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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
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: September 6, 1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Volume ID: VID00452
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TION GARDEN R I AL M ST TOLL
M N D7EM bor when Autumn's leave
Are rneJin In Ssptember's breese, I
Sh you to knOW that we are looking Appoer brow should bied,
your necessities and interests and "Twi eume diseasse of the mind.
n need of seeds or tools, come and WWoweat brad at theGram-
the truth of the statement. B whetbrd Saturday. r
the good wife and babies with you-- ,.. J. B. Sandborn is visiting with
e something to show them. er h.bs.ad at D


SON (1i WALL COMPANY


W. IR. EDMONDSON, Mam"gu.


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LtUTTUIISEu.

, wile of Henry T. Titasof
i ed at the mildeAme of her
g.L F. S. Shad in Jackoavile
iay, after a loag and pai l
Th deceased was born Jaue 12,


she married Henry T. Titus,
her, besides one chld a
S her sister Mrs. F. 8. Shad, and

great suaber for several years
h bore hbr altioa with a
and resignation that wa rte-
and almost Jatil the Ast
her face, wrenthed la mines
aeweet and lovablenatuoread
the Coadence of a sarenseof



Barry from the C(bekh of the
Coaneeptiom at Jacksonville
The interment was in Ever.


youweedapalrof pants? See
a "mith & Soa's.

t hERT EXIT.

Sharp ad H. F. Stewart
art exhibit ad Wreception at

peapsnd asoa temporry studio
with Aower and vines in

peebens exhibited were very a
Indeed. Oae large ocema
SSharp elicted muac praisen

h subjects were ex edily well
I ad had the added intewmt of be-
of familiar sees in Dayto
agertsy places.
SSharp and Stewart and
b Jalia inagston served tea and
Wi waler to the guest,.
sug those present were noticed
ames Thompson. G. F. Smith, Ar-
SHarroun. Burdick. Bingham. Fin-
hmartle, Dr. Prosh, Miss Beekman,
th Brush; Meessrs. Hawk. Robt.
l an Dr. Van Vl#aJ.
Iae express themselves well
Swith the reception and the ex-
1 rand were unstinted in their ad-
loea and praise of the paintings.


SMIT HIU ITEMS.

kL Mecoy is in DeLand spending a

lliauu frotfem. Orlando wat calling
ds hre on Wednesday.
IRev. and MUr. Arnold were
his parishioners and chris-
of the most juvenile member.
r eomsmunity.
Hilda Mann, accompanied by her
ta to take charge o Monday of
at Turnbull ray. Mis J. L.
bi Wet to DeLand for her examine

and Mrs. Coates from Satsuma
were here spending a kew days
so pleased with' the natural
and attractions of Holly Hill.
Before long to come and make
amoungt us.

iyou have trouble with shoes
of"Star" brand from Smith


Mrs. S. Carter has bee quite sick
but It improving.
Mrs. Wilamsm vwited Mrs. Jamden
Sunday and Monday.
Miss Minaie Jadet Is visiting Miss
Be Williamoa this week.
iM. W. A. Myres was very i last
week but is aIe to be oat agaia.
A number of tourits from Goodall
were in attoance at M. E. church,
moath, Sunday.
Tole Hayees, who is at work with
Mr. Balough's well crew returned to
sped Sunday at bome.
We were worry to klo or neighbors,
Mr. and Mrs. Rohlito who returned to
Seville last week because of Mrs. Rollis-
ton's health.
Mr. David Kamlk has returned from
Dei-ad where he has been doingcarpen-
ter work. His daughter, who has been
ill with lever is convaleseing.
Impromments are yet going on to
Kingston. This time Mr. W. Medton is
building a new bose. Mr. Knight has
thecontract. Let the good work con-
tlnae.


PORT IM GE ITEMS.

Mrs. Alex Pievatt of Spruce Creok is
visiting her sister Mr. Bailey.
Ridgewood avenue has been partly
cleared up and tile culverts put in.
Miss Naomi Fosawrd, who has been
visiting her relatives here, returned to
her home in Jacksonville last Sunday
morning.
There was a very pleasant danee at
Ridgewood Hall Friday evening which
all enjoyed notwithstanding that it wau
a warm evening. I
There have been a good many com-
mercial travelers here lately, among
them were Messrs. McRae,41. R. Piter/
Christian Pper's mamn Catheart, of Ar4
mour t Co., and Mr. Porter.
A good many of our citizens took ad-
vantage of thw excursion Saturday and-
Sunday to visit St. Augustine and Jack
sonvile. Capt. C. Foxazrd, Rolls" 4ah
son. Taylor lseDaniel, Mrs. hlIpont az
Miss Jessie and Miss Emma Johnson,
Mrs. Case and lOon were a few of them.
Rev. Wetherford informed us that his
brother arrived Fri4kv from Europe
where he has beef traveling for a long
time. The two oldest building in the
village were taken down last week, one
was a small cottage on the river shore
near the hotel and the other was an old
house on Col. Rou's late purchase.


All who registered in the primary elec-
tiko should remember they must be le-
gally registered in the county registra-
tion books to he qualified to vote in No-
vember.

A meeting of the members of the news
band was held at Moore Bros.' stout
Wednesday evening. About twenty pea
sons have signified a desire to play, anl
the leaders of the enterprise are con
dent that the band will be a success '
The instruments will be purchased by
Mr. Moore while he is in New York.
Prof. A. W. Fielder will be the instructor,
but not the leader, as erroneously re-
ported.


DUR MEASURES ARE RIGHT.



eyar neth toomuch nor too litt


We give you just what you

pay for, and give you quality

with everythi Not a bit of

Srisk in dealing bere, for we

give you the very best for your


mroley. 4 4a44S


ary VaaDorm was up to Jackson-
vlle on bmlass the fret of the week.
i Milannie English, of Birmingham,
Alama, is assisting at the Granding
Bakery.
IL.You ca get hot cofle and lunches
of various kinds at all hours at Mills'
Quick Lunch.
The Gasette-News wants several loads
of Aem wood on subcHption. Bring it
along anytime.
Mrs. J. II. Carmichael and two children
visited with friends at Jacksonville Sun-
day and Monday.
Wi'Fsh bread every morning at the
Gramling Bakery. "It's the kind
mother used to make."
Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Wall and children
expect to return to Daytona about the
25th of the present month.
8. H. Gove went down to New 8myrna
ist Sunday on the afternoon train, re-
turning the next morning.
W. N. Sheats, Jr., son of the State
Superlmtendent, was in Daytona from
last Saturday until Monday.
Commissioner T. L. Rodgers went to
DeLand Monday to attend the Septem-
ber meeting of thecounty commissioners.
Bey. C. M. Bingham attended the meet-
ing of the Congregational Society, at
New Smyrna, Wednesday and Thursday.
J. L. Odum, the meat dealer, has taken
out the partition in his building, so that
his market is now double its former sise.


Wm. Roger and family have left Dart-
ford, Wisconsin, and are now in Chicago.
They expect to return to Daytona about
the 25th inst.
Major and Mrs. C. M. Bingham re-
turned last Saturday evening from their
brief wedding journey and are now at
home to their friends.
Im.Jt's about time to think of having
your house fixed up. Kont & Gwinnen
are artists in painting and p[laper-hang-
ing-better consult them.
For Sale-A safe family horse very
reasonable; also a runablnit or jump
seat surry. Inquire of H. L. Kocher-
sperger, Breakers Livery, Sealbrrez-.
W. G. Hobbs left Thursday of last week
for Boston. From there he will lo to
his old home on Primnce ward's Island.
w-hich he ha not visited for 20 years.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Me F. Porter and
children and Mrs. 0. 8. Porter arrival
home Thursday of last week from an
extended visit with friends in the North.


E. J. Mills, the proprietorof Daytona's
popular Delmonico, went to Jackson-
ville Sunday morning, returning Monday
evening. His brother, Erie. nacompaniel
him.

The Gasette-News wants a corrne-ison-
dent at every town and commulninity
where it has none. What it wants is the
news and it will appreciat. contributions
from its friends.
Rev. and Mrs. Butler, of riondii, pas-
sed through here Wednesday on tlieir
way to New Hniyrna, where they at-
tended the meeting of the Congregational
Society of Florida.
Jamew Carnell, the famous guava jelld
manufacturer of Ormond, has t en at
Miami thepast few weeks buy ing guavas.
It is said that he purchased alnaimt the
entire crop of that section.
W. M. Moore departed Thursday for
St. Louis. New York. Baltinio-re and
Boston. Mr. Moore expects to be away
about a month, and during his absene'
the store will be in charge of T. F.
Whitten.
Geo. F. Smith returned Monday front
his trip to California, Nevada and other
western states. He states that ie had
a very pleasant journey but that Florida
excels them all as to climate and health-
fulnees. Mr. Smith reports that the
thermometer goes as high its 12a 0 in the
shade out there.
W(lGo to Hendrlcks' for lioys' hats
Mad caps.
Now in the time to clean utip and to put
things in apple-pie order. The gay and
Jestive tourist will moon be with us and
we want to greet him with a clean face
and a laundried shirt. says the Sanford
Chronicle. Get after that back yard.
Clean it up. And, while you are at it,
take a whack at the front yard and the
weeds on the sidewalk.
WI A good line of ginghams and per-
cales for school dresses at Hendricks'.


Sam Corngold and Ed lkeBushman had
an altercation at the railroad station
over a suit of clothes last Sunday and as
a result Sam is nursing a marked face.
DeBushman was arrested Monday and
taken before Juntite Williams' Court,


One bid has been reived for a new
postofice.
eC. H. Plleier was a Jacksonville visi-
tor the rst ofe week.
SHarry Wnra he jeler, was at Jack-
sonville Sunday and Monday.


Monday was observed as a holiday by
the bank. It was Labor Day. .
'ESeen the hand bills of Smith &
Son's sale, men's suite and stationery?
Adam Schants' farm west of the city
is in a very prosperous lookingeondition.
I0'Delicious home made candy at the
Oramling Bakery. Better try some of it.
Mrs. C. A Myres. who has been ill for
the past -couple of weeks, is now con-
valescent.
aI.You get your money's worth when
you buy a Silver or Gold shirt from
Smith & Son.
Win. Schantz, who has been here all
summer assisting his father, left Monday
afternoon for Dayton, Ohio.


Miss Ollie Erickson took advantage of
the excursion rates to visit Jacksonville
friends last Sunday and Monday.
Gove & Strother's dredge is at work
dredging out a place where a pair of
ways will be erected by J. C. Pettepher.
(Rev. J. P. Graham will spend the
ing winter in the Louisville Baptist
emi.a.ry, further pursuing his college
_ueation.
lW. H. Peters is erewting a nIilding on
is lot mouth of Gille's drugstore, which


Cupid never bothers about the results.
Don't let your charity cover too many
gains.
Hotel men predict a big season the
coming winter.
F. A. White came up from Jensen this
week to visit with his family.
Messrs. Earle & Colee received a car-
load of wood by rail'Monday,
Win. Wicking is busy now-days look-
ing after the installation of the ice fac-
tory at Jenasen.
Mr. and Mrs. Thad McCollum visited
with friends and relatives at Clifton this
week.
Mr. and MUr. Claude B. Hepton are re-
joicing over the arrival of a new baby
daughter.
It.Buy your shoes for the family at
Hendricks'. New stocks at popular
prices just received.


J. L. Lynch departed last Saturday
for Philadelphia, where he expects to
visit until December.
Mism Lwuie Haecker. one of the popu-
lar school teacher, returned Monday
from her summer vacation.
Mrs. Win. Watson very pleasantly en-
tertained the Ladies' Circle at her home
Friday afternoon of last week.


a i"


4oore


This space will contain some very

inter testing reading next week.


Mrs. D. F. Morrison, who has iwen
spending a week'or so with her husband.


-turned to Barberville Friday.
Foreman Keeler nnd a gang are- r-
;i A 1. A -*-. f .


will ntlin thII e depo[. itrinl shea, lilnce4,
will be occupied by theo MacKenzie. as a 'i i *.
u .et'.. of tlM. E. C. Railway at this sta-
curio store. tiou.


Mr. and Mrs. C. H. llin-hwood went to
Jacksonville Sunday morning to visit
with friends. They returned hoew Mon-
day evening.
I 'Don't fail to read Henalricks' "and"
in the Journal this week. You can save
money by taking advantage of tlw bar-
gains offered.


Mrs. W. H. Edmondson was at New
Smyrna Wednesday and Thursday at-
tending a special meeting of the Congre-
gational Society of Florida.

who have been nojourning on tlihe beach
for the past six weeks, returned to their
lonme in DeLand last Sunday.
A. C'. Bahrnett. who ihaN been traveling
in time intereNts of thIe Siencer Medicine
company for the last couple af nioutlis4
was home for a few days this week. I
S. II. (ove is remodeling Mrs. Robin-.
smon' home on Volusia avenue. He in-
firruins usI that he is also timaking plains
for a beautiful residence- to It' built en-
tirely of -ooluina rock.
TIw John B. Stetson Iniversity at
IlkLamnd will olwen (ctoler 1st, with a
larg-r eirollinment pupils than it has be-
fore. There anr quite a niniiiiwr of new
teachers, some of whom will enter into
their duties in the school of technology.
which is rapidly nearing completion and
will le ready for the ioplening, Octoller
Int.
Mrs. Margaret .1. Plant, widow of the
late Henry II. 'lanit the railroad nimg-
tini- andi great friS-nl. i of Florilia, has rn--
cently mailde a hands, illnation for th"i
e-stalblishklint aifa hIi* in the I 'rslviterain I
New Yoirk atal lluidsoin Strt-t I.lospit:ils
in the citvy of New York. The insis are toc
Ili usail foer thl uniforlmenl nieini-rs in
active isrvice o1 if the tire de-partrun1-iiit of
New York city. Mrs. I'hlait ihas a latrg
niunler oif lrrs nal friend in .liu-ksoii vil-
and tlroulghiout Florila whio are ailway-s
pliaw-ld to learn of hher univw a es of kind-l
neas and g-niierosity.
(An officiall of the Indain officesays that
ie will notl again -riticise lloe-ry M. Flag-
Ier. who is thlie iowir of inmre- things in
Florida thina any Iotlir man. MIr.
Flagler is at lthe head cf s i-v-ral irailrotdl
conpailiis, aild onei f liisstanlinig r lder
is that no Indians shall pay fare on ani
of his roads. There are ailbout i( Ml 4s-m-
iniole Indlians in Florida. and thliy live.
along the Flagler railroadis. Thle whole
territory on which they reside was onil(ce
the lprole-rt y aof these Indians and it is
waid Mr. Fnlagler does notl I lieve they
havelween tr-atedby thnewhite-s wh% li ap-
propriateal their lands to theniswives a.l-
together iii spirit of fairness. At any riat
tli ordler referred to will retomeillnilse
them in somei little degre-.


IMr. W. F. Jibb and daughter. Bessie,
leave Tuesday for Barberville, where
they will visit with friends for a couple
of weeks.
IilDon't spoil your films by trying to
develole during this warm weather.
Take them tio Harrim. l'eck Blohkck
I'hone 91l.
1Thie Rev. ('. W. Arnold left for Higih-
lands, N. C.. on Mlouday for a va-ation.
iSt. Mary's church will be cloned until
hle lst Sunday in October.
Mrs. Cham. H. Stewart and children,
who have been spending the sunimier
with Mr. and Mrs. C'. Nash. returned to
tlwir home at Mellbourne last week.
All tihe business of the Western Union
telegraph office has been transferred to
the down town office, which is in charge
f Mrs. H. C. Whitney. of Jacksonville.
iHenry Schmiidt went to JaA-kionville
Thursday morning and returmnel last
evening. Mrs. Schmiidt, whlo l iM hleen
visiting friends in that city. returned
with himi
The work of remnarling Volusia ave-
nue lhas bIer, ciomnileteal iandl it is now in
such shiale that it will give a stranger
entering the city ia favorable imliprmi ,n
of our streets.
Mrs. ,Lydie Bahiington and her
mother. Mrs. P'arkinson, returned last
Satilray night from Highlands, N. C.
Mrs. Ilabington will teachl in thle Day-
tonla ,siio IIl the comlinir year.
I Willis .llohnisoi ihasl IH-en transfefrreal
to I'alhni oleichi where lie I h ols Ithe jimi-
Iilolin lf iight olkeraitor. WVin. .Ionei. of
OI atk li ll.ian taken hin place its la irag'e-
Imiiln at the t ieytoitl lstati in.
tiniighni & Tihompsn inform uis that
they are reviving more inquiries than
ever ltfoire for information regardiaia
lihe renting of hoteIn andl iottag'es in
D);a.ytona. foir thie ucominig se-as in.
y Loiluis Aller., one of Daytona'm IN-st
known winter visitors. arrived from ihis
lio11me in lA niiville. KV.. Momlay vafter-
noon. Mr. .\Iler inconilte|liatingt erecting
thr l tie ettages ail Isis priol|-rt.y iol.is ite.
the hotel IesIl'hinal.
IRev. L. S. RadIer. l1. I).. will iar wih at
l-'irt Methol list tlpiwci il hi 'hurli to-
morripiw moriiing at 11 (c-lh.k. the
Holy ('aoiiuinieiiin followiiigh tIe sermoiii.
Tihe qpiilrterly eoiifrelice meetits at S.-a-
IlhIaee. c4hurchi tioniiglit at :3'14i< a 1"-hk.
There ar, three iniurle.r trials ila-kete'l
fair tihe fall term of the ('ircuit Couirt
at Il N-aili. which meets in Niovemnlr.


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MOONSHINERS AT LAKE NELEN.1 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

Perhalm the first illicit distillery ever The board of county commiinioners
apprehended in Volusia county was cap- met pursuant to adjournment Monday.
turned Monday by Sheriff Turner at Lake Present T. L. Rodgers, chairman LB D.
Helen,. and tle operator, a Negro named Brooke, T. J. Murry, W. H. MeB'ride and
Jin l'Peoples is now in jail waiting trial S. D. Jordan, clerk.
by tihe criminal court. The following road and bridge reports
Fro m tlw evidence adduced at the pre- were then submitted:
liminary hearing before Judge McCrory District No. 1. Progress on Enterprise
Monday italliears that the still has been and Orange City roads.
in operation for a considerable time, District No. 3. Work completed on
and that a thriving iusine s was carried Dark Entry road and progresB on Seville
on among the Negro's employed at the shell road.
tur|ientine animps. District No. 4. One half mile shell laid
Peoples' apparatus was erutle and uni- on Daytona and Ormond road and re-
ilue in 1tiio .extreme. but he.i succeieded in pairs on To oka road.
turning out a produi.t that wilt "'make District No. .. Progress on New
drunk coine" all right. and turned it out Smyrna and iDeLand road.
in considerable quantities. too. On motion the notary bond of Bert
TIhe still eonsistedlof afvegnllon jacket Fish was approved also rifle"and r#-
oil .cal with the wooden jacket removed. volver bonds of F. A. Jiredoi', f.'"E.
At thin tolp of tiherian a hole was punched llnl'ow 0O. F. Barber and II. B.ltSaw.
inl tile till :iiid n this hole an ordinary On motion)t the pefititien of iti of
hillf inlh pipe was insertedl. The joint Lake Illehni asking for' khell 'rid from
was inadl. tight by a ,douib of lay. This liake Helen to DeLand wan referred to
pi;le a nswere-d thl- puiri-ip mof a twornm" g 'oniilisshioiPers Bond and Broowe.
a1nd frUn tlhe ,an Isz1ed through a T lwet-imiinal court coit bills- woeex-
trough of water at the end of the pilpe Miine1l and approved for $292.04), and
lint 1l.1 t he vessel into which thedistilled clerk instrtiUted tu issue warranted there.
spirits lwim fol'. :
I'eopil,-s ilmnl l,'his '- maiis" ont of any Tihe cilaim of CIveland Willinusm.and
,dI tliiiir. Thle prin'ipilal material u-sed i. I;me. S mnithI for rebate of line was ta-
wais I'aig'.i .r,,inil feed. Ife woildol Ili iI.
<1,:tsi s\\eat p, ot.atitos. i ut I'erunia \Vls- his opiwlning lDaytona and Ormnond road as
stanllaild y. uldvertised was ordlhrnid filed andi action
In iadlitio ilo I l he still a winery was defern.ed to (h-tol-,r iiaii ling.
(ilieral-.ail. Thliis winle wis miade' hi.flVy 'Thie o(ljectilon olif A1! i. MStark to opening
froi tli.* wild hog plliln. and niolasses, road through lie- liml. as ihadlvertied
Tli prodinvo f th listill and thie wilne vats was ordered til.-I aid i n mladeferrerd.
mist I. pretty firne stu tiff ti drink, but ,J. W. Perkins iilnd li.t Fish wee, an-
thlir ii r iiollinslollas to the alcohol thorize to a t for tlihe colity in the
colitntilin'l in tlli- niit lre-. A pie-e. of suit i f af.la ies Smi ith vs. Volnlia irountl,
lialper diropi.dl hit iha. alistilled arti-le. they agreeing to a.nii! -t ll-e suit for tlht
Slie~on lti-i-d I.y a matili tiaslied up lsulli Iof $2. like 1riin IpowdI.r. l.iiiningi off the- liiulid The treasurer tlhn lip ssnted him re-
aal l.Iavllil t lpillii-r intat. Iimrt for Augusti. % lhilih was examibned
TIn'l S.ihriff di.isovireil five Ibarrls aindl i ald ailpproveal a:id p:iid warrants de-
alolilt t wventy j*ii.gs partly tilled wit I tia. stroy1e-lyl.
distilled liillor and the soiall.d wine. Thie riiport s ltishi.w I ,.iiialies t-, revdit
hliputiy ysliir-T lEdwards drove over to of i various flnids as fI llowus:
.ake II-le-n Wedlnesday mrniiing and Ge neril revenues f'ind................. ;:1: 41
biroumi lit t1lihstiff to Delmand to Ix. lihil IRoad and bridge fuinti............... 119.72
siillji. t I l it order of court. p'eopih.ls Fine and forfeiture imind........... 2265.72
Wviis.iiiiiuiittedtojailindefaultifaiti:$0N) The iniscellaneios lills against the
I.HI|l ,tiawaiit trialy thiecrilninal coirt. county were then examined and ap-
proved, and the board adjourned.


Tlere is a possibility that a1notlit'r -OUR C IAL EDITIN.
a. lie,,,i,,u,,,,,,,,. OUR SPECIAL EDITION
mini acuiseI of imuirder from Lake Ashlby
will I.e apiilprehn nded. wiinil, will iimaike,
f IIerlr.-. 1 a Ivnow at work gatlwring data
Sfor tlie SIa-rial Traet Edititon of tlhe (iGa-
Thie shimorn Quiiick Print shop has just a-t le-News. \which will I issued in tlhe
lpiilalishied a booklet entitle al "I *;it i >n;i a,.relse e 1i ii m\ a ain l this.
Ip To lDate, containingg 410 pages. al.) T'Iie. edition will I- printed ulion tle
is a good exposition of tithie tw"a tiis of. i ..t t 1,f lw.-i:ih-d pail im.-r. It will contain
I):vtiyonaT. There a ) .'0) half-tone viie i S oi a llmih-la history ofa llaytolina in twi
Sof th town iian vicinity. The. llool k is pait. *i-ta ir of Ilytolia ias it is today,
iita-aly printed on enamel-lld paier, alil bri.-f i-ilictioin fior is future. II-
.Ariling the advertisers are a number of istatlioie of all the prominent places
tlw leadingttrmns of the cit.. Yoluslihoull ani |,iiilins will .o. slihown.
se-ndl all your friends one. l'ricelOlcents. (ln- ,a ), pr ina ipal l feattiiu--s of tl.e
e ia tte-.New d ire. to call te lit ill its eIt ill
attention of all p-rson who have l-coe n i iiiil Iiarahie-s cf e ,vry p iiietit
residents of this coitv since e la st s Illi- tioinal ual this
f thi s n s l viai-uit v. is we-l as t heir jsrt raits No
geniiral eletion. as well as tliose., whwe iv .hlit,. il: itellr itil made fr r its. No
h a -e l .beco m e (i f a hint i age a lishiur tim, leio.igrajhie-s. Our revenue
the fta-t that tlwev must rei-xster i illI h. I ,a- slv om r the select. ie

,a,.oea to s.e entitled to vote in tlie. .-o:m I i l"
ing Novembner election. Some whi reg-' lF' 7o.00 I it' iI 'illi it1 and
th, \ 1ill lIe ,r.-,uhnted t, every part of
istere-d for tie prinarv election seem tIo i,. .ill ry
Ibe under the impression that suchi r,-gis- ih- lan1. adthuils iakimig it ithe greatest ild-
. .. t. .1. vertisa.mii.1i-i t i hat could l e give ni thie


VERY PLEASANT INDEED.

('Conipany K, of their Florida State
troolw tenderedl Major lIinghalm and hif
charniing bride a ren-eption at tle Ar-
mo ry Tuesdlay evening.
Thie building was tastefully decorated
Theli newly wedded pair le41 tlihe grand
march. ait the- lo is- of which they re-
eived li the mngratiiltioins (if their
friends, about 1.501 of %% hoin were preis-
ent.
DIklicious ice cream- amid eake wenr
served, after vi hiich ,veryvlolody had ,rj
cil> lrtillnitVil t trip llm light fantastic to
tlih- straills of uiia tfurnishe4d by the
ilainii sville i .)r ie-ta. tlhie ervike of
whiah colonel '-)st. with his usual gen.
oi sit. eaigxasted allli paid for. ;-
The, li.vys f ctloCimliany K. are to be
cmigratulitedl uponi the brilliancy of
tsm affair.

i(eneral MianaKgr Iieo. F. Miles, of the
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"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. A. Soule,
Billings, Mont.

There is this peculiar
thing about Ayer's Hair
Vigor-it is a hair fobd,
not a dye. Your hair does
not suddenly turn black,
look dead and lifeless.
But graduallythe old color
comes back,-all the rich,
dark color it used to have.
The hair stops falling, too.
$1. a sill. All drIgo.


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-aL MALLOWY.
to o on ma abo" d h*HCL
OBUT UW. DAVIS

For Comptroller:
A. C. CROOM.
For boesltary of State:
H. CLAT CRAWFORD.
For Jd&of the uaprm Court:
W. A. HOCKELR
war Bamromd Cmissiomner:
xt HUDmON BUmR
JEFFBIMON R. BROWN.

V@WMsaA COnTT*.
For bes 8sm&U:
FLANK W. SAM

CARULB I. SMITH.
1OKAS J. PARKEMAN.
For -0 Twrmmmr-
J. J. VINIANT.
fro -o trTax Cohtor.
D. PKBIS BMITH.
For Comy Ammor.
SAMUiEL5. WILSON.
Fi aMd af PbHe I:Mtiou:
J.L CHANDLER
L. CAU"EY
I. F. KNAPPE.

R. D. lBOOKE
FRANK E. BOND
W. H. MCBRIDE
T. L. Bmo
T. J. MULRRAY.


Uhe on. Je rwanm B. Browse carried
em7sontisthe Statm buto a inthe
lebd -immu mras.
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1- 0Comwn convicts am now at
wemk m troe& between DediL d and
(Om W OCy. Working the convicts on
h m b the most proetabls way of
P .than

TheHi spring Hornet contains the
lwaing "wme for disqpoing of your
nhh8as eksm whn they trems
a 7oyWam garden: "A lady subscriber
a, up pon uas this week to inquire what
was" we do f o oursig*bor' chicken
spen tMfr waking hours in sratching
spegardms amd paWreug spum our

Ownbake the, bhutfried chicken hM
emear b hold The article of poul-
ty. that ammy beake over the fence at
S I of the Mar wm he better if
boSed dzhoM a"dthen put through

b8ami is a solution of nitric acid
SMMS mmh them morechewable.
m a fbw wWk, when the small fry
GmWEN=" gtde wale, gsam the
emt with plety o1 fh larud.

Ws W M a Ves Are Tdt
bayou so t4rove's Taelem Chill
To bmnde the formuak is plainly
amd every bottle showing that it
bi my nb and qulinae in tmtelse
ma. No Cots, No Pay. S5c.

TIDi TAB Le.
Week tia gSept. 7,1902


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Registration Notice.
The a 'IaW books lor DiNtrit No.
wE begn Mondaoys an Saturdays
Sllt.1, 190 tnlOftober 11, It0S,
at the a of 8 to 12 a. m., ad 1 to 5
V..ft ,the Cty Had.
HNm-r banawr,
D epmy gMlEratiSM OmMer.

Ji os Wenher, of Lqootee, Ind.,
b Ia pr ae, but he s a he wued not
eb NoS C-mibwala' tPal Bias IN
bt~c a dWomi a bottle, for it roved
htm bi aa cripple. No external
b aeqa to ti immmut for
*-- wallsn johtse, contracted ma-
igprim a*. It has also cnrd
**q su0a 1 pd il pauslya. It

Ih o pineapple on has bee alto-
-ir sw mesictory, DespOt the
hum Aimam ea1ly i the s aoa
thu t ofa d anud thatmS250,00
m Wmthippedo f which thesec.-
bI 's @sib bandled 75,000. Fuly
g- g eems weeasold by tmhe associa-
-adMppuua4 o bum in the field. A
W ist*lr of ayesW wew is the
AMMI ml md a much lamer ser-


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A Me' c-e for

Old People.
It .C.Ge.OMM Gay. GeNmwicK. is
Imm' Y.me et be ss: "I
m 2 health for a man
!F eJro. Mire Nerne.

Y 9a toanof my old oMe"
M IdWMW Dwr. ite Mr. Geoe
--m a=odle-mfrema, --- -
Nle bi basd&H Have spent




Nervine
d me befrom the imsane asy-
i MA.. i. Hedter, of Jerico
/W af "1 was so mnerv-
wy CaI my.
9==Qf= Orne, aeman,


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A bw weeks seece on our trip over the
lMC Ca" O Florida we speat a day or


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Anal.Nl..
She-After all, vhlit is the difference
between illusion m;snl del vision?
lie-Illusiosn is t!.e I.,.ly fancles wei
have tiout o'rs.l ,~'s. ;iand delusion It
the foolish fialcis otiier people have
about themselves.-l.ifc.

The Hungry Sej.
"Why do they speak of It us a hun-
gry se.n "'
"It t:ik< s tio liwier right out of a
person's inmoth '-Towni and Country.


The Wife.
"Suppose I were an absolutely per-
fect woman." she remarked sharply.
"Do you know what you'd do then?"
"No," answered her husband.
"What?,
"You'd growl because you bad noth-
ing to growl about."-Chicago Post.


I IfllifflIII11.ee-slifli aasuuII


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One-Cent-a-Word.
A5 S"Ud.'rt hip endar ati uniform rltn -
5 eNE^'ENT' A WaI>tl. Noad. ac- S
Sc-pteld for Iess than 15 e.ealts. initials s
- count 1thilk'sane, as worad-.
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FI'RNImH IKHD RO, bMH TO LET-Two nice
double furnished rMoois on Bech street for
rent. Inquire of Mrs. J. A. Douglass. -4rtf


extremities, which inate delicay forbids
mie to mention." Tie clerk, whose name
we withhold, thought a nmomnent and
then showed her a complete line of gar-
ters.


A ('ERTAIN CURIE FOK 1)DVrKNTEKY AND
IMARRHOEA.
"Some years ago I was one of a party
that intended making a long bicycle trip,"
taym F. L. Taylor, of New Albany, Brad-
foid County, Pa. "1 was taken suddenly
with diarrhoea, and was about to give
up the trip, when editor Ward of the
lAceyville Me~senger. suggested that 1
take a dose of Chamberlain'a Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I pur-
chased a bottle and took two domes, one
before starting and one on the route. I
made the trip uccesufully and never felt
any ill effect. Again last summer I was
almost completely run down with an
attack of dysentery. I bought a bottle
of this same remedy and this time one
dose cured me." Sold by all druggists.


No matter where a city is located and
regardless of the finM country which may
surround it or the healthfulness of its
climate, it will never take that forward
stride of prosperity for which every- place
in the South is now struggling without
a flw citizens tilled with public spirit,
and ready todevote at least part of their
time. moner and brains to the welfare
of the place. A few public spirited citi-
zewn can regardless of other inhabitants,
do a great deal for their town or city but


( Imtive rMi0. EQ-M i-


A GREAT RAILWAY.


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Of Florlds mme*oe once said: "I get
Sthd of the woods o everlatingly
pm never&bttdofowand ice to re-
-he t mosotony." Yet,inthelands of
mow and Ice, bare trees aud frostbitten
m mad n ger, how often there are
e tumied longingly towards this
verl stingly green?
Comes Tuankagiving, Christmas, New
ear's, Easter, feast and bolydays,
veddiag, analverrie-days whkch
ame ugardle of mow and ke-and
gwriy the "eredastingly green" things
m longd for ad sought after, in order
Iat the church, the home and the .festal
oard may be enlivened by something to
sake oneforget thesnow and iceoutside.
It is the Florida woods that sends out
uech of this good cheer needed, and
whichh the cold, vigorous climate denies
> nature in other states. Cedars, hollys
ad mistletoes wend their way north by
road. at Christmas times; mosses and
rinlag plants wreath the memorial
ys; waving palms speak in northern
unrebes of the triumphal entrance into,
rmsalem, whilst the lillies, orchids and
rue proclaim, "He is risen!" on Easter
ay. For every festal occasion, let it
cur at which every season of the year
will, Florida stands ready to furnish
* nsmary evergreens; and in such c
rietesof hue and form as the most f
alcal or blase could not, consistently,
Il monotonous.
Yfe, the woods of Florida are ever-
stingy green; but the greens are of
say shades, and are ever relieved by
Sinatersperslng of flowers of varied I
ad brilliant hum.
rhe Virginia Creeper which almost
Loses that one-time lord of the forest, t
earful to allow here and there a bit of I
w blending gray bark to show through;
d, for Mome reason, part of its own @
waves turn red or yellow at times as the c
d sways them. See! now it twines c
Sof its biggest tendrils among those M
g sprays of Spanish moms; from there
roes on to that giant oak and mingles n
ith the flaring trumpet-vine whkih is
maing riot among the huge branches.
lad right under the oak stands, as
sentinel, the cluster of Spanish Bayo-
a, everlastingly green, but topped
th that great bunch of white waxy. ,
l-sharpened flowers, which, later will v
1i term into the dark' rich-looking fruit t
aieh will make the uninitiated eagerly t
wtch out their hand- in anticipation c
Street. A step or to further, and there f]
madsthe tall branchless palmetto. It J
nm to have gone towards the sky so
Before putting out those broad leaves
at one wonders whether it is like the
tie boy who sings: "I want to be an
gel," or whether it has sonm secret in
head which it wishes to take far out
reach of its lowlier companions.
'he sprightly jessamine wonders too, t
t not for long: straightway, it twines a
I climbed up to the very top to find out '
itself. Arriving there it forgets its c
iosity in ecstasy at thegreat height it s
a attained; and, looking down it glee- 7',
1y showers ito golden, sweet-scented
moms on the woods carpet beneath.
.nd younger, in the darkest shade, over
Slilly-grown stream, leans, the old t
9 which Is slowly, but surely giving t
its life so that thecouriously beautiful t
hide sad air-plants thrive and live. "I t
only one oak, ".it seems to say, "and
me are many oaks in many climes, but
e plants are rare, and few are the h
WM they love. Happy am I to die tI
it they may live."
t would tate volumes to describe the b
atihs and themysteries of the Florida a
ds. Evergreen in spring, summer, n
numan, and winter, go to them when
a like, and they welcome you with the d
hanging beautiesof evergreen nature, a
ird need never sit silent, hungry, and g
ering on bare snow or ice-laden bra- w
: but chirping, twittering and sing-
they flitfromtree to tree.from flower ai
lower, seemingly filed exuberance be- t
ue of the mere joy of living. Sunaner g
I winter, alwaysamong the evergreen
woders how they know when it iM
iagand when is the nesting neasuon t
here seem to be no awakening of d,
are, as nature seems never to sleep. ea


THE CHUAMON FISNERi

As a follower of Isiak Walton, DI
J. A. Van Valsah holds the recol
this vicinity. During the past
weeks he as caught morem fish from
ings' pier than any other person.
has caught 20 bass, weighing as folb
One weighing 18 pounds
One 29 "
On. ** 27 "
Two '* 26 "
One 25 "
Five 24 "
Three 23 "
Two 5" 2 ""
One 21 "
One IM ""
One "
One 7 "
He also captured eight shark, al
which measured nearly six feet in len

A 'coMMUNH'ATION.
Mr. Editor:-Allow nw to speak a
words in favor of Chamberlain's Co
Remedy. I suffered for three years v
the bronIelaitis and could not sleep
nights. I tried wevenrl doctors
various patent medicines, but could
nothing to give me any relief until
wife got a bottle of this valuable m
ride. which has completely relieved
-W. S. Broockman, Bagnell, Mo. I
remedy is for sale by all druggists.


A LESSON TO OTHERS.

Several papers of the state have po
considerable fiun at that pot metal p
forni used lby R. Tludson Burr in
recent race for the nomination for
road commissioner When. says
Orlando Star, a man goes into a cl
paign he goes in to win and he or
managers in consultation decide on
best course to pursue. IMr. Burr's ci
paign was managed by Guy Metcalf,
old newspaper mnan who apprecia
the value of newspapers, and prof
by them. The other candidates, hea
only knows what theydecreed upon. (
ide of a circular from Mr. Browne.
other candidate even approached 1
office with literature or otherwise.
goes to show the value of printers' in
a state primary where candidates
not known in nany sections. 1
Brown, who nibbled in theflrst prim
caught on to tihe racket in the second

21 VEtARS A vsriPETIr'.
R. 11. Foster.3; S. 241 St., Salt La
City. writes- "I have been bothe
with dyelmpsia ior indigestion for 21 ye
tried many do-tors without relief; reo
ly I got a bottle of Herbine. One bot
tired me. I a, l now tilpewring off on
cond. I have re -oetnnndei it to
friends; it is .curing theiin too." 54k.
I. M. Jone,'s.

Time nmake-s ill things even-exce pt
i poker ganme.


qjgg je der -two ^ Paytona, the Fountain City
__ > Ilaytona is strictly a -winter home
i__ SC town. During the past few years many
ih ir b wealthy people pembased lots ad hav
amilns qlls w be bailt magnificent homes. During thelat
subh a, ter part of the summer there will be se
Sa mlm i i eral palatial winter ieaidences erected
Si- enl ed The growth of popular resort has beet
ab to Isteady, never having a boom. Incowe-
1ag*! squence the clam of residences and busineMw
,I of I 'I "- ^blocks erected have been of a superior
11 of "it character. Now three bridge span the
gth. Halifax river to the ocean beach.
Within thelpattwoy a smanychang. a
few have been made, New streets, avenues
few and boulevards have been laid out, a
With large number of pretty cottages have
R at w been built. s ahreeze and Goodall ale
and s now bustling, thrifty and prosperot s
fm I 9=E K y .un., ms *m places.
eda S M ar i alON".l l Before the great freeze Daytona and
me. 2sSe ls aurnasm m l vicinity were noted for their number of
This Vp v l d-Z _gen3L w IanI Abe groves. Since the freeze but con-.
mf r Iin b"s ad S I Ima I be
am &sw ig men" paratively few of the former orange
mas 1u1Kst8m Wt. r su1 Eusstlo growers have made any attempt to re-
"am '"de M at.k s*I*a build their groves, Those who have,
Maenllmi o mg s eeW have met with phenomenal success and
ked T ms b _uM __t mb there are a few groves now that show
lat- M IsM the bevo s t no signs of the terrible ordeal they
his witbou ad b i M passed through. J. B. Hinaky ihas the
rail- M--m dS 1 largest grove, and probably the best one
the the in that section. Today it is a perfect
amI- th est siho sm! specimen of an orange grove, and
his W-led s 4la. ewuiR loaded with fruit. The .trees are now
the- bearing for the second time. He will
am- MA agi have something over 500 boxes of fruit
an iiMlgth l a this season. H. P. Hand has about ten
tted Mi11 411 ~i "111,1. 16 acres in grove, and will have several
Cited 16 Mi hundred boxes of fruit this season. The
ven fouracre grove known as the Tracy
Out "" place will yield about400boxes. George
nm o Mathews has given his young grove
this splendid care and tnis yearshe will gather
It VA Can j n at least 300 boxes of lucious fruit. 1'.
k in I e vce ed? 1 8. Golden has a twelve and one-half acre
are grove in splendid condition, but will get
Mr. ttlIIffflIffllIflIftltI I ytt: but little fruit this season. William
ary The Orlando correspondent to the Allen at Holly Hill has a ten-acre grove;
New Y, r; Packer says: the trew are in splendid condition. He
B. M. Smith has a 30-acre farm near will have considerable fruit this season.
this city and it is worthy of notice. The same is true of Mr. Oliver's eight-
Here in what Mr. Smith raises: acre grove; the trees are in splendid con-
ake First, on a low piece of ground be has edition. He will have considerable fruit
am a banana plantation that is a curiosity this season. T. L. Rodgers' six
en- to even the old settler in this semi- and one-half acre grove is" a
ttle tropical country. From these plants thing of beauty. His trees have received
the there are now hanging 3.000 bunches of most excellent care. lie estimates his
yat rapidly ripening fruit, and there will pro. crop this year at 1,0()0 boxes. This is
bably be many more before the season considered a heavy crop, aw a large num-
ends. The market for this fruit is right ber of his trees are just coming into
here in this city and the owner is not fruiting. Mr. Rodgers said to us: "I1
compelled to ship away a single bunch. shall ha:e to prop the limber, they are
He receives 75c a bunch on the streets of so heavily loaded with fruit." George
Orlando. Monroe has a very promising young
On another part of his land Mr. Smith grove of ten acres. He estimates his
s of has a prosperous pinery covering nearly crop at 400 boxes this season. Those
os an acre; from this he will get this year who abandoned their groves after the
ent several hundred crates of beautiful fruit, freeze are now feeling very crestfallen,
will much of which is now beginning to ripen, as they see the success their neighbors
f a One of the finest orange grove now in have made in rebuilding.
at. this part of the country forms no incon- Adam Schautz, who purchased about
siderablepart of this attractive property. 5,000 acres of land went from Daytona,
There are 2,000 trees, many hundreds of has cleared in the neighborhood of 100
which are in full bearing and which will acres and is cropping a part of it. Mr.
ng produce hundreds of boxes for shipment Schantz proposes to turn this body of
Ino this fall and winter. land into a magnificent farm. Last
ve Otlher fruit on the place includes plums, fall. Mr. Spaulling,. the seed-potato man,
nd figs. straw berry guavasand persimmons, of Avoca. N. Y., punrhamed a few acres of
os. and there also a number of pecan trees, land there and planted eight acres in
a Altogether he hason his place about all Irish potatoes. He harvested a bounti-
el- that a family can consume and has en- ful crop. Mr. Rodgers informed us that
If ough left over to bring in a net income of this planting netted Mr. Spaulding
something over $3,000 a year in cash. $1,O800 i cash. The last time he plowed
sh Where is the 30 acres in any other part his potato Mn he planted corn between
it, of the country that will do as much? tie rows, of which Mr. Rodgers says "I
m- never saw a better piece of corn in Kan-
sas. Many of the stalks held two mam-
he The Best Pracriptilme r Malaria nioth ears." Mr.Spauldinw also planted I
his Chill and Fever is a bottles of GtovE's six asr's in sugar cane, of which Mr.
he TASTELESS ChuLt ToN'. It is simply Rodgers says: "I havebeen seeing sugar
he iron and Quinine in a tasteless lorts-s.
og No Cure, No Pay. Price 54 cents. cane growing for years, but I never saw
as good l cropsl as that of Mr. Spauld-
all ing" T'Ie sutccessn of Mr. Spaulding in
s- A modest young lady who desired to growing Irish'potatoes and corn has so
be make a purchase at a dry goods store in enthusedl the farmers in that section that
thiscity,addressed theyoung man behind Daytona bids fair to become one of ehe
the counter thus: "It is my desire to ob- potato and corn growing centers on the
nd tain a pair of circular elastic appendages East Coast. Skirting Daytona on the
to capable of being contracted or expanded west. and extending south many miles.
se by means of oscillating furnished steel in one of the richest tracts of hammock
to appliances that sparkle like particles of land in the state, and yet but a small J
it gold leaf set with Alaska diamonds and area of this valuable land is in cultiva-
ia which are utilized for retaining in proljer ti nt. For general farming it has no ru-
ponition the habilitent ofa the lower prior in the state. t


Estmatis Faied. Wor
P. O. Box 285
Office at Europma Hotel.
DAYTONA, FLOmDA.


Daytona Ice
Wm. Wici.st, Manager.


PURE ICEI

Made from Distilleel Water


Factory open from 7 to 12 Sdang~


'Phone 48


Volmlsa Avoeme mad an R -.


So Ho Gove,
AmsITrrT, BriLnrR AND C'Otr f
Residence and offtie, northeast coswde
Ridgewooi and is Veohsit ivenueL. "
'Phone 8). baytona, Florit
il

Ocean House,
F. W. SAMS. P'roprNlrktor.
Raten $2.0)I per Day and I'pwasdr
Special to Regular oaHnrdlerns.
NEW SIIYRNA. FIAIRIDA.

SEE
J. D. Carmichade
Before you have* yvuir pl nmlluiung do-s,
He can stave, you 1, IN-r e'iut. All work.
guaranteed. IB.ar of City Hotel. 8410


ashington.T-aE.s Ma
On Ow opin SA
Anno iA B a ebadh p dwemssaminvent a
Oey $n ss isMrtstn oMr optnloa feevt- *-tiw
Only $16.05 22y "
p ..aten"Irrs om"a
From Jacksonville. correspond- othe
ing rates from other points. j ll
First-elhse round trip tickets on yt
sale Oct. 3. 4. 3 and 6, limit by m :SoMn3t se mSe s nrals. Tr5.a
extension, Ak* additional, t;ao ai tutabL Soldby&aliN .
Nov. 3. Account G. A. R. No r M Ail- UIP 8 A1t.New Tm
extra charge for the fast time or LiMeu5S r De. waseito. &Y


luxurious service of
THE NEW INITIAL
LINE AT
JACKSONVILLE,

Southe Railway
MOST LUXURIOUS
TRAINS
IN THE WORLD.
Every morning at 9 o'clock.
Every evening at 7:.5 o'chlwk,
from Jacksonville; less than 23
hours to Washinton via
Southern Railway.
City Ticket Office. 108 West Bay Street,
Jacksonville. Fla.
Full information can be obtained from
H. G. CARY, D. P. A., Jacksonville.


$64.70
TO
California m Return

Via L. 41 N. R. R.
First-class round trip tickets from
Jlackonville on sale August I to 9. ('Cr-
maponding rates from other laints.
ri'kets gxl going one way andil n--
turning another. Favorable stop-over
arrangements. Final limit Sept. 3).



(RO1ND TRIP RATES TO SEVERAL
I'OINTS WEST & NORTH WEST.


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The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul 'or full information address,
Railway owns and operates over 6,00 J. M. FIKINm,.
mnils of thoroughly equippl road in Florida I'amenger Agent, L. & N. It.
Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, Jacksonville, Fla.
South Dakota, North Dakota, Missouri,
and their Upler l'eniinsula of Michigan. -- l_ u (S
It ownI and W oe t.s allei eipment in osley
service on its line-.. including Sleeping T itu
C ars I'rlor 'tir. maintaining an excel-
lence of servke unequaled onmany railway
in the world.
It has Iveen a Pioweer in the Northwest
and west in the use of the block Mystem P JO L is r
in tle operation of its trains, in the y T T AI
lighting of traiMt ly electricity. heating & &C1 -lJIARE
by stmeat and many other progre-mive IRi
mgethlod.-, whih, ha ve added safety, comn- K s
fort and luxury tL) travel. It is always
the leader in that direction.
Tle Pioneer Limited Trains between I .H
Chicago. St. Paul and Minneapoli have Ootr tUches erVsel at all hours.
the costliest and handumoenSt Slee|i-. y mtew apecilty.
ing Cars in the world and the. bet dining
Car service,
Time tables, maps and information A A "X K V l


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for their r-flr -leine.l st 11.,l t le


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A fresh supply is lpr,,l.'.eel eI ich day,
and i ea'h tnlticl, i. liIt. ,i i-Ip. whVol
TnGcy wsll l.air ..,'k i-t ,I rery
,r-mliit e ln t(l. lh.i t,.f-


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AN QaN1eANCe Re lbleest Ce ad Ce-.
aemsand Plis In as City of DPisas.
Be it ord a thE Cso00 s Council of
the City ofrPtir:
That on complaint of any propertyowner
or citizen It s*ball be the duty of the Marshal
to examine the stove pipes, s and chim-
ney of an houme that may be considered a
source of danger by fire, and report to the
Mayor.
If from the evidmMee In such Marshal's re-
port the Mayor s tll deem such chimney, or
stove pipes dangerous he shall notify the
owner or occupant of the house to remedy
the mmM witida twelve bo.ora reasonable
time thereafter during which time no fire
sball be allowed In tove, nre plaee connect-
ed with such flew orehimneysad If not done
or If iBre Is made Is aid stove or fire place as
prohibited said oWner or oeupant shall be
liable to a ft. of not more than fifty dollars
or less than ten dollars and costs, or to Im-
prisomnnt not exceeding thirty days and
the Mayor shall order the alteration made at
the eoof the owner.
Passed on first reading July 14, USL
Passed on second reading July 1, loU.
Passed on third reading Aug. 11, tai.
Approved Aug.12 IM.
C. L. Smith
Attest: Acting Mayor.
J. W. WILKxIMON, City Clerk. 9-13

[First pub. Aug. a; last Bept. V1J]

Notice Is hereby given that Chas. L.mlth
Admilnistralor ofthe Estate of Arthur For-
rest. deceased, will apply after thirty days
notice or as moon thereafter as he can b
beard, to J. Lee McCrory. County Judge of
Volusla County, for the right to sell at pri-
vate sale the following described Real Es-
late statute In Volusia County and belong-
Ing to the estate of Paid Forest-for the pur-
rosof paying the debts of the estate viz:
omiencing at the north wet corner of
Lot 11 one ofN section 10) thirty-six of Town-
shlpt14) fourteen Range (t) thirty-two and
east of alahamsee-thence running along the
northboundry line of said lot IO1) sixteen
hundred feet, hence south (75) two hundred
and neventy-five feet thence west Ionl) six-
teen hundred feett, thence north (275) two
and seventy-five feet to place of beginning.
Chas. L. Smith,
Administrator Estate A. Forest.


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UIsually Iegrins with the symptomni
cnitmnt cold: there is chillinessm,
hlroat, hot skin. quick pulse, hmarsen
nd inimldd re inspiration. Give freque
mall doses of Ballard's (the child
ry for it) intid sit the first sign ol
roupyroiugh. apply frequently Ballar
now Linimient externally to the thro
iP04 at .1. M. Jloie's.

"stt" and "Set."
Some one who l blieves aIn teach
by example iuas cotcocted a lesson
he use of two little words which ha
een a source of mnor;fication a
trouble to tonay well ilue.:ning person
A malst or wo;1nii1 either can set
en. although they cannot sit her; n
bher ent tlie3 set on her. although t
en might sit on them by the hour
hey would nllow It.
A nujn eautuiiit sot on the wa
bench but he coeild set the basin on
nd neither the liasin nor the grain
narlans would object.
He could sit on the dog's tall If t
og were willing or he might set I
aot on It. But if he should set on t
foresnid tall or sit his foot there ti
rammuari:ans as well as the d
rould howl. tne'tnlphorically at least
And yet the man might set the ts
side and then sit down and be a
ailed neither by the dog nor by tl
ranmm:rianns.

Not Worry. but Slumber.
They were discussing suicides ai
he protinentss o* differeiit peophs I
epart in that w;ay wlni one of tho
nga)gel itn the conversation turned
coloreul mnnn atind asked. "Why Is
hit so few of yol'ur isple take tbe
Wi Ii ves':"
After scr:tclhliL" his heal a niomen
ie lrsoaiu :ith.lr'e.ss,. r'spiended, "We
tell you. Imtos. wlheii ;a nigger si
own he d(el'at worry,. but goes
eep."- Nv e ,rk Tile'S.


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of Jobert D.Ooysm9
= by given t 0" ti g
thing claims against the estate of Robert
D. Cwan, deceased, to prese- t the --
du authen tlcated to the uadensed
=Ima ro ye from this da or the sma
winl be forever burred,
Administrator with the will
ammexed of Robert D. Oowan.
This Jaly l?, 1Le.

(Firstpub. July i; last ept. .**)
~11118 10 gES ms W u1 AND (ll9OeM
The undersigned bavin been duly ap-
polpted administrator of the estate of
Arthur riS, t. to o0 Volusla
county, ra, fet bftreby give to
iI erdltos, lege, ds rl tees and alo
peoa Indebted to or having elams against
tbe estate of Arthur Forest, deceased, to
present the same duly authenticated to the
undermgned within two years from this
dae or the same will be forever barred.
CHAS. L. SMITH,
Administrator of the estate
of Arthur Forest, deceased.
This July 17th. 1905.


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ALL GRADOUAt


l year the schools and neMaeM
harvest a crop of grad-
aWt ence a year the wise ame
Sand write essays for publiea.
the surplus of men who are
the law. medicine and other
that are open to the newcom.
l te wise men are to be be.
Should seem that all the oe
were filled and that the
wasb had arrived too late.
for the tenderfoot, the
bea have always been wrong
tmisopbher has ever presented a
aewument that did not leave
to be said on the other side.
year since the world set up for
a new crop of young men has
and that new crop has even.
become the stay of the rae.
as been going on eternally will
The young chaps wil locate
meea. It is no argument that
have tueir signs starting at
ram every hallway on half the
within several blocks of every
-Bin the country. The hart
Me tht includes a new lot of law-
aWlo amimes a lot of new lltigant.
takes care to preserve an
If the fllegeling of the
schools do not fnd bones to
some of them turn to sawing
The boy who hba gone through
a with the intention of becoenlua
tpWa-emt of the United States finds a
Factory job as master of ceremo-
I la m coalyard. A few Jostles and
aew man adjusts himself to ctr.
ace and then be baa become a
et the machine, wbich runs on as


sa


I


hs unnecessary to become alarmed
Sthe surplus man. If he sla In law.
a-ense, theology, horse trading, ped.
4 alk or anything else. he finds
e eMt, and he arranges the matter In
,ja- way without any upheaval in o.-
Sdiy The surplus man as surplus
Sy until he gets his first job. After
f-t he is one of the establi-hmunt.-


SCIENCE SIFTING.
The sun's flames spring at times to a
agn ace of 330,000 miles from its sur-
i~ in dry air sound travels 1.442 feet
ia r second, In water 4.900 feet and In
.;s- 17,500 feet.
T amplitude of vibration of the
ihrasgm of tbF~telephone receiver in
speech is about the one-
-millionth of an inch.
Fresh air contains about three parts
i carbonic acid in 10.000. respired air
semat 441 parts, and about five parts
came the air of a room to become
Selephane glass is a pressed glass
emobling elcut glass, having vertical
___ ehon the Inside for diffusing the
1W and horlontal pr*is- on the out-
for directing the light
Sfe following are found to be the
-Bmlkaes of the planets, water being 1:
j: oe 3ry. 3; Venus, &14; earth. 3.50;
qpsa,. 3,34; Mars. 4; Jupiter, 1.33; Sa-
0.08; Uranus. I.(9; Neptune. 2,9.
The star Arcturus. the hottest of ce-
oaitul bodies, gives us as much beat
as a standard candle six miles away.
%l s fact was ascertained by the ra-
imsater. an Instrument which will
S aw the amount of beat given off
ib m a man's face at 2,000 feet dis-
Maee.
s e Wa" -in the s ep."
W'Mon and." said the Marquis de
em t-s the other day, "the hotel keep-
Iaf life I an unhappy one. If he does
lst look to the least little detail, the
wesle thing goes-what do you call It?
Ah, yes. on the blink.
"Here-4s example of what I say.
Whena had the Logerot. there was
aOe a dinner there at which Chauncey
Depew was a guest. I told the chef to
put ta the menu some disht In honor of
Im. and I forgot to look at the mean
bstere it went to the printer.
*What do you think that Imbecile of
a Shef had done? There"-
And the marquis produced an old
nisua card on which among the
"uspes" appeared the following:
Puree de marroes a la Depew."

ee Tune Islmsa msnd ase Easter.
B fllingsley has taught his dog to
Does he sing well
Se sings as well as Billingsley
' t 4aseM teach him."
I never beard Billingsley. Is be a
@ d singer r'
S "WelL the dog has been shot nt
ANte- times."-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
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to= Ida6 M. Snydin'
-m m 4w amtO
41 um wwsu -diem" 6D
h* bm we =ham m' U
am, usamdo o I MEIa
anS decm .,pr" plsdo w
Son amy Soy m OVM
wilt head-
Ndh4mo ,andof ImokU a
n o hOikm lee a amw
Mpoiwa Im=in balmdS

%seOmardai is&wg"Rdatwofdthe

"dpm, too fuuqb, u

wessm an


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1itr treages

mad a SeM Nit wh b to st rt-
k Sea fter a deadbody %*&,I
Ind -detaed that of W~.
B"M CMM34WV J r


et OVAL PFAl m 1AP.

TsSm S *o *r A*mub b s
Bomr of our most Important organs-
tbe lungs-re. strange to say, quite
Insensible to touch, thus showing that
lot only are nerves necessary for the
nsaton but also te special end or-A
gan. The curious fact was noticed
with the greatest importantorgashment by
Harvey, who. while treating a patient
for an abtcess that caused largain
cavinsensty In bis ide. found that when be
put only fingers Into the cavity e could
actually take hold of the heart without
the patient bt albeing in the least aware ofr-
what be wan doing. This so waterested
Harvey that he brought King Charlesn
f. to tae man's bedside that "be might
himself behold anId touch so extraor-
dinary a thing."
In certain operations a piece of skin
put removed from the forehead to theu
nose. and it ake stated that the patienthout
edly enough feels Iias f te least aware ofw
hasal part were still in his forehead
and may have a headaches King Charles
-Camsefbers Journad touch so extraor
-Chiambers' Journal.


Jb a Care was arrested for
S *w'. He cosuiM't explain ib
8reabo ons the evening prevlor
a s od rea sou. He was robbing a
Sbhouae Another man sue t f S e.
S g ean ex-conkt. Joel laher. was
r ted. who aLso could not give hi
wbembouts on that evening because
be was rbbing a freight car. If was
Sbeleved that he and Carme. were part-
Sers Is the crIme.
t. _... aot. r mm wa antd a
I sitoge man who kept house for hlmelt.
WhlW no money was tond, it wau ar.
gs"d that be bad buried the uM = m *.
cured from Willams, and for three
day* more than 100 people were ran.
sacking hi house and barn and every
toot of his land In bep to uaear
the treasure.
The name of the third party arrested
wa Black. He employed me to defend
Ihi My r t MWen maturally was to
prove an alibL. He claimed to me that
be had not left le bs ho during the
evening. Living alone, we had only his
am"pported word for thi and by ac-
etdet I asaertale that he was lyi
to me Three different persons be call.
ed at his beum n reen 7 and 10
o'clock and oamed i abmot. Then
Black aede a en emla Ios ma. A
fanner with whom he had queale
had a larle baer on t he s Sthree
miles away, and Bimlh hls m there
to bumrn it Mi a taelds wee bed
enough, but the be h e kldi went
out. and the barn did not bTn. To
clear hblmelf of the one be must own
up to the other.
As It the case was not complicated
enough. the sheriff took another ste
He worked at the two men first arrest.
ed until they "confessed" that Black
planned the whole affair, did the kill-
Ing and that they only watched to ma
that he was not Interrupted. The prosw
ecutlon now felt assured that It had a
straight case, while I realized that
Black must run the gantlet for his
life. The sheriff naturally wanted to
convict Black. and when Carnes and
Fisher were "pressed" they cooked up
a very plausible "-onfession."
I had verified Black's story. I had
gone to the barn and found a candle in
a box just where bhe had told me to
look for It. I had timed his ouracey to
and fro and found It occupied the inter-
val stated. I had found mud an his
boots which bad come from a spot
sear the barn. However, when the
case was called in the higher court I
was appalled at the strength of the evi-
dence against my client.
I could only prove one thing In de-
fense-previous good character. Black
boldly confessed that be had Intended
to burn the barn and thu accounted
ter hia time. but It only hurt bis case.
Everybody Jumped to the conclusion
that a man who would commit arson
would not scruple at murder. It was
show that he was bard up nansalally,
that certain men were rather afraid of
him, that he had been beard to make
dire threats, and they could not have
painted him blacker had be been one
of the Younger brother.
On top of all this came the "confes-
sion." Carnes and Fslber had occupied
the same cell for days and therefore
agreed In all the details. They swore
to meeting Black just outside the vil-
lage. They entered the town to look
for Williams and found him on the
street. fisher swore that be accosted
him and directed him to the mill race,
telling him that the owner of the mill
wants to see him. After the murder
all eb back to lack's house, where
the money was to be divided. Be had
given Carsm and Fisharw 50 apiece
and put off the division for a week.
While neMber saw the blow struck nor
the body flung Into the water, both
agreed as to what Black said on the
way home. He had told them that
William seemed suspicious and was
about to run away when struck down.
I lost my cams. of course. The jury
went out simply-tor appearance' eake
and In seven minutes returned wttb a
verdict of giUty. Too ay ask what
had been done to tee. WIUllams. Very
little. He lad sMid he was from Chi-
cago. No one knew his full address.
The affair had been published ia the
Chicago papers, but m one had identMU-
fed Williams as Wlliams. Bo seamed
to have neither relatives nor acquaint-
Black was to be sentenced to death.
sad Carnes and Fisaher were to get off
with a term in state prison. They had
not yet been sentenced when Wlliamsa,
the man who had been murdered and
buried, returned to town as quietly as
any other te veler. He left town on the
night of the murder at 9 o'clock, goog
to Milwaukee to csee about a bank safe


In the Same SItmatlon.
A funny story Is told about a physi-
elan at Monroe City. A resident of
the town set out shade trees for the
doctor. A short time later the physi-
cian was called to attend the mother-
in-law of the man who had set out the
trees. The old lady died. and the phy-
siclan presented his bill. After paying
e*t. the citizen thought of the trees and
made out and presented a bill for
them. "But the trees died." protested
the doctor. "So did my mother-in-law,"
retorted the other man. The doctor
paid the bill.-Kaniisu City Journal.
selll thbe Tip- Que.tilom.
The awkward question of the tip was
solved by a big New I;nglader from
the state of Mahin who was dining in
a London restaurant the other evening.
Having laid his bill. he was informed
by the waiter that what he bad paid
did "not Include the waiter."
"Waial." said the stranger, "I ate no
waiter, did I r'
And as be looked quite ready to do
so on any further provocation the sub-
ject was dropped.-London Chronicle.
Geutly Sareatule.
The following church notice was re-
cently exhibited: "The service on Sun-
day morning is at 11 n. in. The suppo-
sition that It Is ten minutes later is a
mistake. Young inen are not excluded
from the week night service. The seats
in the front portion of tile church have
been carefully examined. They are
quite sound and may be trusted not to
give way. It is quite legitimate to
join In the singing. The object of the
choir is to encourage, not discourage,
the con-reuatinn "--London Answers.
A Bad Breath
A bad brel &m a bad
stomach, taRW l stlMS a
bad liver. Ayer'. P llo are
liver pills. They cure cor-
stipation, biliousness, dys-
pepsia, sick headache.
2Sc. A'l l.utif.ts.
SWanat your mn' w-aii or I.ard a beautiful |
|I lrow or rtlhblbark"'1 *I.T., |.' I
BRUCKINGHAM'S DYEWt'c I


and other things. He was taken III en
route and left the train at a small vTi-
lage where be bhad relatives. He had
been sick with fever for weeks, and
nothing whatever was known of the
case.
My cam was won by the reappear-
ance of Williams. It was for his mur-
der that Black had been tried. Who
was the victim? That was never found
out. though it was generally believed
that he was one of a pair of bad men
who bad cook to Cane Hill with some
evil intent and had quarreled with
and been done up by his pal. (Orne
and Fisher at once went back on their
-confession" and accounted for their
time on that evening. This gave them
away on the robberies, and they wers
duly tried and landed behind the bars.
M. QUAD.

In Turkey red hair Is counted a great
beauty, and the women dye their hair
that tnt.


RAISE 11D 0Mo TUN IbEAII.
C. W. Laindisi, "Porter" or tlaOrlental


town. Bt room
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ALlL MODXRN CONVZNIEMCZS.


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MI.T I NFRY and DRESSMAKING

e ine hy.oj dedt4 )1 III- iie ston- r.' 1 r11 nowILjd y fo''. r i y ouri'3)11
trade. A iiew liii..of haimI'lso fa4 541pjillow~s Ihavei-just I[wen r~eeived
-annd the~y are beautits. What Adil waists we haive. an- Iking
clowgd out sit er~y low iigmii's.
utr first fall uiaillina'ry j40 lllr il .i.1j1lV li1-t i

fr ei l IL4 4lgg l l ill aI, ioh. \iI k-* jst dre4ssmiaker of
(aago. to jlui~idt' over thiis depalai mient. C all anad ge't prices 4411
;1rany kind of dressiiiiking and garment lqtwor4k.


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North Itach Stn*ict. '-(; .




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WI anP well ,|liip|HM4 for "StrNIw Ridl.s." The ineiest turnoults in tIh1 .ily.V
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A TOPSY TURVY ROOM.
A Premehbuma Who Prays rrapctiral
Jokes en Him Guests.
A "topsy turvy roma." writes a cor-
rempondent, not illus,:r.v. but actually
a built. existed near I'aris some years
ge and may still exist- One who saw
It thus describes It and the use to
which It was put: "I was the guest of
the owner of the house," he says,
"from Saturday to Moinday. lie was a
bachelor, very convivial in his tastes.
and we were a very jolly party of men.
When we woke up. about 2 o'clock on
th Sunday morning. one of our unni-
her. sound asleep on the couch In the
billard room. was carried out like a
log by a coupk' of servants. My host
gave me a soletun wink and told me
that If a sudden summons came I was
to rush from my bedroom or else I
aliht miss a sight worth seeing. I
-wanted nothing but sleep and was re-
ieved when the summons came to find
that It was broad daylight.
"Yawning. I followed the valet and
tald myself, with four others. silent-
ly peeptng through little holes in the
waIl. The scene was absurd. ridicu-
lea A dased man slowly waking to
ffl consciousness was lying on a plas-
tered floor. looking up In horror at a
carpeted ceiling. Two heavy couches.
an easy chair, chairs and tables se-
eely fastened stared down at him
(remn above. The man's eyes at last
tsPted on a fowerpot directly over his
eiHd. from which a flaring rose. ap-
parently real. was blooming. He gave
a try and. rolling over, grasped with
fteazled hands the stem of the chande-
Mer. which came up through the floor.
The host burst into the room. with a
ld laugh. "They all do it.' he cried.
They fear they will fall up to the cell-
Ik.' "
Giiws Her Light to Die.
A small farmer in Aberdeenshire,
havng a wife that had been long all-
Ng and confined to lted. was of so nig-
gardly a disposition that be grudged
the poor woman so much as a light
Me In a pet one night exclaimed. "Oh,
Ima this an unco' thing that a puir
body 'll nae get light to see to dee."
Th huiband rises up and lights a can-
dle ad. placing it at the bed toot
say to his wife, "There, dee hoo!"-
Sateb American.
A Deep look.
es." sId the lawyer; "there are
alay hlngs to be Investigated in this
Pn- 9r o Ars 6tin 4 fnI... IroroL-,-AIn..


AUTHORS' BLUNDERS.
Some Mistakem In I'. I..I. .::* Muon.
Sm anld Ei.4d l.._ur.-.
The moon proves a i ii:lor l:i:':illl to
most writers. Wilki.e ( o'lls once per
formed the marvelous feat of makisii
it rise in the west. Rider ll:sg:ard. inii
"King Solomon's Mines." relit-s for tihe
effective rendering of one of his most
thrilling scenes upon an eclilpe of the
iew minoon.
Coleridge placed a star lietweeii the
horns of the crescent mUoon. forgetting
that to be visible in such a position t ie
star would have to be between tfli,
earth and the moon or. say. 2';; 1,4,.
miles away only.
Next to the moon perhaps the sun is
responsible for more glaring errors
than any single concrete cause. At
the beginning of a certain famous nov-
el, the title of which a few years la.ck
was in everybody's mouth, an inv:tlid
character's room was said to have
been lighted by one window looking
directly toward the east. Yet at the
end of the book. when the invalid dies.
the anther, wishing to make him de-
part this life in a flood of glory, suf
fuses this eastern windowed room with
"the red glare of the setting suit."
Kingsley, too, made one of his heroes
row out into the eastern ocean after
the setting sun. But even this glaring
absurdity has been capped. lin a novel
published by a well known firim there
occurs the following passage, the scene
being laid on board a big sailing ship:
"'How's the wind?' asked the skip-
per. 'East-northeast.' replied the mate,
glancing at the masthead pennant,
which was streaming blithely in the
direction Indicated." So that in the
world, according to novelists, we
should not only find the sun setting in
the east, but pennants would "stream"
against the direction of the prevailing
wind.
Envied the Other Boy.
Johnny-1 wish I was Tommy Jones.
Mother-Why? You are stronger
than he la, you have a better home.
more toys and more pocket money.
Johnny-Yes, I know, but he can
wiggle his ears.-Men of Tomorrow.
Experiemee the Only Teacher.
She-There's really no reason for
married folks to quarreL.
He-No. except that they generally
need a few quarrels to find that out.-
Brooklyn Life.


partt" sineered Armstrong. "1 can't t jd I
kill a Wal with a wo dan'd soulian At druggists. I
him at I can take can's soul The Five-4nt packet is enough for an ordinary occasion.
The words were never fished. Had The
he not had something of the contempt supply for a year.
for Bartlett that he had for the par.
son he would have fired first and
talked afterward. Stephen knew full 3
el tirig. and quk firing, w Atla ntic Valdosta Western sRy
essential or he would be a dead maA.n. A l n Vo
Armstrung dropped. "aDIXIE FLYER ROUTE"
Molly 'Grifton heard the shot and,
fearing that Huggins might have been Tri- eekly Salings
waylaId, rushed upon the bridge. No. 4 Stations No. 3 BETWEEN
"Stephen! Arthur! What does it 7:-- pi Lv...................................Jacksonvill-p................................... t :0 nAr a 0JACK ONVI l E and lNEw tORI .
m ,a I a 114)5 pIm Aro...................................... Valdo ta-..................................... ,v 5.:35 am
"That dog," said Stephen, "assumes 3:55 am Ar ........................................Macon.......................................Lv 12:55 am Calling at Charleston, S. C.. th ways.
sole right to you. I have maintained 7:2P anm Ar.......................................Atlanta..................................L.... v 9.0O pm THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.
that Parson Iuggins or any man you 1:1 pm Ar ....... ........................Chattan ga.................................Lv 3-0 pm
choose has an equal right." (5:35 pm Ara.....................................Nashville .....................................Lv :3) am The Clyde New England and Southern Lines
"This is all my fault." cried Hug- 11:44 pm i Ar ........................................Martin-......................................Lv 5:15 am
gins bitterly as Molly bent over the (6:52 am Ar...............7......................Stt. Louis ...... ..........................lv 10:15 pn Direct Service Between
wounded gambler to assist him. "Mol. 10:M) am Ar Chicago Lv 6:10 pmr JACKSONVILLg, 3ZOToN AND PROVIDENCIE.
ly is my sister. I camine here to recev- 2:30) a Ar..................................... ,Loueville......-..............................Lv 3:0) am ANiD ALL 66 ASTILERN POINTS.
er my health. Having no means, I 7:26 am Ar......................................(neinnati.................................... v 11:15 l pm Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
was about to return when she came 9:15 am Ar........................................Chiago................................. v 7:00 pm SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINS.
out to help e. Knowing that this Setbod.......................................From Lewis' Wharf, B '
community would not respect me for No. 4--Dixie Flyer---Crries Pullnman Drawing Room Buffett HS.'piig Carp, MO N ........................ from foot Catherine street. Jack
being helied by a woman, she took Jacksonville to St. Louis and Jacksonville to Chicago without chang, making ro oot Catherine street.
another name and concealed our rela- direct connection at Nashville with sleeping cars for Louistvill Cincinnati and CLYDE'S ST JOT N'S RIV !
tionship." Chicago. Stops at all A. V. & W. stations. L Y ES V, JOENS RI R I 1 ,
The next day the town of Pickvllie Through coaches between Jacksonvilleen Jaccsonviltween JacksonvIlle and San ford
wns startled with the news that Ste. Connectiouni made at Jacksonville with all northbound trains of the aSeboard STOPPING AT PALATKA. ASTOR, ST. FRANCIS. I I'I,:-I 'l:'. (l)lA
phen Hartlett had downed Fox Arm- Air Line and Florida East Coast Rys. BLUE SPRINGS and Intermediate Landings ,on S .SI.ill. 1I:liL -I i
strong and was going to marry Molly. E. IIH. BARN'ES, Gen. Nup't. 1. D. PICKETT, Gen, Pass. Agt.
The rest of the story was not divulged. STEAMER "LOU SE
SARAll PARKE TRIMMINGUAll. CAPT. C. H. BROCK
""," R" H"'"TI ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD ,1 ',,,T ,ar. ,,.,,TS
tJ Il CI|HRONIC -OT ATIOIS APPOINTEI TO SAIL AS FtIOWs:
ST Lave Poot Catherine Strn-t.Jacksonville.:...,Tue..lsday.s;iv,lsatul:ty at I3:001
Take t ,,,ma i)ips of hot water half an L e lhave anford............................................... Mon. .s nd Thr,,.,s, .-0
hour lwf, nehl meal and ju-t before 1 0U S Cago --
ea,,,lanj rink, bfor ater.,,.t. General Passenger and Ticket office,
oing to ld, also a drink of water, hot Pullman Palace Sleeping Canr from Jacksonville to St. Louis and to Chicago, en al aSSng r and TCket oal,
or cold. alinouit two hours after each leaving Jacksonville daily at N p. in., via the famous t i W RlA illn


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THE NEWCOMER NI -. .
AT PICKVILLE Nine* n *
o.... Tenths 1 4' BAR E -
: of J es /M M.'.- ... ,'
the mining town facetiously dubbed
Pickvilie. Since the placeSo emffged _t____E___' "
from the grub (camp) Into the butterfly aITthe "
o,.o.-.. ..' -o- People a sr-im" ------haf l h 1 W m. A. Be a t:, o, :k r
en within its (or'-porate limits. and they DpIw k1ID p
all warried. N,come" s1a young wom- I IN W A43 Noa D, o
stss.M. s Suffer upt 243 Nhrtp BS StM.in h
dealers ai.d gamb;ulers ,re amoug the f mn B "t -- ".
eligible nlen it Plicekville. besides aa
young marn. AtAhur IIn;ggiins. in con-
sumptionl. who C.ame to sare his life i e n ofSt ben. 3
and to save their church nor salary. The day after LIVer. P NOTICso eE..
Molly Grifton's appearance eery bainch- *
would dn the town wafs arg as to who Do yo un Whiskey for medeimnal or other purpose? If so, ask
would drw tie prize, for it was uot for prie and descriptive matter.
for a moment supposed timlt any good SeN by Dr.J. M.Js s. DA'
looki ,,g yo ,,g w oman, w would rem ain -D.1Jews.
without be0 __The Riveride D& Ining opany,
lng pu ih a coTnie without bea--. A -- Manufacturers of High Grade Old Fashioned
ted like an algebraic problem. ATLANTICLINE RAILROAD North Carolina Hand Made Whiskey.
wine on wa not considered at allst; the The Great Through Car Line from Florida-C. nunctions: Also Peach and Apple Brandies.
mine owners had wives in the eastthehe ourGoodEnough" Corn Try our 1ixe. Rye
merchants were none of them pro- THE The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charleston. Richmond W ot*rKy atOp0oo) gonu CornTpery allon.Ry
ficlent with the guun; the miners were T THE t and Washington. e aper gallon. wh a at .n r an
too busy to look after their interetsshigto.. We are situatedIn tho heart t the mountain eton here the purest of ai w
o temae, and ca npoI h ya wia d eofo quality of which is unsu

This ft thee blers to ght out THETheLouisville & Nashville via Montgomery. notice, and we positively guarantee every drop of whiskey that rsgo out of ur
Among tbemse We promiseprompt shipment, express rates that will interest you. ie us
The most dreaded among the gnm- O Eesi The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via montgomery. We guarantee absolute artifact everyarulr. -
blers was Fox Armstrong, and when Rver u D 4l[fng Clo n y I a
he was observed to stop at Molly Grit- Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
ton's store and buy up the first edition TO THE New York, Philadelphia and Boston. We referyou by permtissionto First National Bank, Htate-svile, N. (.. Key a&f,
of the stock, cleaning out the shelves J Oit 1 Via Savannah and merchants and Miners Transpor Htt e .or att DcJ
entirely, the rest of the profession con- tatios company for Baltimore. .........
eluded to keep at a safe distance. But Via Norfolk and steamern for New York, Baltimore .deeeee *****eete .'. ...
one man in Pickvllle had the audacity and WashrMington. eY e f N Y B
to buck against Fox Armstrong, and To Key West and Havaaa,via PMeniular and Occidental Steamship Company. MrA
he was a young prospector named To Nova Scotia, CapeBreton and Priace Edwards Island via Boston and Canada, I
Stephen Bartlett. Stephen was the Atlantic and Plant 8teanship Line for Halifax, Hawkewbury and Chariottentown. |
only man in town who seemed to find
favor with the lady, and, though he Summer Tourist Tickets L
had not the means of wooing by trade. Will be on sale until Sept. 80, to the primeipal resorts throughout the country, .,
as n the case of Armstrong, the scale limited to return Oct. 81. Write the undersigned, and state where you wish to Through tickets to New York, PhLoiladendon, lpton hianton,
was turned in his favor by his manly go, and proper information will be given. ProNew Haven, New Londonl Rier tonin atn,
and honest bearing. his cheerful dispo- Smethig NeW
whstioh and certain attractive to wus Summer excursion rate to Washington. D.., from Daytona $44.3, with 15 day O ALL NOa znaIRN POINTS
which rendered him attractive to wo- transit limit in each direction, tickets limited to Oct. 31, 1902. Inten-bangeable
men. ws warned by is friends milegetieketgoodover 13.000 miles of among the principal railways in the at rates IWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Threeteamer
that as he valued his life be should southern states, are on sale by the principal agents. traim every Thurday, leaving Jacksonville as follows:
refrain from any attention to Miss For complete information call on W. F. JIBB, ticket agent, or addrws Via the Sea Islands ........................10:10 a.m. (Metropolitan Limnitel-.)
Molly. FRANK C. BOYLETON. Commeial Agent, Via Plant System........................... 3:15 p.m.
As a firecracker has been known to J. A. TAYLOR, Traveling Passeer Agent, Via Seaboard Air Line................... 7:40 p.m. (Fast Mail.)
kindle a city so a meek and lowly man 138 West Bay St., Jacksonville. Florida. 0 Pamsengers leave Daytona 5:29 am and
started the shooting that was bound T.M. EMERSON H. M. EMRRaON W. J.CRAIG, 3:22 pm, making close conrwxtions.
In time to take place on account of Tra.eManager A.st.Tet Manag.er e Pa.Agt. For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservations, tickets. etc., address
Molly Grifton. Fox Armstrong one ,,nt2gton, .. -
night ceased dealing faro at 11"30 .. .. ...--.. .-. ..-- A WY PV 7 Ab..nt 22J) West Bay Straet. "
o'clock on account of an indisposition. -- A* WY Agen Jacknvil da.
concluding that he would go to his 0 --7- 2WUi"-i--fl.- FloI** I.. .....
room and turn in for the night early. RGeo. H. Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, la.
Passing Molly Grtfton's store, I wasA O
surprised, though all was dark within, L A -
to see the door standing ajar. Think. A A pa Lw t
Ing that some one might be approprl- S
eating Molly's belongings and that he
might ireit ith her Air Line Ralway Special LRates
Ing the thief, he sidled up to the door I L o ae
and listened. Low voices came from ,
the room behind the store where Molly CAPITAL CITY RO UTE ,
lived, the one a woman's, the other a 0 OrIif iCOoTrAn, U U OregO ,
man's. Armstrong at once assumed 0 The Shortest Route. TIw JI~t Linp.
that his rival Bartlett was stealing a a o Mont anh N W
march upon him and got his revolver iDouble Daily Service, Iucluding Sundays to w O the O
in position to handle readily at the :
exit of the intruder upon what he con- SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, 0 VA
sidered or wised to consider his owWAHING's'ON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK 'Western & Atlantic Railroad
domain. Presently the two Inside ad-Western & Atlantc Railroad
vanced to the girl; "take it. hop. with THIROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPERS. It is the Only Line Operating 7
a"Come," said the girl; "take it o Dally Througlh Ptullman Car Service betweenJacksonville and New Orleans. *
"Do you s pose I could live a mo- NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry
ment amnong these men if they knew *
you wre frurnishi,sg me with money' Forfurther information write to I "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE
"But they don't know it." For further information write to
er well; I will take this. Next A. 0. M DONELL, At. Gen. Pa. Agent, Jacksonville, Florida D September and Octobe 1902
week I am .goig to work with a pick Du JJfnilg OctoDer, 1902, 1
and shovel." '
"You will do no such thing." --For descriptive matter, rates. -.hedules, etc., write to or .all on
There was the sound of a kiss and E. J W walker F P A.,
the man stetppied into the street 1 F
Great heavens! It was the parson! |212 West Bay St., or A. V. & W. Ry. Ticket Office, 201 W. Bay Ot., Jai-ksonville,
I consciouss uf being observed-for C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass Agent, ii. F. SMITH, Traffi. Manager,-
Armstrong occupied a position where Atlanta, Ga. Nashville, Tenn. -
he could not be seen-Arthur Hugglns
wended his way toward his room. .. .. -. -
Armstrong followed him and when in .-
the center of a bridge across the gulch .
accosted him: .
"You white liveret! hypocrite"- be I had been troubled a'year, off and on, with constipation, bil?
was beginning, but paused. A step iousneees and sick headaches. Nothing seemed to ldo in. any goE). B
was heard on the far end of the bridge, One day a friend asked me what the tronldle was. Wiwn I told
and iu a few moments Stephen Bart- pr., "
lett came up and was recognized on- him he recommended RItIP-A-N Tabules. That evening I got a I .
der the starlight. box, and after the second box I began to feel soI inu.h relief that 1 "

night! What does It mean?" now and carry a package of thetm in lmy ix'ket. .. ,S^
"That e has been skulking t with
Molly Grifton, which I don't permit."
"lie has as good a right as you any- (J, gives reli't.
way," said Stephen.
"You give me great joy in taking his




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