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: February 15, 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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Fishing Tackle
Bike Supplie

Msuical Goods

Toilet Articles
Sporting Goods
Bird Cages and
Window Shadeo

Artist's Supplies
Pocket Knives
School Supplies

Lowny's aOd Wiley's Chcolates always fresh. Sewing machines for sale,
Itr rent, and repaired. AU sorts of toolsand machinery repni:-ld promptly.
......Picture Frames Made to Order

UI You Cannot Find Why 11 CaATlloTn S
Wbat You Want ......W Ca on BARES.

Ar the only kind we carry. Our prices are mnarkecl in plhiin
figure, o .e have one priee for everybody nld that the
lowest. We enumerate below a few priimt: "
California faney cured Winchesjer hams. per pound... .......1 I
Winchester premium hams, per pound ........................................14%.c
Northern premium salt pork, per pound ......................................ll ic
A rbucklem Coame........................................................................... 12%
Three pound can of choice Pumpkin ...........................................
Black-eyed, and navy Beano, petr quart ..................................... C
Fancy Prunes, 3 pounds for ............................ ............ .......... 2
Eggs, guaranteed strictly fresh ......................... .......... ...............35t
Granulated Sugar, 16 pounds for ....................... ..... ..... $1 0
Prices ,Je- t to change.
NorthE cRie[ood Av nue.
R .. Telephone 94

Little Bonnie Maud, the daughter of
Maad Madison, the dancer, has been ap.
* hearing with success in St. Augustine
with Spotthiwoode Aitken in violin solos.
She is omly nine years oldbut hasmarked -
musical ability, and will no doubt ac-
compamy Mr. Aitken on his southern
towr. Mr. Aitken was for ire seasons
with Augustine Daly's Runaway Girl
comapmy, and has given several per-
formamme at the Casino in his dramatic
and humorous recitals.
. _.
'I-f yon want your painting and
paper hanging done in a workman-like
manner cd~filt Kost & Gwinner.

Philip T. White, of Port Orange, will
take ot a party of two on fishing trip
for $2.00 per day, and furnish plenty of
bait. Boats, line and bait furnished for
:11.50 per day.


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

Graham Wafers
Brownie Wafers
Fruit Cake
Almond Bon mons
Butter Gems
Five O'clock Teas
Oswega Crackerb
Minuette Wafers.
Water Biscuit

I Morrell's BreakfIIct Baron. t he
> nest that rulnery ca.in bIi
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We have the largest and finest
line of cereal foods in the -it v.

We have the large-st asortnmnt
high grade canned goods in then
county. Tihe pries.< of course
are right.


'Phone 61.



l, New trunks direct from the factory
at Hill's.
J. R. Hill has been under the weather
the past couple of weeks.
Fishermen report large catches of
sheephead off the south bridge this week.
George L. Watson was over to DeLand
attending Criminal Court the first of the

Harry Thompson. the Seabreeze candy
maker, has an interesting advertisement grNew shoes received at Moor. Bros.
in this isute. this week.
Mr.and Mrs.JuleKeuhn. of Kaukaun,. I.Mrs. .1. A. Douglass. the milliner, is
Wisconsin, are among some, of the recent still r.eeiving new goods. Call and m-
liadgers in the city. spe+t the line.
fAn exceptionally fine line of ladies"' i, G dd tantirwathehead.
sh. i ,xc ioll t. n s The l ranil Atlantic wa.s the head.
shirt waistsi at the Ladies Furnishing 1 M d ti
Store, Roxby builling,. quartl-rsfor the Red Men during tMieir
Stay in Daytona.
B. J. Earle, representing Bardsteetv.. -
was in the city Wednesday conferring Mrs. Douglass' opening was largely
with business people. attended by the ladies, who greatly ad-
mired her inimense stock of new millin-
'iWBrain bread. t he great Ibrain dlvI.l ,r..
oper and nerve builder. fn-.rh every day

at the Gramling Bakery.
Captain J. F. 1'. Jo.Ihison. of Gaine.-
ville, is the guest of his son., 4' F .JIhin
Min fn A fsL lu-

S- the Mason & Wall Co'P. big ad. on
the last paImg.
E. F. Mansfield is up the river dredgK
ing out "Hell's Halfacre."
Ift.Those that wish to be aimisted in
bicycle riding would do well to call on
Edmund Miller, corner: Cedar and Pal-
Among the distinguished arrivals at
Schmidt's Villa are S. M. Titus, and Mr.
and Mis. 1. .1. Albertaon, of Ghln Cove.
N. Y.
I M .Mr .. i ~.. i h.. m I;.. I. I ..hi.

i Mayor 'arkinsun had his first case I r. -ey s g m uu,, ,e a coa .
right and enrlv Thurshdy h orling. of paint of a light grnen-a color very
right and early Thursday -ind' hrke g. restful to the eyes. and very prtty
Ru..e i onald ed ow broke ot and ithal.
:w.r<> impounded. wtal

SIMrs. W. 'W tCoforth, of St. Paul, Min .,
Attention is called i ,ih, ad. of Loslev I. It. Tatum. editor o, the' Miami Me-
& Titus. Read it and at will tell yeh tropolis. was here this week attending and Miss Carrie Nichols, of Lbanion, Ill.,
where to sgpen i yor ;,ar time in pl,.a1s tile gathering of the Red Men. He hung arrived Wednesday fro Miami. and a
ant amusement, iup his hat and overcoat at the I;rand at the Palniw tto.
'K r Atlantic. TheGAZ:TTlc-NXws is on sale atClark's
Kost & (winner have just treated Mrs and Bars news stand every week. It
Golder's house to a new coat of paint .ludge .lJohn Courthley and John Ctourt- i alod oa ile ll ti ery week. t
This enterprising firm of painters are i ney. .Jr.. Brooklyn friends of "Bss"; also on tile in al the leading hotels
now at work re- painting tlh Catholi,.i McLaughlin. arrived Monday and a t roughot te sate
church with the "Boss"' and his party at the p'once Park is acknowledged, to lie the
Sava..a Mamel. a cohlor'd .oai Gr'and AtlantiA. tinest fishing placein this neighborhood.
whon t 1h.e city has teen taking care of Robert Furev. Richard vyde and The Pecetti House in also acknowledged
for sonut. time. died Tuesday evening, Richard Ravenhall. of Brooklyn. who to be the best hotel at Ponce Park. l or
and was hiried at the exlenise of the are stopping down the river, came up in information and rates address (;OHME
county av launch Wednesday and took lunch with
It..A new stock ti wool walking skirt "'Boss" McLaughlin at th. (Grand Atlan- I'For day hooks, ledgers. .joi'nials.
just in at Hill's. tit. ct. .. woe Gen. H. ('lark's n ,w stoc.k. *
Rev .1. W. Hughes, president of the "T'he in\itatios. amr. out for thec ball teo We are under obligations to Rev.
Asbury College of Wilmore, Kentucky. lee given liy the ll Ht. Y. C. on the even- James Stanton, owner of the Riverside
will preach at the M E. chnrcli. south, ing of February 21st. The committee, Grove at Ormond. for a box of choice
tomorrow morning at eleven o'clock. W. H. Peters, F. J. Niver and F. N. Con- king, navel and Maltese blood oranges,
Rev. W. C. Savage. of the KentuckyCon. rad are sparing nw pains to make- the which were sent to the office yesterday.
ference, will iprn.-h inl their. afterniuon at1 affair a suece'ss Riverside Glove is visited by hundreds of
three o'clock tourists every year, many of them in an
NW Y l' h4- t at tHit ram laleg orange grove for the first time. Theyall
Barnly th .e-t t th. rainig e j express themselves perfectly ,dlightedl
lBakery. with the long rowy, of trnen .'-nling to.
Miss Boggs. of Plittislurg. hleo. l thi the ground under the weight of the gol"-
Sher mother, is spending a f,-w weeks at den fruit. Those w ho have tra v.led ovor
the Hotel lbespland. will sing again at the state a great deal say that this is
t the First M. E. Church tomorrow mnorn- the finest grove' they have seen The
ing and evening. Miss Bog~e has a very fruit is purchased Ihy the visitor- by the
Sfinte voice, and has studied % ith excellent box and dozen at good prices. samoin for
masters. IHer singing is alwaysade-light immediate use. while many iox.'s are
to those who hear her. sent to friends in the far North and W.-st.
SlaYPhoenix Silvestris paltins totr --.e '- c'A I.lrge and lbeautif ul ',. L of
apply to E. N. Waldronu. ive'i.ir spoons at Clark's.
The guests and their numerous frieend- d ) t; c, 1'. Lufletrr'.-, handsome tooAt.thc
oftheClarendon Inn enjoyed thetableaux Mr .% Mari, \\ .) up from his pl.m-, on the. pe-
given in that popular house on Saturday F ninsula Thursday. On board were Mr.
evening. A stage waservr.ted in the din- NO nFOOLING ;nd Mrs. Lufberry, their charming!
ing room and the scenic effects were ex-1 about our staterioant as to qu-alities. daughter. Miss Marie, and their son.
ceeknt. The tableaux were under the' T A party front the Port Orange hotel
I management of Mrs. Benton Tuasing and The Confec onelry were also with then. To the GAZITTE-
Mr. William H. Getekey. The following we offer is jut as pur- i In. ,i.li.-ious NEws representative Mr. Lufberry
programme with the assistance of the H as we say it is. We < carr.v stated that he thought Daytona was
orchestra of the hotel was rendered in alln HT levrt TLo l V improving every day and had a very
excellent manner: In love, The Quarrel. AUyiT S, -ow Cy S bright future before it. Mr. Lufburry is
The Peace Maker. Babes in the Wood. W a a manufacturer of chemicals on a .ery
The Runaway Forgiven. Charlotte (or- ai -- WV Cy S h large scale at, Channier, France. He is
day in Prison. Pygamalion and Galateai. iii variou-l sha|l.- atn, ni.vays FRESH. now erecting a laboratory on the penin-
The dancing lesson, and a number of l( RlE and lIE.IClOl We ..ll candies sula to determine what the palmetto can
Gibson's pictures, Is a Caddy Necessary. from 10 ,vnt, per poiin.l teo *1.00 per be used for. He states that if he is suc-
Wireless Telegraphy and a great many pouud ande .naratt'e their quality. cessful in his experimeL.'s the palmetto







Martimus Wilkes, a colovrd boy, shot
Paul Tilmnan. another colored lad, in the
stomach with a sling-shot Tuesday. The
injured fellow was looking for justice be-
fore 'Squire Willians.
Kost & Gwinner hns purchased T. A.
Chestain's process for replating mirrors,
and are now ready for any business in
that line. They have just hung up a neat
sign in front of their shop on Beach
W Fiuest line of home-made candies at
the Gramniling Bakery.
Thomas McC'orkl. one oi the 'ftticient
salesmen at Morrison's Grocery, and
Jennie Edwards were united in marriage
at lheLtand last Sunday. Rev. Langdon,
of the Christian church. performingg the
lcjSlived hain always fresh at the
Grnamling Bakery.
Evangelist (iGo. Doane. of Springfield,
Mass.. will have charge of the evening
service at the Methodist Episcopal church
tomorrow evening at 7:45 o'clock. This
service will be preceded by the regular
Epworth League service. beginning at
seven o'clock.
*J When ,'ollfe t i,_ i ouvenirs ,of
lIaytona a selection of Harris' fine views
should head the list. Studio, Perk Block.
Mrs. Patterson. a winter visitor, wni
riding her wheel in front of the Grand
Atlautic' Monday and fell from her wheel
just as Col. Post's carriage was passing
her. Her head struck the carriage and
a; large ga.-h 'v;.s cut in her forehead.
The lady was evidently a new beginner
at wheeling and lost control of her bi-
cycle. Mrs. Patterson was immediately
picked up and taken in the e#Trlage to
Dr. Atwood, who dressed the injury.
Mrs. Elizabeth J. Hall. wife of D. 8.
Hnll, of Mechanicsburg, 111., died at The
Paimus Tuesday morning of neuralgia of
thi. heart, in her 64th year. The de.
ceased lady came here about four weeks
ago. hoping that our climate might pro-
long her life. She leaves, to mourn her
deraise. a husband, three sons and one
daughter,.the children all being married.
Mr. and Mrs. Hall had been married 47
years and it was with a sorrowing
heart that he started alone oa his jour-
ney with the remains of his wife for in-
termentAto Mechanicsburg. Funeral ser-
vices held at The Palms Wednesday
by Re Wawk. assisted by Rv. Rina.


The municipal election passed off very C.M. Diagham, Sr............................177
quietly Wednesday. The vote polled W.M.Moom ..........1683
was much larger than ordinary, the The mewly elected ofier are all well
greatest interest centering on the offices qualified to All the duties voted upon
of m tyor and collector, them by the people of Daytona. The
The following were theoffleers elected: mayor, J. B. Parklanoi, s a riingyoung
Mayor-J. B. Parkinson lawyer, ad has had considerable expe-
Councilmen for two year*- rience as a public official. He has for
Charles I.. Smith years been a very successful principal in
Bert Foster the public schools of Volusia county, and
William Atwood held the offiee of superintendent of public
George F. Smith instruction for several years.
I', otnceilmen for one year- Hon. Charlm L. Smith is well known
E. G. Harris to the voters of Volusia county, and at
Gieorge H. Matthews present holds the office of assemblyman
B. N. Stevens for this district. At a meeting of the
C'lerk-J. W. Wilkinson new council be was. chosen as president
Assessor-George E. Porter of the body.
Collector-H. F. Douglass Bert Foster is numbered among the
Treasurer-F. T. Peck shrewd and progressive busineM men of
.School Trustees- the city, and in the past has served the
G(eo. IH. Ludwig zity very faithfully.
C. M. Bingham. Sr William Atwood in known as the
W. M. Moore --city's financier." and probably known
The proposition to levy wo mill more about the finances of the city than
school tax was carried. any other man.
We give below the various candidates, Geo. F. Smith makes his first appear-
and th.. niintber of vot.-s received by ance as a city mslan, but there is no
!'n"h doubt bnt what he will make a very
For Ma'ivor competent official.
.1. B. l'arkinson. ...... ..........131 E. G. Harris is a very successful bus:-
.1. 1'. Thomas ............................ 80 nees man and will make a very efficient
For Councilmen for two year term: public official.
Charles L. Smith ...................142 B. N. Stevens, who rnns a grocery
Bert Foster.... ............. ...116 store on south Ridgewood, will favora-
William Atwood..............................130 bly look after the interests of that part
Henry Schni lt ......... ........56. 5 of the city.
E. L,. Bond...................................... 61 (Geo. H. Matthews in very finailiar with
J. M. Osborn............................. 65 the affairs of the city and will do his
Geo. F. Smith ......................... .......123 share in looking after ita welfare.
I or Councilnmen one year term: J.W. Wilkinson has filled the office of
E. G. Harris....... .... 124 city clerk for a number of years, and a
Geo. H. Matthews ............ ............130 complaint a inst him is unheard of.
B. N Stevens ......... .... ..... .... .... ........149
Steven ox ................. .........Geo. E. Yorter gave very good satis-

Jape W. row............................2 faction as assessor last year and will
For .Cit Clrk continue to please the people for another
J. W Wilkinson.................. ... 170 year.
For Assesuor. H. F. Douglass has been collector for a
George E. Porter.................. ..1. ...18 number of years and he knows his biz.
For Tax Collector: Frank T. Peck has handled the funds
11. F. Douglass....................150 of the city for many years, and does it
John W. Williams.................... 54 to the best advantage to the city.
For Treasurer: The entire board of school trustees, 1
Frank T. Peck..................................169 consisting of Geo. H. Ludwig, Rev. C.M. I
For School Trustees for two years: Bingham and W. M. Moore. are very I
George H. Ludwig............................158 competent.

,WGraham and re h.rpd at tie THE GATNERIGI OF REiMR .
Gramling Bakery.
Mrs. L. B. Bouchelle was up from New
8myrna last Saturday.
Mrs. J. C. Pettepher was a visitor to
the county hub Thursday.
IWA few more pattern hate still on
hand at Mrs. Douglas'. the milliner. The a n u a 1
Mrs. James M. Rude and son. of Co- Grof eat Sorda kin-
ington, Ky., are at the Bennett House. of Florida kind-ci
1WBoston Brown Bread and Baked fire at the wig-,
Beans at the Gramnling Bakery to-day. 3 wam of Osceek
Among the Georgianu at the Bennett Tribe on the 11th
House are Medanmw M. W. and .. W sleep of the 9S
Brown. moon at the 9Itlk
Brw.. breath. ANUtrAII
Miss Elizabeth Ailvernal attended the were represented with one exceAptiX.
exercises at Stoton tI'niversityThurmnly Wilson Brooks, representMg the '.
evening. Great Incohonee of the United State,
I9Sbells, pearl goods of all kinds and was present and exempliAed the
orange wood novelties atClark's jewelry secret word of the order. An imcreas store. of nearly 100 per cent. in th m lip
bership was reportaik. i--,.
J. B. Moore has his handsome launch, otie busine toor i
the Ruth 8., on the ways for a few slight p time. Jaknvll
pairs and improvementnI. sel eted as the place where tho-pu-'
Douglass M. Ward, of New York, tar- nil fire will next be kindled.'. The
rived yesterday and is the gu.rst of his following great chiefs were 0cted
uncle, Capt. H. F. Douglass. for the ensuing year:
Great Sachem R. L. Rankin St. AnugisUne
ILAll the leading daily newspapers Sen. Sag. J. W. White Jackimavilie
and magazines, also a large stock of i .un. Sag. H. K. DuBois Port Oraage
popular novels at Geo. H. Clark's. Sannap aB. B. Tatum Miami
Mishmniwa C. L.Samith Daytona
Wallace Weston,Jr., of Weston s Mills. Prophet J. W. Hiuch St. Angutine
N. Y.. and Dr. G. W. Winterstine. Of Guard. W.I. Metcalf W. Palm Beach
Portville. the sme .state. nre at the Pal- The representatives were well
inetto. pleased with the hunting grounds of
Osceola Tribe and trailed homeward
Mrs. E. V.. Lee, of Perryburg, audl Mrs. well pleased with their visit.
H. A. Wiere and daughter, of Cleveland,
are among the Ohio people at thli Il.n- L m
nett Hous..
F nmt. new, light draught, thirty-fpot
A large crowd of ladies atteni'de~d Mr. launch. for sale, 5:horse, Mianus.
Moore millinery opening this week-in A fact the largest crowd that ,ver ;ttndled Holly Hill. Fitn.
one of ihr openings.
I ll .. E. B. M Ioore haa fine a Uwot.

Mrs. A. G. Kainely, wife of tIw county
ment of chihiron an s

treasure'lr of Harrisburg county. Pa., is
at the Bennett House. She is a 'eompa-
nied by Miss A. E. En.g-llert.

In the launch race held under the au-
spices of the H. R. Y. C. Thursday after-
noon the enimbler was first, rGyply sec-
ond, Glen wood third and Sultnai fourth.
M. K. Eyit, of Philadelphia, and Mrs.
Joe. Cornell. and son, F. C ornell,. f New
York. arrived Tuesday, and are qular.
tered at t In D-espland for the halenii:.* of
the season.
A tennis court has been made eon the
lot recently purchased by Louis Adler,
opposite the Hotel Desplaud. and the
guests of the house devote considerable
of their time to this interesting game.
A spark from the locomotive started a
fire along the railroad at Midway Tues-
day evening which for a while threat-
eaed the residence of L. M. Murray.
When discovered it was making good
headway eastward through the brush;
and high grass. Three citizens from
Ridgewood, by hard work, succeeded in
ehc.kinrw the a hmonrm it imt >ewand

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My Hair

"I had a very severe sickness
that look off all my hair. I pur-
chased a botde o Ayer's Hair
Vigor and it brought all my hair
back s*in
V D. Quinn, Marseilles, Ill.

One thing is certain,-
Ayer's Hair Vigor nrame
the hair grow. This Is
because it is a hair food.
It feeds the hair and the
hair grows, that's all there
is to it. It s-ops failed
of the hair, too, and
ways restores color to
pray hair.
N* atw a Ak eals.il

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Ti Lent.
MINew spring outing hate for ladiss
at Hill's.
F. S. Wright, of Chicago, is enjoying a
few weeks at the Palmetto.
Fred Niver took a day of and visited
St. Augustine last Sunday.
SWPastry that is dainty, delicious and
nutritions at the Gramling Bakery.
E. J. Bell, of St. Paul, Minn., is enjoy-
ing the hospitalities of the Palmetto.
Photographer Harris has a handsome
new sign in front of his place of business.
gI@Don't forget the Nora 8. for a
Rockledge trip. Enquire of Capt. Lind.
R. S. Maley was over to DeLand this
week as a juror before the Criminal
oSee Moore Brow. new line ladies'
belts and chatelane bags in hand carved
tev. I)r. Vanhorneis expected to preach
in the ICongregationalChurch to-morrow
at 11 o'clock.
A number of the teachers of the pub-
lic schools are attending the institute at
DeLand this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Price and daughter,
of Chicago, arrived Wednesday. They
are at the Palmetto.
lY.Eastman's W. P. and blue print
papers in sealed canw at Harris' studio,
opposite south bridge.
A daughter came Sunday afternoon to
gladden the hearts of Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Hanie, of Seabreeze.
ISL9Call at Mrs. E. B. Moore's millinery
parlors and "take a look" at her im-
mense display of millinery.
8. B. Wilson, county tax assessor, was
over from DeLand Wednesday. He reg-
istered at Schmidt's Villa.
Skiled work. This you can feel sure
of getting if you take your watches to
Wray's (jeweler) Music Store.

m..Kost & Gwinner. the painters and
paper hangers, are artists in their line,
and you will make no mistake in con"
sulting them.
Mrs. W. M. McGriff received a telegram
last Friday announcing the death of her
mother at Pendleton, Ind. The deceased
lady wee 87 years of age.
Louis Adler, of Louisville, Ky., a regu-
lar winter guest of the Despland's, has
purchased of T. Fred Brown the piece of
property opposite the Hotel Despland.
A petition has been forwarded to the
superintendent of the Southern Express
Company requesting that a down town
express office be established in Daytona.
Mrs. Burgess, of India, will speak at
Christian church Sunday, the 2-3d., at
11 a. in., and also at the Fountain City
House, on the 24th. All are cordially
invited to attend.


have in transit the t

largest and prettiest

line of summer dress

and shirt waist goods

ever seen in Daytona.




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Will discontinue the discount bu-

siness 'a)d quotes tl)e following


sed at the Postoee at Dyton Standard Granulated Sugar, Graham flour ..
Florida, as Second Class Matter. 4-25, 8-50. 17-61.00 Navy beans. qt. 9, 3 for 25
Brown C Sugar. fic lb; 18 los. .$1.00 Black eyed peas, .. 9cts, 3 for 25
Butter from tub, best made, 30 Pure cider vinegar 8 qt.. 30 gal.
Salturdy, Feb. 15, 9*.* Butter, 1 lb. blocks, best made. .3 Sunbeam Corn,. ..13. 2 for 25
SButter. 1 lb. blocks .S. 3 hase a Sanborn's coffee ...30
T NAVE IT ALL NOW. Cotoline 10 Arbuckle's coffee 13. 2 for 25
TEY E IT AOlomargerine. Century pan-cake flour 13, 2 for 25
on wi this year to White cotolne, Pails, .. 1%2 Ralston health oats 10
e two mepesmttMives to the LJegiar h Armours star ham, best. 15 Meadowbrook milk.. 10
et mmd a seuenhor. eaestor Sam. O. Armours G.H B.B.B Bacon L Pet Cream, baby size, 6 for 2-5
. ta will doubtless be his own Campbell-s soap 1..0 Pet Cream. large size. for 25
irmmmsr. At pre nt thecoat has all Pure leaf lard 1:. 2 for 3: Oil. .5 gal.. 80
e s we m ides of the county ha none. Whole wheat flour. Best pastry flour, 12 lb. sack 40
Wela e s d to at hlast ow. Te 4te. lb.: 12 I1). sack 40 Best pastry flour, 24 lb sack 7. 5
doews .s to p0es in e omiato Prof. Evaporated apples.. 13-2 for 25 Grape-nut and posture 13, 2 for 25
I. Cmos ofleLad, as one oS t0 Rumford baking powder. I lh. ': Corn Starch .: .. for 15
ast alker sin the sta.s, a man Yellow corn meal 34 Best Cream cheese. 18
elmmaalin r and good par- Oat meal 04. Anderson jam 10
-M.tsaria. 6 would make a most
Mla usessetatwI-vet Volueia county -
..woul. command the respePt and the
A..-i-d to th-e county and to i All orders left at the Store will
0 s a ted Mrit_ .,,,metaiv. r-
o.ma isopoliB and would notpe
s s,but we hae no doubtlreceive prompt delivery.
tham 1 would accept ths nomination pr
wn It htUdsred him by the people."
-LadNews D. F.MORRISoN,
he statement that we have the ena.
tor ad two assemblyman from the coast The CoSh Grocer.
Svry trathfnl. The county tax col-!
eetor is also from the coast. Outside of! '
Disl Perkins Smith, the officials from After lent there will IN. a fancy dre. L osley (09
te mastasction reeivenocompensation ball at the opera house for the benfit of *
worth asstioning for their services. a much nedd town clock. t situs
Mr. amltAhbas held the office of collector 1 The opening reception of the G(rand At-
e loag that the oldest inhabitants can lantic will occurnext Wednesday venin POOL ;as a
early remember when he stepped into from eight to ten o'clock.
Sollector's shoes, and this is the only T A D
Sttpays anything tbat a man Henry Van born has4 been engaged by' andRIT.T.JARD
um the coast has held for. lo, theme the management of the HotelOrmond as ROOs
aM years. Carson may be a good captain of the Princess lena. R v
s for the legislature and the voters of A guest of the Pacetti House, at Ponce Hot Luncheeserved at all hours.
eoinst section would probably sup- Park, landed the largest sheephead ever Oyster stews a specialty.
poet him-in fact they would gladly caught in these waters last Thursday.
wap alB they have for what the other It weighed 14 pouind. -.
side of the county now holds. j iAn eight foot show cane for sale; eo
can be seen at Mr. Flood's plumbing e.
_AIN TO CLUB. tablishnmnt, south of Atlantic block.






a**l nplyof an kimbf j~ "~ qmi o ofesmm40 m .d"JIM

-pO AUDNu to Main. Week. J QCI SOMERS& CO.,9

Sewhmbeb dhi. D- p F

Daytona Ice Co.
WM. WcuKING, Manager.

F. W. SAMS, *p m r
Raw. o rad Upwin* efaw to


Thompson, .. w T

High Grade Tailoring a Specialty.
Suite made to order for $18 ad
up; Pant for 4 and upwark.

Cottage Ave., rear of City Hotel.

WAv.r D-t x AL PssOns or C lsa- .uaz f" ia-., U.M .i ,.II ..
acter and good reputation in each state
(one in this county required) to repre-
sent and advertise old established
wealthy business house of solid financial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expenses additional, all payable in cash o ialta o Av -s and Raile
each Wednesday direct from head offices. .
Horse and carriage furnished when nec-
ces ry. Reference. Enelos self-ad- J. A. ERICKSON
dressed-stamped envelope. Manager.
316 Caxton Building, Chicago.....


Beautifully Located on Ridgewooid Ave...
Daytona, Florida.

A new houre. lated.throughout lby h.it
air. new furnishings, everything
to make guentscomfartabhl.
Rates RPeaaonnlll.'.



11 a. n hig lot o arness, o a .
leather Straps and Parts. .Inst

Tre1*'ivedl H-arnes$.30 and upward.
New Si4wing Machines for $16 and
Ipwards. [ e'an furnish you with
0nYV kinle of at .-wing machine.

You r atrona4e Solicited.

Mrs Ger~ ItweNil rs ERICKSONP

T5e Palms
Thi popular' honi'-like
house in beautifully si
Beach Strt facing tl
River. The rooms are

tuated on
he Halifax
larwp and

the table board excellent. Tihe
houte is but three blocks from tht-
postoffice 14and convenient to all
the chIirees aund but one mil.
from the beach. Rateh tpeso re nan.le.
.1. M.-COLL.UM. Proprietors

Ich Uebe dich! Vergis meinnicht: Don't miss Boxneas fre street feature. i | 1 l B
Anf Wedersehen! was the motif of ;-that wonderful carriage drive mind- FURNISHINSS YT M
the meeting on Feb. 13th. In short reading test. He drives, blind-folded. A, aB de
it ou Geman day and a most enjoy- j two fast horses hitched to a carriage and Ti lphone c
ad eam. Mrs. Atwood gave as Cur- finds bidden articles hid by local people. Telep one Connections
owt vIed I smay items Of German This feature takes place at 2:30 o'clock, have bell established between W e can furnish you 6~ e
Interest. Miss Blagham read a most Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 19, starting and d ,
interesting article about the German from Bingham & Maley's furniture Hto I O a e rythmg neCCesary to EA
Empertr, showing much of his Inner A very large crowd attended the open- hY the Daytona Telephone Coainpan,
personality and private family life. ing of Keating' Casino Tuesday even-'O T il" 25 < put your rooms in o,
M Williams ti m a charm- ing. t i estimated that fully 400 pr- CC
g little son by Messelber-"If l sons were present and danced to the -- ..m SSfor tourists
WCa ose.I charming music furnished by theS. '. H.
thle aRs "."..i ..f ma.y charmingmusic H",ythe NEVV BAKERY a Call and get our -
MI Potter then rea an article on orchestra. Delicious rereshment ereW AY and gT our
the Lito efe of Gely aay; showin served during the evening, and all prI Having purrhbs.d Mr. Lindbtrg's in- ..*4. .
Sto lbeintenely practical la all entwnt home feeling that they hail en- tereat in the l.ak.ery l.usines,. I have prices onl any ig in .
things. The Oermanua housewife joied a ery pleasant evening. renoved to the... t -
4ems to have reduced household H____ arroun Building i t line OfI ardWare, :
O to a minimum. Nose of our IHOLLY NOTES in the rear of the Opera House, where I .
tusaars, no blue Monday, no tedious! OLLY HILL NOTES. willcontinue, the manufacturer of Bread,I niftre, etc.
er day, no anios cooking day.ies. ('ake ranrd all kinds of Baker's
h ay, no anxious cookiln day. od, ni l ri F ancy C
s tires me cleaning day and no need Hoi.iv .lI.i., lFe. 11i.--Mr. and M. ac argo us. Kan i.si. nietc. to order. Order
b w1rry over company dinners as all Robbins. of Middletown. Ohio, were lat also taken for plain .nd fancy Ito order. em J
the dires can be purchased all week the irueist( of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. and Ices. put up in brick form if desired. i in"t\X
ce-ked aid ready to be served. But Harris. Thanking all my former patrons for '
w MM our American children.Otheir trade in the past I hope to merit a \ S tk
ow we Ma r ox American children On Monday Mri. Jones. frtu Boston, (ontinuance of the same. Calland see me.| J r
Withetle"Maofcake onlyonceavear! arrived and is staying with Mr. and Mrs. X7 H e.11.. J- Niver & on1:,
A4 hbw much better it would be for m(, Hrri m. St glin I
VtM. We were told that even the r( rITrlE. Ht.\Il)Ww.\Itl-: ,,
pller'lives on simple fare. Tea, Mr. lyne, for llaun yearh. a res den t ,N\INI I'NDEIRTAKINa;
t0al fa butter, cold meat and eggs*, her di at PalnI Beach. H' mov
f breakfast with his wife presiding there with his family abhut i year ago. \ttrn.-at-l.a. rt ii. l, .1stin.l S. H.
a the children In attendance. And' Miss L. Mani went to leLand on lhI-Land. Fh'ridit. Ar<
this at t a. m. Tuesday to e- prew*.nt at ith teaclhsr.s" anc
TIhencame the Kaffee Klatsch, in m* eating ill,,,,. .,,,.' ,., ,.,,.r. ,,.urt HW OOD, an..,
the guise of delicious coffee and nu- l m. C. A. BIRCH, ilOOD,
iratoisaA various German rolls ta)i n felh I *Phone s
caketsn d ok. at. in our midst. ItE. I
kes. 60 YEARS*'
Mrs. Jtewart read a line report of The. children are rjoicing in ;a bholdlay i Y xPRIENRnd Sestr EUTr
the meeting of the Federation at this week Norther and Western EUIC
CreceMat City, which will appear in Ouit hoyv birought home a trout weigh-
thebm colIumnsnext %eek. 'ing 6% pound-. It had become stranded, 1 M EATS 1 0 nli.L
Mrs. PFOe and Mrs. Fitzgerald were b utwas very lively and almost jUimuld I .. 1A
taken in as active members. out of the boat when capt urel1 T Orange Ave
It was decided to ask Prof. Ward. MAs Poultry. Etc.
of Rilla CoUe e, to address the Club ss
on E d uca tlem al D a y I A nr o adl n laarstp o. ; l., ,, r..,n ,, l ..;,' r., t. & O Y S
C/t' CORT nn 1tIquickly protbai or aoopinwoblon f r mm
CUL7B CORRESPO.XD I I I Inventim r probably irmtaWbl. Commuaniaslo.

IWA mew line of hate at Smith &

Mr.ajd Mrs Geo. 8. Kimball, of Car-

L.J ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~e '1\ c gy~dih Hampngbok mPaleeta
Situflift itbu uMI&ur&M .
Abanbomeoly illutreteweekly. TJraftcrms -
ONE IGHTcu m onof ayscientic JournaL Tenuaa. 3 a
hm :=IL 8M byaDne..dealom

(Irtori MI- kew F! 9111 t.. Wambinon. D

bedak, ..are among the recent anr.- 'W1 |
Sivalst AtheBennett House.
The Coluabia will run an excursion to W ed nesda
.q Wednesdal
tle MouMdSunday Feb. 23, leaving
GOeah Draw at 7:30. Fare for round
trip 1.50. lfL -... ..

1Tvphone connections were made with
IheLad yesterdayy morning and Dayto-
im ma Bmow communicate with lie-
lanMi1s without any inconvenienc,.
Mim Louise Foote and Miss Minnie
WI, of Da ytoaa, are visiting the
a d of Cornelius Christiancy, on South
Buhevard. The young ladies wiH at-
slnitMMn University next year.-De-
Lad Becord.
.MJ.w isecktiss and suspenders at
Emith & Son's, north Beach street store.

Comifn, the wonderful Boone Yaki Co.
em krawanah Theatre to DaWronU
PnLf. Loom will. on Tarnlav mictt




Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

Doors ad ji Window Ser -nens, Picture
Mulding madnl" to orl'er. All kinds of
Surniiture Rpairini lg oneiii .hort notice
Mat 1'a.)athi a-I W it-0.

4I ottll&P AWetaus. lDAYTONA. FLA.

SWhe wring la mention t paper.

DeaerI. 'tie ii e ~aat Moss and Fiber Mattreiue.

Y011-01 a)lI lIiiiitui. ule ,111 V is ftnsl n8PNeW.
.8wcoid Av.qietm. ospptc-it4 lVnielts ila. i'laom. 9! D .%AYTo.NA, FL4)ED&.




.- LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect January 15, W
Northern .S..T..U ... .NORTHOUO-AD Uo. ...


)dum urProprietor.
N.11K--, Smt!lit,2itel.1lsckse )IaVille.

ks 4:ai kitail.s (4~
aid Wosta.1

s\ %~


chitect, Builder
I Contractor.
lld o..ic. northeast c(rnilr e t f
,)d iand V'olusin avemls.


JSBORE P : roprie.t en.
11111r. I Fti-' en I i d a tt

i*ol.96 1*'N.229M. *We.3 : MAIN LINE. *.N78*M.&74|** 4 .

8 20pSI5p 756a 940a Lv ....aksonvi!!a ...Ar 00 r! 7 109 9501 7 soa
...... ... ..... 9 8 a .. o. J. v 5 ". ..
9 30p OOP 00p oa~l6a ...... -t..\UKaigiine ...... 5501 $610p 800p 05Ua
..... ....... ....... ll 27 a ........ H aS ting ...... 5 ;1 ......
2 10 p t 4Op 940a11 43a .......EKasLtPaltka....... 4 3i 5 25p S 05p a
..... ......... ..... 1-. p .......... Neogsa.......... 6 25 I. .....
S.. .....p ......... Bunn........ ls ......... i .......
S ... ........... 11 37p .......... Du nt .... n .. ...... ; 38 ......
S jliap! 3 Nspl0O47a 053p ........O.... 3 1 417pl, 7 01p 4 60a
S ll IpI 3p3p10 bO6&. 11 .........Daytona ......... 3 3111 i 08,i 6 5p 4 Wa
.. .. .... .... ....... Port O ran e ....... 3 21 ...
S1a04A p t 1?pll 19a 6p ....... New Sivta t ...... 3 02 1 3 t1, 6 30 p i 12a
.... .. ..... .. 09 .........Oak Hi. 2.......33.
S256 a 03p1207p tp ........ Titusaille 2 C2 2 58T) B5 5 p 3 ia
S ... .. .. t ...... ..... C e.C ,a 1 25 ... ...
1 a48a 6 S0OpI 2Op 338 ........ Rockl.d1 ... 11;,; 2 15p li 2 Sa
S ... ..... .. 22p ........ a. i.. .. 23 1 ......
S....... i 30p: ...... i 30p ........ Molbouri,. .. .... 12 is8 1 2 i l IPI ......
.. ... .. .... 03 ...... s. ,eisu .ll ........ i11l ..... ... .
....... .... ....... 5 p .......... t. L ; .. ... .. ............
s 57 a 7 1 p 6o ....... .r ..r..t o a .... :. ; 1.2 : 3S00PiJ ta
: lIp.. ....... :: .. ........ .
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....... ..... 6 30 p ........... Eden ......... ;. .... ...... .......
....... a .... 6 35'p .......... J .sti. .......... iu i ....................
S ....... .. ... 6 51 ..p ........ Stuart .. ....... .... .............
. ... ....... 7 171p ....... Hope Soti:d ....... .....................
S .. 3 7 30p ....... W estJiip ter ...... 11 l .....................
__ 540a, c,:l "415p' 8 0p Ar..West Palmn B-aeh .... 3-a U!1045a 11p0 30p
5 -0a :1-0 4 2Sp 81l5 Hotel Royal Pr-si S30a 6a00mal-'; t 6I, 2p1 Lv ..Tl. 1Br.ak*'. .. -5ailIO0a 11 lp1016
85a 66a! 11 4401 830l> .fo .- R-.yal '. .iu,-iiaa 8 ')a'1') 21)a OOp 10 0p
*46Na lal S20p 4Op1) 8401) ...V.West'atlani.w h.. Ar S IaJa la 1al lOp Sgp
1007 ... .. ... .... 9 0 1 ..... ,v .v 7 3, a ...... ...... .......
0 A a ........... ..... 10 C3 .....Fort l ;.ier h .... 6 : i .......... .......
11 SOa .... .. .. 10 i1p, ..... -. Lt ', <" '. ....... ..............
1146& 81) la 1101 i64 tOpO 60p Ar .... iai T.v ., ,! -4 0a 11 )a 8 00r


Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St Augustie.
*No.23 No.27 NO.35'"No.29 lNo.31 No.37 NO.43,040.93'-lN.95t1s1.IS
Lv. Jack.unville ......... .V a. u ; :0 4 a 2 55 : 2 30 p, 3 0 0p, 00 p|C $ O pi 8 $0 S p0
Ar. St. AUlpustin f. m I"I'".'Jl',-1" o ) 1 ;5 3 33' -1 .00 0 510]> 9 .ca 9 20p ; 9 p
No.98 'No.92 ,No.16 *No.44 o.36 ,iNo.38'*No.78*..74ONL30O* e.28
Lv. St. Augusin ,, 'ua '1,n t a t. 11 T') tt 11 4" ,: 50 G0 6 101 p 0 0 i 8 0 p
Ar. Jack-sonvi-. '* a12 0 To' 00 7 10 o 7 pi S 0

. a AXs


STATIONS. Ij.-5.5-N5.17 4N.19 Noll


FISH and
Florid.. CLAMS 49

%e -d c f ..%0.1%.II.IpIIIIIg.

Plumbing &

Gasf hitting.


I fLL. :

reoruary UYvfl


S0 and 75c



cltm,- E / ,0

and everything elhe made of flour. Know
how to make good bread-xcellent
and never fail to produce that kind.

Dastoxas. Fla..

Do You Smoke?
i Well. t hio y u like tina.
I'igart. You will tind t he
finest quaiities. and Ihli
larg.-mtt assortmentat n ithe

I City Hotel.

E. G. LONG & CO.

1I I. -,

j I I f 1 righ raP n mn.

Fw1 a nd ,w. vor. iRA old cs' alre
eltI .' 1 a':lefi r.,e o .(lid fin..tancial

Ly. Jack so'n jIf 'c .6 15 10 1:aP)2 COp
8.Jsckme~uvij"ii I : cia!6 231,1') 8 2*C43 10
Pablo Beach.... 65510 a! 6 aI 2 4to
At~lantic Beach.! 9 1]-,::70055,ia T: 1 C
Ar. Mayporg ...... ,A)m. 7 15 p: 1it iih3 o:
ST 4,h I 4.V *No.6 NOft15 N*.20
Atlantic is :o.. a 5a 00p.1a
Pablo Beach 4.16 a505 p. 1I'
S.Jaek.'',-ii iIle. 7 27 a 5 37p1,12 22
Ar. Jack -)n v 11e...7 8m5 5Sp 12 30 P' J

*11.tt; STATION. |*No.12
7l6aLv..........Tttuasvllle....... Ar 12: o
7 B ............... M inis.............. 1 : ;, 3
989a ........... Oist'n ........... 5 :
66 ta ... E s,.r !,ri so ........ : L .,':i 1 ;,
96M aAr "ailfril........ LI ,-,a .;
-baJ'y. .iia'!y extrp t n'Va' ,' ;
r'"T"t a ,is I nt ;.:;)p a: ;,,
Th ,a Ti:m T-'t s ..- ow t'e -I.,'.s r., :.,-'i
from 1th:1. sv r -., .ni, bur tt'ir arri,; .r .p. .
nor doe4 thl, (.'t .I1a"y l1 ;:. rc-po.si, ,-

*s .- No.47 *No.49 *49.51 5e.53, ft57

srATIO-N.x~ o4 s4*e5 Is5*s5
t .a:~1Ia 1267,1 5l35p
I L., 01_C9 3 0? T, 5 55
'Ne.57 oNo.45 -3TATIONS. *%o.46'*ft68
C 1 : I. 'a',ka 7 23 p

A3 'Not .I aftN21 e4
I i up
''ay...1245 P,S509p
I \ '' .1c (i it' vii t pi 5 co
I ~2.,- 51; n day oIny.
'e~jets-4to arrive and is-1art
i enie..stateud is.not guaran rf-,d,
i:;1.- ,-ayr any COuseaquences arising

Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami.
Commec.wing January 6, 1+-2.
Lv. Miama, Mo:.m. Thurs.................q11 3.) p Lv. Nassau. \ ,,< a ..... ...... 10 0a
Ar. Nsau u, Tues., Fris.................... 8 p Ar. Miami, Thurs., -iuns .... ..... .. 00a
Commencing February 3, 19 Lv. Miami..Mons.. We.is.. Fris.............oop Lv. T .. Thrs Sa........ IP
Ar NMas.u. Tue.,,Thurs., .ate...... ..... aoa IAr. Naaii,.Weds..Frs. u ........... 5
Commencing Jann'ary 1. 1W,2.
Lv. Miami, Suns. Weds................11 80p 3 Ltv. Huana, Tues..Fr;.. .. .J n'*
Ar. Havan. Mons., Thurs.... ..... ...... ) p I Ar. Mt eds Sa .. ........ 00
WT A n. enn -- 09M- --

l- I. 1 .f-. I;..k I I--tlh l W'olfA ,


~g on 3Orosvace

Ub 906*Is Uedes.

WVCo"mmat-os on live topics of
bu ni im est solicited. Anything per-
tMtopeirlemo grIfief or quarrels
wE not be pbliehed except over the
viWWs siafatua a&d at our r ular
a -a rats.


LadieS' showed, siz. w :t to 1, regular price $2.50, now only............. $g.gJ
Misses' shoe. sizes 1:1 to 2, regular.price 91.20, now......................
Children's Oxfords, 5 to 8, regular ppice 30 cents, now..................a
Boy's, :1 to 4, r gulatr prie$1.OO.inow .......................................
Men's Platent Le.ath-r, satin -alf, regilahr $:..350 stock, now.........1.78

See our line'ol Enamel Ware. Stationery, ft*-. l'ianom and Organs.
Ordel-rs left for piuno tuning will rec.ivei prompt attention.


\' M. I;odwin. Proprietor.

. t V U'-\w I'RI- 1.1 OF...
Fine Wagons
and Carriages.

General Blacksmithing and Repairing.


Shop near Bond & Bond Lumber Yard,


First Class Work

Davforrm St.am


"" it+


I'H M\I. '2;




SmithX &Son DAY-TONA.

A project has been tarted in Florida To TIU: 'tor'.: of FoLntUiA: PouT ORuT v:. Feb. 13.-The lumber hain
to drain one million are~ in the Ever- We. the undler.signed nembelwr of the arrived and is being convoyed across the
glades and put the land into sugar plan- Florida legislt M.re, for the session of river to Orita. the remidenve of Mr. Luf-
tations. The Florida East Coast Drain- 1901, Imelieving tth, disI.rnsary pidan for lwry. where, hoe i- hilding a palmetto
age and Sugar Company has taken uip the control and regulation (if the liquor fatry
the work, projected years ago by te traffic to be the t st et devised bly tiny .. I. Duois. paied by Mr.
Okeelhobee Drainage and Land Cunt- govtrltiment dealing with this question, DuBoii. 1 rived fro New York lM.t
pany. The new company was incorpor- do. bly signingournames hereto. give the DuBo is arrived fro tNew ork locst
ated recently. with leading men of Flor- same our most h,.ar v endorsement and 1 al is v.itin his brotlr Iwtor
ida at its head. reprntenting large c.or-t adhereuer.
porate intereMts. The officers are: John We- believe further, that th.- adoption E. A. Purdy and Mr Harmilton drove
8. Murray. president; Rufus 1. i;oe. e.- of this plan by thle State of Florida.' down from Daytona Saturday on busi-
retary; James. E. Ingrahan, vice-preai-, would be for the moral and material neI~s and pleasure.
dent, and G. I. Pride, treasurer. These welfare of its eitiwzns. Rev savage and Rev. Hughes, of Ken-
comprise the directors, with Jame, M. We believe that it would lesson crime tucky, arrived last week and have rented
Schumacher, president of the First Na- and criminal cost to such an extent ai to Mrs. 4'. Smith's cottage on Kurn street.
tional Bank of Florida; E. M. Ashley and fully compensate the state for any deflc-
J. R. Parrott. iency in revenue from this source, if any B(rown fro Cleveland. Ohio, arrived last E. B.
Considerable interest is attached to there be, that imaty be caused by the week to call on vland. o, arrives who is
the project by the fact that two of adoption of this plant. wtek to all on Mter. J. the. Noke who i
Millionaire Flagler's main agents. J. E., We believe that it will lesson to the Tht' 'pn s then w i t t as charmed.
Ingraham. of St. Augustine. and J. R. countries the costs of policing the cities Tewithy l'lorida in gherall and Port Or-me
Parrott, of Jacksonville. are ill the and towns therein and the cost of jails,. wth lorid n ort
whelne. a llnd other criminal costs. a gv in partial
The company controls one million We i.'lieve it to be a long lstep in ad- Mrs. Newton and friend were in twin
acmes at present. They intend draining vance alonic temperance lines. and tow- tIhis, w'ck. Mrs. N. in a frnqu.int visitor.
this land.digging canal. planting cane ards the rek.ue of the youth of our land iT,.-dav night we had our uoual card
and building mills to make sugar. The from the evils that surround then on party it w an tr ly pleasant ne.
srveys made under government super- every side from theliquortraffic. Iyahl..- Misn DuBois was our hostess.
vision years ago show the feasibility of ishing completely the '.social lif, aund
the plan and the well known fertility of --social glass" of the Ima-room. The ladies of Grace church gave a siup-,
the soil as shown by the partially We believe further that the adoption per Friday night that was a great sue-
drained lands of the famous St. Cloud of this plan would abolish iand destroy c s~ar lands near Kitwimmee shows that those dives a.nd re-oirts which are a -ith- Thi, -. loopI Dolphin sailedl for Palin
th enterprise can be made a nueeess if ering place for thedt.i-ravd rightly managed. The opening of this vicious clvis.... of s.,.iety, and which party alioiard: Mr. and Mrs. Strong, two
section by the Florida Fast Coast Rail- could not exi-.t without th. har-rooim ,ldaghters and .Mrs. Strouig's motlihr.
way has made the plan more feasible. and its irnfluien'.rs. ial-, Mrt- anid Miss Finch.
Work willbegin on the lands at once. We Ie-lie e alh 'liil,. %.. .-.I of it,,.' 4
It isrminised that Mr. Flagler it inter- opinion that this plan would It. 5,ilian- il.\NT S"ISTEM Mlll.1 .AL E TICKETS.
Mted in this interprin and that fie is tageous to the state frti t a tiatiial an Stem ilagticketsar
ally behind it with his immense capi- p point of view the moral ,i a tia i,,v,, i'. I'hg t .yovtem t ihe ,!l tii k uti aiv nr w
I&l to aid in its develolement.--New ; ved should takepr#e.denceofeverv other .,":, >,v1;,,othe Li,1t ii eihtd. n
t a even if t ln hl r t Atlati," oaust ljine-Ri,.hrn York n. ndvn the anc inhouhld n ,t r n ritk-N ttr and Potom ia I y.; Washing-
final ncial gi. t t t, f ton l'Soutlhern Ity l.ouivilleh an.l Nash-
It is said that the Sultan of Sulu has youth of the. liand woulnl mor,> than e,,ii. ,. Ihrit,,4l. arnd We-,t-rn Caro-
no hair on his head. No wonder; pensate for airy possible loss in nmoiev a a It R ; I;e,, %,n U r .. a,,il
the old reprobate is Hlald-hea led He We urge the )iI>|ll*.'oftlhe Stat(.' (if 11,i ,.. n. 1 ,n'orlhn li'i
has thirteen wive. ida to C;r.lfull.vystly hi thr;el ,.1 tihi,;,,. -, ,. 1. 1t n a
totum :,l S;.'. n i nI,- ;,ii ,;,tl Ih,.,r i': ,l t .- rnil,.ti ,,, .& k L ,.
Cared Cancor. vi*i l i,.i,- in It s fa., l.
Mr. W. W. lrickett, .Smithfit-ld. Ill.,1 M. -rAiir. li. t ,- :. i* .-iituti ,.-
writes, Set' t. lUth. li0l: -1 had been .|,1,hil I' ;% I; \I K. Z-a alskti, \V. J 1 "li'e luivk-.4t W% yv to W-1ii i hois. inl
suftering several years with a cancer on; ( ,,,|.,. K .W.Kf,, 1. ( 1 Parrish.' the Iin0iliUg is to o1W1til th,. d 4ooi.s lr wirl-
my face, whk-h gave lit- great anny- N. A.
ance and unbearable itching. I was ,s L ith. I iil i aIil. N. i. lows f.-w ni-iets. long enough to!
ing Ballard's Snow Linintentt for a so, W Ilitch. Frnhiik Mclta,. lqt. and thrmiugh an accident, I rultwd lilHe.-. i I t '. Inrrr.1. It, Sh.kriitk.r. Iinig close ed sver iilight is i mpunrte and
none of the liniment on the t-cani'r. and .I. ii li:ar,. I. I. arihr, W. I 'ul-, sluggish. somuwilhat like ily .v ater. -
an it gave lme almost inslitt ielief. I d-
cided tocontiue to ue linlnt on toil." lrII W il1..E. mnertiW f.. I F relsh air is pure, houvant anid at-ive,
the cancer. In a short tIine lthe canlinver i istto-n. .1 K. Whalev, rl'ianik M. ',>rl.t- alid ill circulate quickly thr.iugh the.
ame out, my face healed llp and theie i. W 11F. I 1 ra. 4ciii.i I. F. I lste.l. ,J i G t rooms. carrying the warnith oif stovcs or
not the slight -t e-ar i.ft. I have iii- I W. lpili tll.nh ,i. n. j itl;n r N. It. radiators s iftlv to every ri.-r. It.-
plicit faith in tie menrilti this pIl .t-l* '
tion. and it cannot lIe too highly n-.111ii- Ittil ;rid. i rancis A. I.eiilr i I. ( M.- sides there is. joy alid )oilif ort in lir.-.itli-
mended." 2.'x., 5v .. and $1.4K II'ter Rll M. S. lowden. .1 1. Y'onir. L.. \"W inri frt"-h nir.--iSaiisnvill Sunr
eale by J. M. Jones. Rivr-s, W. Mc.,r, .1 S ;tifrnv --


weakens the body and de-
rades the mind. It saps
e nervous strength that
is the source of all health,
and perverts the functions
of every organ. Because
of its stubborn nature, it is
often called incurable. This
is not true. There is one
medicine that never fails to
check the nervous spasms
and give new strength to
the entire system.
t Uwh, ce AyM he Bd tWy-
-e el. The doctors te hsr to
de I bgl JI 2 a 1cr.Mie'
uIys4d -Dew u pcty welL,
It took fw b& bM to etct a caue.'
MaM Asm L"WAI.
Sam SprimS A6k.



A.. .i,.e irriwfmm9ou

M,.-nl trs senate: '. I tttr-.!l. I. 1V. Cured Consumption
.hM. lnutl.-r .las lriou'in. II 1 nke, l'iIt- v.hMy'-hu rlind hly s-ick for thri.v
imonlith-i:; the' doctors stated Ine had quick
A 'onisutii>titil. %1e prl(-mled a bottle olf
Weak And L.ow-pirited. Itallarl's llore.honid SSyrupi and it cured
A '4>iti -!'o\rlILt T THit S I\ l i\i i ll- li, h1iln. Thaiit I\va-i six \ t|4r' 1-ago. alld sinie-
-I i 't it. xl t li ov ii al"waVis ke-I H i la ottle in tlie
S ,.atI I-rglon v ot-nrio iii.ld lliherliin'i 1 |iise. We cannot do withlomi lt it. Fli r
ia nedihine of ivinarikalt.ltirv for in- caught ait olds. it has no equal.
digestiton. l.- o ial.-l ite. s t-t .ct- t 2I ,t l l$1 < Ibottle t.) M. Joniies.
in-ll> inio tlh. IMlillt.itl n i r.-t'.iri-I'n e, i' u. -
iin's' tat.'"- ilt.- ii ii I !' r.'-sl1g utei- TABLE of 05 TIDES.
tal d'li'c-i>sioill- ain low spiritst. lI .r-
['bini musi t i t- miiinc irn i narati.itn fli rk I. nin Fi 1t. I ,ii
S asm'o- s.snihl :i. nm iiie .. for ai t ,t a"- .'ose s. n i n
ti: l-l.v rn'liioa d i\ complaint. I womler iii.H TInE.
a t Iro'ldi- i iin r n in -iifft-ri-igjor itwj ndhin d it. .1. p t
tleirt nitn, -y oln'v \ r- ilt g.. linng \'l'.. suiii .S n I 1 -'i 1 .'
' Iltrt-in' I lanrii blle. a so lit i li.-p." Monidatvy. 2:{2 :
SiTures-lay.......... .. .3:3:1' 4:0 O
-. Wedn.slav ............4 :." .5:1 i7
<'t r- n.- iiilei'ts '-li i lil writ-' ilpliiilV otin Tnhur i ........ .. .. .. :{t
ione (fid l' if thi. pial 'r. 'They -htluilil \.ieIl Friday.. e 21 i';4:
eac-h itli iT ii fill, [nl int c!r' al'rev- S;a+ur1t ,in c .. I7 1 7:12

latio i h h1i s ts *A Sunl. ;ift.. .l li e.vt.
X ilns iorii.. Tin ,,s i irn ;a t 7 a. I'ii.
i've. at -1 p. inn "- ,' If s .- ni 'lothilng o '-
:-urm S 'atrnrday aftl'ii- ii, i.. it U" rit b it
'Sat aft. at 2 .' lit. II ii'l t ay "'Mr.
Brown ainl lady Sundlayil in nhTallaihas
w. If tlhe lady is hj. m ift' saiy "Mr.
ianid Mrs. ltrowiin spentt Sunidtay in Talla-
hiassee. If yiou say they '-Stinidayed."
why not say "'Tlursdayed." "Fourth of
Julyed," Juned," or Thauksgivingd?"
It i hbard!y necessary to say -Sunday
morning at 11 a. in.' or "Dr. R'usi M
D.'" If the word "'morning" ie u dpi. -p
m." is superfluous,. and if you ,gi "'\i'i
"[r." don't end with "M. 1) --E\ I


~-. an. it'
ci' it1; n
Satiure!ici -

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The Candy Maker 40

qc z p. q Lmccp~e, *

V LJAY %tV t hCUL.,CZ~

\7.2116 1

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n-I* A~.II rJ Jdie' ad GenWs


We are now closing out our ready-made suits cheap.

our priccL

We are determined to move them.




Our 1902 OVERCOATS that were selling for $10.00 we

have now reduced to $8.50.

Is the largest and most comfortable excursion launch in thee
waters; built last summer; fitted with a ten horse-power (ilobe
engine, whica means rliahilty. The boat has glanm cabin forward.

Makes trips Tonioka Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays,
to the_ leaving'South Bridge at 8.80 3 a.d.
Monday, Wednesdays and from So. Draw
Friday tripe are made to CW Omy f'a at 9-00 a. m.

The Columbia will give yon more time than any other boat at the
Tomoks Cabin. Both the above trips are very picturesque.

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SCHMIDT'S VILLA overlooking the Halifax iver


Fare for Round Trip $1.00.

The hotel commands a mo1 t attt
view in every dirsetioa and no : '
location can ife found in the video,
it is only one nmile from thr oar- '
iand is -onvenient to them
postofflle, chunrhet and. public srteig-
More sunny rooms than any other bota

in tcown. Path room and 1aveloiI.

Mate*SO." p@ er Da"'s$10 perw eek mmad upwrrdle.
Henry fchuidL Pg-P9or~$r ]?"yUse a.

This houw is new and is situated on North Ridgewood: ba. all modern coo-
veniences, heated with haot air; and all onutide rooms. singly or en suite. Onm
suite with private bath; electric lights now in ime; broad varandahs; cuisine *x-
icllent. Rates n. amahble, and eve-rything alone for the comfort of wgnts.
Daytona, Florida.

S,.ilir-7.'ze .1Av.iieh. SEAP.REZE. FLA.


J. L HOWARD), Prcipriettir.

I andNewly F Anished.

A. 4 BABNKfTT, .ManaWr.


SI( Formnerly the Holly Inn)
- u Opens December Ist.
SThis popular hostlery hlus been remodekled and enlarged to double its size; accomo-
modaten 200 guests; it lui been refuniished and decorated eleetrie lighted 9nd
thoroughly heated; hua new billiard and moioking roomB, new ladirs' parlor aW
sm parlor. The Grand Atlantic in sitnat.td on the water hrost and hai beautilI
Slawas, ad south faciin verandaM; good boating and t- from our owM pUi
Rates moderate. Send for booklet. Jes. It. J.e At 5as, nfmgn


Now Open

Electric Lighte.d' ;ild Tllri- ighly lli-ate-il

Perfect r'iisinii-.

Hoct and u ('ld 1Bathe.

'EvrYthing Stri,.tly First Cla.s,-.. aitIt Miderute.

D)avtoua House

Hata- fr4 in li 0 toI i |,%r \'a,4-k Sitialt-d oi liriinor Avenue.
T. L. RODGERS, Proprietor.

Private Board
Corner Ridgewood niiI Maglniolin A \v-iuc.-.. New ii-, lie w'4ll lightly rooms
bathis; el.-tric lights. lIEv-r thing tlr-st lan- F. ,F r irateif i aldir-.ps.
ilrs. J. B. Parkiason, llaytona, Florida


......... +

w Perfumery
* Beach 1Sr-. 'F

C. A. Steele 4U Co.
,___ Central Cycle
LIVERY. 0 0 0 0 '

Itac'hi Str'eet,
I',,i .lior' i Northi of l'Patotti,.,

I L. nra- s iA iihaiil..4.-4sWheek lle ithe
-tY toI) -errItI&IIdimid )fr ssle.

1 c 1i1iI haickly arId liciLI) 4,illai.'

'hbolne 97.

-('.i.Mo\n i')RATED)
---AM N F \TI' tKR .OeF--


lough and Dressed Pine Cypress, Seaside Inn

Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Dire-Ctly oitlto- -cant lea-ioiii.- l)aytoia. N- :i ii4-r1. CA
a id ich-lc -tri"c e ll every rooi. N '\v .N ean pii- r ;anid i-alino.
lOOring, Sidlg Ce iNK l-. & Io,,'NKI-E sS.I'lroritors.f (<)ln.\I.I.. (formerly Slwaiilre- -) F'l, III.D
uS n 'r hotel: I i'arii View House. 'iin'on ('ive. Mar.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
'Phone 83
Offices and Yards: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue. FOUNTAI N CITY PHARI1ACY,
R. J. Malby, Manager..............

\oein iM1 1 HI iSTR-.I-
i' n .wSelet Stock ofi .
Perfumery and Fancy Toiltt Articles.

DR...I M. JON1 ES, llproprli'tor, in n .t ',in sultc1-il ilrof.essin)l.tli4 liirian i lbu ii-
hilmrn; offivhc hours S-Oundays, 9:1ol to lo.:t 1i t. il.; 2 :to t, I UlIo p. Ini.

S. W. ROWLEY. San Mateo, Florida.
NOVELTY STORE n,,.,.., .It i.,S ,
NORMAN S. DAYTON, 1 The Only Genuine Curio

I I TIMWD IStore in Daytona. v 5

'Our orange word souv,-uir- tr. -trkin' S. venir spoon l, i -"t j'itit
Name or initials burned fr .. i i ait. tilii, a, ''4 plir-husaw,

Trowell's Express Baggage Line

;Offic-p ill tOre' 1'-tii-Iate Bai-il.-I uasli't;

ephtuie -93.

We are offering as an Advertisement a


with a view of Daytona-on it with each

Purchase of $i.oo or Over

Launch "Yankee Doodle" for Chrter.

and Toilet Articles. .
('C OI'G A ILSA.M-25 cents a bottle.


N M Trn1 he Nation's
"SAN MATU Bestigar.
It's all Florida.
Why buy imiiporteld .grs.i ma fimn h-, ;v t riplih-al toibaco, docti red with opium
and other drngR. w' h.-nYi yn -on hive thh- pulre' lorida Isaf at a five-cent price.

Iexf o.. ....... .:1 i. 1 FREEBY MAILITO ANY ADDRESS.

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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P, i, vtowri.t. v,-fw;,ri4%t#-r



W* WOW bae o edceou soc sillno bfee ovngIno urnew bidngnrhof NrhCnl

Friday, February 14th

We will offer our entire stock of


at and below cost.

at these Prices:

ar 25 c Pocket Knife. 15 & 1.&
imon sizes. above tis. :tc l.
iBMleaw. t12V
I 9~b Locks, complete. 17 cents
SBrouae Padlocks: cents.

We intend to keep a good supply of nails on hand. Those wishing
to buy HARDWARE at these prices should call at once. This is a
great chance for mechanics to lay in a supply of TOOLS ATr
A BIG DISCOUNT. Also anyone wishing prices on dinner sets%
will find it to their advantaCe to see our figures as we will make even


Prices than ever op Decorated Dir)er

and Fancy China

We have a job lot of 1-HINGING LeIMPS which we
close out at 99 cents complete

Our pDtro)s know what our special i

pricess mean.

New Gemdlags Are Made.
To get correct soundiags in deep
water is difficult. The best inven-
Ona for that purpose is a shot
hin bout thirty pounds, which
cries down a Through this
h or sink* Ul is drilled, and
through the.b bikpmed a rod of
ir n which move ily back and
forth. At the end of the bar a cup
is dug ut, the inside being coated
thlard. The bar is made fast to
dt line, a sling holding the shot in
position. When the bar, which ex-
tends below the shot, touches the
bottom, the sling unhooks, and the
shot slides downward and drives the
lad coated cup into the sand at the
bottom. In that way the character
44 the ocesn's floor is determined.
V. -Chock Full of Work."
A visitor to a farm was especially
truck by the great ruggedness anI
strength of one of the stalwart har-
vest hands and amid to the farmer:
"That fellow ought to be chock
fall of work."
"He is," replied the farmer, "or
he ought to be, because I hain't nev-
er been able to get none out of
Fancy That Old Stuff !
Her good man was ill, and Mrs.
Bogelby had been out to get the
best luxuries her slender purse could
afford for him. When she returned,
her hands trembled so with indigna-
tion that she could hardly untie her
"It all comes of b-in' poor." said
the old lady to her husband.. -"I
jit stopped a minnit at the Riches
to tell em as how you wasn't get-
tin' any better, and Mrs. Ricli said
she as sorry and wanted nme to
bring you a bottle of wine."
Didyou bring it ?" asked the ai'-
ing man eagerlv.
"No; I heard her say it had been
layin' down in the cellar ever since
111k and when she offered it to me
It lked off without savin' a
iz.;;london Answers.
I 4 A t*owworm'saLight.
The English glowworm is the
wingless female of a winged beetle.
Some suppose that the light she
bears is bestowed for her protection
to scare away the nightingale and
ether nocturnal birds. Others, how-
ever, believe that the gift of bright-
anes is the very lure by which her.
foes are assisted to discover and de-
vour her. Much speculation has
been indulged in as to the nature
of the glowworm's light, which is
not put out by water or seemingly
capable of giving forth any heat.
It has been asserted that the light
diffsing substance contains phos-
phorus, but this has never been
proved. Certainly it is incapable of
comIunicating ignition to any-


The your liver isn't acting
we You suffer from bilious-
ess, constipation. Ayer's
Pills act direclv on the liver

Nitew I
from a

on ho mumb sv
hi ||MuemiSui UgS

tLrM -i- ,m mSz. lllATMM
It PII"fci^."-<*?"eslCgflrnx Dl^

Prioe, 50 CAnt,.
hPq by vJAMES F. BALLARD.SL.LaMb.Me n.

S*M by Dr. J. M.JJews.


The reat Through CAr Line from Ilorila-C. nnuectionis:
The AtlanticCoast Line. via Charleston, Richmond.
TOTHE and Was*hiton.
E RJ ST The Souhern ltailway. viT Savainah. ('olinidin iandl
The Southern LRy. via .hl'zupl Atlanta anl Chlatta'go
TO THE WS The Louiville & Nahville via Montg.,oery.v
W eTh T Southern Rv. via Savannah, Columbia, A.shvill.
The Mobile& Ohio It. I. vii Mt ontgonlury.
Via Savandah andl 0eani Steaimship' company for
TO T New York, Philaielphia and Boston.
T TIl l' Via Savannah ail M~wr nlints a:Ml Miners TraUnspor
station coimpiny for Baltimiore'.
Via Norfolk and stea;ier for N,-vw York. laltimnor.-
and Washington.

Sets Tso Key Wet at., 'avaia.'via l Pninsu.lar an,4r<, ,i il ,,,t.il Sr':.-cii.iip Co'pi.Iyv.
To Nova &otin. CapeBreton and Prince, '..rl-. I.liiand vin Boston and Canada.
Sets Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax. Ha'wke.',lury and Charlottestown.
Winter Tourist Tickets
will n (on sale. throughout the North,-rn. .ast .-ri. W'tern ;tnl Soutlwrn States to
all Florida retorts. via the Plant System dtiriiig tihe ..ason '.M. 11H)2, limited to
return until May 21st. with thel lit;-ral stopl-ov,-,r privil.'ges in Florida.
W ill ,Addrimsof part in the North sent tothi. ,iil.r-signed vill lilw.rTlly ; -
plied with all information and handsol dalfl lv.rtiii!r itiitt.r.
For information as to ratVs. sleeping .4:1' ri-.'.r\':kttiOn. 0',... i'll ,no. or write t
F. M. JOLLY. Division Passenger Agent. 1 :t, W\-'t liy St..la'ksonville. Florida.
W. B. DIENHAM. General Superintemdent. I. W NIItENN. 'Pass.Traftie Man..
Savannah. (n. Savannah. Ga.



Hard to Get.
'Doctor-; are soretnim ii.ore t.):i-
siderate of their pati(entb' intced(
than th yv are of their circumstan-
ces. It is easier to< prescribe a jour-
ney to Europe or Bermiuda than it s
to fill the prescription.
A gentleman whose affairs had
become very much embarrassed and
who was overworked and overwor-
ried went to a celebrated specialist
broken down with nervous exhaus-
"Now," said the doctor, "there is
only one thing that you must have.
That is absence of worry, absence of
care and freedom from all preoccu-
"Much obliged for your prescrip-
tion," said the gentleman, "but you4
have left out one important thing in

"What is that ?-"
"You haven't put in the apothe-
cary's street and number."
Engiand's National Library.
The British museum library con-
i tains over 2,000,I00 volumes, ac-
quired partly under the provisions
of th,' copyright ;act, which gives the
nfult'iili a rim.ht to a copy of every
loook pui-ilied in ilie Uniited King-
dom. 1>artly b.\ lpurchiia and partly
by domition or bequest. It also ap-
pears that in t he nu;soum there are


Air Line Railway.


W. rd bk Uoof Gam~
hdrOPgm chod


-Through tirketato New York, Piladmbiiil
New lHaven, New London, Stomhingn,
0 Providence, Fall River. Boston and
at rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Three steamer
trains every Thursday. leaving JTwaksonville its follows:-
: Via the Sea Ishla dsn........................ 10:1 a.m. (M tropolitan Limited.)
Vi Phlant Systein.......................... :15:1 p. n.
V* ia 4 Sl.o rl Air Lite..................... 7:4 .p. (Fast Mail.)
l'as.eiingers Ieave I)aytoni 5:21 ani and
:3:22 pin, niaking clhe coinnetions.
Sor illustrated nmtter, diiramsn. rwservations, ticket. etc., address
SA. W. PYE, Agent, .20 w"t Bay Stt.
SA, W PYVR A lt Jacksonville. Florida.
S4;o. IIH. (Clark. Lot.xl AUn-nt, Datytona. Fli.


Western & Atlantic Railroad.



Carriyiq through Pullman Vestibuled B'ffett Sietpecr. Jo'k.-nrill to 9
Loui t inthaut change. Ch1,oice of Routes.
For information relative to rates, schedule, -t,'., or for sleeper reservations, writeto
C. E. HARMAN. Gen. Pass A.gnt. TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Paim. Axge
Atlanta. I;t. Jackaonville, Fla,
11. F. SMITH,t T fir M.ilman;a.r. Na.-hville, Tenn.

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e IVASIit. Nf'El. 11. BUNIT! OwnR. Pa1111. Al 'i l.llIA Va. ~(IR
0 .
J. M. i BAf R R it .,rnia- t II ilk '.' lit tiVa.

1 11.141 off4 ;It ,

))-qa .1 4 Ir n. I~tt ke II,t ho.IlI h1 441 li 441 I ll,4 4% II I Id
him I *I-.4.'IIIII -1441q-4 R'I P *

Atlan ittilait, V1ald--oIsII ta)\I&I1Western-1. f Ryt .
ket 11% It Morning T rain fom w k~l, il oteie

What a Tarantula Looks Like. 1 o N
Th1i M .:lah. ti.rantuila sometimes N N. ., N, N 1t>
5j)1'C d4Il O \ iT .IX l 14.'h s lu a re b u t 7 :2> n5 ii ;; -)7'. 1 I.\ .I. lt .. ,,n \ I ,' ... .. \ .",4) i ,m ... .... -.10 l n i
spreuVI0 o x r -.\ lich square. but 7 .:-- s 11 i r \i \ i ., .. ,v 4:{- a7....... -:> 30 |>n
more frcilt n.'l iv four or five inches. .1:1 1 i'n o. in \r i!,,.I .. .. .v 11 I1 pam...... .11:5 am
A shlagi-v c,)a;i of hair covers the 7:4., pin T.. a7 2- \ t tl.it.i ........ :t i ......... 7 :-lo a
sturfar. tlCe reat spider. It is 1: oo s I..,1 t \t i h:,It n.II;n I. :1 pm ......... :14:l l II-
supplied t iti -ix long, l yV legs l; *:4 ;t ;. I r. \. ',, ill. ,v -. :; amn .. ... :31Im
and two tla1ig rou pedipalps, or 712:01 ,: 1 1 .' I:I \'. i. 1 l.' I. I .. ... : ; i
striker. .t, :irained with a sharp 1, -. 1 .\ A ,t A..'- I. ', I, isnl,
sting anl poi-on sac. The strikers 12. 4 2 :iti .1 \, .lI.,:'-. i'. I : an ... "'
are frequentlYv mistaken for two 1 ..... -'*:' \r <'n itni,. 11 i i1; I1 --. in
long legs, and from this arises the ......... .. .. .'. \i I 7 in .......
idea that the creature has stings on
its feet. Tw1 o powerful projections N,, 4- I i .. I i)..- rn.'- 4' i'Pu ;:'l ini i i : '.i.t r S:.. i;n I';ar-.
resembling jaw, protrude from the Jack-onvill. t St. >I.. i t nn1i .l>aJ -.k,, nvill.. 14 t I .1I. I. l, 1'tt u. I n ,',.. I ltak-inI
head. n(l,.r .u'h of these is a dir*' t toInn,...t,,,n aut N ishl h.- ll th l.-.'.i> .,, I..,'iit- il.' ;:iii.l I nnati.
eatdIV stoll ait eh,.il,, ii .\ A \ W .I s1.>ti;- I ,. ':.,-,l. |I.ttr 4,11,1 lFaro.
curved poi-, n fang siiuilar to a cat's iiroIY h S t.p ,-ht i.t w4 V -n .1 v.k,.iN.il. anI N. M ,.,,r .
claw, but ,.!x'ar.r, exactly like those ,No. --1-Dv AIpn -'--St ps tt all V & ..l I : n'. :tkes iir -t o p
of a rattle nake, which may be lift- ne i tio ed, extended and hooked into the ('I, onnie.ti.tis ui,,ii.. at Ja-ks4 i' ti.il.- '\ it i iITl- : .1- o:f ti. i boar.i
victim. person thus stung or. L Ui :.01 1 i i Ia; F t 4 it 14 '
bitten n'mi-t cut the tarantula away.IINES. il'n Sp t .
at once, for the spider does not seem .--.
willing t,, :hook, its fang. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD

Rapid Sailing.
On a fishing smack one bright, T a C ia
calm night the captain and his men To St. Louis and Chcago
went down to supper, leaving tChe
wheel in charge of the cabin boy. Pullit:I.o i Pal s4-p,'ing rar- fri m .naI'k.ri:\; .- l.,,- :i!.tl .. i ,iK.,;.
He was not very experienced, and i.i.vith .Ta.k-,,lvii!. daixy :,T ;. i ., r, ;,.>
the captain before going below said: i
"Boy, steer by that star, and you Dixie Flyer Route
will be right." Wit Flyer Route
Hnowever in a hnrpt time ha nt

Tri-Weekly Sailings
c'allina ;it I'Charlestoin. S. 4'.. iothli ways.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
|)iri't S-rvir'0 Ik-twcii
Calling at I'lha'rl.st hn I.oth Ways.


From Lewis' Wharf. Boston
from foot Catherine street, Jackssnville

(16I lor\ Li.1 -)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
sTOl'PPl'ING .T I'l.ATK. .\AS'l' ST F C. IS. 1-:IltES iF D. (Dlu+Ai i))
I.IE SlItlM ;S .ti; l l. m .,li.i' l..ir lir_" ,in .I .ItllNS RIVER.
Is:iMiE City of Jacksonvile,
S.\I'T. \\. .\ s, .\\ .

i' AI'1' n'') II-.i 4 TO() .\IT, \% t I.I..w :
Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p m..Sndays, Tuesdays and Thursdas
Leaves Sanford 9:30 a. m Mondays, WeJnesdays and Fridays
S.utlhblound. S 'IIEIt I I'
S:4 ll. .................... ... .. .\...l'A .A' K A.
S):4 m .... ........ .......
:1 am..... ...... ..................... l .
1 :l: a m ........................ ....... S4 r F R A. N t'I. ..... ..... .. .......
.... .................. lB l E .s -' l >) ( 1I1: I..\ ) .. ........... ...
': 1 m 1 1 .. . . .. .. .. I.l. 1 S XP .I I N S . ...
arrivee s :3: n ............... ... .................. ;.\ 1N F ( R ..

A rrive 2:04.)&a
I...ave 8.00 Ipa
2:30 ps
12:(X) u's
I I:tK)aM
9:340 SM

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

A. C. IIAGERTY. in .. Arnt. 1'. M. IRONMONGE J.. F. A'..A.,
19 State St.. Ne-w York. 204 Wst Bay St., ..Jwksouville, Fm
THOS. D. HALEY. L.,al Frt. Agt. P. P.LOVELL.. Ast. Fli. Sipt..
Foot lio4i)i, St.. .latksonivillb. Foot ll,,:ti St.. J*i.ks,,n\ ille.
.INO. 1. HOWAIRD. Superintt,(I,.nt.
t.ot Hlogan St.. .Jncks.onvillo.
THEO. 0. EAGER, Wil. P. CLYDE & CO.,
General Manager lEeneral Agents,
Chcsebrough Building, 1U Stat St p0:posite Itittry Park, New York.


Richmond Washington Baltimore
PhIladelphis Boston Atlanta
Asheville Chattanooga Louisville
Cincinnati St. Louis Kansas City
Detroit Cleveland Pittsburg
Chicage, etc.


The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washington, Richmond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida press
The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited

Pullman Sleeping Car Line Ja.&kion\il e to Cincinuati, via
Asheville. through 'The Land of the Sky
Through trains via The Southern Railwa\ are operated in
connection with the Plant System and Florida Vast Coast Railway
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cair on all through
Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correpondeene Selloited.

H. F. CAREY, Fla. Par. Agt, 10S V. Bay St., Jackmonvile, F1.
General Paamner Aentl, A't Gen'l Pas. Agest,
Washington. D. C. Atlanta, Ga.
Ja3rasry 15, 103.

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