Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: December 14, 1901
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Books lJ^ d Ar3
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Jewelr Clocka *s
Pursn TaftArtile s
F-i Tackle "BpernUna Goods .v*a.
Baskeft Bird Caqisand Gb
Kodak. s*lh*t a-
Bike Supplies W ad N Mo.
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Low.y's and Wiey's Ctocolates alwa fre. Sewing
for rent, and epasted. All orts of toolsnd macinlty rep
......Picture Frames Made to Order......


it's Supplies
t Knives


ehim tsor sale,
paired promptly.

9f You Cannot Find TL.I"I 'AT
What You Waat..... W lIY~ion BAR*.

Stores at JacksoUville, Palm Beach and Lake City.

A U Lime of Fnite, Co o y, Cigars and Tobacco. We Carry the Finest
Lime of OCadi in the City, at the Lowe6e PriM. All Goods Delivered Promptly.
Koolate drop. 25 ent. a pound. FrPsh mixed nuts 20c a lb.. 2 lb for 3roe
Chocolate walhuts 40 meet a pound. Florida Pecans. 20e a lb., 2 lib. for 3"-w
Choeolate almonds 40 cents a pound. English Walnuts 20c a Ih., 2 Ibs. for :35e
Frmkixd candy 15clalb., 2 Ih. 2.-
Hom made eamdy 90e a lb., 2 Itbs. 35.
One posed box fie ehoeol.M 50 c. +
Half pound box fee chocolates 25 c.

Ausorted baskets of fruit put up to order on short notice.
Agency for Egyptian Empress Cigarettes-wholesale and retail.

PETER CIRELL.AS, Proprietor,

Daytona, Florida,
'Phone 74.



W6 Curio Man.

IsM bk to Daytona, and has
opened his store in the building
next to Maley's Hardware Store.
He has a larger line of Curios and
Leather Goods than before.



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We have just received a large
stock of goods manufactured
by the National Biscuit Co.
They are strictly high grade
and nothing can le found to
equal them. Here are some
of them.

Graham Wafers
Brownie Wafers
Fruit Cake
Almond Bon BIns
Butter Gems
Five O'clock Teas
Osvwga rockerss
Minuette Wafers
Water Biscuit

Morrellis Breakfat BaMon. tOle
Inept that money can buy.

We have the largest and finest
line of cereal foods in the city.

We have tlhe largest assortment
high grade canned golds in the
county. The pjriew(, of course
are right.

C IT PRIM 1N. Pfl--I

l.SYou should see the new neckwear
at Hill's.
Supt. Bert Fish was over from De.
Land last week.
txFor fine carriage painting go to
the Halifax Wagon Works.
James Carnell was down froun Ormond
last Saturday and Sunday.
i'-Boston Brown Bread and Baked
Beans at the Gramling Bakery to-day.
,,-For fine work call on Kost &
Gwinner, the painters and paper hangers.
Choice furnished rewuns on Bieach street 1
for rent. Inquire at the GAzm-rr:-NaKs
Mrs. Newell, of Bradford. Pa., has pur-
chased J. W. Wilkinson's lot on Ridge-
W-'Have you films to develop and
print? You can have it done at Harris'
Photo Studio. 'Phone 91.
Dr. J. A. Van Valzah and E. E. Starkey
have been in Jacksonville the past week
attending the United States Court. 0
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Rivers, two chil-
dren and nurse, of Savannah, Ga., are at
the Grand Atlantic for a few days.
J. Mortimer Smith, of the musical sup-
ply house of Ludden, Campbell & Smith,
of Jacksonvilie, is in the city this week.
C. H. Lane has Ibgun to ship 'string
beans from Mr. Bryan's greenhouse on
Ridgewood. The first consignient was
shipped Tuesday.
STheG (AzrTT-NFws is on sale at 'lCark's
and Itarn.' news stand every week. It
in also on file in all the leading hlot.lIs
throughout the state.
Mr. and Mrs. Scuyler Montgonmery Coe.
of Chicago, are recent arrivals and have
secured rooms in E. N. Waldron's new
house on Ridgewood for the season.
Mrs. Sarah Murdick and daughter. Miss
Alice, of Stillwater, Minn., also Mrs. Eula
Beals, of Syracuse, N. Y.. cousins of Mrs.
S. Benedict, are visiting with her for the

11 the liverymen on both sides of the
river have entered into an agreement to
charge twenty-five cents each way for
carrying passengers between Daytona
ond Seabreeze.
H. G. Roling and W. D. IHenry, tw
sportsmen of Cincinatti, arrived in to'
last week and registered at Schnidt's
Villa. They are now down tiw river on
a hunting expedition.
The Methodist Episcopal Sunday
School is making preparations to ob-
serve the Christmas season with suitable
exercise. The children will lie given a
prominent place on the program.
Thomas A. Davis the former editor
and publisher of the Peninsula Breese,
has embarked in Ihe publishing business
at Jacksonville under the style of The
Davis Publishing Company. His offiee
is located at 114 Main stret.
We are always pleased to receive conm-
munications on live topics, or any item
that would prove of interest to the
general public. If you know of anything
that would help make the paler niotre
readable, if afriend or relative visits you.
or a member of your family goes oiff on
a visit, let us know all about it. If you
I L.......... iau tna

George Doanie, an enthusiastic rescue
mission man. of Springfield, Mass.. ar-
rived in town, with his family, last
Saturday. and will occupy one of the
Brown cottages on Ridgewood. Mr.
Doane will probably take up some
similar work in Florida this winter.
OWShopping bags at Hill's. 0
h45ooker Post G. A. B. held a meet-
ing last Friday evelinir and ren-lected the
following officers for the ensuing year:
Geo. H. Matthews, commander; G;. 1'.
Ballough, senior vice commander; If. E.
Thompson. junior vice commander;
Thomas Cave, adjutant; J. B. Ilpdegraff,
quartermaster; Oliver Harding. chap-
lain; H. F. Douglass. officer of guard.
lt,.Nice line of perfumes at Geo. fl.
Clark's jewelry stow.
The advertisements in this issue tell
stories that will prove invaluable, and it
will pay you to read every ivord in every
one of then. Christmas is -coming and
you want to make presents- to relatives
andfriends,. or perhaps you wish the in-
gredients for a frst-elass Christmas din-
ner. Then look through b he GAZ;TT:r-
Nmw ase buy fioum the merchants who
advertise. They are enterprising bIusi-
ness men who live and le.t live. and
deserve, your 'patromnage.


elected the following officers
for the ensuing year: ligh Priest, B. F.
Hough; King. Geo. H. Clark; Scribe, C.
M. Bingham. Jr.: Secy., A. H. Carter;
Treas.. F. T. Peck: P. 8., W. E. Ballough;
C. of H., J. W. Wilkinson; R. A. C.. Jas.
M1. Osborn; 8rd Veil, E. F. Mansfield; 2nd
Veil, C. A. Ballough; 1st Veil. S. H. Gove;
Sent.. T. L. Rodgers.

('has. Diekenson. the painter, had a sin.
gular experience the past week. He was
turning a corner in the street at night
when he was run into by another cyclist
and thrown from his wheel. After
sA-raping up the street with the side of
his face ieegan to look for the perpe-
trator but he had slid on his bike in a
hurry and scote-'l. The next night
while dreaming over the o(-currence
Dickinson roachlied for the man and
rolled outi if lItd. breaking the bridge of
his nose.

N,.No fancy prices marked on Christ-
mas goods at Hill's.

Apaytonst "Oral

lHuyler's candies, fresh at Clark's.
This is the season for new calendars.
IOFIne new lot of jewelry-at Smith &
James A. Rose was a Jacksonville
visitor Tanday.
l Phoenix Silvestris palms for sale.
apply to E. N. Waldron.
I'Set your watches with Wray's
chronometer (jeweler) Music store. -
Miss C rie Smith is asebting behind
the counters at the Woman's Exchange.
Choice furnished rooms on Beach street
for rent. Inquire at the GAMErrr-NEws
W'The Halifax Wagon Works can
make your old carriage or buggy look
like new.
L. B. Knox, one of our valued sub-
scribers from Bulow, was in Daytonr.
Porcher L'Engle, the noted Jackson-
ville lawyer, was in Daytona last
II'Jewelry, fine perumes and toilet
articles for Christmas presents at Gille's
Charles Schantz w-ill leave the 22nd
inst. for a week's visit with his relatives
at Dayton, Ohio.
F. S. Samn came up from New Smyrna
last Saturday and called on his numer-
ous Daytona friends.
Ir'Laun-h "Tomoka" for charter
For particulars apply to E. A. Lindlberg,
captain and manager, 'phone 3:13.
Mrs. George Mackenzie came up from
Banana River Tuesday and will send
the winter with her husband in Daytona.
John Schantz and family, who have
been here for some weeks, will leave for
their home in Dayton, Ohio, next Tues-
~f.Geo. H. Clark's jewelry and st4tion-
ery store is thebest place to buy all kinds
of blank books, hotel registers, records,
ledgers and day books.
Miss Blanche Woods arrived from
BoIton Tuesday much to the delight of
her Daytona friends. She will spend the
season at the Hotel Despland,
WI-Have you seen the "Kodak (Girl"
in the magazines? Harris can supply
you with just as neat ahd handyakodaik
as the "picture girl' carries. Studio, in
l',.Pk Ith'k. Phone 91.
M. It Ekey arrived from Nakoomis
111.. last week, and, as usual. will spend
the winter in ,Seabreeze. Mr. Eke.
favored us with a very pleasaunt ,.all. andi
renewed his subscription.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mendenhall and
daughter, of Forest City, Indiana, ar-
rived last Saturday, and will spend the
season in Daytona. They have rented
the Wilder cottage ou Live Oak avenu*4
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. S.ackey. of Deulver,
Colorado, registered at Schmidt's Villa
this week. Mrs. N. Cohn. a sister of Mrs.
Sackey, is with them. Mr. Sackey con-
dwmt the largest restaurant in Denver,
and feeds over 2500 persons a day.
PIComforts and blankets at Hill's.
G. L.8pence,'o Atlantic City. N. J.,
has reua the m Iiy iew, at Sealireeze,
for the season. Mr. Spen'e is a hotel
man ofitsperience, and also soimthlinig of
a politician in the North. Hlie IhIs been
up toTallabasMee this week looking after
some business for a friend.
lev.J. B. gawk will deliver at tlhe
M. E. lhurchb:Mlasonic ternion to tihe
Knights Templar, Royal Arch, and Blue
lodge Masons of this city, on Sunday,
December 29th., immediately following
St. John's Day. All visiting Masons
and the public will be invited.
larNew handkerchiefs at Hill's.


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Holiday Goods as mw 1m

you will aida full line of...

Xmas Novelth

silver novelties, tree decorations, and nunmeur other arthlM .


talCalendare and boeWOti etkwR
The Big Four Club wil lg a dla m
Tuesday evening.
M Toilet sets for both aw and
gentlemen at Hill's.,
James O'Neil, of Utles Y., Ib a gut
of the European Hotel.
W Jewelry sold at OWle's Dragktoi Is
guaranteed by the masatueesm. -
W. C. Murray, of Graad lapids, Mie.,
is at Schmidt's Villa for the som.
R. F. Trowell went our to UmatMa
Thursday. He will ret to-morrow.
J. J. Bufton is repaperiag and repaait-
ing his residence on South Ridgewood.
Mr. Morrison. of Lockport Ind,, ar-
rived Sunday to look after his Daytona
Robert Bliven has rented W. H. Ed-
mondson's house on Ridgewood, and s.
now occupying it.
J. P. Thomas and H. E. Burdick were
among the Daytonians who visited the
county seat this week.
l9iBrain bread, the great brain devel-
oper and nerve builder, fresh eery day
at the Gramling Bakery.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Grace, of Brook-
lyn. were in the city the first of the week,
on their wedding tour. They are now in
Mr. and Mrs. John Alley and daughter
are expected to arrive from Detroit,
Mich., to-day. They will take rooms in
J. M. Garland's house.
Benjamin Mason is expected home
from the Isle of Pines Monday. He will
remain her. a couple of weeks an] then
return to look after his interested there.
('apt. Spencer received a box of choice
Porto Rico cigars from his friend, Win.
Allen, who is now on the island of Porto
Rico. They were very choice as we can
Srhmidt's Villa will undoubtedly be
the scene of a great many card parties
this winter. The geniel proprietor has
just received twelve handsome card
Bainbridge Richardson was in the city
last Saturday. Mr. Richardson was at
one time operator at the railway station
in Daytona, but is now in the real estate
business in Jacksonville,
The family of J. E. Ender, the engineer
and station man at the electric light
plant, arrived from DeLand Tuesday
and are occupying the house on Beach
street next to Mr. Burgoyne's residence.
Royal W. Pcake, of Bristol, Vermont,
accompanied by his mother, Mrs. W.
I'eake. arrived this week. Mr. Peake
spent the winter here two years ago,
and is very much infatuated with

he engines, dynamos and ice plant
are now in running order at the Schantz
works. A few pipe connections have yet
to be made with the cold storage rooms.
The light plant will be started the 30th
of this month.
"Married for Money" next Monday
evening promises to lie quite an event.
The Core-Carlisle Comedy Co., are well
spoken of wherever tlhey have appeared
and they will lirsent a first-class enter-
tainment. Tickets are now on sale at
I'alnetto drugstore. Admission 50 and
7., cents.
C'harley L,'k wood's o nsulmer vacation
is over, he having arrived home Friday
evening. lie came down with his grand-
mother, Mrs. lockwood, from New York.
I, is reported to have been a good sales-
man at the fruit and berry farm. where
he has been visiting, on the Hudson.
A birthday party was given in honor
of Miss Mannie Dillingham at the home
of her parents Friday evening of last
week. About twenty-five of her friends
were present. and a very enjoyable even-
ing was sent. Miss D)illinghamn was
the recipient of many lIeautiful presents.
.Go. II. lInrd's finest stationery at

ifax Chapter, No. ., at a regular
convocration held Thursday evening,

Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mansfield returned
last Saturday evening from their visit to
North Dakota. Eb is very much in love
with Dakota and says it agrees with him.
Miss Ora V. Smith won the grama-
phone that H. L. Kochersperger raffled
off last week. The machine is one of the
best made, and is something to be
proud of.

Roy and Mrs Puckett, of Melbourne,
were in town Tuesday. They are on
their way to Washington, where Roy
has a good paying position in the Gov-
ernment printing office.
H..Childrens' full length reefers, fine
cloth, $2.75; ladies' fine coats, 8.75; fine
plush, fur-limed winter capes, $4.50.
Woolen underwear and stockings for
men, women and children. Smith & Son.
A maskd ball will be held at the pier
pavilion Tuesday night, December 81.
The pavilion will be beautifully deco-
rated id lighted by electricity, which
will show the costumes to perfection. A
prise will be given for the two best coe-
tumes-tadies and gentlemen-to be de-
cided by a committee. Grand march will
commence at 8:30 o'clock sharp. Ad-
mission 25 cents.
at Be sure and call on old SantaClaus
at Barnes' Novelty Store.
At the business meeting of the Epwortb
League on Thursday evening fifteen new
members were elected and received into
the chapter. The following officers were
elected: President, George Vandevorde;
first vice-president (department of Spir-
itual Work), Dr. Edith Brush; second
vice-president (department of Mercy and
Help), Mrs. E. L. Shear; third vice-presi-
dent (department of Literary Work), E.
L. Shear; fourth vice-president (depart-
mnent of Social Work), Mrs. Claude Hes-
ton; secretary, Miss Mary Johnston;
treasurer, J. E. Rush. After the business
meeting the hostess, Mrs. Shear, delighted
her guests with dainty ifresinhments,
and this over, the company sang several
college songs, Miss Winne at the piano.

Fancy figs per pound..........................20
Fancy dates per pound....................... lh
Fancy raisins per pound...................13c
Fancy nuts per pound......................20c
Candy from 10et.. per pound up tofl$.xo
per~pound at

An effort is being made to organize a
Lyceum Assomiation in town, with
every prospect of success. The members,
as soon as possible, will make a selection
from a number of concert companies,
lectures, etc. Everyone should take a
ticket as they are transferable. Each
entertainment will be of a high order
and first clase. ChaI. B. Curry is calling
on our citizens and is meeting with ex-
cellent success, but a number of sub-
scribers are yet wanted so as to give
from six to eight entertainments. TIhe
price of tickets, including reserved seat,
his very low.


Yours to Pease,

IMoore Bros.

F1 G lleJr ,1 & Co Druggts

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

0P Perfumery and Toilet Articles. %
TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BALSAM-25 cents a bottle.
Beech ste ***. 'P P %I V P DATTONA. FLORI A DA







Evaporated Fruits.

We have just received a new ine

Iried apples, dried pache, dried apri-

ots, raises, prunes, pitted cherries and

plates. Fresh barrel of Florida syrup

ust in


Longe's Old Stand.

'Phone 19.

Corner BDeach So w am&inE acoind:AvWi..

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I Daytona, Florida.

SIs Daytona's newt
* -. -and best and most
* up-to-date hotel.

Under liberal meaa-.
ment. Rates. 98 up.

ColtstU7 and

L. Despland, Propritor

SCHMIDT'S VILLA Overlooking the Halifax River
The hotel commands a most attractive view in every direction and no A

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ML. ho Wm ba trip to Jackso
Vib nhay.o

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chmw pm...s nd hs'.

Mioa L.L ny, of Jat nIL, hI
mtIpbHe eamsed goods can only be
had at T.Pot Grosuy.
A. Wime wet over to DeLead Thum.
Ad ma wIa. tIn OMtrm eam....
J. W. Thomas and Ufmui MeCoy, of
New York, s late arrival at The
I&Freh chocolate candy at T-Pot
Grocery from 20 cents to 50 cents per
1.Koet & Gwinner, the painters and
paper-hangers, have a large force of men
at work.
P. M. Shaw, Jr., of Duluth, Minn.. is n
late arrival. He is stopping at tIhe Ho-
tel Despland. "
gI.Extra fancy oranges for sale at
$3.50 a lboxVielivered. C. C. Barnes'
Novelty Storm.
D. L. King and wife arrived from
Grand Rapids, Mich.. last Saturday and
will spend the season at The Palms.
g..Mackenzie certainly has a very fine
display of good things for the holidays.
Be sure to call on him. Everything fire

Adam Schants took
and J. W. Wilkinson
DeLand Wednesday.
Thursday evening.

Our store is Santa aus headquarters

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Mayor Ludwig,
for a drive to
They returned

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omepaper fairly? Can you ,oniei *\p ss ait i- ,lil l p iv..lh in ,- .i \ fulll .stok of all kiniids of Ii-.lih Florida
tko ty expect home people' to jpatraoni i.iitll H..h V list liv ii -i lli.iii l t..il atlihe.-. ii We'stern M aits.
you? Don'tyou know that it is a poor ho1,,l-l1. tftril'nil'*. h lIih 1\ h.o l as iie.tt |
ri teat won't work both wa\s' of drt.-dstaiitie.l eivt.h l'-. SIi;; I.. '-(.
eiswyoudo! Theunpractiee wiht you 3til 4'axton lluililinr, I'hii agio. I 1\YT''N l'L.NllIA.\.
Ip -ea and the papers will help you %iout.
Work together. Patronize tha' loie
paper, becu it is not a charity institute Trow ell S Express MDL Baggage Line. 0
Ston,t t a legitimateenterpurist that will
ai up the town if given t1hi. proi.r I: 1'. TH'il\ W:ELL. 1Prllopritolr.
a t ti. Ill lth I ,t 1 ).,. < t .1., .., h ,, el. -:

Disse iad danger lurk in the vital
-. The hbkid beronies vitii:,Ml uilml
the Meral health i unn kniiind lvhiel:-
osr the stomach and liver fail to lr-
Sirm tirfunetioun as natulrr int'.i.i'I.
MSINNE will tone till the im 111i:.1.
_nihb the liver, where otio'r |ireI'.ila
d osly relieve. Price. W t'toiits.. li-.
8. M. los.

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1 ubfde ve -- 8Great sacrilce Uale. We intend 6.0
p.b dEeryi Council met in regular session Mon. close out before Christmas owr el*
Sday evening with Pres. Bingham in tire line of haviland china, decorated
ItDW. FTIERALD, PBLK BB. the chair. crockery, fancy articles, jardBiere I
Present. Aids. Atwood. Rix. Foster, cuspidores. silverware, etc. We
SUIBCBIPTION RATES: Schmidt and Wicking. enumerate the different lines: Choco-
.5 0 per Aumum, Strictly in Advance. Minutes of previous meeting read late pots, teasets, salad sets, fruit
SCopyFive Cents. and approved. sets. individual fruits, crumb and
ADVERTISINMG RATES: Bills were presented and ordered brush trays, celery .dishes, pickle,
ly, iLOe per Inch Each Insertion. paid amoIting to 291.2. lobstcr, sugar and creams, cups and
1 0 pers Lime Each Inserticn. Petition from H. Schmidt to remove saucers, fancy pitchers, fancy boxes,
pine tree in package south of his prop- match receivers, souvenir goods, hair
erty on Second avenue, read. Moved and pin trays, milk can holders,
aications on live topicsof oy Aid. Rix, seconded by Aid. Wick- mustard pots, china baskets, oat-
laeal IJteunt solicited. Anything per- ing that same be granted: tarried meal sets, butters and soaps, mugs.
tailatopesonal grievermes or quarrels Petition of J. B. Moore to remove placques, decorated teapots, rose jars,
wil mot be published except over the dead trees in parkage of Orange ave- china lamps, vases, china and glass'
witer's ignata, and at our regular nue west of Ridgewood, taking same dinner sets, silver and plated knives
dwrtiing rates. out by stump, read. Moved by Aid. and forks, tablespoons, teaspoons,
Rix, seconded by Aid. Wicking that sugar shells, butter knives, salts, pep-
Emteod at the PostoflBce at Daytona. same be granted: carried. pers, shoe buttoners, etc. As it is
Florida. a Second Class Matter. Moved by Aid. Rix, seconded by not a long time till Christmas, we
Aid.. Atwood that the resolution know that it we are to be successful
Sm IY~, D 14.1901 passed Nov. 15th placing the arc in disposing of these goods they must
Stray, Dec. 14, 9-. lights be reconsidered so far ab the be sold cheap. Cost is not considered.
light at corner of Belleview avenue We are giving you the benefit of
Ti W 17UZE -E ENSTRIES. and Ridgewood: carried, this great salt just at a time when
Moved by Aid. Wicking seconded most merchants realize their largest
SIthould be the duty of every man and by Aid. Schmidt that an arc light be profits. You will be the loser if you
wonms to patroedut home institutions placed at corner of Bay street and don't take advantage of it. While
s to paonsbe home botutmeon Palmetto avenue: carried. this sale is going on every article in
_a s poit loe.l mih nti th Moved by Aid. Foster, seconded by our store will be sold at some reduc-
wa gov ernmn to helpts. He must Aid. Schmidt, that Council meet in a tion, so you will do well to keep an
mleety governor rents. He must body at corner of Fairview avenue eye open for prices on our hardware
av light sad so uel. and he is xmt and Ridg ewood at eight o'clock. De- and plain white crockery. We mean
ho teght sahad nl. ever 'hu h ~en ,ite mber lth to consider removing business. MASON & WALL CO.
to tab a band in every chu enter- tI -.
ris and chari able niovenmnt that irees aS. OSBOR NEr.
In order to do this it is nect.-sary for W'oriiis take refuge in the small in-
U to sell his goods at a raonabk- tetin wire they an eily multiply. Sanitary Pluming &
piet. If hecsatdothis he must doee WHITE'S CREAM V IFI .E will a ta in g
p his shop and go out of uines w. trov theme parasite. The t Gafit
p p ....... a.d .o o ofhepe ple tells plainlyv how wll it ha
3very dollar sent abroad for any article spo tel.ri e.p2i ents. lr. .. .. *a
theould be purchased at home is just j Jones.r
"tht much taken from its legitimate _Stii and Hot Water Heating.
he.Uand, and does the home merchant t
*dat much dage. OFFICERS ELECTED. ."titt"at'F""t"rni"i"le. Work uaranted
Fbe Inn A contribute nothing t __ 1'. 0. Box ~S4-3. Europnean Hotel.
Ot support of your town. They wouldM
ete~oe r yuron.s house in youfd At a regular meeting of Live Oak Daytona. rT".
ouam doeetrbusiness housin yo o F ,e
pl ieshould ngo der. All they wantChapter, No.. Order of the Eastern
leaold go ier. All ty wantStar. held Tuesday evening, the fol-
yomoney. Why, then, should lowing oficr were e te to serve
*litemin them to the exclusion of your low in g ficers were elected to serve
merchant who has a deep intert t for the ensuing year: Worthy Ma-
Serant who ban a p t tron. Mrs. Alice arris: Worthy lPa-
Si tution in yourtown. Take has. L. Smith: Associate
th.Aiter home, and ask yourself the Mron. Katherine Smit Sec- First Class WorK
Vqlmwim: "Were I in business how would! Matron. Mrs. Katherine Smith; Sec
Wretary. A. H. Carter: Treasurer. Mrs. I'.i. ON TilE
ati e frthe people isnt abroad to Ida A. Peck: Conductress. Mrs. 1.
.l-r. arti-tee for sale i ny Otor "I Manstield; Associate Conductre;... Daytona Steam Laundry
. It eImot right. If you have work MissGrace S. Ballough: Adah, Mrs.
d4, getsome perom athome to do Martha H. Carter: Ruth. Mrs. Caro- 'Phone a
4you wiu to boy anything, no matter Pi o tr Catherine ho
it h tbek y it from the home nerehant, line Gove: Esther. Mrs. Catherine
"labway you will helpto build up the Ballough: Martha, Mrs. Margarite
.lswrpriim of the town, and keel the Gramling: Electa, Mrs. Bertha K.
Smith: Warden, Miss Ora V. Smith:
"l tion t hn wh it Sentinel. Geo. P. Ballough: Chaplain. iWWMWMIMM A
l..'sthesded. mrks aI directed to Mrs. Caroline Carnell. D
AII ts ley apply with eual DoYou SmoKe?
tothemeretants. You esplet the li o- TAItLEI'S IIT'KEYE I'lLE I.NT- Wehll. lhe.n you lik ti"'t h
pbi to patronlu home indu-tries. then MENT has tiien thoroughly tested fIor 'iga.is. You will thid lthi
why not practice what you pn'rah? For imiany years and is a positive cun- tor fiin,"t iilitiis. ifand th
lMtaie., you needprintingof tne kind. this. lostl distrssinag in ranl ad lnarassinig est rtint at the
Heads, btillheads, statements. en- of troubles. 'rice. 7 enters. Ir. .1. M. t the
viopS, or other commercial wt.rk. You C ity H hotel.
have a printing office, perhaps t w. w vell
p to turn out good wo irk. 'ievi A Liht Under ve hiv netirly twenty
miedyour.patronag. You expe-t thli,.eti I;:\TI.:M.:--I not hi,h! mv light diffienit brands and they
to wok lor the upbuilding of the town. iundir ai llsllhel, for I lwain t ,he people to i in. itil first 'lass gioodtls.
Thisthey takegreat pleasure in doing. kiow what viur .s .li's .ii GSo. rH.Matthews,Pro.
T" Spei t them not only to advert owims attie e' ft or lin l. na- f d ui" oeil.s IU, e .. hatthe
gtheowaextensively, but to iniprea o io ,t. anything to do ie ianlay tiol until I tit W .WMWrWRWFW
h minds of the people ithe impoirtantv u't yiouir lo s.llt'Mxirai Syrup. tok -
lpa~tiNsig home industries, thit. liottles aud it .urnd ille .nti.'ly. I N r hn
TIy doall this. and mo, too. The give voii this lopinug it myl t lie'inl-an, e ui MOrt err
aif saving se toe one fro.n a horrible. an.id
Slr ldoss ore for the town thani all prtiiltlire lt;'l thi. Yoiurs under ollige- 'A r
de i *I a utscombinetd. And t-v-you tiois. RKv. B. W1tw,'t. ,',o ,tt 'IoVn. 04. IEAIT MARKET
M 1sdaMI growl alout placitigr Vo lr C'ni..m ltlliltives try it. It ,.in.'S a silniltl' .l.. --
in the paper En when you do igh as if hy v iiiaigi. land is tihe' lst.
... t- i aper. cve..'he. you do |:'. ,,,,.I, f.,r wl.oiilti t.nih I'ri,,,,*,-', 2-, .
yea imagine you are perforliinlg nll ,h'.its. a -"SSri
"ot of charity. But you are not. Thl'ie --- .. l-? "
"t O charity in it. You are getting vatlui' Crety to Children. .-
"glved. You are getting inereatl p,1n- 1Mother's W,,rn Sy,,p .ve,.r fails to ., t
Zdlth the town is beingadvertised. Th. strv utis rebo.v, ,,,rii. ii ,'.hihhir.l,. It /
papr i paying forall it gets anndi ,r, i.s cruel ,t t, adminhlist.., it to t, h,'.a ',
Oi psya fIor it. wheinever there isliel. ed
N otouythis,but insteadof letting oin t
"_ O~home ocese do thework, you setid n---_
Itaieoad. Then, perhaps on a letter- \\W.\TI:ti S:vn:tRI. l'rimuSsS o" tu'Ar u
Ihaid p ited in another town. you writi e a '.teT;;iiil i>ltot Iil i nlit ititill i ;ttnlni Sin, h te'l
it e editor, telling him li.e oughl to t n*il' iii tit o t til i'iit.it'lh d) to Jl. Od P rv'-*o.
:Whuiop p home indmlustrites. s Is hi,.r any 1.h hit i i .,,lid j;. ilii, i. ip i .kso ville *
ll M in thiw? Ar. you t creating t lh si aidiinig. S,.h v la ry $ \, wi. wh 1. 'hki hiiwt Marke ,Stsuth l f.l likst lliilt.


new houre. heatedbthroughout by hot
air. new furnishings, everything
to make guqptacomfartahle.
Rates Reasonable.

Mrs. Geore anlvolril, Prow.

Ple Palms
This popular home-like boarding
honue is beautifully situated on
llea h Street facing the Halifax
River. Tlhe rotms are large and
the table imard excellent. The
house in but three block from the
lpostottti'e and convenient to all
the chunrhei annd but one mile
from the leaw-li. Rates reaamonalile.
.1. M.t'OLL .1M. Proprietor.

Architect, Builder
and Contractor. 0P
Residence and offlke. northeast corner of
Iidgewood and Volusia avenues.
*Phone *9. DAYTONA. FLA.

'ent rally Lo-nted. Itates Moderate.
A. Orange Avenue. )aytona, Florida


Oh. yes. We have them; all kinds.

We sell 11ie faiuous "Buek" Cook
Stoves, in all sizes and at all prices.

iFor' heating a btel-roo m nothing can
iwat a llanner Oil Heater. They are'
worti $53.10o.

T'luien we have Air Tight Heaters.
They Ir gwrat fuel savers. They
s.-1I for $4.4Hi and 4..*,<,

J. H Niver & Son,

iiiie Old Stianl.

All Calls Given Prompt Attention.

Pian3 Moving a Specialty.

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To owe soCK HMCADA01499
and al' il e se uI g fr Il
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Wausra ixaELUL MUiUA iMYl

mFuUl spply of all ktadsf trial
iaM sd pplis alwaylam hd.
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Daytona ce Co.
WMa. Wlxuxo, Manager.


** A

Admission, 50.

Reserved 7

Reserved seats on sale at Palmetto Drugstore.



Made from Disilled Water.

F. W. SAMS, P *Prd l bro
Rates: $2 and Upward; Special to
Regular Boarderb.

Thompson, ,m. Tat.
High Grade Tailoring a Specialty.
Suits made to order for $18 and
up; Panto for $4 and upwards.

Cottage Ave., rear of City Hotel.

acter and good reputation in each state
(one in this county required) to repre-
sent and advertise old established
wealthy business house of solid financial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expense additional, all payable in cash
each Wednesday direct from bead ofaMs.
Horse and carriage furnished when nee-
cessary. References. Enclose self-ad-
dressed-stamped envelope. Manager,
316 Caxton Building, Chicago.

Beautifully Located on Ridgewood Ave.,
Daytona, Florida.






Through tickets to New York, Philadelphia.
New Haven, New London, Stoningtona,
*' roi11m U ;il,--fi DP nu 4lI

i-^ -lGmm*- P'rovidence, rFall river, Bostonu anu
at rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Three steamer
trains every Thursday. heaving Jacksonville as foHlows:
Via the Sea Islands ........10:10 a.m. (Metropolitan Limited.)
Via'Plant System ...: .................... 3: 15 p .
Via Seaboard Air Line............ 7:40 p. n. (Fast Mail.)
lPaengers leave Daytona 5.:219 am and
3:22 pm, making close connections.
For illustrated matter, diagrams. reservation, tickets, etc., address

A. T7 D A ^-- 220 West Bay street,
Ae W YE, Agent, IJacktonville, Florida.


Florida East Coast Ry.

Time Table No. 35. In Effeet Sept. 1, 1901.

do II .Ei.No.J No.7,l No.81 o.lt
Daily Daily STATIONS. Daily Daiftaly .
m p sLv......... JackMonvie ....... Ar 7U p ilM ......
&cop Ws50 ,.......8o JaltckBnvul....... L _UP 8Wk" ... 3B
N 1115a ......... St. Augustine ....5.... s- a 7 ma,......p
0 .4 6 ap 11 7 -.......... astinn. .......... 514p 7U s ......
S k ...... 8 p l ......... E t Palatka........... 4 5 1 Tom ......
a2 .. ....... 4. _. e ......
04. 71. 2 4'.1 1W? ... .. akH- llnW ............ 2a1.4......
...... .......... ... P .. .. .
2 I S ." ............ oroant ........... .. ..... ..
pK ** 8 p 1 W 6 .a......t..... tlD arnse............" ..... .

5 5 Sl.. ll-P ..... B:a:i .. "........... One ........... i .
&.. 1;. ... .. ...173 ......... M- l P ort orange......... .. 12 s a .. .. .
0L .... 4 5 p ..........New m rn.i.. ..... 2 5.... .. .....
S...... ...... .... Oak H ill e............ 1. 1 l ..... ......
I .... .. 6p r ... .ti.... .. tu I .... P
4 ....... TCoi Oa ............. 1 li P...... ....
S. ... .. ...... .. ..........
S.... .. e .i .... .. JS utfni e ............. U l t ............
t .3p ........ StMelbourne... ....... ...... ......
S .. .1..-' ..........a.--1... ... 9 a ...... .......4
..... U p.. ........ .. st u r .... 9 a ... .......
Sp ..... W st P lm B ach........ 11 ..........
...p. .. ... t i ter ".

3 2.p .. FAynton...... ....... S.la ......a......
6 ... ; "p ....... .. .. rony ............. 2a 10 ........... W
.... 9 l.ip ....... SFor t Laud rdale. ...... 7 a ............
s .. 9 -......... LemonCity.......... ". 8 ......
.. .. 1 06 Ar Miami ...... ...... Lv .. ......
Buffet earr i .Clarls on Fraius 35 und 78.




SmadlaeudiDaily Daily MAYoTBAC.Daiy '-" Sun
(IOnly y lez.su MAIOT R;C
900116I01Oitd 13c1 SUNbLv .......... ...hI4-ks.,invile .. .......... Ar I T"T02"-.

lOt S 1 : ....... lwkon ille ..............." 73 '.
1i- m- j l sa sa I on ........1 P". tl o 1 lem h ......0s ...0':1 p lin ...... ,
p ... .. .... .....8Aa t...
Suggetions of plans furnished gratui- 10u 7 9 U ... Atla ieah L 0 1
tously. Will cheerfully consult with ., ,o i.. PALATKA BK.NCH j.ii:. Na.il, ,aia l a s'
lirstoniN dediring ilant, anl' guarant'te Daily !DaPALAyKA BANH Dily Daily .DaiyDly1 _
satisftion. I ii S6ip 4WP lI p37 6la3 Lv .Piai k: Ar .km 7 l
--nI g6-P 4" a92Wp1i155 li 6t5l Ar. nmt Palnfksa..,v 6 I a 7 t a 12t1 iN)" 5 5
DgSliNV.4 SAN MATE() htA.NCH. lowar
Lv ........ .... E .latka ................ Ar
'Phone1!. 813P S lS|Ar ..... .. .. .Ma _-. .. ....... LT "
Seabreeze, Flerida. 51 B'ANCH ;ex.s xsu
SLv .... ..ewdymr .....Ar, p ai Lv ..... .....T.tnile............Ar LI
-l- 1 ....Lake helen...... L; 530 7 lhe ". ............. Mims................ L .
*lwp ...... .. o.ml i ....... 514i; 8:ii ........ .... .osAee ............... U i .t
^ 0pAr ...... Orage(-Z' .
1 m b t :i Ar...... .... .. anford .. ..
TheseTime Tables show the times at which train may be exoeoted to arrive and 4 Sfrom th several tationw, but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not
e e*^ d.. nor does the CompAny hold itself responible for any delay or any eoouqmaes al
tag threfrom.

#You can fool all the people some
of the time, and some of the
people all the time; but you
can't fool al the people all the

WE DON'T want you fooled
any of the time.
Low priced paint will always fool you.
It may look well when first put
on but will not last. It costs as
much to put on a poor paint as
it does a good one.

are made to fool no oue. They
are honest Paints for honest peo.
pie. They cover most, look best,
wear longest. are most ecnomi0a
cal, and always full measure.
Bingham & Maley.


stern .: ** -*

A. Cecil Barnett. i

L.ave Miami Mondays and Fridays .... 10 5 pm Leave Havana Weds. and Saturdays,...1. iI
Arrive Key Wet Tues.and Saturdays I 1 pm Arrive Key Wet Weds. and Sats...... @WIN
Leave Key West Tes. and Sundays .. 7 4)pm Leave Key West Thus and Suns .... 40 9
Arrive Harvna Weds. and Mondays 3l m Arrive Miami Fridays and Mondays ... 60M
For ospy of local time card address any Agent.
J. D. RA ILER. AMs. OGe. Pass. Aget. ST. AUGUSTINE. -A

Railway *

4t1kag. LclSUtI
i Julanta, Ilrugha
lmfleps. $S. Lou, I S aas -W.
To the ilast and INorth.
To the Weat and North.-West.
The lime 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 tHot Springs, North Carolina.
tiht @ sotmes a Pullmerican rna pon es, sBfe, n. h. .
Thbrogh Veftibuled Trainas. Pullman Drawin-o.,nm sl et;C cvr. Through

...~gmg.f I *U1

Northern and We*


(goo. H. Clark, lAwal Agent, Daytona. k1a.

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IDIReCT t-me-Quic, -



Msageiea Amm sad R* ** il-
Hauls baggage, freight, etc.,
rates reasonable, prompt service.
Office, Boston Barber Shop.
Phava3 77. 8. MILLS, PROP


Has a big lot of Harnes, Collars,
Leather Straps and Partr. Just
received Harnems$6.50Ond uplwards.
New Sewing Machines for $16 and
upwards. I can furnish you with
any kind of a sewing nmiwhine.

Year Psttrese loelted*.

Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

hDoor and Window Sce en. Picture
Mouldings made to order. All kindN of
Furniture 'Repairing doneon short notice
at reasonable prices.
Cottage Avenue, i)AYvOI-A. FLA.



rNL H, 'and Gm

rdbtbe ~~ ~ ~ feios stowF bin *.L -
For-,- ouee pae

Suasomery r
meumted;= mongh-ab g ej iBau"ft
to last a year -I
Gents' Colar Box 50
Handkerchi e-Made of celluloid;
a p thing for a prset We
them for 75
Glove Box-O- l o.ld; very prttey...75e
Smoker" Set`-t hmmoid Ce' with briar
pipe. e, cgtar holder ho and
match box $1.25
Manicure et 50c
AIume-fiw quality celluloid and
plush cowve, velvet back......1.15 to 1.50
T let .........1.65
Fancy Cracker Jar for you% table.
Only ............... 50c
Ash Tray 1
Fine Fish Scale Work-all pricca.
Children's Doll Set- ........32e
We hove dolls of all sires. measuring
up to two feet in length.
Nickel and Dime Saving Banks.........9c
Jewelry Boxes ..............5e
6ildreas' Water Color Sets............ 15
Toy Pistols and eap-They'll make
Christmas lively 9,.
Japanes Fan Screens. for deeoratioas,
etc *. v Sk
Silverware-Triple plated ke dMA,*
co~se and tea pots, knives d forks,
apon.., etc.. at all priee. C an&d me

-..-- m e tYoU ever played
; bleek lmaitaton *bony, white em-
bo "ed........................................... 20
Tin toys till you can't rest.
Saw Fish Saws. ech....................10c
Alligator Purses nand l'ocket- ooks--
not imitation-one of the neatest pres-
ents you can buy for a lady friend. The
prices range from 75c' to.. ...............2.30
Are you looking for a present to make
to your friend who smniokes? We have
pipes from 7.c to2.30--meerachauim and
French brier. with amher stems.*n
We have tine box stationery from
...........................................- 1 to 1.25
The famous Franklin hard ruloel.r
fountain pen. with aluminum lpoint...;I6W
We have. thieni with gold points....1.25

`jQvrcoats t o
Farmers Satin lined sleeves. well *
M ade....... ............. ... ........ -
We have coats lined throughout
with farmer s8 ...................to10

We lIav''just'r-,i\,,I aI lt of tlie,
fanions "'Satisfa.rtio)ii" branil
nothing. Suits froi, $-S.4o to 1is

.......................... nu nu l n nu OO o o

- a i. ~ U
~ij4j~.qjdjEEijiIIfl1 C~ NW~DTM K~ K~ A C' LI ~ '3'

. We desire to call attention to thie new
ad.of the Hotel Despland in this issue.
handsome new hotel has just been
einped to the public under the able
magenvent of Mr. and Mrs. hIAon
Sempland. The Dkeulands needs no in-
-'t'oduction to the public, as they have
Sor years had the reputation of being
Sammo the bent hotel manager in
the State. They already have about
see: u ---------s



Commencing December 9, 1901.

The Columbia

Offices ad er: e 7st
Offices led Yarde lu BweCdammft lfti~




has just been built after the most modern
is fast. safe and comfortable.

plam, and

Fare for Round Trip $1.00.

Launch "Yankee Doodle" for Charter.


Seaside Inn
I)in'etly on tlhe ohe.ani beahli opposite Daiytona. New and modern. .i il *-,l4tri. tlw-ls in .very mronn. New oean pier and casino.
DUN K I.EF & 'rojsS. i'rolietors. (; G IDALL, (formerly Seabreeze) FLORIDA.
Summer hotel: Ocean View House, Pigeon Cove, Mass.


IU I. Vll U llo..I.,I I*I (Formerly tie Hollym Inn)
t .DAY rON A. 1 wDoa.
SNOpens December Ist.
T'hi- popiil.ir" hostlery lia.s Inn remosdeled and enlarged to double its size; aceomo-1
ttoItt..ls 20)1 guests: it has ltien refurnished and decorated; electric lighted and
thi ir,.hlY heatedd: has new billiard and snnoking room, new ladies' parlor and!
.Oh .-., p-4rl1,or. Thi. ranl .* thatii is situated on the water front and bas Ieautiful1
EIT HOLLY HILL a,, i.i. iin soitih friiiz verandha.s: good floating and fishin from our own pier.
H*VLL HILL. R Itat-- moderatet. -ndl for booklet. Jas. H. Johuson sl os, rUmagers
twenty-five guests. and it goes without Am.ongst mor visitors this w.ve.k wev --
saying that rooms at the Hlotel 14s- M |rs. Lane..Miss <;ray. M, MrsM.ierkl nI Tl
pland will lit at a premium within a Messrs. lihs. l anannd t. )nr.H A L MT T O
short time.
Sule of tie si.iul fatun if t enw 'The. I.au,,h Turokat l,.ft today ir C 0. C H A M B E R L I N. PRO P.
I I wr winti.i" qtpiartt's at Ni c-i idice-k.
hotel an. its sanitary phimbing.1-mpily-i EllE ilnl erg will r-1' h,'1 r % ith W. II
ing with New York City laws. The ho- N ow wi O pen
tel i. lighted by ga- and electricity. Hath" -
heated by hot water system. Bell and The MN'1oy Itros. tovweil their new bout N O
telekphonts in rooms. the "'('oluiia" to liayton rn T l'liurs- :,,et r lightd an, T, roughly H heated Hot and Cold Baths.
day. whlern sh.t w\ II ll:i;\ heIr '1, in.,es
set upl. 'Perf.et Cuisine. Everything Strictly First C'hla. Rates Moderate.
S Mr.-I (!wyn ,I:s 1 I I.nilir :,1 fw .
d"'" It "'"';a'"' Rosedale Cottage
\ f| Oin M,,,lhy MrsI. Itri','nl rturin,, tfi'i,,
aI isit to Ilir son iln lI):1 1N,11 1:1 ,.atel lin ialmettto Avenue. near Live Oak Street. ZEvery room thoroughly
.MrIi-. C'lh.iI. i.-t h.1r ,l. \\lh> h i;t- I -nrt h, t.- ',l**I Hot ati, o',,I,1 hat0h. Rates: $5 to $7 per wve'k. Board ext-ellent.
ie i s.:ip.>,.l fir- s,,cnie, t iri.. i- tie,, :,11.,, *l.F. G. Lindberst. ProAn {rietor.

31. M. Gowim, Ns"M

Fine Wp
a" Carmlan

Gcxeral BLacsaiting and Rep:a "frk
.ICIRMTIUIC uOiRsLzoKIna LmA sWEclAj621r.

Shop near ion l & Bonod Lunber Yanrd.

MAN I" F'A rUi- or IMOP_
Moss and Fiber MaisM
Dealer in Seond Hand Furniture and Stoves.
Your (ld Furniture Made as Good O w.
Sw.ond Avenne. opposite &Schldt's Villa, Phone 9 DAY"TOA,


Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishlag
Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lim ,
and Cement and Plaster of Parts.
Thone 49.
.iMgnolia Ave. and F. E. 4'. Rv. (West of Postoffice.) .n


This liho mt is just .minpletel. u.iil is Ieiautifully lhNwated on North Ridgewood
A venue. It is lwrfif-tly hiahted Iby hlit-air; and Inw bath] room, and all
modern cn veiii-eniecs. Cuisine ex-vllent. Rltes reauoabiile. Rooms singly
i ,r ,nt suit Daytona, Florida.


U :: .. .. .... ...i .
Theatand pipe through center of ho-
tel with branches onevery floor,eonnect-
ing to a 10(I loot two inrmh how.
It has thre iron 4 utudie fire e.aptes
and over 200) feet of broad piazas, on
four sides.
Roomsen route with or without pri-
vate bath. Its lhoation i beautiful and
central. It in a munahinhr spot and yet a
sheltered nook from tl-- cold winds
which onimetiIme prevail on the river
front. But we d'o not lome sight of the

oThr ];,l h I t il ml rtal i4i nls i[ts II ,lly
IHill an -.is i' turke s 4 il l '.W '. whih
ithe .te. rlri.ing eitiz i,.n. has Wetthert-.l
ta e r NI rIvI v.. h; I,-\. hIt..l% aihle1d t, I

b "-r.r. I -,
Ftor faililV I ,v I ill l r i e IiII-"rI-s' %%a .,
..... ..r. uisefIful ald valhmil, nir-n-ly. I'rice. '27,
beautiful Halifax river from the' sky
parlor, an lextenuive view can IW had tof
it a8 well as f irm most of I.l-roeoms. PF1e-in. Cue's Piloe!
Vegetables an'ure plied from i their own .. ..
gardens. Tennis and .roiqulet gr, unds Chsted His Tane.
under grande oak trees within hlotel It tIs sad that when 'resident Polk
grnoundls: other aniusenients., sh-h asvisited Boston le was impressively re-
billiard and Ieowliung all.y will I.. jpro celved at Faueuil Hall market. n be
vided in due time. clerk walked In front of lin d iwn th
Tilewavttr uwd iil lhi hl t1 i '. length of the market anntiuouintg ill
Ted e1t() 1,h"*.sth( f tIiit i- loud tones: "Make way. geiltlt:ieu., for
eded tic tl the.' hst( of i. thee- n; ii the president of the United States. The
nearly fnre' friiom unilplihr. president of the United States: Fellow
citizens. make room!"

Y. P. S. C. E. CONVETION. and many nw ideas and metihoa were
S introduced that will prove of great
The eleventh annual co ion of benefit in carrying on the work of the
The eleventh annual convention of .
the Christian Endeavor Union of Vo- societies.
lusia, Brevard and Dade counties. At the business nie-tin! Nere
Morning the following ogtic.r were
convened in the Congregational elected for theft ensuing year:
church last Friday afternoon. The President, Wmn. lexxby: \Vice-P'reii-
meeting was called to order by Miss dent. Volusia Count3: Miss Vane-
Evelyn Clark. secretary of the Union. leave: regard County. Mi.s Weather-
cox: l)ade Countv. J. Patl Clarke:
In absence of the President or Vice- Secretary. Miss E. ('lark: Treasurer.
President, Miss Harriet RIuger was Leshe Ross; Junior Superintendent,
elected president pro ttnm. and IVade Miss Tupper. These otlicers coinp,,se
an excellent rd ofer. the executive -oinincittce who w ill
an excellent prehidieg officer. jdecie ;iandl appoint a place for nI \t
ReV. E. 1H. Ityrous. of New Smyrna.,i me1tinii.
delivered an address of welcome which The church was prettily deratrl
was responded to by Miss Harriet M. with everir-en..s al rc.cintie.l I
Huger, of Daytona. urett. and i iting"s lueard atii "he
S Mr. .1. It. Hill, of Daytona, wa thn larch over the pulpit. wa-. received byh
introduced and gave a mo-t interest- the delegates with the spirit in wl which
" ing and instructive talk on tcuipt'r- it was extended.
ance.Altogether the convention was one
anct-, iof the most interestin aril prolitabtle
Eleven senior societies and three in the hi-torv of the I'nion. and nt)
junior societies were represented, d doubt ev\erv deieLate returned to)
The reports from the' different ->o- their hointes b..tter Irteparelt to en-l
cleties showed that good w-rk was be- ga 'le i tie work ofthe ;tmast after-
ing done for C'hri.t and the Church. i noon was largely attended, and some
The reports showed an increase in excellent papers from the different
membership over last year, and societies were read. The service wat
howed that the ocietsnan a interspersed with songs by the local
obwed that the society s inancesare Junior.. This service was thoroughly
equal to the demand., enjoyed by the congregation.- New
The meetings were all well attended Smyvrna Btreeze.


The chief had stepped Into one of thle
stalls to look at some game. when thlie
clerk turned round suddenly aud. lind-
lug himself alone, suddenly changc-d
bis tone, and explained: "'My gracious'
Where has that darned idiot got to'.:"

Sit up

in bed.

When it becomes necessary to
sit up in bed to get youth breath;
when the least exertion such as
walking, sweeping, singing,
talking or going up and down
stairs, causes shortness of
breath, fluttering or palpitation;
then it is time to do something
to brace up and strengthen
your failing heart. Take Dr.
Miles' Heart Cure. It is best
of all.
"I had palpitation of heart
my left side became enlarged
and I could not sleep at night.
Had to sit up In bed and vtean
walk the floor to get mny breath.
All of these troublesi were cured
by Dr. Miles' Ieart Cure."
M&s.-E. V. Tt',ns, I
Mt. Carroll, Ull&

Florlda Bottling Wors
T'homas & Burdick, Proprietors.
Mantiufaturetus of the finest Plain and Carbonated Beverage4. Try our
de.livious 'Cherry P'honophate. All goods delivered promptly.
Daytona. Florida.


Rubber Tire Carriages Fine Horses Careful Drivers
\,, ;i \\, 11 ,ell uill' .i f,,r "St rafi,\iliih ." T.l,- tiile'it turtints in ti r-ity.
lIf-. 111.4.1:;11 'lll :tr r in lt ik,' pOlss fri- r to lilny pirt of th **it .
Tl k r)mllpt1 \ ,St;ables-s o||-P ite l bl. S.-h.16l.
Telephone 27

DI)avt1onia HouSe


BcRot-s fr-omic$7 tei .A10 1--r -t

Sitluatte.l IicI (4)ritig- .n -

T. L. RODGERS, Proprietor..

"SAN MA ThNations
"SN MATEO" Best~igar.

It's all Florida.

I\\ \ h i1, 1 i tn-.ort' l .I i :rirs. ma.I., fr n hi.'avy trioplical tobweai-o. doctoreNd w itth opiniii
. ii, ,h-.ir Pnm. l.-!> ,u.n *in li.; the pure Florida leaf at a tfiv-c.-nt price. "

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TIhii' I'he-ks frimni li-e.pet onii: Itlh ck fri Poetoslea.

Terms: $7 to $9 per WeeK.

Daytona, Florida.

.1. II. (.ITT''ENS. I'rprih tor.
S'uii..iii.-itl l. I.,i"iat ,,l. ( \ rhi m kiii" t I- l1;-aii.. tifu ll. ilifax River.
l;-l. I lt.p ;ii1 ;\ ,llqIt.. I;to.- ii. hi]ll) r I .r D;i. v: I li\i to S v-tiin lDollars per W ek
IDA )To \1. I.'l 116.l

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Renovated and Newly Furnished.

.1. I.. HO)WAVRD. I'rpi. tr C. BARNFTT., W.

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te 1. hiiv :42 -Ali.. ; li n4,11 ... $.....
Nh-.e< -.i~~s ~ l: t'2. rs l ihi l'I o, -, M 240, ilec ................
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b gn- V, Uve hrenetbh a y*
S a ur 1fne1. 1, pall
M It ft enmfly ti ghtels. selMom
MinbMGghm. Whtber the newcomer
-le sun oI the Mlus mad ravine
Sft ath r wthegt the swamps.
w a-- eof the mouth or over tlw
wMie lteht pratrtes of the west
the tumppla of the great Iber:,'
r ftun aitr. As he rattles along
th pMfy subrtmhn ettleneauts
or h~nt tr Ak farms or half dridl
mit e saUi dheveed swamps tlOw
A dwd t e wield -gay with thi.s
YgM Sewers or sober with last
1t wm11-eepaMrating the raw bud
a f wWkerft cottage' tangles of
dU ph palmer and ot trolley wires.
Al nthm eye toward ugly. shape
AM bilks going above the dingy
s __-f _-.l-e.. elevators, machine
a1ps, breweries. factories. kvbouses-
SSotho that preclude the great
iage to come. Then avenues of
Mth. ift t Ito by the sbamelek.s blacks
2 ~g 1 ad spa noed by grinty via-
4 f atRmys et eam streets dcggetdly
et- m~*@KI the son and rso'lute
I off the *sweet country airs.
Ite M rtmiak the stonmanch rn
wti 1 thi agh dirt. dust. grime. souot.
a" Cl eta s the trembling nio-
btii ans d Jars along toward
S0b.ebodhshabrine of the two faced
.M i t Botle and 81oucli.-Ileury
SM la Omtimk.

hasM of the Cblions In rance dur-
ite rig n of Queen Marie were ex-
only atrId. particularly hair-
Iag and bats, which were trlm-
a0 with mel an extravagant wealth
etf batere that the coaches hbad to
have their smts lowered. According
to gMm. imam. -motbers and buhis-
.A *mml and the general u-
aw w elat the queen would rain the
e day Leam XVI. decided to for-
U -- eMrt In a body to follow the
ibut Is eoacaest In order to be
Sft be wled only to permit real
< W 1 Ito attend. The noble la-
MImedtately rebelled, and the
ftfta of Momsco critkiised the decl-
ig ky asno of her headdress. upon
wMa mrose a miniature royal coach.
"" wD by two gentlemen on foot In
gpuu On the left of this w:s dis-
j d a eypr garnoished with black
-'. the large roots being formed of
M e ahrd still was the halrdress-
F oft the mother of louls Philippe.
Sn whms heed every one could ad-
Sbetr seam the Due de Beaujolalsa
G the armm of hba nurse as well as a
p uNst pecktag at a cherry.

1heW me sa m.lerver.
"M Ieorg write 16 you every day
bler was irarelUng around'
"es, every ilay."
"What regularity!"
"Ye*Tt.u I dlisdMovered that every one
of the letters wji written here In his
*ine ie'rort I. astartei, aiml all be had
to lo was t o ldr:i onev In lie postotice
W rbn-o*r rb. -hnim--nl to lw."
"AnuI l Iw 1141 yum hioil tliit out?'
"The"- *' its I:' ttfir typ-t writer Is
toknm t < *'h.-vh: ;.! p| 11:n Ikshir.

Atlantic, Valdost
Only Mlerefte Train f rm

No. 2

No. 4


T4:10 pm......... 7:4 pin Lv.............la-ks
OMe am .........11.05 pm Ar .............. Vald
4:10 pn ......... 3:50 am Ar ............... .av
T:45 pa......... 7:25 am Ar..................la
1:00 am......... 1:00 pm Ar...........hatta
G.4 am......... 6:55 pm Ar...........N.. ih
1311 pm.........11:40 pmn Ar................ar
T:94 pm......... 6:52 am Ar.............t. I.
10:50 an Ar Clii'-
13:40 pm......... 2:30 anm Ar. ...........uii
4:15 pm ......... 7:26 am Ar..........Cin.ii
9:1.3 am Ar..............Chia

No. 4-Dixie Flyer-4'arries Pulluanin
Jeebkt-vile to St. Louis without chang...
with dpig cars for Louisville. C'inciniat
A. V. W. stations: Crawfold. Itaxtet' a
Jadomviie and Mamn.
No. Expr -SIto at all A.
loe aom llpoint West and NXcrtlhwe
O uoletions made at Jackson\ville \it
Air IA and Florida East 0-Coast Itys
K. H. BARNES. ( en. Sup't.

A ma"te O* o mesa.
Sbe at bee ha bing fun with Dde-
Sa hIu time. and be made up what
amId be had to get even. It took the
tefm of a brilliant and cogent come
drum whose answer Dudeklea thought
wv tucked oa ib a wanly boom.
"I have a comandrm for you. Minr
rasale." be said. when be mw her
"Ah." she replied. "what is It? Who
gave It to you'"
"I made It up myself." be amerted.
bridling somewhat.
"Indeed? What tis t?"
"Why are my clothes like the moon?"
She hesitated for a moment and
Dudekins began to look triumphant.
"You may think" she mid slowly.
and Dudekins somehow felt the mand
clipping from under him. "it Is be-
icae they have a man In them, and
you have a perfect right to think as
you please, but. Mr. Dudekins. opinions
differ."-Loadom Tit-Bits.
3U0%a Parades.
Many persons will recall the famous
paradox of Zeno by which be sought
to prove that all motion ls Imposible.
"A body." be argued. "must move
either in a place where It Is or In a
place where It Is not. Now. a body in
the place where it is is stationary and
cannot be In motion, nor. obviously.
can it be In motion In the place where
It Is not. Therefore It cannot move at
Bodies do move. however, and that
Is a sufficient answer to the Ingenious
Had a e ir StoFry.
"Did you ee the account of that
flash of lightning that burned the hair
from a boy's head without otherwise
hurting him?"
"I did." answered the cheerful liar.
"and I was pained to note the incom-
pleteness of the story. Now. I happen
to know of a case that Is really re.
markable. The lightning entered a bar-
ber's shop and not only undertook the
task of singeing a man's hair,. but it
runn un the ironer aminiult on the cash

register."- Exchange. Consultation FREI
Heada Turmed Red by Batll.
Mocking birds are great epicures In
their way. feeding on oranges, the ber-
ries of the palnu-tto and those of the -- -
china tree. apples. pears, cherries. A
peaches. blacklberres and other small A WORTHY SUCCESSOR.
fruits. On the Island of Key West
they eat so freely the bright red prickly "--s ethlsM New Uner the Sis."
pears that grow on a kind of cactus
that their bills. heads and throat be- All doctors have tried to cure Catarrh
come dyed as If with vermilion. by the use of powders. acid gawes. tin-
halers and drugs in paIste form. Their
A *mage*stlo. j powders dry uip the mnlucuous membrane*
Mrs. De Blinks-No. sir. you cannot causing then to crack owpn and bleed.
have amy daughter with my consent I The poweriful acids used in the inhalernt
detest you. and I wish I could think of have entirely eaten away the same mem-
brane.s that their niakcrm have aimed to
some way to ninke you miserable, -u re, while astes and ointments cannot
Mr. Flicks-Well, then, why not be- reach the disease. An old andexperieuced
come my mother-in law? practitioner who has for many years
made a clhme study and specialty of the
Bicycles are generally considered a tratIment of (Ctarrh. has at la6t per-
very toodern Invention. but some of fete, l a Treatment which when faithfully
the Egyptian obelisks. It is said. bear tlsd. rot only relieves at once, but per-
figurs mounted on two wheeled vei- aletly CU4's ('atarrh. by rt'rnoving
gures mounted on two wheeled vebi ti cause. st popping the dichargve, and
cles resembling the old velocipedes. curing all inflaninaation. It is the only
renedy known to science that actually
Just as you are pleased at finding reaches thie afflicted parts. This wonder-
faults you are displeased at finding ful remedy is known as "'SNMI'-FI. the
perfection.--lavater. (rAKARANTEE:r CATARRH CR 'Ua" and is sold
at the extremely low price of One Dollar,
each j'an.Wckai.econtaining internal and ex-
a & VW eptern R y, ternalinedicinesufticient forafull month's
S* trvatmenit and everything necessary to
iER i tROTE'" its l.wrfec't line.
*'*SI'FFFLE"S is the only perfect
Jacksnvie to the West. (atarrh Cure ever imlade and iS now rec-
gnizitd as the only safe and positive
tions No. 3 No. 1 cure for that annoying and disgusting
lost v ::t, im.... v 51 i..... 5:241 mI I aid 'rniUtinnsiisly and is also w inderfully
on ...............v 12:43.ai-1 ......... 11::t3 amn l quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the
nta ..... .. ...... ,s9: i :N Hin Ilead.
noogn .......... .v :t:(0 p ......... ::15 alm i'atarrhn whon neglected often leads to
Ivill ............. 1v 9::3(1 a .......... :30 pi:8( im cl nsiumn tioli--"S. 'n.L S' will save
rtin............ ...Lv :13 a .......:1:47 1p111 voi if you use at once. It is no ordinary
oulis.. .........Lv 10:1. p... .n:3 i rtemiedYv. but a complete treatment which
tip I I.v 61011. l 1 :is l >oitively giiarant-ed toc iv. C(atarrh
ag l--- v -'1 n in any form or stage if used according
Avilhl......-... v :t: a... :0 a ..... 2::.' pim to directions wi which ;in.co4ip1;iany each
nmati............ 11:15 pm.........11:0 aim pjiakagoe. Don't delay but send for it at
go .............. Lv % 7: i pm......................... once and write full particulars as to
----- your condition. and you will receive
ira iing lrn Ihuffett Shl.inrg art sl-ciil advice fromn the discoverer of this
.I.raking Room c unt-tii t l.pm alii C o.r..il.rfuil rei,.dv regarding your case
making direct 'O*netiOn at Nashville tiot,, omst to ,:i I,,vold the reKgilar
ti and 'llicago. Inlyv stops at following ..siit f lst .tt he (iiltiteuld
n.I -.mr.. ir. iroh igih co.i'ti'es ,le p .. if lttes t e ia ntree"
i m-ial i i. rt Snt pire-ailt to anyi address in the
I.& via 1. hi'lI" t iti,+ MIak4-t .s 'c c unitedd States or ',.namdal on n.vipt of
ih .l th i I, ra i ,l l aid tiN.'* S. oard *.' lDolhlr. A. irn-s.s Dept. 1122 EKUwiN
It isll & CoMi.-At. 2:130 and 2:t32
S. I K i"., en. I t. .'.k-t Street, Philadelphia.

,Clhateau de Speer Wines

of Passaic, N. J. Vineyards.
lb Winoe Rival the World in Excellence.
01 rich and mellow by age and years of care and frequent racking
cellars as is done with the Chateau Wines in France.

The Chateau cofn'
tains a limited sup-
lyof Private Stock
eort 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 x8 years
ojd.All are preferred
where known by the
Medical profession
as superior to any
RP ep chtaeSpbr+ that can be had, for
Olrncelin tetect upon the system when used by invalids. the weakly
tam i persbou and in general family use ,rthern New Jersey
I0ssoilabounding in iron is just adat. ."r hisgrape for Port
im t it the same kind of soil as in Portugal Speer's winery and
are the only Port grape vineyards in the United States; bnly
That cultivate the real Port wine grape of Portugal ; while
ti or mixtures called port are made without a single Oporto
SIS thU. Mr. Speer is the first and only one who imported the
an l acclimated the real Port wine grape vines of Portugal.
.~pst thousands of dollars as a hobby to see what he could do toward
0 kr estheme I n-n ..j i n.c hp..rom It tn .: t- C-- -I--


.n Ingenious Treatmet by which Drunkards
are Being Cured Daily Ia nSpite
ui Themselves.
No Noxious Doses. No Weakening of @the
Nerves. A Plemant and Positive Cure
to0 the Liquor tHabit.
It ni wi*\v gf 'r;illyv kilown and Ulder-
stouod that lrinknless. is it iise tIri and
not weakiin-ss. A body tiilled with ipoiso u
iand iiI'rve <-ms e inle'tely saitterebd by per-
o IidIual Ior constant 1IM' of intom iHnting
liiuiors. I-uiltes aind anlitidote capable of
ienuitrializinig an1d eradicaiting this spoison.
d d .stroiyivm the craving for intoxi-
atiits. Sifferves manIy now cure tihem-
slve- ;It iholime without publicity or I,."s
if tie fnltrom itisirie s bly this %onliderful
"'II lMEK I<(l.)Il) CI-*R.'' which ihas ibeen
t.-l-'fcted after Iiniy yearI oM f close st4i(rd
inIl treatmiielit ot inelriiates. Th'i faithful
1iI aIw''rd'lilntJ t'" dlir'ctions of tlhiis oiin-
di .-ftimldis-iovivy i.s, imsitively guKaranteed
to cur' lite limit iii-stilnat 'r'se. Ino allt-
ter hla\v ili' ;it irinlker. Ltir records
slil\) thi-. iin ir.'elolls tra81inst in a ion It
iliOiisiiidsI of tlrinlk.irdAS into .-i'r, in-
dustrioui and upright men.
'hi s r medy i in no dense a o truni but
is a spe-ific for this disease only, and is
)s skillfully devised and prepared that it
is thoroughly soluble and pleaat nt to
the taste. so that .i can t e given in .m
cup of tea or coffee without the kno.w-
lev d) of the person t1ik'n1 it. Thliusalnds
of Ilruinkard.s haIve cured theni-A.lves with
tJhis piri.->less remedy, and as many moire
have I -n'i vdir-d and Uide tenilVWralt'
inii bv lihaving tile "-C' RE" iinistii red
ly lhvi ig friends and relatives wit hout
tieir kf .io ldlge, iln coffme'e or tea. and lte-
lieve to.liay thathat that they discon tilnutll
drinking o4f their own free will. DO NOT
WAIT. DoI mit ie deluded by apparent
andli misleading *-imnprovenment." Drive
tinttilt d.p.. a m. at. ... i. tt in .. f.a s ill] time-.










Legal Notices.

AuLziad de&r B *esmmn-B~ des
Paragrapben 1965 de burgelichin
Ge Mtbuche und auf Antrag& d @ ecae
tMnwalts Wedekind so Altona al
Pfleger des Nachlamm des am 1. M
1842 mo Wedel, Behlewlg Holsteia, go-
borenen, durch Erkenutnis des Koenig-
lichen Amtagerlchta Abth. 8 su Altona
vom 16 Februar 1901 hunter Festatmuig
sinee Todeftagee auf den 1. Januar
1896 fuer tot erklaerten
Franz Dittmer Jochim Burmester
warden desen unbekannte Erben sur
Anmeldung ihrr Erbrechte bei dem
unteramichneten Amtagericht und bis
sum 1 April 1902 hiermit aufgefordert.
Der genannte Burimester oll im jahre
188.3 im Halifax Flume ertrunken sein
und aus der Ehe mit aeiner ihn ueber-
lebenden wittwe. weiche sich im Jahre
1887 wider verheirathet habem soil,
2 Kinder hinterlamen haben, von denen
dap eine in den Jahren 1885-1889 ver-
storben sein moll.
Altona. den 28 Oktober 1901
Koniglichee Amtsgericht Abth 2. C.
:2. C, vii 425, 01.

Ilxec.tow"s Noltee.
Having qualified as executor under the last
will and testament of Cornelia H. Murray. de-
ceased, all creditors. legatees, dl'trlbutes
and all persons having claims or demands
against her estate are hereby notified to
present their claims to the undersilgned
within two year? from date of this notice or
be barred.
Executor aforsaid,
Dated Daytona, Fla., Nov. 16. W101.


Grailinte of the A. T. Still Aniericani
*-klhool of ( )ste- lat hy.

loonsms 1 and 2, Atlantic Blo-k. Dalytona



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,"Savannah Line."



to New York. Boston and the East.

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.

THENCOE via Palatial Express Steamships from 8AVANSAH. Four
Conn tions withiNew York and Boston Ships On Sound Limes
All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules.
Write for general information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on
General Agent., Jacksonville, Fla. Agent, Daytona, Fla.
E. LzFEVRE, Manager. W. H. PLEASANTS, Traffl, Manager.
New Pier, 35 North River, New York. N. Y.





The Great Through Car Line from Florida--C natetions:
The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charlestoa, Richmond
E st and Washington.
E ast The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
est The Southern Ry. via Jessup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
The Louieville & Nashville via Moutgomery.
Ws The Southern Ry. viaSavannah, Columbia, Ashville
The'Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
ast Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
E*a t Via Savannah and Merchants aid Miners Transpor
station company for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and asaamern for New York, Baltimore
and Washington.

''o Key Went and Havana, via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company.
To Nova lcotia. Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada,
Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax. Hawkesbury and Charlottevtown.
Winter Tourist Tickets
will be on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern. Western and Southern Stated to
all Florida resorts, via the Plant Sy.stem during the season 1901, 1902, limited to
return until May 21st, with the liberal stop-over privileges in Florida.
Addremmes of parties in the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup-
plied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information as to rates, sleeping car nreervations, etc., call on, or write t
F. M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent. 138 West Bay St.. Jacksonville, Florida,
W. It. DENHAM, General Superintendent, B. W. WRENN, Pase.Trafc Man.,
Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga.

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Switch TllROIt(;I PILL1.MAN SLEEPERS. It im the Only Line Opera
Sl)ily Through Pullminn Car Servie betwee-n.lJi-ksonville and New Ork'

For fur tier information write to
S .A. (). MA' IM)NELL. A.. ;s.. 'n. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.
SIt. K. L.. LBINCH. (G-n. Pass. Agent. Portsmouth, Va.
* J. M. ARK.R First Vi.-Pri'nmid.ent and .Gen.'ral Manager, Portsmouth,

A.t druggists.
The Five-(ent packet is enourbi fior n ..,.i;.....- ...

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St. Louis ad

NOwrUeou!N4 IehedNlue Effective May 1. soa owa
No. 4 1 No. 2 No. 1 Ne
7:45 pm 7:25 amnLv ......4..Jacksonville (A. V. A W.)..........Ar 8:55 pm 84
11.05 pm 10:55 am Ar..............Vaidoa (A. V. & W.).............Lv 5:20 pmut
3:50 am 4:10 pm Ar Macon (G. 8. & F.)..............Lv 11:30 am
7.25 am 7:35 pm Ar Atlanta (C. of G.) Lv 8-00 am
100 pm 12:30 am Ar............Chattanooga (W.& A.)............Lv 4:05 am
5:55 pm 5:35 am Ar...........Nashville (N.C. & St. L.)...........Lv 10:55
3:25 am 7:24 pm Ar St. Louis (I. C.) Lv 8:36 an
7:25 pm 7:00 am Lv.......... Nahvillt (N. C. &. St. L.)...........Ar 8:35 pm
1:47 pm 12:10 pmnLv .Martin (1. C.) Ir 2:55 pm 1
10:50 am ............... Ar...................Chicago (. C.) v..............
7:30 pm 5:48 amiLv.............Nashville (L. & N.) tr 10:42 pm
12:50am 9:50 am1Ar Evansviile (L. &N.).............. Lv 6:35pm u kt
9:15 am 5:30 pliuAr...............Chicogo (C. & E. I:)...............Lv.11.05 am 71
No. 4-DIXIE kLYER, carin through Pulhnan Buffet Sleepers betwmn
sonville and St. Loui. i lang dies connections for all points in the Weus
Northwest. Through I;s ar n wrations made to Louisville, Ciucinasl
Chicago, only requiring toA4p from one car into another.
No. 2-DAY EX'P0I r s 4 e0monville to Atlanta, connecting
through sleeper Atlanta t a M. Logi and at Nashville with through
All correpondace propty amwsm and sleeping car berths neared.
glad to meet passengers at Depot In Jacteonville or my offle, 224 West ap
Dr)p me a line.
WALTKR HAWKmsH, Gen'l Agent Tramc Dpekutnent, Jacksonville, Fla.
,J. C. HAILE, General Pamenger Agent, Savannah, Oa.
E. H. HM.%xf, Traffic Manager, Savamba,


Western & Atlantic Rairad.




Carrying through Pullman Vestibuled Buffet Stlepers JaekonvilkU 4I
Louis without change. Choice of Routes.
For information relative to rates, schedule, etA'..or for sleeper reservations, writ l
C. E. HARMAN. Gen. Pass Agent. TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pa. AwAV
Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla,
H. F. SMITH. Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tenn.




Tri. Weekly Sailings
Calling at Charhston. S. ('.. ,oitbh ways.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lii,
l)irect Service between e
Calling at Chart11ton Both Wavys.
o thbo ........... ............................ From Lewis' W hbaf
NrrMU.nd ................ .......... frcm foot Catherine street, JaeUau

(Ik- ,ery lin. ll
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
BLUE SPRINGS and Int.rnilediute l.;iilins ,,n ST.. lt N NSIIVER.i f t.
STEAMER ity of Jacksonville,

Leaves Jacksoaville 3:30 p. m,, Sahdays, Tuesdays and Thur.da s
Leave sSasford 9:30 a m. a. mlays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Southbound, ,SkCEDI LE Nortl
Read down CHE L or
Leave3:30 pin.............................. ACKSON V I ................. ........ arrive 2d
8:45 pm .................................PA L. ................ .... ..... Leave
.3-0 0 a ..................................... lST O lt.......... .................... .... *
4: 0 am ............................ ..ST. FRA N 'I ..... ..................... .
......................... BERESFO)RD (I ,.A NI)) ............... 12
OO n.............. ..........BLUE S IN ........................114
Arrive :3 0 ain .............. .... .... ....N.... ...................... -' :




The Shortst Route.

T'li'e Bet Line.

Double Daily Service, Includ



Seaboard Air Line Ry

I had bteli troubled a year. off and on. with constipation, bil-
iousnems. and sick heladaches. Nothiiig seemed to do me any good.
One day a friend asked me what the trouble was. When I told
him h-. rtornmmended R-'I'P'AN-S Tabules. That eveningal got a
box. and after thie .e'-ond box I IhianI to feel so much relief that I
kept on with them. I have Ripati'; T"abukle always ill the house
noW .1111d 'arry a p:wkage of them in my pl'cket.

One given relief.

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