Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: October 19, 1901
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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Volume ID: VID00406
Source Institution: University of Florida
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No. 19. Da-ton

a. Florida. Oct. W1901

contest goes mrrflt o.
ibWt six candidates ave ap-
ke",ld. bt beo next week
i will inudoubftfdy tbe

14h mad the mof od th wn-
a pushhmwl the Sra
The Ylatest owat ,mad
SilverMail 150
LE Rix 125

NtCoR 6)0
Ellsworth 40
Bkrgmian 40

O,-. 1 Il.-la the Criimial
v the jury found Ed. Payr.e
l t wrryitg comaeead wetps,n
ems ld him $100 and costs,
msnt e in jail. Sentenm were
a follAow: J. W. Montgomery,
i, ,,,isi. carryingg concealed
i ul and costs or sixK moen
Wilitems. roked. D06ytoNS
1O an-d eets % or imety days
Kimbill, nolured, Seville, car-
molinitl w#s43ws, 100 and

a ryngConemmled weapon,
ei e or mix mot Cha;auester
-olored. Daytona, robbery,
aeo or aiurty days; William
inleLd. Ornmond, 9SO and. costs
-ep; Johajarshall. colored, De-
i M.sOt, 2.50 and cost; Walter
b LmS Spmigs, grarmated s-
and costs Josaph Moore and

yearmeach in the peitentiary.
Peak, Ormond. carrying con'
laponl. $100 and costa or six
Ml Cave Bryant, colorem. D.
Srim, ammault with intent to
twentyny years in thepenitenitary.
-e of T. A. Davis, charged with
Sto kill ia the fraca at Seabreee,
OButt, of Orlando, who was pre-
ia "septd a plea of awravated
f Davis was Seed $25. ThiI/
ithe btiasm of the term and dl'
bt wa adjourned. /


SL. R B. Mm.r e aannoutie. lher nmil-
" opening lor Tueiulay. thktoblr22d.
Stwo to.wvein i;-hl-k andl -ighit t.
e'ck-k in the evening. Million ry iIn
Apb gorgeous array. Mrs. Mitnre it


IS1Call at Wray's and we the china
Mrs. J. T. Wilder and Miss Wilder re-
twed Wed*tday from North Carolina.
The% are four persons now confined in
the Orange county jail on the charge of
J. A. Eriekson was over from DeLand
a ew day this week looking after his

Meaum. WI. Wlekig, fR. I. Wall and
Beiain Mao left Momday afternoon
for the lae of Pines.

Whatt' the matter with the hens?
1'ere's not emoughegKg in town to make
hl pound cake much lem a whole one.
r Edith Bruh departed Monday
smug on hler journey to the Pan-
American exposition and other points in
the North.
W9"Hello dar Sam! Whar you get
datgood pie?" "Why at de Grandinig
Bakery, of co'ee. Date whar we geta all
de good tings to eat."
MiW Lou Ott. who ha lieen the guest
of the Wicking family for sone weeks
paet, has pun-hasd the beach cottage

UV13rAyNT~in-To im~y a largtofice
m~feP411 'a t l fit 10 11 1. 1i

JI. 4'. Pettepher was up to Jackson-
ville Wednesdany and Thursday on busi-
li: All the leading magazines and
hooks. also daily liparsi at (;no. II.
J. H. McKinnon. of Ja.ksonville. was
in the city last satnday ronferaning with
Adam 8'-hant.
Capt. Oohout and Mr. and Mrs. Win
Rogerm went on a week's t'lcuiseildown the

13: to n Ii issu ted this year.
Tine pn'seint or;aing' -rop of thlit lower
tcoutnties is said to Int mhnn.uchn fiier in iuIamlity
than tlw erop of list year.
Wm. Budl. .Jr. travelingl auditor for
the F. E. C. Ry.. was in the city Tuesday.
looking after the company's interests.
George Wrny rturtnend Wedn.-silay
from a tliret-w.ks' business trip to St.
Augustine and other npointns up tht ro-al.
John Van Valkenhuri r has e.en tiantink
oiff the sidewalk along Cdthir stnt notthis
w.eek. .1iohn says hei hals hdone at very
g(MulI jo)b.

OnrMeat mneatl fo r yo ur ji uit rY-ant 1-?-t-i'.'i-veand raIrainnm n lit r andnilYellow
[Inis h's. ;-t ft~fn Inin I at lt1isii .

Dr. and Mrs. Porter R. Bennett arrived
Theit (ks has lw-en Itreattd t ia new.
coat of paint.
J. H. Niver & Son have an ad. in this
issue. Read it.
I0-Art goods of all kinds just rnt ived
at (eo. H. Clark's.
IW"Outing flannels 5, (6. 7. 91 and 10
cents per yard at Moore Bros.
iDr. French wears the niarshall's star
during the aibence of Win Rodgers.
W. J. McMann arrived from Provi-
den'e. R. I.. last Saturday -und is assist-
ing in Rush's gr(o'ery.
Daisy Cowan-Ilill .;etnie in on Friday
of last week from llannilrton. Canada.
and is stopping at Elsie Longe's.
F. E. Burdick, of Watertown. Wis..
arrived Wednesday eveininrg aiid will
spend the winter with his brother-in-law.
J.. P. Thoina4.
We arne havintin a visitation of small
toads, about half an tinch long. a very
nsefil little thing to catching rohies alnd
other insects.
R. R. Snallwood is raising some hand.
sole pe'an nuts. of the palmer sh-ll va-
riety. some of which nimeastire' one ity one
anld ta half inches. andt full of solid meint.
.1. E. Rush leaves tomorrow for Fife
Lake. Mich.. wh'rm- e lie %ill Ie united in
larriaie next WVdn'isd;ay to .Miss Gie-
In'va, ('ni'ant4. We extendd coinigraitila-
.- i .... + n, ...... =,l.+ _21e l In i ..... ..

owned by Lett ie Johncon Mrs. A.da.m, Sk-hatitm ,.udl datigerl~ .r- nvotrt. epntyv shcriff R r i- is rt-
owned by Lttk Joihnon. Mrs. Adam NSehantz aud daughte.i- ar- sponsible ftor nine. This c-rtaiinly dvem-
A. F. Null left Friday for Boynton. rived froan l)ayton. Ohio,. Wednesday andi nstrates that eli is a very efficient tof-
where he will have charge of a truck farm are domiciled in their Iwauntiful home on fill,.r.
for E. 0. Painter. of DeLand. Mr. Null Rid o"""l.
expeets later to move his family to Mi- r. and Mrs. .1. ). (. Mornis. of W .st Th, 1inlts bids for patronage y an
amieor W ett Palmnn Beach. aln, i,. n II. C. ris. f Nw ad. inn tt' (iZKTT'rr:-N-:ws. Tis his board-
e Fred Knappe. who nrsides this side o rk. i we D inaytr frt, M lnd tilie a7itinl Isl;tolm tare
Port Orange favored this office with at ina g on fri-inls. very nt r iti,,, d te attt a
veiryv gt it I.
very pILa-ailt call Mondaty. Mr. Knalilie Mr. and iMrs- (,.,. II. .1Manitv st<,p|lv'
has just received his connmmissionii a iff ill ln. ytoin a fl'\ lhiys thi- \\, ,k ,i I'h-' aIl. if Th, li' ;il-s aplias inn tli-'
mentblerof ttlieounty chooml lard. Ith.iir\av hlomee to VWist Il'aln1 l.;.i, li. isslf'fi tit tir-t time,. Thi-. lihotis i-
I'Te have just -.t- .l ii a w-lt Intnw tto fst Dayntonan viit-it-s
Thte general inslprewion nwrni s to pre- I' '',i v alnd il'roninites to lit, as pi>pl>ilar this sna-
vail that Floridla during the conm lig n son na v'r t.t'for'e.
winter will iitl-ss a liprospeity lunex- Snits'. in biisinit.ssm 4i+nes to every 1aiiI
nalplel t in time history of thoi State. Th.i t'lil'thi"gI antdlvti.6ivt. Nevspl,.i'l aldver- MIr. (ld's arriv.-l fri'nm I:iyton. Oliio..
V1oulumnn will I, larot -ly iln n-asern aloiig ti.-i i-s .ittni.'h-.Il i., h>. thil l.,st. I; y,,: last hhn,,lav. II.' \rill .n t as Ir. -. S-hiintz"
tO f wh

    lN i,,' k,!ll, \v it.

    wleided, the leading nnilliner t;f E:tchi daty brintigs Some rietulrniiKn ri-si-..%
    and rkivinity.aniid her to k thnt ei nt wi i ho :s tW sn sllie aa van tio-n aIi' s IA4 .i l ;1114. 1 St t. ALnst i. amitl
    is meeowemplete that ever. You ouIt of thei. Stalte.. or Smow visitor who is .\0iiu u .,,1 aut! hIt,-tlam's 1. I.
    rdially invited to attend this op h nw hattin 'tmah,,Ig lhnh n- ll'- 1an .n. ,Ionif i Now
    end ae the ekgant display of put- hmik for the winter months or for per- Sanmit r li -isn I, hit Vla .
    I hat. and hats of all kinds, which ,nnanent n-oide.nce. I .'gnst'r ants lnult i Nlla.
    h he on exhibition in the millinery par- i Mrs. LyYia t 'ayliltiigtont is quite ill ill
    r Moo BM. carried. in New York ('itv. (to i ,,t I'an, i,,alin:. ,,,.t lt il ls tilanilIty
    tbth-, Captain II. F. lhighlas. Iof D)y- se i. vill ,,unt teac'-h inn theiilavtonta -hoo,-
    Wfl MooRe Ba. e line of dnre toni, and Mrs. Ida handerr. of well, n it aill during this y*.ar. Miss Kinmgstoiin
    e Mich. The eema ony wasf i t rformnned by s till ntanins her plav.e temlorarilhy.
    l- MIhiad ilr. Rev. Cha. Douglaw at hi- lhoue. Rev.
    Douglas is a second cousin to the cap- Mi..O Lnior,,-. whoi has I-nt visiting
    Wi5 4 m4W Wmtl with Mr. and Mms .I. A. lDouighass for
    .-t tome weeks past left Tlnursday morning
    Reports from teimeervmindin country for Folkston, Gin, wine sihe will visit fqri
    i u |llS D COnRO are to the effect that lakes and streams a while iefoereturning to her Iow int et
    ro e t M I dbare hank full. and much vater in the flati Bartow.
    -1. tin d woods. Proibatly at no time during the t
    w MbW i mlII past flft+.-'n yvearis i s th0n- i ni e ln iui -h iiIn n'" ,apt. H. F. louKhla and bride varied
    water over the back nollntry s ait ho Mnt. oin the, evening traitm of last ITk
    L. pannit!nt.11 11 ,and nntow at htome to thi ir ltnfriensl ant
    tin Sornier of (iPalimnettoi .v'eille and 4'eduar
    Editor 1). E. Thompsmn, of tie St. s-r..t. Mrs. loimglahts il.nighter. Mi-s
    A uiusti ine Its**ord. wa in lanytonta Tiles- |iZ ('Chilltiil.r. is \ itih tinill.
    day and favored tit w GAi ETTE-NF:W-. tfr
    flte with a i very plea msalnt 1. Thein' r it il l I, -* a. ,eit ris li t-itldi
    Recordin i4 ti wt l Ip plaer St. Amtnustnline Th,.l, ,.i l' l i \.,n in,
    hat ever had auil we trust thi lI- 1 te natm l Suntay Tornin.
    that city apip 't-iate it. It tI-i. -1. fit 11 s wl k. The offfrinig
    IB p twill 1- "-ntitt t ilt' -I- tlvigilm Mislisitlunait
    S,,many friend l of Dr. 11 l-). D ,I n SiSt, ot t ,f i 't ,,oi~n;'gt'iioi"inl tlun- i
    hp tabe grieved to learn that he i ad an, List yea+r thie Coi ligenatioinal Sunday.v1
    sll stroke of paralysis i-auned iby an s.liools om titl I 'nit'id -talt's contributelt
    S.o I of blood on the brain. at Iletlit. i1 .t totn I.iM-Itin;,aIn. \ir-k ill hiiian.
    Se vb whee e has m len doing lsllital work. r "-orili*s well known "" **T'wlan"
    At ALst, but little hopes were entertained- has men draeimatie v Chas. W. .Chel
    foretis w overy but at prest, t p and will lie llonent'ed fornn it tir..st tint.
    0mlnmom 1101 peits are a littlebrighter. in thincity ly Mainang-r Aidti.nt ltni>l.di-t.
    ot fI ** ** l ImkeCity will exhibit. an a luriotity at at t tle(jpra flotini otn Novemiiber 2mitl.
    Ste State Fair. an alligator skull from a Tihe leading managers wlo have seen it
    o* she Veo S saurian that was killed four months agro plronloulne it a most wont-inl.'fnnl piie-e t i
    WOK G A. Ii WT and menwa nredn fifteen feet five imlnews. The work. Tih' actors have- l,.',in most t-are-
    .'T. C* t skull is huge. Ile never left, wa far ans finllyv .let td ani thn' s-en.vy and h-.-tii-
    S- -odsf front anyone knows. tihe onid lie wa' kilet I mal 'ffts ae all e.' i'i aiat"itol' i
    a a sheet of water with ai aln ieal of at Itt to ""h.hm',a iln>iii tial.. aitl la-.lung
    U j11. fort y at'res. manu thu" unole-utststtlers i-ann -.'e- snaa-*c1'-4s.
    iMiiled Oats, per I wmrtyr seeing him *-isio mlly a i i
    vwk. age .............. ......... mem er eing h Satu.ayevenni Novlr 2n ..
    L5op' BrevkfaMt Foold, The po-tottlie at Orlando wa-t eniterl.1 Aiden litneit t will pres'uit at tit- Olpl-ra
    kage........................ one night last week and roblied ofstaln 's nI.C (Cias. W. Cilas's version ot I ran
    rieWheat F.kur, per Af... and money amounting to alout i 1.,1i 1 t'rilli's -Tlhima.'" T'lhe action o thei
    r t& The matter has hmten kept qtii-et for the play is lahidl in Norwnly and is a most ri-
    traied Honey, per purpose of calpturilng the thief. Th' fr'sling lamatit nov'lt. i.-ing 'ntirl-.
    josol. e 0 ttodi t t offi -ianls ar iluiti retie'nit. ai nl dii 0llite nt from ny otil. r Iplay e.-rtr p11,
    Strained Howey pereven now will nott s i t nv thinn i on-ert ,111,ed ii., I n il s ti.. + I h igs tt0
    uIn u p* ern.l, t-in-'t robluihe 'v alth ommhI ant 1 ihit0' Inait. is an v -'rY rea listi,- s,-t.n s,. ani ti lh d 'I. til 0l
    poor o ur when you at ll anll eililoyee of t +he ele t tri t lial ht lant. tI t' I I 1i g n tint,. l,, ni,,li lt will Ili-,in
    a,,-skoarn ttt'd tTl" Friday innig hit last fIm-t iulgin h a s l*et'ti (slt' a'' I'S i si til
    U I e? 1tileh effort of ('Ihiefl M marshall Carter. T he it anm x* -,ll nti Iiit' tn e,. I,. lmIn n i t 1 1n,".- -
    sacks. p..... b party now under arrest and in jail is hav it Iu.ii as- iante,.d it ih t i..
    S ...................... one W. E. .alfounr It in said that he ntiana is.
    lN ......................2.7. had at least 1i worth of stanls in su lnt ,t thi .1
    ............2:. his valis'. Mea Itmnil will i i.- I i T ,. t i d ,
    "'" am. .aunrn v sin.ationt ofi n tha' H anshingt .t ti i i.t.itin. h,> ,lii I ,.
    G*lll Au F InU aut oil, i
    SN MI,--thn, li-.t Epi-i.-'oep.il 'ntr'.>!i. rn w iva-
    u d. ....*a f, u ale at a .i- -* a'. I-t,, s-s. ntii lIr to yo,,i, I.i

    ,nom lish d In1'g0 i' tItman.I a.Itl hi. hii'ek n \\ it in
    Mr. S.- hautz f.r tInl y'llvars.
    A4 .-lhrAl woman. iy thIe nlinm' iof
    M;tanilor. was arrested last Satu,-rday for
    steal mn- six dollars from F. G. l.imilItr-r.
    Slie hali a hearing Iefore .Itsti,'e Wil-
    lianms and was rl..a.4nse.ld on hail.
    A.damn S.-hantz is stirring up thte park-
    a i. front iif Ins rent purnhas e. after
    'I-tnvering it with ilahwk soil.and is sowing
    it with what tio make a green lawn for
    tlie winter and horse fodder in the spring.
    - Station Agoent illateh left yesterday on
    a hunting trip to lowkledge awl among
    the Evergflades. ('. A. Maull is taking
    his phlawe during his absence, whit'h will
    le aboui t two weeks. Mrs. Latch will

    Thli latest reports from lhkl.and state
    ihat iMr-s. Frank E. Itond is considerable
    w\ore. and all ltlhoie for her recovery has
    Io-ell ail>ai ilnt in Editor IBl.ikhulrn. of Mianni. was a
    lpasse ngir o)in Wednesdhay's northbound
    train. en route to St. Augustine and
    Their dining room of tile Royal Poinwi-
    ann. at %West I'almi BHeah. with the
    additioii nn t li s ha ien niadethis summer.
    will lhiv. a s ..nting" e'aI;t-ity at one time
    for l.i0) guests. This is now the largest
    res -t hotel in the world.
    Qinit a:t meriiis aneident 'v'tirrnd on ait
    hand l ar a few nmil'+s north of Titusville.
    last Fridayv. by one of tihe t+mn g getting in
    thle way of the lever. within the -reult that
    Inen man had a finger almost cut off,
    while a second had his jaw bone broken.
    They were both painfully wounded, and
    the sufferers were sent to the hospital at
    St. A.ingistinl'.


    Neowtn. ,ot. 1T;.-Thirten colored
    tariiil.ers w'+ arr.'sted here alotit 2:30
    o'.lih-k this nlit oning iy a pot see. led
    by Sherliff I',iry. They were ganibling
    in 11 shaik hnel wlvlien tcnuigirt. Sheriff
    Perry ilhas reen'itly received numerous
    vonniuilaints from ieo|ie residing in thle
    vicinity of Net)ngn of the gninbling. rows.
    anld ilironiisiuoli sthoit)ting itndulgedl ill
    Ity tneg.oes working in this neighlior-
    hoxl. A. \eek awo t ia shooting dunel ie.-
    t e ln'grt fat 'ti"ins eIidanIgIeremd tile
    lives ift h'it I,'an an I l revsidtlits and tat llised
    lit i trn all tn t I.' Simh riff to sullpqln .s the
    diangierots [iractiue and disorderly con-
    dm,'t. Btisiness called the Sheriff South
    anl he was unable to visit the locality
    ieforit yesterday. Iast night, ac ont-
    iitni wvnt to tih s.-n- of the recent disturb-
    anli.s. He v as Innt lhy Constable utiy
    Whliiti' ainl Mr. Hlt-ydein, who was de+pu-

    Itiz.i .s tuni' of th.' polss '. lThe various
    a.mnp- in. thli- i.inity \+rner visit'dl and
    I+v, :.u t niln~ "-e'ini-,l Ij iti annld o lerly mun-
    til ti..'- i ,ra ih, ,l lim 'in l ianl, ailislit 2
    <>', k IlS Ii ,r IIw I F. Fro I a sl ,ark.
    ktiii\\n in i-; "T- n ranii.i" atnli' mouils
    tlhat ,at1in'Il ti l Sl'iiff's party thiey
    I\\iT ontil thi rinhtI trail. C'iepl tinl llp
    ,iii Ith,.i i. -ir i ld thiroi.gh tint racks
    in It li trd itiiliL_ a. nl is-h-li.l. ais a siulist-
    }ihi!t- t '-lmint -IIn>\\'s,. t %%rii tty-t \ o ul'itgnm'S
    Iil lith.-i l narIts ntl Ia taull'., r'1i'sing-. s\VIar-
    ;:.iiml ainilini,;. A.te-r \\iatiching tihe
    -..*i isfr a few minutes nSheriff iPerry as-
    I-.tn.'il Ins n'men, placing Mr. Heyden at
    *t,1h' i'ni rannne,. Collnstalle White at a win-
    idoi. INlpulty Snowden was lent to a

    it w00.;'- ltiir ani;Iti the Sheriff pio ted hinmsielf
    . t lihiiiani in lii. Tinhe all waxs opie.I
    I\ lIh-Jimily ,NShlt-iii SiinivIn. Iwhon elnit.med
    lit t' imann \\ .t1,! his slhotigmn at Isis
    sliholier ira;itn l mon the group of gamn-
    Milrs. "Sit still, anil nt one will get
    Imnrt. TIh' Slihriff is after this -nowdl.'"
    sa.n14 out l'plauty Siinowdein. For an in-
    stanti tile nit'grtot'S sat is if stnpitied by
    tlie alinotiiti'liirit, illn another s+*t-olnd
    they i xtiingniislii'l the light and slnIraMg
    from the ta;tle. A jet of tinr streamed

    visit with her husband's nparmnts at from th I-'eii'ter of ttw roup and a loud
    Ito "-k ledge.. it-port aiuconipanied it. A Imullet whistled
    bI Ith-pintY Sno deln's It'ad. but ite didl
    Sallie nSmith. an .holore wtman, was rotI i tun, tl dt -andeotliumll
    t ktn to n-i nn ellrand iit t I'ata e.niria.i i. l, l v
    t-nkt'n t l. ,,to Il. la ,fSal lri ny' i I nigni' inn ll th+ ibut dnr-iing the. next ft-i
    Shnritff 'Tlur t e r. i here n 'ai illa l f ght
    ndl found to insane. Slhe. us sent with iah, other in a nmad attempt to
    to Chattanhoo.he. She has h,.'n in thi re -h one of tine exits. i'ms. T reort of
    employ of T L. Rogers, an ilhas showm pistols inglel with the oathe of the
    -igins of religious insanity for some time. fea'r-,-n.rze'd nn'mn. Finally the entire
    1'hei. many friends of Miss N'llie Jones -rowtd 1 it.nIad.d for time .lntrainic guanlrdedt

    will hear with de-p regret of her death,
    whi'h oi.nurril at 'Lynn. Mass.. Wednes-
    lay of last week. ,of consumption. Mimsn
    oness was th' daughter of the late G. (G.
    Iones. wiho at one time lived at New
    .Amyrna. NMiss Jones hand just returned
    from a trip to Europe, when- she went
    for the lInietit of her health. The+ family
    had many friends in Daytonma.
    Mir. and Mrs.S. E. BItlliard. of Daytona.
    who an o ar on a ruist- oin th-ir ywaht Ella.
    arrived M!ondaity andi 1 paid a visit anshiorte
    to NiMr,'. and Mrs. i'ron-ht.i. Tlie Ella is
    liamitls nit.-l. aul a tnomfortal'ly litte-d .an1 il
    fillm-' lln i 's'i l li4tinu isn i t inlll all ot niII m i ni au
    trIe'+ ;t. ,', nifirtathl' as ;at ,limit'. M r. I'.nl
    lard is- an llirva;rd anin Iromini lI t-tin..
    mnd Mrs. tnllard is oilun \tratli;n,,. Th.i\
    sail South to-day.-h-iikl,.,igs- Ne.\\-.|
    MIr. and Mrs. S. P. Ire'eni anl four
    -hililren arrival from Itrooklyn last Sun-
    lav and will lend thl- winter ill the
    lan,\~srthy house on Rhlgel'wood. Mr.
    *irtn-,,'s sist.er. Miss J. Loi. 4 -ivn, arrival
    nro m Cinv.lainltd ''Imrst ayn and will spenid
    tIhe wiinter with thnt. Mr N.i.

    1y NI.%1. ,ll,,t'i li and ll hy fotr-e of numleri-
    swelpt him asitd,-. II' 'alled to I til.- Sirt-itt
    that iw iwas lhot awld sunk to tiegromind.
    FIp to this tinm the Sheriff and his inI'In
    had not fired an slot au were elluctant
    to do so. hut tim shooting of MIr. Hleydeni
    cliian Zd tItheir iiintntion. ami an ia'gro.
    wlho duahasi )il sntimnidiately afterwards.
    was tin-d at by svluherif 'Perry. and, as het
    tirn-t-ed tlis- tornier of tie hlims, by lep.nt\
    It is, nitt kini\Wn whio shot him. dult hi.
    '-,'.0-iv-1i an lo sl in his airri. W hen thin
    t -ni- oil tsII l .- d i .-I a littlIt. i .O ne nre s its
    I e. buit \\,.r l.- ihiicaffil. atn l tht' ,- h.lerii.
    l>; l> ,-l ,, ,.i 11,% ,li.r l nh 11 ., 1 0I., I.

    tSik i ak- t4im4n 1nt os Ins Idext'Iity in
    lIatllin g ianits. TI'l- s-nero, had itien
    -hiolt undnr th-' rightt Nshoulider. Hte 2was.
    kill.-l Iyv oinie of his companions in tih
    i I.-, aus llthI-. i, indl! \\aIs intlicteld by a
    I i .-ir pi, .t, i .ll
    MN 11.-.u s in ri nI\.'l tier. attonehii .1 ti,
    ainl t \\.i ii,- ii tiI thatt hi.- knil-' lina It-un

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    Moore Bros.

    0P Perfumery and Toilet Articles. p
    TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BALAAM-25 cents a bottle.
    SoaBch traee. & I V DATTONA.o @20 A.

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    NiK Pfor Cooking, only
    IKeefer Pears 40 eents a peck.

    Almanaga Grapes

    iPAt AnPlA Foreithereationg or cooking.
    ic Appl S 60 cent a peck.

    Fresh Yellow Corn Meal: Graham Flour


    * CowNmeAN BeechIT StY"T and PBe ARveAne.



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    Perfumery and Fancy Toiat Articles.

    is thI' tlanughter of ,ilo ,.-t.tniii-.l to\\ t 11t -I ,*" .,,., 1 i tI an nl-I i'' hs y sv s n ,f thie
    ..lIi.. and MIrs/.i T'. I lam k.-r. \ h. '. T ",n a,, I li.gi's it ni re-
    il' l iil inial an hl ,uia 1ini-' h ,ntin .n 11 im l .l h*.t i-'- t ntt n t ~ ith10.


    ( sI,.; ::, [i',.-i .\ I ,., t, i' i, '. 's t- SIt. Anlg -
    An,, .ffort is tun fot to hohl a f.1stiva(l i1,,. nn I(l a n,.. 0.0o11 t .i
    ifo -,r of thI' l. htnll f ol Ilayt,- a bl { ,i II :. 1n u iI tut t ii.---t on
    h...l, i.ity on or alioiti .linn iuary lst. T I' 1 ,h ,.i ,i ,, Il .t., 1 ti. i n I
    i-t> i tIm .naieln- \- in. f th ,I a. I -g- .i
    nIl--n'r i.s In,,s '+ ti-i- l nimit0{nr t\" a ttny { anmil t1

    li.'I that ntsini's-s mieni tnill ttrit I '
    il.hrally towartl-s thie pl'trhlla-set f itir-
    t\i k. et'. A floral iarald'- w%%ill bI' iN bhi



    DR. .1. M1. JONE.S, proprietor, u-ani be i',nsult-i professionally during busios
    hot-ui; otHe hotunrs. Sunday, 9:t00 to 140:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.

    SCHMIDT'S VILLA Overlooking the Hlialifax River
    Tiliehitml tco,1UimttAnds aitmos 1t attrau'tive view in every direction and no iner

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    Broken gflasi on the streets is- again Ik'"Boy's suite at Moore lIBro.. from i Mr. Foot-+ Sr.. and sister arrived y.e-
    troubling the bniyvlists. 50 centss up. terhi.ry from the North.


    Dr. and Mrs. Van Valzah have moved river Wednet.my. ry
    ovinfron Seabreewe and are hoarding at Everything prlomnisw n +exceptionally
    S an lDorn House. wgtMid winter for Fhlorida and especially
    The orange crop of the State is esti- ftor the East Const.
    mated between 1,600.000 and 1,700,000 I). I). Rotgprs .et iitneild tol Daytona Wiel-
    boxem for this seammn. nesday frin tithe West. whliere ,s has Ibeen
    Tle fhneof the addition to the Grand spending tnu n""unn
    Atlantic is up anadwill beentimnlyenrk-ltted 1B1.n Livingston and Farnk and Carl
    during the coming week. Sparks went |Issulm hunting We ldnesdtay
    7ie attendance in the Daytona sm-hools nightd 1a1 r"tin t ttwo).
    at presnt is as fbliows; White scholar i('llector DItuglass is busy this week
    196; colored seholarn 165. | making out lici'nst- tax. Thien. an about

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    iIII WETE.[WS1 he OAKS
    ~~ e~wry. Saturday. BeentifUlkIV .%'Io lig~ o

    EDW. IGhERAIJ), l'raumicit.
    NO W ()PEl NI"N 'I GiFEST.-~

    $1.50 per Annum. Strictly in Advance.
    Single Copy Five C*.utn.
    display. lOt per Inc-h Ech lhtartion.
    Rmaderr, liep wr Line Each Ine-rtion.

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    A nCI' e ecliure'. feitdlI11eil1ed? i u
    acer. newvfiei-ei cr.thIc uli

    Rat~es R. i- ts, Inla IIde..

    -Mrs. Geougde Silverniz. Pirolp


    E. s arke'.'. was at Visitor tocolPalatkai

    Co~el. l'voit iii14ea Jtflying trill toe Jjaq,]

    G .'*j i ll;i i r.II-lIP11 fromh New ),4)1.irk

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    SI -I iver l ci. .e;th lil n el i eiei c-t 1 .1 f0l- tfil' I
    \\ hi fr.
    the mask's l iunda;iting fiar Then he :t is ill. ii ,.,1 1:,.-it ,%,aln ., ill hlave ; 1
    I-Coummiunkicationts on live topic 0o glainced up. It was tI I ame., there N.. I Ilir.iie:i, ii iih ill, Wvint ri .lhi -I
    kwall internAt solicited. Anythuig Iwer could lte no doubt. A'J i l::.l It sctie.i \\ lih .,. lit e 1 '. I i, 1\\ n, [I i1 tiIh e vt i
    tainigtolMer monalgrievents or quarr Ii-Incredible. She was net i .-re than '.i,-<, thhai 1 1i- I,,i otI li.vi.,;, ;,uea loi
    will not le publishAd except over the eighteen yea:r ol,l. and .: v 1 1', 1 ;,. 'i I ;t c i. ill. in, 1 r..' 1t i;; i, nls.
    writer's itgnature, and at our regLlar I pensive and wistful. :".. :, i ti
    advertising rate. have forgotten his prese.-:: ti, I : .OLLY HILL NLWS.
    absorbed in her H L. : iHI-N .:: E!W i. I '
    __ iderlrgs. staring at the ctntt.ep. ece v.' I
    thou ghtful ,irk .t -,i i. li l ... C,-. i1 --l n Ti l,-,l.c '
    Entered at the Pl'otoflce at Davtoina. "Mrs. Lafurget te::s me." lie s':t 1 su,.- \Ir.- I 1 r iI a1n MrI-.. :I. 4h. I:rris ald
    FlouixJs.a, ee nd1 C.ae Matter. denly. leaning i .-..r.l Le-. i..: t 3 itt ,i.ii. .rI ,l cl .I c c r. l iiaki .il c.i.l' ,i'lls. I
    iave only Ju.t nw to- i ttIn, .u" \\ II. I,.-aith is I,,c.iil'y ,.i -r;i. Sue btarte.l and I-.;:.I r; ::t h:li.'i. i i:. i hi a l.ilh i'.li- I e in k;n rad.ly ti l
    He even set n''.I to l' Ssufay, *Oct. '9, Ill. with their look o: s.-.ip -urpris.. I' r Our oIi,.lc lIlih tihlli>l tih frinitI ic i
    a moment she seeii dj ('t :.i.usedI. tli.l'. l cc clM. II r-. i tilc rci c iiioliti ii fiirllh ll tol
    0 o o$0 000 )*0 **" f she .Fid: o- f 1. 4 1.l ;1 i t 'Ili' Itlic iiciii.l ,ti-lI. I
    S" Y 'es. I. itl I am nr'i:.; to st:iy for tl, !!-. l1i :,i.ili i. li-i\ 111ili ;ia111 .a rt-" ; '.i \ .
    R TD 0 winter. .MIy brotlei.- is Lt. -* ;.It t, ll. I. i.ik ni a 1 .i r n'x iill: il. l e i.idl n. i.
    *-I D l I I lr I. L / ~ I have come to lo,. tlefter L;n ii. A' 0 i. Ijl, '"c ,'--cl; I r.,t .ll. ; nue cliilc l. f l., I
    orphans. inill \ l il' i c > rI'iln ll ii .
    lY /I M I A l 0 avini gcivra her exp. laali:lion n W C Ii ir Itii i li .,>,'11 iniag r. ,,, i P
    D /0 I / I U1(yL L .. louie.J awav andsl o.,;ii l It ;leutit l,; i i. ; I ;1 r o. ,.ff I f.-t 1 1., V hI s
    B A I I MOLE l trit- is :. ..i.. l -
    ,-' .I \ -I ,l, I,. 4l t.i i I I II If r I.S,
    A a8 yof a a KZ uer&d'. c A t* "'You will be at !-; ::il.- n ;.iy ,1, i ,, ..e ,I l. i, ti t, l. Ic lii
    F ad Dinner Paty. ter." be lt aid..:o r.;ii.l to .ia..e 1.-i' .,,. r,,,.uil \ ,- ,! ,| g _--t ,,ec ef 1ie.
    o.o.o.o.- talk "Ytou are atlkl of society. I sr 'it 'rle ,-i, Ill-:.-l ',, i t ; : i l Ci
    *, 0 llpose." ;Iive' c i t I,' ~ I t 't I ie a a .\,0 c o 1n :t 1
    Carrot Frere had gone to the Irencl: She was siloat for a lr;tef lsp:e( an, ".' icr '.. V i lein .i.-i ai n lil ik ,.
    bala iaque. It was all very weai:otuo then answered as if rit:.e-;;an;ly:: I c -'.:il .
    to h i. He had been to dozens of such "'.No. I do:'t cart fir :e : .:" -
    bb t before, and be wondered n II tJougJt a:i t g: ::s I-vei
    dancing. pirtie s.. Ils."::!1 lie t.) c is,, 1Be Sre o Rend.
    Wat be had come for. It was not v-- ii t ,tly vat::: I T i-I hittoknw
    SdM bees wben be was a boy. It wa.- "Othters i..;:o.; l ,. t.'" Sieilien'l iill1 ale-il ui-ieiire, 1ii'I- luy 'I
    p. e tag l t a nuslance. and yet he "You I ket iti... ,li..:- l: f l 1lt ;iir siii r li-l lile if 5lilyI for liii i t
    Slad. wearied and disgusted. yawi n: She turnutl if ,r .c. uia hiv i ;.:. -. sn set-lf. g,- I t liII iii.i vhhiiih i:art iie'- i
    Stthe tears came in his eyes. v.ish with a d.eep sigh: Vi1' d ..iiiql h I i\ i n lii tin i dli tl tli- 1110 i
    W Ikhf welf elsewhere and lingcrinu "Oh. yes'" eci-rn l is- il. Il.iili Ti.- 111:111 \\t.
    nab n la dre ry Isolat.on. If thel re' a'. n t, ::ny' h : c c \vt:ei e h ii i'ii:i|ilclriz, l4m cIr 'l \ ihili ,)-
    re came of a sudden a r.:gh. c firn h:m ini his Ii lie-f It!;ha tIL.< :.. : I;t ,:il ctoi-cli.i \\ilh liti, s or wiil
    g qlverlag sigh. almost a ro:. Car- girl was one alfit he tle: i. Ii. t .'cili w 1, l lil- ia .i.. questil,,ls. \ hl.4il-l. a ille w t ,! :
    WU was ssiCrtIO bt-he madeD n S':1. an he had see:i at Ithei ba;l h the sei w.:; F 11 iliiioirltaiiiln. iiist tfinld oiI 'lwhi '
    Sw as sehon e an o t t a!e that wase n ,;;-X-%. .1 it Ie .1 I ;pJi tIXI1 al4.K lie olht tI i h;i\. s.l'll't
    hTh was some one In thae box. c.ei s ear. plaintivviy v t ft and i.i :l: th,- ih ic...I.s ki-l Ithi by lii. i
    , a eL Witboet moving his head be Ca- .- holy, heseemed ; ;-4 .t :'I ;t li. lo., sid.l.
    a da leace through the gat.ng cut ; of t Ing through lthe r hidg.'ll ti:I: ;at tict Thel iai;n % li o e\i-l-.s toi know lit'r;a
    i ao ners of hits eyes. Then-e w:ws L- masked iguile ::indl iC' e t :iit i r.g ;i fin .i ii ci It-.lo' ot,1 itI i l i.y out illn i-11il, i0
    e4 Ia tht there, quite clcse t hr Full of c uI;'. il, .,i ts. hi.- I rat.. :t' i 1.n wl: l ;ESI liiii w;Ih it l .lsn:r :
    Sil. ge b em ut have moved f:'cm thic back in his i"e.;ctir l"o i. k. ..i a. 'I t t y it i (-1 '.1eiii ilt. ?ll l it--
    b t lf the box s'e e be had core, for momen t tihe lhi'ly ni lo'.,i -:r r tl: r :; kd, I,.t ii1 iut ( h I,<. \\ii- ;1i !hir l, i I
    he was certain that ahe was not their. ed toward Li1.i w% i!i :: i.;;. i... g i '. r.;i,| .i *in;il I 1i. ,lo s i,, ll
    q ale a d pai The n s L ''1 mark whlich r',| .;,i l t; "e "I : u.c 1' r 1., -.Il t- I .. an .i k, ,i l i \\ ilil ti,-I y
    W e Th" teook his seathfu <:r l r:;. x ::.-b* io Tl i:t ef.,:.: ,I i -a
    M e evM lently had not noticed Lim farther u 'tl, .-lal l ,, i ,. I I i ,, ,., l ai,. t.
    ha believed herself unobserved. In i mei u tin (ie' '.-a-;, :::l .i i !. i i .'p 1 'L .!, i i: ;t
    ri r glance Carroll had seen that sbh lianty. Ir inui :t i.:::1 ;i : i .:i :,i :i .;i s..-, i .
    viWe a black domino and mask of the when his oip|uritr .1 <:i-;':E l: r., i ;1:. .-:1 l, li. tl -l I l,- :' "I', l
    Slinagt klad; that her hands wen about lhen i was ata ii A -Ir 1.11iW : :! : i 'i\ l ,\\ ti ll. 1i.: ; li !l-;i;;,inli ,
    elapsed In her lap. and that she appear- The girl gos:d l:in i,.. v .. .i, "'.; .1I::i. ,. A\:1., I 1ii i ,. i.,-
    ad to be lookhla at the dancers. TLey sunk in lI; tr br ,i<'. i i,. I c- .; \ l ;. i .i' e --,;i .i .i,, li 1iL,: uii-i "
    eV o t s ee her. he thought. out a we ord of ve ;.I'n;:. ,' .t! e1i.! .'' :. t'e i,.;i ,I I.', "i. ,i "" ,: ; I.i iii
    He tole another look at Ler, nnl a leaned to\wainr i '.r :.i!l -;.:u]. ;i..!i .. i n1 !lii h ;i f i, i : a -l.-i i i '.,!
    Se did ao s he sighed again-a f ,pr: .. ,: i- : _-
    wear the a and pain. Theu n Le iop etd "hoi'lat were you dl,.t e ;it !;.-k.t- *;:,< I le .. l i ii. \,-i e c :.,i .. Ai., Ic
    a4d, takln g up a fan in her I -.p. bed'a ball ou Thursid.i\ P *a*'i. -:t"" l i' i ;:'. .. li, '.;i. n. li ne. ,t. i o
    I *o a o len ly fan hertwelf. The Cap ot She turlncl I. :" liu t a.i;ie'w \-i'!: ,;i- t lNe it i
    e =a*tIk moved In the faint winnow out moving. Le \Is : ui. ... \\.." -----
    Ul air made by the fan. rose a little. Ing for an aunswti. At, r :" f, v --t, ole Iletu fu i.
    S IAell. iddenly.at at wider sweep o ds she said: V111 ie 1 ci- iii;" ci 'iii'lf, i;>.
    o the tea. the gep cured upward hi "I had to go." wrlit- s al l 'i:1 '-.cSl-;-l" 1. I hil1d icl' o0i1,r |I,
    a Mwave. atd CarroUll tw a portiO L "You had to go?" he repeated in sur, ttllilty of lioi,1-, lltn *'xt'l 't. lZihit.rn !
    S Ma oth, w W C heek, the corner of pilm. tiuu shou .. *'li.ny..s !y ('si,1*h,1"tI,
    ar M th, and eal It. toward the "Yes. I didn't know i\ iat e a a ma brown mole. I found out that C'harla--it!it'.s In% 1f a ;I ilcalo u,0 11ii rolti' 111 o'
    AM lalm ltanh eously she ratlsed her brother-had gone. i t \ieae s to i len- t in lal lncltii- '.1. i p '.1i- 1.ikt; c ,'rT\:i. iII ll
    S yes a sd t aw him looking at her find him. aud aanywaY lift'. AI-nl Ih:i-v. i cii 'I.. i it l*i n.e1 e i i .\ -'T.1% I
    t ar the grating. She dropped the only got aunry wi:h n ile 1.' st;' I :: Ii i l' "l li-e1whd;: w
    a a nad nade a grasp at the edge of always interfering. But it i-i'. tlhIt. i i" alui'-t, l"r.i;'n,, I l,, lIti t l t dcil
    i e aaak. Through the two silts for There are ouily s two. :;!(I \v'we liiave ft i l-*i.s \.ei l. e a ii'n. ijn
    S th yes C Uel allsaw bers, and. though to take (are Sb c t teU whether they were take f arei of h:ci.i 1 ,1 h. -l ..i I li..w ail 1 e '-- e I t i I.ei .. ..e il !iiiI ii't I
    g at or dark. be saw that they wern it was a wr ton pi,-, f,,r l laii i-> i.li i e l e c; c ie .'- I I oil i-
    i oat terror. The thought flasheit i but lie wasi already gticn. S. o I ii::. t rlci '
    Wh eg i s |lad. "I w.ll know hel go after him It w oull I I::l;', ,',! t :, ly. I i -i.';ik to J.,.ln." f'il
    ahiW aad he knew that she bad if be was not so young. :nld ,.-'s li\il ^" '"I "\'. I.s ii,1n. I. ,111.1 l woln i1i
    thbag the amse of him. The next in the country all his life. Anid lhi ii ir eid 11O-w ii :lttl lr ice r blike wi ,lel
    Maa@t bhe had withdrawn Into the to suddenly come to the city. ;ml i,, -all 1 1 I his l;1.
    bac *of the box. Carroll went home forgets about the money--tiat w,.'v, ".h'" u";al i". frbi'l, "'it is liost
    ag abolil t her. only just got euloe.nl-h. I'.erhi;ia .-Ii jlsto0Inl- ci;i le.. I .:i iv$. i ,y l:1nl ii., r.1
    A tow evien tn later he went to a afraid that he doesn't ien to kiI.iw U l:Av' Iut I *ll:'\ I*" 11I;t l ii
    i er at the house of a fashionable' very well how to take .ar, of lii .lf will il'rov. .l<:ii, I l.i nti...-ru .
    biAh wbo wau a relation of his. Just like the others. int ihlivey'v lii\.l i that11 ht e tvr lunn.v i i,,ve.i ,a t n I cttiti l ,
    BIbm diater abe came to him and the city all their lives. a ld. soit is ii" lv' i ou lltsc11. ly l i ti.' lirii'. till
    lgM : ferPnt." "l llilh.'" hI
    Ca l I have a favor to ask of She paused nnd looked ;!t lti'i willh i a .I*lt t k Ih, lnlt. ncil lit*ir Inil 11. t.
    ye My iece. Helen, a little country sort of pleading apology for thil t,;l; w' fri.l *-1 lor' f lIilhfilly s i'l'l' \
    thM, hi la town for the winter, to stay boy. Then she wenu on:
    W th her brother, who s Igoing to col "I've come fro nt our home to tali, A n lqnllr o f I e *'*r al n p.
    I- lA e is ander m y w ing and is care of him The others have mothers- t ^ lllii*^(, t o y i. ls *t a l |' *
    poems sad bashful. I am going and brothers, but lie has only mse. s '. Imlp'ovumeut on a (;r.e..inu in...ntion
    -_ yesy to take her in to dinner and haird to keep from making hni angry whh.ih ist .ai inito it l" uiiiug lhe i
    he kad to her. She has seen so litt!h and yet to look after hi .ls.ud 1, re,-i;rh. f I'I leiies l'il:l'l cele'^. *"e ,. e s eety. 8he was here a mom.nl went with miy old iu:se'. 1 L.t'w If I *i*ttl..l,.e s. 2(- I 221 .. i "lhntae i Hi'.i
    ag hut has run away aag in for soie- could find him I tould br ,'g lim l.:i.ni'k "'hi,'h ic atr e ill!ii;l" i itl Ia ii"i'i,- s..
    tha or other. I will Introduce y'u with me. 1'e got tlh mflisK.s liandl d.iii iS Chrlri. el 'rlei lice- I i'c-e.k 'cierlle,,,eoc le
    herwhes ahe come hack." nos from a man neanr the door whito 'le Carrll assured her that be woeid had them to hire. Then I went into j tc rlei'. i le-, o ;v.tl i a wie'l" lic is n I
    Sdmlihted. which had more tiutli that empty box and waite' till hlie !i Ihr f Ac..iii'itee Te-re in it
    h it tha iS remarks usually lave. came by. because there was su.h ha Ihtli-uti n *ut 'li>f til e ie'..n Il use tofh
    It would be less trouble to talk t a crowd, and the pl'p.. couldn't t s..e me 1 lc lee I 'ii;i, e," t li,'e si.veiif s to t'e'lul'V
    I i is Ulike this tia to a non- Soon after you hacd gone lite >:i>ss.edl. pi-iI f te ie a S .titi. 1
    ted veteran. and If she coueeldn't talk aniid Iethen I calnd. te li. and l'e n al,-t 'h; -i the ti ,lht-ss i'.ii e
    hel eou eat hIs dnner lie peace, eJ and we went o ." nld l:l*t whcrks if,"r rulsi w*'1"
    ht her prere th I e so deat It She hesitated and etoplwpd. then sail frtlii ilills lee I. ;1:I ti be,, replcac'tcd ,.- c'i
    t debatante. hurriedly: PJ'il es.
    Plesenatly., l the Ame eoent and well "When I saw you tonight. I knew .....lli tile' ,''ctl: C *a 'y rtht, li.

    11i111 111 iiI. [t e ;I l ;1,,:l i ;I 1 4t1lIg in) ,.
    bleod obulng of a i ler ortege ii't- you .igain. and I thought you would i;it. -I'igl' l I.
    ithiader way. a g gkI was given kno w me. I ran up stairs andl ptt this li twox'.et. ilfi-l u Pri .,ii :1
    himl to tak as b partner and rith piece of court plaster on lie it-le. I itlu eli, pe .,,s v ,.r. iil,,.l' lIy
    Whim Nhe boagnm t at the rear of the was afraid of your knowing int. Is i
    L procemia.a e hamily noticed was afraid you would think ladly of t -,. i, it. i ,I,
    heri. Brid ti l Wo not I h bl me for being there." t Itunl iiiin ..I. I
    ibe. He ft her aai had put limp- She was interrupted by the rising of t ;l
    Slif t a am d he wag lMally aware the ladies. As slite tirnlid to go sl it- aon. %*,e,'ch,". a
    h Sit her di w peak. She said paused and. looking at hium with wist (;,.'o rll- L I 'i ,t! ;l ml<.e*t"-
    Metla.t la Wierf to his remark ful itlquiry. said: Mr Tl,.,; Y:", v -.. 1 ,;' "'
    ab t the eak pa s la the ball a&& ")Do y.1u?!" .i.ie-. i'i .oI I ". ,ii I'::'. '
    m igatd blar. He looked at her without speaking. ;i ,cl '. ,,ar h ,, iT i '.'1 i
    S he was evideady a lremnely rar. but shook his head. I :1
    ie6 *at table, Cilaol unfolding hi As th e men se-ttild back into ftlir Ia t :iiu ticlr l.-I, ; I :i -
    0 a lai. -Id he -ii ptok candle, chairs ne of' tlc i rin. I. l>it :Ti g ('t ir-acI C'i11% 11 ,,,. I., .' *i ,1 i '
    fb- a- d 0th0 bo n to take his till standing g:i7Z.;!'in_- ':a ily at a t viu- I ... !-:. "h,.r:ii i -'; ,, it r\ .
    SWhea h lad ii ntshed it. be dow opiposiie,. eried lai hi:ii ly: : >::. ;''* it r v.' -
    nlef alboutlhotoalmnuledat a lady "Look :It the se'liti:iie'nl:11ist lost in '.11 i irre, :nn ,.I I : 'i" i '
    = S i ds aidnA U eMag to a man far- cot templatio- i of the .l'I ;. --vhl.i, to, I',, ,d ii, in I I,, i.-loi,.-, .,t ,,1
    r. 9l absently hreslhinin ('arrmil startel nnd. tiki-g hlis seat, ii,, I -i. tr I.:!\ ,; i .:- Ii. .. ,I.
    lln Wame with h i's --a. n ic-' anS ,ew< :',cI ,;uietiv: ".'1Mti:llni. it w'Il 'u..1; it 1 v.i ,' .1l i'
    1 e mn ath am1111o. 1Le itts s "Tes. I've l...n k king at a star." ;iiI;v you a l ., I ,,et ; :il ,.. e .i..1 ,, ,
    WIthb e& h em ln her lap. he" Is quite .'lnii I I h. :- It ii ta ,-,,'ta- II,
    ' ued. s xh aar y tarln t at thb PrtleellteILete D"'estroyed. Wliteh hatl o1lly ,nc clii I-,'clt-ei t' ,,"
    .q m i rIlW j tandelN o i .pa Or 'Walter S -ott once mnnile an Itin- other had Ieetn cit a.:cy -, i u l a r ,l,
    Mad Aa. sad near the com* erary of the borderse lu the course of..
    n | the -hin Wa& Is which be wrote a htwyer fr:endl in Ed-, ping nttler.
    -. W alM fotflek i et e tiaar Inburgh a close ard renlaFtic tf!ount i Good butter I; ,11 1 ,, ,1 t, for minyi
    IM- thima ha ... .' atever-tlhinh h hIarl nlh nhlaolrve Id ; I .. -.. M

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    ,,rlki iiL' ii Til--fit i On ;I S 1 is1i **.Ir i
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    ;iliel ;i eil, ;i.!'lri ii .l li eroke-. T ie- itir -li
    it.- ellle li llli [ji 1 1- t. 1 e ;i I ;"" i l
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    l IH4 slin- -. Tihv'rf no, jok ''his !
    ,li llo l \\I li> h-l S I 4'ii llit 'rei r I ...


    1' 1: NI: R 1 0I NT:, k I Tt )1,
    tand WALDEN.1:

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    lI'ee r I I Itl :I; Oi t 1- I .-C'. Sm ithi
    is ei;|il It. hli i -4i)tti 1 e. l. li I'llclh'lli-I rteet.
    M r'-. II \';a.- lI;s I eo r Ie s1 t;% \ |ile t
    r |ll;i ll- 1 -s i clh i 'i. i stt is Il ',ilcn ig
    e'r I lh -, ,i il l- ii 1i; t 1o1 I rli-'v. iil c nli ty il.
    itih I l. iil,.-ai if s.-ttli i Ig.
    *i. l.. M IIri. I \\;i a illn to li i st I \\,oc k
    illinl IcI tI li r iiee'r ii alints.
    '. S. ilH ris. i of. l Ila lv Hill. w' s.,it v siteorcI You can
    our vilh Ii.- l \vst ik. of th
    {itile-, t \ \'ie'..inll front of Iiilgwvoo l peopi
    till ;ini c r-lrae I 'hl r< 1h1. hli;as l c1n4 i 4 'l- iit|i can't
    e and il-> theli, chii-h li inl Ihall lohs. time
    .lr. a'ci is Iliruy paiiiiil ic the lbiiibliings
    hlonI iiig ito MIr. iufifliurry tat Iitita oni W E D
    ie' i- insili ilaI. any
    It. S. NS. I--lu. th li pol li saileiln if Lw pric
    1I' Ic II. Ro 'r.- I'Ipili IIl \ i \V-i" ill ti L\\ L It ma
    II- ii ti-k i ell n'lllr oiil clcir ii-i.lllc t .fts
    .on b
    M11"-. .I l i. \\. i- i- li' i'. hl r loe.a m uch

    Ir.i11l|iiil i M't i1 iIliiIl li:.s h ie l li c.r lil n it do
    ,\.-'e i l.ac-k fl'ioI te st1c- 44t' THE
    S 'ili, H)I1ii, 1-. 1i1- lif 1. I;. I, '.i'V it 1H EkII
    . PAITS
    .I.ni .iii .t -.', llUlmi \\,x irn tO \ li ,-.i cI

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    a, iln te \\' n M ,il:iVy inlI t',. k tlhe

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    r --1 \c'i,- t ; c' I.- tTa II II I I I
    i th ,' "' .tit of l;.r i,,ihl h .
    Il \ I'.i iilo lio i :i inr, !ro hr vi-itini', him .

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    ', tr nil ct e ,l r'|1 t );il n iii il i,-l sZilt' -
    l.' in ilti- it- l \ li'1uirci) tf epi'- .-

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    aiil;ti.'. S,;c ,lci'\ 1 *.'i"e \\'. 1ci \\'it|i ,
    1i"-.1 :ll, lit iei ., aill pli ya.llt ien l fit-i
    li \\''tRil.--I.i ci i0 l',','l feeclt i fili'l h e oftfie'S.
    irc-" ;in* l e' .-e rii'-- flire iihedl \\ihien lie e-
    --.I y. lt. 'ii if icrl.i. '.ilc". I. ?l elf-l ild -
    . -C s .-I s- i.i, tc d vlei. o M.ii;lg ir.
    ' I t i to II I'iIi;,,lui I 'hilIiI-; i ,o.

    I-A aM.MO asa

    n fool all the people some
    he time, and some of the
    ie all the time; but you
    fool all the people all the

    )ON'T want you fooled
    of the time.
    d paint will always fool you.
    ty look well when first put
    ut will not last. It costs as
    to put on a poor paint as
    es a good one.


    are made to fool no one. They
    are honest Paints for honest peo-
    ple. They cover most, look best,
    wear longest, are most economic.
    cal, and always full measure.
    bingham & Maley.


    (Aall :- i. 5
    ^ e* 25 one- 2.4

    A. Ceci. Barnett,
    Stenographer and Typewriter
    Is .....: 1 l~as l ._



    1. 'I'Iotushalt rnot go away front borneJ. .4'. l'ETTEPHER.. N11ANASUR.
    to d~o thyv trading, nor thy 6on, nor thy Ellectrlical Contractors.

    If. Thloiu sh'alt lositrtoniv-thy lireme"'llt N. viwLocr-iiSIKIAT
    -o-rvai ii. Aitlio till- jriniler. and thie'y ,'inll
    it r Iinizec t li. -. Make hai~ste. i hcreftore'.

    t 1. 0 shut~ wie i''iui t 1 tt # I I eeig. 1111 erinitee t.-I.e idl Atl cajjolyof ciii kiniiekof eleeotrilitil

    "uri';It lte Il" %_III" % 'lit IN' etve Special Attention to Marinue Work.
    fIlii 11111114- to) fe iliel Ibritead for tli-ir
    ,4 I)!t 10, I e,4. cS iafllat~ tlso 4ie-nidelr Sclenmioe Building. Daytona,Fla..
    Iiiln .1- tI'.l igcl vi~ love tilil. 1t 111 that

    IV. the e Plial fieit not ask cr~e.'et. eam thli
    I,'io~sc epsf iiih ie'l leiii,'and tieIle' rie'r- Davv'tona Ice Co.v.
    jhalit.' b- rain liis1111 ileec witheI .VfII ils.iui.li.' M VWICKI NG.. Manager.
    '110111`1111c'lu iiiei' Ia i' fewr bread.i, and11 hisi
    wife abliele tli lt flinefit l l- et.lack oeel uiviti- -I
    Ia jliinent cis id uinvie i it ihe'r sister. Biies.
    iepl1. '. X i.f-. tun .'lei c -V i ecltSI4. e;M ft'ie 11:11thilt g ~
    eu'.i ~tif.PURE ~IC
    1'. 'I'll iit fleet ni aisk fair re'ie-'die
    prieVs fe ir thji'i iiine t'hienel. I ir leE-iCld NMatch front Diut ihied Waiter. 1
    til- j.giiile' is ili Ithin., liear it andti ll-t h e' i r-:1
    '1i.111t re.1uce-1:t i it like il ilt olm-ni book. 1f4
    1Ile he ei~iio-t It t lice teo scorn.cr 11. 141i' .holite't It I

    VI. Thll'hleeciuirl do wh~latev'e~r ieth inii
    th v ..lwitel toaleiwecuirge'Lrviin4I jiroeilote'
    till '.vefillte'. oeel I l.'ee'ownhi ilolpel.. M olaAvenuean jd ]Railroad
    VcI. h l 1 '1i1ci .11i Ili t not liffer till-' oiii. ce
    eOrilie' tee Cvc'-41 i lcle' tie'e.. .eii 1 if oteth r NI 1.1~ '. Nli l
    t '' )w i i- 'itiee' til4.. e-ecrese'uef tlIcIq nel4t. feel' I';ljIe,f- fe-~ .et't...
    Til. l'ee ,Ii iiill le.it l wI(Ithlriv. mst ll .ei
    it 1i4,1ie'. that tha ... e .tie 111 '. lie-l1e'1 tilt-.I~jitlea.fet 'ce i t

    t'lllilt# a tfe'i I111*4'.
    Ix. The ci: shill Iceit I14':11. false 'witile-su
    1 -..1i~t I lit- tee'.'.Ii'hIewie'-inti t le wetec ..lle'thI. J. 4A. E RI~ CKIS ON~
    ,lil If .I %%-e#-!I. .1 elotifteteo allli-i
    X. Thlice e i sllf k'ejc li tew,.'e eriritanicl. i .. ij lilt etof I till-tiess dfane.
    t'loe'hif 111iie f,1111- 111 g'ri e f'.er hiiiolw iteet
    I., v' ; l, v'.Iw I.,l,] -leeto)die eecnil ii~iclgrow '. e'eivj'e'el I LlatIre-ss $ 154 anit]i~'Vt45

    Ii'. l~e Ii

    Del~~vt~hi. Moreol from 0
    Holl1r Hill. Ile WP P t
    .. ........Your PatrojitnsageSolicited. C.
    NIa *c'v ii lell'. l l ,v ill are .at jp c~eri-w t riii''- 1I
    im.-, fiI.. ler Iiic i e,- inweke-f Fce iii -9
    IX.tl.. i-e-.i leje-o ;Ili e..lc c-ne tll' .tw. C

    L~ ewi I elt If il '..- %i te'r. tif:@..% e lee toIcv[- Cabi n -t ,iakor and lt
    -..iI- ilfl O.ir Fc'-uree-'.tl aniy Wood 1,Vorlker. Al

    ;I, it E STARKEY

    The Nations

    Best Cigar.

    It's all Florida.
    Why biuy imji.rt*l cigars. made from heavy tropical tobareo, doctored with
    iand other lrugrs. when youe can have the pure Florida leaf at a fivc-ent
    x f 2..................1 IFREE BY MAIL TO ANY ADDRESS.
    Blox of .-P ..................7. MAIL TO ANY A D ES.

    2 S. W. ROWLEY, San Mateo, Flor

    Florida East Coast Ry

    T me Table No. 35. In Effeet Sep. 1. 1901.

    SZOT'TIT RfOT'NDI R"R4 Down. I

    (RBed Up) NORTH OURD.

    .% to.li I 0) .S I -.e '00b k
    P laily, ily lDilly STATIONS. Daily 1
    "".. 5(tei> .l ,.r...... ..Jaelk nrimle .. A-i i: '
    o" 5uta;,UIaJ ....... S-o Jaek-oBvi1e...... Lv v 2i
    S151 l l;m ......... A-wisine........ Sa P
    ) .. i4. IH.a ......... a rina ........... l4I
    9 t .... :> *' p ........ lat eL-a tlks .......... 4" 46
    :4 1.':>. ".- .......... N 'w ............ 4 4 I1
    S, I ;l i, ............ Bun:,e.t ........... 4W
    r4 lp......... ...DIont.m............ 4U
    GC ... i. 1ap .......... Oramond ............ 8M&
    ,P4 .11 1 a.p .......... LaYt.ia ........... av .
    S:1P. 1p .........Port Orange....... ".. 3
    JI' .twijl 2l JU; ......... ew ~lmyrnD -....".
    i A 2. -. .......... OakHilli ......... e.. .. 2" 3o .
    6 3.A p ...........Titusvllle........... .1I "s .
    3 4 3 ....... .... Co s ............ l1t .
    .. : ; 4' cc ...Boeklge Junctioa..... I Ip.
    ..... 6-,d|.. ...........Z nluGaiie.... ....... 124p.
    .. 4 .:, ......... Melbourne............ 2 -).
    e P ........... n.'e tm ........ ... 7.
    ; ; 5-. .......... St. Lucie........... t o 1 I .
    S .. i ; ......... Fort Pierce........... 11Ma.
    - ... i 24; .............. Tihmlah............ 10ltI .
    S .... ; p. ............. i en............. ." Oaf .
    S. 6i.4. 1 ............. Jd en............ 1027
    .......0; 4;;) -.. .. Stuart............ lu Ima .
    S "" 1 ". ....... Rol e onnd........... '* s .
    4 7 ";.::,l "- .........,Wenl Jupiter.......... 9 aI .
    ... ...... I ..... Weet Palm Bmech....... 9 lU .
    ... .s .1 I ... Bovnton ........... ". *ia .
    . ., .- .... ..... D iray ............. 8 -.
    .... 9 ...... Fort .auderd le. ........ 7' .
    ...... 9.);: -- ...l.e.li,,mn City........... 6 .a
    i, '.Ar M ini............ Lv 445m.s
    litr L t*.rnor i .ir-, .-t ritas, 85 a1 ed 78







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    4- 1' e tcai~i. IV
    4 4A~. Ar -. cc. :-e:igc-tl 'i .1.-.





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    c N.'.11 ols
    i,:liv I)i vy SANFORD BRANCH. Daily
    ,.\-.?n Kx.'i _xf
    r 6; 4i ; is-a Lv-............. T.t,-ville............. Ar I
    S.i. c 7 la '. ........... Mimi.............. Lv lITp
    * .1 l t .... .. .... .Os een............... I
    i ............. erprise ............. 1 l
    ,3 :, A .............. .'-.rford.. II0fr*

    P.1- d,.~vii -i-1'- er whi.-i train-i 'ay be Oxme4x!i0c1 to arrive an lI depart
    f. :: !k. but th-irar:irrvalI or 4.h'):rttxreoat the time, stated is not gusran-
    #.. 1 c.1 -I.-rs tip 4 ,:tiyi lit-i p.4xnfioforsaiy delay or any oonsequencew Sri*

    I I e:v 'r, f-- v-.e I Fri.Itv-i It)O5pm Leave Havana Weds- and Baturdays. ... IOfsei
    A\. p.. id....~ S:Itt, 7-.4v I W pm Arrive~ Key? West We.-ta. and Sat%,... ONpm
    ... I'.-.:ri I-.'el-y' 4i pin IA'ave Key W". t Thus ¬$unm.4 00 pm
    .'ii'. lie2zca~.1. No d ci )lijjiy-4 Ic a m Arrive MiamniFridaysand Mondays .. 0G*m
    Iej~r copy 04, local tituo card address any AgenL T .. ST
    7.D. hAHNER. A's'sto Gen. Pao&. AgeintoT UGSIU


    tIikag, Oldi
    LO~b-t!II2 in"-'- -


    Yit aua, iRvabowmi
    m31wbdI s. t. LDis, Ran"Lill.



    To the E* Ut and North.
    To the West and North-West.
    The line through "*The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot
    springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Cectlen in the
    World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to
    Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.

    CibOce Of Roa:eS to PA.-JAimrkiM ElosNiok, 0Elffla, n. V.
    TL.ro gh Vtst bultd Trains, I' lman l)rawing-room ier ping Cars, Through
    Coaches. Ikacellent Di.. ing (ar Scivice.
    Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with
    the Plant System from JacksonDille.
    For Rates Schedules and Informtion. call on or address
    W T C(OSBY, Traveling Pass anger Agent, 108 W. Bay St. JACK-ONVILLE., LA.
    S If.HAIw^ lK 'enpral Papeng rAgt., W.H.TAYLO)I As@.t.en. a.m.AS..
    % -, NT')N. ATLANTA, GA.
    April 25th, icoi.

    2 1


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    .1 N'.P. N. l;~..l. N.1lRNo.I5 obj
    a.. e~i ~il ~ M. MA VI ORT BRAN CB.Daftly ~ 8Un
    cc~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~.. ...........v.......l~-.ii~eeA 7 f-&I1~~1
    S#)c. *Jatksonrille ............." 7 5;al 3g 2p
    Palik- I-wach.i).h.. ........ r
    At.ant" B aeh .. ........ 7 Ua1 Ap 1A ...
    Lyl, P',o A47-5- 11 ......
    '.....' PALA'fr.A. nit.%NCH 14 -1 iyDal Diy ik)i~l
    ~ ~ ;,;Lv .'6:ea ZreteM 7 Z'a 12 2129ji.I 7 M9

    IsI I Y!, st At-

    an M tel ..... Lr 3-

    0 (-rptremater wedhm.rve5 ske3 tikesth eft3 Aky O
    k W*Pv~ ongo aysip.71sAginmemit J(wkwtoiBe&25.For rmklf,


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    ma.mv.;% a I LW I

    ~s. "-

    pENt rr HOUSE

    SALmrWr, Propritor
    p hri i* and t o i suillo*fatedom Nortbh Ridgewo.i
    t is. It pu b0 I Mt ait sd W bN.th roon, and all
    eQB CA""0 L 2 MM (oastle. Roomm singlr
    Sore- sui. AlH ou sle m o Roe has l a.ve dahsa. 1

    Daytona, Florida.


    8. H. MOELEY, Proprietor.

    mating fHahkifaRivet.

    Thiee Blocke from Depot; one Blo-k from Postofflee

    T.rmmm $7 to $9 per WOOK.

    Daytona, Florida.

    s d HdF Moss and Fiber Mattresses
    hin SdHandFn! ws an dto Vft.
    I Your Old Furniture Made, as Good as New.
    S Ave e, oppo DAYTONA. FIA)nI)A.


    ru ly Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
    Lumber. Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
    and Bevel Siding,
    Mouldings Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
    and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
    'Phone 49.
    Mag olia Ave. and F. E. C. R.v. (West of Postofflee.)



    Protect onh'anUis. gan,n1ts. ,ottons.
    orn. ttOpaclco. -u.'undwers. tomi.itoet-. |
    d all other fruits andio vegetaikles front m
    the ravage ot iIns.i-ts without tl e 1ua if
    poOII or sipr.iy. Send $1.[HI foir Salnplt
    truap by mail.


    Council met in regular 'ssion Monday
    evening, withI Preident Binghaun in tl e
    Present, Aid. Atwood, c'htnidt, Rix
    and Fotter.
    Un motion of AId. Atw.ool E. WV.
    Greene was elected clerk lpro tenm.
    Minutes of previous initing riad and
    Following bills pn''intld and niere i'
    . I. ui l r.t A ..,. ,
    """i. I'm ,h .111 ;"
    R .. 1Mal y t,.r
    W ? l>. i .'r M ilntry h .fo clr'lr il' r I" '!
    I H tln 1.1 I tll .1 1 I il lt'l, nliit _r .' '

    S .r>.., III-. *1 ., h .i-.'> t; .-
    1%', k A I-.".]. r ,. .t, l;,


    We have leen living in this State now
    for over a year:wee wen told in California
    that Florida was a mooad country to stay
    away from, that its landss werp excess-
    irely poor r.ni the .limiate' unhenilthy.
    but we have found outt letter; we are de-
    lighted with tlie country and predictt a1
    bright futiur for tho State. Still thers
    are disadvantages and drnwtbacks to<
    contend with. not so many natural onew
    as thote rauISI by unwise atnd unjuiist
    laws. There are probalily none that
    eatme more hardship., inre effectually
    deter the devehloiment of the State than

    We have just received a shipment of the stylish and durable Kenmore m bo and
    offer you
    Women kid polish. extension sole. button ...................................... 1.75
    i W mpns kid polish. voting top. button............................................................ 1.65
    W omiens kid polish, lae ........................................................................................ 2.00
    W, bmenh kid polish. a btile qnulity la.ve sho,.................................................... 1.68
    . omensi kid'p<,lish. high top hlaue so. ..............................................168 to 2.25
    Me.ns fine quality. 'ongresn styyle. lo)w slio......................................................... 2.00
    1. nts fine quality Iongress ,hop...........................................................1.75 to 2.(10
    %M0n run .-A t and ran sll o 1.6.4t ro....................................................................... 2.45
    M11.n-s collars. four ply linen the I.1me kind............................................................ 10
    M.-ns shirts f r. ................................................... .. ..... .........................2... k up
    CIloes. iinlr-l:lhis, su-il. ndr. kihts sto..-kirigs.
    I wI s p ind | r. l -.r. ...................................... ..................................................... .4
    s)li t p .l-i ..................................... ................................... .... ....................... .1 0
    FooPt tills............ .. .......... ................. ............... .28 i

    our ene law' s. The laws wer. eenati-
    at a time wlwn the stock interests of the
    country predomrinated Rand wAre there-
    upon well adapted to the, needs of tihet
    people. But times have ,hang. theile
    horticultural and agtiiiultiiril interests it h
    I are taking tlhe lead now. We should lie
    progresive; we should have' the laws in S A
    force now nplalehd and a iltion ft.nee law I iCS 3Ii Cre
    squbstituted it heir,.l.r Ee. \rylrodythel Bicycles a.
    w;vuld have to totke are iof his ownl
    at KL. Sio we would all Io' |ut oil the 09
    equat footing. Then-, arell I t onu hine DAYTONA
    Florida now that own hundreds of heOad
    tof otHrulih attlt' without )wIiin-ll an a- I
    of latud aind thl-ir attl h, at a tso'ur. < ( f
    .()is t ilt ""it ,vnuaii'e to j--oplt' il wlos- .
    neighlil il o I iihey irallge. Aiid til 't z r- | j-I
    hacks yet m.iKe one Kshitdier. This ollst t i
    illlm| l'talt i llt,' i .*. i sioll ;ll t1 iag itattd
    in all its lh.ariling hr iugl.o t thei, Stit,'...
    iind aft ,qrti i.passaghi e ly L'-gi-Ilittll e I of
    a -llo-fn.e, lai ai a iiirulttlll'- 'onihl |)l r |
    in and the 11 i's. ol tit 1 ii' long lh ii ti-e l stat-l-: M
    if,111- s % v l i Iit. llllll. II %%-11 0;1Ill hit e. I wtpl -v
    'ihalt l 've to illl.1 laiV\ th'irll .' k: it \\lil l t I
    , l. rtinl i nit K ,t \ i .'.-i ,,, 'r Iil .-- l ti I
    i rmnan K.t.r ,n Ittrtu\ 1.

    For all frt.shi it.,s or wmoiunidl. in either i
    the atlman stiubjs t or ill animals. as a;
    dressing. Italliar'.s S.now Lilnliiment is ,'x-
    relletant: while fi si ons on wtil I-k i"ng h ,rws. I
    p-sel -ially if shlow t, i. al.,I sI"IIta III inl .
    its hiv iliniI i |(iilit i'.s ;Ii I ,,,i ,;dih. ,If.l
    2'ri 2.> s.. and.' 5 0 ts. lr..I. M..Ilin-, \


    Solle of the things. yll \\ill w,.' at thi.
    State' Fair:
    Youil W ill se thel ttlilic( rollli ii.l l.-in
    that took the lil l il.dal at 1 I'.-ls l \| -
    ,itYou will sc'thle wi\n. o4f I .Ioi that tt, Ik
    all the ,L- 1,l .li l. 1.-. ;it I'.ll is -\l -i. iti iiti .
    Yit i st ill tIho l i i 1 \ t l l'\\s' I I.' t llk
    "lit'\\ the l .il ti l's It l \ l- I.h',1 .- I, .iltti\ II,
    fl .I l ii lit'S l' l l I Ieir .i s''.

    il d .t i l l n ; 1 1 i t I l1 1 .1 .
    I O ll \\ ill llt I s 1I It I li t '1\ i l .

    11 I i i it I' ; 'I ; I,. I t

    Si 'e iliiiii0 AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY street tcomiiiilet. ,, It ::, ;
    CO INTY. .\lar. o 1 ,i trulted to noitil. (i. Weaver o1i \\ l. .: ,. oi It,' k Ihi
    t<> -rIm ol e obstni t ion I tlin d ,tihii l,.* >;t|. |>, .... ,. \, .!, ,1. |; ,|., ,1,l. I.*,
    Address J. B. SUTTON. S ditch on Ins 1ioi .ei L t k I. ir 1. l L. 11i n -4
    Whliit's Cleumni ernlltuge i.'s a hiighl? I l
    Seec hial notice ill another eoIluill. Valuable t ipiiral i iollI. ;.tp..ll iIoil ;,
    ti- prlilt l liiitLtail' IIIt ,.iti ttii .. I Ilt-ii n.. r rom The Ocala Evening; Star
    WANID-f VICaAI lP OM ONS o F CHAr- ti t l.' st"t'i al I ltk''s s t IIS ll 'l' i.. I .i .I ll. i -t 1.. .
    Ster aWd good reputation in each Stlate I -e' -"e. IW..1 *iOt.I S.
    (one in this county required) to tn-'pre- "\V, .-' iint.l-lt.. eat ;ind advertise old establit-hied TABLE oJf G TIODS. lfr t hl hilest I iii' ;(il Ilt :ir'- \\'-
    wesMthy business house of solid finann-ial %'*' idav'.'i ever '. .n -11 ',roi ni in I'll iil., Mi.l
    iaUdiag. M lary $118.ON weekly w with Week bk-gilliiinui Otht. 2o,. 1 01. i'ls,. is ;1 ai 11.1 1t Ii nl t i 111.iI .;1-lnt. 1t1 I o1it.
    exspn s additional, all payable in cash IM TIG tt. O1 tul 1,.t h'-t'i ss.ifl trui.-k.., II tihe
    ae* W.!,*weday direct from head oftets. a. in. I hlState'., li l ils a .gv'lnr.-l',t iiind l;r'-e-
    Hoe and esarriae furnished when ner- 1. h.art.d ..s le is Ir,.sru." M.. (l,..
    e- ry. &a Ltn.ta. Enicka se self-ad- unday..............................2:17 ....... u ht his seed i fri. Im t hli.- l It.lial.
    dl un.dtanuped envelope. Manager. Mouday...........................2....... )2:. 1:1- S.,Ils-Ini.il. .1 t. slttonl. wlio lihandlhs
    t16 Caxtou Building. Chicago. Tue a ................ ..........1:.'>.: 2:2k only tn. It- st Seil.- I tt I- at l .s|i..iaill.v
    tdy------------.,:57 :a:, -filtl t i Flo-il;L. aai olikt a s;I.-
    ---We U dav .... ..... 2. ...........g..... I '
    ,41 % ii T hu rvd av....... .................... 3 .:0,1 4:-2'1 L',,,6l, ,t l. ,t,., ih- I,,., ,,,, "I',,, .. ,

    Rattan Rockers
    All sises ani ;ity-le just received.
    They range in lpie i fromn *2.3.- to

    Go Carts
    We haveal o just received a very tinet
    line of Children'- Go Carte. Call and
    me thkiu.

    We handle theamous Moore's paints.
    la quality they are as good as a8ny
    but in price they are considerably


    J. H. Niver & Son,
    Samet Old Stand.

    Clean ar. Iveinr antI R-.pairing.
    1 tilksand Woolens .tlarainteed.
    Ladi.' Biicvelt.Skirts aSp cialty.
    Work l-liven'l rI'roiptiv.
    IW. LW. vi.C'eotnat. Ave. nter ity Hotel
    Int<.lli'eni e ltni -e in Cotnn'ittiotn.
    ; Kxectors Notice.
    AR Creditors, ira't--. di triutts i and all
    Cs I nviu I r O nf Tba B. S'-ct'<. 1l1tlv i,'t-,*' -t. e,, are
    nDolised to i.rcs nt their t'lilni- tt shthe
    ifred witlhii. tlo year- fro" a t.ce ur b barred.
    CHASl A sTtiELFB.
    -I xec'utor ft s id cetat'
    IW O4 iPytona, Fla .Cwt. 12. l i.l

    STh% poplarl homee-like bIoarding
    hooe is beautifully .sitated on
    th "Stite facing the Halifax
    S river. The rooms am large and

    Naturday...... .................. 42-
    i.ow 'i'i..
    .Sunday.............................. -,4
    Monday............................. '**'*'
    Tuetlay .......................... t
    Wednesday ............ .......... .:12
    Thursday ................ ....... 111:1 1
    Friday ..............................1 .I i
    atur day ........................... 12:112

    U.. 1-

    I .. I.

    Ill :t

    Thoueuilnds of the most .tuilliirti land
    disttr sing cates of piihSI have ielt'l ci' rt
    bvy Talil r' iBuckeye Pile Ointinti, 1i
    never faiis to cure. I'riie .-(1 its. in looi
    tkt,. tubels 74 l. lt r. .1. .l.on.cs.

    TO tloareah Bronuse.
    To make a I il iii t Iblack v'irnislh
    for bronze m:ki:k a 1111hi of t of oitirat ofit sli.ir and nit te of c'op
    per fip tlit atriidhs ti l litri.ltted into
    this liquid and allow tihi to nreiain
    there for suIme tilc Upuon withdrawal
    beat them over the' tani' uof an altihol
    lamp until the black iutina color has
    been reacbdd
    His Wanmt Were Few.
    "What'll you have?" she a8ked ee-
    verely at the breakfast table. for be
    had btmn out late the night bLtfore and
    she had not yet folgivi'ln lunit
    **I think.'" e reptl.d iut-ikly. "that I
    would appreciate a genial smile aslid a
    pleasant word about as much as any
    thing"- Exchange.
    Ol* e seat Husbandi I Eureope."
    9 English geutll.nlt:i living in Italy
    i, nose daughter's husband was an Ital-
    Ian officer said. "Italians make the best
    husbands in Europe If they have good
    wives."- lIodon Mail.
    No man is a aafe guidet who acts front
    selishb motive Follow rather the man
    of principle who has only the broadas
    Of tbe common good to grind


    ats Fumwishgs,
    id Sundries,

    d a FLORIDA.

    Do You Need One?

    You Can Lasilw Have One.

    The Price is $75.

    Terms to S it.


    Superior to High Priced Typewriters.

    Cheaper Because Not in the Trust. a

    173 Devonshire Street,
    Boston, Mass.

    E, F. BUflPUS,
    General Agent, 21 Hathaway.'B1dg, Milwaukee. Wis.

    EDW. FITZGERALD, Local Agt.

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    Brck, Urn a~ md cmabil

    'Ph11em 63

    Offices and Yords: East Coast Rlwa Ailw a

    IGood Bread...

    In desired by everyone. If you were
    one of our former customers you know

    how good our bread is.

    If you have

    never tried it we invite you to try it.

    We al.-o make all kinds of Pit's. Cakes,
    Cookies, Rolls and Home Made Candies.


    | eC. W. estsu M. J. Gramling. |
    .*. JWwwfwwmW I *IfWMMV' fl

    Tri- Weekly Sailings
    Calling at Ciharleston, S. C., Iboth ways.

    The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
    I)iren t Servie Beitw.een
    C;I Whi E atKI l l'hi'sti ll It4tll WN .VS.

    Southbound ..
    Northbound ....... .

    From Lewis' Wharf, Betdo
    from foot Catherine street, Jaskeavsmle

    (lk-ltrl'y Lill)
    Between Jacksonville and Sanford
    11. SE PI'RINi.,S infi Int4-rn4iilitM<1 l.anliings oI n ST. JOHNS RIVER.
    .TIE.UIER "H. G. DAY,"
    CA.1'T. W. A. SIAl.W,
    Leaves Jacksonville................................Tuesdays uad Saturdays at 5:90 p..m
    Leaves Saaford....................................... Mondays and Thursdays at 5:00a. I.

    General Passenger and Ticket office,
    204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

    .. C. II.1E IT'Y. Ea-tn I';,... l M 11 INlN ;l.:I. .I ., V. P. A.,
    1'. S lt.<' t 4.St.. N2.-1 >i rk. 201 \W s liav St., .JIu-kMnville, Fla
    TI' l)s. l.tI. Y. L.,.l 'Fr. ,ti C '. 1 A \ 1LL .-1 AS t. Fbl. Supt.,
    Foi- t H >ogan St....Lwk,- ,n ill!-. lF'.44t Ml,.in St., .Jha kom ville.
    .iN. > HL *\. .\ ll> S ri, t<.i; .h -l ,
    THEO. 0. EGER, W\V. P GLDIE & CO..
    i,.-ti.r il ),i l~l T'r ni, ttral .-gents,
    Clh.,.lbru;c! l>ilt 1;tSi.. .... it l;Itt.1ry !'ark, New York.


    to New York. Boston anJ the East.

    short Rail Ride to Savannnah.


    The Up-to-Date 4

    Tonsorial Parlor
    \\ .\ I;D.E I', Proprietor.

    I Strictly First Class

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    i .i.. a.' I s i ., .:. .i.ts ,. t F lorid a
    S iar,' thi n. '-t i tr l I ) : ; i '. ii:ii I'i.i'
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    I"mjesia or m ip-hitstbIt. l el. 1-Iills' 'swill gi's ~I"T lgt''si '' ii~I---ITHANVOE via Palatial EVpe; ~ a h~ rn S V N l
    prt~ltreif.Irii -1 u~ lr I I.~f1' 11 'ssiijl tI SAILINGS EACH WEE~K t) NEW YO3PK MAKING CLOSE
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    w s I a -Is I I I I e 's l o tI I w I I I I d s I Ic ; I I I I
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    .Aiid iit-airl vjiti:1ligi it ill I t I to 1:( SCIENTIFIC HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIAILTY.
    L.1iiiiling it. Auth Ktii~ll- oililiiii 'ss;il i

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    s! 'bse,-.ti?,ions )to

    Gazette-News will, besides the votes, be entit'1 to a roald

    to the head of the Tomoka on the new "Yank e Do:adle"'

    being built by M'Coy Brothers.

    S subscription to the Gazette-News is $1.5 J per year.

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    W- .-A

    e that Mto frequently d.m-
    i WI ife stem d with lice.
    MO the quarts and dries
    I beamp ad absold be seed

    beO the meto so tow that
    ~.- *pr- *p la rather than be

    10611 WA.Alt e fat. eats as a so-
    1 1014 e of the best grain that

    Mh b e~ds to breed to a feather Is
    G Sig Gt. to be acquired only by long

    A Mlt pfet is ebat because of being
    If1table to the feet and
    Sig t to le breast.
    T ae am theeO beards of fowls that
    -m pU^ -ly valuable as egg pro-
    dm- "eie are the Minorcas. Leg
    beinms d BSlck Spanish.
    *A )Ie aiamed active male Is twice
    s ml-Ie aS onea that Is large and
    t hMeavy.. -If large mine and weight
    wme 4. 0Steet larpe bees. but the
    MN shNi be active and vigorous.
    Whem a fowl has canker and the
    6aith ad throat are sore and ulcer-
    1.-mwe & soft rag around a lead
    .4aen It slightly. dip in chlo-
    S Wd p0tash and swab out tie Imouth
    1 1ld Inject a drop of turpentine.

    Whin Cm0 ALter sel hlef
    t W6 6 It isto something of a
    . ., of T, these fellows who cut
    ^f ~blow out their brains or
    ia order to rid them-
    iema of their trolates cannot come
    N -Gs they might tell others who are
    regbad whether relief tiesa n that di -
    U er mt. It to mo e than prona-
    that what they them could tell
    r O O peterr other reckless men and
    s fwll following In their foot-
    .d afor that. if for no other rea-
    .L their t wtMrn would be welcome.
    As lu t u&i plk d. It isbetter to Wbar
    9i.w, kmow than to Ay to those
    We ktw t eof. and there Isn't much
    Mb that1 thU O ickdes are not long in
    11 h1 1 a-t eMt.-Pbiladelphia Inquir

    Tbe FeaebL eaMeu.
    Ali atN frults and powers have
    O lN J.id. One about the peach
    em0em frm Japan and tells bow a poor.
    Pluw old couple were searching for


    that's all. No energy, no
    vim, no vigor, no ambition.
    The head aches, thoughts
    are confused, memory tails,
    Life becomes a round of
    work but half accom-
    plished, of eating that does
    not nourish, of sleep that
    *fail to refresh and of
    resting that never rests.
    That's the beginning of
    nervous prostration.
    'I never had anything do me so much
    food as Dr. Miles' Nervine. I wias
    nervous, s lee s and worn-out
    and Nervine cured me. I knuw of
    aoti so good for indigestion and
    S er building up of the system."
    V.-L.FP. N 1s4,
    Fairburn, Ga.


    strengthens the worn-out
    nerves, refreshes the tired
    brain and restores health.
    Sold by druggists on guarartee.
    D. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind.

    The hnntid.
    The bund is i. ,:lmte given i il a
    most all easivt'IU -.':til' s I to n' iih.',tiee
    fronting ou thel waur Thi- stU I tt
    usually the trade et inli. :nI: I iilun,toi
    that are likely to alTt.et ntihe or |'o
    litical conlldtions f l.v thitk :and ft:it
    about It. As tiost o f th s ivare 1:io
    founded. It is the habit illn lie l itti
    to call a story w",o-e aililut'liutd.t0r i.
    doubted "buuder"

    Seuasil le.




    .4'&.~ 4.'

    A Cismor WheretI t Va' .soMcrp Itelitnhis
    Ilhn a U .ltIi'9 Iili'.
    %I N ( i. : 4'111 I %%.11 I l ~ i
    Sll .1i~t Who a : >1 Ii-'41 III'1::!4 1 I 'W.

    oif tdie 42thtrftlie';.1 ''l:t11.%ioft 1:- :1,t t I -,iti
    i'.atS 0 141, I-Ith iIgI'-4 f:; .41:1. 1 'fl 1I 1:

    fue't. lit'o' .as tcll 1tva ti u ~~:
    ofogtheca stk. '11w. %\4. 111oi tc :11 A %% 11
    antd t'nfi, lam i-o hits a -vilt.:i

    wia~ls t e diig .-I :;lii. (s.;I '. :1 i I
    thatl w-,1the 01'.14*,11--t Il ir a .(11 '. ti;ti.

    fa it. lit',%%as f ld 1ini it' 01. V a
    thog ('ank.1 The (' i ri- i ii. 1j t1 iI i Iif ,i

    poitit.'t o t but fie i. e o iji vif :4 h-it oI.-t*

    me !.I \\ ill l in'W~s ck [.1% 4.4'4.c % t,

    that v.11:1ier'a rv -1 pmI Vi L' f.1 i 4\
    of aoulg~es Ol i.~11;1!' I it a -1.1
    [thit ll 3 sllic, uI. i.a2..V

    ithe gco-wli g 'u Il I.:I

    was'. rVi*v Ju stii I..a il 4F' ~ i

    The: [eit~ e'~ %:1, 41 -a i ;I
    guf tt ai tm l tlsela. n t~. i- i I.
    oi~tvd la Pnd \lIitg I riw .., iw.

    com mercial t II 1411 i Ir .i II A :'it ti it\

    them itia s it-ru ca .i" a .- i

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    F"" *Louis, 'o,

    Sold by Dr.J. M.Jowes.

    Speer 4s Port Grape Wine
    Nine Years Old,
    Burgundy Light Years Old# and
    Claret 16 Years Old.
    Ex.2tensive WVine Cellars.


    Striz.A-in-,an RckngWie

    A '-'!n~ oen~ad Rackingxt Winotapoer. ieo
    i I (I ;. to, it Il :-f. W ,ii e!ciients requires
    vca ", I-t to Iv A2(:a "IS, il 1v I1' l(iicnt drawing off from

    11 ~lULilC ll 1va.:t4. It is I'!'i:c,(diuiretic and bL*I(od mak'Ing

    Te1,M i \x !-:'ties are the I4',t. I; '2*Sherrv and Claret
    L1-1 ::i'el I \ :ui All'.it''r years and
    'd !; tm': t:!')" n' I 1-(",ih t:21 K-.'1Cd kta'sk:h vastly
    i-r 1! t "1 r~s ': v ancI,' 'o 'cx ,I.H VC ThIis is
    r. S -~V 1' I I B (I V ;rcI T '( I II '1v all(] 'so, tat siiperor to
    th t.'tIl'. C.11 1-111 .! I o-Y:I.(. h*% lcc v pure;.-1imexcll~cI by
    anl-' illtile woroilt. Siva v11 .'2 i~iucI tiutnd

    !'.,' tol .1 v cty 1,,:
    a .' i-1!44'ni Mr Speer's life to o ~: '. L'(f the
    Vi;t 4.1k :nntS icht trk n;'V;~t x
    \ :t;.(, 'I~ hk~ character. lie h ts spaicd( no labor
    i il 1)11:1 'r-, his ',inevardIs and I XIT(' 11)top i the above
    c: h 't! k1 -Ird 4 XCeii(kL. Te '1' Climax Ianodv twCn1tvycars
    '1"1 1")n. totile hle~'t French bralldl;.
    To1' be jldd uc i Dru- sis.LSa-d GrULC! Zswhu sell h Ih ass winles.

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    Thompson, o.ilor.

    I-T' !I' T'NJ l"'*im I!

    - .'.t~f.: .1 'c l: iv at -Ca.xi *'abte katci

    r' ~ -r

    Foleyjs !rC-


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    Free Trip to the Florida State Fair

    to the Most Popular Student of the

    Vi;.~~~ ,-4.::'l Iv hiis mion ni Ileent
    ,4.1- -~tV441 IF. trow losilig

    1-1t' o let I;.nornnure.
    '*"II j .. .'. ';1;' 14n not too eX-
    S** ;:;!'. a,!.; l, th is f their serv-

    -A N ',\ Y1rh n I;i .m put out of pa-
    tli :I,' ',y On,1 I,ln h,.1,r of h i, : ,. -

    "Look h'r.!:" hlie cried in his anger.
    ... .\. >;it I ili 'luie in Ithis way!





    Daytona Public Schools

    Will be Awarded by the


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    A ('linch 'Wth the Mna BNatIhM
    Thnt V.ainld Hlase BSeesa ats 1t
    the- lHnter but For a TIin' som
    From a Rescue Party.
    Ai. exciting story of a fight with a
    panther is give by a writer in The
    Asian. The Incident occurred while
    three sportsmen were shooting small
    game In the Western Gbats, a range of
    mountains in southern India. Lstein-
    ing intently. B. fancied that be caught
    the wordl *lnMh." but It was Impossible
    to (listinguislh somit's clearly in the
    lpandelcinini.ini t.;at '.:as -ozing on. and
    it see.i.ilt' alimiost Incredible that any-
    t!.iug- in lle vWiy of lbig game could
    ha.e r'im:ii!nel in the be.it io late. So.
    pittii'' ti' f:ilieny .onve'riilltg the word
    elit h:l hli:arl dlowvn to ima gination or
    eIse I the Iossibility of a small wildcat-
    for initives .nal ev'erythblng of the cat
    spciics "'l;"l:'"- he did not change his
    Ms ill; shot -rtltril'gem.
    T'lTire. ieiijittes afterward there was
    a .st.tiiliy rustle in the tangled grass
    1141 sI ShIl's to li froat. and. expecting
    a: ;l: 1': ; a j:r le fowl. he tbrew his
    gun forward just as the bushes parted
    anifl ti" m ;ra-;:re head of a huge panther
    rose' into vi'ew about 25 yards away.
    Utterly staggered. B. lowered his gun
    again. To fire at a panther with small
    shot is wise only when you are anx-
    Ions to obtain an exprem palage1 to
    the next world, and before be could
    change his cartridge the brute had seen
    him iiial lhad slunk siletly back Into
    the nl !.rg;zrowtht. B. catching a glimpse
    of his hl;'.;vy tawny body gliding later-
    ally .-.-.loss the beat in the direction of
    l'.'.s sla:tio t shoutinii a hasty word of warning to
    F.. which. It afterward appeared, the
    latter heard only imperfectly. B. re-
    phlt ted Ihis shot cartridge with ball and
    atte'tl! itl to follow the panther.
    l'!ut tihe ulnilIrrowtli was thick, and.
    his n!.c,4i :.s lb-i:i g lf-,',ssarily slow. he
    :iiil n i t' I p 'r4 h'I I ;. thani a ffw
    : ifs .e !( n t sl; :t r:tInig out. quickly
    tlo;'\\',.l I :IIl another. iuind the next see-
    o!l, I'.'s \'.i< r.ati-l'ed himu. vigorously
    sl:.'!ii;'. or ; i: st:)lii< e.
    "I' .. i1.. I'i"r Iw'. !\'!I'S stake loo !;sharp
    or I:ii ,::' t r :" "i :s vas toll, v Il'
    In iW ...% < :1 1o'1'.; ;ii.,l s, ii'!s. 4 (,1ll14'd
    \vill rh 'itera.it d li:t la;liItl r i s;., i 1ts 14or
    help from ,i'. ('rashing blindl. through
    the ein'l] r::rowth tow:r.l the sounds.
    I. siltiii!.,;- :1 ilnI -t (;i lhis head into the
    C"I :,;i r ,i'i' t. I,)('p jiniiIle whii h fronted
    I'.'. -i; i. .\s It 41l d so and vainly
    t: i, I I) I 1 : iY, i.s ills li l:i:ntd. [I..
    l";'N: I the' ali'i- .-IIP qi:;'i l;u l. ; so burst
    0:1 h .'* :-a. .\:i the' si!ghit they both

    hs.!v 1 \ ,:. ,- :.;i-i :,ii. y 'l irthel.r
    1 ;l : l :! 1: l. |; :t< h ithll h i,
    I,..l '. .',. \,l.:'. w ilhi his rig:lt he w as
    1::'. '>:" -; ::;^- iiii" C'fi4forts to Idraw his
    1! iei'; .l'' -. A."id sta \\ias lie ter-
    i :" \ r I.f ILis d!-l'-|l rate ;:rip that
    : i's t, a. \\Vis protruding
    .r 1 ; -' *' > :, :]< -l t1 t"ii 11.: froI its
    ] ** ,*, ['-.,! : .. : 1 i I '.'s il miti ii tfils
    pia i :. -:1:: '. II fartlir it;n're':s-

    for ''.. ir"'\~1.I lht lhe brut, iron los-
    in; an;idl 11-iii.. its ltthil. yet it was kick-
    inl: i:t'h its Ii '-l 4l'nvs exactly us a
    valt d414os %A Il'l its .soniiclh is tickled.
    aunil Ih' Im'ne of V.'s left arm was strip-
    peWl ia!iiS 4- larIe of the skin and flesh.
    which .l. as I:i|i_.ing in gory festoons
    :; to -':.wilh'r. Sick at the
    sil I '', '-w s v'in lor the moment
    s\\..ion I, ''i'. l's '. -s-: hut. recalled to
    his ii.:,.. 'I s fr i, pI:1 i:te'o'i1s entreaty
    f : .i I,. ; ;: s '%i'-a 'eiiing rap-
    il. .0 < ;.. n 1 I... : 1 |:i m Il. lbracedi
    n1 .111 i:;it t \ l ,. ,1 A I. h s4 rle of the tl er-
    ! '.* ,.:: .;,- II.. h, evetr. woull have
    ., i h0l.fr,, l' ):!) 11A t .I :Ia:1 rout caughtlt
    hI : li ; : h, l ,i l r.m i%3 1 seiit hli s[ rii. w l-
    in-ta. *11. I 't1 \ s''o:!il it. Ihaid run up
    < .... ; Il,l v, 1 i;:* s iv:I'is e I; Ite's
    Lr. ':< o .:::-I :,: rI. I,.1l in a I.(L>i p w ith
    l*i .,;..* I on Ihi tlop ,If hilt..
    .\: i,.;:, '., I 'tl,.r :.|1il | raip il re-
    I;; .V:ll t' ;, i;, .11 .-I sm :i l st-'iion.
    **i, :i 1 "' in.,... l" i..\\' d. a dl fI'1,1 mIn. in
    a w\. ;" ki pt his I. lI. \Vhen he
    'V.';I .:I!iv r' v't'ir,'l hi+s iariII w .s like
    :1 1,thl r.d lim.ii atu) has iten of little
    use :o himi silnce.'.
    It afterward was ilarnd that F. had
    hear iniiwrf.tcly [.'s warning shout
    ald. Iafttr hlesitatiihg. had decided not
    to 'lhiin'- hlis cartridges. The panther
    ha i shl:ri'k silt'lily a ross bhi front.
    :iiil. i:. -I iv ra i :iluin n in a 3all carr-
    It *,'-.<,. 1' l.1.1 i:lti,.l ;a nni| slaot at him
    .;: .i ; .i ,+-: .!-;ihi,.':m.ing. This had
    t;k., 4 4 i.. I li;' Ii tl ) l o ir back. inlict-
    inz o':l:, : Ih hi i ntmigl. and the- brlute
    l.'l :it ,:r ,.4 ,I n:rill 41 ii1| < li:irs.dl straight
    at I'. Ti'h,. hit I tirrl. lai d.l only
    willh maill -l,.t a,.I p.,ss l>!y tired with
    a ', "t, ut;:.,,t111t ,ft tr hpidation. had

    D Daytona Gazette=News.


    Round trip R. R. ticket Daytona to Jacksonville

    Admission tickets to Fair Grounds

    Two day's meals and lodging at first class hotel

    $2.00 cash for incidental expenses

    e lilginning with t ntmay. S,-ptemil,'r -2'!h.!HItl. -n ,ontitini1Iii t r til Noi vtnl wr
    14th. 141M 1. inclutive. v<>te<, in tlhl ,nt,. na.\ II -1.% r II to,,, iin t e> iln '- _
    lowing rult,. whi-h will i .stri.tly ;Il i.% A i(,: "
    For e ch year'ss su br-riptiti n ial hin ;l, n .' ,It a n \ew -u 1 1i k., r. 7.', \<>..
    For ea h year's suti -riptitoni il i'i i iv ai n I .ll sil. i i. .:' I t. ', .
    For i1lrea r 'year'i urb' riptili i i irr p i 1 .ti6tli l t.'tit. .4 \ ro'. -.
    .3 For each tcoulNMn cut from tihei ti.tI t.- i '.'-.. 5 vtltes. "

    The standing of each rtutei.sta!'i \\ .11 i i- r. \ 1'1.it .
    L vteaw h d r h tf

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    und I C ens soP m P 20-ies M
    .... "Do you know do t under
    hell. o e n der treet? heL he ha
    end If you patronize Yu him once you v

    bAfter det undertaker goes arbey
    talk mit my wife. and she says
    t rbas all right I like it better
    vbyoras some tailor or butcher. hot
    soon vbemander old man mitV he vba I
    nomes If to get a r cement pace yo ev
    shoe I says:
    Vbe relL maye youvban. going
    diAf winter dct und Irtak vas good for ye

    git der lowest price nod der beya
    t t. I like to recommend myt better
    d i s w in te r, u n d It v b ah g o o d fo r y,|

    Jones to you.' j
    "VbelL I neffer saw a man mo
    P.e calls me names und wants to M
    me mnit his cane. und be says beh ab


    "WHT. DOT vaA, sonitiRY1'
    drive all my 'ensomers a\ hay und asem
    tme py der poorhouse. He makes soorc
    .t big row dot fetfty peoples coml'
    around und bHlief souelmpdy vban killed
    by der street ears I c-an't see why be
    g ts his tba-k oop. but vhien be goe
    a\vbay anodder man comes in und cries
    110 lello. co'>dilr. but dut tcoibluaties
    vbhas all K 0) I vhas down to we
    oness und look onfer moone hargala
    und he re -commended me to you He
    says your work rbas good und yew
    prices sheep How moochb to put somS|
    oles on my ooeosTr
    "" Fetefy cents. I ar.
    "'Nonenear! Dot vrhs der old
    before der combination. If I cas be#
    a $40 cotfn for $2. do you betier 1
    shall pay you feefty cents far ew
    soles? You make der price 25 celtj
    und go to work.'
    "i couldn't do dot. und do you behdU
    dot man shouts und yells und kleht
    around und .says he can lick mUe in of.
    minute by two clocks? He calls -m
    robber. t'ief mid liar. und some uoMr
    peoples come running und ask wher*
    der tire vhas. I like to give oop dot
    combination right arhay. but I doe't
    haf tinime to see di-r undertaker before
    fat woman come in mit an old pair ti
    show's to Io' eixed. Iot womans vba N M
    big und fat dlot she can hardly cone l
    der door. ntd she. barf ome asthma de
    worst kind.
    S*Vlhis you inI some combination fl
    an undertaker"? she asks as as he ll
    "'1 vbas. If you like to buy a co"S ,
    und baf a pair of shoes died at der
    mine time. I san do bully by yo.'
    "*Dot vbas IpNm'mei-s l Cobbler. I L
    expecting to dii. enftery daly. UdA
    couIse I like to I-e buried ash
    ash possible \VWhile. I li I mt a-I t
    shoes. u4d so you an I- ir ii tin gaenoW1
    slioes undl burial I In't try to i
    me bti uIIs1 I vl:1Is fat.'
    "'Of course Inot It vhas all a
    same. lean or f:t. Our goo xs vbad
    bIst und outr prices dr lowest I T
    say seexty dollars for all If you d11
    der night. it v.h-'Is no deferene.'
    '*Sxty dollar;" she sa. s *Why.
    vbas rol4lt'ry: If soniebod.l' don't ^1,
    me fo;r forty dollar. den I liyt on top 0'
    groutid (Colibler. I vihas i:t woimaiM
    ulnd a 1dy11i wollanis. h 111 yoIi u C('1a
    vwnd l!I- ink .;Mke dot pri-e frrty i
    Inr. uiil wei shliall talk It vi-asfO
    d ,It -t1.r f1111,1 a l ".
    '" 'SI xty dollar ,tihus l,.r lowest .'st
    ure,' I said *I)ot his :111 it \'fil -l .a
    count. hilt we like to do It) ,-.I--S 11-4

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