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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 30, 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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Volume ID: VID00412
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Wins he wvmo wowe known.
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linof ki to winter viitors.
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er of t am Army of the Republic,
pI vpaom* Iin the deb ate of the
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tam bewasa ddate for the Legw-

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m mi a v wry deirahe companion.
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600 CASES
OfeanMed goode just rweived-
both fruits and vegetables.



We have some mie Tarra Gona
almomde at 30 cents a pound.
We also have the Jordan shelled
almouhd at 50 cents a pound.

astot Ooods fresh from the
Milk.

Onle ts, both white and red,
at 1 oets a quart.
Raatoma' Boed Oats, per Ir_
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Raint-ou' Brakfast Food, C
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Whole Whaet Flour, per
12lb. saek

New Strained Honey, per (60


New Strained Honey, per
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Wy Ballard's Obelisk, the best
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SPO- sacks 35c

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F LOCF A INTEREST TO ALL

iWNew stock of "Queen Quality" shoes
at Hill's


WA large line of comforts at all
prive at Niver & Son's.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Martin, of Florence,
Mawa., are recent arrivals at the Bennett
House.
G. B. Lamar, assistant cashier of the
First National Bank of St. Augustine,
was in the city last Monday.
There will be a union temperance meet-
ing at the Congregational Church Sun-
day evening at seven o'clock.
W Have you pictures to frame ? Harris
is prepared to do framing and mat cut.
ting to order. Studio Peck Block.
W. H. Peters was down on the lagoo
the first of the week duck shooting. Fe
returned Wednesday with 24 mallarus.
SWDo you use a kodak ? Harris has
the agency and will be pleased to supply
your wants in the photographic line.
Studio Peck Block.
Adam Schants was called to Dayton,
Ohio, Monday morning by a telegram
announcing the serious illness of his
son's wife.
Rev. Sparkman accompanied Pastor
Graham. of the Baptist church, overfrom
DeLand and delivered the morning and
e9'nng sermons last Sunday.
J. E. Long writes us that be and Mrs.
Long are now at Beaumont. Texas.
Mr. Long will embark in the tea and
coffee business at that place.
J. J. Button, of Chicago, an old time
resident, arrived for the season last
week. We hope that he may again con-
clude to become a resident of Daytona.
For: RBS-r:--The Riverview Hotel, sit-
uated on Valley St., Seabreeze. Beauti-
ful location, overlooking the river. In-
quire of Mrs. E. A. Griggs. Goodall P. O.


The Seaside Inn has a new ad in this
issue. This new and modern house is
situated oa the ocean beach, and is under
the management of Dunklee & Coss, two
hotel men of exlwrienwe.
Ni"We still hai.-' some of thl:t ni,.
strained honey. \ %hi .h we are wllii. "%
sixty cents a "on, quart. I;'-,,i.4tuff.
E. T. CONRAD & Co.
Read carefully the ads. in the GAzETTW-
Nzws. and act accordingly. The best
merchants in the city use our columns,
and you can depend on receiving cour-
teous treatment from every one of them.
The G. P. Ballough Co. have just com-
pleted the plumbing in the Breakers, the
Kupperbush house and the Wilmans
Opera House at Seabreeze. They have
also been doing plumbiAg in the Claren-
don Inn and Colonnades.
S. W. Rowley, the manufacturer of tbhe
well known San Mateo cigars, was in
the city Monday drumming up trade.
Mr. Rowley's cigars took first prize at
the State Fair last week. If you enjoy
a good smoke send for a box of San-
Mateos. See ad. on fourth page.
Veterans Attention! There will be a
regular meeting of Jo Hooker Post, No.
9. Department of Florida, at Masonic
Hall, on Friday evening, Dec. 6th., at I
7:30 o'clock; election of officers. Visiting'
comrades welcome.
THoe. H. Cavi, Adjutant.
Commencing about the first of the year
the Daytona Ice Company will move
their office into the Schanti building and
handle the ice manufactured by Mr.
Schantz' plant. The old plant will re-
main where it is for the present but later
on it will probably be moved to some
point further south.


Charles Schantz was in a rather ticklish
prediciment one day last week. He was
out in the cypress swamps in the after-
noon when darkness overtook him, and
he and his horse lost their way. They
traveled for several miles through the
sloughs aad Mr. Schantz lost his buggy,
a suit of clothes and about ten dollars in
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Frank L Bond wa over.mo Dmelamd
Thursday.
SWANim buy a Wlar o0we
Mk; eau a Holly Inn.
A handsome automobile arrived Wed-
Usear for J. B. Moore.
Ool. L: B. Crooker arrived from Men-
dota, Ill., last Saturday.
I Boston Brown Bread and Baked
BIB .at the Gramlitn Bakery to-day.
A. Pellet has his new boat n the
water, and she presents a very pleasing
appearance.
Im.If you want any work done in the
line of painting or paperhanging see
Kost & Gwinner.
C. W. Morse came over from DeLand
Tinwday nnd has taken charge of Erick.
Kon' b"a usM shop.
IWBrain bread, the great brnin devel.
ApSr and nerv bmiwr fresh e ery day
at the Gral kery.
Wm. tiling and family have mo\,i
into the Baxter cottage at the corner t i
Ridgewood and Second avenues.


Mrs. G. H. Matthews and Mrs. Balcom
reaumed Tuesday, after having spent
thesunmmer th relatives in the New
England states.
D. A. Blodgett arrived from Grand
Rapids Wednesday, much to the delight
of his many Daytona friends. His family
will arrive in a few days.
While T. A. Snider was here last week
he made a contract with 8. H. Gove teO
have built a ten thousand dollar resi-
dence at his place on Hobe Sound.
The students of the high whool pre-
sented Miss Brown, one of the efficient
teachers, with a beautifully arranged
basket fruit and confectionery as a
T giving present.
E. Gilmore arrived from.DeLand
this week and has charge of the new
North bridge. What was formerly
known as the North bridge will now be
known as the Central bridge.
J. E. Erickson has moved his Landish
harness machine over from DeLand to
his shop at this place, where he will leare
it until he has made up twenty-five *tes
of harness which he has orders for.
Dr. Fulwood, presiding elder of tbe
M. E. Church, South, will hold the last
quarterly meeting of the year at toe
church today and tomorrow. PreadA-
ing services at eleven o'clock tomorro*r.
Nelson Pyle, a tonsorial artist, arrived
from Richmond, Indiana, last week an
will assist en the Up-to-Date TonsoriaW
Parlor this winter. Mr. Pyle has had.
years of experience at the trade and
comes highly recommended.
Win. C. Schultz, of Fon du Lac, Wie.,
and Win. Begansa, of Chicago, were the

guests of R. I. Wall Tueoday. These
gentlemen were on their way to the Islej
of Pines, where they have invested in ter
company in which Mr. Wall and otler
local people are interested in.
J. M. Fleming, of Jacksonville, well
known to Daytonians as the geniel
traveling passenger agent of the Spa-


board Air Line, will succeed B. H. Hop-
kin. as Florida passenger agent of thed
Louisville & Nashvils railroad. Mr.
SFl.,-mini il1 enter upon his now duties
,1ornlinv


Z. T. Mitchell, of New S"g iyia, e.~rnnht
a large man eating hark off thi Now
Smyrna bridge last week, which iri'n--
ured over nine fret in length. lie ham the
jaws of the monster a a relic. They
have several rows of sharp teeth, and it
takes a person with a strong nerve to
view them without a shudder.
/Wm. P. Kenney has leased the Breakers
for the season. Mr. Kenney has man-
aged the St. Elmo at Green Cove Springs
for the past five years, and prior to that
he was manager of the Buckingham at
St. Augustine. In the summer he runs
N the Marlborough House at Avon-by-the-
Sea, New Jersey. The Breakers will
open for the season on the twentieth of
December.
Mrs. C. W. Gramling engaged a colored
woman to do her ironing Wednesday,
and in filling a lighted gasoline stove the
colored damsel filled the tank to over-
flowing and an explosion occurred, which
resulted in burning nearly every stitch of
Clothing off her and scorching her hair.
Mr. Gramling went to her rescue and
severely burned one of his hands in e
tinguishing the flames. /
The road between Moundgrov and
Favorite is liable to prove a bone of
contention between the County Com-
missioners and the Volusia Sportsmens"
Club. The county records show that
the road was duly laid out and opened,
while the officers of the club claim the
opposite and say that they will not
allow it to be used as public highway.
They claim it as their property.


Under Cometroller Croom's construc-
,,tipn of the revenue law. clerks of the
court, county judges, justices of the
peace and notaries public, before whom
legal papers are executed for a fee, shall
pay a license tax of $7.50. Lawyers
who are also notaries public are exempt


I New uaderwear at Hill's.
Cool weather is wih us ad oystms

W New clothing in latest styles at
Moore Bros.
W. S. Newton arri from OGreenville,
Conn., Wednesday.


WPhoenix ilvUetr4 palms for sale.
apply to E. N. Waldrea.
Judge Stewart was over from DeLand
Wednesday on legal btiness.
WlLaunch *Tomoba" for charter.
Apply W. II. Heath, 1lly Hill.
Choice furnished roos on Beach street
for rent. Inquire at the GAz UT-Nzws
office.
The District Convention of the Chris-
tian Endeavor i in session at New
Smyrna.

The Palmetto qopealto the public
Thursday. and the Grand Atlantle and
Ridgwood will open to-morrow.
O9'J. W. Wilkinson & Co., have a full
line of electric fixtures, equal in quality
to any in the State and at fair prices.
The GArnr-Nws is on male atClark's
and Barnes-' news stand every week. It
is also on file in all the leading hotels
throughout the state.
SW'Don't fail to call and examine our
line of air-tight beaters. We have all
styles J. H. Nrvun & Sol.
iC.- CPost, Helen Wilmans andCharles
F. Burgman were indicted by the grand
jury at Macon, Georgia, last Saturday,
on the charge of using the mails for
fraudulent purposes.


W. M. Carswell and mother, Mrs. E. L.
Careswell, arrived from Chicago Friday
evening of last week and are occupying
their cottage on North Beach street.
Miss Carswell will remain North a few
weeks longer.
Xies Mabel A. Bingham, daughter of
Major Bingham, was a trained nurse in
the Railroad Hospital at Jacksonville,
at the time of the fire Wednesday morn-
ing. She escaped without any injuries
but lost all of her clothing and personal
effects.
Visitors to Florida should not forget
that all non-residents of the State are
required to take out a license to hunt
deer, turkey and quail. The license is
issued by the clerk of the circuit courtW
and a separate license must be provided
for each county.
August Schmidt came home from Stet-
son University to spend Thanksgiving.
He was accompanied by Prof. Robert L.
iechofield, instructor in mpsic at the uni-
versity, ho was Mr. Schmidt's guest
forthmay. They returned to DeLand
F morning.
The Florida East Coast Railroad Hos-
pital at St. Augustine was completely
destroyed by fire Wednesday morning.
The fire is supposed to have been caused
by mice knowing matches. The loss is
estimated at $15.000 but the building
was covered by insurance.
/)\iss Myrtle E. Rix gave a straw ride
to a number of friends last Saturday
evening. The party consisted of the fol-
lowing: Elizabeth Silvernail, Minnie Ru-
ger. Louise Foote, Mamie Dillingham,
Edith Barrat, Myrtle Rix, Claude John-
son, Tad Johnson, Roy P. Barker,
Neville Clnrk. Harry Thompson and
Prof. C E. Richards.


ii. L. Koebersperger, the proprietor of
the Breakers, has been making great im-
provements to the house since the sum-
mer season closed. He has had added-
a number of sleeping rooms, also private
baths, and a sun parlor on what was
formerly the roof of the house. From
the sun parlor a person can see many
miles in each direction.
R. E. Tattam, a distinguished English-
man, is in attendance at the Mental Sci-
ence Convention, and favored our sanc-
tum with a very pleasant call yesterday.
Mr. Tattam is very much pleased with
the people of Florida and says he is much
surprised that they are so social and in-
formal. He hails from Manchester, and
this is his first trip across the Atlantic
ocean. He informs us that it is his in.
tention to spend the greater part of the
wi r with us.
,IcCoy Brothers' new boat, the Colum-
bia, will be launched next Tuesday.
The boat is 46 feet and 6 inches long,
and 10% feet wide, and will carry fifty
persons. It is equipped with a 10-horse
power Globe engine, and has everything
in the way of equipment that a first
class bott is expected to carry. It is
finished in Spanish cedar and ted bay.
The greater part of the cabin is glass,
and the inside furnishings are beautiful.
The Columbia will be run daily between
Daytona and New Smyrna, commencing
the 9th of December.


Daytona is certainly getting to be a
very gamey town. Thanksgiving day,
when the southbound train stopped at
the station, the "cocks began to crow to
beat the band." The above mentioned
birds were brought down from Neoga


W ild gloves In black, ta, brown,
whit andla t at i H's.
Choie furaished room on Beach stre
for rent. Inquire at the GOasTm-News
oM.
M. W. C. Day and Mis Matti Sparks
spent Thanksgiving with frieods in St.
Augustine.
We are glad to m merit recognimd.
The Et Coast got fit pris on orange
lime sMd grape fruit.
Majorand Mrs F. Britton arrived
from Boston Wedaesday evening to the
delight of their many friseds.
Mrs. Abbie Peer arrived from New Jer-
sey yesterday anad will make her future
home with Mrs. S. H. Coleman.
J. Meyer, a prominent businsem an of
Richmond, Virginia, is the guest of
Bchmidt's Villa for the season.
IIf you are ia area of Christmas
plats youn m t e fis larger or atme
seletion than at oo. H. Clark's


Mrs. Fitch Dewey and daughter, Mim
A. Dewey, of Toledo. Ohio, are gs-ts of
the Benmett House for the ason.
George Wray returned last Monday
from an extended visit to St. Augustine,
Palatka and various points on the St.
John's River.
lOWGeo. H. Clark's large stock con-
tains articles that cannot be bought for
the price he ofbrs"them at, this side of
New York.
Prof. Knox, Opera House, Sunday 8
p. m, on the "Possibilities of Man"
Admission free, Mrs. Bennet, a noted
vocalist will sing.
The season in Daytona is opening with
more tourists than ever before. Every-
thing goes to show that this will be an
exceptionally good season.


The Palmetto Club will meet on Dec.
9th at 2:30 o'clock, at the Club Rooms
in the Atlantic Block. Each member is
expected to answer to roll call with a
quotation.
Among those from here who leftyester.
day afternoon for the Christian Endeavor
convention at New Smyrna were: Rev.
Longdon, Rev. Dana Sht-rill, the Misses
Gail Moore, Evelyn Clark, Myrtle Rix,
Ruger and Mr.:J. R. Hill.
"Married for Money" at the Opera
House on the 16th promises to be of
more than ordinary interest. The com-
pany are highly spoken of where they
have appeared and the comedy is inter-
esting from curtain to curtain. Seats
will be on sase next week.
Pellecier & Rix have put on a new 'bus
which is very handsome. It is beautifully
decorated, and is large and roomy. This
firm is better than ever equipped to
furnish first class accommodations to its
patrons. They have received several
new rubber tire rigs, and have some of
of the finest horses in the county.
Prof. Knox, of the noted Mental Science
College of Seattle, Washington. and
originator of the Mental Science Conven-
tion will lecture at the Opera House Day-
tona, Sunday, December Ist 1901, at 3
p. m. on the "Possibilities of Man."
Admission free. Mrs. P. P. Bennett of
the Chicago Musical College, will sing
Prof. Knox is highly endorsed by Con
gregationists, Methodist and Catholic
and other denominations of his State as
well as by many noted educators. Do
not fail to bear him.

MENTAL SCIENCE CONVENTION.


The Convention of Mental Scientists
was called to order Thursday morning
at the Wilmans' Opera House. Mayor
Post, of Seabreese, delivered an address
of welcome. Helen Wilmans alsogave an
interesting talk. At 7:30 in the evening
Helen Wilmans delivered a lecture on the
"Immortality of the Flesh," followed
by a musical, literary and social enter-
tainment.
Friday was devoted to lectures and an
entertainment program, which concluded
with a stereopticon and kinetiscope ex-
hibition by Prof. Gusten Jnngren, of St.
Paul, Minn.
To-night the visiting delegates will be
entertained at a ball which will be given
at the Wilmans' Opera House.
About 300 delegates from all parts of the
Union and one each from England and
France are in attendance at the conven-
tion. The Convention will adjourn
about Tuesday noon.

COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.


The city solans met in regular session
Monday evening with President Bingham
in the chair. Aldermen Conrad, Atwood,
Rix, Schmidt, and Foster were present.
A goodly delegation of onlookers were
also present. A number of lills we-n
allowed and ordered paid, uid perniim ion
granted to J. D. Robert-on to remove a
dead hickory tree on his parkage in front
of his residence. It was decided to have
the street committee locate all the dead
trees on the streets of the city, and to
report at the next meeting. An effort
will then be made to have them removed.
The two lights which were allotted to


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DUTCHESS TROUSERS
Fromth Shepto thl Ma WAa2m el-TS my
pair of Dotehes Wool trnmuM at WO.00, g., 0,M
4.00 or 5.00,ad wear them two mothl. For a 4 I
pender bottoa that coma of, we w pay you ntr'a
they rip at the wist ad we will pay you N V e-
they rip i mth sat or dewhsweMwe will a pa y Y m
or give you a ww pair. They are nudoubedly thlm Wb.


SHOES for EVERYBODY


EverTybody admires our shoes, for
their artneibot: Caaps, b xsibl
easy waflkaiwg u j s, yl and d e
ablty. You san't mmakh our a*
Samilto*BrWOW ohoes for the pri


mywbu, leaving out the satia-
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 csa take your order and have a suit
here for you in few days. Remember we also keep
ready made clothing.




Yours to Pase,



Moore Bros.


. I I 1Si1eJ. A CoI Druggsts

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


SPerfumery and Toilet Articles..
TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BALSAM-25 cents a bottle.
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We have just received a new line

dried apples, dried peaches, dried apri-

cots, raises, prunes pitted cherries andW

dates. Fresh barrel of Florida syrup

just in,


D. F. MORRISON


Long's Old Stand.


'Phone; I9.
Comet 3s~h Sm'e.CA;da.adAm.


FOUNTAIN CITY PHARMIACY,


NoRur BEACH STREET


Has a Select Stock of......


DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES, .


COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.


Perfumery and Fancy Tolict Articles.


IIR. .1. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during ,busine.
hours; office hot 3% Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.,



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SUU.CRPTION 4RAM~:
91.50 pw'Anmmm, Strictly in Adrace .


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tambftt~pUUOwalgi'ijuiSor quarreb
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vcrati'h .igtue. and at our regular


Enwted iat rthe Poltoffiu1 at Daytona,
Florida, asig tkoud ('Lam Mattor.


WgMorripon meets any pria in the

Everyone attending the state fair are
'Ieligted with what they saw. There
boould be owoevery year and held in
Jacksonville.
.1llOtraiit! QAt cost at Muorvn Bn'u.
o WalaT. the Aurio man, prturned to
Daptoa Thunsday and will again con-
duct a store here this season.
_i'"Codflh at Teapot 4;rN'ir:;:.
Thousand. of the inmat atutlbborn and
ditrening caneum of pil's have Ieen **un-d
y Tabler's Buckeye 'ile Ointmnt. It


Them are now 15 prisoners in the
county bastile at DeLand.
- T1h rtim t iitlateset styles at
Nuoie Bros.
The ,I piv-t is nouw well supple d
i i dand pal".


Satordy. Nov. .e, 1901.



We have ieeived the following letter
Inrm I ehaplain of the Florida Honpi-
tal f~rlna at Chattahooch'w :
ENTONfiA ZaTTW-NsW8:
IMlks had several iinqiripe frma
a. t the lzaitatioutarvariouipartt.
d t h asa to what would be suit.
abl Chrirtase prseenta for the pati-
ew mi dkmowIfaryour public spiritnet-
end bilwing that you would intent
ysw lu m behalf of of thew f pmor unfor-
tSaw; t take tie lietwrty to aak yon to
pdd* thbr earosed list. and make ar,
app. 1t0 your readepr in behalf of thie
imh ben*r, mo.t of whom are too
pearw buy anything. and unlesm some-
(M ghIdonated,-will bare to pass this
Sheli wita nothing to cheer the dreary.
'- a iy of their confinement henv. as
4 Liature hb made no u;ppropr-
S tio ir aythingof the kiud.
-. tb dao not preclude thie iwnd inr
eof I things. I simply mention th'K'-
.- be approprnte, and useful at this

By a could get soine public spirited
d, l u*,rhurc saeisty to take up this
w gS-, and let all donations be sent to
',Ara thdo shipped together would, I
i 1.algood ide .
S -i shoo be sent to 1l.v
Cb. maplain. River Junction
wa tB to hattahooche, Flpe.
Ems- Co. 6.a kindly
S- -a limited numlwr

g- O fax ,
laws t, b *1 i f', tesakfast
6 fwhj sopi mi bunset,. qtille.l
Sbel to be lanudried, elmWia, c!ck' rs

S-I laey work. stunpied juitt. ins!
"ea e d8eW with aik for emsuv, ruAken-..
Sgit, candies, cakes, fruit, anad nituL

Choqunt.etslawa eniuu See. coil::a-.
tim.. handig.n-reiefs negligea asir; s. pip.-s.
SW. ll. ( rA~RT Il'hal Mrm. W. W. Carter of this city will take
hari of all doastions and iw to piack-
i~ g and forwarding them. S oiulr!iri,ag
to Halilax Printing oflft, Volu.i A v,.
Ssooan as poMble.


The anesal metingof the storklhold.ra4
0 dl, Kmox & -Beed C'b., fair the
. 0inld kwo, and the trmaurntion
^.fl'lir n will beheld at "Mound-
C Velm s ...., -florida.
in.. m Monday, Uiveber
h. L. B. Krx, Psi( ient"
I.. Nor. 19. 1901.


STO K




EDUtCIN




SALE


wx% lHnIKoiv ,.u.a.. 1. i ...,....nwr


aaeamumaaaaauuuuuuu


ft~wU~, t .jI f A i ol ipcerSJ. -
Mr. -and Milk.*E go.: a Cleveland, G P
Ohio, am, at thk 'e Gabtn the waiton. ~
iWM& im n rmeetsau ai7yprice.in tile vUM
city on grocerim for cash. ICA

Po.CE.R-ha .l .. I). ICTC


OCIE


M.r. !: ,! '1 A. ID. .ti ., ,;.', of h'-
Iri t, war in "*tilt; e y i;t.: w. k, lV*;
:e t.;tit the O(k4.L; "
Attention if called to the change in
Peter CArellan' ad. in this imue. Hle viir-
ries a'u exceptionally fine line of candiet-


Fnrit cakes may be may be made two
or three months in advance of Christmas
In fact they are better when a year old
- Decmber Ladies' Home Journal.


A SOCIAt SUCCESS.

SIt'. first of 'the mria of danN's to lo
given by-t rOix' ir'foSi' flrin'ff Club wn-
jeldattheopra.i house. ThurwlaX even-


n.-ver faihs to cure. l'ri-e .41et-. in bit-" .
ties tuhbet 7St e. Dr. J. M1. Jone,,. Aloutsixty persJ) i we.inu atten.atau
T es. and a very enjoyable evening was spelw
TIw new North bridge is now of~n tfr o who dire to indulge
travel tind toll was a.hargid for the first ripping the lig.t fantasticenjoya'd then.,
time y tiralay. aelves nt four-handed euch-r. The tinr.
Thl el etri- light plant '.tart,.,l l] prim's in the camJ grme we're carried o.
Thursday evening amd furnihlkd light h by l)r. and Mrs. E,:h and Mr. and Mrws
for the Mental 'rien, c 'Convention. Ilora,. '. l8-. vrt. Liit.ht re'fr,.lhn.'l'


C'. R Olirvt'r iaad fannilv nrriVf'.th rolnt
ita'w~*. .J. .iamda aind a'aro inki

Tire b'lnrida -JantCoast Ii'.. lway i--m
p~wate kldaw n-he line Tuewiady. glad ileit-


D IN MAMO'4C bnoM


t~ MUM#se


r. W. SAMS, N- ouier.V
Ru.tvs': $2 andi Upward; 9pecial to.
MW5U~frlmlaoreme.
'EW bYNFLORID.%.

Thompson,


High Grade Tailoring & Specialty.
S:aits made to order for $18 an8
up; I'antis for $4 and upwards.
eWaning Mad Repairlag at Rm ubRates
Cottage Ave., rear of City Hotel.
DAYTONA, FL2t mA.

WANTIJ-ISEVERAL PEIFONK Or CHAI-
,.ter anl good reputation in each state
(oneP in thin county required) to repre-
*wnt and advertise old eetablkled
Xv,,altlhy bu.iinem honMe of eolld flmleral
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with'
-'p.-nse additional, all payable in cash
**a1h Wednwday direct from bead oft-ts.
i t r.mp n.n.....arrinv..furnmhPA ..n nf.. ...


'vla a're-l. The' Iliclafotr tit aaax iL-'1t 4-v I flo s 5 n u i i(m 5458uSuli'8 ueu MR-
Avafin-iistd I':'l v, a aj-. s'" he~n'cep. Enclow sew'-ad
Wfl~4.11114 I rossed-stanlped envelope. ]Managr.
Sober Seeond Thought. 1 :1('atiton Building, Chicag.
....I..' ai II.. eu.It..-I .. luau HUI nnYU-


aq%% wst.apopulal Viittluistss!'


~ngt~bear~of thc~rnpn3~. will' "'lzaf:er I'd p~lal tbe blibt I Ifelt as
em IfI' txttfbted it ID. SO t tO Puk."-De-
*AD inch of rainfall. the ditrol Jourc:sl
th#r form into d'in y'a~ilni' OeEna ~ ~y h irva
en* inchee of .~eow.-1"-vmlmndNr L~adi oeKna&.rsmstelemi
property of v dead n.mati Rhen tnot
flume Journal. ciaIni.ed by rel.Aijves. etball be so[d at
The neww o(an pier and i'*',iliomn ~~J
irrowing and will be opened tu : *4) ''lae (e.Is t .,u.ieWOOL
lk' .arly in Jmanuary tby a bi.,halna ii..: trz~a'aimlin ttl'.p m.ft.' anueriarof dia.
entertaivtuant. eriwuntlnmuio and ca' t..titt'mS

Stort-s at .Jaeksonv'ille, h1'ndm IjeiA';, adLae i



AFull Line of Fruit.. Conf-etionerv. Ci;", rd1j'~' C i
Liiw of Candies iu tho City, at i ie Low#-.tsZ4 kilnl*
hocolitte almonds 40 ce.ntm it pwiu.l n ,ji '. Ilaii 2 t.5
One po~und box fine choecolateis 5o iIft' t2' ~~t ) i..
Half pound box finp chocolates 25i:-. U~wl..~. 11o; 2.5.t w.'t Il-n1
I'rmh ikaixed nuts .-Oc a 11).. 2 1b for ('4.4'w. ILIto' N"' ail 11 ) 'ta
Aiaorted baskets of fruiit put tip !q; on'! ..


A(enR.y for Igyptian Emipo,- t 'ir r .-wh'l.'n '
PETER C.AREII.AS. P'ropri.-lor. "


t~nOAKS


Iautifully Located on Ridgewood Are..
Daytona, Florida.
NOW OPEN TO GUESTS.

\ new hour. beated'throughout by hot
air. n-.w furni-hlings, everything
to n::Ae guestteonifartable.
ILai :-s R asonable.

Mre. George tlvemall, 9Ps'b.


C~e Palms
Thi. popular home-like boarding
house is beautifully situated ,on
I1-ach Street facing the'Halifax
Liver. Thli. rooms are lar&g andl
thv- table board excellent. Tlhe
ho::--- is hut three blocks from the
.o-tom. and convenient to all
4.; m'hur-hes' and but one" mile
fraoin the abe.ah. Rates reasonable.
.'. *: 'i;.iL IP:oprietor.


1-


DAYTONA TR-S- R CO.
.jIt. c ,ait l ', i'ropri, t,,r-A





'I-


Rubber Tire Carriages FZne Horses Careful Drivers
W, r are well (juilj'Wd f." t ". 1 d -S." TIhe liu.-t-I turnoumlt in t lhe city.
IluTeel e' rain p:ths n*r to 27.v p]rt ,i t0 esty..
Trnks dlio.ld promptly. S 0-11 i,.. o. ,t i'llie, .S-hootl.
& Telephone 27


S. H. GOVE,
Architect, Build*er
and Contractor. *
. 'I., w. iiand dii offie,.. northeast corner of
liid..-woold and Voluia AvenwueL.
"*PI.one s8. DAYTONA. rLA.

EUROPEAN HOUSE.
NO)W OPEN.
',i.t:'. : v I. c".'"cl. late's lModerate.
.A. ().stiONE'. Proprietor,
Orange' .Avmnue, Daytona, Flotida


RUGS, MATTING

and ART SQUARE

in all styles
and designs


e\\' wondl !t pleased to have you call
and inhl'Iatt the line and get our pri w.


Ap A


J. H1Niver & S'n,

1 II'U;IIARDWARE and

8ui~tie'fold Standl.L


Don't ask us the Why and WVb.iefors. but simply rN:- e


.0uo present needs and perhaps you will see it to your aIdva: ',: s ii
ifture wants.




Until December 12


ii'. makie a -h ca~ CIy tedu~cedI ri:ict. a,'Lll

Art itit'-in otr"'itre. Wm'in dA'nwTvt-r;t.


!tff% act tile t';mrg. iti..'bealow: -

A a Mited Paint. in c~s,-'% a 1-b pt;- 'L.2'tI-)ho-c
-~m Paint, in csix color--. w. -a,;,.a- .i 1.041 '1'a Kettiv.-. r ''a
A&M iSS es u anad two lburnerm.. 4l k% at, .) 9i IIrMr ti r ~
1%whry Wire, No. 19, per rull -.41c':t' per foot so n 'i~--
Mmat Cutter,' A~121. L411 anid 1'Tt~ 2'
.F~t from ,per pound. -.l.iOi'a*,
G Carded Hose, 6 and 7cent. *a- vi.- ra.tir -.. ..i.
Oil (an. gaix'aiUA. bestyt 'Ici!' .'zAilons. 0L~amps %wivn;ai '* ,--
tMpukinkcr galvanized, be-stqici 5) and fit Lamaaps' ~ce .rN. 2. t- cntti.tltidral t. 'i .t -
HtOOrM4each. l `6aad'

Getour prics on Razors, Pocket Knives, Ice (rCAm E:cun nj f I- a icr-s.


Candles, all colors and sizes for Christmas
-a i o


To oure SICK A4CAOACH.
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION,
and all diseases arintoln l-
digestion. TheyFwill purff
blood and nmale vmaOuraiMsl
as FAIR AS A ULY. Ths me
gelatin osater. PHM U ube.


.5


Wua.m 7roREL5cUmE LiearamAhmYAI.

''hD supply of al Ukid of electrical
BM sad mspplis always o hand.

At. t .1. -Xfii .




Daytona Ice Co.
Wv. WmI*el, M aPr.




PURE ICE

Made from pistilled W,&ter.







MILLA TRANSFER CO.
Hauld baggage, freight. etc..
ratnM m eonabl, prompt enrvike.
Ot&, Boston Barber Shop.
P;wOn 77. 8. Ma ,IL, ,IlO
-~ _i


J. A. LKICKISON

Ilae a big lot of Barnem, Collara,
Ieatabr Straps and Partm. Jumt
received Ha[rues $6.50 and upwards.
New Sewing Machines for f16 ano
upward*. I can fundli.h you with
any kind of a ewing machine.


T-r taf tro "lotelesdL.


N*. ERICKSON,
CAtMhet Maker and
Pancy Wood Worker.

Domrs and Window Hermens. Piteiem
Mouldingm made to order. All kindp of
VFmltteT Repvariu:. doun .. -lort note'
At V*PonablMe prilew.
Cottoag.e Avenue, DAYTO\.. Fr.L


E. STARKEY,
ARCHltT,
GEyERAL CONTRACTOR.
and tl ULDER.


Suggestions of plans furnialmlal grat i-
tously. Will cheerfully ou smilt with
persons desiring plaw, and guaranteed
satisfaction.


'Phone 11.


Seabreeze, Florida.


I You can tool all the people same
of the time, and some of the
S people all the time; but you
ca't fool all the people all the
I tine."
WE DON'T want you fooled
any of the time.
Lor priced paint wi:l alwx s fool you.
It may look wveil itn first put
on but will not last. It costs as
much to put on a peor paint ae
it does a good owe.
T]E
gw Nl-WiLULM


are made to fool no one. They
are honest Paints for honest peo.
ple. They cover most, look iest.
wear longest, are most eronomi
cal, and alwys full ica sure.
soLD IY
rinrggh-n & 7.' ;


HEADAC
.. A. BIRCHWOOD, I-j^ i ,----


.1

IA


ammonia=


POL"PR 30171W (Rd Down.)


Daiy AUJ LktD~iiylhTi o..z Ifhy D
a pi t-) lea I Ly........ Jaick.-mnville .....Ar 7 9
butip IJoa-si....... So Jqi-'k (IvurS....Lv 612p
sop1H ia ."........ A..g!s..:aS14-21',
F4....710)p :2 *p .........KaS. ki-seiks...4 sli -
. .. ..j4.11 4 ...... a~ ...... 4197 4
.4p ip ...........O mmd...... ..~
4--) I 1 0 .......DUF ,o L .:......: l
.otOrmnana...

....I.....Oak Hill.... :
........Tit nialle....... n

.................. n........
N~~~~~~ but) ... ......... .. r Pa r e.. 1 a,
6?p"'..............
.46 .I 11 .............1t ierce..utZ
.... .... ii........... ituaat.....li
pit i i.:> 1 n .......~....... 14) ..
.j7 p .... .....V .. Ivi"'it.......... ,.27
0~L.L..AM:.7i.Yar't .. .....gah. tIVa
jE'4 ... ..... 7 ................... ... ...............'
l.I..W- ....... .e.
.. .it.........
-10f." Ar .hi m............. da.
BuS tog t~ ar' f rains 0 61-1a ai70


9 ut

UP~
6259
so


".9
.1


241p
laip


I1


2~4

L",W


C)s


ud- nd1Dl Di. y MAOWT Lv.......B..A .. ...l Dry
I*to s -a- .... .8 .......... .... j u e..........
t o a s 91.................9.. e......... .e. ............ 7l*. 5, l ....
-- I No.."t : ..la h -. ." No 6 5 --**
:'*t -fu !nP 7 vI;," ..... MO n*........At! Bech.......... .17 1 *...
p.. 1. Ar.. .. .......... .. 44 II *.***
!I, ;iteALAm&A ALA bt;' i a**' *Z* I'* D"


-". '. '. -
,. o.... ....... ..... .t Palatka........ .. ....... Ar
I-e .o4 ] Ar..... '.. ..t. r.. Mateo........t............. .. L g I t
C;4 ET1N IAOfA lE W ES SANXRD BRANAM 0
BRAANOH. Ia- KUt
A t ip-Lr ...ew varau.......aAr p i L .............Tit Wt.............Ar T
4 tip ..... ake mile ...... L T O p p lyasi ............... Imi ............... ip
44p Ar ... OraangeCityJ...... a" 1 ip 5 A... ............. terprle .......... Ub1
9431r .. Ot Ar..............safrd ...."....
Thewe Time Tableq show the tl'ei at waich train may be exonoged t& arri ve msa mdpart
fto-n MtR mveral iattoiman, but their arrival or .*1-rture %t the ti-anes stewd is not guar" -
on&d. nw om tvie Company hbold itsl responaibe for say7 deily lr any oomqom- m--
tug therefrom.
PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
STEAMSHIP CONNIECTIONU AT KUIL
BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
A' Ia Mwnami M..n:iyi ant 1 yridys... .10U pn I!ve Ravans WVfe nad aghuudyu....so
Ai f -ri Wes Tues. and daturdays 1I S pm Arrive Key West VWe i. wd Bats...... pm
r Key West Turn. and "undays... 8' pm Lave Key West Thus ad.ami S..... a pm
' Arriv- H ataWe- i..and Monday.. Swani Arrive Miami Fridayis and Mondays ... s0oam
Fur opy of local time card address any Agent.
J. D. aAHNER. Aet. Gen. Pase. Agent. ST. AUOUSTINE. PjA.


Railway
DIRECT LI~dE.-Qulc TIET


Be, Vtok,
LEfu"
Chuusa


9,% Akm lmdm~sl,


A Nil AL.l., luirT EASrT AND WE-IT.
Mio OTrIs L:r..se ArU' ortlE8 S RVICE LIKB T lsr-
THE NEW YORK PLORIDA EXPRESS
AND THE U. G. FAST MAIL
To the I .azat utad North.
THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITED
To the WeAt anrd North-West.
The line through **The l- id of the Sky," Asheville, Hot
springs, Nc Finc i .. *,mer Resort tction in the
Weld. Through Skerihg Cars from Jacksonville to
Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.
Mt Of unIs t P.amritaI ExzPOsItsB, lIffal, 1L. I.
I bro gh Vatoibuled Trains, Pu,ln .n I OraWmnV-.ou,. %ltp,asg L.ais, Through
Comehe. t&xcclntDt I) itg oa Seivice.


the Plant Vya-emu fro~m Iacksoia'

W T COSBY. Tray..:ius Pa... vga 'elc,':t t.jK W pay ,
S UI. HAKDWI( ti 4..i r,elpapu.-c.%.,t '%%LM.T~Y
WA,iHINt.T',ji .u
April 2Sth, ugoi.




Printing ?


rated in Connection with
Si'le.
I oa or addrem
%t J LCK -ONVILLE. FLA.
'L .B Ast. Gen.e a A ..
ATLA.NI'A. UA.


V


Itil -i N'a..r if


YMoithern and Western


MEATS


decorat-


:A. Cec,. Barnett,
54tog.raherl d ad y peCwritcr
('opyin and Manifolding a kipcialtk.


Si.,* /Y~WKX~


1'd .k. tit%. thert '.- o t- t i-
p tat Can h)'V401A.'LN." oy

Ke.
at i arnti F .


SI ____


00RY
I --







2aMt rt< LOWER FJRB.

1 la H't I ....G....-_-_.... .... ... ..
Via e-nboard Air Um--- 7 jym (W4 Wl.)
3:212 pm, making .
S --For illut rai d matter, digrm, t Wlo-, ddr
A. W. PYE, AgCf* J t, joa.



A.
(io. II. Clirk, Lr-al Ant. Dytona, Fla,




Florida East Coaste .
Time Table No. 85. In KEffeet pl. 1, 1901.


j*. .


> .!.


. 11


; :' I


! Io.-,;-'" i ts


D;I. ':I."i; IS


PoultrT. Xtc.







* .yv'L~~j~L.


* ~


- ..- -


Gonu01 uat ork imnergeM

F'nlzihWISnamel, utc


hogeclu


!.................8.50
Cntldrnqw, w1)001*bon
rimni 3F1 22 upl
of lIn4l -srKt from 75cup.
viwwp to ft yetr beky, too.





~ ~-frt im .:p 4 etluitsupards
Men%* uiglht a5 t aill jirlees


Eye Glasses


11*. careful Lov.-
m~in iwh you m ,n
MR-. "sjktfil'i. at.%
b ave themiti u gold alloy. *1,iarmi.

Shitth&:i .ohld illv.d fir.... 1.2:',
bm't pu .vt d' ubl 'It jrioet iii others.


:1
- J -~


SSkirt


imm from 1~t i


Our prics on Afor 64c
meCRS h o- A better one for. 75
cant be tA &tl beAttironiefor $ .3s,
. a ui w ar l s. ;tl, Overekirts from "cotton to silk."
-. -
'" 4

'We have a 1
largee line of Now is the time to
B der s. order a new suit for
.n spenders. 1 he holIdays. We
-- -- a an-, : n take your order
picz them. %s W for a tailer made suit
aad deliver the Sut in


Gloves
W. li..rl&'.for every-
1141. and;iii the prices make
hi .11- .t timle, ('all


ten days.


jCALLt AND SE
our sample


ellI firOni' 111Iirjistmnas ann~ou*nce-


meint next Week.


NORTH BEACH ST.
Smith & Son, DAYTONA.
-i


HOLLY HILL DOINGS.

Somw.daliw.Me:1vla-u#-fr i ii,~
unit her j'n;.-ft. Mr. alit1Mrs. Mannv.

ky on %I onda vt4)New m$, vrnim. Th, v
Wd the' fish ve-ry plentiful lt the 116i141,
brought haick a few ducks.
N Thwirsdauv Mr. awl Ai rs. 3.le, imi'~diii


eo*** so6 ***0O****0******** cents in the north. Wecould, and should
S0 Port Ofrange e produce thee crops here. Their is abso-
S t iO lutely nothing to prevent it. tihe same
.0* 0. 1606 .00 .. .... .... 0 m ay be said of .poultry and butter. In-
-. Fikeaur stead of paying high prices for chickens
imported to the State we should have
1; 1, !,i. It 't,.i M nd a. d ehirkens to sell out of the State. All
,.. I il ,i iI Mnday. this the Florida farmer can do if he only
t'.,1;, .*. 1 .;. I E. Young'drove' will.
I', .i i I .i i. ,l's hn h *:'But Florida has one great drawback.
a-.]- tka- t ilnd& l ...aw I d --f.c .ti _ll-....


I.


3Thme
ALAUC


"Columbia"


......WILL MAKE DAILY TRIP".....
NEW SMYRNA
Ci'onturn.-irag Peutrmbir 1901.


D


Brick, Lime

Offices and Yrrds: Est CoastM
WG AON



I HALIFAX WAGON W(


The Colunilina hias just ween built after the most modern plans. and
is fast. safe andl comfortablee.


Fare for Round Trip $1.00.


Launch "Yankee Doodle" for Charter.


M. M1. i.hvlwin,' ProMrqf.
.., \ I" (TI" It Z R O ...
. Fine Wagoar.
"Cargriages.


General Blacksmithing and Repairing.
SCIENTIFIC HORSE.JHOZING A SPECIALTT.


t~d1911 ie;1l~timil .Jkl Mansiol imilpor hIre.


McCOY BROTHERS


Seaside Inn
_i.tly ,,o il 1 (.. I I < 1,,,,,1,1i l l; t. I ;|. .N ow'\ ill t 1111 *I .]11 1;1
ind0 fIfctri,. l ." i .. ,' ri, :,I. il.l ,, .in l ir .11111 t.isiii ,).
DI'NKLEE A- C Sf I':', S '.r r-. ,;0( l \1... (f, rm,,-rly ." bii w z,.) I.', lIll l\.
";]!J ],.:" i,..r,.1: 4 h',,all V" i-\\ lhOu l'igroll Ci \, ... l>"-.


GRANO ATLANTIC HOTEL
Dartona. Florida.
Opens December 1st.

Ths-in o pilates I t( iguz lt- v b.~ii i, I.-'1, 4 ait n -t ~ ~i, 14 .1 l ;ilm~ l tf Ioia l p eleib tu-loit izq t'4 Hill'
sun 115rl4)1. Tlt- '4; vi ;t VA -. I; i.. i ."I a-14)11th it, W I.Io l Iit .11.1 lhi., 1..:i. -, l1!
lawns. 111141 Swith t:twiii V.llu v. f 041.! 1aItii' hig llol tsliiti" f4.It~l 411() I.I I%%I j n
Rates~ nitkiltenito. S.Inl i\i- It.. i. Jas. H1. Johnson &.Sons, flansigers


THE PALMETTO
C.O.CHAMBERLIN. PROP.


Opens Thanksgiving.


17 DAYTONA, FLA.


H. V. BRACEY .ANtF.A'TI'"ERorHIwuHGRAMD
Moss and Fiber MattremM
I .. '." < al I. I l- i irni r,' inI STE -.
41Your >!,1 .'riitin- M;hide a.is .Good W New.
.>', .*iin.,. l.> r ,*'i. ..h-Ini.ilt' s Viii.. ,'lon I.DAV .XA, FLO lIDA.



NORMAN S. DAYTON,


LUMBER
Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber. Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
E' I ,'.. 1.l
\i. La..ii.i \ i i l 1'.. ( l t I ri' I'i '.ti fli...)


BENNEI I


HOUSE


-.r.- --.d.. lh .. :. IVI nwn mt t ,. as. nste.ua oatlow-
tMr..and Mrs. Harris. .I' : il Harry geint in the -eattle and hogs-O-alled-the
tr. lad Mrs. lheath xwent 1to 4 e Mr 'tst u kind that we-hve are hardly entitled to,
Iy SW l,.6.t. \l.ih i,- s.t ;il .l Mhe MI i w\, so.ns 0f O-ak Hlill-lwecalled eattleandthog--torunat large,
rlfs. though i,.arinlg ,imupltetiiob:; i she n.i:, \\ :!, .l.hn-im last w-eek. owners should be required by law to
be a .coimfortable,- iiuimodiatsioiis boat f#nie in their stock. The average farmer
I Ktron.ifly built. Mr. Mr.,y l\ \ ,l, M 1i 'I I'"1-,,.,l i,,litte-suddenly cannot afford to fence in large areas for
have her laiiunihiel on Tu.. a *y. ''' C'"i il"vil fe-ver. ag" tillage. Hlie should have protection
aTinoither of our ent.rprisiilg liigh- .a hus ,and and against the stock of his neighbours.
S* H-onit.1j1.late li.uilu,.ingi a siteil th,11 *1:, ,, ,nri herd elimi. linmlprovedeultivation would follow if the
. Holly lll, will -4t[.omh .*iiquite .a h!t 'i '.litl'iv at three rarbaiks' and scrub cattle were kept
Oslo( boats. o',,'., fiI .I ':. M1: lihtn-hli off the farms. Moreover, when the stock
is kept irt it-will be improved. Instead
Alas. Willinams and children remi ftio ,;ii, ,,. ., I. having great .of what We'now have, we should have as
yton calling on frid here. i t line among the fine cattle nd hogs as are had in the
-I- ... ., .,. ,' I,. North, and no more would millions Iof
The 1inostitubbori atic t irTon-lfat-Ititi. -i. V.. \ .,h ..i i -in-ut Sitturday in 4dllalm be sent to the North for meat.
lmh. to ttaltard"' Hoehmn-iuil Svrp ,toW WeaWateverv advantage for raising
r. 1J4.1* ,, t ", \o( )f, .,h,.r. f har- cattle-.pasturage. for the whole year,
S1 .. I T 1 l and no necessity exists for keeping th .
"I D WI TA L.* i*I... "i ,k- I,,f t. ,ittbl in and fkediangthem for*ixniontliM.
t enn1gAt" !. 1 think, too, that the county or State
Week lginning Dw.e. 1, 1101. 0 -h s|,tuhll take up the matter otf draina-e.
I Ttt. I :i. -* ,' i- '11.\i. till:ons ofaI of amanifi ent land that
a8 n 1. l..1 ": .r :'' hIs.l .*I.,t'** w i'l produtie anythiu1& in tlie world. the
I .................... .. :4 ...... .'' I*-t of s i i,:: .. 'olusia
lmday ...................... 1 ..... to at i .Cunty alone, tn i 'e State should 1v
.ay.... ......- .......... 1- ,i .. i l! rt; to e;t that such lands in Florida an drained
aa .d...... .. .......... :. 2:., : :' i .. ..timiNt l y Mrs. and made tillable.
........... .. ... Mi nothe thing Hiat i i, ;- ..
"tday..: .......... .............. .Mi ,,1,. .t .. 1; -i i;M,>lhn banga road.s. Nothing isl more ntt-,:-.,,v 1)toIl.
h"uy..... ..- development tof a country.
---- -i. "Florida is something. more than a
lda.y ........ ............ winter resort and thiortld should know
da ........ .. ,, ,: l i it. Florida should be a sumIner resort
IM ............ .. .. ... ,', Id 1 't:L t is ex- a i w ll. No filner 'lintt, i ate.in sT iii4. l
l" .... ........ "",. ex' ,rsists than at Daytona. onl the it tlifax,
a av I............ *i ,. l h with the beat of tish in the river iand a
h ....., .- lrI.. I \1 .llilies. granil l'eact half a mile distant on the
*Ir-r h> .. '!i n* t i,,, how,.^,


Ehl -tri,- lighted ;ni, IT l' i,,.. : Ii 11 'I t. .


Perfect I'ui-inI,'.


;i t.s M11o.l.'r;,I t..


THE NORTHERN MiAT MARKET


J..1. LODUM, Proprietor.


'The tiuw.. t Marke~tSwithi ,f? I~i,-k, ).;t, .-


'" .- .. '.." | ,,. !,. :; I. i .' .* ', r ... '.I ,1 .\ rth R il ew ood
\ \ ,I-, n 11 ixi. .i '. 1a .l 1 b.rd lt; ro in, t all
l,,, .. ;, I ,., -. ( .: -, ..,.\,., !', + I I,' ~ ,",' .i ,,lnh. I.. I E.11 ,IIIS sfif.


Daytona, Florida.


STANLEY HOUSE


A fo111 mtoe9 4 ktfall kind,- .iIi *F, -1


Daytona, Florida.

Rosedale Cottage
Located on I'P lm rt'tIt .\',W ". .1.-;r Li\;Li k Str\4t'k :v.trt ron t h ,, *' ,'IT I'\


Terms: $7 to $9 per WeeK.


Daytona, Florida.


lat.-.I. II,>t nl,. !..i. I,11. -. t.>$7 Ir,...k. l,.7rI! ,. -I H A L IF A X H O U S E
F. G. Lindberg, Proprietor. K ii '
INOWV OPEN.

Flocoa Bottlin Works ""'""'' W
"1:.. ..I I I ,.I I i "hto \
"" "1 i':ii- I'. !,. K. T HE W HITE HO USEe
".i""'l.' ""'I,. ":. .. .. "" THE WHITE HOUSE
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Chateau de Speer Wines
of IPassaic, N. J. Vineyards.


R~en-%,--1 td- f4 'n


Feeble




fainting, smothering or
spells all point in the
diretion-an impaired
action. A heart that is
or diseased cannot do full
and the circulation of the
is interfered with. There
'medicine that gives new
Sto the heart, new
to the pulse and puts
into cheek and lip.
a m short of breath, diz-?,
anotherin seonsat ona, In-
l in in heart, was feeble
sole weak that I could
myself in bed. I found
e cure in Dr. Miles'
C~re." A. T. JACKSON,
.-_" Kewanna, Ind.

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tit]',I lit'

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I.\ .. I.lit J10 11 y-


i iIl Thatl? -.ritla

duo ~ O N .: i l i. 4!tvi t1iIr.- a


call tnia'elike


until
of t
tAom
pram
trib
25,l
am
arel
Ka'
sece
gra


here is no more favored r gion on
of theearth than the east coast of
rida. I hatveerectedl sume baths at
-tona. and I a tellingall my North-.
friends that' If they will ,conC to,
ridtilITKy phall not only taste of
ie Dl) leon's fountain of eternal
th, but I will give then a dip in it."


hiit.e's Creami V'rmifuge is a highly
ia'le p eparatin, capable, from nt
proioptihtde of its action, of clearing
yvstem in A few hours of every worm.
v 2.' cts. lDr. J. M. Jones.


ne.tliird of the area of Canada is
.eticnily uunouwu. 'tLere are more
a l.2.-.('K.o square miles of uuex-
red_ .uds in Canada. The entire
i of rthe-Dominiou las computed at
0.257- square miles: consequently
.tblrd of this country has yet been
raveled by the explorer. Exclusive
Me laboi ltUWle detaebed arctic por-
s., 95,ioO square mUiles are for all
rtlcal pUrpo0 ettlrely t1i ownl.
obtt of this unknown area Is dis-
Iutd I U.le western bait of the Do-
ion In4 i qilPated. bleckS of trom
o0 ww liep -tbat is.
i as large as the states of Ohio.
sas or New England are yet a
ret to white wan.-Natioual Geo-
plhie agstazie.


TI

in


these \Vines 4 ival tli- XVorld in Excellence.
Old, rich and m':,-'v bv age an,! years of care and frequent racking
fumigated cellars as is done with the Chateau Wines in France.


c a aThe Chateau c,,n-
tainsa lirm:ted sup-
ply of Private Stock
Port linetuen yegat<
old, besiO, Bur-
gundy and l. rt t
n nearly the same age.
The Specr PI.rt,
however, 1ine \1ear
old, ws wlI as
the B ur (u: .

41





their excellent hen ued "v .! .'.
and aged per,. m, .1ly use rthern Ne'.:1v
climate,aLnd soi l ---t. a a t g: P
wine. It is the samei'i Por'u.,-al Seers :
vinevards are tthe.(-v --. v ad iii the Uted S 'r
vineyards that cult.v ".,' P. rt wire gra;te .i P .rr.: '
other wines or mixt t are ,...L e without a c '
grape in them Mr 1;r st, !: .-t and only hne whoNe -'-'
vines and acclimatt-d thie i vd Port winel grape vin s of Portugal.
He spent tho .u~ands it 2" t it -.a- a oa L t, o see what he t:rou. .! .: ,t
acclimating these P t r:.t ,:t re. It took eight years if21 thi n
to become acclimated ,et.,r, .ir S;,eer gt a single gra-e. du:r-'
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LA~i A.JAA&LIM


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Brain -.



A PerfeCt Heit-alth Brd
BUILDS 5OUND BODES AND VC2OPOUS MINDS...
mADE FRam"PUPINA IIEAN hFLOUR THE t*'O5TCGWTENOUSW
WEAT FLOUR EVER PRCDUCED.NMAKlNiG A5WrEET NUTRITIOUi5 BRAD
T h T 1 5 G A IN I N A V U : W I I)W F E P T T I N
IOR 5ALEBY Uhbeiax i BaKery


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RACKET STORES


.90
.......25
.50
1.7s


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DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


Furnished.


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E I I.:Y. P i A
-L- :: i fl-wil Piotofnee.


Frwll !.-, 11 ,)\ 1":VrI*


% 1 1, \ I \ 1:11'. Manager.


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Seaboard Air Line Ry.
CAPITAL CITY ROUTE
S&% IThe Shortmt Route.
The Best Line.


Double Daily Service, Including
Sunday#*


SAVANNAH, OWLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINE&. RICHMOND, 0
WASBING'isON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK
I *
with THBOUGH PULLMAN SLEEPERS. It as the Only Line Operatinge0
Day Through PxaNfu Car O evice between Jacksonville and New Orleans.

For farther iformatiom write to
A. 0. MAcDONELL, Asat. Gen. Pm. Agent. Jacksonville, Florida.
.. L. BUNCH. Gen. Paw. Agent, Portamouth. Va.

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S?"?' 7r "-- WHITES CREAM-J

WORMS VERNIFUCE


SJAM F. BALLARD, lit
C we, 4- --- % P *W .. No


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I had bet-n troubled a year, off and! oil, wit h oulilwtijtantil'.hl-
iotioneas and siek hlaeda&'be'. NotithinK 4ei'llied to 40dIPtue allY 90041.
Ow'day a friend asked me whot the t ro. tlde'wits. Whe-n I told
bin he rw'o-mln"'e dRI '1A-NS raibiilem. That tivening I got a
bat, smad after the @Keund bax I began tit feel so atuch relief that I
kept on with them. I have Wiliam Taibuir.' always in the house.
now and carry a pae-kng-.* of thtsm in inY poke.t.

01W Rivedsr.if

At drulcoiF4Z.
The Five-C*ent packet im enough for an ord~zzary ocvasioit.
The family lootue, 64113 ceuts. eofltaIitis a
oupjply for a y.oar.


selenIM G "'URE. Notice to Pbyskiles iedSurgens.




so ekin .Aieuyfled IwSiftehil ,im-eioii ii v tiioat Al "
M Tr- t IiiJtiiftv' I..ii,.- t 1Ir 14.trie r. u i ,I~
no toal or coustat..#UWel~ikeelog Of tillI th Nothe e of arnishetr l mdf0

It is Nowand ersiakownaint hi osundr- 1. Pill. it N:, n~ir ll.'~i
atoodinst~rovng tenpraitoint orit4atoe andlinviti 'e L.)aepI.M~.hIA. 11.1,lr
seau. ulearann aa v A now cure t benwth -vois oIu. i, C 14i
anselvies atompte with battered Icty lor vi f i i.. .pC 4~~~y ~ ~ t .
qE tlmsor huitmsin bytle fis utizx*'adtiugI no, tit'ice Of amo.rita idiihI ont

.mievs.fing ando di~cimtnsofthis oiviut- ft l%.. .1".o*.liit r r
ed 11dutoiEWgmthe* positiveyforainteed a14"dtllio.1u V.I.C. j)I'.
bante. Sbthe most obstnate caetheno ua-
in a@how hard atdrn kyIr.s oundeordusptQ j~j I1.L
&hsemrvlous treaneof studynet Noieo arihet
afidImm rtutmeard.aus.Tt, hsober. Tu&LJ...flt ,IC it P. xCr, 7 l all 1.'rI,' t k a1a, ...ii

inet m r ia todiretind ~e~s of this at h th to..~r:r' rvii1.. i'I.. 'v Iir
ahII de ry iss olitble and laranld %.
as um il, afoot obt if tcanmW ie. on inat '-itI .~*.n~ ., .~,~4

t~Til iashmsvmC4.uand as ansrmore
he Andspcred aon. aetnprae --
CUhaRntE YOURE amusee xctr oie
0 fr tikieaiessitlatiy. s nwitoutn
war Moaloolt olisow d MWIn olt' ror tehan tbeitNvi j-t'.i.-.1 ifll low 4I'. ,it1 he h"
in s tatta he irothaneutd I ev" '1ir vtc !:t,i -. F'I ri4'i
do ~itinisothatit own Ieekill. 1K) NOT Iin ati:,l, puo..it111Z(Pii' l ,n~
awAI6t Do m be dlhudedtbe aknow- if' 44lic 'ill ld bti'r,.ti
ea te amsuum ; ,.ev5.~ o tlltifl'. *llaI wlnx
~h OE(of ) CUingit.Tos oldai .1 91. M(1;:-ii44' I it XAY
a Klla ey loslhave u"of (biiac lithla.'- A'a F o. 10EV I -il~
AbhI _' ,Iacang withianil a e acho ril more a
haw bees *Ol* uandtmadelthan (etvir
aesifbybaing flito $50. EI'tall 4is~totml Excutr'sNotc-
b eving hcaipmcidsand relative wiAtORHYShCoutS
ethd Loutexr inhcoffe.Ce? or wi.andie- td-ne.i ti
sM todartbatat t theyldon .diKpot .f nuedc-o t.euAl ccng New Lodrithe S.i.'
of t 00. 2 ow n d 22:1wil.2 NO sidail.!.. broo; it!i's".- i ned at io le.' C tw~i.
WAT.D n tbedluedk a iir dl l'a.1 i--r vin :l it t i lt. li.'
Mill minkt.::z iii ,raik 4 'j.-ia IlidtI.!'-.r.
ure app;-nufi n.d% uwtnto iii th:l, 1-1.,


ian-t *t eai.more o haeas hr Iithani o .at r
CODUMS"'&t ttcl W. Lull d sewtilt s c: t II
tachSaved Kee' i-.vi a ,u i 1al f.Lirt I t
GOh'1.%n Whencyru e hsa4cu: t- 's' a'l;-dtlaeAWO THY ShiCh lCEatUt lt?
eWftim5tehmeshbarhe. -e~nhtebprepaid t4) ..IA ~ ~. ~ 4 il., ,1 l
aikypa t o te otd (oi. Wa 5, it t -f 4 idn", dtceb e ne h u .

mAll%:; = striccoutnehi.lycoilitivtta rusi
was dtag hr no nud. ~er i tz.a is ~ I'. ii ~ I! itillattih eiill ri. t 1, its te 4 1
souakwiIvIn hudef1iU~.t ae alat i.' e. t'4 h'sitt ii4-:d' Isedjint it.-'Uit. Vi .
se~ede ~cn ta '. .. Iir.,. ,, !'41 -1-*1iiI hed' iy KV fWiNtill- ~1t't11- la'
h *t., i. tisv t ieta.% It (4. ;,.a.e 1 e is l..i-t l
liha wleftaisell thno r 1 p. t. V. ti Chi l'. I itt i itl. L is Itt aLitO d\

Mezu'lli-l b ne--b h s OLO.. 1;i,!!LT It.
eum% b iss eiibl.ar.l I'-tod so lwr e il o ''lI'L' i. aib4


am Popl. 3apeDavft all 6,t~l U1 t' d*. 141Zr t i .aegLet- l cait t en h.t 'ad"' t.-

11% O G abs beica u 9 I ll-%t't .k.. ii 441 f 'i t'-. at l.ta I lltat l n .. iri.
48kkM~i in tb* Wu-c Toryalleit w.-as e-e vu i aatpet''- tlt"h~
-Ilcet fron t he'Ad ofI. *I 'O v 1.4 .~ l~r t't.I il d i s t. rold
E~~~S a PntIurniinef VI wh Ae Wtokat'lnimsfr aao oe f u Itee r.tcIhlaIr
andIt eubibbici l t o, r% t te-i-a 1 t ~ ioi~ w i' i..ht; v.1111 e-i
s = lo suA S it n her. lt' s i I, it.' flti~ T 4wit-fla., i m ,-. I


- '4


the battle or Austerlitz Three e iuti
dred captured soldiers r" cotnlitin.i
In a small (elliar. atudl withili at ft-w
hours all but forty wt'er deadI lie
reason is self evideut. Tihe air was in-
setflcitint for tle d(t'ti:iands td f o it'taci iii
dlvidualIl. t e poi'souous exb hit I i.-is
from tlie body vwtre ttlhrowi.n off' Ihrutilgh
the nluags. and aI most :toluiziug deallh
ensutel. It letio4tvts us. lt'nD. iio->t
carefully to (oUNsider i tarrlliill.- ro itl
tile ventilationhol i u .oti s., ioteli- li- s
plials and JJails not ulnIli that a Ilropler
(ltlaltily of pure lt shiall IIe nlleuhwcd
freee i i laliull. iut ail 4 to bli w: .ti
ful t. t this gu ILU e Hit r bltaall.ll It \ : ;lled
by retaiuud liii|puriilts.
A great twi illli% i -sillgalliti- l .;ii\t.
bet l nliiih Itie n-.to a r>tii:i Ihe it l;;i ,ii of
air to dli- ,sea. atid it1lialis i ':t. s.;i:i;le
* lt ait'tIn-lt of t e act Lt:ii .ea!irrli ill:
inliisiri.ll ( l.- t't. i l!.-.' i:,:t ;,:!Iltr
ai \t i\ : lt II l o i, t \ t-I d I 1: 1 t' \ I.o
lln tI i i.t ut i: i iI' i 1 Ill 'id '. i \\r'r 0 aIS.

Oi iu li U;III it ;it ir ill l i rit t t:ill
'|:! I U l a ;i. l ,I t. 0 :1'1 % t'o I :1
i hnv 1t:1 1 I.a 4l t( lr i i i i' .:W I, I!
Ilillor:i iit tl .a ut \(r Ii I I llr i s ilhl I'e
iiiu al- to !- vi r< u 'w > 18: I l n ::i.< i >1b
air laet, :ia t-c-iout l I l il. I, t ii. rv u
iUlOiu (rl ir Ilba. C ilhla t-li l I' ,;:i o'11 (it
dlto -s ailijd iy til tii,-;l- :ti\ ni l I.:ia t ia4
little ct.* 61 t# pIn t aiD U l ii itlt. It Ii it ,1 L
the v' ..' .';i or .iavl iti lo uoti v ,' slt.-
SJulia Holuwas Slith. I) 1 .in t 'il'lgriu


CSTEOPATHY


WORK OF THE LUNGS.

THE NECESSITY FOR PURE AIR AND
PROPER BREATHING.

*esptratery eymmestlem Tend to
ottieagetk- the Resaltms I*ore *of
halmue to Diease-The LUele of
th* Bleek Bol* of Calesstl .
Ti. my mind the part of the physical
man upon which depends all the pos-
sIbllhles of mental resource Is that
part which bhas relation to respiration
and wbkch for Its perfect work de-
pends upon the quality of the air we
breathe. the quantity respirpd and the
method thereof. The apparatus for
respiration consists of the lungs, which
are double, the one on the right side
having three lobes, the other on the
left only two. We must always bwar
In mind that nature is generous in her
provisions, and she bns given us so
much of lung tissue that a large Imrt
can lie quickly exhausted and become
Inactive. yet life endure for It leItgltl-
mate threewsore years ind ten and tits
duties and activities continue unhin-
dered by any conscIlousl hack. Uueler
the microscope the lung tissue shoa
an Infinite number of tiuy cells or iuli-
annte lobules. Some have ("tu lmated'
these at five or six hunelredel million.
atil. wonder-fnl to r lni'. only waiti !*
first bri';:iih that thie lurant draw :t- i
botll: ol .7s e'ver t"li ld-- with alisoluii :'I |
new nir. A ll tell'I t;ffI tl:'rrI i'- iii,-
es-a ily wat !i:t at' : a t -itdw l -i i
% 1.< l l. lil ." t o f ;1 ;4 1 n ;.l I', l '-
aneio i;iI. .r-tv riai 1to Ito ..a l- i Ii i.i.
hiat n l !t1 I :. vidl!a ,!1 '- .:r : ::
thlie .':t or -i;irfal v' l %,%2Ii tita.il
flit' alit l br'fnt!hetld l p ss: I, ;i; :* il. l:;lI "
ly Bl'0ut 1.:3,0 s'atolre fti i. ;: t I'.e ex
ere'tiu rontiolf rom".h -,", '.% ; .:4 I
tw:o hiuliis of p(dlsoitO I:-i lti. I'i l
faith. it it s cer4.:ii tlai it' hI:'- t *-.i',
third orf til ti w; ts ai Itaiii n il 1 :.It
ter t-: .statl by thle a tiitn. ti Ilt .
orglui-, its gr'owtlhi. rel .'i: lfth ay. Ie "
excrlid u through Ihlie llii '.
'lnforiri:.atlltl. i a gi'at m lieljioritv iof
m" ikd l l lbirat l nI vry s ;'i 11
usIiitt only pat: f or ltii- hl :.' :i-. ;. 'i
Iltz i tissile. Fv.lit If prsi ; :11't. iil
of doors ill 's il. y -i it ill t,\ it !
deep l (. 4'1 t4 of ie !i !> itig.s r'e h.,. a, ;,oile
for t i l i .ll IP it :i-. i i :."' h,'r. ,v
nicl vi, V il:t i IVt x I.:;'\ !; .' '
luiinZ p -i'ii-1 l) ilt l vw ilor .. :1_'.,'
i."de lit' it i: i.t: \ .
luugi a 'l a >'., ,' ct ;:i r' *. i.i
nul Ll "- I : ; i ; -

fraLtn l'e ''-7 a..;t ': 1 I A ;t '

I tha nt. ; 1 ; I ;. 1
h e'. | I r : ."' e r : .. l; ", .. 'I -


fIn in l' too l ,i l I .il '. i .i flv :' I;tter
h!;it I ar I rI:, .. \:ill'1i. I al'.,}w l i, ,




0.i exhale as ow'! :' I ;. aiil ev!i s Il; is
celisn teit wl ith e Itiutrt.y taking. a
sill n;t llow tin- so r'ti' S cl ;l i iix '
v St.i fi : fi tl' ir t e i xli, ; lf : 11 n l l lin
Ogarl nt or. 11;w:L. l ,: I :i : ,,,; f "i h:.t rt


all. niiaht anil d lorni'LJ'i. in aI well v t'lil-
laited r,,ii., wt ill tldo i r rv ir-li' ill 'ian.
W liirin or child to elv'velhI| tic lillwi: -:va-
|i,:;iit i,'u .t;vt, ll c;,i Ir':l t, ui li ,
beody i'" lttl t rtrilh tlitt (bloKl. whiih i hlle'tnlel iilpoui tit' activity
of Itl' lungs fur its putl ilt-iltiun.
It Is lin) woltlir tlh;t st o l iillc cl re ('l
has lIenpi gi'ei by liilturt o ite ali't' .
rait us for the r.splairl;:ory I ithlioli. f;or
we kuow pi'rfert'ly well ta i;iia ,:U liti t
lived as 1itutii as sni1t ulaiy without
food. lhe lI:Is ltI'n force'ld to exist fr
solte tluiue w llountit \:ati i;r :tltia<.t
wih' llut a i t' catli JULs uLI Iiit- iu a li ti'f
SpaceV of tult'"
Fur in.tau(e. in IT'.7;. !4ii pier.ol:s .
W'etrT colutioned over nib-'t in a small
spac-. iati larger tlhili .!l M> c(ubicrC fc et
witli tiily t\vwo little wi!rwi en on 1a1e
side. Vithin u all houl all IBi ke out iu
a pniii Luse iswtel. l'a'y \ie', torr inrnd
wil Il thirst ILd dllti'ull Ilr tlhaiUtg :lild
it l 4' uitl a tia It tu'eii's Ilhe itiajority
we're delhiirous. 't elitn \ ih it lit' aiicer -
I u; cane' li orty tIhr'e o(ily iivtti to te 11
the lai'. Another eixtrente tase ws at 1


il/a'


Nine-

Tenths
of

all the
People

SSuffer

From a

Diseased


>oarM5O.tM. h-hedule Efective May 1. mans
No. 4 I No.2 No. NS -
7:45 prm 7:2- amiLv ..........J Invile (A. V. & W.)..........Ar 8:55 pPm M
1-O pmjli:5., 1m.'Ar-..............Va'idoi (A. V. & W.)Lv.............L 5:20pm 5
3:50 am' 4:1 pmIAr la. oa (I. S. 1 P.). Lr 11:2 a lS:14
7.25 'un p Ar...... .....Atlanta (C.-: ti.)................ Lv 8:00
1-00 mi '.. an Ar.........C...hattaliooua (W.& A.).........L...v 4:05am 8c
5:5 pm .:.e., am Ar.............N -hvill, (N.4. *& -t. L.)........L ... 10:55 pm 9i s
:" am' 72_ ,-............ Ie).li- (. ..........Lv -:36 a
7:5% pnj i 7 -, ,in, ... ...-%tN 1il/-t (N. .. t- .........Ar :l4:34 pm 9:0
1:47 pni 1.: II lt- ......... M i. tin i .. ...............irl 2:.5 pm O :l5 a
10-50 Mu.... .... r. ... ... Chi. a .o 1. ............... Lv...Lv ............. :l0 j
am-.,nl ......... -iWiilei(L .k .............Ar10:42 pm aJM
-12:50am 9:".4 ani\ ....- Evansvile (L.& N.. Iv' Li.:3pm l3:13
9:15 am 5:: pm 1Ar'".........-...-'hicogo (C. & E. 1:) v 1105oam 7?A
No. 4-DIXIE FLYER. rarrires through Pulln-.n Bflfet Sleeper. between J =
ovilleand St. Loiis. tl:aing iin'ect connections for all pomIin athe West _- "
Northwest. Thr,,;aihti lleeping car reservations miale to Louiville, Cerul rati ,
C(bf -q only" i il-innir ptiners to otep fnroim nme car into another. .
No. 2-DAY EXPRES, .oahetwS Jacksonville to Atlinta. connectia n
through slea-wr Atlaita to St. Louis, an.: ni' Naehvillu wita i *o'olugh lsspna E
Chieago. ,!
All coriespond.n eP promptly answered an! sleeping car herth meumsd. Wil ib
glad to meet paose*gers at Depot in Jackuuville or my ofUse, ::4 West Ba M h
Drop me a line.
I WALT81 HAWKIN1. Gen'l Agent Trafei Departtint, Jacksonville, Fla
J. C. AIL.L, General Paisngr Agent, Savtanab, Ua
E. H. Hisro.. Trafte ManaWr, uavAMlh, a&


on NASHVILLE, CiATTAN3)GA & ST. LOUIS By



Western & Atlantic Railroad.


DIXIEE FLYER ROUTrE"
IkIU BLE M ILY1,Y CX.9ECV[MONS, WITH THROUGH TME N-4 TO
MEMPHIS.
LOIAS VI LI.E.
CINCINNATI
and CHICAGO

Ozrrying. tiur aPyi Pllnn'? a esibaled Buffet Smpr J b *iktoS

F~or itformntatir. Ii't ie tiet -. w.e'dule, ete-.,e4rft~orleeperreSUWvaioins, vfWbt
C. E. HARMIAN. lie-rl. Pl'atwaAget, TOM M*. DOYLE, Via. Pams.AVMS
Atlatntui..Iva. Jacksonrille, Fla,
11. F. SMIThI1. Troiffle Mfanag#ir. Nam-aeluille, Tenna.


ri- Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN
JACKSO -'V LE au i NE W YORK.
a.'ling aii t Chark-ston. S i'.. l tti \avs.
THE 0'MEST STEAM HIPS IN THE COARTWIRF SrPVICE.


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i'l-au-'-3 3oa'I :K v Cs rrive2:kmIw
S:45 ;- .I as..I~v810 0 _
:1:10..2:39 P'--A
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Arri ve :34I ..... ... ......SANI-'O~lm----...--..------------.... 9:08

Gewniral I't;ig r and rocket office,
9 M W DR~aw~ ~d~


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,,Savannah Une."


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BY LAND AND SEA.


Florida


Boston and the East.


Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.

THaENI via Palatial Express Steamships from S&VA.' tli.
SAILINGS EACH WEEK t) NEW YORK MAING OLOSE


Four


Co~u)ctions withNew ork anda a)tI23 ani08s va -& i aUA s
lt ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing -chAdules.
\W"-L ,," >n-r.ral iufrnuation, sailing schedules, stateroom esrvatiee n, or call (
\V.AI,T:ii IIA.WKIN., J. W. WILKINsON,
ii.,i ar'.7i. .A. Jt...Iacksonville, Fla. Agent, Daytona, Flt.
1 I, ;"i',: I'. 11i L.i. u r. W. H. PLE kSANT.4. Traffl, Minaqer.
N-w I'ier, :135 North Riror. Njw York. N. Y.


D)'JTHlE




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PLANT SYSTEtM

Tl'hi ( reat Through ('ar Line from Florida-C. functions:
I E The Atl nfltie'C'>st Line. via Charleston, Richmond
as < end Washington.
ai1 The Southern Ra ilway, via Savannah, Columbia and
Washington.
W est The Suthern Ry. via JeAsup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
The southern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia, Ashvlle
The. Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
s Via Savannah and Ocean Steammhip company for
14 Naw York, Philadelphia and Boston.
E as2tl Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners Tranpor
tuition company for Baltimore.
Via Nor-folk and steamers for New York, Baltimore
and Washington.
and liavana. via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company.
,t ia. ('iap> lIreton an I ;t-.a. ,- Edlwards Island via Boston and Canada. I
I 'iaint Steanitship Line for llalifax., lawkesbury and Chariottestowin.
Winter Tourist Tickets


\ i'; 1>e n aile throughout the Northern. Eastern. Western and Southern Statsm to
anl I ihri ila res-'th. via the Planit System hiring the .eanon !W01. 1902, limited to
i, u tn ti' il Mi.v 21 t. -with the. lilTral stop-over privileges in Florida.
.\,!.lr, 4- it' f:.ii. s in the North .-ut to the undervigned will be liberally sup-
,;;,..l e it iia iinfloritnition aiid ha ndsomne idvrtising matter.
'->r inf-iti nation as toe rate., sleeping car rpo-ervittions, etc.. call on, or write t
!" M. .1Ll,.Y, l)vi isi m Pa1'i ngeir Agent, 13: West lay St.. Jacksonville, Florida.
1\. i. 1l:NiI.\M. Ientr'ail Sp1.rintendent1, l. W. WRENN, P't. Traffic Man.,
S.ivalana, Ga. Savannah. Ua.





St-AN MATED"

It's all Florida.
WV ', 111 u import.-dl igars. miade from l eivy tropical tobacco, doctored with opium
;11l ot ,r riiir ., when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-cent price?
.,oxf 2. ................1..tl A'JFREEIBY MAILITO ANY ADDRESS.
,S)x of W511...... .......... I. I .

A S. W. ROWLEY. San Mateo, Florida.


ARE A

YOU

DEAF?


ANY

HEAD

NOISES?


ALL CASES OF

DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE *
by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable.

iEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
F. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMOR3, SAYes
BALTI.mORs. d., March .
Gent.emen .- Beint entirely cured of deafness, thanks to your treatment, I will t = I= 0 yes
a full histo:v of my ca-e. to be used at your discretion.
About five years ago my right ear began to sing. and thi. kept on getting wrse, until I let
amy hearing i:n thin, car entirely.
I underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three months. without any success, coeise aumb.
,er of phviciatns. aniong other%, the mo-t eminent ear specialist of this city. who tld ms teht
n.'i.v an operation cofild help me. and even that only temporarily, that the bead ims w ld
then cease. hut the hearing in the affecteel ear would be lost forever.
I then saw vour advertisement accidentally in a New York paper, and ordered year wet.
mnent. Aft-r I hal u-ed it only a few days according to your directions, the soimsscemaed, a
to-day, after five weeks. my hearing in the diseased ear has been entirely rested. I thbk y
heartily and beg to remain Very truly yours.
F. A. WERMAN,. -3o0 S. Broadway. atmo., 4d.
Our treatment does not interfere with yousr iuua occp Uedo
Eramination and
advice free. Y OU CUE YOSEF AT MI E M 4"
INTERMTIUAL AURAL CUMnC, 596 LA SALLE AW., CMW IRL


JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY.


HIERBINE.





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