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: January 4, 1902
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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Volume ID: VID00417
Source Institution: University of Florida
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W.. -awe "s a the following IMes: vis

mw sIealOoods Artt's Supplies

S asftAretls Poket Knives
IporIng Goode Games
B4 .. Cmsand Glass
appliss School Supplies
Window Shades Masks
Toys Notions

a W&se sesmabl always fresh. Sewing machines for sale,
. .td -sb dL. Als6ets of tool sad machinry repaired promptly.
-- 'ee. Fate res Made to Order......
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": iee f s Jaekemoavle, Palm B and Lake City. /

i. i s t ~ Ro-n_ .0l"shesti e Ciga and Tobacmo. We Carry the Finest
^ te l T- the OC at the Lowas Pries. All Goode Delivered Promptly.
SF 5ets a pond. Fresh mixed nuts 20c a lb., 2 lb for 35c
ente 400m a pound. Florida Pecans, 20c a lb 2 lbs. for 35c
SM- se-s 40eseftsa pound. English Walnuts 20c a lb., 2 lbs. for 35c
Srin us miri S@ n a & lbs. 35e
u gm a hoeoltM 2 C. Schrafft's and Lowney's Candies.
AssorWed b~st of fruit put up to order on short notice.
Agn for ftypti Empreess Cigarettes-wholesale and retail..

OMCAPI3LL AS, Proprietor,

yms hewm a fSa dess Alderey or
w ow ~ wE fl glve from eight
qu e ~ar ay or ow, you a finm d a
-stmer by iing t Is oaks.

L'.Lem arrive from MpoorI Ill.,
MIMIhW b at the hY house.

atrwbdeo, the and

iuIyt .in ms mistake In con

l 4, llt, ^f Isetweky, arrived
M& &W willD act as cerk
at blt durigiessbon..

"k l Wa, Y., Tuesday

r. n a builder

m O- &and Mdism Peri Spauld-

to beinmi dsabuese shortly.


V. hewjeut received a large
obck of goods manufactured
t* nation m Biscuit Co.
I Ty an strictly high grade
a -s M aig ean be found to
-al them. Here are some
I of ltm.

Oraham Waleb
Browub Wafer.
Frr CW-
Almond Sm Do=s

Flv '0'dock Teas
oswq C-ekerm
Minetim Wauer
Waster discult

Momlne Baeaktet Bacon, the
sdtaumwom em can bay.

We ho the largest and Inet
sl o eSal blood in the city.

L'" We avw the laret assortment
gh grade emd goods In the
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Daytona, Florida,
'Phone 74.


AL.New shoes at Hill's.
Postofle Inspector Peer is in the city.
Mrs. Lillie Kate, one of the Holiness
bead, died Wednesday.
The tallyhoo was down from the HotelI
Ormond last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Oliver and daughter
have engaged meals at the Bennet House.
Mrs. C. L. Salesby. of Providence, R. I.
is a guest of Schmidt's Villa for the sea-
W'If yon want your painting and
paper hanging done in a workman-like
manner consult Kost & Gwinner.
At a meeting of the direetoh of the
telephone company held Friday evening
of last week it was decided to build a
lineto Ormond.
Miss Elisabeth Hansborough, who
spent several weeks at the Sea Side Ina
this summer was married last week -I
the home of her sister in Leeeburgto J .
Hcker, of Ocala.
The city was illuminated by electricity
for the first time Tuesday evening. A
number of business places and private
resdences have already installed the
lights and the electricians are busy con-
necting other places.
IPeamut butter, T-PotGrocery.
The following party arrived from Phil-
adelphis Wednesday evening and are
quartered at the Bennett House until Rev.
Shaefrsre sidence is order when they
will take up their abode in it: Rev. and
Mrs. Wm. Shaefler and maid, the Misses
Beesie 8S. Wood. Florence M. Wood, Annie
M. Thompson, Mrs. M. U. Quin and
George Obrie.
J.,Comforts and blankets at Hill's.
the chemical fireengins was take out
fest week by Engineer French in order to
demonstrate that it was in perfect work-
ing order. Some of the chemicals are
many years old and are as good to-day
asever. An effort should be made to
organize a fire department in the city,
for as it stands now no one with the
exception of Dr. French seem. to take any
interest in this part of the welfare of the
eity. Let something be dc ne before we
have a big are.
l.Men's fur hats at Hill's.
J. C. Norby, of Ada, Minn., together
with his wife and two boys. arrived this
week, and are domiciled in the Williams
cottage across the river. Mr. Norby was
until a few weeks ago the proprietor of
the Norman County Herald, and is well
posted on newspaper work and politics
In the state of Minnesota. He han sev-
eral times been ele.'ted by the Minnesota
Editorial Association as delegate to the
National Editorial Association. He was
for a number of years the auditor of
Norman county, and has held the ofBfce
of mayor in hise city.
IWSpecial sale in plush lap robes at

Rev. J. B. Hawk accepted an invita-
tion to deliver a Masonic address at pub-
lie installation of officers of Melbourne
Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons, Mel-
bourn, last Friday evening. Mayor
Ladwig and Ex-Mayor Gove accompa-
nied Mr. Hawk to Melbourne and at-


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Frank L. Corwin, traveling passenger
for the Central of Georgia Railway, with
headquarters in Jacksonville, was In
Daytona Wednesday enlightening his
friends and the public generally on the
rev val of the old time through route to
Chi ago so popular with the public some
years ago. The route is the same but
the service inaugurated by the placing
on of a solid vestibuled train between
tween Chicago and St. Augustine with
the finest Pullman baggage drawing
room, sleeping and observation cars ise
far superior to anything previously at-
tempted. Observation and drawing
room sleepers between St. AugustinekSt.
Louis, Louisville and Thomasville have
also been put on. The train has a fast
and convenient schedule, leaving Chicago
at 1 o'clock in the afternoon and reach-
ing St. Augustine. over the Plant System
and East Coast, at 9 o'clock the next
evening. As soon na the new schedule
on the F. E. C. is in effect passengers
will arrive at Daytona 34 hours after
leaving Chicago.



trips to the ea gardens. Prior to this
innovation the only way for the tourists
to see the wonders of marine plant life
was through buckets with glass bottoms
and small rowboats with small glames.
Mr. Beemis conceived the idea of a large
boat with power and a large space with
plate glass bottom, which would enable
the tourists to get a better view of plant
life, which is very rare in many of the
bays surrounding the island. This Is the
only boat of its kind ever built.
IWButterine. T-Pot Grocery.

The tender of the yacht, Roamer, with
Commodore Roome, Mrs. Roome and
son. arrived here from Miami Wednesday
and left again yesterday for down river
points. The Romer is now at Miami; as
the weather was rough when they pass-
ed the Inlet they were unable to bring
it in here. As the Commodore expressed
it, "We did not wish to miss seeing our

WBrah bread, the gatat bea devel.
oper and nerv builder, freek ery day
at the Gramling Bakery.
G. H. Bliven ha a force of -n at work
building an addition to W. H. Peter'
reidense oa Ridgewood.
Sknedwask. Thin youeam led M
of getting if you take your wai e 1O
Wru (jeweler) Music Store. -
missioner Rodgers has had. a oree
men at work repairing the publiehigh.
way near Holly Hill this week. *
George F. and Marcus Smith have
been shipping a quantity of lettuce to
New York during the past week.
Mrs. M. W. Glen, who is teaching in
the DeLand public schools, spent the
holidays with friends in Daytona.
Mrs. Joseph Zapf and two children, of
Jacksonville, were the gnet of Mr. aad
Jm. Heary Schmidt New Years day.
WCall on Harris if you want any-
thing in the way of views or flAnt class
prtraiture. Studio Peck Blk., 'phone 71.
Mr. and oMrs. C. G. Burgoyne arrived
from New York Tuesday and are now oc-
cupying their palatial home on Beach
WIMrs. E. B. Moore is selling out al
the hate she has on hand at greatly re-
duced prices in order to make room for
her new stock.
During the past week or so there have
been about five hotel porters at the
depot toevery arrival in town. It won't
be thus many days more.
M. L. Gardner, of Fife Lake, Mich.,
who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Rush, left Monday for Texas, where
he will investigate the oil business.
IWOGraham and rye bread at the
Gramling Bakery.
Rev. Hawk has been summoned to the/
bedside of his mother in Illinois who Is
not expected to live. Evangelist Geo.
F. Doane will have charge of services at
the First M. E. church in Mr. Hawk's
gl,Artists'supplies at Barnes' Novelty
Last Sunday the schedulees of two of
the trains on the F. E. C. Ry. were
changed. The northbound train now
arrives here at 1:16 and the southbound
at3:31 n the afternoon. On thefifteenth
of the present month additional trains
will be put on to accommodate the heavy
winter traffic. The prop6eed schedule
of arrivals at Daytona is as follows:
Northbound 4:89 a. in., and 4:07 and
6:52 p. m.; southbound 11:85 p. m., 3:52
p. m., and 10:56 a. m.
f.tPictures framed to order at Barnes'
Noytv Store.
lMesrs. George M. P. Holt and Harold
E. White and the ink slinger of this
journal were the guests of McCoy
Brothers on the trial trip of the hand-
Rome new launch Columbia. The trip
was to Ponce Park and return. The
Columbia runs very smoothly and has
not the jar nor roll that most launuche
have. It is now on daily runs between
Daytona and new Smyrna. leaving the
south bridge draw at nine o'clock every
morning except Sunday. See schedule
in another column next week.
g,&Sewing machines for sale, rent and
repaired at Barnes' Novelty Store.
No one who visits Daytona fails to
admire the palatial home of Ion.
Thomas Goodall, which is located on the
peninsula. Mr. Goodall intends to still
further beautify his home and surround-
inge. He now has men at work exca-
vating for a boulevard from his place to
the ocean beach. It is presumed that
this will be th finest boulevard in
Florida, as whatever Mr. Goodall starts
out to do is always accomplished in
"apple pie order." He is also having
a dock built in front of his home along
the river.
atUmbrllas repaired and re-covered
at Barnes' Novelty Store.

,.Ne goods a,. .
o4le.mas Mm's.
.inis *doi*t w U. tw tee ..

ed leU laPr pkg. at pot Grocery.
ri lq a mueM always resh at
k'l. i bombso "at gr
ol iurnsi roo eiMke .a
tor rent. Ilqure at the n se
ofl ce. .
C. G. Perklas, president of the Volu-
sa Sport sne' Club, h s been in town

Ji lease A. Stewart wo powerr
rom Deland o n f lalbsinness liday

James Ku-nsy, of Brooklyn, ar-
rived Io naSd and eO registered at
Scbmioe's Vla. e
Mrl UI Dawes b Miss Pauline
Losee, of 'm. N. Y. areguesth at the
Daytona House.
ea stal rn kodakithme,also develop-
ing and printing for amateurs. Harris'
SStdio, 'pbhoe 91.
rML. LB. Bouchelle and Miss Lena
Godowin, of New Smyrna, were calling
on friends in Daytona last Saturday.
Since opening their shop on Beach
street Kost & Gwinner have been over-
run with orders for painting and paper
TheGazXrrT-Nswe is on sale atClark's
and Barnos' news stand every week. It
is also on file in all the leading hotels
throughout the s ut ate.
aWIf the person borrowing my
orange clippers will return them to the
owner he will receive the thanks of the
un designed, E. N. WVLDBON.
Mrs. M. A. Rhodes arrived from Cleve-
land, Ohio, last week and is occupying
her pleasant home on Beach street. Her
daughter, Miss Margaret, will arrive
next week.
Cave Brothere, who some time ago
started a cigar factory at Florence,
Colorado, have sold out their business,
and will shortly open a factory at
Beaumont, Texas.
' C. C. Barnes bad on sale Tuesday the
first box of strawberries of the season.
They were picked from Jacob Slough's
patch, and were sold toMr. Jenkins, who
lives across the river, for one dollar.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. James and two
children, arrived in the city with the new
year. Mr. and Mrs. James are very
pleasant people to meet and are very
much infatuated with Daytora. This
in their first visit to Florida.
Hon. E. M. Goodall is expected mot
any day from his northern home at
Sanford, Maine. After visiting a few
days with his father be will go on a
cruise down the Indian River in his
private launch. The boat in now at
A resolution will be introduced at the
next regular council meeting to give
numbers to all business placebo, resi-
dences and vacant lots In the city. Vo-
lusia avenue will be proposed as the
central line, the numbers running north
and south from this avenue.
The St. Augustine Record now comes
to us with a beautiful engraved heading,
and decked in a new frock. It is now an
eight pae, five column paper and pre-
sents a greatly improved appearence.
It is brim full of news of interest to every-
one acquainted with the East Coast.
WEverything kept by an up-to-date
stationer will befound atGeo.H.Clark's.
To persons desiring a home-like board-
ing place on the beach we recommend
the White House, which is under the
management of that popular young
gentleman, A. C. Barnett. The rates
are very reasonable, and the house has
been thoroughly renovated and newly
furnished throughout.
W.Eastman kodaks and supplies at
Barnes' Novelty store.
Manager Bemis of the East Coast
Hotels at Nassau ie having built at
Palm Beach a launch forty-eight feet in
length, with twenty eight feet of plate
glass bottom. This will be used for


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Calling the children to school. 8oe
children will be glad; some will noi
They will all be glad if they have a pair
of our Webster School Shoes. They are
acknowledged to he the best school shoe
made, and then you get a Websterm
Dictionary, with each pair. : .


r A brass bead i being organized at
W'Phoenix Silvestri palms for sale.
apply to E. N. Waldron.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Rollins,
Wednueday night, a son.
I-Boston Brown'Brad and Baked
Beaas at the Gramlng Bakery to-day.
W. B. Namlin, of Tallahassee, spent
the holidays with friends In the city.
The next Big Four party will be held
Tuesday evening, January fourteenth.
NILFurnished rooms for rent, oaliouth
Palmetto avenue. Inquire of F. G. Lnd-
Miss Violet McCoy gave a launelbarty
to a number offrisends on the Coluhbia
/Miss Ialia Anthony, of West Palm
Beach, is the guest of her frisd,.Miss
Evelyn Clark.
One hundred and forty laughs in 140
minutes. See Miraldo at the operahouse
Saturday evening.
reserved seats to the Lyceum Course
and tickets can be secured of Col. Huston
at Palmetto drugstore.
Miralda, a comedy at the opera house,
Saturday evening, Jan. 5. Popular
prices 25, 35 and 50 cents.
W. A. Bes Der has received two new
Eclipse barber chairs. This makes four
chairs he now has in his shop.
-'When you are in at Clark's if you
do not ms what you want ask for it.
He has about everything in his line. .,
The families of W. H. Peters and J. M.
Carson, with Mrs. Lowe enjoyed their
New Year's dinner at the Bennett House.
A special meeting of the city council
will be held Monday evening for the pur-
pose of issuing the election proclamation.
The Big Four gave the third of ite
series of dances New Year's night. A
large crowd participated and a very
pleasant evening was spent. '
Ladies, I have just received a nice line
of Battenburg patterns. I have also a
new lot of materials for finishing same.
Man. J. A. DouvLAss.

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Yours to Please,

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Moore Bros.,


iW, F. GIle Jr,'& 0" .

The Largent and Most Complete Stock
Sof Drugs in Daytona. Prewcriptions coin-
pounded by IRegisteredI Phr'lmnanist only.

%P Perfumery and Toilet Articles. '
TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BAL.SAM-2. 'pents a lH)ttle.

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For Christmas

We have all the nice things' for your I'liri st ms dinner. W. live.
just received a fresh line of fancy takss; l.-here re :a fcw( of tlihil:
Crinklet bars, cheese Mandwlhiihes, fruit ,uke, five o'cl.ok to.am.
butter thin, dainty muinuettre, sherry tarts andi oraing e wafers.

We have nice line of candies.



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The Erickson engine ordered by Mrs.
Silvernail some time ago has arrived
and is being set in place to pump water
to the third story of her popular hotel,
The Oaks.
At the expense of Commodore Russell
the guest of the Palmetto have been
smoking Landlord Chamberlin's choicest
cigars. The genal Commodore enjoy'sa
good joke.
C. L. Shaver, of Yorkville, Ill., and E.
A. Lindberg have purchased the launch
Angler of D. P. Merril. Several improve-
ments will be added to the boat, and it
will be prepared to take out parties dur-
ing the season.
Next week will be observed as a week
of prayer by the Congregational and
Baptist churches. Services will be held
at the Congregational Monday and Tues-
day. Baptist Wednesday and Thursday,
and at the Methodist Friday and Satur-
day evening.
Frank A. Ehrets, the millionaire brewer,
of New York, arrived last Saturday
evening and is registered at Schmidt's
Villa for the season. He is accompanied
by two friends, Frank D. Clarke and E.
C. Grogan. Mr. Ebrets spent the season
here two years ago.
We are looking forward with a great
deal of pleasure to the concert to be
given in Seabreese, February 6th. Mr.
Barker informs us that it is to be a first
class affair and that all the people ap-
pearing have done more or less work in
this line before so we anticipate quite a


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Some of our citizens are receiving "end-
less chain" letters in reference to a re-
markable cherry tree that is for sale by
a firm in North Carolina. The bait _i,'.
very large, but the firm i how in the
toils of the' postoflce department,
charged with using the mails for fraudu-
lent purposes.
MrA large new line of shell novelties,
for souvenirs at Barnes' Novelty Store.
The Literary Department of the Ep-
worth League of the First M. E. Church
inaugurated its work for the winter last
Monday evening at the parsonage. The
very interesting program consisted of
readings, recitations, songs, solos and a
debate on the Chinese exclusive question.
The question was ably discussed by E.
L. Shear and George Vandevorde. A
number of the company participated in
the general discussion. There were
twenty persons in attendance and all
enjoyed a good time. The Leagum will
take up the E. L. Reading Course for the
winter. The next meeting is Monday,
Jan. 6, at 7 p. m.
The History Class entertained the rest
of the members of tme Palmetto Club at
the rooms of the club Thursday after-
noon. The class was dresed to repre-
sent the Royal Court of China, Mrs. Raw.
son, very ably taking the part of the
Empress. Several members of the court
entertained the empress with Chinese
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lahftpininnI biuis r qusuink
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-o P~bwoud rather beCOnsit-
tmhe r~k*

Ws. Moem wm1 a
k--m-- T-day t*" of

SbT. Tith, omeof the propr tors
o dthebard room, visited with THs-
* iVk fcIHilast Muudav.
S iM Kittie Colman, who has bee
here or eeral months returned to her
bo in Chicago yesterday.-
If the person who took the editor's
biegle from in frost of the oefe last
will etura it no questions will

AiImral Dewey and wile will pass
boqb Daytoa tomorrow on their
wayto Palm Beach where they will
'speda few weeks.
Ala reimd house attended the True-
hlooe- esrtaimm.nt at the opera house
Ist Fridayeveing. Theentertainment
Smasmid to be excellet, and they de-
- mrd bar more patronage than they

Mr. mad Mrs. D. A. Blodettandfamily
m a the Christmas holidays
wik Mr. ami Mrs. 8. H. eck, at Rock-
tee, itrsmed to Daytona the end of
S stwek. Their many friends are al-
ays pleased to se them on Indian
liver.-4at Coast Advocate.
Daing &. H. Gove's visit to Palm
wihlast wkbhebad the privil eof
bek4 tla ft flsry M. Flagles new
pa ri WhitehalL Mr. Gove
l ae s tathe. marble in the main
1@ east P90.000, and that the total
eteofthe wtulfhgisabout one ad a
bal mMkdollan. The house issaidto
"* f Aiaest on the Western continent.
IThe loBowiu schedule of prices have
m bmrraBged fortelectric ithts. For
16 emadle power lihht whea le then
trs ame md 85 cents per moath for each
wflbeehargBd. Meter rateswill be 15
emat per 1000 watts, with a minnum
Iate of thm dollars per oath. Three
lathrrpyear will be charged for great
of m*r parties g same to pay
et anmally inadvance.

"Faut" as presnted to a crowded
homes, at the opera house last Thursday
-evM by their labadie Company, was
probably the best presentation of this
fiou poem ever in our city. The dif-
urst characters were well taken and
astaimd. Miss Van Tromp, as Mar-
S armite, acted the part to perfection; Mr.
? Lhadie, as Mephito, would be hard to
; mhro. The aid of electricity, used
Ihiefor the Bret time, added no little to
S the Onenssml production.
S EM. 8aow met with a very serious
S lmel yeutaday afternoon. He was
dirvng across the South bridge when
S om of the lis broke ad his team
L bamle to rnu. Mr. Pnow staid in the
wagon tying to get control of the
team eaW they msd e City Hotel
.ad started to turn '--Asenue,
when he was throw 4f..-' 1-'A
picked up uncoeseious, and upon exam-
iastion it was found that a rib directly
over his heart was broken. While his
ries are serious. hopes are entertained
or his recovery.


that's L. No eaeroy, no
vim, o vigor, no ambition.
Th had ache o
an comfmed, memory fils.
Life hcom" a round of
work but half accom-
pihbed, of eating t does
not nourish, of sleep that
6il to frefTeh and of
-e that never rets.
Thetsa the beginning of

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lFUr "lpm Jan. 3-Mr. and
Me a M&ad -Mr. and Mrs
Nerth ef ntaucky, hkvrentem
Mr. Wl*r' on Herbert avenue.
Capt. Miaot, the proprietor of one
oft e glar t hotels In Asbury Park.
Is a guest of the Port Orange- Home.
The editor of the GA zT -NEwS
wil be at Port Orange Monday look-
lag fr busbias.
Mrs. Milburn aad Mrs. C. .EL Meeker
drove up to Daytona one day last
J. R. Turner, our sheriff, was In
town last week lookill after h!s
proe y here.
M. J. H. Noaks, of Glenville, a
suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, is a guest
of the hotel.
E. Brohm, the popular landlord of
our hotel went to Jacksonville one
day last week.
Mrs. T. J. Murry, of New Smyrna,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. F. A.

L. 0. Kern has had built a fine fence
around his home on Dun Lawton ave-
Rev. Arnold held services in Grace
church Christmas night.

Mr. Fair is spending Christmas
holidays with Mrs. Fair and the
children near DeLand.
J. Dondinville, of Verona, Ill., and
Mr. Baker, of Dwight, Ill., have pur-
chased of Mrs. Sincoe her lot, corner
of Dun Lawton and Ridgewood ave-
nues, and have commenced building
three cottages. Mr. Dondinville has
been coming to Florida for several
winters with the view of selecting a
winter home, and decided that Port
Orange possesses more advantages in
every way than any of the other
places he had visited socially and as
regards health, and fishing, hunting
and oysters and clams, and our river
cannot be excelled for sailing, and
there are not cottages enough. Every
home has two or more families in it.

Mrs. Finch and daughter arrived
Tuesday and have secured rooms with
Mrs. Briggs.
Mr. and Mrs. Corlett, of Joliet. Ill.,
also arrived Tuesday and have se-
cured rooms with Mrs. Bonny.
New Year's night there was an en-
tertainment in Ridgewood Hall, se-
lections by the gramaphone, assisted
by our visitors and home talent. It
was a great success; every one en-
joyed the evening exceedingly. The
proceeds which were to pay ruuning
expenses, were very satisfactory.

For family use in numberless ways
usefl and valuable remedy. Price,. 25
cente. Dr. J. M. Jones.


At a meeting of the Palmetto Club,
held in Daytona, Fla., Dec. 5, 1901,
the following resolutions were
Whereas, God in His wise provi-
dence has taken from us one of our
members, Mrs. C. G. Edwards, of St.
Paul, Minn., the following resolutions
were adopted:
We desire to record our high ap-
preciation of her excellent qualities
and loving disposition, always will-
ing to sacrifice self for others, and
deeming it a pleasure to labor for the
good of our Club:
Resolved, that while we shall miss
her help and presence, the sweet
memories of her bright smile shall
linger ever with us:
Resolved, that these resolutions he
spread'on the minutes of the Club. a
copy be sent to the bereaved husband
and also published in the Daytona
papers. By the committee.

Twhe man who usually gets the ietst
obituary notice whenever lh dies. is the
one who had always rensuelNered when
his eubsripti.'n to his lionte plaper ex-
pired. and renewed promptly.


DgLAxD. Jan. 2.-Next Sunday IteR. H. e
W. Little will complete his fifth year ans
pastor of the Episcopal ehur-h. Rtev. e
Little has made matty friends in DI)eLind d
during his stay. :1
Seven young ladies were baptized in
the Episcopal church last-Sunday.
Judge and Mrs. Mc'rory and fanmilj
spent New Years with friends at Sevill'.

r9seaemeg a Atteationt I
Phillip T. White, of Port Orang., wil
takeout a part.; of two on fishing trip
for $2.00 per day, and furnish plenty of
bait. Boats, line and bait furnisbed for
$1.50 per day.
Mhe Wae as Observer.
"Dlid rge write to you every day ,
while be was traveling around'
"Yea. every day."
"What regularity!"
"Yes, but I discovered that every one
at the letters was written here In hs
efle before he started, and all be had
to do was to drop one In the nostoice
wherever he chanced to be."
"And how did you find that out?"
"The 'I Inn his o me typewriter Is
bef .*"-.OyVeland Plain Dealer.
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erk. whose m wa Isl ble ity SmP-
w, "w i'shato to lthe house o
the er ae stheet? vBra
merlang he stands In tront of a win.
dow an' shaves himself. He's done
It now for three days hand runhlng."
Umaipose that he has done It every
nmiine for the last ten years uncle,"
splled Henry.
Has bhe lived there all that timer?
"Tes, and longer than that. for all I
know. rve been here only ten years
"Who is ber
"I don't know."
"What does be roller?"
"I haven't the slightest Idea. oncle."
Uncle Amos put on his hat and went
Iln an hour or two he returned.
"Henry," he said. "that chap's name
1 Horton. He runs an losurance offlce
iwn town. He's wuth about *27.000.
owas that house an' lot. belongs to the
Preabyterian church, has three boys
an' one girl. an' he's forty-six years
eld. I've found out more about him In
af hour than you have In ten years.
Bamed If I don't believe Ilvin' In the
bty makes people stupid."-Chicago

He Watebed Them.
The following Is one of the stories
told about Eugene Field:
There were visitors In prospect one
afternoon In the Field household and
a -strike in the culinary delmrtment.
Mlschlef was at flood tide. and Mrs.
Field was "vainly endeavoring to be
everywhere at once. when the man of
"sharps and fiats" appeared In the
kttcben doorway with a folio In his
"Oh. won't you watch those pies for
me while I run upstairs an instant?"
his wife exclaimed. "Be sure not to
let the meringue scorch-It would ruln
them: you'd better give me that book
or they'll be burned to a crisp." With
mock meekness Mr. Field allowed her
to carry off his treasure. On returning
she was horlfied to find the oven door
wide olwon and the rich. fluffy meringue
fiat. tough nnd leatherlike.
"They're ruined!" she exclaimed In
dismay. "Why didn't you keep the
oven door shut ?"
"Keep the door shut'" Mr. Field
repeated in very genuine amazement
"Why. you told me to watch them ev
ery Instant. and I'd like to know how
I could do that with the oven door
shbtr'-New York Time's.n
Sable Sheep.
Sable sheep are not frequently seen
In England. but ebony lambs are plin-
tiful In the Australian commonwealth
A colonial flockmaster hlad quite H
number of black lambs. and he fohl,.d i
them In a range y.v themselves. lie
found that black lambs might not re-
car In a flock in generations and tlieni
recur suddenly. For example, where a
black ram was used In a flock of white ,
ewes the product was white lambis..
with few exceptions, and where sire
end dam were ebony colored the lar nil is
were mostly while. And so the An -i-
trallains gave up lthe attempt to found
a sable flock. Where wool is dyed a !
deep color sable wool absorbs less dye
and makes a tiore durable color. Still
black fleece absorbs more sun rays than (
white, and black sheep are more seri-
ously affected by heat.-London Live
Stock Journal. A

Speaker and Speakers.
There Is a tale to the effect that while
Hon. Thomas Brackett Reed wielded
the gavel a gentleman took his little
boy to the gallery of the house of repre-
sentatives. Looking down upon the
more numerous branch of the, federal
legislature the child asked, "Father.
who Is that large man sitting in the
pulpit with a mallet In his hand?"
"He. my sonu." replied the fond par
eat, "Is the house of representatives."
"And who are those other men sitting
In semicircles around him?" inquired
the tiny chap.
"They are the speakers of the house
of representatives." answered pater-
famlllas. Champ Clark In Leslie's

Historical "lnlla."
Grave historical writers are occasion-
ally guilty of what are called "lliber-
nicisms." The following passage oc-
curs In a popular history of France:
"It Is extremely doubtful whether
this prince. Merovicus, ever existed at
all. but he had a son, Childerlc, whose
existence Is well authenticated."
The following Is also from a historic-
al work:
"Like Samson of old, who. armed
only with the Jawbone of an ass, put
1.100 Philistines to the sword."

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fietertit! ciodnlie e .ctat ion ii iete-h slate
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we'altlnvl.%tiosilless license 'of duidl tinaia~gr~l
staticIingw ",1.1. i v -$ 18. NN % 1 0 -!,elIYv w itI II
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wnt and advertise old established
wealthy business house of solid flamaial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
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each Wednesday direct from headlpes.
Horme and carriag;efurnished w en ne-
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The eblsiere of country newepap
all over the country have received poal
cards rom the National Publishers As-
soeiatioa, 1i s mesce to an alleged order
of the potoce department.
The order, it was said, required in
seeetthataB second else mail matter
mast be discontinued when the sub-
eatpeioan expires. The weekly news-
papers do a large credit subscription
buimbee, sad such an order would have
struck a blow at them.
It has developed that the publishers
wee mm arily alarmed. The poet-
mstIrg ral eaid in an interview with
Coguammas Davis last Saturday,
that the parmeNt had received a large
Member of telegrams and letters asking
f ru lehad been made that only sub-
-owpls *tDo newspapers and periodi-
cub which are paid In advance are legi-
tS ae. He aid that no such ruling had
been made ad that he supposed th
S Bquirime were the result of a ruling made
by the third maitant postmastergeneral
In the cas of a New York publication,
the mbecripMte to which were mainly
Induced by puuiuAmeand whbic ruling
applad only J tO e O ditioa of that
partilar eo r to sh-lar conditions
in other m -The publisher of the
New York spe*4aamadalso publishers
in (a hago, the- V poatma-r.egeera eaid,
haud m a ise mb upeerntng the
MligI mMad. He asid that no ruling
whatever had been amde which btetrm
with su ai d e 'edit on i gitimate
.pah.hn.* t The poetmaeter-general
added that blishMfs should not take
alrian at ales report which, he said,
are desiged tS aharream the reform in

Worms a u ueuge in the small in-
I wheMtIy Ia multiply.
destroy thef parates, The verdict of
the peope tepl y how well it has
ueedd. Price, 25 cents. Dr. J. M.

The oMdst ad bset-known hotel in
Dayftoa of which C. 0.
Chamberlin is the present proprietor.
WemIt was Amrst ected and managed
by the late Mrs. Hoag, Daytona was
sevety-4ve m oes from a railroad, and
the paBIp* aeaaMs of communication
was by stage from St. Augustine. An
oeaional sachoomer from Jacksonville
brought an uncertain supply of pro-
visions for the early settlers, and the
character of the menu depended largely
uponuiUtp*b of the arrival of the latest
vass. T original building was act-
ually thatched with Palmetto leaves in
lieu of shinglms. Things are different
now.--St. Augustine Record.

MENT has been thoroughly tested for
many years and im a positive cure for
this most distreein and embarassing
of troubles. Price, 5 cents. Dr. J. M.

The St. Augustine Record speak. thus
of the Quaker Quartet, which will prob-
ably be the first attraction of the
LYOeeu Course in this city:
. "A crowded house greeted the Quaker
Quartest lpt pight, and the audience was
delaahtta*y en ertained for two hours.
The Quartet was not over rated; every
tribute paid to tns talent was merited.
Deserved encores followed the rendition
of every number on the program, and in
several instances the audience called
three or four times. The program w
varied, ranging from the sublime to *
ridiculous. The humorous songs md
pstomime gestures accompanying them
coavauaed the audience with laughter."

is s d r lurk in the vital
s Boodheco vitiated and
unaderined when
e__r, ,fleeh and liver fail to per-
Sup-_toe ithe stomach,

Mr, and Mrs. I espland served a dinner
to their guests and a number of our
citizens at their new hotel on New Years
day that was a grand success, not only
as a culinary product but the service
was prompt and efficient. The eogno-
men "Despland" is a "tr.de-mark" that
means AAl. Following was the menu:
Oysters on the Half Shell
Consomme Gumbo Soup a la Creole
Celery Nature Olives Salted Almonds
Deviled Crabs
Filet of Bass with Oyster Sauce
Small Potatoes
Salmi of Belgian Hare*
Baked Ham with Asparagus Tips
Cream Puffs. Savarin Sauce
Roast Geese Roat Turkey
Prune Staffing Cranberry Sauce
Prime Ribs of Beef with Drip Gravy
Potato Croquettes Green Peas
Creamed Onions
English Plaum Pudding, Brandy Sauce
Diplomatic Pudding. Custard Sauce
Rhubarb Pie Rum Jelly
Maraschino Apple Foam, Whipped Cream
Tutl PFrultt Ice (ream Assoted Cakes
Edam and Pineapple Cheese Salted Wafers
Coffee Tea Chocolate

Mine host Chamberlin of the Palmetto
served a New Year's dinner to his guests
that was said by an old hotel man to be
"one of the best New Year's dinners" he
had ever seen. There was everything
that could tempt an epicure and served
in a prompt and pleasing manner. In
addition to Mr. Chamberlin's efforts
mention should be made of Chef Newhall,
the bead waiter, and in fact the waiters,
as on them depended considerable.

Seebreege News.

Mr. and Mrs. Edison and little child,
of Grand Rapids, are the guests of the
Seaside Inn for the season.
Mis Mary Barr and Mrs. M. S. Mason
and two children, of Chicago. am recent
arrivals at the Seaside Inn.
Miss Gertrude Stevens, of London,
England, will be one of the famed soloists
at the concert, Feb. 6th, Seabreese.

Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Graham and child,
of Grand Rapids. Mich., are sojourning
at the Seaside Inn. They will remain
throughout the winter.
Miss Genevieve Hesser, of Cincinnati
Ohio, will render a harp solo at the con-
cert, Seabreese, February 6.
Miss Kenny B. Lamdin returned to her
home after a pleasant seven-months'
visit with her sisters and friends in
High Springs. We give her a hearty
Miss Alice Paulson, niece of Mrs. Tbad
Dean, of Chicago, is at the Breakers-by-
the-Sea for the winter. Miss Paulson
is a superb domino player and a very
graceful dancer.
We notice on the register of the
Breakers-by-the eaS, Mr. and Mrs. Thad
Dean and Miss Alice Paulson, registered
from the Windy City-Chicago. Thad
Dean is a retired lumber king. They in-
tend to remain herefor the entire winter.

Miss Louis M. Ripple one of the most
popular principals of the Chicago school,
has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kochers
perger at The Cherokee, one of The
Breakers' cottages. Sne returned to
Chicago yesterday, accompanied as far
as St. Augustine by Miss Bloodgood,
mother of Wm. P. Kenney, the new pro-
prietor of The Breakers, and Mrs.
Kochersperger. Miss Ripple expressed
herself as being highly delighted with
her visit.
Mism Brooks, of Palatka, late of the
Boston Conservatory will be the violin
-bist at the concert, Seabreeze, Feb. 6.
The work on the new pavilion and
pier which is being built by Thomas
Keating is progressing rapidly and it is
expected that they will be completed
about the fifteenth of this month. The
pier will extend out into the ocean 800
feet, and it is expected that it will be one
of the finest fishing stands on the entire
Atlantic coast. The pavilion will be
afty by ninety feet, and will undoubtedly
be the scene of many pleasant dances.

Rev. J. B. Hawk delivered a ver
able discourse to the Freemasons las
Sunday at First M. C. church and w4
present here some extracts:
The text was Pea. 127:1, "Excep
the Lord build the house they labor
in vain that build it;" 1 Oor. 2:11
"For other foundation can no mat
lay than that is laid, which is Jesm
"Masonry had its beginning in re
mote antiquity. It was at first as
operative art and concerned itself
chiefly with the erection of house
for sheltPr, palaces, baths, coliseum.
and temples. It always had men who
taught the secrets of the art and who
were veieed more or less in the love
of their age, sages and lawyers, kings
and potentates were among the an.
client patrons.
"At the erection of King Solomon's
Temple, the first in the world to the
one true God, Masonry was perhaps
more carefully organized, and after
the destruction of that temple four
hundred years later, the Masons were
dispersed over Asia, Europe ad
Africa. Coming to Greece and Rome
the order did a great work in the
erection of temples and cathedrals
that have been the wonder and ad-
miration of the world. It gradually
assumed its present character and in
the revival of 1717 was crystalized
into its present form." *
"The Freemasons now are not en-
gaged in building material temples,
but in the nobler work of erecting
spiritual temples, according to the
designs laid down by the Grand Archi-
tect of the universe.
"Masonry is a religious institution,
but it is not a religion and it does not
claim to be a substitute for Chris-
tianity. God alone can change the
heart. Masonry leaves the saving of
of men's souls to the Church of God.
But it reaches a helping hand to
the brother who desires to improve
himself. Its legends, ceremonies,
allegories, teach the grandest of
truths. It teaches that in erect-
ing his temple the Mason needs the
designs and supervision of the great
"Masonry has often been persecu-
ted because it stood for religious and
political freedom, fraternity and
equality. At her altars men of every
rank kneel. The first martyr to the
Christian faith in England was a
Grand Master of Masons. It is the
glory of the order that her votaries
have suffered for their fidelity to the
great doctrines of freedom, equity
fraternity, truth.
The speaker admonished his audi-
tors that "the stone set at naught
by the builders is to be the chief
cornerstone of every true spiritual
temple." He said, "Have you laid
the cornerstone of your temple yet?
The character of the templeve build
will be determined by the material
we put into it. Masons are taught
that they are not working for what
they may gain, but for what they
may attain, whatthey may become."

TA3Lk e- e. 15, .
Week beginning Jan. 5, 1909.


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Tlm ColebMS ha I bern bufltase the most modern plans, amd
h esk, eae mad comfortable.

Fare for Round Trip $1.00.

Laun "Yankee Doodle" for Charter.



Seaside Inn
Directly o the 0eaa beach opposite Daytona. New and modern. (;a
mad eeetri belB la every room. New ocean pier and casino.
DUNKLEE ACO8, Proprletom, GOODALL, (formerly Heabreese) FLOR)IIA.
Bummerb otel: Ocean View House, Pigeon Cove. l.Mas-i.

(Formerly the Holly Inn)

Opetas Do-ei,,r aIt.
This popur hoeslery asa bes remodeled msdlarged to double its 'iw. anm. ,ii-
mndate00 r It s been rraied and decorated; electric light*.l nil
thorouhly hbetmd; bllrw and a making rooms, new ladies' parlor mi
m iparor. The 0r Atlatnels elteted ontbe waterfront and has i.:vintifidi
laws, aad moath efdag verandas; good boating and fishing from our o vrn i.r.
Bate moderate. badflor booklet. JIs. H. Jebasoi &Sons, rianagers


NOW Open

Electric;Lighted a&W Thoroughly Heated

Pobet Couisne. Everything Strictly First Class. Rates M.,le'raIv..

Daytona House


Rates from $7 to $10 per week.

Situated on) or1n14L' k '.;io,

T. L. RODGERS, Proprietor.

Trowell's Express m Baggage Line

R. F. TROWELL, Proprietor,

Office in the Up-to-Date Barber Shop.

All Calls Given Prompt Attention.

Pilam lMoving a Specialty.
.- 4-' .......--- -- -

Corner Ridgewood and Magnolia Avenues. New hollse.; ell !N& I
bathe; electric lights. Everything first lass. For rut., uahr.-..

firs. J. B. Parklnson, Ii 1,1. I

Has a Select Stock of......
Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.

DB. J. M. JONEB, proprietor, ea be cooled profeesionally during lu-,,.-.-

M. N. Godwin, Propristor...

MAximuremm or...
Fine Wagons
o w Carriage&i

General RIacimiwthing and Reairig.
Shop near Bond A Bond Lumber Yard, 17 DAYTONA, FLA.

i Moss and Fiber Mattr me
I aler in S.(cond Hland Furniture and Stowes.
Your Old Furniture Made aR Good as New.
1 ,'n, I A venne, opposite Schmidt's Vila, Phone 9 DATTONA, FLoUMA.

Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings. Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime.
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
'Phone 49.
\:in,,olia Ave. and F. E. C. Ry. (West of Postofl-e.)


T his hliois is new and is situated on North Ridgewood; has all modern con-
\,i.;iii,.'. -heated with hot air; and all outside rooms, singly oren suite. One
-i,-. with private hath; electric lights now in use; broad" varandahs; cnisine ex-
.,.i.t. l{at, rpaonablle, and everything done for the comfort of guests.

Daytona, Florida.

S. If. MOSELEY, Proprietor.
hIii. II.lliila River. Three Blocks from Depot; one Block from Pomtofllee.

Teras: $7 to $9 per Week.

Daytona, Florida.

Mrs. Wai. Ei-k, Proprietor.
i ,i i\m.ni.ntIly Lowated, Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax River.
1i:. ,n,1 l.Eii-llent. llatilH: One Dollar per Day; Five to Seven Dollars pwr Week

S.-iIli ez Avenue, SEARREF

Renovated and Newly bersnoora

.1. 1. lt\\tW.\I I).roprietor. A. C. BARNETT, Manager.



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l. -' .-I sizes 3 to 4, regular price 2. 50, now only............. $125
M.\!.-..." li izes 13 to 2, regular price $1.20, now...................... 90
hiili.ir 4 )xfords, .5 to 8, regular price 50 cents, now.................... 2
i), 3. : to 1. regular price $1.00, now.................................. ....... 50
M. i,- i'at..it I father, satin calf, regular $3.50 stock, now......... 1.79

I, ui lin of Enamel Ware, Stationery, etce. Pianos and Organs.

Ilot :Illd ( old fLt I ;,-.

- -' ..~*...
-. ~ A-'

5. .'. a'*~!~~~- ~"'*' ~b

e oe m umatr.whin/ th=
a--iIn wtr -AO
thl til medi to meet
se-ut ai Sd t taf d ** oAgY
a mi er i ill M iube ct o e -t
I0 e i uot m Srt 6ka Is
@ giu lo elrde as be
V eWtU the othe story, w ay wed
laughed at ie, Pe rot amid:

l- S-f ye S."
..4111111 Gf t. IMISS got NeO

dlbw he 706.r t e mott o ol
*e muam :m." mid D eper "this dif-
S shesm he settle." And. see-
a aus r pam wo elppered to be
ast.in "leralged," said be, "will
beago as teo atbit tate lta Uil

W ithpleas mid the striaff-.
m aid Dupren. -Just look at as
t sOy wham you eousdr to be the
at the three."
golees looked for some time
M- im t the other and then said:
atmam pI give it W. I ehameu pa-
tA ddte," and west away rearing

Value a, Wuesh Air.
M tie eIN apes ali has pmted
S& Emit of a fbd and assemed
p9 pIrtNee eta habit. It f.s moam
a pOwiug habit, the motto of
In "wib nothing between you
te sky." Only in ugmmer is ItI
ISpesa ths habit to the e.-
a course, and even then so
ase the sky accommodatones
Nhe average Igme relatively few4
4wthes luxury Indicated In the

mnmberat' peras who take to
anda pese in hammocks swung
oi apes air In the summer. how.
m at young children, hu-
o whaom during the past sm-
weRe asapmilated fromstory
and tgive their naps so plans.
Oi alea6ma or upon time lhand
O h g ra plot digiMed by the
e -repIn their plip beauty
lt M sgood nature amtthe ht
itesses of the e yese of
stut air sleeping cure" If cure It
Se clled, since. more properly
It is a plevCtive matead.-
are generally coomdered a
ml ed inIavestlo but et
ii m tdan o two wbele d vi-k

At Vabr whm r as Oa IU d s iuABI the@
to 6x a placard belare the dead
as*b htea. as well as In adjacent
as a sort of public notice, tat-
s some. Mr.e, place of birth and
inf.te from wb-hich be died. amrm-
he that he rewvired the holy asers-
ests. died a good Christiana sad re-
SPthe prayers of the faithful

Phll t of thse easdindp.
a*re queer Mbrd." -mid the
b. -I had aem here who could
4 r ~g mrow *and dersnod
Swere talking about. but
ol nM get him to bear me wbem
a mi I bia to pay bi b l oruer -
Rd *a blat that he'd better amov.
Sthugh p t waspoks pla

I lktgee hee I B EcI&
t0 Jw! I left my peeketbook nuder

S S- e seNs nt grW Ilis muely ase
boom pamam.*
I~na f st the trI s he will4
pte pcketbook to my wlf."--

tt Galter-Be doe-et play very
L Ar t he soya hes too nPy to give
oet" time ts pratice.I
Glater-4h. well. If a mas
lf to attend to ble h aldwa I
ma he expect

*a -t -e a O b
at himsen s wthe-.

dak soMthe Al thle m.
vM g be"t her The Partmesas med II&
d-t PML- were l.w- Sewing ir.
FOO andMl -am~ 7 f I--- M(e- m
lO Almg hair a mka of high irO.l
t Get k ltbed am lar aMir u a
meat o huoe and ea sort hair as a
mIt t the aldem. e did the (G1 l.
Ow i teamse Jeul vwmar. wm
he almueed tohem, obliged them to cut
r belir shot In toben of submsleon.
in ablei ju~e s twhe speaker of
lthe bee et commase and at one time
the bhisa were g a hair, while crim-
leals ad pamupers wore abort bair. On
the oter hand. Jewish priests during
their time of service bed their bair cut
-so a fortlobt, and Roman taves
wo their hair and beardnle Ibg. but
hved their beads wben maunumitted.
Meslos who escaped from shipwrect
shaved their heads as It manumitted
fltm the sea. In Eaeklel v. L there is
metiose et a barber's rasor." with In.
gtructiess to "thoo. sn of man, take
thee a ater's sor and cause It to
pas pe thine bead and upon thy



Psetep sad Usgs.
Thls particular practical wife looks
ike a dream. but she s right up to the
mark In businem. One day just as the
treat was on the pumpkin be came In.
"Darllg." he began. t hbare Jot been
thinking this Il a moat memorable day
to our lives, both your. and mine. Do
you know what it recalls?"
"No." she declared.
"What! Not remember this particular
dater be asked In horror and reproach.
"Oh. surely you must."
She sid again that she didn't. though
to oblige him she would if she could.
sad be bowed his head and looked sor-
rowfully out of the window at the
swaylng trees loaded with red leaves.
"Doont my It" be exclaimed. "Don't
el me you have no recollection of the
aertloseImport of this day. Think See
bow I am Impressed by the recoller-
ls. Surely you recall It."
A dawning light spread over her face.
1 believe I do." she cried joyously.
Tea, It was Just this time we killed
beg last falL"
He gave a hollow groan and left the
oom of his too, too practical wife. It
wra their wedding annlversary.-Louls.
Dlle Courier-JournaL

Th* GOOd .ara.lm.
8beridan. the celebrated playwright.
who was no sportsman. having gone
me day on a shooting excursion, ev-
erything dew before him and his gun.
delpite his effort to secure something
for hbis bag. On hbi return home with
an empty bag he saw a man. apparent-
ly a farmer, looking at a flock of ducks
in a pooL
"What wll you take." said Sheri-
da,. "for a shot at those docks"
The man looked at him with aston.
"Will half a crown do?"
The man nodded and Sheridan gpve
him the half crown, taking bhi shot
at the dqeka. About half a down fell
dead. As be was preparing to bag
them he aid to the man: -I think on
the whole I made a good bargain with
"Why." said the man. "they're none
m' mine."
EmmSI peeot Weddluss.
A pleasant wedding In Itussia means
a festival for the whole village and of.
An for the young people from neighbor-
tag villages as well.
Weeks before the eventful day the
young girls assemble at the home of
the bride to help her sew. The bride-
groom comes with bhis men friends to
treat them to nuts and sweets. Appro-
priate songs ate sung. and the bride-
groom's generosity is put to the test.
Ose of the girls holds out- to him a
plate, and If be puts down a silver coin
they sing him a song rfll of compll-
mut%, but If be gives copper and is
kaown to be able to afford more mock-
ery follows. The whole village is In-
vited to the marriage ceremony, which
is performed with all the ancient su-
pentitious rites and solemnities. -
Youth's Companion. l

bM6 of th Noth'l Aml els I- &ilk and1 Water.
Il LO '"Y d *a "Pa." mid little Willie. *why do they
A t speak of the 'milk In the coeenout?
lr A AIw ma -e- ftr i ar- It'. more like water."
After i man Mg --&Ga y "ayr Exactly.- replied Mr. Cltlman.
wbe tte w Atci- "And tbsts wiy they call It milk. very
atea *o-- irS piehla

Chateau deo Speer Wines
f" "" l J -- 1 6 "

of Pasaic. N. J. Vineyards.

h Wiinea Rival the World in Exceltence.

Olrich and mellow by ag and e of care ndfrequent racking
f cellar a doe with th Chateau Wines in France.

The Chateau con'
tains a limited sup-
S ly of Private Stock
Sort lneteen 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 i8 years
where known by the
Medical profession
as superior to any
P -o _*gaperliesar. that can be had, for
mteeect upon the system when used by invalids, the weakly
_.e__-and in Reneral family use. rthern New Jersey
'=bat_ ahehibatounding in iron is just adaotL ,iur this grape for Port
We. It is the same kind of soil as in Portugal Speer's winery and
yards ae the only Port grape vineyards in the United States; only
yards that cultivate the real Port wine grape of Portugal ; while
W im O "or miXturm called port are made without a single Oporto
im sim Mr. Speer is the first and only one who imported the
lmA 4 adelmated the real Port wine grape vines of Portugal.
a thW nnds of dallaras a hobbyto see what he could do toward
Sthese Portugal vines here. It took eight years for them
ftb5_ beforeMr. Speer got a single grape; during
Ow n/all diedl e pt about eight hundred vines, when those
lgro _and .bear fruit ; from these, layers were made

at 6 w- w& tMeo, bn aoar

eihdTramp-Muat have hti s with,
RIMt Tramp-ayl It was de oatly
time I ev* sees al wha e be didn't
leek tkwd.-PneL.

The total number of timber rafts am
all the rivers of European Rusla l
said to be more than W0.000 yearly,
with a total of some 25,001000 log.

The fole of youth are drafts o old
Ae, the payment of whib h Impera-
tive-C4kcago News

Legal Notices.

In Circuit Court, 7th Judicial
Circuit of Florida. In and for
Volusia County. In Chancery
Florence G. Mahorney. Complainant.
Ammen Z. Mahoruey. Defendant.

It appearlng by the affidavit of the com-
plainant In the above cause that the
defendant Ammen Z. Maborney is a resident
of a State other than the State of Florida:
that the residence ot said defendant it
believed by aflant to be at 418 West 87th
Street in the City of New York and State of
New York: that said defendant is over
twty-one year of age, and tat there I
no person in this State the service of
process on whom would bind said defendant.
It is thereupon ordered that said defendant
be and is hereby required to appear to the
bill of complaft herein on or before the
first Monday In February. 190 being the
third day of maid month. otherwise the said
bill will be taken as confe.ed by defendant
and the complainant wllV have leave to
proceed exparte.
It Is further ordered that this order be
published for four consecutive weeks in the
aytona Gazette-News.
Witness my hand and seal of said court
at DeLand this 21st day of December.
A. D., 1901.
Clerk Circuit Court.



oonme 1 and 2, Atlantic Block. Daytona

Office hours: 9 to 11:30 a. m., 1 to 3:30.

Conudtation FREE


"Semethisg New Under the Son."

of |


from a *

Liver. -I


~mNMurd Ro&
~.~hWb .4


5* SONiby Dr. J. A.Jism&


"Savannah Lin e.






Through ticketeto New Yorwek? do b.
New Haven, New Loadon,@1 @1
Providence, Fall River, BostaM an
trains every Thursday, leaving.Jacksonville follows:
Via the Sea Islands 10:10 a. m. (Metropolitn LIaml .)
Via'Plant System 3:15'p.m.
ViaSeaboard Air Line.................. 7:40p.m. (FJ tNeg.)
Pam~egers kav Daytona 5:29 Fam l
3:22 pm, making close counnecms.
For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservations stikeft, ete., adh

:*-"_ ^^

tl I
/p '

S A2WP20 Went Bay Btm,
A** Wo Y t* A I a, faa6na Jacksonville, Florida.
Geo. H. Clark, Local Agent, Daytosa, ALe.

NASV LLE,-CHATTANO- ...-----.-

\T< e


Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.

THENCE via Palatial Express Steamihips from SAVANNAH. Four
Conu ctions with New York and Boston Ships On Sound Lines'
All ticket ei'ents awil hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules.
Write for ge'rnral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on
General Ai-nt.. Jklmsonville. Fla. Agent. Daytona, Fla.

All doctors have tried to cure Catarrh Ii [ t.I'R,' .. I I iSAnT4, in an & r
by the use of powders, tacidgases. in- E. FEVRE, Man NorthRir. W. Hr, I ANT, Trffle Man.r.
whalers and drugs in paste form. Their New Pier, 35 North Rivr, New York, N .
powders dry up the mucuous memniranes
causing them to crack open and bleed.
The powerful acids ued in the inhaler A T
have entirely eaten away the same nmem- I I I
branes that their makers have aimed to
cure, while paNtem and ointnmenuts cannot
reach the diseTme. An old and experienced The Grienat Through Car Line from Floride--C. ne'.tions:
practitioner who has for n eliny years
made a close study and slpeialty of the E ATle Atlhinti4C'oast Line, via Charlenton, Richnmond
treatment of Catarrh, lis at la.t per. ToI THE and Washington.
fi.ted a Treatment which wien faithfully '- Thie Soutern Ilailweiy, visaavamilsh, Columnl.ia and
used, not only nelievem at once, ibut p.T- IiWashiington.
manently cure- Catarrh. by nmovi ng The Southlrn R t. via Jpesup. Atlanta uand Chatta'go
the cauWe, stopping tle dischiargxs. and T(I TH E The Louisville & Nashville \ ia Montgolnery.
curing all inflammination. It im the only ThIe Soutlhern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia, Ashville
remedy known to science that actually The.Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
reaches the afflicted parts. This wonder- Vi;a Savannah and O- an Steamship company for
fil remedy is known u S "'SNM niL h the TO THE New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
(GUARANTICDK CATARRH CLRiE" and is sold E s Via i Savannah and Merchints and Miners Trantspr
at the extremely low price of One. Dollar, tatin copny for a d Mier Tltiranore.
each packageeontaining internal and ex- ViNo and te ers for N rk, alire
tenal medicineuiient for full mothslia rfolk and steamern for New York,, Baltimore,
ternal medicine suffi,.ient for a full month's atnid Wahingtop.
treatment and everything i e esary to W hio.
itr perfect un. ",:K, West ind Hnvanan.viae I'eninsidekr and Occidental Steamship Company.
"SNUIFFLEIS" in the only vi-rfect To Nova .sowtit. Capie tvrtonind ll'rin'i'Edwards Island via Boston and Canada.
Catarrh Cure ever made and is now re..- .\tl i n lit ian] Plant Steanmship LiJ' for ilalifax. Hawkesbury and Charlottewtown.
ognized as the only safe and positive
cure for that annoying and disgitin Winter Tourist Tickets g
disease. It cunre all infiamation quickly will le on sile throughout the Northern. Eastern. Western and Southern States to
and pernianenly and in also wonderfully all Florida r-sortn, via the Plant Kvst~i ddridg th- season 1901, 1902, limited to
quick to relieve lay Fever or Cold in tIe return until M.ay 21st. with th liberaistop-oter privileges in Florida.
Head. Alresets of parties in thie North eint to teuiindersigned will be liberally sup-
Catarrh whn i noegleted oftei n lauds to plied ivith all information nnd hundsompi advrtising matter.
coniniulltion-'-"MNii.FLCL" will Nave For information as to rates, sleeping car n-servations, etc., call on, or write t
you if you use at otl-. It is no ordinary F M.1..IOLLY. divisionn Iainng.r Agnt. 138 West Bay St.. Jacksonville, Florida,
renmely, but a complete trratnient which W. It. IDENIIAM. General Sup.-rintendent, II. W. WRENN. 'uPa. Traffle Man..
is pclitively guaranteed toi .ii' Catarrh Savaninahl, Ga. Savannah. Ga.
in any formn oir statg.e if usedl 'e'ording
to directions which a voiipany each --... ......
pe'kage. IDon't delay but send for it at *oeeoooo--eOOeOOOOOOeeomaoooe....OOO OOOO00oo
once. and write full particular as to aboard
your condition, and yoi will receive R
sl.cial adv from the liscverer of this Seaboard A ir Line R
wonderful remedy regarding your eawse 0
withcououcost to you Ivondl the n'ular CAPITAL CITY ROUTE 0
price of 'Snumtfll s'" thIe "(li'i ; itU&e.J I
Catarrh unre."*u The Sortist Ro it. 0
lnit rpaid t hanvy add res,. ii t The Shorte.t RLnt. 0
Ignited StaLtes or ('Canala oinl res-il't 4of ThI Belst Line. .
.Ie Dollar. Addr o Dpt. H-2 pt.22 lEwi% t0A
B. tI.eF A i& COMPA.v. 23';30;> and 2:":132 *
Mark-t.Street, lliihlde.lphlii. 0 I iVu .29 lDoubloI Dailv rvi.- in.-ludini r I




i Igiu Treatment by which Drunkards
are Being Cured bDaily in pite
of Themselves.
Noxious Doses. No Weakenin ofjlthe
Nerves. A imemnmt and Positive Cure
(o0 the ULquor Habit.

It is now generally kno p\vii and l nido.r-
stood that lruink.nemss ini a disi~ja and
not wsakn ,4w. A Ixvly fiill',1 with poison
and nerv comipletely sh tl4ld hv i..r-
iodical or omiisttiit imse I t' ifitO.k ii 11iing
liquors, reqlires aind unntidtdte aiialh. oli
neutralizing and eradicate ing this poison.
and destroying the craving for intoxi-
cants. iSufferers lmayV now iiure t -ll in-
helven at lonie without publicity or loss
of tinw from business yv this win.i.rfiil
"UIHOME a(;iill) I I'," which hlia.s hi eII
perfected after many 3yr-.rs of thlos sstu..ily
mind trsatni'hnt of iine'lriates. hf. tiithfil
us** ai-ording to ulinr'tions of this 'won.-
derfil discovery is tI.itiveIly g.iiea'inttlil
to cure the tilost obstiiiate n.ase. ioii n;it-
ter how hard a drinker. O(ur rio., is
!show ti-. nmarvelouis transformnnat ion f
thousands of Drlnhkards into silver, in-
dustrious and upright men.
This remedy is in no sienw a nostrumni but
is a spe.itce for this disease only. and is
so skillfully dovise!d and pn'lparel that it
is thorotigely soluble and please it ti
tlie taste. so that it van be given in i,
cup of tella r coffee without tlih know-
ledge of thie irson taking it. 'Thiuiiands
of Drunkards have urel thin'.ive.s \\ iit
this priless reniedy, and as Inusny n ori
hie been cured and ian!d'e tenilnerat..
men by having th,- "C'URE"ainlliniaitered
by loving friends and relatives without
their knowledge in coffee or tea. anid be-
lieve today that that they discontinued
drinking of their own free will. IM) NOT
WAIT. Do not lie deluded by appan',it
and misleading "improvvin.'nlt." lriv,
out the diseasit at once and for all timn.
The "HOME G4OLD I RE" is sold at
the extremely low price of One Dollar.
thus placing within reach of everybody a
t.reflatament mre i vt lxfb^ijal *thn jntlL....

with TIIRO ( II PI,'L .MAN SIEEPERS. It is the Otnly LinO Operating
* D.ily Tlhroighili Pilliin C('r S'rvi-cet -et weeii.law:ksonville and New Orleanti.

SFor i'uirtlhr innf, man.tion write 1io
A i. M.' NI.lN :i.l. A1i. IG. i. Pa.mis. Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.
* II i:. I,. I'1 N 1 (i,.n. IPii.' Agent, 'Portsmmouth, Va.
* .1..1. l\ lm ~ I. inr.t V i,.-rI'. i a Gent iaindl iGeneral Manager, Portsmouth, Va.
aaa fl a a. a aaa a aii i

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1 111a l4,4it.t. n Ionll.il a- nvettr. off n it.] 0cm. w~it ii'sinst ipntGitun il-
i. .w-ie .- m.utd sick. ,uinsie Not ii nig sW'e'nwd to doi,, me any go.od.
4 i,, sat : fii~n'-m ~ m,-ltn %% bant t.!n'14. tjouhu. bI. %.,,. W114-1 I tolid
hniInr.i tnnnntnlilIllI'V S l': Is'I.s. That ivi'imingl got A
114,,x. a l nd fni'r Otte se-aesnil huoxI ls.-rantooifeel to Mitch re-li'vf I imtatI
(sI II %i t ti Ii h 1--msa. I have9.*i tiamn i;;!Inll s alwi'ays ii tin'' n. t
mm,9 nls. irr a ,I ns-Lmng.- 4of Oiutn ianti, m li)i ten


Western & Atlantic Railroad.



Carrying through Pullman Vestibuled IBuffet .ep J we i*ff- o AO
Louis wihMout change CA e4of Rowt.
For information relative to rates, schedule, etc., or for sleeper rervatio wite il
C. E. HARMAN. Gen. Pass Agent, TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. PMi AmgM
Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Ftla
1l. F. SMITH. Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tena.


Tri-Weekly Sailings
Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways.

The Clyde N


orthbend ..

ew England and Southern LiUn.
Direct Service Between
Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
.............................. From Lewis' Whmrf. De0 ee
...........from foot Catherile str-Lm Ja-l sma

(DeBary Line)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
BLI'E SPRINfIS and Intermediate Landingsbn ST. JOHNS RIVEL

STEAMER City of Jacksonville,
Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m,.S rays, Tuesdaysiad Thersda a
Leaves Sanforl 9:30 a. Monday, Wednesdays and7Fridays
So',ri.huhl.nl. <'!EI) EILE Northbound
i,-andi dowmn u Aup
I.riv. :0 pi ................................. A KSONVILLE.......................Arrive 2 00 am
M N:. i ...... ....... ....... ... I'AILATKA...... ................ ........ L ave 800 pm
S "3:0M 4) ..................................... ST iOl ...................... ....... 2
4:30 a n ...................... ...........ST. FRANCIS ..... .... ............... 00 p
....................... ERESFORI) () IAND))................ 12-." m --
: ), aln.............................. L IL 'SPRINGS ............................. 11.00
Arrive :30 anmi.................................... SAN FO R ). ...............................

General Passenger and Ticket office,

204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

.. C. lA.EIlTY. Ea-.t'ni Pi~a. Ag,,nt, F. M. IRONMONGER, Ja., F. P. A.,
1 Stat2 0St.. N\v York. 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville, F
TIHOS. D. IIALEY. L.,. .l Frt. A.g. C. PI. LOVELL, Asst. Fla. Supt.,
Foot Ilog;mn St...l.acksonville. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville.
.INI L1. HOWARD. Superintendent.

Aiikt i, ifru,i:Zii~ts. THEO. G. EGER, WllllP. ClYDIE A CO.,
*Iin, 1 t (lo-ket I I ;.nwrn Iforn--m.1 1 General Agents,
The fami ~Iybot tle. E(A) e~i .i n Che(elbrough Bumildiing. 19 State St., Opposite Battery P&ak, Now York.


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