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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
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Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: August 30, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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DAYTONA


GAZE TTE-N


DoaytonGa.ho ridiae Aug.30, 1962


Go to MASON Q WALL get


some tackle aad tackle one
of those thirty pound Be,
and lolt you have found
Ponce de Tolm's Fount,

W. H. EDMONDION, Manager.


119 North Beach Steet


J EL WM SUIC.E

is community was saocked Wedne-.
pops arsif-that Prank Hand had
Me i by shoot limhtmtrough
SThe tragedy oeerred bortly
iat h lbhomeoLoomis Avenae.
mi beasig-Id Ir the rash act
Stie hae not been in thbest of
&W a long time past.
r. Baud was o m the streteveral
41 i the day ad in convesation
I lbad, acted ina Ms weal heeIful
Macq After sat his dimmer he went
,t 3. Maley's hardware store and pur-
.j&W somebottewbch hbe took down to
&beat wlk he was building. It was
tt the mania for self diitruetion
ha-e taken possession of him. He
Swent to hs bouse and
S. t two notes, one to Wa. Jackson
S I the other to Edw. G. Harris inform
,< >them of the act he was about to
..', -t. The calling on of the neigh-
ittle boys he anked him to deliver
aoMts. Mr. Jacksoa and Mr. Harris
tweeiving the notes at once jumped
Aheir wheels ad went to the house,
when they arrived they found him
a Mt e m a 88 revolver having
IdtheredlofMbei mouth and come
16 n W Obackof the head. Death
have bIeen iataneous, for the
f" womw dJustart s he hadli
dl& apom tme coekh. In one hand was
KtMOwl e revolver and in the other a
gogm inor. There was no evidence
-gh w or of a struggle. J justice Wil-
Sgmm was immsuntely summoned and


T Upao the body of the unfortunate man
a naote tto is wie asking forgive-
.orw lact, but giving no reason
hIi e. He leaves a loving

The body was interred in Pine-
-msw yThursday afternoon.
Almnslwas a well educated man of
V ml'*lim andalways had a

idgeth has east a gloom over the
a" t h eareilt sympathy of its
gii ou t to the sorrowing wile


Sd t potnemenot of the
aFa Ir to 1904 by Congress has
e ed withmaMkh satieidction in
Alerian eoustriss as the ad-
On wil able them to have
Sexbait thanm would have

exhiite wlbe the rue, now that
ine Is gives for the work of
id eiCatlon. Thepress
Amterua countries shows a
blsestisd the zExposition, audeet-
Om -ppular favor accorded to the
b*Mthedytisest of thbeserepub-


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MP i II TNHE'S FOIlS.

Mrs. Emma Elsie Botsford and Major
Charles M. Bingham were united in the
holy bond of marriage at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
J. Neebitt, at Fort Pieree, last Sunday
morning. Rev. C. M. Bingham, father of
the groom, oflciated at the ceremony.
The couple passed through Daytona
Sunday afternoon for Atlantie Beach
wheew they are spending their honey-
moon.
The bride is a charming lady who has
made many friends during her visits to
Daytona.
The groom is the senior member of the
firms of Bingham & Maley and Bingham
& Thompson. He is highly esteemed by
all who are fortunate enough to know
him. He is a man of great business
ability. and deeply interested in military
alairs, being major of the Second Bat-
talion.
The hundreds of friends of the happy
pair join with the Gasette-News in wish-
ing them happiness and prosperity an
they journey from the altar to the sun-
set of life.


ANOTHER LAN IN TROUBLE.

Fred Metta, of the Tomoka settlement,
iM in trouble. He was arrested Tuesday.
charged with the ruination of Elizabeth
Van Winkle, a girl under the age of con-
sent. Metta is about 80 years of age
and married. An attempt was made to
smooth the matter over by having the
defendant's brother, John, marry the
girl. The couple went to DeLand last
week but Judge McCrory refused to is-
sue a licenw until the consent of the
girl's mother was obtained. Failing at
DeLand they went to Sanford but met
with like failure to procure a license.
The couple then returned home and
Fred Metta was arrested and given a
preliminary hearing before Justice Wil-
liams, and not being able to furnish the
necessary bail to secure his release, was
taken to DeLand to board at the Hotel
deTurner until the Criminal Court dis-
poses of his case.


REGISTRATION OFFICERS.
John R. Weatherell, Supervisor of
registration, has appointed the follow.
ing as District Registration offers for
the county:
Enterprise, W. 8. Thayer.
Orange City, I). Freeman.
DeLand, Jno. R. Wetherell.
DeLeon SIpringi, J Yelvington.
Emporia, J. G1. Cade.
Seville, W. H. Morrison.
Ormond, Wm. Wetherell.
Dlaytona, Henry Schmidt.
Port Orange, W. E. Johnson.
New Smyrna, C. C. Moore.
ik. Hill 7. u T .'illinams


A t etig o the town coun-Tooka. C. one.
IL. P. Turner & Co. will ask for a
grating the right to erect Glencoe.
S seae a Itelephonesystem in Lake Helen, A. R. Cootley.
trat for the poles Clifton S. B. Brooke.
I b onas teor the pole tetson, C. S. Gailbreath.
owing the sentiment of the Oten, A. T. Pattillo.
ewlte tient of th Pierton, R. R. Starling.
*opw we Wee sae in aying
will be granted. --
be.00 per month ruit Store Open.
lemmeadd $1.50for rfidenes. F
o doubt but that the enter- Peter Carellas has returned to Day-
ie7e liberal patronage from tona and opened a fruit store in the
New Smyrna Brease. Graham Thompson building.
l v vv vv *****v ,*


We Strongly Maintain that Prices do

notprove the powerof a Store as

much as Quality. If you shut your

eyes to Quality you can buy goods

for any Price-But not HERE i

sooMr have Athe rT ation of
hL you just a little more, for we


Syour iued patronage ana

mnot azard your good wiffl by re-
L the mtm andrd of our mcd aikuisc.


I


OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL

'Ti wrong for any maid to be
Abroad at night alone;
A chaperone she needs till she
Can call some chap her own.


-TGo to Hendricks' for boys'
MW .ein.


hats


Renry Titus was a visitor to Jackson-
ville Sunday.
Harry Wray went to Jacksonville Sun-
day, returning Monday evening.
Thomas 0. Milton vistked with his pa-
rente at New Smyrna last week.
WA good line of ginghams and per-
cale. for school dresses at Hendricks'.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett visited
with the latter's parents at Jacksonville
Sunday and Monday.
C. H. Walton, of Titueville, editor of
the East Coast Advocate, spent a few
days on the beach this week.
Hon. Jefferson B. Rrowne, the recently
elected railroad commissioner, is now
taking a rest at Hendersonville, N. C.
L. H. White, recently in the grnery
business in Daytona, was on the seventh
of August duly adjudicated bankrupt.
The new office of the Southern Express
Company has been completed and Agent
Austin now has roont to breathe easy.
Editor Wager, of the Titusville Star,
was in Daytona last Saturday and Sun-
day. He was accompanied by his son.
Hon. J. Lee McCrory, County Judge
Volusia. was shaking hands with lils
numerous Daytona friends Monday and
Tuesday.
Messrs. J. B. Moore and Gteo. Nichols.
who came down from Hartford. Conn..
to enjoy the fishing, returned lhoine last
Saturday.
Monday the Western IUnion telegraph
oftfie will be transferred from the depot
to the new building adjo inning the, Mer-
chants Bank.
lion. H. H1. McCreary, State Sienator
from Alachun county and editor of the
Gainesville Sun, is enjoying an outing
on the beach.
J. C. Butler caught a large wild cat in
a trap near his peninsula hio iie last
week. The feline was four feet and four
inches in length.
For Sale:-A pair of draught Ihorses,
Studebaker wagon and harness 'lCaip.
Apply to B. H. Willianimon. erilner I'al-
metto and Loomis avenues.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Fudger.of eih.L;i.al.
have been spending their suiinitr vacia-
tion at the Seaside Inn. TheIy ex\eit to
return home this afternoon.
Sheriff and Mrs. Turner and the chil-
dren, who have been visiting with Mr. I
and Mrs. G. Weaver for a week or so. re-
turned home at Deland Tuesday.
For Sale-A safe family horse very
reasonable; also a runabout or jump
seat surry. Inquire of H. L. Kocher-
sperger, Breakers Livery. Seabnize..
W. M. Moore, the popular and enter-
prising drygoods merchant, expects t)
leave Tuesday on at purchasing trip to
St. IAouis, Philadelphia, Valtintore andi
New York.
Thursday and Friday of last week
were the hottest days known in Day-
tona for many years. The thermonime-
term about town regi-tered fromin 94 to
100. Since theu the weather has lten
delightful.
Miss Minnie Milton and Berry Yelving-
ton were united in muarriage at New
Suiyrna Thursday morning of last week
by 4. P. Turner. tlq. hioth the bride
and grooit are well known throughout
Volusia county.
J. C. Beck, who organized a lodge of
the Fraternal Union of .Aneria in iay-
tona, a few months ago. ipaissed through
here Sunday enroute from Miami to
Orala, where he attended a meeting of
the Grand Lodge.


Mattie Baker, a colonld woma41 n eI
Midway, has ieemn cutting up all kinds eo
curious capers this week. Among otliei
things be insisted imn parading the
streets indishibille. She will probably I
examined as to her sanity.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schminidt went te
Jackso-nville last Saturday for a visit t(
their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zaff
Mrs. Schmidt will remain for a few
weeks but Mr. ,S'ihmidt returned htom
Monday evening. lie brought a cool
home with him. which he says can "'lick'
any dog in town.


The Southern States rTelegraph and
Telephone Co., will soont apply to Gov-
ernor Jennings for letters patent. Tlie
conipany propose to run a telephone
lines through different parts of the state.
one to be from Jacksonvilhle to Miahmi
with stations at all East Coast towns.
Daytona included.
Paul A. Knappe, a former Paaytona
boy, has invented a machine for sepa-
rating gold from the quartz. The mna-
chine has been tested in Colorado. w here
he now is and proved a great shn-iess.
and it will no doubt put him among
Moneta's favorites. A company has
I- -- i *.. .ll fj,.e *lll l *it ll1e m -


D. D. Rogerm took advantage of the
excursion to Jackmmville last Sunday.
John R. Wetherell, supervisor of regis-
tration, was over from DeLand Thurs-
day.


An unusually large number of summer
visitors are now sojourning on the
beach.
mL.Buy your shoes for the family at
Hendrjks'. New stocks a6 popular
prices just received.
Major Hurd, an old resident and
highly respected citizen of Ormond, died
Tuesday of last week.
E. E. Starkey came over from DeLand
Saturday and spent Sunday with his
family, returning Monday.
Our Ormnond correspondent is away
on a vacation, hence we have no news
from that beautiful little town.
Mrs. E. E. Starkey and children re-
turned from DeLand last Friday and are
now in their home on the peninsula.
Station Agent Jibb met with an ncri-
dent last week which resulted in a
sprainedl ankle and lie is now going
about on crutches.
Boyd Shoemaker went over to Deland
Tuesday wien' lie hasa job of carpenter-
ing on tie new I'niversity building now
in procestrof construct ion.


Attorney W. M. Shaffner lias sent to
Pittsburg for a large plate glass w window
to g-extra light and ornament to the
fnt of his Ridgewood honie
John W. Williams has tendered to
Gov. Jennings his resignation as justice
of thet peace for this district Hlis suc-
ce-ssor has not yet sIein appointed.
Major .1. N. Ilrailrhaw. clerk of the
circuit t court of I range county, who has
I w-ii si-nding a vamcatitn on the- i'ach,
reiiurniied t iiis lilne at tOrlandi Mton-

All whol register inll the primary elec-
tion should u elnmliiier they inust lfe le-
gaily registeredd in thile county registra-
tieon books to q veinlN r.
I'eter Ca'll.'his rnturied to PI aytona
WeVtil.l'sv;iy il haa11 s olemnedie a
fruit stoeiie. I'rtcr liihas Wen i tilig
with great milcv'ess this stston in bicycle
racing.
Mrs. En:sniiiigcr, of Winiter l'ark, is
visiting t his week with Miss Clare Wil-
kinson, w while her husbaiind is at St. Au-
gust iii.' iinl Jacksonville in the iliten-lts
(of Rollins College.
A. liinnell nmet within a rather pain-
ful accident one day last week. He wasi
tilu tlhe river in his boat, and started tto
load his ritle preparatory to go hunting.
lIn somllie way tihe cartridge explohled.
badily burning his face aind injuring his

(eorge Silvernail and son, Elnmer.
sail from Jacksonville Monday for New
York, Elmer from there to join hlis eol-
lege in Maine, and Mr. Silvernail to visit
relatives and take a niuch needed lest,
lie not having ieni North since he first
ciline to Florida. over fifteen years ago.
i An excursion will lx, run from New
'myrnia to St. Augustine next Monday
under tlhe anispiem oeof thie labor unions of
thei Ancient City. Tlhe fare for the round
trip from Dkaytona will lpe 1.70. Pas-
sengers %will leave oli tlie morning train
and I'ant return lithe same day or the day
following.
lhon. .1. It Conrail. the well known
hililu'mermaiini of t- western part (of the
counlity, whiile .assisting il unlailiing a
car of hldiiuler at GlenwCood last week.
was kmin'ked io\wnI bytv a timiiil'er anid his
right t foit severely .injivrld. 4 14 o r ion'
of tihe te.ielolis iof tlhe foot we're lroken.
The' inieidenllt w ill problalbly liy Mr. Con-
ra'l up ftor a couple of weeks.
ciniinnlii'iig Thiursdlay of this week a
change was made ill the train service on
tlie Ora.mn-m City and Sanfordi lranchlies of
the F. E.CI'. Ry. A train now leave's New
Smyrna in the morning. runs to Titus-
ville tli tLo tSanford anld bIark agaili to
New Smliyrina. arriving at the latter
place i about lnoii. In tile afternoon it
runs to )range City .1Iuntilion. TlI' new
change' makes but one train a day loni
aclh branrlih. whiervas4 I,-frc there wevn-
t wo.


Gray Hair
1 Gray Hai


IL.You can get hot cofee and loncheb
of various kinds at all hours at Mills'
Quick Lunch.
John Kronewetter. of Miami, took the
Commandery degrees of Knighthood
Thursday evening.
I8ale of mens' summer suits and
straw hats from the lot to 15th of
September, at Smith & Son's.


Rev. and Mrs. Sprague and daughter,
of Tampa, are spending a short time
taking in the beauties of Daytona and
the beach.
OW Don't fail to read Hendricks' "ad"
in the Journal this week. You can save
money by taking advantage of the bar-
gains offered.
The Misses Abercrombie returned last
Saturday from New Smyrna, after a
pleasant visit of several weeks with
their parents.
gj.It's about time to think of having
your house fixed up. Kost & Gwinner
are artists in painting and paper-bang-
ing-better consult them.
The county school board will not meet
until September 15th, when they will re-
ceive the report of the grading com-
miittee for the September examinations.
The third Quarterly nweting of the
First M. E. Church will be held next Sat-
urday and Sunday, Sept. 6 and 7; ser-
mnon by Rev. L. S. Rader, D. D., of Miami.
E. P. Porcher came up from Rockledge
in his launch Thursday, to join his fam-
ily who are spending the summer in Mr.
Blodgett's palatial cottage on the beach.
The, Halifax. Rifles, Company '*K" have
issued invitations to a r"eptionu and ball
to lew given to Major and Mrs. Bingham
at tlie Armory Tuesday evening at 8:30
o'clock.
IMIWLook for tle hand bills telling of
Smith & Son's sale- of nMens' suits and
suimmier hats.
F. N. Conrad returned yesterday from
Snewiea Falls, N. Y., where he was called
lby the fatal illness of his father. He ar-
rived at the lIedside on hour before his
father's death.
OiW-ave you meen the hand bills for
Smith & Son's sale of nien" suits and
summer nates.
One of the most obnoxious sights to
visitors to Daytona are the various sign
boards placed upon property. While
real estate in Daytona is at a premium,
when a stranger comes here and sees
"For Sale by Ketehem or Skinunm" upon
various lots, he is probably not so ready
ty invest as lie might otherwise be. An
effort should be macd to remedy the evil.
Jacob Slough's new house on West
Volusia Avenue is about ready for occu-
pancy. There are three rooms on each
floor, with a bath room; also a large
basement under the whole house. The
building is neat and convenient and has
a fine view of the surrounding country
including fruit orchards and a fifty acre
field of farm crops.
Of.You have a chance to save money.
See Smith & Soni's hand bills-they tell
you how.
The regular fall examination of teachers
will commence at DeLand on Sept. 2nd.
There will be examinations for both
white and negro applicants. The exami-
nation of negroes will be conducted in
the negro school building and the white
applicants will be examined in the De-
Land High School building. Each ex-
amiiee is required to pay a fee of one
dollar.
Vtr The Starkey family are at home
again. at Seabreeze and can be reached
hey ploli ite 11.
C. G. Ilesse shipped two cords of pal-
metto Ioots to New York this week for
experimental purposes. Mr. Hesse does
nit know the nature of the experiment,
but tlhe parties to whom they are con-
signed think they have found another
valuable product in the palmetto root.
.A very fewyears ago the saw palmetto
root was looked uponm as a nuisance and
an incumtbra lice to tlhe grown. Now it is
onlie of tlhe most valuable lproducets.-New'
Smyrna Breeze.
si"Deleicious home made candy at the
ramblingg Bakery. Better trysone of it.
('harles G. Wakely, chief train dis-
lpatcher of the Florida East Coast Rail-
wavy. at St. Augustine, has been ap-
plsinted division superintendent to suc-
ee.d thle late David P. Wing. Mr.
Wakely his lsbeen in the employ of the
East Coast Railway for a number of
years iand has a re-ord that easy ie'-
counts for his promotion. He has also


taken an active inten-st in the muni affairs of St. Augustilne. and is president
of tlie City Council.
tp Fresh bread every morning at the
Crawling Bakery. "It's the kind
Iniother used to make."


The executors of th e estate of Pierre
Lorillard the millionaire totbaco
mnunifacturer who made his winter head
quarters principally at New Smyrna,
hav nyfiled with the secretary of the
Pren-rogative Court a preliminary report
of the income and disbursements of Mr.
Lorillard's estate. The inventory shows
theestate at the time of Mr. Lorillard's
d.i)th toi hai-i lin wnrth *1 797.925.-


5iKZ oore


TO OUR PATRONS.
We are just closing another successful
year of business with you. and we thank
you for it. as in the past so in the future
we shall ever strive to please. Our buyer
W. M. Moore. will in a few days visit the
markets in St. Louis. Philadelphia and
New York. and any special orders given
him will be carefully attended to.
Yours to please.
M(OORE r B)T IIrS.


A. W. Guild returned Thursday even- VERY CLEVER GOLF.
ing from his trip to the North.
Mrs. M. L. Rolbertson is having a well The Bugle of Bretton Woods of Au-
driven on her hoine lot on Volusia Ave. gust 12. says:
.1. C. 'Pettepher is again the electrician, "One. of the best gaies of golf recently
tenmprarially. at tlheelectri light lhant. platd on the links of The Br ettos
.-WMls holf t'1)b lit the Mt. Pleamaut
Mrs.m.T. N. M..ione gave\ a very Ivplea-sint Hou.s, was that Ioetween E. C. Woods of
imisical party tto a numbtlr of friends The Portland Golf Club, who remained
Monday evening. ;it The Mount 'l'asant for a few days
4 1 1:......... .t....U...... ill.. after the departure of the other mek-


bn. 11. nmvil %enti T IlW II p y
terday afternoon to meet Mrs. Gove,
who has weetii visiting friends in Georgia.
warHave yen heard of thie big catch of
bass at Keating's pier weighing 1 .(D)
pounds? See Harris' photo. Phone 91;
Peck Bllck.
J. C. I'ettepher ihas purchased a lot onm
Beach street, opposite Win. Eick s resi-
dence. Mr. PI'tephler will put a boat
yard on the newly acquired property.
including ways, machine shop and ware-
house.
James A. BIaggett and wife and mother,
Mrs. Kate Hainey. E. L. Shear and G. .1.
VandeVorde left this morning in Mr.
Shear's heoat for a trip down the river.
Mr. VandcVo~rde will leave the boat at
New Smyrna and go to DeLand for a
couple of weeks, while thie nest of the
party will go to Georgiana.
Miss ittom. of Chicago, and Master
Jerome Koe'hersperger, who have been
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hi. L. Kocher-
sperger, at their Seabreeze residence.
during the iast seven mouths. sailed
yesterday on the steamer Kansan City.
from Savannah to New York, where they
will meet Jerome's mniother, who has just
returned from a trip to Eurolpe. Mrs. II.
L. Kocthersperger accompanied thlien a
far ias .iacksonville.


STATE FAIR NOTES.

Now that politics' have cooled. let all
get to work give Florida the greatest
fair ever held in the South.
Several counties in Seouth Florida have
miiiade liibral appropriations. The otlierr
must get into line. or visitors to the fair
will not know of their existence.
Several counties have made larger
appropriations for their exhibits than
last year. The railroads transport all
these exhibits to LakeCity free of charge.
T'lwse two fai-ts. alone, make' a gn'-at
and successful fair certain.
Thle Eilicaitieonal Exhibit will he a
marked featllure-. It is in the ihaulds of
Miss Clem ln I iiton, andl the si'h,ol
childrenn of lh' Shtate w ill have a day all
to thliriic'!v'es, with a programil includ-
ing I'use'e is tlie tirst lconlty in the Stnte'


ters of the i lub, and L. Colby Pinkelwt ,
son of Dr. Pinkerton of Ormond, FlerL.
It was nip and! tuck from the first dite
to the final putt. Bly holes, Pinkertae
'.ltwon the match, but Woods was oar
stroke bettter loni the total of the 18 1
holes. When tlhe game had been fnaihed
Woods was pri'iuse In his expremions of
approval at the' tine game put up by the
youtliful col!";..mui. Th cards were as
follows:
Woods--,-i;--:.--- t- i i .-.-4-i-5

P'inkerton-5- 1!-5--4 I-54-7-4-3--6-5-.-
:v--.-5-.3.
P'inikertoin woni 7 hel les and Woods l6
Tlie otilris we',v evI1 uill.

COUNCIL DOINGS.

Council niit in viiLuilar s.-ssiin .Monday
e'vll"cing witi I'rsident epro-temn Halri
inll the chair.
Minutes of last regular and adjourned
meeting read and .ippri-. d.
P'reent Alhlerlii. it -ti.r. .M.!I thews,
Stevens and A\ 1\ .1.1.
Thle followiii ll;. "I i r's-isted and
ordered paid:
Oscar.Michael. .1,.d manurl
......on i.-ii \ rt iei............ ;'22.30
II. F.llough. hbil ri llt'h asin ... .5't
W. E. Freinch, tinm- i! ii,.An on
..... ..tnets .............................. .'O.75
P''titio ll of J. .. RI. -.' 1 to it Itree in
fromct of property \v;is read. .Moved cby
eld. Mal thi s,w I'.I Atil,. llarris,
to lIay on tabile; .'rn i il.
Moved b1hy '1I 1l. \ ,. sc, c'-riiiled by
A il. Ste'ves'l. i' : ,.' r \ .1 e I 'hlniimiint'cets -
of tilhe City eel l :i. I ::! I a>;iss.edl li their
secolld -li-iiln ;'..r'n e l.
Statemtllit i'l'-i ,' Iraiin oIn 'lCottage
ave'nii \\is pr- ,iteld t.y Street Com-
iiii.ssioimr Fr'lnchmi l s;i e was reai .
It was minoved ly AI, I.lattliews. meit
ndiled iby Aid. ll:irri". that same be
aceptled anted aliind tli;it it be referred to
the Special Ass.-niint Commniittee with
instructions that tw Iirdls of the cost
of suili iiiitnr'er.tilits I am-ssesse.] to the
alb ttinig lr>lx' rt '. irri*I.
Statten-iiet idf .4-! i'11rad inimprove-
Ilnniton e lc l -ie .i\e 'ii' \\%~% st of Iidlge-
Vwood venli, \\i pie-liteel tly Street
t'mlinFrnii ri c r li r. ii iand salie was
i'eml. It was.i' I ,l i .hi A d. .Matthews,
se ended l.t. ..11 1 -1'-te'r. thilat same be
il-r,.-let.,d iir[l i-' -,i 'l i thei l Mh ee'-ial As-
,c.".sliin''lt I',, i.. t'' ,' \\ il mli.stntriw etions


to take tlitial a -tion ifor Ivpre-entation I t ..-s...ss t ,, t ,i', ,,f t,1 t to
at this ytoear'* Fair. TlIe County Corn- iiitee ,i c" 'I- I -. ,.;,nri.i.
missiioners hitave appointed W. E. IEmbry |% 1j, IPIl ,,., .1 \I\. t.KI.s.)%,. Clerk.
who wa.i Superintendent of the' siicce'sfiul
county exhibit taking thi- grand prize o if i- ,i\, h;- c tl, -itv- 'It is a notice-
the best exhibit of v,-get-tabile" last l eiar. adY id fee.t .at mi.nily it'ins ars lont to
to the sali.' position again, and lit is ill- in.. ,0rli ..X ry w.-'.k lby t lie modesty
ready 10usily at work to excr-e'edl i l -t ,if the' I. ',;,I' \\hi,> hli'sitate to tell the
year's 4suess. ienortr.#s ma.nt.s -' l.crning theOwelves.
Locating the Fair at Lake City in the I Thie riglt thirjn i.d'lo is tok stop a newer.
week following the Georgia State Fair paper ilmani in the stnr't or any other
at Villdos;in will have the advantage of I place v you imay hapjqen toe meet him, and
bringing to the Florida Fair a large' tell him y-ii h.a,' Ihcen visiting, relatives
numilier of flite exhileits and superior visiting you., tha. t your wife, daughter or


IU3SIppppS:pp~


t we having lots of fun, the


WANT LENGTH OF DAYS
AND INCREASE OF FLESH?


"I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor
for over thirty years. It has kept
my scalp free from dandruff and
has prevented my hair from turn-
ing gray."-Mrs. F. 4. Soule,
Billings, Mont.

There is this peculiar
thing about Ayer's Hair
Vigor-it is a hair food,
not a dye. Your hair does
not suddenly turn black,
look dead and lifeless.
But gradually the old color
comes back,-all the rich,
dark color it used to have.
The hair stops falling, too.


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M -WmT3mBALW, PeuLMML

.mi t$1.50 pY ear in Advance.
a l ge Nlotem lOe per Line Each Time.

klmd at the Postofmre at Daytona,
Florida, s second Class Matter.

atmlrday, AugWt 0.,1902.


S laTIC bWMIEES.

WATIOMAL.I
For United States Senator:
S TBPHE N R. MALLORY.
For Congressman, Second District:
ROBERT W. DAVIS.
STATK.
For Comptroller:
A. C. CROOM.
For Secretary of State:
H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
For Justice of the Supreme Court:
W. A. HOCKER.
For Railroad Commineioners:
R. HIUDSON BRRit.
JEFFERSON B. BROWN.

VOLUVIA COUNTY.
SFor State Senate:
FRANK W. SAMS.
For Reprei~ntatives:
CHARLES L. SMITH.
1 THOMAS J. SI'ARKMAN.
For County Treasurer:
J. J. VINZANT.
For County Tax Collet.tor:
D. PERKINS SMITH.
For Cunty Asmessci:
SA. AMiEL B. WILSON.
For Board of Public Instruction:
\ J. L. CHANIILElt
L. E. ('. AI'SEY
E. F. KNAPPE.
For County Commissioners:
.R. 1). BHIKkKE
FRANK E. BOND
W. H. McBRIDE
T. L. RODIGERIS
T. J. M'RRAY.


SAN IMMORAL CITY.

S The Tampa Tribune. in commenting
Oa the recent tragedy in that city. says:
"The news columns of the Tribune this
morning chronicle one of tlhe saddest
st@ririn the history of thi. city. The
result of the Chavez-Alk-n tragedy is so
heartrending in its details that the
Tribune avoids mentioning when pos-
sible. guflice. it to say that had it not
been for a villian and twhe indistcretiones
ofa beautiful wife it would not have
happened.
"Thestatments of lth two men are
etirely different, but the cir'uistances
surrounding the cawso would naturally
compelone to believe that Chavez' shock-
log familiarity with Mrs. Allen. and her
load reciprocations to the young man
an soley responsible for the death of hier
abusand.
"When a man enters the sanctity of a
private house and seeks teo distroy it by
all6hating the affections of a wile, it is
atural that public sentiment should be
overwhelmingly against him and this
particular case is no exception to the

"The case is one of enormous perplexi-
tisand should not be tried in the col-
umnaof the public press,. but the Tribune
vouching the sentiment of the better ele-
maet of the people of this city ham none
but sympathy for the dead man, pity
hor the woman and contempt for the de-
stroyer of domestic fellicity.
"The tragedy yesterday morning
should be a warning to others in this
city who are violating their marriage
vows every day. The city is simply
W- asking with immorality. The perfidy
ol man seems to have no pounds and un-
hme a sudden change takes plate at once
tribune readers may expect just such
s mmetions; death and shocking expos-

"The milkofhumunkidness goes sour
Ssoon as it is taken out of the refrig-
S orator."

WAriT VoR A CH'IL..
However slight at this tine and in
k this climate, it is the forerunner of mna-
aria. A disposition to yawn. and an
all tired out feeling even comes before the
chill. Herbine. by its prntpt stimula-
t action on the liver, drives thie mala-
ria rml out of the system, puritles the
tones up the system and restonrs
a health. 5t.c at J. M. Jones.


A FRIEND GONE WRONG.

The busard has always heretofore
beem looked upon by the people of the
South as one of man's best friends. So
general has been this belief that each
Southern State has we believe a law for
* their protection. If the following whk'h


we find in an exchange' be true it is
evident our friendship has been betrayed
mad our protect ionshould be withdrawn:
"Cattle men in South Florida report
that they have lost heavily this season
in the way of deaths of calves. Thous-
ands of weaklings only ha few days old
have been literally eaten alive by the
hordes of buzzards that ilhov'r like' a pall
over the cattle ranges.
"In the last few year'. utuler the State
laws, buzzards have been multiplying
S ta tremendous rate and their numbers
ae so great that they covercattle ranges
like thunder clouds. It s k'harmed that
this seauonthey attack young calvesflrst
picking out their eyes and t hen proceed-
lag to pick their bouts without waiting
S or the animal to die. The buzzards are
So unaerous that they ha ve trouble secur-
l mlood in the regular way and have
bees apparetly driven to the execution
GIhmaila, without waiting fora natural
deat Thme buzzards are protected by


TIO NL SEASON.

If there is not a dull season in Septem-
herthis year it willbe more in the naturen
ofa miracle th anything else. It somM
times seem as through the merchant
might be disappointed if the dull season
didn't devlope during the summer sea-
son.
Merchants mostly plan for a quiet time
when the sun is very hot. They fear so
persistently that in may grow dull that
they often fel amtured that it must. It
might be impossible to overcome entirely
this sumnmerdullnes but there are things
which would sell and make business at
this season which the merchant could
bring out, dust off and put in the cases.
It isn't wise to try to push large sales
but it is wise to oler values of unusual
attractivenew in small things. The little
olds and ends of summer needfuls could
be moved easily if properly presente the possible buyer. Sxone people would
not think of the buying but for the
advertisement. SomtIe goods might lie
carried over for another several months
but that the merchant arrayed them in
attractive words and place their good
points before the people of his connnu.
nity.
The summer dullness would not ibe
anything of a hardship if the merchant
took the opportunity to place on his
bargain counter the things which might
allure the perspiring people. The wearing
season for summer goods lasts until tIhe
end of October. It is easier to push the
summer article when it is most needed:
and the fact that Slptnemlber is here by
no means lesenis the nieed or desire for
these sunimmer things.
If a little of the suninier dullness san
he over-comle Iy good advertising it's
often tbectiu.e' the merchant does not go
after busiminessthat hle fails to get businessI
in September or any other month. if
vou an- interested in the matter. a word
to us by wire-phone 18, will bring to
you our Adman. who will go deeper into
the subject.


V-s Knew What YVo Are Takilf
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every lottle showing that it
is simply iron and quinine iu tasteless
form. No Cure, No Pay. 27c.

TIDE TABLE.
Week beginning Aug. 31, 1t902
HIGH TIDE.


at. .
Sundaliy.............................. ::.'12
Monday............................ ";2:12
ueesday............................ 7:10
WVednesday ...................... 7:
Thursday..................... ..... S:40
Friday .............................. I9:24
Saturday........................... i:07
.o\% T iE:.
Sunday.............................. :1:42
Monday ..........................12:1 ;
Tuesday ............................ 1 :1: r
Wednesday ........................ 1:17
Thursday .......................... 2:10i
Friday.............................. 1:1l
Saturday........................... :.'1,1


p. Iu1

ti:47
7:34

9:012
11:4.>
10:290


12::{3.
1:22
2:1 I:
2:5:I
:1::1s
4:-'t


The tI'st lhyic.--'haniilerlain's Stoim-
ach and Liver Tablets. Easy to take.
Pleasaiit in effect. l' or sale by all drug-
gists.


Registration' Notice.
The registration hooks for District No.
8 will be open Mondays and Saturdays
from Sept. 1, 1902 to October 11. 1902.
at the bours of 8 to 12 a. in., and 1 to .5v
p. m.. in the City tHall.
HENRY SCHMIDT.
Deputy Registration Otticer.

J. F. Alldis. of IDelamndl, has ha en in the.
city this week in tlwe interests of Stetso i
I'niversity.

A Missouri editor in the home depart
nment of his paper, says. "Never spank
a child on a full stomach.'" And the New
Orleans States gives fatherly amlproval I


e ure The Trials and Tr of n

Sure Cure ------ u-r-o .
.By B. F. Lux, of the Amon (l.) Tm

t do OWLas Pa l dealsse merns mI
mea S ml messm1 emeec.a 5The Chicago Journal "paagrapher" uoberiber is ow, tating ihatiffwe
a oSnssmos afti e rteatt m e sir takes infinite delight in clipping item. cut items from his paper before he reads M&aii
eaim ma beiaQ"mWso TMeseemoan
es mieasse, nd an otusmm i yfeturbody et from tie columns of country papers. it, we could just take hi name off. be tonmveim -
e m 11 amll ll m ria0lsor their r. We notice now and them a slipping from You get a free pass to the ir alter .
pain rase blode.S. Par M1ews1 thao1t all,,
tssesaeleflmgylftlilt. Notadey s aon be our paper in his "Little About Every- printing column or two of "locals, This July nd, A. D, l -.
SloIt to remira ts rleasisMd prt eof the thing" column, and occasionally a reserved at, free,
Sleao r loeqit The ies lSDr. ar The country editor's "we" is the sub- after you get in. Then some mubseriber (nmrst e eli-
t r Iron I lo is thI e perfect klad. Itlsowe ject of especial ridicule. Why is this on the other side sees you and vows that T*.eod ,I Seulme ibs
oin stotrS nadorelyInto0k-e bl thus? This journalist know. we have he will never pay up to a man who is p The underside mtwed havtg lla
ou sany chase. Anbourafter'youtwoeit.ithas pointed administratorwitibe
bieome pat of your blood and iedolisgood a perfect right to use the word "we" able to enjoy one of those leather back of Robert o. Cowan,ldelc eed s
whenever we want to. Mark Twain luxuries. And right there is where you v tr e stod allp e stert
having claims against the estate ad Ro bet
says no one has a right to use "we" but lose another dollar or two you never D. Cowan, deceased, to pre nt themrs e
the country editor and a man with a would have gotten anyway. duly un thentiested t ths understgnse
tapeworm. There is a big wedding pulled off. The will be forever brrHred
But it is above our sphere to criticise invitations are engraved in Chicago. Administrator with the will
a city journalist, as there is a great dif- You get a list of presents thirteen inches T ai July 17, ilexe of o t D
ference between a journalist and a coun- long, two pieces of cake some guests had
Iro n T o n ic try editor. The journalist lives in the nibbled from, one banana, a bunch of 4 First pub. July lt; lait Sept. 6-1t:
larger cities, has an office in the their. grapes with the grapes half missing, and N4OICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDrTORS.
bll& up the sere o ndmular timer. teenth story of some trust building, and then go off in a corner to enjoy yourself The undersigned havi been duly ap-
your direction. enables you to get t goo gets his inspiration from his ancestors. while the guests are throwing rice at the Arthur Forest, deceased, late of Volusln
the food you eat. andmakes you weUT from hea He arises at 8, partakes of breakfast happy couple as they take the train to county, Flortd notice is hereby given ito
to foot. It Is a seenfcum wall aic-tioss weMall creditors. legatees. distribute" and.all
astingl impure blood. such ela. and gets to the office at 9. In the after- Kalamazoo. personsndebt edtoor havingclaimsilgi st
plaples blotches, kidaey disloder' rheoau- noon at 2 he lunches; dines at 5, and at The business is full of ups and downs present the suAe duly authenticated to thet
tim. gout. dyeep females pwrmehau t e-
dorS bygsinea physiclansfor 10 refreshes himself again. This is all and ignorance, especially ignorance. untedegned wir hiI two years from this
ty ears. your humble scribe knows of his habits Our ignorance causes other people lots Cr AneiSt the estate
ottAdministrator of the estate
and work. of trouble, but not half us much trouble of Arthur Forest, deceased.
teS2--i' we ve eretvede. sei evi. The country editor exists in the small- as we have over the smartness of others. This July 17th. liOM.
delce that Dr. Harter'sIron Tool0does ali that est towns, offices in the press room, on By the way, smart people cause a world
isolalmedtor t: the ground floor or basement and of trouble when they once get i run on ANQRlINANCERUellhinteC amfChm-l.
Montgomery. Ala., Dec. i iM. wouldn't know an inspiration from a things we never studied about when we Be It ordained by the Comnmon Council of
"Our family has used Dr. Hatter's Medicines load of corn juice. He doesn't retire in didn't go to college. A man with brains the City of li.ytona:
ft0r eais sild I think Dr. Haftler's lion t is That oni complaint of any property owner
the best medicine I have'ever t Ts." the evening, but goes to bed at night wouldn't lie in1 the newspaper business or citizen t shall b te the duty of te Mrshul
Mrs. E. McQueen rter. and gets up early. He may or may not allnyw v.-n to exany house that pnys, fluecojansid .r-
SSout Hu Stretc eat breakfast-that depends on whether Whenever a good country paper goes source of danger by fire, and report to the
Mayor.
(-s,mloguetImithbsabett mw l ta giesmi.) or not the neighbors have brought in into the lpostoffice it covers a multitude If from the evidence In such Marshal's nr-
Evr bl of r 1lport th-e Mayor shall delie such alllln'fyti 'r
ter's Iron Tonic has our time to build the tirei, sweep out, piek This i the. le nly show we have of getting owner or occupant eof the house. tio r-ni.edy
"Crescent"trade-markon i the same within twelve hoersoritr-ur reustiInalPl
the label. Don't teepeptas illp tihe pi, andl gois to dinner ait aity olod into hIavell. 1e have to do this orl tinle thereafter.durring which tine no i rofir
substItute- nsiston Dr. Hater's. tie quit ihe business. You cn't live on sl wt a n stove' l1,re pltice eoni. t-
Made l, tit. I7 d withsuchfleworei'.hnin- tilf lit itle
THE 0N. HATER MEDICIE COM PNY Smnietinies lel is called a country edi- ',iarth and lprint'what soie ns ople calls or If fire is made" InIsaid stove or fire plc eits
E .ATONIEe e qu i* Siretiti prohibited said owner or occtuppnit shall tie
YTON, 01110 tor, sometimes a quill pusher, sometimes lws. Quite frequently a short tcon0- table toa inne of not more than fifty dollars
Msm aken a lo fDr. Hmlor' Wild Clery tM I D triii article, if prir...wld e or less than te*n dollars aind cosis, for ill ,le-
i Sh, wni l kowen Dr. aer Medic' a IUisain.c. and, nmore fr<|qu U0L lWALU X1T L tW l He never, or seldom ever attempts to get tlw ,editor straight up. Our life has beiitn iMe or shall order the alteration mail#- t
--. -out anything but a weekly, and fre- saved many times by reading between Pits.' d on worst r-eding Ju II, Iri.
THE WORLD 00 MOVE ,luenvth"lit is quite weak. It may be a the lines of a simple, harmless looking "" second re-dls ul., J l.
THEWORLD00MOVES 1 -.ti iewa. ir hse'd on thlrd re-sidliig Aug. II, 11r2.
Si folio, a lquarto, a patent. or DIemnociatic, contribution. Approve-d Aug. 12 M11.2.
--ma d. L. nillIth
The following alieiitead ill the New but iall the same it costs $1.510 per year, lien again, you may lose a friend who Attest: Acting Mayor.
York Ev.nitng Post a hundred years cash in a.lvaince. or produce, whenever finds an "'o" upside down in a line of J. w. W iLKN Sso.l('Ity Clerk. -1:1 I
ago: .'Sherliorne. Marchn 4. ISlO2.-I-i 'yti can get it. obituary poetry. Next week you try to
addit ion to many fo iriier attempts t(o This nUan of destiny is a valuable a,'- make the correction atnd leave the dot off [First pub. Aug. li: last .Sept. 41-tre]
'olistru'itt a t-iCIrriage' toi rin without quitiitionl to any comiiiununiity. bit no two ain "i"'-and another subscriber is gone. NQTICE.
horses. t iit vllid hlls lat.lv. bt-en tried ie'rsols placeU tie santie construction Strange how e'asvy it is to lose a sub- -Noice.'is,.'.rev given thalat 's. L. ,ni h
,A.-dnlllstiradfr c? the' 'stiatt otf fArthur Fo'r-
that seeis ti 'troiisce s.iss. Acarriage nloi his worth. This is meiiely a mat- n crilnei. r.st, d-ceanse-l.d, will aipl)ly after thirty laiys
1I ,i l er eT 's u cI t h e. r.'Ot lw lr n. Io' c u i n cl
has i.Vin conllsttriietd. coiitaiiiiga small lr of taste or feeling, whicl'h -is'ls s wone \willI (iit. rooi t and ibraie' h, w ii aan r e,.i i us 1o.llr i. M l 'r, ft-rI. s u t v Ji-,' ci
steati engin. il. tl force tof whi-ch was upon what youl want or what you llan you ask for the dollar due you. Another VAlu'il I'tnii t. tfor ltie rig lit t A1 I rit r -
%-Ie'I',-i le*' ltli- feeolloew ite c,-cri Ch le'l i 'Fs-
found suitti,. iint to iinil., thee vehicle gf't tfl'roli th- serilt,. will geo to l'u pkin tC'rek. anld ot tind- tint.' stitute. in Volii.lan 'iounti y ail t d Ielionf i- ,
olitatinig s.eral persons, atinotiii Scee' \f aatet to le lowel when te lig his a ie in the .exit issue topl of it It' .'il I ot-.or Itlt. pur-
mleet tll tiltutll le e',ow 'Iiuiwhen theyi inIs,'om.eofeli.l 'Ih :4if t hie-4l11 10. f"il -z:
to it teoli litl1 *i hllf ,ig'ht. igt* iiiSt ii .i i t ii icolumnti, liext to pure reading matter, 'oniiiii"ni' 11ic it le iihe north w.-.t corner of
-lit ton t | \\ i1. 1in t ;are orn. soini lewis they get mia rried, I-.u lioti0o 'ft li :i;i thiriy--ixoffTown-
hill of .,onsi.l,.r blel. st,,, h -ii,.,s ait tt. rate l iP, \ i lh.v di., a lii wll. h nth,.y off goes another name. -1iP 14 fitourtli--n IIrnge 1:f|! thirty-two iandi
i .o w 1 1e t syoul e W.ahen sot. I II til. \ T ,, ol, t i hti r ,T *i m t l.r..l of Tunn llT lnie s^,- t runinl alollg tilt-
of fiotul I l. alln hiir. I ioli ta level 1un,1 fore41 tie', hlut they all want us to Tle oldest dllilg tcur. at liost lov\'l. ,i, itorl li.>undry flim.- t of sid lot lI. sii.e,.n
r i1eil it t i lit tl,' u'l' 1f ,,iglit mitilts ;il hk l Its lihw, lo w. lolov froln the girl. Salla, graduates, and youl speaak olf Ihuiii re.d fe-.t, ietnce- o uitii s.- iwo. hliti lr.ed
II, 1 11i 1~.ill t )l I 11 I, i tl If ma id 'tt .evelll -fl\ e' e''t, htti'i -en W 'st w l il slx-
i h, li er as Sallie.'. and you are up agaiil. t.-en lhund eralel to th grave and then wie. Thla is a new arrival at Sainil .lJot's's nd s' li 'e' t i of ti.in n.
To Cure a Cold in one Day. ;'e xl'te'd tol know how to lead you fo t whether it is a bo or a girl. .\mil.stirtir :;ii .'A. For t.
Take I.i ill ;,, io iiiiil, T lets a pr ver ni-etil.. write uip la Ibaseblall tui t think it is a girl. and say so in Vllyour
tll crieiti-I',.e in lil.n if oi filh ii'.ii lae., a wedding o a elPath. pale. The ,ext wee. k Vyou mtet the *
eael l ox; e-2,. a ;il1 must have a vocaiular'Y fi'r the fattier of that ine boy, and probably you as n ton
e 'very.lay affairs of life from a dlog tight are down again. By the way. when you w a
A GDCAT DAlL to high 1..ihool cntertainnnt or chau- a. ,ot euite. sr. always say boy. O ly $16.05
I P.RFIl T RAH WAY .1...........1.1v i..bi...........,t. know how to vat ... -. .., ... "I


a Ull LR I I1KILII ll U I. 'cDi ". L "1 ... I .. %....... .. *... ...
\with i1 a fork at a ladies'aid society sup-
Th,- Chi i 0ng Mil\\iliik".' &A St. Paul l'i; andl drink "'soela" front a ho, title at
Railwi a iid tsii lefrate*s miles of ithioroi ehl elip.ed roadl in gunl club sllhoot.


Illiinis, W'is-.4o iTn,.I., Io% a. Minni esota.
Soeiith lDakita. Nrtli likta., Mi.ssouri,
aiiil tlh' I ,Ilerl Peninseula ot Michigan.
It ownis a ill l i lts C liiiieniieet int
service oi i ls lilcs. ii.ldiig Sleehleinig
('ars. Parl' .i ars,. maintaining an excel-
lence of service iiie iital Cl Itonay railway
in the w orldl.
It has ee.ii a: l'i f.e,'r ill the NJorthwest
an4hi4l est itn the us,,e of theli l Iock s'y ste'tm
in th'e eiiration of its trains, iln tlhe
lighting of t trains II y Ielect ricity. heat ilig
by steam anil iany other lprogressive
meth)od-. whicl h i\,i aldedl safety, omi-


In faut thle .lcountiry e.lditor must gov-
i'ern hini.'lf accdtorldilig to c irctllistalllnces.
hut innst keep an teye on circumstalles.
If we iake a mistake., every oine knows
it. For instance, several years ilago, in
writing upll a death. we clo.seel by saying
**Our congratulations are exteindlel to


liowever, such things should not halp-
[en. A.n editor ought to know whiat
would suit e-ach individual. or li e ought
to take ea'inh iteinm Iefole it is peulhlished
atnd let th e person whom it concernl'l',s
ent'isolr it. .An editor has plenty of time
to do this, as he litas nothing to do Ilbut
hunt iews. write- ore' steal editorials.
clean rollers, hustle advertising, set and
distrillbute tYl,. attend to visitors. write
wraIt'p-ers, read proofs. run the press.
split tlie wooid (when there imi ally to


all the l ereave'd relatives." split), .dlolge th l bills. clun delinquents,
A in're' form of habit; no harm meanlit. take ci'-siings, and se-ttl Ie neighliors'
But it was a bad break-a mistake tiat quarrels.
%wias overlooked till half the issue was But for all ourI faults we' shake our
off. Thie plss was stopljed amnd tle own pat aind go right along trying t)
item corrected, and the offending art icle save'( our ow ne country anI several others,
was ,lit fromli tile printe-dl sheets. alllid sIV a g Loil wiirI folr tlhe sic.k iand


iort and luxury to travel. It is al way Int a f.ew days at letter came from a newly iiarriel, t4)o iake them feel better.
thi le'alr ill that diren-tion. .


The Pioneer l.inited TIrains l.t 'weeli
Chicago. St. I auil and .hint.apolis have
the costlie.st d ;ii.l hlIamIdsoriiest SIt'ep-
ing Cars' iln thli w l .hl ;a l lt ,e bestt ililning
Catir servic'i.-.
Tiime tables, miil., ainld informiiati


ii iRED iPARALIAIS.

--'.%Iv %ife hdluit-0.1.evsuffering livevtear~s
i th parial .s i.i, in lier arom. when I was This signature is n sever boz of Mhe gmulme
IIse lBallarde's Snoe w Liiii- laxativeBro.min a s


F"'rm Jacksonville. corespolinl-
ing rates frllom other points.
"i't-li. ltss round trip tickets on
saleI Oct. :1. 1.> aid ;. limit 1ie-
exte ilns i 5'0(le a itiional, toi
Neov. : .te llent I;. A. I. N-o
,extra ,.har-ge, for the. fast tile orl
hliXiit'ii .o srvice of
TIllE NW INITIA.1
I.INE AT
.JACKSONVI .IE.

Southern Railway

MOST l 'XI'RIOI -
TRA.INS
IN T'I'llE WOiLI).
Every Illorl'iing t 'i e ''hc k.
Every eve'iinlg at 7:.55 o'clhwk.
from Jacksonville: less than 2:1
hours ti Wijlsiiinton via
St4)11tie'I'in ltailvay.


City Ticket Otice'. ION West, lay Stre t,
J.acksonville. Fla.
Full inflormaitin iIIan hl1e obtained flrom'iI
II. 4;. CA'.\lY. D. P. A.. lJacksonville.


thus: "This is eminently cor'etl. The I Ifuirnislhdel iapplliat ion to F1'. Miler. i t.i. which cuie'd her all right. I ha,;veia er comedy Oa-t eamei a oldi pe rA-
spankiug spot is located on the oIi.isite, tn. lei. \~enlIt. Colony Iuildin" also use. it for old sores, frost leite's :anl 70... ..
side of the child's anatomyy" i'hicaioP. skin erulllions. It does the work. 2.5-. To
.ilt- aiid $1.041 at .1. I. .1.tJones. Dion t forget to register.
Stops the Cough and Works ofl the Cold alifornia mt Return
The Best Prescripties tor Malaria laxative ro iito llilinllie Tlalhe'ts c'et a .
Chill and Fever is a bottles of (l. iov's ,',ld illn oeil y. N. o Ctr c. No Pai.Vy 25. Via L. Q N. I. R.
TASTELESS 'CHILL TONxi. It is simply T I
Iron and Quinine in a tasteless toirn. -T I C Fihrst-cla.ss. rouin1 trip tickets f'',,rt
No Cure. No Pay. Prices W cents. PORT ORANGE ITdEMS .Ja'ksoilh i o ,.. .ale ,.t 1 i' ,I r-
..PORT ORANGE ITEMS. i gi Notice, is herebly ivei lhat thle following lescri, tei lan.ls will t.e hit, at public te...s thuiil u rtis fi.mi leth-er 'il e-.
-uctinii on li ti' first day oif lte' nl'r. A. D.. 1902. in thil iCity of I ytona, V,Ilusila Tlick s ..e ii 1 i
| Mrs. S'i, o. tiook ,, vanitag..l th, il l li- Count y, Floritda. or so much thereof as will lee nece'.sst'ary to |pay ihe., ;iouit ulie fort l, n
Pcusii h last Sinclul e i.e 1 iiit l,. ta 'xes herein setopposite to the same., together with .costs 1if sicli sale andl tu111l1ieg aiotlier. F.ivoralh le -tollp-ove,
FOstm aster ron1e. pl u.,v iozzard. il .Jack- ad1ver4tisincs_ arrangcmc,.s. Final limit Sepit. :o.
d i .'h i '. lt i;ci'rv I",irI. ilu .Ite.k- tn,.itntl lI
-At il. i N .M IE cl:SCIPTl N F LAND. LNI. oIA '. ILoCK. f' Tluxe-s
PMlr.iil-N- M a M lsts. --- ---
P alm er "" ..........
taom e'. t laist 'r, e'ek 'i' iti M Je ltes i' I II. Si10ti1'k ............ W.... .. "72 ft ...........................................A..S ; 7 ..1 l S V l.
tt n hi~t IN (.k \i lillg" M r. .1 ncs" p if. llo giltolll............S. E Il &.W ..'it e...................................... 1 (.;.I7.-,R)leI' II I \'' "l V..
of So. G len Falls, N Y ., des- tlltthlet.r. %1. li t (Heirs ......... W `i .................................................. .... 21 1.71 POINTS I.:S N&
cribes a condition which thous- Capt. zzlard bas sol,I his sail boat to Davidli Slll tn.........I....ts & 12. s of........................2 1 7 2.
hands of men Mr. la\,.is of S|ri'. '. C' et.k. wlihi is ge,- Is:aac lepkins............. lot .15. suli. f.................................. & 7 2-S 1 .22 -
1 and w om en itii ti lhuv 11iei,;i i ;ei i. ke la nik e } i livil laiins, ................ lot 5 & 6. blo-k 1. stul. 1 .................... 1; 215 4.2.'1
find identical oIf it. sil1ney It .lton..... ........ 4 of W 214i ft. (of N. Nil it. ........... 1 29 1.71
with t heirs I. Brie' (Heirs) ...... hlot 11. sill. of S. o if N. i............. 4 i 31 .70 F'or full ilforlii.at ion ;i.1 iress.
h he r. iand 1i.l ta,,ii1 M u i la- .al Sr.. et ia Audersoin....... hlo.t 2. bloke k 1. still. if ..................... 1 :1l -'.34 1 .. 1. i.El N,
R ead w hat he 1',al eVq est...l. ...'l .l.'. ce11l t ;li't, h,.-at,,h i ll Eh h's h :le es .............heelts T tod 12. 1.1c-k 2. stle. .......... 4 ee .I--:1 1.7 1 1 Florida lg \. ml t:'. Ii_ .
says, and note I.;ul htiEe e a e oc t di La a l. Wetlll s.................... .... ............................. 2S i4 I;. a s e N.c.R..
the s sim ilarity tI t Alt'. .A l lxai h .I a 11e tie lt L.auri '. W all...al ........l.ts 13, l I1. 13 A............................ 1 .... ha-kso nville Fla. .
of your own l11k it.n miil I li- e river slor Laura E. Wall......-.....W. 15ft.W l lot 2 an lots 1. .>... 2 .1 .3--
SW rite on rn .. II. Smitha.................. ts 1 & 4 tio l ssul,. of A. y............ 11 .* > 2.97
case. W riteto .. W. Holi watrd............. hts21&: .l>1hh k2. Waits uh..o' ,tr it... -12 :i.64l1 I
him ihim enclosing I i;t.. Ml, l,,iel h.-,,,1 hi- f,,'ili stam ped ad- Cru-,k la ti \\.-k i.. ;a .1 Jackson of Matie l.lvwoo .......... lot l.iwk'2, reue'.' s-1.of ut .. :.. I ''
B dressed envel- Srrin ; rii.l, 1i Annii.e Jolrdani ..............lot f17.hlok 2. ;re'e.n,'susiil. f part ... ... 3 1 .71
L D. Pa r. ope for reply, I-Il lia Watsont..............W 5 of E 139t ft. lt .l'k 4,. Ii-f'.'i.'t
L ioand get a per- r-plrk -NI;,,.k. ii lh .l ,.i it s l.,.,i.''r l|.t'r1v sub. of lpart............... ................... ... 1 1.
a tei ';' .t t ste-il it .1 H. W illiamis.............lit lt!, bplo k 4. 'e eni e s sill'. ef. o fl ti ra .. 1 :
sonal corroboration of what is la 1 ul it, th .ir I. Fai lothi............lots 11 tolh.I'k 4.; r., css o i. -: .2 1
here given. He says regarding iI. !.:I I, lIt. S. Faii-loth............lotsl &2.Ml"'k n..1u- le...i. if UIoiprt ....... .0 ;.7" OOL L L's
S W i l IW li e x1 .rry (Heirs).....lot 3 l, .Mk.. .reene0.'s sub. of art......... -,.'7 ".7
Vni .Dr. Miles.'. ,,0 h0ii Itichard ti.hJon.es......... lotsl.,&l;.llo k,.ir.,ren..!sul,>.oIrt :-.4; : & B LLIARD
D r. M ile i l i ll k.. St .,,l ,,,it t ,, s.. I ie ................. .....................................................1 .': 5 1.41 L L
H ei Iotd C ure:l w*.... ".""l .Kto....WV et ............................. ........................ -' R5 M Si
t C ure I.. V. ltraicev................l:12x 1;5 ft. K. si.ell,' alith t ost,.. e 1 R1.2:1 3M A
"1 s red goeaoizng pain in the left rs 11 i ,i l0 ,Salllile Smit ...............\V. ,. of E. 1I< ft............... .................... 2 7o .!.-,
breast sad between my shoulders efrom fom0 1 .ak 11:11 l t o -t 1 l e f.'. lert Basat...t........... lot 4. lo 'k 2. su ........... .....e............ L 71 1.2:1
ali ttuble. My heart would palpi- ';iy \ ithl Mr. Sii l it iar i t. i'ori~' Ed ward ..... ...lots ts & i6. block 2. -il,. of ............... ..... 71 2.:31
t at outteb. Myle a rl t b ul d uati- I "V .s '. Singleton............ lot 4. slul,. if W T ..................................5.. 71 1. ; Idi I L 'l s s rv it i I .s.
som l r lsie d I htfter I has. P M ill.r. ...'........ lot< ;. sub. of W ..... ........................., 71 1.71 t vel at all hours.
hat I walkedthelow fortoldown Ph sician and Draggistsa. ltee-'a White.............. lots N & i9, siubl. tf W. ...................... 71 2..7 o -yster stews i sli,-iallt.
wcauditiovseemed l istdde d ew n. My i" r'1 A St1e a1. ; 1n 'rl iinellnt *idrlg l' Stilliuan............. E. 55 ft. S. of caela:;tl ......................... .....; 71 .!.-
caditiom seeimd '.frfi]t _.
I ber an taka r. Miles' eart C re, a ,t o.ky Hill Staro.. Ky.. write: Sid .In nes...............W .................................... ............ s 71 2. 7
but Iathelped meframthee irst. Later 'e wte r'ueest i. l .y IJ.. II. Snigley l ,c .AMoseley........ W uofE 2 411 lf N 41 ft............................... 1 72 .. A
I took D Miles' Ne in e with the to snii ftr ler'ii for tlie t e.ne.iit of ouir Frank J.lohnii on ...........: 1oft.................................... 7 1................. 72 1.71
Hea Caresand sthe eisLS was at on- e'ustoners.i'. WVe irel-i l'.l tiI'e 'elzetn ill .lI.net Roleorts .......... 7of125t............... f ....................1 72 1.s H AA
19 1. Ieauestlvimol mimilarsuf-a Id-..... .. ....... .n ..] ........U... ..- ... .... .__. ........ 1' '-.I'" f' It" 1-' -.. Le_ _-%fI


*.6


FaM60*0 PSMO
P. 0. Bwu
Office at Europsam oftL
DAYTONA, FLOWS*


Daytona Ie
Wm. Wwvaomeass,


PURE ICI

Made from Distilled Walr


Factory ojien from 7 to 12 &


'Phone 48


Volsia Avema amd


S. H. GoveC,
A'HITU'ET. B|IIDIllic AND Co4
Resideknee and office, northeast
ihleg 'voi Aiiand Volusaa aveuml -
"hllonXe 49*. Daytona, 1 6


Ocean House,
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor. -.'
Rates $2.00 per Day and U pwY
Special to Regular Boardem s
NEW SMYRNA. FLOIB.A '


J.D. Carmichad
Bfo'e you have your plumbi
Ie (an save yu 15 per cnt. All
giiarainte'edl. Ikear of City Hotel. I


Anyone h asS Skina.d
quIckly sesrtaln owu oin I--mewi
i ent an t probablly h CP -
sent frele.w Oi it ie fr4asnu- M
Patents take. rough .
Apet. a *tk4. w u wi. Is the

cuaton of any eetigeoL Tlne, a
: rour mouths*. aaMhyallsteS
EL XC!.-~r^|iYI
-BK~a~y v as.. wsin.'S


N1



I.


TI IN IDICATE YOUlR DESIIRS
is all that is necessary.
WVe will ih,, the rest.
The -Ihlil vy loutpt cof lour ovel n CO'll
of :ll arieititet f ise *f


BlREAD.)
ai a 'e'.ait variety of pies, cake al
IahIst ry.
Tli. .x,.-\elei)ce of oif each article' is d
lo thie fi'-it that we se s lmrior 9our
andm Iothr iilireiedit,1is i a sup1.rior waY.-
D) ia't IllItie''r ai01 h ig. luest send leu
fll a 1,;lit is aw;tantetlo .


Gramling Bakery'


N. ERICKSON





Cabinet Maker and

Wood Worker


D~oom' and W~initie w scron~is, Pictum


Daytona Telepo

Company









Connections with DeLand. HolA
Hill, Ormond and Moundgrove.


60 VILAW


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-H aDully wth e*M-
a well nknow writ.
the matter.
amy page of Goethe's pro
-MM of the threm. "aud I
rpeaItit word tr word."
etter thBa that." amid the
"Put me ta a corner of
and I will play three games
Sgmttameously without ever" M al d Mban wam oIL
S a to what I can do,"
Wesspaker aga-in. Beg*'in a -A
-M R m- now about the ame
things po imlble, and at the NiO a lrr.
Sbeer I will repeat the entire al yr THE X. IFAtIR.A K COMP
S6 man mwas silent, and Blu- lieeXn o0VAL.FAIRY SOap.
I" to him: "Why don't you -A RESTORALION LAU.
*W-W t you can do? A few ain. ARESTO IA10r A.
0pe were boasting a good deal Dealy Peagalle ofQ .
4 10idenrleeory" in .*g*i Dnng a a .
It." was the reply, t but I The history of an ordinary d:iy of a
M*t* know that my two friend restoraiotion ,au W;!s toLuetliuz: l'::e
gus atter so serlornsly. And as this: oFrom about I till 12 he recipe
SIn ear t I will not Visitors hI his l thei)ing ('ah1air. wlare
aI sthem for I Ceannot for- belay In state, with his periwig. thick.
sa of them did me a favor ly powdered, lylig beside him o the
tw- of-bsd h- i b


Hr_"yr asked BlumenthaL
OIM the reply.
y hve not yet forgotten It
enee the laurels belong to you,
a- have Indeed a wonderful mem-
York Herald.

few months ago a young ma-
to one of the young
4teaw. who tI connected with
l Srance arm. asking him to
a policy covering her new bouse-
X til Dick." she asked. -I want
him. He really thinks I
ig Ibnoom eamd at alL"
6 eig man assented and leaned
ggley. He waited a considerable
ftr the payment of the premium.
Mfesiemhip for the young woman
bam to resist ending the bill
mbe Baily did as The recipient
ts bitterly to an acquaintance.
i on eam derable of a wag, and be
encouraged her In her Ideas.
cw. really." she said. wrinkling
pretty brows. this bit of paper
It est to nothing. I could have
pon K myself."
-I ,." agid bhe. -but If you have a
!Wte espany will have to pay the


*edl' shMe suggested, "let them de-
what thy may I owe them. Then
be out anything."-Chicago

R ot the Pabrabs.
iPayabh have a trick which Is
r d in this manner: They take
a-mBae cup. put It on the ground-all
are performed in the open air-
place In It a small bulb. which is
go evereld with sand.L
i kIng a small fan from their waist
a landing about two feet away.
4 t1th fan a rosebush from the cup at
at two and a half feet high. bearing
ke a number of roses, one of which
Off will give for a piece of sliver.
SSe Swer withers away Into ether in
inty minutes.
S hae een a peach, a pear and a
Street grow from seed, bear fruit
'lo wither away again in five hours.
o have soem these Fahyabs throw
S'Jh vea upon broken glass held in a
N- Vbox that It would be Impossible
Owg : W oe else to touch without re-
1 i a wound and never get a

t'- A Mdl l sem Ckaplals.
On the return from a long cruise Ad-
at Ial Goldeborough's chaplain was
sl ead by the admitral whether or not
be aldered the bres ult of his labors
( a ekwleal standpoint
Tea," he answered. "the result has
L se I& the main most satisfactory.

i TB m e to prevent their sawear-
-I the vwery fault for which i correct
*To tt, man. that is not to be
Woo" Tbe ofmcersbill swear," replied
'. a1 migl. "I do It myself iome-
f Mitt I don't mean anything-not
_a jw* than you do by )our pray-

saw by s Wia
S MThe Duke of Wellington once met by
S.an. odk-er In a state of iue-
bere. ir," said the Iron Duke.
WM woid you do if you met one of
awr an In the condition In which I
The odcer drew himself up. gave the
".itary wlhte and replied with great
vtllty. would not condescend to
S. the brute!" His wit saved
esasmlaason.

say. daddy. I want you to
a question.
rthker--Wbat Is It?
-Well. If the end of the world
to come and the earth was de-
while a man was up in a bal-
where would be land when be
-. e down?
a' re.s. s It.
Oirl With the Plump Neck-Fan Bil-
SWslak has begun to show her age.
( As-rt abe?
5l631 With the Dimple-- should say
t be'sa begun to try to bide it.-Cbl-
NTribune-

iltoe people can study a subject all
Ules and then know nothing
t.L-Atc-hison ;lube.

M eA n I generally at bis heaviest In
i t oth'th year.


Itemw Utn Chese" InSmtatum.
*I Ma, ." sars Mnm. Curtin Itaker.
Sbkewahr, Ohio, '-an infant child of
Ogaghbor's was sumriag from lho dlern
SThe dctor had given ui all
of rmvery. I took a bottle of
*lharl's Colic.d Cholera and Diar-
mi B dy to the houe, teing them
PWm it would do good if uned at--


coverlet Near at hand. on his dresga
lIg table, the curious visitor might
have noticed some little volumes of
amatory verse, a canister of Lisbon or
Spanish snuff, a smelling bottle and
perhaps a few fashionable trinkets.
As soon as he deemed proper the
beau arose and with incredible dilli-
culty proceeded to put on all his
charms, to Iperfume his garments, to
soak his hands In washes for the sake
of producing whiteness and delicacy.
to tinge his cheeks with curniit.tive
In order to give them that p-ntle
blush which nature had denied them.
to arrange a nuiimbr of patches upon
his face so as to produce the effect of
moles and dimples, to dip hisa pocket
handkerchief in rosewater and to pow-
der his linen so as to banish from it
the smell of soap. to consume a quarter
of an hour in the attempt to fasten
his cravat, so long again In the en-
deavor to adjust his wig and to "cock"
his hat, as long again in the contem-
plation of his charms in the looking
glass and as long again in the practice
of such smiles as would display to the
best advantage the Ivory whiteness of
his teeth-these were the processes
through which he who desired to fg-
ure as a beau of the first magnitude
was compelled in that age to pass.
The character of the beau, so far as
his outward and peIrsonal appearance
was (volcerned, was now complete, island
as in those days fashionable gentlemen
used their legs to a much less extent
than they do now our imaginary beau
would have directed his valet to order
a sedan chair without delay. Into
this lie stepped and was borne to the
fashionable haunt-to the mall in St.
Janies park or perhaps to the more
ceremonious parade In Ilyde park-
where, like a butterfly, he delighted to
flutter in the train of some Jilting
beauty, who gloried in nothing so
much as "-an eqjuipage of fools" and
who was perfectly willing for the
nonce to furniMil him with an excuse
for to:isting i her in a tavern at night.-
Gentleman's Maigazine.


larsl'hll Nc'y wias then son of a hard-
workini i ,ol'pr a!il 1l:il risen from tht
raiks of tihe ar;ii.v lie was a child of
the ptsopll aatd i latever may have
Ieetii his v;liiitc'-l he threw them all
aside in his last days.
\Vhenit Is was Itd tout to death, an of-
liter orderedci a liandathge tied over his
eyss.
"'Why should you do that?" said Ney.
"Haveii't I lbtVin aicustonited for twen-
ty-tive years to hlook bullets and cannon
balls in tthe fact-c'"
lih ltinitself trd1'lt'rd thie soldiers to
fire, standing aid facing them.
Ills cart-r suinimed up in one life the
spectacular lihroisnstof the past.


_-- .a-m- Ai vs -. LAs
NM Su vr sgur. on what was t.he
lItable enmdition of the great Ml-
ilppl river 10,00. I00M 0 or eve,
4W.OOO years agot seenmstsaM I
that the eromes of it bed was ae-
OSWpllshed by a mighty estaract,
which began ft down the rier, prob-
ably at the place where It then emp-
tied lato the gul, and by gradmal r
tro"greson dug out the valleyUlke W e mm ss
Sorge through which It now flows. GMM
That this theory Is tenable may be In.
tenrrd from the high. wall-like bluff.
features ao characteristic of the upper
part of Its coMue.
A wearing away of a monster cata-
ract would of course necessarily leave rff. venm q *=
high walls or bluffs on either side. ---uf te Shments 1 M1 U
These are the well known features of qag eIm de of eo *
the father of menladering streams. It wagr o1I Tgga a I
would seem, according to this theory.
that St. Anthony's falls constitute the Dog "f M
remnant of what was once the most w V
stupendous cataract in the world. Ge- (Du m
ologists estimate that It has taken the
river 400.000 years to carve out the Team
mighty ditch through which It now
flows.


ome, For Drm4.
There Is an Interesting child's story
called "Jack the Giant Killer," in
which one of the giants is supposed to
use the expression "fe-faw-fum." or
something like it. when Jack has climb-
ed a beanstalk and been hidden by the
giant's wife, the rest of the growl be-
iung, **1 smell the blood of an English-
man, but be he alive or be he dead I'll
take his bones to make my bread."
Possibly it has not occurred to many
to ask wherhete idea of making bread
out of bones originated, as we do not
often seriously Investigate fairy tales
It Is a historical fact that during the
siege of Paris by Henry IV., owing to
famine, bread, which had been sold
while any remained for more than $1
a pound, was made from the bones In
the charnel house of the Holy Inno-
cents. This occurred In 154.-New
York Press.


Napeloem III. and His Clgarettes.
The most obstinate of cigarette
smokers was the Emperor Napoleon
III. It is an error to suppose that he
was ambitious. A fatalist, he fol-
lowed a plan which he imagined had
been traced in advance. At Sedan,
when the end came. he calmly lit a
cigarette. Hugo's epic anger against
him had a large element of Irritation
at the man's supreme calmness. Hugo
was not a cigarette smoker. He never
understood, he could not understand,
him. Zola, who was a cigarette
smoker and who ceased in order that
he might become a great workman,
understood and described Napoleon
III. in "La Debacle" iwrfectly.
Usual Resmlt.
Mrs. Gabb-Dear me! There comes
my husband. There won't be a whole
piece of furniture left in the house by
midnight.
Mrs. Gadd-Horrors! Does he drink,
and Is that a case of whisky lie Ls car-
rying'?
Mrs. Gabb-No, he doesn't drink.
That's a new box of tools.


meant the Same.
Doctor-I found the patient to be
suffering from abrasion of the cuticle,
tumefaction, ecchyntmosis and extrava-
sation In the litagunilit standd cellular
tissue about the Ieft orliit.
Judge-You mean he had a black
eye?
Doctor-Yes.-Judge.


Strong efforts aiv lI-ilig tnlh, '., wit h
'every reasmn foir exc-titig MUct4-Ss, to
sure tnmutcli better railroad rates for
visitors to tIe Fair than those of last
year. so that there will be no n-ason for
n.-taining away from Lake City because
of the cost of the trip.

lienry IL. Shattu k of Sliells lurg.
Il .i ,. % ats rtlr-td otf ta stDiInu'I-ti tr'oinllt
wiIitli vhi' In.- lhttl liiin attfli-te-.l for


AYo04-M a d 6&710 LSrftsed. '%ears. 1 ilfur ibow.s tel ('timilwirlaiins
shNielut. 4ifc i l'a~in~g 1 (1. II 't *liuitl.j ill. li tvai lc t loretitjiIm lv t ii.l iiian v otither r.',,,.dit-s
lI~t -I-* staitvs: I .;I-t M.11-4-111I11.11 its a utit I a ta unt 11IMN1r 4floll yivitiaaa,. i ti it I -*-- re
Ilatiotill a t4 'llilg L141% sii\t*,N1* et r s 41f i lif. F41. sale bIy alltl r itiggists.
%%114tD' i I dolieia to I-.%l..ail it tlck of dys-
entery.l'. E% vt IthitagI Ion-Aril'ri41 for her
srive c i c liAift c a.laail.'114 as..'%%itas gr'oiing I'aitl~l~rillg anW il CU11411t i~'liligItg a 10Y.
W111114 Aieiv t iii.V.1,11% If,-I-r ic:11.'ltatN M *~ t. si l aits 611ill I11i11cict* 1t'ic iltjon f i lighting
S-r In. she tctilil dii'. S14 lt ail I10-4-0111C So OW NL (f lift'.
W halti Ito 4h) at tilcia.rtjical 1auu.'ans'iit %toas- -
it stutdyv ftireri.lotit I thseuglt tif Chautin- 4 1;,ilklua's lili',Iii.Cldet wi~il l Diltt
Iw.r!utium'P.4Odicii. Chonlera wid i ie I)rrhnt vaIIH~Ll~tt-'sl -NV h1s1,114 cr1t1ltl- t' IV lotit a
II.tA-1110-11 \ i1111 fIlI S t Ri tet j ii'AiIN(i I N i tim inft ci its tlr'. It n- ,u faik i d an isa
it. The 111l1ii t oi ntlt-rfil tlv-lllt was e 11.I-t4 l,. t u at antIsatv14' ta ke. hctor salt' I,%
fi-4iIiil. 1w *t hut i'iiaIt t I1i.ir.s hilt. was fti'e dI ipt-..
jugi ntivii lt Iwttc'r: iw-idv(fl i' iftv days'cAil- s Ii rggss
'id- up cimi h11-raq.*randi at thetsend of 4111tt
we-ek was .'nt iri'Ii%%ell.-' Filor as. k A B d re
all drutggists.I
___1 bad breath means a bad
stomach, a bad digestion, a
bad liver. Aver's Pills are
T DFORDS liver pills. They cure cop-
W E stipation, biliousness, dys-
pepsia, sick headache.
25c. Al dru-gIsts.
L u vtr i, ti ltoI-, t4 1-acr rd a bealultafl
THE GR U T rown or rich I'I.,I t, 'oiip orth
BUCKINGHAM"S DYE t~skers

11II~. SELLYF. M ANI.M1. .
P hysiciul C-dndSutirgvjcn.


(tli't' iaitil rensidleiice 1-'7 ltidgewotl
avellinct. oIpposite idge'wood 1 loitel.


SW 1.G 0Jr& Co TLeading
I I I eI U& I Druggists ;
--_-- ---. .......

C Tlhe Largest and Most completee Stock :
of l)rugs in Iayt ma. I'rns.rilitions fcom-
pounded by Itegist&terlvd l'iharnmi ist only. *

;: Perfumery and Toilet Articles. 0
TRY OI'R PINE TA 'tR ('OtI;ll I.UI.AM-25 cents a bottle. *
Beach Street. F % DAYTONA. LORI D A



BOND & BOND, CO.,
(I NICOR RATED)
---M.\NUFACTU'RFRs OF-

Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

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


HALIFAX WAGON WORKS
n1. 11. GODWIN, Proprietor


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AUL S" ca W xM -
H ise. ai pe NNW$ o per was& s-*


H \ AUPHIOLSTERERd ad
M* V 0MY MANUFACTURER of BIGUGM

M .ol ad PFiber Mamsseo
Dealer in Second Hand Furniture and Stovre.
Your Old Furniturp Made as Go as
Beach St. and Bel review Ave.


DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKs,
E. DILLINGIIAM. Proprietor.
MeC-.ta. E dwa.. Ma.a..w..
Moukling, Scroll Sawing, Tuniug.
OW. 4 7'4olo mi. lColrnin. Porbt ohm o i
Work and wood lulYar.L P Mud. Ito Order. rph...1&


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DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


FOUNTAIN CITY PHARWIACY,
NORTH BE lAlC.\ti 'REEIT
Has a .Selt StN'k of......
DiRf'. I'R '!IT. lt MBS ANPD Hl I.T .1l '.
Perfumery and Fancf Toi t Articles.


DR. J. M. JONEB, proprietor, can be consulttl profeumiisnally during bust
hours; office hours Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. mi.; 2:30 to 4:30 pm. *


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Trowell's xvr..s '& 4a egIn.LIa *


I.F'. ''I(,iAVELi,. Itojrietticr.


Office ini the i17+44)-lDattc Faa'b-r.She op.


Telephoim *8


All Calls Given Prompt Attention.


Piano Moving a Specialty.




: Fresh Pleats.

* We now carry a full stock of fresh

meats, in connection with Groceries.

TRY SOME OF OUR SWEET

PICKLES.


D. F. MORRISON


Long's Old Stand.


'Phone 19.


* ~Corner Deo ak' St a-. @3and Second A'venue..


WAGONS


CARRIAGES.


H orse-Shoeing ; a: : l.,l I "taiit, .


Dilatonta, Flt.


BUNNEL-L'S


Saw and Planing Mills


arie tic pro'c;i-11: i tcc iiti) i,-flt ll kittils of


ROUGH AND DRESSED PINE




LUMBER

J*-%IM T V Tlr v ~ltw7 Am we__%1 I d% 0A4'


r..Telephone No. S-:o N VERY SHORT NOTIIU
.J1N It. IPAIKINStON.

4 tti,,r;;ti.-tt.ati,,W. WE 1MEh- ALL COMP IT1'
)ft lh'e witl lihnglhamti & Thonpii -.
ItDAvTONA. FI.oil:mIA.

[).iavtolna lectricaIl Co fi I C
.1. t'. r:TR'I. EiIEI t. N ACTOi M ..t .


1rnl.Z fititi i sISpilt ,. lVRefrigerators


Gasoline 5t ,ves
S""i'"" a111. *i'- al' ""'ln Ice Cream Freezers

IAre Summer Necessities. A Full


Spencer B. Green


Sanitary P!umbing

Steam and Hot #v

Water Heating. ,


Agent for the


Engine.


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Ericsson


North 3.idj~awood


MATEOI"


It's all Florida.
Why buy imniorted cigars. tmile trc'il h t. ,pi ;t I l ,ii 4.1 Ici..i-tor j with
Line at and other drugs, wh,-n yo n .ian h.,. ,i- .ii,. I -,iil. l,.f au aa fl.ve. nt A..,?


W. F. Gille, Jr., & Co.



I DAYTONA TRANSFER CO.


Tiedford's Black-Draught has
saved doctors' bills for more than
ixty yes. For the common fam-
ily ailments, such as constipation,
indigestion, hard colds, bowel com-
plaints, chills and fever, bilious-
ness, headaches and other like
complaints no other medicine is
necessary. It invigorates and reg-
ulates the liver, assists digestion,
stimulates action of the kidneys,
purifies the blood, and purges the
towelss of fool accumulations. It
cures liver complaint, indigestion,
sour stomach, dizziness, chills,
rheumatic pains, sideache, back-
ache, kidney troubles, constipation,
diarrhea, biliousness, piles, hard
colds and headache. Eve:y drug-
gist has Thedford's Black-Draught
in 25 cent packages and in mmni-
moth sic for $1.00. Never accept
a substitute. Insist on ha' ing the
o iginal made by the Chattanooga
M icine Company.
I hd-m Thsic s Baim Dra.M
ls the sdt medical O earth. Its
ada 7 r twev e dm sad er


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NORMAN S. DAYTON,


LUMBER
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.
T ho,,. l.
M gn ,l1ia .v,. a I 1: K ;It \\ '- t I',-ttli.--.)
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


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The Nation's
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Nw hYork. Boston and the as T
NHew York. Boston and the East


BY LAND* AND SEA.
.Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
TEMICE via Palatial Expres Steamhips.
Sailings from Savannah

THREE SHIPS EVERY WEEK
To New York, making close connections with New York-Boston ships or Sound
Lima. Al ticket agents are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for
gewral information, sailing schedules. stateroom reservations, or call on
WALTER HAWKINS. General Agent. 224 West Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fla.
P. E. LEFEVRE. Manager. E. T. (HARLTON, G. F. & P. A.
New Pier 35 North River. New York, N. Y. 3-15-02
J. W. WILKINSON, Agent. Daytona, Fla.




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ChiageKaet.


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ItN RAILWAY


MUTE W TME CLERATES TRAINS:
The So thorn's Palm Limited
The Weashi ton, Ilcfb.non and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida CXpreil


The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited



Pullan Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, vi
shelled through "T-h Land of the Sky."
TknMugh trains via The Southern Railway are operated
smmm1is with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
Phllam Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through

AAftir Ties vi8 Ieerer MAway. Cermaespsfteasw Nelie

H. F. CAREY, Fh. Pu. Age, OB V. Bay St., Jidnmbav .
I .A WV. H. TAYLO
Gemad Pm A- D, Ain't Geni PA. Agt,
gi D. C. Ai.
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PeT DOlabete Pattests.
In a diet for diabetic patients milk li
only occasionally allowed, yet eggs.
cream, buttermilk ard all kinds of
cheese may be taken freely. Tart
fruits are permitted, and peaches and
strawberries may be eaten with cream,
but without sugar. The sweet fruits-
pears, plums, grapes, apples, bananas.
etc.-are forbidden. Koumiss, coffee
with cream, but no sugar, and cereal
coffee are the drinks permitted, tea be-
ing excluded and no wines or liquors
except claret. Rhine or other acid va-
rieties. All vegetables containing sug-
ar or starch are forbidden, which
leaves cauliflower. lettuce, string beans.
spinach, cucumbers, greens, young on-
ions, etc., to be eaten. Olives are not
forbidden. A moderate meat diet is
recommended, particularly the fatty
parts, and all kinds of flabsh are al-
lowed.
Odlittee of Color BUladess.
While the number of color blind per-
sons Is not very large, only about five
in every hundred suffering from any
defect in this respect and most of those
being affected only in a minor degree,
yet the phenomenon sometimes as-
sumes very remarkable phases.
An oculist states that he found two
persons who possessed monochromatic
vision-that Is to say, all colors ap-
peared to them to be simply different
shades of gray.
If the reader will look at a photo-
graph of a landscape or. better, of a
garden filled with brilliant flowers, he
will be able to form an idea of the ap-
pearance which nature must present
to one who suffers from the Infliction
called monochromatic vision.


A Kind W'or.
Many a friendship, long, loyal and
self sacrificing, rested at first on no
thicker a foundation than a kind word.
Two men were not likely to be friends.
l'erhaps each of them regarded the
other with agnething of distrust. They
had possibly been set against each oth-
Vr by the circulation of gossip or they
had been looked upon as rivals, and
the success of one was regarded as in-
compatible with the success of the oth-
er, but a kind word, perhaps a mere re-
port of a kind word, has been enough
to be the commencement of an endur-
ing friendship.


be. Smtweerues.
Beeler-You are the last man I should
have expected to inad opposing the
pensioning of government employees
no longer able to work.
Heeler-When a man gets so helpless
thst h lPa -'t da. __kt. *hm


NECESSITY OF SLUMBER.
oMba by V leepleulmen a Chblee
rhufbmenI.
"A person absolutely without sleep
iTr lae days will die," says a writer
Ih Afaiee's "BSufferers from insomnia
ame-tmes maintain that they have
gane for weeks without sleeping, but it
has been proved that they do sleep
.WIheet being aware of it. At a cer-
tole point sleep is Inevitable, no mat-
tr what the bodily condition, the al-
terative being death. Prisoners have
~topt e the rack of the inquisition.
And the Chinese found that only the
g test Ingenuity and vigilance could
aOy oat a sentence of death by sleep-
hammes. This mode of capital punish-
Smt was long in favor in China and is
MM to be so today, while as a form of
tartre deprivation of sleep is consid-
Md -me of the most efficacious weap-
uI In the Chinese judicial arsenal.
I sums elch cases the prisoner is
kept Ia cage too small to stand up or
S down In and constantly prodded
wth a sharp rod Death by starvation,
sio a Chinese punitive method, is a
lower poce and therefore, one
WOMN think, more calculated to appeal
t the oriental mind if it were not
ft death by sleeplessness In thought
M meuh more painfuL In the lat-
tr case the brain is the first affect-
ed of all the organs of the body, while
Ina ca of starvation the brain longest
rutaus Its normal weight and charac-
"A corresponding mode of taming
ld elephants is said to be depriving
the animals of sleep when first caught.
Is a few days they become compara-
tively spiritless and harmless. The
rain of the elephant is held to be
moa highly developed than that of
Iay other wild animal, but of course
is compared with a human brain can
ben lly fatigued by new impressions
aId as made very dependent on sleep.
The wild elephant In his native jungle,
ewevr, is amid to sleep very little-a
lgter poait for the theory of the uni-
mr11 nation of deep to intelligence.
A Ian takes ot of his habitat and
o In conditions which he never
00i ave IMaglned-lf transported
t Mar, may-would doubtless need an
6ema-sdiary amount of sleep at first.
the, fs the almost parallel case of a
05ma boay. Casper Hauser, who up
h0 the aa of eighteen was kept in one
MOm Wmer he had no Intercourse with
ma hbehs or eight of any natural
M0 1at even the sky. At eighteen
he V IrNgIht to Nremberg and
a s u te thih strost. For the first


FOOD AND TMh 8EXES.
fte Male eUm weeds &tos at awe0
hMaM tohe We mi".
AeMording to a writer In the Lancet
the male human needs more food than
the female not only on account of his
larger stature, but also because be Is
the more katabolic of the two. The
man tends to expend energy and the
woman to store it up in the form of
fat;. be bura;s the faster. This sexual
difference shi *ws itself in the very
blood. The mnn thas a larger percent-
age of elh.ou, <. tes t;i;:. the woman.
showing that he needs a proportionate-
ly ltrgrr qunlmity of oxygf n In order
to alailtali hin mei rt nti .- combus-
tion. a fact which one umay associate
with his comparative fri.t'onm from
chlorosis. Moreover, weight for weight.
his pulmonary capacity Is grater tlhtn
that of the wom:n., whose smaller re-
spiratory need is further shown by the
facility with whliicl she cain without
discomfort diminish her breathing
power by means of the corset.
"The great contrast between the
metabolic activity of the two sexes,"
continues the writer, "was forcibly
brought home to me by a military dis.
play given by a troop of dusky ama.
sons, with whom were also a few male
warriors. The women, in spite of their
daily exertions, were all rounded and
plump, some very much so, no single
muscle showing through the skin. and
It was noticed that their movements.
though full of grace, lacked energy
and 'go.' The men. on the other hand,
were spare, their muscles standing out
plainly under the shiny skin. and they,
In further contrast with the women.
displayed a truly amazing agility,
bounding about and whirling round in
a most astounding fashion. The wom-
en, In short, were essentially anabolic,
and the men were katabolic. I may
here draw attention to the fact that
men are apt to be larger meat eaters
than women. Just as they are, possibly
In consequence of this very fact, more
prone to drink alcohol and to smoke
tobacco."


SLEEPING HEROES.
.illty lea of the Past That Ar
Expected to Retrna.
Is there any race that has not Its
sleeping hero? A correspondent re-
cently pointed out that the time for the
fulfillment of the prophecy that the
tenth of Krishna will restore to India
her Independence is near at hand, and
every nation has some such savior to
whom the people look. West country
rustics still believe that Arthur did not
die. but sleeps in Avalon, and that In
the hour of Britain's need he will
awake, deliver the land and restore
the golden age. In Germany it is a
popular belief that Charles V. will
some day wake from his enchanted
sleep to reign over Germany. Spain.
Portugal. Denmark, Belgium and Hol-
land. Thousands of French peasants
hold that Napoleon is only sleeping
and that some future time he will
reappear and rule. And Mr. Newbolt
has enshrined the Devon legend that
Drake is only listening for the drum.
The Irish peasantry steadfastly re-
fuse to believe that Mr. Parnell is
really dead. They assert that his death
was a ruse, that he was an interested
spectator of his own funeral and that
when the time comes he will emerge
from retirement to give Ireland her in.
dependence. Every true Moslem be-
lieves that when antichrist appears
Mohammed Mohadi will awake and
conquer him. A Moorish legend de-
clares that Robadil el Chico sleeps
spellbound near the Alhambra and
that one day he will awake to re-es-
tablish the Moors as rulers of Grana-
da. The Servians look to King Lager,
slain by the Turks in 1389. as their
final hope. and should Switzerland be
again threatened by tyrants Swiss
folklore declares that the three mem-
bers of the Tell family who are sleep-
ing at Rutlli. near the Vierwald-
Staten-See, will rise from their en-
chanted slumber and maintain the
freedom of the laud.-London Chroni-
cle.


S opl Comurtshp.
When a Hopi maiden decides which
of the eligible young men of the tribe
she wishes to marry, she goes and sits
in his house and grinds corn until he
is sufficiently Impressed by her indus-
try to marry her.
After the ceremony, which is an
elaborate one, the couple go to live In
the wife's house. If she tires of her
husband, she can obtain a divorce by
merely throwing his saddle out of the
house. After marriage the house, fields
and all their property except the herds
belong to the wife.
The Hopis are indulgent parents.
The right of the children to do as
they please is never questioned.

How a Woman Gets a Seat.
"I will tell you how to work It," said
a woman, whose figure showed she
would be tired by standing, to a com-
panion in a Broadway car. "'When
there is no vacant sacut, watch for two
men who are in conversation and
stand right in front of them.
"Each one will want his friend to
think he is very polite, so both of them
will jump right up and offer their
seats. That's the way I do, and it nev-
er fails."-New York Herald.

Aa n eetlve Way.
"Tiey say." said the young drama-
tist, "*that I shall have to cut my play
down. but I really don't know where
to begin."
"Why not start at both ends." his
candid friend asked. "and work to-
ward the middle?"-Chicago Record-
Herald.
Oppoelte NeaNalnif.
"Cleave" is the best instance of an
English word with two opposite mean-
ings. "Nervous," "let" and "propugn"
are other instances.


A \\ S. A..1. M.lnltg nmi'ry. P'ixi',,. Wayne
('M.. M1 .., writ -.s: I hav. lit t l twin
girls. ivli, have liii n I>thlrdpl with
worms all their lives. I tried everything
to n'lie've them which fall until I used
White's C'nam Vermifuge; the first two


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HERBINE.


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PFupuui by JAMES U. &MLIARD.SL. LOW16 NO.


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ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
The Great Through Car Line from Florida-C- nuections:
The AtlantieCoast Line, via Charleston. Richmond
TO THE and Washington.
TOTHEE ast The Soutn lway, via Savannah, Columbia and
Washington.
The Southern By. via Jessup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
TO THE V Th Loauisville Nashville via Montgomery.
W es The Soutbern Ry. ia Savannab, Columbia, Ashville
The Mobile & OhioI. R. via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
TO THE New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
E a st* U Via Savannah and merchants and Miners Transpor
station company for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and steamers for New York, Baltimore
and Washington.
To Key West and Havana,*via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company.
To Nova Scotia, CapeBreton mad Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada,
Atlantic and Plant Steamsip Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlottestown.
Summer Tourist Tickets
Will be on sale until Sept. 90, to the principal resorts throughout the country.
limited to return Oct. 31. Write the undersigned, *and state where you wish to
go, and proper information will be givm.
Something New
Summer excursion rate to Washington. D. C., from Daytona $44.30, with 15 day
transit limit in each direction, tickets limited to Oct. 31, 1902. Interchangeable
mileage tiekete good over 13,000 miles of among the principal railways in the
southern states, are on sale by the principal agents.
For complete information call on W. F. JIBB, ticket agent, or address
F. M. JOLLY. Division Passenger Agent, 138 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida,
T. M. EMERMON, H E.M. MMER0N. W.J. CRAIG,
Traffic Manager Aist. Tralc Manager (Gen. Pas. Agt.
Wilmington, N. C.


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NOTICE
Do you use Whiskey for medicinal or other purpoes?T %If, a
for prices and descriptive matter.
The Riverside Distilling Cnx31jin1x4,
Manufacturer of High Grade Old Fashiond
North Carolina Hand Made Whskq..
Also Peach and Apple BrandiMs.
our "Good Enough" Corn Tryor DI~e
cy at $1.10 per gallon. a PLm si g
We are situated in the heart of the mountain section were tMhe Vrs of
a made, and lman spply you with agirade of goods, tae q ..uallt ow to -
We have sberior fa tles for supply ng our customers with gra
notice, la we positively guarantee every drop of whiskey that -o4 -
We promi prompt shipment, and express rate that will Inteoe OYG a* M
We guarantee absolute satisfaction I every particular. Aug' lyr


We refer you by permission to First National Bank, Statesville, N. C., E,
aelle, C.. or Bradtret' Dretory.


m MALLORY,

LINES


i Through tickets to New York, PhMladldwb
New Haven, New London, Stoninlgt,
Providence, Fall River, Bostom and
ALL NORTHERN POINTS
at rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Three steao
trains every Thursday, leaving Jacksonville as follows:
Via the Sea Islands.....................10:10 a.m. (Metropolitan Limited.)
Via Plant system ........ 3:15 p.m.
Via Seaboard Air Line................... 7:40 p.m. (Fast Mail.)
PaOssengrs leave Daytona 5:29 am and
3:22 pm, making close connections.
For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservations, tickets, etc., addlmw
A ITTJ DI 7 A....4 220 West Bay 8taust,
A* W X el rJ Jacksonville, Florida.
0 Geo. It. (lark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fla.



NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS 3i


CAPITAL CITY ROUTE


The Shortest Route.


The Best Line.


Double Daily Service, Including Sundays to
SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND,
*ASHING')'ON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK
ith THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPERS. It is the Only Line Operating
daily Through Pullman Car Service between Jacksonville and NewOrleans.


or further information write to
A. 0. MAcDONELL, Aest. Gen. Pas. Agent, Jacksonville, Florida


U U0000 06009009000909 -90


I had been troubled a7year, off and on, with constipation, bil-
iousnesw and sick headaches. Nothing seemed to do me any goNld.
One day a friend.asked me what the trouble was. When I told
him he recontmended 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
now and carry a package of them in my Iwocket.


One gives relict.


At druggists.
The Five-Cent packet is enough for an ordinary oct-anion.
The family bottle, 60 centm, contains a
supply for a year.



Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.
DIXIEE FLYER ROUTE"


No. 4


Stations


No. 3


7:50 pm Lv........... ............... ... Jacksonville................................... Ar 9:05 amt
11:05 pm Ar................... Vaidosta......................................lv 5:35 am
3:53 aim Ar....................................M aco ............................ ........ Lv 12:55 amn
7:23 am iAr........................................tlanta...................................... Lv 9:) pmin
1:oX pm Ar................. ............Chattanoo.ga........ ...................L... 300 pm
6:53 i pm Ar........................... ...... Nashville..................................... Lv 9:30 am
11:4 pm Ar........................... Martin............................... ....... Lv .:15 am
6:.52 ani Ar......................................St. l ouis.....................................L v 10:l15 J pm
I0:.,0 -n Ar .Chicago Lv 6:10 pm
2:30 ant Ar........ ................... ou-isville....-.............. Lv 30
7:26 ant Ar...................................... Cincinnati.................................... lv 11:15 pm
9:15 amn Ar .................... Chicago.....................................Lv 7:00 prn

No. 4- -Dixie Fiver-Carries Pullman Drawing Roomn tBuffett Sleeping Carp,
,ickmonville to St. Louis and Jacksonville to Chicago without 'hanie. making
direct connection at Nashville with sleeping cars for Louisville Cincinnati and
Chicago. Stops at all A. V. & W. stations.
Through coaches between Jacksonville and Macon.
Connections made at Jacksonville with all northbound trains of their Se board
Air Line and Florida East Coast Rys.
E. II. BARNES, lGen. Sup't. S. D. PICKETT, Gen. Pass. Agt.



ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD


To St. Louis and Chicago


I'ullnman I'Pahe Sleeping Carn from Jacksonville to St. Louis and to Chicago,,
leaving Jacksonville daily at 8 p. m., via the famous

T w Ta D --Dw+


Western & Atlantic Railroad.

route of the

"Chicao and FIo0da Limied" irain


and "Dixie Flyer" sleeping care


The "Chicaro and Florida Limited" is the quicker train from St. Auagedw
and Jacksonville to Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville and Chicago with Pulla 1
finest Observation and Drawingroom sleepers. dining cars, etc., through
change. The famous "Dixie Flyer" all the year round sleeper via Atlanta ai 1
Martin to St. Louis without change.
For information relative to rates. .schedule, ete., or for sleeper reservations, write

('. E. HARMAN. ten. Pass Agent. E. J. WALKER, FIla. Pas. Ape
Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla,
II. F. SMITH. Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tenn.


Tri- Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN 1
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK, -
Calling at Charklston. S. C., both way.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.

The Clyde New England and Southern Li
I)irect Servie. lBetween
JACKSONVILLE., DOrToN AND PROVIDENCE.
AND ALL6. EASTERN POINTS.
Calling at Charklton Bloth Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
SeMtbbound.. From Lewis' Wharf,o 20
Northbud .................. ......from foot Catherine street, JaktWill

CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
STOt)l'ING AT PALATKA. ASTOR. ST. FRANCIS. BERESFORI. (DsnLAXT
BLUE SPRINGS and lnt.ernmediat, e Landings on ST. JOHNS R11VEK.
STEAM.1ER LOUISE,"
IAPT '.C. II. BROCK
IS APPrINTKn TO SAIl. As FOt.LOWS:
Iave Foot ('atherine Street..lJ&-ksmonville......Tiesdalvsand ISaturdavs at 5:00 pAi
leave Sanford............... ............................. Mo days and Thursdays at 5:00 M.

General Passenger and Ticket office,


204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.


A.-C. HAGERTY, Eamt~n Pasm. Agt., F. M A 110SMONGER. JR.. Amit.Gemn. Pa" AfL ,


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