Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: September 13, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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DaTtona. Florida. Sept. 13. 1902

IThe time for the equino-tial storm is
Near nt hnn.I

We wish you to know that we are looking
after your necessities and interests, and
when in need of seeds or tools, come and
verify the truth of the statement. P *
Bring the good wife and babies with you--
we have something to show them. P


W. H. EDMONDSON, Manager.

Worth Beach Street



special aiesment committee have
i their work in making the ap-
for the two-thirds amm.s-
t the recently made improve-

aboaleost of the drainage of Cot-
-cot S387.32, which makes
t against benefited prop-

of remarliug Volusia avenue
t railroad to Ridgewood cost
which makes the assessment
abutting property 27 cents per

-wood to Beach street cost
which will cost the abutting
holders 2.3% cents per front

amount of the ost af the improve-
bedefrayed by the city amoulito
.33, while the amount to he paid
y holders amounts to

Oiy Flathers are very anxious that
aiem menot be paid as soon as
as they want to make other im-
Ifore the winter season
W, and as the total costa of the
have bee paid out of the
it leaves the funds very
S kiniretembursed.


ia attMetion of local sportsmen is
ai the following dispatch from

ill cost you four dollars and
Seats ad it is cheap, cheap.'
mllMoe of the Peace Chelf yesterday
tmurt when he assessed the above
W*a about a does sports for shoot-
"at-. For some time past there
m pIromieoou slaughter of this
. saad meful bird, and Sheriff Gene
swosped down yesterday and cap-
Sam nberofthe ibullbat,'and had
armed bfore J unsi e Chelf. The
nlMd entirely upon insects thus
Lon maLkind of a lot of pests.
a number of prominent citizens
Sanstod and = Id, the community
eougratUlm Sheriff Law and
h C l or their acts."


J. VandeVord and Miss Mary
were united in the holy bonds
Suaday afternoon at the
M. E Ch(ureh by the Rev. J. B.

Shapy couple left at once for De-
whie they will spend aew weeks,
t will return to Daytona and
goS lough cottage, near Mr.
el apiary.
I*Me-Newe joins the many
he bride aladgroom in wishing
hp weddedlie, enlivened by
plaMssem sand comforts of the

lartiesM a well known inl
and will make their home here.
ni iVordi a nsucessful propa-
fascy Italian queen bees but he
alose sad we know this new
pisside i the buminew, adding
and womanly counsel, will
worth living to George.

Spread every morning at the
Bakery. "It's the kind
sheed to make."

l'Phone I)
. J



The following taken from the Pensa-
cola Prea is respectfully submitted to
the bankers of thive section:
The First National Bank of Pensac'ola
has introduced in this city the latest
and most up-to-date, as w4el as most
novel invention caklulated to encourage
patrons especiallyy youths and young
gentlemen) to cultivate the habit
of saving their dimes. quarters and
We refer to the pretty and unique hand
savings liank, which is about the size of
a half brick, made (of nickle and is very
strong and secure. The depositor secures
one of these' little banks from thecashier
after one dollar has lwen deloneited as seP-
curity for the safe, or bank, leaves time'
key with the paying teller and departs.
dropping his spare change into tlhe' un-
ning little receptacle, instead (of s eMid
ing the coini foolishly.
In a little while dlepos itors even rmer-
chants and professional men. will find
that they have saved ten or twenty dol-
lars with lut little effort, which would
otherwise have been silent for cigars.
cigarettes. fruits. candies. etc.
Every person, espe-ially young men
and youths should possess one of these
little "aids to riches." It will encourage
the habit of having quicker than anything
else yet introduced in Pensacola.


That Daytona and IeLaind will soon
be connected by an electric railroad ni i
seelms assured.
Mr. unlap,L a promoter of enterlprisess
of this nature, has be en set to Floridla
by a party of NewV York eapitalists toc
make tirv liraliin ay rriangements for
forming a company teo build the riad.
Mr. Dunlap is now somewhere ill the
state, and is liable to visit laytona
most any day. Thw object orf his visit
here will be to confer with the leading
citizens and business men.
John B. Stets'on has pledged himself toI
take $2.',0414M of the stock, and other
prominent men. whose names thie' ha-
e-tte-News is not at present at filwrty Ito
mention, hlia signitled their intention of
lending their aid. financially and other-
wise to tlhew project.
Mr. Dunlal a fe.lw dans agoe informed.
a clhwe friend of the (in4ze-tte' Ne'ws ti"hat
the road will run from here to the l St.
Johns river and froe there on through
to K inseinllie.
TIhe city council oif Ileliand'- has al-
ready gravited a franchise e the ie llci-
pany. Daytona has l e'ni asked flor one
but under the' .ity charter it is necessary
that a sple'ial election Ie called in order
to give thelie property holders in lloppor-
tunity ti vote on the imattr.
Hon. F E. ondl has ldoe much t o-
wards starting the ball to rolling in
this matter.
A.n electric road through tle terri-
tory mentionedl would lie of unlimited
good to the ie'ople. It would greatly
benefit Daytona by giving the Ipeople
from Deliand and other inland towns
an opportunity to reach Dlaytona easily
and without delay in the sumilnier sea-
son, when so m anlly lof thlemi visit thle
le.i-hi. And it woullI lie convenient for
persons having business Ifolre tlie offi-
cers at the counIty se'at.

gi"Delicious honlel mlnde candy at Ithe
Grainling Bakery. Better try so lie of it.


We have made arrangements to j

an the entire crop of


and have them fresh daily; they

are worth 5c and 10c each.

our Pitrwxrg Stogies--3 for 5 cents

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. (cear
Pellet t Tuewday.
The Halifax Rifles are planning to give
a maclnuerade ball Thanksgiving night.
Carl fl. Knappe Thursday landed in
1 hours 102 pounds of Ipass from iPost's
Lawnrnee Thonlpson Inas had thie At-
lantic Itl.-k treat. teo a new eoat of
IfA.You can gpt hot e'offe and lunclles
of various kinds at all lihors at Mills'
Quick Lunc'lh.
The (Gazette-News wants several ioad N
of fine wood on suil.riIption lBring it
along anytiine.
Mr. and Mrs. ;..o. II. Footemi andl
family anr eXlpfeted to arrive l here in
couple of weeks.
TheI special trade edit ion of t he(, l a zjt te-
News will ile tile finest plaler e've-r is-
mted in this station.
Mrs. W. F. Jile and daughterr, Iessie..
went over to Itarlm.rville Tuesday fior a
few weeks' visit with friends.

M. It. Morrison drove over to Itarler-
ville Tue'esday with his ch'lil4irei andl
mother-in-law. Mrs. Heacoc'.k.
If 4liOur stock of blankets lias ailsio ar
rived this wNeek The values ca inot lbe
elpialed any where. Examine thlim at
Hend ricks'.
lbuis .A.\dhIr has closed il tI:eeait miwt w it h
Conitrlect'or 4i'ove foir lIthei' 'rect'ion l (two I wl
eaulltiful l.taues oill his properly oilln
site the1 IhoItel l.,-spllld.
i"'.A two-seated ulrryl a1 riinlliloult,
a gov'ernmiient tallied lifee Itloa. a:i soc
surf ll:it foir slIale.
II. I,. Koi'llt:ltsrlEs tl;E:l. S: ailri'ez,.
Mle('y Itros. arrived hioliie Tu 'leslday
'evening from Thimndlirll. i;i.. with
their laii'ich,. the 'liuiilii;I. 'rhey replorl
that they had i very gnoodl s11iin1.,r soea-

The Gazette-News vwanti;1s i 'or'rsp ll-
dent at every town and cloiiiimnityl
wilienr it las illnone. What it nulit is is li,
lineWs island it I\ ill :ippre-i.iatee.nf ilt rililit ions
from its frieniids.
lieuteali t Jibb lipassed 'lis ilnlitil e\-
amination with ali average ofl over il l
' ( nlit. Ie e xpe l t I-e'e'ive lis I elll.
ilisisioln li Ns S,4e-cld Lii th iiiiilit t'111ii-
paniy K. iii few da.is.
Thie' local eiNi r.-r:itir epr-eihirl i il ilii
ltee et 'iTiesda'v e'velliig aiid Ie 'c4il
ile.d l toi thi e ilOVer'ilr tlht lii:llie o4f 4 '.
R. ('(Cox fr aplpoinmit intlof Jusitice of thli
Peaie, vice' .1lhlin Williams. resignetl.
The Ilaytonl i Ive (meilaniyiv have y alnde
some of thlie largest sli h ieiitnts of ive t his
wt'k tIhall ever l'tore. llin 'Illestedli
V1 tlonls in small orders were shlillpped.
I'p to Thuirsday .' 2 tolins had Ieeii
shipjepl tilis week.'

J. It. Williiams. the genthleaiein who
plIlhaesed lDr. C'. S. eehiy's property lon
tlhe i-ll.illsii %%liwhe 0' lie hias IeeiNi resild-
ing this siillti.'ier, iimoved'l liis family toi
Arimstrong illi We11iie's. '. MI.r WWin jils
is a prmii iiiienlt t lilrm1il e o()I'peratohl r.
A 'coup' of weeks ago lightning
pl l :61e plif-eerf freak ionI alln oa1k tree' in
tlie yaLrd of larl VcWehner. It s-i'truck lthe
tren' alleolt 1.'s feet frili lh1e' gr. iind. amiil
took a block 4of ewotod right iil of t lhe
place where it struck and did noilt splin-
te,-r t.lie bialan11 1'S of lie' trel', whatever' '.

The fall examination of teachers was
lhl il Iineland last. wek. There were
oiilyV ten applllieints four wlhies ad llsix
c lolre'd.. 'liTho se who received eirtiti-
cates whelire as follows: First gr':ie.
E. 11. Y. 'Pailmner: third gralle, Miss
FranIesil Iiichelle. NMiss .liane l. Mann.i.
Thle Irei kers- y-tlie+' Seal ieze.'
has just lo-1ii lease,1l for thlie wintei-r sea-t-
sonIl to I,. Itini. of JacksonilVile'. 11r.
BHi liaI hs i'eeii llproprietoliir (of The l'Cliff
House,. 'Talliila Falls. I i.. fill' or ii-re sea-
seions. andl has Meeii doinil a very large
business. Ih, forwierly imanlaged The
Grand 'iew..lacksoeiville'. The ltrei'kers
will I o' lellied abotll Nov. 11lIi.
A.ngent .1ibib has hdi:l s1 i vinery we-
come. impilrovement-'lil s in1.le, ;it lie, rail-
way st aion l. Where li-'eretolore' i hinire
pulld le of \\t;i 'i st l ill ililt e(f ithe
entrallce' gate' eeLh'Vry iVie it railed, a
largeI quantitivy o'if lmarin'l lia.s ievn put lon
it 1anid tlie' spot is lno\ high -1iiid dlry.
He ilso had i a g;i- euIt ion tlie north-
westi endil 11f i. l;. fll'ain 1i so tlat fool
passengers lare no ll Iier reiiiirel lto
make Ilei,'' \it I,\ lie' W -ile ill lh:it
i'hii-a iigei's eil 1.
E. 1. She-ar. prolpriet.r o'if thIe Iayta111
Steam Laundry, wi'. o was'il i lha- cmpanliel'
hvy 4;.4i. V iidlervirllrid1. a1ls l, if 1li t iin.
wevre pleasant isiltrms it l liies efil llon
Mondait Mr. Shear le-iiii-hin Mr. adil
M r .1. Iair IcItt froi I l;iN 1ioni;i ito their'
hoe 'in 'eorgi:inlim iin hi- lainlilih. their .o-
nahih. which. hiowever,i. lie' I,11i so li\'edl
ast to o |rd r that li|.-llil inn.
cui iiir miicde';i lri', ii i,' it ii' ,I IIeh 'hle it
ime aii nd 1 illd it iiitl rii'lhi lli., sl.>icrieg
,over a dlay it Titiiscill.'. eon the return
trilp, teo work upl his Il:iiidiry llill-in. ss .it
this p ice.'.-Titii ill' .lix e ilate
aS, It's al0iitl iine lo hilink nif he.evi0ii
.-nl c ii olii0se i\.ed 1l1 KoI-t A i(;\ illlneI

Mim Belle Maley is assisting in Peck's
drygoodcs store.
E. T. Conrad & Co., have been busy
this week "taking stock."
The masaluierade ball at Keatings
Casino was well attended.
ItW"Whole wheat breaA at the Gramin-
ling ltakery every Saturday.
Miss Anna M. Peck, of Miami. is visit-
ing with her father. W. H. Peck.
Editor Jolley is spending an outing in
tlwi niountains of North Carolina.
Ie"' Call and examine the outing flan-
nels just n-eived at IHendricks'. They arej
client ie's.
Miss Hendricks went to St. Augustine
fuiesday to l I treated Ily Dr. Workly for
tlhront t roillde.

Mrs. C. B. Heston returned Tuesday
afte'rnn froin ai extene(.d visit with,
friendls at l'alatka.
I-. Position wantedas seamnstnms by
the day or hour. Addnrss, Mrs. .1. 4'
Ihktker. Kingston, Fla.
R. I. Wall arrived Wednemday from
the northland after remaiining one day
delia:rtedl fior ll;\vii, Cula.
IDr. and Mirs. tAleirt I'attion. (of IN
land. are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A.
K. troikaw anil o their friends.

Mr. and Mrs. A.. Ite'nnett andi
(larence. returned Tueslay from
sueiiili,'s visit aIt hhieWster. N. Y'.


Mrs. \V. Alcott. wholihas le''ii vis

it ing% with her sister,'
lass. let I.ineild to her

'l;ias. nirdliner hefti
iefr No\\ Yo ik. \I here.
I'. I'ek iln pIirl li.rhsilng

Mrs. .1. A. Doug-
h1ome at .I)land-
lc e1lli' 4 ll i),I, anl

e1 iiliI ille eI'l ih '
lie will assist F".
Ihe winter sthck

i)rdlers ar',. nii ew I-wing t:a!.'ni f[r tlI.
s(M '-ial It rlledle lit i llo tf til t- .f ;'Z't -Ne% ,-.
The price is tel11 i.nlits 1 .1 p.\ inlailed to
a1ly add1,'ss.
Ti ri;ite' for Ill- rIoenild trillp fro Da)ay-
tliina, to lWashinlgton. D). '. iii'\t Ilo nitlh
\\ill Ile $2.l.I. SO.Vrenll f'rot litere an'
ilatiiniiir t iiiike ll th trill.
Mrs. .I. A. IDonigliss ilnfor)l'l us that
ais ai rteslt ofh li.er ad. il lhle a'zitte-
News. ler d'e.ssmaiker will I- kept buLsy
fior stvera'l w-ks Iliponl orilersr ulnady
loll h1ill4l.
i\I M;NlaKizi informs ni ts liat Mrs.
ih h Kiiih' i- k t ,'l-ethini. tlih' building <(il
fll. I''ete'rs' lot, sotillh of (Gille's drug-
stiore ii st.,el olf Mr. I'trstrs. as we stated
inll lst \we''k's is iue'.
At tih- iilin'tillg iof tihe State' (ollgigar
tioemial Assorilatii ll held atNew Smyrna
hast week \Rev. Franklin M Sprague of
T'rl;nip;i was dep.os'ld from thie ministry
.aid I lit- rig 1t 1h.llnd oif fellowshill with-
dIr;iawn froim ihimn. Ti., vote stood :31
o i2.
Nln-. .1. M. .*IOn ies v.e' a party at her
lie rl,' \W'eliinesda;iy aifteirnool i in eleflra-
tioni if tilh e.i\t.e'iitlh irtllhdiy of Miss
tarrie. Mille.ltte. eof lHolly Ilill. Light
'efre,'l ein lts \\w'nre' '\rvcl. aeill tlhe
yeolllg Ie-opld' cIlljoyl.e a ;I v oery pileaatlilt
* tf I I O l IeIl.
I .M'. .1. I.. leoiihgliss will have lIe.
lirst t';ll ,e|.'llillt" o ,f iilline,,' v Ti'esdly
:ite.4ri'ieli. >Sli hl:is la h .arge'. and oi.-
h\lt, lill( of str1'1t lnts. re;Idl-to-wear
hits. llilelreln'ls sr.iool hats, itndl all
kiwils of trilniiill, 'ls. 'li'- lhldie s ire' i'or-
dially in\ ile I to uitttenll.
ve'i-ryV llsill'ss.inall ill Daytlolli shionl
have' an :alh',rtiseiii.'nt ill the (ia7Aztt4e-
Ne.ws liirin r tile fall ;ndll winter ilonthls.
Ne" ,ls iii.'r ;tl\e rt isiing wilhen widely and
judlicio'.ly dionle will lnbrinig grill re-siilts.
'i'lie j' d slil. y ihll'e Ioln lis of tli Ic-
ail i:,l.i.r teo lilil lotil w liheri they can
pu lirchis:-. lie Ix'st e' eiels at til-. Iea~st IJS-4
siellh eo -t.
.\x-l;ayor liGeere' II. L.idl ig nle'eolm-
panie dil e y lhis ,li. Chli'.rles. a;rrivedl TIues-
Il .y v e' iiiil i anlld tiir. l l .'iiig wai rnily
gre 't'idl Iyv their" 1111iy liniytoni friellds
T'li.v \\neit fiilll 'chVlen.ild to Ne' York.
ainil crilil' downli flroin thle'r, via tl, ('lyde
I inie. Mr. Ludwig iiforuims is that he
had 1 \:, ry pll.aisasit oee;iii voy.ge'. and
hli sj|;iks evry hi-ghly olf tie, >olurlte'lln
treat iteitt aece 'arhled lhiii b1y tile ofliieris of
Ite vesse-l. Mrs. Ilidwig and dalightier,
NMiss Alire'. % ill arrive' in llaytona e.i smie-
tini I.,I'-o I the' first oif inrxt n noitlh.


"My mother was troubled with
consumption for many years. At
last she was given up to die. Then
she tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
and was speedily cured."
D. P. Jolly, Avoca, N. Y.

No matter how hard
your cough or how long
you have had it, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral is the
best thing you can take.
It's too risky to wait
until you have consump-
tion. If you are coughing
t day,h et a bottle of
Cherry Pectoral at once.
Tbhi lI* : 2c., lie., $1. All rmetst..
C"oln-lIt 7oar doator. h* l.T. too" It.
thoi do as he aIyT I f hn ire yo" ."...

J. C. Pettepher will soon have his
boat yard in shape to handle work.
Wesley Herrick is rejoicing over the
arrival of a son at his home Wednesday.

E. J. Mills' little son met with an ac-
cident Monday, which resulted in a frac-
tured arm.
A. C. Barnett's little child had its hand
very severely burned by sticking it in a
plate of hominy.
E. P. Porcher and W. M. Moore were
elected to membership in the H. R. Y. C.
Wednesday evening.
SDr. H. H. Seelye has been appointed
city physician pro. tem. during the ab-
sence of Dr. H. I). Brown.
6IDon't spoil your films by trying to
develop during this warm weather.
Take them to Harris. Peck Block
Phone 91.

W. H. McBride, the efficient county
commissioner from the third district,
was a visitor in Daytona Thursday and
Services at First M. E. church next
Sunday morningat 11 o'clock. Preaching
by the pastor Rev. J. B. Hawk. Public
cordially invited,'
George Spaulding ihas completed his
house at Blake and moved his family
into it yesterday. They have hIen re-
siding on the leach all summer.
For Sale--A safe family horse very
reasonable; also a runialslit or jump
sent surrv. Inqlire of II. I,. Kc.Iher-
splrg.-r. lIre'akers Liyvery. Sealreze.
f Iharry 'C. 'hompsmn expects to leave
Sunday imotrningl for ('Crniell I'niversity.
We.lmie'sday eveninghle gave a farewell
catl party to 2-( of 1his young friends.
Prof. WV. A. Rush. who will lie the
llri'ncipal of tiw e S:ilreeiAze school the
elllinl" year, was over from elI.:lld
''lirsday, rn.-ting a ettage' f4ori thll e ze'n-
Wm.i'. I lrrold. colored. of Midway. wrs
liefore Acting Mayor Smith Thliursay,
charged with using threatening and olb-
scene language. The trouble cost himin
nine dollars.
Jludlge M. R. Cooper, Capt. A. W. Buir,
lIon. G. 'C. Floyd, ('apt. L. A. Cole and
Senator W. A. Ma.eWlllianis. of St. Au-
gustine. were guests of S'miiidt's Villa
one day this week.
E. L. Slhear expects to go to De*Land
the first of (h'toleer to take a law course,
in Stetson. lip will return home every
Friday evening. While is at college .AI
Winne will ibe in charge of thle laundry.
Manager .T. M. Osleorn. of the Daytona
)le'ra House, left Thursday morning for
New York. where he will remain for a
couple of weeks. While there li he will
look a number of good plays for the
coming season.
llishop Gray. of the Southern Diix-ese
of the Episcopal church, is visiting with
the Rand family (on the lweach. The
reverend gentleman will conduct services
in the Hlarroun lunihling at Gloodall,
, afiday evening.
'The iDaytoina schooll will comennince
t wo weeks from next Monday with thel
following teachers: Prof.4'. E. Richards.
Miss M. E. BIrown. Mrs. Maud T. liar-
rni, Mrs. Lida lialbbingtoun, Miss Susie
('Curry. Miss Rose Noble and Miss Liicie
Miss Maggie Hawk left Thursday for
(4rant I nivesity, Chattanooga and
Athens. Tennessee. where s ie oes to
take a coursee in music. Several of our
younli people are leaving feor college' this
moniteth, and the Giazette-News wishes
them' a successful year in the lpronc'!-
tion of their studies.
The' city concneil held a special nee'tilin
Thursday evening and decided to hiate
Beach street re-lielled from Niver's cor-
ner to Fairview avellnue. Shell will le'
furnished by G(ove & Strother for 304
vents per yard delivered on tle shore-i
It is estimated that the total cost will
Ie, 4112114, one-half of which will lie as-
,sssed to the abutting lprolwrty on the'
west side.


E. N. Waidrhrn has received' thie fed-
iewing letter frt c lie Stat. Entmonl d -
gist in n.r.frenle to tlie little hugs which
lihatve lu'n del.stroying considerablle grass
in this vicinity dluriling tlihe present sum
"Dear Sir:-Yours of tlhe 27th., with
:.cnliepanilyiling sie'imens are' at hlannl.
Thie insect thatt is troub ling you is tlhi
Chintz 7lig (Itlisani leuicplterus). They
imultiply ex edinglyl during ir'y weatlier.
ai, generally disapnle:ar iel lie te al.-
pearail-e of rains. Thie natural rellimedy.
t herefore'. consists in irrigai on or ian
;alundlant suppllv of water. If y.our
lawnts are not too larIge an lapplieation
of Iot water., nearly holding, will d,.s-
troy aic niy of the biug's and probably
,-iv, rlif until rains ,. oi11i 0ei I'aris
gn'.I-n is of cno value at all against the'
insects, nor any I|>iso.llecis inse'.tiile;
s.iln, thle insects suck andil do nolt hite.

"Blug Dea)th" is of little value for any
purii'wse at any time. It is very costlyy
insectide considering its comparatively
A1liall value. Yours very truly. II. A.


Council met in regular session with
President pro temn. Harris in the
Present, Ahld. Foster, Stevens, Mat-
thews, 0. Smith.
Minutes of previous meeting read
and approved.
Following bills presented and or-
hdered paid:
C. E. ichards, work on City
Ordinances and typewriting .$ 30.20
J. W. Wilkinson, work on
City Ordinances.............. 20.00
W. S. R(Nlogers, salary Aug .... 41.00
I. Humphries, salary Aug...... 37.50
W. E. French, salary Aug...... 25.00
J. W. Wilkinson, salary Aug.
7, and postage................ 13.50
Charles D. Reese, 14m) dog tags. 3.25
Halifax Steam Printing House,
printing 14t) tax sale
certificate ..................... 1.50
J. Bratt & Son, blacksmithing. 6.001
J. A. Van Valzah, M. D., at-
tendance on Mattie Baker. 2.00
H. F. Diugilass, commissions
as collector for 1902.......... 310.14
W. E. French, time men on
streets ...................... 42.14
Peck & Foster, feed............. 4.35
Pellicier & Rix, teain hire........ 1.504
Bills of R. S. Mal'ey for $54.02, and
Bond & Bo indl Co. for $11.94) were laid
on table to )Ie 0. K.'d by proper par-
Street Commnissioner French pre-
sentedl bill ,of costs of the improve-
iment (if Volusia avenue, between
Beach street and Ridgewood avenue,
amouniting to $702.i; same was real
and it was nimoved by Aid. Foster, see-
oinded bly Aid. Matthews, to accept
lnd refer saie to committee of Sloe-
as-ess two-thirds (of sane tol abutting
'property; carried.
Petition from B. F. Dillon, Slupt.
W. U. T. Co. for right to) run wires
down Magnollia avenue under direc-
tion of Counicil was read and it was
moved by AMl. Smith, seconded by
Aid. Matthews, to grant; carried.
Following report of collector was
rece'.iv-ed anld read : ,
(General revenue andii school
tax col(lected'l .............$10:W,3.20
L as.ssssmient and extra fill .. 263.99
Sle'cial asesssnments for im-
provenients .............. 1889.18
Licenses ... .... ........... 324.50
Reba'l te .................. 24.00
Delinquent real ...... ....... 18.1,O
Delinluient lp rsonal. ...... 3.G0

$1 2IS20,.3
Movel1d Iy Ald. Smith seconded by
All. Matlithews that collector's report
I,' ace-pted il anl ileld, c.'arried.
Mov.dI ley AIl. FoIster, seconded by
Ald. Matlthews, that Aid. C. L. Smith,
(<. Smith and B. N. Stevens be ap-
poiinted as a committee to investigate
puircia.'itng a suitable marl pit for city
if sani-' I"; fieiundl suitable price and
report to the Council; etlrried.
Moved by All. Matthews seconded
by Ald. Smlith that Mr. J. A. Hen-
d(ricks Ilt allowed to place a bicycle
rack in pa:rkatge (of Magnolia avenue
sou.iith of iis sto re, carried.
Moved by Aid. Matthews seconded
by AId. Siiitli, that the owner of the
N. I;5 of S. 841 of E. 2541 ft. (of lot block
4 Im' notified by e'lerk to clean same at
onve; carriede.

dlinances to City Attorney with in-
structions to give a separate written
opinion on same and to in no way de-
face copy of ordinances; -carried.
Moved by Aid. Matthews seconded
by Aid. Foster that Street Committee
be authorized to sell oty team if in
their judgment same can be done to
J. W. WILKINrON. Clerk,


William J.ones of this place has received
the appointment of baggage master at
)aytona, consequently his mother, Mrs.
Wmi. Jones moved up to the city
t his week.
Clarence Sparknman returned last week
from a long tour through Bradford and
other counties, visiting relatives and-
friends. We hear that C'larence is gdhag
to assist J. C'. Pettepher amn learm. ese-'
tricul engineering. We wishb im osecess.
Mr. Kenny, who lihas charge of 'Mr.
Wiloux's orange grove in the hammock
west of 1town. invited us and cur better
half toi drive' out and see how much it
has grown this summer. We were cer-
tainly surprise d. did not think there was
so niee a grove' in Dlnihlawton. We also
visited Mr. ( layt li's young grove south
of town. It is wonderful how the or-
ange trees have grown, and he has the
finest crop of cow peIms we ever saw..
N. S. Dayton, the lunmln r deal r. was
in town calling on friem'!s.
E. F. McDl).ie iis li iling ai new dock
for Col. RoIt and R. .lohlsoni ns uiilding
a handsome fei ce around his property.
Mr. and Mrs. John Yelvington were in
town this week visiting I.cr niotler,
Mrs. Win. Jones.
Mrs. Harry largennt is visiting her pa-
rents while Mr. Sargent is in St. Augus.


Tlie Florida East C'onst Hotel('ompany
thus announces is its olrating the world
famous hotels: Thwe Ponce de Leon, St.
Augustine, Rolbert Mbrrv, manager,
opens Wednesday January 14, 1908;
el )ses Wednesday April, '"15, 19)3,
Ahlcazar, St. Augustine, Jo3. P. Greavep,
manager, opens Wednesday, November
24<, 11.)2 closes Saturday, May, 2,1903;
Ormond, Ormond-on-the-Halifax, Ander-
son & Price. managers, olwens Monday,
January 12, 1,0Q3, closes Monday,
April 1:1, 1903, Tle I'r Bweakers, Palm
Each y-thl-sea, Fredl Sterry, manager,
opens,. Wednei'slday, Deceni'ber24, ,1902,
closes Thursday, A.pril, 2. 1903; Royal
Poinciana, Palm Is.avh,. on iLake Worth,
Freel Sterry, manager, opens Wednesday
January 14. 10:';rhloses Saturlay April
11, 19031: Royal 'almn. Miami, If. W.
Merrill, manager, olp-ns Monday, Jan-
uary 12, 1940.3, closes Saturlay, April
t, 190):l: CIolonial. Nassau. If. E. Bemis,
manager. ,opens We'onesday, Dcemnler
24, ltlA2. closes Thuirslay, April 2, 10)3;
Royal Victoria, Nussai, anolcume-ement
uadle later. The 'Coentinental, Atlantic
Italh, summer Ihotel; announcement to
lIe made liter.

"Ita The lcest stock eof comforts eve
brought t to Daytiona have just arH.ved
at lHendricks'. They re g-uaranteed to
be filled only with soft white cotton,



5, ooreh.r


WIflhKQ GOODS will begin to

arrive next week o *4 *




As- A- & wm A%- AOA"%k

-me AZL unuu.



-1#50 per YTear tn Advane.,
SlO eper Lmn Each Te.

***acn oile at DWytE S,

M Ur AIM1 State s B-Itor~
For 0- ime Second District:
For Comptroller:
For Seeetary of State:
For Juastieof the Suprme Court:
For Railroad Commissioner:

VOGasr iA *CO T .
For State Senate:
For Representatives:
For County Treamsurer
Ar Coumt Tax Collector:
For Oouty Assessor:
For Doad i Public Inatructiou:
For Comaty Commiuioners:
T. L *OD B

II Tom Jouois, o Oveland,
of the Ohiod.-
Mm ad b presidential candidacy
ateek is dartur.

Aadi ow It is rumored that Congress-
mea Robert W. Davis, known among
Ms i oelf admire a "Or Bob," is
to wed Mfls Neli Keating, of Washing-
tenm t February. Where cupid willI
St-imme amver eloretold.

|e OT mtlhlew opines that the ma-
jeodfjre is the primary system is what
a indd. We don't think a man who
Sli kt be obnoxious to a majority of
S o p- p should be nominated because
Se appms to have a plurality vote.
ISuks tMng would be pnesible under
to phys alty stm and we are opposed

A thick-ad-thia Republican organ
S -ebs to anomme that "Coagres will
ne n xt winter and It can bust trust@
S ster than Morgan can make em."
toN m ro trubeb rstingCogres

S pewdera te has pomessed many past
wi tme but a B pabUllcan Capress never
bhas bsted d ever will burst a trust.
"tl eox knoweth his owner and the as
his maseersib."

Florida bids fair to some day in the
-rfatrams become the greatest produc-
Slrate the Umlon. Over at Bartow
-mam ss fetj harvested 1Oalmof
laymring90 lbseaeh from 0 acre
SMand 140 days thenround will be
mady for1a sseoad cuttng when they
expect yield of 700 more bales. This
SIhay h from lead o which rops of cab-
S bage, Iki potatoes and beans have
S already been raised in less than 12

The ret elOctober is always considered
the opening of the business season. The
m atinl have their full quota of clerks,
ad every thing inamaa more basins
Uke ar. The indications are that the
aehaeats of Daytona will do a big
bnssM ths all and winter. They will
a they always do, carry a full line of
oOsaA al everybody can Snd exactly
wMA they wat. There is no reason
why aoe should go elsewhere to buy.
Our peapl sho M remember that it is
teir Aty to trade with their home

A auebflt over at Boka states that
bba dgramtls tyeare bt hinS m e5 I
aor devy dbo a worth iegood nsold. He
Smns pge for his buII amoa-
.amac weeks wakand tat as lJon
ast eoi read newepapm he will
adm 'eI There's a man possessed ofa
good had. Just as ooa as merchat
bog to look upon advertsing as a
b ea of their business which requires
as mseh ema as say other part of it
tlk wUadverting commence to pay.
HoMnes, orgtality and prei-
sa n badvldng make It a paying
VMWe.--Botuma (N. D.) Courant.

Sday when a newspaper was taken
d- ben he It made a good paper
Iolb MW Iavw kas piled, says
e OBei 1port (Pa.) Potter Democrat,
Msd the modI country newspaper i
to be mea sad because it contains
gt iMWy local or county newo-
N amt eaml bb got through Bo other
a-L M The fied of the county news-
p freti 4aedrisits own andadjoiniag


BOIL Jao2 M. Caldwell editor of the
JerwNews aad one of the most popular
Doierate in Florida thus gives his
ewoeas the primary and the necessary
maidmsntS to improving:
'IThe mmilament. nemesary to the
priaqryelection law of our State are,
in my opinion--
"First-For the State to pay the ex-
pesaee of the primary. This would give
the poor man an equal chance withI the
rich to bIedme candidates for ofliee.
"dScoad-Have ouly one primary ele'-
tion for all political parties instead of
a primary election for each party as at
present and have all political part'ie'
eaterig the primary represented on all
the boards of inspectors. This would
reduce the expense and secure fairness
in the conduct of the election.
"Third-Let a plunrality vote nonimnate
the candidates. A plurality vote elects
to office in general election, when' more
than two candidates are running for tikhe
same olice, and I see no goodl reason
why the rules of a primary should lIe
more rigid than those governing a gen-
eral election. Besides experience thais
demonstrated that the candidate receiv-
ing a pulrality vote in the first primary
is almost sure to receive a majority vote
in the second primary. And then again
it would save many dollars of expense.
"Fourth-Let thie primary election be
held not more than ten or fifteen days
before the general election. This would
shorten the campaign and redu e poli-
tical agitation.
"Fifth-Let the legal registration of
voters precede the primary election. This
would render unnecessary the trouble
and expense of registration by executive
"Sixth-Permit no one to announce'
his candidacy for office more than three
months prior to the primary election,
under penalty of being disqualified from
holding office for the ensuing two years.
"This would reduce political agitation.
give people time to say their prayers.
gather their crops and do sonime work be-
tween campaigns. As it now is, months
baolm one general elections conies off
candidate are announced for another,
more than two years hence. If this pro-
vio n was embodied in statute it % wouldd
gtvi a long-Ruffering people a bless'd
and much-needed rest.

Vm Knew Whet Yem Are Takiag
When you take irove's Taust'leis ('hill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottkle showing that it
is simply iron and quinine in tasteless*
form. No Cure, No Pay. 2."w.


The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. J'ull
Railway owns and operates over (;.(;00
miles of thoroughly equipped road in
Illinoie, Wiseonsin. Iowa. Minnesota.
South Dakota, North Dakota, Misnouri.
and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
It owns and operates all equipment in
service on its lines, including Sleeping
Cars, Parlor Cars, maintaining an excel--
lence of service unequakll on any railway
in the world.
It has been a Pioneer in the Northwest
and west in the use of the blmok system
in the operation of its trains, in the
lighting of trains sy electricity, eating
by steam and many other progressive
methods, which have added safety. coam-
fort and luxury to travel. It is always
the leader in that direction.
The Pioneer Limited Trains hlotweetn
Chicago, St. Paul and Minneapolis have
the comtliest and handsmnewt 'Sleep-
ing Cars in the world and the bI'st dining
Car service,
Time tables, maps andl information
furnished on application to F. A. Miller.
Gen. Pass Agent, Old Colmony liiiiling.
Stps the Ca gh id Works off the Cold
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets inire a
cold in one day. No ('ure. No Pay. 2.nm..

Registration Notice.
The registration books for IDistri. t Noi.
8 will be open Mondays and Satilurlaiys
from Sept. 1, 1902 to (htioler 11. 19,,2.
at the hours of 8 to 12 a. mi.. ainal 1 to .-,
p. ni., in the City Hall.
Deputy Itegistration (uni,'er.

A Medicine for

Old People.
Rt". ,Ga. y. wich,, Kas., is
PtF A yet e says: "I
im emlspimcsdseM keath for a man
.mdlad- twtiredtoterejuven.-
lilm sif Dr. Miles' Nervine.
It Mg- ad st when nothing
. wK. how s .m egth ad vitxl-
y ven t o e of my i old ge.
"lImm esldie wt"res Mr. Geo.
Waemaf o t "a, "md I have
bh anet serfn Mervousness,
ULsa.d pinal trouble. Have spent
1noib 1s mn",or medicine and
ddMbtwihb lie bemfiL I was
sbe y ad- m owed Mf *of weak-
seL I begamiDr.Mfs'Nervine,
ad I know it Saved my life."

I Nervine
d e from the insane asy-
W A. M. Heifaer. of Jerico
suit. "I was so nerv-
n i*- A L-..N v-

eral cussedl.ess."
"That's what they Is. 1 tell ye, stran-
ger. "Ye don't utiderstand."
".You have declined to give up that
whihi to a woman is a great deal.
while to you it Is nothing. Miss Owens
was right to insist on being married by
a p:r.oion, and you were ungenerous to
refuse her. Now, let ine give you a bit
of advice. Miss Owens is still single?
Yes. Well. go to her and tell her that
when you first met her you were a
blundering idiot and that later you
were an obstinate brute. Say that If
she will overlook your past errors you
will spend your life in doing penance."
"Why. stranger. if I was ter do that
I'd never have my own way about
anything afterward."
"It is the only way to have your
own way about everything with a wo-
man. Toss it all into her bands, and
she'll toss it right back to you. More
than that, she'll expect you to lead,
and if you don't lead she'll not respect
"Ye don't mean it' Say, stranger,
what sort of a makeup do ye call that
The next summer I rode past Farmer
Dale'-: place. It was the trimmest
looking farm in tlhe county. After sup-
per the farmer toll me how much bet-
ter contented lie was while Mrs. Dale
was washing the dishie.

.A iOI MI NI ( N 'I,\1 <

.1r. dlitor:-Allow i, tio spwak a few
words in fa voir of 'liamuiberlain's Cough
lei'nedy. I suffereil for thn'e years with
thle Ibrn.Thiitis andl ,oild not .shep at


For Colds-La Orippo I


I was on a wheeling tour anM
stopped for supper and all night at i
forlorn looking farmhouse. I was sur
prised to see no woman about, all tih
work being done by the owner of tih
place. ~ a Dale. After supper I light
ed a pipe and sat on the porch smok
lug. l,:.le came and sat beside me.
**Yo.i hae finished your evening
chores early," I s-.id. "When my wife
is without a servant. she never geti
the dishes washed before 9 o'clock."
'"Waal, ye see. I don't do It thai
a-way. I wash dishes oncet a week.
Then I put 'ean all on ter the wagon,
drive 'em Inter t he cretk. take a mop,
an' when I get through they shine like
"Don't you think a wife would be
handy? Shte eouid t!o our mending."
"lDion't need no \vif'. I got needles
an' thread ni' Ibuttons. There's my
kit." And lie handed me a case con-
taining the articles mentioned and no
"Where's your thimble?" I asked.
"Don't need no thimble I tried one
oncet :in' couldn't use it. It's handler
to git the head of the nteedle ag'in the
wall an' drive it through that a-way."
"Did you never lihave a love affair?"
"Yes. oncet. It was when I was a
young feller- very young an' very
green. I used to look on a gal as a
heathen would look on :a snered lin-
age. There was n little one llvini
across the creek, Farnmer Owens'
daughter Daisy. I'urt. ? Ye bet. an'
gentle as a kitten. She itIk it shine to
me. I wIas a fair hlokin' young feller
then, straight an' slim an' light on my
feet. One evening' I was a-passin'
Furmner Owens', and I Daisy come run-
uin' out wit l her liinier a-bletdin' an'
asktld me ter tie it up fur her. I had
ter git her arm nmider mine somehow
an' hold on ter hter hantid an' wrap the
linen strip an' wind the string an' a
lot of things all at the same time.
While I was a-doin' of It her hair got
ag'in my cheek, an'-waal. I lost my
head an', turning put an arm around
her an' kissed her.
"Do ye know, stranger. I've since
made up my mind she done it all a-pur-
pose. I b'lleve she cut her finger on-
tentionally. I tell ye, women folks Is
"I think that was a very nice fem-
inine way of catchinIg your attention."
I remarked. "G(o on."
"That's jist what I did do. I went on
from day ter day. week ter week, till
it seemed ter me if anything happened
between mime an' that gal I'd collapse.
Something' did happen. Farmer Owens
tuk a farm ih:n' fur the hayin', an'
what did Daisy do but take him out In
her bugg. that her father bought fur
her at Christmas an' drive right by
that house a-purpose ter show him off
ter me. I tell ye, stranger, she had the
wickedest eye in her ye ever see."
"Another feminine trait," I observed.
"Miss Daisy was evidently a woman."
"She was a woman, stranger, an' the
worst kind of a one." Dale went on
lugubriously. "She broke me all up. I
Jist rented this farnmi an' went away.
I didn't come back fur ten years. Then
I made up u'V mind that women folks
wasn't wuth worryin' about, an' I tuk
my farm ag'in an' began ter work it.
The fust time I went by Farmer
Owens' Daisy come out-she had grown
ter be a line looking' young woman of
twenty-six-an' what do ye suppose
she did?"
"I can't imagine."
"Asked me if I wouldn't tie up a cut
finger. She had the same wicked look
in her eye she had when she drove that
lopsided farm han' by my house ten
years afore. Women is the persistent-
est critters I ever see. I jlst squared
off an' said: 'Ye don't git me that
a-way ag'in. Ye done it oncet, an'
that's enough.' But. do ye know. stran-
ger. she was so slick about It that In
five minutes I had my arm about her
an' she was a-restin' her head on my
shoulder. She was a cryin',1too-cryin'
crockerdile tears, no doubt.
"WnII, we was engaged, but It didn't
Ins' long. The question come up as
ter whether we'd be married by a jus-
tie" or a parson. I don't like parsons
myself, an' I wanted a justice. Daisy
wanted a parson, an' she was so blame
set about it that I reckoned if she was
as obstinate about a small matter like
that she'd be wantin' ter run the farm,
so I called the thing off. an' I've been
Ilvin' alone here ever since."
"Mr. i:tle." I sal., "0you have mis-
taken natural feminine traits for gen-

Good manners Is the art of making
those people easy with whom we con-
verse. Whoever makes the fewest per-
sons uneasy sla the best bred In the

This signata is oe very box of the g ase
LI native BromoQQi te oso
the nrmed tLat a e ase e- e dMay

A Halft partner.
A.--That woman who Just went out
Is the partner of your Joys and sor-
rows, I suppose.
B.-She's partner to my Joys all right,
but when It comes to my sorrows she
slips over to see her mother.

Rodrick-Say, old man, you have
been through the ordeal of proposing.
What does a fellow do after he pops
the question?
Van Albert-Why, he questions pop,
of course.-Chicago News.

Protect younel, amd don't trust t
. Pn,idence. Comdlering the harm
a done, "ngleet" belfor Id after taklM
e aeold isaphyalerigme. 0Ton ms
- prevent a cold, or, If too late you c
* ensure yourself again the "after ef-
eet." for there in the geatet danger,
by usingDr. Hater'sIroTonic. Few
die fra0m old~ or Ia Gripp or C
tarrb. They die of the after eft&
Them diseases all weaken, al to a
weakened body come rocking a boot o
diseases that hasten on weak lungs,
heart, stomach, kidney, and othei
weak parts that we seldom think of.
SThe easiest and best thing to do is to
fortify the system o that you will not
catch cold, but if too late to do that,
then you must me that no lasting In-
jury is done Medical authoriUes all
agree that irot iuthefighting elementof
the blood enabling the system not only
to ward off disease, but to fight itafter
it hs obtained a foot-

L is Jt the remedy needed, Ba it aup
plies the blood directly with the iron it
requires to combat Colds or La GrIppe.
Take it before, during, or after. If
taken in time, it will prevent; if taken
during, it will shorten the course; if
taken after, itwill prevent all bad after
Women are especially benefited by
Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic, a they seem to
suffer from the weakness of Cold and
La Grippe longer than men, and they
are particularly oeptlbletotbeactiom
of a blood builder such as this. I

eot an Oeeas"o Perm Haste.
During the 81kh war the late PlField
Marshal Sir Neville Chamberlain, who
then held the rank of colonel, called for
volunteers to assist him In blowing up
a Iastlon. Three or four responded.
and the colonel led the little party
close up to the point where the mine
was to be fired. As soon as the ex
plosives were In place and the fuse
lighted the volunteers started to run
in order to get out of the way of the
explosion no less than to effect, as
speedily as possible to retreat to the
safety of the British lines. They had
not gone a dozen yards before Chainm-
berlain shouted: "Come back! There's
to be no Indecent haste, young men.
We'll walk." And walk they did, while
the fuse slowly sputtered down to the
waiting powder.

A Miner Consideramlom.
The ambitious young woman was
attracted by an advertisement, one line
of which read. "How to Become an
Author." The advertiser claimed that
by his method failure was impossible.
So the ambitious young woman sent
on the necessary trifling sum of money,
and by return mail she received a slip
on which was printed this bit of ad-
vice. "Write something."
"But," she protested by letter, "I
already have done that, and it hasn't
been printed."
"We congratulate you," was the re-
ply. "If you have written something,
you already are an author. Publics-
tion Is a minor consideration, with
which we have nothing to do."-Brook-
lyn Eagle.
Managlng the Baby.
Young Matron (with theories on the
care of children, to nurse)-Jane.
Young Matron-When the baby has
finished his bottle, lay him In the cra-
dle on his right side. After eating a
child should always lie on the right
side. That relieves the pressure on
the heart. Still (reflectively) the liver
Is on the right side. Perhaps, after
all. you had better lay him on the left
side. No, I am sure the treatise on
"Infant Digestion" said right side. On
the whole. Jane. you may lay the baby
on his baImck until I have looked up the
matter more thoroughly.

I ismilly I"wrins with tlhe synmiptiinms mof
:i i'mli11im1 i.imlil: tlhIen' is <'hillil'nss. siirm'
tlironi ht skill. mlii k pimlse. lii,:irrni.' is
su.lll loses tof ll rmiil's (hlie hilll \ ill
i.ry fir it) and Lit th.e tirst rigmn if "
,rouply,'ouih. apply freiuentlv lallhtrl'.-
Snw Limnmmint eixterinally totIhe thlroiat
.,Or at .I..1. .li es.





A Neatess and a rtlIuamer That
Ase Abseluelyr Panlatl Pervade the
Whole rasee-ulles W hle the an-
habitants Must Observe.
Far up In northern Holland among
the dikes and canals of the little king-
dom lies Broeck, the original Spotless
Town. The palings of the fences of
Broeck are sky blue. The streets are
paved with shining bricks of many col-
ors. The houses are rose colored,
black, gray, purple, light blue or pale
green. The doors are painted and gild.
ed. For hours you may not see a soul
in the streets or at the windows. The
streets and houses, bridges, windows
and barns show a neatness and a bril-
liancy that are absolutely painfuL At
every step a new effect Is disclosed, a
new scene Is beheld, as If painted upon
the drop curtain of a stage. Every-
thing is minute, compact, painted,
spotless and clean. In the houses of
Broeck fc.' cleaning purposes you will
find big brooms, little brooms, tooth-
-rusgies. aqua fortis, whiting for the
window panes, rouge for the forks and
spoons. coal dust for the copper, emtery
for the Iron utensils, brick powder for
the tflors and even small splinters of
wood with which to pl'k out the tiny
bits of straw In the cracks l'tween the

Tuesday .....
floW TIDo.

5:6.51 :1

7:17 7:m
8.-00 8522
8:45 900.

Sunday ........................10:30
Monday ..... 11:16
Tuesday............................ 12-01
Wednewday........................ 12:21
Thurmlay....................... 1:01
Friday .................... 1:41
Saturday..................... 2::15





bricks. Here are some of the rules of suinwraptann. wing at along.
this wonderful town: PRINTING PREMBEM--Theossette-News
estizens must leave their shoes at th* hastwolarge size
printing presses, which

door when entering a house. will e sold veryeheap.
lBefore or after sunset no one Is allowed
to smoke excepting with a pipe having a
cover, so that the ashes will not be seat- .giL t
tered upon the street. Leeal NOtICeS.
Any one crossing the village on horse.
back must get out of the saddle and lead First pub. July 26; last Sept. l:-Wo
A cuspidor shall be kept by the front Notice OI hereby given to all creditors,
door of each house, where it may be ac- legaitees and distributes and all persons
cssible from the window. hvlniI claims against or Interest In the
It is forbidden to cross the village In a esittlte of Win. It. Byne, deceased, late of
carriage or to drive animals through the V1lunsi4 cut un il rida, ito present the
streets. saine' toitIhe unilersimgned within two years
street front Ihe date of this notice or the same will
In addition to these established rules i forever barred.
it is the custom for every citizen who MIRIAa B n,tratrx.
sees a leaf or a bit of straw blown be- This July sIrd, A. D., lott.
fore his house by the wind to pick it
up and throw it into the enual. The jFirstpub. Aug. 2l: last8ept.aO-41r]
people go 5(M) paces out of the village NTICE.
to dust their shoes. Dozens of boys t,.y i iht L.mh
are paid to blow the dt frofi be- A .mimillsl rulor Iof the Klstate of Arthur For-
tween the bricks n the streets four rer.i..deeasedl, will apply after thirty days
t tnoilce i'or as soon tIhereafter as he can be
times an boutr. in certain houses the jherl. tin .1. Lsee McCrory. county y Judge of
gumets are carried over the threshold Volusi Counmty, for the right to s ell at pri-
sos ot to soi tevaplie salt't& eti. Ihe following leserlli'd Real ':s-
so as not to soil the pavements. At tnle stntlute in Volusta County and li.elong-
one time the mania for cleaning in In to lihe esltte of said Forest-for the pur-
Broeck reached such a point that the ts,'lfln,.nillg at th'e north welt corner ofI
housewives of the village neglected! ,ot ti on.e of Meetl on :(wim hIlrly-six of Town-
even their religious duties for scrub- ,sh ofTiillhfurlth Range'-iheietrunlitngilony-the
bilg and washing. The village pastor, inorthimoundry line oii Mild lot lio sixteen
after trying every sort of persuaonhu nmdred feel, he.-ce south (.'75 two hundreds
after trying every sort of persuasion, mi '.vi'nlty-flve fe4.t, thenmce west l I IuI six-
prenclile a long sermon. in which he te,in hundred feet. thence north t(75) two
declared that every Dutchwonman who annd s 'ven.ty-live feet to phle 'sof I. glinnhlg.
had faithfully fullilled her duties to- Admininastrmator Estate A. Forest.
ward God in this world would find in -
the next a house packed full of furni-
ture and stored with the most various
and precious articles of use and orna-
inent. which. not being distracted by Onl 16 05
other oc'culpations, she would lie able y
to brush, wash and pollsh for nil eter-
nity. The promise of this sublime Irom .Jacksonville,, correspond-
recomupenso and the thought of this I ng rates frorm other l.)ints.
extreme haliuimess filled the women Iirst-elnss round trip tikkets tmi
esale'(let. :1.4.. 7an! i6, limit bly
with such fervor and piety that for tsin, .m a tlitisun, t
months thereafter the pastor had no N ,,. :. A.oiunt a;.A. A t. No
cause for complaint. extra iharg. for them fast time tor
Around every house In Broeck are luxuriousmmservice of
buckets, benches, rakes, hoes and
stakes, niall colored red, blue, white or THE NEW INITIAL
yellow. The brilliancy and variety of LINE AT
colors and the cleanliness, brightness .IACKSONVILIE.
and miniature pomp of the place are
wonderful. At the windows there are South= R-A Way
.,, ,,i sSouthern Railway
embrioidered curtains, with rose col-
ored rilbbons. The ,blades. hands and MOST LUXURIOI'S
nails of the gayly printed windmills TRAINS
shine like silver. The houses are IN TIIE WORLI).
brightly varnished and surrounded
with red and white railings and fences. Eveiryv morning at 1 o'cohwk.
The pamnes of glass in the windows are Every evening at 7:55 o'chwck,
bordered by m:iny lines of different fr'miJ .lacksonville; lems than 23
lhues. The trunks of all the trees are hminnrs to) W.smhiint on via
paittedi gray from root to branch. SiL4ith.lrin IRailway.
Across the streams ,are many little I'itv Ticket ()ffie,, 10S West Bay Stret.
wooI'ul I ridges. each painted as white .IuAmksmonville. Fla.
as snow. Thle gutters are o-namented
with n somrt of w forated like lace. The pointed fa. II. I;. C'.ARY. D. P. A., Jaicksonville.
cades nre' surmounted with a small .
weathercock. a little lance or some- I
things' res' niling a lunch of flowe:.s. $64.70
Nearly eery house has two doors. To
one in front Iitand one Iwhind, the last
for everyd'laiy enltraice and exit and California in Return
the forme'ier olpenedl only on great occa-
sions, sut'ch as births, deaths and mar- Via L. Q N. R. R.
The gardens are sa po uliar ns the l"irst-elass. round trip, tickets from
houses. Thle paths are .haIrdly wide .lim'ksM.nville on sale A.ugist 1 to 9. ('or-
enough to walk In. One could put resi.nling rates from other points.
his arm around tilte tlowerbeds. The "'ii,.rk.ts gtmiI gihig imoit way anLl a-,v-
da ilty a-lot s would Iarely hohld two t mi-minl itFl r. i" r l sntI- vr
persons s sitting close together. The lit-
tie myrtle heIdges would scarcely reach a ilmmg-'+n'llIi. 'ii] limit Sept. :I).
to tlhe knees of a four-year-old child.
lietlwven tLe arbors and the flower
beds run little c.'nals which seem made
to tloat pial'r I:oats. They are crossed
by miniature wooden Isridges, with l
colored pillars and parapets. There B RI NI) Ti'tlP ItATES TIlO SE I:'lt.iL
are ponds the size of a bath. which I 'I NTiS WEST & NORTIHWEST.
are almost concealed by Illiputian
boats tied with red cords to blue!
stakes, tiny staircases annd miniature

kitchen gardetis. Everything could be
measured with the hand, crossed at a
leaIt', demolished bty a blow. More-
over. there are trees cut in the shape
of fans. plumes and disks, with their
trunks colored white and blue. At
every step one discovers a new effect,
a fresh combination of hues, a novel
caprice, some new absurdity.
The rooms are very tiny and resem.
ble so mamny bazaars. There are porce-
lain figures on thie cupboard. Chinese
cups nand sugar bowls on and under
the tables. plates fastened on the
walls, clocks, ostrlclh eggs. shells.
vases. plates. glasses. placed In every
corner and concealed in every nook,
cupboards full of hundreds of trifles
and ornaments without name, a crowd.
Ing disorder and utter confusion of

For full information alddre.ss,
*I. M. FIFMIX<:,
Floriia 'PaLsenger Agent. !. & N. It.I..
IJac'ksonville,. Fla.

SLosley &Q
Titus x

POOL 4 4 -,v


colors.- Public Opinion.
"Smnne years ago I was one of a party -' I 1: I' I fin-rei-p.
that intended mak ingia loigli icy le trip." It. II. F ltr.:1l 4s 2'1 St.. Salt I.ake'
mays F. L. Taylor, of New Albainy, Inamil- City. %writes- I hIav. 4I'i'btlil- n rv t all
fold County. Pa. "I wastakeinsuddenly ithl dilsps.r-imiwi' rli.igstionit for 21 years n t ctes served at all hours.
with diarrhoian. and was almit to give' triila miIanly lI'tor itlm inht n-li-f; recen- Oyster staws n spet'ialty.
up tlin trip. whenn editor Ward of thi,.; l I gi at ta bIitle Ift lei.rinel. One' h1l otIle
l .eyville MeMnenger. msiAumgetetl that I ,'iiu',d me'. I amn n\vw laem-rinti off osn ltle .-

take Tm do of h if I'hIlma, lrlahin's I',sli, s.-4m)i11.ne I hamvi' m,1% i i,,,ime 'mns1l,,l iet, n10'v -1i I


Made from Distilled Water

Fn.tiory opIwn fromn 7 to 12 Hnda,.o

* Phone 48

Volusiaa Avene and

SS. H. Gove,
Re-siled-e and ofhie, northeast
RimdgewMNiMI and Volumia avenmsa
''hone M9. Daytona, Flodi

Ocan House, +
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor. -'
Rates $2.M) perI Day and Upwaaf;|
Slp.ial to Regular Ioardlrm.


J. D. Carmicdhml
Before ymu halve your pilumniniW don.
lie ian save y, u 1. (er cent. All wolt-
gniaraniitee. IRear of ('ity llotel. 841.


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eou m aot, o m l

Daytona Telephoe 4

Company |:

I connectt ions with Deland,. Holly
Hill, Ormnond and Moundgrove.

lo not be at a loss for something dainty
for their 'fre'shmlttet.. Send to the

for sin ie of their i liciouis breadd, ake t .
IIaIst ry.
A fresh supply is |proilui'ed eail'h id.
and each tirtic i is li-lghit, crisp. wh90b
Grinam ing Bakeur.
They will tlh,,e llh. in,,t and ie
crelit olln the h lists

Gramling Baker


Cabinet Maker ad
Wood Worker !



Steam and Hot Water
Estimates Frnished. Work
P.O. Box 285
Office at European Hotel. Shoplu

Daytona Ice (
WM. WNXIno, Manager.

For a bad taste in the mouth C'haun-
lerlain'Hs ltonirhnh ild Liver Tuallets.
For sae by till drug ists.

SOne-Ct-a-Wor "
SAlve under this heaul at thei' uniform rate
a ofe)NEI'NT A WORD. Nodl. ae-
ee, eptted for le-s thnn i5'enits. Inlllial"
S count tho same as words.
"1lfft11illl AII11flif11lifillll0l"l 1 Alif)
double furnish4lm riMoois onB Reach Mtreet for
rent. Inquire of Mrs. J. A. lougtla.s.. 9-tstf
W SIl>I WANTF'D-The Gazette-News doe-
sires severnl conlls of gOmmd stove wo




-w RMT tI sudo w

wll ta yrta dust nd dirt frm your floora
wodw;;;n--asthlm as clean as a whisl, Mlt a pin.
Notiif so 4o0d for wahsclothm and dishes.
a NWlTb DBiMa% SL la.-lMahArs lO OVAL FAIR SOAP.

maman happened to glance at him. he
dropped his gaze to the sidewalk, and
When a child looked at him he stopped
--- a ns though ready to enter Into conver-
[Copyright. tn8, by the 8. S. McClure action. Once lie patted a dog, and the
Company.] dog turned and followed him. At an-
Bat Pinaud stood on one of the hills other tie hlie p.ceked up a dirty, bare.-
fotied eaild ~r ing in a gutter. and the
child turned andl followed him alco.
were the forest and his past. the little Bhut at It-ntql lie reached them laeo.
esbil by the river, with his dugout Indicattl by the, letter aand was receiv-
hauled up on the bank, his traps and ed with marked consideration lhy the
smhlag poles and battered muzzle load- lawyer. who rose as lie entered.
tag rifle; before him-what? "I tiu v:rad you camnip so promptly,"
The afternoon sun flung its luminous the la'wv'r said 'defrentially. "I sup-
arms Into the city. while the forest be- pose y'o understand what a large ca-
hind wag becoming dark with Its own tata it iS?"
shadows. The future had come to him -Two I'r' towaz, ne t'"ik letter
ton the gold of his evening, ulit it Was .' es. tw, two hlinlre1 thio and." dwell-
the future of his dreams. Already he In, f.,.,,,l;y lcn e:i.,'h I,. "11.-re; sup-
bad forgiven the past. I p se i ti:kLt Ii,< l -iir while, I e x-
Of his poswesions lie had brhoughlit ihil:in the inI:Itter in d.'tiil."
only his "feedle" and the letter which n It l .i t sn ai'wli <;!li:.jieiily.. |li:nc'n his
passing trapper had left at his eabin. l:ilt ujiion tih.e ih!or an! Iih, "'feedilc"
The oue was to go with him into his a-r '.s his 1li'i',. T'ha' ii :'tllinel lawyer
future to be"educat. poleesh;" tlhe oth- taIld his tlha!d l s '-n s*iatthing out
itit ti t he alala'i ftuturat, to ilit' woiK.'rr-
er was the maglc key which would, ful Invhh Illit v is t'faiing tlo hi*u
ope theway. anad o little Pierre, l'.arriiiig to lay tile
This had been the one grief of his "f!ea!e" in the ri~lit way. Nuw ::ial
life-that be was "no edunct. oleesh." then "1 rsentna-e of the lawyer drifted
Music to him was only a common. nat- ito hbis reverie. aiind suddenly he
Wral thing, like breathing, without sprang to his feet with his eyes bla:z-
ates or science. What matter if hc tilg.
could wake the hermit thrush and orl- "Whin' dat you say? Tell uwe 'g'in,
quickly liee deniiidedl.
ole and bobolink to ecstasy, or bring ..About the tlw in the will?" tihe
moisture to the hardest eyes. or light- lawyer asked I:laridly. "Yes. that is
Mas to the most sluggish feet. or gen- what gives you the money. Lucky Ilaw,
ieness to the heart that had bruised I say."
Itself Into callousness? It was only "lit iican ol' minn Tatro like money
what came to him naturally, without go to hea Cousin Marie, on'y lie make
effort. He was no musician, he would slip in de will? Mle get him dat way,
tell yo with a deprecatory wave of his hey?"
hand---No, n on, m'sleur; not'in' but a "'Ihn' you I t. rly
poor little Canuck who love de feedle." The lawyer l(aked surprised.
He had had no chance "for learn de "Oh. coie Ilow," lie urged hastily;
true mule." "it's all right. TIll law sa:ys the money
But now it was all here in the letter is yours. Everything is straight and
which he held so tightly in his hand. aboveboard."
sad, though white front was stealing lIst re-ached down and picked up his
thickely into his hair and rheumatism hat. which lie placed squarely upon his
taking posseesaon of his limbs, lie went lend. Then he tucked the "feedle" un-
der his arui.
down the slope as eagerly and di.- ho ni lon to," he demanded
dently as a schoolboy on his first jour so sharply that the. lawyer moved back
ney Into the world of learning. and placed a (-hair in front of him. "de
Only once before In his life had the law or ol' ninin 'Tiro? lie law say gill
unexpected come to him., 1.000 from him Pie; al' mini Tatro say gib hibni
the very estate that was responsible Marie-hbuh!" And without stopping to
for this letter. Half of It had gone parley further words Hat strode con-
promptly as an Incentive in a "feedle tellilitiously into lie street.
contest." and little P'lerre, who had Thel su t ia nsl lt-hid t ie hills, and In
l l:nt' of its .,Iold'n la t-korning there was
carried off the popular vote and so won 1 rl i,.i shadow, pierced
the prize, was now at thie Boston Con- here, hyd ti 1 lat, ht.alectric lights of
servatory of Music for his "tedicat. thel ,. .:y. In lt l!, ii os the darkness
po"leesb" Bat's thoughts reverted to was without lbreaik. imt the trapper
him as be went down the slope. and lie wialk.tl tqu'etly into then nnd disap-
resolved that some of thia gre'at<*r for- nr- l. l Ovr yotiler by the river were

tune should flow over into the future
of tlhe poor shoemaker's son.
When he reached the sidewalks of
the great city. be went more slowly.
for be tried to take his hat off to every i
woman be met and to smile nt every
ehild and to assist all those he thiouglht
overloaded with bundles. Whlien a wo-

Kim..Ide PM. Snyder,
-- sm a"Aut (1t
th bed we =hmw mmeh
WON shownmsdh they wedi&W
*a d on = apiemdo swt
- s ay thY ansow"

Ib ~ O U ~saVm t Cru Thed&
Wei fti-t ad so I16.A it ad

Wine of crd iiaeruiaorof the
~ual Wfoacetios amd is a modt aw
- skagtook for wonn, It ctur
muty,u.iymmrd, torqet rq
Sth wom, wites mid bourn1. F~t
ksh~ whm spemombai om
rUouIE liw fe. tIfre-

lis e.:in. *aiil lithe duzuut on the bank,
anrd his tr:.ps1 :i.l tli'hintg poles, ind the
battered itiitzzle loading rifle. Hiewould
to back to tIln 1i.

ItllIN I;
1I: iliA I I:Oa,'i 'Till I 'l i.
\\. l;ii,m li-. "a I 'la ol f lI l. O ri i il ( ,,., ,,ai,
L hlni l ith1 1.ii \

.I,-.1 I liI. :;> i I .L a I I l h. o lf I;tall ar, I-
STno\ ,inioir ent ;iirl I i sri a Ir'llnI
lt i .f- i"c I hl .rI ".It..-.., t ia .i I.- l fh I
I \\li-'u t** ii'l ,*itirhel I :iln te-llililr" ll
Irinit tI-oo hne ." i a l. ;aiLil J l ; til u I

The ouword "eounter.elnie" Is a corrupt
toan of "tcouniterllont." t which Is Iitsel
a corrunptci of the yn," in term "ntl
fcita" whihvalry are p a wadded wrapp. i I'i
or quilt. an Whit the stmaitt' were noar ;w;,?i:ii.
ranged IWalter Rale it was caihis clak-
cita plun(a." worQue In French bet.aie
"colkte pounte." corrupted hito "tali-
tra puslte. uoorderarmot." whre t t own
Is prour hat. "y," corruk W ted ekly.to
"paLneat." We Be r t

Snt motto for men lit tr-de. It sug-
gests the duty of rsillsty Gone.
Wife (drearily)-Ah. me! The days lr -
of chivalry are past. the publ
Iryusshnd-ort.-WhPrit the matter nowk.
"SIr Walter llaleigh himid uis cloak
on the ground for Queen Elpatronizeth tobar.
walk over, but you get mad simply
because poor, dear mother sat dowur
on your hat."-New York Weekly.
"Lest We Be FoFgotte-."
"Lest we be forgotten" is an excel-
lent motto for meni In trade. It sug-
gests the duty of persistence In adver- \,, \\ at 'n
tising. The memory of the public is
very short.-Printers' Ink.
I'il Il | i
ier aLi .it.
Miss Mark-Does she patronize bar-

Who Eze eted Chnrles 3.f
In the ourial register of Whitechapel
under the year 1649 is the following
"June 21st. Richard Brandon. a man
out of Rosemary lane. This Brandon
Is held to lie the man who beheaded
Charles the First."
A less distinguished candidate for
the Infamy was one William Howlett,
actually condemned to death after the
restoration for a part he never played
and only saved from the gallows by
the urgent efforts of a few citizens
who swore that Brandon did the deed.
Brandon was not available for retribu-
tion. lie had died In his bed six
months after Charles was beheaded
end had leen hlirrlId ignominiously
Into his grave In Whitechapel church-
yard. As public executioner of London
he could hardly -escape his destiny. but
It Is said that remorse anid horror
shortened his days. In his supposed
"Confessilon." a tract widely circulated
at the time. lie clainis that he was
"fetched out of bed by a troop of
horse" and carried against his will to
thie scaffold: also that he was paid 30,
all in half crowns. for the work and
h'id "ain orange stuck full of cloves
andl a handkerehief out of the king's
pocket." The orange lie sold for 10
81shillings in Rosemary lane.-IIarper's
Wnshlnb lou'n ilrtbda r.
\'aslii:i'atoni'na lirtllhd:ly was made a
legaIl aholiyay by vote of tlie Mlassachu-
seltts h lgislaitre -April 15. l1IV); there-
for- l'elb 22. lsP,7. was first a legal
hili d: I-'or niaiiy years previous
Mrs. I:Iarri'on Ii.r:iy Otis hitd a recep
ltion nt lit r licnitc (on l.'el. ?'2. to which
aill tIle '-'phle of tihe city of Roston
were' lmnvitAd. Her house was open to
the public on that day. and before and
after the day beIanie a legal holiday
all the military companies of Boston
would parade past her house on the
22d. Probably the first occasion of
Washington's birthday being recog-
nized was Feb. 12. 17SI. That was by
the French troops nt Newport. R. I. As
the Illth fell on Sunday, the celebra-
tion was held on the 12th. This was
according to the old style of reckoning.
Chrcklmu a Ilemorrhase.
Even a very slight hemorrhage is al-
ways startling, but It does not neces-
Sarily mean anything dangerous. It
may be caused by a slight disarrange-
went of the stouiachi as well as by a
disease of the lungs or heart. No one
blut :ti exprilenled pliysicinn should
dei-ide this isquesthin. however. Let the
Patient lie tlni'etly anld give him cold
drtnl;< until n phlasici:m iina.i'S. A lit-
tle s-ait el water is a s iliiplt. fainmilliar
lia slli'ln ad rini, lv f,,r- such cases.
4Q iih-t nd re-st inr, ip a-ii\-i-ly essential
if hte <-a;ste is a sari ,u f'ne.
liurklsth i ( rnterien.
Upoin tin' i:i\ iaes ol' the dead In the
Turkis h c.neterieris little vessels of
w:iater area placed for the benefit of the
birds. and some of the marble tombs
have basis chiseled out for the same
purpose. the superstition t-ing that
Iirds carry messages abontt the living
to the dead and. like everybody else
In Turkey. are suspected of being
spiteful unless something is done to
curry their favor.
Prrlod of IDl'e- The period of (ut-. '.st sleep varies
from 3 o'clock to 7o. An hour or two
after going to Ie4 you sleep very
soundly; then your slumber grows
gradually lighter, and it is easy enough
to waken you nit I or 2 o'clock, but
wen 4 o'clock comes you are in such a
state of somlnolence that it would take
a great deal to w:vken you.

A Bad Breath

A bad breath means a bad
stomach, a bad digestion, a
bad liver. Ayer's Pills are
livcr pills. ,They cure cor-
stipation, bil. usness, dys-
pepsia, *:-. .'Jache.

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Moore & Co's.

W. F. Gile, Jr., & Co.


\V\'' hinvllv **il, 11 our a inw t loIr I'e i nel I1O %all% 1 ri.-ai'y foIr yoir ir
tral Iv. .1\ aW liu ... w fli:|i silaivsllh ,, o|illo s ilh w h llt' st Ipwl n-,-.ivel.
-ailali tlhev a .r. IN lii;i.s. \hat shirt waists v\ have. ar.ii -ii
i-li,44el oult it v'rV low iunllr'.
(ir first fill inilli i.- o .-nin will tak pi ;i i ('i it a % L\v -k
I'lilii i< -\tTiui li'. S.Iv ;n I II 'in i fn mv iIn\l \\'t w ,k.
\\"i hi l wv tIlia ;l'rl M Is. II ,1 1 if1 ;lll la\n ll ll-.t s inel-ak r of
'liir:llgo. lo p[ i d'.Nhl,| v r o l lis 4i.- 0i:1rliim ,it. 'ill 11inl get prici s onll
liity kinl o if dresslii ikin ;iia l riIent workr.

North It-ach StI nrt. !i-t i

U ^ H I~ M -- i -- i-- ^

W I 0 & 0 Leading.
SI I lib OIl UUI Druggists

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Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,

Flooring. Siding, Ceiling.
IBrick, L.ime and Cement in Stock.
'11'1ioi4c 83
Offices anid .'Yrds: I:.-it Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager

Rat.s, S9 -* r 3. ue iS a
Henry Sa>


Me and F Mattrsses
IDnaler in S.-.'end Hand Furniture and Store.
Your Old Furnituae Made am Good as Nw
i-ncli St. anIl lle-vria-w Are. Diaytoms,t

E. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor.
MeCIlUt- Idwa uwNds, Mauevs.
Motiding, Scroll Sawing, Turiug, Inside
Y7 f_ T~rT7 t (..l.himll'olumns. Pon-hhColumns mid
Work and wood Yarcd. ,'uIl~ys ,kai.' toPor. Phone 7o.

ilas a Select Stock of......
Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.

DR. .1. M. 1.ON.ES, proprietor, can be coinsultet professionally during busina
hoiirs; uoilv houi Sundlays, 9(:0 to 1l:34l) a. il.; 2:3l1 to 4:30 p. m.

Trowell's Lrxpressfa Bamggae Lina 4

It F. 'i'IIE~L-L.I'mplrapio-ttr.

4(li.- in their lp to late II:arier Shllop

Telephone 93

All Calls Given Prompt Attention.

Piano Moving a Specialty.


Fresh 1leats.








We now carry a full stock of fresh

meats, in connection with Crocuies.




Longe's Old Stand.

'Phone 19.

Corner 3.e"hiStreet and Secead .Avene.

Spencer B. Green

Sanitary Pnumbing

Steam and Hot q

Water Heating. ,-

1. 71. (iODVIN, Proprietor Agent for the Ericsson

North Ridgfwo"d

The Nation's
Best Cigar.





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Saw and Planing Mills


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It's all Florida.


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.
"i'hone 49l.
M:aigi iai Av'. and F. ('. l.v. ( o.-, ost af t hi' e .)


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*,Savannah MUn."
wAsI r1irs AmD LUXUIIowUS miauI BOU? TO

New York. Bostot and the East

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
TrOg via Palatial Express Stamsi.
Sailings from Savannah

To New York, making close connections with New York-Boston shiip or Sound
IMm. All ticket agents are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for
smsel taiormation, sailing schedules, stateroom reservations, or call on
WALTER HAWKINS,. General Agent, 224 West Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fla.
P. E. LAFEVBRE, Manager, E. T. CHARLTON. ;t. F. & 1'. A.
New Pier 35 North River, New York, N. Y. 3-15-02
J. W. WILKINSON, Agent. Daytona, Fla.

asa-nesa Bm.
U gealue to arran
K o. er time table,
S maMly. easily and a
lt- by the occasion
iOt bern. Perhaps b
ato. But no maUt
SMaes of a road a
thel managnsemet take
0 glhy a special c
mmt anld Informa
bol." Thbi table Ia
ma u derMtand
PIge --ally contains
s tr ate of speed req
a turls to travel a I
=1e tla an hear. It
ME s aa beer. whick
ito S* m0 e, and gom
Mle aa beer., or a
asMMsaf and shows 2
t sM card give loc
watedmad dckyard

What days are bol
a mnt E may
vWmeei eris sad a 0
ad traLma It io likel
ere em0lar eards I
traveag pubbe tbe
as etmat of tool qw
It mto t to the Ipter
mpsy to* take the

A maollby who w
tY was cauttied by I
wlk home if It mralm
* 0 yr for cab hire.
y. asad gsat was the
whem his seao, spilt
s h be bad received
OmcdA to the skin.
"DMd ys not take
Ii yes. Alfredr t
yes; but who
FMs alwaysnowse ma r
l WesiM top I
bay. dad, t was mg

A Wemseful
At a waltrilg plmce
ft ma e mtie at tal
a w1e1 t l odbe to be
ias ee m tsa Draw

lIb mMlm you hear
OIWes a rnm rock

lll ttbO *panlak
Mv W-ek*y.


I stood on a bridge, beneath me gem
tly flowing water, on one side a dedltv-
fty, on the other a meadow wearing
that shade of pale green which belongs
to early spring. Across the meadow
above a clump of oaks was a spire.
The sun was peeping above the horl-
son, tinting the fields, the hills and
the water a soft yellow glow, while the
cross on the spire shone like burnished
gold. Birds were on the wing bunting
a breakfast, now and again sending
forth a soft, musical piping. The sky
was a pale azure. There was not even
one fleecy cloud floating over Its great.
domelike surface.
Suddenly from a clock in the church
spire came a stroke, a harmoniulous
blending of chords that i had never
heard in earthly music, It seemed to
me a fitting signal from heaven that a
child had been born, a new soul launch-
ed on earth. While its entrancing mel-
ody was still filling my senses with a
freshness that recalled the pulse of
childhood a little girl emerged from the
oaks which bid the spire and came
quickly along the road leading to the
bridge. She held in her hand a few
wild flowers and stopped now and
again to gather more. Coming on to
the bridge, she passed me, tossing her
ringlets and turning upon me a pair of
blue eyes full of interest and wonder.
"Is it not a beautiful world?' she
said. "I am going to the bills. They
are so mellow. I shall love to play on


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Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

T SEie .t;t;o 7b Nd wds
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Price, GO Centet.

; Pr^ed by JAMES F. BALLARD. SL Ladsb, N.

[Smdby Dr.J.M.J""s.


The Great Through Car Line from Florida-4'. nneitions:
TO THE ast- The AtlantkiCoast Line, via Charleston. Ri'hmond
To IE a and Washington.

To W T The Louisville & Nashville via montgoiiery.
TO THE The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via, Meantgolneiry.

Via Savannah and Ocean Steanislhip company for
TO THE New York, Philadelphii and l Boston.
Ea s tIVia Savannah and Merchants and Minemr Transpor
station company for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and steaineri for New York, Baltimore
and Washington.
To Key West and Havana,'via Peninsular and (k Cidental St,.anaship onipiany.
To Nova Scotia. Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island vi, Boston and (nai a C.lai.
Atlantic and Plant Steanihip Line for Halifax. Hawkesliury and harlot
Summer Tourist Tickets
Will he on sale until Sept. 30. to the principal n-orts tthrougiilihot thee' -ountry,
limited to lrturn (k't. 31. Write the undermigi'-ed, aindl stat' where y4vo wish teo
go, and proper information will be given.
Something New
Suntner exureion rate to Washington. I). C.'.. fnmi lDavtona $44.30. with .e1 Ylhv
transit limit in each direction. tickets limited to <>'t. :1. 19-12. i4nt ntiangeiilei
nmileage tickets godal over 13,41M0 iile of amliong tin' plrincipial rIil% ';i. in t li
southern states. are on sale by their principal agents.
For complete information call on W. F. J llIlt. tic'kett agnt., or a;llr,.ess
FRANK Ct. BOYI.ESTON. Coinniewnial Age-nt.
J. A. TAY LOR. Traveling 'Passenger AgePnt.
1:I West Itay St.. Jacksionville. Floridl;a.
T.M. M N. 9NI.M. EMFRSON, )'W. .1. Ilt.\ a;.
Trramc Manager Assi. Trltinc Manager <;in. AI.4s. .il.
W nllniilnglon. N. '.

I their grassy slpes."
Vo bShe did not stop, and as she reced
44 111the last word seemed to come from a
b S ent infinite distance.
ae 3 t Atggisata The scene changed. Where there hi
-WOk L- itT been fields there were dwellings. Tre
LOS "CU KT had been cut away. Others that ha
sita P becn mere sprouts were casting broad
eag o. shadows. The sun stood high in tl
The clock in the spire struck 2.
There was a deeper, more intense
melody int the strokes than before
both joyous and solemn, giving me a
Impression of great happiness blended
with a sense of great responsibilities
The sound hadl not died away befoi
M*asIg T = -R meST TRAMIS: there came froni the hills a merr
shout, and I saw a wedding processic
so a moving toward me. Tl'he bride wake
alone, followed by her family an
iagtOa ich oag d andl friends. teaching the bridge, st
Crossed it with a tirm step, and wbe
she turned her eyes to me I saw I
w York sand Florida gxpre them traces of the look I had seen 1
St- uthe little girl and knew that shie wa
the same. Khe passed on. with he
retinue. iinIId was ;ooiI loIst in the oak
that hid the church. Then there was
he Florida Limlited hush, and the' strains of a weddlni
he F i Lim ie d march burst forth. lIn another womno,
13 11M aimT variegated tints wi're to lie seen mov
Slug through opeininiis in the trees
The married pIair, followed by theli
Sleepit Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via friends, had left the church and were
g *!Ia Land of the Sky." going to their home.
trains via The Southern Railway are operated i The clock struck 3.
k the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway This tuie tlherei was a fellow sount
uplag Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through in its tollnes suggestive of iutun. Oi
the hills hung pliurple grapes. Orchards
S Ssug Railvay irrmp@Silswreit L were ruddy wNith fruits. Here anl
there tslishd a se'Irlht le;tf. The sun
stood mnitld:way between tie meridian
Yr, M. Pam. Ag, W Bar St., JMas a a. P and the horizon.
Up the road came two figures, a Wo
V w. H. TAYLOR, man and a youth. Slie was resting hbe
a Af gAs't Gen'i Pm. AGg= h and affection atly on his shoulder,
1111D. C1 1 and it was plain that lie was her oa
__ .Ao Ga. The earnestness accompanying the
3 S words she was speaking to him, the
sad lo ok oni her facet', mingled with
pride and hope, told in that she was
sending himi out iieto the world to play
The Elder etlkern'. l'-l,. bhis part it life. At the bridg.I she em-
T It was In the year ls,. tr ivG-. I I.tr braced him. and he lwtlnt on, while she
ge a railroad time la the summer mwniths Sothlnru, wi.h stood ltoking after him. Turning, she
so that it may be John T. Raymond a,:d s't,. .al Iel r fixed her eye n,,ue'ntarily on me, then
aceorately under- well known actors. t'-::.i d the' It,. al slowly retraced her steps and was soon
mal traveler Is not theater of a senide stuniner rs cr't. tc shut out of sigit by the oaks. I had
e will have to be which he and his culany dr.w a s ieen her for the third time.
er bow much the houseful of people several rights in A single stroke broke upon midnight
may be mystiLed the week to bear and set theim t a wall. a dirge, an essence of infinite
Spartlar pal rehearse t really was l prearationmisery. I looked about me and
ard "for the gov- fao their next winter's New Yt rk sea- through the darkness saw that it was
tion of employees son-the most Important of Shake winter. The stream beneath me was
so simple that a speare's plays. congealed. The hills were white with
d It The secoTh Uttle building had of course a snow. As the ibratlls wereion of the bewith
Ba table bowing W galeW, and In the gallery tb ."g-ods" came on they lost their melancholy,
aired per mile for became so obstreperous on occasions swelling sl6l Into strains of heolyv-
given number of that It was with great difficulty the swell tusic. As the firstrstroke hea
play could be proceeded with. T l the first troke
atr ao tSe lagleader, a well known e rouh of the signali'zed the birth of a child, this
a4 rouminutesd e of Iwas a greeting to a soul that had trod-
as high as 100 town, was a man named Bill Ilanra" den its eartinly path and was being
mile In thirty-six han. One night a happy nalplratio en ts l artoly path and wae being
00 sbdiisions. eed Sothern. H having learned the wel(ioed l tuheaven. I lookedd up into
at00 bdvisi of regular name of this prominent member of the t e dark vault studded with stars, and
lmti st of regular rowdy element, he addressed him in fancy showed me one more picture, a
limits situations the midst of the most unearthly noises face in which were blended the child,
0xlmum speed of as follows: "Mr. llanrahan. will vou the bride, the mother. In it there was
a diffe et town be good enough to take charge of tihe neither youth nor age but a sexless
days tpRleds at gallery and keep order for mie, and I spirit of rare beauty, flickering like an
of abridges at shall feel very grateful." The result aurora.
of ral tations was magicaL Bill became at once an It faded, and I saw my bedroom
y, of eour'e, that ol'lal of the theater and as such lighted by the faint glow of a night
urnlabed to the cracked the heads of a few of his erst- lamp. The vibration of the stroke I
M would be o whlle fellow rioters with such good ef- had last heard ended in the tones of
esoe' Beside, et that it was only a little time be- the tiny bell of my repeater under my
K t of railroad t the best of order prevailed.-Cen- willow. Teaching for the watch, I
public *oo entie tury. touclhedtl a spring, and it struck the
-New Yrk Prea hour of 1.
Svpry Conean lene. I had gone to bed and to sleep at a
K e .There is a dock laborer in Glasgow few minutes after midnight. In less
w slot to a par- who l posemsed of a great sense of hu than an hour the musical strokes of
bI father not to mor. Perhaps It's because he's an my watch had given me in four pie-
d and was given Irishman. Pat had been disturbed sev. tures a vision of an entire life. The
It rained heavi- eral times in his single apartment by first stroke at the quarter had brought
father's a well meaning lady missionary. See- me the child hastening to enjoy the
e of the IntrucM lug Pat was rather an exemplary sort beauties of tlhe world. Two strokes
d. arrived home of a husband, she suggested that he for the half ha.d Ipainted her entering
might be able to afford a room and upon the duties of life at her'marriage.
a eb as 1 or- kitchen soon. 'hnree strokes for the third quarter had
he parent asked An' phwat wad 01 want lavln' such knoow n her starting a new generation
a comfortable house as this for?" asked over the course she had trodden In
I ride with Pyou Pat ar'ity. eTae fourth s troke for I
ed isde "WelL" she replied, "you would have A o'clock as a funeral eell changing
ilth the driver, more room--more conveniences." imito a weh'one to a niew existence.
aid"-Utlea Ob. "Convaniencee la it?" said Pat n with Tnhe'e is no sub tiug as tinle. Be-
a smile. "Sure, an' at prlsint if 0o tween the strokes of midnight and 1i
want to go to the drtaih n' room or o'clock had I dreamed for an inour or
*the ddnyn' room on the conservatory. lived a lifeti;.e?
hn the Pyrene benerra, Oel've Just got to sit still. F.A.. lTC[time?
bia turned uapm Phwat could be handler ?" F. A. MITCH EL
heads me die. The lady couldn't fsy.-London An- n i an, i"i, t *: ,ic c-*,'A 'r,,..
"l ,. p, c! lt,, \ a It al" T l fT an
mid an lnhabit. The best cork comes from Spain,
As soon as you which bahs 0,000 square miles of cork hli I,,'h :,'. h ii l Iieami jl~ t ieiefiire.
distinhy the forests. ',,' i ,i I,,.,I. ;,i' a thinkk oef water, bhot
and as soon as DEVOURED BY WORMSa..a
accent."-Pear from hunger, although fot anmin Iaiict |a lk ei dri\,. Mak' at tvguluar habit
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Air Line Railway.


Thin Shortest Routte.

with TIIROI'(; ii PULLMAIN SL:EEPRSIts imthis I iie4 nl.% Liiic' )Vwrittiii
Daily Tihr'ough Puilnian Car Swrvicele' ~t w*s'i .laoksonvi I cIc'-:anct \cOr4 I'ausn

For further information write to
A. 0. M.uA'C NELL, Asnt. (ten. 'a. Agent.

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My f8petaby i tI *P I Cm do it

Wi 243 Nrth Beach PropSt

243 North Beach Street.




all the



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Through +tickets to New York, Philadelphia.
New llayen, New London. Stoningto,
I'roviden e, Fall River, Bmoton and

;at rate's LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Threenteamer
trains every Thursday, leaving J.wksonville as follows:
Vi;a tiln' Sen- Ilandls........................ 10:1t an. in. (Metropolitian Limited.)
Via. I'hli t SyVt4 ni ........................... 3:15 p. m.
Viai .Suilcioarol Air Line.................... 7:40 p. nm. (Fast Mail.)
l';as s'iinger leave Dalytolna 5:2t ama and
35:22 pi, Imakinlg hlate cilonntions.
-'or illiistrat'Ll l:t1tillte'. diagrams, n'p .rvatiouns, tickets. etc.. address

a P 7A~220 )Wet Bay Street,
A. W .* P AgCnt, ..Ja 4;eo. ti. ('lark., lA-al Agent, DIayt.na, Fla.



Special Low Rates

California, Colorado, Utah, Oregon,

W-shington, Montana Northwest

Western & Atlantic Railroad.



During September and October, 1902,

Fo- ie.-c riptive matter, rates, schedules. etc., write

E. J. Walker, F.
212 West liay St.. or A. V. & \V. ly. Ticket Ot )fie.
C. E II \\RMI\N. .en. Pass Agrent.
Atlantai. (;a.

to or aill 4on
P. A.,
2l1 W. Bay St., Jacksonvilh,
I. F. SMITH, Traffic Manaer,
Nashville, Tenn.

Na~ehaville, Tenn.

I had been troubled a~year, (iff andmid u. %%I tia ce iisit ijet ii 11. hl
iousiwot, eand sick beada'ies. NOthliing s -1es'i 14)i41te 0i11Wte' 1 ViqI .I ItI 'i
Oine day aitfritend asked meiii..wht tho' trw iiloie' %%;is. V eIIII 111t-11.1
him he rna'omnuended R-IP'A-NS Tatuilles. 111,111-.0iein, ~I Kitt 't
bo~x, and after th~ e P'oid NilIt i le'gnun tto fel,.4.1 ip ni- ,h ncie'j-t hat I
Leeot qotiwith them. 1 have RIipaus Tailmiles M% I.%-- v"iii th.InlIe I II,
1Macn1111d carry a eae'kag.' c()f th.'iiiin iimi.ceY

The' live. (tnt jianK.t Is .t icis gh fee, II I c111014i l l n1 cc. 4 14 ci
Te1'1w Iana11414ith',4.60 CH ltS4. 4lii ,iiiefa
suppnly fopr i year.

Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Rye

No.. 4

2~ 5 itin

52 am i

Stat ions
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9:0)5 till
12:.-).-W till
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11.31 I:el~lli

3:( 1::e en

No. 4- IDixi.- FIver-C'arries l'ullian I rawin i tii. n lhifi'rtt Sl,..-[lii, i';iir,-.
J.ia ksonville to St. Lonis and Jacwksoiivillh tIo Chi.ic agog Iitli, t I ,i hii e. i.i:- kiniig
,lii'-t conim nation at Namhville with Mleeping .iirs f(o lr L., s ill, iii. iiiiati and ,
I hi'ag,,. StftIl at fill A. V. & W. Mtatinii.
Through ci miwhes in'tweet Ji.ksoinvill andi .Mat.cii.
li.r I.in. lnld Florida East (Coast Ryvs.
E. 1. IARNFS.. Gen. Sup't. S. I) I' IKETT, (;..n. Pl':. Agt.


To St. Louis and Chicago
l'ullmaii n Pali e -Sip|iing C';ar from .lack-on ville to St l.,o, i i ,,I a tt 4 l":ir:io,,
leaving g .Il ksoiville daily at M t I vi. i, lih II li ,IIIu..

Dixie Flyer Route

Tri-Weekly Sailings
'ailing :it 'halrh'stn. S. ('.. both ways.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
I~irf.t S,-rvi, e iHPttw**n
i'aalling ait Charl'stoin Itoth WaI V


... .......... ..... ... From Lewis' Wharf. 3o0
.. from foot Catherine street, Jacksel s

Between Jacksonville and Sanford
l'l'lING; AT'I I'l..ATKA.. A 'ST IST. Ft. AN'CI. ItEIEsi lIS. (it)LA1 +
1I.I.E Sl'h IN ,,S ;a l Int. re..li.ne l.a iiiligiiLs ii SN r.I .lt I\s 1l\ Eli.
Is \ K''oi'1H ; 1 TO SA \11, A. FO,1.1 1 s: I
l.'.,- I "4' i t 'Ialthi.rijie..' Si iS .t..laki ,o ills,........ I ,'i S l.l vs;iii .|I tS i.,l+is ;-Iit 5, :00 4 .3
l,.. \,. .itilceire................. .....................I. ,,,..|.yS .,iiel "liii'h.r ls h ;ii :t .>:(NM ia.

General Passenger and Ticket office,
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville. _
%\ Ali; 1Tl'R y. I;ist ';l.e i A .t.. A .M.Im(iO M(.% :Kt.. \ I I... I'!. e
19 IStat. l St.. \ ... *- I'I .. i. e .......; i

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Do you uwe Whinkey for medicinal or other purpose? If so, a*k M
for prices and descriptive matter.
The Riverside Distilling Company, NC'
Manufacturrs of High Grilae Old Faahioned
North Carolina Hand Made Whiskey.
Also Peach and Apple iirandies.
Try our "-Oxli Enough" florn Try our Dixie Ry
Whiskey at $1.10 per gallon. at $1.di per galloe.
We are situated In the heart of the mountain section, where the purest of all
are made, and ean supply you with a grade of ipxdis, the- quality of which in una
We have suherlor facilities for supplying our customers with high grade goods; o
notice, and we positively guarantee every drop of whiskey that goes oat of o
We promise prompt shipment, and express rates that will Interest you. Give us a
We guarantee absolute satisfaction 1o every particular. AUg~-4f lyr

Riverside Dtllng Company
We refer ou by permission to First National Bank, Mtatesville, N. C., Key Af
State.svill.-, N. C.. or Bradstreet's Iirectory.


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