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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: March 8, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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THE .DAYTONA


GAZ ETT. -NE WS.


Vol. 1. No. 89.


Datona. Floerida. March 8. 1902


at the NOVELTY STORE |
for anything in the following lines: viz


Ow~iory



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Newspapers
Musical Goods
Fruit
Cloeka
TOMAt Artiels
Sporting Goods
Bird Cages and
Supplies
Window hbades
Toys


Magazines
Artist's Supplies
Nutm
Watches
Pocket Knives
Games
Glass
School Supplies
Masks
Notions


Lwa's mad Wiley's Chocolates always fresh. Sewing machines for so,
ler Mt, and mrpaired. AD sortm of toolsand machinery repaired prompy.
......Picture Frames Made to Order......


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N I You Cawnst Flud IT. ~I AM
What Too Wamt,...-..WU7i on B iARNES~.


PITrS ATTEUTIOH.

We avea 'Favorite" pres, 11x15;
also a "Lsty" of the same sie for
sal. Both pness are in good condition
ad will do fnt elss work. They will
be eod very eammble.


Wgf you want your painting and
papsr bangig done in a workman-like
mamer consult Kost & Gwinner.

Poe Parkis acknowledged to be the
sest b g pametai this neighborhood.
The Peasl ae in also acknowledged
to be the best hoed at Poane Park. For
ienouadoemamd rae address OOMEZ
A. PACETTI, Pae Pmrk, Fla. 33


5,000lt of 1% inch pipe, and 1,500
St O f3-ch pipe. Will be sold at less
Shalf price. Apply to.
gJ4 J. C. Pa'rTP-as.


giMrs. J. A. Douglass' second spring
opeamg of millinery goods commenced
yestday asad will continue today. A
eC eesowdatteaded the opening yester-
day and te ladies were load in their
praises t the beautiful goods displayed.
o bas an exeeptionally rne line of hata,
trimmings ad ribbons.


Tweaty e eof land at Oak Hill one-
ha m*le to station, north; well
qadpse to ar aIg of early veetables; a
rt of saidlad is willow glades and
*I ibanustbe brtility; will be sold at.
*kqalL. Apply to, 3S.2
CAs. L. 1rr.

Sbmeeto Brown Bread and Baked
I at the Gr mHng Bakery to-day.


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OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL

'WPastry that is dainty, delicious and
nutritious at the Gramling Bakery.
A royal entertainment at Wilmans'
opera house, Seabreese, March 19th.
The Baptist Aid society meets next
Tuesday at the Spencer cottage on North
Beach street.
Mr. and Mrm, Hotchkis, of Connecticut,
are among the prominent arrival at
Schmidt's Villa.
I<he news stand at Geo. H. Clark's
is always supplied with the latest papers
and magazines.
Edwin G. Dreer, of Malvern, Pa., who
has been spending the winter here, left
Monday for his home.
Skilled work. This you can feel sure
of getting if you take your watches to
Wray's (jeweler) Music Store.


Miss Florence Smith, of Chicago, is the
guest of Dr. Portor R. Bennett of Ridge-
wood avenue. She will remain until
May 1st.
TheGAzTrrr-Nicws is on sale atClark's
and Barnms' news stand every week. It
is also on file in all the in all the leading hotels
throughout the state.


1r a Tlme at Last. S.,The River View is most delightfully
Judge Locke, at Jacksonville W'edt situated, facing the Halifax river on the
day afternoon, granted the motion, Seabreeze side between the two upper
the defense to quash the indictments bridge s; well conducted and a table
the case of the United States vs. He equal to higher priced houses. Call, see
Wilmans-Post, charged with fraudule place and get terms.
use of the mails. This is the Seabree Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Burgoyne returned
Mental Science case. In all, sixteen sunday with the yacht Sweetheart from
dictments were handed out, and trut trip down the river. They intended to
bill found against Helen Wilmann-Pot to the Bahamas but the water was
Col. C. C. Post, her husband' and Charle& low in the Indian river that they were
F. Burgman, her son-in-law. The effectmble to get through.
of the decision is to end all the cases.
Assistant District Attorney Zacharias,-New percales at Hill's.
for the prosecution, and Col. H. Bisbeeo large manatee, better known as a
for the defense, were present when the cow, was found floating in the Hali-
decision was announced. District At- Monday. It was pulled up on the
torney Stripling was out of the city, and th Bridge and was viewed by many
whether or not he will hand out new Wle during the few days it was on
indictments is not known., )ition. It is said to have weighed
The came was heard upon demurrers i6 neighborhood of 1,000 pounds.
and motion to quash the indictments. Don't forget the millinery opening
The indictments in substance charged a. lougrhs' this afternoon.
"that one Helen Wilmans Post had de-
vised a scheme to defraud." Halifax Journal came out this
The scheme, a" alleged, is this: She ""'ithl a new frock and is neatly
pretended she could cure all diseases and trqti with new display type in the
poverty by mental science and as a part adding columns. It als8o 1aW a new
of the scheme she advertised and repre- h'asonj wwhat different from the old
sented in certain pamphlets and circulars -it w theDlaytonallalifax Journal.
that she possessed the power by that -We ratulati' Editor Jolleyv ou the
method to effect cures of disease and itnl)l typographical jilpwearance.
weakness and poverty, and would treat --
persons in their absence, and in such
advertisements requested people to open.
correspondence with her for the purpo 1
of receiving treatment, intending to in-
duce 1prsons to send her nmon-y for
treatment, but fraudulently intending to
get possession of such money and fraud- i
ulently convert it to her own use, with-
out rendering to the person sending the
same any service or thing of value
thereof; which scheme was to be effected
by opening correspondence with divers
persons by means of the postkflice estab-
lishment of the United States. 4
In order to constitute a valid indict-
ment, the court held that it was net-cs-
a to allege that the defendant had NIN
devised a scheme to defraud, and had
intended to effect the saite by opening or about ourment as to qualities.
intending to open correspondence with
other persons through the postofilce LC IO Cy
establishment; and in carrying out such we offer I asm pure and delicious
saceme bad eposited or received a letter as t is. We carry
packet or writing through somei po2t. Huy Lown e a
officeof the United States. Although S
the allegations of the indictments were a S V andi
sufficient to show that thedefeudant had S ndie
received correspondence and letters in various DYnd always FRESH, '
through the mail, and that the scheme PURE and t S. We sell candies
devised was to be carried out through from 10 cent"ound to $1.00 per
the postoffice establishment of the pound and ntee their quality.
United States, the court held that the Ba es elty Stor.
indictment had not clearly, directly and V
positively alleged the fraudulent inten- D
tion of the defendant in devising such Wm. Wickicna visitor to New
scheme, or that she was not able to do Smyrna yester,
what she had promised to do, and that gr-Finest lin,,.le candies at
she herself did not believe she was able the Gramling B
to do. Gala night at
The demurrer was sustained and the Seabr ,t opera house,
indictments quashed. (


Major (. MI. iwas a visiror to
Tampa a few da:,,veek
orEasrtman'i oning solution
four or eight oz. I IT __. i ...


The regular weekly meeting of the studio. p .
Literary Department of the Epworth
League of the First M. E. Church was Frank Wilder, Valley, Minn..
held at the parsonage Monday evening, is at the Bennett Ile is a friend
About 35 persons were present and en- of the Sears famuilyo.
joyed the unusually good program. a'gThe jewelry a war at Go.
Miss Reynolds and Miss Flood each H. Clark's is fully t.l you risk
rendered beautiful selections on the nothing in purchamhiny r
piano. Miss Couden and Mr. Lyon each him.
sang several solos. Mr. Hutchinson and w hthre, p and John
Mrs.Wightmanreadhumorousselections Gnaus, three pro rmnan busi-
At the roll call those present responded nes men of Broklyi Schmidt's
with a favorite quotation. A few who Villa.
were not prepared were furnished with a .pKost & Gwi.nneInters and
verse front "The Cloud" by Shelley. paper hangers, are artheir line,
After the program dainty refn-sh- and you will make e in n-
ments, consisting of ice cream and cake, sutinmg them.
were served and the company indulged in Mr. and Mrs. P. C. 1'
a good social time, adjourning about 10 ford, Va., have returned ou
o'clock by singing "God be With You aodar, avearatne aeSouth
Till We Meet ain," by Mss Arderson and are again pleasant at the
Next meeting will be Monday evening Grand Atlantic.
March 10, at same place. Mr. and Mrs. W. f Mon-
treal. and Mr. and Mrs. r o
ire l tbe abuc am, o t' hic'ago, ar, auHnnn tSr.a ti;rr'
Bunnell's Saw and Planer Mill is now at the Bennett House. rrials
prepared to furnish rough and drwsed t the Bennett Hou
lumber at short notice; delivered either Mr. and Mrs. 1). .1 New 1


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S 'Winmter as geson. summer is here;
buy a summer hat at Moore's.
Spencer B. Green, the plumber, has a
new ad. this week's issue. Bead it.
We. Richardson, of Pittford, N. Y.,
it spending a week at tieBennett House.
Wateh for the big entertainment at
Wilmans' opera house, Seabrease,
March 19th.
i'Mrs. Douglass, the milliner, has the
prettiest and cheapest hate in town.
Call and see them.
The waiters of the Hotel Despland
gave a cake walk in the hotel dining
room last evening.


MPHrownie cameras number two
make fine pictures; try one. Harris*
studio, Peck block.
H. F. Cary, Florida passenger agent of
the o rn u ailway, was in Daytona
Tuesday In the interest of his line.


Capt. C. L. Smith and R. I. Wall will
leave Monday for Tampa to attend the
Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias.
Mrs. C. S. Faulkner and daughter,
Miss M. J. Faulkner, are at the Despland
for a few weeks. They are from Keene,
N.H.
The sun parlors at Pchantx' Lilly Water
plant is daily crowded with visitors who
sit and chat and drink the sparkling
liquid.


I'New Oxford ties for ladies at Moore
Bros.
Judge Stewart was over from DeLand
last Saturday.
Charles F. Burgman was a visitor to
Miami this week.
o lGraham and rye bread at the
Gramling Bakery.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Gittens a week ago last Hunday.
I&A new stock of embroideries in
cambrics' naineook and swiases at
Hill's.
L. B. Knox, one of our valued sub-
scribers, was down from Moundgrove
Monday.
Mrs. J. R. Cole, wife of the Kingston
grocer, visited with friends at Barber.
vilie last week.


The citizens of Kingston are marling
Main street from Ridgewood avenue to
the Ormond road.
Geo. W. Tebo and J. E. Kirk, of Dover,
Deleware. are among some of the more
prominent guests of Schmidt's Villa.
The beauties of the Halifax country
and the East Coast of Florida at Wil-
mans' opera house, Seabreese, March 19.
Prof. Miller, the famous prestidigiture
and slight of hand artist will be at the
opera house Friday evening March 14th.


Mrs. George H. Ludwig, who was in- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Pearsall, of
jured a few weeks ago by falling from Brooklyn, are at the Grand Atlantic.
her bicycle, is able to he around by the Mr. Puarsall is a very prominent attor-
aid of crutclhe. ney.
Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Romenthale and Iron ameount of selling out so close
baby, of Milwaukee, and Miss Lydia 'at the openirg Mrs. E. B. Moore has re-
Hartig, of Milwaukee, Win., are at ordered and will have more new millin-
Sehmidt's Villa. ery goods next week.


Mr. and Mrs. William Long, of New
York, are at Schmidt's Villa. Mr. Long
is a park commissioner and prominent
politician of New York.
Mrs. W. H. Cockran, wife of one of the
largest coke manufacturers of Pennsyl-
vania, is at the Grand Atlantic. She is
accompanied by Mrs. A. M. Reed.
The Bennett House is full to overflow-
ing and guests are sleeping in the halls
and hanging around most anywhere.
They know a good thing when they
find it.
William Wicking, the ice man, has a
chilly look on his face these days. He is
very busy getting things in shape at his
new quarters and looking after the
wants of his patrons.
Judge McCrory was over from DeLand
Tuesday and Wednesday. The Judge
says that DeLand is "jam full" of peo-
ple, and that the town is enjoying its
share of the winter prosperity.
Miss Mary E. Roberts is again singing
in the choir at the First M. E. Church,
after an absence of several weeks on ac-
count of the serious illness of her friend,
Miss Metcalf, who is much improved now.


Capt. J. D. Parker. Mrs. S. V. Foster
and her twochildren came up from Ponce
Park Monday and are at the Bennett
House. Their home is at Cincinnati. *
W.-Mrs. Spangler will take pupils in
dancing, society or fancy steps, at reas-
onable rates. Children' class meets
Saturday at Keating's Casino at 2 p. m.
Lieutenant-Colonel John W. Sackett
and Dr. Worley, of St. Augustine, were
in Daytona Thursday and were enter-
tained and shown the city by Major C.
M. Bingham.
The Ocean House, at New Smyrna, is
strictly "in the swim" this season. The
proprietor. Senator Frank W. Same, is
one of the most jovial fellows you will
find and he cannot fail to please and en-
tertain his guests.
(yCuban Splits make a fine smoke-at
Pool Room.
Mr. and Mrn. S. S. Granger and
daughter, Miss Bewie Granger, and Miss
Florenee E. Wride and Harry H. Wil-
liams, of Sodus, N. Y.. have returned
from their trip south and are again at
the Grand Atlantic.


Souenir night at opera Thirty minutes in.fairyland, at Wil-
house, Seabreese, March 19th. mann' opera hone, Seabreeze, March 19.


Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Branan, of Car-
th ge, N. Y., are at Schmidt's Villa.
They are accompanied by Miss Corcoran,
a sister to Mr. Branan. They at one
time owned a large orange grove out
near Mount Arratt.


IWThe city marshal has in his poses-
ion a lady's Crescent bicycle, which was
left by a col )red man on Ridgewood.
The man was riding without a light
when lie was ordered by the marshal to
halt. He left the wheel and took to the
bushes. The owner may have the bi-


fi.New summer dress goods at Moore cycle by proving property and paying
Bros. charges. Apply to the City Marshal.


The ladies of the First Baptist church
and Aid Society will hold a missionary
meeting in their church on Palmetto
avenue March 17th at 4 p. m.. and
several ladies from abroad are expected
to be there. A large attendance isn e-
quested.
Adam Schantz. Jr.. business manager
of the immense Schantz' plant at Dayton,
Ohio, arrived Wednesday evening and is
the guest of his father. He is accompa-
nied by his wife and Mrs. J. Edward
Saur and her son. Mr. Schantz is very
much pleased with Daytona.
IWiTry a package of Cuban Splits-at
Pool Room.
The DeLand Dramatic Club, composed
of the best society of the capital of the
county, will produce 'The Private Sec-
retary" at Daytona opera house on Fri-
lay evening, April 4th. This play in
DeLand drew one of its largest houses
and the Club gave a smooth and finished
play. Seats will be on sale in a short
time. and we bespeak for them a favor-
iile reception and a good house.


FOR SALE.


Two lots on Ridgewood avenue, be-
tween let and 2nd avenues, each
85 x 300.
IAit on 2nd avenue near Ilidp-wood.
7.3 x 300.
Residence on 2nd avenue, near Ridge-
wood, lot 90 x 300; ten large rooms,
including six bedroom.
Four lots on 2nd avenue, near river,
each 75 x 300.
Horse, trap-carriaig- and harness..
Two spring delivery wagons.
One light wagon and harness.
One show case.
One platform scales.


Rev. Samuel M. Studdiford and
daughter, who are stopping at the Ben-
nett House, left on the 10:50 a. m. train
yesterday for Palm Beach by invitation
from Henry M. Flagler and will preach
for the guests of the Royal Ponciana.
After being entertained a few days at the
prince of hotels he will return and stop
for a week or two more with Landlord
ampett.
At the meeting of the stockholders of
the Daytona Telephone Company, held
at the City Hall Monday evening, the
following officers were elected for the
ensuing year: President, W. M. Moore;
vice-president, J. M. Garland; secretary
and treasurer, F.J. Niver. Thefollowing
compose the board of directors: W. M.
Moore. J. M. Garland. F. J. Fiver, W. H.
Peck. W II. Edmondpon, C. C. Barnes
and Geo. IH. Clark.
IM.Harris, the photographer, wants
a boy to a&.ist in the studio.
C. C. Collins, of Atlanta, representing
the S. S. White Dental Suppy company,
wa%; in the city Friday of last week, con-
ferring with the local dentists in reference
to the coming convention of the State
mentall assoc ation. The convention will
Ile held at the('larendon Inn commencing
the 2Mth of May and lasting a week or
more. IInonstrators from the Alaba-
ma Dental College, Atlanta Dental Col-
legP, and the Southern College of Physi-
cians and Surgeons will be present.
Bakery.
Maud Madison. the New York dancer.
who so favorably closed the Chinee
drama for the PalmettoClub a few weeks
ago. will appear at the opera house on
Thursday evening, March 13th, in her
famous dances with full electrical effects.
She will be assisted by Miss Myrtle Ar-
lington. one of the best of entertainers,
and "Bonnie Maud" the baby violinist.
who is only nine years old but plays
with more than ordinary ahilitv Sats


WiSliced 'ham always fresh at the
Gramling Bakery.
Mrs. M. F. Dawmon. son and daughter,
S. E. Dawson and Miss A. Dawson. of
St. Paul. Minn.. are at the Grand At-
lantic.
J. II. Rafftery, representing the A. V.
& W. Ry.. and Harry Burns, Florida
passenger agent of the G. S. & F. Ry.,
were in town Wednesday.
Ward Chittenden, Jr., of Chicago, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Chittenden, regular win-
ter visitors, with his charming wife are
in the city stopping at the Parkinson
House.
James M. Marlett, of Milwaukee, Wis.,
who has been spending a few days with
the editor and family, left Wednesdaj
for Lake Helen, where he will spend a
few weeks bam fishing in the many fresh
water lakes around there.
IWYou can get what you want in
ladies' shirt waists at Hill's.
The Hawaiian Concert Company gave
two very fine musical entertainments at
the opera house this week. Monday
evening the hall was packed, and they
were so loudly applauded that they de-
,-idedt to appear the following night.
Thlir entertainments are excellent.
The German given under the auspices
of the Big 4 Club at the opera house
Wednesday evening was a pronounced
success. About twenty-five couples
werer nrwnt ant a h fisftan eft ...-


Carl Wehner and son, Otto, west up to
Moundgrove on their wheels last Sun-
day.
Mrs. Washburn, who has been very ill
at the White Honwe, Seabreese, is now
much improved.
WN'Brain bread, the great brain devel.
operand nerve builder, fresh eiery day
at the Gramling Bakery.




Asthma

"One of my daughters bad a
terrible case asthma. We tried
a&lmt everything, but without re-
Wef. We then tried Ayer's C e"-
Poemral, and three and ome-I0 "
eales cared ber."--Eonam JaN
aamninger, Laagrille. O.

Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
icertainlycuresmanycases
of asthma.
And It cures bronchitis,
hoarseness, weak lungs,
whooping-cough, cr
winter coughs, nigt
coughs, and hard colds.
mbdM: m:f.,Mi.IL luM
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POST INDICTMENTS UPSET


C* Lack@ Puts A AmBd tetohe Fai
5se~mb fl eotd sdm cam


The Second Shipment of our


Summer


Dress


...Goods...


JUST RECEIVED.


The Line Consists in Part of
Plumatis Cords 4

Woven Madras

Beverly Dimity
Satin Stripe Dimity

Organdies

Japonleas
Linon Madras

Gelatea Cloth


Also a full line of.


LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS AND SKIRTS.


Winter is going, summer is coming. Our new line of
Gent's Summer Hats and Clothing is now on the way.


tloore Bros.


WALLACE'S CURIO and

NOVELTY STORE as oppouw shellnoa

The Only Guine Curio

Store in Daytona. a
Our orange wood souvenirs are striking. Souvenir spoons a speeiaity.
Name or initials burned free on anything you purchase.
We manufacture our own goods.


Bingham Maley


......Have just received a fine line of.


Rockers and Chairs, Baby Carriages,


Go Carts, Refrigerators and Rugs.


They sell Sherwin-Williams Paints.


DAINTIES. .
Wehav jst received a large
stock of goods manufactured
by the Natuomal Biscit Co.
They ae strictly high grde
mad motbi t am be fomad to
-w t m r gmton se


Graham Wales
Browae Waers


Anmoad Bo Bo-ns
Butter Gem
Five O'clock Tess
Oswega Cracemrs
Mineew Waler
Water Biscuit

Mow4's Brmakfact Bacon, the
Ifiat that momey can buy.

We have the largest and finest


Ime of cereal foods in the city.

We have the largest assortment
hiosh rade canned goods in the
eomty. The prices, of course
am right.


E T, COIRAD & CO.,


'Pho 61.


Ml WTT. mwar ORANGE


LITERARY SOCIETY MEETING.


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r" t aIt is a Fact

MDW. TrFATWnii, Pomz rn

gIaIM OPTION ATS:
g- Mr.M3 tIo. a iAdate have the finest asortment of
obobpyFets nThat we have
AD1MiiG RATKI: groceries in the city. Prices are right.
- J lie per InA _
l-iMbM Pw ^^B mb" i-ursk


WaMo-UU3ktiom on live topics of
b otiust soHcited. Anything per-
Spswgpo grie oi w or qure
te pbised except over the
*g w atem, and at our regular
dwr. ing rates.

Imeud at the Postoffce at Daytona,
SFlorida, a Second Class Matter.

s aSrday, March 8 2.

LOUL OVERFLOW.

Behlidt's Villa has over fifty guests.
SThe Palmetto gave the usual weekly
n ar party Thursday evening.
STe launch Columbia is loaded on
*very trip up and down the river.
Mrs. Mor, of Orange City, attended
the Foye-Gille wedding Tuesday.
Dr. VanValzah was over to Lake Helen
oe proeikmnal business last Sunday.
Florida to enjoying balmy weather,
while the North is shrouded in snow and

iMrs. C. H. Spencer has been confined to
ber room the past couple of weeks, suf-
Sering with throat trouble.
Some of our professed Christians try
tO cheat the devil out of his dues by lay-
nag everything on the Lord.
The DeLand Amateur Dramatic Co.
will produce "The Private Secretary" at
She Daytona opera house, April 4th.
Two Midway darkies got into a difli-
ulty Thursday and had each other ar.
mgsed. Mayor Parkinson fined both.
The store of J. E. Francis,. at Ormond.
was entered by thieves one night re-
Sasetly. A lot of jewelry and clothing
was stolen.
Mi s Mickel, of Rutherfordton. N. C..
who is a guest of Schmidt's Villa, will
aag at the Congregational Church
tomorrow.
A large number of visitors attended
the debate given by the pupils of the
public schools Friday evening of last
week. The exercises were excellent.
Foueman Harding of the Journal is
mi-um ill, aid that paper is short of
help. If the optics of any printer fall
up this item he may obtain a month's
work by wiring J. M. Jolley.
Ciarlee 8. Foote celebrated his 86th
rthbayv yesterday. Mr. Foote has
he a visitorto Daytona for the past
divm years, and his many friends hope
thathis visits will continue for many
ea to come.
Min Mary Eleanor Jones, of New
Tork, i one of the charming young
adies spending the winter at the Park-
boom Hose. Miss Jones is a niece of
Dr. J. M. Jones and a cousin to Mrs.
Jerome D. Maley.
Tuesday night some one entered the
i*m e m ceofSpencer B. Green and now
'tr. Geen is minus hirty dollars, which
S wasin the pocket of his trousers. The
'aIme evening Mr. Posten, of Kingston,
tlMt $4.65 in the same manner.

COUMTT SCHOOL BOARD.

The COunty School Board held its regu-
lar meeting Monday and Tuetday. All
the members wre present.
The superintendent reported the ap-
poitament of the following teachers:
L. 5. Haakimas. Port Orange, colored.
Alpboneo Jones. Rose Bay, colored.
J. L Wiggins, New Smyrna, colored.
Texas Adams, Oak Hill. colored.
Change of location of the Beresford
colored school referred to Commissioner
Chandler and Superintendent Fish with
power to act.
A delegation from Glencoe appeared
hilore the board and requested the
chaage of their school to another lo-
cality. Referred to Commissioner Knapp
to investigate and report at next meet-
ig.
Fifteen dollars was appropriated to-
wards supplementing Gklncoe 'sub-dis-
trie fund.
Superintendent Fish made verbal re-
port of the Teachers' Assocwiation meet-
ing held io DeLand.and the Superintend-


eat's Convention at Green Cove Springs.
The sale of the Highland Park school
Building reerred to Commissioner Chan-
dier with power to act.


10TICE.

We, the ministers of Daytona. do re-
qest tih citizens of said town to meet
ia mass at the Armory Friday night.
March 14, at 7:30 p. m.. to discus the
"Dispesary" as proposed by Florida
legWMatre. Let every one come and
we shll hear pro and con of this mat-
ter. Very truly C. M. BINGRAM.
W. A. MYERS.
Committee.

r meows 0Pby S x.
Oioeo fMedical Examiners, }
eSeisth Judicial District, '
Oriado, Fla., November 4, 1901 J
In awfaw es with an actentitled, "An
AJeft 4t M mlat the Practice of Medi-


D. F. MORRISON


Lone's -Old.Stand.


'Phone 19.


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Cosaew 3Alhmehseve"a&"Igoe*" Awomo..


COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

The County Commissioners met in
regular session at DeLand Monday night
and finished their business Tuesday
afternoon. All members were present,
Commissioner Rodgers of Daytona chair-
man and 8. D. Jordan clerk. The roll
call for road reports being had, the fol-
lowing work done during February was
reported: One mile of clay on the Osteen
end of the Osteen and Enterprise road
has been laid. and one-half mile of shell
has been put on the enterprise end of the
same road. Pinestraw has been laid on
the DeLand and Bereeford and DeLand
and DeLeon Springs roads. Consider-
able progress has been made on the re-
pairs of the Seville road. and repairs
made on the bridges on the roads from
Deland to Daytona,. Ormond to Day-
tona. Port Orange to Daytona, Oak Hill
to New Smyrna, and Port Orange and
Deland roads. This is the largest
amount of woik on the roads during
any one month for some time, and is
very much appreciatedl by their people.
In the matter of the rates of tolls over
the bridges across the Halifax River
north and south, the special committees
appointed to investigate the matter re-
ported, and recommended that the rates,
as now charged, he approved, and that
license be issued the companies, as per
their requests on tile. The retcommenda.
tion of the committee was adopted and
licenses ordered issued,
On motion, Scott Hodkins was given
the contract to set up and mount the
road jail, recently purchased for the
county. E. E. Ropes filed an objection
to the opening of the road advertised
from Emporia to Volusia bar, and the
objection, after being read. was ordered
filed. Mrs. Sarah S. Johnson was


allowed a rebate of $200 on the assess-
nent of her property for taxes of 1901.-
A petition from the citizens of Orange
City, protesting against the closing of
the county road from the Jacksonville,
Tampa & Key West Railway to the St.
Johns river at Blue Spring. which was
ordered at the last meeting of the board,
was presented and read. and on motion
was referred to Commissioner Brooke for
investigation and report at next meet-
ing. A petition from the citizens at the
Cassadaga spiritualist camp was re-
ceived and read, asking for the extension
of the regular DeLand and Lake Helen
road, on the old railroad grade from
Lake Helen to the camp, and asking
that the road now open from the corner
of block 140, Lake Helen. to the north
line of section 5 be vacated. On motion
the old road was declared vacated and
a special committee, consisting of Scott
Hodgkins, Dr. O. B. Webster and H. S.
Twinie, were appointed to mark and
view the road and report at the next
regular meeting.
Rifle and revolver bonds of Erastus
Hopkins, John Hinson and E. F. Oat.s
were approved, and the licenses ordered
issued. The clerk was ordered to notify
A. A. Bunnell to repair and put in good
condition the road front Spruce C reek to
Savage. which has been cut ip by the
log carts hauling for hini. Th li< 'rk was
also ordered to notify the owners of the
mill on the river road from l); tonia to
Ormond to kee-p full thirty feet of the
right of way open and clear at lil times
for the use of tlwf pulilic. After the pay-


ment of the current bills, the approval of
the treasurer's report for February, the
approval of the criminal l I'ourt bills, thwI
board adjourned.


R. D. VENNING,
Attorney-at-Law,
DeLand, Florida.
Will practice in State and Federal Courts

60o VAmR"


AslU 4 2 ca r
paten ss*an otur optetoa .l A

vm wibout W4l sa. ,ms t-

culaton of any wenttSjm l ra. lTem. $ a
*-"- "- ^B f j- f -^f- -I BA




NEW BAKERY ^
Having Ipurhans-l Mr. Lindherge's in-
tenret ini tih bakery business, I have
removed to tlie.,.
Harroun Building
in the rear of the Opera House, wlhew I
will continue the nimanufactiUm of Bread,
Pies. Cake n aid all kinds of Baker's
goods, and will furnish Fancy Cakes,
Macaroons, Kisses, etc. to order. Orders
alsoim) taken for plain and fancy li'-Cretuim
and Ices, put up in brick form if desirdl.
Tlhanking all may former' pattrons for
their trade in t he past I hope to merit a
colitiinutane of tlhei sane. C('all and se. me.
Win. Stng.


5he OAKS
Beautifully IAwated on Ridgewood Ave.,
Daytona, Florida.
NOW OPEN TO GUESTS.

A. new hour, heated throughout by hot
air, new furnishings, everything
to make guestscomifartable.
Rates Re.asonable.

Mrs. Gorge silvermil. Prove.


U5he Palms
This popular home-like boarding
house is beautifully situated on
Beach Stevet facing the Halifax
River. The rooms are large and
the table Ioard extillent. The
lihouse is but thire blocks from the
i)OstI)flfie anld convenient ti all
the chiiitulies and bunt one mile
frominI the Inli. Rliates renisoninlle.


- ---- .J. M.hCOLLI1M, Plroprietor.
SNODCPNONT

GRANITE WARE
SYr TE. A large line of granite witre just nre(.ived.

veTrMl 1 ,S w the telinrgaiil n our .r and
10 enlt counted Don't niims it.

Telephone connections
have been established between

Daytona and DeTlnd

by the Daytona Telephone Company.


Toll: 30 cents.
SsMoore PAINTS.
Losley Can&
Titus 4 AV

POOL. *
andIRTJ.TARD J. H Niver & Son,

ROOMS. FURNITURE. HARDWARE a1
UNDERTAKING,


Hot Luni-heis sPrved at all hour.
Oyster stews a specialty.


FOR
First Class WorK
('A.1L ON THE

Daytona Steam

s LAUNDRY *


I I Phooas I


To Edwin Grebel Dreer


Evrlo',.rv,ftl
rie [it I l


The sunbeams glow more ardent than ls-fore
And yet, a sudden dimness comes i or nit
For one who goes to face life's destiny.
The day is perfect. Yet we mnies hint sore:;
For hiini the swift wvingd days went gladly bIy.
Crowned with applause from hearts of zealous friends
'Til he was glorified with honors high:
While beauty's pageant to his smile u iieilns.
Since lie is one among the few % hlio prize
The holiest thought set in the' purest iiindil;
That in the soul that loves is fast enslirined.
And for lo e's sake makes greatest sacritlie.
His earnest voice attunel to as iarge wo'oe
With that pure love that only saint.s niay know
Yet he has gone-flown to thel iotlher nest
Where loved ones greet himn and abot liiin thlirolng.
He left an aching note in every sonu
God's endless love had quickened in his bre-ast.
The envied sanctuaries he loved so well,
Bewail his lose, that every niche now feels.
Each empty space to many make appeals,
Whose kindred hearts join in a fond farewell.
Our reverent souls may feel his kindred thought
&a __ .r_ .....tti... .a l- ...h 1


Same Old Stand.


C. A, BIRCHWOOD.

ltWt I.tlt IN


Northern an4 Westernt


Pal


Daw'tons.




!sanitary


eie'Igv(LT. Jacksonville ........ IT1 9ca 4011Sp p 0-0p~I j5p
A r- 8t. A ugu stine ....... .. 9srj:a fW & 6 0 21 51 3 30as Pi 4 00 p 5 10 9 I m ii o n
~ lt.~...ST. AUGUSTINE TO JAOKSON'Y7LLU.

t I'!l r %A u0 -atin 8 ,Q. a 8 (Ao o ij 15 jt 8 ',-, ft I 10 &!', 1) a a -. ft2n* a ~- 73


[jEAS E.G. ~ & ~SCHEDULES OF
PultT. oc. *ACKSONVILLE TO MAYPORT.
.u 'CwH' o '.r- STATIONSf. 111-6-10-1 7,me-i7No19 No.21
(IIt44l Il lteauh Wtre'.A NTEDi.-j11, 8 8'el tt L.a'-o~is )S 8a 0I15 P, 10 IA' 2 00 p
act~r ane ,.,.4, 8 8 ,8:J1snii. IS~ 6 231)14)18:1 203p
I gran 9V 1,. 4 el'-1) t ui'jl'1 ad, ee, 9 11a!6 C551.1 r a1 I2 to01)

%V4rda it l"''Iiwes-kl13 with i NAYPORT TO JACKSONVILLE.
'' '''2' liu.. ri in ic~el ~tf,.~ STATION4 M. M.1.N.o
cii i 'i~ fiii ''ji il hI4~ Lv. .Niyprt ....... 3,41 'a 445 pil1 ,p):
OSBORN E l.a'* Vi ,~ 11- Ala i. lt.4 4460a 5001,111 46a
..i.. .iaiago*r, Pablo Ilene C-7. 6 1- 031 in a
S.Jaesoni-j e 27 ~5 37 i l,, 2
Ii, ~ 'lii.'- ~ ~.Ar. Jarkjonville..I7 M 4 pl
Phmbng&"- ~-SANFORD 3RANCNE.


Gasfitting.

Sto-t i t im at, I Hot Witter I lea tthug. I

P. 0. Box 28~.-.
f Mihe' at Eunilwan lo'toill~. Shohi renriItll.
Dawtenaa l


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TO SAY


PLUMBING, GAS FITTING,
TBAM ma" HOT WATER

Phb S i

OCEAN MOUSE,
F. W..5AiS, a glteer
atM: $2 ad Upward; ptelal to
beplar Boarder.
rNW sMUYNA, rLOoIDA.

Thompson, m. Tan..

High Grade Tailoring a Specialty.
Suits made to order for $18 and
up; Pants for $4 and upwards.
kamaiMda s 1l 1 sr a Rt s55-- RMs
Cottage Ave., rear of City Hotel.
DATTOxA, FILODA.

WANrrT -SVRAL PBmons or Cmal-R
acter and good reputation in each state
(one in this county required) to repre-
sent and advertise old established
wealthy business house of solid financial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expenses additional, all payable in cash
each Wednesday direct from bead office..
Horse and carriage furnished when nec-
cessary. References. Enclose self-ad-
dresed-stamped envelope. Manager,
316 Caxton Building, Chicago.


Ssem~bskassigbC -yt, Fb.


Daytona Ice Co.
WM. Wicivlo, Manager.



PURE ICE

Made from Distilled Water.

Factory open from 7 to 12 Sundays.


Volueis Avenue and Rail*Sd-*

N. ERICKSON,


Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

Doors and Window Screens, Picture
Mouldings made to order. All kinds of
Furniture Repairing done on short notice
at reasonable prices.


i V. BRACEY UPHOLSTERERB mR
frt Ve M MANUFACTURBRovhBB
Moss and Fiber Mattro
bler in Second Hand Furniture and Stoves.
Your Old Furniture Made as Good m
fond Avenne, opposite Schmidt's Villa, Phone 9 DArTONA, I


Cottage Avenue, D)AYTONA. FLA.
h


she Norther

MEAT MARKET


RACKET STORE


, Ladies' shoes, sizes 3 to 4, regular price $2.50, ow oaW..........
isses' shoes. sizes 13 to 2, regular price 1.20, now ,,
children's Oxfords, 5 to 8, regular price 50 cents, now
y', 3 to 4, regular price. $1.00. now
n's Patent Leathqr, satin calf, regular $8.50 daeek, ow ....... y

See our line of Enamel Ware, Stationery, etc. Pianos and Org.a
Orders left for piano tuning will receive prompt attention.


G EORGE M RAY.


HALIFAX WAGON WORKS


.11. (godwin, Proprietor.


MNA,'vAcrURa3 or...
Fine Wagons
al ndCarrlages


General Rlackm mldng and Repairing.


SCIhNTIFIC HORSKLibrOEINC


IT DAYTONA, FLA.


Shop near Bond & Bond Lumber Yard,


*THE EAST COAST OFPtOttiIDA
IS PARADISE REGAINED."


FLOMRA IAT COAST RAILWAY.


J. L. Odum, Prop"'"
I'lin tiiest Market South of "1nvil'.
. full stock of jill kinds of l'' 'ri'la
nlid We'stcrn Me.


Ilouult rY a shi~-viii1


iIDA..


S. H. GOVE,
Architect, oilder
and Cont1or"
Residence and office. iioi.t rner ,
Ridgewood and Vol.e, L's.-
*Phone 59. DA A, FLA

EUpROPEAOMUSE.
NollW (
C.entrallY 1. 4 14 es Moderate
A. OSLBORNErietior,
Itn tOl Inlo irida


OYS4Ei
FISH an?
'CLAMS


.114(1


andy


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect January 15, W
SOUTNbOUN-REAS DOWN. ; UW


Isupt2sp 75a 9 40a Lv....Jekeonville ...Arr 7 p TlpiS71 P Tp N
94 ...8o.Jackuonvlle..LV I 1p ..
o 1ap t 0s 5 .a.....St. e Augustine.... 5 0p 0. p i
.. ...... I 27a .."6.0.... H a tings ... ... : p .........
1op a 1142a ....... EatPalatka ... d. 4 p 5 5p'Is
3).. .p.. 1 6 p ... oo g a a .
Sp .........Bunnell......... ........ ......
S...... ... ..... U p ........ Dupont ........ ""
.... p 47......... p ......... Ormontd......... 1 ? O' 4p s* ..
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..... ... Ap........SLLce....... 10.47.a
1 ...... ....... p ....... White Cityu........ 1 .1.26& .

Condensed Schedu.. ........l e Between Jakenville and St
AC LLp TO .......Jensen....... ........
...... 4,pv..........S art.......... ..............
.:7p.....HopesBund........... ...
?"2S i.......I. i 7> p .......We Jpite..... ilal '


1_07 1. 0091) ..........Bonty........ .... '....l

Condensed Schedule Beteen Jacks ville and SL
JAOSONV'LZ TO ST. AUGUST=NE.


B ANC i IE i' i l su, l onlw
BRANCH LIN2S.


r


STATION.4. IeA 7 jsAS-ft A~j- SIeus tAIu.
Lv. Palatk. aj1a lp4p*
Ar.E. P'I't~i 90as111SlUSIPY
31AMT WAIAT" TO PA?.-Ayu4k
STATION& 54,Us~m.esu~a~u.
Lv. E.P'i'k5) 4, &19 46aj~e ~~
A r. Palatka. 19 (*&110Ogha 8 47 rP.ip
BAN 3MTRgO UNAN"x
.Me. 57i0M*..4sJ STATION'.IesL w~es
ORANGE4-):,lv. fltk.


l*.*.I1 STATION.. j.Nh12 ORANGE CXIT B l
7 1e5a Lv..........Titusville..........Ar 120 p i.3 0-1 S
11. ,. .
a .............. O'sten 7 ........... 7 3 53 P 1 o Lv .
aEnterprise ............ 11 4p) 4 & if ,n ..,a)rpngeie,.-- j' hi5

*Daily. TDal except Sundayt. ef -ept Monday. 08unday olay.
The n Time Tal*s Phow the times nt which train n. t mbe oexptewS.orrvad4
frmdt h seervr l'ations, but th#'i r alrri a! Itr departurro t the time*tstatdtonot Xangsd
notherefrom dpany hold Itself responsible for any delay or any consequent als

Peninsular and Occidentai faimokmehin <... .. .


..... .. ........--w i.ap unnections at MniaLi
;,dw'-'i:MiMW 5i" C ..:. .. A t:s'A'w N MkIAMI, KEY W EST AND 3HVA.
'".: *R:,VANA.
Do You SmoRe? 7h.h. Tm-,.sv p is.
2- m, .Commencing January 6, 190.
Lv. iamisa, .:Monq.. Thur s.............. 11 30p I Lv. Nassau, weds.. B ts..... ....30*

W 4e1. then you like fine Ar. Tue., Frid ................ 0i p Lv.M am.?u, Wd ., 8 tS................... g
Cigars. You will filled th TU amLv. M i ns.,WedM, rion. Comeneing February 1 ........
finest qualities, and thiel UP TO TTHE HANDLE. Ar N w-u.Tues.,Thurs.,t........ 2ILT- NuTeThum. ats........ ,
Ar.Miami,,Wed., fri. SnaiL.......

iar-st assortnlent nt the % Iln -.iy you'll ind our ml-i,, 1 l. MIAMI-RAVAA DN a m PTT..............
l r1s stsionrillynathe, ool all tI Mtil t Commencing January 1 ,1. 0
City HOtel. Mm(iis.llt.s. n lI,t. .vspt arm.in.a..TWd................ 5 v n .*..........
C ity H o l r lit v t ,1 i:t .i .- ... ..-..... .. HavanaMw ls, Thu .. .... ._ 1pAr.Miami, *eds..at 2m


J. IL


WmSe voE .LTMLirm AlllWiAMi


Fllun supply of al kinds of *etrieal
appUmas and supplies always on head.

3...l A- l.tto. to Marhe Wer.


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SMITH & MON dl' nd oet"
** *"** ** 'M a ^ A i^ V l~l urnJhipngs, N otto Ma *e


We have just received an ega ine of Burnt Leather Goods,


of purses, crdcaaes, toAccopouches, match scratches,


tc. These ave 'yta" burned o the reverse side. a s

IOUR NEW LINE OF JEWELRY IS SOMETHING

yw should seeto appreciate. a 4 a t a


We are still closing out our MENS' SUITS.



NORTH BEACH ST.
mith & Son DAYTONA.


AT TIE ALTR OF HYEN.

ms riobd Pa=e ias w mF P. QMh. Jr.,
Wem oump TUnde. d
N"u,.- y T-ueay.


PORT ORANGE NEWS.
PoRT ORA Non, March 7.-Capt. Minot,
of Asbury Park, N. J., rode down from
Seabreeze Friday returning Saturday.
The Captain is a frequent and welcome


LITHIA WATER AT LAKE HELEN.

A Wel Just Bero That FPws SpmtaiMg
Water Ctaeta Tea Per Cet
f Oxide we Ulbtium.


At high noon Tueday at the home of visitor. A few weeks ago Harry A. DeForest,
Mr. and hi. G. A. For e occurred the The Mimes (;uildi and Jenny MIfrry, proprietor of the Harlan Hotel at Lake
marriage of their daughter, Mabel. to the charming daughters of our County Helen. bored a well 175 feet de..p, 100
William F. iille. Jr., the ceremony being Cm i8so er, Tom Murray, of New f et of it being through solid rock. A
performed by Rev. .L E. Clewell, of New- Smyvn, cam ilup Friday to pay their gush of sparkling water came to the
foundlqpd, Pennsylvania. au it. Miss Caroline Mcdainel, a visit of a surface. The water had not a taint of
The parlor was beautifully decorated, few days. the sulphur gases which is so common
and the bride's sister, Mrs. trenshaw,. to all the wells in this community. Mr.
played Mendelsohn's wedding march a U. 8S. McDaniel nas sold his sloop. The DeForest sent a sample of the water to
the ople entered the room and stood Comfort, to A. Ochstette.r, of Daytona, the Tuiversity of Pennsylvania for ana.
hesath the bower of green. The cere- and we hear that he intends building a lysis. Hie has received the report of the
noag was according to the rites of the larger and a much finer ot.e for next chliemist at the university and it shows
Moiaviaa Chburch and was beautiful eason's trael.. that the water contains ten per cent of
nd very imp~sesive. The colored school opened last Mondayv lithia.
After the cogratolatiots were over with a fair attend nce and Mr. Ia-kinsi Thie analysis li as follow: Free
fhe familin of the bride and groom and ws p incipal. ammonia, 00: albuminiod ammonia, .05;
* few intimate frieods sat down to a oxygen consumed, .105; nitrates, 1(0;I
bointeoue wedding dinner. Mr. Luftwrry invited Doctor Dltloislithia. 10.
The bride is a charming and accom- and his hbr their, J. II. DuBois. of New The New York Bankers and Broker's
pushed young lady, while the gioom is York City, to accolmpany him ou ai trip A.sociation have become interested ini
amofDaytona'smostprogrersiveyoung to Lake H.el.-n, go'ingn his steier t the matter and ae contemplating theo
business men. New Smyrna thence by rail. They left organization of a stock company to
Mr. and Mrs. Gille left in the afternoon here Monday ituirning Tuesday after bottle the water and place it on the,
for Jacksouville, returning yesterday, iaspecting the starch factory and had ;a mark.-t. Another gentlemen, who re--
and amMow at home to their friends. Very pleasant trip. sides at the fanouott Waukesha Mineral
The Gamoti,-Nws joins with a host Mr. and Mrs. Thomas left Monday SPrings of Wisconsin owns a place at
of friends in fishing them joy and pros- for their home in Indiana. ake Helen and is drilling a well hoping!
pneity. "that lie niav strike thie ame vein that
Miss Sill left Monday for Palmn Ieh. Mr. l.-Fonr.st wasso fortunatein finding.
ib 's; ."PM-dC AI. returning t), R M JoeMs eth., t27 E. l st strI e thence to Enterpi is... whence she will
gives KSJa n.'a Horebontd Syrup to my take steamer to Jaeksonville, and from A P.ysicia Wrilt.
ehiihalr coughs andcolds for the past there she intends going to Old Point "I ant desirous of knowing if tih, pro-
oar yes, ad find it the best medicine Comfort to spend Easter week. Miss fusion can obtain Herbine in bulk for -
lever med." Unlike many cough saynrus,gill is principal of one of the l.,st irnat t purpoein? It htr bin ofdy-
it eolitas so opium, but willsootheand pr p f one o t l t i i ,ii rps? t h e
heal s disseothe throat or lungs schools in New York City. li 'isia brought on by exceswe or over-
*sieercthem aiy other remedy. 25c., T I work. I have never known it to fail in
Sa.,d s1.00 t J. M. Jone. The card party Tuesday evening was iwtoring the organs affected to their
an exceedingly pleasant one. Mrs. Don- healthful activity." 50c. bottle at J. M.
T-, m denville, of Verona, 111.. was the hostess.h, ones.
HP^^L^I^F _K IIiI


*I -m WLI I l WIII I I
A sewpaper is business proposition,
and very few editors are in it for their
health, and they realize that their sue-
a- lies in making a good paper. The
better the paper the greater the editor'*
compemsation, and although he cannot
alord to put more in the paper than he
takesoa, hoa~t criticism and sugges-
tioe, as how to improve hi. work,
ghqu d4waye be thankfully and cour-
tfeo-y received. Of course, the critic
that borrows the paper every week and
it, and throws it down with the
mark that it is not worth a picayune
and that the editor is a hollow pated
imbecile and a scapegoat on general
priniples, can hardly be called a friendly %
critic; neither is the fellow who gets
angry because the editor's views do
noteoianide with his own on politics,
religion or the intellectual status of Mc-
Carthy's billy goat, but a fair and com-
petent critic is the editor's best friend,
specially if he pays his subscription.-
Lewistown (14U Democrat.
Cur SSdalk Fmattm.
Mrs. A. E. Simpson, 509 Craig street.,
Kaoxville, Tenn., writes, June 10th.
1896: "1 have been trying the bathe of
Hot 8pringf, Ark.. for sciatic rheuma-
tism, but I get more relief from Ballard's
8aow Liniment than any medicine or
anything I have ever tried. Enclosed
Mad potoace order for $1.00. Send me
a laqle bottle by Southern Express.'
oldby J.M. Jones.

a* IT GAINESVILLE.
GalhMsvjle, Fla., is to entertain the
State Swlday School Convention on
April 8-10. "On to Gainenville" is now
the watchword for Sunday school
workers. A choice program iM being
prepared, and among others who will
le present, are the following: Marion
Lawranee, Go(eral Secretary of the In.
termational Sunday School Convention:
Cha&. D. Neiggs, Associate Editor of the
international Evangel, and Prof. E. 0.
Raell, of Chicago. the noted leader of
song, author and publisher. It will he a
rare opportunity for Florida people to
hear #weqe workers. Full information
aed program t na be obtained from W.
, 1. Wihatb Tallahetsme, Fl!.

Ss. Whi Port OIe wi
tim T. White. of Port Oranwe, wiH


HOLLY HILL


So Sweet sed Pleastag t Taste I I
Mrs. C, Pl'eterson. 625 Lake St.. To-,
peka, Knn.. siw.akiiig of Ballnrd'& Hon-- 1foA.i. HaI.r.. March 9.-On Friday
hound Syrup, atys: "It has iever failed evening a number of youtg people front
to give entire satisfaction, and of ull ; Ormond, Daytona and our immediate
cough remedies. it is ity favorite. and I .i'init were hospitably terined at
mupt confel. t, niv manny friends that it
will do. anld lit- dune, 'w1ht is ,claimed Mr. Mann's, Sonie games which tested
for it-to st-qdily cure a rough or a the powers of observation were indulged
cold; and it isn mweet and -4, pleasing in. and after soine delicious light refresh-
in taste." 25.. Soc.. and 1.00 bottle
atJ. M. J .. and .04) bottle ment all returned to their respective
at homes feeling they had spent a most
---- enjoyable evening.


Some time aIgo one of our citizens had
an en3agenment out in town. and was
prevented front going, by his wife; where-
upon he tent a note, saying: "tCirvum-
stancvo over which I have no control
render it impossible for me to be out to-
night." He told the truth.


I


The
IAUNWCH


"Columbte'V


,I


Is the largest and most comfortable excursion launch in tiese
waters; built last summer; fitted with a ten borse-power liobt
engine, when means reliability. The boat has glass cabin forward.

Makes trips Tot a Tuedays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
to the leaving South Bridge at 8:30 a. m.
Monday, Wednesday. and New from So. Draw
Friday tripe are maue to N myn at 9:00 a. m.

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


Fare for Round Trip $1.00.


Launch "Yankee Doodle" for Charter.


McCOY BROTHERS


Rubber Tire Carriages Fine Horses Careftd Drivers
We are well equipped for "Straw tide ." The tinent turnouts in the city.
'Buses ieet all trains and take passenger to any part of the city.
Trunks delivered promptly. Stables opposite Public School.
Telephone 27




: t r lii p r Ai np ng :
S I I I IDruggists

o The Lanrgest and Most ('onmplete Stock
of l)rugs in DIytona. l'rem.riptions comn- *
ponnded by Iegistered Pharmacist only. *

0 Perfumery and Toilet Articles. 0
* TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BA I.SA.M-23 cents a bottle.

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Bosch Zeveet. P 'F 'W # W DAYTONA, I.LOK3.Dn A



BOND & BOND CO.,
(INCORPORATED)
--.MANUFACTURERS .OF-


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-- - $ -


SCHMIDT'S VILLA


Overlokiag the'Hannh *uq'


The hotel tconaads a most as
view in every diewtion a m W
lormtioun Ca b fuse d am thWe
It b only one mil ftr t*Wd
and iM conTmvimt to W
potol. eU cihm and
More sunny room tha mi e ai"f
in town. Bath romm and *lla


ALL MOOKDR OasVsie sCMS. COV-Ms V1 1m111 L .
at. S.O0 r a, *10 pr W01a s* Vadl.
Henry Schmidt Proprietor, Daytoea, 1..


BENNETT HOUSE
ALBERT BENNETT, Proprietor.
Thin house is new and it situated on North RidPewood; hias all *modewsee-
renienert. heated with hot air; and aill outasitl ro6mN, singly or @ mdwsot. O0
nuite with private bath; ehletric lights now in tee; broad varandahm; elamima a.
cillent. RasteM reanable, unil everything done for the comfort of uests.
Daytona, FlodMfd
'. ,*,

THE WHITE HOUSE
Seabreese Avenue, 8EABREEZE, FLA.

Renovated and Newly Furnished.

J. L HOWARD, Proprietor. A. C. BABNEIT, Ma MVr.



GRAId ATLANTIC HOTEL"
(Formerly the Holly Ion)

Opens December lst.
This popular hostlery has been remodeled and enlarged to double its siue; aness.
modates 200 guest; it han been refurnished and decorated; electric lg h' 41t
thoroughly heated; has new billiard and smoking mrooms, ew ladies' pfatt;at
sun parlor. The Grand Atlantic i msituated on the water front sad has h-metl
lawns, and south facing verandas; good boating and bhing ron aor w *ylwer.
Rates moderate. Send for booklet. Jas. H. Jebl-m0a 5eMs, ngau


THE PALMETTO


C.O.CHAMBERLIN. PROP.


Now Open


Electric Lighted and Thoroughly Heated


Hot and Cold Batsh


KRough and Dressed Pine Cypress, Perfect Cuisine. Everything Strictly First Claw. Rates Moderate.

Lumber, Lath, Shingles, )aytona House
Flooring, Sidin9g, Ceiling.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock. NOW OP'i


'Phone 83
Offices and YVrds: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager


"A T MATIT" TheNation's


Amongst our visitors this week we re ll I 1 L U 1 st Ugar.
Mrs. Higgins, Lawrence Thompson, Mr.
Merkel and wife,. Dr. Morden and Mr. It's all Florida.
Drewr. who came to may good-bye to his 1.. I
friendar. tho leaving fo r h gd.bye to his Why bunr importe1l cigars. nad.*- rom* hav tropical tobaclo, doctored with opium
friends before leaving fur his home in
Philadelphia. and other drugs, when c ialln hlihave the, piu- Florida l.af at a five-ent price'
Box of 23 ..................1 ADDRE .
Mr. Iunnell's door and sash factory ix f 5...... ...1 REE'BV MAIL'TO ANY ADDRESS.
and planing mill, presents quite an im- m .. ---. -. .


poMing appearance and is fast neIring
Ccolnpiletiun_.

That girl whom we saw step on a ha-
nana peel and fall on the sidewalk, the I
other day, did not break any bones. but
her Christianity was badly strained.


Uncle Sama's

Mail Service


requires physical and mental
ability of a high degree to
withstand its hard labors. The
high tension to which the
nervous system is constantly
subjected, has a depressing ef-
fect, and soon headache, back-
ache, neuralgia, rheumatism,
sciatica, etc., develop in severe
form. Such was the case of
Mail Carrier S. F. Sweinhat,
of Htntsville, Ala., he says:
An attack of pneumonia left me
with muscular rheumatism, headache.
and pains that seemed to be all over
me. I'was scarcely able to move for
about a month when I decided to give
l-s PaIn Pills
and Nerve Plasters a trial. In three
days I was again on my route and in


TABLE qf a%& TIDES.
Week beginning Marchl9, 1902.
HIGl TIDE.


a. hi.
Sunday..... ....... :32
Monday......................... 7: 11
Tiu lay.......................... :2
Wednesday........................ :.3
Thursday...... .................. t:3
Friday..............................10:132
S..t iriday...........................11:31
L.OW TIDE.
Sund iy................ ............ 12:17
M onday............................. 1:114
I T" sday ........................... 1:.'1 3
W dnllesday ....................... :37
Thurlsday.......................... :27
F riday.............................. 4:2 1
Satur y ......................... 3:24,


p.nt
6:35
7:39
PS:24
9:12;
10:0."
11:01


12:41
1:23
2:o3
3:42
4:;35
.3:37


THOMPSON

The Candy Maker P


Valley


St., Seabreeze,


A tw-at% L*


S. W. ROWLEY. San Mateo, Florida. Ilsean Sel*cet Sto'wk of...


Spencer B. Green


Sanitary P!umbing

Steam and Hot s

Water Heating. e


x


d~lq L'.. --0


a 1% 0V dW& J6" 19
Rates from $7 to $10 per week. Situated on Orange Avese.
T. L. RODGERS Proprietor.


Seaside Inn
Directly on the ocean bench opposite Daytona. New and modern. Gas
and electric bells in every room. New ocean pier and casino.
I)UNKLEE & COHi, Proprietors. tUOODALiL, (formerly reabreew) FLORIDA.
Summer hotel: Ocean View House, Pigeon Cove, Mass.

FOUNTAIN CITY PHARTIACY.


Nowrw IREACHI STUICEF1'


DRIUS FOR PRE.4CIIITIONS. PATENT MEDICINES, ItUlSErl4.
COMBS AN D TOILET SOAPS.
Perfumery and Fancy Toiat Articles.


%P'p


DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during bsiuis
hours; office hours Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. in.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.


Trowell's press Baggage Line o


R. F. TROWELL, Proprietor,


Office in the Up-to-Date Barber Shop.


Telephone 98.


All Calls Given Prompt Attention.


Piano Moving a Specialty.


'Seaside Hotel
CORONADO IWACHI
A new and ,up-to-date hotel. with large
airy. glass encloMed sun parlor faring the .
Atlantic. It has 400) feet of broad ver-
andas; situated on the famous pninsula
with fishing in the surf on one side of the


We are offering as an Advertisement a

AN ALUMINUM PIN TRAY

with a view of DayLuiia on it with each

Purchase of $i.oo or Over


4W,


DAYTONA TRANSF tR CO.
PEI.L Iseit & Rix, Proprietors.


NORMAN S. DAYTON,


LUMBER
Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber. Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
'l'hone 49.
.Magnolia .Lve. iand F. E. CK Rv. (West of Plotoffiee.)
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


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Wo aemoeld it many times after
I bday was over and the morn
g 'agi d bat another as weary.
go? beotIe aS vacation and Arcat
o dd n y could find It a
srai Snasly be pervaded
a gna inae was complete th tt
tM Tobe sure, we had not
Wood Araadia, but we had the sa'
at- a d health al rdy and w
oed l that when we least expee
t we heuid croes the boundary. J
-o mbad inaed our spirits. We kn
~laty why gypstespersist n thee g
q gif; why the mot entertaining paj
11. "WIhlm Meister" and in "Kern
m ly" are those where the ]
e take the read "over the hills a
S r away;" why -Prince Otto" is i
mt delightfal of Stevenson's store
-A -WalkiNg Tour" the most <
1 111" Of his essays,. although I ha
100t heard that he rode a wbeeL .
1 1d n B that the real charm of Pi4
wik wa in coaching and the tooti
O f rSM and that Dick Turpl w
s, he r than scmmp
AMd Wa, feeling ft and our hearts i
led to simple, natural things, '
s a Into that bosky wood which w
to be the seee of our first mlsadve
St The road was smooth and pro
lbla L Through the branches at o
W t wa the glimmer of a lake wbi
S TmmiOe said we might loaf comfo
SfMr anp hour with our pipesI,
We w it our steeds by the roadside ai
w Vt dowan by that sabore, stretchis
omWaves out for comfortable contest
PIMtIL. An hour must have pass
whm Tommie gripped my arm.
"1sk. ,Fletchbr-tere la the road.'
I fMtewed his eyes and saw by o1
wVhe--4 bit of sunlight on her face
a met charming young woman wl
waS gweed in one of those walkia
esstumes that are now the most a(
Mbla achievements of the modest
nM was young, I say, and blond, as
dwa sm0li0ng to herself and looking
"--- wheels over. One she raised as
-efore we even fancied it-was I
the saddle as easily as any boy an
eauag around a curve and out of or0
"Well. I be hanged!" said TommI
"I hope she'll bring It tack," said I.
"Partieularly as It's my wheel," sal
ommie. But in the road we could M
W tnes of her. She had vanished.
"Get on yours and catch her," sal
Tommie.
"Oh, shell bring it back. fb

"Yes, bhe was"-
"A gentleman of the road?"
"No; a lady. Times have changed,
0Md Tommie ruefully. "Well, I'm ati
r her, Fletch."
AMd he, too was around the curve 01
NO wheel, leaving me laughing an(
m Wlagm. But In five minutes he wa
bank. hot and Irritable.
"There are three forks of the roau
Jt hbem-d. How In thunder am I t
kbow whicb h she took?"
"fry your lck."
"It's lad enough." said he. "I can'
IeNrd another wheel this year."
I think." said "that she's Jua
ag a trick."
"It's rather near a theft" said Tom.
miL. "Confound you. It wasn't your
"No," said L lighting a cigarette
"We'd better walk on. She's gone
2h wheel le-well, perhaps it's pawn.
ed by this time."
"Tou think you're funny!" quoth
TsAMme. "RIde o. and I'll walk."
"lie," sid I; "we'll both walk. Bul
we w an infernally pretty"-
"Now. Tommie, yon don't know
that." said L
"Well," said he, "haven't I the evi-
"Thy Sometimes Ue." said I, for I
-w he was not pleased. It wasn't my
whel, and of course I could philoso-
hIs me euiy than he. We took
m st hopeful turn at the three
oads, since our map refused to be ex-
gblett, and presently we came on a rus-
"DM you see a woman riding a man's
"I swana." said the rustic.
"I should remark," said Tommie.
"sh stole my wheeL"
"ou doa't say." said the rustle.
"Whe does this road lead?"
"Nowheres," said the rustic.
"Don't you live here?' asked Tom-
mie.


*BSnce I was born, golly," said the
"Thea where the deuce will this road
0t0a to?" I asked Impatiently.
"That depends on where yet goln."
marked the rustic practically.
Oh, lard!" said Tommie. "I've a no-
tie to pound this tool!"
The rustic looked frightened and re-
treated a step.
"We want to go anywhere-to find
te stolen wheel." -said 1.
"This 'ere road goes to Arcadia,"
Ild the rustle.
A female Dick Turpin! Arcadia!
We pene our eyes.
"It's a queer name that Merivale
eab hib place," said the rustic. "It's
wemd that thar turn."
We left him. despairful of getting
anything more lucid from him. but It
appred that at least we had reached
ArLadia. I began to laugh, when Tom-
ate said Irritably. "Shut up!"
About the turn we came on a road
ading from ours between "high gate
Pst. and there on a grassy bank wa-
Our lady of the road. I stepped back
embarrassed. She was laughing to
herself. Yes. she was undeniably pret-
ty. And as we paused she began !o
N tIe a voice that probably was no
a good one by common standard, but
hem la the wood. staging to herself. It

A Bad Breath
A bd breath means a bad
m e a bad digestion, a
bed lIver. Aer's Pills are
liver pills. They cure COP-
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ad~Tbn < and b d im cL~ ^ "You're the ciiieited ams, Towm
4 To1Mm and hd him back. for you tk 'v made an Imp

Sik ls am eWoav o"Well, now that you mention it
obh mm t was lely." hops 1 may have."
"'Amd of women," said Tommiae, ste "And that I haven't"
ing forward, cap In hand. At east "Well, yes," Tommiale answered b
he remembered so much of his man- ttly.
es. .-The singer started and drew "You think you can by being dl
herself p gresable?"
* "*Sir she said, like the affronted "Look here, Fletch. Let's solve
W lady to the play. ourselves that mooted question. Wh
* "b beg your pardon," sald Tommle. way will make the most Impressilon
L "That was a very pretty ong." a girl like that-flattery or bra
S -"What is that to you, Sir? It's frankness?
L. -hakespeare." "We may break her heart," said
"You'll excuse me," said Tommie, resolved that of us two 1. not be. boi
t "but we have had a mishap. My wheel do the breakage.
r has been stolen." "I think she'll look out for tha
S "Stolen!" she cried, In a crimson Tom.le said.
d glow, and then In a e that went "Or she may break ours," I co
0 despairful. "Down by e lake?" rented.
r "Yes, down by the lake," said the "We'll risk that." said Tommie.
- mallelou Tommie. "We may end by disliking each of
S "Oh.r she cried. "How can I ex- er," I went on.
a plain? There It is. I thought it was "Oh, If I lose I'll not hold It agali
h Fred's. I thought Fred and Harry your' said Tommy.
I left them there." "But I may against you," I said.
e "It's no matter," said 1. "I'm sorry. "Such a tomboy sort of a girl, too
a It was a natural mistake." said Tommie.
She looked a%.me with a world of "I think you wrong her. I ha
Thanks in the blue eyes. Did 1 tell found some fine qualitles"-
e you before they were blue? Tommie "Oh, you have! Well, you're a qui
calmly walked to his wheeL eon," he retorted.
S "I am glad you did It," be saId,. "be- .0
Seaue It has given me a chance to Those dear people who formerly II
"You're trocious" she said and ed In Arcadia successfully ellminat
rned and ed up the road behd nd thepain and jealousy and rivalry-at leas
turned and fled up the road behind the Judging from their own accounts. Tbh
S"Tommieway. said ou're a d." doubtless lied a bit about It. for In n
Tommie leaned on his wheel, laughed own experience I am bound to say th
and whistled. there may be drawbacks even to A
( "Wasn't she JollyT" he said. "I'm go-. adla. My consciousness of a flaw
tag to follow." the place began when I saw that Too
S"You are not going to do anything of mle was absorbing rather too muebh
the kind," I cried. But he always is her attention. I felt at first that s
stubborn, and it ended by me follow- was but leading him on. and then I b
Inag him. gan to have some grave suspicion
The rd led from the wood nto a which, In the light of subsequent exp
broad, sunny lawn which was domi- ence, may Indeed have been found
nated by a great stone bouse, where a on mere Jealousy. Yes, I will say
man was Just stepping Into a high dog- was Jealous. I thought in beginnli
cart. this veracious account that I migl
"Why" said Tommie "It's. arr well leave the solution ungiven., ik
Wharton." Tommle ts arry the famous riddle of the lady and ti
At the moment Wharton saw us. tiger. Of our two systems of tactlei
"Well, I declare!" he cred, coming for- which was the more likely to win wit
Well I declareagirl like Rose Burton? If Tomme a
"She didn't lie after all" said Tom- times had the better, there were othb


fiercely; but Tommie was explaining engh to trust him.
to Wharton that we had lost our way, eYou never can trust even your beh
and Wharton was Insisting on the hos- friend when there's a woman in th
pitality of the Merrivale house, which frie wbdwen tere' a womao in th
he had rented for the summer be e x- es e.
plained, and Tommie was accepting, "Fletcher," said Tommie gravely a
while I stood speechless. At the mo- this, "that anclet saying l gosp
meant our lady of the road came out of truth.
the house and blushed at the sight of From that moment I felt that it wai
us and looked as It she wanted nothing not a fair test case, but. Indeed. I hat
so much as to take to her beets, which ended by not caring a fig about thi
were very pretty heels. I must assure test. I just wanted to win.
you. topped by a delicious ankle. Whar- Now, one day the climax of the situ
ton presented us. "Miss Rose Burton." action was reached in this wise: I heard
Tommie had the audacity to say. she had gone wheeling ly herself
"we've met before." That, of course, was a chance. I pre
"You have?" said Wharton. pared to follow, when who should ap
"I don't remember." said she, giving pear but Tommie.
Tommie a glance that would have "Which way?" he asked.
troubled me. but only seemed to de- "I was thinking of following-hem"-
light him. But she rewarded me by "It's ridiculous wass for us bot be to olo
turning to me and extending her hand "It's ridiculous for us both to follow
and saying In a low voice. "I don't s er.e I observed.
why your friend Is so odious about that "Yes. It is. but I'm no t inclined t
mistake." turn back. for"-
"I don't know. I'm sure." I said. "Nor I." said Tommle quietly. "It's
Mrs. Wharton just then appeared. and fair to leave it to the wheels. The one
I had her-I don't mean Mrs. Wharton who overtakes her first"-
-quite to myself, an opportunity I "All right." I said.
tried to deserve. I began to believe And then began that contest which a
that Arcadia was all the poets have certain Tartar tribe conducts more reg.
claimed for It. I told her that I knew ularly-a chase for a lady. Up and
It was a mistake from the first. and. to down hill we scorched: now I before,
be frank, I didn't try very hard to de- now Tommie. But It was oftener Tom-
mie before than 1. He drew away from
/ me until In sheer spite at my luck and
'B VT him I gave It up. dismounted and wan-
dered drearily enough into the wood
S I I and threw myself down and then fell
4 Hto laughing when I heard voices-hers
and Tommie's. I declare I couldn't
H avoid hearing them.
-. ^ ~ "Ah. I have been chasing a thief!"

\ "'Will you never stop teasing me?"
Sshe cried. That remark seemed to show
E s that be had been playing fair after alL
l "Will you keep my heart, while you
\ "That's a very silly speech," she said.
k ~I thought so too. "Besides, It was a
wheel." she added.
"No; it was the other essential to a
/ man's comfort."
'* ^ fI "Well. If you'll have It so." she said.
S\As for me, I turned away. They
didn't notice me. In the evening I ven-
tured to say to her:
"Ah, I've been congratulating Tom-


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U\\ e- mle!"
t '" 'He told you'?" she said, turning red.
I "Ah, yes!" I fibbed. "You know, I
thought you thought hlm-well-rather
On a grassy bank wys our lady of the disagreeable "
end Tomme's churllshness. I sad "I dd-at first. But-you know I be-
he had rather startled me wh I sa w lieve that was the reason I thought so
her mount Tommle's wheel like- aw much about him that"- She paused
"Like a boy." she interposed. Then It's true that you can make
"Oh. I dou't know." said I. The 8 true that you cl make
"How Harry and Fred"- more of an impression on a girl by be-
"And Fred." 1 said, beginning to sus- In disagreeable" to her thas by flatter-
pect every man. lug her?"
"Oh, he's my brother. How they'd "Oh. I don't knowbelieve" she said.
laugh. I was going to say. But a Joke Now, don't think that 1 am still nurs-
Is with him who laughs last-with your Nowng a broken hear t I am too old a
friend," I think. InK a broken heart. I am too old a
"He thought you Dick Turpin dis- bachelor not to know there are many
luised." I said, trying. I'll confess, to good sh n thea.
make his case a bit worse.
"He might have known," she said as Use of Pigeons For Speculation.
If much provoked. In modern times the pigeons have
"Yes, he might." I assented. been used for purposes of commerce
Yet, in strict fairness, I felt called and speculation as well as war. In
n to let him know my perfidy. and 1770 a shrewd Italian had the win-
hat night, as we sat smoking and re- ning numbers in the lotteries thus
viewing the day's adventures, I said: sg numbers in the lotteries thus
"She thinks you insufferable, Tom- sent to him, and it is a wel known
nie." fact that the London branch of the
"She told you that already?" great Rothschild banking house was
"Why, yes." I replied, with rather a able, by means of carrier pigeons, to
elf conscious air. receive news of the victory at Wa-
"I say. Fletch. I believe there'll bel terloo three days in advance of the
more fun In this house than on the government and to realize an enor-
ad. I don't believe that we csan have mous profit by buying up govern-
nother adventure-like"- ment stock, then very much depress-
"Like getting your wheel stolen. Do ed, and selling again when the 'ise
ou want another?"" w t
"She's an amusing girl," said Tom- came.
ale Inconsequently. Japese one w amoese Wemem.
"Ye. he Is," I agreed. "But-you Among the Japanese women a cer-
ee you've offended her." Wain number have no reason to envy
"And you haven't." the European ladle In the matter of
"Oh. I don't know. I said from the purely white kL When th at white-of
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PKqSeb by ANMES r. ALULARD, St LLs, ieN


The Great Through Car Line from Florida-C- nnections:
as The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charleston, Richmond
SQ O" and Washington.
as The southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
Washington.
-T The Southern By. via Jessup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
L / L fGT" The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
SThe Southern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia, Ashville
The Mobile A Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
A Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
aJst Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners Transpor
station company for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and steanwrn for New York, Baltimore
and Washington.


To Key West and Havana,'via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company.
To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Inland via Boston and Canada,
Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlottestown.
Winter Tourist Tickets
will be on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern, Western and Southern States to
all Florida resorts, via the Plant System during the season 1901, 1902, limited to
return until May 21st, with the liberal stop-over privileges in Florida.
Addrpeses of parties in the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup-
plied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information as to rates, sleeping ear reservations,. etc., call on, or write t
F. M. JOLLY. Division Pamwenger Agent, 13:H West Bay St.. Jackmonville, Florida,
W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent, B. W. WRENN, Pamw.Trafflic Man.,
Savannah, (Ia. Savannah, Ga.


SEABOARD


. Air Line Railway.


CAPITAL CITY ROUTE


The Shortest Route.


The IBent Line.


l)ouble Daily Service, Including Sundays to
SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RIC(IIMO
WASHING'T'ON. BALTIMORE. lPHILADELPIIIA and NEW YC
with TIIROIUGll PI LLMAN SLEEPERS. It is the Only Line' Oiwra
Daily Through Pullman Car Service between.Jacksonville and New Orde

For further information write to
A. 0. MAcDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville. Florida
It. E. L. BUNCH, (Gen. Pass. Agent. Portsmnouth. Va.
J. IM. BARR, First Vice-President and General .Mianagpr, Portsmnouth,


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'" I had been troubled a"year, off and on, with constipation, bil-
iousness and sick headaches. Nothing seetrnel to di mne any good.
One day a friend asked me what the trouble was. When I told
him he recommended R-I PA'N-'S Tabules. That evening'I got a
box, and after the second box I began to feel so much relief that I
kept on with them. I have Ripans Taubules always in the house
now and carry a package of them in my p ocket.


One gives rellei.


At druggists.
The Five-Cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion.
The family bottle, 60 cents, contains a
supply for a year.



Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.


DIXIE FLYER R11 TIE

No. 2 No. 4 Stations


7:25 am......... l:(H)I
0: 55 am......... 11:15
4:10 pi ......... :1:o.3'
7:45 pm......... 7:23',
1:04) am......... 1:(K)
6:44) itm......... (;:3,-)
12: 1 pim.........11:40
7:24 lUn ......... (;:.5"2


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Ar r........ Valdosta...........
A r...............Miaou' n ..............
A r............... \tl nt.......tu it. ......
.\ r.......... ('lin tt t A ..............N ashlivill............
A r...............M rtin..............
A r......... ...S t. Louis............


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LINES

Through ticketsto New York, Pbiadsl.
New Haven, New Loadoen, 0t1lmu,
Providence, Fall River, Bo tom lad
ALL NORTHERN POINTS


at rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Three stsa e.
trains every Thursday, leaving Jacksonville as follows:
Via the Sea Islands........................10:10 a.m. (Metropolitan Limited.)
Via Plant System........................ 3:15 p.m.
Via Seaboard Air Line................ 7:40 p.m. (Fast Mail.)
Passengers leave Daytona 5:29 am and
3:22 pm, making close connections.
For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservations, tickets, ete., ad


A. W.7 PYDVE7 A _. 220 West Bay 8Bsat,
A4 W PYEaJ Agent Jacksonville, Florida.


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Geo. H. Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fla.


NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry



Western & Atlantic Railroad.
route of the

"Chicao and Florida Limiled" train
and "Dixie Flyer" sleeping care
The "Chicago and Florida Limited" is the quickest train from St. Augutie
and Jacksonville to Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville and Chicago with PulIua's
finest Observation and iDrawingroom sleepers. dining ears, etc., through without
change. The famous "Dixie Flyer" all the year round sleeper via Atlanta Mad
Martin to St. Louis without change.


For i

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information relative to rates, schedule, etr., or for sleeper reservations, write to

HARMAN. Gen. Pass Agent, TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. AgMt
Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla,
H. F. SMITH. Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tenn.


Tri-Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
Calling at Charleston. S. C., both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The Clyde New England and Southern Line%,
Direct Service Between
JACKSONVILLE. BONToN AND PIOVIDEILC~
AND ALL N ASTERN POINTS.
Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
Southbound .................... .......... From Lewis' Wharf, Bo lon
*Northbound...................... from foot Catherine street, Jabksosvlll


CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'SH RIVER LINE.
(l ryNo. I Line)
.Ar 7:-an ......... pm Between Jacksonville and Saqford
.Lv 4::13 am......... : M) put STOPPING AT PALATKA. ASTOR. ST. FRANCIS, BERESFORD, (D[ULA")
. IIv 11:33 pim......... 11:23 am BLUE SPRINGS and Intermnediate Landings on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
. ,- s::{) 1111......... .::.: ) ani of Jars n le
v :(1)0 I .........:1:5 am STEAMER T o acsonvik
I. V 9l:( l am ......... 9:34'1) [11)
S.v :,:13 ,m......... 7 I CAPT. W. A. SHIAW,
Lv 101:1 pmll......... : al IS AI'POINTED TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS:


ILv 111; pI m


Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m,.Sndays, Tuesdays and Thursdas


12:4o-pinm........ 2::41o nt Ar..........I..Loisvill..- .... :...... :4141 n......... 2::3l pm Leav.s Sanford 9:30 a. m. Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays
4:1 p .......... 7:2; m n Ar............ in ........i....v 11:1n, pni......L...11:0.3 am Southhound. SCHEDI'LE Northbound
............ ............. :1 a, Ar............. (hie'ag ........... lv : pm,, ................................ Read down Read up
-- -- Lave 3:30 pm............................ ACKSONVILLE............................Arrive 2:00 am
No.. 4-1Dixie Flyv.r--4'arries P'iIlmant Drawing It. ltuff.t Sl.piing ('ar, i 8:4 p .... ....... ............................ATKA.... .................... Lave 8:00 pm
JaI ck onville to St. Loiuis and Jai ksoiville t o Chi.'ali withfoi. t .chlin e. making .. :00 am ......................................ASTOR .................................... 2:30 pm
direct connection at Nashville with sleeping rs tif r I.i, ii ill.- ani l (in.iinnati. 4:30 1 .1111................................. N S ....... .................... 1o pm
only stops at following A. V. & W. stations: 'rau i I;:xlt.r ;nl Fargo. a............... BERESFORD (I)LAND ....................." 1:00nam
Through coaehel is tweetn Jacksonville and MMa.on. rrive :3 a n......U IN(S ..............-........ 11:00 am
No. 2-Day Express-Stopp at all .. V. & W. 1,, l -t;n in .M.tk..-s dir.-vt cop i Arrive 30. am..................................... SA. RD................................ 9:30 am
nections for all points West and Northwest. via b, th (urlel iiinl M.it. I -rdele.mid am.
Connection nin .iboard n ral ae g n Tickt 'lc
Air Line and Florida East Coast RyVs. General Passenger and Ticket office,
E. HI. BARNES, Gen. Sup't. S. I). I'll KETT, ;.'n, Pl' as. .gt. 9AA W R u IobLofnSa
204 W Baw 0 k ranlle


ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD


To St. Louis and Chicago

Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to St. Louis and to Chicago,
leaving Jacksonville daily at 8 p. in., via the famous

Dixie Flyer Route


v-r iWW. -uO y O. JauROUIiviIU.

A. C. HAGERTY. East'n 'ass. Arg..nt. F. M. IRONMONGER, Ja., F. P. A.,
1 l State St.. N..w York. 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla
THOS. D. IIALEY, Local I'rt. A.t. i'. LOVELL. Asst. Fla. Supt.,
Foot Hogan St..Inekstonville. Foot lHogan St., Jacksonville.
JN. ARD. Sup.>rintend.nt,
I'" ot logan St....i eksonville.
THEO. 0. EAGER, Wnf. P. CLYDE & CO.,
General Manag'er General Agents,
Chelelbrough Iuitiling, 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park, New York.


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