wVN. oI. wo. o7.
flmwtouam. 1Ul4dam. rob.ih22~9. 1902
see c. c
at the NOVELTY STORE
for anything in the following lines: vis
Mucal Goods Artist's Supplies
Toilet Articles Pocket Knives
Sporting Goods (name,
Bird Cages and Glass
supplies School Supplies
Window Shades Masks
LAw y's* ad Wiley's Chocolates always fresh. Sewing machines for sale,
r Nmre, aWd repaired. All sorts of tooleand machinery repaired promptly.
......Picture Framee Made to Order......
w- -W- --_-w-
lb A I- --A
Wi yoe want your painting and
paperhaglOgdos In a workman-like
S mameaw em i R n Koet & Owlnner.
S F. D. Pab of Cresent City, the Su-
pome -Gm Dpuiy of St. Joseph's Aid
S sesMiy,aleoloned organization, was in
S &maa 6 M week to pay the insurance
atheM fthe late Catherine Wilson.
Thee a lage number of members of
i. Kest & Owiner, the painters and
paper haPrs, a artists in their line,
a you will make no mistake in con-
smgtheme A.te -
Php T. White, of Port Orange, will
Staheot a party of two on fishing trip
hrr OO per day, and furnish plenty of
S bailt Beats, lie and bait furnished for
It1IG per day.
-^ *.:M ********
We have just received a large
stoek of goods manufactured
by the National Biscuit Co.
They are strictly high grade
and nothing can be found to
equal them. Hre are some
OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL
Most of the hotels in the city are full.
J. A. Erickson was over from I teLand
Don't miss the Sunday excursion to-
WHuyler's candy always fresh at
Geo. H. Clark's.
A. H. Kling. of Marion, Ohio, if one of
the new arrivals at the Despland.
'A fine line of pocket books, purses
and card cases in alligator and carved
leather at Clark's.
I&.Eastiman's W. II. and blue print
papers in sealed can t lit ;Harris' studio.
opposite south bridge,.
Mr. and Mrs. .. A. S 'A l and daughter
arrived Tuesday from lbso-he.ter N. Y..
and are at the lespland.
Miss Cecelia Harris, whou lha Iaen ill
for the past couple of weeks. is again nhle
to be among her numerous friends.
Winn Rodgers, the obliging city inmr-
shall, has received a three-horse power
DeMooy engine for his laihnh.the Almna.
S. P. Withers. of Saline County. Mo.
who has been visiting with his pan-rnts
on North IBe Ist -li.t. returned hoimne
Ponce Park is ackn-,"vhl-ilged.to lx-e thi
finest fishing pl-e in this neighborhood.
The Pecetti House in al4o acknowledged
to be the est hote-l at Ponce Park. For
information and rates address GO)MEZ
A. PACETTI. l'on-e Park, Fla. :13
5..(N) f.et ,of I. inch pipe, and 1.500
feet of 3;-inh pipe. Will be sold at less
than half price. Apply to.
2-22 J. C. I'KTTkrI'HEa.
The following is taken from an addn-ss
delivered before a Press Association by
an editor in Iowa: "There is no calling
or profession outside of the newspaper
business in which one needs to be so cau-
tious about knowing what he tells and
about telling what he knows. The
preacher can claim that his hearer'a ears
are dull, the lawyer can blame the jury
and the court can demand a rehearing,
the doctor can say it was heart failure
and have his mistake soon buried and
the grass growing over it, the teacher
can erase the chalk mark from the board,
but when the newspaper man makes a
f mistake in answering thequestion'What
shall I say ?' his bridges are burned be-
hind him. for the printed leaves, with
their proof in black and white, have been
scattered hither and you are in thehands
of foes as well as friends. The book-
keeper can correct his footing. and pous-
sibly not even his employer may be the
wiser. the merchant may make good the
flaw found in the dress pattern., and only
the one customer may ever share the
knowledge with him; the mechanic.
when he blunders, may saw another
board or put putty in the crack; but
when an error creeps into the paper
every reader within at least a Sabbath
day's journey of the office hastens to call
the editor's attention to it."
J. R. COLE,
North Ridgewood Avenue.
Today is the 170th anniversary of
George Washington's birthday.
OWPastry that is dainty, delicious and
nutritious at the Gramling Bakery.
Mesdames E. F. Catlin and G. W. Clin-
ton, of St. Louis, are at Schmidt's Villa.
Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun, of Kentucky,
are guests at the White louse. of Sea-
li'Episcopal prayer books and
hymnals at Clark's jewelry and sta-
Mifs Hallie Champlin,
young lady of Chicago. is
Mrs. R. I. Wall.
Mrs. Anna Mickel and
Rutherfordton, N. C, are
Villa for an extended stay.
the guest tof
Skilled work. This you can feel sure
of getting if you take your watches to
Wray's (jeweler) Music Store.
TheGAZITTE-NEws is on sale atClark's
and Barnes' news stand every week. It
is also on file in all the leading hotels
throughout the state.
Commodore C. G. Burgoyne left Mon-
day with his handsome yacht, the Sweet-
heart, for at cruise to the Bahama Is-
lands. Mrs. Burgoyne accompanied him.
W'Graham and rye bread at the
S. Hi. Moneley leftTuesday morning for
Atlantic City, New Jersey, where he
went with the intention of leasing a ho-
tel for the coming summer.
W.AThe River View it most delightfully
situated, facing the Halifax river on the
Seabreeze side between the two upper
bridge-s; well conducted and a table
equal to higher priced houses. Call, see
place and get terms.
Several handsome new parlor ears for
the Florida East Coast Railway com-
pany arrived last week, says the St.
Augustine Record. A number of coaches
and freight cars are expected daily and
owing to the immense traffic over the
road are badly needed and will be put
into service immediately on theirarrival.
gI.Those that wish to be assisted in
bicycle riding would do well to call on
Edmund Miller, corner Cedar and Pal-
McCoy Brothers will run the Columbia
on an excursion to Turtle Mound, the
famous embankment whereCaptain Kidd
is supposed to have buried part of his
treasures, tomorrow. This is the first
Sunday excursion of the season and the
public should not miss the opportunity
to take this delightful ride of 60 miles on
the Halifax and Indian rivers. The boat
will leave the south bridge at 7:30 in the
morning. The fare for the round trip
will b $1..:50. The Columbia is a newly
built, fast boat and has accommodations
for sixty or more persons.
Twenty a.mes of land at Oak Hill one,-
half mimilhe from station. north; well
adapted to raising of early vegetables; ait
portion of said land is willow glades and
of inexhaustible fertility; will tbe sold at
a b.ariin. Apply to, 2-22
4'HAs. L. SMITH.
about our statement as to qualities.
we offer is just as pure and delicious
as wi say it i-. We carry
and Wiley's Candies
in various shapes and always FRESH,
PURE and DELICIOU'S. We sell candies
from 10 cents per pound to M1.00 per
pound and guarantee their quality.
Barnes Novelty Store.
for'Sliced ham : lw.a- fresh .r the
R. I Wall n'tu in',l Ilt-i Sitinilad y from
an extended visit to C!la anndt thf Isle
giBrain bread, the great br.in ie.vel-
oper and nerve builder. fresh ',eery diay
at the Gramling Bakkery.
The Florida Easlt mCo,-t llailwan.x om-
pany have a force of men at work fein-ing
the yard aroimil the freight himi-..
MY-A complete -ttowk of Nw I ien
paper Tantt rs for Ma.i-h. -inlr.acing all
Little Elisabeth and Mason Wall gave
a joint birthday party to a number of
their friends Thursday afternoon from
two to five o'clock. Mason was five on
St. Valentine's day and Elisabeth will be
three today, so they "split the difference"
on the dates. Very danity refreshments
were served and the little ones spent a
very happy afternoon.
At a meeting of the directors of the
Almacigos Springs Land company held
at Havana Wednesday, January 12th,
the following officers from among the
directors were elected: President, Benj.
Mason; vie-president, E. C. Smith; treas-
urer, IL 1. Wall; secretary, C. M. Johnson.
The president and secretary were au-
thorized to issie the stock of the com-
pany, and the surveying and plotting of
the company's land was ordered to
commence at once.
ITNFBoston Brown Bread and Baked
Beans at the Gramling Bakery to-day.
Tuesday evening the Knights of
Pythias gave their annual banquet. The
S. F. H. Orchestra was engaged for the
occasion. Messrs. Thomason and Bar-
ker also entertained the gathering with
pleasing solos. The Mille-Guild Quar-
tette rendered a couple of selections
which were loudly applauded. A very
sumptuous supper was served by Mrs.
Gramling, and many favorable comments
were passed at the excellence of the re-
past. About ninety were present at the
Boone, th- hypnotist and mind reader,
gave a very creditable and pleasing en-
tertainment at the opera house Wednes-
day evening. Tuesday evening lihe put
his subject in a hypnotic sleep in the
show window of Bingha:;m & M.Lley's fur-
niture store. All Tuesday night and
Wednesday the subject blept and was
viewed by hundreds of persons. At the
opening of the entertainment Wednes-
day evening the sleeping man was
awakened. The carriage drive in the
afternoon was carried out as advertised
and he fully demonstrated to the large
gathering that he understood mind-
reading. Boone had a packed house
Wednesday evening, and with very few
exceptions, satisfied everyone present.
It seems as though the greatest ac-
complishment in the photographic art
hasbeen reached when an audience may
see the great Pan-American Exposition
as it actually took place in Buffalo. or
be transferred, as if by magic, to Canton
or Washington to see the solemn funeral
of the late President. Such is now an
accomplished fact, and those who go to
the Opera House tonight can spend an
hour within the gates of the great Pam.-
American to see the greatest show of the
century. and during the same evening be
carried to Canton and Washington to
see the late President's funeral, as it
actually took place, with all the move-
ments of tlhe original. Thomas A. Edison
has -ertainly greatly minimized the cost
of travel by bringing the ends of
thlie world together by the scien-
tific application of electricity and photo-
graphy, and no one should miss this
highly instructive and interesting ex-
A.Twil l a R Uljv -.:11 1a.l .-
Mi-mm.MI. A. .lPouugln w "lIi uiuth or w-
To *eke abUbc i Cefeln tilt w hi,,"* ur, nn ,, w1l at ond spring millinery opening about the
Bunnell's Saw and Planer Mill is ow lli- first week in March, when she will have
a #- ... .:. k AI ....."ni d l L*..,l-. i- r i \. rv :tt'n iiv" "Tw v on exhibitionatnn nn hlabornte diaini nf
See the Pan-America tonight.
The Bestt Hoe is full to overflow-
ing, and is ternmig away from 8 to 10 a
WWhen collecting souvenirs of
Dayton a selection of Harris' en views
should head the list, Stadio, Peek Block.
James M. Rude, of Covington, Ky., ar-
rived on Thrday and is stopping at"
the Bennett Home with his wife and
son who haveheen there for some weeks.
Adam Schants' ice plant was put in
uocceggful operation for the firt time
Monday afternoon, and ice will be furn-
ised today. The plant of the Daytona
Ice company has been shut down and
they will handle the ice manufaWtured by
The Daytona Hoome has its share of
winter visitors. T. L. Rodgers, the pro-
prietor, leaves nothing undone that
would add to the comfort of his visitors,
and his house has won the reputation
of being one of the most hospitable
places in Daytona.
WINew cheviots at 10 and 12% cents
just in at Hill's this week.
A very unique package was mailed at
the Daytona poetofflce yesterday. A
guest of the Bennett House, G. B.Sea-
man, sent a cocoanut without any other
than the natural covering to James Du-
cat Millar, a friend at Milwaukee, Wis-
conein. The postage on the nut was 22
'Squire Williams had a Seabreeze case
before him Tuceday morning. Dr. C. D.
Seeley had C. P. Lund arrested for using
obscene and indecent language, on the
public highway. The debfedent was
bound over under bonds of $50 to appear
before Judge Stewart on the second
Tuesday in April.
W'Finest line of home-made candies at
the Gramling Bakery.
Eb. Mansfield has the good graces of
boatmen who make trips up the To-
moka. The mouth of that scenic river
has been dredged out and boats can now
go through without danger of ground-
Mrs. Burgess, of India, will speak to-
day at 2:30 instead of Monday at the
Fountain City House, and Sunday at
eleven o'clock at the Christian church.
Rev. Langdon will preach at 7:30 in the
Monday afternoon the fire alarm was
sounded and a crowd started for a scrub
fire at the head of Fairview avenue. The
blaze was extinguished and no damage
was done. It is supposed that the fire
was set by a locomotive.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart, of Chicago,
are visiting with Mrs. W. F. Stewart at
her beautiful Seabreese home. Mr. Ptew-
art favored this office with a pleasant
call yesterday and had his suhecription
credited up for two years.
OIWThe Mason & Wall Co. will com-
mence moving their stock to their new
building next to Austin's bicycle store
Monday and will be straightened
a round and ready for business in their new
quarters in about one week.
The sun parlor in Mr. Schantz' hand-
some new building i, now completed,
and chairs and tables now occupy the
floor. For a small fee visitors can sit
down to a table and drink all the Lilly
Water they want. Two of the bath
rooms are also in running order.
Frank Hatch has resigned his position
as agent at this place for the Florida
East Coast Railway Company, and his
place is being filled by William F. Jibb.
who was until lately at Rofkledge. Mr.
Jibb is well known to Daytonians, he at
one time being employed on the GAZrTTK-
NEWS as a typo.
During the past week several parties
have been dredging oysters from the
bars in front of the city. These oysters
are in a place where they come in con-
tact with the filth carried into the river
by the sewers, and an ordinance should
be passed by the city council prohibit-
ing the sale of them.
The Daytona Telephone company has
completed the line to Ormond and
Moundgrove, with a station at Holly
Hill. Subscribers can now communicate
with the following without any inconve-
nience: J. E. Francis, store; Ormond
Railway station; Hotel Ormond; J. D.
Price, residence; E. J. Bacon, residence,
"No. 9;" L. B. Knox and Chas. N. Knox,
"Moundgrove." The rate of toll from
Daytona to Holly Hill is ten cents; to
Ormond and Moundgrove fifteen cents,
for a three minute conversation.
The Big 4 have decided to hold another
series of four parties, the first to be
given next Tuesday evening. The par.
ties will be given at intervals of about
two weeks. The Club has already given
one series of dances this season and have
made the affairs very popular. In the
new series one or two parties out of the
oriar.Ae wi .*ll he mriv 1. Ono.will esnk h
GRAND ATLANTIC RECEPTION. I
Wednesday evening was a delightful
evening and a vast assemblage at-
tended the opening reception of the
Grand Atlantic Hotel. The house was
beautifully decorated with palms, smilax
and potted plants, and was brilliantly
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were assisted in
receiving by Mrs. Hugh McLaughlin. the
charming wife of the world renowned
"Boss" McLaughlin, of Brooklyn, and
by Miss Amelia Potter, of this city.
The invited guests began to gather
about eight o'clock and it was only a
short while until the large hotel was
filled to overflowing The reception
hall, sun parlor and dining room were
full and it was almnoat impossible for the
visitors to make their way from one
room to the other. I
Hon. William C. Courtney. the talented
son-in-law of '-Bom" McLaurblin. en-
tertained the vast gathering by several
lightful dramatic re.itations, he being
an artist in this line. C. A. Kirby, of
Boston, was to have rendered several
vocal secle:tions but, unfortunately. lie
had caught a severe cold and was unable
to unse hi voice, much to the regret of
Delicious r4.fresrhn.eint. ,imnistin of,
ice cream., cak, and pun.h, war. very
daintily served, after which the dining
room was cleared and dancing wvas in-
dulged in for a couple of hour'.
A number of the ladies were hamnd-,
somely gowned-in fact so many of them
that we will not go into detnilr,.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and their sons,
Claud and Howard are to be congratu-'
lated on the success of the reception and '
the way in which they so pleasingly
handled the large crowd.
The Seaside Hotel at Coronado Beach
has a new ad. in this week's issue. This !
house is very pleasantly situated on the
Miss Louise Cornell, of Boston, has
taken a room at the Waldron house for
John Pendrel, traveling passenger
agent for the Clyde Line, wan in the city
Geo. A. Upton, proprietor of the (Mal
House at Magnolia, Mass., is spending a
few days at the Palmetto.
WI.,A few Parson Brown and Ratentma
orange trees, ulwn some James grnpe-.
the largest (grown. for sale by E. N.
A lquartette of colored singers under
the direction of R. (C. Calhoun will sing
stnmie of their m'ured songs in the Congre-
gaitionnli church on Wednesday evening.
Febr'mry 26, prayer meeting evening.
There will be a collection taken for the
Robert Hungerford Industrial school for
14olowrd boys and girls. They are maid
to lw ai company of excellent singers.
I had a terrible cold and could
hardly breathe. I then tried Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, and it gave me im-
W. C. Layton, Sidell, IL.
How will your cough
be tonight? Worse, prob-
ably. For it's first a cold,
then a cough, then bron-
chitis or pneumonia, and
at last consumption.
Coughs always tend
downward. Stop this
downward tendency by
taking Ayer's CherryPec-
HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
Anm te osly kind we carry. Our prices are marked in plain
glms, and ve have Ton price for everybody and that the
lowest. We enumerate below a few prices:
C aM Imlaae eared Winchester hams, per pound ............... ......lie
Wb pes prmviumm hams, per pound................................ 14%c
Nor r r salt pork, per pound................................... 11%c
Art b e s' Co e .....................................12 c
ThrM pondcan of choice Pumpkin............................................. 10c
Blanek-eyd, ad navy Beans, per quart........................................ 9c
Fay Pruaes, 8 pounds for............................ ........ 25c
a, gaaatesd strictly frsh ...............................35c
6f9mUAnd Sugar, 16 pounds for ......................$1.00
Prices su!ject to change.
1.New white P-K in at Hill's.
WOnly the best at the Gramling
The waiters of the Grand Atlantic wifl
give a cake walk at the hotel tight.
Dr. George F. Roby, of Bosto, is
spending a few weeks at the Palmtto.
66Oee Moore Br.' new line ladies'
belts and ebatelane bags in hand carved
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bell, of Chicago,
are among the recent arrivals at the
J. B. Moore and a party of gentlemen
friends left Wednesday for a cruise to Mi-
ami in the Ruth 8.
Both the hotels at Ponce Park ar
filled and guests have hard work finding
The steam tog, Leo, owned by A. A.
Bunnell, the saw-mill man, is busy every
day bringing logs up the river to the
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Sharpuach, of
Masontown, Pa., arrived Thursday and
is stopping at The Palms for a week
A. E. Wilbur, of Marshalltown, Iowa,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.J.G. Brown.
Mr. Wilbur expects to leave Monday for
Miami and Nassau.
Edward A. Groesbeck, formerly cashier
of the First Fational Bank of Albany,
N. Y., arrived Wednesday and is at the
Ridgewood. He in an old time friend of
Frank T. Peck.
A party from the City Hotel went up
the Tomoka in the launch. Columbia on
a fishing expedition Tuesday. They
caught no fish but saw fourteen alliga-
tors on the trip.
F. M. Ironmonger, Florida passenger
agent for the Clyde Line, accompanied
by Mrs. Ironmonger, stopped off at Day-
tona Friday of last week on their way
home from Nassau.
Boatmen say that Mosquito Inlet is
in the worst condition ever known. Sev-
eral new sand-bars have appeared where
a year or so ago a channel was, and the
channels have all changed.
Bingham 3 Maley
..... Have just roewived a fine line ......
Rockers and Chairs, Baby Carriages,
Go Carts, Refrigerators and Rugs.
it to atW
They sell Sherwin-Williams Paints.
Almond Boa Bons
Five O'clock Teas
Monel's Breakftct Bacon. the
best that money can buy.
We bave the ularest and finest
Hla of emeral foods in the city.
We have the largest assortment
high grade canned goods in the
eoity. The price, of course
EL. tCOIA & CO.,
mr.00's look SR.
MOORE BROS. 5
have in uaul tthe a
largest and prettiest
ine of summer dress
and shirt waist goods
ever seen in Daytona.
N You Cammot Fd
wmt Tau wmL ..... Whyl m BARNE&
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SmW. ITIGERALD, Pum. N .
10 1BUPTION RATE:
S.0 per Am, M iet SB Advanme.
NOW|1, lle Ier Ilack M ob timan.
en -leeB per Iue BAmh aI4eol .
a u on live topics of
meal ntewst solited. Anything per-
taemin to personal grievenm or quarrels
wi mot be published except over the
WisLS .mignature, and at our re nlar
Eatered at the Postofle at Daytona.
Florida, as Second (lass Matter.
Saturday, Feb. 22, e1902.
l SOCIETY ORGANIZED.
The ladies of the Firlt M. E. churrh
nst at~the home of Mrs. T. J. McMurray.
i+ may afternoon. February 14th, and
SOUwaimed the Ladies' Auxiliary Society.
Aeoustitution was adopted and goodly
6 gbers of names were enrolled. The
setig closed with an siial hour nnd a
up of tea.
A preliminary meeting was held at
Mi.. L. H. White *s on Friday of the week
b fore. The officers elected at that meet- I
in were as follows: Mrs. L. H. White,
,. Pmident; Mrs. B. Hawk, lot Vice-
oudent; Mrs. J. M. Carson, 2nd Vice-
SP..iaent; Mrs. T. J. McMurray, Seerv.
S tr; Mrs. E. B. Wightman, Treasuer.
The next meeting will be held Friday
February 28th at 2:30 o'clock at the
ame of Dr. Jennie Brsh. All the la -
S dies of the. church are invited
M LoSrT-A small black seal leather,
dEver mounted, purse. marked M. 8.,
S atler. Reward to finder. Inave at.
S Mrs. H. P. McKinley, of Marion, Ohio,
-- ad Mr. and Mrs. John Levette, of
r Youmgtown, Ohio, have taken rooms
at the Waldron House.
Among the recent arrivals at the Ben-
u Mt Hoose are Mrs. N. C. Hatch and two
L deAise, Cleveland, Ohio; Miss H. E. Ger.'
r, Chicago, Ill.; Mo. Shirae Mose
md MinRicketson Pittsburg. Pa.; Mr.
S rMi Mr. Earl Merry, Bowling Green,
Oo;, Mr. and Mrs. John Hart and Miss
LF Hart, St. Paul, Minn.; John 0.
S Waim and Miss Williams, Brooklyn.
N. Y.; J. & Ctinham and Mrn. Cuning-
h bam, Knoxville, Iowa..
W*4s lon C
5' O11%Ste.n p~
RUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:
The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washington. Rihhmonod and
The New York and Florida Ezprese
TO / Ea"r.
The Chicago and- Florida Special
The Florida Limited
M/ Tw MWWM AM UCTM
Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
Asheville, through "The Laud eo the Sky."
Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
connection with the Plant Syste and Florida East Coast Railway
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Motel Dining Cars on all through
Ask for Tiekets via Se6ter Railway. Crrespendease SeltedL
H. F. CAMY, 71. Pa.. Aget~OB V. Bay St., Jadkawi Fl7.M
Gsm! taPs"W Ags4
BLAINE'S MEMORY. g
A Sy S-ewing New Well W ped
Wa Ite POeWr. .
A talent for remembering names
&al faes is a maMt cnnvenient nne.
V. H. TAYLOE,
As't Gen'I Pas. AgtA,
. Admbt, Ga.
P. W. SAMS, t* P pu,,w
R3tsw S tad Upward; SpieW to
XMW SMrxA, pLWWA.
Thompson, lo Tir.
High Orade Tailoring a Specialty.
Sulte made to order r $18 and
up; Pats. for 1 anu apwarda.
G taieo%- -a moni I t
Cottage Ave., rear of City Hotel.
WATrn-SVL-vZL PBON or CBA,,-
acter and good reputation in each state
(one in this county required) to repre-
sent and advertise old established
wealthy business houe of solid fnaocial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expenses additional, all payable ln cash
each Wednesday direct from bead oce .
Hore and carriage furnished when nee-
cesmary. Bebernmwe. Enclow mseltad
drneed,-tamped envelope. Manager,
316 Caxton Building, Chicago.
Beautifully Located on Ridgewood Ave..
NOW OPEN TO GUESTS.
It is a Fact
That we have the finest amortment ol
groceries in the city. I'rice are right.
D. F. MORRISON
especially for a man in public life. Seaside Hotel
Few men have it in greater measure ,'ORONAD; BEACiI
than had Mr. Blaine. There are a .A new andl nlp-to-date hotel. with lar
thousand stories of his wonderful airy. glass enclosed sun parlor faring the-
readiness in recalling persons. and Atlantic. It has 400 feet of broAd ver-
here is one not before in print: andas; situated oi the famous peninsula
In the early sixties he was travel- with fishing in the surf on one side of the
in a sleeping car through Cana- hotel and in the Indian River North on the
da. Deep in the Canadian forest other side. AMI .Mrs:Ts-flshing, hunting.
th engine broke down, and there boating bathing. gathering e bill
tl girl of seve years was a fellow lards. riding and driving. Rates. $7 to,
Sgr of five years was a fellow$12 per week. From Daytona take F.E.'.
pmeinger. Mr. Blaine made friends
with the child and to pass the time -
of waiting proposed that they should NEWj BAKERY
go in search of spruce gum. They
came back laden with sticky spoils. Having putvhasd Mr. Lindlerg's in-
which were shared with their com- teret in the bakery lousiness. I have
w h rhe. removed to the...
Fifteen years went by, and the! Harroun Building
eildl had grown to be a college sen- in the rear of the Opera Hou... where I
wit.h .ain i w nill cotinue the manufacture of Bread,
o ar without e an seeingaMr. Blad i Pies. Cakes and all kinds of Baker's
One afternoon sne heard him speak goods and will furnish Fancy Cakes,
at a large public meeting, and at the Macamroon. Kises, etc. to order. Orders _
clae o e address she made her also taken for plain and faney leeCremn
Way to him. She said simply and Ices. put up in brick form if desired. "t
a to She sad simply: Thanking all my former patrons for
aMr. Blaine, I don't suppose you their trade in the past I hope to merit a
will remember me. I am Margaret continuanen of the same. Culland see me.
Quick as a flash came the answer. W m, Si ing* w
emphasized with a hearty hand -- -
VHave you ever tasted any spri e
gum since that was as good as ifint
Of course the recognition made
that girl his friend for life. '
Mr. Blaine was once'asked how
e*M qued the power. He said that **TrM .*
Seas not conscious of any especial
~- t to gain it unless by cultivat- T lkpOhrte connec-i ons
Ag the habit of always thinking have been isd between
eer carefully each night the events lave bwn ,stlisl twen
f the day and the persons who
S ak. part in them. Probably Daytona and DeLand t
a 0el itten record of these would '
_-Mll h M further in the strengthen- byv th< Daytona Tlephon c.ompa.iv.
St power. Certain it is that h .
tiu n med egotist who thinks
aditAWk of nothing outsidehimself Tol n i
As a idom the owner of the usefl Toi: 30 CCnts.
-Imory for the names and faces of -
the --Yoluth's Companion.
T". EvWlton of tiU word. T
As men in early times fought Titus v x
hand to hand, the oldest specimens
of the sword are short. In fact, the POC)L 4
sword is probably but an evolution
of the club, which, at first made of and RIT .T lARD
hardwood, was gradually sharpened
e emne and then on both sides, so as ROOMS.
ato Wdmet a more deadly wound. j
ood gave way to stone, which in 1 Hot Lunches served at all hours.
tun was displaced by bronze, iron Oyster stews a specialty.
and finally steel.
The sword increased in length as
umB became more civilized and FOR
showed a disposition to fight farther
away from each other, which re- First Class Work a|
uared more dexterity in the use of .
weapon. Some specimens we ( TL1 ON TIHE h
avre of swords of the middle agas Ja n St-ea *Ian,
are almost if not quite as long as ayto Stem|
A new hour, heated.throughout by hot
air. new furnishings, everything
to) make guestacomfartahle.
M e. Gorgse DUverlln. Prop.
iJ. H Niver & Son,
- ITRNITURE, HARDWAREa iIl
Samne Old Stand.
Morlth.- and Wester"b
(..it uelii1',*'ctcl oi kRetto ') trt4.'1'
.PHONE t G'2
Sanitary Plumbing &
Ste.auiii anid Iot Wi atr L, acting.
l.:timut.- l' ni.-h.,I<. Work (Guaranit<,4l
11. 4). III "- .
, >tti,-. .it l iur4,I .iIn I Iit-.-.
Do You Sma
Well. then 'vo
Cigain.. You w
appllinandOWsuppliesalluvt bww. a.
Spsdal Atteaiisto MauIM Wet.*
J. L. Odum, Proseriotor.
The finentt Aini-ko Soth II iof Jacksonville'.
Aftill -"it -k of ;alh kind,, ''f l '. i Flo, i lla
arnd W't*r r
D.\ Y'I" N \
S. H. GOVE,
and Contractor. P
Ite.sidlTene and Otie, lie ortleaOst -*or..tr "
ltidlgewoold ani l uVlsia iavnin-'..
'*Phone 9. DAYTONA, FLA
entitlly lI,..at lit' M ,o-l o t,.
Orange Aveouie. Daytom. II'l. ii.i
I t i;t**sli.'. ei,,V 1: 1 I ': I i 11-
;111.v 1w ,t(If~tilt-..*!t% ...........
1; 1 Y th 1:4"k.I4'
E. G. LONG & CO.
* ;, !'.- ",
La. ~ ~ li FWh, i ~ ll m 1"i :s viwillity.
kindi.v v s ~ it f-I- iIt'- xxhcsn '% nit-
WHOLF'ALF l'41of TT.
ill find t.
: IV.t \'rt:iou' .- iv %ii:x.I. (Of,- (CrHAl.-
acte fl'till-] cigot.'Ilre~putation in ii'aeli 'State'
(one in this voe'ntiy aellidrcoelto rr-
sent and ad vert iu'e o 4,111..talel ishoed
'venlt liv business lious.'rof i.o~lid financial
jttnnmlinn '.,,,-.alnrv hISillIv.A11- -.5.
Se~ialmdeBwudki Dyt-. pi
Daytona Ice Co.
Wm. Wwmcwu, Manager.
Made from Distillwl Water.
Magnolia Avenue and Railrsed
J. A. ERICKSON
Ha ns big lot of Harnss, Collars.
Igeathier Straps and Parts. .hnst
nr-cived Harnes$6.,(0and uipwarlds.
New S wing Machines for J$t1 nnd(
upwards. I ann furnish you with
.nyv kinil of a ewinhg ilchine.
Your atronage Solicited.
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.
When vr gpim j
Ladies' shoe, sises 3 to 4, regular price $2.50, now only ..........
Mises' shoes. sines 13 to 2, regular.priee $1.20, now 4W
Children's Oxfords, 5 to 8, regular price 50 cents, now -A
Boy's, 3 to 4, regular prie'$1.00,.now........................ ...s
Men's Patent Lather, satin calf, regular $3.50 stock, now.........s- g
See our line of E.namiel Ware. Stationery, etc. Pianos and Orgua
Orders left for piano tuning will receive prompt attention.
GEORGE N RAY.
MI V. BRAC1i 'UPHOLSTERER AND
V DBRACEY MANUFACTUj..aM...
i. Moss and Fiber Mantrjp
DeieHnr in SFun llal Frniture and Stoves.
Your Old Furniture Made as Good atf
Second AvEniiii. 11opposite .A-1rnidt's Vill, Phone 9 DATTOieA, F
I HALIFAX WAGON WORKS I
M. M. Godwin, Proprietor.
General Rlacksmithing and Repa
SCIENTIFIC HORSZ-SMIOINMO A SPCIASLTT.
Shop near Bond & Bond Lumber Yard,
17 DAYTONA, FLA.
"THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA
IS PARADISE REGAINED."
FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect January 15, I% ,
SOUTHNOUND-READ DOWN. u gp.
.N0.99 "X0.29 I'No.23 INe 35
20 p12 53p 765 a 9 41)a
: .. .. .... 9 48a
3 3Op, 2 00.p9005IL10 35 a
1 10l Pi210 9 0 SIt 427 a
... .. .111 31 p
.. .. .. .. .... .. .1.37p
2 2l5 p'3 42 p10 47 a 05 p
11 3wGI1l 3 53p 10 66 a 1l1,
S12 03 a41 a *.*G2p
i~ii~50 ...... 02P
1'207p 47 p
-c 23p.... 21
a ~7aVO 1)2 38 p 05 p
..... 6 UP
JO s.25 ...... 7171)
.... .E4151c 7 30 p
Z, 4 25 lO p 8S131,
930 a 4 00IL 4 31,:, 8U25
98a 1446a 1 43 1i8i301
9468 a F)1a 220p 4101.18 401.
10 69 .. ... ... .!0 C
11.34 it 1.lI
11 45P 8H P) ft22131, 0 QG P 10 41;.
Lv... .Jacksonville ....Ar
...... t. Augustine......
......... Ormond .........
.......New Smiyrna ......
......... Oak H ill .........
........ Titusvi lie ........
........... Coe &a ..........
........ Rockleo a........
....... el ostinn ........
. ........ t. J'ei e.........
....... yt. I'ie 't- ......
.......... Tilb -l, ..........
......... Je nien ..........
.......... ta t..........
....... Hope Sound.......
....... West Jupiter ......
Ar. .Wet-3 Palm Beach ....
.Hotel Royal Poinciana.
Lv .... The Breakers......
.Hutl l,)yal Poinclana.
.... West P'alm Beach. .Ar
........Born ton ......Lw
ku..... u t Lfiiderdale.....
....... L'o.,n City .......
Ar ....... anxi .......Lv
* : ii, .. ..
P, 4 17
2 Up I Ip
4 .4 p
Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Auip mi
JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AGY IrINE.
'N..23'*No.27 *No.35 *No.2l Nt.3111.37 ftJh
Lv. .Tack.onvill...... .... f I a! 9 (a 4'aol2 5 p 30 3
Ar. St. Augustine !S S',a li ooa ior)5al 1 351' 3 0 | 4 O c
ST. AUGUSTINE TO JAOK8sOVILL.
.4.9s'No.92 INo.16 *No.44'. io.36 fsse.3*In.s. M s. S .J
Lv. 8t. Au;tiine ....... .l:',, .'o l-,a 8. : 1tit loioll 40a| i p -, ,itJ l
Ar. Jacks,,,mvl-]o. ... '' 1., ai0lf )7 | h5 I 12
SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.
JACKSONVILLE TO MAYPOflT. PALATKA TO EAST PALATKA.
STATIo5. 1140-5,0110-17 No.19 No.21 STATO'. I'r-No. 47.NS*AS'e*s.51'UsAIts
Lv. ack-.ze~.1e.. 8 "a 6 1, ;11) W"2 CO p Lv. I'ainh-it. I oj in lajU1551 1 i E
S-W-akoonv 4) S3a163; 'ism 2 03;.A r.F~. 1'i4ka, 9 ,r11&III v55
P'ablo beach ... 9 lit fa 6 ES p: 1-1 -4) a 2 4 wowpI
Atlanti'- Beach. 'o1--, a 7 CO iplq) ';-)ua, 2 1:1 EAST PALATKA TO PALL=&*
Ar. Alay~g~rt .......519 -1 es7 :5 Vii lo, ni3 1,,: SA.N.;IC $
MAYPORT TO.TACKESONVILLY. STAI I 'N.eUSiUgh~~U3U.
Lv.1.I so L.:8 .1 a .=45ui
SrATr. '- >*No.6 'No.18 So.20 Ar. i,,tlo) 3Iossultc5. lIL IRS
A t .. L itje, v4,, .:'a, SJBANNA.LT LA M
Pa !n Beaeh ....1 4a 5f5 rS l a 7"451 A a -a .
SJa7kvi.le. 7 27 a 5 37P 712 4" | I2 I-
Ar. Ja.klonvilie... 17: ai 56 p12 30p .5 7 4->aL. .E. Pa.lak...Ar "h
SANFORD 6BRA5CH. 6 Re 'Ar ..sn tat*e..Ly I
*%.III STATIOsN S..12 ORANGEB CITY B3AIRM.
7 (4a Lv.......... Tituville........ Ar I ST ..
51 ................ .. ..........1 3 C 5p 3 71,1' 1," Lv.. .-mIrt a,..J,
............... n ..............31p, I-t" i
.. ..... E rprise............. 4 1 4 1 :; .... n ty....
ooAr.......anford............Lv" n iwa 4 CO I 4",a Ar Or. cityJe..ie I I p .
Di-ly._ rTai!y Texmpt R:ay.] tPail.- M,1,nanr Snnday l,.-
Trains do not stup at tat i... -. .., tic'e Is sh "rn.
Th'i-*' T :, T,' S *how tV # *.-nq -* whi t P,!:- 7 ) 14 xpeetetSo a& a d d "
from th- ,v, ,I';,on- s. 1:t th.ltarri.0 r 11' p,:Tut.. 'r Iho times stat ldIs not x ngu
no .rfr -,. : ::. 'olid it r, r n 'sibl i..-r a'i y *delay or any consequence Ms
Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at M
BDTrwEAsN MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
Commenclng January 6, 1202.
Lv. Mama. .oni.. 1 hurs. ....... ....11p I Lv. "Na s"au,e.ies. .............
Ar. N saTu. 1 u ., ri...................8 0) p| Ar. Miami, Tiuurs., Suns...................
Commencing February 8, 1i0-2.
Lv. .-;L:ami. on:., ,:,wt ., rig............. 3 Lp I LT.'Nasaau,Tneq.,Thn rL. Sate...........JI
Ar Na.sau, Tu' i., T,-.S., Satq .......... 30oa Ar. Iaml, Weds., Frl.,Saas...........5
MIAMI-HAVANA DIRECT LINM.
Commencing January 1, 10s*.
Lv. .iami. u:. W ................1180 p I Lv. lT vana Tues.. Fris................1
Ar. Havrna, Mu(,.1., Thurs-........... .. W) p I Ar. Miamil, Weds., Sats ................. oSa
MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA. l
This popular-bome-like boarding
1e,,i aui'l Window ,.rpisn. l'hiture
house is beautifully situated on .oiing id. tw order. All kinds of
Beach Street facing the Halifax Furuiture Repairing doneu short notice
River. The rooms are large and at rnaaonabl(, prices.
the table board excellent. TheI
house in but three blocks from the Cottage Avenue. DAYTONA. FLA.
pontoffice and convenient to all
.. .. .....b ... ...l t -p.. 1 .
from the blach. Ruate reaMonable. HEADACHE
J. McCOLLUM. Proprietor.
A large line of granite, ware'jufst receiveil. _.
Seethebargains on our 5 aund he Northern
centt counter Don't mis it. M EAT MARKET
Md.gu 2$ ~ 2is~
. or'l lunnbinto t,.L hmding.
Vill ira.-t i,-, in State and Federal Courts
iulcklIS mmiauou olio
~ bniioemiy llTU~4wm=lycJa;sm
I'OSTIED ON BREAD
id everything else made' of flour. Know
nw to make good bread-excellent
ii never fail to produce that kind.
ihi..,,M ,, :. t. a .k-... __ .... :__
AM 0 1@ on I a
is 9 iig-j
[At m On dwm
. 1). vI:.NNINd.
%dW nd 34"C,. .,a-
^1TgS Jj)^^ t buiwnraao e revcrue side.4 4
SNEW INE OF JEW.RY I SOMETHING
ShlX~ddL aftoX appreciated 41 4 4 4
Ware boring as an Advertiement 4
r AN ALUM4UM PW TRAY
with a view of Daymna it with each
Purchase of $I.oo or Over
We are still closing out our MENS' SUITS.
T OH ?NORTH BEACH ST.
nith & Song1, AY-TONA.
m CTS-- mwm.Brs.
^ Cn Nii 25.-A party froa
do, O aM very phsantly domi-
d at the home of State Fish Commi-
eeMr Detwirer. The party compries:
S 1 A MrA KL. eMeaS. Dr. aml Mrs.
8 rIdesma.Mn. S. MIsUl, Mn. A.H. Moew-
emb. Mr. sad Mr. Leader Bardlck. Miss
a- -Imaie, ad Denas4 Aekita. The other
W ea an: Mr. wad MnR. K. Pike, Mr. aad
Em. .LC. Jecm. Cheas, IlL.: Major A. J.
iscmiery, t. Lea; Mims Anna Russell,
uhe.ie, PerIdsa; Mr. saimry. MaystrUe,
Major MeCrmrya ad Mr. Burdick, who
is a promit eaMear, epnd a great
6dml -d.* *thm obhl. Oe day lit
ws~k thy wsmt SAing sad returned
S wth 9b tim lh; tim following day
hAM ibssd by a b"d couh? Use
m iyou d M as o prompt
Srml i cmsB. 50. and $1.00
betatbaJ. .L Jom.
P1CC MMPA HEWS.
-I a u1 lge dsxCoomil Piper,.
amd Mr. @ aRf Bi t -rg Pa., ane
thO LS tmra.CoL Piper is the
-geslmo b me A the 14 pound
.:plisf sWrie of wich was made
boom IA oAtlast Week.
Co.L Coopt are. A p contract-
we Ns1 p- h!Pa ,i s mother of
--* a-. M.m e wAboute
14T yesl ~ e omo j ai m-re ident
G.51 D5ebman, oi weR -De ad fvormbly
Amae. He.e .rCarrk atthis apoP
starbowwwL D.TPusher d W ughi
S r, Md wtpisad her trwoe claoe o
J who w. lew.puW halu
r. M..t and Mr. Prif and
,. oMr. WrDight,. of aragn ,
* A tinWfthe directors of the Oem.
W tal -bri wA Thsday and tihe
l eowljg oeem elected: President, Dr.
r, isr inhdgley. The old officers
were '-asWt with the exCeption of
J. U. Garland, whose place was Alled by
Mr. tewart. The board voted Mr. Gar.
bead a resolution of thanks for his la-
kHaL- be was vice-presideat.
Gosoeg Tebo, of Dover. Del., a former
-P I of Dttabmu, is visiting old
4 *r *
Whs itk beomes nemary to
,tup in bed to get your.breath
when the ekit exrtiu such -
Sor go ing
hm-dg1,ttrilg or plpiationm-
to upo mD*d atreinthen
a] Er5 I"Lu
fka smi t mw WNW&
~ ~ CMEL
PORT ORANGE NEWS.
PoRT OMANSGo, Feb. 21.-We had
negro minstrel entertainment in Ridg
wood Hall Thursday night by the Ocala
Minstrel troupe. They were very funny
and everyone laughed.
C. M. RoBer and J. W. Lawhead. both
from Ohio, went down to Oakhill last
week on a duck shooting excursion and
had great sport.
Saturday E. Brohm, landlord of the
Port Orange House, in stepping into his
launch, slipped and fell injuring his side.
We are glad to report that he is able to
be out again.
G. F. Lufbery and son, Robert, left Sun-
day for Sanford and Jacksonville. Miss
Marie Lufbery left the same day for Pat-
terson, N. J., where she will visit her
brother's family. Mr. Lufbery and son
Peter W. Johnson's house, barn and
all the other buildings on his place in
Dun Lawton with their contents were
burned last week.
Rev. Dr. Fulwood arrived Monday
and preached Monday night in the Con-
gregational church, and held quarterly
Mr. and Mrs. aff, Mr. and Mrs. Brad-
ley and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmarth started
for a cruiem south in Mr. Haf's fine
yacht, the Brooklyn.
John Anderson, one of our old citizens,
died at the hone of his son on Ridge-
wood avenue Thursday, and was buried
In the cemetery here Friday; he was a
native of Sweden.
Two traveling tinners were walking
alongside of the railroad near Savage
Station when one of them was struck by
a bar of iron which fell front the train
striking him on the leg below the knee
and breaking it very badly. He was
cared for by our citis ms and visitors and
sunt to a hospital on the next train.
We had a very pleasant card party
Tuesday night Mrs. E. N. Carpenter
Mr. and Mrs.. .ipe and son of Alle-
glsny City, Pa.. arrived this week and
are at the hotel.
Russel Hegmau, of Detroit, and Mr.
Grines were in town Tuesday.
J. II. Niver and a friend drove down
Wednesday and shook hands with his
friends here: we were glad to see them.
THE H. R. Y. C. DANCE.
A large crowd attended tihe annual
dance of the Halifax River Yacht Club
given at the opera house last night.
Music was furnished by the S. F. H. or-
The tall was very neatly decorated
and was brilliantly lighted by electricity.
Refreshments consisting of chicken salad,
bread and butter, ice cream and cake
was served by the Desplands in the
rooms of the Palmetto Club. The com-
mittee in charge of the affair Messrs. W.
H. Peters, F. J. Niver and F. N. Con.
rad, did everything in their power to
MTHAN W. PITTS DEAD.
p' A numbers of the Masmoni fraternity
went np to Ormond last Sturdlav to
attend the funeral of Nathan W. Pitts.
who died at Palmn Beadh Friday morn-
ing. Mr. Pitts c*naine to Ormond about
twenty-five years ago and settled. Ten
years later he removed to Palm BImach
and purchased what is now known as
Munyon's Island. He was for a number
of years chairman of the board of county
commissioners of Brevard county.
Mr. W. W. Prickett, Smithfield, Ill.,
writes, Sept. 10th, 1901: "I had been
suffering several years with a cancer on
my face, which gave me great annoy-
ance and unbearable itching. I was us-
ing Ballard's Snow Liniment for a sore
leg, and through an accident, I rubbed
some of the liniment on the cancer, and
an it gave me almost instant relief, I de-
cided to continue to use the liniment on
the cancer. In a short time the cancer
came out, my face healed up and therr is
not the slightest scar left. I have im-
plicit faith in the merits of this prepara-
tion. and it cannot be too highly recom-
mended." 25e., 50-., and $1.00. For
sale by J. M. Jones.
We have received a very neat descript-,
ive leaflet of the picturesque trips af-,
forded by the Mallory Lines from Jack.
sonville to New York and other Northern
cities. By taking this route pnssenger
have an opportunity to pan among the
famous Sea Islands." A. W. Pye, the
Florida passenger agent, will gladly seud
you one of the leaflets by addressing him
at 220 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
Is the largest and most comfortable exeusmon laumak in the-m
wats; built last summer; fitted with a tea hboes.power b119b.
engine, which means liablty. The boat ha als.. eaMi fwsw*,
Make tripe .ornok. Tuesday, Thursdays andSatwdm ,
to the 1 O DO leaving South Bridge at 8.J0 a.,.X
Monday, Wednesday@ and SoEmT-. w...- SDM
PMdt d a.4 .to =&W New myMra t 9.0 a. m.
.; The Celambia will give you more time than any other boaat. the
Tomoka Cabin. Both the above tripe are ery pkestsle..
Fare for Round Trip $1.00.
Launch "Yankee Doodle" for Crter.
:W F G0ll I *$sel
: I I I F II I& UUI Draggists
The Largest and Moat Complete Stock
of Drugs in Daytona. Prescriptions com-
pounded by Registered Pharmacist only.
%F Perfumery and Toilet Articles. '
* TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BALSAM-25 cents a bottle.
* Bach s ,et*. F F DAYTOMA, *LORI DA
W..O ^ OW.-A. Co A. Steel!
A ('ORRESPO.WKII THUS DIWRI9Rn8 HIS
"I can strongly recommend Herbine as
a medicine of remarkable efficcy for in-
digestion, loss of appetite, sour taste in
the mouth, palpitation, headache, drow-
siness after meals with distressing ien-
tal depressions and low spirits. liar-.' -'
line must be a unique prepa;nration for,
ca-ies such as mine, for ia few do.se Jn
tirely removed my complaint. I wonder
at people going on suffering or spn.iling -qr
their money on worthless things. when "^ ,f iT
Herbine is procurable, and so a'healp.'"
25c a bottle at J. M. Jones.
An exchange says an old church enim-
her died, of whose goodness there was
some question, but was regarded as a!
pillar by the pastor, who posted on the -- -
church window these words: "Bro. Smith
departed for Heaven at 4:30 a. m.." and B O N JL
announced the funeral. Under this some
one tacked a telegram blank with these
words "Ileaven 9:40 p. in. Smith has
i not yet arrived. Great anxiety. Rough and [
r Ceod ConartKtion .. Lumber,
Mrs. B. W. Evans, Ch
.m Central CYcle
LIVERY. P 0 W P
Four doors North of Poe tffime.
Finest line of Chainless Wheels in
city to rent and for mle.
'SCHMIDT'S VILLA ovriooking.ths e KsW
.The hotel commandd ia muee
view in evry "di-ies sa"
location can tw found I nhe
It is only one mile fre tlka
and1 is( nveniuent to the
.tofie, ..urehmmi and ,,pu..d
More Panny rooms than any otr
ALL ODZKML COINVC NII C5I CU1 3lII U N ZC V
Rates, *I.SO perD a 0 10vowWeek --- aeUp" s.V-.
Henry Schmidt. Proprietor, Daytoea
i ALBERT BENNETT, Proprietor.
Thin houw i- new ndi isn ituanted on North Ridgewood; has all modern es.
hveniente'p, heated witli hot air: and nil outside roonis. singly or en suite. OWe
suite with privrite bath, *I,.-tric lights now in iiu; broad varandahb; cuisine ezx
celle.nt. Rates rn.aon im l.*. :.Id i v',.rythinsmr ilonwe for the comfort of guests.
THE WHITE HOUSE
-.aSlr.iz.w A veue. SEABREEZE, FLA.
Renovated and Newly Furbished.
J. L. HOWARD, Proprietor. A. '. BARNETT, Masaggl
IRLNfd ATLANTIC HOTEL
S(Formnerly the Holly Inn)
Dawtoea 9. Fl102da.
Opens December 19t.
This popular hmtlpery has been remodeled and enlarged to double its sise; aeeome
modates 200 guests; it has been refuruished and decorated; electric lighted M.
thoroughly heated; has new billiard and sanoking roo, new ladies' partr-
sun parlor. The Grand Atlantic is situated on the water front and has
lawns, and south facing verandas; goodl moating and fishin from our own VW.
IRates moderate. Mend for lboo)klet. Jas. Jehb SN Flumn- f-
Electric Lighted andl Thliroialgly lHea tl Hlot and Cold Bathe.
Perfect Cuisine. lEverything Strictly Firs*t (Cla~. Hittes Moderate.
Rates from f7 to 41) per week. Situated on Urange Avenue.
P" T %A"uT e ___ AR.-
Repairing quickly and neatly done. T. L. OUj IJGE1
-- hone W Private Board
( 1\CO R T U 1 _n CO. ('aCorner Ridpg'woi snId Miagnli. A v,
JP baths; ela.Etri. liirhts Ev.rything tirs
writes: "My husband lay nicak for three -
months; the doctors stated he had quick 11OOr11m C
consumption. We procurtel a bottle of
Ballard's Horelhound Syrup and it cured Brick, Lime
him. That was six years ago, and since ,
then we always keep a bottle in the Offices and Yards: East Co
house. We cannot do without it. For
coughs and colds, it haIs no eqnal."
25c., 50c. and $1.00 bottle at.f. M..Jones.
TA8LE ofe TIDEs. "M T
Week beginning Feb. 23. 2. I | "SA I
*ltR VIII v II
make the dance a success and very suc- a. p.m.
ceasfully succeeded. Sunday................. ....... .. 7:: 17
Those who are in a position to know Monday.... ............... 8::I 9:00
say that it was one of the largest gath- Tuesday......................... 9:20 9:421
erings that ever attended a dance in Wednesday..................... 101:2 141:241
One of the unique features was the Friday................................11:2. 11:53
handsome electrical display arranged by Saturday....................12:14
J. C. Pettepher, the electrician. A stand L O.w 'ua)r.
was erected in the center of which the Sunday........................... 14:1 2:17
lettersH. R. Y. C."were set, andaround Monday............................. 2:3 :
the letters was a myriad of electric Tuesday .......................... :1.11 3:3t
lights. The great of the four letters first Wednesday.........................: 4:10
appeared then the second letter, and so Thursday....................... ... :3A 4:50
on. When all ad appeared they end- Friday............................. .5:22 ,:32'
denly went out, and then a chasing bor- Saturday........................ 6:1019 0:19
der light appeared. This was repeated
all through theevening. The entire con- THOM PSON
trivace was arranged by Mr. Pettepher TH vO P O N
who in to be congratulated on the clever-
ne of the anrragmuent. It showed 'The Cf.nd MakH r A
that he understands the mysteries of e nd My IV eaKr -
17.1Lb. C4. Ca .^d.*.Ah .j
Filpg. Ce ili
and Cement in Stock.
oast Railway And Orar
nuWes.. New lious; well lighted rooms
t 'ha s.. For rateN. address.
firs. J. B. Parkinson, Daytona. Florida
SSar lieastde Inn
S'Aiunmr htol: t;hflal View Hflout, Pigeon Cove, Masm.
R. J. Malby, Manager
It's all Florida.
Why buy imported c.gars. made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with opium
and other drugs. wh.n you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-mnt price?
Box o2f 25...........?........ I.()0FREEJBY MAILSTO ANY ADDRESS.
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houjrs: 'dtive hsansr'$Ssnd~s v'd. 900 NItoo I10:30 asit.:11.2:30 t) 1:34) 1). Ill.
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__ WALLACES CURIO and
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L O A J I I Our ora.pg- sool1 .".)i)- ar.-:i ,ut ,onvfir I.spoons wa .|'ilt.
Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Trowell's Express d Baggage Line _
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cI of Umes
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DAYTONA TRANSFER CO.
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Rubber Tire Carriages FlRe Horses Careful Drivers
We are well equipped for "Straw Riden." The finest turnouts in the city.
'Buses meet all trains and take passenger to any part of the city.
Trunks delivered promptly. Stables opposite Public School.
Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and 'amanst an d D1acetaw ^.f Wu.
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Q u a rreel ou hofSt e-o t. e fel
'h-- -m tofkee the resth ofrtre gw s wi who was alsoman-ager of a theater,
ri b usn l i t i th- haet* n-- he .. o a din Bee ador ltry aspirant........im. hli
*. .... my, standpoint tsheafe th thad tionyoteldr "a a ea mth dealn W ih D. -...
have thi r little talk all alone In ina tetra sant Oretum was invaded 5tjap35 -.
SIt wast that sheblad owy gownthe en bd alotd oigat he b I t all tfe M
t j hjt S reog reception at which her byea. Young dramatic author. This .5
a t la hi hands into histrd -ath ht ett b T s comfortably furnish- D.aIn o no- _
L avieig him handis abind lityng began when his sleeve caught an d in it was a paousal ov ~ --
S"l en be ttle wsh p naise tat it wan s~mdlaniof the winter that he had hsld den i. h y t ltain Ta a1 e S JL
.e had got her alone an d come to his shoulder in less than a moment, work and such -entences asaIwas c
S point, things changed. Instead both of the last few guests were at in years ago today, Line from Flori nnctio
Sh him at her mercy he some thing else that they didn't wake till you, marqsn to t Tis a passing The atThro n ,
a nd we might she felt kiss thatnd mamma, een bththemanefore they had really manor ho use!cript. While oodhounds W hington.
S~ I know could be thought-e same told each otfluher very midch but pap are on my track" etc., were arous-pon Diseased
-s. au didn't methan to hurt me ed quaintly's father, snowy gown, a bud comalready s ing the dormant echoess; other di- HE -- a -
SWyor cairting becauwith se that little, e h beginning to trightre of the fierce light ld not appreciate the beauties of Liver. Mobile o via ntomry.
--gni-cant schoolbo, so we'll for. They had told everybody by this ,The whole three ou pure reae via Bavannah and .han Steamship company for,
S about itc. Tom Wellft She beayour time, and other dear dazed head without py. Begingle murmur rom Ne York, Philadelphia and Boton.please. I
Trix a nd"- enjoyed hi jealousyda at he never afterward could emem- am Roqueplan. Delighted at not hear- ing. Vi Svnnh nd nt a Mi Tranpor
L. She liked to see him standing her just how it came about, but-it The poor author drinks i a glass ofrk -wb yDr.J. .mi -
- y, inching t hat hands and growing began when his sleeve ong train and te r, coughs nswer The dramatist nntl Stmhip Company.
S e, becauseingly swehe knew that it s stern air of severehining bits of silver enceifts. up thoquepan is in the Tond
er because of love for her. But among the ferns before her, and- cove, back odden from view by the cur- and was on
there had not title was finally on when a would givshe back the pretty onpearl the stage chatting quietly with some Winter T urist Ticket
be had got hr alone and come to hiearts shoulder in less than a moment, wor ands. w i beon aslethrouthowt thNorthr tn Wtr ut
Shaviwered him t her mercy he some thing else that they didn't wake till of, mthe r iter. Excuse mea phe tugTheitr -rinvia n ton
wayou seemed to forget thr at hi may probably be sent aood before them with a year linsm, north ang more which i "child-e "I' T.onanL handtIome advrti iat r.
hav ere now, little girl, abo 'sut whe startled erwo Then they had to tell band land."I see lifancghts gleam d yourg t the TO THE atio to rat ingai rvtion. v annahlon.orwri t
ie d we might as well kiss and mamma, even before they had really manor ouas in "The bloodhounds T "Lnent.liW ...t Jent tant
rske up. I know you were thoughtne, mustold each other ver mucpossible ut papa o re on y rack!" etc., er of an hou- Theou .
t a year ahead of this other little bear the parting. Did it take long earlier." -
most afraou didn't mean to hurt me liked Phil's father so it hd comeig the dormant echoes of the big, wet pil- n o
aThe o sa superior tone of condescension, low. Why was it women ever were Making bed is commonly conid
as though the new feminine ideas mode to care lo much for men if ered a woman work. but there are y
byere reaflirting with that little, in- were out all right in the end. rectoverial qubinet.e a number of men o e i R v n o
l-"Iia lost afraid tboysohat me n forwas They had told everybody by thisad nThe who f ollow bedmak as were reallng, .
Small about it. Come, lift up your time, and the society columns had without a single murmur from i Savannah and i wanStearnshi company fort.
dtal football tam whnd"- at coll ntege the date of their wedding, hRoqueplan. Delighted at not hear- Elly t Via vannahiandeenhana Miners Tr r
Somehow grix dito lift upher head, but would sthaow list that women can true of the bridesmaids, and ing one word of disapprobation, the tte in ionew k. or CAPITAL CITY ROUTE
steppoedback, all at once she had ordered the beloved gown, author timidly asks if the worktis ViaNorfonlkoand rteamBerlfor N.w Yo i More
power dominthate the i weren't quite with ts frightfull lon train and accepted. o ar swer. The dramatistWashington.
wel Mr. Philip Ewingeet as usua, you er its stern by breakir of ever matronly ele- lifts up the curtain. Horror! Roque- To ,Ke West and aa
crry seemed to have lost its d le; gance. And ow there wouldn't be plan ad opened a little door t To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Ed Island via t ad Caada.
admr ires might havproportionse been a man, girl as she arrayed erlf withe girls there is bac k of the alco very was on Atlanti and Plant teamhip ine r Halifax. soHwRNrand harttton.
twe had not lurked in them a would i bak the pretty pearl the stagperhap nttingquietly with some W inter Tourist Tickets W YORK
tace ofand brawn are might her fac- sent home had present d to them as friends will be on sale throughout th Northern, Eatern. Wester an trn tattoo
t in his very calm than geventle a s sh e her attendants, and ampretty because oorIn answer to the reionstr ances all lor- orida rort via the Plant system during the son .. limited to
know bt I pre ferd slowly: be sow I ashm glad her that she would of the writer "Excuse me," he return until May 21st, with the liberal tp-or riilegeinlorida.
l"ck of stature, with its attendant will make me all the more capable bulk f his work, however, is overt
"You seem to forget that I honestly probably be sent abroad for a year plains, with a smile which is "child- ddarti in the Northby 3 p. m. Some men bedmakrsnt to t derid will ll
have something to say about wheth- or two. That wolikdn't amount to e women and." I fanciuntidy biesd with all information and handsome advrtiing matter.
pompous stubbornness."For information as to rtervld sleeping ar som ar not rvatioonly e..quck, but call on. or write
he wa s frightened at herself, for an much, howeverivacity, ands it would take hr dramake was in four acts inviting OLLY. Division Paenr Agent 13 es.t Ba St.. ..acksortville. Florida.
she hadn't seem to remember that you away from Philip,th joy and of course she known it was in three I should have W. DENHAM General Superintendent. It W. RE. la. Trf*******************Man
yourself graduated only last June, must learn as soon as possible to returned a quarter of an hour Savannah, fin. Savannah, (Ga.
jut whyear ahead of this other little bear the parting. Did it take long earlier."
ihegificant schoolboy. I am al- to mend a heart? she questioned -----------
wince, afraid," she went on, taking in there guest were gone to the big, wet pil- Men and Lmakes. O A 0
ore a supewith a qurio tone of condescension, low. Why was it women ever were lookking beds is commonly consid
her though the new feminine ideas made to careiro much for men if ered a woman's work, but there are
were really rooted in her dear little men were so carriag el? Of course it nevertheless day quite a number of men pur- 0
mpowe-"'m almost afraid that men was all Philip' li was late, and chase. A portrait of ina cain sug-,
who have broad shoulders and have er been in earnest with her, she sup- finding regular, steady employment 0 A nnL R
han questionable fame on a bru- posed, and took this way to show it at this work in many of the lodging A S
thia football team when at co an ege when he grew tired of her. Well, houses for en. his is especiallyrrator
consider. Pride had overpowered tshe would show him that women can true of those in New gork. Forbeen trou. off titio.
power dominate their motives as be hard, too, an she was going up to Lincoln an d hiyear s cabinet wdmaker in o APITAL ITn ROUTE
gt fellow only looked at the tiny see him standing or er. with session; but, as he had anticipated Sh ,r'. 1t Route. i o
well Mr. Philip Ewing, you can't begin by breaking every masculine these places of many beds were l. lt li.0
carry mspe before you just because heart at head that afternoon, men. For example, in a bign lodging 0 ISn. n
yo ur arms are stronded A womher sarcastic "For," mused tlin s desperate little house, with from 400 to 500 beds, oubmmndd RIaily Srvice. ncluing at v i
admires l ine proportions in a man, girl as she arrayed herself with fe- thereeiv a bedmaker to every floor, 0the box. A nd NAfter th C ,oI. N box .tMI n. to" l S. if I t I..- IIMONI)t
t last she ni shed. He bowed hands. Ph skill in took the lovely new gown having perhaps ninety beds to make kept on with thaRip T lw
m scle aud brawn are mightier fac- sent home that very morning, "I daily. Incidentally he sweeps the e WASllINGaTON. BALTIMORE I'IIIfI.. 'IlIlll.% awll NEW YORK*0
toh in his life than gentle manli- used to be glad I pretty because oor and keeps it and abor- ith TR I It i,. ti
holding To thinkabout it, I don't Philip-no, Mr. Ewing-liked it. der. The bedmakervant brgoes on duty wot 0 0
w but I prefer Mr. Tom ells' Now I am glad because I know it 6 a. in. and worksuntil commanded that --Throar
to creep if only she could have done peered. Then he went on, looking the callers be admitted. When they i
IS& of stature, with its attendant will make me all the more capable bulk (f hi. work. however. is over 0
o without t a sacrifice of honor nd honesty, of hurting him just as he has hurt by 3 p.m. Sone men bedmakers, or rtr i ti t t
and all he said was: sad and determined: | spare man, the other one much un- -
to Mr. Philip Ewing's si feet of me." like women, make untidy beds, and .. NEL. Asst. en. I'. ent's ch. villa. 'lri
pomakepothis mistubbornnemembs. er, Every, anbod marveled amust Miss some are not only quick, but careful, R.E. L. I'N ;,.. I'a s.Agentr ortliir t. a.
She was frightenat once loved me;at herself, forI again. Perhaps vivcity, and Tom ells and make a bed that looks inviting. Jce BARR. First Vi-Preid ott ando cral an rts th. V.
she hadn't meant you say so much, fairly tingled with joyharm, at the look The pay of the man bedmaker supply for year.
you when she had begun she could she gave him when she dropped the small, a Lndcommonly he sleeps in
not find a place to stop Then, too, tiny sweeays b that little her tongs the hoturne where heto is employed.
she rather enjoyed seeing him into his fragile cup. But when there are two men. God has gv- _
wince, and when he drew in his other guests were gone to the dress- Men and Legs.
breath with a quick start of pain at I ing room and the men were waiting Two men were looking over some
her fling at his "questionable fame" to escort their fluffily clad charges steel cngraving- in an uptown shop.
she was goaded on by an irresistible to the carriages Beatrice st alone the other day with a view to pur- RHaAN
power to show him, once for all, and forgotten. Philip was late, and chase. A portrait of ltivnoln sug-
]let another man have iou and kiss I liad hoped we should never have "There are two men. God has aziv-
you and tell you things 1 have told that to regret, but it came, and we en one man extraordinarily long .
you." must use it as a warning. Hasn't legs and the other extraordinarily Atlantic, Valdosta & W western Ry. S
But this tiny embodiment of the it been terrible enough, Beatrice, to short legs, yet he has made the legs A..XVl: FI.Y-t l "r.:R N
new woman's determination to teach keep us from it fo: ever?" of each of those men so that they
man his place set her teeth and only Their hostess found them both so just exaZtlv reach the ground!"- -
smiled at him-smiled just as amus- worn and yet so happy that she un- New York Times. No. 2 No. I stat ions o *. No. 1
edly as he had smiled at her in the derstood without a word. 7:25 n........ pi ...... .ksvil.......Ar am ....... p
beginning of the little dispute which "Come with me," was all she said, The Juryman Was Right. 10:5. a I... 1:'lk.........l m ... \lh.ta.......... lv 4:35 am Il.......,
aow had reached such alarming pro- and, taking them each by the hand, A funny story is related of a jury- 4:10 pm ........ ...... ti ........ v 11: pm......... a
portions. she led them back to a dear little man who outwitted a judge, and :41" pin ... ..... Ar........ ... .tiav ti: p................ a
Poor Philip stood and waited, room, all palms and blossoms and that without telling an untruth. Hlie 6:to all... ..... -, ll A-. ............ Nshviill....... .... v :3011 a.... .. 1 :34' r 11
holding out his empty arms, and soft, rosy lights, and there she left came breathlessly into the court. 12: ... 11: ii \r.... ..... lartin........ .- :1. amn........ 1,7 ',i
she merely smiled. So he turned them, saying as she stole away: "Oh, my lord," he said, "if you 7:24 i, .......:. : n, 2 11111 ....... St. Lu- 10: 10 1.....*..
and went, but the new woman re- "Beatrice hasn't been well or hap- can excuse me, pray do. I don't 1:.,) a,. .\," ('li.m:ge i.v 11111 p
emiTed a terrible shock the instant py this afternoon, and she is all know which will die first, my wife 12:404 pi,,,,........ :: 11 i\ Ar. l.oii.il' ...... :;.iio m.... .. 2:.*- l11a
)that the door closed behind him, for worn out now. Do you know, Mr. or my daughter." 4:1I m ..... ;... l:, .. ..... i'li,.l i I. ': ....
Miss Beatrice threw herself on a Ewing, that when I am*tired and "Dear me, that's sad," said the ....in r s
mountain of pillows and indulged in heartsick there isn't anything in the innocent judge. "Certainly; you hi c l s i. ib S* ,e- ii I
a deluge of good salt tears, just the world which rests me and makes me are excused." No. 4---1i*i. Fl,.r--'ar.- I'4-Dlln ', .. un.It h;,i. tnak.n !
kind Eve wou!d have shed had for- glad so much as my husband's The next day the juryman was IJakonilh! to St. l1i. nc .la.k- with l.-h' i. i.iiticinnati.
tunate Adam had to go through the kiss?'" met by a friend., who in a syampa- onlv tops o flowing N.vi. t A iw lation.. I. inixtei r a iml aroiti.
probationa-ry period of lovers' dis- Jnle E e .thetic voice a;ked: Tlhrough .-oa'he letWeelln Ja.ckok)nvilleand .Mar.,n.
putes before he ecame Mrs. Adam. Joh"How's our wife?" No. 2-lay Enxlres-Stops at all .\. V. & \V. hel ..tatn''. Mke. direct 'op -
There ws that became Mrs. Adam. t An old lady who was a great bore "S' w ri h thn w.f ,,'1,tionns for all p')inlts W.-.t anIl N'.-rthlv.-t. vi.,it liot. orr,I.h' III M.it.'.u. 1.A
There was that tea tiat very aft- id a visit toa ne bor Sher "She' all right, thank yoi."ontition, i.il nt .Jakxtm ill. wii Ill .1 ti ti S.;I .ifnO w:. lot oaird
ernoon where she was going to pour. "And our aughter Air ne and Frii EastC oat s.
It would never do in the world not ged her y adi finally said to A o drightt erl Ido y lE 1inI and Fre ht.st ioatt l.~. 1!ciLTT I lae,. At.
o ao right o Why e -ne of tEhe. II I.\RNES...,,.. Sci' t. I) I I "ITT..m;,o. inlg,. Agt.
to go, for the girls must never one of the children, ask?"
dream that she ared, but she chok- away directly, Johnnie, and I want tht ----- --- --- --
youatotgotpart ofrthe way withme." "Wh, '\,.,terdavy yonsaid that
ed again as he remembered that he you to go part n i wme you did nt know whi would die ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
ad promised to drop in near the going to have did Johnner as soon as you first."
ead with n few of the men. And going to have dinner as soon as you "Nor do I. That is a problem
she knew what that meant, for adl ea.-Ph elphiaTelegraph. that time alone can solve." L and Chca
T oSt. Louis and Chicago
hat's what you need; some-
tni to cure your bilious-
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It i said that when President Polk
visited Boston be was Impressively re-
celved at Faneull Hall market. Thed
clerk walked In front of him down the
length of the market announcing In
Tih ,h' iki .t lioeir is whenli "voutn i't
find vour matclh .
People should keep their bills paid if
they don't like to be dunned, and their
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