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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: November 23, 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: VID00411
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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ThTTM K AD. OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL

S^ the w olwin obituary from WTrunks and satchels at Hill's.

I*Ambr = ilaluse which he w a Albert Bennett was a visitor to Jack-
6811 flormaNy mouths, Warner sonville Monday.
a. way this. bo A large line of comforts at all
blhsmbd Ilm,.a ,Monday the 11 th ,
t. r. MeMdmhall wa bom in Rich- priarns at Niver & Son's.
i di May 9, 187, being at (Game Warden Chas. Kurtz was over
M He omiMld his reduction at from DeLand Monday and Tuelday.
ay, at whi ititution he Haveyoupkture toframe?Harris
a muchlloved pupil. Mr. Meden- aveyoupturestorame ri
hal wdt showed a most marked ability is prepared to do framing and mat cut-
far bsinm. He etabflihed a large ting to order. Studio Peck Block.
Aiabse and hardware store in Fort _
Ia "M t, aWd a Mrsfterward. he .rs. E. K. Pratt has been visiting with
a similar bum in tovaa. friends in Jacksonville this week and
ppkisto impaired his health, Iincidentally taking in the State Fair.
1 sought restoration in Colorado
where he also engaged in sue I-Do you use a kodak ? Harris has
bUmml~er t o. While in the agency and will be pleased to supply
S a"Fort be was active inyour wants in the photographic line.
(]"risiam Endeavor -- I-- lo photographc hlne.
lar onqeo l to e took Studio lPek Block.
amihr. Mtm i thlle wokpop r wth e i Editor Wager, of the Tituaville Star,
11I Hle was widely aod favorably was in Daytona last Saturday and Sun-.
kowa. He was a good counsellor, his day. and during his stay favored us wit4,
pias t being quick and sure, and a fery pleasant call.
mied by a swia t intuition. His eym-1
patbies were active and his attachments Fou RF:T:-The Riverview Hotel, sit-
mtreg he will be greatly mieed by his uated on Valley St., Seabreee. Beauti-
may friends. who loved him for his
be hit .s dnowmour isful location, overlooking the river, lu-
mi m ay u at suhun q re of Mrs. E. A. (riggs. Goodall P. 0.
9 to Mirss arwsm RicrmondJ we 2ur' /. T. Conrad left early Tuesday morn-
vis him, with two young children, to-ng for Deland, where he went as a
moTur his demise." 7 witness in a ease at Circuit Court. From
there he went to Jacksonville to take in
S C A ../d the sights at the State Fair.
Mm. McGri's Dancing Academy at Major M. Pellett has bought out the
the opera houe is now open for the business of Geo. Ditman. Mr. Pellett has
season, every Thursday evening. Class a number of teams at work hauling wood
from 7:30 to 8:30; general dancing le- and sand, and informs us that he has a
gins at 8:30. Music by Hestionu's number of large ord-rs on hand.
Orculmstra. f'We still have some of that niic'
straint d how..-v. \ which we are selling at


The emaim of the Florida exhibit at
Bauklo aa being transferred to C'harles-
to and large additions will be made
to it.

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600 CASES
Of canned goods just received-
both fruits and vegetables.


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We have Pome nice Tarra Gona
almonds at 20 cents a pound.
We also have the Jordan shelled
almonds at 50 cents a pound.

Raistons' Goods fresh from the
Mills.

Onion sets. both white and rnd.
at 15 cents a quart.
RalstonN' Rolled Oats. per tl.
Sib. package................--......-

Raltoth' Breakfast Food. 1 5C
per package.................----

Whole Wheat Flour, per 4&k
12 lb. sack..............-- .......-

New Strained Honey, per
gallon.............................. v v

New Strained Honey, per
quart .................... 5 c 1

Why use poor flour when you can
buy Ballard's Obelisk. the lest
Sour made?
12 pound sacks..................-. 35c.
4 ............. .......... 7
Oar l...................... $2.75
One barrel......................--- *,.2.*


HAY. GRAIN AND FECTII.IzIsS.


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&St past few day, but is now ab to
cagaa.
wI z mb@Q Silvernal, the wier a?
amwNT ws pris, visited

raiM bread, the great brain devel-
oper and nerve builder, fresh every day
at the Gramling Bakery.
We de8fre to call the attention of our
delinquent Sub 4riberf to a little matter
we have mentioned severall times before.
J. IL Cole has resigned his position in
Ruas Groesry, and we understand he
will open a grocery in his store building
in Kingston.
i.If you want any work done in the
line of painting or paperhanging see
Kost & Gwinner.
J. Johnson, of Ridgeway, Ontario, was
in the city the first of the week, with the
idea of buying a truck farm somewhere
in the neighborhood.
The Knights of Pythias held a "love
feast" Monday evening at which about
forty members of the order enjoyed a
delightful chicken supper.
8Smokers'attention I Smith & Son
have a nice line of Frenh brier and Meer-
chaum pipes, with genuine amber stems.
T T sell from $1.25 to $3.75.
M. Loseley, of Titusville, was in
ipaytona the first of the week, and rented
the Rodgers-Thorp building, in which he
will open a pool and billiard room and
restaurant.


Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Fletcher, of Gaines-
ville, were in the city the first of the
week. Mr. Fletcher expects to manufact-
ure shell and wire jewelry in Daytona
later in the season.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Boyce arrived in
Daytona last Saturday evening, after
having spent a most enjoyable summer
in Massachusetts and Vermont. They
will, as usual, spend the season at the
Palmetto.
Dr. W. E. French, the well known Day.
tona veterinarian, was among the peak-
ers at the State Fair this week. On
Whxuesday afternoon be delivered a very


sixty centi a gallon. or fifteen cnIts a able address beforetl,,-St;- te Agricultural
quart. It's great stuff. society, on "Salt Sic-know.."
E. T. CoNtAD & Co. ,
.The Big Four Dancing Club im ar-
Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Lee. of Washington The Big Four Dancing Club i
C. have arrived and are ranging to give a series of danceis.I ne
Sar fr. a l n tBig Four was very successful in provid-
qThis is e first visit to at the Oak an i ng entertainment last winterand it got,
Thi i third irt viit to aytona and without saying that the dances will be
they an* very mauh ilaed with our equally successful this season.

S.Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Keeler, of Dixon,
wAllen Trowell and Miss Edna Morris fIll., will arrive in Daytona the first of
were united in marriage at the home of Mr.Keeer is the editor and
next month. Mr. Keeler is the editorand
J. B. Cae, as Port Oane. last Sunday. proprietoral the Dixon Comet, and will
They left on the afternoon train for Fort eot prt of his time this winter to
Pier.n. where. they expect to make their devote pot of his time this winter to
future honie. Mr. Trowell having secured oingreportorial work on the Halifax
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a position in a store at that ilate.
An advertisnient reaches two kinds of
customers. those' whot-se needs are im-
mediate. and a class whoi will not make
purchases until some i.eriod in the future.
What a mnerchant says through the
columns of a newspaper is often of as
great ultimate value when applicable to
the latter chtss as to the first. When the
time couies to lbuy it is only natural that
the pmuchraser will visit the store to
which his attention has continually been
directed through this modern and
effective nediunl,
WI 'apes and jackets at IHill's.

i At the sen i-annual meeting of the
Board of Bishops of the Methodist Epis-
I copal church, recently held in Cincinnati,
the date for the meeting of the annual
session of the St. .John- River onferenge
was set for January l1th. 190t2. Bishop
SFitzgerald. of Saint Louis. Missouri, will
preside. Bishop Fitzgerald is the presi-
dent of the well known Ocean Grove
('Campmeeting and Chautaqua Assembly,
and will be known to many of our read-
Ses. As the session of the conference will
be held in Daytona many will have the
opportunity to hear him.
(v'lBoston Br,,wn Bread and Baked
Bpas at the Gramiling Bakery to-day.
hBefore leaving NI-L and for his home in
Philadelphia .John B. Stetson left with
IPresident Forl,-s. of the university, the
money to finish off the rooms in (Chauo-
doin Hall. The demand for rooms for
women is so gieat that the building is
nearly full now. A large number of
rooms have been engaged by students
from Chicago, who art, to come for the
winter terms. So many have engaged
uanrters that the university trustees find


We desire to call the attention of our
readers to the merchants advertising in
our columns. If you are about to make
a purchase you can do no better than to
call upon our advertisers. They are all
enterprising business men and will treat
you right.
." Station Agent R. F. Hatch and Mrs.
Hatch and young son have returned to
Daytona after an absence of a month. Mr.,
Hatch and baby have been visiting with
relatives at Rockledge, while Mr. Hatch
has been on a hunting trip through the
southern part of the state. Mr. Hatch is
one of the most courteous and obliging
agents on the whole line and his many
friends are glad to see him back again
at hi usual post.
' Capt. I. A. Benatt left last Saturday
noon with Mr. Burgoyne's yacht, the
Sweetheart, and arrived at Jacksonville
Monday. The yacht is now on the ways
of the Merrill-Stevens Engineering com-
pany in that city, and, as we stated last
week, her engines will be replaced with
new ones, and as soon as the work is
completed the yacht will be brought
back to Daytona. A light norther caused
the yacht to experience pretty rough
weather on her trip, and on Sunday the
engine broke down, and fpr awhile the
boat was in a dangerous situation.


The Florida East Coast Commercial
company has been incorporated with a
capital stock of $1,000,000 for the pur-
pose of erecting a sugar refinery, on
large cane-planting properties secured by
the company in Volusia county. The
plant, which will cost about $500,000,
will be at Oak Hill, The company will
manufacture standard granulated sugar.
This is the initiative in what is believed


' Uin 0 latest stoyleo at

iJa Klgatsm is clerking at

m was a visitor to

palms for sale.


.A@ *W. UW Holly HiE.
itlk- ft o b as been visiting
wIitha eamvh frles this week.
.W- ar a.rChrb.as announce-
@Sa &B SOx.
a. L. Mondbn aterned yesterday
temr M visit to his pasents in Caaada.


' aLKoet & Gwinner hae just fished
a nse job of papering for Wm. Jackson.
LH. White, the grocer, made a busi-
ness trip to Jacksonville the middle of
the week.
I J. W. Wilkinson & Co., have a full
line of electric fixtures, equal in quality
to any in the State and at fair prices.
IW'Dom't fail to call and examine our
line of air-tight beaters. We have all
styles. J. 9. NIvn & hox..
Mr. and Mrs. Fairweather an/
daughter, of Chicago, have rented the
Purdy cottage on South street for the
winter.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Evans arrived from
Cincinnati, Ohio, Friday of last week'
and will spend the winter at the Hotel
Despland.
Mr. and Mrs. John Schants and two
children arrived Wednesday from Day-
ton, Ohio, and will remain here about
three months.
Mrs. E. F. Abbott, Mrs. Roberts and
daughter, Miss Ruth, arrived last Satur-
day and are again occupying their home
on South Beach street.
W. H. Peters leaves to-day on a duck
hunt down the river. He will take his
launch, Orville, and will be accompanied
by Frank Hand and Arthur Pellett.


Mr. Ames and daughter, of Vermont.
are at the European House.. Mr. Ames
contemplates buying some land in this
vicinity and going in truck farming.
T. J. Treadwell. of Atlanta, Ga., ar-
rived Thursday. and as usual, will spend
the winter with his nephew, S. H. Mose-
ley, proprietor of the Stanley House.
Mrs J. W. Stewart and Miss Stewart
arrived from Evanston, Ill., Friday of
last week, and are again pleasantly lo-
cated at their home on Fairview avenue.
A. J. Dodge. accompanied by his wife,
arrived from Boston, Mass., last Satur-
day evening. Mr. Dodge is a tonsorial
artist and will assist in Mills' barber
shop this season.
W. E. Kingsbury, of Castleton, Ind.,
nrrived Tuesday and will spend the
z,. -on at the Stanley House. Mr. Kings-
bury is a retired grocer, and came to
Florida for the benefit of his health.
Claude Parler, of St. George, S. C., ar-
rived last week and will assist in Morri-
son's Grocery during the winter. Mr.
Parler has rented Mr. Morrison's resi-
dence, and, with his family, will occupy it.
Moore Bros., with their usual enterprise,
have just added to their fixtures four
neat shelf display racks. The racks pr4
ject fromthe tops of the shelves and are
used for displaying patterns of dress
goods, etc.
' W. A. Snow has been assisting behind
the counters at Morrison's Grocery th
past few days. Mr. Snow says he sold
out his livery business with the inten-
tion of leaving Daytona, but he is now
undecided whether to leave or not.


Colonel C. P. Lovell, of the First Florida
Regiment, came down from Jacksonville
Wednesday and spent the day in town.
Colonel Lovell is connected with the
Clyde Steamship Line and was down
here on business connected with his line.
Every person who has a private rig
and livery is requested to send it to the
Wilmans' Opera House at Seabreeze on
Thanksgiving day. The idea is to show
the delegates the many beauties of Day-
tona and vicinity. The Board of Trade
are to have a meeting to assist the move-
ment. We hope there will be a general
turn out.


The clericus of the Protestant Episco-
pal church of the diocese of South Florida
was in session in Daytona Tuesday an4
Wednesday. Papers on the following
subjects were read: "Uniformity of the
Ritual of the Church; whether advisable
or not;" '*Observance of the Fast Days
in the week." and "'Jesuits and their Sys-
tem." Artlideacon B. F. Brown. of Ti-
tusville. Rev. W. 1. Bates, of Sanford.
and Rev. Arnold, of this plate took part
in the meeting. Several other ministers
were expected but failed to arrive.
Persons who delight in handling the
rod and reel can find no better place than
Daytona to enjoy fishing. The Halifax
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Ne4Tbhaamay hi Ths gi v I day.
WO, eeoatsatest atMooneBros.
J. I. Cole was a Jaeksoville vgor
this week
L.Go to MorrisoM's for olives a


pamt ws.bs mbsp OW t

A. 6. Carter, of Kingston, is elerking at
amh's store.
'IF oo Bros. an closing out their*
-attings at cost.
Miss E. Mass, of MInunspolls, Minn., is
a guest of the Europea House.
6. H. Matthews was takiag in tbg I
state fair a couple of days this week.
Dr. R. P. Hudson, a noted eye qaeial-
ist, is at Schmidt's Villa for the seimo.
F. C. Pickrell, of York, Pa, is in tows
setting up the new ies plant in Adam
Schants' building.


Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Daniel, of Austra-
lia, an the guests of Mrs. Daniel's sister,
Mrs. W. Van Dora.
John Y. Detwiler stopped off to "chin"
with his Daytona friends euroute from
the state fair Thursday.
ldam Schants has bought E. N. Wal-
dron's lily pond lot, corner Magnolia
avenue and First street.
Manager James A. Rowe, of the Hotel
Ridgewood, arrived last Monday even-
ing, accompanied by his family.
l"Look in the window for that late
mannish style ladies' shoe at the store of
Smith & Son. They sell at $2.50.
H. B. Corwin has joined his family at
Guthrie, Oklahoma, where they all enjoy
better health than they did at Deaver,
Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cowley, of New
York, are at Schmidt's Villa. Mr. Cow-
ley is a prominent manufacturer of the
Empire state.
TheGAsTrrT-Nuws is on sale atClark's
and Barns' news stand every week. It
is also on fle in all the leading hotels
throughout the state.
Mrs. R. E. Clewell and two children ar-
rived from Newfoundland, Pa., Thursday
and will spend the winter with her
brother, W. F. Gille, Jr.
earl es Kost and J. W. Gwinner, who
have entered into partnership as painters,
have rented the former bake shop on
Beach street of Mrs. Waldron and Miss
L. A. Cross.
William Fagen was down from Ormond
Monday. Mr. Fagen has charge of the
beautiful orange grove owned by John
Anderson, one of the managers of the
Hotel Ormond.
J. A. Erickson and C. W. Morse were
over from DeLand the first of the week.
Commencing next week Mr. Morse will
have charge of Mr. Erickson's harness
shop at this place.
MWII wish to announce that J. R. Cole
having resigned his position as salesman,
A. G. Carter will fill his place and give
the customers the best of attention, and
wurappreciate the trade. J. E. Russ.
* Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Moore and son,
James, arrived from Hartford, Conn.,
last Saturday and are occupying their
beautiful home on Ridgewood. Miss
Moore did not come down this winter,
A&e is attending college.
^3. B. Parkinson has opened his law of-
fice with Bingham & Thompson, and is
now deep in the mysteries of Blackstone.
Mr. Parkinson is a very brilliant and en-
terprising young attorney, and will ne
d ut work up a large practice.
Our readers will be grieved to learn of
the death of Mrs. F. E. Bond, whica oc-
curred at her home at DeLand Wednes-
day. Mrs. Bond has been sick for a num-
ber of weeks and her death has not been
wholly unlocked for for some time.


The way to trap coons is to set a steel
trap in the sand where they have been
in the habit of coming and if you get
tired of waiting send the trap after them
on the foot of a buzzard, at least that
is the way Mr. Silvernail did the past
week.
" T. A. Snider, the millionaire catchup
manufacturer, of Cincinnati. stopped off
in Daytona a few days this week to corn-
suit with Contractor Gove in reference to
some building that he contemplates hav-
ing done at his place at Hobe Sound.
Mrs. Snider was with him. They spent
the few days that they were here at the
Stanley House.
'Fritz Brubacher, an enterprising young
German, who has been stopping at
Schmidt's Villa for some weeks, has
bought what is known as the Maas
place on the outskirts of the city, and
will devote his time to truck farming.
Mr. Brubacher has several brothers in
the same business near Tampa, and the
nature of the soil of Florida is not a
mystery to him.
"Married for Money," a comedy of un-
usual interest is to be produced at the
Opera House, Monday, December 16th.
In speaking of the play the Atlanta
linurniml tara. "[Iid vmn 'Marry for


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easy walking qualities, style amid
ability. Toe man't matsh m
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tion they give you, and tihe
for that tired feeling.


CLOTHING
We have just received our winter samples in made
measure suits, and can take your order and have a asH


here for you in :a few days.
ready made clothing.


Remember we also km


Yours to Please,




Moore Bros.






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SThe Largest and Most Complete Stock
of Drugs in Daytona. Prescriptions com-
pounded by Registered Pharmacist only.

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TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BALSAM-25 cents a bottle.

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I Evaporated Fruits.

I We have just received a

dried apples, dried peaches d

cots, raisens, prunes, pitted chw

States. Fresh barrel of Flori

just in.


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Long's Old Stand.
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FOUNTAIN CITY PHARI1ACY,


NORTH BEACH STREET


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Has a Select Stock of......


DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES,


COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.


Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.


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DR. .. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during busing.
hours; office hours, Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.,



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..a.jIPTION IATUB:
StO aPr AMM asftitey Ad- -
-.- nmi mJ ..- tk am o'dodk Thneda the
Co.awmeat of BMetal cietislt. wil be
BLOW .0"Ij ifto order In theaw WilmansOpers

,willeIs a Manm at te ah ,
S i 11.1. 0- ea live* at e a gm M wUl tob a MAWr o of-
ftea st --I. mAltd. Amythlg pef- ti u11O epeakehur. 3Wsy Pm-
LtoipMnallem or quar*m le is t i being made for the mtrtnl- t
set be published except over the of the viNs. Following ie the pro-
,4NnDs dgian, me at our uuatr gram ofd the cmvMon:
-adih -t'. TwusDAY, Nov. 28.
10 A. M,--1trodUcios of repre-
*e.tUd at the Postoece at Daytona, e0sta Ml -M *addesof welome
Florida. soSeod Caw Matter. by Mayor C. C. Post.. Repome
by Mr.H bert George, of Denver,
_Oolendo.
SaRI N a, 2 Adrens of welcome by Helen
WH WuaM, Preadeat of the Na.
/- i mSr 9u irT tieal Mental Science Association.
SRMs. Elizabeth Craig,
fhets in not a tanlpleased wMit of Wahso
06 ao athe (dora p nplacin ligts MCESS.
o blHma! f ad amnd Miu r Sm d 2 P.M--Ride through Seabreese,
Dayso .deigm l ood.
S am with b eihim yi vy be 8 P. IL-Musical, literary and
d o r* i his onpi tde light social ,atertainemeat.
at pemit be played im the ceMtral xov. 29.
i dof the ty. -ad itn after r e- 10A.M. ping of Convention
Sty di ad ro l el f representatives.
do Connel pet In making 100 Report of Natisal Secretary.
bts i on ut-. she-way places, as mmuicaion and appointment
.ir action at the special meeting
-W h we br- y," comtiw id Mr- 2 P. M.-Presentaon of paper
Aoem ptywiy t tr a !on subjeb relating to the new
to copy th thr ovment.
r but it would also coi pel to rt Paper-"Immortality in the
. ameseedingLty bM prime forhi-I Fei by Helen Wilm .
lights. And bdoee I will rob s Paper"Mentl Science;
gqople 0 the home igtng I will Fauture,"byC.. Post.
mowt foriti ah e sa. I will all Third Paper-"Practical Reali-
emt et.for hti M wta for!zation of Ideas" by Cha. F. Barg-
peasM, but, us I said, I will not put in:
Silent hlghtt nor tring 6y 8 P. M.-Stereoptioon and kinet-
*N th eosopic exhibit by Prof. Guaten
J-- umgrm of St. Paul, Minnesota,
'~t' C0waem Vermifuge s a hihly followed by musical and literary en-
SJkpatiO Pat. from terom te eut
~~o us a lw hors of eery worm. sATVKDAY, xov. 30.
iee 25 et. Dr. J. M. Jones. 10 A. M.-Report of committees.
(JUnSinaed and new business.
p IMr *S.Af 2 P. M.-Presentation of papers
c ran nus. dw-oh subjects relating to the new
Pa No. 19.-The thought movement, continued.
-PaKov. O 19t.--The old dwl-; 8"30 P. M.-Grand ball at the
Sat s8im ole, built by emeral Bab- Opera House and Pavilion.

of( dI)a t ies owars. The pe. tnD 1.
r" bm ne ot bamv-, but a the 7:30 P. M.-Lecture at Wilmaun
warvery msrli ta rartons ways OperaHouse. Subject "The Power
10:at this tis samat ineonven- of Thought," by Mr. Eugene Del
k Im bH- of this old o Mar, of New York.
S Heights sp afrsh varied memories of Concluded with "The Beauties ot
0' sel eeas rmme tpd wiit s a "e Halifax Coustry," by Chas. F.
b lhld General hBabrok thl late Burgman, of Seabreese, who will
, .wa. was i charge of the construction give a stereopticon exhibition of
Sthe Ligkt House. His ad death by ver 100 superbly colored osenea of
Sowu at Ithe 1let in 18"4 dM not Seabeese, Daytona, the Halifax
ey thie work of tihmcompk-tion of the River and tributaries, scenes and
&I||4-u, bt his plans to nake an -. -
S "'S park of hi pr I VERY WELL
wenot atmred, Itwas thelight hoom M M 0 VR WLL
seds which made it not only possible
amlsemay to have a pustounfr near. bhe exhibit of Volusia county at the
It WssGeral Bahbock who suggested tate Fair was very striking. The large
the am orit. "Poses" came from the booth occupied by it was arranged with
a of the graMt os which the light esie tables and a two-tier step in the
hums is dmaitd, and for his pert he wrear part. On this tier was an elaborate
pag n glt e the "Park." display of presrves and jellies,. which
the. o ow of "Reminowe. e alm eshibited at thePan-American
em y a s tin e Iebeock place, is wherm they received the hagheet award.
tn ite l. e Ben- hi s The beauty of the display was enhan d
-n nai m ma eaismote. i r. by the placing of electric lights behind
s is eipseted to arrive in a fw the hndrds of jars of clear jellis and
marmalades. The display of (itria fruit
m on plates was exceptionally fine. the
N Ma.ae. specimeiM betig selected ones, and they
The T aMual mtigot the stockholders attracted a great deal of attention from
d the bed, Kia A Bred Co.: for the te visitors.
S |ctioa of ocers, and the transaction W. F. Rotzier, of )Ormnond. was on
d e11<> a- wilh beheMld atMomnd- hand with his display of filer brunhbe
gBove." Bulow. Volsia county, Florida. and mattress iwer and cake plates, all
1ea o'clock a. m., Monday, ieheaber of which were made from the palmetto
i, NI1. L. B. Knox. President. tree. The display was very aeat and
Bulow. Fi.. Nov. V19. 1N01. complete.


Haye a rural editor: Owiug to tlwi
-crvowded ouaitiua of our xolumas a
amhwerofbirthandi deaths w-etv. nw
obahly postpoMed this week

Thoumand of the most sotalbona and
camei lc piles haebwu icurd
by TaMr s Buckeye Pile o(imnwnt. It
wer ai to cre. Price .0 ete. in bot-
a, tubes 76tcts Dr. J. M. Joue..


A collection oi royal palnms in pots.
wam also on exhibition. as well as a fine
exhibit of sugar cane. and other articles
too sunerom to mention. The exhibit
wat in charge of Dr. Bouchelle, of New
Smyrna; W. S. Hart, of Hawks Park. and
H. W. Hasell. of Deland, and to these
gentke.en belong the credit for the sue-
cow ofthe dimpll,..


PROF. NICKS IS NOT DEAD.


Al di IM |tei, At-ocu.m 0 __
a and outh loida n ina Notwithstanding a widly current
aos at Midway and adjourned loast rumor that the er. Irl I. Hicks was
ModlAy m. Toemism broht ded, he newr was hi better health. and
Labmt foty COlod mniswtrs to town. never did a harder and more u cce,.fuli
Rev. S im es been transisrd to rear'" work than that just *losing. He
ad ad Rev. Ro will occnpv tLttlita jut omp eted his large and alilen-
pt in te hurh at Midway. did Almanac for 1902 and, with his
-itaff of able helper. haM brought his
journal. Word and Works, justly forward
For allnfmhcutsor wound. iii either into international reputation. For a
,maslsrd' oLin imenti ex- uarte-r of a century Mr. l-Hiks 'ha
aehat; whieklurw ts on workinghorwae. arown in reputation and usefulnesi, as
especially if tow to heatl,or suppuratitg. the people't, astronomer and fonv'asteir
its hahlNg qualities aire unetuilkld. of storms, and the character of the coin-
Prne 2rts., a.ad40cts. Dr.J.M.Joiew. Img seasons. Never were his weather


TA& LE f -. TIDES.
Week beginningov. 21, 19(11.
mn WIMNL.
a. mi.
Smdy ........... 5:20
Moay........................... :12
saM ..dv .... ...... 7:03
Wedg m ikv ........................ 7: 4-
lmwr ..... -... 8:45
'Ft ....- ............................ 9:39
atarda 10:341
mLa~r 110:.B
aiv Y......... 11 I 6 I


forecasts so sought after as now. hi,.
tinnily warning of a serious. drouth thi%
;ear having saved the pet pl e roi loss
and suffering. Milikons of bushelm of
t wbst were harvested through hbi ad-
vite to plant crops that would matur'.
ni early. The Anmerican people will er-
:*2W tainly stand by 'rof. Hicks. when it
7:34 ccwte them so little andlhe benefits are
no gn0 at. His fine almanac of 200 pagPe
:22 1 is only 25c.. and his splendid family jour-
1:20 i : alis only onedollar a year including the
11:19 Almanae. Send to Word and Works
iPub. Co.. 2201 Locupt street. St.
S-.7' Lou, Mo.


tiona of


tal Scientists. j


seisesusri


product of the East Coat of Flor-
ida, all reproduced from photo-
graphs taken by the best artiae.
wOWDAY, DEC. 2.
7:30 A. M.-"All aboard for tie
Tomoka!" ftiver excursion to the
Tomoka Cabin. A glimpse of Allii
gators "at home." Among tb*
scenes of typical Elorida. -


TUESDAY, DEC. 3.
10 A. M.-Final report of
mittees and action thereon.

Completion of unfinished
new.
2 P. M.-Selection of next
of meeting.
Election of officers for the
ing year.
Adjournment.


comr

busti

place

enbu


LIST OF SPEAKERS INVITED.
The following eminent speakers
have been invited:
Wm. E. Towne, Author and Pul,
lisber, Holyoke, Mass.
Mr. Charles Fillmore. editor
"Unity," Kansas City, Kan.
Prof. F. M. Knox, editor '-The
Word," Seattle, Wash
Eleanor Kirk, editor "Kirk's
Idea," Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mrs. Elizabeth Towne, editor
'Nautilus," Holyoke, Mass.
I)r. Alice B. Stockman, Author
and Aubisher, Chicago, Ill.
Hugh 0. Pentecost, New York.
Mr. Elbert Hubbard, editor "Phil-
istine." East Aurora, N. Y.
Chas. Wallace Silver, author of
"20th Century Conduct. Lawrence..
Mich.
Harry Gestefeld, International:
Metaphysical League, New York.
.Mrs. Ursula N. Gestefeld. Autihor
and Lecturer, New York.
Chas. Brodie Patterson. editor!
"Mind," New York.
Hlenry Wood. author "-Econoinv
of Natural Law," Cambridge, Mass.
Edgar W. Conalde, Editor Pl'atih-
tinder," Ioswell, Colo.
l)r. Paul Elwards, Editor "Men-
tal Aldvocate," New York.
Mr. A. P. Barton, Editor **Life."
Kansas City, Mo.
Mr. Gerald Carlton, Journa!' '.


to thatcit pc..:r'1 I'~p rt


piv. and
thlat i.. X'0 pl e ,
~*Ok) V.tc h )I..Lmke 0gt


A. Cecd Barnett,
S Steneapher and Typewriter
Copying and Manifolding a Specialty.
-P. 0. Box 46-


jil WI


: .P.g .
(Es
PLUMBING, GAS FIT"waS,
STAMjsd HE9T WATBB -
1A"TIN0. -
0 LOCATED 0 MADONIC 3OM 3 a-F


OCEAN HOUSE,
F. W. SAMS, p
Rates: $2 and Upward; fpsle to
Regular Boarder..
S.EW SMYRNA, FLORIDA.

Thompson, umre..

High Grade Tailoring a Specialty.
Suits made to order for 018 and
up; Pants for $4 and upward.
im.m ai Rtn q1 am n lsN aw e
Cottage Ave., rear of City Hotel.
DAYTONA, FLORmA.

WANTrF.D-SEVERtAL PmSO.Ws OF CKAs
.uwtr and good reputation in each state
(one in this county required) to repre-
4wnt and advertise old estabhed
wealthy business house of solid Ina cial
-tauding. Salary 18.00 weekly with
*-xpenmes additional, all payable in cash
each Wednesday direct from head oSe*e.
Horse and carriage furnished when nee.
,ewsary. References. Enclose self-ad-
trewed-stamped envelope. Manager,
316 Caxton Building, Chicago.


V,,e OAKS
f>.IS2 *ifll1- I fwlt dn" Rid wp r nd AW-


ia Ice. Co.
WauKm, MAnMagwr.


PURE ICE
Ma-.from Dtued Watter.


'V


of all03It"0111UI'UdW

~~'U SOplisalways amnhand.

- 4U&$oomtoUmfb Wik.


via t~ubw iA~b
via Piss*
SVia Ai w r:l 1. vi


Fori H.m Clar7, La*V -Ap B' *ala Fsl 0
A* ~ ~ ~ 2 W*t Dayc A8eb Ji t32
GAS* aas Ha#
Geo. EL Clark, Lca getaYtonaS, I14


*.-- -.- B-ii-i-i-i---TT- --


Florida East Coast I


Time Table kN. 3. In Eeet Sept. 1, 190L


5S7T3 BOUND (Need Dowtu)


MaCa--1s Avm.. a Id 3riluad

MILLS TRANSFER (C.
Hauls baggage, freight, etc.,
rates reasonable, prompt service.
Office, Boston Barber Shop.
Phon3 77. 8. MILLS PloP


J. A. BILICRSON


Daytona, Florida. ias a big lot of Harness, Collar,
NOW OPEN TO GUESTS. leather Straps and Parts. Juat
A newhorthrougout by hot received HarneB s6.50and upwards.
.A new hour, Ipated,throughout by hot
air. new furnishings, everything New Sewing Mahines for $16 and
to miake guetstcomfartable. upwards. I can furnish you with
Rates Reasonable. I
tes Reaonable. any kind of a ewing machine.
Mrs. George snlvernel, *rop.

U 0e Palm s .........'o
This popular home-like boarding
house is beautifully situated oau
I.-a.ah Stmret facing the Halifax, Cilet Maker and


.1. MIe


River. Th," rooms are large and
thI. tall-,, board excellent. The
li;,.- is baut three blocks from the
Ibo.tifrlte and convenient to all
the churches and but one mile
from the bea'h. Rates reasonable.
'4),1I'M. Proprietor.


lutterford, N. J.


H. George, .Editor '-George f OVE GIV ,
Weekly," Denver, Co,. Architect, Builder
Eugene l)el Mar, Editor "Mental; and Contractor. '
Science," New lork. Residence and office, northeast corner of
.. Ridgewood and Volusia avenues.
............ >^ -phoao e9. DATONA, riLA.
LIGHTS LOCATED. h\ -
UROPEAN HOUSE.
The City Concn-il hhl ua se-ial meeting NOW OPEN.
Friday evening of last w.vk, and dve- O e ..
cided on the location of the arc lights for rall Lycated. Rates Moderate.
the streets. The lamps will b lekatd Ar. OSBORNE. Prprietor.
as follows: Orange Avenue. Daytona, Florida
Fairview and Ieadch, First and aclih.
Second and Beach, Third and Beach, BIay RUG M TA 1"11' G
and lBeach. Volusia and l~etch, Orange } I
and Beach, Ma-.nolia and Beach. Live I AT IA
Oak and B-each, Loonmi a nd B.-acb. (Ce- and ART S UA R
dar and Beach. South and Be.ach. Fair-
view and Ridgewood, First and Ridge- j< all StylS
wood, Second and Ridewood. Third and
Ridgewood. Bay and Ridgewood. Volu- and &sigm
sia and Ridgewood, Magnolia and Ridge-.
wood, Orange and Ridgewxood. Live Oak I
and Ridgewood, l"ooniis and Ridgewood,I We v uuld b. pleased to have you call
Cedar and Ridgewood, South and Ridge- and inspect ihei line and get our prices.
wood, Belleiiew and Ridgewood, Volu-
sia and Palmetto, Magnolia and Pal-
metto, Orange and Palmetto, and one .
each in Midway and Waycros-s.


The niost stubborn el ws of broanchiti.
surcunib to Ballard' Hori iund Syriup J
Prik 25 aud 5.A1 cts. Dr. J. M. Joine-s.


I'lI lNH


vilomIn. Cuesn vilest
M4 nyvreftio.led if it I:ever f(nib..


Niver & Son,

i't 1E. II'.ARWARE and
I NI-:KTRTAKING.
s. oi, ()!d I rNizid. I


To oue sICK HC AcAOCHE
HAsITUAL CON TIPATION.
and anlln dhaases* *e*klW fer I-
dLgestlon. The@ wwIN M eV w
blood and make erorsiin
s FAIR AS A LILY. Tthe am
gelatin coated. is sUN


K
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A. BIRCHWOOD,


Nos-thownansd Westorm


MEATS

. Poultry, Etc.


Fancy Wood Worker.


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Daily Daily STATIONS. Daily Dtily
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GmiM&MM"Dal~ly Daily MAYPORT BBJLNCN.
Owy!nly Iex Son
lIp 1S Mal 4"ol 9 ls .......... .Pablo Bmnch ........
6090 e~jI .............. Atlamiti uc Mh .......


Daily Dai I DilDsil, aiyjDaily Daily DailyD
-1 _; -'f 3 l 3W 1563*a L" .sharaka Ar MN7 2a r i.pI13)s
6 a" OI4 -rpu i~p lI-5rA:651* Ar. IEast Palatks,..L~v 41,7i~ 16'liW


i wa.-Viso. e- bAN MATiso.P UltA-sCjL
Doors a d W idow L ........................ Eat P latkar .......... ........ Ar
Doors and Window SBerin, Pictunp 81sp; a|i Ar ..San Mateo ...._ ..................
Mouldings made to order. All kiad of oANz CITY y ROD BRANCH.
Furniture Repairing done on short notice I BRANCH. ex.Su i y xsun
at reasonable pricc pLv .......N w S mrna. ..... 6r40) i Lv............. svile............. A
LL IS 71ta ............... Mims ............... Lv
Cta veuA AFL....OragCitv1........ 4pi.H 8:t ...........Osteen ..............."U
Cottage Avenue, DATo:. FLA.. ge t .. ............ Enterprise .............

EESPAJYe TheTime TaLTbl i how the times at which trains may be expected to arrive and depas*
SSTARKEY fromthe several tatins.;, but their arrival or departure' at the times stated is not gM-
e.. .nor does the Company hold itself responibl tor any delay or any consequenome ase
ARCHITECT, a tbeetrom
GENERtL CONTRACTOR PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT XIAIL
and BUILDER, BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
Lsave Miami Mondays and Fridays.... 10 06 pM Leave Havana Weds. and Saturdays.....8 nM
Arrive Key WetTu tm. and Saturdays 10U pm Arrive Key Went Weds. and Sats...... -
Lave Key WestTues. and Sunday.. 7 &) Pun Leave Key West Thus. and Suns ..... 405pm
Arrive Havana W e' and Mondays 530am Arrive Miami Fridays and Mondays ... Owns
Suggestions of plans furnished gratui- For opy of local time card address any Agent.
tously. Will cheerfully consult with J. D. RAIU IL Ast. Gen. Pass. Ageat. ST. AUGUSTINE. leA,
persons desiring platw, and guarantee
satisfaction.


'Phone 11.


Seabrooze,


Florida.


*"You can fool all the people sm
of the time, and someof the
people all the time; but you
can't fool all the people all the

WE DONT want you fooled
any of the time.
Low priced paint will always fool you.
It may look well when first put
onbut will not last. It costsas
much to put om a poor paint a
it does a good one.
TME
S7" M-W


are made to fool noone. They
are honest Paints for honest peoa
pie. They cover most, look best,
wearlongest, are most ecoomoa-
cal, and dhwys full measure.
SOLD MT
Bingham & Maley.


RaiTlway


DIRiCT iLJiNE-QUICgK TIME TO


Luisit, 3MS, BlRMa"M

AND ALL POINTS tAST AND WEST.
NO OTHER L.NI Ap'ORDS St-RVICE -IKE THISa
THE NEW YORK & PLORIA EXPRESS


AND THE U. S. FAST MAIL
To the Emat and North.
THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITED
To the weat and N oth-W.-Wt.
The line through **The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot
Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the
World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to
Asheville and Hst Springs, North Carolina.

6 1 W AMU$ 10 W i umflC EXPOuIWo, M.n il,. *. *
Through Vestibuled Trans, Pullman Drawing-room Slevpirg Cai.l 1 through
Coaches. excellent Dii-ing Ca- Seivice.
Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with
the Plant S.ystem from lacksoi- tille.
For Rate. sahedles Lnd Informition. call on or address
W. T. COSBY. Travel na Pn.aas-n A0.ent, iO W. Bay *t JAC K,0\ ILI.E, FLA.
8 L RARBDWICK General PasdenxrAgt.. W.U. T.YI.O)K Anat.. Ga.i ass. AS.,
WASHISGTON. D. C. ATLAN FA, GA
April 25th, 19oi.


Thoughts


wander when the brain is
tired. Overwork, nervous
irritation, worry and mental
strain exhaust the brain
forces and diminish their
thought power. Feed the
brain, strengthen the nerves
and build up new vigor, vi-
tality and mental power.
The greatest of all brain
foods and nerve tonics is
Dr. Miles' Nervine.
*I have used Dr. Miles' Nerv;ne at
various times Jor years. I have found
it a perfect remedv in cases of vervous-
ness and insomnia, caused by pro-
tracted naental strain and overwork.
Have also used it in my fanmi y and I
know it is a true brain and nerve food."
R. 11. MAjTIN, Charleston. W. Va.


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We alohaoegood box paper

We have hd e t p- m and pealm
Whist i the city ora aieel.
Sl-dgw, jnoib mMd ea h bookn from
$4 down to aMets,
Faacy Crepe paper in a color mand


JEWELRY
&ims' watebA, else 6, 15
6W4l Egin works, 25 year
eft. Our prio...-&8.00

Wehaveoters


lisi..-yes we have a
Saiee amortmNeut of ring of
every discription-band,
e" t and initial rings. The
prices rame from fifteen
eats up to thirty dollars.


PURSES


We have received that
lim of purse, wallet.
ad ec and pocket
books. (Call and inpeet


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Sayou wE look evor
our lmof mekdwear we
an lmaf ta t it w illw
Paym L Wo are of
msi' tts hr S nsem that
othrnse .would ask not Iss then
50 entoit@o.


Be your own cob-
bler. We sell a
complete cobbler
set, including a
package of half-
soles for $1.25.


$4 Patent leather, blucher style,....$3.50
4 English enamel, button........... .50
4 Cork sole. moisture proof.......... 2.50

Large assortment of


Handkrd~d0


Hats
Imported English hats, regular price
3.50, our price............ 1.95
Fine pear gray crush hats for.........80e


Ladlic' fanicy clrddnw

for 17 cents apair, 4t


i NORTH BEACSHT.
Smith & Son, DAYONA.

'/* --


*- uIM W0lL

The County Commissioners of Volusia
county have had their hands full on the
road question this year, and deserve
great credit for the attention they have
* Ma the matter.
They had just completed the bridge
areoes the Tomaoka when the freshet
e aand took it away. This they have
again r4bmilt. The bridge is 830 bfet
long and is four feet higher than it was
before.
Thirteen bridges on the Daytona-De-
Laod road were washed out at the same
time, leaving places from four to twenty
feet in the road. All these they have re-
placed. This same road has been pine-
strawed about half of the way between
the two cities, and the balance will be
marked. Commemning the firt of next
moath the comaty primomers will be put
to work on it under the supervision of
Commiusmoners Bond and Rodgers. Four
atUoae for the prisoners will be built
aloeg he road six miles apart, thus mak-
ing four sections to the road. They will
comm sse at osn end and work six
les, thee move on to the next station
ad work six miles more. This will he
keptoa until the entire road has been
put in apple-pie condition.
After the work on the road from here
to the county set has been completed
the prisoners will be put to work open-
ing a road oa the peninsula from the
South bridge to Ponce Park.


TIM lilf EWOTYEDO.
On the 90th lep of the Beaver Moon
the Sachemn and warriors of Osceola
Tribe of Red Men met in a "pow wow
and smoked the pipe of peace." They
invited a number of their pale-face friends
to partake of their bospitalities and the
"naiety and nine" were present. With-
out being formal they demonstrated their
ability to entertain in a handsome man-
mer. Among the uwki-xty ljr.,luit-r4 werl
Siay Barker. A. C. lkir.wit. ('ast T'honia-
son. Earnest Mills. Wortlihn G4ove anti
Mr. Relletac-k.
"Indian" stories of various degrees
were told. as s;me prnv-nt were old com-
panions in the ''wild and wooly West,"
In year gone by. Coffee. "'sucota'i"
a d other eat:ibles were provided in
re t plenty.
The &ed Men can congratulate them-
SalSveS on the suketM of their "*'jiw wow
and smoker." The nienders r Gratifying inm-r.-a in the number of waur-


Mr. and Mvr. S. F. Wilcox arrived from
Greenville, & C., Wednesday, and are at
home in their cottage on River street.

HOLLY HILL DOINGS.
HOLLY HILL, Nov. 22.-It b with much
pleasure we announce that we have new
neighbors. Mr. Mann and family having
moved into C. G. Harrris's house on
Tuesday.
Mr. Burgman, Madames Thompson
and Atwood were among our welcome
callers this week.
W. McCoy returned on Saturday.v from
Titusville, bringing the engine for his new
boat. which is shortly to be launched.

LOCAL OVERFLOW.
I"-You will wonder how the 25 cent
store can sell so cheap.
J. R. Hill was over to DeLand this
week serving as a grand juror.
IWrA large stock of stationery in new-
est styles just received at Geo. H. ('lark's.
IW'You can find just what you want
on the 5 and 10 cent counter at the 25
cent store.
Dr. Edith Brush returned home yester-
day after a very pleasant vi.-it with
friends in the North.
Fr-d Conrad and R. J.Malby were over
to DeLand Thursday to attend the fu-'
neral of Mrs. F. E. Bond.


W,'Before you buy your Christmas
goods look over Geo. H. Clark's stock;
he has about everything you want.
Mr. and Mrs. 1I. B. Knox, Mr. atnd Ms.
John Reed and Mr. and Mrs. L,. S. (lark
were down front Moundgrove yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. (Gome Pa-etti stopped off
in Daytona a few hours yesterday en-
route home to Pionv- Park front the state
fair.
Rev. Father O'ltoyle return-d .vester-
dav from a very extended tour of the*
of the country. He has been to New
York. Boston. Quebec. (Chic-ago. Milwau-
kee. Minneapolis and New Orleans dur-
his few week's albsen e.
&W'Five and 10 cent articles at tihe ,5
cent store.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells return, d
from Pennsylvania yesterday to their
home in Seabrue7e. They were acompa.
nied 'by Ms. and Mrs. Severn and grand-
daughter. Mrs. Herbert Weatherby and
mim. wt ho have been sending the summer


o .. North, also caitme with then.
SPort Orange O ,
0 e gy.Tle 2."3 )ent store will open a. III.,
OOO*OOO****** OO********OOO Sturdav. November 2:..
POUT O AXso, Nov. 21.-i-eo. Chaum- .
h*BiaB, of Joliet, Ill.. drove down from Ti-re will Im. a u lion Thanksgiving
toNla and called on friends last Sat- service at the F:rst Methodist Episcopal
Mrby. church on Thursd ty of next week. Rev.
i Glad and sister spent Sunday in! (Graham, of the Baptist chunrh, was to
SGlad ad sistr have preached the sermon., but owing to
illness he will not cose.e Rev. Hawk.
Mr. Robinson, of Seabreeze. was in pastor of the Methodhst church, will
Monday. preach the sermon.


fut Johnston is supplying Mr. Foz-
8 'estote with fine Orange.
mas. -- k je .. n.i ai


*e Was am bsev@r.
"Did George write to you every day


soemethm to seem eUp OL.
It was along about noon when a
well dresed man lined up against the
bar. He had the air and looked the
part of a high liver, but there was ev-
ery sign of a bad night He stretched
himself. rubbed his head and said to
the bartender:
"I want something to brace up on."
"All right, sir. "What'll it be?"
"Get the large lemonade glass and
break five as la It."
Chapman, the bartender, looked at
him suspiciously and hesitated.
"Thats what I want." he ordered.
Chapman broke Ave raw eggs aIn the
glas and wanted for further orders.
"Now a pint of champagne."
Chapman opened the bottle, and the
customer poured It on top of the eggs
and, taking a spoon, stirred the mix-
ture thoroughly anad then drank It
Then he paid his bill and walked out.-
Clnctnatl Commercial Tribune.
lrrnes as m edsese.
That the frult posesses very conald-
erable virtue In this respect is con-
ceded by most eminent authorities
and for this reason as well as on ac-
count of their food value they are In-
cluded among the foods suitable for In-
valids. children and thoee whose di-
gestive powers are rather inactive.
Their Influence Is mild, which fact
makes them desirable for the not over
robust
A dslab of well cooked rice and
prunes, made dainty and attractive for
serving, Is a dslah to serve for either a
breakfast, luncheon or a dessert, espe-
cially for the child or Invalid, and
should be added especially to our list
of hot weather dishes, frequently re-
placing meat and potatoes and heavy,
unseasonable desserts.
A Na *ft a ptm4eme*.
"You are quite share. Uncle Bushrod."
she queried, "that Judy has no idea
there are only books In those two
boxes you took this morning over to
the courthouse In the cart?"
"Miss Ma'y," answered the old chap.
with dignity, "I done had three wives,
an' Judy's de las'. I reckon. An' I
Jes' tell you dis, honey. I don' trus' no
colored 'asoan's tongue."-Mra. Burton
Harrison In Lippincott's.

The proportions of the human fig-
ure, says an anatomist, are six times
the,slegth of the right foot The face,
from the highest point of the forehead,
where the hair begins, to the end of the
chin. Is one-tenth of the whole stature.
The hand, from the wrist to the end
of the middle finger, is also one-tenth
of the total height. From the crown
to the nape of the neck is one-twelfth
of the stature.
Tie Oraeasi Pai r.
Upon one point the disputants are
agreed: Man descended from a pair of
ancestors. Who they were Is not so ape-
parent.-Chlcasgo Tribune.
Happiness Is sometimes like a pair of
spectacles. While one looks for It It
Its astride one's very nose.-New York
Times.


It a man saved the ash of all te eil-
a be smoked, be wool have con-
amad L00 before be bad a poed of
ash.
Soer sen Thesebt*.
"I thnvight I was riding Intote oce oM
a weTe of popular enthusiasm?
"Yes? "
-But after I'd paid the bills I felt as


ibe a.0moeua -so leLas mSL
AMb rts eEn' they meairn ihsbe
bIa andk the vtr IIa ara a i rua
fm an dyed a brMt yUow w0h
trie. OO thn grmomI th"y pol



0are, wtM thl the Mle
bf et-N ismt animy be loa to







wwl. Buth i. aobe ethedral toe
mgmis to bad, amd msen asPIhthe
havet m Madrthde g umea Wt i
Asabis" obn Cb" MmM Mrs. te a t


oeftead thrkl thate wordmta
d amsd& gtbo tryshet .ogmemate.



Thm vw table Ivory nut ne eman...


Is the albomtomns eed fodwd to ohe T.o Va Iem*.
r sut o dwarf pal. rIm thse a. b.iulant bla varnish
mDiiS'".tuom turns'sh b thew ftern malm a bath of equal parts
4,5 ftot Utmtb.zn s boa" amitttie ot solve and nitrate of cop
many other lut eyarte s Dipt wh .rt to be treated Into
e be s uot with sp e i d At q allow to remain
mb JourmLMthere fir sometime. Upo" withdrawal
eat them owve the me of a alcohol
A Doublto Um wa. sil iE non b ik potma caor las
glM havea a new coachman at t he m e e
0ppeobanagem."
"What's the matter with the ti od IWsft Wor W ow.
m"r -"Wbast'll ye hare ahm asked a-
"He let the bores run away." verely at the brea at table, for be
"Did they run farl had bees out lae the alght before and
"Clear out Into the saburbs." eae had not yet torlTven im.
"Anybody with himr "I t Mk." he rpled meekly, "that I
"Yes, Mamie Rippeubaner. he amd would apprelate a gnial mile and a
the coachman haven't got back yet."- pleannt word about as muheb as any-
Oeveland Plain Dealer. thlan."-Ezcbang
Is a wert murrye. Beem mas mEbans fDt a se.p"
Beabam-Why did that woman keep, Im glsb gentlemen living In Italy
you standing at the door for half an *6oee daughter's husband was an Ital-
heor? Ian okere sad. "Italians make the best
Mrs. Benham-lnhe said she hadn't husbands I to ope I they have good
MNe to come Ih.-Brooklyn Life. wive"--LAedon Mall



GRAND ATLANTIC HOTEL
(Formerly the Holly Inn)

Opens December 1st.
This popular hostlery has been remodeled and enlarged to double its sise; accomo.
mnodates 200 guests; it has been refurnished and decorated; electric lighted and
thoroughly heated; ha'new billiard and smoking rooms, new ladies' parlor and
sun parlor. The G(ran% Atlantic is situated on the water front and has beautiful
lawns, and south facing veranda; good boatingand fihing from our own pier.
Rates moderate. Send for booklet. Jas. I. John. & S-M, amers


THE PALMETTO
C.O. CHAMBERLIN, PROP.


Opens Thanksgiving.


Electric Lighted and Thoroughly Heated.


Perfect Cuisine.


Hot and Cold Batlhs.


Everything Strictly First Clams. Rates Moderate.


L


isay st to -ak of at g

ment if the bamk m p d to mxs


,et to nMMt omL bek of ttut again
Is pIer -a jme t S IUnited -
am ouber Msi O emnms m .

m wlm m 1du s wi be
mm e .i to makea Payment ou
aeMMSt IItle boak is pushed to oz-
tMbmisM Wfth smuh nsuoem dlo,
SNOW NOMW m ImIMPOsl, thougt it
ee -m ito the but F. lstita.
fle, 3wbhuee.


M. G. odwin, Pp

M.&NUFAITU2WQa pwm.
Fine Wag
and ~na


IGeneral Blacknmith g and.
sCINTSWIC =Rox03meINwo@ A SUciaALTV.
Shop near Bond A Bond Lumber Yad, 17 DAYTONA, FLA.


-UPOIER- -_ J
He V. BRDA; CEYV NArARNUL'rURR IgMM
i. Mose and nfber t
Dealer in Second Hand Furnitumr and Stovem.
Your Old Farnitum Made a Gi a .
Second Avenne, opposite Schmidt's Villa, Phone 9 DA~W A,



NORMAN S. DAYTON,.


LUMBER
Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishin
Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings. Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Parts.
'Phone 49.
Magnolia Ave. and F. E. C. Ry. (We.t of IPostoffi.)
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


nnN


N


BENNETT HOUSE
ALBERT BENNETT. Proprietor.
This house im just completed, and is beautifully locatedon North Ridgewood
Avenue. It is perfwetly heatd.l biy hot-air; and has bath] room, and all
iiiodlern i.o)nv,'nieitces. cuisine excellent. Rates rousonable. Rooms singly
or en suite. All outside rooms. IIhui has large verandahs. 18
Daytona, Florida.


STANLEY HOUSE


F-ronitiniglHatlifax River.


S. H. MOSELEY, Proprietor.
Three blocks froinm I) 'lot: ,on. Blowk from Pootowee.


Terms: $7 to $9 per WeeK.


Daytona, Florida.


HA IFA X HOUSE,
J. If. iUTTENS. Proprietor.
NOW OPEN.
('oio \,n i,-nitl. I.'.L ate I. Overlooking tih iitewitiftil Halifax IRiver.
tIanl I.:~E -ellh-nt. Rates: One Dollar per Day: l'iv. to Seve n hDollars per Week
DAYTONA. FLO RID.


J. L. ODUM, Pi
The finest Market South of Jacksonville.
Western and Florida Meats.

Daytona, IF


proprietor.
A full stock of all kinds of Fresh
Poultry a specialty.

orida.


Rosedale Cottage
Located on Palmetto Avenue, near Live Oak Street. Every room thoroughly
heated. Hot and cold bath. Rates: $5 to $7 per week. Board excellent.


F. Go Lindberg, Proprietor.


h"raCo Bottling Works
Thomas & Burdick, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of the finest Plain and Carbonated Beverage4. Try our
delicious CCherry PIhonophate. All goods delivered promptitlv.


I 'IX whi


IDaytona, Florida. 1 St orws ;.t .tJu-ksonville. Palinam e.-lach ind I.ke City.
________________ The Big RUIT
BEACH STREET UI STORE
Chateaui de Speer W ines ,, -its. oife-tiiierY.CiKars id Toli.-.. .. arr the Fne
Ch-a tea de V W ine l.int ,fniiel.s in tihe ('it at t lie i.Low.s.. l'ri-es. A.ll Iio4il. I .liv,,,.dl Promptly.
.tW'ny-v fmir Egyvptiaan millj .re 's Cigau*r,.t,.i--whltle,.sale awl retail.
of Passaic, N. J. Vineyardcs. I'I'ETI CA.lL.Ls. rI'ri'i.-tor. ihaytona., Florida,
"1hone. 74.


These Wines Rival the World in Excellence.
Old, rich and mellow by age and years of care and frequent racking
in fumigated cellars as is done with the Chateau Wines in France.
The Chateau co
tains a limited sup-
Ely of Private Stock
tort nineteen years
old, besides Bur-
gundy and Claret of
nearly the same age.
The Speer Port,
however, nine years
old, as well as
the Burgundy,
Claret and Sherry,
are high class wines.
The *Climax
Brandy is 18 years
old.All are preferred
where known by the
Medical profession
_Las superior to any
Potogr of C~~. tet~ p. that can be had, for
their excellent effect upon the system when used by invahlids, the weak ly
and aged persons and in general family use .NVrthern New Jersey
climate, and soil abounding in iron is just adaot. our this grape for Port
wine. It is the same kind of soil as in Portugal Speer's winery and
vineyards are the only Port grape vineyards in the United States: only
vineyards that cultivate the real Port wine grape of Portugal : while
other wines or mixtures called port are made without a single Oporto
grape in them. Mr. Speer is the first and only one who imported the
vines and acclimated the real Port wine grape vines of Portugal.
Hespent thousands of dollarsas a hobbyto see what he could do toward
acclimating these Portugal vines here. It took eight years for them
to become acclimated before Mr. Speer got a single grape; during
those vears all died extent about eight hundred vines when those


I


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SHALIFAX WAGON


ImHALEFAX WAGON?


THE NORTHERN MEAT MARKET


RACKET STORE

l.alioih' Aw.oe.s. size :3 to 4. r'oglir pri., '2..0l now only............. $1.23
1i. ws., Sloe7s, size s 11 to 2. regular prie-. $l1 .20. no\v............ ..........90
C'hildrhi's ( Oxfornls. t o M. in-guhlr prie,'*I0 rt.. now....................
Boy's. :3 to t. regular iPr'ie $1.0CA now................. ....................... 50


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paga an ce- ------- ega ---s


Seaboard Air Line Ry.
CAPITAL CI ROUTE
i A N NIeL TMNn The bortst Routp.


-LW


The Bet LiUe.


Wm anDuoubl m iay u-'I Ufrv i wr w lhl 0Sundays
Mm mbe SB to
SAVANNAH. COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND,
-WA WlI' GON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK
with THOUGH PULLMAN SLEEPERS. It is the Only Line Opemrting
Det.y 'ma PulaN Car Srmv ic betwe Jacksoaeuvte and NewOrtemiK.


For furrthr information write to
A. 0. MAcDONELL. Aist. Gem. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.
IL E. L BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent, Portsmouth, Va.
J. M. BARR, Fiht Vice-Pnrsient and Geeral Manager, Portsmouth,


Va.


OIRMSIV4RNYCE


JAmESF. BALLARD, St.OIW6


U I


0"







raff


A number of tourists have already
registered at the Oaks. This popular
place is under the management of
Mrs. Geo Silvernail, and is always
one of the first hotels to fill every sea-
son. It is located on the prettiest
place on Ridgewood avenue, and has
the distinction of biting located about Florida
as high from the sea level as any ho-
tel in the city. S
*t
4


HERBINE.


" Advertisers. I %

The European totel, under the
able management of Mrs. A. Osborne,
is doing a thriving business. This
house is situated on Orange avenue,
and is very convenient to the .central
part of the city.
***
The Palmetto will open to the pub-
lic on Thanksgiving Day. The house
will be under the management of the
owner, C. 0. Chamberlain, with
Howard Butterfield as chief clerk.
The Palmetto has been greatly im-
proved this season. It has been wired
for electric light, and a perfect an-
nunciater system has been installed
A number of new rooms have als(
been added on the rear. Hot and
cold baths are also among the latest
conveniences that have been added.

The Palms, under the management
of J. McCollum, is one of the cosy
abodes in the city which oids for a
share of the public patronage.
*
Schmidt's Villa is doing a good
business. In fact it always gets it
share of what is going. Landlord
Schmidt has thoroughly renovated
the house and made several new im-
provei.wnts. The house has all
modern conveniences, and the cuisine
is unexcelled.
9


Nine-

Tenths

of

all the
People

Suffer
from a

Diseased

Liver,.


"11ni1p


IL


SoMdby Dr.5.M.Jeain- F


OCEAN STEAMSHIP COO.Jacksonvll
Ct. LOIS an


bt. I JjOUSB and Vnl/

DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. K
N-- tuTHu ,I .n S.... dule Effective May 1. soT
No. 4 I No. ,2 No. 1 I No
7:-* 2I f :n Lv...........Jlakonvill (A. V. & W.) ..........Ar 8:55 p5 *aSM
1 :.-,, .\' ........ ...... l.t a (A. V. & W .)............. Lvi 5:20 pm kI
3 .-1 6,1 1 1i i l. p Ar...............tcon (It.8. & F.) lv '11 30 am IS
7.2-:."uin i .: pIn A..................Atlanta (C. of G.) Lvi 8:00am 9M
:iMi pin 1I .i a .i .tr. .........Chattanogra (W.& A.)......LT...... 4.05am &:00
. ,.-.:5., .. ..:,, s...........hNa.Aill (N.C. & St. L.)............Lv10:55 pm
:I '.-, ,, 7:2 i \ i v ................ Louis (I. C.) Lv; 8:36 am 10:153
7: 27, 7: I m I i.> .........N.,-hvillt (N. '-&. St. L.)..........Ar 8:35 pm 90.%
1 :47 onm 1. i)iw, p .I ............Martin (I. C.).. tr i255pm 5156
10 o .' ... ........ .... ......... hi.engo ( ...................LLv .............. 6:10
7 < ini c-- .::: 1.... ....Nashville (L. & N.) 4r!10:42 pm 89 8
I 2:.- i ti t :, aIm \r................Evansville (L.& N.) -vf 6:85 pm 8 15
:1:, anm .*:to p r...............higow (C. & E. I:) l vll.005 am 7. 0
No. 4-1X\IE FL ElR. carries through Pullman Bufet Sleepers between 3J
,,t>viill, anil St. Litis. i making dliret connections for all pointsin the We"t
Nortlh.t. Th 'lirshil- !.. .lii cvair ree-wrvatio madi to Louisville, Cincmtiuad
C'hi,.igeo. >nyv i,,irin i.r .jsseng-i-r to step from one ear into another.
No. --Il\Y Ix'EX SS. -. <.,,i.h Jcksonville to Atla.ntan, nconneeti
throyh s,11'j-'r Atlilita to Sr. Louis, and at NaAsville withlthrough s ewWrbr
fi "hi,'Ar .


Al orreasp n Ln prImptly answered and sleeping car berths secured. Wili.
.l, il to nu.-,.t ,,ts,.'i.ro s at l).pot in Jacksonville or my offiee, 224 West Bay "
Drop uiw a 1n1e.
WA 1,TFt II .; :s-. G;e,'! .\A_-nt Traffic Department. Jaeksonville, Fla.
'. 11 ILE. ;.eier;al Pawwnxger Agnt,i Svannah. Ga,
E. 11. IfhTox, Traflc Manaier, 8avanoW Sa.


NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS I


Western & Atlantic Railroad.
"-DIXIE: FLYER ROUTE'"
I)l I BLE DAILY rION\ :TIONS. WITH THROUGH TRAINS TO
MEMi'PHIS.
LOUISVILLE.
CINCINNATI
and CHICAGO

(- '-."' l' ,', r In ''if' i'biiled Buffet Sleepers Jackjonrille to f
"." ,,i, 1,,,"t/1 -h, ec. Ch,,ire of Br tes.
F'or I t:'r ,;;ti", l r',.:tiv- t, !.t.*<. schedule. etc.. or for sleeper reservations, writeto
(. E. II \LM AN hi,.n. I'.. .\, ,t. TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pam. Aget
.\it :, I, ;. Jacksonville, FIa,
II. I. SM ITH. Trutfi%. Manager, Nashville, Tenn.


Tri- Weekly Sailings

JACKSO TVILLE and NEW YORK.
S. i:" :it I li ls-stonl. '., lbothl ways.
THE ,l:-i.ST STEAMSHIPS IN THE, COASTWISE SERVICE.

T-i Cid hw Er gland and Southern Lines.
li i);t'.,r't S .rvir. lHet' .n
J JA." :c..; v'ILLE, BOSToN AND PROVIDENCE.
AN3\ A_.L EASTERN POINTS.
oIiin ,1.t :,:Irl,, t.1"4i h)tII \V;Wit s.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.


4,. rthL'ound


... .... From Lewis' Wharf,
frc foot Catherine street, Jacksleie


('IY1 E'us sl JOHNS RIVER LINE.
t(Dellhiry Line-)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
s i.l- N,.\ A.\TK.\AI' S.\,T)i. ST. l'l. ANCIS. IIltERE lSFI{I). (,I)OLA )
1II.1. I'll iN ,I IInt. iiin-,(liiate. l, iinilgii on St'. .JOl NS li l VER.
ST A 'i:" City of Jacksonville,
S.i'T. W. A. SHl.W,


i----- 4 C "_ 'i" *,.,.
TK IE CUR eff oeof Medical Examiners. "i-e Stanley House, as usual, has -
I -Seventh Judicial Diastrict. ) a goodly number of guests in the
;-6 W0M"i tI S -p In ar-ordanee with an act entitled. "An Act early vart ot the season The guest-
i d -e-lva. to Rt1gulate the PrAetice of Medicine." etc.. ap-
proved May :, li'-. you are hereby notified at present at this popular house are -
NMsame e Ni Walllsel o4 e1 u that the Isoard of Medical Examiners in ald for all great followers of Isaac Walton.
1N 1 A 6 ad Pill-ow" ec*m** the seventh Judicial Di-trict of the State of 1
Sno al r i Mit i I Florida will meet at my office in Orlando. A number of good catches of fine tish Thi i;r aLt Tlnhrut li Car I.in,' '"ornl *i,:'i-1 .n 1: '
I OW known ad u der- ouUtY. F oda. on Tueda. *ieI are made by the guests most every -- Th. Athlntia:st I.n,.. v h..,t...n,. ':- !
.t aathat istr .n a dine-se an' n'ionth. IR L.. HAnt s,secretarv day. The Stanley House is located TO TH and Vislint.
I SSE 'w Abody6illed with poim on the river front. A Tith.rn S:.li-,iti' -. .-:,I.m. ,i::n 1%
lla es ompileteY shattired by per- Ntico of Gaishmealt. ashington.
DaOl r 0O-fal t Ue of intoixakt tiu it Istieli Court.t a listriet, Voluin .Co.. Fla. T 1th, viurn Itv. via l.-s Alip. t A l 1nt:1 :inl flhIttai',,:
MA r s Wand o antidote capable of w. A. iCoaum. i'lantii p One of the new advertisers this THE ,V est T he "' n"v u%"I. "I
rmdadiiieating thi poion.m, ,. Defendant week is F. (G. Lindberg, proprietor of i TV "[i The Southern Iy. via Savanin:s h 'olu.mrin .\smivill
g te raving for intxi- ITo Columbus Rapley, defendent. and all Rosedale Cottage. This place is 1o- The. Mlobilh.& Ohio I. Ht. via Mnontgt.'iry.
S ino'myMc urtgItIWlls IThelipom tlmaymyclone rn. RmrnlsnmPDenttoaavweekiet1 0ih ian Stetmtipf.IIlp;Iy'
oSathu itSithout pulty for ol'i Tke isY.,-t i, nrnishoent hacated on Palmetto avenue in the Vs Svnah h"o" S'a !n"ip "" ",
aetwI om t inm by this wonderful beet inuedl in the teer named cale,.. ai.d that! south end of the city. Mr. Lindberg TO THiE NIw 11 rk. Ihleillhi:l ani BIsto,.
< t-lli n<*1B Il.r n *w your r..:prtv ui the hIstids f lth Florida Eas -1 Via Sava nah aid \erch lits ;ind inli-i-r Transpor
"ROMEGlOULnRE,' which hai been toa.t Raltik-y company has twen t.rni her.ii.-ea has made a number of improvements ttion om snpaln tor l hilts iIor .
...ter manB ew.. of ekto' studyv sou. u,,,.q ,.ouapt.-rl -...>,re. M. Wa la.,c tl >p r iel ti t on amou he ; u s t;i:r'e.l
taiye'i of ab Te fat due. agei tw fr thc .e'eeut this .e n among which we may 'ia Nirilk IIIl ste trs fr N,' Y,,ri'l. lsi!t:mur.
ad U--M iofl iietriatew. Th-- fnItt Disr. ntrict 4fVlun unty, o-. 1ior.tii,., u ( il.- mncntion the installing of modern hath idl Wslaiington.
* --meaoedalg to die~tions of this won- .fore !I. -. t., I1 i. judguicit wuil bt einterre n t i n l o d m bth .
h i m, dio% i s .titivel guaranteel a. ainsi yol. W. A DAI:A'. I'aiuntitk fixtures. -o that hifs gucs.ts are now t",' K.y W'.-st ainil IlI \';in;i. vi. i 's'niiutilar auuil OI-a 'iO nt'i l int lu ;Im-1i'ip <',piiipal iv.
Ia t s ast o intate case, no mat- ---- -- provided with l oth hot and cold haths. 'T, Nsovai .'N.-ti:i. (';ip- Ithi-ton inal I'rin. el tdwardsil-d ll."Ni v;a t Kto ;it:l I'iri n:l:I.
utrhow laid a drinker. Our wreordo Atl.itic. and l'ant Stei-llhip ine flor lialif-ix. Hawkesbur;. ad haritt.st.>min.
Sowa sothe slDrnkardesiorn atio Noic t Gawmishment. 'The Halifax House is under the: W inT To
iaBMain o, Dn krdato- notlr. i,, ~,.Just, court.7th isrit. voluiap.. i. -inter 1 Ourist TicketS
9iIriam Mid nprJbt WIl t.4. I..llaintifl ) management of .. H. Gitten;., and isl tt t rhn. rn a Sn tat
W IVES CURE 'YOUR H USBANDS!w ill Iw oll -;fi.t- 'llll t the'' ,ill z ito l ii'li "tatv. I,-
W E OUR TlSB.NIS Jmes J situated on South Ik.ach street. The all H',.-'id r,--sorts. via the ,l'aint vstt dslaum h,, th. se.li- .o lh. 1902, hu lnit.,l t
~CU W i Rn oUI sese H r nrnb To Jame. Johnson. defendant. andi all otherss house is conveniently located, over- return niitil iM;:v '21t. with th' litbsrail stop-o.,ir liilgei,, ', in oir>r.!,ii.
S% a ey b is sin se a nostrumn but whom t may concern:oble ls pri. .1 Nor t .. .. 1. rll sp-
Sforr thisd em r only. anti is Take lnolice that a n rit of arriihneunt ha. looking the allfax river. The table ,ldIes.-' -sitiri. i ill I II,- No ih ..t I, s.l il, ri'l i,,I i li. irlllvsi lp-
devisedandel pepared tht a ite been ..s b in hd ieiad es siI board is excellent, and the rates are p11i" ( thit :il i" i t;iiiu"tli h ;lit,-I iiid,: i ti, i' t l. n t
a l o e vi solub pe an d t hato t hat i- propertyy in tfii. hand,s.,f ihe Florida s tll- iufiurilnati asti p ut itI's ,. .... at i. "') .'IIr -. ,- ":i. S] t """t t I,
o th i ly Vsolble and pleBastut to E .At C,,ast Railwsv Co'mpanp ina h-.-,i n arn- very reasonable. .. I i iin I' i .' r ."'I .'.' : : ". .'" ik-n, ill.' Fl"i'l.i
t,o tat it can be given in a it h, 1. Now. les \tui appear t'fr .. DNi M ;.nal isrint:. 1: foG\...1\. MAl'u i .
W lft.or Jole h w without the kn wf-hWa'laaIe. a JuaiiIe of t he Peace il lanhrdfr tht \V '.a .tN 1\1. 64-114.1,11slt.r l i ,t ':;. 11. l\ \VItI.N N. I 'r fi %l
of the Person wit .Thu thekndw- seventh t)stri.t of Volu.si County, Florida, The Ocean Houe, at Ne Smyrna. S ;l,. ,. :
oitOf epetom taking It. Thousttnd~io or before Deo .-, judgment will b The Ocean Hou
l recuedthaunnelvr s with entered aw.taint y.ou A. D. l'%.I rI'ailtist. is the best hotel in the little city,
pek e rii eme ady. ad as many more and persons trom Daytona going to
avNs b tswed and iand i temperate -c -- Notice- New Smyrna to spend the day 'vill
f tS^ t iMrisS th Ing. litie-'eto ir make no mistake in stopping at I. Ni The Nation's
bimr baowldfe in coare or tea. and bow- wit l. *i tlltament of curnelia It. Murrav. Ame *WVthat that they discontinued ceswt. all e-li,,rs. mlexatet"., di-trihute-
afte tt h d nt nd all ue -.ruons I a ing claims or demmst,, and if anyodyv can treat you nice it Best 1igar.
rklagof their ownh fre will. O1)0 NOT gainvt her estate a. herheby unotied to ishe.! ll I *
WAIT. Do not be deluded by apparent preMent their claims tsi tlh, ituidermignoqd *
idIU itimprovelment." Drive 'within t'o yver- from date oi this. notice or It's all lOrida.
"tgodiheaieatsoamland for all tim.e. b larred. RRAY The Randd Atlantic, which has for- trp.sl .... .-tr, with ,,pi
Te *'OM GLE GO)LD CRE" is sold at j'x'ciUttr afor--d. merly been known as the Holly Inn Why bny inl) 't bw. iIe fr)ti 'y r .t I. ,i, .
l Oesgm ylow pr.1. of One IDollia Dlt- d Da >tona. FI .Nov. 1- a t will he opened to the public the first ut.l ot.h,- dri whliti "n i ,'iu la h .. ..' pi e Il a i.t at ia ,iv,,-,'nt pi e..
ant Awin eh eual than ot ler of next month. The house i3 under Ih of 2 ..... ........... FREESBY MAII.-TO ANY ADDRESS.
e tigWS Wto 550. Full directions a- the management of Jas. H. Johnson Box of ..... .... ...
C.package. Sp a A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. Son, who have had considerable .,x- S W ROW LEY. anM ateo Florida
by kI d phyoiias when n-quesited Uperivnce in the hotel bubinew at At- S. W V. ROW' LEV. S.an Mateo, Florida.
wtihot extra eohar e. Sent prepaid to, lantic Citv X. l The Atlantic has
l the wor on tipt ofOne ".Simetl New Unr te Sn.. lanti ity, N. The Atlantic has
iar. Add is Dept. H22 EDWIN II. been greatly enlarged and improved i
iL & CO0.. 2330 and 2232 MarketI All doctors have tried to ure- ('atarrh and is now one of the largest hotels
8M1,1 hB1111 by the U. of powders, acid gawMs in- in the city. T'he culinary depart-
mstrietly confidential. haler anud drugs in pate form. Their ment will be under the direct supcr er.
casinic term to crack olsn ui i blt-el. vision of the prolrittors and they ARE AN
moSSeltith cbm *t ^s4 ee 6"p3-' ;lhaveentirely eaten away the siine in.e- o ne of Florida's best noted cht:-, and
t llt posmak that ^ maat brant s that tthir makers have aimed to C. D. Jacks.in, ho has olcilattd fkr ": ,..
Ul fleat It a bead. ellr'e, vhi'evpaxtes and ointments cannot '
r M I achli thedineaoe". An old andexperien-ed many year "as head waiter at t Pi A r
t practitioner who has for many years Grand Union Hoitel at .:trato: a ''
matdeao1,*nWstudyandt ipe-ialty of tthe Springsatnd ieclti\ at the s..I.DnE 1 *"IS
St S weld Wiou. L Sl. twatment of Catarrh. has at last r.Jacksonville. .l so in a ALL CASES OF
OtSoe's MextlranSyrupham *ccompihti-t > fe-Wted a Treatnient which when faithfullyv I j C S iF
41 igbborbwm' b-which haaastokuin-.u nl.d not otnlvy elievesat onti-.l, ut I.,.r- competentcrewot twa.Ler Mia iti1 DEA1S HA D A INI
Ueda vist, wasn given up to die n Vr atarrh.1i~v relltivill, to the (;rand.At antic.
.lv,-ietau Me hbad lung fer. DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
'.toi IAHir *ld die before nl uing s their catll. stopping the diseharte, andi ARl NOW CUBALn E
Sdsationmeur his medci c a i- eurinng all inflammation. It is the l W iy
Sm h eR r p saaStld th h rt usly. v known to .rienc-e that a-tually by our new invention. Only those Lorn deaf are incurable.
letin the b aew They at oner be rwacheh the afflicted pmrts. This wonder- Cb a.ged Hia liT bo i Only tO r de AT Y a
givetheSyrupindomlesoi htur apart, fl reimesly is known as ViI'.K the' It s tta mor nigs be wasbttser. n-d (GUARANTEED CATAIKI CU I RK" and insold. visit.el .tost:s I. lki.s lisupressively re- ,.A W R A AO
Itis ehotlktofeeeh atme.alm sa nt thee#xtrenly hvlow pi-iof(tme lullsr. (-,-t'tsl am I ii;.I'! tlall Iltarket. '"11,, F. A. WERIAN, OF BALTIMORE, SAYS:
t a few houtt of eaech allis *asalmosi at theexteily low priev of One Dollar, eviv<| at I a ii;;!l Hall market. TI'll -, l M.I -o. 1mot.
am ewer. Ias amal t like rtiui .nthe each e peakhintelntaining internal and ex- hclrk walked in fIrolit cf hllll down t 4 CGttlem:n. --Being entirely cured of deafne', th.k':L.t I. t ttmelt i w:! iuw g::.e you
ia 4 ha. M exic lainS ru tp her e .lUt is t in t. .rn ual o ditiein s iut tllit folrla f lln io tln It's i, -u -th o i h(i t" lu :ist- m arket a lt ti u it' I!- arfu ll histor f m vca se 'to be u ed at yo itr crt "tinii
We:r a sell l trisel i a cough twatmedtand vrthingafoftn About fhve vear- ago m:6- right earabegan as I C o 1. ": k(pt wi .-tting worse. unt I lost
=: e sm a ll Acul F t.. 0 t reatt tt anl everything n 7 to loud o l.s: "M:lk,- w:y. gi-.tihls:l-i., for myhearing in thsear entirely...
J.3 la se. Trui be. Athnaisnp o.. its perferut used. .e I it- i I u derwent a trwen atment for catarrtf a for tht:e :'.'f't x.:'.fut .ti a -: e.., ,>n-uliiteda nuum.
MeB ikan I Spyrupar a siimpledouhb "SNI'UFFLES" is thee only lerf.t mIh' preside tl ph ys Lcia- Slraes The br of physicians, among other. the mo't eninent t-.r -p-ctali.t of tils clst who lutold me that
h mlnru. ne Ila tKe best reI d) (tC Pt urrh It pv.r minde anti is nowV rt- presideUt of the Lnited State's: F'lilWv only an operation could ht'p nc. and even tiat ;v :eii: ,rniv. tt th- head uvisx would
"Iat|4Btts(f npiih. Pr Hg. mmirH nhi'eand poti k r thencease. but the l arinl in the affected ea.r wo0t 1 -t ,:, :.
t oprniAeIl ,is th,. only iYsafe wuld pl oitive it1 izens. make room.' Ithen sawvour advertis-ement acculcnit.Alv i" a New NVok :,,P-er. atul orleredl yourtreat-
'ii' if lr ll1tt isil0iviting lltali dis. sting The chief isad stepped Into coe of tlir nmenrt. After I had lusld it only afew d>i.s ac"c -'ir t 'v.ir i Cct .;' th n>t-.- d. and
,li-a.'.e. It s.n .' ll intltatll tliti uiiiekly stalls to look at some pgaime. when tlhe to-da. after five weki, m iheari n the ittae .: :. tntirei re-toed. I thank you
u heartily and beg to r-mailu \Nti V tr iv voir-.
n Ri AL tISONa O il! Iti-rmnin-etsly nnl is ,alKownllderfullly clerk turned round suddenI v nol. til A. \KMAN.1 730is Broadiway. italimore, Md.
aXNTer-TdvLd L I'Lutation i'HaC-h State ni-kt, rlis t re 1- iv l'ever or'll iin the lng himself alone. suddenly cclang-ed Our treatment does not interfere with your usual owrupatioo.n
ave and oudrep'utation in s-at-A Stlte Hoodl.
Sha thin eot a rqird) itoe p r atartrh wlhsi ngl,.tl ,tn ftleads to hi lotone and exclaimed: d".ly gracious' Ezamination and YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME ata n ia
S am adverts od- e a l ,, at tWhere hash rd d te YOU CAN CURE YOUsgot to'ELF ATr advice freee'".
Mtely bin h e of solid fitans-ial c4Vonityous,,tio .at rrou:ttoI t ill -- INTEMATISIAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE., CHICAGO, ILL.
tlw lof110k w ifn iyyou use ti one. It is nas Iimii ..
* il2S2. i OlI.O w aekly V ith rewintedy. hbuti a to plelte tPeatnimnt whi-hi
i additiomalJ, all .payable in ciah W joitvelv gianumntl tsto e ( Catarrh
furnil w to ditii ws OSTEOPATHY JOHN B. STEI SON UNIVERSITY
0 d rbem. Mr. oin s s .elf-ad- i M1,.k writ.f flt pti u l rs asnto ...fLand. o ... it at
ts 4ahud e s -ieilm.-h. Maliwittr,!111. S1t1, 1writs- fill p;a'ticularst as to ...D.Laad. Florida..
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hort Rail Ride to Savannnah.


The Bennett Houwe bids fair to have
a good season. The house house has just THENCE via Palatial Express Steamn;h:p3 f:an SAVA" -I. Four
recently been completed, and is built SAILINGS EACH WEEK t) NEW YORK MAKING CLOS..
on the most modern plans. It is lo- Connnctions with.New York and D .stjn Saips Oa Souaid Linep
% cated on iidgeiood, and also has the ^ ,, ,.
distinction of being one of the Day- All ti.kt .nts an ltls sul)li it tnthly ili .h. ul..
tona hotels that is located conbidera- Writ flor gn.ral iuforsmation, i sailing ~.helul. st.tt~ r :n r,-.,rvat lin. r '.i1 on
bly above the sea level. Mr. Bennett WALTER llAWKINS, J. W. WILKIN. ON
has spared no pains to provide every Gener Ant.. Jiwkswuville. A -nt. Dtyton. Fla
comfort for the convenience of his F. FFVIIE. NV. rI r. lW. Il. 'LE 'i. :tti a r.
New ier.th Rivee New Yts. N. Y.
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I had been troubled a year. off and on. with )onsstipation. hlil-
Stsad sick headaches. Nothing seemed to do me any good.
Owday a fried akednme what the trouble was. When I told
him he recommended R-I-'P-A-NS Tabulev. That evening I got a
box, sad after the smeond box I began to feel so much relief that I
hopt on with them. I have Ripans Tabulen always in the house
now and carry a pa-kag ( of them in my pocket.

One gves relief.

At druggists.
The FiveCent packet is enouh for an ordinary ooiasiozu
The family bottle, 60 cents, contains a
supply for a year.


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Puw Juices from Natural Roots.

i EUIAESivrw,tSMa nd Bowels,
nCsssl ISystm, PufistheBMood.

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