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: November 9, 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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Davwtona. Florsida. Now. 9. 1901

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awe as the meaclmn in the saw
ae in plees wort will be cos-
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Gad Bryan has sold out his property
at Glencoe, and he and family left last
week for Tampa, where they are to re-
side n the future, ays the Sanford
Chronicle. Gad has been a conspicuous
agure in politics, and otherwise, of
Volusia county for many years, and if
any man living has ever had his ups and
downs and tsted the bitter and sweet
of politics, it is he. And in some respects
he ahs been a most remarkable man, as
well as fortunate, and no man in the
State of Florida is more widely known
within its borders. Gad has spent a for-
tune in trying to get some office, but
never succeeded. If he had left politics
alone, be would have been better off
today, but he wouldn't and he didn't,
nor will he. Before many moons have
waxed and waned Gad will be showing
the Tampa experts that they are but
children in the game of politics and
novices in the mysterious art of how to
get there early and often and all the
time. Mark the prediction.


Those who are continuously trying to
stir up strife in the community, as well
as those who vainly think they are the
"whole push," are requested to read the
follow ing ensible remarksextracted from
a lengthyeditorial in theGainesville Sun:
"So far as the best interest of thiscom-
munity are concerned, we are all in the
same boat, depending upon each other
for future prosperity.
Let us not permit our impulses or our
prejudices to lead us outside the bounds
of reason. Let ut remain cool, calm and
collected, and deal with all our relations
in a manner that will be fair and just and
advance the best interests of every law-
abiding citizen. Let us have peace and
Peace and prosperity go hand in hand.
When strife enters into a community
prosperity takes its flight. We have the
best country on God's green earth, and
many of the best people. What we wan
is for all to get together on every thi'
that wi I push the town along to te
front, and she will soon lead theforem st
cities of the State. We have a country t6
back it too.
We heartily concur with the Methodist
Advocate in the sentiment expressed by
the editor of that paper in the following:
"Jupt now our country needs a religion
(Mgh will make a man pay his debts.
Shouting won't settle old accounts with
God or man. We bounce right on a
fellow and put him out of the church if he
goes to a ball or theatre, but never say
word to the pious old scamp who never
pays his debts. Preachers and people
who do not pay their debts are doing the
church more harm than dancers, for there
are more of them in the church. Readers,
are we getting close to you? Then lay
down your paper and go and pay up and
read on with ease. And don't you stop
payingbecause the 'statute of limitation'
excuses the open account which you made
for bread and meat. You must pay for
it in cash or God will make you pay for
it in fire and brimstone. God knows no
such ezebse for not payingas 'homestead
exemption.' When you raise that excuse
to heep from paying debts you can stop
sgingi 'When I can read my title clear
to mansions in the skies'. You've none
up there."


Bassinger seems to be an ideal place for
theraising of large families. It is only a
frontier settlement as yet, lying in the
heart of the great inland prairie range,
but there is no danger of the population
diminishing. Among the families living
there: .
Bill Chandler has 4 boys and 6 girl,
Gas Hunter has 4 boys and 9 girls, Bob
La Martin has 8 boys and 6 girls, Alt
C( pbell has 9 boys and 6 girls, Noah
Baulerson, Jr., has 9 boys and 7 girls,
W.M. Underhill has 5 boys and 6 girls, a
total in the six families of 82 boys and
89 girls-71 children in all-making anm
average of 12 children to each family."


1WtTab belst atHlrs.
I. 0. Gesmer was up from Port Orange
IOWAwTum-To buy a large office
safe; all at Holly Inn.
WDBoston Brown Bread and Baked
Beans at the Gramling Bakery to-day.
Roy P. Barker has accepted the posi-
tion of chief clerk at the Clarendon Inn
this season.
lWA stock of men's pants, designed
for mechanic's wear has just been re-
ceived at Hill's.
The addition to the Grand Atlantic is
moving along rapidly and will be com-
pleted in a few weeks.
SWBrain bread, the great brain devel-
operandanerve builder, fresh every day
at the Gramling Bakery.

iqg up at this time will save a great
deal of iceknes perhaps. Where ever
there is or has been standing water the

W A line of boy's mdt's, cloth, ad
designed for hard service, $1.25 %suit at
The railroad mileage of Florida has
increased from 500 mileei 1880 to8,107
In 1901, valued at over $18,000,000.
Judge and Mrs. C. A. Hamilton re-
turned from Bampoe, N. Y., Monday and
are occupying their orne on the penin-
Travel to Florida this winter will be
larger then it has been for years-so
the railroad men say; and they ought to
Charles A. Steele took the afternoon
train Monday, enroute to the west coast
where he will, as usual, spend the winter
in handling oranges and vegetables.
A. C. Barr arrived in Daytona Monday
from Athens, Georgia, and is the guest
of J. B. Parkinson." Mr. Barr was at
one time a resident of Daytona, being
interested largely in oranges before the
freeze of 1894.
None of the burglaries which werecom-
mitted recently were reported to the
mayor or marshal. In order to put a
damper on these depredations citizen
should co-operate with the ofcials and
give them all the aid possible.
C. 0. Chamberlain has arrived from
Brattleboro, Vermont, where hehas been
spending the summer, and is getting the
Palmetto in readiness for opening. J. H.
Butterfleld arrived with him and will be
clerk at the Palmetto this season.
Dunklee & Cow, the new managers of
the Seaside Inn, are getting things in
order for the busy season. These two
gentleman have had a great deal of ex-
perience in the hotel businee,and we
predict a very successful season for the
Seaside Inn.
Commissioner T. L. Rodgers went over
to DeLand Monday to attend the regular
monthly meeting of the Board of County
Commissioners. Mr. Rodgers drove over
instead of going by rail this time so as to
have an opportunity to inspect the con-
dition of the road.
Florida grows to delicate perfection
the orange, the lemon, the grape fruit,
the shaddock, the pineapple, the sugar
cane, the guava. the pear, the paupau,
the date, the mammee apple, the sapod-
illa and many other fruits of the tropics.
besides grapes, peaches, pomegranite
and pear.
A lawyer in a court room may call a
man a liar, scoundrel, villian or thief,
and no one will make a complaint when
court adjourns, says the Marshall Wave.
If a newspaper prints such reflections on
a man's character there is a libel suit or
a dead editor. This is owing to the fact
that the people believe what the editor
says. What the lawyers says cuts no

d Knappe went over to DeLand
Monday to make his initial bow
as a member of the County Board of
Education. Mr. Knappe recently received
the appointment to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Thos. A.
Davis. The new member has a host of
friends throughout the county who have
every confidence in his ability to dis-
charge his official duties in a conscien-
tious and efficient manner.
Fred Olt, who for the past month has
been assisting Mr. Schantz here, left
Monday afternoon for his home in Day-
ton. Ohio, where be occupies a position
of trustin the Mr Schant:'establishment.
During his shabort stay here Mr. Olt has
made many friends, who regret that he
was unable to prolong his stay with us.
Before leaving he had his name inscribed
on the GAzETTE-NEws subscription list
so as to keep posted on the doings of
our beautiful city.
SMechanics at the shops of the Florida
East Coast Railway, in St. Augustine,
have just assembled the machinery of a
rapid dumper that will save its cost in
a very short time. It weighs in the
neighborhood of twenty tons, and is
built upon a sixty-thouaand-pound flat-
car, over which has been built a substan-
tial roof. The dumper is to be used at
Palm Beach in hauling a cable to the
end of which is attached a shovel, which
removes the sand from sixteen to twenty

Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Merrill arrived from
Maine, Tuesday afternoon, and are oc-
cupying their home on Ridgewood.
Messrs. H. Y. and Fred Stillman ar-
rived from Weeterley, R. I., Tuesday,
and as usual will spend the winter in
Mrs. Jefferson arrived from Rhode
Island on the afternoon passenger Tues-
day, and will again occupy the Stilman
house on Beach street.
Mrs. Elizabeth Bartlett and Mrs. A. S.
Briggs, who have been spending the sum-
mer together at northern resorts, ar-
rived Tuesday afternoon.
Roy P. Barker, E. J. Mills and Percy
;odgera went down the river Tuesday
on the "Gretchen" to give the ducks a
scare. They expect to be gone about a
Ed Langworthy, one of the proprietors
of the Ridgewood Hotel, arrived Sunday
and is getting ready for the busy season.
Mr. Rose will not arrive for a couple of
J. H. Potter and daughter, Miss
Amelia, arrived from Rose Hill. Rhode
Island, Tuesday, and are domiciled at
their home, on the corner of Ridgewood
and Volusia avenues.
C. Grinols, who for a number of years
has been associated with the Daytona
Novelty Works, has seveed his con-
nection with that mill ,Ad entered the
employ of A. A. Bunnell.
Henry Van Dorn has been rushing a
pipe down into the ground back of J. E.
Rush's new grocery store the past week,
and has secured a flow of rushing fluid
known as sulphur water.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clements arrived
from Searsport, Maine, Tuesday, and are
occupying their winter residence on
Magnolia avenue. Mrs. Clements' moth-
er, Mrs. Johnson, is with them.
C. W. Phillips arrived from Iowa lasI'
Saturday and will be in the employ f
Graham Thompson, the bicycle man,
this winter. Tuesday Mr. Phillips and
Robert Lindberg went down the river on
a hunting expedition.
earl Knappe, a Volusia county young
man, wbo was chief clerk at theSt James
in Jacksonville last winter, and also of
the Hotel Continental at Atlantic Beach
last summer, will occupy a like position
with the Colonnades this winter.
Allen Trowell, the efficient salesman in
Morrison'a grocery, left Tuesday after-
noon for a couple week's stay at Fort
Pierce. Mr. Trowell has not been en-
joying the beet of health for the past
month or so, and thinks the vacation
will improve him.
h uong Willie Stiling was climbing a
hickory tree in front of the Methodist
church last Saturday, when he slipped
and fell, sustaining a broken collar bone
and probably internal injuries. The little
fellow was unconscious for eight hours
after the accident. Under the attention
of Dr. Atwood, he is progressing nicely.
One of our winter visitors asks if we
are trying to rival Jacksonville in the
number of new buildings erected. We are
at least trying to providefor some of the
overflow of tourist which in the past we
have been unable to accommodate. This
year Daytona can take care of three
times as many visitors as it has been
able to in seasons past.
Wmn. Wicking and R. I. Wall returned
from their pilgrimage to the Isle of Pines
Monday afternoon. This was Mr. Wick-
ing's first visit to this noted island, but
be was so well pleased with the outlook
that be Invested in several hundred acres
of land. He thinks the soil is admirably
adapted to tobacco raising, and he.
brought back a quantity of cigars which
he has been passing among his friends.
g "Green felt at Hill's.
Owing to the fact that the reports of
the boards of health in all parts of the
United states show an alarmingincrease
of typhoid and malarial fever, we desire
to call especial attention to the impor-
tance of placing yards and out-mbuildings
in a sanitary condition. A little clean-

WUjniop underwear and children's
sleeping garments just arrived at Hill's.
Captain and Tog arrived yester-
day and have opened their home on the
Oaeola Tribef Red Men will give a
pow-wow asdmnoker to their friends on
the evening november 20th.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Decker. who have
been.speading the summer in Daytona,
returned to Jacksonville yesterday.
Mrs. Ball, who runs a large hotel at
Aabury Park in the summer, hab leased
the Van Dorn House for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robertson arrived
from Asheville, N. C., Thursday, and are
located at their home on Ridgewood.
H. Gray Eakins, of Boston, Mass., will
assist in Atwood's drugstore this winter.
Mr. Eakins is a graduate of pharmacy.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Dorn are entertain-
ing their daughter, Mrs. Drake, of Mama-
chusettes, who will remain during the
W'Managers of hotels and boarding
houses will do well to ee Hill's stock of
table linens before purchasing their win-
ter supplies.
The W. C. T. U. and Y. P. 8. C. E. will
hold a union meeting at the Congrega-
tional #urch next Sunday at 7 p. m.
All are invited to come..
Fred Haven has disposed of his black-
smith material to J Bratt & Son, and
left Sunday for West Palm Beach, where
he is employed by the F. E. C. By.
It isa id that a Northern man has been
discouraged from starting a chicken farm
near Ocala because a joker told him that
Florida bens were always roosters at
Mrs. McGriff requests us to announce
that her dancing academy will open next
Thursday evening. She desires to have
a select class this season, the same as her
classes in the past have been.
The Ocala Banner aays: "Mr. Flagler.
now contemplates the construction of
another railroad, this time from Fort
Pierce, on the East Coast, to Punta
Ramsa, on the gulf, passing through a
portion of the Okechobee country."
Commencing the first of next month
R. F. Trowell, the drayman, will have
his office In the Up-to-Date-Barber shop
He will have a telephone installed and
will have a messenger boy in attendance,
so as to enable him to attend to all or-
ders promptly.
John Canty, a colored merchant of Or-
mond. was taken before United States
Commissioner Archibald at Jacksonville
last Saturday, charged with selling liquor
without a license. He was released on
$100 bail. His trial will be heard in the
Federal Court next month.
Weary of a life full of dissipation, in
which wine, women and cards played
their usual roles, Louis Peterson, a Swede
by birth, tailor by trade and Tampa citi-
sen by adoption, ended his life by hang-
ing from a limb of one of the many shade
trees in DeSoto Park, at Tampa, Satur-
Rev. J. G. A. Martin Presiding Elder,
will preach at the First Methodist Epis-
copal Church to-morrow morning at 11
o'clock; after the sermon the Sacrament
of the Lord's Supper will be admin-
i'tered. The fourth Quarterly Conference
will be held to-night (Saturday) at 7
A subscriber to ascertain paper died and
left fourteen years' subscription unpaid.
The editor of the paper appeared at the
grave, as the coffin lid was being screwed
down for the last time, and put in a linen
duster, a thermometer, a palm leaf fan,
and a receipt for making ice. Editors, as
a rule, are not prosperous, but they are
kind-hearted and and considerate.


Next week closes the Voting Contest
and all votes must be in by next Thurs-
day evening at six o'clock. Wedesire to
again call the attention of our readers
to the conditions of the contest. For
every new subesriber paying one year in
advance 75 votes will be counted; for
every old subscriber paying one year's
aruemges or one year in advance, 50
votes will be counted, and every coupon
cut from the GAZrrTB-NBws counts Aive
votes. The prize consists of a trip to
the State Fair, with all expenses paid,
to the student, of the Daytona public
schools receiving the highest number of
Miss Elisabeth Silvernail...................720
Mis Myrtle E. Rix 675
Miss Violet McCoy............. 475
*Mins Louise Foote .........100
"Miss Mabel Ellsworth..................... 65
*Miss Helen Burgman..................... 60
Names withdrawn.
:- Not a student this year.


f f eplar Students' Contest.
a Please record FIVE votes for


TRBoy'sOt d tU

From the Shep ta the Man. W*aim -&
pairof Dutelmss Wool trsnm # at P. ,
4.00 or 5.00, sad wear them two entoa.
peder button that comm oI we wl pW7 ymso
they rip atthe waistbad wewilw JwI pag
they rip in the mat or lewhme, we w pea
or give you a new pair. They ae uindoubt


Everybody admirmea or % -
their aristocrote -am hiw wo
easy walking quaktae, abMad*A.
ability. You ema't matMh ea W
Hamilton-Brows show for the pols
anywhere, leaving out the aaw -
tionthey giveyou, ad them atdof'
for "that tired feeag,"

We have just received our winter eamples in made to
measure suits, and can take your order and haw' a sub
here for you in a few day. Remember we also keep
ready mad. clothing.

Yours to Pkase

Moore Bro;


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The Largest and Most Complete Stock
of Drugs in DaytonW Prescriptions conm-
pounded by Registered Pharmacist only.

S Perfumer and Toilet Arqcls, -01
TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BALSAM-25 cents a bottle..-- ,

me **** ******* ,* v4 0 DATTONA. t9LORE
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" Choice Groceri4

We carry as fine a lin

as thereis in the city,

all goods prompt. (

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Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.


DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during Ibugi
hours; office hours, Sundays, 9.00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:80 to 4:80 p. 6.,

SCHMIDTS VILLA Overlooking the HalifaxBier
The hotel commands a most attractive view in every direction and o finer
location can be found in the vicinity. It is only one mile from the oces ,
and is convenient to the depot, postoffice, churches and public heela,

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flatcars in just ninety asconds.
MTNew walking skirtajust in at Hill's.
Two gentlemen were out hunting near
New Smyrna recently, when the heard a
razorback hog squeal. They immediately
turned toward the noise and found that
a large bear had caught a hog weighing
in the neighborhood of one hundred
pounds. A well aimed shot from the gun
of one of the hunters dispatched bruin,
but not however, until he had injured
the hog so badly that it had to killed,
Tilman White brought up a tW pounds
of the careas of his nibes, the bear, and
presented is to Landlord Schmidt, of
Schmidt's illa.

When you ask a man to subscribe fc
your paper and he says, "Oh. I never
read much, and besides, the times are too
plagued hard," for God's sake apology
and leave him. Life is to short to teach
a jack toting soprano. All gentleman
now days read newspapers, and lots o
them. Show us a man who lives in




TwIheft ge of te state fair has ar- i UU I ILR nRNU MI Ceni
alwe tm wflbe neeted during thie
d will be during Succe says it never knew a man to Or
1WSiLr boumalueady met an be sucessful who was always talking* p : Oran
Swll t about business being bad. Never allow Port Orange 01 0
beha 1i4hT1? yourself to dwell on the dark side of any- S ee..0.. --..00...000000 Fu
JiIh Id witoat the fair would be thing. You should refuse to talk de. PonT ORANAE:-Mr. and Mrs. C. Straub. Cot,
ami h II My, worth a visits there pressed markets or hard times. Learn of Syracuse, N. Y., arrived last week and livi
e m0e bMikag uoder construction to talk up, not down. Many business of Syracust of the Port Orange Houe oceandii
we omu I M 11 S undero tcone ructio n beeme chronic gruniblers and fault
w l t ei tha in the whole of nr. Times ar always hard fitl while their handsome winter residence is dent
tfiner. Times an- always hard withbeing got ready
T will Mbe reunion of the boys in them. Other men get into a psimistic e ot ready
rut, and never see brightness or nsucce Charlov Cox drove through town Ilst
rmw AWld boysaGei oe at the staton in anything. It is impossible for such week. B
Smt illm te tate Agricultoral so- people to prosper. Succ s is a delicate Mrs. E. F. M.laniel went down to New
eo, oiVeStioa of te Chritian En- plant, a11l requires on.-ouragement nad Smiyrnalast Friday and ihas not returned
baame Sochoy and 8pworthI gpuethe I sunshine. yet
mmilCo-ventionof ~ ~ 'Asociation of Regard yourself as superior to the yet
smn nmtiConeoifea. d a publs i evils which surround you. loarn to) Gust Johnson is getting Mr. .1. It.
Mo and C ounc Aie au dominate orr environment, to ri White's pretty winter honme r.ady for
S]od A u sri above depressing^ influ,,n-. Look for then: the.y are exiect.d this week.
Qadsa m meing of the Retil Mer- i
-W&' AAsoetion and County Com-e the bright (aide of tling not the Ilark (ol. Roe and family aire also looked for!
*lillIeII. There will he a football Jnd gk y ii"l ab iit the N.
7%S The world likes unny. hopefiil. Ihony- 1ev. Patilk hold service in the Town

iMjboy will ave a good time. and tnt, characters, it, shun lngubrious HIal list Runday niornin and Rev. C.h
tsh worth mome, will have all oppor- phet. wh e nly failu W Arnold had sdrvi. in (ra. Chu rch
Sto med learn that it i possible e in tl afternoon. From now till farther
to our State a great farming men and wonen, who e, atie H noticete will b Divine service in ice
t oa nthe oin. longevity in their callings, are the t nes nott w vins ce n
i *so fi setmOid lonone in the Union. h tr it church lievery first iand third Suinmla after-
wqo shMoualdw inee the eeMidwaye. t try to avoid disgreealh!e, uni.l-as at noon at half least three.
am mlom1 soow and the irst band ofe people, as it is to try to escape from the Mrs. .S ,a;il, :",td .Mis.- Milhurni dlr.v- 1
ldim eoo and the band_ of clouds And shadows into the sunlight. up to i)Davtmrn M,,ondlav o it bitisin.ess'
WM d Iim ever shown; the deer ti
A dam beerm the sea-cow and the trip'
bear Sat boua. See the program 1 Dizziness, hloe of appetite. flatulence "ih. fine. Imik nit 1, li',it & gon of
ANIU Mbeameld for. and naess art all conne-ted with dy-. Daytona drore thronglih tout town .NjMin
TalManagr ie buried in work pepia or indigetion, Herbine will g 'v dav *n route for New Smvrria. the scene
Saover prompt relief. Pri tce ,t'. )Dr. .. M ,f its inl ,ure efulnessj
Mid v 6 dt m t ht e fair vw ep over J on o

Wvek beginning Nov. 10,. 1901

hwekmarkmsatheclose of my firt .fut'HTi:
e of 41 m in Daytona. TheI ua. I.
I have b Ia eivedl from r eid&nte iguuday ... .. ;:'
8 mM ouday ........... ..........
do um mmea m and neighbor expec T. ue ............. ..7:34
Semasi amoathel t t my expe VP W ikEmamamfitant here next Wednsday ................. ...... :(i
M ad&=t&w hb bebetter than eer p. | ThuWnsday ........................ :45
S pompt d cl er tten Friday............................... 9:2
p to w. Tmm ek patten Saturda...........................10:0.
tir ti lonm e the past, and trusting n Ow gE.
e aM maUy coatioue, I am. monday ....................... 12:12
W A. D Monday............................. 12:4
off t Upo4)Date Tboorial Tsday........................... 1:18
ldw.^ Wedaemday.................. 1:47
*Mr*T- h..Wl


Si o.Her Iav .mi. ov 7.-On i Miondayi the
6:46 first raft't of log-, was Ieroihtt ip hly the
7 1 '"Tonimaka for Mr. Ilntin' ne..w mill.
7:- -,He expect* to irin work mnext wo'k.
:, ). i t * !*:02: Mrs. Carter, Mrs. .A II I'arter ;tnd Mrs.
.:4.5 G. W. Hiarri.- drove to town onI Tti.-sdtay.
10:32 Our bicycle path is still soft in place
an one of our lady eyelists can. testify.
12:540 She went in the mud over her shoe top


ereday.......................... 2:20 3-01

when attempting to ride along one of
the treacherous bits of road.
A party of hunters are getting ready

rally I ccated. Rates Moderate.
A. OSBORNE, Proprietor,
nge Avenue, Daytona, Florida

finished Rooms to Let.
ages to Let, and Store room with
ig rooms above; within 200 feet of
an on S'abreeze avenue. Correspon-
e solicited? A. S. IlARROU,
IGoodall 1P. 0.

inner Oil Stoves.

r* 0q~ijl

Novel and'


No Oder,



H. Niver & Son,,

h1~ 11 \ Ill lIE. 114 RI WAU*~ a n.h
I Nlmh.ltL'AKIN.;.

- W flininin EU

Vt.,_ *G P. B JC
| l P i p Sm 6.-The yaeht, DEAs, Nov. 6.-The Q.OW Coti ;(fa .)
._Orte wek makes e ia mmer bead- aiones had their regular.montblyi ee=t- pu l, GABS FIITlW ,
r ALD.mU), P aS~smfe s e sfived ias w dass leg Monday night, saD adjourned at STEAM ad HOT WATER
dlmdpat md vanmih and other esed P noon Tuesday. All the members were i HEATING.
U 2IPTHIO RATOW: rig, mad having taken on board supplies present, with Commissione; Rodgers, of [IA CATZD IN MASOMNC UILDIMO.
p 1 A& S, *te in Advane. in abhmmame, Its complHmet of crew Daytona, in the chair. Report of road .....
i g gl. l L -4O.alpt, saolter and cook, with its work was make by each eommiomeer-
owr dt invited guests, sailed south. Many of the roads rendered impassible OCEAN HOUSE,
I.af -" m M ward last week. It will stop at all by the recent storm have been put in
M -t p a MM. lM110i 0M points of lerm t between her and Key good order again. The new bridge over W. SAMS, Propretor
West w is h eb peaspeetlv dest dprue Creek, on the road from New R : $2 and Upward; Special to
Stihon. Smyrna to Daytona has been completed, r .i.r B re
-40_ *al -" n- at lv0 t og of The Park Houer lanch recently made and is the best bridge ever built over/ Reguar Boarders.
b h" iieni-ld. Anything per- a trip to a nearby railroad town aad that stream. The road from Orange aw SMYXA, FLORIDA.
Ielriesmeams or quee lsarmed with its table supplies for the Cityto Enterprise has been complex t 9
10 ma be plidld eosxpt0 ov the bty season now at and. pinetrawed,and is reported in fr Thompson,
0 t10A ll m, as a our regOar Fming is good-the daily catches are shape. Tpo Tai .
deail- Bs. h5large, and are divided generously with Applications for state pensions were
thmm who do not go "a- ahtag." presented by Kity George, Nancy Prevatt, High Grade Tailoring a Speciaity.
owwd at the Postoee at Daytons, Tfhebiele path which wasslightly in. Eliza Neal and J. H. Purdom. and all Suits made to order for $18 and
lidam, as ecoaod ClasMatter. jured by the recent rains has been repaired. were approved by the board. up; Pants for 4 and upwards.
Improvement on thefront, which were The Florida East Coast Commercial ; Pant 4 and upwards.
se ". 1 44M 9, for a while delayed by the high water, Company, which is the owner of a large Ck.loiwt a Rsada t itRs-- --M ae
have been completed. It wassaid-aside, tract of land near Oak Hill, and which is Cottage Ave., rear of City IIotel.
but we heard-that the railing on each to put in a large sugar plant, was DAYTONA FLONIDA.
RU N L side ofthe walk across the marsh to the granted the right of way over the south D,
poto e was put there to keep our twelve feet of the public road from the ANTED- VERAL P ON OF CHA-
as ne_ NMws: post-mistresa from "blowing away some Oak Hill station to the Low grant, for a water and good reputation in each state
T sm sto be an impression dark, windy night." We are quite sure tramroad, and was given the right to (one in this county requifd) to repre-
aseed th these will ot be room for she will appreciate, and be glad to know use the timber standing in the county sent and advertise old established
Sai thestateair. o. that the same ruling may be a guide for right ofway, the company agreeing towealthy business boose of solid nancial
t etswithoutknow- others. pen and keep in repair the county road lthy business hose of solid financial
t1 a Ires a done by thon ointer- With the same teacher as last year, along the tramway, and to keep it in standing. Sal, all $18.00 weekly with
1Ml f et s atathei peoaph Iwhle ere. our school is progressing t.icely. repair, without charge or expense to the expenses day ad directtional, all payable in ca.
S ad of Trade of Jacksonville, We have as recent arrivals a colored country. He n carriage fcrnmbed when ae-
I&mO e td y e ad foWed ac. couple newly-wed. The groom it from a Petitions were received from C. M.Horse and cReferencefur. Enclose helf-ad when d.--
-. lor 2,000 people. There nearby settlement and the bride from a Kurtz and George Marsh for appoint- dressed-stamped envelope. managerr,
E be a ra of are to 8t. Augustine distant county. To them life seemed ment as county game warden. On mo-ton Building, Chicago.
a w permit any who desire torisit worth living and very funny. tion it was ordered that, as Mr. Marsh's 1 Caxton Building, Chicago.
O dw at hotel, whetbsthey ean f ind I.petition contained but about two hun-
ad good a mmodations for COUNTY SCHOOL OARD. dd names, while thatof Mr. Kurt.con- e O A K S
m 1..00 to 12.50per daytomingan U SHOL BA gained over four hundred, and as Mr.
W mto.sin p aa evening. TraMr. Kurts' is endorsed by the county Beautifully Located on Ridgewood A re.,
S be morn the d rent roads so that DI vND Nov. ti.-The County School executive committee, that Mr. Kurtz be Daytona, Florida.
pe* enhm a q rea can go in and Board met in regular session Monday recommended to the Govenor for i-ap-
Shday and return home at night. evening, with Commissioners Chandler pointment as game warden. NOW OPEN TO GUESTS.
mor ls r thowand people can visit and Causey present and Superintendent On motion the New Smyrna Breeze
o Lgvrtevery day without leaving Fish as clerk. Fred Knapp, of Daytona. was selected as the paper in which to ad- A new hour, heat|throughout by ho
tha ona tbhomand for the city to appeared and presented his. commission vertise the legal notices regarding the new furnihings, eerythin
or eopl are not all coming in' as a member of the board, vice Mr. Davis, tax books and the collections. to make guestcomfartabl.ng
1 aday,aor will they stay four days; if I resigned Mr Davis having been chair- A petition from a large number of citi- Rates Reasonable.
S wae trthe state fair would be a mania. the board reorganized by electing zent asking the opening of a road from
W allm. I there is ever one thousand John. H. Chandler as chairman. After the (old Hults place t4)o Deerfoot, was re-
pph a&% Mt is Jacksonville during the leading and approval of the minutes ferried toComnmissioners Ionl and Brooks r. George Silvral. Prop.
tar t wold mean a large sum of of the last meeting, the superintendent for investigation and report. The notary
,omWitd e lairandyet theboard presented the deed for the schoolhouse bond of Ii. l'arkinson. of Daytona, i 4e Palm s
%gId omea tee Mo odationsfor 2,000. lot at Coronado, and reported that the was approve.. The treasurer's reports
wsbelmbwse a mbuarem of information lo- release of the mortgage on it was ex for (Ohtoler were received, filed, exam- This popular home-like boarding
d-at orar tMedepot, where people pecteddaily. The request from certain in.wd and Lapplrovie). Mr. Iarrott wa house i dutifully stated on!
S pwf'Toomi Alarge per e=tage dltiaens for the pro-rataof their share ni granted a rk'-,lte of taxw- *,mounting to I
d @ esomi theg to the ate lair the school funds was presented, a.d iun 88 ,efht to apply on 11. The Couuty Beach Street facing the Halifax
m l .asmdl-sof 150milesandosuehbaecordance with the rule and precedemit Ju.,le wasrequested to issue necesary River. The rooms are large and,
W h1 mr omoly for the day. of the board. it was refused. On motion P aler in then matter of the hlgal guard-h bl c nt. e I ,
b simdy whe larpst agricultural it was ordered that the sum of $20 bx. ianship fori a pauper child at the poor tl e table board excelJent, 'I.
d nra i owi e Soth; f ar and I appropriated toward the expense of a house. The clerk was instructed to house is but three blocks from Sihe
X l|ttlmairser heldin Florida I lowing well at the New Smyrna school-1 notify the Daytona Telephone Company
meaaeasnlarge Hly beyond any. house. A request from New Smyrna for to comply at once with the resolution off
gard shelsasdlbeyond it all mother teacher was presented. As a the board passed at the October meeting,; the churches and but one mile
fathgo n aoamla Aight of a city build- I similar request had been previously re- requiring it to remove all obstructions fron, the beach. Rates reasoTlnh,..
Sl*P m gam Sg Simeerelvy your, fused. it was decided not to change the placed by it or its employees on the. Day- o
S OP. HAY LY, order. The matter of the request for a tona road, and to remove its poles to aJ. Md f(N'iL'M, proprietor.
General Manager. | change of teachers at Holly Hill was re- distance of twelve feet from the center of -- --- -- -- -
erred to CommissionerKnapp to investi- the said road, and that. if this notice be Daytona Tailoerin Companar
gate and report. The superintendent not complied with at once, Judge I. A. Clean ng, Dyeing and Repairing.
$2 EBIJJ. was instructed to dispose of the old Stewart be authorized and instructed to ilks a"nd Woolens Guaranteed.
school building at Saulsville for the best take all legal steps necessary to reLadies'quire ork DeliveSkirtd Promptly.
I wp yti above lor the arrest and prine obtainable. It was decided by the compliance with the demand. J. W. Davis, Cottage Ave. nearCity Hotel
eswe iao ke agmy erson dealing from board, after advising with the superin- W. H. Haskill was authorized to visit Intelligence Office in Connection.
W of my peuinem, including wood, tendent and the officers of the Teachers' the different sections of the county and
dtdhme. Association, not to hold a teachers' con- make up a suitable exhibit for the state S. H. GOVEX
I ihw also contribute $100 annually mention in November as heretofore, but fair to be held in Jacksonville. A o
toU ad 1 taMhe salary of a night pa. to hold a teachers' institute at DeLand After the payment of current bills, the Architect, Builder
Mern toam p thieves out of town and in February. Warrants were drawn for board adjourned. and Contractor. P
aestake tomrunmingatlerge.. the teachers' salaries for October, and Residence and office, northeat corner of
: AaAM& 8cAts. the board adjourned. idgewod and Vo Nsia avenueLA.
Thousands of the most stubborn and PhOne a9. DAYTONA. rLA.
SPIal-lm. Cues Pillos distressing cases of piles have been cured -
STAT FBM [ouey refunded if it ever fails. by Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment. It R P AN HOUSE.
never failed to cure. Price 50 eta. in bot- EU KOPEAN OU
-- nn.T Tlla Uann tIr ties, tubes 76 cts. Dr .T. M. Jones. NOW OPEN

Soeesft g kmwi aDyts=&. P

Wimn ront ETierro hUrs A SPWMALTT

I-Full supply of all kinds of electrial
applinmeo and supplies always on hand.

Spell matlU m to M4i Work.

Daytona Ice Co.
WM. WICKINa, Manger.

Made from Distilled Water.

Magmnolu Avenue and lRaal-m

Hauls baggage, freight, etc.,
rates reasonable, prompt service.
Office, Boston Barber shop.
l':ra 77. S. MILLr, PnorP


Has a big lot of liarness, Collars,
leather Strapm and Parts. Just
received Harness $6.50and upwards.
New Sewlng Man-hin-s for $16 and
upwards. I can furnish you with
any kind of a n e\ving ma-hin,>.

Your Patronagne Solicited.

Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

Printing ?

Good printing will

your business. Th(

the kir)d we do;

you get it when prol

ised. Call Phor)e 18-

OSBORN, The Pri9ter,

Florida East Coast R3

rime Table No. 5. In Kleet Sepr. 1, 10-1.

SOUTB DBOU140 PA~d Downo1

ILT.7 .Jakssnv~ .........

.. .. ..... ....
I**p t ........

"You can iool all the people some
of the time, and some of the
people all the time; but you
can't fool all the people all the

WE DON'T want you
anv otf the time.


Low priced paint will always fool you.
It may look we'll when first put
on but wail not last. It costs as
much to put on a lbxr paint a.
it does a g THE
are made to fool no one. They
are honest Pai-:ts for honest peo.
ple. They cover most. look lbest,
wear longest, are mot economi-
cal, and a Pil's fill 0eas5ure.
Bingham & Maley.


At &H *Bft st'r. 25 2S & 6m r.

A. Ceci. Barnett,
Sftengrpher and I yt)wrfttr
Colovang aiml Memiifololiumg a 8iewistt!.r
-P. (0. Box 44-
Pik+ Hai '.tw it twap *4Albr.hash

Leave Mi.uni Monday a l Frildays .. 10l pm Leave Harana*Wds. aw d sturdayu.... W0
Arrvp Ke.y W.-r Tues. and lsatrdys. 10 pm Arrive key West Wedl. and Ste...... sWB
Leave Key Wer Te, and andiy .. ?t>pm Leav. K) Wet Thus .4 w ..... i
SArrivp Harmaa Wedi,. and Mondays.. 525am Arrive Miami Pridaywand Moadays ...
For oopy of local time card addPs e any Agent.
: R. AU ERz Ast. Ge. Pass. Agat. ST. A orGIUS'VN3, A


hallway *w


THE NEW YORK & RWi IMA wmanini-- u. -~~a~~Vw~e

---.... w e-n -wrk l .A ArnICUC
To th Bast and North.

To the We.t and Noth-.Wet.
The line through "ThO Land of the Sky." Asheville, vHe
SWrngs, N. Q. Finest Suammer Resort Section in the
World. Through SlWeping Cars from Jacksonville to
Asheville and HlMt Spring.s North Carolina.
Cti f IWOsu to PI.XM-nM JWOMB Iufft, It T.
Through Vestibaled Tralans Pillman Drawing-.som Sleepin Cars, Through
Coaches. acerWet Diving Ca Service.



Through Trains via the Southera Railway are Operated in Connection with

Good scot NenMWe

0.,.i. andi Window .--.n.. Pi.t ur .'.. "
M Jrltr 0 0 4emap ..... ie ne ...j ......
.Mouldings iaile t ,,or lei. All kinds of .... ....ft k -- ..ede .....
Furniturih Ip ringiii d- -ine on lort notice pj ..4 Melbor ...i. .uoM b... .. .
.. ........ .4 11, ........ i .....
1re .o i.b: pri ..... ...... i t --W ...........s t- Iti, ...... ......
fort re ..... ......
ottag. v n e. DA T A. FLA. .... ............... 1 0. ...
ARCHITECT. ... '. JDe ............... ".... .....
-...ENERAL ...... ci .......... ... ........ .
oS: E1 i, "... H o M oJisnsmen.............L .... .....
and I ER, KHuYar sr ars on a..d ........ .. 7 ..... ......
7116 .. ::::: .i* ...'" 9Nt ............

E A. .ITE(T R Ki, a M AYPORT NO........ .. .. .. B.. ......

aWs ot.alm.... ........ 9 ....... Ar
Su gestions of l s f ......rrn hed grtue e .... ... ............
(GENERAL CONTRACTOR 57! l. ,, ......... L ,mon i t.y ........... f ...... ......
I t5tAr M a c.............h L O ft .........
tosl. WillILD che R, coult ithufl ario C on ri Ar ralaport a id Ta. .

persons desiring plan,.l :o and guarantee ..j. o A .
Iunud;kmdbilyDalayli M AYPORT BRANCH. tlybs

4p Iiatisfaction.M Daily D ry y.mil.... ...JcDTly eD .D. r
*juipiLlU~te aa R 8 "" .. .. .... o.Jr io Beach ........ ...... 7 it *....
losp 7 i 1i .9... ... Ar. tlantic i0 eh ...v.......... 7l 1-b-
tously. Will cheerfully cousult with a 11 tN) ; tsn a A f r .Mas rt va i4O't 4 ...p.11u

__a ....i. o., ---n at-. -
Seabreon desiring pan and guarantee oDiy Daly A ANFORD BRANCH.
750pl atpi 141{ 6 Ma Ar Rt Pulatk t a 1 7 1

Seabreezer Florida.d Dai .iy OANCH. I,. .y.s i r r

in, therefrom.

isiV aITMs.





S(,n Ladies' and Qent.
Furnishings, Notions etc.

yand Pscre the for wh m ng your
2- I-- -, y u

pc- Not better than to have


J. L. ODUM,0
The finest Market South of Jacksonville.
Western and Florida Meate.



A full stock of all kinds of Fresh
Poultry a specialty.


LADIES' WRAPrD, cpa s 4.c
at the bottolmla; W hla y... h s Q
co llav er th .w...... .

wool mixture d 48c
thng for the kitchen ImC
Bibbd; new Satseam, combed yarn. Gstscal
d let us explain to you the advantages
of the garments. They sell for VC
MEN'8 NECKWEAR-Beautiful pattern in the
atest aad mst Mionable stylesm. They p
e well worth 50c, but we sell them for..... C
POCKET BOOKS-We are expecting every day
a line of beutilul alligator pocket books and
p .es. They make a most desirable gift
to a fried. The sell from $2.75 down to...75C
DOT8 CLOTHING-A nobby suit for the little
ow, mly wool, at -a price that
odabamst take your bath, j ,$J*


LADIEB'WRAPPES8, peresl, with deep fonamce
abotto.. A very nest garment. It 79c
worth $1.00, but we sell it for only.............79c



Smith & SonDAYTONA.

B. F. Hough has been under the
wear the past week.
MMs. H. Marcotte. of St. Augustine.
was i Daytona Monday.
O g IIoenl Shoes!! Shoes!!! Smith & Son
wM have a special sale on shoes all next

E. T. and F. N. Conrad had the good
ltek to bag twenty-four snipe in one
hoar Thursday.
Jadge McCrory was over from DeLan
calling on his Daytona friend Wedn
day and Thursday.
Alfred Pettepher arrived from Eau
Oabe, Wis., Thursday, and is the guest
of his brother, J. C. Pettepher.
A young peoples' society was organized
at the colored Baptist church in Midway
Monday evening, with a membership of
Capt. H. F. Dougiass went to New
Smyrma Thursday afternoon to copy the
part of the county tax list that interests
Daytomians. He returned yesterday.
We still have some of that nice
S traised honey, which we are selling at
k ity east a gallon, or flteen cents a
quart. It's great etuff
E. 1'T. COAD & Co.
Dr. W. E. French went to Lake Mary,
which i located four milk south of
ladord, Thursday, on prolmesinal
b iness. He will return to Daytona

A newspaper can no more afford to tell
the truth about some people than a
pr.ucer who pays the last tribute to
them at the grave," ays a Mississippi
paper. 'But both are excusable because
they kwM that the people know that
they an .lyig
J. R. Hill arrived home last Saturday
eveia, coming by rail from Penusyl-
Wavi, whew he has been visiting with
his b amy shmiut trip in the West. Mrs.
Hi mad daughter, the Miaues Maud and
I M ldred hft Peansylvania the same time
I ht Mr. Hilldid, butthese cameby water
id did not arrive until Tuesday noon.


S Pains

Nature. waning notes of
M -&in'danger from a dis-
eedhear' [f you would
tid kbiliang diseases, or
e- i dden death from this
Midi oabl pay heed to the
mlty Stengthenthe
t' U s, Oet it nerv-
regulate its
Sdiat greatest of all
medis Dr. Miles'
"Dat_ nts through my
left p I and arm would d
dby usmotberi. heart
n aad WnUn. Dr. Miles'
t Cure ha entirely reieved
r Jew VAxDawXTanB,

Mia Clar Winne Is clerking at SEABREEZE SALMAGUNDI.
Schmidt's Villa.
WIfl you want to see the latest in The town council met in regular session
walking hate inspect the line at Mrs. E. Monday evening last.
B. Moore's millinery parlors. Mrs. Oiumn, who has been sick for some
J. P. Beckwith, traffic manager of the time, is slowly improving.
Florida East Coast Railway, with his C. P. Lund made a business trip to
family, will be located for the winter at DeLand the first part of the week.
the Alcazar in St. Augustine. Harry Wilson has received the contract
glrHarris has just received the agency for painting the residence of C. F. Burg-
for Eastman kodaks and supplies, man.
LAt present there are nineteen prisoners Don Martin leaves for New York on the
in the Volusia county jail, at DeLand. 20th inst.. to purchase his fall simply of
A greater number have not been confined bike..
in the county bastile at any time for The plasterers anr at work putting the
years. finishing touches to the interior of thi*
-IrHarris will shortly have in a line of Opera House.
mouldings and will he prepared to make Mrs. James Rhodes Buchanan. of ID n-
t4 order picture frames and mats. ver, Colo., has rented the Rose Cottage
for the winter.
G. C. Henry, superintendent of con-
struction for the Florida Electric Com-. It in alleged that W. A. Snow has sold
pany, of Jacksonville, arrived Tuesday out his livery stable and will shortly
and is looking after the erection of the leave Seabreeze.
electric light poles. A fonre of men have been at work this

INSee the fashionable millinery at
Mrs. E. B. Moor's millinery parlors.
H. Q. Hawley arrived from Umatilla,
where he has been spending a couple of
weeks with his family, Wednesday, and
is stopping at the Van Dorn House. Mr
Hawley is the gentleman who lost his
eyesight by an explosion in Colorado.
shortly after leaving Daytona.
'-Millinery in the latest and most
fashionable styles at Mrs. E. B. Mooxr'sm
millinery parlors.

week clearing up and mowing tthe grass
along Ocean Boulevard.
Mrs. A. M. Mitchell, who has ien
spending several months in the North,
returned home the first of the week.
Wilmans' Publishing Hlouse expect to
move into their new quarters tn the
Opera House building abuut January Int.
C. F. Burgman has ordered the making
of three hundred artistic badges to be
worn by the delegate" to tIhe convention.
E. L. Howard, of IlastinKs, lnas been

Coast Bottling Works
Thomas & lurdi.k, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of the finest Plain and Carionated Beveragv4. Try our
deijkious Cherry Phosophate. All goods delivered promptly.
Daytona, Florida.

...DX>Lsmtd, Florida...
Courses of Study are equivalent to those of the -.Nst American Institutions.
Buildings and equipment cost more than $250,000. $f,5.000 will be added to the
plant during the coming year- The University includes the following departments:
Law. College, Academy, Normal and PIractice School, Music, Art, Business.
Graduates of the Law Department anr admitted to practice in the courts of;
Florida without examination.
For catalogue alddrss the president.,
J. F. Forbes.





byv our new invention. Oilv those born deaf are incurable.
7i.Tt.WMoRi-, Md.. March 30, 1901.
ent r.f.. Iri,. "ti .' r a full lhii 'rv of inv ca-,. % 1 ':-, .St \.)i:r .t.icr(tioin.
Aboixt tive vr.ii : ago nivy r.ght car Lb-;an to s;ng. and ltis. kpt on getting worse, until I lost
my heariig in this ear enuirt v.
I underwent a treatment fr cittirli. for three ntontli. without :iany ucces, consulted a num-
ber of physv.ic:a. anlioru otl-thtfi: i ttlst ut irt nt cair ipe>a.:--t 0o thi. city, who told mie that
only an operation coulid hilp 11,'. andt-% t-n that enly Item i iarily, that the head noises would
then C e--e. hut th'" hle-.triin l the- aia tdl fcar 'wo;ilti tl ;'o-t forever.
I then, sawv our a.ivcrti-rir ntit aci.leinually ii a New YVo k paper. and ordered your treat-
ment. Aft'-r I hal ui'd it oInlv a ,w .i..t'- ;.. nr ilwii t> you: \.( itt ectioe ., tihe noi-esceased, and
to-day,. after five wet-rk. my hiearitin in thli *iisea-ed car htai been entirely n-tuoed. I thank yos
heirtily and be to fezilfti Vetry trtily votr-
I-. A. WERMAN, 730 S. Broadway, Baltimore. Md.
Our treatment does not interfere with your t"astl oerrupaUtoe.
xadvnation and YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME -Ta=m "l

Logically Evident.

It seems to me weirdly strange that Dr. A. II. Wallace, the author of
so many excellent treatises on natural selection and organic evolution.
should now require to ask: "il' flow are the superior persons in an entire
population to be discovered, and (2' flow, when discovered, are they to be!
in the position of rulers over less superior persons?"--Eagle and Serpent.

in this burg several days this week look- Siurely the biological answer to these queries must be logically evident
g need a nigt watchman as after his real estate interests on iSea- to every right-thinking man who has accepted an true the leading principles
again been demonstrated. Friday even- bres Ave. of Darwinian philosophy.
ing, of last week, someone entered the The business of "superior persons" is to "discover" themselves by their
residence of Mr. Hunnewell on Ridge- Toni Keiton, of ouglsville, a.,s ownaggressive virility. They are undernoobliationwhatever to be sel-
wood, but was frightened away before Tom clerked in the store of W. a- ected by "less superior persons." Their strength and will is their all-suffli-
he was able to get his hands on any- gtt lerket win ter. Gaeto f. v A. hta cl ent warrant. The victor is ruler oy the very fact of his victory.v
Ithin more than at is non-essential for superior persons to be "*placed" in the position of
night a prowler entered the home of o. rulers. They invite themselves, and inaugurate themselves.
Adam Schants and appropriated about, G(;o. S. derrick, ofMointpeli.r,Vermont, Dr. Wallace writes more than one unanswerable chapter to prove that
$1l0 in cash, a purse and some rii.' uncle of Wesley Hlerrick will spend the this is the good and ancient procedure aniong all animatic herds- and might
Suspicious looking negroes have also, to winter in Florida, visiting Mr. Herrick I ask him what is an "entire population" of huminans, what is a nation but a
our knowledge. been setn around the at Orange. City. and later Wesley at this herd of animals?
residences of J. B. Parkinson and W.H. plae. When roaming the prairies and forests iin a non-captive state), the
Peter, but were in both cases frightened p strongest bull, stallion, boar or ramin is niaster champion, leader, and king of
away before effecting an entrance. Mrs. ydney Haigh, whom we r.ixrted the herd, ie is not "voted" into this position by his inferiors -he fights
as being quite ill last week, at this writ- himself into it against their will. fie is self-selected lby battle, nay, by
-- iug is apparently no better. t e1r manmy generations of battle. lie iw the animal than "Can." (The words ('an and
friends trust that she will sl|edily re- King are from the same root. i
....... r. This is also the law and rule among men, or history lies abominable.
At the election. Monday last. Robert The battle for Oupremacy in South Africa between Krnger and flhodes. be-
SL Klutz was elected by a vote of 14. to tween English and Dutch, ought to be a convincing object lesson as to the
""8 in favor of Mr. Trumbower. to, fill the absolute truth of this contention divine right to rule and reign is given by
Mrs. Lindsay has but just retu vacancas alderma.ausel by the retig- conquest by ability to do thinnrs. No voting is needed.
from the Hoapital at St. August!i nation of E. E. Starkey sline w.ee -ksLital fromFreedomofOctoer 9th.
where she has been seriously ill for sornt. *.go 1 ,, ad l

Officesawd Ya* bin Sku

Gramling Bakery

We have just put in a line of Hicks Bros'
famous Home Made C'andies. None
better. We haveall varieties. Try some.

Our bread ead pastry is up to the stand
ard o f excellence. Call and see us at our
new Beach street quarters.


C. W. .a M.J. Gramling.


M. M. odwinl Propietors.
J. A. DouglaspI

Fine Wagons
aid Carriages.

Geneal 1R~ac6c-tnithmn ad Repiig



Shop near Bond & Bond Lumeinr Yard.

Moss and Fiber Mattremu
I Deler in Seniid Hand Furniture and Stovew.
Your Old Ftrniture Made as Good as New.
'Second Avenue. ,opliosit. Sc.linlidt's Villa. Phone DrrYTONA, FLOWMA.

This house is just conipleteid, and is t;eautifully located on North Ridgewood
Avenue. It is perfectly heatcfl liy hot-air; and has bath] room, and all
modernionvcvnienc.es. I('tisinii.xcelliint. hates reasonable. Rooms singly
or .in suite. All outside rioomni. [ouI se w I large verandahs. 18

te r. Mrs. Benson. of Dnver, Colo., with |Daytona, Florida.
The grocery w-il adis n oininrly pt. an her son and daughter, arrived here W.ed- What are the "--Wild waves saving" on the .Mental Sciolist's shore?
being' atwo-w-mill is nearly cofram building, with nesda y afternoon and will stop in the You had rheumatism once: it will pay to get wet no more. -
being a twostory fra building, wi Trumnbower cottage ont(Oeen itoul.-varl; Drop the cloak of your antiquated concentratedd thought" before S I E Y H U E
neay withoutrand and bein site t pled asingthey come in order to attend the conren- It reached C(hina. and your lifted through the "open door."
tiel without present quite pleasing tion on the 28th inst., as well as pend a Did it ever occuJ so you while roping i your victims int
appearance winter in Florida. You might be commiting a very grievouis sin. S I MOSELE l rprieto.
On Sunday next, the Yankee D)oodile of ti Which would arou-e to animation this great United Nation. Frnting Ialifax River. l'hree Bl,:ks from Depot; one Block from Postofee.
this place ad the launch Angler. of Mr. P. E. Arnold and family. of Westfield. Culminating. du ingn our recent lac in the dibarring of your mail
Merril. of Daytona, ill Cnrry the Holi-N. Y.. an expected to arrive in eareeze Would not the Arabian Ni its or Manchansen'd tale. Ter s 7 to $9 pe Wee .
ness Band, under the nuspi4s% of Mr. in the course. of a iew days, and will stop 'Anania's btory or .aplphira's wail. be a flv-speck on the moon
ienmsa n twInlet. temporarily at thle Ibording house of Paling with envv y reen, when your ship of state careeninL
Lindsay. to th In-t. M. .Schmilt. Their furniture w"Slid a load of cures unmeaning. on a distant caninial shore, Daytona, Florida.
Mrs. ('. F. Wethrell is very ill at pli- shipped from Wewtti.'hl somne days anro. (n which your rejuvenated. ,on,,lomerated,. approioria;ted thoughts had
ent. and they exp't to make this hurg their roosted before"1
Mr. Ypingto, of I ,-Lndl. has pr- permn-ui.ent houn. Their pipes are lit behind a lilt .7." ,with tl,.se c ures that's seeming. A TL IF A X H O U SE ,
cha l the summer licniing grounds. And through sharpened teelith thcY pT your thoughts redeeming. F roNriet
and will oon ueret a lwellinghous for MEETINGFreedo-" 9th. which was not printed ? Although it wa .,6. strong. ITTE Proprietor.
hid wif and fane a UNIONMEETING. "Logically Evident," we noted. was quoted tlan devoted to it the usual NOW OPEN
himself and dnldiln. -- *'ii,.ninth" l.,cated. Overlhoking th,. Beautiful Halifax River.
.%s. Taylor ha@ had her grounds dig-dong.t ront Ia
c learned up and walk senlarged that A tnin ronl.ting of th W. I'. T. 1'. and To this we .ty the blame if the strung kill the weak. and the weak go lame T ,l I.ou ,.ll,.*t. Itt<.: OneDollar per Day; Five to H4ven Dollar per Week
lead up and alk enlarged, 'r E. will li hehl :t the (Congrep- If you pulled a chieftain's leg as it ne'er had been pulled before. DAYTONA. FLORIDA.
it is much ohaproved. national churcin-h to-intrrow evening at Do you think you'd pull 3:).), as on Caliurnia's shore? -- ...
To us. who have the misfortune o live 7 o'clohk. Why not stick to civilization instead of indulging your fantastical creation? Stores at .Jaksonvill,. lalm Beach and Laike City.

S .-


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Daytona, Florldas

RUBBERS-We have just received a line of rubbers
for womem and children. They are the well known
bramad of the Goodyear, and Connecticut Rubber
eompanaie. We bought them cheap and r-
give our patrons the benefit of the bargain.. 'x
UNDERTKIRTS--Pleated, with beautiful em-
embroidery on the bottom. Rare ~' fA
bargain at................................................
TALCUM POWDER-We handle Tappan's, which
is conceded by the public to be the leading toilet
and nursery powder. A general favorite 1[ .
with the ladies. Only.............. ...............
OSTRICH PLUMES-We have some beautiful
white dames, 8 and 10 inches long. Others Ac
would ask you $1.50 for the same kind....... -r ,
MEN'S PANTS-We keep various qualities in
many different patterns. The prices $ \ t
range from *4.00 down to .4' .""N


Ladies' shoes, nizes 3 to 4, reglnar price $2..10. now only........... $1.25
Misses' shoes, sizes 13 to 2, regular price $1.0. now...................... 90
Children's Oxfords. 5 to 8. regular price 50) nts, now................25
Boy's, 3 to 4, regular price $1.00, now..... ....................... 50
Men's Patent Leather, satin calf, regular $3.30 stock. now......... 1.7s

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



Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
'Phone 49.
Magnolia Ave. and F. E. 4'. Ry. (West of Postoflice.)


0016ok mm"

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S' '*

Seaboard Air Line Ry.
The Shortoet Rotte.
The Best ULine.

Double Daily Service, including
mH 1sMSundays
Dome ow say= to
with THROUGH PULLMAN SI.EEPERS. It is the Only Line Operating
Daily Through Pullman Car Service between Jacksonville and New Orleans.

For further inkormatioo write to
A. 0. MavcIONELL. Awnt. Gen. Pam..Agent, Jacksonville. Florida.
RI E. L. BUNCH. Gen. Pam. Agent, Portsmouth, Va.
J.'M. BARR. First Vic-Pnwlsient and General Manager, Portsmouth. Va. *

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I had been troubled a year. off and on. with constipation. bil-

ioumess and sick headaches.
Oan day a friend asked me wha

Nothing seemed to do me any good.
it the trouble was. When I toall

him le recommended R-I'P-A-N-S Tabules.

That evening I got a

box;" and after the second box I began to feel so much relief that I

kept on with them.

I have Ripans Tabules always in the house

sow and carry a pw-kage of them in my pocket.

One gives relief.

At dru n itt.
The Fire-Cent packet in enough for an ordinary occasion.
The family bottle, W0 ceut. contains a
supply for a year.

9* WN s ice to Ptypalcinst m sMriels.
TIE M E GOLD CURE. Office of Mtdicnl Examiners. i
-Seventh Judicial District.
AmN g ts essmt owb skrds Orland. Fla.. Novri, her 4, 19Ui )
e t MCand Dney In a -Isit datne with an a t entitled. ."Al Act
69 1lbsdh. to Regulante the kr.-tice of Nedieane.'" etc.. at-
-. proved Mary 3. 1M.. you are hereby notified
Mfis u Dmuss. Dem N yw* sig of e I that the Baird MIgM. A l gviio Mli t the eo JiuAial Di triet of the etate se Ne n UMr Nt. -Florida will meet *t my office in Orlandio.
-(orange eninty. IF riric. o'< Tue-dav, l<-cein
It is now generally known anil uinder- b,.r 10. iill. it t tig othe T-(..;. I U'.Ilty ill tinc
stood that Iklunkenewa is a dim'*l" l ali .nlh. R L. I AKHIS, Secr.tasrv
mot weakrnes. A body killed with |oism -
and serves completely shattered l.y i- Notice of G0 rnimhment,.
lodiral or constant Use of intoxicating In Justi'a Court. 7th lIi.trict, V'.,lsia (c.. Fla.
liqors, requires and antidote capable of \W. A. DePa. Plaintiti )
mUtraliziug and eradicating this poison. .('o b -
eaddestrying the raving for intoxi- olum bs IatRap.ey, Def Ie t. nd ta
casts. nurer-r ntmy now cure them- others whom it may c'ione rn:
gevw at home without publicity or lom Take notice that a rit of01 grnlna Dent ins,
at tIme from businne by this Wondllrfnl bll i'tled in tlife namm.4 8'1, .4 atd tlt
iyopur ai ly i iu the hmnti .sin f the FI'-rioa lla-
"HOME GOLDl (RE." which has been s oa-t Railway Company h.- Ilien girigainseed
paieeted after many years of closw study Ne,'A. unless you at'ipeNr before fi. A. Wailatr.
Sad tetament of inebriates. The faithful a lr- o,0c.f the tic.inly a forlthe. t o -ent
uwe ordiung to directions of this won- (,,r; l...-. 2. INa. judginiiit A rill t. nteredi
dertu diovery is positively guaranteed against Itoi. v. A Di'PA.- I' liintill.
to cute the mot obtptinate case. no mat- .
tar how hard a drinker. Our records
show the marrelous transformation of
Sof Drnkards into er, i WtC Gishment.
detious Iad u t men. ;n JtIn sp Court, 7th littriet, Volusnia (Co, Filn.
Sprilbt men. IW. A. Delais. Plaintiff )
To James Johnuon. lefendenmt, sld all other,.
This resed. is in no sense a nostrunm but whom it mar concern :
hla peNe for thindimease only. and is Take notie that rtt (of enrnisihmnnt his
so kifully devised and prepared that it been Issed i, the aia.ve n.nr-.*I si'a'. ,,atil
Soluble and im t t that air property in the han.& f the Fhor;da
b tboroqgely oluble and pleasant to Euast C t Railway Company 11:1 la eenti g.n-
the tate, so that it can be giveinin isheed. Now, nnleis you appear btfo.re ;. M.
of teaor coffee without the know- Wallt e. a Justi e of the 'aoee in antil for the'
of tie person akig it. Thousands Seventh District of V\.lia Countvy. Fleorida.
oj("l^tP; ^ 1-takingit. Thon ids on or before .'. ;. Ii jnugmne'nt %%illi t>
f in rd&M have cured themselves with entered against you. W. A. DF.IA-s, raintiff.
this prils nr mnedy, and as many more
have beem eu rud and made temperate -- -
-to by aring tle-CURE" adminitered
byl hwia friuMdn and relatives without XEocutoerl Notice.
their knowledge in coffee or tea, and tI- All creditors, legattee. diatritnutes and oll
Awn today that that they dismontinued person, I aving claims or dvinanl. 'aainet tlie
drinking of their own free will. DO NOT estate Thonairs B. Steele. lately htocs.e.l. tor
WAIT. Do not he deluded by apparent heby notified toi prent their' claims to the
a i mifteading "innprovement.' Drive this notice or Ib nbarrcd tl.
.t the disease at ont and for all time. CHAS. A STEFIE..
Te "HOME (GOLD CU RE" is old at xtt.,rtyor ot .a .q e.t. _,idatc.
theextamely low price of One Dollar,

UM plaiemc whinan vnmof everybodny i
t estmeat more effectual than others
ewuti $ 5 to O50. Full direc-tions ac-
N yeach pai kfr. Specin advii"
by p phirians when requiwtcsl
w t extrm chaixe. Sent prepaid to
part of the world on receipt of One
=r. Address Dept. H22 EDWIN II
GIU & CO.. 2I10 and 2232 Market
Set, Philadelia.
Allucowpodetce strictly confid-ential.

1*rher'a Wor Syrup makes children he-al
S fTrrejl thie wo-m that make them
UL tlatiei 3t it o bread.

t I S Wd owh LiAfe.
es Menexicaen Syrup has aeomlished
tael thiss eiborbood which has astoundedi
I PoWle. Min Da.vis was tiven up to die Ie
hrelftr "ilgljb 1intc She had lung fever
he l ame. r s he would die before ni morning
S Maevi10ettdleountiasehis medicine a" 1-
waI he 30 'lbeood. Her parents had a teot
t'% Of e h's Nezican Syrup and (tooch'
alic SeifR In the btmae. They at once b.-
am toge the Syrup in u t -hq-t tly- bMten her chest with the tuick
z- OMW h a kW' bottles of each sbe was almno-
a we as ever It was almu j dr ,ia has e tablshed the reputation sof
s Mextrau Syrup here as a cough
Moody: We ma sli nothiu elii.
J. & N SaHl. Trimbk, Atheins Ci.. 0.
Gek 's Mex ean Syrup cure! a simple oucgh
b mtic., and is the ber-st re-mtedy for
I *lfr4g ouogh. 'rn,-e 2.', -cntis.

lAXT-8KreKaAL PamaNe or acerva good nlpntatKio in eauch State
(4111 01 county required) to n-prn-
-*m adrvetise old estab.lihedl
Ilqy saMlagm hom of rolid fian acial
SSalary $lI.(HM weekly wvithi
e additional, all liayable in cash
0bIe Wr hmday dimwt from head o ifts.
mmae ai eamia fuisrheiwd when me-
nr7y- mm, e s. Enc loe heifW-ad-
--m 4tm m elveope. Mauuager.









Before the days of proper Mategu
a good many cattle got In the paths eo
Michigan railroads and were kmled
outright or so badly Injured as to ne-
essiltate putting them out of misery.
These happenings frequently afforded
the owners of the cattle an opportunity
to bring suit against the railroad com-
panies. so that the employees were re-
quired to be very careful as to details
and to keep a strict recongrf the man-
ner of a cow's death, etc. Regular
printed report of such cases bad to
be turned in by the section master.
who was required to fill out blanks
stating the probable age of the deceas-
ed animal, weight, color, distinguish-
Ing marks and disposition of carcass.
the animal being sometimes .cut up
and sold for beef.
Naturally It was an Irish section
"'chuperintindher" who. like Finni-
gan In his terse report of a wreck.
simply stated. "Off ag'n., on ag'in-Fin-
negan," made out the record of a cer-
tain bovine tragedy In a characteristic
way. Mike guessed pretty well at the
age and weight and color of the dead
cow, but when be came to the line
"disposition of carcass" he scratched
bis head reflectively.
"Sure." he muttered, "she doled alsy,
anywayy" Then opposite the line lie
scrawled. "Kind and gentle."-Detroit
Free Press.
What a Daub f Ink Did.
A certain newspaper proprietor hnd a
way of appearing in the couiposilng
and press rooms nt the most unexpilcted
times, a;d it.s his visits ofilii resulted
In a general shakeupu" of the worl:iiig
forces of the palpr they were :await'sl
with fear and trembling by ti.e em-
One time one of the, presswmen., an ex-
cellent workman, who had bwen there
many years. but was sometlihnes guilty
of a lapse of sobriety. had a black eye
and was in a quandary a.s to what ex-
cuse he should offer if the proprietor
noticed It. By a sudden Inspiration he
seized an ink roller and daubed some
Ink on his face. quite covering the dis-
coloration. Presently the governor
came In and. with the foreman. went
through the room. commenting on ev-
ery detail and looking very sharply at
every workman. When alunit to leave.
he suddenly pointed to the Inky press-
man and said. "What Is that man's
The man quaked in his shoes until he
conflnued slowly: "I want you to give
that man 5 shillings a week more
wages. lie is the only man In the
room who looks as if he had been
S. omethllag to Brcee Up On.
It wa:is alonl l'oiuti nsooi whliil a
well dressed a::a lint4e up against the
bar. lie la l the air and looked the
Part of a high liver, but there was ev-
1 ery tign of a kitdl night. lit, stretched
Shiiiiiself. rublibI id his head aind said to
the ,i'rtenlder:
'** want something to race nup oni."
"All right, sir. "What'll it be?"
"Get the large lemouade glass andj
break live eggs in it."
Chapman, the bartender, looked at
him suspiciously and hesitated.
S"That's what I want." he ordered.
Chapman broke five raw eggs In the
glass and waited for further orders.
"Now a pint of champagne."
Chapman opened the bottle, and the 1
customer poured it on top of the eggs
and, taking a spoon. stirred the milx-
i ture thoroughly and tinu drank It.
Then he paid his bill and walked out.-
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.
rirenes am Medaslne.
That the fruit possesses scry consld-
Serable virtue in this respect is con-
ceded by most eminent authorities.
and for this reason as well as on ac-
count of their food value they are in-
cluded among the foods suitable for in-
valids. children and those whose di-
gestive powers are rather inactive.
Their Influence is mild. which fact
makes them desirable for the not over
I robust.
A dish of well cooked rice and
prunes, made dainty and attractive for
I serving. is a dish to serve for cithier a
Breakfast, luncheon or a dessert, espe-
cially for the child or invalid, and
should wbe adhdel especially to our list
Sof hot weather dishes, frequently re-
placing meat and potatoes and heavy.
unseasonable desserts.


Pure Juicks from Natural Roots.


ES M M INdIM I s.50Sbim.

Prioo, 50 Cents.
hrpui by JAMES F. ULARD, SL Lo. M.

SeMby Dr.J.M.Jese.

Speer's Port Grape Wine
Nine Years Old.
Burgmudy Bight Years Old, and
Claret 16 Years Old.
Extensive Wine Cellars.

Storing, Ageing and Racking Wine.
A wine made one year and sold the next is not a proper wine for
invalids; to get rid of its coarse and injurious elements requires
years for it to lay in wood casks, and by Irequent drawing off from
its gross sediment, or the coarse parts it becomes rich and mellow
and valuable for invalids. It is sudoritie,, diuretic and bibod making
from the iron in the soil of the Sp;'cr vineyards in Northern N. J.
The principal varieties are the Port. Burgundy, Sherry and Claret
and the Climax brandy. All these wines when stored for years anCd
drawn off from time to time in fresh fumigated casks become vastly
superior products and necessarily are more expensive. This is
why Speer's wines and Brandy are more costly and so far superior to
the California wines. They are absolutely pure; unexcelled by
any in the world. Speer's wines are ordered by wealthy and refined
-families in Europe where they are prescribed by physicians and are
esteemed for their superiority, velvety roundness, full body and re-
fined flavor. The efficacy of these wines is wonderful. It has bezn.
a study and a pride during Mr. Speer's life to produce a wine of th?
highest grade of perfection-not so much to make money as to excel-
in getting a wine of the richest character. Hle has spared no labor,
.nor expense in bringing his vineyards and wines up to the above
high standard of excellence. The Climax Brandy twenty years
old is equal to the finest French brands.
To be had of Druggists and Grocers who sell high class wines.

"Savannah Line."

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Ste Louis and Chica

NOKTHrOuND Schedule Effective May 1. beoamn -
No. 4 I No. 2 No.1 I o. 0
7:45 lpm 7:2-. aniLv..........Jacksonville (A. V. & W.) ..........Ar 8:55 pm 88:5N
11:05 pmll0:55 am'Ar..............Vaidosa (A. V. & W.).............Lv 5:20 pm 5Mil
3:50 mn 4:10 pmiAr Macon (G. S. & F.) Lv 11:30 am 12:45
7.25 am 7:35 pm Ar 4tlanta (C. of G.) LvI 800 am 9:
1:00 pm'12:30 amn Ar............Chattanooga (W.& A.)............ Lv! 4:05 am 30.W
5.-5. pm 5:35 aniAr...........Nashville (N.C. ASt. L.)..........Lv 10:55 pm 1*
3:25 am 7:24 pnijlAr .St. Loui (I. C.) Lv 8:36 am 1:.15.
-7:25 pm 7:00 amnL........NashvilIt (N. C. &. 8t. L.)...........Ar 8:35 pm
1:47 pm 12:10 pnmilv Martin (i. C.) Ar 2:55 pm 5:15&
10:50 am ............... .r Chicago (I. C.) lv ........... :10
7:30 pm 5:4$ am Lv.................Nashville (L. & N.) rlO 10:42 pm 8MJa
12:50 am 9:50 am Ar...............Evansville (L.& N.) Ilv 6:35 pm 3:15
9:15 am 5:30 pm,Ar .. .....'Chi-ogo (C. & E. I:) ,v 11:05 am 7:00 1
No. 4-DIXIE FLYER, carries through Pullman Buffet Sleepers between JlI
monville and St. Louis. making direct connections for all points in the Wet
Northwest. Through sleeping car reservations made to Louisville, Cincienatl ~.:
Chbcage. only requiring passengers to step from one car into another.
M. 2-DAY EXPRESS, coaches Jacksonville to Atlanta, connectingw
through sleeper Atlanta to St. Louis, and at Nashville with through sleeper
All eorreepondane promptly answered and sleeping car bertha s secured. Will
glad to meet jia~engerrs at l)pot in Jacksonville or my office, 224 West Bay
I)nrp me at line.
WA1LTRu HAWKINS, Gen'l Agent Traffic Department, Jacksonville, Fla'
J.. C. II.AL:. rGeneranl Passenger Agent. Savannah, Ga.
E. I. HINTON, Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.


Western & Atlantic Railroad.





COrrm/yin through Pulb ,inn Vf'tih!ted Biuffet Sh eers Jackw.nille to St
Ioni.x wit/hot rhanyic. Choice of Rottes.
For information relative to rates. ss-lielinile, etc.,or for sleeper reservations, write te
C. E. IAIRMAN. (Gen. l'ass Age.nt. TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pams. Agent
Atlanta. (jai. Jacksonville, Fla,
11. F. SMIT'l. Traffic Manager, Nashville. Tenn.


Florida to New York. Boston and the East.

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.

THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships from 8AVANNAH. Four

A Manm or sp.ersenee. Connections withlNew York and Boston S'iips Oa 8ound Lines,' 'vI'r~Y1II
"You are quite sure. Uncle Bushrod." All ticket agents and hotels are mspplied with monthly sailing schedules.
she queried. "that Judy has no Idea T .y ailin
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. there re only books In those two Writ+ for g.n:'ral information, sailing schedules, stater.Imin reservation, or call on Tri Weekly Sailings
f boxes you took this morning over to WALTER IIHAWKINS, J. W. WILKINSON. BETWEEN
the courthouse In the cart'?" oGen.ral .A snt.. .hJksonville, Fla. Agent, iDaytona, Fla. JACKSONVILLE and NEW KYOR
"Somethe. New Under the Sue." "Miss Ma'y." answered the old chap. E. LcFEVRE, Manager. W. H. PL. \N.\NTA. Trafli.f Manager.
With dignity. "I done had three wives. New Pier. 3., North River, New York. N. Y. ( 'iling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
All doctors have tried to cunn. Catarrh an' Judy's de las'. I reckon. An' I THE FINEST STEASHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.
by the use of powders. acid gases in- ijes' tell you dis. honey. I don' trus' no
haers nddrugs in late form. Thelir colored 'ooman'stongue."-Mrs. Burton p LA N T Y ST E The Clyde New England and Southern Li
eusigthentrasksi PLANT SYSTE The Clyde New England and Southern Lin
The powerful acids uwed in the. inhalers Direct Service Between
have entirely eaten awny the saine nlie- Boe*Ilyr Proportson..
blranes that their makers have aimed to The proportions of the human fig- Th'e (nG;it Throiugh Car Lino from Florida-4', nnec.tions: JACKSONVILL. BOiO] ToT AND PROVIDENCE,
cure. while astes and ointments cannott are, says an anatomist, are six times The iAtlantieonCent Line. via Charleston. Richmond AND ALL EASTERM POINTS.
reach the disease. An old andexlierienceI the length of the right foot The face, TO THE and Washlninlem. Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
practitioner wi.ho has for many year from the highest point of the forehead. Us Thle Siitlhern Railway. via Savannah, ('Columbia and SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINOS.
matde a 'loei study and sie-ialtv of te where the hair begins. to tihe end of the Washi:'rton. SothbllOUnd........... .... ... ............. harf
pr.ati.ti.one Catah, .hasf natayearFrom Lwis' Wharf,
fe-ted a Treatnms-tit ch I'tihti ftNha at hl v tr-hin, Is one-tenth of the whole stature.n WTH V est : ""ta Northbnd .. fromf street Jacks.
nianently caures Catarrh. hIy rnnoving of the middle finger, is also one-tenth 'l' rl ail sOiinonahIt'.u l.ia.. A h roillisa ntg n .e..ry.
sth aue'. stopping thie dis.harges, and of the total belght. From the crown CLYDE'S ST. JOHNSV.
curing all inflatmmnationI. It is the only to the nape of the neck is one-twelfth in Savannah anIl Ocean Steminhip conipanv for. (DeBary Line)
remedy known to -'ietce tit actually of the stature. ( TH T Newv ork, l'hilallleli a i ,.Il st. Between Jaeksonville and Sanford
e aches the afflicited parts. This wo.lei,- t a s Via Savanniiah and .t h.hai ts and.l Miers Transpor .]l A P LK 3Al S F A I
fill rpmedytins known ast -NSn.'s the n n one t P.at station conipany foile iti.nore.ST ING AT PAL.ATKA. ASTOR, ST. FRANC(IS. IERE.SFOiD. (lt;IE
(IARANTEt:lCA (TTA.5RH ('CRE" an is sold Upon o point ile disputants are Via Norfsnolk aIi steii:: re fo, N\w Y<,k. Itahimoe It.lE RINGS aid intermediate Landings on ST..IllNS IIVlt.
at the extremr-lv low ri of One Dollar. pon o pnt te isputants are and Washington.
ea-ch paci'ka otaining internal and ex- agreedMan descended from a pair of To Key t an, Hvann. via Peninular anml ital St.auship onany. TEAMER City of Jacksonville,
tsernalnmcdi-insuftisent forafullmiotiia ancestors. Who they were is not so ape- oti- iaAT. W. A. SHAW,
treatns-nt and everything nviesary to parent.-Chicago Tribune. A a sa. a sraton ad in Htan, l la nia i,, ar.nt t n da. A '.\PPT. W. TO SHAW.
"'' 'Ie.r-' is tie sn. ie..re-.t Happiness is sometimes like a pair of W inter Tourist Tickets Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. in., Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays
atarrha (i as t. very sale ani psitivw spectacles. While one looks for It It fi n sale tltroughout the Northern. East-rn. Western and Southern States to Leaves Sanforl 9:30 a. m. Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays
,wfor that aen.oingl and disgustinVg its astride one's very nose.-New York all Flosri .lrt. via the Plant Systean *Inrinr the t..ason !9<01. 1 9012. limited to I Sonthlnoundl. Si'II I'LE N\,rthl
dinesre. that acn.snl infination qisikly Times. return until May 21st. with the liberal stop-ove.r privil.g-s in Florilda. Road down i i '
and pernanntnly anl in alSowonderinlh I Alddrsses oi parties in the North nennt to t'. nider-iignedl will I,. Iil,.r, llv sup- L, ave :.::i30 ........ ......1 CKSONI.....IL I F riv
quick to reliev. Hia Fsiv -r I 'oI in thI, If a man saved the ash of all the cl- plied with all information and Iandsome ndver-tii.ii matter. 4" :43 p............................... ...iA '\ITKA. ..... ..... .............. 11
Head. gars he smoked, he would have con- For information an to ratg, ratesleeping *ar r-mervaltion.. t.s.. .ill on. t. w\rit. t 3:IN. :{ni i .......... ............... \SOt ....................... :
atnrri wlen sle.t. oftn lads t,, sumed 1.000 before he had a pound of F. 1. JOLLY. I)ivision Passenger Agent. 1:3 West y St.. Jaksnville. Florida, 4::10 am ........................ FR......................1:
e)nsmunption-"N.rt.i:s will nsav. ash. W. It. DFNIAM. generalra l Superintendent. It. W. WRENN. Pan.Traffic Ml n. ....... ES RI) (DI.........1:
youn if you ue'at ones. It is no ordinary S avannah, (a. Savannah. a. 6: am ...... .......... I SP S ...................
i posnitivelxgniaran*t..I to -et. Catarrh lhite ms raann sernifug,', is a higlly Ar"v ..---)** ........**....... *
in any foren or stage if uN in uroinn shA- if utod a'rdi th promptitde of its tet ion, f clearing The Nation's General Passenger and Ticket office,

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