.
fm the commet of the governed. No Consequently Mrs. Johnnie did take
piph enjoy mor freedom of action, the 12:10 local, and within five min-
*ter- individual l iponsihility and tes' time she was wishing devoutly
.. .wos i via that she had followed Tom's advice. for
a pott tha tho livingIt was hot and dusty. and twhy were
Wa our borders. crawling along at a snail's Imace. and
"'Ie ijmtmess of our laws and the sta- there were some rough looking custom-
bet) of our institatiousw as mean' era on board, and-well. oh, dear: After
caring prmuoal liberty, and of pro- all. Tom did know what lie was talk-
testing le and property hare been se- tag about occasionally.
wesly tested by those among us who At the far end of the car a young wo-
weWot W remd udler our form of gor- i w was sitting. She looked so young
n at mad who have been taught to that oe might almost hare called her
Lar-- a. I--' -h- f la. .a child In spite of the fact that her
".We. so L-pr-o thankfulfu' "eytt brown hair was twisted up on
we cgav Seel profoundly thankful the top of her head In a vain Imitation
St we tao which have of the latest fashion and the (to Mrs.
bme peee1mted to our oferts and people Johnnle) most atrocious fact that hertz
ave been met and controlled by pmew- cheeks were covered with rouge.
fd msasn, mder the beewslaw e and Mrs. Johnnie gathered her belongings
power of our wholesale laws. together and set out to take possession
*r tMisgyme erta ha- feed of the seat Jast in frot of the young
& dleasb F n aoa.oratiothat te t l i 10. tahe, half turning. she Wrut-
ou tle yomth ol ed thinlad the young woman at her leisure.
Oam owtilow itiumeas homeless andu She cold do so without rudeness, for
"e e* wtMthout mea o. T~h a 1the gitl was gastin out of the window.
es had th hearty yapathy and tbr and her thoughts :;.emnedl to Iie far
pgwmroes iManes of the people of our away. "It's a sweet little face." thought
Ioemo country. Thlsterriblecalamity Mrs. JohaMie. "and I don't care If it Is
ha hee beoam with hbeto fortitude and pelted It's Innocent and trustful. Her
its Mlses ae being rapidly overom dress fit her abominably, but she has
T**e .poplalimn oftheState iseradily a glorious pair of eyes. She's a posi-
li I.r It Mcower a.i h i de- nve anomaly. rm f oIngr t lIntroduce
__,__ s s in i ByMelf."
v eiped d its advantage a re- The girl turned her head just at that
aivi more goral recognition. r n- moment, and as their eyets met both of
usa nd a 1d suee0110l eforts have been them smiled. and each perceived for
devoted to preparing the youth of the the first time that the other wore the
Iid or better citisemhip by providig little silver Maltese cr of the King's
maP Idand -imperoved eduational fa- Daughters. They needed no Introduc.-
400 w ial we reach of all ntis after that. Mrs. Johnnie moved
s wth s" del into the seat with her, and they were
"Withemp stoehtalthandeacouragfng n the best of friends. It did not
S ward withcoenAd.wes to a more extended the particulars of her story. She had
P- l me ever been to the city before, she said:
"For aM thes other bleasings we Indeed, except for some little excur-
*odid bedev otmy graduL aloa now and then, she had never left
On e da4y thas t et auars w eould er home. which was In a little village
T ide our sual bu.nensafi a nd the coast of Long Island. She was
soft ina givingtha a d Praiae to a so glad to ha" e some one to talk to. for
st L govtham andristokiag Of conie shW e was feeling a bit lonely.
SThen she told Mrs. Johnnie that thrT
a eoNanaess of His ibleaings to our nam was Daisy-Daisy Hope-and
pu that she was an orphan with Just one8
"Ia witans whereof I have hereunto sister. Her name was Sophie. and she
t may hand a emed the great alj was arrived now. They had always
of the State to be afixed. been the very best of friends-she audl
"Dani at the city of Tallahasse e thi Sophle-until Dan Hackett came along.
dy of Nov berth yearof our Nowadas she added with a sigh.
rd 1901, ,nof the nd end m of tSophe had eyes for no one but Dan.
g Uara S1t, mfdiof 1the.n d m "But I Bshan't Jmind It so much now."
Mi U tedStaDtes J .6th. she added, suddenly brighten ing up
IeaL ) WILLIAM 8. JENNINGR, again "nDow that tlm go ing to be uar-
Gorn or." j ed too..
By the Govermor-Attst: "Married!" exclaimed Mrs. Johnlnie
JNon L CRAWFOD, In as tonishment. "You don't mean tot
Seetary of State. tell eso! When is it coming off. and
Sitt what's his namerb
"Yea, we're going to be married right
away-Jack and me. This isn't very
Wie 'm em s a hiht with an expressive gesture toward herl

ntheq u a misa ewhwof even o m"rks But Jack aId that wouldn't
Prief t. Dr. J. M. Jo d matter. He could fix sue up when I
rame to town. He told me in his letter
--~ ~-- -snt to bring anything along: my count -
C*-8 chea tryN dresasese would never do for New ,
gm tehird the ana t Caada 's Tork, he Mid. So I've left them all at
.petan"y aknw. Te a more ehome there, hanging up in my closet e
Caga *m.. snare m1m T ...x- |al except my new pink one I got at
-ag at the emlaism is lacmputeil at to leave that behind. I guess It will do
S*M.B enase mleas ceasequemtly beor the mornings, now and then.
rMn*l'd a.t 1 eb a pu a et bees "But wasn't it awfully good of Jacc,

*m 6Maw square meas ear all polating to a huge brooch that sparkled '
-selei 9p-s entirely dtnown. at her throat, but which Mrs. Jobhaten p
--t of SMb nekewm area Is die-. eyes pronounced to be very bad paste.
W--t is he wuteur half of the 1o. I "And there was a box of complex io: c
-s-tLa in taeast d heeks of from salve he sent me too. I've put some of v
SMMASs MM- arue mree-that Is. It on Just to please him. but I can't sa b
AS A f hge a the asses of Obtis that I like Ii very much. It itches s
KmA a New g anai are yet a and feels horrid. Do all ladies paint iTr
ap~lo' o white ma.-Natloast Gee- New York ** d


Me Ma At another time Mrs. Johnnie WOUlm $
have burst out laughing. but Just a
A sa e someway. p wsrent matters were taking too serious c
'It have a sew eamebman at the a turs. Mrs. Jobnnie was beginning ;r r
-mm _..t." i wonder very much. I
S Mt with sbe cM "Bt when are yuu to be married, my I
te dear?" she asked hastily. "You have tl
fWtdotownmrun away." ;not answered iry quest:cn yet And f'
IIMaja iW ftarm' what does Sophie F.y? Fof. of course P
"o onr -f S umbat." Yi u're told bher all about it." r
"a-i w-l ahganF' The girl hung her head. and Mrs. to


'Y~m~s t~pmaae', Se ~ Johnni.e OUht sce i'er bli'shes even In
~~ ~t bwk IOL....ft. of the rouge.


ti
f,


' Ist f* at the 8as.....
"Well. a-, -nt e "lj H* to bus
at tAls is .4 r The'
oe" eang wiy tbe sbnt the dress a
blags. H setld n hine letter that I
had sbowa them to a lady tried of Ai
She's to meet me at the terry and tak
charge of mse tm be comess"
-Oh! And how long d!d yeou say yo
lave known a-a--Jaek
The girl hung her bead again. "I ai
him first about six weeks ago. 0
eame dowu on eon of the yachts.
came down twice oa Smnday after thai
and be's written ever tp often."
M a. Jonniae laid b* hand tender:
upon the young girl's arm. "And d
you really think, my dear Daisy, tha
you know him well enough to marr
him? Wouldn't It be wiser to watt t
bit and take your sister into your.c00
dence? Why not ask. Jack to wait :
year for you and then see bow matter
stand? He'll wait for yoen gladly
enough If he's really In earnest."
"Why should I keep him waltln?'
shbe answered. "He loves me. Isen'
that enough? I tgve and trust hin
entirely, and be does the same by me
Isn't that enough?"
Mrs. Johnnle did not answer for i
moment. Her Ups were premed tlghtl.
together, for. to tell the truth, Mrs
Johnnle was maklug up her mind U
adopt a desperate measure. This cam
half full of men was certainly no place
for a scene. and Mrs. Johnnle began tU
realize that If she proceeded to do bm
duty by this little girl a scene wai
bound to come. The train was Jus
slowing up for a moment at a little
wayside station.
"Well. my dear. I hope sincerely thai
you will find It is enough." she said
Then. springing up suddenly. shb
grasped the carpetbag and her own be
longings.
"Hurry up. my child' she exclaimed
giving the girl a little push. "Here's
where we change cars, you know. Conm
along!"
"But I thought this train"-
"Now, my dear, that's Just what you
muitn't do. Don't think, but follow
my Instructions."
Before the girl had realized what she
was doing Mrs. Johnnie had bundled
her out on to the station platform.
The train moved slowly out. Mrs.
Johnnie watched it disappear with a
sigh of relief, and then she turned to
the bewildered girl and spoke to her
very gently:
"Let us walk over to the little hotel.
Daisy. We shall have to wait there
half an hour. Perhaps we can secure
a room there, for I want to have a little
talk with you."
In spcaklug of It afterward Mrs.
Jobnrle always declared that to her
the walk from the station to the hotel
was by far the saddest part of alk that
day's ordeal. It was then that the mag-
altude of the work she had to do dawn-
ed upon her for the first time. Before
they two should be standing on that
platform gain Jack. the young girl's
Idol. mitst be shattered and thrown
from Its pedestal. To Mrs. Johunie
fell the task of displaying him In his
t.-me colors, and, though it was a task
which she shrank Instinctively from In
perspective. when the time came Mrs.
Johnnie was not found wanting. She
never told any one-not even Tom--
the particulars of what occurred In
that little room. but when the train
from New York came rushing along
half an hour later the semaphore was
hoisted as a signal to stop and the two
women stepped silently on board.
Both of them had tear stained faces.
but there was no rouge on the young
girl's face now. Her hair hung simply
down her back. and she wore her pret-
ty pink dress. That night, when Mrs.
JolnnIle reached her own home. after
quite a long combat with sister Sophie.
Tom was told Just as many of the par-
ticulars as Mrs. Johnnie thought fit.
When she had finished, he was silent
for a moment or two. while he exhaust-
ed his stock of anathemas upon Jack.
Then. turning h!s attention to the wom-
an In the case. be exclaimed. "Well, of
all the little fools"-
But Mrs. Johnnie interrupted him
suddenly.
"Don't call her that. dear." she added
as she kissed him. "Just thank God
that I took the 12:10."


White Lies.
One would hardly dare to ask a
friend to dine In so many words, says
a writer In The Spectator. If It were
not permissible for him to make the
false reply that he was sorry he was
engaged and could not come.
Ordinary social Intercourse, Instead
of becoming more direct, would have
to be carried on by an elaborate sys-
tem of hints; otherwise society would
become, metaphorically speaking, a
bear garden In which sensitive persons
would be battered to death. It would
be Impossible to get used to being told
"I do not like you. and your friends
bore me." or "I could come quite earl-
y. but I do not care to Identify myself
with the very second rate people
imong whom you live."
Neither could we Improve matters by
reversing the ordinary procedure and
allowing the guests to Invite them-
selves.
The rebuff of being refused hospitali-
y would he almost unbearable.


A CkMid' Balk.
A tepid bath for a child should have
S temperature from 85 to 90 degrees F.
,nd a hot bath 11 3-5 degrees P.. which.
as I said before, Is the normal tem-
ierature of the inside of the body.
rhis will cause relaxation In case of
ouvulsiun or swcetiu in (case of fe-
ver. The water should be gradually
rented until thle hand of the mother
lnds It noticeably warm. care being
ad always to rnmemnber the extreme
leli-acy and sensitivenuess of a child's
kin.
In sense of debility and for scrofulous
hilNlren and those threatened with
tickets a salt water bath every morn-
ng. either hot or cold. according to
eason. Is very valuable. To prepare
his bath use four ounces of sea salt to
our gallons of water. Let the child
lay In the water a little while, then
ab the body briskly with a Turkish
owel till the skin is in a glow.
To make a good mustard bath use
wo ounces of powdered mustard to
PAW2 dM1111%M& ^P I-0*I. P II A. ....I


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M HEATING.
u .. IoCAT INm MASO= M -.

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F, W. W AMs a *
y Rates: $2 and Upward; BpeeMI to'
o I rBoeagos.
t
y N w SMYXA, FLOWmA.

a TnompsoM .r .

Y High Grade TabIg sUe-lt% .
Suit made to r tor ft *imd
t up; Pant. for 46 Upward".

Cottage Ave., rear of i fluld.

i t


WANTED-SMTMAL PMm O O C .
acter and good reptMatiemolh I ah Ita
(one in thi county rqu .., to- TIpM
sent and advert old qs rtaIe
wealthy busing phou of soBd Ip aePI
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly th
expenses additional, all payable to aemb
each Wednesday dirt IM h bee oMes.
Horse and carriage funt whb: e-
cenary. Relerenasw. Eachme *i ad-
dreeed-stamped envelope. Manavr,
316 Caxton Building, Chicago.


Mye OAKS
Beautifully Located on Ridgewood Aw..
Dayton- Florida.
NOW OPEN TO GUEST

A new hour, heatdrouaout by hot
air, new furniabaie, *vwytfta
to make guestscomartable.
Rates Reaonable.

mrs. kemore Blve rmthPre


Me Palms


This popular home-like boardng
house i beautifully sitsted n
Beach Street feeling the Halif
River. The rooms are larie and
the table board excellent. The
house is but three blocks from the
poetoffice and convenient to all
the churches and but one mile
from the beach. Rates reasonable.
J. McCOLLUM, Proprietor.

S. H. GOVE.
Ar hitc, Buil d
and ntrtor.
Residence and offiee, nortbeat corhar of
Ridgewood and Vohuia aveasse.
*Pheom 89. DATTOWA. LMA.

EUROPEAN HOUSE.
NOW OPEN.
Centrally Located. Rates Moderate.
A. OSBORNE, Proprietor,
Orange Avenue, Daytona, Florida

Furnished Ronm to Let.
Cottages to Let, and Store room with
living rooms above; within 900 bet of
ocean on Seabreese avenue. Correspon-
dence solicited. A. 8. HA*xoL',
Goodall P. 0.


Banner Oil Stoves.


Novd and'


Practic4a

No Oder,

and

Smokless


I


Air Tight Stoves in various sizes and
at various prices. See our line of Comok
Stoves.

J: H. Niver & Son,

FLNITI'RE, HARDWARE and
UNDERTAKING,
Same Old Stand.


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PUfRE ICE

Made from Ditilbed Water.


MILLS TRANSFER 00.
Has bagqf, fight, etc.,
rate** emmanab, prompt mrve.
Ofle Boston Barber 8bop.
Ph.na 77. 8. MILLs, Psor


J. A. lRRICISON

Has a big lot of larness, Collar,
lasther Strap a d Paris. Just
reelved Harneas96.50and upwards.
New Sewing MachiMse for $16 and
upwards. I can furnsh you with
say kind of a ewinag macbisp.


Tese PaW eaage #eelnted.


N. EICKSON.
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.


Doors and Window Screens, Pictare
Moulding. made to order. All kinds of
Furniture Repairing doneon short notice
at reasonable prick.
Cottage Arenue, DAYTONA. FLA.:


E STARKEY,
ARCHITECT,
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER,


SBugestions of plans furnished gratai-
tously. Will cheerfully couault with
person desiring plans, and guarantee
satisfaction.


'Phone 11.


Seabreeze, Florida.


MYomN. can fool all the peoF ko h
of the time, and some .f
people all the time; but you
can't fool all the peopi e all the

WE DONT want y foesd
any of the time.
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It= y wlook ell wh a aert m
m but 'wi not lasas a
muah to pur oo a I owr paint s
it do a good ore
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ae honest Pai ns for bowa
p&e. They c over mnt, loo
wm lof are rnost ecm
cal, and a/uays full mcasur
SOLD BT
Blngham & Ealoy.


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THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS
AND THE U. 8. FAST MAIL
*T the aeM aned Noerth.
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conaplet* cobbler
*set, tehudin a

saow for S1.85.


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Wd be& Ian& e mo .~m

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Our shoesak has

been so wdl pat-

onized that we

have decided to

xtemd it another

week so as to

Oiveall a chance.


Sit our sa-pl- for

Made-to-Measure




Flowers and,
Plumes in amt
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priem we sel
them- at will
tickle you.

If you will look over
our line of neckwear we
are satieflsd that it will
pleayou. We are olff-
eriMg t for 29 cents that
other dealer would ask not less than
50 ceatsflor.


Large assortment of


Handkechiefs.


Rubber stamp pads for .9c
Rubber Daters for............................12c


t NORTH BEACH 5T.
ISM ith & Son, DAYTONA.


OUTi Mil D iS. I Col. and Mrs. Roe have arrived from
__ Minnesota and are occupying Capt. Fos-
BosuvLi., Nov 15--ev. Stewart zard's cottage on River street.
Mrim is making a short stay at Oak Mr. and Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Knowlan,
Bank. of Charlevoix, Mich., arrived last week
Ms. Lindayb has been visiting at and are at home for the winter in Mrs.
I, for iNe time Brohmin's house, corner of Herbert avenue
and River street.
Amnougt our fallere this week were
^ -A X- US X. There wag a verr pleasant artyv at


-.Wr. a -Me Mies Abercrombie, Mim
am aMd I Mr. Edwards
The W aack "Tomoka" returned on
Monday moraiu. bringing back the
-nRisng party, amugst whom were
Mr. amell and son, Mestrs. Posten and
Wade Poete, Iautleron, McBride and
soea, W. a. UMtk and som, S. Jordan
arn oth. T'hey fodoW pMuty of ducks
at tl t ,but oo wild they were
*T hlioomec a dosewn. Th*.r
s..ag'r btip to within fre miles
of Thl~em ad all seemed to thor.
.0 -M te ou timg.




PoW O i-s, Now. l4--A. Pettephber,
t flam VW airvd Iht week aMW
istaeHaadwoHouse. This
SlOeM eoNlA wter here.
Ubm Af, aoft New York City, wae
bem for at a week, a guest of the

Mi*Wd M. .. 3J WhIte anrived from
Ons. Gmnv. N. J., last week and are
A--or ly s ettled in their pretty cot-
Uteon the bmk of the Halifax.


Mr. Doha and B. F. Chilton drove
pJ1Avtw.myrna, and after caring
mtehbn we o to Daytona.









the feet or ankles
.--ia we-a- k or diseased



| the wfy toa ooze
i n the g kW
Sr bloqt nd a win.
lb gef9t -t betrgthened
md buit aup before the drosy
m b%- cr1d tgo stay; and the
i l ofi a anbt medines is
. Miles Heat Cure.
a- ..' s us.mI-Ei dx


1AAthuIr



I. AElks'-


the residence of William Johnson in
honor of Mrs. Johnson's birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gilman" were in
town Tuesday.
Mr. Bosom arrived Monday from
Joliet. 111.. nidr nr.i.tered at the Ilarde-
man Hi,-'.
I. O. wt. i-r is having extensive ifpairs
made on his property.
Lourey Mc Daniel and .Mis" Tal'npa
Wilson were married Wednesday in
Daytona. T. J. Murry's two daughters
came up from New Smyrna to attend the
wedding; they returned from the cere-
mony and are paying their grandmother
and aunt a visit.
Mr. Bangs is building a substantial
fence along the front of Dr. Meeker's
property on River street.
Doctor DuBois is having his residence
painted.
Thousands of the most stubborn and
distre ing cases of piles have been cured
by Tabler s Buckeye Pile Ointment. It
never fails to cure. Price 50 cts. in bot-
tie, tubes 76 ct. Dr J. M. Jones.

DEMAND NEWS.


Da oD, Nov. 14.-Judge McCrory has
issued the following marriage licenses
recently: M. Gardner to Carrie Walker,
(colored) New Smyrna; Codas Dorsey
to Beatrice Robbin, (colored) Enter-
prise; L. J. McDonald, of Port Orange
to Miss Tampa Wilson, of Dayton; Wil-

son W. Austin to Miss Mamie L. Curtis,
Daytona. u
The Stetson University boys had a
minstrel show at the Auditorium last
Friday toderay the expenses of the gym-
!nasium. An admission fee of twenty-five
cents was charged. Quite a crowd at-
tended.
Mrs. F. A. W. Shimer died Sunday
morning at ten o'clock. The funeral
services were held at the house the same
afternoon. Rev. W. H. Stewart officiat-
ing. He gave a beautiful talk on the
life and character of the deceased, after
which the body was shipped to Mt. Car-
roll, Iil. Mrs. Shimer founded and
brought to perfection the female semi-
nary at Mt. Carroll before 1850. She
has resided in DeLand for tlhe past seven
years, and took a deep interest in agri-
culture and fruits. Her will has been
filed and shows that she left about
$35,000, most of which is invested in
united States government bonds.


U W Wl


4U~nUuIbmmummiimui.m.ma.,mmmuuimmj.mum.~


MEA


J. L. ODUM, Propritor.
The ereMarket South of Jacksoeville. A l etoek of al k Und of Fres
Whtman Florida MI.te. Plypdal.


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Daytoaas, Ferldt.


-JOHN B. STEPSON UNIVERSITY.

Coure of Stody ar quvalet to tbho of the best American Institutions.
Buildings sad equipMet et more than 250,000. $65,000 will be added to the
plant during the eoming yar- The Univrsity inlud the following departments:
Law. College; Acadmy, Notmal and Practice School, Miusi, Art, Bmimss.
Graduates of the LaW DeIartment are admitted to practice in the courts of
Florida without examination.
For catalogue adds the preidemt,
J. F. Forbes.


ARE

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ANY

HEAD
Hnimust


STATE FAIR NALL CAS OF
STATE FAIRNOTES. DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARlING
Next week the fair will be in Jacksonville. ARK Oi OURABLE *
This fair had ita origin in the formation or etS c skeordtr o r sa c
of the state agricultural society nearly A A arm
two years ago. This society invited the HLA .l N 8 I EMUA I.s
co-oporation of all state organizations, F. A. W MI. BATIMO *AYSs
especially interested in the agricultiureof aL.mtonuW me., MIar w s, ne su
G ,tlmtm:.--Beiag eutrhely cured o. f e th to yer treatment I wil Mae ye
Florida, so that the fair is the result of afIllhisryofmyTas, to beuedatyeardiscreti.s.
the united efforts of all these different my i rea s a .my rghtear bnt ma d this kept l g s util m t
elements. The association thus formed Im"uderwent a tseatnt'tfor e.tarrh. for three ImothslW" y any cosmd~ e0.
.er atysicn, s g tu hes lwb. e=t einet ear Specalis tf a ty, who told tUM
still decided to hold the fair in Jacksonville only an operation could help me, and eve that ony temSiy, that hIte d oMMi
ater th reat fire. fr that a change then e, but the heari in the afected ear would be lot foevr.
after the great fire. fearing that a change I then mw your advtiae-ment accidentally in a New York paper, and ordered your teS
in location would sense liko a blow to the ment. After Id used it only few days according to your direct the mesceased.
to-day, after five weeks. my hearing ia the diseasd ear hM been entirely restored. I thaak yen
unfortunate city in its adversity. Tl.' heartily and beg to remain s very tnaly yours.
.*,nso.iation released the city of Jacksoon- 1,s. fw. wMAN, Ureaumwy, altUmor. id
ville from it $0Wo0 guaranty and has df OC t iter wU AT uH a tame-
bad no funds at its disposal except the 4"vce free. YOU C CURE U LF AT Ma 0 SSi.
$25W) State approlpriation. This is ITEiATIMA AWML CM 96 A SALLE AV., SAIM N ILL
doubtless the only State Fair ever
opened with so small an outlay. This,
was only possible thronigh the self.- k
sacrifice of the offers of the an ociation
who served without lpay and have de-
frayed most of their personal expense. :
They have their reward, however, in the
fact now certain, that in addition to the
great industrial display there will be l
gathered in Jacksonville, next week, the
largest and most varied display of
agricultural products ever made in one
place in the South.
At the fair you will see the largest
man in the world; you will see the only
band of Seminole Indians ever given an A
exhibit; you will see 30 midway shows,
among the best in the country; you will "
see the only public display of wireless BUILDS OUND BODIES AND VIGOROUS MINDS..
telegraphyever made at a fair in this MA"IuMINAM rLT ouAmc REE NOU
country except the Pan-American. Fairy- .W R M M M OR WM IQAL:kTINUWWOUM1AD
land, as it was shown at the world's G- NI A WV DWV 11UM M. ~- -
fair, will be the chief night attraction. 5. lP Rv M ho --U-. lgSft--rI a


$25 REWARD.
I will pay the above for the arrmt and


annviction of any person stealing from
of my premises, including wood,
dickens, etc.
I will also contribute $100 annually
toward paying the salary of a night pa-
trolman to keep thieves out of town and
live stocks from running at large.
ADAM SCHANTL.

MISUNDERSTOOD.


EDITOR GAIETTE-NEWs:
Some persons, we learn, have inferred
that our item in the Journal as to using
care in wiring houses was aimed at J.
W. Wilkinson & Co. This was not the
case. It was solely on thegeneralground
that care was required to insure safety
and that no one should be employed who
had not a proper knowledge of the bust
ness; not tranps out of a job, surely.
J. M. JOLLY.

For all fresh cuts or wounds, in either
the human subject or in animals. as a
dressing, Ballard's Snow Liniment is ex-
cellent; while for sores on working horses,
especially if slow to heal, or suppurating,


Dizziness, loss of appetite, flatulency its healing qualities are unequaled.
and names'areallconnected with dye- Price 25cts., and50cts. Dr.J.M.Jones.
pepsia or indigestion, Herbine will give
prompt relief. Price 50 ctA. Dr. J. M. Her savings.
Jones. "m so glad you told me to keep
S a.. accounts. Henry." she said. "I have


TABL K qf be TIDUS.
Week beginning Nov. 17, 1901.
RIM TUnB.


a. m.
Sunday 10:55
Monday 11:48
Tuesday ....12:25
Wednesday .... 1:29
Thursday...... 2:81
Friday 8:30
Saturday 4:27
LOW TD.
Sunday 4:26
Monday 5:24
Tuesday 6:80
Wednesday* 7:40
Thursday....................... 8:49
Friday ............. 9:52
Saturday 10:51


p.m
11:25
12:49
1:55
8:00
4.00
4:57
5:14
6:Oy
7:07
8:08
9:09
10.07
11:04


ass es sem r F aee gemales.
To mset suddem and expected de-
masnd upon banks a large sum ti
kept ready for use. The average large
bank-say with total ssmets of 20000
000-tl prepared by tour 'Naea of d
fense to mYiet s dden attack. In the
vault or mefe about (100000 toIn bank
bills Is always e band. back of that to
a caub mMrve of perphas $1500.000 de.
posted ta various business banks sub-
ject to Instant call, back of that again
to perhaps $1000,000 In United States
and other gilt edged securities mme.
Mately marketable, and the fowth and
IS&j at .p.D A.Dnd ts h.- e re.ad


OSTEOPATHY

JOHN C. HERMAN,
Graduate of the A. T. Still American
School of Osteopathy.
Rooms 1 and 2, Atlantic Block, Daytona


Con.udtation FREE




C. A. BIRCHWOOD,


DEALER IN


Nevthumm am& Wastewn


MEATS

rPelhr. Itc.


Centrally Located on Beach Street.


'PoNt: 26


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Offisas .ini V.r4~ bg C~ S

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-ramling 1* F44
Oramling Baer


We laveJoeput Ina Howof Risks Draw
famousBarn* Maf.Caulk&. Now
he. We havoalsoele Iy sMo..


owt*rad mA ioi* 2&e dan
saat ie of~ csa AW-smatonwu
nw Beachstroi6quarter.


C-. w. M.J. Grmn-------
c. w M. J.ramlng.


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H V BRACYO R AND
e* BRACE MANUFACTURER or HIGH GRADE
8 Moss and Fiber Mattro-
Dealer in Second Hand Furniture and Stoves.
Your Old Furniture Made a Good New.
Second Avenne, opposite Schmidt's Villa, Phoe 9 DAvrxO, PLOEmA.


U~ sn i m


BENNETT HOUSE
ALBERT BENNETT, Proprietor.
This house I just completed, and is beautifully locatedon North Ridgewood
Avenue. It is perfectly heated by hot-air, and haI bath) room, and all
modern coavenienes. Cuisine excellent. Rates reasonable. Room singly
or en suite. All outside room. House has large verandahe. 18
Dayto Florida.


STANLEY HOUSE


Fronting Halifax River.


S. H. MOSELEY, Proprietor.
Three Blocks from Depot; one Block from Postofee.
f


Terms $7 to $9 per WeeK.


Daytona, Florida.


HALIFAX HOUSE,
J. H. GITTEN8, Proprietor.
NOW OPEN.
Conveniently Located, Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax River.
Table Board Excellent. Rates: One Dollar per Day; Five to Seven Dollars pe Week
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.

Stores at Jacksonville, Palm Beach and Lake City.


sIommu


RACKET STORE

Lis' sboes, elsm 8 to 4, reglar prje 9.50, now only $.
Mim-s'asoes, sims to 2, unar p iw 1S0, now .
Chaden' Oxford, 5 to 8, rgalr pri 50 emntm, now I|
Bob's, 8 to 4, rglr prie $1.00, now .8
Mme's Patent Iahesr, Mtin eaM, Nrg .lar $8.50 stock, now...........7,
So ou of Emml Wa, statio7ry, etc. Ples and Orgais.
Ordes left for piapo tunin will eadve prompt attetio.


.EORGE WRAY.


a 55O Botatg Works
Themame a dek, Proprietor.
Maanufncema. of the Mt Pain Carbonated Beverape. Try our
deUlco Cnmerry Ptosopas*. AU goods delivered promptly.
Dagma, Florida.


F,


HALIFAX WAGON WORKS


M.M .edwh,,......
J. A. )osropriMto"M*
MAjnd Aou nie or...
Fine Wagons
" Carriages.


Generl 13ackW gand Rtpafhig.
&CNZVI12t3C UOURM-U@ZflN A OSPCIA36TY.


Shop near Bond A Bond Lumber Yard,


NORMAN 8. DAYTON,


LUMBER
Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress F hing
Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Sidlag,
Mouldings. Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
'Phone 49.
Magnolia Ave. and F. E. C. Ry. (West of Poetolee.)
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


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IBaSlday


A. XlMRIA. CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PWBW, RICHMOND,


s BALTgIMOME PHIL.ABlMP&A and NEW YORK
I Ii t.e O llUtrOnsy L Operating
i ,sIroi Pulwa Cast ServieO betwseeJackmo rib and Aw Oremns.


N-i-


ir bather inic4*a- y -
A. 0. LL~~ Aet. G. Pass. A t, Jacksonville. Florida.
L. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pa. Agent, Portouh, Vs.
.L F Te-Pwut and General MaMager, Portsmouth,


1118f sedsowma samd lseae
4ernetor id -eod mualu a and was
tMd to me by a daomamt o f the SO&-
desman who owned them: Mr. M. t
- was a rebel la 174L L Re wasj
taken and wa being brought to the
tower with KIarmo.. and almeril
m A block topped the sad c.rtege,
sad a lady. looking from a wletdow.
leld. "To- tail roebe" (Mr. M." was 6
ftet 4 IMebe.L yoM wiN .O1 be sbort-
oh bya em"
"Dow that give you pleasure, mad-
am? said Mr. M.
"To. it doeC."
1kM. madam." mid Mr. M. taking
off bls hat and making a low bow. "1
do noat die In vain."
Lady was moved. She made to-
terest for Mr. M. There exists a paper
lathe bandoft Georle II.to this effect:
"Let Lady [the rame Is obliterat-
ed] have aeen to her t. a .lel and be
hangW to her."
The royal clemency was extended to
Mr. M. I saw hiM pardonu beautifully
munped withn a decorative border


sad t emmed. on the wall of his descend-
jf f ,' 1 .ant's study. It is fair to add that prae-
N^*E- l- IA, .auiPA tkcally the whole county of Ron and
C M. the Earl of Sutherland etitioned
RM S! VER IFUCE for the Pfe of the courteous Mir. M-
r 6 D y noew to Grew Shee.
-pagww z einI, If you climb a mosatain. your height
U S1t. LouMie 'decrmases by three-quarters of an nloch.
S' and It may even diminish, exceptional.
ly, by a full Inch.
..i This is a fact known to all expel--
Senced mountain and Alpine climu!rs..
On reaching the summit of the be:gi:ts
S. that form the pleasure m-nts of boll-
day makers in the Alpinu .litr.cts th
stature of the climber is found to have
become less to the extent already mn-u-
tioned.
Doctors think that the attitude as-
I had beea troubled a year. of and on. with constipation. til- aumed of necessity In ascending Is tihe
cause of this diminution. Some per-
louses sad s-k ladaches. Nothing seemed to do me any good. sons believe that the pressure of the at-
Ow day a friend asked me what the trouble was. When I told mosphere produces this shrinking. In
l l h b ieeommwided R'l'!"A'NS Tubules. That evening I got a favor of the medical theory there is the
o.- a se r te s n o I b n t fl s T eveie t other unquestionable fact that the de-
t. and after the asecod box I began to feel 0o much n lief that I crease of stature is greater in thooe
hbptoa with them. I have Iipams Tabuks always in the house who carry a heavy puck during tite
w ind carry a package" of them in my pocket. climb.
k When the Alpinist has descended to
the ordinary level, his bheightb begins to
> Increase. but tlihe normal length of the
ON givesM rt. 'body s not attained until several hours
after reaching the regular surface of
Atthe earth.
The -rSie ta d to Stir an ordinary occasion. Kiass*f virgina.
S -- .. i&s. f" mOetsL, contains a Apropos of the British royal titles a
o y for a year. reference to colonial possessous ap-
peared In an IEngilish sovereign's des-
--.. Ignation so long ago as the regln of
SQueenu 1lzaimnth. The poet i8wuser
--K-| M a Cto rarjilis. dt tifnc o. de,.,attsihi. s Faerte dueen" to Eliza-
Ofce.uof Medical xamliner. beti, ,ind ti,;,'u lie describidb her as
SPOrls. lSa.. Nott eber4 igO ) "queen of England. Vrance and Ireland
s .ta I nw eo rdasoew ihan act entitled. "'As Act and %overejV of the Dominion of Vir-
j *. ** M to .ialls. a n 4l to4 Mediniuce.' etc.. aip- _
o o .. .. .. a prlt ylt amho "1beto noleu ietfli ginla." It unay also be r meimhered
oL Mo igf J d ifs. t0 s. tW e4 Zali-ni tl E rtn a I>for thnt the Virgiinlus refused to ackoowl-
A PiSto ea Sm Ire eah Di-triae of the stae of
bse a u Suer Semia" will m et at my 6tve in Orlando. edge Oliver Cromwel'. protectorate lll-
SIt i wnad under. iorldso Tueda DDecem- till he sent a fet to compel then to
i nkaowt sm S ii fan di de ad fantn Kt. L. iA neras fcrtrther do so. Charles I1., In return exprestiou
a .m n A bodv "illed with poison, of the colonists' loyalty, had himseff
a mSiirve comph*#ml y shattered by per. W ee tas-., lsaiS maMt. proclaimed in Virginia on his restora-
6 1or 1c nt Ip a ltoxicitil In Justica Court. 7th i.tri-ct. Volull ou.. Fla. tio as "king of Great Britain. Ireland
s and eatdiol capable of W. A. DPass. latutlir ) and Virginia The further statement
ha d amdi ctig ior intoi- cibu p.ey. Defenepot has been made that Charles caused the
t legte the CtyVIWg or ttoxl- To hratmba SRapry. def.udent, and all arms of Virginia to be quartered with
A I r- may now CrUl item- others lhom It ma)cnc ,n-: tboie of Englnnd. I-rland and &ot-
setwea hob without publicity or los Tale nmit that a tit of garnifth nent l those of England Ireland and Scot-
of te fs bs by this wonderful e issu-d in the eittie unnamed eme. a -d that land. Certain it is that they appear so
seeis r furrty u the han-. s t1thc Floid es Ea6 on English colans struck as late as 1773
ltW b o a b o w -l A iw ~ car t s eie mba y h l l i e e n g oi r t h e t j .
p ed aftw amay years of cIose tudy Now. uanuleyoua puear before 4..M. Waillsev. by order of George III.-Liverpool
and treatment ofL ebriates. Tlhe faithful 7 Justiceof the Peac e In I for th~ seveuth OL
D1ontrirtt%)Iyollystia County, Florida, ou sot Ue-
a- i eedirig to diretions of thin won- hrt. ID.,. 2. I.,1. ulta uiuent itl '. enteruod
ai T il n 's **jTivl guiaranteMld gaaalut ). W. A. DUl'i 'laintitt. A Trklk k Note.
to0e- the must abtinate caw., no mat- --- --- The bill is onu Imperial green paper, a
trhow hibd a driker. Our word i color hbiid sacred In Turkey. wb;ch the
bow the marvelous irantformation ofo o f Ge ehars hino t governuieit alone Is permitted to use.
h.. ofis Drankards into so ber, n Jus ee Court. 7th I.iteriet, Volusia Co.. Fla. UOu the top and sides are the following
gt'W s "* tm H.BANIW! .A. DrPap. l'Plaintiff ) words lu Turkish. "To be paid to the
lIJItEN IKtE OURl FATHEl:! Ja'"-. :..,ton lbearer. without interest. 20 plasters."
i inarum but Ti o Jamt s John.nM. defendeit, and a!l other. I At the top of the note Is there sultau's
In MAMN OIn o W -e r mft e that a writ of earni.hment h. toghra. surrounding which in a quota-
8 U" ld thati it been s -d .tin thel ab".-ve nimed shane. *aid tion from the Koran. Underneath are
holes t oto t CtRali .In l, ti.an'nti.f the l'riw r- the words. "Twenty plaster. paper
lMtaste, o hat it can be given m a insneed. %o*.unileo von apt-w., btoi-re ;. M. I money, to te used in the place of gold
oft or coae withol the know- Walla'-e. a Justice ofl io Peae In alid for at the hck of Constantinople." At
Othe rn mt 1K IsO ^evOth L "st"of Voluilt C.iray. Florid, at the iank of Constantinople." At
of e PS* *ion eor before" Dee. 2, "Mol judgement %ill be the base of the note Is the seal of the
f hlav c aIt' qdv tvkh e ev igatnt you. '. A. I]iKl'AN.! I'lilitiff.
s-. as en-erda..t-ou.-. -..A.N rminti mintsu On the back the seal of the
lavebees ured ad made teipera&e minister of the treasury. The toglra
Mb havin ths in* oC",admmuitu od Is considered l scred and ls guarded lby
frir w eiland relative -withot navtntf e the three highest Officials of the minut.
herknowlee iu ce ~or tea. asd be-1 I l,| i t.stamest of cornaell n .Murrav. de- whose sole duty Is to watch it.
Om o toa Mthat that there discontinued eased. all creditor,. ler.aters, di-trillute-
dikia of their ownaf te wilL DO NOT and all '-ratlI lavinl claims ,,r agsainit her estate are he-reby notitled to Oettila t a aeBct.
WAIT. Di not be deluded by apparent present their claims te, the undersigned The colored witness. being asked bis
ljmii[ppo rue*t."" Drive within two year- from date ufthisnoticer age, said to the court:
th e iME at CinEand s odltw. brt. L. MOREITON MURRAY. "Well. sub. I wuz a young man w'en
SU 01H1OME S1 LD CURE" is sold at Executor afor.Aid.
thextaen y low prim of One Dollar, Dated Daytona, Fla. Nov. i; 1901 iree om broke out.
t pli with machof everybody a .-. "What year was that ?"
omatmnawt t ee factual than others "Hit wux de year de Yankees come
meeting s* ti Full adimwtona a- tIn, sub."
**n pcage. pwial di a e A WORTHY SUCCESSOR "You do not seem to have a very ac-
by when lu .ted curate idea of time."
^?'! Ij1 -"Ohb. yea, sub! Hit wuz 'long 'bout
oAd iWe oo Dept. fHoUt IN "sN mite i New Uner the SeM." hoc killing' time."-Atlanta Constito-
2 &2W.. 2 8uiat Market All d,.torm have tried to .cure Ctarrh
^''-- -trict-y confidential. by the iwe ol powders, acid gamsM. in- ut Ps**ui*.
Ahderpand drugm in paste form. Their Nearly all nuts contain larg per-
Spowdem dry up the muruous menibraie cenutaes of nitrogenous constituents
causaCw them to crlck open and bked. and fats In tie nut kernel there is
Mueeln Cassnw.es seh w *re m^ -a-The poeeily eatde hwnv the inhaler very litte waste-In fact. the nourish-
Mehera rStm h m aakth brs u tht eaten heaay th ae amemt- ment is In a concentrated form. and
il. io t ton he ed. curn-. while pastes and ointments cannot for that reason nuts are best combined
reach the disease. An old andexperieMnced or taken with other foods. They are
-- practitioner who has for many years especially valued for their fine. meaty
made a close study and specialty of the flavor, which Is found in no other veg-
o Sawed 3we LA. treatnwment of Catarrh. has at last per- etable food product.
st Nesiminyg has aeeompii.hed a lacted a Treattment which when faithfully
emliathis /mlhbeawhich asto ha. a ended
he p iS. lt vl wste pi e up todle by ua,, not only nlieven at once, buit per- Turk. od Coofee.
hiui S lglaKyleati. She had 1ag fever manetly curt' Vatatrh. iy reniovinm Coffee reached Constantinople about
igeerli ideere rt theCause. stoppin the disharge, amd 554 ald was of universal use In M%
51 Q(uer&' i ne.They r t one be'. r ehutaw aOffl-ted lirtt. Thia wtndr- of tbe sixteenth century. So essential
ifteq*eorsrhah etti,Qfnlm remedy is known a "S..Kri. th. was it deemed to domestic happiness
SS d. s enlaSmig ie waa better. ad I 4iUARANTKKIb 'ATAKKH C('r. alid iN sld that a Turkish law recognized a man's
shera_ (wshttlesofel hbew, almost !at tlheextremely low plrice of One Dollar, refusal to supply his wife with coffee
Si_ sa b aa a tis slikeninriL eIn- h leaka'e (r'Olnaitnliing internal and ex- as sufficient ground for her claiming a
ss e x Miatea bay i iere as b r tcmlternal miedwrinesuf-ientfor aihll month'n divorce
emedy: We eaun mll else. treatnment and eve-rythiing nIewssry to
3. N.t aas, trbti Ahenu. Ci., 0o. its peIect ums. Were *til.
bae sirreaimpl.r '"sNIF'LrX" is the only perfect Nodd-I can't ask you to dinner, old
i. bwer.mm i L hatre.-,:. b ...


s Orl l.- -erne -,] .....Ura tCatarrh t urv, vor made and iK now v .v- ma. because we have no cook.
ogrniaed as the only tafe and positive, Todd-And I can't ask you because
-enfor that a aanying and di'gnsting
dias. It ur e all inflamation quickly we have one.-Detrolt Free Prese.
WAUia-4Tm L P Mso.M Or ('iArM- slYd plermamenlyv and in alfowonderfuIlly
autiod intt each *te at nusick to relieve flay Fever or Cold in the You can find almost any kind of boy
a enty required) to weiwe- InMd. except the one whose sympathies in a
advertise old estabibled Catarrh when neg).-t,,d often lendes to fight Ietveen a cat and dog are with
Fm -house of solid tiaanaciael conunption--".S.-Ft-Li" will save the cat.-Aichisoni lobe.
* SaI t $19.00 weekly with you if you use" t once. It is >o ordinary
additional, all payable in cash i n-medy. but a compete treatment wti -h d Tame.
MhWelaiim i rotr head offikes. iowitively guarantied to cire Catarrh
MHdmearAne frnlibedl when nei- in any form or stage if nwed aceordinr It to said that when Iresident Polk
em sy. aamim.. Eio self-ad- to dicretions which a .omnpany each visited Boston lie was tmpressively re'
n| eaopM. 'uaaa.er. pm-kage. Don't delay but send for it at ceived at aneull HFlail markeL The
l Cwainm chU MIaLIn once. and write full iartikularman at e.a..rkv ra.n-I. ~ m.. 1.... ......- ....


NInon


OofT
all the

People

Suffer


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from a W MO.
SDisealsed >l

Liver. e o...
in.- ny PWamr. Klew^ .%i. m. Ni




Spers POrt Grape Wmine

Zahu T"ra Oldw

Cteu1e m Ys Old.
Extweiv Win CoUars-.


Storing, Ageing and Racklng WiMe.-
A wine made one year and sold the next is not a proper wine for
invalids; to get rid of its coarse and i.Jiurious elements requires
years for it to lay in wood casks, and by I;equcnt drawing off from
its gross sediment, or the coarse parts it becomes rich and mellow
and valuable for invalids. It is stidoi itie, diuretic and blood making
from the iron in the soil of the Sneer inevards in Northern N. J.
The principal varieties are the Port. burgundy, Sherry and Claret
and the Climax brandy. All these wines when stored for years and
drawn off from time to time in fresh fumigated casks become vastly
superior products and necessarily are more ex pensive. This as
why Speer's wines and Brandy are more costly and so far superior to
the California wines. They are absolutely pure; unexcelled by
any in the world. Speer's wines are ordered by wealthy and refined
families in Europe where they-are prescribed by physicians and are
esteemed for their superiority, velvety roundness, full body and re-
fined flavor. The efficacy of these wines is wonderful. It has been
a study and a pride during Mr. Speer's life to produce a wine of the
highest grade of perfection-not so much to make money as to excel'
in getting a wine of the richest character. lie has spared no labor
.nor expense in bringing his vineyards and wines up to the above
high standard of excellence. The Climax Brandy twenty years
old is equal to the finest French brands.
To be had of Druggists and Grocers who sell high class wines.


OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO.
".Savannah Line."'


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DOUBLE DAILY SERVILE .
NORtBO".D I E etfv'May 1.
No. 4 I No. 2
7:45 pmn; 7:25 .amLv .........Jalmw (A.W V. & W.).....A
11.05 pr'10:5.5 am Ar..............aidoss (A. V. & W.) .........-..- L
3:50 amt 4:10 pm Ar Mason (G. & F.) Iv S- i
7.25 am 7:35 pm Ar Atlanta (C. ol f.) l..-
10 pm 12:30 an Ar .....Chattanooa (W.A A.)..........Lv 4:G am
5:5, pm, :.3 ans Ar..........Nashille (N.C. St. .......
3:2 amj 7:24 pm Ar .......... t. Louis (I. C.) Lv &8Sm 1
7:25 0 17:41) ai, Lv..........Nahvillt (N. C. A. St.8 L.)..........A &Mgi
1:47 pmil2:O1 pm Lv.................Martin (I. C.) A.'
10:50 am ..... Ar...................Chicago (I. C.) Lv
7::0 l Jm 5:48 mun Lv................Nashville (L. & N.) Ar 10.4
12:50 anm 9:50) ai Ar...............Evansville (LA& N.) L- -&6
9:15 nam 5:30 pm Ar..............Chicoo (C. A E. 1:) L-v 11.M TiSI
No. 4--lXE '-FLYER. carries through Pullman BStd S tm
sonville and St. Louis. making direct connections for a qi thisoWOa
Northwest. Through sleeping car reervations made to a
Chis-age. only requiring passengers to step from one ar i sateaoh r.
No. 2-DAY EXPRESS, coaches Jacksonville to Atlanta, FM 0 0
through sleeper Atlanta to St. Louis. and at Nashrill with throH- I
Chicago.
All *eortlmkislanu-e promptly answeredand keeping ear berthassued. WW
gladto eetpassnges a D~.ot n Jcksovile o my mos Ti WI


glad to nmeet ptsmsnge*rs at Depot in Jacksonvle or my ofee, 2 W OS
lDrop nime a line.


WAL.TKI H.AWKINA, Gen'I Agent Traffle Departmst, Jacks avfil, F
.1. (. II.ULC. General Pasenger Agent, Savaam Ga.
E. H. HiTox, Trafl c Mam-gr, .avmmh, ag,



NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOIUMI


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DOU;BIX DAILY


western & Atlantic Railroad.


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CONNECTIONS, WITH THROUGH TR1AIN8 TO
NASHVILLE,
MEMPHIS.
LOUISVILLE,
CINCINNATI
and CHICAGO


SC'rryiny th-ough Paunman lestibuled Buffet SkI JackwUUMi b
i "ILo."i. without ,hange. Ciwce of .
For information r'liative to rates. schedule, etc.,or for sleeper resrvatio s, writeW
C'. E. IAI.IMAN. 4;,.,. l'.P~.-. Age-lit. TOM M. DOYLE, FI. Pa.,Agmb
ni t,....*.. *.,, JacksovilL l


Traffic Manager, Nashville, TMan.


East.


Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.

THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships frem 8AVANSAH. Four
FAILINGS EACH WEEK t 0NEW YORK MAKING CLOSE
Connmtions withlNew York and Baston Ships On Bound Lines-
All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with nm nthly sailing schedules.
Write for general information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation. or call on
WALTER HAWKINS, J. W. WILKINSON.
General Agent.. Jacksonville, Fl. Agent, Daytona, Fla.
E. ,icFEVRE, Manaer. W. H. PLEASANTS, Traffl Manager.
New Pier, 35 North River, Now York, N. Y.


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TO THE


TO TItE


The Great Through Car Line from Florida-C. nnections: JACKIONVILL,. BOTeIN AND PL@OVIDKNCEC
E st The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charleston, Richmond AND iLL a ASTh RN PoaWTs.
n. and Washington. Calling at Charkston Both Ways.
Ea The Southern Railway. %ia Savannah. Columbia an'ld SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
Washington. M thboun d ... ... .........................gFrom Lewiso' W al .
SThe S. ,mthern Ry. via J,, nup.. Atlanta ind !'ht t,'g,, Uerthbound. ...........................from feoot Catherae street, iti I .
The Louisville & Namhville vinw Montgoierty.%
e S i The S)oithenrl Ry. %in Savalii nahlil (s, (l)ummliein.. iville.TR V
The Mobile& Ohio It. R. via ontgomery. CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.


TO THE East


Via Savannah and Ocean Steian.ship Icoipan;iny for (DeBary Line)
New York. Plhiladelhiha emand Iostoin. Between Jacksonville and Sanford
ationompa iforlnitimr. %iirs Tran r STO)I'lNG AT PALATKA., ASTOR, ST. FRANCIS, BERESFORD, (DImlWW
tationorfolk mpand steafor iltim York Baltimor I SRIN;S anl intermediate Landings on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
Via Norfolk and steamors f,,i" New York. Baltinmore'
.I- SWlhtn Jul.


To Key W*4t and Havana, via Peninsular and ('-idntal Steamship Company. STEAMER iy O C
To Nova NSotia. Calpe Breton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada. CAPT. W. A. SHAW,
Atlantic and Plant Steamahip Line for Halifax, lHawke.bury aniil (Charlothtptown. s APPOINTED TO SAIL AS FOLLOWs:
W inter Tourist Tickets Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p n,. Sudays, Tuesdays aad Thursd
will lie on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern. Western and Southern States to Leaves Saafor- 9:30 a m. Monday, Weslddoays and Fridays
all Florida resorts. via the Plant System during the n.ison !9 1, 1(902, limited to Soittablound. StCHEDILE
return until May 21st. with the liberal stop-over privilKges in Florida. Ri ea down
Addnwes of parties in the North sent to the undersigned will be lit wrallyv p- p. Lea.I- :t:341 pm............................. JACKSONVILLE.......................
ildied v ith all information and handsome advertising matter. :43 pin............................... ...IALATKA................................
For information as to rates, sleeping car re-ervations, etc.. call on. or rite t : 1111 ............... ............... A TOR..................................
V. M. JOLLY. Division Pasm enger AgiEnt. 1.38 West Bay St., J -cksonville, Florida. 4:30 .......i......... .. R N'................T F..... ..............
WV. It. DIXIIAM. General Superintendent. B. W. WRENN, I'as. Traffic Man., ...... .......... BERESFOtR (DELAND) .....................
Savannah. Ga. Savannah, Ga. 6:01 am..............................BL E S RING ............................
A Arriv, a:30 ami .......... ....................... ANF ................ .......


HUN kMATrfI TheNation's General Passengar and Ticket of
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Tri. Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK
Calling at Charleston, S. C.. both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE


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'YSTEIl The Clyde New England and Southern UIm.
Direct Service Between


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