Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: December 21, 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: VID00415
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
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Preceded by: Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)

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g9sof I n ent-r, D. F. Morriaso, T4O

y. oarer, oft awks Park, was in
Ineaa wemdmar, and regsee a-
h @tI Hotel.
Lammse Mnimo west over to his
Stkmd a4lTerrilhi Monday. re-

5 i you wamt a nice lons dremi
Oshq hr terlas have yor order
asJ. L. Odm's neat maretD.

w l wou i ld m&he userw bet-

W. I tu is downa so~ r or a
|d@ *eat-A.- tlbe new boeeA the
*. Hew wi meurm Wo Carit-

Mr. aMd U amadl Corkra mmd teir
0"hasdm e n.Una am n thbe #m"of
OsVillaW Th. ir h.a me mbIs Pohl-.

Jae M. OMuM 9,the pri, has just
|th an%- very hambeom book-
b hor te Hotel Depad aad the

atI De the Fdorsida pasener

Mt ob y., was In to looking
r olbatee of his red last Fri-
day.
eha AdOm, a m &pr~nb man of tL
ammeaI _yhis wise, isghs-
am&& a WtOhd's Vlla ar t seasoM
Mr. 4 Mn. Adams sept water at
batospli years ago.
m~fls*, Oristwasa@t

-r. I-, w BW 3 eed arrived
tm eme Minn., Taeday veytang
wo w i t thecot-
a g-*O Mr. Red
beha Haage ii

aBewsealeat stock of table Buses

At taseaied e of the Soathtern M.
.obh, hed atS LUe Oak this week,
bar. Patme was tra*Gm red to Wille-
tesa, ad Wev. W. A. Myews, of Apopka,
b his b be.R Bev. Myers wi
pamm ast asmo in Daytona to-
"gfow at elves o'clock. .
.- rlagao hma eons handsome
AIk-al rqam pmues which
.4,Ch5 ItmBs presented for
lM-t *-ae worth e .50. He
abe ha af tlie of freamns, mouldW
an Nho im hestslingeayour

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faor hatw ast Nb.


xACKMI kha achi e Florida fruits,
df %vwima,fttsl bftable for bdW-
a mpsumtee iae of coahctioaur3,
ase dateb -mb Age, %l fruat,


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Mbfmi, the gwes btftrah&vd
of* I rsbuftlbobykes' a

The = m beopeaon ChrisI
amtrm en Nw Yfob 4o a.Pn.

WVMO. LA.DO.Igim, theanlhmsr, hMs
deo astIoofnfe ow ahrtrinumiags imi
ftw..CanlmdWonham.
W.. ILAlgerof IElm, Muih., in as
Schmidt's ::o. Mr. -*1gw i.& "


WMlorriens. the groer, ha ist m
ieeldoa bele o a acy cobtlomery.



e4ledat6hPois ftheaggeon'. I
MNiver Boa aO some handsome
rauttachaies dgk. They make
uss md bemutu Chrisema present.
J. C. Kaofma. of Chivago, ivoae of
thelet areiris at chMidt'. Vila. Hq
wil mmnA the greater part tOhe a
son.
.Ms ke.at certainly has a vTey ft
dsply of goodthings hWor the holiday
Be sure to call on him. Everything a5fr

A. L Woods. chie decrk of the Bvmk-
ere, at Palm Beach, stopped of at Day4
tons a few days thisweek ea route from
the North.
TbheGasOrr-Nsw is on ale atClark's
and Barn"m' news stad v ry week. It
is also ona te in all the leading hotels
throughqt the state.
-Gemham had ry* bread at the

Mr. a i Mr, C. 0. Jackson, of ja wp,
N. Y., who for evral year baive bt
speadig their wtnters in Jackaourills
will spedthis eason Ina Daytonam Tbhe-
are guests of the Paltto.
-rOsee the exquisite lise of )jewry at
Gille's Drugstore.
August Schmidt will return from Stet-
eon Univerty today, and assume
charW it *ose1 hi nM lather's hotel.
He will Mt to DeLand in April or
Mayto ghA oreal w bad will grad.

I telk of ladie'ft, lking skirts
expected at HIrW ..
QOn of indulged

from th and one of tb
wound up ia Mdway, while the other
kdom a# the seath canal. The ha1-
mowa qui t badly wuehed.
a See carrigm paltatin u o to
lbthe Hal Wagon Works.
W. C. Sehults stopped of at Daytona,
Wednesday, on his way home to Fon do
Lac, Wis., from the Isle of Pinew: He is
ery much pleased with the islsad and
will endeavor to inerest some of hb
feads in the company that some of our
loeal msMt are at theJead of.
W'Met '"mo at Moore Bro. '
Mayor 1.' and Mam. H. L
Koeherspeger and Adam hamts wep
over from -'taytona Wednesday and
Thursday. Mr. Behants is the DMn,
Ohio, g'ntlema who has just put in a
i" electric light and ice plant at Dayrs
to p.and is putting out lote of money
at plate .He ws Mlooking qvr tQh
station here wit a view to connectin
Daytona aad DNLnd with aa electric
road. Our citizens will give them 4eir
hearty co-operativ in m rk an apteprise.
--DeLand Record.
Jewelrysold at Gillse' DrWoreis
guarmatsed by the manmimataerm
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46lsw 4atma show at Hmrs
TO il:*. R sto *$k Of'W 10603.KDeed's Im tatimerryma

own@~ goolk me G* be3. A. Briskm. was ovr from NIm

l~kqftA-iW s b A*& S -@1SA wm t-a lWokat Moore Bros.

webe"aY b ~WmOw ueamisi 01oaw anll.,a
W-IN",?
~ dwmer,~ permgimj Whmat Ubys r sale..
w~'e, sa6a ?A m.,i t 3. Wubma.
atwoLkOne* of JmhemnvWis-mm on.of. the
Dineps., th1-hmhl hm endmed tv-. ihaleatthe Debplamd
inwjli gsem basr "mks odear W-f.L1 sm h:sl ishnsm
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~ gon forinDron md-aw mmd3ks
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IL bsia i at.L at
Wr. Dasa, ot lt. Loh aad Wia.
B. lesan, Jr.. of Jakaonevfle, arrived
last Satrday and -the t et of the
Dopland.
Mn" J. A. lugina., the mWImr,
basj ee swived a aew lis of aw hat .
Don't kA tosaia adMlA athequibte

We desretocallattatiom to the ad.
olt*eMdreTimdwir Ma. The okN is
In the Up4o-Dat barber shop, where
orderm maybe hft.
Miss oa&dad arrived from Vermost
mPrFrm arad esaples- a postiao as
melady at Moore Broa.' sto. She is
a peter 61 Mrs. C. L. Heston.


The tolowitg ladies are as sti dur.
beg th houday Meb at J.I HWIe *s0re:
A tr. Be Ms. We Jey Johaeon, a
the Miss Ags Wieking, mtas. Yan-
dergriaffa"adEght.
.0 oeo. H. Clark hm just Weeied an
ehae amemortet of gmu sgoMd.
plated oe for the holiday trade; alo
old ed nktaande for getMmma'se

Charies T.Stsre ad hitter, MI L
E. Stern, accoupaied by Miss M..
Muligan, arited from Newpoet, B. I.,
Monday, ad am quasterd at e of the
Carson cottages, on Ridgewood.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. mimpson, of Jersey
City, N. J., are at the Palmetto fr a
short stay. They are on their way to
.1m, *hMr they wl iMa bfor
awhile sad them weteam to Daytona.
Mis F. G. Feaster, and poes MKis
Coward, arrived from hkhemad. 8. C.,
Monday and are domielted at es
Feastrs eonage on Ridpwood. They
take their mnsal at Mie Ho e .
The Coe-Carieb Comedy Company
fmeent d "Married for Money" to a fair
*ised crowd at the Opera House Mon-
day evening. The satertaminmet was
very good and held the attention of the
audience from beginning to end.
IThe aew aovdele stel y bhod make
a nie Xmam gNt-youm a had a nke
7ta at Clark's.
oeal deoBail hbas beenpainsd,
reovatd ad greatly improved under
the dhe.oa of Mayor Ludwig. To
prospective guests we wl stat that
Daytona now has as -ood jail ascommo-
dations as aapAown ui the 8tate.
Mr. and Mrs. C. & Weeden. of Jame-
town. I.. arrived this week aud hve
td iOne el Dr. Jenee Braushh otfage
on Third avease. Mr. Weeden is peusl-
dent and general manager of the New-
port & Jamestown Ferry Company. He
also ruan a sarge hotel n th summer
seaon.
o.Chales L. miath. of olteona,



DySj. Mr. ie m advosat of
ofta Boomi a-of I a -OI't

H1m 4aZg-7.voted
l~mWe e. nemtpqr em. M is.e. .
oby "Is a0* 9 at ke



[ ILJ e work CAMM oa Kost &t
Owinn a.the painters adpaper hagers.


If a sam Vatp your trade he is oiaf
to sgie yqaTm vltstioa to emn on him,
.aadj M w .0 sotemd this ainita-
tms the geMne poablio is by adver-
MftBts tevaps-s. -fa meacmt does
wot s modmlg f6r your trade to ex-
J.M4 s h am i itation he dos m ot
desem1 that trade. Just look over the
cohnums of the GAZaTTm-NM and m
A*bol gri 'na you to Ao, If yoe ae
an ad. in the paper you may know that
man is speaking to you, and be is the
one that should receive your patronage.
gFLesVb chocolate candy at T-Pot
Grocery from 20 cents to 50 centa per
pound.


"M. a bbx d A e. C. C. Bnmr '

MeG the paper ha gw, is doing
o fe* work In paper the, md&mm.
of G. --umoy
WSahet mom toilet articles from the
lawg stock at J. M. Jome. Fountala
Cty rPainacy.
A. F. Morriso wa over to hs larm
at irbrville last week, and earned
with a lod of vegetables.
aBita C mW' lBeamdartwre ha.
dt aIt ueneas ai sIver, old and china
or ay m*e looking ffor gift.
Mrs. I. I. Goliath, ad Adam UGod-
mith, o tm am N. .. ame at the
Aid-wood or the sam
inomeerswo reb es of the war
betwea the Stats, cost the government
M O. a iw or sale at Hl'N lor $1.50.
WMrs. EL Moone ho bes. getting
so am goods tis week and asks the
ltdins to e l ad aM thrm; rbbons. mi1ka.
Vlveo sad moutin hat..
SFioe line of Jewelry and
sfvqerware suithblI for
Chritman oft.
"Mrrm & Sos.
We called at ackensie's yesterday
mat foad a very beautiful display of
hoMdaygoods. He h a e.speesayftw
ae of novettles, frutte and confectionery.
A. W. Edes, chief lerk of the Colonial
Hotel, at Nassa, stopped o1 here a lew
days tis week, oa his way to his win-
ter's work. Mr. Edes is eomaeted with
the Oean aide Hotel, at Magnolia,
Maw., ta the summermason.
I f you want chow of Christman
goods at Moore's now is the time.
Thiq is the way business is done in
Daytoma. On Monday of last week
&8.. Gove bought a lot; on Wednesday
he sold Mid lot at a proft. On the same
ay he bought a asthz a lach, ad on
iday be sold it. The way to do any-
thing i to do it.
WMakd aXmas present of a bottle
of perfumery baght of Dr. J. M. Jones, I
Fouafta City Pharmacy.
The Knight. of Honor at their last
meeting elected the following officer for
the enWstng term: D.-(eo. F. Smith;
V. D.-O. W. Steeas; A. D.-Charles
Wethes; .-W. W. Carter,. F. R.-W.
M. Moore Tnas,-W. H. Kdmoundonm
Chaplain-C. M. Bingham. Jr.: uide-
J. Polets; eardtan-J. MrColium;
Senttiel-J.Rowe; ft. P. D.-C. F. Harris.
RI'Try the Domestic Raker' a -nt,
cream loaf. Volueia avenue
Rev. J. B. Hawk has been inviti-d by
the Fle Masons, of Melbourne, to1 de-
livera Masonie addrMs in Educational
Hall, Melbourne, St. John's Day, Friday,
December 27, on the occasion of public
installation of officers of Melbourne
Lodge. Free and Accepted Masone. Mr.
Hawk will return Saturday and deliver
a eern-on in his own church Sunday,
the -9th, to the Masons of this city
rPleans the girls and boys by giving
them a kodak for Xmas. Harris has
them for sale, also Eastman kodak
gepplips. Rtudio Peeck Block, 'phone 91.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Trueblood
will give an evening' entertainment
Friday evening, December 27, at the
IDaytona opera boame. Mr. Trueblood
is Protesor of Oratory in Michigan
UniverIty, and Mrs. Trueblood is in-
strouctor in oratory and elocution in J.
B. Steteon University at DeLand. Thi.
will be one of the greatest threats of the
ason and none should fail to avail
themselves of this opportmiiv.


Meadames Higgins and Balcomn gave a
reception to about 125 friend, at the
Hotel feopland Wednesday afternoon.
The parlors and dining room of the
hotel were beautifully decorated with
l owers and enas. and the ladies spent a
a very enjoyable afternoon. efresh-
ments, consisting of chicken salad, to.
mato sandwiches, euumber sandwihes.
stuaed olives, alted almonds, ie cream.
bon born and diesother deliaciss wre
served. Miss Evelyn Clark ftrnisahd the
music for the oeccaon.
S. Toys in endless variety
W"for the little olks.


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The Larwest and Most (Comple.te Stock
of Drugmi in b1'o res-eriptiofla coln-
jpounde.d by Iegisiterwdi Parrnucist onl~y.


W ~PoPrfumemp and Toilet Articlos.'W
j ~TRY OU'R PINE TAIL COUGIIHBA LSAM-25 cent. a bottle.
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iri.stin its liinner. We have
s; hre amr a ew of them:
ruit cauk, live o'clock te4,.
irts and ornne wafers.

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Daytona, Florida.

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/0 just reweive a fresh lisp of fanuyv irake
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butter thin, dainty minuett~.m, cherry t

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16 lFwm r O. is mand sets, bitters and ampstmugs,-, J IUMWA, VLGN.D


jfff- adimmer 8%see, silver auplaid vow a ."'.
udsw~ ustus. ~ 35.a andfor]s, tabspo, -sm
,w~r'w ~ ~"MsuArseUs, better Wvhaft "
ft" a g Psbffie 0000, f prems she'butioners, ec. As lIt~ .Vv*i &&FL k-* U2)m
1wf.M.W us eami Ch Matesr.ibrOt NeWA aulog tismetill k, -arunmw i -ed~
oepbuoy that It we are th* be'itzm~fo. 1___a,______M" 7a
Dec. e, todieposing of- these good& t~li~flibli
Sul f~e DSC1 2. Lin be poldcheap. C astIs met comaWW ed. OM W A a, me. of a ra Iy- iNO L
IOwe ane giviat YOU the hbeft i "ib09l4
~~~~~this great salt Just at- a time w.. jg---r--.,
S~~~~~~east etausralif t tra~tWuyz.-ymu mst
ROt.you will be the leVVrZyq ,
to atUedtaG Ummm.t at Jack- TIhe Ig b M sy mbon1 it to"akEaastftv of wt.,'I~vs* (ev iNo Bad v.'W W fo-
JwYm N h Oiwm .essuden M osale Is gdair ow5- ey. af tttch'I* 1 t .6 mdms a
~TWOm1 evening. A very wm our store will be sod at some rd
C 6Is 1t hein Jst am ea S 0 PU L Lie, s yo wlll do well to keep m e s
-~~ he Ig@ W eL~yght ye omor prices am our hariwfa
and plain white crockery. We meow
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sbs otlsAuG t "zcdme ntrey.I D-S Ped1
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bwle8- 'kU %Aak" IAm PbOiH L NN69* ^ F UU14UI
knowIt. Jt your G ph.
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of bNsdU.s1L.' 61w6usYOUhowilng EQIt33 Palm.$s


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-E M 4mw Ia Mw- rnat heUrND urnpyb WHOm piauir no* w yeWn ii m-MRmff~wiu t VI!MIEAM.,Ruu,
~. I~ur's Bu Woiwius lameb i3.fenIo1Uqthe wwooss@4d. PIIv*, ?15 CwuD. Dr. J. U.''
An&" Idea; she ais bl&bout awrcoft

On d swaw tdhne to nouAnOfust ~v" am ~t"he MOWVIPry w ticto ph"I -h~'
don,- M Isa.Ty were n the0 e ~u: 1ir active Jos, KWE, l 106,, ie ftesmf. W111 choo hft fin
UMJ.*=emftL maawoI& Uahy. =Ok O=%I*V a. owPouuq WUE apiru'gPlansm. AgM 9M
e~,a Ifmiag wbwSoc&A htaft old hem ba in e o Jp, an hOuspAvnimor. .yasV
hum, and VabInd mme mmum
brim co b~Ve~s~mw~a id byhg t b atgep h t 1
s~eulteof f AU~fimLeture bssme was Juhxg.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tepw utmVIihth g.p~'.C. nJqq.3 08- Swum nand flot Wuter Nestling. P"a*Wliie1 ~~ S1teO
:a *~rWhnM Zae. Ex 3 ~~wg-tinaues Furnishted. Work Gaustraed
2we Cab ajlearme to meet January see oE~~.aou Ro~,I 1
*the c- -- Iw
publc.. m ive a lE~Jlg~ egmfV
ptyat the Opera House .
____- it meeing f th ~worth $5.80.
On Ma 4 bep will ap .00 Ade "mWected'
no hw MRb AIMIM he y
~ceummM -
LAndrewyit. Uctemeil, educational C2060V SSW001 if uum6
s ~lecture;Ja& G. Camp, humerov. ~d CALL ON TH E
INapa t od-eiicadownal; Ralph Bingham' hu- -nata' sir
-~ ~ morcusandMusilcal; Quaker *ale Dyoa~om~un'
"game watoo to OWN& h.d
hsitit i'tbml astuslnstru t l;~a~
~~d. metal; Prof. W. J. Clarke. liquid airev
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Ludwig, or ivra some.s0111. Eier
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ao It next spring and it is expected T
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-- bg de& w- out of on;jlemded guilty; winter... The hotel will be- catedo Ta O FA.L. 'Proprietor.
asi Mane or iight beside sta, ne...warw ljaeral.
Car m alms end W. i. Jpri, .atcpate& that O c in the Lp4.J ptt lrbershop. T 1:*.
kmftagqmout of Season; found out w wing to itb q gbtful climate oft
ICc.-- -dhL- 3i *U.dt. thesland e ofand the medicinal advan l PtAttent
SMs M evels mad Moen Coh en. trpa stages of the spring, the hotel will do
am.omart mainnatf property. a large besaless. It lte will cost between
01_MAaon Eva Mosae, impalb want of S,000 saMWWand SHI bg con- Moing AtSpeeUty.
och1tise; weaind jury sad &Wcoat c ouw ddcted afte r BA e style. t will j,..
a *mmnplt, 6 a- be str:ctil$g dC IAO .11,IV
S peipert4; sedkt of guilty; $20 or 4' a coopet e botl. man. A ming -lo,
days. pool will alehah.bahlt near the hotel ConMer.Ulgwoed 4 anS" .. 19 o,; n 1 es N,.w hma-nts.; w.ll tight.edf ,' m-
Wetid heO jur i the WQ1U000s ae so that the guests may bathe In the baths: electric lights. E %,- j For rates add rp Ms,
e t med above, the following srved: J- waters of the spring.
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hi rattler mawlm attess my chest.
e tay tfr a moment fascausted. oher
sr straek. watching tbe sinnoMacwres
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Tbhe he quietly reached for his bl
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tioes head. and be moved nearer. oobse
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ame ert oo my part that should pre-
cipitate the w thing e e dreaded. sad
thea he saw that it was not a make at
al--ely the black and yellow stripe of
my hbiaket. whlk e ntly rope ad fell
a I breathed. Had be Ared-well. It
m it have been had for me. for he
e088e-d that his land bookk"

Many er the aegro superstltiOS to
tmtcky are quite Interesting. An
id phllanspher told me with great
gravity: "-I yes want peppabs to Trow.
yie mu git mad. My old 'omnaa an
e had a spat. an 1 went right out
as plated my peppat. an they come
ght p." Still another saying Is that
vqwnerto prosper must be planted
by a edamined by a tau empe v
The wegro ale ays that one evere
ag a jiabitd on Priday. for the bird
vWi his satanic majesty to pack kin-
an that day. The three at es
to whleh estea place Implicit trt
we the well known onee of the growud
6@' appearig above ground on the
I of Phwmwry. that a hoe must not be
a ted though a house or a death will
Ie Im th dark of the mo0e as well a
d. o PaI that h ea d I. tbe r tund
*d that eou must be planted ts the
ofht of thea -oo.

The mest eeemurte etlee of a e e'-
rea wa Ld outbey' cool ar-
S- inet f ak Ide by means of a
imll. He had w magealeat om
uut in the drawta room of his
ba- w i the Rue du La embourg at
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Th Deft a i mel ans-of-war. Iger d Naishms de am 1. M rs
qw ayavW N.. o eok anbr enen. dub-h Erkeatnu des lKoe*-
Prime. One day a mesa cook for liahen Amtsgericbts Abth. 8 zu Altons, a
-u rea- snceased about a ueck of o^w 16 Februar 1901 hunter FestetsMung O l
Ialves sa M rk on e gun deck. and. atiMe Todeetagee auf den 1. January P l
being sddenly called away and not 198 fuer tot crklacrten
wish1bl to spend tlne to go to the Franz Dittmer Jochim B rte Suffer
galley. be elwad the mes pot full of warden dessen unbekannte Erlen sur,
k mves ed fb and stuck It in the Anmeldunog ibrer Ebrehte tbi demn
mausle of the ten Ineb gun. potting the autermicbneten Ahm bicht und bia fra
tamplos to after It. nm IApril 1002 hiprui, nufg efo.dert.I D Is
oa a r afterward te adm l De genannte Burmester soill im jabre Dieased
About nr afterward te a1885 i Halifax Flue ertruen win
false hoTal. sad as the gun wa* und mum der Ehe wit iner ihn ueber- L i e
sad with at eantridge they Mard i lmenden wittve. elche sich im Jahre L V *
I to are a amlaie. 1887 wieder verheirtlhet hahem soil,
It happeeard that the gam was ahed 2 Kinder hinterlasoen habea. Ton epnen
toward the town. and almost point daseinein den Jahren 1885-188& I %r- --- --
bMank at the O|ind oteL The guests storbe: s in slol.
0bW sonthe pch ebto the Altona. den 28 Oktober 1901
~i~ ~~wam e we sabtled Koniglicbes Amntegerk-ht Abtb 2., C.
ertea ft woe m wan.e at ted C, v 42 m. i Ol c A 1
wh m pmtIe e" w alb V wal-Mls.-M
iQ um a aaporcupe. I car Wora Notice.
tu sew a ir ho,- ur. l na-ntqu tlltfed Pn exentor : trhe lhut
Ptater we- a 1 Onar W s- will and testamert of Cornella Murrev..de-
ttMi th6cwr e 814 nT narrow !ceimed. all crreditors.. le.tee. di|t-*ite;
Itnd plrl ro:P avIiner eaim.or Cle*naidq
ailnt rhor e tate are hereby not d5d to
present their el"Im" to the iruderlrndC
vglw Ct e mease c0ometo 3 ** so. nitkin two year from date of tbi ot.ree or
The story of bow the mistletoe gets b arred. 1. yORETo-' %Tr'RRAY.
an te trys s a mot Interesting one. I otzvO aforiuld. l
Covering the mistletoe twigs are pearly Dated Da tonna. Fia No1. 14 1
white berries. These come In the win- i ------ t
to iawa. wbm stood is emoparatlvely !
*anre. and hence msene of our birds A
eat theo feell. Now. when a robin OSTPA .
eats a cherry be allowss simply the i
mfat al. dips the ston away. Thr
seed of the mistletne the bird cannot
Wl. It Is sticky and hold to his bilL DaytOfna
His only resource Is to wipe It off. and
be does so. leaving It sticking to the --I
branches of the tree no wbb bo h -
sitting at Mte time. i Room. 1 and 2. Atlantu' Elock, Daytona
This seed sprouts after a time, and.
sat *"ant efthb-wbIL ae. idd. i
aneetrM babit has made It ese want- .Offie hours: 9 to 11:80 a. n.. 1 to 8:30.
mag-It sinks Its tools Into the bark of
the tre and bnts tber te for the pipes lorida to New
tat earry te sap. Now, the ap nlu C1 n I tonFRE EP 7
the bark Is the very ricbest in tbe tree, tn tauon r
far richer than that In the wool.eand Shor.t Re
the mistletoe gets from Its boat the
hoeiest of fee With a strange fore- THEN0B via Palatla
sIght it does not throw Its leaves away. -. AILINGS LAgH
aM ft mast paradtMa, bat keeps them
to s In winter. when the tree Is lef- A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. Onctiona with
less.- Profesor 8. C. Schbmcker In AU tiketaent anI
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V Through tickets to New York, Philadelphia.
New Haven, New London, Stomugtom,
Providence. Fall River, Boston and
NORTHERN POINTS


at rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Threesteamer
trains'every Thursday, leaving'Jacksonville as follows:
Via the Sea Islands....................10:10 a. m. (Metropolitan Limited.)
VaPlsnt System......................... 3:15 p.m.
Via Seabord Air Line.............: 7:40 p.m. (Fast Mail.)
Paiengerrs leave Daytona 5:29 am and
3:22 pm, making close connections.
For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservations,"'tickets, etc.. address


S ... T ,-7 7 A -4- 2"20 West Bay Street, t
f A. W. PYE, Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.
(e;. II. Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fla. :

NASHV -LE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Fly

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rved with arutintle skill. th e -' WALTER TIAWKINS, J W. WII,KIN; \,
i -KB meted steeL Preparing fr Tb make a brilliant black varnhb bythe use of powders, *.1 ga.ses, in- tS We..PLEaA.TS.Trkoi Managr.
his lordship had bin hair eft for broase make a bath of equal parts _haler and drugs i_ n pau- efo.... Ter E. Ls'EVRE, v---er.W..L.oTih Rivr, NEaw York, N Y. n .
n and..clothed I.sa robe of wte .ofntrate of silver and trateoC. p t9 Pier,3Noth River, fn.w York Y.
ratc to tpcru.ag them to --op------- --o-- |
I kaeleu "Md tpes the p rm per. Dip the articles to treated ,Int.oTh; wf .'daghatit uraik oien thd bk'id. ___te ormn e__v__in__'ser__..
t h talf "ere a a rrr sad tbis mqhuld ead amow them to rermi haveentirely eaten away the same mem-
iigaitg wheh.MM.Ms M fnw r aemp as, UpM nwitMrawal brane, that their makers hlw ahoed to l A l YSTI fl
tl But th e spring Mlutd to bret them orer the ame of an alcohol i cu,,., while p.t. and ;..nt.-. .A cannot t
iage&SM the would be saicide decided lamp until the black potla color has reach the diwaw. An old nii mp rie. -d ,
to tetbe guillotl e to a museum In- t aes reahebd, practitiontr who hat sor nium.y oyeaTLt
s Jop* P. a seoudattemptto made a close tudy antd pecialty of tiheI The Gat 'iThrough Car Line from Fl rida-C. .,..m :
Sed his r. It Is od thattiai .4 Ni. Waste We. Pow.. re Htment i.. ;talrt. L,tr t lt Itltpe:. ThAtlanticC- t Line, via th.-l'n, Richmond
a. etrn hu .e. t lg m ae uai .toe to met oU Woa he bawr" sbe asked *e l cted a Treatment; whib.. .h",n faithfully TO TiHE 4 st awLd W"n hiigt4n.
am antol pitgriaage to see the gls werly at the breakfast table, for he need, not only relies t ..at e, .but per- d M 't T. (.n.: .ern lailway, riot avarlh. Columbia nd
toe U.I l. -d of h"i- .I.. abd ben out late the night before andI manently cures % arrlth. b" stmovin R WMiit."
Sof a childao.... ae she bad not yet forlgven blm. the cause, stopping the di'harge1, oi"d T Th* Southern Ry. vun Jessnp, Atlant:i and Chatta'go
; .*i- :- i.v iouk of tcnr ,*I think." b e replied meekly. that1 I e- na n a fi t umation. It i actu TO TBE St th i Ahil
,.df;.--i...: ; .*- nt- ouaibilty rest. woMld appreciate a geoial mile and a reaches the dff sted parts. This wonder- The Mobile &. Oti R. R. via Montgomehiry. i
'. ;. .* ri ~ lw paremts.- pleasant word about as ouch as any- fnl rem edy i known a Mile rr-. ia the mtg .
.'" *... "1.t"n."-E. ,CIDg. ...... n.. xAANTEsCATAKHC -' itld n --anh and 0,.#.,.nO"" n St-.an-.hip 0ompsaly for
_at t het e trnyO low price of One VInlmrt.o TO TE E(aeqnka i "4TOPhilad liTEE... .--aftu t..
-ac-n--- -taini-ig- internal and x- aM ah and .rhte :it r Mer Transpor
.Atlantic, Valdosta & W western R.y. -teh ste ttufi ron. nwpany or l.tI < i, t ,r
treatmenL and everyt .i n .ces.ary tiViaNorfolk:. ,, .. York, Daltimor.
-DIXIE FLYER ROUTE' ,, its p ""er f ut. and Washintiz..
ody MstITraE F sinvi Uito b* "iN!FFLES" i th 0.:y p. rft To Key West and Havana., ia ininasu!n, s **l4t ..-.1itl S.' :-v:Ihi'p Company.
Oaly amaT Ttrmab r Jhmd v t -Wt. Catarrh Cur- ever mad. anti in u.w U re- rnNova Scotia, Cape Breton ran Prn.n EKIA -ad- I-la n-I .tI wmtni and Canada,
.o. 4 ~..m No 3.... ogsai~did as tih only u aiu:, i, It' 4tlantic and Plant tcarnnhip liw for nal:fax. Ilawki-burv and 1arlotteotown.
No.2 No. 4 stations No. 3 No. 1 eurne for that a.n',y:r'g; and di in-"n ..- -
-o.ftal ......... 7:45. pmu Lv...........Ja-keonnille ........Ar, 8:55 am......... :f*5 pm di-e-aw-. Itu: -al, inaui.nati qu;:y 'Winter Totrit Tickets
10:55 am ....11.05 pmt Ar...............Valdoita..........Lv 5:35 am.......... 5:20 pm and perm.aneuly and i a l .onrflhot thy Wi n ter TouriStn. W.- etrn a Sonhra 8tatse to
4:10 pm.......... 3:50 am Ar...............Macon...............Lv 12:45 am.........11:30 ad qui .. to iee Iay I evCr or ld i in lle Florida al throughout the aNorthern .ste rn. te-, W'on 1 I. .. limited to
7.45 pam......... 7 m Ar...........Atlatno............. Lv 9:00 pm......... 8 0 am e t: hn nlected often leads to return until SMay 21st. with the liberall sop-over privil.es in ':orijA.
040 am......... 6:00 pm Ar...........Chattao. t .........v :00 p3m"......... 3 ......3. m up .*:: ., r"te tvilI Addrel of parties in the North sen to he nuudernignd wvil be liberally sup-
4 am......... 6:~5o pm ~Arr.............Narille..............Lv 5:.1 am......... :" pm p o oo- o e i pld with all information and handsome adreriir matter.
1:01 pm.........110 pm Ar Wartin.............Lv 5:15 aim......... 3:47 p.m you ue at once. .t is no rdh arl For information t rar t sepinst r r. T:4 pim......... 6:52 am Ar.............S4t. Loui.............Lr 10:15 pm......... 8:36 tm mreedy. but a complete tre patient whieI F JOLLY. bivison Pasto erAr A st; 1 W, it rlir .. .1 l -.le, Florida,
AaI" .F M.JOLLY.. vision an Agi....138"n--t.UrrrI.'-"""f e .. .. ,lor.da,
10" am Ar .hicayo Lv 6:10 opm o aD sru tag if .use a ord*at W. DENHAM, General Superintendei, B. W. Wi .... Traffic Ma.,
IMe pe....... ..0 am Ar...........Ioamlville......-......Lv -8:00 au ......... 2:35 pm t dirctio which c y eac? Savanna. Ga. 0. ..sranab, Ga.
4:15 pum..... :26 am Ar............Ci nati...........Lv 11:15 pma.........110. am pakage. Don't delay but s..d for it at-
15 am Ar...........Chcago.......... .... 7:t04 pm.................... n, and Iwrt fuI particular s to ... ********s
-- our eondit:on, an. you wiul receive
No. 4-Die Flyer-Carrie Pullman Drawin Room ,Buffett sleeping Carp. s!alie fit oerer rf ti Seaboard 'ir Li ne ?A
JIsoianive to St. Loui. without chan.g. making dimrt connection at Nashville without te.0tPyo rrond the re .ula abr Ir ii.
with dPng cans for Louisville, Cincinnati and Chicago. Only tbiu at following ^th o-. I. .'.I ..I.. ribt .. ..d Ae. e9
A. V. W. stations: Crawford. Baxter and Fargo. Through coachess between .price' o m l., r.u CAPIT ITY ROUiTE
Jacksorville and Macon. Catar e." an thTE
No. S-4Day Expnrew-4tol at all A. V. & W. lo.al station. Makei direct co ,seat repair to a. a a nyci o* o Ttehe -hortest Route.
Itions for all point. Wet and Nrthwest, ria both Cordele and Mason. uitew at.4 H.,Eawor a ada,.,-. l, ..... t
Connectiow made at Jacksonville with all northbound trains of tho Seeboard lo Ad o ev 2 at d a e. kJW l mt Line
ir Lime sd Florida Eaet Coast Rw. ... tts" Rh COMPAN,;1330Iad 28;_
E. H. BARNES, Gen. Sup't &.D. PICKETT, Gen. Pas. ,A....... .u .i..
p-- .^ -r.. THE HOME GOLD CURE. 9 DAILP 6 "s
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C haIteau de Speer W ines 4ta.y n sa SAANNAH, O 1'!.1iA, s CAIDEN, OUT1ERN PiN., P.1. P MOND,
I :*Lt- A V ANN.A R


,of Paamaic. N. Vin~eyards:


N. oxiusDos"s. N. Weakoubg @ftbsm
Na.%.-A int md1t.. I* CU


temWlrW eRival the W orld i Exce]oellence. -- *" l *-* ......
Tu W- s R i v t h- e Wo ld_ I. i- now g-nerom. known and uuder-
S T._rs .by .y tt 0.my weare aW frequent raC ing ,todi that i tjnkenee*,i, a disease a ud
1 l6 r cellars as is done with the Chateau Win:.s in France. not wt akness. A body flilU. with poison
Si 4 4 1d nerr. ,:ompletely shattered by per-
Sh Chateau con iodical or constintn ue oi intiicating
trains a limiLed sup. li iiuo. rivqui:.- ad antidote capable ot
p lyof Private Stock nl detroyina the craving for i'hii-
SPrt nineteen years cinti.. iuffe.rer ,niay nowv ..re them.
Sold, besides "Bur- twlves at home without publicity or lob
g ndy andClaitt of "if ti* "f:'ni blsoinnes .i t.l.: x',inderiul
MF; i,)i.I) Rt' Which h.:- 1-., .
bearlythesamoage. rf.1. The Speer Port, ixinl th .kat ,' ent flll i; of'-ii u i*. li" inl P ilil
however, nineytars w4 -n s-r. iu, to.t'. ) o' t:,..- woL-
Sold .1asm well as ,t-riu l di., v, y 4 is it., i.-ty s raute-d
th B gud ay ,,ure the mo. iLt otinatoe cae..&; ri.cst-
he 1"g u ter how hlattd dri r k.' t i r.->. r ,.'
Claret and Sherry: t aow the in arvelPoui trandtsnriveati -ia f
are high cla s wines. thlu.tP.,I o4f lDrunkard, into thnr, i.-
The *Climax du.striou an,-.upr.ghtt men.'
Brandy is S8 years WIVES 'lr 4t iUR HFe A b )Si't:
old.Allarepreferred CIIIo.l RiZ Ni ipotE YoiR C. flIEk :'
wherekuowniby the hp rtenlIndy Its in ') eise ta tno.trini but
Medical po ony P ua a h Ioite for th 1 di:- se o ix. A ti is
sI .ro g oVn s0 ekilitully devirdJ t:.d p Vir.-., that it
S peri"r to-aany in tisomuiely .oub! anaij pitfla''t :.
XSthat cani ehad, er th, taste. thatht it can be gi.en i i
their excelleteffect upon the system when used by iavalads.the weak.y -up of tea tor -cffee withot tae kno '
and aget s and in general family use rthern New Jersey ma le. of tithe pc,e.an tk.nt *i" lousIaude
Z-& "-- cf lo uukardh. h: 'dtun t.'.a;, & '. tith
dimm .. m a'ils a sm ira sPWDaer t.lagrapefor Port this pri.'el.e. re::tc, .., ,'-, ,e. :1.tu.u mer@
wie. It is the same kind of soil as to Portugal Speer's winery and hae ~ en cured aid n j li emtniperre
ygysrdsare *elly Port grape vinevardsan the United States; only ,fe4en vy haing rthe -CURE" ':,.imnist.-red
tiat culttvate the real Port Wine grape ot Portugal ; whale it loving friends and relutivet without'
ocer wines or mixtures called port are made wi.hotut a single Oporto 'the-ir sa.e, sdg in coaee or t-.. nd be.*-
gape in them. Mr. Speer is the first and only one who imported the drinking of thwar own free will. D1 .NOT
vises and acclimated the reai Port wine grape vines of Portugal. WAi F. Lio not Ite ;eluded by awl. ) nt
Ippestbthbousmands of dollars as a hobby to abee what hecould do toward and nit.a.inim. -inc proveent. Lrive
these Potugal vines here. It took ei2ht years for them out the dia.- *at onet andE i. n! time.
;;Q;Zeacclimated before Mr Speer got a single grape; during i'w l oLD Cre ofOe old s.
thse years all died except about eight hundre vines, when those thlpw within ra: .',f ,,; ioyt a
.... temarow vucorous and bear fruit ; from these. layers were made tnet..i.,, ,o :a~n, "n ta: .


with THRO(7GH PULIlMA\ SLFEPER:-'. It'.- Cie 0aIv Lin. Operating*
Dail TbrughPullman Oar eprvic* between Jat'Lennvills; 41,1 N i% f,Arseav.

jr fla-tly Trough -itowrite to (ee~ ~ wt
A. U.. MAc-DONIVLL, Asat. Ii.n.4p .aAgent, Jacks~onville, flrisiat.
0. .L. l'T'M1.l! A 'i sr t, u pi wt V .
Iq Sd AI.FraV"Pottetwt ee..tnwr otmuh q


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I h,:i taft-titro'yb~l.rl u~,yesr. of w.. m iitih ci-j,iptN ~.,.silbil-
jonutivnesand bnick hpatda,hep. Neahl~ngrsg *.'I. o' if !;!.-- ---gnro.


One day a friend a-',,ed me wLhat I ro:;i wa -


bin liee e~fza P.1 i'.'. S Til!)il-~


box'. and afL.r t'.'- k-c-d box I hegstzi t-)ftw4l so m ni. **nr,.I;.f that I


kept on with them


mow and carry a packa.:- oi tL. i. ia :. .. ;. iet.


OLa giv., s-elio..!


The Five-Cont prr'-6 t it.#iv). .r~h for -r. nrdinr-r nocegion.
The falui!j bou ',40twiAo.a
supplN fL rt yetr


FLYER ROUTE"


DOUBLE DAILY CONNECTIONS, WITH THROUGH TRAINS TO
NASHVILLE,
MEMPHIS.
LOUISVILLE,
CINCINNATI
and CHICAGO


Carrying though/ PullmanV I'etibuled iBuffet Sleeper Jackmonville to S
L oui tenthouvt 'hange. ('hoe f Routes. -
For information relative to rates. ched mle. etc.. or for sleeper reservations, write to
C. E. HARMAN. Gen. Pams Agent, TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pas. Agemt
Atlanta, Ga. Ja.mksonville, Fla,
H. F. SMITII. Traffic Manager. Nashville, Tenn.


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ItTri-Weekly Sailings -
_-- ^ --- ". BETWEEN -
"-TACKSONVI.LE and NEW YORK.
Calling at Charleston, S. C.. both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
direct Service, Btween
JACKSONVILLL,. BOrToN AND PRIOVIDiNCK.
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
Calling at Charle.to,,n Bothl Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
Southbo0 ed ........... From Lewis' Whff. BoMth
Northtour.d ... .from foot Catherine street, laekemvlle

(' H 'S r'i. JOHN'SS RIVER LINE.
( b iary L,;n,)
Le' ven Jacksonville and Sanford
j;TOPPINI; AT 'l.ILATKA, AsTOl. ST. FRANCIS. ItiFIRESFORI), (DLAN.Db
BlUE SPRINNGS andl Intorniediate I.aniin gss onr. .T. JOHNS RIVER.
STEAMER .:City of J cksonville,
C AIIT. \ sl.% W.


IX APPOINTED TO FOLLOW A. FI).OS:
Leaves Jacksoeville 3:30 p. m,. Sunda "-. uesdays.!ad Theurmda a
Leaves Sanford 9;30 a. m. Monday, Wedneslays and Fridays
wsithbound, S CHEI Il Northbound
l{.,d down Read up
leave 3:30 pm....................... ....... CKS N I .:I .. .. .................. rive 2:11) an
M:4. jim ............................ ... P. AT K .. ............ I M:00 pm
3:0) ..... .................... .................. ............... ...... 2:30 p
1 "" 4:30 am .... ............ .......... FR NI ........................ 1:0o pm
.................. .... BERESFORI ) ( LA,.Nl))..................... ... 12:00 n'n
6 :00 anm............................ Bl. SPRINGS.... .............. 11:00 am
Arrive 8:30 am........ ....................... SANFORI)D......... ................. 9:30& am

General Passenger and Ticket office,
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

A. C. HAGERTY East'n Pass. Agent, F. M. IRONMONGER, JR., F. P. A.,
19 Stat, St., New York. 2014 West Iyr St, .Jacksouville. VFa
TROB. D. HALEY. l, al Frt. Agt. C. i'. LOVELL,, A.ct. Fla. Supt.,
Foot Hogan St., Ja'kwenvill. Foot Iogwii St.. Jacksonville.
.INOL. I,. HOWARD, Suiiperintendel.nt,
OFI t llogian St.. .Ja.-km)nville.
THEn. 0. EOER, Wrl. P. CLYDE & CO..
General Manag,1r Ueneral Ageuts.
C(hsebrough Building, 19 State St., Uppolite Battery Park, New York.


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