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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 20, 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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THE


DAYTONA


GAZETTE- N


Daytona. Florida. Sept. 20. 1992


I. tc


ATTENTION GARDENERS!

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


MASON (Q WALL COMPANY


W. H. EDMONDSON, Manager.


119 North Bea-h Street


WU TIHECAUAL

Me Easte Crt Canal & Transporta-
tiom Co. havecommemred work in earnest
with their two large dredged. Winibee
Oad South CaroUa. TheIWimbew, which
wa takes to St. Augustume. has finished
theeutatthe "divide," where the tide,
water from the M&tanza inlet and St.
i Ausim ilaet maeet.
| Tleaut was something over 1,300
et in leagtk, 00 eet wide and now bhw
a depth of eves feet at low water.
TM dredge has almomade acut ofalmout
Mianme length and width in theSummner
Haien river.
Thbededge, South Carolina, which has
hbe lying above the North Bridge
MgaIgol repairs and alterations.
h. a into work again Monday and
NMs eet making rapid prognrew this
week About 4,000 feet have heen cut be-
Fati t0 and Ormond,
othdudpe have been fitted with
aml-nm. Having bee used in
Swatur before being brought here,
--..Mdi mther extensive repair or
edi- -made' for uwsei salt water.
Wadeimar7 is of the same raise and
Mlobeae thot the two large dredges
'- b k at New Snyrn a by the
g 4apl, btuthe hullb are very much
mg Mdradheaver. Thle South Caro-
ig'Bld h9t is 5% bet and the Wim-

.Watw hl beh p/h1ed iht and day
the two dredges met, as double

ngoge P. Glesson is in charge
t two d gA spending part of his
at St. Aguntime and part at
/--

to the St Augute Record
ow I ilnin made by the Florida
h elwu ar is the lse of oil for

"M gl, hof a i proved very

S m. segimeer wino
ll-st locomotive on the
Osli lt railway from a coal
S 6l burmmer, is in the city
w paehdt'p asehnce. In1
i^fr-ItiIM n T i- tood that the
hoesi mi toe m gsetruct all
of the a e into oil
T a he eaaeasoef fml, ease in
pGUM in g It -m up, and the geie-
and comfort exppriended
have induced tdhe nmpalny



tll i- -. G- WI--.
T W year's experience in horse-

exeiat masy hovahoer differ
"ir old and hot hitting. I
m exprnc that cold it-
Wits amy way injure the hoof.
L ..... isp- ed- upon a hoof of
Is nsohed the same aany
101- is scorch readerts the
dm7 iad brittle and 'ives it a ten-
tsapttact. To lie healthy a foot

loageontinued will render ithe
plbritetlethat when ails are driven
i hsbak the hoof and cnusquently
hinelmmost.
me advantages in fitting your
hot. It mves time for the shler,
it win time contract land injure
hnousb1ot. I don't It my shles
t ahboo[thanlcanownry "inmy
UM. N. onowo, I
Mage~r Habas Wagon Works.


Phone t


A FREE SCHOLARSHIP.

On Wednesday. Sept. 24th, lieginning
at eight o'clock in the Court House at
IAlelAind we will hold a competitive ex-
amination to fill the vacancy intheState
Cadetsleip from Voluoia County in the
South Florida Military Institute at
Ilartow.
All applicants must te able to read
fluently and writer a fair and legible'
hand but they will not le examined on
these subj.ect. TIlr grading will Ibe o
the following subjects: Arithimetic.
Englinhgramnwr, geography, and United
State history.
We trust that a number of young men
will take this examination as the
scholarship in the Itartow Institute,
means an education without expenws toA
the successful candidate.
FIANK W. SAMS, State Senator.
CuiAN. I,. SMITH
THus. J. SPAnKMANS \ Repre'etatives.


PORT ORANGE ITEMS.

Carl Wehner and a friend wenr in town,
last week.
James Morford is building an addition
to his re idence.
Janmes V(osa is improving Ihis iomei' byl
building new verandas.
, Mi l Helen Corde is visiting with her
sister, Mrs. Taylor MclDaniel.
Mrs. ('has. McDaniel apd the boys aire
down the river visiting friends.
Mmr. Wilkinson, of Daytona. has ltaen
visiting with Mrs. A. A. Weeden.
Captain Ellison, of P'one 'Park, accom-
panied by friends, was in town Sunday.
Mrs. E. Fair arrived home hlt Sat-
urday from DeLand, where she ina bee'n
visiting her parents. '
Little MHim Ruth Brohm gave an after-
noon party last Saturday to her little
friends. TIm.v had a big thuime.
H. H. Robinumon. a prominent apiarist
of this plame, has gone to Havana, Cula.
to take charge of an apiary near that city.
There was a dance at Ridgewood Hall
last Friday, aind thlomgh it was veryV
rainy there were al)ot. forty iprestlit:ild
they all haid a ga<-l time,'.
F. T. Bairronm arrived home last wek
from Tallulah F:ll.s. (;a., wlmra' I.08 lun,1
been spending hIis vw'ationm witli Mas.
Barron, who is liand.huly f a lhot'l timelrn.
Rev. Mr. Wetlherfrd pln-au'hedi l:st
Sunday evening in tihe town hall, ia :imost.
interetimg andil iistri'tiv' eronea usll
the subject of reaping what you siaw.
Mra. II. Sargent klft for St. Augustiise
last Sunday: she hals been visiting lm.r
parents. Mr. Sargent ha ins 11 as iam St.
Augustinm arranging his limusiimies a4nd
nelerting a lihoui for their future liome.


Hon. Henry E. Day, late candidate for
re-election as a railroad coluniimiswionsr'
will in the near future m side in .hwkson-
ville, having accepted a position with tie't
Seaboard Air Line Railway as hloal
freight agent at tha tt point. The aucvlt-
aooi' of this poitkion will mcci itate hlis
nswignation as chairman of the Railroad
Commimnion. Gov. Jennings, it is n -
ported, will likely appoint Jefferson B.
Browne, of Key West, who defeated Mr.
ally in the recent primarily for the Denm-
ocratic nomination for the office.


'Overything !Everybody


The Best of Everything

and Everything die Best.


stock is complete in every item and consists of
LY SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS, from
[ to the Highest Grade Staples. We
'pdt Mlid Cured Mets, Canned Goods, Produce
F itemald Vegetables. We carry a full line of

Ha GAR8 ARE OUR SPECIALTY.izrs

FINE CIGARS ARE OUR SPECIALTY.


OF LOCAL INTEREST

The milk of human kin
Is nsarre, and it w
That even what we.' tfi
Extnatnely rich with

If you know any new1\s ri
tell us aisout it.


T TO ALL .1 .. .Hindlri.ks has "i'wtalled eketri,
lighlits in ilii store.
dness J. It. Ellison and B. A. i'acetti were upp
ouild '"enI from I'one Park Tapday.
id is not Wi)-,licioui home nmade candy at tim'
cr'arn. ;ramnilinirg itkery. Iketter trysonwe of it.

ilg iI I 1' ancd Mr. andl Mrs. ;e'orgv' Wray returned
T .. .... ... + .;- .;-+ +


Mr. and Mrs. W'in. M-riff -t rirnied
last week from Miami
Prof. il'rt Fish was in town itl.w. ei
trains Sua ay aftermo4aon 1.
Miss Mary tuntnell viisit'el with New
Smyrna friends last w'e'k.
Harry Thliipsoi n dellairte.1i Sindaiiy to
attend Cornll I 'niversitY.
Mrs. WValte'r 'aliinrloni lmi;e Ii-t ont thit
sic-k list felr several ld;
Miess ( 'C< >iito r ei-n'trtnail! a few of lr-
lady frienils at diniinie Thursdlav.
Thus. 'CaI. .Ir rtuiirn-iel .ist S;iti-iLi
frimi a twto ye.'r's \isii to Clii i'aelo.
I'lDon't f rgoit to go to ainith and
Son'is fer a plaiiof Sta r lliraind l slis.
(G'orge' L. IW:itson W.:i a visitor' t,
Jaick-onville' the foIrepirt of tlhe wivk.
Mrs. A. Itly. of IN.lnan. % i.site'.l \\%ith
Mrs. II. Shine.lniaketr at S-.ira-e..x.'r Tae s S" WVitand: i'lurl.h-iaei es lorStar itraind
slihe; thev satisfy. Smit i l iianl il .'11
thaem.
Win. BrownS. ai eolom, ill iil iN-r ii,.I at
Midwny Friday of List w',e''k :idll was
liuried Maturd.hay it tlith e'\eiis, of tith
con aty.
tColinty Sv'lhool ('aiiiaiiitssioeie'r klfIil[.i'
itttn Ilanlr at IN-Landil MAhlhi- ,v' cvinm :ilal
Tuietday.


l ouis AcdhlBr |lepartr-d tIciSaiii.liay .:if:ti-i I il
for hi Kentluky liv holn. Ih et.x .let.t ti
return to hlaytonla alolit tia. l.5Tli it
nc'xt lmonith.
Frank Itodgeisile1piartedl Mnii ai.ii\ ;ite .r-
,noon oin atrip to Chlii-;nga,. M i%\\:liia ,
and oti-r niorlthern cities II. \\ inl ....
niain away two or thlnre, \\iks
Daytolna .aniiJvoyed till ilnllmemse- tfe ,i;i.
buisintis ihist winter Imt indliat iieiis ,
to show that the inulil of visitor- \\iill
Siov even gnrate'r the coming set e '. i
L. Z. lBirdlick lim.s resigtind .a s dil
district tristee- of li ,S.'. ili'eie..-./ e w .iil..
Tilt* v 'at iancy wi '.- ifilhlI t It iia* '\ti
ii'eeting of thie icontl scie. l ,iiiniii.i,
Mioniers.
Street 'Comi issiomiter Frin-li-ha l;i I li
busy this week with n I rw\v (if lnII rne-
moving tire's that anre iln tIhme i\;vy eof tie
ea-ha strnt ili.plirve'letlit. M.iiv aof t he
trees are lning traiisplintil-d ontsid ie f
the street liwe.
L.. 11. Thompson arrive'1l fralia W\\lli1-
Iigt4Am last S1aiililliy taud is vi iinllig Vit
his panreli. tsMr.. and MIrs'. I. 'I'loinmllson.
lie is oin his way to Havallim. Wlme're' line
has an anc ,militiin ,lmnt a.s clhie'f -lherk to the
Spanish C'lailiis Coilillission.(
Si ir Smith and i on halti\ ri',ivod a
slipmeilll if fall sits for mnuii T'he'y ti'
tof tIhe niiinld ii l'F:tu iii'iimI.
Mrs. '. W taiiins lft Stil il.ia imiiri.
intgl fir Ne\\ Me\ivi- t I ian .Mr. I -. I'..
iil.siin. IThe' y \\ ill visi i hel i ilvy oif \I.\-
m-ic ;u 1lll ether hllh 'l.. aof ililf e .s |IoI-foerie
tieir' t ar'l lirn. IMrs. Stiin. iatita frieii1ls
wish Iher ia |hl;iL-;ai t \ is-it Ne'\\ Si rilIi

lw.-laiin 'ermm'ilg ll. tlih tIailort. aeil :a
iaity- IH' fiailead it thle' (ila l smllare. II'
is ain iell'1et1 i|ii ia'h tiii gilm s i0 l.l:i
lailk's' ua ld erilt.eis' a-llIlcihg. lI1 v lciliaa
straw li.atl aleso. Iis lii'e,' ;Ire vrl.
rea eimalile ani his \\riik i- griilran iii te'1
to It.' s;it isf.Atti ry. i
A. W. Illa\\k, of Ciia,'ii lor Spriiing
wai.s in time city cie%'a'Sr Siaeltii i visuili in
withIli i lbeit er- lRev. .1.II. lt \\ k. MI1r.
Hawk has is.-en engage li ill tillm' lrr'i'el
tike lusine'ss illn Iirmiiigli;hiii. m .\ inlitin .i.
during t.he' iast ye'a.r :t;iini ,\|lie- in
lopen a grL ary sto atill1 ;it 'lii 'm
Springs in a fa'w wiks.
i,.,M Smith anld on lih;la\r rie. ivi- ;in-
oth'lr shipiirinl i "( iiel lr;itliii m irld
"Silver Ilramni" hirls.
ne lof the latest creal tionsll iI lih a. il.in-
dairy studio is callttill iletlappie pie. IY et
grate' the fruit. a.dcl s iutgi atiil l o0iin ll
jui'e, and in sollni- tway iorat lnveryou Imtk.-
t lti I O Telo r st jllst right t ItI s l ie.-i's. lii,
to ust. 'reaami is applitae l for t lihe to, lIi.yei. Tlia.
nre ult is aIL dtl '-iam. iaiiiin a ti it i t liflitt
cele,'. a s4onat1 wie1loin' hnall,. tln in--
brai -e after loi ig pi'lin. i \v. !l in ii.,
desert. a t\\;itret''d galrli.


W a I .-ers' eI of S t.ir Ir..iit -hin .- a I -
satisfied custoliiil0-rs 'j .' i to .I oIIj n tit
Smith and Sun's.
When ha'ill liVws is s-crV, ; l t.ir-
often lIhe t.ias in snall tow ns tii i i vle i'r;i
c.iuntr.y editor linds it iot i verl" i s.%
matter to get upaIa gol me'ilws.% inite#'rst iIg
paper .vet'ry wi .k Iettii.e Iai-- tilel.;il i, ii
one of our ex'chauige-s. "If yo kitnw\\ iniy .
item i l iit ,''st kmiily lie usi Vit \\ it
Wekuow tlhiat yli knin il.e s tl-it \\u
don't know. Aiid w knii low tii; y ll
know that we don't knw it. -'l \eal 1
know that yui don't ht aust knii\ it.
Now if you will h-t iIus kliiiw \lvwh iat ni
know you know t hetn ar '11let yo'i kaianvw
what we know and iilso wiat you kiieow


,I aalsdikttv a inaigr fromatateir vimit lto
Now Yocrk.


Thei- melawtte-Ne'ws wants several lIadss
11f hi, wo\odi on eliilil'iption m rinta it
ailonar anytime.
E. \. Ilraolnm the tgenia;l lpropritor of
theil P 't Ora:nge Hollse' was a viitlor inj
Daytona Tiiesday.
iar. anid M .I. I'nttoi., who have visiting
11lh It laiytmna friendIs. r '-tiiriel to Ie0'-
L-ia'l aihit tS tit rlaiy.
W'ortheni li hve wil le 'iv Monldali.y 'r
A lalantti. wlh.n-I- it. will tlak, ;i c.iaurs-' inl
tie AItIillit; t\in l I llt.l Sea ,l|< l.
MrT- .1 .S ilile's. ha, hlsleti n visit:iig
wiIh i hr it lu halte-r. Mr.s. Walt -r Nuil!l.
rat iirne to l her homnl at iOak lli!l last

''10 .e tl Z/.etis elif Il-'lrial.1 slda ll regret,
ith i e i ith: ah ii isaiiil sl-orr w tlhit thlier
.> in.lal. I \- III) a Iliill I i i is **tat w lia e jml' lls
hI Ilill- 1m i. '.- .-Ji;.Y aS
fr1- 'ish liibreal e'ver iliorlilig aIt til-
;ra;iiil!m g kl.itkerv. '?si tli, kild4
ii.itl l-. 1 t11t-e l ia in;Il ke "
NM'i.s Rise e11 lrl.aiil. If i New York. .andl
1\'i! cli <;)r mai *f'll if L ills.\ all's. ':milioriian
;ar- v %ilt im with their i iw-r ;its, Mr. ainl
Mi' .I. 1. M i. lin'li 1iss I ,'.l--a Il a a-;111iliat 0d 1.i r ;ii : hi |I w .- i 'w li l ill


G.io to Clark's for school books and
.etppuliet.
Roy Barnes gave a party to his young
friends Thursday evening.
Ubl'Look out for Clarkes' winl tw edis-
plny of school cImiks and suiplli Dlick Ray has a -eptted a posit ion iin
th'e gro-ery store iof E. T. Connid & (Co,.
C. R. Cox 'entertaitnedl ailptii .loin
Galrdiner. of Pon-lP I'ark. a fewiv ll:iys li
week.


Ip 'd to arrive hileli lriiii New v Ylork
Tulesd:ay.
The Misses lAiNn'rombie' in- rite'rti'iiii-
inlg thIlir lainr.lnts. iM. ilor uiif l Mrs. A1.\l1r-
ail lilac. of" New Snllyrnt.
Mrs. th* 4rge W. MirKenzie, rn'liriia'l
"Tues1lay from (':ii' 'ilnave'rail. whel'r sl e
linx. I '-eni spending tile slnini'r.
Mr. iinl Mrs. W.'. I. Wilkilnsmli.ie .f'\\
'41siyrm'l, irovI up to Dia 1i0liTi "l'ie--'l;ay
aftli.,eirnoon. i','tnlilling Welldesday.
I'laud It.Jolinson. onei of tlwi mannge*rs
if It li' Stisile inn anld taier (iirand At lan-
i if. \ :is ai i -itr I rto. INelall t lliIs wev .k
,.MoMN a rot'-elic'rs liavi' p1in a1e'l ai
filir lie' eel ofilassg omis and notions thlaan
lil ver i' fo l l'm e I''e llr'igllhl t tio ll i

Mr. iand Mrs. .1. C. Stowers and il ugh- i
ter. Miss Miriani ,of \'We'sl I'alalai il.,hi. '
art visiting witli tihe f ian ily l (i -h,,t'--
II. Clark.
T. S1i' t rt f Lf k,' '.ity laIs n4 e'tetIl
tihe ic it i ii te f i nie' in liulht flmitllm Iel' ;a-sSlli-l Ilas llat t I l. I


acmlfma cv eving.
a : itan .r't I, h ,e i.'1-. tfil Iallie-h s. IA-iA r nimilm -r ol ile. l altt,'.i10l- ilah
,..e i,,ri e'i- e; ,. all lhe, -- h r ait Mills c, 'iiiing ta.t .Mrs. loiaghila.-s nimilliner-y pai-
i ,i. k 1.1 i li i le l's Tiesel.a"y aft'raime eli alinIl 11prolfia.,ly
%ll(iL- m.h.iyir e niiih I i1: I I-IiI i id i- l' p -t ty. pat lteii-rns.
stlt t t llt |llia-, t-lil ihat time ordiita e. i A. |I.t'all anll .se h tim lei\\ .lstlck ot f klllt
rT!i i ridelgl h ti lilng eni lhll -i' i talksk s :till ilig llfllile'ls ill.st r'--ivedl ;lt .1 A. lili-
ri'ein .l w itlhut il lights i ;i niitl \t \\ill I irii ks.
ri;nil,\.- l i,',--. I cl'i-mftl-r. K 'ee i .l I C t h l sti l f tnh ii ., h it i

J- .A lI -.-.eat;le.1 i .-ni i irunlliaa tl. ,n a'll 'a.ss. : at-. ;itraii tilel, e l,1 I H- l. a ilt.
;i "verinatiiit ii ,ti;illi, life lI.ie t. ;ilso iilicil lt thte jl.oy of tlhiir frie'm ls.


s-ii l a t fl -.i n .


II. 1.. \M,. l le :I. l'a:lle.IIEI .I 'tl.t'.ri/..
lion. l'h kii.,i> i H.nrl l si'IInt tlWe niil
vi- ; i l',L ; illa i .' 4 1 tll pl YiV oin lielt' east
of t i. III-,* 'll- i t, i i T" liis i.s ti he ai rgesti
a* ill iil tlil i l,. i,,\ | -,l., I a 1fll '" "lr the l'tea -
m11 -i 4 f ;1 ll-I I. I aII 'I 1]1 lia *' I-S1 4 11l l atija .
Iil t I I, i i hi-I i l lia 10 is r | -I i n in ll '1 i.
fi, I, it h. il,-I I' tlla ll t-..

g*. 11 i1 1 -|i ,il yVi0air tiHlims liy trying tA
developed, luringr tlisw i:irl wentther.
Ti;ike lihlai to Ihia1ri~s. I'e''k llhck
I'hni' HI. .
\ rioiiat mllny in this vichiity will [tL
trrt'.ii lit.%is;aipoifunte'l whlen t#e-y go to
-itr it i \waoveinall. r l- t, t it i for the
roeisi h it tlh v havelint r gist:-red.
ThI'lev s' tol Ie' IIInIele'r the iriulraaIr in, il that
if lth, alit I\* registeirel oiln tli -itvy b cok
in eitlelr D)yto;1"i ollr 0 'ienlvieze' it is all
thatis irs equiii-d. Thlr'ity 'I'rgistration li .
notlinig, whlatitve>r to ilo with th1. title'
ntald uint-y .lic-t iin. All ii rs iS \ila,
laitv, r3eti1vel Io I his county or lta'vi4.nit'
,i :'.i:,' -him. e il as. lilt lr-nf rlal e'le'tiol u ll-a
.li.lhl,, to r i tra-tiion. Iletiiry e-iliiilt
i> tI ie '., t rt in o i eilt for f li'.i ra -ifnr t:
line -.iia I ic iiiln l ait llis 11ii ill tlil-' cit\l
11:111l .-v,-'i v Iy.M ll;aiv l l SoM ail- ay tfillor lal
it \ \1 \\ i -w ,, s Thil l'' ,aks \w ill e lI,,
(hlth 1 11 :.

V-alir ih ll'- li\4.l 1lal. Kos.t & Ni\\ illlie
;ir iat I i i-.l i ini pailllili,,' :atin |Iemil ili;m -
ili. I.,It ti easli: t lhi.3 maa
Thlei,,' .nte lat, I.il 1 ,\\ i ;liyVe a m i ine l ,- inll
i .- a ll-ii 4i t 1iit \ i I i \\hi 1 e l i im .-', i 1.'t ;it
I l ill, jil r,' \vi, il. -le li l.f: .'l \\ ii h lii
lac '. ia i \- ,1e \ II l i >lli1.v1 n il lle ealtliri illlaI I

th t i I llr IP II fla. .&ii -at i Iuiu t Ir a ll-
*;r ir ,i 1 I Lit\iln \\mriy ;Ilaml' i-i l
'i> \\ hir i ll,, lllm llllll dinl s ilus r,
1i a c',ek l at alt' tin ll3 i l'-le. cill'' rs mli r'lllllll-
- l.l;, \\'iin e--. .. eei ahl e t il i el nt'rt T
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i e'.i iit l l ivae -t i-'.I \\e l vi tllth iltn
a 1 I t 1 1 i t i, -, hli iine liiiiiniIhlt hl tli
tli,, v,, I l Ih lt l..-I tr I.aIl illaail Itle-. lof ks.
n \\ i i l ,I ;ia- hlino.-' i imte i I finromi
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BlackHair

I have used your Hair Vigor
for five years and am greatly
pleased with it. It certainly re-
stores the original color to gray
hair. Itkeepsmy hair soft."- Mrs.
Helen Kilkenny, New Portland, Me.

Ayer's Hair Vigor has
been restoring color to
gray hair for fifty years,
and it never fails to do
this work, either.
You can rely upon it
for stopping your hair
from falling, for keeping
your scalp clean, and for
making your hlir grow.
$1. a betltk. All drlitia.


I. It. 't-irrom tt, vilve--pisidenit and gln-
r-'il iiimmtnager of tlhe Floriilte EaEi.st Ci"asti
Ittil\\ita. wma;is a li. .wnge'roi lirsdal*y's
so uit ilheieIiid train. e route toe Miiami.
-,' Ithiay .Iv ltr ,1()e.s ft-Ir tihe' -.4l)4c l
Ilhilt1ll A t .. ti Itll rll ici ik '.
The amoliit tol I- a;ser'-s.m-'d ;;iii.-t
:ali iiinj. proill'rty owners onll lhe Cotl-
t-i', iaveliine iimiprovemniLt i ill I T7! ,cents.
instead of 27i ce',lit s Is we inadveirten1itly
st,-te'4l lhwt werk.
W''Tie,' latest styles in men's feIt hats
just il nat Hendilricks
Among the gu.ierts of el hlmidt's Villa
this week weren: Louis R. Caltimel family.
(kalah; '. A. Kirke, Fitl.--.rahl.(t.; W. W.
Smitli, .Ia.. .lih-ksmi\iville. imidel .\. I.. Miak-
Iley. PHaY4n. ()hio.
I.%I. anl Mrs. H. L. K e-lrsm'rjger Ift
this fn'ariing foir \e'st ,. iid lindiana.iii
Wii -ir' llin-t y wV illi n'- inLili fo, t' :i ie0li11 eaf
wi-''ks, awli a N' O te I4 a Ca4lii';io l v isiit
unt il ifte'r tli heolidiayh,.
t"Y'ie'hi II. I' airk h ias. jisl ni'-iviedl
l.ain ': lillni i eof :ha eilts il l 1eIi e lia t '..
Mi ss M;ir '". li-' iiihn ,le. a sistm4r of 11001i.
.I. N.' tCainile ali'. ti .' lih inN.Al at C .illi-
briite'. iglaindl. wlhe'nl- shi- weinil hlst
s.iling1 on ai visit.. Miss i-tminlil liisW fillr
sv.eial .*llars matel heTr wilte-r llimee. ill
1i.1 olla. e Tln lini -t illl s. aif hier h lo itl tl
\W ;ih lrosy.
*'islleialila'ii it;ieh I 'ii lile':ikilmg 11ll
r i"e ',il ls int K .tliillt I'ier ie hisi 'e.ek.
lulillngi l alla I is st iv dilt%. s \ai -l. > leai.-.s.
\\ 'il aiig all tli' \\;iy ftl-m ii la i,- Il1o
ie ll1u eSl 'h' ll 1 mte-l i t mllliillll,' i i t i0":
2l i u l i ... i i,..l


COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.

Thlie county school board held a meet-
iLg Monday anllid Tiletday of this week.
All ,of the .oneminismioners were present
T'li sjuperintendent reported certifl-
eiti-s i.ssuiedl to teachers on account of
last -\xaminaitions. This list was pub-
tlsiel ini thl l'azett4--News last week.
'Tie liiils for transporting pupils from
s.t iimis in which schools have been
e'hios.d to thie Miville school where opened
andl ,oiti'tuts4for the work wereawarded
:m follows:
From M.(;lon to Seville, to Daniel
Iticha.ilirm, for $19 per month; from
.Jnaniat to ,eville, to J. C. Prevatt for
$17.90) per month; from Braddocks to
Seville to Mrs. 1. R. Woods for $14.75
P.I- month.
CI'inmiisioner Cauney repolitd tit
lie hlAd sliipiw l thOrnmond ten desks from
I he' lhra'dkwk mshool and fourteen desks
lo t hei Turnbull school.
I ;,.'irgv- N. ltzier wa appointed trus-
te. t4ir ti. (Irange City Sub-District, vice
i.. II. RItlxirts. reigned.
A. F. Chandler was appointed super-
isor for the' Clay Branch school.
Nlat,,rial for repairs on the Flowers
-whoeol i ilding was ordered supplied.
Th'le oemminieation from tie Port
(iiratige' nter school iji reference to the
titr nf c .wnliing thiemeahool was referred
toi (Cnmmiissiliner Knappe with power to

'T'li rql,'stl, iof rn'idents of the Holly
I ill dist rict tecallow them tomendehildren
toi tle Dalaytmena slhoola, Ws refutie.
TI Iollaoiwing appointment of teachers
iitite. \- theme superintendent where e'on-
hrliirle lvliv tlm iNiard.
New\ Smyrna-E. C. Boyd, principal.
i':itirprim*--.. iI. Y. Palmer.
I taytlona-Miss Rome Noble.
Clhy Itranch-Verda Drawdy.


.......' "1"v I 1. tIhl.kk, Irk--leuillh Clyatt.
0I T' e li "- 14"t Iaril a hal-ip1st I l -.,I| t.il I la. t nllai-II. M. Wharton. I
t,-.111 i l fiiimrl ;iat CI lrk s. -s usaii.il. T e slo of the Wimh minimett a 'hool
Ieu illi was referred to Commimisoner
Ia I ekt r rie a' lihalendr witlhluowdertoIact. Mr.Chand-
:t0I lcklealg No- i. town ii sutllsA-iiently reported that lie had
:; fe-. ,a* vs ltis womi e''k vi,.itint g ith 1 ,.'- -ffrreh'i lil t e sale of thi- building for tena
ho1rl frirl ii.s ll, \\II, ; 1 ill lV Ills \\ by .if,.
11 cm eil fit- e Il' ;i-.1j ia 'i e l at llni rs ,1 ila-I (iid Ilnli a vl o w ae turned in to
and ilse on ys e e-lrity. andil ponrie l-d i n d.,h .e r1,, IV.
Waslingeta. I. w lie' la e Is li ie. le i ii amg litinn;i iai statement was
position it n tih l iv rnneriit I'riili ,r xhiith,

I.a-t \lril I'rof. IChairls II. Hitchaic-h k Iala u- ea anel atr')ortL..$.$ 253.3
miine;hi in 'st ig tii ieon ill an aboriuini: .l .....................
IItI ii .l ita lnio alil., wiv l'ri, ti11 lll niii ;'la i-
..'0 p ,t ry. iec-.'s of h mi n sk iimt-k ,,,i ,. '- '"' t -- ... ... ..... .. ..... 1143.24
.i' u, lcaa I is. aillialtors, lishe.sht. li l ,,e.. .- I'aila'e" na hla ni1 .................... 5,,129.41
-illaa St \\ili iil l l aIatee i ll" c h it )'-] L 'le lt t ir i 0
lirmdi l e .\ilk. "m'iit.-i0 h l\ i I ie N il ie t ll I
ly acn illi,,ih'la :il ,en|l 'lat I l 1a j ri,,\, .ia t i'i, ,-.iit..ini,ie- alik ,allowerr andnit moiy
hlinr wasI n.- i a 1 ill i hali n.il tii t i .o h a i -' ', I' l-a -..


&t'i W hoeIe \\ li.tl lra .i .ai' 'i. ; .i:i-
lingl ik'ry v'- \ 'l-aiy


Thle ;.i. *' :Ir taLi.sd down tlw ronad
't, "'( i.inv t:,;ikinii time ratil road enployes
h l. p ll. ;


T lh.' .ne ty itiil I'- t ll -t ruI iinliii -r
.r r atr is t E. '. ierlhelr and family,
W itlii | itl-,,til'T '. timera- I .-illg t tll-t 1 -fca 1" I
I 1 Yis r i -e ltr A in Ii'.e. aiia slo,'nling several weeks
i i ne a u t i i lin 11 tl* i l .i i, rt.r.litrined to tleir home at
'.il,. il0,i0-0.. -ii.s tlhr ll- lh Llld l plp if.
Ill, lit. 'll 4- it litne'l l[ri.ti, > r- t a -k
; i\\ ;i l \'Te-k fi t eli r tI,4 li i ln tl ,i-l i itli \ .\I in '- .1i llit1,' i ilndl r civil e.vice rules
I fal ,i tiI.'. r1iiInvI a;itie tlio.m \\I li lii\. f, r '\r .Ii.l,,.- in i .rk anld carrier servle-
ilit Y.,i1 l.-n cl i\r i i l- ir -i'ln.iili.iife" ;nr o f 1 i t', I -l l)epara t liiit will be 'fIeld at
i V'11. ia tiiil hli 1 ini n n nl, g i t nnill. ;ittal A' -i-1 iln i .tola r I.ir 1.
,.Ittil; !:-i. l.'t.asf \i k lie., ,e-i' ii ila the- a : ,,I i .I i,, ;,,ssi-ijer w i Mctridle
I); l i t. i -7. 1i th ir of i...nts lil' 't from hims h oni, at
tcr- wrrv elise..-i l t .ie- -| t,.,-IeI .I I ti--Il t thie week. H-e mays
i- ,- ii, t' m.,ililnmae tihe Iraih potato
Sllrh-. is Ih lie i ii.e of Iivee i ri Lm \ ,li il .-'it iht iti iienek lands around Lake
voii iinioI to h i.arrv !Ian aInM irollt. aill th ih I. itiis'. :it 4eville will be ruined by b heinr


11 INTERESTING NOET,

| OF IEWS FROI NMOU|

Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Stewart will be
back at the Seaside Inn the first of ast
month.
Lone Bay is being thoroughly emo-
vated for the new hotel proprietor's
winter business.
Mrm. E. E. Johnson and Margaret res
turned Thursday from a summer's oult-
ing in New York.
Seventy-seven large bas ware caught
on the Keating Pier Thursday. Septm i ,V
her in the month for this sport.
Mrs. Heath, of Holly Hill, will play h .
accompankisents at the Caiunoconcmt,
She in one of the very best musielam
the State.
Mise Guikla Voorhbe, DeLand's talt-
ed singer, will favor the audimene af ml- h
Catino on Wedneeday evening with two
of her prettiest songs.
Several new cottageai have been stated
during Limthe past week at ieabree& and '
Gooehkl!. E. E. Johnson has a nice gal
nearly completed on Valley astret.
Mlism Iouie Moragne, a charming
moprano from l'alatkn. is largely men
aging a fine concert for the Casino o*
next Wednesday night. The proceise'
anm for tUe cemetery fundl.
Mrs. Johnloin, the. lsMlpuLr hosnteme of
the Seaiside inn, after a bisy ciet0yeo,
finds herself in ime of a well earned rt.
She has made a hio.4t of friend with our
Florida summer visiteorv.



HOLLY HILL HAPIPEIiS.

Tle Bellamy family intend moving to
the Parker house at Kingston.
Mrs. Mann W'e'el, luimii'e her husband
on his last trip ii, tilw riyvr but returned
Tuesday.
Mrs. I'rter anal .VMi.s Zylpha Harris
spent a few da.y% with friends on the
peninsula.
Tom Wethen'll is improving the Mana
residence by tlwh application of a new
c'oat of paint.
This week we wen' pleaded to welcome
among our callers Mr.. .1. M. Jones and
the Misses Rand.
W'' understand that Mr. McLride has
Hold his lprom-rty andl. with his wife and
family also Mr. anil Mrs. Posten, wN
remove to Barl'.-rvill'.
Toimi (.'ava li.s 1ii lil that there am
worm'l pilwit, than Holly Hill, Ho he has
returned Ihere' anil intends in engagilag
again in the' aiililfai-tirn-e oi cigars.

A geintlelan who hias sent this sum-
i'er iln i organizing t4 ourist parties in the
vicinity of it ,otn for trilem thro"g0
C'anail, ,lot \viae is now on his way to
Floridla fr thie \%iter. stated recently '
to the. tlantlii .loirnal that already In
1ostion andi4l uthl-r large c'itie of new
Englandel iusni 24.lNI in-ople have mad-
arrange-eniints ithll the tourist cops-
panics for trapl-, tihromigh Florida and to
Cuba this wiinter.


Goods Arrivii


We have received part of our new fall and
winter line of goods. Among the early
aiirrivals is a complete and beautiful line of

Hosiery, Handkerhifs,

Suspenders and Ties.


Our new line of Shoes is exception-

aly fine. Come in an see the


School Timt is around again, and there
are many needs to be filled before the young-
sters are ready to resume their school work.
It will be a matter of common prudence for
you to come to us first. We can please you.


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VvIOhuAW. MNEW

pJS Towrin Advowe.



0s matter.


UI Italb Ie9atr-
E-HWm R. MALLORY.
Ftor .0i.mg i Second Distriet:
11B1T8 W. DAVIS.
TATK.
For Comptroller:
A.C.CROOM.
PFor tayoftate:
I. CLAY CRAWFORD.
S For Jates of the Supreme Court:
W. A. HOCKER.
EFor atiroad Commimioners:
S. HUDaON BURR.
JF'FEBSON B. BROWN.
VOLUAMA COUrTy.
For State Senate:
FRANK W. SAMS.
For Representativew:
C0ABiLI-L.SMITH.
T)OMAS J. SPARKMAN.
Por County Treawurer:
J. J. VINZANT.
For County Tax Collector:
D. PEBKIN8 SMITH.
For County Asiessor:
SAMUEL B. WILS(N.
For Board 4f Public Inatru'tioni:
J. L. CHANDILEIt
L. E. CAUSEYT
E. F. KNAPPE.
S For CAnty Comminiianer :
R. D. BROOKE
FRANK E. BOND
W. H. McBRIDE
T.L. RODGERS
T. J. MURRAY.


MS O TIE STATE TROOPS

Ia reet interview with the Gaimes-
v 8ma, emeral Foster mid:
4T0e Florida State Troops are in ex-
oandftio as o far as I have imnpert-
ad m id t is really surprising that
SManIanbome&hgood shape, when it is
as imw ts eon-Mderntion that they are
I oi ttle or no encouragement
S 01 te abaft."
l wasa w d what legislation would
|l l gltll at the aext session of the
*^i n nerence to the Florida
amihenplied:
SMt will depend entirely upon a
inbtobeheldsome time in Narch.
SC i* ill bh w already passed the
~hor hesof-Coagessand will become
Meatow after Congress meets again.
m- ae nsM t that it will be passed
SImaneppolasiti a thee 8ate. This
in.uI.Ilor aiataAiing the National
1d- hioagbout the United States.
-*O n" 10 poaes it will be necessary
SWth iate ofFlorida to enact a law
Stake advantage of its pro-
m-h s ting of the ooeer of
** Noela Si Troops will take place
ad a hmau ol the National Guards'
a glN-- wml be formed. This meet-
l w the action desired at the
o Uit a ona of se Lgislature. I be.
g unthtmaxt Lqaidature will be more
dima l wh the State Troops than



RMli' CUMATL.

o hathiig to mention about Flor-
S8(k h~a te of the very greatest impor-
imoo,tsbe ill etea-for all the climates
&b hebiaiid aywbere, and it has more
dE i bt the squareimch thanall the other
tatmiathnanoa put together. Califor-
I Ihiia. Althonghthishasbeeasis-
e. tern raltm time,and pioneers to
alhahahd einlmed ityearsago, it has
-baI em- inrie of the past ten years
Stht tlhas bMbetlieved but great has
|*e the elMf and greater still the
Snd ef touristsa who have poured into
i staB to he benea4ted by ita climate.
llarmbser of people coming in every
i' Wtr has bemso great and has in
e gesd from yearto year that it haI
i ha tm hapoesible to furnish accumn-
mL flilllaror them in spite of the fict
t mImms btuildings have b.een erveted
" dieMa enlarged every year, and
; ai-nn otyet. nor will it be lon as
S emanhremai ms as it is but what it
'' b oree dly he described; it can only be


i lu hasmore capital in its cli-
a th e combined wealth of the
Samm, V6drbil, Rockek4ller. Goulda
S-J. Pie.poat Morgan put together.
S nd the mate is free.-Correspondent
w. im (Texas) Gasetteer.


FUIT II POTATOES.
S la the ising ofi potatoes Florida
maae than hold her own with any
ta tin the Uaio. They reach market
; t~ saad of the Bermuda crop. and in
9 m way are mperior, and in conse-
.l. gmseemeaadahettUerpriee. even when
l- lt into competition. The Year
SdOthe AgricturalDepartamnt for
sklrbb potatoes arst plassay-
e.- W b high in the first for
y a. of1900MW beiago bush-
Wam% a ta vale of 96I.60 per
-A P per bishel. On taking
*W ltl isliMand farm price for ten
MIy l lt to and induding 1900,
'al ^^G t, h er average price


th larq t potato producing State in
th t UMoL i as follows: Yield 81.2
b hdl peraee;priee 458eets per bush-
el; am value, $U.81 per acre."


IMECT TE MS AID TOADS

B o sm Osm-Nuws:
I have a Downing ever-bearing mul-
berry tree on whih the birds have been
feasting for the last two and a half
montha. Noticing lately the blackbirds.
mocking-birds, grosbeaks and other in-
sect eating birds flocking on my Iusture
in large numbers, I made an investiga-
tion and found large numbers of the
leaf-folding worms on my Florida clover.
weeds and grass, on which the birds
were mating. I also noticed a number
of toads, as fat as pigs, attending to
the same duty of clearing the plants
of thew worms.
It is impossible to eonerive the amount
of good thesti birds and toads do in the
courseof theseason in ridding our yards
of noxious insect and worms, and tlhev
should befully protected and encouraged.
An Audubon Society would do much
towards giving imforination. and
encouraging this work. (Our 6y or-
dinanme Ians done much to encourage
the stay of the birdm in the city limits.
Let us plant mullberries to eniounr.u' the
birds to stay with us longer so tliwy will
be here when needed. E. N. W.


A Ha.pliable Heathen.
It was high noon nid Monday.
Worse yet, It was the thirteenth day
of the month. A knock was heard at
the* kitchen door of thile Burns man-
sion. The ('itinse servant opened the
door. A trampu of long aiil varied ex-
perlencee accostdl him:
*"I've Ieen traveling. and have played
In mighty hard luck." oh.erved the
tramp. "I lost all of my money, and
now I'm hungry 'very. very hungry.
Can't you please i e nie 11 little Ilte
of soletiiinig to eiat '
The <'hin inUn n lomilreli,:ilekl tlio sit-
uation alt onlt'e. A. oitti' olewt. placid
smile spread Itself ote.r his entire
countenance.
"You like fllsh?' he asked of the
tramp
"Yes. I like fish first rate. That will
do as well as anything."
"Come Flida3." said the hospitable
heathen.-New York Tlimes.

3orn aid Died the Same Day.
"Born and dw.ild o: thie amie day"
Is true of the following conspicuous
mne: Shak.es'teare was born April *3.
1504. anslid died April Zl. 1ilot. Raphael
Segio d'Urbino. tihe gre:it :artist. was
born on Go.dl I'riiay. 1.S3. and (lied
on Good Friday. I.-'U. agled thirty-sev-
en Good Friday Is ai movable feast.
no the day 4-f the m.intlitn may not hare
been the same. Sir Thlomas Browne.
author of "IN ligitN Mesliel." wais born
Oct. 19. I0t:5.. and di d Oct. 11),. 168.
Timothy Swan. coiimposer. was born
July 23. 1738. and died July 23. 1812.
8t. John of iod. one of the most emil-
nent of l'artmguent ssaints, was born
March 8. 1495. ndl died M:irchb 8. 1550.
John Sobleski. king of 'Poland. who de-
Uvered Vienna from the Turks, was
born June 17. I(TM. and died June 17,
104K
A "*Trlaedy."
A Missouri paper gives an account
of an amusing little "tragedy" which
It claima occurred in its town. A man
aud his wife were riding home on a
street car. He was reading his paper,
when another lady got on. The car
was crowded, and without glancing up
he arose and gave her his meat, receiv-
ing a gracious smile In payment. The
man's wife Immediately got up. gave
the bellrope a hard Jerk and Invited
her husband to get off. When be
looked around to learn the cause of her
anger, be discovered that the woman
to whom he had given his sent was his
irat wife, whom he had divorced two
years before. They walked the rest
of the way home, and he la still ex-

The Daiaer Table.
The woman from New England buys
a "tableapread." while her sister from
the south buys a "tablecloth." The
woman from Nova Scotia orders the
servant to "lay the table," while with
most of us natives of the United States
the command is to "set the table." In
the country the hostess says to her
guests. "Sit by," when it is time to
eat; In town It is "Please sit down;"
In the city among the swells there is
no further Invitation than the an-
nouncement of the servant that "Din-
ner Is served."-Exchange.
gaseet of Fruit oe the Stomach.
The malic acid of ripe apples, either
raw or cooked, will neutralize any ex-
cess of chalky matter engendered by
eating too much meat It it also the
fact that such fresh fruits as the apple.
thL pear and the plum, when taken
ripe and without sugar, diminish acid-
Ity In the stomach rather than provoke
it Their vegetable sauces and juices
are converted into alkaline carbonates,
which tend to counteract acidity.

Safer Too.
Lover-One kiss Is worth a hundred
etter-.Oh youre ery sentimen-
Damsel-Ob. you're very sentimen-


taL
Lover-Oh, no. The kiss, you know,
can't be introduced in a breach of
promise suit.

soft and Warm.
The latest device of girlhood Is a
fancy for stuffing pillows with old love
letters. There sla one thing about the
contents of these pillows that can be
depended upon with a marked degree
of certainty-they are sure to be soft.

Halifax Music House,


D6ytona, lorida.


Anti-Monopoly Prices:


Fine Pianos........... $
Hirhrk PwrakA,


"LeE


- ..~- I.


sew S- eiu dp*


double fanilatsm r ORemOaNm I-
rent. Inquire of Marm. J. A.D -


I


Why break your back to keep your floor dean?

Why break your bac~k to keep your floors clean ?


GOLD DUST
will do the work twice as well, in half the time, at half the cost. It's the modern
cleaning substitute for soap. A household without GOLD DUST is almost as
badly off as a ship without a rudder. For your own sake try GOLD DUST in
cleaning. You'll never again be without it.

Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
Chicago New York Boton St Lis--Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP.


WOOD WANTIED-T Om M mEWS **.
sres several cords of stove we"O
subscription. Bring It maong.
PRINTING PRBJMm--ThCstto-3Wm
has two large mime priSntUag prnes, whi
will be sold veryeheap.

A Bad Breath
A bad breath means a bad
stomach, a bad digtion, a
bad liver. Ayer's Pills are
liver pills. They cure cor-
stipation, biliousness, dys-
pepsia, sick headache.
2=. A:3 druggaTs.
Want your i"< ,#ttri'w or b.ard a b-'4t7
ursw or rG.h Mark' hI hei s. t e
BUCKINGHAM'S DYEV6"Z I
CTS. of wr I. P A..;

II. H. SEELYE. M. A., M. D.

Physician and Surgeon.
Offihe and residence 127 Ridgewood
aveue, oplowitp Ridgpwood Hotel.
Telephone No. 85. 8-30

1914 It I PARKINSOIN


*--

P. e ai s m
Office at Europea Bomtl. h
DATosA, FLomA.


Daytona Ice 4
Wm. Wxzzao,. M anr.


PURE ICE

Made from Distilled Water


Factory open from 7 to 12 Sundays


'Phone 48


Marriage. Wthout Money.
The poet and divine. John Donne,
who Iet-aue dtnn of St. Paul's in 1821.
married a daughter of Sir George
Moore without the eiise-nt of her par-
ents. II11 :was tol by hi.s f:tther-ln-law
that I ;was tnot it ,x'sct aiy money
f'rmi lhint. Tih i.nrid'gr ii v went home
and wrote this witty nolte.".John ~ onne,
Ante i telno. uIlonie. which lie sent
to tih :at-ry f.illhi.r, and this had the
effect o restoring tliem to favor. They
were %ery i,.,or at first. lnut things
soon got brighter. :id they lived most
happily together.
Sir Jiosliti li ynold.s after Flaxman
land married told liiia that this would
ruin himn as an artist. When the hus-
tand ritlted this to his wife, she re-
solved that in:rri:ge should make
and not lu:tr herl hIlshand and to this
end further resolved that he should
study at tomnie amd do everything that
he miight Lt.ive done without nmatri-
monial reslontsililities. "BHt how?"
asked l'laxiimn. "Work and econo-
nlize," rejoiined the brave woman.
So well did they do this that lie found
that "wedlock is for an artist's good.
rather than his hnrin." sand they both
discovered that they were made for
each other. ___
'oi "i lo ail t;lst ihll tiilte olltlh ( h i -
i-alaiii Stolliachli ;ti .l iter Tailhkts.
or s IOe I 1y all 'druggist.s.
Good Cooks.
"If all sick people had good cooks,"
says the London Hospital. "bow much
greater might be the proportions of re-
coveries'" The value of the patent
foods which are advertised so much
lies largely, it says. In the ease with
which they are prepared for the table.
You Know What You Are Taking
l'lien you take (irove's Tisteless C(hill
Tonic ICu'ilSC.'thei fiormniul is plainly
printed ,on every I otti.- showing that it
is simply iron akil quinmi'e iu tastlessh.
form. CI'uren-. N I' ay. 23..'.

A Natural Queetion.
Little Walter was eating lunch, when
he gave his arm a sudden shove, and,
splash! down went his glass of milk.
"I knew you were going to spill
that" said mamma angrily.
"Well, If you knew." queried Walter,
"why didn't you tell me'f"

Solving the Problem.
"What can I do for my little boy,"
asked mamma. "so that be won't want
to eat between meals?"
"Have the meals ficker together," re-
plied the young hopeful.

To Cure a Cold In one lDay.
li' k, I.;'\ ti'e l ono (t lii ll T;ilel,.ts.
All ilrugg1i.st-s nrfuii thlt l intlin'y if it fails
ti El|| l. \V. (irov'.s niwla;tlll- oil
,'n hl lmi \; :25j.

In liIa If reanms.
Ilewitt -- i\\in I w\-:s on the boat tho
other n.i.ht. I had a lower lierth. but I
dre:iated I was sleeping in the upler
lerth.
Jcevctt -Sort of oeurslept ,yourself.
elh?

Ill.% 01 Ill| |I I; \\ ol"\|..
I'hihlin i oft ori v int from p:in.lhut
I'roii hunin. ,'i. :iltlht, ll" ii|, at udili |;i tll .v
Tl 11ii 1 r itrt. :1ri. I I r in i : nitiin .

li.v \li rm- .in A ie'\\ io ,..~t of W.hit- s
1A1'Viil t ; hej l I i.' ii t i liriv j-f It lliit-. \b '
inilih to tlt l. rp' i, 2 ;in| joy of the"
,noth.r 2.-. al .I. M ..l ,tl ..


TIDE TABLE.
\\,.,.k ,,.,,iL i iii s plt '21. 19',12
I~hllil "11TIM ,


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Sat arailay...........................


7:14;


10: -,



2:47





10:12


Jo .sepi i Westlhafer. (f L.oogotee. Int..
O9;n is a '""", nin. but he sa'3s he would not


MALARIA AND

YELLOW JACK
(Me N. Y. raM, JauayK 1 IL.)
Tqhe widow of Dr. Laeare, who, in
the employ of the Government, went
to Cuba, wea inoculated with Yellow
Fever through mosquito bites, and died,
applied to Congreas for relief to-day."
The above tell of the mad culmina-
tion of a series of experiments by the
Government, all of which proved con-
clusively that the familiar moseequito is
a dangerous vehicle for carrying Ma-
laria, "Yellow Jack," ad other malar-
ial fevers.


Those wh(b. are exposed to mosquitos
or other malarial influence should take
warning. Iron is the fighting element
in the blood and provides nature with
sufficient resistance to ward off disease.
But if the blood is impure or impov-
erished, or if there is weakness, it
means that the fighting qualities of the
blood have been lowered, and conse-
quently there is danger. If you would
escape, keep the blood pure and prop.
erly nurahed with

Dr. Harter's

Iron Tonic
It supplies the blood with iron In a
natural way. It is recognized every-
where as the best blood purifier and
tonic in use, and it has been used for
half a century.


p


Houston, Tex., Aug. 1,101.
"I bave used Dr. Harter's
I oaTonic myself and nla my
family for over twenty-fve years, and
ema heartily recommend It. I rg- It
as prtlularly valuableto ward -am-
laai and other fevn.


SJ. H. HAYTES,
land and EIgraiUo AtL., Fris o lUe.
(Is.a gmegstm ue s mgnamm el kmPe.)
Truth.
Truth Is always consistent with It-
self and needs nothing to help it out.
It Is always near at hand. sits upon
our lips and is ready to drop out be-
fore we are aware. A lie Is trouble-
some and sets a man's invention upon
the rack. and one trick aeeds a great
many more to make it good.
A Stay at Home Traveler.
Stranger-What wonderful tales old
Blinks relates! lie must have been a
great traveler In his day.
Native--te was never outside the
county In his life: but. you see. his
mind has wandered for years.-Ex-
change.
One of lHer roller.
"Don't you know me? I'm your long
lost brother."
"How do you suppose I can remem-
her alln theo nen I've promised to lbe a
sister to'?"-New York Herald.


IMr. l-:itor:- \l I.\ in-o to ..iw:k :i f.\\
words in f avr of Chitili--l.haini's i 'on,1l
ellnedyllv. I slff'erlr' for 1Ihl-e v,:Irs % itl1
tlh I Irnlil.liitis aind ,',, l nu, t 1 111 hI 4 tI
niiglts. I tri-i.d so-. r.il diH.toi, s iian
variais patent muedlicies., hut oi-ildl tr
riithiti to gi in II ny. V rlvi,.-f until ,i
%\ ifi- got It bottle of tlhish v.:lii:ihilel mi1di
cidl. bwiw hi has Co-iluihIPil.-trly -'bv livd ntIll
-\ W S. lrM, -kimn.a Itautr.ll. M.1. This
ii-n.Ivdy is for sale hl' all druggists.


An Earnent Salatation.
"Ah," said Biggs as a prosperous
looking man who had cordially salut-
ed Diggs passed on, "that's the way 1
like to hear a man speak. He seemed
sincerely glad to find you alive and
well."
"'Yes," replied Diggs. "He probably
was. lie's the president of the com-
pany my life's insured in."-Brooklyn
Life.



2 *latureato is o every box of Noe geula
i Laxative Bre.Q0 uue N0to
Noe m@uAam t ems a sk ise em
KaIights of Old.
The knights of the days of chivalry
were so well protected by their armor
that thwp m. ri, l.. __. ....


A GREAT RAILWAY. Attory-at-Ltnw.
,dCollections Given Prompt Attention.
I'le Cl..ic. ,. Milwaukee & St. Piaul Offie with Bingham & Thompson.
lilhvi,:ty Owii amnd oerates over <6,t1NI )AMVN)NA, FLORIDA.
miles of thIn' i0 r Khly .ellipi|N il| ro;il ins
Illinois. Wisconsin, lowat, .Minnesota. BERT FISH.
Sou'th Iikita. North Ihakltit. .Missori. Attorney-at-LaW.
:.il tlh. I Ip.-r I.ptniisula of til.iga. I'rompt attention given to all business.
it o1wn1s 111il i o tiei';,t.s .1ll q4111111'ii1-l1, ill (im01. in the County Building.
r i-(' i iri hs i'nrhlr |" nil;l iii l g ; it, A N.**x''-LOR

Ill.-' of .-r4 iTe.l,.iV#- Ual|.<. l ,li-i l. V r;La il%\ ;.l V
in t#). world. I )aytona Electrical Co
SI lh:LS .-iin ;a 'ionier in th.li Ntorthlesl .|. ('. PEK TT'.HKR, MANAGSR.
:in %l t\\.t in th,. us. .of tlie lilio k s stem,
ill the oil.eratlioii of its trains, in tl. tF.-LEc'TRI('AL ('ONTRA('I lHUM.
lighting of tr-.iniis liy .el'--tricity. hI-atiang
l.y Vt.a-ii ;,ill many.vt olter p>rlrogn-resive Wiring for Electric Lights a Spcialty
Im t lio wlis. wvlih lhm\- iail.l safet.ly,. .itI-
frt .iinl lim\,ry to* travel It is alys -
thie llmir in that dlirre-t it' i.
The' I 'ioi-i-.r .iimiite'd Tr'I'ains IN-t.weelv n l 'F ll supply of all kinds of ele tri-ail
('li<. ag, St. l'.ilul a111l Minniill.plis hiave. applian-esw anud msiul)lics always on lhiand.
the e loth-est and1 iI halllsonil -st Shlee,-


inll- 'irs ill tl I o l the 1 la lihe I .-i t l dining
(';i "str ii-.
Timi.- ta;iles, li nips uail iafor lai.titili
furnished on .1ppli,'itin to F. A\. Miller.
Ihen. l'Pass Aten.t. 1ld I'Colony Ilhfilding.
Chi iagio.
Stop the Cough and Works off the Co
i.:;s:ti\l 1mIroi Quiiim. T' llle' ts r'.i- al

ctiistrtition ( N)ticc.
The n-gistrltiona liooks ftor I district No.
M will Ie otlenii .M1 lay's ai mI Satiird;iy:
frnim Spt. 1. !1942 to ,4h-toler 11. 19U12.
at the h-itors of to 12 :i. mn.. and i to i
p inll.. in tl.- City la.ll.
lll: \ Sn 'I uMIIT.
.epiYu IR-gistratiton illi-e.r.

2.1 1\:\ .i:s ,slt-; ric..
It. 11. Fl.-ter.: ls S. 21 St.. Salt Lake
(Il.-. 1.it,.- "I have l-4rn lIttl ,n- il i
\\hi hi tldy-pim ,ioritiidi tion for 21 ye.-ars
rid a n i, ll i-f-t ,1 r- it hI ,mit .elief, 11rec I-
tly I g v l1 hiot ti.- of h nl" 'hiill.. I)nel' ot titl'
i'nl*I inle. I t111a nol \ ta;l| rinig off ion thine
.s ,oipil I ll;lat. .r-coilil eltll l it to Ill.,
flrijllds; it is i rll-lil tlhrlll Ioo." .1- ;lat
.1 M .oi -,,. .

Expremmlve.
It was Tommny's first glass of soda
water that he had beeu teasing for so
long.
"Well. Tommy, how does It taste?"
asked his father.
"Why." replied Tommy, with a puz-
zled face. "it tastes like your foot's
nsleep."-C'ineinanati Enquirer.


Sp*e-4ial attention to marine work.

Sem.inoih Building. Daytona. Flit.


/ashington

Only $16.05
Frol .Iamksonville, corn mtpol-
ing rates from other points.
First-chel. round trip tickets on
sale' (ht. 3. 4, -5 and 6, limit by
extension, ;>kh* additional, to
NiV. :1. A ecount (i. A. R. No
extra i-harke for the fast time or
hiixurioui service of
THE NEW INITIAL
LINE AT
.IACKSONVILLE,

Southern Railway

MOST LUXURIOUS
TRAINS
IN THE WORLD.
Every morning at 9 o'clock.
very evening at 7:55 o'chlock.
froma .lu-kskonville; hles than 23
ho14ui- to Washintnm via
Seilthern Railway.
('ity Tit.ket Office, 108 West Bay Street,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Full information can lie obtained.fromi
II. ;. (CAlRY, D. P'. A., Jacksonville.


Volfata Awmqe amd aio3ad


S HGovt.
AW iHITtlor, BrILI nK AND CoNTrkaWVg
Residem-e and office, northeast corner m
Ridge ood and Volsia arenuea.
"I'hone t9. Daytona, Florial


Ocean House,
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor.
Rate $2.00 per Day and Upwamb
Special to Regular BoardeA.
NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA.


SEE


J. D. Carmhae
before youhaive your plumbing do6
He can save you 13. per cent. All work.
guaranteed. Rear of City Hotel. S41

9 0! T 4 -


DaytuiaTdc

Company


Connections with DeLand, Holly
Hill, Ormond and Moundgrove.
I --I-.


f&At -7


'I t" TO
I n ii ly ri t- 11it.i ti- s inplitanIs oi !
A; in1n1 n ill'hI t-h1n. is chillili-ss. so.re I. California m Return
I1r"1:11 t. hoi .kin. ,|iii ,n,,, i,,,,,l,, sn,.ir,,n. li\, i,.,,,,.,,t Via L. Q[ N. R. R .
".".l:ll,I .... .f .,ll ,r.d (II.. ,hlI \\ill *
* rl\ I t. i 1. :,.,I at th,.- I"st si ni of :1 I ilst-..lass remind trip tickets from
lli Ii :l I i i >t l:i .:iks oi ilHle oln sal August I ti ). (' r-
, .;l .I 1 M .lo,,. r.s|lo ,dii, raI- ..s f'rol1 otler IH inlts.
'TiI ckes g ind going tlone \y amln -
-.. ,. -- t"lli i- lier. F;vrlable stolpotver
S- ,- lrl';lalln lilts. Final limit Sept. 30.


ache.


Sick lwadache, nervous head-
ache, tired headache, neuralgic
h-'adache, catarrhal headache,
headache from excitement, in
f ict, headaches of all kinds are
quickly and surely cured with
DR. MILES'*

Pain Pills.
Also all pains such as backache,
neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatic
pains, monthly pains, etc.
"Dr. Miles' Pain Pills are wot their
weight in gold,." says Mr. W. D. Krea-
mer, of Arkansas City. Kan. *They
cued my wife of chronic headache
when nothing else would."
"Dr. Miles' Pain Pills drive away
pain as if by magic. I am never with-
out a supply, and think everyone
should keep thea handy. One or two
pills taken on approach of headache
will prevent it every time."
K YS. S sG JOHNSON, Chicaio, Ill.
Through their use thousands of
people have been enabled to at-
tend social and religious func-
tions, travel, enjoy amusements,


ltIlNIAD TRIP RATES 'I'lTO VII
HII'01 VI'SEST & NOW'l i w Es'l'


WHEN COMPANY RO1101'S IN
Ido not *e at a lo for something dainty
for their rtfreshment. Send t) the


GRA.MLING RAKERY


For full information laddr s,
1. M. FLKMI.I;.
Fltoridla PassengIer Agent, L. & N. It.R..
SJacksonville. Fla.


Losley Q

Titus v 'P


POOL s vat
& RTT IARD

ROOMS. .

lltitLunches served at all hours.
Oy.str stews a spt tialty.


for some of their delicious bread, cake or
pastry.
A fresh supply is lprmduwied each day,
and e':u'h article is light, -crisp, wBole-
some ( ind p.1 r1.
Th'y i'V plls, e llie.gi..st and reSlet
cr1ilit on the hosti'ss.


Gramling Bakery


N. ERICKSON


Cabinet Maker and

Wood Worker as


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I


A COM \IMI \TION.















FOOL GAL"


6m gabl" ms his plsalam,

I r sa I am a pdmmasm

M- p happen to amft
r
I happen to e& up into Ver.
atDs a sary I dat Mine to


djetsms, amn wih a sui
Sl w t1 al ir anT S ace:
Sk wh do wah bnke

att i ame t le y' bLt.
i wmg alg l 4 Imt amy ele manrs

& u t day he put his ha' en my
-Iea Fm gwi eR offto 6e wal,
I e de- mketdse an' dsb chilln
01Wi m errueeF-tmatd"y3W earfnu
ag s-o a p aeInka aya an adthea
af ollph I eber see wot's
blbmb yTm' h om b a. Whe
ioa bI w I IWmg to AMd all safe, or
1 Spu o a ye' a dead alggah'
% Mua h pund to be talked to
aa~ way. ItdaMWhan'. so, an'
w, du on do hYaUlhbo to walk
abor oramli body be t' dey injure
a ha nisWn & ad bmsiJtes or de cht-
sum "h wen t right away, an' I
'MWgm dWeioge to' de safety ob
S s bly. I had it all fixed fo' to
S d dse beaet s' to put de plate an
-is fe t es wge an' dribe 'em all
atisdottlgu ebYasks. I mount-
a-d me eb d a iggaha an' made pick-
Sutte m Wo' to gib warning ar
'-V Wa wte m~gh gal on de plantation.
g ''I war might' stuck on her. One
@be ay to me: "Jullus, dar is a
A gVla' on in de holler, an' I want
I sg WIll yo' tek me? I tole her
t dee war reports ob Yanks coming'
SAtlanta an' I war 'bleeged te

qg fieau a biIgah ool dan her own
gM hee beaded me to tek her to

4 mno war risn' In de morning
Se we started to' de plantation.
d lag I knowed I veered #e soun'
Sabugle. I stop still an' turn de dirt
aft Ma lah when 6e blood goes
e is ~face. I fearedd to see mare
hn be W de family in my car', an'
I* w7 e-potin' his finger at me.
e Iwgot a sn out dat tool gal an'


4 ablgadI bee Iadsoult ony ime to
a s Ge middle oh Gde roae an'


Id allaB gahrG war ane tole
hea ba cIo me I de bght befo' to
e dat Marie rm"an's bum-
wara- mn', a-sboveln de whole
y into e spaciouss moufls an'
OW woud he at de plantation befo'

fi thought ob dat fool gal wet
t no away from de post whar marie
0 % m a' Id thought I would.hab a

M to i Mt do arbly ad' de plate an'
l an' h a e I war dane-
adi ga ['war. I wished
[I went on. an', cam-
b l e groundd, I saw de
Wg Wh I mI got to de plantation,
I a I' dat amle Marse Tom"-
W~l ut What was your master's
fyf e d ec Parker."
ff b.a*Iee ie Marse Tom. fou'teen
*e, had iaed his rile at de
a der d had sht him dead."
S .alu i em I saw de po' little
MWr ly" us his back, white as a
1. I pe l d him up an' carrcid
os t d e ome. I wanted to ry.
I s mldn't, I war so mad at dat

to bed In saw mise ti a-lookin' at
I m.a .wua t.o me dat lonk
qis I a i d turned an" let' dat plan-
M a, am' I member went back dar
s am'. I din't keer whar I went
hugs I gt away. 'ticularly b"fo'I
UWe come home rum de wah. On
is way I met dat fool gal wet tek me
T fm my poi Soon's I saw her i
.. t har. ihe saw blood in my
am' i e eer sc"

"'low yo' know her name Sally?'
*"Never mitl. What became of her? '
"Ore day when I war been' on dim
.. station I saw dat fool gal looking'
abr de fence at me. I throwed down
my has as'm to' her, but she migh'

a y. Do go' kw, mar.e, I chase
g -al ti I get tired. Den she mek
me say I ergib her, but I war lyin'
Ad .i tis e an' I had to marry her to'


Sa I m havia' de life pestered
a a We war bot sich big fools
w e emdamt keep apart."
JU a. natte Tea Parker was't
"Wet yW kow "*bout dat, I lak to
Snow all about It. rm Tom
OTW'? To' Marme Tom? Yo' pec
S mt b dat? Marine Tom war a
o bhg."
S ihe am. Today hie to ver fifty
W de Ia-wd. Mamne Tom how yo'
NTHAN ALLUN LINCOLN.

;. IM PI OM TIK D AD.
J C. W. IaadiG "Porter"lortbeOriental
Stnas, aaute. Can.. says: -1 know
what it wm to maier with eurnalgia
dm I did, mad I got a bottle of Ballardi
Now Luiimet and I was 'raised from-


MN.Ida M. Snyder,
Toiass n 4We a"
*sbftM31 U04i Aft a
soir bal we wdha meI
WaRa, m$ eAwns and and IN
i to c for u i It me
I aaI m
"id m MEl asm o bel 2 5&
S""d'sa ased aissa tod

andMi kaeyM mesw hoai. ame
Wine dferdnui oisarefglmcwi the
tmishiNg tomic for women. It e

caty Waredtoore 1emg-












fascInat inly near.
"I want you," he Mtld slowly, glaring
Into the boy'a eye. "to go upatatfs and
see If I left my toothbnmh and comb In
my room. Toothbrush and comb, tooth-
brush, toothbrush, toothbrush! Don't
forget what I want, boy, and hurry,
Io. Got to get my train."
"N-no, slr-r; y-ye, sir," chattered
WUH104
Window baung about Impatiently,
watching the clock like a hawk. Only
two minutes to spare. Just as he
caught up his bag to depart Willie
eame on a dead run across the floor,
his face aglow with the sense of a lofty
mission well performed.
"Yea. air," he cried eagerly. "you left
'emr
Winslow gaged at his empty handed
emissary. His lips moved, but no words
came forth. Then, with an inarticulate
snarl. he stepped into the waiting car
rlage.-Kansas City Journal.


Paih Uleowslu mat Up the Urne.
How on earth or In the water fish
contrive to blow large baits three or
four yards up the line has yet to be
explained. It is a common thing to
find large slabs of pilchard bait used
for pollack blown right up the line by
large fish. This happens only when
the pollack Is Itself hooked. I have re-
cently found that large bass serve one
the same trick, writes a correspondent.
but in this case the Nbss, which is a
more cunning fish than the pollack,
sometimes gets away. To realize the
Immense difficulty of such a feat let
any one put even a piece of ijper on a
hook and endeavor tho blow it up the
line with a bellows. Much more dil-
cult It must be with the resistance of
the water, and by what muscular ac-
tion the fish contrives it I know not. I
have searched the textbooks In vain
for some hint on the subject.-London
Opinion.
The Woed "Piclcs."
Few people know the original mean-
Ing of the word "picnic." It is to be
found set out In the London Tinmes of
a hundred years ago. "A picnic sup-
per consists of a variety of dishes. The
subsecribTrs to this entertainment have
a bill of fare presented to them, with
a number agnaiist each dish. The lot
which lie draws olilges him to furnish
the dish marked against it, which he
either takes with him In his carriage
or sends by a servant The proper
variety Is preserved lay the talents of
the maltre d'hotel. who forms the bill
of fare. As the cookery is furnished by
so nriany people of fiashlon each strives
to ex(el. :imld thus a picnic supper not
only gives rise to much pleasant mirth.
aut generally can boast of tthe reline-
nment of the art."
I rE-;TAIN Vs 'lI1 1 a: o all a ~\-I.TI:% % \I'I
III %\1i(ll"1 \%.
h So v''irs na I n' :>-* *' ai *a pT '
siyv F. 1.. T; lh r. *I N.e .\ll,;i.i\ lihnl,
Fl.a l I i slilV. I' 4 4I N\\ i- t:>k ii -' ll, -iil.1
wiil di:j-rriI'ae:s. : 1\Im l i -\ a.i. o'it tio 1 gi\v
up tih' trip. 'hll fdilor %'1ai4 n l lh s.
I 'eyvilkl M,.sS"igI r. lsul es ..I'l that I
take 1 lo '. if I 'llialil.-l-'rlliii' siC4' I i'-.
C'hoek .a and liiarrli(s,-a l iteiAl'. 1 aiilr-
'clu10e* l :l I.attlh' ":1iidl I wi.fi.n' SUirtii .1r 4nal tali' 1inl thtic roit. I
itUaile th,' trip smi evl-'t sfllV .yaliI l'vel i flit
any ill effect. Again last simiiilna-r I w\\ :.
ailsi t l tcoimpei'tely runit itiwi with nil
at Utk of dysentery. I lIouglt ;i la a>ltI'
of this Sunw lT'mely ianid thIis tinue onal'
doe' llun a'.'" old1 lby all druggists.


Sh e nlemMsS e seals.
Hudrsds ato eals mad& Nemlso to
land, to the smth Shetland group, look
black as night as we approached. They
dporafted themselves la the water and
played upon the shore. In wonder, not
alarmed there stared at us as we drew
near in a mall boat. We leaped on
bore among them. Still they looked
at lan damb curiosity. I was as
much Impresed as were the seals and
tared as hard at them in an answer-
lang wonder.
"Come, old fellow," said young So
bral, approaching one of the large
Meals with outstretched hand.
It edged away a few feet.
"Move on, then," be said. smacking
it oo the back with his open hand
It edged a little farther away, look-
Ing over Its shoulder with an injured
air. But It made no attempt to seek
mfety. A mere plunge Into the water
would have brought freedom from any
danger. Several leopard seals were
shot by our party, and their fellows
gathered around them, wondering why
they lay so motionless and staring at
us with wide, pathetic eyes.-lade
pendent.
0O e the Coll ge a.
"lay." *aid the short, stout man. "I
want to know something. You know
there are lot of dialects in the United
States and lots of funny words, and I
can't tell what is right and what isn't
Now. for instance, one of those Reu-
bens from down east was showing me
his turnout, and he spoke of that air
hore' and 'this 'ere wagon.'"
"That's wrong awful bad form,' in-
terected the young man fresh from
college who had been listening Intently
for a chance to display his wisdom.
"Well. then," replied the stout man,
with the satisfied twinkle of a success-
ful plotter, "I suppose I can't say that
I don't like that air from yon open
window on this car."
"Oh, come on! The lunch isto on me
again," said the college man as the of-
flee clock struck an even dosen and
the pretty typewriter gave a convul-
sive ehoke.-New York Tribune.
me Get aH Pri'ce.
Robble, the beadle of Kilwinning,
ence had to dig a grave for the wife of
a well to do but niggardly farmer.
When all was over, the farmer as-
sured Robble that he was obliged to
him for the trouble he had taken.
"Oh." said Robble, "there's nae sense
In that. ye ken. It's just four and sax-
pence."
"Four and saxpence! I thought you
beedles did this for nothing."
"Oh. faith. no. I Just ay get four
and ta xpence."
"I'll not give you four and saxpenca
I'll give you half a crown."
"Faith. I'll no tak it."
"Well, if you'll not take half a crown
you'll get nothing."
"Very weeL" said Robble, digging
his spade into the grave. "Dod, up
she comes!" Robble got his four and
saxpeucc.


Spoke Prom Expetriece.
Fond Mother Now, look here,
Georgel I want you to break off with
that girl. She Is very pretty and all
that, but I know her too well to want
you to risk your life and happiness by
marrying her. Why, she knows no
more about bousekreping than I do
about Greek-noat I LaiL
George-Perhais not, but she can
learn.
Mother-After marriage is rather late
for that. George.
George-But you said yourself that
you did not know a thing about house-
keeping until after you were married.
Mother-Very true, George, and your
poor father died of dyspepsia twenty
years ago.
Th.e Walklx premW.
The walking fern has a most original
way of getting over the ground. It
bends its slender frond and starts a
root by extending the tip of the mid-
rib. So it sets up a new plant and is
anchored fast on all sides by its rooted
frond tips, covering the ground with a
rich carpet of verdure. The variety of
runners along the ground Is as great as
the climber. All motion of the plant
is a form of growth. The plant grows
by day and by night, but more by day,
as light and beat are incentives to
prowth.-Youth.
The Best Prescriptiom for Malaria
I'hill aisl l"'vear is :t liotthls 4lf l'uos :F v*S
T.' s.TE'IL :ss C'1s.I.. TOri'. It is .-ililpl.
Iron al nd e l aiiiiin ii s :i alst ,l.ss fIoriii
X. s POiii .. N I 'ri q ..ui l .-lts'..


Call and See


thel ww lll(' ()I i' i


Henry Schmidt. PfpliotorP


UPand Fiber M and
I-LV,* U MANUFACTiIR o of BIGH


DIaler in Second Hand Furitare and Stoves.
Your Old Furnitua Made Goodst a
Beach St. and Belleview Ave. IJIo-.l


iLn,,.


W. F. Gil, Jr., & Co.



IT TJNERYand DRESSMAKING

We have opened our niew tor and anr now ready for your
trade. A new litii of liindiHonie eofP a pillows have just been received
-and they an- Ileaut ies. What shirt waiMts we have are being
ilo sd out at very low ligurins.
Our first fall millinery opwaing will take plame alimt a week
front next Taueday. See announcement next week.
We have engaged Mrs. llunWgrfonr, an expert dreswmaker of
Chicago, to preside over this, dlpartnwnt. Call and get prkies on
any kind of drnwmaking and garment work.


MRS. J. A. DOUGLASS


North Beach Street.


9-6 i


W. I G 1 I j & C 0 Lead


s4 es s on i0 e*********o e
TIe largestt iandl Most Conipk-te Stw-k l
of l)rng in i).y.itona. 'nresriptionn conm- 0
pounded lIy gistered 1'hlirmanuimt only.


P Perfumery and Toilet Articles. '
TRY OUR PINE TAR ('OUiII IAl.SAM-2.5 7ents a bottle. *
-clk street, I t4 F FDAYTONA. LOI D A
***ooosss************soso**s*******:**********00**


BOND & BOND C0.,
(INCORPORATED)
--MANU FACTI'RIRS .0(F-

Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

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


HALIFAX WAGON ORKS
4 1I. f1. GODWIN, Proprietor


Wire Grass Goods,



Rugs and Art Squares


J. H. Niver & Son


Nvas l Bonad lassaalaa.r 'Y.11-4


A STRONG CONTRAST.
SThere's a big contrast between the light
you are perhaps "getting along with" and(

the light you would have if you used

ELECTRICITY. 4

()ur business is to wire the house. (Our
electricians are competent workman and
* you can rest assured that it will be done I
right. Let us talk it over with you.
S~~~ ^ *


FINE WAGONS


CARRIAGES.


:sand4 a s''-ral Illhackassuitljisg
Horse-Sh oeingno L,,,l Ita'ia:66nits.


lhsvtaasem..Fla.


We are about to open aCoal TYs4
and expect th firmt carload a
Nov. 15th. Our price will be right
M. M. GODWIN,
Te.leplmMP Uuimb a
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DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS,
E. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor.
MeCzeIfm Zh 3dwaeds. k6 maaes.
Moulding, Scroll Saw Tuiug
C J V onial Columnd, PorchColumman
Work anM Wood Yard. Puleys MatktoO esr. .bow7


DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


4-19


FOUNTAIN CITY PHARIlACY,
NoRTH BEACH STREET
Has a Select 8tock of.....
DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES,
COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.
Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.


I)i. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted prokwfionally during businM
hours; oflk- hour Sundays, 9:IN) to 10::31 a. m.; 2:304 to 4:30) p. m.


Trowell's Express 0M Baggage Line '


R. F. TROWELL, Proprietor,


Office in the Up-to-Date Barber Shop.


Telephone 98


All Calls Given Prompt Attention.


Piano Moving a Specialty.




j Fresh fleats.

We now carry a full stock of fresh

Seats, in connection with Ciocies.

TRY SOME OF OUR SWEET

0 PICKLES.


D. F. MORRISON


Longe's Old Stand.


'Phone 19.


* Cormem' 3.eehCktmOt a" samo...4AVOMIS.I
-


Spencer B. Green


Sanitary Plumbing

Steam and Hot -v

Water Heating. e


Agent for the Ericsson


Engine.


NORMAN S. DAYTON#


LUMBER

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





"SAN MATFl"rida.
It's all Florida.


- -- -- ---


North Ridgewood


BUNNELL'S


Saw and Planing Mills


eaic fill%%- uowii'ervo ti, fuiii s,lj ;ill kjindls iai


ROUGH AND DRESSED PINE




LUMBER


s 30


, Altl ,















**Savannah ULine."
War. r T AM D LvUXURIOV PASSENGER ROUTE TO

New York. Boston and the Eas


BY LAND ANDISEA.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Palatial Expres Steamships.
Sailings from Savannah

THREE SHIPS EVERY WEEK
TIe New York, making chlo~'e-nni.-tiont wit lh New York-lostotn stipi-a ,r Soat
"M.' AN ticket agents a Uplm die'd with monthly ailing -lhlduhls Writ,'
ginalI sloraution. smiling M-lchhalu. stateroom reservations. or call emi
WALTER HAWKINS. 'iuienrael Agent. 224 We-t ItaySt.. .lawksonville. Flh:i.
P. K. LFEVRE. Manager. E. T. 'HARLITIN. ;. IF & I' A...
New Pier 3.-- North River. N.w York. N. 1. :3-1.
J. W. WILKINSON. Agent. IDaytomna. Fha.


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3-111114


IN.LLW"s
c~w0*416


Saltimoni
Lomieviflo
Ranks". Cw


I WAY


gil 9 V TMU ELEtATES TRAINS:
The So.thern's Palm Limited
The Washlagton, 3ichmond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida Expreie

The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
M MW i M U WWwE

*WIt ShMplag Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
hlIfmi, teb u'I Lead of the Sky. "
U* aghmi M via The Southern Railway are operated is
M ih the Plut Systand Flerida East Coast Rail
PlmM MBSepiMg Cars and Hotel Dianig Cars on all thkrouh



L F. CAMY, Pih. Pem. Age, S V. Bay St., Jacakvm, Ala.


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Loan D. C.


V. H.EL TAYLO


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). A Man of Nerve ,bm-u? H DIFph
[>yrit. oIf BHERBINE. M.
SThey-hadagood.de Nine- to E BN
"Tenth ntcvalry, aboTenths t Capt BARBER
Jcst Bento nsdOf Pure Juices from Natural 0Roots. d
as a daredevil of a fighter, and hi. 111 O IhW|m N.R
personal adventures were many a all theivw SnihMs, M It'*
thrilling.tthe
I ,.,(.1 :,x o People trs s rtore of anecdotesabslle. W in. A. Be DC, op
C(;ptaii j Ati,(v before we left Mysore P eP
; Itt. 'i ;-w(ri .six of us In the Suffer 01113 0hk M II u Cinutu
ptpoiis:-C tipaiB, 243 North Beach Str tp
the hr :;;,i ttk c;'. of the camp. from a *S 11a l afI g u.
an I all 1 ent w-.ll for tei, first week.I
Wead;.. .> tw rs... (,.r, .:id a Diseased -B-M-o &K I to anssas ..
alanl] k'io_'lked e'.t r a numer t of Jackals .W'A&s am.w-a-L-z-a, o ian x- z ms.
when a nati.-e calmei in ,nior tlg L ve | Price, GO Cent0.
l. and rittorted that two ful; g;;iown tigers. Liv NO
and a cub were lying up in a nvu!;ah, or P pj by JAIS F. BALIAOD, S. L Mei, ,,.
Sravine. aout three miles aw:vy. Do you use Whiskey for medicinal or other purposesmm? If so, a
the fel deal ofhas e n wrglitiger, about a.for prices and denriptive matter.
"";,'f. "l ',,'^"?,^:""",'!"' -"""'*'""'^ The Riverside Di ntilng Company, f l? '
a m a tte r ( ,f, f a c t h e d .sn 't c o m p a r e .....-4. ,
with the hillitiger in either size or tem --Mnu turer of Hi G i Old F io
Super Neither is he as cunning. He b ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD Nurt Carolina Hand Made Wh OF
been hunted so much that he is more i
like a fugitive cat. The tiger of the The Great Through Car Line from Fllridal-Cm.nwetionts: Alo Peach and Apple Brandies.
hills seldom sees a human being, o Tr our "lood Enough" Corn Try omr Dtie
driven out only ly hunters, and he i TO THE t The AtlantihCoast Line vi Charleston. Ri.hmond Whiskey at $1.1o per 'gallon. St P.0 per
utterly without fear. The Bengal may anti Washivgt on. We ane situated in the heart of the mountain action, where the o fure- o an
drop isituil and run away after fac- flarre made, and caan upply you with a grade of goods, the quality tof wbhiCh I.1
drop histaul and run away after fac- We- have sulferior faltces for supplying our customers with high grade goods l
Ing a hunter for a moment, but the oth. t TI. Louisvill. & Naville. via M.ontg.naery notice, and we positivelyguaranteevery dropof whiskey that goes ot
IsfW4- pronluse prompt shipment, and express rates that will int-rest you. ilve mall a
er will, surely spring and die fighting. TO THE i we unrantee absolute stsractlo Idevery particular. Aussellyrl
l The, six of us set off for the ravine, I Tiw Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montg ery. Riparticular. Ag ly
flr where-about fifty natives had collected .
to best the tigers out of their lair. and E Via Savannah antil hRfAn Steanishii (-ipmliiny for
we took up positions here and there TO THE ET New York. l'hilnd.-lph.i i 1and lt.. .We refer you by permission to First National Bank, S4tatesville, N. C., Ky
along the banks. Captain Benton's E ast Via Savantnah andi M.re-hats anld Minwrm Tranmpo.r *DtiLesvlle N.t'.. or Bradstr ects Iiretory.
2 position was opposite mine and about tation comiNiny for Italtitniv.. -
twenty rods away, and the ground was Via Norfolk and l teamel.rs for New York. Baltimore ---
so open that we had a fair sight of and Washington. @ W -----
each other. There was some delay To Key West and Havana.:via Peninsular andl thide'ntal Steamship Comnpany.
| over the beaters getting to work, and To Nova Sotia. CapeBreton and Prince Edwards Isliandl via lostonan aid Cani:lad. S
Ithe captain lay down on the broad of Atlantic and Plant Steanmship Line for Halifa'. Hawkesluiry and Charlottestown. 0
his back on the grass under a tree T u s 0
while waiting. Instead of emulating Summer Tourist Tickets L IE %
him I climbed into a tree on my side Will I o on sale until Sept. 30, to tlw principal rn-,orts throughout thei country. 0
of the ravine and frankly acknowledg- limited to return Ot-t. 31. Write the undersign..l. andl stat. whi.n. yoyu wiis to 0 Through tickets to New York, Philadelphia
ed to myself that I felt shaky. There go, andi lprolier information will IW given. 0 New Haven, New London, Stoningteo,
was profound silence in the neighbor- Something New Providenc., Fall River. Boton and
hood.rtble whii Itlner myself n a sumernexcur.ion, rate toWamshington. II. '.. from Iiytona $44.30. with 1. lay ALL NORTHERN POINTS
comfortublo position I lost sight of the transit limit in each direction, tickets limited to .h-t. :1. l1L2. Inter.hEan ge.aleT
captain for four or five minutes. When inmih.lagetickets cood over 1l3.al railayvs in tl,'- at rate LOWER TIHAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Three steamer
I looked across again, it was to find southern state, an- on sale by the princileal agents. 0trin every ThuersdayE leAving IaATkonvill I N.s followhw :
three tigers standing over him. two old For complete. information call on W. F. ti kt gnt. or ald train Thursday. ving ill s follows:
onll.s ad a cull. They had left their FRANK ('. B)OYLESrN.( Cmert-ial Agent. Via the Sea nds........................ tropolitanLimited.)
l ttrot- Va Plant System ........................... ":.'Iap.lm.
lair at the first alarm and came trot- A. T.AYLOC. Traveling Passnr Agent, Via elrd Air Lin.................. 7:4 .. (Fast Mail.)
ting down through the thickets on the 1.iWett" BaY&,t.. .haksaAiva ill,.. hraih." 0 ag,.r. a..ve htaytaa 3:2 a1l m andi
north hasink of the nullath the a T.. Th.c- 3 0M EIUaN. H. M. .FMEiSt)oN. W .1.-('tAI(1, 3:22 prn, making cvl et' a-aonnections.
tain was in their path as they started Tratic Manager Ast.'rnattf Mnaic'r (i,.a. itPas. .Xt..
to cross ian open spot. and curiosity Wilmington, N.'. For illustrated matter, diag-rau, nw, rvations, tickets. eUt.. addrew
had comnpelled( then to halt. It would 0A A 2 West Bay Street,
h:avee lel dead ';sy to Iick off one of A A Z Py Dloridt
the three leaists at that distance had I *@10****0**--****0***0--**---0** *Jackson***vil, F
not been rattled. The sudden advent A ( o. H. Clark, Local Agent. Daytona, Fla.
of the tigers set me to shaking, and my Gg ... ...1........- -- .. gy
teeth ch.(tered .s I sat there in the a 0 0 0 49 0 f |
treetop atind watched their movements.. A ir L n ai w y. .
The old nmale tiger first reached out a p o te
paw and turned the captain over on
Thei themturnehi b Air Line Railway. SpeCial Low Rates
his face, lie was as rigid as if dead. sil
T a' e ,"a then turned him back.
while the cull Itl.ed over him back TO
ane forh in aplyful way. Then the CAPITAL CITY ROUTE : orna, Colorado Utah OregO,
nmale tiger snifTed at the man's face *TI C rd Utah O
and lickedl hi' cheek, and the female f onia o,
Struck him sevr.alt titne on the leg Th.ll- aortnst Route. T1 l-t .i,...d
with her paw.a u the
b sela s tiuse o0 t leg : W ashIngton, M ontana td Northwtm
Althoutch I w:a too upslet to shoot, Iouble iDaily Service, including Snaiy:is to0
I could have called out. but I dared not SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN,. SolT'IflEN. PINES,. Ii'ill.11NI)N. VIA
do that for fe:a-r of provoking the ti-
gers. They were in a playful mcod. W.ASHINMiTON. BtAL.TI.M(RE. 'IllL.AI,1EI.I'ilIA\ .aiI NE YoRK Western & Atlantic Railroad.
but yet they %trowlvdl in a mnenacng with TIHROI' ll(; i l'l..M.\N SIEEPERIS. It is ti.. O(,ly L.ine. l0|.rtLting l R
way. and it wais evidetit that they were _
sulspic-ious of mliV prre.sence. I hoped Ilitil Throiugh I'ullnmun tar Service l.et-wee.l:wL.eenai ill,. :iil Ne.wil-art.i.
thatti n th ni a tthewould snk NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry
quietly off. and I listened for thatplth 0 7 I E LT T E
lly heart almost choking ie. Whlle.I For furtDr infrnti rit toI
wai ted athe tilaydown t fulllength 0he For further inforinatiomn write to :0"DIXIE FLYER ROUTE
waited the cub lay down at full length A. O. M1u-lMNELL. AHst. (;.n IPass Ag,'mt. .lt.k-e.>iiile.ll. eriola
,and beg.:ia biting one of the captain's : .. '.O. ."_ During September and October, 1902.
hands. lih hld toru the flesh with a Du rn-ig &Ix--n- and October, 19-0-2
thorn the day before, and there was an r i write t or c on
unhealehi scratch. The rough tongue 1 irde.sriptive natt rate m, etr.. wrte to orcall n
of the last started Ihte bhitld. and he E. J W walker F P A
had no sooner gat tThe taste than h F* *Fh
' rose up. with lire in his eyes, and 212 We.st tay St., or A. V. A& W. Ry. Ticket (ltice. 241 W. Bay St., Jacksonvill,
growled savagely. The old ones ad- I'. E. II.\iLM\AN. (-;n. l'.'ss .\gent. H. F. SMITH, Traffic Manage,
vainced and turned the tboly over and .Itlt;tlta, -ii. Nabville, Tenn.
back nainii and struck at the bleeding
hand with their pIaws, and it was evi- --- --
dent nhat they w'er' cencouraglungthe
younm .'mte rte maw ke his tirst maal of a
human being. lhe was timid about m- I had il.e! troubled a'vear, fae e in. ii e m.st tea ill, hil
leit and worriedd the hand as you have ioulslness nd sick headache.s. Na thimg ,e-i t..i e mi, e- a. im,e e eel,
s secu a dig werty a rat. The old tigers 4 ne. taiy a fri.mnd ai ke-al xni.' what tle treebl,.' \\ .1 '%e' I Ii ,h1.
ran to amnd fro. whilninmg and growling lain hle ra'.aetlne'ndiI H'I' .I NS Ta;lhei.. Thlat unin, m I "1 :ii
and a'xcouraging. und presently I real-
ized that I tnau.st do something or the leaI amal aft.r the se c.nal, lieu I lu'earm'a to ',f'. -I 'n h ri (i I lha;t I
C:alit;tiii Weiel 14' te atexi alive. I hai kelat ila with th'vmi,. I |eu',. Ritiate islei,'-' :,l t hI. 1 ei ',
Ju w-'hen tha l'atil n! g e 'bgan. The natives n0. a' 11 t .nd cai 'y a jaae'ka .ge ,t e hl 1in in eat 'a !et
wr, m ae'd with drums, tirerackers,
tor; cbdo'.: amet ('u.bltcas, and, though
thi'i '. re a uItile, away, the nolse~at ||1, ,iu I, I.'!
*a:,' : rmii.e the tigers. The three
were i ):iL ul d me'|lr :1 Ilni,,(nt, tamd then
thle ,,d mlil'lh' m lfe ka'd uije the calttlin'S .Vt clii i', -.
body :ala statrtaetl aoff w ith it. lle did Th. li've,-(', it lt,.ket i-, ,.Iie,,anih f,, ar, a ,eltan)a ri .,,-., :,-),,))
t ai r it o ,er om !,, f .e t, h o w e v er. 'l'1.- Ita e lV tt lea t i c V'. o e '1u t ,lt. |;tlu a b ..l '.


tII hIat tlt it hlil'-pe exloio alns iii the' ullah S1l I I' fill -a a am.
Ihe i t hii4 ,wit.. allnd droll 'd ta the body "
I aid bealIt-dh ill, the. thicket.
S It was ,I0 .wholi too late that I gave
the atarii. Two et' the- litmiters answer.
'4'. 'iv I i that the Atlantic, Valdosta & W western R y.
S 'aliptal a.s still: a0i right and more so I" \ I: I" 'IL It T
when wt" foumil that his hand had not
Iwelt so ver'y i.all\ Ibitten. but a brief .--- -.eKy aings
inspi''-ti v ilrIp te-il that he was dead.' No. I Stlii No. :7 IETW I.E N
Tl..1 t.,1\ .i:, .xvr, ti and limp. but the 7 :.- 4i I ..... ...... ...... ... I... .:1 ............\ :: i JACKSON VY LLE and NEW YORK.
lih .a 't i,,1 ,1 c >a s . not lha-f fa;ilhll .isti fe so quickly after : ;:.' ;, .\r .......... ... .. ... \l ...... \e 12: lling t C sto .. h w......y .
lyivi.. dolea I' fit t e'l'rtain. lie must e t' i.. .... ........... .. ..... t.int.i .. .I.. :) ."111 THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.
hi le I' tl.i,. al>.'.hike. iah t ;n ith. tigers stole I : l ill I........ .... .. ...... ( lni ..... :m **vi '. 1) 1 ,m i
*;::: 111;,;^ ... .;......:: .. ...... .-1';5 :: a:^ The Clyde New England and Southern Limes.
l '4.1 ,, ,tP a'a ,i." mae a;'acte2 :tmil .\r 2......................... .1 ,e' ... .. .. ... 1 ,1 e I im at. vi-a t aIe'
u ,i".n th .s id 'i w! sl n sth,1 v y hi.s hold- il :.4 ;... l ... .. 1 1 li-Lt S rvi.e' I t\ .,.n
ii,, m r ,l i\ h,.t turned over. :i alga ." -ni mi;e, I. 1; il" JACKSONVILLr. BOJToN AND PROVIDINCE.
Sh: ,.a.' ............. ...... ... .. .......1. :il a AND ALL ASTIERN POINTS.
I;e hit .'.1 i....tl tt. a... ...s e t 2; alma Am.% ...... ....................... 1a :1t .... ...I.. I 1:17, i. ('-llin ttt 1'hnlel.istolePplUalth VW a..t.-
ii i r t' .. I the hatersato 9 a7............ ...... .... ......... i ......... ............. 7441 pl SEMI-W EEKLY SAILINUS.
;ri h :- ; ,t- a t.. IIt held his ..- Se thbound .. From Lewis' W roi, d
I.-i to'. I., tp, tIt ov!tii i the oise N 1- i ." IIl.'-r--4 .rrli-s Illi'h,,",e :. i,.. Ima .. l ..,, ,iiiti.I SI..i,,l- i. 'rx-. Northbound ... from foot Catherine street, Jack. sloti
i w .I s dl a to : I .. hI t"4,, 1t ,l h ilu s ,i e lf I ,- .I; w k i \ ill. to S t L.oo is :tI S .l: a -. k .. \ ill,. (, hao 1 1 t l 1, nO i ;ik iw ., u I Iro fo o t C a t h e ri n e s tr e e t l
ina i tit; i I | i e; l I ;i-, so o v er- I nilt t engt i a tio m l ;t e \ ;11. ill*e itlla 'l6e | ina 4:1i r i, i i *.1 i ll. t li ti mo e minrt i : S. I' 1-O*' II
c.,;m,. thl :tn i.a m, ..' thim I t, s from a I hI'Ii- ,. Stl,-. at all A \ A \V. st1liniiJ I l I l N .
I le t,,,t11,, .,, .... ,. t t' +,,ro, a li.:, ,. I.ls.il.- .l..,.S,,,l ,. ..,.,, Betw een Jacksonville and Sanford
ioetm < !,elat J ili: tofT fiehile il# .a -u ill, ith ill1, n01 t l u.n I it. Sa:IIip%,l \''I1K %a .T a I 1 t 1. ItiTl'Slii lT (I:LAN1,
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Sallings from Savannah

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t WALTER HAWKINS. Gehnrxol Agent. 224 We'st IlaySt.. Jacksonville. Fl"l.
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not 'atry it jvar Im) fet, however. 'l'lT Ifu ily Iatle,11 ; lit. a t ainil U a
I :itth ci t1, the' e',xpl,,,ions in the :ullah. sneil0ly fIr l.a y .Iar .
hie haIt his. wits arml, drililie'd the' body
atid leiltd inht IIa thicket.
It wasis ,ly whiWi toe late that I gave
|the alai ii. Two -f th"i hunters answer-
eai Tily #:iii ari. ;i.ni 'r, sseld the ravine A
,to.I I,.,I. i ,,,,i.,.f that the Atlantic, Valdosta & W western Ry.
' I:ta an s s !; i right and more so .-DIXIEI. 'II.I L it 1l1"'.E
when we fairucl that his hand had not
weia s,, very i,:,iy hiteni. but a brief --.._.-- -- .. -wee y Sailin
irnspe''ti in Iprovl il tat lie was dead.' N4o. Si ion Ni.' l IETWe1N
T ;I. l..,,y ,:i,< i. U 111d limp. but tho 7:., pill I\% ..................................I. hi ..I ill. .. ................. ........ \r -: il, rii J ArKS O I v T O-
heart li,]ii <-.-i..i l t,, iba, i. it l' could' 11:1- im .r.. ........................ ....t. l iIf ................. ......... v :: I an d N E W Y; i
not li \' fallen .a'- a', p so quickly aftcr I: .', :Sia .\r..... ............. .... ................................... .. ......L 1 2:. 1111 'Calling iat I'ii l'l,',st n. S. ('.. IIthi ways.
lIvilms d72,,tl. I ft,. cert-ain. lie must :- a n.i ............ .............tl.aintr ......................I,, 9.:9 I04 THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.
ha.el, e' ii,, I t .ii-..' eviteri the_, th rs stole 1 ica 1111I .......... .... .....i..... I'h ll;I l allf ,i.:a ......... ..... .... ........I : l
hatii i i<. 1 i livi thde tigers stolde h "" I \.....I ... ..... iil........ : .l The New
; '. : '-'tSld have ; ,1: ..................... ....... .......... ..tin ...................... ... Clyde e England and Southern Lies
, I, ,'i :,l. T at ci te ;: ti i* :llA ............. .. .................t. .......... ........ ..... 11:13, li
i ,, I i ,a ;s .i,' l hies holdve 1i-:ira;ti 1*0 111 ...... .. t .,,...11 111t ''vi., .
i. ..'- ., ri:- i hIn turned over. hihod ll i Ar 'iaa IA I;III I JACKSONVILLI.. lBOSToN AND PROVIDENCE.
I lhk' it 4 1 X:, vt ] whc. n the 2: iit .r...... ...... .... ... ......I I,,ai.. ill..... i ..... ...... ... I. 1:: L 41 .riI AND ALL ASTER. N POINTS.
e72 tr !i i i i. ie i iite o a a i a .ri..... ................ .. ...... Cincii ti ... .......... ... I 1:15 i1,,t, l' allin at I'h rh.arlestCh lseti \aks.
(.1111 l~it il I ,:, ];Old1 111t A he waswait-r1 : .I.... a .. ....... .. ............... hija-...........................IA\ 7:1it) 0I1 111 i1I\\.I vs.
it,-' fr ti. I,: ..:.:. l,: 1i, haters to SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINUS.
nfrish th' f:. t:sh r'-ae-. liw e theld hhi .-.. .... Southbound .......... From Lewis' Wharf, Bosteo
,was ~ l.t d :l i hI l t,,'xal hiuself e. .lea,-Iniillh te St. L ui' llial lJacksnvill.e ta 4 hi \\ i n t lla IIIakli from foot Catherine street, Jacks vis
i ,1; t':I te' i 'I l i a'e;' i af tl _1 e' : so oi 'er alir'at t ri iic e ti n utI-It NI~a h ill' w it h s h' ail i--n '':a'' h u I' .'a lh l I i,, ir a tli :"t 'l Y I )' J O H N S It VR Ii I N F .
een.la 1 that i S:1*l II,. l t,, ii l us from a hiV. St, a1, at l I1 \. & VW statinil-.
i:;, ..;T, i ,','Between Jacksonville and Sanford
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he .. ,I i : .:in hiil., if to \t. i Li 11 Floria E t O t lils 1, I l l ..1 .iii.l. I atli,.r .li;ita. I. linsi,. l',, i Sr .IM SIN \ 1It.L
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mutual W~bW ImaO delay or say imnsrequmee m aiblg Shag..
ii.. ~ '.i a ii af 'a at --I hat If( rip'iIIII.1ii htIlec. SIa'elin aii l l:es fromrr lfavkS4'aariiill' t. ea Smt.siaIiL Iaj ;6a.
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. A Min of Nerve .........s HERBINE -- --
[Copy 1,,,, by C. B. Lewis ]E \B IN E
The had a. ood dealto Y .0 Tenths BARBER
t Tenth na.ve cavalry. about CaptaPure ices from Natural Roots.
as a daredevil of a fighter, and hi "PJ c om NA r Roots.,
personal adventures were many :and my B twih e | -0 IN y -
triiall the aUtShteLi ,Sma a-els,
'1aiii .,e reweleftyPeople k IethewSystemr Prite te W m. A. B a ,
for a tig'r I;n:: S the foothills of the Suffer243 North Beach
six of us In the SuferCa 6M2 N
t r ;: of the camp, from a u W Sto h ad Impare Dgestion.
n,,.l .I! ent 1vOl ftor lic first week.to Satisfsm
W~e l1.i dI *. t We.ars;.:id a tiger Disase d a ss m in.
g awl vno, l .vi rn ut r a lr of Jackals "r3041.,0,111.a-31-m1, a A1s,1.
wlhe'n :i itia.-E caEii' i in i ,ior.Ting Price, GO Cents.
a. and rt'corw:.el itht t\. W' ft.!; ;; , aindl a ub utere lying ul !.'ah. I or Prtd by JAMES F. BALARD, St. Lls, N, IDo you use Whiskey for medicinal or otber purpose? If so, ask as
A good deal has betin writxa about foriyricJ and d..riptJve matter.
the ferocit. of the engal tigerbutThe RDrrs Distilling Cp y,
2 inat-er of, fact lie doesn't compare T he.. .v..siU -"asA 14. a
with the hilitiger in either size or tem- M ufacturers of High Gr Old mh*
per. Neither is he as cunning. He has ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD North Carolina Hand Made Fahioned
been hunted so much that he is more o1iCa lia Had M ad W
like a fugitive cat. The tiger of the The Great Through Car Line from loridai-C- nnw'etionH: Alpo Peach and Apple Brandies.
hills seldom sees a human being, Ia Try our "Good Enough" Corn Try our Dlxje '
driven out only by hunter, and he to TO THE ast The Atlanti Coast Line. via Charkleston. Richmond Wer skey a t les counts on, where that er gaUfl.
utterly without fear. The Bengal may and Washington. ar mainde, and can supply you with a grade of goods, the quality of which
drop hisgtail and run away after fac- W.e have sulerlor fsacTithes for supplying our customers with high grad egour
Ing a hunter for a moment but theotnotice, and we posIMltlve'ly guarantee every drop of whiskey that goes out of o u
ing a hunter for a moment, but thet. Te l,ouiivill, & Nashville vi .Montgonnery We promnepromnpt shipment, and express rates that will Interest you. Glve M a
er will surely spring and die Tfghting. TO THE OWe unrantee absolute satisfaction id every particular. AugMillyr
The.six of us set off for the ravine, V 0 Tl Mobile& Ohio R. via Montgome.r y.
"o" whero.about fifty natives had collected RVerSICC $wtD l2ng ViConipaiy
to ibet the tigers out of their lair, and Via Savannah anil (Oeann 'St-eamnisil company for
we took up positions here and there TO THE New York, I'hiladelplia antid Roton. We refer you by permirssion to First National Bank,r tatesvtlle, N. C., Key &
along the bunks. Captain Benton's Via Navannali andl Msie-hrInt cind Alinwrs TrisnpioHr .4tatevIlht, N.C.,. or Brstreet's iretory.
2 position was opposite mine and about station coiiimpny for llim re.
twenty rods away, and the ground was Via Norfolk anid stenianrs for N.w York. haltimoren i---- -8 6--
so open that we had a fair sight of and Washington.
each other. There was some delay To Key West and Havana,via Peninsular and ti-ial'riental Steanmship (Company.
over the beaters getting to work, and To Nova s-otia. Calw.Breton and Prince Edwarils Island via Boston anil C'aiL:u]..
the captain lay down on the broad of Atlantic and Plant Steanmship Line for Halifax. Hnawkslibury and ('lhrlottentown. 0
his back on thi' grass under a tree 0
while vaitalc. Instead orf emulating Summer Tourist Tickets LN
him I elimbnli into a tree on my side Will ie on sale until S ept. 3), to the prinilial nr -rts tlirinirchout the country.
of the ravine nnl frankly ncknowledg- limited to n-turn Oct. 31. Write the undersigni'l,. andl stat whin.r, you wish to 1 Through ticketsto iNew York, Philadelphbi&
ed to myself that I felt shaky. There go, anal1 proper information will le given. 0 New Ilaven, New London, Htonington,
was profoundly silence in the neighbor- Something New Provid',ice, Fall River. Bolton and
hood ard whl iti l settling tlf it a Sunummenr excursion rate to Washington. II. I.. frim Iaivtoia $44 30. with 1;3 day : ALL NORTHERN POINTS
captain for four or ive minutes. Wien aiil I looked aeress again, it was to find southern state, are on sakl by tdw principal agents. rains ver T rsTay. lvin J onvillE as followI :
three tigers standing over lhim, two old For conpilete information call on W. F. .11 111. ticket :g ant. or ahlnr ss 0 rains e.ver Th.rlua'. -aving .Jaksnville :s follows:
ones and a cub. 'They had left their FRANK ('. BIOYLETON, 'on. amen.ial Ant. Islands ............ 10:11t. in. (Metropolitan Limited.)
lair at the first larinu and came trot- .I.A. T rYLoR. Traveling I'aseger A.nt, Via lntold AirLm.in...............3 7:41sp.rn,. (Fa Mail.)
ting down through the thickets on the t A T i 11 ri .. ............
north bank of tlhe nullah. The Tcap- 13S West .1y St...n4iSk ,n% ill.. Fl41ril-. Paengrs leave rDaytona 3:29 am and
Mh ty T.M. EMEISMN. II. M. EMEItsIN. W..I. C tuin was in their pathl as they started Trattlic lManiager Ast.Trittll Mitinaverr to cnoss :an, opoen spot, and curiosity .Wilmiirngtou n,N. i. For illustrated matter, ediagram n, nservationsm, tickets. eti., addrew g
had comepcll-Al thinx to halt. It would 0 A Y0 DPT1j A 2 West ray Street,
hlave been di c.el asy to pick off one of Ae. VV WllLs ,lackmonville, Florida. S
the three l.easts a:t that distance had I 0**********************************************k
not been rnilth.d. The sudden advent 0 ( o. II. Clark, Local Agent. Daytona, Fla.
of the tigers set ine to shaking, and my g : :* ooeeeoeeoeee***************@o
t tre-top and watcluvl their movements. .pS E B O A R -
The old nimle- tiger first reached out a 0
liaw and tuirrad the ca-ptain over on L ial wa y :
his face. le was s rigid Air Line Railway. as pecifdeal Lowad. ates
Thc fin'aleth eu turned him back, g
while tnhe cul le'apeld over him back TO
and forth in a pl:,yful way. Then the CAPITAL CITY ROUTE Uta O
n tale tiger sniffed it Lhe man's face 0 Ca ornla ColoradoUtah Oregon,
and lil.-ked lhii cheek, and the female 0 ,, ,. a
STh-Shiortest Route. 1h111. 4st Lille. 0
struck himi se-c ral tines on the leg The' $haorte0st Route.. '1.i. Iet l.' 0 WL tN
S tr wh Dpot 0ouble0Dailyl trviv e IncludingS las ts W shington, M ontana Northwest
I could have called out. but I dared not SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN. SOITIIIEItN. 'PINES, ISIn'IIMi)ND, VIA
do that for fear of provoking the tl-
gers. They w-ere ,i a playful mood, 9WASHING'i'ON, II.1TIMORE. Pillll.AiEl:I.'II. a.ndl NEW YO(RK Western & Atlantic Railroad.
but yet they -owh iTS E in a menatcng with TIRTIWWI;ill PI'IIL.MA.N SLEEPERS. It is the O4nly i pLine ()lprating
way. and it wa videnlit that they were S 0
suspicious of myn presence. I hoped l)aily Through Pullmhnan ar Servie lbetween.l;tI-k-oniiill. :aiii Nivewirleians. o
ain, ste l., : i NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry
qui netly off. and I listened for thatitk "
tly heatr"t almost waited the cub lay down at full length 0 A. 0. M.-DlOINELL. AAmt. (ien. iPass. Agent. .hu-ksonvill.,. FIoridale ti or ur i
"hands. Ir h had toru the flesh with a O-.......*@. e..: During September and Octobert, 1902
thorn the day before. and there was an ,, ti r, r. t., writetoorcallon
unhea:led 'scratchl. The rough tongue ti mttr, rt, dul etc. write to orall on
of the least started the blood, and he E. J W walker F P A
had no sooner gat the taste than he Wt x t & By Tik f* 1,
rose up. within tire in his eyes, and "212 -IWst I-ay St.. or A. V. & W. Ry. Ticket (flic'. 201 W. iay t., Jacksonvilu,
growled svasuzely. The old ones ad- C'. E. IIAR.MAN. h,.n. Ias.s Agr.nt. H. F. SMITH, Traffeic Manager,
Tanced and turned tihe Ibody over and Atlarintu, Uia. Nashville, Tenn.
back nauii nal struck at the bleeding
hand with their pw:is, and it was evi- H
dent that they were cncouragnugthet
youxne oneu to Irmake his first meal of a
human being. lh was timid aboutt~e I hual hss'n trouble a'ya.ar, off and aiii. with 'oelsiil:|aIiai,. hil
bit and worried the hand as you have ious ess and sick hedacheas. Nathinrg se e,-i la li, ai any gee.i.
seen a dig wrrn'y a rat. The old tigers 4)ni.,ay au friend xwke.l nne what the trI,'l, \\,i.i. \Vh,.n I Ial,,l
ran to and fro. whining and growling lnini lie' n iimnin.ndal Rh I'I. 'N'S8 TuFlheh... Th'II a'\'*iaini. I gat :a
and encouraging. unall presently I real-
ized that I must do something or the lIex. i.ali after the secana i ex I ligu, i taa fe'1 '1,,, .0 1 n a i,, al h, I
ju'st iloeiift ray mouth to utter a shout
w h.in lte li h'at I ng le n. The natives i1 \\ Iil, a't'ry xi Ia'lakage cif thl'iii in in e I ,kE .
torpdo,,r; tcla aln l ri.amIs, nnd, though
th, w ,re a rmil,' away. the noise'at hila' givi4 ri'ie'i
oa:ce ",rirni.d the tigers. The three
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