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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
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: February 1, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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THE


DAYTONA


GAZETTE


VoL 18. No. 34..


Daytona. FlorWda. Feb. 3. 1902


BARNES

at the NOVELTY STORE
for anything in the following lines: viz
Newspapers Magazines
Musical Goods Artist's Supplies
Fruit Nuts
(locks Watches
Toilet Articles Pocket Knives
Sporting Goods (Games
Bird ( Cages and Glass
Supplies S Ihool Suppliesl
Window Shades Masks
Toys Notions


Lowney's and Wiley's Chocolates always frweh. Sewing machines for sale,.
for rent, and repaired. All sorts of toolsand machinery repain-d promptly.
......Picture Frames Mad'. to Order......


If You Cannot Find Call on B.
What You Want.-.CWaonaBe seeNM_.


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HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
Are the only kind we carry. Our prica ;nv mark,< in plhin .
figures, and we have one price for every ovl.dvi and i hat the
lowest. We enuninrate Ilow' a few pris.: "
California fancy cured Winchelistr hams. \-r pound ....................1 i i
Winchester premium hanis. per pound ..................... .... ......... 14', *
I Northern premium salt pork. per po nd ......................... .......... l
A rbuck le Co e.................... ............................................... 1
Three pound can of choice Pum pkin ...........................................10,. -.
Blackeyed, and navy Beans. per quart................................ .....
Fancy Pr ne 3 pounds for.............................................. .. ...25
Eggs. guaranteed strictly fre h..................................... ..... ....... :t i
Granulated Sugar. 16 pounds f,,or.............................. $1 .i4
Prices si.iije't to chani,.

J. R. C O LNorthEi Ri'lgwo. A .v.,i.




ISTINGUISNED VISITOR. OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL.

The Grand Atlantic has as its guest Mrs. W. A. Bea IhNr hi- been on tlihe
the Hon. Hugh McLaughlin, better sick list this week.
f known as 'Boae" Mclaughlin, of Brook- ai-ailing ya.ht f ,r ,hater: als,
lyn. This gentleman practically Con- I l rie l dlr.
trols the politic of Brooklyn.
Mr. MeLaughlin is ace-ompanied by Frank (. Robbins. of li.Rhiohmind. \a..
Mrs. MeLaughlin. Mr. and Mrs. Wnm. C. is sjlending the se ason ait S linit'.I V ill
(ourtney, Master Hugh McLaughlin- Ift.Fuirnish..d romns for nnt.onSoutli
Cmurtney, Thomas A. Kerrigan. lis rPalm.tto alVieinu,. I t.lin. (of I'. l.iin il
Kerrigan and two maids. Miss Hanna I .r.
O'Brien and Miss Mary Meighnan. The.
pgrty have secured apartments at the Choice' firniI-hed 'mos on I1,, lt h .-tr,..t
Grand Atlantic and tpecf t to rmain f'1 rnt. In.iiir,. at t li ;AizTrri: Niw...
the grea.lm t of the wiuter. i qv.


SlmussrpusmF~ggumpgp~um


I a t'otiite and see th,. ni w -'Iir-t \:iit-, ira.iiiilin g It kery.
S n -ae A i 1 ;t tle Ladies' Fiiri iliinig ,t St. iu ti,' Ni,.k I'. Harrison, of Ormond. was ar-
Philip T. White, of Port Orane'. will g re.te.i Monday and taken to Jackson-
takeout a party of t*o onl fishing triple1 Mr. ittd Mrs. i.J. M.1urray, o.f iCed, i. vili,'. i.e-i tie had a hearing on the
for $2.00 per day, and furnish plenty of htiurst. N. Y.. arrived Minilay and are i-hgli of ill.-ial liquor willing and was
ha i Boats, line and latit furnished for at i.hnidtti's Villa. I,hll fr trial. il aI'd s ti x'ed at $200.
per day. z1ilf vin want ilt oir .iiiiii :,.li1 'ih fThi milo\ i i ,party from Pittsburg


see c. c


fiSummer wash
Hill's.
IOnly thle iset
Bakery.


dress goods at

at the Gramling


W. H. Morrison, of Seville, is visiting
wi:h his brother, D. F. Morrison.
lirSouvenir spoons and novelties is
silver and china; go to Clark's jewelry
store.
B. W. Brown. of Sandusky. Ohio. ar-
rived Thursday and is located at the
Palms.
Mrs. R. N. Green and daughter of Birm-
inghani. Ala., located a the Bennett
House to-day.
Skilled work. This you can feel sure
of getting if you take your watches to
Wray's (jeweler) Music Store.
Miss May Creson. of the tit. Augustine
Record. favored our sanctum with a
very pleasant call one day this week.


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W'Batliing suits at Hill's.
Do you want clothing? See Moore
Bros. ad.
lL.Eaatnian kodaks and films at Har-
ris' studio.
Fred A. Morgan, of Titusville. was in
thlie city Monday.
Captain Spencer was u DeLand visitor
the first of tile week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bell. of Chicago. are at
the European Hotel.
For everything kept by an up-to-date
Btatiounr go to (Geo. H. Clark's.
L. B. Knox brought a party of friends
down from Bulow Tuesday.
taer"New stock in caps in ladies', gen-
tleiemen'.- and children's at Hill's.
A sun parlor has been built on the
south side of the G(rand Atlantic.
Air. and Mrs. E. C. Davis, of North-
hampton. Mias.4.. are, rent arrivals at
t li almihetto .
Al rs. (ray and two children, of Chicago,
alre stopping for the season at the White
House., at Salorteze,.
The Misses Piier. Smnith. Brown and
MI rs. Brown, of Pittsburg. are domiciled
aIt thle Parkilnson louse.
pa.Thie largest, and lest selected line
la. and eiiil~mbroideries at Moore Bros.
*ver lioliughIt (o Daytona.
Landlord Bennett. of the House by
that inaMie gatvi a card party to his
guests Wednesday evening. Of course.
Mi-.- I.. S. ;,od wisi. of Kingston, New
i York and Mrs. M. A. Love and Miss
| arrivee Stiles. of 4Rockford. Ill.. are at the
w; aside lIn..
AM. '.itzerald a tid daughter. Misl
Maliiie. of Stillwater. Minu.. are the
guests of Mir. and Mrs. Edw. Fitzgerald
fi r a f,'w \\'.-'k-.
Mr. andii Mr.>. .1 )uincan anid Fred
1.. S.ears of Nicliolas.,ville. Ky.. have
!made i heir \\ inter quarters at tilhe
G; rand Atlai,.
The Ilaii'ndili atind C'olonnades Trio.
iiiiii-r tlih, lir-ctioin of Mr. Fnvderick
l.andhuilti. % ill play the overture and
reiilder .'v-ral selections during the even"-
inlg foIr iIie Sealn'rez.e Iilsicale.
Mi-.- Malile Blraeey, of DeLand. and
A. i-s Virginia Bravey. of Bracey, Virginia,
si-hters of H. V. Bracey, were tlie guests
(of tieir brother the first of this week.
T'hli riiturned to DeLand Wednesday.
..y'(;r l;tiiha and ryl liri-ad at the,


Grand Atlantic. Mr. Huston i- a grl. itl silt. Lerre o u t1wl, iug-r!,sL ie,
prominent hardware mer-hant. very Iprolifti. 2-,',. per plant.
E. N. WALIRION.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Landis. Miss .IJ:n-
nie M. Landing and liss Annai Kurtz. of I .lI.osT:-A seal-skin and lambs' wool
Reading, l'a.. ire at the Grand Atlaintic. ape' with high se-alloped collar: lined
This is their third visit to Daytona. with Ilrown silk. Bring to FIoya's
stables. I-'inder will leo suitably re-
S. H. Gove's force of nilen have ableut v rded.
completed the Chautauquai building at
Melbourne. and are making grivat head- Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. G;oodrich. of
way on T. A. Snider's Iuildings at lole hBostoni. and Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Parsons
Sound. arid two children, of Jack-onville. are
...I. r ..... .. ............... ....... limoil thlie late arrivals at the Hotel


TROUSERS. 4ai 4 4 4


Fourteen dollar suit for ten 97.


$12 Suit for $9.67

10 8.13


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4 6.76

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Florida curios and novelties at G;eo. H.
Clark.
W PIjd ham &always fresh at the
Gramling Bakery.
James Daly, of New York. is a recent
arrival at Schmidt's Villa.
IBoston Brown Bread and Baked
Beans at the Gramling Bakery to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dicker, of New-
ark, N. J., are registered at the European
Hotel.
Mrs. Hadfleld and Miss Stepwhens will
render'a piano duet for the Seabreeze
musical.
F. M. Jolley. Fiorida passenger agen t
of the Plant System, was in the city
yesterday.
1WNew line of picture frame mould-
ings at Harris' Studio. Peck block.
'phone 91.
A large party are expected to arrive
at the Palmetto from New York and
Pittsburg today.
H. W. Stillman has had a drain laid
from the house occupied by Mrs. Jeffer-
son to the river.
Edison Z. 8eitz, son of the mnilliouairt
hat manufacturer. of Newark. N. .1.. i0
at the (Grand Atlantic.
%.-Eastman's W. 1. and blue print
papers in sealed cans at Harris' studio,
opposite south bridge.
Mrs. A. J. Kettering and Mrs. (ieo.
Weybert. of Chicago. are among the late
arrivals at Sehmidt's Villa.
Rev. C. W. Arnold has been in Tampal
this week attending a convocation of
the Diocese of southernn Florida.
o,.Don't fail to visit Mackenlzie'--one
of the attractions of the ,iily. Choi. e
Florida fruits, shells, curios. e,..
Mrs. J. M. Hays. two childriin iand
nurse, of St. Louis. and Mrs. A. Al. By-
enr. of Chicago. are at the Palinetto.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Corlsett. of N'ew
York. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Jones. Mr. Corbett is a nephew of
Mr. Jones.
Rev. Dr. L. Z. Albert. wife and
daughter, of Germantown. Pa.. arrived I
Thursday from tle south and are at the
Bennett House.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Histion. and Mrs.
C. I. Merkle, of Paris. Ill., at. at the


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It is a Fact


That we have the finest assortment of
groceries in the city. Prices are right.


SOME

DAINTI'I
We have just
tN'ck ,of gowI
by the Nati
They are sti
and nothing
tsjial then.
of them.


Brownii
Fruit
Almond
Butter


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ES. a
n4eivei l hIargoe
Als ImanufaictInui'd
onal Bliscuit Co..
rictly high grade
Icn I't1 found toi
1ere an- soe114


Wafers
' Wafers-
t Cake
oti BIttlls
r ems


Five O('cltk "[Te's,
Oswe'ga Crackers
Milhutite Wafers,
Water Bisuit


linest tha

We have
line of cer

We have
high irrad
county.
are right.













SIT,.


t money calln lly.V

the O largnst and tinist
eal hfidIs in thle city.

the largest aSt ortnliiit
ie canned gol I.d ini the'
TIe' pri,*es. olf lcollurt"


CONRAO & CO,,


'Phone r61.


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lpapel r hanging done it, i workliiai l i, iat,' tt;ikliI uI, their wi liit.r luiirtl'ers at
manner consult Kost & (iwitiner th.- i rianii Atlaniiti: M.liss l.ina I..Gross.
M 1' T1 iross. is Mr. W. A. McClurg,
Rev. h. Ilicar ad l.\ .In,. I' M" \l,ir,, M ihir 'rin.i I. M1cClurI.
Graham wern th. h il,.--t. oif Auii u .
Schmidt. (if Schliuiid Villa.Sundaly. lMis .I.i ,ii. II.. Maley gave a birthday
.[i:'t V ii li"ie1r if liet hiisle.onid W ednes-
lr. ana l "Mr, iln. L I. .li.n hariI. &I.%1 ,Ca ,.Vliit ,;irdl playing was the
Newark. N .1 ;iart.d Thliiir-.l.ty ail ,.li-,,,.i,, it if th, eveniing. Very deli-
an- plo.' on.itlYv lc :: i,.t .1 :at thl dr:tiih jim i ..Ire.hlin. !its were serve. About
Atlainti-. iftsy gui.-is wr- present.
PI.LKost & ,\\ ii, I it .* i:it:ri, ;i. liaiyion't forget that Mrs. Moore has
pa|ler liangiuers. art. 'e it-I< in their liOn w tl,. hiilv spring hats iln town.
and v u i ln ail makeii :, iii ke in ,nii
sultiln' thili I ir" Ii-.lEni'ne May. the lecturer. talked
toI a gool si7ed Lildiece at the operal
Thli ii.i.. \1:\ s is ilon sale' at I lirk'> limins. last Saoituirday evening. His sub-
anid Irani'-- i .\ ailld every week. It j..,t \was "-Switzrliand." and lie handled
isalso on i i l in all thii l.- ;ioliniir it,1- 1 his .tl,,i t il uiichi a way that he kept


0 Nk N.. prillir stl Is !:li oUltin.ig hats.
light w.-iLlits. and owewrs in profusion.
oilc anOI -.o tilem. IFir-.t come first
served. ,. Mis. E. II. .Mooicr
I'evtrt'aila- lias it iis fruit store oeti
buiii-h that has I15(mt blanntuli oni it. IHe
also hail a pineapple that w,'ighedi 1 .
pouindIs. Thie lpineapplel was pr-li:;i-ed
by I-e41i IN-'splali .
Thie management of the Iiraiid .tlan-
tic have contracted w ith the S. I'. II1 r-
' chest ri to give daily vcon'erts. -ariitii'rii-
ing tllnighit. The public ar, -orI-diilly
in\ iteld. l ic i-1ro1i six to 1 iiin
1Wen a in it'cipt of ai hliidsoltin rail-
roiad wall iiipll f Floril'a. It i, tl:- tin--
est male of tlhe state we hiav. ever -.-ni.
We ll indebted to Honli. i. 1. .M1 l.in.
ltie mlo iiiiiioier otf agriuiil! trn f,.i t1c'

l. W hittine of St I.tllis. x liio i'
stopping at lite Stanley li e. fell friomi
a wi eel Motnday ituld was pirkeel iip in
an unconscious m.,.ditiolln. h, i-s nlow
able to le around amionli his frii-nds
again. liHe is 6(4 years of age.
Police Park is Lacknowiledged to Iwe the
finest fishing plate it thlis ntighblorhiooid.
The Pe'tt I House in also akii leldged
to IeO tihe Itst hotel at Polince iPurk For
information nd rates ad dres.- G llE-Z
A. PACETTI.l out e Park. Fla. :13
Jacoll Sloughi has jus st out out awgrovel
of 400 camphor tires for Artlhur CovI-'
on his plaee near Holly Hill. 'flithjll' -
phor trees ar set in the orange ~iirvc
hletwe-.n the orange trees and it i. pli,'-
sumidl thlit they will be a protectiioni t)o
the citrus. There ire not maiuy -uan l.ir I


hii. thiarirs spillbound from start to
tinli-'i.
IPlFo' i IIt.T-Furnishlied flat inlhand-
solli. resideni-e at iwsautifuil Seabre'ze. a
fetw sstvps from Colonnadles hotel. Thrts
loliIs. porce-lain hatlh tub with hot and
4'lhi "alt'-r.t electric lights. 15-l dollars to
Mavy 1a-t. No small chihlrt'n. Several
furni'liishd tta's .-till to let. ddIlress
Chli. I'. li+i' liii. Se.w rah e,. Fla.
hiil'ho.iii \ Silvestris palims for sale.
apply to N Wnidlron.
Mliss Elizal-'thi Silvernail gave a party
to aliout thirty tof her young friends at
Thei' inak. Tuesday evening., it leing hIer
sixteunthl birthday. Thlie S. F. Io. or-
-heietra furnishlid lthe music for the occa-
sion. andi ;i tnliulier of vocal solos were
rendcev'd ldirititi th'e eveniliig. Miss Sil-
verillii was Th i inirit (itf iiany bIaniiti-
fill pr.sent-.
irl'.i-ltr ilhiit i. ila,iii\. dlrli-iotii. and
n n iriti,,i;- ., ir0 iG r.,miiili. l'iki v.
The l lolo\\ iiig i liih itrol'ram1i oex-
crti.-. i 'ii li i arn,-,i itionail church
Sunday .i .'-Iir'. I-'ileruiry v~ 2iid. Ilymn;
lReadira. oi c ,, riitciiii I'r. ivrt ; i R.lot rt of
Treasulrelr. I'a. t .ain I 'Peii't l ,f India;
Mr.. nitii.. Silwlilnz:l1; hll.e VTi. k in the
iSouth e. l. .l r.. I lwe Yi' olir ity
Mission. Nina |ii',;lc''. 4Coll,.tiiin. Hlymnn;

i Fini-, t liii h ,i' +i- ui le-, .,iiliesat
J ;e iGraiililtii ILik-ryv


Th,' tellphwi%'i- fi or i ;- i-ce of the
I .-Lanid-li;.i lt'll:i teleplioue liie, that
li.. s 1--l i -~ r.l i n ll th.' Plantr Systenii
f:fi.h i' .1 liit w e, hor several
i iil :- i i ,, '.:'.I uit on tlihe line
imnd i-iu r .i i'., p,,-, Ti., line men


tate dealer, of Pert Amnboy. N. N... is at
the Grand Atlantic. lie i- act-comlaiu.-d
by Mrs. I'ratt aind thlIir on tiand
daughter.
While adjusting a pump Tuesday E. E.
Starkey strained his back anil has l.e't
confined to his room as a ."uilt, the
greater part of the week. Ht. i- niw
able to be out again. liow'ver.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Blatte,. oIf UotioLn.
are at the Parkinson lHou'.'. This
couple has traveled exten-is-ely overtihe
United Stiati'. Mexic,. Euroi' iiiand all
parts of ihe Old World. lbut liey v ay
that Day-tilona is one of the- itno-t I.ititi-
ful *pots 1 hey have ever \ i-it',l.
Major N. A. Wright. of I)-weiuo \.
arrived Thurvdaiy and went to, I',;ice
Park. where lie will fish for omiimplde of
weeks and then return to iDayt.,na ni 1l
take up his quarterL at the 1'arkiiinso i
House. The Major has Ieen a \ i-itir-
here for several winters
Father i'BIyyl reports the i;inot ,r.-
fwds of the fair amiounted'i to $.27 .'.'.
and begs to thank all .lii pIatrioizedi
it and contributed so generously t4o-
wards its success. The golhl watch. cost-
ing $110. reniia>is yet on hand. anl. as
soon as the list is filled. 10 il! I .. I-pose.l
of. and rli'tlt published.


NO FOOLING
about our statement as to ,itilii ;-'

The Confectionery
we offer is just as purv and leliiios
as we aay it is. We carry
Huyler's, Lowney's

and Wiley's Candies
in various shape and always FRi:S. l.


We" hal'vi Ibfore us the holieseeker's
#edition 1f the Sani Malteo Itemi. It is. in
tabloid form and t-ntains 4<, pages of
iiteresrtiing reading and illustrations and
and is a work of art.
pa) Ne'w s -ri'lig dress. goods ji'.t re-
e'.ived at Mllore Bros
The tontiert tobe give under tihe di-
rection of Roy P. Barker at the Wilmans'
4 )lerai House.. Seabreeze, next Friday
pro iises to l a very largely attended
affair. Tal.ent frolm all parts of the
I tli*oi% wt% ill take part.
Tourirt-l. and othier- s i liii li2prell i;te a
go'l smoke shoulild inot fail to radi the
ad. of S. W. ltowley, the San Maltee cigar
ii;iafactiirr, vi ihich apstear,4 in another
colimini. Whirn voiy write to him kindly
imentiion that von S-a ;v the ad. in thie l;a-
z.ette-New s.
I 'Uriniencin_ Wednesday the mail .lerk
was tran.if-r.ire from i oith-bound train
:.t iI o siith-.li.iid train 29. so noiw we
itpl-t io it oif ii northern mail at 3:313
t1. 111 olei t. ier lieours later than leforeW .
This arrianigeniiiei will probalyly laLst uu-
ti; th. first tof April. wirn tlhe tourist
s 1.'.11dil.' expile-

A.N'vI-w oixford ties fr ladies just in
at Hill's
Ainlne the l ate arriv.ils at the Wal-
dron liHouse. are. Mr ;ill! Mr'. .1. E.
It-,i 1 St I .1 ,lii. M.ir. Hayilen and'
,I.in;h!,T. lCharlotte. .Miech.; .Mrs. Hen-
ilii,.k-. lii.ln,il)lIhi. lin : Mr. anda Mrs.
. I.. > l.d *.- 1Main.stihl, Olhio.: Mr. aud
M I-'. Tli,;.,- M.'ticaife anel two daught-
,-r-. St. I.,nii- Mlr aiid Mrs Ilt'-in M ins-
ti. e A. l a. is t th fr
Maind Ma.itliso, thb- famous daw r.
laniid te io small but enthusiastic' audi-
e i.-- at the i I I'rai House last week. On
Frills\ siite *I.-, ti i] effi-,ts% foit ti e Chin'e-i drama
alii a t ;-r,-.l the largerL tldiencei ith
t-r Larni-,. Many vlinv, an idea that these
a r.,- *,iit i-luiroprer but oIf the large audi-
tere, nolr.. lIbut what would have liked
to have ..-.n h,r in thle entire "wries.
Miss .Mn.lion miiay tee induced to appear


AN ANNOUNCEMENT.
Friik T. lPek's ei,'w spring goodA are
'nl" -' e ,ri isiect tioll. They are the
prt li i,-t and lahirgest a-sortl-n.llt lie hias


D. F. MORRISON


LondeaIOldIStand.


'"Phone 19.,
0OM~ 03jtO


lr"WA,.STi--Four competent and ex-
pe'rienced waitresses also chambermaid.
Apply at once. Seaside Inn. Dunklee &
I'ross. lProprs.. Goodall.
Among the recent arrivals at the Hotel
Despland we note, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E.
Daggett. Harrisburg. IPa.; SMr. and Mrs.
.1. Y. Calmpbell, Paxton. Ill.; Mr. and
Mrs. Jas. B. Seconmbe. Mr. and Mrs. H.
S. Puley. Gilinan. Ill.; Mrs. Lilian Bam-
nuim. andil tissiertrude Barnuln. llBrook.
lyrn.

The iel.Land Dramatic Club will soon
produce at the Operi House "The Private
ecwntary," of whic-h was put on in Dle-
Land aL few nights ago. to a -rjwded
iloue.. We have no doubt they will be
greeted with a crowded house., s both
its play aiinl comnlpany an good.

, Dr. .,jlin I.. (rawford. the secretary of
tiih.. died at Tiallahasmee last Friday
morning. anrd his death east a glooti
over thie c-ntire state. ltr. rawford's
son, HIo ii Clay I'rawford. has been
appointed Iy Ge governor Jennings to till
the Vl.vall y left b1y iiif father's death.


The literary delipairtimeint of the Ep-
worth i'*ag'e hiel its irgiular weekly
meeting Lint Mondav evening at the
home li Mr and Mrls. W. W. Austin on
Beach sfi-et. The progran ill was one of
real interest, taking on a t-ientifin. turn.
The company Slint a very itnten-'sting
time with a compound microw-ope fur-
nished for the occasion by Dr. Ea-ch. of
Seabrewze. Some of the popular slides
were a section of oak from the famous
"Charter Oak." one from a piece of tim-
ewr from the flag-ship "-Lawrence" com-
manded by the gallant Capt. Perry in
his famous engagement with the British
fleet on Lake Erie. Sept. 10. 1813.
Others were from specimneu of iniectl
life showing tlihe wonders of the micros-i
copic world. Refreshments. consisting I


W'Brain bread, the great brain devel*
oper and nerve builder, fresh eery day
at the Gramling Bakery.
A. Albenburg. of Milmaukee, and John
Wissing. of Sheboygan, two Wkcomela
citizens are stopping at the European.
Dr. John F. Rauken. who has been the
guest of his aunt. Mrs. JeBerson, for
the past couple of months, left Tuesday
for BrKookiyn, where he enters a hospital,
W'l Ifinish work for anmateurn on the
same fadelem paper I use for my prog
fesmional work. "-Aristo Pla-Uno"
prints do not fade. Harris Studio. P(ek
bhwk.

M. M. Godwin will shoe your horse or
mare;
Will call for them in the city anywhere,
Will return them in proper care;
Is an up-to-date shoer and will treat you
fair.



IMyLungs\


Mr.
May
Ohio.
Oa ks.


nnd Mrs. John W. Wagner and
Wagner arrived from Mansfield,
Monday and registered at The


Stationery
Books
Confectionery
Jewelry
Purses
Fishing Tackle
Basketa
Kodaks
Bike Supplies
DollAi


" 1,++


"A steck.ef I arie left e
wivthabadcoh. M dy saM
I had consumption. I the trie
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral sd it
cured me protly.
A. K. Randlks, Nekses, Ill

You forgot to buy a bot-
tle of Ayer's Cherry Pec-
toral when your cold frst
came on, so you let it run
along. Even now, with
all your hard coughing it
will not disappoint you.
There's a record of sixty
years to fall back on.


-Rt. Rev. Father W. J. Kenny, of Jack-
sonville. has been named as Bishop of St.
Angustine to succeed the late Bishop
MoIore.
Stetson U'niversity Quartette will ap-
pear at the Opera House on the evening
of February v22. in an excellent pro-
grammne.
Schuyler M. Cue and wife returned to
the Bennett House Thursday evening
from a trip to Delland and other points
in the interior.
C. H. Nelson. representing the Ballard
Medicine Co., of St. Louis, was in the
city Monday and favored this office with
a very pleasant call.
oingrssniman Davis has the sympathy
of the e'ntitV state in the lose of his* wife,
whose death occured at the Washington
home Sunday night.
I. W. Sears, of Sears. Roebuck & Co..
Chicago mail order firm, arrived to-day
and is at the Bennett louse with his
mother and two sisters.
Found: Last Saturday, on Beach
street a lap rolse. Owner can have same
byv eailling at this office, proving property
and paying for this notice.
i\'A few large plants of the James
.... -. L.... -.. .. .gl-- .1 .i r-


0-A


Mori*-Il*m limikfavi Itavoti, ths.


*. !*-'* "* -'."-l


$ 5, Trousere for.........................8$.98
4..50 ** ........................ 2.87
4 .. ........................ 3.13
3 .. ...................... 2.29
2 ** ...................... 1.37


t!irww1o mt i 1w ,i ato.


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!~ .p~'s~


Publishd Evry Satrday.

EDW. FITZGERALD, Pusumm.

SUCBSCPTION RATES:
S1.50 per Annum, Strictly in Advane.
Single Copu FIf W ont.
ADVERTISING RATES:
DiNply, 10e per Inch Each lsertion.
smdmar, lOr per Line Each Ineertion.


gWCommunication" on live topics of
joa l interest solicited. Anything per-
taminglto personal grievene or quarrel
wil not be published except over the
writer'sa ignature. and at our regular
advertising rate.

Estpned at tit 'os- toflice at. Daiytona.
Florida. s .S-ind (lamp Matter.

Saturday, Feb. i, i902.

PORT ORANGE NEWS.

PORT ORANGE. Jan. 30.-Mr. Brown.
of Cincinnati. Ohio. who has a winter
residence on Ridgewood avenue. Day-
tooa. called on friends in our village
on the way to inspect the worc he is
having done in his grove in Turn bull
Hammock. west of New Smyrna.
: edapt. '. H. Spencer stopped off
here nn his return from DeLand. to


"Tun EAsT CoAsT or ?LoIR9&
IS PARADbLS.RgAINquz.*


LULNA WC.UAT tILVAT.


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Eect Jamnuary 15, I
w Ml m0ml. i4nOlovsmll UP w...

I
Mp lISp 7#65s 940a Ly....Jaekonville....Ar 7I p 710p *9Op 7 T0s
.. ............. *a S.....So.Jee oBeon, l ..L L p .. .._ ......
.Up Ifp *"&loa .......astPl n.. p s op 10p 6 10
............. ...........p ... .. .. ...........
j l p o4ltop7p 1 9 o40a r4s ....... eatir a .... 4up 353Sp SI05 p e 64a,
S.. p ......... .... ..... .......
R f Spl047 p ........ SIa3ld... 1t0 47 p l 4 1p4p7a P
r NPpIOS DSlona 33p Sp 6 Up 489a _
S I p t lpl P ....... t .. ..... ., 4p p I4.
.12 0 8 7p .....1 l ip ....... NO irm byrn ...... .p .. 41......
iC 12 lpllp p I4tip ....... Ttnle.... 12,. 3ip 6 30p 412a l
6 i1 .2 47,1p 1.7 ....n.Titmwrlle 01 3t 0 IB6p l 'p.'
S.. .... ..... I% p ....... ... Cocot an ......... 1125i ..... ;
Iat 76 1pll1 Sp asp ........ oke .... .. 104 0l 1p 40p t511 2
....... p .. p ........ W htCitye........ lU ...... 4....p ......
.. p ..... t .......M Tiourne ........ U UIp I p lip ......
S... ....... 8p ........ Seb tlan ........ I1 s6 ...... ....... g
... ... .. ... p .........8 t. IoLU ie....... 10 47 ........ .......
6a a 7iU psMp So p 0 ....... Fort Pleroet....... lOOllop so00pl18a
....... .. ..... 6 tp p ........ W h te City ........ 10 M a .....................
....... ....... I p .......... T. ebball .......... 10 2 a ....... ....... .......
S ....... ....... 0 p ........... B den ........... 10 08M ....... ...... ......
........ I; ....... 6 X |> .......... jl mse n .......... 10 04 a ....... ....... .......
. ....... 4.5 ...... e ..........S8tui rt .......... 6 9 5 a ....... .............. --
56.25 1- ....... 7 7p ....... HopeSound ....... 9 2 ....... ....... .......
S ..... .... ....... up i r ..... ....... ...... .......
Al40 a .;E lip .lp Ar..WeatPalnmBeh .... 8 1alO4 a lp a0 p
5 Wa ,I-;- 4lip Zp Hotel Royl Poineman. 836al0 we il ip
20 a6(oia 1,.k Sp Sp LT ....Th'. Ieke...... a .a 1 .Oa : ,p Uip
S<5s (6->,a cle tSlp 30p Hotel Royal Poinciana 810lo10g0a lSplOp UpS
943a 615a l 4p Op 40p ....Weft Plm Beach. Ar 8 00a 10 lOs p lp 1 ;0
10IN a ... .. 0 p ....1 2A .....Boynton ..... Lv 7 25a ..................... f
100a .e.. ID C3i. ....Fortlanderdale .....6sa ....... ..... ..... 4400
11 6-a .. 10 -p ....... Lemon City .... 66a ................... t4 r
14a tlOa1lO, 0p.t p Ar .......Miami .. Lv 6boa 8 SallOOa 100p 4M00


Condensed Schbdule Between Jacksonville and St Augustine.
JACOBONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.


1 1 1 -I I I I I I I


drive out to Rose ayv. *i.'tl"' 7M *O.*fte.31jt -t .7t.43-oe-* -. M A..1.I
SI. Jacksonvill 9 ona 40s s I op 00pI 0p I p p
The card party Tuesday night wa- Ar.St. Aa.rustin.' al oa00a10lo 1 pl 1300p, 400,p slOp; 90pi lMpl lp
a very pleasant affair and was very ST. AUGUSTINE TO JACKSONVILLE.
much enjoyed hvy those present. Mrs.i I I I
S. M. Bang., was our hostes-. 74 .30N.Mb2
LA. t. Aiiruasti8e 4)a )a' 815a 8 Ms .110 lOa'll 4)a 560p 10 op sOp! S Op
Mr. Temple and Mr. Thomson re- Ar. Jaeksonvill-. T )a l ona 915&10o Nt>a 12 10a lt O0p 7 C0p 701p 7 30p, 90p
turned by rail from Rockledge where SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.
they left the boat, the rest of the -
party are comirnl home in the boat. JACKSONVILLE TO MAYPORT. PALATKA TO EAST PALATKA.


The carpenters have got the frame
of the second of the Dondinviile and
Baker houses,. partly up. Mr. Fair:
Is painting the tir-t one.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmarth, of Brook-
I %' N. arrived last week and have


STATI'\- N N. 095 'oft.1 7 4919ift.21
Lv. Jak-niII 1P *a 6 15ic900ila )l~
S. Jck& m- Ile 8 3a&!6 :3;.11e1 2 03 p
Pabi. lo efteh. io0a 6S40i1)a I ~
At lantic' Beach.; 9 1., z, 7 Oj 2Ii ta 5 p
Ar. Miaypoirt ,10ZO a 7 15 11ii e to 1 30 CD
XAYPORT TO JACKSONVILLE.


TATI.N1<. 1*N.47*N0.49 *t0.51 *N.63 "N0.67
iv. PmIaikak. a la-ll 1: a : iS 1 i3p S OB p
Ar.E.l"I't a a. S.all .Ca 22ip S1 p S6 p
EAST PALATKA TO PALATKA.
STATI, N'. *NO.46O *N.48 *N.50 *a.652 *N0.64
Lv.E.P'I tkH 43-i 1 45all1 4sa <47p 6 35p
A r- P li-. ll *9 a1l k1 14 a It 82n 2. 6 7 R A -


, -- 1... .- v ..... -.D -.e .-' '- a .8 307 p p U
gone into the Fozzard cottage on the Lv Mlayp ,rt ;a, I 4 4p 11 .sa BAN KATEO BRANCH.
river shore south of the Hotel. Atlantic Beach a, 5 00 p 11 45a ---
Pablo Beaoh a! 6a i 05 ptIll a *0.657 No.45 STATIONS. *No.40 *No.68
Mr. and Mrs. Doorance. of Wilks- Ar. Jacksonville. 7 W 5a 5 I7pU 30 p 6l 3 p 7 5 >i a I.v E P'mlatka .Ar, t i K-a 7 23 p
barrie. Pa.. arrived and are guests ANFORD B NCH San Mate. Lv h In 05p
of the Port Orange House. ORANGE CITY BRANCH.
Capt. '. Fozzard has purcha-.,d the ****.l STIS. l.12 No.3*N.1 STTO. *'e.2 --. 4
bhore, wagon and carriages which 7 I*a Lv........ Titusville ..........Ar 1 io0p
.w n w a ............ .Mini .............. I C7p 3 5F p Il 1" Lv N. sim yrnia. Ar 1 40p, 8 p
formerly belonged to C. McDaniel. a Wa .......... ost.ecn ............. 115 621 34p 11 'I1a ...i.ake Helen ... 13 6p': SIp
SM a Enterpriwe.......... 11 3;P o 4Sp II .S l, n ranitrCity 45 6 09 p
Miss Lena Sparkman entertained | 1a Ar saHntfr. ......... Lv 11 na 50p ii 4->aA\r or. City Lvi tp 00p
her young friends at a birthday party *Daily. Daily except Sunday. llainly except M,,nilav. 'Sunday olny.
Trains d) not stop at stations opposite which no tinl' is shown.
last Saturday afternoon. Thece Tin,' Tal-lps show the times at which trains may h e xp-.eted to arriveand depart
from th. several -tations,. but their arrival or departure at ihw times stared is not guaranteed,
Miss Virginia Bracey. of Bracty. nor does the Uomipauy hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences arising
Virginia, is visiting her cousin. Mrs. therefrom.
H. K. DuBois. and Miss Mabel Bracev. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami.
of DeLand. is also visiting her sister.
Mrs. DuBois. si iL'WBWlsN MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.


SEABREEZE NEWS.


Maud Madison danced to a good,
house Thursday night.
S The entertainment given by Mr.
Hale at the Wilman's Opera House.
last Saturday evening, for the benefit
of our school library fund, was well
attended. The impersonations of
Mr. Hale were much enjoyed by those
present.


Commencing January 6, lid2.
SLv. Miama, Mio.s.. Thurs....... .......11 p Lv. Nas.au., Weds., Sats................. 10 00
Ar. Nassau. Tues.. Fris................... 8 0) p| Ar. Miami, Thurs., Sun......... ........ 5 00
Commencing February 8. l P2
Lv. Miami. M.--., Wed=., Fria.............a3 p I Lv. Nastau, Tue,., Thurs. S.ts... ... .8 00 p
Ar Nassau. Tu-., Thur<., at.... .......6 80a Ar. Miami, Weds.. Fr .4 Suns........... 500
KIAX-mHAVANA DIRECT LINE.
Commencing January 1, 1292.
Lv. Miami. ,wi- W-.d. ................. 1 o1 p | I.v. Havana, Tlies..Frq ...... ...12 w, n'n
Ar. Havan.i. Mon... Thurs .............5 01p Ar. Miami. Weds.. W Sat .. ....
XIAXI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
ID. Miami. Mon., Wed Fri. ...... 11 o p Lv. Havana. Mon.. Wed .................2 30p
Ar. K Tey Wst. Tues.. Thurs 2Ht........ 2) pI Ar. Key We'st. Mon Wd .. .........9 SO p
Lv. Key We<.t. Tues.. Frl S.un........ 00 n't Lv. Key West, Tues.. Thurs., Sat ........ :3. p
Ar. Havana. W. Nat Mon ....... 8 a Ar. Miami, Wed., Fri.. Sin ......... .5 i00b
For eopy ,f I. wo;: T:nle Card iadress any Agent.
J. D. RAHNER, Aust. Gen. Pam. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.


OCE#N HOUSE,
F. W. SAlSM -* : PsptQ r
Rates: $2 and Upward; Sppcial to
Regular B de
NE'W MIIYNA, FLRIDA.

Thompson, m. ra.

High Grade Tailoring a Specialty.
Suite made to order for $18 and
up; Pants for $4 and upwardly.
cla... -- ..dItP.d -aat mass ftMe
Cottage Ave., rear of City Hotel.
DAYTOKA, FLORIDA.

WATrD--SIEVIRAL PXmDONx OF CEAR-
acter nnd good reputation in each state
(one in this county required) to repre-
sent and advertise old established
wealthy business house of solid financial
standing. 4Kalary $18.00 weekly with
expenses additional, all payable in cash
each Wednesday direct from head offices.
liorw and carriage furnished when nec-
eetn'ry. References. Enclose self-ad-
dlreied-staniped envelope. Manager,
:316i ('axton Building, Chicago.


She OAKS
Ileattifully 1.<-ated on RidgewoolM Ave..
I);aytona, Florida.
NO W OPEN TO G1EST'S.

A nvw houi. Iit, heatldthlirougtliUt Iy hoit
air. new fui'iilihing<. everytliinjg
to nimake giestm ~cndflllifrtablle.
Rates l.i.nsonable.

Mrs. George Silv nil. Prop.


rUhe Palms
i'hip; poplar- I thoie-i.like' boarding
h, mw ~iS s ,Imit iftilly sit uated hon
Bleach1 Street fueviig the Ilitlifnx


ihhe tiai li Iourad excellent. Thei
hioius is.b hlut thirt l clocks frori the-

I I he <|irh llah x i lil iit OlnI ll lil I
from t' ll l i h nu )RtIn t i so.ilac ile..
.1. M.A 'lIII'M. I'r'prhi .


'FURNISHINGS


We can furnish you

eveitydhig necessary to

put your rooms in a
readiness for tourists.

Call and get our


tSAl


Thirty trees have been donated to Jinr
our school by the Griflith Bros. th,
nursery and set out; these add much i ANTiIn:r the
to the appearance ot our school :if 4 R, e wii, te I .,n.I ifrMn ,.rfa l litv. u
s a wt>i., w,, \-i*ih to ,,,,l'n ill this vi,.init.y fu l
ground. II-'i "fun
IHere i a;i i eeelopiiniizrfer the I right l tan.t
A. S. Harroun, who has been quite Kindly giv ..oI riefir.n., i-ivi w~h vrit-
ill, is improving slowly. o ig.
M. L. Lambdin has been quite sick, THF: .\. T. A1 m llzi'. Wiioi. -. lii: IIoIs-i,
but we are glad to report he is better. t I Mrs. Robert Klutz, who has been IlItir;ited te talogu I ,t.-. --talii.p j
quite ill, is now much better. h It c -:NNIN j
We had the pleasure, last Sunday. THE PUINEE DRAMA ...
of listening to a very interesting ser-. THECHINESE DRMA \ ,,, .,.;
moo by D. J.. locker. of DeLand. --.-l,.I. Ih.c1 ,h
i A. llil opIr;i hl, |;l11, o lli; 1 1 \.;1>S
Ask our bachelors how they enjov j n-t.'.I iy thir il;irst hi 11 it,. ,, ..;. ill di:iti, ii S.tate il.iol [e"lrI|.ial I ui Is
surprise parties. son. ii \; ;I .e1ct t% -li m ltl
Tuesday night. about nine o'cloh k. that i" t iLt l ""l il i.. .i \\' r\ W>-S.i :i \I. l';l:-\i s o"r i ii li-
our neighborhood was startled i,\ the :T. hli' i ra,.- tr- ',,r I li.ke.i. ;lhiir ;.rt ringing of cow bells. blowing of lions. li iwiac d i l i. l X IhIn ,r I. ll. iii hi i st 1 i liitl i .
,-etit 'itih al, \',i' c.f cue1 ,tt1ileh.Titlt
beating of tin pans and tevtery imay- ,i h 'lrof.'ssio. il sn i til i.se s. T h ah \\, i.| l i..ie*'.. hti.ts,. ei .oeliel fitaiil i
liable noise. W e afterwardl l.vitd '1h:1 Iic'iters of tl Ih iij' ror. LI dnpulr,... Ko. -i iii n,. ,;il;ii.\ i ? .Isi \\veekla.\ ithi
this was a welcoming honie f t arrv iti ,-. ha., I*'\% tii I.i. I4 'i uni r I .... .uiik I l-i'' ;llioiiial. ;ill i el. it i ci .;.
Thompson and his bride. 0. 1Vi I..tg .olI 'a-.i. t ei t ,. li .' i; Ii -ll i l; I ir fill i,1 IelIt .-
T he w weekly card party %a held ".ly 'I ;l 'l' ..le i l it 4:-t iiih h -. ,i v.\ii e.. l:,,-q .l. ..lI -,.,
last W ednesday evening at Nlr>-. Ilar- it.. se song and iin ., \\ s l ; .ll ,. il. ; cI.. Iti ihlill,. Ihic.a._0.
rouns. 'very one elanjoy.l-c tieui.l. es ,
as usual. i
is tip ill eenig tuatihitelid cl I.- literarv
Miss E. Bardwell. who was called to !1 ffoinI. nil also f ti,, ti x,.cIlliit to tiiiIllr .(
fill the vacancy in our .-chool. is in which slShe- slit1aiui thi i. h lir-:i ctr of i f
boarding with Mrs It. Mallory. The the lauglht.-r. ThI. .biuttri.- htl .Iel-, of First Class Work
patrons of the school arc much LIiss .Milisioii. \\ ith ,l ,tr trial e'ffecti. t. \ 'ri;
pleased with the teacher.- thi i year. wa lippy aI tielin ti tlh I e.t i1ii- D T
tj rtaijinie jiry Ir, n.h, iothie i'i:ilnli, iul, ;ii,. to D iDaytona Steam
HOLLY HILL. rs<' LAUNDRY 4 ,
HOLLY HILL. Jan. 30.- On the 2kM i
a little girl stranger came to stay *Phone
with Mr. and Mrs. John Byne. A CHANGE NEEDED.
Mrs. Woodford and son. from 4'or.-
aecticut, came on Wednesday to l:l .i( ;'re:TI Nw.vi:- y i..
Holly Hill: they arestaY ine at W. H. nrl v yr- icort-i hv b
Heath's arA are much pleased wAith lSl' d gt lh, li ay t l ii'' / ha, -rtaiu
the intwal beauties of the place. lhits -l 'I' its. ill ('; if fire, th.lir ."'- -mi-- r
Theyexpect to remain about thtrwe 'lltci-n \,,ht J.-lirliz. ,onsi.erable '-]t
iot s lo er't"v. \it l h;t i ing.. "lll tihe lot,
-onth -> .,1 \v.,rf lii>:..'l..;n ,'. tT -,4 l 1;i\" % I.ain,?Ia. 14-ir t,, l^ti,-
On Saturday M rs. Rook expects to,i aiel ft. n I' ..1 ist e iI.doe-..blI. to liV tv e'
leave for her home in New YorK: sic et :i on 1;ij q1i,n i
has been about six weeks with us and r IIri I 'II I" A "
we all regret her depart tire.
The people on the launch Tomoka. The -iem- li .anhe.
up the river of that name. witnessed Thosee o the Amvustra tap.s who a rp
yesterday very pretty and rather: fond or singing the chnrms of the-blolue .
uncommon sight. a deer swimming; Danube" Awere recently disnppolnted to
across the water: the boat came i bear of the investigations of a certain POSTl:l ON ItREAI
within twenty feet of him. when he German scientist. This man watched at.'1everything lse ii ndle of flour. Know
got into shallow water and was soon h the big river for n whole year. giving .how to inmake rtood hirvad--xil!.ut
lost to view. to his studies in hour every morning. IRtlE.D I


and never fail to vroeelii> thnr Lindl


'.5 3.


' Wzinus vemhucrinLmuuA IFUEALYT


lrull supply of al kinds of lbetri*l
a--ees- sand supplies always on bad.

Spedi AttMsm to Marae Work.


Seesmas ono~mng, Dayts., PIe


Daytona Ice Co.
WM. WaIcsN, Manager.


PURE ICE
Made from Distilled Water.


Magnolia Avenuo and Railsoad


J. A. ERICKSON

Ha in big lot tof llurness. Collars.
]lnatlh r Strip ;lii Pd I'nrt?. .Just
nr.eivild Hlirn esM$i'..3o0iian iii UlWrds.
N % v. ewinIg M.a.hines ffor i lI; itnIl
UIlw;irIls. I si'i fiurnish you \ itlih
1"v kiil ll f i \\ ing miil.4lhille.


Your Patronage Solicitod.


N. ERICKSON,
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.


Dloei rs '11141 1%ili S'.ic1.9--1.Picture
NIMtlelqiiijrs madii..- te,,ii Alrl.' kinds of
Furiiititii.l. htjjairiiitt *cii eu Icct ativei


I O
'"You can fool all the people some
of the time, and some of the
people all the time; but you
can't fool all the people all the
time."
WE DON'T want you fooled
any of the time.


Low priced paint will always fool you.
It may look well when first put
on but will not last. It costs as
much to put on a l.oor paint as
it does a g<-,d one.


ces on anything in

Line of hardware,

nature, etc.


SHERWIN- WILLIAMS
H Niver & Son, PIars
are made to fool no
I RNITllRI. K.\ R)W.\ lI1 ain are honest Pain.ts for
I NIDET.KIN., ple. They cover moe,


A. BIRCHWOOD,


Northern and Western


.MEATS

Poultry. Etc.


rtona.


one. They
honest peo-
st, look best,


wear longest, are ictst economic
cal, and al-iars fu! l weasurc.
SOLD BY
Bingham & Maley.


HEADACHE

k ^-----^-1^V


he Northern

MEAT MARKET


Ablm tetbd Whieys.
-. ;Nff. C.
Our Speelal bda e fte ......A S i mWa t eCmek Bye very old, fine........3
-" wtla'W1co* Cmwhey. 1 liWL.... l apeB aa ...'................*. .*......... 2
." -. ** i gtan..'..-I a llekV nMW a ................. ............1t 7
,, *- oM. imo m lt .i0.. MdGaimn.................................. s
exm l elset............ eM tew ad aum.......... ..............s.. w,
Yearold cora ............................... Apple Brandy ..............................".a0
"Hnntig Creek" Rye ......................1 ** mleetqualty........ ........t2
** 3yew old........ .........20 PEt eb randy....... .......... .............. 2 0
When writing pleae mention this paper. 31


"SANM IlATE" The Natimn's
I IU Best Cigar.


It's all Florida.
Why buy imported cigars. mnide from heiuvy- tropietil tobacco, doctored with opium
and other drugs, whet, you ian Ih ive their, pu- Floriai leanf at a flve-cent pri e?
Box of 237..................$1"""FREEBY MAILTO ANY ADDRESS.
Rox 4 of 50.........*..Y.TA1.7.j YY

S. W. ROWLEY. San Mateo, Florida.



RACKET STORE


illif.-"M sho.s. sizes. to, 1. .1ftl.air pri .. l.. r. i ?. w onu.ilyv.............$1.25
M isms '" slh s. hizs 1{ t1 o : 2. ir.u2l.ir ip ri., ikl.2o,. ijV> .......................90
<'hild ln'f O xfio l's..'l lo ,s. I.- l. pi i,',' r n, it)\% ....................35
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GEORGE M, RAY.




NORMAN S. DAYTON,


LUMBER

Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA. l




V R .\1 XM \ I-'-%TII.or iS I 1H; (I;l.\DE
,s Moss and Fiber Mattresses
lh<.ilhir ii. ll Iin l a H ind I iiriiiiur,. ;ii i uv,.-.
l' l vr ll. ,it. I l. It 'lli.ii all. I. .-i Good a .f New.
I'-olld .\vn'. opposite S ii ilt iinI. I ho l I rA'roNA. FF0Ai.W1 A.



HALIFAX WAGON WORKS J


BOND & BOND
(IN-M 'I 1; \' 1 ; '


Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,

Flooring, Siding, Ceiling.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
'Phone 8.1
Offices and Yards: Ea.st Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malbv. Manager


Florida.


JOS. OSBORNE,

nitary Plumbing &!

Gasfitting.


imiv., Fm iitshlw..el. 'ttck I iuaraii iee I J. L. Oduiri, Proprietor.
P'. I I t-c-X 2N lTIieis :ri'---t Mai .ket S, ,;tIt c I ) i c mik dlla IlIf

Dartona. Fla.ti t-titN.a?.


Do You Smoke?


We.I. tl.en you like
I'igas.. Youl will find
tiniest qin liti*s. a nnd
largest aUNortiment at

City Hotel.


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This Space Will Be Filled Next Week.


.11.I1. NIi. it Ielw in. IlIroprieti )r.


Fine Wagons
and Carriages.


General Blacksmithing and Repairing.
SCIENTIFIC HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
"hop onl A .i ., 17 1,\ .\ i' l.'.\.


25 Dis 25c.


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S. H. GOVE,
Architect, Builder
and Contractor. 0P
i-esidenme and offlie. northeast iorier of
Itidgewood anil Volusia aveiinues.
'Phone 89. DAYTONA, FLA


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ITH N Ladies'and Gen ;
|IMITH & X [FPurnighingl NOUw .4F LAUNCH
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SHOES!


SHOES!


SHOES!


"Cblunmb0ia


SHOES!


We hare a lot at rhildnrva.' :nd mi Pe hoe~.from 6Z centau to $1.27) Our line i t ii mi '"14114 Ios range front $1.00
to $2. S0-can~t be beat in the "it v.

GLOVES ANDSOUVENIRS.
We linv.' in. gloves '2"'o,- WOtlt at Ones, to the fine -dress k i-I aind 1 We vil:rp-i.- i t- t and1 (t ia.'i'winter goods
itet We h4u K~Ciave souve~,nir ispoons.soa, o I es htji.L'. ltj l. 114 I T-ayvtona~.-


Call and Examine Our Stock.


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Fare for Round Trip $1.00.


Launch "Yankee Doodle" for Charter.


NORTH BEACH ST.
ISmith & Son, DAYTONA.


COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
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THAT LICENSE TAX. ,/THE CITY CAUCUS.
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EATING AT NIGHT.
If Jodiciously Done. It Will Help to
Wake You Fat.
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Not \V lia t H e Meant at All.




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McCOY BROTHERS


1 .@ ~ ~&rir' ~


DAYTONA TRANSFER CO.


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Rubber Tire Carriages. :.I



Telephone 27


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Centrally sand
Pleasantsvp Located


LDcspIaz4P


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SCHMIDT'S VILLA


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Ove4 rloiok'ing the Halifax Ritfwr


,nit. hot.'! .miuan dsii.a naaet at 0ae94M *
*i#-w iii *ve-r v alirft-tion and i 3 l
1,Ie:t it mI. v an fI)w foud in the u*~
it is iotalv 4one mtile' fromssi bP
'111d is .'eaaaVO;aiant it to thedi@
~Imo'tollive. .rlilln'hl#-4 findi public whoab.
'a-- 'tllv14roimals than any other M44.
int11 iflw. Itah tluinraa)n d, laraltorlui.


ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES. CUisINE UUW 'I ***I 1
Rates, $2.50 per Datys $10 per Welek- amn UVW*'8.
Henry Schmidt. Pai p ietor, Daytona, Fla.


BENNETT HOUSE
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Daytona, Florida.


STANLEY HOUSE


Terms: $7 to $9 per WeeK.
Daytona, Florida.


rrowell's Cea3 (a 1$ tage Line THE WHITE HOUSE


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All Calls Given Prompt Attention.


Fiano Movilig a Specl.-ity.


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C. A. Steele (U. Co.


S, .R. ,/., \\, e I l..: l.ll:Il l:Z 1-'L.\. I

Renovated and Newly Furnished.


.%. 1'. Il.ARNETT-IManagar.


GRA. ATLANTIC HOTEL
1',ir rilv tr I1,lly I. nn)
Daytona, Florida.
Opens December Ist.
T ri.;- | |i,, l, r] vi.. 14i. 1t,,1,.,, il nh I ,I 1.l r, to do1 ilple irts size ; af omo-
1l :1> l, 1i 'II' I- II. i i.I- 1 1.', n u ri i, -f d Il h IIIl Ilc,',ratte l: l. l 'ctrici lightedl and
1i, ,,'n hl ht.;i-.,l: l.i I,; i h ,il m ol .n imkiiil ri Eiims. nii\w l h li'"' Iarlor and
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l.' ii ;111,I ,-.,, lih i. i' l_ \, .imIl';,-. : i>" i| li. a tinu l li-hinig frimi wi r ow n pier.
I,. nil,... ,,.l ;.r i.... 1 Jas. H. Johnson & Sons, rla.ger


THE PALMETTO


C.O.CHAMBERLIN. PROP


Now Open


I 241141 .4,4. AI'444'4' i''~.1 II.


C.:nJ'2AC:',cle
IL1TVID-'RY. 6,;z N? Nei -~4v


T. L. RODGERS, Proprietor.


-.- Private Board


Season 1902


TA B
starting in the feet or ankles
comes from a weak or diseased ...
heart--a heart that cannot keep
up the circulation. The blood ..,,i,,
then settles in the lower limbs ,
where the watery portions ooze r -
out into surrounding tissues '
causing bloat and swelling. r "
The heart must be strengthened ,. .
and built up before the dropsy
can be cured to stay; and the .
best of all heart medicines is M,
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. -
S\\ ,, : .. ,-?..'
"I bad palpitation. slhortnes T i
of breath, pain in heart. swelling .
of feet and ankles, hungry spells
an d w owmnied to mv bed and '


easy chair. A few bottles of Dr.
Miles' Heart Cure made me welL "
KMs. C. OSBORyE, Clyde, 0.

Dr. Miles'

Heart Cate
gives new strength to the heart,
regulates the circulation, stimu-
lates digestion and restores


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ROY P. BARKER,


WilmaFs


Opera


House


EVEN'G RrV eb rua' Fr7t h



To be Reser ved FceOr Februarv First at
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.Irs J B Parkinson. Ia. t..ai; l lii.la


Seaside Inn


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FOUNTAIN CITY PHARfIACY.
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Perfumery and Fancy ToiJft Articles.


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WALLACE'S CURIO and
NOVELTY STORE v g T,.h.. ..,..,,n ,,

The Only Genuine Curio


We are offering as an Advertisement L%

AN ALUMINUM PIN TRAY

with a view of Daytona on it with each

Purchase of $1.oo or Over


Dropsy


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NOW OPEN


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Afondayp. We.dfne-1.1 'V' INew S ym f II:) );%
Friday tr'ips an- I:! .. irT y1fa I 1'9 41) 1.11

Trhe Columbiiia w~ill gkv Yi 111, :1 4 t 1 i *1:11i ;Iv4)" her bo t I.t TI
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IThre'would lie time enough for all
Ind m DA~a that *aftrwapd, she told herself, and
g* 5 % I IU& < that, too, was the message she sent

She leaned forward to caress a
Wiy M On Man rose that blossomed just beyond the
and Loved Another. green shutter, and then she saw him
S-Seymour-riding slowly down the
SByi KATHRYN JAROE. trail. A sudden rush of blood from
-------- ----- her heart to her head deprived it of
all sense, of all reason. He had
here were two of them in her come! He would save "her! That
fi-one, herlover, was a man of was the message that flashed along
her own class, the son of a neigh- the crimson stream. He was on his
hi.hng farmer; the other was an 'way to the tryst under the great
hglishman gentleman. cathedral trees. She must meet
One toiled from the pale gray him there.
and ink dawn to the dull, leaden With feverish fingers she dressed,
darkness trying to extract a living rejoicing in the pretty details of her
darkness rying to extract a living traveling gown. Were they not all
for himself and his bride from the imHad she not known all
ht en for him? Had she not known all
barren hillside farm; the other -the time in reality that they were
played some twenty laborers to for him? Poor Jim! But he would
beautify the grounds about his sum- y d-
mt ehome on the crest of the ridge. g et over it. They always did, and-
One had given his heart and soul She stopped suddenly and looked in
into Angele Delamater s hands and the glass at the scarlet lip brilliant
accounted himself blessed when she as Japan's quince blossoms, at the
accntedhimself blessed heblue black hair so like the summer
hbad placidly accepted his gifts; the night. A quick rush of tears dim-
other had noted her carelely, ed allthe vision. Poor little moth-
thought her a pretty girl, told her e! Would se get over it ?
so more or less directly and, quite The girl tore a scrap of paper
unwittingly be it said, awakened the from the girlox that had held the wed-
love that had never been aroused by rding hat and ote a hurried note to
Jim Thorne's appeals her mother. Then once more she
And the wedding day was creep- went to the window. The fog was
ilg nearer and nearer, while the again shutting down and enveloping
glamour of the rich Englishman like a bridal veil the green trees un-
was enshrouding her in its filmy der which even now Seymour must
be waiting for her. hurry! She
Only eight or ten times had she be waiting for her. She
;must hurry to him.
ee him. -The first time, perhaps And then she saw that Seymour
the second, even the third, had himself was standing by the gate
made little impress on her mind. that her father was walking
He was as far removed from her as downthe path, his ong white hair
the hilltop pines were distant from gleamin like silver. Courteously
the scrub oaks and chaparral of her enough the Enlihman greeted l
future home. enough the Englishman greeted
came the day when e drew him, adding: "About that boundary
Then came the day when lie drew 0 Delamater. Couldn't you
rein at her father's gate to speak to come with me now to look over the
the old man about a boundary fence. land? We may as well come to
Angele, pummeling her bread by terms about it tday ."
the open window, listened to the "But not today The old French
well modulated voice. So different ie ad lost its crin
from Jim's-that was the first peasant's voice had lost its cringing
thought that occurred to her. In tone in his broadening American
thought to her fat occurred to he life, but he understood that the rich
awer to her fathers calllaowner knew nothing, cared
them the outline map of the farm, nothing, ab out the personal affairs
and Seymour sprang from his horse, of the poor. Still he explained, "It
coming half way up the walk to take is Angele's-it is my daughter's
the papers from her, for the sun was wedding day, and"-
hot, so he said. "Oh, Miss Angy's wedding day.
She wore no hat, and the blister- urel I had forgotten." Seymour's
rays would bur hefe tone held a note that might almost
hair-what was it that he did say have been an apology, so kindiv were
or suggest? His own head was un- have been an apology, so kindly were
or snt ? His8 own head as tin- his feelings toward these his poor
covered while he spoke to her, and his feelings toward these business has
he looked like some glorious blond neighbors. Of course business has
ginat-like the golden haired knight no place today. Give my best wishes
of her hildhooddreto the hrido. Thorne is a fine fel-
Who had ever thuo t of sa low, I think, and I am sure that
Who had ever thought of saving s Dclamater and von are both to
her a step, of sheltering her from congratulated
the'ordinary sunlightof her hills?be congratulated.
Not her father, not her brothers, He rode awa into the fog, never
not Jim. glancing at the shutter behind
The next time she met him sie which the white face was hidden,
was carrying soext tme brilliant scarletnever dreaming that in the bride's
w, carrying some brilliant scarwondert heart or mind there was place or
.quince blossoms, and wat wonder thought for him.
ws it that he compared the ltvid though for hi
blossoms with the living scarlet lis The lres and penates in the lit-
ablooms with the living scarlet tie white room watched her throughls
above them. her half hour of agony. through her
Then it was, too, that he told her hour of agony through saw her
that the night before as he lay in hour of onquet,and then aw her
his hammock watching the moon pass out from among them forever,
i h o w n th ready to fa.e her little world, ready
slip out from the entangling arms
of the pines lie had remembered to take up the honest burden o.
that her hair matched the marvel- life.
ous blue black of the night sky. lThe ceremony was over, the toasts a
e had thought of her up there in were all drunk and the bride had o
hi'wonderful home! He had re- driven away. S.,wh a fine wedding! i
msbered her l remembered how Such a pretty hri!e! These were 1
she looked! Could her imagination the comments of the siml0e ountry t
do otherwise than run mad riot ? folk, and only the mother eves had
The next meetings, quite acci- sen the pain and, seeing it, had
dental on his part, carefully plan- known that her uneasyv fears had
med on hers, were in the redwood been realities; that Angele had mar-
eircle through which the trail ran, ried the one, loving the other with a
from which it dropped down the her whole heart. lhrouh a rain
mady slope to Ben Lomond. There of tears she watched the dust cloud f
were few words spoken, but these move slowly down the mountain un-
the girl's heart translated into its til it mingled with the fog cloud, t
own language and in so doing en- and then she turned into her own t
eloped them in wondrous beauty. room and on her knees by her bed w
Her mind, hearing only through her prayed for help for her child. To w
heart, was quite unconscious of the her there .ngele 's note. written in r
matter of fact, commonplace phras- fierce. impossible jo. forgotten in a
es. It heard only love. intolvralle anguish was brought:
When the wedding rnin i Oh. mo:hpr little mother! I am going
e W ng morning dawn- away with the man I love. The other was
ed, the Delamater farm was envel- al a mnii.takc. Nothing but misery could


in a sea fog. The sun stretch- have come out of it: nothing but joy will h
himself lazily o the hills, | come from this. You will know that I am
himself lazlyover the hills, and right in time. ANOGEL. r
slowly the mist withdrew into the The mother's e,'-- read, and the o
canyons, valiantly held a hillside another's heart wao comforted.-San P
for a moment and then scurried Francisco Argonaut. d
back in undignified retreat. But P
vanquished it would not be, and all Stars We Can't See.
around its masses stood in close ar- To the average eve not more than d
ray. The farm itself, encircled 5,000 stars arc visible. Some per-
with roses that gave place in ever sons having extraordinarily strong m
widening rings to blossom laden or- eyes can see about 8,000 stars.
ebards, seemed an oasis in the gnarl- through the Lick telescope and oth- d
ed and rugged hillsides on which it er powerful instruments about 50,-
lay. 000,000 stars are visible. There are
Angele,.a dull, only partially com- believed to be stars in existence be- g
rehended misery in her heart, was yond the reach of any telescope yet
d ing for the ceremony. She had constructed.
ked to be left quite alone in her
I Ntla white room on this last morn- A Pecli.ar (asteo-. ir
whi at home, and now she stood by At Venice when any one dies it la the r
the window, looking out blankly at custom t fix a placard before the dead le
t window, looking out blankly at person's house, as well as in adjacent
the white, misty wall that shut out streets, as a sort of public notice. stat a
the view of the vineyard hcme to ing his name, age. place of birth and a
which she was so soon to go and the the illness from which he died. affirm-
columned verandas of Seymour's ng also that be received the holy sacra. in
house. ments. ded a good Christian and r-. gi
She was listening, too, half heart- questing the pra3vrs of the faithful. t(
edly to the sounds below-to the ev
mother and sisters busing them- ..- s are queer birds." s d the c
selves about the preparations for landlady. "'i had one here who could t
the wedding feast. She heard her bear grass growing and understand
father talking to Jim-to Jim, who what crickets were talking about, but in


had driven over early, hoping to see
her, hoping that he could find words
in which to tell her all that lie want-
ed to say-to tell her all that he
longed for in life was to make her
happy; that even now lie would give
hei un if she did not feel that she
could be content with him.
FoP r lu *ihi h .-* th..-:.h- 1 c- I


I never co ltl get h.iml to hear me wbes
I asked him to pay his bill or under-
statnd a hint that ihe'd better move.
even though It was spoken in plala'
Eniilish."-iariein L.ife.
1tutigeiher TOwo Hoseit.
."'\.s J/,: I hIvf lit pocketbook under
y I ,- irl surely an
"! 1 "u'li l -,'rr:iut girl Is surely an


PfITSBURG MILUONAIRES.
Stores Illustrating the Rivalry That
xtsets Among Them.
The development of the steel in-
dustry has made Pittsburg a town
of millionaires, and most of them
are men who started without a cent.
Of course the fact that they have
become wealthy by their own ef-
forts is greatly to their credit, but
it does not help them in spending
their money. Besides, there is a
great deal of rivalry among them
and much striving to outdo each
other.
A story is told of two rival men
of millions who have fine houses in
Pittsburg's Fifth avenue. One of
the rich men heard that the other
was having two electric elevators
installed in his house. He tele-
graphed to a New York firm for four
house elevators. A man was sent
out to draw the plans.
"But where on earth are you go-
ing to put all these elevators?" lie
asked in amazement when he looked
over the architect's plans.
"I don't care where you put
them," replied the rich man. "Put
them anywhere, but put them. Smith
has got two elevators in his new
house, and I'm going to go him two
better."
One of the richest Pittsburgers
was in the smoking room of a Pull-
man car recently when the son of a
rich friend entered and took a seat
near him.
"My boy," said the old man, "do
you know that there was once a
time when I positively envied your
father?"
The young man was pleased, for
the old man was richer by three or
four millions than his father.
"And wh,'n was that ?" lie asked,
smiling.
"Well. it was a long time ago.
You see, I was working in a ditch,
shoveling dirt, for $1.50 a day.
Your father was working in the
same ditch, but he got $1.75."
The youth no longer smiled, for
he has been trying all his life to
forget that his father once worked
with his hands.-New York Trib-
une.


Too Much of a Good Thing.
An old clergyman kept his stock
of sermons in a pile in the vestry,
and it was his custom to preach the
uppermost one and then to place it
at the bottom of the pile. Being ab-
sent one Sunday, a brother clergy-
man officiated, but he was horrified
to find that lie had left his sermon
at home. On looking round, howev-
er, he saw this pile of sermons and
took the one from the bottom, as lie
thought it would be the oldest.
When the service was over, hie plac-
ed the serpion on the top of the pile.
Next Sunday the rector preached
Lhe sermon which was on the top of
Ihe heap, as was his custom. When
lie was leaving the church, lie asked
the sexton what he thought of the
sermon and was shocked with the
following reply: "Well, it was good,
sir, and after hearing it for three
Sunday we ha\e it off by heart."

A Lazy King.
George IV. was a mere puppet of
l king. His servants came in to
open his window curtains at 6 or 7
n the morning. lIe breakfasted in
ed, read the morning newspapers
through, transacted what business
was brought to him and then took
long doze of three or four hours.
At 6 in the afternoon he rose, dress-
ed for dinner and returned to bed
Lgain between 10 and 11.
Being unable to sleep much, he
found pleasure in ringing for the
ervants, ringing his bell forty
times a night. If he wished to know
he hour, instead of looking at his
watch he rung for a servant. If he
fished a glass of water, instead of
.aching his hand for it he rung
gain for a servant.
Too Late.
The neatness of the New England
housekeeper is a matter of common
emark, and husbands in that part
f the country are supposed to ap-
reciate their advantages. A bit of
dialogue reported by a New York
paper shows, however, that there
iay be another side to the matter.
"Martha, have you wiped the sink
ry yet?" asked the farmer as he
nade the final preparations for the
eight.
"Yes, Josiah," she replied. "Why
o you ask ?"
'Well, I did want a drink, but I
uess I can get along till morning."


A Warning.
An English clergyman who was
nuch given to telling wonderful sto-
ies of his own adventures was to
;cture on his travels in Norway
nd invited a brother clergyman to
seat on the platform.
"I shall be happy to accept your
ivitation," wrote the brother cler-
yman, "and shall listen with in-
erest to all you have to say, but
very lie you tell I shall give a
ough, and for goodness' sake don't
ct the audience be mistaken into
thinking I have contracted a gallop-
ig consumption."


Constipation
Does your head ache? Pain
back of your eyes? Bad
taste in your mouth? It's
your liver! Ayer's Pills are
iver pills. They cure consti-


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pLANT SYSTEM

The Great Through Car Line from Florida--C, nnmetions:
S The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charleston, Iti64lnion1 d
TO THE l l and Washington.
TI. HJEast The Southern Railway, viaH avannah, Columnbia and
Washington.
T The Southern Ry. via Jesup, Atlanta and Chatta'gfo
TO THE The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
WVt The Southern Ry. via Savannah,. Columbia, Ash~ville
The:Mobile & Ohio R. R. via montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship eomipny for
TO THE New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
E-ast I Via Savannah and merchants ahd Miners Transipr
station company for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and stenamers for New York. BIaltinmors
and Washington.
To Key West and Havanavia Peninsular and Occidental Steannship Company.
To Nova &eotia. Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island viai Boston and Canada.
Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax,. lawkesibury and C'harlottestown.
Winter Tourist Tickets
will le on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern. WsWtern and nSouthern States to
all Florida resorts. via the Plant System during the season il, 19o.2, linmiteil ito
return until May 21st, with the liberal stop-over privileges in Florida.
Addremees of parties in the North sent to the uindersigned will I n lilwrally suip-
plied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information an to rates, sleeping ear reservations. etr., call on. or write t
F. M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent, 138 West Bay St...laekmonville. Florida.
W. B. DENHAM. General Superintendent, It. W. WtENN. Pass. Traffic Man..
Savannah, Ga. Savannaihl. (a.




I SEABOARD
!f


Air Line Railway.


CAPITAL CITY ROUTE


The Shortest Route.


lDouble Daily ervie, Inclinding Sundays to
*SAVANNAH. COLI'MBIA. CAMlDEN, SOITIIERN PINES. RItMli MNID,
WASHINGTON. BALTIMORE. PHIIL.tA.II.l'lI.\ andl NEW Y with THROI'lGH PI'LLM.AN SI.EI'EEtS. It is thi- tnly I.in.e Liem.ratiiin
* IDaily Throughl' Pullman (Car Servi.e Il.twtIIn.inl..Iovi\ Illt n .i1l New I 'hrl.ans.
* 0
* For furt her information write to
S A. .MaiDONELL,. Ast. Gen. P'a.s. Agent. .IJaksonville. Florida.
* R. E. L. BI 'NCI, lien. Pass. Agent, Portsnioith. Vi.
J. M. BARR. First Vice-lresident and General iManager, Portsmnouth. V.


I had lwen troubled ayvear. off midl on. with ,.nstiplatioi. liil-
ioilusesw and sick heiada-hes. Nothligiig se .ieel io tI li iie ily e 'Yool.
One day a friendnasked me what tIe troitille was. Wh.lln I 1, id
him lhe recomnmendedl.Rl'P-.A-N'S Tabiule. That eveniiigI g ot a
box, and after tl' se.i.ondo l)x I I Mgan tI f.l so min-chi rlief thliat I
kept on with them. I liinv Ripanl Taibul's ail\wa;s iin t ii ,lioisu
lnow all atrr'y n'paukaige oif them in my ioi.-kt.


4 )iln giy'ives el 'I-l.


At druggists.
The Five-Cent lpacket is enough for aill ordinary oi.nision.
The family bottle. (i) ents. t oiIIt iins a;
sUmipply for a year.



Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.
DIXIEE FLYER RO(ITE"
Only Morning Train from Jacksoville to the West.


No. 2 No. 4 Stailions
7:2.5 ain......... :L:.'5 a1n Lv.............. ieAkonville ......... Ar
10:55a ml......... 11 :1 pi Ar...........a..lVaiosta............ Lv
4:141 p in......... SA: pin l ...... .........avon......... Lv....... .v
7:45 pin......... 7:25', ammi r................Itlanta.......Lv....... v
1 :(0i : 1ii......... 1 :( l pni Ar.........C(' ;iattanlloog .......... L v
6:40 ami ......... 6:55 pini Ar.............. N shvill............. Lv
12:0 1 pin.........I 1:40 pin Ar.................lartin................ L v
7:24 pin......... ;:.'2 : in Ar...........S..St. Loui............... v
10:041 iiin .Ar I.Chiig;igo 1,L
12:40 pin ......... 2:3t0 I a I A '............i ivill#............ Iv
4:15 pin......... 7:2f imil .\r.........i.... cininm ti............ .v
......................... 9 : i. 0 im A l ...... ........ 'h i

No. 3
7:50
4:3.5
S:30
3:00
::(0)
l.:1.
51:15
1l: 15


No. I
am......... M:304 pni
am ......... ::00 pni
pm .........11:25 auni
pn ......... 7:51 Iani
pm ......... 3:1 aniii
aim ......... 9:301 imI
ani ......... 3:47 pinm
pimn......... ;t< .1111


i:li pin
:01 i l ......... -: I lii
11:1 pill....... I I ml i lii
7 :04> i li .........................


No. 4-Dixie Flyer-4'arries !I'iliiii Il'iaw iaig l. ,:ii Iiiff.'lt SlCpair~ l';itrs.
Jacksmonville to St. Louis and .la ksonlvill, to Cliit4,' itioilit ihtiituiM. iiii kiiis i
direct colinetiot n at Nashliville with sileepii <.icr' i'. [ ll .mi'Vill', ;iiil l :idiiIinir;ti.
Only stops at following A. V. & W. astahtio(msi: IraftnmrdI. lSixte'r aniiVl ;iruo.
Through coaiihet between Jhcwk.sonville midi Maiton.
No. 2-DHay Exprs-Stopsat all A.. & sta. & tiii ke lir.-t '
lnectionm for all points lWent and N crthwest. vi 4 itlh Cordl,-I ilnil M.idafm.
Conne-t ions miiad4e at .Iacksjnville v\itli all (iirllith ioiud! tratin- ;irl
Air Line aind Florida East Coast lt.s.
E. II. BARNES. (Y1en. Sup't. ~) I'll'CK ETT. Cii. I'.T'T. gt.


ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD


To St. Louis and Chicago

Pullmhnan Palace Sleeping Curs from .Jacksloivillh. in St. Luii. ;il i, ( i .;a>,, ,.
leaving Jacksonville daily ait t 1 vi.t th.i iii iii,

Dixie Flyer Route


MALLOF

LINES 0

Through tickets to New York, Phila
New.v Hlavtn, New I>London, Stol
P'rovidenve, Fall River. Boston and


idYi tg
nI .'oo


ALL NORTHERN POINTS
at rates LOWER TIAN VIA ANY (OTHER INE. Three twaer
trains every Thurs.ayv. leaving .hiiksinville as follows:
Via the Sea Islands........................10:10 a.m. (MAetropolitan Limited.)
Via Plant Svstemmn................. ...... :15 p. mn.
Via S.-lmbouard Air Lill.... ............... 7:10 p.m. ((Fast .Mail.)
Pl'iwnigers l av DI)aytonai "5:2 an amnil
31:22 pin,. niaking clod1 connections.
For illustrate'l nimatter, dliagramnis. nrservations. thi

W. DXAT~ .Jaukstminiillo'. Florida~.


(;so. II. Clark. Lo.-ail gentmn, l);iy.toini. Fla.


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NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry



Western & Atlantic Railroad.


DIXIEIE FLYER ROUTE"


DOUBLE IDA I LY (CONNECTl(IONS. 111h ',1rim w- im TRAINS TIo
DNA Il S I 1,1. E
C INC INNATI
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Cfui"/u7 Iuiu vPlJ',li'an IE"4i/hd lpIff"i;t Ser.1of.l~k.-C101islle N S

Fo r iniformmat io n rtlat i e 14) I Atf-S. ..oIe1-1 liii 14..40- fo.'Ii hs.i ~wI. rSer*Vam t i(ns, W~rite to)
1'. E. I IA 1131.1N. Gen.t.P ass A.vo~pit. Ti i31 M. D I.II E. 'Elai. Pasms. Agent
If. U'. 531 IT' i-a.*lmate ii .Naisi~ville.Te ronn. -


Tri-Weekly Sailings

JACKSON VT-T- and NEW YORK.
'oillin- ait Cliirlstoli .. both \Wv;ia .
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
I fin,'t S .rvi,' x.! \\,..I.l
JACKSONVILLE, BOSToN AND PROVIDENCE,
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
.4 Illin,"l ;lt .-ihe lr,-'t lli I h. \\;1 '-.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILIN(i5.


SFaathbound
Northbound .


From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
trom foot Catherine street, Jacksonville


CLYD)E'S S'T. JOIN'S IIVER LINE.

Between Jacksonville and Sanford
STl l''1IN; ATI I'L..ATKA. ASTOI ST "i I' NlA I.ItESI'O lllt. (Il. IniL )
II1 "l1 SPI IlN. ;,S ;iin l liiltiii,.liiii, I..e i,!L iii ~- ,n STr..I IINS ,i 1 ..',,.


S City of Jacksonville,
( Al'T. \V. \ S11 ,.
l- .\l'lro i.r Ta \ 11, ]O 1 11. I >\\ .
Leaves Jackson vii'. 2 ( ur. kndays, Tuesdays and Thur-das
Leaves Sanford 9:30 a. m Mondays, Wednesdays anJ Fridays
,' ill hl lib lli SI 11 1:e 1 1.1;

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3 : l ................ .......... ...... I i i
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I~vlo'aotill
2:f H .:1) ;ail
s-oo Pl)lm
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General Passenger and Ticket office,
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

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I'9 Si t i.2'. N.\. i,. 1* \VW ,.; i. iv St ..l-:,'k- mvill.'. \':.I
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l' i>t i '4 ilg' i St.!.. -I; 'k- l\ I'll-..
THEO. U. EAGER, W-. P. CLYDEi & CO..
rliti r;al .\Ia i m r Gai:i I r--iiiA l A nt-.
C'l.4-* oIroigili i';iil,..n, l.1 Stat.' St., I pp1 l.it li tiiterrYv iPari-k, No vw York.



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