Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: March 15, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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VoL 18. No. 40.

Dartonse Dloeld... March 15. 1902


The Wonders Worked in Daytona by the

Coming of Adam Sdianu.
In years gone by Daytona was an bath rooms, finished in Roman style.
incognata. People would come one The Lily Water is used for baths as
way and finding it so bad they would well as for drinking purposes. The
return by some other. baths are so handsomely finished that
It was thus for many years but, like they equal any in the United States,
the drops of water and grains of and excell anything in Florida.
sand, little by little it grew until it At the bottling room adjoining, this
became the prettiest city in Florida, famed Lily Water is bottled, in both
and it is now easily accessible. plain and carbonated forms, and
A year ago the first of this month shipped to all parts of the country.
Adam Schantz, a prominent manu- Mr. Schantz has also purchased
facturer of Dayton, Ohio, arrived in five thousand acres of land west of
town, and he avowed that Daytona the city, part of the tract being
should be his future winter home. within the corporate limits. Of this
In fact he was so infatuated with land he has already cleared one hun-
the place that he immediately tele- dred and fitty acres, and intends to
graphed to his folks in Dayton as plant it in potatoes and other pro-
follows: "This is Paradise: I am ducts adapted to this climate and
going to buy a place." soil. On the land is located a saw-
In Dayton Mr. Schantz owns and mill, which enables the owner, with-
operates a large plant for the filter-'out much inconvenience, to convert
ation and purafication of water. He the timber into lumber, and into
himself discovered the process, and wood for his plant.
it was such a wonderful and beneti- And last, but not least, he purchased
cial discovery that he named it Lily a site for a modern hotel on the
Water-after that emblem of purity, corner of Itidgewood and Magnolia
After his arrival in Daytona he avenues. This he will donate to any
immediately proceeded to find a loca- corporation that will build a hotel
tion to erect a Lily Water plant: costing $200,000, and agree to patron-
also an ice, and electric light plant. ize-his interests here-water, ice and
He decided on a corner on Volusia electricity. The site is one of the
avenue near the railroad, and pur- most desirable locations in the city,
chased the property. He next and the gift should be quite an in-
purchased the magnificent Buell ducement to some company desiring
mansion on Ridgewood avenue, where to make a rood investment. Daytona
he now resides. already has a number of good hotels
A modern and substantial building but what it still needs is one on the
was erected on the property near the "Flagler" order.
railroad station. and it is said to be The subject of this sketch has
the handsomest building ,of the kind traveled all over the United States
in the state of Florida, so far as and through most of the European
beauty is concerned. The inside is countries, but he says lie has never
handsomely finished, and in it is in-t vet saw a place that equals Diytona


WGente' straw hate at Hill's.
&..New summer drew goods at Moore
Liveryman Haigh ba bought out the
Mathers stable at eabreess.
Prof. Miller, the great slight-of-had
artist at the opera house tonight.
The Columbia is carrying forty and
fifty people on its trips most every day.
Mrs. W. W. Alcott, of DeLand, visited
with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Douglass,
last week.
Chan. M. Hilliard and John J. Seibels,
of Palatka, made a brief visit to Daytona
Jule Keuhn, one of Daytona's winter
visitors, left Thursday of last week for a
visit to the Isle of Pines.
IIThe Ladies' Furnishing Store, in
the Roxby building, will shortly receive
a swell lian of summer skirts.
The beauties of the Halifax country
and the Ewt Coast of Florida at Wil-
umans Opera House March 19.
Mrs. L. Thompson. and daughter,
Miss Lillian, returned Thursday of last
week from their trip to Cuba.
Mrs. J. D. Maley gave a little card
party on Wednesday evening for her
cousin. Miss Elinor Jones, of New York.
Mrs. Henry Titus, who has been visit-
ing with friends at Titusville for the past
couple of weeks, returned home today.
gLi.Have you a kodak ? If not, why
not? Harris can save you express
charges on Eastman kodaks. Studio
Peck block.
Miss Grace Bingham left Thursday
morning for Tallahassee where she went
as a delegate to the state convention of
Christian Eudeavorers.
If you are interested in the actual hap-
penlings of Daytona and Volusia County,
with casual mention of current news,
subscribe for time GAzIrrTi-NcwS.

Eugene I el Mar will -deliver a lecture
S.it Wilmnmiis' Opera House Sunday even-
ing at eight o'chck on "Heat Waves and
Thought \Vaves." Admission free; col-
iMrs. Thurber arrived Monday from
Chicago in resplonUe to a telegram an-
nounct'ing the illness of her son at the
home of Messrs. Reed and Ennis. The
young man is now much improved.
Miss Clara Slough is making a collet-
tion of magazines to send to the State
Insane Asylum. She will appreciate it
if a'ly persons having miagmIzines that
they lhaive noe use for will let her have
the mi.
Ne'wsv has jiet weetn received at St.
Ai.ugustine that Tomi IParling, of that
city. ihais recently died in the Phillippines
lof abcens of the liver. Mr. Darling was
a Imemuber of the St. Augustine Rifles.
and vwas well known iu Daytona eight
or tell yeal ago.


stalled the Lily Water plant, an ice in beauty.
plant, and the power house for the He has at present invested here
electric lighting system of Daytona about $12,000. andl i s ready to invest
and Sabreeze. inore if the citizens will c( operate with
The engine is of three hundred him. lie is now the heaviest tax-
horse-power, the dynapos have a payer in the city. Hie hears a like
capacity of 4,000sixteen candle-power Ireputation in Montgomery County.
incandescent lights, besides the arc Ohio. and also in the city of Dayton.
lights. The ice plant -is capable of Mr. Schautz has implicit faith in
manufacturing thirty tons of ice the future of Florida and rightly
every twenty-four hours. thinks that with a little Northern
In connection with the above Mr. I"push" it will some day become the
Schantz has installed a cold storage great garden spot of America.
plant, which can be utilized by With the beach and broad Halifax
butchers, grocers and others. on one side and the tall and stately
In the sun parlor of this magni- pines on the other, he suggests that,
Scent building is located what is; Daytona would be an ideal place for
known as "Pouce de Leon's Fountain a sanitarium. Mr. Schantz isa strong
of Youth." From this fountain flows advocate of an electric road between
the sparkling Lily Water, which is here and DeLand and says it would
freely drank by the hundreds of per- be a profitable investment, and that
sons who visit the establishment he will take an interest in it.
daily. What this gentleman has done for
The water 4s very beneficial for Daytona in the short space of the
rheumatism and stomach and kidney past year demonstrates what a man
troubles. In the parlor are tables of energy and capital can do. If the
and chairs, where the guests congre- city possessed more such men as Mr.
gate and spend many pleasant hours Schantz it would progress faster and
visiting with each other and drinking it would be only a short time until it
the life-giving beverage. would be the leading resort of the
Adjoining this room are several 'fair state of Florida.


For, 2S years I have never
S issed taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla
every spring. It cleanses my
Mod, makes me feel strong, and
dWpe me good in every way. -
JM P. Hodnette, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Pure and rich blood
carries new life to every
part of the body. You
are invigorated, refreshed.
You feel anxious to be
active. Youbecomestrong,
Mead,courageOUS. That's
what Ayer's Sarsaparilla
-s1.afl a f .m *.w

Ele'1tric light bills must lbe paid
promptly at thle ttticevery miontli. here-
after. It nt paid tlit tie tiftlh (f tihe
mithi five' p1r i'Uit idditi mal will le
added to hli ill;: Lo deviation.

For Sale
Twe'inty iac're's of land it OaLk Hill one-
khailf mile from station. inrthl; well
aolptetd to raising of early vege'tal.les; a
portion miof lidl hind is wi illow glades and
of ilwxhamustilble fertility; will lie- olid at
a liean'inil. A.ipply to. 2-22

To the Public in Cnasoral.
Bunmell's Saw and l'laner Mill is now
pnrparei d to furiii.shi roiuigh and dressedl
lumber at short motive.; delivered ihi-r
by land or water. WHiood and slabi for

Mayor Parkinson has four unbleached
persons up before him this week for rid-
ing without lights. Stephen Thomas
and Johinaie Williams were each assessed
one dollar and cost, while Florence Gray
and Lena Williams contributed $2.50
and costs, each, to the city treasury.
Rev. L. S. Rader. D. D.. Presiding El-
der of the Jacksonville district, St.
John's River conference, Methodist
Episcopal church, will preach and ad-
minister the sacrament of the Lord's
Supper at First M. E. church Sunday
March Ii at 11 a. m. Quarterly Con-
ference tit 7 p. mn.. tonight.
gmiOnly the best at the Gramling
Schmidt Villa has had more than jts
share of arrivals this week. In fact they
had to turn away a great number.
Among the names on the register are
J. A. Kelley and wife, Philadelphia;
M. S. Atwood and wife. Kansas City;
Mrs. W. Ellingham, Wheeling, W. Va.,
and Miss Alice Tarrance, Pittsburg.
W"Finest line of home-made candies at
the Gramuling Bakery.
Manud Madison, the famous electrical
dancer, will give a series of her unique
dances at Daytona opera house, Friday
evening, March 21. Owing to several
engagements at Nassau she was not
able to return as expected. The Nassau
Watchman, the leading paper of the is-
laid, pronounces it the "finest ever seen
in our city." Miss Madison has ap-
peared at all the Flagler hotels. Shet
will be assisted by Bonnie Maud Ravein.
the child violinist. Tickets on sale at
Palmetto drug store.
Souvenir night at Wilmans' opera
house. Seabreeze. March 111th.
Justice Williams had a case somewhat
out of the usual order Wednesday. Beln-
jamin Wilson. the book-keeper for A. A.
Bunnell was arrested on the charge of
enticing away Rosa Hamilton, who
was supposed to have been under
the age of 16. for the purpose of
clandestine marriage. The girl says
she was over persuaded, and the defend-
ant put up the plea that he supposed the
girl was of the age of consent. Wilson
had been bound over to the criminal

caused Uncle Bill to jokingly remark,
"If Mary can't come up to Daytona's
good cooks I'll eat my bat."
"Say. Mary, talking about hats re-
minds me that I promised you a new
one. We'll trot right down to Mrs.
Douglass' on Magnolia avenue. She has
on hand one of the most complete stocks
of millinery to be found in Daytona.
You can get what you v'ant here. the
latest sayles and lowest prices being her
motto. Mrs. Douglas' good taste and
judgement guarantee that wlen you
have purchased of her you have a hat
according to fashion." In a few minutes
Mary was a happy girl. for she got a
"perfect dream" of a hat, and the price
didn't scare I'ncle Bill either.
--Strange, now. isn't it, how one thing
suggests another'?" observed Mary after
they had arranged with the milliner.
"What's on your mind mnow Mary"
asked Uncle Bill. "Well. I was just
wondering if you happen to know of a
good decorator, too," she asked. "Well.
now I just reckon I do," acknowledged


An Interesting Romai

People Take a
For many pa there bm bees coming
to Daytom a gentlems co0eionly
know np at his heme toa la Pmasyl-
vaia as "Kloadyke Bill. Be wa thus
named because he accumulated a vast
fortune in the Kloudyke gold Selds. Bill
is greatly in love with the beautiful city
of Daytona-so much so that when he
went North last summer'e proposed to
his newly married nephew that if he
would come here to reide he would start
him off in life. A few weeks ago John,
the nephew, Mary, his wileand Klondyke
Bill arrived at the Daytona railroad
The trio took a 'bus and went to the
Bennett House. "We will stop at the
Bennett House," said Uncle Bill, "be-
cause it is a first class place and it is very
popular. I have known the proprietor,
Mr. Bennett, for a number of years and
he is mine host after mine own heart.,
The house is beautifully located on Ridge '
wood avenue, and has many delightful
sunny rooms. The proprietor isendowed
with that delightful intuetion that
makes a guest feel at home, and the
cuisine can't be beat; so I have engaged
rooms here until your house is in readi-
ness." After taking dinner Mary and
John avowed that their uncle knew a
good hotel when he found one.
They first proceeded to the real estate
office of J. W. Wilkinson to look up a
lot. "Mr. Wilkiinson," said the oldman,
"is one the most obliging fellows you
could wish to meet. He has for sale
many very desirable pieces of property
and I am sure we can find something to
suit us. He also writes insurance and
represents a number of strong and
reliable companies, so don't forget him
when you get ready to have your house
insured. Yes, and he is agent for the
Ocean Steamship Company." They were
shown around the town by Mr. Wilkin-
son, and decided on a lot on Ridgewood
avenue. "By gurn." soliloquized I'ncle
William, "that real estate man is the
busiest man I've seen in a long time.
'Nuff said."
"Now we have a lot. the next thing is
to find omeonue to build the house,"
chirped in Mary. Klondyke Bill came to
the rescue. "'We'll go right around and
see S. H. Gove. If anybody can put up
a substantial house it is he. I have
known him for a number of years and I
have yet to hear of a complaint against
his work. He can draw up the p ans for
)% neat little cottage and have the the
rooms arranged as handy as a pocket in
at shirt." That settled the matter and
Mr. Gove was bargained with to build
the house.
"Having provided a house," said Uncle
Bill, "we will now proceed to furnish it."
With this remark the porty started for
the store of J. H. Niver & Son. That
just suited Mary for she said she had
heard so much of Nivers' thatshe wanted
to go there. When she was ushered in
she was utterly bewildered by, the fine
display of furniture. But she soon yield-
ed to the seductiveness of several bed-
room suites, and other furnishings for
house. She also purchased a cook stove
and two Banner oil beaters. Mary then
added to her list a beautiful rattan
rocker, saying as she did so: "John will
like an easy chair to rest in during the
cool summer evening and equally de-
lightful evenings of the winter." After
having their wants filled the party de-
parted, and voted that Nivers' was the
place to buy furniture.
"A pretty good start," said the old
man. "We will now go to Mason & Wall
Co's. hardware and crockery store.
There is not an establishment in the
county that carries a finer stock of light
hardware and fine crockery than this
store." When they arrived at this pop-
ular store Mary was more than de-
lighted with the magnificent display of
fine crockery and glassware. She bought
a full "lay-out" including a number of
jardenees and fancy dishes. After that
she turned her attention to kitchen
utensils. She purchased everything
needed in a well regulated kitchen, which

to locate a good market. where you can
get good. fresh. wholesome meats and
poultry at all times., and according to
my notion .I. Oduiii' market is the
place. This is the boss meat market in
the city and is popular with everybody
who is particular to have the best. The
reoa.on for all this is because Odum is
very cavieful in thle selection of his stock
and buys nothing but the best, and keeps
it on cold storage so that whatever you
get there is always nice and fresh. Then
talk about his steaks-why 1 never heard
of anyone getting a steak at Odumn's but
what it was so tender that a chicken
could bite it right in two. To keep John
inll good humor. Mary. trade at 4 lieini's
every time."
While John and Mary were pondering
as to where their uncle would take them
next. the old gentleman suddenly re-
marked. "And another place I want you
to visit. children. is the ice factory which
is conducted by the Daytona Ie t'Com-


nee in Wich Daytona

Prominent Part
respectable and not half try. Prices
mighty reasonable, too." Kost & Gwin-
ner were subsequently contracted with
to do the painting and paper-hanging in
the new house.
"BHalt!" commanded Klondyke Bill, as
the party came in front ol Gille's drug-
store. "Walk right in." "Why, Uncle,
we're not sick and- "Guess I know that
too," laughed the old man. "But I sua-
pect it won't be long before this young
man begins to take an interest in pare-
goric and-" "U-n-c-l-e!" "We'll go in
anyhow and get acquainted, besides
Mary may find some toilet articles she
wants." Sure enough, before leaving he
was loaded down with combed, brushes,
face powders and several bottles of fine
perfumes. "Don't forget," added Uncle
Bill, "to come here with your prescrip-
tions, as W. F. Gille, Jr., is a compe-
tent pharmacist who uses none but pure
and reliable drugs. And before we go
any further you had better buy a bottle
of Gille's Pine Tar Cough Balsam-for a
cough or cold I can recommend nothing
"Now, John, before I forget it let me
give you a little advice about buying
groierie... You must patronize a greer
on whom you can depend for honest
weights and strictly first class goods."
"'Who can you recommend, Uncle, asked
Mary. "*Well. to my thinking I). F. Mor-
rison's is the place. I have known Mr.
Morrison ever since bhestarted in business
and I have always found him perfectly
reliable. You will always find his store
stocked with every possible thing in the
way of staple and fancy groceries, and
they are always fresh and first class.
Then, talk about the coffee he keeps!
I know both of you youngsters like good
coffee, and if you want to keep peace in
the family you will buy your coffee of
D. F. Morrison."
Say. Uncle, how about a bakery?"
"'Why bless you Mary, you want to go
to thle trailing Bakery., ofcourse. Their
cake pies and cookies are conceded by
everybody to be the finest on earth.
Itenmentdr..John. there's no use having
wifei' bother to make bread, for Mrs.
Graumling can make good bread
-not regular baker's bread but
good home-made bread just like your
mother use to make. Then when you
go fishing just have your lunch put up
at the Gramnling Bakery-l've ate lunches
and lunches but I never struck anything
that vamne up %w ith the ones they put up."
"'As you are going to keep a horse,"
continued I'ncle Bill. "we had better go
down to the Halifax Wagon Works and
get acquainted with M. M. Godwin, the
proprietor. Mr. Godwin makes wagons
and carriages, and then he can shoe a
horse about as well as anyone I know of.
He understands perfectly the construe.
tion of the horse's foot, knows just what
kind of a shoe is required and knows
how to put it on scientifically; in fact
M. M. iGodwin is the best blacksmith aud
wagoiuniaker to be found in Volusia
"Say Tncle. where can we tind a good
dry goods store, I must admit this heavy
dress is not appropriate for this warm
climate"" "Just so, just so." answered
the old man. "We'll go right up to
Moore Brothers. They probably have
the finest line of dry goods in Florida,
and they are especially well up on dress
goods. By thie way, Mr. Moore told me
only the other day that the firm had
just received a new lot of the finest sum-
mer creations. And while you are there
you had better buy whatever else you
need in their line. I'll pay for whatever
you want, you know." said the old gent
from Klondyke, within a smile. "Don't
you need a new pair of shoes? They
have just received a new line of the noted
"LaFrance" shoes and. by Gnm! they
are about thie swellest thing I've seen in
these many moons. Ilet me tell you
they'd look tine on your little tootiale-
wootsies" When they left Moore Bros.
I'ncle Bill had his arms full of everything
imaginable, of Mary's selection.
"By Jinks!" exclaimed the old man.
"I almost forgot to tell you where to
get your meat. Now the next thing is

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Fishing Tackl
Bikp Supplies


at the NOVELTY STil
for anything t following : v
Newspap ers m r
Musical Goods Arltli. IMq
Fruit Nab
Clocks Wsebm
Toilet Articlm Poet Kalvue
e Sporting Goods Games
Bird Cages and Glass
Supplies School Suppli
Window Shades Masks
Toys Notions

Lowney's and Wiley's Chocolates always fresh. Sewing machine for se,
for rent, and repaired. All sorts of tools and machinery repaired promptly.
......Picture Frames Made to Order......

SIf You Cannot Find ^. A
SWhat You Want ...... IX l UloN W gAmu

The Second Shipment of our





The Line Consists in Part of

Plumatis Cords
Woven Madras

Beverly Dimity

Satin Stripe Dimity


Linon Madras

Gelatea Cloth

Also a full line of....


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

floore Bros.

best ice in the State of Florida. Ibeause j when he took him to the Globe.
it isn made from Adam Schantz' famous "'Now .John. you just go up to the Up-
Lily Water. The ice is very clear and is to-Date Tonsorial Parlor and have your
just ias pure as it can lie made. We'll Is-ardllets amiipimtated, and then there will
just tell Mr. Wicking to uend around a be no danger of Mary being ashamed of
chunk every day. when the house is c'oin- you."
pleted." "Oh. I ne'l." exclaimed Mary. "you
At this point, somewhat to the con- have bwen so good to us." ".Just don't
fusion of John. the- old man indulged in mention it." answered the old man, "We
a half serious criti.ismn of his personal forgot one thing, but then Niver keeps a
appearance.. "'You are decidedly offI full line. and I will pay for the beat
style for a townsuian." said he, and we wwn: vh you neel one."
had better go .o the Globe and see' aIboult *Why, what ican it be?"." anked Mary in
sonlil new duds. This is an up-to-date gr-eat surprise.
place. where they understand the chung-- "\'Well. it's a lCaby marriagee and-'"
ing styles and are noted for good fits. lIBt Mary had fainteld.
and I'll bet you'll look more like a newly
married mlan when you get togged out
in one of the Globw's new suits. Accord- For Sale
ingly. having found goods and prices nalL t .....mL ... ;.i..i....... ..


. 3'4

Bingham n Maley

... Have just received a tine line of....

Rockers and Chairs, Baby Carriages,

Go Carts, Refrigerators and Rugs.

%4l at qs

They sell Sherwin-Williams Paints.


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mla ,mmquDwetions on live topics of
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S tab>o personal grievances or quarrel
will not be published except over the
writer's signature, and at our regular
advertising rates.

Entered at the Poetofe at Daytona,
Florida, as Second Class Matter.

f Saturday, March is, 19O2.

Of entertainment to be given at Wil-
S Omans Opera House Wednesday even-
ing, March 19th:
B Part I.
(opening performance at eight p. m. sharp. )
OV3TUIRE-Barberof Seville Orchestra
POpULAR MEODIES...Magnolia Quartette
S O ndreTd Beautifully colored Views
(Stereopticon) of the unrivaled %cenic
beauties of tho East Coast of Florida"
Scenes from St. Augustine. the Halifax
River country and tribute ry streams.
Views of beabreeze. Daytona, Palm
searb and Miami.
Sketches of Palmetto Uroves. Pineapple
Plants. Cocoanut Tree. Ocean views and
S River scenes,. and noted places where
travelers and tourists sojourn when the
Ice King rules the North.
.......Mr.A. C Barnett
MILLER and MAID .... Miss May Passman
Part II.
DING OF THE WIND ... Orchestra
WALK (High Class)....... Art
Famous Georgia Artist,
Mr. Hannibal Ormond Overton
Miss Magnolia Olivett Halifax
P ^ ORNA (Return to Me) .
Mrs. Carrie Lockwood
CAMP MELODIES Chas. F. Burgman
SChorus by Mognolia Quartette
ABLEAtr The Sunset of a Dying Race
J. H. Nelson and Jo. Sullivan
S The foregoing program is subject to change
Special arrangements have been
made with the Traction Co., and liv-
ery stables for one fare for round
trip. Passengers will be taken up
in front of auto office, postoffice.
Schmidt Villa and intersections of
n north bridge and Peninsula Bridge
Co.'s road.
Seats reserved 75 cents: each holder
of a reserved seat ticket will be pre-
sented with a handsome souvenir
containing 114 illustrations of the
S ast Coast of Florida, Daytona and
. SBeabreeze: other seats 50 and 25 cents.
Come early and secure your seats.
For reserved seats 'phone Sea-
breeze 113.
The management of the Ormond
hotel will bring the Princess Issena
down from Ormond to Seabreeze for
the benefit of guests.
McCoy Bros. will place Columbia at
the disposal of the Ormond people.


One of the most enjoyable parties of
the season was the one given by Frank
A. Ehret, of New York, at Schmidt's
Villa Thursday evening. Mr. Ehret in-
vised a number of his friends to drop in
aa' 1ad the evening with the guests of
the Villa. The entertainment wan not
thought of until twelve hours before it
occurred but every little detail was as
well looked after as if a week had been
spent in preparation.
Eight tables were set in the dining
room and the guests played proresive
eachaelor a couple of hourn. The prizes,
which were exceptionally nice. were car-
ried off by the following ladies and
Mstlsmen: Ladies' first prize, Mrs. Mit-
.ie; ladies' second prise, Mr. William
C. Courtney; adies booby prize, Mr. N.
i. Breese; gents' first prizes. Mr. Tread-
well; geut' second price, E. B. Grogan;
{pits' booby prize, Edw. Fitsgerald.
After the distribution of the prizes the
floor was cleared and those who desired
had an opportunity to trip the light
atastiac. Miss Mickel. one of the charm-

" lag young ladies who is stopping at the
Vila, rendered several vocal solos which
were loudly encored. Mr. Ehret enter-
tained the gathering by a couple of in-
strjmental selections. After this William
C. Courtney was called upon for a reci-
tation, and it was so loudly applauded
that he was obliged to hold the floor
until be had rendered several more. Roy
P. Barker, sang several of his comic
soung which. as usual, were highly ap-
Very delicious refreshments consisting
of punch, ice cream and cake were served,
S the im ream being prepared by the
caterer, William Stiling.
Mr. Ehret and Mr. and Mrs. Schiuidt
deserve great credit for the success of
the evening.

The public will be glad to learn that
the Hawaiian Glee Club will again
appear in Daytona. They will give a
concert and dance at the Opera
House next Wednesday evening un-
der the direction of Messrs. F. N.
Conrad, F. J. Niver, Geo. L. Watson
and W. H. Peters. Tickets can be
had by applying to the committee or
at the Palmetto Drugstore.

Mrs. W. 8. Newton had a rather excit-
ing experience with a negro thief Friday
eveaig of last week about supper time.
Mhs discovered him in the orange grove
making away with a lot of fruit and she






-------a ~ .a a se s~ o 11 D U aU v.uv&

.aooeo.owswuwuwwwwwww~~ww~-------- -

It is a Fact

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


Longe's Old Stand.

'Phone 19.

COVMA&V S~hItStVm amdSaIeind Avme

Earl Foster has been on the sick-list The Grand Atlantic register shows 126
this week. arrivals during the past week.
J. E. Rush entertained his brother. I The matter of numbering the street
C. W. Rush, of Dunnellon. Fla., a few has again been taken up and will no
days last week. doubt go through this time.
C. R. Miller, president of the Commer- Rev. D. J. Yerke-, 1). D.. and wife, of
cial Savings Bank. of Adrian, Mich., is at Plainfield, N. J.. anr very pleasantly lo-
the Bennett House. He in accompanied cated at the Benn.tt, and will probably
ley Mrs. Miller. remain until after the middle of April.
Hon. C. L. Smith and R. I. Wall left Rev. Yerkes has been pastor of the Bap-
Monday to attend the Grand Lodge of tist church at Plainfield for 3S years.
K. of P., at Tampa. They are expected
home today or tomorrow. We have noticed several horses during
the lpat week that were in such condi-
M. S. Rowley and wife and Mrs. J. S. tion that they were unfit to lxw driven.
Smith, of Madison. Wis., are among the Daytona has any number of missionary
late arrivals at the Hotel Despland; also associations but no humane society. If
J. F. Horner, St. Louis, and H. T. John- the laulie would direct their attention
-- -. # 1 :.-1. ... 1 1- ...1 i-.

son and wife, Jerney vlt. along this line IIuch goi 4111i '>du I
During the balance of the winter sea- J'tmielish'l.
sonthe postofee lobby will be open Mr. and Mrs. Miaurive II. Osborn. of,
Sunday from 9 to 10 o'clock in the fore- Buffah, Y. .who hare bl-.n slending
noon. and from 1 to 2 and 4 to 7, in the part of th. winter in IhLr.and. spe non
aferoo ano in aeavr .:'"".n..

--I I- ..--n3..... incr t luw hors he

stopping at the hon|> of thIn' ledit

will ue Lopen i d uri. gin-nr Osborn is a prominent elc-tri
mail is not being distributed. olp.rator, :iild tliiaiy take. :n int
the iprojectel r,,adl Iet wt.n l Ivayt

-- The (AZETTE-NEVWS and (
The Daytona House was a scene of Quick Print Shop have a
much merriment on Saturday evening, goat that is rather frisky.
the event being the celebration of two of offer a five dollar gold piece
the most popular guests of the house, first person riding "'Willian
Mrs. A. H. Weil, a charming young teen feet without falling off.
widow of Charlotte, Mich., and W. W. body invited. The fnn wi
Boyer from Farmer, N. Y. Four of the place at :3 o'clock Monday aft
guests acting as a committee were Mr. March 24th.
Saunderson, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Taylor
and Miss Jacobs. An elaborate pro-
gram was prepared and very successfully TABILI oo f TIDE
carried through owing to Mrs. Miller's 49k beginning" Mnarh16, 1
active work as chairman. Each of the I, bii I 1E
"-Heavenly Twins" received handsome a. nM.
gifts. Mrs. T. L. Rogers, the popular Sunday...... .................. 12:02)
hostess, presented the birthday cakes Monday............ ........ 1:0s
gaily decorated with colored candies Tuesday...................... 2:146
forming the initials, and figure 37, rep- Wednesday........................ 3:20
reeentingthe anniversary ofthe"twins." Thursday.......... .......... 4:21
An appropriate poem with local hits, Friday............................... :14
written by a guest was read by Mr. Ed- Saturday........................ 6:03:
mister, of Lincoln, Nebraska. which LOW TIDE.
caused considerable mirth. After the Sunday.............................. :26
jolly game of "Cinderella and the slip- Monday.......................... 7:35
per," and the distribution of prizes, re- Tuesday ........................ 8:44
freshments were served, the evening Wednesday.................... 9:47
wound up with dancing, when the jovial Thursday ......................... 10:42
host, T. L. Rogers, lent a helping hand Friday ..........................11:32
by opening the ball with the charming Saturday ........ ...12:19

.p...p*.*p*** so$.*Soo


We have just received a large
stock of goods manufactured
by the National Biscuit Co.
They are strictly high Krade
and nothing can et found to
equal them. Here are Noime
of then.

Uirahamn Wafers
Brownie Wafers

Fruit Cake

Almond Bon lBous
Butter Gems
Five O'clock Teams
O wega Crawkeras
Minuette Wafers
Water Biwcuit

Morrell'I sBreakfact Btan. the
tinest that monlley an bly.

We haLve the largest and finest
line of cereal foods in the city.

We have the largest assortmeiut
high grade canned goods in the
county. The price,. of course
are right.



The Candy Make

Valley St., Seabi

Is prepared to fliniit'h ftin. fresh hlmei-,
u aud. .caudies ,eit her at \wholesale or
retail., it hls tore- in Se.raberve. Try th,'
Salt Water Taffy Itiaidics fresh daily.

It. 1) \ INNINi;.


F. W. SA *-Puipkrf
Rates: $2 and UnpwUd Spn to


Thompson, .. .Ti...

High Grade Taioring r pecialty.
Suite made to order for $18 and
up; Pants for $4 md upwards
clmns e--m esaeaI-s at m..m.. R Ioms
Cottage Ave., rear of City Hotel.

WAXTra-8s-vuAL PamssON or CHAx.
acter and good reputation in each state
(one in this county required) to repre-
sent and advertie old establhed
wealthy business house of solid fnanial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expenses additional, all payable in cash
each Wednesday direct from head offles.
Horse and carriage furnished when see-
cemary. Referencen. Enclose self-ad-
dreswd-stamped envelope. Manager,
316 Caxton Building, Chicago.

hye OAKS
Beautifully Located on Ridgewood Ave..
Daytona. Florida.

it t ;

Wm"n roNDELBc'r Liem A SmAflZT

Full supply of all kinds of eledtltal
appiam and supplies always on hand

SpWd Atnmu Dto Mims WPk.

Daytona Ice Co.
WM. WcKIxo, Manager.


Made from Distilled Water.

Factory open from 7 to 12 Sundays.

Voluesa Awom% *and aile*ad.



*a 'Jr O gB W um w We you byex.
POVW w on wbby ro wbmk-

J. co 5*MB 5- CO.,

when w ihri pm. ...Mu th mp.P



Ladies' shoes, mizes 3 to 4. regular prke $2.50, now only.............$S.25
Mismen' shoes, sizes 13 to 2, regularprif' $*1.20, now......................90
Children's Oxfords, 3 to 8, reWglar prive 3-0 )ents, now..................25
Boy's, 3 to 4, regular price'.1.001.now....................... ..... .5*
Men's Patent Leather. satin calf, re-gular :$3..-0 -t
See our line of Enamel Ware. Station.,ry, etc. Pianos andi organs.
Onrdrs left for piano tuninig will rn.,,ive prompt attention.


Fancy Wood Worker.

Doors and Window Screetn. Picture A V RD A C EY
Mouldings made to order. All kinds of 1e V B A
Furniture Repairing done on short notice MOss a]
at reasonable prices. Dealer in Second Handl Furniture andl StloveS.
Ymir 01i 1
Second Avenue, oplumite S.hiinidt's 1Vill.h

Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA.

A niww houre, heatetl.throughout by hot
air. new furnishings, everything
to make guesntcoulfartable.
iRates Realsonable.

or Mr. .11rMrs. Goore Slvllell. Prov.
i ro.d -
,,,, "h5/e Palms
: is .....u--r.. ..o.e-lie.u-

to the
m" fif-
II take


house is lbeautifully situated on Ve Northern

Reach Street facing the Halifax
River. The rooms are large and
the tablle board excellent. The
house is but three blocks from the
lpostoffice and convenient to all
the cihur-hes and but one mile
from the beach. Rates reasonable.
.f. McCOLLI'M, Proprietor.


1:43 A large line of granite waresjust received.
4:50 See the bargains on our 5 and
11:01 10 cent counters. Don't Tmiss it.


Moore's PAINTS.

I Nier & Son,

reeze, J. H Niver & Son,

S~amee Old Stutil.

I \tt.,rii..e at ,l.;,. C. A. Bl
I -l.aiid. Florida.
Will plractiC, in S;ittn andl Federal 'Courts
-- Northes

S Having Jiurrlha-',! Mr1 l.iiidllrg',. iln -
ten-.t ill t la .- ak.ry I'u.ini,ess. I hativ'
l'l re oved tie t h....
Harroun Building P
in thal r-artf thati-(l .rI HCese. vwhe-iv l I (',.murillv l.
will o liltitio that t i tiufai t iare of IBread.
I Pies. tCakes anld all kinds of ltaker's
goodds. and will furnish nFa-ncy Cakes.:
Macaroot' n. Ki.-'s. ,t,'. t iar i ler. <)rd'r-4
also, tak'.n ,iir liin I, fCl.V I- u, ('4sii" Daytonia.
aiiIl lies. put up in lbri-ck fori if i dlsirdl.
* Tlhanikinag all my forr-.ir patirois fur ------
Sthir trtheir thalt in l thia- t 1 ihope to i.ritS .
t' tultll inue ,' of tha' a lln... I llaind smet lile.
m. ~Sanitary

Losley ,,, G,

Titus 4 4



Hot Luuifhes served at all hours.
. Oyster stews a slpecialty.

1 0



,rim and Westos'n


ulttry, *tc.

A s --- -- ~


J. L. Odum, Prop...tor.
The finest Market South of Jacksonville.
A full stock of all kinds of Fresh Florida
and iWestern Meats.
Poultry a specialty.

Architect. Builder 5
and Contractor. 0
Residence and office, northeast corner of !
Ridgewood and Volusia avenues.
'Phono 49. DAYTONA, rLA


Centrally l..cated. Rates Modeerate.
A. OSBORNE. 'Proprietor.
O(Irane A Vene. Ilaytonir,. Florida


FISH and

Received flevshl ev
and delivered I
11nuy part of the' v
\\e o, [ II the' fi

rl'y II, inI II;.
,ro itnptlvy it
ity ....... .......

a I S .. I t

Gay LONGtEr" &-

E. G. LONG & CO.
I* ha t ..

im-atd (pt 1;at-h'Stmet. ANTIK:D-SCEVElAL ESOSO
actitr aandW((I, ICCmlr, IIItaIitaa f I i I I-ach -.-lIa 4.
21; ( ~()If$- ill this eOueIPIat v ro- aia.l 94) te t-a1t'pr-
sc-IaIt ataid d :41% .'rtjs.*- 4)141 tal d irhaI ifl4
weltajIthaylY fa.ejucllee Cist1111.44 tf -aaho iel faacaiaal
Ulria.stua Il Iiatig. SaulairY A11,14.4C4) % to-kk.v wthI
-- .~jsaise~s aicliitilpfnail. ah .111 ltl 4mae.1sha
e.1i,11 W .4,huaei..la % I irC-t fri clii h14ad jl attiive,.
0 SB URN L, hIIe..; aI -W N i ~fa c i 611-. 11,11whieii ies-
t.5 a1i* % lte~f.rviimia's.. E11-14 aIi se-' sef-aea -
Iressedelstuaiansmah eaithmjel .wfataiiat.r..


I11.4 Witter He'atineg

E.stinates Furniihed. Work Guaranteted
'. O. Bx 28-5,.
Offie' at European Hiotel. Shop in rear.
Daytona, rl.-

Do You Smoke?
W,1ll, then you like fine
Cigars. You will find the
finest qualities, and the
largest assortment at the


That's the way you'll find our bread.
Not occasionally good. but good all the

9 45a
11 8a
11 45a


nd Fiber MattresMs
Furniture Maile as. ;Good as l New.
l'lhone DA.TO.NA. F1O



LOCAL TiME CARD No. 38. In Effect January 1I%1IM
9M VF OSI ~n uv~U .

gem ...~.,. ,I~m. iuj MAIN LINEm m~~m.ilam.elam.mn

SUplIUSp 75~a 940a

p IU~p 75a940a
S u O p (; ) 5 4
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OP3UP10 47: 01 P
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l4~ S~pIV ap 003p
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U07P 7p
... .. ... ...... 7302 p
I SiA 8 0 pIS50p 3jXp
... .. 2 p '. .. .. 2 p
....... 6 33P .... .. SO
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... ...I p
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LT....JacksonTille....Ar 700p 710p 0 SOp
.....So. Jacksonville..LvY 5 p ....... .......
...... t. Augustine...... MOp 2l0p l0p
.........Hastings......... l p1, .........
.......East Palatka....... 4 53 i 3 25p 10Sp
.......... Neog .................
.........Bunnells......... P ..... .......
.......... Dupont......... .... .
...... Ormnond ......... 31p 17p 7tp
D........aDytona......... ^as. is0p SUp
.......Port Orange....... 3 21 .......
:.......New Smyrna......3 p lp Ip
......... Oak Hill ......... 2381 ..............
.........Titusville...... 2 op 2 p *sop
............Co c a ......... 2 .
........ Rockled... ....... 1t,:i 2 15p p
........ Eau Gallfi. ....... 12 23p l 3p p
........ 1elbourn.......... 1 13i 1 p I lip
........ Sbasrtian ........ 11M t a
......... t. Ltn. rl .......... 1 .. ........
....... F: rt 3 p
........ hif v. ... i. t .,
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........... Eden........... ............
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.......... Stuart .......... O a &..............
....... Hope Sound....... 9 Ba..............
....... \V ,st Jupiter ...... l ....... ......
Ar..West Palm Beach .... 8 a1044. 1j p
.Hotel Royal Poinciana. 823a1086a 1 p
Lv....The Breakers...... 3820al1080a 1 a p
.Hot*el Royal '",inhiana. 8 10al') '20a 1 i p
....West Pt'lin B.-ach..Ar 8 0a0 ItJ lUa1U p
......... B V uritn ......L v 7 85a .............
..... F art Ltuderdale..... 63s a ..............
....... Lei'nr, City ....... 558 6 a ..............
Ar....... Miami ......Lv 650a 82)a11100&



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Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustie.
*N.3,*N.27 *NB*No.29 *No.3137 ***.** *J**
Lv. Jackhonvillle........ 7 6 a uf e 4 ) 12 55 .j2 3p 00 00 0 pl I pi I 3p p
A r. St. Augu.stiner:t).. .'4'a )- W:1i' d 3 30 1; I O 0 pl) 91 0g a p, 9 S9 p S6p
M..98'1No.92 No.16 'No*4 3'o.36 No.38 *M.78*0e.74*lefe le.s
Lv. St. Augustine..... a # n8 a 4 m ;Ytt a!I It aIt 40 a: 5 50 pl 6 p10p i 3 W pI
Ar. Jacksoivill. 7 ) .P 9(1) a I LI a 1, a 12 0Op 7 00 7 10 p 7 30p p

STATI:IN.. N.7N4*m5;.55 .bS

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S..JI ack wnv I .I e'8 a" :1 6 2 3 ) I0a3 203 p Ar.E. l ,'utk 1,; -a l 1135 2 U PI p 6 aSp1 S2iP
Pablo Beach .... 9 I0) a1 6 1)55 a 2 4
AtlanticBr. ech 1 a 7 O p.ie 106 a 23 1 EAST PALATKA TO PALATXA.
Ar. Maypi'rt........ l 9)a 715PI4 )R I 1i 3 "
XAYPORT TO JACKSONVILLE. _.T46 *N" "o.48* 5*01.52*US,
-- LV. E.P T*!,A. S 4 1)a, 4 -)|ll 48 | p 247 pi 5 3 P
8TATIONS. Ij*Mo. *No.18 ,N.20' Ar. l':r.atksa ,c>a IC %o al2 08p1 3 07pi 5 UP
sLv. Mayp"ert .. 'a .4. S 'N a sas MATno BIAKCH.
Pablo Be ach.... 5 p I*57*No.4OSplI, 1S-T...o. .4*..T..
.J -cksonllle.177ta? 5371)12 22p _",' ,_"s_45" "S
Ar. Jacksonville .. 7 3, a 15 4P:12a 30 6 7 ,7 E.v P l'alatka.. Ar 8 M a 7 T p
SANFORD BRANCH. 1 -a .'4an' 'ateot.. v ) ia 7 P
*O lII1 srTATION1,. 1*1o0.12 .
a Lvy.......... .tl.svil ......... r 2 ., -3 T e.2
7 isa.............N. 111"3.............."I'C7' "3 ,1., ; N. S ,YrrLa. Ar 1 40 ;,: i_
as ........: .. O- n. ..........f...14 t 5 p A 3!: .* t .-., el- .... 12 1 S| P
M .. ............F t a:r.........." ;' _. "."..t',- L..'3j3l SP
"93.Ar .. .. an.............Lv : 1n1 : .Lx .' S4:
*Daily. Dai!y. except Sun-.lay. iC; .... '1 .!: .dayt.a ,y.
Trainasdonot s"t-'patsta'll<' .;" P nt .. ii h o -noa4 wn..
The.i Time Tahics show th. timn.-,s at 'i,.; t i : ,t" !,. '.*,v''te, to arriv. %i, derI
from the several "tatins., but their arrival .r tl.p k.. .. *" tin e.i ,a t.e ,if n' .uarantSd
nor does the mlpany huld itftlf re puaoln, ,ur any d,. ty or aniy cnsu~ecs a

Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miamdl
Commencing January # :,'n..>
Lv. M ama, Mone.,Thurs"................. p L Na*u, .. $. ........
Ar. Nassau,Tue., Fri..-................. BoXp I Ar.v Ni:a l r., aS .......
Commencing FLebruarv 3, lD 2. 1
Lv. Miami. Mons., Weds., Fr ....... .3 00p l Lv i:a TN Thur.; ..; .. ...
Ar Nasauu.Tues.,Thurs., Sat......... s3oa Ar. Namania. ''.. ri.'.. Fr, ...S
Commencing Jan'uary 1 1'2. s.2.
Lv. Miami.Suns.. Weds ... .. 11 30p ILv. Ha' ana -ru Fri4 12 .0Sf
Ar. Havana .Munm,%...ThursI -. ,, .. I -....-. -.aU -

+.4 ,


NI M ;. i, \w i. l'ropri..:t.r.

N I N V -.ACU' It lE'S OF...
Fine Wagons
and Carpiages.

General Blacksmithing and Repairing.


First Class WorK n

, i

rT .3**



This popular home-like boarding


Shop near Bond & Bond 1,11"Alocr Yard.



STATIONN. jN6.5i-Me-171,Me.19 No.21

I e-,nL-



We have just received an elegant le of Burnt Leather Goods,

of purses, card cams,

A-lL --match smtcbes

etc. These have "Daytona" burnd o the reverse side.


you should see toa apprate. 4 4 4 4 4

We are still closing out our MENS' SUITS.




Wt'Try a package' of Cuban Split*-at
Pool Roonm.

Henry Titus spent last Sunday at Ti- Prof. Miller, the great slight-of-hand
turiflle. artist at the olpera house tonight.
iW'A fine stock of new embroideries IltILovely new Easter novelties at
and laes at Hill's. Clark's jewelry and stationery storn.

Gala night at Wilmann' opera houme.
Seabreese. Man-h 19th.
mIf lim Slough still makes those
pretty shell pins for visitors.
Poetofflke Inspector Peer wan- in Iay-
tona Tuesday and Wednesday.
glOGents will certainly find what they
want in the line of shirts at Hill's.
Prof. Miller. the great slight-of-hand
artist at the opera house tonight.
Mim Evelyn Goddard is assisting
Photographer Harris in the printing

I@Solio and Rex printing papers also
solio toning solution. Harris' Studio,
*phone 91.
Rev. Jan. T. Tucker, D. D., of the New
Jetsey Conference, will preach at the First
Methodist Episcopal church tomorrow
evening at 7:45 o'clock.
W. H. Peters has the new addition to
his Ridgewood home completed and
painted. Mr. Peters now has one of the
nicest places in the city.
MiNs Hawk, sister of Rev. J. B. Hawk,
this city, arrived from Birmingham
Teseday, where she has been visiting a
brother, enroute from Illinois.
PLnrde MGeo. M. Ward, of Rollins
Colh, W in Daytona Thursday and
delivered a very interesting address be-
oree the Palmetto Club on "Education."
The executive committee of Pinewood
t('ery are trying to sell stock so as to
mable them to build lenes, put in side-
walks and make general improvements
to the cemetery.
M-em Lou Ott, who recently purchased
a bome on the peninsula, was quite ill
last week at the home of Meners. Reed
and Eannis. She is now much improved
mad able to be about.
Mr. Jones and Miss Diton are two
very competent ladies' haird ssers, who
are "n the city. They also make up all
kinds of hair goods. Address then by
mail and they will call at your home.
IWWinter has gone. summer is here;
bay a summer hat at M<4ore's.
Mis Libbie Stewart. aged 56 years,
died at the home of her mother on Fair-
view avenue last Sunday. The funeral
was held Tuesday, Rev. Hawk ofticiat-
ing. Miss Stewart was stricken with
apoplexy Thursday evening and died on
the third day following.
IW'Graham and rye han-ad at the
Gramling Bakery.
Nearly a year ago Miss Brown insti-
tuted a parliamentary club in high school,
and it has proved a grand success.
Now. every fortnight, on Friday after-
noon, literary programs are in order.
The public is cordially invited to attend.
without money and without price.
ir'New Oxford tics for ladies at Moore
Halifax Chapter, No. -o. conferred the
R. A. degree on "three worthy brethren"
last Thursday night. The chapter was
also visited by John R Wetherell, dist-
trict deputy. who complimented the
chapter on it*i excellent work. After
labor toothsmne r4ereWhnments were
served. Companions from other places
were present.
'yThe material you want for anll
Easter gown at Hill's.
We have heard many regatta expressed
by visitor. and others because Daytona
had no golf links If there is any one
thing that is needed here it is a golf
ground. James A. Rose. of the Hotel

Watch for the big entertainment at
Wilmaiis' opera house. Seabireze.
The City Hotel has lmn entertaining
an unusually large nutmnber of ldrummaners
this week.
Skilled work. This you c-an feel sure
of getting if you take your watches to
Wray's (jeweler) Music Stoire.
The GAZITT:r-i-NEWs is on sale at ('lark's
and Barnes news stand every week. It
is also on file in all the leading hotels
throughout the state.
f._Mrs. Spangler will take Ipupils in
dancing, society or fancy steps, at reas-
onable rates. Children' class meets
Saturday at Keating's Casino at 2 p. in.


Two lots on Ridgewood avenue, be-
tween sIt and 2nd avenues. each
S.5 x 300.
Lot on 2ind avenue near Ridgewood,
7.- x : MN).
lesidence on 2nd avenue. near Ridle- i
wood, lot 90 x :4H); ten large rooms,
including six bedrooms.
Four lots on 2nd avenue, near river.
ealch, 7.3 x 300.
Ifora., trap-warriage and harness..
Two spring delivery wagons.
One light wagon and harness.
One show case.
One platform scales.
One Hlowe counter scale.

Mason & Wall Co.

The directors io the EquitableBuilding
and Loan Association Ield a very ini- souvenir spoons at Clark's.
portant meeting Thursday evening of IPastry that is dainty,deliciois and
last week, and passed on several large nutritious at the Gramnling Bakery.
loans. The Daytona Telephone Co. now have
Thomas Goodall is greatly improving their Ormiond line in working order.
his handsome place on the peninsula. A royal entertainment at Wilhnaus'
He has treated his house and other opera house, Seabreeze, .March 19th.
buildings to new coats of paint, and hais
let the contract for the building of a I,.ELWter rabbits, chicks and little
boulevard from his honme to the ocean. IJainese birds for little people at
A number of Daytonians will visit the Two tk ridr ga a r
Charleston Exposition Florida Day. clever perforvano in front of the post-
March 28th.and Shriner's Day. April 2d. office Thur day.
Among those who are contemplating at- I
tending are. G. I. Ludwig. S. l. Gove. Mrs. C. W. Arnold returned Friday of
J. W. Wilkinson, Major Foster. Major last week from her visit with friends in
C. M. Bingham, Prof. C. E. Bichards. !the New England states.
John Maley, B. F. Hough and Ase mbly- Il' rain bread, the great brain devel.
man C. L. Smith. (oper and nerve builder. frelh elery day
UiCuban Splits make a ne sa ke---t at the G(ranling Bakery.
Pool Room .l >,..._.i .....i... ....... ..... .......i

The Palmetto is entirely tilled lup and from Ormond to Kingston, was visiting
several outside rooms are occupied. Of with Mrs. l.ratuling a few days this
course, like at all the hotels, the guest ,, week.
are coming and goilig so that its soon ais l l rSliihed liari always fresh at the
the-re is a vacanlit roo144i iItis isoon Ce'U- rallilling lhakery.
pied. Aoiing thil. maure prominent ar- R.. .. the E. chili
rivals during the week are; I). It. P'os- Rev. M-ers o the a. o. church,
ten. Columbu-. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. John south. left yesterday for anford to -
M.. Anderson, 'incinnati; Mr. and .rs. sist at a revival meeting, and during his
S. Jud. nd Mrs. ri A. Wi, absence his pulpit will be tilled by Rev.
Chas It. Judd. and Mrs. Sarah A. White, E. C. Savage.
Gra-nd Rapids.
Wa'Finely carved shell vases, traYs. lt-| I WM1 eKenzie will have a very ait-
dian heads. etc.. at C'lark's jewelry stole. tra.tive Easter display.
The lady guests of t palmetto are Benjamin F. Dunklee, the father of one
T"re lady guests of the Palmetto are
making elaborate preparations for a sale of the proprietors of tile Seaside Ill
of f.n' articles for the beeit 1 f i passed to the great t Beyond at his late
I. ta .i. hti ihle in Lowell.% Mass., the fourth of
Lnkc's Hospital at Jaicksonville, to be
held et M day tinlning 11 'clot'k, this month. ie was 7:4 years of age.
in the parlor of ThIe Palmetto. A linuti- a.The River View is mliost delightfully
ber of haliadsom.e routributions liave situated feuding lie Halifax river on tlie
been donated by town's people,' inclu'd- Seallreze- side between the two uplier
ing ltautiful needle work piev-e atnd bridg';.: well conducted and a table
other articles as the cause is a noblele tilone equal to higher priced houses. Call. see
and every body ilviore or le'ss is inite'ste'd pla,',' anll get terms.
in St. Lukes. Later on thlier will ie a
progresive cihlnv given fior tih betietit The Mtelbouirne correspondent to tihe
of the hospital. Timtes I union ahd Citizen, writing of the
__ Chautauqua. speaks thus of the audito-
riuia. which was erected by S. HI. Gove'
of this city: "The new auditorium.
built thronlgh the ge-nerosity of Williamn
-M1. Wells. of whoian Metlbourne is justly
lrotild. is one of tthe mio-4t perfect bluild-
ings of its kind iont the continent. It is a
gem from an ati hliitectural standpoint,
and most admniirailaly suited for the plur-
pose for which it wais uilt. The ae'cus-
tic plrolperties are all that eould I .de-
sived. Words spoken in an ordinary
t til of v oice' can tiI' heard plainly in any
part of the gre-at building"
Thirty 'ilinutes in fairyland, at Wil-
Simans* opeira liouse, Seahlreeze. Mav'hi 19.

about our stat,'enint as to qualiti,-.
PT'" 4" 9 .0- --




Is the largest and most comfortable excursion launch in these
waters; built last summer; fitted with a ten horse-power Globe
engine, whicn means reliability. The boat has glass cabin forward.

Makes tripe k-- Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
to the 1 O O leaving South Bridge at 8:30 a. nm.
Monday, Wednesday and New Smfrom So. Draw
Friday trips are made to NCW Tmy i 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.



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- *ak s 1O

SCH IDT'S VILLA Overlooking the Halifax River

The hotel commands a most attm
view in every direction and no SA "
location can be found in the viU7.
It is only one mile from t9 e .
and is convenient to the ap
poitoffice. churchmbe and public eholoc.
More sunny rooms than any other hot
in town. Bath room and lavatowlu

s3s. 502op ro NWI 010vowe. rW asmd sw'ward'.

Henry Schmildt. Proprietor. Dartona. Fla.

This house is new and is sitiiuted on North Ridgewood; has all modern e qs.l
venienBs, heated with hot air; and all outsiile rooms., singly oren quite. l*.
suite with l private bath; electric lighitsI now in uwie: broad varandahs; cuiiaen-
'ellent. Ialtes reasoinaitle, and everything Daytona, Florida.

Sabrwze A.venue. SEABREEZE. FLA.

Renovated and Newly Furnished.

J. L. HOWARD. Proprietor. A. C. BARNETT, ManagMr.

i ib *Fi-ri 5irinfl I ilnTr

:W*"'"*"*""**"*"*""****--:*"*"**F**i**** I m5 NU A I LAfN IHI U1 H I L
Weeding r GileANO &IAC0 LUILL
WuF 1 GiUlle J,& C t1h Druggists l
l^ --4, -**-** "_Opens December Ist.
The la.r. ,est andii Mist Ciiniplete Sti'k This popular hostlerv has. teen renmodled and enlarng to double its Kime; aceoao-
Sf )ris in l)aytonia. Pr-riptionms .*o- Imodats 2004 guests; it has been refurnishedl nnd deorated; electric lighted ad
i y t. ,rcit on thoroughly heated; has new billiard and sunoking rominis, new ladies' parlor md
pounded by sRgirsterd Pharinuuist only. sun parlor. The Grand Atlantic is situatedl on the water front and has beeatll
a e l ********* lawns, and south facing verandas; .t)ool Ioating and fishing front, our own pier.
R i aten moderate. Send for booklet. Jas. H. Johnson & Sos, rflmgrs
SP Perfumery and Toilet Articles. :1 -
TRY OUR PINE TAR COUH B.AISAM-2.e.,nts a bottle. E P A L M E TO
* each street. F W W W DAYTONA. FLORI D A 0
HAMRL N P************************************** RLIN ROP.


Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
flooring, Sidlg, Ceiling.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
'Phone 83
Offices and VYrds: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager

111 I The Nationts
"SAN MATE 0" Besthe gar.
It's all Florida.

Whly i uy inmpoI rted cilit:r-' iiil.-' fm -ro1 hl'i' i.' trIIi,-;clI til,e-'i.1 ilci-tI'ed with opiumt
and oltiherdrniu s. %% lieu yoi u iin iia *li th ri-'- I' iridli l.-ii f lit a tive-cent price.
lix of :t ..................*1 .. FREE.BY MAILJTO ANY ADDRESS.

S. W. ROWLEY, ^5,,^,,.


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.

M i. i. ,li itA \. 1 i ,I I". l. i "t \\-'.st oIf i'P.I toa ir .)




.-Kost & ;Gwinmwr. the painters and Spencer B Green
pialo-r haingrs. arv nrtiets in their line,
and yiou will make no mistake iin coii-
sulting tht.1-iq !2n4"Itnru Pt1
S anit P'uI

Ridgwood. inform, us that he will take [ he ( df tiLfioney --'
$1 000 stuxk if such an enterprise is ti
started and if the t of the largehotel we offer i just a pure ad li-i MACKENZIE Stean
would do like-wise the chances are that y it special inducmnts to
we would hare as good a golf ground tHyl 's, L myty's ering special inducements to W
we would have as good a golf ground y Ly S buyer. in leather novelties: shells cu- W ate
nt | in orda. V tw** t C i rios and souvenirs: a good variety to
att al o in.lotda -'t ... i..-


n and Hot os
TT -

r Heating. i

Now Open

Electric Lighted and Thoroughly Heated

Perfect Cu isine.

Hot and Cold Baths.

Everything Strictly First Class. Rates Moderate.

Daytona House

Rates from $7 to I$14 per week. Situatedl on Oranigep Avenue.
T. L. RODGERS, Pfopietor.

Seaside Inn
Directly on the ocean Itlac'h opposjIjiti'e DL'ytlonai. New and modern. as
and electric hells in every r'ooim. Niw oea en lpiel'r ;anId 'asino.
Dl)l'NKLEE & COSS. Proprietors. G;OIODALL... (fornirlylv .S.alre~-7.) FLORIDA.
SImmier hotel: 'Oct-an View House, Pigeon Cove, Mass.

Has a Select Ste wk of......
Perfumery and Fancy Toihct Articles.

DR. .I. M. JONES. proprietor., can t, consulted professioinlly during busiaee
llours; othice h(ouii Siundl ys., 9:AN) to 10::10 a. mIn 2:310 to 1:310 p. m.

Trowell's Express E Baggage Line -

'el'ephiune 93.

SOtle iii the I'p-t1i-Diat.- Btarlwr Sh.1I,

All Calls Given Prompt Attention.

Piano Moving a Specialty.

Seaside Hotel
collNADO \il
A wnew and up-tl-date li.I. t ith la."
iity,. glass enclostei stn pairlcor fl.''iitC I ti
Athlantic. It ha. 4411 feet ,t I .. l Ii.r
anidas; sittuuted o4tl the fat .mon .lili -i l'l
.. __ .i .. .... r..,. ..... ,.1h. i *" t li"

We are offering as an Advertisement a


with a view of Daytona on it with each

Purchase of $i.oo or Over

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141 1 A ,U


SThe last meeting of the Palmetto
abCb as Educational Day and Presi-
4 1^ Ward of Rollim college was the
gIp of homor. He gave a delightful
tak the subject, full of up-lifting
0lrtla thoughts, especially help-
d- to parents. He emphasized the
ft that true education is something
mmre than mere book-learning; the
*hlhly educated individual something
more than a book-worm. He showed
that Christian Education should
mean the well-balanced development
of individual character. He also
said: "If every man is his own archi-
tect, he is also his own builder. Let
him build carefully and well, for
character is eternal. It is a matter
of slow growth, not to be let out by
contract. Choose carefully the site,
not on the heights of power, nor in
the depths of science, nor in the halls
of pleasure. But be sure and choose
what you are best fitted for. Inheri-
tance and environment give us our
style. Test and be sure of your foun-
dation material, discard anything
that has not sterling worth. Then
rear the superstructure carefully and
well; not forgetting the finishing
touches of true courtesy and human
S kindness. Then consecrate the work
S to God. But even after we think we
are through we must still go on, add-
ing and enlarging. repairing and im-
av going so that the last of life shall
e more perfect and complete than
any other part."
After the close of the lecture the
ladies presented the school board
t with some pictures to be placed in
the public school. Then the after-
noon broke up into a social. Tea
was served, whilst the delightful
strains of Col. Post's orchestra made
a pleasing accompaniment to the
hum of conversation. The orchestra
also rendered several special selec-
S ions during the afternoon, among
them a charming 'cello solo.
After the intermission a brief busi-
S ess meeting was held, but nothing
of note transpired.
The next meeting is for the elec-
tion of officers.

CMir's Cour-- CAW.
Mrs. Joe McGrath, 327 E. 1st street,
Hutchinson, Kan., writes: "I have
given Ballard's Horehound Syrup to my
children for coughs and colds for the past
four years, and find it the best medicine
lever used." Unlike many cough syrups,
it contains no opium, but willsootheand
heal any disease of the throat or lungs
quicker than any other remedy. 2.5m.,
50c., and $1.00 at J. M. Jones.

So Swoet ai Pmamg am Taste I
Mrs. C. Peterson, 625 Lake St., To-
peka, Kan.. speaking of Ballard's Hore-
bound Syrup., ays: "It has never failed
to give entire satisfaction, and of all
cough remedies, it is my favorite, and I
must confess to my many friends that it
will do, and has done. what is claimed
for it-to speedily cure a cough or a
cold; and it is so sweet and so pleasing
in taste." 273c., 5.k.., and $1.00 bottle
at.J.M. Jones.

C.id Sdotc RheMeUmm.
Mrs. A. E. Simpson, 5.)9 Craig street,
Knoxville, Tenn., writes, June 10th,
1898: "' have been trying the bathe of
Hot Springs, Ark.. for m-iatic rheuma-
tim, but I get more relief from Ballard's
Snow Liaiment than any medicine or
anything I have ever tried. Emnlosed
And postofkce order for $1. a large bottle by Southern Express."
Sold by J. M. Jonets.





of So. Glen Fails, N, Y., des-
cribes a condition which thous-
ands of men
and women
find identical
with theirs.
Read what he
says, and note
the similarity
of your own
case. Write to
him, enclosing
stamped ad-
dressed envel-
L. D. Pwmse. ope for reply,
and get a per-
SOal corroboration of what is
her given. He says regarding
Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure:

-1 iferedargoizing pain in the left
brewand between my shoulders from
heart trouble. My hear would palpi-
tter, then skip beats until I
So s loner lie in bed. Nightafter
ight I walked the floor, for to lie down
would have meant sudden death. My
coditiog seemed almost hieless when
I takingDr.Miles eart Cw.e,

b thed me from the fait. Later
I took Dr. Miles Nervina with the
Heart Cure ad the effect was aston-
Ming. I earnestly imploresimilar sf-
i to give twhe remedies a trial."
Sold by all Druggist
m guMram toe.
Dr. MINe Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.


PIMc Note to Physita mnd Surgeons.
Office of Medical Examiners. (
Seventh Judicial District.
Orlando, Fla.. Novembnar 4. 1.901
In acordanc withan act entitled. "'A
Act to Regulate the Praitice of Medi
cine," et.., approved May 31. 1891., yoi
are hereby notified that the Board o
Medical Examiners in and for theSeventi
Judicial Dist-.t of the State of Florida
will meet at my office in Orlando. Orange
county, Florida. on Tuesday. April ,
1902. it being the seond Tuesday in tho
month. R. L. HARRIm. Seretury.

A Bad Breath
A bad breath means a bad
stomach, a bad digestion, a
bad liver. Ayer's Pills are
liver pills. They cure con-
man...m. #.:- C. Asn. a -..



,"Savannah Line."


New York. Boston and the East

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THEiCE via Palatial Epress Steamships.
Sallings from Savannah
Ships Every Week
To New York, making close connetions with New York-Boston ships or Sound
Lines. All ticket agents are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for
general information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservations, or call on
WALTER HAWKINS, General Agent, 224 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
P. E. LEFEVRE, Manager, E. T. CHARLTON, G. F. & P. A.
New Pier 85 North River, New York, N. Y. 3-15-02

Ash owl

MA citv

The Southern's Palm Limited
The Waington, Ri-hemond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida Xzpress

The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited

Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky."
Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
Ask Ibr Tlekos via Sntlers Railway. Cerrospdes Se olleited.

H. F. CARY., 71. P-. Am MU W V. Bay St, JackavUls, FIu.

Gm=W PassnageAg.=.
Washlgton, D. c
JammawV IS. 1902.

An't Gen' Pam Agm,
A. Atta, G-

Wallace's Curio and

Novelty Store opposite ShellBoat

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

PORT ORANGE, March. 13.-Last week
Doctor and Mrs. Chitic arrived from In-
diana and are comfortably settled in the
south half of Mrs. Brohm's house, corner
of Herbert avenu.- and River street.
They spent last winter here, so of course
they came back, and Monday Mr. Tho-
man. an extensive Hour manufacturer.
arrived and joined them.
('apt. M. A. Briggs and his little Myron,
who is only eleven years old, went fish-
ing in the Halifax opposite our town.
Myron. Jr.. caught a bass that weighed
20 pounds, he was justly proud of his
success. It is not the first large fish he
has caught. Last year he and another
boy caught a shark that measured ten
feet long.
Win. WVicking and a large party rode
down from Daytona Sunday afternoon
and took in the sights in and around



The Literary Society have placed a
fine bookcase in the postoffive for the
us.* of the library. It was built by S. M.
iangs and is very convenient.
Mr. anti Mrs. Lufberry invited Doctor
and Mrs. DuBois to join them on a short
tour in their steamer, the Marie, to New
Smyrna. Mr. Lufberry and the doctor
intending to make a trip to Lake Helen.
leaving the ladies to visit Cornado Beach.

at 4

HOLLY HILL, March 13.-On Wednes-
day a little son arrived to gladden the
hearts of Mr. and Mrs. Mabbette.
Among othet visitors early in the week
were Mr. Woodford and son, Mr. North,
of Welaka, Mrs. Hand and Miss Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. Merkel, who have been
spending the winter at Orniond, have
come to Holly Hill and are staying at
F. A. Mann's.

Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Heath. joined by
friends from Daytona and a party from
the Seaside Inn, made the Tomoka
River trip Wednesday. It was glorious
day, and the trees just coming into leaf
made the river very beautiful. Many
alligators were sunning themselves on
the banks. The party counted 31. The
Tomoka trip is certainly very enjoyable.
especially at this season of the year.

rishormomn Attontlont
Phillip T. White, of Port Orange, will
take out a party of two on fishing trip
for $2 00 per day, and furnish plenty of
bait. Boats, line and bait furnished for
$1.30 per day.
A Physician Writes.
"I amn desirous of knowing if the pro-
fession can obtain Herbhin in bulk for
prescribing purposes? It has bwn of
great use to me in treating cases of dys-
pepsia brought on by excesses or over-
work. I have lever known it to fail in

SCapt. Young drove down from Sea- restoring the organs affected to their
Breeze Tuesday with friends. healthful activity. 30k. bottle at J. M.
, Jones.
H. P Hand also was a welcome visi-
tor Tuesday. Mr. Hand has quite e-i Orange trees nave started to grow and
tensive interests here. if an extra late cold snap does not come
along they will soon have on their full
The card party Tuesday evening was spring suit. The trees in this section
a most pleasant affair and every one en- have gone through the winter without
joyed themselves. Mrs. Fozzard was any damage from cold and never looked
our hostess. better and stronger at this time of the
The yacht Dora returned Tuesday year, and with good seasons and care-
... ful cultivation they will make a growth




all the



from a



i PumI&C rom a. btsu'

C13 O1M~b rm i ta Slm

Porio, 80 cents..
by JE r AM F. ALLDSL ILed%, X%

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Soli by Dr. J. M. Jmss


The Great Through Car Line from Florida--C. nnections:
The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charleston, Richmond
TO THE E and Washington.
.JLUgtIOJ I The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
o The Southern Ry. via Jessup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
TO THE The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
S The Southern By. via Savannah, Columbia, Ashville
The.Mobile & Ohio R. via Montgomery.
_E_ A Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
TO THE E sT New York, Philadelphia and Boeton.
Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners Transpor
station company for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and steamers 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 Island via Boston and Canada,
Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Chariottestown.

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.
Addremses of parties in the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup-
plied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information am to rate, sleeping car reservations, etc., call on, or write t
F. M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent, 138 Went aiy St.. Jacksonville, Florida,
W. B. DENHAM, (General Superintendent, B. W. WRENN, Pas. Traffic Man.,
Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga.



Air Line Railway.


The Shortest Route..

The Itest Line'.

-.Z.-A =AM frbw.

%"a OATSmoubbs taf

M -- M M*M-


Through thiketa to New York, Philadelphia.
New Haven, New London, Stoningto ,
Providence, Fall River, Boston and
at rates LOWER THAN VIAl ANY, OTHER LINE. Three steamer
trains every Thursday, leaving Jacksonville am follows:
Via the Sea Islands........................10:10 a. ni. (Metropolitan Limited.)
Via Plant System ...........................: :15. p. )m.
Via Seaboard Air Line.......... 7:40 p.m. (Fast Mail.)
Passengers leave Daytona 5:2 am and
8:22 pm, making close connections.
For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservations. tickets, et;., addmre
f A WT 'A .4 220 West Bay Street,
A. P A E rigcnt AJacksonville, Florida.
Geco. H. Clark, Local Agent. Daytona, Fla. -


Western & Atlantic Railroad.

route of thie

"Chicago and Florida Limited" Irain
and "**Dixie FIver" sli*lpiing cars
The "Chieago and Florida Lizmited" is the l1i-ik.st train from St. Angustia.
and Jacksonville to Chattanooga, Nashville. Louisville and Chicago with Pullmaa's
finest Observation and l)rawiniriomii sl, change. The famous Dixie Flyer" all thel yair round sleeper via Atlanta and
Martin to St. Louis without .lilng,,.
For information nI.'ative to raU.s, s ehfielul,. et,.. r for sole...vr r's.rrvation.s, write tf
C. E. A.RM.N. (-*n. AN. a-s .\.Aent. T4 aM M. Do)YI.E. Fla. Pass. Agent
Atlaniita. a. .arksmonville. Fla.
II. F. SMiTiL. T' tfic, Mazn rw', Nalh ille.. T6.n1n.

loule Dl)aily Service, Including Sundays to)
with THRIIOU)ll P'ILLMAN S.EEPERS. It is the. only Linew Operating *
* Daily Throulghl l'llnian Car ,Snrviep lI't\wevn.Iinhla-ks.ionviill' i:nil Nw Orleans. 0
S *
For further information write to 0
* A. 0. M.ADONELL. Anst. ie;n. PaIss. Agent. .iJaksonville, Florida
* R. E. L. BI'NC', G(en. Pass. Agent. 'Portsnouth. Va. 0
* J. M. BARR, First Vic .-Presideint and General Manager, 'Portsmiotith., Va. 0
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o I had been troublil an'year, off and on. with constipation, lil-
iousness and sick heailawhes. Nothing s einel to IIl nili any good.
One day a friend asked me what the trouble was. When I told
him he recommended R'I'P'A'N'S Tabiles. That eveninglI xgot a
box, and after the second box I began to feel so much relief that I
kept on with then. I have Ripans Tabuleus always in the house
now and carry a package of them in nmy iocket

One gives relief.

At druggists.
Tlhe Five-Ce'nt packet is enough for an ordinary otensionl
The family bottle. (10 cents, contains a
supply for a year.

Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.


No. 2

No. 4

7:2. ani......... ':00 pin
10:55 ani.........11:'15 pim
4:141 p)in......... 1:55 aim


I.v.............Ia konville ..........Ar
A r................It

Nou. 3
7:30 am...
4:33 am...
11:55 pin...

Tri-Weekly Sailings
(Calling tit Charlestn. S. 1'..l,,othi wavs.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Dino.t Servi., I'-.t wv in
(' killing at Ciharlestoi >,Ith *.i,.


r... From Lewis' Wharf. Bostom
tronm foot Catherine street, Jacksoville

N. ( l ilS i r y I .i n ,. )
... :Jpm Between Jacksonville and Sanford
......11:23 am IlI.UE SI'l.NI;GS ail Iint.riie.diat.' L.aniniii-rs on 1 .1 lOHNS RIVER.

7:4.- P in......... 7:2 alit ............... tinta................ 'v 8:30 ri ......... 4:.'" C, o a n
1:0) 0 in......... 1:(11) i .I A ......... Chatttanooga.......... Iv 31:01, pil......... 3:45 l la STEaMit l a k n l
64:40 ,inm ......... 6;:5, >,m. Al r.............Naiis vill................Lv 1 :30( amlln......... 9:.10 p l ity
12:01 jpin.........11:40 ii A ................. Martini ............... .v :1 am ..... ... ::47 pm a'Ai'T. \W \. Sl|.\\ .
7:24 |in......... ( ;:.2 1na Atr.............St. Louis...... .... L.v 1 :15 |1111......... ? :36:{<; ; is A1 o1 ) riV.1 r o "1To..\ I't l.l. w S:
10:50,i an .Ar I'hliiago Lv 6:11, l.mi Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m.,Sndays. Tuesday and Thursdas
12:40 lien......... 2-:oam .1 Ar............. Louisvill............ ..v :3:00 alt........ 2::3i lm Leaves Sanford 9:30 a. m Mondays. Wedlnesdays and Fridays
4:15, pi: ........... 7:2, am A ........... ('in,.innati .......I.lv 11:15 0 pin......... 1 1:0-, ain Southlounil. S( H I-I l I 1. 'rth- ,,1 nd
.......................... :10 a1 .a ...............hi(nii.a.go.... ........ v 7:o p ............. ............ lRe had downn N .,rt ,hbound
---- ,1Leave "3 :30 pm .............................. I.\ 'K S N 1 I.1 .. ...... ................... r iv : a
Leav :4350 putl.............. A ............. rrive 2:414) am
No. 4-Dixie Flv,.r-'arries 'iulln an I rowing client Bliff,.tt Siepiing Cars. .. t." l"" '.... ........... .I'.A I KA........................... .... .i* S:I,) pm
Jas .i:f 3:001) a a................ ................... .. .................. .:. pm
Jacksonville to St. Louis ai iinl .la ksoionville to C('lhiciin witli t ,IhaniAri ,. making '. a .. ..........................'. \ AI' .......I.................... 2:.:'0I pmi
dimrpt connection at Nashville with sleeping. g ,trs fo ir Limi.-vill.- aind I'iininnati. .. 4:30 am ................................. r.N I .. ....... ............ l:i pm
Only stops at fo allowing A. V. & W stations : C'rawfor'-]. 1 ::, xtr at ndi l Fargo. 1. a o... ............I.. E... I"SI ,I ), 'I :I \.NI ................. .. 12:40I n'n
Through 'ma h-hes lh.t wen Jacks.onville. andi Macon.. I Si .................. ... ... I1:1) am
No. 2-Day Exprss-Stops at all A. V. & W. lhwal station. Makes din-et cor Arrive:30 ai........................SAN 1 ill.............. ............... : ::3 am
nections for all points West and Nc.rthwest. via I.oth i'l orel. ;1ai1,I] Maoi.in. ------
Air Ionnections nalde at .faksonville with all northli, iunl train- of the. ..board General PassenAer and Ticket ce.
Air Line and Floridae EastCOeast Rys. General Passenger and Ticket office.

E. II. BARNES. iGen. Sup't.

S. D l'PI KI'IT. ;i.n. Pass. P gt.


To St. Louis and Chicago

Pullman Palace S leping Cars from .Ja4ksonvill,.- to St. Louis and to Chicago,
leaving Jacksonville daily ait m pi. a1., via the famous

Dixie Flyer Route

204 W. Bay At Jacksonville.

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9 t t St.I*Ni a I. Y4I 11- 2(11aStiill....V,.

THIEO. 0. EGER, W11i. P, CLYDE) & CO.
G-enor~al Iaxa ui* aus,
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