Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00468
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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 27, 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: VID00468
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Other version: Daytona daily news
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Daytona. florida. Dec.. 27..19029

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We have just received shipments of
Crockery and Glassware and can now
supply demands in these lines.


If. II. I)M()N'DAIN, Managr.

S!# NorthlaIeieneh Stret

Phon't, ,

C. C. Barnes 4
at the Novelty Storei
oftor am~thiim- in I11' the I. fninns.: %viz

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l~ua~k.*tRini C~gNap% m! GI11aw

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Framej. ~nig.s Math-'to OI Iri.r.0

ft You CAia,,esit Fitmel ~ (.I
Wbat V411 .1111....W v~~uonl BAR14M ~

Why Don't You

Marry That Girl

iinghlia & Maley have just
received a ig .it shipment of
wire grass furniture, rugs,
matting and art squares;
also rattan rockers, chairs,
(etc. .Yo'u could fit up for
luxurous livin'gat little cost.

Binglhm & Mal

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Fresh Fruits

are Wholesome.

That's the sort you get at ('onrad's.

Juist r"ii.4 eiI 1a tilldIi.lo41 f e-1 'lcet. fil-As' i oI'im..'npt-S, I .a~lKe jle'i 1gl-lj.'S
awl mul i t Iic lwe, fri-l-.Al friiits 11"d mei uge't-ili's.

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SDOOTr )ry Pine and Oak \Wood deliver'-
O J D ed promptly on short notice. All
of our wood was cut last year.
U L ODUT II North Btech Iireet.
J. L. JUM, Telepbone e.

SVote on 50 Electric Franchise a a:
a a Ordered by Our City Fathers.

Ouir Ies-aaI Iegi,-lamt~,-4 met in r.'ular I M~r. iBurgolynleadoirt'.k".u1w the ejeflni

weAit)iI Io.hv 'nng 5 aker 4'.L
Smith in the *'ledj.1 (4 muiiitisltii.t(;"). 1

Harrim 1Iw'ini, jion-tent.

lint] Apjrovi-A.
Tile fedimio~ng hills wen-' lass.e1 lijimsi:
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he~ wild SNlW'titi4~&tit ills.
A' himmrggl flqiiest jfr~i '.ia Ills-r iipy01cm.I

ke-ptt off iof IPalmue~tto# 31'. caIll' -31d feir
iimi-i, talk friii, thwi,- 'iii.-il 41id1 4 ethrs
Vit ally- 'iaq't el 'r I 14 4'14 i-. lh e riiill 4li -4' te 4)

hu i.-idd ig the f' ltchlii'-4I jit.' I-illet li. prk.i-f
ii3tt' .43'- Isti-lfii. ei l~leoi h i'*l

.ile-ita iesifi l :11 t'. r e lit lue. 1 14111.11-- 411-fu

brienl.,piimitigi0I the-.right iof way along

r. 11ost', 1 ughit thfey should
41NI-f'-. Ilithl it Imer ('ofditim)Iis. a
hIIa\iiaiinn 131rte (of fare-'ina thle -'ity l intit*o
and e rxirt.emwlthe Wiiih-lif that thety wen.
j irtovv hi44'jiiat 14 4)5.' *'ids.
It w.a,, a lue-stieui in Air.liharris* mIindI
"liether theY had tfll'.' 11111thfirmiit-nlly
stiplitllited 11i itie'esfiil a4 midisils il.
M.r. Hilhagos ~.*'th' s a 4eitiAqi. ITIN pcn-
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411 i'ItIIil tI le I. f 'J4.vwi iig et itfders of 'electiont
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ill .iit, v parts it s -eS to llii ih -y- i 'iig la ifle'sted.

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hill,' Lauii l'4 ill K41,141 i 14 audit j(mll.

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J. I. \\.\ II :\. Pl'oprietor.

J~ .4W

Holiday Goodsl

At Moore Bros. you will find the largest line
and best assorted line in the city. We can
only mention a few:
Pocket hooks, card cases, cow horns,
Yankee pop pistols, spelling blocks,
sail boats, fruit and waste baskets,
Child's chairs and push carts, elephants,
)oll and doll carts and chairs, etc.
('Cuff and collar iboxes, etc., etc.
Oh, well, come in and we will please you.

Clothing at Cost.


We ,e To take your order
Go To fill it promptly
Time To deliver it promptly.

We've Got

'To do it with.

H~oward & Florrison

Longe's Old Stand.

'Phone 19.

Coraner Deac Stroet-'and Secon~d Awevmo-








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Air Tight Heaters

mcstlL.cssl than One-hatlf
id ()thcr Stoves Requiire
.,It Your11 I'Lk)O11. ItVWbill
1-'Thirty-Six H ours. and
ncWOUI(I 1lk'VCr gO out.
.tf.-%%il I'A iii1111iiChis, SliaviigF.. Bark,
"i ~ I I.S'- I W 3L1141 gi VeI -it ir e "t iitlIeNm
r.-WIt t i ii it Iigetitan any stovet ever

OF' 1ti:Ri.iEl TW CARLK so


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I'fI R- K ii \. Proprietor. I

Rubber Tire Carriages Fine Horses CarM~i Drlvtrs
%*.11"' '%% eli ~'1 iili'.'tI 44!' *:-t i-i I%% 104 ..... T .- ittiI~ti tturnmiths in tOP ity.
*I'tmew -4.tiiiit1trk:ili'.ad .il ik.' 143s-m-i~izvr 14P &anypart toftidw ity.
lI-1itik.-' sI ke sril p-i hip k Stahleiks 4opoteite Public 5e'buol.
Telephone 27

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Over.vTe W cm
Yeor Kidays

AN the blood ton your booy paml
yew kldboys ncet Mthr i m

tor out the was a

ftyn edoak awed
oforder. they hb todo
Pslm di drle-.

steM l tcore m era-
O d u oft dbIRd

Kid t t C ca use qMIC or
best bsats.Ond Wmak one sl0 sth
theIf you heart trouble, causn make the heart is
by first doctoring isyour kidney. The mild
and the e through veffols and r. Kime's
t mued beconsired there at only rtery
troubles wre to beIt stand to the kd for ts
butwondeowul cudern of the prost d that es
allYou maydisases have their begi
if you ttle bysick mail ke no mistake
by first doctoring pamphlet telling yous.ow to mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
=n4- the great kidy remedy Ui
soon realised. It stands the highest for Us
wonderful cures of the most dsbeuslmg cons

es. You may have a'*o

free. also pamphlet telling you ho to%!Mn
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kimer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Don't niike aniy miistake, but iulieiner
h n.i i ;\ ii .: .. ;. 1' k| I. r'
S l l ll. V| o t. ;il .. .. .. I
ton. N .Y .. ol '\ i ''i>, i m .


Tli.' hi,.a o. Miii'sk & St. I'.tnl
RLtil. : ayi \ in a iinl 4 l'letis iov r I;.41iNI
tiil-s oif th ,lioio; hly *," iii |Nloo roadoi il
Illitila is. W isoii-in. l, :1i. Mimlisoti .
4 ith Ilklit i. N.ort lirlt lt.. Missoiri,
and tlh. I .l r I'.irilnsula of .Mijhigan.
It ownsaVii lil I> -r:n<.-- -:11 iquipmient ill
Pv'r\i. 1im its lines. inelhldiiig ISh.ling
tirs. I'P:trlor a 'ar. lnaiiitailiniig an excel-
leni-, i>f sirvie-' inneeilu:lhd on nny rnilway
in tlhe wl Id..
It lihas lien at l'itonver in tI Northwest
an.ld west in tile use of tlie likh'k fystemn
in tlhe' aor'nttitoi tl its trains, in the
lighting ,of trainAs ly eleO.trk-ity. heating
lay tleain atild Inmiiiy lther ioriugrewive
mlthIF-0 whi,-h h>av, ahlld .ilsafety, nom-
fort anid hitiryv to) travel. It is always
tih' leader in that iiiroti4'ln.
TI- PI'inni.-r L.initdl Trarins Iewtweeln
t('lhimegy. St. l 'ail ;id141 Milline1itaolit hlve
thv 4,stllh.sl ;.in|ln 1l haisollliet Skep- v
ingi tars in ti.- \% l. l a;n el tI. lIus. dinit ing
('air s 'rv. i,.
Tin tall.-s, nilais and iinfnormtitio l
fiinijslmul itIn lili-li t Ioi ti F A. M. iller.
4ien. P'a.ss \%K'nt, t 4hl I'tololiy Ilildg.ilC

Ballard's terehouMd Syrup
liiiimnw li:ite.ly r,.lie\,'- lieiaits.,, rI ,ilel*Y
4'o,4 l.g ,IIn'-.-,I. r:titling,. Iira ling and
dlitituilt Ira:thiniiig. II'nry I'. ,Ste'.arnt s.
lIunist. Shlillster;z. was.. writ,-,. May
214 "1Hl : ". I l;',' li .-ii e lling Itallird's
lHi.,.ihoael i~.p f(eor I%% \ .iar' sitnil have
nie'vr hal. 1 pia'lv'airatii thl t lias give
Ilhter sati-tli, lion. I not ii t, hat when
I -11 ;l ,ot1 ll,. tlih y ',,inv i ai-ek for tlllio .
I :alin li '> -'.ll.t re -om411 in.l it. 2M -. ..4t-
ani l .411* at l ir..I. .1. .lolies'.

We wi.lih uar 'iIadl.Irs a liajlpy New

rtiChmbetlas Staomish and Uver TabMets.
Try tiln-il
WI.ii, you if-1l ,htil after eating.
h he'ii yl ill have no aPIpit'tite.
W\ hi ll lioVll ;i lvia.l t;isl'i teinlthe mollth
Whli'n your liv.r is torpiid.
W ho.ll oii1r w4111 .I. ai o tio isi tal1il.
%V6hl1 %oi i have a iheadaclh. '.
6. lie yoau fi 'l I ilialls.
Tliey % ill li111ir .yoV4 l ar [tila't ite.ilea"Iwe
lld ilivigurate' yor V .to.iam-li an lit' iyoulr li\,'r anld I, 'I.ls. l-'I r s ale y I
till drliggists.


"I have kept Ayer's Cherry Pec-
toral in my house for a great many
years. It is the best medicine in
the world for coughs and colds."
J. C. Williams, Attica, N. Y.

All serious lung
troubles begin with a
tickling in the throat.
You can stop this at first
in a single night with
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Use it also for bronchitis,
consumption, hard colds,
and for coughs of all kinds.
1mless: 1k.. c..ti. A1lSIMll.

(buit your doctor. It be e e fh it.
sM do s be 6ays. It e yp at
to take It. thea dom't take It. S sin.
aw it wi h him. We are wiiK

A Bad BrathY

A bad breath means a bad
stomach, a bad digestion, a
bad liver. Ayer's Pills are
liver pills. They cure cor-
stipation, biliousness, dys-
pepsia, sick headache. ,
2Sc. AU drggists.

I Want roar monustahe or ieWd a maueMs

see. rs....o..n* P. m.a ses..I a>

ftium hI P that he was bbe t
irnach bies ayf text in the Bible off-
l-d wth-t.thought or other pir-
allm., ad as a test of his talent i ezx-
smporaneous speaklag be Invited his
eosmre tlon the next Sunday .matag
to hed In any texts they would Uhe
him to preach from, when he would
anhw them what he was able to df."
relates the Chicago Record-Herald. "In
rder that he might not be suspected of
maepttttaos preparation the pamanes
of Scripture were to be written upon
lipsa of paper, sealed up In envelope
and placed upon the pulpit Immediate-
ly before the opening of the serrie.
The next Sunday morning the pastor
came bounding fh, pride and confidence
gleaming In his eyes, and found a num-
ber of sealed envelopes lying upon the
big Bible. After the preliminary aerv-
ke be called attention to them and mid
be would preach from the text con-
tained in the envelope that lay on the
top of the pile. The remainder be
would reserve for future aIlbaths.
Tearing It open, he unfolded a slip of
paper and read the words once ad-
dressed to the prophet Baulam, 'Am I
not thine ass?"'

The Flemish Fishwife.
She Is a monstrous bli creature. as
Unrestrained in her physical gr awth as
she to In her expression of the smallest
or the largest emotion that stirm her.
Two of her walking side bly side fill
the narrow street with a broad ex-
panse of hips which leaves no room
for anything else to squeeze past her.
Her back view is as Imposing and not
unlike the mighty Flemish horse In
motion In front of one. Her great
broad feet are comfortably bestowed in
wooden sabots that make a pleasing,
leisurely clatter as she moves majestlc-
ally along. Her massive chest is
crossed by the knitted shawl she al-
ways wetrs. The strings of her alwon
have never yet succeeded In reaching
clear about her waist. Her face. broad,
red, lightly wrinkled, as quick to tight-
en with anger as to broaden with
laughter, has never been shaded by a
hat nor schooled to conceal a thought
that moves her. Her hands are huge,
strong, quick. And her tongue!

The Weddingl Cak.
The wedding cake is a development
of the three ears of wheat carried by
the bride in very olden times as a pre-
sage of plenty of the good things of
life. In time the grain thus formerly
carried was ground and made into
small cakes, which were thrown over
the bride's head as she entered her first
house. A pile of these flat eakes was
laid one upon another, ufter the man-
ner of shewbread in old Illustratioins of
Bible times. Thus by a inttiral evolu-
tion came the pri'e1t-nt forni of one huge.
round cake, for wlhose hiloraite ap-
pearance and composition we have the
French to thank.

o Fiashe lleart
Did any one ever see a flih's ears?
Do fishes have ears? It halis lenu prt-
ty well proved that they lhear. Set-
entlsts have made tiup a list of about
100 fishes that unike sounds. Why
should they make Rsunids unless they
expect to be heard? The druim drums.
The puffer eronks. Even tihe weakfish
colnlplalits with an internal voice when
the cruel flshernmani lavts It to die in
the bottom of the Isgit. I'ossibly fishes
hear through their teeth.-New York

Sunflower Seeds as Food.
The sunflower crop Is one of the best
paying in llussia. A good crop is worth
as it stands in the field $25 an acre.
The seedti are sold bly the farmer for
about $1.50 a potuid; then the mer-
chants salt them and retail tlihi for
$3 a pound, and at every street frlass-
ing In iussilii lprovtinclal cities lre
stands and pildle'rs with baskets sell-
ing to the puscrsly the 'ialted prod-
uot of the big sunthower, which 18s

Wasted the Whole Outst.
A friend once wrote to Mark Twanlu
asking his opinion l ait certain matter
and received no reply. IHe waited a
few days and then wrote iigiln. Ilals
second letter was also ignored. Finally
he sent a third note, hicloing ia sheet
of paper Iand a two cent stalllip. By re-
turn post lie received a pistcard on
which was the following: "P'al*er and
stamp received. Please send einvclo1e."

LaguKage of Flowers.
Edith-I -o you understand the lan-
guage of flowers?
Ethel-I do.
Edith-'Ththi what des this bunch of
rare orchids that .Alt rt sent me sig-
Ethel-That it fool slld hiia money ltre
soon parted.--Judge.

"But, judge, you were asleep when
the testimony was presented. How cau
you give a decision':"
"Easily, sir. easily, for ito one can
aemuse me of having lten prejudiced
by the arguments of either side." New
York Thies..

One Better.
Mrs. W\ith lrl, W'e naust give' som
sort of affair, duar, if only to malutaiu
our iseit on.
Within rtby I sulpplose you want it ti
cost as nlit.h as pissilble?
"Oh, laore than that:"-Life.

Hit It.
"I hear you are going to marry od
"For hand's sake!"
"Yes."-- Baltimore American.

I Ms IN,. vERsE

we the le etmS.
CUM O( the saI Powe tk aptwuom
KU11Hi1 with her thou Jovest In the SOdd
of delight
And where the flowers of paradise un-
Quaff fragrant nectar from their cup" 4t
There shall thy wings, rich as an evening
Expand and shut with lent ecstasy.
Tet wert thou once a worm, thing that
On the bare earth, them wrought a tomb
ani slept,
And such Is man, soon from this eU of
To burt a seraph In the blas of day.
-Samuel logers in Pittsburg Gasette.

Thbe CommempIee..
Who e ws ambition in a common breast
Sows heartache, anguish, bitterness. ua-
Men of small measure may not entertain
Conceptions vast, save as they dream in
Invoking evermore the specter Pain.
And what so wasted as a life misspent
In futile striving. puerile discontent?
Its eyrie On the cloud girt mountain peak
None but the eagle may In safety seek;
Thus are the aerial flights of lambent
Alone for Genius, thing of kindred flame.
Is aspiration evil? God forbid!
Yet surely angels weep o'er human life
Forced downward in the rash mistakes
To grasp high things from lesser mortals
Other to be than that It was created.
By Its own laws of being ever fated
To hug in sorrow hopes unconsummated.
Lavished on lying dreams the little span
For noble deeds allotted ingrate man.
Let us beware the siren when she sings,
The dazzling Shape upborne on shining
We to whose common clay the earth
damp clings,
We who were formed to dwell with mean-
er things.
And let us dare assume the commonplace.
Wearing with tranquil Joy Its homely
Though we partake not Genius' royal
It not the Great. 'tis ours to be the Good.
-Beatrice' Clayton in Philadelphia Ledg-

Laek and Laslnea.
Luck tapped upon a cottage door,
A gentle, quiet tap.
And Laziness, who lounged within,
The cat upon his lap.
Stretched out his slippers to the fire
And gave a sleepy yawn.
"Oh, bother! Let him knock again."
lie said. but Luck was gone.
Luck tapped again, more faintly still
Upon another door.
Where Industry was hard at work
Mending his cottage floor.
The door was opened wide at once.
"'t'ome In!" the worker cried.
And Luck was taken by the hand
And fairly pulled Inside.
lie still sla there--a wondrous guest
From out whose magic hand
Fortune Hlows fast. but Laziness
('an never understand
Ilow Ilndustry found such a friend.
"*Luck never came iny way!"
Ile sighs and quite forgets the knock
L'eUn his door that day.
-St. Louis Republic.

The City. #
Twilight above the church's dome;
Tihu cover of the night comes down,
Antl along the ways of the swarming
The crounds at dusk are hastening home.
A thousand light are strung along
The btawling, bustling thoroughfares.
Andi alove the yell of a hawker's wares
Hand organ music and shrilling song.

Mlidnilght along the city street;
The glare of lamps and the flash of
Fair. proud women with trailing hems--
VWealth Iorn and gutter born, passing.
I.aughter and roses and dying mirth.
A cloak wrapped close round her scent-
ed hair;
In a darkened doorway mumbling there
A beggar is crouching close to earth.

(tray. cold da'Nn o'er the stretching roofs;
Silence along the empty streets;
No tianid. no stir the strained ear greets
Save' the trick track of a horse's hoofs.
ghostlyy and large through the misting
A market wagon and rumbling carts;
A shrill blown whistle, the city starts.
Awak- a. thrills, throbs and tolls again.
-Mary 1". F.'aon In Boston Transcript.

To My Native LaLd.
Imperial pleo|-le, full of wealth and power,
A in.itilon chosen from its natal hour.
W\'hose eominerve penetiates the farthest
Whose starry emblem floats on every
blree e.
In every age may justice grace thy halls.
Truth. etluity and freedom guard thy
To uni einug time may thou protect and
The poor, the widow and the fatherless,
And through revolving centuries still be
l .ve r the hiuine of valiant men and free;
A land w here honor, manhood, honest
t'lainm rightful precedence o'er wealth and
Thy t-hcilrun dowered with every grace of
h -..rt
'That lands and cruclfles the baser part;
Still le.Ad mankind. and foremost In the
Put lown the brute and elevate the man:
A bl.-acon light upon the rock bound

Far shining from the harbor, ever stand
To guide humanity, my native land!
-Chicago Inter Ocean.

The Reasom Why.
S.aidl an o".vl to a fly
l'.Passing djiefully by:
"l'ray rest awhile, madam,
And tell me your trouble.
I'm wi.e-as birds go-
And perhaps I would know
If your sorrow is weighty
Ur siniply a bubble."


The Real Meanlngl.
"Ennui," said the cynical codger. "is
the polite name for Izluness. It mean
Dng nothing and too tired to stop.'"
-alatluige Herald.

"Your paildon. I pray,"
Sobbed the tly. "but they say
0 That my eyevs--it seems strange-
Number over one hundred!
And think, If you will.
Of my oculists bill
Should I live to be aged!
This, sir. Is my one dread."
S -Katharine IL. Terry In Deselgner.

The Origln of Speeel.
The hippopotamus Is fond
Of rolling in the dirtiest places,
And, turning from his cleanly pond.
With mud obscures his burly grace.
A dainty bath of stagnant slime
Is what he never can resist;
TiS thought he may evolve in tiue
uts avpeeblee wvet. *
-fte Ma det.


T.mai :a;d I : 1 Io lp.iy tri;i s : lis
father's liir- i cniiin. \Ie p.i ri-l soft
so pll ilnti I li:.t o1,n lil. hiI li.ha:"
**I dlia 't s.-' : ii.it h:i!L. V'ry l;f1 L hlli4iAle
alIjut t li;." ot,-serv, .%Mrs. 1'.,w .T.
"It Wv:;Is i iiy. It \ til;, in i'insiest
tlih.1 1 > .c > .l L'.irl o1l'. li .i, S-1 tiiIIly
that i!hat" And li, elir.i. el nid
Ilall:l' ;ii aid oIile-el t.o :'il rl'o f'T tWO
ior thrlte i:iiii ,t \\'.i li' .1p.isiii
had >:4s .',l emil I leIl \. .,< il tle Iliars
ftr,:I Ilii; < \ X s.. l:e ,,ii :r11ili( s il :
"'l'il ei down 11aiil hl k :It tliat t lw 1se-
ment wlenil'w. I think the catch is
lt,> e'."''
Mrs4. i.owtser kniew tl:it hle 'wa-t g,in
down too teo tle sidlielar'd l'or i lis1 third
drink iof elder'err'y wite, It .'li h:idl
iOtlhiliI' to s.'y. It w is tilllii i!iilts le-

*V'hile you ought to be In your bed.
A'r. yve:l r'e.I*ly to go upstairs?"
TihO tli;-;ie?.ess of Mr. Bowser's speech
and Whs 'ih:l inge of inmotd were a warning
thitA t;le e l,-rl,'rry wine was taking
ditt.' e'fie-,1 ,ll t'e' Il'lml. and Mrs. Bow-
sr de, e:*! t't ret hliii to led before
his l.niet s ;.ve ot' t.
"Vhi'y sl ,lii-lI I go to bed?" he de-
uia,!,,l i'.s he hie.'5'ld blak and looked
at lh-r.
"To leh.t the \line have its full effect
ion I.Iii- systeml"
"/.lien I \'.ei't go. My shystein is all
rik:ht ;11 i l.Ji. and you needn't worry.

"Two or three nights ago you "ailed
me an old rleprolbate and teildheaded

AIR. ItOWtSEIC 4tXEA WHOOP'14)tl'AND)' THE~ l;1 A~E.

fe're' I,' t ra:Te] ar'.'-,. ;ild lihe 1w.1s hardly
t'. I I r- .- l -; i l i
"1 ;. I;,. IilIt l' ili 1i4 l I i. ls' tu
Ila i' iii, fi;ii thia ii a lc:iiel -Ci li lt;.
ite'rs, H e it aie \w',, t i t! ;li i ;I:.La Is oef
tw i op%%-1 t1.>lli'r lui: h.i' l.i' Thiink
of It. Mrs'.. i',.wsr- think f l\ve to e w'
with their tails ti el t,,eti- ir.'
-"I think it w1as a v'. ttli.,., thlin'."
"Stupi l'.' \\Vhy. it wvas. tll 'Uiliiiitt
thing ill all this w-orll ihi all this
it 'vwent 'off ilIt ;li>e' i'htTr lit l'i
llte at out of tlt rlit n iiin l i l c iA 11.; !1
t ff his c-hair 1 'cire liet it l i,.i. \\ X -'li
hlie had ,oln ''"! ilt a :t. I i : .ii!;:
"' .l il't l i tK. ; 1 I.t I tl .. N .
B4''. ilfr. It' \I :ila t ti j- ,- 1 il 1 I .i,.
domm't try Ii Ivf,, ,*z 1 i '. iL ;.i .
g(IOO| tea r alll tll'os- I.,i ". ', l- jy -
lioo l." i
"Are yo u -i- thlit ; Idriberry
S al ; i- -
iathl er''d .--i 1,;- c ., f:t mii ;i l ::c ti.c
regular i !li.'; : 'lr.' t. -:,-. i;, I 'l r, o',.,
I It ill Japiau. Wl;., doe .u ask?"


#1 19

[Copyright. MB, by C. B. Lewis.] "Oh, nothing. bt I woualmt drt
A GALLON Jug arrived at the too much of It If I were yoL. Thl
Bowser mausl.n by express blood w eedles sometimes act rather
the other afternoon, nnd when queerly."
Mr. Bowser came down to "No. I shan't drink too meuh. Jut
dinner he explained its presence by enough to let It act On the blesd, you
saying: know. Wonder if Tom resembeis how
"I got a letter yesterday saying that we rolled a pig down hill In a barrel!
the jug would be sent. It is from Tom Fty. now, it was the funniest thing.
Goodheart. an old playmate of iniue in you-you"-
the days when I lived on a farm. It is Mr. Bowser laughed and gurgled and
full of elderltwrry wine. You know shook until he bad to sit down on the
what elderlierries tare. don't you?" lounge. Mrs. Bowser looked aeroe at
"Yes." replied Mrs. Bowser. bhir without making any remarks, and
"Grow on bushes in the country. El- pre-tntly he got hold of himself and
derberry wine is as harmless as water, said:
but an awful good thing for the ltlood. "Maybe it looks silly In me. but those
Tom couldn't have sent me anything old recollections take hold of my mind.
I'd appreciate more just at this time." I1 think I'll go down and see if the
"I hadn't heard your blood was out basement door is locked. This i just
of order." the' time of year when sneak thieves
"No? Well. there's three or four get in their best work."
other things in this world you haven't **The door is locked, of course."
heard of. I an not one to go :runud "But I'll make sureof It."
lie forgot about the door when he
II1 got downstairs. In other words, he
had more business with that Jug from
the country. It was business that took-
o t up tift(en minutes of his time, and
aI whet he started up the basement stairs
Uie fell against the wall on either side.
"Is that a new way you've got of
coining upstairs?" asked Mrs. Bowser.
"I-1 think I have vertigo now and
then." he replied. "It's either vertigo
or a laek of circulation of the blood."
perhaps s that elderberry wine will
help it."
SI "I klow it will. I think I ought to
C| take the jug up to our room. I may
want a sip along in the night."
UShe looked at him In a-way that de-
cided hini to sit down, but scarcely
had hie done so when he fell to weep-
/ ing :ind laxxclaiimed:
"'I just happle'ned to think. Tom had
a little siste-r who used to gather elder-
berr'ies with us. and the poor thing is
S"She inst have died at least forty
AFT-rB DINNERI THlE JU WAS Oi'i.NED. years auo." observed Mrs. Bowser.
slhoutii.g -albout tile stlite of Iny bloel,.d. "Yesi. it wai; all of that. Poor, poor
It ne''a!s t,;aiilg up. ho'vever. :amli this Nani'y: Slie was just the sweetest and
elderri ry wine will ldo it." loveloveliest little girl I ever-ever
A.I't ditian.r the jug w:is o.pll'ned. .41w. You don't blanu me for crying.
anil M'r. It-.w- r to ,k :t lil. ir l 'driink. do you'."
lh'fl'or,' Il>, ; I I et ledl tl wii to hii4 een- "'.'N o :it all."
Ing p-i'. r li t I o! a s c<,il drink. andi( '' -iuse b'ecanse I was only a
tell iiiult,. 1:111'il r s~ie lht.!ily l'roke brotlher Ioi her enliiy a brother. Yesh,
i I lto a i'! h11Al ',Ilive' e iel it lilt ii h"' I :,ur N:tuecy is in her grave, while I- I
"1 %vi.-: hi.;- oliiik';. w how il r old I" -

S, H. Gove,
Re'eience4e atiel offiv'e. tie urt bwtems r

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J. D. Carmichael

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Klagraltthie.4'.I.iati' ef lItiIlea11444-

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Neville H. C64


Eyes Examind lll1 Free.
At I'lark .I. \\ l'.v IStor.

Dissolutlozh of Pawtmeveh~b
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Daytona Sta


* I

villain. You must 'ologize. You miust
'plkoltaize' tenl tiliees over."
"'Cllomi to l.'dl and I'll apologize."
"No. sir' No. sir! 'tn loil' to er
politic l nieet i toni i ht ald make er
-s.eeh t of timy life. W-where's my hat

"I'le':e don't think of going out.
iThei is no Umeeting and no speech to
lie ilnialle."
"W4 l1an:i, don't you lie to mlie:
Sta ii tiout of my way till I get my

L followed him down the hall. butt
lih s!iarttl' out. As he opened the door
:a ini ii who was altout to ring the !'ll
;!!dl ask fnr a family nailed Jones
stool in his path. Mr. Bowser gave a
whoop. and the'stranger gave a yell,
anil thte lnext Instant they were iu a
Ilix up on the steps. Two minutes
hlter the inquirer after Jones went out
of the gate on a gallop. and Mrs. Bow-
ser took Mr'. I owser's hand and pulled
alt him Iiand said:
('oiane, dear. That jug of elderberry
wine await you." M. QUAD.

\. 4.'chSt

Fro Sale at a Bawfairn.J
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c* .nS

By tired woI e" .

woM ca cure som w hme
wa -an-d -A m cV

at Cli. Wnesof
doetdn wave failed sto beefgt.

cared thousands of cases

not ben to get welltoday
drog staLve $1.00 bottle. s
mach, liver or bowdi
der Thedford's Blak-
shold be u d.
yiorkdvea Tet Lad.
TM an eoo- Metirim 4,


Attorney-at- Law,
(' oli -tio ns .it i lV'ii irio, m t, Atte
<)ffi,-, with Itinlghaini & Thom


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.n Ins, 1 I1eak tm.&
Baied Ron=at heramvo

&ad Mrs. Pacetti, (f Pa Park,
nl town several ddayLthia week.
S. Il.RAiyand little snon am. have
front a visit to New Smyrna.
e nd wools for shaiwls'and
can ime had only at The Ladies'
inMing Store. Roixby building.
MiCannahan, wife and son. are
st tkled for the winter in their cot-
SonI t Ile peninsula at Seabriwe.
rIT tf Itratt is enjoying a.few days with
rlIytomna friends. He is with tlhe firm
SMMurrayv & ltHker. Ja-kmonville.
-C4orni-,. unioms and ingroming toe-
Is positively cund without ajoin.
Iew Yorik -lmqi list. S Heach street,
well t to .Moor- Irow. .1
Mrma. Biamnhia and dnmghter Mite
leomise. tf New York City. are now pleas-
ni antly settledd in twhir winter cottage near
11 H i thiomnnade'. Senihreeze.
.- Th. UGnramling Bakery will put up
t "-lmehe for fishing parties on very simort

Fredldy New-'omlih and (Otis Pelllcier
md- aiae aTgra t cIte hl of yellow tails frtom
the central ibridlr this wee.k. Otis got
S7'5 and Fr.-dily stop|lhiedl with an evenI
ba' indn-l.
S I'lTry ith' Flora Fina 1I rie'it e-igai:
n:admei' iin l1i tolna. Fla.
W. T. IAmIsKcv & ('e0.
F. I.. (orwin. a former Daytonau Iuyi
m4w traveling I,'wise'mr agent ftor the
C. -mntl of G;ri'tgia railway., with liald-
quartersinm Jae.ksonvill'-. w .%s inl tihe -ity
t th first of tihe w k. shaking hImis with
. i.- friendl-.
q"-A tie line.if t le Ile hinelilday liioks
atn llthe mairk,'t fior Ichildren ameld oler
onnemat Ithme Ihok Agc-ncy. 22 Smoutl'
P ehi 0stro.l.I
A. T. I'hatanin. wife andl children Ihave.
n.turned fremi a five weeks.' criuise down
a. far as Pai llime'nci. in their sloop o il.
phlin. Mr. C'hasntain w. lown partly
iln thi' inlten-'t of his nmirreor IiusiileKs.-.
eldoing t .lh I ii' hitels.,.
4'l 011 :nmIi ,.- I itose i-a'lantifuil Sc'rilptu al
wall t'\, .airds. Ntlhimng nii,'r for hioli-
da:. a% t lI i-lthlta. plrn'.iits. l to k A..e'tncy.v
2"1 Se, ittli llt ea11 t4.i stn-et.
I'harle.- Dudilevy and wife.of AI.Plata.
Arg.ntis RItlcpuidli. Sumilh Aimericai. an'-
in tln'e-ily. tell g-iests of Mr. amil Mrs.
t caffner. Ilicshe'woiMl avenue,., and will
maina throimm hi tle winter. Mr. I ld-
..'" is mm sister of Mrs. Sihaffnt'r.
-Hleaiim -rtrs. for (Clri--i nuis litei- a
.. f 1 A _. Io

Maw.Abaurombl,o( Now Smyma16
is id he iy v~Ulqhbbsmson md amgh-

8. Mih had the misfortuae to lose one
of hs large roan draught horses
this week.
Several coaches were filled Monday
with help heading for the "Breakers."
West Palm Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. HMcGriff left Wed-
nemday for a Chrintmna visit to Pailn
Bea-h and Miami.
Miss Ruby Spanglercanme down from
Jacksonville Monday and will join her
father at the Surf Crest.
T. Grotjan Ronald, of Lotus. was inl
the city enjoying the boat races anni
other Christmnas festivities.
-Dr. Man-umcures all de'fetu of vision.
lhe.adahe, More eyes, weak eyes andi
graunulated lids, 8 Bench street.
Mr. Bond, who has spent some time
with Dr. Rose. on Bay street, has re-
turned to him home at Atlantic ('ity.
Mrs. Emmna Hungerford. whom is witi,
Mrs. IDouglasm, the milliner, left today
for Chicago, being called there on busi-

The Princema Ieina exe-hanged Ierbar-
nI-esK for copper paint, and left I'eti-
pher'. ways Weduieday ni morning for Hlo-
tel Ormond.
J. II. Moore and monme friends have re-
turned from tlieir favorite dow% n river n--
ta-'t. Castle Windy, haviiig had good
SKclrt w ith rode and gun.
Quiite a number of people from NeNo
Smyrna. Pl'one Park, Ormiond. Holl
iHill. Port Orange aind otlier neartk
pla;ies did Christmas trading at Dlayton mi
Adoipli M. Jaeilide has lput alonmt
twenty-five pianos in order iln t \\
wee-ks. Ie hopes to disi.wee. of hiis lDay-
tona patrons iby the last of thle cominii
week and move' on.
Mr. Thoh. H. Keating is etontimiall.h
projecting and carrying out sheime fhoi
the let telr entertainment of fe- mp'euter,.'
to tle hDaytona Iteacl. lHe will add tIo
his other attractions a Ihwlimng ailly.
.f 'Fnrh bread every lmimrninlg tat tin,
(;ranmling Bakery. "'It's tih. kilil
miot her u.e1ql to make."

TIhe many friends of t;. W. Itlynmyer. o)i
Maunlsfield. 0.. Commondore of tlhe lali
iax River Taicht Club. arn glad to see Iit l
genial famet ill I);lytoal aglaill. I is Inr's
e'.en''n'nws interest ill tile' ei.nl dmdoings.
I'Thie |ilytona Novielty 'Work. we ,iI
yard is now ,utipplied with dry pinl.e am ,1
oi;k a;iInl lmote tleeI pl'rice-:

tfeir at the I.,,k A1%n.4L. "-224'-" c'ic Pine, 12-inch-$1.75; 11-inih-h$2.(Ml.
li.-e i st n.t. aik. 12-inch-- 2.(tM: 1 t-inelih--$2.3(..
'T ax.-tte-News is (lwe' --ipiei' t of Call upl l'plione 70. They will deliver it
very '-hii. s..-imenip (f rr;l. fI nit: the I i No. 1" ls bee diw tinig ii-
p.-wr"-us gift .f IIr.(;. M.Wai':la,'.Mavyori ,, energy in t, din-tion o l
of Ormiemod. Tlhi- dwtotr is ain :ainthiity .a.',, in; rteslun' fm on mo'annt'
i m s f iw l ;fa o'...'. dl ...me 'll4, .. .1 eat... m.mi lli
fmn c-itie f fruit e.i rim-, as ;well a nutlor-,t i'- ,m1 ...i r ... ..a. t; ........ t i1..io..... ....i...i
mm.,. .,, f -,m t ime m t IlC hii 15 ft

ity on Mm t ditatei Melicaidmm u niicipal law.
-.Feie, te" -d 1by a splc'ialist of 24
yea;ir- Im'-m't ii"'. I r. Ma r n-'us, No. N
W'1e1'1i st r'el.
"What deo you know that is interest-
S inr'" sni thie lhwal relporter to W. M.
Slmiffmet.rcoine- morning this w%-eek. know
tluat I have an unusual demand for eot-
tatg*-". lo.eanling house's, hotels amld ifor
-city v Its. Som4111e if tlimll I can'tt tit 1oult,
oelh ers I c:am.
--..-iest.acl.s to suit all impainrd eye'-
4aighlt. Eies e.xaminlel fr-'. DIr. Ma'r-
-me,. >I eai.cih stn'e't. I
II. I. .Al.. eof Itiilg.ewoo-l aveiiie. is
en;eoying a visit from hiis five granid-
damigli er-. Miesee, Adill:ide. Mary.
Cathear l Mirtha te al Am y. i of Tr.v.r
Ohio. Ti, youIng lhadt lind Ift gr'-ell
neiSs. fraigiail flthiwei'rs a-id cl ei' skies' ani
S im'l.'r ,'mll i 'hnmge' frlllm the lmi.c-'imlg
.- inds and iulln iude's f OIhio. .
0 c-eTry (our I loyal Smonke .5 'ent eigar;
*-'llmci*a l HI Hyode., Fin.
W. 1. I.1mnKesf: & 'Co.
W. AA. Itmaker and wife. of Orrm iond.
we". doe mi in their imeautifuil launch
tlw F'mlh'ria-i. this week. Thei Fn-leri'ca
isi owe Rof ltie Icst cuipedil l hifatse fn'-
q1ie.ntitug our waters. Slx- its supplied
with two 6t-h. p. enginee. lighted by
elceltritity and carriew a pow-erfmul ehle-tri.
-tn*-hi light. SIt is atnmpliy lprovidedl
with hampan"l k) -kers andi Iertils npd
sullldry conveni'mert. *f
Si'p'Whole wheat lIrndl at the frainm-
ling Ilakerv everry day.

ilef-4iing to a former popular nrei-
de'ntof elaytna--one of the Adlvde-ate's
valued sumisribenrs-tlh Nam.s~au (blahia-
man) (Guairdian says: "'Mr. Arthur S.
Haigh hasl returned from England, via
New York. by the teanwir Yuentan, hav-
cn pent the summer in the mother
co.untry. Mr. Haigh will preeel-.i to his
bland home, Cat. ay. in a few days, in
hiayamht. C4wi"-East Coast Ad voc4ate.

most aA L vIfte Prices.
IN you needaythimg in theline of ham.
iynn. buttw', lard. corn beef. salt pork.
ry, pickled pie feet, tripe'. minele'
'-* ke t, preme d am. nil kinds high
-.O MIiaimae, chimied beef. or many
4.Sl mthingm we can't mention in thimi
_-4f. it will Is more than worth your
.L.I to ,rall on J. I.. lOdum. for we handle
1thuiig bnut the finest grale, cheaper
-'4ias c-an lwe bought at any ot her pla e in
go city.

IIs Ior IIoniw nwpsl I I iv ias work 4ii
most indimstriously andm has lie-'in ilei
.re)msly rewarnlel.
I'Thoe who draw .consolat ion frenrom
choice' cigars can find exne'-tly w Ihat
Ihey want at tlme North IOeach si'-eIt
grov-ery of Howanr & .Morri.smm.
A. F. Perkins and Ilenry Zoller p. *et.d
t he Gazette-Newo offlee 'lorist iIa after-
nnon with two fine strings of wlhitinig
and1 blue fish, caught at Keating's Pier.
They said a good nmniler of large sena
I~nse were caught froin the pier that
IW ,Sizzling hot crackers, cookies amid
confee'tions. crisp from tlie bread works.
.lwa lip for easnh at thee grocery of Holward
& Morrison, North IieniIch st-e't.
E. P'. Ploreer and family arrived ini
thei city early Wednesday morning. haiv-
ing come up in Mr. Por'her's lprviate'
latunch. They will remain some' time
with P. A. hloldgett and family and iee
prient at Mrs. Bl the night of January lIt.



Sam I Mon I Toe I Wed ( Thur I Fri I Hat
I I I I 1 2 3
41 5 6 7 8 1 9 10

11 I 1I1 la1 I 14 15 I 16 ( 17
18 19 I 20 I 21 22 1.2't 24
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It in time to lit-in to practiee writing
Daylight is inereamsing at the rate of a
minute a day.
fit 'lark's ('liri-tnimami timale lasted'I till
1:00 p. in. (lhristuinmi.day.m
Around tlie world in MO mi'mitene. .John
Thoinmejo.. Many items of gtriniral inter-st crowd-
ed out, many from' iteni boxes will ap-
pear in next issue.
Now that you have exlerieie'.ed the
"Merry 'imChristinmts'" %e' wish ~Pol a
"Happy New Year.'"
I rArtists' sulpielies at ltarmes.'
ThIe ;azette-News' Trade KEditiin is
going off like Ihot cakes. They imay lie
hlad at this ottice at ten enlts eaci-h.l
Funny miilUsi,. fillinny *chlirne.ter,". f1nimn1
songs and flnnyv jokes. .limnThompson.
,-eoniediai. opera hline.4,. Monelday dlilht.
It. I. Wall has arrived friomn lInvana.
and report s an exi-eelinmgly roirigh trip.
the sea rnming M hiu'her than on alny p.s-
vilets t rip.
lT "It' about time to think of lhavin.
V our hounse fixeld uip. Kost & (iwilnnll'l
anre artists in panintig nil paal e'r-lhan
ngi--I'tte'r conlsllt tletill.
S. II. Wile'h.r has Mr. Wehlin.er aid ;ai
fon-ie of mieIl clarillng upil ten orll twelve
,U.rs in his or:lanmp. rove' tl i plant tot
Irish potatoes inxirt month.
riV 1'ali at I1armi..-' f ir first ,ilas- sta-
Tl'lihmas (oodlall ge'trouly r-ilell-
.'in''l tim' c'Iil'.e'in i I h' lhe, niinslh iIl) teo
fiftee''n y,4ears e1hi ('Cl'ristlllma-. Iy selnd(ling
each a slhining silver dollar.
IJl'-icturns frailmed teo oederh- at
ltaI lies'.
II. .1. M :ilby is tillinig in ill. firom t of tih.
Ilt el to4 thIe rIml 'd of t1im' str l*t. 1iiihih Jillm-
pro\ in g ti. ah>liex ra ,.aiii of iis |Iarii'amge'.
thv l'mi' iel- Ihn 4n. hi ef keys nlin ll a11 l,,
stritl. iialr |l" istetli.',. 4 > :1ner I m an lavi
samine y I I>l' i-r i rio r,%e'ty and lpaYing m
for t his Cii i, ce (' ;ill ;a l l;;iz't lte N '\\ f

After. e:Irinm; 1 0r hei- I'i, rt I i lai.'1' ;am el
eho ly P ill e ornii ,.m t I \W in .\ll .11 -;ii ie,.l
i'm I- I' l, to til early thi' \m .,- k t, l oik
after his h.u i r r.i n '.. int. ri'-t- in tlh;0i
Fori Sam','-TI' ce 0 1 t el Iti ll,.
wood1 at !1 5 1eI"'" Iree 11 f, liy I). IP' ,r"
rill. 27 i t
The a7ze.tte.-N,\' -" "'l1 II l ,\.-." ar,"
m at 'Ollislie'-11I 01l. ill;at '-;iaeio t the' il ; ift \ i11
know eof allytvI liili2 \ orlli ip llishilil J.,,
it do\\ amid dril it iln thl I li\ :mI \\, i
will make anm ite'm of it.
Age' lt .1ilieh i'-'aae'ets. tli;et \\r II.mtinii
tra velers I lli; if tih y l Ie oaI' I laI ili Ir'n
4tamtiills wVhie,. ti.k t ioffir's ar' Ic.ati!e
without t proi .rinmiig tickt. ane aelclit icn,'m
P13 Ie'llts w ill Ie' ,' Il,eteil.
'li ld nimii-11. t ie.h n1tt-. fr.--hi ouI- efi
all kinds. insli ilh.e-hIel Iin l he \in''-
and milnimhedl from the I'.-s. .hila,,,imien _mhl
at IIowardi & .Morrisonm's.
'Tih' l ;i nli' t ( 'Iorl t )Im mii \\1rm ,it
se'n-riaelim g Il(hriest aml.a iy. .1. M isloI ii.
tle' 11iiick cprinit aln..set 'M* in 1p to ilOc
liot chieolailsat .\I\ ood' s.ntail nt Thom.
(ioe c lmll's lih'y w\\'er. refr'esh',aIe d a:im i ,i. n
a chleek for a.',I.
a ,.,So ,i"r,"irs a d I .'loeih i n ri,,- :
E. N. Wahlrn is \\wokineli)g e\r hi-
eighty i mian tre. plaimitaitioin :einil hlaI iing
faith not only in their ro \\ tlh hbi profit.
exlN't'ts to se 'It e1out ia. hein1drd more inhm]
,led pI114ea1ns illn Fl'bl'1rna11. folr which he i-
now plnplarinir tlhe gromini1.

0.The Gramling Bakery have a line *''Ck'roky. ,liiina alind zilams-var- ait
of home made candies, nutm and fruits. Iharne.s.'

The mayor and marsimal. inconjunction
witn the property holder', are giving
their attention to the sidewalks on Pal-
metto between Orange and Live Oak aves.
The vast showing of improvements hen-
ought to stimulate others to fix up and
keep Daytona for all time to come just
what she is now. the prettiest city ini
the state.
WtiAnicient cigars. fn-sh nuts mind
eramkers ait Howard & Morrison's.
Tle following notice to non n-sidents
is being conspicuously posted: "All i0mdm-
residents of this state ie.fon- hunliing
for any wild deer, turkey or quail iti
this county, must apply to the county
clerk at leLand for a hunting permit.
as pretcribed by the laws of Florida.
ant of l S191, etc. C. M. Kurtz. game'
and fisi warden."
..'The G(ramling Bakery bn'ad is
health bread because it is aleslutely frne

Married,. at the, hlo, e of tli lii.'
mother at Silver lali.h. Dec. 26c, at 11I
a.m liby lthe Rev. M. I i0Mln.am. I'ro"f.
('. E. Richards to .Mrs. Liida Itahlington.
Thlie' azette-N,\'ws j in t heir manny frie'ld,-
in wishing theIm li\e-i oef hialthl anIdl -. -
fullness imn their i:ew i-lat1tionl.

A pierty foi th' coimimdimins hlms.e'-. -i at.
'mruier. lle'ato.niabl'!,h rl i'tes. .Apply on
PItri,(. E .E m. S-n: \I'\...

A\c.ry S. .Smithi. of N .\.vi-h. i'n .
has Ieceiv'e am 'pii'l4id, I :t-.-at a Ito
um Iolile from tml- Clhiiaeo lg' 'ce' iil' r
pa0ny whii-hi i- ldiffri'.ernit lr ni anl y ;iti ,,
yet -'eln he're. It i-- said to I1 thie t .rV
liatest- ill st hl aend e oh II-t I ,e.t iln.h
f/'(;ei. II. IClirk hia l a d eiI I hri.-ttis ie '.
trade hbut ldid not sell al lis ionrk s.to|k
of je-welry, .statioiiercv. elhinia. Iwatet itIlm
sea shieils. etc.. etct. (Call aned c- **** hat i-

from anything injurious. I-ft.
A jolly party. consisting of eMiKes Mr. and Mr- Itirieonyn .. .ni,e't liin, a,
Edith and Bertha Schantz, Alice Lud wig. dinner (Christ nas cevniinmi ini hione ,, i
Mr. Burkhart and Louie Schantz. took a .Miss I.iiise Foote ainl 1 er visiting fri.il-
pleasant outing to New Smyrna and the from tle .. It. S. I. Thi" e've'in was-
Inlet Monday. Judgingfrom theanamount inmminensely tenjoiyed andmi thim' inni .'-n.
of substantial. they stowed away in what omfuscating td to ie 0 il4omIing 10111i
their boat's hampers and lockers. they pir'ie.nions of tI, e iIdrtgiradUclites: it
anticipated s ipwreck on Half dollar wouml l Ia,. t.t'te.-I a- .wel lI. ai"
r some other uninhabited island. other na.ll.


4 Handed In too late'For hl~t week.)
XN, mnioi lwi'utiful day could hav
iwen selected than was Thursday las
the day appointed for thw second wmee
ing of ti season o tli l'l Palmetto C(lu
.1il a large' ;ttt'iialiamce was present.
1'll' ir-u.gramim \wa' nal that could b
elesin-d animl happily carried out; first b
a pali.rm riadl Iy Mrs. Minnie Reed, it
whiclishi. carried ier listeeiwm with hei
:loulligh tie 11h .vliia islailnd. Witl
i'er %V -esai\ its volh-aoes and blue skieo
i',It its. raiim am, i nd stimm ifie,; and live
Sixth the hiily. genlelroiNs. iimusic loving
ra;e- I :;i e'i| it s witive i -ligieomn and (ono
ver timil; aldil fi)llowed time political strug
glh- anli dissetmiions until its annexation
It) tit' I 1ite-I Stati es.
Mrs. Si-ie. A. Snhaw followed iby read.
iiig a i 'ct iie' ideliven'd by Pi''ident
''hirm111o:11. '1f 'i1mrmell on the Politica
Sitmual i i th- I'leiilillimes. P'iesident
Sihern.mum % \its ait t l- l;idl of the first
'eolitmiis.iien 4'mm toe tlioe islands ind
lini'cll' v,.-ry cinvcrl't'll with tlie sub
je-'t. It proved ;i vindlicltin of thi
aplpanreit runcltie's eof the' I S. Army and
told of ti.- wonderful work done there
thiro' ghi its illstrumen'itality.
Mrs. C'lara We.lIster It-aynor then gavy
an ;ailel, dlis.coneilse. In I'lea as a Republic,
ill whii h was shown (he wonderful in.-
l[tno.- fiir il\advan.iermenmt in tlhe island, its
ralilisal, and tine realt developmentt ol
tile' 'at,.-in iiart ;alild einilmerated tilt
lienielits t lit lidl a.ee-rle from r eciproc-
ity I-t veini this elicountry and tilhe
.l:nny lt,,dgilinim.
Tih, ,,i-,i- \\.s ,hligltil'nlly rendered
Iy MI. aiand Mrs. l.'ililer, violin and
piano afnd .Miss \Varin.i. cornet. This
prov'eld moIst ale'l'etalble feature' of tin
.ftcrinooni's prograiin.
An imnvit.itioln %%as exteilnded to tihe
'iileb liy .is Ilos .\. 1:Io0gett to attend
Site 'ltiiil ;11 alt r limoine o1 the' night of
.lami vfiry tirst. Invitations were also
m'e.,'ei,,l ein th, I' llhI-1lllie talry Club eof
the hlligh I ch l mittI tendd a dcl'ate to ief
-rivenl im i lm ,--hmol ImiMling next Mon-
dayv a;ilefherno ; andlll fln Mrs. Ljauremie
Tihiimis.ili toi ilt-inl tlie ('llhristlmal en-
t'l'rl;inilm'lit a! t!ih. kindergarten for
.'liorr.i ,llil'r l, t i l. late' of w hiich is to
*i' Innam i1e1m4 l l.a1 .' .
.\Aftr am bIrlnf t i .il e- s,..-ion, in which
M11.. W'illi.,, \W ho h- r a. il Mrs. 4'. M.
lll'ma! .am1m. .Ir. w're' e'.i.tedl to au-tive.
' Cli" t I'' .hii. a mnil .M, ilihn. I': 1). AMann
il01d Il.h It ,rni iln le'l.al ;is a: associate'
-ii .' 'liii, a mIje a, l er(l, ..


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No. 2 7. 7.: '2. :.
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Th, 'lyI Ste, i fim'llip companmlaly hais u'-
luiileI Il'ie'r No. :1t; Noitth river, a nd le-
gminlnim, Samltnl.y. Ie-c. 216, 11()2, the'
-t.''amme- olf tlih New 'mork-Cliarleston-
.lamk-,oinvillh liii., ;amii ti e, New Yeork-Wil-
teiillntoi-I.irii .tai \\ i 11 line will 'sail from
that lier. wi,'r ail -ouhmilibomiind night
w ill I". mre, iv,,i.
Nortlihlionl-1t Ih, -tCeieimnsof thimabove
imii n hd lill.- will hInm I pim. 'en1 ers ald ear-
m at I'iri No,. 1.'`. Norti river.
In a ldditiion to ti li hir' pier (No4. :;t,
Nolh ri\,i'r) iI ourl terminal facilities
will _-i\' -.. a ;ie 'i'- i\ iin. piimr se'.iparate ailnd
,litinit. fIrom iir ldIeliv.-ry pier. eibling
1-' to rn.'ci\ amnl il.livr freigrlht with ut-
'e ,s t ili-[i;a t' h.l
'l'lhinlin. our pat rmlls for tihe support
lt ham \ i a \ ',iv mi- n-; in t Past and soliit.-
ini, ;a 'n, ilme ine '.mm of c t heir favors.
,,ry I rnly yours.
I '1in iF: STi:eAMs Im' ('Co.


.\i tihr ,i'r' i, n.ear a 1t hialn,l,
.\n l \\,. at, .h,\\ 1 "r,\V ing o ld;
Tiem. \' it h lii- ,\ ti he ind glass of sandc
\V i i. I" thi.. Yea'.rs iln spite of (; lil.
T'!., h lit ain. it ill. ia\,e'eild to ring,
NX\\ y. Iar I mii.i- in. ouilt goe's thief oll.
\il i lih, naImiyv tioei1lil's it maly hiring
\r.,i an-i tel lyI y' lvI m ui 'se4 of iohldI.
'I'll' \' iril i-,hI ohe w.\\t.lhi ti eoIIle ulnsonlld.
l:;, !i ci. o I a, tlie' hthli'r. imadl' from their
sa in moIll' tic Ihl.
tlli iJ;-I wvalt ch thie pl*eople as you travel
I'1. Iti I-
Yo, tmilnic eti.r think thie're liett.ir li.-
ait-, j I, ir s, ,hl.
'I ec' ir I''. a y,'eir ;,lpitc a hmS, ., t 1 us tulrni

\it l \\ l' ii \v'' ac ta.it lh r.',i iim the fold
til i,,- \ill 1..- p.inted iln bold

Ity Mri.n;riff thI. paint,'i iln -tters of (;ild.

T'lii- tll -haIo I,'arl y 111nw1 in from Stet-
,- n I ni,,ri'i-ty c% ith i i,.' ,.- iolrs flying.
;im I .ili I ,'il,.i', .4-i nii.- aid giving their
ci oil.,. y 11 'lie.-dlae '.e'e inlr: Mirs. M ead-
ows. C'iiiiini.,i:l Mi.ss Gnreglr. Foote,
.iriw.ll. L !. ,] Sp' i 'din i ,. Silvernail,
M..-'ss. Io\\ illamel. We're,.. Black and
Kupi'.rl.--h-. Mi.- S.-arle'. of Duluth,
i \ i-it inir Mi- s I-f".te': Miss IAemon, of
Incdianfia. is\ with Mi.s Silvr' nail.

Goodall HappeningVs.
Personal and Pointed.

[Too late for last issue.]
The new hack lines are doing rushing
business bringing parties to the p'er this
flne weather.
Mrs. Bedford Brown, of Wail ington
City will return to the SIaside Inn about
the 30th inst. She hopes to bring her
sister-i-law, who will join her at Ha-
Mrs. Dr. Rieley wass calling on friends
in town on Wednesday. She driven one
of the swiftest and most uptodt, nauto-
mobiles in theSouth.
"E. A. Lartee and wife, of Newimk, N.
.., are registered at theSenside Inn. T"'lwy
found the weather entirely too warni at
P'almn Beach for comfort, and thoroughly
appc.iate our burg iy thel wai.
Mias AmeliaJ'otter ea'gmlitatiih string
of fish on the Keatiig |pier on Il ida..
This is good sport, although M ism I'otter
found her wrist nearly parialy.7A-e with
the unusual exernisc.

The Ed. Kittredge cottage i- Iewing
treated to a general overhauling. G(eo.
P. Johnson does the carpenter work and
Thompson & Harruun the painting.
They are making a beautiful place of it.
Among the enthusiastic ocean pier fish-
ermen we notice Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (i.
Shields and wife, of Knoxville, Tenn.
They are very pleasant people and an-
bound to make many friends while in
the South.
On Wednesday evening was inaugurat-
ed tie first one of a series of progressive
euchre parties to be held at the Harroun
residence. These parties are especially
for the visiting friends and have proven.
for the past two years, an important
factor in getting strangers together and
acquainted for an enjoyable recreation
while away from their own friends in the
Miss W. R. Simpson and maid are at
the Seaside Inn. after an absence of
nearly four years traveling abroad. They
made Paris their headquarters while
awIy, lbut visited extensively in Italy
and England. Miss Simpson finds the
extensive improvements around (ooddall
even greater than she was lead to ex-
pect from the glowing reports which
reac lhe her in the old w orldl.


R. S. Maley gave an orange thief a
very clome call Monday night. Mr. Maley
had been missing his oranges for sonme.
time but had little hope of stopping tlhe
depredations an his ruhiiig 'Christmais
trade demanded all his time' at the store.
Not feeling very well Molnday night
Mr. Maley remained at his residence onel
Cedar street. Almout half past seven
o'clock Mrs. Maley heard a slight dlim-
tmurbanLe in the direction, of their orange'
tree and called Mr. Maley's attention to
it. Hle suspected thiat a raid was being
made and hastened to thle attic for ai
look-oot and after looking and listening
was satisfied his gamile was there'.
lie took him shot gun whihli hiatlpnedI
to le loaded with bird shot and inmoved
very eautioumly on timhe thief who was
industriously at work with a pair of
orange e-lippersa.
Mr. Maley got within a few steplis of
tie thief., but on the eoplssite side of the'
tree, and thinking he had hinm, eonmmand-
ed him to surrender. Instead of doing
so tile visitor made a deliberate break
for liberty and Mr. Maley olenesd tin'.
letting off one barrel after another, but
failed to land his game and is nonw glad
of it, though he nays lie will fire a barn 'l
into til next visitor's legs before de--
inanding a msrrnndetr and dislpnse within
the sprinting feature of the entertain-
Tlie thief had a snc'k and .,2 oranges
whii'h ke left.
Mr. Maley's gun cut a path through
the orange tree about fur feet high andl
at the close range at which he flnre
time thief would have nmet death had thle
discharge taken effect.
The oranges were evidently being
stolen for the market.


IHi. Henry's big city minstrels nunmber-
ing nearly half a hundred all white
,artists direct from theirgrenat mue'e.s all
along the larger cities eof the south, will
arrive at the F. E. C. depot at two
o'clock this afternoon in their sli cial
train of vestiluled cars, and will innnme-
diately begin preparations for tleiri
grand parade which is said to lee thi,.
finest ever given oby any similar organ-
It is conceded to lie one of tile best.
most expensive minstrel organizations
before time' public.
In order that the children and hladi.s
Imay ee this great organization thie
will give a special matinee at thlne pe. Im.
at special prives--childr'n 23 ents.
adults 30 centL. Time prices for tonight's
entertainment will be 3"7o., 7.'-. and
$1.W )1. Seats now on sale at the

Turkeys. Ducks and Geese
and various other nmeats fresh anl nice..
for tihe l'ristmam trade at .1. I,. Ioilin's.
North Beach strict.

Matih ........................... 25 and 50 cents
Evening .....................50c, 7."w and $1.00
Se-ats on sale at the Atwood Pharmacy.

i*t i sa s e i i iI i O t *b ii4 14ui

$ Our Newsy Budget of
$ Doings at Port Orange '

Fred Stewart came down from Sea-
breeze Sunday and called on friends here.
Contractor Gove's men have part of
the frame of the factory up. It is pleas-
ant to hear the sound of the hammer
and saw going all day.
Mr. and Mrs. Stockman arrived last
week from Charlevoix, Mich., and are
.ettk'd in their cottage on the banks of
the Halifax north of Herbert avenue.
The (Gazette-News last week looked
like a northern Sunday paper. It haus
grown immensely since we first made its
aceiuaintance only a year or two ago.
J. W. Johnson arrived Sunday from
lie h Sound and joined his letter half
here for tihe Christmas holidays. Several
of our families spent C'hristmas with
Mr. Lufbury has teams removing the
lmmar.hliinery that he has had otcred all
summer near the freight house. We are
toll that Mr. Lufbury is erecting a saw-
miill as well as a factory on his property
on the Daytona road.

Mr. (iustoff and twodaughters arrived
last week and are at home in Mrs.
Brohnm's house. cornerr of Herbert aven-
tie and Iiver street. Mic, (Gustoff amI
hter sister slent last winter here and the
latter derived o much benefit that, they
have returned. .
Then- will be a New England supwpr
in Ridlgrwood Hall New Year's Eve. It
is being prepared by the ladies of (irmme
Church. iand the proceeds are for the
benefit of that church. A cordial invi.
station is extended to everyone and they
may rent assured that they will spend a
pIl.asan-t evening. The refreshments will
.. in Colhionial style.

SChips I romn Item Boxes.

Thile (az7Atte-News would do a good
thing in calling attention of proper an-
thorities to the nuisance in the form of
low hanging liinm and palmetto palnms
in mailny places. Tall people are obliged
to stoop or walk around them. Tile
streets are lecomning thronged and their
annoyance will be keenly felt.
lour town is all right-most beautiful
place I ever visited, but let me give you
a pointer or two: Agitate the matter of
Meats teo be placed along your river slum.
so that visitors may sit down and rest,
also Hnow wells occasionally where
strangers could get water, would be a
boon. ITHKIA TornmisT.
'. Vuillaume, Jr., went south on Fri-
day's train to Miami to meet his sister,
Mrs. C. M. Johnson, who is on her way
from Havana, Cuba, to visit her parents
in this city.
Dr. and Mrs.W.S. Patterson and daugh-
ter, of Hillsboro, 0.; Mrs. Gerken and
sister Miss Wilson, of Greenfield, 0. and
Mrs. M. B. Powell, of Ringgold. (;a.,
are pleasantly located for the winter at
the Irunshl 'ottage, (jGoodall Beach.

To Our Patrons.
We extend to you our hearty thanks
for y our uuirecedented patronageduring
our holiday season.
Wisling you all a happy new year, we
are. very truly y oumrs,
MA1,IR Bioms.

All property owners within the city
liniits of )aytona are hereby notified to
mow and el..an the parkage abuting
their property at once, as the city only
leanedd streets on which they were hav-
ing work done on their street crossings.
Ity order of City Council Dec. 22, 1902.
.1 W. WII.KI.N40N,, City Clerk.

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zSubwription *1 .54J pr Year in Advi
Reading Notioes Jke per Line Each'

Entered at the Poiqteffice. at Dayl
Florida. an Second Claws Mattel

saturday. 16,-. 27. 1402.

lver m4- a town of the imports
4 f.DeFuniak without a telephc

V..= nuin ei of4? Iheml.

Tilt- St. A.4uizitim, 1Record speak-
tho- 11arsh 1li1131-1.1a toothasome bird.
Iimist lhavei- ii*'Itl tatt ii or

rH ..il witt *I ;4I zi i~ *l herl.* es

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\% rls ii i i t.* I 4-Yan ,.versighit g

1,,11.1- I~l l.III-,1 1 ..l r it is a tsign it

'ii, IIiiw.- .,.i.'tat..growers o0
Si ...Lt-iii. ~d. (a i\--iormiiied it trust
t- miimi~iiiaiii p .'.The' Chinese ares

'l'i-.I-ii t t1. 1 4 .1 hit itiamian hadhai
loilel'l iii "141*I1' iI. ii wie ere Ie

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'Ii.,-*-i I- .~ .'-. ir a'k :1141sensible
dlii'I. 11.1 ~ i rorn the- pen of
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~el:a1 .I-k ii Ill I "':1 s tatthle a n-os
1.-s-i .\t:. 11-l -,lIt rif4111t'.lie's ffida l big
141"t'I :1 1 :1 ., p,-j. .1. will] Stock (Mr.
.jI.ui-.-iiii- ~' l .t 4-4 '-.. i' 5that futherwand

Ii.'i 4.1 44 ii 40-t 11,.1 1]:Oil i'"f ll 111(slauh te1 r of

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Daytona has followed the example
et by St. Augustine, and extended
a cordial invitation to the Virginia
Prmes Association to visit that beau-
tiful town.-St. Augustine Record.
Following the examplee wt by St.
by St. Augustinel" Stop right tih-re,
brother Thomlson! Think of it; Daytona
with her style, her push and vim and get
upandgo; Daytona with whrgreat fleet iof
richly appointed yachits, gliding like
graceful swans by day and dashing
searchlights by night which make- a
comet's tail lby comparison look like a
chalk mark; Daytona with her motor-
cycles and automobiles flitting hitlher and
thither like lulrickatil ele-tri.it y. We'ie
building more hotels. enlarging otur
schools, finishing up lihunrches. pro-
muting electric rofMds, et. It is right
here that the pace is et; it in right here
t'at things nmw n-e sprung and handed
out for the rural settk'meniits. You ought
to come dl)o in nii'l wit Ine- an exhibition
of our sik-d iand get ; taste of our


One of thu.' Inol wt iconspieouils figures in
the -vently conlloetne Cotingress is W.I R.
Henrst, of the LE ev'itth Now Yo rk dis-
trict. In Nt ..\p-;i| uld in his .aii-,'r hai
been an1gr 1. s-ive and ill sole lights brill-
At present lie is owner of thrn'-' p>ow\'r-
ful papers, the New Yoirk \ni.rivan. the
Chicago American and the San Franciso-
Examiner. And is about to laincilh a
fourth paper in Washington Cit'y. no)\v
that he becomes a citizen of the. Nation il
His overwnelhning vot.' for Con(i rr.-
man brings him to lthe hint withl a
bound, and his friends alrvnuly I.-gin to)
associate his name with thot re lni-ald-
as presidential possibilities.
The announcement that hi' will s i
launch a paper in WashiingIoni \\i ul
tend to confirm the wlJiort tliat Ih. i-
"looking a leet Ie out." It is i-a;isiinl
to assume that should .Mr. Iearist iniak.
a brilliant showing in h )ll iien'-gr li' \\ ill
heighten his chliancs ifr I.<'ii-i,.l ti<.i
All eyes on Mr. Iearst.

We noticetihat sonmeir-,igjl:t niilniit';r-
tories offer pro-minnis for so ilanyi i\ ainp-
pers saved up. A. v.3"y :l]r41>|i;t1 '
premium would I t a.-o lfin..

The "ladies" of HIigh Spiin-i.4 tin ti
go to the tippler on.,' dip l.-tte-r. Sl;iav


In the last ismue of the Gatut-l


appeared a circular amnouM Mt
Mr. Schants to his electric light pairoas,
embodying some new rules and raising
the price from 15 cents per thousand
watts to 20 cents per thousand watts.
The announcement has provoked con-
siderable comment and some adverse
criticism; some pronounced the ruling
drastic, while others were moderate and
still others quite mild in their expressed
There are usually two sides to every
question and this is no exception. Hav-
ing heard a numniber of criticisms from
ipatroni- i of Mr. tchantz theGasette-News
r-epiesentative dropped in at the electric
light plant office Tuesday to see whether
AIr. Schliantz cared to offer any explana-
tions for the new rulings. He was in
pleasant iimood and discussed the matter
iquiite freely in all its phases.
Ile said thie new rulings and the in
crease of rate were an absolute necessity
if he is to maintain the plant and make
aI legitimate profit on his investment.
lie made some general statements like
this: Hle lha invested so far $125,000
inl Daytona and pays $1,200 taxes.
Since establishing his electric light plant
here lie lias drawn:$2,000 from other
lines of business to keep itgoing; in other
Words it has run behind $2,000.

Going to the books he showed his
cvilpts for Daytona for the month of Ji
last Hlie received 147; from the oth
side of the river his receipts were $5
Thim was for incandescent lights.
Turning to his expenditure bhe show
that wood cost him four dollars p
4>rild and that during the short sumna
nights lie consumed eight dollars wor
ofjvwood per night.
II' said that barring Jackmonville
i'n\\w of no other t own in Florida whi
lad aei.n giving so cheap a rate as
iund this in thie face of the fact that fhi
liro.. 4t(-.. were higher here than at near
) iny other point.
Il said hlihad duplicated the price
iaii,. lby the .letrie light people at h
Iln.v ytn. ()., lioni, while there they "hai
fully lo< iniaiidesenit lights to his 1
hr.' and tliat the lighted district the
wi- oiilpav't while here it is stretch
,>,'r .lat ireas. In Dayton they hai
"I ai l. Lights niia here he had 30. Con
ilihr'. I- t ;1 .'i lw-r ton and is wort
It wri Ics of wVood forgeneratingpiowe
Ity fiirthi'r coniplarison he said tha
L.aki.'ity. FlIa. with 3,(00 inhabit4int
ii,'.. 2.1100 j.ets at 20 ientis per one thoun

it and watts. T'hiev l'him' an electrician a
the Hornet: "'The latest fad iiiiolilg so ne I t
El .B:ti r pin 140!u and lget wood at $2.75
of the ladies of High Springs. is thte lpul!-
Singout of their ilunder lip and loiduihatilarnd, their expn a
t n u. nearly fifty pr centit. cheaper than ex
t snuff thereon witli a s rpAtan."
t ileiises here. At DeLand they pay 1I
Af -----= cents. but Ihe plant can he run b'heape
. Those interested. pro or ioni. in thi tll Ili ii;,ine i ..-m run here. He further
n matter of granting in franchise fior li stated .that this who think the fiv
electric road over our streets and to I.e- ye,,ir fraii.-hise lie has is such n boaimnza
Land, will find the full text in uirtln .l -ifi thie will give. himiw, ..ha: they ,clailii
. umne this week. We -*oiiinien..l it to i-.s, tlih. he will sell outit his frianclitise
your careful perusal. 'You anrt failed lip- i ti. lhl-w in hi electrici c light plant.
Son to finally dispose of ithe qnilestion at .ililPitioisthis: iaran
o the poo on the 27th daY f o le' iit th. II inoitier propoi, sition is this: Gi e aran
the polls on thel 7tli day .f Ii.-\t I iti lth.
I ie' ihi, t fi\' l'r' cenit. on investment foi
1 -- .-..--l. ..iIi,- lighlit plant, and lie wil give al
Two solid carltads of 'iani- Ilet in:ieil, alv.i' this tol those who miake
this place last week.ine for Cincinniatii 1 si arantee.
and onefor Clevelandl. 'heaiitrri'.-i,.e i
this week was for Janiesville. i i. i. This. if thle rvpolrter heard Mr. Shiantz
Enough for two more i lniails liave- .orro-tly. is his side of the matter. He
been shiijlped in lits to idiffereniit ,laimsI that those who contend that they
point. during the pasll t wai *k.' -,ia l a
and Rock led ae w.hNo'ii li th lie expense of wiring and
and Rockledge NeN'ws.
Five carloads in t"w(io \w-,'eks i- litee n- f th 1 l hiiiav' Iprict-s raised on them. knew
couraging. Tliere is quite :I r,- ivai)l f" th:,t '" e''erved the right to raise the
interest allup and dow'n tihe EI:a.st 'Co)ast. Ilri,', .i li.i,-tly to, make the plant pay
_a f:iir protit. say four or five per cent.
Si i S in :ll lproblability will withdraw
After spending thlinre dvay. -, vithi i-1i
family, Mr. R. W. Storrs left again lh,'ir tIilriage,. stme who would have
Thursday night foir a jiggr- tliiir igh th '- ir-.d for el.-I-tricity will resort to other
west. Just wforie leaving hI- -;illel to means if lighting,. ut the majority will
gether the tmemlier4 of Ihis f;minly. to- ,.,lhtliiotiIlltil.Rtelit servi(o at tile in-
gether with his chliarnniii and ac s- ate
comuplished corpm of printers rii-hted.l tlie
whole "push" arouiid to irfi.i-itel's i.d -
"stood treat '' Now. that's wliat w.e a r.il
doingthe thing aibouit right. If Vylit' I. 'tl I* t-t thl' Nv "itemi boxes.
get to have a boss. for guti-i.l s sake
rush around and find onit who has thle l
"circulating nediumn" ,adl don, iiniinl TIDE TAiBLE.
blowing it. Tihe lachryliise overtllv i Wek i.eginning Tec. 21, 1902.
that we had been saving liup for ithe oe.,,- tin;H TIIDE.
sion was cut otit altogetlier lid lile pii a. m. p. m.
of parting greatly sootlhet d lby thl tilli.me S i:i .-............................. (i:07 6:29
ly application o(f n deliio.il milk sliake-.: ,nd;i ..................... -4(1 7:06
Mr. tor will return il ii l first i .. .......................... 7:23 7:41
January. May the Lord1 I.. with himi wi ,,,hi,,,ehl -i....... .. 8:00 8:18
and take a liking to hi .-I-i ),i'.ni.ik Thursa .......................... S:35 8:.-03
Breeze. ___ r'iiday.............................. 9:08 9:30
Satulrnlany............................ 9:30 10:16
La ach Coluanlia. iOW TIDlE.

The lauinh Columbia i- rlAinini g Sunday.........................12:34
Ponce Park and New tSmyrini .n nlay... Moniy .............................12:30
Wednesday and Fridalys. l .;nivinlg tie lI'u, y............................ 10.'
North Bridge at S:4.) n. m. .nIm toili.-i- W'.tln.lSaty ........................ 1:40
ingat Grand Atlantic. doick ;in.l Sm.inthI Thunrselay......................... 2:12
Bridgedraw. IA-avrs New Siiiymirn on Friday.............................. 2:44
the return trip at 2:<4 pI. m. j Saturday........................... 3:24




know Mr. Copeland and had no occa- ILCaII1 4tllA A 1Uio t l
th slon to know him since the check lad
been certified by a bank that was per- W after Heating. .t
fectly good. This meant that the bank.
he and not Mr. Copeland, was r-espousil|he.
rh "Thank you. Goodby." -
he Some one must have blundered. The Agent for then
money could not possibly ioiie fronti
0l, any friend, for there was no on1e aliniO ,O
-ly those devoted to Trevor who could or i gIl e. North RIud.owood
would risk such an amniount for fri.d ntl
ship. Nevertheless, since lie had hliri r
ei ably notified the bank of the prdola, -e-
is error, he had done all that could le H. x-ur BRA CEY' IJ PHOL4STEIE n it
pected of him and. with plenlty oll" V. f MANUFACTII{ER lIIiPi I;i \iK 'a
1l money to his credit, did not propose to "
0o let a fortune slip through his ingiers. M Os and Fi mattresses.
lie tore up the note lie had wriltt. to
his broker and wrote anti Ihr. iniclosinlg lI-Da' r in Sec 'ond Hand Furniture and Stoves.
I a check for $5.:.0j. le. staid in his Your Old Furniti.. Mud t.n leewAveas
il office till 3 o'clock, expecting t., gt a St. and Belleview Ave. Il ytona
notice from the broker that lithe h:ik k
al had after all refused pliyin 1. iut no i
hi notice came, nor did yin ever ciiint N N -E S
r. Later he was obliged t(6 se.*ill : iianol hthr
check for mrgiins for %.i. wiili 4
t was also paid. Wln the arkt Saw and Planing Mills
IN turned. Trevor plurgd on tili reiiiiin- 3
Ing $10,(iO) to his credit. n;ilil in ili .41 are now prepared to furnish nill kind- ,I
s- he not only regained uwhat i. lihad lost,
it but trelhlel It. Iet then s.lit a;i check
Sfr $20,000 to his,.iank .or .Ma.tin ROUGH AND DRESED PINE
Copeland, asking the v'ashiel to let lhim
'e know what became of it. lie was in- .1
. formed that his-cle.hk hadl h.een s nlt to *
the bank on which the original check
to him had ween drawn aiid had i not
r been returned. It was suppliu-d that
r Mr. Copeland had rteceive.d it.
The evening .after Tr-evor hliad sent
Sthe check td Mr. ('olwiland lie called
a at the house of his tiaince.. Miss
Eleanor Buckley, to take her to the ON VERY SHORT NOTICE.
opera, lie found Mr. Iu. keIy alndl his
daughter stainlingi over nitilchr of
necklaces, bracelets aiind other orna- E ALL COM PET'T ION
Inents from which the gl ins hli.i: hI. W E ALL COM PETITIO .
- extracted and were lii.ssiin. Tliero was .
r a scowl on the f:rti4er's f.-ice. ;l tlhe
Daughter was evidently ti ,.ilhe,. Tre- FOUNTAIN CITY PHARI ACY s
vor was informed that Mr. lilu-kely,
noticing that his daughter was goingNORTH
out without her jewels., had .asked NORTH BEACiHSTRI'T
where they were. The result was the Has a S ~-et Stock of......
production of a good dial o(if goli. but
no jewels. For this she gave no ex- II:i;.S FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MI-ll INI ] I:l .111:N. .
planation. COMBS AND TOILET S(O.\I'. .-
At this juncture a servant entered
and handed Miss Btuekley a package. Perfumery and.Fancy Toi. t Art.ices.
She opened It and di.-played tIle uniss-i
Ing gems. I
"How's this?" exclaimed Mr. Ruck-
ley. "Those are the identienal jewels |
on which I recently lent Sft!.io The
request for a loan ciin.e while. st ks
were tumbling, and. thon -h I don't IR. J M. .IONES, proprietor, can be consulted n f4 -: ,i i ,, .:> b siiSz
lend on jewels, at that time they were hours; office hours Sundays, 9:0) to l.:Io .. n : ;2i i ::i p. inm.
better than any securities offering."
The secret was otut. Miss Iluckley, stores at Lake ('Iy iae .r .-k.ll ii'-
knowing that her lover was in financial t
difficulty, had sent her jewels to her
father through an n neither knew and placed the money
borrowed on them to Trevor's credit.
Mr. Buckley frow:ied. lie land heard Biggest anm Best oe f Candy in Town.
that Trevor was a loser in stocks and i 4
feared that his fortune had disap- Iowest Price. Iruits oifl' ,-: .
peared. l Hotel talile a sp.-cialty. PETER ('ARIEIL.,.' .n S i,>io.' 74
"My consent," he said, "was gained -
on condition of your being warth a..
certain amount."
"Thanks to the loveliest girl In the
world, I am worth three times that Northern Meat markett
amount. Hid the check not been forth- 9 ,
coming I would have been ruined."
This was an argument the capital.- J. L ODUM. Proprietor.
1st cduld understand, nild his frown I
turned Into a smile. Uoing to his
daughter, he kissed her affectionately I The Nl._,'-; ;il i-
and grasped Trevor by the hand. Miilket S'ilti I" .' .1\il''.
Miss Buckley went to the opera with-
out her Jewels, but she was told so \- k.i : lietS9, i of-
often during the evening that she was i |', l-'l,,i, 11 -', "
herself the most precious jewel In the
world that this didn't matter. After
the opera, when they were alone, her 113 Noi'thlli t.
lover gave her a kiss for every jewel Ilt" '. i.
she had hypothecated, repeating thle 1
process as many times as there were --




We arenllnas''m- twoal i f2or25e; better ones for *5 A
40c; fin8eotb for50e. WfalremWey )Iem anda gnta' kid 4
leather gloves.


Our line of neckwear is up-to-date. The
topnot, all the regular styles in profusion.
made for us of silks of our own selection.
and look at them.

latest holiday., milget a
Most of til.e ties wa
No troublile to how;

3rnest Trevor was pac!a;, !- c': and
forth nervously In his oL.',o. Ii !L.. d
bought stocks by depositi:; with a
broker 10 per cent of tht'ir value. and
.a they had declined 10 per rcit he had
been called upon for another (10 pr
ent. If It were not forthcomiit. the
stocks would be sold, and he wou;!1 not
get the benefit of a subsequent rise that
would probably occur. In fact, he
would be ruined.
Trevor was engaged to the daughter
at a wealthy man who had given his
consent to the marriage on Trevor's
representation that he was worth $100.-
000. This was true at the time the rep-
resentation was made, but Trevor, hav-
Ing been caught In the decline of stocks,
was now worth nothing. Nevertheless.
as he had no more funds, he wrote a
note to his broker to that effect and
cemonsenting to the sale of his security.
This he did with a heavy heart since hlie
considered It equivalent to the breaking
tof his engagement.
He was sealing the note when a mes-
senger entered with a cominnlciitlon
from the cashier of the bank where he
kept his funds. He sighed as he tore
off the envelope, knowing that his ac-
count was overdrawn and expecting a
notification to that effect. To his aston-
ishment the note read as follows:
We have to notify you that the sum of
010MO has been placed to your credit In
this bank.
Mr. Trevoer's emotions may be better
Imagined than described. Was it a mis-
take of the bank? Had the wrong per-
oW been notified? lie stepped to the
telephone and called up the cashier.
"Who placed $20,000 to my credit?"
he asked.
"Hold the wire."
In a few minutes came the reply,
"The check was payable to Martin
Oopeland, who made It payable to
"You have made a mistake. I don't
know such a man. Who is he?"
There was another request to hold
the wire, and In five minutes the Infor-
nation came that the hank did not

Our Stock of Trunks

is not the largest but is well selected. '"The ltiiidltir, :o,,il..r Tray"
Dress Suit cases, $1.50 to $$7.50. Hand ll ia. Ititollin oilI.I. i;eilul
Alligator, Chatelaine and Wrist Bags and l'ock.-r Iho. s. '

Mens' Suits-Good fit, small price.

Smith & Son.

Spencer B. Green

Sanitary Plumbing

C ... --J 1%. .A o .-

T I, ... li,. i i. ,ii .*-ditor of a Mis-
M eiai |:,ii- i 1,;.,, s tihe following
,|liery \ I.,,% t, 1 y...a irs old has a lit-
l.' si-i.-ir h. "\, ighi. g pounds, and
li.- .i-i. i'... of l iLti her in five
iiiilinit. \'hl.n h,' .-.its twice as old,
lih im li"nr ill it take, him to get
ti',il iI ht4i< i -i'" --,,ilw' on'1 else's sis-
t'i whiv \ti sh 12.-, 1lunids'."
l-a;d ci- It.*'ior.. marriage neve
Ir.ii'- '"ilt.-I .4' -'.llil Eof a wcond.

'ThEl.- Il:.'~ S. vniir iinulmber of th
l'Pai, lm.. n.I \.''%- i. the swelled
S-dtlni.,, ...<. :.,i,.n :,iit Iby any paper i
lI lii l.i. I ,.'l i i.1 .' v.,r is an exquisite
r-rlroit, ii ,,n in .,Ilor) of the eocoanu
:palin: iniidi a l.- i, magnificent Eas
C'oa.-t liitel-. i. lvi .by a longlisto
t-aistifib uil. in ;11. f F tii '.nt ('oastacees
i''-lo4ii'i.ituhiil.t thi. lN.;Iln Brotherso
th'ir ;rliji.v.rn .14 .

Thil .ii-ri.tistlli. in111iil r of the Times-
I u1i ni A 'iti7.-11 ia :i ,-il.-dil] journalistic
achi.Tli-ven..it Th. front page with its
churn- l ii\\. ii- .it- inningning star, angelh
,of iin.r. i1.- 1' .i.l and garlands It
-ihIwrl.ly .I r i-t i. Trhliv are thirty-two
.ig,-s Ihrimfuil ,t i ,.v, ,, .ind story, of his-
itory lir.riatrii-. aid a;irt. The Times-
1 1 aoii aI ('i iliz. i. e 'a:ily thegreatest
imornmiii pain o ii..-I Im liinl.i.aind one of the
I1.-t il al lb ,. .K inllh.

T h..li,.k.,nW ll!.. |:v.ning Metropolis
i-.il Ia C'ri-. in.i-, ,1iitio1 of forty pages,
til. lir:-t.t i-,u11:l1n li iin ever issued in
I'lonri ;iiil -tii ; \,.'r. ,inot able to meet
Il dt. ,t i ii it ,. it,,nit hiI ,ir advertising col-
4Itsi. Thi- -i ..i volillies for theen-
t.-rplri- andi p(v..i,:il:Iriiy of the Metropo-
li-. 'T'li,,lih -i. k ,, l l,,v y .-outending ar-
ll.4'- '". I,..i0.1 i,. ,lnN l; and8 swept by
l;iir .l:i, L.. i ,ii,. li s gone steadily
Lr. ail,. i;i ,i ih,.I l.i- ri, li, keeiw pace
% \ if h t I i i ,I \ i l i e p.


I lI II I II I I i _


Our line of Shoes for met., women and children arjm ,i of th.. Sr ha1nd.
Star Brand are better. Prices of Men's and Womn-ii's. L .. to ,



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7'6- hotel cOinmamb A =089 & Uffcie WIn @m 1h M ei I
no fSner locatou b&l3o~d in 69vkwqis [tb a0* a m m '
from the oema mW ish wmvimimt to the dopo% pao@sp, j
churdmee and public mehoob. Mon. mmy room
than any other hosl in town. Ba"h'
rliminand isvatoirsn.
j'Hm oi~vTIu'(ip ('oirrt ig Tim ChTY is ox Iw HOW*L Guw)D.
mtfts. $2.90ad"r. spa" bYibin waft-Lftu4 y 3aectriat.ajy
Hmmy scbm~ft. P upuIe.

Ar.%r1U1T 11w Buv"r. Propriletor
IWaytoiia. FloridaI

I N..~* l. )ii.~h nNorthi Ridg'ewwood. Th io houpe is now open for second
~ It tinssill modern improvements that ean contribute
to the comfortp of guests.

M.e!iu Rest the Market Affords.

E D ILLIN G H AM...................................


New House.
Strictly First Class.

Il the depot.

Will be open the year 'round.

Rates, 2.00 and up.

II. DIILLINGIIAM. Proprietors.


5he Grand Atlantic



Exvcelnt LMa t ion ton River Front. Wide Veranda*. Sun Parlor, Itilliardl
Roni. Modern Con' enienie.t Thmughout. Northern Help.
\\'AITC & RAM.XF. Proprietors.
Sumnner .\,llr"ir..P:
The, Atlantic H.lltou. N;turaga-ntt Pier, R. I.

She Palmetto

4'. (0. C11AM ItERLIN, Pol'tmrrow.

Situated on Beach Street Overlooking the Halifax. -

Strictly First Class in all Appointments.


Daytona. Florida.
I.. P. TRIItBLE, Proprietor.
Sitiatel on I'ch Str-et, Ove.rlooking the Halifax River. One-half Bhlock
ifrim Iol'iofflvh. LarI- lPleah.ant Rooms. Electric Light*s.
Toilet Roomen on First and Second Floors
Northern People and Northern
Rates $7.(X) to $15.(0) per week; $2.00 to $3.00 per day
g .' ee em c, -cc^ ,*

Open November Ist.
rent rally t- atiil omn the <,irnier ofI Ridgewood and Magnolia Avenues, each 0
14 feet ild... in tlhe most elevated and most desirable residence portion 0
of thi. town. This hliuon has a southern exposure; is lighted by electricity; 0
has maiMtary pui:iluinir and all nmodern conveniences; well heated and well 0
li'ghtld rootin- ii,ely furnisrhd and containing large closets. The table is *
the, IIst tih mmark-t can afford. For rates address
S ,1%RS. J. B. PARKINSON. Daytona. Florida. :

*..aea.i i ai mia... a a m I BiiSBiUlbilSO1 iSeO

T.. Teris 57 to $S

S .t.unnirit .i-t on. frnomn May 1. 1103. at
1rolina !TEL M n
s 14 5 tmfh Ci arolina Avemnue.








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Centrally L<.t

Ak. Osborne, Prop.

Rates Moderate.


Orange Avenue. DAYTONA. I


Ioaaaiha~aa~aaha..ftai~a..f -ONOa


An approaching event that promises
to mark an epoch in the season's social
ine i. tie reception Tuesday evening,
December thirtieth, by Memsrs. Waite &
Frame of the Grand Atlantic.
The hotel rfgisters show the following
new names:
Palmetto: N. H. Groveton, Geo. E.
Woodward, St. Johnabnry, Vt.; J. 8.
Laporte, Ocklawaha, Fla.
Magnolia: Frank II. Pickett, J. W.
Ryan, New York; J. W. lrammett, Louis--
rille, Ky.
VanDorn: .Mrs. Salrah E. R. Webb and
maid, Plainview, N. J.
Oaks: H. B. Huffman and wife, War-
reM, lud.; Levi Huffman, Warren, Ind.;
Miss L. A. Humphrey. Miss M. E. Hum-
phrey, Oberlin, Ohio; Mrs. Emnima C.
Elbert, Mrs. Hamilton Black, Atlanta.
Schmidt's Villa: Mims R. L. Hunt,

A Gasette-News rprpeentative took
a pep at "The Ridgewood" this week
and found a larger number of guests
in than ever before so early in the sea-
eon. TI e interior is a picture of neat-
nes and comfort, and Landlord Lang-
worthy is hopeful of a full house early
in the eason. The tourist can find all
the comforts and convenieinet at the
Ridgew(vd4; hot and cold water, baths
and toilets on every floor. rooms single
and en suite. The Ridtgewood, from
Ridgewoodl avenue, doemsnt show for
what it in worth: the two big L's and
large basMment space make it one of the
corimndiiMs hiostelrie. of the coast.
From the roof garden a magnificent
panorama is spread out. The Halifax.
the lpeniisula, the three bridges, the
ocean, passing sea vessels and the gov-
ernment light houw. loom up.

Hillsboro, Ohio; Mrs. T. N. DavidsGn, A Gazette-News representative dined
Miss L. Emerick, Frank N. Davidson, .1. at the Grand Atlantic Chlristmas day
M. Jones, New York; Capt. Cameron. and if one may base a prophecy for the
New Rochelle, N. Y Madame S. E. Hull, future fro Christmas spread it
future from tthe Christmas Bpread it
New York. would be safe to say that the Grand
Bennett House: (Geo. F. Brown, wife Atlantic is destined under the manage-
and daughter. Charlevoix, Mio.h., Mrs. mnent of Messrs. Waite & Frame to be to
P. Hall, Mi E. B. Hall, Master Ro. Daytona what the Atlantic House is to
Hall, St. Paul, Minn.; Chas. B. Coon and Narnrgansitt Pier, one of the best con-
wife, Westerly, R. 1.; Geo. A. Champlin, ducted and most popular houses in the
Westerly, R. I.; Mr. and Mrs. '. A. Dudley, Rhode Island district. The bill of fare
LaPlata, Argentine Republic, S. A.; Miss
was comprehensive and "merved to the
Josphine Daniels, St. Loiis. Queen's taste." The dining room is in
John Thompson Monday night. white and pale blue; it was tastefully
dec-orated and presented a most inviting
M .For sale at this office. a first clas appearance. The hotel is now in per-
ticket from Orange City .Junct.ion to fect trlrder and incoming guests will meet
Tampa. worth #5.10. for $2..50, good n weihonme and have every want satis-
till midnight of Jan. "3rd. fied.

l4lt l (lm llll atl lltll l aaa tat 14 illl4 1i1i a1 la tlb*
: H. R. Y. C. Races 0 0 W 0 .
; 'P ^ The Event of the Season.
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It is the unanimous opinion that the t'hristmas iunich races by the Yacht Club
was the prettiest exhibiition ever witniessedi fromit the ( lul, llouse.
A c.alm shlect of \waitr, a it'rfe(t lday. it large entry of ionutst ntt, unbounded
interest,genierotins rivalry anl tnian s| for tihe ch(llt iail l hl ir visiting friends.
Earlv in lh ,,day tli following entries were' ft,'ndl lpostied on the b illetini board:
H vi<.wi' r..AI'NH iAI:0f'i:- iis'I'MAs 1.2.
irt prize..................."'ivr gualhtis gasoline.
-itridl priz.?.................... 'iv gal.'lons gasoline.
Third lrize .......................'l'hIie gall, ms ga ,intlii e.
M errill ........................................... ........................................................... Scratch
R ona l- Velo x.................................................................................. ............ l m in iutes
MclM urray- RauI hier .................. .......... ....................................1 "
V an Ill rn..................................... .......................................................17
Pon -her ................................................................................... .................17
Robbins- ( i s .......................... ..... ........................ 19
C o n ra d ............................................................... ...................... .. .... ..... ......19
Ludw ig- Sa y W h n ................................... .............................................. 20 "
W lIite --( lel iw oi .................................... ........ ......................................... 23...
G o ,v e- 'Sultana ....................................... ... .. ................ ........................2...
C'our' south from nClub ll Hon1 long gcouiri: .start 3::0o o'clock I. 1., sharp.
Before thl nappolinted lihur for th le rie-. ai gn'.at thlrong of people had wrathered
in the vicinity of the club lhoums. all alisoi,1lii in line i iirroailiiiig contest.
While the pr0limintaries wer, being "arrangiild 'y Commodniore <;. W. Illymyer, G.
H. Clark and others, thle I ayton)ia (I orniet llHd iaplw.are.d at tlie approacli to the
club house and riendliredl a fe.w thrillingairs. muucli to) t ,li4 |l'asure of tle ats-
enibled throng.
At 3t:00 the first glin \\was liredl tallinii thlie .o lts in fronim their mlntnleuivers and
the races were on.(
liere follows thle figures as recordilil in the offlicial iournil:

lhIl'dt. Start. Finish. TTirni,.
Merrill..................... ralh.........t:i :7,*< ........ : :I ........ 1 :1:140
Ronald ..................141 miinuti-es...3:1-2:3M ........ 1:1 :(Id) ........ 1 :;:10
McMurray ..............1i ...:3 :s:2!1 ........ 1:17:.7 ........I :!l::17
Van Ilorni...............1 ...{ :,:o ........ 1:1 7:.57 .........1: 11:.7

Ponher ....................17
Robbins .................. l




Overlooking the Halifax River,
Daytona, Florida.


e First Class. Large Mry Rooms.


t1. W. DUNKIJEr.. Proprietor.

Summer hotel:
The Ocean View HFoue, P'igeon (ove. .Mass.


Delightfully situated on Ridgewi l Avvi tme; central location; beautiful
broad veranda; hot air in nill as ping al.urtmentiu; roopipe large
and airy; table .s gooi\ asi thie -imot pirtentious hotels.

SlwXivial pinKtaiilsIrkoit t rmai tutI.' v.nsts ci mntiftirtnhll..


MRS. P IEORGE EI. PSIL A IL. Proprietor. E


P ONCE PARBK l uin-n

A few of the attractions: 'nsurlpnssitl lHiiting and Fishing. Hloating.
Blicycling. At Mo-Slo ito Inl.t. wherer Sea Shells around.

Table the very list, antd lhonie-like.

G. A.PA YIT.*\ndJr
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U & hi & Ibhi& & K & & 5&~& ~E53i3 *E El IA I I IlIUI I I am I... I EM

^* Ridgewood

Situated on the II highest Point in the City

First Class ill all its Appointllents.

I r prict.' r

no assea rs eaaa 4


lt h ici I St ,I t .

Frontingm the lHalifax River.
Only One Mile from the Ocean.




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(;(Of) ljIo.Ms .ANDTc) i; Ui'1:41 %It'lAT IEAs4I)NABILE hRATES.

JONES & McDI(A)AI 1). P roprietors.

Opposite Kea.iting Ne.w I aCino and Pier,
()1i .e lr(.,eez.. (I)lm ton Fl: ,rida.



This handsome,, new modriii lhoitl .-itimfd ,mni thie lines Surf Bathing
Iteachi in Florida is niw tIlin for iIt. \Winter Se,.son of l!M)2-'3. Large,
airy rooms. Dinnig roomn vrlohkitgi- la, n. .t;.in. FVine 'unisine aind service.
Terms l1od irate.

II. F. STEWART, Proprietor.

Cor. Time.
........1 :4:40
........ :.(;:10
........ :54:37
........ :.,4:37
........ :54:56

...31 : 5 :5 ........ l: 'l s: ........ :11:.i,
...3 :11:7,7 ......... I r'<,it, .

Conrad ................... ...:: 4: 4 ........ 1 :1is: i ........1:1 I : ........ : o. :00
Ludwig.............2...-) ...:t: 3: 1 ........ dlriilel.
W hite..................2... :1 ......3: :3 ....... I. : A ........ :l S: ........ :.5.3 :10
torve..................2:... ...3: 10:30 ........1: 1 S: o ........1:18:1 0 ........ :33- :10
As will Ite seen .MeMurriay calituriil 1st: I',irchier 2indl andl Van lotrn :4lrdl prize.
E;. W. lHh.vvri,
W .I.I.s lo; e.:s,
.1 udgee.

: Edw. G. Harris :



Peck Block

'Phone 91


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Vaudet Ille.

TK0 f \Loole-Hcnry. I am choost like V'ash-
lngton! Yesterday I tried, but could
not tell my brudder a lie.
Henluey- Vy not couldn't you?
Looie-He couldn't pcileve mel--
For Col0ds-La ripped I Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Protect yourself, and don't trust to The Best Prescription or Malarsia
Providence. Considering the hann Chill andl Fver is :t I-.otI,. of iulitm:'s
done, "neglect" before and after taking TASTKLE.: 'Cill.I. Tl-'. It i> .-siiijlY
lIrona nd (tIE ieilh in ;i sal''lo.-h foilirt.
a cold is a physical crime. Youmay No ('ire. Noa, I'y. I'ri, ..,ir,,t'..
prevent a cold, or, if too late, you can
insure yourself against the "after Jo'nf- s.. omorter.
ects," for there is the greatest danger. "It's a dog's life l', m lsiding." ex-
by using Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic. Few claimed the bachelor in a oumLeunt of
die from Colds, or La Grippe, or Ca- depression.
tarrh. They die of the after effects. "Well, that's better tlh:tu lo.sding a
These diseases all weaken, and to a cat and dog life." said tin,' lie.-.liict in
weakened body come flocking a host of a burst of coafilen. 'i ce.
diseases that fasten on weak lungs, And a ipass-iing Exp,:, !,.re laughed.
heart, stomach, kidneys, and other -8omerville .lourin:l.
weak parts that we seldom think of.
The easiest and best thing to do is to "lHarrv Dut.k \.i. -.1 ::' I .r-
fortify the system so that you will not 'lloke to 1t. li 't;, -: a ,,i I-
catch cold, but if too late to do that, ing at hi- la.iii.. iin ,I,. .t tI,o hi-,
thelin you must see that no lasting in- wife ,indl hild. Ih. I, i .lihi
jury is done. Medical authorities all Ioolhl 4 fc.w 1.1 o v-a ,o ;ii,. ,t i ,1 i .:, ii tl,
agnr-thatiron isthefightingelementof litentioni to it. ,li.-i.'-, .i.'i,. h,.
the blood enabling the systemnotonly wastsiJ.Zed u'o- ili .n t;l o ,.t o ,; i, ;i
to ward off disease, but to fight itafter 'oiltillniSe ftor-o..li iini,. I'-1 ito, lit1
It has obtained a o00ot fo's- i i l t i c ii I, i..i.-!h I i!.l .i1a1iv -
hold. another o lmghlinuimw -i\11\ i.l', ci ;Ila !
R l Ilu kwo'll lhi.- l flih -li.'. :iioi.-- .l
SP. HAiR' .Lo isAoI,,lon- >,,,,. t r .I I. ,t.

IRON TliONIC u' s iave' v hi l. 2'. 2 ic .o Iil, .'1 llia ilt
is just the remedy needed, as it up i)r. .. M. .Iones.
plies the blood directly with theiron it
requires to combat Colds or La Grippe.
Take it before, during, or after. It tItIgant-You are Mr. Noitt, the
Trhandwriting expert. I believe?'
taken in time, it will prevent; if taken Other Ma1n-Y 5.. sir.
during, it will shorten the course; if Litigant- I would like to have you
taken after, it will preventall bad after as a witness in the .is oIf-
effects. 0 Other Man- hBeg lsarilon. I know
Women are especially benefited by1 what caw- it is. I aiI rreained on the
Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic, as they seem to their slde.- t'licaigo Tnlhut iw.
suffer from the weakness of olds and -
IA Grippe longer than nme, and tbe
are particularly onseaptil leto the li
of a blood builder guch as this io. /
Coughs aed CMldst Cin Urea.
I lu.t-ilinIl ipro,.srilo',('hainmlrlain'cCough
I:,i *It iohaI'- almost all ololstinate, COIl-
-':-,.1 .,, h.. with dirt result. I
I i-- i ii.- i to c rhilr.-n iof all ages. Ain
I.I to r, 4.i' ii tentd it to ll in noleed and
-... ing i oli-.f from ,ololt and roughoi and
ilihiill efitliot.atns. It il non-narrotil.
.11, if ie i ll ihIiands of the most tie-
oIri... inil. .% uiivelsal pannaea for
oil laiinkilia.-hlrs. Mary It. Melendy.
1. II 'h. .. lChica'go. Ill. This remedy
I 4 'al. ho all "drmggists.n
The Sam Total.
.h-'t land enough to till
Anid f,. d started mouths to n Recomm ends
AIl f.Liih to tind God's will.
F'or mnr.- than these hath none-
oSo ,t toil from sun to Bun.
-.., .i r,.st when toil is don. W
AWition is but vajn, '
P, a.sur, hiandmnaid of pain; The above portrait is that of
F., -,oilw in her traiounte Mogelstud, of Chica-
A llumllh, life; then creep
The sh.ilows over sleep go, Ill., whose gratitude for the
And silence dim and deep. benefit received from the use of
-Chicago Trlmne. Dr. Miles' Nervine prompted
her to make this statement:
S .tor the Cougl and Works o thoe C "It affords me great pleasure to add
1 \a;In,, I roino (Qaiiine Tablets cure a my testimony to the very excellent
,i oio ,In i.'I. No Cure. No Pay. 25c. merits of Dr.'Miles'Nervine. Although
I am past So years of age I find it
soothes the tired brain, quiets the irri-
Not an idtlrer. tated nerves and insures restful tiee.
She wa a m fa~ir- *~~ -I never feel contented without a bottle
he was a maiden far to sa of it in the house." Gratefully yours,
As on the chair she sat. CHRISTIANA MARIA,
But that cut no ice with me 4. Countes Msogehlsd.
She was sitting on my hat. Dr.

Vou Know What You Are TIckt Mile' Nervine
1\V .'iN1u I tIk., ;rove's Tastel'tes Chill is a nerve tonic and strength-
Tl'..ni.' l,'';uis.' the formula is plainly builder that starts right in re-
pirian,.,1 sl nvo.y Ibottle showing that it storing health immediately.
is- -io|ll iron acnd i quinine in taMteleka 8old by all Druggista.
form. NoCua, No Pay. 5.D, r.'MIl* aldi clEllww ln"
jr. S^'""SS^3


My Specialty is to Please;
I can do it.

W.* A. Der,


243 N. Beach St

Real Estate For Sale.
Twenty ann-o's of firnt clais hamnoclwk
I.11 t1; tifti'.n t'4,t1's now in fine condition
fo r gairleniing or farming. Ahdd N'
I'litor oaf tlis aipaiper.

Fo'e Sale-60 Aces* on Tomoka.
Twe'lit yv icrs under tlohg-proof wire
fenoiic: faiirb liiilings; 40 acnre oak and
pine land. Will lie sold -liaej. Apply
to) X. ;rll'e of daiazette-Newos.

Faitt and Love.
The darkened chamber held the maiden
Her name was Faith. Of long neglect
shle died.
And now nm-n rose and shook them-
selves and cried.
"Oh. Faith, come back; come back ere
hope be ti d!"
But she lay silent on her solemn bed,
And men grew piteous at their prayer
They said: "No mome is man to man al-
We fall asunder. and the world." they
And while they talked,, behold a gracleus
"We live and die together, she azn L"
So then he kissed her, and her fleh grew
3he woke and faced them with a ruddy
UI Live be Jiviam Faith ca never M1
--iwaid rearelt ln-.



Ftire wa discovered at
about seven o'clockIn the two t
frame building occupied by Wiley
Dow on Seabreese Ave. leading fro
the central bridge to the ocean.
is supposed to have resulted from
defective flue.
Messrs. Wiley & Dow had Ju
opened a restaurant on the low
floors the day before.
They opened with about 00 wor
of material and what was not cc
sumed by the fire was rescued in
damaged condition.
The upper story was occupied as
residence by J. W. Williamson a
family who lost everything. Neith
the Williamsons nor Wiley & Di
held any insurance.
An adjoining house, occupied
T. A. Chastain and family, who h
just returned from a five weei
cruise down the coast, took fire a
was totally consumed. The contem
of this house were saved but damage
The house was owned by Bruce W
Fadden, of Havana, Ill.
W. H. Fortson, the grocer, occ
pied the McCullough cottage adjol
ing and as it was badly scorched a
in immanent danger his househo
effects were carried out and sustal
ed considerable damage.
A strong wind was blowing fro
the north and at one time it threat
ened the buildings on toward t
ocean. This would have include
Keating's Casino and then a larI
number to the south would have go
up in smoke. It was by heroic effo
that the fire was arrested with ti
loss of only two buildings.


E. W. Greene's self registeriz
thermometer read 27 this morning
The Gazette-News man saw Messi
rlix and G. F. Smith, who though)
the oranges uninjured. George I
Ludwig felt confident the trees
his place were all right, and J. I
I-itzG erald took a look at the orang
at his and Mr. Beardsley's places am
expressed the opinion that no dan
age was done.
lBeans. tomatoes and other tends
vegetables are damaged but lettuc
radishes, 'tc., are uninjured.
The cold, dry weather we hay
loe'it having prepared things for th
l)prs.tiit pinch.

To Care a Cold n em Day.
l'ak L.;axativt' Ilhono tbiiinie Tablt'e
.Mll i -iuggits r'fiulni tle ino.n'y if it fail
:o a- ',. '". \V. lir-v.'s oi nature o
11rh 1P\; 2.w.

1.. I' Fox, froma St. Joeolph, Berrie
I 'oiit, Mi ilig;in. is len' with a palt
If vsi r'lih-'ii. to sl|N'II| the winter-an
i|r'li:ha s to) piircii. ae some reil eltiat
Tl'--h i -r is i iall fruit growers an
air- ian the oentttr of the fruit Il't up ll
MiiicI ;ili. Tlie iilnteirn are cold an
Iii- up tll h -le. aind tilh v aenre lady fee
iig I lih, *.oinii'titoln onli the South i
ihli fruit lci-iin-ss. therefore. they am
lI,.,king arosieltol to find i g ald location
ailI Mr. Fox sayis tlhait we are we
il tf I I. lplrltites are:
\V. ". Iliwiardl. .Irs. W. F. and .Mis
loas. Howa.'irdl. (liarles A., Mrs. I'. A. an
Ms- lat ti, I'rown. Henry aind Mr. ina
Mrs. Hi.iriy Itnitfrow, .r. uunl .Mr.!. A
t hur li'l.lis. t. Inh rk, il. Schuiniihl i1n
1,. Trover: ;iu!,. Mlr. I|-\i liuffnii aili nia
\\ ifc'. iiianl M r. II. I It. lluffli .:s sli I w if
firoii \\'arii'oi. I ml.

Iavorite Family ReseJy.
I 'l'l tl ltlv. ;l -< 'ilellts l No-'iir ill t hil
lo eila ,lloil.I. \\ hlii. i ltliiS huirits, .'ltt
-aSi;iiii.'. s iil Iiemist.s, for lise in mSth tli .sE
It:lhils ,li'- Snoo\ I.ihini ti haSi for manh
\- ;ii- Ioeii ih.. -onasthilat favorite' fintil
r0in'i.l.\ o .'2.. .lo'.. iilti$l.iMI at J.M..Iow.

Hotel for Rent.
.\ wvell iilt, well arranged hotel. d'
li-:.hlt filly loh sited oli ti .east bank of the
Ilnlifil. opposite Dlytonla. A sihor
,lis.liiu'c, from the ocean, (iteod fishing
nd hol I tiiit g. I'crmlaneait for tlhe rigli
iciin. (';ill oil or adldreLM
Mats. AnBtia E GI..sss,
(ioodallh. Fla.


SWith the Pastorsandr
h the Churches. 0 0
o& teeo11oo 4191111
m BRev. J. W. Kramer, of Brewton, aBd faiBI
It Ala., will preach at the Methodist petitlo to
a Episcopal church, Seabreese, tomorrow cidaite aMaS o
afternoon at 8:80 o'clock. e for a i ra atidso
Rt Rev. J. W. Kramer, pastor of the Daytona, the terms of
er First Baptist church, Brewton, Ala. and Ia folk)ws:
M. P. Kramer, of Columbia, 8. C.. have AN OUDINACI(Z .
th been in the city several days visiting To Grand t F. R. Bnd ad b ANS&.
Mn' tir mother and their Msiter, Mrs. Fletch- ales, Asvasi or R pr ieMfie ae Af
a er Wilson and Mrs. Dl)reyer, at Steabreeze. t Condruld, Maiin*an and erk n
EhIcric Raidway arenu and alo M r
a Rev. J. B. Hawk, K. T., will preach strei and Anaws of Ike of At g-
nd a sermon to the free manons at First sa, Florid.n:
ier M. E. church, tomorrow at 11 o'clock Be t ordained by theity Counil of the
ow a. m. All master masons especially re- city of Daytona, Ilorida:
-Iqectlon 1. That for and In consideration
quested to be present. Halifax lodge of the premises the beneftsto be derived by
by will assemble at Masonic Hall and march the l of theobity oadyt conditions
ad in a body, uniformed, to the church, hreinafter named on the parto the
tees herein, Frank R. Bond his nssociaoes
ks Visiting brethren will please meet at assigns or legal rresentatve, are hereby i
Ld the hall; the general public is also in- granted a francheie for the construction i
d e al eene pu m in maintaining and operating of an Eleetric
ats vited to the services. iaillwaty, for the tranerof ra -en bg, -
Sgage and freight, by the system inown as
ed. the "trolley system" for the term of thirty
dc -.1 )) years, subject to the terms and condl-
c- Ations expreamed In the following sections of
c- A uTER DINNER HOUR. ,,. -",. ,*e *--,and
A LATER DNRl~ NOUR this ordinance. In the construetkioland op-
eration of this. tqectric Rallway, the m I
U- Frank K. Bond,bils ambelates, iMir nd
To the Editor of the Gasette-News: legal repreentatle hall also coform to
In" and be govened basuch rules811 re1 a1-1
in- Dear sir, may I, through your paper and s he been tooreh or s.ill me-
call the attention of the citienas of Day- after be adopted orecrtbed by ordinance.
|d Sald Frank K.ond. Uhis"fi 7gi
tona to the resolution which is append or legal representaviet .are hereby granted i
In- ed to this letter? I feel sure that all who truheghttoasd resteampowersmolltye o=n-
value the serviees of the Lordl's Day will Hlltway, and In cae of accidents to md
m electriepower, but in cas of accidents said
gladly comply with our request. .electric power shall be Immediately re-
ht "We, the undersigned ministers of Day- e 'a That the maid railway shall run r
he tona rpectfully request the hotel and from lfeland, and the right ofwaylshereby i
ed grantedd over any street In the city limits
boarding house proprietor" to arranlig west of the present right of way of the Flor- c
ge their dinner hour on Sundlays at such Ida E nast 'nast railway,and over Volusla
ne houzr n avenue from said right of way of mid Flor-
ne hour that their gnlets may have full time ida Kast (oast railway, eas to First street t
rt 0 over sIld First street to Orange avenue, and
e to attend the pullite lervi-es of thelchurch- over Orange avenue from First street to the
he city. Halifax river and also over theentire water s
Sin front of Beach street; but no rights shall be
C. W. Ai.NOI.I), ceded to run over any other street running a
Rector of vSt. Marv's eci,,re. north and south east of the maid right ol
sector of St. Mar.v' church. way of the F. K. C. Ry., except as heretofore a
(. M. IINio.HAM. spe-ci.ied, anit the said railway with all the
Pastor ,n 'gat neestnry turnouts and switches shall beI
Pattor (Congrgitionalchrh. h construct.-d and operated with as little In-
J. F. Oov It,'. jury as possible to amid atreetsand avenues P
Sll anto abutting property; and to that end i
Ig.It .-tA r of St. Pnul' o.hlhurohl,. tI.he cty council res iles the right todesig-
g natot whenever saild railway Is about to he
r. J. It. IIAWK, laid or extended, what portion ofany street
,t Pastor %. E. ehur tirl. or avenue shall be so used or occupied,
ht tr ich portion shall In no ease be more
H. J. P. (;IRAHAM, tan the width of the railway track.and two
f,.lt on either side thereof, except that in d- -
on l'istorlluptist hiinr]l.' dillon thereto provision shall be made for
Yours trily t hh necessary turnouts and switches at such
B. lr ily, pints anid places.as may be designated by
('. W. AIliii. thecity council. The location of the wires
slid aid poles within the' city and the maintain-
ind g of thie hsltaie shall tie under the s.uprvl-
s.lon tof te city council of the city of Day-
L- He Found a Cure tomus. iali shall be done In accordance with
l. ho T. 318i S 2ill 1 t. l a ,it ilns lt'lruc'tlieons. That said railway shall
I. II. ostr. :l 2 i. -t -t. Salt ,'. f,,r sul.st tliallytothe present natural
er litke. Iit '. wirjtI.s: '1 lh t. l4.1,i I ,lhl,.I.'l 'ar idt of nill ungradedd streets and avenues, S
e, wi .v -sio Iilig o n fii.m' -of graded streets and avenues toi
SWilth Ol.dv?|lHl,|si;i l l iliolii,'sli n iotr lo ti h ,I.- taiidlisl-d grnutee thereof, and whenever
yal2 a.. il1 ha1 til l li1 1Sw -ald citv council hall legally establish the d
~21 \ r< i.nt ,, l l'ip.IIIoin.v ,.-ol'u whll:- lo ieiyv ,tr'et oravenueand caused said
ve oulr ilio'f. bitt I Iha'.. fo,imiii ;i ilr in tr,-..t or aviue to be graded and paved ad- ti
,' jlit. ,ji'.ont tot sald line of railway, the grade of
he IIl i n I r 01t.niilI it to :ll i,\ s i" pow er will alme l s made or changed
friends. 1.c 4 .i !i..t .1 ,lh.t ll tl tit si d legal grade, ad shall we
rllioIl.,I- I Il. tle'i fnll width of the right of way
it is einrjig I hl-.I,, lt so. .* il at Isr. .1 %. il it iIt- stmemin material as is usedby thecity
SiladjaciirIlt thereto. All at the expense of said
Jo'. Frniink I:. ond, his ass.oclates assigns or le-
t'i I reprs-l tant ilvs. That on all pavedstreets
Is *r IIvIiii's IIh, #top of the rail shall bwon a
ls #.- I wiltIs tihepavemlent.and on all unpaved
In II Watn as Poser. r. it.I aild vei'nue's the rail may extend to
"LoTk yere." s ;liil a1i 1oh1 itltiontinieer li'ht-Ight of nIit nmoire than four Inches above
Sr. old ount r rf. xce t that all road crossings
whom I kiew to tle :a Iliioolsllii'ii'. "the 1,no, ,xl t0i1 1on, or that itay he made hereafter
court Ihasi dilin slit aily so)n T11 i to the -hlail I kept for the-lr entire width In g d
u 1Inl.Olt ri.llrllid ,'*inditionl at the expense of the
l Alblniy lit'eltia'ry fur three y';ar." -ri. ,- h.ri.ln. so. Iht pedestrians, car-
ty "Yes?'." I replied l i,-. and otl.r vllcles can cross smld rail-
% ii l n ruirk 'will ordlniary care. That the city
1d "Wlihat sort orf a place is that?" r. "It's in lio tiite inttliry."" rali:; ;:r |a,\ ia: c tlonidtoneat theexpenmeof
-h..l l'sl-, k K. I:,,id, his asoclates, asidgi,
il "And what's tlllat Iik,'?" -loeLil r orn.'aa ainll and alas todol such
in "Wiy, It'si :state prison." rnaiiilia torlisi:!'.i ientes offallureiafterdue
"nl hon a t o' -w m ,e'o lit-,- 13 n'c lvo'll a(il the part of 'rank
d "Slitso. Klo'a! The olod ,woonn rock- h.I:olmid l. lail- i.ohl.,.lit.aisslgnorl.'gallrpro.-
*oned it was solIe sort of Icoile 'gll-'e, ndll'l siitit 1i,-s.to4lt.tindchargethesanieato the'
-lihl riiht,.alid nil.soreservesgener Iphl'ce
now the d(ur;ed thing turns out to le |fW, 111.1 ,i.|Urvls ii over vealli por tion ol
h only a lbig Jail' I don't ste how we ur' c ilch tir.'..s hor avenues ofsaidcity as may we
ii-'*i*l for I4tIwI mrillw y purposes.
re going' to make out that Toin ought to I- w.... :. *Thriel sail lPrmlk .. Bond, hisamo- r
n. the proudest young man frolu this yeru Ii., ,..gns.. or legall representatives are
State do y lor,.iyv lro-ilhiltl from cleaving cars stand-
Sstate, do you?" i 'ro illy of ill- streets or avenues of
-1 old cl y. ilyi'h ai r -or rlimiy' be used as public
A Good Cough Medcidne. ..t'. TlTha tlhe ears of said Frank K.
[FIrooam lth1 h. ua't lo. ToMi. .iV,0 il..i. \sti-ll;i.| lilrnl h isaa socl als, asslgins or legal repre-
I ,ii I ii ] Ho.taiiolv ,,ti ycit. lanll hatve'the right of way in atad
1 I iir tl ( iiila rltiii', n( onili I..t i,,y i- ,, ',r th.ir rillway track switches alind
alll I'M,- lhllt iilt'lielio'. I hlivt io Itn suif- iianroisii ,to I, th exclusion o all teams, car-
ol feyilil fi0in t i si .o .r"4' 0..4 i lh for ill Ih, lis I'lino" o or v.lill.l'-s wliaatso ver, after due nlnd
a ., .. tw st t li o .i lo ii 'r s.-Iinl givoil except that the fire ap-
r- two moInl( s, ;lnli h lit i s ,,l'f... ". 1 i-.11,, ','r ," iul (-,', of lire, niad funerals shall
I I haive gtlro'it p|h;ltsi-lr' ian ri.iciiiiotloc li.i n lias pr,.foronict anld any person who shall
it.-VW. I' W awki.er. 'l'hi s i tl oih i ,l tiiil o lriic.l thet'ald railway tracks.orany part
d 4 sf l,-r 1 oi 1 io ,r wIo, s.iall rotard the' rea.sonabl'
of I0 osf ooiiali ,1 '4 :iiil I,i,ulo i,'|.', I ,'t, i,,,,-oir,e--. ,f calid rsor trains after'due slg-
,. citizens, niliol li.t~s hI'in \ sliiitail il\ i\.an inill givo'l 11 alfoiresaid shall be subject to
i llgtoodl fa.itli lht hl h t i't loo- I tIr" l -iib ln lc a.'i ainld p.-nulit s nst may tw provld.ed
Siio Ihii t. a i iv orditn-nce oaf said city.
reiiihy anin, > I Ih, li, h...I. .i- :.\:iM o'r ,..-. i. uld Frnnk K. BoI d, his asso-
Vuoklltr. 'This rii 'iiano lIv i- -il, Io v ;i.l ,.isi n .-. i--haln or legal represenlallves anil
ior;lco'isis" i h'.ir i1i,'1t- slillll lw rider the salae palilco
l' "Il11ii hl oi't nIId liable, to fine and lmnprison-
I I0ll s1- oilior TeIot s,, for violating the
0, Hull ug I'a Ioa orolliliiai*bo'o' ltIhe (ll.%y of lDaytona. "
_.c KUI. i .Th' citey ,,iarshal and all police
-- olli't''r iiid llro'lall oan duty, of the t oall f
W ^ '' ':'/'* *'7,.""/' "l I, I'*ci l asclil haliv. tho right to ride free tof I
? 1>ltl ,W *"- h*-toargo iiaa I haoi.'trs of said electric railway.
It s' s,,'c. 7. Thnlt he city of lla tona herebyiI
i/'iif r. it\ i'ot,,lilnptls amid Franik E. Bond, his asmKoclates,
*. ''/- "i -al;i-i or lo'gacl representatives froi all Vs
i~d nu', iil< Sf Lert oo o' > xcluslvely in maintaining and -
,lw *mrattilnig saitld railway known as the
3---=- trollslr' '.v%'tt.ini" for tIhe period of to'n (10)
y, r.r. Tlit I la' city" of lraytona here vn
" iru'lIlnt looinly suclh rights and privileges as is
tIBW -'."is' h|I v ly Mid city by virtue of law.
t J ;iiiinl Ir.'ilif l city liall Ib' sued or suffer Io.ss
00 '.att..s' oif ta construction, maillntailinance
' o ,l|r ilo.Mrsliiloin oaf uidl railwav ly grlinte's
-tr hrIn, ilh. l siid Frank E. Bond, his assllo-

t~let 11114.' iI of

Wire Grass Goods,

ugs and Art Squares

li'\\ linl, e S\ ... 'oi jift

. H. Niver & Son

tention, Tourists,

I o ill lio t' io- i 1, 1 ri 1'-
l l isllp. -1 ; tsl-- a l. I'
iand tlit' le-st ,i1i:iij\ it

Al o ill.

City Hotel

different a,| .1 -' a ir-t a

Ge Pgt H. Matthews.

sah tlu iayMed mthod. oth
inlsse aty as a motive power,
have become gerfBy ael`
and adopted by otier eitir i a
and more improved metWod thi
being used by the saids street
company under this ordinance. m
Sec. 12. Theisaid Franki E. Bl
ammociatee, amsigni or legal
tives shall not sell or lease the
right and privigelks granted
ordinance to any person or
corporation without the writteoi
of the city council of the ritv oi ll
Ber. 13. Upo. l ln (aihire oif mid
.k. Bond, lis sie awoi;ttes. nwiul'
legal reprementativtem to)ncomnplyI
requirentents (o)r any .re41ireil
tbis ordinatuie, duie i ntie ha' vifri
given, the franchise convl'yedl by
finance shall Ieo-uiie, itiall lnd voadl4
all rights and privileges .shiill eenel
be returned lo the 'itv of iDI>ytoim. ,
Sec. 14. That this il'oliithlie sha
eone of fill ill hi l enffi.-t upon n l
nationn for four co'ltleatiiv \eekM ils
newspaper in ail eiItv oa Diayivton ail
rweiving two thhirlI (I ) osf ill legal v
at an eletioln forr frnimlhis togetherr w4
ts approval by the oity council of tj
city of Daytona.
Now theanfoe l hy- order of the
Lomnioin connceil itn 1elelt ion 11i 'Will he
it the City fll; on Tiiisl.liv lhe twe
event day of Januariy.I D., )I
vhereain A. Mlie. 1 I'art-.r, K. W. Is
ind U. II. Ludwig shallncit as insppocait
and Edw. Fit zg7'rnil m I clerk,
wherenat the niiit,'r 4'of s4ilamiaisn k
be the ratificatitiili (o r'j'itioan by
le'tosrnte 4of siclh irl'iiat of ot'h ottle
way franchise.
Ione under nly haitll this 22nd
Decemnier. A. I). I10H2.


DR. IIl.l.I1.N. H.rA !.!,:' I.
till. Kirks% ille.. 1Mi-- .-a i. .- .', 1 ; W
n C. lIar el S iii'.in,-. :.ti;'-. lli
oors north oaf ithe !Ow .stoi, .. i onmnli
ion fn'e. l.si .l t ;at tenhliiil. ..

IIOM11.:OPAT.ill! IilISl IAN.

I (l. lioni. i.- ; : .- i l S i- lty.


f u --i nIt iKUs or legal re sentatlves shill
re'folid to s.iiold city all sueh suns as mnay Is.
r,oPve'rod against said elcy together with all
Iv.o.lIt- nd11 'xpnases attending any such suit
lIwjh,'l Ii'' r j il goni ^<"''o. Th s. Tlati t railway shall have tlh. i
rilit lo trimiil anciy shndle, treens and to erect
Sili iiiaiilOnitiin poles anid wires necessary for
LI. i rso'rlilhcalln oaf sld railway alongr' th
S 'tretts itll t'lltil'l. traversed under thi
l .j-rv -loin of the city council.
Doctor- Your teiiiperaltturc is ilp to sec. o. That sald railway shall e conm-
107. listed iiid Il operation on or before Jan-
Slry 1 'st, 1%44 and shall continue in dally 0
Auctionter drowsilyy II dnlilld nI <,|.ritloill over said streets and avenuesiand
seven. Hundred ail' sev '! going go- i iolln~ l'c t Ion with the city of DeLand dur-
sevn. a'Ili t la, o.' u g ili-contl.nuantice' of this said franchise.
lug at hundred an' sevvii'. Who'll make s,'c. i. The isald city of ilaytona shall in
It a hundred tin' eight'? Chicago News. i 'o ense' 't' lisible for any damage which nnay
lo -siuslntained lby digging or other unavohl-
ihl1,' -ork,. Il relallring or laying of water -
...I. Snell wanit'ld t It te a llal i .::it l tll ,s.or n oi r s.'we'r pipes running oar to Ir
\ .1. a riio' t 'o t i i" .1 11ri ia nh iitg al.ny setnro'l's oar sf venues It Iligy-
but wat nffirl to ao so 0 i ;lor'oilt oaf tona.t litl the s.eil city shall in no case teiar
pains in his stonaiilih. which lite ftaredtil Ulor undermine said trnaks to lay down
would grow worse. H. saPvs. "'I wits any eww pjipies or ducts for gas, water
telling may tronblols to) a lald friend. wlio or sewers without relaying smid tracks.
said: 'ha'liniilaerliin's Coli,.. 'holi le'Li .inI Nothing herein contained shall Ie so
D)iarrlioe ernetidyv \ ill itut voalii in.lloli- alo'istrued as to render said city in any- -
tion for the pIiarty.' I Iliigh ;i j.lbohttle Ilis 'liable to property owners or others At
and take plalsire itn stitlii;g tl:;it Iw\\o i, ltrdii;itntg : ulered hIy them in person
dospw curedl aiel t d Iniitl(I..I i to l i.v.t oair property hly reason of or in the course
a good timnv t tla pltartvy." Mr. Sn-ll If sos oconstrictiig or operating slich .\
is a resident of Scaiinie'r 11ill. N. Y. Thiu sitri'l railway. But the maid Frank E. lnt1
Ir'inedy is solel oy.v all dri'ggists. Itoid, him as-o.iatee, assigns, or legal etv
I representative shall ie liable to prop-
..- .- erty owners or others for daaIIgeI:as
A Modern. Adonis. saiffo're'l ioy them in person or property
Lady--Your partner has fainted, I liy reason of or inthe course of so coilli-
hear. How did that happen? struitinig or operating such street rail-
Offleer-It is quite simple. I danced w ..l -aid Frank E. ,
with her three times In succession. The Iis. associate's. asligns or legak l rejpe- g10
great happiness was too much of a .niv all begin thri. (ltt ion
strain for her nerves. I am now tak- of th,' siel oh'lltrie railway,. as hereinhe-
Ing my departure lest I should do any fo,- provided for, Le or they si a'l enter
Sfrther damage.-From the German.


North Beach Stret. i-4 i

New YI<

-reneh Coffee.
1 -licia.ous C:avor which all travel-
ili--iver In the coffee of
i. -, It is mild. by the
S Ii Inbutter and sugar
S: .:. process. To every
... r ssi berries a ta-
S.' t'::ter and pow-
S. 'I'lt'hset In melting
i'i,:is in n thin coat-
I :-tii nmi and con-
*' r that Is dell-
li.'rir's Bazar. i

2~ I



No. Thiirl A.\ naiill'.
Opposite, I'u "liook"

)aytona Ice C
WVM. Vi<'ki:. .i''mager.


Made from DistilhI W.ite.r'

F'Itoriy O| lmI friet 7 to 1o 2 1 ,.'tlay7s
SI'loIa' 0 1

.. T -^-

oluala Avenue alnd

all and See


i i.o



w MART D.i'e.tm)sma.
CULTmas bm D.D.ew g
Wsasr u.WsaL.ma.-

f Cmudawnblwa 8mb.
known to all whose it say conern
l*.'isft rtemtiatyGiJamumry A. D.
-as itai o the min Marya- A.
w* a 4d aMw *yna, at the OwUr
Itno llaa4. shall apply to the Hn.
dae Cmas county JudI or & u-
to selrl i lateve ofaId mIanor In
of the lo Wiltlem H. RS.~,i._
iatorv'at In tM( thirt-oae of block
-eve of t&e r(eeodil Homing sub-
oe the north part of tbe Thoman
aiat, and talso In lots ten, eleven,
adi lthirltef of l cki (I i e oif IShe
L.yman 'Murdtqk sulxiivltsltm of
s s.etmion thirtv-1-vo. township four-
Imsgtlil O" rotp m- hirly-two, east.
(Guardian of mid M tI's.L
sIeenstser, oi~. I e. ,--4t

A tarney-at-Law.
PrlMapt attetiotK glen to Mall liusinkeo .
( Nre a t em County Building.

SG. P. Balklogh Co.
(KtalsaUbed ltN2)
"l'hoon' 87.


Flannels and
Ladies' Wear,
Shirts and Collars
a Specialty.

Mrs. Tane Goodcn
5 loath iwenlh Ktnoet, Daytona, F.la.


Cabinet Maker and

WoolWokar *'
Ihooan and Window tNee,nns. Piet n
Molidhiagl iiade to4 iiler. .11 kinds of
FPniarmitereilI- irjl do4e on short notice
at pteainalje prki'v.
Cottage Avenue, Daytona. Fla

Losley Q
Titus I




Hot ilielan rh d at nil hours.

SDaytoa Tlphon


Io('biuntions with ItTLatnd. Holly
Hill, 4Ormnod and Mouedgrovc. j

Halifax Music House,

D)aytona, Florida.

Anti-Mollnopoy Prics:

Fine Pianos-........... $160

High (rade ...........
'.sed Pianos ..........


Second Hand Uprights 80
Squares. 25

D)atoia llcctrical Co p
J. 4'. P T," Elr.fi,' P PRe;IilNOlK.


Wirinr for Electric Lights a S. inalty
4'Wl apply of all kinds of tlectritcal
l MA an d muppliiM always f ill hand.
'. latm'a ou to nlarihi. wo%4rk. W


wl M111S 1 r JI A. Nerl .
3etfre 3sieisa had had time to ri
Ite da op"tel antd a girl stood with
ke a picture n la frame, a young gl
b white, with yeelw hair. At be
wait and threat were iks aof blue, tt
eOr tfher her eye
"Ob!" she mailed. "I beg your pa
&m. I was jut going out. You camn
to m llmabsth, didant you? Will yo
eater? I will call her."
ae etred, walkna gtralgh~ ftwar4
but with eye turned toward the g
following the gummer of her ameh an
skirts as hle ran, swift footed, up til
tain to Ellabeth's room.
A tar door opened and abut ene
and ahut oace more, and other fool
steps descended the stairs. They ra
across the hall and Into the room. Elih
abeth stood before him-Elizabeth, tl
and dark haired and beautiful, puttlui
a slender hand on his shoulder, looking
up lato hei e eaand 71yug:
"I've been waiting for you. I though
you were never coming, Let we tak
your hat and your gloves. Sit dowi
here by me. It seems an age since
paw you-n age, an eon,"'
le sat down by her. He took he
band. He separated her fingers in hi
old way. toying with them. He looked
at them absently, one at a time, at thel
tapering, at the tender pink of the nails
By and by. "Who was It opened tht
door?" he asked and waited, eager eyed
for her answer.
"The little girl? It wato Bertha, m)
cousin. She Is Just home from school
She is a pretty little girl, lan't she?"'
His eyes took on a look of remember
"Yea," ho answered after a long thue
"she i*-a very pretty little girl."
A week later Elizabeth sat in hei
room waiting. His usual hour of com
ing was half after 8. It was now 8.
Presently, ruling, she moved about
arranging the flower In a rase, touch
Ing a picture Into place and straighten
lug out the gilt edged books lying here
and there and everywhere. She stil
down again, thinking those long
thoughts of youth that go to till up the
ourss of waiting, ThIW luiiute aliind
pointed to lialf after 8. The clock
struck with a tiny tinkle. Sihe arose a
second time and walked up nind down.
Once more she stood before the little
clock. Nine, ilmsoM
I'erhaps something had detuiiied him.
PcThapI, after all, be wpuild not come.
Shee crossed the room; she opened the
door; she trailed down the stairway si-
lently, not with intention, but from
force of hahilt. Absorbled In Iltr own
disappolitinent. she was witlin tnll
steps of the door before sihe lsaw hiiii
standing there with her little couiii,
laughing lightly, both of them, theiir
faces agleam with the flare of the light
in the ha!l silhouetted against the
lie looked up-the girl also.
"I was just coming to tell you." shell
mald, showkig two rows of Inall while
teeth in a radiant smile, "that M:'.
tleynolds was here."
Elizabeth began to look upon her
cousin with new eyes. She prceieled
the beauty of her through the niagni-
fying lorgnette of his reg:lrd. She had
thought her a child, removed one stage
from the playing with dolls. She
found her a woman, well Into the stages
of commnencing to play with hearts.
and skillfully. She observed the slim
height of her, the charming roundnes.s
withal, the delicate curve of cheek. thet
length of eyelash, the calm young lllue-
nase of eye.
Then she took to long hours of prac-
tice. The k vibrated with a sound like a sob.
Her nights were divided Into two va-
rieties-white nights when she expect-
ed him and dark nights when she dlid
That was a black night Shie was not
expecting him. For the passing of the
Interim shie had gone to a neighbor's
house, visiting a friend. It was hIte
when she cane back along dewy walks
an either side of which flowers nodded
ideepily. Above the house the new
noon peeped, a golden crescent dan-
fling from the twinkle of a star.
The house was hushed, half dark.
)ne light only burned In the hall. and
iear the piano In the long mparlor,
through whose open windows wafted
edolent breaths of the nodding flow-
rs, another. Glowing electric tulips,
hose lights were, burning on slender
The hall door was open. Entering.
5he hung her wrap on the rack and

started toward the parlor. Often it
happened that upon those dark nights
if hers abe was able to leave part of
ler loneliness upon the piano keys.
She halted on the threshold, her foot-
iteps arrested by voices-cooing, whis-
Pering voices that she knew-his and
Turning falteringly, very softly, for
ear they would hear. she commenced
ier ascent of the stairs. She lagged
suddenly. It was as if she had run a
ong way and was tired. Nevertheless
he set her face steadfastly forward.
ot daring to look back.
Never had the stairs seemed so many,
o endless, so high. It was as If she
rled to climb to heaven, leaving hear-
n behind.
At length she reached her door. She
opened It. The emptiness of the room
as like the emptiness of a cave.
She crossed It in the dark and stood

nn.Fl. at the window, looking out. From
n BdinkI, layb.na. Flla. the dusk of the green, sweet garden
the clumps of daisles smiled up at her;
- R$. H. REELYE, M. A., M. I1. dangling from the twinkle of the star
the moon hung yellowly above, and be-
Y. laCirlo and SurIeon. low the lone sad cat, the color of the
MaWd waie .n 127 R, g.WM night, paced the gray of the garden
s igeo note:. w softly.slowly, undulatingly and

Tiw ller"-f armed with two Ifea tOI
) W teet,-Iteach"Jew. Thei PRIZE STORY
to a bearer what an ax is to a woods-,!ft -AT a
n. One such tooth take from the [ ] t's all Florida.
hower jaw of a medium sized skull
I (they can be removed without difl- It was proposed at the Millertm Li
' culty, unlike the most of ourp) is bent trary club that a pri e be offered for Wh3 :my impiort i ignrs. hind,- from lhivy tropical tolMrro, b lier
I into nearly a seiuk*ircle and measures 'the best short story. Some one NWg- and e `tKr dr ns. wh,- n o'u ainl !:nvP tlio pr," Floria frf at a
r five Inches along its outer curve. Only tested that it would be better to offer a 1 *. .
e One Inch of this length pwoje.ts from rise for the worst short story, where Box 2. ................... FREE BY MAIL TO ANY ADDRES.
the skull. The corresponding one from upon It was determined to give two !k 1 if 5 ................. $.71
, the upper Jaw is bent into more than a prices, one for the best and one for the
e complete haWf cirle and measures upon .worst. At a meeting of the club the S 1W R O W L E Y A. 1AYX
Its outer faee four Inches, of whicl manuscripts handed In were read by L'LOWEiA.
tests than an inch protrudes from its the secretary. The following was ta
bone -asinlg. In witlith :achi tooth is competition for the booby prize:
Sfive-eiglthsfl of a:it iWlh. Examlnaition A TALE OF THE CATSKILL MOUN- A LIFAX W AGON M ORKS
of one of them reveals the seret oA TAINS. M AAA ( l
I how a Isaver ca, Iperform such feats One dark, dismal, disaareeable night V
p as chopping dowv.n hirilh tree sixteen In midwinter, when the Juine roses were /1. 11. GODWIN, Proprietor
Inches in di:init-ter, not to speak of In full bloom, a womaiiin stood at the door
I Pofter woodls, like the tiasswood. of of a cablu in the Catskill mountains.
mieh greater ,!::'. Her tatters I garmcntsdtutittered in the
The tooli Is colmposted of two run- wild, whiif le ir' jv\, s:: l:nli'l d in rain-
Stelials. Aloni the outer faet' or front bow hil, s i-i tl!. h[it IKt'ld;ay Sun.
" of the toothl is a thin plate of exceed- 1"lle Cet414t,1h ltAt.'" s t ..id.
I ingly hard enaiiel. On tile Inner, forn-. Thero' w;s i Tr,-l;ii ii fof liorst'e hubs
Ing ilthe Iloey of the tooth, is a sub down: tit(. ,:!l. antdI :I haitoiwnt later the
s tnc111e <-;ll1I deitille. The dien itnll, pledll!i! li: I1. i.rf a y ,ni il niiiaii of some
being "ofter. wears away with mi.t s84v,1,, l,,ive .1.l;ltI. ,i oililtted on an W AGE 'ON CARRIAGES
The t hin i nialenl relni ils (mprativ lin- A n;tlin tiisi yl i l n d. hI',l siW AGONSCARRprIAGg andE
ly unworn. so that the tooth e le thrl atiS, i merged from thearal Blackmithi
the shaK( oif a keen lchisel that never clho ,'. H rse-Sh ing uiall -i Black tiring.
grows dull. The tooth is hollow at the -<1i ;, O .',, wh. you so late?"
base for half Its lengthli and is filled "'l::ri-<:i. d; re.t. I l.ave hliein delayed Near Bol1, liiln-r Y ald Daytona, Fla.
with a nourlishling substance which lby 33 I:I;: .,:; in lhe left hind leg of
i keps It constantly grooving. ily tI:r'-i stet',l."
--- ---- "AI. .'rii. I have the worst possible
llidoo woIomen. news for .\%- ia. 'ithIer Is unalterably BO O O 0
IIindoo woI'en ar, \. ry .beautiful, 0o1aup-,d oI -'furia rriagei,. He has a ix B O N D & B O N D C O .
and, like ilwl't othl r w,>,iiii.l they like pil"liit ir, Ia:ih.d anlid pointed up the (I C P O AT D
to set off their tVhalrm.1 ly te wearing clhinllIhIy. rI'1113 y t lire .Is 0oon as he il (INCOlI'OltRATEi))
of Jt.tls. -hios if tlie rnitl arei oftell an 4.!, of .ii:'.s l'.-' -- MANUI';TUR-ER Or--
,x,<,eedilg ;ly alle. m:1,1( ,l :ll;oy i ult *t Wl, lii, : l o ,f thim are worn. llitdollo ladtly to s.iCt mi,,?" And with one leap he
wears a Ilarge nose ring. at iiniuiier of laid 41 in the roojf nmLSd stood looking *
rings It h]r ie:,rs lhailnles galore oin her deliantly downti the chinimny. There
wrists aud :.'inls., aiklets of silver or was a rep.Irt. faoloewfl by a shriek from M
gold m..id a ring on til cry tor. Tl'hse or- Clariss.a :and litr lover's headless trunk g a
ti:llits ini t' ii.rt v l,ry 1etli.i, t her (larik rolled at her rf't. OeO l 1si 11 .g,
beauty., al d ntniirtally htley aret n great M:liddtelitd by the sight, Clarissa was Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
source (f lt.isr'r, Ilt uiifoltunm.itely alaut to rush iuto lthe cabin to re- 'Phine 83
(t:;*1 whiih. t,.-*et'lr witi ht, w, :ring pirn',wh he.r f':ithlr will the h lM dy deed
of i.!,ors. is dInii d to widows, whei os.' 'iiln AIl.rionl stopped ithr. Offices and Yards: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
lot I:, a l;artl tularly li:rdA olle. "C('nsidelr." lie said. "The gull to by R. J. Malby, MaiaggE
Any.lilh a lI!;dl:o \ 1 in ii lihas nw.t a this tlne rel:inaded. Let us take refuge
p.!rtlIuilrly nIlIst .velr 1.:: : uIponi the fac'e of any Alas, they W're l too laht! Just as
nv 1111h't lher1. 1-4s1.1114 it is 1tip it ('tlire- they were blout to si-k behind a moun-
ly in hl.'r .1!. n \ %lil.t'I, ev ,lI if she hle t.iii i. ':lIk tihe ft thtlir T appeared at his
ri-cI. is lnot ill the l.'.ist pl.."ty. tclalin door with a lit'eldglass and, point- N O R M A N S D A Y T O N ,
rootls art' s.inln!l :and dilngy.v l :\te iIP', ing it (dill'raltely at the fugitives,
wa.ll. very ltil" fuin iitur.,. :inl t ir pIllidi tih' trigger.
oilly outlooli iis iullpn;l. 11e. I4ill'rir *enult- ".Are yon hurt, dairest?'" asked Al-
yarl,!. i i.Vw ,itt 1ii ; l'ri: it ;and tgertitioii t-iderly. LM
prl';(Iv. hi -n :i!'y vwiltlioltut a \'.1s.ij J'is nothlini a Ilin re break in the
,,ftr'e.,ri'.uwc. left v.nitrcle( of the heart. I am bet- Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
--- -- ter no\\'. Aind you''.
5intaure' Itioinatte of Kinsr l.-nr. "A Ir:'hl. 'Iold h main has iwben ad- Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
"If o:thin:i \>rr I' lf(t of .Shi;,k but tll,' iiL-l' II, y r *ii; I. I:r.'" arn, ir rk. My rihlit nar is gone, and Bevel Siding,
wrh te \ !: ..; 1 : wi.i i i ll lt I : it 1 e ,, llail left of good Mouldings. Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
llf lrl,, r '.. "' 4 u m Iw' 31 p'. '.: i7 "Is thi'4 h llI ll tI I eoo l."
It is ,t.r ,II I wa 1 t ,, h 1 leteIspet de o p." they and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
tl:.kt ,\v,-rlliii.! Vs4:1 10, t041:11h- rofllh e throttle wide open, they
this i>a!::y 'y :'i ot'lyv I. .l.i. :' 1i *i ith skiniinl,l ti Jli e ierrily. Iteachling a 'lilhotil 419.
.l:s the IIr itor of. .l.1.- ;0trl .. iliii .s ;is dl( Aili I W. I, s::ipily tlhe' Ieithe i borhing rnesl-
sullir:' i in,',:: :i1li,.3 n:I i.: I i-ion,l d'ell( s v. itli wv:lrlti. tl'y hlookedt alout DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
but al\w ;iV .s i il,' i'. :!,.l,r:. .ly i il'*'ri,,r for ; o::.t I iI w hi hl t)o <(r-1 ss.4 .
it i3n1 ,13 itI :, ,,0 ili ,, ". lh. for a mull4 s. w!" exc'lllimed
*Thliilt $!: ill.'. 3 ;r as gret :t II1( Il losift :1s n. l iiif l :I s "Hsr t' is' .S Sill hiii liw tter," replied
his genlils li:Is Iim', ;: critlh.i-i ,i\,r sii. th ,;.vs o, f t' i, to :a iast, thlly lmount.ed and rode up The D.jtredge f 'KLONDIKE"
ridge.. ,:. ti, l!o; i :l,h ol y l s*vli yi hi tI mOi ntain sidl- willih lightning speed.
:anil dw;iilish '-alur' s if!' si ,::! inl tl- 'l i' si'.ht flt'r lin lt, suinit was re-
hle t 'i.e f:a.t.li .ios idiN y uis ii 'st ik, it siplenii.1-t will ilautity. The rising sun IKl'rtiN & CAtllElON, ''roprietors.
for a :;igin .f v. It i: stri l (f d( llll ,Siie was sinkiih : in thi' nitorth. The full
ild o if istinlt. io i:-i, t;I. orl dei *r1.da- ituml. slender present fit to deck a lnretdgilng dne in thi 1;lifl"I. T inkI. and all river up anud down the East Coast.
tilon t1 (!'d 3i %y t i sn in l11 4:\ .:in l la:af- lady's hbrow, was a t the moment pass- T.-I' s l,.-insolia.:ll.' ;1il Sd itisfat h.iiin Gi arnteel.
tirln t li fr.i-3r.,ancIe of a s,'wer-." iII li hiiindl Aretiftrs. All nature was
illhuIheld, thi sttillness unlbroken save for .\lddiress tli, lproprietotrs. Il;iylomnt. I'la.
Killed iv a n ead 11nn. the' Ilows of a tIlhoulSiid artisans in a
In tlit s -,ond A.\fi;:hin a\\:!r in1 Eniglishi hoiletr spp in thil valle-y.
officer, a w<,ll ilo n s.'rl.Sii. olll la. l il T o lovlo rs were standing on the l_ o--1t _-I%:V -1111 11 I',lll i fIttlll It lI
out to t(ake : an Alf.;: lif l i 'chL-a. ietdi\ e'tall1 poe.wing th tne scene andYar
aft.r haid ch:,l:.ltag.d all :,:,dl :nlr4y 3,o a suinl. f:ahor. wringi,.e the sweat from Nov. St. Our prke will le right.
light. l;.hll w,.re otaiIi,,,I. Th,., roe-,' hris r,.,vn lotm2kso. r,:,ihid thIt summit t of al 1. GODWIN,
Inlty. :tIIel the E:iglishia nllla ',I ilti his \ki' ily ab l,,t far tlh' fugitives. Not $
just :i littih loo soo.,i. I1,' r. !,' 3It Il 5' "i'i Ih t 11. Ie Afgil 3:, .1 rni hlin htliroil h tih h .le art fr'ialt hi. \,'..t 1I'Hke't m13d. pointing It
just ;4> lIt' was swvi iinir hlis hliev' 'dir,.. tly ;it Al ,rroin's li.art, lired. The -
sword al.o1' hits li.:i. Tli'h .\fl.h'iiin In'"*1', 111" 3 lt 1h 1 '1ii1 "mlt ite worsted d ********** ******************..o.g g .g*. **.******.g *
diced. Iul thel sword ,l to the more mig m l
split th lie rl'i- 's .kull. T ,' li :' ;ni was. I.ui. lli'l o I" ta' o ef e'l eti'l t3' An arm | f il J V o
1of ' sword I.,roiuWht ,down 1, h.is f(ltling h'ilh IIhjt l4rilliin-y of itch pline. | I I Dr igg t
bodl"y was ~oulh ito. ,tI lh.. hill. o. i ["My ive: MIy love." shriekedl ('la- I
Sriss:i. "Minst I stand lThere helpleh'ss and
... tt vo I, I'3II to 1 e('ilneler!'." *,**O* OO **
"A NDiw i M,' tl historyy of Iar I1 ,t. d,,a:r hl 3lrt." replied the The.' largest and Most Complete Stock
a friend who was vir'V fonlid of lichl Ir'n n!l'ntle mllIl. I o ly vuln,-r- f,, l.s i Daytona. Penriptions com-
spoirts and pos1sssd1 a' lh li:,ir 0of t'tl ielll' in the lhr~ax." Witlh that he poilundeld Iy ltRegistered 'rnarina.-ist only.
Irish st,'te.s. nS l nih' iht l i' si a i"-i ti3 t Ia k a ntl wais extin-
taking tlh' dois\ii h ilin, lie sat M'A,.. '*.. A. ,nos Itravery and Perfumery and Toilet Articleh 'P
doiwli tol ei v sul r, wlintl he I h- 1. -3's ". till' d I iilnaut relented. *
Irietr, ho w:1 very fal of ot- St: ht lilnlIl- s lh' f his would TRlY )1.R 'INEKTAR l')l;illAII.A.AM-25 cents a bottle.
i.,.rit,,l, V .oihi i v t1. ;l l in in the lake, he

Those =r' v.,'v lin. animals. Mr. I:i,:1 i :lil. s,'iing Algernon bly the B Deach Street. '# # 0# DAYTONA. LOR2IDA
Blank. Ar.e they brok?" right li, a id left lg. .gged him to
A**I 'Iv'ns. No." \wais the rsponse.
"rTh.yv hen.No't IIn In hIrt live ni.n- "4. i e your lhanIml. oble nman," -
ues" c'l, ari, i:'ss a s flt,." ,, 1 a T A g We are prepared to deli-
Yoi'\" 1urlin-d it. uondl Alger- a -

An I nfortunnte Selection.
A niit'm!l'r of Itlra.tli'r Ilit-ky's ('onl-
grltiolln said to hiim:i:
"ID it"Asso llm11:1 y c' chilli in i Iy f:lliily
we got tiredd hookinm ronii' frl II;lil'S l"fer
'mtll. s 1 Ne doinie li:1iln>. d t 1\\in ln.1is
I'overty t' Iihit-i.'s."
"You dlonle wroni" .s;il I,'-ot4li'r
IDickey. "Yout'l iV mi.r t it 'lin tllT yo'
Ihai's--kaze aill miin '111 oilt' Il 0 Ithlb le
on you ln s'iy. " uor Riheh.-" Alhl:int ',Cn-tiitution.

Old Ileoplle In D)enniark.
DenmiiIark is their' pIrliis;-' ,f o],l p'o-
ph.. Ally 111al1 or s'i!iII I,\>'r sixty
ya;rs of age whoi i n1 -it\' i 31. vt l'e-
ord is housed. fed and ct.!,,lhd :at the
eximlse otf then nation. 'Th1 t'',st lp'r
lie.id ;lv'r';ig-'s only "25I cit' a daiy, or
oni'lihalf of whli:t it is in l:niilis-lh :iId
Russian \vorklhoust..

If you are stifftTerin from plhysivanl
ills. nsk yourself if it is nlitt youtr w"i
fault. There is scarcelty oili lersi ii

11(1. Ivh'r on sortf nOt-ie any
I f'ortli-ii at that mil t momnt a distin- kind of dry Wood. Our
p.tis!,<.,! .ti,., p losd ,.y. walking on price is right. Drop a
a.,n ;il. l -tick 111 1 ..cnsenite to unite postal and w will call. E .\R LS & CiLEE. M ardon
th' I i'ii i li hi, I.ly bodls of mnatrl- po *lu W X ( I A L MagnolilaAve.
hin'l I. Ti,'In t11 all w lit hlione to a
jt,. 'Is wi thlini lertail;.f'st.
lI3'35 easa1):i-. 1- sinev the sound
",r; ,:-l! it'i-.l since tho sounded Dry Oak and Pint. Jbcliv :4
of ticm f.stiviti..s .c.se..d to leap in Dry Oak and PhE.
eti..-.,s frl !in i a ;il to ) r!g. 'The butter-
i;::,i ;;:! <;:l.s ,lovingly nod to each 'Orders Promptly Deliverod
tll, r. lIP <'o.l I ll,, c nllds that stoop j \ () oriner ea h St.
frmali ,, n to I, :: l .it iti a wind- ( )\
i. h'i 1 !L:ll, fog. The and Helleview Ave.
lr.ill i:-; 1. f t, l 1iol .. a tivii softly
Il. I .,- tll:tii lliinis where
11ia. ,nli' .s af ottveyance DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS,
wN;s 1)]r1 1ii's owni1 t smiil i, meteorite.
'Thi. lnu l.er;-uis ilro.i'ly aof Algernon II:. 1)II..I (; \l M, Proprietor.
indl (' :,'sl-;:i 1iW S<.;IliIller ove r the
n3,.iaitl3 .':lrp i ligh r toe to McClellasn t Edward*. Managms.
tliai \\i'h ,. (', 1 spriniig frost and ev-
SN. itr t M oulding Scroll Sawing, Turning, Inside
11 *
Ti'" ai ,'"M" W10nan:dWniodiosly agreed Torkan W oo 7 Yard. '<'tilt'""'"lunin'""", PonhColamne d
to lio" ,n ih,. ihr of thork an Wo ar Piill.ys Made to Order. 'Phoine TO.
to lit-jt4 iow iii31 fli' :tutiair ref thisI

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Near the boder wM vIUM iMn.
ria fro R-a n v U. Cat A*lf e-
vick. a cot7ry guJtims. lb adma -
ter, Marya Aleandnvma, an stihllm 18
girl of eight wa ela e g -
riage by many at e -s at the -1
boring landed pror'iao, but memdw
to prefer Ivan MlkabalMt a laty but
lasy young follow who had sever bm
known to take an Interest Ia but mi
thing-the town BIre department, whi
he had organized sad drilled, becoming
very expert himself in the drenchlag of
burning Puildings.
A battalion of troop came to the
town commanded by Major Nikolai Le-
vin, a middle aged man whoe private
fortune was large. From ehiliuoud he
had been accustomed to having his own
way. Hle had studied and practiced
the use of every known weapon, and
when any man stood in' his way he
would insult him, challenge him and, if
Necessary, kill him. All kinds of weap-
ons had been tried against Levin, from
a Turkish scimiter to a mountain how-
ltzer, and be had handled every one
with perfect skill. He had no sooner.
set eyes on Marya than he fell violent-
ly In love with her. Marya, though she
accepted his attentions, could not be
completely won over from her athletic
suitor. Ivan. Levin at last concluded
that with Ivan in the way he could
never win the girl, so he made up his
mind to kill him. lIe soon found a pre-
text for considering himself Insulted by
the young man and sent him a chal-
I leiige.

i Marya heard of the Intended seas- their sweet young hearts were once
siziation and was much troubled. In more so full of sunshine that awnings
her extremity she sent for a former were absolutely necessary.-New York
schoolmate, Kostia Sanin, in whose In- Herald.
genuity she placed great confidence, .
and asked him to help her. In 100.
"Well, I will offer him my services, "Did you hear of Mrs. Sisler's unfor-
and if lie accelts them I will see what tunate mishap?"
I can do for him." said Sanin. "No indeed. What was it?"
A few hours later Major Levin re- "Why, she was having a little house
ceived a visit from Sanlu. "I am to party at her aerial chateau and sent
arrange this affair between you and her aeronaut with the omnibus balloon
my friend Mikahailof." he said. "iand, to the air line station to bring the guests
since lie is the challenged party, choose to the house "
for him the weapons, the time and the "Ys'"
place of ineeting." "She has always thought the man so
*iThat Is your right. It is Immaterial trusty. lie has been with Ier two
to ine with what weapon I light, and I ye"rs. But it seems he had mixed him-
beg; ym-u will choose that with which self an oxygenated highbnall that nmorn-
the voiiug man is most skllful." inKg. and he wasn't in a responsible cotu-
"You show a magnanimous spirit, edition "
ninjor. and I shall meet your wishes. "Mercy: What did he do?"
The only weapon with which Ivan "Why, he completely loat his head on
Mliknaiiilof has any skill whatever Is the up grade and collided with an aero-
thi iiizzl.ke oft a Ihose. I therefore choose motor moving van with such violence
thins wvealon." that the baIlloon broke loose from the
"if you think you can turn the af- bus. and the dreadful man dropped his
fair into a jest. you are mistaken." whole Iotd into the lake"-C('lvelaud
"I proliose. no jest. The terms are Pluin Dealer.
that you and your adversary are to go
Into it un ':ated room. wearing no The Slmicer.
lh)tliin:g whi:itver, eal'h furnished with For twenty yoars shi. practiced.
a '.se. am 'lav .uin each other till I'or tw-nty fiy Ya :
a ]lo mt '. :t ti wtd y other till She hal I,. r hop. s. hi r triumphs.,
you -ire 'ati-lied." l.ikvwis: iher mIoults ei, if. ara..
"Wlhat an al'suirdity r'
"WNoluio r the kind. You know that For twenty ye-ars s i. bravry
r t i Y u k t Kept on ile h i iur., l.i1 out
thie lllimpl'ilmtlrel he-re at this season Is And practic,.d elt .*',l i.il
ni-\ver ;:tl,. zero aand the water is Icy And rosc o'er jdr,-:.I an-d doubt.
0h1l,. Neither of you will Ibe able to For twenty NIars sl prati.ud;
T. iiuire the torture more than half an S oc ct.nt %a. l shs at 1t d
Ih,'tr withliuit dying a terrible death. A y ar or t w. : .. .* zz' .1.
n71l It :titI event there Im great proba- And thtn hir iv .-' ,m st.

1IltitYv f ipl umonila setting in after the

I V -1 1 .t % I T Ti i .P 11.. \- r I 'I ".W : .m. ,.t .**
I t.i\, i 'km lo lh"W1m .Ill -I;:: ip. iii. still' li -. l iTm milnt ;it. ,I I ,. 0 -
I,.%\1. A -1ii' oi ,'l l e:;l :miaol .nmll u nil) '. e, i,'m:i-' l \ii i Sm iniit the. naitedi the time and place A lee That w ould stop a ('loel
saulll hl., d. SCM D U L E \ ,,t i hn ll.l
He' nltl s'i|, i!. -:*' adI' lll '. Sli, tllik 1hi departure. -
I... :: I nK J.A \ KsN\ I1.1.1: \i m\, l: in The iajor silubmitted the case to the
"". ... .... \. : ;iii .T. I{ \ Is.. m i.t p I, d 'lil,ra:itlon. dvte ided that he m ust ac- -
ri l. s: i:mm.I Il it l I mi I .11 I mt he and h is antagonist stood stark
naked lii a large room, each armed
General I Passenger and Ticket office, ih 'tha halfinch n o tzle. At a given
2A aall slgal the water was turned on by the
204 W. y st. Jacksonville. s ds. and tihecontest begun. Ivan .
li.il alhvays lived in that northern re- -New Y,,rk Journal.
A <' II ;l:lH' I":M n l ssI';'...A t.. .. It1 NM.t>Ntit. .;1 :.I -.-. ..m. ',.... gieml, while the major had been born
A S E it St I e.. .. -k. 21> \\ .- 11 .11 .INI,. i.,.i,'... n, 1mi the south. Ivan was hardy, while Perfre lo.. *
'll~11. 1 II \1.1-, Inai 'l Frt. Ai. C. l. I I \-. s.ipI .. the miaj.jr was delicate and sensitive "Can you tell ime anything :aboiNt Mr
Sm....I II..m;;.m St.. .;. k.tO ville. Foot l II..;in Si ..L;i, k4..' t ill'.. fr.ii having led a luxurious life. At Blank-iMr. Richard Iian ,!'' hitd a
.IN0. L. II(\\lll{. SuIp.rinl..,i.l.-mt, the first str,.ke of the Icy water he was visitor of a resident in Tidewatt.r. Va
Tt-O lh4gan St., Jacks4i llE ,. shtakhli t I'y a terrific chill, while the "1 mhan of course about his standing
THEO. l. EGER, W m.P. CLD1E & CO. sturdy Iv'an. who had bathed in water and finimieial responIslbility."
I' mgl.I.'lt,. nib IhIihling,. l!i.State St., Opposite, Ititt- 1y I':11k. \.\I Io-k. himself :i:iist the shock and stood sto Ma suh a lperfett itlena sut.'
ulPright and lirm as a rock. One of the And here he paused until L-e gelitl.h
******* *** -ssee -- o gagag g se stood with a watch in his whisltered, "But shAirt o' cash."--Net
_liaimid, whille the other kept a hand on York Time*.
SM AO R the V':ter cock. At the end of two
M A LY In minutes time was called and the water sure Thin.
0 turnlld off. The principals were per- Lawyer (a few years he.)-Makt
111. .Lawyer (a fe' yc*z'4dhe.ncf)-orake
SIN E S ltted tm "iov about for two minutes your mind easy. T jury will sa-
L IN E S :0 to rt'oulip and break the Ice forming agree.
0 0 omi their Iilies. when they were re- Prisoner-Sure?
0 Tllli'llighfli t-kim, sI I' \,l V k,h I'l.hihlI.-llhi.i. | ittilmil't take their positions, and the Lawyer-I know it. Two of the mem.
0 N.\ Haven,' N' l l. Sl.tniinl... w:tter \.a turned on. At the end of bers are man and wife.-New Yorker.
l'wr vil.n'li, Full livhrmI. llm-on In l I i thi' hm'Xt round Levin was shivering
S : terrillv, his skin was'livid, and his Trusts.
ALL NORTHERN POINTS lis lue while is opponent hd "But there are good and bad trusts,"
Sat rat i E Tl V .\ ANYiOTHERThrilyv restored circulation. Atl,the I urged.
t1'i Ym mm if the next round the maJor was "Certainly," replied the .omiiomist,
i tr:inl S vr- i"lTrliul--da-. hIv %iliga" klvilhl amf.,hw.: i hi'ifrmend IJy those of his officers who "and none is better tian a public trust."
0 m aI.i s.- I.s.11l14 Is...0:10a.iin. (a,. lii. I .t ) 'we-re pre'senlt that he might give up the Which I afterward 'recalled a public
\ i.. ,I';il'.';i,' str ,imi,. ..................:.:14;;p;;. mini."; I. M,, l.
0 I I. L 1-a .mllmm ...........t..............3:4.l:;1. m1m. (:lkamstuai co1mittst without sacrificing hisgomee is.-Indanalpohis News.
Sh m................... : nor. and lie declared that he was
I'l'. 'tm-ii,'rs l a.;t\,. '*;vt.>iia .,:_.I I and ;iil satlstli.d. lie was taken Into a warm l..to
.: m.g thoA Good Indication.
3:2*2-- il.an. ,,k.n lso. .> i.onI ,ts.rlo, dosed with hot liquor,-rubbed "Is it true," they asked of the small
Im illuaoll-mh.l m naI lltite ditmll''ia i is. g.rv.im i.lt im.l. ,. I ,,i ,|. ,Il,.s. = l,,. Im put lt between n blankets. Neverthe- boy, "that your sister is en aged to be
A W0 P A2:i *-'5t It. .s... 0 Ike hi was stricken with 'pneumonia, married io"
1 111. 1W, II' C lt .likm.,.ilil,. I'l,,i,.i. l fri. >h e nearly died. Ivan pol- reckon so." was the answer. "Any-
Si sln' 1imuself with a crash towel, put how, pa has to have the ar. hair
0 1;,t. !1. I I r. ( k' Ial ..D .a,1 il. l.,v lt,,l.l, i'h. ,1 on his clothes and took a brisk walk. b ed.- h a o sl -;a
0 Kostia Sanim went to Marya and braced.-Chicago Post.
avOe her an account of what had oc- Be Advsed.
I cr'red. "You are now free to marry lo wish I could find a honeyed route
e ither of those men you choose. I pre- csI coulr ad a thoneyed doute
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD s, o, e"marked the dolentt
sumle from your interest In Ivan that low. ".4
your choice will fall.on him." suppose you'd make a bee line for
'No: It will not fall on Ivan." Iuppe make bee lne fr
t i "Tlhen it is the major." *, his friend rejolned.-Yonker Her-
To St. Louis and Chicago "N, nor tlhe major." d -
"Well. then. I should like to know .... "
I' hlmiilm .n I'.mm.,, Si...m|.ilimi Iiiirs froin .a.k. i\il i n 5; l.,m:;;i ;na l tk I hii. ai, what all this trouble has been about." 'Hostess-Ye, he's a poet, Mr. Gr -f
h.-liM .It.-k.o i. lleh d ily ;i ,i s.i n t \M ih,. i1.1111. m11 "Tm change the subject, how shall I tee.
reward you for helping us out of this Mr. Gruffee--Ah! What brand ot
D'ixie Flyer Route dut"y.. 'health food does he rtis
i e Flyer oute"Well, you might let me kiss your go News e
\ & .. ., l .. l "What do you say to my lips?' A ,W r ie. .
l.lin,.. (enl.. I't. via M,.I. Tn..I A light broke in upon Kostia. He She-I heard you were hurt lia fo -
went to Marya, took her In his arms ball game recently. ,<
.l.and kissed her, but when he had kissed i. e .. wh, not, | any account. I wS
I, lellutih,-i 1lit,11liiill.l.ra.te. imill..tim Li. .,itilv im tim kt( mmm kta.gm-it m tm her once there w-asnostgPln g. Iifty two days InMe thoe
F R ED' l 1i I M IL L, E R T ra veli ng im m I'ts i sli r .-ili e nit. A tla nt a, i m.CI V AJ IL 1D R EL.W .. _11
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W- re 1 tse to be 201.
Wie K n bek tMet tefl: "
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'S t 6S ohat to Ps ''in by. -r
MK' wsk dat I cosld se
sme eme iookia' out fob me
Whm do time t baild -an' wrim,
ae uas I looks out fob h.
-Washiston star.
A Demesee Iem umuegnmet.
They bad beea married three month@
adl were having their thirteenth quar-
rel-an unlucky number, by the way.
"You only married me for money,"
be said, with exceeding bitterne..
"I didn't do anything of the kind,"
bhe retorted.
"Well you didn't marry me because
you loved me."
"I know I didn't."
"In heaven's name, what did you
marry me for, then?" he cried in de-
Mspir. for he had not expectedthis.
"Just to make that hateful Ka.e
Scott you were eng ged to cry her eyes
out because she had to give you uppnd
sae me get you."
He fell down on the white bear rug
at her feet and rolled over on it until
he looked like an animated snowbaft.
"Great Ca'sar, woman." he shrieked,
"what have you done? Why, I married
you just because she threw me over."
And by the time dinner was ready

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The Southern's Palm Limited
The Waaliagton, Ri'-?lQond and
Floida Limited
The New York ad F lorida Xzpre-

The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
19 r7M inP ANM W s9T.

Pullman Sleepin Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, v16
Asheville, through "i.e Land of the Sky."
Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated is
connective with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars'on all through
Ask fbr TIMok via bSeher Railway. Cerrespondese IsMAlt.

H. F. CAMY, Fe Pam. Age, 108 V. Bay St, Jac1, ovam Ph.

Ginoo Pm~g"
tailgh.t D. C.

Am't Gen Pma 4
A62% C

h viimu use' Whiskey for ruedlicinal or either Imurrp.os-s'. If s4i, sk us
fior Irmil s andi dl.s riptli, m-mattr.
The Riverside Distilling Company, N.
.M11nul tur if rs of Iligh (;rale h1 I4 ':ashiti)<,l
North Carolina Hand Made Whiskey.
AI.O I',1'la h i4ad AIpple Il'ranlii',s.
i 'r\ rl.r o .>IM K oto lh" miornl T r iour I I\m. .m.i,
W lik .k,,y a t S A1.>l ..r gall a. it $l.,.. p.r jlloll.
a." n. l itl. i| ill Ih i fir t Ihf i ii' li lhlmmi -, l'mi. v h, r, 1! .. 111 .i i,.f all | '. I|I,4k4
i:r I :.l ii"i,| .*I ul ii*pI yoili wil l L'r) itl. ii..r .il' I i.h ,,l:, m I, iji I ,, ,.rpaf i
Ii, t il 'm ri-r f:ol ititlle f.ir lip|plyi..vm i.,r l ,g i,,. ,. i ,,o, ll li, shte
mII ai v .- 1, 1 m.id i%- -,, tlv.vly giuarian;1 .1r..pm.>f tir ( .. ..mL .,f ,,r h4MM
\ *'. |>r.. -l 0>. >ii1 |,ill l it li ll|iiI. i. lhi(l .x|rii.ss r:.-ra ., Ihr l ii i i ntll iih,.i, 1.i %a m -. i, ri l
It\ l.*- in l uli iallsriA tioMll ii i .*\. r.i |n l i i.i. \ ., i .

Riverside Distilling Company
V, .. rmr yn hy i t.rmisshid rm TI-'ir.st N onul..m:ml |:mmi.. .n*', ill, N. t'.. K.* y &l C
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Special Low Rates

California, Colorado, Utah, Oregon,

Washington, Montana .,' Northw

Western & Atlantic Railroad.



During September and October, 1902.

I'lir o f- iptlit i matter, rates. ot,. 1 -l.1

E. J. W alker, F. P. A,,
21- W .-e t Ily St.. or .\. V. & \V. I.. Ti,. t .i \\ .- .I, .,vi
. E. IIARM. N. i.n. I;assA .\ nt. I. I 11 I I. I ri li. M;ia -
A l ti l I .-. ; l.. TI i.

For 20 TmshinLedaUW1 fr '- -. -11

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
TguB via Palatial Expre Steaatips.
Sailings from Savannah
To New York. making clow connections with New York-Io'.ton lthipim or
Lines. All ticket agents are supplied with monthly sailing l*Im-.ii-l.s. Wfi.
geiwral information, ailing reheduosb, statermma n-vrrvations. or leal on
WALTER HAWKINS, f neral A ent, 224 West Bay St.. .l.i ksnvill... F
W. H. PLEASANTS, Vice Pres. and Manager, E. T. 'HA I.%tTON. &. F.-& ]
New Pier 3. North River. New York. N. Y. .3.1
J. W. WILKINSON, Agent. Daytona. hai.
.. .- 4 4

Tri-Weekly Sailings
calling at Charleston. S. I'.. both wmayn.
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
line't 4erive le'tw'ee. i
C';illing mat ('harlr'mton i otih Wiays.
S t bound.. ...d ... ..................... ..From Lewis' Wharf. Boston
Norti beud ......... .............from foot Catherine street, Jacksonville

Between Jacksonville and Sanford
S'l'IlTll ; .vT I'.1I.ATK.1. .1 1TO1 K ,l. IT.1'1\.( 1 Il!:1:l 1.*1lr. (|I |.,1 i,
aiil iili e.im- miiatii Ii la diiing.igs n mSr. .11 ill.\s I1\ I:i
>111:"in "City of Jacksonville"


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