Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00467
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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: December 20, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075895
Volume ID: VID00467
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
alephbibnum - 002059610
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Other version: Daytona daily news
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SF"6 VILLA Overlooking the Halifax River.
2% b ot ei mmands a moot attractive view in every direction and
. mo mr lathio eaa be found in the vicinity. It is ony one mile
from the ocean and is convenient to the depot, postoffie,
a ebcmnad public schools. More sunny rooms
than any other hotel in town. Bath
room and lavatories.
'IsaM Oma Twnm u Cornr INC T COTv I. ox Tmu Hort. GsorsXs.
A"f 8MN cME- Cr., ctPmmNEes.I
at%%t a a pe*mby e 1 w Iighted by lectrielty.
V arY- Schbmdt, Prristor.


ALwUtwrE? BasKr

Sloc&ated on North Rkldw4
asna. It bha all modern impr
Stoe U onifort

Menu Be.t the Ma



r Proprietor
Florida -

This hmwi is now open for wcond 0
ovpennts that ean contributed
-s of guets.

market Affords.


New House.

Strictly First Class.

Overit)(4ing the
Daytons Florida

Cuisenc, First Class. Large Airy Roomis.

IL W. DUNKI-r.r. Proprietor.
K1111mmw hotel:
'fibAkI41M V'W110119e,

P%. H. DILL_1_NGI-1AM_. Proprietors.
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V*m Grand Atlantic

bnw mum rAimiLT HOTEL. RATER $3.00 1'ru PAV AND ['PWAROM.
Lumstim on River Fn)nt. Wide Venuadan. Sun Parlor. Billiard
lk, Mo&m Comwit4mme Throngbout. Northern He-Ili.
WAITE 6: MAME. Proprietors.
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Ulm Ridgewood

SS itu at ed oll I be I I ight-4 Poimt in the. 'City.

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Thim lintida6mo no%% m(idern lioto.1 situatc-1 oll the fillost R1114 Vathing
Rewh in Florida ifA nom ftim-n Im- flo- Whil--r Swasptt 4 if 19,12 :1. L.-II.Lro
airy rom is. Nuing room overhmikill'a the F i I I- Ili i I it 'I Ili s4 -I N 14 -1
Terms Moderate.

11. F. STE\\,.kRr, Proprietor.

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DAvf4m.i. Florida.
P. TRIBBLE. Propprivtor.
situated 4111 K.a.-Il -;tl,4.t. oh"I.111(lkilig III$- 11:11if.1% River. Ono-half 1'.Iw k
Larg'.. I'loasant 11o4mls,
Tlilvt l6loills m Fir.t and *44.1,1141 Fh411-4

to $F).Mper NvolV
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A few "i the alfra.-timo.: Fjoiirpassod Minting and Fishing, Boatiag,
t .114*411IR4 ) 11114-1. fit-re 4-a Stwils abound.

Ta I -it, I Ile I ot'st. flonle-liki .

Will lw otwn ttw year

Oin bkok from t1w depot.

Ratep, $2.00 mW up.


Rates Modf-rate.

A. (Khol-liv, Prop.

i I-St. Class III q'ill its Appoilltments.

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"Well, and what did you think of my sermon?"
"Capital! The very thing I wanted I hadn't slept a wink for a week."




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4.1. oi. ili'. t,i i~lic'aet'. all,- i'aj1ll ij iiii- i lii

-i ii'v i I I I .aiIl' li g ;

W04.0tao16t otr thpe e 6*I0

which were rpir dvenring the brew
ea! h with a capet of Wtai 0am eb
rating the trail up the moustal -d
w. here troged, or, rather. $ ME
along a gvtxesque chlUdish .$M- H
man's rough jacket, the
sleeves roll' over and
over to let out the smaB f "
t brown hands, while the
edge of the cuat. oa a line
with her heels left a trail .i
in the snow. A red hood *r. ,
Scoverd the child's head. n -'.
dark curls peeping out '.
around her face. andu in .*.
tlnie fearless. wistfual eyes
Shone a inew light. for
I Dorothy waN going to tlind
Sminla: (Cla. VlVi.n her
mother bad gone to heav- ".-
Sen a short tile -efore, .
they had carried her up '
the momniUini, a tnd I od l
and Santa Cfitus were al-
ways assachited together
In tihe chilI's i nial. S o,
If (ilud lived up thure. Saii-
ta. Claus could nut be far
away. Thus reasoned lit-
tie l)uorothy In the hours
whben her father wa.s off
iw'urkinK lu the ujilnw and
slhe was Ift :ialoie wall rothyw
her rug dull lu the littl,- going t
brown bultwhichi s.r\l edflin ant
as shelter and home. Cl'aus.
"Santai C'laus imav- not comeii her
now mother ha.s goe.i" the little gir
said, "and it vmu.st I;e Itiar Clristmas
so I will find him, and perhaps he wil
take me in his reindeer sleigh to se
mother and Gldl."
Little Dtorothy lpaused in her tasi
of sweeping the one room of their
home, and, putting SilIte Iptatoes ii
the ashes to bake. that her father'
suppltr minlght be ready for hini, she hai
wraplil herself in his old coat, done
her red hood and started out to fin'
Santa ('laus.
It chanced that day that one of th
mine owners was down from the city
on a tour of Inspection
and, having seen Dorothy
on a previous trip, h
had, rinmentlering anoth
er little girl who was very
happy otn ('hristin:as eve
S. l ioutgt down a Christ
'/.- <''m nias INix for IDorothy ani
s~o strolled ailonig with lie
father as lie started home
ward, that he might give
It Into thie hands of tih
little ntmiden herself. Itl
when they reached the
brown hut l)orothy was
not there., and when re
l'xated calls brought no
answer the two itin
alarneld, started in oppo
s. site direct iois ton seek her
., .' .. Mr. 4;hll-i.t following th
alii st ohtlite';iat*ed patl
.. up tlhe mountain side'
S. wh'lere.. a mile beyond, he
S* fonitd the little one al
~ ioist l -nrld li tile falling
Rosnaw, and as hlie stoopld
to lift her in his arms she
"D ear, gi m.. ur m imured drowsily, see
Mr. ,t Ing the kind face bending
over her:
"De>ar. goodM .Mr. Santa Claus, I
waltit" -
WVhent she oplit(nl her wistful, dark
eyes againi, thl samine kind face wais
Iiltidimig oietr her us she lay onl her cut
inl the little broi\vw hlliouse, her father
lioMidig hter in his armis. while lw-side
her ais the most tWaiatif'ul doll iof
which slit' hid ever dr'..ieaiedtl, and,
clas.'iiig it (li.se to ht'r heart, little
1lr'ot'hy ;as'l.e dark eyet's lillhd to "l
1I.I.I": 1:'1\N1:Y M1.Iti'I.E.

Iiti I ,iiit I.11.-, : I i Li- ,.,'e .,1 ;i ir. his horse he is gI eestad rt s e b ll
1 lii\.. t-Tr.i.i I i. lle1.i i 1 ii 1iiiiirnlitig of derision and epithet of W 1
i.- \\. '. \\,,,lkn.,.. I'thi, i- i l i 1'-,,i.i,' n,, f,,ir,I ,ai :Il n ii t '.-l .'t 'iii, /.-ii.;l mi,l li, l,.'li ittd ui.u rlv nivg men rg meaning d u g the e
k ,..n-ri. Tii ,.l l.,,ily is -.,1,1 tvy all noon and daneifg at night LTheMer
Sli',,i.t. yal es are Roman C the- peis
.. being members of that church. They.
T,, t.ii.irni\ I.,;; Ih 1st ,of I.l- however, eh bsarvet* o theTi em
l,.Ir tI .,hlit, ll I..-in l.ngtli. rights Inn st e e- damce g pua
of their creed worship


te 4h das nain n do

"TheSa evy uwe ila eyry mad
Gave unto me always a welcome .
"And cimneys tem In the days gone f kJ hi 1imv
Were not oversanf and not verhigh. the
"AAd the stockings they used were the old
-fashioned kind, w t te.
Ab huns In a row and so easy to fnd. mys the a E E
-Then the gifts were so simple and all In ctrheIk
S good taste. viyuw gae m o re amb u
irea the gingerbread man to the dollt gaot aII u d uet 1 U1M S
made of paste, rgo. tyw me N oad aIm-
"'But now Ift so different: Heigho, Iear teen JIYOM St a R M. 16 -W
me sigh! Pved their whien s fthe" 1 _jf
I mourn for the days In the Land of select the labA ay ievow
Goneby. vte Weage&arlp5irdt o
"For now I'm kept busy from early till estUlf. Th* bu M letoedarea S W
In my earnest endeavors to be up to date. O i and a eoC Pase of Tve bmem e
"re trimnimed my old beard in the new as a kind ot cabnt for the g0 e
Van.lAke style. or. The governor. by the advice and
And instead of a laugh I've a simpering consent of his cabinet, m the tim U
mile.r the chase, when the wt w Wille
turns out; alm designated tthete to
Irrigate the b tfe patches the time to
3A3 v- //Se go to work and Is e Alici aadminb-
Strtor of Justice. The war chief d
Smrecta the paeturing of stock and pie
to vents depelattio apon private PO
La erty. He i the chief of poolke. co
re stable. judge and Jury o bIned. Ouly
-e serious cases f crime aM trefred to
S. ie / the governor and couselL
1 After the election wOat C alaM
e Tdance takes place. The braves are
e dressed ia buckskin pastaleooa. with
S a white cotton shirt. The beaddNeW
rk is of the skla of the deler ta
r tall of the animal hanging down the
,,.back ans te arament. Seaome la 1 the
S* headdrese at the oCflSeI are opa ttlly
d decorated with bright feathers ad
id sometimes eagle phlmes. Their te
Share painted in yellow and white stripes-
Srrelieved by red spots on the c eeta-
ye They wear mocasts ot leather. The
,,yr a 'd id braves form nla doubleluead march
S l around the vIlage. preceded by the
y 'officers and the cadcque. or spiritual
"e head. Each bpve carries l hisl left
- hand a gour'hl Aluled with pebbles
S *n and nlcked at the top. In his right
M hand Is a coave stick. wbhicb he awe
Across the gourd and at the mear time
I gives the gourd a shake or rattle. This
excruciatinug ofei e Is partly downed
S .- by the general that, In which all Joa.
~e -A, iThe song is a amonotonme as If the
Ie ,*VE AIher TlO WtEA ALL MY OLD singer were tellin a story or rec tig
t FASHION. .r.ms. historical sketehes aWd ugoddely t
S"Yes ,ve, o. 1 t w r all rmy old fash- breaks out Into a wild and laud blar,
SAnd I '. Lg'th TI1.:. ,,:-.. with the shrp like the crash of the elements of d
y Ilitt u. I. li cord in the grand opera of clvilisatiomn
o Ad The dance is a lippetty bop, and the
hAnd my rl' .I. rl ..yb movement Is slow until one of these
W- ith ii ,girgtria. ir.. .ts all laid breaks is sounded, and then it is del rt
a,,y, ous, likd a war dance. This exerel e
I ..r I nr 4i s. i continues all night, or as long as the
And ,,,i. ltu. know ait.it it bring bravtrs can stand up. There is a cowr-
for a t:t siederable quantity of mescal dra-k at
~ "ToQ t~i!. n b an for the braves fall by the wayslde. The pale.
Th- i'- i n at all for lily oli. f.lihiuned faces from the surrounding ettlemet
h ,,, 'attend the fiesta, and some bring aloft
th.-Ir whisky and gaming hnplements
"Antl h" l..-,h ,i- 4 h. -,, h ig. l.; ie t d_ in t
SAnd Ih I .. I ~ -.,i .. ,In th' In the pl.me, or central square, there
I'm k. -pt, .,i Yui. i- jisu t wh, re I am are all kind of games and booths for
i t. all kinds of drink. The PuebIs lau-
S"Exci,.i n me no, p,! a, if I -peak very dian is not used to our whisky. and a
I .. i very little soon laduce him to gamble
I've t'n. to miy l At and my ruelest away his money. clothe and wife
SI l Isleta, a few miles from Albuqueri
'*Tis th.. w. .rt, tlim,,n.h what I have told queN. .. Is the largest of the twenty
', ,' >...; Pueblo villages In the territory, ad
lhMy 'h. ,I,,'1., ii I ,nl w ,lan the celebration here Is always attended
fi by a large crowd of whites. It lasts two
Anl th... >.. r. th oi. r, s I hi, ard him or three days, during which there aw
,, horse racing, cocking maln and ether
oi, l, i .'n 'l. home sports. The gaming tables are ran sight
Sn.it N.w.s-Triburne. and day. One of the games Is cha-a,

i,,.,,,d.. ,.h b,,,.h.. n i, i re a hidden spring which the deal e
I I r I touches. Another sport Is el gallo-the a
.... l. .,i..i. ,i.. "1 burying of a rooster la the eand, lacy-
^liil uli hr.:si nat i I lirv Mi 'r'. ing his head above the surface. The
li IiiL-t-i. liitih-k..i *. \'t \ l'.~. \lti\ IJest riders la the vilage we alsets6
2). IP'l I iha. n -*Liri itlla.i'l- to compete. They form In a frost line
Slli..'l.iis\ >; i> .1- ,nl bli.i at a distance of 100 yards, and charge
i,.x,.r lil i,,..r.,. n ]..' hI i.. n down upon the rooster. The rider, go
Si,..,.i ,; ,, ti..,. I n,.:.. ,h., av iig at full run, lean* froin We muaddle
I ...11. I,,,,,.,. ,,. ,,. k I,..,,.!. an grabs at the head of the r oeaterq
H I. It he catchee the fowl, he Is applauded
l I-- *7""1,"'1"aume 1 "' as the victor. He then races for hWe
.11 l.><>. i. jT. .I 11 .i. ,. home, with all the other horsemea ast-
er him, with the intention of deprlv-
ii, ,;n a. I. .,i -, Ii'l,-i ,..,. ing him of his trophy. If they take
the fowl from him before he reaches
jj ...,ui t .n. h home,* ho* I s ofWe slares a
ii.,,i ,i ..I:. i, ...*,,, .n.i.au \l.ii'tt:s.j i nthescramble the untortunaterooste
l 1 .1 l.bn ,..,.,, L ,,..in 1 l;,.i,..,l is i often torn to ptece When a rider I
,II. I I i. l.'*,',f iut ises catching; the rooster's head,
Ii\, ii111- .11, .i -t i..: i.i* Kor ili I.isl every one laughs, and It he fall tfrm

Wiring for Elettric Lights a i

*WFull supply of all kind b a
appliances and supplies alwayVj

special attention% ftp marine w

Seminole Building. Daytona, I

FIalfax Music Ho

Daytona, Florida.

Anti-Monopoly Prics

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"$Wa, decter, this stuff you've precried for me woulM killM a mule."
"Oh, thef I guess I'd better chane ."

in l l.' ,,I. '!: it ,n of its traillns., illn i..
li lli l -inY -, i .-i4i rb \ t ic I.%'it :. h .:i i i I I..S ,' 1 4ll \ '1,1 t i l ,'t *i l rt .
I ", i 01 i llt W%. t aW l aid I tl ill s > n I l 'I -onl'4 lllt ,of
lv +.h'tl.. ; !,, ,l I!IaIIV 0 I,..r r, .. i 'sv I l I .tI S I hl .l- ,,I ..h. hi, h 1 | 4. f,'.
lt lhll-. \\ hi,. 1..l. t, h h|.l.dI -1 ; ftly, ,.,pll, W ,11l ,l11 r1\g\, W W ,. 1,' .;,I\ S "11L W ;ui
fr i.i anl l ItIl0 v l to Irivi l. I t i. is alw;is telling lmy troiilih4 I l a l-ily f'%riid. wlo
thi l.i-il'.-r in'i 1 I l ,lir'.tii>n. said: 'Chiaii lM -rl.iii i 's Coli. I C'lipk-ri a ntI
T'rh. I'i., i, l.imitt ral T l'rai s In l \\w i lDiarrlm ., IIiinldy \\ ill Iit y.,i in ,o.ndi-
Ihi l ;;'" I .IM r'.nl ; iid MinealHe4i. ,lis ha ,,v tion for thr part ly.' 1 ,, lgilal1t .1 Iottle
t I. .,,-IliIt il, I I h ilI..I Iil i.NSt Slhi- andil take pl-;.lllln illn slat;lii 1 t lat two
il,', ':,-rs in I hl. \ ,,r ld d tl n lI ti ll t killing dom- s -t'rlltid IIm i, nd I nabli|',d Iio- to haIve
':a -.i'[ hi."'. a good ftili ,, 1t t h.' party.'" Mr. Stwll
I ilIo t"tlh.lI. 1 t;1,if a ll 1 ilft 1 -1 :1tli N U i ; i t.-id fiiii iili Iri l :1i|'|Ili'-ilion to 1- I'. \. M illt.r. r -0 ,ly i.s .ol1d I,. i all '-- ii:g ists.
Clhi 'ag.',, I Ih, (a.az'lt N '\\N s w i.s4ml.ll its 1,.:ah.r
.'.. -I I ; ii 'ir y CI riti.'hl lts.
II T .M ,.lit yr.. St I'a il l. M in n .. \\%% .hi I
1has: It.'t tir tinl.ll1l %ith It ditiri t.Ii The Best Prescriptitom ie Malria
o. 1,11.a1ih. si As. "1'hmlalkIwrlaili'm SN tom a: h t ,hill : il F,.vr is t ; lotleh of ,Pi;Iov :'s
;nl Iivter Talh-tsi d ine more good th;tii TA.STkLS.s tCHIL I. Teo\1'. It iLs stiiply1
ai'tbing I have Ver taken."' For ale Iron andi Quinine iin a tastelesW foln'l.
by all druggists. No Cure, No Pay. P'rie i0 cents.

Christmas t hed i* a teat mer.
ence by the ~htieSas of the eaut, a
nowhere is Its ibserv n e more seiema
and impoilaf than In Bethlehem. the
picturesque old town where Chrid was
born. On Chrstmas eve the dmevt e
Jerusalem gather ts athW amd ek
out of the city and march to the
Church of the Nativity it Bethlehe
the oali moms se a t i m ar-
chitecture la the world. Thbe m toIs
celebrated, while armed Tw th sol-
diers stand of gasnd beide the altar
and around the brliant sr, where,
Christ Is Supposed to have lan ia theb
manger and whieb gleams from the
iepavement, the aet megaiMm oebjed
&I the grtest -t gt aldb0ihbDe
!at. I

the -w line of

Wire di mi

Rugs and Art



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Lake fty. writ: "I hl
witb d&vMp qp ,i r irW
21 years. hare tried lm
,it nifl. hut I awI
Herbiue. I m,'uomem
fripmnd. who ar aUllrtab
it bi eurjug tlrui. tgo.

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Made from

Factory open from 7 to

Coleetiom ivea n
,Oee with Bingham &

Afcm---L, BelLDIR AXe,
Bfeeue and o>B*,
liklgwMod and Volaium
'Phone 89. DIay j

Before you have your pl
He aen ave you .15erient.
puaraateed. Rear of City

H. H. 8EELTE, M. A., M

Physician and
Ofik and residence 127
aveune, opp~Iite RidgewoodM
Telephone No. 85.

Daytona Electrical



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and See What We Offer for Christ as.

The Holiday Nek-
w r is here. A
tie makm a very
desirable present
for a friel. An
it Is a pWiatel..

We have a very
bcaut~ual limwof ~I:4
Poeket Bookit,
of Wde of
alligator skin.
Tlw pr'v'it ra~v iwo.. T&l

to see the Silverware; we have some of the
and willsell it cheap as we intend to discontinue
Sdelpartment. Some very pretty pieces are left.

W iastion a few other tnrtii.. i thlt ,i.ak.. i. 'lhristma, prenents.:

I ew tsblO for Sman omrlbv

%%;- lim e' 11mennvt ing ni mot iimtiqent.an

We are always glad to show goods.

Smith & Son.


LI. G~e~r1 Co1 ding
A. ulggIgt,

The. L-nrgv'st aa.11,4 11t 4'mni&G- St. -k
of Dnruga4in h am '. mm.,. I rmeswmipt ifi ails o -

P Pwfumorp and Toilet Articles..'P
T19 OT WKPINE TAR 4NW4GI IAaA- "itiabtt.

wwft Mge4* qa V 0- Ii, ma. Da~AYTOA FIlle

The Big Beach Street Fruit Store

BI t and Best line of Candy in Town.

l'[ntits 41f all kindle.

- 'I'laone 74

ll'I4)lf'l'EIREII 111.
l. ':t TI lRl'tcf HIIRH tIMADE

Moss and Fiber Mattresses.
brwieod {Hand Furnitimunan iami.l ,.
M M r Ai ,h I"rnitlr,. Male a (ioMl as New
m .ed IfMrPview Av... Day.'na,, Fhs

W OOD are prepared todeli-
YVVr (oil short notice any
kind ofdry Wood. Our
liriv< is right. Drop a
NI mand we will .'all. .EA ILS & C('OLEE. M"',giu. Ave.

OOD Dry Oak arid ine
aIf t lr,'.r l Pr.mitly l eliver,-d
I I. .1 .S t ,\ .' '' m'rIn'"r ,cIt h St.
aind Hllview Ave.

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"Two er free dnys fo' Crismnals we
wus er setting' on de felnee. 'n' ole lady
Sukle conme i.y wid so mile truck ter
make de tIal wihd., an' den I sing dot
little sung w'at a hltc'n sigi.', aL' I
kep' on:
"An' It's w'at do yo' fink
Ole Sukil had tfuo' appth.
An' It's w'at do you trink
Ole Sukle had fu' sump ah,
An' It's w'at do yo' lirk
Ole Sukle Iad ftmo suppah--
Apple sass an sparrer grass
An' hominy an' buttah.
"Well. sali. dat ole soul mnos' had er
spazzum w'en she learn us er singing'
dat song. an' site rail out 'n' buse us
an' busese us nn' call us all kin' er bad
names nn' freafen us wid ha'mlts an' I
dunno w'at all.
"Uc' Ike, lihe Ann' Sukie's ole man,
an' he wur dtie contraries' at' de spite-
fules' ole niggr d tie w hole planta-
tion. lie al'us er lokiil' errouin' all' er
gruni'lin' 'boiumt sUtlaiiiii. lie could'
res' easy l'ss'n lite stmdylii' up some
kin' er n.iianllness. I dn,' see w'at luck
ole marse k.eel dat mle bigger 'lxaut de
place fo' nullow.v 'tseh lie alil' fitteln fto'
nuflin' but ter Iprol Tr'rouit' an' hunt
hen-nesses, ani' w'ti l i litia one he al'us
tek toll out'nl4. lie 'casioned us ter
git er niany er l:arrtillin'. wid 'e ole
grumplln' ways. 'v.ase. Imarse b'lleve
ev'y wo'd U'in:' Ike s:a.. inek' not dtif-
funce how naticl de oht setsoul'l stretch
de blaiakit. linut we tidone made up our
miHl's ter git elin iwid tile AInn' Sukie
an' Une' Ike. too. nit' we des tease dem
ole pussons twel dey nlcs' have er fit.
"U'seter simn dis % ay w'vei we see
Uac' Ike er colain':
"Big Ike. little Iko. yV ittah go;
Sukie Loakte th .asthi.le sloi.
l at's !- ;
Bukle bakt de. :4,lisake sl.w.
BIg Ike. littilc It., \o" t,,ttah go!
"Lo'd Inan-s*! Y.,' tids arter seed dat
ole contrary lligL;ah w'n we sing dat
song. lie look so \igis d;it yo' tliak ole

v atcr iica4Uing.

for the Ericsson-

~aeinama a a ma am mom a am mama amamaaia 55SS Sm SSSOS ma

C. C. Barnes

at the Novelty
,Meaything in ti.' flloh. intg lines: viz

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Iq% '~'s('oeclata".ad.'.aa. freSh 5'. tg mi
Um*d~W~d. Allsorts est4HI iiS and aamaicliue'ry retm
Pk'tun-' FraimesAu'.la&l' to Order.


teiat's sulplki.'5

ewket Lnivep.

,tuol Supple.

machines lfar sale,.
aired promiptly.


Tomboy done got er holt er him. an'
w'en we see de ole man grab up er
bresh an' mek to'ds us we git f'om dar.
"W'en Crismus tinue 'gun ter git
close by, we all 'gun ter fix up fo' dem
ole pussons. Day nex' fo' Crismus
marse he mek er long higbferlutln'
speech an* tell us dat long's we all
b'haved ou'se'fs purty well an' wo'k
hard an' mek er good crop, he gwine
gin us er whole da7 fo' ter frolic erroun'
an' 'Joy wese'fs. Me an' Jack an'
Tom-dem wus de w'ite boys-slp
out'n de back do' an' des lit out. Down
at de fu'nlss web dey be'n er killing'
bogs we sot an' rigged up er projick
tfo ter wake up dem ole folks. Tom
may. 'Jack, yo' mus' be de ole Sandy
Claws. an' we watch so's we don' git

.i i Ii I .1. .. lilt'-e. ls
he stop riigla still a,'" cock I L \< .:l sile-.
ways an' listen anl' t!d t iiitinlil out
uaaip.'ll' 'imut t "Ne* ll':I'. I *t 0' ;1-is\s
ratc'ls yit. Sc. 'ft I dto:i ;tll 1e' a:1alst'.'
"Anti' Suikie say: '\\'Cat ,' ,'r t iut
terin' an' tnuiu'lin' Iout. ll.e? I d t.-'s
Wish yo'd come outl ter ltad ai'i quit sl:ir
ra' up dew coal.s.'
"L'Ui' Ike say: 'l's er-talkin' tera aiy
Be'l. aun' ain'tt none tr yo'' ,a1|'Iht'.
Sukie, yo' de biggest' gunai I e tvuil steel.
'o' laying' dar litakin" lmtit dl.t i -s
'bout Sandy t law's. lain't 1 dtlae 1 t-'dl
yo" ole stocking' lanlina' d;idar? Yo' lik .
ole Saudy Claws gwin te'r a1iy alny
'tention ter dat olte il oil lstt'ki.' No,
siree, bob! Ole Inis' ti's' ruinlt .yom', :an'
yo' ba'kin' up de wrionag stimial ilis
time, fo' isho' yo' is.' '
"limuely de ole man git sort 'a ti'd.
nll' lie Liver detIn ta(leis utp miilhty otlt
Sall' start ter ied. I gll, ia't'l il'r ol ,Itmal;l
dune lg. id i ll I lie k>'Ll ear tAI.illg' 'l|',a t
t ops an' 'lKllit 'li ioll :aia' :l.mo *t :It iil.\ -
tofu' ter Vmwo .a A.til' sal.it'. \\ I1. :aii'
SH ill'' Inlth1il' "*ta ll. .\'ir 1,11i, tim e
Ulcn Ike t eal'r s- i.ll' t .'h elap a ;In' 'ill
ter sia '. ;ain t ld ii .%tiia' SulS i >, Ii, ;ili'
look all t'rr 'la tls' ;'s 1;- I111ai1in'l.t'k

all' den drap down l:k she's t'r
"lh'y W' tls littih c. illal!, 0 t' li:1h % ';i1
kep' er winkin' :in' .,r l'liaa in'1 ill dt'
h'aith. but we tdolt. lI.'a1 e.r \;atc.hi
froli'(lah ilit h4 h, t %% .l \\- .% o tiim i i' V l.
an' las' I gotil' tetr ctil li t ll on 1le li, sde.
I Ct'lllli right t 1.iy I lit 1 tC fii'll.I r ;ll
outer de aidl e r eIT rull ii m Il" .1Ii >l:1
I tast-td 'l',!i t.;* li I t,, t, r thl' ichiml
lIly. I got t(r strladdle Ar d<' dc ril-,.'p1 l'.
all' den I lia' i.ti l ol, S.n 1 '.i\4 ;int
'gull ter git ready a I' ,'' a ai' .. I '
chilubly w% s almo it o 'r lf t I ...' li
down. so's I ha' ter ltt on f, ,t i. onA,
de clhiIm ly an' w I '*'n I l a mi.t l. i I
laig down v t ;ay tcr m.i\I -":
"Ole Sukle r.lu.eskin
Sl. felll irn I,, a% al ni, .
All' she :ax' n lt- I.. n I r It r h t. ,
Ter drink er cu. r .t, a.

"'Do. I. dowl,. di, \l \ a it, do. S.ntI,1
Claws, breshin' de sut do\tt 11i"' di-
s "'e co. it'e i sight .\hA Ila' Siill.' '1.1i, ,
lack er crippled. ', ll 'l.:a\\ld ,a 1 1i .
Ike, he's cemU':'
"Des den de tIlif tet'lied d' little
lblazx e r liah. a;l' i.,t I !.;' a'l 't n; :.
hit stilled uie t\t' l 1 I-<' I .\ i,'1,. :Ii*
w id er clilttcr at lill!r. ;r .' : h '.
I landed down in t a ImL .- h, -. il'!. t
ontill tol tr dt' NSandi Cly I a'l :I ;,a ni i\, .I
tlp w id I'll%" Ik ,'l i 1.IA '.
"Yo' IInbtlr tlinaurl sicl tr r''\ 't\\ i\
(dis aml .i ea.intit.. itI s .
squall: 'tlh. U 'srs<': (Hi. m i- ,-:. l ,I,' :
SIle'pl: l *e th' i 's' .', .. l: t. r Ido. .
Ike.' A l't sile w t.it a l,* .i I,' W' tilt
froutgh dVe dt :d t:it\\ t .-. I '
lhe done riz, :a11' w'i.l" I It l s.' ,
Sandy ('Cla% s Ia- ,t he .t \ i!.:l :. ,"'
wus des er lIiAalI IlaiN' a '..
"'A 'ter 'lus I .-.i 'I'li .+. l I ,
donll' hitf laiv no ai,',. 1 it's t',, : I. i '
Ike! lc'h.ast d,,1" Ihit Iai l ,,,:,'7 Iti' t
de ole sec.tlli., L ittn ii, \:..
w'en he lil' outlt it'- at.. I.. p' i '
tile all' er sa ili': "'Yr.. to i;;- %'.
done rulint 1ay t.lter-t' : :; .-;, :i
'bout lile. I'll 1 i. Ik ,u,' I I .. ,'
little Ike you! I g. aine Sukit l;;tj -K.,im
"Bout dat tithme ,'lt til .ir- ... Il
tu'ds de quatahlh ant;' I, i .1... :il1
Toni des as dey w\\s a r .1till:- d, ,a ti
"'W'ats de niattah. Suki .
'Oh, marster. tde dtbl.lI', it dt. lIou.se.
er ras'lin' wid Ike.'
"Dles den I to' loC, ."', n"' \N',1 I lit
out'n de do' ole n1arse g.A- :0I.
"Dem ole critters dn '. in t* itr tall all
so'ts er tales, ana' dey 'cu-a' at1. v tra i.tn
ter b'un de house down ;Hn' -i,1.i', b1ad
songs. au' dey beg ol.' lll, ', .. tIr
buck mwe down 'cross str I. L ::t' atiaiaaL.
fl' hunderd.
"Ole nmarse lis't'. anl' iC 'l ti r \ ;i. s li,
'gun ter snicker iln' d aii t. r l.tI't. .ai'
den wL all slip ofT. :ian ta, in .:-. :in'
nevah said lautflin' 'lib ut it.iii, !,,,v n
f'on dat day twel d;s. l]ut \tun su-
kie-u-i1-ni: Ia;it ole I';- h.i.l r
spite 'gill mile t.'v ll :at." S cic \d.. t.'\
milnit Unc' Ike lay ety's : ;. 1.:- i
ter lhult t '11ro 11' ft o' Slu:l l 'i .' tI. I 1 t
iu 'I'. in Ir lo f e .lo li'a -.. a I .',t ,

1 1W m0t tOO me dat erwa. Den
-I my., W a'. .I bo de ole headman.
SI WelDl sit or to'ked lli'. an' put er
S mi t hLrt 'r britebes an' er ole hat on de
Shabd, an' we tak' some hog's Lbristles
SANTr I s *a' mek mustashes an' wikers, an'
I 1g Il p on de roof an' let dIe ole
Sandy Claws down des es soly.' Den
Wile we faxl' up de ole man we all
T "" --sofg some toW' A C, 1b %. 'bout bow we winter do 'ei up.
SA'ter so long er time, we git every-
So g all right, an' we start down ter
L ... de quatabs. Unc Ike so cu'lous an'
Sh eb. fellinlovewi -d contrary dat be can't live in petce wiid
SOle Sukie Bhesmkin de *e" er der niggers, an' ole niarse
S _he.fell In love wid m* ha' ter bull' 'lm er cabin 'way off f'roi
Se AIM ll Sukle Bluekin de res' web de ole man could fuss n'
AnShe ell xedn love wd me,own t her qua'l des so much as lie feel like. We
An' she axed me down ter her hon.s
Ter drink er cup er tea." ha' ter be mighty keerful r'ine frough
So uMpg Black Clesar. the wag of tbh de weeds. 'ease we see er light itn c'ne
pleatatlio, and then he proceeded to Ike's cabin trough er hole in ,t 4'lhim-
tell t about Aunt Sukle. bly. Any yudder time Aun' Sukie (donel
"I de tell yo' wat- tellyo o be'n settle' by de flab h r nPIplin' au'
S Jo wat-I' smokin' dat ole pipe tw r ded
fee. by Jo! Ef I didn't git In de lam- hours er de night; but ii.w she done
mime' scrape er Crismus time! Dat laid down. 'case she "sl 'ctina' ole Sandy
w= de time we an' dem w'Ite boys Claws. an' she h'ah ole an1 slay dat
made up ter play er projlck on Unc' he ain' gwine come hone "long Us any
Ike an' Aun' Sukle. pus-son 'wake 'lout di. liho:.-e. She lay-.
"LOg time 'to' Crismus come we iu' down. an' done had '"er li'head kiv-
don't beah nuttin' but 'Sandy Clawa. ered up wid de quilts. U'lt' Ike. he
Bandy Claws,' fom Aun' Sukle. She setting' up ll de co'nler wid 1' shlU.iks.
go pudgin' erroun' de kitchen sayin': llati an ole l u bs (oll"r w'i:t 1:e '' i :e
'Um-m! Won'er w'at oh, Marse Sandy Idran l 'id.x' aliey fi tld fit e big ole
Claws gwine ter fotch ine Crismnus.' lranr wi Ar' 'tters roasth 'l di oih
Den ef we git ter cutting' up de leases' fto' de brekft.ti
bit 'bout de house she 'low: I'lettubh Aun' SaieLe v kip er s ayin': 'Ike.
wain' Wat yo' 'bout. F"use's flng yo '.3 do, n' o' me'Iit. ter, I.'i 1Itm yt'
know ole manm Sandy Claws gwine ter kw o' *hit's r gittin' hit? '
pars alone' by 'n' tev' so much es no-. "Uli' Ik says: 'Sukiv' *yo lIt
dice dem ole socks er yo'n. Won't
eben put er ground' I 'a In 'en. up 30' ollO llfI k1low W%':t yo"' 'tld'il,'
"So we all solderedd an' 'sidered, an' el'ut v' uslee l gol. ot'r ite'l. l 'Itl % '.'
las' we made up ter fix dat ole crittur slen I st o ter lp t 'low:
up 'n good shape. We all know ole 'raol I sorter llhm h low:
Aun' Sukle a gt no e took slow. but she t iity a3.
'way nohow. so we 'cide e gwilne ter Sorry fo' lane niggt'r igtts ,.ar1 I..;
sca' Aun' Suikle 'in' L'm.c' Ike out 'n dey I0. Mistah I'aterrulicr., L.t Ik i.s.
seben senses. "Uni.' Ike ius' .. ',..

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lh m u .-' \\i i- .r i ,, i ** a' ) a,. jl r '(a, If so as k us
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The Riverside Distilling Company, N'.'
W 1.al it i. I I )y I I a. lio l
North Carolina Hand Made Whiskey.
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Riverside Distilling

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Tr.y our Ilixle Rye
atil $1.m. Im'r gallon.
*I '. Il. p IIr.m 4 ali whiskey
."i : tI o ililt'h Is unsurpl tacJl.
1, i illh h ih;r;Il. gamtu as on short
S '-:m out of our bouw.
,1. ,'.- ,, i 1. i\e us a trial.
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T,'i \W ',.l Sailings

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S ,uthlbolinid From Lewis' Wharf. Boston
Jortilbounld Ir, n loot Catherine street, J&eksevilll

('Il)S 8' s'. .iRilVS iVIER LINE.
Between Jack',onvilie and Sanford
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Winters varying In age all t0 way
from four to twelve years.
"I never saw anything so lovely in
ll my life. papa." the oldest Winter
girl was saying as 1 pressed my nome
against the glass and peered In through
the narrow strip between the window
sash anud the casement.
There inside of the room stood a
little 4'hri.tia s tree upon a big box.
Sud upon the tree and all j-ound the
foot of it stuod dozens of beautiful
Chri.-tinas gifts. Such a Christmas
tree .iou ne ivr saw: There were little h
thinga- in silver sioIns. forks, after
danger ctffees and kuives. and there
wa. a r,, king chair. also several little
folotttol.ls :iand little articles of brie-a-
Irat'. all int\vly covered with cheap
ci'int/.. Anld tilh re t .were toys. la. .-,
iii:IV ti.Ss: Aild pionli the talhle at their
s-. ,of th"e tre, >t..- l the lest of uinesl
aind i t';r -t!i..; frt:uits.t
**lli'w -ovt if 3u0. Will:" Winter's
lrtt; \\tc '-;id a.s 'he threwV her arms
ar.riiot lis 'mk ahld ki.misd him. "liesd
dlid i.u .v t'r gtu-s that I wanted all
thl -.1. %,l r thiii.:- l't r the tailhle.:'
".\:l ,l ;i 1 ,nt ni' eve r s .-uch a
tI -:i l.\\ '. r '-so i tl,' old l lady ais her
*.,.- t.ll uii-j th,- t.a -ble ith thei wine

RIDGEWOOD had a thief: When
I, Detective Martinet of the
metropolitan secret servile.
was called out there. I found
the tow In a state of excitement over
the robberies. The principal ones bahd
taken place in the mansion of tColonel
Payme, the licbest man Inllidgewoodl.
There had been four burglirie.s at the
Payne mansion. The tirst night sliver
was taken-small pieces e.onsistaig of
spoons, forks., after dinner e tolrts an0l
The second night a small ro-king
chair disappeared and several helet
covered footstools and nit+ little arti-
des of lrrk-a-blrue dtesignel for C'hrist-
mas gifts. The third night iall tle clhil-
dren's Christmuas toys that ha:id been
carefully st, red away In a Sanaita C'lauis
cupboard Iy olonel P'aynie and hIis
wife. ready for Christni:is .eve. disap-
peared. mid the fourth ni-liit tihe cellar
was pillaged of its wline ailid fruits.
"l.oOks .*.s If it il:s sulitSl-l ly iTsiid,'
the house-." aikd theil rol-unel :if'tvr '%e
had been soe'-r tllie r:r saiil Il're tt wvll.
"Not exatl.t." siiid 1. 1r ~liy would
tbey tak-i as r -kitslg chair''"
The party that a-cviip:1 ,iel lie
through the liunise it-oiosi.;-

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IGIIT was falling fast, and
thi' snow was piled high
againstt the outer walls of
the hovel where a poo)r niou-
ji i (peas:nti namned Kato-
ma lay dyiib iin a little village in far-
: wv:y R;iussi;.
Ktlit.i.i knew that he was going to
slie. It w.s :Clristuias eve. Imt there
%ws lt iio l):ilns'-ss in the season for him.
IHis wife. wIlihin lie haid lovetl very
d.,:;:rly. w:as already glonle. I'For three
*,ili-,.-itive years now his crops had
failed. A. few we'-ks before the wolves
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:I! I, t l ;i-: d. te'ljt ill; into the
: < .i :lil 1,,, lit:I:. to all the 'hlPitlllast
t I_ !
I 1 don't k!I!ovw." s 'ld lie. droppilni
do(,\ m I !i\' t.. It.e :tad sliding his face
iaa Ii-- hl:id. "l don't know. 1 :Iin surr.
It \ .11 kill hiT ift ytil tell lhtr."

I" -,. tll i tll a'-.t i liil'u h r tith d loes i't
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tl;;,;l~ lv it ,]II l i t o il : few
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ies ill r I'.il il n- ;i .ihli "thi it
Llit .1 \\ ::, .i'l l i I 1 th l | lt lhis *-:r f tr
t';i i as. ;uld t!h cit l!refI- lihtNe Ilelin
.. !; ;i iLt it l .\ y dl \ f i .i :... ,... I t I 'ske tiiy ha.i'art Ito
,' i.k I ,1 l..:. 7,, tdi d psoi | i. nt tlt!<-i .so 1
t 41 t*I ,- ', -- i 1 o build ;ir l'tleu
**t ,I \>.. .' i. ':. .i.t a: ill iii hlt f,,r

\, \ Ipt 1 r ', ,iit n i hour; loi;ng
t. n't !- i. t *I -;.., ,,\,.r I',r w ::th 1 :ti r 'n

colonel and his wife, the oldest dau.i;h- "- I.11. hat :ilre l3oii going to i
ter. a girl of fifteen. and the c ,i.lon-l' s a l i ti -
private secretary. Williama Wiinter. ', ,, !- ,,\- I ,l, ::'t." hl repel;i'-
"This Is the window they got in at "It "411 ki li hr ii \,.. till hI.r."
the fr ilrlig t." said Vintr, polnlting i "!1 t i!t i!i,, t io arr t-*t *on t
to a a) window on the ground ltl Ihir liighl. or \\!11 *.t i lo %%:iit I'itil ilioriling
leading out of the dining riomln. Anti t "'* *!ilr-t!..;:. de \:a3 i",. 4.X.-l:inle
this is the one they got in at the other lbr.-:ik,ni. .lin :i|,I l.'L-iiinind to <-.
lightss" pointing to another big win- li.. .- i.0-i.. '1 kinl-% I'mi Ia wr-tl.-
dow that was in the staircase hall iinl. kL.. I mt d1o aithlitiii: [ibut d.,n
alongside the front door. t.11l i r
"Why didn't they always enter at the It i:- lt 1:;i .- I .en thaiti thi. .l, rit
same window?" I asked carelessly, iii.-it i. I ,- i i t. ir i. ':i
"That's what bothers ilmet." said ti t- i.-..t <,i I... \ latl.. e hulir'
W inter, "but you can go see for .our- i 't ; i .1 t- i I.:., ,1 \\a t' t.iIl
self that they didn't." pointing to trami- ;1rIo: .. r .i ,, i .-. 1 i .a ti .11. S.ioul
pled places under both of the windows. l: !:;t>l a!r it d.i., i\.'s h.ialt I'i
"You see it was this way." saidl tihe i .; i i it \\,i i. Il-uiAdlte1 ill, I1
colonel. "'W e were greatly alarnait.d the i,,. -- .: ..I : .1 ",!,:i '.it i-. aiia
first night when thie silver was tak.eni. \\. Ii -t \\i:.itt < .. e ilo :iii.t:;t 11."
and we set a watch over the thini,-. \\,- I,... ,I ,ek 1\, 's ini; ta t l.i
Froen that night to the present this .: -c.. ;.- e t .:ppei.d :l,,iti. til
house has bveu steadily guarded froiii .-.n -. ,..-. .i, lyias ;ii d (r.,-
the inside every night, from dark until 1..1 t!- to i Pt. ait.' rt,-!i.hi..
daylight. And yet we have had lhrs.- w\\' .- t_. it i,,o i t:,- li.m :l I .. ii, i.
robberies during that time. It is thi, r.:- I,:iati ii I..l -t,,. ..tly uip Itot .,
Strangest thing I ever sa-w. and I'd li -- ...-. l ,, I \\.I ,a -0 .1 t i ,.
give (5W to catch the burglars." ill I :l I i( t ii;,i.l i tht' li,.,hil
"Are they operating ang wh4v erse else ,..1 ; li,. :ill li,:t 1, 1iit %iiti.I 1,,
in Rldgewood'*!" -L, :: -t, : S I ti- 'l t ,l,,i t. e l ,, 1 I. ir
"Yes," said Winter promptly. "the-y .... ,
tried to steal some things out of.ithe I i V ',. .1 ',il iJ flit. ot i:, ;i. i
church last night, and a week a:itothey [ill, I I .: t1 s. -h \.-,l st. ,i
broke into the'olice of the gas coin- .% t.. u t.., i. I li % \, ,,ll i thil ,
Y&nv ." It ,, ti tl, l, at"tlt
"Are you familiar there'." I asku.d. ,I,.%t ,a: .- ,. ,.i ;,,l i.h ;.\ :% .,_ i,,
"Yes," said Winter. .lr .i in
"One thing oItre. colonel., Lbefore I1 ht,. e ,.,i ... '" ,i t. hth. il
go," I said. "W il u .l iyou. t hll. ..... ., ."
name of the person who 'a- in -.*, .:A I: I u:. ,, ,, .i n tht. furI
in your house the last three ii-litsi '' ,.. ; :i.; |. .',i \t -n. I i .
"I was the person." said Whitt.r. ., \', I I t. thi,
"All right, colonel," I said. "1 iiam 4 ', ,. l i,,I., I. 41l
going back to the city today to swta3 i,. ,,,.
about a week. but I will Ise Ilack i ,t :i ,..i i .. 'i i .
Christmas eve, and then l will hlok up I,.I ,. .I. ,st :it.
your thief fur you. And. ity the, ;:i-ty. .. .. -; l, lt. ,. e i t i a :ie)
you might get ready for our t'hri-t- -. ... --- ... i,-.'la .tih til
mas tree. for l expect to give you ali :' ., i -. I, t.4, lilt- Itrs-
your things back In time for ..tour I,,. ,, ud left the th l.
Christmas celebration." .. ,, ,.,t-
The colonel looked skeptical and %% in l i., .. ,. : ,,.r. "' a-k..
ter shook his head sadlv. 'I ; ;. -, i. "c.' 1 .
"Dhon't you think you had b ttt-r stt"y L-t I'1 .,, liitti t thiii
here If you are going to look ft" htlia'.""I I .-' i, .i ii-tic k\ .id -a
asked the colonel. 1 ... .. ,. ,:d i l it ,IIl[
"No." I said. "It Isn't ,n.cvsary. : c. -. ,,: 'ik It \\ 1th I lll, .
Good day, you can loo'; for tlu Chri-t- :i -' : ,11 I ,:il .'.1 t .
Mas eve." 1
I said goodby. but I didn't leaveV : ", t. e 1 l
Ridgewood after ulL I only we. t ... i ,. .e ,, l tIls, '. i, [
away far enough to hide luIys-elf it a .t, e i h -t
certain little hotel in the little totNI I. l t -t L- l' .i. ail ft, i -
and there I waited and watched -did ..,'. *. I :-k s11. d % tt-.
as slick detective work as I ever did I, : : i j li, e l a. lis ,d-.i*tl.
In my life, even In a big city oil the aii,01 ,i t. I.tf this I h' r l.stilas
liest robbery I ever had. c ,.
Christmas eve found mnie. not in the "+, .' is |.
colonel's home. but out in t) ilt, i. d .. : ;, .' ,, e l l.
frlty air, looking into the windo(Itw isof
a little cottage. The cotta ,ge was the .,. t- a- .I t. .,, y a h ,' h ui-
end one In a row of woodtlen httl.t'es, i : -i 't \ v t.ilt tie e.ali
each with a grass plot arou d it. I it. i ,.I e ..I i:t" '''i l tli
belonged to William Vinuter private l .... -: \ li'. i ', 1,, 't
secretary to Colonel Payine; and ill the ,,. e t, .. ., tl 't !,v
cottage lived W inter and his ire and a- e, t :1 il" I t'4 '"lii- i "i' wt el us
.Wi lis .l mother;lso. .six Uti. le t of u .'-1 e s rune.







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e~i teett I I:G&.t. a rutlde .a1ti that.
rut I,- 1is4I-,, iiianja op t'l N-. 4111 wil

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tstl~a 4 "
ali,. tsi ""'i '11111tue. Ill. dint s'vi'
tiia~'tel sttli, tI4wa 1-0t IwI ta'li 1144 sleyli,
s.itlo% v wit I:.' l 1t- \'s thick black hail
4 :alaan'.~ u~s r.*sl. l ay je 1:13' iititenlles,
ill '.5I- s Ait I i-. 11an lint 0*1*! Z let!Ii
;i''i '' 141's I P.\ *', Sani-mt) i fsurt-lea'.
I S;I.?''1 CttClol) I't l-t11.4 i ll) i to) Ie %
.1 14'- I,, .I s %- va4 -. stiIll. rli,-,?houri

tore~atljita.z %%u;I,. ate~a- oly atdiblele qotidit
It'fult].%- kitid heat'vi 'eit 'a ;lelraise vp tine
ti-ite-mrm. t'tiiis i.e wsiat (,r thle uihiotn
tit! geesicl IstN 'III.thIis htli;,at irldsw iarmied
W ith Ia sit srimifelt tla:sit liee sltld not
wiiladltp\hati sutinlie 'azitslaid asw~aytin-
der the frozen sodttei.
\%*):]-his Iis hamitI res ted esf( OsslIp's
I a I:Iha 111tie hs he'art Nw:as% tilIle.d mill
tleOws \tlItIe iisthfijuihts ithe' t it'rf thel
Isso\ 0-1 qIIC4~Itgt'%-tll 'Tilet' rcueujilc
I uraiwd 'a.4:ame'-riag oe&'.'-shiI latht diro'-c-
t Iitael. .1! 1 .t l o -t-,- Il. iaf;'1:,, 11tti -eles.l V to.)
11 411% :i T vl:lsuI : ai'' It' I I %%t I II .:aia'the
l'tsan et. %..4full .4s.;t 'inzteuademraies.
Sht.e tlaiuee I.St"s t h.I. i* Ied. th401qSjO4
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I lint I,*.i ibl; t,, I ihl. hT \;i.% y ; .back to,
3111t ti au lli. iand lhow lie l't-:irl thi te
t \l\,d\,+ would d-\mlur lhar Ibefo-i ially I|I|. J 1I .
0oln oiihub 4 **i.n tI lt .k for hl-r. T'hien
slhe told B ;il- .lik:a that lir name was I
a':islibssa. --
l;io..i ki er ti li-ar rie t !1oil 4 i' i m.
c "'lThai t. ii -i-lu*1 I 4 l ,. \\,|,lt.. 'liill nriot.
Miy d.tar litit. \ .%,l>.. 1 .uiini4t i; gO N
tlte b.aI kthe t lht y illilt, for I kitow hlit
S belt 'r thiamin t:iheil sl.i-t l It re tis gi'reat
'"'i1r ; oill f O linii' 111 4lld W ,ii11 llll :IV lit?
tail :;iig fl,,r .Ithe Iight. lBnt tlh,io haltt -
g'i ili t ii t ilh I .ils 11141 [al in Thioll
.4sallt thiare our lir,. aind i-r I-orriidge. '
anlld :ll that is lil t.' thlt i l.ih;lIt '-hare
\ ith .1..sip. I ..aii) k'e. hiltI.'Tr antid (eol1 :1a\\iy.1 liltl if thIy aunt
c I. to ,laimil th'., slle shall tinlld thee
i'ti. .Hihd Lailpi.'" '1
T,.1 XI t ;> .1;s i:t |i i ,l i.l. dried her
t*..~r ;iidl w it I hT h,.ihl <|;i>p I in
lial.iisliik:s sl tri inl.d cht'.t-rfully
firit-A:i l until thi r tv iaii ,to a tlihy little.
I'ilt:i- se-i hai k Irin t:l lit rioail a shirt
'lt":i;ii-.e. I ;s i' wilidow a 1-11ltp
w'; as iriil ua .t ii Jl. I l A I
to tlalmc.i.ulka', i .,.Site. She ipushtid
its unlo- ke-d door opell, and the chill-
drenI entered % with hier litio a sw.-pt, well wamllllt ro1in.
.A l cir." chair \.is drawn ctlse uph tio
theli li.airtli. A- l':il'o ishlika: i aetreld shi,
,tlatii,.-d e .-iL t-frl :it this c-ha;r. ni d ait;;i.i
sh0I- inuitlt,*ri-0l mi h,-r h lr brt;itli:h
"I lIIl hItspld he might hMti\e 4o.i0i1t
alill'' I \\,;i> -it."
"4,;, l0. !ii..tl,'r." n sip s. i .kidl, ";vhy
di N o1il It.;I 7 1 i li llit'td l;lmpll ill thle i!i -
,,, ,, ,,, ,, ,FIN E
"'.'0 1 !Iti .'" 1 0-- "lli.+\ 0.1"0.d. "-h0,r llil ; lnt\
Oit'- ', :i-a;ri iii the c d ani d tlhe dAlirk
I0' ilii'hl t tiil his way to my \ln. r
*t.i .-. \:id ni o\ It4 let us 'sev if tihe, talia
Irl;:. i. k --pt wiarm alll this tilte. I \ .. I
I.... ,.i .e .-f rt I i.-ft hoiiie ill tlh. earlyy
ir .1 liiii .s that if any WanIll|Ir-
i0 i th-*I l'. \\ti I|:ith thv tii.gh,;s
t ies Ii e ,, iiiV r,,'% l.lliiI>.i -dt ."
Il rth ii- k'-lt W:ilr'ii. SiP, "
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inih Or tl,, Idt t:id :,* \:-.ili,. ii on lk
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tht child. What she said aloud was:
"T'.i La ldd thi.u lay*01t. Blit whya
art tihi nroai ol un uch a bittt.r night Sh
%vithi th'. little oi ."'
Slihe tsk the erippl-.l 1.oyi hi itr
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name. little one, and what doest thon
here alone In the bitter nighttime?"
At which the child's tears flowed
afresh. and biween her sobs she told
the kind. soft'eyed woman how she
had been traveling with a great com-
pany of men and women who were
leaving their own village to seek a bet-
ter lai d across the seas our own
*blessed America, I make no doubt-
and how. when they had encamped for
tlhe niglii. her aunt, who was the only
r lhativ, she bad in the world, had sent
I, r into ffie woods to; gather fagots to
i it atmiler their souip kettle, and how
thI. h.,id wandered so far that she had

a in::". laid ts''oalortei his last cowV. If he had
L*t tlitht ttl p hapsa ill Itbe lsiv en atia'rely ,laljeone ithe world he
'~ ~ 11, the -L 'l~i[ i x' .i yve-r cold., while %wesaild h s said to dea.th. "Come; thou
IIIt:. a d.,Nl' it. f- the tovts-. But tlwreaewas usime ither. his boy
-- iot.:'i sit aia thii~. rtiekiaag chair fi-r (is~ils. 'Ii,.' idq-a tr di :th Ielve'iame ter-
'4;v'-... a ii iiit't ~~i~ta'5 'aife -1ril-1 s l. '4' li t- i'I~.th 11.hit 41f 10-:101i1ag his
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:t to the great chair la the chin-
mr. She rapped her own
..iwl about him iad chafed bhi
w.-lthered feet until they glowed
Vntt warmth. The tall, pale lad
Agit.dI on gratefully.
I am seeking an aytlama for the Ut-
Sonehe said. "1 have to work bard
t keep him and myself from want. A
merchant has promised me work,
's, Ibe must not bring Petrusha.
he lt Ie would take too much of my

"Aind wh-.r, ek you an asylum for

naouolshl:a looked pitifully at the
g- Miall, -4ad face of the cripple. The tall
i answered madly:
that I know not yet. I was
S 'i. .4; 1the nearest town to ask coun-
*lo of tll, priest."
Babon l.k laid a kind hand on the
Ssa s ariu.
"Put care away from thy young
heart. Thou hast found an asylum
S r thy crippled brother. He shall
travel no further on the frozen roads.
l e lshall I1e my own little Petruasha. I
- have a tiny truckle bed Into which he
will fit to a nicety. Such as I have,
dear ii.il. I in.ike theiN wlclome to In
the ( hr 'i 'hihds inainm."
The nii.lit was Ibut very little older
when their three children. Ossip. Vasa-
II and i'etrushn. fed, warmed and
g- miaforted, weIr uileeping the (lre free
okep of Innocent childhood.
Only tihe tall Ind and Ilnloushka iat
1i ths lirfitde, lfen.use there was no
bed left for thelil.
"Tell '1', g(OId toth 'r." tll Io>y shaid,
joking straight Into her kind eyet ,
*"why ar.- yvn so pOeil ti nll "Ihilllren?
O!er fame has gone abroad."
Babou-hlika did not answer him at
am e. When she didl. her voice so',nded
as sweet a:id solciun as church chlilies
at vreper time.
"Yes, I will tell you. my s.n, for you
are nearing your own years. of respon-
pibllty. and it will be well for you to
leru In good time the solemn lesson
that an opportunity once lost is lost
"Many yoers ago I was sitting my
hllme, In order whlni thrmc men n stopped
at my door with a great piece of ntews.
*'We have seen a radiant star in the
iast,' the.3 aid. iand we know that the
Christ Child mtiut lte come. Le:ive thy
labor. Come with iis tio inil lhiii aitu
6o do himi honor.'
-"Rut I saet thleti ;iaw:vy \%with \Mirds
of foollolh Inpatinie,. *- s st tli ou nfot
that I ainml settiniig Ii lim-s iin olrer
Go thou to where thie stir IN-i-eeoll
Sthee., i"td I will follow at Smille liltirei
convenienit tineo. I ealli e itUs light
without thy hell.'
"So they witt their way and left me
to gro 1117b w ; .1 -, ': "i tl:, tilun' that I f miw t it i- ,' 1 I,1 follow
the stl; r 11-'i:- .i i lit l v:veills.
andil I i it1 i s.'t. ilult
Io I k -- C! ite 'lihrist
"1 ll \eb n. *, himln eter silie.
up auid 1 ,4 1 : I iil. Whi\ :u!ie r.
where I : i ll!' I 'hiil I thlink
Iperhnln s I holie loiiiul Ii i I '-I k.
and tm"y li he.rt .iri i,\ m r liimn. liut
n. n t yet lh ti >' I to4 iltl lt e 4- '1:i-I I'lnhll.
who ,se f;it I.' '.I hiie \l ili h l tihe r.nli
anlie 4f tf he slti I ,,- I
W iih te.:l m" -in,, \ i l tt'etilk.i herr
eye- li.is Ie- ile ir-.hl, i I, 1 1 ;l-hi e1 ill i.,r
chair Sm., !,i: l :il 4,! :ill iof he'r t1's
with l col iid frieti.l. .s liildirin.
Anid ai- h, lit a Ite 1 nler hland
aftelii-it 4l o *ir hl L tei-al :iild a lo\ ing
Voite tio ln it e.I i!i hmi eiars:
"'liai.-i~ im'h i s \' Ii i'e the I,.':it of tli '. little o es e li,' hl e
don. It tnlt lnii. Tlihey we ho" l eiihs*'h.
and ye tlok thei:i in. "1Ihy were Ihll-
gr.%-, *litl nl li,, 1 1: 1 UK 111e 111. T 11y
Wire < lil. :iii yiou li:i e 'V.;liiim l tlieill.
ThIe Christ t hiilI is :i thy O\i pI he.rt."
And on thalt .-iid 4hristI1-1i1:i iiioriihin
Bntouslika :I i kle iith a A'r';it pre-'
la her eoil, for t.lie kew'w tha.it slie hadli
6eaad himi sihe had I meen seeking far
and wide.


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toes Ifr aitl.*t ir ontetili I i .i
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IMcGriffll ias turnedil ut a big
wris*igia fkr Webster.

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W.P was
the Wll

'than 9% pounds par'n s; ice f4ror thW
J. O'Neil Wal {i 0* ith ai i
pounds. and W. HI.. giglr with :3
pointds. Fihih hsl beakaeaceUlet now
ninee Aluust and li| :Icatchem are
Quite a nunilmer io D)aytona glshermen
*l daily in their boats to Ualf Dollar
idsneml and usually brig tia big string <,r
ilue fish, alheepshead,'ibass, trout, whit-
ing and sailors' choice. .
The ,o ean piern ars a busy a b eoe every
lfay. hveiiff lined with enthusiasts trying
their skill in 'niiling awea bass. IHev -tl
thlisaimndl pound, have rteeutly been
takti n ;mid tile fishing is just as good iw
Thle ro.ail funii is in hlIoking a blig ihark.
Tio land a maneater and not get your
lingers line-lurnt or your reel it on fire
is i file iart.

-A u line f ll liw best holiday ibmkas
'i Ihlie market for children and ioiler
mli s at tle ll[tok Agencly. 22MN South
ILe ch stret.


Th'. Viriiii:t l'rlss .Aso-uiation will
i-ii I 'loirilai et:rly in January. MAitor
PI kii'.ti lni liil~ a taken tihe lretMonsiliility.
lii. l \\ ill ill u hi l meet 1 will tI general
.i|I' ia :il. iif Kiving til' "Flal'r litilheri"'
of tIl ile Ih ll iiiiiin a it tarty invitationi
to visit Dlaltoiita.
iS1.IS s plm lll litt 1l eJ Iow taikell to see'
Ihatil li ti' lli.e nill that tlWey IN-. shown
e1.,.* |i.,lsilih-le courtesy well they get

11''h ill.4resenimIatives of tilw Vilrgilia
iliets. r illk witlit tlie aikllt journalists oft
tI i iii ini r. .iinl its tiley hail frimnI every
.-e Iii n f Ilie S~iate-. andi t nd milers lly
t'. h. liii -iil tholusanil thrliiulhot the
I'llioii. \\Ie m liiigllt gflt a little thIe Iliggiest
a I vertisomeiiet we ever hadl.
Thli.e Mltil"yor inivittiillon we lio.|l' ill
IN ...I'- n mlh el il aall ihil'S ialdl elni lltasi.-i l
in every --"Iilleh wily.
\ililme liroivi ionlli shoulltl' li IIale to I
mh.\ i lIlii th lie.ity nld la intdiot inltriiSt
:1.1 ;l.m lit .
\ lril b l% \i (alter to tIle lighll lito ise.
1 iii-hl IH t ii a tirr ii.-l if tl.ev stiYii- l hat ilonig
alliil a bl. l,-lii'el t ld rel rl..
\I ,t 1 the liv with Ui hl aald of Ilullsi.
A:lil -\\ ill: i i .le tlhe gate".

Saill aiil see i those l, wietitifiil .eritl liatl
S..1 ..I ... .1 \..hhiil r iiiv.r i lf h li

j i-rM. Flg ler, pirsi, k-t of th, +
nlorids East Co stL.atil wa ., 8. .n,.try 4 4" I !. ..4 g allllll l
G i telW anf owner of a syrtmi)n 0i! I'ou,'i forget the News "item iloxes." Patronize tlw e(alette-News "'"' it ol
l i[telpll the w ,rhl.l armliij- A.lollli M. .hilhAlt.. jiiani tuiim-r. is at loxee." *
i tki rMA.- ra ntrianl nitied. Mi- I I'-,l..v -l .usI Willi M. Hisle. Lexington. Ky., and ii.
tll t,-neld liir twal)f 't'i. pait ,-i i "it Sm mermian, Philadelllphia. arll sto-
am a vilt.Mlload. t i ii ut- ..... ..:. A. lic .iXAat tle lin.l.m. [iopyrtght. 1U. by J. 3. 8lsa
yari. .. I.- I.It. M.rit.l. Ih-iooik- ili at t A R CRhO Ti, nglni
Tie. party with Mr. Wr~ in tr I. }'. M11r. alnd Mrs. J. S. Perrine. Mrs. A. F. AJmotor and g Oua sawO-
to pt y 4evwsh I-riet.II i.n ':"" .. Mrr.ll, of l'hihull lphia. han.'uleasattlIt jiizer and debt llshirker, was
J. it. Parroi.t. Iiit n ill. "" il hip1, .,r,. it-v and A. I. lti.Iteelt at tei ll-nn,,tt l 4II fil'r l l". a little late In reaching ll i
'h.. i. i i i ,,,i" i it .3 1 I.i..hl.ltl ,,(.r. office. I' l had mounted the stairn In
gw ieral ulmaiagier; .I.E.. Iln r.- i iitii. hil l -ji!i, 1 ,i,. l iht I rl iii ..i im. ,. e_
vu'e-pr~lsimle.iim: .1. Pt A l it.,-k, ii. i r, i. ---It isi wiwll inm nil~h ste lti li ;ii t ih,. his i isi:il autlous way and deel iud
mvae-pon iern .I. .. t. ih.t.l h'. r. | WIc II Iar, h lie -I i well eogh tosopin 0 ai i thatIthe ii stwasclear, lihehegota
manager, i .nd t T woff. .in Mr il.iT + l I:i -,I -oronrX nirla m\1surl risei. The cobbler to whom he had
intene.nt. Tler wwn in Mr l ln;i- ""i lteen owiniig $2 for two or three yeawr
t rIN. I. Wilw 'hi'g..I. Ma1. \r,\. was not only waiting at the door, but
private ear enroUte tet o ihulii I it, 1 .. 1 i,,, i. m ,; I I,. h ,l i.itill l 1,. i Italhl in. K an.. gistei r l t t li vit II i* I lis state of ml nd waig such that be
Ageit Jiib hail, ihra u ilm'I in i lfiii. 0i- i I ii\ 3. .... ii lir-1it. i i \ ha.l-l lie se 'f lr l a- lia i" t emlilst l i l.e t oi l, ii s itu ,. l he uajor with:
andl thlw listiguishl.. l411.1- ; t :it\\ .- If \-Ili, f l v tir t s li.el the major with:
hour viewiin tih.e ity.m li i it -l ,, -, -m *i ii". *" *i l "" ** lt N; issai. "I:y glly. but I pellef you vbas run
horol the Iflifi :- I ito l:..- 1 ,o i 1 .-. ait ii --verythini n.w for ii, t,, It thav, li.iy unld dou't nefer come back any
n o'tr r ms i t hey e l .fi t ,I hjf t ,.I -- e :j Sl 2 1I l l t .0 1 -. ,,,'e -i ttlt hi e T E %-#' r .i t hii u ry nleii r t h i t a t tilt -lr ,'
Ttry e1pn.sh...l n,..v,- .>- ,, ,,nl, l.l T-". hs.t r.Iery. "I M this be my dear old friend
lauch iplea,4 l \i il Niuti' i r:al:til il4 ,.Mil. i i ii .% .i i V WM:sserlnii:in?" exclaimed the major In
beauties of I|4a ,ol I111t si-i ri.i.4l ,I ;i- I.. ,i, in il :* i I '. II. 0, itallll.tt f Mr. 1an. Mrs. hn hler l <-. I. re ply as he extided his hand. "Good
well it muir mit'v :ii :a, i. l ,,- % li iit.. h ikint eri** "l fiII. a npyinfthe .ani,, ... l ilnds. lut where have you been for the
ri !;iii. l. .i -,.i .,,i -. ,.ili tii r 'rlii mIh last winter with Mr. E. \. Wal-h tlio l st y.:air'"
Mr. FIinac r lihli'i just sayv < i u..l ,- It 1.. ii .: ii armt taking their ii.:tils :it th. t i,i j "'1 liif twlen hunting for you." was
r.H ai '.l i things i i-. I.i -- Z i.i 1.1.. 1 i i i. ntt H o1ii lthe inllitt repty. "You owe me $2, ad
--yo n ,ita l 'al tli .t .iii .ll i,. ,.,- 1il tii Th,, ll,,|,,-.. h,, ii,, % I,,'if I l i'-- i I f rii iln my legs almost oE to get dot
u it t 'I. n riorer Opine I,.. th h it,,.\\ ,, l..,ih ri l ,.>. Norih I,.i-h etr. ay i-. \o 17. e i,,l1 y. Ii Iy vI.u vhas in your oflce Then
realizes his llisllike in lnot ie' lilshiii the T Pot griarv. i k.im-'k illi dur' door. you don't open it.
him private rmside'i...ie ti lh, I :lii'it\ it n "", le**tit :1ilhli pi m ini tihe mm tiltI- f sit me on der street. you run
steliu of i n l .kl e I. olih. tll .a t .>lh, 'an l Il.i tis .ire .1. Mi. MissF Fi ast *r is a'.-k l a aiiili for ih' a nliy. [I wait for you here dis morn-
W hi lherth i tl. \iit of Ih,' .i I i-te i ii.ini ',..|I I'iiiii. :II:i. n-ii i :iii l FI'rel II:art- winter iin himer ei mtt:se ii Iit '- ili unll w' s all settle oop or hat
party is ig i'liii :i tit of ;iny 1i1 l: .I I lwin l. I ,' illi,, I; I,1n. i avenue. iand! is t:ikilmil h .r n" -il ;i-:t l i ti S i0 'ihts.""
\move iiin w i al ;. m ii, s e 1 l.. ,- I ete. t House. l'Her lii: i.v ii.- ill "I'iiht'.s Figh'ts? My dear Mr. Was-
lii, in limit ii' 1tai l n ,,i rii -, --1 .-, i- i 111- l hiie .:l 1.i. .I' l hginl tm e hr. se'in.it, don't get excited. Come right
Sas i ,l i,, n,, A l,nrri- i. 71 I.:i.i-. "I.. ti to liy mtrtice, and we'll talk It over.
,i I I i. l i,.i .l. --, .S. slii ik.s sll, ;in li:n- kii : I've hail aI cheek for you lying on my
n i l thing i. sur: Mi .,il M.lir-. I' i\ i'i thie line m ,iali, r m h' h li l:i d sk fr t ,, a. st six months. I'm sor-
h r li ,-l at limt' tir,.l ti,,i t,, li ill ,,lii,. i .m,.li I ri iif .i t th Ir lllta ih'i mllil ll ir I' ,I rY I
lS1r looked i4le |.i it.tl -.\ n in n. n ri1 a n st t ie l'; kinaol t ih ,. n l 1 h ) I m il ry it isn't l-2o instead of $2, as you are
Floriila anil thlii f:i,.-- li.i ,I- M r 111- IIi.. 1 Ii \li. I ei l. lH i,-li- h h l.r l ,* tt, o i lin i o niif iy old frieiids."
ianil 3.antii-f. iilie ; l;.i i ,.m i -x,.-. l., 1.iinil \. 4 li| I;,|isti,. i. I'hil,,el. hi;i : I '' ii i ii Ioni t want some talks mit you,"
latil stri l mit 1; ini n i\ ,,I MI- I \ ll..n Iars Sill IN out in a fe ;>s for I said the cobbler as he refused a chair.
I1ii i i i ir I ,, "'I shall tke my $2 und go right
S.n N m more recepmti ion to tI' given iy lr. :>nD. ll M <. avi .,
P; ti t or at .t t hol(']. lsni m\ I lilt.I. T.1- 1v.' i-I'i hoi e and trust you won't," gently
J :. \, IIh :. f.l:.i.i*,,. i..1.1 ti thi"n l o lllarity lf tll. hirlinii, rei'lliedl the promoter as he backed up
I : T l 1 \I I l i ,,I ili ,1 iho'4telry I. thie sea. to tle .rstY coal stove to get cold. "In
I ) ssc l 1- I"Il I '-" S 'I '-i *Iiml -lrlelll i-e kI d mfII m iel 1l, tie ,, i il.days when I was hard up and
\fl 'Oil j i4 ll -k 1 3> < I H 2I' ."\\3 :i i'- l', 11 1i l ot. t a:irry -KIastmian kodaks. I 'row 1i. i :icn3,i il. l: f r. ft iends you did some work for
fr I 't'I i.t''l ,, li, lI,, .. i 1 M....I ,. Illi. lihoto allutits. etc.. for 'lihristilln --. at iiie u a didt not demand the ready cash.
L )Itl. t'l 01 it'll. i' h rris'. lPek lohwk. phone"l. In fait. you trusted to my honor, re-
Sililll. t' it i\m -t St: x lIuis- .. mm. 11 1 -eselm.. i ipos-ld eoititlence in my financial Integ-
,',lI i ,l ) H-1 iu.kS i ll :a i l11u i ilii ns Silomel' late arrivals at S'ihamni'm s \ illhi rity. It is one of the things I love to
S I ,,i.f. i, i, ; ...I lit of i.i l.'-t.- an- I. Winter, correspondent o thlie N,.\\ remiiem er."
S..ii in i ..:... n. I'lTl e inli'alio.tiin Y,.k T'I'iln s: .ias. .. llnseyv. \ \a Y'ork: "Youi ssiiih you would pay me In two
*It 1 1 4 4 l+(t l4i+ '- i++ 1-4+i++ i l, i l I- llI,.t h,,ht- ill n t hi rt Fisl,. lN1i.alil: I'tipt. I;,,..I. .l. r d:iys." pirote'stl'd the cobbler as his
+ i, lm i,, .A ir iii il eontiuuet4 to stand up.
()i \t- \ o i li-r..liekson i, h .. A.\.1. I,., I dil. the fact has slipped my
1 i 'n I -, .- ,, ,\ l:,, ,. li, 't.. stie liilll. It is only a trifling detail, how-
S) li l 0 t l it, |i .**nl Mrs. rva .. Itnniin < olihil>. .. r .sWa .rmanu. I presume you
S14+++14444 +14.+.+t4 x ,- ,,,,[ im,, -T,'i ilishi fiori totls. 'iov" hnl:, have hilmnt of tile great change In my
S4 I,' i ili ; lji i:i-i itiilitioni' You have not con-
1 l,, .Il ii,, i. ., ,' .. ...' l ', ,L i ,, i f. :iWl his -3tm i lons lor IHl ,. lim iilial l, hml : i ,~' ,allatm,,I fie. lm,,t you w ill as soon as
\1, 1. '1 -" M ,- \. '.o l h: h.i liioh, b .t ..i fli hM,* i, 1\\d i lt ih fI it- f h y ll.r, X. xe itellnent is past."
1A l r .i.\ I i o I l nan. :it M 'oore ito. 'I i,1l you li don't want some talk,"
tlie lii'l im.-II I i i .. l ,, 'I, Ii. ,il, e'' j replied' thie lcolhller as lhe began to
III. I i.>1.I1. *iII. i .,,l ; .... I ', ,i l. ,. i' ,,ii l |,T. *l'i ( i>iks ni w lleslts i. ir'-:. IIhi; 1lill,
M l. usilid M l- 1 rII, *i,= n '' -' i 11 L ,i :,0 i ""1: "1i-i *, "'01- ll \ i.-e and Cihllt a rles M ill.- .Ir \,. V
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i' '1 \, \\x \ xith these iuii iihdeil'nt re aiiri'l- cii i,... i .' i I '
"la' TIh. Iboll,,\in clilpping from a i t -i, | i i
l .mmci ,li.t will manikte i'thi r 1 im- sinel ili-'
S' I I, .i' e 0li ll-1 W est l- it. le a i. l .aple. I i. li.i i-- I
1i .tid M lt- HolUghton. we van asile j 'l] i ti..- 'i I
Ili l i:zette. 'niI not intellndinK to nVI1 e UW v
i0. troni'eui Ieth i I t town n thie Im.st t' t. 1 I i.t
S'vi d i I.. 'lItimo i is h-re tfla iy. "Th'e n1141 1 lil I i : i
ii'.s m i. tand Mrs. F. !! H. Iltm ihton
i i 1 11,* .ltdl to I Ie tl ini in laytoni ligffain
itidl f,,r thle ssunrmnye thatthey ai to Ie Osteopathy.
-i .iiili.1tlt v sw't1 ed tI re. 'litey at-e s I
Si.alel h-ling thIlelie imlves illn s ilijtai le lit. lir l it I.1 I 1 \1 \\ l i
,I T- and;i will lea.e ti he lt 'lt.nt'is. tlht Still. Kirk-\ \I1 -- i
i. t ,r's. huilt,. Iow on t L ke W ortli. ii '. :. '- I .. i
I .iV. aI;:t IG;aette-New .
i lithe enlighten lte t of tlmeSni \\ -e is i ,'.
., -,.,i % ill s~ai tlit Dr. ani .Mr. HM uii ht onmi e i I.
'i Il l.lxtoti a. have' hots bere which the.\
u' i,, liltr,,,o inu. anil on wieil.ih .t x ill i **** OS9.0999 1091*1
i ,.,lme, t ini' iiil.l. Tle'Ti rul'i ',tli al MI I DR. BR .SH
.. tik. hli- ,h vime, smile with tiew Tr'opitcal
Sill or -' niiker with the -',czkte' New' s till h i I ll t!,- I\\
,i -tl'Lt JteSt'y .Xilkt .... .

.. I h 1, I1,ah pil sed the Mtu .t Ai .ir.il g
4 'l ,,ean..r ryMail will deliver alt ot1 i hlou.- DR. E. R. BRUSH
i ir iii n au-sol-4 AT l.\ PI it Itxmilk 4
I l \ i .' l i i 1 iIliit ,lar l uo ji p int l iitter II \ | il I
i 1, it ;ail -we I'lt t.utter milk. lrol a l postal i
a Ii* t .h in thil I:aytolia I.,to,, fit di rem ted \i,, ,I c \ '
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Florida Box 11 i. de6.2-otItf I
J. G. WAItRREN, Proprietor. i-----............-00- "


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Edw. G. Harris



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'Phone 91



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MASONS BALLOT AND EA .i **- ,s I -,:- -,.
v ha\e won \ouir du.-liler' h lnlrt."
IIl I. -- \ '1. I' \ 1 i Sl ..'" nmused thle hildT!y s:.-.. '\\V,. hI.
- H.,i i l i ii' ';: :i "l'i r .l. \ ,.ix s 1 r e kl'i.e l 1i t hii t 's i lt l r ii3h1,li. I t.n .. li
ii 1, : i i i, ll ii' nili l Il Ill. mtiii t 'i i 1> 'l hler lti te m l '
S i \ II..i lI li r 1a ill oll. It'. lie il slippi l ill I L 11
Il ,, i- I r .111 i i.l ,'. at : il .it l h h' i :i l dI lit % e i' : tll it Illi Ii. i llr
Sx '.. i1 ,,l .i t l' 'erll'l Ilow11 f r e teli\e mtrs." l;illi
u more News.
l I '. I. Ii x1, i \ "\.1" .1
S' .' ilAig Him an I laentire.
.. .... i .I l n-I li li,,ope." s idl the t irl'- i:,lhr. :if 'ter
.. .. .... ', the youili m u illilu iiihre .' h il >l. '.ir l.
\; |i i I, I" -' \\ I" I" II ,nuhI; "that I 0 l ta il t a l propel r tlii.i i +itt.-m'
\\ I Ii. I I' '- k11. tm-lit"
Ss .l es he rl o replied. "I t1 d 1111
\ Ii I i ,' 1 m .1Iii j'.i k II h lit J'lli d. t ,, l h iii
SI w s eni"t l igalge to a 1 i .i3 1 wi i \\iiii *- .\.; t
to ialrry i tli the iitil.i e l l.'t hIlroi 1 Ii
..1 \I \ l" x II. } collegee" t'hica- o Ite,.cori IIt erahl.

One More i)rlsrhaerk.
1 *i 1 inll tl11e.
I lt t "This autoiio il gunwli,, a tfitiire s.
far :i m 'irtshil is l loneried
II 1.i :. 1 I h ;ii .1 l! >. ;t it .' \ h li
V." l : .0 n, d l.I n. It I w s.s ill "* itl, thl g 1o'-vles litw \v,". rs ;. g rl'
: i,, l; i,,,.'lil \ iT t lteiV simld ti t 1-, k the IA, i ll titl.' x to '.ee
w illtlic liet is iln ild adI I e:lm iii t It I, lti!.
", i lmil \M' re Il.-:llltii s lhge
S' 'l w .:Ii' it it I '. ,N l'l k -- .i oull0ll il0 'l- li;tZ:lir.
oi I: I'-1-. ;l l .l :I rl d itllt l :l l t
Whbat n Wiltidllits l.
S I. -' \\ -x e .; i \ li tin t ft' itllil ,
'"(':il 1 iiiV little Io- o1 mirl trll ilie the
11,! 1 In m i.- t I '.il, l ,'nli.e' t lti I ie All little -' t
ii l rni :iiilig iOf ht e 11 \\ 01-id WWi.W\ ': :t'.k.-d
Sli ke tit tli tI.ii cer ''.\\ ell. W\ illie .' to all)11 T -
'1 I .l .%,t.1 i ;]i I\ l u, h i tish r1 i 1, ,
S .. l chill w\li wax\etl is li:iind xviorn 1-l
". \\ id01w." Slt ld '\'illie li'm.tilti --li .
.Ins t li l \\ :i I. i n i s .i a ,
', 1,i ,..in a 1,n s w- \\ ie xx III t -1 1 wt rlie -i .:-
'H l 't h 'i "* 1 il banld.' New mork li-rnIl.

~tetin iii eamabua in.

13di- H'33 w'

(naume aced IEffm'4.

I ul .- delit, I .tt at, t t
Inl u stlt.' of si~rist- t u I l 1!13i-x say,
lut stem-hid it !it~e 1,ith-
'hin' L i'' rt.a 'ill mtrA in '-
W ~ei-t),1-, strdx-ditocmy iit!,,-ir -I'w.- t%

'I''ti' 'mnI m'3 a iim'is artm I 1.ixxx 1to
Br i 1.%mIx ll t ,j -.4im. It**a :1 1: I.%!a xI -r 2t
bwksk that hmm-s up tu its cuxer I'Buston










S "B'lY .ioLLY, lPUT VHAT A MA!'"
tidmolut liii-elf. "If you vhaas a rich
-1an i!i iN\. you cail pay your old debts."
.. .. 'i trime. miy ilear old friend-'tis
Itri. I ..in p;apy la thousand dollars for
e\ '.\ i mill 1 owe. and the feeling la a
Ileii Al ne'. You conue up here this
iIl 1r1L1ii1 to collect an old account of

"I ni 1 w'nit hl int right avhay queek"
..lh.'t tin old account of $2,"
ni.i-'d t liimajor. "and you had no sus-
1,u *:.0ii f Ilie motid luck awaiting you.
.' v *i frienild, don't have a fit or faint
:i\\., XNlici I l .nounce the fact that
.. hli ;i'e lieilli :ipoiiuted treasurer of
thie I i\r >iial l;oat raising *umpany.
x.. .ih li.is just ileen incorporated with
:1i : i:l ot' $3Z.tul ,WiMo. The appoint-
ii.':'i \\; IIil:ide last evening., and I
x\ i- Is,',.':ited to inform you that the
s.ilix \\. imil0m lie ?si.mr.M a year. Let us
Smii;:ii iit,.I e.ia'h other. Mr. Wasser-
li.i. I :illi the president of the corpo-
ri..ii3. i f course. and, you being the
Sl,,Im-rIr. xe will run things to suit
ilt:'- lx. You eiali take off your hat and
:tlpri .1 ind go to work at once or I can
.-:\. iti twio uor three days in which to
pi.'i,...' ifi' youtr 1iusiiness aud get a
sx\\ .i l, t llil"tled 'ilt."
"I \\:it nli talk I want no goats!"
e\Tl.i;ni d the m'cobbler as he pranced
:iiiiiii lthe rm)oui. "If you don't pay
I I t ,s, w\e shall have some rows!"
"ul;hiil. Mr. WVassegnau. It acts
I:.;' \\.ily sonllietiies. but the excite-
ii ii \\ '11 ip.ss off. 'Yeti, you are treas-
ir-r f tlie I'. 4;. 11. (.'., and I will ex-
l1i tIn t-u ou that the idea is to buy
::.mmililli4 ;gioats at a dollar apiece, ship
*na, i tlte great pritiries of the went,
:.;l 1 -i!, l i. titor s( o they will sell again
ti 1lu ir cenit profit. We don't want
i.;, t. \\ e\ r. 'e lpropole to supply
I,. \ rl v ith goats' milk. It has
S.+ : ',-,m, \ried thlit one pint of goat's
i.' I. r di.iy %'imitaina more nourish-
:!, t i tili.:t live ipoundsl of meat, four
I ... :-1 ifl Iaiim'r or half a bushel of po-
t ,..- 1 lite :i\tere aiman can do a full
S- x, \. eI 1i l on I pint. live him a
: :,I I.'11 work all night as welL
1I ~ turiIer lieen illscovered that
t-- 13ilk is aii almost certain cure
f 'ii. iiptinfi.' asthma, liver coa-

'I1 \.i Iaiy nie dot $2"?" interrupted
tb le,.r uj hei reached out for the
i l.,1J 0.iiiAt collar.



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Published Every Saturday.


aubseription $1.50 per Tear in Advance.
leading Notices 10 per Line Each Time.

Entered at tihe Poetouie at Daytona,
Florida. as Second Clam Matter.

Saturday, IDw. 20. 10M)2.

Twelve Pages.

The 8ampiter CIounty Tim-s.. .. tI. It.
Koome editor. has. just .l,.I-rstee. it.
23d auniv-erary and lriiisei -- tiin, icra.-L
and inqlrolve its plant.i

Au exch'intge li i c. ;.c .ol itmi niil.ter
"FunJny lthiig b.-hini tlh.- ft tlights..'
W hy not ilhin.1l.- i t fillilin things iliil .-
diately in fronl't of tli*w fOtillights.-tl
bald headed r, w"?



:The Srothedit .
Ar M&Ke Ussoe

TIK' qGaztte-Newft app..ared last week
as a '.jx-4-4 lutifl. eight page 22xIO '.lw'.t
and very~ ervditalple in appenarmin'.-
Daytona Haidifzix Journall.

The Girte~tte-Newil, o! IDaytom~, is keep-
ing ulp m-itla the jircoe'esion in that liveky
lE.ast (Coast ttOIlt It vo~tlSS to its thin.
week tuhimneb itjrevedl in appeamnie and
eight pagePs hintviul tof foutr.-Saim Matei.o

Dl..faytona (saYA-tt&.-Xoum shas" been

1.itzpgirahtl is p1uieli'ehiig a live, wi. t5)-dIatt
Iole-~rt-itmelfrom nthe aflpwzrai~th.f of the
101110-1- thl uiess"'#-nt(ift hat jItwe arn-
ixisin tug hel it Iilw'rah supjqrt.-Wal4o

tct110.1 BEDTOP LMEET lteI34110l.
A:se I -ill thi-t l'ierida IJl~istprs are pros-
I's l 1tg h )ayte)la 6a ;atto-New'. hase
I I d its s ~iz.e mIt ier to tineet its in-
.s- l~t~l~ We ~ are pleased to
,11te t 111~ I,10p'. 1-11Yv h s h 14 attenidinag


Mention has pumloly be mad4 of
the proposed reduetio ai the ia on the
line, of the Florida Bast Coast ailway
to three ceets per mile, o etive as
Christmas Day. This aaao e at has
been heartily applauded from Dan to
Beersheba, or if you prefer from Jack
sonville to Miami.
Having a monopoly of the East Coast
business with no prospect of competi-
tion the announcement came as a mNr-
prise but none the les agreeable.
From every source comes favorable
comment and knowing ones predict it
will give travel and tralk such ,an
impetus as to far more than compenlate
for the lose by reduction in rates. Be
that as it may the railway people have
drawn to themselves new friends worth
Ten years ago the Florida East Coast
Railway blazed its way through a
slparmely settled territory, through bogs,
through jungles of tangled vines and
undrgrowth, through miles of uninhab-
ited hilamock and flatwoods. To a man
not baAked by millions of money the en-
terprise would have been a failure,

-- I ik'idul.
N' e s: I-Ess TO I'.". But a Hleeting decade hasdeluolntrated
Mil. I. ( lI-eliare'. a folrnler rt.id,.nt
,if 'Tisi till.. is niow on tlw editorial the wisdouof the ve. The tide has,
,taft ofi thl DL)iytena (az.-tte-News. Mr. turnedd and the imunwnseoutlay ofeapital
Iiitmr,i was qiiite poiplular when be it d&stitnd to prove very remunerative.
r.ili.-.el in 'itistlillle. a end we are always it was when the Missouri Pacilkc
plel-asedltopee -his genil iieunttenanceoi on % was thrown across the uninhabited
iiliall llivtr. S l,' ss to ill) i.- i i-- a
Slist ,Vt. tate. plaiti and desert wastes of the south-
wt wt so with the Florida East Coast
.LAI.i1i< t IV nFORM. Railway. Towns have sprung up as if
Theis iiilitsilgttiiit of the Daytona by magic, truckers and farmers have
;iaz.'tte'-N'ws ia.is fiitally l,.e'ilel nott to scattered themselves along the line
issi, a daily edition. as was aniinount ed
sm. aaittietto. 4t 4will anotitnue a where formerly the bear, the deer, the
St lilte t fills ago. b ut w ill -o tithlu "dne a a
v.kly.v plublie.ation. TIm, paper appear- turkey and the catamount held undis-
.i li.L s wiek in eiilirged forim.1weing now : putedl sway. They have tickled the
atn .i h-iage>; .-si\x-t.liuimn paper. Mr M. I. eurth with the hoe and she is smiling
|I, htre,,.. h,.s l-mn ianillflncedl aS city ] with bountiful crlqm of fruits, vegetables
.,lit Sjiandl grains.
iite..HTEKS' AMI tIT. i Mr. Flagklr fartherehowed his business
Tlishe. lt.:Vl iti .i0'1tt4t'-N.ws, already a.-iinen and farsightedunesm in the chat-
oi i eiiir righlii.st ainld I.,st ex,.liang",Ia. mater of nien lk tisurrounded himnielf with,
hlm-l I, e.l *'iilat -'l froU ai sein-.iolimn nliiwell of fine parts, shrewd, of good
f.lio to, si .ix-oilliiliumn li.rto attnd other- ex.'utive.bility.of undefatigalleenergy;
vi-.e tr.,illy iiiitrovle'd. Mr. L. ('. fkilti-
a. :istatv. l.ale-.lit ora.l ther. olunt they tiook hold Iof a work which to the
sft. I,. ai.r r. full of iit..restilg rnead-, average, itiz.en looked foolhardy and
iing.-Miiatni Ne'\\ -. er'pdily pushed it to iuccesiful issue.
i Tihe azette-News congratulated Mr.

Huudrt4d of wil-l duiik hav t\ bee- in.ik-
ing their hl.adquairtvr ni in 1.. I., :..
Rivet, in frout tof tih. lmnli.u lIim i.,'ti '.
this week. Thety s.-ei w.i I.. iv\I.- ti il h,<
fact that tliny wviil noit l>.- .l.-si t". Is-
ing within tIlhe t' \ lin its.-l-:it I',.i-
Ad% ocute.

W\ ith pira-.. in tl I..- 'hiliihi,.i %. \ ir it!
South America. trii-t- in tit. I litl'l
States. It xers in Chi'tiini.al itiliS -ilh' -hlii
on thee$Spaniiah throtii., all in aclioii. it
looks like we might tIe goini teo thi,
demnition how-wows with a tolio.rg-:in-
like slide'.

A town girl fhir. with sunl-kis'eI l hir..
can wheeling dtlovn the strvet: her fate
serene. her age lH -ge- whiz. but sit
was sitet! On the -.idlewalk -lick slet
came down quick, with a j ,Ithati
book her curl;: lhut thel w trd- sh. i.-edl
nmust be exci-mId-for hl-I is tlls. ,f i ri r
nicest girls.

Last wek liltytolit Ivet1id t lii't%
carloads of fn.reight. iftee-ii ol whVii w. iI,,.
menrhliadi*-. anIi lh,- 1 ..II ll i- lint yetI
well started. This tills til' little. tale.
Just half of this wasii. r'iriail lirt-itli-
die. Our ninhauit-are iimo it ,rilt', iil
by the tar lot just to kevi p I iipLilerat-
cem. We lhavil t lhe i nd.l1,, :imil -till llh.-

Opie' Rnall. jriit wright, visited L ol.Aigevl..s iii siiti'ii ol .1
composite' iitonial vlhiiria te-lr ft o1 ii lilvl
be is now w writing. Ipie. display ys ,i lIrg..
amount of igii*oralnti e, of tle geo.tgra;iph'l
of hiMs t'ountry fopr oiie whoi is s..w.ll
read. If he lad h comv' t< liityvtoil It..
could have found a national or iiti'er-
national n i illomite..

s \ 'tsll-<-i' IlIn tifolio to a six-e-ollmlin
e'l etdoug tsii'i lto anl lii.s ih1 '-d1 Mr. I.. ('. lDOnWi-
We'll Iet douglinut to dollars thit :a,a. fail,. .writr,,I. tI its staff fas citv
theeditor of the iPalni-t toi N.wvs is n-I e .diit,r. liilt h.r Fitzg-ral.i is giviing his
old I -lhadwlor. II.-re an- it f'ew of hisi It'-op1.' ;i alei r that rithly -ilirits Ia c r- -
equibs: diail sipll|rt(, ;ainl w we an i glad ta olis.i \.
lhltt tlh'% ri wi iniii it to hliim.--I',inta
A fat man ine'ver seeiiis tIo t iake ll a t l n tl- I, i itt i-
muc-h rtoom ais fist w. n. i'elat lraIi
C -- t i.. l tI .. ...... I. 1 .. : i .. e

C.3l1lI I- III il le '111e 11 4 i %%1111 \OilU
can chill tIe most arde'-nt siiwtiiiaint.
To r -ad old hi4oe hlttl.'rs niiak.es womienI
blush with pil asuri' aliil a Ilaita with

What Ik,'Ililil ni..-mili- mi a hilian inay-
thing i*O just now is ai first *Sla--- ,'niiti-
mian' -idub, runl i l. ;i tilei'ilin-, :ama, its

vyeal-rs toincl (,vn .lJarkonville a tO
Flh rila l ni'trollelis.

%lMrs. I lvye~s S. Graut, widow of PIrsi-
le'nt Girant, di'li at her remielenr inll
Washington 'ity. laht Mlionlday light att
11:17 o'l'oe-k. :agilt 76i yearS,. Death wai
'*lue to lwart failure.. H.'rdatithter, Mirn.

lll; \ \M \ l: : ll T. 0. .\. 1I | .Nl.M \ ;EI. "
't 'Nellie. Grant Sartoris, wai tlhe tonlvly
aout li st \ e.k in i ;I e l ittio i.- w .I..So a till e "f .r ihilhlren with l er at titr. tiniain af
gea t ly eilargm.-'I inl imiprovle. .Mr. hIer de;tlih, her thliree' n- who i had Ieen
-it zge'rtahl, ildelr w selis maniiaiinitw t.it iiiiii, all lwiigo out ,of thw eity.
t li Ei:iz '.Stt- N |iw's has d( ll.p l ilento l n te
"0altl- sii1 il iii v\st'kly. n.i.il. 1 TIDE TAIIl -
iui,','- Ill ItfritII- pr,.plt h,. hias, TIDE TABLE.

liaaItaloidi tlhe i ,l'-a of rlitiiig in n illv
nt.\\ |>;i|l.r in lI.\ i elia. I'ut \\ ill Ia, sitis-

a telllW'rn ii i.l li.r |. \ t llil ll at ;i lie- i i. i'ai,,el<'-r ail iitji rotvt te
adive nor a lark allt<.\ luhl. ilit t i list 's.';kl M I'ii.er.'iall has ar.-fit llly
ekla ,.-4.- n. .'entl,.iOnai re sor-. ll. t ti, li-itiatit n and ..m ie t
lh, 'l i ,toe'illsll ltiat the t ll ii s olt .yet
an ilnstitultion wo.,ihi irine g hliidrl l.t e-ei' ,,r s i il' I, i,,it r an l i'i,,til,. l.
of peopllle liro- t'ver y, r ani holi a-l ll. e- t lii i .i. r ni !' rt itl t o transi. r
lfter they got hel i. \Wiha ill siarl thlt pa itag .i'iil -kl iInto e thail ttlilt is
move? Thite e.ilh sliomil ian \, '-a ilg Iik.ly to iI., n ill Xi- aiilitii're iilStt'al oIf aL
rtno IIts, vlt.r- all thle- I il ,pa:il' a et lel .,llr,.t ,if I', \' ini'. I ltli iiii a i i lly ln.5*' -
be perumdl; it lhiouil hlav..-h,.e-k,.rs. and cards. biut lie gitaililig oif iltny kind l niet.5 iii -. .\ ol paying wee,.kly ie in ir'
could he allow.ed. No naiii,.-te shl tih I.- l. ,fit to a i. iln eiii iiV tlhian ia allowed to lienter the rooms. It sheoiisl i ;i dliie_-m n e its p lilishrsI.- St. \'lIgistilii
have a polite, geniitliem Nilan l. tiii 111:111 illn -' nini Ite.,, iel.
chanre, and shlil l lt e| wint.l'hlr al I l 'i t _'l";
summer. It would fill a Iirng f0.It n iUlt .
-Weekly News. "I Ii'",""'llir 25:1 ial 21 re Cliitl ripl

Br'er A. P. .ordan. editor of Ih< 'i' itn:t
Gorda Herald, i a f ltliiit. i11.111. "hi.-
Gorda Wiheil. i ia foirtunate itl. TI>iw
is the iwa Is' gave thanks upi ie nd In

tikts \\ ill .I li t,, :lll points ,I tllhe
linif ntl .Ih lhri'hl lost'.t I'oat Itailwai
ait niim fai ftir th' rlinld trip. gfpiml r,-
tlirniing t ill .lJanuary :. IIn 1I--c. -,. :t>.
*"t .... I ..1 ...1 .,,.I1 ,,.I t,. ..i .. ill ,,.


a. hi.
Suinl ................................12:14
Mo11n y............................. 1:12
Tie,-sdlay............................ 2:09
\Veli-s' ly....................... :2
Thliir lay-. .......................... :5
Friday .............................. 4:40
t nrliy.............. ......... 5:2.5
IOW TIlit:.
Sunday .............................. l:2S-
Monii ay.......................... 7:2
Tii'esdl .............................. :34
W\'il.-day.......................... :21
ThurI s y.l..........................10:21
Friday... ........................... 1 1:1)
Saturdlay...........................11 :.1

Lunch ColRmblia.

pi. Ill.
1 :34;
4:1 M

8~: 45


'I'The launch 'Columbia is running to
I'on-e I'Park and New Smyrna Monday,.
Wedntsdahy aid Fridays. leaving the
North Itridge' at :4, i. ni.. and toutch-

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F7" d it meN.
&ib M abm


On Christmas night a cantata will be
given which promises to eclipse any
previous effort. After the cantata Santa
Claus will be uibered in with a few re-
marks appropriate to the occasion and
perhaps substantial evidences of his love
for the little Sunday whool people.



The Christmas entertainment of the
M. E. church, South, will be held Christ-
mus Eve at seven o'clock. Becitationi
by children sad nuags by young and old
will be the leading feaatue All are
cordially invited.



Christmas nights well laden tree will
bring gladness to the hearts of the little
ones. An entertainment suitable to the
occasion will be given by the Sunday
school. On Friday night following
Christmas the Rev. Mr. White, of Lake
Butler, will preach the first of several
sermone and these services may be pro-
tracted through the following week.


On Christmas day the services at St.
Paul's church will come in this order.
First iiaia at 9:34), second at 10:00,
third at 10:30 o'clock.
Santa Claun has arranged to open a-
store room at St. Paul's on Christmas
day immediately following the 10:30
mass. Choice fruit and nuts will be
Sainta's specilty.


The I'hristmas exen ies at the First
M. E. church will be held Thursday
evening. Dec. 25. An excellent progrusni
will be given. The singing, under th.
direction of Horace F. Stewart, will be
up to the smial standard of this efficient
chorister. Tiere will ie r.m-itatknu) and
dialogues by the Sunday school scholars,
and a short address on "Christmas" by
the pastor. Rev. J. B. Hawk.
A Christmas tree decorated in up-to-
date style and bearing surprises for
everyone will be the climax of the even-
The general puldli is cordially invited
to attend and witness the exerrices.
TlIw pastor will preach a C(hristmnas
wernion tomorrow at 1Nl4 a. In., on
tlhe thlene: "The Social MesWage of
Christianity to tle World."
The Epworth League devotional
meeting tomorrow evening at seven
o'chock will diseumi the topic: "Christmas
-Its Message and Motive,' Luke 2:1-20,
John 3:14-17. An evening sermon by
the pastor will follow the Epworth
Leiglie i meeting.
The Christma st.'ranon will Iw preached
at the church at Seailireze tomorrow
afternoon at 3:30.


J. M. (thborn, of Oteolda Tribe Noi. 21,
is in reeipt of the following 'rroll:
"-Wigwam of Tiger Tail Tribe No. 19,
Imipreoved Order of Red Men. 4 Sun.
hunting mmotn, G. L. D1). 41 1.
Key Went, Fla., Dec. 4. 11902.

To the chiefs and brother' of Oseola
Tribe No. 21, Daytona. Fla.:
You are cordially invited to attend a
horseback parade and other aniuwements
on Chrimstmas day, given hby Tiger Tail
Trusting that you will come and join
ui. I allt.
Fraternally in F. F. and C.
Er'niEx L. AI.mnRY.C. of R.
Nothing could contribute more to the
pleasure of the Otceola Braves than a
visit to the Tiger Tails. and if possible a
respreliitation from the Osceola wigwam

his local 1 c-*ll .-111itllluT %ill1s last week:
haM local co0lit lst vI.ik: I, 'fI ith I 1ilIriitit1nn.:1. inga at ;Grand Atlantic dock and South will go down.
"1tr. 0. it. Arnisitroniig is' It,\\ Ci iriniU Itridger iraw. -eI'aves New Smyrna on
out all excellent arti. h* If -a. i iit ,r. -- the return trip at 2:001 p. in. Sps the6 Cagh Wars a el t e C
A sample gfivet thIlis l-';i..ri.- pril., I'lii, i.snt it \\-h'lt a liLtl iatiiiit w ill --- Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets eire a
highly palatable. .in-- iii1 n. ilall '1iiiehitsiii'1- t* g't For Sale at a Bargain. cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. 25ic.
Judge .N. 11. e Ik,'stt-r lias thi. sinee,,.eiv stu,.k iup1 I..ir th,' Trolpi.--il Suin fe,- Theil nliof wi ofti t of iSe. 31, Twp.
thanks of ye s'ril..t for stv'ral aniVa i-t.aiti,, : 1S8. Southl LRapnge' 3. E.. containing 20 C1ghsn0 dCsl iaCh 1es.
1hohei of extra tnh. vaurit. a "'I 1.r it -, lle, et .r ,,ils ;t o w. heing about i mile north of Oak IluseandpreeicribeChamberlain'sCough
This arili. ag;ii r-i,1 r i9- k- s ih,.- lil ie s ,. ti'il Itital.. '" IHill lhtation ont F. E. '. .Ry. TThe above Remtedy for almost all obstinate, con-
h *i*gotiod agand in fres~~~io-14t M. 111"shmtu A'"Ofstricted coughs, with direct results. I
his gotd and T.wrousi frienld.. lr..ali,. .,,iie ''ild ht- ha i Ila nIhi-l .,par Vt intains about 7* .are of the t prrie it to children of all ages. An
Sterling. thin timi.s for somet line IN.in,, hi i,.... e t lhe,.- ,.i...'. \h it i Ihis goi. "ilrv rylanllds in Florida, and is situate glad to recommend it to all in need and
of the ever bearing varih-tv. within i2.-5 yards of a drainage canal seeking relief from cold and coughs and
That getwrls 1.il. i i r now in \u\h. wlhiich would thoroughly bronchial afflictions. It is non-narcotice
-w, lr l. I ri.. h .- il I hirrai t inthit .k lands at all seasons of and male in the hands of the most un-
sw', Iir66nttsit nis s'-nila, whilt a i 1 s ,, i-. :.' I..- Iisle.". 'pf o t ltri.it*'. % proemionSl. A univeral Apanacea for
lhuwA'iou. joiieHalta, li.tlh.1 il brul.i hto. t e. \ ,l ye-ar. Title- lerfe.-t rice $450. all mankind-Mmr. Mary R. Meleudv.
.gh iit to surt a i al li ena. I a i aizig t t Il Ilirt of Edw. Fitzgerald, Daytona, M. DI., Ph. D., Chicago. Ill. This remedy
M y an lto start l er th pit. iFlorida. Is for sale by all drggwsts.

There willbe ten o'clock service at th
Episcopal church, attended with th
holy communion.
'The music redred will be: Anthem-
"4lng, 0 Heavens," musie by Alfred R
Gaul; T Deeum in C by Walter Gould
Mrs. Willaume will takesoprano solos
Miss Archer alto, Mr. F]eldrtenor, Mrs
Arnold soprano. Mrs. Heath alto duet.


The Christnas exercise of the BaptiMs
Sunday rwbool will be given at thi
church Wednesday. Dec. 24, at evein
o'clock p.m. Following i the program
opening 8ong "Awake" ............... Chei
Opening Address ................... Lewie Cole
Reeltatlon "Whe anta Clas Comes"..
.. ..aSo e oasell
RecitatUon A Christmas Dream..Guy Hurd
8olo ............................Lydia Owlan e
Reetation "The Read to Heaven"..
... Mands Knigh
Recitation "Christmas Bell". -
.. ......... Myrsie Rollini
Recitation -The Night Before Christmas"
............... Cyrus Hurd
Recitation -Watching for aRtaa C s"
............. GOracile Rich
IMalogue -Merry Christmas".. Boys* lass
Hon "0 Queen of Nhts'" ....... ..hoir
Recitation *Christmas in the Hospital"
.... ..... Winnie Hurbert
"The New Toy"..Clarence Odum
"Christmas". .....Mary Rolling
S 'he Borrowed Chimney"
...... .......ClenZ Rich
S The Little Christ Child"
... Stanley Plettepher
"Uittle Jim" Lydia Owtlner
Hong 'tMar of the East" Charlotte Glad
Recitat ion ama'ss ChildrenL".lAlil Baker
S *The Eastern theplhrd"
.. ....... MMlred Odum
... ....Mande Baker
"*Teddy's Cbristmas Turkey"
....... .. Percy uollns
S ............... (ra e Baker
"-Tbe Birth of Christ" .....
.aSdle Rolllns
Hong "itRng, O Bello".... ... Choir
Recitation .. Mary Clifton
S. ..Jessie liton
-" title Willie"..Rusell Owtnner
"-For a ULittle Tot".. .
.... Mage Morgan
Dialogue "A Modern Banta Claus".
Anthony Dudley .......... A. K. Brokaw
Mabel ...... ... ... Charlotte Glad
Marian ..... Lydia Owinner
dilth Ella Winnlngham
Bertha ... ......... Dor a Ownner
Florence ....... Hattie oGwnner
Frank ........ ....... Alva Hurd
Pearle ........... ......... Gracei Rich
ell .......... ..... W nnie Farris
Address .... Rev. J. P. Graham
"Glory To God tIn the Highest". .... Choir


Saturday evening about 7:30 o' toiek. a
sneak thief entered the Maley residence on
Canal street and made away with $30 in
cash and a return tkiketfrom Daytona to,
New York. The money and ticket were
the property of Mrs. Snow. of New York,
who has rooine in the Malev residence.
Mrs. Snow had been In town but a short
time and had asked whether it would be
sale to leave windows open when out
for a little while, aed had been told that
shp could leave things without fear of
The thief put a box up under the win-
dow and climbed hin front it. Mrs. 8now
saw him as heamade hisecape. hbut could
tell little about his appearance. A serv-
ant of Mrs. Jerome-Maley, whowas near
by waiting for Mrs. Maley, says the pil.
ferer was a big, lubberly, ,overgrlwn
white Imoy. She saw him leap from the
window and beat a precipitate retreat.
This petty stealing has become an an-
nual practice, and it behmoves the pulo
lie to be on the quivive nnd try toI nip it
in the bud.

Yes Kw Whatl Y Are Tkbg
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simply iron and quinine in tastelesss
form n om.. No Paw 92.9


Stuis wein ad'w i
18off itmhe

So md.k eamibe
everybody I tow b ut
ithemomI esen eoe
ltrito7y is wld eolov ,
ulu amd thoem intekseed
teUmee of a liet clams
ecotrbote to it.
Now, if you have SI"*a
write it ol and drop it i
box. Give your name. at
that we want it for pobilihea h
guarantrer f Iomdi faith.
We expi-t iteinms of rivaroi
of a soial, edimuational, moral
or business harnuter. We
know who coiew and goes, t
nments of boating partiess, au
ments, the doings of elubs, bt
tions, little sen.ations, birth aa
and man3" other things that Uw
mention hern.
Don't feel a hIitaney in '
ing because you .nr not eosve -e
the Kingt"' Einglimli; w,." wil
your faulty *vntiixs ain atragtal"
dimrnlaim.neie in ,ortliography. 01-
we should iprefIrit ready-poMl-
are glad enough to get the -
varnished fa-ct.
Patronise the item boxes a g
make the Gazette-News the
paper on the East Coast.


. Adam r.hantz issued a
', nouncement to his electric li gh
Monday which is of suflicit t
nwrit an insertion in thepw coel--
take" effect Jan. 1, 1903, aadIl"
"Elek.trik lighting xervine *
ished over electric ntiters at the o
t 20 rents per 4100 watt@ -sili
P notice. '1
a The following discounts willl
: ed to parties consuming fr=ma!
r per month, 10 per cent.; W50 to
e month, 15 per ient., and overall
I 20 percent.
"The minimum ratefor parthe
r g will be $7.50 per moth 1l
t months, ie from first day of
first day of May. The minimum e
remaining seven months will t
per month whet her that anouatb k
Sor not. -
"Parties uiing nimters will be .-
rent at the rate of $3l.00 per dtti
advance, in addition to serviee
"Parties not desiring melesi -
make special armrangenents thiMql
office. The rate will let icharped ai
ing to number of light and bom:
are ued. At no time will the
rate lie les than $3:.MI per moio
entire year.
"All bills for electric lighting rn1e
are due on the first of each moMatq
sooner if the nmanagemii ent fltds it 1
"If bills are not paid hy the 10th 4
the month an additional five per Ni
will be charged. This rule will beiM
adhered to.
"Patrons are r'siponsiple for the -.
edition of their nwters. All metelm 1
ealed and the lre:aking of a seal &
sufficient vaune for dis-onnecting
Patrons will be .-liarged for all day
to meters for whi-ch the' manageMAI
not responsible. Tihe nanagemil
serves the right to diw-onnect uai
able patrons without noti'T."
It is predicted that this rtiler wI e
sult in the loss iof a s inall la'm1'elnt
patrons. Mr. Stliantit evidhently l
that the loss ly withdrawal will l be
than conmpensiate' for the inctre
price. He is quoted as sa'.viing tdt*
was making no iiiiney a.- it was.. 11d
will bt ki-ks coming. of -ti iir4e.

Dlssolution of Pa
Notice is hereby given that thei
nership hertoforea iting betwet .
Rose and E. D. Laagworthy has b
mutual agreement dissolvd. AlW
debtednese of the firin will be a
by E. D). Langworthy.
J. .. Rosr
E. D). L..NwoUi^f

Hotel *for nt-.
A well hIlilt, well arranged hotel,
lightfully located on the' *.a.it bank of
Halifax. opposite Dn-ytionl. A
distance from the ont-all. Goohd IIIS
and hunting. Permaiinit for thelWt1
man. 'all on or adtirlnes
Mss. Ailait E (;glaa,

eal XEstat e v Sf*t**s.
Twenty neres of first .lai-. h .k4
land; fifteen Lm-ne now in fine for gardening or farming. A
Editor of this paper. A

For eSale-60 Acreo Te o
Twenty acres under liog-pinoo w
fen;.: fair builldings: tI arei akit
pine land. Will I' w'.tsoled tI'l- l
to X, care of liazette-New .

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.'it 1.l'i'll.Ti T" '11. it IMvIi CITV. Y. IhIngler on ilis a achievements. it congratu-
T h,'l l '%l \ l< iil t iiNl< -. \\ w i n 1 M lI- ,
lhge ,l it \ liIi ,i Ii'4t. miikig Lites hIis able lieitelnantts who have
it ill e.v.-rv \\v i a.rS-rtlit io tIhati tl rislih- .wr4'ually engiw-ered the work, and it
iiis litil.- itv. 1r. I.. I'. ililiue n'e fOlsill- t smgratulates thie fast t'oalst peoplewho
,.l. eof tiliis iel.1.- ii.\5 lIdles tine- r .esli1- e,.ij,,y the advantages afforded by it all.
si1l,, i, tiliiln tef it% t'.lit<,r fsor Ith .
-oiiiini 'ilrushi a ,asoilli" *niel if aily Ine'S .
sef implta,-i., ,S'.;tl..-1 his -l:tlYgh'-v.' it Ja.lksonlivilt-. is the Clhicago of tlhe
\ ili *., ll w t -rilSlt iil.Idel.--l-'h -- Mettrolilis, thei.i have been Ibuilt 2644
ni'1i.l ITS i'otT. Ihotlius. ,NothingI hes than tle opening
'Ihe- i vIyIt oa ulz, ttt.l-Nw.s is le- ro1* ftilt hm I. lhniaintitanal will for ia hundred
pi-ini n irailly. It li;> ,iliiiget ,l frois a
..as' it t'I Ittall .Jwslvaea it









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lnild,1 Rich, Fragrant

and Absolutely Pure. 0



Our 5 cent "SAN MATEO" is made from the choicest growths of j

Florida leaf, grown by Americans on our own plantation at San Mateo, and

manufactured in a dean American factory by American workmen.

Our 5 cent "SILK OPERA" is made from the highest grade of Im-

ported Havana. We make those for smokers who require the aroma of the

genuine Cuban-grown leaf.

We manufacture a larger variety of high grade cigars than any other

factory in the State. Cigars to suit all tastes, ranging from 5c to 25c.

I.'( S .\ .IN IN IA.\Y (NA I Y

E. T. Conrad & Co. Atwood Pharmacy T. F. Curtis |-

Dr. J. M. Jones Howard & Morrison Clarendon Ion (

The Breakers Color)nades Pharmacy J. E. Rush

W. F- Gille, Jr. & Co. Graod Atlantic B. P. Smith 0

DnrlmH-ffn Irlln Sonre J. A. Shanks & Son R S. MnIv

K- %AI I IIW % 6. L A 1 f..


A Talk to Those Who Eat

hunfict lmeIn. iace -Nilv .111- 1 .ccI
~cranlK-1-ries, 'ik4'l" a i iiicecli'l

Nuts to crack. all kilmk:

BiopetJCSi. il ItW[i ltldrs In thcit' i.~'

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Please Return Theom. %olticc of Arrlica'ioiifi br 4iunrdcaare'.'salt.'.
'ccac i ac Is\ I lc 0 111!c ;1 c -051
'li. ~ 1jett'. ~Isa Iesrc~e.il ca, Ilait c I e %% lls I,-
ticil ce' ~ a tccas' taaci~ii.lic :[~s~ c~ :' It c~'c ;, 1 .t. 1c 'cMi.
icc ccci. Ii.111 llca tc t I .- i.~iia i- cs Ii 'hc c ciilII'c-*~i I ci

V 11.01-11,01"lii. .
a~iccl 11a 11cci);, I e cI Ae 1 i, \,a Lt the GOLD DUST t ins do )ouriwc c
Iii. I c ? Ic i I I 'llc I i -Ii:c' llei icik.aca c5 l c'cc i ic s I c
ice. ~ ~ ~ pl. qI a is tcct cc '. cIiAr ..ArtIcn.1':cc c 'i\i ~ tc

'I\Icept c cil.lct .

W e 11.1% -141, iii~a ;'ix "iiI. l i.l i'' jutI. I If -1J'I I I I 'if it f III ic t I r -: 1 -1. 1 ole iiiis

ii I ii it.Ii a i t I] I .i i of Ii l -
0,1* 11. 111 lt I A. It I ll
*~~~~I;- illJ t 11,111. O .T'iii I itet i-i v *I I I Ws \\ I'

~~7~~iXHIT',s CREAM IaLiiIliC l

OR S ERMIFUE![I Daytona Steam
-. 1'k ,
Im8 Led u-I~~ LAUNDRY

&4X~M ^X'Yo"3Fl1LT~R-C"J'XWWM

mill clean anything cleanable--lothes and dishes.
ots and pans. floors and doors-:n fact anything
rom cellar;'to attic. GOLD DUST Ightens labor.
:ssens care.
lade only by THE N. K. FA!REANK COMPANY.
Chrcago. New York. Boston. St Louis.

TYhla signature is on every no off th gc nliul
Laxative Brooo-Quinine Tablet
SMM remedy w" eurs a eseM -f t me 4W

Miss Nellie Wilkinson, of Ifawks Park.
s in te c tiTVe ad lulM.
waN in the city this week.

IliAncient .ignrm, fnrh nut andi
erm-.kers at HIoward & MorriTuin's.
Mrs. (k'o. Jones was np from Ponce
Park Monday. making otmie Christnmas
pun-ha. p.
Daytona liai ntmell ow windows that
.would Im n rendit to ston-s in any eity in
tih' I'nion.
lI'a Der. the ip to-dnte Iarler ia re-
joiiniig over tlw ailvent of a ten-poiind
l"ey at lii i house.

icme athe wtI' tititer's t'rt ij
about next st.

I0N'rill t4i .Il-
of weddlings

Itiolpt. .11lGinff,tuon of Mr. and] Mrs. Wni.
Mel riff. has lween prcnciApt.'tl to) hlicae '~"

a.~r,)d.' whI) ilaw;c tvc.1111at ii anfri ani
i'ceifiv.. cigars 4c1111fIMile'xaitl .What
t lai-V wanit at t Is' N41alt IcWl14-1'tS11-10'
gia ee'ry of lhowawnri I & Nhi rris. an.
Ili Ile'ic''v's ttaiccat re'l igwre'atimn is
lii';cdicig Dlyatialfmiti' arc rain. Iliiis .1
%v'rY wtarmig tciicli'r tandw ill jai'a va ke' icc-
cci alic'te tcaeIacaaaieta. te'st % t iliji-
jihrainit and firavee v, our sicli-c. fear Ifii w ill
stIi r ami' rimsileis.
04Y-"Si7.?li fig l114 a'i'le ~ea it 441 h fi 1141d
4ce 1ecif~timiais. ecrisla t'reac i thelbreadci wt irks.
Ii '.clef~arazsh-at thc.g ewai'p-vyiii lieeow; il
A ~aen i~e N4, Nai t li'aa c .t w ''
Airs. I'k'l tanail odha:s alisjae uca'ilif t h.
D4,mlac-;t ivak e~trv i .'a i.r talee'I 'ilii-da~
'1V4,11141.ti, eeMr's. IIt'.1. C4'eilut. atil %I ill
tA-v 11'111ic-11h ne'ue"itA 11St binthe, ici'aic
til4. le. wc' ~i~llimake' smlce' icajare-10vo'icai'nts
401 e r IteI'jI-I aIeI0.'t r-4 i'ei'lt y leirc'a'lie4a of
NIcr. C4'art.r.
PS)'ho-e'Grcaialiicg Itakt-ri' ha V a lim-.
,tIf 1141111e ninde' canal us. 1n1t04.1c141fruiti s.

Theli oys at ail do wn-toiwn harlir sthop i
,irt the laugh lon the nman with the red
lihat l-th othlr night. Next tinie the iird
hnit atist finiliiesml an j ahoilira ilntin iwho
travels in fa t private rars li, willdi.s-
Ie'IIj- a iltog'tlier witlhI till.- sti.kiii lialti-
ties itf lie Inaterials nseal.
'Yll'lcl Ir uraiiliig lIkakery lt'arinl is
Ih'lllh li i l rea Iolallus. it is aills.ollh t<13 fri'.
flro aintl thing injiurioits.
Mr. nidl vig and a frieldl. Frank Iiik .ll.
;i irlleoeiiilhitt CI'hl-vlacll liinktier. iwent
,hlo\n in tile w:ilrrs adjavelnit lhl if Dollarr
IldMitl ulilaYl.eaiyfoa llittl, s|oi.lii wihlit Ii
,lii ''y iil'.. 1inwl lat lllth,v'y dill w ias a-
I.,1 nl 'T'liae "Sait. Whil'.n" an'ili.l in inlik :i
=_'iy 1.i114l that afterirooin ain.1 liui|. i Ml tI a e rc.us. sa ck hialf llll it lof ss. tr ,il
:;iiel I lIsi.Sh.
"l a 11111ail 4s. rihh 1 Illis., frSn Ililuis 1 lf
ill kiil s. jis.t tlir'.sl't. I frill l Ii l ii,,..
A.iael illlieI from l tl'treeh's.li er:llalluial
ait lilw:riirl & .Mrris n's.
IPe'lrC I 'arlls sa vs li'- liils several
tili s bel'ni asked too miake a iecrie l riide
f 1Ili'r4., m ils onl tih l-. il'i. bl Il ithat his
Iila sila., tlies hill i alw il\ ;nail l ht lie :tiln-
ino iI ae.le-t it tI train. Hie wu1il.I nItt I w
ai'erse. lioa ,te'ri' 1 t 'raiiniiig ;1a l 1c1:1kiing
I ('ihrist icas ff ort to liowr ithl reor-d if
Slit illil il l a c ill ti le i sla;lte f i li--
litihral i. fort lhrnillinig. I'Carells l|;|i
maill aplli<'atiio tte e'tr theI lbicycle
rce'.iisat ti St. Illiis Wol-Ial'hs a;ihr. .lI
.s.is hi' is gaoilig to rilhe till hlie g'ts up
aiionlg til. asetOd4iml class iroflessiohials.
;1ndl lia I|eOlN' sool)e to rn'a-lc it.

s- -- .--.S.w a ds, m.Jk -

John B. OWi -li
on the'pe1 miulM i"tM
adjoining and wi i nprWee -
Morris Wilder. wife ad eMhi i ar
rived Saturday afternoon their
Queen City bome, and have hA Mup
their abode in their elegant puliawa
home for the winter. They wew wwar-
ly greeted by their Daytoua friSud.
Wllt's about time to think of havtin
your houp fixed up. Kont A UwimerD
aire artist., in painting and paper-blang-
ng--lettcer consult them.
Gforton's Minstrels are coming. The
Western i'rpe (Texas), where they are
fltiisliing a tour pi"eak in the highest
p'raine of the troupe as new organized.
Many new features added since here last
ImIiketi (iorton's one cf thestrongest and
most jwopular organizationson the road.
W FrFre'h bread every morning at the
(iramnling Blakery. "It's the kind
in otlwcr used to make."

Mrs. (iocinez A. Pavetti reached town
Sincliay last front a protracted stay
Nortli. In Ithe sunnier she was with her
ihutliand in Clhicago. but has been at her
old hlion in IAlxington, Ky., for several
week .. Si' nam'prts very ugly weather
North iand in delighted to get bark where
Iihe siun shitne'i nearly every day in the
.W Make your children happy. Go to
.1I. It. Cole. Kingston, and seehisimmense
display of choke. candies, nuto.and other
goofl things for Christmas.
S.i.vs tla- Tinees-I'nion and Citizen:-
ThelI Geirgia Southern & Florida handled
a sl.-ial varload of cottagers for Day-
tonl andl St. Petersburg through this
.Ih y Friday. The party came from II-
linois. Fourteen of them took cottages
at Da.ytona for the winter, and an equal
tmiiilr at St. Petersburg. This party
'oille't tio Florida every winter.

l.T'l'm i Daytona Novelty Works wood
ya ird is now supplied with dry pine and
.oaik anid qliitev' these prices:
I'ii'. 1 2-incwi-$lt.75:; 16-iwh--$2.10.
Oak. 12-iinh-42.00; 16-ineh-$2.5Sl.
I'all up ihlione 70. They will deliver it.
The' (Iiztette-News ackno .i d-Oses a
pieasaait cail Monday fromiS. It .owley.
the wvide'ly known cigar man irer of
Sanl Mat'o. At the recent State
I'air Mr. Riawhl.y had a fltie display of his
make k' c igars and succeeded in cap-
turiing tihe first prize for same. His two
iaiA lioranidsl are "San Mateo" and "Silk
Oprni." Elsewhere in our columns
" ill I. foiundl a bhwlk ad. which will tell
yolul InI alout his choice smokers.
'g.l. It. Cole. the Kingston grocer,
lias ltcI' lige'w t stock of fresh candiep to
Ie. found hirealkont. If you have a
swec't totlh ('ole can surely fit you out.
IBen I Nr. tlie North Beanh strel t hamrlNer
is Ul to --naow tor nothing. He is serving
his piatlrons and the public' in general
with a fa. -- aassniae' which is proving a
drawing card. The process is something
like' this: Hot clothi are first applied,
I heii at skin emulhion is used and the face
matniplulatedi f.r aome time, followed by
mnild alppli'ationll of lot cloths. Then
a iha:ge is made to cold cloths,
fa.irthr imanipjulation and the finishing
toui -lces of dusting and soothing down.

fHoliday Goods!

At Moore Bro,-. you will find the largest line
S andl i best assorted line in the city. We can
S1111y lnlntionll i few:
Pocket books, ca.ild c(s<.s, cow hloris,
Y .iinkee po'p pistols, spelling 1lMocks,
siil Iiaits, fruit and waste baskets,
('Child's chairs ;id piush ;its, elephants,
Iol a iid ldoll cairts and chairs, etc.
('Cift ;nald .ilir lboxes, etc., etc.
(th, well, ,llInI in ai id we\ will please you.

Clothing at Cost.


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This issue of the Gazette-News is larger, contains more paid kcal and dspay Advut m %mic

County than any other regular weekly newspaper ever issued in Daytoa.' 1


I^Boeton Baked Beanp at the Gram-
Ilag Bakery.
T. F. Whitten, a former Daytona
merchant, has taken a position with
E. L. Brady & Co., Miami.
-Don't read Moore Bros. ad. unless
you want to take it to their store and
get ten per cent. reduction on your holi-
day pun-hase.
1). F. Morrison. of thew" rocery firm of
Howard & Morrison, went over to
Barberville Tuesdway Ito visit his family
and returned today.

ll"Whole wheat bread at tIw Gram-
ling Bakery every day.
M. A. llrutns.ii. a firinmer New Smiyrna
merchant tai I pritie of good fellows.
vast up Tii'edlay and Weinetsday attend-
ing the Knights Templar conclave.
-Barnes hliia (hiitm.iiia candies to
burn. Call and get some, III. to $1.00)
per Ipound.
Those of you whlioliave'di.st;int friend,il
if you can't d.h.ide on ll siiitaile lT ('iint
ima pleinait. lht us SlUrgge't tihe (;iae.te
News entit we.kly. might li t w quit nei -
-4ull laind s :ill ..f thll pretty thini
that Itarts.s ll.h ts-- 1ot in Christianis lacinn.l
glamwiarc' anlnd w r.'kery.
TIhe nenliaia.-iiieit f ti' lilirfely ientlir-
tainnient wishes. toeextendli'arty tha iks
to those wh li sueh generosity illn iiaikingf tlhe litrfori-
an'e a tiwiess.
-Sounenirs. spoon. shell and orangr'-
wood nloveltioe for XimiUw ait Bainies'.
J. S. M.atsn nnd family .cant. in fronll
Covington, Ky.. Saturday. and as usual
take it iottage for theli winter nionths.
Mr. Matson is largely interested in tlie to
biae libusinest in Cineiniai.
-Toys. dotll and Christiimias t lings for
the chiilren. at iBrn.W'.
S. Hi. Gove is preparing a finie lot iof
coquilina lals for shilpniInt toi T. A..
Snylder. tit e'ii.iiinati rltlip iianlnuf.a'-t-
urer % lin iis buliildii i pialtia' :it I!IH'!
Sound. Tl st onell is iiitiirrie'd iti tiie'
Tonioka. liroghlit li're illn liglihtrs and
dreattlsd livy Eee. Ilittiiiin.
-I sulrd aliand g4 i o liarnis' for Christ.
mian c'aandies. nuts. figs. dliItes, raisins
and fruits.
Thanks to-i Mr. Fiehll'r foir the' fiollow-
ing figures relative. I te t lie iirtainnint
fund: TIhe' inllint r'alixAl fro ni the
sale of ticket, w"as 13:14.lii; til- exlpieti*o.
were$37.741. leaving a net lalane' of
9.5.40: hih li will In- etiiallv divided
between tlhe p li lilirary and tlWs,-li.Aol

-Get Andersn, t. lihe cauy and c'on-
fection iman, at .Mills' 'afe, to take your
Chrintmllas ciindies. Twenty-five yev.ars'
experience: will supply any a 1 n1.1' tity.
A larty of feoiirtleni hailing fromi lnii-
ton Harbeor. Micli.. came in Wednesday
for the season. Soeie tof thetmi have
oeen here liefortm. ,tlwiers are leing initi-
ated into the delights iof lDaytona. The.
roster of tlhe Iparty is: W. S. Hoiward.
wife and daughter, Arthur Pielips and
wife. Hal inltlirow. wife and daughter.
Mr. Uenthrow. Sr : Ricluird Burke and1
Charlie Sicieth.
-Havt you icalled- yet at Mac.Kenzhie"s'?
Then dci. Choice line oif fruits. confer-
tions. tioy mooks. dolls, stationery andl
Xman goods: alito delightful Iimemade
preserves. j.llies. marmalade. etec.

i 'Mens" rubber boots at their Globe. If.Dr. Taylor, dentist, Peek Block.
Mills h ba just itesed it lot of very t.wty The Daytona liquor easew are post-
bills of fare: tlwe w quick lun'-hes" will poned till tlwe 29th.

go Otter now.
gtiThe Globe is the ouly jplae't to bluy
men's and boys' clothing.
Capt. Roy McFadden has returnmld from
a six weeks' stay in the BahaUmim. Fie
brought back three tons of swa shells.
I.At J. A. Hendri-cks' you ill find a
ikce assorted line of usefullandlornamelnt-
al ('hristnias Iir~n-tiits for tiw while
family. Call early and avoiii tlOw rush.
Tie Ga-wette-News liasi thi' nei.atst dlis-
play ol hotel cards fl ounld in thw State..
and ai our paqier is on c llh' :t ilie l-. t
hotels in Jacksonville. S. Augustilne tui
in tlie ('tirolinias. it mightlt tol iN' wiortl
.lnctliiing tio our nidveirt-i'rs. "(itt iin
t!w swing tlii-. i f yoll whlio are' not
with itls.
( ll l, 1-iii4,int blly ai l-tltr iri'se'ntl
for the lady than ii pair of queen qualityy
lihens. They uln- stylihli. se-rvi-al.l' and
it like' i glove. h ii ai nrt il' lest vilti.e
tlhit -:;ini I' lI-;a for thei nl ie-y inlly-
wi-re. A. i Klklemu'Ks.
ItDa.Icoin li a- li:ihd la guests this wi -k
thirds irominint i nrintlh.inenii from their
Ke'ysttoi e Stiat". Meiwars. 4 i'ei. iindl S.1iiI'
Prn.as and Thlioina S irmirtie,'ld. Thli
et.ntlemieln at-' c.risilig, lIisuirely down
our inland wi>ters t;iking ill thl silliits
.indl inililentiil* l cimarinirln f.w "diie-k' alind
Ilandinit fiew tish.

-_4;,.nthliien[. ilbuy yolurives ;i Ipair of
Selz shios for Chirist ulit s and "iii;ike' .you(r
feet glad." We, hali ve cst rners \lico
wait until tliheYv t Inrk from the' li rth
in order to lity tlis fatmiicilo shis' f uits.
aind who mniay say thier aru' l nei Iletter.
.1. A. F:NiimllahS.
En.iile hBerrien an;ild Willis S.iwyve. of
hI'rthlieter. .. N. Y.. I I slandi Soutild.
aire ancliored inii til Ililift;\, cl>se bIy
Yah'lt (I'ih liHolse. They ;are ini ;i aihili
-rruisinig laIunh liand will go it th t li iil
of our inlaiind w;trs-Iiy litv i.-.;ivii.
I tll\ -t ilil l, trlnlds i. t ri i cl' l w .h.,,ri t ito ;

-Orange dishes, fruit baskets and
mewing baskets at Moore Bros.
Drop your news items in the Gawette-
News "item boxes." \
-The shell and fish scale work at the
(iraniling Bakery will make nice Christ-
mnits pieeintic. 10 cents each.
Miss Ida Luriey, of New 8Smynia, ham
lbeen in the, rity several days visiting

-Dance at the Opera House, Daytona,
Xmas night, December 25th, by Fielder's
orhbeetra. Mis May Warren. from Bos-
ton, 'ornet. Admission .. eta. If the
people of Daytona desire to keep a first-
elas orchestra in tune-ready for any
kind of business-we hopethey will show
it by a liberal attendance.
--Spe Smith & ton for alligator. ehate-
laine, wrist and Boston bags and pocket
An account of the last meeting of the
Palmetto Club received too late for this

-4;i-o. H. Clark, sole agent for "Huy- --Rlyal brand neck wear made for us of
Ierm" fatn-y candies. ilks of our own selection.

MIr. Ma oi. of Freelport, Ill., who has
liN n i e-r two winter, is at Mrs. Vuill-
ainm e'ls.
-"Huylers" C(hristmnas andiies at
('lark's jewelry store are Xmas novelties,
Iwautiful fainy boxes, Xnai pici.turkeys
a;id other fancy shaile.
Tax Collector Smith and Amiensor
Wilson- wenr busy at the city building
this we'k.,
-II yhlei's indi.es make, a nice Christ.
lin.is gift. You can get them at C(lark's.
Mrs. E. K. Pratt has dliconmtinued her
inforiilaioni huran and will sp'nd the'
wiltser at Seasi.de Inn.
--'o,. II. Clark has the exclusive
ageTincy for the Wa'termainin mountain lwn.
ThSl', pns imaike ai inic. Xnlia gift for r.
geitIlhni; I.
Wortlien (icive is at litoln' froni thl
Atlantaii lntal 'Collegie enjoying tile
holidiiaYs wit h-his friends.
-Mtrs. .Moore announce' a reduction
sale'of lhaits and silk riblion for the
coiiiing week. eitinning today.
lr. II. II. BIrown. formerly iliyor of
)aivtonili. plas'd down tlhe road Thurs-
l:iy ion his way to Mel)lournw.
-4-'llhoice il stiatll- Pli iis iat coit anel
'sto it h lo' cul, itt Mrs.. li iiglass'.
geniit \Wilkinsoii hlis s l two lots, ii

A young negro sneaked into the
kitchen of Mrs. E. K. Pratt, who reiden
in one of the St wart cottage on Beach
street. and was scattering the contents
of a ibaket left on the kitchen table by
Mrs. Austin. Mrs. Pratt heard tlhe
noie and thinking him a ceat went in
when tlw ne'gro rushed out and made'
hi escape. n ewiuring Mrs. An tin'*s .kett
-Star blrand shoesli the $3i.50' to #.7.00
ones will lmke iin appreciated Christmi sil
present. at Smith & Soni.
Col.C. I. .Jones, who in r ,pree.ntiiing
the I'nited States titan Italianeoinsulate.
asl'ompllnaiedi by Mrs. .IJonis. isI noI-
spelding homewardl as fast as t,-'an
greyhounds and flying express triniis
can carry them. He has nectirl n suite
of room at the Despland amld while,
visiting relatives and friends in Daytona
will make that hostelry li his head-
quliarters. On Christmas ii a yv lie will
entertain at dinner his som-in-law a; 111
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jeroiie i l. Maley.
and hisi brother andi wife. lDr. ainl Ms.
.I. M. .lJonW.
-A pair of soeisorsi. sli'ars or po.k.t
knife. iof the "liriffon" brainil will iiake ai
ghld heart Cllristnim inrni. \'*' wairrainti
the-ni. Smliith A& Sll.


them aid toI teli.ir hli liii,' I t.lileti tIlh. I rgctyiVie i.- iiiin.ii ah traii't. ione to _l
companionlii I llstlll..ie t ll iand ,I -- f tey l, '.v II. < iliv,., oe l,. Ic, J. I;. Itrown. le,.w s-hie,.lih l c ile I"J. I. l- I'. t.. t
iiay d'roii tien-lc ir" i n -ii en i1 thir wv'.a I
Ieaek t ro tle qi a I -.1 A11 kiiidls of illineriyV. ribli ns, silks., I t iiee fiective Ih-... .-.. is s fo llow.. ia
e' t.. at gi 'atly 1 nel 'edl price's for thle1 I cytona:li
-Comfortsiii aid l il.kl- atilet ri.-,l that ni,.xt few w1eks a;t IMrs. ilDolghlss'. No. :12--':22 a. ii.. li. ortloil.tiild.
e-:itiniiot l N' e till.e.l a.iywii.Wh-r. N o. 7M-3:141 I iii.. llortlh0 1 iiil ii:6il.
I I ilt sliiigi igw for theI |iroNose1ld select Ni p
.I. \ I l: (K it .i f -- p. No :tl ,S::il 1 p .. ., sol hl llo illd.
,'eiil Ic li'aicll l iehcs1 ty0 eI'gtitti: Ili'i, No. 2 -1:22I ti., soitilhlo i ml .
In a ntit, froli iiS. I ItI i,,ti'. lFih ll i. i .av In. "I min uel. slinging first. IN i -Ir-1:22 I. lii.. tll hlih i e tute i il.
()Ilio. 1)11e oif ,I .. lit- .s, ii. -l..1 ,. r.l.,. i ill Thiss kati'r* i iiint will ii ik. lh,, s.eiilhI
our o eittrv. I. saiv.: \.1':.. el. e ig I L e -Live,lyv hiai -l i'iroitldery, Suil.le mail earlier lyv :141 minutes anid til.e nirtlle i
enuin,' sc ows-oit th y l. :t, Ii 1 fr n t I, '' lnts at f Mrs. DI lglaws'. tnail l i-tr by 28 ninliites.
gelitiin' s.imlowst il t'l ItIdall, (I ly .'. 1:).)
n tindt it is e. l ali e 1lisl.:r,...:ihl... I r.i|- I'. Fre -li. iirii .iniel. In le te ili n J anua-ry .-' ni otht er -riaiitn. iii
lits. ow i a 'l lian iiig.ir siii tiiti.ii ili ai, -r h -.,-NI-ws li'' i.- l' a p l-a4int iill last 'schI'hitil l w ill I' l.mdl' Il I tle it the il-
er down their i.'' ics,. i frst vei \ aids 'Thiiirsda.Y. a:.nd .ihll-d his ti2ne ito ti th. creaseeld deimaind lfo- inoiv trains.
full of Ittow r, ii le r,-. .l- iiI,... l l..I.iil. tion list lTI.Titsvillei nd New 'S yrnali hrtach
traini s lstimme their ,dId .-.l iill,, ,ill -
petrsitniion and loittl l i .ati t e ii t ,o- u ig --We i h n .e I1 tw tiye 114e' tha iit ('Irisltn si hv. lih fill of g ,ld. frict. .. It I"I-I.: t1,...,.,;t f lt e';l iits I', .IS gI I aslI tlhe' i. t. iN rth.
tish IN.ing t.i.male,' ,i V. I,-',-1 ee tti h ,pe i t' sale' rt,
-We, htave'I i te' in tIh.n ., .in t s A WMAt.I. lt. "'e urkeys. I lickS .lnid ( "i&t'S
handker-lhii-'fs. amid ftor Isaitiy tlihy illt- W. .1;.I iil,. df I:tir'c. .ih-h.. ina and vario -l l tliwr eini-ats fre-shi :iitl iii.
not l w e t ilalle.1 No N il.l iiih ik.- t iaii,'s 1. ;..' it ll,. .ws C l anli t tia ll this tthe 'hlrist ilis tI lde at .I .. aiii'. L
ippr, ite..ia l .lnlv ,'lnt |ha. n .ll doillzi /.,i f wt e k. II. is llow talblishedlon l tc I. le- r- Nertih llt*iach strw't.
tli.'e' tlnll ]hi l.c" M. ll wii lit e ei at : il i. i llte il fc t t -I in ,.t .
J. A. lelsiifrh', i.". SUBSCRIPTION GROWING.
"'. iA N t. !'" tli l- I i t i t r i' still 1 .~I~ e t stsf. r & A Wli.s..
.1 t tit t t 11*11 1 atr t i stiti l lAIASA I N & AL. Cs The stils.1rilitio l start-1l Iy thel 11. H .
sit, carving lt'1ro l.. | farr. f le1e ItIri h l r. i11 llM 's. V'ai V.:liai % iri ll' i l vI Y. 'C. for tl digging of ia .ntial lfro. ,i .
pot4atoles. Il r,'t v.tsliis ill... I- ail :i l rm. I *' v%. tra i' to I h joy of a large shl re, icwtw .n 'Co real's ls k island tile"
liquid o his i n v'.ltionll i wih i li il't r fri-im ls. 1 hie' d sih- r ill ir- C'hil Iliis rows it aulir'. It has iin
serves thei iindel-iitily. 1i be: atil' fei ll i' hi-s Ict'i e at lli'e rin up ahlost t1 $4 o.
thli .iazitie \.tws tlhrie. f.i, I .. i ai .t-lat -(o lo liMiso5eii& Waill Coi. fi in l l Ir. tirotjain {lonial., writing fr1 lii hi,-
r.eprli. n in i :a \lg ri. u ll 11 I1 ictlii l l 1111 .'*iilila-"'l1 wari''. phi-ae at Le-ties. Merrit's Islalnd. to I'Ce -
an Indian. Ihe I.:sills I la, lt1iil u his ,ilth I're,.l iilhlet in. 0(f N ortlh Im a'ih sIt iwt. t icieleiv alnr g o hti t .ii al kitg Iljet .h.ise : c
#'1i he'1- 11141i rti'ei 's IS'tw al.' it is tihe' l14 t \% hlie as II hi nt i d to his ro mitll '. to Iir ler intiline-d e-a il etji' i icl' ll t s v :
'hlarmiiiiugles1 e. i all. ;i 11 'Ih S l ,it Ilail. tc, .l ,.ckf w ,lith rt i aitinw tta itlig'il h i -r e itrfiten tli eshtcl io ilsf. ei. I swl rI.- h c1 i
xt ititt'r Ice' l Iet'. c i-si tee s ,p il ilI ferl he is if :r h t na li -em i t- f i pl portion to whatiiti ht lie is w orthI i ,,i
xit irnter t ihle' I i 'f "~'ve-r.. h as s- ffei' .e al I r.el.w. and his co '- .ti dig a channi 110 f .64t wi .. de .I t
tht-n' hici et'1-s ioif jt dl-i'. s.'t'ie iiisil. .. rio- s-

The Gayette-News aicknowlkdlges ait
|le'asatlt .call Wedlesdlay f'roill C. W -4'all i and se*- etis u ill-,.. -;il.i;h>iiX -ti s rilli' .-f, l 0 Xi n a i Carll as.
H denoerleon, ft the ftlie cit 'Itinderston & illl WvWri l:t-s. tiliin t tilt I- taic sts..I ilrex
i'Bantnn.enginle.rsand machinists. and sets,. e.kwar. hl lke.r.I,efis. ,tallle ,I e lic iiie riteL, iie
pr-prietorselec.'trit.light plant. Fleming linen. f.is. il.'iitors. iiili,.lli.as. glehI.s. f i',e ,,li.' i .- silver'nmil. Violet it.e-
burg. Ky..a i lhourishitig lblue gramsv ity. "h, li. os li. sitils. pllilhl ,.il le.and:
Mr. Henderson has Iiienm touring Florida thilig else VYli i. t W- hiave, l i Iu I,-. f':lis I, Kix. t lnsie lilolhl.s al Winl.
sonmwhat nand acknowledged that Dlai- assortment i ti he i-l a rticles fo'ri. I hl. Itllins olllo.
tona is the prettiest plac h has ite he has call. ilass, nill inlvit ., i t .1ill h.111 41 ,\ieiiiii,
prettiest he ever saw in fat'. Mr. Hen- tilt'll. .. l.A.II ukme... I.la1' hi;t.p just ree,'ived genuliniii
derson will plili-a e all attention of his A tlriiiuiiinit' a kle ,,I >i. I ,ii.hrih it Ih ef:illia' r 111iil e nol i veltics of
lohsalfishing club. including IiituorDliley. 'C irn-td' ial ii f i iil r : haidvo-irt sa.foo iis ;>ieit
to thi. work of o cit i leo'ail diisc'iple's of Sir hic. ,ei. ii .i,, IIiu i,,, ; hliii,,tii l,,' 11i t ll i ,,ilt
Izaak Waltoin. Is nr.-l rten! in til t l- l itt.. ",es. -- -ai CI i. "e We hta\ I. I v. I.yl.. miiaii. ger of till IPost's
b'tte-News. jilst got it n '(saIk-. if t I.-h trtiitiei I'ijei I'ivilii. ,S.'ihlr,'e has issi -el it
-Adollph M. Jaclihle. tIe exlirt piano entit e itt i ftiellw spi. ke' il. "'liris \\ li .t ia.%il i i\ iiiiotii forIa pillow .ae i li and
tuner is in toll \\ni l r f a ishort tinite to iv did c ini i ti i t :it li t iIiliiii r li- N shli.4t |ilitlat 1iitn laio'. New Yet. is
tote and sweietitiess to silch ilistriniitients w lliil li' s.ll ici a1.. 1 ll iinli.r. The iiihlt Tli.e i ill lau t the old y.velri
M neeDF 14 ttentioili. lroph hil a n ote sort truith is ihi tli iA sa k-arils detil iiiitl i tlihi ciut anil tIh. eiew yair ini.
'call on hi aliat the Stalil,..v hl i .., vI. lig oi-el.Tr 4 lit. il thl.e i-a. Cii f irl\J -I e,, rllelit,.ing iat stlf ai l ve.l v
e fll lioWilimg it'ii is frimit the PoI s. tlliu .' l Il.Le0 itr itr. Ilctti- cl. V11 :i-. il e aiti kin c Iititeh i iit '1 Iy uill, get *i Iiuia -
Housten. Texas: ''TIe, oils.ra liou sell, el c Ic. mie s '*.: it r1'lii-n ove ih lil'. M ie'k 'i1heads
was well filled last night with an apilpn,- ll pit 1s. andI all 1l.-.nisl..s. You tilt it at iea
iative audiien-e to witness the favorite -Mrs. Siic i, klefritz. a i- Snit kfrit// D, rs Tonoiri-il e l or ir-. 24:1 N. ItaLnch
comedian. .hJolh Thlomtpson, in his orig- hiuntledl all o.Ir t\\ iin filor li'i-lm~ii. e|i,.s- r-el.t.
final vaudeville entertaiinienti -Arouind .lnts ei'for Mr. Snii.kl-fritz litl yiuli- S.-n- .P is,, e ihe "'iti;.k I 'rint Sli o
thIe W orldh in llSOl Mlinttutes.' Mlr. T iitiL 'i.p- 0X 011h o.l .ii .c i ,Si.i.t frii;, Lit, l .i i l tat liilinci -I e'0.,..'ielatl Ii cvc-tli's' ii| w'.r
ion isat great favorite htreatn iswds aIw ltiiil l t 'i ,t til* ,il~ 1 c i i I' T'. ,a.is. liei, It.iiiiiV. fir.0 ii I(l iliniati. iwlhi'ch
iure of a hearty welh.onie. To those lIk'" tl. ot i 0tii it ill en ale hi i st ill further quickei
who never staw h Inimi l before he is e fii'i ,t tg. s t ..' t i |ki- .i... i .- \\ill ais.t it t o tuiirn l1 is
uine surpl rise.. Mr. T mli mion is a tyla 1 nItolcl. tass. ..ii' li.i,.,' he iii i..\,li..s. i .s. ;i ili. ig, .ylinde pr s.s i .f
ot ollll,.ilial yhW1e 1 staidil ill i a i'l ls 1v' silk i tl'i'iill. 1i' t t Ith -h.0,1 t, ,1 Ihe i'l1 ,,ii it,. 6aeie,.te,,-.'0t\s will Is' ,ieerited li,'c'-
of comedian who stands in a class by ; silk inl r.-illis w it !.-1 rl -. |;.rt .in t, I ll ...-tt-..- s will be operated h.re-
himwlf. lie is too versatile to hli've ny I franl s and lie.i- hii leh'.: lei, v .r att;e.ry I, li. tie c-hors. |tMw.r gaseocliie
imitators. IIe a:in pronhice more fulln lo, Ilv ii cl rte c Its I l n- .ia l lillt, lc il- eiil. i-it arIll l tef 'h '-e'.-oi i" p.w.et'.r
the llselunr in-Ih tlin r111n* c.,tliu0liiul We ii ii .. tl l i ir. i l ti i- i ,.i inic as t,.'r,.t efrt .
have ever we n.' Aroulitd tie' WWorld in l' 1 iit pilr-l- aii-l hiitll;i ,. te, I
N4i M inute.'o- w ill iapipearat the I t.loliti. i ra ltil'h a jt il act ai itk; I 'l J ,., h... lie hL'.! t -, f,_,),,ti ht. i- tee r W ll.la.s n'il ..New.
opem house leN.. 2;i ain il I dress skirt andl IIIIIi,i -i' r t ilr tI-1 '1 lhi -
toys. dolls. etc.. for ll tii he ,1fig S ikl,. I, Is-
IWg'Try our lRoyal Smoke .,.enit cigar: ritz I'..k L,'..ke lt .. 1I,-.. lhIe I' 'c) lJo()(l I )llS OV'CIvr
made in Daytona, Fla. itnle c.kHeS e and l.tmes .,,, th. a.'hiet t. |t f.1OOI Phlil'liiSlCy
W. rT. LItlX :Ye & tCo. part oif ltilur wallet ei'VSl t '%11i biigg. It t' Clt.
part of your wallet wilwii n .% --itbut. II I .- irt.

shruand two miles lone. 110 adds that el

it fought tolie I'statk.el cl41 114thiisiqi.--.
'Aillne (ofilt- 14hIirgr.l. 1-4 lcit ribliti i ifilsI,~-

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11 W ithtilht- II k~st& wSIrS indI

ri 1i P('4lM-4 m 11.114Ia'it-logoi' le..dtg I r

play evenin~~g at 7:341 4)c'*l, -1 k.
St. PIl's u ll ) ta dicfje4.e1i11,01 is .ce e4 1
1w loro.ideb'e w'ith wsats boh rliie-s.tf iiiaimd
4 .iinatiettail. Thi~ e loldy 4of the.' seat w~ill
lee cIt t whetile's't .1114-e1t trimIttilliede
within 'watlnuit.l541iil. eIui-I-* Iel
Mar~ik cl'3jl'lls'. ''lTheY 'tile' high hub~ill

lc jiiclit)'5&elS*4011' iil 4'eke Ow 'It ll

sampcaiiejlss)r LEd. V. Price' & I''.s. mailvt' te
c)-ieuder iitr abEJilt tht' 27th.



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my rits-Geir* e alleck *I

A BRIGHT sar In the Uteraz rmament eof Ameri
Il Fits-Greene Halleck, of whose writings it bas bee-
maid that brilliancycy of thought, quaintness of faaey
and polished energy of diction have given them a rank
In American literature from which they will not soon
be displaced, even by the many admirable productions
of a later date." Halleck was born in Guilford. Conn.,
in 11T0 and died there in 1867. The story of his friend-
ship for Joseph Rodman Drake, another poet, Is well


midnight, In his guarded tent,
The Turk was dreaming of the honr
When Greece, her knee in supplaince bent,
Should tremble at his power.

In dream, through camp and court, he bore
The trophies of a conqueror;
.In dreams his song of triumph heard;
Then wore his monarch's signet-ring,
Then pressed that monarch's throne-a king;
As wild his thoughts, and gay of wing,
As Eden's garden bird.

At midnight, in the forest shades,
Bozzaris ranged his Sullote Imnd-
True as the steel of their tried blades.
Heroes in heart anid hand.
There had the Perslan's thousands stood.
There had the glad earth drunk their blood,
On old llatitna's day:
And now there breathed that haunted air
The sons of sires who conquered there,
With arm to strike, and soul to dare,
As quick, as far, as they.

An hour passed on, the Turk awoke:
That bright dream was his last:
Ile woke-to hear his sentries shrlek,
"To arms: they conie tlhe G(.reek: the Greek!'
Ile woke-to die midst flinie. and smoke,
And shout, and groann. mind stal.r-stroke.
And death-shots falling thick and fast
As lightning from the monntain-cloud;
And heard, with voice as trumpet loud,
Itozzaris cheer his Iland:
"Strike till the laist armed foe expires;
Strike for your altars and your tires;
Strike-for the green graves of your sires,
God, and your native laid!"

They fought like brave men. loni, :ildl well:
They piiled that ground with .M1isl-n sl.iin;
They colilered li but Itczzairis fel.,
Illeelin g iit every vein.
His few surviving comrades saiw
Hilias sile when racing their lproud hui'rrah.
And the red leld wa w wo n:
Then saw in death his eyelids clo-,
('almly, as ton night's repose,
Like Ilowers mit set of sun.

Come to the bIridal hianilnlier. De:tlh.
Collie to the molil'r. wlhein shei f',ls.
For the first time. helr ir'- liorni's Ircath:li:
('Colie wlhe'n the he1'S-41 sMeals
That close the lwestihen'a it l, hroke.
And crowded cities wgiil iits sl 'iil:
'olne itl c'onsumliption's glh:ily Ii rn,
ThIe earthlliake shock. the oc-CAlli s-Il,-i:
Cuonle wlien the hIeart l'il.ts lii-h ;: i w:i'u,
W ith n l an |luet stng i :ii.il ,l:i4-i.t :icl '.%iine',-
And tho u art terrilc': thee ti.ir.
The groan,m the knell, tlhe p ill., thi ie'r,
And all we know, or dream. or fear
Of agonly. are thiie.

But to the hero. when his sword
Has won the battle frr htl free,
Thy voice sounds like a pri'lihe1t's. word,
And in its htdllow tones are li-:ird
The thlianks of millions yet to lie.

Bozzaris! with the storied braive
;reece nurtured in her ..lcery's time,
Rest thlee: there is no polite ili r:iv'e.
Even in i her own proild chlime.
Slie tells thy dom withoulit ai -i-Ih:
For thou art freedomsm's iow. -inl f:itie'sf,-
One of the few., tlhe iniitaiortial iMiin's
That were not born to die.

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S ONGS< greeted the birth of our
S Saviour. Angelic tongues with
living fire sang the Incarnatiml
as tlhey hovered over the bills
Sof Jud1.tew. The asi.i- wa remonant
with Joy. Prean the hour that the Vir-
gin laid her Italse on pillow of w:raw
in the tnanger all ('hristendmim has
sinee that time mailde the anniversary
of this untial daiy a se-nIon of gladness,
a seaNon aif unilooniidd joy.
S A'reathe the laurel. twine the bar.
Chris.t was born on Christmas day.
There were special reamso for these
bheanenly songs It-ing sung by the ce-
letti:al chorus, for there was joy In
God'% gr':at heart, joy among the first-
S born soilS of light, joy thrilling all the
h eavenly emnipire. joy that tIs yet to be
put in tite new "ung sung by redeemed
millions ar. found the throne of "the
Lan:il slain from the foundation of the
S It was the music of liberty. When
the m hneav enly hasts sang the "Gloria
In E xelsis." the whole world was
resting under galling yokes of oipree-
slon. Slavery was universal. Task-
mansters were everywhere severe to
t those in servitude. (Grece, Rome and
Palestine henard daily the groans of
thoBe in habdage. The world was in
chain. But the song of the angels
rang the deathknell of bondage. The
Babe was old's emancipation. His
ditlinctive umiassion was to met at liberty
the calitives and prewlalm deliverance
S to the iruised and crushed sons of tolL
Under the niild and genial Infience
of our holy Ihristlanity fetters fall &
everywhere. until now in tWs morning
S of dr new century there are few as-
S tioins to ble found that bold serfs.
Glorious freedom!: Triumphant acbieve-
we-nt of the cross Wherever It Is lifted
chains are lwoken and spiritual eman-
etpiation is proclaimed.
It was the music of hope. Until
Jesus appeared all the ancient religion
had offers only a message of despair.
No light fell upon the grave or Ulls-
minted the vast beyond. DarkneMs
relgWied in supreme. sullen majesty.,
and aoot a single star of hope gilded
the future. The grave was an eternal
prison. But the songs sung by the
heavenly choristers on that eventful
night heralded hope to a lost world.
lato the soul of sinning humanity
came the sweet rays of joy and peace
and blehswdes., and, looking down
Into the grave, all fear had vanished,
for sin, the sting of death, was game
and en(liveel-d i.y a glorious Christ the
Lord. They looked and beheld-
On the cold cheek of death miles and
rose? nre blending*.
AnI twb-uty immortal awakes from the
And this is our Christmas joy that
Jesaus hl:as lifted into Immortal hope the
grave'- of anil our lbeloed friends who
sleep in Wirn.
It was It imeimusie of victory. When
Jesus uinn<'. tihe great mams of human-
Ity wns in erfldoi.m, and the dignity of
lahtbor w :is anot eonilrlehended. Toll
wnas re.;;rlhid :as :a degradation. La-
horers w.er.e des-plted and all forms of
S i:inual indiiustr held to lle a di.grace.
S KRut tih. S un of IMary and Josepcah me
to teaicih th.e %.rl'l lnew pllhilosophy.
and lty lhinrilwalle industry he pro-
calinind th n digiity of labor and taught
that -
The- honest main. tho" ere sae poor.
Is kinl- oul ian 11i for a' that.
Jesus ciisnts the beads of sweat
upl.n thie l.Irorw of every son of toll.
Hle iotts nil injustice done the labor-
Slag *'-i.sse.-. :tnd only as his spirit pre-
nvails : a n neoil iten will the great con-
filet Ietween L- ioor and capital cease.
But that diy is coining ere long--the
glad C'hriiistlat of ages -
S W'en nman to man the wide world o'r
S Shall brothers be and a' that.
-Christian Herald.
The Cause of Many

Sudden Deaths.
There is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so decep-
i tive. Many sudden
deaths are caused by
it heart disease.
pneumonia. heart
1 failure or apoplexy
"IIIfl n ~are often the result
.. of kidney disease. If
Kidney trouble is al-
Sowedto advance the
kidney- poisoned
blood will attack the
vital organs or the
'kidneys themselves break down and waste
away cell by cell.
Bladder troubles most always result from
a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is
obtained quickest by a proper treatment of
the kidneys. If you are feeling badly you
can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy.
It corrects inability to hold urine and scald-
btg pain in passing It. and overcomes that
unpleasant necessity of being compelled to
go often during the day, and to get -i many
ines during the nighL. The mild and ds
e traordinary ffest of Swamp-Root is soon
mlized. It stads d highest for its won-
Arful cures of Ie most distressing cases.
Swamp-Reoft pleasant to take and sold
rF an drugileis in fifty-cent and one-dollar
..isd bottles. You may
Sa sanq bottle of
flhb wodwtfd now dis- B
S wWy and a book that "OW N
& all aboIt it. L both r..t.mor .
.420t frw mail. Addiss Dr. Khlmer & Co.
r gharton, N. Y. When writing mention
ing this geuros efr in this paper.
- "ins' m.-ke any ilstake. but remember
P. aanme. Rwaimp-koot. Dr. Kilmer's
Smi lp-Root, and theaddree. Blngham-
toa, N. Y., on every bottle.

I. c.mw .I JA.MACA.

Cra Co &fAi 00 st m em I
IT a wthMe op-le ofaw ai ae cl.
cm Is h hsmMW e il e wo

with abig vde-a hAn a I A Wh=I

Ae and tewer stl ever aw IL ta o
le eso at the iuoltead a ese

earth. The whe o ple swing
Is hammek fMOW the "da ofa

the pai nmetnk l iak aniln
Intere t e Mv r th hegbe mm oa

En tlk and.no rAta mo t w e te
theirma ve age wple ata mew ene
and la ta e d nr at tkl'1 -9

Is hithebd o esatie eeS laita M .
Freeot. lAfter eta- tahem tan l
gateu and attwhek the sol i to
am the vnai pet lee me, hta
them eyi and whle away to e

Iag with evr rratalem it t h I ato
such a oamber eatat h it Ie
Very mny the whleeple

tknowe o memthi the Cht hemas o
I In ike the crw of a polar emlum
celelwat Fouth of July while leO
bond Ia the Antler cirte, ao their
Chrietmas I meemtly eme sof1m.ia
ence. Stll wiataerag ha the tPphe lW
ut without ia m m yama.
tagms and aithgi Chriitma here M
apt to be a pretty loaeeme time to
Amerkano. they are very t ISad
cause for ceatulation after the ea
tire sea ft overtn the ftet that they
are sfe hom the coldt. the enw .the
luash and the bilarde ot the earth.

cusezt a"c1d la hGe of te No.

eletde as kept by th e getGlemal
population at Austris l very ple ~
enque. O00Chr~sisn ythe PuiahI
Geid& hI at il soo at hem et
down to fllyml eppem. The ~olle e
o the table mmoeam mmemto i M
wheth the tathe distiabt AtMi eat
S l l a eMe anelemi and ll heads
bowe dew to the dtaI e Sa the betW
that Jacelve lader tI then iammmabes
fom heave to earth and oaW theo
addwe angelwe eining. w ..him the
wevpreuhpe and to earrysaway their
eAhly troubles to heaven. Amoof the
Coehe the lgen ruesb that he who
omet strictly ftsts em ChOR gges ene
will e the holy Christ nh a s aeam
that aight. I atheeveilag the eeel-
ebrat I beg nl Alllighs awe them
extinguished Sm the house; as be, as
itt Is vislhe. The acelem aewd tw
gether In ear and reml mprt0ity
ent, as otherwise they k- they will
receive mae e of the pee-e-s1 Melght
by the Christ Chli ai laM tt thOe am
trance of the behse The olde, ro-
males amme themAslves by theeWbe
heated lead lte watMer aM gthung
from the terma it s&=ames mose hNt
as to the appearance ea their future
hmobande.-Pittberg Dispatch.

aI bowlto wiN ads no holie
measwtle w Mfe the Chbeft
pro~ad h are Oeamt hltaMe t
trowwlT The mm hvbe a
Clhistmas Saver sa"em ae ep
in tbeir m:aeo. Thy ae plam" Ufo


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dolok meraohm feoa
Hk um ooff em& MhwDTafta
Oute o m L1h
opown m a N bd
Cdwr. ON"a
3Wdp. MW Ind.

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ft= &MftUo

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tet nw S agesa

Allothm alme1 eaneily w
PawdTwheuwsan w ig esd@b e-
Imcelerw Igates is
pVe but meut he p0r0Nity aOWN"
and -pwet lree bhm g Mao?
every eme y pm the ChgM

two"abdbi VSWlkOrll'
muts and has a faveit9 we408 bIreO
decc, s oi ft hmue 1y my
aythi ngem the uWestU lIf t asto
bid isto BMW psem a do MOKput a
double row SofSUmSO mte m he
breast, I* b up heO beWsON W t h
tu," abry ftbbe.a"nld n
an a bhd of t edy a"d pardelarem
The Chsm guess, e!!: !f
amu sad toy, wn et ry we
= ths d"e o the do Thew ta
and palate wU wt'mo aw ap u
aam etbosom% Oft o

LOOK OUT Rhymes nd

For CdeMs-La 0rippel Ji ngles
eta" at M am dIt trlot to
IM _------ the harm Joebale H.I a Head l'or Wuli
"Johnunle, whit do yout wait i
111111,. liem dafr n buy you fr 'wiCristilasr-
aeM *l i me. You maf "How iulllh I-oiney i:irve yolln g
w"t siw sWr, f tooe yo1a can Cleveland l'lain I Dalear.
lgi peaisif sagui the "after et-
ad* IW ths le thi gmte t danger, i pboei. -
byar al r.Bater'biinlToDc. Few "c('hristinias is in the ::ir." iI1
4 Oi r U Grippe, or (Ca- Fosli,-k. lookii.:- (iil i!', \\ i:i,
anL l die of t he ef et "*'Ohl. il:-t1 s im'tlh ."-t ,',
2%M 41h 111 wa N a" to a her n iusimitid .1 xll:tin.,. l'. tioit
SdH aD weK, and to Pressa
weakseid body emi Socking a host of
daui tat ii OB d weak lunge, Inlie itequa.nt.
lti skM kidney., and other lanmmai .%ni\. w,,\inat iili1 y1
viiAk pift t iat w -Mom think of. t-st for a Clrii'i1i l:.s Ir.-, ::t.'
theeiaestld best thing todo isto Willie )ii, i., like to s,.', the s
a tdi sotmel a so that you will not house lurn down iiMay i 1 -l' ii
iskh esdW t It too late to do that, phi Press.
tM yeo unost see that no lasting in- IUndoubtedly.
y i da e. Medial s thoritkes all I wish you a inh;i|isy a;mid lrosl
g luesthatlien theghtlangelementof new y.eair," tihl tih s.iul'rette.
o bba es blnothesystem not only "Tai.nk ou."o rliiied the cuntoi
ib eWISa e, but to eight itafter ist, "1 ain rtumiiaiiiily sure of iu
ph tkIt b obtalnad a foo both eruis tilt.t."
Sudden and Surprisnlg.
MART O I "What do you most desire for C.
unas, Miss Mabel':"
I R N Ti ONIC "Ol. i 'rge'. this is so sudden
1r 1 **e0 TONPB 1 S ICS -l^r .111A...- .. ...

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irtion- i


V l -- O L i_- -Wt ii (1'4iuia
" tJhe d almey needsd, as it sup, "W'hy, of course, I uunt you:"
pl ithe bled diely with the iron it
s mites to embat Colde or Ia Grippe. Not Throuah Vet.
1iss Ie ife dutg, or after. IfI "What kinil of a C'hristinmas did you
miahs e iaistwUilplevent; if taken P"s'" askedl tine fri.iid.
I R ft will shorten th course; if "Tliie sainl e s usiiil." aniswertd Mr.
iterlltw 1li ieeta"llbd arTfn '.elity utniniut's of
MIw illfpeventall&Hbad after turkey. mid xuine lpie. and six weeks
of pepsin." -Wausliingtonm tar.
WomnI are espeelaly benefited by
Dr. BltsLr'bl'oTmlueastheyaeem to one w.. in KIne.
Er tasstlae Wak.eseM t Co(ll aand Mr. (omuihlh ( 'lhristimai.s evet-Manrla.
Sl Mpe le I uiM tasi men, ad they I have forgiottcn where I put lIen's
ag- -bld b i m.. Ntlia-. Mrs. Oomupah callingg (lut) -iteiniy,
.- .i ,a ....i l .,l d........ .*.lI.wL h hid.

M Si uaLs unRvwi gg.

VeSING1 -a- a"evt- Prroernts the
raotuase .1 Wrietiae.
A series of festivities beginning nine
days before Christuan and ending on
Christias eve marks the Yuletide cele-
atiga ina Mexico. In n a irle of
iars It Is arranged that nine visits
hall be paid to ulne differeAt houses.
ach eveolnrg' gayety begins with
prayer and th lighting of ciundlets.
These are followed by the premniitatiloi
ef a gift from each guiet to tine lost
or heatesa of the evening. The tirst
evels gift is of amul worth. ibut
the value of the offering inere aws with
every socceeding evening. That it-hre
my be nothing unfair In tihe distribu-
ties. the recipient of the first evening's
offering one year Ileconimes tihe last thel
folowiag year. After tit- lirese'nittion
there are dancing and suiil*-r. .lt miil
alght the candles are extingtilshed.
No two evenIngs' ent-ertneiiicints are
exactly alike salve in lthe offering of
prayers. te lighting of aiindlleis and
the poreseting of gifts. (iOn Christaimias
eve. a few minute'. Ieforem midnight,
aU proceed to church to hear thine di-
ight mass, and this ends lthe Christ
mas celebration for the year. New
fork Tribune.

T* ierst ( Crumtmau Tree.
The Christmas tree was tirst lhe';d if
ia England about 1444. A itre' \\:i I
thbe set up In the niiddle itf in |iiva-
mbt and decked with Ivy 1 as ,11il as
with their gren. I'rom ttl. nII.' it
was nally taken within tilt lillimea,
decorated with candlesi nd il itliiallYv
ith anythig which glisteined and ein-
bhaned Its brightness.

Twi mpelMible Meln.
Dr. Hauslick once asked Schiumann
hw he got on with Wagner.
"Not at all." replied S humnanin: "for
m Wagner Is impolmible. Doubtless
hbe i a very clever mail. but bie Uilks
too fast-one cannot get a word in."
Seine iwne after, In au Interview
which Haielck had with Waguer. al
lasmil was made to Schumaun.
"With Schumann," said Wagner, "it
is Impeseible to arrive at an under-
staing. He amy. nothing. Somee
year. ago om my return from P'aris I
eaMed upoa him to talk of operas, con-
eerts, composers and other interesting
mtters with which I bad become ac-
8astated. Schumann looked at mei
eslMhly, or rather be looked Into space,
without saying a word. Faith, I took
oave of him almost immediately. lie
It an I-peaslbl man."

Long Hair

*Aboal a year ago my hair was
C ia Ot very fast, so I bought
a =e of Ayer's Hair Vigor. It
e the falling nd made my
hirow wvery rapidly, until now it
is 4llches in lenth."- Mrs. A.
ayduies, Alichison, Kans.

There's another hunger
than that of the stomach.
Hair hunger, for instance.
Hungry hair needs food,
needs hair vigor-Ayer s.
This is why we say that
Ayer's Hair Vigor always
restores color, and makes
the hair grow long and
heavy. im aSil. All w.
If y.er& ibt am otm pply you.
mdu esm ee sad we Wlil exprel
y-u a eels-. s ste asiee te me 1ames e
otwsern oneN fM oW._Addreu.
P K" Kala .A .w su.mua"

co e lau te )-our iat ier wi eret e In a
that drum he's going to give you.-
Chicago Tribune.
A Matter of Principle.
"Is you all gwine to hang up any
mistletoe dis Christmas?'" asked Mr.
Erastus P'inkley.
"Iteed I isn'," answered Mrs. Miami
Brown. "I'ze got :I little too niiilch
pride to advertiseie fih de ordinary cour-
tesles dat a lady has a right to expect."
Couldn't tlGie Ilirelf l A y.
('harley Easymanu Well. \Willie, your
sister has given herself toi mie for a
Christ ina s preent. \\What do you
thint of that?
Willie 11 iIh! That's what shie done
for Mr. B'rot I:inst 'Christlins, anid he
gave her back to her self before Easter.
'hrialmntm (a userie.
There is a Cliiistmas tide illn tilhe
aflfiirs oil' in'inv.\\ which, taken at the
ftood, lcads onil In Iilnikrlupitc'y.
A .mn 111 1maii will "hlang up" 'more
than his stiockiung if hie Iluys his best
girl :1i present.
Tlihe tall iiian will be short after
Chrisi ii..
A Ianii.i is thankful for siniill favors;
but No. 12 slippers tid not minive under
that l ;n.iid.
it ill inot lt. necessary o to tell the
neighlirins tihat \ou gae your son a
druili. Trotih.
Thut liaed Teddy Biroen.
Th-e u urstlsi.t I- 1 rI ,r *
I s j th.il T 'il- ly l' \ lti:
li .r .s J-.' as ,.l ;tb Il: .li Itot,
F''*r ln( f .iv I1. 1 .tainct ll *\ |%%l
To \i.sit lir ;n i lnl.- ..' i.iy
A ..i l util i- .111" lin t-
Jti s' 4lv'. L-. 1 u ii,., ,ii i 'lilt m ;as(l day,
Ali' ti' t '* tI a.. S ily ty lau .
I haimi i ,'' i.!i\ ith Tnd'ii y lro'I\\in;
I'd lk.- to %% i Is tl.
Buti s. S.int. in't cunn.' dl%wn
A ll ll l\ Ilk,- \\ K t.
An' It :ia l \ ,,tn;,I h it- lgh 0
I-..ts I 'lillsti.rii ti b. I'all s e
Th, r- .1i-'n l iti, ii it lit, k of si "uw?
',C tli' lt ii i nMailt\ > 'laust.
1lVlh' ., 111'w N ll-t"S-tii l 1 t'i I uc33
Tht.iwt % -\ r .- .:1' I
I.Aini't ', ,i' t 1, L.i h i t1 inli. blit jies'
'. I" l i r hint say
T ha' l \ ,,t 1 f \,.,., ui 14 !,.'.ir hii i say

A lin' l i oin t I, .i i, i n s.
-. ; ji, t \ 1,, lit Il om kin
Modern SMntn a lawn.

ti ahe 111th. I, or '.' itm s
Tin. i~'dr.'n i%%* -* I'..witing
As tI '45 is
A-id it, .' !.'-. l-.ac kand nnueal
Of o-*- ii St. N.'lls
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'Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,

Flooring, SdWAig, Ceiling.
Brick. Lime and Cement in Stock.
'Phone 83
Offices and Yards: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Masagr

Rilehmoiad Woashligton lMtmmn|
Phlladelphal Boston AtlaRla
Asheville hafttaeooag Lo.levill |
Cincinnatit t. LI h Ksanmos Cit|
Detroit Clenvelaad Pittsburg
Chlicage, eto.



The Southern's Plm Limited
The Wlashington, RIhvh-ovd ad
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida EzprM
70 THM 9"W.

The Chicago and Florida Speelal
The Florida Limited

Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Ciacfiuatt, vk
Asheville. through "The Land of the Sky."
Through trains via The Southern Railway are operatedf l
connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railw
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Diaing Cars on all t
Ask for Tiekets via Seethers Railway. Correpesednee oselltd,

H. F. CARRY, Mia. Pm. Am 108 W. Bay St. Jact-a Ph. M
Genra l P Aget, Am't Gd PhP Am a A
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These are Some of the Dainties WV

Can Furnish for Your Christmas Dinner:

Roast Turkey

Cranberry Pi,

bSaratoga Chips

Mince Pie

Fruit Cake

Apple Pie

Nut Cake

Lemon Pie

Pound Cake

Guava Jelly

Plum "Pudding

Lemons and Oranges

Cranberry Sauce

Apples and Bananas

Pickles and Olives

Candies and Nuts

We have everything

in the line of Pastry

that is good. .< '

Our Telephone Call

i 93. Ring Us!

I ICIMl I your hrdCrs k.fCWv
Id3'As inl dvanslk71'if tjJ4 sb~Sle
for TutsK-cv.


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J. E. Rush is the Grocer that sells Gramling Bread.




A 84)XV. fir o- .!:'a.
Thei lli' :1 : 1.:' firll

P11. Up Ah. 1*.: Tl
stil 1 ~ 'igh 2)I0,1 .1'i .u t''2

must 1a l.Isz it mm I
VOW* cAia t' I l2,S.
rUirri t2~tlh

As if 0- %- T.
IIN out of ether, i c!, .7! t h at h.
brim g.' t
The Alnd. !,. U' "
Good ('hrj,'ni ,-. h -1,..

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How to Pepare *nd Cook Gooe.
old UIo 'T s.
A _'zi,,e is,> the typic-al Christmas
I'ird. nltiuighii most families dine on
turl,,y that day. and sume like a pair
of duck.< and a fle roast of beef. The
go *4, must be young, or what Lq called
a g 9r.'n g'mW e. Yellow and flexible
feet are a sign of youth. A goose is
dressedd and trussed in the stame man-
itr us a turkey, but the skin should
Ioe thoroughly washed.
S:':ce miid onions are the traditional
s asonhii;i-.. and a very good way to
-, tt .- o.,,s Is to louil and mashl some
t% l;.i'1 -jtatt'vs and season highly with
l iiiiinll Juii'. su.. g, also salt and pepper.
I lrt-lgi, the outside lightly with salt
:it.d i p.'pler and thickly wth tour.
l.:*y thi goose on a rack in the baking
litan :nid pIut a few tablespoonfuls of
,:it- r ini the li ;n; baste ofteu. Twenty
I1:.ti tts. ti thie miouud Is the averi-ge
tiv2- to allow fur the baking. \\ith 1iloxd oranges cut In sections on
Imr>.'y. celery tips or any other green

.MiLke a sauce from the contents of
th1 ipain. thickening with flour, and
aiftvr straining add the giblets, which
h:i\> li'eii cooked until tender in wa-
titr anid chlvpp d coarsely.
An old goose cannot be cooked satis-
factorily in this way. It will need to
lbe -larlboiled and then braleed.-Chica-
-o Intiir Ocean.

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A Itnpp> ('hrlLstmas C'stom Among
Swedish Peassats.
C hristiuas is celebrated in Sweden to
;in .xtent uninkown in our country, and
thli- cet'lmrationi Ls not over until Jan.
1:: ,,r "tweutleth day Yule." A very
!.:tty 'feature of the festivities Is thus
t.-irtll Iby a writer who has visited
t1hllt coutItry: One wintry afternoon,
:it .Iul lide ais the season is called, I
h:nll tlen skating on a pretty lake three
tiii l-. fromlil Gothentuerg. On my way
.ini I nittiked that ut every farmer's
hitiise thtire was erected. in the middle
,I1 tht' e.ird. a lole. to the top of which
w:.is l'ound a large. full ahleaf of grain.
*"\\ hiy is this'."" I asked my coiuraide.
"iih. that's for the birds, the little
%ill]I bLitls. They must have a merry
l:ri'-tis. tooo. you know." And so it
il. not :t i'iaaiit in Sweden will sit
*oi>\ n to :1 t'hristmuas dinner within
i. d..os mutil he tma lrst raised aloft a
C'hri.'tmains dinner for the birds lu the
colld ;:ld snow without.- tPittsburg Dis-
jmi; liili.


lmiislite Trearsrem Which .MayM e
I'onmd In JuLakhopm.
ii l'.;air i':I -ticks art. deit rativt. utilitari-
:In :iil toro1i i'illlily stood foriml W Ihat.
11, 01 1 t i <>l, l ie iimre acceptable ftor
1,iL ..o rul. t'lriist2ii:lms lifts?
A |a;:r of highly |polished brasa can-
S '. >''' tl4i h ],-i.k< gLive :n t ir of distinction to
rh t' thi h miniblest surroundings. Their
l,',li-h I't-lt.'ts their thrift of the house-
.- k'-tr. :!!id their preseuee denotes her
.... t le |I ho .elmittinlt antique candlesticks.
\vithi their |uaint. simple outlines, are
II 2':, ,~ irti'f.'i'tlilt' to the wore modern affairs
,r ; .;-' jo l '. ;i' a. l ; t to lte a triple too ornute
rr ir,;al!y good effect. The candlesticks
; :. ,ftIn l' u biughlit in Juukshopns for
,' '" t,' ,1ir .'lro2". weight. :and many beautiful
Is : 1,. : *- lhae hlt'it picked up in this
.ad.lp hiLa lgr. i \\.:t I, t (hi. clever and industrious col-
W .h''t r N\iw York .ournual.


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lit-' I i' I e 2 I 'tp illt: I [l~mit- wt*i~
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[l!izatlm.lm.t lii toI 'iiai iijwhic
1.411 1 tolI l.-c. all12. ;t4, l 113:ir 1% a4.
2 ich-z..'.1 :!1. ~l .'2kg llkeeu.

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The Protblemma mof 4 bhuuiomlmma Suitable
r4mimmqat Ikultfildr.

itil'ie .ci:2 iiva k t ;i :tuv',-s wiill i'att ciiri'titii'
till' l ily %% ziItkTim the '2%'it$ jitj'tl4fomr
ati i he-. 1.1 i:2ik li'--si2. 1.3III,% I','1 tha~t
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to l vi d :t. Buti' n IIImm~ 22. Ctiw Im'u 1 i ;i i. s

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First XIiMiS C.111411"I'm iijtu.~t iurwi-
lng tim kitmuii iv Ii ist', ,'time or vii'-tip
go o11t.

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Tui I.-thy f iii. tip lt-Ii. 11i**i

SPrembisEibiti mmmlPie.

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di, liot \isi ihfur.

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It *i' i. I I l '* r

l'. inl I'
.' t itU .'n.
To Thread a iuir 'ThlroUKh a WMlnt.
To |,:ts .s h.1 r" th ,n, '1h ; w ilnut t
without burin',g ai hole steeiua an impos- .
sibhiity. I'u thli Iv.it l[ h s ou'tei I eenl
done. The hiull tof the li :ilnut i hell .,n
txauiinied 'illi ;i satronig :lass is seen l
to have linuiiiitirablle sitnall opl.nings.
sone of which lead entirely throuigl
the nut. Thie trick consists it] using :t
very fine hair and an Infinite amount .'
of patience. Pass the hair into one of ''
these minute crevices aud urge it .eti- ;i
tly along. Suiniitilli(s it will iiapp1it'r on il
the other sihle at the tir-t riiil. luiit if
It conies out at the hulindr'ed anid tirst ,.
you will lIe very lucky.
le Hlad Learned It.
"I heard a good story the (thler daly.
bt'gatl the gr.ctry 2liia '2;iliOut a ceir-
tai p in| ttici in."
i'hlit \rill do," iittr'ruptedri l the dis-
appll(ited ottiteseeker. "In the lirst
l.'te. therite 'ire no c't'rt:i:!i p liticians."
-Chlicag.o Ne'w-. IM

And One of Them Went Wrong.
Adam was lucky In another way. HI W
bad no friends to come around telling
him bow be ought to brig up his boy' 1 1 I

W e Ve '!,l take. yYour order'

Time T,, delivr it promptly.

- We've Got ,-, .,

: the GROCtrtRIESI .'itl.

Howvard & Norrison

Long's Old Stand.

STPhone 19.

0 Corner ne:ich Street anrd SecoiJ Avenue. 1



243 N. Beach St
S********-- ***** -- -

6 "

,: t 'ia ." .. ?-'. -. ': "

)roved Air Tght Heaters'

i i. i I- I's. I ,i W:.- > l"i ll i'i' li. ilf

I lo!l iiW liii t i hurs.

Kitan t- .; I ,1 \ .... 1. h,.. I h'l14
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I10 14 1 1. 0ilot .f I II t-

i .! 1 T ,\ !.- i* \ i:', KI IN I ;.

R,. 5. MALE.

" '," G,7 :.' :,- :-*' ) "*) .**- -: :, =" .' .'-..:.:S <69

1: lil l l i l \ \1 I'. 1ri .
McClellan iCh Edwards, Managers. t

0ulding, Scroll Sawing, TurniugInside

ork and Wood Yard. i:i. "' ...l'. 'ho.oe o.





"HtAIL lo ,\,
(' r
His manith i.,' :

CTy, *Hail t.. ,
near andI :.,

ilits tI .
He si.wS i.t
O'tr r>.,'n- "
And 1t i,i h i .
For he., niglhi t ;.-
Th In i l i in- .,
O f all % 1, *.1t i
May reach. ith t,
good v:.i, r.
Their ir-. n'-!
Their fun I .,;=
For Christmas ,.ii. s
a year.
-Almee Cart.) t iPh

USgs lb tawCgh sanJ %%orks o"t the .'uld I --
I.atzative 4imiin t s~lI'i'm' it- 1.1i i~~.i,,i' migli n:stim-,Liiopzjth.a
~oldim ott0t' ii. Noim iUh' ~ '.x.2i.'-2.-w-'i. 1 2 Iilis aiu till


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Wilson's Imp


3l 1

SAY! l

We eh W t v ipd nt )

Crockery and Glassware and can now I

supply demands -in these lines, vL




INI North IMe'c'li Atr.q-t

I'lII ne' !9

* ot~~d~moms=

A Car Lot


Suits, Artistic and Beautiful.

Iron Beds, Neat and Nobby.

Bed Lounges, Dreams of Luxury. ,

Chairs in New Designs, Pictures

of Restfi vnesc and Comfort.

Bing hanm & Maleot,
IronBeds Net an Noby.k

~ ~ ~ ~ A Ae ILAges Aram ALAxuAAAA

Your Eyesight

Is your Life.

tbc Ir. S. Dr. NMat~'n-wq lain'. t ,i. 1 11 .i1i~,n 4 i, 111 'I 'i
ilaiiom a di mertui'' at'. iii' tl faii, haic t l Ili.% -oh, I ,I -II. ,-i-ciii I II o

EYE: S-R A I N It ii4'. i- .--

1, ict c4 1 Io 1 I' I 'I. '
- ~ wdf" t~*e a wkt inl c'.l '.c-.ii ml .a1l1 1 -l

Al1l iiecl-' idi11,11:61l1l1a., 1 1e

Dr. GI. Mort- n Marcus,,

Eyeigt Specialist and

Oculist 's Optician.;
8.%. Beach St.. Next to Moore Bros.

`6464444 4#4 4#4*t.IAA14 F 4 *++++-I-+ IA-i*-'I+! '-! l1-- +4++ +++3f

tuaI tei hiiid IU 4iiI,..4

NXW;.VAM 1 '1"1 1'
....... ......4.-' ...

The Dredge "KLONDIKE"

lfpusIgiugddam- 'in tile#llalifil.1',ni'la iial! Ili\si-I cI. it:116.1

Addrw'm the' jorsiprietirs. II.i\ 1-11.11).,



l r. I'iii, l i, ilId I;ik \W d tl t -li r-I-
edl lp4rol plltly oI n ( liIr' l i1 ,tit'. .\ l
of our wIoid Was iit last yeai.
1 ,. l l' I, ,113 North B B nchl 'irevt.
4 I ll T-.l,.pli., .3-.



* ~Copyright, 0901, by Edwin L. Sabin
ee...eeoeeeoooeco.* .o.*

amm----amaamm a ii o ra

T was* a brilliant holiday store,
the windows anti th .shelves and
the cams ablaze with flligree
and thronged with iolls ii and
dishes and engines and15 trains and
skates and sheds, and liiIyhliorses
that galloped, and cows that w4meid,
and nb!e that ran, aild-aniid tevery-
thing, ailisolutely everything, tlht ever
enters the most rapturous Christmias
itn tie- enter l of ti lti large sli\v win-
dow.s, fronting ulilii tlihe gy i street,
stood two MiStli.ers.. 'i'l'y wer.' bly :ill
eld1hs the' tinil't sollitrs iln tIh' l''.
Miu'h superior to the jeirsuluiel cumu-
poslug the different tr ps and regi
nlitnlits iin1 d o(tnl iip IInl s t lii'tioln itl1 i
and there aking the talaiss. The priir
we re minde oif til. to 1I' sr.1114; but they
wv'ere f 4l rbie stailur, tight inches
tall, richly fil'forul in black anid
yellom. aind i -t iilld i N \-%%\utnil tip i l th: at
tlh:'y \%oild pr.c.'iet ;irulis st 'ir:il titles
Tiln' oti"r shlies.. poor thln.s. wer,
c-toilUn'ltl> to remainil the whole tiuie at
a 'enTrry" or an "right shiuhlter" with-
oiit relief.
Naturally tit. two soldiers'. \ere
l-otit ] :i fid o it :i.s i oatisll l' r>';chlinig loie-

"off, 'To.)411?AWAYF1-1414 .4Titi", IETER~NAL
yond tilvir 111,4 cittil Si''ur
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g. I Z.- t c1.4It 1- tlnc It*- II da.lto i: 1!'-iInt 10 int II'.
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12 A I' lici;11i"lA"' ii iiti tin'l ic-ipclcict

"t ll 111 1 41 iceilt iin A 41 ,0 1 Ihi-: ll4 (torI :
l~:lc'iltc 'ones.
''W itin al .11 Div y l't :Il-f it rtc-4t 4 lt-Ii
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lit -I.

h i.r or'iranisni is tUi ti:i' t ,,i" iSth ,
:n t' i\l ,<'\l hi> lil\ l: l." iiiil il-i2 illll
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l' l"r th '-. 1n c \\ I I 'r lily I llll I llIl \ ll
I.. i't':ilrt'k i as it di-''i ."
S li i i' iiZti il It 'lit I h Ia h ilt i i r n:i l-
I Iici i i t 0lSli c u lt. ; il _; l l'"r: -1 l"
1 1. -l t l .li t1 hir' li I i l l- i a i i II s :1 -i1 '1 t

"i. eio" r t iirni'd t .ic ,( i i, ith
\\ 1h.< r l li ra p mlll 1 .1 Li. ,l l al lt l l ll.V

d th., :lie h't s. .llr deli llr'gh t\ I.L

eitherr mure ret'iT. *"t; thlro N-1 til- Sevrii V rY ars' \>lar'"
\Vt, ll m ight litn ut il hi, lii.'. y. 4'14'
I r It ill T \\ .iit ;i s l : r <'cI t w ri' l'' 1 h '
l .t.i lItd 1<-. l l i ariI I la' :1 l'. O t. l ht ,iI'
\\ i l-, .hairi1l ii n liiIt II l I rfI\ t : i ut o 1n lii-
t li.-t, lit' had only ,liI.% IA. I, .I ty
S \ u s tI w i.-t :,l ;i- k t'\ hI'I ., i'c 1 ,' 1
li n (:tilt \% :Ilz I i, i t li, f>;itiu rt'
\\<'Tr I.1talt iI'tl aid diIt'l'-ilI"- i-nt ;I. f t rI-
his uniil'orim' t I'l.ack :i;id < 11 x% th r<"
w\ c, hardly a .-I.p ,t' I.:*i.it ,t* I'n im
"l l'\ C tit,\it ll -li\ .ll ll li;1 -
ni tin '<'d thtl' llrs't, w\ t hil t ia i< '0'L*' 1 1 i 1'
"'lltut .tou wl iiy. 4y U I \ i illy to1101;1
jiu.t wiihat you were. lookhii: fr."
"Y"tes," xsl\p ile l d t I s" ,' il. "'I f ll
into an excellhit p,-t. It \ i- lht.

hands of a little boy, suru
he,. w:itn't allowed to litir
.ha n'l'tt Iti iark on ii,-.''
i ilitl ~iiuslf proudly.
True. lie :ias still iin
ScoUlidtio in.
"1 iThnder ahnd M.1or'0"
flrst And look mit itme
to S:ly that youii nivr
, i "lh, io," r'- plicd the
didn't il, :i oiln i o tilo n



H" ae mIMF Nf"l ob.a
& wed injmwl".>I>

HRISTMAS with the mercury
at 95 degrees In the shade and
r enough, b t ariig away tout of eight
Snonh. but hen exoed in the open!
t m. See, I The bumlrning.- allmlot boiling, ray of
AnJ he ex- the Fun beat vertlknily down frtm a
deep blue dome of sky that in unfeeked
dress parade 'by a single film of cloud, and reflect
d th back with added Intensity of suffering
chu-kled the heat from the parched, baked and
r w.ie stepped a 5sea that shilumers like molten lead.
I 'hristmni's In a land of perletual sum-
; It. lr, anid a hot wave at that, where a
t'c'wrs. [ !aMS i,,,.e, ui1it f'.Il..i liken.. inuffliorii.i ea re iniul

pit ut a':i iit 1 ts tsom azs ih-- '. s done
'.'4' I!: vitlI I III#% His iiittht'r had

-So ipuu iii. lr 5133.11 out :llIfnight
lit flt, L All hr Ili t ht indAdle of thle sit-

-Ne\tver."' suid the spicrk and sloanu sol-

'Aud (lid lie shoe it It 3*01 with his
rubibesr giml ever*!"
N' '''sa id tilie spic%. at rid sloalliSol-

\ 4 ,'said the spivk :and span sol-
..( ordrag 3cpi i .11041it a langt il e Chairs

c. 'ur. z said tiile ic sjc t:11it11 sp In Sol-

`(Ir 1 :ko-N-i' toUId l'd ''.%il, 1,;m and

'' hirljc 3)1ck you '. li~ith N-'I or 'thro'.w

WN'e'.~ atchi I ciii lprtsett('it l'us
as wev.ll a-.4 vcr..
()Or kis- -o .u ~i ndImhug'4 pm w~ith a:ll
lii-S ii "It alid cr v fIci '.1111 '4Vhe'ii he
siick i'. ~ lvtli 1,4 lc

tirt'ly ['r days aiiud a- I lid your
114.3 .rc.ll3do ic ll 1thtn tooc '
'it'-., allthatlt :ir~i miicantswe.'red
the buttered soldier i-fil3
''A n~d d i-i lie k i- a,' eal say ?"'

"Y(- 1w ie-!.t d inc aimid If,-kjissed

"A d411 iii vl -a jy it"p l-u ltl
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h ~e me~tre* tIught (of a 1plaziuig Yutle
kig Omous'tititlucet an attack of fever!
iThe ealviid~ar may hisist that it is the
L'5-tli it LDet's'ember, liut to a -.trmige'r
from f lit, north, mays a itewsl'ial'r eur-
rsmt~litiltt rroin Kuingstwiii Jamic~ia, to
m'.i-im 1 lthe '44 iii**4brisainas' lhas :I
jii gle Ofcii lighiiicll.111dintlIIIC S1111-1,
keen rh i.g of skate blades on the 14-P,
there't'is iic.)rsal (liri'.tii.:ns in 'tuie
strau ge etcikiitrisher,totlMe troplics.
lIII Kingstoin, the caniiitaul oft Jat uIaiea,
tins' jreja rlatioIns foor Ch'lristmcas begin
se~ve'rali-weeks loefore the t'veint. Th~e
14111i. Ine. 'jers lay 'I) extrat 4i siilies 1111da
111.4 A % it Iv '.j.eci:n I a t r:ct i4 bils. hiretty
imieiii' after the niaazimr lot the New
Y411irk stOrs'cc. Amonumg other tlilj L~s they

Stroai mad Hot Wawter 3
Estimates Furnishd. Work t
P. 0. Box 286 _
Oliei at European Hotel. Ship l '

L'rinip, attention given to all bollm.
4 lltce in the County Building.

G, P. alouhcoo
Lim.1,'t11`0 UN TWEII 014141 11k' rn'ii.1tu1.
'Phone 87.

Notice of omardimanhA~i Uai.
Be it kinciwan it oau wbeinn it nnay concern
litmtiss ultie.'foinrtevt'i ny ei' it aniuary' A. ID,
!mar. I w% gasnuuihintmcifTthe' minrors, T*Aary A.
ml ci c.i-w ns" al tcinilt'Hyne, atItbe (Court
Iliac.,'t #-Jin I-Lt'ind. shall apply to the Hon.
.1 i..'t' e~t'rca'3'an County .Judge, for an-
a licirit .ici '..'IIt alie' Interes'tlof sid pa~d lmors in
iI,,. In iaciofcilt-ii.lasea'iiamn H-iBvnt' vIE
-1%o 1.nIItI~~t.a u 4-c' vra'rst.'l lie-using sub-
tiin.ctcpe iaoflt- m' oeri h part otitthe' Thomias
IFittcIi rminu. tmid salsitlons teulel.anellevelk,
ri's'en'ietj I.Lyanii Murdiosk subdivvlalon of
:. ii .'n-,,"t''a ihpii lairty-five, townsisbp tour-
mi '-t. "ciit 4i' ntle -,,e' tliril'-two. s'aih.
(Wiuurciinsait sfaid Minors.

ilniiIrt large u|iiainti'.i's of swt'eetiniats -
1111d 1 andics from I.onidoii, New York Attenti0o TouistS
i ,ii tl l'nris. il lu' d ll c lio <-o l t, c re a m- ii iis *
and othti-r confielltliiery \lwhiclh New nd all ll .ovrs of tine' iglar! You will
York'rs are accu'tolt led to getting indt IIl..log-et. i'uiortmelit. lile't var-
S"freslh exery hour." In Jiamicatt-a you 0,1. nal til. l'.s Nt llillityv it
ar ,'. rtasialil y sure of gtlintg these

('lh'o'oilate grows iin gre'ant aiialitiliane i

all o\er the ishind, obut it must go to
iLondon mor Paris or New York to be
manufactured into candy, or even into
thei preparations for breakfast levtr-
Sgi, <.. That is 4o4- of tihelt exIWnsiihe
lt.pelliarities of the country. Thel
C'hl'istin-is iiai-i'kt is tlie great tfeatiire
of the ilay, :aid almost tlhe priinipalI
\.snllt ofte tle ytrar ill a -,lrtain iense.
E.verylioily goe's toi market ton Christ-
imas day, and between the hiou0rs of 6
aindl i in ilt' liiee ifliiig :ill thle fashion
a:d ll ,lily of the isla:il's 'a .:itail :'re oi
rt'ssM l:trade through Victoiria market.
lit' stalls iln the market are'' ga ly
dil'.cril'td 'l l iltlI ll:i's, Itilintelg,. ali ll
1 i'aitl'lics, colrit'*ld liiap'r, tiin'sel id atni

al tlil:iit'1V of flOt .rs. A.\ lbrass bainel
4' iclc,'S la ro iiili"'lit i.,.titii un ill the
in.irkrt building and di,-coure-t. s imusi<;
ot -r.iat \olul ii ti'l d 1 :iri'hty :and ilmore
r.1 l1,ss linilody. Altir tlhe cro,'ds fair-
1 1 take l o'.ession of the lllarket the
'il'otrni:-it'c iii'of the band aipli'ars to li
iiio ly pantolilimic. f or inotLing madi
,!. tih' liind of man i an for a iiomenti'it
4'ollip'te in noise produciinig capacityy
wilh the average Jlamijae:aii ni,'gro.
The \\'est Indian negro's great weak-
I-.-' is a: love of gay ;aiiiparel, ni'Xt is a
lircdtilecctioli for tTliii oiii nllt'. ;and
the most promiiine'nt atlliction i, ga:rrul-
itt. Ili the crowd that srl.'i*'s pIast one
thiioA gh the market Iand tlih surround-
inli. sli.ts mai y be svei. eiU.ry' lriety
,if :;J|:l'tir kniowIn to. civilized and un-l
A',\ ilz...d uian. The country' people
w '4.i"r little or nothing, thie i. ,oli.s las
Lttlel i, nothing., Ibut thin town nlt.g,ro
%.'. ti'i EtI l'.rythiilIg hie' or si.' t'can put
Aln. without any l'lre 'ard m'liatVt'vr to the
li.il' 'ionnlilclltis. T'li'v take their
liaotions from, tlhe Enlgli.-h fashion pa-
'lwrs, :iand heavy wooilen clothing is all
thei -13Il.. o Th'e writer lias ev'lin seen
sail.sl, iin, wirn in iiKingston on la day
'whn thelt then'ioiicmter registered 'J.
"itri;a'e s in the shiadet. re is a stylish
stldIllc :ulil'rvd g.'ietlm'iiiawii wearing i loud
th 1'c'k t:,rous'rs, e loattil tlealither ishi tos, a
Ltriedl tl.inniel shirt iof three ecolturs, a
c,. ii'-i Aaind black s.i- li around his
w:t. La blue ELiiliih criTcketing ';ill on
,'< hli'd. ll his h ita:l h c- A t niii 'i s ani
.iihiun -'f ca'nii', \wh ll< -,l'.cf l into i:s
l'it k is :i *' M" l ; i'**0 ", I_ v'il'-I' t'ly
ll.ii!i ln't s, tll',ri.l \\I ; !t lc l',.<.-t
stiiIly on tiA the t lir .. Not loiltg jiigo
tii. i i- r .< l.id--. tt.,,d ll ln 1. I1' 0ltli-
li 'i: ,:i~ o g Klini -toll ',-t itlI t inl'kilS,
I t ic, oItilI iLI '**t ;il \\. wi ti thel

'l" ii'. r I ie auL t iitirlcc'd a lot of clr-
L-Ulda1 1ilCtUaSc Of'tjtholt '4'4induw' glass,
44 ..'Ic I!-'I 4i .4c I i-'. '"ans all thne duades w~ore them, happM.1

I idiflferenit lbrandsl of stritly first cland

George H. Matthews.
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Flannels and
Ladies' 'ear,
Shirts and Collars
a Specialty.

Mrs. Jane Gooden
,:t.'. .South Il liech Stri't, IDaytouna, Fla.

SNeville H. Clark


| Eyes Examined Free.
I l lirk'. .et-w .lry Storv.


Cabinet Maker and

Wood Worker a
I i> i ucl l Wi %lHdow Snrtesl, Pihtlure
\l .iilliolings iiia l to ulrole'r. .Ml kinds of
I nir il 1.'* lt,,.itirin
I 'ii tt:i liiin,. iDayt'man. Fhla

'Losley <8L

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We are here for business, and while we do not guarantee to please everyone, we do pron)ise
to do what we car) to merit your good-will ard patronage if given a trial. We keep
a good stock in our lines. We have too n)uch regard for truth, integrity and the
good seose of our friends to advertise our goods at cost or to give away, but
we do iqterd to sell as cheap as is consistent with a stable retail business
where you wish to buy goods at their honest market value.
Fancy Crockery and Chinaware

Our Line of Fishing Tackle is Very Complete.

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