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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: September 27, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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THE


DAYTONA


GAZETTE-


AM*ANWO Uw.


Daw*nna. FkwIda R~ BY.. Ibfl@


8TE9S MTMMENTS.

MagerJ. M. Osborn, of the Opera
m- U->, wtamd from New York Tueday,
where he made arrangements for a num-
ber of attraction for the coming sea-

Itam har ot many actual bookings
Shaven bi made, but negotiations am
maler way for some flrt claml perform-
mouse, especially during the months of
amary and February. which are con-
sdered the best months of the year for

The Arst troupe to bold down the
boards will be the Aiden Benedict
fompany in "Wormwood." This will
S be the 25th of November.
Goatoe's Minstrels, who sar old time
hverites will be along January 30, and
w lAr on Richard & Pringles' Minstrels
r M ws"rve to Ill the boue.
Another grat attraction will be
"Tasm," ageastIeman on the order of
Deoae, who drew mseh crowds here last
wier, but "'atum" out boones Boone.
Iater "David Hamra" will probably be
pitoa.
The management expects to have an
s nlompany, andn -o of Charles
VroM'a @m ndul comedies, s well
w Qnriwy Adam Sawyer," one of the
a" meMukl of the New England

Aamberof oth maeeing negotiated
for, aong them "The New Clown,"
a. d "TheChiuse Homeymoon," two of
d o most popular plays now running in
New York.


PIT MUGE ITEMS.

The hotel i having an iron roof put on
de went veranda
Our public ehbool opens Monday with
Cm. Dickinson as principal.
Work was begui an the Port Orange
wharf, at the foot of Dunlawton avenue,

Mrs. Cas. McDaniel and the children
have returned, much to the delight of
S Mr. MeDaai. -
Mrs. E. Fair and Mims M. L.1. Milblurn
Sbove upto Daytona last week to do a
wte shopping.
i- Mi Mae llrohm left last Monday for
: nearille, S. C., to rerunme her musical
tlies in the college there.
Mrs. F. T. Barron and daughter, Inez,
Lha returned from Tallulah Falls, Ga.,
whe e they have ieen spending their

The county is shelling Ridgewootl
aVeasm from the D Iugherty Canal to
Herbert avenue. Geo. McDaniel is super-
S itending the work.
Jerry Welh wca a visitor in our village
S this week. Mr. Wells is an estimallle
young gemtleman and he has many

Mrs. J. M. Garland and her son and
daughter and grandchild, lately from
Waliorka., drove down from )Daytmna
Sad visited the points of interest in this
maelghborbood.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Trowell arrived
Saturday evening from SeaLbeze to
spead a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J.B.
SCabefore going to Fort Pierce, w ere
they will locate.


IWWbole wheat bmred at thel Gram-
lg Bakery every day.


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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.

The C'ity Council met in regular session
, Monday evening with President pro ten
H-arris in the chair. Present: Aldermen
Foster, G.HSmith, Stevens and Matthews
Minutes of previous regularand special
i meetings were lead and approved.
The following bills were presented
and ordered paid:
Daytona (lazette-News, publishing.. $ -S. V
Dr. H. H. eley, attendance on .....
......W Baker 4colortbr' I .....|....4t1
r. 1i. Jordan, recording tax sale 4.11
Halifax Printing Hous. printing i. J
Boud & lBod Co., lumber ....... ....
E. T. Conrad & (Co., feel .......... 10.,
(onrand A Michael, s yards marl .. l.i.t
It. n. Naley, bill to date ....... .... ... .
W. IE. French, time lmen on stre.'ls 61..7
Moved by Aid. Matthews. seconded ly
Aid. U. Snith, that J. W. Ilendermson Ie.
notified to repair or renmtove his building
on lot three, block two, as same was ad-
judged to be unnale and a nuisance, andt
that he remove or repair same within 3041
days; carried.
Moved by Aid. Matthews, seconded by
Aid. Stevens. that tie Street o(iimittee
be requested to make a written rnleort
regarding their disposition (if the city
inule, wagon. etc., and pift'ent same at
next meeting; carried.
Moved by Aid. Matthews. meconledl ly
Ald. Stevens, that I. F. Humphries be
paid until h-t. 1; carried.
Moved by Aid. Matthews, secondld hby
Aid. Foster. that the minatter of fixing
Daytona street be laid en the table until
next meeting, at which time the Clerk
should report whether same has been
accepted as a street; carried.
Moved by Aid. Matthews, swondhedl ly
Aid. Foster, that mowing of the street
be placed in the hands of Stret Commnii
sioner French; carried.
Moved by Aid. Foster, seconded gy
Ald. Matthews, that W. E. Frpnch INt
authorized to fix the roof on the leanto
attached to the engine house; carried.
Moved by Aid. Matthews. sei.onledl lby
Aid. Smith, that the oak tree in front of
the stores of F. T. Pec'k and E T. 'onrad
and in the center of the drive-way bI -
moved; carried. .
Adjourmned: J. W'. WIIKINsoN, Clerk.


DOINGS AT KINGSTON.


Mrs. Wni. Balllugh andil sin left town
Wednesday for a visit with frienils.
Mr. and Mrs. W. IH. pistrn, of iHolly
Hill, spelwnt Sunnlay with Rev. andi Mrs.
W. A. Myn-s.


John Penny. who has ineenl at Ilhonl
for somen time oni accollunt of a lainel ftslt
Sarm rtulrnel to l Lainl.


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W. Melton and Tolra flaynew wen-
howme Sunday frnnl tw flaltwlools cluin-
try. Tlwy nrpilrt some little water int
that wet tion.


Mrs. W\. II. Ityie l:as left for a visit
with lhr mniotli-r, at S vilk', :ift'r which
lwM' will join lwr lihusloandl at Miami,
where they exlpet to ri.iain until
Chritmanlt.
Mr. and Mrs. Ml-Brideh visit Jordian Monday. This is tilt' last visit
of Mr. Meltride' and family for a tint,', as
they left Tuesday for Itarl'erville, witenr-
thn-y will make their futIurn- hlain.
Rev. C. A. Fulwtsdl. D. I., lilldI tie'
pulpit of thel M. E. ('hiurli. Soithi. last
Sunday. preaching two ,'ex<'W'lnt mt-r-
rnoii. IDr. Fulwosil Ihas lheIi a pn.a'he'r
in Florida for almost 541 years. lh' is
now the pn'idling eliekr of tilt' Jackson-
ville district.


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FALL GARDEN TIME IS HERE


We have a very complete line of
seeds of all kinds, but of only
one quality-THE BEST.


't Kmuall white, per quart duc
IOn l small yellow, per quart lIt"a
They are cheaper if pius-haied by tlwe pcwk or uisliel.


Armour's Star Hams 15c per pound!


OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL

The dog lives out his little day,
The cat his little night,
But other dogm rise up to bay,
And other cats to fight.

The city schools will open Monday.


Col. W. M. Shaffner inh having a water
tower erected on his pmmiase.


W'A new lot of "Silver" and "Gold"
shirts at Smith & Son's. ',


I)Do not purchase school supplies Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Peck arrived home
until you have seen Clark's new goods. from New York yesterday.


Sheriff Jack Turner was in the city
Tuesday; and registered at Schmidt's
Villa.


S, Mrs. R. I. Wall and children returned
The days and nights are about qual Thursday front theirsumer'visit. the
length. North.


S THE BEAUTY


Of the rising sun is reflected on the face of our
Halifax, so is the home on the face of the man
as he goes forth to the duties of the day. A
happy wife makes a happy home. A word to
the wise is sufficient. We have just received
some of the prettiest and most perfect enamel
ware of the season.


A. W. Guiild went to Jacksonville
WIediesay to mee1't his famlliy, wliho
re nainitel North several weeN\'ks after his
de )artur' for Daytona.
II. Knox, of BuIlow. is improving
his health at the Mt. Pleasant House.
White Mountains. lHe expiwts to return
to Florila by tlie niilddlle of Oetolwr.


M. It. Godllwini was ki4k141 in the thir-
teenthn rib by a ithorse Friilay afternoon
of last week. He was patchedi np Iy thec
doctor anil is now able to bei around.


Mrs. N. .I. IPatetti, of Poine 'Park.
visit4el with lier sister. Mrs Mary Troiy.
several days lihis week. Her grainl-
laiughtelir. Miss Net tie Il',etti, aciiilm-
paniehl her.


Ilora I'rior, a itpriiiiinint a l infll-
ential citizen of Lake 4'imoil1. was in
Daytona Sunday and lAlonlay. Ih, ex-

peNts to shortly oplen an iilp-to-idate meat
market in the city.


,Mrs. lfinry aind daiinghlter. of We'st Palmn
each. an.ire stlIpying at tIhe' Trniy iII iuse.
The ladies lilive toward so iuiich4 of the,
ItantieS f ip ayton that they i le,04' 1
to comie uip Al1 look therit y over.


very pleasant s swial was helci ly tha e
Christian Enileavtor society at M.aiss
('lark's rooms Moinlday eveniing. Music.
ain re.iitatiions took up the greater plirt
of t he evet'inilr. at tIhe, 1clo if %hlicihh re-
fn.shbiments wer serveil.


All tithse who register to vote at
tIle r.ceit primary etlvction shmiul
Ie'ar ill in l Ihat Ihey vI ill niot Is' enti-
thle toi vlothe at lthe appr:Uoaching geniiernl
ekletion unk-ss tlihey sister again. The.
registrat ii on liks fr thie I)Davytona
pn'vinet an- i iown Mondlays and Satu rdays
at the City Hall until I'. tolewr I1th.


Thlis is for theli hunters and others.
The olpen season for deer begins on
t4tolme.r 1st and ends oni Feblruary Ist.
No Ipersnit is allowed to kill more' thlian
iu a season. T'le olen season for idcl'k
Ie.giins (ctober 1st ai eiiils ont April 1st.
Theol qsi seasLol for w\ild tri'ke.ys aind
quails begins on November 1st iand ends
ion Marcnh 1st.


Tie J.apanes iwrsinimiin is now ill
market, and forms a i10li'ioiUs disil
A favorite way (of pirelparing it is tto slie,
it and add a little le. on juice \ i hi'lihgives
it pi it lawks. It ij growing in favor andi is
easily cultivated. It is dhestine'l t.)o 1. a
staple fruit in this setion as it is good
keelpr mnd valn be marketed to distant
plla'S without loss.


i..Sam Cornugld. tihe tailor. can al-
ways hie found at thle ihb.l' Ntoit He
is an aelept in cleaning and prel'inig


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If'tMetn's and l)oy' pantsat J.... ei-
lrih'ks.'
Last winter Mrs. J. W. Brown, of
Atlanta. lost a Ib-autiful diamond ring
in Ithe hat:hi til at the itennett House .,
anit it. went down through th wer.
While i'ha:ilninir outine h.4 es4's pool last
wek at olonild mian found tie ring. anil
Mr. 'ennett lias n tuirntl it totholiwner.


li.tlinst look at (;o. If. Clark's win-
(l lw display o f live t'nt P-lhool siilpplies.
liarvy Wanugh, tlhe popular cierk at
.\tw, ools' drinirsto '. is siuff.ring from
ptomaitllne ollilfMoniiig. en'('si iitoe loy acit
inll his finlger .oiinig in le't;1<1 lisli :i Ke.at ilig's I'i..r a few dl:yvs
:t D. I t \ni\:i7.alih i f :at tendflilg himn iat
tiis Surf I'rest. w, l Iere t l ls |I4,in simitv
his illi ss. bL.
i rLW arge ssortmeiint iof hlnoil biooiks
ait Clark 's.
letnry EI. k liv liirilini if tinh Fli riila
raiil~ ;iy cio il in.ssio .ha lsi.n terinillr l lis
rn,-iglltion toi (ioM-'riinor .iellliii -s, toi
take ff,' -t i t I W'Xt l[ sI e l;> 's v. ITnh' reif -
iat io li '.I;O I ;l <1'ptlbt4 a.d I ; lll li. It. lll dsiin%
Itiirr. iof lIl;K Co'unlty. \;l ;i|>[>,iiint
Ith' Ir i vr'rnu r to fill thltI nui xi'ire t'l riil .
.f r. Itnir is tih' lieintitwrati nol iiimi''
for thi- < fief at the (omingl electtion.
Mr. Dily has a'eorp''tedl a posit ion wvitlitl'he
SN'aloalirl Air Imi- Itailwny.




Poorly?

For two years I suffered ter-
ribly from dyspepsia, with great
depression, and was always feeling
poorly. I then tried Ayer's Sarsa-
parilla, and in one week I was a
new man."-John McDonald,
Philadelphia, Pa.

Don't forget that it's
"Ayer's" Sarsaparilla
that will make you strong
and hopeful. Don't waste
your time and money by
trying some other kind.
Use the old, tested, tried, ,
and true Ayer's Sarsapa-
rilla. SAem* A


Miss Ella Winningham in the hello girl
at the telephone exchange.
A. H. Schmidt left this morning for a
few week's visit in St. Louis.
Mrs. Coleman returned yesterday from
*'. mmer's visit in the North.
J. A. Row has sold his interest in
Ridgewood Hotel to E. D. Langworthy.
C. L. Dohn and family and Mrs. Gart-
hard; of New Smyrna, spent Tuesday in
Daytona.
Mrs. J. D. Maley entertained a few
friends at her beach home yesterday
afternoon.
Miss Martha Brown arrived yesterday
and will rpmume her duties in the public
schools Monday.
The Mount Ararat Creamery Company
have discontinued business, and will ship
their stock to Cocoa.
'rEn'sh lhenad every morning at the
Granling llakery. "It's the kind
another niod to make."
T. A. Goode was in town this week
drunimming up business for the E uiitable
Life Assurane company.


Goods Arrivi


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

Hosery, Han-dks,@

Suspenders and Tics.


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you to come to us first.


We can please you.


Little Elsie ('rozier Lassiter, daughter
of Mrs. J. II. Iassitr (an.e Faifax Kell.r)
died at Iii. ril I'it.. 'l'x;is. Frihlay of
las.t mi ek.


-i Don't sIsil your lilnm by trying to
i'v'IlolpeM iuriiilng this warmtin weiti'ati'r.
Take t tite toi IHlarris. 'eck lihwk
Phone 91.
Jack and Pat Samni sons of Seenator
Sants, aecomnpaniebd lby their sister. Mrs.
L. E. Wilson, wer' up froin New Sniyrna
yesterday.
F. A. Whliteand smon. Theolt)o.i re'turn-
edl Monday from Jens.n, whlen they
have been enr'tingc tIhe ice factory. for
several weeks.
The Tuesday afternoon holiday has
conie to a close, anid hlen'afte'r tit' Day-
tona business house will be olpen every
day of the week.
W. II. Mc'Bride, of Seville, is assisting
I). F. Morrison talking stock. Mr. Mc-
Bridle is contemplating s|'nding thel
winter in I)aytonia.
AsPIt's about time to t think uof having
your how iiet il' upn. Kost & G(winntei
ar- artists in iainitinng andi paperi-haing-
ing-lI'tter consult tliem.


Launin 'e Morrison was vawareh' the
'holarship at tlhe examiination Ileldhlby
Senator tSams. IeprvisentatiteP4 Smith
anil Sparkman, for thlie lrttow Military
Institute.
Iion. John (i. Long, ,epublifain hlader
in Floriidal aainl I'iConsuIl IieTwneirl at i'aiiiP.
Eglypt, whliove hliou is in St. Augustiw.,
arrival in Ne'w York Moinlay. aiiil is now
in St. Augustine.
IMoon. IlBrothiers anr gi iing a 15
per cen't ilismounit on everything in their
store, for onet week, in ordiIr to inake
roomnl for the lar st and lhest sl'leel
stock theYv lave' evr lxinglit.
It'v. 4'. W. Arinll is expl'tedl to arrive
in ine froinii liliglaiills, N.I'., ne\t Frilay.
T'lhere ill I' e'rvic.s ant St. Alary',
'Chun-l., Sninelay. h(P.e>tl. ait II 1 ,'clh k.
with ei'ratiolln f holy bonllinnnilioln.
Capt. E. II. Rhi,. of Tituiville, w\is a
pia.sseinp-r (iton ystevlray' ortliboinnil
train f r .IJakso;viilhl, whlinI- lie gai., ti
to puIrin.1hse horses. I'apt. Ilice is thIn
father oif Mrs WVin. F". Jibb olf this iity.
MN r. anml Mrs.s.I. 4. Sti.. wlers an il ihilh-
ter. Miss Miriam. \\h li have lieen sei il-
iing a few iaiy s visit imn with Mr-4. Ge,.
11. Clark ainl Miss ( lark. rtuiirmtil to
tlh-ir Ih e aitt West Ial I '.eachli last
Saturday.
'"'I.Line of fall suits just roiveldI iy
Sm iithi & Sion-$s 4i--I, aindl nie.
Mr. ami. an W. in. ;arlantl ainl son
\ hi haven't I. 'ie visiting relatives in t I\\ 11
left vfsth.rlaa fv r I'mChattanoilga% \\ n're
they will remain; far a few1. aias alefoir.
'-tiurniing t i their hnliiie in Los i .t\ei.-l's.
California.
11'" If yoV ar l booking far it hiat. se- the
Jhali-ksn at Smith & Soi's.
uhir deliniqueiits shiouil en-itliiln.r that
the t il i.m s allpproaliiiigwhen i.i p' will
have to buy n inter cloth iani hunt light
wooti knots. While yon ar- iImaking
ln'i,:aratiolls sto i aii stuily a itiinlte'
aneil wi.' if you all ri' lii us a. niiytinir. We%'
will also have to make pliepairtiiins and
WV, li0el' ti'he -ilngih."


Sllithi & S. i s'11 Star brand sli.s'
-I1 4t the r'uiiest of I'n-sidelit .1John F.
F"ri',c, of StetsMon I 'iversity. lit e trus-
t -s of tliat institttit n met t at liu, l
Friday of last week, andl th. ch.liarge's
made against him afnd cirinlatedl


ltl 11HilliflNlilittlt-lhim f-

I VOLUSIA'S SCHOOLS AND

| THE INSTRUCTORS.
1- I HI: tflfl Mth II ttli "lltii:
There are a total of fifty-two schools
in Volusia County. with eighty teachers.
Of tin-e, thirty-mix schools and fifty-eight
teachers are for whites, and sixteen
wlnhools and twenty-two teachers are for
coloredl pupils. The two high schools,
DeTIand and Daytona, each have seven
instructors.
The following statistics are gleaned
from Sulwrintendent Fish's last annual
report:
The average age of teachers employed
was 2S. Average month's experience of
teachers 41.
The average monthly salary paid the
niak's white, wan $58.40. Femalekr
white, $40.(00. The average monthly
salary paid the males colored was
$39.06; femnalk4 olohred, $32.12.
Trite total collections made during the
past school year amounted to $2:3,-
53.l.41 (<. f this amount 16,077.17 was
,(-llei.til from Slprial Tax Distrkits.
Following is a list of the teachers ap-
|isiliteil for Volusia County whrools for
Ilie present em-liol year:
liarliervilli--Mrs. 1. A. Bennett.
,C (arwvatbr-4'lara Johuson.
Iiaytoina-C. E. Rkihards, Martha E.
IBrown, Maudei T. Ilarrnm, Lydia Itab-
inigtii. usi- ('Curry, lRots Nobbl, Luck'
IIu. kelr.
I'ort Orange- '. P. Dickinsonm.
New Smayrna-lE. C. lloyd, Charlotte
Iradleyv, Ci'arrie K'leve.
Oak Ilill-Engenia Fair.
Spirionie ('n k-lI. F. Prideaux.
Enterpri.*-E. 1. Y. P'alnmer.
Orainge C'ity-Marviif Harwell.
Ialke, lllen-Janie 1Beniitt.
I-lhiid--.J. II. I Awkey, A. (). Itottm,
Ella llarw.vll, I.ydia Willatowski, Laura
Lawv. Viola Erhart, Mary Stoneis.
Wiliian-Ituth. Icihardton.


Osteen.i-Ala G(. Ialliday, EllaCaulsey.
;ilenioe.-W. S. Carlton.
T'onioka-Mary Grien.
IHirn-'s Lake'-Eminie Mtellehy.
Clay lrniich-Veria Drawdly.
Ormi'ii-Jane L. Bradiley. Mary Mc-

iro ks-"ranicees lloichelle.
lnilsoria-lI. 1I. VWhartgon.
I'oiii' lPark-Mollie Stone.
hawks I'ark-Beula uh 1Clyatt.
lily lv I ill-Jala L..Mauin, Nellie Mann.
I'lifto1n-I eliahi Rusih.
Luiarrnii-Nelfli Fiir'n.
Flmwers-Eva Hawley.
IDlooemii Springs-Eduna Willicomle..
Pie'roiin-li-o. .1. Ilykew. izzie Pri'e.
S'alirez--W. A. Riush. Eliza Bard-
well. I. t tti. -cb O.h
Seville--F. D1). arlborough, Fannk,
\\ ii \-ill.
t; lnii< I--Anni Wtolsek-ley.
'Turniiull-Hilde.gardle Mannt
Co r< na1l a-Annie Riitu-ell.

Sail .l ills-
Enterplrise-Julia Ilankerson.
ill.i- iBelle C. Itailwy.
DaI ytna-l. II. Muilhlraw, Wilhilmeniiia
.Jo ini n. Sanraih Pickett, Emily Bryant.
Ito se Btiy-
I't.ells-ol-
DI'lanil-I. S. Hlankins, Alphonso
J. lii's. Minnie M it'hell, Ange'lineW \illiains.
Oiraiie 'ity--livia 'ierce.
Se.-villh-
I)Ploin-L,. Whit.eman.
S; ,len l wood-


NEWS FROM 0ORL0.

Mr. Colby is building quite a commo-
dious cottage.
We are just learning to play ping pong
in our little town.
Miss Howell is getting in a nice stock
of millinery and notions.
Miss McLeod will arrive today, sad'
school will open Monday.
Walter Frecht is at home again, muek
to the delight of his many friends.
Our popular druggist, M. Thoratom,
has returned and is now with us for the
winter.
Miss Daisy Watson, of Indians, is
visiting with her uncle, Washilgtom
Watson.
Mrs. Bradley and family have arrived,
and will wo.upy part of Mrs. Hard's
cottage.
Mr. Courtelle has charge of the exprn
ofilce. and your packages will be deliver-
eel in n-al French styk'.
Ed.. Russell hias rntrned from New
York City, and sayn it is not as large a
iplace as he thought it was.
The llowe hloiuse has been remodeled
by ('has. Mc-Nary, and it is quite an or-
nament to New Britain street.
Mr. and Mrs. Bead, who have been
stopping at tlwe liver View House for
two weeks, r'turnniol to Moundgrove
Tuelsay.
J. E. Francis ihas iilnrgeid his store by
renting the ohi In .int market. and will
have only dry gtoei aminel notions in the
front part of tiUe .store.
Miss Emily TiiuPlr gave a delightful
musical recital Thiursday afternoon.
Slip will go to .Melbourne and Fort
Pie'n-e for a rest of tlin-i' weeks.


THE REAL THING COMING.

Editor Gazette-News:
While tie aundicie, waits with more or
less pItience for tlw curtain to rime, those
is certain to lw grnat activity Iehind the
se mns on the stage. So site Daytona
waiting with morp or less patience for
tlhe curtain to rise on the grand
spectacular drama of the electric rall-
road era. And while we wait there is
great activity behind the scenes, and
occasionally a faint hum comes to the
audience. Occasionally the drop curtain
is lifted and an awtor appears and the
audience cheers and thinks for a brief
time that the "n-al play" is on. But th
curtain is soon droilppjp and the tem-
lmrary awtor disaplears.
But the curtain is surely going to raise
ont the great play itself. It may he
th we months, it may be three years, but
it is coming-dlon't ilose sight of this
fact. R. L. T.

Pensa.ola News: Florida is generally
ns 4iiateil with gentizenphhrs,musicand
flower e--bt tne following from the
Valelosta Tineso sounds as though we
were tUhe e,|iial of the wild and woolly
west: "Amonicig the best features of the
next Georgia State Fair will Ime a vHlae
cof Florida Indians from the Everglades
of that State. They will come aboat 20
.tr.knga nnd wil*l hnvet t ir i_* .-_&


L.kGo to Clark's for school looks and
supplies.
Mrs. M. J. Gramling was a visitor to
Palatka Tuesday.
Mrs. Adam Schants and daughter ar-
rived Tuesday from Dayton. Ohio.
IWDepicious home made candy at their
Gramling Bakery. Better try son of it.
Rev. J. P. Graham departed Monday
for Louisville. wxiern- he will attend t ol.

I). F. Morrison visited with his family
at Barberville last week, returning8satur-
day.
Rev. ('. A. Fulwood held quarterly von-
ference at the M. E. 'hun., Soith, last
Sunday.
George Brown killed two large I ar
Monday afternoon in the haminock lhark
of the city.
IaYou can r'ttihot i iff'-4 and, lin'-lis
of various kinils at all houn'rs at Mills'
Quick Lunch.


A number ofb crates of pinoippiles have,
been shipped from tl piinery of IDr. J. I'.
E-ch this week.
Fnr It ratt enaime down from Jackson-
'ille and visited wit i his folks a couple
if days last week. /
I. Shoemaker drove over from DTILantl
saturday evening and rnmained over
Sunday with his family.
Dr. Hanna and family, who have liii
ewilding several weeks on( tin ltea:hl. left
'uelday for their homnie at I' nitilla.:
Prof. '. E. RIlchardsgivet teraillnat ingi
ass iof ties high sel'hitl a farenwe'll n4l'p-
ion at the Siunnysiile. yesterday afltr-
loon.
W. II. Wharflihl will arrivPfroin Spring-h
lel. Mass.. next wOek, auidas usual, will
ike up lihis winter quarters at J. B.
ilnsky's.
Allen Trowell left Wednesday f ircre, wvhe1 he has a'-ceptedl a losit ion l
4 clerk in a general store. MIrs. Tr.owelI
g mpanied him.
The Misses Eliz.lweth Silvetrnail. Violet
ah<'toy and Minnie' tugier will leave
shortly for INLiandl where they \willattencl
tetson University.


MASON (Q WALL COMPANY


W. H. EDMONDSON, Manager.


119 North Beach Street
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Iapsley Keller, of Miami, is visiting
with his parent, Mr. and Mrs. J. I.
Keller.
K Geo. II. Clark has just arrived from
New York with a larger stock of goods
than ever.
Laurmne Morrison and Michael Traite
dre ovover to lDeland Tuesday,returning
Wednesday.
S. II. Wilder and his mother, Mrs.
Eliza I). Wilder, returned last week from
a visit to Ashville.
Mr. and Mr&. F. L. Lindey, of Goodall,
are the happy parents of a son, which
was lorn Tuesdlay.
W. W. Keller, of Knoxville, Tenn.. who
has leen visiting with his brother, .1. C.
Keller, returned home Thnrdiny.
Wm. RugPr and family returned to
Daytona Wednesday, after a very pleas-
ant sunniner's visit in Wisconsin.
F. E. Bond arrived at his home in DIe-
Land, front New York, Monday. If'e
was a visitor to Daytona Wednesday.


George- II. Clark and son. Neville, re-
turned from New York Wednesday. While
away Neville took a course in an optical

F. J. Niver and F. N. Conrad gave a
stag party to a nunmlr of friends at the
Mfoosn, cottage, on tle leliwh, Tlimsilday;
ievelling.
Miss Elizaheth Silvermnnil was t i
champion fisher at Keat ilng's Pier Mlon-
day. Shle 'aiigilit ionte hass weighing 27
pounds and another weighing'23 ipouinds.
gI.TlIe best q-il 'lealest school tab-
lets can Ie foundil at Clark's, as usual.
J. II. Rafferty, traveling passenger
agent for thie Atlantic, Valdosta &
IWe'stern Railway. was in Daytona
Thursday in t.he interests of tle "Dixie
Flyer Route."
9WA nice assortment of towel', etc.,
at J. A. Hendricks'.
The Daytona Novelty Works have just
turned out six handsome chairs of the
(oloniol style for S. H. Gove. They are
very uniqiue and are lnbut a sanpie oft
wlihat McCI'lellan& Eidwardscan turn out.
lifiGet your talbkl linens at J. A'.
lendlricks.
Fish in the Indian River, esp~sially in
the vicinity of the Narrows, anedying lby
thousands. No variety seemn to t I ex-
empint liough then-r. an' monr deal catlish
lt an any other. While then an' many
theories for the death of the fisli, nothing
is known as to tie ('use-.


Mr. and Mrs. Ar'hie Reed returned
Thursday from Illinois and are occupying
their cottage on Third avenue.
Sheriff Turner took Mattie IBaker, a
colon'l woianni, to IeiLand yesterday,
where shli was adjudlg]d ilnsane.
MiMoore IlBrthers have pun-hased a
1inelir line' of tIn's gotls and notions than
have ever Ie'fore leen lbrouight to this


Our new line of Shoes is exception-

ally fine. Come in and see them.


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School Time is around again, and there
are many needs to be filled before the young-
sters are ready to resume their school work.
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Tb kwfaa~vm W Frampi. fmkeSad @-7- 1002


S THE BEAUTY


SOf the rising sun is reflected on the face of our
Halifax, so is the home on the face of the man
as he goes forth to the duties of the day. A
happy wife makes a happy home. A word to
the wise is sufficient We have just received
some of the prettiest and most perfect enamel
ware of the season.

MASON Q WALL COMPANY


W. H. EDMONDSON, Manager.


11n North Bech Street


1 Inn's ETIB EIIITS.

MonugerJ. M.Oborn, of the Opera
o 1 reftrwed from New York Tueday,
toe he made arrangement for a num-
h orf attraction for the coming e-m

Ths lar not many actual bookings
Soa been made, but negotiations are
SBr way for some grst chiae perform-
ss, especially daring the months of
Jmaary and February, which are con-
e md the best mouths of the year for

WI& ar troupe to hold down the
ar ds will be the Aiden Benedict
S ompan y is "Wormwood." This will
he the 5th of November.
Sto o's MilsteIls, who are old time
ahIsw will e along January 30, and
i lgr.ona Richard & Pringles' Minstrels
w wIere tofll tehouse.
S Another great attraction will be
2" T =am," a gentleman on the order of
S o, o, who drew wch crowds here last
S, r, but "TatIem" out boonem Boone.
S lr "David Harum" will probably be

e mTafgment expects to have an
sam eomMiny, and som- of Charlm
f,, oh'mem's tndfull comedies, as well
ar: -"o AdamSr lawyer one of the
sMint oosnn l of the New England

A ambrwof othemarm beingegotlated
Sh, M g ng them "The New Clown,'"
a "The- Chinese Honeymooa," two of
S s most popular plays now running in
-~Uw Tort.


SI MNT OMAGE ITEMS.

- The hotel in having an iron roof put on
O west veranda

S Or public school opens Monday with
Cem. Diuison as- principal.


- Week was beg an the Port Orange
Wirf, at the foot of Dunlawton avenue,

kiaC. m, McDaniel and the children
bme returned, much to the delight of
Mr. McDaiel. -


Mrs. E. Fair and Mis M. I.. Is. Milhhrnu
up to Daytona last week tAo do a
$ Ilke kopping.
ih Mae Brokbm left last Monday for
16imarile, C., to resume her musical
lm i the college there.
'Ms. F. T. Barron and daughter, Inez
:ew ret rntd from Tallulah Falls, Ga..
.hee* they have leem spending thee
mmm"r.
she county is shelling Ridgewoodl
alea* from the Dougherty ('anal to
bimebt aveae. (Geo. McDaniel is super-
'iteding the work.
Jerry Well w.s a visitor in our village
Ob week. Mr. Welkl is ani estimable
young geatleman and he has many
him& I Port Orange.
S Mi. J. M. Garland and her son and
daughter and grandchild, lately from
I-sorlai. drove down from n ayto na
OW visited the points of interact in this

Mr. and Mrs. Alken Trowell arrived
^ Bamturday evening front Seabreee to
spqd a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J.B.
; Case beforegoing to Fort Plienv., wlwere
S"They will loct-ate.
4-'
W- Whole wheat bread at tIe Gram-
g Bakery every day.


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COMCIL PROCEEDINGS.

The (ty Council met in regular session
Monday evening with President pro tem
-larris in the chair. Present: Aldermen
Foster, G..Smith, Stevens and Matthews.
Minutes of previous regularand special
meetings were lead and approved.
The following bills were presented
and ordered paid:
Daylona ilaette-Newr., publishing. $ 28.St
Dr. H. H. Heeley, attendance on ....
...... W. Baker tcoloredi .... ...)
H. 1). Jordan, irecordlng tax sale .. 4.1111
Halllax Printing House, printing I A.
Bond & Bond Co., lumber ... i..LW
E. T. Conrad & o., feed.. ......
on rad Michael, 7X yards marl ... is.l
W M. aley, bill to dale ........ .1r.7
W. El. French, time men mon streets 61.7r
Moved by Aid. Matthews. eceonded byI
Aid. G. Smith, that J. W. Ilenderso n le
notilSed to repair or remove his building
on lot three, block two, as n ame was ad-
judged to he unsafe and a nuisance, and
that he remove or repair mame within 34)
days; carried.
Moved by Aid. Matthews, seconded by
Ald. Stevens, that tlhe Street committee e
be requested to inake a written repl)rt
regarding their disposition of the eity
mules, wagn,. et-., and present samle at
next meeting;-, carried.
Moved by Aid. Matthews, secondedl iy
Ald. Stevens, that I. F. Humphries be
paid until (h-t. 1; carried.
Moved liy Aid. Matthews. seeonded by
Ald. Foster. that the matter of fixing
Daytona street be laid e.n the table until
next meeting, at which titew the Clerk
should report whether same has lween
accepted as a street; carried.
Moved by Aid. Matthews, sc.-onded Iby
Aid. Foster, that mowing of the street
be placed in tIe hands of Street Conetfl
sioner Feren-h; carried.
Moved by Aid. Foster. seconded lyv
Aid. Matthews, that W. E. French Ibe
authorized to fix the roof on tien leanto
attached to the engine house; carried.
Moved biy Aid. Matthews. second Ihby
Aid. Smith, that the oak tree in front of
the ston's of F. T. Peck and E T.'Conra"
and in the center of the drive-way be f
moved; carried. f
Atdjournel: J. W. WI.LKImsxS, Clerk.


DOINGS AT KINGSTON.

Mrs. Wmn. Itallough and son left town
Wednesday for a visit wiitle friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. 'loste,,n, of Holly
Hill, spent Stlday with lRev. and Mrs.
W. A. Myn.s.
John PIenny. whoM has Ie'en'i at heoe1e'
for sone time on account of a lame fe it,
luse returned to Delmand.
W. Meltnm and T1ola flaynes were'
heoisnw Sunday fro"01m thel dattwools ceuitn-
try. They nrepMrt simne little water ill
that section.
Mrs. W. II. Itne lihas left for, a visit
with lier mother, at Su.ilk, after whielh
sihe will joiins ier husband at Miami,.
where they expect to eimnain until
Christtmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Meltrieide visited Mrs.
Jordlan Monday. This is the' last visit
otf Mr. Meltridle and family for a time. as
they left Tueidlay for Itarlewrville, whe're-
tlhey will make tlheir future leonei'.
Rev. C. A. Fulwoo,. D. I., tilled tIlM
ipulpit of thle M. E. Chuin-h. Semthl. la-st
Sunday. poaching two exielleWnt ser-
neons. Dr. Fulwtel li-s i.ee'n a pnwrehe'r
in Florida for almost .541 years. iHe is
now thee presiding ehler of tlie Jac.kso n-
ville district.


FALL GARDEN TIME IS HERE!


We have a very complete line of
seeds of all kinds, but of only
one quality-THE BEST.


Onion Set ""all white. pe-r quart k-
nio lS mall yellow, per quairt lx-
They are cheaper if purchased by thle je'-k or lbushel


Armours Star Hams 15c per pound!


Prof. C. E. Richardsgivet egracilating
class of the high school a farewell n-rep-
tion at the Sunnysideh. yesterday after-
noonn.
W. II. Wharfield will arrive from Spring-
field. Mass.. next week, and as usual, will
take up Iins winter quarters at J. It.
HUnsky's.
Allen Trowell left Wednesday for Fort
Pien'e, whinre le has ra-'elptAe a 1ositioni
as 'lerk in a general store. Mers. Trowel
~.ul panned him.
T he Mises Elizal.th Silvernnail. Violet
MNfCoy and Minnkie. lWier will leave
shortly for I le Laid wi ere theyI \\ ill atten'l
Stetson I university.
A. W. Guild went to .Ja'ksonville
We'dnewlay to mee'nt lhis family, Vliho
renmainel North several weeks after his
de artunr for Diaytonmi.
I,. It. Knox, of tullow. is improving
his health at thie Mt. Pleasant lHouseIm
White Mountainhs. IHe' experts to return
to Florida by the middle of (h-tole'r.


M.. If. lwiin was kic-kld in l' their-
teienth rilb by a hliors' IFriday afternoonn
of last week. le was patchelid lup ly the'
dw-tuor andl is neiw able to I4 :irtiiniiil.
Mrs. N. .1. PI'a-tti. (if PI'one' I':rk.
visiteol with Iewr sister. MNrs Mary Troye..
eo-veral daytvs this wv-k. Her grandl-
daiighter, Mi s Netti' l'a 'etti, acn, inn-
paniee lher.
llorae' Prior, a promtiiinent al'l inflln-
ential Daytona Sunday and Mionilay. He ex-
pits to shortly oil'en nil ii-tol-dati' liltnit
market in thei .ity.
'Mrs. Ilinryand daigrlht,.r. f VWest h'nlm
tli-Mh. are- st, ppinig at ti. eTr.oyv ITmise'.
The ladlie's hlave l.'aril see muinli if the.
ii'alutieSi f I aytona tlat they ( le'-iel,',i
to Ce'oei up ftlnl look the. rity over.
A very pile'asan. t 'social \'was belill lhy ti.-
Christian Emheavtor so -ictyv at Miss
I'lark's rooms .Monday evening. .Musii,
andl r-it ati ons toiik up tlel th rate. pa;rt
ofl tile teve'llillg. at t ie' ciose' of \hiil r-
frn slni'ents we-n' seervedl.
All til)oe who rigistt'nrd too vote ait
tie nrcint primary ele 'tions sl hol.l
hear in mindl that thely \ ill not Im' enti-
tle! t1)o vote at thie apipro.-w ing ge leral
ele'-tioi unless tlhy nrgister again. Th).I
registration il>.ks for tthe lDayto'na
ips-intet ar.oeHln Moundays and Sat urdaysI .
at thei' City Hall until h-tol,.r 1t Itli.


This is for the hunters and others.
Time open seas ton fior deer begins eon
(kOctoler 1st and ends on February 1st.
No ilerson is allowed to kill more than .
in a season. Thle oejun season feor duck
beginss I.lctoler 1st and.i e1ns onl April 1st.
Theole.n W.ason for iwild turkeys and
qulails Ibegins o it Noventder 1st ane ends l
OR Marn-h 1st.
The Japanuee persiminion is now in
market. and forms a deli-ioums dlish
A favorite way of preparing it is to slice
it and add alittlelneemon juice which give's
it piqtaney and supplies tlie aAcil which
it lacks. It is growing in fao"r and is
easily cultivated. It is destined' to oI a
staple fruit in this section as it is good
keepler and can ec marketed tco distant
placs without loss.

,Sa> Ce lgorn clil. thie tailor. can al-
way-s e found at thee, led1-, store. lie
is an adept in i.ehaning andl pressing
ladies and gunts' clothing. Ie1 cleans


Col. W. M. Shaffner is having a water
tower erected on his premise.
I'1Do not purchase school supplies
until you have seen Clark's new goods.
Sheriff Jack Turner was in the city
Tuesday; and registered at Schmidt's
Villa.
Mrs. R. I. Wall and children returned
Thursday from theirsummer'svisit i the
North.
Lapsle'y Keller, of Miami, is visitinO
with Iis lpamrents. Mr. and Mrs. J. f
Keller.
i rGeo. II. Clark has just arrived from
New York with a larger stock of goods
than ever.
Laurence Morrison and Michael Traite
drove over to De Land Tuesday,returning
Wednesday.
S. II. Wilder and his mother, Mrs.
Eliza D. Wilder, returned last week from
a '-:sit to Ashville.
Mr. and Mr F. L. Lindsey,of Goodall,
are the happy parents of a son, which
was born Tuesday.
W. W. Keller, of Knoxville, Tenn.. who
has leen visiting with his brotlhr, .1. C.
Keller, returned home Thursday.
Wmn. Ruger and family returned to
Daytona Wednesday, after a very pleas-
ant summer's visit in Wisconsin.
F. E. IlBond arrived at his home in De-
Land, fromi New York, Monday. lieh
was a visitor to Daytona Wednesday.


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ll.Tihe let qneil helw'awemt school tale-
lets can lIe found at Clark's, as usual.
J. II. Rafferty, traveling passenger
agent for the Atlantic, Valdosta &
Western Iailway. was in Daytona
Thursday in the interests of the l"Dixie
Flyer Roiute."
ti-A ii,-e assortment of towels, etc..,
at .1. endricks'.
The Daytona Novelty Works have just
turned ouit six handsome chairs of the
Colonial style for S. 11. Gove. They are
very uniqie and are but a sample of
what M1.Cl'ellan& Edwardscan turn out.
psA.Get your table linens at J. A:
llendricks.
Fish in the Indian River, especially in
tim vicinity of the Narrows, anrdying Iby
thousands. No variety seenis to Iem ex-
empl t though thlre are nn- on dead eatflish
thann any other. While tlHle an' many
tI 'ories for t Ih death of the fish, not hing
is known as to tle enim'.
W'. Meini's and Ixoy's pantsat .1.%. l in-
dri'ks.'
last winter Mrs. J. W. Brown. of
Athnta. no.st a beautiful diamond ring
inl tll. l,:ath till at tlie iennett lHouse, .
andl it. wt'nt do\ n through the' wwer.
While cle':aiiing olut tlnhe' 'a'ss I hiolast
we'.'k a ceolonlre man found the ring. andl
AMr. ll'eie'tt ihas returned it Itt lheowner.
lWey.Jnst look at I(o. II. Clark's win-
low display oif ive 4e'nt school siipplies.
llarvey Waugh, their popular 'lerk at
.it oods's drugston'. is suffering from"
ptollaine poiso ning. e'enasiond byv aeiit
in his lillger o.ineing in ,o.lta.'t with a
dei'aI lislh at Keatiing's 'ier a fev da;ys
e.,. 'Dr. \ uali:ilzasli is atte.ndiiig hinm ait
the' Surf Cr'est, wlherihe. ha10s I'11 sillnfe
his illnle s..
l'al-irfge ass.rtillnit of Wh-lhool looks
at ('lark's.
lihnry I':. l; i. lrhairima;n of tIhF'loridla
r:nilwav; e-mlli is.sioli. has t. ne rell his
re'sigli:ltioii to) (love1-1rnor ..li'inings. toe
take .ff'..t niiext WleIn.eiday. Tie nr'sig-
niat ione wasin :ee'1pt aed a I ion. It.l 11Hudson
IBeIrr. of ladel tCounity, was appoilnte'd hy
lti' UVeiirTorn to fill the in wxinilr term.i.
IMr. Iturr is the de-inowiratic nomniil'i
foir tlih offiee at the coming ..l-tion.
M r. Day htas atelietedl a posit ion with tlhe
Se'aboard .ir Linet Railway.




Poorly?

For two years I suffered ter-
ribly from dyspepsia, with great
depression, and was always feeling
poorly. I then tried Ayer's Sanm-
parilla, and in one week I was a
new man."-John McDonald,
Philadelphia, Pa.

Don't forget that it's
"Ayer's" Sarsaparilla
that will make you strong
and hopeful. Don't waste
your time and money by
trying some other kind.
Use the old, tested, tried, /
and true Ayer's Sarsapa-
rilla. $L"a A60
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OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL

The dog lives out his little day,
The cat him little night,
But other dog rise up to hbay.
And other cats to fight.

The city schools will open Monday.
The days and nights are about equal
length.
1L.Go to Clark's for school Iooks and
supplies.
Mrs. M. J. Gramling was a visitor to
Palatka Tuesday.
Mrs. Adam Schantz and daughter ar-
rived Tuesday from Dayton. Ohio.
W'Delicious home made candy at ti,,
Gramling Iakery. Better try some of it.
Rev. J. P. Graham departed Monday
for Louisville, wnere he will attend eol-
lege.
I). F. Morrison visited with his family
at Barbervillelast week, returningSatur-
day.
Rev. C. A. Fulwood held quarterly con-
ference at the M. E. Chun-.h, South, hlast
Sunday.
George Brown killed two large imear
Monday afternoon in tlw hanimmock hba'k
of the city.
i.yonu can ge't hot ocoff v anld hlnmhe's
of various kinds at all hours at Mills'
Quick Lunech.
A nundwer of rates of pineapples have'
been shipped from tinw pinery of Dr. .1. '.
Eech this week.
Fred Bratt caine down from Jackson-
ville and visited with his folks a couple
of days last week.
IB. Shoemaker drove over from Delmanl
Saturday evening and remained over
Sunday with his family.
Dr. Hanna and family, who have liewn
sending several wteks on the' lm'ach. 'Ieft
Tuesday for their home at l',einitill:..


Little Elsie Crozier l issiter, daughter
cf Mrs. .J. IH. Lasiter (ne Faifax Keller)
died at Illi;ird ('itv. T'eis,. Friday of
last we ek.
1-i' Imo't spoil y our lins Iby trying to
develop. el during this warilm wet :her.
TakLe them to Harris. l'e'k Ilhlck
lPhone Jack and Pat Sanims sons of Senator
Samins, auoe'nmipanied by their sister. Mrs.
L. E. Wilson. wenr upit fromen New Siyrnrn
yesterday.
F. A. White and son. Tl eodonre. re turn-
e'4 Monday from Jensen, wlhnre they
live leen erecting the ice factory. for
several weeks.
The Tiueslay afternc on holiday has
come to a cse,, and hereafter the Day-
tona business houses will be 1wien every
day of thle week.
W. II. Meltride, of Seville, is assisting
I). F. Morrison taking stock. Mr. Mc-
Bride is contemplating speemling the
winter in lDaytona.
llIt's about time to think of heaving
your lihoue fixelld up. Kost & (fwinnei,
are artists in painting anld palier-hang-
ing--belt ter consult the'n.
Laiurnuce M orrison was awarde.l the
scholarship at tle. examination heeld y
SNiiattor Sams,. Itelnreitative-i Smith
nil S~park man, for the' Irtow Military
I list itete.
l1on. John (i. l.ong. Iepubllican leadeI r
in Florida a e ul 41 tieeral at LIai>.
Egypt, will"-e hopew is in St. Augustine.
arrived in New York Mhowlay. and is enow
inl St. Augustine.
IpFMoore hlrothlers arengiving a 115
peer cent disc4tount on everything ill their
store, filler one week, in order teo make,
roomnl foir the larki'st and lest sel.-1t,' l
stIn-k thley hli.,ve e-vr thought.
RIlv. '. W. ArnlhI as exi ~wted teo arrive
ioner fromt IIiglhlanls, N.C., inext Friday.
There' will le services at StSt. Mary'ts
i'hn-l.h Sundlay. Oct. 5th. ast II o'ch'wk.
with crelebrat ion of hil y clnunioin.
Calpt. E. II. hiet-. of Titu.svill.-, was ai
passi-tigr ion yesterday's nojrthboinel
train for .Jaiksoiivilk., where lhe goes to
to purchase horses. Caipt. Itice is thie
father iof Mrs Wim I-. Jiblb, of this city.
.Mr. and Mrs..I. '. Sto)wers and ildailgh-
ter. Miss Miriam. whli have' lIeei slned-
ing a few d.i3s visitinlir with Mrs. Geio.
II. 'nlark andl Miss lark, returned to
their li,,e 'at i ,Wes.t I'al.n II 'a*ch last
Saturday.
IW,.Line of fall suits just re-e'ive.d liy
Sllitlh & Sc,1--'8 10)0 anLeel uI,.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. aiarlandl and son
whu hiavei' Ie'iI visiting relatives ill tiow n
left yesterday fir l attanol a ni i re
they will rensmain foer a feiw lays liel'fiorr
returning to tlieir howie. in Loeis Alngel.s.
S'alifornia.
Ifyoimi a re' ,looking for a hat. se, te te
Ja-cksnm at Sinith & Snm's.
Ouir delinlu'ient. sholitild rneii.ieilne.r that
t he t ie is ipp111-1 i;alAiiilg li heUn lpeop0le' will
have to buy n intr clothes and hunt light
wtv.e knots. 'While you are making
lnre-parations steop aneld study a minute
and se.' if youll an- (ie ias allythinel. We
will also have teeo make pi.leparatioics alil
we lieed'l tihe "'Illllh.i
IYeSitlh & Seon se.ll Star brand shoes,
-$I.e-o to l. t tlhe' 'iuest o f presidentt .lihln F.
F irlies, of Stetson I university. the truis-
t 'es of that institution inet at li.elanil
Friday ef halt wee'k. andl th'e charge,.s
made against him and c.in.lateil
the.., th al" l ..... .s .. t .. -,l.......... I.. .. I.... .


i, Will1fmfl1u4"11Ai1Hit1 i1iilMM

I VOLUSWIA'S SCHOOLS AND

I THE INSTRUCTORS. P 0P
d;it :1 II .iltlt ,itldftItI HMIIl'
Then are a total of fifty-two schools
in Volusia County. with eighty teachers.
Of thn'se, thirty-mix schools and fifty-eight
teachers are for whites, and sixteen
m.hools and twenty-two teachers are for
colored pupils. The two high schools,
lel^and and D)aytnna, each have seven
inist ru.-tor.
The following statistics are gleaned
from Suii'rintendent Fish's last annual
report:
The average age of teacher" employed
was 2,4. Average, month's experience of
teachers 44t.
The average monthly salary paid the
nutah, white, was $ 38.40. Female,'
white, $40.K)0. Tihe average monthly
salary paid the males colored was
$319.41;; female .olorcd, $32.12.
'nite tot;l collkttions made during the
last lhool year amounted to $23,-
5a.1t.o1. Of this amount $E6,077.17 was
. ll .etedl froni S'nial Tax Districts.
FIt lleowing is a list of the teachers ap-
liintiil for Volusia County mwhotls for
tI he pn'sent school year:
Itarlwrville.--Mrs. 1. A. Bennett.
( Clearwattr-Clara Johnson.
Iayteiin--4. E. Richards, Martha E.
BIrown, Maude T. larron, Lydia Itab-
illgton. Susnie- Crry, Itom. Noble, Lucie
ihIe'ker.
I'rt Orangi-C. 1. IDickinmon.
New ,Smyrna-E. C. lloyd, Charlotte
Bradley., Carrie Aek.le.
Oak I lill-Eugenia Fair.
Spr-' Crniek-11. F. Prideaux.
Eitterprim'-E. II, Y. Palnner.
Orank-e' City-Marvin Harwell.
LaLke lhleln-Jank IBennett.
Ih-l.andl-.I. It. l.'key, A. 0. Bohtts,
Ella liarwevll, Lydia Willatowski, Laura
Iaw. Viola Erhart, Mary Stones.
Winona-Itutlh Itichardion.
(I stevn-Almia (i. llalliday, Ella Canusy.
lile.ines-W. S. Carlton.
Tomoika-Miiary rteen.
Ilin-s Lake-Emmic Motwley.
Clay Irainch-Verda IDrawly.
Oriiinil-Jan' L. iBradley. Mary Me-
le nM BIroks--Frances lioie-lle'.
Emiloria-l.1. M. Wiarton.
Pone I'ark-Mollie Stone.
Hawks I'ark--lhulah Clyatt.
Hilly HIill-Jain L. MUann, Nellie Mann.
I 'lift.n-I- .lhll.i uish.
I ,lAigrr.ni-Nellie. Firmn.
Fl >weTrs-Eva Ilawley.
1I14-lo<>n Springs.-Edlna Williconmli..
'ier-on-I -n..I. 1. yktew. Lizzie Prkie.
'.ahl .ze-\-W'. A. Rish, Eliza Bard-
wv.ll, l.,,tti,. I -ch-H.
S.\ ill.-F. D). S'arborough, Fannie

l; I ,v ol-Annie Wolmeley.
T"iiriill-IHilde iaredl. Mann.
CI ronadla-Amnie ItRu. -ll.
C'OIAKn f 1 HOOiI.5.
Sa.,l Iills-
Enterpris'--.Julia llank.ereon.
Sul-.r- Ilts.l., Itiiney.
la);it linai-HI. II. Mnllrow, Willtmwnenia
.1,hI',II. "..'irah I''.kett, Emily Bryant.
It..n Is y--
I.-Lanl1--I. S. Ilankins, Alphonso
.Inne-. Mi.inniie Mitehell. Angiline Willinm.s,
Orange City-4livia v'ienVe.
.V-vilkl-
I -.l6.on-Il. lWhitemncan
Silenw odl- -
so...i,.-- n i ,'i s..ni.


NEWS FROM 01001i .

Mr. Colby is building quite a commo-
dious cottage.
We are just learning to play ping poa
in our little town.
Miss Howell is getting in a nice mtoek
of millinery and notions.
Miss MeLeod will arrive today, and'
school will open Monday.
Walter Frecht is at home again, mueb
to the delight of his many friends
Our popular druggist, M. Thor ton,
has returned and is now with us for the
winter.
Miss Daisy Watson, of Indians, is
visiting with her uncle, Washington
Watson.
Mrs. Bradley and family have arrived,
and will occupy part of Mrs. Hurd's
cottage.
Mr. Couirtelkl has charge of the expiws
office. and your packages will be deliver-
edl in real French style.
Ed. Itussell hats returned from New
York City, and says it is not as large a
phlac as he thought it was.
The Hllowe house has heeen remodeled
hy Cleas. .NIdNary, and it in quite an or-
nament to New Britain street.
Mr. and Mrs. lteand, who have hbm
stopping at the River View Houslme for
two weeks, rietiiur-ne to Moundgrove
Tuesday.
J. E. Franc-is has einrged his store by
renting the ohl n.-at market, anstl will
have only dry goods and nAtirons in the
front part of the store.
Miss Emily Tupliler gave a delightful
musical recital Thurtday afternoon.
She will go to Melbourne and Fort
iernce for a rest of line wee' ks.


THE REAL THING COMING.

Editor Gazette-News:
While the audie me waits with more or
le.s patience for the curtain to rise, them
is certain to be great activity behind the
se-nes on the stage. So sits Daytona
waiting with more or less patience for
the curtain to rise on the grand
spectacular drama of the electric rail-
road era. And while we wait thee is
great activity behind the scenes, and
occasionally a faint hum cones to the
audience. Occasionally the drop curtain
is lifted and an a-tor appears and the
audience cheers and thinks for a brief
tinhw that the "n-al play" is on. But the
curtain is soon dropped and the tem-
jitrary actor dlisappears.
But the curtain is surely going to raise
on the great play itw.if. It may be
three uno.iths. it may be three years, but
it is coming-don't le.je sight of t"is
fact. R. L. T.

Pen n ola News: Florida is generally
associated with gentlezPphres, mumicand
flowers-Ibut thie following from the
Valdosta Times sounds as though we
were the equal of the wild and woolly
west: "Among the best features of the
next ;Georgia State Fair will he a village
of Florida Indians from the Evergladse
of that State. They will come about 90
strong and wi!l have their tests.ete.,


4


Goods Arrtvi


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

Hossery, Handk 4s

Suspenders and Tcs.


r*WA new lot of "Silver" and "Gold"
abirts at Smith & Son's.
Mr. and Mr.. F. T. Peck arrived home
from New York yesterday.
Mis Ella Winningham is the hello girl
at the telephone exchange.
A. H. Schmidt left this morning for a
few week's visit in St. Louis.
Mrs. Coleman rpetrned yesterday from
summer'ss visit in the North.
J. A. Rose has sold his interest in
Ridgewood Hotel to E. D. Langworthy.
C. L. Dohn and family and Mrs. Gart-
hard; of New Smyrna, spent Tuesday in
Daytona.
Mrs. J. D. Maley entertained a few
friends at her beach home yesterday
afternoon.
Miss Martha Brown arrived yesterday
and will lrume her duties in the public
schools Monday.
The Mount Ararat Creamery Company
have discontinued business, and will ship
their stock to ('ocon.
tFnFrsh Ibn'ad every morning at the
(iranling Bakery. "It's tin- kind
mnotier used to make."
T. A. Goode was in town this week
drumming up business for the lEiuitable'
Life Assurance company.
Mr. and Mrs. An-hie Reed returned
Thursday from Illinoies nd areoccupying
their cottage on Third avenue.
Sheriff Turner took Mattih [taker, a
olo-drel wsomnle, to INkLand yesterday,
where sin' was adjudged insane.
0.aMoor,, ltrotlhirs have puirnhased a
tin-r lin' of den's goedls and notions than
have ever b.efon-' ben brought to this'
city.


School Time 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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lkffmm SAL


George II. Clark and son. Neville, re-
turned front New York Wednesday. While
away Neville took a court e in an optical

Niver and F. N. Conrad gave a
stag party to a numlcer of friends at the
Moo cn'ottage, on the lt-eahI, Thursday
evening.
Miss Elizabeth Silvernnil was thee
champion fislwr nt Kealing's Pier Meon-
day. Slie camlihl one h bas weighing 27
pounds and another weighing 23 Ipounds.


.I*o illwo. go.


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Our new line of Shoes is excepion-

ally fine. Come in and see them.


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PuldiMl EewyB7 atu-day.

BDW. FITrBRALD, PCnLMMa.

iab "pt $ 61.50 per Year in Advance.
b PNoewm 10e per Line Each Time.

f Gat a, Sep at D27,19 ton02 .
fliima, as BsmadeChm Matter.

8S aray, Sept. 27, 1902.


rMU MMEES.

*ATI0NAL.
For Ulted stam Senator:
SBT -P-lK R. MALLORY.
r Congairemman, Second Dist rit:
3OBERT W. DAVIS.
sTATI.
For Comptroller:
A. C. CROOM.
For Secretary of State:
H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
per Justice of the Supemew Court:
W. A. HOCKER.
For railroad Comniesioners:
R. HUDION BURR.
JEFFERSON B. BROWN.
S* VOLUVIA COUNTrY.
SFor State Senate:
B FRANK W. SAMS.
For Representative:
CHARLES L. SMITH.
THOMAS J. SPARKMAN.
For County Treaur'r:
J.J.VINZANT.
For County Tar Collector:
D. PERKINS SMITH.
For County Am.emor:
SAMUEL B. WIIFAN.
For Board f Public Instruction:
J. L. CHANDLER
L. E. CAUSEY
E. F. KNAPPE.
For County Comminsioners:
R. D. BROOKE
FRANK E. BON)
W. H. McBRIDE
T. L RODGERS
T. J. MURRAY.

Reo eow t thinks he already has thl
AfWt vote in his pocket so he declined
.he Ivitation to visit Jacksonville.

For tdh lmt time in many years the
"dives" to the tenderloin districts of
S Jacksonvile have been eowed. It must
he that the morals of the town are ad-


A sweet girl graduate in a Missouri
| et thus deisribes the manner in which
a goat butted a boy out of the front
ard: "He hurled the previous end of
i i anatomy against the boy's afterward
w. h earnestness and velocity, which
S aedb the goat's avoridupious. ini-
pased a momentum that was not re-
bad atl the instigator of the vehement
S xa1ration lauded on the termrafirm be-
yomd thg pale of the goat's juriwdiction."


If preta were toenrourage theirchild-
im to pay more attention to the read-
I g e of paper by subseribingfor and
Stakg ce or more of them into the
a they would soon discover how
EW e mre their children would increase
their toekof knowledge. Books soon
become mootonous to a child, while a
newspaper is fresh every week and is
looked for with as much pleasure as a
promaIed present. The home newspaper
in the poor man's library and the child-
iaw's lout of knowledge.

The foowiaggood ad vice from tht San-
fo dChroaide iM applicable to Daytona.
ad every town in Florida. Though we
have maid something like it many times.
t i a trth nef-evident, that it will
ear machk petition: "Wfth the begin-
igol the lall season the Chronicle urgent-
Iv iMisit, as we have done I.e-ret4re.
hat our people patronize the nven'hants
S atead of buyingabroad. Then merthante
heeam sa general thing, have excellent
S tocks which make it unncesaary to
| ed away for goods. It is a mistake to
Sed moaey to enrich other towns. The
me-chaitc make an effort to supply
the mead of their patrns and deserve
eaeomuuenme it and appreciation. In
the long ran the goods are justas cheap
as can be had eewheremand in any event
Sti better to buay then at home than t,
mead the mosey away."

Oma Inas it may seem time Potoffie'e
Dspartgagt in 0oon to isnue 13 (cent
staiML. 1$ willbe the flrt in tIhe history
olour postal service, and the department
ni re in mitigation that it is
Slaiamideatirely for foreign use. It is
. d *nu by the ineeasing reistration
of I4los letters and the demonization
Silteaded to cover the poStage of 5
emaoa letter matter abroad and the


8 eats required for registration fee.
SThwewere 1,660,000 pieces of foreign
Iis ata mail matter last year. The
m aemp will bear the likeness of the
lea tPalie t Harrisonandthe designers
a ft wigl be one of the most artistic
Iib olawgravig that hal yet been pro-
daeed lor the department. There has
blqa a amd for a new 12 ent hopeial
SM being to embrace in one stamp
S the 10eatfor regular letter ixwtage.
A 'ier of changes are contemplated
i the vark msta;nmpo uwd for special


A Wemflt ametmle.
Sillh waster watladg lunch, when
MBf- arg a sa en shove, and.
a We wmt his glam of mlk.
l Mer yvs were n go to @pill
OWr agM gm a nart.
"Iml, See hamw," gQerMle Walter.I
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IMEWOOI MPROVEENTS.

EMrroR GAIurra-Naws:
The ladies have taken up the improve-
ment and beautifying of Pinewood
Cemetery, and hope to be able to push
this laudable work ahead rapidly. The
ladin of DeLand, Palm Beach and other
town have bought and maintained the
cemeteries at thew places entirely ly1
their own effort, and they are nimarvels
of beauty. Why have we not don l tie
Moiew? In it too late now? No. iide o'l!
Let all thl ladies in tihe vicinity unite
and work together for this common
cause. It is the one caule we all iought
to work harmoniously together in. for
it'is probably our last n-sting palace.
where we shall all in-t and lay ,hown
Wide by side in peace.
If you do not expect to lie tllh'r your-
self, have you no n-lntive', lio) friends,
there? An- yoi not ;ashanied of the
unkempt. negle-'ct4el bookss of thl' lin'la"?
iDo we forget our dear ontcs ai soon am
they an- put then? Our e lrnlete'ry is a
disgrace' to a wide-awake Illac like IDay-
tona. "Why is this tlhusly."
The only thing to do now is to ge to
work without delay aidl iniprove inlit-
te-r. A gtmxel start hals l'tin ltlade'.
SonMi of the ladlies have alnrady conf'
together and organi-ed under tlie name
of i'inewood cemeteryry Iniprovement
Association. Their jol3-'t is to raise
funds for tiw inmprov'enltit and lieauti-
fying of the emniete'ry. *.
They have alnradly raiis.l .a lIiut
Neventy-five dollars twani having t
cenletery feneel. As it is. attill roamin at
liberty them.n
But this is only L.e.inning. The inlor'
then an' who join t heir fndvs.ye, thie inr
then can lln' nceaolllis hled. Somni1 li;IV."
gotten the ildea tli.it iiipi|'roviug tli'-
ieniwterry uiIInns eInrichling ti l' st -k-
hoedle'r. This is not so. The in l pc i
whlo eanlie tolgntlier to li ke' tlief lrI'-
chase n'ally dlid a c.haritahll.> ant ainl
started the work. And now it is for tht'
ladies to heIll on. Ily .the omnstituti on
of the. ladies' Mcie't y they control thlie
usap- made of all monies they raise. andl
have the "Kavy-no" as to what implrolve-


"Le d a"AW
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DEep'&At


GOLD DUST!
Better for clothe, dishes, p and pansfloors and doors-and yet more economical. GOLD DUST
drives dirt before it-makes everything and bright--leans the housewife's cares. With GOLD
DUSTS aid wash-day ceases to be "Blue Monday." It makes it possible to have snow white clothe
without rubbing them to pieces on the washboard.

Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
Caicoa New York. 9ea0. SL Lae--Umhws d OVAL FAIRY SOAP.


I AN INTERESTING BUDGET

U OF NEWS FROM GOODALL
1 1:,l- it : I- _um1r


.1. W. IF'ielh-r. ef le-'l.:illi. S|Nent a fe
nre-, llt l;i.'.s vi.titilnj frijei ls il ti he I a l
YoiIi- IBritt's I'\\e t t.etl' is nearly
ceine', tlee. ( ';irl[mter l'iiiqu:i.y ligas loi
etheieniit %\\ 1ik ill rishinig it
Mrs. I; '. Smith. e 4().-al,. will e.on
le't, "a (hr .lihtfnid six \\wi'ks on the' I M'arl
r(It urii'ill h1)l1 4- og ll thIlfirst.


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nents snail (Le made %ivtll tIN'iii. .All I lati
is needed is.first: theenthusianin. interest lIolike, It, I' iti i aniid fatiily return'
and co-operation of the public in further- lioni, tI Nlia t ini.li,, iFridaiiy. after a Inosi
ing whatever the ladies undertake: ; tinel *'ioyail..-I' intiii i at tihe Se'asidle fun.
I secondly, more ladies to take up the 11 s. .l;ia .. S1t ,wral and Mis. Elma
work and carry it out. The next nelt' ing l't ttes,.r. rte, 'le,,".I hI,,. TlIhu-sdakyv
of the society will Is. at Keatui-".s'au.ino afhtr. ;a f',, ieinth ,,iuiing il le,.n syll
Tuesday, Oct. 7th. at 2:3:1 p. nm. Vali :can VI i~ia .
A% IXNTERESTEsT ie: O)M.l..
fTh'I s.ri:-v i, lhii.,n 'hal .gi s I.i .ls today
.Mlint,' Ile4,t .li,!iilii r'tiiriaiig teI tli
An late atsnai Ani all. I ;, l t, .\ll.iti,. a.il Ml. Set, art ttake
Propri"-tor (if M.inagerite-Walk up.
ladies and V.ntlert i. a. aid see our fa- ehlei i.o lihe Se'ailc'.
miius II- n. Ml-:stapllat. lie Is as sensl- I're \\ .. |{.ia|. C,,f I) aLui d. \ il
bie.- nany hitaum ii Ielhig. A l"relnch i1,,i,. into thlle 1:. .I hliins. n .totag'. oln
e.rg M' t Oi'e ilh'(d out of his foot a Iia a.Ill.. st .t. r,,ah,, f,,r o .e.-niligI thIle' Se'a
thorn -ni which hbe ih'id steppell. What .
.< you thihtk tihe Iroble creature did? b'r**,' z -'lA s', 1 ,"'I ',lelal
It devoured, one ly one. in order of Ii. .|. S Itlii. ,,f .Mointia,. ihil stilI
rank. all the superior olk'cers of our lii ,,... 1,,.,,i t ,, It ,.e ,, l th goodel limshing.
sergeant until the latter found him- II. i -s ,dole.l I ,0.l ,st i ,' ,...fl isherlmell
self promoted to the grade of colonel.
Walk In. gentlemen. Ouly a penny.- ''i'-1ia-14il ee-t.
From the German. Ituith Keat ini a;nl 1I.liiei, Kulil'rluslh
\reThe pp t\\ 1, f at hie. IC t '. t ke, \\ alkers at till
The noppIag Rhemiatlmm.
"Yes," said the old man. "'pearetl cd*eMrt. Thir 11, .lls-. hulmnt e(rk,
lak he wus give over Inter do han's er "a'l IIIfI f e','dle in t;,kiing the fanlcyy
Satan, en Satan 'filleted him wid de stes n-i.de l tire'ei e l.>irf itan boppin' rheumatism. Fust It wuz in .l:aii;iterist ie.
one place, en den It wuz another, but .
he went ter prayin' ter be relieve' of hlte e e lk t- i "c ienc'rt
It, en one day, whilst It wuz a-holpin' a lair, iat a 'tel Mt. 'ih lioraia.-c is lie
rum one J'lnt ter another. It hopped I1i-s Ie':ll'e l c.ai a lelilln fe lhie'r lie'l| ill
Into his wooden leg. nn' he pulled off ,i-a.liihitig I lit.' It i.eI TIhi i s.-ak.e wen.
de leg an' th'owed it in de fire, en It en aw;aiirle'l to Luis \l ai\alzah. A.line ('c.n-
de rheumatism wuz teetotally con- ee at. 'il' liel .111.1a r'tre't .loiie's. The'
sumed."-Atlanta Constitution. 44114i11a tc I% Ii s. 'sss .iallv
A Generous Empreis.
It is said that one morning at break- -i- -i- --
fast a general related to the emperor A. inisr Inriter.
the misfortunes of a brother officer A.-T'hi:t wm.ni,:in who just went out
who "because he had not 15,000 francs Is thle p-iriiler of your joys and sor-
must be dishonored." While the em- rows. I stiliepose.
peror questioned further particulars ft.-She's partner to my joys all right,
Eugenie flew to her room and, return- but when it comes to my sorrows she
Ing with a package of banknotes, sand. slips over to see her mother.
"Take them, general and never tell
me his name." And his name the gen- iteverned.
erous empress never knew. Itolr1ck-S9ay. old ann., you have
Il'cii thlroughI th(e ordeal of proposing.
lPerethOlbhte. i Whaitt does a fellow do after hbe pops
"Right here," said thle surveyor, thIe question?
"will be a good place for your saw- i Vn Albert--Why, lie questions pop,
mill The county line will run exactly of counrse.-Chllcago News.
through the middle of it." -
"Not much," said the pioneer. "We'-l A CLEAN COURT HOUSE.
have It all on one side or the other. v N COURT HOUSE.
When a man gets sawed in, two. I 'itrT i, ;t ,, I.taili 'ith ,lown (oiarls
don't want no two coronetA' inquests t hc', c ,, I th,. t- ,,t' ef Illinois \\ hiihl
over him."--hicago Tribune. i| 'k r\ rihieal of its hci.,ail ,\tw eoitr:
i ea> |- :, i S i|;i t a Iri l in 111 fr 1 olli ,elir
Am I Kermoll Story. e 0f 'lii;i,,,'> c ,i. lhe,,i..-;lh. hi, s ,..s "I'
John W. Mackay once Invited Roh. i|,I I,,-t..e ,,c,.. ,i,,l tha tIt l %,%i e ,'
ert G. ingersoll to visit the Comstock ,i i- i I I hall S11t i t ie. '
m ines. As the cage descended to the tee, ki-l \;*Li :"*1 ** I h; I 'l t I D
furnace heat at the bottom of the' shaft It '- sucI.- I h liegt I l gee
of one of the mines Mr. Ingersoll san l,. ,"" l ia, -"'1 i.' rch I'uihllian-. It
gaping for air, "PrivAtely I always ",'rti inly i- a \,.i\ il;,,sing stric'tur'.
believed there waA hades somewhere,. I'ilt eif "tai-rlt, .tal inI ,a,- ing a gnre':t
but I never dreamed it could be so l'ii s.jllare' in lie cint,'*et thel. lock with
bhoe Ili\\n e- iiInniiig uIp afrl- n lhi' stne, t to) the.

A Coreted Receipt. hliff-r.nt .il.- .- I. tuihlitig. I found
Agent- Here. sir, Is a book that tI.- ai:nl l and li.- h t,,' k ii.. allh over tle'.
should be In every family. It contains i ,I,. Iriili;Il c i. thel ihi-nailhescenit light'.
a receipt for everything, sir every- too -in\\ I l:1 i. Ii-- 1 ercliN f e f'ero e.dl finis-
thing. h .- ..* i t cli lf,.trni t m .n-. W htli al rticu'-
ChoUy--Clve me three copies. If it I.rly ,c ,b.t in.i.Yteit.ri>tin %%as thle s|spot-
has a receipt for my tailor's bill, I'llh..o. Ia.li.'-?.teelctha lTheiseie'
take fve r f lile r I' .- i|i r(,' i -i CC ( e tk wool\l'ork.
t'rlos Loagevlty. t l -I-tir I .... 1ih rmindlot railing, th.e
That the country Is the place to ae- ....m l ;d"--:.Il i '" as rbrig.t alin
quire and preserve health is a theory t',' fi., ,lt- aaI tatrniih as e' revler-
that has been exploded by the L'nited eaWi' l j1t .1I"t i'.con I eth proV- '
States census statistics. We have here- ial '' pll *' ," t i;1 ourt 'our rins
tofore been advised to go to tle hills l and ,tlfie-" I,,' ki that way at tliat
and vales, the field and woodland, the onliiiaar' ,'\ in'l\ s".';t ,l,\e edo you do
lake and river, where there is an unin-. I L-k''I thi liior II., smiled Ibut
terrupted prospect and the air of heav- s tihl nt hiiiiia lit il lie r.i.achi.e liis stoe n
en has a free sweep, but now this and- i r,.,n Thi n 1,'1. she ,,,il II.' whole., casess
vice must be changed and the pent up ef I,,Ik ic si ht I, h i k1, p in sti mk.
cities recommended for health, if the ..1'hi" \,-hieg lci,,er.'" I' Saii." 'is
census authorities are right. Ie.' Isai.**is
According to the official figures the t, linly ilin.r ilta il ii *. used aroitirl
city has a decided advantage over the I tlhis lcI.e l- ,n'e a I ;itn janitor. I
rural districts in the matter of human lhi '' he.n di longevity. The average age reached in i it.y lif',. ;in.l l, \0T e -'r hlad. su ci a1 snap
the cities Is 38.2 years and In the coun- k'e.epimii thin-s i v -i, as since I .g.a';iI
try 31.1. There the urban has an ad- I.iin ilel Iist. Y- 'calln iaag-ini-' wIhat
vantageof 7.1 years over the suburban. :ael ,I 'ci] The advantage of pure air inathe coun-
try Is apparently more than offset by
sanitary and food advantages In the .I*"'h'11 e'-t li.f,'r. ,f l.,,,IgClte, Ine,..
a is- ; i c 'r Iiieati. lilt lIe' s,1.is i he woutlhl Iaodt
le w itholul t 4'hai li ..rh.uin's I'air, Itahlni if


I


PROFIT IN GUAVAS.


Sie'aking in a general way and itiis
lie eletailel facts, we have infoiniation
to satisfy us that it play's to raisegittiav;s
at East Melbourne. Atthe .J. II. I'hillihp
Iplae the Irse.nt se'as )mi an acre' in
guavass lias Irodhl'eed 1.'50 bushels. whiihl
hLav'e INee11 sold ill the lhoal Iilartket for 7-I.
,cnrits. a h hiil- I. .$122..011, and the -Cost of
prodi.etioni \\as not lmore than 120.
A.\ noIlthr variety of gulaiMa;I which yilIs
most profit.ailde is lie' si raiwl.e-'ry kind.
aind \ ill yie.hi a 1levinte ;ias followsw. 'Two
.galliolls gl;ava;sa;t I.e e'1 el'ts e;'chll,:341. rits;
Ilrohilet. 1 1. ga llione s j ell.. W* hicIh llil.k,
theirl'y ordit-Iry laisse's. 'e,'tlailiiiLr a1t 21o
I*c *is I-r glass. .;1. t ine sigar -C ost iu .7,4
-.llts. t"111l1 lonily the'l e c st -,f |ilttlillu lIl|
i,)h.' d. iirte1id Iollin thea. it'ralao s |rei>(it
-Iin1ah'-t riil Ite"o"-l.


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t&a remedy eot- a es asldI n -msing


TIDE TABLE.
\,ee.k Nleginnling Seplt. 27. 1 1c42
UslI;! "1'1. I.


STillld y. ............................
MA1, n tay..............................
Tliesday ............................
WVedl 's lday.......................
I'hursday .........................
Friday .............................
Saturday.............................
iOW 1Ti1iE:.


a. rn.
4:22

6:03
:llS
S.::.,
N :.1]


1). fir


e2 7
7.1,0

913


. I f .ig In -



double furnished roof m -m Oa iNW
rent. Inquire of MnJ. A. D i. "M -
... 3-


WOOD WANTED-Tb. O 31s-Xw lk-
-ires several conrds of good so"e wM -
sualMcrlption. Bring ItMong.
PRINTING PRSEMIES-The Osettu*-NWt
has two large size printing preses, which
will be sold very cheap.

A Bad Breath

A bad breath means a bad
stomach, a bad digestion, a
bad liver. Ayer's Pills are
liver pills. They cure coP-
stipation, biliousness, dys-
pepsia, sick headache.
2sc. AIdAggbitO.
I Want your < ntsarclie r .1.i a a a bmful I
.mwuW rich lilhck Thre use |
fMKING6AI'SDYEU____
**CT. OF Dm.. 0T,. o P .-M L A Co.., $*Ma .I. H.

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

Physician and Surgeon.
Office and reidemAe 127 Ridgewood
avenue, opljosite Rklgewood Hotel.
Telephone No. 85.. 8-30

.OIIN B. PARKINSON,


A GREAT RAILWAY. Attorney-at Law,
S(' olkeetions Given Prompt Attention.
The l 'licr'll Milwaukeet' & St. PI'aul ()tli" with Bingham & Thompson.
Railway owns and l.pe'Ites over ;,;o0 DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
miles of tlhoroiighly eqeuiploeId road inl
Illinois,. Wisconsin. w li. Minlnesotae, BERT FISII.
l louth Iakota.. North Dakota. Mimsouri, Attorney-at-Lfw.
and tlie I pil.r Peninsula of Michiian. rompt attention given to all business.
It ovi ns and. oel rates all .0euiilnient in office in tlhe Comty Building.
service on its lines. including sleepiii l iMLAND. FLORIDA.
Cars. I'irlor ('ars, maintaining an exce-'l-
lene of iservice'uetielalted on any rail"wa O
i n the' woirl. Diytona Electrical Co
It Ils liee n :a Pioneer in thil Northwlest .1. ('. 'PETTEIIR, MAAOGER.
anli wIest in thlie use of thlie lhi.k skl--st.-l
in tIhe operation n of its trains. in. tile h FLE'TI'AL lighting of trains lby 'lect ricity. hlieating
by steam and many other lrorenssive IWirinlg for Electric Lights a Sw-ialty
1mlet hIlod.. \ lieha lave avlededl safety, comn- l
fort anld hlixury to travel. It is al way l
the leale'r in that Ldireution.
Tlhe i'ieon*,er Linlite'd T'rains IN-twee'n 'ni Full supply of all kinds of electrical
('liiago.I S. "'auliinl linneallolis have' alpli;anice and suhpilies always on hand.
tihe e~sliest lie st 1 1 l anlsonliest Slee.p-1
i ing C'rs in tile' vorllandl thlie I':4tI ilinig
(Car services',
Timu, ta.le.. maps an. inf lrnatimon S,.ial attention to marine work.
furntish.edI oniI applica:tilin to .A. Miller.
(Gen. Pass .\ge.it. Clm ('olny l-iuillin. | '. ninol' iBuilding. Daytona, Fla.
Chicago., Ii

Stops the Cough n Works off the Cold W ashington
l xa.ta ivle lIren, l (?uinine Tatlle t n ti )
col.l iin one .a,.v. Noire. N l'ay. 27.-H V O lmy $16 05

lRcjistratio( Notice. From J acks-onville, cornrespond-
intg rates from other points.
Tl'le 'registration l iooks for Dist ri.ct No. l'irst-'lasm round trip tickets on
N will I, olw'n .Moninays and Saiturlays sale Octh. 3, 4. 3 and 6, limit by
from Se.1-lt. 1., 1i2t I (.-tole.r 11. i10.. cxtensionI, 54.e' additional, to
-at the' lurs 1 It 1 td a. .i.. and 1 i t- Nov. l. A'olount U. A. It. No
ail ti.,, ty i1 al. ext rah charge for the fast time or
pI-. ii.. 1i1 tlhe' City ihill. luxui riouii s..rvic-> of


l 'in .l 'silMII)T,
)epliiIvy Ietist ration Ofulicer.

21' V:itLs A Y.I'sKIA'TIC.
It !1. I 'oI. ,ter.Il| S. 21 St.. Smlt Lnke'
Cit yv. rie' I "Ii tlv,. lnMe boI'tlhen-d
wilt i *i ol.-'[isi or imen liggest ilon for 21 years
triedI miaiy dce'tor.s \\ithiolt relief: n'en-
hly I gI.ta Il bottle o)f lierhiile.. (ne botl th.
e,'u'1I IIle. I a;1 noIlw\v Ilta;l-rilroff eon the
s-1 o.111. I liv re e llil'll,'dI it t Illy
fri.nie les; it, is e'iiring th miii to.i ." ,*c it .
. 1 M .% 1 I 4 s .


.A s iliili tfal,-. ,la.lpicts at i lirc heart and
.e' aI II eC nis'il'i1'eI'.


THE NEW INITIAL
LINE AT
JACKSONVILLE,

Southern Railway

MOST IXURIOITS
TRA INS
IN THE WORLD.
I'Every morning at !) o'clock.
Every eve nilg at 7:53 o'c'uic'k,
froll, .ilJaklsonvlille; hs than 2:1
hours to Washiinton via
Southern Railway.


!'ity Ti.ket Office, 108 West Bay Street,
Jacksmonville. Fla.


u Mll inf ormat ion ean Iw obtained from
i.l I i i\ l Nl. Irtill .or te ri,.nt II. (. .'AKRY. D. P'. A., Jacksonville.
Ihltel. I'llilillte. I'at.. s aiys: "I kNenow
v i; It it t is to s1itf4er witIi li0i1ualigia6 $64.70
-ee'al I dlil. ;i1el I geot ;a ittle(iC of :lllal rds o
Sta,\\ l.inime,.-it :11ii I \\i Is 'raisi|e l friii
IIe.' ei.-adiI i ,ti.I to get s le. teior,' California R return
illt I Iefore I h:l il "h.ld ,isd' of IiIy bottle
I i\\;is e-,,l le, irt,.1i- I a it te-lling (tI.. Via L. hL N. K. R .
I tltl i, "" 1: 2 ,,'. ,1<. :1itld l1l actl .t i... i
.I.- h le'rst-e.hs round trip tickets flon
,


'I'll, I .! I, l. I l.' o f lift is t ,1 1i I


Jm i


da


Stam a" dotWat-e l
#'tf,, mate Fumahed.

Office at European Hotel. i
DAYTONA, FLOUuS


Daytona Ice
WM. WiNWo, Iausmr.


PURE ICE

Made from Distilled Water


Factory open from 7 to 12 8dB


'Phone 48


Volhla AvW enea f Ut


S H. Gove,
AMMiT6M-r. BIL.nDER AND Co
RidpencP and oftfk, northpant e
Ridgiowxl and Vol Mia atvealm-'
*Phrwo 8!). Daytona, rtp



F. W. SAMS. Pnoprietor. '
Rates $2.00 per Day and Upwalia
Special to Regilar Boardper.
NEW SMYRNA. FLORIDA.


SEE
J. D. Carmichad
Before .ou have your plumbing dmhg
lP ,.an save you 15 per cent. AH weet
guarant<-ed. Rear of City Hotel. 841


.S@ VEm.


Daytona TMm a s

Sahmd




















a. S.. 5UTrjM
Connections with DeLand, Holly
Hill, Ormond and Moundgrow..


S.I'aicstivill,. e o. sal.' Atugust ito- ('cr-
i"'t' rt'es|>ie di~i l'ah.ltes fl lin oiltea r j.ints.
Tiikel. gcocl goini onet wal y aa il '-
Strnin'ii. ililth(.1-r Fliavoriabl.e stoie-over
l'rliim-eii .ieiit Pi iii l liliti .s ,.(t. + t0>.


Itol"NII'D TRlIP ATiES '(iT XEV*Ft.I'A
lIII IN'I'S V%% ESTI & NORTH'IW EST'.


How About

Your Heart
Feel your pulse a few minutes.
Is it regular? Are you short of
breath, after slight exertion
as going up stairs, sweeping,
walking, etc? Do you have
pain in left breast, side or
between shoulder blades, chok-
ing sensations, fainting or
smothering spells, inability to
lie on left side? If you have
any of these syupton.. you
certainly have a weak heart
and should immediately take

Miles Heart Cure
Mr. F. H. Oaks of James.w ,N Y,
whoe renia faeas abve, nma
w tobahcomsrlu


For full information addIre.l,
J. M. FL.:MIt;,
Floriali P'.wnger App.nt, I. & N. IL...
Jacksonville, Fla.


Losley (,

STitus .


POOL as *

& PjT JARD

ROOMS. *

iHot Lunches served at all hours.
(ly.ster stews a specialty.


.7-:7


WHEN COMPANYN Y DROPS IN
edo nit It' at a loss for sommetliing dainty
for their r'fn-shlieiilt. %Scd1 to the


f, r some of their lelic.cils lbread, cake or
past ry.
A fresh supply is iprhie.I e.ach dy.
aeLi eachh article' is light. cirispl, whole
SI'Iu IIl? i pure.
They %. ill Ilelaise' the gli e ,.It1in1i refct'
r amdlit onII tie lim stes.


Oramling Bakery-


N. ERICKSON


Cabinet Maker and

Wood Worker .t




A HEALTH P01EY
ne sytem is. fim natur.
emuse, d or run-down
both in the spring and fall. The
seasons' change are always a tax
on the human organism. The
blood becomes impure in the
spring, and vitality la n the fall.
A little care, a little distance,
and nature will do the rest, as it is
always trying to maintain health.
Frequently the weakestorgan will
show the mot disorder, and this
often leads to wrong treatment.
For the debilitated conditions
of spring or fall, or any other
time, for that matter the right
thing to do is to build up the
whole system. It is not your stom-
ach, or liver, or nerves alone that
cause the trouble, you are weak-
ened all over and must have re-
newed strength and vitality. These
.* you cannot get so
U quickly or surely or
afely as by ming

Dr.HARTERS
IRON TONIC
When you use Dr. Charter's IJn
Tonic you are helping to renew
the vigor of every fiber of your
body. You are cleansing and en-
riching your blood; you are
strengthening your stomach and
Increasingthe digestive fluids; you
are building up and renewing the
activity of your kidneys and liver;
and you are feeding and revitalls-
ing your nervous system. You
cannot do this without getting
well, and you cannot take Dr. Har-
tes IronTomni without doing it.


CuCANo, I.I, Nov. 5, l.L
the Dr. SJt Ml 0edhse A, 0
Gairmuii:-l unhesitatlnly reem
mend Dr. Harter s Iso ToaW, u
irmly believe It I. the best toae on the
market today. Every spltwag ad fall
my system seems to be In need of a
tonIc, and for the pat three years I
have taken a bottle of your tonle twio
a year. Ho. JOux J. "Aown,
st. Legod Bt Chkog&
FOR &ALM MVURTWRL3. J


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I I.l:lTIN ('I lA : I e: \e s1.\Il\T1I:1\ .1A I
ISIA RI 14. %.
''Sc lie' ye';aIr's ; ge, | \;lts edt11' eta h eiart\
thit h hIt .iItI ndlei I kin l .I' It loI i Ig iyc-v l trii,.'
sais I%'. I.. T''a;ylor, ,If Ne'.\\ .1ll0a.ity. I'ralI
fo 1 I ll ounty. "'1I \asi.s takenii si lleiIhly
\\ ilth liardi'J '. anid wasi ;tail etI te Lri.
ll. tlhe' rill. wh,.le elithi' \';ait.dl ef thee
Ia.'-'yvilleh' Alesse.lint.r,. slgg-'est.c t ll lt I
taike' a h dose f CI'hailelaril'. i's C'li-.
Clih ole'ra aiind iarrh.l ,,io' Ite.ie. I h|i-
c'lia se'el at o.Ilt I ;|Ild leeok t \\i, edcI% ses,. ei'
lbf1re' statrtill atill one onIl tlie route'. I
Il: ed, tlhe trip stle''v st'ully awli live.r f.. It
aiiy. ill effe'-t. A.\glill hl.st silillinlr I wv;s
acllost t vopletelj ly t runI d,11elown with an111
alt ta, k ofeldy nitel.ry. I lIeiulght a IltIhe.
lf lthis s.1r1ll. e' r l llely a11141 this tilli. n li.'
elose' ieeI

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0* -. '*


A .bumes a .
ThelOUNS r Dulnes once went to
Vi C *tet"a b"i father' native
v to the unveilingMt of a status to
the creaj o "ThL -T bo Mbluetees-
At the banqet In the evening the
Y1ft Dulms Sat next to ome of the
61144t Iab uts who. Perfect good
iti% blit without way tact, began to
tell a story eof D s t pe to
"k UaM hei "he was a gay ou ,
S ar fathtel Hw we loved him He
was mo dlad earteand generous The
last ty he cme to luerl totteet
Ve IvTe a banquet in the Hotel de
VilUe. He orot ftr some time after
to pay the bill See that fat man over
tere? He was the buteber who fur.
nisMd th fa I. i ouldM not be m-r.
P If the meat were still owing to
m. *ut that 1 nothing. He iS proud
to the day of being the purveyor to
Alexandre Dunrm."
The story was an Ironical commeo-
tary t the st he after
am. The son was anxious then and
there to mettle sla father's ecore.-Pall
MaU Gastte.
LambGur d ef Samara.
In a book called "The Duke of Hol-
tena's Travels Into Persia and Mul-
ovy,." Published in 16 I, there is an
account e a curious vine product
caled the "lamb goodd" which runi
as follows: "In the neighborhood of
BSamar. Runks, there grows a gourd
whieh cloely resembles a lamb In all
Its member. It changes place In grow.
w as far as the stalk will reach, and
wberaoever it turns the grass withers
and die. This change of the gourd
plant the Museovites call 'feeding.'
They further may that when It ripens
the stalk withers and that the out-
ward rind of the gomr is then covered
with a sort of wool which they ae
Instead eo fur."
BealigeM also makes mention of the
lamb gourd and mys that it grows un-
til the grau falls and that It then dies
for want of nourlsahment He also says
that the wolf t Is the only animal that
will feed upon it.
The Bet Pmrecripem tor Malaria
Chill and Fever is a iMtthl m of (UitnvW'.
TAWTCLnI. ('mti. ToNiW. It isn .imply
Iron anml Quinine in a ta"ttlea form.
No Cure. No Pay. P'ri' -4) o nts.

Haltit of industry is a sun, es frugality iN a fortune.

To Cure a ClM oi eme Day.
Take Laxative Itrono quininiwI' Tablets-
All ,ruiggists rfnad the. nosum.i if it failsI
t4 ':lh .Isox; 2"- ..

An ,iuhniated ftil is al Igir.'r foolI thIan
ain ue1111du1catetd one'.

11KVOI REDI> Ny WolnM.
(liihliren often cry. not frmi pnin.hlait
friotm luingvr, aIliliougia fi1l alsutindantlyv
Tih' entiretroultl' arimt frK nil inanition.
tlheirfoHuM iii t ansis ilnittld.l itt dt.voiour4l
itv wornis. A fe'w do-s i of Wliit,'s
t('nant Vlernifugi' willnu'tl- s n' ftl ii to i';i '-
c-ryiit ins lisin tos thrive at oniv'.. verv
itnt,-hi ti tiw m.iri. |iri.. iiind j y f tO.w
inotlwer. 2.'- at .1I. M. 1..In s.


125 ()Ie great art in t-a;thing is kno' winig


Second Hand Uprights 80


"4 Squares.


Cd and See


the new line of


Wire Grass Goods,


. Rugs and Art


Squares


SJ. H Niver & Son


25 YO V uan nw Wiet VanAre Taking
&4l lioll volltake trst sks 'it,'lt-AstsCheill


ToioI- l 'tiso' the. foriniula is ptiin.ly
priited ,n 'v.'ry it.tle. slhowitig that it
is simply ironl nd Im 1ilpini' in tast'el'ss
form. N (o C No 'auy. 2.'-'.

I.abor overcontes all things-t lih labor
not excluded.

For a Itua taste in t he inmuti ('haim-
terlain'm St(nuach aind Liver Tablets..
For sal' vby nil druggists.

The man withotit nm;rw)mof.oi.s'-ience>
is a mornl failulm.


Imunlly isN-rins with th' synmptoms of
a thro.t. hot skin. tiih-k pulse lionareiness
and1 inlip l ldr4tnwrinion. Give fnmilent
Small dtots0 of Italilard's (tI. clhildt will
cry for it) and at tUe first sign of a
*'r iIpy o.iighi.npiply fi nI|lt ly Itallard's
Snow Linninmet ii xtterielly to theI thro'it.
.4k a :it J. M. JtIaS..


The Old Reliable


Rollins College

Winter Park, Fla.
Foumnd6l I t45. ihavintr s ial F'l,,rinhtida chart.r. 4i|NnS Ihto.lIer slt.
T7 w .South Flori da 'oll'e.g.. I..Kt<-: l on a lhiiln .iin, rlie i :>ni itooium
tihes pring-fte lak.I. s of OI;11 gnI' 4'"pitvY. A.l.,1Intel. nolil iu l i:. ii


College,
Music School,
Business School.


Preparatory SchIooil,
A rt School,
S"chiool of ElIocti~ton.


Inledtetequipment. Beautiful lihw-ation. Is'tt I ani. Exen.iies low. .A
furevery student. Thorouighi imotdrn instrui-tiion. litt inlfiftlit'-t'.


room


Catalogue on application.

REV. GEO. M. WARD, D. D., President


A STRONG CONTRAS
There's a big contrast betwe<
you are perhaps "getting along


the light you would


have i


ELECTRICY* v

Our business is to wire the h<
electricians are competent wo
you can rest assured that it w


right. Let us talk it over with


nll the light
with" and
if you used h

. 8
house. Our
)rkman and
vill be done -
you.


PROPOSAL

BY PROXY

[Oricinaldi
"Uncle, I want your assistance."
"What's the matter, Joe?'
"You know Ellen Pickering?"
"Yes; a lovely girL"
"I want her. She is a very advan-
tageous match. Help me to get her."
"How can I help you?'
"Uncle, you are devoted to her moth-
er-don't deny It-and the widow Is
devoted to you. Your Influence will
turn the scale In my favor."
"Pooh, boy! Do you suppose a man
of forty-five, an old bach, is a proper
person to interfere in lovji altairs?
Besides, are you sure Miss Pickering
wishes to marry you?"
"No. I wish your intercession with
her too."
"Very well; I will see what I can
do."


,"onI w. PSftydin,
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hasdhab

Whe ~inimaupltod the
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hasg t lak, for Wam. I
wbile- -

7w it.btef.-
borhm butien for yaws. All
how s AS bI of .1Wine


"Confound that uncle of minor said
Joe Stone, Jr., shortly after to a
friend. "I sent him to plead my cause
with a girl, and he got her for himi-
self." ANNETTE OVEIITON.
A I' MI NI'ATION.
Mr. iE.ito r:-Allh ow ,, t., 1i.'iik 1 '.'w
woids in f;ivti ttf (h lta il .rlaiii's 4t'tg.rli
11 t',,4ly. I snff.-,t'l fo" lhn-0,' v.airs % \~ ith
tI leoriol-hili. naidl ,1mhlil 11 it s I I ;iat
nights. I tried sv,.al dldi.-ttor anlsd
va rio s p.ate'-t it 'i i.ihs,. lintt .itilel gs't
nothing I t to i t ri\ 11' Ia ;l\r t-liif until ilnv


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Hoary 7K~t. Piroprstow.

.. T ,7 BOA .-PHO RHBBR ad '
H, V. DKALCY I(ANIUPACTIIBBf

Dealer in Swond Hand Furniture and 8tore.
Your Old Purniture Made M Good -as W
Beach St. and Il4leview Ave. Lomap-, h.


4.6*COAL


W. F. Gile, Jr, & Co,



TMIT TJNEY and DRESSMAK
We hlave' oipewdlOur inew t~tre awl ian- nown-s~antis for yOur
trade. A n1eW 1 it.' Of 11.11141401(MOfLLt"ff. i~l.)Wt.hav e just Wen 4vl '.ivIed
-and they an-' Iweautii-4 lhat tdiirl w~iimttit.we havte m-rt'lovingj
(1hmttd Out at vesry 14)%v fgures.
Our first~fall utillin.rwry mjwning will taike p lti.w sut.1 %\-441k
frI tanex. t Tuemly *'.sda11101 n(oIami initt ,eXI %%14-k.
We have.. nguzed Mr.[it lnp. iOrd, Ii eim-0 n -t is 4241'ktr Of
4 hea go, t onpresnis orer thisu. depaMrtmen it.4Call adin-tl gtI ir.s (onl
any1 kind Of dr-smaksinkgwianud garnment w n L

MRS. Jo A. DOUGLASS
North IBeadichStrmet.~4


The next evening Major Joseph
Stone, feeling in honor bound to keep
his pledge to his nephew, called at
Mrs. Pickering's.
"I have come to plead a cause," he
said nervously. "Your daughter Is a
lovely woman, and I have come with
reference to a proposal-from one-
whose heart"-
The major broke down.
"Indeed!' The lady looked curious
and pleased. "I have noticed the gen-
tleman's attentions to my daughter. I
am not surprised."
"Hlie may he a little off as to age"-
"That would be no objection, I as-
Bure you."
"Then his Income is very limited:
but, you see, I"-
"I see very clearly, major. The In-
come Is of no consequence. My daugh-
ter is very well off. What she wishes
is a man she can respect and love and
be proud of. The hero of"-
"Pardon me. Heroism has nothing"-
"Not another word. major. Modesty
Is the most charming of qualities. You
will find Ellein n the music room. Go
and plead your cause with her, and
may you have every success. I shall
be proud"-
The major disappeared in the music
room, and at the same moment Miss
Pickering opened the door of the par-
lor, where she had left her mother.
"Oh. Ellen, I thought you were In
there. Your hero has 'ome to propose
for you. Fortunate girl! lie is return-
ing. I will leave you here." And as
the major re-entered the mother dis-
appeared.
"Mlnminla was mistaken. major.
Here I am."
"I nni glad to see you looking so
charming, for a won i n cannot well
look charming witlihout feeling charm-
ing. This will mit:tl1e e':sir ai delicate
mission I have to executie."
*I anm listening."
"I came to plead a cauqe, the cause
of one who loves you."
"Oh. major!" dropping her eyes.
"Yet one whio adnits that lie needs
some friend to help) him."
"lie needs no one but my mother.
If she is pleased, tlure Is no otne elso
to te considered."
"Your mother sent in"t to you, wish-
Ing me success. Sht. liin noticed the
drift of this affair. :aid < !ti will be de-
lighted with the mat h. You see, you
have every good l iculity, while the
man. though a trifle yo.mg for you"-
"IIa. ha! What a lileasant irony!
The man is just tinhe age I would
choose. You know I am a young thing
of twenty-eight."
"lie has many estimable qualities, I
can assure you. lie is-well, he Is a
bit of a trifler"-
"Oh, major, how you amuse me! A
trifler! You are stumbling along as
you stumbled up San Juan hill."
"That was an easy job compared
with this," taking out his handkerchief
and wiping the perspiration.
"I always said, major. even when a
little girl, that I would marry none
but a hero."
"That's too bad." disappointedly.
"The heroism In this case-the heroism
of physical courage liehas never yet
been proved, but I dare say upon op-
portunity"-
"You dear major! You say that as
Innocently as if It were really true.
Doubtless you think it so. The great-
est heroes nre the least aware of their
heroism. One thing I will admit-be-
cause a man Is a military hero It
doesn't follow that he has courage In
telling a woman he loves her."
"I confess there Is some cowardice
In this case. A man should not em-
ploy any one but himself to plead his
cause with a woman."
"Put mamma doesn't count, yon
know. You can't lie anecused of cow-
ardice for speaking to her first. Ma-
jor. you are as utterly unfitted for a
proposition of this kind as you proved
yourself fitted to lend men in battle."
"Well. then, to cut the matter short.
you accept? '
"I do, most assuredly, and with my
whole heart."
"Then. having nothing more to do. I
shall wish you a very good evening
and much happiness," moving away.
"Nothing more to do, major?" draw-
ing very near and looking up at him
reproachfully.
"Nothing whatever. It's all settled."
"Then I have something to do."
Throwing her arms about the major,
she drew his face down till his Itps
were within an inch of her own.
"I know you love me. dear major,
though you have been too blundering
IP tell me so. and I love you dearly."
"By thunder!" exclaimed the major
Internally, then externally: "Iove you!
I have loved you since you were a
*hild."


We are about to opm a Coal YarTd,
and expect the first carload about
Nor. 1 th. Our price wil be rig
M. M. GODWIN
*ttml iTot amber a a
FMwINHiiIMi'lujuu aaiu-


DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS,
E. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor.
XCte'ollaa ZidW a, Wafta"Os.
Moukdng, Scroll Sawing, Turniug, Inside
ork and Wood Yard. ColonialColumn, Poch Col d
S and Wo YardPulleys Made to Order. 'Phoe 70O.
4-19 DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


FOUNTAIN CITY PHAR'IACY,
Norm BEACH STREET
Has a S,'lect Stock of......
DRIfGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BlRUUSHE,
COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.
Perfumery and Faocy Toilet Articles.


IRI .1 M. .)JONES, proprietor, can be consulted prolesmionally during businem
kmours; offivei hour'. Sunday', 9:004 to 10:30 a. in.; 2:3;0 to 4:30 p. m.


Trowell's Express t Baggage Line 'A
II. F. TROWELL, Proprietor,
O)lli- ini thII l;p-to-ltnte Barber Shop. Telephone 98
All Calls Given Prompt Attention.

Piano Moving a Specialty.


Fresh fleats.


We now


carry a


full stock of fresh


meats, in connection with Groceries.

TRY SOME OF OUR SWEET

PICKLES.


D. F. MORRISON


Longe's Old Stand.


'Phone 19.


Corner oeachlStrs* mas
Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress, ....................

Lumber, Lath, Shingles, B

Flooring, Sidi Ceiling. Spencer B. Green
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
'Phone 83 Sanitary Plumbing
Offices and Yards: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malhy, ManaZcr Steam and Hot C


HALIFAX WAGON M WORKS Water Heating.
11. GODWIN, PropritorAgent for the Ericsson


Engine.


FINE WAC

Horse-
Na;r leil l.innlit*r Yari


BL

Saw ai


3ONS


CARRIAGES.


:I Ill I I ii fu o \ I': IIi.
-Shoeing and u- n.rilil' ,



JNNELL'S

nd Planing Mills


ROUGH AND DRFSSDT) PINE




LUMBER


NORMAN DAYTON.


LUMBER
Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber. Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings. Shingles and Lath, BrickjLime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
'Phone 49).
Magnolia Ave. and F. E. C. Ry. (West of i',stofftie.)
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.




"SA MATEO The Nation's
"SAN MATEO B"st gar.
T&>. Al I*Bnaw41a


hE gmmdAvemu..
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74


W. F. Gille Jr & Co0 Lst

* *
Druggists


of l)rugs in l);Iytonn. i'nP.r rii'tio is .c ,nt- 0
*
o 4)Iunded by iM-gistered !Pharmnacist only. *

SF Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
* TRY OUR PINE TA I C' ;il III.\11M.\M-25 cents a lottil. *
*-
* eMach tr**ot. 40 p 0 'P DAYTONA, rLORI DA *



BOND & BOND CO.,
(INI' AitRo IIATEI)
-MANUFACTURER" OF-


I: *f s eam to be aU tbohmbos
soty." apdogetm'lly marked te
SIbteber.
"a.r" miM the enomter mignMfleat-
-, *tat seeaoun for them getting In
go wigh."-FPhaleka. Besord.

*b s Muoragng,. to my the least, to
a f c man wbo bha ben tenderly
= W a few traggling IaIre an his
t Up ftr t ree months to have his
Samy. "Oh. Charley. why don't you
$ ye aw mastsee growy"
Ie mreem we don't see our own
agdl is that our eyes are jut big
-e g ftor other pople's.-New York


Haifak Musc House,


Daytona, Florida.


Anti-Monopoly I rices:

Fine Pianos........... $160
High Grade ........... 25)


Slightly Used.........


morthl Ridgewood


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[low to sligg"t.


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'Xh FTEAIT CodOAS 'FPLOkIDA
18 PMADISE REGAINEW."


n' M FS M AT CWAT RAILWAlde


In Effect Aug. 28, 1902.
NORTNHOUN--IIREAD UP.


'00.


=- "Savannah Une".' -
5 AT AnpawINmAWDsL1UXUIOUs PAWBWgAnOUUTB TO .

New York. Boston and the East


BY LAND AND3SEA.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships.
Sailings from Savannah

THREE SHIPS EVERY WEEK
To New York. making closes c>-unn-titn.s %\ itl N#-w York-lh'ttm hip.ls or hSound
Mes. All tik-kt a gnts a misupili-ed with i,,intlily sailiiig .schalhies. Wi ite for
gumral information. sailing h-lKhlII|<. st;atd aa WALTER IIHAWKINS. Gn..ral An-it. 221 W.-t ItBay St.. .l-aksosiville. Flt.
P. E. LEFEVRK. Manager. T1'. II.IRLTONN. ;. I A 1'. A.
New Pier 3', N rlth Iiver. New York. N. Y. :1-1."-2
J. W. WIILKINSON. Agp.nt. Ilayti;ia. Fla.

I

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PhSIadelphlo 3eeton Atlant |
Ashevllle Chattaa@oga Leqievill |
CleSmMata St. Loes Kansas Cit
D.US Cl~fewlaad PItftburg
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RUPFRI IPAILLOU CARS ON TRAINS 85 AND M
UUZAZOR LENUS REUDULUS.
Use 3 ALU.@ s.7 IpAXINCDes44 m. ~e. "N. soeI em. 1es..
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fle M nSeal Ouems.e but their arrival or departure at th, times 'tWedo nos gwmawoed
Nmms. Compmosybald Itselif veepiouable, for any delay or sany sooamquoneq, rnba" *we.

hibsular mW Oocldeul Steamship Nou- atieme at Klaus.
W EAXA, 33Y WEST AND HAVANA.
inmvim NOm ~UNDP.


HIS LUCKY "F)


[Copyrlght. I1M. by the 8.. MBcClhe
Company.)
"Ting-aling-aling!"
Jerry pulled the strap savagely. A
bitter expression sat strangely on his
frank, open face.
The girl linked wonderingly at him
a. s she held out her hand for the trans-
fer. But hl'; se.wl only deepened.
She w::s lil.'11 M ry- -he Mary who
had dimailitoinit d hhua.
The girl's face i:iaade his grievance
fresh agntin. When lie went back to
the platform., he livid again through
the list night's quarrel. Till then they
had bIen so happy in plains for the fu-
ture as to lbe almost content with the
euforeed waiting. "We won't get mar-
ried tif we can set up housekLeping
right," Mary had saiil. and le had ac-
qulesc d.
Bust last night he Lad felt as If he
could wait no longer and bad proposed
a hasty marriage.
I won't marry In debt," said Mary.
Anid lshe broke down and cried.
Her tears touched him, still touched
him, but now, as then, pride put aside
the picture of the forlorn little figure.
She had refused to marry him, after all
their lighted stroll. The whole world
looked upside down to Jerry Lannigan.
Ile stopped the car mechanically as
he saw a wildly waving figure at the
next crossing. It proved a stout, over-
dressed woman, who flounced Into the
car and nearly annihilated the girl as
she jammed into a seat by her side.
Jerry stepped forward for her fare.
She kept him standing there for sev-
eral minutes while shie looked leisure-
ly through her shopping bag for the
change. Then when he was half way
up the ear she called himnI ack.
"See hlere. young man; what street
do I get off at for 176 Columbus?"
"I don't know. It's not on my line,"
he answered shortly as he backed off.
The stout woman became indignant,
and her voice followed hiim.
"Don't know? Why don't you know?
You are a nice sort of a jlerson for a
conductor? What do you suppose you
are here for?."


Poor Jerry was in no muod for ar-
gument. and with such an unreasona-
ble creature as a woman. lie knew
the futility of it. Hlis face flushed as
he said hotly. "To know my own busi-
ness firnd ljinlld it." -
The woman sank back with an ejac-
ulation. Wl'hen she lhad recovered her
breath. Jerry could hear her mutter-
ing atout insolencence' and "reporting."
Ile wisasli.asaied oif his answer before
It had fairly c'rosoid his lips. The girl
in hal heard hinma. But a cold chill check-
ed his words of apology as his eyes fell
upon a mani sitting farther down the
car. It was I spector Bulrke, and he
Wmas plultling a number down in his
I ibo.k. .Jerry knew what that probably
ineant a do'k for impertinence at the
end of the rmun. lie straightened up
proudly. It was his first offense, and
there h:ad been provocation. But they
could das as they pleased. What did
lihe care', What did anything matter
now tnt M:tary hadt gone hack on him?
Yet. as lie strode back to the plat-
Ifril. the girl's eyes seemed to look
pityinigly at limin, and somehow It did
lnat hurt so miuch. Mary would have
looked like that -beforte last night.
A mist singled to pass before his
eyes. lie hbruhslisa his land roughly
across t i i. When lie looked into the
car. t'e girl was standing tip. She
wanted' to get off at the next crossing.
lie stli'ped thie car ( and lielped her
careful (down the step. She looked
up at himin gra:tt'flly.
"Thank yonu" slie said. "DIon't wor-
ry tabot tlie Inspector. Perhaps I can
iput in a go4)d word for you."
I He looked down at liher n speechless
wonder. In his bewilderment he did
not notice that am cal had driven up to
Ste curb anI that Ihtwveen the cal) and
the citr a: deputy fire chief was racing
tlown 1ithe street ito a tire.
The girl a:w. but it was too late, for
the horse was almost upon her. Her
cry warned Jerry. Instinctively he
grasped the side rail (of the car and
le-anedl forward. Throwing his arm
about hlir. he exerted all his strength,
(lrrew hler to thie platform and fairly
lthre'w lher against thit gate on the oth-
e'r side. As his grasp relaxed the re-
coil swm 111i hin roaanid amnad iout, a part
iof hi'e loi-'. 'y caught int his side pocket,
and l i' w:1s clashed to the pavement,
biut l alhinda thie fly111g wheels.
'Wiinil lit a woke, it was in a corner
dr;ugstore, :nnd tlhe Insplctor and the
girl were leaning over himu.
Sle tried to sit up, but fell back diz-
zily from the pain in his right arm.
lie forgo st that lie wlias not alone. "I'm
Iout of ay Job sure now." lie groaned.
"My rilHnt 1arin must lie broken."
Tlein hie remembered and flushed
1 slir:inera ci'cdly as lie saw the look of
J pain oni tim girl's face. "It's all right,
z miss." hic said cheerfully. "It was all
imy filalit, becaut.se I ought to have seen.
I :a only glad that you are safe."
Th1e girl's eyes were shining with
te'rs "You are a brave fellow. .1 -
ni;ght hli\e been killed-we might have
both Ie'en killed." she murmured. "But
you saied n my lifted at lthe risk of your
owIn. sliall not forget. and father
won't "iit "er ."
WVhlen shie had gUile and lie and In-
spel'ctor Burke were in the hospital am- 1
~inlance. the latter explained: "You
won't tlose your job this time, for she 1
is tlie daughter of old Preston, our 2


Ipreident. She's a line girl too, eh,
LaIniig'aii?"'
But Jerry only thought how like she
was to another girl lie knew.
Nor did she forget. Jerry's arm was
still in a sling wli'en his dreams of a
home vere fulfilled. The girl learned
all about it during her afternoons at
the lhlsptill. and between them Mary's
colise-it was gaiinm,,. now that all fear
of the' instnillient man:111 had been re-
tuoo ed by the president's generous,
clitchh. MAiY WOOD.

%" il I: a I ill: Ia t Il 110a1a I s .TII.TI>N.
Tiik. I\,I )- lls i t at;ltei half anm


5
;)


Nine-

Tenths

of

aA the

People

Suffer

from a

Diseased'

Liver.
.


[SeMby Dr.J.M.Jmees.


ATLANTIC COASTLINE RAILROAD
The Great Through Car Line from Florida-C. nnections:
TO THE S The AtlanticCownt Line, via Cliarleston. Richmond
i l and Wanhington.

TOITT" A The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomnery.
TO THE"V es The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Mointgomery.


TO THE East


Via Savannah and Ocean Steainshnip company for
New York, Philadelphia anel IBmton.
Via Savannah and Mernhannts and Miners Transqior
station company for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and steanmre for New York, Baltimore
and Washington.


To Key West and Havana,'via Peninsular anda Occidental Steaminship Cotmipany.
To NovaNeotia. Cape BretoUn and Pri-nce Edwards Iland via P.wton and C'anada,
Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax. lHawkewinry and Charlottentomwn.
Summer Tourist Tickets
Will be on sale until Sept. 30. to the principal rem)rts throughout the country.
limited to return (kOt. 31. Write the undersigned, and state where you wish to
go, and proi wr information will be given.
Something New
Summer excursion rate to Wuahington. I). C'.. from Daytona $44.30, with 15 day
transit limit in each direction, tickets limuitetl to Oc-t. ;31, lII2. Inten-halngralOle
mileage ticket. good over 13,NMMI mile' of among tie princijial railways ill til
southern states, are on male by the principal agntlAt.
For complete information call on W. F. .I1 lilt, ticket agent. for address
FRANK C. ItOYIF STON, Colnnmercial Agent.
J. A. TAYLOR, Traveling IPasenger Age-nt.
18( West Bay St.. .lJacksonville. Florida.
T. M. EMRRO)N, H. M. EMER%4 IN, W..I.R('IAIG.
Trafflc Manager Assl. Tratlic Manager Ua'n. Pass. Agt.
WllinigioU. N.< '.





SEABOARD I


Air Line Railway.


CAPITAL CITY ROUTE


The Short<-st Rioute..


The BIest iLinte.


Ilonlile Ih atily Service, Intcludaing -Simialays ti)
SAV ANNAH, tCOLUMBIIA, (CA.NllEN. SOU THERlN lVI NES, RICIM(NI), 0
0 WtASHIINGTO'(N. BALTIMORkE. IllI LA DLKI~I IA anal NEW%'YOR1K:
0 wvithm TI! OVlIviI' UIAIA:iA SLEEPER'~S.It is th1 ha ltll. Line ()1wra~tifig 0
0 0
0ihxily Tharough PlullmanauaCar Se-rviav.latwem.;,]s llVlaantd \s e4 rlemman. 0
0 0
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oir fmrthmer nfomrmationn irite' t,4m
A. 4. I. Itc)NEI,.. Asset. Gen. l'P~ass. ~Ag-t. ,lJacksa ii'.illa'. ['Iarida


I haad been troubled year, off and oni. with .itaonstitilioni. Iil-
i)usiiMm and sick hewadaclie Nothing seeiia-l it) aI il, 1 ;1in iy .n-
O)i' (day a frifinil uskel nie lwhait the troiilhal w\aos. \\Whi I inal,
hinm he n'commendedinnl, RTI'.N 'IN S Tulmles. Tl';it ,\.i1imt I a,,t a:
s, x. and after tihe moiullnd l)or I lIwgr; 14to1 fe4'l a '1in h I ,li 11 af tihai t I
kept oil with theim. I lihave Ripans Tal'.ilms ;l\a\;i: iin the' liioa.
nf)w 11.nl tiarry It p:iikaulg, oif tliein inl imy ii.o ket.


Olnte' ives reli't.


At dlrirrgists.
The' l'ivep-'.lit pa4-ket is eniioalghi for :Iin ordinary iv a:aiosi
The l'aliilV l4)ttle'. 61140 4In its. 1o1it:6iii-S a
mpply for ait year.



Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.
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Ar..... ............ ......... Nashvillo...................................
Ar .... .. ...... ....................... .... ..... Lv
A r ............................... ...... S t. Ijo iiiiS ..................................... ,\r


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7

No. 4--IDixie Flyer--('arries Iullmanll l)rawing lioiuno Iuffti SIlcspinai, I('ar.If
.lanksonville tlo St. Louis aMnd .la'i-kMonville to .Chiicali.o withioit chali.n e. aiiking
Ilim't .onnmmtioii ;at Naiwhville within shc.lpiiig ia r fIr IaniivillI 'in-ilimati andal
('lhiiar;go. Stops at all A. V. & W. stations.
Throunghl coat'hem between .Iaaksonville and .M im.
('onail--61tiosIll made' at .la.ks1onvilhl with all liortllmiuInd t'ainl- oa' tlit Si.';,larl
Air L.ine, and Floridla East Coas t Rys.
E. II. BAlRNE S. len. Siip't. S. Ii I'll KI:TT. 4l;.n. 1'a. Aprt.


ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD


;i I ":...' '., ha i ,nal anll jtst beforn.i, v h % L 1 1 G .
^-"ii I aI. lsi a it ink of wattr, hot PPallmani sle' Sleeping C('ars friomt .hIaLksonville th St. lisas andl t Ch.i .
"a a 1. ;ai>t % > lie iS after each l.ea ving Jacksonvillh daily it N .p ni.. via the faimms
Inm'al. TIiak lota a of a autd,)r exerci-e- ___
walk. ride., Iv Make a regular habit i ie Flyer Route
>of thi li and illn imiiVy cases < hir. mic con-


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HERBINE.


Pur Juicesfrom NA" alRoots


n fItESthOmSmiuwIths,"s



Sw tukmed owi ~ssiu



3Palo0, tJO Cents..
PoImre-d by JAMUS F. BMALLR. SI.LeenK Me'.


NOTICE.
Do you use Whiskey for medicinal or other purpose? If so, ad ff
for price and dewriptive matter.
The Riverside DIsifling ..py, 5
Manufnctures of High Gride Old Fashionedn &
North Carolina Hnd Made Whiskey
Also Pwh and Apple Brandies.
Try our "Good noug h" oran Try our ix. e R
Whiskey at $1.10 per gallam. atSIRADpergaiiM-
We are situated in the heart of the mountain section, where the purest orf all
are nuade, and ran supply you with a rmaie of goois, the quality o which is IM
We have .suhrtor facilities for supplying our customonern with high grailde god
notice, and we positively guarantee every drop of whiskey that goes out of or W
We prominisprompt shipment, andii express rates that will Interest you. (Give u a |
We guarantee almolutu satisfaction Id every particular. Aug$IX-W lyr

Riverside Distilling Comipany
We refer you by permission to First National Bank, Statesville, N. C., K4yr
Statesville, N. '.. or Bradstreet's Directory.

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MALLORY

LINES P


Through tick.ta to New York, Philadelphi.
New Haven, New London, Stoningtoe,
Providence, Fall River, Iwston and
ALL NORTHERN POINTS
at. rates LOWER THAN VIA'. ANY OTIIER LINE. Three ateamun
trains every Thursday, leaving Jacksonville as follows:
Via t. Sea Islands........................ :10 a.min. (Metropolitan Limited.)
Via Plant Systenm ........................... :1:13 p. m.
Via Seaboardl Air Lint...................7:10. ip.m. (Fast Mail.)
liasseng'rs leave Daytona 3:29 am and
3":22 pim, making close connections.
For illustrated matter, diagrams, r-servations, tickets, etc., addrew'
GA \ II7 Cl rL7 A gnt 22~20 Wemt Bay Street,
AP* W A M akg Jackmsonville, Florida&
(Ge). I. i('lark, IAM-al Agent, I)aytona, Fln.


Special Low Rates
TO

Calfornia, Colorado, Utah, Oregon,

Washington, Montana "1 Nordswd


Western & Atlantic Railroad.


NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS

DIXIEE FLYER ROUTE" i

During September and October, 1902,
I"F r ,lt.- ript ive. mI tter. rates. cr.lselh .s. t., write to o)r cull on -
E. J.Walker, F. P.A.,
212 West l'iv St.. or A. V. A W. Ily. Ticke.t fflie, 201 W. Bay 1,t., Jacknoeaos
('. E. II.\IR.I N. (;.. I'Pass Ag.rent. II. F. SMITH. Traffic Man
.At1nt:, t;i ia. Nashlvilh.. Tenn. i


Tri-Weekly Sailings

JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. j
('allinir ait IC'hiales.ton, ,. 0(.. hiotI ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines
lire.-t Serv.e.I BIet seen
JACKSONVILLE. BOSToN AND PROVIDENCE,
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
('ailing at 'liarheston i oth a lt Wavs.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
Seuthbound ..... From Lewis' Wharf. B-i
Northbound ............. .. ........from foot Catherine street, Jack

CLYDE"S ST. JOHN'S RIVER IINKE.
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
STO iNl. T PI..I.lTKA..S T R. ST. FR.IN IS. BItEll:1..I1;1. (1).LB04


"'ITi II llemqK


IS AI''OINTE:lI TO SAI. AS FIOIA01)W. :
li'ave Foot ('atheli ine Si t..I lks. inville......Tiesda- s a anii tl Sai it ..'00 p.
ave anford............................................................I ii... inIty ail Thurs at l ,:)0

General Passenger and Ticket office,
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville. _
A\.<.IA ElTY. Eat'aa n Ii'hl-. A t.. h.M.l R l \iM (iE .It .... ...,.i I'ast. .AI
1, "' Stai eSt. New York. "244 W\est Iktv t .I.L I ksa,-ville,
T I 1 as1 i 1 i) I t% L I I L,..# t #,- t....... .. .


SouTIERN RAILWAY


MUI OF ThE CLRTED TRAINS:


The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washingtoan. Ri-hmond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida Xxpress


The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited



IPllman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky."
Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
emumetis with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through

Ak r TIk via See Railway. CarrMepsdemes Slefeltd.

H F. CAREY, Fa. PMa. Ag 10 V. Bay St., Jack k, Fla.


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