VOL ISO NO. as.
DS7Se tini~e M h IL 1903
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see c. c
at the NOVELTY STORE
for anything in the following lines: viz
Musical Goods Artist's Supplies
Toilet Articles Pocket Knives
e Sporting Goods Games
Bird Cages and Glass
Supplies School Supplies
Window Shades Masks
Lowney's and Wiley's Chocolates always fresh. Sewing machines for sale,
ear rent, and repaired. All sorts of tools and machinery repaired promptly.
......Picture Frames Made to Order ......
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HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
Ae the only kind we carry. Our prices are marked in plain
fgres, and we have one price for everybody and that the
lowest. We enumerate below a few prices:
Calfortlafamcy cured Winchester hams, per pound.....................11c
Wilaster pmnmium hams, per pound......... .................14%c
Northern premium salt pork, per pound.................... ............11.....%c
Arb eckls' Co ..ee.................................. 125,"
Three pound can of choice Pumpkin............................................. l0c
Blck-eyed, and navy Beans, per quart........................................ c
Famey Prunes, 3 pounds for....................................................... 25c
Egg gu aranteed strictly fresh..................................................... 35
Gramulated Sugar, 16 pounds for............................................. $1.00
Prices sn' ject to change.
J. R. COLE,
North Ridgewood Avenue.
4. --it l 's-it A[ A
,Kf yo. want your painting and OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL.
paper hang mtdoae in a workman-like
maumercomatKoat&Gwianer. 1Only the best at the Gramling
Frederick Halffer and daughter, of
(Cieinii, ar recent arrivals at the A fire in Midway Thursday night des-
Palhmpto. troyved two houses belonging to Peter
Pas Parkis acknowledged to be the Dr. Williams has returned to Daytona
st eMag placeis this neighborhood. and contemplates opening a dental otfli
te Btti Home in also acknowledged at his old stand.
to be the best hotel at Ponce Park. For IS.Mrs. Douglass will have her sec-jnd
ir Matioa amd rates address GOMEZ spring opening of fine hats and bonnets
A. PACETTI,Ponce Park, Fla. 33 Friday and Saturday, March 7 and 8.
W. B. Wyman, a prominent lumber-
M. L. Mairima, of Tampa, is assisting man of Eau Claire. Wis.. is at the Grand
his brsther D. F. Morrison in the grocery Atlantic. lie is accmmpauied by Mrs.
w a0 %S..A fekw l'arson Brou\n and Satsuma
5,000 1eet of 1% inch pipe, and l.0 orange trees. also sonme .lauees grapes-
ist of ch pipe. Will be sold at less t largest grovIn. for sale by E. N.
os bag price. Apply to, Waldron.
2-22 J. C. PIrTTEPHnKa. George SiTernail has charge of the
raising and improving of the house re-
cently purchased by l,. 0. RHawson,, on
l Beach street.
Dr. V. W. DeLaffery, who was here
earlier in the season, hlua returned from
the New Orleans MardiGra, and is again
at the Grand Atlantic.
ISam t'ornghl, th, tailor, at the
Globe. Pressing. retpairing and renovat-
ing ladies and gents' clothing. First
class work guarantd.l: prices reason-
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Johnson and Isaac
White arrived last Saturday and regis-
tered at the Grand Atlantic. They left
Tuesday for a t wo weeks' cruise down
Mr. and Mrs. Augustis Irving Lewis,
of Chicago. have found rooms at the
Waldronu house, with their friends, Mr.
and Mrs. 8-uyler Montgomery Coe.
Among the other visitors at this house
that arrived recently are R. W. Peake.
of Bristol, Vermont. and Mrs. J. L. Ber-
nard and Mr. and Mrs. Leavett of Pitts-
IRHlluyler's candy alwavn fresh ati
Geo H. Clark's.
W6rPastry that is dainty, delleIos aadn
nutritious at the Gramling Bakery.
J. R. Pickron, of DeLand, is the new
blacksmith employed by M. M. Godwin.
Skided work. This you can feel sure
of getting if you take your watches te
Wray's (jeweler) Music Store.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Parsons and Wm.
T. Rogers, of Chardon, Ohio, are spend-
ing a few weeks at the Grand Atlantic.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Dykes, of Saint
Augustine, visited with relatives in Day-
tona this week. They were on their
TheGAzETTr-Ngws is on sale atClark's
and Barnse' news stand every week. It
is also on file in all the leading hotels
throughout the state.
E. W. Poston and his son, I). R. Pos-
ten are guests of the Palmetto. The
younger gentleman is a great hunter and
has just returned from a week's hunt
down the river.
L.Tlhe River View is most delightfully
situated, facing the Halifax river on the
Seabreeze side between the two upper
bridges; well conducted and a table
equal to Ifigher priced houses. Call, see
place and get terms.
All the bridge companies of Daytona
have inaugurated a new system of col-
lecting tolls from merchants. Herotofore
merchandise teams e-ropsing the
bridges paid so much per year for the
privilege. But as a merchant crossing
twice a week was obliged to pay as
much as one crossing twice a day it was
deemed that an injustice was being done.
An agreement was reached a couple of
weeks ago whereby the coupon system
was adopted by the three bridge com-
panics. Books of 150 coupons are sold
for $8.00, 300 for $12.00 or 600 for
$20.00. Each coupon entitlesone horse,
wagon and driver to cross the bridge, or
two coupons a team, wagon and driver.
The coupons have no time limit.
Twenty acres of land at Oak Hill one-
half mile from station, north; well
adapted to raising of early vegetables; a
portion of said land is willow glades and
of inexhaustible fertility; will be sold at
a bargain. Apply to, 2-22
CHASE. L. SMITH.
about our statement us to qualities.
we offer is just an pure and delicious
as we say it is. We carry
and Wiley's Candies
in various shapes and always FRESH,
PURE and IEIt'LIOS. We sell candies
from 10 cents -p.r poIund to $1.00 per
pound and guarantee their quality.
Barnes' Novelty Store.
C. II. Pelletier lhas returned from his
i Finest line of home- made candies at
the Gramling Bakery.
F. M. Jolly, representing the Plant
System,. was in the city Thursday.
WalBoston Brown Bread and Baked
Beans at the Gramling Bakery to-day.
l- th h ni nh mi, di stiA
The Saths uaIr T y from
ber trip& down the e L
e.H s, the s, wIntm
Father O'Boaie bad a vry pleassant
ourey to New N y" m Mouday.
W H. PEte ba hA I the Pritt
Mrs. L. Carewefl is eatertaiing her
uim, Mia Edith KnowB, of Free.
WEpisopal prayer books and
hymnals at Clark's jewelry and station-
E. E. Starkey, thl contractor, is over-
hauling Mrs. W. F. Pbwart's cottage on
.Tbi is is ne weather for kodak
work. Harris sells kodaks and alms.
Studio Peek Block.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Biagham, of Toledo,
Ohio, are at te Grand Atlanta for the
balance of th season.
Contractor J. R. Bliven has the con-
tract for the section of a home for Mrs.
Newell on Ridgewood.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frost, of St. Louis,
are in Daytona. They are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Starr.
W. M. Carewell has had a bath room
built to his house and is having a sys-
tem of plumbing installed.
See the Hawaiians at the opera house
Monday night. It will be the most
unique entertainment of the season.
-'Don't fail to inspect my stock of
millinery before purchasing elsewhere.
MRS. DOUGLouASS, Magnolia avenue.
One of the most distinguished arrivals
at the Palmetto this week is C. L. Kurta,
a prominent politician of Columbus, 0.
Mrs. W. F. Jibb was up from Rock-
ledge Monday and Tuesday for a brief
visit with her husband, Station Agent
James M. Marlette, of the Kassuba
Commission company, of Milwaukee,
Wis., is among the late arrivals in Day-
Mrs. T. H. Bakewell and Miss Reed,
guests of the Palmetto, have just re-
turned from a week's visit at Palm Beach
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. A. Land, of To-
ronto, Caitada, and Miss A. Pierce, of
Boston, are among the new guests at
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hitehcock and son
and daughter, of Chicago, arrived Sun.
day and are pleasantly quartered at the
Dr. and Mrs. Porter R. Bennett are en-
tertaining Miss Smith,a charmingyoung
lady of Urbana, Ohio. Miss Smith is a
cousin to the doctor.
H. T. McClellan and W. S. Edwards
have leased the Daytona Novelty Works
and will conduct it under the firm name
of McClellan & Edwards.
Miss Grace Carswell, Mrs. D. A. Blod-
gett of this city, Mrs. E. P. Porcher, of
Rockledge, returned Monday from a
brief visit to Havana. Cuba.
A. A. Bunnell is erecting a building to
be used as a planing mill. He has also
built a dock out about 200 feet in order
to make a landing place for the tug, Leo.
F. S. Andrews and wife of Findley,
Ohio, are at the Grand Atlantic. Mr. An-
drews is proprietor of the Phoenix Inn,
one of the finest hotels in northern Ohio.
Very enjoyable weekly hope are given
at the Seaside Inn every Thursday even-
ing. Tue proprietors, Dunklee & Coss,
are first class managers and the house is
very highly spoken of by the guests.
It is quite generally reported that the
Daytona hotels are filled to their utmost
capacity. This is not the case. A num-
ber of them are, but there is yet plenty
of accommodations for visitors in the
a This afternoon at two o'clock is
the beginning of the millinery opening
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Despland and a r woIn', rue uUUWu p.i8MiC2JI
few of the guest of the Hotel Despland surgeon of St. Augustine. was in the be from two to five and from seven to
planned a surprise. party on Judge H. E. city Friday of luat week. nine. A fine display of pattern hats will
Mann last Saturday evening, it being I Kost & Gwinner, the painters and be on exhibition. Call around.
the seventy-seventh anniversary of the paper hangers, are artists in their line, The Big Four gave a very pleasant
Judge's birthday. All the guests and a and you will make no mistake in con- dance Tuesday evening. A German will
few outsiders joined in and devoted the suiting them, be given by the club at the opera house
evening to music and putting out of next Wednesday evening, and it promises
sight the delicious collation served by Mm. .'arah Cochran. Mi.s Moore and to be a very enjoyableaffair. The S-F-H
the landlord and his wife. Judge Mann Miss Mlary Newmyer of Dawson. a., orchestra will furnish the music.
received many congratulations from his friends of .Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 'Carson are
friend. He is a very bright and able taping at the Ridgewood. Mrs. Anna A. Wood. of Tottansvilie,
friends. He it a very bright and able st
e i e b / Staten Island, died at the home of J. A.
gentlemen and remarkably spry for his/This has been a splendid winter for Shanks last Friday. Decease was 40
age. wood dealers. Fires have been burning years of age; she was a victim of con-
gI.,A fine line of pocket books, purse almost continuously since the first of sumption and came to Florida hoping to
and card cases in alligator and carved November. This winter has no parallel. prolong her life. The remains were pre-
leather at Clark's. Mrs. Henry Myres, president of the pared by Bingham & Maley and
NDr. J. P. Each met with a very unfor- Christian Benevolant association, will shipI" to New york.
tunate and painful accident Wednesday speak at the Christian Church next Mon- Johney Jones, a colored chap, who
afternoon. He was returning to his day afternoon at three o'clock. All are was stopping with John Jackson, at
home at Seabreeze from a prof-esional cordially invited to attend. The lady is Midway, got up early last Saturday
call on this side of the river, and when now at the Hotel Ormond. morning and took the bed clothes with
on the central bridge he fell from his .. W. Erregger. of Long island. has let him to Hastings. He was captured and
wheel. He was picked up unconscious the contract to E.E. Stake for the brought back to Daytona. He is now
by G. L. Hayward, and taken home in a ere. ction of a handsome sidene on boarding withheiffTurner, at DeLand.
carriage. Dr. Atwood was immediately ioodall property. north of the home awaiting the action of the Big Judge.
a.t. oodall property. north of the home of
called and upon examination found that Dr. Daton. Work will be commenced
three ribs were broken, a couple of teeth I h ...... om ave *s .
on the building Mon.tlexy.
knocked out and several bad bruises on i Just opened on Beach street a benefit
the head and face. Dr. Esch is now rest- t'AThe LIadie" Aid Society of the mending bureau, where all kinds of re-
i ll w as jarv a n mc ld be exTne II- In din & 'l,.In<;.>t> w'hlh.,ho .r.. ,,. .. --.. .. A -11 -;:.: _:1 -;1 !. __1 A- I T ....
I Grabha and rye bread at the
Olad R. JohBneon a bee on a trip
to Miami sad Palm Beach.
Mrs. R. J. Malby has been visiting with
latives at DeLaad a Late t0l1
F. L Corwin was in the city last Sat-,
urday, and as usual registered at
WCall at the Ladies' Furnishing
Store, in the Boxby Building, for your
Ine shirt waists.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. 8tockwell, of Ana-
strong, Iowa, have rooms in Mrs. Stone's
bouse. on First avees.
The friends of Mescant Hill will be
glad to IMar that he ha rsovwd from
his recent llnes and is again to befound
.jDou't miss seeing the views at
Harris' Studio. In will cost you nothing
to get inouettin t is another thing.
Studio Peck Block.
J. B. Countryman, one of the most ex-
tensive mercanile men of Dixon, Ill., is
at the Grand Atlantic. He is accompa-
nied by Mrs. Countryman.
,Mrs Spangler will take pupils in
dancing, society or fancy tep, at rea
unable rates. Children' class meet
Saturday at Keating's Casino at 2 p. m.
Rev. B. E. Clewel, A. M., of Newoaund-
land, Pa., will preach at the First M, E.
Church tomorrow evening at 7:45
o'clock. Epworth League is at seven
I-tNew spring styles in shirt waists
for ladies' at Hill's.
F. D. Miller, traveling passager agent
for the Illinois Central Ry., and G. A.
Dobbins, representing the Santa Fe
Route, were in the city Friday of last
week. They registered at the Deipland.
0g.New spring styles in gent's straw
bate at Hill's.
A party of guests from Detwiler's
place, on the peninsula opposite New
Smyrna, came up to take in the sights
of Daytona Wednesday. They chartered
an automobile and visited some of the
IWAll the latest styles in street hats
for ladies and children at Mrs. Douglass.
Fred Bratt and Miss Floy Null were
united in marriage at the Episcopal
Church last Saturday evening, Rev.
Arnold performing the ceremony. The
couple are well and favorably known to
a host of friends who join in wishing
them happiness and prosperity.
1iBathing caps and ocean shoes at
The Melbourne Chautauqua will open
next week, and the outlook for program
and attendance is good. The new audi-
torium, which will seat a thousand per-
sons, will be ready for use. The program
is a varied one, with plenty of music and
a number of fine stereopticon lectures,
besides the farmers' institute and other
IgBathing suits ot Hill's.
Rev. L. M. Dunton, D. D., president of
Claflin University, of Orangeburg, 8. C.,
preached at the First M. E. Church last
Sunday an educational sermon. A hand-
some offering to the Freedmen's Aid and
Southern Educational society was made
after the sermon. Dr. Dunton carries on
various industrial operations with great
success at his university.
white table waitresses.
Good wages and per-
manent potion. Ap-
ply at once to
No less a man than John Wanamaker
recently spoke as follows about news-
papers: A newspaper whose columns
overflow with advertisements of busi-
ness mqen, has more influence in attract-
ing attention and building up a town
than any other agency. Peoplego where
there is business. Capital and labor go
where there is an interprising commu-
nity. No power on earth in so strong
to build up a town so well as a paper
well patronized, and its power should be
appreciated. The, man who overlooks
his town paper injures himself by in-
juring his town and townomen.
INew shoes at Hill's.
Mrs. Mary Blount, wife of Gco. H.
Blount, died at Arcadia, Fla., Feb. 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Blount are well known to
the people of Daytona, having lived here
for some five years. They removed to
Areardia in May last hoping to improve
Mrs. Blount's health which had been
steadily failing for a long time. She
continually grew worse, being in the
hands of that fatal disease, consumption.
Their many friends in the town and
brothers and sisters in the First Baptist
church extend to Mr. Blount their heart-
felt sympathy in this his time of sore af.
fiction. Rev. Nash, of Tampa, officiated
at the funeral services at Arcadia Wed-
*"St-- ".- ;
The Line Cornieto in Part of
Satin Stripe Dimity
Also a full line of......
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS AND SKIRTS.
Wiater is going, summer is coming. Our new line of
Gent's Summer Hats and Clothing is now on the way.
WALLACE'S CURIO and
NOVELTY STORE t oppo.ite..o...
The Only Genuine Curio
Store in Daytona. )
Our orange wood souvenirs are striking. Souvenir spoons a specialty.
Name or initials burned free on anything you purchase.
A PLEASANT MINER PARTY.
W. H. Peters gave a stag dinner to a
few friends, at the Hotel Despland, Tues-
day evening. The dinner was one that
is seldom equalled and never excelled,
and both Mr. Peters and Mr. Despland
are to be congratulated on the excellence
of the spread.
The following partook: W. IH. Peters,
F. N. Conrad, J. W. Wilkinson, Frank
Rodgers, V. Vuillaume, F. J. Niver, Geo.
L. Watsou and Edw. Fitzgerald.
This is what they partook of:
Consomme on taste
Stuffed Olives Salted Almonds
Teirapin a la Maryland
Fresh Mushroom on Toast
Fillet of Beef a la Jardiniere
Broiled Chicken Squabs
Petit Fours Meriugued
Sherry Wine Jelly
Chocolate Ice Cream with Blanc Mange
Demi tamie Coffee
To toe P&bia im Gsnwal.
Bunnell's Saw and Planer Mill is now
prepared to furnish rough and dressed
lumber at short notice; delivered either
by land or water. Wood and slabs for
sale at all times.
A. A. Bc.NICLL, Proprietor.
Gm Sliced ham always fresh at the
Chas. A. Wolff and H. E. Nutt, of Chi-
cago, are at Schmidt's Villa.
MWBrain bread, the great brain devel.
oper and nerve builder. fresh esery day
at the Gramling Bakery.
The annual meeting ofthestockholders
of the Daytona Telephone Company will
take place next Monday evening.
......Have just received a fine line of......
Rockers and Chairs, Baby Carriages,
Go Carts, Refrigerators and Rugs
They sell Sherwin-Williams Paints.
We have just received a large
stock of goods manufactured
by the National Biscuit Co.
They are strictly high grade
and nothing can be found to
equal them. Here are some
Alaoad Bon Bons
Five O'clock Teas
Meerml' Breakfact Bacon. the
lgt that money can buy.
We have the largest and finest
i"m of aewal foods in the city.
We have the largest assortment
kkfk grade canned goods in the
eonty. The prices, of course
L T. IAO & CO.
"My wi bad a deep-i--e-l
for tee years. J1purwaMemd
bol of Ayer's Cbe ral,
arge size, and it cured her eem
J. H. Barge, Mace, Col.
Probably you Iknow of
cough medicines that re-
lieve little coughs, d
cough.. .fy dep umi
The medicine that hi
been curing the worst of
deep coughs for sixty
years is Ayer's C
(o N ot^or qrre
pI lA Aomdid. Anyth per-
K>l wsl o be pbUi, expt or thei
Ia at.H .o our -r o
-ed at the Postoce at Daytona,
Florida, as Second Cl Matter.
SSfatrday, March i, o19 .
EW EOMMIET ARRIVES.
~ty peg in their stalls at the
S red homeu in the station yard, two
Sfthe giant iro steeds which have just
ben added to the equipment of the
S lsida East Coast Railway Co., were
S isVedg by a Becord representative this
S uM-T. The master mechanic and
s of his assistants.gased on the mas-
S edw locomotives with every symptom
Spride and satisfaction. In reply to a
questoa to their superiority the mas-
teameiamesaie d the machine in com-
mioma om the Florida East Coast Ry.,
,. a m odesm in every respect and the
S het tobe had. Four of the huge Bald-
wb locomotives have arrived and
ather is on the way. The two tested
b -m oraingl may be assigned to duty
i 16'ht or tomorrow and all will be in
am beloetheeodofthe week. The en-
Ones ae fitted with automatic bell
t l0r, electric lights and incandescent
fhtfor the cab. Provision has been
S xiem also for placing lights under the
1~mnag board. The average weight of
-h locomotives is 55 tons, while the ten-
der, loaded, weighs 84,000 pounds.
Their members run from 40 to 45. At
gu| Ist the tragic over the road is enor-
S mme and the arrival of the new engines
S Theanew parlor cam just received are
Sesqieite products of the car builder's
S-- and taste. Elegaace and strength
b .combiMned in these rolling palaces,
wM ispnreent a lavish expenditure.
S Tmsving on cand to the East Coast is a
bzary which, ia itself, is sumcimt in-
Ademeuet to satie the tourist., and such
eem to hbe the ease, for each year the
travl is far in excess of all precious sea-
wea, and at present there are many
thommade more tourists on the Eaet
'4ast Atha last year, and last winter
i ns e ord-weaker.
S I.MaM of the Florida East Coast
Sway has frown to immense propor-
Si lad orders am in now for rolling
d.oekolkinds. Parlor cars, day coaches,
ten and fat freight cars. All are needed
t handle the business this year. Next
Par will probably fnd necessity for fur-
Srw asgmeeting the splendid equip-
bia,-4k.. Augustine Record.
TIE TIME IS SHORT.
The draws near for the State Sun-
i Gehool Convention of Florida. It
t he h eld ia the city of Gainesville on
S10. A splendid program has
prepared, and everything indicates
thet eovestion will be one of the
ever held in the State. Besides our
Florida workers who will be repre-
t on the program, there will be a
eof aunday school workers of
S-Mal reputation. Mr. Marion Law-
eivnawm e l.M tary of the Interna-
e" al ZLse- ool invention will be
h se; alW r 1 a D. Meigs, Asso' &te
Bter a the International Evange., and
khmwa throughout the country as the
"umlmday ehool Awakener;" and Prof
.L 0. l ,of Chicago, the well known
ira la ag. Fallparticulars and pro-
Sem he obtained from W. N.
S Tdalhaee, Fla.
I New Oxford ties for ladies at Moore
TS beaaties of the Halifax country
ad the East Coast of Florida at Wil-
mes' opera bonse, Seabreeae, March 11*.
A. L McCture, of Saginaw and Du-
whee he has white pine lumber
-,llaameto town Wednesday. He and
Ma. McClure registered at the Ridge-
wood. They left town Thursday but
W rwn tam next week.
I The aew mending bureau is something
t hug mislededaadwe are sure it will be
appucMiated by ladies who are a-
to do their own sewing; by young
aad bachelor. Mrs. Pratt is a very
I. u illd lady, handy with her
|e_ and always glad to help the poor
A CollasUoa f Crowas.
A whole collection of crowns is
i3 the Russian royal palace.
relies of departed greatness-
erly all come from countries
M beean subjuated by thi
kept in what in knew
s e-'thronaeroom." Here am
the crowns of Poland, Ka-
Astrakhan and Persia
Sthrones and other royal
Stoonumerous to mention.
[ i the crowns of conquered na-
. ts, these of almost all the esa
Myt e seen in that vast treasue
it is a Fact
That we ha
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&.,New summer dress goods at Moore
A royal entertainment at Wilmans'
opera house, Seabreese, March 19th.
WIWWinter has gone, summer is here;
buy a summer hat at Moore's.
Watch for the big entertainment at
Wilmans' opera house, Seabreese,
Little Ruth Stewart gave a birthday
party to about twenty little friends
Wednesday afternoon. The usual good
time was had.
Thirty minutes in fairyland, at WlB-
mane' opera house, Seabreese, March 19.
J. Harvey Phillips, of Tampa, division
manager for the Spencer Medicine Co.,
was in the city Thursday advertising
Planter's Nubian Tea. He chartered an
automobile and with a "cooon" quar-
tette and a megaphone heralded the ad-
vantages of this tea to the people on the
Souvenir night at Wilmans' opera
house, Seabreese, March 19th.
The Bennett House is having a very
successful season. The proprietor,
Albert Bennett, is one of the most
courteous and obliging hotel men to be
found. He conducts the house on strictly
high class ideas, and many compliments
are expressed by his guests on the cuesine
especially. Among some of the late ar-
rivals are: C. H. Burgess and wife,
Quincy, Mass.; the Mises Beard, New
York; Gea. Alex. Hughes, wife and dau-
ghter, and Rev. Samuel Studdiford and
daughter, Trenton, Mass.; H. Gillet and
wife, Chicago; A. G. Kins ey, Harrisburg,
Pa.; Judge Alfred Wallace, Fargo, N. D.;
A. M. Davis and wife, Lincoln, Neb.;
Alfred Bonk and wife, Brooklyn; Col.
W. F. Bail, wife and child, Fargo, N. D.;
and A. S. Lewis and wile, Chicago.
Gala night at Wilmans' opera house,
Seabreese, March 19th.
The St. Augustine correspondent of
the Times Union and Citizen speaks thus
of the Hawaiian Glee Club, which will
appear at the Daytona opera house Mon-
day evening: "The most enjoyable
musical concert given in the casino this
season was that by the Hawaiian Glee
Club last night. The fame of the musi-
cians had preceded them, and a large au-
dience greeted their appearance. W. H.
Kai, soloist on the flute, mandolin and
guitar, is a genius. Never before has
such guitar playing been heard here, and
his mandolin solos were equally marvel-
ous. Numbers specially pleasing among
the instrumental selections were the ren-
ditions of the overture. Poet and Peas-
ant, and the intermezzo, Cavaliere Rusti-
cana, by W. H. Kai and T. Kekaioni, on
mandolin and guitar, and Mr. Kai's ren-
dition of popular medleys on the guitar.
Of the glees one on the program as One,
Two, Three was exceedingly pleasing.
The Malays possess very sweet voices,
and sang last night with finish and ef-
fect. Their music is not unlike the Hun-
garian, save that it is softer and much
REPORT OF PALMETTO CLUB.
The Palmetto Club met on last Thurs-
day in the Club rooms and enjoyed a
musical afternoon. The President, ow-
ing to the painful accident to her hus-
band, was not in the chair. so Mrs. May
Thompson presided. A vote of sympa-
thy was extended to Mrs. Each. The
Current Events were items concerning
Americans musicians in London, given
by Misee Smith. A paper on the social
and private life of Wagner was then read
by Mrs. Williams, followed by a vocal
trio by Mrs. Atwood, Mrs. Honeywell
and Mrs. Huston. Miss Newell then
gave a solo in German accompanied by
Mrs. Carrie Atwood then read a paper
written by Miss Robinson on Wagner as
a composer. It was a scholarly analy-
sis of his musical meanings, and gave
vivid glimpses of the varied pictures he
has made with his music. A vocal and
instrumental duet then followed by Mrs.
Wall, Mrs. Heath, Mrs. Ennis and Mrs.
Mrs. Niver then took us little journey
to the home of Beethoven.
A vote of thanks was also extended to
Mrs. Newton for the dimity lace cur-
tains she presented to the Club, which
adds so much to the appearance of the
The business meeting then followed
with the reading of last minutes and re-
ports of committees. A new insurance
was decided upon; also an amendment
j 4 ." I- -
we the ftnest aortment of
the city. Price am right.
R. D. VENNING,
Will practice in State and Federal Courts
0 Tim A Mag
Psm ai m me s -
S tmefr~ ~e we..... ...
CmNEW BAKERY M
removed to the...
ood s, and will fuurnish Fancy Cakes.
acaroons. Kisses etc. to order. Orders
also taken for plain and faony lfeCreams
Thanking all my former patrons for
their trade in the past I hope to merit a
in the rear of the Opaera House, where I
Pies, l'akes an( all kinds of Baker's
goodn, and will fieh Fancy Cake.
have been established between
Daytona and DeLand
by the Daytoua Teh.phone Company.
Toll: 30 cents.
POOL .04 a
and RTTI JARD
Hot Lunches served at all hours.
Oyster stews a specialty.
First Class Work
A Dainty Feast.
The wedding fea-t iha from time
imminmorial played an important
part in M.aoriland. S. Percy Smith,
the surveyor general of New Zea-
land, gives this account of one such
"The guests numbered hundreds,
and when the swe'etiened paste was
to be served no di.li could be found
large enough. Accordingly a large
canoe was brought, cleaned after
their by no means particular fash-
ion, and into this the paste was put.
As the multitude sat about it, each
dipping in and helping himself with
the mussel shells, which' they use
instead of spoons, a greedy child fell
head first into the canoe, being en-
fi-v 1.. ; ..... .1 :. L t1.. ..1 I/ ..f
WAXTr-Sm-8mL PamPN or CoA-
acter and good reputation in seah state
(one in this county required) to reps-
sent and advertm old established
wealthy biusies home of soMlid Snamial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expenses additional, all payable in cash
each Wednesday direct from head oces.
Horse and carriage furnished when nee-
cessary. Beferences. Enslosel se-ad-
dressed-stamped envelope. Manager,
316 Caxton Building, Chicago.
Beautifully Located on Ridgewood Ave.,
NOW OPEN TO GUESTS.
A new hour, heated'throughout by hot
air, new furnishings, everything
to make guests comfortable.
Mrs. Coese S ulvemil, Prom.
This popular home-like boarding
house is beautifully situated on
Beach Street facing the Halifax
River. The rooms are large and
the table board excellent. The
house is but three blocks from the
postoffice and convenient to all
the churches and but one mile
from the beach. Rates reasonable.
J. McCOLLUM, Proprietor.
A large line of granite warejust received.
See the bargains on our 5 and
10 cent counters. Don't miss it.
koib u hcDayesmse.
Daytona Ice Co.
WM. W Ue, Manager.
Whe." lwri Wmwm-
P. W. ss, *
e8t-9 *M .ito
NMW M"1UFA, fLMUA.
High Grade Tailor a Spealdty.
8uits made to order ior 18 and
up; Pants for 94 md upwatd.
cemtgMh o b g f t as mmub slo
Cottage Ave., ar of City Hotel.
Magm*abo Avomes.sa &
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.
Doors and Window Screens, Picture
Mouldings made to order. All kinds of
Furniture Bepairing done on short notice
at reasonable prices.
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
At M 2 ^s ^
J. L. Odum, P*o*iietoo.
The finest Market South of Jacksonville.
A full stock of all kinds of Fresh Florida
and Western Meats.
Poultry a specialty.
J. H Niver & Son,
FURNITURE, HARDWARE and
Same Old Stand.
C. A. BIRCHWOOD,
Northern sob& Western
S. H. GOVE.
and Contractor. 0,
Residence and office, northeast corner of
Ridgewood and Volusia avenues.
Phone 89. DAYTONA. rLA
Centrally Located-l. Rates Moderate.
A. OSBORNE. I
Ladies' shoes, siMes 3 to 4, regular price $2.50, now oly.........
Missed' shoes, sizes 13 to 2, regular~price $1.20, now
Children's Oxfords, 5 to 8, regular price 50 cents, now to
Boy's, 3 to 4, regular price$1.00,mnow .a2
Men's Patent Leather, satin calf, regular 03.50 'stoek, mow..........k7
See our line'of Enamel Ware, Stationery, etc. Pianos and Orgs.
Orders left for piano tuning will receive prompt attention.
GEORGE W RAY.
HU PHOLSTEBRER Ax
H V. BRACE MANUFACTUIWBorUIGHW
isMoss and Fiber 1attr
Dealer in Second Hand Furniture and Stoves.
Your Old Furniture Made as Good as Mi
Second Avenne, opposite Schmidt's Villa, Phone 9 Da2iomA, FLM
I HALIFAX WAGON WORKS I
M. M. Godwin, Proprietor.
P Car iages.
General Black mithing and Rp,-r ing
scIKNTIrIC MORSl*aSOMINO A SICIA<T.
Shop near Bond & Bond Lumber Yard, 17 DAYTOMA, FLA.
"6TmE EAST COAST orF POb
uimm EWT SAST MAW~v
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect Janury 5, N
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Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St
Received fresh every morning,
and delivered promptly to
any part of the city...............
We own the famous Rose
Bay Oyster Beds.
E. G. LONG & CO.
4JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUUTINU.
fte23j*N.27ioM*.35 0111&291Ie.1 Ilai
ST. AUGUSTMNE TO JACKOVLE
Lv. at. Auutine .... 190 1 5:1 S WOSIVU 4.~ i4J~
W 9o to15 aO 06 12 10&a184
RflWDULITT.OF BRUANCHW TWUS-
Poultry, otc. JACKSONVILLU TO MAYPO T. PALATKA TO AWN ?PALATKA.
Centrally Located on Bea.h Street. ANT-kRA iU-SVEALtRNS OF (CHAr- SATIONS *17,it e.21 n s. e.4e..
enthrall Locatedt ter and go idI reputation in *each State Lv. Jacksonville... 8 Oa$ Ipl10. 10l100p Lv.Palatks.| 9 iali1 l 1| pl 8 43 i
((on in this co.nmity r...uinrd) to pr- b sl l SI4 e i 2p103i 203p Ar.E.P'l'tkal 985* 11 aal 2 p i
PHONK 2*; snt and adlvertiM .l estallished Atlantic Beach. p 00 ol0 66 a 5p EAST PALATA TO PALTKA.
wealtV l. businles his of solid financial AT. Mayport ....... 7 15p1 10loft 3 00 1 -
Dartona. Floridag. l Salhry 1..s., w,..kly with AYPORT TO JACKSONVILLE. STATIONI. e4 *5e.55"e. g
xl..n,|ls li<.nio l, all iaytll. in u Lv.E.P'l'tka 845 | 9 45a 11 4I '
-~ .ar \(n...ldv direct front lihid oftices. STATIONS. *M. *M.18:e.20 Ar. Palatka 9 ilo Sal 06ps p 0
T TI,;, ,eaih rnr.inrgI"1 'u .'tiir nsh,,,< ^hi "*d t. .Mayport. ....p.. ill 30:B0 SAr XATRO 3AJO" .
JOS. OSBORNIE, g !es's" ry. lbf,.,'... Ei-lwh.s. wlf-adl- Atlantic Beach. *60aO5 00p 4 tO.
dress.d-stainpil vd .nvelope. .Maiager. Pablo Beach....6 Sa 0 *"e.57*e.45 Sio
it r Pn, 31* (axtoit Builling.hago.B Ar.Jacksonvlle... 7a 5l gp *p 74Lv.5.P.la.. sa
Sanitary Plumbing & 3 A N DABoAN O. E P !806 o .. !Ar.. Mate...vI, sa.j
i-sj -STATIONS. WS.12 K1 A %]ICITY DR N
Gasfitting. 0 10" .v...........1 aI.............. 1 .
Iaa ............. osteen ............. 11 u pp H 1 a =e e a rt
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Steam and Hot Water Heating. A. ... Enterprise ........ ..It 3a 4Spll a ... OreCty....
O a10Ar.........5 ,nford........... Lvliou 4 pll 4>aAr.. Or.OltyJe..Lv, 10
Estimates Furnished. Work Guaranteed Dl. xcpt und Dly excet Monday. ndy ony.
T raisTr ndotostopatstationsopposite which no timeiseshown.
1'. Box 2$3. These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected to arrivesad
Of. atEuroaUliotel. Shop in rear. .from the several ..stations, but their arrival or departure at the times staled is not
i at Eropean otel. hop in ea. noroe the many old itself responsible for any delay orany
at on. Ir therefrom. re y y h om.
.Da .t .- .. Peuinsular and Occidental Steamship Co.ectues at
Do You Smoke?
Well, then you like
Cigars. You will find
largest assortment at
'TWIR MIAMI, KNY WeST AD HAVANA.
"- |Commencing January 19L.
-- Lv. Miama, Mone., Thurs..............115. p ILv. Nasu. Weds.. S..................
Ar. NsmuTues., Fri* ....................& 00 p | Ar. Milai, Thurs., 8u ..................
Commencing February S,1902.
RIGHT UP TO THE HANDLE. Mia Ts.., ............: va:.MamsW s.,Tr..Ba.............
That's the way you'll find our bread. CA 1I-ATg.ANM A AIr CW rLINN.
Not occasionally good, but good all the Oommencing January 1, 9T.
time. There i a uniform excellence about Ar. Hava on's ........... p L. S-a'-Tues.t ................
D. F. MORRISON
I m asan som
CALL ON THE
7u t &aDm& dras
~ip~n. ad sppliesalways- mebL.
SPU Atstlum to *Mh We~6
Made from Distilled Water.
-104, i ; i W-W i M-M-NN, M*M 1-0-i .. . ..... i
At dW4 9
2s D- 2
SMITH & ON u1
We have just received an ekpnt Ine d Burnt Lud G-
etc. These have "yosma" bWared n the reverse side.
OUR NEW LINE OF JEWELRY SOMETHING
y shcxd sm to appreciate o to t t 4 4 4 4
AN ALUMINUM PIN TRAY
with a view of Dyta on it with each
Purchase of $t.oo or Over
We are still closing out our MENS' SUITS.
Smith NORTHH BEACH T.
S o DAYTONA.
1l O-EPi met in regular moion
Monday evening, with President C. L
Smith ma the chair.
Them wesw present Aldermen G. F
Smith, Foster, Sawve, Harris and
President Smith appointed the follow.
Committee on streets-B. Footer, G. F.
Smith oad B. N. 8tevens.
Commite on finance-Wm. Atwood.
L G. Harr and G. H. Matth. .vs.
Committee on ordinanees-Wm. At-
wood, G. H. Matthews and E. G. Harris.
Comaitte ona taxes and licensee-G. F.
Smith, B. N. Stevens and Wm. Atwood.
Pettion of H. F. louglams, as follows,
"To the Homorable Common Coun-
dIofthe tiy of Daytona--I would
1 ask that the resolution
ps 8ediJu last, giving the Jus-
the of the Peae the privilege of
holdingCourt in the City Building,
he edlmed, as it greatly interferes
with the Mregular duties of the city
n-e11. (Signed) H. F. Douglass."
It was moved and seconded that said
Petition bhe meidved and that the resolu-
Stiom d to be minded; carried.
Moved by Alderman F. Smith, see-
ended hr AIorma Matthews that C. H.
8pemer he appointed city attorney for
the emiute yew-a carried.
MovdG by Alderman Matthews, wse-
ended by Aldermaa Stevens, that H. D.
Brown be appointed city physician for
the eo iang year carried.
Moved by Atlerman Matthews, dec-
oaded by Aldenana Stevens, that four
aigas about riding on the sidewalks and
without light at night, be procured and
have same be pont!d in prominent places
about the ity; carried.
Minameof peviousespecial meeting of
the emeal weoread and approved.
1sli of ex-Mayor Ludwig in regard
to 8ewall N d of fine was brought up.
Moved by Alderman Matthews, seconded
by Alderman Sterens, that same be laid
on the table; carried.
Moved by Alderman Matthewm, se,-
ouded by Alderman Hlarrim. that the
matter of having the rubbish left by the
installation of electric system on the
stret, be selrred to the street commit-
tee with power to act; carried.
Moved by Alderman Foster, seconded
by Alderman G. F. Smith, that the mar-
shal be instructed to request Mr. Schantz
to take down wineateqroer of Palmetto
ad Orange avenue longenough to allow
limbs to be cut as required at that point;
The following bills were presented and
Hinagham & Maley, one-half expenses
C. .L i *r, year's salary.........33.3
Johnb vaaValkenburg ........................2.00
Steve Thomas, trimming trees........ 63
HenryMarti ......... 63
H. F. Doglas, having wood cut... .50
Council, by motion, adjourned.
ckU s's (Cses m ed Celis.
Mrs. Joe McGrath, 327 E. 1st street,
Husahideon, Kan., writes: "I have
gives allard's Horehound Syrup to my
hildreafor coughs and colds for the past
four years, and nd it the best medicine
lever sed." Unlike many cough syrups,
it contains no opium, but will soothe and
heal any disease of the throat or lung.
qiaber thai any other remedy. 25c.,
., ad $1.00 at J. M. Jones.
A short time ago a Kentucky girl
bhos-whipped a dentist for making
"googoo" eyes at her. One of the local
editors in the town, in writing up the
al-ir, stated that the girl's bosom was
filled with rage. The mischievous printer
put it "rags." They say the editor is
till camping out on the hill north of
Mrs. A. E. Simpson, 509 Craig street,
Knoaville, Tean., writes, June 10th,
IM -1 have been trying the bathe of
4 Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheuma-
tn, ht I get morm relief from Ballard's
Mw L-weat than any medicine or
Mtdq1g I have ever tried. Enclosed
p. order for $1.00. Sond me
a B oae by Stouthern Express.'
We*mta tuesld to publish this "What
PORT ORANGE NEWS.
POr ORA.uIC, Feb. 27.-Mr. Lufberry
hais received from Jacksonville an Eclipse
fiber machine for his palmetto factory at
Orita on the peninsula.
The social Friday night at the M. E.
parsonage was a most delightful affair;
every one enjoyed themselves.
Tuesday night we had our regular
card party. Mrs. Corlett, of Joliet, Ill.,
was our hostess and the evening was a
delightful moonlight night and Mr. and
Mrs. Corlett inaugurated some changes
in the usual program that added greatly
to the pleasure of the evening. After
playing progressive euchre till 10 o'clock
the card tables were put away and re-
refreshment tables set and an elegant
collation served. Afterward we had
dancing beginning with a grand march,
led off by Mr. Ukay and Mrs. Corlett.
Mrs. Ukay presided at the piano.
Washington's birthday was appro-
priately observed by the guests of the
hotel, and they also remembered the
1. 0. Gesner has had palmetto trees
set along hie Dun Lawton avenue front.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrews and Doctor W.
L. Hartman went down the coast in the
sloop Dolphin, intending to go as far as
Palm Beach or Mi mi.
Geo. Prevatt returned Tuesday from
Tampa where he has been for about a
year. He is stopping with his brother-
in-law, F. 0. Sparkman.
J. W. Williams, of Daytona, who has
been appointed assistant assessor, was
in our village Tuesday posting his no-
Capt. C. A. Young and party drove
John Teddar is visiting his brother,
J. A. Teddar, our enterprising butcher.
Capt. Minot rode down Tuesday and
called on friends.
J. I'.Thoin.,-. th,. Daytona oda water
man, di ,ei-. i hi,.,tland poniiea down
Mrs J. C. Tilden has just returned from
the southern county and sent to her
friends North two eocoanute by mail,
one weighing three pounds and the
other three Pounds and seven ounces.
I'retty good for Florida.
risteuwme Attentio I
Phillip T. White, of Port Orange, will
takeout a party of two on fishing trip
for $2.00 per day, and furnish plenty of
bait. Boats, line and bait furnished for
$1.50 per day.
The above portrait is that of
County. Mogebtud, of Chica-
go, Il., whose gratitude for the
benefit received from the use of
Dr. Miles' Nervine prompted
her to make this statement:
It afords me eat pese te add
my ttimon to the very excess
merits of Dr. Miles' Nervim. AWho
Slam pto 8o years of me I iadit
oothsthe tired brain. quaisw the i-
I newv Ufel comm lwlhd a W eaa
of it ia thebhoe Gs-tfxdiy yoea,
ANENT THE OYSTERS.
Earron GAsmra-ew-I see the
opinion expressed that oyters gathered
from the bar in front of the c ty woaM
be affected by the city sewesage. As as
interested party I would suggest that
from a casual examination it would
seem that the sewer emptying into a
dredged canal along the front would
carry all refuse south, and around the
point south of your city, and into the"
main channel, or the bay below and oet
across the bar, am eurrants run down adl
not across a river.
We have used many oysters from the
bar next the channel and And them very
wholesome. OwVsm Lovns
A Pbyi Ms Walis.
"I am desirous of knowing 9f the pro-
emsion can obtain Herbine in bulk for
prescribing purposes? It has been of
great use to me in treating cases of dys-
pepsia brought on by nemese or over-
work. I have never known it to ail in
restoring the organs affected to their
healthful activity." 50c. bottle at J. M.
Old ocean billows,
How you surge and toss about,
Not caring one bit for the shadows,
That engulf us in darkness and doubt.
How we cry in bitter anguish,
For the light that does not come,
Till our fears, they are banished,
And with their strange fancies we no
Then a light ~ims to pamer
In the east sa" r Sr p re;
Infinite Lev* w ~ta a Musar,
Gives us peace and away all teas.
Look: sweet vision foatang n th'air'
Come to us from afar,
Giving comfort and rest,
As we live the highest and best.
Ah, when in the sacred place of the
most high we dwell,
No harm can then befall us,
In truth, we know all is well,
For God's will (like a wall of Aire)
our lives does incompass.
-OuIVR C. HAWLEY.
so Swet in PO~smig tM TsstoI
Mrs. C. Peterson, 625 Lake St., To-
peka, Kan., speaking of Ballard's Hor.-
ioun d Syrup, says: "It has never failed
to give entire satisfaction, &ad of all
cough remedies, it is my favorite. and I
must confess to my many friends that it
will do, and has dome, what is aimed
for it-to speedily cure a cough or a
cold; and It is so sweet and so plasng
in taste." 25c., 50c., and $1.00 bottle
at J. M. Jones.
A new boiler has been installed in the
The Cruiser left Tuesday with a party
for Palm Beach.
J. L. Odum has just received a hand-
some new scale for his meat market.
TABLK e t"f e TIDES.
Week beginning March 2, 1902.
Monday................ ............ 7:51
Tuesday ........................... 8:46
The Candy Maker 'P
S7-_I C. O .
* ~-:~ ~
l te largest amd most comrrble exemroa n lIa" i t
waSU htbee la mt Wee, Ated with a tn hore-power loe
-l whih mema wrelabfity. Theboat has hgl iss forest.
Mab= trips p,6 Tne, Thursdays ainreafr ,
to the leaTIM South Brige at 8:30 a.
MUnadys, Weda.days& aqd1ewV- fr b ombh se
fEriayts iae made to aat 900 a. M.
The Clmbia wSl give you more time tha am 7 other beat a utO .
Tomoka Cabin. Both the above trips are very pctarqae.
are for Round Trip $1.00. -
Lanch "Yankee MDoole" for Carter.
GI'IelJr.& Col I-"" ,-
IIUlUUlQ ~ Druggtos 4
The Largest and Most Complete Stock
of Drugs in Daytona, Prescriptions corn-
Spounded by Begistered Pharmaciest only.
Pewfu ery and ToiletArUclo %*O
TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BALSAM-25 cents a bottle.
l eo" %If. # 4 9 IP DATTONA. FLORSIO A
A. Steele Co.
i Central CYcle
^Y7~i LIVERY. %w 1 PW P
Four doors North of Postoefe.
Finest line of Chainless Wheels in the
eity to rent and for sale.
Repairing quickly and neatly done.
BOND & BOND CO.,
Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Flooring, Siding-. Ceiling.
Brick, Ume and Cemant in Stock.
Offices and Yards: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager
"SAN MATI NO"
AN MlVATEO Bast ar.
--- --W --
- wleki VELLA
Aoaiom ea be km= aJ&
amis aColm busto
"Intow.. Bah room d a
Jan =-No n"aop-soeS Week& Amd owineed.
UHenrs Sehmldt Proprietor, Dartona,9
ALBERT iENNfTT, Proprietor.
This hoase is eow and is situated on North Ridgewood; has amodEWS
veniene, heated with hot air; ,ad all outside rooms, ingly or en aiteh.
suite with private bath; electric lights now in me; broad varaadabs; lW a|f
cellent. Rates reasonable, and everything done for the comfort of guests
Daytona, Flo b.
THE WHITE HOUSE
Seabreese Avenue, SEABBREIZE, FLA.
Renovated and Newly Furnished.
J. L HOWARD, Proprietor. A. C. BArNETT, Maw.
GRAND ATLANTIC HOTEL
(Formerly the Holy Ins)
Opens December let.
This popular hostlery has been remodeled and enlar-d to double its 5m;.
odatee 200 gusts; it has bee nf uraihed and rated; electric k
thorouhly heated; has nw billiard and moki rooms, aew ladl~
Sun parlor. The GrandAtlantic is situatedoa the water front and Ithas
laws, and south ar verandas; good boatia= and bn from our own a
Bates moderate. for booklet. Ja. Jhase 5 ea, Se awm
C. O.CHAMBERLIN. PROP.
Electric Lighted and Thoroughly Heated
Hot and Cold Bathe.
Everything Strictly First Class. Rates Moderate.
Rate from $7 to 10 per week. Situated on Orauge Avenue.
T. L. RODGERS, Proprietor.
Directly on the ocean beach opposite Daytona. New and modern. Gas
and electric belle in every room. New ocean pier and casino.
DUNKLEE & CO88, Proprietors, GOODALL, (formerly Seabreese) FLORIDA.
Summer hotel: Oceea View Hquae, Pigeon Cove, Mass
FOUNTAIN CITY PHAI1nACY,
NoRTu BEACH STREET
Ham a Select Stock of......
DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES,
COMB8 AND TOILET SOAPS.
Perfumery and Fancy Toilkt Articles.
DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during businee
hours; office hours Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
It's all Florida -
Why buy imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with opium T-row ell's
and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida least at a fivecnt price?
Box of 25 .................. $1.00,
Box of 50..................$1.75 FE MAIt4rrO ANY ADDRESS.
21 S. W. ROWLEY. San Mateo, Flrida.
Express 4f tagage Line '
R. F. TROWELL, Proprietor
Ofce in the UCpto-Date Barber Shop.
All Calls Given Prompt Attention.
Piano Moving a Specialty.
A new and up-to-date hotel, with large
airy, glass enclosed sun parlor facing the *
Atlantic. It ha 400 feet of broad ver-
ofpumae, Qhd came, .twom n-c .I=-,
DAYTONA TRANSFER CO.
PMLLman & Rx, Proprietors.
fwB- limCarkmsg FbTHm News" asld~iB um
We are well equipped for "Straw Rides." The finest turmnote in thi ety.
'Busem meetall trains and take passenger to say part of ti city.
Trmaks dMvred promptly. Stables opposite Publk ibhool.
NORMAN S. DAYTON,
Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber, Flooring, CGelling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings. Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
. of UPSET?
1I .e.t you speak these ashib
-. fc ta-ls -my window curtains.
bavelerd come, no curtains
Switdow., and I very maeh
-- If ye great bumrr hib,
Sw~i speak, what can do?"
Nailng entirely eihr-t,-ed the so-
4-pm of his English voesbulary
A&k bungalow khansaah pam-n-
1 ceath and to ee what effect
S,) Bmit and variety of his ae-
with our tongue would
qsS me. The speech, how-
mere flash in the pan,
B^h itted to memory for
I had to have re-
l Ma to learn the
E b woes. It appeared
as an old sahib, a very.
aM ib who lived in a house in
woeds close by, and whenever
tlhammah put up new curtains
A and took them away, and
W kanm mah tried to prevent
Sbe got beaten, for he was a
iy ere old man and had been a
Sbahadur in his day.
l Wh- t did the man want the cur-
'JBW long had he lived in the
wh a very long time; perhaps i
that was all that I could lean
g -ht the matter. I told the khan
s. ah to lock up the curtains in
Oet and only to bring them ou
0 =i some traveler was in th
bmttlow. I would speak to the sa
Iabut it when I saw him, an
On Is traightway forgot the whole
It was two or three mornings aft
Sward that Iwas out for a stroll iz
t' ie woods soon after sunrise. It
latsi autumn, and here in the
tmprante Kulu valley the fierce In
is i- does not reach its full in
tlty. There was a crisp fresh-
i n the air almost like an Eng.
Sm oin&g, and after the bare
W sun steeped plains of the
SWab, from which I had lately
eana, the lash green of the under.
-th cwas coo and refreshing to
= ey The large rosy cheeked
Zala apples gleamed through the
bKImmb of the orchards. But foi
S bite already latent in the slant-
A. s ay of the sun I might have
bum i Devonshire.
htgamtly I was aware of a curi-
em $gun approaching me. It was
Sa tA old man with bent shoulders
Ml -Iag white hair falling about
the esllar of his coat His clothes,
i bugh neatly made, were of a cheap
S white calico so largely in use among
the natives, and his shoes were of
mammed cowhide. His hat was
[ t pltea d straw. Everything about
S im was evidently homemade ex-
SOt cue thing-round his waist
j w-. wound a red cummerbund,
c wbi cve him the air of a stage
I dof venerable aspect.
H sir," said he, following the
&eoitom of my gaze as he came
S ars, the scarlet, the grand old
m uretl It reminds me of the good
M days when I wore her majesty's
kaI s rin the Crimea before ever I
R me m to this country." As I looked
diner I rsognied the pattern of
a sd ep of the curtains in the
ak b ow. This was the khan-
I t gt the scarlet might be a
tel r sabjt, so I spoke of other
l It appeared that he was
interested in the mineral
WO ath o the valley.
Ths is gold in those hills," he
*iL. "There is gold at the sources
o this stream which flows beside
Ir Lt. But I have not the means
fit noh& its fastnesses nor the ma-
lmary to pluck it from the bowels
of the earth."M
As be talked I had leisure to ob-
rI him more closely. In a land
iwe the fierce heat of the sun
A- up the marrow of a man's vi-
iMty and shortens his life by a
Spn, where at sixty even a strong
O a is at the end of his life, he was
4elitly the age he claimed. His
P was already growing lusterless
S h *is se- losing the firm tread of
S alh. His hands were seamed
S Wth toil, but he had a fine head,
o arched brow and the inward
-ifi eyes of the dreamer, and he
Slike a man who, even in this
l-k water of life had been at pains
I q hb himself abreast of the
^ ll. How did such a man come
0 be stranded in this wilderness ?
Later I heard his story from
S S of the planters in the valley.
tuemty-sewen years before he had
hee my own predecessor as deputy
| ammiuaoner of the adjoining dis-
Striet in British India. Then, as
S eow, he had visions of the mineral
Wealth of the country. He went
hato partnership with a man who
e.ated him and sank all his mon-
t a mine that never existld.
lA ly the partner asked for a sum
r Fwd doeM't dlcst well?
;Sp. i plls
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wand ton. *
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P sllmaa Sepi Car Line Jcksmoville to Cincinnati, via
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Through trains via The Soutli Ralway are operated m
connection with the Plant System and Flerida Bat Coast Railwa
Pullsan Sleeping Cans and Hatel Dining Cars on all through
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CAPITAL CITY ROUTE
The shotwet Route.
The Best Line.
Double Daily Service, Including Sundays to
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For further information write to
A. 0. MACDONELL, Aset. Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville. Florida
R. E. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent, Portsmouth, Va.
J. M. BARR, First Vice-President and General .Manager, Portsmouth,
t of money to realize the ore. pen.e..n-
e borrowed 40,000 rupees from tli
a government treasury for the pur
e pose. The partner fled with tim
money and left him unable to pay
When the time came to account foi
the amount in the treasury, s
M friendly commissioner warned 'hin
of his impending arrest on a charge
e of felony, and he had just time tc
rise in the night with his wife and
flee across the border into this na-
tire state, where he had remained
On the night of their flight he
end his wife had turned the cattle
out of the first shed they had come
to in order to rest for the night,
and in that shed they had now lived
for twenty-seven years.
From year's end to year's end
they never saw a white face except
one of the few planters in the val-
ley, an official like myself, who
crossed the border for a holiday, or
a stray globe trotter. Here among
a people distinct in color and alien
in speech and thought the cultivat-
ed man and the delicately nurtured
woman had lived out their life
In this fertile valley the earth
produced all that was necessary to
sustain life. The natives gave them
of their kind, and, like the natives,
they lived mostly upon grain, rice
and other vegetable products. Oc-
casionally a planter would send
them a barrel of apples or a case of
whisky. Spencer would accept such
presents as lie might have received
under happier circumstances, but
he never took money. The pride of
a gentleman still burned in him..
though it had no respect for dak
Spencer had lined the mud walls:
of the cowshed with planks and
made a few rough tables and chairs.
Everything was scrupulously clean,.
but the hut was almost as bare and
comfortless as it had been in its.
original condition as a barn. He
kept a diary in which he would note
the date on which the cuckoo was
first heard in the valley, how one
season the pear trees all burst into
bloom for the second time, an un-
usual phenomenon, or how in un-
other year the water channels on
the hillsides all dried up because
there was so little sanew to melt, a
drought ensued and there was
scarcity in the land These were
now his life's interests.
Mrs. Spencer when I knew her
was a little fat woman with round
cheeks which were now getting
weather beaten, but she had brave
gray eyes. It was only necessary
to see the two together to know
that through all the years of trial
that had passed over them a perfect
comradeship remained between them.
After all Spencer had his compen-
sation. Whatever troubles he may
have endured, he had the one great
blessing which so many men lack-
his life had not been left incom-
plete or maimed by an unsympa-
Once I found myself looking at
my wife with alien eyes and won- '
during if I were thus outcast by so-
ciety, and I deserved it, whether
she would cleave to me through
good report and through evil re-
rt as this old woman stood by
My wife caught my eye and said:
"What is it, dear? What treason
are you thinking against me now ?"
I told her.
"Traitor!" she whispered as she
nestled her hand into mine, and
then she sighed: "Poor old things!
I wish we could do something to
brighten their lives for them. Next
Sunday is Michaelmas day. Let's
ask them both here to dinner. It's
not much, and even such as it is it
may only help to show them the
darkness of their ordinr.v liv.e...n
New Haven, Now Linhs, S im
ALL NORTHERN POINTS
at rates LOWER THAN VIA] ANY OTHER LNE. Th tbmm r
train@ every Thursday, leaving Jaekaonvile as olows:
Via the Sea Islands.....................10:10 a. m. (Metropoil" a Liaited.)
Via Plant System ..... 3:15'p. m.
Via Seaboard Air Line................... 7:40p.m. (Fast Mal.)
Passengers leave Daytora 5:29 ass sad
3:22 pm, making close cametio.n
For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservatioM, tiehlet, a-it.,
A WTT11t.2200 West Bay Swmet,
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NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry
Western & Atlantic Railroad.
DIXIEIE FLYER ROUTE"
DOUBLE DAILY CONNECTIONS, WITH THROUGH TRAINS TO
LOUISVIL CNLE NT
Carrying through, Plman Vestbued Buffet Sleepe Jaemwi 1
Louis without change. Choice of Roule.
For information relative to rates, schedule, etc., or for sleeper resrvata writo m
C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass Agent, TOM M. DOYLE, FL. Poss Ag
Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonvillt, M
H. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tem.
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE
r ame material. 'The exciitement and
the wine brought a flush to the old
woman's cheeks which showed in
their red lines beneath the skin
like racks in very old ehina.
The dinner was over, and the
pair insisted on giving us a song in
return for our hospitality. They
stood up hand in hand, and the
song that they sang was "Auld
I looked at my wife, and her eyes
were full of unshed tears.-Golden
seok to the Truth.
The following bit of rural philos-
ophy was overheard in a farmyard
in the east of England the other
"James, my son," said a man who
stood mixing the milk and water,
"you see what I'm a-doin' of?"
"Yes, father," replied James;
'you're a-pourin' water into the
"No, I'm not, James; I'm a-pour-
in' milk into the water. So if any-
body axes you if I put water into
the milk you tell 'em no. Allus
stick to the truth, James. Cheatin'
is bad enough, but lyin' is wuss."-
AIDING THE MEMORY.
r'he Old Lady's Method Was Compli-
cated, but Effective.
Grandma Hollis pushed her spec-
tacles far down on her nose and
looked over their tops with mild re-
"Now, Robert," she said convinc-
ingly to her grandson, "I don't like
to hear you say you can't remember
dates, because it's an easy thing to
do if only you set about it the right
way. Now, when anybody asks me
about the date of anything I just
use my simple method, and it never
fails, and I'm sure nobody could
have a worse memory than I have,
"What's your method, grandma ?"
asked the boy, ready for any sugges-
tion which might help him in his
"Why, it's like this," said Grand-
ma Hollis cheerfully: "There's the
Declaration of Independence. I
should never be sure of the year
that occurred if it weren't for my
method, but I think of your moth-
er's marriage. That was in 1889. I
remember that because the date is
on the little ring your father gave
me, and I look at it two or three
times a day.
"Then I know she was twenty-one
when she was married because it
was the same age that I was when I
was married, so that carries her
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The Five-Cent packet is enough for an ordin
The family bottle, 60 cents, contain
supply for a year.
Atlantic, Valdosta & W
DIXIEE FLYER ROUTE
No. 2 No). 4 Statiols
7:25 am ......... :00 p L .....Ji kson ill .......\r
10:55 InI ......... 11.15 lnm Ar. ......... Vuldosta ........ v
4:10 pn ....... :3:55' an i %r ....... .. Macon........ ....
7:45 min......... 7:25. am Ar.............. tlanta........ .. "
V. IL TAYLOS,
Ain't Goa'l .Pm&Ago*I
ar ocaion. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
as a Direct Service Between
JACKSONVILLE. TBOToN AND PAVOIDLSCK.
AND ALL, 1ASTKeRN pOINTS.
Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
western Ry. Seuthboua. ............................From Lewis'Wrr.ll, e
Northbeand......rom foot Catherine street, JaseaviMl
.- :. CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINK
N'. *No.p 1 (DeBary Line)
4: ........ :00 p, Between Jacksonville and Sanford
11, p.......11:25 am STOPPING AT PALATKA. ASTOR, ST. FRANCIS, BERESFORD, (DnLAB)
3) pill........ 7:50 am BLUE SPRINGS and Intermediate Landings on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
*.W F.... r ...... ..
ack to- twentv-on from eight 1: .. ....... .......... tt .........an......... m STEAMER
nine leaves sixty-eight. And she ......... ;: ,, m Ar .............Na rville ..... Iv :.:'t ai ..... 9:30 pm STEv
was eight years old at the time of p ... : m ........Sti..... v i1 pm......... : CAPT.W.A.SHAW
the Centennial in Philadelphia. I .. .... o:. ,a _,_"_Chiao I.v ;__ n, APPOINTE D TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS:
know that because I got her a twist- i20 m.. 2:30 am Ar .....Louivil ... Lv 3: 4ail .... 5 pim Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p i,.8adays, Tuesdays ad. Thbardas
ed wire figure eight pin at the expo- 4:15 pin" ......... 7:26 am Ar...........Cin.innati .... .......v 11:1.- in.........11:0o am Leaves Saford 9;30 a. leadays, WedaWeays asd Friday
sition-and she lost it ........... ..... .-am Ar.............hiago...........L..Iv 7.o pm .................... Southbound, SCHEDULE Northbound
"Then, you see, eight added to -- Read down Read
sixty-eight'makes seventy-six. That No. 4---Dixe Fyiver-Carries Pullman Dain lomn Biff.tt Shaeping Cari, ave 3:30 pm ............................. JACKSONVILLE........................... Arrive :00 a
is 1876. Of course centennial means Jacksonvilleto St. Louis and Jacksonville to Chia'., \. without hange, making 8:45 pin................................... PALATKA................................Ave 80
subtract a hundred, and the you dirt connection at Nashville with sleeping ear fr Luivlle and Cincinnati 43:300am...................................... ASTOR ............................ ........ :0P
Only stops at following A. V. & W. statiOntS: ra ford, Baxter and Fargo. 4:30am ................................
have 177, with no trouble at all, Through coaches btww Jwksonville and Macon. 6:00 am ..................BERESFORD (DILAND)..................... 12.00 a
Robert !" No. 2--Day Exp.res,-tops at all A. V. & W. local station.. Makes direct co 6:00 am ..............................BLE RIN .......................... 11.0 am
Grandma Hollis beamed with the section for all point West and Nrthwet. via both Cordele and Macon. Arrive8:30 am....................................SANFORD................................ 9:30 a
joy of one who imparts rare wisdom, 'Connections made at Jacksonville with all northbound trains of the Sea board
but Roberton w althoimartsrarewisdom,Air LineandFloridaEast Coast Rys. General Passenger an Tickt
seemed depressed. -a south's Corn H. BARNES, Gen. Sup't. S. DI. PICKETT, Gen, P'as. Agt.era
eemon depressed204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
First Come, First Served.
"Hold up a ring and let them
jamp for it." The cynical phrase
was tested by a popular American
preacher, as is stated in an Ameri-
can Methodist journal. The preach-
er had lost one wife arl wanted an-
other. None of the circumlocution-
ary cumbrous matrimonial adver-
tiement for him. He simply rose
ina the pulpit and said, "I am a can-
didate for matrimony, and if any
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Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to St. Louis and to Chbingo,
leaving Jacksonville daily at 8 p. in., via the famous
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A. C. HAGERTY, East'n Pass. Agent, F. M. IRONMONGER, Ja., F. P. A.,
19 State St., New York. 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fl.
THOS. D. HALEY, Local Frt. Agt. C. P. LOVELL. Asst. Fla. Supt.,
Foot Hogan St.. Jacksonville. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville.
JNO. L. HOWARD, Superintendent,
Fcot Hogan St., Jacksonville.
THEO. 0. EAGER, Wn. P. CLYDE & CO.,
General Manager General Agents,
Chesebrough Building, 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park, New York.
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Atlantic and Plant steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlottestown.
Winter Tourist Tickets
will be on sale throughout the Norther, Eastern, Western and Southern States to
all Florida resorts, via the Plant Systmi during the eason 1901, 1902, limited to
return until May 21st, with the liberal stop-over privileges in Florida.
Addresses of parties in the North snt to the undersigned will be liberally sup-
plied with al information and handsome advertising matter.
For nDrmatiob as to rates, sleeplag car reservations, etc.. call on, or write t
F. M. JOLLY, DIvWo Passenger Aget, 138 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida,
W. B. DEMHAM, Gsmnl Superintendet, B W. WRENN, PaM. Traffic Man.,
lavanBab, Ga. Savannah, Ga.
,: I had been troubled a'year, off and on, with constipation, bil-
iousnesm and sick headaches. Nothing seenaed to do ime any good.
Oue day a friend'asked me what the trouble was. When I told
him he recommended R IT'-AN-S Tabules. That eveningI'! got a
box, and after the second box I began to feel so much relief that I
kept on with them. I have Ripans T'abules always in the house
now and carry a package, of then in my oc.ketr
One gives rellel